Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 7, 1963 · Page 9
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Pampa, Texas
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Friday, June 7, 1963
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Bill George Wins OC, Third At Fort Smith Bull Riding OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI)-Dean Oliver of Boise, Idaho took the opening night calf roping event in the third annual Jaycee International Rodeo in Oklahoma City with 8 time of 12.5. But Oliver, who has won five national titles in his specialty, v,ar, hard pressed by 01 in Young of Al'niqucrque, who tied his calf in 12.6. Marty Woods of Bowness, Alta. Canada, scored 175 points to take the saddle bronc event. Don Hud- dle.ston of Talihina, Okla., had by far the best time in the steer wrestling, 5.6 seconds. Rill George of Canadian, Tex., scored 171 points in the bull riding event to edge favorite Benny Rey- ber of Commerce reported Friday. Sewalt competed in two events, collecting $842 top money in calf i roping and $517 in a three-way tie | for first money in bull-dogging, MacArthur Trying To Clear Up Track THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS FRIDAY, JUNF, 7. 1%.t Guy Weeks of Abilene was run- j MinnesoU nerup to Sewalt with $1,148.50. He i Boslrm collected $746 for first place in ' j ns AnRC saddle bronc riding and $402.50 for I rj| eve | ant | third place in bareback riding. Detroit Total prize money was $14,- j Washington 19 35 .35714 197.80, one of the largest purses' NEW YORK (UPI) - The AAU-, USTFF. said in Houston that NCAA controversy sounded like presidential mediator MacArlhur's an oft-repeated record today, with > latest ciirective was "nothing new" American League | Gen. Douglas MacArthur reitcr- and that the five-star general had W. L. Pet. GB ating his stand that the Amateur previously "clarified the dual Baltimore 32 21 .604 . (Athletic Union has sole sanction-' sanction meets while he gave us .587 l'/ 2 ing power in open meets and! authority over our athletes in .583 I the USTFF continuing its demands i meets." , .531 4 i for approval of the other side of i Russell, with other USTFF offi-, 19 22 Kansas City 27 .11 26 23 26 24 23 24 26 29 20 26 21 28 .520 4'/i i the disc. .489 6 .473 7 .435 8'. .429 9 | rials in Houston for the Friday Thursday's 'Results MacArthur again attempted to nnc ' Saturday track meet, only; clear up any misunderstanding on asked that the AAU submit a for- i his March 12 communique with mal rr-qticst for USTFF athletes' a statement Thursday that "open ln appear in the AAU champion- meets are under the sole sane- : ships at St. Louis, June 21-22. tioning power of the Amateur! "The key issue." Russell said, , _ , . . , . * i IIVIKIIK L/VJ*YV_I ,11 II n; r\UlrtlCUI i -..~ ..„_. ..,.,«>,, .» u.jov. i, nciiv,, in the 30-year history of the show. Baltimore 4 New York 2, night I Athletjc Union Such mcets do no , ••;., (he AAU refusal to ask for Thf Results ! Washington 2 Boston 1. night Bareback Riding — 20 competing | (Only games scheduled) Paul Mayo, Grinnell, for $2,337: Iowa, $649; 2. Don Mayo, Denver, $467; 3. Weeks, $402.50. Calf Roping — 33 competing for nolds of Melrose, Mont. Reynolds ! $3,157; 1. Sewalt, $R42; 2. Leo scored 167. Bernis Johnson of Cleburne, Trx., and Don Mayo of Denver tied »t 168 for bareback bronc riding honors. * * * FORT SMITH, Ark. Snedecker, Chickasha, Okla., $684; 3. Bobbie Seals. Justin, Te-x., $578. Friday's Probable Pitchers (5-4). Chicago at Kansas City (night) — Pizarro (4-2) vs. Thies (0-1). New York at Detroit (night)— Saddle Bronr Riding — 16 torn-! Stafford (2-4) vs. Agtiirre (4-5). pctinjz for S2.23.S; 1. Weeks, $74fi; 2. V. A. Palmer, Clarksvillc. Tex., $429; 3. Marvin Holmes, Pickens, Okla., $261. (UPI) — j Bullclogging — 51 competing for Ronnie Sewalt of Chicago, Tex., i M.R77: '• Three-way tie, Nathan was top money winner with $1,359 ' Haley, Eufalu, Okla., Jim Painter, • I last week's Fort Smith rodeo, | McAlester, Okla.. Sewalt, $517; 2. the sponsoring Fort Smith Cham-i Two-way tie. Billy Taylor, Cho- McKinney, Tex.. Bales, McKinney, J733; Tex., Bill George, Canadian, Tex., $474. Softball League Charlie Vaughan hurled a three- hitter last night to lead the Pampa S.ars to a 15-1 decision over Panhandle Packing. Vaughan, with the best ERA mark in the Industrial Softball League, struck oul six and walked three. Raymond McKinney took the loss, striking out eight and walking none, but being reached for 15 hits. Vaughan led his own cause with three home runs, and Homer West also connected for a f o u r- bagger for the Stars. Pampa . Panhandle Winning pitcher-Charlie Vaughan.; bv vlolent thunderstorms. lean. Okla., and C. R. Boucher, j New York at .. Detroi( - ni S h( Burkburnett, Tex., $387; 3. Tom Nesmith. Rethel. Okla., $323. Brahma Bull Riding — 30 competing for $2,587: 1. Dickie Dox. 2. R. C. $71S; 3 Lema Rained Out Of First Round Lead require the sanction of the Na- approval." tional Collegiate Athk'tic Associ- MacArthur, moving to stop the j ation, the United States Track ' NCAA from allegedly boycotting Minnesota at Los Angeles anc | pj e | c | f. C( | t . rat j on or affiliated ! efforts to field the strongest U. (night) — Kaat (4-4) vs. Chance groups," ! S. team possible for the July William Russell, president of the mccl wlth Russia in Mnscnw . has asked the collegiate organization to "refrain from any action which inhibits the free participation of any athlete" in any AAU : track and field games. The general had supposedly ironed out the differences between ' the (wo amateur groups at a ,Ian-j tiary session when he asked them to present a solid front for the l%4 Olympic (James in Japan. c ,L i r /• i-r i ' !ul I' 1 *- 1 new flare-up was South San Francisco, Calif., 1 ^ reached the semifinals of the British Am».teur golf tournament today as defending champion Dick Davies of Pebble Beach. Calif., was eliminated, Updegraff, a 41-year-old urologist, eliminated Dick Sikes of Springdale. Ark., 2 and i, in an all-American quarterfinal match Luceti, a 26-year-old Army dentist stationed in Germany, defeated NEW YORK (UPI)-Ex-cham- Green of England. 2 and 1. p , on Emjle Gnfflthi the , ,, h man Davies, who won this tourna- to win the world welterweight ment last year, was eliminated crown twice, is favored at 13-10 by Michael Lunt of England, B m achieve a record-breaking British Walker Cup st-ar, 1 up. third title triumph Saturday night Cleveland at Washington (night)—Donovan (2-4) vs. Duckworth (2-2). Boston at Baltimore (night)— Monbouquette (6-4) vs. McCormick (1-2). Saturday's flames Minnesota at Los Angeles, night Chicago at Kansas City, night Two Yanks Reach British Semis i | ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (UPI) i |—Dr. Ed Updegraff of Tucson, i Ariz., and Dr. Ron Luceti of Francisco, Calif., CLASS B CHAMPS— Ricky Roach, Pat. Winclnm and Mike Simpson (left to rich!) display the trophies awarded them for winning thr (op throe spots in thr> Class B division (12 and 13) of the Pampa Country Club Junior Golf Tournament. Final round of action in Class A medal play got underway this morning. (Daily News Photo) Cleveland at Washington, night Boston at Baltimore, night j National League j W. L. Pet. GB San Francisco Chicago St. Louis Los Angcle? Cincinnati Pittsburgh Milwaukee Philadelphia Houston New York sanction NCAA. member schools shun ' championships, unless was granted by the , 31 31 31 29 26 26 24 24 22 20 23 23 23 23 25 26 27 28 32 34 .574 .574 .574 .558 .510 .500 .471 .462 .407 .370 ... ... 1 3V: 4 5'/i 6<A 9 11 Emile Picked To Win Again Champ Kayoed In Texas Golf DALLAS (UPI)— Dick Carson of Dallas eliminated defending champion Richard Yates 2 and 1 Thursday in the only major upset in the second round of the Texas Amateur Golf Tournament. Carson, a railroader, pulled ahead at the third hole with a birdie and never trailed. Yates evened the match at the 10th hole hut quickly fell behind by three holes. IS YOUR CAR An Oil Hog? Stop Its Appetite \vith Motor Formi.ila 9 HALL TIRE CO- Distributor 700 W. Foster MO Crush-Proof Collar Shirt Laundry Collar Points Lie Flat BoB Clements 1437 N. Hobari .MO Thursday's Res«lts GRAND BIANC Mich (UPI)— ' ^ n ' ca 8° 3 San Fran 2, 10 innings! The victories by Updegraff and in his tight with champion Luis nu. vnn u™lu „!,'„ .u „' u u- ; St ' Louis 5 Pnila 4> nignt Luceti kept alive United States .Rodriguez at Madison Square rou"h Luck Tony'' Lema ; Cincinnati 7 Pittsburgh 5, 1st twi hopes for an all-American final. Garden. The lanky ex-Marine from Cali- Cincinnati 10 Pitts. 5, 2nd, night' since both are in opposite halves i Rodriguez of Miami Beach, 26, f . , .. , i (Only games scheduled) of the draw. : wrested the title from Griffith on Thursday to tal-c anTaT'on! ' Friday ' S Pr ° bab ' e ^^ Updegraff met Lunt in the aft- * unanimous but controversial de- Thursday to take an early one-, St Louis al New York (mght) ! ernoPonS semifinals whi|e Luce( , cision last March 21 at Los An- ln Ine -Taylor (3-1) or Washburn (5-3) played John B lackwcll of Eng- geles. ,,c IO.L.C^ u_^ Und Blackwelli a retired schoo i. Griffith would make no kayo 023136 0-15 i 5stroUe lead over Df)n 0 0 0 0 0 0 1- I 3 Blllck Open but " "' a<! w 'P ed out vs. Jackson (4-5). Losing Kmnev. Cincinnati at Philadelphia pitcher - Raymond Me-; gamed the semifinals hv prediction against rugged Rodri- r_ i __ j .u / L r nmaici . Kanieii me semiunais ov ' -«•-••—• -{,-...-. . « eB -« .,„„.. So Lena and he res, of the • {nigho _ QToole (9-3) vs. Me- defeating vounp David Moffat of gucz who never was stopped m '.ir",' 1 . eU L:'"_ ,?: ,."' ™! Li ?!\< 5 - 2 >- . .. . . 'England, 2 J ,. his 53 fights, only two of which again today in this 72-hole tourna- M j | w a u k e e al Pittsburgh The Cabot Clowns edged t h e • menl for P ri/es 'Baling $52,000. , (night) - Shaw (2-3) vs. McBean \ Miami Cowboys at Miami, 2-1, in j Ton >' saw lhe postponement as a (5-1). San Francisco «t Houston Los Angeles at Chicago—Drysdale (6-6) vs. Koonce (1-2) or Toth (1-2). Saturday'i Games St. Louis at New York Cincinnati at Philadelphia the other league game last night. | sunn . v omen. Scotty Daugherty and Ray "' won lllc Memphis Open after (night) — Bolin (2-0) vs. Notte- Howard were hooked up in a pitch- ''had been postponed twice by ' bart (5-3). ers'duel, tied at 1-1, when Norman j ra ' n -" 'he 'all Californian mur- Sublett homered in the bottom of; mureci fl s he masked his disap- the sixth for the deciding run. ' pointment. Miami put the tying run on base ! Forty-eight players did not get in the seventh, but Howard bore a chance to finish their round be- down to shut them out. The Clowns cause of nature's eruptions. bad several other scoring threats,! Among those who did get in 18 i Milwaukee at Pittsburgh " but Miami stopped them f r o m ' holes, Chi Chi Rodriguez, the tiny 1 Los Angeles at Chicago scoring each time. ] Puerto Rican who holed out a six- , $ an Fran at Houston, night Howard hurled his best game of iron shot on the 507-yard 1,'Hh hole : the season, striking out 10 and j for a rare double eagle, shot a walking only one. Ray scattered two -under- par 70. This was ' four hits, including doubles by, matched by former PGA cham-i WASHINGTON (UPI) —Mickev Daugherty and Dwayne W e III s. | pion Dow Finsterwald, of Teques-, Vemon officjal , , ' ! Daugherty allowed five „,.,!,. Fl... Dan Sikes of Jackson- with the Washington Senators to-' struck out seven, walked three and; v.lle, Fla. and Jerry Pittman of ! d . v »,„ ...t n . K . 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