Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on April 29, 1937 · Page 6
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 6

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, April 29, 1937
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OF PAMPA CLUB WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT HUBER GAME O' >"« •"• ' '• I"- ^4 "—— : .,-.-.---.->- --ifflfW • .- n T-ff.-n-T.flj.-.,,,- . „; . ,• •• •,,-, - • ^ii_ i____^_^. • • • • . -• - -i - '— BklCKELL WILL HAVE FULL LINEUP READY Opening ceremonies tomorrow Jilght when the 1937 baseball sea- ton is officially ushered in will be short, and snappy, but interesting. *hc name of the learn will be re- veflJed foe the first time. The wlttners ol the contest to name the teaJBt will be decided. The players will bo In their new uniforms. Mayor W. A. Bratton will throw the first bait All that will happen immediately after 8 o'clock at Road Runner park Wlhere the Huber Blackfaces of Borger will meet Patnpa's new ball drab. Admission will be 40 cents to all. There will be no more bargain trices for women fans. Teams vlsit- iflfrhefe say they have one price of admission and that they should play aWay from home with admission the tome as in their own enclosure. Huber will field several players from last season including Cecil fiash, second base; Spencer, shortstop; Peewee Simpson, third base; Warren, centerfield; Polvogt, catcher; Chody, ' Carithers and Young, pitchers. A newcomer of interest will be Cage Keaton, first baseman. Manager Fred Brickell will have a full line-up, with the exception of Sammy Baugh, ready to throw against the visitors. He will have Cox, Summers, Season and McLarry in the infield, with Season at short and McLarry on third. Brickell, McNabb and Scaling will patrol the outfield. Lisle will be behind the plate. It is expected that Manager Brickell will send Goodell, 'his new lefthander, to the mound against the Borger boys who mostly stand on the left side of the plate. Borger is also doped to use Carithers, a left-hander. Huber opened the 1936 season by trouncing the local nine and they remember and will be battling tomorrow night. CAMP QUESTION SOLVED CHICAGO, April 29 (#>) — The training camp question had been solved at last for heavyweight champion James J. Braddock today, and was virtually decided for Joe Louis. Braddock, still waiting to hear for certain whether he will defend his title against Louis in Chicago June 22, or against Max Schmeling in New York June 3, will start serious training early next week at Grand Beach, Mich., 65 miles from Chicago, in a $3,000,000 vacation layout. Louis probably will do his work at Lake Geneva, Wis., 75 miles northwest ol Chicago. AVOID SUMMER REPAIR BILLS! Hot days are near and your car needs to be put in shape for summer driving. Failure to check your car now may mean costly repair bills later. Change Grease in Differential and Transmission Now! Warmer weather requires a heavier grease to properly protect the wearing parts of these vital parts. Change to Summer Oil! Let us drain the old oil from your crank case and replace with new, fresh oil suitable for summer driving. Wash and Lubricate! Our DeLuxe Wash job and Chek-Chart Lubrication will complete the job of making your car look good, ride easy, and run good. Free Oil Bath Air Cleaner Oil chance with this job. Your car will need a vacuum clean job after the dust storms. This is FREE with each Spring change-over. 222 North Somerville St. Phone 806 BY SID FEDER, Things "ain't what they used to be" at Wrigley field. The Chicago Cubs' pitching staff, once the pride and envy of the big leagues, has been reduced to a bunch of guys named Joe. " Tex Carlton, the top right-hander, chipped an elbow bone in spring training. Then Curt Davis developed a sore arm. But the bottom dropped out ftrf Manager Charley Grimm and his pennant hopes yesterday when Larry French, the only southpaw of class, made a stab at a liher from the bat of Eernie Lombardl and fractured three fingers on his glove hand. Not only did the Cubs drop a 10-3 decision to the RoughhoUse Reds from Cincinnati, but French took a hospital bed alongside Carlton and Davis, and may be laid up for two months. This trio won 45 games last year. Of the hurlers still on tap, Bill Lee has shown little or nothing; Roy Parmclee is anything but a manager's dream; Charley Root has seen better days and the others are unproven youngsters. All of which adds up to a terrific black eye for the Cubs' pennant chances, although it's much too early to be eliminating them. The New York Giants, yesterday dropped a 3-2 tilt to ,Van Lingle Mungo's three-hit pitch'ing for the Brooklyn Dodgers. , But anything can happen in baseball. The Detroit Tigers had a couple of tough pitching breaks when their top two tossers, Schoolboy Rowe and Tommy Bridges, were sidelined with ailments. Two others, Roxie Lawson and Elden Auker, came through with some unlocked for skill and Detroit is in second place in the American league. Lawson made it two ,111 a row yesterday with an 11-5 victory over the St. Louis Browns, aided by some timely belting by Gerry Walker. The win didn't cut the New York Yankees' first place edge, how.eyer, since Lefty Gomez treated himself to a five-hitter, and the world champions clouted the Senators 6-1 in a game that sent Cecil Travis of the Nats to the bench for two weeks with a torn ligament. Earl Averill banged in five runs, including a homer with the bases loaded, as the Cleveland Indians walloped the Chicago White Sox, 7-2, with Mel Harder hitting top form with a five-hit pitching job. In the only other game on the big league front, the Phillies clubbed Danny McFayden to the showers and topped the Boston Bees, 7-4. The Athletics and Red Sox were rained out in Boston. BAYLOR ROUTS SMU WACO, April 29 (fP) — Baylor strengthened its southwest conference baseball pretensions yesterday with a second straight victory over the Southern Methodist club, 7 to 3. The game was more of a pitcher's tussle than the 17-6 contest Tuesday, Duecy shading Billy Dewell of Southern Methodist xmtil the latter weakened in the seventh. Bay- Jor got 10 hits to S.-H. U.'s five. I F YOU haven't been buying Goodyear Tires because you thought you couldn't . afford the best, here's something that will surprise you: The cheapest thing on your car isthe best tires you can buy. Operating records of large fleet owners show that gasoline actually costs 5 times as much per mile as a full set of Goodyears—other routine expense 2 to 4 times as much! , But more important than economy is the greater security Goodyears give you, The greater grip of center traction/ The quicker-stopping All' Weather type tread with its life-saving margin of safety! The greater blowout protection of patented Subertivist Cord in every ply! A Goodyear in every price c/ass Goodyear offers you these time-proved features in tires of several different price classes—each the top quality tire for the money. The price difference is just a matter of'how much mileage you want to buy. So why'gamble on unknown tires when Goodyears—the world's first-choice—cost less than anything else on your car? CLEAN UP! DRESS UP YOUR CAR! The name GOODYEAR assures you Quality and Value In these products: AUTO POLISH RADIATOR HOSE TOP DRESSING POLISHING CLOTHS TOUCH-UP ENAMEL UNDER-FENDER ENAMEL RUNNING BOARD MATS FLOOR MATS FAN BELTS SPARK PLUGS -and many other accessories > . There's a Goodyear Battery nowl Look for this sign WHERE TO BUY If a nearby Goodyear dealer or Goodyear Service Store is not listed, look in Classified TelephoneDirectoryunder"Goodyear Tires" GUHN-HINERMAN TIRE COMPANY \PJww333 ' Ptngpfr 501 -W. SHAMROCK r- Pixie Service — BwttWs TJre Store CANADIAN— Consumer's Fuel Station Go, NATIONAL LEAGUE Results Yesterday Brooklyn 3; .New York 2. Boston 4; Philadelphia 7. .Cincinnati iO; Chicago 3. , Plttsburgh-St. Louis, pp, rain. • ',. .Standings Today CLUB— W. L. Pet. $1. Louis 5 1 .833 Pittsburgh 4 1 .800 Philadelphia 4 2 .666 New York 3 2 .600 Brooklyn 3 3 .500 Boston 2 5 .285 Cincinnati 1 4 .200 Chicago .1 5 .166 Schedule foday Brooklyn at New York. Chicago at Pittsburgh. Cincinnati at St, Louis. Boston at Philadelphia. AMERICAN LEAGUE Results Yesterday New York 6; Washington 1. St. Louis 5; Detroit li. Chicago 2; Cleveland 7. Philadelphia-Boston, pp, rain. Standings Today CLUB— W. L. Pet. New York 4 1 .800 Detroit 3 1 .750 Philadelphia 3 2 .GOO Cleveland 3 2 .600 Boston 2 2 .500 Chicago 2 3 .400 St. Louis 2 4 .334 Washington 1 5 .166 Schedule Today New York at Washington. Detroit at Cleveland. St. Louis at Chicago. Philadelphia at Boston. TEXAS LEAGUE Results Sunday Pallas 8; Beaumont 5. Tulsa at Galveston,. pp, fog. Fort Worth 4; San Antonio 6. Oklahoma City 7, Houston 3. The Standing CLUB— . W. L. Pet Beaumont '. 10 4 .714 pklahrrioa City 9 6 .600 San Antonio 8 6 .571 Fort' Worth 7 7 .500 Tulsa 7 7 .500 Houston 6 8 .429 Dallas 6 8 .429 Galveston 4 9 .307 Today's Schedule Dallas at San Antonio, night. Fort Worth at Beaumont, clay. Oklahoma City at Galveston, night. Tulsa at Houston, night. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 6; Toledo 0. Minneapolis 12; Milwaukee 2. Indianapolis D. Columbus 6. St. Paul 8; Kansas City. 1. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Little Bock, 2, Chattanooga 0. Memphis 13; Atlanta 3. Nashville 1, Birmingham 5. One night game. .a. Japs Hope to Beat America This Year In Davis Cup Play SAN FRANCISCO, April 29 (/P)— Three nimple Japanese start off here tomorrow to try to accomplish what no countrymen have done before—beat the United States in Davis cup competition. To Jiro Yamagishi, Hideo Nlshi- mura and Mumiteru Nakano will fall the task, psychologically herculean because of lack of precedent but strictly possible under the axiom "There's always a. first time," Their'assignment Is to defeat an American squad composed of the nation's first and second ranking players, J. Donald Budge and Frankie Parker, respectively, and the Budge Gene Mako combination which holds this country's doubles crown. (HyTho AsBocinted Preen.! WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY: Okla. City at Galveston (night). Fort Worth at Beaumont. Tulsa at Houston (night). Dallas at San Antonio (night). The fledgling Texas league season hasn't proved of much help so far to the experts who want a line on whom to watch In the pennant drive. Even the fast-stepping young Beaumont club wasn't too far out U\ front to put it in a class with at least five other league teams who have shown they are fairly 'well matched. As they stacked up today Oklahoma City was treading close on Beaumont's heels and locked in a three-way third-place tie were Dallas, San Antonio and Fort Worth. The last three have come out even 'in the first 14 games. In the shaking-down process which continued last night Dallas reversed tin; tobies in thumping Beaumont 8 to 5, greatly assisted by a six-run rally in the second Inning. Bob Harris was the pitching victim of his barrage. Beaumont wont the previous game, San Antonio likewise jumped back into the thick of things with a 6-4 victory over Fort Worth. It was a nineth-lnnlng win, Gryska, Mission shortstop, stepping into the hero's role with a homer that brought in two runs. Oklahoma City Inched closer to the losing Beaumontcrs in again stopping Houston, 7 to 3. Tulsa and Galveston called their game off in deference to heavy fog. GOLF HO FORT WORTH, April 29 W 3 )— -In an afterpiece of the state open golf tournament, captured by an amateur, Levi Lynch of Dallas and Jimmy Demaret of Houston meet today to play off a tie for the Texas Professional Golf association championship. They agreed to split first and second place money yesterday after coming in a stroke behind young Harry Todd of Dallas, who shot 286 for the 72-hole test. Todd, former state amateur champion, coupled sensational rounds of 70-70 to slip ahead of a field which juggled the lead back and fourth all day. Reynolds Smith, Dallas Walker cup star, fired the best round of the tournament with a 08, two under par, but blew up on the last try with a 77, which put him a 291 tie with Don Schumacher, Dallas amateur, behind Lynch and Demaret. BALTIMORE, April 29 Its stables jammed with more than 1.000 horse? and Its daily program glittering with stake races topped by the $50,000 Preakness, Pimlico opened its gate to rare track fans today to launch the old hilltop's 10-day spring meeting. The Preakness will climax the meeting on May 15. The $10 ; 000 added Dixie handicap is carded for May 8, while a double feature—the $5,000 Baltimore spring handicap and the $2,500 Pimlico nursery stakes, will be run Saturday. titamim THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1037. SEVEN BY W. T. RIVES. TEXARKANA, Ark., April 29 Wilt was still Betty Jameson nncl Mrs. Prank Goldthwaite against the field today as the Texas Women's Golf tournament moved into the quarterfinals, but Mrs. E. R. Hury of San Antonio was ready to dispute that. Mrs. Hury eliminated Mrs. H. A. Peterson of Dallas, yesterday 4 and 2 juggling three bad-luck holes. 13 pars, a birdie and bogie to come up with a round of 33. Mrs. Hury teed off today wil.h Mir,. E. H. Woh'.fnhrt. Dallas ace of municipal links. Miss Jameson, six-year veteran, despite her 17 years of age, met the sternest opposition since she began defense of her title here over the Texarkana Country club course, where par is 73 and seldom threatened. Mrs. Ralph Randolph, Dallas, who defeated Betty at the same stage of the state tournament in DSllas three years ago, 4 and 3. hod that chance again today. Mrs. Goldlhwaite met Miss Kalh- ryn Pearson who won her match against Mrs. Ike Handy, fellow Houslonian, yesterday as she sunk a 15-foot putt for a birdie four on the eighteenth green. The other quarter-final matched Mrs. R. E. Winger of Fort Worth and Mrs. J. S. Tate of San Antonio. Miss Jameson smothered Mrs. Jake Hamon of Dallas. 6 and 5, yesterday as Mr.-,. Goldthwaite elimi- natde Helen Warren of Dallas 5 and 3. MIT,. Tate dropped from the chase Mrs. F. E. Pharr. Texarkana. 3 and 2. Mrs. Winger defeated Mrs. C. F. McCaulliff. Dallas, 3 and 1. Another dark horse to fall was Mrs. S. G. Hopkins, also of Texarkana. Mrs. Randolph defeated her 5 and 4. Mrs. WohUahrt defeated Mrs. W. T. Stafford of Dallas 8 and 6. FORT WORTH. April 29 (IP) — Sophomore biology, psychology and ology" teammates are the toughest eleven the Texas Christian Horned Frogs must meet in 1937. And the big battle is being waged this spring —not next fall. "If everybody makes those grades." Coach Leo (Dutch i Meyer says, grimly, "we'll have a good team. But it's no secret some of the boys are groggy in the book battle. Two of thorn—and they would be the best linemen on the squad—are in danger. It's up to them. If they lick the 'ologics' we should have a good season. If they don't—" Frankly, Texas Christian had the best spring training in the hostory of the school, coaches say. A squad of BO promising candidates, the largest ever, worked for a solid month. The drills closed on two vicious scrimmages that left broad grins on the weather beaten countenr.nces of Coaches Meyer, Mike Brumbulow and Howard Grubbs. Back are 16 veterans. None of them are ends, however, and the terminal posts are the only question marks. Veteran tackles include I. B. Hale, the 230-pounder, Allie White, Russell Hcnsch and Forrest Kline. The guard posts are safe with co- captains Bull Rogers and Mason Mayne and letterman George Dunlap. There's no worry at center with Ki Aldrich and Jack Tittle back. Backfield veterans are aplenty. Little Davey O'Brien, slated to replace Sammy Bauah, had a better passing record than the great Slin- Ker last year. Johnny Hall and Ward Wilkinson are the wings Coach Meyer believes will be the best in history and Lacy McClanahr.n. a letterman who was out last year, will fullback, In other words, with the exception of the ends, the Fro'ggies can again put a team of experienced lettermen on the field—if they make their grades. The line will average over 200 pounds and th backfinld will boast more power than in 1937. But Sammy Baugh the Slimier, won't be back. i (Ily The AsRorintx'd I'rnss.) j Van Mungo, Dodgers: Held New | York Giants to three hits for 3-2 win. Earl Avsrill and Mel Harder, Indians: Former drove in five runs, 1 including homer with bases loaded. Harder pitched five-hit ball to down White Sox, 7-2, Gerry Walker, Tigers: Hit homel- and two singles in 11-5 victory Over Browns. Phil Weinfraub. Reds: His homer and single drove in three runs to. 10-3 conquest of Cubs. Lefty Gomez, Yankees: his five- hit pitching beat Senators 8-1. Earle Browne, Phillies: Hit four- out-of-five in 7-4 win over Bees. ARROW HITT has a WRINKLE-PROOF COLLAR • Our Arrow Hitts all have the famous Aroset collar ... the collar that will always stay smooth and wrinkle-free without the aid of starch. And Hitt is cut in the Mitoga form - fit design. Sanforized- Shrunk, too ... a new shirt flee if one shrinks. 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