Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on August 31, 1960 · Page 8
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 8

Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, August 31, 1960
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fiAtttf NEWS AUGUSt Si, UN SSrd YEAft LET'S TRY IT AGAIN — Dr. Foster Elder 1 , Parnpa Country Club's 1960 champion, shakes hands with Max Mickey, right, as they discuss the coming Top 0' Texas golf tourney which gets under way Friday. Dr. Elder defeated Hickey in an extra hole affair earlier in the year for the club title. Both are expected entries for the annual event, (Daily News Photo) Eight Texans Miss Practice DELAFIELD, Wis. (UPl)-The Dallas Cowboys took to the practice field minus eight players Tuesday. Five of them were released-on waivers, two were out for medical examinations and one was called home because of the illness of his wife. Rookie halfback Don Perkins of the University of New Mexico and tackle Ray Fisher, acquired from the Pittsburgh Steelers, were sent back to Dallas for checkups. Placed on waivers were halfback Pete Johnson, a Chicago Bear player last year; and rookies Bernard Buzyniski of Holy Cross, Frank Clein of North Texas State, Jim O'Hara of Wayne Unixersity and Earl Randolph of Arizpna State, all linemen. Top 0' .Texas golf tournament chairman Malcolm Douglass is retting about entry in the annual event which gets under way Fri- American League W. L. Pet. GB ,602 .586 .571 •1V4 3V4 Ne\y York 74 49 Baltimore 75 53 Chicago 72 54 Washington 63 63 .500 12'/i Cleveland 60 64 .484 14'/i Detroit • 58 67 .464 17 Boston 55 70 .440 20 Kansas City 44 81 .352 31 Wednesday's Probable Pitchers Kansas City at New York (2)— Herbert (9-13) and Carver .(1-7) vs 'Stafford (1-0) and Terry (7-7). Detroit at Boston (night) — Bruce "(2-5) vs Delock (7-7). Cleveland at Baltimore (night) —Stigman (8-5) or Locke (1-4) vs Barber (9-4). Chicago at Washington (night) — Shaw (12-10) vs Lee (6-4). » Thursday's Games scheduled National League W. L. Pet. GB Pittsburgh Milwaukee St. JLouis Los< Angeles San! Francisco Cincinnati Chitago Philadelphia .611 .561 6>/ 2 .560 6 ..537 9'/ 2 .504 13'/ 2 .441 21Vi .407 25 .381 29 77 49 69 54 70 55 66 57 62 61 56 71 50 73 48 78 Wednesday's Probable Pitchers Milwaukee at Chicago (2 — Burdette (15-8) and Willey (5-7) vs Ellsworth (6-10) and Anderson (7-8). Pittsburgh at San Francisco— Mizell (9-7) vs O'Dell (7-9). Philadelphia at Los Angeles (night — Buzhardt (4-12) vs Williams (12-7). Pampa Golfers Slow Piling ToT Entries Sports Briefs ASSUMES NEW DUTIES NEW YORK (UPI)—Tony Zullo, 'reshman line coach since 1957, 'ormally takes over his new duties as offensive line coach at Columbia University Thursday when coach Aldo (Buff) Donelli >egins the Lions' spring football practice. Zullo, a native of Cam>ridge, Mass., played college ball at Tufts. NAME BOWLING ALL-STARS NEW YORK (UPI)-Don Carter of St. Louis, Billy Golembiewski of Detroit and Harry Smith of Florissant, Mo., have been unanimously selected on Official Bowling Review's 1960-61 all-pro team. Dick Weber of St. Louis and Ray Bluth of Warson Woods, Mo., complete the team. OPENS GRID CAMP PHILADELPHIA (UPI)-Temple's sophomore - studded football :eam leaves today for its .spring training camp in the Pocono Mountains where the Owls start work under coach George Makris Thursday. ENTER RACE FESTIVAL FLEMINGTON, N.J. (UPI)Lee York, Washington, D.C., Dan Daniels, Batavia, N.Y,, and Bill Brown, Denville, N.J., are among the latest group of crack speed merchants to enter the three-day auto racing festival beginning Saturday at the Flemington Fair. The show ends Labor Day. DOGS ENTER SHOW PURCHASE, N.Y. (UPI)-A entry list of 1,883 dogs has been compiled for the 43rd annual Westchester Kennel Club show to be held Sept. 11 at the Blind Brook Polo Club. Poodles lead the breeds with 105 entries. day at Pampa Country Club. "We can always depend on out- of-towners entering the tourney, but getting local golfers into the competition is another thing," he pointed out. " . A number of Pampans have filed entry. But, Douglass says, several of the better golfers around town haven't filed, 'Some of the fellows who haven't done so could easily win it, too," he said. At present the entry list, shows some 60-odd players. But tourney officials still believe 150 or more will be on hand at tee-off time Friday. At the club, Pro Hart Warren, said one of the area's better players has jpined the out of town influx that is sure to be in the meet. Jim Haren of Borger, recent winner of the Huber Open there, will participate. Warren said 'Gold Stampede' Seen For U. S, Track Stars fly LEO M. PETERSEN DPI Sports EtJitM ROME (UP1) - The super stars of. the United States Olym- jpic track and. field team swing 'into action today in what is ex- jpected to produce a cascade of gold medals for Uncle Sam. I Experts are predicting that the United States wit! win at least a dozen, gold medals in track, and field and head coach Larry Snyder of Ohio State riiakes ; nb secret that he thinks that could be a conservative estimate. It is considered certain that the United States will win at least one gold medal today and there are no fewer than eight up for grabs during Thursday's competition, A 1-2-3 sweep is predicted for America's shotputters. Sprinters Ray Norton of San Jose, Calif., and Dave Sirne of Durham, N.C., are beginning/their drives toward the gold medal in the 100-meter dash while Glenn Davis of Columbus, Ohio, begins his quest for the gold ' medal in the 400-meter hurdles. Despite Tuesday's gold medal victories by Bill Mulliken of Champaign, III*, In the men's 200- meter breaststroke and Carolyn Schuler of Irinda, Calif.,, in the 100-meter butterfly, the United States is running slightly behind the victories anticipated. And with 72 points, awarded on the basis of 10, five, four, three, two and one respectively for the first six places, the United States is tied with 'Germany behind Russia's Olympic-leading total of 98. But all that is due to be forgotten when Uncle Sam's strong men take over the center of the Olympic stage today. Putting the shot for the United States will be world champion Bill Nieder of San Francisco, Parry O'Brien of Los Angeles and Dallas Long of Phoenix, Ariz., the trio almost dead certain to share the first three medals, In addition, Snyder foresees victories in the following events: .' Dashes: Norton or Sime in the 100 meters and Norton the overwhelming pick in the 200 meters. Hurdles: Lee Calhoun, Gary, PHS Team Effort 'Terrible .., —aj..- .-L .-... .^.^.*A a - ITI ^ *j^*—frfflfrfr ...^^Hirnj- r Mrf-"ittfi fi- • --^.-r. *• 1 -"*"•••*• - J "-i"r J Tfnffri'r A r^ r 'i " '""""• Hard Drills Due Pampa High School's Harvesters looked just the way they figured to.look last night in their scrimmage against Dumas High's grid- terrible. That's the way Coach Dwaine Lyon saw it. But he said, "The boys couldn't appear otherwise, They've been practicing f&f three days. They're not working as a unit. They're just not prepared to give a g6od account of themselves, yet." Lyon pointed up the "yet" with, "We're going to run out the soreness 1 this morning and get down to brass tacks tonight." There were individual performances, though, that Lyon thought worthy of mention. He cited Roy Stephens for several excellent piTnts, saying this was a pleaSant surprise, since the coaches Weren't expecting such well executed boots at this early date. He also gave Roy Dyer a pat on the back for a couple of aerial snatches; named a half dozen boys for "hitting in there hard" when they were "in the right place at the right time, 1 ' and noted that Dttke Garfen looked very good on defense, The Harvesters' oferal) effort was what gave the Coaching staff "hang 'over" headaches when they looked back over the Dumas espi- sode this morning. They noted several things which they are certain must be cured before going Spahn Notches 17th Yankees, Pirates Win Haren is a consistent performer and "could be a tough one to defeat." Action will begin Friday with qualification rounds. This has been set as a "play when you can" day. But starting times, as seen by Douglass Tuesday, will be 8 a.m. Saturday, 8 a.m. Sunday, and 7:30 a.m. Monday. These are probable starting times and are subject to change, he pointed out, depending on final entry. Ind., in the 100-meter hurdles and Davis in the 400-meter hurdles. Broad Jump: Ralph Boston, who eclipsed Jesse Owen's 25-year old record, expected to prove too good for Henk Visser, a Dutch student at the University of California at Santa Barbara. Pole Vault: Don Bragg, Pennsville, N.J., may set Olympic record. High Jump: John Thomas, the world record holder, up there all by himself. By MILTON RICHMAN United Press International Maybe the Milwaukee Braves aren't going anywhere, but Warren Spahn is — straight into the Hall of Fame. Setting the St. Louis Cardinals down 10-0, on five, hits Tuesday night, Spahn .won his 17th game of- the season and turned in his 50th shutout along with the 284th Victory of his career. He now has won nine games and lost only one since the All-Star break and shows nary a sign of slipping. The Braves, who moved back into second place by one percentage point over the Cards but still trial the first-place Pirates by 6'/£ games, handed Ernie Brog-j lio his seventh defeat against 16 J victor+es. Pittsburgh defeated Los Angeles 5-2, San Francisco edged Philadelphia, 2-1, and Chicago topped Cincinnati, 5-4, in other NL games. The top three American League clubs all won to cause no change; there. New York nipped Kansas City, 3-2, to protect its \% game lead over second-place Baltimore, which beat Cleveland, 4-1, and third-place Chicago battled to a 10-inning 11-10 victory over Washington. Boston swept a twi-night doubleheader from Detroit, 5-4, in 15 innings and 3-2 in 10 innings. Back-to-back homers by Dick Groat and Roberto Clemente off loser Sandy Koufax in the fifth inning provided the Pirates with their margin of victory over the Dodgers. Bob Friend won his 14th game against 11 losses. Sam Jones struck out. 14 Phil- jl lies' batters and yielded seven hitsjj in out-duelling Robin Roberts and;J American Loop Sets Expansion NEW YORK (UPI)-Committed to expand to 10 tearns by 1062* the American' League begaft searching for their two new cities tbday with the New York Yankees still Insisting that 6ne of thert should be Los Angeles. winning his 15th game for the Gl ants. Ernie Batiks' 37th homer in the inning off Joe Nuxhall led the Cubs to their win over the Reds. Hector Lopez' .single with one out in the ninth inning broke a 2-2 tie for the Yankees against the A's. Rookie Chuck Estrada posted his 15th victory for the Orioles vvith a four-hitter over the Indians. into action Sept. 9 against 6 i I Spring: i-Team effort. This will come with more training, and should be aided by the scrimmage Saturday night at Harvester Stadium against Perry ton, 2-Pass defense. This was a glaring' weakness last night and it will come in for special attention. 3-Condition. The team "ran outj President Dan Topping of the Yankees has taken the stand thai the American League must be al> lowed into Los Angeles if the N4« tional League returns to New York. Both the American and National Leagues voted to expand to 16 teams at a joint meeting in Chicago, Aug. 2, and AL officials Tuesday voted unanimously to add their two clubs no later than the 1962 season. American League President Joe Cronin said his circuit would work in close cooperation with the National League and added, "I'm hoping everything can be amicably settled." There may be some hitch, however, as far as the Yankees art concerned. . , Topping and his partner, Del Webb, who is chairman of the AL realignment committee, have both said they would welcome a Na- Read the News Classified Ads DUKE GARREN .. . wont well of gas" at Dumas. This, the coaches say, will be erased by hard work prior to'Opening night. tional League club in New York. 4-Mistakes. These were expected. They have even offered to rent; Yankee Stadium to such a team, but both are opposed to the idea that the City of New York should build a new'stadium for an in- I coming team. . • ' However, Lyon pointed out that he noted a number that would prove costly in a game. These, he said, will receive much stress in reviews and training. We're having our annual TIRE FIGHT RESULTS By United Press International JUAREZ, Mexico — Eloy Sanchez, 122, Juanajiiata, Mexico, Si. Louis' at Cincinnati (night) knocked out Jose Becerra, 121, — Sadecki (7-7) vs Hook (10-14). ; Thursday's Games St. .Louis at Cincinnati (night) Milwaukee at Chicago Phija. at Los Angeles (night) Pittsburgh at San Francisco Guadalajara, Mexico (8) — Non- title. MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Allan Harmon, 160!4, Jamaica, knocked out Sal Fuentes, 157, Cuba, (4). \ i ;< l $460.00? Wh«n ,C. oHics n»«re»t you. 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