Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 11, 1959 · Page 5
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Big Cage Double header Set Here Tonite Oilers Play West Texas; Wayland Meets Clarendon CLARENDON COMETS — The Clarendon Cornels will be underdogs tonight in their 7 p.m. game against the Wayland College Flying Queens, but they're not expect- to roil over and play dead. The Comets are, front row from left, Sharon Holt, Janice Martin, Nancy Chalenor. second row, Jean Sanders, Janice Brotherfon, Myrlene Nichols; third row, Melva Kelton, Traverne Giilham, Gaylvoy, and Virginia Sellers. WKST TBXAS I 1JFFS - nl Harvester Held House - ref ' nt 51st Year WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1], 1959 Bout Set Tonight By KD FITK United Pre.si Inti-rnnHonal HOUSTON, Tex. ••fUW)- Cocky Johnny Blisso "spurred on liy nn earlier overweight tHunrph, gets !his.chance tonight to do what five I other challengers Imve failed to '"*' thp Wtwci awny from Joe .The CITY 1,KA(.TE Team McCathern & King Your Laundry Pampa Warehouse Cabot Office C&M TV Center Tex Evans Duenkcl-Cn rmichael Parkway Bar. Shp. Boh Hudson Ins. KPDN Malcolm Hlnkle Inc. n Thompson Fence Northern Natural Hate Valve Shop Kcnipa Humble Ser. Utility Oil Co. TV. Appliance Ctr. Rock Specially Miami Lumber Cabot Shops High Team Series: Cabot 2698 High Team Game; Tex Btilck, 98ft High Individual Series: Riddle, 6-13 High Individual Game: Riddle, 214 \v 4 3 4 4 3 2 4 \ 0 0 n i 0 4 4 0 2 2 2 n L 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 3 4 4 4 3 4 0 0 4 2 2 2 4 Cabot W 27 20 19 .10 18 IS \ft 15 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 9 9 8 7 5 L 1 8 9 9 10 12 13 13 11 IS IS 15 16 16 16 19 19 20 17 19 Office, Evans Buck Buck PETKOLKUM IMU'STKIAL W L 2 2 15 2 2 14 S 1 w r, 5 8 7 8 13 0 12 3 1 10 10 1 3 9 11 0 Team B it B Solvent C. R. Hoover V. E. Wagner Cabot Franks No, 2 Celanese Cabot Franks No. 3 Beacon Supply C. A. Huated J. M. Johnson Drlg. Cabot Franks No. 1 _ _ . High team game: Cabot Franks No. 1, 783 High team series: B & B Solvent, ?209 High individual game: Lll Hawkins, (.'. H. Hoover, 195 High individual s«riea: Dorothy Davis, C, A. llusted, 513 BUKSO v. hipped I months ago in Miami Beach, Fla., ;whe.n tin; champ wa.s more limn five pounds over the 135 pound : limit, but the ocidiimnki-rs arc uniiiiimou.s in their opinion that the brush young New Yorker can't do it again when the chips : Hi-e high. Brown, who won the title in August. IfiflB. from Wallace iBudi Smith and defended it successfully ngdlnst Smith in a rematch and agnlnst Orlando £uh,ictH, Joey ls>- prc«, Flalph Dups and Kenny Line, \vnH anywhere from a 7-5 lo 13-5 choice depending upon, where you bet. j The .short pricod odds were here nn the. battleground where s.nno or more fans are exported lo shell out some jnn.fifio to see the bout which will he televised nationally f,\BC 10 p.m. e.s.t.i hut hlacked out within a 150-mile radius of Houston. The dapper little Busso whose swaggering optimism hem-s the trademark of Ne-,v York's East Side tenement section where, he gre vv up, has m;ide a very favorable impression on local observers and the odds were 3-1 that he'd go the route with the champ even if he loses. It will be Busso's first title opportunity. The West Texas Buffaloes will meet the Phillip., 66 Oiler, tonight In the feature attraction of a double! earl.T Thr ['T ¥'' KC J"' Blalr ' Hu< * ""men. Max Milk T , Mii. Harvester Field House. At 7 p.m. the Wayland College Flying Queens and the Clarendon Junior College Comets, two of the collide in the, first half of tonight's doiibleheader. Following the contest will be a °-nme between the Phillips 6fi Oil- ers and the West Texas State College Buffaloes. The Oilers, one of the top men's amateur team's in the country, are a perennial contender for the national AAU ti- I tie. The Buffs are a hot-and-cold 4»~r college team with plenty of height, -- „ who are capable, of beating any• one when they're feeling right. The Oilers have won or shared -.^^ the championship of the, rugged ^""•^ National Industrial Basketball ^^ League for 10 consecutive years, ^**4 though they probably won't repeat this year because of their comparative lack of height. Oilers Are "Short" «*»««. is 6-6. He is a former captain. Haldorson, a former Colorado star, holds all the Oiler i scoring records, and most of those ;ln the NIBL. He is 6-8. | The rest of the Phillips lineup will be picked from 8-5 Jim Spiv- ,ey. 5-10 Gary Thompson, 6-3 Arnold Short, 5-11 Bobby Plump, 6-4 Red Murrell, 6-2 Tom Fuller, 6-1 Billy Evans, 6-0 Dallas Dobbs, and .6-5 Bill Darragh. ! Of these players, five are former collegiate or AAU all-Ameri!cans. They are Haldorson. Spivey, Short, Thompson, and Murrell. ! Three Area Men , Thuce Pampa area players are starters or first-line reserves for the Buffaloes. They are Max Miller. R-o. of Borger: Jim Fan-en, 6-5, of McLean, and Jim Reid, 6-6,' of Palo Duro. ( Miller, an all-stater for Borger,, •' ^s a sharp-shooting guard. He has i scored 160 points, and is hitting the .played. He is the only senior oft ! the squad. i Other starters will be Milt Pitts, i 8-5 center from Tahoka, and elthgf Keith Blair, 6-0, Clovis, N.M., (it _Huey Bartlett. 6-1, Levelland. The Buffs have a 3-12 mark In Border Conference competition but in their last game they defeat* .eel fourth-place Hardin-Simmons, i which has starters 6-7 and 6-8. In an early season game, they edged league-leader and defenrl'ng cham« 'pion Arizona state, 103-98. i Top Women's Game ! The Flying Queens, the most famous women's team in the nation, at one time had a winning streak of more than 100 games. They are still rated among t hi « top three women's teams In the country. The Queens were defeated last year in the semi-finals of the women's AAU tournament by the eventual national champion, Nashville College. This year, . (Shag) Burdie Haldorson, have the on the tallest Buffs. I for the Buffs. JOK TI.MMS ... lii^h point man * * * Shockers In 19th Victory AMARILLO -- Coach Terry Culley cleared his bench here Tuesday night as his Shockers won an easy f>8-il victory over the Tn.s- co«;i Bidders. This was (he 19th win f»f the season for the Shockers, aguinst three losses. Three Shockers hit in double figures - Hershel Terrell with IS, Pat Carter with 13, and Allen Wiae with 10. (58) 4 3 1 1 3 1 3 9 11 8 12 7 13 17 Basketball Roundup RORC.KR - Anmrillo's Studies took over undisputed .se--on,J pla f in District 3-t.-\ JK-IV Tuos.lay by walloping Borger, 51-36. The ?.ui- dle s are nmv 8-3, while Borger Is 7-4 and Plalnview ia 7-3. This was the first Sandie victory over the Bulldogs since 1D55. The New* ('laMUJed AcK. MARTIN.TURNiR Fire, Auto, Comprehensive Liability and Bonds. JOIN. Frost — Ph. 4-8128 Pictures Framed Ail St)U'» of Moldlug Sherwin-Wiliigms Paint Co. 110 B. Cujkr MO 6 Wit i PANHANDLE - The Panhandle i Panthers nipped the Mclx?an Ti- igers, S2-48, in a District 2-A game here Tuesday night. Hurley Hager tallied 17 points for the Panthers, and Murrill Hill also sank 17 for the Tigers. WHKELKR Thp Miami War- riou came (nun behind her..- Tu.-.s- ilay to edga Kelton. 8057, for the round-robin championship of District 11 B. Mijmi can claim the! overall championship by winning 1 UK- district tournament this v,v,-k- end. KHtun led .-i! iht> fj>.,t quarti-i in th,' p|:iy,-)tf gain.'. 17 H. Miinii . ut Hi.- margin t.i 27-2* at halffm-. then luiii'ij aliffiil 43-,'ja at the • •Mil of Hie third quarter. Kelton led by «s much as IJ points at time-j during the first half. : Larry Anderson scored IS point* to lead Miami, and Donald Ray Smith bucketed 19 for Kelton. Shockers Neslage 'Strouci Wus*- ;C'iiter I TIM i ell W:-vi ner Wilburn Mctluiie Rii IcinUon <,' rci'ii Curry TiitaN Haiders (II) Lav, rence .Win burn I Randall Walker McCrary Groves Osbjrne Lowe Remke jCibbs jPeak IK o 3 3 6 5 0 J 0 1 1 0 n 0-2 .1-4 4-6 1-1 «-r» 1-2 o-o o-o o o I-. 1 ? 0-2 tj> 0 n 10 n n 1 «• Timms Paces Harvesfers lo 70-38 Win Dally News Sports Ktlltor j AMARIfJ/J -- Pampa's H a r-' vesters clinched at least a tie for for District 3 . 4A championship hero Tuesday night by romping over the Tascosa Rebels. 70-3R Tlie Harvesters now lead the district by three games, with only three games remaining on the schedule. They can wrap up the title Friday with a win over Palo Duro in Amarillo. ^Tuesday's triumph. Pampa's 37lh in a row and their 21th' straight this year, was accomplished using Die starters for only a little more than two quarters. The reserves went in with 4:14 left in the third period, and the' score 45-16 In fnvor of Pampa' 1 .They outscored Tascosa the rest of the way, 2,1-22. Joe Timms. in one of the hottest, scoring streaks of the venr •(for either a starter or n reserve) | plunked in 14 of the 25 points ncor- ,et\ by tho reserves, to become ,hlKh point man of the game. and a half minute* on the floor ' While the starters were in, they diil about ns they plensed with the. Rebels. The Harvesters led 17-3 at; the cn<l of the first quarter and 37-1 12 at half. The Rebels scored only i four field goals during the first! half. j Charles Minor, gaining greater use of his right arm. dunked 10' points for the Harvesters in «he. first half. A'.I but one of his bu.-k- ets v. ,-n ngh!-handed Ma.'k l.avi'ft talli.Ti 9 points in the first half. Hob Oindort eight, Co vie W inborn six. nn.l Craig \V;n- tv>rn fnur Reb FLYING QIJFJKNS — Tho Wayland Baptist Flying Queens, from Plainview ' da Smi h, about 35 points per game. They score an average of a b o u t 50 points per contest. The Clarendon Comets, though only a junior college squad, ar« rated among the top women's teams in the country. They have lost seven games this year, but the losses have been to the three top-ranked women's teams in the nation -- the Queens, Nashvllla Business College, and Iowa Wea- leyan. Thev've br8«»d past oUi- er opposition. Against the Flying Queens, whom they've played many times, Clarendon has usually lost — but not by much. The Comets have often led through most of the game before being overcome. , Tickets for tonight's doubleheader will be on sale at the box office. Rserved seats are $1.50, and gen- i eral admission is $1.25. Student Tickets sell for 75 cents. Bucks'Win In Overtime WHITK DEER The W h i t « Deer Burks clinched at least a ti« for She District 2-A cage title .Tuesday by edging Lefors in dou- , ble ovHitimc, 67-6f). The Bucks now ' lend by three games, and have three games remaining. A tip-in by Ronnie Cade was the winning bucket. White Deer narrowly missed winning in regulation Ume. then in the first over- Ume. Lcroy Miller's jump shot with 15 seconds remaining saved the. Pirates the first time, and Tommy Johnson's bucket kept the Pirates alive during the first overtime. Ellis Knight hit 23 points to lead the Bin ks. Miller netted 13 for the losers. The Bucks have, won 13 in a row. and have a 9-0 record in district play. Three White Deer girl* scored 20 or more points to lead the, Does to an 83-33 rout over the Lefors gins. Mary Ann Freeman sank 28, Jufinna .Jo Moore 22, and Marilyn Kotara 20. Pat McDowell meshed 15 for the losers. Read Thp New* Classified Ads. , Carla Mona Poff, Joy ,-o Kite. Palsy Elbe ton L(iwry ' raroiyn row 2(1 18 29 10 1 1 1 2 5 2 o 0 o 0 0 16 ft 1-1 2-3 0-1 2-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 26 u-o 0-0 9 16 i»r 3 2 2 1 2 0 3 2 1 1 19 Hnr\ csit-i Wjnhnrn, f.ayne Minor \Vuih.irn, Tirnms Rebs Win In Final Seconds KNT1 KS SKI MKKTS LAKH ri-ACin, \ V . h.Tr pion Ar' I'i..-v ;n n Cr. (38) Basketball Results Texas Tech 76 Texas 54 S .M r. r,i Hiiylni- SO North CHioliim St ho Duke 7^ Piltsl'iiiKh 75 Carnegie Tech 65 Ark {'..liege 71 Ark AA.M 6'> 'Missouri si Oklahoma St. -14 Nebraska Wesleyan 74 Duna St. 5 Terrell McOnire Cooper To tnl» Tasco.sa Waters Sims Low ( McCrary JReu.ke Randall I.awrt-nce Win burn Total* Scurf |j t > ]lur\f>l.'rs 'I iiscu.vi IK 3 4 ft S 3 S 1 0 0 2 1 •7 'K 4 1 1 •I I 0 o 0 1 II IP 1-1 0-0 2 3 0-2 8-9 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-3 ft 1-t 0-0 S-3 3-3 13 01 00 00 III 16 3 n 0 1 1 1 3 0 0 1 p' 0 3 1 3 0 1 0 4 2 15 s.i nl-. .'wo ;i '.>?> <.'.-.--;:i!s M 'he I,.-,' ( }•> beh.nd WMI R Bill. :i H ! le ,l a .-!\nti in 'hr I:, lit •' T'lt-i.lHV to ^,\ • .'J - ^ L' r » i * i.'l) e-f f in. •^ l'er:-vti-,n. I,!.iy.| iiHi'ji ,-,'MI from iv •> -•I'PI i):.;i^ |i> M(l !,i .1 (.!,-•!• h \v;Ul I!',,.' I' S In will • '.M-iiv...!-'!, \V;is!i . i-'el,. N'ir-11 A:il!'|-;i ;,i- : Junip.S Head The News riasslfied Ads. While You Wait Mack's Shoe Shop S--20 \V. 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