Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 12, 1959 · Page 12
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10 * • THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS *« 51st ' f I/ THURSDAY, frESRUARV 12. 1959 , Vgaf , Phillips 66ers, Wayland Queens Triumph ^ . . ......... „ — JA MM ••> JBh JlUfe. & tt Phillips 66 Oilers Top Buffs, 81-59 By HED*GttlGGS Daily News Sports Editor The Phillips 66 Oilers, paced by Red Murrell and his fadeaway jump shot, whipped the West Texas Buffaloes here Wednesday in the nightcap of a doublcheader, 81-59. Murrell, former DraUe star playing his first season for the Oilers, hooped 20 points to lead the scoring for both teams. Burdie Haldorson, 6-8 pivot man of the Oilers, dunked 13 points with his hook shot from the right and one free throw. Jim Farren of McLean, playing for the Buffs, also netted 13. Two other West Texas cagers also hit double figures — Milt Fitts with 12 and Gene King with 11. Jim Spivey of the Oilers also netted 11. As the two teams were playing under college rules, there were no quarter intermissions.. The Oilers led 40-32 at halftime, and heldaead throughout, most of the game. 16-15 TillfOC I flnVJ The Buffs led only once, with about nine minutes gone In the first half, as Farren sank two | free throws to bring them from C !•• ft • • _ I behind. The lead was short-lived, Split Decision - 1 I On two other occasions, West HOUSTON fUPIi- Second-: Texas tied the score. The Buffs ranked featherweight Paul -lor-! knotted the count at 14-14 on a gensen took a split decision over .fadeaway jump shot from the right Mexico's champion Manuel Qui-jby Max Miller, former Borger all- jano here Wednesday night. j staler, with about eight minutes Jorgensen finished fast to cap-;gone in the first half; and they ture the command held during rallied after the beginning of the the early rounds by Quijano. who| second half to deadlock the game worked his jabs expertly to go in !a t 43-43 with four minutes gone in front on points. jthe period. Jorgensen grew stronger in thej s econc j s later, however, Spivey last three rounds, and although ; put the oilers ahead to stay with bleeding from the nose himself, | a sensational hook shot from the he drew blood from Quijano in; frec throw line. Phillips began the ninth and outpunched hinv pu , ling awny _ anrt by the 10: . 10 handily in the ninth and tenth. i mark h ad a 61-46 lead. Jorgensen, from Port Arthur, Tex., weighed 129 pounds compared with 130 for Quijano. of Mexico City. > It was Jorgensen's 74th victory I In 83 fights. Quijano had a 96-95 r>h | lllt , s ( , scoring edge from Judge Jimmy Mui .,. ell Webb, but Judge Bill Cornelius |' vev and referee Ernie Taylor scored; Haldo V son il 97-95 and 97-96 for Jorgensen. l short * * * Buffalo Hunters Fuller Warren Evens Plump Dobbs Da rragh Totals Redlegs Are Reds Again CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPJ)—The, Cincinnati baseball club's spring! brochure is tilled "The Cincinnati' Reds," a switch after five years publicity as the "Cincinnati Red- legs." General Manager Gabe said, "we haven't changed a thing. Reds, Redlegs, Red Stock- : Miller Ings. They're all a part of our! Bal ' tlett name." l Rei(l The change probably reflects [Perry the reaction of fans, who found jTrolmger il hard to call Ihe team "Red-i WoorIa legs" after so many years of Totals calling them "Reds." •West Texas : Fills I King Pau l< Fan-en •Blair ff? 7 3 6 3 2 3 1 3 2 3 33 fs 5 5 2 0 3 1 1 I. 0 0 ft 6-6 5-5 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 2-2 0-0 i'f 1 5 4 2 1 5 2 1 1 1 20 It 13 6 4 6 2 7 6 Lowry Leads 51-29 Attack As Clarendon Comets Fall By ttlCK PEZ01RT7, Dally' New* Managing Editor iJlllpiitianed Carla Lowry, a fancy 5-7 dead-eye fram little ole Forrest, Mississippi, was the richest Queen of all here Tuesday | night. The richest with points that 1 is. The sophomore sharpshooter rippled the Harvester Field House the Queens while Gay Ivey, .Teati els while Virginia Sellers looked manipulate the ball slowly, setting superb hitting hour long one- up their patterns and going foj handers, three of them early in th the one good shot rather tharj third quarter which helped erase waste a possible Held goal trjj the 17-12 Clarendon intermission lead and knoll the game at 17-17. Both teams got good defensive performances from their guards: Jan Wigington, Katherine Wash with a bad pass or any other Vio lation. The two clubs were also botr cool from the house line, Wayland meshing seven of 13 free-tossef J H.T1 W lg ill £ lull | r\n IMC i IMC " n>-"» n »%*«»»»»*(} — — , ~*» ~- ington and Margaret Odom pacing!and Clarendon getting but nine ofi nets with 19 points to lead her internationally famous Huteherson Flying Queens of Wayland Baptist College to a 51-29 triumph over a Sanders and Janie Brotherton did yeoman work for Clarendon. Neither team found much success, at the outset from the firing The win hiked Coach Marie.* Redin's record with the Queen* this season to 16-2 while Buddtf Travis now owns a 2-10 mark with Jim Spivey, former star with South East Oklahoma State >ars"to''be'getting off a flying punt for basketball's famed Phillips 66ers as three t Texas Stale players look on. At left in white is No. 34. Gene King; second i ri<*ht is No. 10, Keith Blair; and at far right is No. 32, Milt Fitts, the Buffs 6-3 PUNT FOMATION appear; West scoi-ing°ieader. The 66ers trimmed the Buffs 81-59 here last night. (Sports Photo By Marvin Olsen) 15-16 I'A 81 ft 2-3 1-2 9-13 1-1 1-3 2-2 4-4 3-4 0-0 0-0 pf tpi 0 12 3 11 13 1 4! COLLEGE CAGER SCORES 70 POINTS WEDNESDAY stubborn Clarendon junior College line, and each appeared content to|hls Comets, outfit. Clarendon's Comets, losers five times this season to the Queens, still nursed visions of victory with nine minutes left in the Pampa Kiwanls Club sponsored game. With 55 seconds left in the third stanza, the underdog Comets, playing- with two of their aces on the sick list, trailed by only five points, 27-22. But along came perky Patsy Neal with a trio of field goals and Lowry with her assortment of shots to lead a late Wayland spurt that saw 20 points swished In, three more than the winners netted in the entire first half, of a tight defensive-minded contest. By quarters, the Queens led, 109 after one; 17-12 at halftime; and 31-22 at the climax of three periods. Lowry might have really did some super scorebook damage had she played the whole game, instead of just two quarters. The ninrbSe lass looped in seven points in the first stanza but also picked up three quick fouls which led her to watch from the bench for the middle two periods. In the fourth she re-entered the conflict and dropped in five field goals and a pair of charity heaves for a dozen digets and 19 for her brief night's toil. No other Queen hit double figures, but Lowry was not without solid support as Nea) contributed nine points. Marsha Scoggin and Carolyn Miller chipped In with seven apiece and Mono Poff added six. Sugar Land's Melva Kelton pushed in ten points for the Com- Real Royal Show jWn.vland (51) Scoggin By JOHN OKIKFIX I'nKed Press International man who scored 70 points 41 shots and sank 32 of Read The News Classified Ads. IX 13 31 14 Score, at hi\lftim«: Phillips West Texas 3'J. an,i. took ^ . .... ..... grabbed 36 rebounds in a single-lhem. He added six free throws;Lowry i " " game. ' fr "' '"* 70-point tola! which .shat-: p ° ff °: Kansas State, St. Louis, and! ' lured the West Virginia Confer-i'"' 0 Texas Christian seem headed forj Those amazing figures wel ' p en ,, e ,.,,<.„,.(] n f 6 ; ( ,whirh he held i. i 5ft,post - season basketball tourna-j turned in by fi-foot, 5-inch Panl ;w , )3 th(? h ighr-sl hy nny ,-ollegian', Washington ments, all right, but they almost; Wilt-ox of Davis and Klkins dur- Uljs yea) . nm , was t he ' s j x th high-i Halford 40, had their basketball thunder stol- ing a 118-90 victory over Glenville. ps[ ^\ ever rcf . ortlcd iri M nall-'Wiginton |en Wednesday night by a young! Wilcox, a native of Pittsburgh. ',, o] | ege f . age history. \\-ilcox. a !odom Totals SAFETY TIRE featuring the strongest tire cord's of the century! leading SUPER DELUXE TIRES NOW IN . TYREX or NYLON cage junior, Is the nation's small-college scorer. Clarendon (29) Kansas State, the nation s No. g c n ers 3 team which now boasts an 18-1 iwj ( .hois overall record, took a long stride | toward the Big Eight championship by beating arch-rival Kansas,! S2-72, after trailing by six points in the early going. ' Brotherton It was the 13th straight win for'Martin the Wildcats, who are heavily fa- Totals vored to nail down an NCAA tourney berth as they cruise atop the Score by quarters Big Kiglit with an 8 - 0 league j C'larfndon mark. ' Wayland fg ft 3 1-3 1-3 3-3 0-0 0-0 1-2 l-l 0-0 1-1 0-0 pf IP 4 8 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 3 3 1 0 1 3 7-13 IS fg ft 4 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 10 0-0 2-1 2-3 4-fi 0-0 0-1 1-2 0-0 0-19 P' 1 n i 3 S 1 0 1 9 3 10 7 7 9 19 6 2 7 1 0 1 0 51 «P 8 4 6 10 0 0 1 0 29 ".9 1 t 10 7 M 20 — 51 STKETC-H-H-H — Clarendon's Jeans Sanders, center, goes up for a loose ball with an unidentified Wayland Queen also contesting for the ball as teammates Carolyn Miller, right, and Betty Halford, left, look on, Wayland rapped the Comets, 51-29, here last night. (Sports Photo by Marvin Olsen)_ pun 7.10-15 22,88* 7.6<M5 24.88* *Plu$ excise tax and trade-in tire Don't take chances! Enjoy the n«w safety of Super Deluxe tires, now with Nylon or Tyrex. 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Sods olo". t ''• 102.95 Frogs Rout A&M, 80-61 t'nllfil ' l'ri'»s lnliTiiatloiml Texas Christian pushed its con- erence lead to two games with an 80-61 rout of Texas A&M in he Southwest Conference's only •owl activity last night. The game was played at Fort Wiirth. H. K. Kirchner hii 14 of 18 field H. E. Kitchner hi 14 of 18 feld goal tiies to lead the Frogs will il points, and register the highest mlividual effort for the year among Ti'U players. The Frogs went ahead after three a"<i a half minutes of play and never wore in trouble. They led at the half, 34-26. Tt"'U hit 51.8 per cent of it| shots from the field and overshadowed the Aggies on rsbounds, 42-26. Archie Carroll was high for the Aggies with 20 points, record, wins three of ts last fve If TCU, wth an 8-1 conlerencg rec/ml, wins ihree of Us last five contests, it will about cinch the title. Texas Tech is the only serious challenger, with a 6-2 record, lubbock Tops Plainview, 61-52 LUBBOCK — Plainview was maiht math-ally eliminated from the District 3-4A race here Thursday night, as Ihe Bulldogs were. llpstl by the l.UbljUL-k WvxU-mel », 01-52. 1'lainview fttui Borger tins now lu-J tor liiird pltt'-e. with 7-4 records. Lubbork has won three fliul" lust t-igrit. Lubbui-k led .17-15, 2| 1'3. :uid 46-40 at the quarter m«rk|.

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