Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 15, 1959 · Page 11
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rown Was 'Most 1 !ln Pro PHILADELPHIA (UPI)—.Tim-. y Brown of the Cleveland Browns' Jwa* "the moflteal" in the fal football League in 1958 ;hl gained the most ground, car-' irled the most times, «nd Sforedi most touchdowns by rushing, [jtohile winning his second straight' 'ground-gaining championship with jan all-time record. ||» Brown, with 1,627 yards in 257 I; carries in 12 league games for a ••; singly season mark In the NFL, ; If Smashed th« former record of I,-, Brown, fonner -Syracuse All-j America who rftce.nlly was wmfidl America's outstanding flt.hlele of (he ph , udelph)a Sporls As?ociaton averaged fifli yards for his 2fi7 carries and) 'rushed for 1? touchdowns. Casar^j *™ » ext in totnl CfllT!es Wilh . l76 '> 1 Perry's 75* yarls in 125 set his nine-year league total at 8,459 yards, another championship '"""* ln the "«*•'">(• frrvioi.a, .. timorft Colts. The Brownie bark er I; gained 100 or more yards in nine Brown's 1" touchdowns by nish- If games, according to" official 195R ing he sot-red 18 during the rca- NFL figures released Saturday. !son to tie a Van Buren record Cleveland won the team rushing^* m ° rc ' h * n d "'^. the ° utpul championship with 2,526 yards fol-' 01 an > OU1 -' P ia > ei I lowed by the Colts with 2,12t. i The best rushing average wa<< I. Ameche, who won the title in by Moore with a 7.3 mark for I' his first pro campaign in I9S6, each carry. was second with 791 yards In 325 \ carrier Joe (The Jet) Pern- of \A/UAT the San Francisco Forty-Miners,: V*AKKAMBAI WHAI who also pumped a Van Buren i -.--..A,, ^ A kAf record from the books, was third A BASEBALL GAME with 758. | m 'i SANTIAGO, Chile (UPI)--Bra- Tom (The Bomb) Tracy of.,^ bM(j runnera ,. an ,, ntil their Pittsburgh (714), Jon Arnetl ™, tonfrucg werc sunburned in crush- Lo *. An lf, le8 (8 « 3)l i i£.i Moling C" ile . 51 ' 2 - during a South Of the Chicago Bears (615), Willie Amerlcftfl championship baseball finHmnr* of the Bears (619 , T ,.,,_.. Redlegs Seeking Stronger Pitching By MAtO SMTfM Manager, Cincinnati ftedfe'g'ft Written fof tJPl LAKE WORtH, Ma, (Wt) Cincinnati has a flat, well-bal fewlonal bat). Before that he played colttge ball fof Notre Dame, thls^wlll be his first trip (o the majfefa and <ve shouldn't expect t6o fhuch from him fight & wAy< but you 'never know. Wft have ftnothef newconief ln anced team -and pretty good pew et ..... bllt wf need another plteh > 0rlWldte Pena, who pitched a few if we want to beat Milwaukee out , ^ ftfter comi up of , the National League pennant. ^ Havftn ; Aftd we got Bob Of course it's hard to say now, Mabe in ^ ^ade w it n the St. tjouis what will happen. But !t looks like j cardinals last September. He's a the Braves are the team to beat. 1 1 right-hander and has a good ma- Pittsburgh and San Francisco will|j Or league Mure. be tough, too, but Milwaukee has j Mflg R Pflr r |s a little more depth in its pitching .... . . . , . In that same trade, we picked . ,. '.'„„ . „ . The Uedlcgs got off to a start last spring, but rtll «n ished in fourth place Certainly we :^ v)th , he Cfl ,. d but h(J hope and expect-to do better this Lewis Eddie Kasko and Del Ennis, can play almost all infield Ennis had a bad year could be for us at the plate. It. was a gamble, but we think This is my first year with the he'll pay off I club, and I'd like to have a win-. Frank RobinROI , probably wil , ' ner ' »„ ., », ., ,. i continue to bat cleanup for us. I *M % nniff Biff I foiH^trl ' * t. The biggest problem at the mo-: mos t 100 RBI's last year He ment seems to be, pitching. We! s j, ou m do just as well, If not bel- have some fine pitchers, like Bob;t er again Purkey and Don Newcombe, but j Q Ur ^ Ef) Bft| , am , ,. one more rnal solid pitcher would j f , e , der Gug Be ,, m , ht if) jm make a big d.ffcrcnce Either a-j a] w)th everybody else, left-hander or a right-hander rd pro9 p ectg are brlght ln ' 'would do if he can throw the ball. ! a ii We may have just the man we I 5lst THE PAMPA DAILY ^ ¥eaf SUNDAV, J-fiBRUAfttf IS, 195& White Deer Cage Teams Take Titles WHITE DEER (Spi) —Theidon.lt. White Deer Bucks mathematical- The Bucks pulled away in tha ly clinched the District 2-A basket- third 'quarter to break open ft m>> ball title here Friday by edging land fuck contest In the Bdy'I Clarendon, 74-71. |game. Going into the second half At the same time, the Doesjtied 36-38, the Bucks outscored clinched a tie for the girls' dis- j Clarendon 23-13 in the third period. trict title by walloping the Clar- 1 Clarendon cume fighting' back in endon girls. 78-47. The Does are j the last minute, With five points, 10-0 in district competition, while [but it was too little, too late. Canadian suffered its second loss i Kotir of the Bucks scored J5 or last night, to Panhandle. Only two, more points. Jeff Bearden ahd games remain on the schedule, i Ellis Knight each netted 19, Jack The Burks have a 10-0 record' Burns plunked in 18, and Ronnie in district play, with two games Cade tossed In 16 points. remaining. Their closest rival, Le- — ..... ------- ------------- fors, is 7-3. For the season, the;KAPP INKS COJVTKACf Bucks stand 14-1 and the Does; _,.•_,.„„ .,, ,»t«+, »„ CALGARY, Alta. (UPI)— J*e « tar Quarterback for the ™ th *? C f, gatry of Canada 8 Weatern MARY ANN FREEMAN ... 41 points for Does need in a young left-hander from have defense, Quails doesn't need the Chair he is Standing on. A i Nashville," "Tenn.,"""named' Jim | s P eed . »" d our n^ng w »» be Student at Smiley High of | OToolc. He was a 20-game win- okav - Johjin y Temple and Roy Galimore of the Bears (619), Lenny Moore of Baltimore (598), Billy Barnes of Philadelphia (55J) and Johnny Olszewskl of Washington and Ollie Matson of t h e Chicago Cardinals, tied with 505, game Friday. Chile helped matters along by committing 19 errors. The Brazilian team had some "ringers/ 1 though. Most of their Houston, this 19-year-old j ner last year in the Southern As stands .seven-feat-one. i sociation in his first year of pro- rounded out the top 10 rushers, i players were Japanese. JUDGE DISMISSES TV SUIT, WITH WARNING McMillan at shortstop and second base give us a good double-play combination. Depends On Pitching For pitchers, besides those MUSTANGS TOP RICE IN SWC CAGE GAME are 18-2. | Mary Ann Freeman, the Does' ,. _ ,,. ... amazing HtUe shooter, blistered !"™ v *rsit y _ *..9*M°™ 1 * last ^ ear the nets for 41 points in the girls j game. Miss Freeman has Wt thc'_ , 40 plus mark several times this | Football League, year. Others hitting In *>uble i figures were Jiianna Jo Moore, 18,j GIANT ROOKIKS SION and Martian Kotara,, IS, for White j WASHINGTON (UPI)—A pair ftf Deer, and Joan Bennett, Claren- | Glant rookie Hnemen - 6-6 Bob Sargent of Colby College and 8-4 Fred Hood of Northeastern Oklahoma State — have signed their 1959 contract* with the Washington Redskins, freei Beginner Bowling Class Will Start at 10a.m. Monday, Feb. 9 • BabySitters •Shoes • Instruction • ALL FREE 0 Also Starting soon, Men's Sat. Morning Beginners class HARVESTER BOWL, Inc. 1401 S. Hobort MO 5-3422 HOUSTON (UPI)— Southern, two baskets and three I've named, we have Brooks Law j Methodist kept its faint Southwest [throws. rence, Joe Nuxhall,,Harvey Had- j Conference title hopes alive by, The Mustang9 pu ]] e d away to dix. Tom Acker and Hal Jeffcoat Dipping Rice, 60-57, behind Max' lhe(r biggest )ea d in the second i—all steady, reliable performers, j Williams' 19 points in a regional-| ha , f a( . 42 . 29i w ^ th 16:20 Ieft| hut | I might also mention Bob Thur-j'y televised game Saturday. . (he Q^,,, hlt a hot streak an d NEW YORK (UPI)—A federal: lions as owner of the Portsmouth, ; man in the outfield, Walt Dropo, | The victory was SMU's sixth sliced the margin to 42-41 on Tom court judge has warned the ma-jVa., club in the Piedmont League. 1 Smoky Burgess, and Don Hoak at against three losses in conference riobitaille's jump shot with 13:05 jor leagues'they may be courting; He added that Frick had done-third base. And we hope to get a play. For Rice it was the seventh j i e ft. "serious trouble" unless the mi-;nothing about it. j lot of work out of a rookie out-!deteat against two victories. '-.^^^^^^^^«••^••••••••••B nor loagues' problem of television! p r j ok testified that fear of pos-:^ ield ^ r - Vada pi n son , who hit ,3-161 Th e Mustangs, who turned an and radio is settled soon. s ble anti-trust action by the gov- for Scattle last year. jg. 2 deficit into a 15-8 lead mid- Federal Court Judge Edward J. ernment made it impossible for! - | way through the first half, had to Dinwck issued the warning Fri- him to bring major and minor HOAn WHIPg T R A BKRT dav even though he dismissed a i league officials together for the, $250 000 suit against Baseball Corn- prunose of discussing the problem. ADELAIDE, Australia (U! miss'ioner Ford C Frick and the' Th « commissioner said he felt! Lew Hoad reached the final round j Southern Methodist's 29-14 ad- ior league clubs fil"<! by : governmental legislation was nec-'of the Adelaide pro tennis toucna-(vantage, with 4:18 left, evaporated former minor' league club owner jessary to help solve the minors' Iment Friday night by defeating to 31-27 at halftime, as Dais Ball, K •' k I awrcnce 'problem and Dimock agreed with Tony Trabert of Cincinnati, Ohio, .who led the Owls's scoring with Redd The News Classified Ads. For Tour Insurance CONTACT Buzzard Agency 1S12 N. Nation Atitumonne • Fire • Casualty MARK BVZX/ARD — MO 54391 i fight off four challenges In a bat- itle of hot and cold spurts by both ., teams. Dimock conceded (hat radio nnd television broadcasts of major lo.'igue games into minor league territory had raised a serious problem for Lawrence and all minor league operates. 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