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view Is Plastered By Playoff Bound Pampa Craig Winborn Paces 79-49 Win INDUSTRIAL ALL-STARS — Pictured are six of the 10 cagers named as the all-star team of the Industrial League. They are, kneeling from left, Tom Fletcher, Perry ton Jaycecs; and Gene Brown, Holmes Conoco; standing, from left, Jim Corley, Holmes Conoco; James_ Gallemore, Hoover Oil; Duane Kuntz, Hoover Oil; and Joel McDowell, Perryton Jaycees. Not pictured are Lyndel McBeth, Citizens Bank and Trust; Jim Watts, Perryton Jaycees; Junior Kahoe, Shamrock Auto Supply; and Weldon Tar- bol, Shamrock Auto Supply. _________ Hoover Takes SHOCKERS STAB Second Spot BULLPUPS, 42-38 By RICK PE7JMRT7, Dally New* Managing Editor PLAINVIEW — There's been suspender* poppin 1 In Pampa all season long over the steady strength of Pampa High's well-rounded scoring machine. That "beautiful balance" was never more in evidence than it was here Tuesday night as th« Big Green Warriors butchered Plainview's Bulldogs, 79-49. HIS TtlH\ — Through 23 The outside sniping of Craig Winborn, only junior in (mlvw , th p iiohh* series) the Pampa starting lineup, earned thp 6-3 blonde sharp- winhorn, pictum) he.rp. shooter high scoring honors for the first time this year. finished n« high v-orpr, but TUPS. The younger side of Pampa's potent brother-punch and the Any night thp Harvester junior kid around whom the 1959-60 club will r>e oum., sprayed the <'«me to life to lead Pampa scor- nets with 19 points on eight field goals and three of four |j£ '"' charity - tosses. ,„<, n «iniH >,. •»* ir«m,.« The lop-sided win pushed the Harvesters five full games J)S p<>lnls '" -* BamM ahead of Amarillo and Plainview in the run-away District ,* < - / 3-AAAA race with only Thursday night's curtain- closers remaining on the regular season schedule. Amarillo, * W • 53 victim to neighboring; Palo Oiiro Tuesday night, invade* Harvester Field House Thursday night. Ths Sandies and PlainvUw »ti tied for second at the moment with identical 8-5 racord*. Borger l:> fourth a.t 7-8 while Palo Dtiro In fifth at 8-7 and Monterey and Uibbock, 3127 loser to Tascosa Tuesday night are tie<l for sixth with < 9 marks and the Rebels bring tip th« rear with • 2-11 ciount. I For the 1958-59 season, Pampa. Is j now 20-0. In conference they're IS-Oj MERCHANTS I.KAOUK and the Plainview pasting: adv»nc- Team W I, W ed their winning- string- over th« p- u || ei . shamrock Ser. 3 1 19 past two seasons to 30 straight. Garden I,anes A win over the Sandie* Thurs-|KHHH day night would send the Harves-1 i m po r . t Auto Mart ters into W-district competition i weaver Bros. Tex. ag-ainst Wichita Fa-lls Tues-' Njr ., t National Bank day night In Pampa. with s. 27-0 ;P( , mp! , p,. int Snop record and * string- of +0 straight ideal Food wins behind them. Nichols Paint Con. The Bulldogs never one* led National Guard here Tuesday night, and only at; th. outset were thev able to stay', "'* h t «" nl *« m « : Texaco, 1029 Year WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 18, 1959 HOIJSKWIVES LK.UJl'K i 1 1 3 0 0 3 1 4 0 3 3 1 4 « 1 3 0 17 15 IS 15 H 13 13 12 10 I, Team 9 Coffee Breakers 11 Pin Splitters 13 Potrollers 13 Wasps 13 Odd Balls 14 Pin Spotters W l< 3 2 3 1 2 2 3 1 1 3 W 49 -19 I. 39 39 •t. 1 ? 4!5 42'i, 4.V a •It 47 Basketball Roundup T.VSCOSA \Vr\S , AMARILU) - The surprising' 1 3 39'.^ -IS 12 Tascosa. Rebels, wiiiless until Iftst LKFORS ..... The U-fora Pirates Briscoe Tuesday, 7-1-24, as tossed in 20 points. „ „ r,,, .^u.., - , 2 .. . 13 15 Hi S h team -ame : CoCfee Break, week a R «inst 4.\ teams, took their fcns.-oe a &** Created Lefois 39,3 15 er/57« '.<""< 1 "nd Uni.u'hl "psH vi.-lorv here -<- Betty Sue Lew.s w«.s elected 12 IS High team .series: Wasp,, 15«t !Tuo*lay nl K ht. 31-27 over the U.b- [^ basket.^, ^eetheart and 18 High team .spiles: Wasps, High individual panie: Kay Brat- bovk Westerners. Miller was mimed basketball beau. Weaver Bros. Ion, Coffee Breakers, 1!H High individunl series: Patton. Pin Spotters, -tfi" (WTK<;.V VS KKIM, Welter- iimpa Wise separating either team. But i down a very tasty morsel of Bull-! on j v a m.uter of just how high the - :t8 'pup meat tila Plainview, by a M . ore would go. light 42-H8 score. | A dozen Harvesters logged play Behind 20-19. at halfliina after ing; time in the "rough anil turn Win No. 20 (K) fg ft 2-.'? 3-3 3-4 3-4 0-0 0-0 1-3 4 7 1 0 3 0 0 IA 10 ! spurting to H 15-10 first quarter' We' 1 contest, with nin* cracking the Shockers got double ili-'the scoring column. Thirty-seven in the i c.ali. Mexico, ami Stefan Redl of High Individual serifs: Hot and Pas.saic., N.J.. will nit-el in a 10- Bowden, Weaver Bros. Texaco, rounder at Madison Square I'Jur- 5B8 den, Friday. March 6. even with the classier Invaden s tying the score twice, at 2-3 and High team series: Weaver Bros. ' Hoover Oil defeated Holmes 1 PLAINVIEW — It was dog-eat-1 in the end it was Pampa High's 6 . 8 before Pampa pulled away to Texaco, 3002 -Conoco 71-62 Tuesday -in a play- ! dog all the way here Tuesday suped-up Shockers who did the ft2 0-ll fir.il quarter lead. By half- High individual (fame: Roland NKW YUl'.K ilTli .off game for ^sel-ond place In thej.nig.ht with never more than five tooth-pick bending after gulfing, tjnie it was 42 -23 and after that ' Bowden, Weaver Bros. Texaco. wei s hts Caspar pi-tega of^ Me.xi- r Industrial League. This was the ~ " ""'" ' i league's final regular seasont• Jgame. Porryton's Jaycees had 'clinched first place efSflier in the' -week. For Hoover Oil, Gene Gibson t;ai( ' er 'scored 18 points and Duane Kuntz slroud netted 11. For Holmes Conoco, Bill -r ern >j] Phillips hooped 20 points, Jim Cor-; W ||burn ley 14, and Sam Jackson 11. |.\eslage After the game, trophies were Cooper awarded to the first and second; Total* place teams, and to Citizens Bank,! voted the most sportsmanlike'Plainview B (38) squad. Trophies were also pre-'Aday sented to the 10 members of the Weaver all-league team. Calhoun M embers of thfi all-league team are Jim Corlpy and Gene Brown, i^ Holmes Conoco; Duane KunU amt Q,. ftfl Jim Gallemoi'e, Hoover Oil; Tom, T()(al , Fletcher, Joel McDowell, and Jim) Watts, Perryton Jaycees; Junior; , Barters: Kahoe and Weldon Tarbot, Sham-j „„„„„•. ^ ls The Kefoels used a ball control Jean offence Hlmost to p<M t'erlioii, a.s ; they Irmled only twice during 1 Uie ij<ame. Tins was the first Liislru t I'.-IA grime Ta.s'-o.-ia h;is ever won on ilH mVII (ulllt. 0 13 5 get point productions from Pat fouls were whistled out 3 Carter and Allen Wise, Mr. Out-'game. on« a technical on Plain- s'side and Mr. Inside respectively i view's I^e Richards In the first O : of the visiting attaok. Carter flip-1 period for slamming: the ball to V ped in 17 points a.i he enjoyed ( the floor in boyish disgust. Pam- I2-I7 in .(''another typical tornd night from > pa had 21 fouls and Plainview t«, "jthe outside of the key-hole while but neither team fouled a man out. In'Wise canned ten points, thanks to Pampa'» Charll* Minor had four 3 n'som» steady backboard battling. (personals and ten points while 1 ... - - 2 0 3 121 period. Pampa stretched It to rivej' 7 ' 1 '; 1 2; points, 36-31, midway in the quar- tnelr 1 Oiter and with only f:58 left In the White Deer In Comeback Wins CANADTAX A pair of girls had a tremendous' night here as MdBail's g-irls: won a 77-76 overtime thriller from Canadian. I.auifl S'.vit/.er biirnM t!i<* nets \\'>'.h 17 points for Mv!>-Hn, and 'Sharon Hilev contributed .'{!• in a. AMAKIM.O • I'Hlo Hiiro came ^ from 1H points lit-hind in the M-C- . r> onii li:ilf h'Mc Tui-sdav, lu n;p H'.r ; The Mcl-eun T>">ys downed Cana- Am;irillo S.u\il,e.:-'. 6'.i-.".y. r><'s|utp Minn, 51-tM, despite M^rland Clap- tile |i>ss. Jnnvevt-r. the .Siin.lie.s <-on- ner's -7 [minis for the Wildcats. l;nii* !o hold H sinri- (.>f t-'t-coud Wwison of Mi-Kean meshed 35 piacf, with mi )*-.*i ici-i;rd. ipiiintM. tf ft 4 3-4 0 1-2 .1-1 1-1 4-5 0-0 pf PANHANDLE iSpll Lee Seventh Nips PJH 0-0 T h « mads their first eight shots In the 1' It was a spine-tickler all the way i hook-shooting Dula \\>bh who par- White Deer Buck* cam* from b*- second half, to nit th* Panhandle Mike Rndsos 1 bucket in the last 5'with the Shockers nursing A slim >d Plainview scoring with 15 hind here Tuesday In the fourth lead to 46-15 after thiee quarters. 20 .«e. on.Is gave KPP seventh grade 7;ii.->a advantage entering the. last P°'nts, had four fouli for rh» to*-'quarter to edge the Panhandle Jeff Bearden and Ronnie Cade a - s -- r ' "'in over 1'nnipa Junior '•" """ "'- ^ had one of f Panthers, «l-5«. and lemain unde- of the Rucks made field goals to Hiqh -"^venth TUI>S.-!II.V H was a th» season fgated in District 2-A. start the fourth quarter, and put nip-aml-luck gum? all thf \v.tv. and at the free-throw »trip«, sinking 2S ^__ „.._,._ ...u- u • ... White Deer in front to stay. Pear- John Male's Lee CMSCIS had t HKAVO (JUTS KAMS SAN I.t.?IS OBISPO, Calif. (UPI) Alex Bravo, defensive halfha.cV of the Ix>s Angeles Rams, lias retired to accept s job as assistant football and track roach at Haw thorne, Calif , high school. It .7 .0 « game he,d a «.»-flrm grip on ,of » attempts. a 38-33 cushion befor. the Bullpups Beaidw Cra.g W.nborn and Mm- ^ " a ' ste '» Whittled th« gap to 40-38 with «|» • dihed he disu-ic, title, trailed " P " < h " w » h 19 rock; and Lyndel McBeih, Citizens Bank. P»mpu 12 II — Cl I seconds left in the game. bl« figiirea, Coyle Winborn sacking wv'T ArUinB- . .t> Carter lls Rn<1 Bob Gintort netting 11. """ " >v " ",' While working a stall Carter, * ftgsln)lt on , , OM . to take their llth district win. and their 15th triumph of the year, and fade scoied 1T> Tommy For Panhandle. led 10. was fouled, and hii two! c * n . ter M«k Layne _.dd*d nine flicks of the wrist sent a pair of while nub* Hershell Terrell and! Panhandle led 20-14 after the house-shots spraying cotton and'-'"* icing the game at 42-38 with on!yi* lx four seconds left. ,« whil. Phillip Cl.t added three U was the Shocker. 20th win ofjP 0 '" 1 " « nd ™ Carter chipped in the season against only four loss-! wilh / long one-handed .et ahot to es. Rounding out the winner, j "*"* <** p » m P* •*<>""»• scoring was Jim Wilburn with six, ^OfcU C».^..'<.L» Stroud with five, HersheM „ f*™ ifrOighf n ,... f| ft p* fp .1 both «ro«d in /iv. of «r»t quarter and 32-2S at ..,. . i, m . TH»n s«m phri«tv'« ' the '° Urth * Un ' m J half. Terrel with three and Mert Coop\ jer with one. t i Joe Ferguson and Tommy Aday with U and 11 respec tive-ly k«pt Plainview in th» gam*. I Carver Raps Amarillo WINNKKS — After the close of the Industrial League season Tuesday, trophies were presented to the first place team, second place team, and most sportsmanlike team. Holding the trophies are, from left, Duane Orr of Citizens Bank (sportsmanship); Tom Fletcher of Perryton Jaycees (first place); and Duane Kuntz, Hoover Oil (second place). Basketball Results Crg. Winbom Minor Gi»t Timms Tirrtll McGuirt Coop»r Carter WiM ToUU Th. Carver Wildcat* of Pampa p.,,..,-,. M| , warmed up for their atate bourn a- J7" ment appearance Tuesday night R by romping over Carver of Am- R| . •. a'rillo, 68-46. Th* Wildcat* ar« «!|y,bb clas* B team, while Carv«r of Am-'p, . arillo I. AA. iHunt'ngton Tht Pampa victory avenged an w " eariltr defeat n the htnd» of the Amarillo achtwl. Oh»rl«» O'Neal wa« chief hatchet man with 36 point*, followed by Raymond Dukt with 14 and l<arry Oaih with 10. Jame» Taylor had four, »nd Qeorg« Duke three. In a B t«»m game, Pampa Carver thumped Amarillo O»rvtr, «740. Robert Harrl» tallied U, R. H. 11. arid Ju« i'«»h nine for Bi-District Till Tuesday sank 1S. White Dfer Does rliii''h<*d thp girls' district title by routing Pnnhandle's girl*. St-L'.'! They art- now tl-0 in (iistrict and 19-2 for the season. Ma rila n IColHra led the Does with -1 points Piinhandlf held Mary Ann Freeman to tier se>i«on low, 1ft points, hy dmihle c n d triple tPHiTiint; her- The White Deei (liiHivis. l/-iu Hefner. an<i Patsy Holloway all did an excellent )oh on defense for Boh Moore a Ones •ivercoine a 17 )l i'.niiijia ^es- lead. net ' For l.ce. flMiy .Sikes scoivd K! Hmley ], uln m Htid'^fS six. St«-w;\rl six, and Sar.de.'.s tluee l-'ui !•' rank Craig's I'a'i'.oa si|ii.id. Heriiei! Mi- lied nine. *;n' n 'oiy >;•;. I'l!'..- four, Lclliuwell foul, .'did I'c-Moat tince INCOMKTAX SKRVICE In Yitur Home or Mind BOB RATLIFF Hamilton MO 5-3305 Lee IIM-; oiie tr.iuii 1 re- si Houston iif Hoc- Fr iii:iv. TALMADGE J. WRIGHT CHIROPRACTOR \viiiisiou MO , „,. umatrrnan I I } 0 e o i il -DC? J OH D vis a ii 1-2 i n 1-1 3 t Ou|>»! 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