Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 20, 1959 · Page 7
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Smashes Sandies,: 9 Season Ends New York Vs. World n National Invitation fty FHBD DCMX j United I'ress International j It'll be no exag-ge ration if Madison Square Garden President, Ned Irisli decides to bill this year's National Invitation Barrel- ba!l Tournament as "Naw York City vs. the United States." That's tha way it was in the . golden days before the college point-shaving; scandals in 1952 and it leo:<s as if it'll be that way again when the tournament gets underway March 12. ; Pee Wee Slate ! Still Unchanged The Saturday schedule for I n p ' Klwnnls-OptSmlst pec-wee league remains unchanged. I.eiuftie director Clifton MfNeely said Friday i that Tlmr.sila.v'<» Kami's will lin' made up at a Inter date, not Saturday, i Saturday's sixth grade sched- ulo is Baker at \Von'!ro\v Wilson, Stephen F. Austin at Sam Hotis- , ton, and Horace Mann at I .A mar. , In Saturday fifth grade contests, ' Woodrow Wilson is at Baker, Sam Houston at Stephen !•'. Austin, and: Horace Alarm at Sam Houston. i St. John's of New York and Kordham already have accepted Invitations to the 22-year old tourney and a bid to New York University is only a formality after tlie Vioieta 1 78-60 rout of V'illanova Thursday, night. In fact, the only question is \viiethcr NYU wilj take an NIT bid or vote to go to the NCAA tournament. "We'll jump at n. chance to go j tr> the NIT," said Conch Lou Ros-j sini after his team's .«• mashing; victory. "If we a!ro get a bid fn-rn the NCAA a vole of the players will decide the question. But' we're not going 1 to wait : around and take the chance of, lopin;; out altogether. I think our boys deserve a tournament bid.' Trie loam has been developing steadily and when our shooting average holds up, we're a match j for any team in the country." j NY!/ certainly looked every bit | that good in crushing a Vlllnnova ; team which had won 17 of 211 games and was the first team in-i vited to the NIT. The Violets j built a 39-^1 halftime iead and then broke open the game with a; 21-9 spurt that produced a 60-40 margin midway in the second half. ' i Cal Ramsey's 13 points set a, new NYU career scoring mark of 1,101 points but the star of the game was 8-foot, 6-inch center jTom Sanders, who tallied 28 ; points. 19 of them in the first half. NYU has a modest 10-8 season record but looked like the strongest of the four teams which competed in the Garden doubleheader and may all wind up in post-season tournaments. St. .John's Downs Magnra St. John's 16th-ranked in the country and until recently considered the strongest of New York's teams, downed Niagara, 87-78, in the other game but once again seemed to have more trouble than it should have had. The Redmen had a 72-58 lead after about 11 minutes of the second half but let Niagara close the gap to 77-7-1 before Alan Seiden took them out of danger. Seiden, a 5-11 backcourt star, scored seven points in a 12 • 2 burst that helped open Up SI. John's ll-point spread and then' tallied seven of the Redmen's last 10 points after Niagara came close with 3:12 to go. In all. Seiden scored 18 of St. .John's last 30 points and was game high scorer with 31. Tony Jackson added 27 for St. John's and Al Butler had 10, including 14 in the first half. Bi-District Tilt Set Here Tuesday By RED Dally News Sports Editor Pampa's Harvesters warmed up for Tuesday's bi-dis* trict game with Wichita Palls by romping to an easy 64-40 win here last night over the Amarillo Sandies. Thursday's triumph, the Harvesters' 40th straight closed District 3-4A and regular season competition. Pampa won 27 straight through the regular season, and took 14 district contests without a loss. The Pampa-Wichita Falls bi-district game, a one^gamej sudden-death affair, will be played Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Har-j vester Field House. Everyone who has reserved tickets for ! that contest should pick them up today at the school busi-; , ness office in the City Hall basement. | The Sandicfl made « game of it last night, only through the first. 10 minutes. Amarillo he.ld the Harvesters to a. H-t2 first quarter lead, and Pampa led only 18-H with two minutes gone in the second period. | Then Pampa. scored 12 straight, points to take a comfortable 30-14 lead, and it became a question only of by how much the Harves-j ters would win. The 12 crucial Bis! Veaf TMfi PAMPA DAfLY NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, i EARLY BtKDS — Paul Richards, whose best managing work is done with old pitchers, started out Baltimore's spring training by showing a flock of rookie throwers the major league form he'll look for at Miami workouts. Paul is an Old catcher. THOSE CATS WERE SWINGING Shockers Win Final Contest The Shockers ended their season here Thursday on a triumphant note, as they downed the Ama- Hllo Yannigans, 62-53. The victory WILD BRAWL IN NBA points came on a fast • breaking; avenged an earlier 47-40 defeat by | layup and a free shot by Coylel | the Yannigana in Amarillo. IvVlnbom, followed by a crip shot Thursday night's win was the'and free shot by Bob Gindorf, .twoj 21st of the season for Terry Cul-jfree shots and a crip shot by; |ley's Pampa B team, against only:Charles Minor, and a second fast(four losses. i breaking layup by Wlnborn. I i Shocker captain Pat Carter went! The Harvesters went on to grab 1 on the warpath, to score 26 points | a 38-22 halftime lead and a 48-32 on 1.0 field goals, and six connections on eight free throw attempts. third quarter margin. Coyle Winborn led Panipa'n at- SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UPIl -One of the wildest games in the history of the National Basketball Association -was staged Thursday night between the Boston Celtics and the Syracuse Nationals. In a series of incidents that lurried the War Memorial Auditorium Into a fight arena: — Referee Sid Borgia slugged an abusive fan. —Bill Russell of the Celtics slugged the Nats' George Dempsey to set off a battle royal between members of both clubs. —Tom Heinsohn of Boston and Syracuse's Dolph Schayes engaged Rebs in Last-Minute Win; Eighth Graders Take Title I Lee's Pv.e.bels came from behihd j [here Thursday to edge Dumas, 43-18, in the final 35 seconds. The Rebels, who now stand 6-5 in Pan-1 handle Junior High Conference. | :end their season today in Borger. 'against Austin Junior High. | ' Field goals by Lloyd Balch and' :Jim Stephen.'on in the last 35 see- went all the way. The Lee eighth graders won their conference title, as they rallied in the last quarter to de'eal Dumas eighth grade, 30-23. Th« Lee 'cagers trailed 5-7 after the first quarter, 10-11 at halftime, and 18-19 at the end of the third p<i rlod. 13 points. Shockers (82) i Terrell ! Carter i Wise Strourl i Neslage jWilburn Totals YannlKitn* (,">3)i A very Dibler Denny Johnson Hamilton Smith Tola l.i Hershcl Terrell tallied 12 points: tack with 18 points, followed by ( for the Shockers, and LarryjMinor with 15. Mack Layne hit 13, i iStroud netted 10. For the Yanni-jand Bob Gindorf 12. Craig Win- 'gana, Denny led the scoring with: born, after his best night of the year Tuesday with 19 points tp 1 against Plainview failed to 12'scratch ajrain.it the Sandies. 26 I Minor had a perfect night at the 7 free throw line, with 11 for 11. He, 10 made seven of his charity tosses > 5 in the first four minutes of the 2 fourth quaiter. 6? Cnich Clifton MeNeely used every man on his squad in the final; pf tp regular season geme - - a total of 12 13. This was the most men used 8 this year, as the previous high was 13 an even dozen. 8 . : fc 4 10 1 4 2 1 '*'i fg 4 2 4 4 0 ft 20 ft 4-5 6-8 5-5 2-2 1-1 0-1 IX-Ti ft 4-4 4-4 5-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 13-14 Pi 2 1 5 3 2 2 15 (>' 4 1 1 1 2 2 H o| ^ 12 Hnrvfistpr* (<M) s3 :Winborn, Cy. two mat men bodily harm tiltUDGK MATCH — The shown here tryinK to (to to each other, will be on a double main event carrl Saturday ni«ht at Top o' Texas Sportsmon Club. In this match, hold recently in Amarillo, Dory Funk, (left), was doc la red the winner after open- in,t; a cut over the eye of Iron Mike. Mike will be trying to avenge this defeat Saturday. Double Main Even! Slated Wrestling fans will be trented to a gigantic double main event Saturday night at Top O' Texas Sportsman Club- In one of th*. 1 matches. Dory Kunk tangles with Iron Mike in .t grudge mutch. Tins will bt- a Ix-.-u- of-thrt'c-falls-cveni. Iron Mike will be shooting for revenge Sutuulay, SUN c Kunk won tin 1 l:t.-t match between tin- two iiittliiit-n. In UK- In.st I-'unk-Miki- match, held recently in Am;uill<>. Funk w.is declared the winner nftcr Me opened a bad cut <.>vi/r Iron Mike's eye. In the other half of the double main event, liulld-^ Plecha.s lan?- Jes with (Jury '(Jucrrero. Th.-. ; c two iiiatnicn aie anion^ the inu;j! fs( in thii busmeHS. La.«t wieli. lion Mike and I'le. it- as wrestled as a team, and won a hanl'/nu^iit Vii'liiry over Funk and Sunny Myers. So Fans can expect Saturday '* Miku - Funk niati-h t" be a {irud^e niatcli on the pai'i <'f Ixitli wrcstk-rs. Saturday's first in.ilrh liegin.y Ml S.-'iO j' in A'hanrt' tiekcts Hie dti >a!f at Levine's Dep.trlnienl St.oie. Hulgsidc seat^ are $1.5.'J, reserved seats $1 25. and general ad mission $1 Oo. Volleyball Team Wllhelm Will Wins Two Games „. - -. , Fight Tonite Bai'uai.i Daugherty's 1'ampa lli.'.h volleyball team won its fn-.sl two games of the year here Thursday over J'hillin?. Ift-G and lo-7. TlK'So wele pi'Mc-ticu contents for the I'ampa girls, who (ire latcd among the strongest volleyball teams in the .state. Next match for the Pamrm girls will he at 4:3u Monday in the high .school girls' gymnasium, against Dumas:. Splkers for I'ampa were Ann l.indhey, Gayc Vaiuierburg. and Kaye Layne Setups were; F.i ma Kahck, Phyllis Burress, and Sherry Thygerson. Linda Boyd and Marilyn File aUu siibslitiued a' setup positions. Corver Wins IM; \iiai: VIKW. Tf.\. (Spi» — Csirvi-r Hi«h nf I'aiupu. won I I •» hr^t roinul game Friday niornini; In Hie Negru I-IISMI |{ otalv t'>urii:i- iiicni. Kaymuiid Duke hit a cri|i -liol \\illi ;i mhilite iiild a hull re iiittin!"!; In Hit- jjanit* la give I'arver 'i i 1 *-!*! win o\rr Sayilrr. The Wiltl<'ats Mere to play Center iu the secoiul round today at 1:3U p.m. FORT WORTH (UPli -- Bobby Wllhelm of Pampa. fighting out of Corpus Chnsti. will fight Manuel AnchoutUi of Kl Paso tonight in the .slate Gulden Gloves in e e t. Wllhelm is the defending state welterweight champion. Two Amarillo district fighters won Thursday in opening night action, but another fell by the way- >',ide. Angelo Ro.sendo won by TKO over Arnoldo Jcda of San Antonio and Manny Perez decisionecl Johnny l''iintcr of Odessa. Roseiulo is a bantainweight. Perez a lightweight. Featherweight Robert Viaille <>f Lcvelland was TKO'ed by Tony. Alvarado of Fort Worth. Race For 2nd In 3-Way Tie Amarillo, Borger, and Plainview finished in a three-way tie for second place in District 3-4A, as all district teams except Pampa completed their aeasons Thursday night. Borger, Amarillo, and Plainview all finished with 8-6 records. Palo Duro grabbed fifth place with a 7-7 district record, and Monterey finished sixth with a 5-9 mark. Lubbock is fourth with 4-10, and Tasco.ia wound up in the basement with 2 wins and 12 losses. Palo Duro edged Plainview in a sudden death overtime, 51-49, to uln the Bulldogs' hope* of staying' all alone in second place. The score was tied 47-47 at the'end of regulation play, and 49-49 after the first overtime. Ronnie Covington'u jump shot in the sudden-death period decided the isaue. The Amarillo Sandies failed to gain on Plainview, a* they lost a 61-40 decision to the Harvesters in Pampa. Borger gained a full game on both the Sandies and Plainview by routing Taacosa, 45-22, in Borger. The Bulldogs held Tascosa scoreless in the last quarter. In a game which decided sixth place and the Uubbock city championship, Monterey whipped the Lubbock Westerner* in overtime, 55-52. Lubbock and Monterey had gone into the game with identical 4-9 district records. Fullmer TV Bout Tonite NtSW YORK (UPIt - Brawny Gene Fullmer, foimer world middleweight champion, is favored at 3-i to beat Canadian champ WiUie Greaves again tonight in their return fight at Madison Square Garden. Cr. Gindorf Wlnborn, Layne 'Minor Gist Carter Timm.i Terrell 1 McGulre Wrny Cooper Wise Totals : . \marlllo (tO) Dean Grenewald Pattinaon ! Bridges i Terrell D. McKay C. McKay 1 Dates Garcia Rittenburg ! Total* fs 7 5 n 4 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2(1 2 1 4 1 3 0 I 0 0 1 13 ft 4-7 2-2 0-0 fi-8 11-11 0-1 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 34-29 13 ft 3-3 0-0 0-2 4-4 4-4 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 tp 18 12 0 13 1ft 2 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 6< tP 7 2 8 6 10 3 2 0 0 to break up the fight. ; —Syracuse Coach Paul Seymour, traded punches with Heinsohn aft-' er the Celt had floored the Nats', Bob Hopkins. --Heinsohn and teammate Gene Conley tangled with Syracuse fans before police Intervened. j .Needled By Kan \ Borgia, who emerged without a scratch, said he hud been needled by a fan cnlHn? him "gutless" throughout th? game. "The fan was abusive all night." Borgia related after the game. "I finally told him anytime he wanted to try rny guts to let me know." A<s the fan bulled his way down to the court. Borgia slugged him. "I threw the first punch." the official admitted, "I didn't have any time to wait." The unidentified sidelines slugger disappeared after Hie game. Borgia said he didn't know yhnt triggered the players into their share of the action. "I guess it was a case of hot tempers on both teams," he shrigged, adding league President Maurice Podoloif would receive the entire details in a report. for the Rebels. Lee blew a nine-point, lead in the last quarter, before their last-ditch rally. They went into the final stanza leading 39-30. They had led 10-7 after the first quarter and 2321 at halftime. Jim Crinklaw led Rebel scoring with 16 point?, followed by Jim Sttphenson with 12. Lloyd Raich had nine, Mike Stewart six. and Harold Burgess five. The starters , mathematically in as confei'enc* champions, with an 8-1 record. ( They close their Season today at Austin of Borger, along with th« Rebel varsity. i attack with 12 points, followed by Chase with seven. Pitts scored four. Balch three, Doss two, and Schale two. Rwul The News Classified Ads. WRESTLING Sat., Feb.21 8:30 P.M. Top 0' Texas Sportsman's Club DOUBLE MAIN EVENT DORY FUNK VS. 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