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s* WF Depend Ball Control By REfl , fcftlly News SpoM* Editor ; the Wichita Falls Coyotes, who will play the Harvesters here Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the bi-dlstrict basketball playoff, are the type of teim which has given (he Mar- Vesters the most trouble this That Is, they are., of medium • height, -ihaVe-goed hlistlle, play ft ball control game, and have a good defense, *3?h5s kind of learn, lypt- fiad by. .Palo DUro, Denton, Monterey, and Borger, haa given the ijarvestefs more trouble this ^63r than the. tall squads. ^ Perry Qoolaby's Coyotes will #&• Into Tuesday's game as underdogs, but that will be no new eseperlSncft for them. They have gone into al» most every district basketball flea- son in recent years as underdogs, and they won their district championship in three of the last six years. In Ma eight years at the helm in Wichita Falls, Goolsby ha* compiled a 145-61 record, despite the fact that he has had a rebuilding job to do almost every year. This year is no exception 16 the rule. Only one of last year's starters is back, and Wichita Falls got a late start because of the state football playoffs. Despite that, however, the Coyotes have a lt-3 season record. WlehiUt Fall* three tosi« to Denton, 80-43 and tO-62, and to Quanah, 6048. fhe Coyotes hav« since defeated Quanah, 4t-42. Quanah and Deftlon were t h « only common foes for the Coyotes and Harvester*. PampA defeated Denton, tfl-55 and «3>66, ftfld stopped Quanah 6M51 and «44. The Harvesters had their hands full with Bentoft, but had little Mil trouble with Quanah. The Coyotes and the Harvw lers are th« only teams to beat the lanky Quanah crew this year. Wichita Falls won eight straight district games, without a loss, they won over Arlington, Irving, Blrdville, and Grand Prairie twice «Ach. ' " if Over lha full season, Ufi*t!oy6t« *l hive *cdt«d 1108 point* to 940 for the opposition, an average ot 68.2 to 410, The Coyote'a have «ix regulars, with two men alternating in the fifth starting position. Their regulars' average just over six feet, with only on* than less than six feet -• -. - -, •:.-•'... .: Wichita Fall* uses a, ball Ijjbntrol offense, and makes good uie of ecreenlnjf. They depend a lot on outside shooting. On defense, they use a shifting zone or a. fnafi-for. man. Defense is their Strongest point. Their leading scorer is 8-1 Gar- land (ttiDDft) Bailey, & itfilof who is hitting at a 20 point js*f tfaffil clip, the coyotes depend heavily on his ability to score on drives and short jump shots, and also on his outside shooting. Bailey set a school scoring ree« ord this year when'he scored 3d points In the CoyottS' 88-62 w I n over Blrdville. in addition to being a good scorer, he is A fine reboundef. Goolsby considers Ball* ey the best all-around player h« has ever coached. Descriptions of other Wichita Falls starters are as follows: GERALD PHILLIPS, a 8-8 senior, is the team's floor leader and second leading scorer. He has 8cor«d 180 points In 20" games, for a 20-polnt average. He IS an excellent clutch player, and is accurate with a running jump shot from 28 feet. ALE3LAMD ALLRED, a 0-3 senior, IS the only returnee f r o rfi last year's starting team. He is the team's top renounder, but doesn't score often. He has scored 11« points in 15 games, for a 7.7 average. AARON McDONALD, a 6-2 senior, ( I8 a fine post man and good rebo'under, who occasionally gets a tip-in. He takes up the scoring slack when Bailey Is bottled up. Me has scored 148 points, for a 7.4 average, in 30 games. WALBRiek, ft -I • I seniot-, ft|ernate» at the fifth Starting positing. He has scored 148 jjolnts in 19 games for a 7.7 av« erage. STEVE DEAL, 8-1 senior, is a great rebounder and a fine defensive man, but a weak scorer. Ha has tallied only 54 points in 19 games. He alternates with W a I- brick at the fifth starling position. In recent games, he has been th» team's best rebounder. After the top six men, Wichita Falls has practlrally no reserve Strength. The number seven and eight men are Joe Blackshear, 6-1 senior, and Richard Scott, 5 • 11 senior. They have scored a total of only 40 points, between them. CARVER LOSES, 62-53, IN QUARTER-FINAL TILT 51st Year SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1959 A-9 Palo Duro Acts As 34A Spoiler PRAIRIE VIEW (Spl) — Carver High's Wildcats lost In the quarterfinals of the Negro state class B tournament to East Liberty of Center, by a score of «2-33, Friday afternoon. Carver played the game with almost no rest. They began the contest at 1:30 p.m., after ending their first round game at about 10:30 a.m. The defeat ended Carver's hopes of becoming one of the shortest state champions in history. The Wildcats, who average only 5-10 in height, had a 22-6 record during mx IllicSi Peadirla puretu payairt tfrrsmnsffaitiiix&KK ?*• - " * . <*W££ ft$8$ the regular season, and through their district undefeated. In the Friday afternoon quarter At this time, in another of those cute little public services that have endeared us to the civilized world, we wish to announce that the Harvesters of Pampa should be favored over the Coyotes of Wichita Falls in Tuesday night bi-distnct sham-battling for the state meet here. Last we heard, the gents in the checkered vests were mumbling something about 12-5 for the Pampas and they were honoring an old basketball legend. You do not pick against the Harvesters in the The Palo Duro Dona were the I The only district team still In «nal game, Raymond Duke pac- ' went i hard-wood sport any more than you pick against Christmas and Mother. Therefore, if we were plac- team in tn last ere e I e _. ....... _ „ . week of 'action is Pampa, which m e e t s ed Carver's .coring with 3 point. jng a small lump on the bl- ms em , District 3-4A regular season com-, Wichita Falls Tuesday at Pampa, -Charles .... _. _ _ » »_ _ i t- A 1. .. ' 1 _b — U.J*Jt«* •*{*** rrn m a Ijfl.1 I*V *• petition. The Dons upset both the|in a bi-district game. Amarillo Sandieg end the Plainview Bulldogs to throw the second place race into a three - way tie. Both wins were of the squeaker ' variety, 60-89 over the Sanclies, and 51-40 over the Bulldogs In double overtime. By winning these games, the Dons assured themselves of fifth place, with a 7-7 record. In the last week of play, there was no question of a champion- Fern Bowling Meet Slated The I'ampa Women's Bowling Association has set the dates for its annual city tournament. . i Team events will be bowled ship race! The Pampa Harvesters (March 11 and March 31, at Hnr- i clinched the title a week ago, and | veater Bowl. Them will be two O'Neal tailed 14, and Larry Cash scored seven. George Duke netted four, and Williams scored six. ! In an opening round game Frl- |day morning, Carver edged Sny- jder In a real thriller, 47-46 — the 1 dcr in a real thriller. 47-46. Ray, mond Duke's crip shot in the final ! minute and a half decided the nip- i and-tuck, contest. Carver had led 5-4 after the end district game, the Pampas would have to tote what few guineas we could muster. Aside from the home-court advantage, the reason, of course, is superior height, experience and tradition. Those three items of king- sized importance are to bas- f ketball or any sport what pep- f per is to chili, or bikini to of a slow first quarter, but Snyder j Bardot. tied the score at 33-33 at half- j PRE-GAME SIDELIGHTS: t p a mn a Clifton McNeely ! wound up their season with a 14-0 ' district lecord, and a whopping shifts on each date, at 8:30 and 9 pull it out of the fire. time. Snyder went ahead 41-13 at i Ip & $ O2en sea sons since COm- the end of the third quarter, but j Carver rallied In the fourth to p.m. Hlniflcs and doubles be bowled March 15 e,vents j and 22 i DANGEROUS COYOTE—Coach Clifton McNeely of the Harvesters might well put a bounty on the head of this Coyote, Gerald Phillips. Phillips, a 5-8 guar^ js_ the playmaker and second leading scorer for the Wichita Falls Coyotes, who play Pampa here Tuesday night in a bi-district game. Dldt Ready To Un-sack The Bats six-game lead over the runnerups. Amarillo, Plainview, and Borger, at Garden Lane.s. all finished their loop seasons' with In addition 8-6 records. I K i e ,, winners, The hot • and • cold Monterey j scrn toh nil-events champion and Plainsmen finished their season , a handicap all-events champion. with two wins, 55-52 over Borger 'jjatc* for the tournament we and 55-52 over Lubhock, to Srab',^,,,,,,,,,! D y Eva Kitchen*, sixth place. The win over Border l As!MM ,| Ilt | or> \ S p rrPlar y. kept the Bulldogs from taking sole - - - — possession of second place. ' Tascosa, winless in 4A competition until 10 days ago, took its, : second straight upset victory! Tuesday, edging Lubbock, 31-27. ]t Despite the win, however, the Reb- j els still finished in the cellar withij a 2-12 district record. Lubbock 1 ! was seventh with a 4-10 mark. '; _.. even 300 , games while losing only 34. Carver ' That's a percentage of .898 LELAND ALLRED ... Coyote star Charles O'Neal led Carvers -. , nprcentacc of 898 " ' ' ~~ J — scoring in the quarter-finai con- | ^\f there's anv better record in the country, quick tell us test, with 21 points. Raymond : and" , l «cres an> Deuer u ea me with a 68.7 test, with Zi points, riaymonci: "'•" " ••"• ~•-• ,-- thfl \vi/-hi<n to donbiM and sin-1 Duke scored 12 points, and James, where! Pampa goes into the Wichita there win btt a'Taylor followed close behind with; offensive^average^ana an even .w.u Robert' ' '~ 1 '"" «~ - "•->•4, f. George Duke and '^ <3 each tallied two, and ^. ^« Morgan meshed one. bar- Clty ry Cash didn't score, but he play- led a fine floor game. Miami, Hedley To Meet Monday thig ^ nfo _ n : j _ season. The Coyotes are ^ per game on offense and a steady 47.3 on defense . . . Coyote starter Leland Allred is one <* the best all-around Wichita Falls players ever He was all-district and all-state in football and along « th V, hitj Deer's Jeff Bearden was named to the Scholastic Coach Magazine's 8th annual all-American schoolboy team . and have vou ever stopped to think it was Pampa the Coyotes Sicked on in their Opening football game on he path ^o the state title. The Harvesters figure to pay tic-for-tac Tuesday night. And it don't take much dough to attend, just a ttcket of which there is a scarcity. I Team Pa m pa Amarillo Plainview Borger Palo Duro Monterey W I. Pet. ' Taacosa 14 8 8 8 7 5 4 2 0 6 6 6 7 9 10 12 (Third in a serifs outlining the pruhlieuU ot si»rine sports "t Pani|iu High School. Today's in- htullmcnt tU-ttls with baoelmll.) of the outfielders (prtibably Steph- j ens) into the infield." Woldt ex- j claimed. Only veteran intielder back In harness ia second-sacker Kuhen Strickland, a terrific glove-man but only a so-so sticker. The infield problem, however, doesn't Deck Woldt, an old campaigner , H to ^ a real major S0 re" By HICK Uailj News Munnglng JOdilor Final Week's Results Pampa 79, Plainview 49; Pampa 6-1, Amarillo 40; Monterey B5, Borger 52; M/interey 5fi, Lubbock 52; Palo Duro 61, Plainview 49; Palo Duro eo, Amarillo 69; Tascosa 31. Lubbock 37; Borger 45, Tascosa 22. *' ' MIAMI (SpU — The Miami Warriors of District 11-B will play the Hedley Owls of District 12-B, Monday at 8 p.m. In Harvester ter Field House in Pampa. This will be a sudden- death, one-game, bl-district playoff. The Warriors, coached by Bill Hinea. have a season record of 20 wins and 7 IOM- es. They have scored 1388 point* for an average of 51 per game. The Owls, coached by Don Haskins, have a season mark of 30 wins and 4 losses. They have scored 1081 points, an average of 31.8 per game. Miami players are Larry Anderson, 8-1; Jimmy Bowers, 5-8; Gerald Anderson, 5-9; Sam Harris. 5-S; Billy Lard, 5-10; Toby Cunningham. 5-10; Jlnimie S e i t z, 5-11: Wiley Bailey, 5-8; Scotty Daugherty, 5-9; Tommy Hollls, 5-10; Tim Flowers, 5-9, and Charlie Christopher, 5-10. Hedley players are Bobby Roland, 6-4; Bobby Leslie, 6-2; Bill Maddox, S-ll; Bil- Iv Wiggins. 5-10: Rodney Hargrove, 5-7, and Dewayne Meador, 6-0. Bucks Dominate 2-A „„ lanpear to be a real majoi of the era not long ago when prac-; " what wHh American ticaliy every village and hamlet; ^ ualea readv for (lrst with enough natives to post a population sign had a minor league base DECK wowxr Set March 29 a ready shortstop cnores . Hai . d . nitUng r^n-y Stroud. a nn- baseball franchise, was mad at the turaj lenhan(lerj ,g expected to weatherman last week. ! handle first and slick-fielding little "We were already for some bat- Wendell Ridgeway will man short- ting practice and maybe someistop. infield too when we were sent in- 1 The loss of Clovzs Shipp by ill- side by the mid-sveek snow and! ness put a serious dent in the cold weather. Maybe, it's too early . catching department but veteran in the year for baseball, but we've; Terry Haralson should supply the * got a lot of kinks that need iron- ; Harvesters with a top-notch front ing out, and you really can't start j line receiver. too early, you know," Woldt said I Woldt's mound corps could eas- during an interview last week. Uly come along and blossom into ithe big bright spot of the season Actually, the veteran baseball with a p ' ai ,. O ( m f ty lefthanders, man has three more weeks to Kippy Williams and Keith Yeagc-r. round his 27 man Pampa High; expe c,ted lo shoulder the brunt of squad into a polished and smooth ! t)le n m duties, along with right working combination. ihander, Buddy Rawls. In describing the type club he '', Olover and Wills return with looks for this season, 'Woldt stated two letters for their senior year -Our pitching should be stronger ; while Stephens. Haralson V.H- 'Unn li-st vear and the outfield Hams. Yeager -md Strickland are Ky. Fractures Bucks, Does Rush Auburn Streak By Canadian 5's ^ I EXINQTON KY (t ^1' ~' 1 Kentucky's speedy Wildcats sniped^ WHITE DEER - White Deer's the nation's longest basketball win balanced Bucks had four playera streak at 30 with a si.rpnsingly hit in double figures here Friday easy 75-56 victory over startled night as Canadian's Wildcats felt i Auburn before a capacity crowd th e sting of the four-barreled as- of 12,750 tonight. A fist fight broke out with less than three minutes to play when Auburn's Rex Frederick landed a solid ri^lit on the jaw of Bobby Slusher, sub center (or the Wildcats. Officials expelled both Frederick and Slusher from the game since Slusher had poked the Auburn center with his elbow The Wildcat* dominated the the baskets ami ball sault, 75-52. The win ended District 3-A action for the champion Bucks, jiving Sam Christy's charges an unblemished 12-0 loop mark and a 16-1 season record. Coach Bob M»ore's White Deer Does also finished their conference schedule with a perfect 12-0 mark, trimming Canadian Coach Grady Burnett's sextet. 80-43. The Does ov\n a solid 20-2 season rec- Don't look now but White Deer High's fellow District 2-A companions are sneering maliciously at the Bucks. As if streaking undefeated through conference war-fare in football on their way to the Class A title wasn't enuff. Sam Christy's Bucks clobb?red all six 2 - A cage foes a couple time* each to wind up 12-0. The Bucks are 18-1 for the season. That means since school opened in Buckland last September White Deer athletic teams (football and basketball! have { x>sted a sparkling 50-3-1 won- lost-tied record. No, the srithmetlr ain't sg bad as it' might appear. 'Cause you gotta remember Bob Moor e's SVhite Deer Does (girls basket- bail team i have a 20-2 record and also finished with a spotless 12-0 loop mark Friday night. Canadian playing the role of fall-guy in both the Bucks' and Does' games. Here's hoping little ole White Deer wins both boys and friris Class A state crowns. Carpenter bids to enlarge th* WO High trophy case ar« now in order. is poppin' his buttons today after his son (Bobby Wilhelm) opened defense of his state Golden Glove Welterweight title in Fort Worth Friday night by scoring an impressive third round TKO win over Manuel Anchondo of El Paso. Bobby weighed in at Hfi for th« fight, Anchondo tipped the scales at 1*8. Wilhelm opened a deep gash over the eye of Anchondo in the third and with blood spattering the canvas the fight was stopped. The Pampa. slugger is fighting for the Corpus Christi GG team, since he is a student at Corpus Christi University on full boxing scholarship B o b b y's younger brother, Gary, quarterback for the 1957 Harvesters, has also had some rave notices printed in the Wisconsin State Journal In Madison where the Pampa yum-her is commonly known as the "Baby Faced Tiger." Gary decked last year's top Wisconsin University fig-liter in his weight division a couple days after he hit the campus and was put in a higher weight division for the school's annual Contenders Tournament, where he lost a tight split decision. Our good buddy Olli* Wilhelm Of Coaches & Needed Item 'will be us solid with regulars L-ark . u ™ u at all three outer garden sjxjts, The Top o' Texas Archery Club hu( we , ost a ,, bul one jnfie i der has voted to hold an open tournament on March 29. Trophies will be awarded in the men's, woni- (See WOLDT. 1'age A 10) but we lest all but one Infielder r better catching hat could hurt us Al; U>ld, Woldt has seven * BASEBALL CARD a lot. Man li .M;n-. li M..r. H Man i: h h Ay At en's, girls', and junior boys' divi- ' J imt 4 '„ lh e'fold, sion. to the winners. The club met Thursday of this The thin; ivgulars returning for VI week and elected new officers,'outfield duty are Gary Wills, Bob M« and made plans for the tourna-.by Stephens and DeWayne «Jlovei, ment. New officers are M i 1 e s the latter of which is regaided the Morgan, president, K. R. Field, top long-ball hitting prospect on ^,,, ? vice president; Fred Spalding, sec- the squad -V|;j retary-tfeMUrer; board of dire» B,^ es i n,.iuUe sp'.>l for WoMt is AM-I tors. H. B. Ward. Robbie Robiiiij, , ikcly ° lo develop at the hot-i-urner. ^,[.\\ aivd lonimy Co- w j^ a sophomore newcomer. Ainii iird.. reporter and ReiUi UieguJ ,,, given fu . sl , rA ^ -AH ; J publicity chairman. !al ^yuing the team at third base ,M.,V Anyone wishing further iniorma- .vi«> lion (,-n the an-hery club should' "If cJrcgoiy doesn't woik out M.. caJi MO i-2955. i right at Uurd. we may move 17 on'- White Deer's Mary Ann Free- board, game, from midway through the first half. That waa when forward Bill Lk-kert and guard Benny nian and Canadian's Sharon Riley t>3lfnian combined in a scoring' waged a white-hot scoring duel) opened a nine-point Friday night, both finishing with' the ... hoops In 25 game as Merland Clapper il!. J) Joany Plaster, valt: H- &. M .1 10 2S .M-. N M .i. • a! Mil.nil" • a' T.i-"-ii m Palo Duro • t.!,!.<!. k Splurge tliat opcnt-u u muc-^ruim jp I'luay *ngm. uum 21111^,4*1*^ •»».... ljic ^mitv 99 w*-ci»«.i»u v.. » Kentucky lead with eight minutes 31 points. Kiley accounted (or all poured through 26 poinu. left in the half. , but nine of the loser's points. Free- ; The Bucks will play their bl- man's torrid shooting upped her district playoff game either Mon- season per game scoring average dg, v o r Tuesdsy night at a site to to 29 6. be determined after the Behind Freeman, Juann* Jo. elusion of Saturday night' Moore had 11 and Marilyn Ko tar a nei'.ed nine for the Bucks- BUUITIN iiru>er uipped Sunray S»tur- d»> night, 53-&->, and *'IU oxe«t White Wet-r l« bi di»tnct pl»y «t fc,im Sun ray beat Speanuau. S8 -ti. ruljQg to reach the of Ujr 1 A tuuruej. tiruver White U«er In bl • year. White De«r'» Moo »i at 7 :W p.ui. uu Hart b B<jrt;cr Ui W distru-t site i o n- D i «• trict 1-A tourney, with either Gmver, gunray or Spearman to In the nightcap, all-state a n djoftsr the oppoaitiop. all American tootballer. Je« Bear-' Moore't Doe« w»U meet Sun ray den, swished in 25 points to pace in bi-district honors on March 2 the Bucks who got li points fiom or 3 at * site to be determined. Jackie Burns, ten from Toniaiy;Th« Does will tacjtle tough Di»Lester and Ellis Knight, and eighi tru-t 2-A4 champ, Fviona,. in ». from Ronnie Cade. warmup contest at neutral Can- Canadian salvaged something in j yon next Thursday night. Dave Cook. cag« mentor at Lubock's Monterrey High since the school opened in 1956. has announced his resignation. The former Lufkin High cage gn»at p to enter private business. wlwse older brother jack Earl i* head basketball coa«-h at V.aoria High, coached both basketball and baseball at Lubbock High before switching over to Monterrey when t h e school first opened its doors His Plainsmen cagers finished with a medicore 12-13 season record this season and wound up tied for 6th in 3-AAAA play with a 5-9 mark. D«spiie Borger's Tex Banna fim«hujg with his wor*t teasua record i!7-9i since he returned to the Bulldogs' cage helm from militaiy service in 191*, vhe District 3-A44A runnei-up dutt finished with the loop's second season showing. That must \xt <;U>»e to a record . . . Pampa's finijihing a 14-game conference skhedula, six full games out front. There i»re two major lttnw of business that should be tackled by the people of Pampa and th« Pampa School Board respectively. First. »hi« city should pl»n a fund raising drive to build a regulation-sized baseball park for amateur, semi - pro, American legion and high school gaajes. Second, the school bo«ud should go ahead with plans for th« construction of a cinder trad* at Parnpa High. And gentlemen, this ain't ali one maji'* opinion el the i'- And then there was the paper man who told ha* he'd believe the sword wa* m ier th»n the pen when h»

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