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Red Ciriggn * 'ike Two junior high basketball coaches watched their teams end the season Friday. One of them could look back with some satisfaction, while the other could only sigh with relief that it was all over. Bill Anders' Lee Rebels finished their season with & 12-7 record and a 6-6 mark in Panhandle Junior High Con* ferehce play. Sam Jackson's Parnpa High Reapers had a 1-18 record' for the year. The Reapers' record was no reflection on either the Reapers or Jackson, because no coach and no team everj entered a season more handicapped. Many coaches get out' the crying towel when they lose one of two starters fromj last year's squad. They'd shoot themselves if they landed in the same boat with Jackson. The likeable pilot of the Reapers not only didn t have a starter back from last year's Pampa Junior High team- he didn't, have ANYBODY who had ever played ANY or* ganized basketball. Better Luck Next Year Max Fatten was the only Reap- on the Planters looked promising. er who had even been on ihe team j Jackson described ' Larkin Mil- during the 'nT-58 season, and he i er , u -ho hit around 10 points per didn't play any ball. jgaine to become the Planters' top Laboring under a handicap like 'scorer as "a good ball handler this, in his first year in the, and a .me shooter. Miller a .the coaching business, it's a wonder; eighth grade captain, that Jackson was able to teach his j, Jackson doesn't look for too team enough basketball so Inasmuch help in the height depart they would Look good losing. 51st THE PAMPA GAILY NEWS 22,1959 AjO WILHELM WINS GLOVES BOUT FORT WORTH (UPI)- Willowy, Tedder, ft Corpus dhrtstl fight- | Wayne tedder slugged his way:6? who holds in Oklahoma chaffl« A! into the quarterfinals ftf the Texas, pionshlp, and Garza, from HmlS* fi Golden Gloves Championships At'ton, had the crowd buying long 1 i Fort Worth tonight with a bruising &fte r their three-round tight lightweight victory Friday night ! over Frank Gar?.a that brought a completed. The stirring match, lauded by crowd of 4,163 to Its feet In stand- some as one of the best 1ft Dig ! Ing ovation. WOLDT past 10 year*, overshadowed alL others despite three 19S8 chain* plons worked their way into IK* quarterfinals, and three heavy weights w&tt by kftocHbufs. Heavyweight champion febb look ment. though a couple of the Planters, 6-0 Dwight Thompson LEE REBELS —The Lee Rebels completed a successful basketball season Friday. They have a 12-7 record for the year, and a 6-6 mark in Panhandle Junior High Conference play. The Rebels are, front row, from left, Coach Bill Anders, Dale Cox, Tony Edmondson, Ronnie Gaines, and Jerry Ford. Second row, from left, Mike Stewart, Jim Stephenson, Jay Russell, James Simpson, L. D. Steele, and manager Kenneth Waters. Third row, from left, Harold Burgess, Lloyd Balch, Carl Schiffman, Bob Neslage, Jim Crinklaw, Butch Grassland, George Simmons, and Assistant Coach Carl Kitto. However, the Reapers did iw* •• and g>u c E Cantrel!| nave prov pretty good in spots last season ; ed t(j bg u d rebounders . j despite their losing record, fhey, Howcver ne sayg that Cantrell and' gave you the feeling that, w i t n 11lompson should hc i p mme on | Just _ a Httle^ experience, l h e V the boards. Jackson also is hopeful that; Gary Marler, Johnny Weatherly, Fullmer Beafs Jacobs Leads By One Stroke Graves, Asks Tiile Shot NEW YORK f UPI)—Ex-cham- Gene Fullmer, who beat could ha.ve clicked. But the past is dead and gone. and the sooner it's buried the hap-! jimmy Rice. Leon Bray, and pier Jackson will be. He's look-j Dua ne Schaub of the Planters ing to the future now, with a mix-j wi u come through for the Reapers ture of hope and caution. ' We'll' nex t year. just try to rebuild and hope for As f 0r the long-range prospects, the best," he said Friday. they are pretty good. The a e v- Whatever his difficulties n ex tenth grade team won more games year, he. has nowhere to go but i than they lost, and gave Lse a up, and it's a safe bet the Reap-;good run tor its money in alt""" "=" c r " "''"' cl ' V"" "j =c ":54-hole total of 207. ion the par-3 18th caught the creek era will make some improvement, j couple of games. Pampa could| D °™ w '" ureaves ** a ." *"nd I Defcnding champion B111 Johns-'guarding the green and a double- The eighth grade won a few gam- ;: have a pair of equal junior high " n ° oH ' ^ J^tn, nr.mmi.Lnn., tr.l !ton of Prov °. utah - toured theibogey five spoiled an otherwise 36-35—71 Bracken-j brilliant round. 36-34—70 to' Sammy Reynolds of Springfield, En Texos Open Golf Tourney SAN ANTONIO, Tex. rUPI)— Tommy Jacobs, 24-year-old Whittier, Calif., pro, grabbed a one- stroke lead in the $20,000 Texas Open golf tournament Saturday a 6-under-par 32-33—65 for a rain and 40-degree weather, wasjeven par figures. He had a 20- In a tie at 210 with Doug Ford j foot birdie putt on 13, and a two- of Paradise, Fla., who carded j putt birdie on 15. 36-33—69. The 27-year-old Goalbyj Nineteen players broke was seven under par through 17'Saturday. holes but his No. 3 iron tee shoti (Continued from page A-9) one-year monogram winners back. The Harvesters w.'H h«ve good • May of Houston score'd a.fireltf reserve depth where it's needed round TKO over Alfonso IglesIM most -- on the pitciiing staff, j of Corpus Christ!; Pete Noah of Righthanders Mack Taylor and Sherman, Iff ht heavyweight James Walker are the top second- line fireballers while Duke Garrert, Jimmy Stanley and Robert Woodard are other mound candidates. Before announcing the list of new diamond candidates, Woldt was quick to point out although some boys are regarded as first- stringers, It's only due to their past experience and that every position would be wide open to the "best" man. Other prospects Include: catch- champion, outpointed Jack Coonbs of Fort Worth, and welterweight champ Bobby Wllhelm of Corpus Christ! cut the eye of fil Paso'i Manuel Anchondo In the third round and won by a technical knockout. The other two knockout \vinnef« among the ,heavies were Ronald Jordan of Abilene who stopped Alfred Andrade of San Antonio lit the first round, and Pete PetefKm of Sherman with ft TKO ovei ers Bill Langley and John Orims-. Benton Oary of Brownwood in Oie ley, outfielders Don Cross, Jim-| seconc i my Harrison, Wayne Matney and Larry Taylor, third-baseman Clyde Bowman, shortstop Kenneth Canvj bern, second-sackers Butch Fraz- J ler and Joe Gilbert, and first- baseman Frank Pryor. VVoldt, who starred In football | and basketball at Southwestern State College in Weatherford, Dkla., where he also coached frosh baseball, is a former member of the Pampa Oiler professional club. The Harvesters, sometimes referred to as the Big Green open their season in style this year, staging their 1959 coming-out parity on St. Patrick's Day, March 17 jat home against Borger. Woldt has 11 non-conference games Elliott Was A Busy Man! MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI) —Wonder runner Herb Elliott won two races Saturday, 400 miles apart. During the afternoon the Australian world mile record holder scored a five • yard victory over Merv Lincoln in an invitatiort mile race at Sydney in the, for him, slow time of 4 minutes, es this year, and some of the boys teams in a couple of years. Good, And Getting Better In contrast to Jackson, Anders, the jolly head-man of the Rebel camp, had a fairly good setup this year and prospects seem even better for the immediate future. The Rebels were a great clutch to work with next year, since John Dobson's Lee eighth graders won thg conference championship with a 9-1 record. asked all boxing commissions to day to vacate the middleweight |°j crown and give him another shot at it. Now boasting nine straight victories on the comeback trail, Fullmer petitioned the National Boxing Association and the New York State Athletic Commission to va- move into sole possession of sec- Mo., who shot the tournament's ond place with 208. Four golfers, inrluding The hieght next year will not be cat * Sugar Ray Robinson's 160— --------- „ . .ipound title if he signs to challenge ball team this year, often snatch- j exceptional, but Jon Pitts a n d j Archie Moore for the light heavy- Ing victory from almost certain i Darrell Doss both scale 5-11. Pitts weight crown. defeat, in the final minutes. On!^ Do ss, along with Mike Scliale, one occasion this year, A n d for a full-court press r a rs the 9ame only other 65 Friday when hej first gained a tie for second, turned ! round leader Wes Ellis Jr., of: In 39-35—74 to finish all alone j Aldecress, N.J., were tied at 209.! at 211. Ellis, who fell from the lead Friday with a 71, put together a 37-35—72 Saturday. Soudink Fires 71 Jacob* Never Over Par Jacobs, who has been a pro since 1957, has only one victory on the pro tour, the Denver Cen leBaron Is Top Passer Among Pros PHILADELPHIA (UPI1—Eddie P ar lined up for his crew, including secondg . Llncoln( also a four . min . three Saturday twin-bills at Vern- u te mtler, was clocked in 4'07 9 on (March 21), at Mangum (March and world two-mile and three-mils 28) and at aovis (April 4). record holder AI Thomas was Two week-end swings, to the third in 4:11.7 in the race on A east and west are in the non-loop rain-sodden track. Then Elliott was rushed by car I to a .Sydney airport where he Mike Souchak, 1955 Texas Open tennial Open last September. winner from Grossinger, N.Y.,'Jacobs, who had successive evenj LeBaron, of the Washington Red- tied for fourth place after the.par rounds of 71 the first two; ski ns. the little guy with the Shave been carrying most of the Gene cancelled a fight with Paul! secomJ roun d with a 138 total, ;days, never was over par Satur-''strong arm, won the passing '- -'"- - "" "- • I championship of. the National called tor a £u ' 1 ^ u '' t p ™ s * „"!scoring burden for the e i g h t h'Fender at Boston. March 17, to!"™ 6 in with a 71 - Ala ° sharing.day. |championship of the National the situation became Desperate S , thc t ere A , Ba , ding of Mark . Hjg ]onj?egt birdje t wag 2g Football Legfue by avera?( and it worked so well that the graders,, ims >ear. . ,. s ^ u u ham _ Qn ^ and Tom Nj , e of . fect on the {iva 13th ho!e :9.4l yards gained tor everv nasa Rebels scored 30 points in 10 minutes and won the game hand- ly, after trailing by 12 points near the end of the third quarter. Anders will have good material ! properly. ROY'S WATCH SHOP 117 E. Klngsmill • MO 5-3411 WATCH CLEANING 3 r* Service . . . Unless parts Needed • AM work guaranteed • 13 years' experience In 1'ampa Roy Horrell, Jr. Watch Maker Gordon Balch, Ronnie Chase, and Jerry Glover have also doing a fine job for the Lee c^mn: lure Dr A _ L Lichman said a graders, as regular starters. i ham. Ont., and Tom Nieporte of feet on the par five 13th hole, 1 ,9-41 yards gained tor every pass JBronxville, N.Y. Balding shot a and his other birdies came on a, thrown In 1918. Unitas, who led the ule. Last year Pampa finished in a tie for third with a 5-5 mark. They were 13-7 for the season. Biggest graduation losses were catcher so been AIthou S h X-rays at Polyclimc fig Saturday and Nieporte came one and a half foot putt on three,! Johnny Ur •P H-hthJ ° SpUal t0day d!sc!osed "° frac ' in with a 68. a 17-footer on five, a five-footer; Baltimore Colts to the league*, r , ,e ei,,nin: t1]rp nr A Tj IJf , hman sair , „• Joft Jiminez 36 . hole i eader on the sixthp a 15 . footer on nine Championship, finished fifth under y Lruise - 'Ray Stephenson, third • baseman , Robert Langford and outfielder quarter mile race by 2 minutes, 59.5 seconds. Laurie Elliott was second, five yards back, and Bar-. r y Rimmer was third, 10 yardj behind. More than 2,000 Navy men each year are receiving training as nuclear technicians. has six staters, since Doss Lee,hemorrhage had caused "free from Manhattan, Kan., managed and a 10-footer on 14. i the tricky league ratings which _, u u andlfluld " in t* 6 middle-finger knuckle only 37-39-78 Saturday for a 212. Johnston, gunning for his sec- Divide the number of passes Glover alternate in the fifth _spot. ; joint and lie put the hand in a Bob Goalby, of Belleville, III., ond straight title here, dropped thrown into the number of yards Jim Br-uheara, * rank Palmi'.icr. splint. Gene must wear the splint, who had the day's second best a 20-foot eagle putt on the ninth gained to determine the passing and Dale Mercer were top - line for a week or 10 days. , rou nd with 31-35-66 in the light green to finish the front nine in'average. He had a 7.B3 yard aver- reserves for the eighth gaders, : and they may be fighting for posl-l Ful1 ™" ot ™ e ? . Jw ?* n ' Utah J lions on next year's Rebel squad. , in J urHed he ,, hand( in th * , Beco ^ J ^ i round of his return bout with As for long-range prospects tor Canadian champion Greaves at Lee, they couldn't be rosier. John Madison Square Garden Friday Kale's seventh graders have just j night, when he hit Wilf of Edmon- finished a near-perfect season, ton, Alberta, on an elbow, winning their first seven games of the year. Despite the pain and swelling, ir! J5L Fullmer insisted on continuing the n.» fp4 Things should be looking up for bout and he came from behind in. " A both junior high cage squads dur- the second half to win a majority Tearn ing the next two years. 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Lbr. Anderson's West. 0 3 1 1 0 4 2 61 Va 28 V, 52'i 35'A 53i,i 34 M> 5Hi 36'/:> 50 34 age, according to official league statistics. Second place went to Milt Plum of the Cleveland Browns with 8.17. yards, and third to Bobby Layne of the Pittsburgh Steel- era-Detroit Lions with 8.6-1. Billy Wade, playing his first full season as the Los Angeles Rams quarterback, was fourth with 7.63. The Steelers, with Layne joining them after two games with Detroit, won the league championship with an 8.19-yard average coming from 116 completions in! passes for 2,891 yards. Cleve-! 50 34 i land was second followed by Los | 40'/s 43',i Angeles (whose 2,900 yards wasj high in total gains), Baltimore, 35 53 United Press International. Read The News Classified Ada. 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Shop 3 1 12 8 Kyle's Shoe Store 13 11 9 Crow Humble 13 10 10 IGA Foodliner 31 7 13 High Team Game: Dorothy's Beauty Shop, 933 High Team Series: Dorothy's Beauty Shop, 2624 High Individual Game: Ketta Henricks, 155 High Individual Series: Ketta Henricks, 439 NORTH CREST LEAGUE Team W L Sirroco 13Vi 8',z Terry 12 8 Pemrock 12 8 Seneca 11'.J 8', •> Cinderella 11 9 Sandelwood 1Q 10 Juniper 10 10 Crane 9 11 Sierra 9 11 Primrose 9 11 Rosewood 8 12 Willow 5 15 High Team Game: Rosewood, 813 High Team Series: Rosewood, 2437 High Individual Game: C t c 11 Ikerd. 223; Pat Elkins, 162 High Individual Series: Cecil l^- erd, 624; Mary Parker, «| 21/2 Hz 42'i 481/2 Washington and Philadelphia. l'/z 21/3 31 Vs 561/2 Beginner Bowling Class Will start at 10 a.m. Monday, Feb., 23 0 Baby Sitters •Shoes • Instruction • ALL FREE 0 Also Starting soon, Men's Sat. Morning Beginners class HARVESTER BOWL, Inc. 1401 S. Hobart MO 5-3422 THE SECRET IS... You can save one third by making long distance calls station-to-station* The smart word Js out. People everywhere are learning station-to-station Long Distance calls cost about V? less than person-to-peraon service. It's like getting one call fre* for every two you pay for. Here's proof: to Oklahoma City ,9<jc ,60c .30c For big savings call station-to-station and talk longer for leu. t>y schedule, at Altus, Okla., March (27 before the Mangum double!header and at Dumas April 3 be- ! r " : vu "7 »'-v«" w,, ere nc „ fore the Clovis pair. i^, a , rvdflc . d » P Iane / or th«-clty. On f The Harvesters will also hostj™'™ 1 a(l f«ndon Airport, ha Prank Phillips College on Marchl^'" 6 , 1 ^ Bother car and 2} F 6 rushed 34 miles to nearby Franks- April 7 finds the Harvesters j ' < opening District 3-AAAA play at! Once arrived, Elliott spotted his Amarillo against the Sandies: Aa' brother > Laurie, to seconds and i'ln past seasons, Pampa will play the rest of th « f 'eW 15 second^ a double round-robin league schcd- flnd beat them al i in a three-

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