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PAGE TWO ~" THE PAMPA BAIL* NEWS, Pampft, Texai SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 1936 ENID OILERS WILL PLAY FIRST OF THREE GAMES HERE THIS AFTERNOON KM 0 ON KING TROUP WILL BE ADDED FEATURE OF GAMES Hie Eason Oilers of Enid, Okla. Will play a three game series with the Pampa-Danciper Road Runners, Business Manager Harold Miller announced yesterday. The Oilers wilt be here for games this afternoon, at S o'clock, and tomorrow night at 8:30 o'clock, and Will return for another game Friday night at 8:30 o'clock. Admission to all games will be 40 cents for men and 25 cents for women. An added attraction at the games this afternoon and tomorrow night will be the appearance of thfe King troup, acrobatic trio. Featured is Marie, 8 year old, who is 1 one of the outstanding young actfofcats in the country. Mr. and Mrs. King have been on the "big time" circuits for years. Now they are working Marie Into their act. With the Oilers this afternoon will be three former Road Runner stras. Gordon Nell will be at first base, Dallas Patton in right field, and Tank Horton behind the bat. The Oilers will also present a new catcher who has been making a name for himself at Oklahoma university. Rough Riders Will Play El Rojo Club Saturday, Sunday Each Game To Begin At 5 O'clock in Afternoom Twilight polo will be introduced here on Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21 when the Pampa Rough Riders play games with El Rojo of Plainview. Game time each evening will be 5 o'clock. Admision will be 35 cents for adults. When the game was matched, Dr. M. C. Overton, manager of the Pampa club, made El Rojo promise to bring only members of the team instead of recruiting the best pltyers from the Plainview Blues. As a result, a lineup will meet the Rough Riders differ- ene from the one which took three games and tied one earlier in the season. The new players will be T. Wheeler, No. 3, and H. Wheeler, No. 4. Bub Crenshaw will be at his old No. 1 position, and Blackle Norris will hold down the No. 2 job. In past games, El Rojo imported Button Stephenson and Lloyd Phillips to round out the foursome. The grass on the local playing field, located a half mile west of Harvester field on North Hobart street, will be cut and the field rolled before the games. A long practice session, is scheduled for this afternoon. Joe Bowers is fast rounding into a crack No. 1 mnn, chief weak spot of the Pampa team. Dr. Overtoil will be at his No. 2 position, Hub Burrow IN THE Nell was home run king when at No 3 and Jack Coope r at No. 4. with "the Road Runners. He has a! Bjll Harwell, George Garrett, and lildng lor the left field fence at T otto S (; U dcr will be in reserve. Road Runner park. The big fellow | hit one of Gray's slants on thei nose last Sunday in Enid when) the teams split a doubleheader. It was Hugh Willingham, however, who was the leading hitter against the birds. He hit two over the fence. Dallas Patton also hit for the circuit. Willingham and Patton got their homers off Daney. Sam Gray, who was credited with the win In Enid, showed the Road Dean asked permission to go on the Runner hitters more curves than mound for the Cardinals today and they have looked at in a long time win his twelfth victory of the scan, during Friday's practice. Although 7 to 1, over Philadelphia, after the Manager Sam Hale would not make, Phillies' defense cracked in the sec- a'definite statement, the boys in ond inning to allow six runs. the Weachers figure Gray to get Philadelphia .. 100 000 000—1 12 1 the nod this afternoon. The veter- St. Louis 160 000 OOx—7 8 1 ONLY RUSSIA AND LITHUANIA WONT COMPETE IN OLYMPICS -0 CHRISTIANS AND METHODISTS ARE BARELY NOSED OUT Cellar teams in the Pampa Play- By GAYLE TALBOT BERLIN (AP)—Neither recurrent crises in Europe's diplomatic affairs, nor organized and sometimes violent opposition by labor and pro-Jewish elements in several countries, have yet seriously threatened the success of the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. A general feeling has grown up thruout Europe that the Olympics are something; apart; that only a catastrophe can interfere. A survey by The Associated Press shows that evei'y European nation, excepting Russia and Lithuania, is training athletes and laying financial plans of some sort to participate in the great August carnival of youth and agility. The Soviet never had any inten- LeFors Boys To Make Debut Against Mags Here IN 2-1 UPSET BIG THREE WILL TAKE CLUB SERIOUSLY FROM NOW ON ground ball league rose up Friday j tion of competing; nor was Russia DIZZY WINS AGAIN ST. LOUIS, June 13. (/P)—Dizzy big. leaguer held Enid to four hits last Sunday. Gene Ledford, big lefthander ,was given the second entice, with Daney and Steward following. Should Gray go this afternoon, Manager Hale will have Daney, Ledford, Stewart and Bulla ready for Monday night. The weather will probably decide the starting hurler in- both encounters. Enid's piching staff is one to be feared. Leading the parade is Beidnar, with seven wins against a -single loss. Bednar limited the Road Runners to seven scratched hits and fanned five in his 5 to 0 win over the birds last Sunday. Perry allowed only six bingles but lost, 3 to 2. King is a young curve ba,'ll pitcher of promise and Glowers is a heady portsider. Probable batting order for this afternoon will be: Road Rurtners Eason Oilers McNabb, rf. Summers, 2b, Sfeitz, cf. Hale, 3b. Bailey, If. Cox, Ib. Lisle c. MeLarry ss- Gray or Ledford, p. Sloan, cf. Urban, 2b. Willingham, 3b. Nell, Ib. Patton, rf: Bates, If. Gdlchrist, 2b. Horton, c. Bednar or King, p. Local Golfers [To Play Today : At Shamrock A :group of Pampa golfers will jgcj to .Shamrock this afternoon for a. return same with the Irishmen over the Shamrock Country club course. Shamrock lost a 16 to 9 match here a month ago. The first .group of Pampans will leave from the Country club at 10-"o'clock. They will stop in front of "the J. C .Penney store to pick up" players -who will be unable to go." to the clubhouse. A few players VrtTJ lae vmable to leave before noon. Players who desire transportation wifch .the latter group are urged toipall Del Love club professional, so'Jhat cars will be available. teay •will be over 18 holes, beginning at 1:30 o'clock. All . local players who competed inlttie .match here are ureged to malce the trip. Other players are invited to make the trip, since Srjamrock will have at least 50 members on the course. louis Murders Five Sparmates LAKEWOCto, N. J., June 13 (AP) —The real Joe Louis was unveiled this aftternoon for the first time sirite the Detroit bomber started training four weeks ago for his JB^tiiind bout with Max Schmeling tft 'the Yankee Stadium Thurs- •St. Louis Kelleher, Bowman, Sevnss and Grace; J. Dean and Ogiodowski. BLANTON WINS FOR PIRATES PITTSBURGH, June 13. (ff"i— With Cy Blanton again showing his 1935 form, the Pirates stretched their winning streak to seven today, beating the Giants 8 to 2. Al Smith; who previously had pitched 25 scoreless innings for the Giants, was clubbed out of the box in the fifth. New York Pittsburgh 000 100 100—2 6 0 100 140 OOx—6 14 0 Smith, Gumbert, Gabler and Danning; Blanton and Todd. CXIBS WIN ANOTHER CHICAGO, June 13. (/P)—Curt Davis allowed only one Boston runner to pass first base after Baxter Jordan homered with one on in the first inning and the Cubs thus ran their winning streak to ten straight by beating the Bees, 7 to 2, before 9,269. Boston 200 000 000—2 G 2 Chicago 100 040 20x— 1 10 1 Cantwell, Chaplin and Lopez; Davis and O'Dea. DIVIDE DOUBLEHEADER. CINCINNATI, June 13. (#>)— The Brooklyn Dodgers gained an even break in today's double header with the Reds by winning the second game 2 to 1 in the regulation nine innings after dropping the thirteen inning opener, 6-5. First game: Brooklyn .... 100 000 003 001 0—5 Cincinnati ... 010 020 010 001 1—6 Brandt, Clark and Berres, Phelps; Hallahan, Brennan and Lombard!. Second game: afternoon and almost won games against superior opponents. The Methodists, who have only one win to date, took the King Oil company an extra inning before losing. The Christians, defeated in every start, came within a couple of runs of taking the Baptists overtime. Texas, Phillips and Skelly were the other winners. Home runs by KoVack, Smith, and Glldewell In the overtime period and the return of McDaniels to the mound gave King Oil a 17 to 14 win over the Methodists who took the field with several new players in the lineup.' McDaniel started the game for King and after his teammates had scored eight runs, Jameson took over the hurling. Sharp relieved Jameson but was treated roughly had to give way to McDaniels. Wagner was behind the bat. Mundy, Shackelford, and Dedman hurled 'or the Churchmen, with Clemmons •eceiving. The Baptists were extended to the limit to take a 9 to 7 game from the rejuvenated Christians under Manager Ed Johnson. Trenary led ;hi? Christian attack with three hits on three times at bat, two of them joing for home runs. Morton and Hallmark was .the battery for the Baptists. Harvey went the route for the losers with McAnally receiving. Phillips and Voss Cleaners had a hectic struggle with Phillips winning, 3 to 0. The Dewcy brothers worked for Phillips. Morrison was on the mound for Voss Cleaners. Sheridan was behind the plate. Scoring all their runs in the second inning, Texas company took a 7 to 1 game from Cities Service. Stancil was back in form again and held Cities Service all the way Covington was behind the plate. Campbell started for Cities Service but gave way to Halbig who held the Oilmen scoreless after the second inning. Word was the received. Skelly had no trouble defeating Coltexo, 11 to 1. Mayo aud Hays divided the hurling with Ray receiving. Phillips and Maxey worked for Coltexo. League standing including games played Friday: Team— W L Pet. Skelly Oil 9 1 .900 Texas company 10 2 .833 Coltexo 9 5 .643 King Oil 9 5 .643 Voss Cleaners 7 5 .583 Cities Service 6- 7 .462 Phillips 6 7 .462 Baptists 4 8 .333 Methodists 1 11 -083 Christians 0 12 .000 Brooklyn ...... 101 000 000—2 Cincinnati 000 100 000—0 7 1 8 0 invited. The games, so far as Stalin's government is concerned, are a bourgeois institution, and, therefore, out. Lithuania has decided it cannot afford to compete, but is sending a delegation of "observers." Only two other members of the European cauldron are on the doubtful list at this time— Spain and France— and both arc likely to be there on the afternoon of August 1, when Chancellor Adolph Hitler leads the grand parade into the stadium and the Olympic lire is ignited. It's all up to the diplomats. There is not— as might be expected — any important opposition among the rank and file of the French people. Sweden Nearly Out Strangely enough, the hottest anti-Olympic campaign has been waged up north, in Sweden, Norway and Denmark, but now all three appear to be safely in the fold, much to the relief of German Olympic officials. For a time it was touch-and-go, particularly in Sweden, where organized labor came within an ace of having an official Olympic boycott declared. An interesting sidelight is the fact that Norway, winner of the recent winter Olympics at Garmisch, came near passing up the summer games. "If we make n bad showing at Berlin, the world will forget completely our brilliant record at Garmisch," was thp serious argument of one die-hard Holland, its Olympic coffers already groaning from private contributions, its women swimmers expecting to sweep the tanks, prob- atly is the most enthusiastic nation of the lot. Germany, as you might have suspected, is in line. The Fatherland will have between 400 and 500 competitors in its own games. Wliile Great Britain will definitely enter the Olympic Games Evan Hunter, head of the Britisl committee, doesn't know yet whether he'll be able to ship 150 athletes to Germany, or 250. He lopes to send at least 200. Swiss Finally Yield The Belgian government, busy as everything watching Germar ;roop movements on the frontier Frankhouse, Mungo and Berres; Derringer, Hollingsworth and Camp•bell. Californians Take Tennis Tournament '•the erratic, indifferent Louis of recent workouts completely disap- peijirpd as he "went to town" on hWsparmates. Boxing with smooth "" '— , Joe befuddled and be- the five hired hands for rounds. Several times he had reeling around the ring. ,_s wil} complete his boxing ,,,'am tomorrow. Monday will be jay of rest and Tuesday he will taj$r 'off With light exercises. KANSAS CITY, June 13. (/Pi— A hard playing delegation of youthful California net stars drove thru semi-finals matches today to monopolize the championship rounds of the men's singles and doubles of the 35th annual Missouri Valley Tennis tournament. Of the California contingent, only Wilmer Hines, top-seeded in the singles, needed more than three sets to win in today's play. In a five-set battle that lasted more than two hours and a half, Hines staged si rally to win 11 final berth from Harris Coggeshall, Des Moines star. Hines' opponent in tomorrow's final match will be Robert Riggs, Los Angeles, national junior singles champion who won the junior tour- nainent title here yesterday. Riggs moved into the final round by defeating George Ball, El Paso, Tex., 6-3 ,6-4, 6-1. Riggs starred in another victory here today when he and Wayne Sabin, Los Angeles, won a semifinal match in the men's doubles from George and Russell Ball, El Paso. Riggs and Sabin won handily 6-4, 6-0, 6-3 to make the doubles final another all-California affair. "Cavalcade of Texas" great historical drama at the Texas Centennial Exposition in Dallas, is played on the world's largest and most elaborately equipped permanent stage setting. The "Cavalcade" set is 300 feet long, 100 feet deep, and 80 feet high at the back wall. Games scheduled for Tuesday evening: Texas company at Coltexo. Methodists at Cities Service. Christians at Voss Cleaners. Baptists at Phillips. King Oil at Skeily Oil. Laketon to Play Sunoco Sluggers Laketon's ball club will seek its sixth victory in seven starts this afternoon against the Sunoco Slug gers. The game will be played on the Laketon diamond at 2:30 o'clock. The only Laketon loss this season was to the Pampa Rams, 8 to 5, but it was evened by an 8 to 7 win a week later. Last Sunday "Silent AH" "West was in excellent forjn. He held Texas Elf to a scratch single .and won, 7 to 5. Errors aud .costly umpiring decisions almost defeated Laketon. Talley and Silvers were nic.ked for 12 hits. Five errors behind them were costly. West hurjed hit-less ball for four innings. In the fifth a hit, a. couple of errors and a walk cost Laketon Cadets Wed After Their Graduation WEST POINT, N. Y., June 13. WR —Se.venteen newly appointed second lieutenants who were graduated from the United States Military academy yesterday were married on the post today. The weddings took place at both the cadet chapel .and -the Holy Trinity Catholic chapel. Cadets are not permitted to be married prior to graduation^ . The weddings today included: Lieutenant Wallace C. Barrett, of Port Arthur, Texas, .to Miss Doris Jane Lebett, of Garden City, N. Y. Lieutenant Oren Swain, of Bridgeport, Texas, -to Miss Vera Helen Selma Weber, of Portland, 'Oregon, hasn't even passed the day with the country's A bomb, and B I?!; one at that, thrown into jaseball circle on the Panhandle Friday ntglift vhen Phillips 66 from the South Pampa field slipped quietly into marillo and defeated the Phillips i'airots of that city, 2 to 1. The Phillips boys have not been aken seriously by the big three — ampa Road Runners, Borger Black- aces and Amarillo Parrots. Phillips las been quietly adding strength nd suddenly announced ready for game, Amarillo, whose team lasn't been doing so well, figured t would break into the win column gain and took the dare of the Philips crew from the Pampa-LeFors rea. A couple of lefthanders, Winkler nnd R. Dilbeck, proceeded to hold .he rejuvenated Amarillo sluggers ;o five scattered hits and a single •un. Luke Coburn hurled winning ball for Amarillo, allowing only six ilts, but four juicy eriors were cost- y. LeFors scored in the second inning when Winkler shot a single ,o score Blue was was on third fol- .owing a hit and an error. The visi- .ors made it two in the fifth when /hristlan scored on Fulsom's erroi of Lister's gioundor. Amarillo's lone score was made in the fifth when Coburn singled to score Francis who had singled am advanced on two wild pitches by Winkler. Phillips went to bat with New- pome, If; Christian, rf; Blue, 2b; Filbert, Ib; Lister, cf; Fountainc, ss; Romines, 3b; Bork, c; Winkler and Dilbeck, p. Base hits went to Newsonie, Blue, Lister, Bork, Winkler and Dilbeck. New Phillips Club to Travel to Hoover For Game Franklin Wins Texas Net Title Score by innings: RHE Fans cannot expect the LePors Junior baseball club to be at its best this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock when it squares off against the Peewees at Magnolia park because it will be the first gams and almost ;he first practice of the season for the boys from the banks of the North Pork. The club was organized during the last week by R. W. McDonald, proprietor of Mc's boiler welding shop of LeFors. The boys had not previously practiced together. The only thing that is known of the team ,s that the boys are large for their age arid that "Me" believes they will 3e able to hold their own against any club in the Junior league. A completely reorganized nine will accompany Manager John Shannon to Hoover this afternoon. A drastically changed lineup is in prospect due to the fact that the rule requiring a boy's name on the team roster two weeks before he plays was temporarily lifted this week in order to make the LePors and Borger clubs eligible. The rule will be placed in effect again when the second half of the season opens. Any of the clubs may place a player in the lineup on a minute's notice between now and June 20 and he will be eligible during the last week. Phillips has signed up several new boys during the last week. The only ' requirement for signing up new players is that he must have been under 18 years of age on April 21 when the league was organized. Several new players may be holding down positions in the Peewees lineup this afternoon. Coach Roy Marshall has acquired a new pitcher who may and may not do the hurling for the Mags. It is rumored that Reed who walked out on the Peewees last Sunday when they lost to the Borger Christians may be in a uniform and ready to pitch. The Peewees Claude Hei.skell WACO, Texas, June 13. (/P)— Lincl- sey Franklin of. Topeka, Kans. singles champion of the southwest conference, won the Texas state tennis championship here today by defeating his University of Texas teammate, Gordon Pease of San Antonio, in straight sets, 7-5. 6-1, 6-4. Pease gave Franklin a stiff battle in the first set but when he started storming the net in the second, Franklin shot one after another by him for perfect placements and an easy win. Pease repeatedly rushed the net again in the third set and had Franklin on the run. He reached from one side to the other to put away perfect shots and soon had a lead of 4-1. Franklin rallied, however, and ran Pease all over the court, lobbing over his head often. The Kansas ace took five straight games and the. match. Harold Fickett, of Galveston, No. 1 man on the Baylor University squad won the junior singles title by defeating Bobby Curtis, Houston, state high school singles champion, 6-4, 6-4. FISCHER, ITINERARY TYLER, June 13 (#>)—P. W. Fischer, candidate for governor, will continue his campaign into West Texas with speeches at Decatur, Vernon, Quanah and Childress Monday. Pampa ........ 010 010 000—2 6 0 Amarillo 000 010 000—1 5 4 Batteries: Pampa, Winkler, Dilbeck and Bork. Amarillo, Coburn and Francis. Schmeling Looks Best in 5 Weeks time o: Olympii committee. Switzerland's parliament consented to a money grant following a long wrangle. Strained government finance: and the war with Ethiopia will no keep Italy, proud of its seconc place in the 1932 Olympics, from running a few races and firing a few rifles at Berlin. Turkey, to be an enthusiastic participant in the Olympics for the first time in history, could not very well take umbrage at Germany's anti-Jewish program. Turkey has what it calls "colored" citizens which are not permitted to try out for the Turkish team. Altogether, Italy, .Austria, Switzerland, Turkey, Belgium, Holland, Greece, Finland, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Estonia and England are committeed to send teams — barring a European conflict. NAPANOCH, N. Y.. June 13. (/Pi- Max Schmeling turned in what was probably his best workout of five weeks of training today as he stepped out against his sparring partners in preparation for his IS-round match with Joe Louis in the Yankee Stadium arena Thursday night. The German showed decided improvement with his lelt hand, rocking his sparring 'mates time and again with southpaw blows. The former heavyweight champion plans to taper off training tomorrow, boxing only five rounds. His last workout will be staged Tuesday. PANTHER BLANKED AGAIN BEAUMONT, June 13. (/I 5 )—Pitching fix-hit ball, Leo Twardy blanked the Panthers, 5 to 0, here this afternoon to win the last game of the series from Fort Worth. Fort Worth 000 000 000—0 6 2 Beaumont .... 104 000 OOx—5 9 2 Shealy, Shofner and Susce; Twardy and Tebbetts. are hoping that who is capable enough will not have to do the hurling because when he is moved from first base, it is necessary to change the lineuj; of the entire teaim, except behind the plate and in left field. The regular lineup has Aulds behind the bat. Buckingham at second, Mills, third base.; Foster, left field; Dull, center field; G. Hcis- kell, shortstop; Cassada, right field. The LeFors lineup includes Raymond Carruth, Ed Pierce, Ted Simmons, Cecil Cullum. Chris Walsh, William Twigg, L. E. McDonald, Howard Barnett, J. C. Oliver, T. Plnei'son, Vaughn, Archer, Hext, and Bonner. One of the boys is 15, five are 16, and three are 17. The Hoover lineup: Hogan, Ib; H. Lewis, ss; L. Con/in, 2b; Turcotte. c; A. Lewis, 3b; Cole, cf; Maddox, p; C. Hogan, If; J. H. Johnson, rf; Rogers and C. Lewis will be ready to replace any of the regular lineup, Manager H. A. Colvin announced. Shannon has had charge of the Phillips boys for a week, since Ben Romines, formerly manager and coach, began playing with the senior Phillips 06 team. The probable lineup: Norman Cox p, James Dewey c, Seth Cox Ib, Fred Vanderberg 2b, Isler ss, £am B. Haughwout 3b, Hall rf, Dilbeck ' cf , Elzey Vanderberg If. Ready on the bench will be Louis Roljerson, Joe Isbell, Robert Mod- dresEl, Kenneth Keil, Jack Sharp, Melvin Turner. The News' Want-Ads bring results. Pacific Racers Fling Bids for Trip to Berlin PALO ALTO, Calif.. Juno 13 (/P)— On the cinders of Stantoi'd's Angell field track today two west coast foot racers carved out the most formidable challenges made 'this year for places on the American Olympic team. Archie Wilianis, fleet - footed negro star of the University of •California, stamped himself as Uncle Sara's belst ,b)3t for 400- meter Conors in the forthcoming international competition with a brillant run of 46.3 seconds. Rivalling this performance was •the 800-meter victory of big Ben Sastman. He won the middle distance event in 1:50.5. The races of Williams and Eastman were the highlights of the regional Olympic team trials. Win- iiers of the first three places in .each event qualified for the semifinal trials 'to be held in Los Angel- .es, June 26 and 27. Hamburg, second only to Berlin as a 'German air traffic center, is connected by approximately 120 air routes with more than 70 Gorman and •foroig'n 'Cities, • • • - • An Up-To-The-Minute Directory of BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL The Best IB EVERY BUSINESS PAMPA The Finert h ' EVERY PROFESSION Accountants 3. R. ROBY 412 Combs-Worley, B. 980W, Of. 787 Bakeries PAMPA BAKERY Fred Schaffner. 115 W. Foster, Fb. 81 Boilers 3. M. DEERING Boiler «n' Weld- Ing Works, Pampa, Phono M2 — Kellerville, Phone 1610F1J. Building" Contractor* 3. KING, 414 N. 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