Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 14, 1936 · Page 3
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Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 14, 1936
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StftfoAY Mt)RN!NG,- JUNfi 14, 193o. THE PAMPA DAILY NEW8, Paitipa, Texas PAGE TITLE WON 6TH CONSECUTIVE TIME BY U. S. WIMSLEDON, Eng., June 13 (/T>) —In a, gripping contest that went to the concluding match for final decision a fighting American women's team marched uphill today to win the ' Wightman tennis cup from England for the sixth successive year. The margin was four matches to three. Darkness almost had enveloped Wimbledon's famed arena and a crowd of 15,000 as Helen Jacobs, four-times American champion and team captain, beaten twice in slngl- , es, poised at the net and smashed a placement for the winning point In the deciding contest of the two- day, seven-match struggle. That smash meant a return trip i to the United States for the 14-year old trophy and a 1-6, C-3, 7-5 triumph for Miss Jacobs and diminutive Mrs. Sarah Palfrey Fabyan of Brookllne, Mass., over left-handed Kay Stammers and Freda James. .Moving into the final day, the Britons,, as the result of yesterday's matches, led 2 to 1. Mrs. Fabyan squared the standing by vanquishing Miss Tammers, 6-3, 6r4,.in surprising fashion but England forged ahead again as Miss Jacobs dropped her sceond singles assignment. Yesterday she lost to Miss Tammers, Today her conqueror was Dorothy Round, former Wimbledon tltleholder, at 6-3, 6-4. : Accolades were heaped on Miss Jacobs and Mrs. Fabyan for registering the clinching victory, but the silent heroine o'f the series was Parolin Babcock of Los Angeles. Her brilliant play in yesterday's doubles match saved the United States from a shutout and today •> her 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 victory over Ruth Mary Hardwick, a newcomer in cup play, put Uncle Sam back In the running. Mrs. HMI Wins Western Title TOPEKA, Kas., June 13 (/P)—A rally befitting a champion late today won Mrs. Opal s. Hill of Kansas City her second consecutive women's Western open golf title. •Two down at 27 holes, she blazed a par trail down the home stretch of the 36 hole final match to defeat Mrs. Charles Dennehy of Lake Forest, 111., 3 and 2; The wispy Chicagoan, so frail in appearance it seemed she would wilt under the strain, gave the SCHUMACHER BEATS SKEETERS FOR TEXAS AMATEUR CROWN SAN ANTONIO, June 13 .(/P)— Donald Perry Schumacher, stocky and easy-going, ascended the Texas amateur golf throne today with a sparkling eight and six victory over William (Bill) Skeeters in the Texas golf association's 30th annual tuornament. Association officials hailed Schumacher as a real Texas Utlist for Skeeters represented municipal linksmen, permitted for the first time to compete in the association's state tournament. Both are from Dallas. Consistently stroking his way over the rolling San Antonio country club course in regulation figures, Schumacher led Skeeters one up at completion of the front nine and tightened even more to lead four holes at the turn of the 18th. Cracking par for 27 holes by one stroke, Schumacher definitely removed by a five hole advantage the-threat of Skeethers reputed last round stands, by which he had pulled through quarter and semifinal matches. Down five with a possible nine holes to regain it, Skeeters' game collapsed. He blew to a pair of buzzards on the 28th and 29th holes While Schumacher ambling along complacently with a peculiar walk, contented himself with a bogey four to win the 28th and another bogey five to take the next. Skeeters failed in a long putt on the last, taking a bogey five, while Schumacher dropped a six- footer to win the hole, the match and the title. Roy Shrill of Temple lost to Ous Groos of San Antonio, 11 and 9, In the consolation championship match of 36 holes, s David (Spec) Goldman of Dallas, a favorite eliminated in the qualifying round, defeated young iverson Martin of Fort Worth, four and three for the first flight cup. LOCAL NEGROES TO OBSERVE 'JUNETEENTH' ON DIAMOND IN THE AMERICAN PHILADELPHIA, June 13. (/P)— The Athletics and Cleveland's Indians divided a double bill at Shibe park today. The A's took the opener 7 to 3, but were routed in the eight-inning nightcap, 19 to 1, as a parade of five Mack hurlers failed to halt the Tribe's 17-hit barrage. First game: Cleveland Philadelphia 000 100 101—3 6 0 030 220 OOx—7 12 1 Brown, Hudlin, Galehouse and Sullivan; Rhodes, Dietrich and Hayes. Second game: Cleveland 243 341 20—19 17 0 Philadephla .. 000 000 010— 162 Allen and Pytlak; Fink, Bullock, Maktenis, Moss. Gumpcrt, and Hayes, WASHINGTON, June 13. (/!>)— After two days of scoreless baseball, the White Sox today turned their heavy artillery loose on two Washington pitchers for a total of 16 hits defeating the Senators 15 to 2. Chicago 160 330 200—15 16 2 Washington Whitehead 000 000 101— 280 and Grube;> Linke, Russell, Weaver and Bolton. Detroit and New York, postponed, rain. "Juneteenth" will be observed by Pampa negroes with a baseball game between the Pampa Black* Cats, newly organized negro team, and the Oklahoma City Black Indians. Game time will be 3:30 o'clock at Road Runner park. A warm-up game Will be staged between the two teams Thursday night at 9:15 o'clock. Admission to games will be 40 cents-: for adults and 15 cents for children. The Pampa team was organized by Bertrancl Lewis who has had several years of baseball experience. He signed up players from several different places in Texas and Louisiana and has hopes of having a permanent team in Pampa. A former Kansas City Monarch hurler was located in Pampa and he has agreed to come out of retirement and take his turn on the mound. The former Monarch stai is Fred Sprooks. First string catchei of the team is J. Dee, who comos from Louisiana. Wilson King, a native of Greenville, Is another hurler and John Henry Kennedy of Fort Worth is relief catcher. The Oklahoma City team has been playing ball for three seasons. It is owned by F. T. Alexander. Negro baseball fans from many Panhandle towns and cities will come to Pampa for the two games. White fans will also be numerous, it is predicted, and a special section at Road Runner park will be reserved for- them. Kansas City veteran the battle of her life, and weary and wan, went down fighting on the 34th green, a desperate 40-foot putt to get a halve and stave off defeat stop ping six inches from the cup. NEWSPAPERS BOUGHT MARSHALL, June 13 (IP)— A. G. (Pat) Mayse, president of the North Texas Publishing company of the Marshall Morning News and Evening Messenger from Mrs. Jean Herrin Winsborough and Joe Herrin. The new owners took control of Paris, today announced purchase of the newspaper Saturady wtth -Bflcy sr-ftn -officer North- Texas Publishing company, as publisher and general manager. Mr. .Cross for the past seven years -the-Parts News, trt which Mayse is publisher. A new principle in aviation will be has been advertising manager of I tested starting June 12, when Monty 1 Dallas for Paris. G. Mason, aircraft corporation-'! utive, and Clyde E. Pangborn, flyli under the sponsorship of the Te Centennial exposition, hop Three hundred actors play a thousand roles in "Cavalcade oi Texas" at the Centennial exposition in Dallas. The play contains nearly 50 scenes, and covers more than 400 years of Texas history. 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