Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 25, 1959 · Page 9
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 9

Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, February 25, 1959
Page 9
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STRONG MAN—He's European heavyweight champion Ingemar Johansson (left), who had just arrived in New York, and Los Angeles sports promoter Bill Rosensohn is the impressed gent at right. Johansson is here to try for a bout with world heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson. HORSES WATCH HORSES —Two quarter horses race down the stretch at James D. Norris* farm near Miami, Fla., as a couple of other horses watch them (left). Former president of the International Boxing Club, Norris charges one dollar admission to these races. METHODS — Joe, Maxim (left), former light-heavyweight champion of the world, jabs at wrestler Corsica Joe during a match in Knoxville, Tenn. Now 36, Maxim performs as a wrestler. In his matches, however, he wears gloves and boxes while hia. opponent Wrestles. In thi^ match, Maxim was pinned by Corsica Joe in the fifth found. SPORTS AROUND THE WORLD PICTURE NEWS IN A STRAIGHT LINE—Eria Lehtonen, pretty 19-year-old Finnish gymnast, is Shown as she went thrp.uga.Ja, rugged series of routines during a gymnastics ''speptaciil^at Uni- READY TO ROLL— Tuning the motor, Tommy Benson, 9, makes a last- REACHING—In Caracas, Venezuela, the local team's catcher, Balbino Hinojosa, is stretching versity Park, Pa. She's with a troupe of Finnsl'who'are tour- 5 : year-old brother Billy sits at the wheel of their makeshift "hotrod 1 fn* 4 V* M. U.r.11 V. •«£,*•..* «!_.d Al_~ A ~ ... _„ _i: J • - .. rrt _ i . » * . _ i . . r i->. . * . *n • t r 1 ' !_.— ^l.—.T'fC' ** U J*..^.*_._._A.— U 1.~!_! ~* At. _ IF* .-Itf ^fA^'i 1 * ^Li. . _1 __Ili _' t^_ -.1«. _ ~J "RiT*-. J A V<*» 4-L* «IH ft nft 4\* n **-t*o*-»eit**' in fni'Viii'-inorl f\f ft "l/"\t f\{ , f\\f\ for the ball before putting the tag on sliding Tato Morales, of Puerto Rico. Venezuela won the baseball championship in the Eighth Central American-Caribbean Games by 8-7. t-minute check, while in Dorking, Surrey, ing the U.S. and were entertaining the PenCIState'-Studerits, England. Made by their dad, the "racer" is fashioned of a lot of old scraps. GOING LIKE 60—And no wonder, for Belgian news photographer Rick De Sonnat marked his 60th birthday by diving from a bridge into the Tiber River in Rome, Italy. He even took a swim in the river, and had enough wind left to blow out the 60 candles on his birthday cake in one try. IN MID-AIR — But not there to stay is 16-year-old Judy Scott, who's bouncing off a trampoline in Silver Springs, Fla., where she seems able to repeal the law of gravity, Judy has already won a few beautv contests, and it looks like she's now practicing for one in outer space. HERE'S A COLD ONE —Roaring across the finish line ahead of other racers still back in the curves at Cortina D'Ampezzo, Italy, Otto Mathc, of Germany, pilots a Volkswagen Junior 1100 to victory. This took place in the first of n series of race car events on ice. Tuva were equipped with special chains and spike? to "bite' 1 into the ice. FOR HAPPY EATING—On a balmy d Pat DeAngelo (left) and Carol Evans pot out their fhhinp rods. Then the nearby Sau^alito and caught a pair of •iy in Mill Valley, Calif., put on their shorts and ,• In ;id;-d for a pier at jack smelt. 'V i*. EVER I'PWABW As workmen in Rome tighten the supports atop the upper section of the sports palace being constructed for the I960 Olympic Games there, they somewhat resemble mountain climbers. A mammoth dome more than 300 feet i& <jitp>st?f will top th*»tructitr* which is expected to cost more than three million dollars when it's completed. GOOD AS EVER — Right back at the microphone is Roy Cam panel la, broadcasting his radio program, "Campy's Corner," in New York. The baseball star recently escaped injury in another auto accident not far from the spot where he had the crash that left him paralyzed some months ago. HERE'S HOPING— Apparently p;a\ing that her te Legette (center) clones her eyes as Evelyn Cummin.- mate-female basketball game m San Francisco, Ca the Texas Cowgirls, but girls lost by two points m ammate's shot w.ll readies an underhand iif. The Pri-p Coache a sudden-death make it, Barbarf *hot in the annual . All-Staj's

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