Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 27, 1959 · Page 9
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 9

Pampa, Texas
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Friday, February 27, 1959
Page 9
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PAMPA &AIW? NEWS V Tracksters Open At Fort Stockton <* MAY SIGN — Mickey Mantle, right, New York Yankee centerfielder. Is expected to sign his contract today with the cluh, tie reported to their training camp for talks, and h0 had said he wouldn't report until he was ready to sign. Here, he is shown several days ago with a young fan, at his Dallas bowling alley. Mantle Expected To Come to Terms £T, PETERSBURG, Fla. (UPI) —Mickey Mantle is expected to accept a compromise raise to an estimated ?SO,000 today when he confers with General manager Oeorje Weiss of the New York Yankees. 8-Man Team Makes Trip FORT STOCKTON (Spl) — Dwaln Lyons' Pampft traekslara will anter their first meet of the season hare Saturday — the Co- manohe relays. Lyon« will take eight boys with him to Fort Stbckton for the first meet of the season. They will compete In seven events. Tommy Locke will run In the 440 and mile relay; Rex Wlllinms will run In the hurdles and the mile relay, and throw the shot; Charles Warren will enter h o t h hurdlej races, and Buddy Rawls will run the 440 and the mll« relay. Dwain Urbanczyk wfll enter the mile relay and the 220 and Bill Brown will throw both the shot and the discus. John dross and Bill King will be entered in the mll« run. Lyons was pessimistic about his team's chances in Saturday's meet. The squad has been able to work out only In sweat suits, because of bad weather, and been slow getting in shape to run. Cousy Breaks Mark Set By George Mikan BOB COtlSY ... passes big George Basketball Results United Press International East Manhattan 70 St. John's 6S Qneonta St. 80 Genessee St. 41 66 Rhode Island 60 that Mantle would agree to terms because he sa'.d repaatedly ha would not report to the Yankees' spring train-j middle. fn» site until ha was ready to sign. The 27-year-old, slugger Hew In from Dallas, Tex., Thursday night and is expected to show up at this morning's workout. It was understood that Mantle, who batted .304 and hit 42 homers last season, originally was offered a slight cut from hlP estimated $75,000 contract. Mantle countered with a bid for $85,000 and now both sides are believed ready to split the difference down the races, in their last workout before the Comanche Relays. (Some of the sprinters turned In , fairly good times, but as a whole Lyons was displeased with their showing. Several Panhandle area teams will be entered In Saturday's meat, including squads from some of the Amarillo schools. Carol Heiss Wins Fourth Skate Title COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo. (UPn—The great Carol Heiss von her fourth consecutive world women'* figure skating championship Thursday night With ease despite , determined, talented challenges from Austria's Hanna Walter and Sjqukje Dijkstra of the Netherlands. ........ Miss Helss, of an Oaona Mantle, the American League's Most Valuable Player In 1958 and 1957, is the world, champions' only remaining major holdout. & Fat Chance They Hare! Friona Downs Does, 56-48 — Friona became the third team this year to 'beat the White Deer Does. The • Pittsburgh 72 Westminster 68 Brandeis 77 Worcester Tech 75 Union 79 Bellarmine 71 Oswego Tchrs. 60 Brockport 47 Albany St. 83 Buffalo 83 lona 65 St. Francis (N.Y. )58 South Southern Conference Tournament First Round West Virginia 100 Davidson 65 George Washington 85 Vir. Tech 67 Citadel 88 Furman 88 William tf Mary 87 Richmond 69 Virginia St. 86 Elizabeth City 79 N.C. College 77 Winston Salem 72 American U. 80 Washington Coll 60 Baltimore U. 67 Lynchburg 63 Valdosta St. 72 Berry 57 Point 67 Blon 49 L.I3FOHS (Spl) — Any re- I District 1-AA champs whipped the semblance between what ;|'DOCS here Thursday, 56-48. !;'* happens nl the Civic Center "• I;?': tonight mill biuketlwll gnm- ('':'•: o», won't lie eoiiwlilentjil, like i jj they »ny in I!IB movie*. It I'! will be fitntiiNllr. The fat men of the I.ioiiK Club will, he the skinny men, and the (at women will ho playing the -rt She wore a resplendent red costume, sparkling with rhlnesumes • t the rlBts and neck. "I'm very pleased," Carol said. "A fourth world title is reiilly •ornethlng." Miss Walter, the current European champion, ranked only Jifth In Thursday night's free skating, partly because of a fall. But she had earned enough points at compulsory figures, to nail down second place. in e |i «•'!! "he".ferry Juoobn, HIM f Watson. Wesley Dftnlul, Bud I Cumberledge, Frank Kirk, ^ Karl Atkinson, »nd John IIP Archer. Going for tbe fat ,| men \vill bo Buy | Aubrey CurUon, H. J. '« cr, .1. K. Montgomery, Wtvl- X tor Klllott. Clyde Trusty, It. j I E, McDonald, nnd Ocorge | Piiflc-nn. Other plivyeg may U5be added hy gnme time. The game was a bl - district l.warmup for both squads. The IjDoes, champions of 2-A, meet | Sunray at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in * the Borger Junior High Field House, for the bi-district title. Frt- ona will play Abernathy In bi-district. Joan Magness led the Friona team to victory with 30 points. For the Poes, Mfiry Ann Fre&man scored 26 and Marilyn K o t a r a hooped 19. 11 The Does, who are now 20-3 for the year, went through district play with a 12.0 record. They have to Friona, a AA team || italler at every position; to Ab- I ernathy, another AA district 'I|champ; and to Claude, a sharp l! class B squad. Press International Bob C o u a y, having passed George Mikan's scoring total, now (a setting his sights on Dolph Sohayes' Still-soaring all - time record In the National Basketball Association. Cousy became the second-highest scorer in the NBA with 11,778 points—14 more than Mikan's career total—Thursday night as Boston defeated the Philadelphia. Warriors, 125-109, in the opener j of a Syracuse doubleheader, Schayes, in his llth season of pro ball, scored 31 points to lead the Syracuse Nationals to a 130. lit upset win over the St. Louis Hawks in the second game. The former NYU star's point sprp.s raised his lifetime total to 13,944. Cousy, who has played two pea- sons less than Schayes, passed Mikan on his second basket of! the game midway in the second period. The Celtics built a 83-57 halftlme lead and pulled away after Intermission as Cousy kept hitting the target. He scored ]7 for the game, sharing honors with Tom Helnsohn and Frank Ramsey, each with 21, and Bill Russell with 19. Paul Arlzin topped the Warriors With 26, followed by Woodie Sauldsberry's 25. Sauldsberry set a War Memorial mark with 11 ifield goals in the first half. Bucks, Plains Meel Saturday UJBBOCK (Spl) — The White Deer Rucks meet Plains, the de- of the lourn, Centenary 80 Miss. Southern 71 | JW. Car.~77 Atlantic Christian fil| N. Car. A&T 84 Hampton Inst. 791 Loyola (Md.) 70 Rand- Macon 61 ;0glethorpe 62 West Georgia 28 Midwest Hope Coll. 22 Olivet Coll. 8 Cincinnati 88 Duquesne 60 West Utah St. 81 Montana 78 'Utah 76 Brighsm Young 74 1 . BNTF.RS IG1A NEW YORK (UPI)—Ed Collymore of Villanova has entered the j 60-yard dash in Saturday night's! IC4A. indoor track championship! at Madison Square Garden. Colly-! more also will anchor the Villanova mile relay squad. In the other chu*s A firsf round game, SHverton pl&yg Mnrfa at 3 a.m. The winners of these t w o games ploy for the regional chain- pionship at 7:3fl p.m. Saturday, The regional winner w'll go to the state meet in Austin, March 5'8-7. i The Bucks Ureeied through j District 2-A with a 13-0 record, and | edgeil Grwver, 67-66, In bi-dfstrlcti Tuesday. They have Io§t only one game this year, their season opener. STEWA~S)S~siiRPENb~TRAINER I LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Santa I Anita's Board of Stewards haa suspended trainer Thomaa C. Dente for the balance of the meet- Ing, bactfuse of "unethical prac-' tices in the sale of horses."! Watches * Clock* Ripoirtd All W»?fc 4ft YMr? Sly irtrf • • • ly irtrf Nltt • o«t B«ttsi> AH wjJtohw cft lefcirpnle «fVUe fer u«»» <M9 K. 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