Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 18, 1936 · Page 7
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JUNE i&, 1986 THE PAMPA CAttY NEWS, Pampa. T«ft§ PACK SEVEN .,-..» --,-, With Bees As Browns Beat A?s 14 fa o Davis Shows Well at Hot Corner BK SID FEDER, Associated Press Spoi-fe Writer. While Frankie Prison and the St. touifclBar'dinoil Ivofry department ht<s tieeft hunting here, them, and everywharfl: JWr; a;Bp>be infleldw to stand up uttdfeK: the strain, of; the National lBaju*pac6i the answer to its problems may, have been hiding on the roster all the time, behind a catcher's mask and body protector. Any^ray, . Pfisoh has found out thraugh the simple expedient of inserting; Big Virgil DaVis. into the infielfT lineup that the six-foot nustty, whose entire 10-year career In organized baseball has been at baottstop, can take over the third basitig job as If he had been bom to it. The discovery comes at a time, too, when. Davis can be spared from the ciaitcfaing department, now thut Bookie Bruslo Ogrodowski has taken over -.so capably. An< umpire's exile order for Prlsoh andi"Llppy" Leo Durocher after an argument uncovered Davis, as a- por fcenttal hot corner guardian, late in the first game of yesterday's double- Header, Which the Cardinals split Wtih the Boston Bees, taking the second game 10-2 after dropping the opener 9-C. Ordered out of the game, 'FMsch looked over the few possibilities, then called on Davis, and the; big fellow wound up the afternoon at third by accepting five chances, without a. flaw, and,, in addition,, helping himself to three hits in the nightcap, driving* in four runs. TWO other factors, however, more than offset; the break in discovering flavis' infield- possibilities. One was a< hand injury which may keep Roy Harmelee out of pitching action for several days. The other was a half game slice off the gas house gang's National league lead. This cut off the pace setting edge to two games came about through the 13th straight victory for the hot Chicago Cubs, who found the going tough against the Phillies, but pulled out a 5-3 decision .neverthe-- less, chiefly through the stlckwork of young Ken O'Dea. The lead of the New Yankees in the American league didn't, suffer, however, for the revived 'murderers' row," with Charley Rtiffing and Monte Pearson leading the batting barrage as well as doing the pitching, belted the Cleveland, Indians 15-4 and 12-2 in a twin, bill, while the second place Boston Bed Sox, were taking their one game; 9.-*,. o«er the Chicago White Sox, with, Jimmy Foxx clubbing his 17th homer. 'The double defeat sank the Indians to a fourth place tie with the injury-ridden Tigers, as the Washington Senators turned back the world champions 2-1 in a game called In eight innings because of darkness, to advance to third place in the standings. , For sheer dizziness, however, the Sit. Louis Browns' 14-13 victory over tBe Athletics had them all stopped. On the short end of a 13-3 count ging into the seventh, the Browns suddenly came to life and piled 11 runs across the plate in three innings. The Pittsburgh Pirates found the Brooklyn Dodgers easy for the second straight day, as Bill Swift pitched seven-hit ball for a 14-5 victory,, while, the still slipping New Yorlf" : Giants were unable to hit with any consistency, and fell before the Cincinnati Reds 4-2. FACTS ABOUT FIGHT NEW YORK, June 18 (/I')— Salient facts toout the big fight: Principals — Max .Schmeling; of Ciermahy vs. Joe Louis, Detroit. .Length of bout— 15 rounds to a decision. Fight scene— Yankee stadium, New York.-. : : '.Promoters— Twentieth Century Sporting club, Mike Jacobs, promoter and general manager. Matchmaker Tom McArdJe. i Probable attendance— 80,000. • Probable gate receipts— $700,000. ; Probable weather— Showers. / 5 Fighters' share — Schmeling and touts each to receive 30 per cent of net receipts, Winner to. get title chance against J. J. Braddock.' {probable weight' of principals— Schmeling 193; Louis 202. "Referee and Judges— To be named KY ; Boxing commission day of v '' ' ' : : ' ' ' ' BASEBALL STANDINGS LEAGUE Results Yesterday Chicago 5, fehlladeiphjft 3. Cincinnati 4, New IrSfk 2. Pittsburgh. 14, Brooklyn 5. St. Louis 6-10, Boston 9.-2. Standings Today Club— •• . W,. 1J. Pet St, Louis •. 36 20 .643 Chicago' 33 21 .611 Pittsburgh 33 23 .580 New, VorJc 30 25' .545 Cincinnati 28 28 .500 Boston 28 3a .44E Philadelphia 20 38 .345 Brooklyn 20 39 .33(j Schedule Today Chicago at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at New York. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. St, Louis at Boston—two games. AMERICAN LEAGUE Results Yesterday Boston 9, Chicago 4. • Philadelphia 13, St. Louts 14, Washington 2, Detroit 1. , New York 15-12, Cleveland 4-2. >. Standings Today Club— W, L. Pet, 'New York 36 18 .879, ! Boston 35 22 .625 : Detroit 29 29 .500 Washington 29 29 .500 Cleveland ... 28 ie' .500 Chicago 26 '28 .481) .Philadelphia 20 34 .370 .Sb, Louis 17 36 ,321; Schedule Today, Washington at Detroit. ' New York at Cleveland. Boston at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. TEXAS LEAGUE. Results. Yesterday Oklahoma; City 5, Dallas 3. Galveston 6, San Antonio 5. • Tulsa 4, Port Worth 8. Beaumont 4;. Houston. 5. Standings Today Club— W. L. Pet, Dallas ...40 26 .606 Beaumont 36 24 .600 Houston 34 28 .562 Oklahoma City . '. — 35 28 . 55<j Tulsa 37; 3i .544- San Antonio 23 34 .404 Galyeston 24 39, .381 Worth 22. 42 .344. Schedule. Today Galveston at San Antonio. Tulsa at. Fort Worth. Oklahpma 'Glty at) Dallas, . Beaumont at Houston. (All 'night games.) . , . • YpMcke.t prices — Admissions $3.50. reserved' seatej*5.75, $11.50, $16.50, FOR SALE! •Bargains that are out(Banding. 'Used Ice Refrigerators ; $2.00«ndup. i Used Me Kee Everoold $25,00 .nd up. Used Frigidaire ' $39.50 and up. Used Trucolds $40.00 and up Used General Electrics •> $78.00 wid up of Other Bargain* Refrigerator Exchange $27.50 and ringside $40, including al tases. Fight time—approximately 8 p m. (CST). ^i ' YESTERDAY'S STARS (By The Associated Press) Chaiiley Ruffing and Lou Ge"hrig, Yanks—Former hit two homers and pitched fifth straight win in opener of doubleheader victory over Indians, and Gehrlg had homer, triple and-single in nightcap; Ernie Lombard!, Reds—Hit home run with two on in 4-2 triumph over Giants. Bill Swift, Pirates—Limited Dodgers to seven hits and hit home in 14-5 victory. Lyn Lary, Browns—Batted in winning run against Athletics. Johnny Stone, Senators—His home run broke up pitching duel for 2-1 win over Tigers. Wes Ferrell, Red Sox—Pitched White Sox to defeat and hit homer in 9-4 victory. • Dick Powell has sung an average of five songs a day for the last 10 years. Yes, he sings even in the bath tub- RUBBER GAME WILL BE BY two ' Pampa baseball tans- wljl have. an opportunity to show the: Bason Oiler baseball team of Enid, Okto.. that they support their, team as strongly as the Oklahomans- support theirs tomorrow night at Boad Ennner park whan the Piunoa- Danciger Road Burmers and the Eason OUiers. meet in the deciding game of the. Iive<-gahi4 series. Crowds at Road Runner park this season have been disappointing. The Pampa. nine has been displaying a brand of ball far above the average. Manager. Sam Hale has his boys hustling all the. time. and as a result, they have won more, games than they have lost, to date. The team may not be as strong as It was last year. A look at the records, however, shows, that it has won more games. This year's aggregation may: lack colorful players but It has replaced them with a bunch of hustlers that have been winning ball games where they might have been lost. Tomorrow night's game will be at 8:30. -o'clock. Admission will be the, same as usual, 40 cents for men and 25 cents for womea. Manager Sam Hale will have four hurlers ready to send against the Oilers in an effort to take the fifth and deciding' game. Big .Gene Ledford, who won a 3 to 0 game Sunday afternoon, will have the inside track, with Carl Stewart Sam Gray and Gaorgq Bulla also in line. Bespectacled Andy Bednar wil be sent back against the Road Runners, Manager Nick Urban announced this morning. Bednar heal the Boad Runners In Enid and losl here. His fa'st ball should give the birds all the ijrcxible they want. The games heije last Sunday am Monday \yere unusual. The Pam-v pans' won In?, fhrst game, 3 to 0, fl,nd, lost the seqpnd by the same score. The opening battl^ was staged in; one hour and 30 ijjinutes and the second in one hour and 35, minutes/ A disastrous second inning cost the QUers' a 9 to 5 "game in Borger last night. With two men away, the Oiler infield went into a huddle and no one' handled the ball cleanly. Huber then proceeded to go wild and sent six runs across the plate. Old Pete Stegman was in rare .form In hurling Huber to victory, He was opposed ' by John King, young fireball hurler.. The twp teams will meet again tonight. John Glowers, veteran portsider who bested the Road Runners here Monday night, will be on the mound for Enid. He will be opposed by Byron Chody, ace of the Huber hurling corps. The Enid baseball team is making its headquarters in Pampa and .playing from here, so well do they like this city. ! ' HILL'S Shop First at Hill's ONE URGE mi $25.00 REWARD Will be paid by the manufacturer for any Corn GREAT CHRISTOPHER Corn Cure cannot remove. Also removes Warts and Callouses. 35c at Cretney Drug Store. —adv. While On Your Vacation ... Keep Up With The News From Home! We'll folpw you ... on your vacation, ao you won't be "gveen" about home town when your trip is over. And it will CQSJJ; extra, just the regular price of IBc.jner Phone the NWS or tell your carrier. PHONE 66 PAMPA DAILY NEWS COT7GB Values to 69c 33 c Make all your summer clothes . . . and the children's too, of these very select cottons, in authentic "couturier" patterns. Boys' Tom Sawyer SLACKS In Icnub cloth or crash, grey, blue or tan plaids. Pleated fronts, sanforized shrunk. |00 & 1 Belted chic, silly strings of painted wooden beurls or the Tallyho tie of English descent, the accessory is as important 11. is summer as the Nelly Don frock it adorns. See these trim notes on cottons, linens, or synthetic crepes from— 1 95 to Men's t'tvncy dress «>x. Novelty patterns or solids. Buy ten pairs at this low prior.. MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Full cut, fast color, sleeves •3:1 lo 35 lengths, collars arc of no wilt process. POLO SHIRTS For men and boys, short sleeve, one and two button collars in colors of white, yellow and Blue. LADIES' Ladies Summer ,'Oclcon Millinpry tfor the well dressed lady, all, the newest summer shades and shapes. 1 00 MEN'S PANTS 1 I 45 95 LADIES' WHITE One special rack of Indies' novelty shoes and sandals." $1 OB val- .ies. BLOUSES In lace cloth, Blister sheer, and broadcloth. These Blouses are former $1.00 and''$1:98 value. Limited supply. 1 ' : ' 79 CRYSTAL CLEAR, SHEER AND RINGLESS HOSIERY WELL REINFORCED! Pies* Pants all sunfniUncJ shrunk, in lengths from 30 lo 36, plaids, stripes and solids. $149 MEN'S SUMMER TIES One . large raelc of inen's wa$h- ab.Je pummel 1 ties. A complete . selection.' ,--•:•• For too MEN'S Summer Unions r, w- .' long of 88-88 count fabric reinforce^ ribbed back, extra full double flap seat, siz- 49 New Summer Shades Including Misty Marimba, Toasty M0on Dust, Burnt Copper, Sunburn, Beige and Tango. Organdies, Prints & Voiles 36-inch material, all fast color, values up to 25c, limit of 4 yards Lo the customer. Come early— 5 Yard LADIES' Hew "Walled" The box toe must be relied up in the finished shoe to reproduce and preserve the clean-cut antl well-defined lines of the WaUecj Last. In T-straps and pumps. MEN'S Just tUe thing* («r vacaUon Oflve" )n all sizes ........ < lift

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