Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 1, 1959 · Page 9
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, . . ^ ,^. , ... .. ,...... ........ ...... . . .. .. ., ,,J Goodbye, Odessa; Hello, Austin) GRIN BUSINESS Harvesters Swamp Odessa In Regional Final, 73-56 By KE» OftTGOS Dally News Sport* Editor Pampa jumped on Odessa'* under McNeely. The Harvesters played their ths basket; Gmdorf hit ft set Shot; Coyle Winborn connected on a greatest ball of the yeaf in theijump shot from the free throw first quarter, and It seemed that ! Bronchos here Saturday night and the Bronchos never knew ^hat hit ,rode them down In the first quar.| them _ At lhe two mlnute maj% the ter, to take a surprisingly easy Marvestera led only 8 . 3( but then 73-5fl victory and move into the 1 -- * state tournament at Austin March -ft-7. The Harvesters won their 42nd the {un fte g an> line; and Gindorf went under for his third bucket in less than three minutes. When the smoke cleared, PAtnpa, was leading 19-6, and the ball game Craig Wlnburn took a rebound wa * ovep *° f a » practical pur 4 *»V» AJt**Tl,t»l,^ItJ T» \Sll III W>1 T*»IVA I .^ ., *_ *-• * * t 1» straight game, and their 29th of ™- , D ° n Brownlee named to the the year The loss snapped a 29.) all-state team Saturday, tossed In and tossed in a basket, making it P°"*s. The Harvesters went on to game winning streak for Odessa. | The trip to the state tournament ! will be the sixth in the last seven 'years for Clifton McNeely's Har a free throw, but that was to be take leads of 26-11 after the first quarter, 46-25 at halftlme, 68-44 at the end of three quarters. The Ivesters. Pampa has won three state.Charles Minor stole the ball and [Championships in those seven went under for a layup; Mack years, and has won 301 games Layne pushed one In from tinder , the last Odessa scoring for several Broncs played on fairly even terms during the second half, but never came closer than 12 points. Coyle Winborn, Pampa's all stater forward, lived up to his reputation by dunking 18 points, as minutes. Bob Gindorf hit a short set shot; Cinder Squad Takes Beating FORT STOCKTON (Spl) — Pam-imy Locke and Buddy Rawls had 5lst Yeaf THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1959 9 Klick Pezdirlx purey pay he hit from all over the court. Mack Layne hit 15 points, despite the fact that he was pulled for the entire third quarter because of having four fouls. Minor, the Harvesters' all-atatfi guard, hit three field goals and 'seven of eight free throws for is Harvester Field House, that points. Craig Winborn scored 12 many of those were gobbled One evening not many hours ago, just as we were ing on a vast cargo of calories in preparation for a heavy night's slumber, the telephone buzzed its usual interruption! "Why," demanded an irate voice on the other end, "Why : isn't there enough tickets to go around for the Odessa gafrta'; here?" We almost choked on an ice-cube and politely Informed the voice it was a simple matter of arithmatic.. .that there were only about 2,500 seats in pa'.i eight-man trad; team narrowly averted n shutout here Saturday in the Comanche Relays, as Hex Williams placed fourth in the 3>IO.O. points and Gindorf contributed 11. Phil Gist, subbing for Layne in the third period, rounded out the scoring with four points. The Harvesters' were almost 53.8 and 5).5, respectively, in the!perfect In every phase of their 440-yard dash. The mile relayjgame Saturday. They completely learn finished with a time of (Controlled the hoards, hit 63 per up automatically by season ticket holders, that the deserving students devoured many other seats and that 400 stubs were sent to the good people in Odessa. And let's don't delay my flank 120-yard high hurdles with a. time John Crops and Bill King failed j and seldom let Odessa get a of 15.6, for Pampa's only point. to get out of their heats in the {decent shot. The Harvesters cap- Paul Brown and Williams both! mi le run. Dickie Walking threw lured 43 rebounds to Odessa's 19, reached the finals in the shot, as'the discus 135 feet, 11 Inches, each threw -17 feet, 7 inches. Tom- ! Own in Urbanczyk and Terry cem of their field goal attempts.; attack on the broccoli any Winborn, Minor on All-State 1st Team Winborn Leads in Balloting With 28 Points Out of 30 United Prow International the team's tallest man at 8-7, was I next In line with 19 points, while The Pampa Harvesters, defend-j M , nor Houaton Bellaire's 6-2 Tom ing Mate champions, placed two Pennk , k Der)tolV8 64 Dwaln men on the Texas Sports Writers, Rlncy an(J Odessa's 6-1 Don Assn.'8 1959 Class AAAA all-state Brownlee all polling- 15 points schoolboy baskelball leam. i each to ,. oum , out lhe fjrst team The mythical team, composed i Ulney Top Scorer i solely of seniors, was a six-man! The first six players all scored j outfit due to a four-way tie in i n double figures wilh Minor's the vollng for Ihree positions. jlt.O-polnl average represenUng The champion Harvesters, who the lowest mark. However, Minor ran up 28 straight victories with- suffered a shoulder injury (it mid- 1 out a defeat going into their Sat-j season which handicapped his j urday night game with Odessa's'scoring ability, j untarnished Broncs, placed 6-41 Rtney was the top scorer with & 1 Coyle Winborn and 5-11 Charlie a 23.8-point average, followed by j Minor, on the team with Winborn Rosick with 22.7, Pennick with ""* ' being the top vote-puller with 28 18.0, WI«K-^« "-HH 17 a =nH out of a possible 30 points. Fort Worth Poly's Don Rosick, .__..- jHaralson ran in the mile relay, and Urbanczyk also ran the 220. Midland won the meet with longer, ok! "Well, I was just wondering, retorted the voice. "I've points, and Andrews took second I Stanley Winter and James Bird' song, two unsung Broncs, kept and had shooting percentages of j T f j t f ,, f tif , kpT< , fnr 69 percent in the first quarter, 70! 8 ot a . "?«>tUll 01 tICKetS lOr percent In the second. 41 percent!"^ family, but my Auntie 'Mandy up from Houston wanted to go out, cause she in the third, and 57 percent in the fourth. ain't got nothing much better to do." place with 17 points. Winners In each event, wtthjOdcssa from going completely toj There W8S little loeic in times, are a, fol.o'ws: 100 yard [piece. Winter leeI OdessaJ-corlngj^ ^^ ^^ g^, dash, Roberts of Carlsbad, N.M.,|wUh 17 points, and Birdsong net- 99; high hurdles, Wnolever, Sny-'ted 15. All - state Don Brownlee der, 14.6: 440-yard dash, Mason, managed to hoop 13 points, but Levelland. 51.1; low hurdles, Wool- i second team all-stater Jack White, HOMER CRAIG ... ticket trouble ; ever, Snyder, 19.8. I 220-yard flush. Nelson, Andrews, the Broncs leading season scorer, was held to three points and didn't 1 22.1; mile relay, Andrews, 3:24.6; get a field goal until the fourth 440-rclay, Andrews, 43.3; shot put, ;quarter. I Martindale. San Angelo. 54 - 11 12 :| Saturday's game was the finest 'broad jump, Jones, Midland, 21-R; effort turned by the Harvesters high jump. Geise, Midland, 5-10; (this year, and according to some discus. Johnson, Tasco.'a, 181-3. 'observers one o( the best games Only a fraction of the Pampa ever P la >' ed ^ a Pftm P a team ' business manager Homer Craig's ear-pans are already numb with comments about the lack of tickets available for the Harvester - Bronco clash last night. Most of the jibes have been in good - natured joking fashion, however, with the Pampa populace realizing only so many seats can be sat in track squad was entered here. Dwaln Lyons trackstera have had little chance to work out under actual meet condlllons. because of Bronc Riders inclement weather. They ran sweat suits last week. In McMullin In Links Lead Pampa (73) Winborn, Cr. Gindorf Layne Winborn, Cy. Minor Gist Carter Timms Terrell Wise Totals f(T 9 5 7 7 3 2 0 0 0 0 29 ft 2-2 1-2 1-1 4-4 7-8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 15-17 P' 4 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1? tp 12 11 1 18; 13 4 0 0 0 0 73 17.8 and COYLE WINBORN ... top man on team Bucks ion, 5249 Winborn with Brownlee with H.5. Odessa also placed a man on the second team 5-<i Jackie White, who averaged 20 points per game for the Broncs Other, members of the second unit were Dallas Jefferson's 6-2 Dnve Som-j erville, El Paso Bowie's 6-3 Nolan; Richardson, Wichita Falls' 6-1 | Garland Bailey and Houston Mil-| by's B-9 Alton Adams. ' Richardson, who was also a second team choice in 195S and j the closest thing to a repeater on j either of the two teams, averaged' 23.4 for the season, while Bailey • I; CHARLES MINOK ... 15 points in voting BATON ROUGE, La. (UPI1 — Young John McMullin slumped to Odcwa (.16) a ono-over-pnr 73 in the second White round of the $15.000 Baton Rouge Brownlee Open Golf Tournament Saturday, i Harris but managed to retain a one'Wlnler stroke lend midway through the Birdsong 72-hole tourney. Cox The 23-year-old Fair Oaks, Calif. Glast I youngster posted a 35-3.H score for Totnls his first above par round of the ' meet. He scored a seven-under- Score by Quarter* jpur 65 Friday for a 36-hole total! Pampa flC 1 B I 5 6 1 0 ft 1-3 1-1 4-4 7-7 3-4 0-0 0-0 so many rumps. And Craig can always answer back.. ."Lcokie here where was you when the season tickets were put on isale?" • Anyway, if you wanna see the Harvesters in their last . two games of the season. . .at Austin Friday and Saturday/," i start hustling ducats today by phoning Gregory Gym. That * i way you can't lose like some did in Pampa's fiery 73-56 win P f *P | last night in the season finale at home. No Neon On Mac's Name! They're already breaking- foss'Fort Worth Star-Telegram writer, sticks at lhe shrine of lhe lilllc McNeely was asked the secret of dark-headed man and he ain't so:his tremendous success, much as won the state champion-) "I'm not sure," he said. "I don't ship again. | think we concentrate on basketball Clifton McNeely has been get-!more than anyone else does. Our ting a hero's press in tie down workouts usually last about two state papers the past two weeks hours, but never more than two 'as a host of writers, heretofore 1 and a half hours. We've just been ^unaware of his 300 victories blesaad with some awfully good ^against only 34 defeaU, have be-i kids. And now Ihoy're kind of in ' gun clasping hi mto Iheir collec-'that winning Iradilion." " live breasl bones and attending | Aftar winning his second vital ' him with salaams and warwhoops. j coin-flip in nine days lasl Wednes- 2 And well might they break out day eve In Lubbock, McNeely 10-19 14 56 1« '!0 V'i IS — 13 'of 138. I Odpsia II 14 19 U — 56 Jefferson, Miiby Win Spots In Class 4A State Tourney the brass bands and rap the snare,laughed, "Maybe I ought lo quit drums into lhe early morning j the coaching profession and be. hours for here is a man, who come a gambler. I might make without neon on his name like it! more money thai way." should have been through his pastj Here's one guy who'd hate to three state titles, has chosen to see a talent like McNeely's go to slick with his convictions that a waste behind any "glass - lopped job worth doing is worth doing desk. If Clifton has to leave Pam- every day of Hie year. ipa, we're hoping lhe vacant Tex- Clifton knows you don't have 10,8s University job la filled by the have neon on your name to do an state's top schoolboy cage mentor, enlightening: job. j Covering a lot of territory, that In an interview lost week wilh a! bars none, gentlemen. Deilke 236, Coyle 234 I'nltfil I'rt--.s Inlrriuitliiiml Lipan S3 Pridcly 54 Pallas Jefferson, Houston 'Moody 5S Hawley IS averaged "ivo" and ^merville and 'MUby. K,i 5 o,e, Smiley ami South Blan!. 55 Eden 43 Adams 16 each so Valley Mills 42 LUBBOCK (Spl) —The defend-j throw line. ,,,.,.~ 6 ,.. - Antonio hecime the first ^regional champion Plains! ™™'^«??;«"l™^ m '"™*- „ , , . £.m."! Tn their" way US RE r,iON HI, aherman Cowboys broke a tie wilh f i v e; ond half, hilling only five of 20 Somerville was the only junior ..-h-olhov basketball 'ourn.-i- A i,. r> ,rt i- Fv-rman 38 Joints In lhe lut minute and a'field goal attempts, and scoring a, to cra . n either of the Iwo teams, f 1 * 16 S ^,, ^J"?' ' la ' J ™lc- J, if v ^^8! half here Friday night, to b e a t total of only 15 points. White; -„,. honorable mentions list in- "' ent ^av Kt M IwLv 6^ Poxon 45 Whit. Deer's Bu'ck, 52-49. JDeer wasable lo stop VViUiams in cluded: -'^of > ,^ and Milhy ^l^ I P™°p"r M Aie loss closed the season for '"« ^"nd half ' >> ut W * U . ~ ° , J'i Will Thompson, Big Spring; .: , 33 . 7 , earnefi Class AAAA berths UK,ION IV Kllgore the bi-district champion Bucks, , man took:over where he left off. Jonn Drlvel . iGarland; JoelRoe-; ttH lhe nallas tearrl nosed i>«t ! o nriM Hill MBIooimS Grove 34 who went through District 2-A wilh! and _the_Cow^s_ pulled Jo within: „„,.,, Dallfts 8outh_ Oak CUrt; _Roy iGir , in<1 „.„ at DallM ani , Milhv £"^"9 .^H "' (IV TVCttV 111 t V* V*Q H *^»WV« 4 X. fc««" '*•*••[ j * *|_ •*«•»"!»— —r----™ --— —. _— — „ , j *J HI 111 ( HI a 12-0 mark, edged Cruver 67-68 |°ne PO^ 1 - «'«. at tne end of the Menesea, Port Arthur; Mike Dur- hnorUe d out last year's flnahat .,...„ .., Bl , lkvi |, e .11 in bi-district play, and had a 17-2 third quarter. hanii Lutltin; Mult Heller. Tyler;.p ort Arthur M -38 at Beaumont. w ^ len b ' 9 K,ank«ton .5 record for the season. Friday's! The fourth quarter was nlp-and- Tom Moon, Galena Park; Carl: Ktlgore i26-3» eliminated ilreen- loss was in the regional tourna-|tuck all the way, until the Cow- Choate, Pasadena; Dick Deilke, vllle ai . 32 a , commerco. Smiley | boys finally broke through w i t h j Lubbock Monterey; Barry Oxford, lno ^ ollt Heaunmnl Frenrh 40-38 Clear Creek 72 NorthsidP iSan tonio) 57 RKGION 8—B Van Hom 46 Valentine 39 Wink 83 Balmorhea 39 KKGION 1— B (Championship) Hedley 47 Turkey 3S (Consolation) Adrian 75 Meadow 62 KKGIOX 4 B (Championship) jnent. ;oys nay ro r uoc onerey; ar , took White Deer's only other loss this their flve P°' nts ln the last min- Fort Worth Poly; David Stewart, at H vear was in Iheir season opener ute and a half - Tommy L * s t e rjHarlandale; Ue Kkh;ud*>n, toriio ' ^n* 1 * bucket In lhe la»l 10 sec-, plainview; Judd Holt, Denton; ( . 0 , CLASS AAA TOl RXKY KKt.ION I, Lubbiu k year was in tneir season opener Friday night's game avenged Plains' 46-14, loss to White Deer in ; tlie footbiill quarterfinals. j tol >' to Ihree points. The Burks led through most of.White Peer(49) fg ft the first three quarters, but the : Lester 2 0-1 tide turned when Ronnie Cade; Burns 3 0-1 fouled out In the third quarter. jKnlghl 8 0-0 Cade had scored 12 points, and: Bearden 3 5-7 his rirj Im-fiTienl, Tommy Powell, {Cade 3 6-6 f.uled to score the rest of the'Powell 0 0-0 19 11-10 I.) Himtsville and Soulh San An- trimmed Kingsville 54-45 at, Andrews 65 Graham 56 iverltrne) Woden 61 Bullard 56 (3rd place) Spring Hill si Maud 46 KKGION 1—B 1 (Championship) Hereford 56 Lake View 43 jSkiiimore-Tynan 42 San Isidro 31 game mark. | \\Tiat price gloiy'.' ! 95 field goals and 46 free pitches. I Pampa's Coyle Winborn, named Coyle had 89 field goals and 66 to the all-state learn along with free-throws. 'slick Charlie Minor Saturday. Pampa's Mack I^ayne was fourlh missed as much or more than an in conference scoring with 190 entire game during district play points and a 13.8 average behind wah reserves on the floor after Plainview's Lee Richards' even the Harvester shock troops had 200 points run up insurmountable si-ores. : In t'aci Pampa placed all five of ! Yet, the jump-shoolmg dead-eye Us starters In the top 23 scoring finished only two points behind list with Minor, who missed three Monterey's Dick Deilke in the games with a clipped wing, 23rd 3-AAAA individual scoring chase, at 109 points and a 9.9 average. i Deilke. thanks lo a big 36 point Bob Gindorf s 158 points and 11.S night against hapless Tascosa, average was good for tenth plae« wound up with 236 points snd a and Craig Winborn's US point* 18.8 average while Coyle was sec- and 83 average brought the jun- ond with 234 points and a 167 per ior forward 21st place with an 8.3 per game average. bucket In the lasl 10 sec-, Platnview; Judd Holt, Denton; i- 0 ,.j- )US Christi to win Class AAA! lulled onds lo cut Plains' margin of vie-!Dennis Carrett. Garland; Johnny ^,, rl h Sj | P' 1 3 1 4 5 1 '8 4 1 0 4 0 6 0 0 n ft 0-1 0-1 22 38 3-6 2-2 0-2 0-1 10-32 [>f 3 0 1 0 1 4 1 I 11 t|> 8 2 2 11 1/i 14 0 0 5J White Deer was also handicap-1 p,-d when Jeff Beanlen, ihe Bucks' .Plata* (32) j,,-h scorer, drew his fourth foul H. Meixner }" f lhe ihird quarter ami had lo, J Meixner j.-fjy conservatively from Ihen on.! Huddleston jvarden was held lo 11 points. jLattimore Ellis "Knight spearheaded the' P;i3k attack Friday night, with 16. points He scored eight of them in t la first quarter, to lead While, peer to a 16-10 first quarter lead.' The Buck? increased their lead; to JO points »t on* time in lh» second quarter, but Plains, led by <M all-stale center Jim Williams.' led lo within four points at h*lf- '• M.iKIKK TCn'BNEY time. 34-30. j QUANTICO, Va. Whit« Deer hit 34 Of 20 ahoU; which had ft season 32-2 record, '•cm the floor in the first half, opposes Sen Diego. Calif., which s..\ uf eig.U fiee throws, while, roa up a. 32-fi matk. Monday night division. C ms hit on'y 37'enl fiom Uic'in (he fust IOUIK! of the All- lej;e ranks floor anj 90 peuunt Iriuu tae fre«,Maime basketball i Fowler. Fort Worth Poly; Gaylan jj'storth. San Antonio Jefferson; Bill j.RobincUe, Port Arthur; Jack Wei- g don, Galena Park; Benny John- ]8 son, Dallas Adamson; Ray Vann, .j Texutkana; Marcello Guiterrez, j., Brownsville: David Bremer. I'or- I pus Christi Millt-r; Ranino Villegas. McAllen; Oonzalo Molina. Laredo. , High School Cage Scores Border Olympics Slated Friday Eddie I'nited Pri'»* St-lK-iolboy Ba.ikeiball Result;): T1.VSS AAAA Dallas Jefferson 4 1 * Garland •!.'! Houstifii Milby 51 Port Arthur 3 Mi(allun» uf Au> UtHilOJV 1 \.\\\ Totals Score bv Quarten.: Wbifc»*Peer IS 18 » 8 — W 10 »l IS 10 — 5': 73 Odessa 5S 11-ASS AA\ .'*! (treenville ' LAREDO, Tex. (UPli SouUitrn of Texas and er Don of Southern Meth- pamja odist lead a jecord 1,072 entries in tne 27th annual Border Olyin- Kj | goie pics opening Friday. Smiley" 40 B^imr-m AH four defending champions SouUl \ San An! .,.,,,, 15 Bi'e amoiif the S8 schools entered . , ^-i>^ OPENS in the two-day meet, wh,oh opens | * Hawaii, the nation's outdoor track season. ! KKt.lON 1. I'an \ on Tlie University of Texas will b* Adrian So Highland 45 after its 17th title in the university TUI'M-S 6« Knu.v Cr.y 54 Mea'l'iw ?>'* S'lallowH'er 3' 1 Hedlev 35 Rovina 32 -N II. Prvsfc International KdION I A , (SeinlflnuU) Silveil.-ii 5'! Marfii 41' Plains 52 \\hite Deer 49 1CK(»1O\ IV A (Semifinal*) Missi.uti City ftH ("Jregory-Portland 47 Boenie 65 Kl.nir Bluff 41 } Kf.iilOV IB i Semi -FliuiU I Hedlev 39 Meadow 36 I Tin Key 67 Ailnun 44 I KKtilOX I— AA Semi Final-. 7 Gianburv 40 4 Stamford 45 III— B 47 (3rd place) Lytle 63 Sabinal 59 KKGION %—.\ (Champlonithip) White Oak 73 Merkel 47 KKGION ?—AA (Championship) Bowie ft.'? White Spur 56 Kegiun 1-A [Mttiiis 58 Siherton 11. (Championship) KKOIOS 1— B (Chuni|)ion»liip) Llpan 84 Blanket 54 KKGION I—AA Dimnutt Semiao'.e S8 and Ab lene In th«' Mpan 56 Moo.1v •Blanket i3 Wail 4S i RKGION IV— B Semi Final » Bi " U " 1 8 ° Mau<1 ",, „ W<.i'len 6! Spring Hill 6^1 RKt.lON VI— B iieiul Flaal* Ksle SS Huttn 42 R undlnp-i'.u m;;ie 4S H;uper KKCION 1— AA Semi - ,!H-\iin; i6 Tjfl 39 41 The Monterey flash who set the Watchit Gregory Gymnasium, single-game district reconl of 38 with those kind of guns loaded for points as a soph against Plain- firing, your nets are due a vicious view during the 1956-57 season, hait slashing this weekend. Giegel TKO's The Bulldog Big Bob Giegel, who didn't want deep ga.«h beneath the right eye to have to wrestle on his o w n of Pleches ar-d forced the match rani anyway in mat it isn't con- to b« nupped with Giegel the sidered "cricket" for a promoter winner when the Bulldog was un, to whip the tar out of his o w n able to continue, boys, relied on a wicked right Thus. Giegel served a ftiff crosa to kayo Bulldog Ple< hen at wa n.irig on his wrestlers, not lo the Top O 1 Texas Sportsmen Club ,,ionke.y around and they won't heie Saturday night nave .'„ fee i the wrath of Ihelr Pleches, who ruined a good promoter wceln'r^t^was^halle-r^d'b'v T "' nmy P " e ' p8 ' former '' e ' eref • ;ie B «:l and whipped by the new I^n.'^^ ^IT^h^pSt* lj Parnp* promoter. . hi|> - lame(J cUw hold and Ple.hes won the fust fah or a S ifquali/u ., tiail „ Phe ip $ threw regular body press but t. i e g e I hl j over (he t in winninf. c«m« back fighting mud \\itn a r * neck drop to cop th« secor.d fall I" * 2«>mmute OP«O«r. Wild The action really picked up to R *' J B f ' l >' b atH«d lo a draw with fe\er pit. h in the' thud lound as Ray ( -' 1 « n " em «- Pleche*. desperately trying to win. Giegel announced Satureay Bight veni to work wivh dirty Ucv.'-s th»t two lo;rid f«ro fra.ppltti. Bedia.% »7 Clevc'a'rid Tsrkington 38 This kind of goings on only sealed Penry Banner and Tona Tom«]j (Third plarei his own doom. »s Giegel unload- would be on th» c»rd b*re. jNL'iniangee 6i ('iiil'un 52 fd & right fioss whi<.-ii opened » Saturday tufht. Seminole 67 Dimmitt 85 Ht-Kiun 11 \\ Buna 6'< BeltDii 60 . (Championship) Kogicin 111 .i Huntginton b'< Thorndale 4ft Ki:i,ION 4— \ (Championship) Missouri City W Boernt if HKC.ION t—A4. Devme 41 ('ear Cre*k 3 I(K(UO.N .V-B

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