Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 1, 1959 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 11

Pampa, Texas
Issue Date:
Sunday, March 1, 1959
Page 11
Start Free Trial

Pennant Winners Want *Bi<a' Trade By MtfclJ DOWN I (mining .<=iln ttxlny. ' PrftM tft!r>fm»1lrtn«1 ' ''VVf rcuhi .wins: n 'I?*' with; , , „ , • Wasliinjrlon soon," nclniilterj Weiss ; 0 '. T , ee ", when queried in St. Potfli-F.hurg.i tve*. Already strong .? „ rnslrlc( u f 0 ; Jmlerbook favorit^. are mak ng w f . () ,, !(1 sw , fl . ho wcret of their desire to rnvin* * )wn f)f thrp( , f . h|bs "., , deals thnl would make tHem vir- lually "lork-up" pennant picks, j Wnnm Inflow liwiiranrp I With w.rlmw work in major " rm Iookin * for inflt>M in8Ur '' league training camps hardly li n-, f " lrp anr1 "vcryhody knows it,", denvav, hoth general manflRors'wM MrHnle. who InrnM up to- Oorge WrlM of the Yankcm'and, rt «»y n t Onnvnter, Fla "Th<. ro-; Johnny MrHale of th» Bravps'pln^m^l of Re " .S'-hoemliensl wncedod Thursday thnl big denUI*"' )* our ma J° r aim Rl thl "j may be expected momentarily. mp - i VVci'sfl Is believed angling wil)^ WCISP, of course, would gladly, the Washington Senators and Bal- swing a major deal for rolief ace j tlmore Orioles while ISfrrtale is 1 Dick Hyde of the Senators hntj visiting the Philadelphia Phillies',also might accept. Ned Garver of| jlhe Kansas City Athletics or Blllyj Loes of the Orioles. McHnle is • reported after Johnny Temple of! the Cincinnati Reds or Don Bias- ingame of the St. houis Cardinals. Los Angeles Dodger General Man, ager K. J. (Biizzy) Bavasi denied MONTEVIDEO, Minn. <UPI>—JThursclny that he already had A high school basketball team lostj r ] nse d n deal with the Braves in- a district tournament game in volvlng Junior Gilliam. •vortlme because a substitute j Manager Bill Uigney of the Fcored ft basket for the °PP osill B ! gati Francisco Giants, Injured in Sub Wins Game For Other Team team. an a.ulo accident a couple of Noel Rohle came into the game wee t<s ago, is due to report today ilate in the second quarter for ...Add signers: Richie Ashburn, Odessa in a game here against^ T,. batting champ, with the Clara City. ! Phillies; infielder Andy Carey A Clara City player missed a| wlth lllo Yankees; Gene Wood- free throw, Roehle jumped high injung, who had threatened t/i quit the air and stuffed the ball in the| bas e ba || W ith the Oriole?, and basket—the Clara City basket. candidate Felix Man- Clara City rallied to tie Odessa, u ,| a wi)h t he Braves. Bfi-56, at the end of the regulation! _ time and went on to win 81-56 In; Armstrong Yokes Impressive Win overtime. Roehle was th« saddest of the losers. Santa Fe, N. M., founded In ,1810, is the oldest state capital iin the United States. GISTS $40,000—Jackie Jonsen was one of two major holdouts who signed Friday. Jensen, the American League's most valuable player, inked with the Boston Red Sox for 340,000 dollars—still far short of what team mate Ted Williams is getting: I NRW YORK fUPT)~Unbea.ter •Gene (Ace) Armstrong was *c ! impressive while registering hts> nth straight victory Friday night on ft near-shutout decision that he I will he matched with SpidW Webb, third-ranking middleweight contender, ftt Madison Square Garden, May 15. I Slender, lightning-fast Armstrong of Elizabeth, N.J., beftl chunky Italo Scorlichlni, champion of Italy, by an official 9-1. 9-1, 6-1 score in their 10-round TV fight at the Garden. , All three ring officials gave! | only the second round to the j wild-swinging, black-haired Italian, jwho weighed 161 pounds to Arm- Istrong's 157 s i. Armstrong was fa- ]voted at 4-1. I When matchmaker .Tack Barrett 'offered the Webb fight today, i Armstrong said, "certainly I'll ! fight Webb, or any other con| tender. I figure I'm ready for any 'of them now. I've come on fast 1 although I've had only 17 fights." I Webb of Chicago is A dangerous boxer-puncher. Armstrong, 27, is the fastest man In his division. But he's a light hitter, who scored but one kayo in his 17 victories. The Are, rated 10th by The NYU FAOKS FORDHAM NEW YORK (UPI)--A pair of Tllng magazine and fifth by the National Boxing Association, said •ie would have no other matches i before the Webb fight. National Golf Day Scheduled AUSTIN (UPI) — Probate courts would have to give approval before any youth under 21 could sign a professional baseball contract under provisions of a bill before the Texas legislature. The measure was tossed into the House hopper Friday by Rep. Herman Yer.ak of Bremond. Yezak said the proposed law was to protect the interests of youngsters. It would require a petition to the court stating that the boy had been "duly appraised of the loss jby him of his amateur status by |joining organized baseball, his in- lability by so doing to participate I in high school or college sport and the nature and extent of the con- Irart as it concerns his future activity in organized professional i baseball." DEDICATES SKf .JUMP SQUAW VALLEY, Calif. (UPI) — Governor Edmund (Pat) Brown will dedicate the new OlSt Yeaf TH£J PAiVUfA UAik* SUNt)AV, MARCH 1, 1959 11 Baseball Briefs ORLANDO, Fla. (UPf) — washed o\it ft scheduled Inlra- day to talk over his Contract faculties with General squad game for the Washington; Blng Devine. Senators Saturday. ' j Cunningham, the first Louis front line holdout si , ^, M ««»„*, -»,. i GETS RAISE — Mickey Mantle, New York Yankee oent cr fielder, signed Friday for a §5,000 raise, to $80,000 a year. Mantle had been holding out, since the Yankees wanted him to take a cut. Armory tonight when Fordham Hfl-5) opposes New York University (10-61. Fordham has won its last five games and NYU seven of its last eight. was i^OOO. SIGNS WITH MIAMI CORAL GABLES. Fla. IUPT>- Boh (Whiteyi Campbell, who won 12 letters in baseball, football and Ibackfield coach of the Hurricanes. Pitehers Rusa Kemmerer and John Romonosky joined the squad Saturday along with utility infielder '.Juiio Becquer. Noi m Znu- chin. big first baseman, was, elected the new Washington play- I or representative to succeed Ed- Idle Yost, traded to Detroit. TAMPA. Fla. fUPIi Elio Oha- .ron. a rookie infieldcr up from ! Havana of the International i League. joined the Cincinnati ! Reds camp Saturday along with i veteran outfielder Del Knnis. | The 20-year-old Chacon, a na- jtive of Venezuela, batted .290 last j Reason and was named to tho •International League a!] - star •team. He is one of the Reds' 'prize rookies, whom General Manager Gabe. Paul claims is in <le- |mand by several major league I clubs, i "I can make a good deal for ihim right now it I wanted to," I Paul said. j Ennis came to the Reds during | the winter in a trade with the St. I Louis Cardinals. | ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UPD I-Joe Cunningham, the St. Louis (Cardinals' "holdout" first ba?e- | man, will arrive in camp Sun- g conversation M thought the , diffcrcnceg about salary CO uld be ironpd out more quickly in a face- pf mfeUng . | • . Rain and wet grounds confined the day's workout to running In lhe outfield and some throwing. ... OAME RESCHEDULED NEW YORK '(UPI)--The postponed National Basketball Association game of Feb. 10 between Detroit and St. Louis has been rescheduled for Wednesday night, March •». at the University of Detroit field house. R end The >'ew«i Classified Ad». ROY'S WATCH SHOP 117 K. Klngsmlll • MO S-3411 WATCH CLEANING service . . . Utitelt part» Needed (t AH «nrk guaranteeil • 13 ypari/ experience In Tampa Roy Horrell, Jr. Watch Maker MIGHTY DOLLAR DAYS SPORT COATS By CURLI'.:K Regulars nnd longs. Values to 35.00 dollar day only at L'unlaps 24.95 Nylon Stretch SOCKS 3 prs. 1.00 a dollar day price on these . . . reg 79c at Dunlap's Monday onlv. mens bronrMnth PAJAMAS Sizes A, B, C, D, re? 3 OS values all are new spririr patterns . . . at T. 2,99 pr. 2 prs. 5.00 ,^"' Silk and Cotton .. . imported cottons, all reduced SPORT SHIRTS Silk mi Cotton . . imported cottons, all reduced re g. r ,.g. 7,95 ............ » 65 5.98 ........ .... *-5 995 ............ 7.ftO 12.95 ........... 925 r,.|f fi lift 4 75 ivg. H !)5 « 50 l,-g 10 !i5 8-75 n- H.iiS 1U '-'» Dollar Day Bargains In Boy* Year Round Suits t«- Ihli group IJU.YS sails iiiii;*l he s»l.i llns \vi-el.. suiiuner .Suits .tie lilling t,\n i.-i.Ks we must Imvt) room .... size I-' !•> l» '»' r>unla|i's Monday. rvg is.os I-- 1 *'' 5 ,., T '.'g 50 11.51) log LM 9iS 15.5U '•ej:. :•:» M IU-9S PRICE '.'7 50 BOYS SPORT SHIRTS 2 FOR 3.00 n-iip knit aiiil i ••' l>riM-li I'otli to 16. f'g. 3 P5 Had S (9 values at Piiii rlollar dav. DUNLAPS FRIENDLY MENS WEAR Pampa's Dominant Men's Store Men's Suits By Curlee Reg. Values Are 49.95 55,00, 59.95 39 123 Other Suits To Choose From Regulars Longs 36 to 44 39 FREE ALTERATIONS Wash 'N' Wear Spring Slacks You'll Have Over 500 Prs. To Choospi Prom. Reg. 7.95 Reg. 8.95 Reg 9.95 Reg. 10.95 2 prs 14.00 2 prs. 16.00 2 prs. 18.00 2 prs. 20.00 Reg. 11.95 .. 2 prs. 22.00 Reg. 1295 . . 2 prs. 24.00 White Wash 'N' Weat Dress Shirts 2 For 5°° Two Collar Styles. Si/cs 14 to 17. Actual Vulur* to 5.00. MI:\"S row; SI.KKVK Sport Shirts 2 Si/.«' S-M-L. All Ni'W Style* Button l)o\vii!» — Street Floor At Dunlaps boys stretch soxs 3 prs. 1.00 * nre fit . prices will txps-nr) with growing feet, siixk up »t dolljr d»y DURING OUR ANNIVERSARY SALE WE FEATURE TIRES Ask about oar WRITTEN GUARANTEE! GOOD/ WHITE SIDEWALL * '•.'- -'•• • ' ' - "-- • '' > " ' at the lowest Actually priced below many blackwalls of lesser quality Fits most pre-1957 models of Plymouth, Ford, Chevrolet, Hudson, Nash, Studebaker What a Whitewall! And what a price! Takes luxury out of the high price bracket. Full, 3-T Triple- Tempered cord construction. Full action-traction from Goodyear's exclusive Stop-Notch tread. Dress up your car NOW at a price you'll never notice. SUe 7.10x15 Tulw-tvpe hi* moat pje-1'^^7 nunltls uf $, Meuur>, Stn 7.*QsU TuKe-typc htj many recent models ot Chrysler, DeSoto, Buick, Olds, Hudson, Mercury, Packard MORI FiOPli »rOi ON 0OOOYIAR TIRIS THAN ON ANY OTHIR KIND OGDEN and SON 501 W, FOSTER PHONE MO 4-8444

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free