Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 21, 1936 · Page 5
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Pampa, Texas
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SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 193(5 THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pnmpfl, TcxfiS PAGE F1VB SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WINS FIRST AT CHICAGO BY CHARLES DUNKLEY Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO, Jimo 20. M'i—Sweeping over a field studded with prospective Olympic: stars, athletes from the University of Southern California ran rampant in the national collegiate track and field championships at Stagg Field today, In which four world's records were eclipsed in the tWo days of competition. .The Trojans, scoring In 14 of the 16 events, ainassed a total of 104 1-3 points to annex their second .successive championship. Ohio State, led- by the sensational negro star, Jesse dwells, who won lour events llimself for 40 points, was second with 73 points. Indiana was third With 42 and Stanford fourth with 32. Thirty-three teams: gathered points in the meet, which produced the most sensational performances since Its Inauguration 15 years ago. Ten thousand spectators witnessed the thrilling races and Held events. The winners of the first two places on each event, plus others Whose performances warrant, will compete in the finals at New York next month when the team to represent Uncle Sam in the Olympic games next August will be chosen. A new world's record went up in the discus when Ken CCarpenter, of Southern California threw the platter 173 feet, more than a foot better than the mark of 171 feet 11 3-4 inches set by Harald Anderson of Sweden in 1934. National collegiate records were established in the 1500-meter run, the javelin and the pole vault. Alton Terry, of Hardin-Slmmons Owners Everywhere PRAISE ELECTROLUX . • . -- 1 - .' THE'.SI.LE NT.,.,;-,; 4 H L F R I G E R A T; O B the veru silence of Elcctrolux tcsti. fies to its simpler, more efficient refrigerating method — no machinery at all! Thanks to this simplicity of operation, it's the only refrigerator that can offer you all these long-lite advantages:. 0 No moving parts to wear • Lasting efficiency 0 Continued low operating cost • Fullest food protection • Savings that pay for it Abiline, Texas, champion of the Texas arid brake relays, tossed the spear 226 feet 2 3-4 inches to break his own American mark bf 222 feet 8.8 inches established In the Drake relays this year. The N. C. A. A. record is 221 feet 3 1-8 inches made by Chnrles Gongloff of Pittsburg last year. The sky-sailing: "twins'" from Southern California, te'aH Meadowf,- and Bill Sefton, zoomed tip In the air in a tie to clear the bar in the pole vault at a heighth of 14 fest 1 3-4 inches, to beat the N. C. A. A. record of 14 feet 1 1-8 inches, which they jointly set last yeah Archie San Romani, Kansas State Teachers College, Emporla. Kan., romped to victory In the 1600 meters run in 3:53. erasing the mark, set by Glenn Cunningham of Kansas in 1932. The race produced the early .surprise for it resulted In the defeat of Don Lash, sensational Indiana distance star, who a week ago ran the fastest two miles a human being has ever accomplished outdoors, 8.58.3. He finished a poor third, with San Roman! beating Charles Fenn.ske, of Wisconsin by 25 yards. Lash, however, came back In his role us the Iron man. and ran away with the grueling 5.000 meter run. He lapped the field, and closed with a great burst of speed to win the event in 14 minutes 58,5 seconds. Discus throw—won by Kenneth Carpenter, Southern California (173 feeti; second, Philip Levy. Stanford (170 feet 11 1-4 Inches); third, Paul Halleck. Ohio university (167 feet); fourth, J. C. Petty, Rice (161 feet 1 1-2 inches i. 200 meter dasli—won by Jesse Owens, Ohio State; second, Harvey Wallcnder, Texas; third. Poy Draper, Southern California; lime 21.3 seconds. 100 meter dash— won by Jesse Owens, Ohio State; second, Poy Draper, Southern California; third, 6am Stoller. Michigan; fourth, George Boone, Southern California; fifth, Charles Tolley, Southern California; sixth, Harvey Wallcnder, Texas, time 10.2 seconds. The final point standings included: Rice 16; Texas 11 1-3; Hardin-Slm- mons 10. IN THE NATIONAL Cards' Lead Cut NEW YORK, June 20 (AP)—The Giants defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 7 to G today, despite a two- run St. Louis rally in the ninth in which Stu Martin hit a homer with a mate on base. The defeat cut the Cards' National league lead to one game. St. Louis 010 000 032—6 12 1 New York .... 410 002 OOx—7 11 1 Nunns, Winford and V. Davis; Hubbell, Coffman and Danning. Bees Sting Reels BOSTON, June 20 (AP) — Hal Lee's single in the ninth with two out and the bases loaded gave the Boston Bees a 7 to C victory over the Cincinnati Reds here today. Cincinnati 000113001—0122 Boston 003 010 201— n 13 1 Stiler, Brennan, Erey and Campbell; MacFayden and Lopez. Split Doubleheadt'f PHILADELPHIA, June 20 (AP)— The Phillies won an even break with the Pittsburgh Pirates in today's doubleheader, winning the second game 2 to 1 after the Buccos shut them out in the opener, G to 0. First game: Pittsburgh .... 001 000 000—1 8 2 Philadelphia .. 000 000 20x—2 5 2 Blanton and Todd; Bowman, Passeau and Grace. Second game: Pittsburgh 001 000 000—1 8 2 Philadelphia .. 000 000 20x—2 5 2 Weaver and Padden; Jorgens, Johnson and Atwood. Cubs Win 14tli BROOKLYN, June 20 (AP)—The Chicago Cubs won their 14th straight victory today, clubbing three Dodger pitchers for 11 hits and a 6 to 4 win. Chicago 130 000 002—6 11 0 Brooklyn 040 000 000—4 10 1 Lee, French, Root and Hartnett; Clark, Baker, Jeffcoat and Berres. TTILECTROLUX'S silence is more _Cj than a comfort. It's evidence of the basically different method of Klre- trolux operation, wherein a tiny gaa burner takes the place of all moving parts. Come in today and inspect HID beautiful 193B models for vciuraelf. Terms as low as $5.00 clown and $5.00 per rnonth. 6 per cent finance plan. Could you buy ice this cheap? Thompson Hardware Company Phone 43 113 No. Cuyler Skeeters Takes Golf Tournament FORT WORTH, June 20, (/Pi- Rallying to win two of the last four holes, big Bill Skeeters of Dallas copped the eighteenth annual River Crest Country club invitation here today. He defeated Johnny Dawson, of Chicago, 2-1, in a torrid title match slated to go 36 holes. Skeeters, former S. M. U. gridder, was playing in his fifth big tournament. It was his first major triumph in his brief but sensational golfing career. He was 18 strokes under par for the six rounds he needed to win medalist honors and the championship. Bill was never down to Dawson, the 33-year-old ace who smashed the course record Friday with a 64, nine under. Skeeters was three up twice and two up for another period but his game went sour as they started the last nine and he was all square as far along as the thirty-first hole. 1933—CHEVROLET 4 Door Sedan—6 wheels— Trunk—Motor reconditioned 4^7t Fenders repainted »P«J • »* 1,933—PONTIAC Sport Coupe—Motor reconditioned—Fenders painted—Body in t^Cft good cojidition $OD\f PAMPA MOTOR COMPANY Phone 365 211 No. Ballard Statuary Beautifies Exposition Perhaps the roost striking of the decorations at the Texas Centennial ^Exposition in Dallas is its massive statuary. Here is one of the figures nt the end of the Esplanade of State's reflecting basin, with a HanRcrette glancing over (he charming vista beyond her. Minute By Minute At Station KPDN SUNDAY MORNING 8:30—Sign On. 8:30—Church of Christ. 9:00—Master Singers. 9:30—Samuel Kissel. 9:45—American Family Robinson. 10:00—Organ Reveries. 10:15—Micro News. 10:20—News Commentary. 10:30—Radio Varieties. 11:00—Concert Hall of the Air. 11:30—All Request Time. 12:00—Uncle Bud's Hymn Time. SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12:15—Radio Matinee. 12:30—Musical Discs. 12:45—Vanderberg Trio. 1:00—Mr. and Mrs. Powerpenny. 2:00—Milady's Matinee. 2:30—Announcer's Choice. 3:00—Pampa Conservatory, 3:15—WPA Musical. 3:30—This and That. 4:30—Ed Williams Concert. 5:00—Jimmy King. 5:15—Dance Hour. 5:45—Mrs. T, F. Morton. 6:00—Thoughts For You and Me. 6:30—Emerson at Eagle. 7:00—Little German Band. 7:30—Sign Off. MONDAY MORNING 0:30—Sign On. 6:30—Uneeda Car Boys. 7:30—Better Health. 7:35—Waker Uppers. 8:30—Overnight News. 8:45—It's Your Own Fault. 8:55—Adorable. 9:00—Shopping With Sue. 9:15—Singer of Sacred Song-s. 9:30—Better Vision. 9:35—Frigid Facts. 9:45—American Family Robinson. 10:00—Lost and Found Bureau. 10:05—Micro News. 10:15—Your Service Program. 10:20—Announcer's Choice. 10:30—Mid-Morning News. 10:45—Fireside Thoughts. 10:50—Marches. 10:55—World Book Man. 11:00—Texas Centennial. 11:15—The Harvesters. 11:30—Emerson at Eagle. 12:00—Moments of Music. MONDAY AFTERNOON 12:15—The Melody Men. 12:30—Miles of Smiles. 12:45—Noon News. 1:00—Miles of Smiles (Con.). 1:30—On the Mall. 1:45—Battery & Electric News. 1:50—Interlude. 1:55—Furniture Fancies. 2:00—Milady's Matinee. 2:30—First Afternoon News. 2:45—Familiar Melodies. 3:00—Teatime Tunes. 3:25—Texas Centennial. 3:30—Vanderberg Trio. 3:45—Dance Hour. 4:00—Farm Flashes. 4:15—Green Brothers Orchestra. 4:30—Fox Trot Time. 4:40—Texas Centennial. 4:45—Hill Billy Tunes. 5:00—Late Afternoon News. 5:15—Dancing Discs. 5:30—Office Supply Notes, 5:35—Interlude. 5:40—Table Talk, 5:45—Dance With Us. 5:55—The Musical Tailor. (i:00—Dance with Us ICon't.). HILL'S' Shop First at Hill's 195 to 395 A young sophisticate, a modern matron, or the mother of lavender and lace — there's a Nelly Don for every one of them. A gift that looks as sentimental as you wish, but that's as practical as she wants. Give her something to wear for a Valentine—make it a Nelly Don. Sizes 12 to 44. ROUGH RIDERS BEAT EL ROJO TEAM 3:2 IN THRILLER HERE Scoring two goals jn the third chukker and one in the fourth, tho Pampa Rough Riders, recently organized polo tram, staved off a rally by El Rojo of Plalnview to win yesterday's game, 3 to 2. The samp two teams will mot, again at 5:15 o'clock tills evening on the local field, a half mile west of Harvester field on North Hobart street,. The • Rough Riders reached peak form in yesterday's game with the Veterans of Plalnview, playing for the first time with their own lineup. In past games, the Reds hat! strengthened with players from the Plalnview Blues. El Rojo was without Bub Humphries, who received a broken finger in practice week. In his place at No. 1 wu.s Verne Bradley who nlnycd u bang- up game. Button Stephensoii of the Plainview Bluts lost his title cf "ridin' fool" yesterday when Jack Cooper of the Rough Riders displayed .sonn- of the outstanding huru.sman.ship seen here this year. Cooper also played u wonderful defensive game and helped himself to it goal besides. Dr. M. C. Overtoil, captain of the Pnmpans, and Bill Harwell were in peak form, riding off players and hitting long, looping drives down the field. Joe Bowers also gave a good riding exhibition. J. B. Wheeler, diminutive Plainview No. 3, was a demon on horseback. He was all over the field, hitting and checking and riding off players. His brother, Jigger," 17, weighs well over 200 pounds. He was another star of the game. He was well taken care of by Harwell after the opening chukker was half gone, however. Blackie Morris, hard riding veteran, and Bradley rounded out the quartet. Bowers, Overtoil, Burrow and Co:per started for the Rough Riders. Harwell relieved Bowers. George Garrett replaced Overtoil and Otto Stucier relieved Burrows during the game. Biadlcy sent one between the posts at the whistle ending the first chukker. Neither team was able to register In the second stanza as the players battled up and down the field with brilliant thrusts for coals Overtoil sent Pampa into a tie early in the third s chukker and Cooper put his team in front with a well placed goal at the whistle. Overtoil scored from a foul in the fourth. Th" fifth cliukker was scoreless althciH!)! both teams threatened. Binckie Norris put Plainview back in the race In the final chukker when he scored from a mix-up in front of the Pampa posts. At the whistle, the Wheeler brothers had a clear field before them. Today's game is doped to be another hurd-ridlng battle between tven teams. The Pampons are fast hlttiiiK their stride and against a team in their own class can show true' form. Admission to the game will bt- :<a cents Jor adults. IN THE G.-15—Radio Night Club 6:45—Cheery Cricket. 7:00—Thoughts for You and Me 7:25—Complete Baseball Scores. 7:30—Emerson at Eagle 8:00—Sign Off. Snap Losing Streak DETROIT, June 20 (AP)—Tommy Bridges held the New York Yankees hitless for six Innings to- tiny and pitched them Into a 5 to 0 drfent ns the Tigers snapped Ihrlr seven -gn me losing streak. Nrw York 000 000 000—0 5 1 Detroit 300 200 OOx—5 13 t Broacti, Brown and Dickey: Bridges and Hnyworlh. It was Harrier's eighth victory of the season. Washington ... 000 010 000—1 5 1 Cleveland .... 100 001—OOx—2 8 2 Carcarella and Bolotn; Harder and Pvtlak. Grove Trails to Lose ST. LOUIS. June 20 rAPV—Thn Browns clubbed Lefty Grove off the mound in the third inning today with two home runs, a triple and three singles and held the margin for a 7 to 5 victory ovr-r the Boston Red Sox in a game featured by five home runs. Jimmy Foxx hit his eighteenth homer of the year in the second inning. Boston 010 100 030—5 8 0 St. Louis 006 000 lOx—7 10 1 Grove, Henry, Russell and R. Ferreii; Thomas, Knott and Gim- llam. THREATEN*;!) MALAD, Idaho, June 20. i/h—W. Scott Hal), veteran republican leader and close friend of Senator William E. Borah, threatened tonight to oppose the "Lion of Idaho's" candidacy for reelection unless Borah ncen|A.s the entire party platform. Homer Wins Gamp CHICAGO. Juno 20 (AP) — A home run by Bob Johnson decided a pitcher's duel between "Sugar" Cnin and Harry Kelley today and Ihe Athletics beat the White Sox, 2 to 1. Each hurler allowed four hits, but Johnson's homer in the second inning with Puceinelli on base gave the A's their margin of victory. Philadelphia .. 020 000 000—2 4 2 Chicago 000 000 001—1 4 1 Kelley and Hayes; Cain and Gmbn. Indians Win .Second CLEVELAND, June 20 (AP)—The Cleveland Indians took their second straight game from Washington today 2 to 1. The tribe pushed across a run in the sixth inning to break up a pitching duel between Mol Harder and Joe Cascarelln. TROOPS CALLED OUT DUBLIN. June 20, WH-The free state called out soldiers in full kit tonight to cement a ban on the irrepressible Irish republican army. The defence ministry, moving to stop an intended I. R. A. assembly at Bodenstown, 20 miles south of Dublin, ordered troops thrown around the entire town. Arlie Crlles of Borger was a visitor in the city yesterday. IN THE TEXAS LEAGUE DALLAS, June 20. (/P)—The Bal- 1ns Steers broke their seven-game losing streak here tonight, defeating the Benumont Exporters, 8 to n, although the homellngs were out- hit live blows to twelve. FORT WORTH, June 20. «P)—In a game which should haVe been .spread on the minutes ns a shutout for the young Robert Muncrief, the San Antonio Missions defeated the Fort Worth Cats 8 to 1 at La Grave field tonight to briftg to a sudden and full stop bbth a losing ami winning streak. Each had mounted to six. San Antonio .. 014 001 002^-8 Id 1 Fort Worth ... 010 000 000—1 8 1 Muncrief and Cox; Qravln, Reid, and Hilttain. Houston 100 002 013--7 10 4 Tulsa 002 100 020—5 11 4 Uvengros, Smith, Moore and Conroy, Franks; Mllxtead. Klmball and Mefiley. Jack.son. Galvcston .. 020 005 000 11—9 14 2 Oklfi. City .. 031 000 030 10--8 16 2 Gibbs. Paul, Richmond, Cole and Mackle; Brillheart, Ncwkirk and Warren. POP GOES WEASEL WEIMAR. June 20. Poppe found a weasel in his garden. Poppe snatched at the weasel and ami the weasel went up a tree. Then Poppe got his gun. Pop went Poppe's gun and pop went thn weasel. BRYANT'S mm Fin-al Announcement To the holders of our special cards, only 10 days remain in which to use them. It is our .sincere wish that no one will lose any deposits made on these cards. If your card is mislaycd or expired in date, you may have your appointment, as your name is on file. We 1mve placed over 1,000 portraits in Pampa homes, so we feel that we arc well enough known to discontinue this introductory offer. Last Day — June 30 Adams Hotel Bldg. Announcing THE OPENING OF Adkisson-Baker TIRE COMPANY In Pampa Distributors for GENERAL TIRES We invite all our old friends and customers to visit us in this new location. See the complete line of General Tires, built to fit every need of the modem, fast motor car. You'll like that same, courteous service which we have given in the past and will continue to give in this new location. GULF GAS - YOUR FAVORITE MOTOR OIL - TIRE REPAIRING WASHING - GREASING Adkisson-Baker Tire Company JACK BAKER, Mgr. 300 West Kingsmill Phone 1234 Stores in Pampa and Amarillo

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