Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 158, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 12, 1958 Page: 2 of 6
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BRECKENNI^CC AME 3. C *
Payne And Goswiok Are Selected
To Play With West At ChiUres
Hcniut* Payne ami Bi t>i>\ (ijs-
«U' will appear with tin- West
tear, in th«* Ninth Annual buttle i.f
area Alt J'tiis in Childress on Auk-
u't 15 They vveie iv.o ki i «U*t
tt'ci irom a in id u( ov tr luo bo>.*>
atrn willed by cc&i'hfa train 69 urea
hish scbtuij Hoys were st'lecled
vfi ttit; ol (tUHi liik'li &Ci)00i
tCwtbail pci torin#iu t1 ireful ami
Ci* ihi bdili ut thru* rut iht^' H
t( Qni«liU«Ubh «- 10 * ii.ii artfi
by Net Officials
MEI.BCi 'KNE + — The; Liuu
'Ufit.iS A*>WUtu,n ,! Aufttialu
hiifc SUSpl l.tit ..I >icrv \ II
Rest cue ci the woild * u^ding
ie ((handed teitine i/iayt.;. cttt-tt
hut stpreteated Auniilu in Davis
OU}. IT. tit *_ tit. *
Hit prtsuit nh«ie biuts \v«it>
ix immtdUteiy k .ohi. On Suiuuv
he as vititaii i it- itu Hamburg
(:ei5t«r.>. teiUUk tOlu lliilie ill.
The LYAA ir.luimeJ the Inter-
••aticnttl l.u ,i. Iciuu.s h e iteration
that ihc u;pv iincn vio..ul lantuiuc
until Hcsv iiuvi suptitied u.t.ijitji- i>
t: his e.erMras traveling expenses
th; .t.i *jhe- asscriatk.:i said ti
had iei.eatediy asked (or these but
R; .-i tievei ansueied.
1h*- LTAA also s.iiiwimed it i
invcstigatiiig a report that lennis
prcmnci Jaik Kramer had offer-
ed tt; pay ^ iKjii tow ards Mal-
Ctlm Andei>rn . tout expenses
Andersen. I ! ena iii;k . repeat-
edly hut denied the charge.
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Orive In Theatre
Box Offi ce Opens 7:45
Htimie 1'awie was elected to the
All District Team. All-Area Team.
and All State Team while a student
-I Ureckturidge fiipti School tie
.'.as tn,ut} reiummended by Coach
Hc.hb> Goswick was elected to the 1
All-Diftnc! team. All Area team. 1
and was fi\cn honorable inention]
on itie AU-Male team while a stu-
dn.it at Areekem idge High School i
fic al.-o \\os tiu'tilv recommended
bv Coach Emory liellard
li past history reoeats itself there;
a ill bt Maiming room only in the
"1*'' stjt rhileljess .Municipal Sla-1
drum on the night oi Kiiday Au
ikUSt 15. (tils Koine eat ll ot the
puat ciKht ycais has diawn aii;
joNei'llow crowd of football fans to \
thia pre-seosoii football classic
(ltKetv t an be obtained b\ writing
f'oat Office Box 1:8 in Childress Ail
ats ail? reserved a? a cost ot $2
teach i.ocai tans tia e seen lormel |
I BrecKenndge High School stars
Ituy Payne and Heiiiict Watts in,
j 1#56, J ate Sandeter in ls>55. Ken
neih loid A'ornian Noble and Bill
Dendy n 1954 Jerry Tubbs and
'Bobby Keith in 11*53. Donald Rob
I bir.s and Garv Rice in 1952 and
\ Saiiitiiy Walker and David Buchan-
an in (951
Coaches ot the West Team will |
| be (i A "bandy" Saniord and John-i
ny (>i.iiii ot i aiietou State College. >
i itity will face a team coached by
l ia tde Gilstrap and Buriey Bear-]
<! i i.t Arl:i.,iton State College.'
lit aa l i iiiiei tor both teams will | .
i> Buiiby Lane ot Arlington State ed the East Team to a thrilling, And ever the years those staples
i oik6>e Last >cai Giistiap coach- I hard fought b to 0 victory over | have looked pretty good on our
— - ^ i - - — j West Team. Records show that the beys.
East Team leads 5 to 3 over the; A good steak helps put that ex-
! eight years of play. ! tra muscle in a swing of a bat for
o j a home run.
! But maybe it's not as good for a
four-minute mile. Oats, nuts, rais-
ins. etc., they do the trick.
I Still, we have one small question.
| Elliott is s uieat runner. But could
he hit major league pitching?
- - championship and is sharper.ing i
for ths national tournament in Georgia &nd additional glory.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
. WAfiMRCOL OR
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MM WOOD KBRL MAIDEN
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. t^rm GjrDOti DOcficAS
Seen For Sports
Fans Seem Hungry
j For Football Play
BY CHARLES MOREY
A P SPORTS WRITER
Any day now you can expect a
orand new post to be created for,
ill American teams, no matter ] BALTIMORE —The football
what the sport. I season draws nearer and nearer.
The job will be to select the fin- Last night mere than -48 0)0 fans
est oats. nuts, raisins dried fruit! ere on hand in Baltimore to watch
and diced bananas to be found in I fhe aanual Baltimore Cell s intra-
the market place squad game A touchdown run by
It's the menu of the future It! Call witfi about 3 minutes to
has to be after Herb Eiliott s j gave the White squad a 10 to 7
zooming record mile in Dublin on: wctcry ever the Blues.
Wednesday Those foods we just! _ln ethei pio fc^tball news,
inenttoned happened to be Elliott's j Washington Redskin linebacker Bill
daily diet And from all accounts!
He has more stamina than a chan-
There always has been a no-
tion that the Aussies went in strong
for meat, especially lamb mutton
and beef. In fact, they eat steak
tor breakfast with the frequency
that we do nam and eggs
But first we have the case of
Elliott And secondly we have the
case of the brilliant swimmer. Mur-
ray Rose He has a rather involved
diet of ereens and herbs whfch re-
sembles seaweed when it is put on
Likes it fine. too. Says if it's pre-
pared right it's as tasty as crepe
American athletes always have
been strong for steak and potatoes
Hold High Hope
For Title Team
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
Anyone who believes the Milwau-
kee Braves are u cinch tor the Na-
tional League pennant would have
a hard time trying to sell that idea
to the fans of the Pittsburgh Pirat-
es. The largest Pittsburgh crowd
o ftlu season, close to 39 000. cheei-
ed themselves hoarse last night as
thr Pirates defeated the League
leading Braves t; to 4.
The victory moved Pittsburgh in-
| to a tie lor 2nd place with the San
Francisco Giants Both are 6 garn-
er behind Milwaukee. If von think
those six games are friphtenine the
Pirate fans you mieht be interest-
ed to know, thev expect another
sell-out crowd tonieht when the Pi-
rate* take en the Braves aeain
Bill Mazeroski \v s the b;e Pitts-
i burgh gun last night He dro^e in
! three runs with a triole and two
si-igles. hoi) Friend did the pitfh-
ir.e for Pittsburgh until the 9th
v hen Milwaukee scored 3 times
| But Elroy Face put out the rally
before more damage could he done.
In other games last night the
Philadelphia Phillies edeed the Cin-
cinnati Pedlegs 5 to 4 in 10 innings
A single bv Willie Jones broueht
home the winning run Before that
game, the t>.vo clubs cimnleted a
contest that was suspended on June
first Cincinnati won it in 15 innings ,
12 to 11 w hen Phillies relief pitcher ;
Dick Farrell made a wild throw |
i after fielding a bunt
| The ether National League clubs ,
were not scheduled
In the American League the Bal-,
I timore Oiioles swer.t a dav-night
' dcubieheader from the New York I
i Yankees Gene Woodling led the
| way in the night same, as Balti-
more wen 9 to 3 Woodling had five I
hits in five tries, including' a home
I run, and drovf in runs. In the af-1
;terncon game. Baltimore won 3 to 1
, two en homers by Bob Nieman and
: Joe Ginsberg.
The Chicago White Sox edged
: the Cleveland Indians last night. 3
j to 1 behind the pitching of Billy
Pierce Nellie Fox supplied a cou-
ple of key doubles for Chicago,
home runs by Roy Sievers and Jim
Lemon helped the Washington Sen-1
ators to a 6 to 3 victory over the
| Fulcher is sidelined with a frac- j
tintd rib and an injured kidney.
Veteran place kicker Ben Agatan-]
lan has reported to the New Yark|
; Giants camp The Cleveland I
I Bi owns dropped three rcckies from ;
1 their squad, and the Los Angeles [
Rams released tour hopefuls.
Bosfoi. Reel Sox. Jackie- Jin&erU
; homered for Boston, while in New
| York. Mickey Mantle belted a hot.*".*
I run. So, Sievers, Mantle and Jen-
sen remained tied for the home
' run lead with 32 each.
In a day game, the Detroit Tigers
edged the Kansas City Athletics 3
to 2. Jim Bunnini; won his first
game since his no-hitter on Juiv
'v... ..a a to 3 It. Increase' liie-it le ad
to 12 games over second place
| Third place Houston rolled over
, Austin 5 to 1, and Mallas increased
! its lead over fifth place Austin
; tc a uame ami a hall by trimming
Victoria 7 to 5.
i MILWAUKEE 'If— A slump that |
lasted for a little over two years j
■ came to an end for proeolfer Cary I
I Middlecotf yesterday. He won the
$35,000 Milwaukee Ouen golf tour-'
; nament with a 4 round total cf.
| 264. The last time Middlecotf was!
; able to win a major tournament,
I was back in 1956 when he captured'
the U. S Open.
There was no stoppine Middle-
| coff yesterda *. He fired a three!
under pat 67 in the final round and
closed out the tournament 16
strokes under par His tctai ot 264,
set a record tor the Milwaukee'
Open, and matched the best totai
[ cf the year on the pro lour.
Bob Rosburg finished in second
place with a total of 266 atter fii-l
ing a 6 under par 64 in the finai |
Women in the United States own:
more than 65 billion dcliars worth !
of insurance protection. However,
men continue to own the major
share of lite insurance.
Oilers Appear Out!
To Win Contests
DALLAS i#.—Watch those Tulsa j
Cilers new that they've gotten j
their second wind.
They heat fading Corpus Christi1
7 to 2 last night and it Mas their!
sixth straight triumph as they ]
drove back towaid the Texas
League first division.
The spot Tulsa is seeking is held |
down by Dallas, which stands.
fourth. Between the Oilers and Dal-,
ias are Austin and San Antonio \
and those worties lost fast night to I
give Tulsa a enance tc pick up;
Fort W'oith's mighty Cats just1
kept roiling along, clipping San'
LAST TIMES TODAY
FROM THS PRODUCER OF"PEYTON PLACE" I
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dishes are brighter
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PENNY PORTRAIT—Taking inspiration from the sight cf
19-year-old bikini-clad Penny Smart, Genua, ttie chimp, sla pi
paint on canvas to create a work cf "abstract art.' Penny is
the granddaughter of the owntr of th«; Billy Smart circus.
when dishwashing Is done
Dishw ashing u as eai> at one. two, three - load, set «uiU
forget - when you have an Electric Disfawasher. As
Electric Dishwasher not only rids you ot youi most
tedious daily task ... it washes and dries youi dishes
htgienically clean. Your kitchen stays tidier... youi haadl
stay lovelier... and entertaining is much more hio
when you're Iree irom dirty-dish drudgery. See you*
favorite appliance dealer soon tot so Electric Dishwasher
- built-in or portable - that will help you
LIVE BEl'iEH ... ELECTK1CALLTI
w TIXAS IUCTBM
W. W. ROGERS, Muifn
A house wife-motorist recently paid her first
visit to a Phillips 66 Station, and reported
as follows . ..
"All I expected from my Phillips 66 Dealer
was ten gallons of gasoline and maybe the
windshield wiped. But the first thing I knew
they had cleaned the uindou t all around . ..
"Was I surprised when the attendant sug-
Ked he check the tires, including the spare!
n the battery and radiator. I figured he
must have me mugpd up with someone im-
portant. Wife of th*mayor, maybe?
"You could have knocked me over with •
feather when he started brushing out insid*
the car. 'You do this for every body?' I asked.
That's what he «aid ... everybody!
"About the gasoline ... I got that too. And
that Phillip* 66 Flite-Fuel makes my car run
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