Borger-News Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, December 20, 1946 Page: 4 of 10
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Philips Blackhawk (agers Trim
Canadian Wildcat Quintet 43-29
Ptpperdine Favored in
Cage Tourney Tonite
CANADIAN. Dec. 19 Displaying a balanced attack and
a smoothness of ball handling unexpected so early in the
season, the Phillips Blackhawk uasketball squad o'pened its
1946 47 season here toniqht by trouncing Canadiao s oxperi
enced wi!dcat quintet 43 29.
In a preliminary name, the Blackhawk "B" teatm defeated
the Canadian reserves 17 12.
HOUSTON, 11 v, LX'i. JO -vi C'hailev Richardson, the ram;y
The Southwest Lone Stai and . , .
Horde, conferences will h .v, "I the BlBckhawk*, s< m
teams in Houston's lu st annual five field goals and three tree
all-college iKibKetball tournament t,,l 0W., to lead the scoring far tlv*
opening tonight. but a.team from , ks . ,3 ,, „
California—George Pepperdine—,, " ■ 'J
favored to win the champion-
Smith was mnner-up with eig'it
Pepperdine sees its first action Indicative of the icorlng balance
in the second game of the first °f Hlackhawk quintet is t
round, engaging University of1'"'1 'hat in addition to Smith an i
Houston Texas A. and M. and Richardson, Earl .Jackson
Stephen F. Austin college cl: -h counted t« r 'even 'Joints and f) • t
in the opening game at 6 o'clock.Williams six. Hven guards. Mot'
Rice and North Texas State play ri- Payne and Joe Means tioped
fol|o\ving Pepperdine and I'ni- :n four and ltV« points respective*
versity of Houston and Tex,is Tech l.Y.
and Sam Houston State wind up r0r Canadian. Hill Cross, the
the first round terror of the gridiron, continued
Consolation, seml-fiuals, third- bis devastating ways on the bas.
place and finals are scheduled to- ketball court and kept Canadian
morrow and tomorrow lught. in the name with seven field goal*
— ; nd five free throw* for 19
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more than four.
The Blackhawts, who hsd
bern considered ore-game un-
der iogs necause ot ne lact
ihat lhev had hid only lhres
dav* oractici* for this opening
qame. got off to a slow start
and at halftiaie trailed tho
Wildcats 12-15. >
In the second half, however, tho
Phillips attack gained momentum
and their teamwork paid off for
,'!! points while holding the Wild-
cats to 14.
It was Canadian's third defeat
fn eight starts.
Billy Witt and Hoyt Ernest set
the scoring pace for the Black-
hawk B team with seven and six
points respectively. White wa*
the only Canadian player to scor
two field goals.
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Score at half: Canadian 15.' Phillips
Phillies "B" Team
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Sam Houston Sophomore
Is Named Queen of
Optimist Bowl Classic
Miss Biliie Arnold. 19-year-old
sophomore at Sam Houston State
college, HuntsvfUe, has been nam-
ed Queen of the Optimist Bowl
football classic and will be pre-
sented with her court tonight in
a downtown parade participated
in by the North Texas State and
College of Pacific grid teams.
Miss Arnold, daughter of Mr
i and Mrs. A. L. Arnold of Trinity,
I was selected yesterday by a board
of six judges. Members of the
Lone Star conference had named
six candidates for the honor.
By JACK ROBERTS
At last an industrial basketball
lc.'iKut* k being planned here.
Meaning, ot course, more recre-
ation and entertainment for a good
number of Borger people if the
deal kc,<"- through as expected.
Already formed in the loop arc
the Burger lied Sox, piloted by
towering R. If. Glass, whose son,
Jerry, ic a member of the Borger
Last night the Red Sox handed
the V.F.W post of Pcrryton 't 61
to 3B beating, at 1'erryton. Karl
Summers was the high point man
with IB tallies. Other members of
the squad are Melvin Price, Willis
Ray, Rex Orman, Jasper Stroud,
Harold Neeloy, Pete Luttreli, Slim
The Red Sox are sponsored liy
the local carpenters' union. We'd
like to see several other teams be
formed and go into the league.
Tonight the Red Sox journey
to Dumas to play the Cactus Ord-
nance Works quintet. Tip-off time
is slated for 8 o'clock.
Manager Glass is in the market
for more out of town games with
other independent teams.
Coach Trickey Ward announced
today that 23 Borger Bulldogs
earned a letter jacket this past
They are: Ends, Rex Orman,
Tommy Bice, Dick Hill, Norman
Phillips, Howard Culp; tackles,
Leon Chapman, James Patterson,
Ronald Heath, Billy Bishop. Vir
gil Patterson ;guards,Jimmy Pones,
J. D. Covington, Howard Hurt,
Rob Mosely; center. Jim Scdtt;
backs, Milton Price, Lee Roy Pil-
eher. Roy Lee Dunn. Alfred Hugh
fcj, Jerry Glass, R. C. Dalton and
I Jack Brown. ■
Next year's team will contain
tile following lettennen: Tommy
Bice, Billy Bishop, Jack Brown,
Jimmy Bones, R. C. Dalton, Jerry
I Glass, Dick Hill. Howard Hurt,
Virgil Patterson, Norman Phillips,
and Jim Scott.
Bice, Brown. Hurt, and Scott
were regulars thi* season. Scott,
at 2M pounds, will be shifted to
the fullback slot.
That means that next year's
team will consist of eleven letter-
men, four of which were regulars.
They are growing rapidly. The
Bulldog line is expected to be
somewhat heavier than this sea-
son's team but the backfield will
probably be lighter.
Plff 4—Borger, (Texas* News-Herald- Friday, Dec. 20, 1946
Hes Down—He s Up!
THEY MEAN WHEN
"It's either a
feast or a
Steers Bias! Predict Weather
De Paul 6143
By The Associated Press
The University of Texas Lonjj-
liorns with little Roy Cox giving
i ihem a lead that was never threat-
11 ned. handed the De Paul Blue
j Demons a 01-43 defeat last night
l in Chicago's Coliseum to cxtc d
I iheir undefeated record to seven-
] straight victories.
The Steers mu.U have tnV.cn
I ne mei-ia iuusi iw>' > " oc eSia uroncus «■" •«* •
hings seriously when th«vv ici.1 ; stf,te co-champions, the HU*
i i-u. rami : " . .. „ ■ tinn.-is.
eratures of the
„,t 4,'J-i.m:i «ere rising here W;
dav as weather observers
.hi cU ar. cool weather for tomoi •
row's semi-final schoolboy f ' *
bail game between the undefeated
Odessa Brwicos and the deleiv
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that their game with De Paul
wou'd mean much in reglstergig
their pewer as compared with that
tif the Rice Owls who* several
v/ueky ago were given the nod tor
the number one spot in pre-sea.-on
Southwest conference basketball
* That same Do Paul team only
ia t Saturday hud tripped an in-
vading Rice five, 48-44,
half tc give ETAOIN NNNNN'N
Cox. a five foot- eight inrli
guard, sank 16 points in the fits!
half to give the Texans a $4 1$
lead at the half. The Demons held
him to three points in the second
half but (he Texans had sufficient
power to more than maintain their
With Cox leading with 19 points,
Gene Stump, De Paul forward, was
runner-up for scoring honors with
Seek Early Trial
For Alleged 'Fixer'
Oi Pro Grid Game
NEW YORK, Dec. 20— .P, —
Assistant District Attorney George
P. Monaghan, in a surprise ma-
neuver. moved to bring Alvin J.
Paris indicted on charges ot' at-
tempting to bribe two members
of the New York football Giants,
to trial today in general sessions
Monaghan placed Paris' ti inio
jesterday on today's trial calen-
dar. He declined to comment on
nis reason for having the case
tried four days after the indict-
ment was handed up by the New
York county grand jury.
Defense counsel were expected,
however, to reouest an adjourn-
Paris. 28-year old novelty e^r-
cern officer, was indicted on the
specific charges of attempting to
bribe Frank File hock and Merle
liapes. backfield players for the
Giants, in an alleged attempt to
•fix" last Sunday's Giants-Chicago
Btais championship football game.
He hiis pleaded innocent.
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up for your leisun 11 ou re.
It was a great show despite the
Coach R. G. Coiield's Booker T
Washington Diagonettes went
down in defeat here last night at
tlie hands of the Carver Kittens of
Pampa by a score of 44 to 0.
II was the first negro school
basketball game ever staged here
and the Pampa charges of Mrs.
J. W. Turner took complete ad-
vantage of the unprecedented con-
test by walking elf with the one
Then Cofields's Dragons went
on the maplewood to go down to
the tune of 33 to 1 at the hands
of the Carver Wildcats. The Pem-
pa negro beys proved their abil
ity for deceptive ball handling and
kept the ball out Ml^thc hands of
the local negroes. *■*
Booker T. Washington scored its
four points by a field goal from
tho hands of Robert Butler and a
oe.ir of free shots by J. L. Mile and
Earl Vinson and Harry Hodges
were high point men for the visi-
tors with eight points each.
" FOLLOu/eO BV A DETROIT
OFFS/? FOR *40,000' ALL
OF A SUDPEbJ 8A5B3A'
CAfJ'7 Live WITHOUT H/M;
Arrested for Illegal
Killing of Deer
HARRISBURgT"Pa., Dec. ..0-
l/p>— Seventeen hunters — 13 of
'hem irom West Virginia—have
been arrested and fined a total of
$7,385 in the worst deer massacre
in the annalt of the state game
Scth Gordon, execv.ive se^re-
al ry of the commission, said the
r eer slayings occurred near Well}-
boro, in Tioga county, where the
party of West Vitginh and Penn-
sylvania hunters est.xhlishel a
"The men were* arrested on
charges of illegal killing of deer;
spotlight killing of deer; illegal
storage of venison; storage of il-
legal venison; and making false
statements in obtaining non-res-
ident licenses," Gordon said.
"They were guilly of indiscrim-
inately shooting at any deer that
made its appearance and com-
mission agents are still checking
on the number of does that were
killed illegally," Gordon added.
The game concluded the Long-[
horns' pre-Christmas schedule and
they do not have to protect their
perfect record until Dec. 26 when
they enter the annual college
tourni'ment at Oklahoma City.
Rice, Texas A. and M., and Bay-
lor return to action tonight, the
OwlF and Aggies in the all-col-
lege tournament at Houston and
the Bears meeting Eastern Ken-
tucky State Teachers at Louis-
land Park Scott jus ol DaUas
Another Odessa first string h ie .
i'eld player, Harvey <Pug^ Gabi' l.
was out of uniform yesterday vis
the Broncos tapored off Mr toe
important tilt. C.abrel entered ;
hospital Wednesday night but cli'jfc
tors reported his temperature ^
be normal yesterday at noon.
C oach Joe Coleman expressed
hope that the backfield star wouL.
be leady tomorrow-
Pyron Townsend, fullback, and
Hobby Moorman, end suited Ovit
for limbering up exercises. To.y i-
sciic has been nursing a knee in-
lui'v since the Vrichito Falls gan.e
last Saturday. Moorman is reccv
ering from a slight case of pneu-
monia. ... , „ Pr
Meanwhile, the Highland Portv
eleven was to move into Midland
today after spending last night at
Abilene and working out mere
Rusty Russell, halfback who pre
rents the greatest Injury worry to
Cdach Herman Morgan, took part
in the light session. Morgan said
the 190-pound back probably win
not start the game but should set
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they had yielded the gold fo
K ing Solomon's temple.
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the age of 35.
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FOR CHRISTMAS RACE
Miami; Fla., Dec. 20—(4*)— A
lieid of 19 was nominated today
for tho $10,000 Christmas handi-
cap to-be run over the Tropical
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Hang sportswear on the tree for him and his spirits will
scar as high as the topmost tinsel. Here are colorful
wool shirt* — sport shirts and fine wool sweaters all on
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It's the boys' shirt that's unique.
Tailored with an eye to the smallest deta's
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Phillips, J. C. Borger-News Herald (Borger, Tex.), Vol. 21, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, December 20, 1946, newspaper, December 20, 1946; Borger, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth293485/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hutchinson County Library, Borger Branch.