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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                Texas Conference Cage Meet Set Here Monday i Bulldogs Meet I South Texas P The eight best toams in the Aj Junior College Conference fe on Corsicana Monday I the annual conference bas c fketbal tk J NJC Host ec fc Navarro Junior for first time in its will 24 yjhost the conference Site iiof the event has been rotated in AV after being held in Jmore permanent Champions and runnersup in iu feach the four zones of the con P are eligible to attend the T Play will be held Mon dl Jday afternoon and and bj morning and a Finals come at 9 i Admission prices for the tour si are SI for adults and 50 for a Teams thus far entered In the si Stourney are S South Texas Junior li champion of Zone 1 V Decatur Baptist Junior O 5 champion of Zone 8 Hcnder K 3 son County Junior C 2 champion of Zone 2 San An tl tonio Junior runner up in Zone 1 Cinrenilon Jun ior champion of Zone 4 Jfnvnrro Junior runnerup in Zone Two more entries are to be the runner up in Zone and the runner up in Zone Games ate this week will de termine these Lee Navarro Junio College athletic is i charge of the tournament ar Parings Listed Pairings have already been ar The tourney opens at 2 m when Henderson Coun ty Junior College and San An tonio Junior College At 4 Clearendon C meets the Zone 3 At Navarro C takes on South Texas Junior Co Zone 1 Mondays slate ends with a matching between Decatu Baptist and the runnei up in Zone Semifinals are due at 9 m and 11 1c i To Pick Schoolboy Cagers NowEngaged In Regional Playoffs Tourney Next By The Associated Press tj 2 Twentyfour teams will be de itermined Friday and Saturday J for the schoolboy basketball J tournament at Austin next J I Four regional playoff games j fare scheduled in Class AAAA a Houston Milby and Port d JArthur clashing at Beaumont Dallas Jefferson and Gar Inland playing at Dallas Friday Defending Champion Pampa 2 CStakes on Odessa at Pampa and McCalium meets Laredo Jat San Antonio i jz Four to State The four winners go to the Vj Delate tournament Class AAA also has regional games except in Region where there will be a tourna pMtnent at Lubbock among Here San Angelo tj Lakeview and Green and Kilgore play at Com jfmerce and South San Antonio Kingsvllle at Corpus Christ j fFriday while Smiley and Bau hiont French clash at Bryan This division also sends four teams to the state tournament do Classes AA and t Class AA has these regional tournameints At Lubbock Semi is At Denton Whites New Lon At College Station At Victoria Clear Creek San Antonio Devinc AA these regiona Class AA has tournaments At Lubbock White Deer At Denton Holll White At College Station Troup Orange Victoria Missouri City Corpus Christ Foyr There will be eight regiona tournaments in Class which sends eight teams to the state The are At Canyon Bovlna Turkey Knot Roscoe High At Brownwood Hawley Val ley At Sherman Henrietta Mid Everman Roxton At Kilgore Blooming Franks Spring At Bronham Nor Big Tarkington At San Marcos Round Top At Kingsville San At Odessa Bal Van Three Britons Listed Among 1 Top Heavies NEW YORK W T tfK away those old gags about horl zontal British For It the first time since Ring Maga zine started its world boxing ratings 33 years three oi the big boys from the British Isles occupied berths among the heavyweight divisions top 10 The monthly ring re leased had British and Bos wells Ice Cream GOOD ALLTHE i TELEPHONE TR British Empire champion Hen ry Cooper fourth and two form er British and Brian London and Joe ninth and a 25yearold Welsh rejoined the soleclion group on the strength of his up 10round decision over American Willie Pastrano in London Willie Drops of Miami was dropped from fifth place to seventh for his narrow In half of the list was filled hy Swedens undefeated European heavy weight I n g e m a r and Cubas Nino Valdes maintained their one two The remainder of the top 10 Includes Zora third Sonny Phila fifth light heavyweight champion Archie San and Eddie Liston was named fighter of the month for his knockout over Mike Dejohn of Syra DeJohn was removed from the list to make way for The nations thoroughbred tracks drew pa trons during WORTH A TRIP TO HOUSTON FAT STOCK SHOW AND RODEO February 25 thru March 8 Performances Saturdays and Sundays Sam Houston Coliseum t starring JAMES ARNESS MARSHAL MATT DILLON star of TVs GUNSMOKE Worlds Greatest Calf Scramble Cutting Horse Contest at EVERY performance PRICES Nights and Sunday Matinees Saturday Matinees GOOD SEATS AVAILABLE FOR EVERY PERFORMANCE Coliseum Pox Office Open Monday thru Saturday 9 6 For information call CA 46851 COMMENTS BY CANANT By TALMADGE CANANT Daily Sun Sports Editor NOT SEARCHING FOR FOURLEAF CLOV Louis Cardinal catcher Jim might look like lie Is searching the sod for fourleaf clovers at the spring training camp at hut he Is actually run ning through an acoustical Cot Roch ester manager helping out at the Cards hits a ball into the the player then runs in the direction he thinks the ball has gone and attempts to make the AP Wirephoto Circle K Clouts Kiwanis SCorSicatta Bartt gtm PORTO Texas February 1959 CAROL HEISS WINS SKATING CROWM AIMING FOR 1960 By AVIIX GRIMSLEY COLORADO if she might erase the fantastic ri rcls of Sonjn Hcnic and prove icrsclf the greatest woman ilg ure skater who ever Thanks But Carol prefers to She to finish marry have a houseful of Suppose I skated until I WAS 6 or 27 and kept winning gold the sparkling ueen of the ice young What vould I drawer full of ledals gathering and a vasted Miss a bakers daughter from Ozone N and a junior at New York swopt to her fourth straight world womens figurr sluititi championship here TlHirsdiiy When she two of her hicf Hanna Walter of Austria and Sjoukje Dijkstra of nc rushed up and mbraccd Youre wonder said We didnt iind losing o Carol is called the lonesome No other skater is vcn She Is also called the skates Everybojy ivcs She looks and acts like the retty little girl next rfhc as blonde green eyes and quick She bubbles with Fame has not spoil Her Edward is a haker of modest means on Long Is Her who died in look extra work as a Irxtiln designer to spr that arol and hrr younger sis got proper skat inp The longer I live ttip more realize how much luothrr ii nd dad sacrificed for Carol They skimped and saved and saw that we got the Carol began Kknting at 6 Jt lie Brooklyn Ice caught le eye of famed coach Pierre Brunei at 8 and at 12 was an xperieiiced She was 10 when she com Dted in the Olympic Games al in barely to Tenley Carol beat Miss Albright lat er that year for the first of her world ill at Her die The Circle 1C Club of Navarro Junior College staged a second half surge on the NJC court to defeat the Corslcan 4636 here Thursday About 80 persons turned out for the Proceeds to help send the Circle Kcrs to convention this Lead At Half The Kiwanians led at the During the halftime Intermis the Navarro under the direction of played several Six of the Navarro Neila shortly ed that Carol had never won an Olympic gold Olympics Aim It is the memory of this which is driving the young ccampion through at least an other year of exhausting prep She rises often at and sometimes her practice carries on until I havent had a date for she Brunei insists ifisss Heiss tj day is the greatest figure skat er of all She is much more precise on her figures and is much smoother free skater than was he Miss Heuic put together 10 straight world championships between 1927 and 1030 and add three Olymnic starling In I only want the Olympic Carol 1 clnfinitely dont intend to con tinue long at ever turn this nor Clinic Popular DALLAS ap proached the mark loday for a twoday coaching clinic drawing high school nnd foot ball coaches from all parts of the Between and coach es are expected to atttend thejorimmett Tonight In Kilgore the Blooming Grove basketball team carries the 49B escutch eon into regional The to put It is and Lion Coach Wayne Cyphers is frankly not optimistic about the There are sev eral good reasons for not the least of which Is the fact that some teams are close enough to that corkfloored gym to get in a practice ses sion on it before game Blooming Grove Is too away for But the records of the other regional teami are most and the opposi tion has been You gather Cyphers would be very surprised to see the Lions survive the first game Another man who is not th most optimistic in the wor right now is Jesse Cummings It was you wh took the Corsicana High base ball club to dizzy heights las year before the South Santon crash It is you may be sun who is worried about the lac of experience on this year though there are boys out there trying for place on the when the weathe His problem is How to mak two starters from last year d for a whole ball So Cummings confesses I have seen few boys who giv promise of being W may have to do something be sides hit this One week from this after noon the Tiger nine has a gam scheduled here with Peggy Pat Beverly Zoe Ann and Darla Sue performed an Arkansas Traveler They also did another Mary Kay Lou Nancy the NJC major also did a Second Half To open the second half ot the Kiwanis had several slow made a couple of tlle most colorful of the Tex Linda and Plans are being completed for the Texas Conference bas ketball tournament here next Monday and It is hoped that Corsicana and Navarro county basket ball fans will turn out for this There will be eight teams from the far corners of the and they bring tine best basketball available In Texas juco ranks here for the twoday This Is Corslcanas first time to host this and a good crowd would do no possible harm to NJCs rep utation as a irst round play Is due Mon while semifinals are due Tuesday morning and the finals will come Tuesday Second round of the Mildrec Dads Clubs grade school has ketball tournament comes to Seven schools are send ing teams to this the firs one to be attempted by the Mil dred It will continue through Sat urday when finals arc There has been more compel far tive interest in the grade schoo cagers on the part of Class B schools this year than in the if we can judge that cate gory Mildreds team of had an excellent rec ord in the past couple of entering several tour naments at East Texas points where these events for the youngsters are not First First Quintets Win First Methodist and First Baptist adult division teams won their YMCAChurch Lea gue basketball contests Thurs day night Firstplace First Methodist beat EmC with Fuller acoring 18 points to lead the winners and Reed lending him help to the tune of 14 First Baptist outpointed North lorsicana 4139 in a close McColpin of the win ners and Lorimer of the losers each scored 12 points to tie for high pojnt honors for the The box score FIRST Former Texas Leaguer Killed EAGLE of costly and the younger set began to pull Midway the third quarter the Circle Kcrs caught and passed the Kiwanis The box score CIRCLE K CLUB FG 0 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 0 3 5 2 1 22 KIWANIS CLUB Jones Kennedy Matthys Wechunt Herod Benham Jones Ramthun Smith Howard Gibson Kuppcr Hollingsworth Pollock Patrick Cook clinic being directed jointly head coaches Bud Wilkinson Oklahoma and Duffy Dauyher ty of Michigan Also assisting in the clinic are Towns Forest Navys Eddie LSUs Poul Dietzel and TCUs Abe Jo secretary of the has been Cleveland Womens Bowling for Kerloy Currinplon Turn Harris Turn Johnston Cook 3 1 2 o 0 n o 17 FT 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 PK TP as Leagues performers th 1920s was killed yesterday wher his pickup truck skidded rainswept highway and over He was Howard Fitzgerald who played with Wichita Falls from 1924 to witt 0 Fort Worth in 1031 and o San Antonio in 2 Fitzgerald was alone whei 2 the truck skidded out of con 4 trol near his farm home abou miles from here and som 9 50 miles west of 3 In games played in th 0 Texas Fitzgerald ha a u batting 101 He had operated a farm am 5 cleaning plant here since hi 2hallplaying 46 HORNS AUSTIN Unlvcrsit of Texas defeated Texas am g swimming team 6026 her 5 last night for their third dua 4meet victory of the Ottn rSparky who played as an infieldor with the Cincinnati is a scout Tor the Washington Attention Home Owners OLD HOMES NEW HOMES WOOD HOMES MASONRY HOMES ALL TAN BE INFESTED WITH ENJOY REAL PEACE OF MIND WITH DEPENDABLE SCIENTIFIC PnOTECTfON FROM SOUTHWEST OLDEST PEST International Exter minators Killers of roaches and other SINCE Call Stock TR46961 Free Inspection No EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT Seats NOT Reserved CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCES becomes Walt Disneys Most Wonderful Motion Picture LO THIS IS THE ONLY THEATRE IN THIS whera you can see all the ot this magnificent motion picture In TECHNIRAMA and ONLY can you experience the sensation of Ite glorious muiic in full STEREOPHONIC SOUND M Walt Disney visualized its perfect Spectaclt Set to Fefde doles Celebrated Grand Canyon Suite WALT DISNEYS GRAND CANYON i full StiiMphonic Saund Hillside DRIVEIN Dial TR48701 3 BIG MOVIES I Now Thru Sunday Shows Once at FG Fuller 6 luker 0 Tewes 2 Reed 7 3 Callicutt 1 Steely 2 FT 6 0 1 0 0 1 1 PF TP 21 B EMC King 3 unn HcCrory 1 Skinner 3 ummins 3 1 0 2 2 1 2 0 8 51 0 3 2 0 14 8 11 36 FG FT PF TP Reed Wilcox Stack rrlmmett Doolen 4 0 4 4 6 1 19 FIRST Dooley 5 0 Woody McKie Price Brietz McColpin 2 1 5 1 5 19 12 39 10 11 12 41 NOW SHOWING THRU SUNDAY JOHN SAXON MOLLY BEE PRETTY KIDS are back with 7 NEW PLUS imwi prtjtni PLUS IS THIS THE TRUTH i BEHIND THE GREAT IOSTOH ROBBERY TONY JULIE GEORGE CURTISADAMSNADER four Win Openers In Mildred Meet boys beat 27 SpL Frost and Wortham boy a Blooming Grove and Emhouse girls came through the first round of play with victories Thursday night in the Mildred Grade School Basketball tour Frost and Worthams boys scraped by Blooming 18 Blooming Groves girls edged while Emhouse girls got a 3111 win over the Frost Four more games will be play ed High scorers in the boys games were Lucas of Wortham and Luther of Blooming with 6 and 10 respective ly Green and Williams of each of whom got 8 and Davis and Neil of each of whom scored 6 Janice Jackson of with 13 and Lavon Fitz of Blooming with were high in their game while Vera Dill of with 18 and Barbara ockran of with 4 d their team Crossroads boys led Frost at he and fell in the econd Todays slate opens with the 30 game between Wortham nd Mildred and continues the matching between Emhouse and Richland At Emhouse and Frost iris while the closer matches Crossroads and Bloom ng Grove boys in consolation Nickey George Weiss Talk On Salary UP the New York Yankees 1 power ar rived here Thursday night and said he planned to call General Manager George Weiss for a salary conference The 26yearold centerfield star did not say whether he vould sign his but in dicated that he and the Yankees vere not far Holds Out who earned ast reportedly is holding out for a after sending Mickey a contract calling for has agreed to boost the figure but apparently wants Mantle to agree to certain conditions be ore yielding to the sluggers demands for Mickey wants no part of any conditional I am just not going to talk about Weiss replied when asked to specify what the conditions In the past the misconduct thing has been Weiss was referring to the Ford case in which it was re ported that Whitey balked at signing conditional contract ngrceing to observe curfew reg ulations and other training There absolutely was no be lavior clause attached to Fords Weiss We nerely wanted him to adhere to a prescribed diet which he fail ed to do last Vorlham Girls Take Second Fairfield Win Vortham High girls handed airfield girls their second de at of the week here Thursday ight in nonconference basket all In a B Fahfields girli on a 4526 Nancy Stooksberry led the Vortham quint in scoring with i and teammate Linda enry scored Edith Nettla ad 21 for Fairfield is the 20A district Wortham is 49B Sun Want Ads Bring SKATING eo 10 Saturdays nml to a Instructor ROLLERCADE West Highway 31 Phone 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