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PAGE SIX (ARK.V: OQURBK THURSDAY, APRIL «, I960 Field For NCAA Basketball Tournament Doubled; Sanity Code Talk Continues V>"}~T -•-:.. ...,.•...•-.,.•:.•.• - * m , Sons to Go Tci 16 Top Teams ! TV i- ' , M *^'l i r '^ l . < v i; Rule* of Procedure • For Study of Code [ - Set Up by Committee . r-i CHICAGO, Ch»inb*rUta April 6. (/P)— The r NCAA has put an end to internal •'; squabbling over • selections for Its ]t postseason basketball tournament by doubling the Held to 16 teams and r 'automatically including 10 major conference' champions. • -The method for selecting tourney tntrles Is being worked out by a "committee"" headed by Arthur (Dutch) Lonborg, new athletic director at the University of Kansas. It was reliably learned today that champions ol the nation's 10 major conferences will go and ihe other six berths,will be filled from so- called ^'members at large." ' Generally regarded as the dominating conferences are Pacific Coast, Big ,Ten, Skyline Six, Big Seven, Border,:Missouri Valley, Southwest, Southeast, Southern and Ivy League. There will be no fixed limit on the number of teams chosen from any-one of the NCAA's eight districts':'other-'than, certifying eight from the east nnd eight from the west for divisional playoffs. Thus, if a smaller school or an independent has a fine record against represetative opposition, it could ' be'selected -along with the major conference winner in the same district. * Heretofore, \itlists of top conferences usually j received the trip.while other worthy teams in the same district were,bypassed There was only one team from each' of the eight districts'-'-iirr-the field. Playoff Necessity Leneoed The new method also would lessen the" necessity of playoffs, such as Bradley, s winher of the 1 Missouri Valley' jppnieren'ce, 'meeting Kansas, Blg'seven.champion, to decide the 1950 tourney' Spot for the Fifth 'District^ Both schoois~would go. And if 'a situation arose In the Fifth District' such as" this year—probably three, would go. The Selection Committee had a hard time deciding whether Kansas, Kansas State or Nebraska, co-champions of the Big Seven, should be given the nod. When Kansas was finally chosen, rumblings from K-State were heard throughout the NOAA. In addition to eliminating family rows, the expanded NCAA field also has prospect "of rubbing some luster off the 12-tcam National Invitational meet at the New .York's Madison Square Garden. It Is no secret that NCAA officials have frowned upon schools playing both the NI.T. and NCAA tourneys, such as ' Kentucky did last year and Bradley this sear. C C N.Y. winner of both, was named-NCAA district representative only, when H showed such promise during the NIT. competition." Usually NJ.T. invitation "leele'rs' are issued weeks ahead. Some teams have been prone to accept because of uncertainty of being chosen for the NOAA. Much of this dissolves under the new setup, and the enlarged field of 16 may make it a little more difficult for the NJ.T to get the quality teams it wants, , To Keep Playoffs The NCAA undoubtedly will keep Its western and eastern preliminary playoffs in Kansas City and New York, respectively. But the flnu four-team competition likely will be shifted In 1951 from Madison Square Garden to Minnesota which has the largest university owned arena in the country (18,000 capacity.) There are also signs of a movement for an NCAA ruling that no member team can compete In both the NJ.T. and NCAA tournaments It is questionable, however, If I will gain much support. Meanwhile, athletic chiefs of 20 conferences today continued discus sion of making the Sanity Cod more pliable. "Rules of procedure" were a greet upon yesterday. These are !-To an alyze prevailing college athletl practices governing aid to athleti and decide which ones are good an which are bad and 2—To analyz the Sanity Code and see if the prac tices which are considered accent able can be pursued under it, and if not, what modifications would needed. • Bombers Rout Bloodhounds By75-54Count HOLLAND, Mo., Apr. 8. — The professional St. Louis Bombers set a fast pace In the first quarter. and, then horse-played around for the other three with some.'fancy- dan ball handling and still managed to man handle the Arkansas'Blood- hounds 75-54 In nn exhibition basketball game here yesterday afternoon. Paced by their captain, six-foot eight-Inch "Easy," Ed McCauley, twice All-American from St. Loiils University, the Bombers took a 21- polnt lead In the first quarter and ousted from there :while they hrillcd the packed house with an hibltlon of ball handling deluxe. "Easy Ed," one of the most gracc- ul of basketball's tall men, used s rangy frame to an advantage In rebound work but it was : his am mates I.'Ikc Todaravlch, for- er Norte Dame ace, and Lou Lehan and'Joe Brehmcr of St. Louis ., stol» the show." ... Lehman Leads • Bomber Lehman led the Bombers In point aktng with 16, one more than Me-; anley and Behmer and Todaravlch ere the ball handling olow'ns!. For the:- Bloodhounds,' Benrile r ilhelm,- former Arkansas State ollege great who now coaches nt teele High School was the big of- enslve gun scoring 19 points but was Blylheville's Jimmy Fisher s the defensive ' sparkplug. Th'e jrmer Henderson State College all- ater operated beautifully under .e baskets nnd matched the much' alter McCauley fairly well on the ebounds. The-. Bloodhounds go .to. Joncs- oro tonight to play the Frolic ootwear team, and tomorrow night hey open a tliree-game series \ylth Shearer Motor Company five f St. Louis at osceola. The lineups: ombers f Po>s. Bloodhounds Lehman (16) . P. ogan (6) .. P. 5) C. Wllcut (14) .. O. otlaravlch,(15) G. Porker Nine Wins FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., April Iff) - The University of Arkansa baseball team beat the Universlt of Missouri, 7-4, here yesterday be hind the six-hit pitching of lefl hander John Bailey. The Arkansas golf team also play Masters Stills . "• r j Squabble in PGA Firing Sfartt Today In Augu*ta Tourney, Tops of Winter Circuit •By Sterling SUppty Augusta, Ga., April , ». (/P)—The umbllngs of rue It us' In the PGA ere merely murmers today as the 4th playing of the Masters Golf Tournament'began over'the hills rid green* of the Augusta National. The scrambling within the PGA d get more power lor touring gqll- rs In running tournaments nearly vershariowed preparations for tlie 10 FEET HIGH-—Stepping it off in unison at Plnehurst Race Track are trotters Fast Talk and Brown Pegasus, driven by Frank SafTord, making it a total of 10 feet "off the ground at one ttme. The K«ene, N.H., trainer has 45 Ijotters and pacers among the almost 200 quartered in the North Carolina resort TRA.NING CAMP BRIEFS By (he Associated Press . (19) wilhelm ... (6) Rogers (10) Sisler .. (0) Coleman (3) Fisher FORT WORTH, Tex., April 8. (JP) — Dodger pitcher Bob MilHkeh's valise .has been shipped-,through to Brooklyn. : The rookie, who still belongs to the Brooklyn farm In Port Worth, has Impressed Manager Biirt Shotton in spring exhibitions. "That theory about Milliken"need- Ing another year b a lotta hooey," Shotton said. "The way some of oiir pitchers are shaping'up he could get plenty/of work." Substitutions: Bombers — Francis 7), Brehmer (2).':Bloodhounds — Vails (4), Jones (2)' and'Baker ..(2). Exhibition Baseball Yesterday's Results New York (A) 8, St. Louis (N) * Detroit (A) 11, Macori (SAL) 9 New-York (N) 8,,Cleveland (A) 2 Beaumont (TL): 7,'Chicago (A) 5 Brooklyn (N) 10. Dnllas (TL) 6 Chicago (N) 22, St. Louis (A) 12 Cincinnati'(N) 16, Atlanta (SA)'5 Shreveport : (TL) 8, Philadelphia W 2 Pittsburgh (N) S. New Orleans :SA) 4 Mobile (SA) 12, Brooklyn "B" <N> Philadelphia (A) vs West Palm Beach (rain) • Washington (A) vs Kansas City iwet grounds). •Today's Schedule t Boston (A) ,vs Jacksonville at Jacksonville, Fla. , Chicago (A) vs Houston at Houston, Tex. Detroit (A) vs Atlanta at Atlanta, ia. , Chicago (N) vs St. Louis (A) at San Antonio. Tex. Cincinnati (N) vs Boston (N) at Columbia, S.C. V Brooklyn (N) vs Fort Worth at Fort Worth, Tex. (night) -• Cleveland (A) vs New York (N) at Dallas,-Tex. ... Philadelphia (N) vs Shreveport <TL) at Shreveport, La. Pittsburgh • (N) vs New Orleans (SA) at New Orleans, La. Brooklyn (N) (B squad) vs Montgomery at Montgomery, Ala.» ; Farnell to Pilch : JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 6. (JP) —"We should start the season well off for pitchers," Manager Joe McCarthy said today as the Red Sox played the local club in the first of eight games scheduled for their homeward trek. The Sox broke their spring training camp at Sarasota yesterday and are due to reach Boston April 14. Mel Parnell twirls against Jacksonville and Joe Dobson , Is .slated to pitch at Macon. Ga.. tomorrow. champ, boasts 375. Meyer Still a Question ' SHREVEPORT, La... April 6/m— Pitcher Russ Meyer still is a big auestlon mark In theM950 plans of the Philadelphia Phillies. Meyer was decidedly off form yesterday in what was supposed to be n nlnc-lnnlng test of his fragile elbow. He lasted only three Innings, giving un six runs and seven'hlts and walked nine as Shreveport of the Texas League beat the Phils. 8-2. Tech Loses to Iowa; : Henderson Beats Ozarks i . By The Associated Press '. Arkansrs Tech lost a baseball game Wednesday to an out-of-stntc foe., University of Iowa, defeated the Techmen. 6-4. In a game within the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference, of which Tech Is a member, Henderson Suite Teachers beat College of the Ozorks 13-8. Henderson outhlt Ozarks, 13 (a 9. In the Tech-Iona game. Tech's Alton Roberts and the visitors' Browne, a catcher, each got three hits iut of four times at bat. cd Missouri, but best It could get was a 3-3 tie. Ryan Looking Good COLUMBIA, B.C., April «. (/P>— Utility Inflelder Connie Ryan who appeared to hold the inside track on the second base post today was labelled "my first baseman until further notice" by Boston'. Braves Manager Billy ; . Southworth.. .The Sraves, who'broke their Bradenton spring training camp yesterday, Dlay the Cincinnati Reds today with Warren Spahn on .the mound In the first of seven games enroute to Boston. Earl- Torgeson,' regular first sacker, twisted his left knee last week while getting off a pullman and was sent ahead to Boston yesterday for "special treatment. * Lou Likes Easier DALLAS, Tex, April 6. (/P)—Luke Easter-ls;tUTnlng out to be a fielder as .well.'-as' a slugger, claims Manager Lou Boudreau of the Cleveland Indians. " As the Indians arrived here to resume their exhibition series with the New York Giants. Boudreau still was talking about big Lvke's almost unbelievable catch yesterday when the Tribe lost' to the Giants at Houston 8-2. . Enster speared Alvln Dark's line while crossing the right field foul line for a sensational second-Inning catch. • . . ' What's more, Boudreau now Is convinced'Luke'-can hit both right and left-handed chuckcrs. Accordingly, Lou's current plans—subject to change again—are to play Easter every day and discard the plattoh outfield system he rigged up last month to pit right-handed batters against southpaw pitching. i Meyer was the Phils leading pitcher last season, winning 17 while losing eight. Hues Won't Cut Squad NEW ORLEANS, April, 6. (/P) — Pittsburgh Pirate officials • have changed their mind about slashing their roster while in New Orleans. Originally the Bucs planned to reduce their found here but General Manager Roy Hamey says that has been postponed until tomorrow when the- Bucs reach Chattanooga on their exhibition swing north. The Bucs are slated to meet New Orleans In an exhibition tonight. They're .hopeful of running their current win streak to five in a row after beating their Pelican farm club 6-4 last nljht. • Manhlldon Sold ; WEST PALM BEACH; Fla.. April 8. (iP)—The Philadelphia Athletics were down-,to 27 players today, the number they, plan to take north with them on Friday. Pitcher Phil Marchildon, once regarded as one of the most valuable hurlers In baseball, Iwas sold outright and pitchers Charley Harris nnd Ed Hrabcsak were optioned to Buffalo of the International-League yesterday to get the squad down to the traveling number. Retained by the A's are 10 nitch- ers. three catchers, seven Infielders arid seven outfielders. Experts Eye Hill Prince as Derby Favorite NEW YORK, April 6. (« — Th, Kentucky Derby will be run a month from today, and as of now, oil CabI tol and Hill Prince stack up as th "big two." ';:'. , Oil Capitol, Toni Gray's Flaming Stakes winner, recently arrived o the derby scene - at Louisville fron HIaleah, Fla.,. and began' trainln in the role of a 7 to 2 favorite fo the May 6 classic: Meanwhile, mos lines had C. T. Cheriery's Virginian Hill Prince, at 6 to. 1. :: But the oddsmakers were busy to day shuffling their .quotations fo the blue grass extravaganza and wouldn't be surprising if they mov Hill Prince right up there with O Capitol because of the way th chenery charger won yesterday's ex perimental. handicap No. 1 at Ja maica, ' It was the tall bay's first 19! start and verified-his'excellent ton as a Juvenile. He answered the on question that needed to be answert —that he is as good as he was las year. . . Ace Jockey Eddie Arcaro said Ju. that after.guiding the prince to length and a quarter triumph In ti 1 six -furlong test, supplementing h remark-with, "and that Is som thing." . The strapping son of. the cup horse, Princequillo, ran one of his typical races, spotting many lengths to faster beginners, then coming-on 1 with a .characteristic stretch kick in slop and rain. His time. 1:12. was ood in such going. With Arcaro itting still, the cold worked out a ull mile in 1:40 flat. Tasters Tournament: earlier •eek. But the scrapping died this Lown nd verbal weapons were put In nothballs until a showdown meet- ng here Monday. And In the place of that unpleasantness is the playing of the Wasters—the top stop' on golfdoms vinter circuit, on Monday, maybe ooner, arguments are due betweei he unhappy stars and : PGA of- icials. but until then .the Masters s the thing to try and win. Odds Against need Sam Snead Is short man rn the odds. It's three-to-dne that th mountaineer from White Sulphu Springs, W. Va , won't successfull defend his crown. "I'm right ner yous," Sammy, says. The field Is 65, largest but 'pr'ob ably not the strongest, in th listory of the tournaments. Nexi .to Snead in the odds a four-to-one are National Ope champion Cary MIddlecoff an little Ben Hogan. Hogan hasn't wo a Masters in seven tries. He playe the- best golf In practice round but good practice, rounds mea little.; Johnny Palmer' Is given a five to-one chance and Jimmy Demare and , Jack Burke, Jr., are chalke up at six-to-one. ~ . •All former Masters,.winners are here except Craig Wood and Ralph Guidahl. Besides Sriead the past champions are Claude Harmon, Herman Kelser, Byron Nelson, Dc- m»ret, Henry, pickard. Gene Sarazen and Horton Smith. During the winter the touring pros wrecked 'par on nearly, every stop from California to Florida to North Carolina. They niost likely won't .continue here. The National winds and climbs 6,900 yards over the piney east Georgia hills in championship form. Par is 36-36-12\ Merriman's Hitting Splurge Helps Reds Beat Atlanta 76-5 By The Associated Fre« The shift from grinding out yard- ge off tackle to banging baseballs ff major league fences'miy turn ut all right yet for Cincinnati out- lelder Lloyd Merrlman.- Stanford's former backfield ace, crapping for a regular centerfield pot, had a great 'day yesterday. Considered a light hitter, Merriman macked a three-run homer In 'Ciny's 16-5 victory over the Atlanta Crackers", Better yet, he idded four more hits. •.;•'. In bis first season up last year, he Inexperienced Merrlman hit on- y .230 in 103 games. He broke in ith Columbia of the South Atlantic League in 1948, batting .298. . Detroit's Hoot Evers also had a heavy day. Evers keeps on hitting he long ones, this time two home runs In the Tigers' 11-9 victory over tfacon. One came with the bases full. Reynolds Goes Route Two New York pitchers hurled complete games. Larry Jansen pi the Giants allowe Cleveland! only four hits in New York'- 8-2 victory But watch out Joe Page: Allie.Ray- nolcls also lasted nine, innings anc he defeated the pardlrials. 8-4. All last season Reynolds pitched only four complete games wml winning! 17. most of them with the help of relief pitcher Page/Anothe: milestone, Reynolds Is the first Yan kee pitcher to go the rout* this .spring. Jce DiMaggio's !..legs ga\e ou again. .The great ovlfialder pullei a muscle In his calf while runnini to first bue he is expected back i] the lineup in a few days In .the-^ast few seasons the Chicago Cubs have come out on the wrong end of 22-12 scores. But not yesterday. They unloaded five hom- ers, tw. by Andy Pafko. Jn. f the St. Louis Browns. .. At least one ballplayer believes here's less future ID , pi tchlnt than n driving » UxL Rookie Howard (Dlr) Sutherland, placed on option o Chattanooga by Washington; *»id nothln dpin'. Hither than go to th« minors, Sutherland' s*ys, hell go back to hacking. ' '' M. Itolian Police Steze Large Supply of Arms ROME —<*)— iUlian police h»v« uncovered and confiscated enough arms In the last three years to equip a dvilslon. The startling fig. ures were given by Gigorgio Tup- ini, 27-year-old Christian Democrat majority party'. deputy in • opposing a Communist move to disarm police. .'•- : . .... . Prom 1946 through 1949, said 81g. Tupini, police have found and confiscated 80 cannon,' 407 : mortars, 12,000 machine: and submachine guns. 52,000 rifles, and 100.000 hand grenades. Art! fie ia I, Flowers Soon Become Real Thingt NEW YORK (AP>—Capitalizing on., the trick of bringing branches of willow into the house to force pussy willows to sprout .early, : New York department stores have' been selling sprays of • dogwood with artificial blossoms attached. 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