Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 20, 1951 · Page 6
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 6

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 20, 1951
Page 6
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PAGE SIX LAS CHUCE8 IN. M.) SUN-HEWS Sunday Morning. M»y 20, 1951 UNN Tackles Skyline First Time In Fall ALBUQUERQUE, May If M'l Tli(! Unver.sity or New Mexico i t H the Skyline Conference for thirst lime this fall. The re-sounding ullop may bu hoard alj.iolulely 'i where. linl win or lose, Xew Mexico is iinn lo find out one tiling. Couch id Ik'tfiuot IH goinK lo throw v;iy Uie record book.t, let the ijiK fall where they may, iiml enl t h e next two year. 1 ; finding it if the cream of New Mexico's lalvi: sons cun step out and piny f i n n i n g football w i t h the "hip iny.'i" uf Uu: Skyline Conference. Seven itaturn There were only seven reluming i l t e i m r n in the Ixbo npring foot- ball camp plu.i 38 youngsters moved up from last year's far from senimtional B. team and freshman squads. Seventy-five per cent of a varsity squad that could muster a bare two wins In 10 starts last autumn has departed. Degroot faces the biggest rebuilding Job in hB 26 years of coaching but there Isn't any gloom. Good J'nmpeets Why? Because -12 of the best looking college pro.ipcctn New Mexico has ever turned out have indicated they'll be beaded towards i;NM come the f i r s t day of Scp*. lumber. It's undoubtedly the biggest, fastest, mo«t nigged crop of freshmen in the University'. 1 ) football history, which is far from a glorious one. negrooL makcB I wo predictions about next fall. First--"If the Skyline Conference passes a freshman eligibility rule at its June conference, meet- ing, we'll field an battling a bull club as there Is in the 'league." "Million MlMtakM" Second--"Moat of our kids won't even be dry behind the ears ns far as college ball is concerned and we'll make a million mistakes. But we mny be fast enough, and tough enough tq cover a lot of them up." The coaching .staff will have only three short weeks in which to work with the incoming 'freshmen before the Lobos open their season tit home against Arizona Slate College at Flagstaf on Sept. 22. NO HUMPS IN 21 VEAKS DENVER (/Pi -- Capt. Ivan Olson, pilot for Continental Air Lines Ibis year began his 21st year of flying with 23,000 hours airborne behind him. He says he never has even scratched an airplane. Kvciy- time he coinj'.tetes -another 1,000 hours. Olson passes out cai.Jy to the passcngeis. Hogan Limits Self To Three More Tourneys BY FICANK KCK *AI* Nfiwuf MI turn's SjMrtH Etlttur NEW YORK,--Ben Hogan, golfs' Mr. MonnyhagK, announced' after lie won the Master's tournament that he would play only three other tournaments this year. And he's slicking to.his word despite'some fabulous offers. The. l i t t l e nmn from Hmhey, I'jf.,- next will piny In tint §10,000 (ireunurler Open at White Sulphur Springs, W. VH-, Mii,V 10-18 After that he'll tiikc part in Uu; Colonial iu- vitullon :il Korl \Viirl, M»y 2-127, anil then thu TJ. S. Open at Oiiklunrl Hills, IJIrminifhnni, Mii-h., .Jiini- 14-l(i. JU'ti on the djH!ii last .viKir to climax a roineliiiek rollownjf H near fa- ' ' (at automobile, accident. It's easy to ace why BaniaiuBen wants to play. at Greenbrier. Last uprlng Hogan won the event with a 21-umler par 250 winch tied the PGA lournacmnt record held by Byron Nelson. It a!. S o marked Ben's first triumph on his comeback trail. And he went on to. win the Open. Hogran's gait life would he complete if he won another Greenbrier and another U.S. Open. . Of (MUll'Kf, Will play In Hit- tournament us will Sam Sncad, tho liornr pro. After (In* first and HM-onrt days of play, "Follow Hut Sun," the movie of Hopm's life, will lie shown. Other pros in the fourth annual event will be Jiminy Demarct. Skcc Ri6gel, George Fazio. Dave Douglas, Johnny Palmer, Clayton H earner, Al Broseh and Caudc State Draft Board Warns 'Exemptions Must Be Proven SANTA FE, May IB UPl -- The State Selective . j;en:ce ^direclpr said .today that persons claiming exemption 'from.'the draft must prove deferment claims to their draft boards. Col. Russell C. Charleton explained that many New Mexicans have been inducted because they failed to submit proper proof of their claim for deferment. Harmon. Entered in the SB-hole pro-amateur are a number of socialites. Including Joclt Whitney, Bob Sweeney, Stuart Symington. Jock Me,Lean, Neil McLean, Chris Dlinphy, Wintson Giicst. John R. Fell, Clarence Meadows and the host, ^railroad man Robert Young. W$P'Bockeli'To Fealnre Might Play Diring 1951 Season The bascbalP'Rockcts" of White Sands Proving Ground Invited both civilian and military teams In this area to a baseball contest on' a home and home basis. ,The games are preferred when the team plays off the post. Team managers desiring to schedule games with the White Sands Rockets are invited to contact the Post- Special Services, White Sands Proving Ground, Las Criicea, Telephone 3237. NEW. DELHI W -- For four annas -- about a nirkle in American money -- you can buy one child in the local kidnapper's market. Officers have reported.the recovery of 38 kidnapped children and the arrest of 12 gang members. Fisherman's 'Best. Cast Saves Life PITTSBURGH, May 39 (A 1 ) -Thomas Baliey, n 65-year-old fisherman mad? one of the ir|os£ accurate casts of his life yesterday -- reeling in a woman on his* 18-pound test nylon 'line. Police Chief rat r.:pran of Pc'nn-' township snicl Mrs. Evelyn Sh'Rjw ai-cl Selnila, 31, of Duboia, Pn^ ·waded into the Allegheny rlvoiV shortly after her husband reported her missing. .'. " ; · Bailey saw the wort}dn thrashing in the water. He calmly cast his line at her. She grabbed hold of the line and Bailey reeled her i n , where fellow fishermen completed the rescue. She was in good condition. ' . Two mountain ranges* dlviite Ecuador into Uree,distinct. .ir*n e :. 88c SALE..MONDAY ONE DAY ONLY LADIES' RAYON PANTIES First quality. Hollywood brief styles. All sizes and colors to choose from. 88c Day for only 4 Pair for . .' ' LADIES' NYLON HOSE Genuine first quality . . . . All the new summerjhades. ni-15. 88c Day for only . . . '3 Pair for Ladies' Multifilamenl Crepe GOWNS SLIPS All delicately laced trimmed. Several styles to choose Irom. All the wanted colors. One large A v f table values to $4.05, \ I i IIBc Day for only - *r ··' LADIES'HANDKERCHIEFS ' Fine quality Indies' handkerchiefs, made of all linen. Embroidered or drawn work t r i m . Uilc Day only AA 3 for WWv CHILDREN'S RAYON PANTIES All sizes and colors in these fine children's rayon panties. Dunlap's llflc Day for only . . . AQ 4 Pair for , OOC LADIES' CASUAL SHOES Now is the lime to save on your summer shoes. One large croup of canvas barefoot sandals, wedges and many others.Make your selection tomorrow, only 1 - --· "· ~ Pair Yes indeed, f o l k s . . . DUNLAP'S May 88c Sale is tornr.r/oiv, for one. day only. Follow the crowds to DUNLAP'S Monday for the bigger, heller than ever 88c Sale. Every dc.parlmcnl in our store is filled with new spring and summer merchandise. Especially for this 88c sale you will find any unadverlised values selling for helow ceiling price. Make, it a point lo come, down early tomorrow and mak your selections And remember you always find the nicer things al DUNLAP'S! JUMBO BATH TOWELS. One of cannon's finest, size 24x46. Heavy, fluffy. Reglilar $1.49 value for only ..,....- ·.--;· SUMMER PIECE GOODS Ladies . . . . here is a chance to save on ail the summer pjece goods. Your choice: Butchers Linen, seersucker, Summer cottons, Batiste and organdy. Special for 88c Day for only . SUMMER BAGS One large group of Miminer bags. Whiles and colors. · In lealhers and plastics. Values to $5.!I5. djO AA llllc Day for only .. . . . I?H»OO CHILDREN'S SUN SUITS Pretty as can be . . . worth much more. In sizes 1 to li. Dunlap's 88c Day for Only ' FINE QUALITY PANTIE GIRDLES Nylon two-way stretch . . . . All sizes in while or pink, llllc bay for Only LADIES' HOUSECOATS AND DRESSES You would certainly expect lo pay much more fur these fine housecoats and dresses, tlllc Day only 2 YARDS FOR 88C Group 2 ... Better Summer Piece Goods Dotted Swiss, Rayon Shantung, Piques. Printed Piques, Imported Chambrays, Nylon, Ginghams, Organdy and many other materials. Values lo $1.49 yard. Special for 8 8c Day for only . . . . 2 For FINE QUALITY COTTON DRESSES Cool and crisp for those hot summer days ahead. Values to $7.95, but for this special H8c Day for only ... POCKET SHOE BAGS Plastic, several colors to choose from. Easy to hang. Dunlap's D8c Day for only . . . GARMENT BAGS 42x57 inch lenglhs. Mnclo of heavy clear plastic. Yon can't afford to miss this value. Another 1 -great llllc Day special for IMPORTED LACE VANITY PIECES Several sizes and colors lo choose from, llllc Day for only TERVIS TUMBLERS Insulated, will remain cold Inside while remaining hot nod dry tn touch outside. Choice of colors. ' - - - S«t for 4 Yard MEN'S BRIEFS and UNDERSHIRTS SHEETS Genuine first quality. Guaran- Genuine firsl quality. "72x108, teed permanent fit. All sizes. 81x89. 2 FOR 880 $1.88 :ECES 8cea. MEN'S . TEE SHIRTS Genuine first quality, perman.- ent fit, nil sizes. Dunlap's 8Rc Day for only . . . 2 lor 88c BOYS' TEE SHIRTS Hoys' fine q u a l i t y Tee Shirts . , . All sizes. (18c Day for only Doors Open Promptly at 9:00 A. M. BOYS' BRIEFS Hoys' briefs with guaranteed elastic, full cut, made of fine white cotton. i!8c Day for only . . . 3pairs88c $2.88 3 for 88c Shop The Muny Unidv*rtlE«d Valuoil BOYS' DRESS SLACKS A very special purchase. Sizes G to 16, Rayons, part wools, nylon and rayons. 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