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Grande and Springfield to Feature Play Monday in NAIA Tournament BEARS Hflll MAKE ' l MFENSEOFTITLE Official Western Association Schedule for 1954 Francis and Co., ,, Arisona State-Bruins to PuTy Bast Tennessee. By FRANK CRAWFORD KANSAS CITY, March 6 (*_The NAIA today put Bevo Francis 1 Rio Grand (Ohio) College and defend? ing champion Springfield (Mo.) State in opening night feature spots of its national basketball tournament. First round pairings were re- leasedI this aftecnoon for the huge basketball festival that gets under way in Municipal Auditorium Monday at 11 a.m. (CST). Rio Grande and Bevo will take the floor at 9 p.m. against Arizona State of Flagstaff, an hour and a half after Springfield makes its appearance against East Tennessee College of Johnson City. The seeded teams include Geneva and East Texas in the upper bracket with Rio Grande and Springfield; and East Carolina Greenville, N. C.; St. Peter's of New Jersey, Pasadena (Calif) College, and Lawrence Tech in the lower bracket. Games on the opening schedule(all time CST) 11 a.m. Whitworth vs. Nebraska Wesleyan. 12:30 p. m.: St. Peter's vs. Wayland. ' 2:00 p.m.: Western Illinois vs. JOPL1N. VUBKOOEC. TOPBKA , ST. JOSEPH. HUTCHINSON. BLACK WELL. PONCA CITT. IOLA. JOPLIN BEAD April 27, 28, 29 June 10, 11 July 3, M 6«pt. «S, «-« May *9, 10, 11 Juri* 15, 14 July 16, 17, *lg Aug. S. May 12. 13 * June 12, M3, 14 July 19. 20 Aug 7, 'S, 9 May IB, 20 June 24, 25, 28 July 26, 27 Aug. '15. 16, IT May 21, 22, «23 June 22, 23 July 28, 29. 30 Aug. 18, 19 May «2, 3 June 2, 3, 4 July 9. 10 Sept. 2, 3, 4 May' 4, 5 May 31-31. June 1 July «11, 12, 13 Aug. 27, 28 HUSKOGEB April «2S, 26 June 7, 8, 9 July 2. 5-5 Aug. *29, 30 THE GLOBE May 12. 13 June 12, '13. 14 July 19, 20 AUK. 7, *8, 9 May *9, 10. 11 June 15, 16 , July 16, 17, ng AUK. 5, May 21, 22. *23 June 22, 23 July 28, 29. 30 AUK. 18. 19 May 19, 20 June 24, 25, 26 July 26. 27 Aug. -15, 16, 17 May 4. 5 May 31-31, June 1 July Ml, 12, 13 AUK. 27. 28 May *2, 3 June 2, 3. 4 July 9. 10 Sept. 2. 3, 4 TOPEKA May 27. 28 June *27. 28, 2* AUK. 3, 4 A AUK. '22-22. ZS May 24. 25. 24 June 30, July 1 July 31. AUK. *1. 2 Auc. 20. 21 AND April 27, 28, 29 June 10, 11 July «4. 5-5 Aug. 29, 30 May *2, 3 June 2, 3, 4 July 9, 10 AUK. 24, 25, 26 May 4, 5 May 31-31. June 1 July »11, 12. 13 AUK. 27, 28 May «16, 17, 18 June 17, 18 July 23. 24, »25 AUK. 13. 14 May 14, 15 June 19, *20, 21 July 21. 2*. Aug. 10. 11. 12 BT. JOSEPH May 24, 25. 26 June 30, July 1 July 31, AUK. ·!, I AUK. 20. 21 May 27. 28 June '27. 28. 29 AUK. 3. 4 AUK. '22-22. 23 April "24, 26 June 7, S. 9 July 2, 5-5 AUK. *29. 30 NEWS HERALD May 4, 5 May 31-31. June 1 July *11, 12, 13 AUK. 27, 28 May -2. 3 June 2, 3, 4 July 9. 10 Sept. 2. 3. 4 May 14, 15 June 19, *20, 21 July 21, 22 AUK. 10. 11, 12 May -16, 17, 18 June 17, 18 July 23, 24, «25 Aug. 13, 14 MUTCHIN8ON May 14, 15 Juoe 19, *20, 21 July 21, 22 AUK. .10. 11. 12 May *16, 17, 18 June 17, IS July 23. 24, *25 Aug. 13. 14 May 6. 7, 8 May 29, *30 July 14, is Sept. 2, 3. 4 April 30. May 1 June 5, *6-6 July 6 7, 8 AUK. 31, Sept. 1 ALL April *25. 26 June 7. 8. 9 July M. 5-5 Aug. «29, 30 May 24, 25. 26 June 30, July 1 July 31. Aug. ·!. 2 Aug. 20. 21 May 27. 28 June '27. 28, 29 AUK- 3, 4 Aug. '22-22, 23 BLACKWBLL May '16, 17. 18 June 17, 18 July 23, 24. '25 Aug. 13. 14 May 14. 15 June 19. '20. 21 July 21, 22 AUK. 10, 11. 12 April 30, May 1 June 5, '6-6 July 6, 7. 8 Aug. 31. S«pt. 1 May 6. 7, 8 May 29, '30 July 14, 15 AUK. 24. 25. 26 April 27, 28, 29 June 10. 11 Julv 2. 3 Sept. '5. 6-6 WESTERN May 27. 28 June -27. 28, 29 Aug. 3, 4 Aug. '22-22. 23 May 24, 25, 26 June 30, July 1 July 31. Aug. ·!, 2 Aug. 20, 21 PONCA CITT May 6. 7 .8 May 29, '30 July 14. 15 AUK. 24, 25. 26 April 30, May 1 June 5, '6-6 July 6. 7. 8 Aug. 31. Sept. 1 May 21. 22. '23 June 22, 23 July 28. 29, 30 Aug. 18. 19 May 19, 20 June 24. 25, 26 July 26. 27 Aug. -15. 16. 17 May "9. 10 11 June 15, 16 July 16. 17, 'IS Aug. 5. 6 May 12. 13 June 12, '13, 14 July 19, 20 Aug 7, '8, 9 ASSOCIATION April 27, 28, 29 June 10. 11 July -4. 5-5 Aug. '29, 30 IOLA April 30, May 1 June 5, '6-6 July 6. 7, 8 Aug. 31. Sept. 1 May 6, 7, 8 May 29. '30 July 14, 15 Aug. 24. 25 26 May 19. 20 * June 24. 25. 26 July 26. 27 Aug. '15. 16. 17 May 21. 22. June 22, 23 July 28. 29. 30 Aug. 18. 19 '23 May 12, 13 June 12, '13, 14 July 19. 20 Aug. 7, ·«. 9 May '9, 10, 11 June 15. 16 July 16, 17. '18 Aug. 5, 6 April «25, 26 June 7, 8, 9 July 2. 3 Sept. '5. 6-8 NEWS Morris Harvey. 3:30 p Regis. m.: Tennessee AI vs. 6:00 p m.: East Texas vs. Port- Snringfield vs. East land. 7:30 p.m Tennessee College. 9:00 p.m.: Ri 0 Grande vs. Arizona State. 10:30 p.m.: Arkansas Tech vs. Mercer. Tuesday's schedule: 11 a.m.: Lawrence Tech vs. Carroll. 12:30 p.m.: Southeast Louisiana State vs. Georgetown (Ky.) 2:00 p m.: Montana State vs. Southeastern Oklahoma State. 3:30 p.m.: Geneva vs. Indiana State. 6:00 p.m.: Pasadena vs. Bridgeport, Conn., College. 7:30 p.m.: St. Benedict's (Kansas) vs. East Carolina. 9:00 p.m.: Gustavus Adolphus vs. Mississippi Southern. 10:30 p. m.: St. Ambrose (Iowa) vs. North Dakota University. IOWA STATE SWIMMERS DEFEAT KANSAS, SS-26 LAWRENCE, Kan., March 6 OP)-Iowa State's strong swimming team took first place in nine of the 10 events to swamp Kansas 58-26 today in a dual Big Seven meet. One meet record and three pool marks were toppled by Iowa State which has lost only one dual meet in 13 years. Kansas has a 2-6 season record. Jim McKevitt set the meet record of 2:15.7 in the 200-yard free style. The old mark was 2:16.5. The pool records were in the 300- yard medley relay, 200-yard back stroke and 200-y'ard breast stroke. ZARKQ UT O'DOO By PORTER WITTICH. Once again rises resentment of Grand Lake anglers and dock owners against commercial fishermen, particularly along the u p p e r reaches of tributaries, including the Cowskin basin. The problem arises every spring, the sportsmen arguing that the commercial nets stretched from bank to bank across on lake fishing, asks: "Do you happen to be one ot those wno fished last week and went home feeling that perhaps you had los some of the 'old touch.' If so, take new courage, for with onlv some exceptions, a lot of folks were in the same boat." Smith points out, however, tha Baxter Anglers Catch Denny Shelton and Milo Chew, both of Baxter Springs, are pictured here with a string of crappie taken last week from the Monkey Island area of Grand lake. They took some unusually large crappie--but the stringer speaks for itself. TODAY'S GAMES Cubs vs. Orioles. Phillies vs. Red Sox Reds vs. White Sox. Indians vs. Giants. Tigers vs. Pirates. Yankees vs. Cardinals. Athletics vs. Senators. Braves vs. Dodgers. Reds B vs. Phillies B. the arms are a hindrance to game fish moving up the shallow channels during spawning season. The spawning runs provide one of the main sources of income to resort operators who take no issue with the commercial netters when the water is deep or at other times of the year, but many feel there should be strict regulations on such fishers for the next three or four months. The crappie of Grand lake were just not co-operative with the anglers last week, and Lee Smith of the Cowskin basin, in remarking there was a much brighter side to the fishing this week with the landing of an unusually large number of channel catfish at the enclosed docks. At the Radcliff- Whaley resort one run of a trotline netted 24 channels ranging up to 5 pounds. That area is noted for its excellent trotline fishing, and a line is furnished with each cottage, and other resorts in the area are adopting that policy. A conservation agent's life never gets dull, vows Agent Tom Davis of Phelps county. Called out of bed at 2 a. m. MANTLF SAYS HE'LL START IN OPENER Thieves on Quiz Show. called the police on the air. An NEWGHAMPREADY TO DEFEND TITLE Paddy DeMarco Picks Up 114,000 Check for Winning Lightweight Crown From Carter. NEW YORK, March 6 W-Today was just a second Christmas for Pasquale Joseph De Marco, who as Paddy DeMarco is the new lightweight boxing champion of the world. After dethroning Jimmy Carter in 15 rugged rounds at Madison Square Garden last night, DeMarco hurried to the home of his parents near the Brooklyn Navy yards and gorged himself on a home-baked cake. It is a ritual the entire DeMarco tribe has gone through every time Paddjj. has fought anywhere near home. SC--loptttt Globe,. Snndmy, March 7, 1964. check sent to Mrs. Dixon. He now manages himself. Dr. Vincent Nardiello, New York Athletic Commission physician, said 11 stitches were taken near Carter's left eye after the bout and the ex-champion wouldn't be able to work out for about five weeks. Harry Markson, executive direc-. tor of the IBC, said his organization had several may dates available and "that I believe we could handle the return in the Garden, Nothing will be done until Jim, Norris (president) returns from Miami in about 10 days." Last night's upset drew only 5,700. DeMarco declared he was ready any time but that he hoped to have one or two non-title bouts before meeting Carter again. In the meantime he hopes to visit Today, a day as bright and sunny ; Miam i Beach and buy a winter «. r»_»» *_ii t_- _j--ii.j i_i_ home for his wife and two chil- as DeMarco felt, he strolled into the International Boxing Club offices to pick up a $14,000 check and to tell the promoters and Car- :er that the new champion was ready to defend his crown. Bosses Himself. With $1,400 in cash and jewels off-duty policeman arrested the, from a jewelry store in Sao Pau- burglars. Then the announcer in-L. DeMar . cos only mana S er . Jimmy i« rir.ii;i «,.,,, u...,~! i j - iDixon, died last December and,to- 10, Brazil, two burglars leaped through a window and found them- Yankee Centerfielder Reports His quiz Knee Feels Okay--Wants to Pinch-Hit Soon. selves in the middle of a radio ST. PETERSBURG, March 6 I*Mickey Mantle and the New York Yankees today said he would open the season in center field, thus denying a rumor that the slugger's knee condition had worsened. "I'll play by opening day, maybe sooner," MantJe said. "All I keep hearing are bad stories about how I'm not going to play for half a season or else that I'll never play again. Well, the knee feels okay. I'm going to ask Casey Stengel to let me pinch hit soon." Mantle had a cartilage removed from the knee in November and late in January underwent a second operation for removal of a cyst which had formed behind the knee. George Weiss, Yankee general manager, said the medical reports show the knee is healing normally and that Mantle should be able to play regularly by April 13, opening day of the American League season. recently, by a farmer who suspected someone was jack-lighting deer in the vicinity, Davis apprehended five men who had been coon hunting. The quintet included three blind men. "It didn't make much difference," Davis said. "They had a couple of dogs, an ax, and one of the blind men was carrying a five-celled flashlight. Upon questioning them, I learned that two of the blind men were woodcutters. They all paid fines for hunting coon weeks after the season had closed. All in a day's work." program. The announcer vited them to tell listeners their adventure. One of them even played a selection on the flute before being taken to jail. a baseball team, a softball team and a basketball squad in his home area, ordered one-third of his dren. Husker Gymnast* Win. LINCOLN, Neb. March 6 Nebraska easily won its eighth annual all-college invitational gymnastics meet today, besting four other teams. Nebraska scored 170 points, Colorado 87%. Western Illinois State 58»/g. Colorado State 45 and Kansas State 31. C MEEK ~-4l tlie Stockyard RHONE 83 This Week's Special! 2 " Q" w .I 1 0" SELECT MAHOGANY O X O O SUB ENTRANCE 3'0"x6 1 8" DOORS Your Choice of Designs 'Can spring be far behind?" Conservation Agent Harris White reports observing a dove beginning to nest in his front yaird. With nost doves still on the southern eg of their migration, this early attempt at setting up house-keeping may be overly optimistic, but Agent White hopes not. "It's been a long winter, even though a mild one," he says. Attorney General John Dalton, his week pointed out that counties lave no authorization to place a bounty either on foxes or on fox pups. Acting upon a request for infor- nation from prosecuting attorney D. W. Sherman, Jr., of Lafayette county, Attorney General Dalton stated that Missouri statutes make no provision for any county to declare a bounty on foxes. According to his interpretation, statutes provide for the placing of bounties on wolves, coyotes and bobcats, but exclude bounties on all other animals. MAHOGANY-SLAB INTERIOR DOORS I%"x2'x6'8' 8« O75 O95 BOXING A check of anglers t creels at ||Lake Taneycomo last summer showed that the old lake had the highest rate of catch found in any major impoundment during the past four years. The average for (pole and line fishing was 1.18 fish per hour--considerably better than the statewide average, according to Joe Kathrein, fisheries biologist for the conservation commission. Crappies made up 53 per cent of the total catch, with bluegills second at 22 per cent. Channel catfish, largemouth bass, drum, green sunfish and spotted bass follow, in that order. Kathrein said that channel cat dram make up most of the |trotlining fraternity's catches, but their catch-per-hour is considerably lower than for the pole and line fisherman. Trotliners averaged 12|14 hours per trip, while regular anglers averaged four hours each trip. The success rate for trotliners is 0.36 fish per hour, but they get larger fish. BUY ON MEEK'S EASY PAYMENTS REMODEL - REPAIR - ADD A ROOM NO MONEY DOWN Fish reproduction in large impoundments last summer should insure some continued good fishing during the coming season, unless weather conditions rule otherwise. II Production on almost all major im- Upoundments ranged from excellent nto good. I Mercer Patriarch*, in charge of I impoundment investigations for the I conservation commission, reports II that checks made of Norfork, (laearwater, WappapeUo and the main arm of Bull Shoals lake in llOzark county, showed unusually good largemouth bass production. U Spotted bass spawning was also B good in Norfork. and the White V River arm of Bull Shoals. Bass In DLake of the Ozarks did not appear (very successful. 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