The Dothan Eagle from Dothan, Alabama on March 3, 1952 · 7
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(2 Quinlelj Heeded To Fill Brackels In Major Tourneys ' By OELO ROBERTSON NEW YORK (AP) - The college basketball season enters the borne stretch this week and 12 teams are still needed to fill the brackets in the two major post- NEED CASH? See TRI-STATE FINANCE CO. Ill E. Troy Dug to your Order. All grown in local Soil andP Climate OTHER SHRUBS CARTER'S Nurseries Just OS Highway 231South Phone 34708 Dothan HOUSTON ."The Home of Great , Double Features" ' LAST TIMES TODAY Feature No. 1 lbiitot of disk K to , Feature No. 2 J ' THEY'RE MAIN - WHITMORE 1 season tournaments. The National Collegiate A.A., which does not start its championship play until March 21, has 11 spots open. Five of them will be filled by conference champions and six by teams selected "at large." The lineup for the National Invitation tournament, in which three first round games are scheduled Saturday' at New York's Madison Square Garden, is expected to be completed today with the selection of the 12th team. Already in the NCAA lineup are St. Louis, champion of the Missouri Valley: Kentucky, defending champion and winner of the Southeastern Conference- Texas Christian, which qualified last week to represent the Southwest Conference: Wyoming, best of the Skyline Conference after defeating Brigham Young; and West Texas, Border Conference dtleholder. The NIT selection committee Is finding it almost as difficult to pick the 12th team as naming all of the others. It wouldn't be surprising to see the NCAA diD into the NTT field for some of its "at large" representative, esneclallv in the Eas where Penn State (19-4) turned down an NIT feeler and said it would consider an NCAA bid. The usually high scoring Nittany Lions ended their season Saturday with a victory over Pittsburgh by the unusual score of 24-9. Nine of the 11 teams in the NIT turned in highly successful work last week. Dayton (24-3). Holy Cross (21-2), St. Bonavtnture (19 3), LaSalle (19-5), Western Ken tucky (24-4), TUfiiiesne St Louis (21-5), St. John's (21-3) and Seton Hall (25-2) didn't lose a game. ' But New York Univ. (16-7) lost twice to St; John's and Ford- ham after being selected and Louisville (21-5) bowed to Seton Hall. Morlene Bauer Cops Sarasota Tourney SARASOTA, Fla., (AP)-Eight een-year-old Marlene Bauer won $350 and set a new woman's record of 71 when she won her first professional golf tourney, the Sarasota Open, here Sunday. Miss Bauer, playing her home course at the Sarasota Bay Coun try Club, scored 35-36, eight under women's par and one under men's t l-t Milts from DothiB City limit mi BMdlaBd Hifhwsy Rupp Sees Trouble Ahead For Wildcats In NCAA By RICHARD COLEMAN United Press Sports Writer LEXINGTON. Ky. (UP)- Ken tucky Coach Adolph Rupp sized up 'the narrow squeak his Wildcats had 'n the Southeastern Conference hasketball tournament and predicted they would have "plenty oi trouble" winning the NCAA tour nament for the second straight year. "We'll handle anyone our size I don't care who they are," opined the pilot of the nation's No. team. "But a big team, a team with a real big man, will give us p'enty of trouble." Rupp's gloomy observation seemed to be borne out by the Wildcats' 44-43 win over Louisiana State in the final round of the SEC tvUrnament in Louisville Saturday: Bob Pettit, LSU's six-foot nine- inch - pivotman, really gave the. Wildcats fits as he sank 25 points, mostly on tip-ins; and gave the rigers a 43-41 lead late in the fourth period. It was a final basket by Lou Isioropoulos, plus a long "freeze", that gave Kentucky the win and uarrowly averted an upset similar to the Wildcats' loss to VanderbCt in last year's final rouqd. retut s spree was a soDering though for the Wildcats, although rix-foot, five-inch Wildcat center diff Hagan emerged with a new tourney field goal record of 40. Rupp knows the Wildcats will have to face several good centers lust as big as Pettit in the NCAA nerhans West Virginia's Mark Workman and later Kansas' Clyde Lovellette. Although Kentucky has rolled up 28 wins, the last 22 in a row. in 30 games, its starting line up averages only six feet, two. Such a height problem was hard ly foreseen by -"Baron" Rupp at the beginning of this season. For then he still had' seven-foot all American Bill Spivey. However, Spivey missed a few games with a leg injury. Yesterday word came that Spiv ey has been barred permanently by the Kentucky Athletic Board, which announced It believes that 'Spivey was implicated in a conspiracy to fix Kentucky basketball qames during the 1950-51 season." But, in addition to 'his height problem, Rupp pointed out that in juries held the Wildoats back in the LSU game., "The people out there in the stands didn't know it, because we had tried to keep it quiet," said Rupp. "But our sixth man, Shelby Linville, had a broken toe and still I had to use him in spots. "Hagan had his leg in ice all afternoon before the game and he played with a puffed up knee Frank Ramsey had two bad ankles and we'd just gotten Skippy Whit- aker out of the infirmary the day before. We were awfully lucky lo beat them.' However, Rupp wasn't trying to run down his team. 'I think this is a remarkable team," he declared "Seven kids have had to play the whole thing for us Hagan, Ramsey, Whitaker, Tsioropoulos; Linville, Bobby Wat son and Bill Evans. We're not very deep with just seven kids, but they can shoot." v SECRETS OF CHARM bv JOHN RQBERI POWERS THE DOTHAN EAGLE, Monday, March 3, 1932 Jrtnf.DllltC ' 4 Jrtnf.pilltC ' Follow fashion and you're sure to be happier and even healthier! Here's an authoritative opinion. Women's Golf Tourney, The Dothan Women's Golf As- j sociation will play a team of Pana-1 ma City women golfers in Panama City Wednesday, Dothan Country ; Club pro Telfair Ghioto said today. ; Golfers will play nine-hole rounds in singles and doubles matches. Dothan golfers are urged to register at i the club here before tomorrow night if they plan to enter the tourney. CURTAINS DRAPERIES HARDEN'S RELAX . . . SEE A MOVIE! Goober Drive-lrf MON. & TUES. mamtmfi Bud Marsee Rallies To Win At Tallahassee TALLAHASSEE, Fla.' (AP) Florida State University's Dwight (Bud) Marsee wasn't even in the running Sunday when the 36-hole finals of the George Washington birthday tournament got under way; but he ended the match with the title and a medal score of 292. Marsee was nine strokes behind Bill (Dynamite) Goodloe of Val-dosta. Ga., when the finals began. Goodloe, who led by five strokes Friday and by one less Saturday, took an 80-76 to, slip to a third place 298 tie with Tampa's Dick Montney, which Goodloe won in the playoff. Marsee, who shot 69-72 Sunday, finished a stroke ahead of defending champion Robert (Sonny) Tin-ney of Tallahassee. Class B division champion was Jim Melton of Lake City W. L. Goodloe Sr., Valddsta took second place class B honors. Always A Cartoon Children under 12 Admitted FREE! Open 6:30; First Feature at 7 p.m. Compete Snack Bar FHA Terms J. L HARRIS Roofing Company Ph. 2-8490 E. 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Segura outlasted the hard pressed Riggs in the finals to win 6-1, 7-5, 6-4. Both continued to crack each other's service in the second set and Segura finally won his own service on the 11th game to win the match. 'Jim Evert of Fort Lauderdale. Fla., and Joe Fishbach of New York played the final phase of their two-jlay championship doubles and upset Segura and Riggs. 6-2, 6-2, 0-6, 3-6, 6-4. Fishbach and Evert were lead mg 6-2, 6-2 Saturday when Evert necame ill, and the team dropped ihe next set at love. The more experienced Segura Riggs combine took the fourth set 3-3 to even it up, then were dumped in the deciding set as Fishbach and Evert made it 6-4. New Brockton Plays Mf. Hope, Eagles Face Guin In Stale MONTGOMERY (AP) The defending champion may be miss ing from the field and only one former titlist is entered as the cream of Alabama's Class "A' high school basketball teams hold their annual tournament this week. Drawings for the meet were held yesterday for the playoffs to be held Thursday through Saturday in the University of .Alabama's Foster Auditorium at Tuscaloosa. Pairings were made up In the office of the state high school athletic association here. Winners and runners up in the state's eight high school basket ball districts will compete in the tournament. The first game pits T. R. Miller of Brewton, only un beaten i team entered, against Hackneyville. Priceville, last year s cham- nion, plays new warm in me eighth district playoff tonight for a chance to defend its state title. Eva meets New Hope for the other district berth. Priceville won the western half with a 57-51 victory over Eva. New Market won the Estern dl vision tournament. , - w Pairings with won-lost records in parentheses: , 12:15 p.m. T. R. Miller (24-0), first district, vs. Hackeyville (18 JO), fourth district. 1:30 p.m. Munford (21-4), sixth district, vs. eighth district runner-up. .2:45 p.m. ,Warrior (23-3), fifth district, vs. Maplesville (15-4). ihird district. ' 4 p.m. New Brockton (15-10), second district, vs. Mt. Hope (record unavbl), seventh district. 6 p.m. Beulah 26-7), fourth district, vs. Corner (17-8), fifth district. 7:15 p.m. Baker of Mobile (14-13), first district, vs. .Eighth District winner. 8:30 p.m. Guin (18-5), seventh district, vs. Pleasant Home (202), second district. 9:45 p.m. Chilton County (19-4), third district, vs. Spring-ville (16-7), sixth district. The pursuit of fashion and per sonal attractiveness brings anv woman many benefits. It keeps her youthful in spirit, in key with the limes, mentally alert and even improves her health. I was discussing this the other day with Dr. Helen Miller, well-known New' York specialist. "The new spring fashions are a case in point," said Dr. Miller. "They emphasize the small waist and trim par. Tampa's Babe Zaharias, 'Louise Suggs of Carrolton,' Ga., Betsy Rawls of San Antonio, Tex , and Betty Bush of Hammond, Ind., tied for second place with 73's and won $156 25 each. Leading1 the field of 50 amateurs was Mamie Polk of Chattanooga, who scored 80. This was the one-day open's first year. Eleclricily Output Gains In Florida JACKSONVILLE, (UP) Flori da plants generated 11 per cent more electricity last year than in 1950, and in any three months of last year more electricity was generated than in the entire year of 1940. Production of more electricity to meet the demands of growth was made possible by. increased plant capacity. This capacity stood ai 1,130,452 kilowatts on Jan. 1 of last year, and further expansion took place during the year, the State Chamber of Commerce reported today. Electric production In Florida in 1951 totaled more than six billion kilowatt-hours. This week's busi ress review of the Chambers' shows 1940 production was about one-fifth this amount. Electricity generated by Florida industrial establishments for their own use, amounted to more than 829,000,000 kilowatt-hours of the 1951 volume. This total was eight per cent above the 1950 production. Wiregrass Firms Receive Peanuts Several Wiregrass firms were on the receiving end for several million pounds of peanuts sold for edible and oil crushing use last week by the government. The peanuts were obtained as a result of price support operations and sold by the Department of Agriculture through the Produc-, tion and Marketing Administration office at New Orleans. Successful bidders for the edible peanuts and approximate amounts included: ' Enterprise Oil Company, En terprise, 250,000 pounds.' Anderson Peanut Company, Andalusia, 130,000 pounds. Successful bidders for peanuts sold for oil crushing and approximate amounts included: Greenwood Products Company, Graceville, 3,444,439 pounds. Sessions Company, Enterprise, 2,294,847 pounds. Dothan Oil Mill Company, Dothan, 1,842,648 pounds. Enterprise Oil Company, 34,675 pounds. Hillel Formally Opens I) OfA. Student House tot amwm I CALL 3-9170 All Types Plumbing Repairs Fast Emergency Service Electrical Work Moderately' Priced and Guaranteed . ... Workmanship a wise mmm Investment Modern plumbing is a wise investment, in terms of family health and home economy. Call us for an obligation-free estimatel STEPHENS SERVICE TUSCALOOSA (AP) -"The quest for God cannot be divorced from the experience of learning," a religious leader said at dedication of a new Jewish Student Center here. Rabbi Arthur J. Lelvbeld of New York, national director of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation, spoke at ceremonies formally opening a $145,000 building at the University of Alabama. The dedication was held during the annual meeting of Alabama B'nai B'rith members. "Ignoring religion is no solution to the problem, nor is teaching religion in a watered-down manner the answer," Lelvbeld said. He urged a "multi-sectarianism" in which each religion would be free to teach its own beliefs. William P. Bloom, Tuscaloosa merchant, was awarded a certificate of merit by Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity for outstanding community service. Louis Pizitz, Birmingham, leader in the building program, was presented a gold key by the Hillel Foundation. Mose Temerson, Tuscaloosa, was elected state B'nai B'rith president, succeeding Dr. Nathan Gilbert, Florence. Other officers named were George Haiman, Mobile, first vice president; Stanley Rosenbaum, Florence, second vice president; Abe Nedoss, Tuscaloosa, secretary; and W. Sher, Birmingham, treasurer. bodice, and to gain these effects any woman must wear a well-fitted foundation. In Fashion's Favor "Consequently, many women who never before had their foun-' dations fitted will find out, for the first time, how important such a fitting is. And their health will: benefit. A woman's health is re-j lated to her posture, muscle con- tour and weight distribution. All three of these important health! factors are protected and im-! proved by the proper support. I "In spite of all urgings, the av erage woman does not get suffi-j cicnt exercise to keep her muscles properly toned. A correctly fitted foundation acts as a supplementary muscle. A girdle supports the muscles of the abdomen, thus relieving the burden on the spine. A bra protects the bosom from undue muscle and tissue strain. Both supports will act as a subc supports will act as a subconscious prod to better posture and will also constrain the flesh." As to youth and controls, DrJ Miller had this to say: "The ac tive youngster fitted with the right : supports will have fewer figure' problems later in life. She needs! a foundation to avert muscle strain, to brace the spine and to monitor her posture. Fitted for Health "No woman need have any fear of becoming too dependent on foundations for figure beauty unless she gets no exercise, eats improperly, never makes an effort to stand correctly and does; not take the trouble to have her1 foundations fitted for health as well as beauty. Constricting or sagging garments do nothing for the figure faults and health hazards lollow that kind of neglect. "When fashion forces more women to have their foundations expertly fitted, it's a health plus. The health factor in foundations always depends on an expert fit," Dr. Miller concluded. 0 MARTINgj LAST TIMES TODAY I. ,9 i - mmnm v 1 1 tmrMt tarring GARY COOPER Plus News and Cartoon! TUESDAY ONLY John IRELAND Llovd BRIDGES Marie WINDSOR IN LITTLE BIG HORN" Plus Cartoon and Novelty! TVUlBHiiniMni 03 LAST TIMES TODAY lilQBifl .tarring Shetley WINTERS Richard CONTE Stephen McNALLY Charles BICKFORD A UNrvft!t !NTfNTiONAl WCUWe ALSO COtWMBU MCTUM gene r-Jrv$Wl TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY "LET'S MAKE IT LEGAL" AND "SWAMP FIRE" ONLY A FEW DAYS LEFT! March 15th Income Tax Deadline - NEED CASH? $50-$100-$200 HUB CITY 119 S. St. Andrews FINANCE CO. Phone 4-5170 mmammmmaammmneaM "Figured For You" Specially prepared by figure and fashion experts exclusively for readers of this column. Figured for you, gives detailed instructions and illustrates how to select foundation garments that provide comeliness, control and healthful comfort for your individual type of figure. Send 10 cents in coin, plus stamped, self-addressed envelope to Secrets of Charm in care of this newspaper Figured for you. Tomorrow: hips. How to streamline OdEED Last Rites Held For Seminole Gl DONALSONVILLE (Special) Funeral services for Pvt. Frank Dukes, twenty-one, who was killed in action Dec. 10, 1951, in Korea, were held yesterday afternoon at the Union Primitive Baptist Church. Officiating were Elder R. K. Blackshear and the Rev. W. H. Boswell. Pvt. Dukes is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mattie Dukes, o f Seminole County. Evans Funeral Home of Donal-sonville had charge of arrangements. Well Promptly PICK UP And' DELIVER YOUR CAR The BEST Repairs The RIGHT Parts The BEST Paint Job Dothan Lincoln-Mercury Co. Ph 3-4730 MASH STARTER A Life-Saver For BABY CHICKS TONIGHT AND TUESDAY FEATURES AT 7:00 9:00 f.U4.JJJX..U.M....... " - -J m.mmtr . 1 l 3 ft. S s of life Occurs 5 . . . Somef imes X'y Ends! i( . 3SKYVUE Enjoy our Jumbo Hamburgers and French Fried Potatoes with Big, Cold Drinks while you see Good Show under the Stars! CUT TIRE COSTS WITH TIRE TREADING Good Year Tread Design tough long wearing materials by factory trained craftsmen CITY TIRE CO. 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