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Fayetteville Downs Harrison Quintet, 37-25 'Dog Defense And Rebounding Stops Goblins Barnes Scores 14 To Lead Team To Fourth Win In Row °The Kuyptlcvllle High School; Bulldogs added victory number i four to their u n d e f e a t e d streak, last night, weaving iheir way to a ' 37-25 victory over a strong Har- j rison High quinlcl al n«ol Gym. j Tight defensive play marked both learn'; efforts with the 'Dogs hav- j ing an edcc in t h a t d e p a r t m e n t ] and in Ihe rebounding. ; There was never any doubl in j the outcome- of (he game follow- j ing the initial few minutes of the contest. The Bulldogs, handling the ball flawlessly, worfted a 7-0 lead midway in the first period. Harrison scored its first point on a free throw by Gerald Barnelt w i t h four minutes and five seconds elapsed in the quarter. By thai lime it was evident t h a i Harrison's offens* was unable lo cope effeclively wilh the 'Dos dc- fetlfi and t h a i the Fayctteville boys could control the ball well enough on offense to force the Goblin 'defense to commit mistakes. Fayetlcville held a 12-5 lead at the end of the first q u a r t e r and v;crc on lop -5-11 al the half. In Ihe third quarter the Goblins hit four field goals and a free throw Ken Crudup connectc-i wilh bas- kels as Ihe period ended lo move Ite 'D02S lo a 13-point edge. 33-20. The final q u a r t e r was a low scoring a f f a i r w i t h Fayclteville contenl to nurse ils advantage and Ihe Goblins unable lo solve Hie Bulldog defense when they gained pnssession. The f i r s t subs t i t u t e of the game entered !n the lasl q u a r t e r when Bud Gris- liam replaced P. D. Holder for | Harrison. i Coach Glenn Slokenberry sent e complete second K uji in f o r ! Kavcltcville wilh a n i i n u l c and 35 seconds l e f t in Ihc same. The reserves allempted 19 freeze the ball, but allowed Ihc Goblins one j basket d u r i n g llial period. , Ray Barnes, Ihc liard-dnvms j Bulldog guard, was high scorer' w i t h 14, followed by McConnell, u l - o made 11. Burnett accounted lc.- 10 of his team's poinls. Cadet Pivot Man Hogs Vs. S.M.U.Sn 1952 Homecoming Game Los AliKC'lcs-M'l-.lack Burke Jr., paced I h c f i e l d today as the 517,- TifKI Los A n g e l e s Open The Arkansas Rarorbacks foot-* I ball team will play Southern | |^| DDJ.ECOFF i Methodlsl U n i v e r s i t y on N'ovcm- ; ! ber l. r in the a n n u a l Homecoming j j game here in Fayeltevillc accord- j ! ing to I h e I3M schedule released I loday hy a t h l e t i c director J o h n : i Ham'iill. The Porkers also play ; i Houston and HIcc in Ha/.m-hack , Stadium. Games carded for L i t t l e 'Hot-It's'· W a r Memorial S t a d i u m i n c l u d e ; t h e season's opener, S e p t e m b e r ; 20. w i t h Okl.'i'ioma A. and M., a i-onrerriH-e t i l t w i t h Baylor, nn ' Oclober 11, and a renewal of Hit 1 · M'-'-'issiopi series, on October 25. '· ·]·;·--·? n : "M rt fimr .; : ,|.f. on t h e ! list, t h e first in I h e npeniv w i t h ' i I'H, COV--I!T. -t Lit"'-' Rock, and ' ! also H7.ain.il T.C.U. al Korl W o r t h , and a f ;a''if;t Texas A. and M., al · Co'leTC S t a t i o n . , j Favclie-Mlc p-mi"! w i t h nice! ! and S.M.U. f p l l on successive ' | weekends wit' 1 1'-e r "-'-o "-MHC occasion for the observance "Dad's Day." TIT ( ; n'n"intp schedule: Sepl. 20 O k l a h o m a A and f n i r j h n . I "II" Ho- 1 -. Sept. 27 "ntisten I'niv.. Kay. rllrvillc. ·I T.C.U: ( n i g h t ) , Fort V7n,-ll,. i 11 Baylor. L i t t l e Hock. 11 T"xrs, A u s t i n . 25 Mississippi. Litlle Rock 1 T e x a s A. and M. ( n i g h t ) . College Sta. R Rlc« (Dad's Pay) Fay- etleviMe. 15 S.M.I.'. (Komecomlim), Faycttcv'llr. 22 Tulsa, Tulsa. DROPS OUT Burke Sets Pace In Los Angeles Open With Two-llnder-Par Round purse raised $2,500 this year, attracts the bf.sl of the winter golf tStmr* SPORTS t* NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, rav«n«v,ile. ArKanMM, Saturday, January 5, 195? Cash, Not Glory, Lure For Collegians In Senior Bowl ' clan. I3U1 many top golfers aren't | Mnbllc, Ala.-W|-f'or the lime In their live? r.d star pl first . yers, them no good. , ,,- u ..... ,,..... The names North and South art T o u i n a m o n l went into ils second i here, including the pair who (r ,, rn 33 schools in 24 states pl.iv: misleading Tulanc and South ,l,iv i ballleri it nut in a classic playoff , ,, K n m e ,,( (oolb.il) today for t h e ' Carolina have players on e a c h - iliirke would be u n f a m i l i a r to | for the lille two years ago--Sam | sah,. o ( cash--mid not for college : s(|uad. _ Florid.) State supplied. m a n y were it not for his father, a greal i-om'nelitor of years gone by. Young IJurke. M, broke out In birdier on Ihe las! nine lo finish w i t h U!i-33--19 over Kiviora Country Club's toufih 7,020-yard, par 35-30--71 course. Only Iwo others shaded liar In a day surprisinglv s'lort of scnsa- 'V .lions. The pair, Al Hiosh of Gari den City. N. Y., and John Barnum i ol Grand Rapids, Mich., also are Snead and Ben Ilogan. They announced several weeks ago they wouldn't enter. Highll«ht! of today's play will be brondc; NBC al 2 and 4 p. m. Dr. Cary Mlddlecoff, Ihe Memphis dentist, did. But he lasted only 11 holes, He turned up at the course with a jevercly drained net of wrist ligaments. The pain was too great «nd he was idx strokes over par when he bowed ,. M. : relative unknowns in the big time. out. They carded identical 34-30--70s. I Lnwjon Little was a late wltb- Usually this rich tournament, ils i d r a w a l because ot illness. Oct. Oct. Oc-i. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Arkansas Opens m Schedule Against Aggies Porkers Will Use Elkins At Center; Cadets In Top Shape January Sports Card SfepS Up Harrison used a switching man- | lo-man defense that did a good i job of checking the Fayettcvillc weave, generally very effective, against man-to-man defenses. The Bulldogs get their severest test of the season next Tuesday when they arc hosl lo the dcrcnd- in- slate champion Fort Smith Grizzlies. The Grizzlies .are re- game is slated to at the Field : Jan. 5--.Pork«r« vs. Texas A. and | j M.. here. | Jun. S--Bulldogi vs. Fort Smith, | ! hero. ; Jan. 11--BulldoiIs vs. Alma. hern. i Jim. 12-Porkers vs. Texas, at I Austin. I j an 14--Porkers vs. Baylor, al Waco. j n n . 18--Bulldogs vs Van Buren, al Van B u i e n . Jun. 19--Porkers vs. Rice, here. Jan. Z2--Bulldogs vs. Siloam Springs, hare. Jan. 25--Bulldogs vs. UcnUmvlllc, al Bcnlonville. Jan. 28-- Bulldoss vs. Huntsvillc, al Huntsvillc. Jan. 29--Bulldogs vs. Joplin, here. Jan 31--Porkars vs. Kansas Siat« 'Teachsrs, here. garded as one of the best teams in Ihe stale again this season. In a preliminary game Ihe Fay- ctteville B-lcam, c o . c h e d b y Harry V a n d e r g r i f f , dumped Ir.e Van "Buren reserves, 43-39. Ronnie Morris led Ihc w i n n i n g learn wilh 13. McBride made 14 for Van F G K T P K T P Til" A r k a n s a s Kami-backs. ; w i t h o u t the services of rcven-'ont Billy "Tour" Hester for the first lime in two years, open t h e i r Soulhwest Conference s?afon In- night against the Texas _A. and M. Cadels. The start at S TMhc Aggies are one of three defending champions in the conference, having lied for Ihe crown lasl year wilh Texas and T.C.U. Of oarlicul.-ir interest-to Arkansas is the fact t h a i the Cadet's stellar guard, all-conference.Jewell McDowell, will be playing the lasl conference game of his career. In Hester's spol on t^e oivol for ,rss.«^3- i ^ TM? xsr tour - has s'-own flashes of real Kie.it- | this year. Coach Presley As- muna. Barnelt, f ----McCoy, f ----- Kze!i. c ------Holder, g -----Grisham, K ---Stephens, g -- - 10 III Totals - Fayclteville P.n-ker, f Head, f . -McConnell, Williams, f Trumbo, c Pcarsnn, c Cruriup, R Tloskins, g Barnes, g Trammel, g 5 10 25 1 f ------ Totals 17 kcw feels'that Elkins' only d i f f i - eullv at this slnRe of his develoo- i meiit is his lack of collegiate ex, ; prriencc. Tonight he should get a el big dose ol that. " j Opposing Elkins at center will "' he big Walt Dnvis of the AOT'cs. Davis is a senior and one of Me j loon's lop post men. He stands 6-8 j and is extremely agile. Also cause for concern in tne . . . A r k a n s a s camp is the fact t h a t n i t h c two sUiiiing Afiftic forwards, i i l L c K o v Miksch, and Don Bmford, iJ a wnhomnrc, will be ready lo go !,i at ' f u l l speed for the first lime m S! several weeks. Binford has been fillnmlicapped hy a sore leg and ,, ' Miksch is just recovering from a 14 0 Over BoSanos New York-I.IVChicn Vcjiir. the ronmiulint! collegian from Stam- f n r d , Conn., is ready to move un in (·'a?? a ' f r r nassinc hi-: mid-t'-'-in o::am H t l i Professor Enrique Bolanos. But nol too far un. L'"hlwcin'il '-hamp .linimy Carler. F a H d y Do Marco and Arl A r a - ron are to be mentioned as por.si- I ble February foos for Clm-o in a | rnn'crenco loday wilh Al Weil!, 1BC inalclimaker. Vciar won a u n a n i m o u s 10- rnuiHl decision last n i g h t at Miidl- Min Snuarn Garden over Ihe voter:"! Bnlanns. Bol.-m'is. a KJ-ln-fi underdog, t n u i h t Chicn some .fancy (ricks in the laic rounds. .lab. jab. iali and 1'irn a rm.-irl Hurry to bewilder S1ill C.hjeo won and decisively. Ro'erce Kuhy Gnk'sU'in and .'udtic Arl A i d - I n had it 7-:!-l ami .ludc" Frank Forbes 6-4. The Al card This was Velar's most im- norlaill fir'lt--his first a g a i n s t a "bii! name." Only one rlefe.il -a Louise Suggs of Carrolilon, G a . , ' disputed solil decision lo F-ldie who was the third ,hic,hes'. money I Comoo last Sentember--mi'rs Chi- winncr of the 1951 tour, and j co's record in 38 pro lights. Betsy Rawls of A u s t i n , Texas, t h e j National Open Champion, s h a r e d ! first place afler Friday's first 18' holes. j Each shol a three under par record 73 over the (i.282-yard I~, r e n I w o o d M u n i c i p a l course. Women's record for tl:o layout was 74. Babe y.aharias, of Tampa, w i n n e r of 10 of lasl year's 20 women's l o u r n a m e n t s and again lop money Suggs, Rawls lake Jacksonviiie Open Firs! Round Lead Jacksonville. Kla.-M'l-Fonr golf Rals who unc.L-.cul par were -i good jump out front in fc ' ll-.e, .lack- second WELTER CROIV/J on zPL/r psci-sto/f IN HI'S 3KP Boar spirit or glorv. ' eunrd Bill Dawklns to the Yank*.. The game'-- called the S e n i o r - T w o men from Arkansas are on , ui iu- Bowl because all Ihe stars are In j the North and center Frank Mlt- rast by hclr """' college year--gives cnch : Icndorf of Cincinnati plays for lh« player on the winning team SSOII, South. mil each player on the losing team The llebcls are coached by Sieve- HOO. The came Is to he aired over Owens, head man of the profrj-. CBS at 2 p.m. ; slonal New York Giants. The' A tie gome and Ihey spill th-; Yanks, Including seven Te-xar.s;. rat nt the rate of $450 per helping, are coached by Wilbur Eubank! r r or the sake of convenience the i and Fritz Hcislcr, assl.itant co»ch«f. group of SO Is divided as e q u a l l y : of the Cleveland Browns. HJ possible and the teams are. Paul Brown, regular Cleveland called Nor'.h and Soulh. j and North team coach, w»i forced In two previous Senior Bowls ! by his pro contract to leave th* the South squail won. 20 13 a n d ' Senior Howl Thursday and «o (6 10-lli. This year Ihe North t.quad Los Aiifceirn for the pro bnwl jurne looks at least.a touchdown better. J a n u a r y 12. the strength of a belter line, Evi-ry professional team In m»- four extra days of workinv. together, and a wet field. The Southerners -- with Mill Wade of Vanderbilt and Tlabe Pa- rllll of Kentucky -- ore pacing speclniltts, and a wet field will do ,... league football has either head coach, an assistant or » scout livre for the same. The pro draft January 17 In New York will bn heavily Influenced by what th« 50 players do here today. Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE HUMBEIW · . ' CITY HOSPITAL Phon. ll'.o GAS HMM IIN CITY WATER PLANT Phon 111 LIGHT AND POWCT PIMM MH Phon* M FOL1CE Mm M ·e«eUMTIM«-l»00«tl ·U1IHH1 COUMH ----· TRAIN FOR CIVIL SERVICI JOIS SECRETARIAL - STANDARD COURSES FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLIGI FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS PHOME 13 H. 0. DAVIt. PBM. *«Y» IUPTLIU* -----««». FAYETIEVILLE AUTO SUPPLY II CAST MUUHTAin rd'EVTEVlLLh, ARK. fHONE T»4 Cronkihofl Orlndlnfl Pm f«t All Can mnt Ir«ta LI«V*«f SAM'S LIQUOR STORE FcytttcvfHt'i Moil Up-To-D*f« Hit Houston Nips Tulsa In MVC Test, 42-41 New York--Cbico V-jnr. 140, Slamford, Conn., o n t p o i n t r d - Kn- ririnc Bolanos, 143, Pasadena, Hollywood, Calif.--Laliro .S-il:i^, i".51, Monlcrrev, Mexico, and Bobbv Why 127, Sanla B:nbara, Calif, dri"v, 10. West Palm Beach. Fla. Al 123. Don nehfcldt of the Baltimore Bullets in the NBA set 19 i n d i - vidual scoring records at the University of Wisconsin. BOWL FOU HEALTH Jim Benton BowiiilR Lancs-Ariv sprained ankle. Kuharich Reported Set For Chicago Card Job San iM-ancisco-M'l-Joe Kuharich will be named head coach of.Ihc Chicago Cardinals, a professional football club he once played for, Ihc Chronicle said loday j ' The Chronicle said Ihc a n - 1 j n o u n c c m e n l is nol o f f i c i a l bill private ,ources.arc unanimous in j naming the recent University of San Francisco head couch lo Ihe job The former Cardinal coach Cm-ley Lambcau, resigned lasl I season. winner, and Mary Lena Faulk, | f jmhrc.is, 123. Phoenix, Arb... amateur of Thomasville, Ga., were i knocked out Chili Cantero, a stroke behind at 74. | Havana. 4. Friday's favorable w e a 1 h e r j brought in 11 scores under BO n u t ' 54-l-olc Ilircn day ijiedal of a field of ;t.1 that started Ihc . event. ~"~1 EVERYTHING IN PLUMBING and SUPPLIES FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO GOVERNMENT AVE. m==i= ^ M ! Cow pokes Stop Make Whiskers Go Like'Preacher'Roe BROOKLYN DODGiR PITCHE* PRAIKS CHUBS' HADES MAD WHAT Ml lAYh "A a m o o t h . delivery means evrrythlns; to I jiltchcr. A amooth ihav means everything to ft man with a tough icard and tender tldn. That's why I me a Chllds' blade. I find t Child*' bind" lives up to Ita slogan, and leaves my face smooth a* a ihlld's." "Preacher" Rot · F I N E S T S T E E L H O N E D IN O i l » T R I P L E T E S T E D Mony lats Stillwatcr, Okla.-l'n-ui""»""" i A and M. College playing wilh- l o u t veteran center Pete Darcey 'slopped the hiRh-iconng )el a in j Blue Demons, 52-49, in a baskcl- I ball same last nighl. Afler a lOUBh, see-saw battle ' · Alier a i u u * n , o ,,11 the way. subHilute center Hob j I'accr hit a bonk shot with 45 j · ' (-cinids lo go lo give Ihe Aggies a , : : -,0-4fl edge. Johnny Miller adned , j'thr clincher f i v e , seconds before | 1 ihe final R u n . Bob M a l l i c k . who started in place of Ihc injured llaircy, fouled oul when DePaul led, 45-43, and Ihe foul shnls gi"-e Ihc _Hltic Demons two more points. T h c game was marred by fill personals. Don Johnson sel Ihc scoi-lns pace wilh 17 poinls for the Aggie.,-, who led, 2D-26, al the half. It was lh6 eighth victory in 10 starts for A. nnd M. «nd save UcPatil a 0-4 record. Houslon-i'/IVIIouston scored in the lasl 11 seconds lasl nighl lo dufc-al Ihe University of Tulsa. 42- ·!!, in Ihe Hurricane's first Missouri Valley Conference basketball name. Tulsa moved into the lead, 411(1, wilh only 25 seconds to go, bill center Ellnn Collon drove in for lay-up lo grab Ihe viclory for 1 2 7 ^ : Ihe Cougars. The cold Hurricare could hit only 14 of (12 attempts from the f i e l d . Tulsa nailed. 2,1-14. at the half. Basketball Scores R h Bncknell odp Island 72 M a i n e .1C.. FAYETTEVILLE MILK CO PASTEURIZED - HOMOGBHZB IN Nwlh WMI George Washington !"l Wake South Carolina 78 Davidson 01 Oklahoma A and M 52 Dv Paul ·I!) Houston 42 Tulsa 41 .Southwest Texas 58 Baylor 56 Texas Tech 87 Arir^na State 50 Idaho 50 Wasinhgton 51 Wyoming 71 Alberta 46 UCLA 81 Stanford 03 California 05 Southern California 55 Oregon Stale M Washington State -IS Nevada 70 Chlro Slate 5ft Santa Clara IW Fresno Stale 63 Elkins Trips Lincoln In League Tilt, 62-19 The K l k i n s KUt romped o v e r Lincoln, (i2-!D. laM n i g h t in W a s h i n g t o n f'oiinly game played at Klltlna. The Klklnfc girls aim downed Lincoln, 40-35. In a H-lf.im game tho Springdale q u i n l e i defeated Klkins. 34-10. I n the boys game Cnpeland Bowling Movie To Be Shown Al Uark Bowl An instructional bowling movie will be shown nt the Uark flow], Thursday, January 10, hy Lee Mitchell, American flowllng Congress field rcpresentalive. The occasion it* a rally lo stir up Interest in the state bowling tourney that will be held here the laid of the month. Such bowling |reati as Andy Varipappa, Joe Norrii, Ned Day, Buddy Romar, Connie Hchwoegler, Junle McMahon and Marion Lad- wcig are fealured In the f i l m , which will be shown at 8:30 o'clock. In addition lo showing Ihe film the ABC representative will discuss some of the phases of the national organization that hove a bcarinx on the local situation. Concert At University Scheduled January 11 A concert to be jiven by Rudolf Firkusny, pianist, at the University will be given on Friday, January I I , at the University, instead of January 10 as announced on season tickets of Community Concert Association membeiB. The concert is to be given In the University Field Mouse ot 8 p. m., under joint auspices of the U n i - versity and Faycttevillc Community Concert Association. Firkusny, who has taken out citizenship papers in this country, was born in Cj-cdislnvakia. Construction Trades To Meet Thursday A mcetlnii of all construction trades of this arc-a will be hrld nt th» office of the Fayetlcvlllc (·onfpr»nr-f j Chamber of Commerce Thursday afternoon. The Arkansas Office ol Price Stabilization has Invited persons in Ire construction husl no.« to nltend thf meellng begin nine at 2 p.m. A representative ol OPS will discuss Ihe provisions of Washington County Firmer* Mutual Fire Insurinci Organized 1922 1952 will be 200th Anniversary of Mutual Insurance 209 North Block StrMt Phont 180 HIM* » T » M O CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Formttlr FowUr'i Fruit and M«wi SUndl "THE BIO LITTLE 8TOHE" in FAYETTEVILLE at . 4U WEST D1CKSON PHONE III JOHNSON PLUMBING AND HEAIIN6 CONTRACT OK REPAIR Corntr Spring and School. Phon* 1040 jiADIATOM (HO SCARVESAND STRIPES FOREVER--wc»rin« »iriped canf, scarves and slockincs. Ihu Collegians take the flc-M for the l r » d i - tional Wall Game against tht Oppidans at F.ton, F.nj. (NF.A) , : scm ;-il 13 lo pace Ihe |-olnl making | i n t r(l i]jn| price regulation «ovcrn for the winner.--, l l u n c f i c l d inndc I |j,n the conitructlon trades (CPR seven for Lincoln. H r r n i e Sinclair, lop scoi-infi for- a-sid en Ihe Nrw York llnngfr«, HARRY'S RADIATOR SHOP L»l H»rrr Iniptct r»«r cooling tyiltm and itcondUIgn f»« radiator (or winttr wtilhtr. R«w com initalltd. EAST OF MONTGOMEHY WARD TIBt IHOP III* E. Hock SI. ntM* ISM WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL CAM .kr' Whc«l Alignmtnl Whwl Balanrt^ FRAME AND AXLE STRAIGHTEKIMO 1 1 3 S. COllEOE, FAYtniVlUE, AIK. PHONE TTI J l l n i I " _ Thru pluytri In th« Niitioniil; ,,.. . Hockey L«»|ut wen born In Scot-j .va · » disc (o.-kfy on .1 Sherbrooke, I lund. Thty trt Adam Brown of ] One radio sl.ition durln« Ihc I Boston »nrt Jim Comicher «nd J i m : .summer. I *·»« o' N« w Ynrk'i Rinftn. | ·ALU ROYAL Family can Mlp You it it trpinfl to oV *« fkttm. N«w Stamford. Nt ALEXANDER TYPIWRITII fMOHE IM

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