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Bulldogs Meet Alma Tonight; Accept Bid To?lay In Springfield, Mo., Tournament » The Fayetteville Bulldog!; go *f- trr their sixth straight victory of tit* season tonight mooting the Alma Ainjflalcfi at Root Gym. Game lime is 8 n'rlofk. The Fayetteville Junior High tram plays it* first name of the year in a preliminary tilt, matching shots with the Alma juniors starling at 6:30. Alma has just missed having a fine rrcorcl this season. The Airedales have won five and lost five, with three of their los^s com in? hy one-point margins. Both Benton ville and Sprinedalp gained single-point wins over the Aire- dalep. Tnnight's game j.larl; the heaviest period o f - a r t i v i t v nf l'-p f-*- FOH for Fayetteville. Following the contest with Alma PIP play a rescheduled match Van BUITM on Monday, a Fayettcville Host To State Bowling Tourney Next Week Buren. and then enter the annual "Tournament of Chamnions" at j Springfirld, Mo., Wednesday. Should the Fayetteville learn win Wednesday they play Thurfida.y and another win would give them Fayetteville is thi sitt of thf I4lh annual Arkansas Handicap Rowling Tournament. January 18. 19, 2(1, 26 and 27. Well over 200 howlers from all section* of thf state will compete for prize monrv Bulidnes | sn d trophies during the two- 1 - with weekends affair*. Van The tournament officially opens Friday night, January 1ft, when the team event section jccts tinder way. Action in the team event continues Saturday and tht doubles and singles events are scheduled for all day Sunday. The windup comes' seven days later. The annual business meeting of fiiinls of the 16-Leam tournament I hey wind up on Saturday night. 1 °ie e tiuni C m n nt laleS ^^ fr ° m ' ^^w"atlhVMounT ' tcl. Sunday, January The Van Ruren came was oric- ; ^. m Inally schrrtuled-fnr Friday. J a n - j ' T ] . ntlrn - nt - 27, at 11 fivp dnys rarllcr to permit Fay- *Mf«,* l 'iM? tn compete in f he Missouri meet. The Onllpups will :r ; ake the ·ess and will be conducted by the Fayetteville fowling Association. Francis Hflhn. a committee m?m- trin to Van Ruren, als". ^ cr Q ^ Official acceptance of the bid j tournament director? from the annual Springfield cage J T^^L^I^----,-.-·. .---- tourncv came yesterday afternoon fruii) the Faycttevillo High School authorities. Permission to onl(?r f'e tournament was granted by Johnny Burnett, executive secretary of the Arltnnsas Athletic Association. The by-laws of thr ' association specify that nn team ; shall participate in a tournament · not sDOnsored by a school or college "of the state." However. Burnett jidnlftBfBl iNHUUinu" [SPORTS MOUTH WEST ARKANSAS TIMES, ravertevu.e. ArkanM*. - iriday, January 11, 1952 \NCAA Insists It Is Not Dead In Spite Of ACE Sports Code; The opening night nf activities will start at 7 o'clock and will ?re five Fayettrville and one Springdale trams take to the lanes. Saturday (he team events start it 4 j p. m. and will pnntinue until about j 11 p. m. There are 51 teams entered with a trophy and * nrir.c of approximately $75 awaiting the winner. The doublfK and Dingles with their companion all-events participants open up Sunday morning at 8 o'clock ami continue throughout the day. Firing will be completed Suhday night, January 27. There art 113 doubles teams and 217 single event performers entered in the tourney. Top prize for the doubles is $40 with a $25 sward coing to the top singer. The all-event?; champ sets $16. Entered in the tournament Is D. I.. Nicholson, of Pine Bluff, thr defending singles titlist. TJISI year's team event chamo, Phillips "·" Service Station of Pine Bluff, is also expected to be on hand. Better Player Alignment Sought For Senior Bowl By Sponsors Rivalries To Be Rekindled H Second Annual Pro-Bowl MnViilr. Aln.-f/P) Now Hint thr Seninr Bowl appear." .=rl fi* an early Jniuiiiry sports fivlurc-, sponsors nre looking for Hie answer to » Dci-plp-sinc uueilion "When is n .Soulhernrr H naw- thuner, and vice voiva?" It peeniK Ihat the loose designation of Nnrlh vs. South in Inst Saturday'·; gainp caused a little sectional CUM fusion, who I with several Texans playing with the "nawth" ami a Cincinnati lineman pcrformiiiK w i t h the South, It brought forth i raft of letters on the subject. One of them Rave Crosby's Pro-Am Tournament Gels Under Way Today Pchbc-1 Reach. Calif.-/r-Stnrs o f ; since, screen, b^rhall. and the J q;unc of culf hecln itlav tndny in- Ihc Senior Bowl a ndvcj 'flppTOa.'ii! "'"« IVcisuy's SIU.OOO pro-amateur j lo Ihc problem that seems to tlc| 8°'!." 1|! '"7 ; ,, , . ' in with thr dc-c-mphnsls talk. I Tll : M - '". lo ' Uirce-tla.v tnurnry .limmic PO'UTC-. ccneral maniiRpi'l * enlnc:;. of the Senior Howl, SHitl » lot c,f Two - man pro - amateur tfnms consideration was being tfiven to "Pen piny over (.yprras Point, one ·· · · · Warren "^ ' ° showiest courses in the the irloa advanced by U fan, Don Lunquist. "true" Lunt|Uist proposed thai North-South rivalry he ,;pt up on , , the basis of the player's liomi- in- ;','' n i.' 0 ,"" 1 " 1 ' 1 ,."* stead of "where they played college ll! "' l '. ls ham ica ball. lo nine, strokes. "Nowada rnimtry. Rand I carter Phil M:irrl«| triunrd with vetci'ein K. J. Dutch ; ll:iiTiscin to win lapl year. Thry I plrd ngflin this year, but' p was cut from 11 . and lltin'i.q cotnprle entcrUiinniLMil ami agreed tr icelrs-f/Pj-Rtgular season . and doubtless 5 few per- i lends as well, will be rekindled tomorrow when the pick of the nation's professionals clash in the second annual Pro-Bowl sanction t'ayetteyjjles participa- | football /same, t^on in Ihe louinaniont due t o j The contest, which starts al 3:30 mi th r- uiI* N ' B ' I H i n ^ i ru "' CSTi pils "' e '" Ft Qf " lc N ?~ a .!!I ...^-..-!, :.. ld _....' C ...i.".',"If."! 0 ! 'io 1 " 1 Conference against the best of the American Conference in the National Football League. This is no ordinary all-star game hatched up on quirk notice. m mis. \ fonc-dislancp i-nl afternoon confirmed yesterday arrangements and it was learned, according to Coach Glenn Stokenberry, that Fayrttcvjlle's first same wi ; Actually it was dreamed no yea.s t ago by George Preston Marshall, . ,,, j , , ~ ,,,, .,., ~ ,, i owner of the Washington Tied- b ? Wednesday al ,:3n. The Bull-, sk|ns _ ,,,,,, n[m , ,, ,,,, ,,,, of(jc °, dogs' opponent will not be known {sanction of the league itself. It wilh all the talk of sis because of certain collcBCf rccruitiiiK hich school' S nl '"? w^y t 1 "".' »s Bob Mope I stars all over Ihc count, v, this i a " 1 · ll "" n ' 'mii''Ct: Buddy Hog-, Klroy Hirsch; passer Nurman Van | would be a natural pilling of Ihe' e r a a n d V.c Ghczzl; Ralph Kmpr Brocklin and h ? I f b n c K 5 Dan f actual Norlh-Soulh/ootball stars," :·"" ; cv Towler and Tank Vu ng-r. | Lunquist wrote. : IjTM '' T TM In the Senior Howl, where 50 of the nation's top college stars turn pro. an effort was made in the Brown's Americans lewd nff with qiiarterbjicl: Otto Graham, halfback Lew Wor;;h.nn; Bob Crosby Kcrrier. and Dick Arlcn iinri Johnny Revolt a In the beet ball ovcnl. I f Dub .lones and end Danle | j, rs , ,,,,.«. smncs ,,, Hnc , ,,,, , wn ljvelli. i tennis of equal iilrniqlh, anil lo Arrayed with the Nationals BIT: shift Ihc players around to bal- .tohnny I.uJBCk. Robhy I,,iyne. Rob' sl \ce the squads Hoernschrmeyer. R i l l y Grimes,'; George Talinferro, .John Dottley. i .Tim Cason. "Bulldoe" Turner Kd i ,, · . ,\ ' ,, ~ , ' . , I'.uuiu iidvt; piii.vL"! \\n Sprinkle. Leon Hsri, Larrv Brink, j Kentucky's Babe Pnrilli Don Paul, Stan Wcsl and others. | from Rochester. Pa., and S On the American squad will be i Carol inn's Steve W.-idiak I the faraed Simmy Bailgh, Eddie!' 1 ' 0 " 1 C-'hicasn. Price. Frank Polsfoot, Pete Plhof. ° " l h c " thl '!' *?··. lh " Sn " lh C,n Ford.'Jo, Gcri, Tony Adamle, | »TMfj , ^lahon^l, Arh,, Carpenter. Lou Groza. Chuck . ,,,,,,. M. r,_L /-,..^j- nnf r\..-ii_.. ! ' ·' hail been followed last Saturday, iwu .Urn Cason. "Bulldo," Turner. Kd i ^ U !d i 1 , 1 « p^d'^nl^le N!^ ir\f*\ Costellani Favored To KO Durando! New Vnrh -I/I'.'- Clever Rocky 'Hstclkuii is jtn 8 to 3 favorite to ,;tke Krnie Tim Hock Hurando of {a.votmc. N. .1.. his 11th straight handful! victim tmuKhl when thry cls^h in Ihc m;i(n ten-rfiindcr ot Madi- In the event Fayclteville reaches the sccortl round the game will be played at 9:30 Thursday with the third round game to come at 3 on Friday. The outslandiiiR teams in Missouri are invited. , Keep up u t t n the timcn--r«»d the TIMES dtilr. L O A N S Lictnsed Pawnbroker Expert Watch Repairing ROCHIER'S JEWELRY loulh Sid* BtTUtn weight when contract talking time comes up soon. Outstanding Frt* Most of Hie out$landln| pros in the NFL are here. The' scjh»d* ace limited to.31 apiece. They ire selected by Commissioner Bert Bell of the league jnd thf Los Angeles sports editors, Main feuding of a mass variety would be between i|ll-st»r representative? of the i Los Angeles Rams «nd their coach, .Joe Styda- hnr, and the outfit they beat for the National League title lust, month, thi* Cleveland Browns *nd their .coach, Paul Brown. Thr Rams on the National t.Mm include the No. 1 quarterback. Bob Watcrficld, and pass catching end Bowling ·Hiintii L*aiua With only one IhC firil hntr of i-«ck of play left i r'crencc pla.vcrs ngainst the rc.--t nf the country. ,, Three Games Scheduled Stump F ior flrit plVcc by lronn?!nf f !vh.rfielS III COUHtV Cfllft LftdUB Moior Co. .1-1. Hlckelfs remained tn ·" »VMIIIf VOJC LVH1JUC jure llsel scahon St lf of *t lie lor runner-up a f l r r Cafeteria look them (or a 3-1 riefcal. whil? Modern Motorn held their rung in Relenting Falrwiy Store, 3-1. Dr. Pepper bcai Kcllcy flrns.. 4-0. and C. A Swtnson'j took Hnrin (JonslrucUon. 3-1 Cj- Campy ApplUnt-es Three PHIIICS are nu hip t in the Wn.shiiifiton Cmmty kctbnll Confernncc. By ;t tiu coincidence each set of . so «irn ;inrl Cn.stcllnni WHS brouRhl ^ nn ~ 1 in MS H rflplaucmcnl. j The in p. m. KST bout will bf hnindrfiKl by ABC. Rncky c-nuld move Durando out cf Ihc way nf a fourth match with Young wilh - annlhor win. Thc| winner of tonight's scrap will get VounR. Then the ulUhinlc survivor may earn a non-titlf Garden shot at middleweight Champion Ray nubinsun. Proctor Potato Chips. 3-i. anti Coca- have exactly the oppopitc record ' Extra-Brewed to be Sugar-free that's why Stag is to smooth... to dry I WARNING! TO ALL MERCHANTS Several checks are being forged on the Northern Bag Co. Do not accept any checks en this company until further notice. Check stries 9921 to 9950 ara those that are being forged. A n y o n e receiving checks with these numbers please notify the local sheriff. NORTHERN BAG CO. Coin took Crcifihton't. 3-1. The Rogers five nnrt Mason's Cafe split :, while Bolie's Grocery took P»IHCC Drufi, 3-1. The Rilter Agtiu-y held its position in de(f«tinR McJIroy Bnnk. 3-1. in league play. Klkinp, wilh n 4 - 1 murk, is ;U home for a till with Fnrmington, with a 1-t _ Dr. Pepper's win drought nil ttam i with fivo wins atirl no losses goes miiors with 9Tft-a,773 while Otto F»gC , ... j i n « n ] n f- v a , f o tTIO w ;ih -j 1 th«t ^urn and Allan Bucki-cua . ol j ° '' Inonn '^ » {Wmc with ^ January Sports Card if ihut 'l^an JiVrry^'wi'tkiiUn or'BoheV'Ororery j alir , )osl f i v r "Grcon],-,,!,], was hottest (or high single of 229 Lincoln tpnm thnl has won n Stump Whitticfd Motor Modern Motors . ur. Pepper C. A. Hwanson a »nd Sons Cy Ctrrtey Ferguson x - Crcigljton l i; 2-3 record, is at homo for a l,-i with Wf"t Fork, which has won - J] i three and lost two. "_'s?\ All members of the conference - 3 7 ' w i l l lake part in the West Fork ^ I Invitational tournament n e x t '.'.'.'.".'. 5) week. r«y Store hf Hitter AK Mcliroy Bank Ri roj Coca-Coif Spokane. Wnsh.--Bobby wmd*. ~'""'-"".-' -3J; 128, Spokane, stopped Marl.n Kd- ncy "28 wards, 128, Sentllc, 8. |° Of thr eiel'.l freshmen on .I.,."""- 2 2 i U ( ' I , A basketball squad, only _ T _-..,, - 2' hails from outside the Golden Proctor PotntO Chips 18 g ( a t c Mason's Cafe Hahp Construction Bohe'» Grocery P,..,, Dn,« i|( NW* LMitl L-P Gas contlnupK to shov il* power, thin time In taklni a 1-0 win over Arlianil! Wcalern Oas Co Tyson S . Feed anfl Hatrhcry Irounrfd Mcdo| Paslciirizeti Milk. 3-1. Goff Eros, anfl . Barrack's malcll resultert in a 2-2 inlil I.-P Gas took Icain M:IU-K honors, with 2.S02 nln« whllt Barrack 1 war, hotKst lor a hlali linjlr ol 8Z.1. Midh Ncfl ol Lichlyltr'a lopnlert most rim : «amc« will) W slid Mary Ih* Gds Company hlaittd . of III. in th? (Ijrcc ll'aincR Witt) 467 and R SanSlin V' '"' "" ' '' hl|h llnfl; Tyion reetl Keda|w«l Dairy Barracks rkaWs LIcMyltr'i IcMylt aiteurl Coil l|ro. Milk HWA Mtn ClarK and Kolt Furniture Iroiincfrt lh? lt««tl? l^.dlnl Sprm«d«H Smnkr Shoo. 4-0 .wlillf runnn-iin Cravtnt ana Co.. clotcd thf nan wilh » win nvrr Bill Hodtfs Llnuor.i. 1-0. Hr^kln Can Co Irlmmtd Farmer's Markft. l-b whllr Klnrald Co. look Dlfk Trewnltl. n-l. Hendtr.on Coffee tic- itatert Ttirdy Supply, .V1 Clark and Eofl took nrlni-lpnl tram , honors wltfi tliflr (trie, of =.741 whin I nlok Trrwlllll hlB»l(d hl«l) alnnlc of ' 9.11 W S Olnon of Thr Kincald Co. took Indivldnil »crlf( \vinnn wilh 5W and r.d Tf»l ol r:iark an^ Kofi .... * short ij Co. (0(1 Purnllurf Jan. 11--Bulldoqi ii. Almi, h««. .Ian. 12--1'orkcrs vs. Texas, at Austin. .!;m. 14--RtilldnRs v.s. Van Burcn, al Van Burcn. ,htn. 14--Porkers vs. IJaylor, at Wncn. Jan. U-1S--District Gold.n Olor» Tournament, ·! Hunti- ville, 8 p.m. Jan. 16--BulkloKR in Springfirkl, Mix. Hldli S c h n n l ' s i "Totirnatncnl of Chain-i pinns" at SpriiiHflcliI, Mo.. 7:30. Jan. It--Porrftrn TI. Hict, h«r«. : Jan. 22--Bulldojs TI. Bilotm ! Springi, h«rt. l"c..|jin. 25--Btilldons vs. Bcnlonville, at nrntonvillc. Jan. 2«--nulldogs vc. Huntsvillr, at Uuntsvillp. Jan. 29--Bulldogs TS. Joplin. h*ra. Jan 31--Porktri TI. Klnin Stita Teachars, here. Rill ifo«« t-l«n«n Hetkln Can Co. PlrratrC Mirkll . ·OWL rok HlALTH (In) Btntoo (ewilni UDM--Adv f -An (Mj'Mandlni flavor--Junt»'t Roman Menl RrMd. 1I-1S-1I SWIFT ON DRIFTS -- Lenn-j ln| ((ilnst * sharp lurn rn Dollar Mountain, Sim Valley, I Ha., Kuly Rodcilt tprtds on I ski.",. Thf'Hnyeltn, Colo.. ml.«. is lh» Unlltd Klitts' women's! downhill ind slulom champion. Sh« l« plrVfd lo pl«ce hlfh in, thf Winter Olympics, at Oslo,' Norway, Ttb. 14-25. (NEA) : Powell, Regular S. M. U. End, Dangerously III I)Bllas-i/ri-ll«ivf Pnwcll. regular onrl on the Southern Methodist : University football team, is dan- SCrously ill," j Mr. Robert F. Morgan. lt«m physician, said ("day Powell, ol : Portland. Ore.. \v»s In an oxygon ·lent and running lemperalurefi ai! . hich as 104. "We've niailf test after tttt, X-rnv after X-ray, anj had con- MillatiTM afler rmisultntion, and we haven't found exactly whit's : wrong with f)«ve. except that h« I . Kfetn^ In h a \ r - srnne kind of lun^i , cnndition," said Dr. Morgan. Basketball Scores (.'hii-.-ieo Loyola ·«, St. John'i Ilkn fit. Duke 74, NV1I 72. Kcton Mall 90. Cieiehton «, T'enn Stale SI, Syracuse J7. l.ouiri»n» i..'^ll«|e f)2, l.ouiiijna ferh fin. Snuihp«aitrn l.ouluini 50, C'tn- ienary 48. Maryland 55, fieorgflown DC Id. Waka Forest J}. North Cirolln? '.S (nvrrlimM. 5Tnuthw»it Tevai II, MeMurry IP. San Kranciaco 51, I/mi AninlH Loyola 41. Cincinnati -14')- Tri» National! Colleiiate Athletic Auoclatlnn In- alatett It was Kill allv« and klchlnj today while some of lit best frlendi were uu»y burying the corpi. The ism« 280 dele(ates moved Into the t»ner»l bunlness jesiloti with only i pollt* nod In tht direction of a committee of college president* who are demandint; a drastic 10-point program of (ie- etnphafis. The group tarkled a series of rather mild resolutions concerning continuance of controlled foot- hall television, new enforcement mochinery. curtailed sprlnj football practice and a ytar'i study of bowl itamti. The aiendl dortn't call for any official action on Ihe points raised ry the presidents calllnj for nlioll- tlon of all bowl and post-season Eaines, strict Hmltfllions on -jlpvine and practice staslona and sharp controls on thr lubsldlraiion of athletes. Some of these mailers rould he brought up -- fresh -- froni the floor, however, and conceivably that might happen before tomorrow's arijournmenl. Or. John Hannah, president nf Michigan State College, and Dr. Arthur Adflf.s, president of Ihe American I nimril of K.ducation, ·jreFonted trie Presidents Com- miilee report to the NCAA Executive Council yfilerday. Great Ortfitflnn '.Vhen they were through, ilierc WHS greal colifusion about who will be runninn tht nation's nth- letic policies durlni the next few years--the presidents or the NCAA. Hannah said In a press conference afterwards that his com- i. - -,m* r'r!h,t nhe;id making Its recommendations to thy ,ve rauncll of Ihe American Council of Education. If adopted, he said, the rules will he enforced throtiBh the regional accrediting ageneies. All Institution failing to comply might face lots of accreditation. "II hit been said that we have moved In btciuie ol lack ol con- fidencc in the NCAA an* the con-1 fcrences," Hannah said. ''That Is only partly so, "We have sftn examples ol in- Ftitrtlons rot beln| awed by the prrfitnt fovernlDJI bodies. Two 1 'i "icrn leaniE ricently went to bowl games despite, t conference ben. A couple of years ago we had violators of the lanity code but nobody refilled to play these blacklisted team). Heal Threit "We fe*l we now have the Ideal weapon for enforcement--that Is, threat of loss of nccreditalion." Should the presidents' proposals become law. Ihe NCAA would he left only a shell nf its once potent self. The American Council of Education then vyould be «etlinu the policy and enforcing It, The NCAA wouldn't, under Ihe pro- Brain, even have pott-season championships to regulate, because there woulrt be none. Some saw In the presidents' fiction a death blow to the NCAA. However, neither the NCAA nor the president.' group recognized it as sticb. Hush Willed, prejldent of the NCAA, said the. conversations with the presidents''representa- tives turned up some differences of opinion In regarO to oVetalli but addef) "The report and the com-! tncnts showed harmony in both, associations, programs and efforts, and showed quite clearly that the' ACE needs the NCAA's anrl conferences' help to realitc Us goal." Fights Lott Night rty Tar Atnv-MM Prtia Cedar R a p i d s , Iowa--Glen Flanagan, 128, St. Paul, knocked out F.ddle Milton, 128. Omaha, 4. New Bedford, Mass.--Freddy llolmstead, Ul, Springfield, Mat's., outpointed Mamiel Batlitl, 131, New ftedlord, I New Yor(i--Ralph Tiger Jones. 150, Yonken, N. Y., and nobby Lloyd, M5, New York, drew, 8. Philadelphia -- George Benlon, 154, Philadelphia, outpointed HoHy Mim«. 1S9, Washington, fl. ·REVIEW OF THE YEA, n .-Cy Alan M ' A HOCKS/ "WCFtTAL.FterilKftl TO 7/fe ^55 COACH . RECORD fCOfff OF 42-7, T//EIR RC '9- M6T, i A C'iTRACT .,~ A3 PiA/iMG J/ '» Clf VILKHD g/toMS W 7.LOUIS me,? 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