Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 12, 1952 · Page 5
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Bulldogs Use Free ThrowsTo Down Alma,46-37 Fayetteville Kb II Of B Charity Tosses * McConnell Lead* Team To Sixth Stra'ght Victory The Fayell High Sclmol Bulldog*, a l i t t l e Mai in their first appearance following the upset victory over Fort Smith on Tuesday, uprcl free throws to defeat Alma, 46-37, at Root Gym last right. in the matter of fiplrl goals both tams nwlp 14, but the Bulldogs ennnertttl on 1ft of 23 free throws while their opponents were making nine of 14. That produced the winning margin. Fayctlcville la'.'ked the surenecs nf defenrc and attack that has marked its performance in previous pamcp. A Irtdown in pevfonn- Hiice was expected, however, after the great game player! against t h .c pnwrrful Fort Smith team on Tuesday. And the Bulldogs had enough poise tn take the lead at the outset and hold nnto it throfighout the game. It was their Sixth win in a row, Billy Parker, the floor-general of the t e a m , drove in for two ou'ck layups and added a free throw in the first two minutes nf play to put the Bulldogs ahead, fi-0. From there the game was fairly even with FayctteviDe content to hit from outside and rack up the free throws. Early in the third period *Doas readied a 15-point Duqutsn* And T.C.U Joke Collegiate Cage Spotlight Nw York-OfVUnbeaten Duquesne ind once-beaten Texis Christian took th« spellijht In coll«ri»te besketbill tut nifht. Duquesne, one of thi seven undefeated mijor teams In the country, whacked CalKitt. 71) to 52. It was Ihe Dukes, ith i l i a i l h t . TCU, beaten only by Manhattan, continued its domination of Iht Southwest Conference. drlbbin( Baylor. 75-37, in a conference game. TCU now has won 14 of 15 starts. Princeton opened Its Ivy Leajnjf season with a 5(1 lo 49 victory over Dartmouth. Chuck DcVofe scored the winning basket with only 10 seconds left. The Oklihoma Afffici IlkrurlM 1 mud* · good btfmninf In rlf in.«r of th*ir MlHouri Vilify Conftr- rhct titlf, trouncing Houston, 714*. On the Pacific Coast. UCUA and Stanford remained tied ("r first brhind Oregon in the northern r'ivKioj,, UCI.A \vhippcd Southern Califorhia. 35-48, »nd Stanford look Ca.lioniia, 81-74. Washington downed Oregon Slate, 46-37. Texas A. M. beat nice. 55-44. in the Southwest Conference and Porkers Oppose LonghornsIn SWC Battle Move To Woco On Monday For Game With Baylor Bears The Arkansas Ra?.orbacks. w i t h I _ _ _ _ _ a five-seven record to date, arc in Arizona State whipped F l a g s t a f f , ] Austin. Texas, t o n i q h t for a h n t l l c Kefauvtr Gambling? 7S-S8, in the Border Conference. University of Chicago lost its 25th successive yahie 55 to 41, to the U. of Illinois schools of Chicafio. with the polished Loncliorn tet. Monday they tangle w i t h the Raylor Rears, at Waco, t h r u re DEMARET'S 74 LOW Big Wind Blows Scores Sky High In Crosby's Pro-Am Tournament From there All! Pebble- Beach, CMif.-OT'J-A big' wind blew scores sk.v high in the opening round of the Blng Crosby $10.000 National Pro-Amateur 54- hotc gnlf tnnrnamertt and left Jimmy De ma ret out in front \s'ith a plump 74. Clpa ring weather WHS in prospect for today's second round over the par-62 Monterey Peninsula Country Ctuh course. Sunday's third and final round will be on Ihe Pebble Beach layout, the | Rain and wind gusts up to '5 ar!- miles per hour defied the effort; Flnwly narrowed the lead, getting \D within fiiaht points late in the game. Alma outscored Fayettevllle 12-11 in t h e third quarter and lift in the f i n a l frame. Huns McConnell. 'inrrpa|i«- ti-" of an outstanding field of prns and amateurs to equal or better par over the soaked. tough-to- play 72-psr Cypress Point course today, Den.aret and conifdlan Bob Hope teamed for a best ball of 70 srnrirtff ace of thn club, broke o u t , to sharp a secoftd place tie in the of a slump gelling 1H points. HP hit j pro-amateur doubles competition, ·ix free throws in a row running The pro-amateur competition ·his consecutive streak to 1 1 in twn j \v-as led by San Francisco's Art games. Parkrr. who netted 12 j Bell and amateur William Hoelle pninls. also hit six of six from the | with s best ball of 68. 15-foot line. Bay Btu'nes made five of six and had nine points. For the visitors. Johnson the center hit 16 points. live of them In the last minute and a half. Powell, a t a l l forward, who pleas*d the capacity crowd with his 30- foot set shots, made eight points. in n junior high game w i t h Alma the Bullpups won their ·cason opener on a long shot by Fleming which produced a 21-20 score. The Pups led most of the game but found themselves be- liind hi the closing minutes of the Rame. Woodruff, who was Fay- etleville's high scorer with five points, made two crucial baskets lain in the game to set the stage for Fleming's clincher. Alma made DO field son Is the second half. Williams, of Alma, with right free Former golf kingpin Byron Nfcl- ,-:on, who maktK this event one of two or three he comes out of ret i r e m e n t for. had a first round 77. He won the 54-holc a f f a i r last year and was under par for every round, posting a total 209. Lloyd M a n g r u m and Dr. Cary Middlecoff, both ex-U. S Open t i t l e winners, needed 79 blows to complete the first round. Mlddle- coff, iti fact, marked his ball and came in to ask if ht could finish out today. He was sent back to struggle with the elements. Crooner Crosby who foots the bills for his private tourney and turns over the profit.·! tn charily, wasn't bothered by the wind and rain. Ke hadn't entered it as a player, and enjoyed a few chuckles while the water dripped down the throws and eight points, was high j necks of such fellow troupers as | Hope. Dennis O'Keefe, and P h i l I fending pro-amateur champions. F; T PF TP ! Their chances looked pretty slim 4 fl 0 _. 0 .. 6 _ _ . - -14 , toda as they had a first round , ; best ball of 75, seven off the pare. I Prairie Grove ·corer. The BullHogf: and Bullpups play j Harris. Van Buren Monday, at Van i Bandleader Harris and his part- Burcn. 1 nci ", E. J. Harrison, are the The box score: Alma Powell, f Brooks, f . Henderson, f Thomas, f . Johnson, e _ Cot I roll, g 2 Cook, c 2 TOTALS H FayeltevlMc lUuCnimoll, f W e n d , f tnirlup. f Trumbo, c Pfarson, p Parker, p .. Hoskins, g Ttarnes. g . Trammel, % TOTALS Bright Defend* Football On Eve Of Nelson Award Boston-l/Pj-Much of the criticism aimed at intercollegiate fool- bill IK "unfair and unjustified,". arrordiiiR to Johnny Bright, Drake University halfback. He will be presented with t h e j Swede Nelson award for sports-1 team's manshi'i tonight by the Gridiron professional | turn home fnr n came w i t h Rice a i week from tonight. Arkansas coa"h Presley Aske trrriT; the two Cannes In Texas as crucial to (be Porkers' cm-rent SPSfon. Good showings and a wi or twn would help boost the RaxorbHck.s 1 rnoralr, fM'cnrrlinc \ the conch, a factor that is very important right now. Askew put his finger on first r j u n r t f r troubles as a cause for concern--a fact thn I has been readily apparent all season. In "'*hl nf 12 games this soasnn the Porker nnnn.citjnn has jumped tn a commanding lead in the i n i t i a l 10 minutes, which has made vie- j lory an extremely d i f f i c u l t tnsl i Only in the second Ole Miss game WPS Arkansas able to overcome the party deficit. Arkansas will he p l a y i n g ils Kffcnnri gamp of the senson w i t h o u t the services rif Billy "Toar" Hester. tl*e seven-font center, who ntiit school two weeks ago. Jn their without Hester, the ding scorer, th^ Hogs ffitmrf SPORTS NORTHWHT ARKANSAS TIMIS. Fav.tHvill.. Atk«ltMt\- Saturday, January 12, 1952 Bowl Games, Spring Practice On Agenda At NCAA Conclave Club of Boston. "There lias been too much talk about football de-emphaMf, tnost of it's u n f a i r and unjustified," Bright said. "Spring practice never harmed anyone mid as far as bowl Barnes are concerned, they're okay, provided they are free of commercialism.' 1 The ?J-year-old Negro star suffered a fractured jaw during s game with Oklahoma A. and M. His injury attracted nation-wide attention but Bright remained silent throughout the furore. Shei To Gel Another Tryoul With Yankees New York-(;l')Thlrty-four baseball players hearted hy Frank Shea, the 1947 pitching .sensation who fiztled out, were invited by Hie New York Yankees to report February 15 M Lake Wales. Fin., for an early start on spring training. The inclusion of Shea on the lis'. indicates Manaeer Casey Stengel still has hopes the chubby hurlcr can help the cause of the world champions, who ave going to need lot of helping with Joe 1 retired and .ir-rry Coleman called np for Marine Corps duty. Shea and six others are listed as members of the Yankee stnmd as matters now stand, while the rest are minor leaguers called up for a tryout. The other six, all ditchers, arc Art Schallock, Bob lost lo Texas A. ai Askew has alsn rl M.. 49-46. immonted on the on-and-nff performances of his team members this srnson, declaring hi? intentions of bench- inc Ihose players thai do not ap- nenr to bo up to par on a particular nighl. Arkansas hasn't IIIP( Texas yet, but whipped Baylor S8-44 in the lire-season Southwest Conference tournament. That, however, wns when the Ua/.nrbacks ylill bad Toar Hester, the 7-foot renter who recently quit school to return to the farm. In their only JJHIUP so f u r w i t h - Sen. Herbert H. O'Connor (D-Mrt.) gets a coonskln cap--be already has it on--nnd a live racoon from Sen, Esles K e f a u v e r (D-Tenn) in Washinslnn in srttlemrnl of M bet on the Sugar Bowl fnnlbnll gamp on Now Ycur's Day. In the game, M a r y l a n d beat Tennessee, 28-13. Rogers loses Three Games To Van Buren Rocers, Jan. 12-(Special)-Van Ruren Rfiineri Ihrre victories over liogcrs High School last nlpbl. in basketball Raines played here. The I'ointcr j u n i o r buys won. 2 B - j J a n . 14--PnrkcrS vs. Baylor, at January Sports Card Jan. 12--Porkers vs. Texas, at Austin. Jan. 14--Uulldofts vs. Van Buren, nl Van Buren. 22 and the. defending state chain pion Kir IP won, 4f)-17. In thr fea- lurpd senior beys name Rogers lost a close one, 4!)-4H. The h a l f - t i m e scorn WHS 20-18 in the Pointers' favor. Rogers Four rppresenlatives of the nut Hester, the Porkers dropped j SouthwRslcrn HHI 'P e l^r- p li_n Iht'ir conference opener lo Texas A. and M. Mogue, Harry Schaeffer, (rctrnmn, Bill Miller and Carr. Tom Dick Charles McNair,'pre.sid«nl of the Prairie Grove Lions Club, served as toaslinsster Thursday night at a charter night banquel Rl Farrn- inglon, where the Farmington Cane Hill Mrs. Clay Pyeatt entertained j Lions Club received its charter. J the Home Demonstration Club ! Attending from here were Mr. Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Lou ', and Mr.". Ken Marvin, Mr. and Moore, president, conducted the Mrs. Paul Jones, Mr. and Mrs. I business meeting anrl led the pro- Robert Weltic, Dr. and Mrs. Jeff program. Mrs. Loyd Trewhilt Baggett, Mr. and Mrs. Billy King, gave Ihe devotional and Mrs. Stir- Mi Basketball Scores Kit 'I fir. 1*/i)'-l«lr! Pro* Princeton Sfl Dartmouth 48 Drauesnc 70 Colgate 52 . George Washington fi6 Wash HO Miami Fla m Florida Slate 56. Furman 73 South Carolina (54 Oklahoma A. and M. 71 Houston 44 Southwestern Okla 66 Okla Baptist 40 Phillips (12 Northeastern Okla 57 overtime East CenhI Okla 78 Northwestern Okla 60 Texas Christian 7.1 Baylor S7 Texas AandM M Rice 44 North Texat fit Oklahoir 49 Texas Western Ii8 Texas Ted llardin-Shnmons 65 Sheppard A KB 63 Company. .Jimmy Smith, Clyde Walker, Clyde Knrnos nnd Louis Croy, came to Rogers Monday to sprnd n month In the eornpllallnn of a new direclory for Hip tele- phono company which is due to be issurd in March. Mir.s lUilh npall, MipiTintrndciil nf I he A r k a n s a s Crippled Children's Homo In IJUlc Rock, has written to Home Demons! nUicm Clubs in IJp.nton County, t h a n k i n g I hem for h n v i n y rorrived the Kills of caniiptl food, clolhintf nnd other ncccssiticK for the homo. Ilenton County, the furmor resldrnre of Waro. Jan. U-li--Diitrlcl Gbldan Glovat Tournamvnl, at Huntl* Tillt, I p.m. Jan. 1fi--bulldogs In Springfield, Mo., MiRh S c l n t o l ' s "Toui'noment of Chnm- pirms" at Springfield, Mo.. 7:30. Jan. II--Porkvrt TB, Rlc*, h»r«, Jan. 12--Bulldoflt vs. Blloam Spr.ngi, htri. 2fi--Bulldogs vs. lionlonvllle, nt Rentonvllle, j Hn . 28--Rulldofts vs. Hunlsvllle. at Hunlsville, Jan. 21--Buildoflt TI. Jopltn, htr*. Jin 11--Porker i TI. Kaniai SUI« Ttachvri, her*. University High Teams To Play Sulphur Springs The University High School Cardinals A and B basketball teams will take on teams from Sulphur .Springs II learn came M a r t i n ) its annual contribution in the ' n n f' !lm cs will he pi a t e Women s gym of the university. A scries o( two local 4-11 Club! The Cardinals' A team lost In lenders' meetings were held in j the B lenni from Sprinydale !n..l tonight, with the 7 p.m. a I ,'ie llogcrs and Genlry (or the purpose of i n s t r u c t i n g ami assisting local leaders in t h e duties and problems of sponsoring clubs. The A and M 59 C i l v ' meeting in Rogers was held Janu! ary in between 1 and 3 p.m. The I co I Gentry mccliiiR wns held the same hours on J a n u a r y n. L. L. Rut- Icdso, assistant stale 4-M Club agent for Arkansas, attended each Collcre 6S Arkansas i M , CPlim , Approximately .14 clubs UCLA 55 Southern C a l i f o r n i a 48; took part in the two meetings. Stanford 8 1 California 7 4 - - - - Washington 4fi Oregon State 37 Wyoming 85 Nexv Mexico 62 Young 55 Denver 51 Utah 82 Milton* 54 _ ._. --·-- Rogers Junior Gridders To Be Honored At Party l!2-(Sprrinl)-Thr BOWL FOR HEALTH Bentnn Bowling Lanes^Adv. nifiht. hut ll'.o R tentn of University Hi;;h downed the j u n i o r tcnm of Springdale. Fights Last Niqht »» Tttf Anvrwt* rrtn New York-Krnlc "The Rock" Durnmln, 15V. Unynnne, N. .1.. slupped Rocl'.y Castellani, 158, Teancck, N. J., 7. The quota for the Renlon County | Wrst Pulm BrHt-h, K|H.--Nor- chaptcr of the Niilional Founda j man Thompson, 143. Patorsnn, N. lion for I n f a n t i l e Paralysis hns .I., outpointed Sonny Luciano, 138, Ijeen set at $8.000 for 1%2, the Miami, in. Rev. Richard CcUer pf Bonton- villp, county chairman for the campaign, announced tscre this week. Krnest Corlfrcy lias been named c h a i r m a n for Romero. Other community chairmen include Huher! Pearce. rientonville: Bfilii : with n total membership of 1,100 Hollywood, Calif.--Art Solo, 152. O a k l n n d . Cnllf.. outpointed Rmo Abfllnlrn, 165, Honolulu, 10. t and David McCartney led square An outsianrtlng flavor-Junse's | dancing and Virgini, reels. Re- Koman Meal Bread. Ii-19-tf freshrncnts W P I C sold. Mrst Porltr P i t t m a i x won the door pl'izs. Pn?.e ' 1 BETTER PLUMBING FOR BETTER HOMES (tart at C and D Plumbing Co. Free Estimates 2*1'W MMfltate PbMW III! onstrated covering l a m p shadts.j pec ted to attend. Hospital. at the scliool on Iho third F r i d a y ' for the "t fl c k i e s I" man and woman went to Waller Smith and j night of each monlh. The h Miss Mnrjorie Jones. I ess was assisted in serving Mrs. James I r w i n had charge of the recreation. Plans were rorj'communlty recreation n|i:ht" | nrtrnl , Unm in |, )r K p j , holds a i only lour hail from the stale of master's decree in dairying from I N o r t h Carolina. Only one of these Of Ihe I K men ,,11 Ihe North Halfback Clarence Self of Ihe ' Carolina Slate b a s k e t b a l l Make Whiskers Go Like Treacher' Roe IftOOKlYN DODGE* PITCHER PRAISES CHUBS' ILADES IUD WHAT Ml «*T«, "A .month delivery meani everythlnK to · fltchcr. A amooth ihtva meani everything to a, man with i. tomb keard and tender akin. Ttmt'a wbj I uie * Chllda' bltdi. I tint * Chlldi 1 blad« llvet up to lu aloftn, tnd leavea my lac* imooth M · ihild 1 .." "PnttHir" Rot · tlNEST S T E E L · HONED IN OIL » T R I P L E T E S T E D Mrs. Kfn Marvin and son have returned home gfler spending a week , w i t h relatives at Kansas City, Mo. Teachers from local sclviols at- Icndecl the Washinclon County Teachers MeetinK held at Sprim- dalf Saturday, January 12. Tlie mccliiiB was designed lo help Hie county's teachers become belter acquainted. Miss Lou Clayton and Miss Klhcl Speedlin were business visitors in Fnyeltevillc Friday. The Women's Council of t h e Christian Church i.icl »t Ihe church Thursday with Miss Betsy Campbell presiding. The Rev. and Mrs. J. fl. Stephens attended a Raptlsl workers conference 8l Dutch Mills Thursday. Mrs. Henry Carnaban cave « snrprlfe birthday party Wednes rtny in honor of Jane Carnahan, five, dauxhltr of Mr. and Mrs. James Carnahan, and Wayne Carnahan, liMir. r.on of Mr. and Mrs. llerborl Carnah»n. Mrs. Charles McNair, Mrs. Ken Marvin and Mrt. Donild F|rks will bf hostess to Ihe Fedtiated C'.luh «t t:SO p.m. Wertntiajiy i,t the home of Mrs. MuNalr. Gil McDomnld, recently votsd the American League's lop rwkle, was a star basketball pl«.v».r In high school In Sun Francisco. by i University of Wisconsin. is a s t u t t e r . Mr. and Mn. Marvin Brrka Mr. and Mr.-. M a r v i n Betks of Kayeltevllle announce lh« birth of a daujhler, January 12, at the City Hospital. At Maumee High School In Ohio, Dick K«?.maicr won 13 letters--four in 'football, four In . baseball, four in basketball and ! one In coif. Mrs. W i l l i a m Parker. The Rev. and Mrs. Bill proctor i of McKinncy. Texas, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Pycatl Sunday. Mr. Proctor preached in the Presbyterian Church al II o'clock Dr. anri Mrs. Foresl Russell o f i Allus. Okla., sre reluming loi their former home here J a n u a r y 1 15. He will open an office in L i n - j coin. Mr. and Mrs. Stirman Karnci., James C, I r w i n , Conrad Russell, Mr. and Mrs. D. I.. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. ,1. H. Pycalt attended a meeting of the O?.ark l.arfie Parish Council Tuesday night in the Presbyterian Student Center in Fnyeltevllle. Mr. and Mrs. John K i n g will move to Siloam Springs soon, l i e ' will cndaje in broiler raising I Mrs. Charltt Cittly McClrllan am, Mrh. Vol Rutherford entertained will) a pink and blut shower lor Mrs. F.tnwl Pennel Friday afternoon In lh« McClellan home. Mrs. Bob Vauihl, who underwent 4 major oper»lltn In the County Hospital In Ffyttltville, his return*! to *·' h»mt. Mr. inrt Mrt. .tre McAnllll and children were dinner pi'ettt of Mri. Vic K«nn»ity In Holtri Sunday. ^ In tin TIMM--II n;i Castellani's Manager Enters Fray After Referee Awards Boul To Durando On TKO New Ynrk-f/l'i-Stdle bo.viiiR bo'-s Roll niristcnbrrry \\-as prepared lo revoke manner Tomniy Nyan's lieensp tofltty anrl possilily levy a s t i f f f i n e him for his assault nn referee Ray Millei in a wild a f t e r m a t h t-i t h e Krnie Du- raiuln-flocky t'a.le!lani [iRlil in Madison Square Ciarden last night. The ra^inR innnaser stormed Inlo the i ins aiul I h i o w punche-. Hi M i l l e r seconds aller t'-e. lelrrce had stuppen me light at 2:04 of Ibc seventh round of a Id-rounder. A technical knockout v.'ns awnrd- fd lo Piirandn over Caslellftnl, Ryan's fiplilrr. C'ajlellanl had j u i l slafiijered I" liij («»t al n i n e a f t f r heinj ulipped with a t e r r i f i c rijht upperci.t when Mlll»r Intervened. "I slonped It becaus* Cislellanl would hivt b«»n hurt." Miller s»ld. "You know ho".- hard Du- rande can punch." The majority of rinj.Mdf wrilfr.i ·ftrfrd Ihal the referft hart acted winely. Ijtir.-uulo. a stnc!:y pov.-ci ful I punt her from BHyonnc, I, J., 15! one "f t h e h.-irdeM hiller!, In I h e ! middleweight ranks. C'hnslenbci ry susjiendefl r.'fnl on the spot, ordered Caslellnnl's purse rif :ome $T,(Kifi held up. and advised Ryan hy telegram tri ap- J pear at a JO:,",!! a.m. (KST) l.ear- infi at the'commission o f f i f e s to-! day. ] Asked If he planned lo I k e : away · Ryan's license. Chralcn- berry s a i d : ] Yes. I'll do ew-rvlhm/; In my i power to see t h a t rr re^icU ere- alms uch a di.'orderly scene. "There is nolhniE r.vue r e v o l t - InK lo the public here and .in television lo see an honeM o f f i c i a l nt- lackfrl u'hi'ff rloiiiK hii n i t t y /ind | protcrtlnc fi boxer who miHhl otherwise be seriously or f f t t a l l y Injured." Before (|nillin« the f i n r d e n , (he fumlni; m a n h j j f r threw sfme more punches .-thin time at m A l c h m a k f r Al WMII. M i i K h R r n d l r y , of Ihe New York Journal-American and other a f t - ernoon bo:iiiiK writer.-; were present In ('aslellani's d"es.*!nf( room when Weil! enlered. Bradley said [Ivan kl.-krd and punched the middle-aged beipec- lacled maichmaker, knocked his flas?(:« off mid cut his /nee. Weill declined to name his assailant mid said he would nol press any charge*. Hyan, when Informed Ihiil till license had ht'en suspcndctl, dc- clarel heatedly: "My license? 'When I nee Chrlu- enberry In the morning, I'll lilt him In Ihr m n u l h w l l h 'I. That's what I t h i n k of the ciirrenl hox- ln( itetup. I'm speaking loud to everyone ran hear me." Me complained bitterly t h a i the rln«i,Mf mlerophon» didn't carry the counl Hud enou|h. Cltiellant said: "I didn'l heir (he counl mil I wa»n'i hurl. I a«kid the re/ere* lo plevp not «tnp the f i f h t , l . w a n Mirr.ri»eH when he did. 1 thought Ihe round wax over." Rain, Mud In Prospect For Pro-Bowl Game Second Annual Scrap Between All-Stars Rated Dead Even I./s AnReles-(J')-Th** itccotul annual Pro-Howl foot hull name oes on today with prospoctp that Ihf talfMitrd nil -friars of thp rival American and National Confer- nce teams, nf the NaUoiml will hnve at each other in ruin and mud. Thp kk-koff is slntrd p. in. CRT. The wr.iUirrmim predicted H downpour miri Ihr ni,iNn"»'im'nt :i doclino in tho milirinnted turnout Clnclnnatl-Wj-Collegt footbill fans hnd their 1A52 television diftl prescrlbetl for them today -- itil again be skimpy --· and ntxt they f i n d out whM sort of * rie-etnpha- si?.ed offering they're Koing to (et Howl games and spring 0r*cticc were the big items on th« tftnda ns the National ColleBiate Atfilttic A.ssocinllon moved into iti ilriil session. No. rlrastir nrlion Is anticipated on the.«.e points, although somebody miniit t h r o w tho tonventiop inlo a whirl hy bringini up th* bowl question from the floor. Hipht nuw Ihe only proposal before thp body is that . · yetr'i hludy be made of nil post-lea son contents with a specUl committ«» b r i n g i n g n report to the 1153 meet- Ing for action. A special cOmmitte* «f coll«|t presldcrUs is all r«*dy for junklftf bowl gamex right Rway, ilonf with other severe moves in He I0-poiaft de-emphasis program. ACE Will Llaten Bui Dr. John A. Hannik ~«t Michigan State, head of the nrett- for 3:30 .denti? committee, ha« Hid h« fteJi sure the American Council on Education will be agreeable to llstcn- Inn to what the NCAA ha« to lay. There are two proposals up «ei of 35,000 or M spectators in Memorial Coliseum, R;iin or p'.lnr. however, samo director Pnul Schlsr;lrr. rrprrsriit- infi Ihf sponsoring hos AMgrlr.s Nrwspnner Publinhnl-s Association, said the fl.'imn would gn fin. The contest w i l l h« televised over the Notional H ro;i den K tint; Company network, with Southern California blacked out, .starting at klckaff time. The Pro-Bowl man- ftgfniGnl received $65,000 for the radio-TV rights. The bailie wns RRiirrally re- gnrded an a dead evrn n f f n l r , with rival rjuarlerbjieks Rob \Vnterftcld of the NsttoimlB and Otto Graham of the Americans shouldering the major offensive burdctiR. Even if conditions nre poor, the two should st/i £e n .spectticultir PH string duel, nlmlnM-at nuch jjreut receivers njt Blitiy ''Crnfcylogs" Hlrrch, Gordon .Sol tail and Ijeun Hart of the Nationals tuul Dante Lnvelli, Fran Pol n foot nnd Pete Pino* of the Amcrlciin Krjunri. Offensively, conch Joe Ktydn-1 hnr's NMtnnnU wore accorded A slight edKo. Defensively, coach Paul Brown's Americans were Rivet) an »d- v iinta gc. One t h i n g Is rcrttdn, Both couches, In H repent duel from the I n n u p u r a l Pro-Bowl gums a year ago, hnve the pick of the finest players in their respective conferences, 31 players to each squad. Health Board Would End Restraining Order The Arkansas Slate Ronrd of Health, through Attorney General Ike Murry and Assistant Attorney CJenernl George K. Lusr, .Jr., today asked Washington County Chjtnvery CV»url to dissolve n restraining order issued last monlh which forbids the Ro;ird of Health from preventing Glenn'.'; Dairy from selling Grnde A m i l k . poring practice. One U to It. The other li to limit It to !» practice sessions over · 30-diy peroid. The prmldrnli want In abolijh It. The ?.0-ce5slon resolution li t)*, one that's opt to bo adopted. The general atmoiphere of tlw convention, which has been cloul- with resolutions from vitioU* quarters, began to clear yeiti with some significant action. The moat Important of tht developments wtj · move by tM coaches thcmielvw to get thUf · own house In order. Goaded about the slate of their attain, they joined In letting up a code":*} ethics and puttinf In machinery to make the code work. v They also came out for · r»- posal that there be a unlvtfiil standard of entrance requlremcntp and strict university enforcement of nil athletics policies. Follows Cloitlr ··This followed very cloiely th« lines already drawn by the eoltcn president nnd the NCAA. TM co«che« contended th«j« potltta were the heart of athletic abuus and, once cured, would lolv* I M of problems. These were other bit: development,! on the nejt-to-lait day «C the conventloti. The ennventlon adopted by · vote nf 138 to R the NCAA television committee 1 ! recommendf- tlon tor a controlled program hi 1952. This moan* limited nuns ber of games tor vltwen, thi t«a amount to be determined hy'A tpeclol committee. Football coaches net UP an «thlci committee tn police (heir own rnnk*. ThfR action came afteti3a aeries of charges last fall chirc- ing unnecessary roughness. Particularly In the Drake-Oklahoma A. lend M. and Prlriceton-Dajt.- mouth games. Frederick L. president at Purdue University, c r i t l c l l « d coaches for failure lo ellmln«l» present-day abuses and he uf support of the presidents' II program. He Milt, however, didn't think t!ie accrediting »|en- cic.i should impose penUlei but this job should be left lo thej NCAA. WATCH FOR ANNOUNOMMT M NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES LYLE BRYAN MOTOR 2M N*. Hack

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