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Bulldogs Seek Seventh Win In Row In Van Buren Tilt The Fayeltcville Bulldogs meet* the always dangerous Van Bureti Pointers it Van Buren lonijcht. It ] · will be the Bulldogs' seventh g ^ n i t ' of the season and their third state opponent. The game tonight was origin?)* ly-scheduled for Friday of this week but was rescheduled to allow the Fayetteville team lo compete in the annual Springfield, Mo., "Tournament of Champions," the last.of this week. ' Van Buren is weaker this year than in several season.-', but has . shown remarkable imjjin'enicnt since the current campaign opened. With experienced players In Able;:, Young, Parks and Breeden the Pointers have shown signs of developing into a scriou- contender for dtelrlct honors. F.ayettevilln will be trying to protect an unbeaten record this reason. The 'Dogs ahvays look for: ward to the game with Van Buren as the two schools have one of the most healed rivalries in this vection. Hay Barnes, who missed most of the Fort Smith game and was slightly under par for the Alma . .tilt with a bad cold, is reported ' back in lop shape for the Pointer . contest. The rest nf the players are in good condition. A preliminary came w i l l match Bulldogs To Play Lillis In First Round At Springfield The u n n u a l Springfield. Mo.,' "Tournament of Champions" fr\s under way tonight and will windup Saturday wi'th the final game slated for 9 p. m. The FayttteviHe Bulldogs open play Wednesday. There are 16 teams entered representing the finest teams in Missouri. Opening game of the tournament pits Wheaton against Marshfield, at 7:30. Lockwood plays Camdenton, at 8:30. and at C:SO Springfield High School plays Reed Springs. On Tuesday Stoutland meets Clever at 7:30, Buffalo tangles with Stella, at 8:30, and Bolllva- plays Alton, at 9:30. Wednesday night at 7:30 Fayetteville plays Lillis Academy, a Catholic school from Kansas City, Mo. Halfway meets Lebanon at 8:30. The winner of the Fayctte- villc-Lillis game play again on Thursday at 9:30. In the event the Bulldogs win their first two games they play again on Friday, at 9 p. m. The final game is slated the junior high teams of the two I for 9 p. m, Saturday, schools. 1 LfJlis, of Kansas City, Mo., is Fr.yetteville is scheduler! to enter j coached by Tom Clcnnon. 3 high the Springfield tournament i · , rcoring fast break outfit that has Wednesday. Tournament To III i hit as high as 91 points a game this season. AP Roundup Of Weekend Sports Team For NAIB L i t t l e Rock-i/Pi-Arkansas will choo.se its representative to the annual tournament of the National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball in a state tourney March Sitr of tlio state competition has not been selected, District 17 NA1D committee member Jim Shultz of" sels won European heavyweight By Tht New York-- Wilneswes at State Athletic Commission hearing testified rijrht manager Tommy Ryan assaulted referee Ray Miller Rnd m a t c h m a k e r Al Wcill Friday night after Rocky Castellani, menaced by Ryan, was stopped hy Ernie Durando. Rrussels-KarH Sys of Brus- OiiRchita College said yesterday. ShulU, a t h l e t i c director o f OuachJta College, said several sites nrc in tlir r u n n i n g , including Pino Bluff, Faycttcvillc. Harrison, Conway, Jonesboro, Newport, Shcri- dan, Arkadelphia and Little Rock. Only the four top teams in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference -- with the exception of Henderson and Little Rock Junior College -- will be eligible for the elim- Football Rules Group Meets To Study Changes White Sulphur Springs. W. Va.- i (/PH'There seems to be continued ! questions concerning the relative i | SartirtDrBi JMROU»«» * SPORTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES. Kovtrttvillo, Arkamoi. Monday, January 14, 1952 Hogs Meet Baylor; Lost To Texas, 62-51 Tht A r k t m a s Rixorbacks, itill · .searchinK for a combination t h n i ! i will jive thnn thtir first South- [ '\vesl Conferencf victory ot Iht I own Falls To Get "Charge" ?r;\aiSv^o. l Vh. n ,^: Out Of Losing Pro-Bowl Game crs lost tu Tt««, 82-51, «l Austin / O . championship, outpointing Hein Ten l l o f f of Germany. Foothill H a m i l t o n , N. Y.-l/Pl-Paul Dix-| l.cr rcsisned as head football coach; at Colgate. Los Anceles--National Conference defeated American conference. 30-13, in National Football League All-Star ?ainc. Albany. N. Y.--Ciarkson became the y\\\\ college to drop football merits of 1h platoon system vrr- sus restricted substitution," said a recent questionnaire to college football coaches. The rules committee of the N C A A s t a r t s wrestling today with · n answer to the question for 1952. The substitution rule and other proposed chances will be debated today and tomorrow and acted upon f i n a l l y Wednesday. Coaches replying to the questionnaire sent out by their mvn rules commiltce voted overwhelmingly. 357 to 10«, to keep the present system of unlimited substitution every time the ball changes sides. The roaches favoring restrictions were asked to pick one of five proposed methods, which IR indicative of the number which mi?ht be tossed at the rules committee here. The coaches aaainst the hvo- platoon system like best an idea to l i m i t the number of substitutes at any one time to three and to e l i m i n a t e the automatic time out when the hall changes hands. The roaches voted 247 to 218 to m a k e the penalty for singeing h a l f the distance to the offender's poal and disqualification of the g u i l t y party. The coaches also were In favor of making the penalty for intentionally grounding a pass 15 yards from where the ball was put in play instead of 5 yards from the spot where It happened. S a t u r d a y . Tin Arkansas team tried man- f u l l y tu make ii name out of It at Austin. koephiR the score f a i r l y clo.ie throughout the f i r s t h a l f ;md slaginii two rallies, in M'» !»«' '»'o : quarters. But the last two scoring surges by the i t . . . · ;o only spur the Texaiu on. tor j 1 on each occasion the Slcer q u i n - j I lei caught fire to go ahead by a ; | wide m a r c i n . II was the f i r s l 1 Texas w i n over Arkansas on the i Austin court since JB47. ! Early In the third q u a r t e r Ari knnsns went to work and ernscil » 127-22 h a l f t i m e deficit, S"'nn into | the lead at :i4-3:i. it was the only : lime d u r i n g the game Hint Tcvm H a i l e d . The Steers promptly went lo w i n k ami in three m i n u t e s built a -}4-:l5 lead. In the f o u r t h period the Hogs rallied to pull within two points of the lead, at 49-47. Hut again Ihc Longhorns had t h e _ p u n c h lo regain command as they forged hack into a safe lead t h a t was slill growing when the game ended. Tom Dowie.-:, the rugged senior forv.-nrrt for the Steers, and Billy , p.iird the winners w i t h 16 points ieach. Walter Kcarns, who was the spark on the Hug scoring splurges, was hifjh for Arkansas v llh IS. The box score: Arkantaa KG KT PF TP Texas Aggies Try To Catch TCU This Week Frogs Lead Loop With Four Wins, ; Cadets Have Two ! f i g h t s for n f i r s t place t i n i" t'-'.' . Southwest C'onfn cnr" b;rk"tli!lll race this wi'-k as l e a d i n g Texas ; C h r i s t i a n lake: t i m e out. : The Asdics h.-ittle Southern Methodist at UMl.v- t o n t y t ..nd Bavlor at Cc,llof;e Station Krid;.v j · l.i.-. Anseles-Wi-Paul B r o u n ol I Cl':\ rl.iiKl, |;rt football's pokf?i | I/:cc I r.crJccUnjiist, a p p a r e n t l y h . j 1 ii-ct hir. in.Trti in a beily-lauplin:;! ! K':i.!it iKirr.cd Jon Slydahar. U o t l l . nc.vt scaron, iiiiytvjv. I KlrM it was the S t y A H h a r- · rn::'-hfl I ,r- Angle's Rams v/iil : iic.-.t H i o w n ' s Cic 1 .plnnder!) (or · \iv N a t i o n a l Football Lejye 1 i hiimiHonship. l/iii Saturday i t I was Ktydihar's National Conft-- i ptici! All-St,-:ni who t r o u n c t d | Hro.vn'.! Americans 30-13 in the Pro Howl jarne. It was the fir.rt time Brown has ever :;.ifrcir."i t-,-o defeats ir -| mw and it po:.ed a new and ptiz- /llr,;: I ' l t u a t i r m for a man who has t a ^ t r ' t if";- .'-.ctba''!-:.*-, ir.drfd. In . ix h i y h i y .'urccr.;.f'.:i yean of coaching. V/ii-i Brown h i t t e r ? Hi was. Lambert, f . 2 ICIkins. f . - - - ' Smith, K ' Lewis, K -- -- ' Adams, f -- ---2 Shaw, c 2 SaKcly, ( 2 Totals 17 Texan Dowies, f S Klein, f --" 'rice, c -- 1 SURE SHOT--Judy Fcher, 12-year-old M i l w a u k e e miss, displays the first deer she ever shot, bagged while h u n t i n g in Florence County, Wis., with her father.'who fired first and missed. The l i t t l e lady brought the animal down with her third shot, complained later of a sore arm from the rifle's shock. ( N B A ) i lation tournament. Neither Henderson nor LRJC is a member o f j i n . t | l c las t lwo j. ears . Gulf Hogan Appointed Palm Springs Pro Palm Springs, CalU.-(fl')-Ap- - ..." ..- pointment of Ben HoRan as Rolf t r ii. i i n i r «,,! h. G " lf professional at the new Tamarisk W Vr tr^^?o" thm the f Ui " Pcbble Bcllch - Calif.-Jimmy| Coun , ry duh here was announced rankV^in^ill b"en' f as D«n.«t won abbreviated Bin,-L rt ,,i R M by cluh president M. O. the fourth competitor. In the event Crosby National pro-amateur | Anderson. NCAA Agrees To Study Bowls, Votes To Limit Off-Season Grid, Cage Practice Cincinnati-(/P)-Thc nation's .'il- 'closed .Saturday, followed the lefirs moved i n t o the cleanup phfisn j scripl all Ihc way. There was no of I heir controversial athlolir p i n - I d r n s f i c action, l l l l l e fireworks and j ScalhiR, f! --'-. Kord, . ' ( . - - - Vlramonte;:, K Powell, c Morgan, f -Black, K Harris, « Totals 23 Arkansas I I " Texas -M 13 prams today, wielding a whiskbroom instead of a pirk-axc. Oul of the m;icl.-trom of rc«olu- a Rcn?ral a t t i t u d e of, "Well, let's study this t h i n g out fir.-t." The presidents were rebuffed lions, counter-resolutions and acn- inn f.vn inn.in issmv in the Hi-point domic double-talk m a r k i n g t h e ' dcetnp'iasis program they have 4 6 t h National Collegiate Athletic j rtTomtncmlcH to the. American A.s.so'-i.'tlion convention !nsl wed; these facts emerged crystal-clear; Council on K r l i i c a l i n n . They were bowl Ramos and sprint; praclicc. iilKlit. I( A. and M. w i n s IN tiv.i 'j.nrcs it w i l l ho iliM.I|m-l«'d w i l ' i Texas C h r i s t i a n for HIP K-ul Tf" lias won r - i u r M i a i ' i h t . A. :··"' "!. tw" The Chris: Inns whin-i-d R i f - ami Baylor lart v-ivl. "·'"· I r e Aniilos ! m ,;i| nil- Niiliiril.s erupted '.'ith were also lickinj; R i i ' n i l h i c e touchdoM ns in' the f o u r t h . w e e k br'fiup l:i::t. tninbU"! S i r t h - ! i-ork of CJtiartfrback Hob W..'.-r- 5 | orn Mcth'idlsl ai«l A r k i u i ' - i s la:-l | f i e l d . 15 I week nml hol'ls down t h i r d place: Styi!:ihnr. more j o v i a l t h a n eve". \Vith r;u'n w a t r r t r i c k l i n g from hi.i hat. he --tood alrme for a mo- nif nt In t::f I/r; Arif.f'es Uolisriim ·r.iuf and (irmrlv ontonipUter' his !o S l y i i a r a i ' s h r n r h : ·'Cfinp,r;'.l'.ilat!;,--x," Hro-.vtt rr- n ' / i i ' : r t r t . "You WITC g o o d . We 'Inn!: n u t t':c jolnl " i '-.-it v.-ar-n't If o C--SP at all. for t ·.·.,-!.. n HUT r; une all lh« way 62 16-81 18--82 Louis Banned From Tourney, Calls Rule "Un-American" Snn Diego, C«llf.-(/P)-An nnnry w i t h a 2-1 record. TCU rests this week with nun of the best season marks in the nation. The Frons hav" "'TIM M and lost our, urnrlilf! W point 1 ' w i t h t h e i r fasl-bri'tik a n d slraisbt-laiie tactics. Thi-y hud a l i t t l e trouble with Hrrwo::'m Illce last week ami ficorc" McLc-iid, the big Frog center, 'vns hel-l to a burr seven pnlnl.i hy I 1 '" h r i s l l l n c OV/IB. hill TCU as li'-u.-i'. I'-ul it in t h e §tretrh nnd won '',^-.10. While A. iiiul M. ;i"d S M I ! ,·:.,.:,', In D a l l n s iDiil.^'il. A i k i i D h - a s am! Haylor w i l l be ROttiliK lo[;i'ttiur at Waco. Tomorrow night 'Vff and T'-xa- clash si Houston. Saturday nlclit Arkansas nnd lilco l.'incli-' at Kay- ctlcvllle. Mcl.end is far In f r o n t In the scoring race. The 'l::.v; f'hr|i.-'n center has looped in 27U points. Second Is Ralph Johnson nt Baylor with 185. l u t l i i h i i M his t r i u m p h to tht gift rtf l.iuKhtnr and sense that the ! w i i r l d i:; mad. "The happiest tea-t · witn." s^iid lau"hint{ Ijoy. "Our n l i y c r s acted as If they enjoyed lit."' i Tn hrnr Slydahar tell It. the Ni tiniial:! derived considerable hu- n.or from the spectacle of Ihem- i solves wiiilovvin^ JM ihr mi'ti '' r i a measly (inn Inirk.-. That'» w h a t ; each playn on the winning «';,uad ' rT*-ri\'cr'. ' "I'ninkly." Coach Brown eon- I 'cf:.cd. "I don't have much to -y. '. I d i d n ' t jv.'t much of a charge out »flver!liif In tne TIMr»--M MTt. Joe I/nils at war with the Professional Golfers Association today over Its band on him and other Ncerocs Irom tournament play. The lonj!-stanflin« 1'GA rule fell on I/juis when he arrived here thin week's S»n Dl- Saddler To Give Aran]o Stiff eat Test Of Career Miami, Fla.--Charlie Burr. lead- re5 j c ients of Palm Springs, include i ing jockey in 1951, booted Am- com edian Jack Benny, phiblcn ($8.601 to victory in $7,.100 Henr.v L. Straus Handicap at | Tropical Park. I New Orleans -- Sunlan Gal I ($10.10) won the mile and one- Boston-(.1')-Kcatherweiglit Cham-, sixteenth Old Hickory Handicap pion Sandy Saddler of New York j at the Fair Grounds. ,. . _ . ,,,, w m i H u d l i n will Bivc 20-year-old Georaie Arrartia. Calif.-Lion S 6 f U f l ) l 1jl | lc r? , H nit him- ace' Ai-aujtrof Providence, n. I., the! heat nut the favored Moonrush i n ! « ne - l ' ml Cleveland pikhma ace sternest test of his career tonicht .,, c S25 ,,,,,, artded Snn(B catalina has bccn namcd to mana « e tne in a non-title ten-roundei at Bos-; ,,, M i;^_ ,,,'j T«,,.I, i c n n n i ! Little Rock Travelers of ton Garden. Should A r a u j o get past the hard Hudlin Named Manager Of Travelers For '52 Touch ($0 80) c oc ; " ,L ^Snooi AA Southern Association Jp. 1852. Next Move in the $20,000 It will be Hudlin's fourth 'non- punching and ringwise New Y o r k - j Santa Maria Handicap at Santa i consecutive scason ,'., p n 0 t of the cr, he'd be In the front ranks f o r : A" 1 '"- I p ORB . He succeeds Gene Desautcls. a shot.' at lightweight champion' Track Jimmy Carter. Washngton-- Don Laz vaulted Araujo lias won 38 of his 3!) lfi-3 to hand the Rev. Bob Rich-! fights--the last 25 in a row--and boasts 26 knockouts. He whipped classy Del Flanagan of St. Paul, Harry 1.a S?nc and Charley Hilcy. the St. Louis veteran, in his last three outings ards his first defeat in 51 incets.j who led Little Rock to a Southern pennant last year in his only sea. then stepped down from son hero. New Star games. York---Fred ^ " , t o S erve-as - P - t i m e pitcher m Wilt, New Araujo. at about 1M. will have a · Vork A. C., was timed in 4:14.6 AAU considerable pull in the weights I ' " winning Metropolitan over Saddler, who's expected to i mile over flat track, scale about 127. j General · C i n c i n n a t i -- N a t i o n a l Collegiate Roman Meal Broad. 11-1.1-tf: A t h l e t i c Association rejected An outstanding flavor--Junge';: i legislation which would have out- 1943 and 1944. He returned pilot in 1945-46. The Travelers finished last both seasons. found one solid starlinn point for VCAA re.-olution which was the cleanup program. That I.-', a : adopted, colleKc.s were told they n a t i o n a l standard of e n t r a n c e r e - ' y h n u l d not m a k e bowl commit- quircmcnts and strict university ' mcnls a f t e r J a n u a r y '}., 1953. That conlrol nf f i l l a t h l e t i c policies. leaves .lanuarv 1 onen. 3. The N C A A tmcrprrt from Ihc On n u l _ 0 r-sPHsnn practirr. lh* crises stronger than ever before, 1 ,| c i cg Mes heal rlnwn a proposal to stre.ngllie.ne.rl hy the support of I h;m it ;inc , i n s l c a f ] ;idoptpc! an the clirfsldcnl Soulhrrn bloc which | .. m c n d M i e n t ] i m i l j n g sprin/ , root . year a£f perpcfratcd the. rie;tUi , h n l ] dl . ilh: to 20 KCSsions ovcr a of Ihc sanity cnrle. The South n n d , ^f,.^. pc| . jnd a n d b n s k c t b a ll to S o i t l h w c s t b a c h e r l l h n N C A A f i o l M - | 2 0 KC5Kions - in 04 davr ,. ly in its r e f u - a l tn he spurred I n t o * ". drastic action hy the president's committee. ·1. The stronp move of the pre^i- , dent's body lo erase abuses through a yweepinfi e l i m i n a t i o n nf bowl gyiiK-s, out-of-sea?on prnrlices nnd athletic scholarships scared t h e various a t h l e t i c bodies out of their complacency. The a n n u a l convention, whk-h slonfils. The usually milfl - sprakhiR Louis drnounccH the rule a* un- American, Two Games On Opening Cird Al West Fork The a n n u a l West Fork I n v i t a - tional basketball tournament Is scheduled to open tonight with two Kam« on tap. All flames In the week-long; a f f a i r will be played in the evening. There arc 11 boys teams and leven girls teams entered. Games on tonight's card are: Jan. M-BulldoiSi vs. Van Buren, WcRt '°, rnk « lrls v «- Lincotn nt Van Bilron. «'rl«. at 7:30. Jan. H--Pnrkrrs vt. Baylor, at Prairie Grove boys vs. Lincoln V/aco. ' boys, at 9 o'clock. January Sports Card Added Attraction lawcd spring football practice and out-of-scason basketball drills. NCAA restricted such prac-1 tices lo 20 sessions in each sport. ' ~' ' ~ · ' u - 1 Octroi! Llon» In the NFL Is the owner of his home town of .Soullibriduc, Mass. PLUMBING FOR BOTER HOMES start ot C and D Plumbing (i. 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