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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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fayetleville High's Undefeated Streak Ends At Seven 'Dogs Bow To iillisj-fl, Borhes, Parker Fail To Score From Field Against Taller Team Fayettr-vlllc High School's par. tlelpatlon In lh« Springfield. Mo., "Tournftmenl of Champions," was * brief one. Thr Bulldogs couldn'l get everything going and lost to a taller LilUs Academy team of Kansst City. 1S-37. Thf loss ended FayHtevlllc's undefeated streak al seven games. Failure of Billy Parker and flay Barnes lo connect, from the field was the biggest .stumbling block in thf Bulldogs' effort to hurdle . their eighth straight opponent Parker, the team's second high icorer, shot in times without a basket and Dunn's,.thr third high ·rarer, shot seven times without * basket. Also posing a problem for Fay- rllcvillc was Mills' fi-S renter Thompon, who netted 111 points for tcorinn honors, Thompson ncoritd nine points In the socoiAl quarter and was the key to thc Llll* attack which found Us fasl- hwi,|i tactics unable to go against · the Dog defense. Tl c Bulldogs experienced two one- wint leads., the second one com hn In Ihc'^third quarter nt 3130.' At that no'"' Faycttcvlllc ob- Uin$d possession of the ball throe time*' before .Llllio scored but . wort unable to.work tho ball long cncnjgh for a shot al the basket. Theie rnlnlakes were the- turning polnl of the game. Tile third quarter ended with Lltllli abend 35-32. Jnj thc final eight mlnule.i the Bulldogs began tn fnll iiparl dc- femlvcly and In the closing minutes allowed thc Kansas City team to score MX easy points. HUSK McConncll, with in iwhtts, wesitlie spearhead of the Fayetteville. attack which made a game of It frrr three quarters. Bass Trum- IHV iji'rto had the chore of guarding thr tall Thompson, scored 1Z points before fouling out In the IMt fceriod. Prom the free throw line thc Bulldogs mndc 17 of 50 good, Thf Bulldogs resume action Tuesday, al Moot Gym, against Si-' loam Springs. Tlje box score: SOPHOMORE STAR TERRY SAWCHUK, DETROIT W/NOG WOtl /fl /95 1 M'P /$ MSLL ON HIS WAV 'TO BRASSING OALIE r/t/s - /fJ SHOULD BSAT 1G SCOFtEP 7 "\ "" fCHEDUL?. '"^ "NOT TIRED OF BASKETBALL" Hester Says University Didn't Tell True Story Of Why He Quit Shrcvcpiirt, La.-t/l'j-Bllly Tiwr r«Trttevllle Crudllp, f '. MeConnell, f Trumbo, e ... Barnes, g --. Parker, g ... Pearson, t .-. Head, t TOTALS Mill* Scanlon, f Bridrl, f . Thompson, Silotir, I Dcrrlan. f Srfibcr, f Ayalt. f WcLowrcy. TOTAI.S FO f'T PK IT I. 2 4 4 ,1 ' · 4 (l 0 , n n ..in I" 2 n n n Hester, Ihc 7-foot basketball player, is quoted as saying the true story of why he .quit thc University .of Arkansas wasn't tolrl by i University officials.' .lack Klshcr, sporls cdilor nf Ihc Shrevcport 'Times, said Hester lold him In an interview: "I never told anybody Unit I was tired of baskelball, biRllmc or am- other kind. 1 did say, and 1 stlil say, t,hat I was tired of basketball at Arkansas. I can'l IcII \viiai my main reasoiis were because omc nf thcnvwcre personal. U wa.s just (hat basketball at Arkansas was never what I expected it to be." n plow up al 1 like to run," I'Citor will bocomr rliaiblc for haskflbHll .il Ontciini'y nrxt season. Arkjinsas rnncll Prr.slry ha.i ylnlrcl concrrnrcl Ilial n.s far Ihc c;i:ic is i- Askew hr ir, Kentucky Regains Cage Scoring Lead Cold Night On Hardwood For Virginia Team nichmnnd, Va.-f/TVThr Maggie Wfilkrr high-school girls' basketball learn trlrrl its darndcst to make a basket In a game hpre last night. Thr ball caromed off the back- hoHrrl, it did rlipsy-floos around Ihr crltfr »f the ring. Often it look- ftl as if, for a rertainty, il would tfn through the nets. Hut ii didn't -- nary a lime. Carver high, of Chester, won the game by a shutout, 14-0. Louis Set To Tee Off In San Diego Tourney San Die;io-(/P)-Thc San. Diego Tournament cut,-: under way today for what nit'i or may not be a precedent setting event. Included in the field of 132 players is Joe Louis, former heavyweight boxing champion, - who awaited tec off time as the first Negro ever to compete in a lourn- mcnt co-staged by the Professional Golfers Association of America. LouU' followers hailed his entry as "tlie first step" in a long fixht by Negroes tn compete in PGA tournaments. They likened it to the t'afif! of Jackie Robinson as the first N'cgro to crash into organized baseball. PGA I resident Morton Smith ftCT'hed Louis' participation as more aulnmaijr in thai he was invited lo compete by the co-sponsors. a group of San Diego auto- ninbilp Chevrolet dealers who are j financing the tournament. Louis . was one nf 111 players invited, and | exempt from qualifying, by the dealers' group. Most of the nation's big name · golfers am here, ready for the 72-holc context at thc'.par-72 San Diciio Country Club. Overshadowing them, at least for today's opening, was Louis And the racial angle. Prc-tournaniont picks to win the ·. $10,000 event nmge from money- ] player Lloyd Mangrum to amateur Frank Stranahan, a late entry. Giber tlireats include Tommy Bolt nf North Carolina, winner of the j rich Los Angeles Ope i earner this month; runner-up Jack Burke, Jr.; .Jimmy Dcmarcl, who captured Hing Crosby's colorful affair Sunday, and other.'. Fayetteville Boys Club Wins District Golden Gloves Team Trophy College Draft On Agenda For NFL Meeting Convention Votes Down Proposal To Kill Extra Points New York-Wl-Tbft National Football League, having all but officially rejected Coivuni.'Sioiirr Rcrt Bell's proposals for elimination of the point afipr toilcbdou-n and for a sudden rleath playoff of tin games, swung intn thc first order of business today--the annual college draft. Thc convention opened with a special bonus choice in which only seven of the 12 teams were eligible. They included thc Pittsburph Steclcrs, Cleveland Browns. Chi- caso Cardinals, Los Angeles Earns. New York Yanks. San Francisco 49ers and Green Bay Packers. Thc others were not eligible because they had received bonus picks in previous j-cars. A Pittsburgh spokesman disclosed thc Steclcrs would select Babe Parilli, Kentucky's crea!. quarterback, as their bonus choice ·should they be lucky enough to win thc draw. Others rated as possible bonus picks included backs Bill Waric. aVndcrbilt; Ed Mod/.c- Icwski, Maryland; Vic .lanowic?., Ohio State; .lohnny Karras, III- SPORTS |Q NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayeiieviile, ArKan?as, Thursday, January 17, 1952 nls; OMJo Mat:-nn, S;m Franris- ; co; and linemen Bob W;irrl, Maryland; and Jim Weathcrall. Okla- homn. Apnrl frmn thr bonu:-, Ihc V.'inks ; «ct first pii'k a:; the tc^m with the woyt |;LT(TiH;i£i: l;ist FCH;,UM. j EfU'h team is nllmvcrl lo select up lo 3D college seniors. After the drafl, which was ex- prctcd tfi luFt far inln ihr niphlj come !hr husinrss sessions, in ml- flilinns !o wrangling over tho rules, the club owners were prepared to listen to llie complaints of Ted Collins, nwncr nf ihc Yanks. Collins, who luis scltled alt his obligations to remain in .yood standinc in the Icnfiuc, was expected to demand more lucrative home date? than he had last year. Collins, through his attorney, revealed he had rejected a bid by an -unidentified Dallas man to buy I he Yanks and transfer it to Texas. In the only order of business ·| last nighl, [lie rules recommendation committee voted 7 lo o in ffivnr nf eliminating Ihc extra poinl and making each touchdown muni seven points. A 10-2 vote, however, is necessary for passage. The body also voted f) lo 3 for .sudden death of lie games and II | to I in favor of numbering play- j crs uniformly according to position?, except for such nationally established stars like Bob Water- I field. Sammy Baugh, Otto Graham [ and other?. j Commissioner Bell said the pros posed rule changes would be ('brought un at Friday's business ! meeting. DIJ!. he added: "In my mind, only the change in uniform 'number? will be passed." i Fights Last Night (Hy The Associated Press) Chicago--Luther Kawliiias, 14.'J, Chicago, tloppcd Enritjuc Bolanos, The Fayetleville Boys Club, w i t h winners in seven of nine matches. ! look home the District Golden I Gloves FVixing team Irophy last j nisht. The finals in the distriet eliminations were held at Huntsville l?st night. The Elate Golden Gloves tournament is slated /or Fort Smith thi5 week. Winners for thr» Kayetteville team included: Bill HoEkiiiE, 80 pound.-; .Inhnny iMahan, DO pounds; Jimmy Mahan, P.T jiDunris; Jim Brown, 126 pounds; Phillip Rc=i- nclli. Ifitl-nound clasp, who do\\ nod Eclsrll Nix of ihp Universtiy; Bill Mefai'land. liaht heavyweight, who beat Murray Klton, of the University: and Hed Warren, heavyweight, wiio tripped up Sa'iimy Dumas, of the University. Runner-ups in their clats ior I-'aycttpville were David Demuth, 13.") pounds, and Ed Rilcy, 147 pounds. | Members of the Boys Club team i who are expected In enter the j Gloves event at Fort Smith in the I open division include Ellis PoisaiJ. 1 1 2 pound?. Ken Brooks. 1 26 , pound?. Bob Mahan, 118 pouiT-',-:. ] Jimmy Jell, 1 17 pound?. Jim [SlraUon. 147 pounds, Bill Winters. H7 pounds. Enrl Kaiser. 175 pounds, and possibly RegineUi and Warren, Basketball Scores (By Thf. Associated TrrsM | Pennsylvania 66 Columbia G4 i Fordham 72 Princeton 66 j Carncpic Tech 65 Pitt 56 Army 62 Lchigh 51 Rhode Island ] 12 New Hampshire 86 * I IV 5 , Los Angeles, 5. I Miami Beach, I''U. -- Tommy Baxxano. HI). Micldlclov/n Conn., j outpointed Al Hersh, 157, Now j outpo iVork, JO. Liilen to the NEWS, each weekday, at 7:30 AM, over station KGRH OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. Ynrk-MVAftor t w o weeks |n !;r| . ()nf| ^ 1 CIlllK . ky aK . liM When Hester, now enrolled at j (,,,,!; ,, vc ,. ,. 1S thc nal ion's - No. 1 ,.,,!],,,.,, bnskclball Centenary here, dropped out at Ar- O ff c[ ..(.j vr kansas early this month. Arkansas | (( ,. |m " , (lr |. 1Vi i ., m ,,. l ij l ,.. tl , stllli ,.. ,., Coavh I'rcklcy Askew said Ihc big I lk , s ,, f ,,,',, N ,,,,,,,,.,, Cn || P1!Jatc j u j b o y had an "Intense di.-:hkc '''''{ Athletic B 1 IQ!.school, had lost his enthusiasm foi I \y\i\i pj Australia's Coninioinvcalth Con- slltutinn was largely modelled on thc : Constitution nf the United States. An outstanding flavor--Jungc's Roman'Meal Bread. ll-19-lf |mi|1|s nK .,| llsl X l l vier basketball and just wanted to re- nf d,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, , 1K ,,| ns( F | 01 .j. (urn In 'his Louisiana farm life. ,,., |hn wi | d( .,,| s shnn , nn ilv ,,.., BC Fisher continued lo inmlc He.-- i n f in. .'I points per cinne in con- ten . i tests thrmiRli lasl Saturrisy. West "1 don't know how anybody Kot thc idea that I was fed up with school. I wanted' an education when I left high school and I still v.'ant one. I'm glad I can pel one closer to home . . . "I know I'm gonna like It here like Coach They play at Centenary Delnncy's basketball. distant .second with n mink nf 7fl.R. In tiNim tlrfciihT. Oklahoma A. nnrl M. heads Ihc list for the second straight week. haviiiR allowed Ihe rnemy an avrrapp of 44.2 points ]ier qame. Oklahoma City Unlvcrsily is second with 4R.7 and Mm-vland third wll.h 47.fl. Thursday thru Monday "Stirling Deluxe" SEAT COVERS Extra-Brewed to be %rfree! dtvdoptd cosily rxtn tit ft to elim- Inalf unfcrmcnted siigir. There'j na lu'telntsi (o hide true b«f flavor. \* ternoj. There'j no unple»«nt ulier t«!te-juit true b««f tefrohment! btewinf din n»k« St«» to ip«r- klinf cleir, 10 tnellow ind lijhi-to Mtiifyin«,«! iruIy«V)' bttr mull be. MMI folk) «|rcc iblt Stt| lull i betlntbmnyolhtt 4*»r, Why don'i you enjoy jti cin'l- ' uaooth dry d.rof, too? Wednesday's Brief Sports I By Th« Aiiociltxl ft'H \ Footbull ! N c \v Y n r k-- National Football League rule. 1 ; committee rejected Commissioner Bert Bell's proposals H"t extra point be eliminated and a Hidden death nciiod | be plavcil m eliminate the games. : Philadelphia -- Assistant Coach ] Wayne Millner named head coach] 1 of the Philadelphia Eagles of the' National Football League. White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. -NCAA rules committee called upon coaches and officials to teach ! and enforce the spirit as well as i letter of the regulations. ! Baseball Birmingham. Ala.-- Willie Mays, New York Giants' star center- fielder, was accepted for the armed forces. Washington -- Salary Stabilization Board ruled baseball club may pay salaries totalling the amount paid In anv single year from 1946 lo I (ISO, plus 10 per cent or pay; its players, in any proportion if wants, "the total amount paid in IDS I. St. Louis -- Ned Carver. 20- £ame winner with last place St. Louis Browns, signed 1932 contract believed to call for more' than $23,000. Skiing Bad Gaslcin, Austria -- Dave Lawrence, Rutland, Vl., named to United States Olympic team to replace the injured George MaCom- hcr of West Newton, Mass. R AC ing Miami, Kla.-- Lot-A-Rross M.SO stepped five and one-half furlongs in 10:04 1-5 to win S5.000 Trnnical Handicap as Tropical Park closed a meeting in which all attendance and betting -records were shattered. New Orleans-- Balsa $33.00 won the six-furlong feature at the Fair (! rounds. Arcardia. Calif. -- Santa Anita called off raring programs because of heavy rain?:. The Bill of nights of the U. .5. 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