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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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NOtlHWttT AlKANfAl WMI, NyrttwHta. AftoM* Ttmn*«y. January 17,1111 --II Holdout Headaches Believed In Store For Yanks, Dodgers And Giants; Few Signed New York -MV An Associated*- I'ress lurvey of the 16 bid leasuej teams indicates the Yankees, Giant! and Dodgers will probably have some holdout headaches. The Yankee* have announced the signing only of pitcher Ed Lopat and utility firja) baseman Johnny Mizc. The Giants have only two regulars officially within the fold, outfielder* Monte Irvin and Don Mueller. Brooklyn has obtained the signatures only of its highest North Texas State To Avoid Calcutta Pool Tournaments D e n t o n, Texas-WI-Ciimbling isn't going to be flouted before his golfers if he can help it, says Fred Cobb,. coach of the National Collegiate Champions of North Texas State. This year he says he vron't per- panella, catcher, plus outfielder .C»rl Furiilo. The Dodgers reportedly are asking several regulars, including Andy Pafko, to take pay cuts. .Bnnki Balks Ralph Branca has rejected an offer calling for the same salary he earned last year. Shortstop Phil Rizzuto and catcher Yogi Berra of the Yanks have called upon General Manager Georye Weiss for "feeling out" talks. · The Giants have doubled Irvin's salary to $25,000 -but it seems virtually certain they will have a rassle with Sal Maslie, the for- I mil his boys to enter any tourna- · which Ihe players arc auctioned off. And North Texas State, champion three straight yeai-s in the N a J i o n a l Collegiate Athletic Association tournament and producer of the 1951 national amateur king ·--Billy Maxwell--is coming with another strong squad. Tho: be wanted in all the invitation tournaments. Cobb relates some incidents to illustrate the ill effects of the Calcutta pool. He says he once saw a man offer a prominent amateur up ·y'll golfer $500 r a pr to lo se a match. "The golfer threw the five one hundred dollar bills in a sand trap and strode on in disgust," Cobb says. "We mustn't have such things," 'mer Mexican League player who rang up 23 victories last season and placed second in the National I . . -_. ._ League in earned run averages. |\||0 | SHUTS TOT Cleveland's Larry Doby said yesterday he will not take a cut. Feller In Fold Pitcher Bob Lemon is expected to kick before accepting a cut proffered by the Indians. Bob Feller is in the fold at an csli- 'mated $55,000, and so are Third- Baseman Al Rosen and Outfielder Harry Simpson. The Cincinnati Reds have a potential holdout on their hands in Ted Kluszewski, slugging first- baseman. Pitcher . Ewell Blackwell, the club's highest paid performer at about $25,000, has signed, as has pitcher Ken Jiaffensberger. Two members of the Washington Senators, Gil Coan, outfielder, he declares--and that's why he doesn't intend to let his boys play in a tournament with the player- auclion Calcutta pool. He wafits tc remove the chances of a ecanda] in golf such as hit college basketball. This despite the fact that North Texas Stale is having all Boris oi trouble getting golf meets. Few of the colleges want to play the eagle linksmen. "It seems a little foolish in a way because all of them would have everything to gain and nothing to lose if they did play us but the Southwest Conference teams have shown no interest al all," Cobb said. Although Arkansas has playec the North Texans for a number oi years in golf, no matches are planned this spring. Athletic Director John Barnhill staled thai difficulty in arranging a schedule was the reason Nprth Texas wafa left off this year. "Our relation!, have been and are Ihe friendlies 1 possible wilh North Texas," Barn hill said. and Cass Michaels, second baseman, have sent their contracts back unsigned. Coan was believed to be asking a $3,000 hike over the $13,000 offered him. Michaels was reported refusing to take a cut on a $16,000 contract last sea- 'son. Irv Noren, crack young cen- terflclder, was in the fold at a reported $18,000. The Boston Red Sox look for a 'little trouble. Dom DiMageio has signed along with pitchers Maury McDermott and Ellis Kinder and first-baseman Walt Dropo. Tlgera Sim Six Detroit already has signed six, Including pitchers Art Houtteman and Virgil Trucks. , Neither Chicago club has reported any rejections so far. The White Sox have signed their sensational sophomore outfielder, Minnie Minoso, pitcher Billy -Pierce and Chico Carrasquel. Pittsburgh PVesident Branch Hickey anticipates no d i f f i c u i t j signing his big man, Ralph Kiner, ·Pete Castiglione, an infielder, ·igned yesterday. The St. Louis Cards, Philadelphia Phils and Boston Braves of the National League and the St. Louis Browns and Philadelphia Athletics of the American have announced neither signings nor rejections by their major stars. The Salary Stabilization Board has approved a raise for the Phi Del Ennis which originally was sought last year but rejected. No figure was announced. The St. Louis Browns signet" their 20-game winning pitcher Ned. Carver, who was believed to have been boosted from $18,000 to $25,000 a year. Pitcher Cliff Fannin, Catcher Matt Balls, Second Bascy.iin Mike Goliat and Outfielder Jim Rivera also have signed with the Browns Mays Accepted For Service; Induction Set For February Birmingham, Aln.-UPI-Tlie New York Giant centerfiolder, Willie Mays, was accepted for the armed forces in a second test at the pro- induction center here yesterday. H« was rejected when he failed an aptitude test at his first test last October. Mays said he hoped to be assigned to the Army, and to play baseball on ft service loam. The young player said he regretted deeply losing two years of experience. But he added: "Maybe I'll learn some baseball in the Army." His d r a f t board quota for this month has been filed. A Third I Coaches Cited As Key To Ills While Sulphur Springs, W. Va. -M^j-Some of the things wrong with college football today arc caused by "increased intensity due to the lack of tenure among the coaches," in the opinion of Amos Alcnzo Stafig. The sponsor of a resolution adopted by the NCAA rules com- nitlce yesterday, saying coaches ind officials have contributed to 'undesirable trend:;," Slagg declared: "Unfortunately, it's a life and death struggle with most nf thp According to zoologists bats do not make nests. Spaht, Kennon To Hold Runoff Political Unknown First In Louisiana New Orleans-Wj-Carlos Spaht, a political unknown who ran with ihe backing of Gov. Earl Lone, and Independent Appeals Judge Roberl Kennon will outer n run-off election for governor of Louisiana February 19. Spaht and Kennon outdistanced seven other candidates in Tuesday's Democratic primary. U. S. nep. Hale Bogus of New Orleans, who had tfc support of U. S, Sen. Russell Long, wai third Today he conceded "it Is impossible for me to overcome the leai of Judge Kennon." lieturns from 1,781 of the state's 2,112 precincts in Tuesday's Democratic primary showed: Spaht 134,418; Kennon 131,784; Boggs 117,722. _ TB Protection In Korea Seoul, Korea - (IP) - More thun' 250,000 South Korean orphans and primary school children are being innoculated against tuberculosis by the United Nations Civil Assistance Confmand. A recent survey showed more than 800,000 tuberculosis cases in Korea. 'In 1949 about 48 million U. S. workers were in jobs covered by old-age insurance. Broken Back Won't Prevent Her Wedding Chlcngn-M'i-A 22-year-old Arkansas iflrl will be married in Hurn« Prove Fatal Cook County Hospital hen: Salur-! U'oficyvillc, K"n.-. dav. She will lake the vows lying I Klttlcr. 100. dieil hern yesterday irien today was being conducted on a limited basis by the cutter Yoconn of Eureka, Calif. Coast Guard officials Mid they plan « f u l l dress inquiry into the tragedy, Including particular investigation of the ship'* previous voyage. face down in bod. Miss Freda Webster of Alma, . , of burn* suffered Sunday when his bcdclothlng caUKht fire from , Ark., suffered n broken back in | a pipa ho was jmoklni!. He for- a hiKhway mishap nn her intended wedding day lust April. She and her fiance, Edward Grochowski, 27, of Chicago were en route here for their innrriaiio when Ihe accident occurreil. Grouhowski. who met Miss Webster when he was stationed al Camp Chaffeu, Ark., suffered minor injuries. Miss Webster was hospitali/ed at St. Louis for several weeks. Later she was transferred to Chicago when her condition improved! j nicrly worked for an City milling company, Arkansas In th» south temperate zone, the vernal equinox, or tno bf- K i n n i n t of spring, is Sept. 23. The: ported summer solstice is Dec. 21. I ilies.sagi Only One Vessel Keeps Up Hunt For Seamen Seattle-f/lVWith hope all bul gone, Ihe Coasl Guard today reduced its search for the freighter Pennsylvania and the missing crewmen lo one-culler b a s i s . Aerial search was halted last night for the !5 or W crewmen who now have been unheard from for nearly eight diiys. The only search for the crew- Expected Tai Request To Htm Bigger Burden Wnshlngton-OT-Th* head of every American family will have on extra debt or tax burden of $228 If PrtsMcnt Trtini/m's (lew budnot culls for the expected 83 million dollars. Thli was call- mated today by the U. S. Chnmbai uf Commerce, which urjcd \(s memherj to help cut federal spending by easing up pressures on Congress for money for state mid local project,!. The Chamber (aid its figures aru based on a $ I O.OOD.OOO.OQO boost In federal spcndlns. It Is ro- the president's budfjct Monday will call for from 83 to 86 billion, c«mp«r«l with »n estimated 70 U 71 kllllon (hit t*- c«l year en11n( JuM 10. A 10 billion dollar boost, Chamber tftlnatt* would I additional av«rajje U» »T (lobtj burdens ranting from 1120 per f a m i l y in MUilulppi to |M1 In Delaware. The avnaf* W*«H H : Ia* 4 taj* FEEL AWFUL.?;j DUITOCOt* --*» ·-' Miming.. . . , ·^^Imfcn*: 3 RELIEF jMIPIlBpMAAflHHMBiMiViV'WMiHiVMNPiMiVnHMB ·»' " ^ SHORTEST WAY lo LITRE ROCK-MEMPHIS C R O W N C O A C H ~"7|N '"·7-{~.r THRU BUSES Oo In the wealher-condllloned comfort of a Crown Super Cooch-ov«r !h« ihortes! all-pav»d ictnle rogt« lo Littlt Rock. 7 convenient ichedulei daily lo i»rv« you. Com* in or call for ichedulei and Information. UNION BUS DEPOT ill N. COH.J. »»·« ·» SHIP YOUR PACKAGES BY BUS! coaches because tliuy're not sure of holding their jobs. So if they bent the rules a little bit, .hey're inclinud by the pressure to do it." Tho dean of conches with 60 years behind him, Stagy suggested :his cure: Coaches should be teachers and regarded as teachers. They should linve stability in their position the same as other members of the faculty. "They should be regarded from their teaching ability; not their winning ability. Judge them from their ethics." Stagg IIHS experienced coaching stability himself--- working at only three colleges, 41 years at Chicago, 14 at College of Pacific and the past five at Susciuehanna. SpringdaSe B-Tsam Plays West Fork Tourney Favorites Prairie Grove and the Spring- dalc'B-team clash in the featured game on tonight's card in the an- n u a l West Fork Invitation.il Basketball Tournament. Prairie Grove is the favorite to win the meet, but will have its hands full with the Springdale reserves. In action last night Mountainburg nipped Fnrmington, a team that had beaten Fayctteville the night before, 38-34. White, with 12 .points, led the winners. fn the girls' division Springdale downed Farmington, 39-31, with Fritts leading the winners with 17 points. IClkins topped Mountainburg, 58-47, as Cole netted 34 points. Elldns a n d Springdale meet in a semi-final struggle Friday night. Tonight's games see Springdale's Bees play Prairie Grove at (i:30 o'clock; the Lincoln girls meet Prairie Grove in a semifinal t i l t at 7:45; and Greenland and Elkins boys go at it at 9 o'clock. Eisenhower's Name Up For New Hampshire Vole Concord, N. H.-f/I'J-Eiscnliow- or's name wii.* entered in New Hampshire's preference primary today as a Republican candidate for president. A large group of "I like Ike supporters headed by ^ov. Sherman Adams presented petitions to Rfvretnry of Stnte Enoch D. Fuller, entering the general's name on (lie ballot of the prinary, March 1 ] _ f i r s l in the nation. Governor Adams is chairman o| Army public information o f f i c e r I t i lt , K C W n a m nshirc Eisenhower ·t Atlanta indicated that Mays for-Prcsidcnt Committee. would be called into uniform in Fuller 'cabled .General Kiscn- late February or early March. Mays was a prime factor In tho Giants' sti'Ctch drive for the 1951 National League pennant, January Sports Card Jan. H-l»--West Fork Invitational Basketball Tournament. Jan. II--Pont.ri TI. nice, h»e. Jan. 21--Bulldog! ". Illeam fpiingt, htte. .Inn. J5--DulWoRS vs. Ucntonvllle, at nentonvllln. Jap. W--Bulldom vs. Huntsvlllo, nt Hunlsvllle. .in. ]l--Bulldogs *» Jeilin. her». in II--Pnlmi »i. Kaniai Slate Teaihert. here. hmver in Paris informing him he is a candidate. Tho general has 10 days lo w i t h d r a w his name. Weather Drowns Out Delegates At U.N. Session I'uris-M'j-A hall storm, accompanied l.y ifghlnlnK, interrupted work in four United Nations com- millccs today. Delegates wore forced to su.-.pend t a l k i n g for five, lo i n minutes u n t i l Ihe hull slopped, l l n i l sinncs hMil on skylights nnd m.iilf. sn much imiKi the rtr 1 -- linlcs rnuld no! he lioiircl. T O P Q U A L I T Y F O O D S A T S P E C I A L L O W P R I C E S ·[ .^^__^^^_^_»_ . i--.. i _».~ _,^B../-niMBHBr« ^iw_-iap/~*'.Mv^p^vf.mHH^^HI^BK3Mi^H9V7'$!^IM I'se A-Gonno Be In Campbell's Super Market SOON Fixin', Flippin' and Serving Those Famous Aunt Jemima Pancakes. Aunt Jemima in person, so Honey Chile, watch this paper for appearing date. EVERY BAG Flour, Pillsbury; 25 Ib. bag $1.89 Coupon Worth 5c in Each Can Coffee, Bright and Early, Ib. 79c Orange Juice, Bel Monte l;v 23c Grapefrt Juice, Del Monte";; Armour's Star Pure Lard . Trellis Peas... 2 i, 1 , 1 ; 69c 25c Mrs. Tuckers Shortening Milk, Hales Pride ',':::. 2 Campbell's Soups . 19c 69c WORTZ Fig Bars 6 J /4-oi. Pkg. 14c Ibpkg29c Wortx Chocolate Corwd Fig Bars . 23c All Flavors 23c Jello . . . pkg.8c D«IMontt . oaniSc Catsup.;. ££ 19e Northern Ajox Cleanser... can 11c Full-o-Juice Florida Grapefruit, doz. 59c Florida Oranges.. doz. 19c Big Yellow South American Bananas. 2 Ibs. 25c Large Crisp Celery.. stalk 15c Pineapple, Yellow Bonnet ?..* 23c fj s s ue .. 3rolls19c Salad Dressing. .S'full qt. 39c jjJg°" Food f m 7c Peas, Rio Grande.. E /J A-1 Prepared Mustard. LIBBY'S Pineapple Juice "r 29c 5 'tr 6c RED BUD Tomato or Vegetable Soup, can 9c Try This Fine Soup, Then Check Your Savings, Pork Liver. Ib 29c Smoked Bacon Sq'res, Ib 27c la . . Ib45c Pork Loin Roast. Ib 49c Win '20,000 T«ll why you Ilk* STIR-N-ROLl recipes Wl HAVE [N!«Y HANKi AND WESSON OIL SUPER M A R K E T A. 0. MORRIS ALFRED MORRIS, MGR. HOYT GREENWOOD Price for Price Quality for Quilfy You Can't Beat CAMPBELL'S

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