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January 21, 1952

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fe Rice Stalls For Victory Over Arkansas, 48-11.6 V fayettenille May Submit Bid For State Cage Accuracy From Field Affords Edge For Owls Lambert High For Porkers With 14; Smith Has 13 The Hicr Owls, without the services of Ihcir usual starting forwards, and with t*vo oilier starters on the bench by way of fouls, deckled to put tlie freeze on the ball wilh a 46-46 Inad over Arkansas, Jv-Uurday nielli at Ra/.orbnck Field Hnusr. The fiTC7.o lasted four minutes and the score never chanced. Arkansas had its chance, three 1 tiippR f-lPHlin? Hicc pa«rs and twice fort'inE jump balls during *''" final four minulcs. But the Porkers discovered there is no an- tidole for inability to hit the bas- kpt. OIH-P Sammy Smith stole a pas* and twice Grnr Lambert fito'e the ball to dribble for the Arkansas basket. On each occasion tlip ball scorned not to undcr- ElfinH the player's intentions. On t ll c second occasion--one in wbirh I.nmbe-rL. who played the nutstandinc came for Arkansas, bad the entire Owl team beat and missed a la.vup--Cnach Presley Askew dropped his bead to bis bands and didn't look up until TJicc had rc-qainrd possession in its nwn court. The score was close, with the lr.H-1 changing bands seven times and tin; score being tied seven _ ..... times until midwav in the third j tournament is hold annually in the early part of March. West Fork And ElkinsWin Tourney Titles Mountainburg Loses To Tigers; Lincoln Falls To Elk Girls West Fnrlt's Tigers staKCil a Ihrilllng uphill batilc to win. Ihc nnnuiil West Fork Invitational basketball tournament Saturday night at West Fork. The Tigers nipped Mountanburg, 45-44, in the closing seconds. MountainburB. Hie surprise team of the tourney, jumped to a 31-14 lead at the halfway mark and appeared on their way lo a breeze. But the Tigers changed strategy and began catching up in the last two quarters. With only 20 seconds remaning the Tigers of Coach Bucl Woods finally got into the lead. Osburn, of Mountainburg. and Williams, of West Fork, lied for conn.f honors with 13 each. In the girls finals Elklns had a fairly easy time with the Lincoln lasso's, winning SI-34. Cole tnnprrl It was learned on reliable au- Ihorily lotlay thai Fayctlcville will make a bid for the annual Class A slale basketball tournament. Two other towns are known lo be interested in the tournament ·-- -Joncsboro, which held it last year, and Little Hock, where the affair i was conducted'for a number of I years prior to Hie 1851 meet. No official announcement Kavcllevillc's participation in the binding has been released, but it is considered almost certain thai an offer will be made lo Hie Arkansas Athletic Association's executive council, Ihe group lhat considers Ihc bids and awards the tournaments for all high school divisions. The proposed site nf the tournament here would be the University Field House which was the scene of a Elate cage tourney In the late 19.10's. Jonesboro, with Hie rnopenilion of Arkansas Stale College, is reported anxious lo again hold the meet, and Little Hni-k. with its Chamber of Commerce hacking n bid. is also very ink-rested. Alvin Bell, chairman of Ihe alh- lelic committee of Ihc Little Rock Chamber, has staled that he feels the offer being prepared by his group will be strong enough to land Hie tournament In tlie event Little nock is The site the new high school gym would be used. Favcltcvillr, however, has the blessings of tlie University and expected lo make a good offer. The AAA executive committee has not scheduler! the time of meeting for consideration of the bids, bill will in Hie next few weeks. The - A R K A N S A S FNFTH I lakes Week C j Ji for Extnu; SPORTS - Tourney Bound ('. r- A new method nf srnrlnc fi'i'l- mll famrs \vnuld--in iittr opinion --cure all the Ills or rollege fool- ball. period. Then with the count 32-32 Gene Sehwinger. the Owls' 6-6 sophomore center, sank a rebound lo nut Dice ahead to stay. nice movr-d ahead by seven points late in Ihe third frame and lerl 42-37 it the end of Hie period. Arkansas rallied briefly in the fourth qnaiter nulling lo within one point »t 42-43, then 44-45, and finallv 46-47 Al thai nolnt Leonard Childs, the big scoring gun for nice, sank a free throw and Pice went into a .'--tall. Childs opened the came wilh a driving layln ami then made a free throw good to cive Rice a 3-0 lead. The stocky Owl received a ,.,.. pi, OVP JTJS rve in a collision *'lth Smith a little later, hut he 1 ari his eye patched and returned to the game to connect on six straight field goals and make four of four free throws. Overall Arkansas made 16 of 60 field goal attempts as it controlled both backboards. Rice made good on in of 43 field goal attempts. For the Owls the victory broke t streak of 14 consecutive conference losses oir the road. And the team. winninR its first conference Krnic of the year, dedicated thi triumph to Coach Don Suman. who celebrated his 32nd birthday fiaiurria The Porkers lake lime out from conference play this week, mcet- Inq the Pittsburg (Kan.) State Teachers. Thursday, Jan. 31, here. The box score: Fier Tcagtio. f . Crawnndcr. f Fulfer. f . Fulton, f MeCurry, f -- Kchwingci. c _ Childs. g Reavers, g -- SpTfill. (. TOTALS ,, Arkansas L a m b e r t , f _.. Smith, f . Adams, f --. - Kcarns. e S'aw. c Flkins. c .... Lewis, e Sagely. K -- TOTALS _. FG FT IT TP 4 2 n i _ n ,s _ 6 0 .. 1 .19 _ 5 4 n 3 (I n 4 1 1 21 4 5 4 5 n 2 3 3 26 Arch V.'ard, the eminent sports ! editor of the Chicago Tribune, 'f ·eccnlly offered a solution to the 'i-oblcms posed by so-called overemphasis in the college grid game, ili.s idea was thoroughly impracti- 1, but rccohcd wide cirrulalion due to the author's prominence. The suggestion offered by ^lr. \Vard--incasu you aru not familiar v.-ilh il was Ilia- HIP major colleges embark upon a system, of i-oach rolalioil. The object in this, as Mr. Ward cxpaincd il, would be [o lake alumni prcrsiue ' " lividUHl coach and do ff Ihc away March Favorite Time For Stale AAU Tourneys Dates Approved At Annual Meeting Of Arkansas Group I.illlc nocli-'/Ti-.Mnri-li will be 1'ie niiiin Inunwncnl sc.n-'m Main for AAU cliampionslii: s in A'rkan- Uales for IflM evenls worn approved yesterday at Hie annual mill-winter niceling of the Slale A A U . liolli men's and women's h:i.--l:c't- '..-ill tiuimaincnls wil 1 Lr held in March. The women's {·hamnion- wilh large scale recruiting prac- in theory Mr. Wai-el eiivl.-iuns niii plan as working something like this: Ulis, al Afiiun- sas, v.-ould think twice hrlorc i-ouiifling up too much hi^li-salar- led talent if he knew that in a couple o'l years lie would lc ciach- ing ii Texas school »ml playing U'.iip will be decided al. Cabot, the lalcnt he had :ejruilcd. Jlarch ."-(!. What Mr. Ward failed lo take -pl, c mr i,s louniey will he at into uccounl wai Hie lad lhat | L itllc liocl;, March 8-1:1. Tin? Inixing loulnallient for Ihe regulai- wciglil classes, both novice and open divisions, will o;ien heart of prosclyllng would suirl. Mlm .|, 7 j n uu;,, j; 0 ..| ; :illl i con- hiring cvcrylhing ill sight. Thai limlc ;,]. m .|, (1 |,j 11). .^ ^.^ miNJn ,. .siluation than now exist,: since L,,.,.,,;,,^,,,'/,,,,. sm ,,|l c , boys, vili control of the recruiting would be ho hn|f| nl , Jm . |h Ki . |]( . , U|L .,, ,, m .,. take lhat | L i t t l e Ho Arkansas alumni would still he interested in a winning team--and ilh the coach no longer the spear- removed from the campus. \Vh»t brought all this up is we li»ve come up with .in idea of our own. formulated al'ter much nnd careful sludy of Ihc problem. It is wilh rrsTCt thai "c icali/.c mir solution will mil gel Ihc ill- ; lention thai Arrh Ward's ditl. IJulj it i.i wilh prldr. Ihnl we present j it to you. I To begin with, what are Ihe problems that "o\ er-cm|inasis" j ruar.v 2!) ;mi h.-ij created'.' And how doc.-; one; The slale j go about dc-emphasi/.ing'.' Frilz he held al North l.iUU: club, but Hie dates have not yd been fixed. The special weights W!c:-!lin^ louiramonl will be hold al A r - hansus School For' Tlie Deaf, i\1arc!i 15-lti. The tournament for Ihc reguliir clnssc.-- i.« sf-hi-dnle-i lor March 'IR-'^I al the Kl Dorado Boys 1 Club. Besides llie tv.-o,st;tfc v.-rcsllin.^ events, the AAU's rc;.-ioniil .inn:or lournainciit also will lie at A r k a n - sas Slale Collciv.-, Jiiiio.-horn, Kob- nd March 1. ndoo:' f-wiinining HH-rt be held In Fort Smith ihirni^ five basketball j^nycis n a . i oi'i cx-iioiinalions h 15 t ( .;i(i of iivi-in t o ' c-ram the b:iske( s ,|,|, ,,·[.,.!(. T h e r e - :uc only liner- (T nn , r , :| none count- ioq in Ihc slai',,,,,,,,., im ,| n, rv - rl . pliiycd at wcpk' s rn ,i Texas Christ!;,,, ,-,,ning along a! 1 the head or n ,, ,,,.,,.,,,1,,. plavs Oklahoma City Universitv ut Okla-. home City Satijrday night in tlx-i feature gnmc. ' i TC1I only l(-j,,] s |h r ,.,,,,f,.,oni-e : rare wtlli fom. victories ag»ln-l! no defeats and ( , avc won 14 ollt of 15 games. Maylor and m,.,. v \\\ [| R h| t,, -ci- which slay, ,,,,[ ,,f n,,, r (.||i,r .1 Warn Frldav niKhL n i.vlor holds :hat dubious h|,n.,i- right now. liic-o showed jis l, w i basketball -if the season Snliirday night in, '-vonl. T .l|;ing Ark|in?r |s ,,,, n,, ,,,,.,, ,.,,,,,,: f,, r ,.,, n , r J.4II. It was I| 1L , Owls' first ton-1 Snlurdiiy fei'cnce vlcfory i ^.^ck Tox-ns A. and' M f |j,. f i tt .|t|, 'ivxinj ir second |ilai.p i ,. M \, n -\i\, ; , :i.| | iccord, meet^ h n i v e r i i ' . v of lloils-l ,nn al lloilsliii', Kliday'iiighl. ! Cleorge Mcl.i,,,,! (iiHn'l play lust j ·vcck but easily i,,,|,] ,,,, i,, his Iriidj ri season and ,. nn f prrm .,. scormu. i The bigTi'.v.-is^|,,. isl h,ii center Inn j oiled HP ini) p,,|,,t, [nr tJOHTHWEST A R K A f ^ S A S TIMES. FnvclUville, Arkonjoi, f/.cnclay, Jtnunry 21, 1952 Tl:c Aik.imas H»iuli'V|i r.-.-rllo'! Tourii.-i:ocn linis'ii'il up Hi-.- In:', weekend of acllnii I:rt night v.-iih fil .-.n/:. Z.IM;V, ' TlM · · - . o l ^li- nin|-!-i ..-K.-i vlin: The li-ninii MTiic of this y were busy w i t h cniinn-til- ahn-iit nudni^'-t I'M 1 ' ^ and Smi'l.-i" a-. I--o. 'I-' 1 i:h\s and nil-event.-, cnti it- tinii.-d anil 75 in i-onr rrcnpc p l ; ,yc. The standing; Lcagut Camei" ' TCI I Texas Texas AM 1 Arkansas . '· liicc .. ' ,'tiiylor . Ml Gamci TCU 14 i'cxas . . .Ill SMU 7 ·oxas A.l-M (i L Pi-l. I) 1.1)1)11 .75(1 .T.'ill .rum ,2Ml .2011 .(111(1 l'i ..-.nil .407 .4211 .11)11 .353 .0,1; Pf. 227 2(lli 1113 171 1D3 22fl 131 D12 111) I 740 iin 757 -I u: rli' f II has been rsiimalcd that llie loss from woi.||,| p , s checks runs i high as S3li(| miliici, nnnually. 111 isonl AII j far (I. j lunicd _ i series ".ft; with a liipllc. IP I scores. Haul i J d j i v i l l P , rolled Ih mfli lournnnienl ;':-.m Mirii.lack LliH'bi'cK. : Ml ville, hail lilonllca 176 ,, three-game f-r! Cy Carney, Jr. his bowling ii Hir- ''.'i nod loam cvcnl.-.. (Ili-l i Ih'oe-gann- .-.».-ri'-;: J ^ J R j Team event ;-·" IKIfl · ed I-'i i'lay and S ;tuid; of last week with .Ii Lines, of I.illlc l!ocl-.. I:'K'.:-; !!»· lead. The liui'l-.irs I'M'!' 1 "! .'l.lllil pinr,. In second place v.a-i l)i:'on Dairy, of Lilllc H"ck, v.'llli a .').Ml total. Pi Kappa Aloha, "' Fayeltcvllle. cnmc In thinl wilh n 2,IIH!I total. II.I'.O.K. Klks. of U21 Ihc \ 1 eleran performcis nn -I:T Iinnls"ill(- (.iris basket- hall ic.-ini Ih-it vill ;:o iiilo action Tliiui.d.iv ni/'.hl in Ilii' Hobinson Memorial Mall invitational ba-;- kt-lball luiii-iiaiiient al I.illlc Rock, .-'re piclured al;o\ 1 c. 111 the lop is Crlono lirown, R-fl guard, in her Ihird y:-u- v.-ilh Hi-- Kaglc team. Al the holl'im Is Chrislene hrll r11 . TJ-I) L-nard. in her fourth vi-nr wilh Hie l-'::i. Bolh i: \cilO Cnoinl'-tcd · iMiuli',. doilhli": carded three '-, wprp li'i-nlil- U l d a f CVfnio;": .|01,I' Tl-IK.l! Hot Kprings. wil'i 'J.!17. r i. anil Ihc I s.cralrli M-l. . of Springdalr. with' I fourth and fifth. I l..-ilf of the (cam tilion v/ll he roller! U was considered l.' I1-...1 tlio .lours Truck :-.; t'-'al would ^t.ind up under ni::-'i..!;t;!it "f bowlers ".'roin .-iik.-iii.-i, '.Illln Rock. Hoi ioi.-.. ,'i!:! Pine Illuff, who form I-K-.j'li ity of ihe teams yet to [ · L f'']!ih!'". and rin'-'1r-- compe- iittn-i -.·cMi'ifl-i\. I. Skinner, ol Hot Soiiii!-.-: and .1. W. Trent, ol K.i-..-lli-villi '···: d to lake the di. : -hl. ·; L-.-nl v.-il'.l a 'finr.-. 1.299 H-'i Cram-, of Kayeltcville, rolled .! i.72 :.ingli--. :cr!c:. lo lead in thai oth'-r U-ad'-r-;: iioiihlcr.--II. VI. ll'iilRM and Milan rp iahiiin, K.'iyi'tlcville. 1.281, l!;irnld l!iui:;:iiill and I). A. MeUKU, Kavfilrvillc. 1.205-. Neil Dimr't aivl Itii-hn.oiid, Knyrttovlllo. I.a III; It. I. VOKI anil S. S. Smith H.JI:--I,. 1.243; nnd 'M. S. Stanford .Hid Shelby Kcnnard. Fayettcvllle, : ' ;;,,,, : |,,.,_.·.. Kavlor. Little I?ock ( ·:;i;;i: Ii. IVUr-fcr, Lilllo Hock. 6(!2; in Mitchell. Fayt'tlevllle. fifll; Bi , I!. Hi-own f-'ort Smith. C5fi; and F, I f ' - o i r n l s Lilllc Mock. 645. i I'cttt.-fcr. who rankert third In Ihr- single;:, had a scratch score of . ilTi? in one game, and .less Benj ton, wli" ranked eighth, hnd a COLOR-PLAN YOUR HOME IN A MATTER OF MINUTES COOK Crislcr, the Michigan University, recently asked: "What arc we to emphasis-losing'.'" There are st connected with Ihc game lo:lay that it is as futile lo atlcmpl lo list them a.-: it is to agree on Ihc best v.ay lo solve Ihcin. That is Hie lemarkal'lc buauly of our suggcslion. Emphasis is nol tampered with. To us eniphasi,: is t/ the hallmark of American greal- tho Elk girls with 25 points. Ra'y'. I nc ' :s - It is the desire to excel and wilh 24, was high for Ihe losers. I lo get ahead. II stems Irom Ihc athletic director of j Hie last wed; in Mari-h, I ho c v- j j act dal-s lo he lalcr. The outdoor sv.'imming mccf is :,'... e onlv sl-ilo. AAU event w i t ' i - l , it a Mnreli dale. II will In- A u - l ^ . loiiriKinicnt play many problems [ . . . Ihc giiinc to:lav TMst 7 ' 7 al Memorial Pool in Lil' He llo-k. The Ml-toiirnamciil teams, an(I nounccd at the conclusion of ihe · final games, were: Rovs--Orr. Prairie CJiovc; Her c- n-agen. Springdalc; Adams, Kry- .cttevillc- Hagar, Lincoln. Camp. nrre-ilHild; Loguc. Elkins: UndT- I hill. Williams and McKnighl, Wrst ! Fork; and Hales, Osburn ? d White Mountainburg. Girls-Cole. Willford and Dav ·!, F.lkins; Starbird. Shannon a'ld Pxay. Lincoln; Lockhart, Sprin^- rlal'c- Gollard. Moimtainhurs: Holden and Curtis, Weft Fork; artl I Smith and Patrick. Prairie Groi ". January Sports Card J«n. 22--Bulldogi «. Siloftm Springs, here. Jan. 25--Bulldops vs. Bcntonville, (omiskey Reported In Line For Radio Job r«po rcpijjned \ ice president of Ihe Clii- While Sox, the club h i s 'alhni foundori, \vaa rcporte-1 nfiidcring several offers for no 1 jobs today. The Oidliis' News said the tiG yrar-old ('omiskcy has been nf - fprcd an CNrcuti\'C | opitinn wit'; iiclief that we are all created erjusl and wilh an oqua! i-'hancc , . . nnd it is a responsibility to make the most of it. \Vc can FCC final scnre nf Ihe Runic itself. When it is all nver the : f nvf.lH rend ynincthiny like tin:. That result;; in n 2-2 lir since wnn the financial ;»nd r'.cIioUii'': 1 nhase.e (twn point';,, thp .''ivr m;inship ph.'i.^c was tird. find won tlx 1 name !:c"! r and over total M'nrc f l w n priints). Yanks F®r Dallas excuse for curbing lliiit desire. m;nli: I" cnmr nut rvr-i!, To rule out emphasis .secim t» ! flnnonstnilrs thr \I\\\K\ us a false approach to the prohloin, j srcii'in nf iho rnutc: I What \\f siiRRPst Is that emphasis Ur rcl;ilivr f;iini(\'s «i hr aHowrrt tn roll It* merry «ay, licm, hut that it be rtfvcrtcrl into Ihrcc j nrtv channels in addition to the [ Tim \i\nv souiul pr'1 old out. i-.ilpd, but look , In Jan. 29-BuIldiw vi. Joplin. h«re. Jan 31-- Porkert vs. Kansas Stait Teacheri, here. ^ White Sox pnmes nrxl scasm . Gordon Mrt.endon, prcsiMrn. f iberiy, was not ir.imcdialcl · available for comment. Ad\rrtlsr In the TIMKS--It pays- KENTUCKY STRAIGHT ·OURION 4 YIARS OLD We \vnukl have iqotbnll ^nmcF scored in n new manner. Thrro would be four scpar.ile .···i-nriii^ mrlhods for carh le.ntn plus HII overall .score which \vnuld 1 e h;d~ aliped lo determine the winner. Of course the vanie itself would remain Iru.-ic! as il. is now played. In addition the tennis would rncHpo in .T mental r-innit- nnlion: would mm pa IT sclmlnr- j ship cxper.ditrrrs on a cotiipcli- ' tivr basis, and finally ]!ic tr;iin^ anri their .student bodies TU^M-liii.^ the came would he .indued on spnrl.-m;imhip ;md f;iir piny. ! c:r Merc is ho\v il viiid \vcrl; w Suppose (rain A is pta.vitic H , (his Saturday. Tlir first order of · fn huslnr.^ wnuM br for rarli srhnul j )ir ! lo prrparf » .^tatcmrnt list in i; (lir ; ·.·;! pla.vers on a 45-nian sdtiaH ni?d ' m tlir aiiount of nionr.v, abovr- ini- I ·-, tlon, hc.ine sprTit on r^"h pl - rr, * MatrmrntA *vould he s i i h - j - . · mltled (o a committee composed i '-I of thrft furulty mrmhrrn froir d farh ^r''ool fplii.s thr school prr^l- ft 1(5) at a dale just prior tn thr I 1. The coach ntn'i recruit ln«i I many poor students hccau'.r iiirn- lal ability counts fur points thr same as physical ability. 2. Thn cnficb is f/iinq l'i ' " i . ' ! · ; · si/.e .stufiviny ju-.t ;i". Iwd ;·· p 1 .','-'inc, winning is y.liil v/li;i' counts. 3. If a rrallv crr;i( nnivncri «hou's un who Is (hick in the skull l''c coac.b can rcd-uit him and al the same liPT nut a boy wHb ; vrry hich I.O. nn U»r Irani. Thai l;iUcs rarr nf l»ir dmnb Imv \vlui wouldn't bavc i»;*d Htr r'-:tn-r lo |):dl:i:--W'-t:!l^ MillT. ynutll- ful H'sl-if t - . t - v n hnd proff^i'iiifil f. 1( itb;ill in ']'I::::T; Mny tint hns ('niifd nffi-i' 1 : hi' w;i^ rrported tn li;ivr niii'lt- for Do.-ik Walker «nrl ·ilhrr :··!;.r .. Th'-- .'ll-vr;ii- dltt presidnnt .nnd t: rnri:.l m';nur:^r of tin: TPXJIS Ti-xiil" MiM«. wlilch has inlcrna- h;i'! r -, pl-miiM in «o In Now Y'i'-li !-i v. ind Ujt Ihc !irsoti»tlnns under wliii-li h" ;ici)iiiiTd Ihe New j Y»rl; Y:niks /nmcbi.-.'' in the Na- ' NII Mi'iiir-r li.'id the news of the j .:;,|- f-nnif t)i;i]l nnn"i.s ·[ ;IM o f f e r ' nf sy."iO,(HH» fnr W;ill;«-r. the for- i..rf Siiri'-crn McP-odisl Univi-r- : ii v A l l - A n c ric;i li'"w with Dc- in'iit. :md bif!'-. fnr nH'"r South- SBi COIOR CABINET WOW, yOU CAN CHOOSl AM» SlfJHf COLOR SCHlHt fOK THE tNJIRl ROOM IffOfff YOU START JO PAINJI i-icludinc rluh pnll- .-l.nddi-: l $s."i".(inn : ;nv k-lr- iMrcr (' Favored fry Th«i* 4 Simpf* 5l«pj tm Perfect Color Harmony 1. £*· iht Shodolcno Cold' Cobintl at your ncorcil Cook Palnl Slort. 2. Fill it Iht C o l o r P l a n Folder-floort, walli. 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Than, taUt' the Color Plop Folder home -- It's yours, PflEE -- and use it to match and .harmonize your furniihingt and accent colors. tovo«' «oo» E l FLAT tNAMH QUART SATIN INAMtl $' YCnj p ftKF [ R MURED WALLS, SEE BOOK'S DEEP-TONED ·i Moor · ICHO i ruin a DiitiiLiNG LOUIIVILLt, K I N T U C K Y mit of litp colliers ml ""oinls In tli IP pbasr wnn Id br crorcrl nn a bw.sis of 10H--a perfect score K'liiiR to a team tba) nffrrrd none of il^ P on anythinu but t u i - tion nnd n ciunc J° a .'diool that nvrrncrd $10(1 ppr player, Tbrn on tl'f mnrnini* nf t'"- Cnmo K*" 11 '' 'be twn .criumU wnnld mret with Iho faculty cntr.mittri j fnr a Fpocifllly prcp-'MTfl mcntiil - examinalinn -- bused upcn thf ] cnnrr-^r- tbc individual pl;\cr i;- · tnkinc. These exams wnni'l be scored nn thr baris nf inn. inn Then fin Saturday aflrmnnn ! Ohc rcMills n[ |br first two pliasrs nf thr conlrfl remain fC'-irl} (he teams inTl for the panic. The con- | .than durt of tbo team on thr* fir Id And nine of tbf t"«'im's fludenl followers | tlir \vjtilH lir juflgcd as plfty \f in rnunl. prosrrr.t, by thr f a c u l t y cnmniittro nnd Ihr. snmr offfriils Jurt PS in .t boxing match. Lastly comes the nutltcr- | 'MID S:.-i Fci'-ii" 1 " Sf.'-l-rs- at ·'.-.'·:· A t ' i t . i r.-ti' S-'inrd.'tv. A (iwri nf 4fi.UiMl l.'nur-t tl"- vcrtticl T;HJ« tlrv lhouj^i:l Mr. and r;:. V/. C. Minting I'bil I) rdcod in nut in I'H- j:licU-h drive. The in'n . · ' : - . · ' "1 ( ' M U l l t f l p d i l l t fint Up 'Wallpaper Lovtly ·mboiied wallpopcri *w*lv. t popular Shadolone colof» . *or ^eep-lont color decoration whe paining is no) practical. .1 fo (run -vp;ir- . 1'!nir!"i*.U on aturnllr, M'nv*»" the q; Mkc manner. A, fnr !'·" p( Lorscn Tops Flam For Palm Sorinqs Net Tifle hlllly the .tr Ibr -mi:-. Calif. -i/1'i-Arl 'lli I .rriiifll'". C'.'ilif., ·-.'- .-I'^Ir-. h'tiinrt In riiiR': invitfilimi ten- f n t Mr- hf-tH Mrrb rrly Hillr, Calif , 6-4, TO ROIL DU*Mii, TILE Tftts T I L I T Y A P R O N 4V x 4'/4-IN. Size I 110 HANDSOME COIOHS I ir mtmut ON SMOOTH WAUS ( I f*r: dipping this coupon and visiting . iaves a thousand $ J5e. Carries ehame So"' Cl0 "' eSpin! ' brUSlleSinitsam Pl» NO OBU5ATION .. . N0 PURCHA5t MajM)|y ltri " ' '° each adult -xrc:-nr;5: What tin :,"" l i ' i p . ' " -- _.» . AdvtrllM In 111* TIMKS--It n: imivii'iv i: ,,lif.. H-.1. li-l. \vn. iiC'la, lo « i Sidt f or and Wcatbsr" p|, on , 574

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