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Siloam Springs Opposes Bulldogs In Tilt At Root Gym KNlOC? NIFTY .The Fayc^cvillc Bulldogs go ·· '.jack inln.ficlin.il t o n i g h t meclins the Siloiun Sprit?; l',nthcr.- nt Root Gym. It w i l l bu ihc first fame for the 'Docs since they had their u n b e a t e n streak mapped by Lillis Academy at Snrim'flpld last Wednesday. A j u n i o r hi?h game brlween Faypttevillc and Siloam Springs is slaled for (i:30. Siloam Springs, w i t h a 0-5 record Ibis season, is considered a po- Wmm Moves To Front In York Ready lentialf.v dangerous team. Thr i T * T**|*A A i i i « % * « Panthers won t h e reconl Hi-ntim '· \'Q i oKc itWoS County Tournament a.iul hold a ; , " vliiV f"! ?· w j .victory over- Van Pioren. Two seniors. .lamer; Schroyrr and Don UJ~!J % 4i r - THI.M Jones, a r n l h * key men f n r Siloam | fflHSrnil \ I if IP Springs, nnrl -her hch ^t Pan- f V - j J I V v I S J I I H W · New Y o r k - i / P H I I i n n i s . nne n f » the nnl'dii's fmir m a i m - i m b r ^ m '.-ollciie b i i M i c U f i l teams. M r i t i d s ;il Ihcrs to a decided hrighi- ad! ' vantage ovrr F.'iycttovillp. The -Bullrings, anxious to ppi hack; to their w i n n i n g ways, w i l l ' have a few questions to ;ins\vrr. j For one liiitic,. csm Hilly Pjirlirr j .·UK! Ray Rrirnps, I'm usua'ly | r,lc.'u!y F.i.vcUoyillc j j u a r d s . . ;.*rl ! r bacrk Ihoir Kcnnns eyes and ball- hmidlinp a b i l i t y ? ]3amps and Parker f a i l c t i to make a field coal betv/oen t'Tm in the L i l l i s jwrno and both boys coiiiiniUcd some costly b a l l - h a m M i n g error?. · Another question a w a i f inn an answer is wlint c f f c u l w i l l Hit; loss havp on the team? Cominp wbrn it did. the IOFP fit the S n r i n p f i ^ l d , ·Mo., tournamnrl may have bf-on a -good I h i n i f o r the team, .fust what b r n e f i t . if a n y , liowcver. remains to lie seen. No changes in the Fayelleville starting l i n c u o arc in prosocct, nl- fi^ough it is l i k e l y that thu reserves w i l l pet to sec more action Uian in the piist. Commission Gives Champ 15 Days To Defend Crown New S'ork-(/P)-Jer::Tv .1 whn tnnk :1 yenrs tu As^'H'iHtrd Pi (··:; w e e k l v pull Tin; I l l i n i , bnd''".nrir'is 1hr n;i4 t h i r r wed',;'. s u p p l a n t i - d the K:ui- jsjts .lav H a w k s as the hi^t in t h e Brwzw {By TV Awnriatrrt Press BASERALL Birmingham, Ala. -- F r a n k House,, bonus catcher f the Dc- Iroit Timers, \v;s ordered by his d r a f t board to take a prf-induc- Uon examination J;i unary 30. PI. Louis--The .St. Uuiis Browns released, infieldcr Billy Do Mara 1o t h e i r T o r o n t o International ],r;igue farm club. Echcncriudy. fc. Y.--Albert TV Tou?hton. president of th Class C Canadian-American ].,ea-;ue, sdid he would recommend the cir- I'ltil supuend o-)ern!ion.s i n r i c f i n i t e l v 'on' tlie ground it WHS "Miichbd for ?. small minor league lo buck" television. N o r f o l k . Va.--IMayn S m i t b . f o r - ] " " ; ni n r o u t f i e l d e r of the Philadelphia j Jo Athletics, wns rrsip,ned as m a n a - "£rr of I'-'e Norfolk Piedmnnl LCrttiue learn. MAJOR LKAr;i)F r t A Y K R S world h e a v y w e i g h t l i l t it in 15 da\s. The crown, donned by UK- :;?;- ye;ir-ol:t Canidcn. N. .'!., Nr;:m when lie knui'kcd out fc/.^ird Charles in J ' i l U b u r g h l;rl .Inly I f i . v.'ill be U'ithout ,i v/emvr in Nr-v/ York i-lalo. unless" Jersey -lof agrees w i t h i n Ifi day;; tu meet a legitimate contender. The eriicL was j*suH yrslrrdny by t.'haii-man Bob Chrhte'nbT'-y nf Ihc New York St-ii.c A t h l e t i c Commission a f t e r e o n f c r r i n ^ w i t h C. B. Powell, another member of ihc t h r e e - m a n commission. I Christi'Mbcrry poinicc'i out W a i - cott failed to defend bis t i l l : - w i t h i n sis monlhs as required hy commission rules. Tlie " G-mont'h period ended last Friday. Shortly a f t e r t h e New York commission 'announced it w;?s sending a letter tn Walcolt ii'ilf- fyini; him of ibn body's a c t i o n , the LouisisiiFi commi?':jon wilhdi-rw recognition from Vvalcott as l U i n n i s . b o a s t i n g :-n 1 1 - H rerun! 7fl-(ifi, in it:- only m M i m ; nf ! ' · v.-rcli w l ' i l c K f m s n s had n Imn;! I ' m t ' bealinu Ni-brai-ka. (iD-tir,, in j i t s lone apiJi-arancf nf t';e u'tvl-:. j The victory v.';r.''l';!u.'.as' Kith of j an n n b p f i l e n j'ea^'jn. . I The 111) finnrh; wrilcrs and j sport;; cusi^vs n a ' r t i r l p a l i n ^ in ibe I noil named I l l i r i f - - ! f n ! on ;;f j in t h e b a l l o t s . Kans.'i^ dn".\' [7 first place-· 1 y Inr.ei votes. The J l l i n i c u l l e d 8Gn p n i n l s i ' I and K;inras HTl. | ' tflQ iSfilp Would Have Only Schools In League SJarttimwt *wwu«» _~ SPORTS 4ORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, lovtntvillt. ArkoniH Tuetday, January 22, 19S2 Douglas Rumored A Candidate For Dallas Pro Club's Coach Id | c : t o t h i r d nl;ii-i' f u i t h e t h i r d :Mr. v.'cuk. K e n t u c k y du'w ;-f:vcn f i i s t i " _ " _ |il;irn v-Hc-; i i n d 707 j m i n N . ' l ^ J'wTM^^ n i f j h t v.'iS'i a %-.": I victory nvtr , c n !] (leor.-:'.-! Tr'-'i but Iowa, f o u r t h in :;i .-' !be nun. In-i l.'n-e. , *W~' H ' U Ten ;';i:'ie tu I n d i a n a lo s u f f e r tbeir f i r s l livs in 13 start-;. l"\v;.i rcm.'iinrd in f m i t l b i » l ; u - » w i t h \'J ·'first plac? vole" ; i i r l fil^t r:i'i:ls. The rcfl nf t h n r.ir. Ten wii-^ J U H ! a bit b'.U t h e ; : :inie liut thu N a t i o n a l Hnxiii" A.-wi-i c-inticm decline-! tu ^o alnnt! w i ' h | New York and Luuisiana for t h e 1 presen', al leart. \ NBA Territory : Commlssinurr Abe ' r:-TM»~! N n r l b r n i n i v '·ub--i' ; A new ath- n-if s-fiM- · "f ',ht ;-ix y l n l o 1-'I hifiituiiir 1 1 . PI^.V in t h e .-s !nlnccM,'..:into Confer- '['he United J'ross reported to-* ·a- ii'-c-i propu:t:d by the t \ ny t h a t rumors c i r c u l a t i n g · · i t .»f Srrjthcru State Col-; jj n |] n i . ~ m connection wtb the I t r a n s f e r of the New Yoik Yank ·(.Vici'ilny re-1 p n ) f ool i, a i| f n m c h i s e to Texas included Ibri possibility uf Arkansas coach Olis Douglas being hired to head the new t e a m . The report did not elaborate, but indicated t h a t t h e r e was no o f f i c i a l a n n n u n c e m c n t concernitiR Ibe prnsnects for a cu;ich nf the team. The purchase of the team by Giles M i l l e r , a Texas t e x t i l e tycoon, started ; lot of rumors f l y i i ' K . The present coach. J i m m y Phc- l i t n . rfis not expected to stay as l f l bend man. His contract nxnircs in 11 August and it is considered likely .vhirh he- said lie j ' · · i ·(·(' Tho'iiii.--'!!),' .·i«:':= A. nnd M. vi i i c h a i r m a n of (·· sludyim 1 . pn;;- ;n;d t i t l i e r rule . ct.nfcrcnce-wirlo Dr. t ' a m t ' j:\i!;;;c-lC'.l t h n t Southern. A . a * d M', A i k r n s a s Stutr, A i k a n . ·.: s S'.-'.t' 1 Tri'chprs :nid l l e n - cicr--o:i S l ' i i ; - b:tnd together and c o n i i i . u ! * su'j:;i'!.i/'.tilion of a t h l r t r - s i . i i ' a - '):! ( -i; to !«· agreed upon by ·;nh have w i i i i d r i i w n \V:]i!iin»Uv), t '? J .' t I3uint:--d out V/alcnll'.: l i - m n n t ' i ut-- i riod docs not end in NBA t e r r i t o r y u n t i l March 14 .since t h e r u l e was j o n l y adopted Srp'.r.mner II'. Greene s:nd Hie e x e c u t i v e rwi- m i l l e e mi;;h!. waive ,lht: r u l e in | Walcott's case if it was n r e s c n t r - i ! w i t h t f n n d enough reasons. A n d i n ] ! P h i l a r i e l p h i a , Cnmmi:;sioncr .lohti j t Daurosa of the P e n n s y l v a n i a m m - 1 · mission mid !u f n v o r ^ t l c i v i n g t h r ' « apinc f i s h i e r more tiT'ir. j RocL'hicchin, m a n a g e r n f . .IMC, called Chrislc-nbcrry's .·Ua'.cmeiit "part nf a squecv.e j play." "1 don'l k n o w w!;y they're forc- i n g Joe l i k e this," Hncciiicchi't said. "We're goinc lo d e f e n d the Py t h e NL-W York Yankees, first ; ^ ^'^ ,} vu ilvl l h c r i s h l K C l -»P »n-etnan Joe Collins. j ' chrislcnberry .^ij be considered Py the Brooklyn Dodccrs. calcb- , ciiarles and u n d e f e a t e d Itocky · Did-Teed and inneldcr Wayne j M a r c i n n n of Jrockton, Mass., a's Cn,-ist C'nnfri-etH'e. nmvcd u n fn p - t i b l h i n ' s i x t h »t:ic-. Thr HIP'- bnwicd ovrr Oregon i w : - - - 1 w c r k , 7C-3G Jind li-'-:i;i. K - I I * : Sia'e ;d:-n bettered iK D o r i t i . m u v i n i : f r n r n ' n i n t h In r o v r n i h t b n M r r n K t ' i "f I r i u i u lahoma and Inv/a K t a . c !. 1,'i'ii;-. iijvel l'i : Crn-=. dronpM I'm' ri.!;blb w h i l ^ West V i r j . f H i ! ' i vaiK-rrl from l O l l i lo n i n t h Holy Cnv:* from v j n f ' i In i n i h I'es'.iM of t h e i r v i c t n r y over I Louis. ill 1'i !;ill i:li;impionsliip coni- 'i'hey a r e l l e n d r i x . and' A r k a n s a s Colleg:', n ' l chtn-i'h : upiiortc:! : ; cliools. L71JC Alto Out of Onlv n-.ie v.-hi-h i - n f u n d ? This i 1 a IVc: Dr. C.-mi) to a l h U U - ; he i - i K ih:il a pb;i: is v:i lablr" : u l On I h c · : u l ' r i d i ; - : i l Feller Asks Thai Fans Go Slow In Giving Up On Him 'that Miller's idea I.*: to Id lead to ''under t l i e ! :i-!i7-ilioii. ^ I 1. F bv IVvitun iirmr.otrr S-m m a n I " d r f f - n d h i s l i l l e ; Mnrci'"o indn'irs in M a r c h · do:)rs in J u n e . .) I i i i casli equal ti . By Ilie Chirano Cubs, rhtchei' ' Harry C h i t i and pitcher Tnin Simoson. B\' the C l e v e l a n d I n d i a n s , in- fielde v r M e r r i l l Tombs and. oul- fiplilp'r'Barney MrCnyky. Bv fie riiiladclp'Ma Alhlctics. "pHehc'rs Ca'r! Scheib. R o l a n d 1 .Hovlo, Dick Fowler and Joe M u r ray. By f l i e Boston Red So", rookie p i t r h p r s R a l n h Brickncr and iler- s!iel Freeman. TKNMS Adelaide. Au.slralK'--Amerii-nns Dii'k SaviU and Ham fik-hards"n ^(Iv.-'nced to the sec-find round of (lie Australian Doubles f h a m n i o n shins, bv defe:itinn. A u s t r a l i a n s Clivc Wilderspin and John Black- lork. 0-4, C-H. P - n . 'RAC'NC M i a m i a . Fla.--Whirla Lea'ST.IO ^'0:1 (he six f u r l o n p Oranse Bio", ' som Purse at H i n l e a h in 1:11 2-1 Oldsmar. Fla.--Stcntor S69.in won the six furlonrr Prosneet Purse at Sunshine Park in 1:13 2-5. And in a d d i t i o n . " Ji'x-c.hicchin; i:l, "\vc have been ;uuiranU'cd j ^' c '^- _. the "foremost contenders " i an n d d i t i n n a l £7fi(U)iiU fur i h e t'-k 1 - i The champion's manager said- 1 vision r i g h t s rwiardlcesh nf w l u - n - j The I I . S. j:nvenimenl m a i n t a i n s Walcotl hod been offcrad AI50.000 1 t!ic figlil is beld " .1 - : i l . o r v.-tnll at We. I P n i i M . N. Y. i . January Stiorts Card Jan. 22--Bulldogs vs. Siloam Springs, here. i Jnn. 25-- -"Sulklofis VP. Bunionvillc, j nt Bentonvillo. ! as completely us possible. Other names mentioned ns possible coaches have been Curly Lambeau, for years bead man at Green I Bay, and Earlc "Greasy" Ncalc, in- j f° nii er Philadelphia Eagles boss. ,, 1( |, Nealc is said to have given a "not j interested" reply to the rumor. one member of t h e A l S j And w h l t n speculation on the i no' Mippurlc:! by stnlf 1 cnach for I h e team was at a high : ^ i ! i civnpel'.. 1 .; in football, j pitch, 50 wore reports on pending t i n - Cnllnp.c nf tin: Owrks, i i.rfr,rts bv the now owner to l i n e ..\ UM ian i n s l i l i i t i n n . j ,, j. onio ' ·[· OX ; IS t a l e n t for the iM-Snl t h a t open a i i l | T r s a s l c a m A rC p O rted $250.000 is ready in be given the Detroit Lions for the services of Kwell "Doak" W a l k e r , three-time S.M.U. A l l - A m e r i c a n , rook in of the year last year, an a 11-pro performer Ibis year, and t h e idol of Texas j',rid f u n s . W a l k e r is a H l g h l n n d Park ( D a l l a s ) n a t i v e . Also listed MS "wanted" by the new dull are Larry Ishell, the A l l A m e r i c n n rniarterbrtck from Paylor. d r a f t e d by the W a s h i n g t o n Redskins, ;md Dick Ilifiblower, last year's S.M.U. A l l - A m e r i c a n . M umbers irf the league are pretty well acreed t h a t the switch of t h e franchise from New York lo Dallas is a Rood t h i n g for the league. The Y a n k s were d r a w i n g few fans and losing cames as well ;is money in competing with the New Yurk G i a n t s . It i.s expected t h a t Dallas w i l l d r a w from two to three times t h e attendance. r n n l r n l l i m ; ·pn.-;i'd con- t i i a l : iirtl as many i ;cl-iil;n^hi'v; in as m a n y sports a.s iis a n l l m n t i c s de'-ire; or each col- ]-;;· be a l l o v r d ft ;i-.vard 22 fnot- 1 ; b:iH and i n b n s k r t b a l l schnlar.ihip^ ----·· j ,,.- y~) .··f!iolarrJiip i : in a l l sports, j l v i ' r - ! I t . i v i m ; it tn cullc-cc a u H u j r i l i c s to ,.,; n . i i d e t e r m i n e how m a n v per snort. r n n i . l I. Sfbrtlnrsbins be limilrd to I j n n r d and fees or be- .qiven Clevcland-'/l'j-Basoball f n n s: P ro j Please no slow when the time j comes to decide whether Bob I Fellnr i.s "all washed up." ~nur himself in tikes that request. I c e r t a i n l y expect to end my career here with Cleveland," he told mi f t r l m l r l n f f t h r o n g of (170 lust nifihl at H d i n n e r in bis honor. "FJut I hope the fans don't w r i t e me off too soon. 1 s t i l l think I have something l e f t in the Rood right arm." All the smut?. Bob said curliest-| ly, t h e "baseball writers and f u n s ' of Cleveland and Ohio have been very p a t i e n t with some of the lean years I've had." Boli was honored as M a n - o f - t h c - Y c n r in Cleveland for 1051 at the s i x t h f i n n u n t b o u q u e t of the local chapter of the Baseball Wi'lt- Associnlion. He took the occasion to ilemi/c what he hopes to do in Iho f u t u r e : 1. He'd l i k e to pilch « f o u r t h no- h l l l e r something no major leacue pitcher bus ever done. 2. He'd like to win 300 pnmcs. He has 230 now, board and H ^ A D I N ' FOR THE LAST R O U N D - U P - A lull] Lralcd l - i l l IbM d i d n ' t chouse to walk the |. 1: t mile lo a LPS AiiRclcs pnckinghoiin: pill up a K"ort figlil u n l i l he w.n. :.ul::iuctl by a p n « ; c of police- nii-ii The stubborn steer was one of seven t h a i escaped. Six w e r e caught eailly, l)ill Ihis one led m-jtorists a merry chase through 20 blocks of h e a v y l.os Ani!-!rs trallii- I r f u i e policemen from f i v e cruisers lusbucd and grounded him. Changes Suggested In Hunting Regulations Little Hoek-(/IVThe Ark.infiHB Cr;ime ami Fish Conimission today wns to fix 1952 h u n t i n g rrguln- ":ins. Several ch;in((cs were isURRCBled iit n p u b l i c hearing yesterday. A closed squirrel sc;iMn d u r h i R the deer l i u n t l n f t scnson. ['losing of turkey scfir.on for fov- cr;il years to permit » b u i l d - u p in the stnle's .-Uitck of the big fowl. A restricted .shooting season on ."dibits, which now may be hunted .invlinw. I'rohibil use of t h e .22 ralibrr r i f l e a.s fi weapon for k i l l i n g deer. fights Last Niqht flu The A*iirtntrtl rrr-m Phi1:idclphi:i -- f , i ji h t w e I « h t | C'hiitnpion . J i m m y O u t e r . Uft. N e w ! Vni-k. m i l p n i n i e d M f i f i o Tri({o. 138,' Los AncHos. 10. nnn title. C h i i - n R o -- M I I S C K W n r d . I5R. Dr. i I r o i t . drew w i t h George Sherman,! I lift. Chirnco. ft. New Y i i r k -- W i t l l j t c i : nnd Smith. 138. Cinc.-inn;ili, ouipnintod Teddy lied Top D.ivis. 132, New York. 8. Trenton, N. J . -- C I r n n Titk.ich, 132, Trcnlon, outpointed Kilibcrlo (Jsjtrio 127 Puerto Flier). 0. R i c h m o n d . V;i. - Basil M;trir, 137, P h i l . i d e l p h i a , outpointed Ai.-mni Uboldi. I .IB. M i l f i n . Italy. H. Washington- . J u l i a n Kpenc. 177, V/jisliiimt'in. KO A r t Henri, I D f ) , Now York. 2. New Orleans-- H t i l p h Dup;is, 134, New Oi leans, outpointed .Johnny Capitaii", 13ft, New Orleans, fi seoRse fiUKAft FOR JO? iAPC/t/Cty KtllCH COACH, AT St JOHtfS. Iowa's Loss To Indiana Reduces Unbeaten College Teams To Four New Yorl;-i/lVOni.v f o u r col- wostrrn-Michlsan tilt was * m» ICKiati; bnskclbnll teams--Illinois,' Icr of Northwestern taklnl If St. U o n n v e n l u r e . Kansas antl I j i i - j lead In the second h a l f - a n d Mid- qiiMiic- were l e f t on tlie list o'l i«nn never quite catchlnj up. unbealcns t o d a v following t h r ! Meanwhile, Kentucky's snvjtui stni-lllng upwl (if Iowa. ncoriiv] Wildcat* hb.itcd Otorsl I n c l l n n i i shnllcrod Um-n'n 12- Tech 08-51 tor their MHh w i n n i n g s l r u a k Insl I'U'.ht Southwestern Conference so t h a i figures lo n ^ood four more Kensons. H. Bui niorn t h a n cither of Ihosc. he w a n t s to be in OH snolhsr I n d i a n p e n n a n t . Feller has Ibe promlco of a job with the I n d i a n s after he really is "washed up," ton. Ellis Hyan, Tribe president, nave the piomlM: at the dinner and said he can stay--perhaps in the f r o n t n f f l r e --so long ns the present ownership hns control. l i e said he hopes Foller derides In (mil p i t c h i n g when he linows hv is "through." Prairie Grove Tops Huntsville, 59-54 Pnilric Grovc'a Tl«cm Inok an early lend HIH! hclri nntn it throughout the Kdlne 1;M n i g h l to defeat Huntsville, 59-54. The Tigers l«l 3. r i-2l HI the l i n l t and niHinlHined a near 10-point siiretul tlirougii the third anfl inn.st tt( the fourth quarters. Prnlrlc Grove reserves allowed H u n t s v l l l c to close thr K n p I n t o in the name. M r F a r l a n d led thi; winners w i l h 20 points and Berry, tlie l a n k y EaRlc center, bucketed 30 for the losers. In the girls game U u n t s v i l l c warmed up for its appearance in the Robinson Memorial Tournament al Llitle Rock later this week by out-ball-cnntrolllnR Prairie Grove, IB-11. Wcflthcr.1 and Sanders each made h a l f of the Hunls- ville total. Vincent was high w i t h 10 for Prairie Grove. i;:une w i l h (in 82-fi!) victory at Rlopmin;:- lon. Ind. I I was a rrushhiR setback for I h e llnwltoyes, for it no! only ended their victory streak but al.«o knocked them out of f i r s t 1 place in the Western Conference race. I l l i n o i s , nUhniiiih Kilo, moved into (he top spot. The I l l l n l , tho nation's No. I team, led with a 4-0 record. Iowa now is 5-1 ill Icanuc play. This leaves one big question: W i l l any of Ihe r e m a i n i n g unbeaten--Illinois I)-". Kt. Uona- vcnturc 10-0. KIUTM» il-1-fl 'It" 1 DuqucEnc 11-0--fict throu'Kl) the season unscathed. Odds say no, Army's 11144 «|U!id 15-0 was the last lo f i n i s h wllh a spoilers record. Last season, Col- Kale went t h r o u g h Ihe regular sea- «m w i t h o u t ii Uefent but was slopped In the first round of the N C A A playoffs. I Darllni Gets 31 Chuck Dnrlini!, Iowa's b r i l l i a n t center, f o i t c h t bard lo give his lenm Hi lillh slmlghl win.. Hill, B f t e r collecting 31 points, he fouled out--and Indiana ran away w i t h Ihe name. A nine point f l u r r y in . the closing minutes sewed up the !eni|uc win hi six win. Krank Hnrnsny, wilh 2^ point and C l i f f Hasan, with 22, led Ken Uicky. In a Ulz Seven (tarn*, Oklnhom withrtood a Hearing Missouri rail lo defeat the Tigers 47-45, it Her mim. Missouri oulscored the Soon ers 1-1-2 in the final qi'nrlcr bti "lie .Michigan, Just couldn'l m i k It. Tonight'? schciVulc I s . n »pnrr one, .with most school* »tlll «n KaKod in hild-ycar examinillnni Vnnderbll I v i s i t s Tnnnetrft Georgetown travels lo Detroit «n Oregon Stntc nnd \yash)n?tol, SUlc- go nt H again In Pullmim ; Wnsh. taskefball Scores H nt A-meMii rrra | Cnhiiilis B8. Holy Croes «». ' . nnslon Coilcse 04, Dartmouth ll[ ovcrllnic. ' · I n r l i n n s 82, IOWH 69. .· Okl.'ihomu V\, Mlwourl 4S. Michiu.in Stale 50, WL-iConjIri It; Ohio Stnti- SB, MlnnCTota 58. Northwestern 59, Michigan 57. ; DoPaul S4, Forl Sheridan, 111., 4(1. Kentucky 1)6, Gcoruli Tech SI. Onlenary 02, New Orleanj Loy-: ohi 51. llooslers' starts. A.s usual, the Wcstrrn Conference had its inislomnry heavy Monday nlithl schedule, In other] st a i c Itmncs, Ohio Stale nipped Mimic- 1 .·= sola fifl-riB: M i c h l R a n S t a t e i Irlmmed Wisconsin 50-39 a n d ' Northwestern edited MichlRan 39-' 57. At Columbus. Ohio, Tom Wil- llnm'ji field coal wilh 10 seconds | left cave Ohio Stale Its I h r i l l b n j win over Minnesola. The K n r t h - 1 Mi'mpl-Js Slate 70. Mlultslppl' i Southern 57. Wesl Texas Slate «0, Hardln- Simniona 54. Washlnglon Slate 56, Oregon, Bowling M«ndoy l-aillet L«i»j[ii»: Wnrd'fl !r',- Crp.un r l r f f u l - ' f i \i\K IcnRin- IfinltnK T r l - H l H t r Kroup 2-1. while HUvi-rmnii'i mfivfrt up 10 n ll? for I IIP riinnT-iip pnfilion tn l u k t n x lu-n cainpi (rotn n. K. and Mllndy. n/.Tfk Cl.-iirr% surrrrcrl n 2-1 drlr-nt ,,i |li«. hAii'N r.l W h l l S!rc"! Kw. Cjiiti|thrll-ll«-!l nnd lltibum Brrnrt took " 1 tli ipcctlvf oppn ' . 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