Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 23, 1952 · Page 7
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 23, 1952
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Bulldogs Squeeze Past Siloam Springs, 39-35 Fayetteville Hard-Pressed ' To Nip Panthers McConnell Leads 'Dogs To Eighth Win Of Season The FayellfvilU Bulldogs, turning in thtir flattest flame of the season, w« havrl-prfsser] and harried in iqurpzinc past Siloam Springs, 39-,1S, last nlEht at ricroi Gym. The gamp was closer than the final rrorr indicated, too. as Fayetleville broke a 35-35 lie in thf tost 'M seconds of Ihe same Silosm Springs useil .a zone defense which managed tn keep the. 'Dog offense Vm the outside, and Ihe usually accurate shooting of the Fayetteville team was badly off. And coupled with this vas a mediocre defensive performance Hy' the hlgh-Hying 'Dogs, -winners of eight of nine games this season'. The Panthers nave notice at Ihe beginning of Ihe game that they were not overly impressed by r»'yetleville's record. The Bulldogs sc'W.ed' first, hut Silonm Springs countered willi two quick baskets and late in the period took a 10-6 lead. The Bulldogs tied the score at ; 10-10 at the end of Hie period. The Bulldojs worked their way inlo « 16-12 lead early in Ihe second -quarter, but experienced a spell of bad bill-handling 'that rn- ablecl Silo'anv Springs to score eight consecutive points. The Panthers led 24-23 at halftime. 'In Ihe thin: Springs had poor ...v~ ...... * -- : throws which probably cost them) the game. Three times the Pan-! their had a player foulH while shooting. On each occasion the Siloam Springs.player missed his. Harris Rytlinc. Just Before Eviction In Ihis bit of aclion, which seems Innocent enough, Hay tjnrncs, right, FayeltevllJe guard, and Peoples, Siloam Springs ijiiard, arc seeking possession of the half. Immediately following Ihe picture Ihe t w o hoys crashed into spectators at the end of Ihe court and were ejected from the g;ime hy referee Clint Thompson (barely visible with arm raised in Ihp left background). Tucker, of Silonm Springs, ts Ihe onlooker. The game was played at Root Gym last jii^hl with Fayctlcville winning, 39-35. ' ' (Puslta T1MESKOTO) Mrs. Ryttiug To Get Apology at halftime. ,-i J-v I . ' f^ 1 ' s~* ' , . 'vK !- rom Olympic Ski Committee first shot ami eleded io lake the ball out of bounds on a sinple free throw award. Out of all Ihose scoring opportunities thp Panthers picked up but two' points, nil a field seal by .lames Sclnoynr. . 'The Bulldog:-, irailliic. 29-30. as the last period opened, quickly took the lead nn field gnalr, hy Huss McConnrll and Bay Banies. Eiioam Springs' Tucker n?lle:l one to delay a Fayelteville s t a l l - But vith only Iwo a'nd a half minutes elapsed McConnell connected on another soal and the Bulldogs gained posrfssion. Leading 35-32 DIP 'Dogr sorted e ?,tall that was a far cry from the fine lhal defeated Forl Smith a (fv/ weeks bark. The hall-handling was off and- Iwic" Ihe ball was passed dlreclly ID a Panther player. Peoples picked" tin n free ihrbw sntl got IOOSP for a layin In knot the score at 35-35. with two minutes and 45 seconds remaining. At that point Siloam Sprints iyer was fouled in a l - ' New york : i/]'l-The II. R. Olympic Ski Committee is drafting a '"Her of anolocy to Airs. Suzy who was sent nine from Gri'idevvald, Switzerland, lasl week because she is prognnnl, Mrs. Ryttina is i "carded as the beauty queen of thp U. S. women's Olympic ski team. ("olirlney T. Hill, i-hairman of the committee, lermed the jncl- rlpnt "rrnrellahlp" in announritiE fiat Ihp lellpr of apology will lie sent in'MIT. nytting at her home in Salt Lake City. Mill, in New Vork en route to tfuropp. ?aid he would look into the matler further when he arrives overseas. He added tbal Mrs. Tlyltinc's Olympic uniforms would br re'lirned to hpr. · 111 Salt Lake City Mrs. riytlina raid she came home "almost in riisErac 0 hecaiipe til 1 * cominitipr was afraid someoiin would learn of my condition and raise a fpss." "I don't mind missing liip O.vlni- nics loo h-uirh," she lol'i ,!ni*n Moonpy, sports editor of Ihe Sail Tuesday's AP Sports Briefs T E N N I S Atlpl-iHi 3 , ^u::lralis- Oji;! f vit't nf Ovansp. N. .1.. nnri Hfltnill Rirharflpmi nf pylon lumcr, I aclvant'erl tn srmi-final rniinH Tribune, "bnl 1 r^rlainly I was trebled rather shstabi- Ifmntin? tn shnot -incl had a chancel J*I* Hie gamp. But the frp-? ''iin tliro'v t r v 'was nn gon r l and HIP My." Panthfrp' took Hie 'ball out n f j Mrs. RyllinK yaid 1h?t :-] boiinrif: in lien nf 3 · t '-?'"p n ' : '_' r .'y' I a^^P^ to remain ' in Kurnp This 'ptr^tpry failH j » s " t h c Bull- does 5lo1p't*if ball. ?.0 sftrend left. " Kennpv C'r brokfc IOOPP with lime 1 alivun.t for Ihp'clinrhins b^skei and .M«-- e had until shins with a 14-12. 1-G. (5-.^. (i-1 friuinp 1 " 1 In in, r i.fl I.IPEI-PP Heat »vpr f,pwis llnrid and Kpn Bofewall. of PhnrtijX, Al'J^..--GpnrC" (~F\- flipl!. Omaha, Nrh.. and .T^rk Fleck, pavrnporl. Inwa. fir^d lbvfl!» nndrr-par 60-; In lr?r) thf* fi*»lcl nf 1(0 rF^kins hnvMis in the $10,000 opon n nlr Inurnamrnt. FOOTF.M,!, ^slon, Pa.--Slevrn M. Hoknf' WRK appninfpd h^.td football contrh Iowa City, I Rumn F.llinli \va; at th" Universily fnulpd al Ihp final inri2 i?nn\ at \he Sun Vallry, Id.'i- FCnrinq | V1 takrn!, 1E , rrnu-d-l u,, for thf C'n'nnfll. whittle, rnmplolrd thr vith a gnnd ft-po thm 3llinng I IIP fan? whn ^^·^1 Jnc'otit. thr rlnnv by Ihp biiFkrl. MrC'nnncll was hiah worer wlih 17. Onp -Jonr : f. who playfd a n nut- ftandinp came fir thr Pniithers. scorpd 10 io Iparl hi. 1 - leant. In ^ preliminary lilt HIP fMevillft junior^ rompert tn a 37 13 rteH.sion ovor Silnqm Springs. Tl BuIlpupF led 20-3 al lhe half and hpr inolher or her husband Bill I'diil'*! have* joined her ancl atrom-. ranirrl her home, but was told by Rytlinc. who \v?r aim r nf thp women'.'; !!M ir Irani, nullified fnr tl- in 1 Marrh I n 1 fl."n sb? WHS 5PrniKl Natinnal Dnwuhill nacr. point?. 1oppf r l the Pups, lloran: icht of Ihe visitors' total, Olympic Basketball £j Trials CommiHed To New York Arena The box SUoam Springs Oiehm, f Schrn.vpr. c ,,. Poople?, n . _ _ _ Tucker. R . Tollpson, p Totals Fnytlt*vin« Tarkfr, f . Trammell. f Ci'uduo. f . .. _- - ?Trumbo. r . 1 McConnell, R . 2 B?mi*F. R.: 3 Head, c 0 TolalF -. . Ifi Kansnf- ("ily i/ri-MrnpFt M P h I, r O'itltfll| cnarh nf Iowa. Prior Stf.htli7atinn ai b j £ Ir-asnn rlljhr tn i| piyb( ppr cmf. Tb° h'f Ipp'rur 1 -lnhp arn. thp C^i'-P^" Whllr £"X -·mil r'nhp. thp pi)Ha'|nlnlila PhilMf5 and A'hlpHn= tiiirt Ihp DP- tmit Ticrrr- and C'lrvpland Inrlians. Majnr Icacii^ ]-layrrr; si^npd: Ry thp New Vnrk Y-'inkpr-;;, R*r- nnrl hasenian .Irrry I'rtlrinnn. Ry Cincinnati cati-hor Andy Spininirk, By thp noslon Red Sox. firpl ba.'-rman N'nrm Xau'rhin, pih'hpr l^olijn Srhu5ter and ratchcr S=m White. By \\\*. SI. Umip Brnv.-iw. nltrh- **i' Tnmmy Ryrnn. mitfipldpr Frank Raiicier and rookie first haspnian Frank Kpllprt and Ben Charles Likely Challenger For Walcoft's Title Jersey Joe,Expected To Ab : de By Edict Of Commissioner New Ynrk-I/TVnii* pincers lhal have been tightening on hoavy- we-leM champion Jersey Jne Wai- colt for Ihe pasl 21 hours today had Ihe ancient N"W Jersey bailer ready to give up his lucrative exhibition tnnr and sifin for a defense of his lille. Rut Jersey .Inc. who probably will climb in Ihe fine against !!;.- ?.ard Charles, had one ally--Jim Norrir-. nresitlent of the Interna- lional Boxins Club, which has a ··o.-'lYni-l \vilh the champion. Viicn Norri,', heard lhal RiMi Christcnberrv. Ihe new chairman Ihe New York Stale Alhlclic roniniission. had ordered Wnlcnll Io defend his lille'will-In 15 days have il vacaled in New Vork, Ihe IBC" nresidenl. ssid: "I had Hinnchl It was under- tood lhal Walcolt was to lie given the chance Io make Ihe mosl of Ihi? financial njinnrlunilies he hns as rbaimiinn before beinp required l n defend. 1 ' Rut Chrislrnbrrr.v obviously did 'I see il Ihat way. Originally. Walcolt sicned Io defend his c''amnlonshlp 91) days from,July IP. and acalnrt Charlos. Tl-.-il "-e,o| by (he boards th»nnli, when Wal- cnil hesan cashinc in on Ihr rrnwn. Now Chrislfnbei ry apparently ha-, decided the (imp has come Io a c t . lie also bypai:rd Mock.v Marciano'winner over Joe Louis and Harry Matthews of Braille. Two Tied For AlC's Cage Scoring Lead 'l.iltlp Rock-WI-Calvin Tlioma:;, Soiilhrrn Slate., and Manual Whll- ley nf Littln Hock JC! are lied for Individual basketball scoring honors in Ihe Arkansas JntiM-collexiale Conference with 162 points each. The official record doesn't 'include 1,1 Thomas scored a,-- Southern State dcfealed State Teachers 11-37 lasl nichl. 1'boma.s' average for five game:_ is I!. 1 .1 a garop while Whillry has a '.'n.:i -average, f o r ' cizht games. Both Southern Slain ond Afk'an- .·,,-is TPC!I are undefeatpd In con- lerencp. play but Tech i.- in front with eielil virlories. Southern : ; lale has won .'i* conference panics, but Ms latest ,'ictory v.ns- n'l included in Ihe official standings rclra:Pd la.'l "islll- The standings CONFEFENI;K School \V ' A r k a n s a s Tech iu Sou 1 hern S t a t e -.- - 5 llendrix - 4 Ar'.-ansss Slate . - - 3 Arl;ansa- A. M. - - 3 Stale Game And Fish Commission Votes To Put Restrictions On Rabbit Hunting . .1 n .10 3 f t ; Fl' PF ( 1 2 I 0 3 0 4 MIR Kansas City Star sport.-, editor!! T a v '" r raid loday thp Olympic Basketball ! Rv lh e Chicaco . is in a rlilpmrna on I Ihp Olmpic finals Vork in his column, WALT BEACH Ounronrwd Watch Wild Inwifl Cleanrn is t. ctniir simt rAVITTIVILt-r, ARR. Ph.m tin Cm Day tonka whplrpr Io Iv here ov in N Mehl wrote "Snorts Cnnimf The commiltee "prefers to hold ils Olympic finals in Kansas (.'liy its Olympic finals in Kansas City Ivnind l\v a commitment made by ils chairman. Howard Hob.-on of V a l e University, to Madison Srniare Garden'. "Thus far lhe Garden has re- firod Io release the cnmniill/e from a ve.i'bal acreement made by ITo^^on. Ned Iri'-h, who schedule-, caqe events for the New Vork om- ponuin, in:isls hp has (ft Ihe dates requested and any release to the committee now would r'enull in a lo.'s of revenue to the Garden." Mehl declared lha'l most of lhe rommitlo? prefers Kansas City 'because of the more a t t r a c t i v e lernv. I'-lrTch have been offered by lhe Kansas City Star Public Activities Association." nitcbrr.- Al Widmar While So.v. and Harold Little n f s iiacliitn ·ks College -V. jr: ... (.'7.arks .. . . . ..1 i f!c-ndersnn . . 0 t Mitchell Signs Pict With Tribe for 1952 Pel. i.unn 1.000 .Pfi7 .^DO .129 .375 .3 SO .200 .ion d'O Buys Pro Teom Kittle Rork-W)-A r«lrictton on mbblt hunting tentdttvely hns hfpn ipprowri bv the Arkansas Gamp and Fish Commission. Thf rommiasion ytrtfrday adopted a tentative rrKulution fixini; an pnn fifa5on on rabbits frotn Srp- Iember IS to January .11. A daily limit of eUM would bft allowed. This is the first time In history t h a t thf cnmmljiBion harf taken stop* to irMrlet · mbblt hunting. Onf reason for thp rc.iiildtion, fld- v«nreri by sportttmen, is *th«l it u'ould prohibit person* from beinjt in the wood* with flrearnu during thp time when hunting of other Ramp is prohibited. Thf regulations are subject to final commission arilon ntxt month. Thp comminsion Approved five other tentative regulatloni; ProhibitlnK vise of .'I'l mllber riflns and .10 photgunti hi deer hunting, nrqiiinnK Hut all bucks ktllrd iiH^e at Ipa^l P Fix inch fpike forked antlprs. RociUirins nil hunting (I'iRr, lu he licenced. Rptjuii'inc huniprs to buy a $1 tag In hunt drrr, Sprcifyfni: that MiuiiTfl hunters IJP limitPri to one-day bay limil of R. Giles Millrr, wealthy D»llaj, Tex,, textile firm owner, paid a reported $300,QOU Tor the NP.W York YanKep professional foot- 1^11 team. Miller houi;ht the V«n- krrs fi'itm 'I'prt" Co'Hns, New York radio rxcculivp rind plans \n rf- name "NP I P. am f'c nanprrs and niovq them tn Dallas. '(AP Photo) January orts Card S Jan. l!5 -- Buliriojjs vs. BeiitpnvJllr, Ht Rpnlotivillr. Jan. 2p.-nulld(jyM v:;. Huntsvllle. : at Huiil5Villf. Jan. 29-- Bulldogt vs. JopHn. h*rt. Jan 31-- Porktri vi, Kaniei Slat* TeachsfB. h«re. Slili Teachers Fivon Present Sports Setup roti.way-i/Ti- A i' k 3 n s a s State Tpaciici'f College rlopsn't wnnt Io df-pniphflyir-r iff ftthlfllr progrnni 'The loard (p ' trustees voted yfp- Iprriay to'cnntinu* 5iJl.Jslrilr.«l)oii «J ·thlptff but s»tfl ihr ASTC would fail jn line with othei 1 sta portM jictiools should thfy to rlr-rninfip5l7.r. Mr. 'Dnlph Camp, president «i Southern Rt«te CoJlfge, h«s proponed Ihhl the sIx-fitBtf supported ttchoplf In the A 1C form a Confer- ciit-'f thai would recognize sfdizplion of NOtTMWIST ARKANSAS TIM IS. fovtttovilto, W«dn«day, January 23, If51 73 Licenses To Marry Issued In Benfon County, Many To Oul-C!-S(aie Couples Churchill Boards Ship i To Return To England I Ncnv York-(/Pi-Prim« Mir j Winston Ct urchill waved i'on i to ti;c United Stntea early to- j The " British s: a f t e r ' I S days In the U J and Canada, silled i ibo.ird the liner Q '"" nrnloiivlll? - iSpeciali Seventy- three marriage licenses wen- issued at the office "f the Henlon ounty clerk Init. week. On all hut nine of the appllentlons the couples gave nut of slate nddre?sex. As usual Missouri WHS the home; itnte of most of the couples-- 28. Twen- ty-lwo gave. Kansas addrc«es snd 12 said thai they were from Okl.v hoina. California nnd New York acrounti-d for ihi! other two. Counlv .ludse Bill Bnfield mar- rled 31 of the couples. Local )ui- tices of the peace united 29, while. 13 chose to be married by m i n - : a r y - Ijtern. j He puffed a cigar und w The nine couples married from | hrtc/ily to several hundred the NorlhwcBl Arknnsas Rn-u nre: I '""s who came to ate hiw all James Warren Illcvlnn nnd Nell ; «'»« accompanied hy Flua. Dean, both of Roxm, were mnr- i Jipniarrt Onruch, hlj »c rled Jnnunry H by the Flcv. Iir-1 ' daughter, Sarah Churchill, Gray, , city representative*, Waller C. Wilson and Me- 1 The prime ml.-^-.ter spent » Cammon, both of lliw'tsac ·" r e i o f about seven nays In Wajf ninrriiHl Janimry 17, by W. H. Ion aiid six policy dlseut F.nllold, vounty judge ] with Prnirleni Truman, Austin Starr and I'atll Lou: Dolilhitt, both of nrntonvillc, wi-rc | married Jnnmn-y Hi by the Rev fi. I.,. Ballfnger. | Kennrth Ochclticr uf n«m-r.; i Knnpd FlJf 'and Miss llorotlw »':-v Morrkon. ' IIU H CU '"· Ciai fir-Id, were marri"rl J:inuiiry : ,,. . , _ IB by I hi- Ili-v. M-lvlii -., \;illi!ili.i.: W'""lrislon-(fl1-S*nl«ir » Rurl KtiRene Burnrll of o-li-wi.! i'.inh (U-SC) said tmliiy h« h Texas, and Miss Ma'hrl Uiuis" ', for iui early start on a Jive- Beubfiw of (nirfield u'ej" ·';itrl r d j t'-.pan.fiun f»f th«; atomic en January If) by the Hcv. Melvin L. : :iir)-i.-.-Fii pjannecl by Presi Vnushan. I Tnnn.-ii.i to cc.r,t b-tween five Wlllix (ilpM.ii and llh.M Miirici.^ , MuH rloll;,^. VHP Rlarcum, bolh of Springs, were miu-rlwl Jaun.-iry HI I- . r ,, by Justice of Ihe Pence Oi.irlir! RUSSIQ 5ayS U. 5. ' Fliers Were "Spies" Carter. ! Bobby Cciie Odk and ilillv Jo Rudo, both of Siloam Springs, were mtitricd Jiinuary II) by Jus- lice of thePencr Charlie Carlcr. L. 13. IJimcun mid Wihmi Hills, bolh of Siloam Sprlnfl*, \\-ere innr- ried .Ipnujiry 10 by Justice of the Peace · Ch.irllr Onrli'r. Frank W. Mtlchcll of TulnB. Okla., and Joan Fields of (,'nvc . - . . ., . .. Springs wore marrM Jnmi.'n-v 13 ! "'""wrt plane, flown by.the by the Hev. Iliibi-rt Gaylord. ' """"» TM' November . 19. , · . were freed December 38 after RAF Hnmhrr I'ra.Hhr 1 * Kijichani, tnglnnd-l/7')-A Royal Air Force four-enfiitird booiiK-r crushed mid hunted here todny. Imposed by i Hung»rl»n mill nR five of Its crew of njx. The court. nnrifi-l/Vj-ninsia awertecj t the I'nllcd .Slates hy paying $ DflO in fines lor four Ameiflr«n ors forced down In.Hungry "Rdrnllted" thiry were ipi»«, Soviet fiphters hnsed In 1 p,;iry forced down · U. S, United .Slates paid fines of J3( n each to s a v e them from * unlive 00-day prlnon tente kjllln plane v/as clri'lliu for when It h i t a Irr.c. landing An ButtundlnK flavor--,lun|f'» Rpijup Meal Bread. ll-l»-t Adierlitf In (he TIMKS--llj One was Si;t, J*me« Etari Kinjssland, Ark. und on«' C0pl. Dave Hendersan of Sfc i I ' C|pv?lflnri - Wl - The L'levi-land Indians received Pale Mitchell'? . Early I «inicd contract for the 1052 urason I loday and announced he would f;et Atblrlics. i the same pay as at the end of last The center fielder from Okla- ho;na L'il.v had a batting rlnmp at Ihe heRinninfi o f \ t h o 19S1 race Miami. Fla.--Ipiition si;!n won but Ihen rallied Io boost his final avcrasi' to .280. He Rot a pay bo-^-il ilnrin:; thr rally. The Indians usual, did not give (alary tig- Brown Wynn. By Ihe rhiladclnhia Ihirrl bar-eman Hank M and first Kisr-nvn L"ti IIP six furlonc Indian Creek Purse t Hialeah in 1:11) l-\ .Arcadia. Calif--SWP«| Talk ; j ^9!ore I .711.30 woo the .^ix furlrtnc fng! race al Santa Anils in 1:11 I- NPW Orleans--Sam II. f.\ err. nirsf ft F-iirfmuivh in I C . 4-S. ' : OMinia'. I-Ta.--(;rcal Phnlfl"- , $.', 30 v\ on thr six fin-lone Oranre -, ' Rlossnin Purse at Sunshine Park i '^ in 1:12 3-.S. i '·'·" Sampson Honavpnture 71 n ?'TOil 3". Oorgelown UC. rth t ' a r o f ' n a Stale 71, Ball Mercer 0-1. f ' e o r f t a P Tf,nn".te« R3. Vanderhill SO Wa: li'liclon Slale 45, Oregon Idaho Stsl- 67. V.Vt'in Colo., Fiohtr, Last Night ir Plain-.. N. Y. Billy 7'nn ^f \ V y a M . I'll, Trenton, f,' ,L, and V' f""' n^cfr v.-hynnli, 158. Quebec, drew, R. -?rl, N. J. Jimmy Walker, rlaindeld. M. J., and I'-olly -·iriitii, 1R1, Flcrninda, drew, 8. Toronto--Ai Unit K i n t, 137. PhlladHplna, 114, St. Catharines, WE PAY CASH FOR DEAD OR CRIPPLED ANIMALS Phon* Collie! 1111 Fayettivillt Hindering Co, l^i o, we didn't havf to build a nt\y engine, \Ve took Buick's valve-in-head Fireball lin((ine-\vliich makes the most of high compression. We drew on 1? patient years of Buick cnrburetion research. And we came n[ with more mifht, more wiles, from fas-right out nf thin air, in more ivnys than one. NVhen you talk about "miles per gallon" you think of fuel, because that's what you buy. But air's free-and for every gallon of gasoline, a busy engine can gulp more than 8,000 gallons of air. The problem IK to deliver air in the right proportions, throughout the full range of speeds at which you drive, A carburetor-big enough to supply the nir needed at full throttle-can be wasteful in stop-nnd-go driving. A carburetor sized for thrift in city traffic literally smothers your engine when you really give it the gun. So Buick engineers developed the Airpower carburetor - a four-barrel automatic-and here's how il works. L/oafing along, two barreli ar* working, two stay closed. And you get a low-speed thrift and smoothness that's out of this world. Ai you pick up speed, the "stand-bys" coine into ploy-feeding not just more gas; but more air loo-so you keep getting maximum power from each dr.op of fuel. You have 170 effortless horsepower when 5'ou need it-a tremendous reserve ready to go into instant action at the nudge of your toe. ^bu have the sal isfaction of knowing that you get (his power with n frugal use of gas. At 40 you use less gus than you formerly used at 30. * * * it That'* the story of Airpower ctirburetion in facts and figures straight from the factory. But statistics can't tell you the breath-taking joy of heading for new horizons in a great- powered new ROAD.MASTER, When can you do that? Better come in soon. Lois of other folks are Docking into our showroom these days to see the greatest array of new Buicks we've had in years. men beffer automobiles are built Sure is true hr'tt BUICK will build them TATUM BUICK CO. 30 EAST MOUNTAIN STRUT PHONE 213

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