Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 25, 1952 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 25, 1952
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Dogs Seek Ninth 'Win In Game WithBentonville State Bowling Tourney To Re-Open Kansas State, Kansas Meet !n Key Cage lilt SECOND BASE? The Fayetteville High School .Uulldogs'gn after their ninth win in 10 games tonlshli playing the Bcnlonvillo Tigcrr, nt Behtonvillc. The Tigci'S have a season record of flvj wins and seven losses. A possible charge in the start- ins lineup .Is I" prospect tor the Bulldogr, who started mil on a" extremely fast note but have cooled off in Ihejast foul- Barnes. Larry Heart and Larry Trammel, a pair of sprl.ns-lerpcd juniors, are In line for (he siartin; slots should roach Glenn Stnkenberry deride to bench one or two of his senior regulars. A f a i l u r e of Hay Barnes and Billy Parker In come through in the scorini. column in recent The Arkansas Han/litap Bowl-*--~~ ing Tournament, off ia a food start last weekend, rtsumes action tomorrow .afternoon. The tourney is scheduled for completion Surf- day night. Many out-of-town bowlers are slated for action tomorrow and Sunday, among them the defending singles, doubles and all-events champs. But all will have jomr | high marks lo shoot at--marks | posted last week. i . The Benlon Bowling Lanes, scene of; tills year's toUrnanient, -.·!·· * i ? $unr* ISPORTS ^AifcA K av^ ^Ayr panics lias been one thing noted will be ooen to spectators inlcr- by the Fa.vcllevlllc .coach. I csted in the matches. Team bowl-. ' B - n t o n v i l l c , weakened t h r o u g h ] i n g will occupy Saturday'! card | much of the season by injuries to the lop players, will be in ood physical shape for tonight's game. Ti-'n his; man in the Tincr attack Is Mclvln Rising, a 8-2 center, who shools well and is an ajrilc defensive man. Play-maker for Bentonyillo Is A l f r e d Knox. 5-10, who is fast and a cood dribbler. Other likely starters for the Tiler team are Dilbert Dolson. « fi-lll forward. Jimmy Kumpe. six-feet, and rllh»r Harold floberts or Ed White. A preliminary- game between the Junior hish '"ams of ^ the schools will ' irl at 7 p. m. Tuesday's AP Sports Briefs two TENNIS Adelaide - America's pick-up doi-bles p a i r ot Dick Savitt and Hani Richardson a n d W o r l d Champions Frank' Sedjman and Ken McGrenor were tied at two sots apiece in the semi-filial round of the A u s t r a l i a n doubles tennis championships when darkness in- lerrunted the match. TRACK New York - lion La?., NCAA poie v a u l t champion from Illinois, withdrew from the Millros* fames Saturday at MadisomSquare Garden because of a knee Injury. OOI.F- M i a m i . Kla. - Pat Garner, Midland. Tex.. defe»'.6d veteran Polly Hilcy Fort Worth, Tfv., 1 up for the btzMst upset of the day dur- intr first round of match play in the I'clen Lee Doberty Golf Tournament. SI. AuKUstibc, Fla.-Kred Francis. SI. Ai-Ruslinc. unset medalist and favorite, May Taylor. Pinc- liursl. N. C., 2 up in Ihe opening round of match play in the a n n u a l Florida Winter Golf Tournament. RAfltiBAI.L SI. Louis - St. Louis Browns acquired shorlston Stan Rojck from and learn entries will he completed Sunday afternoon when a block of four'wind up the bowling in this division. Sunday morning, starling at * a. in., doubles and singles contestants take the alleys. Francis Halm, director of the tourney, announced this morning that final tabulation of scores chalked up last week revealed Bob Petleftr. of Jones Truck Lines, of Little Rock, as thi leading .all- events entrant with a score of 2,000. This tolal compares \yiih last year's winning total of 1.932 pink scored by Hush. Di.xon. of Hot Springs. Dixon gets a chance to retain Ihe trophy this weekend. Tiie defending doubles team of Piiiiky Smith and BUI Shepherd, of Pine Bluff, are scheduled to bowl at I a. m."Sunday, and the singles event chamn. D. L. Nichol.- ·nn, also of Pine Bluff, will swing inlo. his doubles event series at the same time. Nicholson is learned Wilh C. Bobbitt, ot Pin* Bluff in Ihe doubles. Marks t h a t bowlers will b6 shooting at thin weekend are: Singles--Bill Oraue. Fa.vette- vilic, 672. Double* -- I. SklnBtr. Hot Springs, and J. W. Trent, Fay- elteville, 1,299. Team--JOnes Truck Lines, Llt- lle Rock. 3.0«1. Blaik To Stay At Wtst Point At Htod Coach W*st Poilit, N. Y.-(/P)-C61. E|rl "rted" Blaik will remain Ih com- mr.nd of Army's gridiron forces but don't look for any miracles I when the Cadels lake to tile foot-' ball field this fall, I Speculation whether · 8 I a I k : would be back ended yesterday wti.h an announcement that he would remain as both football coach and athletic director, positions he has held since-coming to H**- vV'; MOXTHWEiT MUAN5AI TIMES. Pavttttvill*. Arkantm,. Friday, January 25, 1957 the St. Louis Cardinals oh wnlv- the Point from Dartmouth in 1941. rs. ' I The veteran coach, whose Army Chicago - The Chicago Cubs (trtmt have won 77 game*, lost tit boosted the price of 13,794 box | H,-,H tied six in 11 ytars, \v»s quick scats at Wrigley Field from $2 to CincinnHli-Thc Clnelnnali Reds onlioned left handed pitcher Kent Peterson lo (heir Tulsa farm club in the Texas League. Bristol. Va.-The Bristol Twins of Ilic Class D Appalachian leasue signed a working asreemcnt with (he Pittsburgh Pirates. Sp unitary orts Card Jan 25--Bulldogs vs. Bontonville, at Bentotivllle. Jan. 28--Bulldogs vs. Huntsville, at Hunlsville. Jan. J9--BulWosi «. Jopli". he«. Jin 11--Pork-Mi «. Kanaai ltat» Teaehen. hara. Brigham Young Dayton Eye Post-Season Cage Tourneys Kansas Clly-l/T) - Kansas and Kansas State will put a couple of first class victory streaks on the l i n e nt M a n h a t t a n tomorrow night in t h e i r bid for the undisputed lead in thr Rig Seven basketball nice. Plin^ Allen's Kansas .layhavvks. idle since benllng Nebraska J a n u a r y 14 for their 13th success of The season, have a winning string of Ifi games counting the last throe of last season. Kansas Stale, coached by Jack Gardner, hasn't lost ft one of Its l(i games in the new two million dollar field house at Manhattan. The (wo, teams enter the Rlfc Seven mime of (he year w i t h identical conference records of three victories and no defeats. Kansas State lias an overall record of 12 wins rind three losses this winter. Some 13.5011 persons w i l l see t h e first leapue mectinr of the two teams tills season. Kansas toppled K-Stale flO-flB Ih overtime during the Big Seven December tournament. Kansas tost its Nn. I n a t i o n a l rating to Jlllnni!; in the Associated Press poll the past week, hut placed second. Kansas State rank* No. 7. BOWL TOR HEALTH flm Bentort Bowline Lanes--Adv Atfnrlfew ta MM TmrK--It Mra Thompson May Be Key To Giants' Hopes For Second Pennant In Row New Y n r k - f f l V H a n k Tompson looms a.«; thf key f l B u r e In the N?w York G l a n U * hopes for a second straight National league Penn a n t . Thompson failed the fiianta miserably last year fnllnwln* (rent seamm In 1MO when lie ranked as One (if the best thtrd- hiiscmcn in the league. HANK THOMPSON The Nocro star nf Ifl.'ifl flopped both at t h i r d base and (lie out- f i e l d for Leo Durochcr's amazing 1951 f l a n winners. · Thompson signed his- If»fi2 von- Iract yesterday and Ml ihe moment It apptws t h a t he w i l l be nlvcn an npnrtunlly to plug the sup M second base, vacated by Eddie Slmiky who was sent to the Cardinals as player-mfitiaflGr, Hank came up to (life Giants as a second baseman and «1i*o h'is plenty of minor IcfiRUc experience as an outfielder. In case Thompson f a i l s to make It Hi second, lie iirnb.ibly will ho given a r.hol ftl the center field berth Hint Is expected to be open by the Impending d r a f t of rookie slnr W i l l i e Mnya. The o u t f i e l d urnblcm inny bo solved in another manner. IT rookie first baseman Tonkle OM- bert, who H!FO sinned yesterday along w i t h recruit pllchcr Vince l I.oreii7a, comes llmmnh. It w i l l enahlr Dilrocher to return Whitey I r f i c h m a n back tn pasture. Gilbert, a SfiO.OOO bonus player, socked 2fl home runp for Minneapolis InM year- and inny be ready. Gilbert f a i l e d 'to nuke the grade with i'io (IlnnUi'ln 11)50. Brooklyn, bcnlcn by the Giants for the p e n n a n t in n tlnrr name- playoff, annmmetd *· iffntni of pitcher Johnny ehmJtt in, minor league st»r, BoM]r';Morf4" oi Oklahoma City. . : ' Tuckers (Mck feto Biciuse Of "PTIJHKI" f.Vmway, Ark.-lJ)-Howard ''t*\ Wet" Monlgnmery riJlfrie* (nt»; [ at head football coach at Arkifl. «t« State Teachers Collele "Bt-' of eMrerne trlt!c!«n ar)i nrejstire leveled at m* and m) family." '; In a letter lo Preildtty Molar'; M, Irby, Montgomery tf*t4 that. he be permitted to become a full-. time instructor In phylitil Mutation. The resignation, to become «- . j f c c l l v e July I, l« to b* C»nii4tre4 ','! by the Boiti-d M Trmleai *tilren f. Montiomcry cirne 16 TaMheri from Tejarkana, Afk., School In 1847. Aero-Design and New Hurricane 6 Engine Give the Aero Willys Mileage up to Bowling The Ifrolid li»lf of 111* season .utarleH with f u r learns trlmmmc Iheir opponents 4-0. Those wore Fair- wav Slore over Coc«-Col«. Cy C«rney over Robe's Grocery. Mcllroy Bank over Dr. Pepper antt the noeers kee- irrs over Whit field Molor Co. Modtrn Motors started \vilh ii 3-1 win over Ferguson* Cafeteria: Tllcketl's Rrujs 3-1 over Procter Potato Chip*: and Krlley Bros.. ;-l over lti» Kilter Agency. Harm Comlriiction Co looV Crcifthlon's Drive-In 3-1 and C. A. Su-pnson and Son* took the first Mt league Ifadlns Stump Furniture Co 3-i. Thr o l her mulch found MHSOII'S Cult and Palace Drug fiplittinn n-2. Swamon's I h r e ? polnl win also hroiich' Ihem a Kerles total of 2.7M pins with Mcllroy Rank l u k l n t hidh nlnxle wilh 9M pin*. E It Sn.vle of Mcllroy Bank l)l»sled « ;«.1 si"«lr nnd hrok^ the ffOfl niArk flfllP With PfiR for ntt .Hirfft g»m* ferial. Cy Carney Appliances * Mcllroy Bank 1 Falrn-ny Klor* Mortfni Motors .' n Rickett'B Oruff.s . 3 JOIley Brftfl. Lumher Co, ITalin Connlruction Co. C. A. Rwanson's and Soi Pilare Mnl« . . .. . Mason's Cafe ^ FcrKuson'«: Cafeteria .._ Proc'" r P o l a l o Chip* Tnu nlll«r AIMicy Croie iloo'n f -e-'n. . . . . _ Crelphton'R 1. ve-tn smtnn Fnrpinire'Cfl _ none 1 * Grocery . to point oul, however, that bis decision to remain al Ihe Academy doesn'l mean Ilial Army'i football fortunes will improve immediately. "In fact," Blaik said, "I'll be happy if we do as well this fall as \vc did last year." Army defeated I only Columbia and The Citadel of its nine 1651 opponents and Was whipped by Navy, 42-7. Boros Cards fJ Tor Early Lead In Phoenix Often rboenix. Ariz. - f/PI - Husky Julius Boros, a sophomore .on . golf's tournament circuit, swung I into the second round of the $10,000 Phoenix Open today with two of the roughest comnetitors in the sport pressing, on his neck. Boros. 31-ycar-nid professional from Mid Pines. N. C., knocked out a five under par 68 iti the first round yesterday, and started out today lust two shots in front of Lloyd Margrum (jnd Dr. Cary UliHdlecoff. Thr scene is the Phoenix Count r y Club--6,578 yards long, par 3«-33 T -71. Seventeen pros broke u?r In the iniliaMR bol«f and I? mor« equaled regulation 1 figures. Boros. whose only eood tournament win was the Massachusetts On»n last year, toured the count in 33-33--(lit. Midrlleeoff. the «olf- ing dentist from Memnhis, did it. in .14-34--88. and Mangrtirp, from Hiicago. carded .15-33---(18. Win In Bout With Minello New York-'AJohnny Saxlonr unbcBten in 2( itarts. gels · ...chance to move up In the wellsr '. ~.".'.".~.'^.~.'.'.'. il | class tonleht when he meets Uvio M ....... J Minello, former European champ froni Rcriamo. Italy, in a Madison Square Oarden bout, Saxton, a Brooklyn Golden i I clove rrndualf of the 1S50 class. i*c«s of brnslilnt past Oil Dr. Pepper Coca-Coin \Vtiltrletd Motor Co. has K ' Turner, Johnny Rratton. Chlco { I Velar and Ihe other contcnd,ers lo S I ii shot at Champion Kir! Gavllan. ANGUS BULL SALE Ftb. 12-1 P.M. ARKANSAS LIVESTOCK SHOW GROUNDS 60 lUgiitorri Ab«rd««n An|ui lulli 1.1 Yaari 014 - Irem T«» Htr«l *l lk« ll«l« tHnrnM »T Irkinsu Aborton *»f« Brii^r J AsiiciiliM L«uii Dayton, beaten B2-43 by B r i g 1 lifim Voimg in the NMT tillc game, rang up Us 14lh victory In 17" starts w i l h an 80-74 decision o v e r ' (icornelown. Mifl. Don Mcinckc, f o u r t h hiHlicfil scorer in Ihe n a t i o n , paced Dayton witli 'iv points. : 1 J.aKidlc of Pbiladclpliib also New Yorlt-(/P)-BriKham Young and Dfjyton, f i n a l i s t s in t h e NJI- tional tnvilation.Baskelb.dl Tournament last year, arc a f t e r mother bid lo a post-reason lolirney. The. Brigbam -Young Cougars, winner 'of the NIT and defending champions In the Skyline Confer- ciicc. chalked up their fourth straight league victory last night continued in n i n n i n " for ,1 liitirim- willi a 59-63 decision over Denver.: incut bid, whipping Loyola of The Cougars, however, have not B n l l l m n r c flO-BS for its 1.1th I r i dune so well oulsidc of their own uniph in 14 games, league. Their over-all record is Hi the Border Conference West 14-5, including losses I" such court Texas bent Texas Tech 66-57. powers as ' Kentucky. V i l l a n o v i i , ·-· and St. John's of Brooklyn. Mifrtlsc Ih the TtMKK--Ii naya. GEORGE KEIL Quits' Blailfi hit komt «· JS. SAYS: timt! "After touch ball «»me, nothlnn pent me up llkt a coin shower arid « fresh, clean, nmoolh ihava w»ji « Child* lUr.r Bl.d.. 1 .wltclitd lo Child.' bcictuse Ch Id, B1.n«. - cosl lesi yet flv« me · «mooth«r ihlve. Chlldn' Blldei hit « home run for imoother Ih«v« every time!" 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It hna a new 7.0-i:om- preseion Hurricane ti engine, turning up !H) horsepower on r«f«lsr gaa. That's why the Acrn Willya U a informing ace, · record maker nn iniln.-igc. S»e Ihe Atro Willy* today--you'll m» *hy it in the talkcd-Rlmut car of '52. Ntvtr »iicli panoramic visihliily--you can a from (lie driver's sent, nee the road jult 10 Mt nhend! We invite you to ride in'tht Atro Willya and experience the cloud-soft cuahionta| of 1U unique aprin^ing, ncro-typ* shock ·bcorbtn tHd ruhbcr-floalRd drive. lioad-t«t it and MI h*v it» low center of gravity-only 23 inch«« from tk» nun] -holda it steady and sure on CUFVH. Set It now - the one that's really new for 1952. See the Most Exciting New Car of 1952- Willys l^^r Lyle Bryan Motor Co., Inc. FAYETTEVILIE, ARKANSAS

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