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Bentonville No Match For Fayetteville, 64*30 All Members Of 'Dog Team In On Scoring Act Texas Aggies To Open Spring Football Drills February 25 College Station, - (Special) Coach flay Georje has set February 25 i the day spring training Tiger Cubs Topple Bullpups, 22-16, In Preliminary Benloiiville-'Speciali-ll look Fay- cHevillo's Bulldnes Iwo and a half mini'l"s to ,".ain the lead over Ben- Innville last night, but from that point on there was no doubl nc to Ibe outcome. The Bulldogs won, rontonville lonk-2-0 lead at the oul^ril on free UTOWE by Harold TJ'ibert-. and Alfred Knox. Fay- (Hevillc's Billy Parker tied the s-ore w i l h a d r i v i n g Inyup. but Bonlonvillp went ahead, 4-2, as Pobcrts slinncd in for a layup. Kenny Cruclup knotted tile score swin wilh a j u m p shot from j'houl six-feet out and Larry 'Trammel followed with a free t h r o w to |)Ul. (he 'Dogs into Hie bncl. T'-1. wilh two and half min- utc-i elapsed. From thirc the Bulldogs fnunrl more Ihan enough room in the 'iV-OV defense tn drive in for baskets. And as the Favetleville offense warmed up the Tiger otfenss cooled o f f . . Tlie f i r s t quarter ended wilti Kavellevillo in the learl. IS-IO. At l i a l f l i m c Fay'etlevillc held a bulg- IM-- 20-yolnt margin. 37-17. Coach Glenn Stoltenberry. who earlier in Ihe week threatened to bench at least Iwo of his regulars, started a lineup of Parker. Crudup. Trammel. Russ McCoimell and Larry Head. Ray Barnes and Bass Trumbo, the erstwhile starters. «aw th»lr share of action but Coach Slokcnberry never put bis f i v e most experienced men on the floor at the same time. In Ihc last two quarters Ibe reserve? saw inosl of the action with one or Iwo regular. 1 ; in the. lineup as a steadying influence. Bobby Muslims, who saw less Ihan two iiuarlers of playing time, exhibited a eoocl scoring eye making eisht points, third high for Fayetteville. Every member of the squad gol into Ihe scoring act. The smooth learn work thai was an outstanding feature of the Fay- cIlCTillc team in earlier games was not in evidence against the Timers, as Ihe Bulldogs generally stuck lo solo work in out maneuvering their opponents. B-Mitonvillr. evidently overcome liv the vulnerability of their own defense, bossed clown in Ihc second quarter and never came back as far as an offense was eon- icrncd, The Fayetleville defense, which was far from lop form, allowed the Tigei" many gootl shots. But Bentonville managed only two field goals in the second period, none in the third and but two in the f i n a l quarter. McConnell. with 12 points, was H-ii scorer for Fayetleville. Knox, wilh seven, led Ihe Tigers. In i'liiior hish game lhal preceded t h e varsity l i l t . ll;e Bentonville learn triumphed 22-10. Cawood netted 14 for Ihe winners. Preston bsiins for tin Texas A. and M. football team, Only 18 varsity lettermen. will be on hand /or tbf drills, 19 seniors having completed their eligibility this past fall. Coach George must look lo the "Fish", team which had 40 numeral winners and a rather small number of B- tcam men for material to rill bit gaps in his varsity lineup. A. and M". lost nine of its 1 1 offensive starters and rive ot the regulars on defense. Both starting backfields, offense and defense, have completed (heir collegiate careers, and Coach George will not have a .single letterman ret u r n i n g at the all-important center spot. Major portion of Ibf 18-day period will be devoted lo f u n d a - mentals, "plain blocking, tackling "and bull cirrying," said the mentor. lntra-squ»d jam planned each Saturday. George said the Ajgies stick to the conventional T Savitt Objects To Aussie's lijcniinxj - - _ - _ . :,"-siUse 01 Spikes season, but he will this probably inaugurate one series o( split T plays in order to make m a x i m u m use of Don Ellis, a B-team quarterback last season from DeQuIn- cey, La. . , "We don't know yet just what system we will follow," said the Aggie coach. "We will have a green team to work with, and we will use the system best fitted to our material." Returning lettermen include one quarterback, two fullbacks, two right halfbacks, three guards, three tackles and seven ends. Boros Fires 69 To Retain Lead In Phoenix Open Phoenix, Ariz.-M'l-SixL.y or more golfers headed into Ihe t h i r d round of the S10.000 Phoenix Open today aid the man to catch was still J u l i u s Boros, .a strapping 210- pounder from Mid Pines. N. C. Boros, a comparalive newcomer 3 tournament competition and /inner of only one major till?-the Massachusetts Open in 1951 -added a 2 under par 69 to his first Sugar Bowl Teams Each To Receive $126,232 Check New Orlcans-f/n-MarylaMd and Tennessee--t'nc two Sucar Bowl football powers--soon will receive checks for $126.232 eacli for their afternoon's work New Year's Day. M»i\vlanri won the game 28-13. In announcing Ihe pa.vofj. fie SiiRar Bowl sai'l a chock n' a v a i l able records indicaletl that t u c money is tile most Rrossecl by any team for nn.v post season game In history. Lest year the 1951 Sugar Bowl teams. Kentucky and O k l a h o m a , received $119,214.25 each. round 66 for 135. Just two strokes back or the par 71 Phoenix Country Club course was Lloyd MaiiRrum, of Chicago, who scored a 69 yrslerday after firsl round 68 for 137. ' t i / i . , Mangrum is back on. his fiamei YVQSnl DOtOn aflcr a temporary lull in the past I ^ throe tournaments of this ---··"·· Three strokes were Cary Middlei phis., and a veteran of 20 years on Ihe tournament trail, Johnny Revolta. Middlecoff. with a bit of scram Defending Chomp Loses To McGreqor On Slippery Turf Adelaide. A u s t r a l i a - (/Pi -Mirk Savitt. America's storm boy of in- l^rnational tennis, hit the headline-, on A u s t r a l i a ' s . f r o n t and snnrls pa"cs loday w i t h his 1.1- "linule sil-down prot"rt acwinst The incident happened Friday at I'-c Atlslral'i'n National Trim's Oaivvon*''' 1 ' matches when Tlcf- eree Frank Piper ruled t h a t Mc- r-oKO'- could wear sniked s h o"s n f l e r Hn f i ' l h Rnm» in t'-r fourth set of HIP MirGreiur-Savitl seml- Savill. Hie defending champion, rIM rii have soilicd shoes, lie clalmc'l il was u n r a i r for him to have lo play in rubber shoes on a sn'i t u r f court againsl n player w i l h snipes. McGrcpor, wearing: the spikes, wont OM lo eliminate Savitt. 6-4, 6-4. 3-6, B-4. / Discussions over the incident-overshadowed lody's all-Aussie f l n n i s in l'c doubles and women's ·sii"ics. McGregor and Frank Sedgmnn, Auslralin's top player, retained their doubles crown by drubbing Mnrvyn Hose and Don Ontly. 6-4. 7-5, 6-3: Tbelma Lung, after trying for years, won Ihe women's l i t l c for the first time. She beat Helen A n g w i n , 6-2. 6-,'l. Sedgman and McGregor play for the men's tillc on Monday. Savlll (old Australian newsmen i he was so upset by the spiked | shoes Incident ho didn't waul lo | I give interviews, but in reply to i questions said he didn't know ' whether he would ever come back ·:,r **!#, JfarttjttKrt JWRUIW ~~~ [SPORTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS 1IMIS. ruvttlevilli, ArkanMt,. Saturday, January 26, 1*35 FOUR-TIME WINNER? POH GZHRMANN By Alan Mavtr January Sports Card JBII, 20-^7 -- Slntc l!»ndk«p Bawling Tournament, I t e n t o n IJowllnn l.ano.i. EAT CIIETTI, h»n()m«le, m«»t b« itltd, |rlle bread, dmirt » colfM. All you tan tit, fl. rhlldrtn JJc. St. Jmrtti'i Ci nllc Churrh b««ment Tu**di Jinu«ry 21th. 3tartl«| ·( 3: p. rn, JJ-26-W Tnm»--H *t: Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory CMCRGCKCY TELEPHONE HUMMUS CITY HOSPITAL Phon* ItM OAft CITY WATEft PLANT P»»r» 111 IIOHT AND POWCH FIRE Pl»ei»« tS fOUCE ._ ·UIIHIM C*U»I« TRAIN KM CIVIl IMV1CI JOtl lECRETAniAl. - STANDARD COUMU FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE TAYETTEVILLE. AnKAHSAS PHONE l H. O. OATI% I Mite M//. 26 rtt I h ic K("»»Knn ' i f* i r*i · t i i " MI.-I.IH.-I MI: « n n i n ^. i-. ^«...K -.«-. ,ff Boros' Dace S^ini Si x t n - R n n K P n t " Australia. He said be wouldn't " 0 H «t Mem N P S :)IXTrl ^tJ nK - e( J , know ,,!, ,,,,,,,, plansjmlil his rc- Washington, 60-56 . bling, had a 70 yesterday, and Revolla, who admits to 41 years of afle, turned in an amazing performance with a 67. Eleven players finished the 36- hole point still under par. Johnny Palmer, of Badin. N. C., 69. and Fred Hawkins, El Paso youngster,?!), were tied at 133, and one stroke back wys Ted Kroll, of New Hartford. N. Y., with a pair of steady 70's. Prairie Grove Wins Two From Farmington Prairie Grove, leaders in tlis Washington County Conference, picked up another win last i .' I al the expense of Farminxton, !if, 43. Allen, with 15, paced the win- Woodruff, w i t h four, lopped Fayner , flagar, with 18, led Farr.i- cllevillc's c f f o r l f . ington. Tbs box score: l n (],,, g\ r \ s sam c Prairie Grove took a victory. 56-43, as Smith t u r n to the United week. States next I'aycltcvil C r u d u p , f --.. -- lloskins, f Parker, f W i l l i a m s , f Mead, c . Trumbo. c . MrConnell, K -Pearson, e Trammel, F ._- Unrncs. j: - _ . Tnlals Bcutnnvillc Dotson, f ; Calcwell, f KnoN. f Kniahl, f Rising, c -. While, c Roberts, g Kumoc, g Doushlon, B Brown. R Totals -- FT PF 1 4 2 3 netted 15 points. Cole led the losers with 11. Because of the centrifugal force o[ the earth's rotation, an object weighs slightly less at the equator than it would at the poles. Hobart is the capital and largest city of Tasmania. Seattle - iff*) - Dumped ignoinini- ously 56-fiO by Washington State's Cougars, Ihe University of Washington Huskies held only a slippery chance today of retaining a nlncc in the nation's top 10 basketball teams. The Cougars, playing on their own court at Pullman, paid (iff w i l h a last miarter rush and stall, grabbing a lead and then hold- ·inS it. The st-nre see-sawed t - n n t i n u - ously ns the nation's sixth-ranked team .found the Cougars had not been pwcri ,mo bit by being picked to lose handily to the Northern Division Pacific Coast Conference leaders. The two teams meet again tonight in a return match which rmild drop the Huskies into second place behind Idaho if they should lose. The Cougars moved into third position with last night's win; n loss tonight would throw them into a tie for third with Oregon. The Oregon five was the only nlher conference team busy last night, beating St. Mary's fifl-58 in a non-conference tilt at Eugene. They meet again tonight. In other major games throughout the nation, Colorado A. M. surprised Utah 55-43; Wyoming Montana 81-50; Baylor beat nice 66-54; Western Kentucky drubbed MiHini.'Fla.. 102-75, and Furman licked the Citadel 8R-63. U. S. Launches Grass Roots Propaganda Campaign In Red-Dominated Lebanon Town Friday s AP Sportsriefs (By The Associated Press) GOI.F M i a m i , l-'la.--Barbara RomacU, Saciamcnlo, Calif., ousted defending chaimiiun Clnirc Doran, Clevr- land. Ohio, in the third round of the Helen l.ce Dohcrty. Women's Amateur Golf Tournament, one up. Pahokcc. Fla. -- Professional golfers Peggy Kirk. Fiudiay. Ohio, Belly .Jameson. San Anloiiin, Texas, escanecl serious injuries in an automobile arciflnnt. FOOTBALL Washington -- The Washiiir.tcin Redskins of the National Football League, sinned Dick Todcl as licad coacti for f'c 19. r i2 season. Boston--Charlie O'Rourl;e, fnr- mei; Boston College slar, signed :i one year contract as head football ' held up and a hearing was called coach at Ihe University of Mnssa- Referee Rules Minelli "No Match" In Figh! With Johnny Saxton New Ynrk-f/h-Npver n rlul! nifihl at Madison Square Garden n f l c r Ihe t i g h t s arc over. I f n ninivKci' (tooBti't slug a rcfcrep, a t-pfprcs Slugs a f l g h t r \vith the rule- book. I.nst nielli rcfcrcr Rutiy flnld- "no infilcji* 1 for Brnnklyn's un- bpjilcn . I n f i n n y Siixtnn HIK! Klnp- pctl I h r i r linul a f l p r 1:27 of Ihe j seventh rotniH. M nielli's purse was Friday. clniscUs. . 1 Writ, what was II? Knix-kmil? BASHHAU, I Technical Unockoiil? Or what? Chicago -- First basemmi Ed , C h » l r m n n Hob Christpnberry nf Hobinson of the ChirHgfi While Sox returned his contract unsigned and requested more pay. Cincinnati-- The C i n c i n n a t i Heels i revealed Hint rookie? firs! baseman Ted Tanpc had been ordered to report February 5 at Philadel, phia for induction into I'T A r m v . MAJOR I.K.AOIIK PI.AVERS Ihe New York Slnle Alhlclii; Com- mis.sinn said l u t e lust ni(jht he Basketball Scores Plf T f t r .Iwnnnfrrf rrrt» Colloec of racific 50 San Fran- risen State 44 Waslibiirn 50 St. Hpncclicl's K«s 4(i Baylor PH nice 54 Texas Western 77 Sill Hnss 57 Southern Stale 64 Ouacbila 40 Washington State 56 Washing- Ion !in OreRon 69 St. Marys Calif 58 Wyoming "1 Montana 50 Colorado AM 55 Utah 43 BOWL KOH HEALTH Jim Benton Bowline Lanes-- Ady Attention Fisherman Our Live Bait Shop it now open Wilson's Gulf Station 300 W. MOUNTAIN By HILTON WVNN Beiful-WHri an area where Communist-led peasants already have earmarked their masters' mansions for use a f t e r the revolu- lion, the United Ktatei has moved in with a grans roots propaganda appeal on a small town scale. The village of Zahle. Lebanon, is the sile of lh« experiment. Located on the eastern fringe of Ibc Lebanon Mountains, the '/able- American center represents a combiner! e f f o r t of Lebanese villagers siH Ibc United States Information Service. The center consists ot a library, reading room, and .films department. The building and much of its equipment was provided by the people of Zahle. The staff In L-liargc is Lebanese. Books, magazine/, f i l m s and salaries arc pro- i idct] by the United Slates Information Service. ants who could get siBiialurCii. Each peasant was asked which house in the B'Kaa valley he wauled as his own "after the revolution." The peasant ordinarily would select one of the landowners' luxurious mansion.-:. The Communists thru promised him a clear title lo Ihe homo v a l i d aflor the rcvolulion if he wou'n bring in 20 siRnalures lo Ihe Stockholm Peace Pctilion. Whenever a peasanl brought in hi.-: quota of signalure.s, Ihe Coni- munisls held an impressive CCI-P- inony. liis name was inscribed in a gilt-edged book opposite a detailed a c c o u n t . of Ihe mansion he will net a f l e r the revolution. This By Cincinnati-- Outfielder Dick Sisler and nit'-h.rrs Harry Perkowski and .loe N u x h a l l . | By f'c Boston Bed Sox-- I'ilchcr i W i l l a r d Nixon and outfielder Bob j Di Pictro. ' : By Cleveland -- Pitcher Sam wnulrl rule il ;\ tccliniral linuckonl. Ycl you'll .scnroh the Nrw York rule book for works to find nny mention of such a t h i n g an a TKO. Rrfprre fiolclstpin Kfild hi? stnp- hrd it u n d e r Section 3 of the ruins, empowering referees "to ~'op » bout or contest fit any slnye and nir.kc ti decision if he considers it Ion one-sided." Fort Smith Assured Of Tie In Big Six Fort Smllh-MVFnrl Smith In nK.sured of at least a lie for the 1852 Bid Six Illsh School Conference basketball championship. The Orlzzliff, l". r )l s l a t e chumps, beat Lltlle Hock 33 last Tilshl for Iheir lOlh conference victory withoul a loss. They iiavr only two rnoro league cai lo play and ev«ry olher BlK -Six team hai suffered at least two «el- backs. A IOIIR j u m p shot hy David n«l- iey in Ihe laid Iwo mlnules gavi Ft. Smith the hard foughl gamt. in t*ir - f t n»T» By Ihe Philadelphia Athletics-- Pil'.'hcrs John Kune and Ed Btirl- scby. By Ihe Chicar,ri Cubs-- nilcher Bob Kelly and catcher Toby Al- woll. By Ibe SI. Louis Cardinals -Outfielder F.i.os Slaughter. Ry Ibc New York V.'tnkeef. -- Oi"'iel'lpr Bib Crrv. By the Brooklyn Dodgers -- parlly explains why Lebane^y Pitc'-'cr Hu'l Podlif'lan anrl mil- Communisls colleclcd 60.000 s i R - fielders Cal Abrams anrl Uon nalures lo Ihe peace iJetilicn out j Thompson. of a population of litlle more t h a n ] · -- - · a million. j Early Troubles 7,ahle has a unique relationship | In the face of such l e f t - w i n s BEHER PLUMBING FOR BEOER HOMES start ot (MdD Plumbing Co. Prn Ettimatm It) W MtunMfc with the United States because as many of Ils people live in America as in Zahlc. Twenty thousand still are in /.able. Twenty thousand more have emigrated -r the United Stale/. The /.able-American center met a double need. For one thing, the people lonn had sought a public ' pay for it. a real desire library but couldn'l Secondly, they have lo keep up wifli Ihe land nf their oilier half overseas. Happy Choice From Ihe American point of v i e w , Zahle was a happy choice for anotlier reason. Zahle h«s become » slroniliold ol Conmninitt strength In Lcbinon, partly because it I; thi capital of the p'Kta vflley, » stronfhcld of f Th» Comrnunltt parly Is outlawed In l.«b»noi) but left-winters cbntini)*. lo oper»U open)y under Ihe "Parli.'.ans cf Peart" banner. During Ihe Stockholm t'eace Petl- llon drive, Lebanon's Coinmunlst. 1 . offered Incredible reward* to peas- a c l i v i t j , liie 7-ahle- American ccn- ler had it? difflcullie:: from lle : oulscl. On opcninR day, Cnmmii- ] Elkins Picks Up Two Wins Over West Fork nisi.-, were ready of leallels denouncinc Ibis expre.--sion of "American i m p e r i a l - m." Popularity of Ihe cenler has W h i n s added a pair of virl'irirs; new j lo ils record lasl nifihl by defeating Ihe West Fork fiirls te.im a n d . hoys icam in panics played nl West Fork, frustrated Communist atlacks I h U h j The Klk tirls had a close c a l l . 1 far. Allhoufiti Ihe reading room ha only 12 chairs, an average of more than 400 persons d a l l y \ tall the ocnter. A d u l t s outnumber chiltlrcn almost llirce to one. I n f n r m a l i u n Service films are shown I w n nr three times d a i l y in churches, schools, and clubs all o \ e r the m». Other c l l i f k In the artf are h»- comlnf Intereiled. If f u n d s can bt made available, Tripoli In North Lebanon and Sldon in South l.e- btnon m;y have similar centeri The U, S. Marine.-: reported thil no putrnl employing dos was ambushed In the Pacific war. w i n n i n g 211-28. I'ole netted 24 points for Ilic ···liners and Kmc. i| with la. wi" *· i for Ihe losers.; In I'" bovs iii", -.von by t h e ! Klks, Mi-34, A t b a ' s I S paved the' way. Baker, of We.sl Fork, look ; bleb honors w i l h Ifi. The Kame.s were a part of Ihe I Wn.'.hlnelon County Conference, schedule. i Off both Florid* coaM«, nh«ll»rs | (jrcdgf lh« bottom «nd brine u p ! living molluskj of nil nzes, whlcli: are rorted m r c l m n i c n l i y l'-«roviRb projrenhily tmallcr icreens. ; An oulsinndlnn flavor--.lunse's, Ronun MMl Ilread. 1 1 - l H - l f i FAYITIEViLLI AUTO SUPPLY II GAIT MOUNTAIN rUlTYTEVILt-t.. AHK. VHOUC T7« CrvnkiMt Pwti F»i AH C«n SINES BODY SHOP ,.jnl«ll.ln« In Body ind f«ni« W.rk, 'nlnllnj. Stlilr CUu. UphaliMflnf. Sill COTItt. 227 W. Dlckitn Ph«n« 1M ·HUB front Ph.n. ITT Complete Drug Star* t*rv|u. tm Dtlivery from 7:30 A, M. lo 10.00 P M. PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency 412 Dtekaon It. LAND'S GROCERY WE DELIVER ·n tn-* Hfwoy--JUghf on Hit Prlct" 100 N. COLLEGE nit Also LOANS LICENSED PAWNIROKIR ROCHIER'S JEWELRY SOUTH SIDI SQUAII u ·H.K- SAM'S LIQUOR STORE F.ytfft v/Ht'i Waif Up.To-0«tt FAYETTEVILLE MILK CO. PASTEURIZED - HOHOGBKZED 1M MVTUAL "iqhts Lost Night Rv Tfic Annttaltt riynt New York-Johnny Snxlim. Mf nrooklyii, flopped Llvlo Minelll 1R1, Holy. 7. Rtferec stoppftl bou ruling Minelli "no match" fo Saxton. Ilollywnort, Calll.-ll«nr.y Davis 135. Honolulu, outpointed Bab. U? Roy, IWA, Oaklsnd Cnlif., 10 West P»lm 8«rii. Kla- - Chic Vcjar 142, SUmford, Conn., stop f d ' n n y Wirl, 144, Ro;inoke, V». « York 1$ Appointed U. A. Instructor The appointment of .1. O. York instructor in th« acronomy ^ir- imrtincnt of the University Col- fl of Agrlculturp WHS nti- mcfd today by Dean I.inoert fi. iB. It will lake effect February 1ft. York will devote full time In esearch work fo rlhc Hgrlcultural experiment station. He will be in clmriin of varietal testinn work with hybrid corn, imull Brains, and grain for forase mmhurna, and will alto investigate the possibilities of new acrpnqrTi 1 ! 1 TOPS for Arkansas. He replaces W. J, Wiser, who resigned la«t September to enter the crxHuulf school at Purdue University. WukiiiflfM (only FiriMfS Hutail Fire NnvriKi Organized 1922 1952 will be 200th Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Phon. 180 209 Nwtti Heck S*rM* MW( ITAHR CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Formerly Fiwlir't Fruit an4 H«wi SUa4)' "THE BIO LITTLE ·TORE i tn FAYETTEVILLE al 411 WEST DtCKIOH FHORI IM JOHNSON PLUMBING AND HUTNM CONTRACT 01 KIPAIR Corner Spring- ond ScliMl. PhttM IMC «MIATM SHOP" HARRY'S RADIATOR SHOP L*t Hirry ini««cl ju cMllM radlilor lor wlntu wuth«. new CMM EAST OF MONTGOMERY WARD TIME SHOP Ji,i E. Rock SI. Ptwot 1IM HHVICI tTATIONI - I I ! ' ". ""T**^T""TTM WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL CAR* ·B»r" WhHl Allf.mrtl ' Wh»«l |«l»cla« FRAME AND AXLE fTRAlCHTEHfllG 111 S. COUlbE, PAYITTIV1UI, AMI " " Make Whiskers Go! Like Treacher'Roe MOOKLYN OOOSH flTCHIR I CHILD!' 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