Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 29, 1952 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
January 29, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, January 29, 1952
Page:
Page 7
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 7 article text (OCR)

Bulldogs Down Huntsville, Play Joplin Tonight JOINS ELITE CORPS Fred Corcoran Honored At last; Sharp Shooting Kelps FHS Past Eagles, 5HZ FayetteviHe Gains Tenth Win In 11 Gomes This Season A rip-mannfi first five minutes put dip Fa.yrilpvillc Rulldo^s in cnninnu'd nf (lipir q;imr · with Huntsville tosl night and enabled them to Cain ;i 5-1-42j'ictory in ihe came played in ihe , Madison County gym. Tho 'Dogs raced to a l(i-! edge in lhr firyt five minutes and in;iinl;iinod thai Inarsin . thn rest of thc same. . Wilh tho 12-poinl lewd cnmine (hut. early, in the unntrrU lhc F?y- ··cltevillc team wns content f n r thn most part to play its cards close to Ihn veM. shooting only \vlicn -A good opportunity presented itr.clf. '-. By Ujkinc limp on their allots thc '. Bulldogs compiled a ,571) shooting · v s\Ti*agc from Ihe ficlrl with four of the rix players gptiinp into Ihe : £%ne hitlinc above lho .500 mark. ·I-jOLh Ru^srll MrConnell and Larry · Trammel connected on four of five shuts. Following Fayrttcvillc's opening flurry of points both teams r.cltlcti down to ptendv scoring throughout 1hr firpl half, Jluntsville pullc-l lo'within six points at thc end of thc first quarter. 13-19. At the end of the half FayetteviHe led 38-27. In the third period, wilh Tram- tn*»l-hitting four field goals, Kay- clleviMe regained its 12-poinl mar-1 gin. k'iidins at the end of the; quarter. 50-38. A stall used up thc majority nf time in the final quHiler, each team celling fourj pTi'.'ilr; on a pair of field seals. Fayettcvillr, playing Ms first (Mine of thn season without. Billy I'arker in Ihn lineup, was a visibly \voakrr nutfit. Parker, who injured In:-; hand in the Bcnlonville c;imc last week, N Ihc (ram's floor lead- rr. an rxcetfrnl balM'fmdli defensive player and an adcnl driver. Parker is ex petM to be si'! P! i n pd a! ] pa s I. a week. Thai' means lhal the Tin I Id ME*, will play .loplin. Mo., Hich here tonight-without lhr services of a key member of the team. In Parker's plai-n will bp Larry Head, v/ho turned in a ;iond pprfnrnianre last nighl agninsl Muntsvillr. Head erorrd II points to place second In Fayptleville's scoring column · nd was adcqunle in other departments. McConnrll led wllh 12. .'oplin, wilh a nine-five record for the ticaron, is considered a *-imh opponent by Conch Glwin Slokrnberr.v, who points lo Ihe fact Hint the veiling team is composed primarily of juniors nnd that the team lost by a single point to the stronp Springfield, Mo., High quintet. FaycUevillc nosed past Sprinrfield by a j-ingle point. Tonichl's varsity game is scheduled lo ftarl at 8 p.m. at Root Gym and will be preceded by a B-lcain came between Ihn two ·chools starting.at {J:30. The junior high game scheduled ·t llunlsvillc last night was called off yesterday aflprnnrm due lo the Illness of .several players. Thc- box score; FayeilevillB KG FT PF TP McCnnnell, f -1 4 4 12 'Crudup, f 5 0 \\ in Triirnbo. c 1 2 4 4 Trammel, c 4 Head, R 5 Bi'rnp', s · ·'! Totals 22 Hunisvillft Krtwley.. [ 3 Patrick, f (i Berry, c 4 Garret, s ,'i Inman, g I) Miner, f;. 0 0 2 0 Totals ...If! (i 17 42 SPORTS Kc NORTHWEST ARKA1 Kentucky Back On Top In AP Cage Ballot Fealured As Man Of TM 1 * r O Bj- KAVI.K TAUIOT . w a y around, the tiallm New Yoik-M'l-Ketilui-ky climb- i ed into the No. 1 spot in thn week- i Jy Associated Press basketball pollj today--but the Wildcats had (inly ] Miller Ready To Spend As "Much Money On Dallas Pro Football Team; No Decision Reached On Coach OAVI.K TAUIOT Nrvv yort-f'IVI-'mlilie Cnrcoran tu-.cticvi-i · HIKOIUO«, Tuesday, January 79, 1952 ROYAt BREEDING SUB /^ By Alan Move Tflfl points (n 75fi for Kans;!* Stftln and 74.'i fnr third-place Illinois. The ihrrr wrrcr f:ir nut front. , Fniirtli-iilare Kansas Intel 523 ' | points and fifth-place St. Bona- '. Kcw Vork-(/l'|-Ciiles Miller, 31, vcnltiri-. unr of lhc (WH maiur xm- ; "" vcfl »"d yoiiniiost president In · ilpfcaifri IrHins left, linU'1,17. lhc National Foolhiill League,- Krntr.-kv. which was on lop n( l " 1 '" i «l f '»' I'hiliidrlphia liKlay lo Hip fir;.t Ihi-nc polls of Hie so.-isnn, |""" |llnll! ' n i'"i«lilie.s of changing: hired .12 first-place- vnlrs fiom the i 'J' c Ncw York Ylmks ln lhr nal1 " 5 Million'); spnrls writers nncl :;pnrls- ! k' | £' es - i ' J ho handpome Texas mnney- --MS PAPM'P GRANDDM COlMT FLEET AtlD rte/GH COUNT, WERE HtlliCH PLWSRc, MAY TO KHOW8 PKEPPED 0/iPgPl H'ALEAH'S PALM'S. TURF, ·$/ CLUB STAKE S /////Olff/ttBfff 5AMf AS tilS SRAHPPA PIP --aRAfJpMA MATA .HARI WAS (SUITE A RAceR, TOO Big Ovation Given Neale.At Philadelphia Sports Dinner vole i-a.',l-: ":·. Knc'i fii'sf-pliu-c counted in points, .sffoml place nine, and so on do\vn the !j:ir. noumlint; out Ihe first 10, in order, were SI. Loui.s, Du^ucfiic thr other undtrfcated Iciini. Jowa, Wii.shindim and West Virginia. Imnrcssive Jump Thn most impressive jump was tii'tdc hy Kansas State, wlik-li WPS s^venlh » \v'ocl\ a^o. The K-.Slaters huriR Ihe first defeat of the season on Kansas, which had been in the No. 1 or 2 spot for four straight wcchf-'. Tfin .Jayhnwks, incidentally, Rot only OUR first-jilacc vote. Tho iir.st H 1 took a real sn-aiiih- linjj. In fncl. lhc only {school thnt held the snot it war- in a week aso was St. Bowivenlurc. No. 5; Illinois, the (op of the heap last we~k, also t nslcd ils first defenl in fhc interim. uqnrsne, v/hich jumped from lhr No. 10 position, made its record 12-0 last night by whipping Villanova, 83-0 1, while the Illini Irounccd Purdue, 84 -.17. in the only games involving tti.st-lcn man Is Roirm inln his new venture · wilh thc diar.-ic'leiislic npliinism; nf his slate, hut if things don't fio^ (iny better than they did fni Ted ·' L'nllinji whose Yanks spent most I Tech Wallops Southern State For AIC Lead of their career wollou'lnp in red j ink he nnd bis partners are pro( pared in Ihrow as " :«cllville, Ark.-l/l'j-Arknnsns linrod tn throw as "m:ich money, lt ' 1 " s!nod t(irlll - v as lhc Oll 'y ""· ns nocrssiiry" Inln the team. " defeated Irnm In the Arltiinsiii Intfti't'ollrRiate Conference basketball rare. The yoiniK Wander Hoys, wlm o'fspt tlirii hick nf expcriciuT \vitn jpoed nnd hi lent, rcglslcrrd their HUh league victory In.st nJRhl .'is they crushed their nearest title rival. Southern Slnlo. BO-'lft. Southern, which now has n 7-1 "Bui." lie added yesterday In his first meeting wilh the New York press and xovcral of his fellow NKL, muKui.s. "InsiMR hi.':li school lc;uiis in Texas out drew Ihc Yanks laM year." Nccroes To Play lie also i-lcaiTd ii)i Hnolhrr dourly jioint * rcgardine Buddy VounB and » couple of other Ne- i '""" r « 1|)rd ' n '?v . }nn ... lost m " re ^,^^ 1 "r t :r^!:e^^--^?r n ^^^'l TI,« M i...j* i± .,,.:!,, ; » second high point .nun in the The re hud been xpt'ctiUilion Texas that they might be traded before Ihe season slorts. Answered Miller: "We have no inlenlion of swap- HK them off. Nalurall' I cwn't v.definiloiy l!'-'t they will ulay Iraiiis. Solon Mall jumped In llu , , , , . ,, ,...,..1,:. nhv ' chief t'lrralenine spot this werh nllcl tlwl J11 ul " cr h "- uf ' c ply ' ' ' ' lioklinfi clown the No. II which w«, K ivcn np by Cross, now No. 17. post, . , Hnly Alexander Named "Most Courageous Athlete Of 1951" I" hil,i(|piphia-(/IVS! ; J...'iri "Sliip" Alexander thanked "borrmvcd :ournRo" und the nifirvcls of mod- ' ^rn merlicine for Ihc privilege of · being alive lo receive the Phl!:i- \ Pliul *» ciir »''l'anl i imdcr conlrat-L yd. You nre. Ihonsh. Hint we're j coinc to let talnil like thai sit ' on Ihe .-Odrlincr." | Acti'ully, Miller i;; not thr sole | owner of tho loam. A syndicate. j of Mi persons i^ cut in, hut Ihe miller family conlro's 'Jri per cm I nf Ihe slock. Mfllrr w;.s HIP puid- jnq hand behind the purchase. Nn Decision Yrl Miller said lhr Kafirs IIHVO not decided nn n runch yrt. .limniy Phnlan, who ntcnlorcd Ihe Ynnks last .season is one of the loading candidates, but he has lpr - other rivals named by They include Bo!; PhiI.ido1phia-(/F)-A silver halrcd*- farmor football coach who wasn't e v e n listed on thc program slopped the show lasl night al the 48th annual Philadelphia Sports-j writers' dinner. Fred By rod, president of the spoi tswritcis, was introducing notables in Hie crowd. He called thc name of Earle "Creasy" Neale, dismissed conch of the Philadelphia Eacles of the National Fool- ball League. 1 The crowd mured. couldn't restore order. R y r o d J8 54|siphl to hchold. Not only fans, but j hardened spoi-ls \vrilrrs slnod and applauded for five minules. Nrale look three hows and finally, By rod 2 13 [ BOWLING Monday Ladies Leagus AH ,earns hnivicn' . r t n parts nf thn ·chcilujp in iwu sitifis In making up a ·cliptlu'c l.tg Wn!! StiTcl Cssti limh llohuin Brc;id 2-1 in the fiisl tnatdi mid Irnnniril GlrniiK Umry .1-0 in (he second series. Tri-StnlR SHIPS look t w o names from O. K. nnd iMilii1.v Ihcn trounced Hoisum Rrrnd .!-((. Ci'inipltcll- Bcll rlpfcHlnl Silvoniuin's ^ - ] . ilion Ion in O. K. «ii[l Milmly. I-;: (ilrnti s O:i : ry friiMined Ut-ntcirs Snack Bur 5-1). .itul lhc Sniick OMT pi nun ihrit Inst In O7.nrk Crimnrrn 2-1. Wanl s Ire Crc.iin flffc-H'nl ozarlt 2-1. thru lost lo Sih'erman's 1-^. All Ingii wnrw were lurnnl in tiur- *ni; Hie scrnnd vliift of hnwliiiR Wall Slrrot Fs-i-o blasted fii8-^21. while Hilda Pence fopFletl 4m pins for in- divirlusl srrirs find .fo Tc-«.1 of C; high toEgu* Standings Trl-State Ja 05 Silvcrnnn'-- Or;irl( Cleaner., . . Wnrd'n Ire Cream \V«II Slrpft FlRSfi Camphrll-Rrll Clenn'fi nairy Ilolsnni Broad ncn'on's Hruifk n-r O. K. and M(l;nlv \\-itli L i n7. i-allpd upon him to make a s "It's nico lo know thai I still have so many friends among the people who uspd lo liollnr from the stands, "Sit down Greasy," Nr;i|(! said. HP lold Ihc crowd lhal -Mm ("lark, president of Ihe F.aplcs "once lold me dial T v/ns (be r.roatest handier nf men hr had rvcr knnv Ih.-il good Cage Fixer Faces Charges Of Evasion Of Income Taxes New Yijrk-Wi-Salvatnrc* Sol- hi7.7/, cnnvkrlcd liapkollitil] ^ame fixer, will he brought tn trial in lhc nrar future for allegedly cvarl- inR $204,455 in federal income Solla"/.7.o was indicted yesterday nn charces nf evading $53,676 in federal incoim? t.-ixcs for (ho year inifi. hast sprinp be was indirfvi fur allcRcdly rvadin? $210.770 in income taxes for thp ypnr 1911. U. S. Attorney Mylr.s .1. T.nnc, a former professional hockey player, said thai the two indictments would be consolidated for trial in Ihe near future. If convicted on both indk-lmenls Snllazzu would i. I couldn't have hern be subject In a maximum penalty since 1 couldn't handle j nf 10 years imprisonment and a Jim. SSn.fHin fine. ' "nut Dial's wafer m-or the dam. | Snlla/7.o, who ple.aded guilly lo I iippiecinlc die fpnlinq you liavc I fixing baskelball panics in Mndi- sliown me here. II wns worth son Scitiarn Garden, is serving an lelphia sport.'iwrllers accolade "Most Courageous Athlete oi IP.ll." Alexander, who fniifihl his way back to the golfing tournamenl I rail after 17 major operation.-: for injuries suffered in a plane r.fa.sh. was honored last nignl at (he 4Blh annual Writers' Dinner. A Iso f el er I with roast l«cf n nd trophies were Princeton's great halfback, Dick Kaxmaicr. I he "Athlete nf the Year," and Hoh Ward, Maryland tackle, Ihe "Lineman of the Year." His face lined with scar.* 'and his fin;;crs. which or.vn runlrnllcd sonic of golf's best shot-ma It ing, still bent and bruise:!, Alexander 4ultl sonic 1,1100 diners Mint hr ov/c:l part of lii»* recovery to letters and IcleRi'ams of nncouragomenl from people all over the nation. "It was sorl of borrov.'cd courage," he .said. j Monday's AP \Sports Briefs 'ly 7'ftr .{ii'trl'iift Tip*. llnrkcy AruM, SwIlzcrlimiJ-- Thi Unil- ed Stales Olympic hnckry Icuir. hHtllol lhc Anisii tram, Swiss I'hnmnions, U' a 6-6 tir. Trnnf« Adelaide, Alislraliii -Km M' Grcpor U|)sct Duvis Cup sl;tr iiin. 7-S. 12-10. 'J-6. S H 111 111 V ncil SI ruder, Phclar.'s prp-lpccssor, Blair Cherry, Malty Doll and Curly LtunbcHU. He snlrt hp expoc'ls lo a ·ond league, \vas roiiorlcd to have been declared ineligible for failing tn pinkc passing grades, lie did not play again;;!. Tech last night. The upstart Wonder Boys, packed with freslimon and sophomore.-:, weren't given much of n cbuifcc .0 retain their crown v. hon tho ioaf:in npcnod bocuti.su r.f a lack l? j of exporlencc and thc graduation ^'|! of die great Dcward i^opson, high ' scoring center. , I^opsun's replacement, K. (,'. O'Neal, led Tei-h last nlKht with 17 points. Hill Bnyd, playing in ptave of Thomas, was high for Southern .vl'.h \'l. In another AIC scrap last night, Ilemlrlx nipped Ouachitii H7-U3 In two overtime pcriodn. March Of Dimes Games Scheduled At Prairie Grove Prairie Grove Is RnlnK nil out In the Miirt'h o( Dimes rxmpnlRn tor funds to fiRht infantile pnrnl Me snlrl he cxpc-cls lo Hiinminro "'j ' lh ? anpnlnlniTM! nf one ,,l Ihom ciialrnian Hill Klne ;,nniii.,r«l br .' irc '^.'"' ° .. .' hn '?.T ,,.,,,.. U.l. m.n,l., E Ihnl Iwu l^kcttall coming. It was worth paying the eight to 1G-ypar sentence. ton bucks for a ticket" Noato. said that while " p missed i · »· · . fonthall very much. "1 don't wan( I LdPlOltd LdCKS to coach anymore." Ncalc was dismissed roach after lhc 1950 seafon. No i P.I son i:\'cr was offered. Neale had lifted the Kaples from a lasl i)laco entry tn throe divisional i Loses Split Decision Frank Thc Eaclcs will piny Ibelr games in die Cotton Row**, which i seals 70,000. Mitlrr figures he'll' have to lure 25,000 per tjatne lo break even.'' Cage Star At Southern Slate Is Ineligible Magnolia, Ark. - Wi - Southern State College announced today its high scoring basketball center, Calvin Thomas, is Ineligible for athletics this semester because of pcholaslic failures. Thomas, H 6- fool-nine 'nch junior from nus- sollville. did not play in the Mule- riders' 80-45 loss to Arkansas Tech lasl night. Southern Statn President Dnlph Camp said Thomas passed only nine hours of school work in thr semrslnr ended last week, wbile die Arkansas Inlercollegiatfi Conference roquirPK an nlhlelc 1p pass \7. hours lo remain eligilile. Dr. Camp snid ThoniHS had told him he. would remain in school and attempt to become eligible for next season. fi-2, lo win die Australian crown. Trn rrlb;)ll Washinglon--Hilly Oiidle year-ol(K hallt);K-k "f the' inqton Hedskins said he is qiiit-i( 0 = tinu ^s an active plnyer, j nw. Today's Market-- 2 7 J N P I , lilies and two world chiini- Jjj, jiionships. ^ | An outstanding flavor--.lunge's. ·3 I Roman Meal Hrcad. l l - i a - t f l a*, i ma MinuM MTM. H M D . M * M n l * T U B M by cliampinn fiuc.'tr Flay Robinson anrl Irish Rob Murphy annoar lo have tfiken a liinh loll nn -lake ] ,a- rititla, boxing's duncd Rull nf thr Bronx. A l t e r a fjvp-innntliti lnynff. d»e rv-tnifldlrwrtglil IMM.--I rclumrd to tho ring wars laM niubt nnd (ironjjfld ^ Hl-nnmd split derision to Norman 11 ay PS, Rostou's 110- ypar-old Nt'gro hauler who has championship ambitions. .lake, now 30, npnnarrd fat and heav.v-.fonled at Hifl pounds. He punched will- his nldlimp icc'kle;^ abftnd'Mi but, ;tRainsl Hayes, wlm proved ea.«y to bit. .lake';; blows seemed lo lack llspir Iminpr x.fng. Referee Mel ManninR gavr Hayes a 0!)-!I8 points margin. Judge ilnhnny Norton !Kt-07 and Judge Jnr» Rir-cioiti firled wilh T*aMoMa, U7-!)."). LaMotla was a 1-1! favorll** wilh n fi pound wpighl advantage. Fights Last Night General SI. Antnn. Austria--Thp U. Olvmi'i' 1 women's ski t^ai Irimmcd In tlif maximum t of nix. The six arc Mrs. Andrea Mead Lawrence. Rutland, Vt.; .lannelte Rnrr, S n alt1c; Imogenc Opton, North Cniuvay, N. M.: K a t y riodolph. llayc'eit, Coin,; Hellv Weir. Hmaha, Ncbr.. and i SI. Louis LiveslecU j National Stockyards. " ! (USnAi-Ilnjis 15,000; fairly active In uneven; .weights IRll Ibs np 2. r i lower than Monday's avrr: ..i,-.. lifihlrr weialits and tnwh { week to mostly 25 lower; bulk S.; choice Nos. 1 and Z 180-220 Ibs to was! shippers and butchers Ifi-fiO-fifi; mbei ! ^rveral hundred lieatl al 18.75; 'most choice Nor-, l, ?. and 3 II30- 1MO Ibs 18.00-25; few at I8..1S; 250^70 Ibs 17.50-18.00; 270-300 Ibs 17.00-75; around 325 Ibs IB.fiO; 1SO- 170 Ihx 10.75-18.25; 120-HO Ibs H.SO-I0.50; 100-110 Ihs 13.00-M.25; Sandra I!. C. li.isrhall Hnslon Tomlinson, Vancomcr, 4011 400 down 15.75-in.25; 13.75-15.50; stags iraves rr In Mi!\vanl; farm i-lnl Scranlon, Pa. -- /.arh Taylor. 12.00-14.00; boars 10.50-1.100. Catlle 4,000; calves 700; Mem, ,lf] j heifers and cows opening mnrl- r j r i pnttcly active and fully slnady; ftn ' few loads hijjh nowl and choice I steers 33.00-35.25: choice mixed . ! ye?rlincs 34.50-75; utility nnd com- former ninnaser nf the St. Louis ' Rrowns. was named manafler of j Scranlnn of the Ivihtern l.eapue. nrookl.i'i I'.rooki.vn id the I'H.v of Vcru Bench. Kla., sinnerl a 21-year rniUracl for use of (he. DodRerlown sprint; truin- iHK base. January borts Card Boston-- -Nominn Mayfs, U3, Rnston, nulpointrd il«kf I .A Molt a, I BO, Nrw Ynrk 10. Rail Lake c:ily--Hex I^vne, 1P6, Salt l.ako City, knnrkcri out Bob Ornrr, Ifl6, I.PxInRton, Ky., H, rovideiiff, n. I.-- Johnny Hral- Ion, IftO, ChirnRo, knocked out Jan, 21--Bidldogi vi, Joplin, hori. Jan 31--Porktri vt, Kaniai Stal* T««ehori, her*. Robby Horado, 140. Now York fl. N'ew Yoik-Vinnie Mnrttner, 14(1, Palenon, N. ,1., knocked out Mnrlo Morrno, M7, IJavana Cub* 0. mercial cows 21.50-25.00; (-aliners and cullers 10.50-21.50; hulls nnd vralri'5 slendy: utility nnd commercial bulls iM.00-2fl.00; cutters F[ 21.00-22.00; individual head Bortod primr vealors 41.00-43.00; ini- (H'ovori qualily of the supply pro- duvinfi la run percentage of hifih choice al 40.00; wilh Roofl and rlinlpp moslly 32.00-40.00; utility and commercial 22.00-30.00. Sheep 2,500; opening trade *low; woolerl lambs /tilly 50 lower thnn Monday; parly sales good to prime lambs 20.00-50; About 100 head of choice Jiiu) prime 2P.75 lo ylilp- pers; nolhitiK rtnh? on yearling; agp^i sh^op Meariy; early fifllw utility to flood ulnughUtr cww 12,0014.00; aroerrllnc to weight nnd finality; cull ewos mostly fl.Ofi. ll.ofl; ARCfl bucks one prlre o( 11.00. Quebec -- KfriuiHln Hifnon, lift, Qurbfc, outpointed Johnny O'Dricn, 120, Iloslut I«. patncs will bp ployed tomorrow slum, HIP first painn slHrliiiK «t 7 o'clock. Merchwnts who do busl- HPK5 on the tiorlh side of Main Street will piny merchant* lo- caled on Ihc noulh side, and busl- nesR women will play in another Came. Proceeds wil jo lo help finance the Mnruh of Dlme«. Hindsville Mrs. On' tile McGinnis has returned from Ihe hospital, where she underwent sn opernlion. She is recovering r.Hllsfactorily. Mr. nnd Mrs. Irn Lewis mid lliiTC sons and Bill Galloway have returned In tholr homo In Los Angelas, Calif. Mr*. Gnltoway and !*on rrmslncd for « longer visit with rflotlves. M r. and M r* . EH Ma rlin a re visit iiiR their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Phyllis Martin. in Fuller-ton. Calif. The napti.it W.M.U. met with Mrs. Fred K. IlecH' Friday for the noyal Service program wilh Mrs. N'olen Chappc.ll 0s lender, nicmberfi were present. The next meeting wilt be wllh Mrs. Will Mnllnnd, The morning will be upent fiawinR fur undeprlvilpRerl children, nnri Unyal Service program will be given in the afternoon. Thn Tlcv. George WPK! of Prairie Grove prrachrd at thr RapliM Church Thursday night. He was accompanied by his wife and daughter. Mrs. Will .Jones of IIunl«villf! hfl« bought properly near IHnds- ville pnd will mukc fuT home thfirc. The Tlev. A. },. Ix*nko virltcd friends in Hindsvillp Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Allen nf Senrcy, Ark,, and the Rev. nnd Mrs, naymmid li. Rccd nnd son, Dick, of West Fork were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kicd F.. Rend Sfiturdiiy aftfrnoon. Mr. and Mm. MamhBll Whitfield and son nf Ffiyptleville were guests of Mrs. Whilfield's parent.*), Mr. find Mrs ROM Starnes, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Holland spent Sunday with their son and dnunh- trr-in-lfiw, Mr. and Mrs. George Holland, at Hiirtwcll. Mr. and Mrs. Cclnsllnn of HunUvlIle vinltcd the Hindsville School Thursday nnd conducted a Bible flory period. Mr. find Mrs, Clay Parker and son, Pete, Mr, and Mrs. Alv» McCoy and Clnlro C'fpger went to Fort Smith Saturday to Golden lh« tournamrnt /in*il.«. Mrx. C. M. Holt and Mr. and Mm. Richard HolHleld nnd ron, Dick, nf Roccr* spent Sunday in lh« home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Curlfe Miff VlvUn Trnllinsrr, daiiffh- t«r of Mr. and Mr*. Kills Tiollln- ffr, in improving followlnx n ftrl- rfolf clybs for Francis Oulmct, antl now hi,i honest Irish face peers from a five-color liquor advertisement in one of the current slicks. Frtddlf now In K man nf djs- tlnrttiin, rkhl up thpro with Ihr hlir came liunlprp. lhr Arctlr cx- plnrrrs antl the mfmhnrs ni ra(; snclffty'ft upper drawer who previously rcnolvcd th'.i hljfhfst acco- lailr. It I.i A richly dennrvrd reward and ntifi long nvprdur. It ix possible that Freddie would hfivn been tapped earlier were it not for his one serious weakness. HP lias always thought that Ted WllUnir.i v.'iis a better ball plnyer than Joe 0!Mn««lo. Wilh Joe now retired nnd Ted KoinR into the way around, the hallmw.'k'of * Cnreorfln-cnnrfuclcd «veni. ! V/hi!e he will wear his- u*f ind remain thr _ .... . .»ddle to. his host o.' friend*, it may be well to-wart those who would try to take ad"1 vonlasc or the beaming figure holding tht glass that he can,-wher, occasion v/arrnnt*, become a verj toush man. Indeed. IILi furd with one of the niUlwi'i Irnlinc railroads In famous. f« je»n ( ax he returned t« hi* hom« (own of Boston, Corcoran was bad- xerftl hy porters rapplnr upon hti door and dtmandlnr thai he clear nut of hi* compartment by 7 a. m. Krrrlrile #nt enough nf It. / . "I got to thlnkinR," he s a i d on-c. "whnt could they do if I gti up? So I called their U o w e d . t l u f f . " A considerable silence ran would l:c les.t li!:cly in future in enter lov: nigumcnti on the Inplr. Tliu only ones who might view Corcoran'.-: accession with mtxcj icciinjjs nrc lhc projftfiulonal Rolf- or.t. M wn» F'rcddic who made them what tlic-y «ir« tuii,iy. Jij luuli up l!:t- I'icii winter circuit to where a player who can'l win. say, $20.000 during thc cold months fee's he's a failure in life. A jraliftiH. RinhiUmiK jnnip aniniut tlir 1'GA finaljy .in.inaKnl to nlvi- Frrddle, tJic future man of distinction, thr old lie;ive-hn, and ilifly havt brcn rrcreltlhit it ever s'nce, \Vtiat llicy didn't know, or apinrrint;, was HIP fitrt that their st-ciiHfd rnii]n.vf!e hahituully Kpent more money nn loiiR-dinltnce trlrplmne rar H titan the total of his rxpcitfic alloivanrr, Corcoran, Mkc all thc bri^ht- fnccd youngsters who started out enrryliid rlubs for FranciK Ouiinei, owns an automobile ajjcncy in Roslon and Invcs to talk over vast difitHnceti on I ho Iclophonc. Tho picture in thn m.'tHa/.im.- doesn't show Freddie in distant cimvorsox, lull il should have*. The absence of our hrro'ti Kulri- R hfiiul was filiirlnnly evident during Hie recent unplcasiintnoss bclwocn thc pros and .Ion I.ouls out In Sun nicpo. Freddie, «mic- lur.':, v,'ou!H luivo avoided tnnt one. Thr old Brown Bomber would hnvc wound up boxing H benefit for Snmniv Snentl before Corocr«ti finished with him. Klnre h« r»«t (he men golfers Innie to iliift for Iheiti.telveii, the round man from New KnrUnrl hai rone on tn bluer and letter tlihm wllh the women, Me ihoufihl up Hie Weathervane Tournament, which is a sliamolo.ss slill! for a brand of female cloUiinf,', and he has ihc country's IcadlnK K a 1 Jiolfcrs bnttlliiji each other rlfjht acrn^n the country tn a grand cllmrfxj KomcwJicro on this city's oul- aklrla. , V- The playoff last summer. lo- Iwcen nnbe DIdrikson and Patty wits one of the highlight* of thc Jocju* t'portinx soiison. Amonj; those who followed every shot was Krank Coslello, then fresh from his television triumphs, and Ixvo larRc companions, Though the dny was quite wnrm t thc latter pair observed the amenities and wore their cporl.t jackets all trie members of. thc selection j thc rnrmu k. Kreddle looked ..,, . ^T 111 ^." ^^^..f 18 , 111 '^ f ;°. rcn : Unr.uis id add someone started to; change ll.e subject, I3ut one hard-' head insisted upon knowing what: had happened. »· . ; "Why." Raid Corcoran,. . "the : . siicl'.^ra took me out lo the yard.,and it cost me $3 to jet back to . town." :: Basketball Scores 'If) 7V Ititirintrit rer*» Pitlsbursli 82 Noire Dame 55 Duqiie.ine 83 Villanovft 61 Illinois 6-1 runhic 57 Jnwn Stiitc 7fl Nobrafka 73 Oklahoma City 81 Drake 47 · Kentucky fid Vomlrrbilt 51 . South Carolmn 07 Georgia Tech 48 Tonnesscc 68, Georgia H2 Arkansas Tech 80 Southern Stnto 45 Texas 43 Oklahoma 39 Boulhwcsl Texas 74 Sam Houj- lon 40 Midwestern 5fl Stephen F. Austin 57 overtimfl llcnclrix tJ7 Ouachlta 63 overtime Switllc 85 Whli.wnrth HO riiillips Oilers DO Ilegli Denver 51 Nylon Shorts $2*' Slit* 28-42 Whit* and f ctttl Colors WE GIVE * fc H OHEEN STAMPS OZARK THEATRE BUILDING SeeUt /It Owe/ You n Afford All fhe features YouVe Ei/er Wanfed in a Car/ You dmi'l haic tn dr!\e your nM car andlhcr mile--and YOU HWI'(--when you conxj in and drive thc big, economical N»sh Statomnn and gel our great proposition. Here's a dcil you won'l match anywhere--on thc most modern car in the world --Ihe new Nash Slatciman Alrflyie. Come in. See how we cun give you a bigger, better car for hundreds of dollars Icsi tlun tny other car (hit comptrra wilh il. Hear our wonderful offer, t.et us show you how tin we make it foi you to own a new Naih Statesman--NOW ' \uA Helen, DlrUlon ,V.i»-«i/./nj/» Corf., Dtntll, Mlct, MODERN MOTORS 12S W. Mountain St., FaytttallU

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page