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Fayetteville High Romps Past: Joplin, 58-43 Barnes Sparks First Half Scoring Drive Bulldog Reserves Play Entire Second Half Against Eagles The Faycttcvillf.'Bulldog express was bark on Hie main lino last night, high-hailing past Jnplin, Mo.. 59-43. The jsme was played «t Root Gymnasium. Sparked by Ray Barnes, the yaypltcville team displayed a elazp.ling exhibilinn of simoiln; that bewildered ll;p Joplin defense. Barnes hit 'six of the seven fliois ho fired from the field and made good his only two free throw pl- tcmnts, all coming in the first half. And as sharp as the .shooting i war., tlio Fayellevillp defense was its rriual nr heller. .Jnplin, a fas-t-, breakijls team lhat has "been ac- ruslo'mcd lo scoring better than ·^50 points a came, managed only two field goals in each of the first two quartrrn. Faycllwilln trailed ' 2-3 will] sbont I wo minutes elapsed in the Earne. Five minutos later the 'Dogs led 15-3. The quarter ended with Fayelteville leading 17-5. It was the same plorv in the sPf-ond period wilh Ihc Bulldogs taking a 33-11 «dw at the half. Coarli Glenn Slokenberry removed his re.aiilars from the lineup at the start of the second half and the reserves played the entire, third and fourlh quarters. Joplin did belter against the second Bulldog team bill never cut the lead lo less than 14 ooints. The Faypt.tevillc? substitutes discovered carlv in Ihc Ihird period thai it was hard to drive through the Katies' defense and were content to take Ions shots from outside the free throw circle. Tim proved effective enough as thev bit on 12 of 24 shots taken In the last two periods. I Larry Head, the only player to see arlion throughout I he entire game, took only Ihree shots and hit on l\vo of .(hem. Playing as a substitute for Ihe injured Billy Parker, Head did an effective defensive job and his reboundine «lmost made up for the absenre of i'arker, the team's top re- boundor. Parker, who injured his hand Jn the same with Benlonville last Friday, has missed the last t w o games. However, his condition is reported as much heller and it is considered possible that ho will he able to play against. Rogers. February fi, the next .scheduled tame for Fayetteville High. In ;i preliminary £ame the Fay- cltevillo B-team trioped Joplin ·ffi-33. Kelly, of Joplin, was high with 13. Ronnie Morris was high for Fayetteville with II. The box score: .Inplin Porkers, Shoats Jo Play In Double-Header Hey, Gimme The Ball! I'umphrey, f McCnskill, f . , I.undsfnim, f .. Fan-is. [ 1tov,*e, c Pto\ f etis, c ., Smith. K Antle, g .__ fc ft o 15 13 8 '13 McConusll, f ______ Crudup. f _____ Williams, f _______ Trammcll. f . .,, . Trumbo. c ._ ....... ,, Pearson, c _ _ . _____ Barnes, p __ . . ___ Head, g __________ Hopkins, g ________ Joplin's Liggett ( 4 3 ) lias his hands on HIP ball but he is well sur- rnunc'crt by FaycUe'ville players in a bit of action orciirrina in Ihe first quarter of the frame between .loplin and Faycltrvilio at. JJnul Gym last night. Grabbing at the ball from the left is Hass Truinbn, Fayeftnville center ( 3 3 ) , and leaning over from the riphl is Larry 't'liF Arknnsa.s Ha/.orbficks swing 1 back to the basketball trail tomorrow night n.oL'liiiR a non-conference foo in the Pitlr-buruli Kan , Slate Toachcr.i in an 8 o'clock pamo at Ihe Field Housr. A pro- liminary tilt, st«rtiii{* al 0 o'clock, mntct'os Ilio, Arkansas fio.shmr:n and Hocbc Juninr College. Both janios HIT open to the public. Tho Porkers arc fresh from two-week layoff duo lo semester examinations. II n w r v o r, thn ps'mcss" is from ;t lack of com- noli! ion nnd not from a lack of work. Conch Presley Askew has .drilled (lie ynnncl rei'u'arlv an-I tMi'ips some of the rougl. spots fh;il rniprqcd with fir lo^s nf Hilly Hosier, the bit; nivnt man have born sninof'prl doivn. Piltshitrgh, coached by Johnny I Mince, ;i well-known conch and \f nffii-ijil in Ihis fprlion. is PX- ·1^1 I" offer a fairly s t i f f t for Mir Il'»^. Thn prc-'iminarv g^mp offers iho S'ioat.1 n chancp In e"pn 1*10 score with the Rcrfor f-rw. The Frosh osl an rarl'er lill lo the junior colle^o, G6-51. Love!lefte Top Scorer; Peftit Remains Second New York-f/P)-Clyde Lovelleltc '.nlisas' rangy center, has'slrcnj;- thcncri his grip on first' place in Ihe major college individual scoring rncc, according to figures released lodMy by the NCAA Service Bureau. Although his team dropped from Iho ranks of the unbeaten at the hands of rival Kansas Slnte last Saturday, Lovellctto still managed to find the rani.'c for 31 points to boost his averpge lo 26.9 per game. Thp sk \Tcraplng Jay hawker has amnsFP.d 3r7 msirkors in M games. Bobby Pet tit. Louisiana State sophomnrr, who tvniled Lovclletle Ity a !0th of a point last week, saw GROAT THE GREAT . . . By Alan Mover T#£ 01UB DeVILS CAPTArf /S of DUKE ^K ' ""^B Wvrfs UP o/Js - ^^ . · ^* of rue GREATEST Head. Fayctleville guard (II). An unidentified Jcnlin player, ore ai"n bis average slump .is Tulnne hold extending straight up, is caught in the middle as tho playdi-s rush · |,|. n i n m pnints on Snliirdny. lt.- aflcr tho rebound under Kaycllcvillc's basket. Fayetlcville won Ihc lit hus I'ased'.l.lB tnlllra In 13 con- gam,', 58-43. (1'iisUa TIMESFOTO). Miller To Call New Pro Team"Dallas Texam" Philadelphia - (/!') - A quick switch of names and an even quicker flourish of a pen combined to give the National Football League a new member today, to be known as the Dallas Tcxans. Roth moves were masterminded yesterday in the Philadelphia headquarters of (he league by Giles E. Miller, a Texas textile tycoon. Miller. 31 years old and head Jersey Joe's Manager Confers With Agenl On Matthews Fight for n 25.8 innrk. l.nvcllcde and Peltit can bnih add In their totals tonight. Lnvrl- lellc may have his work cut nut fnr him when he opposes thr rk 1 - fcnsivc-minded Oklahoma ACEios. while Pott it sees action against Mis'sisjiippi. Kentucky slill is (he (op point- producing team with an average points per oulin.2. nrfcnsive- rtor THE OHLY6PORT /fl MUCH HE'S - AMERICA -BEFORE FOR DUKE HE HAP A POZEtt 'B/a UAeUE OFFEftS- OA'l./ 6 F££T Mauri Rose," Famed As Auto Racer, Retires From Sport icchin, manager of W n r I ( I ly. the Oklahoma continue Mi'c'tvywcifiht Champion Jersey Joe to set Ihc pace, having allowed (he Waleult, was scheduled to confri 1 indn.v w i t h "an actor's apcnl""in Wn^hinpton, D. C., nbnut. ;i S25H.- 000 offer tn Walcoli lo rlofcnri his Lillr Hnrry Kiri Maflhrws. Bnrrhicchio tnarlc Ilic ;mnniincc- inrnt ,ns lie and (lie champion of ^ IG-member syndicate .from s ( 0 ppp r | h Prc , jj, s i n igiii nn the way Ihr Lone S(»r State, Ihus bernmcs i n a personal flppearance enpapc- llic youneesl president jn the NFL. mcn t a |. Lewislon, Pa. Wild loop Commissioner Bert j Walcott has been ordered by the I New York Slate Alhletic Comnps-'l sion to SJBII for a title bnul by j February 5 or forfeit the title in opposi(ion 44., r ) counters per same. Cake Contest Bell, Miller completed an :IRI monl to purchase n franchipe plu? tn Ihe players under contract Totals __________ 26 6 15 58 Springdole Cage Tourney Opens Three games tonight open the nniuinl Springdale Invitational Basketball T oti r n a m e n t. The double-barrelled affair -- featuring both boys and rJi'l.s competition -runs through Saturday. The schedule, following lonighl's action, calls for throe-flame sessions Thursday afternoon, Thursday night, Friday moniiiiK. aftcr- nnon and night. Semi-final gamrs ore carried for .Saturday morning with the finals to be played lhat - night. The. tourney is being held in thr ·old Sprinffctale gym. The District One Class A- West senior boys, tourney, tn lip held al SnrinHalc the last of February, will he con- · ducted in (he new gym now under construction. Games tonight include: Elklns vs. Greenland, af (i;."(); Klkins girls vs. Prairie Grove Kirk, at 7:30; and Huntsvillc vs. Prairie Grove, at 8:30. BOWLING DawnUwn DltMon Clank - ."Ji)R" Whcclrrs Drive-in re-CHn- turcfl the lean by downing o. K. Tain 4-0, whtln OclJtxr Cafe mnilft n de/m nvcrp ovrr Spyrcn' fso tn enter * three tCHin tie lor llie holloni rttnc The other match found Hob-Nob LI- asffiin," 1 ?* 0 - w - shiri " r m " *·" Wlicrtcr'S Urlvr-ln raptured hloh ·core honors of .Dm night \vtih H team stnflr niul terlcn of SH8-L'f,5i I'nul Spurlofk joined the "600 Cluh 1 with ZJG4M. Lcagut SUndlnfti WhcPlfr's Drive-In ............ 41 Hoh-Noh lilfiunr* ........ _____ ,, ____ 40 fipJTPH' F.*.*0 ...... "~ .19 0. K. Tfl\t ........ ;TMI..12 G. W. fihlrky nntl Son ............ ,12 DfLux* C»(« ............... ,12 -j to Ted Collins and the New York * Yanks. The syndicate paid $100,0(10 cash and agreed to put up $200.000 more at the rate of $25,000 annually. The 5200.000 will go to pay off the League's debt to the New York Baseball Yankees covering a rental contract with the football Yanks for use of Yankee Stadium. The decision on the club's name \vas a hie surprise as both Miller and the league had previously indicated the entry would be called Din Texas Rangers. Miller offered no reason for the switch but il was believed decided upon (o avoid confusion should Houston other Texas city ever receive a NFL franchise. Keep op with the times- ihc- Timw daUf. Scheduled that ^tatc. '"hp prnpnjjpd bout helwenn Wnlrnlt and Matlhows would hr held in T.os Angeles, Del roil, or Las Vegas, Nev. The nclor's agrnt was identified as Harry Hunt of Los Angeles. Matthews is r;ited as one of th r I r .-, m|) ;,i Kn anc i brinrt out Faycl lop liaht-hcHvywciKht rontonripi-s. I v i |j c - s f ()rcmos i P ; is iry moks Jack Hurley. M;itt'iews' imni.-iyor, · ·· hns said M.-iithr\VK is willing In campaign as a heavy\vciuhl. Money Raised To Be Added To March Of Dimes Funds A caUc conical and auction de- f^ncrl to boost the March of Dimes C .; m|) .,j Kn ancl \ n - mfi O ut Faycllc- Mrs. W. L. .Huntley's Whirlinc niiRh, a eanrlirlale for Hialea-i'r rass stakes I his scn^nn, holds liuuipoll.^ - (/P) - Mauri Hose, 46, one of tho best competitors in any sport, has retired from nuto racing. For the Insl IS Memnrinl Day fiOO-mlle j-nccs at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, thp top drivers cnnsidcrrtl nose (he man tn beat. lie won in lfl-17 and 1018 and was co-winner \vilh Floyd Davis in I!) 4 !. Mr- -was iQiidinR in IDID, 20 miles from Ihe finish, when a brnken mnirnptn strnp fnrced him out of thr r;ice. Two years apo, fire brokn nut- in his pit while ho w.'i^ refueling. He IctUM-d into thr-car with smoke and carbon dinxiclo /umcs .^till swirlinc around the cockpit nnd roared hack Into Ihe nice. Tnse is a cocky liltlc cuy with n hie mniKtache and Ivgprr ntjir. If he ever knew fear he dirln'l phnw il. lie smashed his cnr tn pieces in the 1015 race. A few ni'imlos later he TV;IS ptrollinK en I inly llnougli thn pits, chtirgiiiR his pipp. Last Memorial Hay hi? car lost a wheel and landed upside, down In the infield. He survived he- cause he know how lo hnnj* nn-- and because he dropped into deep mud. Again ho was buck in the cnrafio area a few minutes Inter shmvinjj no signs of nerves. But tho chmices Mnurl didn't mind taking for hiin^olf, he can't lake, fnr his twn children, he de- is [ cidcci. Tho mother of Mauri Jr., i- | 10. and Dory, fl, is dead. Mauri is divorced from his second wife. He January Sports Card Jan. 30-Mjiroh 3-- Sprln*itle Invitational Baskrtbill Tottrni- mcnl. J«n 31-- Porkin TE. Kanui Slait Ttachert, h*r*, ·fan. 31--Art:iiiKnK FriMili vs. Rrrhr Junior Collr(tc, hrr? r at fi p. m. hiviili:jiting the close nf the nual jinlin fund drive heir. ] The contest, sponsored by the j f ' ;i * drcidod. lie snid Inst nfclit al Cray's Shopping Center nul sup- j his linrno in Van NII.VS. Calif., he t.orlod by other locnl morciiants. ' i-an'l affm-r] f o ri.ik his life now. three track speed records. Team statistics show Hint the rrninrs nf Ihn UCLA fonth;ill Irnm | : - ninpPtcd in 44.fl per rent if ]i:o. i playing limn fhirinK I hi? concluded season. WMltrn OM *tfa lh« te«tl' Inf Fronl Burner* M unri Iht n. T. U.'i Hi fit nr * ' M 4f.r«m Tht Inf rr , loik th« Mifh Rrollfm, M. In of UN M M**\ ihf Hlih ftroiierH Irph Ifsni honors with 741-2,14 »nd MJi)ont rxcf^rjrrt othtr Individual t(- ·'rt?!*. will? IH-4JI. I « ronl Rurn^ri ·"· nrnllfri 7 I " 'I.'* 7 j rm*(t .-. ........7 I will he judged Fridny morn in 5. Tlic c;ikc-% pri/.c winners inc'ud- rfl, will be nuclionrd off Krirt.'i.v ni^hl. Pnirrcda will #n lo the Mrnvli of Dimes. Ciray's is hrnd(|uartcrs for the i (iiiirst. Anyonp, m?ui, woman or rciTiilly j child, can enter but (he deadline I for entries is H o'clock lomorrnw . ninhl. Any Kind of rnUo, frnin the ' kinrl gr.'in'lnmther u:o - l tn bake In ' Ihc t rites', rrfalini] frnm the \\mn- ; cn'.s maua/incs, is eligible lul the .'(HilP:(iinl.s nrjco tn donaln ; ihrir rakr.s lo Ihr Mar.-li of Hi me*-. ' And I hey should ho onlorrd on ! able plalcs tho nwiici 1 floos- | u'l v.'juil bwck. : Citii.v's is donating MO in cash : nr "rf;, Htirt various foo'l ninnu- "acturrrs nnd distrihutur/ tir'c add- inK $1 Hi wniih of mcrchandisp .-iri/rs. lr.» .-ffklftion thcro will he llic;,; pri/p.-: I'akn :i.-'il,inu nulfit fimn I,t-.vis I'mlher. 1 -. box of n;,Inn hn-e from i', Hcl\ ctlei'c mi.xini 1 . l)ovvl from Tuck's Scrvii-r Com- am' ;i year's fire, t'loa'ci n;n.s from Ihe 71 Di'lvp-In Thcnlrr. Tho cakes v;ill bo judsM Fridfty tnorninc by Miss Lorraine" WJI- liain 1 ; of Kouthv o.-torn Cins and l.lo Iric ('nmpatiy. Miss Mnry l*\olyn Una/, of Airtiuisas WeMP.rn {'ar. CoiDp.'di.v, and Mif.s I'mncrs Walts of the Univcrsily hnrr.e oco- nomic,. rlnparirnfiit. .hidftlnjt will he on lAAie. texture jjnd uppear- I Pt'l/O- 1 *, hpginninR A t $10 In cfl*-h, I plus merfhandle, will RO to thr Inp 10 cako makors. The Auction will np?n Friday Al 7 p. m., ni the Shopping Centre with * profculnnal auclioi^ppi lie will devote full lime to hlr. job as cnri'nrer al I-cv l -kh--ed Air- cinfl Corp., Burbank, Calif. CI;irniu-e K'hicf) Rnrlnn, crid coach :it 1'»r (Jniver:;ilv of New Ham[):,hiie, is a member of thn nns c"nnnil1ce or |hn American FnnthaM Co.'iches A:«socialinu. ANOTHER DEAN--T5iz7.y, left, «nd Paul De«n in DnltM m*kf · couple "f ch«nn« in Ihe delivery of Paul, Jr.. 14. son nf thp Utter. /MI r^:, -.»,, n ^ e idd c*n't miw, polnllnc nut that nc- hoi OIK I«i and ii Jizy. (NBA) 01' Diz pany and riniighnulr wll hi ps-.s- rt Ihrniicl, Ihf rrn-.vd. Mrs. fllvl.vr. Konnfm/in ulll p).iy the pinno /or Ihc nuclinn. the cirl»' nttional Inn champlonjhip. li onterfd In Chic««p'« Sllvrr Skulwi Dcrblej. Jnn, IB.J9. Slip outfoiilhl polio icvcn /««ri njo, (NEA) February Sports Card !·!). J--RaznrhiickK vs. T.C.IJ,, Kl Uttlf Rock. F«b. 4--RK»irbai:hit vs. S.M.IJ. litre, at n p. m. Feb. S--Arkanftit* Krosh v«. NK Oklthnniit Tfachers. here, at It p. m. Feb. fi--flu lid OR* vs. Roxtnf, At, Frb. R--Bulldog* vx. TnlfiH Central, at Tulnx. F«b. 9--RKorbackn vs. Ricr. A( lloufltnn. Feb. 9--Arkmipftft Krosh vs. Jonexhoro A AII, at Joneibnro. Feb. 11--Razorhackri vs. Texas A. and M., at Collar Station. Frb. J2--Bulldogs v«. Fort Smith, at Fort Smith. Ffh. J5--BuHdnftK vs, Sprini- flffld. Mo., lirrr, at B p m. Feb. 15--ArkannaK Frosh vn. TulKa Frofth. at Sslllsaw, OkU. Ffh. 19--BultdoKH VK. Tills* Will RoKfrx, hrrr. at ft p. m. Frb. 19--Rar.nrhAck* vx. Baylor, hrre, at ft p. m. Frb. 20--Arkansas FrnMi vs. Okmulffce A. and M., at Okmul- (tfe. Feb. 21.23--District Our West .lunlor Rn*ikftb)i)l Toiirnji- mrnt, at Rocers. Feb. 22--BulldoKK vn. Spriiift- rfalf, hrrr, at ft p. m. Frh. 22--Arkansas Frush v*. Fort Lfnnard Vrwod, al Wanc«- vlllt, Mo. Frh. 23 -- Rftzorbacks vs. S.M.I'., at Dalb-. Frb. 2S -- Raxorhackk v«. T.C.U., at Fort Worth. Feb. 2-Mflrrh I -- DUlrlrt Onr WM( 'lafs A Senior Hoys Basketball T o ti r n a m f n t, at Sprln*dalf, Feb. 2R.March I -- DlntrlH Onr Wrul :ia«v B Srnlor Ro\s Bahkelball Totirnamrnt, al Greenland. Fiqhts Last Niqht ·» 7 A e AHWtattA Tr^it Tnlodn-Archle Mnnrr. ITS, Tn. loln, oulpnlnlcd H,itnld Johnisun, 1711, I'hlladflnhln, 10. Newfirk, N. .1.--KfliHr Cnrmio, 1.13, New llnvm. oulnolnlrd F||. brrln Otarln, 12B, New York, S, Leu Anfiplc-'; -·- C'arloi C'luive/, 135, Los Anfldr.", outpriiiitpd Chu Chu .Ilmcncz, Uo« Ansclcs, in, Whilf P|»ln». N. V. -- lloi-hlc Ilayp.'. IB7, F.lmslorrt, N. V., out- pointed S»l BcllolKf, 168, Now Ynfk, «. Sun .losp, Calif. -- Chlcn HO.IK, HI, Honolulu, niitpolnlfd Rummy rifufrftn, I2S, 1.0?, Anneleii, In. nicrmntnto--Jnn l,(ipf«, 1.11, fi»or»mfnln. outpolntrd Frfddl* n*be llfrnmn, 13S, l.oj 10. Xtkanfiafl SPORTS a*** ·JOKIHWEST AHKANA5 riMKS ravtMsviilB. Arknn Wadnesclay, January 30, 1953 « $ Benlonville In Close Win Over Gravelle Fast-Break Gives Tigers 39-35 Edge Over Visitors B) lUHl PKAKMAN · Renlnnvillc - (Special) - Shnw- Itic fta:: l Ti nf np;tr excellence in Uin manly m 1 ' of t' l e fnst break, the BrntoMvillf; Tig(-rs rveti(-ii IMeir ; r'rier; v.'ith (ii'nvrlti- by dr- fealing the Linux 3t)-35 here l;ut nlphi. A fast break down the court nlayeti havoc with the .smooth- funytionlng Gravetto cage inn- chine In the third frtime when it netted four bnc'-.ctr, before you could run an Iodine swab across a ruptured nose. This flurry broke'the back of the Lion nltnck. which had keol nenlonville silh- lued Klnce late In the first quarter. Dllhert Uolson led Ihe Hejitnn- lle si'iiritus with II polnl.s. However, Melvin RlBlni!, with eight, turned in a lai'd.'ible nerforniancc holding Joe Men Hmmnontree. (1.1 Lion all-tllMrid c-nler, to Just in marker:;. Hammoplrce hns been averaging around '20 point.*: prr game. David Boyle, snerdv Grav- elte forward, collected 14 points for scoring honors. A field gonl by IDotson with a minute nnd ·!! necomls gone Have the Tigers the Initial load. With 45 seconds remaining In the first quarter Itonnld Polrels hooked It In lo give Ihc Lions an fl-7 advantage. Behind the shooting of llammonlrre, Gravctte maintained their lead throughout Ihe'necond quarter nnd led 17-15 al halflime. Karly In tin. third quarter, the locals catuht fire and moved abend 2.1-'II before the Lions could retaliate., T3y virtue of their fast breaks, which sometimes shook an many us three Tigers, ungarded, under Ihe goal, Hcntonvlllc had strelchcd Us mm-gln ''to 20-22 at the third lurn. · With the final frame half gone,' Boyle, n s-io senior, .swished three quick bucket* to knot the count at 33. A bucket by Rising untied the score. Now" In a semi-freeze, the Tigers garnered four more points before Hatnmontree found the hoop with 4(1 seconds left. BcnlonvNIo played without the services or Alfred Knox, hlgh- '·'·orliiE play maker, who U ill, but hir, hivilher, Edward, led the lunlor high cqund lo a 24-8 trl- jmph over the Oravctte Juniors. Kdward hil eight points for the lunlors In li-eir 15th victory In 17 filai'ls. McAllister collected seven of his team's eight poinU The box KCOI-C: Benlonville FO FT Ff .TP ing 4 0 I 8 Roberts .1 I 3 7 Dnlxon S I 1 1 1 Kumni 1 . . 1 0 1 6 Rmighlon 1 0 0 2 W h i l e . 2 1' S 5 TOTAUS IB 3 11 3 0 , Rravedn ' Ro.vle . . . 9 2 4 14 i I!, nichard.vm .. 2 0 2 2 Hainmontree . r i 0 2 10 j Poll-els . . . . 3 1 3 7 Flnley . . 0 0 5 0 Noel 0 0 1 0 Today's Sports Hit Tfif .Iwlltfit *'YM llorkcy D;H-OT. Switzerland--The United St.ites hockey team defeated D:i VIM fl-3. Football . * Phi IncMphfn -- Bert .Bell, -n»-·" liiimil league commissioner, and Giles E. Miller, Texas textile- mnnufnc-turcr, signed papers completing the sale ot the New York.- Ynnker.t nnd shift of the franchise:. to Dnllas. · . ' Major League Players clgned: -'. St. I.ouis--Pitchers Kurt Kricg- · rr, flick nokelmnnii .and' Jack' I'olliim, outficliicr Hal Hlec, -out- ficlilcr-infleldcr Harry Pcohutf l.owrey and first haseman Jlrn ' Oirkcy. Chit-ago White Sox--Fim hiiscman Eddie Tiobinson, third: haseman Mob Dillliifcer nnd pitch- ' cr Joe Dobson. New York Giants i -Outfielder Cllnl H a r } u n | r , j pitcher George Bambcrgcr,' catch- i. rr Day 'Kail and first baseman [ Marvin Blaylock. Cincinnati Reds S --Plleherj F.ddle · Blalcn and j George McPhnll, outfielder Bob Bnrkow.ikl nnd catcher fiobie l.anarllh. Racing Miami, Fin.--The Pinchcr $5.40 won tho Cocoanuts Pur»e .by 3^4 lonitlhs at Hlaleah. New Orleans--Lilly Valenti $II)JO captured the featured seventh race nl the Fair Ground*. . OI.DSMAR. Fla. --With Ease ^2D.QO took the featured Hacienda Purse at Sunnhinc Park. . Melball Scores St. I.ouis 55 Detroit 4S Wnkc Forest 55 North Carolina HfJ Ceornctnwn DC 70 Scranton 88 Henderson fll Hcndrlx 38 Little Hock JCi 95 Arkansas Slntc Teachers S3 Southern Slate 48 College of the Otnrki 47 Arkansas AM 88 OuichltJ 82 overtime SI. Muryu Calif 66 San Francisco 63 ovcrliinc. Denver 03 Colorado Slate 42 Idaho Stale 56 Rocky Mountain An outstanding fl»vor -- Junge'l Roman Meal Bread. 11-lU-tf TOTA15 Id :i 17 33 Collect'ons At Gomes Help March Of Dimes Funds for the March of nimc.-i were obtained at tv.-o basketball Kanie.s lant nii;ht. The sum ol V WO wat collected at Ihe C ;rcetdant!-Sprinf?f.'alc (3 learn came al Greenland, and 55.1.1)0 beliveon '|U.irlrrs of the KoyclteviMc-Jopllii, Mo,, snrtle at Hoot (Jym. 100'. Wool Loafer Socks Sizn 9-13 WE G I V E S k M GREEN STAMPS

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