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Razorbacks P/ay Loop-Leading J.C.U. At Little Rock The Arkansas Razorbacks, win-* ncrs of o:ily one conference game this season, Iccl'.lc the toughest team of all, T. (j. U., tonight at Little Rock. II Arkansas tan wjn, Its flickering hope for share of the SWC title will remain alive. A loss, however, ad'tert to tin three already sustained in loop play, wntitcl settle that issue. The Horned Frogs, by far the outstanding team in the confer- enje. have a season's mark of 142 and have won four straight loon games. In addition the Frues demonstrated their superiority to the other Southwest teams by w i n n i n g the Cotion Bowl tournament without being pressed. A f a i n t lione that the Porkers can win the s-.arne was expressed by coach Presley Askew this week v.^en he said 'he felt his (cam \vns capable of pulling off an unset. Me admitted it looked, unlikely, but s?!.d he was not without sonv, 1 hone. Adding to that hope was the whirl-wind oerformance of Gene Lambert. Arkpnsfs' junioing for- warc 1 . who tossed, in 20 points aeainst Pillsburjj, Kan., Teachers. \Vitli Lambert putting a big bulgp on the SCOPUS column the Hogs' offrnse will he much improved. The T. C. U.' team, all senior in the starting lineup, is an experienced cr*\v that has good balance and exceptional denlh. There are seven two-year leltrrmen on the, squad, with an additional four un"-year letlcrinen. George McLeod, the 6-7 honk- shooter, is the center, in position as well as fact, of the Fro* offense. He is the conference's lead- Ing scorer and a ronsumate defensive man. Johnny Ethrirlge. 'a 5-8 guard, is also a key to the Froa attack. He leads the fast- break and is a capable scorer, ball-handler and defensive play- Overtime Games Mark Play In Springdale Tourney Stmi-fin«li and final games) were on tap today in thf wlndtip phase of the annual Spriiigdale Invitational Basketball Touvhs- ,menl. And the fane that havt Mfn regularly attending the sessions could look forward ,,te hu niore excitement thah.f.as already been offered. In Thursday's round, u p i f ii were the order pi the day. The i|nderdp^s triumphed in' thru surprising g^mes! Yestfrday it was close finishes that saw three fames jio into overtin.j periods. In fact, in the quarttr-fih.alc »f the boys, section of the meet the four winning teams sc.-red o,.ly six more points than the four losers. Probably the "bluest surprise came in the final iam«"when tht Bentonville Tigers squeezed past a heavily favored Harrison team, 44-43, in an overtime period, Harrison' was considered . the likely tourney champ in many quarters. Also winning overtimj gurnet were: Elkiiis over Huntaville, 59-51, and Midway, Mo., ovei Si-, loam Springs, B4r53. G e n t r y , coached by Mel McGaha, 'topped West Fork in a elvM fame, 41-St. Semi-final games this morninj pitted'Gentry against Elkins and Midway against Bentonville. Ovy in the girls' section of play Vest Fork turned the tables Other key then are Harvey Frommn, who has been specially adept at hittinfr from outside with a one-band- set shot: James Knox. a 6-1 forward,-- who is a food rehounder; and Ted Reynolds,- a 6-2 lad who is a fair hand at all phases o' the. came. j The tilt is slated for Robinson A u d i t o r i u m at 8 p. m., and will be broadcast. yy-1 , ** - I I I I " Arkansas iimt» SPORTS FHHts L«sjt Nioht lly 7/ir JsMJ'-firtW /TCM New Yorfc--Colcy Wallace, 197, New York, stopped Aaron Wilson, 192, Birmingham, Ala..2 West Palm Beach, Fla.--Rolind La Starza. 190; New York, knocked out Bill Wilson, 220, Hickory, N. C. 4. Hollywood, Calif. -- Gil Cadilll, 116, Los Angeles, slopped Jackie Turner, 115, Vancouver, B. C. 7. - The Rogers keRlers movtd . into first place on *a four-point forfeit from Proctor Polato Chips. Mcllroy B;mk took Swanson's 3-1 Tor teconH place. Slump Furniture look ' f o u r points from Dr. Pepper group. Kellty Brothers Lumber Co. split Z-2 with Fairway Store while Masqn's_ Cafe ,.nd Bohe's Grocery also split. Ferguson's Cafeteria defeated Cy Carney Appliances .1-1 and Halm Construction Co. took three from Coca-Colt.' The Rtttcr Agency and Hfcfcelt's Drujt took .three points each from their r e s p e c t i v e opponents Creighlon'i Drive-ln and Wliilfieid Motor Co. The n t h c r match found Palace Drug J«- f p ^ t i n i f Modern Motors 3-1. Stump F u r n i t u r e captured tca« scries with 2.771 pins -vhile Rickett'» had a high same of SSfi. Otto Gag* cxceed»d all oilier individual r f f o r t i w t i h hl-c 2M-SS^. LMRU* finding! Rogers. A r k .............. -- · Mcllroy R a n k . ------- ......... ---7 Fairway, Store ....... ______ ......... - 6 H i t t e r Agency . . . . . . ..... --------- » Hain Commiction Co. ... ....... - f .lickcH'-T DruRS - ...... ----- I · Cv Carney Appl'ances ------ _.. 5 Kolley Bros. Lumber Co. ___________ 5 Palnce Drug ---- ...... ----- 5 S'uirm Furniture Co. .. ____________ 5 Modern Motors _______________ ^ . . Frr-riisrin's Cafeteria (V A. Swansnn's Sons Crclpliion's Drive-In ........ Bohe's Grocery Pr'j'-lor Po*^in Chins -- ..... viiitftpid Molor Co ............ r-ca-c-' 1 ?. ........ _ Dr. Pepper Robinson Han Sore Back New York -- Sugar Ray Robinson Indefinitely postponed middleweight ' title fights against Carl Bobo Olson and Rocky Graziano because of »n aching back. ' HOME MADE HOT TAMALES TO GO I)U£ Doz. IOOKI You can buy Prtmlurh Beer by the COM for $5.00 or Men Premium for $4.00 DELUXE EAT SHOP 306 W. Dlcksan Phono 145 Make Whiskers Go Like 'Preacher' Roe IKOOKLYN DOD«M PITCH!* ·RAISES CHILD? (LADES .' 1MB WHAT HI IAYII "A a m o « t b delivery means everything to * rltcher. A amnoth ahave meana everything to » man with a teiigh »ea,rd and tender skin. That'i why I use n Chllds' ttlade. I find a Chillis' blade lives up to It* slogan, anrt leaves my face smooth M I AIM'S." -. "Pttuhtr" KM · riNisr $ T I I L · M O N I D IN OIL · T R I P L I IISTI* ' r on "Elkins, 21-16, to take the top semi-final bracket slet. Refers trimmed Farminsjton, S7-81, to move opposite West fork. In the lower bracket Gentry moved past Decatur, 31-22, and Sringdale defeated Lincoln, 3t-3«. Finals will be playtd tonight starting at 7 O'clock and 1:15. tfalcotl Given Extra Time To Set Fight Date N e w York--(JP)-Heavyweight Champion Jtirsey .Toe Walcett has been granted « "itay of extcu- tion" by the New York State Athletic ^Commission. The commission, on January 21 threatened to strip Walcott' of his title 'in New York 'II he didn't sign for a title defense against Eiiard Charles bv February 5. Sob Christenberry, chairman of the commission, extended Walcott's period of a;r»ce yesterday to February IT. A rule on the commission E books states mat a challenge must be sent to the champion on behalf of another boxer and upon receipt of the challenge the ehamp is : given 15 days to sign. Christcnberry's first ultimatum was issued before Charles, regarded bv the commission as the No. 1 challenger .to Wakott's title, had issued an 1 official challenge. Christenberry refused to name a definite date for a title defense in the event Walcott signs. He indicated, however, tliat Bill weeks to two months . would be sufficient after the IS-dav period. Meanwhile, Wakott's manager, Felix Bocchicchio, and .Tim Morris, nresident of the International Box f ini; Club, were due to meet in Miami today with Wakott's next fight the chief topic of discussion. Norris claims he has fn :con- ari contract for a return bout between Walcott and Charles. The IBC head- has stated that he will not release the champ from the contract. Williams Bills Bosox Best in Junior Loop Boston-(/O-Ted Williams rates the Boston Red Sox as tops In the American League, even ' without him and Bobby Doetr, thf retired second baseman. Recalled at a Marine flyer and due to report for active service on May 2. Williams sees himself at the end of the baseball trail that knew him as a $12S,000-«al- aried outfielder. "1 don't know what I'll do before coin* back into the Service," Williams said. "Tlv Red Sojf have sent me 'a 1952 contract but I haven't seen it yet. About two weeks from now I'll talk with General Manager .toe Cronin and decide whether or not I will take spring practice." laskitball Scores Hi/ Tin itte'-iqltf IVwl · Syracuse 71 Niagara 78 West Vl'r|inia.?r VMI M Boston College 14 Lemoyne NY 58 Buke 73 North Carolina «» Bowline; Green 71 Miami, frla «7 Ixnilsifinn College S» Southeastern Louisiana 54 Mississippi Southern 7.1 Northwestern L* State 55 Cincinnati 82 Ohio Univ. «S Mfssourl US Drake 61 · Tulsa !5 Houston 51 Southern Methodist '(2 Baylor J4 Arka,nsai Tech »$ Henderson 47 Southern State 5» Hendtl* S» Utah State 57 Brlgham Young 41 Wyoming 1i Celorado Stale 44 Idaho if Washington State II Washington 71 Oregon II UCLA IP St. Marys Calif el Oregon State 17 Iradliv 11 Sint4 Cl|ra 17 Sao ' f ranelsee- State $1 . Collet e «l Paclfit 4« Nevada M A«f. a\\tiv NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, FaycHovill., Arkansas, Saturday, February 2, 19(2 Stranaharuil Ties For Lead In Tucson Open Toledo Star Uses Only 28 Strokes On Nine Holes Tucson, Ariz.-f^-Frank Strana- ban, son of · Toledo. Ob'o. millionaire, and Skee Rieeel, rauirl rising pro from Tulsa. Okla., lead a.closet.v packed field of par- bUFttrs into today's third rounH nf the $10.000 Tucson Onpn Gn'f Tourney. They had 36-hole totals of 132. Rtranahhn, an amateur, in hp- Iteved to, have set a new PGA nine-hole record of 23 yesterdpv. His «1 for the 6402-yard. p;r-70 El Hio Golf and vCountry Club coursf was one of' the lowest recorded In the history nf the PGA. Somf of the hiEjtr-5-t names in coif, such as Uoyd Mangrum nnd Csry Middlecoff. are among t u e 18 pros behind the leaders by six strokes or less. This flat, desert layout Imkls few pitfalls. Of the 121 pros and amateurs who. finished the second round, 34 bettered par. Dave Douglas, Newark. Del.; Henry Williams Jr., Kutzlown, i Pa., and Joe Moore, White Plains. N. Y., arc one stroke behind. Mid- j dlecof f , Memphis, Tonn., ?nd I Ralph Blomquist, Los Angeles, have 135s. Msngrum, playing out of Chicago, was forced to settle for a par 70 yesterday. He has a 36-hole total of 138, along with five others. Morton Smith, PGA president, can't recall a tournament score to equal Stranahan's 7-imder-par 28 for the first nine holes yesterday. Stranahan practiced putting in a hotel room until 1 a. m. yesterday morning, he said. Yet two putts spoiled an otherwise virtually faultless game. His drives left him with short approaches on most holes. His irons generally put him within five feet of the pin. Kir by, Komach Advance Hollywood, Fla. -- Dorthy Kirby, Atlanta, Ga., and Barbara Ro- mach, Sacramento, Calif., lost one hole in defeating Mae Murray, Rutland, Vt., and Pat O'Sullivan, Orange, Conn., in 1hr second. round of International Four Ball Tourney. Retorts $208 Missing Rogers-(Siecial)-Earl B. Hens- Icy, 35, of the Healing- Springs community was minus S200 when he searched his pockets at thp Rogers Memorial Hospital Thursday night after his car had landed in a ditch on West Walnut Street. He was taken to the hospital in a Burns ambulance. Hensley suffered cuts and bruises in the fall when his car did off the highway. February Sports Card Jan. 3f)-FeD. 2 -- Sprliudile Invitational Basketball Tnurnt- ment. Feb. Z--Sa7.orb»cks vs. T.C.U., at Ultlc Rock. Feb. 4--Razorharks vs. S.M.U. here, at 8 )t. m. Feb. 5--Arkansas Frosh VH. N5 Oklahoma Teachers, here, at 8 n. m. Feb. 5--Bulldots vs. Rucert, ai Rogers. 'Frli. I--Bulldogs vs. Tulsi Central, at Tulsa. Feb'. 9--Kaiorbacks vs. Rice, at Houston. Feb. 9--Arkansas Frosh vs. .Vontsboro AAU. at Joneshnro. Feb. ] 1--rRazorbackii vs. Texas A. and M.. at Cnllejce Station. Frb. 12--Bnlldors vs. Fort Smith, at Fort Smith. Feb. 15--Bulldogs vs. Sprint- field. Mo., here, at B p tn. Fch. 15--Arkansas Frosh vs. Tills* Frosli. at Sallisaw, Okla. Feh. 1!)--Bulldogs vs. Tulsa Will Rogers, here, at 8 n. m. Feb. 19--Razorbacks vs. Baylor, here, at B p. m. Feb. 20--Arkansas Frosh vs. Okmuifee A. and M., at Okmulgee. Feb. 21-23--District One West Junior Boys Basketball Tournament, at Rogers. Feh. 22--Bulldogs vs. Springdale, here, at 8 p. m. Feb, 22--Aritansas Frosh vs. Fort Leonard \Vnod, at Waynes- vllle,' Mo. * Fch. 23 -- Razorbacks vs. S.M.U., at Dallas. \ Fch. 25 -- Razorbacks vs. T.C.U., at Fort WortV Fch. 28-March 1 -- District One West Class A Senior Boys Basketball T o u r n a m e n t , a t ,-Springdalr. Feb. 28-March ' 1 -- District One West Class B Senior Boys Basketball Tournament, at Greenland. Gehrmann, Richards Win Pet Events In Milwaukee Games Milwaukee-f/Pj-Don Gehrmann and Bob Richards, owners of thc season's best showing in their pet event 1 ;, headed cast today for the Boston Athletic Association fiames. The skinny little ex-Wisconsin miler, displeasnd that the early pace · wasn't * f.a s I c r, soundly whipped FBI Agent Fred Wilt in 4:08.4 at last night's Milwaukee Journal Games io' share honors with Richards and his season- topper of 15 feet 4.5-8 inches in the nolc vault. v All three stars will take part In tonight's indoor carnival at Boston, Wilt and GehnnHnn tangling for the 20th time in their careers in the Hunter Mile. Advertise ID toe TIMFS~lt pay* CANN AND DOES WIN · By Alan Mover CANN, xersA COACH OF WHO seen EARL/ BiOOM/tfS Wf f9r# YEAR A* ti.y.u. ; UP TO TH/5 rue? sure RED THE rifw YBAR. \//rn rHE eesr e GTREAK--/2 Ifl A 351AHD106TI6I . ovfK fix.y 'CROSS AND OKLAHOMA AMritwiri ly ft»f PnNrci Counterpoint Top Pick To Win Santa Anita Maturity Arcadia, Callf.~(/Pj-Horse lovers ·and horse players--· by the thousand headed to Santa Anita today, to watch the fifth running of the Santa Anita Maturity and, for most of them, to het on the favored Counterpoint in the scramble for the $183,750 purse. Nine thoroughbreds, all 4-year- olds, were entered in the lli-mile event. The sure-thing boy* had what appeared to be as sure a thing ns you could get in H horse race- Counterpoint, Cornelius V. Whitney's "Horse of the Year" for 1951. If true, Counterpoint stood In win a net $122,375. The more daring hoped for somcthlnR else, at ft far better price, thnn the 1-2 odds expected on the favorite. Second choice figured to be Phil D., a KHMIC youngster owned by Texas cattleman W. C. Martin, who bought the challcMiflpr for a mere $1,500 as a yonrllng in Kentucky and watched him develop into £i flr.sl-claES runner, ' Next best choice, according to prc-race calculations, wns the three-way betting entry, of IiHcnt, Block Douglas and To Market, all trained by W. J. Buddy Hirsch. Of this trio, Intent, racing for the famed Brookficld Barn of Maryland, nppenrod to be the most promising. He had been to the races only six times going into today.'s feature but he had yet to finish worse than third. In addition, money rider Kddle Arcnro was believed Iff be the choice to hurdle the colt. 1 Interpretation, Gold Cnpltot, Lion and Simonsc?., all long shots, rounded out the entries when they closed yesterday. Roberts Quits As Assistant Coach At Teachers College Conway, Ark.^yD-Theron Rob- crts, former University of Arkansas guard, has resigned as assistant football coach at Arkansas State Teachers College, effective February 16. Roberts, captain of the 1949 Arkansas Razorbacks, said he would enter private business at Mena, Ark. Howard Pee Wee Montgomery I resigned as head coach 1 0 days ago. He said pressure f r o m . grid j fans made coaching impossible. The college hasn't announced a replacement for cither position. Scots Move To Protect "Old" Whiskey Standing Vest Pocket Venus -(yp)- According tn most Scots there is no sucfi thine a t * bad whiskey. According to the British Hoard of Trade thert is-- any whiskey less than three ytars old. And "to protect the Rood name of Scotch." the boarl will ban aftei .Monday any export of immature whiskey without a special license. 61 Per Cent Pass Deferment Exams Washlnglon-(/P)-Selectlv« Service says fil per cent of the 20,000 college students who took Its college qualification tests December 13 made pnsslng scores or better. Grades, which mutt bt 70 or more to past, determine whether or not the fitud«nt Is granted im educational deferment. Anothe rtest IK scheduled April 124. [Kitty Increased In \ Honor Change-Maker .LI_J»er«re« Bruno ROM idmrmlnhn Mld(C (Touih- for urilidy-llkt conduct In · Roll«r Dtrby «ncount«f i tht Htw York ChlMi «» MunhtUtn'i »U Reilmenl Armory, Jolteu' misi wcmi bent on ictllnA In Uw lit! · ·- Ynnkcrs, N. Y.,-M')-The On- Iral Nnllnnnl Dank says il« honor changc-mi)kln(t Byslcm hnK worked so well lhat II ha» doubled the kitty from $li to SID. The bin kWerlnctday .ilnrled Icltlnx people make their own chnnne from N bin of coins In the lobby. Nobody watched, and inert were on their honor nol to cheat. Harry Boykoff, formfr college «nd pro(er,Blonal backetball iilnr, now ownfl · dlflper service In To- ltdp, Ohio. Not white, not wnnt. not m, but i flavor blend nf ill three-- Juiift'i Roman Meal Bread, _ ll-ll-tf AiTditw ta ikt TIMMr-ll Mr*. Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS ; CITY HOSPITAL Phon« U'.O CAS Pko»llM! CITY WATER PLANT Phari 111 LIGHT AND POWER PkM» MM Fill Phono 71 rotlCG Pfcon* M f!»or«c Mlk»n, kno-vn In h»j-1 once win Boy m»yo» o» MM, Itlj kctball circle* »s "Mr. natkctball," I for a rlay. .; ACCOUNTINQ-MODIRM OUIIHIM COUOIII TRAIN PO* CIVIl $IRVtCI JOtS SECRETARIAL -- STANDARD COURSE! , FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE , FAYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS PHONE 13 H. O. DAVIS PRES. HUTO »UFLH1 . ·---------··------ FAYETTEVILLE AUTO SUPPLY II EAST MOUNTAIN FA'EVTEVILLt. ARK- f HONE T»4 Cronhthafl Orlndlnj M-)lor ((building Parti Pot All Can and Truck* RIM ACTP.ISS Mom Freeman displays wh*4-makeii nculptor Yuccn Salamunlch oil her a "Ve«t Pocket Venui." Haying, "I'oday'i woman la a ahadow Af her former aiU," h compares Vtnui d« Mllo'i 14-Inch. g neck. '28-Inch wtlst and 9-Inch anklei with Mtmn's 12-inch neck. '22-lnrh wnlst nnd flH-lnrh anklef. "Mona Is about three- fotirthR the slM of Venus," snya Salamunlch. I International I Dtifjn't Like Terms Cincinnati -- Ted Kluszewtkl, Cincinnati first baseman, talcl he has rf turned his contract umlgned »nd "we're not even clote on the jalary." SINES BODY SHOP 'necinllxlng In Rod? and Ftndtr Work. 'aiming, Siltiy Clan, Upholiltriitf, Btat Cov*ri. 227 W. Dickien Ph*nt 1H CLCAHIHf ft LAUNDKT GALLON ki Cream 64c CITIZENS LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Quality -- Service 326 N. West Phont 2144 ORUO ITORI Complete Drug Star* Service. 'r«« Delivery from 7:30 A. M. to 10:00 f M. 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