Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 4, 1952 · Page 9
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 4, 1952
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Hogs Upset T.C.U.,56-54; Play S.M U.Tonight Staff Eikins Provides Payoff Punch In Narrow Win Tilt With Ponies Last Of Season Open To Public The Arkansas Kazurbacks, enjoying a new role in the Southwest Conference, take on the flashy Southern Methodist Mus- imifis tonight at the Field House. The came will be open to the public, the last time this season. The Porkers turned spoiler Sturdily nip'it against the veteran- loaded and richly favored T.C.U. Horned Frogs, beating them 56-54 nt nohlnson Auditorium in Little Dock. For years the kingrjin of the · conference. t li c rejuvenated' Tteortaacks find themselves in a pusHion to knock off the current leaders--and have the ability to do iusl that, i ' Saturday's performance is an indication. Orval El-'.ins, a sophomore who has suffered the shortcomings of inexperience on several occasions . this season, was ihc man with the payoff punch Saturday. Bril- lianl play, by Waller Kearns and "Sammy Smith, their best in Tiazorback uniforms, and a great · iob by Gene Lambert, who is making a bid for an All-Soullnvcst Conference berth, keot the Porkers in the came for 38 minutes. , But when the chips were down and time was. running out it was Klkins who connected on two ions .set-shots and a last,, deperate follow-shot. to provide the winning margin. There is t.o question but that |1'C Porkers were as "high" for tiic same as a team can get. The bia question is how far the team will slumn tonight as a result of f'at inspired performance. Coach Prcslcv Askew instructed his team to l a k e things easy yesterday snd hopes t h a i they will be able to shake off any slump that m'lhl n a t u r a l l y follow. Tonight's competition is not as tough as was Saturday's, but the Mustangs have a fast team and one that on occasion has played '·excellent basketball. The Mustangs ' do not have much height, the tallest man en the squad standing C-4. snd t h e starting center, Tom "While} 1 " Holm, only 6-3. I'olm", however, is an amazingly a-.'ile and adroit ball-handler and plays the post lo perfection. His play docs not produce many points for himself, but he feeds the ball to his mates in a manner that can not lie equalled within the loop. Holm Is a two-year letterman. The Mustangs have a conference record of 3-2, and a season mark ot 8-8. A victory tonight can boost (lie Razorbncks to a .5(10 mark in the conference and for the season. Arkansas lias won two and lost three in the conference and lias an 8-9 record for season's play^ The box score for the Arkansas- T. C. U. game: "T. C. ti. FO FT I'F TP Ilc.vr.oid5, f 2 4 5 8 Alien, f 1 » 1 2 F'.-omme, f --2 2 5 6 Svaim, f '. - 1 0 ' '" McLcod, c 0 s 5 2:! Ohlen, c . 0 0 I 0 Elhridge, g ' 2 4 4 Kr.ox, f. :. .-,.-- 0 0 0 0 Kilnatrick, g ---2 3 2 7 ···' Totals ___ 18 16 24 54 Arkansas ..Smith, f 5 1 5 H "Eikins, f .1 0 ] 6 Lambert, f - . 4 7 2 15: Kearns, c .' 4 5 s 13 Shaw, c -...- 1 "· 3 4 Sagely, ,g 2 2 4 J Lewis, g 0 1 4 1 Totals __,,_-.-18_ 18 24 56 Gentry Takes Top Honors In Tourney fienlry look all the honors in l.he a n n u a l Snringdale Invitational Basketball Tournament Saturday night. The boys loam edged Eikins. 36-33, in the semi-final round Saturday morning Ihcn came back to defeat Bcnlonvillp. 3D-34. Ben- lonville had gained the f i n a l s by t u r n i n g hack Midway, Mo., 43-38. In tlie girls section of the meet Gentry lopped Springrialc 32-23, to move into the. f i n a l s where f'oy look Ihe blur vihhnn by d e f e a t i n g West Fork. Wesl Fork downed Rogers lo gain thfi finals.'s Woes Pile Up Miami, Fla ; -(/Pi- Indiana .suspended Jersey Joe Waicoll. for skipping an exhibition match and Ignoring a $200 fine, but Walcotl's manager. Felix Bocchlcchio, s a i d i Jersey Joe wtfs released from t h c j exhibllion because of Illness and I lhal Ihe money for the fine was' mailed last Wednesday. Olympic Coach Named Chicago -i/7'i- Bruins Hamilton, dlrcclnr of athletics at the University of C a l i f o r n i a , was named head coach of (ho- U, S. Olympic track Extensive shipbuilding acllvl- let have been returned In the port t Lcfhorn, Itily. , 'ot white, not wneit, not rye, i flivor blend of ill three-'s Roman Mtil Bretd, Texqrkono Hot-Shots Every Game Gets Important In Cage Scene ISPOR.TS T! . v . , / ni «.».. i'd o u t ' L - i i n t utwell, G-v, and J. W. livers, 5-4, are big men in the Texarkana High School basketball setup. Their play has projected the Texarkana Rar.orbacks into the state high schuul championship picture. (AP Photo), Tdll, Short Players Lead Texarkana To Fine Season (Editor's Note: In view of the ' fact that the state basketball tournament may be held here. the TIMES pr:nl« the following article on the Texarkana High School team, one of t':e top com- hinat'ons in the state. The story in written by Bob MundelU, sports editor of the Texarkana Gaiette. Texarkana. Ark.-W-A Mutt and Jeff combination is leading the Texarkana (Ark.) High School to its greatest basketball season in hi.siory. The "Mult" in Ihe Bazorbauk attach is Clint Otwell, a 6-4 ctin- ler, and his high-scoring teammate is the "Jeff" o/ the team. He is 5-4 ;. W. Evers. Olwell and Evers are Ihe two top scorers on the Ra/nrback team, which brushed aside 15 foes in its first 16 outing.-;. The only loss was to Ml. Ida in the Henderson State College Tournament. After v.'inning 13 straight games, the Razorbacks stumbled over Ml, Ida, 41-29.. Coach Ellen, who is in his first year here, hails from DeQueen Ark., where he helped produce top football and basketball team;. Soon after he took over the Texarkana job, the Texarkana Ark., school system and the North Heights school system consolidated and Coach Ellen acquired some lo;i basketball players in the con- solirlalion. When the 1D52 Porkers picked up their basketball uniforms, Coach Ellen found he had no less than IS lettermen trying for positions. 'The competition was so keen," Ellen raid, "that several potentially good players q u i t for fear they tynuld never gel to play." Otwnll. himself a North Heights ;lar, tallied 159 points in the 16 games Evers scored 125. The Ra7.orhacks are a well- rounded team. Olwell works well under the basket, and Ever.}, an excellent ball handler, sets up the plays. Evers was the quarterback on the Dislriet 7-AA champion Rnzorback foolball team. Backing "P Evers and Otwell are a host of jrood players. Th: No. 3 man in scoring has b e e n Jerry Browjri, a six-foot sharpshooter who is best as a clutch shooter. Brown is a lone- shot artist, and his shooting in 1951 and this season has brought Ihe team through several times. Number 4 on Ihe lisl of scorers is George Scaroborough, anolhcr North" Heights ace. He has tallied 95 pnlnls, Brov/n has scored '"105. Olhir lop personnel include Roger Hi-e, v.'hn has 71 points to his credit, Charles Dagnel, 69, and Sanies Ilulscy. 46. "I've col about nine or ten boys I can rotate freely in the game-without weakening the team," said F.llcn. The Porkers scored 71ft points in their first IS games and allowe-1 only 450 points. Texarkana's mnin foes in District 7 West are the Oc.Quecn Leopards and the Ash- ilown Panthers. U'l'Hams Wins At Tueson Tucton, Arl7..-f/P)-Henry Wil- 'l-iiv. Jr., of KnUtnwn, Pa., 'von n,-' Ti"'son Open with a 72-hole total of 274. _ Rlley, McWane Win Four-Rail Hollywood, F'la.-Wi-Polly alley of Fort Worlh, Texas, and Ree McWanr of Birmingham, Ala., won the International Four-Ball lournamenl, Gahrmann Wlni Again 'Rnston-f/pp-Don Gehrmann of Milwaukee beat Fred Wilt for the 16th time In their 20 mile meeting. '.tinning Ihe Boston AA's Hunter feature In 4:08.». Rccr ·» *m MM *mm )* TIMIR «aJU. February Sports Card Feb. 4--Raiorhacks vs. S.M.I!. here, at 8 p. m. Feb. S--Arkansas Frosh vs. NE Oklahoma Teachers, here, at l p . m . Feb. 5--Bulldogs vs. Rogers, at Rogers. Feb. R--Bulldogs va. Tuba Central, at Tiilsa. Feb. *--Ranrbacks vs. Rice, at Houston. Feb. S--Arkansas Frosh vs. Jonesboro AAU, at Jonesboro. Feb. 11---Raiorhacks vs. Texas A. and M., at College Station. Feb. 13--Bulldom vs. Fort Smith, at Fort Smith. Feb. 15--Bulldogs vs. Springfield, Mo., here, at 8 p m. Feb. 15--Arkansas Frosh vs. Tulsa Frosh. at Sallisaw, Okla. Feb. IS--Bulldogs vs. Tulsa Will Rogers, here, at g p. m. Feb. 19--Raiorhacks vs. Baylor, here, at 8 p. m. Feb. JO--Arkansas Frosh vs. Okmulgee A. and M., at Okmulgee. Feb. 21-23--District One West Junior Boys Basketball Tournament, at Rogers. Feb. ZZ--Bulldogs vs. Svring- dale, here, at 8 p. m. Feb. 2!--Arkansas Frosh vs. Fort Leonard Vttwd, at Waynesville, Mo. Feb. 23 -- Raiorbacks vs. 8.M.U., at Dallas. Feb. 25 -- Raiorbacks vs. T.C.U., at Fort Worth. Feb. H-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 I -- District One West Class B Senior Boys Basketball Tournamept, at Greenland. Sirtlts Mr. and Mrs. l.lojd Deaton Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dealon of Combs announce the birth of a daughter, February 4, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Odnm Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Odom of West Fork announce the birth nf a dMKMer, February 4, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. James Blakemore Mr. and Mrs. James Blakemorr of Eikins announce the birth of a son, February 4, at the County Hospital. | M-. and Mrs. «'?·,,, MII1«an ' Mr. and Mrs. Wnyne M i i k a n of Fa.vetleville pnnnimre l^o h'rth ot a daughter. February 4, at the 'ounty Hospilal. New York-tTPj-Thwc are (he days the unbcatcns and confpreiu'fc loaders among the college basket- hall learns begin to worry about every shot they or their opponents t?ke. The most important firuncp of j the season are coming up and (he J next two weeks probably w I l M c l l j the story of who is going to play i in the bitf post-season tourna- monts. Both of the nation's unbeaten teams--Duquesne 14-0 and . St. Bonaventure 13-0 RO into action tonight in warm-ups before they clash next Monday at Pittsburgh. So n week hence, the unbeaten list is bound to he at cxnctly one, DuqucKi.c tackles I^a Salic, no sct-un, w h i l e Rt. Bnntiventurr en- tortains John Carroll. In addition, the Bonnics have dates with Murray. K.v,, State Touchers Thursday and Cincinnati Saturday. There's another bis one on Uin for Saturday night and it will so far toward determining ihc cvrn- tual winner of PT Ri$ Ten nice. League-Ieariing Illinois travels to Iowa for a contest with the sec- oiyi-nlacc Hawkeyw. ' Both have lost just one same all season, but Iowa's WHS in the Inapue. The -lllini have won .all six of t h p i r loon oulings. ApMver: No One Otherwise, around the country, clar^ has been holding up in practically all sectors. For example, who is going to heat out North Carolina Slate or Kentucky for i''e Southern and Southeastern Omfrrence titles? Answer: No o"e. North Carolina State is riding a'nng serenrlv with an unblemished mark of 8-0. West Virginia is trying to put 171 a fight and currently sports a 7-1 mark. As for Kentucky, the No. 1 team in the wr^kly Associated Press noil, the Wildcats, with a record of 0-0. watched their only challcnqcr, Florida, drop virtually out of sight as a result of its second defeat of the league camnaign. The road to t ^ c pot o' Rold at the end of the Bin Seven trail is strewn with stones for KHIIF^S fitatr. Although the K-Stntcrs are in first place with a 5-0 mark, Kansas is breathing hot down their backs with 4-1. They play on March 7 at Kansas. With each passing week, it bo- Tins to look more and more as if St. Louis is going to come out on lop in the Missouri Valley, one of the country's most powerful leagues. In the Ivy League, Cornell threw things into confusion by polishing off Pcnn, the pre-scnson favorite, Saturday to take over first place w i t h . 4 - 0 , against 4-1 for trie Quakers. Gavilan P///.V Title On Line Against Dykes Miami. Fla. - (/!') - WcHcrwoir.M Champion Kid Gavilan puts his title on the line tonight in a scheduled. 15-rnunri fight with Bobby Dykes before what promoters say will be a 16,000 crowd in Miami Stadium. Maj. W. H. Peeplcs, Miami promoter working under auspices of the International Boxing Club, said advance ticket sales reached j $32.500 and predicted a gross gale I of $100,000. The M i a m i weather bureau forecast showers during Ihe afternoon but said the weather might clea r up by fight, time at 10 p.m. EST If the fight is rained out, it wil he staged tomorrow night. There wijl be no radio or lei: cast of the'match. Gavilan was a 4 or 5 lo 1 chok- to retain his title. If Dykes .should upset Ihe champion, they will meet again in New York City in May. GOES FOR GOPHERS TOMY 00Lr OF DURHAM, CAROLINA By Alan Mover Foday's Market--- Wr. and Mr«. Howard .fohnsnn Mr. nnrl Mrs. Howprrl .lohnson of Sprinfldfile announce tV birth nf a rifiiichtrr. February 3, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vnunt Mr. and Mrs. C l i f f o r d Vomit n( \ nrnlnnvllta n n n n u n c e the birth n( a son. February 3, at the County Hospital. Mr, and Mr«. l.amar Dlrkf r«on Mr. and Mrs. Ijimsr Dlrkcrson of fayetttvlllt announce iht birth of a damhter, February 3, at the County Hospital. Mr. nt Mrs. Jamn w. Murry Mr. and Mrs. James W. Sherry of Sprlnidalc announce the birth of · Mfi, Februnfj J, it the County Hospital. St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, Ill.-(/I'i- (USDA)-HOBS 13,500; weights 220 bs down 10 to 25 higher than Friday's average; 170 Ibs down sharing f u l l advance, heavier ls unevenly 25 lo 75 higher; vivii 50 higher, bulk 180-220 Ibs mostly cloudy No. 1 and No. 2 shippers and butchers IB.8ll-13.ln: ·hoice No. 1, 2 and 3 250-2.10 Ibs 1850-75; 2SO-270 Ibs 18.CO-25; 270..'00 Ihs 17.50-18.00; small lots 325!',( Ibs around 16.75; ISO-170 His I7.25-18.SO; 120-HO Ibs 15.0016.75; medium In rhoire 100-100 Ib pi?.; 13.50-14.50; sou's sOO Ibs down 16.03-75; heavier BOWS; stags 12.00-14.00; boars 10.50-13.00.' Calllr 11.500; calves 500; some to choice steer and h i i f e r yearlings 27..', appearing 2.V50 higher; cow's opening 50 higher: u t i l i t y and com- merdal largely 21.00-24.00; canners and cutters 1(1.00-21.00; bulls sharply lover; venlers steady, q u a l i t y of vcaler supply averase In a l i l l l e above normal (or Monday, n'.njority Rood and hiRh choice vcalers 32.00-10.00; I n d i v i d u a l head prime vcalers 42.00-43.00; u t i l i t y an:l commerelal vealcrs 21.0030.00. Sheep 500; Iambi! and ycarliniis lron^ lo 50 higher; run mostly Rood to prime wonled lamhs from i».00-?.9.00; most of which carrying wet pelt; short dccli mostly lood gradt wooled y«arlln|s 22.7."; I belt also hive wet pelts; sl«ug-i- Itr twts unchanged; bulk 12.00- M.Ofl; culi »w«i 8.00-11.00; aged bucks moilly one price 11.00. K«*fi ·» wife UN Mum--read IM 1YMF.S MAY M PIC ATE tie's otie Of TtfE NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, fayellsville, ArkanHI, Monday, February 4, 1912 PORKERS CONTENDING This Is Crucial Week For Title Aspirants In SWC Cage Picture THOUGH He's 32,T0MMYIZ PATHBR //erf TO Tfte TotiftfiA/AefJT TRAILUS SCORED H/S nRTBts ;t%y //J THE tloRTH A/ID 5oin'f! oPeil IMSrocroeeR 1^.--t WAG A r.'eLco.v.c APPinON To THE BOLT BAriK BOOK WHICH GHOH'SP DUlriluttd t| Kir.* Ft* , M/MfA'SS I ALL OF '51 Tourney To Qualify NAIB Representative Slated At Jonesboro Jonesboro, Ark.-f/Pj-The lour- numcnl In deckle Arkansas' representative to the National AsHodft- llon of IntorcolloKiiilc Basketball Championship Tourney will be held in Little Rock March 3-4. Selection of t h e site was im- Mounced Saturday by dlrenftrs of N A I B district 17. The lop f o u r Charles Goslee In Serious Cond tion lint Springs, Ark.-{/P)-Chnrle.* GoKlce. vctcrmi Mot Springs newspaperman and secretary to the I n t e Gov. Carl E. Bailey, suffered a heart attack Saturday and is reported in M critical ronditbn. Ha Is In mi oxyir-n f 1 "' Goslee is a member of the Hot Spring i ,r,: Record edltoriol B t a f f . tennis in the Arknnsim Intercollegiate Conference w i l l compete. TRUMAN AIDS GREEK WAR VETERAN Dnllas, TI-XIH -I/I')- This is the ' week the Southwell Cnnferencc could Ret in t h u l Inu^-predictccl triple tie for the i c u r l n r s h i p Tcx;is Christlnn, Texas anc! Texas A. and M., '.vlui ended I: si .fcnsoti as Iri-rhnmpinn* n,.ny du it njjitin. A Inss Ijy the Christians tu the Ag(*lcs in College S^nlion Wednesday nifihl and H Te.xas loss to cither liaylor at Austin, Tuesday · n i f t h t or SiHitheui Metlindij.i ,1 Dalia!-, Saturday n i y l i - would t u i n the tricli. Texas lasl \veek sel up Texas A. and M. for a' nuver-say-dic s t i n t at College Station, AVdncs- day by llckhiR the AsijIeK 51-40 and climb unit) lhc tup step of Ih? \ cnnfcrcnec standings w i t h TCL),. The AuKies on Ihcir home court will be puttini; cvciy effort I n t o Ihclr Rllempt to wreck the already sidetracked C h r i s t i a n express. . j Baylor. smarlir,(i under a S2-.14 defeat by SM,U lasl week, will try In bounce back v.'ilh a win over Texas Tuesday nlghl. And Southern Methodist, a f t e r playing Arkansas Monday nl(;ht at Tnyctte- ville. may be in just the right f r a m e of mind to down the Longhorns Saturday. · | U all adds up lo one of Ihe most action-packed weeks of the basketball season in a 'conferciics; tliiil rarely runs according to form. i Only Baylor imd nice seem! d e f i n i t e l y oul uf IN c h a m p i o n - j ship picture. Haylor's Bears have a 1-4 conference record while the I Owlc have won only one g a m ; In six, Porkrra Contenders Arkansab' :;;;sel of Texns Christian, 56-54, Saturday night placed Ihc Rnr.orliticks HK serious con- lenders. The Hogs used a team marie up mostly o[ sophomores and kepi Ihc Christians' hacks to the wall the entire ([time. A long- shot wizard named Orval Eikins, one of the sophs, came inlo the game nbout Iho limo TCU's big George McLcod, the conference scoring leader, went oul jij fouls. All lie did was make six game- winning points In the last two minutes, with his final tally in the last ten seconds, Mis first two goals wer« from as least 36 feel away. Klkins had the most sensational Derfonriance at 111- week, although McLcod'« 2S pobts" in the game was something to t a l k ! about. j McLcod has 306 pnlnls over the season route, a good bit .ihi'nd of Haylor's Hulph Johnson with 'iVi , points. This week's schedul*: '· ·. Monday--Arkansas vj. Soutl ern Melhodist at . FayeUevili Tuesday--Baylor vs. Texal Auslin. Wednesday--Texas A, ai M. vs. Texas Christian »t Collei S! --'on. Saturday--Texas A ar M. vs. Baylor at Wnco, Arkans; vs. fllce ul Houston, Texas v .Southern Methodist at Dallas. The standings: I.EAUUE GA.rtF.S W. L. Pel. Pis. O TCU 4 1 .800 281 2; Texas . . . 4 1 .800 257 3: Texas A*M 3 2 ,600 223 2 .SMU 3 2 .BOO 233 T. Arkansas . . 2 3 .400 249 24 Baylor 1 4 .200 231 21 nice ... 1 5 .187 2»2 32 ALL GAMES TCU ._14 3 .824 1037 84 Texas 12 7 .812 945 «3 SMU 8 8 .500 790 82 Arknn.ins . . S B .471 848 90 Texas ASM 6 10 .375 727 76 Hicc ,, « 12 .333 1001 108 Baylor ;... 2 15 .110 847 103 PittsburgPuts DicksonllpAs Trading Bait Plttuburgh - (!f\ · Pitcher. Murr nickiion, tte PltUbumh Pirate: mnln hope on the flrlnj lint, i, on the trading block -- but thr stntemcnt probnhly will do llttl more than provide fuel for b»« ball's hot clove league. Clever Murry, i m»n who woul hurl every dny If hl« fltih w§ willing, wn^ practically the *ntic Plrale mouml staff li«t y«»r, H wnuiul up with 20 victories igilm i n detent!. And that with · tear, which had to struggle to flnli) seventh In the National'League, i Nevertheless, m a n a g e r / I l l Meyer saW the Plrntcn desperatel; need Inflelders «nd Murry 1 twin; offered a« trnde bait. Mytr, whi cd'me here from' his Tcnncis* home lo attend a baaeball writerj chow last night, had thli to aa; of the future: "We just aren't going anywhen at all with the Infield we n»vt »· present. The only lound ip«", jecm« to be second base, when Johnny Mcrson items pretty a*/ cure. " "If we m«ke a deal it win tx [or Inflelder's. And that doein'l look very promising at present We have offered Murry Dtektoti but so far nothing ha developed." A rtlSONAl INVITATION from President Truman brlngi John Skou- likaris, 28, Greek war vclcrun, from Athena to New York for treatment by noted American plastic surgeonu. His face wai mutilated by Communist Rucrrillas when they captured him In the ThetsiHan hills two years ago. A missing ear Is among the tears revealed as John looks into a mirror. Lasl May. he wrote to tht Chief Executive, who ai-r«ni:cd for special care In a U.S. Army hospital (JnternaiiorialJ 1939 40 1M3 H E A R I N G THE CEILINQ-Prtildent Truman h«i warned Con- lircti Hint without new taxes the federal treasury facet a "dan- Kcrous" deficit of tight billion dollirt this fltcal year and nearly twice that amount next ycur. The Newiehtrt above ihowi how, with tiich additions, the public debt threatens to break through Its present legal celling of $273 billion. Sentiment In tome quarter! of Con;rt:s js for a reduction of that celling to fHS, thui forcing a cutback of sovcrnmcnl spending. The debt now stands it Announcement... Bob Maeder Formerly with D-X Service Station at IM Her* IS THE NEW LESSEE OF THE ULTRAMODERN Lion Oil Service Station CORNER COLLEGE AND DICKSON Mr. Matdir tarnctllr solicits your continued patronaf* ajM pladffsi to strive to terra you avan btlttr in the future. . 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