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Late S.M.U. Rally Defeats Razorbacks, 54-50 KearnsGetsH Points As Hogs LoieSWCTilf 'ftine-Point Margin Evaporates As · .Ponies Close Fast Thcf Arkansas RH7.or!;acks FEIW a 'nine-point t h i r d "period leiicl evap- ."ora'tc-lst night iirul with it a vic- -tor'y oVcr Southern Methodist nnrl ·'· hr.pcs for a share in tho Southwest 'Conference "title. The Mustangs won 54:50. ' . Arkansas' suffered through a poor'first period, trailing 13-7 at the* end nf the first If) minutes, B u t . the Hos cauRhl fire in thc . second quarter, ticing the Fcorc nt 37-17 a little move than t h r e e minutes deep in the period. The score was tied again ul 19-19, 21-21 and 23-23 before the Porkers "' forged ahead to lead 30-27 at the heir. Arkansas scored 23 points in ihe second q u a r t e r to .14 for S.M.U. Opening the second half Walter Kc.irns, who netted 22 points during I ho came, connector! on two quick field goals and Gene Lambert, tionllnulnc his great play, sank two free throws to put Arkansas ahead by n i n e points, 36-27. Only one m i n u t e and 15 v.cconds were gone in the third neriod. The Mustangs' -lack Kastman h i t a field goal, but Kcarns batted In a rebound to m a i n t a i n ihe nine- point spread. Then came a ncriod of five minutes in which. Arkansas Jailed !o score a point. The Mustangs gradually .caught up, knot- line the count at 38-38 when thc Porker defense went to sleep leaving Tom Holm. S.M.U. ticnlcr, un- gutm!ed.,beneat.h the ;:cml. Kcarns. playing his finest game In an Arkansas varsity uniform. rioscd t h e q u a r t e r w i t h two field coaK and a free throw to out the Hogs back ahead. 43-411. But the trig opportunity to pet safely ahead was none. j in the last q u a r t e r A r k a n s a s pit in front by four. 47-43, on a tfo-il j by Kcorns. But S.M.U. fought bark I to UP ihe score nt 47-47 and again : Bl 50-50. With less t h a n four m i n n t r s in \ the game Hick Brynnt. S.M.U. ] sophomore, rank a t l r i v i n g t w o - 1 ' hander to pul his team ahead. Thc j Ponies then went into a stall. A - - 1 stalls go the 1 Ponies did a poor j o b ; nr it --- ArkansaK gained posse.-;- j sion of thc ball five times -- b u l l as far as winning a ball pnme is j rnn-rrned the stall naid o f f . · (i 4 , 0 . _ ,,, , _ w u w l l l .,..,, Three times S.M.U playeiT | G a v i j f i n a F p c c j n |j 3 t j n split-dcci- fmilcd. each lime thc Porker? took ! . ..u.-u-.,,!^ ,,JH own . t h r * the hall out of bounds. Once Tryon ! i'TM\,V 11 l lba , 1 ..?. 1 _'"L!??"?..*.!!? Bulldogs At Rogers f a r District J ill Roe Plckj ** As Repeal Champs In National Loop The Kayctleville High School' Bulldogs, with a season record of 11' victories and one defeat, are on the road tonight playing the Jxnecrs Mountaineers, at 8 o'clock. A j u n i o r high game is slated as a preliminary. /· j New Ynrk-[/P)-Pcacc rclpnrd in*--Two hie nundiims remain to'bn ; l h c OI . VIT1 P ici Basketball C o m m i t - 1 aTMi K for the Bulldog The i ' ^ '"^. ««?r a budding revolt,-1 Kansas City To Share Olympic Cage Trials first is: W i l l Billy Parker, who injured his hand against Benlonville more t h a n a week ago, be able lo play with his customary ability? Thc second: Can Fayetteville con- Hnue its domination of Northwest ·Arkansas cage learns against the Mountaineers? Parker, whose right hand was bruised in a f a l l at Bentonville. January 25, says he is ready lo play. He has taken part, in one scrimmage session since injuring the hand and pronounces thc injury cured. However, ^only game conditions will tell. Thc Bullrings, all-victorious over teams, within the stale, may find Rogers a bit troublesome. The Mountaineers do not have an impressive season record, but have what might give the "Dogs some trouble--a good, f a l l innn. . The t a l l man is Guy Cable. 6-2, a transfer from Oklahoma. Cable is the big man for the Mountaineers in scoring as well as slulurc. Hn has averaged about 16 points per game this season hit- tinn a high mark of 35 against the well-coached Spnngdale H i g h team. The Bulldogs w i l l have to devote special attention to Cable and how well they holt! him in check will tell to large extent how writ they fare in ttie game. W i t h Parker back in thc starting l i n c u n Coach Glenn Stoken- bcrr.v will probably field the ori«- in/tl fivcsomc that opened thfc senson--Ray Barnes, RUSH McCon- ncll, Bans Trumbo, Ken CruclUp and Parker. This combination has been broken up the last three gamos. Gavilan Defends Title By Slender Margin Over Dykes M i a m i , Fla. - f/P) - Cuban Kid j lion within thc ranks over tryout | dales was settled to the RAtlsfac- lion of all. f Onginn.lly, all thc tryouls were' lo be held in Madison Square Gar- \ den, an arrangement which m a d e ; several members of thc c o m m i t - j tec, i n c l u d i n g Harry Henshel o f ; New York, unhappy. J l e n s l i e l ; voiced his protests loud and IniiR, j and the result now is that thc f i r s t ' round tryouts will be split b e ] Iwcen the Garden and Kansas · Cily. I Henshel argued that the com- [ miticc would lose in thc neighbor- [ hood of $25,000 by holding the [ try'outs in New York instead of I Kansfts City. Bui Howard Hnbson, | Yale coach and a commitlce m e m - 1 ber, had made all thc arrpnge-1 rncnts for New York. . Henshel KB id Hobson had no | right making such a contract. Ned j Irish, executive vice president o f ; Madison Square Garden, isaid the contract was made and shat was i that. ' ' | Mere is the program finally i ngrned on: j March 20 at Kansas City -- j NCAA c h a m p i o n Vs. NAI13 chain- | pipn, and AAU runner-up vs. third i or fourth-place team in AAU tour- ! namenl. ! March 29 al New York -- AAU j champion vs. AAU third or f m i n . i i ! _lpam and NIT champlor "·;. W C A A - j Tunuer-itp. | March 31 Hi New York -- t w o ! winners in college bracket anrt two winners in AAU bracket mepl. April 1 at New Y o r k -- f i n a l ; college team w i n n e r vs. AAU team winner. Semi-final losers meet in Keeper Of The Turf SPORTS W 1 M I 1 V I . Ot I third-place game. Thus Madison Square Garden gets both thc semi-finals and finals, while disposing of the originally planned Saturday afternoon program -- one thai would be hard lo fill. Kansas City, for part, gets ft n a t u r a l since I NA1B tourney is held there. Tyronwi, Ark.-((T)-Arkansas' best known southpaw, Preacher Hoe nf the Brooklyn Dodgers, f i g u r e s thc New York G i a n t s will lake another N a t i o n a l League pennant this year. Speaking nt a civic club l u n c h eon ycsterdny. Roc picked the G i a n t s to win, Brooklyn cocond, Philadelphia's Phillies for t h i r d , the St. Louis Cardinals f o u r t h nnd C i n c i n n a t i f i f t h . .Roe said the sea Irs lipped In !avnr of the G i a n t s when they acquired lefty Max Lanlcr. plus Mrooklyn's loss nf hl« Don Ncw- cnmbe, star Negro righthander, to the Army. Roc hails from Hardy, Ark. Huntsville Trips Harrison, 49-37 Tile l l u n t s v l l l e senior boys wal- lopocl a Rood Harrison team, 4S1-37. last night nt I l l i n t s v l l l o . The came, orhlnally scheduled for the wcek- cnd, wds moved up to allow tho Kaglrs lo enter Ihe O/.ark I n v i t a - tional Basketball Tournament this week. Charles Berry, thc lall center fnr the Engles, led thc K-oring with 21 points. Oarretl made M. i McCoy led the losers, gelling 12. I n a j u n i o r gfuno thc Goblins tripped thc H u n t s v i l l e team. 3'1-W. Morrow r» r ivrti the way for Harrison with .Hi. KdmiHtc'n made 10 lor the H u n t s v l l l e five. The senior Eagles piny Polts- villc. an outstanding Class }.l team, In Hie opener at Ozark. The game is slated for 8 p.m., Tliursd.iv. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fuydflivillt, Arkunsm,- Tutiday, February 5, 1952 SPORTS ROUNDUP Giles Surprised To Find Umpires Such An Agreeable Group Of Men By G A Y L E TALBOT Now YniM/IVC;i it F u 1 f c mcnls vaKurly icmllsd f n n henvy wrrkcnd w i t h the bfi:.r brinadc: A l l l e neynnM*. plu-hpi -- "I they've b«pn hminri: lor fnr h n t i g i n « up hitlers. W h a t I h r y dour wns ox.'uni'H' for pIlrMtie IM Trrt ·Ml- can'l «-re something that's righ be'orr hi.i wrr,." Frank I/m«. yrncr^l managei C h i f M p r j While Sox--"Chuck Com miflkoy wIM he lint!; tis vice presi - df.'it. it':' IUM n llul? f.irnilv »t'RU hoi -- " H i ' i r - | , n c n l T h r j S(;nm1 , hr ,..j h ,;,. x th . ! Mir n i l w i n - · bcUrr I'll ll':c il. I ncorl him t. 'ins-p tv/n no- j { .,, n .v j, n i f ^p ] n;Hl ( i u r j n ? sp r i n , B h m i l t l I m v f , qpii-on" ;· t l ' i ' - k hen.' | K-Hio Si^rky, manner ~ "Thi ( 1 ,. , , ^ l l M n TM f n r . - f i h n l s v/i!l he the leiim to bca' Iho fulfil on in t u - w:nnit K »mi- j ,,^1,,. They've cnt the best pitch" ;U thn St:"fimn. I f I d Ind ;mv ' j, -^ , ^i^ ( i own (1,0 Ijr.o -ind I si» h r n i n s [VI havi- P !.s.-."(l h i m lo ;:rt j n iu:hinit (s !:«", ,, 0 i-' ccn't of a win n r i K h l h n n d P ' H n ] ni . lf . :im . jMf.riiiru', ir, gnlnc to bt ! mv l)i-:(,'f.M prntikm with thi ·ihs'.r- !!oIuii Hr,»vi"( - C.-'nU," "We'll havp llio hrj pilt.-hliH! in tho N i i t i n n n l l.,":i;ni If xvc finrf *i KIMX! Khortstop or Ronrl liCcnnd-ijIisciiKln wu coultl I win the prnnfint. Wn'vc j*ol t h e ; finest rookie crop in hlslury." In Clyde batter." Tnmin \ m l i j WiHTcti Oii'-s. nrw Natlo'na ', Le;u{iie pri-cidc-iit -- "f RUCSS thi j blpj{L^i surpripr to me has beer : UK* MidHon trnnsfnrmatinn of out r of umpires. Whop I WHS wltt i Cinclun;)Ii I nl-.vnys thought Leo IJufochcr. in;iiififli.'r---"So one ; were n prrtly -ncdincro'lot hut tiny spjiKon before I'jsl I'm r u i l - i now I f i n r i thry'n; io;illv ;i stcrlini rfcnl.v out of 'NturtinR p i t c h e r ^ nnrl j qroup (3f nien who seldom i{ ftvci "io Jtml JIK!{ t n n k c I walk over to Snl game. him if he'l likp lo slnrl I'ri been luting him only In relief, rre. So Snl nnys yc*. JUKI he pitchc.s mo n fthulnul. Ik 1 finishes un w i t h nn l f J - 4 record, In the. Iniguo. nnrl I'm n (lenius. Koinelimo.s n tnan:i(?er n mlf.inke." Spike HrtfiKit. Delroit president -« "I'll still be Jiipi n weekend hm;rbrdLrnnRnate. 7*H have to ·lay- out fit the body plant nnrl work liani all week to mnkc enough money to pay off the baseball losses." r . Tnm lloll, holding a ntkc--a \i]a\- w i l i i wliich lie i.s familiar--kneels on the lurf nt the Hntorbnck Stadium football Held. j H o l t , HK Ilic University a t h l e t i c tleparlmpMr;; iii-r)L!iul kccpei', is rcspon- i .'-ihlc for the condition or the f i e l d aiu. he hap b u i l t 11 into one of the ! finest in Ihe entire Soutlm-c:-!. (1'iislm TIMIisrtrro). M Kentucky Still On Top In AP Cage Poll February Sports Card \Torn Half, Arkansas Grounds | Keeper, Man Responsible For Best Gridiron In Southwest Lewis stole thc ball and dribbled | TM\ '""L n in for a shot from about six feet. Hohby Dy The ball rimnicrf thn hoop ynd a rebound attempt went wide. With a minute left Holm again,was left unguarded u n d e r the S.M.U. basket and he took a pass and Halted the yanie awn.v. Thc loss left Arkansas with a conference mark of two wins nnd four losses. The Porkers h:ive now complete;! half of ll-eir SWC slate. They arc on thn ronrl this weekend playing Hice at Houston, Saturday, and Texas A. nnd M. at College Station. Monday. The box score: S.M.U. FG KT PF T K r c c m a n , [ ! Kfislmnn, r . . 7 Kendall, f n Holm, c -1 Wheeler, c U Halpy. £ 2 Bryant, a 2 l l a y n c s . R 0 Totals 20 Arkansas Lambert, f «i Elkins, i 2 Smith, f I Koarns. c 10 Shaw, c 0 Lewis, g 2 Basely, g 2 Totals 20 2 4 0 5 1 4 2 1 1 0 2 4 2 ,T 1-0 21 Jensen Says He, Not Mantle, Will Replace DiMaggio itlo n f l e r a light sni)»k with ·kes of San Antonio. It was another "Gavilan special" last night at Miami Stadium, where many of the 11,526 who, paid $76,814 booed a divided decision for the sleek H a v a n a Hawk. Only four points separated Hie two fighters on the tola! of Ihree official cards. Referee Eddie Cofichman voted for Dykes, the 22-year-old underdog who bap been adopted by Mi- i ami as a local favorite. Coachman \ hnd the rangy Texan on top 143140. Roth j urines found G a v i l n n the winner but M a r k lirwin of M i a m i had it a near photo finish with Ihe Cubsn a IIOPC in front, 142-141. Ladislad Nodarse, imported from Havana to judge the championship bout, pul The Keed over HIP lop with his 145-138 ballot. j U was so close--despite an f j eight-count knockdown scored by j G a v i l a n with a smashing right to ! tin; jaw in the second round--thai j a good, f l u r r y could have swung I the l i t l e to handsome nobby. ' j Jimmy Parks, Dykes' manager, ·; shouldered thc blame for assuring 1 his boy lie had only to survive thc t lf)lh and f i n a l round to win t h e ! decision. , "I had no idea Bobby wasn't a j certain winner if he got through ; the 15th;" said Parks. | NBC Slqnt Robinson New York-(/P)-Jackie Robinson ! of the Brooklyn Dodgers signed a : two-year contract as a radio and i television executive for the Na- Oakland, Calif. · (A 1 ) - "Who d o ] uonal-Broadcasting Company. you t h i n k will succeed -foe D i m a g - ; -· ·-- pio .as New York Yankee center- Wou i d M eet Marciano Feb. 5--Arkansas Frosh vs. NE Oklahoma Teachers, here, at 8 p. m. Feb. 5--Bulldogs vs. Rogers, at Rodent. Feb. B--Bulldogs vs. Tulsa Central, at Tulsa. Ft'b. fi--Razorbacks vs. Rice, at Houston. Feb. 9--Arkansas Frosh vs. .loneshoro A A U , at Jonesboro. Feh. II--Rar.orbarks vs. Texas A. and HI., at College Station. Feh. 12--Bulldogs vs. Fort Smith, it Fort Smith. Feh. 15--Bulldog*; vs. Springfield, Mo., here, at R p m. Feb. 15--Arkn nsttn Frosh vs. Tulsa Frosb. at Sallisaw, kh. Feb. 1!)--.BuIIdoffB vs. Tulsa Will Rogers, here, at 8 p. m. Feb. 19--Uazorbarks vs. Baylor, here, at S p. m. Feb. 20--Arkansas Frnsh vs. Okmulpee A. and M.. at OkmuJ- Feh. 21-23--District One \Vcst Junior Boys Basketball Tournament, at Roficrs. Feh. 22--BiilIdoftR vs. Sprlng- dale. t here, at A p. m. Feh. £2--Arkansas Frosh vs. Fort Leonard Wood, at Wayncs- villc. Mo. Feh. 23 -- Razorbarks vs. S.ATTtJ., at Dallas. Feh. 25 -- Pva/.nrbiinks vs. T.C.I)., at Fort Worth. Feb. 28-Marrh 1 -- District One West Class A Senior Boys Basketball T o u r n a m e n t , a t Sprinftdalc. Feb. 28-March I -- Dmtrirt One West Class B Senior Boys Basketball Tournament, at Greenland. By A L U A N A. (iU.BHUT, 1 The U n i v c m l y of Arknusas i ! In the Soutlnvetil Confercucc, ! Hn/.nrb.'ick .Stndium n f f o i d s one u i i l l r e f i n u l h \ v n s t . New York-{/IVKcntucky, ridiiiR Ihii crest of R 1U-game w l n n l n x streak, enjoyfi lop billing In tho AHKOcinted Proas hi.skclbnll poll fur the second slrnlKhl \verk to- d«y hul Kansan Slnlc and I l l l n r i s are hard on the Wildcnts' hcrln. j The W i l d r a l s remained (it the lirnrl of the panicle on I h e s t r e i i K l h ! of vIctorfpH over V n n d o r b i l t , Ashburn nnd Notre Dnmo w i t h i n n nlx-duy spnn. They added another I r i u m p h nflcr Hie polls closed by IrnunclliR Tulmic, 103-54, niRhl. . | .i.v nut i.;uc thi? hesl fnotball Icam Kentucky, bonsltng nn lfl-2 rec-, in il IP jrcl:?r:illy axrecrl tlinl '.lie nrd, aci-unnilated R l l points in- of liu; finest fou'Jjall fieltl'S in thc | e l u d i n g 41 first-place votes to I lose oul Die cretmi of the Mid- i K\'fry mcmhor of Ihe roufcrcin'c has i-niu;nc!tdcd Ihe turf an A r - west. kniiMis' home gridiron and Texas A. and M. unri TCXHB University hnvc o'.ficially ictiui'MOf-,- i n j o i m i i l i n n rciiiirdlni* thc mrlhods oin- pluycd in growing the thick, cushion-like crop of bcrmudii gi'Rs.s, n l ( n i j : h e t l up, Hie ground f e r t i l i z e d : i i n d « pkmled, nnd llmf. follnworl 's v/itii r-prnyinH of fi chemie;il prep- i;ir:i'ion rlesifined to k i l l ;ill p l n n l t'l · l i f e except t h e bermud;i jir.::is. h r l . n i tifiK liceii made Uwn I lie ono which obtained the MM*vices of Tom A. Holt. Holt, Sfi, H r m f i l l . d ; i i k '.viiy fellow, i« p r n h a b l y unknown lo t h i : majority of spnris fan* t h r o u g h out tho stRle. V e t he h;is a £i'o;it deal 'o do w i t l i every n t h l e l k 1 U -ns cinnc to . fielder?" Jackie Jensen, a Yankee part-timer, wns asked. For Ihe cocky former All-America grid r;tar. the answer was easy. "T will," he lold baseball writers yesterday. Jensen, who hit .298 in 56 panics lasl season, said ho would beat out rookie Mickey. Mnnllc of Commerce, Okl.'t. "I t h i n k I can outhit him; out throw him find run the . Miami, Fla. - (/P) - Heavyweight "l" da j ·:?""·· "·"«··, ! Champion Jersey Joe Wolcott of- \ ,,%%!' ^l^'S/' ! fercd to meet Rocky Mnrciano in Cropped a title bout in May or June. Choose choosing Not white, not wheat, not rye, but a flavor blend of all three- bases faster." Mantle hit .267 in Jungc's Roman Meal Bread. )G Ramos. 11-19-tf innnn'K. 2-1. Holsuni nroai rlf-fpatrd C;iiiipltrll-ncl). .1-f), and Ward's Irr Cream beat B-ntnn'fi ' Snnrk H^r. :t-n Trl-Ktalo held i'« your jeweler before j cmnroriab'n irnmo 'end with n 2-1 win Jcwclry-Becbc's 30-81 "Tio^mT^^'^nnod ,,,, ,, ,, ,,, honors with SI2-2..1RI while .tr T^t. iiihstl t u l lux for Slivrrmnn'F. h'-isvrl Inilivtdiifi 1 srric"! of .VM «nrl Ccnrvn Dt is nf nen' ith fi n's Snack of 2f)3 -- ns ho*. Kfi'fi "Cn. nfr-; Cronm S'r Hlenn's Dilry UoUuni RrcfH Ben Ion's Smrk O. K. nnrt M U f t d y ·nllt wiih Fort Smith Jmi I,«rry P t » r r ····i'li n h'" n r 21.1 nn'1 I.nrrv Henri. hn\iii ^I'tcn"" for -^ r.^n H p f n , \»,\ vltlc ftmii S"nont' Nn. i *r ·tio inrtl trnm »1lff'"-p^ TI 4.1 In n fhri** aim*, f o u r niin 1 on Korf Sm"h n"f.V5 F-i- r", trnm No n . "cd hv tf -M'* with ifi'.-*^ h.fl m'irh l r t l In rirfcAttn" Si Ann*'*, of Knr* *-0. Mutc 1 "*^ win h" r - ' i t - n * Sunrir" r f l r r n o ^ n !·' fi'TO v** The man largcly'respnnsiblr for Ihe success oT this project is Hie (Jnivcrbity a t h l e t i c dcparlmcnl's grounds keeper. With n i l llu- h i ^ h hiph-powcrod lielp t.K and sonc in thc Lncnt Kincc j setup by Dr. HnrlhoJomev/ iL lias thc early poil-\var ymro nf in- been Holt who c a r e f u l l y nd- I .sports cinpliHSts im bt:t .ni 1 · iTiini.steied thc program ; mcl Keen fo it that it horr.' Iruil. As I he t i t l e "K rounds kefi|icr" i m t ) I i c t , Holt's duties require; him lo spend emisidcrnble time keeping the fiiolhall field, track und .-:f;i'titii'i in shapp, plus Ihe pnirlice Ii'MrIs and hascball d i f t m n n d . l l n l i says t h a t it is .surprising how much upkeep i. necessary in by accident t h a i . I I n 1 l i I h e Roorback S t a d i u m d u r i n g thc tiic atlil'..!iq (ic.inrlmcr:'., I summon J I c keeps several boys loo. Hut il v/ris a f i J i l u m i i e a c t 1 ! - j employed d u r i n g tljc summer dent fnr Iho Unr--Rivity. I months just HellinH the field. In 19-KI Hnbe IlfHiscr, HIL-H trin-k ! K t n n d s nnd etiuipment ready for coach for the Kaxorbnck.-. put in | next f a l l . , a work oidei w i t h thir "Jniu'rsity'.i I Currently h'.- is luisy b u i l d l n s a j buildups and ^riiunds ( l e n a r t m c n l . ' new baseball ( t l i i n m n d for thc Ar' kansas nine. II. w i l l bo consiructc-1 on thc silo of tho frc.-.hmnn foot- 1,-ail practice f i e i t j , near the Inca- lion of the University's earliest diamond. For many seasons the. i'orkers and lie war, HIIIOHR thc men a£sifm- | have played bnsrbull nt the Washed to the d e t a i l . j Inglon County K;.ir Clrojnds. but the expen.-e of i^cUiiu: thc grounds i n t o shape, every year f i n a l l y led thc University to decide tn invest in a d u i n i n n t i on the cBiiipus. Only Part O? Job Bui grounds k c r p i n u is only n |)nrt of Holt's duties. livery clfiy ho. p.oefi to tl:c Post Office for the departmcni's m a i l , deliverin« it , to thr Field House. He helps' ; pack e q u i p m e n t fonill the teams pork equipment for all the teams j . u i ' l meets li.-j v i s i t i n g trams thnl · fly in. h a u l i n g t h e i r equipment to the field house. T r a i n i n g deviecs for ihe various teams are in his dc-pnrLincnl as to ' construction and maintenance. He- crntly he had to t a k n over ronres- sions at the basketball fjamrs, poppina tho pop corn, netting up i Iho cold f!i ink boxes and for a i few m i n u t e s filled in al the ticket ; window. At a football £amo he sees that KitiiKaB State cmne home second i with 751 points, including 23 first- | place ballot*. Illinois retained j third place, d i a w h i K eight n o m l - ; for place and 705 nation.*; points. Trail Ing the big three are the · nation's only two IIIHJL: uitbealen | , .. , ,, ! fives, St. Ronaventiire and D u : And w h i l e the wnrk outline was | f(U( ,.. ru . Th( , ,,,,,,,,,,,,. lHpp( , d _,,,,,,, | Basketball Scores i St. HiiM.'ivntturr 70 John Curnill on I Inly Cl-oSri 11(1 S.vnlrilxo 75 DiKILirsiiip 71 .Lii H u l l o 1)0 Doslon C.'!illi?Ki) 115 Tuftr. (11 CoiniKticut 7q Urislon Unlv 04 St. Louis 5lt Urnkp B7 . Oklahomn 46 Inwn Slate 4S Notre Dnmc 75 Nnrt'nveslfrn CO Mlnncsdln 114 Ohio Stulc M Dull-oil 44 Oklahoma AM 42 lown ()8 Butler m Kans.'is 73 Ciilorniln (18 St. John's, .nkn m Piiroiic S3 · Kcijlucky^niJ rJPitlpne^SA; i^ ?'f^ VnmlcTolll'sD "Mississippi 51 Clcmson 80 George WnshhiRton "5 Alabiimn H7 Florida OH Virginia 84 Wnshingtiin nnd 0 I«SU 73 Ocorxlii Tri-ll 51 NC State 02 7'itl 54 Louisiana Tech (10 C'mlcnnary It \vas Kpi'inK and lionsei 1 \v;i;ite:l the track in R n / o r h i i r K .Slndiuni I put i n t o condition for v. r oikoi;t.s. { Holt, a native of Lincoln. WHS ' a n e w l y employed member of the [builriiiiRS and grounds department | (rnin* Irnnis. vfll nit'ch 'kill wlili C'rIK". «-- l-n Win lf "1.v kff'T* Irt *nl1f nf -"y 'll il'IMl ": Hn . UoRnn's An. Holt Only One As i t ' t u r n e d out the v.'orkmrMi Ih'at t'irncd np to tix t h e tntck that sorinR hari r.lmnst no knowledge of what should be done nr ho'.v lo do il. Holt \\as tho only one thai look an in!cn i r.l in uot- Unji thc job dour and he and Mnoscr \vnrkod several days on Lho pro.ior.'t. Alinut a m o n t h l.'itrr .Vihn P.arn- hlll, then head footb.-ill l o a r - h as \vell as a!!i!ctic d i i c r t o t . l)(i;.::m l f i . ra.-'tinf! jirnuild for a f u l l - t i n i e ? 7 1 RronndG keener. Uprm Hoopri 's ;^ i leeomn'irndation he c f i n t j i c l c d L. -3 I.. Brov.-ne. head of tho b u i l d i n g ^ . .md R r o n n r l ^ depai l i n e n t , arul b:id ? ^ i l l o l l lriins'r:-:-cd lo Ihe athlrlr. 1 "1 ' d o p a r t m r n l . It v.'ns a ni'i.e 41 ; has paid bit; dividend!-. i IlollV niany-diilied job kee;is t1ff . him busy t h r o u g h o u t t h e ye.-u. n . | Tor a while he lived n e x t to Sip "*-j \\nr^ staying in ll'ie on ij! Ihe east side of the R a d i u m . He, - l i; his w i f e and bis t-.vo rlaiiyhtrr., ;_'" now live on C i a r l a n d Avenue. ,tf" -\houl the closest Iliinp, to a vnca- ^ , l i n n h j t'ikes is d u r l n K q u a i l e.i- !p1' son when he j;oes b i i n l m p . He i" , imi.'Ps there ore r.lill some b i r d s '"' | oul hear hi.', n.-ilive h a u n t : ; ;it I . i n l coin eneh year. I n disciis...inj; !!^e t u r f on I h r football field Holt [it:c!nrl.s in p.vs the credit on to oihrrs. Me ,,·(. 15r. D. P. Hurlhnlomc'v of tbe l.'ol- Icse of A p r l c t i l l u r e , e*t;dlifhe:l j tho program of f e r t i h / i i i H ,uH spraying, and t h a t I i . i t n h l l l v.r.i. the field is m a r k e d two nr three timer, helps set up thc concession slawlj:, /(els the tfame equipment 'o the f i e l d , h on rail as cmmd boy Cnrroll, 78-f)fl, lust n i R h l to boost; their record to 14-0. K l f l h ranked nnquesne slrelched Us spotless s l r i t i K lo ir by t u r n i n g back L»- Ea'le. 71-011. Thc Honnies drcvf 12 firsts, 5fiB points and advanced froni f i f t h ti fourth. OuciucKno Krnbbed 10 lir.sls, .VJ4 poinls and leaped from seventh In f i f t h . Kansas (15-2) dropped from f o u r t h lo sixth place. Tho Jay Hawks tamed Colorado, 73-08, last night. St. Louis, lfi-4, slipped from sixth to seventh plnce. Tho Bll- likens edscd Drake, 5D-B7, Inst n i g h t . Washington a n d I o w a swapped berths. Tho Huskies (17-.'J) took over eighth place while Iowa (13-1) fell to n i n l h . Iowa turned back Butler. 58-57. last night w h i l e St. .tohn's of Brooklyn, new member of thc top 10, defeated Purdue, 64-53. St. John's (10-2) replaced West; 'Virginia in thc 10th slot. The Mountaineers tumbled from t e n t h ! to 12th place, behind Dayton. ! fall there had been a heavy snow, i Tbe snow wns m e l t i n g on the day ; of the game and it was discovered i d u r i n g the first half that the dress- i Ing room at thc field was f l o o d i n g ! with water. Holt dashed to the hulldlnRE and grounds office for a sledge hmnmcr and chisel and had | a d r a i n cut and thc water out by i half time. "With all t h a t going on." he grins, "I don't see any football ·· u n t i l Ihe last game of t h e vear. i When we plav Tulsa »l Little llock : I buy my::elf a ticket and gel up j in the middle of the stands and j just enjoy myself." | At basketball gjtmex he is !n charge of setting up the field ho\n:e. sweeping the floor, geltlne thc light* In working order nnd setting the chairs around the floor. "The track sea?on K the harder.! of all." Holt says. "It's got to he done (working the track antl pit?' every day. And there's a lot of work lo doing a qtmrlor of a mile Southwestern L o u i s i a n a 7 1 nilsldnii College 41 . Spring Hill Ala 67 Southwestern Louisiana 57 i SMU 54 Arkansas fill North Texas 70 H a r d i n - K i n i i n n n s | 62 ' i Texns Tech 55 Texas Western Mangrum Wins Golf Tourney \ Held At Night! Inglcn'nixl, Calif. - (/P) - Lloyd: Mnngruni was $1,000 richer today, by virtue oClhls victory over fbur. other pros and Amntcur Joe Louis 5 in ihe second annual "Stars Under Thc Stars" night golf tournament. The sponsor of. the affair last' night at the. Inglewood Country Club- hah 1 ·-promised to pay Ihe wlnnc!isl|!J.ono for each stroke-'he helturfij.jlhc par of 72. . Mangnim shot a 71. Other scores were Jack Burkc"Jr. i !2, Jimmy Dcmaret 73. Dr, Cory Mlddlccoft, 75, Tommy Holt 76 and Lduts, thc cx-heavywelght chomp, 81. ; Tho course was illuminated:by spiKlfll ,6j)0(|lght.i nnd permanent floodllKhls which allowed good visibility on'tcC and second shots. Moving shadows, from the crowd of 2.000 and dew made putting difficult. . Thc sp/msor. Sportsman Jimmy Walkcr ( promoted thc tournament to demonstrate they feasibility of playing golf oh an 18-hole course at night." Miami, F l a . -- \Vc-ltnrwel1bt Champion Kid C i a v i l u n , 140. Havana, Cuba, oul'-.oMited H'lii'n.v Oyknfi, 140. Kan Antonio, Tcaxns. 15, title fle':l. P h i l a d e l p h i a -- n i l Turner, 146, Philadelphia, slnpocd S a m m y Mastream, I4li, I'ittsbtiroh J. Chicago--Dave Shade. 138. Detroit, oulpoinled Albert Adams. 138, Chicago, S. ' Providence, II. I.--Ted (Red Top) Dnvi.i, 127, Hartford, Conn.. outpointed Charley Riley, 129, St. Louis, 10. New Orleans -- Ralph Dupas, 133,. New Orleans, outpointed Bill r\Vrl, 130. Bridgeport, Conn., (i. · New York--Orlnndo Zuliieta, 135; Havana, outpointed Basil Mario. 135, Philadelphia. B. Wllkcs-Burre, Pa.--Carman Bn- sillio, M8, Syracuse, N. Y., out- pointed Emirclt (KO) Nonis, 150, Harrisburg, Pa., 10. Richmond. V a -- nichard (Doc) Watkin.i, IBS, Ptttsbiirjih, out- Doinled Alfred IjiBTMUa, 142, Milan, Italy, 8. S P O R T I N G G O O D S coHvcitee VSKCTIALL SHOES ·ASKCTBALLX ATHLETIC SOX PUMCHU'^- BAGS OUH CASES AMMUNITION VOLI.CY BALLS nnn BILL LIFTS riNC PONG SETS THOPHIES--IH STOCK ftnoWNIHG SHOT GUHS IOIINSON BOAT MOTORS SPEC1AL1 1 set basketball w a r m - u p suits -- for boys or girl* --· color red v/ith whit* 'rim -- lippcr al c u f f of psnls -- a $20.00 y»lu« -- lor S9.35 EACH SUIT. ONLY ONE SET OF IS LEFT. LEWIS BROS. CO. for the visiting loam, is in charge |«,' ''I'ltlcrs pins the extension on «f the p a r k i n g lot for visiting dig- '""' 22n » h n n t nltaries, the v l s j t i n g team's '*' Hi the TIMM--II »»T». FlrM I'loui In I Hi!) the entire l i r l d w .1;. the v i s i t i n g team's but; and i n v a l i d s t h a i ate driven in nn the t r a c k . And he is Ihe person who executed Ihe red and white e:ul xones 1/ist y e a i . The keys to the gates are under Ids protection and he is regarded as the high mogul of the whole works by the kids thai are faced will) sneaking In or missing Iho acllon. He also k In charge of Iho ntunt cards ur.ecl by Ihe students at homo games. And occasionally nn enier- grni-y nrl»e» t h a t requires hl« prompt attention. Dmtlng Boom Floodi Al tho Arkansas-Texas gamf la^t Hul Tom is happy with his Job and takes mil pride In doing il. And the University can be proud lo have him, loo. I f the University j Is as loyal to him as he has been ! to tin- U n i v e r s i t y thc two will be j In happy and productive compan-! lonshlp for many years to come, j KENTUCKY STRAIGHT lOUHiON 1C r t O O r · U H O t r K I N Q O H I I U I N 8 C O M F A N V · lOUIMIUI. R I N I U C K T

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