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"Dogs Travel To Tulsa For Game With Central Second Meeting Between Teams This Season Fayettev.lle Looks For Tough Game With Oklahomans The Fayettevllle Bulldogs, once defeated in 13 games this season travel to Tulsa lonight for a seconc meeting with the Central Braves The 'Dogs defeated Central, 55-33 in the opening game of the csm paign pla.vecl at Root Gym. Tonight's game starts the r.ccond round of games for FayettevillE with ihe teams that are scheduler on a home-and-home basis. Following tonight's tilt the Bulldogb meet Fort Smith, there, Februarj 12, Spri««field, Mo., here, Fenru- and Tuisa Rogers here, February 19. all for the second time this season. Coach Glenn Stokenberry, whose charges pinned ,-. sound thrashing on Tulsa Central in the first meeting, is looking for a good deal of trouble in tonight's contest. The 'Dogs coach feels that Central will have a much improve:! team at this'stage of the season and that the 22-point margin by which Fay- etteviile won the first came will be remembered by the Tulsa team. Added to that the Tulsans are now familiar with the Fayetteville players and will be playing on their home court. All that adds up to a close game. Then, too, the Fay- eteville team lias seldom appeared as good as it did at the start of the season. Billy Parker, with a wrist weakened by injury, will be available for duty, f l o w well he has recovered his shooting prowess is another matter. Usually a big point- maker for the 'Doss his wrist kerit him from scoring a single point in the last outing. And Kenny Crudup has missed several days of practice this week with a throat Infection. However, the regular starting lineup is expected to take the floor for the opening tip-off. Should a reserve be needed Larry Head* is on first call. Head has filled in on a number of occasions this season with marked success. It's ilrange,. but the idti never ed, but let's tike a look «t the in- oicurreci to us before. There It rested--inert, but fertile yet--like a dandelion setd. (And about as useful.) Who knows how lung the germ of life might have slumbered un- awiiktned in our sub-conscious had not the moist warmth of an' a 3' others suggestion stirred its embryo into action? For that mater, who cares? \ But there it is, no matter. It all came about with the announcement that the University foothall team will embark upon a program of synthetic training lereiptlitructor:. The machine is set up in a corner of the Field House. On first looks like little .more man a movie projector and screen wtih an oversized checker board letting in. front of the screen. Specially prepared m o v i e s 'would (how a team' lining up, the ball snapped, the pass receivers fanning out in their patterns and Interest Being Shown In Athlete's Grades the passer throwing While this sequence the ball, Is taking plac« the football player must react to the picture, picking out the man he would defend against this spring. Photographic slides \ moving into position at the play showing the various defense for- 1 develops. ' -·ations used by opposing teams I - The coaches could instruct the have been prepared and will be players on his part in the de- presented to the team for the pur- feniive picture, and the blocks lose of instant recognition. I in the checker board area would It works in this manner: the ' show, by a chart keyed to the ilides are shown to the members ( film if the player moved into the of the team with the salient fea- I right position. slides! · Kicking field goals and extra i.res outside. arc flashed Then the a screen (Kith of a second and the team, if t knows its formations properly, an identify the defense. Tl.e object here is to help the Porker quarterback in making good play selections pnd to better irepare him for changing signals fter leaving the huddle. Other can members with ? good »ork- ng knowledge of the varioijs defenses -- their v.-eaknesscs and trenglhs-- can better understand low to complete individual as- ignments. (In theory, anyway.) at a · points would be a simple thing. Mow, you ask, can this germi- late an idea in our mind? Well, sir. You need to know our lackground. A large stand with a football tied to u heavy cord would constitute trie-device. One player would hold the ball, the otner wpuld aim at a wall chart showing the actual perspective of th$ goal posts. Direction, distance and height of the kiek are 'automatically calculated b'y : the machine: That should eive you an idea jf how the things would work.; There appears to be endless possi-| bilities. If Ihese olhcr devices) prove popular there endless refinemenls New York-(/P)-Th« new Na tional Collegialc Athletic Association principle which requires athletes to "make satisfactory progress toward a degree" seems to be showing results although it has been in effect less than a month. During the past week, as results of mid-year examinations have been coming in, at least 25 vnrslty athletes at major colleges and universities throughout the United States have been dropped from school or declared ineligible for athletics because of scholastic rto . The list probably is incomplete as these arc only the ones whose name« were menlioned in wire slories. Such procedure is normnl at this time when examination grades are posted and Ihe new semester begins. But the attendant publicity isn't normal. In past years the colleges were inclined to adopt a hush-hush attitude when an athlete failed in. his studies. Only abtiut a year ago It took several da.vs for snorts writers to confirm that Vic Janowicz, Ohio Slate's All-America football star, had flunked out. They had to locale Vic and persuade him to pay a camous parking fine so he could get his grades. Rnihlng Into Print This year, possibly because of the NCAA academic principle or because the college presidents have demanded that athletes should also be students, the institutions are rushing into orint with the news when a star football or basketball player becomes ineligible. /re giving out wholesale lots. ditiops. in fact if the coaches like this plan we know where Ihey can acquire the services of an ace M ' almost | Brown, for instance came out la.s week with the word that Edward Stxton. center and captain-elect of the football team, and four hockey and ad- _ -, , ,, , , ,, , , , , , . can aq During World War 11 we^eld a , mmbpMr Qne m a n ' t o take cnarge . Basketball Scores fv Tltr Alinrtaltfl FrrK* Holy Cross 85, Columbia 80, overtime. · DcPaul 66, M a n h a t t a n 65. NYU 95, Syracuse 78. Duke 68, Milliam Mary 62. Furman 59, South Carolina 56. Centenary 55, Northwestern La 48. ^ M e m p h i s Stale 89, Union Tenn Tulsa 46. Oklahoma AoiM 33. Mat-queue 57, Noire Dame 50. Wichita 63, Creighton 62. Utah Slalo 62, Now Mexico 58: Wcsl Texas 59, Arizona 57. Henderson 63. Ouachita 55. Arkansas AM 80, Southern Stale 67. BOWLING ·uttncss LtafD* The Rogers croup split 2-2 with the Filter Atjency to fail into a thrue place (lc for f i r s t position. Rlcketl's DniR ;ihd iCellcy C.-ori. beat their op- pononls, Fplrway Sfnrc nnd Mason's Cafe, 4-0, to share Ihc lead. Modern Moiors, lei' )jy -A. C. Ulvog, wirh iha highest individual mark this season {L'jll-fisai, trimmed Stiunp Fur ni lure Company Tor Tour points, while Fergu- ! son's Ca f cterln defeated Hahn Con- I s t r u c t i n n Co. ,1-1. C r c i g h t o n s Drive- | Jn fook PalHcc Drug 3-Pand C. A. Swanson and Son.jumped six places up the Icagut ladder in taking three points from Proctor Potato Chins. Cy Carney Appliances defeated mc- liroy Bank 3-J. W h i t H e l d Motor Co. took Cnca-Co!a. 3-1, and Dr Pepper look Bolie's Grocery tor lour points. Kickelt's captured team series honors with 2,76ft pins and' Cy Carney Ap- pManccs blasted the high team singic of 960. insilion in the U.S. Navy's spe- j ial devices branch. Our funcllun vas in the operation and main If- ancc of the Navy's synthetic raining devices -- among which /ere the recognition projectors. A . recognition projector is a igh priced slide projector with shutter on th? lens that can b« regulated us to the time it r $' mains' open after tripping. The mechanism (we once fi?ld stripped one in thf dark using fleece- lined glove* A'ith time out for lunch in a period ot ]2'hours ... . never were able to get it back to- Yanks Get Four Hurlers On Line New Yprk-OT)-The New York Yankees today announced the McDonald and Dick Carr «n^ left- handers Frank "Stubby" Overmire and Art Sh'allock. Klh.r though) Is exacOy 'M same «^?$£ %£ ^X" '^"^' " k l n Bart "} as on a camfra anrl runs from Ih? j hree h as i, wn a f u n SCMO n in cquivalenl o( ."time exposure" · ' · which is manually operated, to nlaycn n«d ni" afoul ot academic deficiencies. Sextnn and Ron Urquhart and Pat GoBRin of the hn-key tram were dfonned from collepe. Twn other hockey requ- lars. Bob Malcy ;ind I..w Seti»ri were merely made ineligible for competition. Notre Dame rirooned three varsity basketball players. Kntco Shine, Don Strasser and .lohn Ktc'vjm from t'-e s|Ua'l .iilft a few lioqrn before an Important Bentonville Downs Green Forest, B-M Benlonville - (Soeclal) - Although four squad members wore benched by virus flu the Bentonville Tigers Seat Green forest, 5344, in a conference tilt. Wednesday night in the local gym. The Tigers were on top 14-10 at the end of the first quarter and !ed, 40-32 going into the last. Mclvin Rising and Jimmy Kumpe, all tourney selections at the recent Springdale . Invitational tournament, garnered 11 and 10 points respectively for the winners, However. Dllbert Dotson was high scorer of the night as he made seven field goals for 14 points. ·Winkle and Keller paced Green Forest w i t h 10 noinls cm:''. W i l h ' E d w a r d Knox, hall hawking guard, slruc'k from the roster by the virus the B n n f n n v i l l p junior high drooped a 32-18 decision to the t a l l Green Forest .i-lniors. It was the third loss of the .year for the baby Renials malnst 15 wins. Ross and Dunby soarked Green Forest with 8 counters each. Jack Sla'nner led Benlonville with fl. Absent from the varaltv wrn Krtwarrl White. Sam Caldwell, Dave R'rkotts. nnd Stuck. The Tigers wi" m e n l - t V Holers Mountaineers Friday night at Hogers. The Mountaineers' were the victors by a narrow margin in the first mccling of the two teams. Buildups, P-Teaiii Play Van Buren A double-header bn feared at Root Gym tonight vhen the Ka.vctlevillc Junior Hig' .'earn nd the Bulk'"-' fi-toam meet majors. McDonald, a promising 24-ycar- one second, which i; Automatic,: old fast bailer, was acquired from 500th and thif St. Louis Browns last fall in i exchange for rookie catcher Clint nnd oh the 100th, 1,000th of a second. For those not acquainted T ith I Courtney. He won only four and the machine, 100th may sound lilif | lost "even with .the lail-cml ·i pretty fast exposure. Actually Browns, but all his victories were It U f.irlv ilow to r person fa- against the top three teams in the rflili«r · ' · " · - · * °.w.« TM '"· '«*·«· He whipped the Yankees slides. wilh Ihc subject on the The average person can score belter lhan 90 of 100 at that speed with little practice.' At 'a 1,000th 'it is lomf harder. When we were' discharged in 1946 from Uncle Sam's Navy we were given a litlle' booklet that explained to iis what our training qualified us for in civilian life. As a special devices man our equivalent as a civilian was listed as a coin-operated machine lech- nician. What with Otto Oafce already the pini-ball czar of Northwest thai line of work was out of the question for us when we returned home. So we allowed that training to lie fallow in the back of our mind. Not until this week did we resurrect it', and w^ now see endless possibilities. nogei't. Ark niu'keU's Drug - KelJey Bro^. Lumber Co. McIIrnv Hank The Rlller Agency Cv Carney Appliances Modern Motors Jlahn Construclion Co. FerRuson'B Cafeteria To supplement the recoBiiitioi course there could be an inter- ceptislructor, a field goal am extra point machine, a card, quiz machine, a brokenfieldrunistruc 8 ! lor, a passculator and maybe i 7 tacklometer and a blockometer. "-'.'"'"'."'-' 6 All Ihesc devices--as we lenla- --- % | lively piclure them in our mind-."""""" s I would work in principles proven s | in actual use and could be storcc ._'_'_' j at the Field House for use Stump F u r n i t u r e Ci Crrifihton's Drive-In Mason's · Cafe Whitlicld Motor Co. Dr. Pepper ...... Rohe's Grocery "Coca-Cola _ , , . Proctor Potato chips .. 2 1 \verc originally conceived as a . 4 ! r;; ·ainy Advertia* in the TIMES.-lt par». ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS CACLI WILDINO CO. · Wrought or Cast Iron Railing and Columns Wrought Iron Furniture Anything For Thtf Horqs Frcr Estimates FORT SMITH W Mil Ti --- |, u ,,..r days. Synthetic devices, in* I eluding the recognition machine, substitute for the real thing--a substitute that would be readily available and whose characteristics could be readily controlled;. No one ever assumed that synthetic Cevlces \yotild be better than training under actual conditions. But as f substitute they hurdled many a logistic problem. Space doesn't permit an outline of all the dcvicch above'mention- league. He whipped twice, and the Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox once. each. Arkansas Tech Undefeated In AlC Cage Play ·r Tht AitoclaM Prtu If there's any doubt' left that Arkansas Tech is'the cream of the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference, the Wonder ^oys are doing their best to erase it rapidly. Last night, the unbeaten .Tech cagcrs, playing a fire-up Little Rock Junior College team featuring the loop's top point-maker, extended their consecutive conference victory string to 13 with t M-er win. JC's Manuel Whltley hit the has. ket for 22 points in his almost un- moletted march toward the league scoring championship, but his efforts fell short of stopping Tech JC, just an also-ran in the conference title race, held an early lead, and pulled to within four points of Tech late in the game. Then, reserve center Bill Stanley .-. ...-.,... the Juniors and B-teani of Van ame with Kentucky. They Iwl I Buren. The firsl game Is 'slated failed to maintain the af'letes' re- for «;45. oiiired average of 77. At Notre A red-hoi rivalry exisls be- Dame Ihe nassing crude Is 70 bg' hvten the squads of the two schools and tonight's games wind up a scries held this year between ricular aetivit'cs, I n d u d l n u at 1 ' 1 - letics. must make belter marks.' Drtiinfd Frftin School At wnilam and Mary. Willie Clark, *-foot-fi basketball center, nnd three football players were Arkonsans Win Two Mid-South Boxing T i t l e s Memphij-Wl-Arkmunnj h o l d two of the Mid-South Golden Gloves Tournament boxing titles, along w i t h the "best fighter" award and a special sporUmafishlp trophy. Norlh Mtlle Hock's Sonny Ing- run, a flashy, hard-hitting middleweight, stopped flobcrt Bcoslcy of Jacknon, Tenn., on a TKO In 1:18 of Ihe jecond round list nfghl to win the title in his division. And Tullos Mtad of Out-coin, brother of Pete Mead, one-time contender for the world's waller- weight title, won the heavyweight championship on a decision over Wilbur Staudlnger of Memphis Navy. Ingran, who alto won the middleweight tlllp here last year, and holds the Arkansas AAU lighf heavyweight division, received the sportsmanship award. Billy Joe Quails of North Little flock, who had been favored to win Ihc lightweight division on .he basis of two hnl-round cnockouts the previous night, los' a decision to Andrew Sdambria ol Orleans. * Porker Spring Sports Program Opens In March Arkansas'* 1952 aprliig sports rogram will set under way Ihe alter part of March with the four ports featuring Itineraries timllar lait year's. The clnder-mon will compete in he lop relay« of the mid-west; he baicball club ban tentatively cheduled another 10-gume elate; the llnkiturs will once again enter So'uthwett Conference competition after a two-year layoff; and the Improving tennli squad will play a 12 or 11 match schedule with regional opponents. Two major changes in the program ai released by Director ot . Etmrs ISPORTS MORTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMES Fov.ttivill. Arfca Friday, February I, 1*51 Palmer's 64 Tops Field At El Paso F.I Paso, Texas- l/l'i -Johnny Tulnier. the Badln. N. C'.. t o u r n n - . in(!iu veteran, for wlmm the cash | register hnmi'l hrra ringing much lately, set out ni the head o[ the field In t'i'p $10,000 El Paso Open's second 18-holn round t.iday. Palmer led with a scven-umlcr- j Elkins girls topped Prairie Grove Elkins Girls Beat Prairie Grove For County Cage Title Fllkins wrapped up one Washing ton County Conference cage till' and moved into first place in thi race for toe other last night ii w i t h Prairie Grove. Th' par 0-i but his position was n t r i f l e j I 1 '-!' to win th« cni'ntv »haky even for Ihc first r o u n d · pionnbi.'i, and Ihe Elkins boyi which wasn't finished for nine j wna, 02-81) to oust the Tijers frojT plnyers last night. i the lend. Floth gomes were piayec Among thKin was Marty F u W u , a t Pra!ric Grovc of Lciminl, 111., w h u . h i i d a f o u r - ! Tl-e hoys Batnr wns a close ollf umier-imr wlii-n lie was forced to:" 1 1 the, way. The Score was lice quit on the 13th bccniue it · " l ll "! I'" 1 ' and wil!-, fiv« to dronpfd from .school for failure prog- the squaJ.s. Games so been extremely close. The Faycllcville High varsity far h»v» Athletics John Darnhlll arc In golf · « " 'ff * * ...,J L - _ _ U ^ t t «·_.. 1I.L II . .1 ... and b«««b»ll. For the first time I a number ot ycnri, Rar.nrhank sank two field goals, and. coasted home. Tech In AAU 'championship ' swimming meets the relay scoring system has been changed. In ' freestyle relays the scoring will be on a 14-10-1-6-4-2 basis and in the medley relay on a 12-9-7-5-3-1 basis. $38,000 Missing to make proper academic re". Illinois put three basketball reserves on the ineligible list alone with shol-DUltcr and football guard John Bauer. Purdue drooped Ernie-Hall from the basketball jqund for a training violation and wouldn't let him baok because of ic^olast'c deficiencies. Svracuse we Ihe hravc-ho to ] football halfback John Colcerl; SI. John's of Brooklyn dropped bas- Mbntler Jim Coyle. who' had played 14 varsity games as a' freshman this winter, and Pcnn State Hronpctl t«'o of its better football players, Paul Anders and j Ted Shattuck. and its star quarter mlleri Ollie Sax. On "the other s'do, ^Ibe only item of importance that hiis comn to 1 U recently was that Jack Mo- lincs, Columbia basketball ptar who was redared inelieiblf last year, has made uo his deficiency nnd rejoined the team. Blackwell In Hospital; Condition Not Serious Tampa, Fla.-i/fyEwcll Black- veil. Cincinnati Reds pitcher, is in a hospital here but a doctor said his condition docs not appear serious. The doctor, who declined use of his name, said Insl night thai Blackwel] was taken to the hospital Wednesday with chills and fever but improyiri overnight. Diagnosis of his illness was not complete, the. doclor reported. In 1949 Blackwcl.l had an operation for removal of one kidney bul recovered and pilched regularly Ihe past two seasons. Fights Lost Niqht Boston--Willie James, 204, Bos- ion, oi:lpolnled FUx Layne, 199, Sail Lake City, 10. Portland, Me.--Bob Steelier. 184, ^ortland, Me., stopped Jim Sauer, 70, Cambridge, Mass., t. New York--Nino Vnldez, 206, lavan*. outpointed Keene Simmons, 206, Bayonnc, N. .1.. 10. Vancouver, B. C.--Bobby Woods, 2B, Spoknnc,' slopped Frank Almond, 128, Vancouver, ft. tend the two games. sir « w olf h ^""bSr-" 'u 1 ^ ; ffi.rtt^^iiW. jt, n £ K,,^ n ^KK^^^S,? thai ns m a n y fans as possible alai ,, .. part . Um( ," instructor Hnd the Porker's re-entrance Into 'conference, play Is expected to flrenlly bontt Arkansai'i onci - aa||lh( links program. ^As for Ihe diamond crew, they'll be playlns on a new field now being constructed on the Unlver»lty campus. The team has u«ed the County Fairgrounds in th« past Outside'oT the appointment of Zander, the only other coachlnit change to be -made will be in tennii where fraduat* asulstant Francis "Windy" Morrli take* the February Sports Card I PttlCI bttwten Brofklyi), N, Y., ' an4 Ttxu »rf altritd (9 »»lcl) ' '- u nil atftloqi »«r Mt'ttln - (»l«ive), tank teller who I lunfli prtiumaMy t« imt ^rai)iw w)h, but nivtr n- UflHfl. A Wtyj^kup 4l*ciflM) n^i Mwt 9H,vM w'viit with hint-It Ii Mltv*d Intwdlni to try I* ·**eh Mnle*. Ren ·* with Ute Umea- h* Feb. I -- Fayeltrville Junior IliKh vi. Van Buren Junior llilth, at 11:45, at Root Gym; Fayettevill« Hlch B-team VI. Van liuren il-toam, I p. n)., at Root Gym. Feb. I -- BulMois vi. Tulia Central, at Tulia. Feh. !» -- Raaorbarki vi. *lc», at lloualon. Peb. I -- ArkiniM Fr«h vp. Joneiboro AAU, at Jonnlnro. Feb. 11-- Raiorbaclu v». Texan A. and M.. at College Station. Feb. 12 -- BulldnKs vs. Fort Smith, at Fort Smith. Feb. 15-- Bulldog* va. Springfield, No., here, at R p m. Feb. 15 -- Arkansas Frosh vi. Tulsa Frwih at S.llliaw. Okla. Feh. 1»-- Bulldot« vs. Tulia Will Rogers, here, at i p. m. F«b. 1»-- Raaorbaeki v«. Baylor, here, at R p. m. Feh^ to-- Arkaniai Frnb vi. Okraultee A. and M., at Okmul- tee. Feh. 21 -M-- District On. w*at Junior Boya Basktthall Tournament, at Rnrera. Feb. 22 -- BulldoKn va. Sprlni- dale, here, at ft p. m. Feh, 22 -- Arkansai Fnwh vi. Fort Leonard Wnntf, at Waynes- vllle. Mo. 'Feh. 23 -- Raiorbacki v«. S.M.U., at Dallas. Feb. 25 -- Raiorbacki va. T.C.U., at Fort Worth. 'Feb. 21-Marr.h 1 -- Dlatrlet One Weil A Senior Ko^i B»akethall T o u r n a m e n t , »t Sprlngdale. Feb. 21-March 1 -- DUtrlel One Weit Claat B Senior ·«» Baaketball Tourn«m«nt, at Thcre is a former Chicago tylaek Hawk player in the lineup ot every National Hockey Ltaiue team. Not white, not wheat, not ryt, but a flavor blend of all thre,t-- Juiujt't Roman Meil Rrtit). n-i»-ti ANGUS BULL SALE Feb. 12-1 P.M. ARKANSAS LIVESTOCK SHOW GROUNDS ·60 Rtf liUrtd Ab*r4««n An|ui Built I-I YMII 014 - trim Tiff Marti *f IK. tut. ArkMsis ANrfcM ARflvs Ira^tn AsitciillMi l9M», MaelliM, Ark., SM'V. post vacated by Hu«he» Davis who left lit fall. In lolf, the administrative duties' of gchedullnf and travel will be handled by basket- bin asilitant John Campbell, was loo dark lo sec what In- was : "ectinds to i;o wns tied at 60-80 dninj;. He winds up the first r '" v ^'"iv/altcr. a sophomore, fired round Ihc first t h i n g today and h c i " '""B sot-shot with time almosl mifihl cacth Palmor on the remaining five holes. Another unfinished nlayc-1 wns Hnnk Mercer or Detroit who wns even par throllgh 13. The others had high scores. But Palmer hud a t n r r l f l c round over the cold, dusly 6,.1IB-ynrd El Pnso Country Club course, doing the Inst nine In 30-five under par. Breathing on Palmer's nnck was tall Cary Mid'JIecoff ol Memphis, Tenn., who did a OS. In third p'nci? stroke behind Mlddlecoff, wns Doug Ford of Harrison. N. V. After today's round Ihc fluid ill he cut to the 00 low'pro'cs-i nlonnls «nd ties plus Iho 10 low I aid the shot connected tc j slvc Elkins tliu win. It win. I Prnlrlc Grove's first Ions In county IciiKiic piny. Elkins moved, to the top with an; 8-1 record. They have one ramt remaining with G r e e n l a n d , Pr.ilrrle Grove ploys. Welt Fork find Lincol nbefore ending Its con-, fcrcncc competllion. Atha, of Elklni, and Colby, of- Prairie Grove plays West Fork nnd Lincoln before ending Its con- · Setting 21 points. F.lkins plays Huntiville, at Elkins, Wodnt'sdny. In both boys nnd Kirli game*. The (Irit one is Blatcd for 7:15, amateur., Thoy w i l l piny the final | Dom _ KOH H! ; AL fH J6 holes Snturtluy and Sunday. Jim Ben ton Bowling !*nm Mi. HOT TAMALES TO G0-^60c DOZ. Look! V.rno llackburn ii th« ee«k «t HM Deluxe. Sh* hat delicious lunches. Alto Home- Made Pies. DE LUXE EAT SHOP 306 W. 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