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Bulldogs Squeeze Past Central, 51-50 Stall Barely Gains Verdict Head And Trammel! Play Key Roles In Final Quarter The Fayetteville B u l l dogs squeezed past the Tulsa Central Braves, 51-50, last night in a game played at Tulsa. A late stall by the Bulldogs almost went awry as the Braves, a 55-53 victim of Fayetteville earlier in the season, closed a four-point deficit to one- point in the closing seconds. Clutch relief work by Larry Trammel! and Larry Head, junior reserves, v:as a vital factor in the Fayetteville win. The Csi.tral team was well-pointed for the game and compiled a remarkable shooting average against the close- guarding Fayetteville tsam. In the third and fourth quarters Trammel! and Heart were called upon to relieve Kenny Crudup, who is just recovering from a severe cold, and Billy Parker, still handicapped by a wrist injury. The juniors came through, scoring between them five of Fayelte.- ville's eight points in the last uuartei. Fayetteville, after trailing by single poinls, 17-!8 at the first 'quarter, and 26-27 at the half, moved into a 4?,-43 tie at the three-quarter mark. Opening the last period the 'Dogs jumped to a four-point lead and with five and a half minutes left in the game started a stall. . The Fayetteville freeze worked well and Parker and Crudup returned to assist in the ball-handling chores, for almost two and a half minutes the 'Dogs maintained possession agains' the desperate defensive work of the Tulsans. Finally a had v pass u-eru out of bounds and Tuli-a'u Moss was fouled after his team gained possession. Moss, the gar.ie's high scorer with 17 points, sank the free throw. The Bulldog then maintained possession with its deep freeze for ; a minute and six secnnds. Tul- Ba fouled Russ McConnell, who, on the out-of hounds play, had to throw the ball out-of-bounds across court to keep from passing to a Tulsa plnyer that broke suddenly in front of Ray Barnes In the ba.ikeourt. Tulsa took the hall and Moss hit on a field goal to cut the margin to one-point. With five seconds left Parker was deliberately fouled. He missed his first free throw and the 'Dogs look the ball out, the game ending before they worked across the cmcr line. Ray Barnes saw a consecutive free throw streak end at 19. The red-head started t h e streak against Van Buren and continued Ii through eight eames. T!'. sh'eak topped McConnell's string of 17 straight piled up earlier in the season. ' Barnes was high for Fayetteville with 16 points. ·The box score: Fayftteville FO FT PF TP Crudup, f _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 5 1 7 Head, I ... ' . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 2 1 - 1 McConnell. f _ _ _ _ 5 2 Trumbo, c __________ 3 1 Barnes, g _ ._ ...... 6 4 Parker, g -------- I 0 trammel!, g ______ 1 1 Tofals _________ 18 15 Central Kile, f ..... ______ 7 Godwin, W., f ...... I Barham, c _______ 0 Moss, g __________ 8 Tunbs. g _________ 1 Orballgh, g ______ 0 Godwin, R., f ____ 2 Kirkland, g _______ 0 Totals __________ 19 Porkers Play Rice Tonight, Aggies Monday 3 2 3 4 0 14 4 2 2 WALT BEACH"] Oinrontted Woteb Repairing Wild Bnwwi eiMinn 1.1 I. CenHr stmt VAVITTEVILLC, HHL mont itM OM On ttntt* The Arkansas Rizorbacks fft t second- look at th« Bice Owls tonight, meeting their conference rivals at Houston. Rice, won an earlier game played »t fiyettt- ville, 4f«. . ' ' ' The Porker followers see « good chance for victory in tonight's game, basing that hope on the fact that Arkansas has shown marked improvement since changing offensive tactics, a move brought about by the leaving -of Billy Hester, the seven-foot Louisiana center. However, Arkansas' better ahow- ing in recent gimfs hat been against weaker opposition on the whole, and Rice, too, is reported in much better physical condition than when th«,Owls defeated Arkansas several weeks ago. Not to be discounted, however, was the Rizorbacks' stirring upict of Texas Christian, the conference's outstanding team. The work cut out for Arkansis tonight includes the stopping of » pair of -.fancy -guards, Maurice Teague, a slippery ball-handler, and Leonard Childs, a deadly set- shot artist, who hit six of six field goals and four of four free throws against the Hogs on the Arkansas court. In addition the Porkers must give close attention to Gene Schwinger, the 6-6 sophomore cen- ler of the Owls, who is Improving with every game and bids fair to be one of the loop's top pivot men. Following tonight's game Arkansas moves to College Station [or a game with Texas A. and M., another team that earned a narrow victory over the Hogs in an earlier game. Yejar Scores Kayo Over De Fazio; To Meet Demarco Next New York-(/P)-Chico Vejar, the fighting freshman from NYU, had his college education all paid for ; today. Now he's looking forward to earning post-graduate fees against rough Paddy Demarco on February 29. The wiry, fast-punching 20- year-old from Stamford. Conn., gave chunky Johnny "Red" De Fazio of Bayonne, N. J., £ course in stretch fighting last night and then stopped him in 41 seconds of the ninth round in Madison Square Garden 10-rounder. Chico's neat exhibition earned him about 57,500 and put him in line for the Garden shot with DeMarco, a ranking lightweight ton- tender. Although the swarthy Connecticut youngster won like the-5-to-l favorite he was, he had some anxious moments in the early rounds. A notoriously slow starter, Chico was dumped for eight in the second round by a right uppercut to the chin. That shnt apparently woke him up for he caught up to Rpd by the fifth round and breezed -from there on. Chico, who weighed 147 as ciid De Fazlu, grew stronger each round while De Fazio tired under the fast pace. For I Smith Is Winner Of Big Six Cage Title (By The Associated Press) The Fort Smith Grizzlies wrapped up the Big Six Ilijh School Conference basketball championship without playing a league game Friday nipht. The only teams which still had a matematical chance of tying lh!' Grizzlies for top honors lost it as Pine Bluff beat Worth Little Pock 56-47 and Hot Springs upset LMle Rock 39-37. North Little Rock and Little Rock eacli has been beaten three times now. Fort Smith, with an 8-1 record, has only liot Springs · r 1 " ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS CACLI WILDING CO. WrtiiiEllt or Cast Iron nailing Hliri Columns Wroufihl Iron riirnltnr* Anything For The Home Free Enllmalos FORT IMITH l» KM 1111 T.WHn left to play. Basketball Scores U.S. Olympic Bobsled Team To Risk Lives Testing Run Oslo, Norway-W-Four huge 1 men were ready to risk their lives today in a tent to determine if the Olympic bobsled run is safe for a four-man crew. The quartet' comprises the United States' sled No. 1, one of the top favorites to take the four- man title back to the United Stales from the sixth Winter Olympic Games, which open here Thursday. Stan Benham, Lake Placid, N. Y.. 195-pound member of the American world champion teams of 1949 and 1950, is the driver of the sled. With him are Pat Martin, Massena, N. Y., 270 pounds; .Tim Atkinson, Hamilton, N. Y.,' 242 pounds, and Howard Crossett, Bradford, N. H., 280 pounds. Benham said, his team had agreed to a request from the International Bobsled Federation to test the run, which was closed to four-man sleds yesterday after an American and Italian team shot over the ice coated side on the third turn. Curtis Stevens, Lake Placid, manager of the American team, insisted the turn would never do for four-man sledf. "It's not built right," he said. "You can't get into it properly. It needs to be hollowed out or banked differently hut the Nnrwesians nk . h|llollrl Va.-./IV\Villi a m won't agree so far. It's perfectly i M .,,,,,; s(m ,,,,,,; ' -- | all right for two-man sleds be-1 after-effects of Ms 19.11 A i h l e t i e i cause they are shorter and slow- : jj op; . r t mcn t scandal, u-tis in the lv i ninrket for a new football couch Today's regular practice on the j today for the second time In less brand new run will be limited to M] I H n s | x months, two-man sleds. Two-man bob-1 After only one season as head sled racing is the first event on ; co..ch--a season during which his Bulletin Tht Arkanias Haiorbacki will atari spring practice on or ·bout February 19, it wai announced by the Arkaniai athletic department this morning. The declrion. was reached through a Isar that March may hoM much bad weather. The original dMo for opening of drills was about March 1. Tht coaches will keep a weather- sye pseled for signs of qeod or bed weather as the 19ih approaches and gpvern the nearness lo that data accordingly. Th9 nnr.url iprinn practice games hrve tncn icl at March P. in FnyelievUlo. ·nri March 15 H Lilila Ro=k, finring practice this year, under a nsw conference ruling, will hi limited to IB days of actual work. Bass Resigns As Football Coach At William And Mary TOP TIMBER TOPPER //Affff/SO/V PILLARD, -- OUT By Alan Mover WPOOft MR PL MS fteiGH TO 6 STRAIGHT PIUARP'S 2°-'£XR Oip i/MBs -H PIKfr Qt/AUf/ M HIS pur cdfte flaiot/SH i"/r/i ic Gi'/MKc loo-fiierep. Tine. . //VOoo/f" C/iMP.'j'O/V. the Olympic program. Middlecoff Grabs Lead At El Paso El Paso, Tcxas-(/P)-Cary Mid- rilecoff, who said. "Anybody can win Rogers Pins Loss On Benionville 1 j Honlrmvillc-fSpeiMHO-The Rng- team compiled a fine 7-U record-y o u t h f u l M a r v i n 13ass lias handed in his resignation. Ba?s, 32, who took over Uu? coaching chores of last August 18, said he was an other victim o f ' "a coaches insecurity." Mountaineers led all but two Bass look over ns head c n a - h L , _ ,_,, .,,; ,,,,,, .. : ,. Ul ,, only a few days a f t e r the scancliil erupted in mid-August, prccipi- taliiife the resignation of IIend Coach H. N. McCray find Haskcl- ball Cortch Barney Wilson. I t wrs le El P:tso Open," figured it charged thai Iho Alhlelic Depart- as well be Gary Mitldlccoff m c n t / Y i f i R f i d " the Bj-ndcs of as he led a field of 78 hv P'TM""»ig ll! g !l school ath'clcs In enable them to q u a l i f y for entrance al William and Mary, ;ind ! ix-sl of (he | ! that certain athletes v.-crc {passing grades in classes they die! ; not attend. Last today three strokes Inlo the third round of the $10,000 toiirnamenl. Black-haired Cary had an 11- under-par 131 for 36 holes with rounds of 65 and M6 over battered El Paso's country club's 6,315 yards. The Memphis, Teiin., c.v-dentist shot for birdies on all except one n .v Tlic Associated Press) hole yesterday and missed five o f l New York--Chicn Ve.iar, 147, them in a way to irritate, but lie! Stamford, Conn., .stopped Jo'iimy si.id he bore Lady Luck no ill will. I "Red" Defaziu, 147, Bayoime. N. ,1. He could afford to be magnani- ' 9. mous. It's going to be mighty! Hollywoorl, C n l l f -- V l r s l l A k i n s , tough for anybody to catch h i m . 1.18, St. Louis, stopped n.-iby I.e- 111 nov. as he envisions' his f i r s t ' r o . v , 135, Oakland, Calif., 4. ' ami a half minutes last n i g h t to j defeat U:e Benionville Tigers, 4Q- 27, in KORCTS. Bonlnnvillo went ahrnrl 4-2 w i t h a m i n u t e nml 4. r i scnmrls jinnc in I he first quarter, but Honors lleri it and then came out in f r o n t with I'.vo and n ' h a l f minutes grmc. The Mountaineers stayed ahead the Score at thn end of the first quarter wns 13-7; nl l i n l f t l m c ii was 1!)-lfi, and at Ihe cr.d of thirri quartor it \vns 31-22. Buddy Blonm field led Hogers in st'oi-jriR with f7 poinls, follower! by Icammalc Guy Cable with H. iUf.lvm f!i:iin^ scored 10 for Bcn- I n n v j M e , and A l f r e d Knox of Bcn- tonvillo sol 10. Sovi'ial H e n l n n v i l l c plnyrrs '.vore out of the lineup because of incJudin^ .Jimmy Ktnnpc, who wns .-(Il-tournament at the tournament victory of the year, j \v rs t a lm Bench, J-'la.--Norm j s p r i n g d u l p tourney. In second place_\vas Le\v (The! Thompson, 143, Patei-son, Chin) Worsham of Oakmont, Pa., who alto did a 5-under-par 66 yesterday and brough* his 36-hoJe total to 134. I Marty Furgol of Lemont, 111., i and Doug Ford of Harrison, N. Y., I were tied for third place with 135.; Arcaro Up On Favorites At Santa Anita Arcadia, Cali[.-(/P)-Jockey Ecl- di? Arcaro held a pat hand (oday as 45.000 fans headed lo Santa Anita to take in a racing doubleheader, Arcaro had the ride on the favorites in the co-features--Hill Prince in the $20,000 San Marcos Handicap at one mile, and Windy City II in the $25,000 San Felipe Handicap at a mile and one-sixteenth. - . stopped Billy Ncri, 141, port, Conn. 7. N. .(., Bridsc- In a preliminary, Ihe U r n t o n ville juniurs lost to Kngcry by 2V B .The half lime scorn v.'.ns 12-5. February Sports Card Feh. 9--Razorhat'kg vs. Rlre, at Houston. . Fch. 9--ArkansaH Froiih m .Tonrshoro AAIJ, at Jonrshoro. Feb. 11--Rnr.nrharkx VN. Texts A. and M., at College, Station. Feb. 12-- HII! MOM vs. Fort Smith, Mt Fort Smith. Feb. 15--RulIdoKK vs. Sprlnc- flcld. Mo., here, at 8 p m. Feb. 15--Ark annas Frosh vn. Tulmi Frosh at Saliisaw. Okla. Feb. IB--BulldoKR vs. TulHft Will Konern, here, it R p. m. Feb. 19--Ka«irhark« VK. Baylor, It err, xt 8 p. in ; Feb. 20--Arkansas Frosh v«. Okmulgre A. and M., at Okrmil- Kfc. Feb. 21-23--Tllntrlct On« Went Junior Ilnys Rankctball Totirna- mrnt, «t Rogers. Fch. 22--BuHdoffft VR. Sprinc- dale, hrrc, at It p. m. Frb. 22--Arrtansts Frrwh v«. Fort Leonard \Vnod, at Waynru- villr, Mo. Frb. 23 '-- Rar.nrharkft VB. .S.M.I)., at Dalian. COPS A GUY DOESN'T MIND BEING BAWLED OUT BY Make Whiskers Go Like'Preacher'Roe IKOOKLYN DODGER PITCHER PRAISES CHILDS 1 BLADES 11*0 WHAT HI JAYSi "A a m o o t h dvllvory moa:u everything to K pitcher. A smooth ihnve rncuni everything to a man with a toiifh board and tender ekln. That's why I me t Childs' blade. I find * Child*' blada liven up to Ita iloftn, and leaves my taec smooth M i ihlM'a." "Preacher" Roi · riNIST STIEL HONID IN O i l · THIPII TISTID I Dwdlt Ywr ~»i^ lif nco. There have been 18 stakes posted thus far in the Santa Anita meeting and Arcaro has captured seven of them, including last week's rich maturity when he '2 Westminster Pa 601 brought Intent under Ihe w i r e ! ' first. ' Hill Prince, the pride of Vlr- j ginia and his owner. Christopher | T. Chenery, was set to make his first start of the year. Honored as an outstanding horse for the past throe years, the 5-year-old Mill Prince went into today's mile wtlh 11 firsts nnd $404,885 earninRs in 27 starts behind him. His opposition was strong, w i t h such horses as Mnonrush, w i n n e r of the 1951 Sanl.i Anita Handicap, and Count Turf. Kenlucky Derby champion last year, in the field nf 11 slated lo go poslwarri. Pittsburgh Connecticut 85 Buckntll 59 North Carolina 80 The Cita'del 62 Clemson 71 Davidson 69 Virginia Tech 87 Washington and I.ee 85 Georgia 53 Alabama JI Auburn 61 Florida 52 George Washington 75 VMI 60 Wichita 66 Creighton 63 Toledo 60 Western Reserve 47 West Texas 70 Arizona Stale Tempe 69 T"xas Western 61 Hardin-Simmons 59 Southern California 59 Santa C 1 ""! 37 Stanford 67 SI. Marys Calif 6(1 Oregon 56 Idaho 49 Washington 69 Oregon State S6 Denver 61 Colorado AM 52 BrlRram Young 50 Montana 47 UCLA 72 Pcppcrdine 70 /, : · v - ' Marjorle She* frenltcnn uji, ·»·», ~ ~ The men are ituiitll.v very cour- Jlinr Pori-hr, n pollrcmnn'a wile, tlckrl* n lire hydrant pHrker. temin when we hnwl them out. Mra. Porohc him two elillilrrn, thliiku police Joli l« "rnaclnnllnK." "lit the women--they're nwlui:" 17 COMHY TRAPFIC COPS, Ihe kind a follow might not mini! being bawled out by. have been added to th^ traffic police detail In Ncv; Origins, l«a. Mutt arc married, have children. They work only three hours n div.-inorninir find ··vpnliir ru.sli nerloils. Their onlv Wf'finon la ft shrill police whlnllc. (Intfirnnllannlj THREE AMERICAN PRISONERS IN COMMUNIST HANDS Archie Wilson nf the lluffiilo Bisons led the InlcrnaliimHl Lengue In '51 In riins-balted-ln, lotai bases niul hits. He Is property of the Yankees. HOT TAMALES TOGO-60c DOZ. Look? Vfrno Blackburn ii th« cook ot th« D«Lux«. Sht hot dtlicioui lunehct. Alio Homo- Mad* riot. DE LUXE EAT SHOP 304 W. DICKSON PHONE 145 ?MH PHOtO nf Arnfrionn prlnnnen hold by the Communl!it« In North Kore* «how« nooerl Mo«te Mor- »ntflwn, W. V«.; CM»nn A Murton, Beottuburg, V»,; Clmrlc* T. Jeffennn, Poplur Blufl, Mo, They »r« not ntconnrlly «hown In onler named, however. Tht photo w«« given to D«v« Clc«ro, Intcrnallonil N«wi Photon »t«rf photouraiihcr In Korea, with the nniiwi llatcd M ahove. r/nernnlloi»il I JJortlimfSl ^TRanf«= "_* SPORTS '·* ' \ NORTHWEST A R K A N S A S IIMFS. I ove:tr/.i:s Arkoniai, J \ Salurday, February 9, 1952 ; FINE CATCHER, TOO \ Richards; Feels .That Lollar Will : Add Power To White Sox' Attack Dog B-Tearn, Juniors Split K.-iyrllcville I l l s h l^rns ."li! ',, « !wn-«imic scniv", with Vim j j u r c n bs-l m a l t nt 11;.»t ·.·"»«·';"»· Ihe l'on«n ju.nnrs V.-LM :, '-In-r- i ' ,, in" 1 ,',' ."''' i '" : I'l.yetlevilln li-tivim, however. l i h ,, iTiisht':! the V:m lluren ' ' "' 4«-2!l, in the /W..WT.I O _ , , . , . ,. , , , T he I'nmier Pup;;, sparked by * By PAUL RICHARD3 1 Waxnharhic. Texas-(JO-The pH; mnry weakness of the White Sox ! liisi year was the lack of another. ! Inp pitchrr and the fact that our. I h i t t i n g r'kl not mrry enough au! ihority, Wo Ird the lcap,ue in hit-: t i n K l/ui w f l H not produce that IniV? t - i l l th-Tt firlvcs those runs i ho:no in hunches. n , ) , irr: . l ,] 0 " n , lm . h in Sheman Lol|., r .-,,, ( | ||,-,r, r fio^ri^uex. and that ^i -,.,,^1,, ,..,,, ,..,. um ,,, h| , ,g 50 f' : ''i'' when he rnn« up a .325 bat- . , . , , . W . c '".V 5 , 1 ; "' n ? U P W ,' ' V'TM, 0 "'" . on:! ntlchi-t;: m order to be ir (! tolltrntjl . m . They possibly will ! In Ihe I3--«nme the Fayi-'lsvillc We're hopeful nf (-citing a l i t ' learn had Ihlncs its i-vn wn.v . f r u m sonic of Ihe new. players ot : Lliroughoul. The i-?!:iil:in spent : our roster. l , u l l a r , . n solitl ri?ht- · ; much of Ihe nlRht mi Ihe bench .'ih i linnilcd hitler, is one of the best · the substitutes hud vniiugii fluff In ! catcher.- in the. league. Rodriguez ennlrnl the' i.il'.iatinii. F.-iyellevllle] ptirchasKl from Muntrcnl. they tc-L '·- led 23-7 at the h;.If. A l f r e d Tiiykir ! i n e, will win the regular third bast . . was hi«h with 24 puinl 1 !. ; job. He (·: fast, n good hitter, nnt ' lllxh scorers for tl-e junior team j was voted the top rookie in tht \ Included Garland Morrison and Iiit.-rnaUonal League last year. H l e h n r d nnrnscn, e-u-li with nine.] We rxpecl Chico Corrasquel, our : The B-t"a!n'a whi (j.-ivo II i t i : f l n e stiortilop, to improve hii . third win in fnm- «.incs.lil-i .-.-wi-. I "fluU-h" hitting. He drove. jn 5f . The two trams will not mcc! aiin I run.i List year In 147 games. H this season. j know he's better man In th '. -- _. ---- ninehcs than he's shown. 11 al! ' R A C I N G RESULTS · llicsi- things clcvclnp, 1 believe w{ · Arcadia, Calif.--l.llue Moon won | ··' l » '-"·' , ln lnc , rn TM »» J (h « *"·· the $7,500 m i l e and o,,e- s ixlecnl!i - , , ( AH ot our . sl!lrtl "» -P ilcher8 B " ' nllbWiHieo r;n.'«: f{i' - iillit'S marcs ut Siinln Anita. mill cvrr, that llflly Pici'ec, Saul Ro- ; "nvln. Ken Holcombc. and Chuck ; Minml. Fla.~fllfih BrnknL Sin.- Stobbs, will be the sirenglh ol the : SO won the inMo iind t\ furlong i stnff. Winter Tourists puree nl Hlulciih in 1:40 1-5. Hurry Dorish and Luta Aloma . will be in the bullpen. Brown, { New Orlonns--Hlnrcunsrt $12.60 ! wh « n We purcha.scU from Seatth, ) won Die six furhmK Spr-uii;^ PI;iy ! J^ n ,1° Rnmcs_nnri ndcicd /our in i. pui'Re at Fair Grounds in 11:11 4-5. , Oldsmar, Kin. -- Even Bnltrr $14.00 won f ^ p IYI"" f* 1 ' 1 ·· 1 "- tconlh New England purse at Sunshine J'firk in 1 ;51 J-J, The undcfeftted Princeton./oot- bnll leant net nn Kastcrn Lc;igue record hy cfiniplctlnK 50.7 per cent nf Its pusses. · i H. OrlsKCim, brother on Lee. won 20 fnr Seattle. He was ; up before, with Detroit. I An outstanding flavor -- JunEe's j Human Meal Bread. ll-l!)-tf; ;., BOWL KOI? HEALTH ·! Jim, iJcnton Bowlinir /janes. Ad/. tip wllb Ui Uirn-- n*t Ihr lli.ic.« daily are Lookinc for This Lat · HK'S an alcit Icen-nqor who is eager to make tho ir.c;! c! his spare lime--nsa 11 lo earn cxl:a money, learn modern ijv^i- n?:io :i:ei!;cds, gain valuable experience, adri to his savings fund, and step ahead of IMS ambitious ladi! Ho can do all thi:: simply by devoting nn liour or EO each day lo the pleasant and prchlabio aclivily o! running a nev/s- papor rcuto, in his ov/n locality. 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