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Hogs Lose To Owls, 59-55; Play Aggies Next Cold Periods sal For Porkers Win Tonight Would Give Razbrbaeks Fourth Place Tie The .' rkansa- Razorbacks roulri Jonk fcrvard to , another u p h i l l b a t t l e tonight as they prepared lo meet the Texas Aggies at ColleRe Station. The Hogs found the hill too steep 'Saturday at Houston, losing a rlosn game to the Rice Owl's, 59-55, As on Saturday, tl.ere is reason to hope t h a t Arkansas can pull nut a victory. Against the Owls it was expected that the Parkers would shov; signs of improvement that had hern evident in several games just preceding the Houston battle. Too many "cold" spells, however, ruined the Arkansas chances. The his reason for optimism tonight is the fact that the Aggies . are now without the services of Jewell RIcDnwell, mi all-conference guard last year, who graduated at mid-term, McDowell was the principal Ihorn in Hie Razor- hacks' side. pacinR his mates to a 47-42 win ir a game played here early in January. "Without McDowell the -Aggies are a weaker team. The Hogs can move into a tie for f o u r t h place in the Inon f-t3rid- ings with a victory tonight. Texas A. and M., w i t h a 3-4 record, is now in fourth place. Arkansas has a 2-5 mark. Arkansas appeared to be well on its way in the opening minutes of the prune w i t h Rice. Saturday. All season long' the Razorbacks have been plagued w i t h an inability to keep pare in the first qnar- , ·Jer. Arainst Itice the Hogs nnen- 'erl hot and j u m p e d to an 11-4 lead about, half of ttiR quarter gone. Then a cblrl period set in and Rice scored I I points to Arkansas' one in the last half o f ' t h e quarter. In fie second q u a r t e r the Hogs matcbed Rice point lor point, holding a lead much of the way, u n t i l a m i n u t e to go. Then the Owls'scorod sis tiuick points without giving the Hogs a chance to lake a shot, leading 36-20 at intermission. In.the thirri quarter Eire built a nine-point Je.ad . and seemed lo Class A Cage Journey Awarded Jo Harrison The District One Class. A bss-» kelball tourriamtnt was awarded In Harrison High School Saturday at a meeting of representatives of the school district. Tltt tourna- inent had originally been'given to Springdale hiit had to be relocated when it was learned that Spring'- dale's .new gymnasium would not be completed in time. . · Also submitting a -bid for the f u u n i a m e n t was Rogers, the school that hosted tlvj meet last year. Bentonville was prepared lo make a bid, also it was revealed but decided not to at the last moment. The secret ballot among the 13 members was seven for Harrison ;md six for Rogers. Harrison has never had the tournament. 11 was also agreed at the meeting to hold only night games during the eliminations. The tournament. Jor thai reason, will start l\vo J ys early Tuesday, February 26. Fayetteville is expected to play its first game Thursday. In other action the meeting arranged the pairings for the event. Fayetteville was seeded the top team with Van Buren d r a w i n g the 'Dogs Underdogs In Tilt With Fort Smith second berth in the opposite The Fayctteville Bulldogs, with ;t fifason rcctrc 1 of 13 , wins and one loss, play a return same with { Fort Smith at Fort Smith tomorrow night. Am' despite their 10- point victory in an earlier game I' G 'Dogs will he rated d e f i n i t e nderdogs A nu'iiber of factors appear to have a chance to work to Fa.vette- vllle's disadvantage. For one thing the "13" jinx will be present. But nf mo'-p rfiiuTpt" n a t u r e are inn facts lhat the g?me will be played on the Grizzlies' home floor, the Fort Smith team will be "point-, ing" *or Fayetteville, the first team to defeat them this year; an1 Billy Parker, a key nian in Fayettevllle's attack, is still badly handicapped by ai\ injured wrjst. The last fact ·:· could be the de- Phelan Named Head Coach Of Texans; Wilt Beats Gehrmann In Baxter Mile (By The Associated Press) TRACK New York--Fred . W i l l edged Don Gdhrman for first l i m e this year, winning the Baxter mile of the New York A. C. games in a photu finish wlh a 4:10.4 clocking. FOOTBALL ' Dallas -- .Jimmy Phelan was t isive me.. ParKer, who had averaged L Ucr than 10 ,mir.ts a game. bracket. The pairings (limes be determined l a t e r ) ' a r e : Berryville vs. Alma Green Forest vs. Huntsville Rogers vs. Mountain Home Van Buren, bye. will have the gamp out of danger. But Arkansas staged a rally in the final quarter, led by Walter KcarnF who scored 15 points to loa.l his mates, and experienced n brief one-point lead. The Owls came hack, however, and w i t h a two-point edge opened a stall that earned the win. Thr box score: Arkansas Lambert, f Smith, f . Adams, f ---- ' ---- 2 Klkins, f ·-·- _______ 3 Koarns, c _ Shaw, c .._ F O FT PK TP 7 Saselv, e TOT\LS . Kirc ri-awunder, f Die-ken 1 :, f . _____ Schwinger, .c __ Fulton, c __ , ___ Tea we. g _____ rhilds. £ ______ Heavers. % _____ TOTALS ..... .--_ 2 . . 1 . 23 _ _ _ 4 _ n .. 3 _ 4 _ 4 ..21 12 fi S a 15 2 4 a ! 55 Fa.velteville,. bye Bentonville vs. Eureka Springs Siloam Springs vs. Harrison Springdsle, bye. Norway's Ski Slopes Need Snow Covering Oslo - (/P) - Norwegian Olympic authorities today called an the Army to get Ihe ski slopes of Nor- nfjell in shape for the opening of the Winter Games Thursday. Unless there is a fresh fall, the only hope for good conditions for f h e skiers is lo bring in snow by trucks. A gafe whipped off most of the covering on the slalom and downhill courses 70 mile* northwest of here. In Oslo, the executive body of the International Olympic Committee tackled, the thorny. Kastr West Gorman problem and rialled clown final arrangements for the sanies, which-run from Thursday through February 25. A forecast of what Olympic performances will be was jriven yesterday in the international speed-skating test at Hamar, whei: Norway's greatest athlete hero, | Hjalmar Andersen, bettered his own 10,000-meter speed-skating mark of 16:51.4 with an incredible time of 16:32.6. Practice continued today for two-man bobsleds on the brand new Olympic course but cMre warnings were sounded on what would happen when the bigger i and faster four-man bobs start ;oing Saturday. i "If four-man sleds come down 16 I wide open in the games you will r rce many casualties," said Donna 10 Fox, veteran American bobber 1 from Larchmont, N. Y. R i The snow situalion for the l f l ! games remained serious but \vas R j far from critical. The slopes 59 In a well hit drive the back-soin of a coif ball w i l l be from 3.000 to 5,000 revolutions per minute, dcpendinc on how hard the ball is hit. It may even run as high as 8,000 KPM. around Oslo have good covering but f a r t h e r north at Norefjell the wind has raised havoc, baring stones and shrubs. Fred Enke, basketball coach at the University of Arizona, was Veteran h a l f b a c k Pat Harder of the Detroit Lions in the NFL Is a steel salesman in his native state of Wisconsin. Body armor for aviators con- civil engineer before he entered ! sists of a thin sheet of aluminum the coaching ranks in 1021. I backed hy several-ply nylon. prior to his wrist injury, har, :.cored only Iwo points In the lasl two games although seeing considerable 3CtiOi'. Fort Smith is being rated as the likely '.ate champio-i again this y«iar by observers in the central part f t t h e date. The Grizzlies won the title last year. A rictory by Fayetlevil'r, t h e i r spcoiid of the spason, however, mighl change those estimates somewhat. NCAA To Propose A Alore flexible , TV Plan Vor '52 Chicagn-(^P)-"Honest mistakes' were made in the N a t i o n a l Collegiate A t h l e t i c Association's controlled television program last f a l l , Robert A. Hall, of Yale, head of the new ID-member Video Committee, said today. « Hall said these mistakes will be corrected in a mnre flexible arrangement this year. He did not elaborate. The new NCAA television committee has spent two days on a in. r j2 controlled program. H a l l labbed the sessions as "exploratory discussions" and said there would be no definite program offered for a mail referendum vote hy the full NCAA membership .until April.. West Favored As Pro Cage All-Stars Meet Boslon-(/I'J-A strong Western stniad is favored to even the score with the East when they clash 1o- niRlit in the second a n n u a l National Easketball Association All Star class.'c in Boston Garden. Big George Mikan of the Minneapolis Lakers and his fellow Westerners are anxious to square accounts for last year's 111-94 loss lo the East. named head coach o( the Dallas I "" --"'--'i Hr^cnted Texans a'. Ihe National Football Downey, Baltimore, League, ending wide speculation as lei who wuuk 1 get the job. Richmond, Va:--J. -M. "Suey" F.ison appointed head coach al AVillinm and Mary, surcreding Marvin Bass. Lexi.ijton, Va.--George Barclay, head roach at Washington and Lee, re,*jgnpd to become assistant coach at North Carolina. llarkflclri coach Carl Wise *at named his Mircessor. BASEBALL St. Louis--Satchel Taigc, the ;-"otpp.«; p i t r h p ·, signed his 1HS2 contract with the St. L o u s jjrowns. GOLF Palm Beach, Fla.--Claire Doran, M ; i|-y Ann 2 and 1, in t 2 VMmcii'.s golf championship of Palm Beach. % RACING ·-.,.(·.. r ; , i : - . _ H i l l Prince ($3.50) and Windy C't.v II.($3.90). i I.;:(H:;I l.y Eddie Arcaro, won l-jo co-features at Simla Anita. M i a m i , Fla.--Spartan Valor ($3.90) won the $25,000 added McLennan handicap at Hialeah. Unbeaten St. Bonaventure, Dequesne In Crucial Game New Ynrk-(/P)-The collegiate I'asketbsll program presets a natural tonight when Duquesnc anri Pacific C o n s t--Washington's. Husk ies (14 -2) riefea ted Oregon Slate, 54-37 and 60-56 to pull t w o St. Bnnaveriture meet at Pittsburgh games in front of Vlahn in n a clash of the nation's only un- j Norlhcrn Division, California defeated major teams. From past performances there Is l i t t l e to choose between the two teams, coached by men who both learned their basketball u nd e r Chick Davies at DuqiiPsne. Each has won 16 grimes. TliP | 1'ulvcs, coached by Dudey Moore, have a slightly better defensive record. They've limited the upposi- tion to 50.2 points per names n.s iisains-. the New Yorkers* fH.fi. But St. Uonaventure, tutored by Ed Auto Blast Injures Alleged Bookmaker Bridseport. C o n n.-(/T}-An alleged bookmaker turned thn-i.eni-. liijn key In his automobile last night and a charge of dynamite blew him through the car floor and 20 leet into the entrance of a nearby house. Superintendent of Police John A. Lj-ddy said the blast- injured Lawrence Vastano, ,19. He was laken to St. Vincent's Hospital where his condition was said to be critical. The Providence American Hockey their own radio Beds of the League have station, with broadcasting studios right -in the Rhode Island Auditorium. P'lelvin, has averagrrl 73.3 points on the offensive compared to Du- j quesnc's 70. . ."51. Boncivciiitire is the f o u r l h - r;ml;cd team in the country. Du- qucsne was placed f i f t h in lust wsck's Associated Priss poll. The Bonnies drew even with Duquesne in the games-won column Saturday night by pulling nway from Cincinnati in the Jflst h a l f for a 07-55 victory; Duqucsnc lias boon idle since beating Niagara last Wednesday. Kentucky, the nation's No. 1 o u t f i t , can sit back and be sure of HofemliMS Hs NCAA t i t l e , a championship the W i l d c a t s have j won three of the past f o u r Vcarp. \ The W i l d c a t s clinched their a p - 1 pearance in llie N C A A t i t l e oyrnl j Saturday night by w i n n i n g t h e i r ; n i n t h straight Southeastern Conference cro'.vn w i t h a fll-43 romp over Georgia Tech. Ttilane, last the H) had a game lead over UCI..A (3-3) and Southern California {3") in the Southern Division. Jansen To Get About $35,000 This Season New Yurk-f/Pt-Lfirry .Tansen, a 23-Riimc winner for the New [ York Giants last season has signed . U/!|1L ·»-!*-- ft · his 1952 contract, a juicy pact re- If Iff! DOSfOfl BMV6S MiddlecoffWins At El Paso; To Skip Texas Open San A n t n n l n , TrxBs-W'i-Golf's lour rolled nn to San Anlonln for the Texas Open today minus Gary M i d d l t c o f f , the Memphis, Tcnn.. ace who leads (he year's money winners as a rcs«H of his victory in the $10,000 El Paso Open yesterday. M i d d l f m f f shot sub-par golf for all four rounds In lake the ?2,nOO first prl/.c In the El Paso tournament. His 2flf) RBVP him a three-stroke 1 m a r g i n over Al Bes- sellnk. the big hlond from Chicago. Middlecoff wound up w i t h H 2-under-par 69 over the rain- swept, 6.31f)-yard El Paso Country Club Course yesterday. He won't play at San A u t n n i n Jn Ihe J10, 000 Texas Open--he has a dale at home to take his periodic I " HOITHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Fov*H«vill* ArkonwH,- Monday, February 11, 1952 OTHER TOUGH GAMES, TOO Texas-T. C I). Tilt Saturday May Decide SW Conference Race D a l l a s , T p x H !.*M')-Th»; long made efehl points for a 108 tota | Southwest Conference ' firliul reaches a pcnk In A u s t i n SaturHoy night, but some pretty s l t f f If-ftRtic but t Ipt are in prospect before t h r Trxns-TL'tJ battle set for Gregory Cyinn.isiuin. Texas A. and M.. one nf the rirfendinr; champs v,ilh TCU and Texas, finds it'-clf f i g h t i n g ' f o r ;\ 50-50 renn-d tonicht at Collrce Station .tRaluM t i p Arkt.nn.s I ·"' VIU "" '» It a 7.0 r backs. Both the Angles and}' ro ^']* A ':Mv 3 MORS have hwn in-nnH-otilors t h i f JArh.lnsns . .2 n " pl -ii^ ::-::! Baylor's great fialph .Johnson in. second place with 107 point: Jim Drwirfi of Trass is third wit 102 point, 1 ! and Walter Davis Texas A. and M. is fourth wi'.h 8 The itiinding.s: Lesgut Games W Texas rt .,-.-JS season. f l n s h i n R r'.iiunp form , . , lookir "! llllc luh " h ? n c x l ' hay fever shots. Middlecoff's v i c t o r y hern brought his money winnings for t h e y i a r t o $4.320 and put him ahead nf Lloyd Mangrum, who has taken down $3,196.07. The 'h'rd pl«ce monev winner, Ted Kroll of New Hartford, N. Y., who c»ptr.r*d.$14S a'. El Paso yesterday, will play al San Antonio, Kroll has ..'ar'ned a total of $3,MS this year. Besselink had the low round o! Ihe f i n a l day. a 67. It made his lotal for 72 holes 272 and won him $1,400. Art Don-inn of Cincinnati was third. Shooting a 72 on the f i n a l 18 for a total of 274. He won $1,000. All Games W TCU J5° Texas M Pet. Pi*.' Ml 372 .833 1039 ,,')"! MB 309 354 .280 .280 .·120 328 341 Two Sign Contracts portedly calling for $35,000. .Innsen, wlio had a Boston - (A 1 ) - Receipt nf earned run average last year, 1952 contracts nf veteran inflrlder (cam wilh a chance of ca (o Louisiana Stale,i them, bowed 78-fi6. While the SEC illle was heinfi .stashed away hy Kentucky, Iowa knotted the Di3 Ten race w i t h s surprise Y3-fifJ win over Illinois. The result l e f t the llawknyes and the I l l i n i each with a G-l ronfer- CIT*O record. · Here's- how other major conferences look after weekend games: Ivy League -- Princeton (3-1) defeated favored Penn, -79-77, t n move into second place behind Cornell (5-0), which whipped Yale, 7I-B1. · · . , Missouri Valley-St. Louis (fi-0) is sailing along in front, but Tulfa rt-2 moved into the r u n n e r - u p slot b; f h a n d i n g the Oklahoma Ac- gies their third conference set- Ijack. Bin Seven-- Kansas State (B-QJ, ranked No. 2, kept its perfect conference record intact Ly beating j fifi-52. _ . ' came into the fold yesterday, leaving only Sal MagHe, another 23-#;unc winner, as t h e only un- tigncd Giant among the regulars. February Sports Card Keh. II--Rainrbacki v». Trx«s A. and M., it Collrje Station. Feb. 12--Bulldno v«. Fort Smith, it Fort Smith. Frh. IS--Bulldon vn. Sprlnj- flclri, Mo., here, at K p m. Feh. 15--Arkansas Froth v«. Tulsa Frosh. ll'KalliMW. Okla. Feb. IS--Bulldots vs. Tulw Will RoTcn, here, at H p. m. Frb. 19--RA.orhflrkfl vn. Bar- Inr, herr, at 8 p. m. Feb. 21)--Arkansas Fropih vi. Okmuljfe A. and M., at Okmul- f f t . Feb. 21-23--District One Wett Junior Ro.rs Raskfthall Tourna- mfnt. at Roftrt. Feb. 22--Bulldogs vs. Sprint- dale, here, at X p. m. Frb. 22--Arkansas Frosh vi. Furl l.ronird WnwJ, at Waynm- ^ vlllc. Mo. Feb. 2.1 -- Ratorbacks S.M.U., at Dallas. Feb. 25 -- Kaiorbacks T.C.U., at Fort Wortb. Feb. 28-March 1 -- Dlilrlrt One West Class A Senior Boys Basketball T o u r n a m e n t , a t Sprinfdalr. Feb. 28-March 1 -- Dlttrlct Oni West Class B Senior Boys Basketball Tournament, it Greenland. Slbby SIsll untl pitcher Lew Rur- VI. Vi. dette--up from the f a d f i c Coast League--wss announced today by the Boston Bram. Sisti w i l l be starling his 13th season with the tribe, Including a three-year hitch In the service, '-/as' season he played In 1M games and batted .279. Hollywood John To Get Tryout With Cleveland Pope Orcgory X11I In 1582-)« ; Mltutcrl the reformed Julian cal'. endar in use today. nolh teams may sprlnkl: their line-ups w i t h ;;ophomorc-;'for this one at Ciillegh Station. Arkansas, at least, has been using sophs to advantage In sonic games and had A r k a m a * B I I four in the line-up Ihe hlghl they ' irKalls!ia -- J ' beat Texas Christian recently. ' | i ; j' x ".,, ^.M" 8 11 Tuesday night Baylor meet:;] liaylor 3 Ifi Tp.xss at Waco and nice plays Texas Christian at Fnrt Worth. These battles put the tail-enricrs against Ihc leaders. A lo:;s by either Texas or the Horned Frogs would spoil the big battle brewing for A u s t i n Saturday night. But nobody believes Baj-.or or Rice, lied for the conference cellar with Arkansas, can win. : ' . · The Bears and Owls get together for a game In Houston JTrida\ night and the result probablv «.. name the 'aat place team for the season. Both Baylor and Ilk-r along with Arkansas, had a 2-: conference record at the end of last week. Texas with a half game over TCU can go a long way toward racking up the championship with a win Saturday night. The .. . however, would be Jusl about as hard to head off if they Oi ' 32 88 32 1 31 - n« 30 . M rt- Pct. PI*. .833 1008 : J8 .737 1060 · 9V .-·tiii i. . j . .421 954 il02 . .358 1060 : 112 .333 813 : 87 .158 9« I H i third, won. Southern Melhodl.il, In place after a slow start, meets the Aggies Saturday night at College Station. A win by the Mustangs, a tenm that has shown great improvement, would almost cinch third place fnr them since A. and M. is their nearest competitor. _ fl Four ^sliai'p., Ehoptc.rs^/rpnV! h 'j5 many teams are. buhcnerl near, the 'op nf the conference scoring race, George McLcnd of TCU leads )Y one point after m a k i n g only Cleveland-WHnfielf'cr Johnny i c wt l«,!lles last week. McLcod Bernardino Is r e t u r n i n g lo the | wcnt TM l o f ' t h e TCU-A.M. game Cleveland Indians for a .ryout in spring training, General Manager H a n k Greenbcrg announced today Bernardino, 35, will not.be under contract, but hr's confident he can stage a'comeback and stlik with tht club the rest of the son. In five stasonc Coach Biggie Munn'a Michigan State football teams have won 38 games, lost eight and tied two. last week In the rlrst |unrtcr via the Joul route. It almost cost him his conference leadership. He WALT BEACH OiNrrontMri Wokfc R»perlnfl II 1. «IMll MTITTIVIH. 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