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Fayetteville Tackles Highly Rated Fort Smith Bulldogs Seek Second Win Over State Champs Grizzlies Have Most Of Advantages For* Tonight's Game The FayeLleville Bulldogs will have their paws lull tonight if they expect to top the Fort Smith Grizzlies a second time this season. Fayetteville-. already holds one win over the defending state champions and reigning Big: Six titlisls . . . .a 38-28 victory Rained in Hoot Gym. ' . The Fort Sinith team, w i t h one of the rangiest and best balanced teams in ihe state have most of the psychological and physical advantages in tonight's game. 'They are playing nn the home court, are bent on "rcvenRe", are an improved team as a result of more experience since losing to the 'Dogs, and are in their best physical condition of several weeks. Fayetteville, on the other hand, will be somewhat weaker than when they first met the Grizzlies. The chief weakening factor being the injured wrist of Billy Parker, who has managcrt*but two points in the last two games. Cosch Glenn Stokcnberry will start with Parker, however, along with Bass Trumbo, Russ McConnell, Ken Crudup and Hay Barnes. Fort Smith, with an outstanding record of its own, will rank as a slight favorite. The Grizzlies employ the ball-control system made famous by Oklahoma A. anil M.'s coach Henry Jba. The Fort Smith coach is clarence ."Ace" Parker, who is an ex-Oklahoma Aggie eager himself. Parker, with but a year's coach- ] ing experience gained al Siloam; Springs, went to Fort Smilh last I year and led the Griz/.lics lo their j first stale championship in 25 ' years. He has eight boys that start at one t i m e or another--and each of them is excellent al his particular job. The usual starting five of Danny Roebuck, John Paul Jones, Albert Schomber, Dave Railey and Bobby Gattis, (average flVfc") represents three classes. Roebuck and Jones are seniors; Schomber, Ihe leading scorer, a sophomore; Rsilcy arid | Gattis, juniors. His other three "spot" starters · are juniors, J. D-Lester, Bill Wilson and Tcryl Miller, who is a brother of D. L.,'Arkansas' All- Southwest guard of last year. This year's Bruins have tied the school's best consecutive win mark of 10, and have a g»id chance tu eclipse the all-limn win total of 17 set back in 1938-39. The.v also won the Big Six Holiday Meet. But. through all this success, Parker remains a sUunch pessimist. "We're liable to lost two or three more this year," he dead- j pans. "When you're riding along ·' with a pretty Rood record, every- , body's out to Ret you--and you ! just can'l keep the boys 'up' for 1 every one." : The Bruins have used both man- j to man and zone defense?. They i play mostly a "control" system on : offense. Once in a while you'll see ] a Grizzly-fast break, but it's a rare i occasion and even then, if the fel- ,' low cannot gel a perfect lay-in, | you'll find birr, pivoting anrl passing out to begin the work-around. Gattis and Schomber, the twi largest boys at li'2" and (i'3" re- i sjiectively, work in the center and j Roebuck" and .lonrs are the n u t - i side men on Ihe -attack. The nth; er forward roams Ihe base line · and gets several lone corner shots. , Gattis has a fine j u m p shot and . Schomber is a hook-shooter. j Roebuck and Jones, who're | playing their third year on the ; Bruin squad, are tho ball-handling wizards, the mainstays of the . Grizzlies' dreaded freeze system. ^ They both can. and do, hit from far outside and on drive-ins from ' eJ'her side. Railey. first-string quarterback on (he Grizzly grid squad, is another drive-in artisl andjiis last m i n u t e j u m p shots have beaten LIHle Hock twice this season. Lesler and Wilson . are used mostly at forwards, where their scoring prowess helps out, and Miller at Ruar/1, where, like his \ older brother, D. L., he is a play- , maker. Down State Favorites Kentucky Takes Big Letid In AP Cage Poll The Fort Smith Grix.zlies, tofcnding s(atc champions niui a big favorite among observers in the central part of the slnlc. to repeat this season, will play host to Fayettcville's Bulldogs tonight at Fort Smith. The Grizzlies are the newly crowned champions of the Bis Six. Fayetteville defeated Fort Smith, 38-28 in a same played at Root Gym earlier in the season. Pictured are the Grizzlies who have rccn a bulk of the action this season: Back row. Peft to right--Lester. Miller, Gattis and Schomber;. center--coach Ace Parker; bottom-Roebuck, Railey and Wilson. Another member of the team and a key man in Ihe p l a n s for a slate title is John Paul Jones, a 5-8 guard who was sick at the time of this picture. Snow Or Not, Olympics To Get Under Way On Thursday Os1o-(/P)-\VHh or w i t h o u t the 1 cooperation of nature, the winter Olympics will open Thursday ns scheduled. TiinL was the final word tnriny from the Olympic Organir.inp j Committee and ski officials, \vlio ' have been ptogueti with worries about the lack of Know. The officials al Norefjell, where the skiing events ecL i-'ndcr way j Thursday. ' are thoroughly con- vincort Ihcir efforts to haul i n ] snow and put it in place with the \ help of some 300 soldiers, will jrivc | the competitors a perfect run. Water is being sprayed over the j snow. Sub-freezing temperatures | assure a quick coatinjr of ire.; However, the Skiing Technical j Committee decided to postpone | the women's downhill race from j Saturday until Sunday. This will ·enable the soldiers to concentrate on getting the courses ,ready for the Thursday and Friday events which follow the original schedule. Hopes for Know to cover bare spots on the. ski courses all but vanished this morning when the day dawned cold and clear. The official Norwegian Weather Bureau said a snow storm that paralyzed t r a f f i c in northern Den- m n r k h;»d been swept away from the Oslo region. The hobk'd r u n , scene of the only other opening-day event, will be all right without more snow. It's made of almost solid ice a n d j siib-frficfcing temperatures have I kept it well preserved. i The two-man sled. 1 -: ended their : nrndice runs torlny v.-ith the G e r - ' mans. Swiss nnd Americans s t i l l b a t t l i n g for supremacy. -The German combination of Anderl Ostler j and Lorenx Niebcrl * holds t h e ! world's litle and will be favored i to keep il. . ] February Sports Card Furl Kfh. 12--Huntings vs. Smilh, at Fort Smitli. Feb. J5J--IJulIdoRS vs. Sprinp- finhl, Mo., lierr, at 8 n m. Feb. 15--Arkansas Frosh vs. Tu!sa Frnsb. at Sallisaw, Okla. Feb. 19--Bulldocs vs. Tulsa Will RnRcrs, here, at H p. m. Feb. 19--Kaznrbarhs vs. Baylor, here, at S p. m. Feb. 20--Arkansas Frosh vs. Okmulgec A. and M., at Okmul- RCC. Feb. 21-23--District One West Junior Bnys Basketball Tourna-- mcnt, at Boners. Feb. 22--Bulldogs vs. Springdale, here, at 8 p. m. Feb. 22--Arlram-.ns Frosh vs. Fort Leonard AVtod, at Wn3'nes- villc. Mo. Feb. 23 -- Kazorbarks vs. S.iM.U., at Dallas. Feb. 25 ·- Razorbacks vs. T.C.U., at Fort Worth. Feb. 28-!areh 1 -- District One West Class A Senior Boys Basketball T o u r n a m e n t , a t Sprin^dale. Feb. 28-Marrh 1 -- District One West Class B Senior Boys Basketball Tournament, at Greenland. Bobby Dodds, bend football foarh nt Georizia Tech. won nine varsity letters nt the Univpr.iiiy of Vrnpr-rn. ]] c c npped three each in football and basketball, two in baseball and one in Iraek. There are about 675,000 living spoeins of insects. New York-(/FVKcnturky, al- · rrady crowned as Southeastern; Conference rhnmplons and assured . of an N C A A playoff berth, enters j the f i n a l phase of the college? basketball season still ranked as · the No. J team in t h e nation. j The Wildcats head ll-u field in j the weekly Associated Press poll i for the f o u r t h straight v.'cek. and | tho only .stumbling block remain- · ing in their path appearr lo lie DC i Paul. i K e n t u c k y drew -12 f i r s t - p l a c e voles and 8(!7 points from the IM spor'isv.Tilors nnd sp irtscaslecs who participated in tho poll. Kansas Slate remained in sccmid place. Kansas Slate collected M firsl- place volt's and 737 points. Ken'.ucky bowled ovoY Mississippi and Georgia Tech durins Hie werk ahd last n i g h l , a f t e r the polls closed, defeated Mississippi State, 110-fif), to run their winnirv streal: If.- I n games and their season's record to 20-2. Thn same teams t h a t graced the tuji 10 a week ago ruinuined in Ihe select group a l t h o u g h some positions were switched. Dmjuosne, only major unbeaten j team in the land, moved from j f i f t h to third place, less t h a n Km po ; nts behind Kansas Stale. The Dukes stretched their winning streak lo 17 games by edging previously unbeaten St. Bonavcn- ture last n i g h l , IW-'OS. Tho game was played a f t e r Ihe polls had St. Bonavenlure ( l l i - 1 ) remained in fourth place. Iowa ( 1 5 - 1 ) moved from n i n t h to f i f t h pla--c while I l l i n o i s dropped from I h i r d to s i x t h . Iowa swamped Michigan. F.2-51). while I l l i n o i s smeared Michi igan Slate. Bl-02 last nigln. St. Louis remained In seventh place, Washington in cijrlllh and St. John's of Brooklyn in 10th. Kansas f e l l from s i x t h lo n i n t h { place. The JayhawIvS nipped Iowa Slate, ,15-50, lasl night. JMefball Scores '![/ The Awiitlnl ri-rn* Uuqiiesnc (it), St. Bonavcnturf 1 Scton H a l l fin, Villanova f i l . Kentucky 11!), Mississippi State Hfi. Alabama 88, Tennessee 75. William and Mary. 89, Washington nnd Lee 75. ' M i a m i Ifi, Flnrirln State B3., West Viirninia 87, Richmond 55. Viriginia 82. Catholic «5. Vnndcrbill 84, T u l n n c fill. Memphis Slate 47, Mississippi 42. Illinois 84, Michigan State (52. Kansas 55. lown Slate 50. Iowa 82, Michigan 51). Oklahoma AM G l , Bradley 59. Purdue 78,- Wisconsin 67. Ohio State 79, Norllnvestern fil. Notre Damn 52, Butler 48. Missouri Mi, Oklahoma 50. Minnesota 74, I n d i a n a 61. Wichita 70, Houston 49. Detroit 72, Drahc G3. Arkansas 4f). Texas A M 40. Arkansas AM 86, Arkansas ( S t a t e Tchr? 81. I Colorado (i7, Nebraska fi5. Oregon State 53. Idaho 40. Arkansas State 59, College of the Ozarks 57. To Head TV Program Chk-HKn-(/P)-Asa S. Bushncll, commissioner of the Eastern Col- lope A t h l e t i c Conference, was I named director of tho N a t i o n a l · Collegiate Athletic Association's i 1952 television program. | The St. John's University bas- j kelball team has appeared in ten I of the 14 National Invitation ! Tournaments played at Madison i Square Garden. Hogs Stall Out Win Over Texas Aggies 4 Duquesne Dumps St. Bonnie T o , ! Stay Unbeaten SPORTS Illini, And Iowa Remain In Tie For Big Ten Lead Pitlsburuh - M'l - Uu'i'icsnc U EAGLE SCOUTS SWOOP DOWN ON THE PRESIDENT Motidev Ladle* Leaffue SHverman's r l e f w t p d Ozark Cleaners 2-1 Ward's Ice Crenm dropped two sanies to Holsuin Bread. Tri-Siaic Sales took their cnncnntional · two gtmcs from Wall Sircrl Fsso while CfimnlvM-Bcll 1 rimmed Glenn's Dairy 3-0. O. K. ami Miladr swapped places with BRIIton's Snack Bar sweeping three Ramos. * CamrtbeU-nell took Ipinn serif a wilh 2.425 pin* and Tri-Slate Snlen hlnfiicd hlfh dingle of fl. p 9. Bonn BoRnn of Wall Street Ksw lopplcd 4*3 pins in Ihrfip rnnic* wlillo .'o Test of SM- vrmian'« look h'ch ninple w i t h 17R. Trl-Stat* Sales Co. Or.ark C l e n n r r s Ward's ICT Cream Sllvrmar's Wall Slrcel Kssn Stalmn CnmnlivM-TlHI . 'nlsnm Breftd '·lenn's Uairv · ' K. »nf M l f u r i v ·nton'n Snack Bnr 4t) n 37 l!!t · ?'' 2 1 '. M .17 2« -1ft . IT- -il , 21 42 rxt, 108-f)l Boston- /R-Thc National Rns- ·tball Afsncintlon's Eastern All- firs defeated the Wcslcrn Stars ·3-1)1. , THIS GROUP OF EAGLE SCOUTS from all over the country "rang the bell" with smiling President Truman I when Uicy collrxl on him nt the White House with a miniature replica of the Mbcrly Hell and "report to the nation" of the Uoy Scouts of America, m a r k i n g the organization'* 42nd nnnlycrsary. The Chief (Jxccmive receives the report from William Slblcy ( l e f t ) , of Union, S. C., and the replica from Richard :hmtt (ripM), of Fairfax, VB, Tho Iftlter was recently inducted as the 10,000,000th Roy Scout. Othcn in the tjroup are; Peter McCucn, Bftkcrsfleld, Calif,; Ed Morales, Puerto ftlcoj nomeo Limon. San Antonio, Tex.;Paul Barker, Fargo,S. 11; John Hoare, Wotkms Glen, N. Y.; Joicph Mcllroy, Huntlncdon, Pa.; David Rogers, llolyoke, Ma».; Richard Angus, Quinry, 111.; Dnvtd Garrison, Mercer Inland, Wash.; Carroll Moran, Fairmont, West V«.; William Sugg, Llltlo Rock, Ark., and Richard Giistnrnon, Scoltibluff, N'cb Bonavonturc's first in 17 fiamos and Dwiucsne's nth s t r a i R h t victory of the c u r r e n t .scnsnn. Before the fin me the Dukes ranked f i f t h and the JJonnics fourth in the Associated Press poll This week's n r w r n n k i n g r puts Duquesne t h i r d find the Bonnirs « notch behind. The votes of sports cdiloi-s and radio newscasters were tabulated before the finmr. Four others of t h e nation's top 10 cniiK 1 through with viclnrlos lasl n i g h t bul Iowa ;mrl I l l i n o i s qot no closer to seltlinK the J3ig Ton race. Iowa, which climbed In tho No. 5 spot in the' Associated Press poll, used its height aUvnnUiKf lo w h i n MichlgJin 82-50 while Illinois trounced Michigan State 84-02 as Clivc Follmnr, Irv Dcmoms nnd B«h Peterson combined for 4D points. The victories l e f t the Hnwkeye:; n n r l the I l l i n i w i t h identical con- fcrenco records--sevcni victories and fine dcfc;»l. Top-ranked Kentucky, t h e nation's highoKt .scoring o u t f i t , with n spot in Iho NCAA playoffs already assured by rensoji of its Southeastern Conference chain- pioniihits. rolletl over Mississippi State Illl-lifi. The 111) points, the third time K e n t u c k y has produced n IDO-olus score this season, was a new hnme floor record al Lexington. The Wildcals Jil.^n ostiihlished a new ^inference mark with 45 field the heels of Kansas Stale in Llic Rig Seven conference by staving off an Iowa Slate bid for n flS-BO victory. The .layhnwks played .most of the. second half without biti Clyde Lovcllclte, who j'ouled out early in Hie third period after scoring 13 points. -Scion Hull's 12lh-rankod Pi rates turned on n i l their offensive power in downing Villfinovn 85-01 with W;il tor Dukes scoring 2. r j points, two more than Villanova's high-scoring Lnrry Hennessry. W i l l i a m am! Mary, b n t U i n c for a spot in the Southern CuiifciviiL-e louriiEnnohl, kejl Us hope." alive with an 89-75 decision over Washington and Lee. Raring RfKtilt* . ·· M i a m i , Fl^.-fVPj-Ciuirlie McAdam (SR.5P) won the mile and sixteen Hammocks Purse at Hia- le;ih in 1:43, I Olrismar. Fin.--Motivate ( $ 1 1 . - ! SO) won the mile and sixteenth i Onspnrillfi Purse nt Sunshine Park i:i 1:40 4-5. Thf A r k a n s a s Rn/orbacks moved I n t o a tie fur fourth place Jn t h e : j Southwest Conference- last nir.ht! I by d t f o n l i n g thf Texas Atjgies, j ·IE)--}!), al Cnllegr SUition. The learn the Hogs lied for the middle i;pot in the loop was the AKKICS. Tho game was a dose one for most of three quai'lcr.s -- u n t i l ; Ai'kaM?ns' Walti.'r Kcarns found Ihe range, t h a t is. Krarns, h a v i n a ' hl.s hands f u l l giumling lln y\Rgirfl'; j u m p i n g center, Walt Diivis, a o'-f) champion h i g h - j u m p e r , f i n a l l y bp- gan h i t t i n g late in tho third period. Kcatus. a fi-6 lad himself, malchod Davis basket for basket j in keeping Arkansas ahead near j the end of that, q u a r t e r , and t h o n l took over, scorinc 1 (I nolnls in · ll'p lasl period as Davis f i n a l l y lrt iis eye. Davis anrl K r a r n s each i made I D points to lead their loam's | a t t a c k . | The shne was on the othr-r fool · last night for the first time jn f i v e I :·( nsecutivc meetings between th? I two teams. I n four previous mect- ; iii|*s Arkansas was nn the short I end nf the score- watching Hie j Afjflirs s t a l l on I the time. In one ! jjanic lust year Arkansas IJc-d the fount and won in an overtime, but even in t h a t game the Auglr:; stalled most of the last m i n u t e la'cning the ball away from the Porkers. II was tho Hogs' t u r n last nlghl, and Ihey made, the most of 11. The Aggies tried desperately lo break up Ihe Arkfinsn;; freeze I n t e in the game. Culling Ihe lead lo 1wo points on I wo occasions H np- ucnrcd IhnL A. and M. might /;et liaclt. inlo contention, bul littjc Try oh Lewis came through, h a n - dling the ball well and driving jn j for two i m p o r t a n t baskets laic in I the contest. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Fov-tievill- Arkaniot, Tuesday, February 12, 1952 TALBOT VOTES FOR GORDON Yenkees To Have All-Time Team Selected For 50th Anniversary Lost Nioht «K Thf Amnrliilril I'tr** New York--Tony Pellone, 14fi, New York, outpointed .Jackie O'firien, 144, Mcrirlcn. Conn., 8. Chicago -- Larry Watson, 178, Omaha, Neb., mil pointed Wcs- bury Rascnin, 177, SI. Louis, 8. Trenton, N. .).---Uobby M a n n , 152, Trenton, outpointed Red Archie, 151, P h i l a d e l p h i a , fi. Washington--Gene Smith, 127, Washington, knocked out Lute Ramos, 1311 New York, .'J. Baltimore 1 --Chubby Wright, 184, k, N. J., outpointed Don The site of the University of Florida's basketball games, Florida G y m n a s i u m , accommodates 7,300 spectators. Lloyd, 130, New York, outpointed Kid Ccntclla, 137, Nicaragua. 10. I'igert To Play Almn Benlnnvllln-rSpcclHl-SlIll hampered by iltncss the llr.ntonvllle rigors will play their second Ramn ·vitli t h e A l m a Air-Hales tonight on the Airedale court. P l a y i n g a llghl control uyslpni Mina squeezed by the Tigers 23-22 earlier in the season. Mixr.ri TfHirnry llndr.r Way Prtlm Beach, K]:i.-(fl'j-I3ca Mr- V'ane, I j i r m i n g l i a m , Ala., and Robert Sweeny, Palm Beach shot a 73 to tie Mrs. Catherine Fox Park, RloomficlH, N, J., nnd Tim Holland, M i a m i , for medal is! honors in opening piny of ifth annual I n v i t a t i o n a l Mixed Foursomes Golf Tournament, Max Surkont and Vcrn Hickford of the floslon IJrnvfis e;ich pitched two two-hitters during tho '51 season. Johnny Wooden, head hnsM- ball coach al UCLA since 1948, is a former star performer for Purdue University. GAINING IN STATURE By Alan Mavtr DYE OF WAZM/tJGTOrS. OME OF Tfi£ COUNTRY'S WZ/tlG CASE COACHES / 'v' "-va TIPPY WON Tfe PACIFIC COAST cKo^ti Hie f/Rr zeAzofi WITH rue HUSKIES ANP LOOKS AS IF H£ M/6HT REPEAT / -THOUSH OM/'A S'7" /4o pJUNPeR, He QUARTeRBACKlP OHIO ., SIS IO *' CROWH AHD TWO 2MB At CASf CQACtf OF#/t MATER. HE CAMS ctosetr rb n O A V L K TAIJJOT New Ynik-(/Ti-Tht! Ni»w York Ynnkrcs err on t h e vrrjT ff in- a i i f i u i a t i n g t'Tir 50th n i t n m i f i n i\* m^mbfrs n. tlir A n t c r l c n n I/f'."^ue, anrl (n cnmrncrnornttr the m l rti«inn they arc n x k ' n f the more 1 clilerly of th'i nation's hnf-Tlut]! v.-iilrrs In ii'-stsl ti'i'in Jn plckina an n l l - t h n c a l l - Y a n k e e tcnm. As A r t ' m r "Rf-d" PaMcrsrm. t h r i-luh's n f f k i f t l luh-t'iiMiiprt-. ii cx- plit-it 'in b a n n i n g *,iifli - l o l i n n y - i-omc-lalclys as I h i s v . r n i - r from com net Jut: in t h e c v r n t , it has licpn found Mi.'ri'-i-s.'iry ID i - n l l in as Kiiosl cfiivnillant t M n o!(l*v,t l i v i n a foi'iruM' AsstH-lnltvl Press sport H ctlllor, A l a n .1. Gould, now OXPCU- livr editor of O'r n r r r a n l r n l i n n . Alan covered the Immbf-rs Ihrough I h p riliunornus years under tho tjilr Miller l l i m n i n s ami oji wall Into tho roclmn of Joe Mr- Qirlh.v. Those nrc his choices: First hnsr, Iitni Gchrljc; ntrond. .Tony l.axmri; tliirtl. Robert Ri'd Jtolfc; liHoHMnp, PIMI Rlzuito; ontflcld, tith' ftuU', ,lof DiMae- R(O and Ilot» MtMifirl: ratrhrr. KM! Dirkcv: Mltrl'fii'M. I* V^rnnn fJ-»- mcr. R \Vnlie llnyt; i i d l t y I n f l r l t l - er, I'rank f'rtscttl; rrllff pHrhcr, John Murpliy. "My only scrinus tlrbtitps witli inysnif," Alan says, "tiro in plrk- ing Gomez ovrr Herb Pennnck ns tho l o f l - h n n r l r d p i t c h i n g c'mk'f. nnd Red Hoif(- over -loc J3uiran ;ti third hn.se. Pcunock is nn all-Urn*; urfirtl in my hm»k. but Jils j(rf'»l ycfirs wore not spent alonn with tho Ynnks, of coursp, nnd I'm Inclined to frcl Hint Oomojr'fi record on the A'holP tops Ponnock's.' "The only Ynnkco pitcher In Iho Hnll of K.'imn, you know, Is Jack Chrsbro, but here n^ain we Jinve a star wlui rlevnted only port of his enroot 1 to the New Yorkers then the Highlanders. Chrsbro wns a topnoldicr in the. National League, too. "Hoftt's. bfiltfnf,' power ryit^tlcK hlm,U Ihe nod^nver Du«;in,pn my juriemotit. Until WPIT top tlefcn- Kivc men." . . · · , H theywant t h p ^rentest Khifile Ynnken club in history, Gould fs ready with that orin, ton. Ho sny* It was t h e ' i f l 2 7 o u t f i t . R u t h , Mcu- sol and Knrl Combs made up tho outfield; GohHg, Ln/7.rri, Dtifinii and shortstop Mark Knonltf hi*W down the inner works. Tho rnich- erB were Pat Collins nnri Benny ncn/tfliich, and Ihe pitching Ktaff mimbererl, (n nddltion to . Hoyt and Pennock such slorlhd firtlsts ns Urban ^Hnckcr, Georfic Pip- Uras anH Wiley Moore. "Connie Mitel: oner told nir he ronnldrrrrt that (lie Rrcatcst tram hr hud rvrr ncen or comnrlcd ·palnftt," Gould rrrallrd. "It wns not just a pn\ver tram, though It packed a mprdfroux punch, ft hail Krrat pIlcMnt. van Jitrons d«?en- slvfcly, and fast." Unless wif are mistaken, this WHS the Yiinkon tcsim which was involved In nne of the favorite Klorles a b o u t - H U R R i n s , The .Ynnk-i were t n i l l i i i K by several lengths, when they suddenly broke loose with onr of their typical rallies- double, home r u n , triple, home run, double. Anrl then someone-possibly it WHK Dugfm--rapped a sharp tfinEle. "I'm RninK lo fine you SHJO for Hint," Iho little manager v/as supposed to have shmitod. "Rreaklns up n rally with n single." There is m disposition here t" Run with thr executive editor over his n i l - Y a n k team, the one ;it tho top nf the column. There would have been if ho had picked one of the old-timers instead of ttiz/utn. or Du«an instead of Holfe. Ilizzulo is :i truly marvelous liHlC Riiy, the. plnycr chiefly responsible, in ntir opinion, for bringing the Ui.st throe world chiunnionships to tho KtiifJium. H f l f e still was n wonder in his fin.-if jfibtson, when ! he war :o sick with colitis he hs , tin Uivnc"; p u t t ' n g on a u n i f o r r | Wr u-nuld frcl hfllpr If ot ; ^Uf3t r!rk*-r had said domethln | abiti* .tor Gordon; If only that h \ didn't fcrt .Ire wa* with the Yanl. i Ion« rnoi'-jh to rate rompariso ; ;vKli Iaz7rri. i Gnrrfon \vfis a whole lot of jcrc ' ond-bnKoman for a frw ycat ! there. We Misprrt tio made ptitouf on Ri'nund b;t!l5 I.nr/eri wouldn i '-ijivr- i f i i t c h c f 1 , and ho bit a Ion · ball. Hut L;i/./cri, who died a fe* '· i';u,s bark i,n hi native We; ; Const, prnlj.-'hly v/ill get the mo* f votes in the poll. NCAA To Launch Extensive Study Of Bowl Games Clilcagn-f/I*)-Thc 8rope and (i mincing of an extensive nation. ! ti\(\v pun'cy of post-scnson com : p e t i t i d n is boinR ntudind v'lday b; : iJn: KxpL-utK'c Committee of th : National CoMogiHle Athletic Afi£o j tlilllOII. ! · The SIJP.TV \vill be mn 'e hy lh } NCAA Extra - cvqnts Cmpmltlci ! especially «l ijowl football games ' Tho NCAA hns ruled that no ncv I f.-ontrncluritl ayrncmcnts on be 1 : (tniiics ran bo made during 195! ! while thy survey is in progress ' Ttio survey prlmarUy will bi made to determine the degree o athletic prp.vnurcn -- which giv rise to subsidization anrt recruiting -- developed by post-seaior contests. These contests not onlj include foothall bowl games bu also NCAA championships In bu ketball, track and other sports. The extra events committee I.' to recommend appropriate Icgiyla- I live action to the NCAA eonven- tlon next .January. McGibbony Named To Arizona U.'s Coaching Staff · Tucsnn, Arl*. - f/P) - Ch»r1e« W. "Dull" McGibbony, high tchool fotitbflll coach Ht Hot Springs, Ark,, hns hccn appointed defemtn rnneh of '«·;. University of Arfeon.: grid team. His appointment was announced last nifiht by Warron Woodscn, Aflzqna's new head coach. McfJibtony plnyed under Woodson al^A'rjjBnsns Slnle Teachers, iind/WS»tfcon has called him "one of th'e smartest players I've ever [ coached." , I McCibbony formerly coached at i Slate Teachers and assisted John ' Barnhill at the University of Ar- OnifAMENTAL IRON WORKS CACLI WCLDIHO CO. Wrought or Ca«t Iron R ^ l l t n n nnd Columns Wrought Iron Kurniturt A n y t h l n u For The Home Free EntlrmtM rORT SMITH 1411 T»» 1 WALT BEACH Guarantowi Watch K*palrlnfl Win Irtwrr*! Ctoiitffn II I. Onltr ftrxt i fAYITTIvaui. **·, rtiim 12M ^ On O ' it PftOOr · UHO S P K I K Q OIJIIUINO

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