Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 14, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 14, 1952
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Normally, by this lime of year, sports desks (and sports pages) . throughout the .Southwest Would be covered with the names of Arkansas players liavinj- a chance at ·11-conferenco recognition. Not « peep this year will) the- exception of a; note appearing in on Ar- knn'ias paper t h a t .conceded the , Porkers have little or no chance · ' · ' of-".'perpetuating the consecutive -· : ' string of AI1-SWC men that cx- . ,. Upds-back to 1024; '·· ' tjt-'ncc'iired. to this column some ·# · wecta back that something should 3' b^'Sone aboui Ihe silualion. We 4 ;'decided'then t h a t ' G e n e Lambert ·il witflhc heir apparent. He seemed '·'{ ': toifc.the one thai would make the '» = mist -vivid impression upon op.-!? posing coaches who make the final ·.· .'· decision; -Lambert's rebounding ·i! ,' hai ; ' made a- lasllng Impression »· , upon-players and coaches through-. · - out'the" loop. a' : ' On feeling.out the sentiment at it -.' the'-tathlclic department we dis- i'- ; covered thai there a question cx- '·- }' isleS as to the peer between Lam;.. i bert, and. Sam Smith, the. team's only.senior. Thnt:problem .probably proved ,so weighty that the whole businessi. sunk 1 ' from sight In n' sea 'of apathy like a corpse In a' quarter novel being 'dropped into Ihe-Easl River, Not that, binding the issue In chains and '·soaking its Jcct In - vet' ccmcnt'.wasn't the- beat thing cither. Who ivnnls to look' silly? '( - As things have turneaiout.Walter j - Kcarns haB .come .to the tore In rc- ' cent games and-Is'currently thc sun of Bill Bunch, of Kelley Brothers Lumber Company. · · · Arkansas' Razorbackj, who hid so- much' misery dealt them by Jewell McDowell during the /our years he was playing for the Texas Assies, may not have seen the last of the fancy ball-handling guard. McDowell is now one of the. key members of the Phillips .66 Oilers team, a crew that Ar! kansas has played most every year lor quite some time. brightest fight 11)-.the Porker'* low voltage .firmament. -. Oh, well) Arkansas has a record that, will be a long time In the breaking. · 4 · ' ^ We didn't learn what system he used, but we ..are toying will the Idea of writing. him .lor thai 'information. :It'accmi.-that David v Bunch, seven-year-old : s6n,.of Dr : William L. Bunch, Jr M of Meridian Miss., recently was: awarded the A Wth prize to a contest Aatfonilljr sponsored by Packard Motoi ·': Company. Thc contest consisted :·· of plcklrig the'winners and scores of the howl games lost January 1 :·]."}.' We sure could use a good sye- 'tl; tern ot picking winners. We know J r i j of one, but it works better foi ?:| nlhcrB'.than for oneself. That's the v s j i ' o n e where we pick the winners f |; and you ; .tako , the lo«er«, You'l j-;|? score nearly-100 iwr cent ?very ;|***"-wiillflnv% Bunch, Jr., Is the AinrUn I* Ih. TOKS--1« In a recent AAU tournament, iimei von by the .Oilers, McDowell distinguished himself by being named as one. of three Oilers to the all- tournament team. The others were. A. L. Bennett and At Williams, a former Porker.' n. L. Miller, of Arkansas, who last season was an All-Southwest Conference, guard .along with. McDowell, Is reported lo have-taken btck scat to thc Aggie flash. · * * . Shelby Grant,' the dour proprietor of Mack's Steak House, tossed his annual party a few nlghls ago The character of the shindig has changed some--it originally was dedicated to'the sport, of squirrel hunting and featured stewed squirrels. · · · The last couple of years, how- _vcr, the .old squirrel hunters have become »« scarce as.the squirrels and cured ham hut'become a delightful, substitute.. · ·; Shelby officiated over the affair with 1 -, loving.cruffness that Is a special quality of his. A number "of distinguished guesls were present Including' a Bcnlonvlllc dentist and his charming w.ltc The dentist, «s It developed, wa an avid nvoldcr of the. TIMES ant cheerily.pointed out thai he knew of at least five, persons thai had cancelled their subscriptions to this paper because of the biased sports reporting. One'r sins,- It seems, follow on relentless, -albeit, padded feet. And as far as Bcnlonylllo sport fans arc concerned, we'd like to point out thai we have a fine correspondent there now--name o Bob Pcarman. And If he's prejtl diced we hope It's for Bentonvlllc Brown University Is !i) its ihird year an a member of the Pentagonal Hockey, League and is look- Ing for its third straight champion »hl|). ..-, -.: ·:: · '· . ISPORTS QV»y '', '"f V |£ NORTHWEST AKAN5AS flMlS FavtrraviM, Ariuitt* Thurtday, February 14, 1952 Wilkinson Admits Oklahoma Closer To Southwest Conference Than Big Seven Texas Open To Get Under Way At San Antonio Veeck Lays Plans For Japanese Farm Team That tag ending is the bis qucs- I t i o n . Is such a thing allowed un- · . ' V ' ' ! The idea cropped up yesterday j der present American baseball San AntonioWj-A field of 169 \ in a ca bic"ram from Abe Saper- rulings? moved out today.'in the first round j stcin| OW n Cr O f the fabulous jt stumped Vccck. And ' it f the 25th Texas Open Gulf qiobeuotlcrs of basketball and in- i stumped a "board of strategy" Browns' .stockholder Tournament There was no out- ! c j t ](, n tai|y landing favdrite. a situation that I --has prevailed all along the winter ' . , ; ournament trail this year. . | l o u r . ! lus a TM"P lc otnncw oncs The reason . is obvious-there if" Oliver and Henry Ransom-are lave been six tournaments and six different winners. Enid, '.Okla.-(/P)-Thc Unlvmlty*- of Oklahoma football coach. Bud Wilkinson, blamed "oycrlntcrcsl" on the part of football players for much of Ihe sport's difficulties. Ho said it wash" "overemphasis" at all, as most critics have said. Wilkinson w a s p r i n c i p a l speaker at a banquet here. He said academic standards of fcthlcles arc far loo low. He pointed nut that the.-' may play with 24 hours of "D" gr-idcs. "In other words,'he explained, "an nlhlelo can be eligible without applying any work toward [raduatlon. A "C" average mils'. c -ipalntalhcd for credit toward '· " I S* * . companion to your spring wardrobe jt4»w Spring ttyl.t by 5";lt.ttori are the look In jn.n't headwtar .,.. . : n»w colon, n.w f'ihap.i lure to liven up 'your wardrobe. Let ut ·-. fit you with on. of fin. .halt Marciano Kayos · · · Savold Easily Young Challenger Thwarts Comeback PhlIadclphia-(/P)-A fighter Has to have his annuities paid up before going against Rocky Mar- who have been playing the winter ciano. · THE TllUANA · THE WHIPPET · THE PUYIOY · THE STRATOLINER · THE OPEN ROAD · THE BOSS OF THE PLAINS Tht Strarolintr Ijlghtwelght c o m f o r t , superlative umartnrss . . , an Ideal companion. $10 We're just at proud of the new ityl.s not illuilraltd here. Th* Tijuana, for instance, hat o South-of-the- B o r d e r nonchallanc. that makct it a favorit* of men who want a hat thal't different. Let ut »how it to you. Th« Playboy favorite de- to live up to Its name. Tha Whippet Snip brim and bound edge five trim, businesslike appearance. $10 . $10 The Spot to Shop degree. ' . | Marciano, the hard punching Wilkinson said the Sopncrs heavyweight from Brocton, Mass, geographically speaking," belong , 1ol om y beats his opponents into n the Southwest Conference moic ',| not iy. submission, but he sends than the Big Seven. . But he were several ijolnled out there major, problems involved In making the sliitt. He snid Texas Tech first priority if nn opening In ;hc conference occurs. Wilkinson added that Southwest Conference members wls'.i In keep the league small enough sn they can play n round-robin schedule. The Oklahoma coach said it' is hard to determine nowadays what an amateur is. There's only one salvntion," he them scurrying for a rocking chair iinl' retirement. Like last night when to all In- 'cnt and purposes he ended the "firccr of the veteran Lee Savold The 35-year-old Englcwood, N. J. tighter was a'blood-soaked hulk when his manager asked referee Pete Tomasso to stop the uneven match at the end of the sixtl round, "Savolri never had a chance las night. The unbeaten Marciano added. "And that Is you c a n n o t ! Charged across the ring from'thi buy what It takes, to win." first, boll, smashed two tremend Wilkinson predicted the Unlvcr- oils hooks into Savolri's face and sily would have another good: 1'icii unmercifully cut down his football team, next If ex- j.bigger opponent. Marciano weigh- pccled replacements on \hc l i n e . p d 186 and Savold 200 for thi come through. scheduled' nationally-televised II rounder at Convention hall. Thi announced atlcndancc wat fl.24: nnd the 'gate a disappointing $61, 3Sfi. . . . Despite his easy victory--Mariano won every round--the Roc] was far from satisfied. Asked how he fell aflcr cuttinc Savold's eye. nnd ihe vclcran's lip so badly it needed studies, Rocky said, "I wasn't sharp at all. I need to.fight oftcncr. A . four monlh layoff is too much." : Lovellette Loses Lead In Scoring .New York-M'l-Kor the f i r s t lime this season, Kansas' Clyde Lovellette Is not Icadir.g the nation's major college scoring leaders, according to figures released today,by the National Collogbte Alhlatlc Bureau. .Through games o' last night, Lovellette found himself in third place, "trailing both Marl; Work- nan of West Virginia and Bobby St. Louis-(/P)-Blll Vecck, ener- . and scoMt. getic owner . "I can make an excellent work- Japanese such a thing is legal will, be decided later. matter. "It can't hurt 'anything," says Veeck. 'If we get an okay on h. we'll try to work *ut something." . "Who knows?" asks Veeck. "There might be some good talent in.Japan. And I think this will be good for international relation's." Kee» ip wit* tt. the Tiraei toll*. that was present--General Manager Rudy.Schaffer, Vice.President Bill DeWitt, traveling secretary BUI Durncy and publicity director . Bob Fishel. . i ·Vccck wasn't stumped long. A | Top players absent include Cary Middlecoff of Mcmn 1 ^'.. T r n " . · -- : ing rounds. They were survivors year's leading money · winner and of a field of 218 seeking places in 'ictor at El Paso last 'weekend, the tournament. Young Billy Er- md E. J. Harrison of St. Andrews, [11., last year's Texas Open «ham- (ion. Bui'practically all of the others here. Sixty-three players gained spols, -- . in the open yesterday in qualify- \ thins l i k e not knowing if its pos- Thev were survivors sible doesn't worry the energetic Browns' ownc . "Go ahead," he cabled furth-of Sai. Antonio, an'amateur who has been following the golf tour for four weeks, led the qualifying rounds with a six-under-par 65. Sapcr- stcin. "Can't tell if we can do it. Must clear with president of the National Baseball Association." He plans to question George Trautman, NBA president, on the RAZOR BLADES MMMITfE W1S.tirf.Ct*. kteL You're when you, order. . . You're Proud when you serve In a Manhattan, it's Matchless. In * Sour...Supreme! Old-Fashioncds kecoinc Outstanding! Straight-it's Great! Ye», the finer the whiskey the finer the drink. So no matter what drink you're thinking of for yourself - or planning to serve your friends--remcni- br.r that the Password to Perfection ii... Sea grain's 7 Crown. Quail Restoration Banquet Is Scheduled lltitl ui vvuai vii^niia rum AJWUUJ .17 i · 4 ,, Pcttlt of Louisiana Stale, who a r - 1 Washington i n . a w i r l u n l deadlock for the lead. | ;«Vauiea at Prizes for' q u a i l rcsloralion in C o u n t y will b e the fourth annual Workman has s c o r e d 25.044 ' , ra : 1(IU , e .V , to ' )c . hcl . d "' the ??*'"*points per game to 25.041 for Pet- , TM l c ''''B" , s TM°" "} e n '8 hl j' 111, in 18 and 17 £ amej, respec- ? Tn TM h , 4 ' w ' l d l l f c "' ct "« s TM ade lively. Lovellette, held to 13 points ! 'v thc st " lc Garne a n d Fish Com ' by Iowa State Mnndny night, has ; miss' 011 wil1 nc an average of 25.4 points per LW- Extbuivtly A Man's Store .Vi'*** .,.-.--"*. game. No Size Regulations On Bass This Year New regulations set by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission-allow bass of any size to be taken, Game Warden Paul Baxter said today. The rules still set n limit of eight bass a day, but there |s no limit on the size, he rcporlcd. Keep up with the time*--red the TIMES dallr. Tom M u l l or Jack Dyer, Tickets may bo purchased from Warden Paul Baxter, at thc Top Spot, from C h a r l e s Cole, or W. F. Thomas In Fayetlevillc; Ray Ralston or Jim Webb in Springdalc, or John Abshicr in Lincoln. Last- Niqht Ity V'ftc -4.«*flc('iM I'rttil Philadelphia--Rocky Marciano, 186, B 'ocklon, Mass., slopped. Lee Savold, 200, Englewood, N. J.. 7. Miami Beach, Fla.--Roland La Slarzn, 100, New York, outpointed Ralph Schneider. 222, Chicago, 10. 65% G"in "«""' s P ifits ; Seagrafn-Distillt;sCofporation.Chfysl»f Building. He* York DON'T BE Prove conclusively to yourself that only Maryland Cluo Coffee stands up to the exacting standards of better flavor, and greater economy, that'you set yourself! BY CLAIMS .... make your own coffee taste-test! C**rl«lit DUNCAN COmi CO. The world- famous Shamrock Hotel and B o t h e r celebrated hotels, c 1 u b s a n 'd restaurants . serve Maryland Club " exclusively. Too, it's the coffee preferred by homemakers of recognized good taste, all over the Southwest. What makes Maryland Club tops with people who know good coffee? The better flavor... the'greater economy! Me your own coffee taste · test!. Taste-test Maryland Club Coffee against «»)/ other coffee on the market; Then, if you don't agree that Maryland Club Coffee ttwtct bettor, at /ess cost, per cut'--Just return to us, by March 1, 1952, thc can-strip with your own twenty-five word statement telling us why you don't agree, and we'll send you a Mnn«y Order for one dollar in cash. . . the coffee you'd drink if you owned ott the coffee in the world! " · f

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