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Thursday, February 14, 1952
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*-*. ·*.---j--."--«- (* 1t)«V_--i~ P MnMVJMi^ IRVnOT/f PWffWVfy f"fj f r** ^^^,? Mrs. Lawrence Wins Olympic Giant Slalom Vermont Girl Gives America Its First Gold Medal Of Games O»lo-W).-Mr6. Andrea Mead Lawrence, 19-ycav-oia skiing dare-devil from Rutland, Vt., gave the United States'the first gold '· medal of the sixth Winter Olympic Games today when she streaked to victory in the women's giant sla- 11--Missouri, at Columbia SI--Rice, .1 Houston Oct. 25--Kansas, at Dallas Nov. 1--Texas at Austin Oct. February Sports Card Feb. 15--Bulldogs vs. Sprlnr- ficld. Mo., here, at 8 p m. Feb. 15--Arkansas Frosh vs. Tulsa Frosh. at Sallisaw, Okla. Date For Game With Will Rogers lorn event. The tall New · Englander, · who w»i an Olympic competitor at 15, raced.down the hazardous 1640- jard Norefjell course, weaving between pine trees and rocks, in two minutes, 6.8 seconds. Then she well, panting, in the arms of her'21-year-old husband, David, also a member of the U.S. Olympic Team, and exclaimed: "Gee, it was great. I went faster than I thought." Her time was 2.2 seconds better than that of th-s second place finisher, Austria's Dagmar Rom, blonde movie actress, who registered 2:09. Catherine (Katy) Hodolph, 21- year-old Denver University coed from Hayden, Colo., finished fifth in 2:11.7 for America's second best showing. The United States' No. S hope in the event, Jannette Burr of Seattle almost missed one of the control gates and had to back up to go through it properly. This spoiled her chances and she finished in 2:19.2, far out of the running. While Mrs. Mead was sweeping to victory down the sleet-coated incline at Norefjell, some 70 miles from here, the United States' two- man hobsled teams were virtually conceding the championship to Germany's great sledding tandem at Frojmersteren. Andreas O s t l e r , Germany's world champion bobsledder, and his mate Lorenz Nicbcrl, took a commanding lead after the first two heats. Ostler and Nieberl swirled down the lf*0 meter metric mile bob- lied run ir the course record time of one minute, 20.76 seconds on the first try and repeated in 1:21.64. This gave them a two-run total ' time of 2:42.40 and only a miracTe could prevent them from prevailing in the final two heats tomorrow. The championship is based on the total times of four heats. |... , . , The United States' No. 1 sled flKIHS JUNOf, manned by Stan Benham of Lake ' Placid, N. Y., and 270-pound Pal Martin of Massena, N. Y., was ·econd with 2:44.15 for the first two runs. Benham's times were 1:22.03 and 1:22.12. In third place at the end of the first day was the Swiss No. " sled driven by Felix Endrich with a total of "2:44'.46. America's No» 2 entry of Fred Fortune, Lake Placid, N. Y.. and Floyd Edward Whishcr, Au Sable Forks, N. Y.. was seventh -with times of 1:23.46 and i:24.48 lor a total" of 2:47.9. 1952 SWC Football Schedules « Ditto sUck Sept. 27--Houston, »t FnyeltevUlt Oct 4-T. C. W, ·»· MH W*f«l Oil. It-Baylor, it-Little Hock Oct. 18--Tcx««. at Austin Oct. 25--Olc Mli. t Little Rock Nov. 1-TtlM MM, M C'kft (I'll Nov. 8--Rice.- at Fayettevllle Nov. 15--S. M. U.. at Fayctteville Nov. 22--Tulsa, at Tulta ·ATLOM Sept. 20--Wake forest, at Waco Sept. 27--Open Oct. 4--Wa«h!n«ton Slat*, at Waco Oct. Jl--Arkunmi. at Little Rock Oct. IS--Texas Tech. ot Lubbock Oct. 25--Texas AM, at Wnco Nov. 1--T. C. U., at Fort Worth Nov. 8--Texas, at Waco Nov. 15-- Houston, at Houston Nov. 22--s. M. U.. at Dallas Nov. 29--Bice, at Waco RICE f«: 27--Tt»l Ttcn., «t HotlttMl Oct. 4--L. S. U., «t H.uit.n Oct. II--U. C. L .A., at I.os Anseles Oct' 18--3 M. IT., at Houston Oct. Nov. 25--Tex», at Houit.n 1--Wisconsin, at Houston Nov. a--Arkansas, at Fayettevllle Nov. 15--Texas AM. at c'leue S't'n Nov. 22--T. C. U.. at Houston Nov. 2£1--Baylor, at Waco SOUTHERN METHODIST Sent. 26-- Ouko. .«t D«llai OcL «--Ca Tteh, al Dalln Ocl. · · -- , , f*»L M-t. *. U, Sept. 27-N. dr.. Nov. »--Texu AM. t Dallas · Nov. 15--Arkansas, at FayetttvlJlt Nov. 22-- Baylor, at Dallas Nov. 29--T. C. U.. at Dalian *·"*·_-_ ... at Chapel HilT Oct. 4--Notre Dame, at Auilln Oct. 11--Oklahoma, at Dallas Oct. JB--Arkansas, U Austin Oct. 25--Rice, at Houiton Nov. 1--S. M. U.. at Austin Nov. 8--Bnylor, at Waco Nov. is--T. C. U., at Fort Worth Nov. 22--Open Nov. 27--Texas AeVM. at Austin TIXAC A. AN» M. Srtrt. M--MwnlMi * Nwntwi S«pt 27--Okl*. A4VM, «l DalU* Oct. «--K«irt«cky, «t 6'IM* ftTH Oct 11--Mich. St., at Lanilnf Oct. 18--T. C. U., at C'Jege S't'n Oct. 25--Baylor, at Waco Nov. i-Ark., al Cvlton ttotiM Nov. 8--S. M. U.. at Dall« Nov. IS--Rice, ,at College Station Nov. 22--Open Nov. 27--Texan TKXAS CHRISTIAN Sept. 20-- Kansas, at Lawrence Scot. 27--U. C. I. A., fit Los AnKtltB Oct. 4--ArkHiut, M F*rt WerlN Oct. II--Trinity, «t fan Airttnl* Oct. IB--Texas AM, at C'lege Sta. Oct. 25--Open Nav 1--Baylor, at Waco Nov. 8--Wake Forest at Tort Worth Nov. 15--Texas, al Fort Worth Nov. 22--R!ce. at Houston Nov. 29-^S. M. U.. at Dallas C ight games indicated by__dark type.) Changed The Fayctteville Bulldogs will play Will Rogers Hieli School of Tulsa on Monday, February 18, instead of on Tuesday, February 19, as originally scheduled, Coach Glenn Stnhenherry announced this morning. The change was made, with the agreement by the Tulsa school, to avoid a conflict with f'C University team, also scheduled for a home gnme on the night of the 19th. Tomorrow night the Bulldogs play Springfield, Mo., at Root Gym. There are.' only three games remaining oh the regular season's schedule for the 'Dogs. After tomorrow night's tilt and the Monday engagement with Will Rogers the Fayetteville' team winds up season play against Springdale High School, Friday, February 22, at Root Gym. The Bulldogs currently hive a 13-2 season record. Bradley In Upset Win Over Billikins Peoria, 11 !.-(#·)-Bradley University's basketball team, in the midst of a recession from the heights of previous seasons, regained the old loiTch last night and set back highly-favored St. 'Louis University, 61-60. Pickings hnven't been exactly meager for the Peoria Braves this season. It vasHhc second time they had knocked over the Billi- kens, the previous victory coming at SI. Louis in a double overtime 57-5U. The Braves now boast a respectable 14 won, 10 lost record. It was the fifth defeat for the Billikens, who lead the Missouri Valley .Conference w i t h six straight victories. Their overall Snowfall For . Olympic Games Finally Carries . .Oslo-(;p)-They started playing (or keeps today in the sixth Winter Olympic Games and one of the big'.- voids apparently was · filled early in the morning when a heavy snow began to fall just one hour before thi opening event got 1 under w»y. . , . JEarly rising Norwegians stood in 'the streets beaming as big flakes quickly blanketed the city to a depth .of more than an inch Boys Lose, Girls Win, In Games With Eagles The Elkins boys dropped a.65-43 decision to Huntsvillet. last...night before a capacity crowd at the Elkins gym. In-other games the Elkins girls downed the Eagle girls, 40-24, and the Huntsville junior boys triumphed, 28-22. Logue, with 18,. led. thc-Elkins scoring,' but' both' Patrick-, arid Serry picked.up 17 for the winning Huntsville senior boys.- Elkins' WlHiford made- 18 to pace her .team to Die win in the girls game. Henson, with 16, led Huntsville. The game was the last of the season at home for the Elks, who play the windup Washington County game against Greenland tomorrow night at Greenland. Elkins is tied with Prairie Grove for the county league leadership. Prairie Grove meets West Fork and Lincoln before ending its loop slate. and.kept coming down. Competition began today in the two-man bob-sleds and in the women's skiing. Ke'ei tip with the times--read ·.h*r TTMES dally. season record is 17-5. St. Louis is ranked seventh nationally In the Associated Press poll. NWA Mtdoiweti Dilry »nd the Arkan- ·RI Wei Urn GBI Compiny downed Uchlytcr's »nd H*ndcrion Coffee to climb cloftr to the l»cue leading Li-P OM Co.. who split 2-2 with P*»* teurlicd Milk. The other mitch found Tyson's Feed »nd Hiiichery defeating Barrack'i, 3-1. Medoiwwt Dairy r*ptured ill (com honori with 853-2,39? while Bobble Fisher of the fume team exceeded either Individual efforts with 175-493. f.fQM* ttMMlRft L-P Gu Co. ..... Mcdosweet Dilry 51 Arkansas Western Gas Co .52 Tyson's Feed and Hatchery Barrack'! Llchlyler's '.... I.TM"."...41 ·'n^tfturitt'd Milk Co 3C Henderson Coffee NWA MM The Purdy Supply Company Icnm, composed of high school student bowl""". * rimmed the league leading Sprintdale Smoke Shop, 4-0. Cmvenn mid (Jo., took Tour points from P'arm- cr'i Market, climbing within two pins of first place. Dill Hodges Liquorh took Dick Trewhitl 3-1 and Honff Coffee Co. defeated Heekin Can Co.. 3-1. Clark and Eoff of Sprlngdale split 2-2 with the Kincald Co, Cravens and Co. blaited team high scores of 1,004-2.739. Nat Rlchmornf of Croveni took high single with 218 while W, S. plBOn of thn Kincatrt Co was most consistent for a series ol 558 pins. L*»fHI Itanritngt Rj-.ioke Shop Cravens and Co 01 Clark nnd Eoff Furniture Co. ,,. 51 The Kincald Co DIjk Trewhitl Purdy Supply Co, --- 41 Hoag Coffee Co. Lhuors -Heekin Can -Co. Farmer's Market In the Middle Ages, toys included carved crusaders astride their war horses. ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS CACLI WltDIHQ CO. Wrought or Cast Iron Railing and Columns Wrought Iron Furniture Anything For The Home Free Estimates FORT MHTH IM 14U CUP AND SAUCER IM MOTHER'S OATS Beautiful "AzuMl*" Blu* dasiwai* by Anchor Hocking Injldc ereir big squire picki^e of Mother's Oats you Ret · viluible, useful premium. Actu- illy l double Vllue beciuse money cin'i buy a 6ncr quality, more delicious, more nourishing oatmeal than Mother's Oust Start now tojrire your fimily this good, hoi. MOTHER'S OATS-o proW.ct of THl QUAKt* OAK COMPANY" The University of Florida foot-1 during the 'SI grid uaaon and had I A 5,000-iquare-mllc desert of ball team blocked one enemy puot I two of their own klcki blocked. I frown aand hai been discovered on the Arctic Ocean coart of All ka, P o f f o n ' s Tastimark has them! NEW, CONVENIENT, HALF-GALLON Paper Bottles Mello-D Milk Now you can gel famoni Tmlem»rk IHelto-D Milk in the new half-gallon piper bottle. Saves time . . . UVCR (pace . . . ends ieeboi clutter. More convenient--a plentiful supply of good, rich TnMcmark Mello-D Mill on linncl na" time*. TaMemark Milk i* now available in I lie new, convenient half- gallon paper bottles. Buy your TaMemark Mollo D Milk--in half-gallons wheu you buy your groceries. . * * · * * AWtOvtD 'lastemark! * FANII · The quility, purity, IMte ud Mx* · tare of T»lcin«rk Mell-D Milk fan * * been checked and doublt-checked by the famoui Tutemirk Homemakeri Pnnrrl. Panel mrmhrn are women |u»t like Tour- sell, who taste-tent dairy product* richt ill their own hnmct. Their itamn of approval mean* you and vour whole family are awnreil of the »«rt liichcsi q u a l i t y when you insist o* Tartemark Dairy Product*. jostly w lo- Inued .to 33 iture Joday NTS * * * - t ***», Tasteinark: MILK fAMIl · ur toon MIIK WHIN rev vr rovi ··ociiui :ale :S31 - ot ·cc- ii Id Hy, the Ihs hat. ar- 3te llt- cc, m- 535 er- lo ts, ll !··'" V- 13 WE IIVE STAMPS We Give and Redeem K K Trading Stamps Everyday Low Price? Free Delivery Friendly Service Come in to see Rex Jack BONE'S GROCERY 114 W. CENTER PHONE 564 FREE RECIPES 10 Hew Ways to Serve Breakfast C A R N A T I O N M I L K 2 for 29C Aunt Jemima Stoymon Wineipp Apples . . ib.10c .Red Ripe Tomatoes. tube 15c California Lettuce . head lOc Pure Lard. £ T Pure Cane Sugar 10-lb. 609 89c Polar Bear Flour, 5-lb bag 39c Wheat Grey Shorts 100-lb. · Cotton 809 3.69 MORRIS BROS. GROCERY FORMERLY WATSON GROCERY Highway 16, East Phone 175 Bright and Early Bright rty COFFEE Ib. 73 Fresh Country Yellow Bonnet EGGS MILK Crackers ORANGE Juice TOMATO Juice Cherries Doz. 29 Sunshine Krispy lb.Box Donald Duck Jack Sprat 46-oz. Can 46-oz. Can Griffin's No. 2 Can 29' 23' 29 19 Bacon . . Ib. lb.49c Sausage.. lb.39e| Ground Beef, lb.63c Pork Roast. Ib. 42c Frtih i Pork Hocks, Ib. 29c Fresh Side, Ib. 35c| Sliced · Fresh Ham, Ib. 55c Whole ^ Fresh Ham. lb.40c Round, Loin, T-Bone · ' Steaks . . lb.89c ChMM i Lunch Meat, Ib. 55c M Psrk,. !b.23c Picnic Hams, Ib. 39c Slab Bacon. Ib. 43c Bacon Sq'res,lb.29c| Bacon Ends, Ib. 25c

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