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Bulldogs Romp Over Springfield, Mo., OI-5O Fayetfeville Pulls Away In Last Quarter Barnes And Parker Spark Team To 14th Victory Of Season By ALLAN GILBERT. JR. Beset by a number of difficulties during the 32-minute course of th« qame Fayetteville High never-the- less prevailed over Springfield, Mo., High School, 61-50, last night at Root Gym. The contest came as the climax to the high school's "Color's Day" celebrations, and was the 14th win in 16 games. In .the first half the Bulldogs, the coach and the fans nil got confused with the time, and Fayetteville had more t h a n a little trouble with the pressing defense of the visitors in the second half. And from start to finish a muscular young lad named Speck Ttadgers was causing the home team all sorts of anguish. The 'Dogs were at a decided height disadvantage, but with Bass Trumbo leading the way under both hoops more than held their, own in rebounding the ball. Springfield scoitd first as Giboney sank a free throw. But Ray Barnes connected seconds later on a short j u m p shot. Rodgers fired a long push-shot for the visitors to put' his team , ahead 4-3, and thrn Barnes flashed back for a layin to give the -Bulldogs a permanent feacl. From 4-3 Fayelteville never again lost the lead although it saw itj margin cut to one point as late as the fourth quarter. Hitting well from outside, and finding room for drives under the basket the Fayetteville team gradually built up a 10-point edge in the second quarter. With Fayctte-! ville leading 30-20 the fans began yelling "Shoot, shoot," as the clock approached t h e seven - minute mark. Everyone, except Springfield, promptly got excite*! and before the situation settled down at the close of the quarter Spring- f i e l d had picked up three ridiculously easy baskets to cut Fayetteville's lead to four points. Comi Back Strong The visitors came back strong In the third quarter on the amaz- InK play of rtocigers. who accounted for five baskets in that period. The Springfield team pulled up to a 43-44 deficit just at the close of the quarter, but Larry Head, subbing for Ken Crudup, who had four fouls, hit a jump-shot, giving Fayetteville a SG-43 edge at the ' third quarter. Springfield, on two of four free throw conversions, narrowed the lead to one point early in the last quarter. McConnell then made a free throw and Billy Parker, back in the scoring column after a three-game layoff, bucketed two goals. With a 51-47 lead the 'Dogs went into a stall and Springfield went into a full-court pi-ess. Fayetteville failed to get the ball past mfdcourt in the allotted 10 seconds to begin with. JBut Springfield failed to score with the oppor- unity and then became so zealous in its pressing that it forgot to watch the man with the ball. McConnell dribbled about 15 feet, unnoticed and unobstructed, and laid in a basket. From that point on the Fayetteville team cut the pressing defense up pretty bad as Springfield was forced to press near mid-court leaving the zone under its basket unguarded. Barnes, with eight field goals in 10 attempts, was high and hot for Fayetteville with 20 points. The m o s t encouraging, thing was Parker's return to the scoring column. Suffering from an injured wrist Parker had-scored but two points in the three previous games. Last night he unlimbered for 17. "'odsrer'. ot Springfield, exhibiting an ability to hit from anywhere and any position, getting 22 points. Gayie Jones was presented as Queen of "Color's Day" just prior to the opening tip-off. The win was-Fayetteville's see- bnd of the season over Springfield. Fayetteville hit 23 of 48 field goal attempts and made 15 of 20 free throws. Springfield hit on 21 of 53 attempts, making but eight of 21 free throws. Springfield's Dameron distinguished himself by missing nine straight free throws. The box score: FHS To See Tournament Action On February 28 Fayetteville's Bulldogs, drawing*a bye in the first round of the District One Class A basketball tournament, will see their first action against the winner of the Bentonvillf-Eureka Springs game on Thursday, February 28, at 3:4,5 p.m. The tournament is being held .it the new gymnasium at Harrison. Opening date for play in the meet is Tuesday, February 28, when,two games arc carded. Wednesday will complete first round competition and Thursday will be devoted to quarter-firials. .Semi-final games are on tap Friday night with the finals -to be Held Saturday, March 1. The pairings and times: Upper Brteket Bwryville vs. Alma., Wed., 9H5 p.m Green Forest vs. Huntsvilie, Tues., 7:30 p.m. Rogers vs. Mt. Home, Wed., «:45 p.m. Van Buran, bye. Lower Bteekei Fayetteville, bye. Bentonville vs. Eureka Springs, Tues., 8:45 p.m. Siloam Springs vs. Harrison, Wed., * p.m. Sprlngdale, bye. Quarter-Final* Berryville-Alma vs. Green For- «t-Huntsville. Thurs., 7:30. Rogers-Mi. Home vs. Van Buren, Thurs., 1:30 p.m. Fayetteville vs. Bentonville- Eureka Springs, Thurs., 2:45. Siloam Springs - Harrison vs. Springdale, Thun.,-7:45. Scmi-Flnals Top bracket at 7130 Friday; lower bracket at 8:45 Friday. Springfield Giboney, f 5 Roelnffz, f : 0 Ranehl, f 1 Starnes, c 2 Pressley, c 0 Rodgcrs, g.. 10 Oameron, g- 1 White, g 1--' Fisher, g 1 Totals 21 FayilleTllli McConnell, f 5 Crudup, f 0 Trammel!, f 1 Williams, f 0 I'rumhn- c n ··-nvsr.,1. C 0 Parker, R 7 lavncs, g 8 ·Had, g 2 .Totals .._· 23 FG FT PF TP 22 Finali Saturday, March 1, at 8 p.m. Elkins Trips Greenland To Tie For Title The Elkins Elks moved into a season's end tie with Prairie Grove for the Washington County Conference basketball title last night. .The F.Iks wound up their season by plastering a 12-43 defeat on Greenland. Prairie Grove earlier in the week haJ, finished its season by downing West Fork. Atha led the Elks to their win with 24 points, but was injured late in the game. Curley, with 1J, topped Greenland. Atha hurt his hand after being fouled while attempting- a shot under the basket. It is not known how long the injury will sideline him. * A playoff, possibly next week, was in prospect for the conference. The by-laws call for a playoff on a neutral court in the case of ties. The decision wil be made' between the schools involved. Prairie Grove and Elkins each defeated the other to account for the' only loop losses suffered by either team. Bentonville Baseball Star Signs Contract With Cards By BOB FE/WMAN * · Benlonville-(Special)-lt's a long j u m p from the amateur Arkansas- Missouri Ozark League into professional baseball--one which few local "pride and joy's" ever make. But the golden arm of pro-ball has plucked two men from the Bentonville Merchants squad here in the last two years. The latest to sign is Brock Rowley, 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rowley of this city. Brock, who played shortstop for the Merchants the last two seasons, signed with the St. Louis Cardinals last fall as a bonus rookie. He will leave for spring traininc in about two weeks. BROCK IM« ky Ptarman) ROWLEY Texas Open Delayed By Heavy Rain San Antonio, Texas-Par-wrsck- ing is expected .to diminish somewhat today as the $10,000 Texas Open moves into its second round. Rain, which caused postponement of play yesterday, should bring higher scores. The 6.400-yard course Brackenridge Park Course may come closer 1o matching its par figures. Golfers on the winter tour, say it actually was a 68 or 69 par the way it was before the rain, instead of 71. Lew Worsnam of Oakmont, Pa., will lead a field of more than 160 into the cutting down round. The 60 low professionals and ties plus (lie 10 low amateur* will play the final 36 holes tomorrow. Worsham shot an ei^ht-under-par 63 in thp ooeiiing round Thursday. He led Walter Romans of Baltimore, Md.. by a stroke. A heavy rain came yesterday after 53 players had gone off the tee in the second round. It flooded the greens and brought postponement of pliy. Thus there will be two rounds tomorrow instead of *sMba)l Scores ' -i Vale SO Ptnn Sluts 72 Rhode Island «6 . a \ y . .i 1 ^ts fid nwi 13 Oklahnms City 43 ' Ulnc 5fl Northenstern 54 'onnectlctit 6S New Hampshire 81 ·Ice 62 Baylor ,34 'ex«s Tech 84 Arizona 57 rk»ns»s Collcse M Htndrix 50 ·yomln» M Utah 57 CLA 72 Stanford M ·It-hum Ymmi 69 Utah State 8T Komli 65 Southern Cillftrnia ·J . nn B7 Oreson State 44 I -'nrton 70 M»hn (14 Seo'rnian IB Final* Colombo, Ceylon - (yp)-Frsnk SedRman, Australia^and Tony Mnt- tram, England, advanced to the final round of thc Asian championships. Scdginan downed Poland's \Vladislaw Skonecki and Mottram, debated Kumitcru N«k«no, Japan. Fix Case Trial Set ""· New York-(/P)-Dlstrlcl Attorney Frank Hosan'i office announced that former University of Kentucky basketball stars Dale Barnstable, Alex Groz« and Ralph Beard, charged with conspiracy and bribery for shavlnir polnls, will |o on trial February 28. NajUr Beat* Los Angeles-Mo-Earl Naylor, former major leafi:er, defeated Gfrry Prlddy nf Detroit In a playoff to win the Grand Championship In tht annual Southern Call- fornlt Biilbill Play«rs' Golf Tour- rllmint. BOWL FOR HEALTH Jim Rmlnn Howllnt Unoi. Eugene Stevens, first baseman for the Merchants two years ago, made a name for himself playing Class D ball In North Carolina last season. He is now in spring training with the Boston Red Sox in Sarasota, Florida. Rowley got his big chance at the Cardinal tryouts in Fayetteville last fall. Fred I lawn, the Redbird scout, took a liking to the way the 180-pound, 6-1 lad functioned and sent him to Houston for a week's workout with the Houston club. There the powers that be watched the Bentonville hoy perform and at the end nf the workout he was signed with a bonus. He is assigned to Goldsboro, N. C., but is not bound with that team should the St. Louis managers decide to elevate or shift him. At 18 Brock is a junior in tlie University of Arkansas College of Engineering where he is majoring in civil engineering. Draft board and playoffs permitting he plans to resume his studies next fall. Like so many others Brock learned his ABC's.about baseball when he played American Legion ball in his early teens. At 13 he pitched for the Legion team in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Then the family moved to Tulsa where he pitched and played shortstop with two different Legion lea'ms for three seasons before coming to Benlon- ville. He lettered as a freshman playing third base for Northeastern State College at Tanlequah, Okla., and was thereby made ineligible for a berth on the Razorback squad last spring. A versatile athlete, hi lettered in basketball three years at Keystone High School in the Tulsa Little Seven Conference. With both Rowley and Stevens in the lineup the Merch,,nts were a power in the Ozark League in 1950. The Merchants are managed by Hugh "Tater" Blac!., Benlon- Americo's Olympic Chomp Defending Champs On Hand For AAU Track, Field Meet New York-(/l')-Elevcn of last year's 12 individual winners and I the victors in all three relays return to Madison Square Garden tonight in quest of new laurels in | the 64th National AAU indoor track and field meet. The New 'York A. C., winner of j the team title in 17 of the last 20 years, is favored to regain the lop rung which the winged foot athletes yielded unexpectedly to New York's Pioneer Club last year. And for the firsi time this season t:-.c interest yill not necessarily be in thr mile r u n -- a n event in hich Don Gehrmann nnd Frt'd Wilt have battled all season with ; Gehrmann winning five of their six clashes. Both will be present tonight, but Gehrmann has entered the 1,000-ynrri race) in which he'll need all of his finishing kick to ijeal such fast finishers as defending champion Roscne Browne nnd Reggie Pearman of the Pioneer Club. Ray Wheiler of Villanova and Tyson Cramer of Maryland. The pole vault will feature the nation's 'three 15-footcrs -- The Hcv. Robert Richards, Don \ja. and Don Cooper. They'll sll have Iheir sights on Cornelius Warm- crdam's record mark of 15 feet 3 7 /s inches. Andrea Mead Lnwrence of Rutland, VI., shown durln* a practcic run, is winner of the Women's Giant Slnloin Ski Race at the opening competition of the 1952 Winter Olympics In OMo, Norway. i Trout's 66 Tops Field In Baseball Golf Tournament Miami, Fla.-()P)-Dl7.zy Trout's darling 6fi was thc talk of thc town today as the baseball players opened the match play stage of their annual golf champion- shins. Trout's ficn.satlonHl four-undor- par round yesterday on thu flat fi,3IO-yard layout of the Minnil Springs Country Club was believed thc best ever shot In thn baseball competition. The veteran Detroit Tiwer o i f c h - nr, breaking 70 for the first time in his life, was over par onlv 0111:0 on Ihe 17th as he turned in five birdies. Trout is paired with Judge W. J. W. Monahan, listed as a former Boston Brave, in tomorrow's opening 18-holc round. If he wins he'll meet the winner of the match between Jimmy Dykes, manager of Ihe Philadelphia A's and Coach Uick Bartell of the Detroit Tigers. Bartell had a 74 and Dykes an 80 In the trial run. Graham Seeks Return Match With Gavilan Hew York - (IP) - Welterweight contender Billy Graham .of New York and International Boxing Club officials wil meet today lo discuss an important bout for the clever New Yorker. Graham hones matchmaker Al Wcill intends to talk turkcv about another title crack at Welterweight Champion Kid Gavilsn. j The 29-year-old veteran of 10!) nro fights punched out a unanimous decision over 20-year-old ·Mmmy Herrina of New York in ! nn Sqi.'arr Garden last nif:ht | and he wants his 110th start to be Slate Pro Golfers Make Arrangements To Incorporate Little Rock-(/!')-Arkans!is professional Golfers have completed arrangements for incorporation of m organization they formed at El Dorado last year. The group met here last night lo map plans for sponsoring the 1952 Arkansas Open Tournament and to raise funds for the organization, thc Arkansas Pro Golferi, Inc. Andy Cunlrl; nf I.IMle Hock Is president of the corporallon. Ho- gnn Rountrce of El Dorado is vice president of thc corporation. Hogan Hounlree of El Dorado.is vice president and Don Murphy of Texarkana, secretary-treasurer. The Arkansas open will be held here July 30-August 1. ISPORTS 4ORTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMES. Foyattfvllli, ArknitM*. Saturday, February 16,1952 DON'T EXPECT TO Wl N, BUT .... Ul On Way To Best Showing In European Winter Olympk Games '.)i.lo-(/l')-Thc United Suites Is |giant slalom, thc first final even- well mi the way lo Its best show- i KlUv |j n (i 0 |ph o i c |t e d up flff ins In a winter Olympic games In l p ] a c e , n t h g jnm( . .,,,, , nd th Europe. U. S. had 12 points. The America; A f t e r the first three f l n n l events Iu.. () _ mim bobsled beat all but th in this 11)52 wmlii- tporU carni/al, worl( | champion Germans to tak -the sixth a n d largest ever slanecl ! rm ,,,,| p i ncc ln thc ,,,,,,,·, gian -the U. S. It runmiiK at almost s ,,.,|,, m ,,, 8ivt , , he B a th(! hal twice thc pacu set at St. Mnril?. In That the ycnr the Arncri- po-nt bu'fie it holds over Austrit fiut when It comes down to ih . final slruuiinfis, the host Norwe cam nave Sweden mid Swit/.cr- U j ,,,, Hrt npl tn be at the top o land ,1 close nice nnd finished ! n,,, |, pnn third In thc u n o f f i c i a l gtumliiiK*. Thc U. S. tupped Ihe sttindlnfis ;il l.nki? Plncid, N. V., In 1932 bit! because of thc depression i Erirksen, blond and hand in the traditional Nordi outclassed the field to wh thc ginnt slalom nntl he will b MnnSTu.'d,TM 11111 ' 1 " d ' d ""' ""'"irin'-t »··»· «"·"« '"« i«P «« .,, , ",. , ,, ''-fillers In today's downhill. All slandniKs tlcn hie with Ihe -., ., ., , ., , .. Olympics are u n o f f i c i a l because ,, 1 , hc Nor(lic s k '"« ***-·* Ihe hi,,!, brass t h a t runs the show £ 5ta " rnc ", a " d thc """': c ? m doesn't rccognlM m.ylhinfi except Wnallon-will be a per, ona l feu, Indh'ldun' winners. 'Golns Into loday's events--the finals ol Ihe 500 melcr speed sknl- Ing', where - t h e . United-.. Slates should gain sume poinU, und t h e men's d o w n h i l l skiing, where 11 probably won't--the Americans: had 1714 points, n h a l f a point! More Ihim A u s t r i a , and V/j polnls I more than «l the came stage in ' I08. -· . I Andrea Mead Lnivrcncc sent the. Americans off lo a flying u l a r l Thursday by winning Ihe Women's between Sweden, Norway »nd Fin land nnd In jumping the Norwe plans easily could place all fou nf their entries In th* first ft plnccs ORNAMENTAL IRON WORM CAOLI HILklHB ··. WroUKhl or Cut Iron Riililnir «nd Column! Wrounht Iron Furnlturt A n y t h i n g Tor The Homff Fron Ettlmitw ~ *^im 1411 TM Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS CITY HOSMTAl. Pham 1200 · GAS. Phon* 21*0 ACCOUNTING--·ODIUM ·U*INf*f COUKM! ' CITY WATER PLANT. Fh.n« 721 LIOHT AND POW«. Phent 2200. MUTUAL IMMMMC FIRE. Phone 75 POLICE. 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'-nn- trnverslal 15-round decision in a title reran wit'i CJ:n' : lan in the Garden, on August 2!) Since -then G r a h a m has kept busy with f'v? fights, drawing Tulki I nmr . ar , ri w i n n i n g four. His record It ,15-7-7, and he has never been kayoed. February Sports Card Feb. 1»--Bulldnii vi Will Roger*, it Root Gym. «t 8 p. m. Feb. 19--Razorhatks VR. Baylor, here, tt I p. m. Feb. tt--Arkansai Froih vi. Okmulice A. and M., at Okmul- *ee. Ffh.-tl-M--Dlntrlct One Went Junior Boj» R»«kethall Tournament, at Rogers. Feb. XI--rlulMoii vs. Springdale, mtre, at I p. m, Feb. K--Arnanxaii Fronh vi. ?*rt l.e*nard llwMt, at Wayne*- vllle, Mo. Fen. ! -- Raiorharku vi. S.M.U.^at Dallai. Feb.* II -- Raiorbarka v*. T.C.U., at Furl Worth. Feb. to. Spring f*»thall practice itarla it Unlvmlty. Feb. 2S-Mar. I -- D i s t r i c t One-West Clues B Boys Basketball Toi'rnnmenl, at Greenland, Feb. M-Marrh I--Trkrtrfet One Clan A fUikrtUll TMraMMDt, it HarrtiM. Feb. 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