In Battle Fayclleville's Bulldogs, with record of 15 wins and two defeat;, play their final game of the reg - ular season tonight, meelih Sprinsdale' High School at Roo Gym in an B.o'clock game. A pre liminary contest will match th Fayetteville and Sprinsdale B teams, at 6:30. Fayetteville High School ring down the curtain tonight on on ol its most successful regular sea "sons in many years. Â· Only Lilli Academy, of Kansas City, in th Springfield, Mo., "Tournament o Champions," and Fort. Smith, o the. Grizzlies' home floor,, man aged to take the measure of th 'Dogs. And while they were losing twice - the-- Bulldogs . registered louble victories-over..Tillsa's Wil Rogers and - Central, both fine teams, and Springfield, Mb. In addition the Fayetteville team if unbeaten in district competition. Fayetleville .can expect keel competition froni Springdale'. Bulldogs t o n i g h t . Springdale coach Earl .Voss has. .attended nearly a-dozen Fayetteville games this season and can. be counter on to try a few new offensive and defensive tricks in his effort to nd Regular Season Springdale m upset the 'Dogs. Springdale will not hold a height advantage over Fayetteville, one of the few times this season that the 'Dogs have beer in tills situation. The Bulldogs of Coach Voss do have a fine center in Dwain Newman, who has had an occasional "hot" night, and who can rebound well. Dewe Johnson and Ed Berry are, along with Newman, about the height of Fayetteville's 'tallest players. Paul Shaffer and Jimmy Roberts, a pair of short .guards, are slightly shorter than'Fayetteville's guard, Ray Barnes and Billy Parker. Both teams are expected to be at top strength for the game. Springdale has a record of six wins and 11 losses this season, but will be prepared to give the best account of themselves possible in meeting Fayetleville. After tonight's ganie both teams start preparations for the District One Class A tournament at Harrison. Both Springdale and Fayetteville drew opening round byes in the. district meet and both see first action on Thursday. Fayetteville plays the winner of a Bentonvjlle-E u r e k a Springs game Thursday at 2:45 p. m. Springdale takes on the winner of a Harrison-Slloam Springs game at 8:45. The winners of these two games meet in the semi-finals . . . and it is just possible that Fayetteville and Springdale will play once again this year following tonight's game. Basketball Scores By The Aftioctnlctt t'nst St. John's Bkn 76, Cincinnati.84 Manhahttan 74, New York University 66 (overtime). Holy Cross 65, Dartmouth 53. Siena 55, Niagara 47. Kentucky 75, Vanderbilt 45. Duke 87, Wake Forest 62. Georgetown DC 71, Maryland 61. Virginia 74, Virginia Tech 59. , Loyola Chi 74, Marquette 55. Beioit 53, Creighton 51. Utah Slate B2, Denver 63. Santa Clara 66, S,-n Jose State S5 Fights Last Niqht By The Anuctared Prcn New York--Charley Williams, 151, Newark, N. J.,- outpointed Phil Burton, 143, St. Louis, 8. Vancouver, B. C.--Eddie Cotton, 171, Seattle, knocked out Bobby Wise, 170, San Francisco, 4. . Favorites Advance Orlando, Fla.-f/Pj-Favorites Sam Snead a n d B e t t y M a c K i n n o i eliminated Mrs. Joseph Miller and Bcrnic Powers 6 and 5 in the International mixed Two-Ball Tour- n ment. Â·. IBS Sues Major Leagues For 12 Million Dollars Network Claims It Has Been "Frozen" Out Of Ball Parks Chicajo-(;P)-Basebairs broadcast- difficulties were further entangled today ai . the result -of a 12 million dollar suit by a big radio network against 13 major league clubs, their league presidents and commissioner. The Â· Liberty Broadcasting System filed the suit ^yesterday in U.S. District, Court here. Liberty charged violation of the Sherman and Clayton Anti-Trust Laws and a "continuing, conspiracy to monopolize nd restrain competition in broadcast!' g and recreating play-by-play. accounts of professional baseball games." The- suit said the Liberty network had been frozen out of the major league ball parks Â«1- .hough it had offered more money than other bidders for broadcast rights. As a result, the suit said, [ 'berty has had to cancel plans 'or its Game-of-the-Day broadcasts for 1952 and has lost four lillion dollars. It asked triple damages. Ocfendants are Warren C. Clles and Will Harrldge, respective Â»residents of the National and American Leajues. Commissioner Ford Frick, and all major league .ms except the Brooklyn .Dodgers, Cincinnati Rede and Chicago White So.-i. The Dodgers, Reds' and White Sox were omitted for "legal" rea- ons, said Qordon McLendon, Â·oung presiden' of LBS, at a news onferencc in New York. Albert Happy Chandler former ja.seball t v.r..issioner, and George "Yautman, president of the Na- ional Association of Mino 'cams, were charged a: onspirators." No date has been set for the earing. Barber, Stewirt Fire 68'$ To Lead In Houston Open Houston, Texas-(fj-Two unknowns paced the ?10,000 Houtton Open Golf Tournament today but tht "big namtt" on the play-'or- pay circuit were In (good position to take the lead. Jerry Barber of Pasadena, Calif., and Earl" Stewart Jr., of Dallas shot identical 34-34--68s yesterday over the wind and rain swept Memorial Park Course to take a (lender lead. Right behind-at 69 were JacH Burke, Texaj Open champion, Ivan Ganti, Eldvood, Ind., and Start Home, Montreal. v Bracketed at 70 were* veterans Ed Oliver, Lemont, 111., Fred Haas Jr., New Orleans, and Johnny Re- volte, Evanston, iil. Springdale ''Sandy" Tripp o? Springdale left Thursday for a vacation in St. Petersburg, Fla. He will return next week. - ' Mr?. Kenneth Walker of 1011 West Huntsville Street entered the City Hospital Thursday night. She was to undergo surgery Friday morning, J. W. Anderson, a representative of .thÂ« Welch Grape Juice Company, lei; Friday nijit. for his home in Westfield, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Cook and daughters, Linda and Jean Anne, of Han Street were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Looney of Lowell. Button Wins Olympic Figure Skating Title Tht story concerning an illeged "fix" on Arkansas' (taint with Kentucky beck in 1950 brbkt a couplt of nights-ago about tht time that Arkansas wit engaged in a losing effort with the Baylor Bean, The proximity of then two events suggests tht plot (or a tremendous abort story, It teems to us. Someone may have thought up this idÂ«i before, but at leait we've nevir Â«een it. Of courie tht following will havt to be expanded tome before submitting far magazine publication, and a six angle might be thrown in to Appeal to the average reader. But otherwlie it ihmilrl dp for anyone with enough time to get it whipped into shape for mailing. Any of the sports pulp? would make a good market, we feel lure, and with that in mind we'present the following: A TERRIBLE FIX TO BE IN (Oreuneled *n the Sandbar *f Retribution) Saul Kenlvar--short, swarthy varsity squads were taking their and inipp^sive--swirled in his g r e : n lizard-upholstered and swiveled ottoman. .The smoke from his custom-made pantclla rose I pungent spirals to the ceiling where it condensed and dripped back to the desk. Seated in front of the desk behind which - Kenivftr pivoted.^on silent bearings 'sat three members of the Keiilvnr syndicate--the most notorious and nefarious gambling organization in the U.S. The three men stealthily watched Kenivar behind upraised cont collars knowing by long association with his actions that he was thinking. Â· Finally .ho paunchy but heavily muscled gambler landed his three-place ottoman and cast a baleful glance at .his men. "It won't be easy, but I've decided to put ,the fix on the Loyal-Frank Ernest game this weekend. Loyal warmup shots Loyal in its uinfonns of true blue and Frank Ernest in its sultt of black and white. In the audlenor, on opposite sides of the arena sat two men. each flanked by three overcoated hoods. One, Kenlvar. The other, Noolan. On the court Fred Frethro, ace of the Loyal sqund, fired a long one-handed set shot. The ball swished through the net. Quickly two of his males surrounded him, whispering: "Whadeeyadoin? Cut that out. You make two points in the game and we're liable to beat that cummy Frank Ac Ernesi team." Frethro glanced af the floor. "Sorry fellows. It was an accident.'' : And as the multitude oftwildly cheering sports fans filed in and look their seats the two teams completed their warmups. went to their dressing rooms for latt minute Instructions from their coaches Oslo-Wj-Germany's daring An- Hreas OMler won an Olympic double today by capturing the our-man bobsled championship i with two daullng dn.'.V' down the ' Â·now cevered 1,500 meter Frog: nttieteren Uute. ., The husky, nerveless 32-year- , old Garmlich innkeeper followed up his (wo fine rum of yesterday . with a jalr of glittering descents thai brought victory over Sim Benham'i American team. Winner of the two-mnn gold medal earli .T In tho games, Ostler iha'tlered the meet record with a , breath Inking third whirl n[ I 1:10.55 at-d went on to beat the American! by 1.65 reconds. Tht Germans, who picked the three htfivlest men on their eight man squad to load up Ostler's sleek racer, were clocked In a to- la! ot 5:07.83 for the four runs. Renham, a 39-year 'old Olympic veteran from LÂ»ke Placid, was uiucoi n a u i c line wccntjiiu, j^ujai -- : t ;Â·--" is favored by . . ." Kenivar lean- I Â» nd l f p P, ea . rc t ""/!!" ?" '!,* Â° r ed forward and de.H a paper off | *Â«?, ^erSer,' 0 "' Ihe bottom of a stack and examined it. "Loyal Is favored by six ' Then the game commenced: On the tlpoff the Loyal center "co- Keep up witA the time the 1VMES dillj State, Aggies In Fight For Fourth Position In Alt Little Rock-W)-Fourth place in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference basketball race--and a state tournament berth--can be decided by any one of three games between now and end of the sear son next Tuesday. Arkansas State of Jonesboro and Arkansas A. and M. of Monticello are fighting for the fourth spot and a position in the state tourney to select Arkansas' representative to the National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball Inurnament In Kansas City. The fjrst four finishers in the AIC compete for the NAIB spot. Arkansas Tech,-the champion, Arkansas State Teachers and Southern Slate already have Glen E Johes, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jones of Highway 68 East has enlisted in the Air Force and will receive basic training at Sheppard Field Air Fore** Base, Texas. His wife, the fo.'mer Loretta Letsch, will continue her work with Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in Fayetteville for the present time. D. D. Deaver attended a Sales meeting in Oklahoma City. He was accompanied by Keith Hammond. "Dad's Night" planned by the Washington School Parent Teacher Association to have been held this month, has been postponed until some time in March because of illness. The date will be announced later. . Marine Pvt. William D. Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L .Graham of 120 West Huntsvillc Street, is In training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot at San Diego, Calif. Upon completion of his eight weel boot camp he will bÂ» granted a 10-day furlough. He will then bi assigned to Â» Marine post or station for duty or to a Marine schoo for advanced training. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walsh and son, Paul, Jr., arrived home this week from "New York. Mr. Walsh points on this week's sheet. That's fell and sprained his ankle. The too small a spread to shave 1 fig- Frank Ernest captain immedl- ure, so we'll slip 'em a brace of atcly called for a lime out. On the Gees to throw the game and put *Â»/ to the bcllch "Â«Â«Â·? Hopshot, - F 'Â· En captain, whispered to his sprain an ankle The center whispered back: "I'll try." When the time out was over the F E center got up, tripped over a wet towel and sprained his ankle. Then the game was under way. Loyal gained first possession when an alert F E forward the pot on Frank * Ernest to win." . f_ The three heavies nodded their heads gently so as not to unsnap their brims. Kenivar ran his jpatulate fingers over his steel- blue chin. The silence In the room was heavy. Outside a robin chirped" in the sunlight.' Faraway -at txjyal the cage stars were unaware that a Bonanza was on the way with three :toods carrying a bonanza. And up on Fifth Avenue, in the D.A.'s office, Pat O'Houlahan, an am! ible Armenian detective, peeked at his hole.card, unaware that crime was having a baby. attended a school the Esso clinched spots in the state playoff. State can wrap up the tournament position by winning its only remaining game against State Teachers. And even if State loses, A. and M. must win both of its :wo %:nainirig games. The Aggies jlsy Hendrix Saturday night and Sou'hern State Tuesday night. Talhert In Seiril-Finalt New York-WVBIIly Talbert advanced to the semi-final rotn.d of the National Indoor Tennis Cham- lionshlps, beating Nils Hohlsion of Sweden, 8-3, 8-3, 6-3. Standard Oil training center a Elizabeth, N. J., and Mrs. Walsh and son visited Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Walsh. Sr., of Somerville, N. J. GEORGE KELL J=. SAYS: CtiUt Blades hit komt run trtry timt! "After a toufh bill' ianw. nothlnt pm riM uÂ» 11M Â· eMa shower and a fresh, clean, smooth Â·have with a Otildt' (Utor Blade. I twitched to Chlldf httauM Childs' RlaÂ« ,' C0!l '***Â· "' ( ive "Â· Â· moother Ihtvi. ChlMi' lladti hit a horn* run for imnothtr ahavct tvcrr tint*!" Sit how Chilis' Blidtt ilvi YOU i swcttir sfem . HONED Â«mm IN OIL TUTID GUARANTEE: Full satiifa^on Â« Â« or double your mormy back. I UC ' J. B. O'Dell, son of Mrs. Nora O'Doll of Springdale, received a medical discharge from the armed service after he suffered a broken vertebra (.1 the 'Wonsan landings in Korea. His brother was to also receive' a discharge from Camp LeJune, N. C., after service fh Europe with the Marine Corps for Ihe past 'five months. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark are spending the week in Little Rock attending the Arkansas retail hardware convention at the La J fay'ette Hotel. Clark IE a member of the stsie board of the organi- sation, which met Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clark will spend the weekend in Hussellville as gucsls of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hamilton. Two cars were damaged in 9 collision Thursday afternoon at (he intersection of Ilolcomb ind Meadow streets. Mrs. Gordon Downum, driver of one ot the machines, and Clarence Rlackburn, driver of the other, escaped injury Mrs. Downum's small child ,su"ffeifed bruises. Police invtstl- sated. See The NEW FR1GIDAIRE FRIGIDAIRE Before You Buy ervce 17-19 N. BLOCK B. F. GOODRICH In a dingy basement grill In another city, No-Nose Noolan, reformed bookie and new vice czar of the southeastern section of the Middlewest, sat "munching on a beef kidney that had popped up in his Irish stew. Around the Rravy-stalncd table were gathered three of Nolan's trusted confederates, equipped with grey confederate hats. Noolan shifted the kidney to his cfceek and spoke: "I been think- un. Why don't we fix a basketball gamo?" "Swell iden," commented one. "What'll we fix it with?" "A couple of Cres oughts do it for the game 1 got in mind. Anybody gotta Cee?" A short, swarthy fellow reached in his coat and pulled out some papers Something; dropped to the table, hitting a dish and smashing it. "Guess : got thtm dice loaded a little heavy," hi remarked fingering a flock of bills. "Ah. here's a couple," he said, handing $200 to Noolan. "Swell," Noolan gloated. "We'll give this to Frank Ernest to play worse than usual and Loyal U., that's who they' play Saturday. Ml win by 20 points. Loyal's only favored by six. Behind the men at the table an qbsese bartender wearily wiped a sodden rag across Ihe shiny surface of. the bar. Outside little children played in the street. Above a couple made love. The world spun; unknown men changed 'he lives of unknown men. stuck his fool In the center circle on the jump. F E zoomed to a 3-0 lead kt the end of the first period due to some phenomenal pliy by a substitute named Bobby Bunnyshot. who looked as if he was headed for a.-big night until he tripped over a teammate's foot and was injured as another teammate fell on him. However anxiety by the Loyal rooters was soon alleviated as the Â·Loyal coach sent in the Loyal.sec- ond team which played Its heart out in a ding-dong, nip-and-tuck second quarter to lead 30-3. In the second half the Ixjya! starters replaced the second team and the F At E second team took over for Its regulars. With the Loyal players helping with the rebounding F E managed to tie the score at 30-30. at the end of the third quarter. At that juncture the Loyal coach put his second team in to oppose the F E reserves and the fix looked -as if It was fixed. However the F k E captain had an idea. He jumped Xip and yelled at the referee, "I thought you was dead Jesse James." The referee responded by awarding Loyal a'teechnlcal foul. The Loyal caplain and Ills cohorts repeated Ibis process until F E caught on and then there were players on each bench hurling blasphemies In the direction of the officials. Finally they were all ejected. In the closing minutes of the game all the reserves on both sides fouled out, the last two men leaving the game by way of a rioublc-fould called by referee Hanson. Since the score was tied at the time, the game was ruled no contest. None of the newspapers covering the game noted anything unusual about the game at the time, but later on -- whan It was disclosed lha't the game had been fixed -- the Mammoth Stone Gazette recalled that iu account of ,,. : the game had commented nn the The colorful crowd thronged I fact that both teams looked into the vast arena at Loyal Uni- "lousy." Thai, 4he Mammoth Slone timed In 1:16.7! and 1:18.54 for h total time of 5:10.48. The Americans were seeking io retain the title won in 1941 by Frank Tyler's quartet. America's No. . sled which nnr- "owly escaped cracking up In two ula'. apt yesterday finished ninth 1 'n the field of 15 with times of ':IMI and 1:21.0!) for a total of ':!9.M. Swiss sleds annexed third ind fourth places while Austria -rnbbecl f i f t h . a n d Sweden sixth, tdte Up A Little By plckine up five point 1 ; In the Â·Â·vertt, th^ Americans edged up a Mttle on the pace setting Norwegians i.i the tÂ»am standings. Uncle Sam now has 78^ points com- nared t.i the host country's 101. Third nln"! Austria Kalned two | 'rolrits for a total of 5B. 1 The bobsled was one of the 'wo flnnls on today's Olympic pro- tram. The. other Is the pairs flg- ire ikatlng in which tne United . States nust ngsln contend with the Germans for ton honors. 'PÂ«ul and Rla Falk of Germany tre the current world champions 'nd they will find Ihelr main op- -osltlon in Karol am' Peter Kcn- edy of Seattle. Wnsh.. whom they Â·;nl for the world title in Milan, 'aly. last year by a fraction of. a lolnt. Tha Kennedy kids Won the 'vorld championship In London in '050. They were sixth In the IMS llymplcs. lutten Wins Again The United States picked up 17 'oints yesterday In men's figure ikatlng. the only final ev'ent dc. -Hded. Daring Dick Button of En- "lewood, N. J., won It, which rarne as a surprise to no one. He 'Â·ad a wide edge over the Euro- Â»ean champion, Helmut Selbt of \ustrla, who finished second, and Hmmy Grogan of C o l o r a d o Springs, Colo., who was third. Hayes Jenkins of Akron, Onto, rompleted the American contln- lent with r fourth place rating., Button has been without an equal In this event evÂ«r since he won hla fln.t Olympic title in 1848. The only Olympic title hope that those who competed against _hlm last night can hold Is that Button will retire. Sixteen of the 22 event* on the program have been decided. Still to come are the 10 kilometer ski race for women and the 40 kilometer skj relay, both Saturday; the special ski jumping on Sun- flty; tuday bobsleds and figure skating; and the hockey tournament, which ends Sunday night. Sweden and Canada, the two rÂ«- milnlng unbeaten teams, clash K0rtrmÂ»8i JWRBOW *Â»Â»Â· SPORTS IORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fay.tteville, ArkaiMC, Â· Friday, February JJ, 1932 Boudreau Feels Bosox Will Be Among Contenders In AL Siir.isnln, Fl!i.-(/P)-AHhoilgh the Boslon Red Sox have lest Bobby: Dnerr and ore almost certain to r lose Ted Wllllnms, Manager Lou Doudronu predicts his team will i be B strong pennant contender, i "Cleveland, New York, Boston I and Chicago will fight it out for the flog." said the new skipper. "There is little to choose among them; in my opinion. Chicago was the most improved club in our league ln.il year nml is going to Bet belter. As a matter of fnct, 1 think that everyone Is eolnij to net belter, particularly the Browns. Thnt Bill Vceck Is H smnrt one and Rogers Hornsby Is no d u m - i my." How Houdrcmi figures the Hed Sox to bo belter when Ihc Red Sox fnllccl to win the f l n g with such stars n.i Williams mid Docrr on the squad last year. Is difficult to understand. But the man Is optimistic, at least outwardly. "My miiln problem if to find replacements nl second bnse and in the outfield," LOU pointed out. "Wllllnms nnd Doerr were two of the steadiest and most reliable men over " t h e year.'. Of course, the Yankees hnvc lost Joe Dl- miigKin and Jerry Colcman, who like Ted, is going into the service again. "Our infield situation c.in be solved by moving Johnny Peaky over from third biisc to second, Vern Step'Â«is will be at short, of course. Young Jimmy Hnlflcid. also will gel ;i chnnce nt second. If he can mnko the grade, then Pesky can stay at third. Goodman Can Fill In "We have Don i.enhnrdt for left field when Ted leaven and possibly Billy Goodman, if he Isn't needed In the Infield. With Dom Dlmagglo and Clyde Voilmer, we should hnve a pretty good- outfield -- although It goes without Baying- lhal we'll miss the big fellow. "Our catching should be im-1 provwl with Ous Nlnrhos behind the but. He's a peppery, aggressive catcher with lots of life nnd I think he'll hit the bull for us. We obtained him from the White Sox' and we nlso got Mnndy Gumpert from that club. Gumpert Is a sea-1 ironed pitcher who has good stuff! and shouk' win for us. : ,. i "We can use additional/reserve strength, of course. That's part of the roiiKon for our rookie school. We definitely nrc trying to develop more young players. You see. we arc not just looking for 1952, we arc planning for the future. Our club is getting old and ' we. must concentrate on replace-1 inents. I hope some of these up- and-coming kids will prove, good enough to stick this year. "I'm not going to stick my rttcli out and try to pick a winner at this early stage. An injury here 01 there, another star called u p ! t o service, and the picture can change . overnight. It's partible that thi teams will be leveled off mor4 : equally this year and this will make the 1952 ponrinnt race bettei. balanced than any in a long, lon| Lime. "I'm going to do what I can to install n winning spirit from thi stnrt and If wo can avoid key inr -Â· juries the Red Sox will be In thi race. You cnn count on that." BOWL FOR HEALTH . Jim Benton Bowling L*nÂ«. Ad A4*crtlH IB taw TIMES--II o ORNAMENTAL IflON WORM Â·ABLI WlkBIM M. Wrouaht or Cait iron Raliirijl and Column! Wrought Iron Furniture Anythlni tor tut Horn* TrtÂ« Eitimatet r**r taimt M 1411 4 F a m o u s H E A R I N G A I D F e a t u r e s ONLY ZINITH Â·IVIf YOU All THISIt * iMfaihro PUMAPHONI * MMrv* tottery twtNk * 4-fÂ«Â»rHÂ«n Tfn* C*ntrÂ«l * in the hockey tournament tonight. Sweden handed the United Stales ts first loss last night, 4-2 while Canada coasted past Swltterland, 11-2, Â·Â» MWtr.lt l.fn C.K ' 10-DAV MTUIN HIVlUM DIXIE RADIO *?* DICKSOM mom itu Â·ATTUHI Â»O1 *U *IH . : versily of Ihe South. A preliminary publication contended, amounted ochenley game was finished and the two I to a cute perception. As a conclusion (he fellow t h a t writes this thing' would probably want to work in a happy ending. We !Â«] that Kenlver should go Io ail and thai the crooked ball players should have their scholarships uspcndert. Noolan, nf course, should be allowed Io slip back fo Kansas City. A possibility would be Io introduce "Kenivar's c l e a n - l i v i n g - a n d Upright son, who takes whal is left of his father's fortune, srtlu ll qually between the Loyal U., and Frank Ernest educational endowment-funds, jnd then marries No-Nose's legitimate daughter Tht fadeout could show the happy couple Just after their first hlld. Grandfather Noolan would be visiting them and Ihey would sk him Io fix the baby's diapers. Noolan would say: "But I ain't ever fixed anything like that before." tenlonvllle Beals Pea Ridge, 51-27 Hentonvlllc-(Speclal)-Wilh re- erves playing most of the con- csl Ihe Bentonvllle Tigers rolled over Pea nidge I1-J7 here last night. . ; Bentonvlllt coach J, D. Y a r - 1 br6u|h started lour sophomores i and Edward White, a senior. Mel- i vln Rliln 'vai high man for t h e ! Tigers with 11 A itronl Pea. Rldg* Junior high Ulm but th* Bentonvllle juniors' 95-11. The Bengals lÂ«it regularly schtrlulea gtnr. is with 3lloÂ«m ' Springs nn the home court Mom lÂ»y night. M eutitindlng nivor--Junge'a, Roman Meal Bread. 11-IB-tf I February Sports Card Feb. II-t3-- District One West Junior llora lUskethall Teurna- ment, at Rogers. Feb. It--Bullden vs. Sprlig- dale, here, at I Â», m, FeÂ». it--Arkansas Fratk n Fort l^vnard WÂ»4, M War*M- vllle, Me. Fen. It - KutfbMki n. A.M.U., at Dallas. 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