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Ben ton vil I e, Green Forest Win In District One Tournament ith TRAINING CAMP BRIEFS Presko, Boyer Appear Recovered From Last Yean Shoulder Ills (By The Associated I'ress) St. Petersburg, Fla.-(/P|-Eddie SUiiky, the St. Louis Cardinals' ·manager, got some good news from tne .teah- physician. Pitchers Joe Presko aiK' Cloyd Boyer show no 'ill effejts from shoulder injuries received l a s t season. Both hurlers shov/ed promise of bolstering the Cards' pitching staff last season before being benched with injuries. Phoenix, Arlz.-^-idapaser Leu 'Duruci-er of the New York Giants is expecting greal things from p.lcher Jim Ilearn ilv.s season. "Jim may surprise you and become the greatest pitchei on this team," Durocher said today. St. Petersburg, Fla.-W,-N c w York Yankee question . marks, pi:chei Vic Raschi and outfielder Mickej Mantle, have started light workouts. Mantle ran a bit yesterday and rjjt some pressure on the leg he iujurec. in the second game of the World Series. He felt no ill effects. Raschi. wno had a cartiiege removed from his knee, threw exceptionally hard and also felt no pain. Lakeland, Fla.-W)-One of the key men in the Detroit Tigers' 1B5L plans picked his key number loJay-.inr donned a uniform with a big 21 on the back. Pitcher; Art Houlteman decided on t h a t number--passing over others he has worn in several sea- sin's service with the T.jers--be- cause it was the one given him when he broke into (he American League with Detroit in 1945. "I feel like I'm in all over again," explained the right- handei, who had won 18 games in 1950 and was much misted last season while he was in the Army. Clevclalld-W)-Roberki Gonzales Avlla, the club's leading hitter and b-si stealer, was the only im- j.-rtant absentee today as the Cleveland Indians went into their icconci day of spring training. The peppery 26-year-old second baseman hasn't signed his 1952 contract, but is reported driving here from his home in Vera Cruz ·i.d is expected to arrive tomor- r, w. Tampa, Fla. -df\ -Cincinnati's J)-ds expect great things from Frank Hi'ller, former Chicago Cub hurlor. , i- - . - .. The off-season rest apparently has curbed an ailing back and F-ank nov is one of the hardest vorkers in camp. El Centra, Callf.-Wl-Fleelfont- c ' Jim Bushy, the Chicago While Sex base-stealing outfielder who wnund up Ihe 1951 season exhausted, will have a new timetable in 1952. Manager Paul Richards said he plant to play Busby about three ·weeks it » time and give him four ,i five days rest in between. Orlando, Fla.-(/P)-Third base- on.n Eddie Yosl is due in the Washington Senators' camp today after ending his salary holdout for a icported $20,000, the club's highest. Ex-Cats Plead Guilts- New York-W)-Three former University of Kentucky basketball players--Alex Groza, Ralph Beard and Dale Barnslable -- pleaded guilty to conspiracy to shave points in 1949 National Invitation Tournament game. · Sievers Sidelined By Shoulder St. Louis-(^P)-Roy Sievers. St. Louis Browns' oulfieldci, is ex- pejted to be out of action 3t least t half of the season because of a ·ecurrhig- shoulder injury. Ingram Slugs Out Pair Of Victories In Golden Gloves Chicago-Wj-S o n n y Ingnv.n, North Little Rod:, Ark., middle- weigh:, slugged out a double victory last night in the Golden Oloves Western Tournament of Champions here. Ingram, one of the sharpest fighters on the midsouth team from Memphis, whipped William Ayers, Nnshnlle, Tenn., in his-first bout. II? squeezed out a narrow decision over William Winston, Sioux City, Iowa in the second. Ingram was the only survivor out of four midsouth fighters call-. sc. in last night. j j aui Griffith, Memphis welterweight, lost his first fight, losing IP Morris Moss of Dayton, Ohio, by decision. State Tournament rickets On Safe "Reserved" tickets for night sessions ol the State Class A Basketball Tournament are now on sale at the University Field House ticket office. Orders may be placed by mail through t h a t , o f f i c e with the price per ticket set at S1.50. Under the arrangement made by the University the "reserved" seats arc situated in the center of the stands and will be held for the ticket holder only until the opening tipoff of the evening's session. Persons who have these tickets and arrive late will be admitted, but" have no assurance of getting their seat in the special section. This provision was derided upon, Athletic Director John Barnhill announced, in order thai as many people as possible have the opportunity of getting into the games. General admission tickets are a dollar each - w i t h special prices arranged for students. The tournament opens Wednesday afternoon, March 5. Southern State Wins Way Into AIC Playoff For Berth In NAIB Magnolia, Ark.-(/P)-When t h e first four finishers of the Arkansas Inter-Collegiate Conference line up here March 3-4 for the stnle iomr.amrnt to choose Arkansas' representative to the little ccllege's big tourney, Southern State w i l l be on hand. The Magnolia Muleriders clinched a spot i n v t h e state playoff last night hy shellacking; Arkansas A. and M. 82-64. Forward Bob Keck netted 22 points to lead Southern to the vic- *ory H had to have. Had the Aggies won, they would have gained fourth place in the AIC. race and . tournoy spot. Forward Bob Miller paced the A and M. crew in its final bid for a top spo! with 25 points. A slate tournament is held to choose Arkansas' delegate lo the National Association of Intercollegiate Basketball NAIL 1 compe- t.tion in Kansas City. Teams competing t h i - year will be channMon Arkansas Tech, Arkansas State Teachers, Arkansas JVate ana Southern. PT. ~IK)GM THAN EVER VALUE, STIll ONLY.. .441 4,1 «. MIGHT lOUIION WHIS«Y, M KOOf. THt StAOO OUT, CO., lUNtfOKT, KY. AUTOGRAPH COLLECTOR - By Alan Mover TlQCFS JH EflSY Win Over Eureka Springs, 61-45 »-- HAMPY. too* foft 0O/A/G GETS ·TOUGH, fle'u rep up W/Ttf PEfJ Many Familiar Faces Absent From Baseball New York-(/P)-Baseball's spring Iralning camps will nol look quite* the same when they officially open Saturday--missing be some of the game's brightcsl stars. Familiar faces who will not be on hand when Ihe Kong sounds Hoppe To Test Lady Japanese Billiard Shark San Franclsco-(/IV\Vilhc Hoppe, the near-perpetual world billiard champion, lasl night got his first look at the first woman who ever dared challenge his crown. He Ilksd what he saw. M.isako Katsura, 39-year-old Japanese sensation, earned broad smiles a n d - a p p l a u s e from IIoppc as she quickly clicked 110 points straight rail and some dozen ex- nelurie Joe DiMaggio. Charley Iremely d i f f i c u l t three-cushion bil- Keller, Tommy Henrich and Ted Williams. DiMaggio, Keller and Henrich, the great New York Yankee outfield of. the early 1940s all have retired.' DiMaggio hung up his glove at the end of last season. Keller drew his unconditional release from Detroit and Henrich resigned as a Yankee coach. Williams, recalled by the Marine Corps, hasn't decided whether to play with the Boston Red Sox until he reports for duty. Also missing from the Red Sox camp is Bobby Doerr. The great second Msema-i called It's career during 1951. There's a star missing at the Brooklyn Dodger camp at Vero Beach, ITla. Don Newcombe. crack righthander, reported for Army duty yesterday. Rex Barney, potential Dodger star, will not be seen at the Brooklyn camp either. Wild man Barney will attempt a comeback with Brooklyn's St. Paul club. Service calls also will probably limit the activities of Gerry Coleman of the Yanks and Lloyd Merriman of Cincinnati. Both have been recalled by the Marines bul expect tn play as long as possible. Veteran outfielder Sam Chapman's name will not appear in an exhibition game. General Manager Hank Greenberg of Ihe Clev« land Indians reluclanlly placed j hy Chapman on the voluntary retired list yesterday. Grccnberg failed lo lalk Chapman out of retiring. A recurring shoulder injury has halted St. Louis Brownie outfielder Roy Sievers' bid for a comeback. Siever?. Rookie of the Year in 1949, will be lost to the club for half the season. Hard shots. "She has a b e a u t i f u l stroke and can make fine shots with xlthei hand," said the 64-year-old Hoppe who's oeen \yinning championships sinre 'ISOIi.' "I look forward to pl-iying against her." Dale of their meeting in the world Ihvee cushion k u r n a m c n t here has not been set. Ho|i|« open? Thursday night, Marrh 0, against Herb l l a r d t , Chicago bank clerk Carroll County Five Appears Strong In Trimming Huntsville The tempo is due tn pick up in action tonight in the District One Class A Basketball Tournament nt Harrison. Three games--one of major Importance--are on the cord. NIT Field To Be Completed By Tomorrow New York-(/P)-Thc selection committee for the N a t i o n a l I n v i t a - tion Basketball Tournament opening in Madison Square Garden .March 8 lias promised to announce Ihe five remaining teams by tomorrow. But your guess as to who they'll be probably just us good as that of the committee. It's t h a t tough to select woithy teams which are still not committed to the National Collegiate Tournament. Already named for the NIT Lasl night a potent dark-horse lnurnilmc , u ,,,.,, S1 . ll0lllSi wh | ch «|KO will play In the NCAA postseason championship as the Missouri Valley Conference winner, Dayton, Scion Hall, St. John's of Brooklyn, Holy Cross, St. Bona- vcnture nnd Duquesnc. That Is as f i n e nn array of has- ISPORTS m IOR1HWE5T ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayeltevllle, Arkamat, , Wednniday, February 27, 1952 made an appearance in the top bracket and -Bentonville had an easy time in t r i m m i n g Eureka Springs in the bottom bracket, 17-45. Green Forest, a l i g h t l y regarded q u i n t e t outside its i m m e d i a t e area, gained a well-paced victory over lltmtsville, 50-45, and Impressed most observers. The Carrol County team on its showing in the opening game, is nmv regarded as about nn even bet tn reach the semi-finals against Van Buren or Rogers. Coached by G.-iyle K a i m d a r t , n former College of the Oznrks star, now In his second year at the school, Green Forest has come up with a sharp-shooting and excellent, ball-handling team. The two guards, Grim and Monger, at about 5-iO each, are rated on H par with Fayelteville's mighty mites, and Winkle, who serves as the post man, is a good big boy and a fine.rcbounder. The Green Forest team led Huntsvillu all the way, holding a 26-21 h n l f l l m c edge and a 41:n lead at the c-nd of three quarters. The Eagles cut that margin to two points midway in the last quarter, but Grcnn Forest proved it had the stuff in the clutch and pulled away. Henlonville, with Rising scoring 19 and Dotson 10, took the lead nt the outset and controlled its game with Eureka Springs all the way in Insl night's second game, On lap tonight arc three fairly important games. The first tilt mutches Rogers nnd Mountain Home, at 6:45. The w i n n e r moves opposite Van Buren, the tourney's second-seeded team, which drew a first bye. The second contest pits Siloam Springs against host- tciim Harrison nt fi o'clock. Berry- v l l l p and Alma tangle in the last game, slated for 9:15. The Siloam Springs-Harrison 'game is expected to attract a big crowd and the winner is almost sure lo reach the semi-finals in the Bottom-' '"bracket. Harrison holds a victory over the Panthers in a regular .season game. T h e Fnyettevillc B u l l d o g s , tournament favorites, fee first action tomorrow afternoon at 2:45, playing rientnnville. The winner .iiss Kasura plays, Irving Crane | Rains the semi-finnls. of Bir.Rhamton, N. Y., seicr times national pocket billiards king, the fo.lowing nisht. . Plaj continues through March ·1'i with 10 players 'meeting in a round robin tourney. Cochran introduced Miss Kill- sura at a press party as "better th;n Jahe SchaeffT, Sr.. at straight rail; belter t h a n Edotiard HI. remans of Belgium at masse s'-ols.' 1 She's the first wornar, ever admitted lo a world tourney. Ruhe To Try Second Time At Oaklown The box scores: Green Forest Winkle, f Keller, f Hayes, c Dunlap, c Grim, g Monger, g FG I- r PI- TP Totals __________ 20 10 14 50 llunuvllle Holly, f ___________ 2 I n n m a n , f ________ 1 Patrick, f ________ 7 Berry, c ........ . 9 Garrell, g ________ 2 Edmisten, g ______ 0 Totals 21 Itentonville Dotson, f Roughton, f Knight, t Hot Springs, Ark.-M')-Ruhe, | winner of the 1951 Arkansas Der- j White, f .. hut a badly beaten contender Rising, c .. Scores fly TAc AMirtnlfrl I'n-tt Penn 67 Notre Dame fi6 Vlllanov'a 57 Siena 4!) St. Bonavenlnre 62 Niagara 51 Columbia 63 Yale 62 Harvard 54 Boston Univ 4B Duke 58 Davidson 50 North Caiolina State 05 Wake Forest 51 Texas 54 nice 4fl ' · Mississippi 73 Mississippi State 61 Texas A and M 46 Oklahoma City 42 New Mexico A and M 57 Arizona State Tcmpc 44 Texas Tech 72 Hardln-Simmnns 58 Hcndrlx 43 Hcmtorcnn 42 Southern State 82 Arkansas A and M 64 Idaho 68 Oregon 60. Fiqhts Last Niqht ·y nt 4llt^l«l^i f'rMf Los Angeles--Keeny Teran, 11», I^is Angeles, stopped Hugh Rllty, 117, Scotlund, «. Pittsburgh--Ulti Subolln, 177, Wurrcn, Ohio, outpointed Sk««ts St.rkey, 161, Pittsburgh, 8. Whlt« Plulns, N. y.-Phll Mo- rlzlo, 134, New York, »nd nichli Orump, 134, New York, drew, 8, Newark, N.'J,--Blackjack Billy in the I n a u g u r a l Handicap here Kumpe, ; Monday, will try again today for Brown, g .. his first win of the season at Oak- Caldwcll, g lawn Park. Kicketts, g The ace .sprinter from the slable of Mrs. Emil Denmark will run in Ihe featured $2.000 New York Press Allowance Pnrsr I Kurcka Spring. Ruhe. who finished third in the [|||, on f j 11)51 K e n t u c k y Derby, w i l l carry i ya i( ' f "_ Q 113 pounds--A 7-pound a d v a n t a g e j ^r,,^ f """"""" n over Henry Forrest's Fine Art. | || arr j 5 ' c ~~_~~_~~ B FO FT PF TP Knox, E 2 Totals 30 Fine Art. R u h e and Mrs. H a t t l e j ncynol'ds, ~ g ~ ~ I " ~ ~ i " "" ""'" " '"'"'' """"' ' o 2 0 1 2 Toffol's Owens Cuts, an Irish Bred j ·|-j rc y i Runner. 3re expected to share the Tj re ' v ' R K favorite's role. [ Walker, g Others entered in Ihe race in- j Dnvidsnn, p elude Hopeful Sam, Gloriette, j H u f f m a n , g Marlet Tin, Oarrymark, Charing | Giants' Backstop Hopes To Have His Best Year In '52 Phoenix, Ari7..-f/V)-Husky Wcs major lejtfiui record and wasn't far o f ( l l i a l r lasl l kelball talent as you'll f i n d anywhere. Among them they have lost only li) games. Five of the defeats were suffered by St. Lnuis, one of the two learns to dofo;il top-ranked Kentucky. The other was MfrinesntR. A list of teams likely to be considered includes: LaSalie, 18-5; Western Kentucky, 23--1; Kew York University, lfl-5; DePatil of Chicago, 1B-7; Villnnova. lfl-7; Sienna, 18-6; St. Josephs Phila., 19-fi; Lawrence Tech, 23-2, and Seattle, 27-2. Gentry, Elkins, Farmingfon Win In B Tournament Three more teams advanced Into the second round of the District One-West Tournament ns a result of Ramos played lasl night. The tourney is being held nt Greenland. Moving Into the quarter-final brackets were Elkins, with « 51-40 win ovei Lincoln 1 , Gentry, w i t h an F11-3R mnrgln over Winslow; and ('"armlnglnn, hy a 41-30 edge over Sulphur Springs. Already In the q u a r t e r - f i n a l s as *. result nf Monday night's lilts were. Prairie Orove, Decalur and W e s t ' F o r k . Tonight's games f i n - ish up first round nnd crnck open the quarter-finals when : Decatur and Prairie Grove tangle In a lop brickct game at 0 o'clock. Olhor games t o n i g h t : Tea Midge vi. Mulberry, at U:30; Greenland vs. Gravetle, nl 7:45. Tourney favorite Gentry ripped through Ihe Winslow team last night with a displny o scorin.l llial i tended throughout (he team. Klirtnn was high w i t h only If) points. Gentry meets Elkins in a major game tomorrow night at I!::i0. Elkins, also had It fairly ensy In moving up, and Atha, whose hand was hurt a few weeks ago at the Greenland Gym, appeared to be almost recovered. An outstanding flavor--Junge'i Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-ti February Sports Card l-Vtj. ZO-.tlarrli 1-- District One Clajn A Baskflball Tournament, at Harrison, I WcKtrum. already described by h i s : manager as the best defensive: catcher ill baseball today figures I he'll have his best season of n i l in 1952. Westrum lasl year was the iron man of the New York Gi.-ml dub ' t h a t c a p t u m l tin: N a t i o n a l l.raguc p e n n a n t . Despite hand injuries he j wa. 1 ; an overyilay w o r k m a n and I a l t h o u g h b u t t i n g .220 he whacked i out 20 lioiiHt rutiF, Including four grand slammer.*, and drove in 71 runs. His work in h a n d l i n g Hie C i l a n t pitchers has alr.n d r a w n plaudits. The htirlers- l i k e his steady receiving. The fact pitchers like Jim Hcarn nnd Sal Mnglii! linve had llielr best |,Itching years w i t h Wrs- trum catching proves he knows his business. But ho. doesn't brl'.cyc hs has his job clinched. '-I'm going to keep battling," he siiyn. "You can't , ... .-,-.let up a m i n u t e or somebody will I ^VW""'' '\ ::":::~.~~~:* be t a k i n g your place. I'm raring :',Wn-»' r.m station --.41 Bowling Dlckton fttrtet ··Juj" Wheeler* Drlvt-In torrid I r t n the lend mwklnf * clenn twcep 0- cr HfJb-Nf)l Unuorg. O. K, Tixi irStTimert rjpLuxw Caf«, 4-0. while yr«i* Kino Slati'in dHfented O. W. Shirley ""Id Son .1-1. \Vheelcr'» Drive- tn hart ht|h te»m S nf*fl. Pint . . 000 »snln. thli tlrnt by 1 plnj nnil F. W. Duxton of O. K. T««l . . hi h ulnilli! will! 221 · LCRCUI tt«ntfln|[i "Jus" Whcpler'n Drive-In IpurlcfK ~ plni took to go and hope this can be rny best year." A l t h o u g h reporting nhniil 10 pounds ovcrwcighl lit 108, Westrum says lie's In good physical shape and w i l l drop Iho excess poundage easily. Woslrum look over the regular L'ceiving job when big Walker Cooper was trnderi by the Giants d u r i n g the 1'HH season. In 1950 he had only one error for n new G. W. Shlv'cy And Son 38 Arloniiit Wtiltrn On The Front Bnrnrrn bent the High Hrolleri 2-1. The other match found III? Itlun Flimei defeating th« U T. U."« 2-1, The Blue Flamei cap- lurrtl tpjim honor* with 756-2,176. whOa Smllhnwn of Ih.t learn rolled Individual irrlei of W.. Brown el lh« F-nnt nurneri look high Unite with HI |ln«. LoARUe Blending* F ont rjurneri ...-- .-...II 11 B'iw Flmnrl i If If I) T. U.'l IS 1J ICnli nrnllrrn " » mellow and just right · AlUCDlCC* WttTIKM I...BI. tout*, M* What More Could Anyone Ask? Light-and I.uckey Pete. Mai's Boy, w i t h Howard Cralgh up. took nn early lead nnd led all the way to win the n-fiirlong. ?!,-i Jriick Stolen Here 1$ 700 feature yesterday. Third choice in the betting, he returned $13.00 for a SZ win tickcl and wns timed in l:l. r .2 over a heavy track. Mr. Ncallc was second and Swap Out was third. Bin Newc' In Army Newark, N. J,-(/?)-Don Ncw- comhc. Brooklyn Dodgers' 20- ganic winner of 1051, v/as inducted into the Army here today. Black, 171, Philadelphia, out- pointed .lack Holt, 169, New York, 8. Sacramento, Calif. -- Fabela Chtivtz, 130, U» Anxelc:, out- polntec' Chlco Rota, 128, Honolulu, 10. London--Bobby Dawson, 157, N«w Yorl', itopp«d Ronn Pudney, tR, Croydon, 8. MfMtlM In lh« TIMEH--I Totals 20 5 Recovered In Kansas A t r u c k stolen in Fayeltevllle Sunday night was recovered yesterday nt Independence, Kan., where It had been abandoned a f ter r u n n i n g out of gas, Sheriff Bruce Crlder said today. The 1052 model pickup, owned hy Doyle Brown of West Fork, was stolen early Sunday night from p a r k i n g place on East Mountain Street. When recovered the t,parc tire and wheel wcrf missing. ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS CAOLI WILBINO CO. Wrouiht nr Cut Iron Rnlllnc And Column! Wrouiht Iron Furnllurt Anything For Tht Horn* Tree R«tlm»1f R f»»T flMITH ·4 III! Tl GUARANTIED SATISFACTION! Uio new, improved Phllllpi 66 Heavy Duty Premium Motor Oil for ten days-- or up to I,OOO milei. If it doesn't latlsfy you on every counf go to any Phillips 66 Dealer, and he'll arrange for a refill Ming any available oil you want of our expense. V«, we ytaranttt this grcif new motor oil will siiljfy you. We citt is liecaiiM it hl (lit qujlily you wine and n«d. 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