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Lewis Pushes Porkers Past Texas In Season Finale, 45-44 Beats Steers Try- For Score With ·Seconds Left Proves Costiy For Visitors . Tryon Lewis, with one shot, did i lot to take the sling but ol his team's last place- finish in the Southv est Conference Saturday night. The shot, from 40-ieet out, found the basket after the 1 season's final buzzer had sounded and it gave Arkansas a '15-44 victory over the Texas Longhorns. The name was played at tin 1 Arkansas Field SPORTS X lORIHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Foyatteville, Arkontm,. Monday, March 3, 1952 Tryen Lewis Lewis, who had been one of the biggi-r disappointments on a disappointing PorUer team, turned in his greatest, game as a Haznrback. Kis offensive work, which netted 10 points to top both teams, didn't get warmed up until the sorond half, but his defensive work and all-around play was top-ngtch throughout. He scoied 15 points in the second half. The game, last of the year for both teams, was a close one all the way.'Texas led by two points at the end of the first and second quarters and the score was tied at 36-36 ril.the end o£ the third period. ; The Loiighorns, un a rebound by Gib Ford, grabbed ;t 44-43 lead with a minute and 40 seconds remaining. The Hogs lost i\\c ball and Tc::as went into a stall t h a t appeared to h a v e the game won. "With three seconds left in the game Texas took the ball out-of- bounds following a lot 1 ., and attempted to score. Don Klein, f center, took the pass fror.i J u i Dowies under his bas':ei and it up. The hall rimmed the 1". and came out. Lewis grabbed the ball and fired as h j cresset! the center line. The buzzer sounded just as the ball left his hands. It swished through Tor a Porlcer win. The victory left Arkansas in a tie for sixth place with Rice. The box scorer Texas FO FT I'F T!' DowieSj f 4 Ford, f __. 3 Minor, f 0 i'rice, f 0 Mor;an, f 0 Klein, c 6 Powell, c 0 Scaling, ; II Viramontes, s 9 Black, g . 1 Totals 17 Arkansas Lambert, f 3 Smith, f 1 Adams, f 0 Kcarns, c 2 . Elkins, c J 1 Basely, g 0 Lewis, f* 0 Totals IB Prairie Grove Trips Gentry For B Title Prairie Grove topped Gentry, 50-5B, in the finnls of the District One-West Class B tournament at Greenland Saturday'night. The victory earned for Prairie Grove a spot in the slate tournament at Prescott. " Jack Curtsigner scored 21 points for the winners. Gentry had ranked as a slight favorite. Prairie Grove is paired asainst Hartford in its first game of the state meet, 8:15 p. m., Wednesday. The Class B pairings: Saratoga vs. Jerusalem, 7 p. hi. Wednesday. Prairie Grove vs. Hartford, 8:15 p. m. Wednesday. Salem vs. Barton, 9:30 Wednesday. I Dyess vs. Dumas, 10 a. m. Thursday. . Jessieville vs. Cord-Charlotte, 11:15 a. m. Thursday. Coal Hill vs. Greenway, 2:30 p. m. Thursday. Waldo vs. New Edinburg, 3:45 p. m. Thursday. Valley Springs vs. Cherry Valley 7 p. m. Thursday. Marlenc Bauer Scores First Victory As Pro Sarasota, Fla. - (/P) - Eighteen- year-nld Marlene Bauer won .$350 nnrt set a new woman's record of 71 when she w«n her first professional golf tourney, -the Sarasota Open, yesterday. Miss Bauer, playing her home course at the Sarasota Bay Country Club, scored' 35-36, eight under women's parqpd one under men's par. Tampa's Babe Zaharias, Louise Suggs of Carrolton, Ga., Betsy Ttawls of San Antonio, Texas, and Betty Busli of Hammond, Ind., tied for second place with 73's and I won $156.25 each. i * ' i Farmingkm Players Honor Guests At Dinner Eleven members of the senior i boys basketball squad of Farmington will be honor guests tonight at a dinner at Heinie's Steak House. The dinner is being given as a community project in appreciation for the team this season. Athletic Director John H. Barnhill of the University will speak. Advertise In thr TIMES--I. payi. ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS CACLE WELDING CO. Wrouuht or Cast Iron 'Railing find Columns WrouBht Iron' Furniture Anything For The Horn* Free Estimates ' FORT 1MITH PIt«l» 9SM. .. 1411 Towton Brawn Wlni Gaii Brown of Sprinedale captured Ihe trophy awarded the winner of the annual .15-came Singles Tourney, plus a SM.On first prize, with » total of 3.124 Din:;. Hit c'ose-t i-nritender M-a* Jon Larry Starr. Fayetteville High School student with 3,092 pins. Milan Creighton's first week 3.077 held up for third place in this annual event. O f h e r hnwlers participating and claiming prize money In tnh two week affair were: 4th--Floyd Hargrave of Fayetle- villc . . . . . 3.073 5th -Pal Fallla--U. of A. . . 3.046 Slh-.BIll Graue--Fayetteville . 3,048 7th--G. n. Hale--Fayelteviile 3.038 8th--Flub- Rlckelt--Fayelleville 2.993" 9lh--G. I!. I.udwlck--Fayette- ville 2.967 I 10th-'. w. Dcckstond--Fayettc- I vine 2.959 IKh--T. v. Crudtip--Fayetteville z.fl-'* 12th--Lee Scott--Rogers 2.950 U. S. Deficit Mof Be Less Than Predicted ». , Wnshintiton-f/T't-Sorr e top government experts ootin',islically predict the federal deficit this year will lie about two billion dollars less than $3,200,00.1.000 President Truman estimated in his annual budKCl. me."saj!c in January. til THE END OF THE EARTH O'Brien Gets 1,030 Points This Season Seattlc-(/P)-Johnny O'Brien the first collegian In the history of basketball to score 1,000 points in a single season, is only 5 feet 9 inches tall but "he ain't no little man." One of the fubulous Harlem Globe Trotters offered this classic description of O'Brien after he had.staked up 43'points in pac- I ing Seattle University to an 841 83 decision over the Trots. Last night, he bucketed 24 pttnts to boost his. total of the season--and the national record --to 1030 points as his team beat Portland |Unlverslly 75-69 Nary Ties Boll Burke For Lead At Baton Rouge Baton Rouge, La.-(yP)-A rail inch separated Bill Nary from t h R SlO.Onn Baton Rouge Open Golf Tournament title yesterday. A good puff of wind in the right direction and it would have been his. But a 40-foot putt attempt from a parking lot near the 1fUh hole clung tenaciously to the lip of the cup and sent the tourney into a three-way tie. Nary, a 36-year-old A 1 b u- qucrque, N. M., pro; Jack Burke Jr. of Houston, and Tommy Bolt, who plays nut of Durham, N. C., will meet in an 18-hole tie playoff today. Each had 281 for 72 holes. The handsome, carefree Nnry, lost among the. pack in early 1 rounds, shot a blazing fi-under-par f 66 in yesterday's fourth round to i move up from f i f t h position. Boll i was 1 over par and Burke 1 under ! In approaching the 18th, Nary | overshot thn green and the hall bounced into the parking lot. Without even being able to the green, he casually stroked the ball with his putter,in the general direction of the flag. It bobbed over rough ground, rolled duwi gentle slope and stopped half an inch from the cup. Nary wasn't aware of his phenomenal shot until he walked onto the green. Chamber Of Commerce Would "Slarve" Reds W a s h ineton-WPj-The U. S. Chamber of. Commerce says the best way to k i l l ' the iCurr.muhist party in this country is to ''starve" it to death financially and cut off its sources of power. This could be done by^ refusing Communists jobs in virtually all branches of industry, ami choking off prestige, power and high salaries hy freezing them out of the entertainment, newspaper, radio and similar fields, said s report prepared by the Chamber's Committee -on Communism, released yesterday. Bentonville Can Burger was reclcc'.cd chairman of ihe Benton Couniy Fair board at a special Council rr.eel- in;; Frlrby. A r ' h u r Smith was elected treasurer and Bruce Wll- liarr-s, .secretary. ViCL 1 presidents chosen to serve oTM the board for Ihe urrent year are Earl Harris of Rogers, Orville Austin of Maysville, S. L. Kclllngcr of the Logan community, Fred Myers or Siloam Springs nnd Eva Patterson of Pea Ridge. Thes-fl officsrs w i l l serve on the board together w i t h Albert Anderson, grounds s:;porinlendent, J. S. True, Claylon Little, S i d Chastain, Breck 13'ircin, Virgil Wilier, Mrs. Dana Reynolds, liadus Rice, Wallace Stone, Mr::. A. M. Sherill, and Uon Walker. Rogers Upsets Fayetteville in A Finals A raiifij Guy named Cable w i t h ' a. jumping, twlstin;: one-handed shot that found Ihe mark 1C times was too much for tho Faycltevlllc Bulldogs Saturday night at Harrison in the District One Class A finals. Cable netted a total of 33 points to lead his Ropers team- maler to the 5(M3 victory. The Mountaineers leu the entire game, allowing Fayettevilk 1 to tie the score briefly in the last quarter. The RulldoEjs were a l i t - tle flat following their narrow overtime victory over Harrison the night before, hut connected on Hi of 40 shots'over the fieid, which is about llieir average. Cable, n (1-3 'center, wag the whole show, however, l i e put (in the pressure In the f i n a l eight minutes, sioring. 10 poii.ts in t h a t period o^ play to over-bnlance a frantic Fayelteviile ' rally that brotfghi , the score even ' in. the opening minute of the last juar- ter. Muss McConneli; w i t h 15 points, led thi Bulldogs. The a«x Score: Fayel(cvi!!e FG FT.PF IT Bulldogs Open Play In State Cage Tourney Against Lavaca Day vs. Niwpnrt. U p.. f. Wednesday. ; .PonesboiM vs. Turkmn.'m, 2:- i 3|, p.m. Thurjiliiy. Mont;!Cli« vs. BjWIll, 4, p.m.' .Thursday. j Tcx.'irknn.i vs. Wlnrtts Kay- j cttcville-Uivncfl, 7:30-p.m. Thurs-; day. Sheridan vs. North Little Rock, I) 'p.ni. Thursdny. I Prairie Grove f Mrs. Leivi* Morion ,MKI children, who s;irrH two WPO'S v/llf; Her siMci, Mrs. Ksirs ni'tfii of Law- Inn. Olcln., havo returner! |o the homo u/ Mis. Morton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D^ph^Hfllrn The Men's Brotherhood of the McthnrilNt Ch'jrch held a chili Bup- pcr ;il the Erincatfcn.il Building Wednesday ni^nl. vVo/non of' t h e ch'in'b Her. eel. After a business *f^!on the members hoard a talk l»y th» iicv, Arnold Simpson,, pas-- tor of Wl.iglns Memorial Church. of Fayettrvilic- M . . and Mrs. I,. D Slmrson have fiovrvi i.t thpir Me 1 . 1 / home at St. f.oui.f, Mr*. Simpson has been a nurre fit the KUzabeth Hospital · for se'.eail yefcrs, tlM in tbn TIMKS-- It* oiyi » l l ' J , V I .1, 1111.- I J I M . 1 H . l \J1H~ U ]I1* nor, took its place In the top bracket, w i t h a first round bye | HIH! a second round game n g a l n s t ; Greenwood, Inspr to Lnvnen in i the District Four finnls, Rogers I and Greenwood play at 4 p. m. | Wednesday. 1 Tito Bulldogs, IKS they are s i t - j u.'ilod in the toiir.nnment, l i a v e ! u loufjh row In hoe n i l the way. j They arc one of four tennis t h a l j Crudup, f 2 McConncl!, f 5 Tramrno)!, f 0 Trumbo, c ,,,,., 3 Barnes, 5 Parker, g 0 Head, g 0 Totals 16 Borers * · Hcwgley T., f 2 Wolfe, f. 1 Grace, f ___ (I Cfcble, c ._ 16 Blocmfield, g _.._3 Hewpley. J., g 1 Totals 23 BUTTON'WINS AGAIN Paris-(/P)-Diek Button. Enclc- wood. N. J., won his fifth straight wnrld figure skating championship. An outstanding Flavor--Jungo's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-ti In the TlMKS--It nays. gLimes this season. , I f Fayetteville jjets past La- avca It faces Texarknnn, n lenm ranked (is a title favorite. Then the winner of Uinl name would play the w i n n e r of the North Little Jtock ( B i g Six w i n n e r ) and Shcrtd.'in t i l t . .Should the 'JJogs semi-fin tils jipaihst, in all probability, .lonosboro. Tho Bulldogs and Lava CM arc slalcd tn meet in tho second n»mc of Ihe tournament, scheduled for 2:30 p. in.. Wednesday. Pa j rings for the stole tourney, ; gumcs will be played: 1'Jmcrson vs. C l i n t o n , I p.m. 'edncjsday. Lavaca vs. Fayrltrville, 2:30 p. p.m. Wednesday. Now you can get CURB SERVICE A t M A Y O ' S G R I L L Highway 71 North From 3 P. M. to Midnight Specializing In Steaks, Chicken, Seafoods MR. AND MRS. PAUL YOHK, OWNEHS-MANAGEHS The Siloam Sprinss pi lice force has installed a lwn-v;ay radio In thei: patrol car. 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