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'Dogs Work Hard Preporing For First State Tourney Tilt fsyeltevie .. ···} Against Lavaca 'Five Games On Tomorrow's Card At Field House .The Fayctteville Bulldogs went j Porker GriddersDivided For Red-White Game Spring foolball will share the* spotlighl wilh .Ihe stale basketball tournament Saturday. The first of two Red-White practice games is on lap for fhe Porker gridders Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in Razorback Stadium. The finals in the state cage tourney are scheduled lor thai night al 8 o'clock in Ihe Razorback Field House. The : Arkansas foolball team, ,.,... ,,,, , s , _, enjoying Ihe best break inweath- Ihrough one of Iheir sliffesl drills I er " n?s na d in many springs, since early season yesterday as I ' ot * yeslerday off due lo rain Coach " Glenn Slokenberry at-" " J ~ ~ ' J ' ' tempted to remedy some of. the " shortcomings that cropped up in ' We'-District One Class A Tournament at Harrison. Taking special attention in the i. drills were' rebounding and de, fensive work, the lalter including ' . a pressing defense and work on stopping' a fast break. Coach Stokenbcrry admitted he was .7J more than, a little disappointed in ; '.the ' 'Dogs defcnseive showing against both Harrison and Rogers. Lei For Lambert and cold, but was still well along on its schedule of 18 days of drills to be completed in a 25- day. period as prescribed by conference rule. Coach Otis Douglas and his LARRY HEAD . . . May Start And Larry Head, a junior, · working into, a first string berth during the drills, replacing Kenny Crudup, who has been bothered by an car infection. Coach Stoken- bcrry said that he was hoping Head could take over the position adequately leaving Crudup for short spot appearances when he could deliver his best without tiring out loo rapidly. The Bulldogs were scheduled for another good workout this afternoon in preparation for theii opening round battle with Lavaca. winner of the District Four title. The FayctTevillc-Layaca game is slated for 2:30 tomorrow after noon. Coach Stokenberry said ihis morning lhat he did not feel the University's Field House court would offer any problems for his team. "The members of the team are familiar with the Field House," ho said, "and while they, have not competed on it the floor should present no great problems." The Bulldogs face a rough schedule if they are Jn remain-in the running for the state championship. To begin with they, are one of only four teams that have opening round games, and would need five wins to capture the crown. Their first round opponent, Lavaca, is a lough o u t f i t with 22 wins and four losses for the season. And Lavaca has a tall man, center Don White, who is fi-3 and a better than 200-point scorer for the season. Tall men have Riven the 'Dogs much of their trouble this year. If Fayetteville gets past Lavaca they must play Te.xarkana, a title favorite wilh one of the state's ' outstanding teams and an extraordinary tail man 'in Clint Otwcll, a 6-4 center being bonmcd us the best in his section of the state. And if Fayettevillu can survive this game it would probably play North Little Rock in the quarterfinals. And North Liltle Rock has the Big Six's leading scorer in big John Fortcnberry, a 6-4 lad. Tomorrow's schedule of games, there are five: 1. Emerson (W 7E vs. Clinton (W 5), 1 p.m. Wednesday. 2. Fayetteville (RU 1) vs. Lavaca iW-4), 2:30, Wed. 3. Rogers ( W - l ) vs.' Greenwood (HU 41, 4, Wed. 4. Pine Bluff (RU Big 6) vs. Forrest City tW 6), 7:30, Wed. 5. Bay (RU 3) vs. Newport (W 2), 0, Wed. coaching . staff took the layoff yesterday as an opportunity to divide the squad into a pair of teams^for the Red-White fracas Saturday. An attempl was made lo divide the latent evenly, and Douglas indicated thai if Ihe Same Saturday is fairly close the two loams will remain intact for the game in Little Rock the following ' week. A rash of Injuries that cropped up with the rugged work lhat greeted th* candidates for the team in early sessions, has subsided and few are expected to miss Saturday's play. The members of the two teams: Red Team Ends: Jerry Bogard of Slult- garl,- Edsel Nix of Hope, Joe Ed McRae of Hoi'Springs, Pal Perrj of Magnolia, Tom Broadway Newport, J. W. Loudermilk Stigler, Okla. Tackles: Tom Garlinglon of Dorado, Charles Faulkinberry of Bossier City, La., Bill Boyd o Blylheville, Floyd Johnson of Bruno, Buster Graves of Memphis, Hershel Jones of Tichnor Bill Duncan of Little Rock. Guards: Herbie Marshall of Charleston, Mo., Bob Linebarrier if Camden, Jim Kolb of Clarksville, Kincaid, Sammy Dumas of El Dorado, Ed Spencer of ,Hol Springs, Harold Cox of Wynne. Cenlers: George Moranz of Ambrldge, Pu., John Benson of Ada, Okla. Quarterbacks: Lamar McHan of Lake Village, Bob St. Pierre of Salem, Mass., Bob Fike of Sheridan. Halfbacks: Dean Pryor of Fre r donia, Kan., Mike Duka of Green Lane, Pa., Tommy Britt of Hope, Johnny Cole of Warren, Mike Latronica of Pa., Buddy Sullon, of Hope, Glen Brlcker of Mcch- anisburg, Pa., Phil Reginclli of Lake Village, Paul Wilson of Si- loani Springs. Fullbacks: Lewis Carpenler of West Memphis, Earl Kaiser, of Atkins, Carl Mazza..of P,a.. , . White Team Ends: Red Warren of Smackover, Floyd Sagley of Van- Buren, Jack Turney of Wynne, Bill For- res'tcr of Springfield, Pa., Buddy Smith of De Queen, Billy Pickens of De Queen. Tackles: Don Smith of Omaha Neb., Eddie Bradford of Little Rock, Ken Bicrwirth of Alexander, Evans, Jim Sperring of Pax- .ang, Pa. Dick Keyset' of Norris:own Fa. Rupert Leclmer of Sel- insgrovc, Pa., Bill Callahan, 'hiladelphia Pa. Guards: James Roth of Stutl- gart Dave Lashley of Fayetteville, .Earl Warren of Smackover, Harold Spain of Smackover, Bud Brooks of Wynne Wayland Roberts of Little Rock. Centers: Jim Cauthron of Lille- Rock, Charles Ramsey of Texarkana, - Jim Foreman of Tulsa, incse Memphis ITcnn.) State'College basketball players look happy after receiving the traditional lei upon arrival in Honolulu, Hawaii, for a series of games. The Mcmphians recently flew to Honolulu following an eight-game set on Ihe Wcsl Coast The team, left to right: Front row--John Walliso. Muncie, Ind.; Bob Stephcnson, Calhoun, Tcnn.; Billy Joe Emmons, Memphis; Joe "Nip" MeKnlght, Bemis Term · Coach Eugene W. Lambert: Bob Griffis, Ynrklwon, Ind., Van Mathis, Brewers, K.v.; Back row-Coy Creason, Brewers, Ky.; Phil Hodson, Yorklown,. Ind.; Jack Graninger, Fort Knox, Ky.; Jack Butcher; Loogootee, Ind.; Leon Kingsolver, 1'ort Knox, Ky. Kentucky Ranks As Nation's Best Cage Team For 1951'52 New York-OP)-Tho Kentucky Washington will meet UCLA for Wildcats can add another honor to Ihe Pscifir Coast Conference title their bulaing collection today. and West Virginia will seek lo gain Coach Adolph Rupp's twin h a s j ^ ' t r y hy winning the .Southern been named the top college has ketbali team in the nation for thi third time in four years in final Associated Press poll. The Wildcats' 'latest laurel came h-.'.rd on the heels of their ninth straight Soulhcaslern Conference championship and a 40-'13 victory over Louisiana State in Ihc conference tournament that boosted mes Okla. Quarterbacks: Ralph Troillett Virginia had its own "tea parly" in 1774. A consignment of tea was ' taken from a storehouse and pa- .Iriolically dumped in Ihe River. of Little Rock, Mack Warren of Memphis, "Francis Long of Pine Bluff. Halfbacks: Jack Troxell of [onesboro, Mickey Finn of Pa., Charlie Lutes of Blytheville, Carer Murray Elton of Crossett, Bill VlcFarland of Blylheville, George Thomason of Hot Springs, John- Gunn' of Van Buren, Cosgrove. Fullbacks: Larry Hogue of Dermotl, Charlie Hallum of Camden, Bob Van Poucke of Chicago, When the "sky survey" now under way al Ihc Palomar Ob- servalory in California Is completed, an atlas of 1,870 -photographic plates will be published. The first capitol building in Williamfiburg, Va., wa sdcsigned without any chimneys. Zanzibar'and Its neighbor island, Pemba, off Africa's cast coast, produce about four-fifth of the world's supply of cloves. The suporhotrodyne circuit Is the basis of most .radio and television receivers, La.'ayelle Square is directly across Pennsylvania Avenue from the White House. Fiqhts Lost Nioht (By The Associated Press) Montreal--Armand Savoie, 134, Montreal, was awarded four- York j i-ound decision over featherweighl champion Sandy ' Saddler, 130, New York, when Saddler was disqualified for illegal tactics (non- title). San Francisco -- Bob Dunlap, 182, Oakland, Calif., outpointed lull-Tilt VMMlM BNMl Aluminum Mitf PwfclnR Awnlnft · tcmni GABE'COOPER"' 1111 Ml M. L««l .heir winning streak lo 22 ga Kentucky is after one more trophy Ihe NCAA championship. Kenlucky previously finished at .he head of the class in the AP poll ir, 1940 and 1051. The 121 sports writers and iporlscastcrs w h o participated in he final poll awarded Kentucky 39 first place votes and 1,033 joints. Illinois, one of the few teams to battle Kentucky for lop honors, came in second wilh 7jO [joints and.-Kansas Stale, followed with 372. The Wildcats moved to the fronl n Ihe poll six weeks aflo and lave been there ever since. Be- ore Kentucky took over for keeps, Illinois, Kansas and St. Johns of Brooklyn had occupied the exalled berth. Kansas wound up eighth and St. John's 10th. Drquesnc finished fourth behind Kansas State and in turn was followed by St. Louis, Washington, Iowa, Kansas, West Virginia and St. John's. Kentuclry goes after Its fourth NCAA crown in the last fi 1 -'e years on March 21. Only oilier teams that have qualified for the tournament so far are Illinois and St. Louis. St. Louis, champions of the Missouri Valley Conference, and Minnesota are Ihe only fives lhat have beaten Kentucky this season.' St. Louis edged out the V/ildcats, 6 -60, in the Sugar Bowl toUrna- menl. Conference Tournament this i Birdie Gives Burke Top Money In Baton Rouge Open Tourney holes nougc, looked La.-l/Pj-For 91 as If the Inaugural $10,000 13alon r.oui»e Open Golf Tournament would i.ever end. Then in a driving rain, pokerfaced Jack Burke. Jr., propelled n ball over n flooded green to break Ihc deadlock, end the sudden rtealn e;:tra playoff, and win his third straight major tournament in three weeks. The tournamenl was supposed lo end oirSmiriay: But nt the end of 72 holes three pros-- Burke of Houston, Texas; 13111 Nary of Albuquerque, and Tommy olt o Durham, N. C., were tied wilh 7-under-par 281s. An IB-hole playoff was held yesterday, bul the trio was still tied with 2-tmdcr-par 70s. Then came lie sudden deiith playoff. That's vhc-rc the guy who wins the first lole lt)!:es first prize money. On Jhc ISl'i, Bo!t dropped'by Ihe vayside when he fell short wilh six-foot putt. That left it to. !.-iry and Burke, and the Mule 'cxan with the deadpan Is hriicd the 20th v.'llh a 20-fool lull to take first prize. Prior to this tourney, Burke had von the San Antonio and Houston Opens. Sraflle In NJT Nfew York-(/P)-Seattle Univer- iity became the 12th and final oam to he selected for the Na- Obscure Boxer Wallops Brion San Franc!sco-(/P)-Bob Dunlap, an obscure Negro, may have projected himself into the national heavyweight fight picture with n surprising and convincing victory over Cerar Brion last night. Dunlap, 182, from Oakland, Calif., who never seems lo slop throwing leather, twice felled 198 pound Brion, who twice stayed 10 rounds with Joe Louis. Dunlap, a 3-1 underdog, was punching strongly at Ihe end of Ihe 10 rounder and was given a unanimous decision. He dropped Brion in the rounds, second and ninth Illinois clinched the Big Ten InnnI Invitation Basketball Tour- !( lacf ntcrllf linatiiin TVrn-l hmnr-i. ! «TM.. title last night, beating Northwest- ney. ern, 95-74, while runner-up Iowa bowed, 70-75, lo Wisconsin. OlhLr members in Ihe lop 10 who are bidding for an NCAA berth include.Kansas and Kansas State in the Big Seven. The chsmp probably will be decided when the two clash Friday. The Dismal Swamp is a lonely morass of almost unbroken wilderness standing in the cenler of Ihc eastern seaboard of the United Stales. Advertise In Ihe TIMES--I. pays. Heirs Apparent Cesar Brion, 198, Buenos Aires, Argentina 10. Louisville, Ky.--Irish Bob Murphy, 195, San Diego, Calif., out- pointed Roy Thomas, 176, New York 10. Richmond, Va.--Alfredola La- Grutta, 144,. Milan, Italy, out- poinled Angel Chaves, 139, Hartford, Conn. 8. New Orleans--Irish B o b b y Lloyd, 141, Baltimore, outpointed Raoul Lucngo, 141, Spain 10, Chicago-- Dale Hall, 197, Los Angeles, outpointed Bob Johnson, 192, Detroit 8. Holyoke, Mass. -- Baby Day, 159, Paris, outpolnled Harry Kid Lee, 183, Springfield, Mass., 10. Quebec-- Fernando Gagnon/lld, Quebec, outpointed Willie Alexander, 123, Philadelphia 10. Providence, R. 1,-- Oeorgie Arau- lo, 133, Providence, outpointed Or- ]ar.do Zuluetn, 133, Cuba 10, New York-- Jose Bason, 172, Puerto Rico, outpointed Al Wlnn, 165, New York 9. Saddler Back In Dutch For Ring Tactics Montreal - (/P) - Featherweight Ch;impion Sandy Sadrtler toclny found himself in hot water for the .second limo Jn less than six nonths. The Hlnc New York Negro was disqualified between the third nnd 'nurih rounds here last night be- ·ause of his illcg.il actions in a ichcclulcd 10-round bout against Armand Savoie. The disqualification produced a irsl-clfiss rhubarb. Fans milled bout the ringside, and when sev- ral fights broke out among them, hrcc carloads of police were hur- ied to the forum to stop the brawling. Saddler was suspended by the New York State Athletic Commission last October 5 as an aftermath of his roughhousc bout with Willie Pep. He was not .reinstated until December 5. Referee Tommy S u 1 1 i stopped the fight last night on orders from Emile Gauthler, president of the Montreal Athletic Commission, who climbed into the ring before the start of the fourth round. The referee disqualified Saddler for "fouling continually--holding, heeling, hitting on the breaks and .sending in low blows." The scrap Itself was largely an in-fighting a f f a i r a.* long as it lasted. Saddler weighed 130 and Savoie 134. Boys Club Boxers Win Seven, Lose FiveToConway The Fayctlcville Boys Clu boxing team, led by Jarrln 1 Gen Hitler, i 145-pounder, «nd D«\ Frederick an flO-pounder triumph ert over a classy C'onwny lent at Conwny last weekend 7- with one draw. Conway th previous week hud battled Lltt Rock to a draw. With flitter und Frederick lead ing the way with knockouts, th only ones scored in the matehe Kayetlevllle won the following Johnny M»han, SB, won by de cision; Jim Mahan, 97, won r. decision; Bruce Williams, 11 won by decision; Bob Mahal 112, won by decision; and E Riley, 142, won by decision. The Boys Club boxers thi dropped decisions, all of thei close were Howard Fennel!, 8 Jim Brown, 118, Bill Hudsoi 126, Ken Brooks, 12(1 and .11 Jctt 147. Chuck Centers, a 6! pounder, battled 1o a rlrnw. The Boys Club novice an open boxers are scheduled l o . a tend the state A.A.U. tournn ment at Little Rock, March 7, and 10. Special weights bo; (105-pounds and down) will tak in the A. A. U. meet at Lltt' Rock, March 14-15. Little Imp Tops Field At Oaklawn Hot Sprlnf-s, Ark.-(/P)-E. G. Ma tioney's Wild Peter hod the favor ile role in Ihe fealurcd six-fur ong Park Holel purse sprint a Oaklawn Park today. Wild Peter will be seeking second consecutive victory Oaklawn. Also sharing in favorite lonors was J. A. Herndon's Miss Fcnclon bidding. Others entered in the race Irtiluded: Raidcat, Roaming Oscar, Blue Music, Wayne's Pal, Bosox Jr. Siilsand, Custombll. Dusty Dnys, Wlnstny. Brassy, Falranfll, Mai 1 Saint; Ocean Play, Garrcll C, and Slcady Dnlo. Apprentice Paul Arthur Ward 18-year-old Seymour, Ind., iockcy scored the first victory of his career- yesterday in bootlnn O.. H Evcrell's Little Imp to victory in the featured Malvern purse. Second place went to Lucky Pete Loutey was third. 'Little Imn covered the sloppy course In 1:14.4" and paid $4.40 straight. No A.A.U. Cage Meet Slated For This Area Due to the lack of learns in Ihls jllslrlcl Ihere will be no A. A. U, basketball tournament in this area Ihis year, Northwest Arkansas Commissioner Guy Lehn announced yesterday. Any teams interested In attending the slale lourne: arc asked to contact Lchn, .in Fayetle- vlllc. He can certify two teams from this district--Washlnglon, Bcnlon, Madison and Carroll Counties--for participation in the meet. The winner of Ihe state tournament is eligible to compele in the national tournamcnl. Bowling fay I.MIII Ltagui Sllvrrman'i nnd -Wsrcl'i Tee Crc«m were illll lied for runner-up M they won iwn ««miM each Irom Trl-Suti ?,"'," J, Cumnbell-Ben. cienn'i IJ«lry defeated O«rk Clontri 2-1. In the other nmtchek Holcum Breid (nok Iwn inmei from Benton'i Snick ' '""" 11 ' 1 "" t " ) Many baseball experts believe that the-»ucccssor lo ,Ioe UIMnggln ·s the New York Yankees' conlcr fielder will he either nl ihe.ic two youngslers. Al led Is Mickey Mantle, who 7.on:n*d Inlo popularity last season, and nl rlfthl Is Jackie Jensen. They are shown al the Yankees' spring t r a i n i n g quarters In St. Petersburg, Fla. Both saw service with the Yankees and Kansas City in IBM. AP Wlrepholo.) ciptiired hljh teurn e Trl-Sl.l. * Sllvernion' nerlct wltn 2..1S4 plni while nnle Cn. w«» hntteil for · UnKle d*f sis .Nornu nen:on nf Sllvermn' "jgk _ Individual ilnilc and mrlei wllh Trl-8Ut« Sale* Co. . «.,, M Ji flllvfirmnn'n ' iy 53 WAM'I Ice Cr«m "M aj rizark Clcuneri , . ] .14 W»H Sirget Ksio HKiion 40 35 42 42 Mo In um Brefiri Campbell-Belt Olenn't Dilrv O. K. rtiirl MlUrty .. ..,,;... 30 45 n«nion'ii Snnctt Bur 21 4? Congress 9 Ardor For Radioactive Golf Ball Cools Washington - IJP) -A suggestion that radloacllve golf balls mlht help the duffer who Invariably drives into Ihe rough got no congressional support today. The Scnalc-IIousc Committee on Atomic Energy reported the suggestion was Interesllng but ''not practical." The group had the Atomic Energy Commission check up on the idea after a member of Congress suggested a gelger counter could easily lend a golfer to a stray radioaclive hall. Bul, alas, the commission said a ball with enough radioactivity to be any good would be dangerous If carried more than three hours a week. It added that a gelger counter able to dttecl a ball at six feet could cost ,$700. Sajketball Scores (By The AMotlaltil Press) Duquesne 94 Baldwin-Wallace 1 Boston College 84 Holy Cross «1 Illinois 95 Northwescrn 74 Wisconsin 78 Iowa 75 Indiana 70 Michigan Slate 87 Michigan 68 Purdue «0 Crelghton 67 GOitavus Adolphus 52 Missouri 6J Nebraska S3 Oklahoma A M 39 Tulsa 33 Drake 82 Houston 68 Kansas Tech 69 Southern Stale 56 Texas Tech I 85 Arkansas Stalt Teachers 6] Arkansas State SO Colorado 50 Wyoming 44 A4Tcrtfc» ^ » ^ jSrtln.if.it Atkanaaa ®imrt SPORTS KMUHWHT ARKANSAS TIMES, foyetleville, ArkoiweM, Tuesday, Morch 4, 1952 JOB AHEAD - By Alan Mavvr we wee MJU HE tHe sf*vf. TRIBE PILOT SPEAKS Lopez Says Loss Of DiMaggio To Hurt Yanks MoreThan They Think Tucson, Arlz.-(/P)-Some ol the hlngs which happened'to Al Lo- O7. in his first Henson HR manager f the Cleveland Iririlnns nilght nve turned the mim from Tump's nto a waspish Individual given to ong moody reflections on tho pcr- erslly of baseball plnyprs in groi- r«l. * , Bui they haven't. Al Is his same cnlle smiling self, nnd doesn't ppcar to be sore nl anybody. Ha able lo speak calmly, even ob- ctlvely, of the failure of his big en--Luke Easter,' Larry Doby, I Rosen--lo hit up to oxpecln- ons Insl year. He is confldcnl he 111 lick the Yankees Ibis time. "I think they're going lo miss ic DiMaggio even more than cy realize," he said.' "I don't re what Joe hit last year. All I now Is Ihnl when he was in there gainst UK wo felt like we were elng a different club than when e wos out. . "Who's going lo be Ihcir lake- large guy now? Phil Itlzzulo? I m't think Phil can take Joe's ace. Phil l« a greal shorlstop, ul he'd just a litllc fellow that ey like and kid around with, ogl Bcrra? The tame thing--a ne catcher but scarcely possessed the qualities which set DIMag- o apart n n d . made the other ankeco feel /thai they were lampions when he was in the icup. Maybe Mantle Can "Maybe Mickey Mintle can ,1101(1 down cqnterflcld for them.' BiClt's asking a whole lot of th*: k|a;: He ha« terrific power when! he gets a" pitch down where he' likes It, but he wasn't doing much! with the fast ones aeron the let-] "Everybody knows that w« have been looking for a food righthnnd hitting outfielder, bill, how many are there around? I mean good ones that might be possible, to gel. They're mighty scarce. Everybody knows we're thin on reserve strength, too, bul tell me a club that Isn't. ; 'Outside of the Yankee* I can't sec any club we need t» fe«r except possibly Dctroil. I have a. feeling Ihcy'rc'golng lo be better; "Tell · you where 1 do think there's going to be a big difference . In our league. Those-. St. Uuii Browns arc going to mike their presence felt. Rogers Hornby hai cornered the absolute cream of the rookie crop, fellows like George Schmees from Hollywood and Manny Rivera .from Seattle and Clint Courtney from Ksnsn. City. An outstanding flavor--Jung* 1 ! Roman Meal Bread. ll-lf-tj Eee» ip Witt Ik* T1m»« rt.llj EXCLUSIVE! a Mas! Whisky/ ORNAMENTAL won WOHM ···LI Wf L»IK« I*. Wrouihi or CMI Iroi ·infill in Celumn Wroufkl lr»i) rwrr.lturt nxtblin fer Thi Home rrtf tillmitii *" · M MOM IAIIT 1IMII ·IITIUIRV COMPANY ·

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