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Pair of Free Throws Win Tilt For'Dogs Tuckerman Ousts Jonesboro, 60-53, In Surprise Gome By ALLAN GILBERT, JR. The Fayetlevillo Bulldogs, experiencing one of Iheir poorest nights of the season in shooting from the field, managed lo come from behind in the last minute and 10 seconds to defeat a tall and talenled Texarkana quinlcl, 3635, lasl night in a second round game of the state basketball tournament. Five games were playe u yesterday with the Fayettevi!le-Texar- kana lilt offering the Jans the most for their money. Tuckerman pulled the biggest upset of the tournament yesterday afternoon in downing Johes- boro, 60-53. Both teams employed the fast break with Tuckerman having the best of il in hitting the baskel. Tuckerman hil on 2fi of 69 attempts and Jonesbo-o connected on 24 of SI. · Roy Burgess, a tall idd for Tuckerman, hit for 22 points in pacing his team to the victory. And the winner's 1'rank Healli, a small edition of perpetual motion, added a lot of finesse in handling the ball as his team scooted past the Hurricane. Jonesboro came equipped cheerleaders. B u l l etteville Nips Texarkana; Rogers Moves Into Semi-Final · - _ FovcttavilU Talr*e TAV^.L... »* , . . . . Foyettevillt Takes Texorkana Bass Trumbo of Fayctleville attempts to block a shot by Georire f Kami ink nt T,,,, ,,-.!__,,-. ;,, .. .1 . . . . / « » . « · » * . Scarbarough of Texarkana a red hot game between the two .*-- -- ........ ... a i cu uut. gfime ueiween me teams at the state tournament last night, Fayetteville won by one ·point. The big boy wiih both hands up in front of him is Clint Otwell, a 220-pounder, (Puska TIMESFOTO)- Box Scores for Yesterday's State Cage Tourney Games r»h»* v« nintnn n.nrln failure to count on rebounds under the basket were, cosily for the Northeast Arkansas quin.et. In the day's first contest-a surprising Clinton team tripped McGehee, 50-45. Judsor, Avey, a lanky center with a goo., eye for the hoop, made 73 points (high for the meet so f a r ) in leading the Clinton team into the quarterfinals. Bobby Joe Hickinjbotham led the losing McGehee f've with 18 points. Also played yesterday afternoon was a" game matching Monticello 'arid DeWitt. Monticello, after trail- ins almost the entire game, broke up a DeWitt stall and made the winning basket with only 40 seconds remainln£. At that DeWitt got a fast break going with about ,15 seconds left and had a man open under the basket. But the pass was a little wild and the ball got away -'rom DeWitt's Bill Hasco and went out of bounds. Dale Lassiter. a tall center for Monticello, led his team to the win "with 20 points. The Bulldogs opened the night session and appeared.to have more than they 'could handle in the 1 rough and obviously ready Texarkana Razorbacks. The Southwestern powerhouse, highly rated as a title contender this year, threw up a defense that stopped Fayetteville's shifty livesome from going " down the middle and kept the outside men off balance on their long shots. The Bulldogs weir unable throughout the game to find a sure way of counting points for themselves. If a play worked once that was about the end of 'it as the Kazorbacks showed exceptional defensive abilities Bass Trumbo, 6-1, was in charge of handling Texarkana's bis Clint Otwell, a 0-0 lad with a deadly shot. Trumbo battled the big boy all over (he floor and although he let Otwell count 17 points he caused-Texarkana to lose the ball many times in attempting to g the ball into the pivot. In hitting only 14 uf 54 sho from the field the Bulldog-; turne in their flattest performance c the season in t h s t departmen Against Lavaca they connected o nearly 60 per cent. MCI Clinton Avey Whillock o Ward . 3 Tipton 1 Williams -._ 4 TOTALS 17 MnGchee Burgess 1 F. Hickingbotham _ 1 Covington . 1 B. Hickingbotham 9 Lacey ^ 2 Jackson 6 Lockhart 1 TOTALS .I~~~21 . Clinton FG FT PF TP Jonesborn vs. Tuckerman Joncsboro FG FT PF TP I DeWIU Buchanan _!_' 1 Burnett o Mertin o Fletcher 2 Fiasco 1 Boyd o Morton . __: 2 Simpson o Burke ; 6 TOTALS ...I~12 Texsrksna Vt. Fayelisville Fayetlerille FG FT PF TP Falls 7 CMlds 2 Fielding ] Hunter 3 Caldwell 4 Dean 5 Davis o "OTALS 24 Tuckerman Heath 5 Gardner 5 Choate 3 Carr o Burgess _ 0 Wilhite ..... 4 TOTALS 26 3 1 1 4 5 S I 21 Parker 3 Head . .__ Ho Trumbo 3 Crudup ._ __2 McConnell _I.I_I 4 Barnes _ ' 2 Totals ""u Texarkina " i Hulsey ] ; , Evers Q ?,Rice o ' I Brown i 12 'Scarbrough 3 1 Totals ~Jj 60 2 12 5 5 16 Mountaineers In Easy Win Over Clinton Cable Nets 26 Points To Lead Cinderella Team The ^Mountaineers moved Into a semi-final game tonight at 8 o'clock againsl pine Bluff, who defeated Newport 42 to 23. Big Jim Reed, Zebras' six foot, five inch center, was hish poii|t man with 18 points. Rogers, a Cinderella team in the District One tournament last week. : are playing the same role in the state tournament this week. The Mountaineers, led by jumping Guy Cable, downed Clinton, 51-38. this-morning to bec.ome the first team to enter the semi-final round. Clinton, chiefly on the work of its big center Jud Avey, who captured Ihe attention of. the fans by his sportsmanship and g o o d humor, stayed in the ball game for a little more than two quarters. But Avey sprained his ankle midway in the third quarter and Ihereaftcr was unable to guard Rogers' Cable effectively and Hogers pulled away. In the opening moments of the game it was apparent that the contesl would be decided on the outcome of the Individual battle between Cable and Avey. The first quarter ended with Clinton ahead, 14-6. Cable bad four o f ; Rogers six points and Avey had I seven of his team's 14 points. ' Rogers rallied in the second pc- ·iod to cut the lead to one point-5-14--with four minutes elapWd. Jut Clinlon again found the scor- ng pattern to pull into a H2-HI ead at the half. Early in the third quarter Rogers put on a spurt hat was sparked by some bril- ianl shooting O n the part of Bnd- ly.Bloomfield, small Mountaineer uard. About that time Avey fell nd twisted his ankle in a scram- le for the ball and his effective- ess was cut drastically from then on, although he stayed in the game. North Little Rock Wins ArkanuaB SPORTS C£\Wt, V IORIHWIST ARKANSAS TIMK, rayttt.vlll., ArkonMM, Friday, March 7, 1952 Kansas State,-Kansas Meet In Crucial Big Seven Tilt Three North Little Rock playurs and three on the Sheridan team are shown, cnnlesllnjt for tho ball during their game Inst night nt the University Field House. The North Little Rock Wildcats wnn ' ' S( -'hedi:lcd in -play Fayctleville this afternoon. (Puska Burke May tiks If Koi; Shows Ho Sign Cf Wilting As He Fires 66 At St. Pete St. Petersburg, Fl;i..(/pj- T h e | a nickel on his chances of catching 35 Montlrtllo vs. DeWitt Mnnticello FG FT PF TP Matthews . 1 2 2 4 · White _______ TM" - Freeman 2 ____ ...... 2 Wilson ___________ o Paschall _________ ]_ o Lassiter _________ g Stephens .:_ 1 Ward ..... _____ o TOTALS .. ._ .14 North Liltl N. L. R. Motley Landers ~jj Browning 6 Harrpd II_~~Il Autry "~~ o Nations ~2 Fortenbury ... 7 Scott I_I_I_Il King o Whittcn ___~IITM~4 Totals ~~~25 Sheridan SJBaxley _\ 5 1 Fitzgerald 2 0 | Wimberly ~'_t n i May fi " ' C l a r k 1? Caple s Barnes 0 McCool - . 4 Totals "I? Hock Vs. Sheridan FG FT PF TP 13 25 5 I 0 3 0 r 3 2 15 circuit, Jack Burke-, Jr.. of Houston, Texas, :;huwc:l 'no signs today of willing under the pressure applied by hh envious fellow professionals. llandso.na Jack, winner of lliieo. slrni-jht tournaments [inri the tup mini/.vmiikn- of the 11)52 The Mountaineers had the satin- li -' ! "'""· 'Icfinit-ly is the man to In control at the end of the third l)c:i U" the SI 11,00(1 St. Pclcrsburg period. 36-27. and added lo t h a t T'"' . , margin in the final elghl minutes. \ ,,,, "^),{"]"" i,,TM''"^-"" '' i[;l11 locked willi throe nlhc'r pros as the. bulky field uf 171 Iced off for loday's second round. They joined him ycslcrriay in shooting sizzling FT PF TP | rinmls of fin, six u n d e r p n r f n r t r c I.^':-:wno;l f-oun'.r.y Club cour.w. Ti-? 'v,-y r,url:- cariK-l his first pl_aci tin ,,, n( , finished j n H drizzling rain indicates that Hie guy, instead nt weakening from tho 2 i red hot pace he has set in recent 2 , weeks Intends to go on winning Cable, who bucketed 26 points in the game, scored almost half of them In the last quarter, Avey'was high for Clinton with 17. Bogcn Bloomflclrl fi T. Hewglty 2 Cable 12 Grace n Leahman 2 I Howgley- I Wolfe __' 1 Totals __ 24 Clinlon Cummins 0 Avey . 5 Whillock 2 Ward a Tipton 1 Finlon 1 Williams 2 Tolals 13 51 tournaments indefinitely. Clayton Hcafnrr of' Charlotte 0 N. C., Al Urssellnli of Chicago nnd 17 Skce Diesel of-Tuha, Okla., had 5 conic In ahead of hirii over a dry 4 . course with OO's. _3 I Burke was (inly 11 stroke under 3 i n.-ir with a 35 on Ihc front nine. 6 | When tho rain started no one In 38 his big gallery would have risked up with the front r u n n i n g trio. Hut Hurko gradually picked up speed along the home strolch at passed Ihc 17th five under pi His second shot at the 18th p four hole, was on the green h 30 feet from the cup. Slrolling In Ihc grec-M throng Ihe drizzli', D u r k r delourcd lo tl Scoreboard mid noted the thre SB's t h a t had been posted, meant he needed to sink Hint . foot putt for a birdie three to I for the lead. Durke stroked the ball sinac Into tho cup. The 29-yeara-ohl Burke has wo the Texas Open, Houston Ope and Baton liouge Open in imcccs slon. He leads I h l s year's monc. winners with Sd.720. Lost St. Paul ·-- Joey M n x l m , in Cleveland, outpointed Ted Lowrj 1 711. Boston, 10, non-lllle. Syracuse -- Uoborl Villemaln 184, Paris, knocked oul Joey DC John, 163, Syracuse, D. New York-- Ted Murray. 147 New York, outpointed Lou (Stone. wall) Jackson, 144, Baltimore, I D .Newark, N. .T.-- Joey Luno, 145 Lod(, N. .1.. filonnod Tippy Larkin 142, Garfield, N. J., I. Texarkana appeared to hav the game won in tlie fourth quar- ler, when, after holding small leads throughout the contest it length- Makes Shaving So Much Easier! Try it Today! ChUda* ·ol,* an ·dually pravenU ci*«m dry laca wnila you aliaTal Say ewam that drlaa and eakas. Take your ih«T«a th* «aay way--lh« Childa' Lalhcrrol way. Buy a tub* today! LATHER OR IRUSMLESS ·ttlH. 1 \nit mark for UellMfc Cr««m contaliu itth»i- g new Ingicdltat tb«t Shaving Craam GMRMTEIi Fill H fciktf yur »My ink. ened Its margin lo seven points at 3-27 on a layin by Otwell. But Fayetleville rallied, throwing: up a passing defense that stopped Ihe Texarkana offense cold. Ray Barnes, who engaged in a running individual battle with Texarkaiia's J. W. Evers during the game, sank a foul shot to get things' moving for Fayelteville. Billy Parker hooked a shol in from the side and Russ McConnell made a free throw to cut Ihe margin to 30-34 with three minutes left. Parker again found the range from just in front n the hoop, and after Tcxarkana's James Hul- scy made good a free throw McConnell came back to toss in an 18-fool sol-shot to pull Fayelte- villc to within one point. Norlh Little Rock team, led by the smooth shooting of John Fortcn- btiry who netted 20 points, ran rough-shod over a good Sheridan team. All the Wildcats got into the contesl and all bul one, Jimmy King, scored. The Norths.'dcrs hit 01 25 of 59 field goal attempts in a fine display of marksmanship. No Action Now On New Cage Coach The University announced today here probably will be no definite announcement concerning the hii- ng of a basketball coach ""for'10 days or two weeks." Athlelic Di- ector John Barnhall and Glen T, , ., · , Rose, who has been wldellv men Texarkana saw its chances for i Honed for the post met hi victory' evaporate then as Georg ing with Provosl'joe Co' Schoendienst, SJanky Are Friendly Rivals Scarborough, a tall .forward, brok under his basket for a iayin bu missed the shot, McConnell. agaii made a Lid for a basket but wa ouled as he shol. With a minute about five seconds reinalning n the game McConnell sank boll his free throws to pul Ihe Bull- ogs ahead, 36-35. Twice in the last minute Fay- llcvillc players fouled Texarkana ul on bolh occasions Ihe Porkers ccided to take the ball out of ounds. Againsl Ihe Fayetteville efcnse they had little luck even citing the shots off and the Bull- ogs were in control as ^he game ndcd. In the night's finale big. rugged WE KELL JS. SAYS: Ckilds' 8Mt$ hit AMM run »nr v timt! i^'ii r * '»"«' }»ll««rn«, nothliu'ctm rrw up Ilka . cold ihowtr arm i frith, cte«n, imooth ahave with · Chilrli' lUior Blid«. I iwltchtrl lo Chllda' bMiuM Childa: fcladi c««« 1m. jrtt (in n» · unoother ahivt. ChJIdi' BUdei h lii te* Oil*' MI*. HM YOI i mmrir dim niim nsno »MONIP IN OH SUARANTEI: WI ..ri.fietion 4 n . IUC and Ihe matter was "discussed in generalities." according to an announcement II was said the discussion did not "get down to dc- I f l l l S . It was agreed lhat during the coming days the University administration will go Into the mater more fully and lhal Ihc Athletic -Committee of the University will be contacted. When the poinl is reached for details to be gone into thoroughly; 11 is probable thai nose and University authorllles ill mcel again. Rose was to return lo his Nago- dochcs, Texas, home today. H c has spent two days in Fayetteville, his the the University, was one of By JOE REICHI.ER St. Petersburg, Fla.-W'f- Shoen- diensl in German means "good servanl" and Albert Fred Schoen- clicnst, the St. Louis Cardinals' happy-go-lucky redhead,-is living up to his name. All winter long, ever since Eddie Stanky was named Cardinal manager and followed il up by announcing he would be a sironi; candidate for Schiendicnsl's second base job. baseball fans have been wondering how Red would reacl. Rumors, all unconfirmed, flew thick and fast that (a) Schoendienst was on the trading block; (b) Schoendienst woulrljjo : switched to first, lliird, shortstop or outfield; (c) Schoenriienst had rebelled against playing anywhere but second. Untrue, of course, all of it. Here is what happened: One of Ihc firsl things Slanky did after taking over the reins of the Redbirds was to pay Schoendienst a personal visit in St. Louis. Among other things Eddie told the All-Slar second seeker he was going to compele with him for the second base job. If Eddie's Hit- v-//:. Rtd Srliocniliciist Eddie Stanky inn lo," .Schoendi(.'ii:;l told his manager. "All I want to do is help the club w i n . If I do I don't care where 1 pl.iy, just as long as I piny." The mine thry talked the more Stanky became impmsscd w i t h Schoondionsfs unselfish outlook and his Itpcn philosophy subject of baseball on the "bill I'd like In remain in game in some capacity." "How ,-iboiil managing?" Eddie persisted. "How would .you like that?" "1 sure would," Hod said. "I'd s I sure like an opportunity to man- luge." i "Okay," said Stanky, "from now on you're m.v co-captain with Enos 'Slaughter. I'd like to have snmo- IKKI.V in Ihe infield with authority In case I'm not In the lineup. I want you to take charge out there. Keep your eyes and ears open! : Pick up the finer points. Try to get the manager's aspect of things Assort yourself with the players and the umpires." "He's quite r, guy." said Schoendienst later. "I learned a lot just listening to him. I don't see how he can mlsi being a good manager . . . I'm going lo play my head off for him, no malter where h "Red," Stanky suddenly asked, "Have you ever giveti^any serious thought to what you would llki- In " a w r p M _ , Kan.-(/l'i-Eilhfr (he Kansas .1 ivhnwks or Kansas Slate Wildcats will get a stronghold on the [ii.n Seven '·onfcrenco basketball championship here tu- ^ And. from viewpoint o? .',.M i'i- jtcrcst .n k-ast, time's ncvci been n more.' :ir.pnrtant g;une In the It-ague's history. Both lo:uns, tied w i t h 9-1 records in the conference rare, .ire ainntift the nation's top in teams. The winner tonight c'lr.-hti a'i least a t i n for the tillc. They wind ] up their schedules against second .·llvlslon opponents next Monday but tonight's game Is '.'vi criicliil affair. The nig Seven champion q u a l i - fies for the Western NCAA playoffs at Kansas City Mar-' 21^22. All-America Clyde Lovclletle, Ihc nation's lending scorer who has sparked Phog Allen's Jay- hawks to n 20-2 season record, again will be their hope ,,t knock- Ing off th speedy Wlldciils. Kansas State mis a great star Illck KnoMlinan, a third team \II-AmcHca, but Coach .Inch Gardner's -crew will depend primarily on a leiim attack t h a t hns boen good for IB victories against four losses thin season. There is no favorite. Kansas Stale woi the first «i,mc played at M a n h a t t a n rather r-slly B1-(M but the Jayhawk.i hnve come fast since Unit time and will be tough on their home boards, Kansas State has losl only t Colorado in conference piny In t whooping iipunt fi7_57 ,( jj nu ]j c February 23. I Kansas completej -ll. icheduh against Colorado nt Boulder whll« j Kansas Slate meets Oklahoma at · ; M a n h a t t a n . Craflon Appointed Head Grid Coach j A) State Teachers Con way, ArkW).The uppolnt- inont of J i m Crafton «. head fooU; ball coach at Arkans« SUU 1 enchers College here hli bfcn' approved by the board of truitm.' Crafton, conch at Harrison hl«S schosil and former University of Arkansas lineman, succeeds How* ' nrdI -rea Wee Montgomery, who resigned. BOWL' FOR HEALTH Jim Benton Bowling J,in«. A4r. An outstandlnn navor--Jun|* 11-ll-tf Roman Meal Hre«d. BITTIR for Uss monty! Htrt «r« two iup*rb hiarlni mahen of world fimoui Ztni ith or imoui tn f f . vlilon. fladloi, fM Only Zlnlth Heir- Ing Aldi hive txeluilvt ntw. n*t«nt«d fMMAphoKi that iwurei excellent perform i net under exirrmt hf«t ind fiu mldily. Com* in nowf C*m* In (or »IE Imtry logrd Contact Cltontri EASY PAYMENTS DIXIE RADIO 4il DICKSOH -PHONE 1141 . TotourflMtf , . . t - »· " vhlch lo l«c» th* world. ItMt jtw dropf ol CHILDS' Aft.r4h«.. LOTION trlvti ikln a cbllfhjhil ilp, m\ and l«n»l MikM ww (in l«l fnih » « ehlM'i. bl«r Hi. thrill ol ·lt*Mbm m.nt. Buy bottle the second base job. If Eddie's do after your^ playmg ..ays playing meant.the club would be over?" i""!""* " a s stronger, Red would be shifted to "Why no " Schoi.,iHi,.n=i » n i , a R U ' another position. But Red would ---^-^.. tt " oc '"'"--n.st replied, I plays. nuts me, first huso, second base the outfield or anywhere else." "Schoendlcnst Is a real compel! tor," said Stanky. "He has a fin baseball instinct. Furthermore, Is a great player. He's a majo leaguer no mailer where h. . play regularly somewhere. That was certain, Slanky lold him. Schoendlensl assured Stanky that the arrangement was satisfactory to him. "I'll play anywhere you want all-time great Razorhack cage stars, and formerly was alhlcllc i director and coach at the J'orkcr school. ' Blue Ribbon Beer On Tap lOc o Gloss The Tap Room 107 N. BLOCK tstmu*! Vril It's imulni! 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