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Changes Made In Lineups for Little Rock Red- White Game A well-conditioned sriuad of 76 Arkansas Razorbacks go to Little Rock Saturday for the, second "Hed-White" game and the last day of spring practice for 1952. After that--it's back into moth balls for Olis Douglas 1 gridders until September 1, when the Hngs start Fall drills. As was thn case last Saturday in Razorback Stadium it'll be all offense for the. Porkers at Little .Rock.- The Whites will be set to avenge a" 54-24 trouncing at the hands of the Red team. Douglas has announced a few changes in personnel will result from observation of the first game --most important of which are probably in the backfield. Sophomore Bob St. Pierre will go over to the White team to match passing with Ralph Trolllett. The Red team will get soph Mack Warren in exchange to assist Lamar McHan. At fullback a su. prise success o the first game--Earl Kaisor of Atkins, will shift to the W h i t e team to strengthen its running game. As far as injuries are concerned, two men -Larry Hogue. senior from. Dermntt, and Bob Linc- barier. senior from Cnmrien--are listed as out for the spring. Hogue, a fullback, is in the infirmary with glandular fever, while Ruard Lineharier bas a slightly fractured ankle. " is not considered serious enough to affect his baseball this spring, however. He's a leading southnaw pitcher for the Hogs. The White team will gain the, services of r~H Frank Conway of I *'i, Mass., sidelined for the past 10 days, in the Saturday's closer. The Porkers will have to look sharp to improve on last Saturday's offense which saw the vic- tf-ioiiE Red-shirts gain 51R yard: 366 on the ground and 152 in the air--to the 'white's total of 361. The ground-gaining Red squad threw 13 passes, completing five: while their rivals threw 1!) and comoletr 1 eight for 10 more aerial yards. --.,, ,,..-a j| k j c k j n g was excellent according to Douglas. Triple-threat McHan averaged 44.7 per punt for the Reds while Red Warren and Charlie Lutes averaged 33.3 for the Whites. In all. 11 extra points -re attempted, with nine-going for the score. Soph quarterback Francis Long booted t'-ree straight and added a field goal the only one attempted, while sophomore fullback Carl Mszia converted six of eisht. The leading ball carriers were more or les= according to form. For the underdog Whites Jack Troxell's speed carried him 110 yards on ~ght carries, and for the Reds Buddy Sutlon had 58 yards; - Lewis Carpenter added 64; pint- size Tommy Britt Had his best day with 100; and Kaiser topped them all with 119. Hoppe Rolling Along Toward Billiard Title San Francisco -.(/P) - Champion Willie Hoppe goes after his fourth straight ' ictnry in the \Vnrlrl Three-Cushion Billiard Tournament tonight w h i l e his rhinf rivals are playing cut - throat among themselves. Hnppe's opponent is Joe Chnm- aco, who already is virtually eliminated from the cha ipionship picture with two defeats. The Mexican pulled out a 50-35 victory over Japan's Masnko Katsura last night. Koppe alone is unde.':ated of ;h« 10 entered in the round robin event, Carter In Non-Title Scrap With Rawlings Chicago -(/PI- Rawbine Luther Rawlings of Chicago, tallert I'ghl- weight contender in the boxing business will try to overpower stocky Jimmy Carter, the IlKlit- 'weight champion, in a n o n - t i t l e · 10 round bout at Chkago Starlium tonight. Rawlings, rated the No. 1 challenger, may get a genuine crack at Carter's world championship this summer If he shows up well. Carter refused to put his t i t l e on the block this time bee-use he figured Rawlings could not make the weight. The Chicago boxer tipped 143 pounds in his last fight. Each plan to wc : gh 137 tonight. Keer up with the iraes--read T.TWES dally. Hogs To Enter Southwestern Recreational S.M.U. Favored To Win Giants Track, Field Carnival Fort Wotth, Texas -(ff)- The Southwest's biggest athletic carnival--the Southwestern Recreation j Meet--goes on here Friday and Saturday with 1,480 youngsters competing in track and field and on the golf course. There are 131 universities, colleges, junior colleger ana high schools represented and it will be one of the largest meets in its 29 years. Texas A. and M., Texas and Rice won't compete in the university class and Oklahoma A. and M., the defending champion, is sending only a fev.- contestants, but there will be 10 schools with '126 athletes, with Southern Methodist favored to win the title. Texas A. and M., champion of the Border Olympics at Laredo last week, Texas 'nd Rice will be having a triangular meet at College Station! Oklahoma A. and M. is taking its top mei. to Colorado with the others of tne squad coming here. No new records are anticipated in t h e university, college and junior colleges classes but some are likely in the freshman-prep school division where the University of Texas is a heavy favorite to win tlie title. Competing in the university class will be Arkansas, Baylor, Hardin- Slmmons, Houston, Southern Methodist, Texas Christian, Texas Tech, Tulano, Oklahoma A. and M. and Loyola of New Orleans. North Texas State champion of the Border Olympics college division, is coming here to lead a ist of 11 colleges including Oklahoma Baptist University. Making the trip for the Arkansas Razorbacks will be varsity candidates Jerry Reichert, high and low hurdles; Bill Heffington, high hurdles; Joe Witt, 100, 221) and mile relay; Bill Cairns, mile run; Hick Hebcr, mile run and mile relay; Lee Yoder, low hurdles, 44b, and mile relay; Bill Divcn, 440 and mile relay; Al V/ilken- son, 100, 220 and mile relay; Reed Donnelly, 880; J o h n "larltc, 380; and Dick Hazard, broad jump. Freshmen will be Allen Eshbaugh, mile run, Ed Morton, mile run; Jerry Klein, 440; George Hackney, 440; Jim TennisTM. 880; and Frank Metcalfe. Klein. Hackney, Tennison and Metcalfe corn- lose the frosh mile relay team. Spring Grid Games Ruled Class B Chomps Of One-West Dayton Upsets St. Louis* In NIT, 68-58 i New York-7P)-The University j of Dayton basketball team, which . had its first fling at the "big j lime" in the finals of the National j Invitation Tournament last year, j wanted, to meet highly rated St. j Louis this year just as a measure ! of satisfaction. j Dayton got its wish last night j and the result was satisfactory not only to the Dayton players but to a majority of the 14,112 spectators in Madison Square Garden. Sparked by tall Don Meineke and chubby Leland ( J u n i o r ) Norris. the Flyers whipped St. Louis, the second-seeded team in the tournament, 68-58. Top-seeded Duquesne performed about as ex- nected in beating Holy Cross, 7868, in the second game of the doubleheader. As a result, Dayton will encounter St. Bonaventure and Duquesne will meet LaSalle in the semi-final games tomorrow night. Coached by cagey Tommy Rlackburn, a part-time golf professional, Dayton jammed the area under the St. Louis basket on defense, came up with most of the rebounds arid dominated the en- tie game. St. Louis, 1he Missouri Valley chamnion never was ahead. Duquesne's victory over Holy Cross may have been costly. Jim Tucker, the tall, springy Negro center whose leaps enabled him tn get the ball pff the boards nearly, every time, came out with a bruised shin. And sharpshoolitig Httle Al Bailey had a badly swollen knee. Prairie Grove's Tigers, who made it a successful scnsnn two weeks ago by winning the District One-West Chiss B basketball tournament, pose w i t h their trophy. The Timers downed Gentry tn tlie f i n a l s at Greenland, then lost to Hartford, runner-up in tlie stale tourney, in their first game at Prcs- cott in the slate meet. The Tigers left to r i g h t : (front r o w ) - B u r l Or, Ronnie A l l r n , Jack Curtsingcr James Cosby and Kcrmlt McFarland; (back row) Leon Beoty, Dale Reeves, R o n n i e Stone, Hobbj Sturclivant, Wayne Hall and Coach Jim Garlman. {Courtesy of Prairie Grove Enterprise). Tech Loses To SW Texas, 97-53, In NAIB Kansas City-WI-H's almost rrju- ·-- Out in PCC San Frnncisco-(/Pj-Another blow o Pacific Coast Conference spring football practice has been struck ay school presidents. They ruled out regulation intra- squad games which usually cli- nax spring drills. Previously they hart cut spring practice from 3D to 20 days. The PCC presidents said they wanted to confine spring practice tn its original purpose of teaching and experimenting, eliminating the publicity attached to public exhibitions. The ruling ends USC'a annual game for alumni in Los Angeles stadium; Washington's s p r i n g game at \vhich admission is charged; Stanford's same in which ports writers direct (he teams; Snnta Clara's fund-raising game and perhaps California's intra- squad game. California Coach Lynn Waldorf} said the Rear's game was used' as a clinic for PCC officials. H e j did not say whether that contest | would be cancelled. Eight players who were on the j roster of the St. Louis Browns last j November will be with o t h e r ; teams this spring. They have add- ! rd so von names since then, ' Ka-v Doody Goes After Second Win At Oaklawn Hot Spring. Ark.-tfP)-Mrs. J. L. Oglesby's Kay Doody went after ler second victory of the Oaklawn Park season today in the featured Little Hock Purse over a mile and 70 yards. Kay Doody faced much the same field that she trounced in he Velda Rose Motel event over he same distance last week. Others entered were Swap Out, _!ounl-A-Bit, Fine Art, J u n e Tlonus, Tria C, Battle H., and Con- 'idade. My Time registered his second consecutive win of the season, taking the Texarkfma Purse yester- dny. March Proudly, the favorite, was second, and Evidence was bird. My Time paid Sfl.60 straight ind was timed in 1:41 for the six 'urlongs over a heavy track. Williams Stops Gardner to Win British Crown Lnndon-i7P)-.Jnhnny Williams, new British and Empire heavyweight champion, talked today of a possible trip to the United States to see what he could line up in the way of fights. But first comes*a rest a f t e r the mauling he took in outpointing Jack Gardner for both titles in 15 rounds last night. Gardner, pretty badly marked up too, asked for a return bout. "I've whipped Williams before and can do it again," he said. He did beat Williams a couple of years ago and then went on to win the British and Empire titles from Bruce Woodcock. The general opinion was that Williams was lucky. The Associated Press score card gave each man six rounds with threee even. But Gardner had Williams groggy :inc that the favorites survive lirst round but the manner in which several of them did it in the 14th National Intercollegiate N A I B Basketball Tournament borders on the sensational. New Mexico A. and M., for example, hit 58.2 per cent of its shots in eliminating Mississippi Southern 86-70 in the first round windup yesterday. And at the same time the Southerners hi losing averaged 47.7 per cent. The Eastern Illinois Panlru-rs of Charleston tied the tournament MIC-team scoring record by beat- ng Huron (S.D.j College 113-78. The second-round set of eight games opened today. Quarterfinals are scheduled tomorrow night, t ; ic semi-finals Friday and finale Saturday. The champion will meet the NCAA t i t l i s t in thn flrsl-rniinri Olympic playoffs here March 29. In other games last night, the j Utah State Aggies handed Clarion I (Pa.) State its first Insp of the season 85-68; Lawrence Tech of Detroit, walloped Was'lburn University of Tppcka 97-130 and un- i beaten Southwest Texas State of San Marcos outclassed Arkansas Tech of Kusacllvillc, 07-53. With half the field in the six- day meet--16 teams--eliminated, defending chamoion Hamlino U n i - versity, New Mexico A. and M., Eastern Illinois nnd Southwest Texas Stato appeared IT bnve the best chances of showing up Saturday n i g h t . Southwest Texas State, led by Vcrnon McDonald's 20 points, .scorqrl its 27th successive victory without a setback this season in boating Arkansas Tech. Two of the stronger darkhorse entries, James M i l l i k i n of Decatur, III., and Whitworth College, of Spokane, Wash., opened second} round firing. · Other games today include West Texas State v.«. Murray (Ky.) i State; Memphis State vs. Portland (Ore.) University; New Mexico A. | and M. vs. Southwest Texas Stntc: i Hamlino vs. Montana State: Morn- j ingside ( I o w a ) College vs. Eastern Illinois: Springfield (Mo.) State vs. Indiana State (Terre 1 Haute); Utah State vs. Lawrence Tech. New Putter Started Burke On Current Winning Streak M i a m i . Fla.-(/lVH was the 72nd*- and f i n a l hole of tlie L;K Angclcb Golf Tournament and it looked as if .Jack Burke was Koing lo shake off the j i n x thiil had plagued him mnre t h a n a ye? His ball 1,-iy 20 feet from the cup. All he needed- in do w.i:; to hole out in two putts to start 11)52 a champion, Hut Burke three-putted I" throw the 1 t o u r n a m e n t inlo a plfiy- nff which tin lost to Tommy Boll ;:ml, "I got the sick feeling t h a t I w.i.'Mi'L ever coin.'j to win again." JN'o.Mng happened the next few weeks to hrin:* llurkc out of Ihe blues. He wns liilh in the San jjja 1 ;!) Open, f i f t h at Phoenix, out of the money at Tucson, and I G t h at Kl Paso. Eo.-nclhiivi horl tn bo done. Al Run Anton:,), in a moment of i n?rr.iort. Burke Ihrcw nwtiy the old English blade putter he had i:::cd for four years a n d . b o u g h t mallet-head club. On the first hole of the Texas Open at San Antonio, he sank 15-foot putt with the new club. H turned out to be the f i r s t blow of the year's most sensational jjnlf w i n n i n g streak. He won t h p Texas Open w i t h a 72-hole total of 2fiO, n record 24 strokes under par. A week l a t e r , he captured the Houston Open in 277 tying the conrsc record. Then he won the Baton Rorge Open in and lolling on the ropes in the 15th. Only the hell saved him. playoff and the St. Petersburg Open with a record-shattering 260 to make H four in a row. "iqhts Last Niqht Los Angclcse--Hobby Why, 129, LIK Angeles, stopped Tommy Pinker. 129. Johnstown, N. Y., 0. Newark, N. J.--Jimmy Champagne. MB, Philadelphia, oulpoint- o:l Charlie Fusari, J50, Irvington, fi. J., 8. San Antonin, Texas -- Mario Trign, H I , Monterrey, Mexieo, oulpnintcri Freddie Babe Herman, 138, Phoenix, 10. Miami Beach, Fla--Dill Neri, HI, Bridgeport, Conn., outpointed Norman Thompson, I4fi, Paterson, N. J., in. White Plains, N. Y.--Charlie McGarrity, 127, Brooklyn, nut- pointed Alex Fimbres, 126, Phoenix, 8. London--Johnny Williams, 194, London, outpointed Jack Gardner, London, 2 1 4 , IS for British National and Empire heavyweight title. Training Camp Briefs (Ry The Associated I'rcM) Miami, Fla,-(/l')-Chrls Va C'uyk. [nwcrinK lefthander, Is the cur- i f n t Brooklyn Dodger favorite to lake up the slack caused \rj pitcher l)on Newcombc's induction Into the Army. "1 know Van Cuyk la ready," Manafjor Chuck Drcsscn said, "He has learned to use thai change »f pace that I cave him last season. That's all he needed. No one has more stuff," St. Petersburg, Fla.-W-Mlckcy Mantle is r u n n i n g up quite a record in p i n c h - h i t t i n g rolcfl for the New York Yankees. M a n t l e has banged out three singles in his last three pinch-hit trips. Pasadena, Calif.-(/P)-Tho Chl- mgn White So.x will send their first stringers against the St. Louis Browns today after using their "B" team to defeat Rogers Hornsby's best, 7-6, yesterday at Burbank. It's Papa Doak Now Bradcnton, Fla.-W)-The rain wouldn't stop at Cincinnati's train- Ing site at Tampa yestc'day, so the trade rumors started up--with pitcher Kenny lUffensberficr and outfielder Dick Sislcr the names most often mentioned. licdleg Manager Gabc Paul denies there is any deal pcrkiiiR, but the club's need for a slugging out- iiolder and ah experienced in- ficlder is evident. Brooklyn reportedly is interested in R a t t y , while the St. Louis Cardinals are said to have been Inquiring about Slsler. 09 * S U G A R - F R E E A S BEER Doak Walker, three-time All America football player at Southern Methodist and now I Detroit Lion pro Krlddcr, Is all smiles ns he looks at his 7 pound 8 ounce diniffhler. The child, the Walkers' first, wns born March I) at Florence NIjthllnRnlc I-ylnfj In Hospital Dallas. The child hu not yd been named. Holding little Miss Walker Is nurse Mrs, LIMc Klrkes. (AP Photo), St. Petersburg, Fl».-(/l')-Atlcr knocking off the Boston Braves twice, the St. I,oui» Cardinals t a k e a crack at the Boston Red Sox at. Sarasota today. Uehind the smooth two-hit pitching of Wilmer Vlnccar Bend --Mizell, Kurt Kricger and Wii- lard Schmidt, the Cards shut out the Braves, 3-0, yesterday. Bowling Dlchtmn Clmiic Lt*iut "Jug" Wheeler'i Drive-In held Its lead In defeating O. K. Taxi 3-1. while Hob-Nob Liquor* and G. W. Shirley and -Son upllt 2-2. The othe- mutch found Spy;*:*' E*KO Station inking the Deluxe C*fe 3-1. G. W, Shirlry blasted team lerlev with 2,4!U pint), while Hob-Nob Uminn took lenm ilngl* with 036 nln. Kloyd Harcrnvft of Hob-Nob look nil Imil- vldiifil linn or* with hU Leagu* Standing* "Juit" W h c c k r t Drive-In Hfth-Noh Uqimri Spyrea' K»sr Station . O. K. Taxi G. W. Shirley and Kon neLiixe Cafe . ?'""%'. "W»/ '* Nrt SPORTS 1OITHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, FoyOtevllls. Arkan», , Wednesday, Mcrch 12,1952 Arkanm Witltrn Oat The n. T. U.'n Mailed high team BlnKle «nrt nerlen of «2-2,:N3 to win all three Kumei from the High Broil* en while ttit lent" 1 * lending Front R u r n f M Mifforrd N 2*1 d r f m t nt the hnrnU nf third place nine K!/tmri, Individual honor* were c A n t u r M ly Krhiirlnii of Ihe High Jlroilrr* w i l n 2Z3-4M. Learwt ttanfllnii From Burneri H. T. U.'* . niue Klame* . ... filch llroilrrn ....... . . 1* tS IS 13 17 1« 13 20 Tommy Upton, ahortslop for tho Wflithlnflton Senator*, U studying »t the University Of Southern Cnll- fornla for A master's degree In mathematics. Extra Interest Anticipated In AAU Cage Meet Four Top Finishers Are Elig ble For Olympic Playoffs Dcnvi'r-Wj-Tho fcif;L Jincl Smith, which have paid l i t t l e heed In recent years, w i l l h.'ivt more roprr- sentation thim i^ver in tho -Ifilh National Armitew Athletic Union (AAU) Baski'lbnl! TbunianK'iil opening in Denver Sunday. Wlllurd Grehn, lonR-tlinn tourney director, twi;iy summed up the prospects for the \vn*k-!onfl meet; "There'll hp wider representation t h a n ever and t h e I'nrnpetflinn w i l l be closer thnn it ha* for years," Ono of the mnln lurrs this time Is that the top Tour teams will q u o l i f y for the playoffs to choose the tCRm that w i l l represent the U. S. in t h u Olympics at Helsinki this summer. Top Air Force, Mnrlnr. nml Army hasketbnH trams nlremly have entered. The AAU tourney offers the solo avenue for service teams tn rent'h the Olympics. More than 30 entries have been filed already mid the number will, approach 50 before the deadline, Grclm paid. The bulk of the teams will come from-the Middle Went mid Western Ktntcs. The champion, if p»st history repeats, will probably come from one of those nrcttx too, Phillips fl6ers of BnrUcsvUle, Okla., have won seven of the last nine tourneys. They were de-, throned lost yeHr,-J?y ( flnn.Biyicifico Stewarts. On tHe.lr sonsoh play, the Phillips club-ihe U. S, Olympic team in 1048---will be the tour-, ney favorites. Phillips won the championship of the National Basketball League, the top AAU league, But five defeats in loop play Indicate Phillips will hnvc rough sledding, One of the chief contenders from among service teams IB expected to be tinker (Okla,) Air Force Base, champions of the U. R. Air Force. Fnr Hie basketball tons that V/I.T." f n r t u n n U 1 enou^fi to J'PC th* F.iyi'i.tcvilie Bulldnt*!, during the :;c'isnn. and for the many new supporter.: thry j.;lined by thoJr piny In tim Mnli* inurnamcnt, w«- r;in think nt no bvi'.c-r expression tif appreciation than a contribution to the f u n d for ae-ncilm.', them IH i h o . NCAA tournament at ft.inhns.City ThcT' 1 Is no t^llini* how many morr» foUcr, would hmv seen Fay- ut'.i.'vilU; phty this f n l l h-vl the statin;? -:p.ici' been avnil.ible at Honi Gym. Mnny nights there y/m 1 f;ir inorp f a n s thnn sfils, - Thf reward:: for attending tha j i;;um ·; wen; of top cnJibcr, too. 1 Few. will f:vcr see n finer game thmi KriyeUr.'vnic'':; win over Fort Smith in Ihi; rnitular season--or \\n victories over Tcxnrkfina and North I.ittlf? Rork in the state tuiirniiment. The Bulldogs rluln'l quite v/ln the Ktate tournament but they iundo a showinj* of real championship cnlibor, nnrt FayettrvUlc can be proud of the way in which it wan represented In the affair. And it is without apologies of nny kind t h a t we ask the city's basket ball fans to contribute to the fund for sviniinc the team to ·KfitiEHs City. Wo fed that more than enough fans' gained more t h a n enough t h r i l l s nnd enjoyment from the pnst reason to pay for the trip nnd still be on the black side of the ledRer. tt "Friends of the team," contacted by John "Red" DavLi (one of the best friends the Bulldogs have) swelled the fund by an additional $100 today and other contribution* were sure to put the fund past the two-thirds mark by this afternoon. · · We cnn say for sure that.jj you want to #ct your share In, Better to it tomorrow, A collection box at Rickctts Drug Store might be more convenient for you than the TIMES office. Glenn Ricketts will bo glad to handle your contrlbu- Uon ( *too. Otherwise, bring or mail your gift to the '"TIMES Basket- bflll Fund." basketball Scores MIT Tourntj- (Qunrltr-Flnali) Dayton fiB, St. I.ouls 98. Ducjuesnc 78, Holy Cross 88. NAIB Tourney (Fin! Round) Southwest Texas 07, Arkansas Tech 53. Lawrence Tech 97, Washburn 80. W«t Texas (18, West Liberty, W. Va., Ofl. Eastern Illinois 113, Huron S n,. 7B. Memphis State 60, Holtlmore Unlv, 30. . ' , . Utah State 8!f, Clarion; Pa.. 68. New Mexico AM 88, Miss Southern 70. Morningsldc 84, Pepperdhic 85. Yale 91, Penn 64. Syracuse 71, Canisius fil. Statistics on the state tournament show four of the Fayettcvllle Bulldogs among the top 15 £corer» I n . , t h e ' t o u r n a m e n t . Pino Bluff's champs.TOlc only two. Jim Reed, P i n o - B l u f f ' s big center, had the high total of 73 points and Monti-, cello's Bale l.nsslter was high In average per game with 21.3 for three tilts. Clinton's Jurtson Avey ranked Ihlrd In total points and second In 'iverngc per game. Fourth high In total points wns Russ McConnoll, with 54 points. His 10.8 average wns high for. Fiiyctlevllle, Bass Trumbo, with ' 48, ranked sixth and Ray flames, with 4B, was seventh. Billy Parker's 29 points was good for 12th spot. · Rogers' Guy Cable was fifth In totnl points with 52 and ranked fourth in average per game. Buddy Bioomfieltl, of Rogers, was Uth on the lotnl point list with 33. Jim Russell will have to show wo hitting In camp games this. spring to be retained us » reserve outfield by the Brooklyn Dodgers. He failed to hi 1 . In 13 trips to the plate last season. lun-Tlll Vinrtjin Blind! Aluminum ami Ducking Awnlni* *l«m!num Wlntmn M« OMr ·crrtits Orrjimfntal lr*n 1«c*ritl*ns ^·rchtt. Fence*, Itatrwayt GABE COOPER 10U 441 *·. L«cmt tvery w* 06 n. 6IGGEH THAN EVE* VALUE, STIll ONLY... |(jl 4/1 «t ITUIGHT »6u'nON WlilSCIT. W «00». 1M STAGO DlST. CO., MANUOn, KT.

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