Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 13, 1952 · Page 17
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Thursday, March 13, 1952
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NIT Spotlight On Duquesne-USalle dash )-../lf*W YpTk-W) : Mlght,v Dufl.u*sne ·'tot* ' Iti M-l season's-, "record ·gainst L«Satle's 'giant-killing Ex- ploferi In the semi-final round of ,tht National Invitation. Basketball Tournament 'at · Madison' -Square Garden tonight. ·' f Daytori, 26-3, surprise runner- up last year,- meets third-seeded St. Bbnaventure 20-5 in the other ·semi-final, The two, winners will . 'go -Into. Saturday's -fjnal with the ;lo«ers- meeting for third place. None of the four ever wop an - NIT, and this "year's cha'mplufi- - -ship is of added importance since - '. th* winner 'qualifies for the Olympic irlalj. starting in the Garden Suggs Rated p an fh er Asravonte *nd Kansas City,. March 29. · · Duquesne, conqueror of ' Holy Grose . : -ln- t h e ' quarter-finals, whipped LaSal)C'by 1J potnts In - Pittsburgh during the regular sea- · son. But supporters of the Phila. delphtsns declare this is a different LaSalle team after seeing the Explorers upset Seton Hall and fourth-seeded St. John's with two entirely different styles of play. "LaSalle has the speed, height , : and manpower to stay with Du' quesne," said Buster Sheary, Holy Gross coach. .Then too, the Diik^s may not be - at, their best physically. Al Bailey, deadly outside shooter, injured his right knee, and Jim Tucker, 6- f6ot-7 rebound artist, suffered a bruised shin against Holy Cross. Both, .however, are scheduled to .play, although Bailey may be . slowed down somewhat. '._ .Dayton will have a decided advantage in height over St. Bona. .ytntulrfe but the Bpnnies have The experience and a defense that lias held, opponents to an average of 55.1 'points per game. Carter Awarded Split Decision Over Rawlings Chicago-m-Lightweight Champion Jimmy Carter registered a non-title victory over tor challenger Luther Rawlings last night on a split decision, Dnlh judges voted for 'Cartel- but the referee voted against him. Rawlings protested loudly at the verdlcti "it was the easiest fight I ever had," he stot-meri. "The judges were watching Carl* r too much. They weren't watching me at all." Carter said there wasn't any doubt in his mind thnt he had wofi. The fight was*overweight. with Caller coming' in-. at 136% pounds and Rawllngs 138. Sttft'TlH Vcnttian (umlpum BfMl Duck'nK Awnlngi Aluminum Wintfnw* and Doer Peneet, Ctiirwiy GABE COOPER Ml M. LMUft In Tourney Augusta, Ga.-yp)-Louise Suggs, whose great competitive spirit has created one of the finest winning streaks in (he game, was No, i ih the field today, as the Titleholders tournament opened. Louise's competition In this tournament, which annually is the first major'meeting of (He ladies, is tougher than ever. But, the rugged little golfer from Carrollion, Go., still Is the pick tg win her second, championship. In her last six tournament showings for individual players Louise has won three limes ind finished second three Jlmes. This record makes her the feminine counterpart of Jackie Burke who has won his last four straight tournaments on the men's winter circuit. The tournament ohds Surday on ihe par 36-36--72 Augusta Country Club course. The 8,619-yard layout never take? a beating. The single ' round . record is 71--thot only twice--by Babe 2ah4rias and Marlene Bauer. ' . The 72-hole tournament record s 298, shot by the Babe in 11)50. Sugar Ray Puls Title On Line Against Olson San Francisco-yty-Bi!. .ir Ray Robinson lays his" middleweight title on the line tonight against Carl (Bobo) Olson far $1. It will be Robinson's first till* defense and first figbt since he regained his crown from Randy Tur- pln six months ago.. Both he and Promoter \Villiam Kyne donated their shares, less $1 each, to the Damon Runyon Cancer.. Fund. However, SUgar Ray drew -47,500 expenses. Olson'will get $9,dOO--$1,500 of :t for the non-existent television rights. He was promised that sum b»fore Kyne learned there would be no TV and no radio broadcast. c iqhts Nioht ..,.. To See Action In State Meet Newport, Ark.-M')-Three teams hsve cleared their first barriers in the Arkansas girls' high schoo! basketball tournament here. Poughkeepsle, Green County Tech High and Hartford won first round games last night to advance to the quarter-finals. Five 1 other first round games are on tap today. The quarter-finals get under way tonight. Lorent Millican led Pough- kecpsie to victory over Parkin 52-34, netting 29 points to gain scoring honors for the night. .Green County eliminated'Green- brier, 34-27. Shirley Havens was high scorer for Green County with 13. Deaha Mills sank 24 points to pace Hartford over Glehd-ale, 45- 3R. First round games today pitted: A s h d o w n against Siloam Springs. Emerson against Seima. Des Arc against Osceola. Greenwood against Bergman. Jurisonia against Carlisle. Poughkrepsie meets G r e e n County in the first quarter-final game tonight, and Hartford will play the winner of the Ashdown- Siloam\ Springs contest. Training Camp Briefs !'£.'. J}0nqW« *» *»»*·-- ^^ | [SPORTS 0^ Cfl -The ' AimeltM frttt' Chicago -- Jimmy Ca,rter ( 136, , New York, outpointed Luther Rnwlings, 138, Chicago, 16, non- title. . S a c r a h i e , n t o , Calif.-- Woody Marner., Oakland, Calif.', outpoint- ed fcnrlque flolanos, Los Angeles, 10, welterweights. Hoppt Rolling Along San Francisco-(/P)-C h a m p i 0 n Willie Hoppe remained uhdefeated in the. world tltfee cushion billiaYd tourney by. baiting Joe Ch6m«co, 50-3B, in 43 innings. P^ICE-PATTON offers Also . . . a complete line of ready-made Flannel Suits 'in tan, grey, blue . . . See .THE SUITS, TO SUIT YOU FOR SPRING at Only Exclusive Men's Store on the Square (By The Associated St. Petersburg, Fla.-(/P)-The New York Yankees today were minus one irtCielricr an- 1 - mighty important one. Yo"ng Billy Martin, who was'slatcd to fill in at 3oth second and third base, sustained two broken bones ih his right ankle yesterday sliding into second for the benefit of a cameraman. He probably won't be able to play until May. Even without the services of the 22-year-old Martin, the Yankees Had no trouble crushing the Detroit Tigers, 4-1. Sarasota. Fla.-fPhTh? Boston Hcd Sox will use rookie pitchers again today In an effort to end their victory famine in the exhibition circuit against the Washington 'Senators. Lou Boudreau has named Jim Atkins, Roily Schuster and Al Sehroll to hurl against the Nats. The Sockers now have dropped four in 3 row, including yesterday's marathon IB-inning loss to the St. Louis Cards, 7-6. Cracienton. Fla.-W)-it'll be Veteran lefty Warren Sp?hn and n)okles Virgil Jester and Murray Wall pitching for the Boston Braves today when they travel to the Lakeland h a u n t s of the Detroit Tigers. The Tribe's exhibition record i ARKANSAS TIMfS, Favttlevlilt, Arkanun, 17 Thursday, March 13, 1952 AGAIN, AGAIN, AGAIN - AND AGAIN? CASEY STENGEL E YANK TRAirliNG CAMP -MeAfeWtSR ·fa THAT FMCU* Control Over Broadcast Of U.A, Game's To Be Discussed Little Rock-OT-A touchy sub-* jcct among radio broadcasters in Arkansas is control over broadcast of University of Arkansas football gamps' and nthr.r sports. For some time, an oil romprmy has | sponsored the football broadcasts ; over a limited n u m b e r of A r k a n - sas stations. This has caused un- hfcpplnes? among the-stallnns left oilt. huring the basketball season. Athletic Director John B a r n h i l l made Razorback basketball games flvallable to all stations. There wns a limited response. l r cr one thing, Arkansas had a losing team. Now, Barnhill would like to **. s is 3-2 after yesterday's 7-5 ver- make football game broadcasts diet over Cincinnati. Mesa, Arlz.-(;P)-The Chicago Cubs, fresh from a 10-2 victory over the New York Giants, play the National League pennant winners again today in .the third game of their sprljig -erics. The Giants hammered the Cubs Monday, winning. 15-3. San DlcKO-H")-Penni-'-anxious ClevolanH planned to give the olt- discusscd trick' knee o[ first base- m a n ' L u k e Easter ,its_, first workout of the season under game conditions today. Big Luke, who thinks he'll hit 40 homers if the knee holds up, has looked pretty spry since he took the brace off ^nst week. St. Petersburg, Fla.-(/P)-A dou- b'2 fracture of the right leg has sidelined Vcrn Benson..of the St. Louis Cardinals. He was in|urcd : yesterday as the Cards Defeated the Boston Red Sox, 7-6." Open to all comers -- for a feu -- If the Southwest Conference approves. This will be one of the chief subjects to be discussed at tiic annual winter meeting of the Arkansas Broadcasters Association hero Monday and Tuesday. Barnhill will speak to the group on Monday. Harold Fellows, Washington, president of tiic National Association of Radio and Television Broadcasters will address the association on Monday; also at a directors' meeting Sunday night, preceding the convention. Another speaker will be Dnrscy Owings, New York, of Broadcast Music, Incorporated. There will be a luncheon Monday to which Governor McMath and Secretary of Slate C. G. Hall have been invited. . . , 'Officers will bo elected 'Tuesday. ' Fred Oaklawn feature Pits Co-Holders Of Track Record j Hot Springs, Ark.-(/P)-The en- I holders of the Oaklawn Park record for six furlongs--Joe Graves and Traveler--clashed today in the featured Moody Hotel Purse. Joe Graves equaled the record of 1:10 in w i n n i n g - t h e M o u n t a i n Valley Handicap last Saturday. Traveler set the mark on March Ifi, 1051. Traveler, owned by Henry Forrest who saddled three winners yesterday, and nallydam w i l l carry the top Impost of I'.? pounds. Others entered include Lnstina War, Sun Tan Gal, Fcudin Fighting, Luckcy PelC'anrt Rulhrcd. Fine Art, owned by Forrest, handily won the featured Little Rock Purse ycsterdiy. fine Art carried 114 poundt over the mile and 70 yards In 1:-15.2 and pt^i $11.60. Second was Swap Out, and Convldadr. w«s i dlslinl third. Forreit'n other two winners yes- tefdiy were Foray Vina in the fifth and Concrete In the eighth, Johnny Berardlno, former In- flelder for the Browns, Indlann and Pirates Is giving up the (tame for ciretr In acting. lie hit enrolled In t dnmi ichool. J. Stevenson, ' manager , of Fayettevillc, is president of the ABA. Arkansas AP will hold their semi-annual session Sunday afternoon. W. V. Butt, Serving Time For Extortion Former O'Dwyer Aide Taken To Sing Sing Prison New York-(/I'i-,Iamr-s ,1. Moran, political associate of former Mayor William O'Dwyer, was taken to Sing Sing Prison today -- still refusing to talk about a $500,000 a year extortion racket. He was placed in a police van in city prison courtyard for the trip "up the river" to Ossining. Morun was first deputy fire commissioner under O'Dwyer, who is now ambassador to Mexico. Moran was sentenced March 4 to i2'/^ to 25 years in prison for extortion and up to three years for conspiracy in shaking down fuel oil dealers. How Ion;; he actually will serve depends in part on whether he finally decides to tell who else might have been involved in complicity in the racket. Morey Tiot For M»dil New Oi-leans-WJ-Dick Coilard of New Orleans, Dale Morcy of Dallas, Texas, and Curtis Person of. Memphis, Tcnn., posted scores of 69 In the qualifying rounds of the New Orleans Country Club invitational golf tournament. general manager of KI,DA, Little Kock, is retiring president. THE MXHATMA -- General | Mintgcr Brunch Rickey, mttch- i leu tppralier of baseball flesh,, «it« obscurely In the grandstand · «nd itudlei lome of the Pitti- burgh or|inlr«tlon'« promising new rookfei at S»n Bernardino, Calif. Rickey It on record tt picking the New York Qlinti to win (he National Leigue pennant again. (NEA) SW Texas And Hamline Appear Class Of NAIB Kansas City - W) - Three-time champion Hamline nnd Southwest Texas State look the best bots In quurlcrflnals of Iho National Intercollegiate N A I B basketball tournament tonight. The first-seeded Hamline Pipers of St. Paul, Minn., and Southwest Texas' unbeaten Bobcats from San Marcos, figure to wind up in the f i n a l s -of the 32-framo meet Saturday night. Coach Joe Hutton's Hamlinc team coasted over Montana State 85-72, in last night's four-game show before 8,000. Southwest Texas outclassed Now Mexico A. and M., 69*52, in an afternoon feature. Southwest Texas plays Lawrence Tech of Detroit in tonight's quarter-finals. Hamline meets Portland (Ore.) University. Other results: Mnrnlngsidc 1)8, Eastern Illinois 113. Portland (Ore.) 72, Memphis State 48. Murray (Ky.) 75, Wpst Texas 73, overtime. Whitworth 72, M l l l i k j n 71. , Springfield (Mo.) 82, Indiana Slate 64. Liwrcnc* Tech 72, Utah State 63. Yale, which forgoes spring foot- hall practice this year, has replaced Colgate and Bates on its schedule with Connecticut and Lafayette. "KNEE FEELS GREAT* Marion Confident He Can Stage Comeback As Brownie Shortstop Los AiiKPloii-MVnifire is r f - ! nno of (ho bi*!?r!t favorites' the «lriiincd rejntcind Jn ll.o camp nf Mottrvl City ever raw can corns the St. I/mi* Hrowns t^vil Mnrty Mnrion, who wa.i "Mr." of Rival Carriinnt ionm.i. is ^fitting around nimbly o» bin 34-.vcar-rilr| Icfls »nd meeting the ball hard In Jntrnsciunri gome*. It Inp'l possible, of course., t h u t Weight Boys Club Special Boxers To Compete In AAU The Fii.vpttpvllle Hoys Cluli boxing team, whose novice and open division performers innde o creditable shtnvlnH ih the slati? A.A.U. meet at Little Rock ln*l week, p,oo« Into nctlnn In thf sm.- clnl weights A.A.U. meot t^in 1'rl- dny and Saturday. About 12 m-in- hers of the team nro expectod tn participate. In other Hull ni'llvltlcK Insl week the j u n i n r li,-i«lu-lba!l tr-.-im, of hiiys 1^ nnd under, downed the Vnn 13ttron pevpnth ,ind elEiHh grnders. 40-1(1. .-it Root G.vm, Satnrd.-ty. Fifteen hoys pln.vr-d for tho F.-iyrltcvlllc nnys Club lenm w i t h 13 of them scoring. Onrjr Crcighloi's eight points was high. The midget tram, tmid" up of lioys 11 nnd unrlor. lost to t h e Vnn nuren f i f t h nnd sixth grmlrrn, '2\18. Qualifying for a trip to the na- tlonnl A.A.U. hosing tournry In 3nston next month was Jim Strut- Ion, of Ffiyotlrville, who won the s f n t e 150-Dound open riivtsioh title. Ken Brnnks, n lit 12(1 pounds, may H!PO he invited to ·eprescnt Arkansas at the nntlunn! tournament. Gcnr fllllcr cnp- ureri a stnln t l l l c in the MT-ixmnd tovlco class for Faycttevlllc. Tho spcclnl wi'lghts tourney will ic held at thr North Little Hock Joys Club, Friday nnd Saturday. Transportation Is needed to tnlte he team down and back. Anyone ntorested In helping out. or who could provide Iransnortntlon to Little Rock this weekend Is asked :r contact Bob Ldgsden, Bnyn Club llreetor, at IOOD-,1. Ijist week only one car was available for .in.ll;- nan team. As n result two of th6 my« had to ride a bus to the ournament nnd one boy was forced to hitch-hike. Henry Koilowskl of Northwestern sot. the fjO-y.ird freefitylt; American swimming record of 22.1 In JD43. It still stands. bad; wlt'i the "nr'.v" Brownies and piny w i t h hl-i old skill and p u l l a lot of customers through the iwioi Such luck an that even llili Vccck doesn't have. Or doca he? The mpre fioufiht of the lonj- le/iBcd' artist out there knocking down drivrs into the slot and con- virtini( ihcm into double plays is so cnli-.-uK-ing th,'it Marion's camp- mSlcs arc almost rcfralrl to ; talk about It. Not so with Marty, himself. He VM you tho old Marion smile which was anilhrr of this trademarks smrl tolls you he's going to play I2S games, for sure, ncfore he's through you find !t very difficult tn doubt him, though you know that ho sat on the henoh all hint smson w i t h a inv,1£j?d knee rif, IT; lrlfii\ hiri'U not too KHC- ivssfiilly. nt rr.nnagins tho Cards. "'I'i'r k n r p frplM" he pays. "Thf-y r u t il (mm and took pieces nT i-;.r! :1 -i;;p f t i . n i ti-rr and here :'U(i i-h-ar ,-intu'M'i tn i-rr" So f a r as I r.-in j"'l il'Fi ,n- ijond m pvcr. Of i.-out'-p, I'm ' I n k i n g things fairly fn:;v. Inn I v.-i'iit the f u l l nine innirr'.T .v-fMar-ldny for t' -1 P first time nnd she 1 rTonfl up jttoat." Hnu- ,-ibimt the 1 old b a i t i n g pyp? Hid hi frcl I'p could nu-ct the hall ·iitiarcl.7 a f i c r n r\l nothing mnrr SPrious littin giving nigns from the diigout? .He hpld up throfj long (InRTf and really grinned. "Tl'nl's all I got--two long tln- !lpi r.iul n triple asalnst the hofirds. M(iyt)P 1 can't keep U,p qultp t h a t pnce, but I'll be willing to settle for a good, sound .'300. Slugger Marion, they call me." lie's kidding us perhaps a little, but the fact Is that a Marlon hitting urnund .275 with hit occasional Inng bail would give a tremendous l i f t to the Hrowns and act n." a wonderful woltling influence on the rookies who will make up much of the team. An Vecck puls It, Just to hrtvc a man like Marion around adds class to a club, no mattur how mUfh or how well ho plays. ·HMMTB Moit Elictrifying Ptrformonc* in Sertcn History! BUSMEN'S HOLIDAY--The crewi of thrM of London'i fumoui double-decker bucet, lty;c that above, Will hiv* * nice holiday In In* United St«te«--driving their bum. The three bum will rnnkt · lour-month tour »l 'the U. S. M part of · " Olenmore At lait-a famous premium quality Sour Mash Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is available at a popular price. 86 4/5 Qt 5O05 U Pi - f $156 1 1 / 2 tt. (Plus S»ki Tax) If TNI OIITIUIII cr fAMOUi MNIUCKt TMIDH* l lllAionl IOUIIOH wmlliT · IOI1llD.iK.ION 6UMMOM DUtlUilHl CO*UM1« ·

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