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Arkansas Baseball Team Opens Drills Monday . Arknnsas bar.L-b.ill couch Bill* Ferrcll will have a new field and a few lettermen with which to prejinre lor the season's 19-fiame ·chcdulc when practice opens Monday afternoon. Th» Porker baseball team opens · its season April 4 egainst Oklahoma A. and M., here. With most of the squad delayed in reporting for drills by spring footbnll practice, which ends Sat urday, the full squad will have rnly two and a half weeks to get ready for the opener, A number of rr-V,'.'r'"tc: lor the team have been working. out for several -weeks. Three lettermen are. in line for infield berths and there arc three returning Icttcrmen in the outfield. · Without seeing the candidates fur the. team Coach Ferrcll lists Lewis Carpenter, Jim Kinehart, Francis Long and SHc-p Pry or as the most likely infield combination. Jose Mcrcado, last seasons' third sack' er, will be used us a utility man, probably. Carpenter, Kin chart and ·Mcrcado arc lettermen. The outfield is largely a six- way race between lettermon Hal Pridemori;, Jim Smith and Frank Fischcl, and Johnny Cole, Charles Lutes and Bnb Warren. Pitching, which will bear a large share of the load in the early part of the season as Arkansas has nine .home gamec in 11 days at the out- sot, is in the hands of lettermen AVfilU.T . Kcarns nnd Bob Linebarrier, find newscomers Charlie Brown, J. W. Walker, Edscl Nix and La mar McHan. Lylc Wilkorson is the most likely bet for the backstop position. ,AU the home games will be played on the new diamond constructed this spring .on the lower football practice field, near the tennis'Courts. The schedule: . April 'I---Oklahoma A M, Favetteville. April ?.-- Oklahoma A ' M, Fayettevillo. April 7--Winona St Tchrs. (Min- nnsota*. Fayetleville. April o--Winona St. Tchrs., Fyy- eUcvill". April 9--Buuna Vista College . (Iowa i. FayeUevillc, April 10--Ruena Vista College, FayeUcville. April 11--University of Omaha (Pending). Favetteville. April 12--B r a d 1 ey University (Pending, Faycttevillc. April 1 J --University of .Illinois. Fayctteville. April 18--University of Tulsa. Tulsa, Okln. April 19--University of Tulsa, Tulsa/ Okla. April 24--University of Tulsa. Favetteville. April 25--University of Tulsa, Faycttevillc. - · April 30--University of Omaha, Omaha, Neb. May I--Bucna Vista College, S'.nrm Lake. Town. May 2--Bucna Vista College, Storm ,Lalie, Iowa. May 5 -- B r a d l e y University, Pem-K'III. May (i--B r acl l e y University, j Peoria, 111. | May 7--University of Illinois, I Champaign, III. ' · . There is a 1 possibility that.two 'or three more games may.. be ·cheduled later in the month -pending settlement on dates.: Hamline Ousted By Portland In NAIB Kansas City-t/Pj-There'll be »*-· new champion in the 14th National Intercollegiate (NAIB) basketball tournament for sure and the winner will have beaten the. best field ever assembled for'the six-day small college meet. The Portland (Ore.) University Pilots took care of the old champion by outscorinsj, then humiliating' three-time titlist Hamline Universty of St. Paul. Minn.. 75-67 in the.quarter-finals to the dcli»ht nf 8,000 fans last night.. The Pilots, who came to the tournament with a 21-9 record, will meet Murray (Ky.) State (239) in the semi-final feature at 9:30 p. m. tonight. Murray State dumped Whitworth College of Spokane, Wash., 81-69, but /ailed to stop Hie losers' tall Ralph Poison who poured in 41 points. Meeting in the semi-final opener at 9 o'clock will be the undefeated Southwest Texas State Bobcats, a n d the surprising Springfield (Mo.) State Bears. Siloam Springs Looms As Major Contender For Girls State Basketball Championship Southwest Texas v beat off spectacular rally of Lawrence Tech of Detroit in the 'closing minutes to win 65-57 in the quarter-finals. Springfjnld made ao Inv nrpsslve shewing in eliminating Morningsidp College of Sioux Qity, Iowa, 87-74. Portland put on a typical Har- Icrh Globetrotter exhibition in the Inst five minutes after it had the j game won from a badly flustered " Hamline team. The fans roared as Andy Anderson, 6 foot 4 inch Negro star, performed all of the Goose Tatum tricks and Million Harvest McGil- vory and. Jim Winters entered into the clowning. A different reaction from that of the fans came from Joe Hutton, conch of 1051 champion Hamline. Hutfon commented: "It was a new experience for me in intercollegiate sports. I felt that it was completely uncalled for. It's the first time 'I've ever soon it done outside of the pro- fcssinnal Harlem Globetrotters. "Portland, played a great game and our kids played poorly. I could see no reason for them (Portland) humiliating a beaten team. Had Portland boosted the score to 100 points while playing basketball that would have been okay with us. Newport; Ark. - {/P) - Silo Springs and Beulah Shook are just about the toughest combination in the Arkansas girls' high school basketball tournament here. Miss Shook'scored 64 points in two games yesterday to put her team in the semi-finals. Siloam Springs meets Poughkeepsie in the first semi-final game tonight. Siloam Springs ousted Hartford, 60-47, in a quarter-final contest last night a; Miss Shook netted 32 points. Earlier yesterday, she scored 32 points as Siloam defeated Ashdown, 54-45, in a first round game. Poughkeepsie downed County Tech High, 47-28, in another quarter-final game last night. First round of the tournament was completed yesterday .afternoon when Emerson defeated Selma, 38-32. In other first round games, Osceola defeated Des Arc, 44-30, and Greenwood beat Bearden, 4643. ' , · ·urines* L sag IIP Ferguson 3 vJjialpria d e f e - ' f e r i league leiidint! Mcllroy Bank. 3-1. 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Shaving Cream tUHMNTKl Fill IllltlMllM ·r Elkins Elks End Season With Boys And Girls Games The annual game between the out-going and the in-coming.teams .was played Tuesday night at Elkins. The team members for this game arc made up of seniors who graduate from the out-going team and those who will make up the senior learn ne.'it year. This is the last gam? of the season for the Elks, whose girls won the conference, and whose boys tied with Prairie Grove for the conference title. The Elks will lose many of their players. For the girls Joann Cole, Jackie Williford, June Counts, Mary Davis, Frcida King, a n d Florence Jordan. The girls outgoing team won the opening game by a score of 34-SO. Crle and Williford both, tied for top honors with 17 points each. Ledt'ord was high for the in-coming team-with 12 points. The boys team will lose Bobby Joe Atha, Paul Loguc, Dale Copeland, Billy Bell, Dan' Alien Spen- car. Jack Blevins and John Layton. The out-going team won the game by a v'ery large margin of 04-37. Atiia was hif]h for the winners with 35 points, gho'.valte' was high for the in-coming team with 16 points. rights Lost Niaht (By The \ssoclated Press) San Francisco--Sugar Ray Robinson, 157, New York, outpointed Curl (Bobo) Olson, 159, Honolulu, 15 title. Portland, Maine--Charley Gou- larl, 160, Cambridge, -Mass., stop- ted Johnny Peverada, 156, Portland, 2. New York--Danny Ja Perez, 134, New York, outpointed Don Bowman, 131, Cliffside Park, N. J. 8. Lambert And Lashby Top Hog Scholars Two Fayettcville boys and S Canadian topped the Ecliolarship lists for basketball, football and track men at the University this past fall. The grade point announcements were made this morning. Eugene Lambert. Jr., a business major and a junior in school, compiled a solid string of A's in his final fall semester work and has a 5:57 .average for his two years and a half of college work. His transcript shows 28 A's and only seven B's for that period of time. Lambert is a two-year letterman in basketball. Fa.vetteville's David Lashlcy. who like Lambert is a product of i Faycttevillc High School, ranked ' on the honor roll with a 4.73 cumulative average to lead the gridders in bookwork. Lashley is majoring in industrial management. He is a football letterman. In track Hick Heber, of Canada, is showing the way in scholarship. The distance runner from Winnipeg holds a better than B-averagc with a 4.87 mark. The overall scholarship, average of the athletic scholarship men was 2.20, which ranks above the student body average of about 2.08. Other athletes making better than B averages were: Charles Hallum, Wayne Watkins, Dean Pryor, James Kolb, Larry Hogue Jim Tennison and James. Bean. Porker Golf Team Back In SWC For 1952 The Arkansas golf team resumes play in the Southwest Conference this season after a two-year layoff. The Porkers, with only one letterman -- Mike Clifford -- on hand, are- coached this year by Boh Zander, home professional at the Fayetteville Country Club. The last time Arkansas competed in the SWC round-rot)in they finished third behind Texas and Rice. But the Hogs had four-man squad of lettermen that season. This year the team will be composed of four of the following, with two alternates: Clifford, E. B. Wins Short G»mr San f rancisco-(/P)-Jay Bozeman, Vallejo, Calif., defeated Irving Crane, Binghamlon, N. Y., 5023 in 23 innings equalling the record for Fhortcst game in world tournament play. Babe Leads With 74 Augusta, Ga.-(/P)-Mrs. Babe Zahnrias took the first round lead n the Women's Tltlcliolders golf .ournament with a 74. Dick Groat of Duke will receive the Anthony J. McKclvin Award as the 1951 Southern Con- fcr,cncc "Athlete of the Ytar" dur- ng the annual conference cage tourney at Raleigh In March. When Michigan State's basketball team defeated Notre Damo, 66-52, «t South Benri thli season It snapped a 20-garnc home victory ilrlng for the Irish extending to 949. Seven ot Pr«ichfr Roe'i 1051 victories were by one run. In none of hU three IOMCS wu he knocked out of th« box, Gee, Jr., Jim Billingsly, Tom nancy, Charles H'Doubler, Waller Camp, Miller Barber, Tom Short and Herman Shirley. Tryouts for the positions on the team will be held next week and probably will be on a medal play basis. The schedule: April 2--University of Missouri. Columbia, Mo. April 4--B a y 1 o r University, Fayetteville. April. 8 University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Okla. April 17 Rice Institute. Houston. Texas. April 18--Texas A. and M., College Station, Texas. April 21--University of Texas, Faycttevillc. April 28--Texas Christian, Fort Worth, Texas. April 29--Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. May 9-10--Southwest Conference Meet, Dallas, Texas. (Tentative date with Oklahoma A. and M. to be arranged). Thirty-eight nvmbors of the University of Alabama 1051 football sqund received varsity letters: Only ten were seniors. Kell Says He Plans To Alone For Poor Year tiger Star Feels He Can Make Better Record This Season lakeland, Fia.-OT-aoorgc Kell declared 'today he is o u t ' t o atone for a "disappointing" 1051 season and is serving notice he has set. .his sights on the American League batting title. The sandy-haired Detroit Tiger star claims he had a poor year at bat and in the field the past season. All Kell .hit ir 1951 was .319 and his :960 fie'.ding percentage led all. the third basemen in the circuit. Most any other third-sacker \vould give up a month's salary Lo have such a "poor" year. "I feel I had a bad year, figures to the contrary notv/lthrtandlng," baseball's top hot corner guardian insisted. "Even when 1 w lead- Ing the league in batting with only three weeks to go, I knew that I wasn't hitting we'll. I didn't get. hose extra base hits. "Just look at my runs batted in totals. 1 drove in only 59 runs. That's about half as many as 1 knocked across in 1950. Xell had 101 RBIs in 1950. "My fielding average was 22 points under my 1950 mark ot .982 and I committed more than twice is many errors--20 to 0 than the orcvious year. Don't ask me why. just don't know. Kell, whose 343 mark in 1949 enabled him to nose out Ted Wiliams for the batting title, thinks le has a good chance to top the Jailers again. Kell, who spent a busy winter dividing his lime betwee.i cattle ranch and cotton rarm in his native Swifton, Ark., believes the Tigers arc the only am among the five top contenders to show any improvement over last year. Joe Graves Cops Six-Furiong Dash At Oaklawn Park Hot Springs, Ark.-(.1')-A f i v e and a half furlong dash that may provide some material for the $10,000 Arkansas Derby featured today's program at Oaklawn Park Fifteen three-year-old^ were entered -in the featured Camden Purse, headed 1 by Lawrence II Thompson's Smartjax, Mrs. M. C. Eckert's Den-Cal, and Mrs. Emil Denernark's entries of Oil Countess and Sky Tiger. Others entered were Black Bantam, Thistle War. Star Wish, Eternal Tempo, Firey Chief, Wolf- cainp, Fasamonte, Rolling time. Ogmatic, Hopeidc . and Seventh Suri. Eighteen four-year-olds and up were entered in the secondary feature, the 6-furlong El Dorado Purse. Jockey Mclvin Duhon took Joe Graves to the outside in the stretch, and the co-holder ot Oaklawn's record for six furlongs put burst of speed to win the Moody Hotel Purse yesterday. Sun Tan Gal was second, and Ball^dam third. The winner paid $0. Sugar Ray Decisions Olson In 15-Rounder San Franclsco-OT-Mlddlewelght Champion Sugar Hay Robinson successfully started his series of monthly title fights by defeating Carl (Bobo) Olson last night. The tap dancing master of the 160-pound division had to travel at top speed to'score a 15-round unanimous decision o v e r his younger rival. He next defends against Rocky Grazianp in Chicago April 16.and against Paddy Young in New York May 16 "if I still have the title." Robinson, obviously tired after exchanging punches with the uggcd 23-year-old Honolulu-born Ightcr, said he finished in good londition. Proceeds went to the Damon Ftunyon Cancer Fund. Robinson ontributcd his purse, Slater Martin, pint-sized bas- [Cthiill star of the Minneapolis jakors in the NBA, prefers, to be rilled "Dugan" Instead of Slater. ·reading oil rtcordi et N. Y. Roxy Theatre! MARLON IRANDO · JEAN PETERS 'VIVA ZAPATA" In color by Technicolor Training Camp Briefs Mesa,,Ariz. -(/!')- The Chicago' Cubs have decided to train at Mesa again in 1953. VVId Matthews, Cubs' personnel director, said yesterday Ihe club had reached an agreemcnl for 1953 with the Ho Ho Kam Club which hosts the National Leaguers here. The agreement includes an option for 1854, Matthews said. Pasadena, Calif.-(/}')-With. rail spoiling yesterday's scliedulec Chicago White. Sox-St. Louis Browns exhibition game, big news in the Sox camp here was the acquisition of a pitcher. The Sox got lefty nill Kennedy from the Browns for what general manager Frank Lane called "considerably more than the $10,000 waiver price." -Kennedy, 31,. won one and lost five for the Browns last season. Phoenix, Ariz. -(/P)- More work Is in store for the Big Four of the New York Giant pitching staff of Larry Janscn. Sal Maglie, Dave Koslo nnd Jim llcarn. "From now on I'm going lo rotate the big fellows and let them go four, five, and six Innings and so on until they make the full nine inninjr.y," manager Leo Durocher said. "But I don't want them to go nine innings too many limes before the season starls. We may have made a mistake In that respect last year." Miami, Kla. -I/TI- Rookie 'right- handers John Rutherford and Ben Wade are making strong hlds to stick with the Brooklyn Dodgers relief pitchers. Both impressed manager Chuck Drcs.iL'n the other day with their clutch pitching against the Philadelphia Phillies. Clyde King was :he Dodger bull pen ace last year, but tired, toward the end of the season and could have used some relief himself. Miami, Fla.-(fl')-At the rate Rookie Andy,Carey is pounding Ihe ball he appears a cincli to win !he third base job on the New York Yankees. Carey, with only one season of professional, baseball under his iclt is moving along at a .529 clip with nine hit« in 17 trips to the plate. The 2I-ycar-ol I $65,000 bonus baby socked a single, double and triple yesterday as the Yanks dc- 'catcd the Philadelphia Athletics 11-8. St. Petersburg, Fla.--A couple of injuries will put Red Schoen- Neineke Leads Dayton Into Finals Of NIT Flyers To Oppose LaSalle In Clash For Tourney Title New York-(/P;-About five years ago a tall D»ylon, Ohio, yaungiter, ineligible for high school basketball In his senior yciir and unnoticed by college scouts because of his awkwardness, was "borrowed" by an Independent te»m for a game against the Phillips Oilers. The boy. Don Melneke, played for a while against 7-foot Bob Kurland and the formeroklahoma A. and M. star gave him. a few encouraging words. Don went on Dayton University coach. Today Melneke Is the second-1 highest point getter for three years that major college basketball hns 'produced. Tomorrow he'll leac the Dayton Flyers ngyinst LaSalle and its fabulous freshman, Tom Gola, ill the final gome of the National Invitation Tournament «t Madison Square Gordon. LaSalle and Dayton completed the rout of the tournament's seeded learns b e f o r e 17,131 screaming fans at the Garden last night. The LnSallo Explorers hsnd-ed top-seeded Duquesnc Its second defeat of the season, to 46. Then Dayton, a finalist year, ago, came on to whip third- ranked St. Bonaventurc, 09 16 02, Melneke, on performance and statistics, stole the semi-final show. The 6-7 senior scored 25 points. He controlled the backfboards on rebounds and outplayed St. Bona- vcnturc's tall man, Bill Edwards, on defense. Last night's 26 points made him the tournament's high scorer with 71 for three games and ituvc him three-year total of 1,809. That surpassed the former record of 1,788 by Jim Lacey of Baltimore Loyola, which was broken this year by Dick Groat of Duke. Groat finished his collegiate career with 1,888 points, » mark Melneke might conceivably equal. After tomorrow's final, Dayton will go Into the National Collegiate AA Tournament us one of the "at Inrgc' 1 teams and can piny many as four games there. KMrHWUTVUKANSAS TIMIS, raytntvM*. Friday, Worth 14, 1913 Four Eastern Schools Round Out Field For NCAA Tourney fnllftfl* fivlh HHIBJJB JlAIII ln AIC - Fl «' ln dlenst at shortstop for the St. Uuis Cardinals against the Washington Senators today. Solly Hemus has a lame right elbow and tommy Glavlano a spiked finger. Wllmcr (Vinegar Bend) has been named starting against the Senators. Mb.oll hurler ClearwMtnr. Fln.,-(VP)-Tcx,'iK may be the next «nrlng training host of the Philadelphia Phillies, · Club President Bob Carpenter indicates he .Is not too pleased with weather cnndtkma and facilities In Clearwatcr. Mnln and strong winds from the gulf have lindered training. sessions considerably this year. The club's 10-year contract with the city of Clearwator has three rears to run and Carpenter gays may t|icn take the club lo somewhere near San Antonio, Texan, Balcsvllle. Ark.-(P)-Thc bent Arkansas College could do this season in the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference, basketball rare was finish, sixth, but. fie Highlanders, are the AAU champions of the state. Arkansas College won the right to represent.Arkansas In the Na- lionnl AAU loimniin!:nt in Denver by defeating the 13. J. Pcarce Lumber Co., of Scarcy, 63-31, last night. The Denver tourney begins Sunday. Frank Eddolls o; the New York Rangers this, season played with Saskatoon of the Pacific Coast Ijeaguc and Cincinnati of the American Hockey League. BOWL KOH HEALTH Jim Uenton Bowline lanes. Adf · Chicago-f/Pj-The National Athletic Association's b « « k t . b a l l championship Held of 18 wai complete today with the addition of four Eastern »ehoo!«, but one offlcicl *ald the selection sr- tcm should be changed. . ' The NCAA . lasl - nljht; »n- noimcud the choice.ot P«hn State, Dayton, Duquf»n« »nd St. John's in "at - l a r g e " representatlvfs, meaning they do . not rtprwnt any particular conference.:.' . The four rlewcomer'i; plui. Sf,nti Clara and Oklahorr.t ' Citjr-r-»i»o Independent" and chosen' 1 ' "at large"--thus Join 10 conference champions for tournaments leading to the national championship. Howard Hpb«on, Yale University basketball coach who,served on the Selection Committee which picked the four Eastern schools, ttald he did not agree with the choices., He «Hld the NCAA's «rl«iiul plan of conducting: bisketbtll playoffs on a regional basis should be restored and that he would recommend this to th« NCAA, KELt JSL SAYS: ChiUt' Bkdtt hit AMM m m timt! "After · tough Ijalt ··mt, nothing pep* nw up'IUu · I sliower ami · freali, clotm, smooth ah*vt with · C ' Razor nindn. I .witched to ChlUli' bmuM ChlKY I co»t leai. yet give me · imoother thaw. 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