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Spring Drills End As Reds Win, 27-74 The-University football team* wrote "finis" on its 1952 spring j football "training schedule Satur- ' day with the second of two intra- squad Red-White games. The clash was staged at Little Rock's War Memorial Stadium with the Reds ' winning, 27-14. The Hed team was victorious by a 54-24 s,core in tn.e Tayetteville game held a week earlier. ' 'To no one's great surprise Lamar McHan, quarterback, Lewis Carpenter, fullback, and Buddy Sutton, halfback, stole the show in the offensive department of a game dominated by offensive tactics: . . . McHan, the all-conference back; ,faj!e_d to gain,his usual amount of yardage.'in-carrying the ball on the split-t series, picking up a scant "14 yards in seven' carries. Bill .his passing was sharp as he connected on eight of 11 for 113 yards, his punting was excellent, and his direction of the Red team was the deciding'factor between the well-balanced clubs. '; Carpenter, who ver, will come four more teams for the Olympic competition. LaSalle's youthful, swashbuc- ling Explorers v/ere the first to qualify for a spot in the .Olympic trials. They soundly whipped Day- jtqn, 75-64, in th National Irivlta- om-in^nrE'^entor | li ° n '««uV Saturday year at fullback, gained 58 yards NCAA Eliminations Slated To Start Friday _ New Yprk-WPj-Basketball's na- » tional championship play shifts to the NCAA and AAU competition this week with six berths in tire OJympic tryouts at stake. . The NCAA opens Its elimination play Friday in four cities with 16 teams, 10 of them conference champions, battling for-tht rlfht .to'move on to Seattle for the itmi- finals and finals March 29 and 26. · the winner and runner-up will qualify for the Olympic trials, which get under way in Kinsas- Gltv and New York March 29. From the AAU -tournament, which opened yesterday in Den- I I rushes and banged into the end zone thre? times during the afternoon. He scored the first Red TD on a six-yard buck in the second quarter; bulled through tackle for four yards and a TD in the third psHodranrt took a pass from McHan good : for 14 yards and a touchdown in the last quarter. Sutton, co-captain of the team this fall, and one of the hardest and surest runners to 'appear at Arkansas in many seasons, accounted for 106 yards on 12 carries for an 8.8 yard.average, tops for the -.afternoon! He 'also scored, on i 13-yard jaunt. For the White toam, which again found mistakes costly in attempting to make an offense click for points. Jack Troxell and Bill McFarlatid were among the best. Quarterbacks for the Whites, fialph Troillott and Bob St.'-Pierre, attemnted 26 nasses and completed but eight with each having two Intercepted. The White touchdowns were scored by the quarterbacks. Troil- lett scored first* in the first ouar- ter, to give his mates a brief lead. He .went over from five yards out. St. Pierre raced into the end zone In the foutth quarter from 22 yards out.. Lions To Way lagles In Little Rock Scrap Little , Rock-m-The Detroit Lions and the Philadelphia Eagles will meet'.In: a professional, foot- ball'exhibition game here August ' ' " ' ' ' And a couple of hours later they were joined by Southwest Missouri State of Springfield a'ft-r its 73-114 triumph over Murray, Kay.) State in the NAIB final at Kansas City. En route to the NIT title, La-' Salle knocked over three of the teams which will compete for the NCAA crown--Dayton, DuqUesne and St. John's of Brooklyn. Thtir other victim was. Sefon Hall. Here's how the NCAA will line up 'for the first round, with the quarter-finals scheduled for the same cities on March SI: EASTERN REGIONAL Raleigh, N. C. -- Kentucky ! Southeastern Conference cham pion vs Penn State, selected large, and North Carolina State Southern Conference champion v St. John's, named as an at-larg representative. Chicago --' Illinois, Big Te champion, vs. Dayton, selected ) large and runner-up in NIT, an Princeton, Ivy League tiileholdt: vs. Duquesne, selected at large. WESTERN REGIONAL ' Kansas City--Kansas, Bit Seve champion, vi. Texas Chrlatlai Southwest Conference tltlenoider and St. Louis, Missouri Valle winner, vs. New Mexico A. and M., Border Conference riprneata tlve. Corvallis, Ore.--UCLA. Paclfl Coast champion, vs. Santa Clara selected at largo: ; and Wyomini Skyline Conference champion; vs Oklahoma City,~ named at large. Bottle For The Boll Arkansas', grid season--was arj- .npunced Saturday by Allen'Berry, manager of War Memorial Stadium. "* 200 Attend Restoration Banquet At Springdale x With winners in the quail res-, toralion * project in Washington County named last Friday night a*, 'lie r n n u a l banquet, held in .Epringdale and attended by a ^crowd of 200 pei'GOi.s, a similar cnntest for the new year Is plan- Tied. . It is. the custom to award prizes each* year'for the persons .nirised to have 1 done the most toward quaif restoration. A.U*rtin,v In the TIMES -It o*ys. Veintiim ·HtidJf AlumlPiim unit nuek'ne ftwnittgt Almnifmm Win-i»w» mni Detr Screens .Ornamental Iron *»«or»tions *»reh«§. Fences Stairway* GABE COOPER u» 441 to. Lwilt Emerson Springs In State Mee Newport, Ark.-(/P)-A 45-42 vie 'ory over Siloam Springs has giv en. Emerson the '1952 Arkahsa girls' high school basketball chain pionship. In the finals here Saturday night, Emerson quickly took the lead and held it throughout the game. Nancy Williams was Emerson's hi.ah scorer with 27 pointe. Siloam Springs' Bculah Shook nclted 21 points. Shook, Jetty Marveggio and Lilly Anne Fraley. o: the Siloam Springs team, gained l-state honors. Hot Springs, Ark.-{/P)-Twenty- two three-year-olds . have been nominated for the $10,000 addec Arkansas Derby, feature of the Oaklawn Park's closing day March 29. . . . They are Gushing Oil, Irish Tudor, Red Curtice, Hudgcns, Robert, Cullerton, Smoke Screen, War Antique, Hopcido, Dry Summer, let Ace, Dr. Noddy, Wolfcamp, Trigger Happy,' Seventh ' Son. Thesures, Handsome Ben, Mason County, Fiery Chief, Good Score, Our Challenge and Conwood. WOULD YOU LIKt TO BUY MEAT AT UP TO 50^o SAVINGS? YOU CAN DO IT WITH A form and home fr«ez«r Smart homemskers everywhere are proving the economy of doing thing! the frozen (ocd)' way. Whtn they buy beef, they buy a "side" or "qujmr" -- it 30% to H)% savings per pound. When ehev buy wgeublcs or fruits they buy hy the ·tie or bushel at similar low prices. And you hive all the adnnugci of having a constant food supply. You nuke fewer shopping trips. You're never "ought without a thing in the house" when unexpected guests strive. You i»vc' meal preparation time, (ei more meals' variety and consequent better ditu Laurence Berry (53) left, and Bobby Bcaty (48) rig'n, Southwest Texas State College players try to "talk" Bill Thomas ("[), Southwest^ Missouri guard out of retaining passession of th; ball in the NAIB basketball tournament in Kansas City during n semi-final same-. This Action was taken in the final quarter of a furiously-contested double overtime (tame which finally was won by the Southwest Missouri team by a score o£ 70 to 67. Southwest Missouri went on. to win the championship. (AP Wirepholo). Klner Signs With Bucs At $75,000 For One Season San Bernardino, Calif. - W) r Ralph Kiner, the Pittsburgh Pirat home run slugger, has reason to smile this St. 'Patrick's Day--he's negotiated a new one-year contract for $76,000--making him the third- highest paid player in the majors. Stan Musial of the .St. Louis Cardinals and Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox have-,b'etter contracts than the Buc slugaer who has been writing records since breaking into the majors in 1940. Musial is reported to be receiving $80,000 this season while Williams has tflgned for an estimated *;iOO,000. There's considerable doubt whether Williams will collect. He's due to be called to active duty soon as a Marine pilot, Wife Kills Officer Then Takes Own Life Arlington Mass.-(/P. : -Ll. Col. well Peaster, 50. commanding officer of the Hansrom Air 'Force e, Bedford, Mass., was wounded critically early today by a shot police said was fired by his wife, who then took her own. life. Police said Mrs. Lcona Peaster, !, shot her hubsanf in the chest vith a .38-calibre revolver during n argument in which she in- ormed him she planned to leave. St. Pat's Day At Oaklawn Is Feature Event Hot Springs, Ark.-(/P)-Oaklawn Park ' honored Ireland's Patron Saint today with the St. Patrick's Day Purse. Nine distance runners went to the post in the mile-and sixteenth iaunt, with Henry Forrest's Fine Arts carrying.'top weight of 120 pounds. : Others entered included Endurable, Green Pass, Little Dookle, Genial Jack, Blunt, Amber Miss Blue. Point and Convldado. Emil .pcnnepiark Jr.'$ no 'continued to seC-a hot" pace/fo three-year-olds, winning his sec nnd stakes race of the season her Saturday. Robert won the $5,000 South land Handicap by two and a hal lengths. Littli! Imp was second followed by Dad. Robert covered the mile and a sixteenth In 1:42.1, and paid $4.60 Six-Shooters Give Trouble In Korea Washington-(VP)-Entisted men in .orea who want to tote persona six-shooters are giving headaches o the military and posloffice anc are leading Idnfollt into unwitting n fraction of the law.. Officials said today an incr'cas- n'g number of revolvers and pls- ols have been found^in the mall cccntly, addressed to Mariner nnd 3. I.'s. Relatives try to mail the :uns in response to requests from erviccmen "in the war .zone. Collegians In Opening Round AAU Spotlight Veteran Quintets Expected To Takt Charge Shortly Uenver-(/P)-Collegl8ns had their inning yesterday In the nptning round ,_pf the Natlii al Amateur Athletic Union basketball tournament but today the vetcraii AAU clubs start t a k i n g command. A crew of collegiate stars from Oregon, playing for Panelshake of Portland, cmiftht t h e fancy of Ihf 2,000 first day fans in (he way Ihey disposed of the Springfield, III., Cleaners, 72-54. Another highlight on the seven- game card came in (he 6l,-33 trimming the Denver Jussel Electrics handed the Casper, Wyo., Bluebirds. The Jussc : five includes University of Denver players and Honnie Sliavlik, 6 feet 9 inch center from the East Den 1 er team that won the Colombo high school basketball championship last week. The 10-game schedule today brinfis the co-favorites I'or the title into action for the firrt time, and both appear to have ) sofl touch. The Bartlcsville, Okla., Phillips 66crs, champions seven out o f . the last nine years, play til Billings, Mont., Sheridan E^jiorl ers at 10 CST. The Oakland, Calif., Atlas Pa cific Engineers, \vho are favore ' The trip for th* Fayettevllle High % School basketball teim to Kansas city this weekend Is ill Itt. Hotel reservations have been made at tht Commonwealth, next door to tht auditorium In K»ns»s City, and tht tlcketi r* arranged for. The hotel reservation! turned out to be n fairly easy chore, but tht lick«t« were something else altogether. What with Kansat and St. Louis both In the tournament the ticked for the general public were exhausted weeks ago and the people In charge stated thit about 20,000 requests Kad been lurned down. ' That information came as some. thing of i shock to the folks here trying to arrange the trip. But 'arrangements were finally mad* through one of the local banks, both of which have supported the Urlve admirably ]t seems thai the banks have ity, act in tht door. contacts In Kan«nn City, and th« contact, whtn contacted, contracttd to get the boyt him. Mrs. Peaster died of a.single shot through the heart. HANDY ANDY FOR U. S. - - By Alan Mover HEAP LAWRENCE, FIRST AMERICAN SKIER ev£K TO win TWO OLYMPIC GOt-P APDCD SPECIAL SLALOM TO HER G/AfJT SLALOM Tine OMUHMtUTH TMU W MHWR "ajWCM r«lW num. TMM'I · Ml T* MR IM nwr MM m ttw MU. HOtUND BROS. LOCKER PLAN, ttt WIST DICKSON. W40NI 241 Hi, tnm ftW M ts«f, a? OUGHT TO APP TO HSR. HONORS tfJ UHITSP GTAT0S CHAMPIONSHIPS AT a'onfi \y-th Phillips to take th crown, bow in at 11:30 p. m against St. Louis, Mo. Defending' champion San Fran cisco Stewart Chevrolcts does no play until tomorrow at /:M p. m They meet the winner of today c'ash between Arkansas Colleg of Batesville and the Santa Fe N. M. Sellers. , Forty-six teams are competing The bulky field will be cut to 1 clubs by Wednesday anlk whittle lo eight for Thursday's quarter L'inals. . Other scores yesterday: San Diego, Calif., Marines 70 Voorrjles, Iowa 57. San Diego, Calif., (Grllhalv Motors). 56, Oklahoma City (JeM i-ies Tnlckcrs) 43. Ureeley, Colo., (Coors) -56, Lo Aneclcs (Kelbos) 44. Mcl'herson, Kan., (American Le '/Ion) 68, Memphis, Tenn., Air base 56. Billings, Mont., Sheridan Export ors'79, Jacksonville,' Fla. (Tdwtr Hardware) 63. Bid Ten Cige Schedule is Closed Corporation Chicago-(£j-The Big Ten h« become virtually a closed corpora lion in basketball with the adoption of an It-game conferenci schedule for next season with qnl; four non-league contests permit ted. ' ..' ' The new slate, mapped yesterday by Big Ten coaches and approved by the athletic directors sends every conference l e a n against every other member twlct on a home-and-home basis. Loyalty Pledge Filed By Bill Keltner Benlonville-(Special)-Bill Relt- icr filed his loyalty pledge with he Benton County Clerk, Mrs. Ruth Whnrlon, yesterday as candl- late for constable In Rogers. G. W. Brikes filed .for justice f the peace from Brlghtwater ownship. Mrs. Wharlon said that all the ositions on the Quorum Court In 'sage Township have been filed i for. but that many positions are . s t i l l open in outlying districts. OILY 4 OT/ISR AMfKICM 6IRL6 IVtK fCOtfO /NKWUAL QtYMPIC ' ' CTHHDA Births Mr. and Mrs., Clyde tone Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rone of Springdale announce the birth oi a son, March 1», at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rlackbur* Mr.' and Mrs. Willie Blackburn of West Fork announce th* birth of a son, March 15, at the City Hospital. «« fWM, Stn*MM Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I.orue Mr. and. Mrs. Kenneth Ixigne of Springdslo announce the birti of n ton, March 19; at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mr», Howard Ingram Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ingram of Lowell announce the birth of a daughter, March 16, at the City Hospital. , Mr. »d Mra. Calvin r. rate Mr. and Mrs. Calvin F. Patf ot Rprlngdale announce the birth of a dauihter, March n, at tht Ceun- ty Hospltil, Chtrlei Kossls of Royal Oak, Mien,, had tht best amattur acor« In th« U, S, Open golf 'championship last June. His 2*7 w«s It itrottei b«hlnd th* .winner, aVw Hogan, The rospohEf by the public to the appeal in this column for money wllh which to send the Bulldogs on the trip wu renlly something. The money came in from all Kinds nf folks, in all kinds of denominations, .but with only one reaction: "Those boys deserve Jt. ( " The biggest surprise, and to us as fine a guesture of cooperation as we'vf seen in a long time, was the voluntary contribution offered by Springdale. There is no keener cornpetltlftn in this section of the «t»te than exists between Fayette- vine and Springdjlq--whether It bs Ih high school athletics or for hew Industry. V^hen th« two meet the loss Is a bitter one for the loser every time. And (he spirit of friendliness shown by the citizens of Springdale in this venture is not only a tribute to the fine showinc; tfiad.e by Fayettevlllc basketball team, but also A splendid example of the attitude that would be most conducive to the progress of this area. lOiUHWtST ARKANSAS TIMIS,*. ArkaRMt, Monday, March 17, 1932 COMEBACK SLOW Newhouser Fails Again To Show Winning Form For Detroit Tigers A list of the Springdale con trlbutors follows: J. O. Kelly, superintendent nf schools, The Springdale News, Vol Lester, Don Peterson, D. O. Smith, Barrack F u r n i t u r e Company, Harold "Sonny" Henson, R. W. Godbold, Dan Ingrum, C. L. George and Sons, Sh|rp-Parson, Inc., Joe M. Steele, R. C. B.unch, Larry Deweese, Marie Stetle. Kelley Brothers, Hal Brngclon, Hays Miller, Bryant Motor Company, Car) Watson, E. R. Rltter, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, First State Bank, "The Liquor Store," Waynf W. High, Pioneer Co., Dtan Allen, Jett D. Brown · and Company, Mitchln' Post (Sandy), Ed Cum- rnlnli, Joe McKim, Kenneth Morrli (M and M Oil), Joe Robinson, Bill Eichcr, Carl C. Head Gus Gidson, First National Bank nf Sprlngdal*, Northwtst Transportation Lines, Inc., Bobie Brooks and Roy Bitter. . . . . . . . That'i · total of 3f pfrioni. And Thf top-flight professions! golf ers never get very close to Fay. ettevllle In'their tours across the country. The doml pro tourney Is at Springfield, Mo.', whtre at- ftrripti liave bfen made to build tht Otark dpfn into a top bracket sffflr. As yet, however, the Ojark Open field has bfen relented to the second division drawing only "it leiitr-known mtmbfrt of ihf ·oftailonal contingent. An announcement that Ardmore, Okla., the home 'club for Arkansas' E. J., 'Dutch'' Harrison, will hold a big open tournament this year is now In hand. That doesn't bring the big names very much closer, yet, for Ardmore is i long way olf. But It Is closer nan fit! Louis, Dallas, Tort Worth and about the same as Kansas City. Tht big attraction this year, according to advance publicity, is that all tbt top names will show up for the 115,000 "prlit money at Ardmore. In tbt pah a food number of .top stars bjvi passed up he K.O. me*t. ' Soddltr, Collini In Non-Title Feather Go Roston-Wj-World featherweight hamplon Sandy Saddler meets 'ommy Collins--Boston's hard- Ittlng Irishman ind New England eather king--tonight in, J · on-tltle 0-rounder on a St. Patrick's Day ·rd |t the Garden. Springfield Trips Murray Stale Far NAIB Championship Kansas Cily-M'l-Thi' Springfield (Mo) Stale nnars picked n choice spot In return the Nnllniinl Intercollegiate ( N A I 1 ! ) basketball championship to tho M i d l a n d s . Couch Bob Vnrattn's Mli sourian* not only won the N A I U title but also a bo.rth In (ho Ol.vrn pic.playoffs hy bentinr, Mtii-rn'. (Ky.) State, 73-64. Saturday night A near capacity crowd of 10.0(11 cheered wildly ns the underdog SorlnKfleld . learn, seeded . eighth played brilliantly In winning th 14th Intercollegiate title. In the preliminary for third place, Southwest Tcxns Slate n San Marcos cased over Portlanc [Ore.) University, 7B-H8: It gave the Texnns n 30-1 season record. Springfield will meet the NCAA champion, to bo determined at Seattle,' Wash., March 26, In tho first round Olympic playoffs hero March 29. Big Ten Prexies Give Approval Off-Season Drills Chlcago-(/l)-School presidents of the Big Ten have given a vote of confidence to their athletic lenders while at the name time neatly sidestepping the controversial Issue of spring fontnnll practices. At an unprecedented mcctlnt yesterday the presidents, .ignored ·print drills completely In an official statement. · · * · : :" . Faculty reprrtentlillve^snd'ath- letic directors returned to. their .home bases, to order football workouts (6 continue tricriMuled, ·The drills will follow--the National Collegiate Athletic Association rule which permits 20 days of work In a period of 30 calendar days. .Thus the main Issue between he Big Ten's athletic program and hat proposed by the American Council of Education apparently was dlmolved, not by action ol the presidents but by lack of It. Mr.frta» to t» TIME*-41 ptr* Today's Marktt-- I. Uuls National Stockyardi, Ill.-(/P)- JSDA-Hogs 13,5001 fairly active; irel|hts 180 Ibs up IS to 25 higher an Friday's average; lighter eights tj to JO higher; sows trong to 25 higher; bulk choice 10-210 Ibs 17.!0-«5; latter price aid by shippers and butchers lostly for choice Nos. 1 and nder 220 Ibs; 240-270 Ins full vidlh of choice gradt 18.60-17.95; SO-320 Ibs ie.CO-25; 150-170 Ibs 6.00-17.50; 120-140 Ibs 13.75-15.50; 00-110 Ibr 12.25-13.^5; | ws 400 bs down 11.21-18.00; he vler sows 3.50-15.00; stiff 11.50-13.50; boars IOC-11.50. Cittle 4,000; calves 4jOO; opening low; ftw ittfrs ind htlfjrs on ocil and shipper accounts steady; ood to high ckolc* J2.50-3S.50; Igh choice mixed ytirllngs 13.00 --Tittle rionf on cows; bulls sttady « 25 lowtr; utility ar/4 ccmm«rcl»l I.SO-Z7.00; vtl*c» steady; bulk ood and choice Ii.00-ll.p0; ihott- d prlhot to 40.00;,utility and eon- ·rclal 11.00-20,00. ftp 1,700; tridt opening llow; w icitttrtd lots wooled Iambi Mdy to shippers it 26.00-50; entrsl undtrtene weak to lower. If ever Manager Hed Rolf* of the Detroit Tijeri could use a P i I c h c r-- especially Hal Neiv- houpcr - this IK the year. ' In 1BSI, Jun three o/ his hurlers rniina! e.-l lo brcnk Into double [JKiircJ in the win column, ad oi those Virgil Trucks was hl«-| man with 13. Bob Cain had 1 2 . a n d Krod l-lutchlnson 10. So Ihnt's where Newhouser ramc In. He's 30 years old no*, but H n l f c figured that if he could regain some of his., old form--the | lorn t'.iat won him 29 games in . I04-; the Tigers might make a .ihowinu. Since his arm began to all him, Newhouser has been of l i t t l e use to the Bcngnls -and last year A'ountl up with 6-6. I l n l went six Innings against II,c Washington Senators yesterday and gave Rolfe absolutely no solace. He was banged lor nine hits nnd all the winner's rum In the six Innings he worked. The final count read Washington 6, Detroit 4, .. ' The Boston Bed Sox, wtin looked HS though they were golnf through the rest nf the exhibition season without winning, finally took n decision from th* Cincin- n a t i ricdj, 10-6, aided no llttlf by seven runs in th« second Inning off Herman Wehm'tl«r, T*i Williams. .Walt Dropo and Dick Elsler all hit homers. Nineteen-year-old Johnny Podres lurned In another good performance for the Brooklyn Dodgers as Chuck Dresaen'i men defeated the Mew York Yf»k«M, 7-5. Podres, who' m»;y Itlek, iiirleri five Innings, give up four ills (ind didn't yield t run until two were out In thi ninth. The Boston Braves scored i 1-1 triumph over the St, Louis Cltdl- nals In 13 innings. Ken Helntzleman and K»rl Drews combined to shut out th» Philadelphia Athletics tor the Philadelphia Phillies, «-0. Harry Pcrkowskl, pitcher far tht Cleveland Redi, earned T but- tle, liars In nearly four r«fn · ·crvlcc In the Eunp«tB and F»- clfic war theaters. KEL AWFU11 ·Miiniiiii f\r-~ mamenjf 666 REUIF We hove been appointed distributors of Ruth-Sorry Water Pumps, manufactured by A. P. Ruth i Co. OT Houston, Ttxas. The Ruth-Berry Pumps using 'tho Jft principle for shallow and deep wells art not new pump*, but by proper engineering they havt asttmbltsi o n«w style unit, eliminating many troublesome, coitly dtvlett. Thus making thtm more economical lo Install, lo maintain, and for continuous trouble-frf* operation. Wholesale Retail Dealers Inquiry Invited J. W. Hill Electric Co, WM» Fwfc, Ark.

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