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Arkansas Five Loses In A A U Tournament; Oilers Advance Denver - (/)') - Twenty-six teams · from 14 states; including all. the pre-meel favorites, were still in the'runnlng as fie National Amateur Athletic Union Basketball '.Tournament moved toward completion of. first round play today. The Bartlpsville, Ol;la., Phillips ^ fifiers ran Up the biggest score of Mahan, Watkins Win Special Weights AAU Boxing Titles .·he two-day old tourney by plas- ' tering Billings, Mont.,' 1)1-15 last , nighi.. T h e - O a k l a n d , Calif., Atlas Pacific Engineers. co-favorite with 'Phillips for the title, hovetl aside SL.'Louis, Mo.,. 01-41, - f o r the . meet's, second high score. The . Phillips club, champion seven out of the last nine years, Oakland . and four other teams have advanced into tomorrow's · second field oi 10' teams. Ten games today will advance 10 other teams into the second .round. The quarter-finals are Thursday. Winners of the four quarterfinal games'will q u a l i f y for the playoffs later,this month to select the U.S.'team in the Olympics at Helsinki, Finland, this summer. Phillips,"the U. S. Olympic team in.'1918, gave every indication they want the honor again as they smacked the outclassed Montana five with a dnzslinc display of power and precision. Joining Phillips and Oakland iu the second round with victories yesterday were Los Angeles Fibber McGee and Molly, Warrensburg, Mo., Plaza Howl, Milwaukee Allen-Bradley. D e n v e r Jusscl Electrics ;-nd Sah'ta Fe, N. M., who ousted Arkansas College of Batesville, 60-51. The last of the seeded learns bow into the tourney today. De- fenriinjf* champion San Francisco ' Stewart Chevrolet is matched against the Santa Fe, N. M., Sellers. The Pepria, 111.. Caterpillar Diesel, seeded fourth, play the San Diego, Calif., Marines. The U. S. Air Force Championship team is entered as the 33rd Air Division team, although most of the players arc from Tinker Air Base at Oklahoma City. Not white, not wheat, not rye, hut a flavor blend of all three-Junge's Ho'man Meal Bread. ;i-19-tf Six Faycttcville Boys Club boxers fought their way into the last two rounds of the state AAU spe- eial- weights boxing tournament at North' Little Dock last weekend, .Club Director Bob Logsdori. reported yesterday. Two of the Fayetteville boys won championships. There were 65 entries, f r o m throughout the state. The Fayettevllle champ's were Johnny Marian: who Won .'four bouts on his way to' the 88-pound title, and Archie Watklns, 1TI5- pnunder. Marian scored three decisions and 'one TKO in gaining his crown. He decisloned Billy Burden, of Oark in the finals, Watkins rieclsioned Frank Knopf, of the .Little Dock Boys Club in the finals of his division. Eleven · boys represented the Fayellcville Boys Club at the tournament. ' . Saturday afternoon the Boys Club basketball team split a Iwo- Kamc set with Van Buren. The juniors (13 years old and under) downed the Crawford County five, 38-14. George Lewis, J o d i e Crumplcr and Howell Trumbo led the attack. Lewis made 13 point and Grumpier and Trumbo picke up seven each. The midgets, paced by Jim Co and Terry Foringer with six point each, lost, 31-19. Sun-Tilt Vrnction Biindi Aluminum and DucKing A\vnlnc* Aluminum Window* and Door Scr*ent Orr amenta I iron ^ccoratiant f*orchc» t Fcnc?f, Stairways GABE COOPER Phono 1016 441 So. Locuil When buying a Hearing Aid look for /lift dcccpfance Seal fn9 American Modkci Ai;oc;ali' . Cowici'f on Fliysiccl Med/cm« and fief Ask your Physician! This fldvcrliBerr.snt is being run «8 a service to the hard-of-hcaring by ihs makers of high-quality, low-cost HEARING AIDS , txmf Only ?^p5) each tone Conduct/on Devicti i.mi!M, al Moderc.'c fxlro Coil EASY PAYMENTS DICKSON PHONE 17.42 Jockey Scores Triple Win At Oaklawn Track Hot Springs, Ark.-W)-Ten Ar kansas Derby candidates went t the .post today in Oaltlawn Park' featured Eastern Arkansas Purs over a mild and 70 yards. The event marked the Oaklawn debut of War Antique, one of Rev eric Knoll Farm's three Kentucky Derby cliglbles. Others entered included Hud gens, Good Score, Mason Counlj Comwobd, Seventh Sun, Jet Ace Firey Chief, Handsome Ben, Ho paido, Pasamonte, Our Beauty Big Mo and Very Special. Apprentice .ioclrey Johnny Heck mann, a contract rider for Mrs Einil Denemark, brought horn three winners yesterday to score the first riding triple of the season here. r - JTeckman was in the irons'on the daily double winners--Eagle Lady in the first and Kapistan in thi second--and Herione in the 6ev enth. His mount in the fifth race Cotton Joe, finished second. Team and Yount Stable's Blun' surged ahead in the final furlong to win the featured St. Patrick's Day purse. Blunt registered over Endurable and Blue Point. His time over the mile and a sixteenth rotlte through a drizzling ruin was 1:44.5, and he returned $40.60. Curt Simmons May Get Release From Army Next Month Washington-(/P)-The Army said today that Curt Simmons, star lefthander for the Philadelphia Philliesi "could very well" be released from military ser.'ice next month. . If this were to come about, the young pitcher . from Egypt, Pa., might be available to the Phillies at or around the time of the start of thn National League season. An Army spokesman said, however, t h a t the decision about Siin- mnns is up to the command of the 28th Division, now on duty in Germany. Simmons was the ' first major eague player to go on active duty in the Korean war. He was called up when tlie 28th Division (,f National Guardsmen in Pennsylvania was federalized late In 1030. Lost Philad ;lpr.ia -- Harold Johnson, 178, Philadelphia, outpointed Clarence Henry, 188, Lbs Angeles, 10. Pravidence, R. I, -- Rocky Castcl- lani, 158, Luzcrne, Pa., outpointed Ralph Zanclli, 153, Providence, 10. Hat's why Stag is so smooth...so [SPORTS' IORTHWEST ARKANSAS IIMIS, Foyerikville, Arkanin. « Tutiday, March 18, 1952 FROM .282 TO .344 Fain, Batting Champ Of AL, Says He Found "Secret" Last Season Johnny Mohan Hoppe Drops First Match In Current Billiard Tourney San Francisco - (/P| - A ' litlle known San Franciscan last night handed perennial champion Willie Hoppe his first defeat in three years in a world three-cushion billard tournament. Ray Kilgorc, 40, a 10-point or 5 to 1 underdog, defeated the 84- year-old Grey Eagle 50-47 in n lense 53 innings. He had to overcome hoth his own nervous' pressure,'which built up heavily toward the finish, and an exlrcmely "irht Hoppe defense, The combination was so terrific that Kilgore scored only two points In a 12-innlng stretch. 'Meanwhile the champ pulled from a 36-4," deficit into a_ 47-47 tie and many fans feared R'ny had cracked under the- strain. But the well-liked and/lotidly- npplauded Irishman answered the champion's tying 4-run with two billiards of his own. And in the next inning he made another. The loss dropped Hoppe into a 5-1 lie for first place \vilh Kinrcy Malsuyama of Tokyo. Snead, Hogan Top Fielc| In Florida Meet Palm'Beach, Fls.-(/P)-Thc re- urn of Ben Hogan and Sam Snead o active, golf competition nttracl- pd a major share of allcnlion today is 50 pros and amateurs teed off n the opening round of the $10,O Seminole tournament. Hogan has been inactive for cveral months. Snead's.last major ' rnamcnt was the Miami Open n December. These two veterans and a young 'cxan who has been burning up he winler circuil, Jack Burke, 'ere the' favorites in the two-day 6-hole Seminole. 1 Burke won the ast four 72-hole lournments at louston, San Antonio,' R a t o n lougc and St. Petersburg. Loyri Mangrum, who swept, the op cash prizes in the Seminole ast year, is not entered. Among the amateurs i r f t h e field i . s the Duke of Windsor. I ,,-...., .. ._ Cary Middltcoff turned in the B O W L I N G tost sensational practice round, ten-under-par (12 for the heavily rapped course. Playing in a four- ome with Middlecnff were Hogan, dio fired a 65, and Burke and :iaude Harmon, who shot C7s. The foursome's betl ball 30-2[i -56 ,was believed a record low or the course. By JOE RKIl IlI.EIt West Palm Beach, Fla.-(/P)- Fcrris Fain, fearless first baseman of the Philadelphia /'thlelics gulped down his coffee, chuckled aloud and cracked: "If I lud realized II was going feel so good. 1 would have started hilling like lhat much sooner." .Fain referred, of course, lo his jailing mark of .341 last season. *fot only was thai figure enough o lead Ille American League, but t marked the first time ho had ever topped .300. Hoiv could Fain, better k n o w n r his cleverness a n d ' adroitness around the bag than for tils ability t the plale, account for his sudden batting prowess? What is his secret? "That's risM," Ferris acknowledged. "It is a. secret--a trade secret. I learned something about hitting last year t h a i I didn't know before. I am going lo apply the same technique this year and hope it works out as well. I won't (ell what II is hut it has nothing In do wilh a new stanre, a new bat or anything like tiint." Being moved up lo second spol in the baiting order also helped him raise his average more than BO points, Fain said. A c t u a l l y he wciil. from .282 to .344. ' "Up unlil lasl year, 1 was baiting Illirri, fourth and f i f t h " Ferris explainer!. "I was C" ccted (o provide the long ball, hit the bore runs, drive in the runs. I simp! not thai kind of a hitler. I r hit a home run occasionally, bti I'm just nol big enough, nor do have the power to hit Ihe hall ou of the park wilh any decree o consistency. 1 believe I ,vas hurl ing the club as well as rnysel balling In and around Iho clean up spol. "Last year thoug^ with tin coming of blfi Uus Xi".'al, Dyke (Manager Jimmy Dykes) was it position to take me out of th cleanup spot nnd put me where belonged all Ihe time--second." IBC Faces Antitrust Suit Over Control Of Champions Hearn, Kennedy Hurl No-Hitter At Chicago Cubs (By the Assnrlalrl Prr«) If you t h i n k no-hit MJintrs are a rarity d u r i n g Ihe rcsular sc:-i praclli'cs. The son, lonk at the record d u r i n g the promoU'r". exhibition can',.pftlKiiK 1 When ,lltn Hearn mul Monk' Kennedy joined forces lo sol the New York-MVThe Intmmllnnftl Fluxlntf Club, which ha* corvtinft. 1 ; with cvnry world champion from fcathmvpl.'jht to hrnvywrtuM, -today w;is f ncrvcl witli thy bl^^;.il fight of 1U thrfi-ycar career. The government, f fieri n rlvil anti-trust s u f t ;i;£ainr-t the tlul yt'slortfiiy m a i n t a i n i n g the JHC Is cons pi ring to. inonopfilh'j rhfiio plonnHp fights In the Unlk'rl Suites. Conuncntlii/; un th" net ion in \V;iKhim;l'm, Allurm-v C.oncnil .1. HtmviiY.1 M c C i n U i K i i d I h o s u i t fe Intern!* 1 :! to remove monopolistic public, rnntu.ilnnt.t, ' nirlfo inM teU'vi-; in t such Weather Dampens Tribe's Enthusiasm For California As Training Location By GAYI,E TALBOT- » Lbs Angeles-M'Mn view of the ivealhcr around · these parts foi Ihe paijt week, the question nf whether Ihe hig leaguers will be able to make out-a 'S3 exhibition schedule al today's meeting here appears to be purely academic. The Cleveland Indians have been wandering around the coast for days, getting in a game only now and then between the, ah, showers, 'fhoy estimated they had lost over $7,000 in potential hibition receipts by the time they dripped in here yesterday and wrung out their uniforms. The Giants have moved over from Arizona for a quick riffle up ibjy.coa.st .to . San. Erandsco, and Malinger Leo Duroiher still has Iho same problem he had when he opened camp, three weeks ,-igo -filling Eddie Slanky's shoes at second base and »t lead-off Ihe baiting order. Dnvey Williams is fielding bea.i- lifully and making Iho double play possibly heller loan Slanky did, but he still can't hit. Boh'-iy Hofman; an "almost" big IcaRuer for Ihe past three years, mlghl ycl beat the bonus boy out, or n't least sp'.il the Job with him. "Whilcy noclunan is trying manfully 4 lo lake Stanky's N'o. 1 spot in Ihe lineup, bul he has been slow finding his b a t t i n g eye and isn'l a heavy enough hitler, anyway, lo scare pitchers into civing him walks. Leo plans to give Hank Thompson, his Ncqro t h i r d baseman, a shot at the second-bare chore soon. Hank .dr.esn't much like the Idea. Tommy Byrne, whom Iho Yanks finally passed on to Ihe St. Louis Irrwns last sinson because his lock of control gave Manager Cnscy Stengel kidney stones, is a happy athlete at the prosiect of steady work and feels tills is the year ic will live up lo every promise. "If I don't do it Ih'ls lime, I icvcr will," mused the handsome cflhander. "I honestly t'link I'm Boinq lo have a big year. My control seems sharper than it ever d i d ' before .at this lime and my fast h a l l '·· moving around. That's neen one of my troubles, rcnlly t h a t my fast one do^s too r n n y different thinss at t ; 'nes for the umpires lo follow II." Mentfly Ladies Ltagut Tri.Sl.ilr Sale. ..£. a crt O. K. nnrl Mllnity :-l lo lin',1 in Ica SUC IcM Mlvrrnnn's snlnr-l a point lit the riinnrr-iip pnilltnn l;,k m nil Hirce ain?T [row Cnniohcll-Ucll. Glenn's O ' l r y imtle a r.-Acep ovrr Rpnfon'n Sinrk Hnr v.-hl 1 '! Wnrrt'« Ice Crami Ifok n/.firk rv.i'icn :'-!. Thr other m i ; r h ' r'-siillrd in n 3-0 w n (or \Vnll S'r.-c-l Ei-n m-ir Mol.sum Mre.ld. Ozork elcnncn hntl htfjn te.-tm r?r es Saddler Gets Off Floor To TKO Collins B o s t o n -M 1 )- World featherweight champion Sandy Saddler bounced bnck from' his first knockdown by 'n featherweight In 143 bouts to w h i p Irish Tommy Collins of Boston last night In a furious slugfcst. A St. Patrick's nlshl crowd of 12,070 leaped miirlni; to Its feel cheering Collins when he dumped the.-New Yorker on - t h e canvas with a solid left halfway through the firsl round, hut the 23-vcar older didn't have the artillery to beat the veteran lltllst. liefcrcc Joe Zapustas slopped In and halted the fight at 2:30 of thi fiflli round a f t e r Ihe Bos-Ionian-holder of the New England featherweight crown--hart been floored three limes in that session. II was a schedule! 10-rounder. \ Saddler had Collins against ihc ropes under a savage iwo-flslctl attack thai climaxed nn action- packed belting spree between the blood-covered boxers. National JC Cage Tournament Opens Htilchlnson, Kan.-:/I'j-Hcglonal winners from 13 slates o.-en.,cnm- pclitlrm today for ..the .National Junior College Alhlclic Association basketball 'chnmr.lonshlp. The first game in the double- e l i m i n a t i o n tournament pitted nibbing. Minn., against Campbell College of Huics Crec":, N. C. The 11)51 champions--the .Tyler, Texas Apaches--were missing. They were eliminated this season in regional play, being replaced by \Vharton, Texas. The tournament ends Saturday. Today's schedule Includes Connors Slate Aggies, Warner, Okla., vs. Wlngale, N. C.; Agricultural luniqr College. Bcche, Ark., vs. Dodge City, Kan.; Garden City, I'nn.. vs. Hannibal-Lagrange, Hannibal, Mo. i of 2.TM pint «M Waril'H lee Cream wns ImtlcM for a *lm;!e Kanie of H36 Dnrolhy Smllh of Holsum lircncl took n i l I n d i v i d u a l honor» wilh 219-519 I'ri-Swlc S«lc« ' Standings Co i .Vitrd's Ico CrCHm . . " 4fl tr.nrk CIcnncre " " r, W n l l S!r-?r Kssn K t n t i n n "" 4r, ~ ' nniry .- CnmnhPll-Ht-M O. K. and Milnd . nentnn'» Hnack Rar SHORTEST WAY lo LITTLE ROCK-MEMPHIS Go In Ihe weather-conditioned comforl of a Crov/n Super Coach-over Ihe shorlotl all-paved icenlc roul» to Little Rock. 7 convenient schedules dolly to lorvt you, Come In or call for schedule! and Information, UNION BUS DEPOT 101 N. Coll.gi phon, IS SKIP YOUR PACKAGES BY CUS! ii free, nimpeUllvp mnrht 1 '. business which eomnnmtis Chicago Cubs \ d n w n without a] wMf I " lh "'' '"iTi'st." lie !rld'."l. hit for the New York Giants yes- .. Ii !" 1 ' -\timn I). Norrls "f New tcrday, It marked t h e ' f o u r t h nn- hlttcr since 11)39 tossed during thi- spring. In 11139, the lale Cy Blanlon of Ihe Pittsburgh Plralcs hnmlculfrd the Cleveland Indians. I n Ill-Ill Murray Dicksnn turned the trlrk for the St. Louis Cardinals over the New Vork Yankees. Last year Lou Sleater and Nod CJarvcir dk it for the St. Louis Browns ovei the Cards. Hearn went the first five in nings yesterday and fared 17 HUM while Kennedy finished up ant faced 15 batters. The Giant;: meanwhile, .slapped Ihe offr-riiii;: of Hob Kelly iiml Hob Hush foi Is. V Necessary Foil Ardmore Open Many Entries Filed For Oklahoma's Top Golf Event Of Year 10 runs. The Cleveland I n d i a n s f l n n l l . dropped one, 8-7, to the St. Louif Browns. The Yankees wrin their sev enlh game In nine stnrts by de- fbntiug the Washinjfton Senators B-5. The Sf Louis Cardinals defeated the Philadelphia Phillies, fl-B, Ii 11 Innings. Mas Surkont nnd diet Nlr|mls hold the slugging Boston fled .Sox to four hits us the Roslon Droves whipped their Inlra-city rivals. 2-1. Two Philadelphia -Vs teams were beaten. The regulars look fi-5 drubbing from the Cincin- inli Heds, a n l the "B" squad was shellacked by the Brooklyn Dodgers, 13-5. Oftachita Rifle Team Snabs Win Streak Of U.A. The Oiiai'hlln Ccillrijr nOTC ·ifle team defeated H'O Univorsi- y Army-nOTC learn In n shoul- ler-lo-shoulder malch Salurday, by dcdsivcly healing he U.A. loam in the kneeling po- illon. High scorer for the match was York'iind A r t h u r V/Irl/. ni owners nf Hip inc. promptly dr- femli'd i h r i r ;iriiom. "As f a r :.is we r,rr rnnrr'i n-'l. we've .'H'U'd on iirlvlce of rn'm-:' 1 !. fortl.v Ir.'Vd," ^ai'l N o r r i i i'l luni Hcni'h, Fh.. v.'hd" h" i" ' ' I f l l - p i!.,.-,.n,., we'll |i:st h.iv finds olhrrivlsi'. Ardmorp, Okla.-Wi-Quallfylnd play will.precede ihi 72 hole 315,001) Dornick Hills Country' Club golf tournament the club profession;,!, E. .1, "Dutch" Harrison. Mid today. Thr tournament wilt be June 5-fl. fltti'itclim! the nation's'lead- ing players. including Sam Snead, vn- C'ir.v MvIdl'TOff, Lloyd Mangrum, .inckle (lurke Jr., and many oth- "II is por.'.orud (MlUlt f|-' "Fro! my rmtr.-M-t. n o i i - t r u -t hiv i a h u r c l y pf ; i.:ou;d an-ilc. I ran i i i n r V r j t ' u i d why V.'· .'-'hnuld be sufl for puitini; our li-ni'.-. n-i television, while Ihi- rl.illnn.il Football Le.lrillp was ^ur-l fnr not n u l l i n g thi'lr jiinn'.-i on H'lcvhlin." "An J i n t i - t i ' M ^ t soil I ' t v l i l u t c - ! Ijv Ihe govorniupnt U ootif'in 1 ! ;if? -!-i'.i Ihe NFL fur r = ,-t,·i,-[[ n ! i ttlevlslnn of Its yainos. Thn gov -rnincnt' c-oMtt-nds in the suft that the IBC obtained cnn- t r a c l s - f r o m .chnmnlon.s n n l h i d - ing cunle'nilers in nil m.ilnr wcl';:-! divisions iTiiiilrlmv the fl'ih'.iM" to box exclusively for Hie IBC. Thr C l u b n l n o Is IlcCl'Jfd of l-onlroitirlg the sale of radio, t^lrvhlon and motion picture H'-ihls l'i Ihe fliihii and riblnlhln« cxrlurivn use of principal el-mas In Ncu- York, Chicago nntl othrr l:n";c rlth'3. Tho IBC' !;njd r!i;umiionii yre- p e r - ' milled lo f i ^ h t fnr other promol-'r; even while Ih'Wrr- u n d e r 'o^ir:ic to the Norria-WlrU co'iibhintlon. or 1 .'. Harrlwn sold Ihp qualifying pl:iv would be necessary because i''.'"ft?:,.-inn;d flolfcrx Association nil'. 1 " :'l'iw only 160 players to rompi:te in the tourmtment prop- "WrV 1 alrfjidy received hundreds 11! Icttorc from amateurs f n i m all rrftions »if the country .'i.^kijii; for entry blanks," Harrl- Dlnekmon of Ouachltn 'wllh S(17. Next in line; were Groyfon Ycller wllh 3G1, Tom HctiplBy ivith .1(13. nnd Glen 'Feilkc with ,101, all of the U.A. I'oundlnjj out U.A. m'or- ng were farlcr Davis, 3HO, nnd Tommy SUmford, ,14/1. The IOES snnppcrl Ihe U.A. eam's sorli-'r, of consecutive vlr- orlt.'R :U five. The U.A. Iram moelfi lenriernon Htnte at Arkndf?lphia 5nlurday in Jt.n f i n a l n^ouldcr to Hhoulrler mcrl before the fiov- erhor's cup match In LIUIc liock, April 2(1. Keep up with ttic llmrj--r*ac "Thi? only equitahle way to get our field down tn thr. required limit is lo open the qualifying piny lo any player who desires to play in the tournament. Dales for the qualifying will b« set Inter by Mnrrir.on and Waco Turner, Dornlek Hills pre^rfsnt nnd chief boosifr of the totima- menl. It will be Oklahoma'* first venlure Into bifittme golf in: several years. llari'lson 'and Turner are.'now ilevotlng their lime, to supervision of Improvement. 1 ! to .the coune, rated as one of the sportiest Jmd' toughest In the state. It hat par Harrison sold because of (I'bnck nllmont he will be unable to plsy fnr two monthj. He will have t»- pnsi up the Masters Tourn«mcnt at AUqwIn, Gii., but plans to^'play In Hie Colohlal Invitation at-Fort Worth Iu M«y, the tournlment hero nnd the National 0p«n In Dallas, Juno 12-14. -.- Gfihrmann Suspended · r Clevelond-Wl-The NorthejiJitern Ohio AAIJ sittpehdcd Don Oehr- (nann, the country's No. 1 fttler, for fnllini; lo appear al the Kmghts of Columbus meet last 7rl iujr. THE SIGN OF SERVICE m ANNOUNCEMENT We have leased our service station onihe corner of Mountain and College Avenue. · We wish to thank all of our customers that allowed US to take care of their car needs. · Please drop by our new store at 19 North Block Street for everything except gasoline and oil. Our lines includetB.F. Goodrich Home and Auto Supplies, Frigidaire Appliances arid Service, Hoover Cleaners, and Furniture from Edds Brothers in Fort Smith. Come by and sec us, you ore always welcome. ' ·: · Store hours from eight until six for your shopping convenience. Taste it! You'll agree--silken is the word for Wilkcn. You'll be. glad you changed ID extra-smooth, country-style flavor--silken Wilkc.n flavor. Try a bottle today. It's low in price/ Sal " 1a THE WILKtN COMPANY, LAKRENCCBURG, INDIANA . SllHuEO WHISKEY · 18 PROOF · 70» MAIN MUM* tMK1

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