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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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**·! jr ^ MoknnxtiT AIBUNUI nxK. , Monti . if,' if M flntetef Goes To TwJ TbW Time Seeking First Win Hot 'Springs, j\rk -(/Pi- Henry Forrest's Traveler, co-holder Of tot Ofki»,*n Pifrk record for six 'furlongs made his third start, of :*he tcacon here today--still look- ting for his first win. ^Traveler headed n "field of 12 -sjjruiters In the Joe E. Lewis ·"Puttie, a' «-furiong event for "*-«»·' ·:·':'· *. Others entered included.Bally- dam, My Time, Hopeful Sam, Mais Boy, French 'Admiral, Hedgre- wooa, Royal's Last, Billy Keen Ruthred," Ten Forty *nd Safe Arrival. * 'Our Beauty, a speedy thrco- I ..year-old that isn't eligible for. the 3 · Arkansas Derby, defeated five I ; derby; nominees i n - t h e featured S ' EMtern Arkansas; Purse yesterday · ; Jockiey William Owens took Our · Beauty from. third place »t the hcid of Ihe stretch to score by a neck over Jet Ace, the odde-on : - A IMnon hti only himself to; blaan .IT h««t«* around «u«ertnt from .Jfjjlitl Mh» and palm btciuM of pllafctiiiilajof VttMnlM B,, a,, Nit- can «Bd Iroji In hlJ qrttcm. And ht ibMUat kl MlUfled to fflereK n- 1km Mt trmptoini for t short tine. With HADACOL -- you can nlleyc a real and tmilerli/. tat Mch nigging Mheiin* |M4M that ilow you up and mate Imumble,. . t n u o u , l iNtMtrtul HADACOL MMfctoV Mt onb; fivet cmtlitiumi anil compWs Mlkf. but It helpa keep ntch defl- drMjr-ctuiMil tcbtt and palni fnan ·O0taff back, Thk sounds ttaoat too good to be true, doesn't It? But It if Ui* u»6- . tvn ituTM which no one can deny! JtBVUke « bottle of HADAOOL to jour 4octor. Show him the Intredl- tntttnthc tabel.'ac* It he doesn't ·grit that HADACOL Is an eieel- lent aMdlclne for such denclencles. Your own food aenae ihouM Ml you HADACOL WIT be good when to minjr milUona of bottles hive been ·old:. You limply eaht beat a medi- elnt'that's coot! Buy * bottle of HADACOL todar. let» bring about ·n tailing |m- prenment In the H favorite." Fiery Chlif was "third, A seventh horse, War Antique wai withdrawn.((tec,he- fell' I Ihc'ttirtln'g'iWe. ''· '· :-'·*'· ' Apprentice Jockey C I a r e n c Ford, who has built up quite reputation for riding lonfshol here, was barred yesterday from accepting two-year-old mounts for .the balance of the Oaklaw season.. · . · The stewards ruled 'that Ford : 17-year-old Canton, 1 Ohio, rider used his whip_oxcosslvoly on Can Resist in » juvenile rncc Monday they said the horse Interfere with n competitor, and almos caused a spill. No-Hitters Are No Good, Says Reds' BlackweU Tampa',' Fln.-(/P)-Ewcll Black well, one 'of the three active Na tlofial teague- pitchers who havi hurled". ho-hil,' no-run gamci, hopes 'he never ipllchcs another ., .The lean,' .lanky,' Cinclrinat righthander, Who astounded thi baseball world by reeling off 1 consecutive triumphs : In 1047 blames sill'the bad luck.that fol lowed.on the no-hitter he turned in that, year; ·-!;'..; . ···' After rocking up 22'victories in '47, Blackle suffered arm trouble in '48 ind his victory total dropped ,16 · s«j;«n. 'He .underwent kidney-^operation the following; yearxandViVjar, able to. win only five games. ' Although he came back strong winning 33 games during the next two seasons, he wouldn't quite, nil the 20-viclory mark again. 'No more no-hitters for me if I can help it," moaned Blackie "Call it superstition, if you like But facts are .facts. 1 got the Bore arm and kidney troulje right after 1'pltched that darn no^hltter. Fo» 28 years I never had the [lightest trouble with my kidneys. Then 1 iltch the no-hitter, and that darn :h!hg nearly kills me." Tounmnenf S«n Franclsco-(/P)-Joc Proclta, i comparative unknown, toppled ll-tlme champion Willie Hoppe 'rom the World Three-Cushion lllllard Tournament lead last HANDY-- Walter Flcfcu. m* UMieTku4ka.il eieellMt . iliiflM ehui- Biiff.l*. N.T., ku «f (MM, *hi- k«ifc*t ilwti (NBA) WgULD YOU LIKE » TO BUY MEAT AT UP (* TO 50% SAVINGS? , YOU CAN DO IT WITH A form and horn* fre«zor , Snirl homsjnjkcri ever)-»htrt sre prov- . Jot the ecoatmy of doing ihingi cht Iroun fcods' way. Whfn they buy beef, they ·uy · lioe" or "quirccr" --si 307, 10 · 90%. Mricifi per powd. When thcr buy Wftublfi or (rum, thcr buy by the cnit or buihtl it limilir low pricn. ASM! you ban all the idvsntsgn of kavlH · conilsm food lujipl)'. You ··kt ftwtr shopping trips. You're Mvtr 'Vsught without a dung in the fcoust" W|M unnpecHd gunts arrivi. You save meal preparation line, gei ·son amis' vsrwl* ud consniucni ammmtuim MM VW TM MVM* TMnWMW nnM. nsMri 4 MI n ma. HOIUKD BROS. UKKER PUM PHONI 1M MM ··« ··«· t·llliBll I N *M», ft. I tyCKY(?)iOU I ByAJon ro PRIMS A FLAG TO fiFVPiAA/0 BUT rue BOSTOti FANS- W/iL PKOBABi/ BE MOKE FOI.P SOX ' VttlrlhiM «tof Mnm mimii night. Proclta dealt the white-haired crennlal champ his second loss n two nights, The score was 501 in 48 Innings. The 'defeat jiut .Japanese ace ;inrcy Matsuyama at the top of he tingle round robin meet \vith 8-1 record. It 'dumped Hoppe' nto » 5-2 second place tie with' ay Bozenian, Vallcjo, Calif. Hoppe and Matsuyama meet aturday night In the ."Inal tourney amc, ' · '' Fighfs Lost Nioht (By The Aaawlaled Frrat) Los Angeles--Kccny Tcran, 115, xI Angclcsi stopped Nick San- dtra, 117, St. Loul5.,-5. i : St»ttle--Eddie Cotton, 17'lj Settle, knocked out Abel Fernanez;* 182,. Los Angeles, .4. . /' Pittsburgh--Skeels Slarkcy, 168, 'Utib'urihj knocked out Johnny Jbbinnori,, 187, Brooklyn, 2. ; Cincinnati--Ronnie Wulf, · 200, Ludlow, Ky,, and Terry O'Coh- ior, 188, Chicago, drew, 8. .Ncwirk, N.,j;--Joey Lupo, 141, ^odl."NtJ.,7Witii)olnted Jocy'Carr :ldo, 14J, Voilrigstown; Ohio, 8. ' White Plains, N. Y.--Joey Klein, 149, New York, outpointed. Joe Tomasello, 151, Elizabeth; N. J., 8. Stockton, Calif.--Chu Chu Jim- Ihcz, 142, Los Angeles, and Ernie Grccr, 142, Oakland, Calif., drew, 10. kksM eisMic All matches, resulted in .1-1 counts with the top three teams taklnt the three points. Matches were: ''Jut' 1 Wheeler's over G. W. Shirley and Son. Hob-Nob Liquors over DcLuxe Cafe, and Spyres 1 Esso over O. K. Taxi. .,-Hob-Nob Liquors took team honors w i t h - .»01-2,r.M. · . although Wheeler's Drive-In tied the HI slnjle game. A. C. Ulvof of Spyres' Enso blasted a hlih series of £83 pins, while Cy Carney of Wheeler's took high slnfle with 213. Lvafist tlaMlnss Wheeler's Drive-In 61 Hob-Nob Liquors ,, ' 58 Bpyrea 1 Esso Station 49 O. K. Taxi _ 46 O.. W. Shirley and Son _ __ _ 41 DeLux* Cafe -^ i_ 42 ArkMua Wntorn OH The Blue Flames tied for second by deleatlnl the B. T. U.'s 2-1 while the eadlnc Front Burners, took two from he Hifh Broilers. The Blue Flames captured hifh team aeries with 2,222 . Cljarlcy ·. DreSEcn, manager ot Ihe Brooklyn Dodgers, once played bro football with the Decatur, 111., Staleys. . ' All-American Clyde Lovellettc, above. 6-9 cen ter for Kansas University's Eii Seven champions, will be the bil man in the opening round of 'play in the. Kansas City NCAA regiona basketball tournament this week pnd. Lovellettc, named to .mos All-American teams (several fo: the second time), is a prolifii scorer, averaging over 28 point per game, and a fine -reboundcr The Jayhawks open NCAA plaj against. Texas Christian Univer sity, champs ot the Southwest Friday night. Sandalio Consuegra 'of thi Washington Senators led thi American League list of 17 pitchers who finished with pcrfec fielding averages. He handled the most chances--36. pins, the B. T. U.'s took-'team single with 74. Chip Brannari of .the Blue Flames took individual hifh scores with 201-543. .tafw ttaMInft r ront Burners : .20 16 1. T. U.'s 18 r Blue Flames I» r. Hifh Broilers _ 14 21 SIIMICH Dcn*l MVei AMtket Mlnite Ife matter how many remedies yen have trted for Hchlnf eczema, pjoriwis. Infections, athlete's foot or whatever your skin trouble may be--anything front head to foot--WONDER SALVE and Wetider MMieatai Soap e»n hilp 701. Diel*s* f.t Ike bus !· the Ar»j- »w In jar Itlks at kome WONDER SALVE Is white, freaaeleas, anUseptlc. No ugly appeannce. Safe for children. c« WONDER SALVE and WONDER ANTISEPTIC SOAP- resulta or money nfundcd. Truly wonderful prapannW. Try lbea. Sold in FtrtMkVIll* by Quak.r, Bickeilt, and FaT«tl«Tillt Drug Storx; or four homalown druggist. Make mealtime something si .. · Simply order whatever food pleases you the most and then add, "...icc-dold Coca-Cola." Enjoy it right from the lioltle. lOTtll* UN»II AUTHOIItY 0* INI COC«-COIA COM*NT. IT . . FAYITIVIUI COCA-COU -OTTUNO COMPANY, MWM 1400 0 '"'· n eoei.eou COMPAWT Sneid fobs Led In Florida Pro-Am "Palm B e a c h , Fla^ -'(ff*)- Sam Snead, returning to tournament competition after a layoff of three months, led the way into the finals of the two-day. Scminole Pro- Ainateur Golf Tournament today with a two under par 70. The West Virginia slammer held a one-stroke lead over the field of 52 pros for the $10,000 pot after carding a steady 34-3^--70 over the long, tough Seminole Club course. - Tournament officials, had moved back the tees to lengthen the layout past 7,000 yards and shifted the pins to the most difficult spots on the greens but.Snead's .flawless drives and iron shots put him in front. John .Revolta of Evanston, 111.; Henry Picard of Cleveland, Ohio; John Palmer of Badin, N. C., and Fred Hawkins of El Paso, Texas, tied for second place .with -7Is. Ben Hogan of Palm Springs, Calif., returning . to 'tournament competition for the first time since the All-American in Chicago last year had a 73 to tie for 11th place. Jack Burke of Houston, Texas, who stunned the winter, circuit with victories i n . four straight tournaments, had 75 to tie for 17th place and Cary Middlecoff of Memphis, Tenn., second highest money winner behind Burke, took 78. The tournament ends today with another IB-hole round. Guoranteet You Eellir Sailing or your monty back A»your *·*, SAFEWAY STOREr -,,vr ·-·?;.,*;'· How Available in Northwest Arkansas TheJorM's First and Only Blowout-Safe^ Puncture-Sealing Tubeless Tire! The New H ERE }j a tire so completely safe that it marks the beginning of a new era in highway safety. Any tire, even of the tubeless, puncture-sealing type, will blow out if the tire body is torn open by a large, sharp object. But the new Firestone Supreme has a patented construction that gives you the protection you have always wanted against the dangers of all blowouts and punctures. Trade your present tires for positive safety today! ; .-5| Here's How This Tire Eliminates the Dangers of Blowouts and Punctures Crou-Kction n left ihowi inner diaphragm with safety valve. Illusutiion M right shows how ufety valve closes if tire blows out, reuinicif t luit TOluiMoftit. i. ma nmM» ru * tit*« ca. Cross.Kction at left shows tire under nofmil running conditions. Illustration at right shows how if a nail penetrates the tread, the inner diaphrum is pushed aside and soft pliable rubber wiihi» th. FULL DOLLAR VALU6 FOR yoUR OLD TIRES fire$tone STORES 101 N. COLLIGE PHONI 231

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