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March 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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i4,l*S3 Wisconsin fyoters To Decide Onf Presidential Aspirants Apj-il 1 As Ndtion Watches ·r ULNA* MOUN Milwiukee-WVWisconsIn, they , t "gr»ve "'S«t«,"( ind three Republican ' tiplranU »rc wWatling hard to- tUy u th3 hour approaches (or *i,inoth4 primary'·election. The people spok * week from tomor- »"Ww, April 1. -, · , , ,1 f '-'·At of today, most of the polltii '.*·»! analysis!* believe Sen/Robert A. Taft of Ohio hai the inside ·ilnck and It coming fast In the ···.race for the rtate'a 10 COP con- automatic vention delegates. They,.are /not,;, however, ruling but the; governor ,of California, Earl Warren, who, is collecting friends here. Harold Stassen, ex-governor of Minnesota, Is the third major Republican candidate. He is consid- rtd.-al best; a .very.long shot!;.,, And over the whole Republican ection of the political pattern, in tils last week, hang* the long hadow of Gen. Dwlght D'. Elscn- lowor. In a very real way, Elsen- mWer, the men who] isn't here, an'be considered a decisive fug- or! in the destinies of, the other GOP campaign*. Judging from the numbers of people you meet, in ampalgning around who say they 'like ike," the general seems to e immensely popular here. He Is not,entered In the primary, however, and there can be no repcti- lon of.the 'Minnesota write-In wave. Wisconsin does not count write-ins. Clataaa ''Elaenhtwer" Name : Consequently, both the Warren ind Stassen organizations are rying hard to Identify their man at the turn of a tap--a// the hot ' you wast, Th* tank of tNel kttp it * apuMlng dean, year after year ... titan ai tht water you drink! ONLY 154 00 For FAYETTEVILLE ibaMbii £ H.M.Ii.Vii fit rMMIi«NI«^ V fWwIli^p'»w§ JlON.Weet Phe*t«730 wlthJEUenhowcr, to put the votes that* would have gone to him into theirBwn'columns. . · · · · · Warreri's delegates, originally, were, Eisenhower men. They cnll- ed on the governor when Eisenhower's required consent was not forthcoming. They say their votes will go (o Eisenhower, at the convention. If'or whenWarren is unable to obtain the nomination. .Wurron says'hp will release his delegates,-, whoever they may ,be delegates,-, wnucvui uicj IMMJ ,uv, -- -- - · U ^ J K it -to make their own choice In that °'.,'» w « r -"l"_: h 2 a .?' d .:, b I_T.T event. But he Is certainly not.cam- palgnlng 'here as a stand-in for Eisenhower.,- -;. -· J ·'.Stiusen,"openly-bidding, Is telling people his.views ore closer.to Elsenhower's than are those of any other Republican.-.In. effect, he also is using the "A-vote-Ior- me'-ls-fl-vqtc-for-EiEcnhpwerVHhe. ·$6\ to a considerable degree, this ^election--and, i t . is a crucial one--may 'turn entirely . on the success the managers have In winning, to themselves,', the "Eisenhower- vote." . : . If either the Wnrrcn or Slassch groups · have made any progress in this : of fort, the results are by no means apparent as you follow the candidates around through factories, farm country and cities. People do not understand thp mechanics of conventions, 'the function of delegates, twitching on the fourth ballot and other maneuver!, Taft CraaUerdi FartrHt fatt, of coiine, if not involved in then maneuvers. By the nature of things, he would not attract an · erstwhile Eisenhower vote. He is considered the favorite, right now, for several reason*-his hold on the conservative typ« of Republicans, -his hard campaigning, arid his organization. His : organization is a thing of beauty to be a politician, smooth, efficient, knowledgeable; and -full / Average 30% Savings it) food Costs WIJH AN R O P P E R F O R M A N C E T E S T E D " BEN-HUR -/,,., ,,,;?«.«- f a r m a n d homo f r e e z e r Whan buviug mtiti, f buy In bulk quin- lltiei -- ildei or quancri. Wlwn buying ttgtubln, I buy by the crate; buihcl, or .tamper. And I do the buying **a*Maioo'' when prices are lower, ipial- * lly higher. And I fane them all in my MN-HUR. It's the IM cubic foot tin , mt aokb up to «25 Ibv oi froMd foodt. jlM curttng food coin ta't dit oolf «·». Tai nrfj oa'a^ittN-HUR. It .itnti Mat pnparatloa H« ramidtrtbly. I oi«-CMk arrant nmls at a llaH -- httat thm In the BHN-HUIl for tjutdt warm-up at (erring tine. · Aid uWri ap a» aany aun coayattaKei ay BEN-HUR nffordi mt. COM IN AM HI MN.NW "AmtrhaV nm»f' NIKIM TODAY. .WITH FOUI MODM 10 CMOOH HWM TNMI'f A SIH TO MHT THI I Of VOM MMILY IXACTLr. Colcmah, former national commit- tccman. In this state, even his opponents tend to lo'wer their voices when they speak of him, cautioning themselves and you "not to bet against Toni Coleman.',' If, however,?the.tide .of '.these 'lro"s tsMift-.pini? a'eainst political leaders-arid their organizations, in every .state, then I.Talt. and Cole- jrian^cbuld be engulfed in a shat- , tcring disaster. New and uhpre- 'dictable forces, as elemental as itheVwihds, seem'to be in motion all over the country, No Democratic CompllcatloBa · The Dcrr.bcratic side, compared vith «ir. this, seems curiously clear and · uncomplicated. ' There are .wo rjemdcratlc slates of delegates n the field claiming to represent the president. Off the record, leader in both .hesc factions will tel) you that they now virtually concede the race to Sen." Estes Kefauver of Tennessee. Sentiment against the president seems' to be very strong. Seeded Pliyen To See Action In Miami Meel Miami, Fla.-(/P)-AU s e e d e d players in the men's division of .he Miami invitational tennis championships see action today in opening round play, led by Vic Selxas of Philadelphia, Dick Sayitt of Orange, N. J.; Art Larsen ol San Lcandro, Calif., and Gardnar Mulloy of Miami. Feature of yesterday's play, was the .upset victory of 14-year-old Mike Green of Miami Beach-over Bob Green of Palm Beach, 6-8 6-3, 6-4, in the junior boys division. HOIUHD BROS. LOCRER PUNT MI WIST |V**l^2^l«M^MItl*l MftUocfco PIWI Ford For Lead I* GiiH Coisi Champ Jacksonville, Fla.-C/Pi-TWbiiy- ight-year-old Doug Ford and a air of: veteran .campaigners -Jobby Locke and Sam Snead -re the men to beat today in the Jacksonville Open golf tournament. · · ' , . ' · : i Ford came up to today's final 8 holes at 207, nine, strokes under isr and. one in front of Locke, rom Johannesburg, South Africa. Snead from White Sulphur Springs, W. V., had 209 Another 21 professionals were below par for the three rounds. over the 6.508-yard Hyde Park ourse. Btit it was a lot tougher to teat par 36-36--72 Sunday than on the first' two days due to a trong wind which cut across the ree-llncdj harrow fairways. Locke and Snead have just oined the winter tour. Locke has leen back in this country. about wo weeks. Locke shot the day's best score if 89. - ' · · - " . . Tommy "Thunder" Bolt.made hortiwork of his putter on the ninth green. He missed short putts oh both the eigth and ninth hole. Something had to give, and it was his Wood-shaft putter. He shattered it .across his leg and under PGA rules he had to play he rest of the 18 without a putter ind finished in 77 for Z17, well out of the running. . Jack Burke, winner of the last bur PGA co-sponsored tournaments, also shot 77 to blow himself out of-a chance to run his victory string to five. With 218 he is too far back to catch up. Olympic Slajom Champ Wins AmeircaR Title Stowc, Vt. - (/P) - Andrea Mead Lawrence 19-year-old ' brunette from Rutland, Vt., who won the Olympic ski slalom championship In Europe a short time ago, today also held the National slalom championship. She won the national crown yesterday by speeding through the fog arM sleet down icy Moun : Mansfield befora... a . drenched crowd of 10,000.' ' " ' : That win also gave her the downhill-salom-combined championship. Advertise In tht TIMES-- It pan 1912 PACKARD "JOO" 4-OOOt HOAN $ 2648 Koi. white ; a»allabM, ·Opttoaal ·Idtwall tint and auta aid local cues (if n r ), wtn. Prices raif Tan ilighilf la titarbir communi- lln dw w ahippiag chargti. . Big^Car omfort At Medium-Gar Cost! E NGINEERED to outperform all others-and now belter in 70 ways--the mig- ninceni Packard brings you fine-car power,' comfort and handling ease at medium-car cost! And'first cost is only one way you lave. 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Reincman's Estelleah, coupled with Lawrence H. Thompson's Rock Garden. Others entered included Emil Dcnemark's Cullerton, Mrs. Paul Priddy's Texas Coin, W. E. Britt's Dry, Summer . and Mr». T. M, Daniel's FreeTo" 1 ' Me. : : ; A pari-mutuei hande of 12,735,178 last week brought the total handle for the first 24 days to $9,955,357. This wa» $1,450,752 over the handle for the corresponding period' last year. A totoal of 46,902 fans attended last week, boosting attendance for the first four weeks to 181,636, compared to 165,511 for the corresponding period of 1951. Spur On raced through the mud to win the $5,000 Oaklawn Handicap Saturday. Rube was second and Gloriette was third. Spur On was-timed'in 1:46.2 over the mile and a sixteenth and paid $11.50 straight. Keer p with the' (tees--read the T.1ME8 dallv. 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