Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 24, 1952 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 24, 1952
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Yankees Find Senior Loop No Soft Touch Aiiec'liiBd Pfau Don't try-to tell the New York Yankee* Miatjtne National League 11 a soft touch--3t" l»ssr-in (hi ·pringtime. · The world champions have been waltzing through their American League cousins all through the exhibition season, but Manager Casey Stengel today must have been-' -wondering whether the senior 'circuit really had it this year. ' - ' · - . . Or, mayla»h« *vas-.wondering if all the 'Vaunted \power' of the champions c«n be' stopped by good pitching At any rate, the Yanks haven t been doing much hitting of late. Yesterday for example, they were shut out /or the second time within * week, when they bowed to the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-0, in 12 innings.' Last Tuesday, the Boston Braves whitewashed them, 1-0. The Yanks have played nine games .against National League opposition and havt dropped five of them. Two of their defeats have been at the'hands of the Phillies, who, if nothing else, have a topflight pitching staff. Robtris On Mound Both times, Eddie Sawyer has thrown ace Robin Roberts in 'against the Yanks, and each time the New Yorkers have looked futile against him. Last week, he held them to one hit in five innings, and in yesterday's encounter allowed only one hit in six stanzas. . The entire Yankee team, in fact, managed to collect just three singles from the assorted offerings of Roberts, Howie Fox, Jim Konstanty and Andy Hansen. Tommy Byrne and Lou Sleater hurled the St. Louis Browns to a pair of victories over the San Francisco Seals nf the Pacific Coast League. Byrne went .the full nine innings and hung up a 13-5 decision, while. Sleater missed a perfect game (seven innings) when Ray Hamrick beat out a bunt. The Brownies won it. 2-0. Cubi Win Again The Chicago Cubs, who have been doing right well for tbi potential 'National League cellar team, won their fifth in a row and ninth in 14 games by blasting thf Cleveland Indians 7-3. . The New York Giants racked up their fifth straight triumph by beating the Oakland Oaki of the PCL, 5-0. behind the hurling of Sal Maglie and Roger Bowman. The Philadelphia A's, who have been losing steadily (six in a row) snapped- out of it by whipping the Washington Senators, 3-2, on Dave, Phi I ley's bases-loaded tingle in the ninth. Ken Johnson, who just joined the Detroit Tigers, was tossed in against the St. Loui» Cardinals, and was promptly battered for 10 runs in the first two innings. The Cards finally ran up a 12-1 victory. The Brooklyn Dodgers shellacked the Boston Red Sbx, 14-2; the Pittsburgh Pirates nipped the Chicago White Sox, 7-6, and the Cincinnati Reds gained a 5-4 decision over the Boston Braves in other games. Closed Season On Bass Fishing, Warden Reminds The bass season in Arkansas fish and streams is closed. Game Warden Paul Baxter reminded today, and the use of artificial bait in rivers and streams is out of season. Minnows may not be taken during the closed season, which extends from March 15 through Maj 15. Lakes and farm ponds are open and any type of bait may be used there. The size limits have been taken off on bass and a limit of eight a day has been set. · Minnows which have been carried over may be used in rivers for catfish baiting, Baxter said. Prices Good Monday Thru Thursday SHOP AND SAVE of IGA Armour's Star TREET '' 35* 12-oz. Can Quart Bottle Ib. Box No. '/2 Con 15' 18' 10c 19c PUREX OLEO Quarters Brown Sugar Tuna Fish MILK Tomatoes 2c: n , 2 31c Lima Beans 514« Swift'ning a 79* CAD *"" 0 "·«· 17* rAAD Coupon f Boxtt I f Paco Tall -i A* Brand Can CONSUMER'S Super IGA Markets Stort No. 2 Store No. 1 300 W. Dickun Phon. 240 S. Sid* Squtra PhoM 94 Hoppe Retains Three-Cushion Billiard Title Says He May Retire This Foil; Has Won 48 Championships San Franciico-OT-Willle Hoppe, 18 times a world billiard champion In 47 years, plans to retire n=xl fall-perhaps on his 56th birthday. That's October 11. 'U've been considering this step long time," he said today. "I don't want to wind up seventh or eighth, and have everyone feeling sorry for a beaten old ma..." Hoppe won his first championship, at 18.1 balkline billiards, in 1906. He won the till- he now plans lo be his last -- th-i three-cushion crown -- Saturday night, defeating th« Japanest star, Kinrey lUatsu- yama, 60-37, in 60 (jrt eling in- nin«s. It's his 12th year on the three-cushion throne. Hoppe nut only has won--he's monopolized every recognized billiard championship, plus .three specials tossed in for diversion. He held tin 18.2 balkline title K years. He owned the 10.1 balk- line crown 19 years. Balkline competitions were discontinued 18 years ago because Hoppe, Jake Sehsefer and Wtlker Cochran be- camt so proficient fans got tired watching them rnake long runs. The three then turned to the spectular three - cushion tame. Sohaefer nsver won that title. Coclfran won it six times and retired. Hoppe has had it 12 years: in 1936, 1P40-44. and 1947-52. He also won a special 14.1 balk- line crown in 1914 and a 71.2 bajk- line title in 1938 -- rnly time either event v.'as held. And he picked up a cushion curom title 1933. He also holds a trunkful of records -- but lieeps fev. trophies. "Oh, I've kept only two or three," he said. "Big, silver bowis that cost $750 years ago. Most of them now aren't worth much. 1 live them to relatives." Gehrmann Wins Half-Mile New York, N. Y.-(/P)-Don Gehrmann won the special haif-mile in 1:51 and Warren Dreutzler upset Fred Wilt in the mile in 4:08:2 in Olympic Carnival at Madison Square Garden. Lovellette Sett Retort .v-.'Kansas.Gity-; (f) - Big C V y ai- Lovellette' scored 44 points as Kansas whipped St. Ijouis, 74-55, to set a new NCAA record. [SPORTS 1 IOKTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, fayetlevllle, ArkanMt, , Monday, March 24, 1952 FINALS WEDNESDAY Eastern, Western Championships At Stake In NCAA Semi-Finals Seattle-fffl-Two veteran and*two upset-minded teams -- one ear 1 ! from the East and the West-collide here tomorrow night for the National Collegiate Basketball Championship and a berth in the Olympic Games trials. St. John's nf Brooklyn, conqueror of mighty Kentucky, and Illinois, B\z Ten champion, are paired in the opening game of tht National Collociate Athletic Association (NCAA) semi-finals at the Univercity of Washington pnvll- l l on. They will decide the Eastern championship. Kansas. Bii Seven titlist, and unheralded Santa Clara, surprise winner over UCI,A, Pacific Coast chamnions, and Wyoming. Skyline Conference kingpins, will settle the Western championship in the second gamp. The two winners will collide Wednesday night fnr the national championship. The finalists also earn a berth in the Olynipic Games trials later this month in Kansas City and New York. Kansas and Santa Clara arrived here last night and scheduled pre- 1o*irnam*nti workouts today. Fog at the SeatHe-Tacoma International Airport forced a special plane bringing St. John's and Illinois here from Chicago to go on to Portland. Ore., for the night. United Air Lines said . the plane will fly the.two teams here from Portland about noon today. St. John's turned in the basketball upset nf the year with its M* 57 victory over top-rated Kentucky in regional playoffs Saturday. Santa Clara provided the second surprise by upending Wyoming. Skyline Conference champion, 56-53. Kansas captured the Western regional at Kansas City, defeating St. Louis, .74-55, and Illinois thumped Duquesne, 74-68. ·r.-Tht.Kentucky.Wildcats, No. 1 team in the 'Associated Press poll, had won the NCAA crown in three of the last four years and were 0* yW^^V^V^* ^·bPVvv^v r v1HnP^W DEARBORN Lift Type TANDEM DISC with built-in angle. ..never needs (hanging Nothing like Itun the market! Thii freat disc can be attached to a Ford Tractor in a minute or less. You lift it off the ground by juit moving the Ford Tractor Hydraulic Touch Control lever. Speed down tht hifhway with no wearing or chipping of blades. In the Deli), you lift the disc for turning. This prevents ridging dirt, uvet time and fuel. Lift it over wet upon and for harking, too. There's never anv pulling at ropes or levers. "Flxed"ancle of B«n^j and rifid frame 'five level, uniform remit at any depth desired, yew buy 'DEARBORN* you buy QUALITY Rlf Id frame t h r o u g h o u t . , . from side to side and from front l« rear . . . whei properly ad- juited form each of ihe (our f anp to w«rk at lame level at · II l l n « t . G i v uniform mult al depth Mtecled by Ford Hydraulic Tcuck C»»lr«L With usual type tandem dhc;, harking in Impn.tsible for disc- Ing out rorners or easy Rtor* inn of Implement. But wltli Ford Trattor Hydraulic Touch ntrol you pick up (hit 1,1ft Type disc. Then hick or park It al you Blcai*. ^ HAILEY SALES COMPANY Highway 71 North Phont 1689 favored to repeat until they met the Hedmcn from Brooklyn. Arkansas Tennis Team Splits With NE Oklahoma, 3-3 The Arkansas tennis team opened its spring schedule Saturday afternoon splitting with Northeast Oklahoma of Tahlequah, Oka., 3-3. The matches were played, in near freezing weather amid a stiff 55 mile-an-hour wind. The Porkers managed to «pllt the four singles matches and take one of the two doubles. Charlie Crlgger. Ark., defeated Bill Taylor, 8-6, 6-4; Carl C u n - ningham defeated Hugh Dnrsey, Ark., 0-6, 6-3, 6-4; Boh Layne defeated Jim Porter, Ark., 6-3, 9-7; and Tom Coker, Ark., defeated Lewis Wheeler. 9-7, 6-0. Taylor and Cunningham defeated Crlgger and Porter, Ark., 6-?., 8-fi: and Dorpey. and Coker, Ark., defeated Laync and-Wheeler, 6-3, 6-1. Keep mt wtlk ll» the Timm Frenchman Saves PGA From International Black Eye Jacksonville. Fla.-OT-A friend-' l.v Frenchman has saved the Professional Oolfer* Association from another international black rye. Because Albert PolUsler didn't go back to Paris angry, the PGA president, Horton Smith, hn.i been able to smooth over a situation stirred up largely by delayed mall delivery. Pclissier. professional at a swank Paris course and holder ol thf Belgian Open Championship, wrote the PGA some time nso he would like to play in o frw American tournaments this sprinjj. Advising the French sol for ho would be welcome, the PGA sent a copy of Its late winter nnd early spring tournament schedule. It listed these; St. Petersburg Open, Ldfiorce Pro-Amateur, Sem- Inn'le Pro-Amateur, Jacksonville Open, Alkf-n Prn-Amntcur. Wilmington Open and the Masters. PHissler wrnfp sRvinc hr would like to compete in the s e v e n tournaments nnd ft inllnw Frcnch- tnnn, French Professional CMnm- n'ion Jean Baptlste Ado of Biarritz, would like to come along with him. They'arrived in St. Petersburg the morning the St. Petersburg Open started. But their letter and another one written later had not reached Smith. Ono later was forwarded from PGA headquarters in Chicago. After hasty conferences with local sponsors and PGA- officials, the two were entered in tlint tournament.· But, Pelisslor says, the starter on the first tec was anything but the embodiment of international friendship ond courtesy. The French professional ssys he and Ado were told to be ready to start In 10 minutes; then were left to wait more than an hour. Upset by the. experience, Pclissier shot 38 on the first nine nnd did not report his score for the first round. Ado scored 152 the first two rounds. This wasn't good enough to qualify for the filial 36 holes, but Ado misunderstood nnd thought as a foreign visitor he would be extended the courtesy of playing on the Inst two days. Meantime, PGA officials ex- plalnwl ( h u t (.aii'irrp. Scminolp and Aikcn tournament*! wire strictly Invlinllotia'l ,inrl the fl-lcl had been filled for sornp tlmr- Add \vrnt bnrlc lu K i i t r u v . P.ut f'pllssler stayed In compel* in the tourmuncnt.'i open 1o him. Smith hits berM ;iblp t" eel Pelit- *ier ftn invi'u!'"M to Alkon.* He Is playlriK here in the .liickr.orivlllp Open nnd will compete (it Wilmington. Abbott Repeats As Jacksonville Opei Gulfporl, Mln.t-MVP.-it Ahhnlt plnyod It cautiously over, tricky ·ens find i in:: t uil i nun ovt-r par 72 to become' the first champion to defend Micerssftillv his title In t h e Gulf Cnnyl K n i f . i u u i ' - ney. His cai'pfiil plftyinj* jjnvf the Memphis, Trim , pro n 270 fnr thf 72 hole tourni.-.v over his (i.Otlfl [ yard S n u t h r r n cuiirsf *MT.'" yentord.'t.v and netted him $HfiO in prizft m(mey. Charles Harper, a Knrt n^nnlnc, Cln., pro, surprised tin? Held with Peoria Upsefs i Phillips ff In t Finals Of AAU v ;1 fttrnki? 33-3-t-- 67 to Hie best rminrl nf thr dny nnd win second phice w i t h n 2flO. I Sieve Simdra, Former Yank Pitcher, Dies Clevolnnil - M'j - Slevp .Sm.'lm. former Nc\v York Yankccti p i t f h e r , tllocl horn yrslnrf'ny. Mo wns '10. Sunrini, .stifferlns from «n un- rllscioseri ' I n r t i r a l j l c fliKpn^u. · v/fis flown hcre'trom his homo in Atlantic City, N. .(., Uvri wcr-fcs ;IK" to fiiientl hip l;ist days with his father... Mlrhix.'!. Mis wplfilll ilropppfl to 75 imunrir, durlnp his IHnefi. 1 :. During his pljiy- JnR days he wr-MiiM l(l. r pnunil.'!, and wr?nt tit) In ?.l!i \vhfn hn rp- tirrd frnm b.-nrbnll In 1910 In do construction work. K u n d r n pilchrd m.'iior lr,tnui ball for New Yurli. \V;ishini:id- ' Di-nvrr. -'/IV C'hmnpfon Peoria mirl th« ['.irf other teams ir the. IMii Nail-mal AAU basketball [fiuin.-imrnt fieaiM loilny "jlor Olympic t r v n u i n in New York.Cjty ami Knmns Cily I his v.-cc!;. ^ Tin Iliiimi.-. Cri'i'rpillnr Dias'els h:i;!:r.-i their tir-,1 AAU diampjftri- .liin ;;-,tiirjl.iy nis-ht tw surprising iliu tjvorc'l Harllw.-ille, Okia.,' I'hillu..', fifcrs, fi'i-5;;. in the tourna- mcnt final's. *?, Th" 17. S. Air Force All Stars, mn'U» up mn?.t!y of flayers (mm Tinker Air Urw in Oklnhoma CTiy, niiiled dn'.vrf thirt. place v/lflf a -lil--)7 i.vprtime «[).·«i of Hollywood's fibber McCicu and Molly tc.'im. Pcnria ;ind the Ail For:* \farn will pla.v iiaitirilay in Madison .Sfju.lro Careen. Kwmprup Phil; . , ., ,, . . , rf f . i 111-" and Ifullvwoorl mcat'In Kftn- .'.,j.i City thi; wnip nlshl. The win- inM-6 piny March .11 .1 New York C'Hy. Tho virinr then meets the cntle^iiHu wirnir.r of a companion scries in nti criiiibition ?ame in M.i'Jii-on ,Stju;iro CJiirdcn Apri 1 i, H't'-i. Kt.'rljuifl. (hf-r.r'ven foot crn- !'-r nre fnr Phitltpr. ivn; ehown and St. l.nuis in League.. the American 'VLfi-jirfcfr oti Itic AAvI's "All- K i i r n n " :^|ur\d for .he sixth ·'liiht yf;,i'. The: fnr.. i)r Okla- , in A- ctid M. ncf \';- f \r, a un- hntiii. 1 : rhoicc »'* v."i.s f.ran^ Me-. , D", l'f*u'U;ctrnirr v.-hn formerly III-ij-oii fnr MarttucUc. Ollierj on l!-.i; «nial are Howie William; and Pun Pippin, both nf Peorlr.; Hryrc ;' i ; r f f l c y ;md Bob \V,ill,icq nf the · i Air force; Jack Slnrn and Hilly , IJnnnvmi. hnlh rr Hollywood' Ken I'rynr ninl Bus Wliltelicqil, toth ot ti.irlksvllk'. Sun-Till Vtitfllun mind- Alutnlpum firitf Duchlnl Awnlni* Aluminum Wlndnwi mnt Oa«r Scrceni - , Orp^mftnlal Iten *vc0r*1ltnl ^orchci, Ftncif, Stfllrw«ft GABE COOPER Phinr lots 441 *·. LM«t How to take the Work out of Housje\vork A NEW HAT FOR f V I R Y WOMAN when it's spring! If your hat veil rumples, place it between sheets of wued paper and press with warm Iron. To perk up flowers and velvet ribbon, hold htt over steam iron. (Mighty handy, that Iron! Den tht family Ironing for only a few pennies' worth oj electricity a week!) GOT SPRING FEVER when it's dishwashing time? No w o n r l e r l I f y o u ' r e t h e mother of an average family, you'll wash six tons of dishes this year! (An electric dishwasher will da the dishes for one or two cents' worth of electricity a day.) IT TAKES 100 STEPS «nd 63 motions to hang one shirt! Better invest in an electric dryer -- and save miles ol walking and hours nf time! (Five minutes of drying for approximately one small cent!) f YOUR LENTEN SALADS will be most 'delicious if you'll wash greens severnl hours a h e a d o f t o s s i n g t i m e , drain, pat dry and put in your electric refrigerator to crisp. Add dre»»lng teconds before serving time, (Ahoul 5 cents' worth nf electricity will nafcffuad all your food for a whoh weekend!) VACUUM heavy draperies f r e q u e n t l y to keep t h e m bright und fresh. Switch ' them .to prevail t. uneven fading, by hanging the right curtain on the left side, the left curtain on the right. .(Tour (Mcoiirn gtvrt two hours of hard cleaning for a ccnt'i worth of electricity!) f\. TAKE YOUR VITAMIN 0 and get HIT early sun Ian, too. A new lypc ot ultraviolet ray lamp is practically as simple and economical to use as an ordinary light bulb. Since it screws intn any socket, it can bo usi-% where convenient. (FVir a ftenn'/t tcorth ol electrifHy t ijuu.can have /icff ten-minute prr/of/i tif sun-lmtliing!) A DISCARDED RECORD AL. BUM makes a handy Tile for your patterns. A f t e r using, fold pnllern and slip in "page;," Paste a picture of the finished gannnnl on lltis pjigc for easy idcnlificalion. (So easy /f mnkr i/fwr xjtri'ii! wardrobe it'itli tin rlrclria srirfng rr.'irhitif! Unt: prnttij buyi the poticr }tr /Jet: lull hews ol scwinfl) BY THINNING THE BATTER, you can bake packaged bread and rake rnixr-s right nl Ihe l;il'!e - in your walllo iron! Why mil surprise the family lonight with ginger* broad or Devil's Food svaf- flcs, tupped with whipped cream? (Takes only one or Hen cent\ wnith of clrctrklty h mnta all the uafjk'S ynu [miuly can vat.) )ourHwtSTfMUASAiio ELECTRIC LOMPANY f. J. DYEil, DIVISION MANAGER V

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