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Fayetteville High Basketball Team Honored At Banquet The Fayetteville High School* basketball players in (he season Jurt past, received tribute last night at the annual basketball banquet, held in the dining room of-Root Gym. Superintendent Virgil T. Blossom was toastmaster; Dr. Walter Johnson gave the invocation;'special "guests were intro-, duccd by the toastmaster; Coach Glenn Slokenberry gave a resume of the season; football Coach Har~ Â·ry Vandergriff, on leave from - Veterans Hospital where he is'a patient, introduced the squads. John "Red" Davis and Lewis * "Red" Johnson spoke. A pen set was presented to John SteVens, statistician for the season; ah(J Willis Hickdtts presented, on behalf -of the athletes' fans, cer- 'Â· tlficates for suits to -Coaches - Stokenberry and Vandergriff. . Davis' address was in two parts. - ^be first full of humor, the second . in serious vein. In the second part .of .hfs talk he said: Dav's Is Speaker ' Â» "The character . of these boys must be o,f enduring' strength. It is apparent, both in athletics and life, that the Bulldogs play both fiames well.- And it is to the honor o f - t h e i r homes and school, that thus far they have moulded so rfitich. character in so short a time - . in life's journey. Â·i"And all ( the light does not shine down on just these boys tonight. Literally hundreds of other Fayetteville boys-carry the same^torch of an enlightened life. It is ab- ;.Sqlutely necessary in any- com- mu'nity -to recoeuize the church .and'school as the foundation for t^e streaming cavalcade .nf youth to move upward, in society. And it is likewise the. civic duty of a'com- Â· munity to center all its efforts on youth..or else the world of tomorrow, will he darker than H i^ in thU. critical period. "So, you might say to yourself ' in an undertone, what does he know about boys w^'en he has never been married. But whether I kno\y anything or not there is one slogan, if adopted, where no man will ever lack for friends in . this or any other Boys' Town. - .-'Stay with the boys and they Will .stay'with you.' And that slogan does 1 not mean stay with the boys '. . in fie Â· Malamute saloon or some (Othr*: dive. rt Of course the argument that n bachelor knows nothing about boys is, a sad commentary on those who think they know and then d'b ; nothing about it. It is very positive, however, that there .can be no brotherhood in a boy if fatherhood and 'the. community loses N faith, hone and a charitable attitude in his behalf. "In this audience tonight .sit men vitally interested in the Â·youth of this community. Some 'here at the head table .strive dili- V'gently to make better boys through Â·;-f(tlyqush-these, ; ath!etie;-programs; '.''; ;'A'i mcii know how to make Â· Â· b o y s happy and this was vividly demonstrated by the .citizens of Fayetteville and Snringdale recently. And in all due respect to the Bulldogs, we.must admit our emotions and nockethooks arise to the occasion in victory, but somewhat falter when other hoys struggle likewise to reach the ton. "If our emotions must rise to the heights in victory then we should have the vision to see other boys struggling to win but unable to do so because the heart of a community beats too slowly in sympathy with the less fortunate. "If the community and church expect- to live in one society and forget-the other, tben the community and church walk in the opposite direction with God. We must give the same UPLIFT to the boy living outside tc realm of solenrior-as we do these worthy boys basking in the light of ath- let'c glory." ^ Talks' Tn Champs Johnson spoke on "Talking (o Chamns." and told the group of players that "the game is not over for you: You. have been champs and you will be expected to continue champs." He said the team 'Â·' thiSi past scison had good leader- Â· Â·ship, teamplay, knew how to stay ' ; in the rame- under pressure, and ..the"team members were., good, (Â·'car thinkers. There is a big need ./or champions to take the leader- shin of the community, the slate and the nation, he said, adding, "this you can't get f mm has-beens, Inn-Till Venetian Blind- Aluminum and toucknii Awning* . Aluminum Windewi Â«nd Deer '.. Â· * (creem '' Orramsntal Iran ^eeeratleni PenlMft, Fence*, ttairwayt ; GABE COOPER *1MM 1111 * Â«Â« Â«Â«. Laenfl St. John's, Kansas Forge Way Into NCAA Finals Seattle-Wlt will be .Lovellette*' and company of Kansas afalnit' the giant killers of St. John's for the national collegiate basketball crown tonight. .Kansas got to the throne room doorway the easy way in the semifinals of the NCAA playoffs last night, as big Clyde Lovellette led the. way to a 74-55 victory over 3nnia Clara. St. John's of Brooklyn got there by the margin of a game-ending gasp, with a 61-59 win over ia- vorcd Illinois. In the title classic tonight it will be the clever passing game of St. John's against' the power that comes from having a tower of strength like 6-foot-O Lovellette in the slot. The big Kansas center scored 33 points against the Santa Clara Broncos, and he stood out as a playmaker and backboard bulwark as well as a scorer. His 33 ran his three-game NCAA ,1952 playoffs total to'108 to set a new record. The old mark, in four, games, was 83. 'It was set by Don Suriderlage of Illinois last year. Â· -The crystal ball gazers wdnt to' look into the past competition between the two finalists for -a weather vane reading, the edge is with Kansas. It won a 52-51 victory over St. John's when they met last year in Madison Square Garden. But these St. John's hoop magicians have thrown the book out the window. The experts didn't even think they would get to the national tourney. They did it the hard way, in the regional tourney, by beating Kentucky, No. 1 team in the -Associated Press national poll. .Illinois, the Redmen's victim last night, was the No. 2 rated team in the same" poll.. One goal was clinched by both St. John's and Kansas by their semi-final victories. Â· Both qualified for the U, S. Olympic Games trials. While Lovellette stood out as tire N'o. 1 individual performed in the semi-finals, St. John's flashed a star of its own who may give the Kansas center a run for his money tonight He was center Bob Zawol- uk, a mere 6-foot 6-incher. He tallied 24 points .for St. John's, was a strong man at the backboards and his nine field goals were within three of Lovellette's total. . Kentucky Derby To Be Telecast For First Time Louisville, Ky. -OT- America's annual big racing thrill, the Kentucky Derby, will be flashed, by television cameras to receiving sets across the country for the first time in history May 3. Churchill Downs announced its decision to permit a live telecast last night and promptly claimed the show will command the largest TV audience ever to view an on-the-spot event in sports or otherwise. President Bill Corum of the Downs emphasized, however, that this year's telecast will be strictly experimental. "We are going to study the effect on crowd, betting, and such before committing ourselves to future contracts," he said. The TV agreement was reached with Columbia 'Broadcasting System. Corum declined to divulge the terms other than to say it involves a "substantial rum." Last year's Derby went out on the television cables on films several hours after the race. The only previous live telecast vas by a Louisville station in 1949. Lahar Named Head Grid Coach At Colgate LAST YEAR'S MARK, 22-3 Roe Off To Bad Meal Mel Not Start, But Bums' A Hamilton, 1 }!; Y.- (/I 1 ) -Col gat a University today announced the up- S ointment nf Hnrold W. Lahnr, nc coach nl the University of Pit'sburfih, its h(?tul /ootbiiH conch. Ijfihrir, 34, suecueds Paul O. Blxlor, who resigned Jim. M. Lahiir signed Â»,3-year ctmtrnct. Ho (lid not disclose ihe sultry. Hecbann Gains hut you can have it fromjboys like you." - . He told tile players to recall all the 1 practice they took part in Just to play and win one game, and reminded them they would need milch studying and training for playing the game of life. Leader- shin calls for practice, he declared, and said this leadership means going to school, studying a little harder. He said teamwork in churches, clubs and the community also is needed, and that the athletes have had good training in this. "Don't quit just because you are champs in athletics," he said. "Keep on trying and be champs ia life," ROBBED -- Young Ed'Wad- dey, local Clearwater, Fla., boy, almost picks himself off a souvenir baseball, but Outfielder Bichie Ashburn makes a sensational leaping snare to rob the batter out of an extra-base hit during a Philadelphia Philly intra-squad game. (NEA) Davey To Get Big Test In Williams Bout Chicago-(fl)-Some boxing critics think Chuck Davcy is too much of a polite pugilist and will have to shake off the nice guy act tonight if he hopes' to defeat battle- scarred Ike Williams. They will tangle in a nationally televised 10 rounder. Davey is a 26-year-old insurance executive with a masters degree in education administration from Michigan State and with a determined longing to become the world's welterweight champion. He also is a pretty good fighter with a perplexing portside style, but has never really been tested against a class mauler. Davey's record is 30 victories and one draw as a pro after campaigning through 150 amateur bouts in the Army, NCAA and Golden Gloves. He has scored 21 knockouts In his pro career. .Williams. 28, last his lightweight crown to Jimmy Carter, I f months agp. He is a veteran of 148 scraps, winning 1JB, losing 29 and drawing in four. At one time Ike was recognized among the classiest and best punchers in the business. He is credited with 58 knockouts. Miami, Fla.-WJ-T h e Miami Boxing Managers Guild held an election, last night and chose Ben Finkle as president. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower got one vote. Â· By The Atsociattd Fren I Preacher Roe is off to a bad Â·-.tart but the ace lefthander of the Brooklyn Dodgers isn't worried. Roc, who posted an ama/.ing 22-3 record last year, has been hit hard in each of his three outings this spring. \ The lean veteran was tagged I for 11 hits in six innings yesterday as the Dodgers defeated the Philadelphia Athletics, 9-5, at Miami, Fla. Roe said after the game: Â· "I figure I'm just about throw- Ing the way I should be at this time. My stuff is spotty sbme of it Â· good, some of it bad. I "My control isn't what it should be yet. It was better than last lime at least. I'm getting the ball over the plate, but I'm not getting it where I want it." Roe yielded all of Philadelphia's' runs including Â» two-run homer by Eddie Joost. He left with a 6-5 lead. Young Billy Loes pro r I tected the margin. Bobby Thomson slammed a home run' in the eighth inning to give the New York Giants a 7-6 triumph over the Chicago Cubs at Phoenix, Ariz. Home runs also featured the Cleveland Indians' 7-5 victory over the Chicago White Sox nt Tucson, Ariz. Larry Doby clouted a three-run homer and Al Rosen arid Jim Fridley followed with bases caiuiy oiasts in the sixth to wine out a 2-0 deficit. The St. Louis Browns defeated the Ptitsburgh Pirates, 6-2, at Burbank, Calif., scoring all of their runs and hits in the second inning . against rookie southpaw Roycc Rint. liain washed out other scheduled games. : Defending Champ Going Strong In Women's AAU Meet Wichita, Kan.-(yp)-The! defending champ is still' going strong but last year's runnerup has stumbled in the National AAU Women's Basketball Tournament. Hanes Hosiery of Winslon- Salcm, N. C., had little trouble in handling TJowclI's Dolls of Am- arlllo, Texas, 55-39 last night in a second round game. The North Carolina team won the tourney last year. Wayland College of Plalrivicw, Texas, the 1951 runnerup, went down 45-4ft*before Iowa Wcsleyan Collqge. A field goal oy Connie Lou Cormich in the final seconds gave the Iowa team the win. Today's schedule: Consolation q u a r t e r-finals-- Dodge City, Kan.f May Bees vs. Kansas City, Mo., Electrics; St. Joseph, Mo.,' Goelz vs. Atlanta,! Ga., Peaches; Kiowa, Kan., .Cono-l cos vs. Cabot, Ark., Lions Club;' Milwaukee, Wis., Trophy Athletic! Queeiis vs. Atlanta, Ga., Tomboys. Second r o u n d -- c h a m p i o n s h i p bracket--Kansas City, Kan., Dons vs. Jackson, Miss., M a g n o l i a \Vhips; Dallas, Texas, Hornets vs. Denver Rocky Mountain Tile; Chihuahua, Mexico vs. Columbus, Ohio, Dickersons; Ada, Okla., Little Dixie Queens vs. Nashville, Tcnn., State Highway Patrol. Harold Lahar The. new coach will have the 'rank of assistant professor of physical education.. Lahar, a native of Durpnt, Okla., played guard and tackle for the University of Oklahoma for three seasons prior to his. graduation In 1940. He captained the Sooner: in 1933. He played professional football with the Chicago Bears of the National Football League in 1041. After serving as a lieutenant in the .Navy supply corps d u r i n g World War II, he returned to pro football arid was playing captain of the Buffalo Dills of the All- America' conference. Lahar.hegnn his coaching career in 1949 as an assistant on the University of Arkansas staff. He served as line coach at West Virginia University In 1950 b6forc joining Coach Lowell Hed Dawson's staff at Pitt. Win At Oaklawn Hot Sprints. Ark.-yPj-A full field of two-yenr-olds flashed tn. day In the Oaklmvn Preview, n $4,000 race for juvenile, spihi'a'rs. Heading the list was Mr;. N. M. Mikcl's Worthy, paired w i t h lm-\ pcrsoiuile. Worthy a nx-entlv ;ir- rived from the Fair Ciroumb in New' Orleans, where he won four times. Others entered in t h e 4-fui-lonR feature include Te::ts Mi-lod.v, Ura7.os Lady, Jcopmoml. Bull Keys, Skiputntlon, Grraa. Nix. Miss Gaffe, Vibrate, Gin Ch.imp, Dnrk Trouble, March L n i k , Ace Destroyer and Toy Soldier. -, "Winners of previous race-: here nre March Lark, Texas Melody. Miss Gaffe, Vibrato, .loipimuvl Hull Keys. Ace Destroyer and nrnzns Larly. Apprentice Jockey J o h n n y Heckmann, jumped I n t o a lip for riding honors at Oaklawn yesterday when he booted home his second triple of Ihe season here. . VounR Ilcckmann, a new Orleans product, was aboard victors Sana Pans in the second. Oil Countess in the f i f t h imd Pcr- snlkkit- in the eighth. He hnd two show horses and only oner mount that ran out of the money. On SI.Patrick's Day,. Heckmann also brought in three winners. He now is tied with Howard Craig for riding honors. Each has 23 win rpounls. Little I m p tool; (he featured Northwestern A r k a n s a s Purse by. a length and a half. Luckey Pete was second, followed by Pat-the- Pilot. .Jockey Paul Wnrd took Little Imp over the mile and a xlxteonth in 1:44.2; The winner paid $4.110. Siuad Wins Again Aiken, S. C.-l/Pl-Siim Sncnd won the Palmetto club's pro-amateur golf tournament with a six-undcr- par 05. BREWSTER EXPLAINS THE $10,000 RUSSELL OPENS CAMPAIGN HQ SENATOR Owen Brcwster (R), Maine, explains (above) to lax probcrs in WaBhlng- ton that he advanced $10,000 In 1050 primary campaign funds to Richard M. Nixon ( R J , California, and Milton R. Young IIV North Dakota, both of whom were nominated and elected senators. Standing beside Brcwster is Joseph Stearns, accountant for "mystery man" Henry Gruncwald (below rlÂ£hU, on whose accounts the cum appeared. Dressier, chairman of the GOP .senatorial campaign committee in J950. admitted Tunneling money through GrunewaJd because it WHS against rules for him to intercede in party contest. (International) I08IHWE5T ARKANSAS TIMES, FoytMtvllta, , Wednesday, Morch 26,1952 BASEBALL'S BABY BOSS - By Alan fjfN* HOLMES, MAfJAER CP 7XE 00STO/V THE /fi rue ee 34 ON MARCH - Nation's Cage Coaches Seel To Reduce Stalling Tactics j ' Se,it(le-W)-Thc nntlnn'n baiikcl- ball conches ilcbntcd iwsslblo rule diangcrt tintl confiidercd legalization of n rubber-covered "ball in flnnl cessions of their mmunl convention today, Two rule "chnnges rlciititricd to end stalling wcrc. t tciijU)tlvcly apr proved yefiicriipy 1 buli'ttk'rji was p ' ' " up Jor 'reconsideration,This wan n rulo mnklnii nil free throws mnndntory. It" would prevent n tcnm rctiilnln)! control of the bnll by wnlvlhg u foul shci and'lhklni* the ball out .of-, bounds. The rnaches-- members o(- the Nnllnn.il Arandallon of Basketball Coaches -- later Jipurovcd u^ulo on defensive fouls. It would allow^a second froe throw: If the first is missed. Â·' Somn coat'liefi Indicated after the last rule won approval by .8 narrow margin they wo.uld'llki; to reconsider (he decision on rnnnda- lory free throws. They .said . It might not be needed if. the defensive f/jul rulr-. used on nn experl- mentnl basis in the northern division of the Pacific Coast Conference this season, is adopted nn- .ionally. ' ' Â· Kulra chnnEOB rncommended t ljy the coaches will bc'glvcn to thtf .ntlnnnl rulrn committee -wlilch will meet here later in tho week The committee will have the final Â·ay. - . ; Th coaches also nii'rfinl o resolu Ion urging that the NCAA cham- ilonÂ«hips and the NationaJ^ Invitation tourney be conttmind. They said, however, no te;un should be liennltled to take part in more than one such tourney Â«ch year. Fiqhfs Last Nioh Los AiiKcles -- Carloi Ctavi 13S, Los Angelces, otttpoinUi L llliamn, 137, .Kaiua* CUjralO, Toledo--Al Wilson, 147,"lriÂ»! wwd, N. J., stopped ''" 151, Toledo, 8. work, N. J. -- Bill Niiwark, outpointÂ«d Agramonte, ] M, HavÂ»nÂ§. Â· W h i t e Plain*, N.^-Y. Â· -- (KJd) Anslem,-1Â«. PI " outpointed Merman Mi Philadelphia, S. Bowling y Â·Â· The leading teams, *r*m* In and Hob-Nob Llqyon wnllo Spyrej'i Eeeo-ltaf S. W, (Shirley and Son, Taxi fatatted * M) high At the Â«anie time J -- Cefe-3-1, - - - dividual binned hlfh _ _ le dÂ«i*l C. F. Swafion Â·Ingle name of team aarlm Illtui Â·and tien Shtley 0 O.' ipplud tal ot maple* Â·Jug" wiMMrler'a Drive-In -Zi^S... Itoli-Nob Uquora : TÂ«4-' Gpjn'cn' E*w)' ,,- -- ....-^...^^.Â»^--. 6. K. Taxi ;...: itii_; G. W Shirley and Son '.-Â«%_- * UeLuxe Cafe :,.. . ^/i-.^-^ ArkaiHM Wn*em *aa , i The B. T. U.'i rÂ»Â»c/icd a Haet ft Ha dc'entlng the leaÂ«ua teetflj" Iliirncrj 2-1. The Hffh Â»rolj two karne* from the ttus U. T. U.'Â« bid for brought all high team ncricl .that ____ n with 789-3.222. Ptrrr j tMim captured all . honor! with 202-541. Laacve Itafttfl -ront Burrtc D. T. U.'n .._, ______ Blue Flame* ---- . -------------High Brolleri . ....... -- .......... U WHICH fllMAtllt to tnttr It'tin MMldcration nl aÂ»rtÂ«tor Richard H. RuiMll |D|, Ctortit, M hÂ« uiki to rcpor'ttn at opening of hit prttl- ItnUtl campaign Headquarter* !Â· Waahlnjton. I International/ ON EDGE--Snden's Stlf Sollandtr, hit HfM ikl pole shattered. take* to t K t i r M Â« 0 miles an hour and braces hltmclf for a wicked lumbll dvlnf Â« Winter Olympics downhill ski event at Norcfjcll, Norway. (NEA) ItUICHT 60USSON WtllSÂ«Â». M MOOr. THt SIAGO DDT.