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Warren, Long Hit Home Runs; McHan Is Leading Batter Arkansas' baseball team dropped both ends on an abbreviated twin bill Saturday with Oklahoma A. and M., 6-4 and 10-4. The games were played on the new Porker field, which was slow and muddy. Each contest was limited. to seven innings. The Hazorbacks oulh.t the Cowpokes in the first game but saw victory vanish in the third inning when Frank Fischcl, Arkansas center fielder, missed on an attempted shoe-stririg catch allowing t h e ball to roll into deep center for a triple. That hit helped the Aggies to a three-run inning. Two unearned runs in the 'ourth inning proved the winning margin. Ar- k-insas made Jive arrors. The Porkers collected eight hits to six for the winners in the initial contest, and two ot the Hogs connected for four-baggers. Earl Warren, Hog :ett fielder, poled e drive over the left field fence v/ith none on in the thirci and t h i r d baseman Francis Long smashed a drive over the left field fence in the sixth. Both blows came with the bases empty. Charles Brown started for Arkansas and was charged with the loss. Billy Blagg relieved him in the fifth and Edsel Ni* came on in Ihe seventh. Blagg and Nix blanked the Poas in the l a s t three frames. Marion Moss started for A. and M., giving way to John Sullivan in the fifth. Sullivan allowed two hits and one run and gained the victory. In Ihe second game the Aggies jumped on starter Walter Kearns for 10 solid hits, and eight runs in the first four innings to wrap up the game. Kearn- yielded t w o doubles and a single for two runs in the first frame and then saw · single, an error, a double Mid a triple account for Ihrce more in the secor.' 1 '-"ling. Nix took over In the f . -1 gave up two hits *nd tw;. in the last three frames. Jim Schlcsener worked the" first four innings for A. and M., giving up four hits and three runs. J. B. White took over on the mound In. the fifth and went the rest of the way to record the victory. Sthlesener'helped'his own cause with the day's longest hit, a line- drive home run to left centcrfielri Ir the fourth. Dale Roark, Poke shortstop .slammed a homer with one on base in the same inning. - Henry Walker, Aggie third sacker, was the. day's leading hiltsr, getting two for .three in the first game and three for four in the second tilt and driving in seven runs. Lamar McHan, Arkansas right fielder, led his learn at the plate with three for six including » triple in the 14 innings of play. The box scores: Okla. 'A. and M. AB "Big Names" Don't Scare Tribe's Doby San Antonio-(p)-B i g n a m e pitchers like the Giants' Dave Koslo, Larry Jansen and Sal Maglie don't impress ClevtUnd outfielder Larry Doby. He hit homers off those three in the last three days, th* one oH Maglie yesterday traveling 480 feet over the centerfiela fence with two men on. Doby was supposed to hav* fallen off his game, too, and took a heavy pay cut for it. Now look: He leads the club at bat with .381, leads in runs batted in with 19, in runs scored with 19, and is working on a 12-game hitting streak. Joy Gage Wins Women's City Bowling Title Rita Pence and Geneva Clark teamed to win in the doubles even't of the Womens City Bowling Tourney with a 1080 total. Alice Ludwichr and Jackie Brooks toppled 982 maples for second place. Joy Gage had no serious competition in capturing the singles crown. She toppled' 848 pins while Dean Gill of Spr'ingdaie roli'ed a 526 for second place at)d Wilma Jones tallied a 506 for third. Complete results art as follows: Porkers Drop Twin-Bill To Oklahoma A. And M. Loose Fielding leadSTOlOSS Don't Scare I ".^".".7" T» M TAm,.T-. fSartbrofBt Atkatwaa In First Game SECOND CHANCE · By Awn Mowr Snead's Final Round 72 Wins Masters Tourney Burke Sntoki In For Second; Hogan Ties For Seventh Ga.-WP)-Sam Sneie to par In th* final round and that was good enough to win him his second Masters Augusta, stuck close Doubles Pence-Clark .... Ludwick-Brooks Smith-Steele _ . Hooker-Gage -Benton-Test Gill-Couch Ncff-Farish Linard-Jones . 8. Singles 1. 2. 3. 1080 982 972 953 924 820 916 899 R H Bonebrake, rf 4 1 1 Roark. s s 2 - 2 0 Fin'egan, Ib 3 ' 2 2 Bennett, cf 3 l 1 Walker, 3 b 3 0 2 Churchwell, 2b _. 4 0 0 Bunyard, If 3 0 0 Dewhirst, c 3 0 0 Moss, p 2 6 n Sullivan, p (5th) _ . 1 0 0 TOTALS 1_28 6 6 Arkansas \ Fischel. cf 4 1 0 Rinehart, 2 b 3 0 0 Warren, If 3 1 1 Carpenter. Ib 4 1 1 McHan. r f 3 0 2 Wilkerson, e 3 0 0 Long, 3b _·-.._· 3 1 2 Bowdcn, ss 3 n 1 Brown, p . 1 n 0 x--Smith .... .- 1 0 1 Blagg, p (5th) 0 0 0 xx--Lutes 1 0 0 Nix, p (7th) 0 0 0 TOTALS 29 4 8 x--batted for Brown in 4th. Joy Gage 948 Dean Gill J26. Wilma Jones 506 4. Doris Hooker 505 4. Alice Ludwick 504 6. Jackie Brooks 501 7. Katherine Steel*-- 499 8. Mida Neff 493 9. Hazel Llnard 489 10. Rita Pence 479 11. Norma Bonton 475 12. Maudine Parish 4«t 13. Geneva Clark 461 14. Cleo Couch ___ 453 15. Jo Test 44 16. Dorothy Smith 403 Thumper Likely To See Combat Duty Willow Grov«, Pa.-!/P)-Capt. Ted Williams,,, the,. Boston ,. Red Sox star, will probably see combat duty as a Marine flier, a spokesman it the Marine Air Reserve. Training Command here believes. Commenting on the recall to active duty of WilliaBjs, and Jerry Cpleman, New Vork Yankee infielder, the officer said,'"it's a good bet Willianjs and' all other recalled fliers will st£ combat." Williams is due to report Mty 2 for some two months of prelinj- nary . training before going to Cherry Point, N. C., for IPecific assignment, he said. Coleman is due to report to a West Coast'base the same day. Golf championship. The West Virginia hill-billy fired a final round of 72 far a 28? total, the highest winning figure in history. And at that he had plenty to spar*. In second place cam* Jackie Burke, Jr., with a final 19 thit gav* him a 290 figure. It was the first time in history 'that tht second place finisher failed to break JI6. Th* big surprise of the tourney'* wind-swept final round was the poor finish made by Ben Hogan, who usually i? th? game's tort player in the final stages of « tournament. Hogan 'fired a final 79 'for a 293 and tie for seventh. The wind, which w h i ri p e d across the cours* the *ntire tourney, was largely responsible for the high score. Another golfer that had; a good chance at th« to pri?e was "C|ry MiddlecoH! H started (he last round only tv strokes off th* pace, but droppe from contention after carding 41 on the outgoing 1 nine. Tomniy "the terrible-temper Bolt, was another that had trouo'j He mad* up a three-stroke dtfir with two eagles arid then' fe away as he ' three-pitted thr'e holes in a row. Bolt finished' i third place with a 291, tieing Jini Ferrier at that spot. The victory''was worth 54.000 t Snead. Although advertised $10,000 affair, it was announce that each player would have hi winnings dbuljlfd as a bonus. Scores of th« leaders, wit money winnings' of pros: (x--denotes' amateurs). Sam Snead. Whit* S u 1 p h u Springs, V. Va., 70-67-77-7J--II $4,000. Jack Burk«, Jr.. Houston, 7| xx--batted for Blagg in «th. Okla. A . a n d M . 103 200 0--f « 1 Arkansas 201 001 0--4 » 5 SECOND Okla. A. and M. AB Bonebrake, rf _ Roark, ss - Fincgan, Ib Bennett, cf Babb. cf (6th) _. Walker, 3b Churchwell, 2b Muncrcif, 2 b (4th) 2 "."·ivsrrl, If t : Dewhirst, c 4 I ] Schlesener, p 2 x--Foor I White, p I TOTALS _. . 3 3 .. .. x--batted for Schlesener in 8th Arkansas Fischell. cf 4 ninehart, 2b 3 j Nix, p (5th) 1 I Warren, If 4 Carpenter, Ib ll 3 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 1 I I 0 0 12 tun-Till Venetian Blind' ·.ItMttemn fliul Ducking Awnirfl · »t»mlm»Ti Wtndnwi «nd O*or Scrceni Orpamcntll Iran ^ccorilioni Perch*!, Ftnczi. St«i-»a»' GABE COOPER k«M Mil «1 So. LKUlt . ____ McHan, rf _______ 3 Wilkerpon, c _____ 2 i Long, 3b _ _ - _____ 3 . Bowdcn, ss, 2b ___ 3 Kearns, p .. ...... 1 Smith, ss (4th) ... 2 I TOTALS .. _,29 .. _, Okla. A. «· M. 230 302 0--10 12 2 Arkansas . . Oiil 201 0 -- 4 7 1 «7-?l-J9--290 $2,50«. Jim Ffwier, San Francisco, 72 70-77-72--J91 $1,3«6.6. Tommy Bolt, Durham, N. C., 71 71-75-74-291 S1.3S6.6I. Al Bliselink, Chicago, 70-78-71 74--291 Jl.365.66. Llpyd Mangrum, Chicago, 71 74-75-72--29;,'$800.00. ' " Julius Bofijs. Southern Pin*, N C., 73-71-76-71--293 $625.00.' Lew Worsham, Oakmont, Pa 71-75-73-74--293 $«25.00. Ben Hogan, Palm springs, Calif 70-70-74-79--293 $625.00. Fred Hawkins, El Paso, Tex., 71 73-78-71--293 $8?5.00. Cary Middlecolf, M e m p h i s Tenh., 72-72-72-71--294 .$520.00 John Palmer, Badfn, N. C., 6« 74-7S-77--285 $51)4.00. John Revolt*, Kv*'nson, 111., 71 71-77-77--2Bf $450.00. x-Cbarles Kocsis, Detroit, 7$78-71-73--217. Ted Kroll. New Hartford, N. Y. 74-74-7J-7?--297 $442.$». George Fazio! Pine'Vallty, N. J. 72-71-7$-76--297 $442.50. .Claude Harmon, Mararoneck N. Y., 7J-74-77-7I--S97 $442.50 x-Frank Str»n|h»n, Toledo, 72- 74-78-f8--298. Jot Kirkwood, Jr., Grossinger N. Y., 71-77-74-76--298 $420;50 Garver Slated To Take Mound For Brownies S h r e v e p b r t , . L d . - ( / P ) - T h e St. Louii Browns planned to use ace Ned Garver on' tht mound today as they start ,a four-game; swing h th* Chicago Cubs. -formally a slow starter in the spring, Garver has been sharp this season, running up 17 scoreless innings before the Pittburgh Pirates recently broke It. After the game here the two clubs move north for successive games at Oklahoma City, Wichita and Topeka, Kan. Hendrix Captures AIC Track And Field Meet Conwiy. Ark-(P)-Hendrlx took 3 first place medals .to score a sweeping victory In a four-college rack and field meet here. Hendrix ran up a total of 94 Joints. OUachita wls second with Arkansas Baseball Team To Play Two Games With Winona The Arkansas baseball team, defeated, in its opening games last weekend, takes to the field again this «ftern»on in the .'irst of a two-fam* series with Winons Stat* T«achers, of Minnesota. Th* Oklahoma Aggies . pinned » double-defeat on the Porkers last week as the Arkansas team. coached by Bill Ferrell, opened its season. Terrell h»s not announced his ptarting pitcher. The game is slated to start at 3 p. m. Cubs Give McLish Outright Release ,.ghrev«port, La.-W-Pitcher Ca'l UcLish, who had a 4-10* record with the Chicago Cubs last year, has been released outright to the team's Los Angeles farm club of the Pacific Coast League. The 26-ytar-old righthander has had a sore arm during most of the spring training. The Cub.", whose eight-game winning streak was shattered yesterday by the Pittsburgh Pirates, 13-1. are hoping that three of their regulars soon will be able to return to «ction. Second Baseman Eddie JWiksis has a Charley horse, Shortstop Roy Smalley hfcs a severe cold, a n d Third Baseman Ransom Jackson is nursing minor bruises and»cuts. Jackson -.va? hurt Saturday when «WV »--- ---( -- · SPORTS IO«IHWIST ARKANSAS TIMIS, FayMtevllle. Arkamta, Monday, April 7, l*5t GOES SEVEN INNINGS Spahn Shares Bows For Helping Weave Season's Third No-Hitter Lynchburg, .Va. - (JTj - Stylish 1 Warren Boston Sp'aiin, regarded .by - Braves teammates his baseball's outstanding southpaw pitcher, was sharing bows today with .VOUDK Ernie Johnson for a seven innings stint. He retired the first 13 to face him, issued t h e ! pass to Roy Campanella, and then ' set down the next eight batters in j a row. ! Johnson, a righthander, struck no-hit-no-run p e r f o r m a n c e } nut Campanella and George Shu- against the Brooklyn Dodgers. ·- ·- · · · - · Spahn, a 20-plus winner for the past three seasons, never has looked better than this spring. He hit his 1952 peak at Chattanooga, Tenn., yesterday, despite the fact he was not credited 'wlt'i the 1-0 victory over the Dodgers. The triumph went to Johnson, ba during his two innings t u r n and the lone Brooklyn runner t(. reach base on him was Dick Wl Hams, who scampered to first L shortstop Jack Cusick was jug filing his grounder. Boston writers were unable t recall a spring training no-hltte by a Braves' pitcher. It was th while chasing a foul fly. Derby Candidates Clash At Jamaica New York-OT-Four three-year- olds which figure high in Ken- lucky D*rby speculations match strides at Jamaica today in a race lhat'is not likely to prove anything as far ss the "8th running of the "Churchill Downs classic on May 3 ig concerned. the race, styled the High Ques n honor ol the great Brookmead ftf ble 'runner of two decades agr jrmgs together Greentree's Tom Fool, chaTnpion two-year-old o 19J1 'Alfred Vanderbilt's Cousin E. B. Benjamin's Primate, th Cain Hoy stable's Armagedden am two others. But it is only a six-furlong af 'air, quite a number of stride from the mile and one-quarter o Ihe 1100,000 added Derby. Bentonville To Open Season With Dccatur Benlonville'- (Special) - Rained lut of their opener with Rogers he Bentpnville Tigers will opcr he baseball season ' against the 3ec»tur Pirates in Kbmark Park t 2:30 Tuesday afternoon. Coach Hugh "Tatcr" Black sale hit Alfred. Knox will be Ihe tartinfe pitcher against Decatur ·if indicated that Edward White /ruld get the nod to v.ork asnlnil I'l.ers in the game that was rn- chedulejl for Wednesday at 2:jC - the Rogers park. Bentonville will round out n ·eek of baseball with a home ame agaiost the powerful Grav- tte Liijrii Friday. who drcwji second tryout chance j third turned in during the curren n-..,, _ , . _ . . .. l l r a j n j n u scaso n. ' Steve Rldzik. the Phlladelphi; Phils' rookie righthander, drcv sole credit for such ah outstand ing performance against the St Louis Cardinals last Friday am Jim Hearn nhd Monde Kennedy of the New Yo*H Glints combinec for a no-hitter against the Chicn- with the Tribesmen after compiling an. impressive 15-4 record for the Milwaukee farm club last season. Johnson took over for Marshall settled the game with his two-out ninth inning horner against Preacher Roc. Spahn struck out three walked one Dodder during and h i s ' B O Cubs on March 17. olumn HAL BOYI.I- New York-{/P)-I am a retired fat man. 1 used lo he round and firm and fully packed. I used to ac able to crowd a one-way street, When I st:ppcd\on the sealer, they didn't just weigh me. They said ·'ouch!" But I '.vas a walking porpoise on purpor,?. 1 enjoyed being Tat. When I lauRhtcd 1 had f.vice as much fun as a thin man, because there was so much ol me there ready and able In have a good time. All this is past. The suits I busted uut of yesterday now hang upon me in folds. Where I used lo bulge 1 now #ag and wrinkle. I ain't exactly the thin, man--but I'm on my way. Why did 1 give up the happy, self-satisfied, carefree life of a fat man to join the miserable millions o f ' d i e t i n g Americans? Well, to make a clean breast ot 1 it, there were two reasons. First, I was lonely--overwhelmingly lonely. All my friends were on a diet. All my enemies were on a diet. 1 began to feel I was the only fat man left in the world. I lad nothing lo talk about because here was nothing wrong with me just was stout and h ippy. They lon't allow that anymore. The second reason I went on diet is because of my life insurance company. I just hated to go in worrying them. And they were worrying all right. They began putting ads in the magazines and now is relaxing. Secretly, I guess the company is kind ol iroud of me. But I do miss the comfortable, solid, sedate feeling that fat gives a fellow. And I am just aboi'i*. as lonely ll ever. Beciuse all my friends and enemie^ want to talk abput is diets . . . diets . . . diets. And inybody who can go on talking about fish, lamb, and fresh vegetables is just plain hard up for conversation. North little Reck In Big Six Trick Victory Little Rock-MP)-Greiter Little Hock wllked off with the 1952 Big Six irack relays. North Little Rock won the meet her* Suturday with 4l points, Jutt two points better than runner-up Littlf Rock. Fort Smith was thW, followed by Pine Bluff, Hot Springs and El t)orado. Not white, not wheat, not rr«, out · flivor blind o'J'*ll lhr»»-- Jungi's (toman Mfkl Stead. "ii-ii-tr- . EEH etveti A 2flc CftAt/Ce AG M? 0/esesr pp.o0ie/\ -IN APP/r/Ofl To PeiflG A 2o-ffAM£ WINNER POHAtwrzprrcHfp -THE MOZ-r MffiA'as OF T1H£ TAFF ' SPORTING GOODS --Wholes*!* Prices To Teams- Bar Bill IJl;i Sits Trophies * Track Shon p unc h Bagi 5 (! ,'. k ?. f , bi J l "" Bho *' Eiqult* 8ho. Polish Golf Clubs--Balli Gun Casts Ouhi--Ammunition Rackets Bislrunt T»nnii Rickiti . Fiah Tackl. For ALL "WIL»OH"-"SPALDIMG" Sport Oooda LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. "- WE SELL FISHING LICENSES -- STITZIL.WIUII HITIUHT, 1ST. tOUISVIU!, IINTUCIT II Iff K I H T U C K Y S T R A I G H 1 i O U I I p N W M l i K I t * M PHO F April Sports Card April 7--Arkaniaa kiukill t*am »i. Win***. MlM., It. Tiichiii, hiri. April I--Arkinsas kiliblll turn Tl. Wl»0«|. Ml»».. II. Ttachm, k*r*. Arkansas Tutti, at Aptil I-- AtkUMI klMklll 1MB vs. tuffli VUty, levti April It--AtkwMs kjMktll IMM »». iun* Villa, h*r. " ' IMaa lards'Hit Ball, But Can't Score R a l e i g h , N. C.-(P)-The St. Louis Cardinals can produce hits but they are still shy on the run side. The Cards dropped their fourth consecutive decision to the Philadelphia Phils yesterday, 8-8. They outhlt the Phils 17 to 10 and picked up another fivo runners on walks. But 12 men were left stranded. · n^^^^^S^ rointed a, me, 1 suspected first home run of the season in h a H " vlr«.-nrr S ,H^ni-,n-rh»r, the fifth inning. El Dorado Captures Big Six Go!l Title Little Rnck-(fl)-EI Dorado Is newspapers saying that fat people on't live as long as not-so-fat eople, that fM people don't rally 6 well from illness. Have my own theory about that. t is this. Fat people who behave ke fat people ought 10 behave ·- lat is, those who take life slow nd easy and one st»ir at a timeTM ve a long while. But fat people ·ho Ity to act like thin p:ople die OUIIK. It was Unit simple. Ont of ic reasons a whale lives so long is that it (iorsn't play tennis. Milt my life insurnncc company kept on puttin;{ nut thes: urcasy bulletins against blubber, and finally I bej?an to feel they were had a vicc-prcsidcnt-in-charge-o[- worryinR-about Boyle. Well, who wants to cause a life insurance company all Ihat bother? They wouldnj change their policy--so 1 changed mine. I went on a diet, like so many, ! many millions of people are doing. the new golf Champion of the B i f i j 1 too ' ( off 17 pounds, it was very Six. I easy. Folks like to drearn up complicated diets to 'ose weight, but And Tu -nc-r Brown of Elo Do- conference tennis Allen and . nsas JOW team v». a, at Tulsa. Okla. T*. iw MUD n. lllbuii, Im*. in-- ._ M. km. T«» CIIMCM, ROTW, It-ArhMMM InnU IMS* n. Okl*. A. M4 " - ratio won the championship. --., ........ ,,,,,, Bobby Kllfiore of Hot Springs teamed to win the doubles. Little Rock and Fort Smith tied for second place In the Rolf meet Saturday, followed by Pine Bluff and North Littl*' Hock. Hot Springs did not enter. Yank Rookie's No-Run Pitching Streak Ends Columbus, Ga.-(/T)-Rookle left- hander Harry Schaeffer's consecu- tlV»' icoreltsB · Innings streak for th* Mew York YanlfcM was hilled at 1J y*iterday by th, Atlanta Crackers of tkf Seuthtrn Asiocii. tlOfl. Sehaefftr pitched th* first «v«n innlngi in th* gam* won by the Ytitk***, 1-4. H* was tigged for thrt* runt Including * pair of Jr»ni*ndous hnm»n by Outfielder that is all unnecessary. Th t quick- esl, safest and most healthful way to lose v.-cishl is to quit erttins what you like and wit nil you want of wh;it you don't li:-.e. My formula is this: If there Is something on your plalo that looks good, throw it away. Then eat what Is left. The things I hate most In the world to cat are fish, lamb and fresh vegetables of »ny kind. So that is what 1 eat, and--ugh!-wish I could tak* U Intravenously. I defy anybody to eat enough fish, lamb and fre*h vig»- tables to g e t ' f i t . Sloughing off those 17 pounds nas mad* a big change In my IK*. It li plMiant again to hear th* girls whlstl* it me »« r past by ind murmur "There goes Tiger Mm." I look better and feel better and I know mj life Insurance compiny FAMILY T O D A Y Ye$, PLAN for that family, by putting part of tvery pay check into savings! Your balance plus tht interest it earns, means security for thore you lore! ; r F I R S T N A T I O N A L BANK PAYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS Memhet Federal Reterve intureno Cott. T 4

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