Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 8, 1952 · Page 9
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April 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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lovellette To Lead West In All-Star Tilt Kansas City-(/Pl-T\venty of the nation's top ranking cage stars will participate in the first annual East-West basketball game sponsored by the Ararat Shrine Temple here Saturday night. All net proceeds will go to Shriner hospitals for crippled children. Phog Allen ,coach of the NCAA champion Kansas Jayhawks, will coach the West team. Henry "Hank" Iba, of Oklahoma A. and M.. will tutor the East team. A near sellout crowd is assured for the all star show in municipal auditorium. Topping the list of name players is Clyde Luvelleltc. Kansas' All-America scoring giant. He and two" other Kansas players, Bob j Kenney and Bill Hougland, will play with the West team. ..Ronnie Mac Gilvray, star of St. John's NCAA finalists, and Don j Johnson, of Oklahoma A. and M., are among tbe East's standouts. The squad rosters: West--Dick Haag, Wyoming; Jim Buchanan, Nebraska; Jim , Bamstcad, Stanford: Bill Stauffcr, I *J5| Missouri: Jerry Rnmney. Bri.cham : '" Young: George Mrl.enri, Texas Christian; · Glenn Smith, Utah University, Ijovellette, Kenney snd Hougland. East--.Toe D e a n , Louisiana State; Edwin Miller; Syracuse; Don Meineke, Dayton; John Dill- School senior, is out to win the ing, Holy Cross; Ray Steincr, St. . Louis University; Tom .Katsim- this year. Barnes took the runner- palis, Eastern Illinois of Charles- up spot last season, finishing nine ton; Pete Darcey. Oklahoma A. strokes behind teammate Phil snd M.: Robert Watson, Kentucky, I Rogers. Rogers has graduated, MOirHWtST AKAMAI tayMMvM* AfftMMfc TiMMkry, April t, Ifft Relays Royalty High A golf championship Mac-Gilvray and Johnson. Free Book On Arthritis And Rheumatism HOW TO AVOID CRIPPLING DEFORMITIES An amazing pewly enlarged 44- p gt book entitled Khpumatism" will be seit free tu anyone who T.'il: write for it. · It reveais why drugs and medicines give only temporary relief a,.d fail to remove the oause.- of the trouble; explains a specialized non-surgical, non-medical treatment which has proven successful for the past 33 years. You incur no obligation in ·ending for this ij's'ructive book It may be the means of saving you years of untold misery. Write j today to The Ball Clinic, Dept. | however, and Barnes is aiming at keening the trophy in Fayetteville. The Bulldog golf team opens its season Saturday, meeting a two-man team from Fort Smith High srtcol at the Fayctteville Country Club. The match, being held in connection with the Arkansas Relays, start at 11 4208, Kxcelsiur Missouri a. m. Berry P.yeatl, diminutive Khot-tnakcr for the 'Dogs, and currently running number two on the team ahead of Ellis Poisall, Jr.. end Bass Trumbo, will team with Barnes in the match. The Azores are. about 2,400 miles from New York. In Khartoum, Sudan, it has not rained.in February for 40 years. A peak in Alberta, Canada has been named Mt. Eisenhower. Sports Card "April ·--Arkaniai blHbill Ham T«, Winoni, Minn., 81. Taachen, hare. Arkansas golf team vs. Tulsa, at Tulsa. Okla. April I--Arkaniai baieball l.am n. Buena Viiti, Iowa, Colltgi, htr*. April 10--Arkaniai baiaball l.am TI. Buini Villa. hera. Atkiniw itnnli i.im TI. SW Miuouri Taach tri, hit*. April 12--Arkaniai R.layi. here. April 14-fArkaniai baieball learn : TI. llllneit, hare. April 15--Arkaniai tannii laam TI. Okla. A. and M., her«. April 17--Arkansas golf team vs. Rice, at Houston. April 16--Arkansas golf team vs. Texas A. and M., at College station. Arkansas baseball team vs Tulsa, at Tulsa, Okla. Arkansas track team at Kansas Relays, Lawrence, Kan. April 19--Arkansas baseball team vs. Tulsa, at Tulsa, Okla. April 21--Arkaniai sell taam TI. Texas, htra. April 23--Arkansas tennis team vs. NE Okla., at Tahlequah, Okla. April 24--Arkaniai baseball team TI, Tulsa, her*. April 25--Arkaniai baitball liam vi.. Tulia, hcra. Arkaniai golf laam TI. Okla. A. and M., h»t. Arkansas track team at Drake R e l a y s , Des Moines. Iowa. April 21--Arkaniai lennii team vs. Drury, here. Arkansas golf team vs. T.C.U., at Fort Worth. April 29--Arkansas golf team vs. S.M.U., at Dallas. April 30--Arkansas baseball team vs Omaha U., at Omaha, Nebr. baseball career waltlnf at the other end. The 22-year-old southpaw ace will rejoin the Philadelphia Phillie. 1 ; as toon »» he c«n complete his Army discharge and come to contract terms with Philadelphia owner Bob Carpenter. Simmons flew hack to the U. S. ycslorday from Germany, where he had been serving with the 28th Infantry Division. He slopped off a! his home In PH., last night and gave a cautious appraisal of hU playing condition. "When you've laid o'f a long ai I have," said Simmons a little grimly, "the old control ain't w h a t it used to be." "I won't really know how long it w i l l t a k e me to get In condition u n t i l I a c t u a l l y start to work, ll't ! the ICBS you have 1o work on." The young hurlcr appeared a , liltli? on the heavy side and ad- m l l t c d he tipped the scales it 190. lie hastened to add thi.t hu "had Queen of the 11)52 Arknnsns Hi-lays Is Ur-ttc t.cc Cnstlolirrry (cMitcr) j f '" crl o u t a '"' "'"' c ' an c r r v H! I of Newport, n freshman in the Collet of A r t s and-Sdenccs. The ,," lf °j ) ,P° un ls w i l l TM ' »ny trouble; queen's maids arc I-Vliricia Munrc ( l o f t I, of Ozark, n n education ! j us , ( , junior, and Belly I.u GeorRo ( r i g h t ) , of Knyclloillc-, an education j Simmons starts" Ironing'for'"he Ircshmai:. The three wore elected by vote of Ihe Arkansas track squari. (Puska TIMESKOTO). Municipal Court A $10 fine and costs were levied against a man Identified by Game iVarden Paul -Baxter a£ Chester Robinson of Springfield, . Mass., his morning on a charge of ca'tch- ng bass in a stream out o5 season The fine and costr totaled $1'*. coming National League g r i n d , watn'1 clear. It could tulte three I days to t u r n him buck i n t o g ci- | pushed villan--or he could bi through In 24 hours. Simmons had a record of n wins and eight losses when he was cnlle:! up in September, HIM, and t h e Phillies were leading the loop by .seven gamer. Simmons donned his A r m y uniform and the c l u b slid almost off Ihe pennant prcc- WALKING ON AIR--Five Scotch and English soccer player: count em--hit the air jlmultaneoaily going after a loose ball. 1 Simjnons Gets: into Discharge Line Today: Will join Phils Soon As Contract Is Signed New Brunswick, N. J.-(fl J j-Sfit. I Armv'.s m u s t r r i n c - o u t lirntliiclinn f Ink-p Th*» P h i t Curt Simmons starts ^^U^ w l t h f c M .n^g jj,^. ^JT'S S"^ 'MM4.Z b^T,^ *££ spectacular action shot was mapped "du'rnig"an "Amateur" Soccer International game rl Wembley. England. (NEA of t h e sensim. They lost !he W-irlil |yesterday from m a k i n g any pr«- prlr-s to the New York Yankees I d l r l l n n i nhntit tlie Phillies in tht in four strntKhl. SinitnoiiN w!i« Inn l a l k a s barely managed live before his Army service and cnmin« seaKon and ponh-ponhc'l the .-umor that he misjhl pitch in (ho Phils' opcmrr axainst the fit Kcw York. Inn-Till Vinillan Bllm- Alumlpum ind Ducktnft Awnlnftt Aluminum Window, ind DMT · '" 'Orpimental' iron ·orchti, Fcncti. ttal*wayi GABE COOPER Pliant 1011 441 So. LMUil MOORE'S JFUNERAL CHAPEL Four speeders, two srre.-ted by the sheriff's office and stal troopers and two by city polk" '.vere also fined in court proceed ings. Jane Laubauck and G. O Coffman were each ^ined $5 anc costs--$15 in all--on .speedini charges. Mrs. Helen Braucher anc Darrell Wiles, arrested by city police, were fined $7 each. Not white, not wheat, not rya but a flavor blend of all thret-- Juiige's Roman Meal Bread. 11-18-tf In the TIMES--It Cut Tire Bills in HALF! "' HALL TIRE CO. 39 East Mountain St. -- Fayetteville -- Phone 2370 TIRE MILEAGE! TIRE SAFETY! AT HALF NEW TIRE COST! Cut y.ur lira failli In half with FISK "cold- y.vr tmooH) Hrti Wek I. lifa with NEW II r» rubbar" Mllaoga-Cepi. mllt*|t, NEW lira Mcll.n, NIW llr» Mfaty . . . Try Ihii guarantied mapping promt ·ndbrint AT HALF NIW TIM COST) Dr/rt /· MILEAGE CAPS Most Modern Recap Shop in the State ARKANSAS BROKERAGE BUYS OUT liDGET DRESS SHOP At Russellvillc, Ark., and BRINGS ALL THESE and MANY MORE BARGAINS to YOU Regular 4.98-5.98 Up to 19.98 for Only LAY A WAY RAYONS-CRISP COTTONS-PI,A!N-FANCY-EXtlTlNG PASTELS GIRLS-LADIES-MATERNITY HOUSECOATS TOPPERS PERMANENTLY EMBCtSED EVERGLAZE! 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