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April 15, 1952

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Baseball Looks For Big Turnout On Opening Day Most Clubs To Put Rookies On Li! Dodgers, Ind'ans Rank As Pre-Season Pennant Favorites lianal, as are Chicago and Boston in the American. President Truman, the nation's No. I f a n . and only switch hurler since William Howard Tafl started Ihe presidential pitching custom in l a i n , will toss out the first ball :n Washington, where the Senators e:is;! - ,u th; Ecd Sox. A vrbv.-cl of 32,000 expected to sec a pitcl'.inR c'.uel between Tlel Parnell i l S - l l ' . Boston's premier ·loulhnaw, and r i g h t h a n d e r Bob Portcrficld i!)-8i of thc Nats. Lir^cst C;owJ ' Th:. 1 day'.; largest crowd of jomc 52.0^(1, i n c l u d i n g Queen Juliana of T r e Netherlands, was expected to attT'l the Tiscrs-Brnsvna opener "n:'!r«i: 1'he Veteran Dizzy Douglas Takes First Place At Greensboro Locke Calls Foul On Snead: Costs Sam Tic For Lead tn ho Ram Sncad's fifth Grren» for a w i n n i n p 7 under par 277 yes- others, (he ne\v season Rives prom- j ise of new thrills and excitement. All clubs will present new face.-. Si'.ch new names a? Iiillv Keed, "The G i a n t s expected 35,(10U fnr t h e i r opener with thc Philr.clclpria Phils. Sal Maglie i2:i-6i was set All C1U.OS W i l l prescm IIL-W I'll---... i h c i r opener WHU int. i uim.n-i'i ,.i Si'ch new names as H i l l v Keed. p|,i| s Sal Maglie i2:i-6i was set hd Malhews. Toby Atv.-cll, Dave | o s tart for thc dcfendinR National Williams, Bob Del Greco, Dick i jrn ;;iie champions. He wan op- Hall, Scooler Koshorek. ,livn Frid- i pored hv Rnbin rinbcrls 121-151. terday a h a l f , hour before it wan o f f i c ' a l . The final event of the winter tour ended on a chaotic note will) DoiiElas f i n a l l y drclDrcd the o f f i ----- ,. _ . , , ------- -.. ..... , , , n i c i a l w i n n e r and a bii» seven was Hcc Rodriguez .Tim Rivera, cold weather was f P* 1 «* to | h , R d (or SnciK , ,,,, thc pa , GriM-jc Schiller-.;, Leu Thomas, : hold thc crowd clown to 1 0,000 at , , "',^ u . , Clint Courtney and Ren Taylor '. Boston, where thc Dodgers were \ · ' l n no - e were expected to appear in open- ; guests of the Braves. InS day lineups. I To Future Rookies his m a n a g e r i a l how was j The Braves will feature IVinKinR nis m a n n i ; ' - I I H I uuw u,i^ | 1111.- « J '""-- J . . . , Eddie E t a n k y of thc St. Louis Car- j rookie-infused lineup behind ate clinals. Kos'-js Hornr-by of the St. i southpaw Warren Spann i-^-*'Louis Browns and Lou P.oudreau The Dodgers depended, on their of Ihe Boston Red Sox were back as big leaauc pilots. Tommy Holmes of the Doston Braves and Phil C a v a r r t t a of thc Chicauo Cubs were Ft-jrlina t h e i r first (ull sea- f u n as managers. Two Arn Onlimisiic veteran array includin Prescrcr Roe 122-8'. Philadelphia expected 3(1,000 to watch thc Athletics t a u d e with the World Champion Yankees and try to end righthander Vic i Raschi's iinx over the A's. Raschl - - a s c s . IS1-10) holds a 20-2 l i f e t i m e mar* ! against P h i l a d e l p h i a . The A's -141 to All manager were optinMstic, | _ o _..... \ v i t h A l L o p e 7 . o f t h e C l r v c l a n d I n i n o m inatcd Alex Keller rii^ns hrnshly prodi'jtin^ an Ainer- | O p, )0 s c him. ican Leacue fl-ic. Manager Charlie i l . r j.' 0 (jhicago White Sox were Dresscn of Brooklyn said hh nooc 'f u | n f exccedins their record Dorigei" ought to win in the Na- j g o g ouenina day crowd of 33,000 1'onal League. j in tiicir encounter with the ln- The odds-makers nRrcc with | ^- ls . ns . Billy Pierce (15-141 was Chi- Drrssen and Lopez and h a v e in- ; C J)OO'T pitching choice tn oppose stalled t h e - I n d i a n s and Dodger? ; r\ ,. v eland'- Early Wvnn (20-ISi. as (avortics. i C i n c i n n a t i envisioned a 30,0001 ment Supervisor f r a n k Caywood ··.ach club i:; a 9 5 favorite to j sr ii nl ,i ,,, its t r a d i t i o n a l opener i inspect the hole in qiiestinn and Snead, winner here four times, appeared to be on the v.-a.v as he took the lead through S3 ho'cs in ' shook o'f Art W a l l .Ir., the 54-hole leader. The rest of the boys seemed to be playing for second place when Snead came to the short 17th two under par. . Then Sammy nut his tee s v 'ot in a lateral water hazard. Me dropped out. t a k i n o a s!rok" I'---r. and eventually holed oul in five strokes. But Bobby Locke. I'-c South A f r i c a n ace. and *1 "Porky" Oliver, l.cmont. I I I . , who played w i t h him. told Sam he erred in drooping the ball closer to thc hole. This is a new IfJM rules 'change defining such a situation of which Snead a p p a r e n t l y was unaware. Locke insisted tht PGA tourna- Simmons Signs With Phillies 22-yfiir-olrt I r f t h a n d ' - r v.---o ·· j t u r n from army dli!v I': 1 :- !"·!. l'-i I the Philale!ph::i I'l'iil'--' pv:'ii: : hoper, i; .---'.I i -,ed. .-eH'i-'l ;-.ri i liverrd for t : -e 1PTC . - - - a - n ! . Simmnns si,".ned hi:; ! i--.'.' C trart a f t e r i\ .--'.'ssion vvli i -iv. 1 Hob C a r p r - M I r r yc.;;r--.-;! A . ' i \ ' of the pact wt TC no: '· --i" - i l ! Carpenter ::'imitled , r -Vni-nn-:s ; reived a ni'sc over his l a M c , t r a c t . .Sipim*»n:.- rec'-nlly ret:;! I - - - - 1 the U.K. iii'ler ."en--:--: · · · ' i 2Bth ini'antrv riiv ; :;ion i:i C;. ": i : He v:::-. i-.-d'r-l In a r t ; v - - . i i . y SrplenilK.:. l""l', tnw:,:-;l : .- · of the N a t i o n ; 1 ! Le:i;u:e a. : on. j Sin'ino:lK '.--. li. 1-cvd '· ' · -· ! i-j'iveil Sl.'i.lKiO I'll- his C ' M I - I ; ; 'MO. U n a b l e |:i piti-'i b i ' l v.-'-!-' f i f t y ahrn.nl. he h.j- ::i ; d it ·. I take Jiim .--."ven- 1 v.-erh . -'~ i ' ' - ; ir.q before he w i l l be ready ; L: his t u r n on the mound. Second TSile BOH! Scheifute? Sa!as Lns An£ckr;-f/lV!.'iuvn Siil;i-. a scrHDpy l i t t l u b ; i H I r r Irom .\7i:i- 'prrry, M r x i c n . u u l s ;muth':r f.'.Mit a( J i m m y Cn'^or's v:nrlfl l l : : ! i l - \ve : 2iil bnvin.f! l i t ' r M;:y 1-I i*i ;i v- inatL-h of t h e i r Fool's f.l.ty i h r i l ! - Thr bcltlr-bi-dv/c-] S;ib. ;! I'l ' a vrlrr.'in of f i v r yr;in in I ; T- v\\-.'\. i won Iiis srcrnd chillier v.'i'h t'v.. 1 sharp puiK'hiMfj; Nc'.v Vfi;-!:-^! 1 v;;i'?n lie flnorc'J t h u C]I;I-|).');M-| in t ' i . - '· lar-t st.'inx.n of Ihcir ! 5 - n ) t J i r M r hero, iillliounh io.siti^ a u n a n i n i o u : ; '. Porker Diamond Turner Earns * ho1 f^ r:f i^, s ! i At Gsvilan's Title *" vl ' M " f " J With 31$l Victory I'iiiliicit-lphl.i M'.-dil T u r i i r r 1ORIHWE5T ARKANSAS 1IMES. Foyettovlll*, Arkamot 9 i''-',,,-,| S im- !,'V..-.i'i','.,-ii'ri'i.|..i'' .-I,:,m- ! Tuootioy, April 15, 1952 ;:·':;;. ^'J'T;^ ^-'l^r uS^^'^u.S^.nrj'i!',.. Fuchs Trains For Olympics-^ ! ' i:i "''H^^ Eye On 60-Foot Heav£ :,-.-'r--l fir I whi-n ' :rM: , - '., : '''j'i'.'l'" · ' '''i'".: 1 .' "''" V '.l'i.'-"!i!' " '""linv.-n M I - . , : I i h ' - . - i - r i . - h - ::'al f'H m r n v l f for the immediate ! · · ! f i c 1 d i - r , ; !l . 1 ' ' · ' ' · · · ' . ' - · · : . '· u -'-' r l'-.' ,;..':;:·' .:,'' ;: '.-.i 1 .-. r,M- I r - . - : . - i i - t i ' . - i mini'": i I t win t h e Olympic cham- , - I , K . . I - : ., - ' i - i i - i ··: ori-h o v e r ' 1 ' 1 ' ·': r c i n . ' i - 1 i ·- :.-IV,-.IT t i n - .-,-, i ) ] 1 ( i i f l h . g ] . _ . , , | i § . v ;| ,.,,,,..,.,, ,,.,,.;),,., ;,, i i d i i n k i thin jumrrier ''".· . ' · : ' . ; ' , ' 1 ;'·.:-, : ',':';;:,. w ::i-"-n'"Lir"'-n'' ;u4, : "'Tid : . iT; ''' i; '''v' V i : ' : i l "' i r ; :"'"' : ; : ' ; ""' l ; ! l '"·" ""' ir " n h a l l f l o ( ?sV ',"",!':· " , ' . ' · ' "-."'M-'"!,' Ihe iraiwA. A I M - X . i . k . l::'.-.-|v - , · , . - ;"" .I;'. 1 .', 1 ,' '' ! ." "' ! ;'' '" ; "" rT " "'" ' "i' '-···".'Id '"' n\rf !p do them. iVl'i l'l - '·' '' '"·· l'-i" 'I'l 'i te.ini . tl-.:lnl that I'linH-r threw- "17 l i i - . v , "''·''·'' ' · ' ' ' · : · ' " . i,,,il, .:! ' h i - :,,,,,(. time"," he islet. f,,,.,'!-· i--o' : .':.'. . ' - ; . i'' ·!-·-.-!· i.'.'.it-j hlo-vs." i ''"'"' ";:'''.'"' ! ' ' -"·; 1 . 1 .'"' 1 - " ' - i | . "i n-t the. proper ed«e hy i-, . i.'ii :,·;· ( · · · · ' · : i 1 , :I"-M'.: ,:i'-I Varnn.-i t -I'l Ilr fern- /.;, h I'hiv- '""·''.' ! ! l ''' ; ' ' · ' ' ' '" ' ' . " ' ' · ' " .[' iv. | Iliinl; 1 i-»n dn it." t ,,,' |, ,. tv-orM'-s top »hOti .. ;.('· f i a n t s of great '.. Kueir. r. nt\ exraptloiu ·; ;"'·!-" ;ird weijinn 212 !STiS;.?3 ; !iS I n ,-|i i'-, · iw i M - : : - ; - " ' I - I K Ml i '"'""' I ' . · ' " · ' · ' ' · " ' " ' ' ·" 1 "- '":' - , . , , ' ' , , . ' ,' ; , - r - e - . a--l l i m i n i t . I've done tie. !,,.-,-i · : - . w i i . . . - · - . - i h i t - I i ';''.'· « - m - n - - - . i - - . - t held i - i , I K , - . I - i - . - l I . ' . - . · - . , - . 1 - .".-. , ,, ., . Mo . ( , hnl . ptlt , TO ! ,, : , . . - . - . : . - . · . - : , . : · . , - ' , ; . . : : « - , - Oo-n :· pur.-,- I .-ct a I,.,.,,,,,, . - . . . · · · · - : · ; ^.- · -;,'·· , m ; , M ; M I .,, r( .,,. ;i3|ni , [hc P,, u ,; · : I -T"! . . ,',,i-p. l-.i-i il 1 -- h - " ' an 1 ! :··"· Iri-i ha. v ' - n i M i - i ' - ; ' . 0 i l l u ' . p ' O l of I n e I n I - j i u l a n d . (.iood I-'i id'iy. I--i!-ii- K,-:--"i );:T ! ;: . : , M o i ! : i y v and U'hit-Munu.iy a i i l ' i u - d : - i - i f;;l:r ' M ' j ; '·'"J'' '·· ,,',-;''.',". ! - j tin 1 I - ' ' i-..:..: '.'i.- ;"- ,.-ir.ir,il n - i l · ''Tu n-.,.'. shot put'.ini; Is an art in;: hi.;,-:·. i-r:..ili ^ l: ; rl "'.' ''".', "'Jj.',' More UKMI l l ' l . n m ) ni-ri d i e d - I t ' : ; ."II l r i - t . I t i - ' - i i m - i - r - - . :-.-' at . . a - m l on f i i n d a r n c n t n l rihyslcs. 'I ''·'·'' : ','"·''." ..','' ' ? ' i ' . , ' , ' v ' i j i i ' t t i r - I'Shtiiii" i - i ih" Union A r m y in Krl.il.-Mina, K i n l n i i ' . l , A u i : u : t '-'::. f i n d Hint .'-in-ed and proper mo r !',.'.' '.. '" ' l i ' " '': ho C i v i l War us compare! lo ,'v-',- : Klfitl. . - n c n t i i t n ii-'. me more distance ' ' ' ' r i - i - ' l i h i 1 - i - n r e ' ' ' l f l ( l losl in Confederate fo'Tes. | .'.'u-v a r.nlin r - c . - n l i - , - r . t i n - n-.U"- 'l-.-in iill thr jiij,,.',,-. ' i'i'ii n'n .tni_in 7 I - - - · · --- · · X!- 1 : n" 1 . i . I'-' 1 " i.''"i H'".· · :i " l I-,,--',:.' i-'i:1 . a . - ' (lii'-,';^.:'.. -.- , , , - , , ^ 1 - . "I n-.il:,: it one single motion--.1 ' i i ; \ v . ,,n rx[)lusion. I t ' s liKe" . s in thf world.". Fayetteville High Golf Team Trims Fort Smith i The Fayetteville High School ! "olf team, holder of the state i Class A t i t l e the last tv.-o years in ! n rov, won its first lest of the sea| son Saturday by downing a two! man team from Fort Smith, 2-1. i H?v Barnes, number one man i from the 'Dogs, trimmed Charles ! Danyum, 6 and 5, and teamed , with Berry Fyeatt to win the four- i some point. Pycalt lost to the ·· Grizzlies' Bob Bell on (lie 18th hole. Thc teams are cxpe-tcd to Don't ri'k fire losses. Gft tbnrotigh protection with Hardware Mutual! depend- ·hie, low-cost Fire and Hx- tended Coverage Insurance. Write or phone for details I W. C. (Bill) ADAtR 471 Motlh Olive. Phone 704 tangle again Saturday nt Smith. An outstanding Tavor--JunRe'i Roman Meal Bread U - l B - t l EVERYTHING IN PIUMBIKG and SUPPLIES FAYETI/EVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVI. Sun-Till Vtnitlan Hind' tlumirum find Ouchinp Awninxt Aluminum Win'lflWS ind Dtor Screens Orrsmcnlat Iron iccerations ·orches, Fcnc2i Stainway* GABE COOPER 10^ 411 S«. Lecurt the new rule. That cave Sam seven and his birdie 4 on the last hole meant only a tniec-way tie for third w i t h Oliver and Jim Ker- rier. San Francisco. Locke Rrabbcd r u n n e r u p money of SI.-inn with his 70 f i n i s h for 2711. Snead. Oliver, mid Fcrricr each received $846.66. Court Rules Against LBS Game-Of-Day Chicaso-(/P)-The federal court has ruled t h a t major league baseball clubs cannot be forced to make t h e i r cames a v a i l a b l e lo Liberty Broadrastinr. Co., Dallas. Texas, for its "pame-of-the-day" broadcast. .Tudfiff John P. Barnes yestenlay dcnicd a request by Liberty's lawyer for a temporary injunc'.ion directing 13 of the big league clubs and the Western Union Telcsraph Co., to make thc details of their games available for broadcast purposes. The decision was apart from the network's suit for 12 million dollars damages from the 13 clubs, presidents of the American and National Leagues and baseball's commissioner. A hearing date has not been Fet on this suit which names all major league teams except C i n c i n n a t i . Brooklyn and thc Chicago White Sox. The United Stales has I.HiW Young Men's Christian Associations, with 1,840,272 members. Relays Scoring | / Not /// Error, Says /c/r///?.'// A ri en pi.'lint by Aflt;in:.;i.s !^'. l ( i ; T("u-!iiM-; Culltvio, nf C u t i v - , i . \ . '.':· . ' it Inr-t it:; divisitm nf t'n 1 Arlt.i:: :"i j Rcl;iys bccnupt* nT thc fctirin 1 . 1 , : '· . tern was ;inrAV(;vccI Ihj.i i-.in:'!i)·'.; 1 hy Alhlrlic Dirrclnr Jnhn I" i n i l - i ' l . · B a r n h i l l suit! t r a l n rhi:ck "f t ' - c · si'nri'iR systems u.~rri by i!v* !·,··- , lion's tnp rolay,-; rcvenU'-'i Inr!. /.r- · knn^as' niclho:l wji? not n err -. Thr Tcjirhcps triK-k f»::ch PHI Cronv.vull s;jid Sundiiy i h n l lie b;r.i tint bcnn infnrmc:t of I!H '.-.yj.l'-i^ ! hoi Mr, used nt t h e Ai'l;an:':i; i : i r r ; I llic If.'id whoti (inly Hvn iTi.-r--.-;' · rcn-ninod nn t!'.f rclvtliih 1 . Hi 1 · . f l a i m c r l llui'. he nurn'.-Hv -.'.-ilii-. j r i i T w sovi-ral ff Jin i-'ip :n- n - I ' f - n i '. ' Iho l:i::t t'.vn cvrnls liiinluii;; lluvn u n i m p n r t a n j . j R f t r n h i l l , !his inonii,];'. s p »id Ilr.: i h;id f f i u n d tii;it ;K!V;I; ? i i ' i l ' i i ' : « y | ;ind informn'.io'i foncni'iiinj 1 . t ' n i meet wlii-"h 1' id bce-i : "ill t" .''11 ! cofchc" nf i n v i t ?d rrhno!'; J.:K! f '··- ! t n i n r d i t i f o r m n t i o n on t!n i i-c'iniv. JM-slc'in to bo usrd. Tho Ark-'ir,'--:- 1 over llic misuii(lor: ; 1 .;in;iin;: ;n:d t bo mndc in l:;o f u l i s n 1 t iro:i ou! ruch diffinilii?.". Thc M-drins rys'i'm .rr,nln\(.--] iii 1 he A r k a n y r i - ; Iid.iys y n v i ' pniri!--' on a 5-3-2 1 l v ; « i : : ' f c r "H . o\crnt rcl.'ty.. Tr.-" 1 r 3"'Vs ' scored on it !(!-fI-!-;i h-::.i-. Mf;y; IC-Yesr Csnlrsct f ) l . ! i ' - ' n - i r::.- r . T ! - A u l l m r i l i i - | ||% , . . . i n . - i - r.-id I-. I l l ' - ^ ' t I'.lld ': \V "·;·· .-!!. i i , - d ' n ' . i i ' i M ni.-ii-h; , , : ; , - · - . ,: ;.·-;.-v . : ;··· U n i v c r - i l y · ,,;· i ·].'.,'·' i i. l-.-i-. f i n n e d a new | -,. -,.. . · . . i --"I-.T :. ! ';;;.,;, : - i ·:· ..-.ii-din:.: h a n d . i f ; \ V : l k n - - · " ' . '.'·· !··"·· 'n:i:i''ill tcam.; · i V ( , , i M i - . ' : r i ! r : t ! ' · ' · T, : :: ,St'\-cn . O l M - i I'' i n - ' - . '.':· '.I'"': 'ivr ···'· OU'.-l- ' '·..ma i:i U I V , I ' - p i a c m : ; Jim Ta- ', i r i.- -. j i -.- t - -H,I- i-,i t; i- !,! -t t i v i - ye.-irr, I I--.'-- v - t i i' ' ; · inr ; and lust Six, i i ; y i i ' - ; i.'.:". In i 1 - ' ' i^ : Seven. W i l - | iv. in'.: v.-: '!-',-!·.r.-hed )jUiy(.-rs have ! ! In ils 150 yr.'ir lii.'-lnry, V-.'i-::'' Point luis ::r;id;int"d ; ; hi;,':! '.f ]».- , -191, of whom U-.VOl ;irc s i i M By Alan Waver W A'L flew YOPK C-IANTS BKICVE THE WHO HIT "THE 1 HOME p. rue L£o m Move THAI PUT Sufi Ol 3RP MID //i if.r-- IF H£ MAINTAMG TfIS Kansas Relays To Speedy Sprints Field i I..T.VITIH-". K . . n . - " l ' - - H i i l K.-isInn, t i n : l\.in:-..- ll-.-ii-h ci.-'i'h. calls liic ...prill'!, :'u.'d fnr Ihe -'T 11 ' K a n s i s ' liel:,;.-:; S..lur;i.-.y t h e beft since I Kill. '· i It w:i-i in Kir.l) Cv ..c!.ind nf 'Ti;::.-'-i C h r : s t i : i n : et t h c rei-nrd of !).! in !:ie I n n - y a r d dayll. i ni-.m S n i " . f ' i ; ' i i i i Charles Thnmas, · II-." Urii'. i.-:.-ity nf 'IVsn: v.-hirl-.'.'ind ii:in. he.-.d the !,:! f! UHl-.vard : d - - : ; ' i randid.-.lt-:; t h i s lime. Out: ::nrlin'.: n:-ii| ^ l i t i n n i:; c:.-pec!cd :·· ·: , | i : i ; M,ril and ira M l i n ' h i .-: !i n' I ; K ; ' '-. f ' l e i i lie.-:el!i:ie of . In.-.-n i i r d T i M l l t H.-ikt'i- ii( Kan.":!:. April S ports Card April IS--Arlcanr-^s tennis t p n m vs. | O-.-;-. A. »nd M.. here, j A p r i l I 7 - . V / : · ! : . . i lt',!f t ' - n n v '5- l ! i - e . : 1 lii.n:.t"-l. v- Till .-i, nt Tiil?:i. Okl i. Al l::i:i-.!.-. t:.-ii-k t'-am at I'...:: ;. l:,-h,j::. Lav.'- rei-;,-. K.'ll. A p r i l 1!) Ari-.an. :i.: b i M - l n l l team v. Tui.-a. at Tujsii. Cll-.la. A p r i l I I -- / - r l c - i n s r R golf Icam v«. TC::'J:, here 1 . Ap:'!l 1!^- .'-,: l-.:i;r :i . I ' i m i * - t ' - a m ' v ;'.'!; I')!:!.i , at Tahle- i April 2\--Arlcansri-i b-i-cball loam ;-. Tid-i'. h^rc. April 2 5 -- Arkii-.'.i3 hiincball team v:. Tul;s, h-;ro. Ar!-.-inr..~x r;^lf team vs. Okla. A. ar.d H.. here. Arl:.-in-;:i:, !i.n-k f'.iln at l l i . i l . i - P i - l i i v - F , D'-i, April 22--Arlcansar, lonnii team v;. Dr.:."/. here, A. -...',:,!.. :;i,\[ t'-ain vs. T.r.i;. 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