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Elliott Smacks Two Homers To Lead Giants Post Phils By JACK HAND AP Sporti Writer . Bob Elliott's crashing two- homer debut chased Monte Irvin blues out of the Polo Grounds. New York Giant Jans, dubious of the value of a 35-year-old BOB^on Brave "castotf," came to the Polo'. Grounds last night to be shbwri. And Mr. Elliott sure showed them. , When the Giants . bought big Bob from the Braves.April 8 for $50,000 and 'pitcher Sheldon Jone'S, Mahager Leo DUrocher shouted, "He'll be my crasher." Now they know what he meant. First a home run deep into the ·upper left field seats in the fourth inning. Then No. 2 info the right field'seats in the eighth. . Just a lew hours before Elliott ruined opening night for Hobiri Roberts of the Philadelphia Phillies, the doctors sewed together Monte Irvin's torn ligaments. They said the 1951 runs-batted-in champ might be ready to pinch hit in late July. Elliott's performance and this optimistic report on Irvin ·restored some of the glow of the miracle of '51. Majllf Steady Elliott's home runs plus steady "-.four-hit pitching by Sal Mafilie made New York's first opening night a success with a 5-3 win _over-the Phillies. Ironically, the Braves staggered through a rugged afternoon, absorbing a 14-8 pasting from the slugging Br6oHyn Dodgers. The 'Brooks flattened Max Surkont in the Urst inning and kept it tip all day lor 20 hits, including five by · Duke Snider and a homer, double and single by Roy Capanelln. Seven errors by a crumbling defense helped the Dodgers pour , home runs fof an early 12-3 lend. Chris Van Cuyk "wound up with (\-.r ,',.ii ri'tb.ough he Was lifted for a Blricphlttcr: Collegiate Commissioners Expected To Discuss ACE's Plan At Annual Meeting Stan Musial gbt hnt With the bat I'ghl-heavy crown. Hot Springs, Va.-tflVfhe National Association of Collegiate Commissioners opened a four-day annual meeting here today in an atmosphere of peace and harmony --but members were ipindful of a storm cloud on the horizon that was apt to break open at any time. Chief among the knotty problems expected to come befbre the meeting is the set of controversial recommendations of the special committee on athletic policy of the American Council on Education. Asa' Bushncll, president of the commissioners group and Eastern College Athlclic Conference Commissioner, indicated the ACE recommendations may become the principal topic of conversation. And one of lh« early arrivals, who declined uie of his name, took due note of Bushnell^s remarks. He, too, said he anticipated a Jot of talk on the ACE propoialj -and he didn't cere to predict what might Happen. ( The commissioners simply agree -- as best they can -- dn certain principles they believe to be food lor college athletics and then recommend that their various conferences carry out such practices. In addition to Bushnell, commissioners' attending the meeting are Arthur £. Eilers, Missouri Valley; Wallace Wa.de, Southern; Erhil L. Larson, Border; Berme Moore, Southeastern; K L. Rorrt- hey, Mountain States; Victor O. Schmidt, Pacific Coast; Howard Gfubbs, Southwestern; Kenneth L. Wilson, Western; and Reaves E. Peters, Big Seven. Robinson Scores Quick Kqyo Oxer Graziano; Eyes Maxim Chicago - (/P) - Middleweight Champion Sugar Ray Robinson, 32, but still a ring killer With a quick and paralyzing punch, is ready for a shot at his third world title after a thinUround knockout of cha'llenger Bocky Gra7.iano, Robinson's execution last night of the former 160-pound champion before a capacity Chicago Stadium crowd of 22,264 apparently was a stepping stone to a June New. York showdown with Champion Joey Maxim for the to drive horrie three runs with a homfcr and double in the St. Louis Cardinals' Second straight night · victory over Pittsburgh, fi-5, . i P out The Cards ripped Mowle Pn'W, an old friend .and former teammate, for five ruhs after two were out in the:seventh. Cihclrinatr'and Chicago had an Open date in the National. Yanki Oet Good Start Vic Hascht got the New York Yankees off-winging in their drive 'toward a fourth straight pennant ·with an 8-1 romp over the Philadelphia A's. Big Vic needed help from Johnny Sain when he de, veloped a ^yild streak and walked two straight in the ninth after pitching two-hit shutout ball for the first eight frames. Cleveland and the surprising St. Sugar Kay confessed he went "head-huntin'· early" to pulverize Graziano in a brief but blistering $82,208 to Robinson and ?68,507 to Graziano. Robinson weighed 157%. - "Ah figured that against, a fighter like Rocky, you gpt.to.hurt him quick to keep him from get*, ting cocky," said HbbinSon; "YOU toy with a slugger like him and later when yoti clout him, he thinks it's accidental. So I Sailed into him on every opening." It was a miscalculation that dropped the curtains on eager, wild-swinging Graziano. "See, I bounced off the ropes in the middle of the third fourid aild clouted Koblnson good With a right and down he goes," said Graziano in lilt dressing room. Robinson went down for no'count mldWay ill the third found. "So a little later, he drives me to tho ropes With q left to the body and I figure to bounce off again and give it to him good. But, Wham, he blasts that right and It catches me right on the button and the fight is over." Sugar Ray, who still considers himself the welterweight king (he automatically Vacated that crown when he beat Jake La Malta lor the 160-pound title) as well as the middleweight champion, reportedly will skip a scheduled middleweight title defense Miy It at New York against Paddy Young to take on Maxim. Robinson's Intense pride and the prospects of another lush gate, possibly ;, iomparlhg With last night's Met. of ?194,028, gaVe Solid support to tho report of i JUne clash with Matfim, Rahtnson declared himself not Interested in tackling Maxim at 175 pounds. But George Galnford, Robinson's manager', broadly hinted that Sugar Ray cbhsiders himself capable of whipping much heavier foes and desirous of joining Bob Fllzslrnmons ahd Henry Armstrong as triple ring champions. Atkinaafi ISPORTS '·" ' '·· tf, ' ARKANSAS 1IMES, fay.n.vill., Arkamat,. Thur«doy, April 17, lf» | J MAYS CASE RAISES QUESTION Athlete's "Greater Obligation" To Country Is Puzzle To Talbot j fa\of dependable, low-cost } protection -- fast, friendly | letvice w i t h H a r d w a r e | Mutuals Automobile Insur- l ance that meets financial : responsibility laws every( ^vhere. Write or phone for [ full details! W, C. (BILL) ADAIR 431 North Olive. Phone 704 H .ml w a r e M u t u a l ? Louis Browns kept step in their two-way tie for the American League lead. The Indians nipped Chicago, i-0, on rookie Jim FVld- ley's homer and Bob Lemon's three-hit pitching while Hbgeri Hornsby's BroWnies clipped Detroit, 5-4. Floyd Baker, supposed to be a "good field, no hit" man, won a game for Washington with a bases- loaded single off BosloH's Ellis Kinder with two out in the llth, 4-3. Irv Noren's double and two walks loaded them up. Julio Moreno went all the way for the Senators. Ted Williams, who twisted his ankle while running out a triple yesterday, saw action only as a pinchhitler lor Ted Lebcio in the seventh. He struck out, The Indians continued to get super pitching with Lemon doing 1 the job but had to depend oh a rookie from Dallas to do the hitting. Fridley's fecond-inning hbhi- er ruined Joe Dobsori's four-b,it job. An outstanding Roman Meal Bread. ll-19-ti tin-Till Venetian ·limit Aluminum and DkcMnfc Awiiiitn Alimlimni Wlnd.wi M DMT tertent it-oil T*c«rJtt«it hc«ii ttalrtrttt GA6E COOPER m«i» UK 441 M. UHIt EARLY TIMESffi KENTUCKY'S FAVORITE STRAIGHT BOURBON wnceat ·MtLT TMMi WStlUMY COMPANY · Iwfcv*. t (f.n»«kr Lookouts Hand Barons Second Walloping, 18-5 New Orleans Pins First Loss Of Year On Travelers (By The AMMiatti! Press) Faithful Blrrhihgharh fahs^--and there have been precious few the past two nights^-are wondering who let that wild bunch from east Tennessee into their peaceful city, The Chattanooga lookouts have riddled Baron pitchers for' 32 runs and 45 hits in thS two games. Last night they jolted five throwers for 25 safeties and an 18-5 walk-" away. Mobile bowed to Memphis 10-9 for the Bears' first loss, Atlanta finally found the victory column with a rousing 13-6 triumph over Nashville and New Orleans handed the Little Rock Travelers their first reverse 5-4. The latter fracas was notable principally because Hal Simpson, [he Travelers' muscular outfielder, seems determined to hit a home run in every game. The big fellow poked his third last night iti Little Rock's third outing of the year. First baseman Harvey Zernia also homered for the defending champions. New Orlearis righthander Notman Morton hurled a six-hitter to record his second victory, although he needed some last- InhihR help from Preston Elkins. It was a heart-breaking loss for Ernie Funk, former Amerl6an Legion star, making his horne- town debut in professional ball. Little Rock errors hurl tne youngster. World War II displaced 10 for every one person left homeless before in_ Europe. ·r OAYtE TALBOT New York-(^P)-Once in a while a chiticd phrase will get stuck in a man's mind, the same as one ; of those advertising jingles on the radio, and.he, will go nuts for several days' trying to shake the thing. One of them has given us a hard time the last w*ek. It bogan when We read where Col. James T. Johnson, head selective service official in Alabama, had reminded young Willie Mays of the New York Giants that he "owes perhaps a greater obligation his country" than other boys because of his promise in tile sports world. The occasion was the turn-down of Willie's appeal against being drafted next riionth. The 20-year- old Ne^ro star had claimed he was the chief support of four of his 11 brothers and sisters, his step-dad being unemployed. C61. Johnson ruled it was riot a true'hardship case, and we accept his trained judgment there, but the "greater obligation" quote stlick like a needle in a cracked record. Just why does Willie owe 'a greater debt to his country tlian the kid in the next block who can't clothesline a peg to horhe plate We haVe cbnislderd every angle and haven't corrte Up with the answer yet. Are boys being penalized because they af8 jlrohils- ing athletes? Baseball men have told Ui this spring that they arei but they have been eittfehiely cartful in each instance to specify thit their names hot be used ahd haVe added that It would be much batter for baseball in general If the topic were not raised at all. It is a sensitive industry these days, aware as never before of public opinion, "It's . heartbreaking," said the head of one of baseball's biggest farm systems. "You bring a boy up through two or three grade's and just when you know he's ready for a try at the big time, that's when they are sure to grab him. They always take the best ones, and by this time I know it's no accident. · . · "I don't ..blame the ..boards. They're only protecting themselves against any possible charge of favoritism.'' Don Newcornbe, the huge Brooklyn pitcher, told reporters at Norfolk the other day t h a t he felt certain he would not bu in uniform today but for his athletic prominence. Don, who served a brief hitch in the NaVy before receiving a medical rlischargc, has a whole catalogue of" minor ailments. .There have been other recent cases of ball players recalled to the colors Which have caused persons totally Unconnected with the game to wonder out loud. The answer, now happily available, seems to be that they owed a "greater obligation." There goes that record again. Extn Hurdle Arkadelphia, Ark.-W)-OffIclals a t - a college track meet yesterday wondered Why the tima in the 120-yard hurdles Was so slow. Then they discovered an extra hurdle had been 'accidentally placed on the track. Lakers Trip Knlcks New York-(/Pj»The Minneapolis Lakers defeated the New York Kinckerbockere 82-77 to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-scvcn NBA final playoffs. MUNICIPAL COURT Grady Dakon, about 46, Fayette- villc, forfeited f !00 bond Whoh he failed to appear in Municipal Court this morning. He was arrested by city ptjllce yesterday at ll a. m., on Highway 1l north and Was charged witli driving under the influence of intoxicants. City Dog Catchers Active, With Animals Kept Five Days At The Pound Before They Are Killed H«I»T DittricI Ho. I Stilt No. 11-17 BEPORT OF CONDITION OF of F«r«li.vllU, Wuhlnjton County, Arkitiioi, at th clou of buitn.H March 31, 1952, a Slate banking institution organhed and opernllhg und.r Ih. bankini lawi of Ihii Slot, and a member of Ih. Fed.ral Rti.rr. Srit.m. Pufcllihaal in accordance with a call mad. by the Slate Banking Authorlll.i and br ihe Federal Rei.rva bank of Ihii Diilrict. ASSETS 1 Gash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and cash items irt process of collection $2,891,563.68 ".. United States Government obligations, direct and gUHranteed^-.^^::^ ; , 2,814,543.16 3. . Obligations Of States and political subdivisions 028,922,55 5. Corporate Stotks (trtcludlBg'sti.OOb.OO stock of Federal Reserve bank) 8,000.00 61 Loans and discounts (including' $6125.50 overdrafts)..- 2,026,816.68 7, Bank premises owned $70,831.23, furniture and 11. fixtures $30,689.02 101,620.25 Other assets 4,753.95 12. TOTAL ASSETS ____ . . $937424027 . . . . .LIABILITIES 13. De'mahd deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and c'or'boralions __________________________________ $4,937,761.62 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations _________________________________ 1,232,683.66 15. Deposits' of United States Government (inclyding postal savings) _________________ _ __ 250,392 17 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions _______ 1,884,478.97 17. Deposits of banks ________________ ^ ________________ 495,223.97 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc). _ 7,100.02 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ________________ $8,813,700.41 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not Including subordinated obligations shown below)- $8,813,700.41 . CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25 Capital*. __^ i 26. Surplus : __ !7. Undivided profits 28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred capital) , 100,000.00 100,000.00 60,539.86 300,000.00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 560.539.86 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $9,374,240.27 ·This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $100,000.00. MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities atid for other purposes.._:. _.$ 521,296.41 I, Jarhts H. Kays, Executive Vice-President, of the above-named bank, hereby certify that the above statement is true to the best of jiy knowledge and belief. : , . . . . . JAMES It. KAYS. CORRECT^Attest: Haydcn Mcllroy, J. B. McConnell, Henry B. Shreve, DlrectbrS. State of ArKansaS, County of Washington ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 16th day of April, 1952. ZELMA W. FARMER, Notary Public. My comrhlsslftn expire* July 30, 1952. ,. . . . . ' · · ' 17-lt-c SHORTEST io LITTLE ROCK-MEMPHIS Go In thi w.dlhilr-coodltloned comfort of a Crown Super Coach-ov.r the shortest all-pov.d iconic route to Litll. Rock. 7 convenient schedules daily fo tervs you. Com* In or call for ichadulti and Information. UNION BUS DEPOT tit N. Coll^* Phon. It SHIP YOUR PACKAGES fcY BUS! Thd tayellevlllo city do* pound if doing a ruihini buiineftit these day. A fayeltevllle ordinance passed In 1834 decree) that it is unlawful for a do; owner, or a ocrnoii in charge of the animal, to let Hie dof run at large In the city limits at any tlm during the months April through September, whether the animal li licpniert or unlicensed. And two University students are hired as dog catchers during the time they arc not attending classes or doing their homo work. That they arc Industrious Is proven by tho fact that on. day this week thori were 20 don at the pound, according to a report by City AluHloi- Harold Zlck! Tim dog pound Is operated by the Faycttevillc Police Department, and is maintained ot the city sewngo disposal plant, southeast of town, A shelter for the animals is provided, along wjth runs, and a project it now under wny whlnh will nllow" the separation of the picked up uninutls by sex--the females will be kept In one Section and the males in another. Operators of the plant do the feeding and watering of the animals. Owners who wish to claim their pets which have been picked up, can get them during a one-half hour period eauh tiny, Claiming time is from 5 to 5:80 p. m. each day Monday through Friday, and from 1 to 1:30 on Saturrtoy. Sunday the place is closed. A police* man is scheduled to be on duty at the p6und at the above cited times. Or"-rate A track The dog catchers opsfnte a city- owned truck, In which they place the dogs they catch. Each catch-31 1 carries a pole with a rope on It, nnd thus Is enabled to catch almost any animal he c»h 'approach to within six to eight feet. Anl- mnls which are too suspicious to nllow the men to ret thli clot. ar. not in too'much danger of apprehension, The dogt art takan to the pound each day after the pickup period. According to Slick, the catchers do not go on private property to pick up the anlhiali, but are especially Interested In catching 'strays.'* However, any dog found running at large la open game, under tho present law, Thd owners who identify their pets at the pound during the ipecificd period when the pound is open inay get the dogt back by paying a fee bt -"BO cents a day while the dog has been at the pound. If thb dog If not vaccinated and licensed. It Will be re- turned to Us owner only after a* city dog license if secured. Boforo | license it raid-by' the city, a vaccination receipt from tome veterinarian must he deployed. The license fco charged by the city Is J1.50. Under present ordinances c:ich dop owned and'kept In the city mint be licensed. Up to dat«, 428 dog Ilcensei have been sold by the city--SO fewer than at the some, time lost year. 8nli I13!lon « of licenses dropped sharply ln:p|«tj D u r gh"II 0 2 1951, when it became necr-ssnry to | vytdnM.lay'i H»iu»« hnvc tho tkg» vaccinated before buying licences. Dogj picked up are kept (it the pound for five days, snd If not claimed In that time, with the dny of "capture" Included In the five-day period, are killed by a member of the Police Deportment or by one of tho dog catchers, nil- patching of the animals is done by shooting. If the animal picked up ban a rabies tug " r a dog license on his collar, ol- thero Is any other menna of identification of the ownm-, ths do(t catcher or a member of the Police Department notifies the owner of the pickup so IhOt he may gel his pet back, Zick ro- ] ports. RAZOR BLADES MUMTtt How They Stand KATIOHAL LZAGUE W L Oroklyri St. Lo«U -----I ..,,, york'"r~rrrnrri Philadelphia --. 0 Clncmnal! 0 . 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