Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1952 · Page 8
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April 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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WON THESE FKST-OMHE-WEEK Admiration (hue Sinbon or M«well House tata's (armed Can lOc B*tty (rocker ; Devil's Fod CAKE MIX 29c BOtDBI'S . jf- .Wmiento ,. Olive Pimiento .. 5-«*. Jor Mitittol Lb.15c MIRACLE WHIP Silad Dressing 45c Q ua Hog Golf Team To Play Texas At Fort Smith -. · - . . . . ,1'- ·- i The University of Ark.mas golf team, defeated In Its first three encounters with Southwest Conference teams,; was scheduled to take on- the toughest of them all-the University of Texas^-this afternoon at Fort Smith. The Longhorns ire favored to win the golf title, '·· trick they have turned .a majority of the time since the loop started .competition in. t h e sport. .,'·."· : ~' ' ' : \ · . : ·· ' ' -: The matches will* be played over the. Hardicrabble "'Country Club 'course,.' \yhlch is . almost as strange to the Arkansas Hnkiters porkers at a disadvantage on the length.: The Fayettevllle course, where the Arkansas team gets in its practice' is much shorter than the Fort Smith layout, - . ' . ' . " ' : · ' · .'Saturday the Arkansas golf team tropped.-* 5%-to W decUlonao lege'Station. That vat the. same icore by which the team droppee Its Friday match with .Rice «t Houston. Mike Clifford and Tom Raney" halved 'itheir 'foursome match with the Aggies for the half- point. '- '.. ·-:."" .-...-.·.·"· Sedgmin,Drobny Meel With Kalian Net lie At Stake Rome-(/P)-What could be a preview of the Wimbledon final-frank Sodgman vs. Jaroslav Drobny--lured upwards of 10,000 spectators to the Italian International tennis tournament today. Possibly the two greatest non- American Amateur players in'the world today, Scdgman, ace of the Australian Davis Cup team, and D r o b n ' y , the Czechoslovakia!! turned Egyptian because he didn't like his country's Communist government, iwcpt through their early rounds with no trouble. Both breezed into the final yesterday, Drobney taking the measure of Budge Patty of New York, I-I, 6-d, 7-9, and Sedgman shellacking Kurt Nielsen, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4. Only . elf ht days ago, . Sedgman won the Monte Carlo final fro: Drobny, 7-9, 6-2,'7-5, 6-1. SPORTS UMrHWIST ARKANSAS TIMfS, Foy.rttvill., Arkonsot, Monday, April 21, 19S2 vYeder WhiHononAI Kansas Relays . Lawience, . Kan.-(/P)-Two Arkansas athletes turned in brilliant performances in the Kansas Relays. , . - ' · ' · · ' Dean Pryor, a halfback in football, won the gruelling decathlon, taking the two final events in Saturday's competition to beat out Jim Phllbee of Bradley University.- Pryor scored 6,228-points to 5,994 for Philbee. Pryor cleared the riolc vault bar at 12 feet, 3 Mi inches and took the javelin at 149 feet, 8^ inches. He placed second in the 110-meter hurdles, won by Phllbee, fourth In'the discus and third in the 1,800-meter run. Lee Yodcr of Arkansas set a new mark for the 400-meter hurdles.'.--'Voder ran'the distance in 51.9 to .eclipse the old. record of 52.6, set the previous day, DefMrii* hi tap HHtiifl Robust .000 New York -(fF)- Ferris Fain, American Leatfue batting king in ·1811, is hitting .000 so far. this season; Fain went hltlcss against ! thi'New York Yankees yesterday 'Unking it 21 Wuitiess efforts in six-games. -The PhlWdelphla A's .smooth-fielding first baseman also has committed two errors. Of Last , Year Already Plttsburgh-(yp)-The two base hits H a r r y Perkowskl made against the Pittsburgh Pirates Jn yesterday's opener . must have made him feel good. The Cincinnati southpaw only made one hit In 37 games all last year. Hw-Tliu Tilt iUtaeil Out The Arkansas baseball team, victorious in its Friday night battle with the University of Tulsa, hid, its Saturday night tilt rained out. The Porkers have won three and lost three. Barons Clip Vols, Climb From Cellar -.'; 'By The AMOcUted Freis. - For a'- w'eek everything Birmingham didiin a baseball .way seemed to be wrong. But in their last two carries practically everything the Barons have done has been just right. Yesterday Nashville tried strategy on the Barons, It backfired and Birmingham belted the Vols 5-4. The .victory gave Birmingham a lift out of the Southern Association cellar. It gave them their first victorious series 6f the season and ^narked the first time this year the Barons have won twice in a row Memphis tumbled into the cellar with a double-header loss to New Orleans, 6-4 and 8-4. Atlanta divided with Chattanooga, 7-9 and 12-9 and Little Rock and Mobile split--Little Rock taking the opener 1-0 and Mobile the nightcap, 6-1. Wade Browning was half an inning away from a no-hitter for Mobile in the second game. In the seventh, Little Rock's Harvey Zernia and Hal .Simpson singles to spoil the Welch's dr Gripelafc GRAPE Richest ol all coffees gives yeu 10-15 more cups per pound yet costs only 2 cents each got showpiece pitching. Little Rock's run was scored oh a walk, wild pitch, passed ball and Infield out. Ernie Funk gave six hits in winning the opener. The second Chattanooga-Atlan- a game was called 'because of darkness after the fifth by Umpire Nell "Strocchia. The Weather Bureau reported, at the time that visibility was about 15 miles. Booing came out- of' the stands from 7,500 fans whon wanted to see some more baseball, Minoso's Slump At Plate Hurts Chisox St. Louis- W)-One of the reason's the Chicago White Sox are off to such a dismal start is the inept batting of Minnie Minoso. Last season; Minoso swatted ,a healthy .328 and was one of the sparkplugs In Chicago's surprise fourth-place finish. But so far this season, the Negro outfielder is hitting only .ISO. How They Stand AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet Cleveland 1 0 1.000 Boston l_fi 1 .85' St. Louis 5 2 ,7H Washington _: i_j j .auu New York : 2 3 400 Chicago 2 ,5 .286 Philadelphia 1 5 .167 Detroit _ 0 7 000 Yttiwdar's Rwulti Chicago O-lo,-St. Louis 8-2. Detroit 2-2, Cleveland 3-7 New York 9, .Philadelphia 8. Boston 8,' Washington 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L .Brooklyn - 5 Cincinnati 4 Chicago ._: __3 St. -Louis.-'-'-'^.-i;^.^^ 3 ·· Pet. .833 .867 .800 .500 .420 .400 .333 .287 _ New Y6rJc-*r.-.__i^U-- 2 Philadelphia 1___^ ___ _2 4 Pittsburgh .'. ____ ____ 2 5 YMindar'i Rnultt New York 6, Brooklyn 0. Philadelphia' 4-1, Boston 3-2. Cincinnati 8*12, Pittburgh 8-2. St. Louis 2, Chicago 1. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. Mobile _: ______________ 7 2 'Jew Orleans _. ________ 7 3 Chattanooga __________ 5 5 Jttle Rock __________ 4 4 Atlanta ______________ 4 5 Mashville ____________ 3 4 Birmingham _________ 3 6 Memphis ------------- 3 7 .778 .700 .500 .500 .444 .429 .333 .300 Ye»terday'» Remits Chattanooga 9-9, Atlanta 7-12 Birmingham 5, Nashville 4 Mobile 0-5, Little Rock 1-1 New Orleans 6-8, Memphis 4-4 In 1952, Italy had almost twice is many automobiles as in 1940, '- figures being 705,844 and 358,208. An outstanding flavor--Junge'i Roman Meal Bread. IL-lD-t! Hear Better B U Y W I S E L Y ! Wttn buying o Htor'mg AH · look far Mii tc«planc. 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Krauf 43 25' Margarine b 15' Highway, Sliced, Halves Peaches Dolewood Colored, Quarters No. 2'/2 Can Armour's Star Fresh Pure Lard Powdered or Brown Cane Sugar 10 Taste Tells, Fine Quality P'kBeans3, 25' Northern Brand Soft Tissue 4 31 Kraft Salad Dressing Miracle Whip 45 C ·· ·· - _ *· ** · · ' Ml · · '· ' - · - . · ^ ·· - - . * . . . , , _. . Full of Gold Florida Helm's Fresh Pure Orange Juice 19 ! · · « · . . ^ ^^^ 29 SodaCr'ck'rs 23 Pound Roll Busy Baker or Krispy Van Zee Wisconsin Cheese Sp'ad 69 Laloni Top Quality P'apple Juice 29 Finest Quality,, Crisp B'nch Trnips 6 h !2 A New Low Price Folger C'fers?79 c Aywon, Arkansas Pack B'nsPot'es 15 New Valencia, Tree-Rip* Fla. Oranges 47 SAFEWAY

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