Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 28, 1952 · Page 9
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April 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Bulldogs Capture Class A District Track Title and Dry Summer--all '.trlctly re-' bfn knocked off IT tlnM* via tlM mote outsiders In pre-L'crby con- two-for-one route, "y · slderation. ' ! · .- ,-r 1 --· .s'.-,- - ' An outstanding flavor--JuSfl»"» 1 Human Meal Bread. ' 11-lt-tf Bentonville Places Second In Close Meet Von Buren Juniors Win; Eureka Springs Grabs B Division Fayetteville a n d d e f e n d i n g ; champion Bcntonville waged a j tight battle for the majority of t h e , afternoon Saturday in the a n n u a l ] District One Class A track a n d ; frlrt meet.. The Bulldogs, with I superior strength in the relays and middle distances, finally took the loam trophy away from fie Tigers 60 1 /' to fi2. Van Buren placed | third with' 27'/i and Springdnle j linishrit last with 14 points. I In the Class B competition Eu: rekrj Sorinss and Berryvillc were ] the only contestants and Eureka j Sprinss had all the best of it, winning 7S : i to 3 J .l'i. Van Bu.rcii V-\-\ 1-^r-l - } f f wil'l '|l"r . l!! nl Qr till?. : chiefly on the strength of one' bny--R i c h a r d "Wild Horr-e" : ra'nffhrrty-- who scored fivi firsts,; a fourth and anchored two win- j nin« relay teams. I T'rr Pointer .Pups scored S3] points to runner-up Snrcnqdale.'s | 27. Berryvillf; cainral third place · with 21V::. Eureka Springs made 20. Bentonville hail seven and A's Good At Hitting ! Into Double-Plays frll»p In tkc TIMM--« ftrt. V 2 GALLON Yaailia ke Cream 63c Holland Eros. Lacker Plant RADIO TV SERVICE Latest TV Test Equipment 24-Hour Service TRI-STATE SALES CO. 320 W. Dickson Phone 513 WHERE'S JOE Too twd! bveryhody is having such a eu.itl t i m e t-ating. drinking what dtej Dkf wiih never a worry. Hut not Joe. He siayed away because be knew he would have acid indigestion, he»rt- hurn. CBS, il he ale and had « good lime l i k e the others Why h«sn't he t l i u o t r r e d Turns, too? One or two Tunis eaten l i k e candy, stops acid in- diccstion almost hclorc it starts. Do like millions ol Americans--carry 1 roll ol Turns with you always. See hnw they help you cnioy Ille- Onlr loc. IS FOR IMi niMMT Fayetteville linibhed on the bottom with two and a half points. Defending Class A chsmoinn Bentonville started out strong, taking a lesd in the field events run during the morning session at Razorback Stadium. With six ev»nts run o[f the Tieers were ahead of Fayettevills, 26 to ZU-. Van Buren, a f t e r a fast start, was out-classed in the later events. Startin? with the 440-yard relay the Bulldogs picked up five first places in a row to go ahead of Bentonville, and the. Tigers were never able to seriously threaten the Kayetteville lead asain. Fayetteville sained seven f i r f t places in the 14 events held. Bentonville won six events and Van Buren got one win. *· Larry Trammel and TSonnle Morris, of Fayetteville and Diesel and .Tames, of Bcntonville, won two events each. The summaries: Class A DISCUS--1. White, Bent.: 2. Crawford. V.B.; 3 Youne. V.B.; 4. Pearson, Fay. Dist. 12*' 8A". POLE VAULT--1. Hardell and .Tames, Bent, (tied); 3. Lewis, Fay., and Young, V.B. " (tied). He'i'.ht I) 1 R". BROAD JUMP--1. Morris, ^av.: Z. Terry, Fay.: 3. Chanman. V.B.; 4. Ditsel. Bent. Dist. W 1"". SHOT PUT--1. Yoarg, V. B.; 2. Shepard, Sp.; 3. While, Bent.; 4. Powers. Fay. nist. 41' in'j". HIGH JUMP--I. .Tamns. Benl : ?.. Terry. Fay.; 3. Head. Fay.; 4. Youna. V.B. Heiaht .V 10". 100-YARD DASH--I. nir«el. Bent: 2. Adams, Fay.: 3. Brooks, Fay.: 4. Johnson. Sn. Tim; 10.7. 440-YARD R^.LAY -- Ff.yettf- ville (Adams. Brooks. Powers. Morris); Bent. V.B.. So. T; m e 48.5 High HURDLF.S-- 1. Trammel. Fay.: 2. Head. Fav.: 3. James, Bent.; 4. Collier. V.B. Time 16.8. 880 - YARD R E L A Y -- Fay. (Adams, Brooks, Powers. Tramm e l ) ; Bent., Sp., V.B. Time 1:30.9. 440-YARD DASH--1. Morris, Fny.; 2 Syroe'k, V. B.; 3. Paige, Sp.; 4. Head, Bent. Time 55.0. LOW HURDLES -- 1. Trammel, Fay.; 2. James. Bent. 3. Tonthakc-r, V.B.; 4 Welchel, Sp. Time 22.9. 880-YARD DASH -- 1. Rising, Bent.; 2. Shinlcy. Fay.; 3 Head, Bent.; 4. McBride, V.B. Time 2.20.0. I 220-YARD DASH--1. Diesel, Bent.; 2. Syroek. V.B.: 3. Adams, Fny.; 4. Brooks. Fay. Time 23.0. MILE RELAY--Fay. (Trammel, Breazeale. Morris, Head); Sp., Bent., V.B. Time 3:»3.2. Class B , DISCUS--1. Hill, Berryville; 2. 1 Patrick. Bryvl: 3. Davidson, E. S.: 14. Harris, E. S. Dist. 104' 11". POLE VAULT--1. Hnad. E. S,; 2. Hilton. F,. S. Dist. 8' 10". BROAD JUMP--1. P a t r i c k . . Bryvl.; 2. Massnian. E. S.; 3. R. iTirey, E. S. Dist. 19'3". I SHOT PUT--1. Hill. Bryvl.; 2. Davidson. E. S.; 3. R. Tirey, E. S. Dist. 34'6',b". HIGH JUMP-- 1. Patrick.Bryvl.: 2. Harris, E. S.; 3. Hilton, E. S. Height 5'5". 100-YARD DASH--11. R. Tirey, E. S.: 2. Patrick. Bryvl.; Swafford, .Bryvl. Time 11.0. HIGH HURDLES--1. Hilton and Harris, E. S. (tied for first); 2. Clark, Bryvl. Time 21.0. . 440-YARD R E L A Y -- E u r e k a Springs. Time 49.04. 880-YARD RELAY--E u r e k a Springs. Time 1:44.0. 440-YARD DASH--1. Harris, E. 1-S.; 2. Dillard, Bryvl.; 3. Clark, Bryvl., and Hinton, E. S. ( t i e ) . Time 60.8. LOW HURDLES--1. R. Tirey, E. S.; 2. Massman, E. S.; 3. Hill, Bryvl. Time 24.4. 880-YARD DASH--1. H u f f m a n |E 5 ; ' 2 . Walker, E. S. Time 2:20 220-YARD DASH--1. B. Tirey E. S.; 2. R. Tirey, E. S. Time 41.6 'MILE Relay--Eureka Springs Time 4:21.5. Juniors SHOT PUT--Daughlery, V. B. Fox. Bryvl., Henry, E. S., Anslin Sp. Dist" 43' 11". HIGH JUMP -- A n s 1 i n, Sp., Weeks, E. S., Cumpton, V. B.. ' (three-way tic for fourth). Height -!' IQ'j". Discus--Slauffcr, Sp.. C a r r, Bent Stamper, Bent., Chapman, V. B. Dist. 123'3%". BROAD JUMP--Wright. Bent., Chapman, V. B.. and U m h o t z . Bent, (tie), Daughtery, V. B. Dist. I 8* 4'* 50-YARD DASH--Daughtery. V. D Weeks, E. S., Stone, Fay., Stai-ffor, Sp. Time 6.1. 440-YARD RELAY-Van Buren, Springdalc. Eureka Spring, Ben- ionville. Time rO.fi. POLE VAULT--Bowen, E. S., Oxier. Sp., Chapman, V. B. Hciehl 8' 3". ino-YARD DASH-Daughtery, V. D., Weeks, E. S.. Mitchell, V. B.. Stauffer, Sp. Time 11.2. 440-YARD DASH-Daughtery, V B Gllfoy, So., Hmiry. E. S.. Stubbs, Bryvl. Time 500 LOW HURDLES --Mitchell. V. B., Comnton, .V. B.. and Knox, Bent, ( t i e ) , Jackson, Sp. Time 1 fi 1 220-YARD DASH-Baun.htf.ry, V. B., Wright. Bryvl btunhs, Brwl.. Hash, Sp. Time -.6.1. 8BO-YARD RELAY-Van Buren, Surinfidale. Berryville, Bentonville. Time 26.1. Derby Hopefuls 1 To fake Tests At \ Doivns Tomorrou'l 1 Louisville, Ky. - I/P) - They are ooinR to sift so:ne chaff from the j wheat at Churchill Downs tomor- ! row r.nd before nightfall the line; u p for the $100,000 added Ken| lucky Derby should be f a i r l y well in hand. The shifting will come In the Derby Trial, a mile prep for Ihe ' j b i g mile and one-quarter rlau'c for 3-year-olds on Saturday. The Trial if expected to dr«w a field of 10 or so, including M least three, and possibly (ivt, of the Derby candidates mofl Ulktd about at the Downs. Hill Gail .pride of the Cilumet Farm, heads the list. Should thf fleet son of Bull Lf» show to «n advantage ;;i the Trial, he'll probably go to the post in the Dtrby the favorite to lake down the winner's share of the purse. Among the more highly rated Derby candidates who are expected to oppose the Calumet fUsh j tomorrow ;re the unpredlctuhlC' '' philadrlphla - i./I'i - Thf PMI- | Cousin from the btrni of Alfred ' m l d n h l n Alhlrlii-s l e n d t r r ! V«nderbilt »nd Sub Fleet o f : American Lea:i"* in at leant one IfJhirles T. Filhtr', Dlxlana Farm.; depnrtment Inrlny-hlitins into Trainer Sylvester Veltch «» may ««nd nut C. V. Whitney's Cold Command, recent conqueror of Hill Clall In a 5tv*n-furlong test. at Ktcneland, and W. J. Bo»more slid yeittrday lit would rnter Bayard Sharp's Hinhlbal, an eastern hope, but might not start him. Other probable entries include Arroz, Brian Born, Kingly, Hro\vn Rambler, Turks Cap. Seven Sun HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery r. e. ·»« in ·» Roqovin Not So Stingy With Runs This Season Chicago-(/Pl-Saul Rogovin, the American League's earned run leader in 1951, finds himself with a 4 24 era today. The bin Chicago righthander was belted for six runs all of them earned, by the St Louis Browns yesterday. lio- govin had a 2.78 mark last year. Winborn Named Coach At North Little Rock North Little Rock, Ark.-(/Pl- Benny A. 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