Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 30, 1952 · Page 15
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April 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 15

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NORTHWIST ARKANSAS TIMK, Fov»W«v!l1t, ArhaMW. Wtdnwday, April 30, IMl -TS .Hill Gail And Blue Man Seen \ Top Horses Louisville, K.v.-(/P)-Trniiws "f ! 1(1 well regarded Kentucky Derby eligibles today .'elected H i l l Gail and Blue Man as the horses lo heat in Saturday's $100,000 run al Churchill Downs. The Ifl were askr-d to n a m e ,, Ihcir first three selections ex" eluding their own horses and here is the result of the poll: Ben Jones (Hill G a i l i -- Blue Man and Master Fiddle. Declined to name a third horse because .. hasn't seen enough of them in ac- . lion. Sol Hutrhick (Master Fiddle and i County Flame -- Hill Gail, Blue Man and Pintor. | * Woody Stephens (Blue Man) -1-"" Gail, Master Fiddle and Hannibal. .5-Ivester Veitch (Cold Cnm- msndi -- Blue Man, Hill Gail and Master Fiddle. Joe Jansen (Gushing Oil) -- Hill Gail, Master Fiddle and Blue M a n . ' Jauk Hodgins (Sub Fleet)--Blue i Man, Hill Gail and Arr". i Dion Kerr ( T i n t o r i -- Hill G a i l . ; Master Fiddle and Blue Man. Wally Dunn iArroz--Blue Man and Hill Gail. Declined to pick a thirrl horse. W L. Passmore ( H a n n i l K i l ' -Hill Gail. Blue Man and Pinlor. Bill Winfrey, trainer of Alfred V a n d c r b i 1 t's temperamental Cousin, also was asked to join the poll and he came up with Hill Gail nnd Blue Man. Winfrey doesn't expect In start Cousin following his miserable showing in yesterday's Derby Trial. Erautt "Happy" To Be Back With Travelers I Jtllfi Rnck-f/Pj-.Ine E r a ti 11, hustling catcher of Little Rock's 1948-4H Travelers, has decided l n come hack a f t e r all. ·* ErRUtl, purchased last week by the Travelers from Scuttle nf the Pacific Coast League, at first had refused to report. He siiiri he "wouldn't tfn back In a Iragun if took me three ye«rs to get out of." Erautl also pUyed 'or Birmingham in the Southern. But Traveler Business Manager Ray Winder said last night t h a t ! Erautt has assured him t h a t h e ; would report and would "bp hap- I py lo be back in Little Pock." | E i a u t t hit over .300 in both the years he played here.- and v/a's chosen on the J949 All-Star team. Major League Leaders Bv The Associated Pre«» AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING--Valo, Philadelphia, .429;. Oilman, New York. .394; M u l l i n , petroil, .385: TMMagRio, Boston, S162; Joost, Philadelphia, .361. \ RUNS »ATTED IN -- ,Ilosen, Cleveland!; 12; Fox, Chicago, 10; Lenhardt, toston and Simpson, Cleveland, V Dropo, Boston. 8. HOME ftjNS--Rosen, Cleveland, 6; EasUr, Cleveland, 3. STOLEN HJiSES--Riz7.uto, New York and Rivira, St. Louis, 3. PITCHING^Wynn, Cleveland, 3-0, 1.000; Pahell and Henry, Boston, RaschitNew York, Garver, Cain and feme. SI. Louis and Moreno, Washington, 2-0, J.OOO. NAT10NAf,LEAGUE BATTING -- rifcinson, Brooklyn, .423; Furillo, Irookiyn, .412; Baumholtz, Chicago, .388; Cox, Brooklyn. .318; Kiijiewski, C i n - cinnati. .375. '.. RUNS BATTED ftl--Kluszew- ski, C i n c i n n a t i , 17; Sfier, Chicago, I f i ; Cnmpanella. Bftoklyn, 13; Baumholtz, Chicago, i.ll; P a f k o and Snider, Brooklyn gni Aricock, Cincinnati, fl. ' HOME RUNS-- Pafko, Brooklyn. Sauer and Jackson. Chicago *: i STOLEN BASES--Jel'-.lri?, Boston. 3. ··, PITCHING - Roe. Btcokl.vn. Maglie, New York. Raffendfctrger, Cincinnati and Slaley, Rt.llouis, 3-0. 1.000; Van Ctlyk, .BrrUlyn, Wfihmeier. C i n c i n n a t i and Ivflfcier, Chicago, 2-0, 1.000. V Goebole Varsity Show English Youngster Found Dead After Mad Strangler Escapes Members of the cast nf "One 'I'm i'h i( Vnmi.i," viirsi'.y show which w i l l open Oacbalc at the U n i - versity tomorrow n i £ h t , run through a s e m i - f i n a l r e h r n m i l . Left to risln are Norninn DeMnrch, director; Kay Thompson of Fayottcvillc, Betty Honrice of Tnlsa, Okla., Joan Bell of I J i t l e Hock, Clarice Jackson of Bald Knob, Barbara Bennett of Faycttc iile, M a r y Ann Ooff of Joilesborn, .tune Dalton of A r k a d e l p h i a , and J a n e Pharr of Fort S m i t h . ( A u Jert Mariin photo). mi HER ASOVT Junge's ROMAN MAI Gaebale r Annual University Festival, Opens Tomorrow With Big Vanity Show How They Sta (By Thf Associated Prfss AMERICAN LEAGUE W Rnstnn . . . _ . . _ 9 St. Louis ____________ 7 Cleveland ____________ 9 Washington __________ 4 New York ___________ 4 Chicago J ______________ A Detroit _______________ 2 Philadelphia ....... __ 1 could you pay for total loss? few can . . . but insurance p r o t e c t s against such occurrences . . . be safe -insure with Cravens and Co. Cravens Co., Inc., Ins. In Business For Your Protection CRAVENS BUILDING Cleveland 21, Philadelphia night. St. Louis si New York, ppi r a i n . Detroit at Roslon, ppd., rain. Chicago at Washington, ppri ! rain. CloRp lo IDO University s t u d e n t s --artoi'F, Finger?, dancers and instruments! players--will combine talents to present a v a r s i t y show, "One Touch of Venus," tomorrnw night d u r i n g ' the a n n u a l CM m pus c festival. Gaobalo. The show, a former Broad way h i t , w i l l he given at B:30 in the Greek Theater before an audience i n c l u d - ing Gaebale visitors from a l l parts of Arkansas. The varsity show will lie thr opening event nf Gaobalo. Festivities will c o n t i n u e with a parade and carnival Friday n i p h t , a reception for visitors Saturday morning, and a nance Saiurdpy Sight. Twelve high schools in t h n state arq sending represent;)tivnp lo he guests of the University d u r - ing the events. They are: M n l v r r n , Mena, Helena, Van Burrm, Fort ·' Smith, T e x a r k a n a , I .it tie Rock, ' Bontnn, Hope. M n r r f l t n n , Capidrn and ClnrksviJle. Frnlernitics and sornritin? will house the visitors. The eart of "One Touch nf Venus" is composed of .lames Kin- r;iid, Hot Springs; Barbara Bennett, F a y e t t e v i l l e : MOP McKndreo, LaHrjrpt!, Kan.; Thmnap W h f t a k e r , Forrest Cily; .James Kief nor, W i c h i t a , Kan.; T\lary J a n e Watkins, SpririRdalo; M a r i l y n P Shreveport, La.: Gcnrse Freeman. M a R i m l i n ; Bill Wilson. Wes N. -I.; John MrFan. El Dorado; .lnn D i l d a y , Pine B l u f f ; Billic Jo Moore, Hni Springe: Frnri Kerpo.l, nidycwood, N. J,; Frank Rnborl- son. West Memphis; Bill Jordan, W i l l i f n r d , and Dick Ha He, Calveston. Tex;if. Tlie o r r h c s f r a w i l l he condut'lwl iiy Marx J. Pales, assistant professor of music. NEW AMBASSADOR SEES PRESIDENT NATIOXA^ LEAGUE W L Brooklyn 8 1 Cincinnati R 4 Chicago - _ _ B 4 New "York _ . fi 4 St. Louif 5 7 Philadelphia 4 Bcston 5 8 Pittsburgh .... . 2 12 Tuesday s RMiilts New York 2 , £ i n c i n n a f i 1, night. Boston 5, Pittsburgh 1, night. Philadelphia 8, Chicago 2. Brooklyn 4, St. Lnuisi 1. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. Mobilf .. ...... _ _ . _ _ 13 5 .722 New Orleans ___________ 13 Chattanooga Atlanta i l 9 Little Hock _.- 8 Nashville 6 Birmingham 7 12 Memphis .... . _ _ _ 4 13 Tueiday's Results Chattanooga 5, Atlanta !. T.ittle Rock .1, Mobile 2. Nashville in, Birmingham 5. New Orleans 8, Memphis 2. Red Cieneral Die* ' Moscow-(/P)-Rerl Star, the Hus- j pian Army magazine, reported lo- i day the death of Lt. Gen. M i k - 1 hail Molcv of the Encineer Corps.'| Murry Terms McMilh Highway Plan Fraud M i l IP nnrk-ifl'j-Thf it ate ad- m i n i s t r a t i o n ' s 20 - million - dollar hjRhw.ny const ruction- program \f a f r a u d , says g u b e r n a t o r i a l candid a t e Ike t y l u r r y . A t t o r n e y General M u r r y told « civic c l u b here yrstr relay t h a t '.vlipn an administration promine* j 31 i n i l l i n n dollars in roads, "they i k n o w thf.l it can't he done and it , in only a program to mislead the i people." Murry has born one nf t h e most consistent crillr.s of the a d m i n i s t r a - tion nf Gov. Rid MrMalh. whn is seeking a t h i r d inrm. Keep 1 Hp frun the dmn--reiul h^ TiMKH dully. A r h n r M H r J . KnsUnrf-i/Pi-FI"p-1 year-old l.tnda Flnwyer, who v » n - j i.hed shortly a f t e r sn in.ianr! strangler escaped from n e a r b y ! Rroadmoor Asylum, w^? found j ricsd in a c l u m p of -.mods i n d a v . · Thf escaped man, John Thoma? ! S l r s f f e n . \"'a? rpc.ipturrd rnmr 12 hours r a r l l r r as ho u-a'kH in the j wnori.i w i t h a r m t h r r litd* 4 g i r l , ; seven -,vc*rs olf!. Rhf '.vs* mi- ', harmed. | 'Mr had scaled t h e ay!um *^ll j in Ihc p i r t u i e n q u p B c r k ' h i r f ' cttunlrysirie some SO milr*s v/rst ' » f : London. · Pnlicr n u i i K h t tnd;iy l o I r a r n I f f Kirs f fen wns linker! w i l h l i u l e j Linda's d r a l h . They did no! an- ; nounrr hnw ?hp dlf»d hui sent to SrnMand yard for a patholngijt to" "xamlne the body. Stnif/en g»v« up without *t strujrsl^. He wa.t found in tht xvnodn about (y.-n miles from the Bou'ycr home, where Lindi u-a* last s?fn riding her cyclt yest*r- day afternoon. S t r a f f r t i liarl bp»n s?nt to Rroadmoor last October *ftcr an o i c h i - m l n u i f hearing in which hs \VK* found m e n t a l l y u n f i t for trial. He ha?! h**n chared with stranjt- lini; lu'o l i t t l e ?trl*, one aged six and the other ninr. U. S. railroads earned feu'er paMenaers in 1333 than thty did In IBM. wonf you Tastc-a IHAKEf Don't Suffer Another MlntiH/ What ftrr ynur «kin trouble may be. Head to font. ftafe for children* Itching SKIN WONDER.',;^ Sold In F«y6iteviII« br Quaker Rickelli, ind riyotlerlll« Drug Elorcsi or your hometown drugglil. RED TAG DAYS 14SJS G.E. Btlrlsernlor, J.J cu. II ...... -------- ...... 1SJ.M 444.J5 Phileo HufrlBstDlor, tulo, dilrwJ ---------------- 343.00 10I.IS G.E. W««h«i ......... _ ....... ........ ------ - ---- M.M Sptldlng Goll Bnlli ...... ________ ..... - .......... ------ c US. 95 G.E. DUhvmhtr .'. _______ ............... ------ 100.00 111.11 Mtglc Ch«f Gti R«B§« .. ----------------------- 110.00 G.E. ElKlrlc Iron ..... ..... -. - ...... --------- ...... -------- MS Gurd.n Hikt ... .. ..... - ....... ------------ ........ !·· Pocket Knlr«i. amorled, boil gr«d« -------- ....... ------- l.SO, Lilt Tlxturti -- Kllchnn, Llring Room, Dining Roam, Btiteom ...... . ........... -..- ........ - .......... --- W "" 4 M|( -- "Blu» Liurdl" Dlnn«rwiir» .-._ 1 nl, 3 fet. Dlhntr 111 ......... . 20-Inch Oral Earring Tr»yi _______ ' ....... "our mollo ilne« 1111 w h«»« 11, now" U.»0 "· LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. D. MUKPHY (right), first postwar U. S. ambassador to Japan, l«| with President T r u m a n ir. the W h i i u llmi.59 a f t e r hring sworn ee in a ceremony al the SUte department- (International) BRAKES - LIGHTS - STEERING THE BIG THREE OF SAFE DRIVING KOHLER and HALL for a FREE checkup on theie Important sofety factors at Whiteley's Garage CORNER MOUNTAIN SCHOOL ! Births Mr. And Mri. J.m.f E. Dyk« | Mr. and Mrs. .Tames E. Dyke of Elkins announce the birth of a dauuhter, April 29, at th» City Hospital. 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