Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 30, 1952 · Page 16
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April 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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NORTHWK1 ARKANSAS TIMES, ypy«tttvlll». Affcomot, W«dn«doy, April 30, 1»5» ifts To Players ot Regular Thing Rupp York-(/P)-Ado!pii Jtuppi sHjnlyoiTJIly of Kentucky basketball t-eoach, (old a New York Grand 9 Jury 'lie knew of fiifls to his play- ers from townspeople but denied il was'a regular practice to Rive Iicavy bonuses after well-played games. ' . . Alex Grozn, Ralph Bcnrd · nnrl Dale Bariulablo; wl)0 ha() P 1 ""'- cd guilty to a charge of conspiring to shnvu some points, said they had received Rifts ranging up to $50 and $100 from the coach and from team supporters. » W*'ll plek you up · · · ·''no y"" boll1 · · · f\\* your vote. NOW WHAT'S YOUR EXCUSE? PHONE 442 If A T r In » Aik«iMi Pharmaceutical V 0 I F AiiocUtlon'i Pmidtntial Primary ' V .. ElKllon MAY 1-2-3 RICKETTS DRUG STORE V O T E AIXAM A. an ··««.«· We '. don't, remember exactly where' we liaw it, but we do recollect that it made good sense. Ducky Joe Medwick. ex-Cardinal star outfielder, was being interviewed. Medwick is currently managing in the minor leagues. Medwick said--on' the subject of bean balls--that he has lold his pitchers never to let him !;now if they purposely throw at a batter's head. And he said that he advised his pitchers not to let the catcher In on the fact cither. According to Medwick a pitcher is taking the chance of Injuring a follow player when he throws at 'him and'should have lo live with RED TAG DAYS THURSDAY - FRIDAY -i SATURDAY Join thi itiony home mok«ri who will tokt advantage of these thrifty toying*, during Fayetteville'i three dayi of Red Tag Specials. Many other* not liited. RED TAG-LIVING ROOM SUITES 2-pc. Living Room Sull«-Spacious Sofa with buoyant spring construction and matching chair. Freiz* coven In Green, Rote or Cocoa. REDTAGSPECIAL SOFA -- Red MatelUites, fringed bate, reg. 198.50.... 2-Pc. ROM Frieie Living Room Suite, Reg. 199.50 3-Pc. Sectional SOFA, Grey and Gre«n Frieze. Reg. 169.50 159.50 169.50 139.50 SOFA-BED AND CHAIR Comfortable bed by, night; Two -rooms in one. Suite covered in Hose Frieze. Red Tag Special 169.50 SOFA-BED AND CHAIR Made in Champagne plastic for carefree service. Upholstered arms. Red Tag Special 99,50 6-PIECE BED-SOFA GROUP · 6 usable pieces, ·Sofa, (hat makes a bed; ·Matching Base Rocker and matching occasional chair; *2 lamp Tables, · Coffee Table. Cover«d In Red, Green, Blue or Biege Plastic: A complete Room Group of six pieces. RED TAG SPECIAL. · . · 149 50 that Jact himself. The catcher and the manager shouldn't have to share the responsibility i£ they don't approve. _TM_ And Medwick added that he had pointed out to his young pitchers that every'time they "dust off" a batter they are admitting that they ·don't feel they have the ability to ;t him out by pitching to the ale. And a pitcher needs to be )le to get the ball over the plale nd the batter out it he is going to '. successful. Medwick, il is to be remcmber- d, was the victim' of a famous can-ball case while a major aguer. Anyone w h o doubts that the Diversity football staff is well rganized should confer with one f several thousand oyslers that ere broken open on Mcunt Se- uoyah Monday night. CjLch Otis ouglas, and his always charming rsl lady, were host and hostess o some 1,500 folks--the majority f whom (as near as we could tell) ame to eat. The fare, which con- sled in the main of oyslers and rab, was exotic as far as most the gucsls were concerned-Is being a part of the side-meat nd corn-bread belt. But the thing to behold was the rganlzation. The grounds keeper directed the r.iffie for the mam-noth crowd; ic equipmenl manager shoveled nc little mollusks on n roaring ire; the assistanl coaches pried pen Ihe bivalves for the hungry lorde; the trainer cracked raw yslers on Ihe tail-gate o." a truck or those lhat wanted to make hings more difficult than they vere; and the program and con- ·esslons manager scurried around ooking for more ham. Helping in .11 phases of the opcralion, of course, was the head man himself . . Otis Douglas. A sampling of comments included: "My goodness' Is THAT what a crab looks like?" I had four dozen. Small, aren't they?" Pul one in your coal, dear. We'll lake il home lo molhcr." "Why, hello, .Ihcre. I haven't seen you in 11 years." : I hope Ihe Porkers have a good year. They might do this again." The one thing that was unani mous was that it was a wonderful party. And no one, lacking the exhaustible energy of the Ark ona httaA cnafh wmilH hav* BEDROOM SUITES Travelers Cool League-Leading Mobile, 3-2 By The Associated Press The Mobile Bears, Southern Association league leaders, have every reason to hate the Travelers from Little Rock. The Dodger farmhands were sailing along on the crest of a three-game winning streak when Dutch McCall twirled the Arkansas club to a 3-2 triumph last night, enabling New Orleans to pull within one. game of first place. Chattanooga swamped Atlanta, 5-1, New Orleans blasted the lowly Memphis Chicks, 8-2 and Nashville gave Birmingham a 105 jilt. Little Rock's rally Rot under way when Charlie Lelchas was safe on an error. A.sacrifice bunt moved the base runner to second and Jim Cronin was intentionally walked to get to. Catcher Duke Doolittle, who responded with a high bounder to Don Zimmer. 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