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Jones, Louisville, Ky.-UP)-The 78th I Kentucky Derby looked very much j like some Derbies of other years today with the combination of a Calumet-owned horse, trainer Ben Jones and jockey Eddie Arcaro playing the familiar favorite's role. The combine moved front and center f o r - t h e S100.000 ad-".ed run around Churchill Downs Saturday wlien Hill Gail took wings yesterday and fairly flew over a mile to smash the track record in the Derby Trial. With Arcaro merely flicking his whip in Hi!! Gail's lace, the big 1 son of Bull Lea reeled off the mile in 1:36.6 to clip one-Iifth second off the track standard and leave eight other derby eligible* far up the track. The closest, Mrs. Gordon Guiberson's California-owned Arroz, was five lengths back. And some 42 lengths back came no less a well- rated candidate than Alfred Van- derb.ilt's temperamental Cousin- blowing his last chance to prove his right to be in the Derby post parade. · As a result of the prep the odds on Hill Gail dropped to P-5 today and he may go to the post at even shorter odds. Derby fans, especially those from the Blue Grass country, like nothing better than to pour their money into th? mu- tuel machines on a horse owned by Mrs. Warren Wright's Calumet Farm, trained by Jones and ridden by the big-nosed Italian from New York with a magic touch. Four times in the last 11 years the devil-red silks of Calumet Farm, built on a baking powder fortune, have been carried home first in America's most famous horse race. They were Whirlaway (1941),'Pensive U8:4). Citation (1948) and Ponder (1343). And each time the winner was saddled by Plain Ben out of Farnell, Mo. In addition Jones tightened the saddle girth on Lav.-rin in 1938 for a total of five Derby triumphs. That's a record for trainers. Twice Arcaro has been up on a Calumet winner (Citation a n d Whirlaway) and to these two he ' adds Lawrin and Hoop Jr. (1945) for a mark never matched by a / jockey. In f a c t the combination of Jopes and Arcaro has never been beaten in a Kentucky Derby. County Baseball Loop To Meet On Thursday And A Calumet Horse FovoredTo Wmjjerjiy Simmons Flashes Old Form In Beating Cubs, 8-2 |cpOR.TS -- -._... - ---- - - · · - · " ' - ' -- ' %'M ^^^^^ _ - m First Action Judgc Criticizes Rupp j n c agc "Fix" Case Since Discharge For Phillie Ace Dodgers Increase Lead As Roe Tames Cardinals, 4-1 By The Associated Press Cold and rain continued to para- ly/.e baseball in the East and a strike threatened to b'lack out a park in the West but followers of the Philadelphia Phillies could find no gloom anywhere today-Curt Simmons is back and he's in the groove. ' The hard-throwing, 22-year-old lefthander, three weeks out of the Army, made his first major league start in 19 months yesterday, and proceeded to tame the Chicago Cubs with a smooth seven-hit performance. 8-2. Manager Eddie Sawyer couldn't hide his pleasure. He said Simmons was able to finish at his own pace after th« Phils treated him to a 4-1 lead. In the, season's first head-on collision of East and We.st, the favored B r o o k l y n ' Dodgers strengthened their grlo on the National League lead by turning back the St. Louis Cardinals on the masterful clutch pitching of Preacher Roe, 4-1. The Dodgers thus Increased their lead to a full game and a half ov?r Chicago, beaten by the Phils, and the Cincinnati Keds. who fell victim to the N?w York Giants at Cincinnati. 2-1. · Maglie, a 23-game winner lor -the senior league champions in 1951, limited the Reds to three hits in outdueling Cincinnati's gangling Ewell Blackwell, and he also accounted for the winning run when he singled Alvin Dark home in the ninth. Blackwell pitched a good four-hitter. In th? other National League game, Warren Spahn, the Boston Braves' crack lefty, nailed Pitls- burgli tighter to the cellar by humbling the Pirates. 5-1. on five hits! It was th? lOth^loss in a row New York -tFi- Three formers- University of Kentucky basketball; stars accused of fixing games' were fre on probation today, but : coach Adolph Rupp--the f a m e d . Baron of the Eluegrass f e l t t h e 1 full impact of the college court i scandal. _ 1 General Sessions Judge Saul S. j Streit castigated Rupp and the Ur.ivenity of Kentucky officials as having to share the "responsibility for corrupting end demoralizing" the three ex-players.; On the recommendation of the: district attorney. Streit suspended! sentences for Alex Groza, Ralph i Beard and Dale Barnstable, all former Olympic performers, but placed them on indefinite probation. In a withering a t l a c k on Ken-' lucky. Rupp and college athletics in general, Streit said of lhe coach ; who has led Kentucky court teams : since 1930: j Aided And Abetted j "The undisputed facts are t h a t he aided and abetted in the immoral subsidization of the players. With his knowledge, the rharjes in his care were openly exploited, their physical welfare was neglected, and lie utterly failed lo build their characters or instill any morals--indeed if he; did not impair them. | "In view of his conduct. Mr. Rupp's sanctimonious a t t i t u d e be- ; fore me becomes ludicrous a n d . comic." i R u p p did not answer t h e . charges immediately. Nor would any o f f i c i a l s at the u n i v e r s i t y : commenl. Dr. Leo M. Chaimberlain. um- . vcrsity vice president, said he f r i t the university should have at least a f"W days to study its position. Streit also accused the college and Rirpp of celling the- players "tips" after they played well. | Beard testified he got $5 or $10, from Rupp if the coach thought · _ _ . he played well. BEST BY TEST By Alan Mavtr a** NO«THWEST ARKANSAS TIMI5, Fav»«*vlll», Arliaimi*.- Wodnnsdoy, April 30, 1952 SPORTS ROUNDUP Texas Aggies Favored To Win SWC Track Meet Razorbacks, Owls Expected To Fight It Out For Fourth The Texas Aggies will be hesv- ily favored to takf their 10th Southwest Conference track and field championship and thtlr f i r i h t i t l e in Ihe last six years at the 37th annual meet in Dallas, Texas, May 9-10. , The Cadets appear to h a v r enough first placet in the bag to more than win the crown -- and thev'rc considered the strong!";! team in reserve strength, In the i conffrncc. . j With better than half o( the nf.- u l a r collegiate t r a c k season out of the way results from the 1052 "in utp evr-iu m » i : - m ( i , M * , j . u ^ . - ,-.-.M"-. · .*· --','~r-u~ ti meets gives the Aggies a chance j failure of Until* "lilb a hall l» In entirely. Now they tell Crurne In it 1?iri in f i r c t nlari^C (It 11 nf 17 rtl_l.l n» · ntiv In nrnnn^l " Kltn- " TiTncspn' Story Plot Discovered In Rules Governing Night Baseball Crises By G A Y I . K TALBOT New York-'/l'i-Thern is a plot i ready-mii'l? lor Fmne b r i c h t Iw- ball no'.Tllil in Ihe l a ' e M s-t ol instructions sent out to NatinnrJ League u m p i r e s mi hnw to conduct themselves in certain crii.".' which nilsU arlsr now I h n t litrht.' given arc an integral p a r t or lhe pas?l! , nr ,-. I the dlntant stand! our hero, who lime. "In tlip event nf n has mortir*Ke'J th* old Horae- stMd on the locals, throw* th« maatcr swl'.ch and saves the lilffhl. IVvibly Ihpre would be a bit of an ar-iiirr.rnt, but the head tlrflpire would have no choice once- the iiulli? v»rf relit. Il other words, : right set of circum- -.inii..-.- that famous swat o£ : n-ihhy Thompson's last fall could firniinrary! hiv? rFcaii"J lhe record Books A TRICK T/!AT HAZfl'T BEEfl PERFORMED lH THE LEAGUE SltJCE HUBElL AtlD DSA/1 MERE Itl ACTIOH He'9 AcrUALLY AVERAGED Zo PSR GeA FOR THE y?/,RS, HAVIH3 wo/J AH ei/e/j mo Ifi THAT Ti''~ meets gives the Aggies a chance failure of Until* "lilb a hall l» In entirely, fsow inc. in at lart 10 first places out of n ni s |it or a play In prnrcM." s'.lp-, Dressen; events. And they will have strong u |, (c , the hiillc'ln- from f.'lnrln-j Our urcond favoi entries in the remaining events. | na ||.'"[| 1r umpire will limnc-dl-l probably li the TM« A summary of first place pos-1 stf | v ra || t | m( . , m | w li r .n (he lisli^i rautlnns National League bilities with best 1952 times and ,,,.',,,,.,,,.,] ,,,, ,,,,!,, the piny Is that "If two names are » stances in parentheses Is as fol- · batsman anri il r u n - i fnr one admission, the ft DUIHbnfrJ liy King FtttHi 5lbil dis lows: Texas A. and M.--Considered a sure rjet wit!) Olymplobound Darrow Hooper in the shot put (53-21 j) and t h e discus (167-5); has recorded thf best broad j u m p ' I23-8 1 *) with Bobby Ragsrlalo: boasts s three-man corps of capable v'auH'rrs In Glenn Spracllln t!3-7. Malcolm Marks M3-5I and Don Graves 113-01;'seems assured of a high j u m p title with Helsinki- hopeful Walter Davis iR-7-Vii; is strong In thr qurler mile w i t h Jim Baker (48.41. John Dewilt (49.1 and Boh Mays 49.!i; equally strong In Ihe 'BSD-yard run w i t h Jim Terry (156.71; and Edwin Wllmsen (1:67.3'; the best team in the mil? and two milt runs w i t h Jim Blainc (4:22.8 and 9:35, John Garmany (4:22.51 anil Charlie Hudjfns (9:45); and should easily ers performed . ,' they ly were lavished with gift certificates amounting to as much as S100, fat bonuses before trips and League tomorrow nignt at tnv F iov - t - '"v ~'"v* v -~ T ;: *'"'' ' VjO tips from Rupp and team well Arkansas Sporting Goods Store. I pitchers with Bpb Friend t h e loser. I · , ter i m p o r tanl games. _ . _ 7 . . . - . . r~l«li. r t « a ··mi A t i r a e nla VPH in " * · - * · * - . . . . n . _ : _ pji.y-|Rajah Credits Marion With Brownie Uprising There will be a meeting of the i "r the hapless Bucs, who i re Washington C o u n t y Baseball eight and a half games out of first ' 'orlte Instruction which . arbllen . ,,.« ,,....... -- scheduled rrMimed, tlir haLiman anci ail r u n - i fnr one udmlaalen, the first fame nrrs ahall return to t'-r Uiuched hy them at Ih ttusprnslon. "Should !he halr.mi'n Inst base; of the dnubleheader should' be tiinr of: rnrrnleted before the second tame : Is started." ; Any umoire who geta mlxeii up that one should tw teverely tic com-; l h c I w t t p r ' f i pHlrd to r e t u r n to box. he shall nsumi HIP count o f ! reprimanded. CJet Ihe idea ? the ninth, and a v i f i t i n c bludacnn- , cr connects w i t h a i n i u h l v Ohrlonaly lt'« a homprun. Juit hfforp (hp hall riant" !· j i i ( i complete Sunday afternoon games l l l ? r l ' I n 5 t "" has lhe two major leases ;iplit down the middle. The National League Instruction Bheet flatly forbids it, and says that any Sab- hath contest which runs into darkness shall be suspended - a n d h u t ; ague ' tomorrow night at tin place. The Pirates used three | Guy Lehn. commissioner of "the grpup announced this morning. The meeting will be at 8 o'clock. . Five teams arc entered in the loop and sixth team is being sought to round out the field. Anyone interested in forming a team and getting in the league is invited to attend the meeting. Only o n e « m e w a s P ' W 1 1 icu-ia inn j.uc.^.^i, ...... urowns. the American' League as unseason- . k tb ,M an( j football at the Uni- ' ···$,, player has done a -ui,, nnir] ivi*4 itf^t sriMinrle whi^li UdiiM-iu _____ UD«« ! . i '. . i · ____ ~ _ TH ___ able cold and wet grounds, which have already cost Eastern clubs more than a quarter of a million dollars, forced three mor? post- ponemenls. Th? Cleveland Indians won, 219, over the Philadelohia Athletics a wild sluglest that saw the . that intercollegiate | Brow INUW Yprk-MPi-Managcr RoRers all season." Honifby believes the siening of i Hornsby t h i n k s the Browns fu- , TMu, u "··"- " i":;-..-..-;-;-..-^ the veteran shortstop M a r t y Ma- t u r e success depends upon how | hurdles with Bob Vails "1.SJ, ana rion was Ihe greater! t h i n g that , many games Marion can play. He has happened lo the St. Louis ! hones Marion can play at least in so short a t i m e as Marion has done for us." the Brownie manager said. "He's been as g r r a t a player for us ys he ever was wit'i t'le Cardinals. Only now he's more April Spojts Card April 30--Arkansas baseoali team vs Omaha U., at Oms.'ia, Nebr. ' versily of Kentucky have been highly systematized and commercialized enterprises; covert subsidization of players, ruthless exploitation nf athletes, cribbing a t , cardinals, umy exam*: 'illegal' recruiling, a reck-1 determined. He's made the ..,,,,,.=,!. less disregard for their physical i f r o m m a n a ger to ]ilaycr very gra- - - · ----- , - - , : . .... welfare, matriculation of u n q u n l l - l ,i«,,d,. two teams pound out _a total of 43 i {jed stu! j e n ts , demoralization of the athletes by the coach, alumni and townspeople and the most 1011 games. The 34-year-old vet- much : cr:m anrl "Mr. Shortstop" of the hits. 25 of. them by the Indians. The American "League, record is N a t i o n a l League was out of action , all Is;', year following a knee operation. The 6-4 thin man also is 1 bolhpred bi- a chronic back ail: mcnt which has kept him oul of ; the lineup on and off for several . years. . ] "This is a better f l u b than "Marion is the glue that is hold- i people believe," said Horosb'y. ing the infield together. He's boen I "It is not playing over its head as an inspiration to the others. Hi's ! many seem to t h i n k . It is simply take the mile relay- Texas--Sprint strength In the 100-yard and 320-yard dashes w i t h D e a n ' S m i t h ( 9 . 5 ) , ' R a l p h Person (9.TI and Car) Msyes (9.81; has a good Two miler in Claude Bradley (3:41.8); favorfd In Ihf lo'.v hurdles with speedy Persoi) (23.0); uid make it does In the high rdles with Bob Vails (14.SI; and expected to takt the 440-yard and 880-yard relays with such a reservoir of dash mtn S.M.U.--Considered to be the best bet In the high hurdles with »51 champion v»l Joe Walker 14.3i; and might give Texas a scare with Bob Goode in the century (9.8). Arkansas--Has a good quarler- milfr 10 'BH1 Diven 48. v ; could corne up with a top-flight d u a l man In Lc^ Yodfr's quarter-mile (49.0) and Ipw hurdles (24.0); will Bowling Fridley came close to ,,. D .*... a 1 baseball history when h? ppunded put six hits in six times at bat. all singles. Al Rosen, Indiai) third baseman, also had a banner even i n g ' a t the plate.' hittin? three home runs and a smfilf ?nd knockin? in seven run?: The veteran Bpb Feller was the winner On Sports Arkansai Western Ca» The Front Burners blasftfd high Binsle and series o[ 787-3.214 to capture the league championship (or 1hi3 season In defeating (he' Hijh Broiler; 2-1 The B! 'T. U.'s. led by Perry Couch's 1B4-5;0 trimmsd the Blus Fljm:s. 3-0. Thi$ leanus will cease activities until next season. Final Standings Front Burners j' B T. ITS 31 23 Blue Klamss 25 » Eigh Broilers -- 20 3( although h? gave up 18 safeties. Set* Record In Winning Stoskton Open Stockton, Calif. - W) - Louise Suggs smashed the women's course ' major leaguer on and off thp field and he's been ? rreal i n f l u - ence on the boys. He's done a wonderful job for us defensively and he's been hitting well. I don't ,, result of hustle, spirit, confidence and giving out to the best of their abilily. It is a team th»t believes in itself, fears nobody, and wants to play ball. A mana- Over-Empha He added: "The present athletic scandal, ^^^ ui^ ^ utjcu 1111111114 V,-L-I. , ,,-.JM i a,,u ..u.,.^ ... ,..--j at Kentucky and the plight of I believe he's made an error for u s 1 Rcr can't ask more." these defendants car/be traced di- j ==---· - ' ^Z^ZH rectly to the inordinate desire by the trustees and alumni of Ken- lucky University for prestige and | Keer dp with the 'i"es--read IF,x dally ·nn-TUI Venetijn Blind- 4lumlnui7i and Ducklnjr Awnlnil Aluminum Window! n Diwr Serecni Orramental Ivnn lecorationi Perches, F«nc»- Stainvayt GABE COOPER none 10IS 4*1 ·· L«t»it profit from sports." Beard, Groza and Barnstable had pleaded guilty to fixing the point spread in a National Invitation Tournament game in Madison Square Garden' against Loyola of Chicago in 1949. Loyola *Jugg9 ^l,,^^.l.^M t..v " Y-.-T-.- llfl ," · -- ' "-"»..' *' ' - r?cprd wi'th a 72 to win the one- j won the game in a big upset, 61- day Stockton Women's Open g o l f ; 56. tournament yesterday.' | They were charged w i t h con- Miss Suggs. Carrpllton, Ga., pro. | spiracy, a misdemeanor. Each breezed over the 6.3S1 yard Stock-: could have been sentenced to a tpn Golf and Country Cfub course I m a x i m u m of three years in a New In 36-36. two strokes under wo- j York City penitentiary. But the men's par 74. Her victpr'y w a s ; district attorney pleaded for · ' : leniency because they co-operated with authorities. worth S375. Marlene and Alice Bauer, sisters j from Sarasota, Fla.. and Shirley ! Spork of Minneapolis tied for j · second with 74s. Patty Berg of St. Andrews, 111., whose sensational 64 in last week · end's Richmond women's oneo set a world women's record, finished out of the money with 81. 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Texas C h r i s t i a n -- A newcomer I amoiiR first place winners, the Frogs have capable Wes Rltchey for the javelin (204). n| c( ._prohably not a first place finisher on the team, but always strons and expected to take a share of r u n n e r - u p spots. Briefly, then. Ihe 1DS2 race will again f e a t u r e for the twenty-second time since 1915, a two team' race between Texas A. and M. and the Texas Longhorns. The Aggies rate a d e f i n i t e edge with wins over their rivals the last two years. Southern Methodist it expected to make Its second trip to third place this year with a much- improved team, and Rice sun;Arkansas should battle tor fourth place. The last time the Ponies finished as high at third was in 1940 Last year it was A. and M, Texas and Arkansas. meet. The American IfaEiw la le»»l»f thr decision lo Its Individual rlulu, thoujh plaj mult ceiM »t 7 p. m. In an? cssf. : "I've 1alk«d v.'ilh them Ibout cominz to some uniform agreement." sayj Commissioner ford- Frlck, "hut they are tindti* « d i f f i c u l t because of the Individual problems In the various cltie^ My opinion is that most of th« Atner- Icsr League cities will not- us* the "lights on Sunday. I h«« tj» Yankees will not, for InsUnle. Maglie Wins Own Gcjme With First Base Hit \ Ma|ll«'« Cincinnati -(/Pi- game winning 'Jingle In the ninth inning against the Cincinnati *td« last night vns the Giant pltdber'i first hit of the year. : More Thrills in BASEBALL NEWS... When You Read Thit Complete, Colorful Sport* Section Daily. We Give SH Green Stamps Ozark Theatre luilding 4 H. Collage fHATS RIGHT, you are treated to a press-box view o! all th'« A daily drama ar.d excitement o! a thrill-packed baseball sea- con, as you turn the Sp^orls Pages ol this newspaper. ·-. v You enjoy standout sporls repc-rlina as you rend ths colorful accounts c! each day's games. You see the most spectacular plays, in the close up camera sho',3. You know all ths day's diamond dope, as you follow Ihe daily scores, standings and Isats ol your favorite teams and players. Besides, you get quick, action-lilled news coverage of the entire sports world every day. What's more, you er.joy all the latest news of local, state, national and foreign affairs -as well as a sparkling line-up ol^ exclusive columnists, comics and features--as a regular read£ er of this rjswtpaper. i j "Take It From Me EVERY Day'.'"'^ Ewtll, d»p$ndibl* hom«-dollv»ry by a troinsd carrl** '. bo-^tWIn or «hln?~ndde much lo you' inioynaot ol ih« ". Aff% n«wi'. II onf it not itrrinj you oow, ph«» o» ^j lie* lo H3M deiiveiy, NORTHWE^ARKANSAS TIMES

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