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Bulldogs Win Stale Golf Title; Barnes Medalist Mizell Fizzles]! Cincinnati Whips Cards ] Hv Thii Amnrlatrd PrM« ' The rim-!- \Vilir.er l Y i n i ' ,'i.is fl/./.lr-rl .o. in;.;'ir !'-;i^i:c- n l i - o! St I-ouis, R c n r t ) Muell, in hi.s bid for ; i t t l n m Tuiited Ray Barnes won medalist h o n ors and teamed with Ellis Poisall { to capture the A r k a n s a s Class A : high school golf championship' for Fayetteville yesterday in Little Hock. Barnes, red-headed All-State; basketball player this season for ' Fayetteville High School, earned, the Class A medal and the day's. best card with a 36-hole total of i 147, only three over par. He posted rounds of 75-72 at Riverside Country Ciub. j e i t n e r or both will be taken in Poisall's 167 gave the Favelte-1 members of a league t h a t hasn't ville team a 314 aggregate for t h e made such a change in 30 years. Class A title. Dumas was second, i The Faculty Committee of the v.-ith Comrade Knauts h i t t i n g 163 conference holds the answer to a:icl Jerry Tannenbaum 169. El Dorado High School u on 5erond consecutive championship ! . . . u Six division. Davis | ° e j, tw ; c . J Southwest Conference Expected To Admit Texas Tech; Houston's Chances Are Less Uc?!la?-i.4VTexa5 Tech and U n i - ' seven voles to make it. I c h a m p i o n s h i p Gates and B i l l H.ir- v e r j i t v of Houston have present- 1 Meanwhile, there are other mat- ns of TPW w i l l piay fnr i h r !· ··-,- ed Uic-ir cases, and the Southwest tcrs of interest--distribution of hips t i t l e , matins t h e w i n n e r f ;i Co:i.'?rrnce decides today whether bowl game receipts among n i l m.itrh between Chnrle B h : d w r i ; h membtrs of the conference, t c l r - . a n d .Iip.i Sounders of Texas nr,'\ vision and radio policy and- con-, Charles Lurtwis anrt Jim \Vi!son tracts, a c e i l i n g nn the number o f i r f Texas f ' h i i s t i a n . a t h l e t i c scholarships t h a t ran be; Texan Wins In Golf granted by each school and other \Vc;-Iey K l l ^ nf TPXT^ vr-n th" Points. ' pnlf tournair.cnt, scoring :'94 for The coaches, athletic directors 1 7 2 holes, and business managers ha\'e rec-1 Danmv Hnnprr pf Trxa-^ A nnd t i f ' i K t l Lrri'Mie llii'hrd Ilir" form M.-iiirinllt in Ihr uttrn onnucli. . . . . . .. ,M ho" ·:,, n;^"" Nn, r,f ,i,i !,-,, i ynunc-.irr. hHilf 1 '! r.^ Di.vy ri.Mi-.." « ; i l l 5 s.vlr .-Vt, ,,11 ,.f a sl h l s ··"""· M v l l f a i l e d a e n m t h e C - r d = fli.p.«! ,.. to ! · · I'incii-.n.iti ti c:n ,n HIP N a - lias at l i m p s i K i t rnf.dc h i m s m i n i i r s -hul not .. , , , , " "^ : c'v 7- i,,,,,,,, " ThV r.^ a " I r f ' h a n d f d l5 nl'ini! in f i n f a slKiripn he io 5 « i ruinprl Mi.*e!l again, t h i ? ( i m p w i ' h a t h r e e - r u n homer. The rally wip- · pd out a 2-0 St. Louis Ipflri. Ro'ikir catcher I, PS Fusselir.xn snck.Ti hi* : first m a j o r league homer in t h r ^ arr1 »/ v « n!h t o i r TM l i n t f n r St . ' Lon " " n f l l r u n ' R n f f r n s b e r g e r ' s yictory IVRI his Inurlh and his second mW M i r e l l ; The t r i u m p h ilso enabled t h e ; ! Rfds tn t«k* nvM t h i r d pl»ct Irnm . C h i f d K n ' Sain W H s t r i i - k k n p f r a p h\ a l . r . » nf B i l l y Ormr'rr.ari i n n m f j fMKi v'-M* f a f t P r t h p r P V f r . t h , Vinkcp m , ' l : - i ' « hn f n « ! r . i r ' . Si "» ""· |.,,k-d in a 2 - 2 r l u - mt mtn I N * s i x t h W/-TI urn, Kennedy ended the T - T n u ' « battle by f j n o r j " (.frchen «nd r.y CroTh In ground i . ":ho took over m or C-'-iraco. -A-aj this I I - , ; '.Vltp. the t i x ' h Jonnn . v Pc h^nrlcd t h ^ u t . .'^ 1 ' an- Yank= -l .Inn Ifireo i !!· rro!i-r.^''d the li't night as fi-.l drrisinn '.f and thf ir · , . Th. n«..l,nH lnrli.n. .onk «,r ' C,", .', t f.,k ' """' '" f i r s t pltcr in th*» A m f r u - n n league Knx H'in I onr r.amf f r n m the Rrntnn RrH Sox u - H h n u l | -r^ f fhi.''iB' ''Vliili- S * · l i f l m K » lot The irilr I n d i a n , · t h ' ' ' ' ' mnvcd a h n l f s .mc ,hr,d a, the ""I S"X dropptd » 7-4 d f c l j i n n tn th» Nru- Ynrk Y . n k e r s ,. r] he question. Texas Tech appears to have a of admittance than in the Big Six , . * , . , . . , , , , . Love was four over part \-,ilh 148 L niversl t.v of Houston. It has been; ommended to the conference that M. set a n r w r o n f e r ^ n for the 36 holes, and hi? El Dorado trying for 25 years and this time [ all schools share in the bowl game '· the d'scus throw in prfh'i teammate. Joe Eoone. hit 161 to · has made a hijh-pressure bid. It receipts instead of only the team : of th« irark and field men old t.-.rn-cnt'.r. K»n H a f f p n s h r r s e r . The kid h.-i.-l HI- Heris e^tinG! out : nf his K.nd u n ' 1 ! the s r v o n l t i in- ' n i n R \vl'i-n I !· hlev sky his'i and was t;i:; ;on f(ir s r v r n r u n s . Adrorlc ' Veterans J o h n n y Sam and Bobby Hogut teamed up tn Ftop ti 1P H»d Snx. Sain drovp m t h r e p runs on a homer and double b r f n r e he left it the end nf the seventh inning. Jnn , i , hpv Mf ,, : ,.,; in ,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,. nj , Mino ,. n |rip| .,, h · in th» IHth and f rn ,,, , h ,. n , tr ,, ,,,. t T , .,.,, M | r _' |u . o n j n , rl t h e t h i r d h-. k I'.Vn-'Vj' h^-n^r I i r h S h a n t i ' Fourth Li"'* Bnhh-. : Ph.hilHnh-.i A* ri ''"o r on!'. The White Sox · H t h hut. Steve Sour- Mj* w i t h a last of the H'in slors in on Fd R n M n s n n ' s f . n a l * Thp t h r p runs werp u n r a r n r r ! 35 t h ^ y wfn let up bv J o h n n y I . i w i n ' * «?rrnr. Detroit r a l l i p d m i » « h a l f of t h I f i t h . Inadinr; (he bare* w.ith n* S h a - i f / rr-r\'-.\*tcr* t «:x hits in s j a i n i r i f f [ · · N - i r ' 1 t r n m p h antf t A ' = " i - ^ r i Thp A r h l e t i r * s*-ved i! up HI -V f j f ' h w i ? h * fn-jr- nm n l l v a g a i n s t Rnb PortprfipM th*t i-.-nq h i p n l i r h - M by Gus 2r- n U I V t w n - r u r t hcrier take the links title back to the nil tnwn. They rlcfeatPd Gr;.y Lmzel and Wesley Cole. LiUl" Rork, . 309-321. Linzel s h o t ' a 149; Cole hsri a 172. I n tennis. George Kurchcnmnis- ter of Hot Sprin£3 won the Bis . Six singles title, and Jnnesboro's Glenn Lane took the Chiss A crown Kurchpnmci^ter dcfra'erl Turner Brown of El D«rarin. (i 2. fi-4. Lane - whipped Rodney Whalen of Magnolia, 4-6, 9-7. fi-4. The Big Six doubles championship went to L i t t l e Rock's Shelby Brewer and Norman Clatisnn. wlio defeated Brown and Doyn» Williams of El Dorado, 6-4. 4-6, 6-3. Raymond Woodall and Russell McCollum, Jr., of Stuttgart took the Class A doubles, defeating * Lane and Tommy Pardew of Jonesboro, 6-3. 6-2. Atlanta Takes Bears By 5-2 By The Associated Press The A t l a n t a Crackers whipped Mobile for the first t i n u t h i ? season last ni.cht. Five other times A t l a n t a had trird nnd f a i l r d . In . the 10th i n n i n g Howard Roles broke out nf a 15-game slump w i t h a homer, and A t l a n t a won 5-2 over the Icatjue-lrading Bears. In the only other game in the Southern Association. New Orleans defeated Birmingham. 5-2 A ladies night crowd nf 4.462 in A t l a n t a had about given uo seeine the Crackers take Mobil? t h i s ypar. The n i n t h inning had arrived and A t l a n t a trailed 2-1. But V?rn Petty cot A t l a n t a back into 1he game w i t h a run-scoring single to tie the score. Young Carlton Willey out the Bears down with stout pitching. In the 10,th John Rucker singled for A t l a n t a . Buddy Hicks sacrificed, Country Brown got a walk and Bolcc si up err! Jay Vrr Ciouse's first pitch lu the left · field stands. Southern Slate To Drop Athletic Scholarships Magnolia, A r k.-iVPi-Southern State College announced yesterday that if will Finn o f f e r i n g a t h - · lelic scholarships in l i n e with North Central Association and Ar- kanras Intercollegiate Conference policy. President Dolph Camp said those a t h l e t ' - a t t e n d i n g schools nn prholarshins would he subsidized u n t i l thry g r a d u a t e , but t h a t no new scholarship? for a t h l e l i c prowess alone wnulri lie awarded. U . S . Pair Leads Pan-American Open Mexico Citv - I/PI - Thf Pan- Ain**ncan onen gn]f t o u r n a m e n t moved i n t o it? f i n a l 36 holes todav \ v i t h the field in p u r s u i t of a pair nf U n i t e d States profpp?innalp-- Llnvcl Mancrum and Tommy Bolt, earh w i t h 140. TVIangrum matched !hr 72-par of tt 1 ? lengthened, 7,347-yard course yrptrrrtev to gain a h a l f w a y Tie w i t h Bolt, first round leader "-h rt ' Fkicd to n 76. Bolt lost iho edge \vith his irons a f t o r breaking t h e cnur. c r record w i t h an opening r^unri 64. Par is 36-36--1?. , says it is ready rfjr Southwest playing in the bowl, althouxh t h a t ; day, v:hipping t h e Conference competition and has school would get the largest share, the teams and facilities. ' T h e y also favor a restriction on Texas and Texas A. and M. are the number of athletic scholar- openly backing Tech. Texas ships but want the seven football Christian is considered a certain- · coaches to work out an equitable ty, Baylor is expected to cast a ' plan and report later. Tech vote, and Arkansas is heliev- Tennis Tourney Winds t'p cd lined up for the big West Tex-, The tennis t o u r n a m e n t w i n d - s u p as school. . today with .lulian Oalcs of Texas If all this is true, Tecb is in t h e ' and R. G. DeBerry of Texas A. conference--it takes five of the and M. clashing for the singles fwt. It beltsi-pd the record cf feet 2 ' i inchrs. set in li).!0 by J a c k Hughes of Texas. Rainrhacks In Finals A x k a n s a s q u a l i f i e d f o u r men fo- · the f i n a l s of eventr. i;i \K-h:rh p t r : l i n i i n a r i o s were I'.eid Thry n : r Rick Hriit'r and H i l l C.'ainis in I he R8n-varr; inn. AI \VilMP:-,,., i t , i!, r 2i?"-ard dash a n r l .lack T r o x o l l in . t h e K i l l - y a r d d a r h . How They Stand i. (By The Associated Frees) NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. . 14 4 ii s . 13 8 . 12 8 10 12 U.A. Social News Brooklyn New York Cincinnati _ _ . Chicago St. Louis Boston .__ 8 !3 Philadelphia _. fi 12 Pittsburgh 4 IS Friday's Results Cincinnati 8. St. Louis 3. Pittsburgh at Chicago, poned, cold weather. Only games scheduled. A two-act comedy w r i t t e n by p c t. Kdsel Fnrd, U n i v e r s i t y s t u d e n t .765- rrnm Avoca, w i l l he presented in .737 i 'he Studio Theater in U n i v e r s i t y .619 - ^ a ^ a t 8 Pm ' Wednesday, M a y .600 i '4- "^v Carter of the Governor" .455' * s a short comedy nf i n t r i g u e .381 j based nn the t r i a n g l e of r o m a n t i c ^331 love, red hair, and a governor's .182 ' e f f o r t s to stnp enemy i n f i l t r a t i o n , from the East. This o r i g i n a l s r i ' p t i if. being produced by t h » r!;i?F in post- ' l'' 5 ' directing. The p u b l i c is in: viled to attend. iorttitnrst Atkanaaa AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. ... 15 7 ... 14 7 .. 11 8 ... 11 in ... 9 11 . _ . 9 12 Prt. i .667 .579 .524 .450 .429 .421 .211 ClmelHiid Boston _ \Va5hinptrm Si. Louis New York Chicago Philadelphia 8 11 Detroit . 4 15 Friday's Results Now York 7. Boston 4. rhirago 8, Detroit 5 (16 innings). .Philadelphia 9, Washington 3. St. T.ouis at Cleveland, postponed, rain. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION W. L. M o b i l e . 18 9 Ne\v O r l e a n s . _ . . _ _ 19 12 Chattanooga 16 12 A t l a n t a 15 H Nashville 12 14 Birmingham . 13 16 Little Rock 11 14 Mcn'nhis __ 7 20 Friday's Result* A t l a n t a 5. Mobile 2 (10 innings) New Orleans 5, B i r m i n g h a m 2 Only Raines scheduled. Boxing Club Hearing On Monopoly Charge Re-Set Neu- Ynrk-i/Pt-The International Boxing Club has been or- ricrcri (n prove In the Nru- Ynrk Statp A ' . h t r f i c Commission t h a t it dnrs not op^rale a monopoly. Rohrr; K Christenberry, com- rni'^ion c h a i r m a n , railed a hearing fnr M*y Ifi and thm. at I h r rr-qupFt of the IBC. set it back 45 riavK to around J u l y 1. The IBC has been asked in an- M'.Tr rhan?e«; t h a t it control? champion? and I c a d i n R boxeis, b i y city arr-naj and radio and television right.* (or big tiinp boxing and t h a t i; h;is alliance? w i t h other promoters contrary to th? best i n - terest of boxing. , University Theatre p r o d u c t i o n s for the first summer term i n r l u d e two comedies. The first Theater Summer \Vorkphop production w i l l be the George K e l l y hit, "The Fatal Weakness." which slarred the actress Ina Claire d u r i n g its Broadway run. It was acclaimed as the best Broadway cnmeny nf f h f seasnn. The " t h e a t e r - i n - t h e - rnund' 1 workshop produrtinn w i l l have its showings June 16. 17. 19. 20 and 2J. Preston Magrudcr w i l l direct. Casting is scheduled for May ID and May 14 in ronm ·J12 B. Old M a i n , from 3 to s p.m. Anyone p l a n n i n g to be in .summer school or in the c o m m u n i t y riur- ine that tirne is eligible to try n ; t . The second summer workshop play will bt Lenox Robinson's Pet. i "The Whiteheaded Bov." This .667 I "roduct : on is slated fnr -inly 9-12. .613 Dr. Blair H a r t will direct. . . 5 1 7 : Members of the University 462 chapter nf Pi Beta Phi s o r n r i t v ' .448: have elected Eve Dilly. Pine B l u f f . 440 president. Other officers rhos?n i are: Ida R y 1 a n d. Dyerslvir?.' Tenn.. \-ice president: Mf»ry .T«sn Schailhorn, n P \\' i t 1. serrp{--.rv; : T.r-rna St ok en bury. Fa v e f ' o ^ i M P , · c a r t , scholarship c h a i r m a n ; M a r y : Lou .Thomas, Presrott, wish cap- t a i n ; Barbara Morley, \Vest ^! fl ^·:- nhis, social chairman, a n d M a r y Arn Goff, Jonesboro, nnu.se manager. May Sports Card May 13--Arkinsan Trnrk team vs. Oklahoma A. and M., hrrc. American Loop Box Scores Mtw York 7. Boitcn 4 SPORTS NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fovotlsvill.. Arkonsil, Saturday, May 10, 19S2 Favored Collins And Johnson Out Of LillSe Rock Four-Ball Oliver Stops To Eat, Just Sofvages Gieenbrier Lead L i t t l e H n " k - ( - l l ' - \ V h - n f " i n p « ' i . lion in \'-? l . i t U f Hn-k ( ' n u n T V Club's r n i u - h n ' l c^lf t n u n i a m " i i t rtsumM t h i s a f t r r n o n p . n n l v .HIP nf t h e fflvorc-d tea in* ^*.·,^5 ct;t of play. Ross ('M|!ini. Ark'tn.'f-s nn"n ; A m a t e u r ' · I j a r n n i m i . ;-iuj p^u! .in! son of M c n i i c e M o \ \ c r c r l i m m n t ^ i Friday by C\- Speck. Jr.. of I . i u l r Rock nnd Bill Scrnffitin of Si I 'iii| Is. 4 and 3. | Collins, tnc- M n n t k M l n nu!h(i.^'.. ' and his p n t t n c r hnd been mie nf the favored p n l r j , mostly on f ' n l i l i n f i ' recorrt. He n l ' n h n l r l s t h n n a - N'nr'h Texa Cordy. Jr.. of rnnwr- . : Dr. Fr^d Sstterfield n n d Rush i anrt ; t- Fi "ivi r ' n i n d p;::ring*: f C ' n l h m i - K c c n c y \ s. Gers-Martin, \ ft ffti.ion-.Morol v« Harris-Ehel, i ' T 5 ; l n , - M i c k e y vr.. Hnrragh-Bu;- _ i-' ( pcr-,nn-AMiK v.i. Speck v Scrng- "!«· f i n a l s w i l l he played tomor- | tlon l e f t h a n d e r s t i t l e . j Medsllst.r Paul C"l!u m nf : I n n S; nncs. \V. \ ' a . - nrrl l i ; v i i i ; i y b y * 0 J ··r rf 4 n 2 Brrr^ ,1 1 L' MI7.P. lh 4 11 1 C o l l m f . lh .1 I 1 M ' D f i i l d 2\ 2 n n CITV. If n \Vnnri:inp. ··· ir id ot I h o 7 - - l i ( | l i ' ' ( i r r p r p f | i . · c r ! . . , n l y r l i d n ' t shnut it i "ii I . r m o n l . Ill , won! o\-( r f i i wni '-.f if he h a r l n ' l q i i a \ ' i n ; c n t r r i i n . - ' n r n i to fer I.-prio. 2h W h i i p . c bWmrl W i g h t , p 2 n J CHTC-V 31) ;iG Stcp'rn!* 1 fl « Snin.' p ^ 1 ? Cr:ckn?r. p 0 0 0 HORIIC p 1 n 1 rV Sirp'pn" i n n Tolals .1: 4 9 Tofnls .1.1 7 3 n--Fanner! "for"' W i g h t " t n ~ 7 t h b--CJrounelcd n u t (.t \ V i u i " In O'h --I'oppprf up for B r i r k n r in l i h Boston . (ioi n i n n;n \ New York OO 1 ' on' 1 -(1x- -7 E--Wight. Pesky. i M r r s a l l . M - D m j y a l d . Hnguc R O : DIMajjg.o. W i u h i T h r o n r h c r r y . Sain 3. Mtzc 2 2 B - S n i n Mi?n H R -- S B ' M S--Lnpri'i. D P - r ^ r r ; . M r D n n u ^ l r i and M i z p . n i / ' i i ' » a n i M!7.r T . r f i -- n n j ' n n 'i Nc-v Y o r k a B B - - W ; i z h t ;·. r!n~k-ifr 1 S-.m " HORU? I. SO--Wiffh! ]. Sain 4. M n t i i r ·n r ni'imr', (I -i-!t- the f y p - f i i o t S ' j - i n r h . w e n t i n t d Ihr? roufih ' f \v;is f i l r r a r l y 1 h t c c \ V h c i i lie i r l u r n c d , 'tie : '.nrm V/HS over soon \\as shining AP Roundup Of i Sports Briefs Golf White S u l p h u r Springs, W. Va , -Ed (Porkyi Oliver, with a 13". | look a onp strnkn IraH over Jimmy ! ( M a r k and Sam Sncad in ine sec- f ond round nf the Ore*nbripr Open. Mexico City- Lloyrl M a n g r u m . Niles, 111.. movM into a t i p w i t h Tommy Rolt ; D u r h a m . N. C . for the h a l f w a y Ipn't in th? 7 2 - h o l e ! Pan-American C 1 --n. \ Kl . f Texni: w i t h r I ara e l l ' i i f f '- l i n t b a n , I l)«r«rlo and ( J r i i p K ;irk;iriji slayrd in HIP nin::i a t i p h l 1 - n n '. i r t n r v n V i H u l l and I l i J l y Ilpll '.f |' n af:or :!.1 hn!r- And i l Spnn«s n i t n nf f i n n r H.i W n l l t i Ki"'. Jr.. wn r p - - , t ' M , d r - i 20 hol«= to ( I c f r a l A! M n \ d A n d Henry Wllkcrsnn of U t l l c H n r k , 1- up. Othrr f i r r t rornd results In t h e champion'-lup f l i j j h i : Chris f;ci-^, D k ' a h o m a C i t v . and Dick M a r t i n . D.-.llnr. d*»fr;itpr|' \' O - Icn Do'ld ?nd Harm H u l l , L i t t k Rock. · nntl 1. | Teri U n r r H g h , L i t t l e Rock anrl Johnny U u z i c k , Jr. Jnnoslforn. d^-- FiSfs Last Niqhfr Hv The AnorUtrd PreM Nov. Vnrk - S a m m y Giuliani. \*rf. Slnmfortl, Conn., atopnM . i i ) h n n y Williams. 14.1 1-2, Mont- Conifrv. 5. I'lmrnix. Arir. --ririhhy ,Ion*« IS, 1 . Onkl.-mrl, C'.ilif.. slopped Klri O l h i ' l a l a j a r a , 157, G u a d a i a j a r j - Mv.xl.i,. 2. M c l l . i . u n i e - n ^ v p S i i n r l s . I5B.1-4, SyrliM-v. kiuifkcM nut A. Bourkc, l. r 8, M r l b n u r n n . S. iFor British K m p i r c and AuslMli.in mlddle- w r U h t ch«niplin.hip.j Bowling . HO- V.'irht 5 .259 in 7. MMC.I- 1 i n L 1 .v-.'. P r r k i v r :·-: W i n n r r -- R n i n f ' - l ' I,n-,-r - W i r l i t U-- M i - K i n l r y . f i n n r . F i - m n i v r a r h i c k . T-2:W. A- J - 1 7 F . Fox "h S t r w u r t . If Minosn rf Ilnbinn^r;. ! M r i r . r f Car'sqir?-:. s^ Slio^'y c First prize in an arl comnetiiion . staged by the U n i v e r s i t y Student · U n i o n WPP won hy A. P. M r C r n v nf M a l v f - n i . M a r t h - n .J^an M i : r h r l l . ' r-tc-mphip, roroi'.'nd ?erond p"!?--. iHnrr^r.ih.p n i e n t i o n *'"cr! *r ^T' 1 " ( Rridpe?. F^ypHe-'inc. a n d H^Icn r Turner, Seligmnn, Mo. r 1 0 0 Gro'h S ° t Hatis. 7 ft ' Mrl.r' 2 n o whitr 1 o 0 Cirav 'ot^ls 62 fi 19 Tnin, h - - G r n j n d e d '.u: in'r C r i : .:.r i -- Popped f r u Mas: m I T d h c -Ttan fur U n i t s in I3;h hic,-:rn ?m ( ( n:i ]:» iii.'i i f'rtiii in'] r.fii (ion oii'i F - KobTT,on Tni, KS. LMV i: [ino.^i ?, Mc.r. n - b i n - - . n 2 R-i, n o ft o o n t 0 1 ]', :; believed t h a t more hoy; th;m f'/rU ar? born a m o n p al erfMins ^{ h u m a n beingF. SPORTS ROUNDUP Garden Basketball On Way Out ONE CHICKEN -- CONTINUED FR'JM P A G E O X E are operating at about n 25 per rent loss." J. K. Southerland of R a l r s v i l i r , another veteran producer, s;iid.ihe price drnp is "like n snowball going tlown hill. Production has 'gotten ahead of consumption ;md I a cprtain r x t e n t of the i n d u s t r y is going to have tn KO." R i t t c r nnd Souther l-mr! p^^^ed par' of Iho jirirp d ^ c l i n o nn ir.-'n-- ketinx facilities noi k ^ p p i n ? pstrf w i t h rxpandcd p m r l u t ^ i n n . S",j:h s r r l a n d said hrmlr-r p r n d u c j i ' . n 1:1 I recent m o n t h s ha? j u m p e d hv | !hree and a h.ilf n i i l l m n c l u c k r n V i over thp corrrsponriinp, period 1 last year. , :·] | . ' l n K i - n n r d v I. T r u " k « 1 Trout I. l i n e d :'. !,·!/· .1 SO--P.iTi-f 1. nor;r.h P Trm-k-i 4. Troii! 1. M'.i KG-- r"irr:-p 9 m fi m i n i in 1 I V . n ' h R : - i « ' . \.T r u k s n n R - , 1 · · · : 1 r':i|' ·' i n ; . ' i i i i n f M' Mi-r.n-» A .!·» O l i v r r . v/lm had a fil in t h e op- r n i i - ; rnpivl. l')^t ft rot her stroke nn Ihr l.'iih lint t h ^ n snared three nirdi".- (nr a 71 a n d - a ;!.fj-holp t o t a l of i: : 'I'-:;! ! n f i h i m ni'.r ?trokr ahead "' .' . i n , v f '·-;·:·, nf i.aRin'.a Hearh, (J.i'if., ^ n d S.im Sncwd, the host pro, u l i o h;id f i n i s h e d t h r o u g h t h e wnj'.-t nf thp rain, wind, thunder I t w;is the h f r h t n i n g v. hich allowed ' H i \ or In call t i m e . The U S. Coif A 1 f i n n t i n n rulep a u t h o r i z e n ^n'ff-r In h a l t p l a y w h i l e it's RO- injr on. C l n r k aho ^ot a h r r a k but it \vfis from t h e s t a r t i n g l i n e u p , l i e w n n t off f i r s t so t h a t w h e n t h e stnrtr ·-triK-'K IIP h«d only the last ho!r tr jilfiy. HP hanprd out six hirri-ip. 1 ' wiOi onp hotjpy for 65 and Ihr lirst second round. Sncad pl;icd t h e la. e t seven hole? in a d o w n p o u r and had birdie--, nn m i l y t h f ; firj-t and last holes. I n br-t\vpcn he m a t c h e d par except for thp 1 4 t h where he lost n M r n k n for n fin. HP'F the defend- i n g ch.'i.'iip in the 1 Grecnbricr. H n v e Douylns of N e w a r k , Del.. r r m n i n r d t h p most consistent, shooting fi7 nn both rounds. The l.'ii t f i t a l p u t h i m t h i r d a n d w i t h in c ! r i k ; ' - ^ f l i s t a n e e nf t h p lead in i n i i i i y ' s r o u n d . n h i i m p t n n , M.IS-S.. s!rr uf B a l t i m n r e . ir .-.ay to cxccp- l»n,r v:.;! h^ y n n ^ '"i r? in 13 holps cl tr.irorrfr.'.-. T h ? ] r e . ' i r s p n i s t h c | i n d u s i r y nnd so- ' Chicaj;o--SUr lialfhack Johnny KniTas of Illinois was s!»nfd bv I feated Don Blavlnck and Jack «hp«d r»f H»l« McC,,.d,«o,,, L i t t l e Rock, 5 and 15:11 Crane dropped t-A-o farn»i to C'o' Henry ,\ii«nn hut c.ime b«ck m hid n e x t m i r h to * t r l p G H Halt of 'hr«f finiri Cr«uf Icadi the eifhl- park w i t h 71.70 polnti, only " Curtis Perron and Dr. Kd A l l i s ' WHIM "(rom the Chicaeo Cardinals oMh?'NFL ' Mfrnphis. defeated W i l l i e M c f i o t - ' ^ ^ t ^ | ,; Tempo* An,._0order Confer- ! l . y L i t t J r . R o r k ' ''" ld "' lj ' ' S m o k y ) .Tv,d. n g. ciu-c placed Arizona State College '· Jnn ^- Shrnveport. I.a.. 4 and 3. i · · · Benny Cutloa and Marlon Hlskfy, North Texan SUt« C'ol- lf»r, dtlfatrd Allan Gllhtrt Jr., and BUI McNttr of Fayettevtllf, 5 and 4. Ray Ferguson and SUn MOJ.P! " d ' Otnton roa* from T ptni two.time* win nin f three at Tcmpe on one year's probation (or use of an ineligible (ootball player last season. BOWL rOR HEALTH Jim Renton Rowling f -tne*. I Mi. I--DIM Oraiif 10 Z-C K IUI- B ! , 3--J*M Btnion in -J L l n e b a c k *'· ·S~V Jirkion 9 ft--Fred Rouie 9 7--Otlo Qntf S'i H-~Ctt\: H. Nvllann » TOUI ' 3.071 3 . I l l ,1.029 2.HI 2.111 2.IM ToUl PolnU 73 TO 73*4 71 32 en. s* M,U i Mrrt · k - . T . - I ) u n h a r ! ' ! · · H ' . c k V : ) l k i W A S H I N C T O H PHIL/-.DELPHIA · n nf H n t S J H H i K h i ^ k and Punier i l i ' f p ^ t hy 31 By G A Y L E TALBOT Nfw Vork-f.'Fi-Dr. Forrest C. (Phog) Allm, K ^ n r a p ha?kethall cnach. a? o.untcd hy Dink Snidor in the Topekn Daily C ? p i t n l : "It looks to mp l i k p onp of the hipgepr hapkeJb:-)!! poms in t h p East. Madison Square Garden, i? on the way out I havr ricfinito knnwlfrt^e thst fix* 1 *; have heen E^ing on y in the ^ardrn s i n r p 1035. It spcms to me t h a t no xelf-r?- spccling cnllpqp prrsidrnt will permit his boys tn be nin.ipdcd to thp vice thfit rurrnunds t h e c.ir- d^n. It's one plarp h ^ ^ k e t b a l l could do w i t h o u t , and one place I'm sure t h a t college p r p r i d p n t s will t a k e off thp haskMhall map." They f w r a r that two Pitlyburch fans. I p f l v i n R t h r park a f t e r w a t c h - ing the Pirates drop another de- ] he's w i t h right now?" I , | Roger.*: Hornshy nf the St Louis Browns ?ny« his Clint r n u r t n r y is ^he first hespe-ctarlrd catcher he : ever saw. He rerslls t h a t Lee i Meadows was the first pitcher and i George Toporcer thp first i n f i e l d - "T' me ( M l r h u i p is thr best snot ; for a player l i k e t h a t . " thp R n i ^ h reasons. "He has the mask to prn- ; tect him, w h i l e any pint e P!?? lip's l i n h l e to RPI a h«d hop. Courtney tapes on his Rlas^cs and hr doesn't , hnvp any troubl? when hp throws ; tho mfisk off on a foul fly," Flffurrs at thf I n i t i t u t r nf Science and Technology »t thr University indicate that placement of chicks in the N'orihwrsl Arkansas jrei increased hy about 33 per cent in I!)M over l!)5fl. Production rose In approximately the same percrnt- aje. In 1050, 39,1IJO,000 c h i r k s were placed. In 1951. thr nilm- her rose to S2,244.00(1, approximately 33 Per cent moT. The 1951 f i g u r e represented about nine per cent of the n a t i o n a l total. tifr.nn Tfiinln r*'! T r, ro'fli* in n M f - r C'TIM j ' n " v ' » n ?l«'n«. drst N'esro nliy- f '" l h f h " lor v "' lllf T ' x " ; I.raRue. is f l l l l n c the colored sec' 'ions in the stands overvu-here the : n a l l s s d u h ,,. ^ . he ,,.,,.. ,,.,.,,.,,... ,' ...,.. h H . j ^JTM', ', ^ ^ ^ lch Hr but ^pressed the opminn hr , P n d a B r c ( h l ( t w i son S w t l U ]ff1 ·hould he ^nt to a m l n n r Iwgup ,,,, thf m i n n r x ]|ft u ., lh ,, tr«m fnr * y w r n r U-o. i n ( » | nf m.727 nc'nipr. In » "Whrrr," hi.t ronipanlon rlr 1 - , Ifsgu* two r.A*M»s Inwcr t h i n ihf m a n d f d . "rnn vou find · more court elrhilt, wax dfrond w i t h minor Ic.Hfiur r l u h thnn the one. 434,0fl5. , Births Mr. ind Mrs. Willie Caler M r anrl Mrs. W i l l i e (.'aler ol E l K i n s a n n o u n c e t h e b i r t h of « rtauBhter, May 10, t the County H n - p i t a l . do nin -:r)'i K - V f ' ·' V i - ^ k ; I : H I M:i ··· ·' K"!l ? / r ; i . n l .1. S ! i n n ' / . J n n » - ;JT lif 1 -. M t - h - - ' 1 - '· . H J-'.I-M '· K S Ii n n 1 7 m \r:-,n i ' ' I t 7.cr:i · M i r h i - h S - i n r » k - f ) n M ' l - ' n r 1 K n - n l.f" '· ·-,}· ..f'.t, i i v , ,,' ,- tiS : , a /'.a ^ t i f n v ' f . - r ' - r j u - l - l C n n M . c r r J i 1 SO S* :·!··/ 1 I ' - . n - i i . . ; . ' ! 1 IK) **······'H*]t\ I I "i -, r - . . t , .H-..-I .T m " H i v n r * n m 1 11 ·S-^ Pr.'tf-r'lrt'l 7-7 f l l i n " . "·" V.'f . p u r 1 . r ' l - M r. [VT'Tf--!l ·".''. I' - p""- ri.fl I i f : "n4 n u f i v T i :,\ A ·:, sw Vou Owe It . To Vow Face! You hv/ft r.uly one feca with fewj^-cj.s -.! rH;'.:'.v AC*: . c .iiv» lip. 7«vt p.rA \tnj\ M^icft your m-i f"j**. ,';o.'.'i 4,1 n r.'.il'Ji. Enjoy mer.! ?,-·.·/ A h-/lla todnyl T H C flOOD COMPANIOH TO OKILDf HAIOH BLADIt Q Mr. «nd Mr«. F.duurd t'lrcy Mr anrl Mr». Kdwaivl IJjrey ol r » y f t t » v l l l ( a n n o u n c e the h l i t h ol « tec, M a y 9, it the Coimtv Hns- p l l t l . Mr. «nd Mr. ROM Rtri Smith Mr. «nd Mrs. ROM Etrl Smith ol \\v?t Fork fiiiMouticP t'n" hitih of a r];iushfpr. M«ty fi. ; ( t th* Coun- , Mr. ind Mrs. Forrcul Pill 1 Mr. nnd Mrs FOITP*.! Dill nf F»ypttpvil announce thp hlrth ·'. fl fon, May P. at thp Citv Hn'.piiiil I Mr. and MM. \rnnn H i r h I Mr. and M r ? . V^nvm C l u r k -.f S p r m a H u l p u n n o u n c p thf h l r t h nt , « son, May S, at Ihf City Ho.spit;.!. | W" Vs getting your business? It ought to be YOU! This month, as in other months, some store's share of the business that's gettable is gaining, another's share is dropping -somebody is always getting the business. Customers and their wonts are always on the march, responding to new nseds ond new invitations to buy. Somebody's getting their business -- by asking for it! nrrim^- No more economical way to ask for business has ever been devised than through newspaper advertising. Use it consistently! 0 A telephony cpll wit! bring a representative to diseuu with you the poisibilitiei of Northweit Arkansas Times ad- vertising at applied '" your business. No obligation what · vti. Just call 744, aik (or Display Advertising Department. ALMOST IVHYONI HEADS A NEWSPAPH EVERY DAY

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