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SAVE ON THESE FKST-OF-THE-WEEK SPECIALS I Attend Maytag C O O K I N G S C H O O L LEGION HUT MAY 16 All Foods By CONSUMER'S IGA MARKETS ROYAL GUEST CATSUP American Loop Box Scores Cta..1.1* |, It. LHlil I riHIT OAME IT. LOUII CLEVELAND ab r h' .b r h i pelilni. I f 4 0 0 llmpion. Hi 4 1 1 1 Marlon, li 4 0 0 Avlle. 2h 3 0 1 ! . Rivera, e f 3 0 0 Rolen. 3 h 3 0 0 , Nleman. rf 3 0 O'Boone. n 3 0 0 1 Kehinjei. rf 0 0 0 = 1 oby I 0 0 I CTbeTy, Ib 4 0 1'Mllchell. If 3 0 1 ; 3 0 1 'rtdley. rf 3 0 0 2 0 0 Kennedy, r f 3 0 0 : Z 0 0 Hefan. i; 3 0 0 I I 0 0 ^emon. p 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 29 0 ZToUI. _ 29 1 4 a--Grounded o u t ' f o r Youni"ln 7th h--Two out when w i n n i n g rdn icor. t--Struck Olil for Boone In 9lh SI Louli DM ooo 000-0 Cleveland ooo 000 001 -- 1 E - T h o m . . . RBI-Mllchell. rP- Young. Marlon and Ooldiherry. I ell- Si. Loul. C. Cleveland 3. BB-Gnrver 3. Lemon 4 SO-G.rver 4. Lemon S R A En-Carver 1-1. Lemon 0-0. WP-Lemon. W i n n e r - - I ^ m o n (3-2, Loier-- Oarver (2-3. U-Pnparella. H u r l e y , .Steveni. Panarella. T--2:22. IleOND SAME ·T. LOUII -CLEVELAND-- f h' ab r h Courtney. Thomai. 3b Younr ah aKryhoiki M.nli. 2b Garver, p Total! Marih. c.WrlBhl Large Bottle MADISON SALAD DRESSING Fu "OvC Quart 3 1 lIBImpion. I b I I) o! I 0 OHvlla. 21) 2 1 0 0 0 OiRoien. 3h 4 0 1 1 0 OIBoone. II 4 I t o i'Mltcnell. It 2 1 1 5 0 2|rrldley. rf . 1 0 0 - · - 3 0 OiKennedy. c t 2 0 1 Clb.'ry, I b 3 1 UTebbeti. c 3 0 Courtney, c 4 0 ra.rcls. p J O 3 0 !| 2 0 1 ] 0 ft! 0 0 0.' 1 0 0! 1 0 01 a o o I 0 0' o o Hi o o o: ' "iTntal. 28 3 SWC Raises Scholastic j Standards; Dallas - M') - Southwest Confer- · cnrc nthlotcs are KOinu to have to ' hit the honks harder, j Under lichtf-r srholastic re- · q u i r e m c n t s uri'ipier) n t the Con/or- j dice's spriiiK m c f t i n g here Sat- , urrlay, a hoy mu.it pass 12 hour? , collcKP work a srmestcr and, in : : his senior year, must m a k e an av- j erajfe grade of C to he c-llRible for athletics. in the past, nthlclcs have been required lo pass only an average of 10 hours a semester. The conference also rejettr-d t h e bids of Tr-xns Tech and t h e University of Houston for membership and voted to receive no more such applications. Any expansion in the f u t u r e w i l l h a v e to be by i n v i t a t i o n from the conference. A r k a n s a s ' p l a n to broadcast its 10S2 football games on its own University Sports Network was approved. Arkansas itmrs SPORTS · TT " r ' rmffffm ' * NOftTHWBT ARKANSAS TIMiS, Fay.tt.vflk, Monday, May 12, 1952 , fSchmeti Dfilifnr If Rivera, cf Nfoman. rf Thom«i, 3b Young. 2b rtArft Holtk. 2b C»in. p aKryhoiikl II»rr]it, p BIG BEN WkBeans DM HOWE DOG FOOD 2cTM15c MOD HOWIKEiPHIS MATCHES ·^Struck out for Cain In 4lh b-- Filed oul for Harrlit In Oth S~- Struck out for Manh in 7lh. ·Ill double play for Youni e-- Walked for Bearden In 9lh f-- Struck out for DeMaiilrl In 91 r»t. Loull .......... OW 100 000-l v "i*i. nd · · .. on 100 oox- E-Thomai. Avlla. RBI- Kenned 2? ==""! T ' bll «»«' 2B-Mltchel Rivera. SB-Avlla, Ro,, n . s-Mllchel DP-- Marih. Young and Goldlbern Voung. Marih and Goldiberry: dnrcfi Boon« and Elmpton. Lell-- si. Louli ]: Cleveland I. BB-Caln 3, Harrlit Dearten 2. Garcia 4. SO-tiarcIa S Can 1. H.rrl.t l. Bearden 2. HO- Caln 3 In .1 Innlngi: Hirrlil 2 In 2 Bearden 0 In 3 R «, ER--Caln 2-2 Hirrltl 1-1. Be.rd.n 0-0. Garcia 1- "·P-Carela IThomail. Winner-Car cla (4-Z). Lo»r-Caln 13-11. U-- Hurley ?'·«"·· f aiiarella and Paparella. T- a:0fl. A -- 2T,72C. .i, . WAIHINCTON PHILADILPHIA ab r hi S I ZIJooil. » Volt. 3b Buiby. cf Jcnien. rf Wllion. If Coan, If V.rnon. Ib Runn.il. · Mlehaeii. . Graaio. c Moreno, p P'terlleld. « 1 2 Valo.' rf 4 0 3 Phllley. c f 4 0 olZernlal. If I 0 oiraln. Ib 5 1 ZIMaleikl. 3b - 4 0 llaBevan 2b 5 0 ISchrlb, p 4 I OiKell. 2b 4 0 l l A i t r o t h , H 1 1 HKellner, 4 0 4 0 5 0 4 0 3 0 0 (1 t 0 5 » 3 0 9 1 Lorg ·5c Box BORDEN'S CANNED BISCUITS Can lOc , Hitchcock, 3b 1 0 ,, 43 » UTolali 37 2 « Totali ._ . _ ·-Ran lor Maje.kTTh "JTB: Wllhlncton .... . 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 -- 5 Philadelphia 000 002 000 00--2 E-WIlion. HBI-Vernon. Jenien Volt 2, Buiby. Valo. Phill.y. 28- Mlch.eli. Jooil. Kell. Vernon. S- Vo.t, Valo. DP-Kellner. Kell and rain: Runneli and Michael.. Left-- Wa.hlnnlon 10. Phll.d.lphla «. L-l- Kellner ?. Seheih 2, Moreno 4. Porler. field 1. SO--Kellner 5. Schelb I. Moreno 3. HO--Moreno II In Hi Innlnin: Porlerfleld 0 in l« i : Kellner 11 In 9 Schelb 3 In 2. H A KR--Moreno 2-Z: r^'ei'leld 0-0; Kellner 2-2; Sch.lb 3-3. WP--Kellner. winner--Porterlleld f-Sl. Ixler-Schelh (2-21. T-2:4s: A-^000 (e.tlmated). U-Duffy, Rommel CHEESE r S9c FAB Washing Powders Box New Var» I. lait«n I ·OITON NIW YORK ,,.. ab r hlBauer. If-rf 4 1 .1 DIMa««lo. ef 4 0 IIRIziuto. M 4 0 1 Th'nebV. rf 4 0 ONoren. cf 4 0 1 Vollmer. If 3 0 0 Berra. e 4 0 0 V. Sfp'nl. 3b 1 0 IMIie. Ih 4 0 1 Goodman. Ib 3 0 Oilfopp Ib 0 0 0 Pieriall. M 1 0 OiM'D'nald. Sb 4 0 1 Peaky, at 2 0 OlMantle. r f 3 0 1 Ixiprlo. 2b 3 0 0,'WoodllnK. If 0 0 0 ParneJl, p 3 0 Olcarey. 3b 3 0 1 Nlarhni, c 2 0 OlReynoldl. p 3 0 O 1 aLcnhardt 1 0 0 ! Totall 28 0 2|To|il» 33 1 » a--Fanned for rllarhoa in 9tH Boiton ooooooooo--i) New York . . . 000 010 OOx-- 1 E--Plenall, Nlarhoi. Rlr.r.uto. RBI-Noren. 2B--Bauer. SB--nir.zuto. HP-Parnell. Peiky and Goodman: McDougald. Rluulo and Mile. Left--Bos- Ion 2. New York ! SO--Parnell 5. Reynoldi «. R ER--Parnell l-l Winner--Reynold! (2-31. Loier--Par- nell 12-21. U--Summeri. Hnnochlck McKinley and Soar. T--2:15. A--23,576. ctileef* I, rMtr.ii i rmiT OAMI CHICAGO DITROIT al r h' ab r h rou.2b 5 1 llt.lpon. II 3 2 2 barilla. If 4 0 l . M u l l l n . If 2 1 0 Viinoso. cf 4 1 2'Kell. 3b 4 o 1 Wele, -f 4 0 0 Souchork. I h 5 2 3 ^obinion. Ib 2 1 O'Groth. rf 4 0 2 '.ollar, e 4 1 1'Balls, c 4 0 2 Car'iquel. » 3 1 T'aGlniberff 1 0 1 nodr'uer. 3h 4 1 .TI.ercben. rf 4 0 0 " ' " J O UPrlddy. 2 b 4 0 0 1 0 O.bTaylor I 0 0 N homer, p 1 0 0 Hutchl'son. p 2 0 0 33 « llTolall 35 5 II National Loop Box Scores Porkers In Dual Meet With Oklahoma Aggies Tomorrow . Joni... 3b yan. 2b .-layo. If WaltkUH, Ib Fox, p 3 0 1 3 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 4 I 0 3 0 0 33 4 5 un icor- *KfS ly " '· PHILADELPHIA BKQOKLVM Alhburn. cf 4 'i 0 Recie, ,, "'4 ? 'i llumner. M 6 i, CiCox. 31. s o n S O ZIRohinmn. 2 b 3 0 1 5 1 lIL-n'pnnclli. ( .1 o Oll'afko. l[-cf 4 0 2l,nldcr. cf 4 I I j W I I M n m i . II 4 0 2ll!odKCU I b 3 0 OlFurlilo. r f Krukine, oWl _ 37 _3 STnlall _ ·-- Two out "whin winning Philadelphia .......... 100010010(1--3 Brooklyn ........ 000 110 001 1--4 g-- wnltk"", Cox, Fox. Hamncr. RBI -Wallkui, Ilcur. Hodgt.. Cnrnponella. 2B-M«yo, RICK. Burnn: .SB-w«it- ku». CamnaniUB. Ennif." Hcesc S-- Er- ·Vlne, Fox. DP-W«llkus, H»mncr nnd Wattkui: Hamncr. Ryan and Wall. "· l^ft-Phllndelnhl. 7. Brooklyn BB-Enklne 1. Fox 6 SO-Krsklnr . R i ER-- Enklno 3-2; Fox 4-2. HBP --By Kriklne IJonci). WP-- Ersklnc. Tox. PB-- Campnntlla. Winner-- Er- klne (2-0). Loaer-- Fox (0-4). U-- DOK- !"·· Warnckc. Plnclll. T-2:23. A- .104 (paid). Cklcif* I, Pltfahurrh 1 -- - F ! II * T _5?L 1 " 11 PITTHUIIOH CHICACO ,,. , a'' r h! ab r h C II Hone, 31) 4 0 0;Mlk«l», H 5 0 0 B'rtlr'mf. Ib 3 0 OlAddli. rf bM'C'lou|h I 0 OiJclfcont. cf Muir. n o o 0,'B'mhollE. rf -a Palme, p o o OiSauer, If Hall, rf 4 o OjJnckion. 3b Klner. rf 3 1 o^'ondy. I b ilerion, 2b 4 1 3irdivnrdj. c FllzC'rld, r 3 0 l l c h l l l . The Arkansas Razorback thin clatls show their wares to the homn folks tomorrow in a d u a l moot with Oklahoma A. and M. The meet will start at 3 o'clock at Razorback Stadium and both varsity and freshmen divisions will compete. The Aggies arc overwhelming favorites, but a few of the Porkers will be expected to prevail in their chosen fields. The featured event of the meet will be the mile run in which Arkansa. 1 Hick Heber, t h e current Southwest Conference champ, w i l l rhatch strides with Fred Eckoff, the sensational Aggie miler from Sweden. Bill Diven, who had been count- cd on for points in the conference 3 0 0 i i I 3 j 2 4 2 2 3 1 1 4 2 3 3 0 1 1 0 0 I JelGrccii', cf 3 0 IJR'm'ioll. 2b . 1 0 1 Coihork. n 2 0 OiMinncr. p 4 0 0 Kline, p 2 o Oi Walli I o o; fetk'v'h, Ib 0 0 Oi (llall 30 2 SiTolall 34 « 11 «--Filed out for Kline In 8th. b-- Struck out for Birtlrome In 8lh Ittlburgh 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 -- 2 "Jcajfo . 000 210 23x--J E -- S a u c r . RBI--FIlzGcrald. Snucr D«l Greco. rumii7.7.otti 3. Bnum- ollfc Chltl. 2B-Jeffoonl. Baumhollz. au«r, HR--Snucr. KB--Jnckson. Fcm- y. Koihorck. DP--Baumhollr. nnd Ed- ardi; Menon, Koihorck imd Dn.r- rome. Lefl--I'ltlibureh 3. Chicago 5. B--Kline I. Mulr I, l.nPalnic I. Miner 2. SO--Kline 4, Ln Palme 1, Miner 3. HO--Kline 7 In 7 Innlngi: Mulr In 0 (pitched lo five batters in Ihth): La Palme 0 In 1. n ER-line S-5. Mulr 3-3, !,a Palme 0-0 Inner 2-2. WP-- La Palme. Winnei Mlnner (3-1). Loacr- Kline (0-31 U-- Igllelmo. Conlnn, Gore. Stewart. T-2. A--(estimated) 20.000. (tCOND OAMI tUlmrgh .132 100 000--11 14 1 IcaRo 000 000 020-- 2 ft 4 Friend and Garafllola; Kllpptlcin i acker ( l i . naiimdell IL'I. Srhull* 18) d Alwell. WP--Friend (2-41. L P -- ' Ippiteln (2-1). Allis, Person CaptureLRCC Golf Tourney Little Rock-OT-Dr. Ed Allis and -,'urtis Person of Memphis, f i n a l - ist;, in 1851, went all the way th year to win the Little Rock Coun try Club's 4-baIl Invitation Go Tournament Sunday. The Memphis combine took th t i t l e w i t h a 4 and 3 victory ove Walter Kbcl, Jr. and Dane Harr both nf Hot Springs. Earlier Sunday, Allis and Per son edged Ted Darrnh of Lilt Rock and Johnny Buzlck Monettc, Ark., in the semi-final 1-up. Ebel and H a r r i s put Chris Ger of Oklaho'na City and Dick Mar t i n of Dallas on the sidelines i their semi-final match 1 up i M uuelling holes. Gcrs and Mar tin were ..-light favorites goin i n t o the Su.iday matches. Saturday Roy Wood, of Fayette ville, and Steve Creekmore, o fort Smith, won the senior section of the tournament by defeating Frank English, of St. Louis, ant Herb Dowcll. meet last week, will not be able lo compete tomorrow. Diven. a Fayetteville High product, pulled a muscle just prior to the Dallas trip and was u n a b l e to run in the SWC meet. The University announced this morning t h a t he is out for the remainder of the season. In the conference meet the Porkers grabbed one first on Heber's 4:26.8 mile run. Heber also picked up a third place in the 80- yard run. Jack Troxell placed f i f t h in the 100-yard dash race that saw Texas' Dean Smith tie the meet record at 9.5. Temple Brown came in second n the two-mile grind, followed by lames Bean. junior high group by collecting 2,144 pins to the local group's 1,990. The Hewitt Pest Control crew made it a perfect afternoon /or the visitors by taking a four- point victory over the senior high team. KM. up with the tlaws--rtmd the TIMES daily. Cincinnati I, 11. Loui. S CINCINNATI IT. LOUIS ab r h] nb r h Hatton. 2h 5 1 I I G I n v l n n o . 3b 5 0 l ' Adam). 3b 5 0 2,Hrnm*. xn 4 0 0 1 Wvroilek. ef 5 l OILowrey, rf 4 1 2 ' Kl'ze'ikl. ID 5 0 (HMiulal. Ib 2 2 1 ! Adcock, If 4 3 3iMlBBIns. If 4 1 1 ] Edivnrdn. r f 2 0 0,Sclrn'cst, 2 b 4 1 2 Borko'iki. rf 2 2 2 II. .nice, rf 3 0 0 Howl, r 4 I 1,D. Rice, c 0 0 0 M'Mlllan. » 3 1 2 FuMelmnn. c 3 0 0 : Perko'flkl. p 4 0 DBoyer. p 1 0 1 aMnuch 1 0 0 Wcrlc. p 0 0 0 ' bsianky 1 0 o I Vuhas. p 0 0 0 ' cJnhnson 1 0 0 39 8 12Tntals 33 5 8 Jensen Hilling Fast Clip For Washington Wnshinuton-f/P)- E x - Y a n k e e Jackie .Tenson is hitting at a hot 405 clip since joining the Washington Senators nine days ago Jensen has connected for IS hits in 37 tries as a Senator and has brought his b a t t i n g average up to a neat .304. He was able to collect only two hits in 19 at bats for the New Yorkers. Totaji _ a--Called oiil In 5th. Pine Bluff Bowlers Defeot Foyetfeville Two Pine B l u f f Boys Club bowling teams romped to victories over Fayetteville Saturday in matches held at the Benton Bowling Lanes. The Welch-Dunn group took a ' ou jjP°»Jt win from Fayetteville's Richest of all coffees gives you 10-15 more cups per pound yet costs only 2 cents more Stobbi. p Rofovln. p Toll.]. GERBE'RS BABY FOOD Strained, Chopped 3 c "" 25c a-Slniled foVBalti in »th b-Struck out /or Prlddy In am n,'f" 020 400 a»-6 · i c, · ··- 103 ooo ioe--5 E--Roblnion, Lollar. Rni--Rodrlgue; . Fnx. Mlnoio 2. Stohhi. Kell. Soil- chock 2. Crolh. Haiti. 2B-- Carrajquel liP"" 1 So " clu ' ck ·· Grolh. Ball, l i R j Minojo S-Stobla. Mlnojo. K c , ] Upon Mull,,, ni'-rox. Carraiqufl and Roblnion: Rogovln. Lollar a n d n: Kell. l-rlddy and Sovirhock ' Ll " on *"" Sonrhock. Lett- aio 7, neDlrolt 12. RB--Stobbi J 5n*°cl n i.L' N '"' llou " r 3. Hutehinion I.' SO-Stobbi 2. Roiovln 1. HO--Slohhi 1 10 In 6'j inninii: Roiovln 1 In 2V Neivhou.er f. In 31,: Hutrhlmon S In J'j. H n, ER-Stobha 5-5; Newhouier 5-3; Hutehlnion 1-1. HBP--By Hutcb- Inion iRoblnionl. Winner--stobhi i l - 2 i Loier--Newhotiier 10-21. U~Napp. Mc- itrlkci for Boj b-riled out (or Werlr In 7 l h . e--Grounded out (or Yubn* in 91 Cincinnati 010 122 1110- St Louil 020 002 010 E--Schoendienst. Hemus. KB1--A eork 2. Srhoendleml 3. Boyer. Halto Adams. M r M i l l n n 2. M i R u l n a . Perkow , « k l . 2 B . - M u a l a l . Sehnendlrnst 2, Ha ton. BorkovvKkl. M R -- A d r n r k 2 SB Adam«. L e r t -- C i n c i n n a t i 5: SI Lou 5. BB-Perkow«kl 4. Bnyer I. SO Perkowikl t. Boyer 2, Werle I. Viih I. HO--Poyer 5 In .1 innings: Werle In 2: Yuhas 3 in 2. R Jl; ER -Bove 4-4: Werle 2-1: Yuhaa 2-1; Perkows 5-5. PB--Fuselmnn Winner--Perkov ikl 13-n. Lo«er--Boyer (1-1). U--Jord Goelz. Secory and Dasroll. T--2:27. A-546 Gnwan nnd Grieve. 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Prices Effective Today Thru Thursday Northern Brand Newsoft Regular Roll 2-Pound Loaf Pound Roll $2.49 Value each Northern Brand News Tissue Armour's Star Hocklcss Picnics Van Zee Brand Wisconsin Cheese Florida Tree-Ripe Oranges 8 Busy Baker or Krispy Crackers Heims Pure Lean Pork Sausage Six Beautiful Glasses and Large Pitcher Tea Sets Chicken of Sea Chunk Style Tuna Fish Choice Quality, Ruby-Red Tomatoes Dalewood Colored in quarters Margarine Medium Size in Clean Cartons Fresh Eggs ° 32 C Tube Pound Carton Or Dozen Domino or Godchaux Cane Sugar Town House First Quality Gr'fr't Juice»17 Lux - Rinso - Ivory - Dux - Oxydol - Tide Soap Flakes ^ 25 Maxwell House or Folgers CTew74' 11-Inch Aluminum Full-o-Gold Florida Orange Juice 19 SAFEWAY

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