Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 14, 1952 · Page 8
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May 14, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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! I Oklahoma Aggies Wallop Arkansas Track Team ilUndMJins * - - - - » ^ 1 Dual Meet By c 1 fide Margin * * * * HIGH Jump | ^Porker Frosh Show « _ ·; Power In Downing «",'.', Cowpoke Yeorlings t :'; The Oklahoma Aggies walloped J .."..the Arkansas Razorbacks, 80-47, I ::in the varsity division of a dual I "Y.tneet here today, but lost the I ·'--freshman section, Sfl-88. Six meet 1 ^VTecorrls were established In the f -^varsity division and four in Ihfi · · -'Wftsh competition. t * jr 1 '!!^" expected duel hntwccn Hick 3 ; iBber, ArkoniKs' Southwest Con- 1 I iilgpocc mile run champ, and Fred- Eckhoff, A. and M.'s Fin- star, fail* 1 .' to materialize as | : Site flying Finn won by 40 ynrdj in J ! "3M8.0, » new dual meet record. ! * .,, The meet was run under a warm j ijun with almost no wind which i --ftwlped times in nil event*. ( Henry Oeller, stout-legged AK- gie freshman gave ihe sparse I X crowd at Razorback stadium its i : biggest thrill o' the afternoon in j ; winning the 'two mile run. Both : I the varsity and freshmen divisions j Z- were held at the same time and · Geller charged ahead and stayed : ; thead throughout the eight laps. 1 * His time of B;38.4 was 48.9 seconds 1 * lower than the old record, act by ; James Bean of Arkansas. Bean, t running In yesterday's race, fin: · ished third behind Seller and i Temple Brown of*Arkansas. ' » An .equally outstanding event j - ; was the 1:53.ji 880-yard run turned I in by Bill Heard of the Cowpokes. · J The Arkansas and Oklahoma A. ·nd M. frosh battled on even «l Dallas, record. bar Tex. He cleared the bar to srt a new Southwest Conference The bar was measured at six feel, 11 nnil one-half .inches which would have beaten the world record of six feel, 11 inches set by Les Steers of Oregon in 1841. O f f i c i a l measurement, however showed that terms through the afternoon will, ° avi5 ' M * h TM\ " n ' nl "' lnllcofr " 11 " 1! ",'° *#· "' '»·' bar six feet and 10. one-half Inches. Even so Jt was the highest recorded jump since Steers record leap, (Ap Photo) AM; 2. Hill Williams, AM; 3. . (now record) J. D. Berry, A*M. Time 49.1! I Discus--I. Art Kraft, AM: 2. 100-yard dnsh--1. .Johnny Sur- F'".vil Jnck. AM: 3. Waldo roll, AM; 2. Jack Troxcll, Ark.; Schaff, AM. Dist. 130 Bickford Hurls Boston Past Pirates,M Boslnn-MVVcrn Bickford, ihe Rn.ston Braves' star pitcher, finally ;ot into the win column last night jy scattering nine safeties against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Thn Bucs pitcher Howie Pollet gave up only .sx hits but the Tribesmen prevailed, 3-1. Bickfurt has three Jonst'S on hi-; rcrorn. E(\ Ma thews homered with none nn in the first. The winning tally came in Ihe f i f t h after two were out. Roy Hartsfield bounced a single over Scooter Koshorek's head and Mathews drew a base on balls. Then Earl Torgeson lashed a staple to right field scoring Hnrt.sMeld. The game's final t a l l y came in the eighth on a pair of singles, a force play and a long fly. :»*t»n X, Pittihurih 1 PITTSBURGH [Ka'rtf|tt»Bt ArkaneaB 5ime« SPORTS #?·· ' *// NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Fayerttvill., Arkansa., Wcdnnday, May 14, 1952 »b r hi ·OITON · b r h · defaults by the Aggies In both Ih J 440- and mile relays spelling the j inafgin of victory for Arkansas. 3 ^The summaries: 1 TaUvenlly Dlvliinn · -Shot put--1. Floyd Jack, AM ; t Art Kraft, AM; 3. WaUlo | ·chaff, AM. DIM.--44' 3 2 ; Pole vault--1. Dean Pryor, Ark., 3 .Delbert Graiuman, AM, and Jcr- i ry Perry, AM (tie). Hgt. 12' 3". j High jump--I. Roscoe Vroomnn, ; ftSiM; 2. Chester Rcamcs, AiM J And Murray Elton, Ark. (tic for ! llcond) Hgt.--«' 4" (new record) ; Xiwciin _ i. Wayne Kroutll, ! A4M; 2. Dean Pryor, Ark.; 3. Don · Babers, AM. Dist.--198' 9" (new j record) i 440-ytrd relay -- 1. Arkansai ! (J»'ek Troxell, Al Wllkenson, Joe Wjtt, l*e Yoder). Time--:42.0 (few record) rW run-- I. Frederick Eckhoff, · A*W; 2. Hick Hcbcr, Ark.; 3. Mel- VtS. Motoley, AM. Tlme~4:18.0 (MW record) ·B40-y«rd dash-1. Terrell IV), I~ lark's,:' 3. Al Wllkenson, Ark. Time--9.9 High hurdba--1. Jerry BoRiirri, Ark.; 2. Roy Iluody, AM; 3. Bill Hefflngton, Ark. Time--!5.2 Ban-yard run--1. Bill Hoard, AiM; 2. Heed Donnelly, AM; 3. Hick Heber, Ark. Time--1:53.9 (new record) 220-yard danh--I. Al Wllkenson, Ark.; 2. Johnny Surrell, AM; 3'. Tom Elliott, AM. Time--21.5 Two-mile run-1. Bobby Sanders, AM; 2. Temple Brow, Ark.; Broad jump--1. Dick Hazard. Ark.; 2. Billy Wright, AM; 3. lioscoe Vrooman, AM. Dist.--23 7',i" . C'igllone. 3h S 1 2|H'rUfic]d. zb 4 1 2 Ft'tlrome ] b 3 0 OiMftthewi. 3 b 3 1 1 M ' k o v i c h . rf 4 0 OlTorfeson. Ih 4 fl 1 Klncr. I f 3 0 OiGiordon. H 2 0 1 Cnrngiola. c 3 0 l|Daniel«. rf 0 1 0 Merson, 2b 4 0 .TWhiaenant, cf 3 0 1 nDavfi 0 0 0 ] Thorpe, rf-11 4 0 0 Sfklnnd, 2b 0 0 o;Burris. c 4 0 0 Del Ge'fO. f f 3 0 HCuslck. M 4 0 0 Koshorck. IB 4 0 S.BIcklord, ji 3 0 0 illcl. p 3 0 0 ! hFltzgerld 1 0 0! TolBlB 33 1 9'Total^ 31_J_6 V~Hnn fof'Werson in 8th. t)--Hit Into forced play for Pollet i Slh. Ktiburgh ..-100000000--1 BoHton 100 010 Olx--3 E--CBStiglione. HBI--Garnflola. Ma- hewi. Torgpaon. Burrls. 2B--MerMn. HR--Maihcwi. SB--C»itl(Ilone. S-- Barttrome. DP--Mathew» lunaailsted). L r f t -- P i t t s b u r g h 10. Boston 8. BB-Bickford 4, Pollet 4. SO--Pollet 6. H A ER--Pollet 3-3. Bickford 1-1. Winner--Bickford (1-31. Loser--Pollet 11-41. U--Warneke. Plnelli, Bo|(ess. T--2:14. A--2.S31. Birmingham Nips Mobile Bears, 4-3 By The Associated Press Something about those luckless Memphis Ohickasaws inspires' f o "r clubs were idle. won only one. Big Al Worthington flipped a five-hitter for the Vols for his second success against one defeat. In the Southern Association's only other contest, the Birmingham Barons edged league-leading Mobile, 4-3, and posted their fourth straight triumph. The other IWIe betting there has been on the 15-round encounter. Most of the pre-fijfht arcuments have ccntcrci on the r ,n:.si:.i!ily of a knockout--a Carter win by a knockout. even the weakest of opposing bat-! tcrs. Nashville second baseman Bob Boring, batting a miserable .135, erupted for two doubles and a pair of singles--a perfect evening -- to lead the Vols to a 6-2 victory and I hand the Chicks their fourlhl Carter Favored To Knock Out Salas straight setback and their 24tli 31 games. Frank Biscan, the old hander who copped 16 decisions at Memphis last year, was the victim of Ihe BordinR-led assault and absorbed his third loss. He has Los - Lightweight j Lhampjon Jimmy Carter gives il.auro Salas of Mexico his second le^.-lshot at. the world title in six once again the ppcr from New York is a solid favorite to retain the crown. Carter remain-: a 1-4 choice in iecisions weeks tonight, and the vie-1 little scrapper fron Reds And Cards In Player Swap Cineinnati-m - The Cincinnati Heds and the St. Louis .Cardinals may have solved a couple of their 3. Jamc, Bean, Ark. Timo-o^e j ^^1£° bl TM W » h " A^ ^^fingS A I rk7^ i ,^^^'^ n ^ Wayne Bokorncy, AM. Time- Reds were scndhm outfielder Die 24.1 D. Klcc, " · Mile relay--]. Okla. AfcM (J; tons,, Terry , c,, mKe tor *»«Mt-3:ie.njH!it,.«nd i 1 .1 ' i, ,.--- - " · ---- Sisler and sjiortslup Virgil Sta c-up to the. Cards In .a-straight ex chance for'outfieliler Wally West ' " " " Eddie Kazak. 5 *^-^:.' Take a break for a Coke Your thirst cnlb for some kind of refreshment... your tastr. tells you to be »tire it's ice-colri Coca-Coin. · OtHIti UH01« AUTHOIIir OP IHI C O C O - C O t A C O M r A I I T IY MYITIVIUE COCA-COLA lOTTUNO COMPANY, Phent 1400 »», IHI COCACOI* COxrANY Oklahoma Said To Re Seeking Entry In SWC By The Associated Press There were reports at Omaha yesterday that the University of Oklahoma was preparing to pull out of the Big Seven Conference to become an independent or. if possible, connect with the Southwest Conference. The Omaha World-Herald reported it learned Oklahoma has sent feelers to other Bid Seven .schools to make sure football contracts will hold even if the school should withdraw from the con ference. At Norman, athletic direct Bud Wilkinson declared the repo is without foundation. The World-Herald went on 1 say it believed Oklahoma woul quit the conference if Jt can he a, sured its football schedule woul remain intact. The 1952 Sooner schedule In eludes six games with conferem schools, A Big Seven boycol would cripple Oklahoma sport schedules unless the school couli ioin the Southwest Conference. Meanwhile, at Fort Worth, Dr Vern'on Schuhardt, the University of Texas faculty representative old the Star-Telegram, Oklahoma iad been sponsored at the reren Southwest Conference meeting and had been turned down by the conference members. pr. Schuhardt claimed th 'Sooners are so coy about it tha hey won't admit it and they won't make a direct bid, but they have et a lot of the right people know hey can be had--and easily." He said another official of a southwest Conference school hac evealed Oklahoma telephoned the :iformation that it was available -and that it would be willing to et the conference supervise thletics until such time as the ooncrs might become full-fledged icmbers. 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