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Kentucky Cage Team Banished From SEC For Year Biminjhim, Ala.-(,ff)-Kentucky,*i temporary castout from the con-j ference its basketball forces ruled! with an iron fist, tackled the| project of filling 14 open dat-s on I its cage slate today. I Reynolds tosses Two-Hitter As Yonks Trip Bosox, 7-0 an unprecedented penalty levied for the school's laxity in administering its sports program, left Kentucky with only 10 games on itj hardwood schedule. In addtiion, the S-C ruled t h a t two football players were Ineligible for future participation and fined Kentucky 5500 for each of them. The basketball suspension was ordered by the SEC Executive Committee. It means Kentucky can play no conference school for the duration of the suspension, but leaves the Wildcats free to play any school outside the conference. Eligibility Problimi In this' connection, however, the SEC dropped a hint that Kentucky might hav* to rule on the eligibility of one or more basketball players before they would be accented by the National Collegiate Athleti Association. " --'·' " ' · · New York -(If}- Allie Reynolds · only f.vo hits last night to gain his 150th major league victory, 7-0. The win boosted tn» New York Yankee lead over second place Cleveland to two and a half fames. Mickey Mantle bacned up Key- \ nolds fourth two-hitter of the c u r - 1 rent Ampaign wiih a pair of home j runs and a double. Mantle's 17th i homer came in the first with the ! bases empty and his 18th came in : the f i f t h with Phil Rizzulo on base, i Reynolds was in compleie charge of the Boston club Ihrougr.o'ul the i,ame although he walked eight men. Sid Hudson was the loser, giving up the first four runs. Ralph Bricker and Ray Scarborough followed him to tht mound. Htw Y.rH 7, Iwti ·OJTOM Sauer's Homers Bows Edges Middlecoff For "World" jackpot Dodgers/Phils Split; Roberts Gains I2fh Win -·l'i- Mrnoklyn hats the *!xth .nnins rf ; person of promoter George S. May j It said' Kentucky's] '""""Z, r h " IW '"ft, ,, suspension was for "violation of DiMagiio. d 4 o o Bautr. rf 4 0 0 Thro b'y, rf 4 0 O.Rizzuto. Goodman. 26 _' o 0 Mantle.' cf Ken, 3b ir Evirs. Hudson, p aSchmees ~rickner. p bNixon While, c Niarhoa. Lipon. u 3 0 0 B«rra. _ 3 o O'wbodlini. II 1 0 OlMlzr Ib 0 0 0 M'D'lald. 3 b 0 · "Martin. 2b 1 0 O.Rtynoldj. p 1 0 0 4 0 0 . o o o: 3 0 I' 23 0 ZiTotala 4 1 1 4 3 1 4 I 2j 2 1 0 4 1 1 2 0 0 1 5 0 1 I 3 0 0 6th Walked for Hudson in 5lh. Grounded out for Brlckner Boiion . 000000000--0 New York 100 121 OOx--7 · E-- While. McDoufald. RBI--Mantl; 3. Martin 2. Bcrra. Bauer. 2B-- White. Mantle. HR--Mantle 2. DP-Goodman. Lipnn and Cernen: Di- Maiifio and Gcrnert: ftlzzuto and Mize. Lefl--Boston ID. New York I. B --Hudson .1. Scarborough 3. Reynolds 8. SO--Hudson 2. Scarborough 1. Reynolds 7. HO--Hudson 4 in 4 innings: Brickner 2 in 1: Scarborough 3 in 3. £ ER--Hudson 4-4. Brickner 2-2. Scarborough 1-1 Winner--Revnolna (14-71. Loser--Hudson 17-11. U--Grip"*, sarella. Honochick and Itobb. T-2:21. A--51.005. rules and regulations" of the SEC Only eligibility rules appear strong enough to stand behind suspension. This was taken as an indication that Kentucky must remove tfcie players who caused the suspension before it can meet outside teams belonging to the NCAA. Already on its tentative schedule outside the SEC are St. Louis, Minnesota, Notre Dame, DePaul and Xavier. On the heels of the Executive Committee's announcement, SEC Commissioner Bernie Moors announced he was ruling two football players ineligible for further athletic participation. They, are Gene Donaldson. tagged by Coach Paul Bryant as a -"great" prospect and listed prominently for AH American consideration, and Chester (CheO Lukawski. Both are guards and both are from East Chicago, Ind. Cash Inducement Moore said Donaldson received aid over and above a Southeastern Conference scholarship. Lukawski. he said, received a cash inducement before entering Kentucky. Dr. H. L. Donovan.- president of Kentucky, said the school would I LJ ;,-!,--,-,._ A _ not attempt t o defend the L u - l I I ICK.mun A\S kawfki case, although it was u n - ! aware the player was p; ls he said, the big guard was guilty of no nfore than accepting spare time employment that netted " less than $200 in two and 01 years. Donovan and Dean A. D. Kir-1 He succeeds'HcrmarT Hickman ! Hickman, one of the nation'E Eonimittee'rp'unrshment'excessive! l? est know " coaches, quit but said they will not anpeal it to da L' or r r l V a t e . us '" ess ., .. the conference as a whole. ! Thc n a m i n g of Oltvcf and the The rulings by the committee resignation of Hickman, who had and by Moore were based on find- eight years to go on a 10-year ap- ings uncovered by an .investigation' pointmenti came as big surprises, conducted by Moore last may. I Hickman took a public relations Kentucky asked to be investigated, job wiih Ihe General Cigar Com- afler New York Judge 8511! Streit] p a n y of New York. He also prom- ssssjss ^d^ttnSS^j ££ ^ c ±- n r-- Oliver was appointed acting l head footbpll roach for the 1952 j season only. But, it was believed to be only a technicality, depending on how the squad he inherits from Hickmin perform*. Probably not us well known nationally as Hickman, the 37-year- old, 6-foot-4 Oliver is rated high [SPORTS NMTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMCS,, Arkamtn,. TuMduy, August 12, 1952 two homers to his major league j could be bigger and better next j l c »dlng total yesterday as Ur I t h a n his $120.000 Tarn O'-; Chicago Cubs rncked up the St. I Shanler show just closed. |, 0 ,,j, (,. ]0-2. Each of Bauer's I T h a t should be good news to tbe homers hu iQih . n rf i n i k . l i k e s of U. S. Open Champion Ju- · '"' h " - f " h " nd 3(llh -«'" · j with a man on base and swel lius Horns and the golfing dentist Cary Middlecoff, who ye.^lerriav settled for a record $25,000 and J12.500 respectively in a playoff i ellorl . his runs-balletl-in lotal lo 98. The ' Cuhs hnvr 48 samci r c m s l n i n j . ' Th " Cuhs Pounrlrd three Car- 1 , . , . , . . ' ' I (or M a y s -world championship of ! riinal hurleri for 13 hits. gettinR s ° · ! 'he first nine off starter iiiiri loser I v " r " Gia May said he has dales resen cd i Gerald Stnlcy. Cliff Chambers' t" Hostnn. | ,Phil,idclpt ' expl'irlcrl t the .ccnnrl g a m e in a t w i - n m h t d n i i h l r - h e a f l e r w i t h t h e I'hil.-irH- phia I hils here l.m n i g h t ,is the Dodjiers scored six runs on three homer.s and a triplr- tn w i n . f)-"i. 7-2. behind t h e b i i l l i a n i p i t c h i n g ' of R n h i n H n h e i i s who notched his ' I R t h t r i u m p h nf the Reason. [ Despite the ;.p]n Ihe their N ' a i i n r a l Shove Deeper Info DMe Assocttion Cellar , By The AIUM-UKX i The once proud and powerful Birmingham Harons are bumbling an.und In ihe Southern Association c o l l a r w i t h no Indication that they plan !o leave. The hirkl"' Barons blew a two- run lead List night and bowed to s e v e n t h - p l a c e I.lttle Rock, 3-4--: B_irminsham'. 14th loss In the r»«t An I n f i e l d error and a walk helped the Travs score three un- »«venth-ptac« ' : " " ' Tha lvas ' what Llttl* r;id to n i n e 0;unrs ( ,ver the Now York Giants, who lojt a t w i n - h i l l w i t h the I'GA next year for his a n n u a l Tarn O'Shanter carniva mid Eddie Yuhai followed stale and suffered almost e q u a l l y nn- . and has in mind an even ^renter t fortunate experiences. Stnley v/as · J a c k p o t t h a n he pair! in the dove- charged with h l j l l l h loss against , tailed fllO.OOO All-Ameriran a n d ; 1 1 . " ' ' " ' · T u r k I-own started for WHERE DO YANKS GET'EM Woodling Takes Up Slack Left By DiNaggio; Never Starred Before »T GAVLE TALBOT New York - DP) - The t jnkees would not be what they are in the baseball world it they did not have an extremely imart and efficient front office, but we sometimes get to thinking that they are shot with luck, too. It could be, of course, that if you have the first, the second follows. ington, he was on base 14 out of 18 timea up. This is the same jasper who jnn.OOO "World" the past weeks. May plans lo increase the $2.1,000 World first prize and the $3,42(1 top melon in the All-American. He may even arrange regional p l a y o f f s to bring a larger field to (he combined- meets. There were reports that Boros,' Mu»ui. i-f' who rallied furiously for his two- I "' R'" " stroke, four-under-par fia playnff | sui victory, and the vanquished Mid- dleroff had an under-the-table deal lo split the World $2,1,000 first and $12,500 second prizes. That would have (riven each Chicago, but wlldness forced him ID retire in favor of Bob Schultz, who was given credit for the victory. Cbkm la, u. Lnli l ST. LOUIt I CHICAGO ah r h th r h llfmui. u ( i t Brown. « H 2 J Lowrey. rl 3 n n ll'h'iu r l - r f J ·' 3 5'ndl'nn. 2h 5 0 1 ll'maiukl. rl J o o There u-fre sesnn h n m r r j in the Iwn game! as holh rlubs showed potent a l c a c k s . Thc Budgcrf t r a l l l n s 1--I a.', they r u m p to ihu sixth fr.-imr of the nlgliicap, unloaded fin Ktar:er Howie K i - s . .Inn K p i u l a n t y anrl A n d \ Hanson. P*lla*«l«Hla T. rr^klr. 1 Rock needed to wrap up tht victory. The vic.-i.M-y went to John Weiss, who scattered five hits. Th« Travs got to lojer Bill Ktn*«dy for nine. """""''' Johnson. }h Glavlnno. 1h Slalty. p aSlaMcun Charabtrj, p 1 2 Jeffcoat. _ . Z " 2 Sauer. If 4 I) 0 Atwell. r 5 0 Z^nndy. Ih l n o Serena. 2h 1 n 0 Jackjon. 'h 2 n d Lown. p l n n ncnulti. p I n o 2 0 0 3 j a 5 ! '4 n 2 2 I II .1 I I M o 2 0 0 never before held down a n y t h i n g i 518,750 and th= word was out that approaching a steady job in a big i " lc v nad arranged to settle the league outfield, who never before i t:1:cs on lhe entire $37.500 swajf. hit higher than .283 for a season, 1 I3ul th « lw '" players and the PGA denied such a maneuver. The PGA's freshest moncv - win- Yuhaa. Total* Oimpan'a Khulia, II Snfctrr. ct I'alko. If ll.-id«ej. II Wade, p aNe'laon'' Klni. p hWllllama Total! ' r h 4 0 0 Xanliiirn.' :h 4 n o Wyrtuk-li c 4 I 2 Ennla. II 4 o 1 Hamnrr. 4 it 1 Jones rh 4 n I Buwu r · 0 I V.'a ku." 0 0 0 Rnbfrtf, c 1 0 0 0 n o 1 0 0 M t ID Tolala In the only other Southtrn fvtt* last n i g h t . Nashville shaded third- place NW Orleans. J-7. In a p«p- ncry a f f a i r tn«t almost turned into a hr«wl In thi ninth. The Vol* u-nre ahead 7-S gotnf i n t o the f i n a l inning. Wh«n the Pels scored their first twn run« . '" It1 "l frame. Vol Buster Bofua- " 5 5 : k i r ""' p ' ! Pau' Smith btfan hovlng each other. Players imm both dufouta _ hinged onio the field, but «1. 3 0 i ihnugh tension V.-DI high for wv. crnl minutes, no licki we; s a · 3 0 0 4 I I ' 4 0 0 1 I I :· n u a--Flicrt out for Van c M 7 10 uk in Mil »',. Klni 1 in t H k r Van Ciiyk 4-4. Kini l-l W--Robert* ill-D L--Wi and who. less than six years ago, brra In Kth. St. Loula Chicago E--Jnhnjton. m , om TO _ , 2jo oin J2»--10 RBI-Snuir was so lightly regarded that h e ; '."« ^« » "rcsncst money - win- i j, ckjln z. n nu , n i,nVt7. B V~wn Tfriic; waived out of Ihe American! 11 " 1 * Il! ' 1 """ Borns in from with I A twill, rondy. sialer !B--Muslnl! New Haven, Conn.-Wl-Jordan is some minor deity who can't | stand to see Casey Stengel suffer. enroll. But iri the"Donaldson case,! l O O t D Q l I : guilty J spare ^ew Haven, ed h i m , Oliver, who joined the staff ,only a j _. . , i n e - h a l f j f e w months ago, was named as ! h V". s wis th * y "' . ... i Yale's acting head football coach. . _. ?.. co , m !jl!R,"' athletic operations at Kentucky. Coll Issued For Grid Candidates Fayetteville High School foot- baTf~coach Harry Vandergriff has ^sued the first call for prospective j within the football coaching fra- Bullriog candidates. Those inter- ternity. His experience includes csted in making the team arc ask- six years at Villanova. where he cd to report to Harmon PlayficM ! also captained the 11 as a senior, at 6 p. m. tomorrow for a brief I and three years at Loyola of Los conference with the coach in re-1 Ancrles. card to physical examinations and health certificates required for participation in the sport. Fall grid practice for the Bulldogs opens September 20. Oliver, whose home is at Inglewood, Calif., was reported heading for New Haven to meet with Hickman and other members of the staff later this week. r the Bombers ith a replacement for Joe4IMaggio or hit the skns. Several rival managers, holding back the tears m a n f u l l y , confided to ui in the spring that the Bombers were sunk, thai no one could even begin to imagine what the loss of the Clipper would mean to the champs. Mickey Mantle, they TMid, miirht some day fill the grf5; void, but certainly not this ic m. There was no other possil .y. Hank Bauer, Jackie Jensen, 'ob Cerv-they simply were no' 'st in the DiMagg-io mold. Nol · Ihought lo mention Woodling -. 30-year- old who had been hour ins around in and out of the bis leagues for going on a d«ade and seldom had seen his name anywhere excepl near the bottom of a box score. So what do we find now? Only that Wnodllng is leading all the Yankees with th.e lumber, smashing the ball at a steady clip well over .300, threatening the American League lead and fielding like an angel. During the Bombers' recent Western trip, when they needed all th» help they could get, he sluftgtd 3 ' 1 '" 21 games. In their last five fames at Wash- Boston-(/P)-Boston's improving Braves made it four straight over the New York Giants yeslerday '.vllh a double victory, 11-10 and 1-2. The Braves had blanked the G i a n t s on 2-0 scores in Ihe first two games of the series. Bob Thorpe's eighth inning single scored the w i n n i n g rjn in Ihe tirst game. In the nightcap Boston swept to a 2-0 lead against Dave Koslo in Ihe first inning and Ihen San} Jcthroe provided the winning margin wiih his 10th homer in Ihe f i f t h . Lew LSurdetle went the route in the second till lo notch Ihe victory. Larry Janscn was the v i c t i m of three-run scoring . Ion in the recond ur^s hy Bns- third in- FOR FOOTBALL THRILLS IN 1952 See Your Arkansas Razorbacks in Action Use this application blank -- and purchase your tickets at once GAME GAMES AT. FA.Y£TTEV1LLE Sept. 27 -- University of Houston Nov. 8 -- Rice Institute (Dad's Day) Nov. 15 -- S.M.U. (Homecoming) GAMES AT LITTLE ROCK ·Sept. 20 -- Oklahoma A. t M. "Oet. 11 -- Baylor . Oct. 25 -- University nf Mississippi OUT OF STATE GAMES ·Oct. 4 -- T.C.U. -- Fort Worth Oct. 18 -- Univ. of Texas-- Austin ·Nov. 1 -- Texas A.M. -- College St. Nov. 22 -- Univ. of Tulsa -- Tulsa INSURANCE TOTAL IpmcE" ! $3.60 3.60 3.60 3.60 3.60 3.60 3.60 3.60 3.60 J.50 NUMBER TICKETS DESIRED AMOUNT OFFICE RECORD (Do not wrltt in this spacel SEC. ROW SEATS M ·Night game. 'Price Includes all Federal and State taxes. Application! muit b« accompanied by payment lei ticktti. o!htrwin no f«nrTill»ni will bt mad.. Mak. parmtnti lo th. TREASURER, UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS. Ualm charfl. of 25c U included, tickitt will b. mallMl at own.r'i rlik. Addrm ail t*qu«ti lo: ATHliTIC OFFICI MANACtR, IOX 1J», UNIVIMITY STATION, FAYITTIVILLI, AKK. niASI CHICK IF YOU A»f laz*rb«ck Club M«mb«r Alumni , No Str Cit] mt » Mt nings which put Boston ahead, 6-0. Sid Gordon and Earl Torse- son each homered in the rallies. The Giants fought back and scored five runs in Ihe f i f t h and went ahead 10-7 with a four run oul- burst in the eighth, but Boston regained the lead with four runs of id own in the last of the eighth for the win. ·tat*. II, Htw T.rfc 10 FIRIT C»"I HIW YORK I IOITOH Williams. 2h 3 1 IMctlroe. cl "s 1 t park, u s 2 1'Lofan. aa s 1 l j Lotlcman, Ib 4 1 OIThnrpc, rf 4 0 2 Thomson. 3b .1 2 4 Cooper, r .', n o ! JlhodM. If 5 I 21 Gordon. If 5 3 .1 I Tnom-n. ct 5 o J'Danlelj. If 0 0 0 I Hartunj. rf t 0 l Torjeion. Ib 3 3 2 ! Weatrum. c 3 o 0 Slsli Ih 4 0 0 bMueller 0 1 0 Dittmer, 2b Vnra. e I o o j. wilaon p Janaen. D 1 0 0 Jonea. p 1 1 1 Chlptnari. p 1 0 0 cMalhewa p Grapen Lose To Lannigan. 7 To 6 Tontilown - (Special! - i T h e Tontitown Giapers boucd to the Lnnni(?an, Mo., baseball team Sunday at the Tontitown diamond in a 10-innins same. 7 lo fi. LanniRnn's bis inning came in Ihe third when it scored three j runs on two hits and .tix Graper i errors. Tontitown picker! up two'' runs in ( the first on two hits and a by Andrew Penzo who struck out 1(1 Lannigan batsmen and collected three fcr five at the plate, Including a home run and a triple. Bonebrake pilchtd for the Uanni- gan team and went the route to take the win. The Gruoerj will t n k e on (Sentry at Silntm Springs Friday ·i*ht. The line score: Tonlltown .. 200 100 010 2--(I Lannlgan 003 010 000 ft--7 walk, l.annignn used expert fielding and an a b i l i l y tn l u r n Graper errors i n t o tallies, in the p i t c h i n g ! denartmeni Tnnlllown was l e a d i l""J" ptl! * -'I M3 Olx--7 J - C o x 11411--Campancll. 2. Wvroa- tek. Diirsi-.i. Rnhrrt!. llninni-r 1 Ryan 2B- Burirn n.v«n IIH--Cim- panalla. Hamner. R v a n DP -lUnihcr I"!'-- a" 1 Wal " lua - Snl'i'-r jMirl lloclnn --Warlt I Vnn Cn.vk 4. K l n j I ' Sn Wade Z .Van Ciiyk 4 .Kobiru 2 HO-Warte J In »s Innlnna: Van Ciiyk n in KCOH* CAM* ·Black .WPi Landrum iM Cailipanella: rnx iLPi Kontantr, Hawiii. Helntman. Rldiik a j ·Rifnty i Wihlelm. p i cG. Wllion I Spenctr. p | Lxnicr, p , Gregg, n dTrvin 2 n j : J n o j 160 H.P. "ROCKET" ENGINE! ·n. HYDRA-MATIC SUPER DRIVE! GM HYDRAULIC STEERING! NEW AUTKONIC-EYE! l . J S p a h n , 0 0 0 n o o i o o | TolaLi 41 10 UiTotala M i l 12 | a--Doubled for Jansrn in Sth ~ j h--Walked for Weatrum in «lh. c--Smsled lor Wilhelm In Jlh. 1 d--Lined out for Greg« In Ith: e--Walkfrt for Chlpman in Bth. . New York 000 050 140-10 i lo «w - - · in 001 04x- 11 ! E--Thompann. WMtrum. Siatl. Lo«an i RBI--Cordon 2. } Wlljuin Tor«p-tin i 5. Dltlmer 3. Jethrot. Thorpe, W i l ' Mams. Thompion 4. Rhode! 3. Dark - "B--J. Wlscn, Cordon. Hlen'-y. Thorr.paoi-,. Dark. 3B--Jcthrr.r HR-Gordon. Torfe^on. Rhode.1. DlttmT : SB--Tnrfeaon. Dark. S--Thorpe. William.!. Df--laftn. DittuiT and T"r- ··eson. Left -New York R Onilnn S ^n--J Wltaon 2. Jont! I. JJnnsrn I. · Wilhelm I. I.anicr 1. SO J Wilaon 1 ! fonM 1. Chipnun 1, Jansen s. W l l h r l m I '. HO--.Inruen 5 in 4 inninw: Wilhi-lm : T in 3: Spencer 1 in U: t.nntcr 1 in 0. | 'accd 2 batters in 8lh): Grtgft 1 in i : ^: J. Wilaon S in 4~j: .lone* in 2 ! , f nred 4 bilters In R t h i : Chanmnn 1 tn ': Spahn 0 in 1. R A- En--Janacn fi-4: Wilhclrn 1-1: Socnc^r 2-2: Lanler ''-·' flref 0-0: J Wilson 4-4. Jon" fi-fi: rhlpman n-0: Spnhn 0-n W i n n c r - - Chinmin ' l - O i Loser--Lnni^r '.*,-3i t j --Pine'li. Flngpln. Btgnc^. T--1 .'2. A- - 3.00H ICMIpn'ir-li SCSOND C*MI Vew York ' . noo oin ?no--2 s in Boston 200 fl'O n i x -- 4 4 n Burd«lle rwpl and Burrlv Kolo ( LP). Kennedy. GreM and Weatrum Chicks Roily To Vanquish Grape rs, 12-8 The Kayeltcville Chicks c a m e l from behind w i t h a f u r i o u s s e v - : enlh a n d cichth i n n i n ? rally t h a t ; netted ten runs to nip (he T o n t i - ' town Grapers, 12-fl. last nichl in an Ozark League game plaved al Ihf Toilnty I-'air Grounds. The Chicks were nulhil H-fi. etleville 501 two runs in the Innlnjr olf one. hit. From t h a i j noint u n t i l t h e e»venlh K a r l ' Springton. Tontilown pilrher, t;a.e' up no hits and nf, runs. M e a n - , while Ihe Grapers were p o t i n d i n e j Chick flinger Carl Drake for 12 hits and seven runn. | Trailing 7-2 In the le-venth the Chlcki tent n men In ihe p l a t e and icorerl six nf (htm on lii.-l' thr«« hits Ahead- by one run the Fayttt4ville. forcw newed thlnes up in the «.l»hth wllh nine men solo bat and four nf them sror-. 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