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Oklahoma, Kansas Pack Bulk Of Power In Big Seven Jayhawks Have Top Backfield In Conference VICTORY NO. 17 Sooner* Blessed With Grtor Overall Depth Of Mater al Kansas Clty-(/P)-H's the Univer- iity of Kansas' versatile and tremendous backfitld corps versus the Oklahoma Sooner? overall class and squad power. That's the way the Big Seven I conference championship football ! race will shape up at kickoff time .' September 20. i The Colorado Buffaloes, second ; in the league last fall, again will j be strong darkhorse contenders. | Nebraska. Iowa State, Kansas I State and Missouri each figure to I have vastly improved outfits, but i rone appear of championship abil- | ity. I Kansas was the last team to so much as share a Big Seven crown with Oklahoma. The Jayhawks finished as co-champs in 1946 and again in 1947. Since that time Oklahoma hasn't lost--or tied--a single game to a Big Seven mem- ' ber. The Sooners have won "the last four banners in a breeze. Soonen Two Deep Coach Bud Wilkinson's Sooners will have two or more lettermen at every position. Several top stars, among them backs Billy Vessels and Merrill Green, were laid low by injuries in 1891. They are back in full gear for the new campaign. Oklahoma apoears solid from end to end. Tackles Hoger Nelson ISPORTS ··OfcTrlWfST ARKANSAS TIMES, Foyclttvilk Arkantm,. Friday, feprtmlMT 5, 1*S2 AIC Coaches Take Dim View | Yankees Dig Into Of Anfti-Subsidization Rule Memory Book For Reynolds Preserves Yankee Lead With Win Over Athletics, 12-2 Cardinals' Millet No Flash In Pan; Blanks Cubs Again By Tbe Associated Press Stu Miller, the recruit pitcher who wasn't good enough to make his high school baseball team, apparently is no flash in the pan as a major league pitcher. The 24-year-old righthander of the St. Louis Cardinals, brought up from the minor leagues less than a month ago, shut out the Chicago Cubs 1-0 on four hits Thursday night, just as he did In ' is malor league debut in Chicago August 12. Displaying a sharpe curve and baffling change of pace, Miller struck out seven and walked only four. He gave up only one hit for five innings, disposing of 17 of t' . first 18 to face him. The Cardinals scored their only run in the contest at Sportsman's nark.in the first inning on sin Lookouts One Game Short Of Dixie Pennant By CARL BELL Llttb Rock-WVThe men w h o should know best--the conches--] fear that Arkansas Intercollegiate, Conference football is going to I deteriorate greatly as a result of the league's new ban on subsiriiz-! ing athletes. j But the consensus of the m e n - ' tors in an Associated Press survey is that the decline in the calibre ol AIC play will not be immediate. Few feel the teams will be i or in the l u t u r c . much weaker this vcar. j J j m Crnflon of Stale Teachers Next year and in succeeding coinmcnterl: seasons, they say, not only the quality of football but a!so the attendance will drop off. People,do not like to sec nub bins and culls play," commented | scholarships in the AIC and very Head Coach Elmer Smith of the few of them could have gone AIC chanplon Southern State', elsewhere to plav." Mule Riders. j - : The reason few expect a noticeable change this season is t»t, while prohibiting the award n f , Bj The Associated |r« M Pitchers were the stars, -both on the mound and at the plate, last] iurUrtr'achoFa'ra'hlps', "thc~A!c"ru!e · night as Chattanooga got every- 1 permits member schools to con- 1 thlnj in readiness to hoist the tinue aiding athletes to whom ' Bcntnn snirl Mississippi schools still offering scholarships had got- I «f A« | ten football players t h a i otherwise i Lfllvll would have enrolled nl A. and M. j Coaches of the two Couv.'sy col- s Philadelphia - l/1'i - The New leges, which also led in the mnvr : York Ynnltecs apparently ran out t-i cut back athletic: programs, ] of N a t i o n a l Lrasuors ;ind dug v.-crc by themselves in sugficstinci . back inio their memory hook for that the anti-subsidy program . the club's newest replacement -- v.-on'l hurt the teams »t nil. ' Chnrles Ernest Keller. Ivan Grove of lle-ndrix .-.aid it ! And the -;;'hl of olil Charley, won't m a k e nny dilfen-nce now once one of the niosi feared slujr- gers in baseball. a tcrl like a shot of n d r r n n l i n on the Yankees. They walloped t h r Athletics nnd p i t r h - Inx ncc nnhhy Shantz last nijiht 12-2 w i t h ;n awesome display of power hitting. W h a t cio the Yankees want \vith K e l l e r ? The 34-yeflr-olcl f i e l d e r ' apparently hud outlived ills basc- in 1940, the summer lie u n d e r - 1 went an operation for n r u p t u r e d spinal r'Lsc Manager Cusry S t c n : "It is my opinion t h i t t the cal- ibre of play \.'ill not br affo-.'ted, as the hov.s tllM have been plny- AIC f o o t t j n l l wore offered Hardcastle To Lower Dickson Bowlers Southern Association pennant at Engel stadium. All that Is needed now to give in Atlanta defeat. Al Sfma, reliable workhorse for! commitments were made prior t o : this year. Smith, the must The "Drnvnlmvn Dickson Dowl; ins I.OfiRue" helrl ItF n n n u a l or- the Lookouts the championship is lnc mentor^ disagrees Sh" tte j ^""nen,TM DowUng one more Chattanooga victory o r j majority on the kind of football I £,£,, TM£ nlrht to expect this season. "I think the ban will greatly By RALPH ROIIKN Auccfale:! (Veil Snorts Writer A i l i c Reynolds ha.i achieve:! two of three feats » pitcher drcann about --a no-hit game and A World Series t r l u m n h . Today the 33-ynr-olri New York Yankees r U h t h n m l e r stnntlf » food o( r-illzlnx the third -- a rtnynold-. one of the name's best "money pitchers," turned- in his 17th uftory of the season Thur?.d;iv n l a h t as the Bombers whaled ihe IT out of Bobbv Shant7 and the Phlladelnhla Athlellcs. 12-2. i l.oncue ir.art over the Cleveland I lii'M-ns : The- Indians, behind Mike Gar- '·i.i. h.i'l turned back the Detroit TUcn. 2-0, In the afternoon. In o'hcr Barnes, Wiish'npton c*efeated Boston. 4-2, and St. Louis troun- Strirklanrl «insled homt Blrdi Tebbetts with an iniuranct run 1 the tevefith. (FIT Salllnt Former Yankee Duane Plllttt encountered easy lailint; in beat 'nt Ihr White Sox. Vie Wertz le r h n n r ' ihe Brov/ns to their first victor 20-win of the year in Chlcaeo by drl»in In four rum on his 22nd and 2Sr homers. The Dodders suffered their fin def"at In 15 meetinns with th Br'ven In losing the night gam at Boston. Rrooklyn-born Sir) Om don nineler) home Johnny Logi frnm third base with two out 1 the 11th to win the game. Monte Irvln singled with th base* loaded and one out to .-$iv Ihr Giants the nod over the Rilli fle'lff pitcher Al Corwln Jingle to launch the winning rally. -Th triumph was Corwln's fdurt without a loss. . Stu Miller, sensational Cardln ·I rookie riihthander, turned I his second shutout over CMeag In three week« undef the tlf rrb I the Lookouts, chalked up his 24th i atfecl football this fall,' he said. victory against nine defeats by I Forrest England of Arkans; taming Memphis, 4-3, on eight hits. The steady southnaw, who has v.-on more games than any State believes that after this year the quality of play will be "way down." A similar opinion was ex- i Capt. L. V. Hardcastle was named president. Cy Carney, Jr., vice president, SRt. .Inseph Donato, secretary and Bill Graue, treasurer. League playing ru'.os were and Ed Rowland and center Tom «ies by Red Schoendlenst, Stan setting down the last 11 batters in are r-nected to make strong | Musial and Enos Slaughter. War- i order. I ren Hacker and Dutch Leonard | The Vols picked up three more held the Redbirds to five hits, but i double plays, bringing their total | that first inning run was enough I to 219 for the season. The old sea-' other hurler in the league, struck j pressed by Jim Benton of Arknn- ' adopted by the participating mem- out five and walked three. | sas A. and M.--"if the ban is j bers: Wheeler's Drive-In. Hob- Nashville pitcher Fred SherkePs, continued In the AIC and schools I Nob Liquors, G. W. Shirley and ninth inning single drove in the I outside the conference keep sub-! Son, O. K. Taxi, Acme Typewrit- run that gave the Vols a 3-2 tri- | sidizing." ' or and Irwin Jewelry, umph over Little Rock. Sherkel I gave up 10 hits in winning: his third game, but finished strong. RCl supplied the answer: , Brnol! , yn ., Na ,| onn , Lcnl , l , e , d . "Chnrlcy looked pretty good i viinracjc wns ulirerl to seven i-nrnes, working out w i t h us mid we can ,,,, , hc rjodTcri dropped « 6-3, I t - 1 St. Louis. The Cards nickeci War use annlhcr plnchhitter. You nsv. , inning decision to Rotton while 1 re" Haoker for the game's eiil the runner-no New York OianUiiin In the first Inninr on single distuned- of P h l l n r t P l n h l a . 4-3. also in ll- ; nnlni;.v bBck Chicnitn. humilint"d Pittsburgh, 7-2 Th« Yanks held to nne hit by th" A's n a r r v [ivrrt Wednesday n l q h l , ripped S h n n t / and Kd Wright for 13 hits while Hey- nol^'s permitted but rittht blows. C-.T-Hn recorded his I R t h victory foi Cleveland in h l u n k i n s Df- troit for five hit*. Luke Easter's 2!th iiorne run of the season In cr cnn tell, maybe he'll delivc one t h n t could mean a to! to u^." How docs Charley (eel nbout being a Yankee for the second 4 l m c ? "There's nothing 1 like It," he wild, ns he ran his hands over the letters "New York" spread over his massive chest. "I feel fine, and I rcnliy t h i n k 1 can help Casey nnd tho boys. The old power Is still there." bv Red Si-''oendlenit. Stan MlUil St. Louis turned j and Enrrt Slaughter, _ : 1-fl. pnd C i n c i n n a t i i * """' Keesi «· «Wi U ·he TIMCH ·!). BOWL FOR HEALTH Benton Bowline Lane*--Adv. l| ·.('·· In lh» TIMVN -II r-aTK the fourth Inning off Bill Wight w.is all Garcia needed. George EVERYTHING M mmm FAYITTIVILLI IRON and METAL CO. AVI. races for All-America honors. T'-e Kansas Jaynawks likely will have one of t*R better offensive games of the midlands. Coac'' Jules Verne Rikes says he should have no problem in fielding two maior l»ague attacking backfield units. Ex-Army SUr Fits Gilbert Reich. 185 p o u n d senior from Steeltown, Pa., a former Army star, is fitting perfectly i"to the ouarterback slot of Kansas starting t»am. Jerry Robertson, of Dallas. Texas, will share t"-e quarterbacklng doing most of his work when the . Jayhawks strike by air. He nassed T.C.U 1 . into submission. 27-13. last season. Kansas will offer great running backs in Charlie Hoae. Bob Bran- d?b«!rry, Bud Lsughlin and four or five others. Fo crowded is t h » b^ckfield in first class material t*at coach Sikes has moved a veteran' ouarterback^Terry Bogue-- ur to offensive end Oi'ver Soencer, second team · All-America offensive tackle last r-ison. will soark the Knsa* line. F-ierience at center and ends are S'kcs main worries. Coac* rialls'S Ward of Colorado, who wi'l he the only single win* operator In the loon this year, is ejected to show a noverfi'l run- r ^r jttack and a sturdy H.efenr". Carroll Hardy, a sonMmo'-e. "On 1 '! r-nve top hand at the halfback El"'. Nebraska evnects to have h»"- hck Bobbv HevnnWs in bis A'i- Amcrica form of 1350 and if Bob- I b v can recall t^'-t status a'ter j son record was 20ft twin-killings set by the 1940 Vols. New Orleans righthander Ed Wolfe drove in four runs with a double and triple to pace the Pels to a 12-3 victory over Birmingham Atlanta batters got the range on five Mobile pitchers and turned 18 hits Into a I2-S victory. How They Stand Miller's fourth victory to with two defeats since he joined the Cards. Middlecoff To Be On Hand For King Cotton Tournament Blytheville, Ark. - (JP) - °'y'.he- ville country club officials in charge of the King Cotton Golf Tournament, announced h e r e early today that Cary Middlecoff, Memphis dentist turned pro, would compete in the tournament. Up until last night it was unknown whether Middlecoff would ' Thursday's Results play, but club officials were in- I New York 12 Philadelphia formed that he would. He is being ! (night) treated for a kidney ailment and I Cleveland 2 Detroit 0 St. Louis 8 Chicago 0 Washington 4 Boston 2 (night) AMERICAN LEAGUE W L New York 80 Cleveland 78 Chicago 70 Washington 71 Boston 69 Philadelphia 70 St. Louis 58 Detroit 44 55 58 63 64 63 64 79 90 Three Solid Hours Of Entertainment SEE YOUR FEED, HATCHERY OR REMEDY DEALER FOR FREE TICKETS Pet. .593 .567 .526 .526 .523 .522 .415 | .3281 said he would only take Dart if his doctor gave his approval. The first wave of more than 90 competitors was to take off at 8:30 this mornins in the qualifying rounds for the 54-hole tournament. The Blytheville Country club course is 6,700-yards with a par of 72. Tournament winning pro will receive S350 of the $1,250 in prize money and the top amateur will receive a silver cup and golfing equipment. Harold Williams of Tuscaloosa, most of last Tason be- j Ala., is the defending' pro chamn. c""-e of iniur!e«. the rornhuskcrs v .nj bp mir" than iust tou"K r^nch B ! 'l Olassford evnects bi« t""m to 'mnrove on its "*1 record o* one victory and one tie in ten and Arthur McDonald of Memphis will defend the amateur title he won last year. Other top-flight pros nnd amateurs who have entered Include oro Andy Cusick of Little Rock, oro Red Wiley of Terre Haute, Tnd.. Arkansas poen chamnion Barney Osment of Jonesboro: for- NATIONAL LEAGUE W L 45 52 57 60 70 75 74 97 Pet. .651 .397 .571 .545 .489 .440 .435 .287 C?achc" Don Faumt of Missouri and Bill'Meek of Kansas _State. both using freshmen dominated sonads last fall, should come nn | mer State Amateur, chamn .'o'lnny with better teams. Faurot send* i Busick of Jonesboro. and Maurice bis Missourlans against Maryland j Koeppen of St. Louis, and California on successive Sat- j · ·-·· -- vrrlays before meeting Kansas State in the conference. T h »n the Tke'-s. t?ke. nn S.M.IT.. If f-ey survive fie first month of play t^ey should cet tough. TXHov's Market-- St. Louis Livestock National Stockvards, 111. - I/Pi (USDA) - Hogs 7,500: very irregular trade; barrows and gilts over To AM Power Bill Rowekamn. ex-Armv ""d. is e-nccted to add nower to Misso"n's attack us a 'u'ibnck. Kansas State h?H a gr"nt de- 75 lower; stags 1.00 lower; boars fpns'vo back in Vervl Switzer. 2.00 lower; bulk choice 190-230 so-nnrf tram All-America ''cf'-n-'- Ibs one price 20.00: about three 'f,' f f , co---omnr«. last full. He'll i 'on^ ?O.IO early; late top 18.75, onerate on the offense th 1 - »W I but onl y few » l o r '«: most lots A " stuber \ Iowa State ^ : 210-270 Ibs 19.00-75; few 280-325 bi.iMin- an serial Tsm« TO'md I Ibs 17.25-18.25; choice 150-170 Ibs D'ck Man", the league's leading : 1B.OO-18.25: 120-140 Ibs 13.00-15.- pas"r In IS?'. Al! of the Big Seven teams ex- ceot Oklahoma o*en. heir schedules Sent"mber P.O. Kansas will pTav T.C.U. at Lawrenc-: Colorado meets San -Tose Slate at HouMer: Iowa State iakef Brooklyn 84 New York 77 St. Louis 78 ·Philadelphia 72 Chicago 66 Cincinnati 59 Boston 57 Pittsburgh ,, _ 39 Thiintar's Results Boston ( Brooklyn 5 (night, 11- innings) New York 4 Philadelphia 3 (11- innings) St. Louis 1 Chicago 0 (night) Cincinnati 7 Pittsburgh '2 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION L Pet. Chattanooga 83 Atlanta 80 New Orleans . 80 Moble 77 Memphis 77 Nashville 73 Little Rock 67 Birmingham . _ 61 Thursday's Results Atlanta 10, Mobile 3 New Orleans 12, Birmingham 3 Chattanooga 4, Memphis 3 Nashville 3, Little Rock 2 6S S3 71 73 74 76 82 561 .537 .530 .513 .510 .490 .450 .409 25; small lots lighter pigs 11.0014.00; boars 8.50-13.50. Cattle 830, calves BOO: trading dull on all classes; some steers and heifers about steady and a few opening sales of cows near Sou*h DAota Stai" at Amcf: Nebraska p'avs South riakota "ni- ver«i»v at T,inc 0 ]n: Kaiws State t^ntfea with ^radlev at Manhattan, and Missouri entertains Maryland at Columbia. Oklahoma starts with a conference encounter at Colorado September 27. with big packers bidding unevenly lower; bulls 25 or more lower; ve?lers steady; small lots commercial and irood steers and heifers 24.00-28.50: individual ! choice steers to 33.00: utility and ! commercial cows 17.00-19.00; canners and cutters 13.00-17.00; some light shells 12.00 anrt below; utility and commercsl bulls 18.00-23.- r ,'od: cutter bulls H.50-17.50; good ' and choice ve.ilers 2(1.00-32.00; few sorted prime to 34.00; utility and commercial vcalers 18.00-25.00; h"«vler slaughter calves very slow. Sheen 1,000: only about 600 heart In early with mostly utility to choice and prime 28.30; bulk f«ad to prime lots moderttely sorted 28.00-28.00; few mtrelv gcxxt 23.00-25.00; scattered Inti utility trade downward to 20.00 and below; fe*d*n naylnf 17,00, mostly 11.00 far cull ta utility throwAutt: itrilfht culll U.00.15.00; stntral trade itftdy; cull to food iliufh* ter ewn 4JO-6.50 I New York Parade New York -/Pl- Some 3.000 marching mailmen won a Fifth Avenue corwd's stamp ol aoproval yesterday as they celebrated the 38th biennial convention of the AFL National Association of Letter Carriers. A 33-b'ock parade was enlivened with floats, bands and banners. One of the latter, featuring t revolving world, advised: " Y o u ! write. We'll deliver." \ THE ARKANSAS POULTRY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION TAKES PLEASURE IN INVITING YOU TO SEE AND HEAR YOUR FAVORITE STARS IN PERSON ·SISSiSSB The Trumpeteers ^rrt The Police Quartet Z^^^ The Melody Boys !^J7^^ -ALSO FEATURING- Ibe premiere Arkansas showing of the outstanding poultry film in glowing lerJinkoior "PROJECTING POULTRY PROFITS" CAW PAID FOB DEAD ANNALS HHSM =eD«rt Ull Par^MTtU*. Arkansas Joplin K«n4*rin« C». CHICK SPECIAL 8c toeh NCAVT MIZCD ARKANSAS 'TO BE HELD AT* R O G E R S HIGH ITORIUM IN ROGERS, ARKANSAS BEGINNING AT 7:00 P.M. Tuesday, September 9th -SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION- MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT BY NORTHWEST ARKANSAS' OWN MOONLIT VALLEY BOYS

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