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   Camden News, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1951, Stephens, Arkansas                              With wo He crown ttn W B iftTTiifti the game with Arttnsag col tjJonW In the With a senatorial foe ward opson averting nearly a point and a half a minute while He Boys downed Techs home court Russellvillev AiCa leading played scored Ml Ouaohltas decil second In AtO tcoringf accounted for i more thart half his teams He played the ehtlrd game A Arkansas which upset Tech last week couldnt repeat against Arkansas the AICs second place teani State beat the at Arkansas wee vils ran their winning streak to five a 5145 victory overMendrix at In Southern state defeated at andArkahsas college beat LiUle at Llttlir two Tmmsli 62 New FtYiOMI So far only four tMltisV Officially are to the basket ball bUt two ibayton arkr report lW to bra jfar tha Madison Square Oarderf March last has accepted a rce for its in r Carey Belolt said his school Wivofff red a berth The night that D bid but formatipn At the ftn fur mm were Iht ind to dig into ftt Sellout just as Jar he Mogaft sordid gitt As of there are 12 players or former players at four local accused of bribery to fix a tola of 15 fAniea oVer three sea including the current TWO Of Ml CCNV and Long Island now have abandoned further b a s kelball gamed this consid Others uft Sb Clh with preference ifl ftttWi in the Johns of Una efed a der cohslrffitall Villa Syracuse tut MOAA from some X1 it f One is the only team so far cOKHrrtitted to play in both tournament Arizona accept M an MIT automatically cinched ati by winning the Border cdnfeffentje Three others about to join Ari zona Jn A try of cham pionship won Iflst sea son are BHgham Y6utigr Johns and North Carolina 1 Johns is filmost certain choice far one of tht four eastern NCAA spots held open for inde pendent Brigham Young doesnt have far to go to clinch the Skyline conference title and the NCAA bid that with the soutl ern title still must Win the confer ence postseason tournament to go to the NCAA but this Wolfpack is a huge Kentucky and Kansas State are the only other teams to make the NCAA so far Via the Southeastern and Big Seven RxScondal Claims Another New Feb College of New thei cin derella national championof last has canceMd ing basketball games as collegiate sports greatest scandal snared still another the twelfth in five The latest on charges of taking bribes Floya 22yearold CONY co Layne vowed last week to carry on for his alma mater after three of his teammates were arrested or dumping District Attorney Frank Hogan added an ironic twist to the scandal last night when he an nounced that Layne admitted shar ing the fixes of three games with his already accused Hogans statement came as the climax of a day of fast develop ments in the basketball bribery It followed by only a few hours an announcement by CCNY officials that the school would piay no more cage contests this sea Another of the Manhat tan ftrinouhced yesterday that Its officials were studying the future of basketball TWo Manhattan college players and thrfee other persons were in dicted 2 on bribery Authorities said the two players ad mitted fixing three games last sea Manhattans last game this sea son was to have been tomorrow against fhe other CCNY game cancelled by mat schools decision was scheduled for March 6 against New York the fourth school caught in the Long Island had announced abandonment of all intercollegiate but later Said this stand might be In announcing taynes Mogan said the Negro CCNY play er admitted receiving in bribes to fix games hire against Missouri Arizona and Boston College Thdse are same games that three other CCNY players Ed ted and Al Roth are said to have admitted fix ARNOLD AllAmerican quarterback and forward pASsJHg ace of still has a good right Now an Army lieutenant in Gatiffa recently tossed a grenade some 75 yards to help wipe out a group of Reds attacking his rtettes By CARL BELL Littl Febi 28 One might well wonder if Jim who hasled Little Rock Junior college to Its best basket ball record it resumed the sport after World War isnt in lihe for a Job at a larger John whose 1950 Trojans wort only one was promoted to Texas which has clinched at least a tie for the southwest conference Presley was hired by LRJC before Floyd was lured to the University of Ar There Askew produced a cochamplon his first Beardens team has won seven of 15 AIC Sepaking of thers a re iiiiiineM t I HfnWMi through Hewa you oua Gymfoam washing Get YOUR new Maytag today m USE HARDWICKS EASY TERMS FURNiiyim w PuMk t r x i I liable report that Joe Dildy is on his way out as grid boss at Hot Springs high assistant Bud former state teachers arid of can have the job if he wants It and will take It can be The Arkansas athletic associa tion will announce in Sundays newspapers the faculty for its 1951 coaching the lineup will be different but just as good as those of recent years which have brought In football coaches Frank Bobby Matty Bell and Herman Hlckman and cage masters Clair Hank Iba and Adolph the southern In twd at the the ailmentheckled Waller has appeared Ih ofily two games and stored but four Little March sidering the Arkansas simply staltca winning too late in the Southwest cBnferefice basket ball jet the Idea that 15day practice penalty slapped on them hurt after You may recall that the cdrifcfence made ihe Porkers wait 15 days longer than other member teams to be gin practice as a reprimand for having permitted sortie freshmen players to Compete in an AAU tournament last This on top of all the and what could you expect of Presley Askews crew Close observers of springfool ball practice at the of say Tommy the Eagle quarterback whos Helping the Porker Is doing a tre mendous job with the quarter Thats where the big gest job is the report has the signal callers thinking just like he wants them Overlooked in most accounts of the long series of injuries to cagers has been Dudcly Waller Wartime manpower p r o b lems must be worrying grid Master Frosty England of Arkansas He issued a call for everyone who can walk or crawl to re port for spring Owen Herbert Anderton has promised that the Hot Springs Bathers will carry on in the Cotton States league this year although young players may be mighty Pine Bluff high school is well M ftt f to AfRtttaal fS rtll for Are ing steadily wHt put terned After Tom fitale fish commission who has regular radio show on out door has been tryinghis hand as a disc Jockey on the program Hillbilly Mot Springs High school used a twoplatoon system in winning the Big Six high school basketball Coach Me McCauley feels he has one of the strongest benches in the Sports RoundUp f iiy Mtmiur nost Far Math New What amazes many Broadway sharpies Is how the basketball fixers were able to spread so much money on the dumped Book makers Usually can spot queer betting In a couple Of Too much betting one team sends the odds Ac covding to it takes only about fo minutes to spread the word from coast to Take the telephones away from i and youll put an end to big If the small bookmaker cant a fone and lay some of his bets with bigger bookmakers he wont dare take too many bets lion moiWy I tidti ihihte WB beeh going ttje by scvcrnl us belnt tj breedlhjj tot ttWt tMl the catftkllls Claim Just llkb the fix cases and just like in cycry few rotten dreds of ahd Am all we met We meih ingon as bus aihlet Aiid wh we of Lt salle Don Eby of smitHeru Call fornla Bob of fcVansVilll Al fiallcy Wechslet Duquesnc itoy Hear don And Jfm Luisi of Francis Johnny Furlorig Jim Fritschc and of About is nlol bunch of boys you want to For niosi til it was a first visit to Every orie of them but they all enjoyed Why Because everyone of them was a basketball EVery spare minute they they ticed among themselves cement And they got a kick out of playing meet ing other stars of whdm had reatf but never had Almost Itids wants to come back and were willing tp wager that n6t one of theni earned more than In 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