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The Daily Chronicle, Saturday, Octpber 20, 1956 Chehalis Bearcats Roll To 18-0 Win Over Elma's Eagles J Washington Prep Football By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Seattle Prep 7, Bellingham 0 Walla Walla 25, Kennewick 0 DEFENSIVE TEAM MEMBERS for (he Chehalis Bearcats watch action on Cascade field during" the game ujlh Elma Friday Might and await the word from tlicir coach, Rod Giske, standing, to go into action. Chehalis took the Central league game with an 18-0 score. Players above, from left: Jon Holmquist, Barry Culmback, Perry Johnson and Dan Long. 1( was questionable whether Culinback, who pulled muscles in practice last week, would see action Friday, bui he was well enough to enter the game for a limited time. Giske received more good news Friday with announcement t h a t Paul Haas, who suffered a broken wrist at the start of tbe season, would be able to return to action next week. Haas, a senior is a tackle on the Bearcat team. -- Chronicle StafI Photo. FOOTBALL Seattle Prep Downs Bellingham In Top State High School Upset By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS of Tacoma and Anacorles anxious undoubtedly will get more alien- Although elecliori day is still alto step up. I lion in the ratings. Shelton ilncolh 13, Bellarmine 1 (both Ta-;coup!e of weeks away, the Seattle| Prep's shocker was the major RookrK V- Aeain coma? Prep Panthers have decided it'slrevcrsal of the day. althoush pre-j casMp Rock \o coma? Anacorles 20, Arlington 0 |"lime for a change." Roosevelt 7, Ballard 7 (lie) (both' The aroused Prepslers Seattle) .incoin 6, Franklin 6 (lie) (both Seattle) · ' akeside 13, Blanchel 12 'ullrnan 46, 'oses Lake 13 outh Kitsap. 31, Bainbridge 0 forth Thurston 13, Raymond 0 ihelton 13, Montesano 0 , ·. Zillah 19, Kiona-Benton 7 Woxee 18, Go!denda!e 0 Yaklma 20, Sunnyside 0 'rosser 19, Wapato 0 ifarquetle 39, Highland 0 Sllensburg 34, Grandview 0 Selah 14, Topptnish 6 Caslle Rock, No. one, continued I . . , * * ; o n a u c tvuio.. iiu. u n t , tviiii.nm,u TM,II.H «.'£" V nbea ' en Bal ' a jd, ranked jt s wlnni ng ways by disposing of puiJediSth in the poll, was held to a 7-7,'sfevpnson 32-0 Chelan Nn 2 one of the big upsets of the high tie by Roosevelt In a Seattle City^milS class A Colville school football season Friday League contest. ! ci r,, r , n \,^ -a* i ,,,,* night by topp'.ing Bellingham, 7-0. performed as expected. Bellingham. was the No. 1' team! Walla Walla, No. 2, in the latest Associated Press poll. First Loss For Bells It was the Red Raiders' first loss o f , the season and only the :st. Patrick's No. 3, swamped IWaiLsburg, 46-7, and Toledo, No. . trounced!5. kept pace with a 14-6 taming Kennewfck, 25-0; Lincoln (Taco-!of Woodland, ma) No 3, handed Bellarmine! Forks remained unbeaten, -al- Anacort , season ' 13 '. 7; |lhough once-tied, by turning back . a d been badly manhandled in (four of their five previous outings. Cle Elum V, West Valley (Yaki- Arlington; Everett, No. swamped Wesl Bremerton, 33-0;! ma) 6 Yelm 19, Vashon 0 27, White River 7 ? ranklin Pierce 18, Sumner 0 Olympia 14, Stadium 6 Eat,onville 12, Bethel 7 Cheney 20, Deer Park 0 Central Valley (Spokane) 13, Coeur d'Alene (Idaho) 12 Pasco 28, Naches 1 St. Patrick's (Walla Walla) 46,: Wai Is burg 7 Bothell 19, Bellevue 12 Federal Way 1, Issaquah 6 Foster 13, Mercer Island 13 (tie) Lake Washington 28, Mount Si 6 Castle Rock 32, Stevenson 0 Forks 26, Sequim 0 Kelso 26, Fort Vancouver 6 The winning touchdown came o n j an intercepted pass, but Ihe 'vic-hn the Pugel Sound League by^m'* tory was no fluke. Bellingham topping Renton, No. 10, 21-14, and',j 47 Pullman, No. 9 and the winning- ' est team in the slate, made it Individual standouts were plenti- il, but it would be hard to tot STANDINGS CENTRA!, LEAGUE W L T tit. 4 0 0 3 0 2 0 1 5 1 3 0 2 1 3 0 2 * 1 2 0 2 0 4 0 0 CHEHALIS SI. Martin's Montesano Elma N. Thurslon Raymond Friday's Results Chehalls 18, Elma 0 ' Shellon 13, Montesano 0 Norlh Thurslon 13, Raymond 0 Games Friday Chehalis at N. Thurslon Raymond at Montesano St. Mrrtin's at Elma Shellon at -N. Kifsap never got deeper than Prep's 25 yard line while the Panthers lost of and running Rock le for 83 over two on the AP pol w h such chal-shaken up somewhat" by fourlh-jrunning back a punt for 42 and l|en E ers as Wa "a Walla, Lmcolnlranked Ilwaco's 18-0 loss to Val-'a kickoff for 50 yards Chehalis 18, ^Ima 0 Bearcats' New Siamese-T Play Ruled Illegal by Game Officials A long-awaited "Siamese-T offense" formation fielded by Chehalis against the Elma Mead"34? Newport 19 Eagles Friday night on Cascade field w«s blocked 'and thrown for a five-yard loss byjclarkstori 52, Wallace I action of the referees, but that didn't stop the Bearcats from overpowering the Eagles forjClover Park 21, Renton 14 an 18-0 Central league win. JEnumclaw 31, Auburn 0 Actually, the new play proved a good ground gainer in the two downs in which itJEphrata 33' EaT/mont^Z ·d--netting a total of 12 yards for the Bearcats--5 and 7 respectively, when it was'cashmere 19, Othello 13 Toledo's Indians Edge!Randle Rapped Woodland Team, 14-6By Rochester tEWIS COUNTY LEAGUE W L T Pts. Toledo 5 0 0 10 TOLEDO -- Proving their vet- satility for winning in any league, the Toledo Indians handed the Port Angeles 40, Central Kitsap 6jWoodland Beavers a H-6 deteat · in a non-league tilt played here West Valley (Spokane) 12, Mos- Friday night, cow (Idaho) 6 Woodland is entered in corope- Rogers 20, North Central 13 (both titlon in tne Trlco league . Woodland's only score of the game came with just a few .minutes remaining in the first quarter as Dan Woodward .passed 12 yards to Marvin Brown, There was no conversion. In Ihe statistics department, iToledo gained 198 yards on the Friday's game was decided ln|tround and 120 through the air- Uie first quarter, with neitherjways, for a total net gain of 286 (Idaho) 0 [eam able period. was use unveiled midway through the third quarter. It was after the second "Siam- . . _ ese" play had been run and the ol the formation, but, on checking Bearcats had deceptively throw n (through the rule books could find game he was going to use the by handing off the ball to Brian play. They questioned the legalityISIapp who ran 21 yards and into - Manson 27, OmaSc 20 Okanogan 40, Brewster 7 Tonasket 19, Oroville 7 to score after thatlyards. HANDLE--The visiting Rochester Warriors, proved poor guests here Fridav night as they handed the host White Pass Panthers a *5-D setback in Lewvs county league Play. The «-jn for Rochester'advanced the Warriors a notch to fifth place in the league standings. The Warriors edged Onalaska out of the Mossyrock Pe Ell Rochester Woodland totaled i43 yards or. the Eagles into utter confusion that the ret dropped his red hankie on the field and called a halt to the fun. Bearcats Penalized The official signaled a penalty for illegal procedure and stepped off five yards against Chehalis Figuring they couldn't afford any no ruling,, against it. The officials, however, maintained their view that it must, somehow, be illegal. Giske Protests "I don't think the formation is illegal," Giske commented, "and I intend to use it again. I'll double check the play, and if, for some reason it is found not legal, I'll more of that type of negative (modify it (o make it legal, ground-gaining, the Bearcats shifl-l "What difference is there the -nd zone. The officials, however, ruled Stapp had steppedi c h e l a n 33 '5° 0lville ' 6 out-of-bounds before he eot to Leavenivorth 26.- Enti Toledo, currently the top-seeded l , he grou " d and 13 through the air entry in the Lewis county league, f" a ° et gam of 185 yards. To- - - - J 'ledo attempted 15 passes and Completed 5, while Woodland made 5 out of' 18 pass attempts. Toledo rolled to 10 first downs in the game, while Woodland got proved to be in the best of form! on the home field. Alan Eddy ran 17 yards with the ball to score Toledo's first out-of-bounds before he got to Ihe end zone and called the touchdown off. Jim Ferrier had gained 27 yards with the ball before Stapp's run. The Bearcats scored when quarterback Larry Deskins hit Ferrier with an aerial that Winlock 32, Onalaska 6 . .Mossy-rock 53, Pe Ell 15 again, iRlx , hester 45| Rand)e 0 ed back to their standard single wing. A Siamese offense, which is more properly a "Siamese-T" consists of placing two quarterbacks behind the center. The opposition is kept on edge, not knowing which ons will take the pass from center. After the game, Chehalis coach Rod Giske, who devised the formation, said he had told the of- ficiats before the start of the puKing two quarterbacks up (chores in the third and connect- against the cenier in the "Siam- ed with teammate Lambert; whose ese" than maintaining a wingback. romp made the pass good for 54 a yard, away from the line iiv thelyards. That play was the topper single wing," Giske argued. '" -- °" '·--' " ' ---- 'With or without the controversial "Siamese," the Bearcats had lit- SPORT BRIEFS was good for 31 yards. The score '· er( j een 7 came late in the second quarter. | Valley 1B _ Jlwaco 0 · j Schwarz took over passing !,Tillamook (Ore.) 13, B a t t l e ; 19, Grand Coulee 12 touchdown. 1 The conversion was made on a pass play from Loren Bowen to Arland Lyons. Toledo's second TD came a few minutes later in exactly tbe same manner as the first conversion had been scored. Lyons snagged a Bowen pass and ran it 79 yards to score. The converting point was made on a pass from Bowen to John Barnes. -Entiat 24 Winthrop 34, Waterville 6 Horjuiam 26, Centralia 14 Toledo 14, Woodland 6 Hudson's Bay (Vancouver) -12, Ab- Roc:;:;:er's scoring was as de- pt.:J-!b!e as the weather Friday, as the Warriors grabbed two IT/'s in each of the first three quarters anri a single -- In the fourth. In the first, Mel Fabick ran 11 '' up the middle slot for the first touchdown. · Minutes later Toledo punted four times, for Sf 'hc-nT ^"^M'nf an average gain, of 21 yards per punt. iWoodland punted six times, and averaged 34 yards per kick Toledo will be at Morton for a Lewis county league game next Friday. The score by quarters: Toledo Woodland 14 0 6 0 0 0--14 0 0 - 6 tie difficulty in subduing theiEafles Threaten 10 an 85-yard Bearcat march to pay dirt. None of the Chehalis conversion attempts w-as good. Eagles.and maintaining their sec- Eagles looked sure to And lalc ln t h e game with Ron Butz only leam fo push P. touchdown through the tough Chehalis l'ne Friday night, the Bearcats pick; ed up touchdowns in the first, second and third quarters and then, The Bearcats held firm in the face of the invasion. Stapp's sharp .ackle of Evans that threw him ior a two-yard loss proved the back-breaker in keeping Elma from a score. Ground 6 Long-view 20, Camas 6 Ridgefield 24, White Salmon 20 Kalama 39, La Center 20 Peninsula 32, Orting 6 Twin City 26, Granite Falls 6 Rainier (Ore.) 6, Evergreen 0 Everett 33, West Bremerton 0 Sedro Woolley 18, Snohomish 14 Lake Stevens 13, Marysville 10 Furlington 28, Mt. Vernon 15 Monroe . Oak.Harbor 0 (tie) . South Kilsap 31, Bainbridge North Kitsap 19, Port, Townsend 13 East, Bremerton 28, Shoreline nmn - unmng out ln By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS witn the BASEBALL .fourth, held the Eagles on WASHINGTON, r C. - Tne |Cheha]is two-yard line Senators decided-not to m o v ei Bearcat5 Score their American League franchise!' The first to another city. jcame with j GOLF ·· \' D S 'n the f OCEAN SPRINGS. Miss.--\Tn-vl ard P ass fr om COLLEGE FOOTBALL (Friday) Giske said he was disappointed Mian " p l- 7, Georgia 7 (tie) the performance of his team: Geor S e Washington 40,' Virginia , 'he Friday night. He added, however,! Military 14 that if any player on Ihe Cheha- Denver 40, Colorado College 21 lis leam would be singled out for - Mills, Gulfport, Miss. in the Baffle end arz 1 0 ! Nol .,h Thurston in ° " £""*. ** Bearcats meet . _ __ won the Gulf Coast Women's tour- zone ' Minu( es earlier, the """ ~" ----- ' nament 7 and 6 over Mrs. Sam Byrd of Birmingham, Ala. RACING LEXINGTON, Ky. - DoubJe- dogdare (S7) scored a iy length victory over Queen Hopeful in the first, running of Keenland's Spinster Stakes. CAMDEN, N.J. - Willia Shoe,maker scored with Take N ·! t e (*10 in the Garden state feature but Willie Hartack had t»:o winning mounts and tied him ior national riding honors at 309-- Tom- lily Root, 18-year-olri apprentice rode four winners. cats climaxed 70 yard march 'Blazers Ready For Homecoming Centralia's Junior College rrailblarers will host the Grays :iarbor JC Chokers in a home- :oming game at Noble field at 5 p.m., tonight. The 'Blazers looking for their.first win this season, face a tough team in :he rhofcr-^ *'--\ have on; of the top-ranked JC backfielcs in the a game a Lacey. The game will probably be an afternoon encounter. The Yardstick: Chehalis E | ma 110 79 24 165 171 Yards Gained Rushing 129 Yards Gained Passin 10 Yards Lost 290 Net Yards Gained 10 First Downs 12 Passes Attempted 14 6_ Passes Completed 5 1" Passes Intercepted by o 3 Number of Punts 7 35 Avg. Distance Punts 27 0 Own Fumbles Recovered 0 0 Opp. Fumbles Recovered 1 3 Number of Penalties 2 15 Total .Yards Penalized · 10 Wofford 23, The Citadel 19 Baker (Ksn.l 47, Bethany (Kan) 6 St. Thomas (Minn) 14, Gustavus Adolphus 0 Western Illinois 34, Northern Illinois 6 Mayville (ND) 13, Bottineau Forestry 0 Northwest Missouri 20, Southeast Missouri 7 Chattanooga 28, Abilent Christian 20 · · Centre 26, Georgetown (Ky) 7 Central Iowa 34, Buena Vista 6 Fairmont (WV») 27, Salem (WVa) 6 Milton 20, Concordia (Elver Forest, 111) 7 ·4KVET (MOOSE) MATZ, Centrtil* bowman; ** home (hh wetk with the distinction of ··« ·* Ike rlrit eevea or tlfht hunters to a mMW with a baw anrt arrow on the Aireric»» cenllMnl, Mill jot the hull y/*k,kl»i »b»vt, Bear B. C. The moose was brouithl down by Mati wilh one arrow, fired at a range n( about K yards. Down in less than three minutes, the moose was able to travel only about 256 yards. Mali used a 55-pound tost bow and (lass arrow wiU Jtt Ace bmdieaa to drop tic moo*. Tenino Tops Morton, 12-0 MORTON -- Tenino's Beavers bogged down in the mud at Moron's Jubilee field here Friday| night, but managed to'shake their shoes to a 12-0 win over the home- own Huskies. The victory gave Tenino its second Lewis County win and a sixth-place .tie with Onalaska with a 2-3-0 season' mark.' Toledo eads the league with a 5-0 record. The Huskies' defense, aided by the mud which was shoe-top deep on many parts of the field, held he Beavers almost to a standstill. Coach Bill Fowler's boys were Up ior the game and would have been tough, mud or no mud. Tenino's Doug Sampson culminated the Beavers' only sustained drive in the game when he went [5 yards around left end to score n the first period. That 6-Q score was good for the entire firsl half as the two squads slogged it out at midfield the rest of the way. In the third period, Sampson jot away with a punt return, taking it back 60 yards to score the second Beaver TD. Both 'conversions failed . . . leaving the score at its final 12-0 count. Don Ash, Tenino quarterback, prossed into Ihe Morton end zone in the third period on a keeper piay, but it was called back on a .clipping penalty. Morton did not advance beyond the Beaver 30. Next week, Morton hosts Toledo while Tenino draws « bye. Scoring by quarters: Tenino 6 0 S 0--12 i Morion 0 0 0 0-- ol Winlock's Cards Clip Loggers in 32-6 Tilt ONALASKA -- Winlock's Cardinals displayed their new-found strength for Onalaska fans here Friday, night, tipping the host Logger eleven, 32-6, in a Lewis County league game. The Cards moved into second place In the league with the win, now posting four wins and a tie . just behind Toledo which has five wins. With the Friday victory, the .Redbirds kept alive their chances for league honors, with their crack at Toledo coming tht last game of the season, Nov. 9, at Toledo. The Birds rolled for two quick TDs in the opening period, scored on a 10-yard pass from Joe Arth to Jim Legal and a 10-yard end run by Dave Mann. Arth's kick for the extra point was good after the first score to give the Cards a 13-0 lead at the quarter. Winlock racked up one more score in the first hall when Mann broke out on his own 35, skipped, to the sidelines and went 65 yards'iWinlock to score. The buck for the con-lonalaska version failed .). . leaving Winlock in front, 19-0 at the half. It was Mann again in the third period. This time he rambled 49 yards to score. Mann figured in Winlock's last TD in the. final period when'he took a short-pass from quarterback Arth for the final Winlock talley. He topped it off with a right end · run for the extra point . . . and a 32-0 score. Onalaska's tally came in the fourth period when Fred Hartman scooted 27 yards around his left end to score and bring the final count !o 32-6, Winlock. Roger Jones, who carried most of the mail for Onalaska, hit low and h^rd, but found the Winlock line hard to crack. Onalaska was after a 20-yard run off tackle. The conversion was made by Bob Thompson. Fill!'""* Roger Palmer' warmed up to his job in the second quar- ler, bucking through center for Ihree varc'r and six points. Snyder scored-again In the second quarter on a nine-yard run around end. The third found Palmer again in the scoring columns as he raced 34 yards to the goal line on an end n'-. Thompson made the conversion. Fabick also snored in the third after a five-yard plunge. The fourth quar'?r touchdown came-on "--'«·-·-- pass. Jack Beeltc made the longest run- of the evening for White Pass. V-;n he raced 55 yards off tackle.' 1 1 1 1 0 3 .667 .500 .500 .500 .000 CAPITAL LEAGUE W I, Pet. 2 0 1.000 2 1 1 1 Aberdeen Hoquiam /ENTRALIA Fr'rtay's Result? Io-- : -m 16, Centralia 14 Jlympia 14, Stadium 6 Hudson's Bay 12, Aberdeen 7 " 13, BeV-""in 7 r--» Friday Stadium at Aberdeen Centralia at Lincoln at Olympia Tenino 2 ·ndle 0 Morton 0 Friday's Results Toledo 14, V.'nodland 6 · Winlock 32, Onalaska 6 .·^yrock 53, Pe Ell 15 Rochester 45, Handle 0 Tenino 12, Morton 0 Games Friday Onala-ska -' Pe Ell Tc!:Jo at V-- f on Moss;--·' at Handle Rochester at Winlock Tenino--Bye 4 0 1 4 2 0 3 2 1 3 2 0 2 3 0 4 0 5 0 0 5 0 0 SWW SIX-MAN LEAGUE W L Pet. Rainier . 4 Napavine 3 Toutle Lake 2 Adna 2- Oakville 1 Wishkah 0 Boistfort 0 Weekend Results Rainier 28, Boirstfort 6 Narwv'ne 24, Oakville 20 Adna 46, Wishkah 15 Game* Friday T-'te Lake at Oakville Adna at Rainier Napavine at Wishkah 0 1.000 .750 .667 .667 .333 .000 .000 Palmer also made a 65-yard romp for Rochester. White Pass got five* first downs in the game and Rochester scored ~'ne. Next week, Rochester will be' at Winlock and White Pass will host' " -nek at Handle. The s:ore by quarters: While Pass Rochester 0 0 0 0-- C 13 12 13 7--45 Canada Drops Golf Champion TORONTO Hi -- Moe Norman a notion ^^^i tr " u l « » * » f Rademacher Wins Position Oh Olympic Boxing Team SAN FRANCISCO W) -- Ten' In addition to Ra'demacher and men, including Pete Rademacher House, team members were: of Grandview, Wash., won places! on the United States' able to pick up 8 first downs to Fr day ni.M u/, T c TM m TM n ' 9 for the Cardinals £ « £ / · ! ? dropped from Canada's team fr the Americas Cup Matches in Mexico City next week because of "serious doubt" over his amateur status. James P. Anglin, president of the Royal Canadian Golf. Assn. and also captain of the Canadia. 9 for the Cardinals. Next week Winlock hosts Rochester. Onalaska plays at Pe Ell. Scoring by quarters: 13 6 6 7-32 0 0 0 6 -- 6 boxing team Friday night. leam, said the action was taken after an informal meeting with RCGA governors. i After the meeting, Anglin said in - statement the decision had been made on the basis of evi- Seat Ghairlift - ' Trial Runs Set WHITE PASS -- Successful-trial runs of a new 102-double - seat chairlift U be placed in operation here in time for the winter ski season.-were continuing this week. The new lift, which will carry skiers, and summer tourists 1,500 verticle feet fo the top of Pigtail peak at the pass, is part of a 3300,000 improvement project that took place here this summer. Tn'addition to the new-chair lift, building crews are rapidly completing construction 'of the new While Pass ski lodge. When work is finished, this eastern Lewis county area is expeci'd to boast a ski area second to none ' o:. the Pacific coast. Completion of the nerw facilities will give the Pass skiers choice of k the chairlifr 1 , to take them to an elevation of 6.500 feet; a Poma lift -- 1,800 feel long and several rope tows. Work is also progressing rapidly on the new Olympia ski lodge which is to be located slightly west of the new ski area. Government inspection and ap- Radem.cher, heavyweight vie- light wIlten^htT HarrT SmSan%m.S,r »lter ° ' tory over Idaho States Hal Espy, New York, featherweight Pearcei DouT Bajus Vancouv, ^ e VJ? U :^ a L?ff^:,, TfleLBne ,'. Bi 5 RapWs. Mich.. welter-lpicS wrti« in "h "s dence submitted to, C. E. Robin-! proval °' the chairlift is awaited son. secretary-manager of the'**-' 5 ' veek and i f tm3 ^ inauguration RCGA, concerning "activities be- ccr emonies placing the lift into op- ing carried on by Moc Norman P eration »ill be held in a few of such a nature' that it cast seri- wee1 "' --- "' "' ' Development of the While Pass ski area, said to be ideal for skiing Vancouver golferjbecause of its sheltered position in Molina, San Jose. ; L. . . . T . ' u«~" w uututt; bllab J k t - S t SCI 1- ighUeignt; Joe Shaw, st Louis, ous doubt upon Moe's status'.as in the season 'a.*; the. heart of Ihe ^L°L Wa l hin ?, t °S'. JD ' C " """l^io'ely ^ the Oakland Army Espy to make it Friday night. |Base. ico City next weekend. Read The Chronicle Classifiedsl r«r · i2£ hS?TMi? i. ^ rec ' tTin * vain ' with the Increase* power to start flowing MOB 1. Cotnh P^hit i «f« » P by Nov ' l ' Uw ' » fi * r *»' '»·«· ThThlgh-volUge line provides *ton Mi* S.tnriL -n M * n **' r Merl e John- «,»»* volts of power for indott'ry, while 12,5M new substation, pictured * ml] e »ouih of Packwood. Johnston said concrete was poured for the transformer "p*ds" a week go and the eransformert will be let U p|act at Uw end of next week, volt* will he provided 'ever the low voltage Mtap, Johnston said completion of this new li*e will mark the climax ot a four-yew ceBstrac- Uon project, to provide for the increased power neeto rf the coni-nuaity. -- Chronicle Phot*. . * ' r .· organization grew out of the ski club to finance, the enterprise. Stock Vas sold to finance the construction. The Yaktma Valley Ski club will continue an active interes't in the pass area and will construct a new, private lodge at While Pass. The new lodge now nearing completion near the White Pass highway at the ski area will be open to the public and maintained on a year-round basis. World Javeliii Mark Broken HAMAR, Norway tfl -- Using the new and highly controversial Spanish style, Egil Danielsen of Norway has thrown the javelin an incredible 304 feet 1.68 inches (93.70 meters). The recognized world record is 274 feet 5^ inches and the Olympic record.is 242 feet ^ inches set by Cy Young of the TJniled States at Ihe last games. The new style of throwing the Javelin -- which has yet to be approved by track and field au- thorilies although technically there Is nothing In the rule book against 11 -- employs a dangerous whirling movement and was originates by Felix Ersuzquin of Spain. One reason it may not be accepted is that there Is no control over tht direction. ^·"'elsen's feat was accor.u pushed Friday in training.