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i AUSTIN DAILV HERALD 2 SCHOOL RECORDS TIED tonight, IÂ» weekend "You'd!Â»_AUSTIN (Minn ) HERALD SPORTS Tuesday, April 24. 1962 a voluntary w o r k o u t stressed batting practice. Kffle- brew was among those taking extra practice. The Twins left the Twin Cities at 6:30 pjn. Monday, flying to Baltimore for tonight's series opener. Shamrock Track Team Downs Lourdes, 67-57 Mike Whalen, Ed Hanson and,six inches and was a member of Bob Quinn each won two events to spark the Pacelli track team to a 61-57 triumph over Rochester Rochester Lourdes Monday at the Athletic Athletic Field. It was the first dual meet victory victory for coach Bill Marton's Sham- rcks, who placed sixth recent Private-Parochial in the Indoor the winning 880 relay team. Ed Hanson was the other double double winner. He copped the 180 low hurdles i% :22.0 and the high j u m p with a leap of 5 feet, 2 inches. Denny Maschka picked up the other first place, winning the dis- They meat Eddie with his at meet at the University of Minnesota Minnesota and lost a practic Shattuck of Faribault. cus with a toss of 120 feet. The Shamrocks had a close call ing kick in the stretch enabled him to cross the finish line with Two records were tied as thei a scant two yards to spare. Shamrocks won nine of the 14' Quinn's victory in the broad events. Whalen, a fast-striding jump clinched the victory. With senior, matched his own record of. ... :53.1 in the 440 dash, while Quinn 1 ran the 220 in :23.2. which tied'3 Austin BOWICrS the school record set in 1960 by John Killoran. Whalen also won the 100 dash Roll Honor Counts Lefty John Blum and D. L. Van- in : 10.9 and anchored the winning; der Haar posted 700 series Mon- mile relay team. Quinn won the day night in the Classic league broad jump with a leap of 19 feet. Track Results 120 High Hurdles -- 1. Bob Conway at Echo Lanes. Blum rolled 742 off games of 214, 160 and 268, while Vander Haar had games of 202, 244, 257 for a 703 count. Sixteen bowlers (L). Time -- :16.2. 100 Dash -- 1- Mike Whalen Time ^l he To n 9 l IL); 3 ' J "" (L); 2._Bob Quinn_(P), 3. Dove Norveson j naf j 600 or better in the Classic (P), 2. j league last night. _ Â°Â» (L) - R. Kreiger, rolling in the YMCA Mile -- "iT'pairl Tobin (L); Gary Gon- league, fired his first 700 series. 4 r 52 U 2. (P); 3 " L 'Â° yd B 'Â° Un ' P) ' T ' me ~| Bowling for the Holy Cross 880 Relay -- 1. Pacelli (Quinn. Hanson,' church team No. 1, Kreiger OOst- Blowers, Crondoll). Time -- 1:39.0. , . ,,,,. ,~, Â«Â«,, r 440 Dash -- 1. Whalen ( P ) , 2 Tom' ed games Ot 224. 27Â», Â£B) IOT Theblod (L); 3 Dan Berens (L). Time -:53.1. -:53.1. (Tied own school record). 180 Low Hurdles -- 1. Ed Hanson (P), 2. Pat Jacobs (L); 3. Tom Ployhart (P). Time -- 220. 889 Run -- 1. Don Rockenbach (L); 2. Gary Walsh (P); 3. Ted Gibbons (L). Time -- 2:14.5. 220 Dash -- 1. Quinn (P); 2. Bray (L); 3. Dick Armbust (L). Time -- :23.2. (Tied ; school record set 1960 by John Killoran). (Crondoll, 701 ' Â· e e _ I Hanson, Gondreau, Whalen). Time -for with- 3 Â·'**Â·* Put _ ,. John Mason (L); 2. Tom Wolsh (P) and Bruno Procopiol (L) tied. Distance -- 45 Â«eet, 2'-4 inches. Distance"--"iBTfcct.' 10 Hioh Jump ---- 1. riQinon (P)', 2. Nor- 19 vew Â» (L); Â£ Roekenbach (L) . He)ght _ out a in the Tony a 5 feet, 2 inches. Pole Vault -- 1. Pat Jacobs (L); 2. DoÂ« - Duffy (L); 3. Tom Butler (P). Height -- 10 feet, 43, inches Broad Jump -- 1. Quinn (P), 2 Rocken- boch (L); Bob King (P). Distance -- 19 feet, 6 inches. SPORTS CALENDAR Today BASEBALL Albert Lea at Austin, 4 p.m.; could | a Â· Grand Meadow ot Lyle; Harmony at Spring Valley. April 25 -- Waldorf colleoe at Austin JC (2). April 27 -- Austin at Mankato; Elkton ot Lyle; Grand Meadow at Pacelli; LeRoy LeRoy at Glenville. April 28 -- Austin at Rochester; Concordia Concordia at Austin JC (2). TRACK April 26 -- Austin Invitational April 2S -- Pacelli Invitational. GOLF April 26--Stag Night at Country Club April 27--Monkato at Austin; Maun City at Austin JC. TENNIS April 27--Austin at Mankato April 28--Concordia at Austin JC. may NBA's one be the of- the dis-t JUBILANT CASEY -- Manager Casey Stengel cuts 13 of the events completed, the Shamrocks held a narrow 55-54 advantage, but Quinn and Bob King, who finished third, picked up six points for the four-point pread. Don Rockenbach, who won the 880, placed second in the broad ump and third in the high ed the Lourdes team, coached iy J o e Mayer. Other winners were Bob Conway, 120 igh hurdles; Paul Tobin, mile ohn Mason, shot put and Pat acobs, pole vault. The Eagles bad an easy time efeating the Shamrocks in the B team meet, 83-35. The Shamrocks are the bos' chool in the annual Pacelli In itational Saturday at the Athlet- c Field. Pacelli Nine Needs Rally for 5-4 Win Pacelli rallied for three runs in the seventh inning to defeat Stacyville, Iowa, 5 - 4, in a conference baseball game Monlay Monlay at Marcusen Park. Dan Daly's triple and Fred Sippel's double were the big blows of the inning as coach Don Carlson's Shamrocks ran their early season record to 3 - 1. Pacelli gets back hi action Thursday, meeting Bethlehem Academy of Faribault at Marcusen Marcusen park and Friday it hosts Grand Meadow. Six Shamrock errors kept start ng pitcher Leroy Barath hi water and the miscues. aided 'our hits, enabled the lowans command a 4 - 1 lead at of four innings. Art Clennon relieved the tired Baruth in the seventh to pick the victory. He refused to give up a hit. The Shamrocks, who collected nine hits off Stacyville's Jim Mayer, made it 4-2 in the fifth on hits by Bill Combs and Decker before the big uprising. Combs led the Shamrock attack and a " . i n -K i day- meetin 8 and John LaVelle contributed two singles. PACELLI Combs 2b Daly n 1 Anderson cf 2 Fino'son ef 1 Kurina 3b 4 Sipoel c 3 LaVelle rf 3 Chris'son Ib 2 Wistrkill 1 Decker If J Barutfc p Peri Clennoa B 1 STACYVILL! AB H Rbi AB H Rbi 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 2* IK Thome rf 1 1 Pitien cf 4 OT Wolf n 4 Of Wolf Ib 4 OWeber If 0 IHatten If 1 1 Mayer p J OTheobald c 4 OLambane 3t 2 OB Thome 2b 2 0 0 0 4Total o. Stacyville 102 100 0--4 Pacelli 000 200 J--J FIGHT RESULTS 205. LOS ANGELES -- CossiM Cloy, Louisville, stopped George Logan, Boise, Idaho, 4; Eddie Machen, Portland, Ore., stopped Bert Whitehurst. 201, Baltimore, 6; Ralph Dupas, 14*'i, New Orleans, outpointed Frankie Ramirez, Ramirez, 144'i, San Jos*. Calif, 10; Tony Perez, 135, Mexico, outpointed Eddie Garcia, 134'i, Denver, 10.