Darrell Maluy competes in track meet in Ogden, Utah

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FAME -William this senior of than supposed power, three Mesa Triumphs In Jaysee Track Meet SALT LAKE CITY, May 6 (AP) --Track and field athletes from Mesa college of Grand Junction, Colo., won first place and set two of three new records established in the annual Intermountain Junior Junior College Athletic association meet .at -University of Utah stadium stadium Saturday. Mesa, with eight first places and a sprinkling of seconds and thirds, totalled 64 points, followed by Westminster Westminster of Salt Lake City, with 48 Vi. Ricks college, of Rexburg, Idaho, and Weber college of Ogden, Utah, tied for third with 30 points apiece. Leon Childears, Mesa, broke his own 220 yard low hurdle record of :25.2 set a year ago. The new mark is :24.8. Another Mesa athlete, Ham Walker, cracked the pole vault mark at 12 feet, 3 inches, bettering the record of Gus Vaughn of Weber, Weber, set in 1935, by one inch. The third mark to fall was in the 440 yard dash. Ferd Jaussi of ! Pucks ran the distance in 52 seconds, seconds, clipping two-tenths of a second second off the record set by Chester How.ard of Albion, Idaho, normal in 1934. Other schools competing and | points scored were, Albion, 9; Branch Agricultural college, Cedar Cedar City, Utah, 10%; Dixie college, St. George, Utah, 13%, and Snow college, Ephraim, Utah, 19. Peterson of Weber made a bid for the lead in the last 400 yards of the 880 yard run, but Ashworth of Westminster managed to hang on in a gruelling stretch drive to win by five yards. As it was, Peterson Peterson pushed Ashworth to within one-tenth of a second of the half mile record set by Glenn Crosby of Dixie in 1927. In the mile relay, which Weber captured after holding the lead all the way, Fernelius spurted to stave off a threat of Westminster's third man and gave Gardner a small KflHEL LEADS i IN SWAT I \ . Gr4enberg Again Setting If ace In Homeruns In · American League CHICAGO, May 6--(AP)-- Take a look at Joe Kuhel's boisterous get-£tway and you'll see the main 440--First, F. JaussI, Ricks; sec- I reascjn why the Chicago White lead which the latter extended at the finish. The summary: Mile--First, Hinckley, Ricks; second, J. Jaussi, Ricks; third, McCloy, Albion: fourth, Parker, Ricks; fifth, Brown, Westminster. Time--4:45.5. ond, Lewis, Mesa; third, Gardner, Weber; fourth, Johnson, Weber; fifth, Hatton, Snow. Time--.52. 100--First, Childears, Mesa; second, second, Gubler, Dixie; third, Tucker, Snow; fourth, Lambert, Branch A. C.; fifth, Allred, Snow. Time--10.2. Shot put--First, Hall, Westminster; Westminster; second, Maluy, Mesa; third, Spangler, Westminster; fourth, Imhoff, Imhoff, Branch A. C.; fifth, Hancock, Weber. Distance -- 41 feet, 1M.- inches. 120 hurdles--First, Hall, Westminster; Westminster; second, Holman, Ricks; third, Hickman, Westminster; fourth, Daily, Mesa; fifth, Kelcher, Mesa. Time--16.6. High jump Westminster: -- First, second, Simmons, Anderson, Snow; third, Christensen, Dixie; fourth, Lambert, Branch; fifth, Stewart, Weber. Height--5 feet, 10 inches. Javelin -- First, Walker, Mesa; second, Boca, Mesa; third, Strausser, Strausser, Dixie; fourth, Patrick, Albion; fifth,.Maluy, Mesa. Distance -- 163 feet, four inches. 880--First, Ashworth, Westminster; Westminster; second, Peterson, W e b e r ; third, F. Jaussi, Ricks; fourth, Hampton, Westminster; fifth, McCloy, McCloy, Albion. Time -- 2.04.5. Pole vault -- First, W a l k e r , Mesa; second, Jenkins, Westminster Westminster and Crockett, Mesa, tied; fourth, Sampson, Dixie; fifth, Godfrey, Weber. Height -- 12 feet, 3 inches. 220 -- First, Childears, Mesa; second, Hall, Westminster; third, Lewis, Mesa; fourth, Gubler, Dixie; Dixie; fifth, Allred, Snow. Time--22.2. 220 hurdles -- First, Childears, Mesa; second, Christensen, We- are yasting no time getting ahead in th^e young American league sea- Thte 33-year-old first baseman, although outhit by'a pair of young part-time players, is topping the regulars of the circuit with a gaudy .439 mark through Thursday'S| Thursday'S| games. After hitting .351 through last week's games, Joe hoveci into high gear the past weekjwith 12 hits in 20 times at to gajin 88 points. Baisney McCosky, Detroit rookie whom Kuhel replaced as leader, droppled 86 points during the week, f r o m ' .447 to .361 and is now eightla place. His teammate, powerful powerful iHank Greenberg, first baseman, baseman, jis second with .434. ber; third,. Simmons, Westminster; fourthv Holman, Ricks; fifth, Wasden, Wasden, Branch. Time 24.8. Broad jump -- First, Stewart, Mesa;i second, Garuner, Weber; third, lAllred, Snow; fourth, stew- art, Weber; fifth, Wilkes, Ricks. Distanjce -- 21 feet, 2 inches. Disqus -- First, Maluy, Mesa; second^ Hall, Westminster; third, Patrick, Albion; fourth, Neilson, Snow; jfifth, Anderson, Weber. Distance .'-- 126 feet, 7 inches. Mile i relay--First, Weber (Johnson, (Johnson, Chatfield, Fernelius, Gardner); Gardner); 'second, Westminster; third, Branch\; fourth, Mesa; fifth, Ricks. Time--6:36.3. 880 l-elay--First, Mesa (Thornburg, (Thornburg, Daily, Stockton, L e w i second,i Snow; third, Ricks; fourth, Weber -\ fifth, Westminster. Time --1:35.51

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 07 May 1939, Sun,
  3. Page 8

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