1-22-72 Sunkist Indoor

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Continued from First Pa?e in a pedestrian 2:10.5, Ke-ino Ke-ino Ke-ino also went to the whip. The doughty Kenyan relentlessly chopped away at the margin, but Ryun, although laboring and looking back nervously over his shoulder, had just enough at the wire. The turnaway crowd of 13,493 went wild. Generally, the marks were disappointing. World record holder Randy Mat-son Mat-son Mat-son finished only third in the shot put at 66-7 66-7 66-7 as Al Feuerbach, the world indoor indoor record holder, took honors at 67-4. 67-4. 67-4. Feuer-bach's Feuer-bach's Feuer-bach's record is 68-11. 68-11. 68-11. It was Matson's third straight loss to the former Iowa farmboy now representing representing the Pacific Coast Club. .. Matzdorf Scratched Pat Matzdorf, world record record holder in the high jump at 7-6 7-6 7-6 14, was forced to scratch because of a knee injury and the event went to Reynaldo Brown at 7-2. 7-2. 7-2. World indoor record holder Martin McGrady failed to show for the 600-yard 600-yard 600-yard run, making it a breeze for Lee Evans, the winner in 1:10.7. McGra-dy's McGra-dy's McGra-dy's record is 1:07.6. Willie Deckard and Jamaican Jamaican Don Quarrie of USC scratched from the 60, won by Bobby Turner of California International International in 6.1. Olympic champion Willie Willie Davenport was upset in the 60-yard 60-yard 60-yard high hurdles by the Pacific Coast Club's Paul Gibson, former NCAA champion at Texas (El Paso). Both were timed in 7.1. USC's Lance Babb was an early leader, but he smashed the fourth hurdle and was forced to drop out. There were some encouraging encouraging performances. Garrison Sets Mark Bob Beamon, the Olympic Olympic champion and world record holder in the long jump, bounced back from a disappointing 21-7 21-7 21-7 at San Francisco Friday night to grab third at 25-1. 25-1. 25-1. The winner was USC's Henry Hines at 26-314, 26-314, 26-314, followed by James McAlis-ter, McAlis-ter, McAlis-ter, competing for California California International, 25-4 25-4 25-4 14. USC's Edesel Garrison was an impressive winner in the 500, coming from far back to trounce ex-Bruin ex-Bruin ex-Bruin Wayne Collett in a meet record 57.1. OPEN 601. B. Turner Calif. International), 41; 2. Gilliard (Calif. Int.), 6.2; 3. W. Turner (Calif. Int.), t2; 4. Smith (Slrid-ers). (Slrid-ers). (Slrid-ers). 6.3. 60HH (Section I) 1. Rich (Southwest LA JC), 7.3; 2. Coffman (USC), 7.3; 3. McBrydo (Pacific Coast Club), 7.4; 4. Dutlon (Striders). 7.4. (Section ID 1. Gibson (PCC), 7.1; 2. Davenport (unal), 7.1; 3. Wilson (USC), 7.2; 4. White (Striders), 7.2. 500 (Section I) 1. Krzvzosiak (USC), 58.7; 2. Sovmour (Striders), 59.1; 3. Fer-oerson Fer-oerson Fer-oerson (West Coast Jets), 1:00.5; 4. Johnson (PCC), 1:00.9. (Section in 1. Garrison (USC), 57.1 (meet record, old mark, 57.2, Jim Kemp, 49er TC, 1967); 2 rol'-tt rol'-tt rol'-tt (S'rlnersl. 53.5; Frev (PCC), 59.0; 4. SCOTT nanr. ini.i. sv.l. 6001. Evans (unat, San Jose), 1:10.7; 2. Elbcl (PCC), 1:11.2; 3. Whitney (Striders), 1:11.9; no fourth. 1,000-1. 1,000-1. 1,000-1. Von Ruden (PCC), 2:08.8; 2. Wlnionried (Club West), 2:09.5; 3. Lu-zlns Lu-zlns Lu-zlns (U.S. Marines), 2:10.0; 4. Sllel (Kenya), (Kenya), 2:14.3. AAILE-J-1. AAILE-J-1. AAILE-J-1. AAILE-J-1. AAILE-J-1. Rvun (Club West), 4:06.8; 2. Keino (Kenva), 4:07.3; 3. Fisher (Australia), (Australia), 4:10.7; 4. Lawson (PCC), 4:11.2. MILE WALK 1. Walker (Siridcrs), 6:41.4; 2. DeNoon (unat), 6:44.0; 3. Ran-ney Ran-ney Ran-ney (Athens AC), 6:43.3. Note: Kitchen (unat) finished second In 6:43.0 but disqualified. disqualified. LONG JUMP-1. JUMP-1. JUMP-1. Hines (USC), 26-3'4,-2. 26-3'4,-2. 26-3'4,-2. 26-3'4,-2. 26-3'4,-2. McAlister (Calif. TC), 25-4; 25-4; 25-4; 3. Beamon Beamon (unat), 25-1; 25-1; 25-1; 4. Williams (USC), 24- 24- 11"!. SHOT PUT-1. PUT-1. PUT-1. Feuerbach (PCC), 67-!,- 67-!,- 67-!,- 67-!,- 2. DeBernardl (Texas El Paso), 3. Matson (Texas Striders), 66-7; 66-7; 66-7; 4. Marks (PCC), 61-1. 61-1. 61-1. POLE VAULT 1. Uoerqvlst (Sweden), (Sweden), 17-0; 17-0; 17-0; 2. Isaksson (Sweden), 16-6: 16-6: 16-6: 3. Rallsback (Striders), 16-6; 16-6; 16-6; 4. tie between Vauohn (Stridors) and Caruthers (Calif. Int.), 16-0. 16-0. 16-0. TWO MILE 1. Young (unat, Casa Grande, Ariz.), 8:47.2; 2. Shorter (Florida (Florida TC), 8:47.4; 3. Harrison (Club West), 8:49.4; 4. Llebcnbcra (Club West), 8:4?.:. HIGH JUMP-1. JUMP-1. JUMP-1. Brown (Calif. Int.). 7-2 7-2 7-2 (equals meet record, John Rambo, 49er TC, 1966); 2. Culo (unat), 7-0; 7-0; 7-0; 3. Clark (Calif. Int.), 6-10; 6-10; 6-10; 4. Tie between Shaoard (PCC) and Johnson (unat, San Francisco), 6-8. 6-8. 6-8. SENIORS 60-1. 60-1. 60-1. Jordan (Unat), 7.1; 2-Mclntvre 2-Mclntvre 2-Mclntvre (Seniors TC), 7.5: 3. Slostrand (Seniors TC), 8.0. WOMEN 601. M. Fergerson (West Coast Jets), 6.9; 2. Watson (LA Track Club), 6.9; 3. W. Fergerson (West Coast Jets), 7.0. 600-1. 600-1. 600-1. Scott (LA Mercurettes), 1:23.1: 2. Lalng (Valley of Sun TC), 1:23.1; 3. Benson (Valley of Sun TC), 1:26.9. LONG JUMP 1. Watson (LATC), 19-mi 19-mi 19-mi 2. Attlesov (LATC), 19-0; 19-0; 19-0; 3. Larsson (Sweden), 18-8'A. 18-8'A. 18-8'A. JUNIOR COLLEGE POLE VAULT-1. VAULT-1. VAULT-1. Stllllans (El Caml-no), Caml-no), Caml-no), 14-6; 14-6; 14-6; 2. Bramlette itM. San Antonio), Antonio), 144); 3. Drew (Pierce), 13-6. 13-6. 13-6. HIGH JUMP 1. TInnin (Pasadena), 6-10; 6-10; 6-10; 2. Joseph (Southwest LA), 6-8; 6-8; 6-8; 3. Brown (Compton), 6-6. 6-6. 6-6. LONG JUMP-!. JUMP-!. JUMP-!. Rich (Southwest LA), 23-1VA: 23-1VA: 23-1VA: 2. Todd (Mt. San Antonio), 22-3V4; 22-3V4; 22-3V4; 3. Kooblor (Chaffey), 21-1V. 21-1V. 21-1V. SHOT PUT 1. Bonner (Harbor), 49-i; 49-i; 49-i; 2. Henrtrick (Southwest LA), 48-6; 48-6; 48-6; 3. Reibitd (El Camlno), 47-11. 47-11. 47-11. TRIPLE JUMP 1. Duoree (LACC), 47-7; 47-7; 47-7; 2. PIttman (Pasadena), 46-0; 46-0; 46-0; 3. Jones (LACC), 45-9.- 45-9.- 45-9.- 45-9.- Heat winners 60 Gllson (Santa Ana), 6.4; Hamilton (Compton), 6.3; Wiley (Mt. San Antonio), Antonio), 6.4; Fletcher (Pasadena), 6.4. 60 HH-MIsley HH-MIsley HH-MIsley (Bakersfield), 7.5; Tin-nln Tin-nln Tin-nln (Pasadena), 7.4; Rich (Southwest LA), 7.4; Washington (LACC), 7.1. MILE-Baker MILE-Baker MILE-Baker (El Camlno), 4:21.5; Babirackl (valley), 4:17.5; . MILE RELAY - East LA, 3:33.2; LACC, 3:29 2. TWO MILE RELAY - Bakersfield, 8:09.2; Mt. San Antonio, 8:17.8; valley, 7:59.2. HIGH SCHOOL 51. Brooks (Morningslde), 6.3; 2. Brown (Locke), 6.4; 3. Ross (LB Poly), '60HH-1. '60HH-1. '60HH-1. Royal (LB Poly), 7.S; 2. Whlgham (Patmdale), 7.5; 3. Jones (Washington), 7.4. 600-1. 600-1. 600-1. Johnson (Blair), 1:12.8; 2. Brown (Gardena),1:13.8; 3. Heinzen (Glendora) 1:14.9. 1,0001. Bradford (Huencme), 2:16.0 (meet record, old mark, 2:19.4, Percell Keeling, Morningslde, 1971); 2. Lambert (Dos Pueblos), 2:17.0; 3. Johnson (Aviation), (Aviation), 2:18.0. MILE (Seeded) 1. Williams (North Torrance), 4:22.4; 2. Avrca (Mlra Costa), Costa), 4:22.7; 3. Harris (South Torrance), 4:23.0; 4. MacLean (Costa Mesa), 4:24.7. add lr. college MILE (Rated) 1. Browning (Lake-wouv); (Lake-wouv); (Lake-wouv); 4:24.7; 2. Hansen (Lompoc), 4:25.8; 3. Armlnio (Palos Verdes), 4:29.5. TWO MILE (Seeded)-l. (Seeded)-l. (Seeded)-l. Williams (Lompoc), 9:04.8 (meet record, old mark, 9:10.8, Jose Amaya, Wilson, 1971); 2. Amaya (Wilson), 9:09.4; 3. Genet Genet (Santa Ana), 9:18.8. TWO MILES (Rated)-l. (Rated)-l. (Rated)-l. Phillips (Dos Pueblos), 9:29.2; 2. Olswang (Costa Mesa), 9:30.6; 3. Krouse (Lynwood), 9:36.6. 440 RELAY (Section I) Crenshaw (Johnson, Tyler, Coulter, Gibson), 1:07.3 Section ID Centennial (Rowles, Tossin, Orancje, McMillan), 1:06.6 (Section (Section III) Washington (J. Jones, R. Jones, Yancy, Gulley), :09.0 (Section IV) Glendale (Cramer, Jones, House, Mlckclson), 1:10.5. MILE F'.AY (Section D Lnkewood, 3:32.7. (Section ID Gardena (Roebuck, Bailey, Innrom, Brown), 3:31.8. MILE RELAY Chaffey, 3:28.0; LACC 3:27.9 MILE RELAY 1. Lakcwood, 3:30.7; 2. Gardena, 3:30.8: 3. Upland, 3:33.2. POL VAULT 1. Haagen (San Marcos), Marcos), 15-0 15-0 15-0 (meet record, old mark, 14-0, 14-0, 14-0, Tim Quinn, Monroe, 1971); 2. Sandoval (West Covina), 15-0; 15-0; 15-0; 3. Qulnn (Monroe), 14-6. 14-6. 14-6. LONG JUMP 1. Goss (Jordan), 22-8 22-8 22-8 14; 2. Moore (Pomona), 22-0'A; 22-0'A; 22-0'A; 3. Fisher Fisher (Locke), 21-0 21-0 21-0 14. SHOT PUT-1. PUT-1. PUT-1. Albritton (Newport t-hrbor), t-hrbor), t-hrbor), 62-4 62-4 62-4 (meet record, old nark, 58-6, 58-6, 58-6, Carios McCatI, Centennial, 1971); 2. GHasmchuk (Narbonne), 60-8'A; 60-8'A; 60-8'A; 3. Cross ICresol), 60-2 60-2 60-2 14. HIGH JUMP 1. Miles (LB Poly), 6-4; 6-4; 6-4; 2. Bernard (Chine), 6-V 6-V 6-V 3. tie between Donahue (Palos Verdes) and Gciger (Crescenta Valley), 6-4. 6-4. 6-4. Squash Results NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS At Louisville SINGLES (semifinals) Victor Nied-erhoffor Nied-erhoffor Nied-erhoffor (New York) def. Mohlbullah Khan (Boston), 18-17, 18-17, 18-17, 15-12, 15-12, 15-12, 18-17; 18-17; 18-17; Sharif Khan (Canada) def. Larry Terrell (Philadelphia), (Philadelphia), 14-15. 14-15. 14-15. 15-9, 15-9, 15-9, 15-3. 15-3. 15-3.

Clipped from The Los Angeles Times23 Jan 1972, SunPage 70

The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California)23 Jan 1972, SunPage 70
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