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THE INDIANAPOLIS SIau -SATURDAY, MAY 15, l(Ji4 Is As Tech Regiona Champion uncie PAGE is- 711 Repea Prep Trackmen Set Five Records By BERT WEST Although winning but two firsts, Muncio Central scored in nine of the 13 events to successfully defend its high school track regional championship yesterday at Tech. The balanrpd Bearcats of Coach .Mel Wilson, undefeated in any track meet this season, led 49 rival schools to the finish line with 36 points. Indianapolis City Champ Shortiidue trailed in second place with 29 points. Five meet records were shattered including two which went in the books as ail-time marks for the IHSAA's four-site regional. Richmond's mile relay quartet of Ron Oberlc, John Petrc, Charles Kauffman and Bill Sat-terfield nipped Tech's faoied - crew in a stirring stretch finish between Satterfield. a 15-year-old freshman and Tech's crack quartermiler Adell Turner to ' set an all-time mark of 3:27.6. THIS BROKE the local re-' gional record of 3:29.6 set by Anderson in 1950 and shoved aside the all-time standard of . 3:28.1 set by Gary Roosevelt in - 1949. Turner, who all but overcame a six foot deficit in his anchor chore, carried Tech home in 3:27.7. Anderson's Billy Jones and '. Morton Memorial's Glenn Stouder waged a close duel in the pole vault before Jones won out in 12 f-ct inches. This , erased the "eet record of 11-' 10 set by Muncie Central's Jerry 'Lounsojry in 1952 and t toppled the all regional ef-' fort of 12-6 set, by Evansville Reds' Fowler Blanks Phils Philadelphia (AP) Art Fowler, an 18-game winner with Atlanta last season, snapped the Philadelphia P h i 1 1 i e s' three-game wdn streak last night, shutting out the Phils 1-0 on fight hits. Bobby Adams, who Rot the lone hit a homer off Robin Roberts Thursday night, scored the only run of the game last night. Adams, .who spoiled Roberts' perfect n o - h i 1 1 e r 21 hours earlier with a leadoff homer, ' started things off with a single to center. Roy McMillan sacrificed him to second and Gus Bell's single brought Bobby home with what proved to be the winning run. Cincinnati rhtladrlphlt AB H O A AB H O Adams, 3 5 12 2 Jones. 3 4 0 2 4 S 3 4 Trgesnn,l 3 Knnli.lf 4 Hsmner.2 4 Wrystk.rf 4 Burzess.c 3 Morgan. 3 'Srhr-tl 1 t 2 0 13 2 0 3 3 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 2 0 4 Klizwkt.l 3 .Post.rf 4 Smpl,2 l Ornjrss If 4 Srmlnlck.c 2 Fowler, p 4 3- 0 6 0 3 0 4 3 1 0 5 1 0 2 Dlrkmin.p 3 Totsls 34 8 27 1 1 l'utais :i: 8 27 17 'Filed out for Morsan In ninth. Cincinnati 100 000 000-1 '. Philadelphia 000 000 000-0 K-Jonf. DK-kunn. RBI-Rell. SB-Temple. R-M('Mlllan. Tnreescn. RP-Hamner. Morgan and Toreescn: McMillan. Trmnlr and Klussrwskl. Lett-Onrlnnall 10. Philadenhi S. BB-Dicksnn 3. Fowler J. SO-Knwler 4. F and ER-Dlrkson 1-1. Wlnner-Knwlei ' ( 2-0 1 . Loaer-Dli'kj'in ('4-3i. U-Cnnlan. Core, Secory. Jarkowskl. T-2 27. A-7.117. College Baseball Indiana 5. Minnesota 3 Mlrhltan State H. Michljan 4. Ohio State 8. I"wa 2. St. Joseph's 8. Indiana State 5. Wisconsin 4. Purdue 3 (10 InnlnjO. Time Trials Telecasts Join TOM CARNEGIE for two hour-long programs at the SPEEDWAY SAT. 4:30-5:30 P.M. SUN. 4-5 P.M. via WFBM-TV Pruented by Charlie Stuart, Inc. HI Jim Turnesa "LOWER Your with MacGregor MT lit Turntio oaa of goll't femovi 0X4! rtcemffltndi MacC'tger MT clubi. "With an MT oo4 iron in your nond, you will hat tht umpltto conli-ntctiiory o ihoot low-hondicap tolf," wyi thit s-.ot taurnomtxt .o. Team Scores Muni ir ( rntial Ilu Itmoiiit Hr.i Davit 4 ndrxHi Muni i Hurrli f-mnMiit 1 w ft Mnrtnti Mrm'irial Kiftr-rtmi tir.tid fttpplf Mjniiil V' ( a-(tf tn Alut ( fulfil iMil, lUr Mmitir lif " ViMrstllU Bosse's Tom Kinraid and Petersburg's Dick Carter in 1919. The other meet records came in the 410. .shot put and low hurdles. Turner became the meets lone defending champ when he won the 410 in 30.7. Franklin Township's Allen Moore boosted the shot put mark to 51 feet 5 inches. SHOKTKIDdK'S JIM Bat- man sliced the low hurdles standard down to 20.7 during a trial performance- then Muncie Central's big John Casterlow nipped Batman in the finals with an identical 20.7 to win. Muncie Central, taking aim on its initial state track championship, qualified eight individuals and its 880 relay team (which finished second to Short -ridge) for next Saturday's state meet at Tech. The Bearcats will be represented in all events except the 100, 220, 410, high jump and mile relay. Other teams to gain repro sentatives for the state finals were: Short ridge, 6 and 8S0 relay; Richmond, 3 and mile relay; Ben Davis, 3; Anderson, 2; Muncie Burris, 2; Morton Memorial, 2; Tech, 1 and mile relay; Howe, Southport, Franklin Township, Broad Ripple, Manual, New Castle, Decatur Central, Danville, Alexandria, M o n t p e 1 ier, Noblesville and Washington, one each. CENTRAL'S MAE ribbons came with Casteilovv's low hurdle victory and Dick Still-wagon's triumph in the high sticks. Shortridge picked up a trio of firsts as Mai McClerkin uncorked a terrific finishing kick to win the mile in 4:35.7, Jim Loer copped the high jump, and its 8S0 quartet of Hobby Wilson, Batman, Bob Mhxcv and Bob Allen, scored in 1 :32.7. Howe's Hal Kouns annexed the broad jump crown from defending champ Tommy Fletcher of Richmond with a leap of 21 feet 10? inches. WALT INMAX of Ben Davis, closed from far back in the final eighth to win the SSO yard run in the good time of 2:01. Satterfield, the Richmond freshman, who appealed on the doubtful list after suffering a leg injury in last week's sectional, showed an abundance of speed when he won the 220 in 22.8. High Hurdler 8tillwarn IMO rttrr-bark i BDi. Huffman 1MB1. Abreli 1MC1 1 ime-: 11 4. 100-Yard Dh isni. Broun 1MM1 : 10 1 Barr (MB'. Willsey Burrows iDAi. Time- tow Hurdlei: CaKerlow IMO. Batman (Ml', stillwagon iMCi. stair IAX. Tlme-:20.7. (Tied record let by Batman In trials' . 220 Yard flash: Satterfield mil. Will-22 pS0'' Wlls0" Mee1' lWI- Time- Shnt Put: Mvre iFTi. Murx-h (BR1. Sims uic. Butkert (BDi. Distance-51 feet fi (nrhes. (New record i . Mile Run MrClerkin (Sill, Carnea (MCI Tllcst'iji mci. Trusr-ell (MOi, Tlme-ll 7 440-Yard Hash: Turner (Ti. Caruio (MAi. Allen (SHi, Roach 1111. Tlme-:50.7. INpw record I. 810-Yaid Hun: tnman (BDi. Harris (MCI. Foist IMCi. Wlllxiichby (RIi. Tlme-2:01 . Mile Relay Richmond fOhprle Pe?j Kauffman, Satterfield'. Tech iMcCov Klrk-hride. Nelson. Turner'. Muncie Central, Howe Tlme-3-27 (New rerordl. SH0 Relay: Shortridne (Wilson. Batman. Maxev Allenl. Muncie Central 'Wilson. Rrnadwater, Casterlnw, Flowersi. Royerton. Richmond. T!me-1:32.7. Broad, Jump: Kouns IH). Metcher RI. I.evcrrue iANi. Vauitlun (MCi. Dlatame-2 1 fc.4 m Inches. Hih .lumn Lner ism. three-way tie for second between Milter iNCl Kouns (ill Mnxrv (Slli. Ileichl-S feet 11 inches Pole Vault: Jones (ANi. Simidcr iMMi. three-ay tie for third between Stllliv.ic.n iMd Atullana iMCi fiddinss (NOi. HelFht-1? fret Inches. Kev: MC-Munrlr f enlral, SH-Shnrtridre. Rl-Rlfhmond T-Tech, H-H(pe, BIV-Hed I'avfs, MB-Mnneie Htirris, SO Simlhporl, 1 1 -Franklin Town-hip, RO-Rnyertnn. BR Broad Itlpple. M-Maiiual. S( - Caslle. I)f-l)ecatiir Central, f) -Danvllle. S.X-lexandris. VO-Montneller. NO NnMes. sille. W-WishinaUm, AN-Anderson, FrM-Morlnn Memorial. 1-Rall Ton rue v Resunios Today Quarterfinal matches will be played today in the Spring 4-Ball golf tournament at South Grove. The schedule: V!:5fi Bob Me(iiiire anil Bob Ludlow, South (irove, vs. John Hare nnil Jack Leer, Highland. :03 Clayton Xichol a n d Bob ('much, Coffin, vs. Shannon Taylor and Hugh Powell, Willowhrook. 1:10 Joe Fraor and (ienrge Dougherty, Coffin, v. John Banirh and Al Knjjan, Speedway. 1:17 Charles Butler and Ken Hoy, Jr., Sarah Shank, vs. Karl Nessli r and Bill Cooley, Country Club. says HANDICAP clubs." nomti, golf I fa tlvk t ywr fmue in Mmlr W(CffOf A4mrf IfcW . 1 11 tk ) Lr . y x t f i - trZrJiL ; , M-1 a i f .. .''J - S ?' k XmtmtltoHMW ' j,.. " n, v y - 4M, ,.'W DASH WINNER David Barr of Muncie Burris is first to the tape in yesterday's 100-yard dash at the Tech regional. Barr beat Southport's Del Willsey and Lincoln Track Team First Al Bloominslon Bloomington, Ind. (Spl.) Evansville Lincoln was tops in points with 17 and qualifiers with ive in the Bloomington regional high school track meet yesterday.. The Pocket City team placed first despite the fact it had no relay team. Don Foster of Mt. Vernon, hard luck performer of last year's state finals, established regional records in both hurdles. Foster was injured in the high hurdles at Indianapolis last year and didn't place, but he'll be a favorite this time. Maverne VVille of Columbus won ne mile in 4:33.7, hut he was disqualified for bumping on a turn and Charles Smith of Attica got the No. 1 spot. Scoring and summary: Fvansvllle Lincoln 17 and fi qualifiers: fllO(inun(;t"n 15 and 3: Mt. Vernon 12 and 1: Terre Haute Garfield 12. 1 and J!80 relay: Terre Haute Wiley 12, 4 and R0 relay; New Albany lll- and 4; Evansville Central 10. no Individual, mile relay; Vlncennel 7. 1 and mile relav: Salem a and 1; Evansville R"se ft and 1; Mad-son Si-', and 2: Washington Vit and 1. Covington 5 and 1. Attica 5 and 1: Jef-feraonvllle 5 and 1; Ladoga 5 and 1; Oakland City 5 and 1; Kvantvllle Reit? 4 and 2; Cannelltun 3 and I: Cayuga .1 and 1: Mitchell 3 and 1; Greencastle 2 and 1. New Ross 2 and 1: Martinsville 1 and 1 : Hanover 100-Yard Dah-1. ReasleT. Oakland City: 2. Mood. Bloomlncton: fl. Rayburn. Covington: Murray. Washington. Time 10 s 220-Yard Pash-1. Smith. Lincoln: a. Ravburn. Covinglon: 3, Mnod. Bloomington 4. Siruble. Wiley. Time 22 !) 440-Yard Dasli-J. Obreniskcy, Jcffcr-sonvUlf: 2, Speedy, New Alhanv: 3. Oritur. Bcse 4. Hoinei'. Salem. Time s.2 3. R'n-Yard Rlin-1. Rexrnal. Salem: 2. Sturgeon, rannelltnn: 3. Tirlle. Reitz: 4. Ca-""n. Vinceniles. T me 2 02 4 Mile Ruu-1 Smith. Attica: 2. Nunn. Wiley: 3. Ilicgins. Rrlf r: 4. i;nff, Martinsville No time. No, 1 finisher disqualified. High Hurdles 1, Foster. Mt. Vernon: 2. Spencer, l.'nenln: 3. Wtfes, Washington: 4. Miles. Wiley. Time 14 R. (New record, old maik IN 1 set bv Mercer of Rnsse In '!f,2 and lied by Foster In 195X1 Lnw Hurdles I . Foster. Mt. Vernon: 3, Klndermaii. Cavuga: 3. Wlgga. Washing-Ion: 4. Roberts. N(w Albany Time 20 3. (New record of 20 2 set by Foster In trials: old mark 210 set by Prake r.f Columbus in lifsi and lied by Hogue of i 'lumbus In 1953. 1 1 Mile Relay-l, Evansville Central (Mall-coat. Parrish. Brown, Dormeieri: 2. Vln-cennes: 3. Bosse; 4. Salem. Time 3:35.3. K0-Yard Relay-l. Garfield (Bohngi., nrcen, Jennings. Turner i. 2. Wiley; 3, New Albany; 4, Mt Vernun. Time 1:34.3. Shot Put-1. Whitlow, Bloomlnctoiu a Race Results BH.MONT 1-Mui;u (Roland i. $14 40 1 50: Kanehi Alley (Chester i. 7.90, Sister Louise 'Atkinson'. 2 10. 7 30. 3 90; 2 All Is Well (Wmidliousei. 17.30. 4 40, 3 Oil: Light Step (Stovalll, 4 40. 2 0; Ellas r, iNirhoisi, 4 10 Daily Double $22,1.00, 1-In Vieiy iSmllhwIck ' . $.11.10, ft 40. 42CI. f'herwell (Murohi. 4.10, 3 10; Golden Furlong IMrDonaldi. 4 30. 4-Thunder time (NkIk'Is'. $1nn. 7 B0. ft. 10; Islander I Wondhouse I . B 60. 4 00. Ambiguous (Cntreias ' . H TiO rs-Taloia iNich"lsi, $1130. 3 P0, Question Time IMorenO', 3 .10- Hill Ruse f Atkinson i. B 40. B-Begnrra lOBnent. $24.30 70. 5.00. 70 4 30; Golden Gloves (Hlglrvi. 2.90, 2 SO. Pam O War iWestronei. 11 00. 7-Conty Bay lAtklnsoni. $fi 40, 3,40. 3 10; stone Saucer (Bolarmi, 8 30. S 20, Cascanuer (OBrlenl. .1 80. P-Iron fiuv (Nichols i. $23 00. 9 10. 5 10: Tourlanx iBolandl, 4.10, 3 30; Watch It (irow (Hodrlguezi. 5.70. SPORTSMAN'S PARK 1- Noble Dress (Willlamsi. $1120. 4 0, 3 80; Sliver fCarroll). 3,60. 3 20; court E. I Curry i, 4.00. 2- Wntrh Tov iCrrrnlli, $33 40. ftO, ft 30: Mon Baiser (O'Neill. 1 80, 3,80; Double Barrel iBaldwlnr, 3 20. Daily nimble, $1,!3 0(). 3- Martln Whelan iBal'lwini. $4 40, 3 no. 2 80: It' t Chocnl.Ke lOm, 6 4 40; Turnip Till (Skomnskii. 6 30. 4-Marvi Frank ll'erei, $l!K0. 7 5 40: Mr. Tnp (Jessopi, 3.00, 3 Fine Kettle (Kfenel. 8 fO. 5-I.adolee (Carroll 1 . $7 30. .1 40. 3 40: Top Stnrklncs 'Willlamsi. 4 B0. 3.30; Humphrey lO'Nelli. .140 fi-F.ndnn 'B,ildwlnl. $4 40, S 00 3 30; Ponderlnr (Cavallef. 4,00. 3 00: Sk Jeep ' Wlrkrl i, 4 00, 7-Davlk-ht Time (Baldwlnl, ?9 (10, 4 40, 3 0: Dads Prjiee iWasner). SSO. 4 PO; Mvlne rmll ijesroi, 5 00. 5- Breeon Beamns (Willlamsi, $10 0, 80. 4 30: Or Susan ... 6l0. 5 AO: Challestar irivnlieri. $1S 00, rm Rcini.!. nowN's 1- Tiaftie Judce (Rlslevl $0 40. !? 0, 4 00: MlelUUx Idrubbl. 7 60. 6 80; flor-on (Crodi ' 1 1 60 2- T"n Fair irhiirehi, $12 40, 6 40. 4 60; Asnes Lvnn iBrnoksi 6 30, 4 40: Bidiijt Sue '.I R Adamsl. 4.40. Dally Double. $70.20. 1-Dellberate iGonz.alrzi, $,i 80, .1 60. 3 20; Shamrock Lad (Karoheri, 5 80. 4 uo: Rnv Jr. ( Nazareth i . 6 40. 4-Flylnf Pat (Church I. $26 20, 10 80, 6 40; Lucky Pete (Naiarethl. 4,80. 3 40; Mahnla (J. R. Adamil. 3.40. .S-Hed Sullan (D"dsonl. $20 00. 6 30. 3 60; Hu Up (Brnoksi. 4.30, 2 60; Second Request llleckmann. 3 80. 6- Pacopep I Brooks l. $5 00. 1 40, 2 40: Silver K. (lleekmanni. 4 00. 3.00; Mlehty Moment iDodsoni. 2.80. 7- Nepal (Brooksl, $13 30, S 30. 3 60: Tidy Sum (Church I. 4,20, 3.00; Bimime Gal (Mri'kmanni, 3,80 8- Daddy I)o (Peimane). $0 40, 5 00, 3 60: Sure Try (fhurclll, 9 80, 7.00; Seen Oirl (Kallni . 8 20. 4 m Mnrtftn Mor - finish line in H. Fisse) Chastam, Mitchell; 3- Stillfy. New Rosi; 4, Swift, New Alnany. Distance 48 feel, 6 imhes. Higii Jump-1 , Williamson, Blr-omlng-ton; tie fnr 2. 3 and 4, Turner, Garlield; Black, Lincoln; Wills. Lincoln. Height 6 ftet, 1 1 2 in. lifs. i Ties rt'iM'-nal record Mt by Clark ot Lincoln In 1953 1. Pole Vauit-1, Klmmell, Ladoga, tie for 2 and 3, Peddle. Madison, and Carroll, Ne Albany: tie for 4, Wliiinger, Washington; Duke. Hanover; Wlmnger won t ( ? s to go to atate. Height 11 feet, 6 Inches. Brnad Jump 1, Boyd, Lincoln; 2. De?t-am, Madisun; 3. Pingleton. Greencastle: 4, Roberts. Wiley. Distance 22 feet, inches. ( New reonrd; old mark of 218 set by Samuel!:, Wiley. In lf51.l r.of YVift Sncad Don't Look vToo Soon Or Late MEAD TO TURN AT THIS POINT OF F0LLOW-TH&J. Today's pictiirrd golfer in just tiiniini; his head to watrh the flight of the hall. He knows it's safe to take his eyes off the spot where the bull was, because he can see his ri(;ht shoulder passing under his chin. It is a mistake to lift jour eyes from the ball both too soon or too late. If you look away too soon of course there's no (riling what kind of a shot you'll have. If you keep your eyes on the ball too long your follow-through can be severly restricted and your shot humpered. Strike a happy medium and remember that your head is a pivot around which the golf shot revolves. If you keep it steady neither moving up nor down, backward nor forward chances are you'll come up with a good shot. Pos-sihly the most common mistake of high handicap golfers In this business is that they move their heads forward on the downswing, thus losing power, for there is no "solid" left side to hit against. This is very Important. (Protected hy John T mile Cot Meyer To Coach Warren Nclters Bob Meyer has been named head basketball coach at Warren Central succeeding Carl Braden. Meyer has been assistant net mentor for three years. The vacancy occurred when Braden took the Southport position. Meyer, a graduate of Tech High School and Indiana University, will remain as assistant coach of football and head coach of baseball. He will name a cage aide later. Buller IVine Faces Evansville Today Buller University's baseball team, winners in its last five games, travels to Evansville this afternoc 1 for an important ICC doubleheader. The Bluesox are in second place in league play with a 5-1 record. M. Joseph's is in first place 'ih a 7-1 record. Butler has a 7-4 season's mark with eight games remaining on the schedule. 1 -4Sr rinl'c lexkn Rrftwn tr tl-iA : 1 0. 3 . (Star Photo by Frank Loveless New DePauw Head Greencastle, Ind. (Spl.) Dr. James C. Loveless, former DePauw cage star and now head coach at Grove City (Pa.) College, has been named director of athletics at DePauw University, President Russell J. Humbert announced Saturday. He succeeds P.aymond R. (Gaummy) Neal, who will retire on July 1 after 23 years at the university. Following his 19?9 graduation from DePauw, Loveless became physical education supervisor in Peru and conched Peru High School ba.-kelball teams to four straight sectional championships, 1930-1931. At Peru, where he remained until 1934, he also was football and track coach and guided the 1933 grid squad to an undefeated season and a share of the state championship. A native of San Francisco, Loveless captained the DePauw basketball team during his senior year and gained all-state mention both in basketball and football. Pumas Triumph, 8-5 Rensselaer, Ind. (Spl.) St. Joseph's rallied for six runs in the seventh inning to defeat Indiana State here yesterday, 8 to 5. Indiana State.. 000 010 040-5 A St. Joseph's ... 001 001 80-a 11 5 Gllkey. Loni and Fowler: Fox. Dwinell and Merkl THE GRANDSTANDER Enjoy the qualifications and the race In this cool, ventilated casual. Smooth smoked elk with comfortable Cush-n-crepe soles. SQ95 7 men's department 18 EAST WASHINGTON ST. ALL PHONE (MA. 4306) ORDERS AND MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND ACCURATELY FILLED Fl. Wayne North 1st Fort Wayne, Ind. (API Fort Wayne Noith Side retained its regional high school track championship yesterday, but lost both relay teams and with them much of its hopes for a state itle. The Redskins qualified only five men. three of them winners. Max Trurx, Warsaw's great miler, ran his event in 4:26, setting a new meet record and new season best for the state and tying the all-state regional mark set hy Jim Lambert of Muncie Central in 1951. fUAKI.LV LYONS of Fort Wayne North Side high jumped 6 feet, 3 inches, a new meet record and a new season best for the state, but an inch short of the all-regional mark set by Jim Harper of Hammond in 1949. Fort Wayne North Ride 28,5 five: Elkhart 23' .. four and mile relay: Fnrt Wayne Central 17. three and half-mile relay R"chesler 13 three and mile relay; F"rt Wavne S"Uth Side. 13. tour and half-mile relay, Warsaw 13. four: New Haven ll's. two; Huntington 7. two: Marlon 6. three: Arcos 5. one; Kendallvllle 5, one; K' komo 5, two; Columbia City :1V three: Delphi 3, one: Flmhurst 24. one; Oeneva 2S. one: LaFontatne 2. one: Mississinewa l1-,. one: Nappanee 1V one: Middle-bury H 100-1 Huffer. New Haven: 2. S'rmt-fellnw. -Huntlneton: 3 Bouev. Fort Wayne Cenlral, 4. Hill. Rochester. 10 1 ( ties rW220-l. Huffer. New Haven: 2. Hill. Rncnes'er; 3 Shaw I.a Fontaine: 4, String-fellow. .Huntington. 22 8. 440-1 1.. Snyder. Fnrt Wayne North Side 2 filassburn. F.lkhart: 3. Pinder, Fort Wayne South Side; 4. Juergeni. Hunt-Inuton. SO S 880-1 C. Snyder, Fort Wayne North Sid" 2. Fames, F.iKhart: 3, Wright. irt Wayne South S;de: 4. Felt. Columbia City. 2 OO 5 ( ties record i . Mile-1. M. Truex. Warsaw: 1 Dwigjlns. Koknmo: 3, Conk, Kokomo: 4. D TrueK. Warsaw, 4:2S (new recoid; old reroid 4 30 by Neil Pendercrass. Kokomo, 15151 i. HiBli -Hurdles-1. Cotner. Kendallvllle: 2, Long, Fort Wayne North Side: 3. Archie. Marion: 4. Culliford. Marlon. 15 2. Low Hurdles-1. I.onc. Fort Wayne North Side- 2. Crowder Delphi; 3. Johnson. Fort Wavne South Side: 4. Hedden. Mississinewa. 20 7. Huh Jump-1. Lyons, Fort Wayne North Side: 2. Wilson. Flmhurst. Sohlsler. Re-nev e tie i : 4. Murray. Elkhart. Schrork. Mridleburv. Hedden. Mississinewa (Murray won toss): 6-3 new reeord; old record fl-1'4 hy Dsve Burke Warsaw, and Don Seali Fort Wayne Central. lOSOi. Broad Jump-1. Harrell, Argos: 2, Murray Elkhart; 3. Greene. Fort Wayne Central: 4 CTiavis. Fort Wayne South Side. 21 - 4 1 Pole' Vaillt-1. Miller. Warsaw: 2. D-utsch. Colimbia City. Phend. Columbia Cttv Fields. Nappanee. Lyons. Fort Wavne North Ride and Malntt, New Haven ft'e: Den'srh Pheod and Fields won toss'. 11-6. Shot Put-1 C.rube. Rochester: 2. Berk Marlon: 3 Knee Warsaw; 4. Davis. Fnrt Wavne Central. 50-imi. Mile Relav-1, Elkhart ir,la-hurn. Ball. Robinson Barnes': 2. Rochester: 3. Fort Wavne Nonh S:de- 4 Frt Wayne Central 3 28 "i 'new meet record: old record 3 ;q n hv Flkhart. 1931. Maif-Mile Relay-l. Fort Wayne Central 'Bouev. Kendrlck. Jones Sparks': 2. Fort Wayne Roirh Side: 3. Flkhart: 4. Huntington' i'J' I new mart record; old reeord 133 3 fort Wavne Central. 1049 and 19501. All-Star Basketball Game, The Indianapolis Star 30" N. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis, Ind. Gentlemen, I desire to purchase the number of reserved seats Indicated below for the 1954 Indiana-Kentucky All-Star Basketball Game scheduled at the Butler Field House on Saturday night, June 19. I understand that I will receive the tickets no later than June B. Main Floor Seats (8) S2.0 (Fed. Tax Included) Balcony Seats (H $1.50 I enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope so that you may return the tickets to me. Name Mailing Address Post Office (NOTE-Tlrket sales are limited to six to any person. Make all remittance payabU to the All-Star Game, care of The Indianapolis Star. I A second floor 1 Gary Roosevelt Captures Title East Chicago.! Ind. AP) Gary Froebel Virtually abdicated as defending Indiana high school track champion yesterday, and Gary Roosevelt moved into a contending siot by winning the East Chicago regional. Roosevelt was not too well manned for its state bid next week, though. It qualified both relay teams, the half-mile quartet at a terrific 1:32.2. best in the state this year, but only four individuals. One was Lewis Williams, defending state broad jump champion, who won his event. Team scores and state qualifiers: Gary Roosevelt 26, four Little State Trackmen Vie Today Muncie, Ind. (Sp!.) A three-way fight is expected today in the 49th Little State track meet here. Ball State, DePauw and Wabash are but three of the 13 schools seeking the title. Some 254 athletes are expected to be involved. DePauw will send the largest squad 36 athletes. Ball State is next with 32 followed by Wabash with 28. Hanover 25. Earl-ham and Indiana State 22, Anderson 21, Butler and Indiana Central 16, Franklin 11. St. Joseph's 10, Valparaiso eight and Manchester four. THE TIGERS from Greencastle are defending champions. Butler finished second and Ball State and Wabash tied for third in last year's meet at Greencastle. Two records are expected to be tumbled by Wabash's Stan Huntsman. In meets this season, Huntsman has bettered the existing marks in both the shot put and discus. A third record may go by the boards in the low hurdles where Art Bryant of DrPauw ir the choice. no not sf.vo casH-rsnosi; CHFCK OR MONFT ORDER (Fed. Tax Included) YOUR COMFORT, A HANDSOME, CASUAL SHOE . . . FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, TIME CHART FOR QUALIFIERS! Below is printed a lap chart for timing qualifiers at the Speedway. It is for the convenience of all racing fans. Cut it out . . . take it with you to the track. LAP TIME MILES Min.-Sec. PER HOUR 1:20 112.500 1:19 113.921 1:17 116.883 1:16 118.421 1:15 120.000 1:14 121.621 1:13 123.287 1:12 125.000 1:11 126.760 1:10 128.571 1:09 130.435 1:08 132.743 1:07 134.328 1:06 136.363 1:05.8 136.778 li0)6 el37tl9o 1 ;0o.4 .137. (11 1:05.2 138.037 1:05 138.461 1:04.8 138.889 10 1.6 e ) 139.319 1 04,4 13975l 1:04.2 140.187 1:01 140.625 CompVmens or MAROTT'S SHOE STORE 18 East Washington St. I I P i . 3,2 iiiiyilHiililliiUiliiiiii and both relays: Gary Froebel 14';, five; South Bend Central 13. three; South Bend Riley, 12, three; East Chicago Roo-sevelte 12, three; Mishawaka 12, four; Lafayette 1134, one and one mile relay; HobartS's, two; South Bend Washington 9, one; Valparaiso 8, three; La-Porte 7, four; East Chicago Washington 6, hall-mile relay; Gary Wallace 5, one; Hammond Tech 5. two; Michigan City 3, one; Frankfort 2, one; South Bond Adams 2, one; Rensselaer 2, one; Gary Tolleston 2, none; East Gary 1, one; Gary Edison V one; Michigantown. , none. The summaries: 100-1. John Clark South Bend Central: 2, Louis Williams, East Clilca, Roosevelt; 3. Bernard Haag. LaPorte; 4. Leroy Adams. Gary Roosevelt. 10 I lira meet record set by Joe Gonzales .Gary Froebel. 19401. 220-1. John Clark, South Bend Central: 2, Leroy Adams, Gary Roosevelt; 3 Bernard Haag LaPorte; 4, Ray Kuhrts. Valparaiso; 21.7 inew record; old record 21.9 by jo Gonzales, Gary Froebel, 19491. 440-1. Clyde Austin. South Bend Wash-Ington; 2. Maynaid Thompson. Michigan City: 3. Richard Wedell, South Bend Adams; 4. Bill Nienianstuerdriet. Lata-ette; 50 4. 880-1 Kurt Hofmann. Gary Wallace; 2, Fd Bafia. Hammond Tech; 3. Clifford Cualandl. East Chicago Roosevelt: 4. Don Holm, LaPorte; 1:59.9 l new record; old record 2 00 0. Andy Graham. South Benl Central, 19511. Mlle-1. Ed Smith. Gary Roosevelt: 2. Darvln Robinson. Gary Froebel: 3. Datt Lubs, LaP rte: 4. Julian Williams. Misha-w&kei 4 T ? 4 HUh Hurdles-1. John A hell. South Bend Riley; 2, Alfred Hadley. Gary Froebel: 3, Tom Ford. Hammond Tech; 4. Beach. ArrowsmlTh, Mishawaka. :15, Low Hurdles-1. Bob Buck. Gary Froe. bel: 2, John Abed, houth Bend Rllev: 3. Chuck Proudflt. Mishawaka: 4, Jerom Ward. Gary Roosevelt; 19.S (new meet record: old record 20.2 set by Abell, 19 5 3 1. Hith Jump-1. Dirk Whltaker. Smith, Bend Riley, and I.eroy Johnson. Mlshswaka itle': 3, Alfred Hadley. Gary Froehel; 4, Etltrene Greenlaw, Garv Froebel. and Jim Johnston (tie; Greenlaw won draw; -!!. Broad Jump-1, Lewis Williams. Fat Chicago Roosevelt: 2. Jack Cote. South Bend Central: 3. George Clouse. Rensselaer; 4, Jesse Crowder. Gary Froebel: 21-2 Pole Vault-1. Jim Johnston, Hobart, and Ronnie Mner Valnaraiso (tie': 3, Kenneth Jameson. Gary Edison. Max Rich-ey. Michigantown, David Pltstrk. Lafayette, and Jack Cote. South Bend Central ftle: Jameson and Rlchey won drawi; 11-8. Shot Put-1. Russell . Garrintt, Hobart; 2. DeLoa Fry. Valparaiso; 3, i'hll Duoler. Frankfort: 4, Ed Houck. East Cary; 82-1H. Mile Relay-l, Lafavette, (Don Carver, Howard Wysnt. Harold Travlolla Bill Nlemanstuerdrlet i: 2. Garv Roosevelt; 3, Routi Bead Washington; 4. East Chicago Roosevelt: 3:30.5 . Half -Mile Rehv-1. Gary Roosevelt 'James Tnlliver Alex Rtldle. Raymond Morrh. Leroy Adams': 2. East OitcafO Washington: 3. Mishawaka; 4. Gary Tolleston: 12 2 LATE MODEL STOCK GAR I Kf'.UfcJ) Tonite 8:30 Qualifying 7 P.M. 16th St. Speedway 50-Lap Championship Feature General Admission . . . .$1.50 Reserved Grandstand $2 Boxes $3 TIME CHART mOSBBmm II ft i " fcltlfc'J - n t ' iTni fl mi -mirri si or i. ri

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