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Saturday, August 10, 1963
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1U TIIK :oi;iUKK.JOliRNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY., SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1963 SECTION 2 : r Stickles, Stock Retain Crowns diet Jastreiuski Fails To Qualify For Final By JERRY LISKA Attoclatad Praia Chicago, Aug. 9 Two defending champions went down to humiliating defeats and two titlists easily repeated in Friday's opening session of the National A.A.U. Outdoor Swimming and Diving Championships. World recordholder Chet Jas- : tremski of Indiana University's super-star squad, representing the Indianapolis Athletic Club, never even got to defend his 100-meter breaststroke crown, failing to place among the eight qualifiers. Defending champion Lou Vitucci finished behind Larry Andreasen, 17, Anaheim, Cal., in the 3-meter springboard diving finals. Andreasen won over runner-up Rick Gilbert, the National A.A.U. indoor champion; fourth-finishing Vitucci, and Pan-American champion Tom Dinsley, the Hoosier from Canada, who wound up eighth. The only record produced in the opening day's six-event program was a U. S. citizen's mark in the 400-meter freestyle by another California youngster, Don Schollander, also 17. World recordholder Ted Stickles of the Indianapolis A.C., in the 400-meter individual medloy, and another Hoosier, world recordholder Tom Stock In the 200-back-stroke, gave a small Indiana University contingent something to cheer about by retaining their titles. The 100-meter breaststroke, in which defending champion Jastremski failed to qualify by a tenth of a second, was won by Southern California freshman Bill Craig in 1:10.2 compared with Jastremski's 1961 world record of 1:07.5. 'I just didn't get up for this meet," Jastremski said. Stickles' 4:55.0 victory in the 400 individual medley, as he won by eight feet over Hoosier teammate Ralph Kendruck, was well behind his 4:51.0 world mark. Chicago Race Gets Spotlight Atioclattd Prais Editorialist goes after his richest plum of the year at Chicago today, the $50,000 Arlington Park Handicap. Lamb Chop, meanwhile, attempts to bolster her claim to a 3-year-old filly title in Saratoga's $50,000 Alabama Stakes. Other headliners Include the Summaries Of Finals 200-mttar backjrroka 1. Tom Stork, Indianapolis A.C., 3:11.4. 2. (tie) Edward Bartsrh, unattached. Philadelphia, and Jed Graef, North Jarsey S. A., 2:15.0. 4. Runsell Klmtery, Veiper Boat Club, Philadelphia, 2:16.2, 9. Rich, aid McGreath, Verduaa Hill, Calif., t. C, 2:18.3, 6 Olenn Hammer, lnrilan-apnlls AC. 2:H. 7. Bill Utley, lima, dale. 111. S.A., 2:21.2 I. Thompaon FINAL CLOSE-OUT! USED 095 TIRES L ALL SIZES FIRST COME . . . FIRST SERVED All Recaps Reduced for Clearance REMEMBER! You Can Shop Saturday Nite 'til 8 P.M. Cloiina) Sun. Morning til Further Notice. AUTO PARTS Shelby and Broadway JU 7-6065 Open Daily To 9 Mann, North Carolina A.C., 2:22.2. 4 00-meter fr.ntyle 1. Don Schol. lander, banta Clara SC., 4:17.7, 2, William Karley, Lou Angeles A.C.. 4:21.0. 3. Roy Saari, El Sefunda S.C., 4:22.3. 4 Gary Verhoeven, lodlanapoila AC, 4:23.2. 9. Richard Bllrk, lndlanap-olla A.C., 4:27.0. 6. Peter Slnti, In-dlanapolla A.C., 4:27.7. 7. Michael Wall, Santa Clara AC, 4:27.11. a. Richard Allen, lndianapolii A C. 4:302. 100-meter butterfly 1, Walter Rich. ardm, Gopher S.C., 58.8. 2. Fred. Schmidt, Indianapnlia A.C., S8.8 (nee-ond on JudKes' dcclnlon). 3. (tie) Carl Roble. Veter, B.C., and I.ary Schulhof, Indianapolis A.C.. 5. Richard Mrdel-phla, and Lary Sohulhof, lndianapolii A.t., :68.2, 5. Richard McDonough, New Jeraey S.A., 30.6. 6. Kevin Berry, New York, 69.8. 7. Cary Ilman, San Jo, Cal. 1:00.1. I. Daniel bherry. North York Liona S.C., 1:01.0. J-meter dlvlne-1. Larry Andreanem, Anaheim, Cal., 437.90. 2. Rick Gilbert. Indlanapolla A. C, 529.30. 3 Tom Gompf, Air Force, 528.95 4 Loul Vitucci, Blue Hill C. C 513.05. 9. Ken Sltibener, Oak Park, 111., 481.85 8. Frank Gorman, Navy. 478.30. 7. John Voiiel, Indianapolis AC, 477 0. I. Tom Dinaley, lndianapolii A. C, 454.30. 100-meter breatroke-l. William Craig, Verduna Hill, S. C, 1:10.2. 2 Thomaa Tretheway, Indlanapolla A C.', 1:10.8. 3. Ken Merten. Loa Anelea A. C, 1:11.5. 4. Ken Front. Indlanapolla A. C, 1:11.8. 6. Paul Scheerer, Hinda-dale, III., 1:13.0. 7. Wayne Anderaon, Santa Clara, S. C, 1:13.2. I. VlrgU Luken, Gopher. S. C 1:13.4. 400-meter Individual medley 1. Ted Stickles, Indianapolis A. C. 4:55.0. 2. Ralph Kendrlck, Indlanapolla, A. C 4:56.7. S. Richard Rothatherton. Cal., 4:57.9. 4. Carl Roble. Vesper, B. C, 4:59.4. 5. Kenneth Webb, Portland, Ore., 4:59.1. 0. William Utley, Hlimiale. III., 5:02.4. 7. John Porter. City of Commerce, S. C. 8:04.0 8. Douglas HusmII, Dallas, Texas. 5:11.1. Afiociated Preu Wirephote WHO, ME? . . . Getting the news from poolside that he qualified in the 100-meter butterfly event in the national Amateur Athletic Association swim prelims is Dick McDonough of the New Jersey Swimming Association. The meet is being held in Chicago. Late Models Go At Fairgrounds Rain washed out last night's "Figure 8" activity at Fair-grounds Motor Speedway. The new and late-model cars are scheduled to roll tonight. Qualifications start at 6 o'clock and the first race at 8. The feature event is a 30-lapper. Jesse Baird and Andy Hamp- $25,000 Ventnor Turf Handicap at Atlantic City, the $10,000 Ballymoss Handicap at Laurel, and the La Jolla Mile at Del Mar which was split in two divisions. Editorialist, owned by Fourth Estate Stable, carries high weight of 122 pounds and is the probable favorite, but has some stiff rivals in the one-mile Arlington race. One is Cadiz, winner of the $100,000 Hollywood Gold Cup, who packs 118 pounds. The other is Elmendorf Farm's 3-year-old B. Major, who has 115. 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Ken Reiter, Bobby Watson and , Earl Balmer have moved up to make a fight of it. Tomorrow night the Figure 8 will share the spotlight with "racing" animals, who'll be ridden by Speedway drivers and perhaps by members of the press, radio and television. Last night's rainchecks will be honored either tonight or tomorrow night. I Jesse Baird Page, Effinger Vie In Main TV Fight Heavyweights William Page and Eugene Effinger are matched in the main event of tonight's weekly WAVE-TV amateur boxing show (64:30 p.m., channel 3). Light-heavyweights Wade Martin and William Anderson are in the semi-windup and featherweights Larry Rush and Don Lawrence in the curtain-raiser. Standby bouts are Paul Shep-pard vs. James Williams; Marvin Horton vs. Charles Gowdy and Robert Green vs. Paul Miller. Rain Halts Softball Last night's play in the County Softball Tournament was rained out. The same program is rescheduled tonight. Herbie Hinojosa, has won five stakes this season. With 11 starters the race will gross $56,800, the winner taking $34,300. William Haggin Perry's 'Lamb Chop finally caught up with Spicy Living and beat her in both the Coaching Club American Oaks and the Monmouth Oaks to take the lead in the sophomore filly division. Spicy Living has a bruised heel and was held out of the 83d ' running of the Hi-mile Alabama. The favorite, to be ridden by Braulio Baeza, carries 124 pounds and goes as an entry , with Batteur, 114. Ventnor Attracts 11 Hot Dust, winner of three I stakes this year, meets 10 other ' the Richmond Boat Club. Finals are scheduled tomorrow, starting at 1:30 p.m. Qualifying in other events was held yesterday. Represented, in addition to the host club, were Audubon, Big Spring, Louisville Boat Club, Owl Creek, River Road and Wildwood. Boat SALE! End of Season CLEARANCE See Our Classified Ad Today Classification 66 NEW ALBANY MOTOR CO. t. Mi I Spring St. 1628 Division St. New Albany. Ind. 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