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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Member of The Associated Press. Sc Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY. MAY 31, 1952 Established January IS, 1836. Illini Qualify 16 in Track Championship Michigan Only Threat to Johnson's Protepps By IIAHKV STAPLER ANN ARBOR, Mich., May 31. A> —Favored Illinois barged into the finals of the Western Conference track and field championships today and needed only to fight off 1he challenge of Michigan to grab all of the conference's four major titles of the 1951-52 season. By qualifying 16 finalists yesterday to Michigan's 12, Illinois' defending champions were in good • position to add the track title to (lie Big Ten football, basketball and baseball crowns. Illinois shared the baseball title with Michigan. Michigan's chances to topple flic Illini rested with its distance duo of Don McEu-en and John Ross. Shot putter and discus thrower Uo- land Nilsson and dash-man Jack Carroll. Illinois put its hopes on dash-man Cirilo McSween. hurdler Joel Mo Nulty, pole vaulters Dick Coleman and Dick Calish, high-jumper Ron Mitchell and dash-man Willie Williams. Michigan Slate and Towa qualified seven men each for today's finals at the University of Michigan's Ferry Field. Behind them came Indiana with five, Ohio State and Minnesota with three each, and Northwestern, Wisconsin and Purdue with two each. The preliminaries, staged before 4000 sun-bathed fans, went, about as expected. Illinois slipped in the dashes, but did better than expected in the hurdles. Koss Rpcovered Michigan made up for some minor disappointments when Ross, Ilia week ago, qualified easily in a flash-fast 880-yard heat. Illinois' Henry Cryer won the heat: in 1:51:9—believed to be the fastest Big Ten preliminary time ever recorded. No qualifying trials were held in the pole vault, high jump, one-mile, two-mile and one-mile relay. Illinois' Coleman and Calisch, who jumped 14 feet five inches earlier, were favored in the pole vault, and Mitchell was the high jump favorite, although he expected to get competition from Michigan's Milt Mead. The-two tied at the Southern Relays at Birmingham, Ala. Michigan's Ross and" McEwen were the choice to battle one-two in the mile race, with McEwen perhaps taking it easy and settling for second. Later in the day McEwen was to need all his energy in the two-mile duel with Rich Gerguson, sensational Iowa freshman. Iowa's team was the choice in the one-mile relay, with Michigan and Illinois pressing. Illini qualify in Every Event Illinois placed at least one man in each of the nine qualifying events: Michigan missed qualifying in only the 220-yard low hurdles. Both Illinois and Michigan came up with the day's best performances in three events. The Illini's McNulty breezed over the 120-yard high hurdles in 1-1.7. Cryer won the 880 and Willie Williams pounded home first in the 220-yard dash in 22.1 Michigan's Jack Carroll won the 4'10-yard dash in 49 seconds flat, Horace Coleman leaped 23 feet 3 7 s inches in the broad jump, Nilsson whirled the shot put 54 feet. Illinois also qualified Williams in the 100, McSween in the 440 and 220, Wilbur Thomson in the 120-yard high and 220-yard low hurdles, McNulty and Joe Corley in the 220 low hurdles, Stacey Siders and Law!on Lamb in the 880, Joe Gonzalcs in 220, Tom Floyd and Clark Hillor in the broad jump, Marvin Derelict, in the shot- put and discus, and Art Twardock in the discus. Michigan also qualified Bill Konrad in the 100 and 220, Walt Atchison and Van Bruner in the 120- yard high hurdles, Ross and Aaron Gordon in the 880, Tom Johnson in the shotput, Nilsson and Roy Pella in the Discus. Other best performances were: James Golliday, Northwestern, 100-yards, 10,0; Tom Hughes, Purdue, 220 low hurdles, 24.0; George Holm, Minnesota, discus, 159 feet 10% inches. Mangrnm Tops Western Field In 2nd R o u n d Sluggers Shine In Men's League ________ Monty Gibby and Barrel House won easy victories in the Wood River Men's League, Thursday. The Monts swamped Wood River Italian lodge, 21-5 although counting nine hits. Holrnan, hurling for the Italians, gave up 12 walks. Barrel House pounded out 17 hits to defeat H & H. 16-8, as Baker paced the batters with five for five. Barrtl Haute (IB) HAH <») Plover AB R H Player AB R H Baker.If 5 3 5B.Wert.cf Hopper.3b 5 2 2D.Ufert.s,» C.Wolv'ton.rf 5 1 IRudyb'ghlf LcClalre.lb 2 0 oLawrence.lf F WoWt.on.2b 2 o 0 Harmon.rt Burite,lb-2b - - -- • Holliway.c 4 1 I 3 2 1 1 0 1 ST. LOT'lS, May 31 .T - Crafty Lloyd Mangrum had the lend to himself in the '19lh Western Onen golf tournament today with a two- tinder-par 13S as the field of 63 players, trimmed at the 36-hole mark, swung into the third round. The touring pros gained a little on West wood country club's stubborn par 70 yesterday, but they couldn't do much about overhauling Mnngrum. hot on the trail of the $2400 first prize after finishing as the No. 1 money winner in 1(151. Tommy Bolt of Durham. N. O.. who had tied Mangrum for the lead after 18 holes, fell back to second with a 7,'i and a Ml total. Five other players, however, managed to give par a going over. One was Jim Frisinia of Taylor- vine, III., who scored 69. Karl Wilde of Rock Island. III., an unknown who had third place to himself on an opening round Gil, had to shoot a pur 35 on (lie back nine yesterday lo save himself a 75 and ; three-way tie for sixth with Jim Ferrier. San Francisco, and Freddie Haas, New Orleans, at 144. Dodgers Head West, Hodges Breaks Slump MimiipMinoso$liic.«TIiiTO Homers for Cltisnv 4 3 2Fo 3 ter.rf -------- 3 i iRoux.Sb T Wolv'ton.p 4 2 2Polovii;h.lb . Crutchjy.cl He»ter.el ' J 0 OCulp.c 3 J IHarrnon.Zb INNING: Ban-,, 3 1 2 200 222 400 4 1 2 4 1 2 4 0 1 a» 200 100 3»iei7 Totals . 34 8 12 I J 3 4 5 6 7—R H E 4057000 16 17 3 • 100020 a 12 a Domino's Blank St. Charles 4-0 Lon<: Hurls One Hiitrr in First Appearance With Charley Long putting in his first: appearance of the season, the Domino softball team defeated the strong St. Charles Moose A to 0 Friday night at Busch's Diamond. In setting the Moose nine down with one hit and striking out four batsmen. Long shared the star of the game honors with left fielder Paul Slaughter, clean-up hitter, who tripled his second time at bat lo score two runs and singled in the first inning. Domino scored their first two runs off N. Grubhs, St. Charles hurler, in the third inning. Becker- opened with a single to center. Losch was safe on an error, Becker advancing to second. Slaughter then tripled to the right field fence scoring Becker and Losch. Domino scored two more runs in the fifth inning with Long singling, Becker reached base on a fielder's choice, Losch walked, Slaughter reached base on a fielder's choice, and then with the bases loaded Cemeron singled sharply through the box to score Becker and Losch for the final two runs of the game. Long in making his appearance, gave up one hit. He struck out four and issued only one base on balls. Domino's next home game at Busch's diamond will be against the Busch team of Jerseyville, Wednesday, at 8 p. m. Busch'g Farm Domfno Player ABRH Player ABRH D.Griibb.2b 2 0 OWood.Sb 300 G.Holland'r.cf 3 0 OBecker.ss 421 L.Koen'm'n.ss 3 0 ILosch.Zb 220 J.Grubbs.c 3 0 OSlauRhtcr.rf 302 E.C'rt.'w'y.lb 3 0 OCambrotUb 301 L.Boschert.Sb 3 0 OSmith.cf 300 G.Crammer.lt 2 0 OGibson.lf 000 T.W.Lbr'd.rf 2 0 ONasello.lf 200 N.Grubbs.p 2 0 OOsborne.c 200 Long.p 301 Totals . . 23 0 1 Totals .. 25 4 5 INNING: 12345 6-7—R. H. E. St. Charles 0000000 012 Domino 002020* 451 Indiana Leading In Big Ten Tennis tt.v OHI.O ROBERTSON Associated I'reiM Spurts \Vrilrr Tlio storm flacs were flying today as (lie Brooklyn Dodgers headed west and Ihe Chicago White Sox moved east with two of their 1fl5I hilling stars once again wielding big bats. True, two games do not make a ;season, but Gil Hodges. Dodgers' j first baseman, and Minnie Minoso. [ the White Sox great 1951 freshman 1 otilfii'ldfr, pounded (be ball yesterday in a manner that brought joy to their followers. Hodges broke out of bis dismal .198 balling slump to drive home eight runs as the Dodgers whipped Ihe Boston P.raves 5-I and II-2. He uon Ihe first will] a three-run homer in the eighth and nailed down Ibe second with another three-run blast in the fifth. At the end of Ihe Memorial Day douhleheader, Gil was sporting a more respectable .227 average and the Brooks trailed (lie National League leading New York Gianls by only a half-game. .Minnie Krturns Minoso, idle since May 18 with lorn ligaments in his right foot, played an important role in tightening Iho American League pennant scrap. He bad only a .237 average Koing into the twin bill, but when Ibe day's work was done it was three points higher as Ihe result of three home runs that led the Chicagoans to a double victory over the pace-setting Cleveland Indians, 7-2 and 3-1. Minnie hit a three-run homer in the seventh of the opener to break a 2-2 deadlock and belted round trippers in the fifth and seventh innings of the nightcap to provide Joe Dobson with the margin of victory. The Giants lost ground by dividing a doubleheader with Philadelphia, dropping the opener 3-0 and winning the second 4-2. The Chicago Cubs whipped the Cincinnati Reds, 7-6 and 11-0, and Joe Garagiola pounded out a three-run ninth inning homer to give the lowly Pittsburgh Pirates a 4-3 win over St. Louis after the Cards had won the.first encounter 3-2. Bosox Move Up And in the American League the Boston Red Sox moved within a game of the Indians by capturing the nightcap, 5-3, after Eddie Yost's three-run ninth inning homer gave the Washington Senators a 5-2 win in the first half of the twin-bill. The split left the Senators two games off the pace and the White Sox three. Meantime, the Yankees found troublesome foes in little Bobby Shantz and Bob Hooper as the Philadelphia Athletics took two from the world champions, 2-1 in 14 innings and 4-2. The champs trail by three and one-half games. The Detroit Tigers and St. Louis Browns broke oven in the other doubleheader. The Bengals won the second in 12 innings, 8-5, with two bases-loaded singles, after the Brownies had captured the opener, 3-2 on a double by Joe De- Maestri, S ports American Association Hit Hard By Television Boxing Big 10 Athletic Maxie Hooper Commissioner American League ' Km> ' 8 f T i n . F o 5 • 4 Victory Under Prexies - J Evanston, 111., May 31 /T — Indiana, undefeated for the season, led defending champion Michigan State 50-46 entering today's finals of the Big Ten tennis meet. Both team favorites sent five singles players and two doubles teams int othe wind-up round. Iowa and Northwestern were expected to duel for third place with 23 and 22 points, respectively after yesterday's semi-finals. Illinois had 18, Michigan 15, Purdue 13, Wisconsin 7, Ohio State 3 and Minnesota 2. Top-seeded Stan Drobac of Michigan State will face Iowa's Norman Barnes for the No. 1 singles crown. Drobac yesterday defeated Jim Daloy of Wisconsin 6-2, 6-2, while Barnes advanced with a 7-5 6-2 decision over Bob Burnham of Indiana. Fights Last Night By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK—Roland La Starza. IBS',, New York, outpointed Dan Buc-ceroni, 1H1'«, Philadelphia, 10. NEW ORLEANS—Chico Varona UT'a, Havana, stopped Walter Haine«, H5i 4 , New Orleans, 9. Rug Cutters Rout Elm Street, 22-2 Rug Cutters made merry at bal and on the bases lo defeat Elm Street, 22-2, in a Toen-Age league game at Hellrung, Thursday. The winners scored in every inning, with eight in the big third frame. Hellrung players made 11 hits to defeat Norsiidc, 9 to -1, in the other Teen-Age contest. Hill paced the baiters with three safeties. The score: Elm Street H H 000 020 0 2 3 Hellrung 284 511 2 22 13 Xoriid* Player AB R Ciouson.sa Konko,2b Oilks.ab Dickerson.U Pusso.lf Kelly ,c Stionski.rf Floss,Ib-p Myers,p Hayes, Ib Hamer.rf 5 1 2 1 1 2 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 3 0 2 0 llellrunf H Player AB R H OHarrison.U IChristian.lb IHill.ab iWhite.ss IMarquis.cf 1 Lutea.c ONeudeeker.rf 4 OHenson.2b 3 1 Moris,p 2 1 1 4 4 4 1 3 4 1 1 332 4. 1 1 1 1 I 1 0 0 Totals .. 27 4 7 Totali .. 32 911 INNING: I 2 H 4 A 6 7—R. H. E. Hellrung 0101520 911 Noriide 0010120 47 Telegraph Want Ads "Click" . . Zini'm»ker,|» 4 3 3 Hendriclts, 2 * HALF MILE MOTORCYCLE RACES SUNDAY, JUNE 1 LiQION PARK. jERSfYVIUi, ILL. 9 EVENTS - Time TriaU U A. M., 0-S.T. Chili Cleveliiml Boston Wiish'lon Chicago New York St. Louis Philadel. Detroit w i 25 17 21! 16 •it Pet W L .595 .605 .5S| .579 .590 .504 17 .553 .561 ,53S 19 .525 .537 .512 17 .514 .52S .500 24 .455 .467 ,144 19 .441 ,157 .429 Bhcl . 6 6 10':: VKSTMR!)AV'S It KS1 I,TS St. Louis !>-5. Del roil L'-S i second g.'ime. 12 innings I. Washington 5-!i. Boslrm 2-5. Philadelphia 2-4. New York 1-2 'first giimc 1-1 innings i. Chic.'igo 7-3. Cleveland 2-1. ron.AV's sriiKW I.K Si. Louis al Philadelphia, night. Detroit al Washington, night. Cleveland at Now York. Chicago at Boston. the proper Ihe illusnrv TOMORROWS SCHEDULE Cleveland at New York. Chicago at Boston. Detroit at Washington. SI. Louis at Philadelphia. National League G»me» Club W L Pet. W L Bhd New York 27 10 .730 .737 .711 ... Brooklyn 26 10 .722 .730 .703 'i Chicago 23 16 .590 .600 .575 5 Cincinnati 19 20 .487 .500 .475 9 Philadel. 17 19 .472 .486 .459 9'-> St. Louis IS 22 .450 .463 .439 10'i Boston 13 22 .371 .389 .361 13 Pittsburgh 9 33 .214 .233 .209 20<i YESTERDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 3-3. Pittsburgh 2-4. Philadelphia 3-2. New York 0-4, Brooklyn 5-11. Boston 4-2. Chicago 7-11. Cincinnati 8-0. TODAY'S SCHEDULE Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Cincinnati at Chicago. Only games scheduled. TOMORROW'S SCHEDULE New York at St. Louis (2>. Brooklyn at, Chicago. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (2). Boston at Cincinnati (2). Boosters and « Litchf ield to Play Tonight The Northside Boosters will be hosts to the Litchf ield Moose team in the feature softball attraction at 8:30 tonight at the Northside Playground. The Northsiders are looking for their third win and the visiting Moose team will also be out for their third victory. The Litchfield team will be sparked by the big bats of Jim Vancil and Bill Maurizio and show the same fast: team which went to the state final ASA playoffs last season at Bloomington. The Northside lineup will be Harold Ufert, second base; Jim Eisenrich, third base; Chet Rayborn, first base; Larry Ziinmer, catch; Don Tutt or Tom Ufert right field; Al Hoelter, center field; George Haddad or Tom Wcidman. left field; Dick Kostoff, short stop; and, Sam Whitmer, pitch; Ralph McClain. Tom Marquis and Jack Hill will be in reserve. Sunday evening the Northside team will travel to Jacksonville for their first road game. They are scheduled to meet the Jacksonville Recreation Club there to open the season at the Southside Park. Stranahan Finalist In British Amateur n.v (JAVl.tt T.M.HOT INDIANAPOLIS, MHV , n ,l. .T 1 Think big Icauuc baseball dubs and college football II-HIIIS are suffering at the Kale' because of television compciiiion" Look what's i happening lo Ihe American Asso-1 ciatinn. one of the strongest Iriplc-A baseball leagues. Throe nights ago. \\lien Kid fl.''\ilan. Ihe welterweight champion, toyed wilh Fit/i Pruden of Canada on Ihe regular weekly enast-to-roa.s^Jho.Nmg show, a total of IIS'J fans paid to witness three Association games. Thai's scarce-i ly enough income to pay Ihe; groundkccpi rs. The fight, if that is term, was held here in hope it might attract some of the thousands of \ isitors who were in town for the Memorial Day ")00- mile race. II didn't do that, but it ]<opl so many fans glued to their television sets that only tili"> braved Ibe nighl air to watch Ibe Indianapolis club |ila\ Toledo. Among those at Ibe I'igbl was the general manager of the Indians. A few years ago, they say, the Association was thinking seriously j of not playing on Saturday nights i because of poor attendance. Now! il .is'the Wednesday night boxing show which is bringing howls of: anguish from Ibe big league clubs | which must, eventually, fool the I deficits of their farm teams in the ' Association. The Kansas Cily Blues already! have given up bucking Ibe free I fight show and arc playing their j Wednesday games in Ibe after- i noon, but it appears to have helped | very little. The sports dollar, from j all accounts, has become scarce i faster in Ihe midwest than in some i other parts of Ihe country, with Ihe result that Ihe average fan hereabouts does not go looking for a plwcr to spend his money in the afternoon when ho knows he can gel in on Ihe cuff in Ihe evening. Even with Ihe Blues playing matinees, the average attendance for the Association on Wednesdays has been running only slightly over 700 per game. CHAMPAIGN. 111.. May 31 .T - Trog Ruttman Takes Crown At Indianapolis Max Hooper's pinch-hit single with ,-.,,..-, • i t f\ At'linM (l>tll<l SllTllflllirn bases-loaded in the llth inning 1 "ill VllkoVlch LOSES Oil! Position of AN\ AHKOR. Mich.. May A shift in (he respo (he administration of Rig provided Illinois with a 5-4 win over Ohio University yesterday in the opener of their district NCAA playoff. The hesl-of-lhree .series will be completed today with the winner taking on Ihe Western Michi- 1' for Ten gall-Wisconsin playoff A? Car Fails By DALE BUROESS INDIANAPOLIS. /P athletics was organi/ed here lo-«"' r 'ck for n chance at Ihe NCAA , ...jTroy Rutlman. al 22 the younge-' 1 ncx drivnr j n i n e vacp, \von the fame' day following action of conference championship round in Omaha athletic directors and (acuity representatives. 1'nder a now setup, yesterday by both groups, "»-i, f f Big Ten commissioner will hence-i° forth be elected by Ihe council of! ten the presidents of Ihe member institutions. June 12. Western Michigan defenled the , Badgers 5-2 at Kalama/no in their '•„„,' „ ,, i brnrkcl of Ihe district No. 4 plny- ijtoups, the, _„ , ...;,, jjpj.jjjp .i.- ...-. wmnCT today. At Champaign. Hooper's Rame- clinchinc single followed Bruce be In addition Ihe commissioner will Km/ior's double and walks to required to report tu ice vearU • JlTpoSl™ 8 " ™* '•"" Kriinl/ ' 500-mile Indianapolis Motor Speed way auto race yesterday as harr; luck knocked the prize out of Bit Vukovich's grasp. Vukovich apparently hnr! thr race won in the 192 lap when hi; steering shaft, broke and his on brushed the northwest outer wall Thai left Ruttman far ahead r his nearest opponent and he \vn MA JO* LEAGUE By Till: ASSOCIATED PRESS National Lea (till- BATTING—Saucr. Chicago, .338; Robinson, Brooklyn, .330. RUNS—Lockman, New York, 32; Williams, New York, 29. RUNS BATTED IN—Sauer, Chicago, 45: Thomson, New York, 35. HITS—Saucr, Chicago, 32; Adams, Cincinnati. 49. DOUBLES—Williams. New York and Musial, St. Louis. 12; Miskls, Chicago, and Merson, Pittsburgh, 11. TRIPLES—Thomson. New York, 5; Adcock. Cincinnati and Ennis, Philadelphia, 4. HOME RUNS—Sauer, Chicago, 10; Pafko. Brooklyn. 9. STOLEN BASES—Reese and Robinson. Brooklyn. 6; Jethroe, Boston and Fondy, Chicago. 5 PITCHING—Maglie, New York, 8-0, 1.000: Roe, Brooklyn. 4-0. 1.000. STRIKEOUTS—Maglie, New York. 51; Rush, Chicago, 46. American League BATTING — DiMaggio, Boston, .338; Rosen. Cleveland. .33B. RUNS—Avila. Cleveland, 28; Simpson and Rosen. Cleveland, 20. RUNS BATTED IN—Rosen, Cleveland. 30; Dropo. Boston, 26. HITS—Simpson. Cleveland. 54; Fox, Chicago. 52. TRIPLES — Simpson, Cleveland and Dclsing. St. Louis, 4: Minoso, Chicago, Avila and Rosen. Cleveland. Mullin, Detroit and Wilson. Washington, 3. HOME RUNS—Rosen, Cleveland. 10; Werlz, Detroit 8. STOLEN BASES — Riz/uto, New York 8; Avila, Cleveland. H. PITCHING—Shea. Washington, 3-0, 1 OUO; Shant/.. Philadelphia, 8-1. ! STRIKEOUTS — Shantz, Philadelphia, , 48; McDermolt, Boston and Pierce, Chi- j cago, 47. In (lie president^, and they will dictate the lorms of bis contract, uilb I he recomniendiition of Hie faculty representatives. The new program, expected lo lie pul into elfecl sometime ho- Iween now and next fall, will in Wisconsin, effect make Ihe commissioner responsible lo (he college presidents rather than lo Ihe athletic direc- : tors and faculty representatives,! as in the past. j Two Clititigrft | The conference officials also dc-i cided on Iwo changes in enforce-' menl procedure in the Big Ten. The commissioner shall henceforth report a violation of conference regulations lo the president, the faculty representative, and the athletic director of (lie school involved. Past practice has called for "reporting lo Ihe member institution." In addition, Iho commissioner shall report the imposition of any penally for those violations to the same threesome. The action could add considerable strength to Ihe position of Commissioner Kenneth "Tug" Wilson whose contract was renewed for five years last year by the directors and faculty representatives. The meeting opened here Wednesday in conjunction with the 52nd annual Western Conference Track & Field Championships on Michigan's Ferry Field. The wind up of Ihe two day track meet was scheduled today. • Schedule Tn other business, athletic directors and football coaches failed for the third straight day to break a scheduling log jam and adjourned at midnight. The chief problem centers around providing a 1955-56 home football schedule for Michigan State College. The Spartans were intent on getting three conference home games amid considerable opposition. Out of the directors and faculU representatives meetings also camo approval of Ihe following conference meets for 1953: fencing, al Ohio Slate. March 7; gymnastics nl Michigan Stale. March 6-7; indoor track at Illinois. March 6-7; out-j door track at Purdue. May 29-30; swimming at Iowa, March 5-6-7; and wrestling at Indiana, March 6-7. easily in the record time of thrr Bob Potter, who replaced C.errv I hollrs - ' l:! i"'™"™ ""d 41.8* sc Smith after Ohio U. lied Ihe score ' omls r °' Hn f « vp ™K c ot ™- y - ' in Ihe lop of ihe eighth, was the ; milrs '"''' llonr winner. I Kill I man. of Lymuiod. Calif., le : Western Michigan. Mid-America ;1 single lap, the 12lh. and the champion, fashioned a fow-nm ; " to ' oar t shifted between him an j fifth inning lo ice Iho game with j Vukovich only when they mad Iwo pit slops apiece for tires and fuel. Vukovich went ahead thr last time on the 148th lap. Ruttman was gaining about two seconds a lap on Vukovich but that wouldn't have been enough. Then Wood River Eagles Win 6th Straight The Wood River Kagles baseball learn won their sixlh .straight game of the season Friday at Dl'fingham by defeating the Kffinuham Comets P.-1. Jones on Ihe hill for the winners limited the home team to six- hits. The Kngles won the game in the second inning by scoring two tallies. They added an insurance run in Ihe seventh frame. Kffingham scored their lone tally in Ihe fiflh inning. For the Wood River club Carroll with two out of four was the leading sticker. All members of the team had at least one hit with the exception of Dorsey and Jones. Arnold with two for four lead the Effingham attack. Philips hurling for Kffingham limited Wood River to eight hits. M'.R. F.arln Kfflnitham Cornel* Pln.ver ABRH Plnyer AB H H Becker.ss 5 t 1 Detro Slmm's,3b 4 0 IT.McDevIt Harper.Zb 3 1 U.McDevit Slaughter.ir 4 0 J Arnold Dorscy.rf 3 n OMonnott Marmlno.c 4 0 1 Alexander Carroll,Ib 4 0 2Orvodnhl Elbe.cf 4 1 ILudwig 4 0 OPhillp» Jones,p Totals . . INNING: W.n. Eagles EffinKham 400 4 0 1 400 402 4 1 1 4 4 300 301 0 1 35 3 8 Totals .. 1 2 3 4 S 6 7 8 fl- 020000100 000010000 34 I 6 •R. H. E. 380 1 fi 0 Morton Takes Baseball Title With 5 -3 Win the leader crashed. Vokovich "The Mad Russian" to midget racing fans, cried unashamedly and groaned, "What a dirty, lousy, no- good break." Ruttman and his car owner, J C. Agajanian of San Pedro, Calif., will pick up a check for about $65,000 tonight at the annual speedway victory dinner. The purse will depend upon the undisclosed attendance, which looked like the biggest ever—maybe 200.000. Vukovich and car owner Howard Keck of Los Angeles may get $18,000, and $15,000 of that will represent Vukovich's earnings for leading 150 of the 200 laps. Vukovich. of Fresno, Calif., joins Johns Ralph De Palma and Louif Meyer as the champion hard losers of the 500-mile classis. De Palma led in 1912 with 1es« than two laps to go. His Mercedes engine failed and Joe Davvson crossed the finish line while Dr Palma and his riding mechanic were pushing their car. Meyer was leading the 1939 race, trying for the fourth victory that no one ever has won, when he lost a tire in the 197th lap. Wilbur Shaw passed him for the big prize. Jim Rathmann of Chicago, only 23, finished-second in a Grancor Wynn's Special and his speed would have been a new record of 126.723 miles an hour if Ruttman hadn't been in front. Veteran Sam Hanks of Glendale,. Calif., was third and Dunne Cartel of Culver City, Calif., took fourth money. MichiganHolds Big Ten Goli Lead in Finals Watertower Teams In Action Tonight •PRKSTWICK, Scotland. May 31. .P-Frank Stranahan of Toledo, Ohio, bid today to become the first American ever to win the British amateur golf championship three times with Harvie Ward of Tarboro, N. C., furnishing the opposition in the 36-hole final match. It was the third straight year for an All-American final in this historic British sports competition that draws entries from all over the world. Stranahan won in 1948 and 1950. Telegraph Want Ads "Click" The Watertower Girls and Dads softball teams will get back into action tonight: at Olin Playground. The girls team will face the strong Soufh Side Girls team from Belleville at 7 1.10 o'clock and (be Dads lonm will face Busch's from Jerseyville in the final game. Sunday evening the girls team will travel to Gillespie for a same while the Duds team will be in St. Charles for a game with the Moose team. Kaynrd FORT MONMOUTH, N. J., May 31 /!« _ Pvl. Alphonso Jones of East St. Louis, III., was elemin- ated from the All-Army boxing tournament here yesterday when knocked out by Cpl. James Remson of Philadelphia. Jones, who is stationed with the military district of Washington, WHS floored at 1:27 minutes of the third round in the light middleweight semi-finals. CHAMPAIGN. 111. May 31 .I 1 Michigan, led by Ifl-year-old Russ Johnson, held a 20-stroke lead over Ohio State in competition for the Big Ten team golf title as the meet entered the final 36 holes today. Johnson, former prep star from Rockford, 111., matched the University of Illinois course record of 70 in Ihe first round yesterday and came back with 7fi for 14fi. This gave him a one-stroke edge for the individual crown over Wisconsin's Doug Koepcke with 73-74 — 147 and a three-stroke margin ovor his teammate, Lowell Leclnir, who posted 74-75-149. Elliott Phillips of Indiana set a back nine course mark of H2 after a 42 for 74 to go with a morning 85. Michigan led the team race after the first 36 holes with a stroke aggregate of 754 for its' low five players while Ohio Slate totaled 774, followed by Purdue with 782, Wisconsin 787, Northwestern 790, Minnesota 790, Indiana 793, Illinois 808, Iowa 812 and Michigan Slate 824. PKORIA, 111.. May 31. /P.-Morton of Cicero, winner of the 1943 crown, captured the 1952 state hi"h school baseball pennant last night by trimming previously unbeaten Noire Dame of Quincy 5-3. Lofty Alan Springer, a curve- ball artist, limited Notre Dame lo nine spaced hits, fanned 15 and walked one. Road Telegraph Want Ads By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — Minnie Minoso. White Sox and Gil Hodges, Dodgers—Minoso hit three home runs as Chicago knocked off Cleveland twice, 3-1 and 7-2; Hodgei drove in eight runs as Brooklyn won two from Boston, 5-4 and 11-2. PITCHING—Bobby Shantz, Athletic* Went 14 innings lo beat New York Yankees, 2-1, In first game for eighth victory. * Telegraph Want Ads Click! IMMEDIATE DELIVERY No Trade Necessary 1952 DeSoto 4-Door 6 Cylinder 1952 DeSoto 4-Door Firedome 8 Cylinder $400 Discount Yes/ It's True Brown Still Gives the Best Deal! JOHN T. BROWN DIAL 3-3535 1610 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 3-3534 BRIGGS & STRATTON ENGINES and PARTS ACENTS FOR WAUKESHA ENGINES HESKETT MACHINE CO. 207 WILLIAM ST PHONE 2-1212 Mill Order* Promptly Filled- RACES vfin NEW GREENVILLE SPEEDWAY Burn! County t'uir Grounds, Greenville, 111. 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