Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on June 11, 1963 · Page 16
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pscrtt rocrcK tS golf foing Oetnrunt to o vy greatcxtnt woy yourcntir bod J will react. Therefor proper foot- 4 wo it a key to piepar boJonc and . - !. .L'h : ! r . . wi i jut nifi in 9nngt . t Mm mm -l til ii f ." ' I A 1 1 I oddrra fVt botl OlWroJion 'l) , with oiy weight evenly distributed on the inu'de of cny feet. -T On the bocktwing my left heel relies slightly at more of my weight thifts to the irnide of my right foot CUm-trotion 2). On the downjwing ond follow-through my weight return largely to my left foot and my right heel gradually lift at I "push off the irvide of my right foot (illustration 3), t. 0 w n w. . m "' m Bif-fj; ' f- jf r'iii pamphlet, rn4 " trnfi and ttampct, nlf a-id'ttted m!op M .4f''4 P'l'mtr, r 3 Drmofat H'ohide Urcdrr 5Mitf, Bom Top Athletes OK Trip to Moscow Meet Schayes Addresses 'Sports Night' At Gorham School ' nrrp nun I NEW Yt'f.K I FT Tve P.t;,i Grour.Js. rrtwnt h -r.e !of the New York V.ets ur.t.I their new s:d;u::i is competed in na?h,r.,4 Meaiow. has the cUeptt center field of any rr.u)ir lejcue Kill park. ir.?aunr.;j 4dJ lea from home plate WANTED NEW CAR SALESMAN S t Gooi RALPH RAMBLER J70 W. MAIN 10 4-1221 WORM MOSS 50- TAN HALL CEEEXHOUStJ 1157 , c At. GORHAM Do! ph Schayes.! were Ted Goodse'.l and D3vid K Lane Basketball David Patrick James Belts. Gordon Suther NEW YORK .JITXSi Unless some trackmen change their rr.ir.ds m the next two weeks, there will be no defec- s5ar of ,he former -"cuse tions from the US. team go- Natior.a'.s of the National ing to Moscow in July to de- BasU-tba:! Asscuianon was .3n Walter Wermuth. Leon fend its never-beaten record guet speaker at the annual Wilis and David Bickel. against the power of the So- Awards Night" for varsity Baseball David Patrick, viet Union in their fifth dual and junior varsity athletes at Larry Clarke. James Betts. the Gorham l entrai M'nooi. ijoraon uerlanu. mwon , Schaves emphasized team- McCaig. Ed Jensen, Richard t.ie assurance work- confidence, training. Rothfuss, Fo s t e r Kinnear. Don Hull. Na--nthilsiasm and listening to Walter Wermuth. Steven ,tional AAU executive director. the coach as essential to be- Flood. Tom Flood. Dan Bar-to track writers yesterday. ing a successful athlete. deen and Gary Behelfer. ' We sent out a question- Patrick won the. Cheerleading awards were jnaire to athletes most likely scllol SOcccr award; Gordon presented to: Connie Phelps. io maKe me team reponea Sutherland, basketball award Linda Adams. Andna Lippm- -aii repuea mev and Ed jtnscn. baseball cott. Donna Meyer, Barbara Moscow, if they ,u,rri Varsitv letters were Berrv. Charmaine Howard. jresented to the following: and Agnes Flood. Soccer David Patrick. Del-1 Junior varsity cneerieaaers meet. ! This was 1 niven bv Col. Col. Hull. will go to make the team.' The athletes select them-: seives. in c-tieci. dv piacinj u, inu. one-two in the National AAU. Urry Clarke. Gordon Suther- rv Crisfield. Peggy Lawrence. ii oi. lAJUia hn US fflf U'nrmuf h I nnn Martha hnifan M .irv A I TP Wilis, Gary Behelfer. David Rilands. Sandra Oswald. Lin-Bickel, Allen Behelfer. Tom da Jones, and Shirley Oswald Flood, Ted Kinnear, William Miss Crisfield was awarded King, Foster Kinnear, and the cheerleading trophy to Richard Rothfuss. Managers keep for a year. 1 RALPH MAKES IT EASY TO BUY V X 11,1 I' i ' . w fN U4 FA MONEY DOWN Financing Arranged A i fii)f 1 1 i IJ tllll III III W III ill Mend , World Turf Record Broken at Monmouth championships 21-22. The AAU could not contact everyone, since it can not predict team personnel. I Two years ago. when the iU.S. last visited Moscow for !a dual track meet, considerable furor was whipped up iwhen eight athletes withdrew . for personal reasons, after making the team. The withdrawals were Al Oerter and Rink Babka fdis-cus), Hal Connolly and Al Hall (hammer), Dallas Long and 5 ie... lsCis All-Weather Harness Oval Passes 1st Test W oner fully o H - J nj H P Jim Moqnha WASHINGTON1. Pa. '.Ti r, .t.- ,.u-. :Afendnw Hplpne pave the new registerea iduy ud. en. wiouipuu. nun j-. n i meets." the spokesman said faster than the average times in pari - mutuel to LU 2 Morris mole vault! and Otis all-weather track of The Davis (400 metersi. ! Meadows its first workout Because they conld not vesterdav and went through Ru The Assnrinlrd Presx IRreakfa:t Rfiand $4 Fine .u. r, ..:. '.uA 1 her paces in ' wonderful' " - ,ioi me r.uiuueau nip uiai in- i ;.i .. . i;a Happy Angle, a 5-year-old News was S3 to show. :duded three" subsequent dual i": l V 'J" T n 11, 'Usually this kind of weather makes fo ra heavy track. The new S5 million plant four miles north of Washing- DC 4. : A 1- T-l I 1I i. S- nnii meets wnu roiaria, west uer-i . . many ana ureal uritain. me IaIiMP T-1I CAT O M uriel " ' rnnnrH f, i frlnnff nn the! Ad3mS r0de ,"r1M , T ni'na to a ength v ctory over,'""'.'? turf yesterday, covering the j Prnvistbin thp pprfmJAAU is now making conces- rl irfn v rt in enrnriric thlt 111 J etAne tn annaoen v o rml i K rCa r w, at Aqueduct, returning' - the feature at Monmouth Park. It was the second time this year that Happy Angle, nwned bv the Larolvn n. Stables. listed mark of 58 4 5, set by Staretta at Laurel Race Course Oct. 30. 1961. $22.60. $10.70 and $4.40. "Tkn A ATT ...ill Time for the mile and 116 ; quesUto leave tte on the turf was 1:43. Lady Provist returned $8.50 team after the Russian and Polish meets which are on had bettered the'a"d $4' with Nubile 2-70 to successive weekends" said of the Meadows, the mare of harness racing. The syn-trottd the 5-mile oval in 2 thetic surface is the first of minutes, 53 5 seconds. Her response to the Tartan surface was fine despite the hot, muggy weather, the spokesman said. "This is a few seconds its find in the world. The Meadows track is a specially compounded synthetic resjn designed to create a durable all-weather, non-slip surface. Col. Hull. "We will take alter-j nates to fill in for those who! George D. Widencr's Rare " ' 1 Exchange won the Wistful have to come home. Officers Chosen By MS Chapter Happy Angle had covered; Purse at Delaware Park, re- S Turf furlongs in 58 lo seconds May 15 at Pimlico. Jockey Wayne Chambers rode Happy Angle in both races. Happy Angle paid $6.20, $3.80 and $3.20. Half a length behind was Second turning $3.80, $3 and $2.60 The 4-year-old filly stepped the 6 furlong in 1:12 15. Godessa was $5.80 and $3.80, and Queens River was $7.40 to show. Charlie Bun-rode the winner. Movie Actor Signs Oakland Grid Pact OAKLAND, Calif. (.It Can a college star linebacker who has been in the movies since graduation five years ago make good in pro football? Ti-,a fHinH T?aiHpr think -,V X lie vai so. Y'esterday the American Football League team signed Bill Leeka, who All-Coast in his junior and senior years at UCLA. When he was graduated in 1958, the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League picked him as a draft choice. But he passed up a cro career and went to work for 20th Century-Fox. For; five years he has had movie parts and also a beer commercial for television. "But he's kept in good shape," said a Raider spokesman. "We saw him recently in the UCLA-Alumni game and we believe he can make it as a linebacker." hTe 6-foot 25-year-old for-mer Bruinweighs225 pounds, Drag Racers to Vie At Spencer Tonight Approximately 100 Rochester area drag racers will be in action tonight at Spencer Speedway in Williamson. A close duel for top-eliminator honors is in prospect between Doug Hey of Rushville and Louis Sinisgalli of Rochester. Hey was the victor when the two clashed last Saturday. Hey also took top-time trophy. Car inspection is at 6 with eliminations at 8. Peter J. Braal. 306 Can-field Road, Pittsford has been re-elected president of the Rochester Area Multiple Sclerosis Chapter, which services more than 300 multiple sclerosis patients and their families in Rochester and Monroe County. Re-elected vice presidents were Mrs. Raymond F. Healy, and Dr. Charles H. Meinhold. James J. Brady, was re-named secretary and Elmer A Frank was elected treasurer Mrs. Healv. John L. Rem- intrton. Peter Prozeller Rirhard Secrest and John Jackie Robinson Iniured in 3-Car Crash MT. VERNON (.T) Former baseball star Jackie Robinson suffered minor head and leg injuries yesterday when his car was involved in a three-car accident on the Cross County Parkway. Robinson, a member of; baseball's Hall of Fame, was driving from his Stamford,! Conn., home to his New York City office. One car struck: hisfrom behind and forced it into one that was preceding him. Robinson was treated at Mt. Vernon Hospital and released. No charges were filed by police in the accident. NOW DISMANTLING 41-'5t Plrm.; 'to Ford; 'SI Ltoya 5I-'S7 Pout.; 'St Old.; 'S7-'S Caddy 'St-'SS ChY. V-l Std'i.i '5S- S7 lalck '5 ldl; 'O.'SI Ck.; '57 Chrytltr. W. Buy All TfB of Wrtclii for Porta Hmrm the LlfTm Slock f RrhnUt STANDARD TRANSMISSIONS IN THI CITY III AJAX AUTO PARTS 7 BOLDING DR. Nt to Storllto Ori-l. 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