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ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATEH ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2S. 19?4 2E Soccer Favorites Must Guard Against Upsets Today Russian Athletes May Compete Here June 18. ATHLETICALLY the Russian nation occupies the No, 1 spot in global interest because of the remarkable shewing its athletes made ' in the Olympic games at Helsinki and the prospect that the Soviet Olympic team Will give the United States and some 50 or more nations startling competition at the . 1958 Olympic revival in Melbourne, Australia. And how would St. Louis like to have a look at their track and field leaders in advance of the next Olympics? . . , Well, at this writing there's a pretty rood chance that the possibility will become a reality, according to Wilfred, (Bill) Bangert, former two-time national shot-put champion and outstanding St. Louis athlete. . . . Home after competing in the National A.A.U. indoor championships at New ' York Feb. 20, Bangert had this to say about the Russians, who are planlnng to send a track and field team to the United States and other countries this year: "I talked with Dan Ferrlss, secretary of the A.A.U., while in New York and was told that he already is busy arranging with State Department officials for the visit of a Russian team to this country next summer. . . . Plant call for them to compete in various meets in the United States, from bit Eastern events to the Coliseum Relays, in Los Angeles. ... It is likely that an American team will be asked to reciprocate and compete in Russia later. National A.A.U. Title Meet Awarded St. Louis. "Y; OU know, the National A.A.U. championships have been awarded to St. Louis and are set for June 18-19 (Bangert was instrumental in bringing the games here).... Because St. Louis is on the route from New York to the -Pacific Coast cities, we will be able to arrange for the Russians to stop off here and compete in the championships. ... In New York I talked with Mai Whitfield, Parry O'Brien, Wes Santee and other standout athletes, and have assurances that we will have a full lineup of United States champions to oppose the visitors. Secretary Ferrlss told me that raising funds to finance the Russian visit will be begun at once and underwriting the events in which the Soviet athletes compete will be shared by the various cities. ... Because of the wide interest in everything Russian, it is expected that the various meets will make a profit on the promotions. "The Russians may bring" also the great Czechoslovakian runner, Emil Zatopek, regarded as the greatest single performer of any nation, at Helsinki In 1952. ... He won the Triple Crown'-4he 5000- and 10,000-meter and the marathon. . . . What a man! . . , He was named outstanding athlete of the Helsinki Olympic Games over our Bob Ma-thlas, winner of the 10-event decathlon." Meet Will Be Held in Public Schools Stadium. ST. LOUIS is very well equipped to take care of a major 32-event meet. The Public Schools Stadium has a fine track and seats more than 15,000. "The presence of the Rus- slans, our great Olympic rivals, will pack any arena available and we will be able to handle 20,000 at the KIngshighway field," Bangert commented. "This city once was highly-rated in track and field sports. . . . The third Olympic Games revival was held here in 1904 and the National A.A.U. championships in 1922. ... Since that time the city has hardly been athletics conscious. . . . The coming games should restore interest here." "All this nation's many rec-ordholders, some of them international champions, will be pitted against the Russians. . . . We're likely to see Parry O'Brien put the shot 60 feet for a new world record. . . The mile event may produce that four-minute mile, since the three great stars, John Landy of Australia, Joey Barthel of Luxembourg and Wes Santee of Kansas should come together in the mile event." A great shot-put duel also is possible when Russia's ace Heino Lipp meets Parry O'Brien. ... A new pole-vault marvel will make his appearance. ... He is Jerry Welbourn of Columbus, 0.. a mere youth who won the indoor vaulting title at New York from two 15-foot vault-ers, Bob Richards and Don Lat. The newcomer is a protege of Cornelius Warmerdam, first man to clear the bar at 15 feet and whose record of 15- feet 734 inches still stands. Warmerdam declares Wel bourn will surpass the present mark, In the near future. The way matters are shaping up, fans of this city may have a chance to view the country's greatest track and' field event of the year. Wins Own Basket Event The McDonnell Aircraft basketball team won its own inau gural tournament bv seorine CG-to-60 victory over the Frlsro R.R. five on the Country Dav School court. Filzsimmons of Frisco was top scorer with 27 points. " Wagner defeated Huss-mann, 106 to 61, for the consolation title. Parker of Hussmann Vcelved the most valuable play-V trophy. Cup Game Replay at Chicago By Dent McSkunming While four local clubs are engaged in opening round game of the Municipal Soccer League playoffs, national cup action shifts to Milwaukee this afternoon. Here's the program: Grapettes vs. Franklins, 1:30; Kutis II vs. Carondelet club, 3:15. The games will be played at Grounds Two, Fairground. Missing from the show will be Slmpkins and Kutis No. 1 club, St. Louis's representatives in national championship tournaments, both of which drew first round byes iu the Muny playoffs. At Milwaukee, the Serbian club of that city today meets tHe Chicago Falcons in a replay of their National Amateur Cup1 match. Serbians won the first game but the Falcons protested and a replay was ordered. Both clubs are reported to have loaded up for todays game, Serbians even reaching over the border into Canada for a star or two. Winner Plays Slmpkins, The winner of this game will face the Slmpkins here next Sunday, the day on which Kutis I goes to Chicago to oppose the Lions. That Chicago match is the second game of a home-and-home series in which Kutis is leading, 5 goals to 0. Although Grapettes and Kutis II are regarded as favorites in today's Muny games it would not be too surprising if Franklins or Carondelets, or both, won. A few weeks ago, Frank lins scored a 3-1 victory over Grapettes and Carondelet. upset Kutis II, 2-0. Losers in today's games must drop out of the championship series; the winners then hook up with Kutis I and Slmpkins in a single round-robin series. Today's games will be of 45- minute halves. In the event of tie score, two eight-minute halves will be played. If the tie is not broken the eight-minute periods will be repeated but no more. Carondelet goes Into the series with an interesting team made up of five recently graduated juniors plus a nucleus of a half dozen experienced players. The Kutis second team has had its good days this season and probably will be the stronger defensive team. Two Questions. Joe Spica has the players necessary to go a long way in this series. The question of whether his Grapettes defeat Franklin today or go any further in the series depends entirely on how well the boys have trained and how well they co-ordinate. Spica has made an important move in breaking up his Butch Cook-Bill Looby left wing. Cook is now at Inside right. Now the team is weak on the wings. Missouri Prep CLASS B SIB-REGIOSAL. At Cilrool. . , A'ton K8. fonoh i (ehampionshlp), Gainesville T2, Eminent (3rd). At Ormn. rape M. Maryi 6J, Relit Cltj 81 (ehampionshlrr). Advance 15, Oran fit (3rd), At Leadwood. Blsmarrk TJ, Bonne Terr 60 (rrrarnplonshlp), DeaLof 08. Elvlns 82 (3rd), At LUbourn. Morehouse 94, Maldea 40 (championship). lllbourn 86. Gray Ridit 41 (3rd). At I Plata. Lancaster 42, La Flats 39 (championship), tlueen City 82, Greentop 81 (3rd. At Troy. Troy 68, WeiUvllla 88 ( champ lm-hlp). Mont joinery City 63, Warrentoa 41 (3rd), At Waynesv-Ule 1)1 ion 83. Vienna 4H championship, tonviay 67, t rocker 8 3rd. At Larlelle Memphis 85, LtwUton 69 championship. IBelle 87, Edlna 81 3rd. At Hannibal eh&n59' ,Unnibi Dou"" 67 lihelblna 67. so 3rd. At Maiden aroth 89. Wardrll &) ehamplnnshlp. PortanevUle 84, Hrarr city 89 3rd. At Piedmont Flsk 7. Van Buren 1 championship, Annapolis 48. Centerville, 47 3rd. . Ji. ...I.-; . - . ' w 1 'i T i i n , ,., ,,,,.,.1 m.,,.7rr,mm ll..i., T--m :i Tl -p,,--.., nw ,. , B I Two LLS. TitIac ThJp Gnfll ' . ' assaw aaawsa w s . ,w AT THI jgMJi : - T FRANK' u Asl SiMPKJNS FORWARD, PLAYEP ON ' . I flXllJu$''l THEY ARE LEAPING .ft fl f M( UNITED SW$ TEAM ifJ WCKLP CUP uAMt5 Jf(!nWM TITLES ' rXX TWO VICTORIES TO 1 Idtra... t. r.rt Park J Le-s a, t T ' '(A rV " , .' mm NATIONAL S CALL FO. 8:80 for liitemllsns S , d-tfl .1 te;) SSfSff i Z:jii&7M fr-XsJH fei 46's , VV- .''4B&5' rJ vWrf I ewlv 1 , 47S HLr W'-isXVvS MvJ-- 1 svicrofiEsra - " wJ tm s PL fVi ' tCt- J AMATEUR TITLE Z P 7 ZT) 77 AnS AlI w J (? Vt'A NEVER THE OPEN ; ' V ilftfA H'nr, KW5 AND 6IMPKIMS ARE HOT RIVALS FOR CITY CHAMPIONSHIP ,T0a WILL MEET IN MUNY PLAYOFF SERIES WHICH OPENS T0PAY AT EA!Dr-.D-l!Un CADI :l CAlDCDr-lllkin CADI V "v. J.I'L t Ik. W F ' r " it I "s, jjbf - , . " - N . ' ; f 1 s f a, - - ,w.,' Sr w - ,.. . 5 . 1 I ' "" - 1 ,.V," , tt- . , - ,, f , . W-4 tV h - r "3 - -f, ' - m .r.i i , ' . ,v -. : s' - ' - 1 lr' 1 - -A v - l, S t - f- Nv;H I fl ove- ' f r " t ' s it Ai CV; 1 t, . '-:i''-'''-s"-v;'t -A. w;,.4 , By a Pot-DIpatch PHotographer. In this kicking scene from one of yesterday's district high school soccer semifinals at Fairgrounds Park No. 2, the photographer caught two players who scored goals as DeAndreis defeated McBride, 2 to 1. No. 41 of light-shirted McBride is JACK KKEBS, who tallied the Micks' point. Black-jerseyed No. 9 with back to camera as LARRY ADELMANN, Whose late goal won for jDeAndreis. DuBourg joined DeAndreis in the finals by beating St. Louis U. High, 2 to 0. Yale Wins First IC-4A Track Title Since 1933 NEW YORK, Feb. 27 (AP)-i-Yale won its first championship since 1933, one record was broken, one defending champion was successful and four of last year's winners went down to defeat tonight in the IC4A track and field championships. , The Elis thus broke Manhattan's four-year stranglehold on the title. Bob Giegengack'slads finished the operation with 19 points, but it wasn't until the last event- the one mile relay-that they clinched it. Boston University's Cinder ella team was second with 18',i points and Manhattan, which could pick up only one point in the two-mile relay was third with 17. Tom Courtney of Fordham won the 1000 yard run in a record time, Allan Ollen of Northeastern scored a surprise victory in the mile and Lou Jones of Manhattan won the 600-yard run. Fordham broke up Its brilliant two-mile relay team to bid for Individual honors and Courtney plucked the first by leading all the way to win the 1000 with a new meet mark of 2:10.9. He bettered the old record of 2:11.7 set bv Joe Deady of Georgetown in 1951. St. Pius Wins Junior C.Y.C. Championship St. Pious jumped off to a 29-21 halftime lead and then held on to win the CYC basketball championship in the junior division from Sacred Heart, 43-40, in a game at the Ephl-phany gym last night. St. Plu (43) Sacred Heart 40 ro.rT.r. Knohbe. 2 14 Seabaufh 10 4 Blinlier 3 10 White O 1 O It. Hantak 8 7 1 Htrller 3 3 4 Gondi-n .013 848 Hehrank 0 14 Knlnell Oil Br uteri on 2 3 4 Bruckner 0 2 0 Portell O 1 o Totals 18 13 16 Smith 10 1 Totals 1412 18 Score at half: 8k, Plus 29, Sacred Heart 21. Referee-Flurl ; umpire Exler. Go-Getters in Action TODAY. SOCCER Muny playoffs', Fairground Park. RUGBY Doubleheadcr, Forest Park, drill field, 2 p.m. BASKETBALL C.Y.C. senior playoffs, DeAndreis, 2 p.m. BOWLING Women's city tournaments, Sports Bowl and Du-Bowl (weekends t h r o u g h March 21). TUESDAY. BASKETBALL State high school "A" meet, Cape Girardeau (through Saturday); state "B" regionais, Elvlns (through Friday). WEDNESDAY. BASKETBALL St. Louis U. vs. Bradley, Kiel Auditorium, 8:30 p.m. FRIDAY. BASKETBALL Concordia in tournament at Seward, Ncbr. (also Saturday). SATURDAY. BASKETBALL St. Louis U. at Oklahoma A. & M, Wrestling; Results. (AT ST. LOCIS HOL'SK) Joe Mlilteh (215). St. I.uuls, defeated Jo-Carlllo 2'fl ColHnsvl'le. 17:37. Vern Tatt (328), Los Angeles, and Kfliim ! -fioaidl mln. draw. uj, ai, i.oui, u- t.u.v urunettl (233). Halt Lske City, defeated Dava Sims (230), Hamilton, Ontario, 9:18. Vie Holhrook (24S). Hollywood, Calif., defeated Danno D'Shocker (230), Wel- I,oii Thess (2281. St. Lnnls. defeated I Barney (The Chert) Bernard (278). ! Kansas City. 18:08. Jaek Pesek (225), Ravenna. Ney., and Pedro Codoy (234). Santlaio, rh . V(l-mln ttrmtr Granite City Loses To Wayne City, 66-64 WAYNE CITY, 111., Feb. 27 Granite City overcame a 11-point deficit in the final quarter there tonight only to lose in overtime to the host team, Wayne City High, 66-64, in an exciting non-league basketball game. The Warriors' Phil Hogan hit a field goal in the last second to send the game into overtime play but George Ahlert's three buckets the only points for Granite City in the extra period wasn't enough tot win. The Indians used only five players all the way and won the game at the free-throw line sinking 30 while Granite City made only 10. Granite CttT (64 Wayne City (88) FG.FT.F. jrii.r t.t. 4 2 3 4 10 4 8 7 3 0 8 2 2 6 1 18 3013 Georneff 3 0 8 Tyler Jenkins 4 3 6 Gates Portell 4 8 eitutts King 1 2 6 Wood Ahlert 6 0 3 Hall Hogan 7 14. Roberts 0 0 1 Totals Joh'mmeler o 0 0 Gruen 0 0 1 Totals 27 10 29 Granite City 10 17 14 17 Wayne City IS 21 18 6 A 84 868 A's Sell Catcher. OTTAWA, Feb. 27 (UP) Veteran Catcher Neal Wellington has been repurchased by the Ottawa Athletics from the parent Philadelphia A's, Ottawa General Manager George MacDonald announced today. HAPPY HOLLOW Barrel Whiskey Mtllow and Golden as Autumn Leaves J FIFTH J7CASS , v-r fi FOR A PERFECT SCORE ; have your ; ; BOWLING BANQUET 5 1 tm. 500! body style. W de oar own financing, to you can drlvo out In 30 mlnutos. SAVE on 3 BETTER USED GAR Jo hai tho yesr, mai and modal you wint and tsrmt ctn b arranged to cult your ndi. Sslact from 350 cart . . . many modals and maUi in etch erica bracket. W offar 165 295 395 Alt planty ef 'il't and end wt'ro spen tvery night until 10 P.M. ' al I -s AM n -niii ..i ir..a. ifinriiism"riMriiiWiiSii' i iiiryiflr'Wriliiiji.M-iiV,i'i.-wwiis DeAndreis and DuBourg Gain Soccer Finals DeAndreis and DuBourg won their way into the finals of the district high school soccer tournament yesterday afternoon at Fairgrounds Park No. 2. DeAndreis gained a 2-1 .victory over McBride in a well-played game and DuBourg followed with a 2-0 triumph over St. Louis U. High, the defending champion. The fintilists will meet next Sunday afternoon in preliminary to the Slmpkins' amateur cup game scheduled against the winner of today's Chicago-Milwaukee match.. . DeAndreis scored first on a spectacular goal as Russ Albers caught a corner kick from Larry Adelmann out of the air and fired it into the McBride net. The Micks tied on Jack Krebs' scoring shot before the half ended, but De- Andreis wan in the final minutes when Adel mann tallied .irom scrimmage. DuBourg's goals were scored by Joe Simon, inside left, and Don Dallas, fullback who came up to make good on a penalty kick, t . Alton Romps Over Western M.A., 72 to 53 Elgie Posey's Alton High Red- birds wrote "finis" to their regular season basketball schedule last night with a 72-53 romp over the Western Military Academy (Aten) Reed Raiders in the West Alton Junior High School gymnasium. Cleveland Hammonds scored 19 points as the Redbirds posted their 10th victory in 25 starts. Don Parker had 22 tal-liees for the Raiders. Western (83) Alton (71) FG.FT.F. FG.fT.F. Parker S 4 4 Robinson t 8 0 Bean 1 U 4 nrnaerson H'ppenst'dt 0 3 8 Hammonds Till 0 0 4 MeKerrln Hater 0 2 0 Vrllofl 3 14 MrAloos 7 3 falley ltradshaw SO 13 23 Miltn llch Holmes il lor Martina Totals Tola'i 39 24 111 Score by period: I' 3 4 T. Western 1 II 14 IB 03 Alton . it IB li VI Heleree Hanold; umpire riummrr. Connecticut Upsets Holy Cross, 78 to 77 WORCESTER, Mass., Feb. 27 (UP) Captain Worthy Patterson of the University of Connecticut scored with a hard-driving lay uo shot in the last second of play tonight to upset highly-favored Holy Cross, 78 to 77, and re-open the race to represent New Eng land in the N.C.A.A. basketball tournament. The defeat broke the Crusad ers' 47-game winning streak on their home court and gave them a season's record of 22 victories and two losses. Connecticut now has a season's record of 21-2. Until tonight Holy Cross, sixth- ranking in the nation, was ex pected to represent New Eng land in the N.C.A.A. competition. However the regional selection committee has not yet announced whether it will pick the representative or call a playoff. SULLIVAN TUCEBAKER AVES YOU $$ Our deal will artel Is your trsdt-ln and subtract from your pi)mmtl. 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Terry Diuan 2f Bea Men-ike ' Gladys Mvens : " llarllnte Murray :" Betty Truehlood -' Helen .embl.ate f Mna Volt J J I'atiicla Pree -w ' Doris strocltrr ttw Lucille Bmivn ""J tauline Llpsky J I jM KviTT. : b0S Marian Vlflliellcr-sally Ollen- turner - ' Belly !toeeh-llores Benolet UUj i lotence Hmsell-huth Marshall 1J 4 Alice hellh-ltubv Aldero 1IIU Dot Schneider-Terry Duaan 1 1IJ.J Koalle Hroupelmao-V Irilula Hetn liKl Ann iivlc-Irene Hood JIM) Miu-y Vfetntrin-I.uetllc Broun -"'J5i Veronica TIKemii-(arol Meyer 11J5 M.-J. rtchlueter- eless Kton 1 M Helen Llmlsey-t'lara Luecliteicld IJ5 Mildred May-Martha ( lohes tiara Abrr-I'ams-Evelyn Ntra'man 1144 "A" TEAM EVENT. Independent C. 740 Lemal L. dalllman ;22 MmnHiiin-Sl.ler JJ'J Engrne Monnlirs v.,i Harts iM.lenej 9W Pepsi (Ola JJ Elst,h Ward Democrats J44 Columbus tilrls Ho. 1 ;:! Travekkvam ;8 Ronnie fcaale 3 No.1 T. J Crown E. - " "B" TEAM EVENT. St. John The BaptM M 'J ypnoners . 'ions Chapman No. 3 Ml J AiiKellea rows M7J Lucky Strikes S37IJ L.O.L.a M58 Scallee Tins MiM Colnnihm Olils N. . 1. '-'849 Orrcnbrlar M'fl Future Mart M45 ALL-EVENTS . T. 11. S. T. Ruby Alderson 8110 81H 8tl4 1SH0 128-Average Bowler Totals 652 to Take Women's Tourney Lead Terry Dugan, 128-average bowler in the Wagner League; rolled 652 total, including a handicap of 129 pins, to take over first place in the singles event of the annual -women's city championship bowling tournament last night at Sports Bowl. Bea Mercille came through with 641, handicap of 78 pins, to occupy the runnerup spot. - Three teams bowjed Into the first ten of the doubles event: No. 4 Alice Keith and Ruby Alderson 1192, No. 5 Dorothy Schneider and Terry Dugan 1185, No. 8 Ann Zivic and Irene Flood 1180. The Simmons-Sisler five tallied 2692 for fourth place in the "A" team division. Others to place in the top ten: No. 6 Harts of Melene 2665, No. 7 Pepsi Cola 2657. Ruby Alderson, one of Wells-ton Lanes' leading bowlers, has 1580 scratch total to pace the bowlers competing for the cov eted all events award. KINfil.KS EVENT: Terry Hunan rAt. Bm Mercille H41. Rulb Mnraan IK7, l)orothv tordes 686, Dorothy Back-lund RSfl. EVENT: Alice Keith and Hnhy Alderson 119i, Dorothy Schneider ami Terry lluiran 1183, Ann Zlvlc and Irene Flood 1 1 80. "A" TEAM EVENT: Wramnns-Sl.lcr 2fl()S, Harts of Melene 8H0B, Pepsi Cola Bamro 10-l'p 2034, Calvin Foils " ' B- TEAM EVENT: Red Sehoen-dlenst (Annheusee-Biisch) S81T, Krasy Kats 2487, Sanders Bros. 2483, M-t T. N. 2474, Lucky Strikes 2448, Casey 2445. Rolling Rams Roll. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 27 St. Louis's undefeated Rolling Rams notched their sixth straight wheelchair .basketball victory here tonight, defeating the Kansas City Rolling Pioneers, 43-25. Walter Petro scored 13 points for the Rams, and Boh Hooley topped Kansas City with seven. We arc pleased to announce that TOJ BILL" INJURE Y Former Traveling Secretary Si. Louis Drowns has joined our sales staff . . . You are invited lo discuss your printing; and advertising need with him. Our facilities for quality production in letter, press and offset, plug enlarged direct mail department and a highly competent creative staff, makes Missouri Printing and Engraving Company service unique in this area. V II ISSOURI PRINTING & ENGRAVING C0 Monday, March 1st, 1954 WALTER FISCHER 3701 GHIPPeSWH Complete Line of Sinclair Products Road Service Goodyear Tires SINCLAIR ilfii THE. SUPER FUEL 2 f 18: MORE KNOCK-FREE POWER Santee Breaks Record, but It's Only His Own KANSAS CITY, Feb. 27 (APJ Wes Santee of Kansas missed his bid for a new world indoor broad mile record in the Big Seven meet tonight but still blazed the 12-lap spruce bowds in 4:06.5. Kmsas won the meet. To gain their third straight title, the Jayhawks scored 58 team points to 31 for Missouri, 271-2 for Oklahoma, 21 for Colorado, 20 for Kansas State, IU for Nebraska and 11 for Iowa State. The wildly cheering crowd of 9000 was about the only help Santee got as he finished a fuil lap ahead of the field and broke his own Big Seven record of 4:08.3 set last year here. But when he passed the half mile post at 2:02 flat, it was evident he would not touch Gil Dodd's 4:05.3 record set at Ma'di. son Square Gardpn in 1948. , , Bob Massengale of Missouri, whose father was s member of the U. S. 1920 Olympic team, won the 440-yard dash in 50.8 seconds. He was well ahead of Marvin Chiles of Kansas State. (iO-VABl) HKiH HI'BDLES -Won Hill Bihenteln, Knn.; 1 Erltt HasV-hii'i-k, Colorado I 3 Raymond Hud-men, Inwa State; 4 RICHARD ELLIS, MISSOl HI; 8 Ray Bussell, haiitas Slate. Time 60-tAKI) DASHe Won by Juel Sweatte, Oklahoma; 3 Cecil Taylor, Kansas State; 3 Carroll Hnrdy, Colorado; 4 Dick Blair, Kamas; 8 Ron Oray, Colorado. TUne 8.3s. SHOT Pi:T Won bv Cliff Dale, ""He: hra.ka 49 ft.. 8'i in,: tt-t,Ciw Hln.l, Kansas, 40 ft.. ! In.; 3 . Bub Van Dee, (Iklutsnma, 48 ft.. m In.; 4RD.V SALMONS, MISSOURI, 4!i ft.. B"4 In.! 8 Ken Relners, Ne-braska, 4tt ft., 4" In. 60-VA' LOW HI RULES Won by HI'I Blbrr.teln, Kansas; i l,l:VK t.RAV, MISSOURI: 3 BILL CON. 8TAVT1NE, M1SSOCRI; 4 Mike. Cornell, Kansas state: 8 RICHARD U.LIS, MISSDIRI. Time 7s. ..... MILE HEX Won by Wes Stanlee, Kan. as; J Art Dalle1'. Kanw; -II. A'lfii Frame, Kansas; 4 KENNETH HIRMHEV. AlisMHLI; 0 Lloyd Kohy, Kansas, Time 4m. 8.8s, (Nrw meet record. Old record 4m, .: hv stantee, 1883.) 440-YARD Rl'N Hon njr ROBERT MASSENf.ALE. MISSOCRI; 2Alar, yln Chiles, Kansas State; 3 Jerry Howe. Kansas Slate 4 TOM AJ Bi;RT. M1S0I'RI: 8 Plill Berler, Oklahoma. Time 80.8s. TWO-MILE R1N Won by D. Allen Frame, Kansas; fi CHARLES WILLIAMS. MISSOIKI; 5 Norm Bit-ner, Kansas; 4 Eugene Hart, Ion a Stale: 8 LYNN ROM ANN, MISSOl RI. Tln-e .fm. :fH.r 880-VAHD RIN .Won by Wes Saul re, Kansas; i ,4r lls'i-,. 1 Dun Rerd, Oklahoma; 4 KENNETH-IMKSHEY, MiS- I U.: . HEHII. 0' " " " BROAD JI MT (Cimiileted Friday nl(ht) Hon by Neville 1'riee, Oklahuma, S4-4V.; t i irroll Hardy. tolora.,o. 'il-!Hs: : Hank l'hllman, Iow S'a'e, 33-1 1 1 4 Hob !nilth. Kansat, 2!-C'; 8 Erwln Cook, Oklahoma, M-B'A. HIC.ll JI MP 'Tlei. 7 eon We". Km, ai, and Bob IVhlddon, Oklahoma,. i-4: 3 (tie) Kermlt Holllniiswonh.. Kansas, and I'hlt Heldelk, Nebraska, 8-3 i 6 lames Stewart. 6-2. MILK RELAY Won by Oklahoma (Dick Shunalona. Phil Heeler. Cherles 8'iH. Kansas ; 4 Iowa State i 6 Neoraska. Time 3:24.(1. , . . . 1 "Bin Biir i it ' oi i tour tflephfiitf. 3I40EASTON AVENUE Phont: FRANKLIN 01 10 WALTER FISCHER SERVICE 3701 Chippewa MOhawk 1034 Open 7 A.M. to 10 P.M.

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