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ST LOUIS POST-DISPATCH SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1556 ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH Garden Crowd Gives Santee Ovation as He Wins in Slow Time 2E A.A.U. Bar Scare? All But 2 Men From Field NEW YORK. March S (UP) Vts Santee, an amateur for a night, raced through a crescendo of cheers tonight, in what jnay have been his last race to win the Columhian mile in 413.8. Barred for professionalism by the A.A.U. and running on the strength of a state supreme court Injunction, Santee finished three-quarters of a lap ahead of the only two men who dared to defy the amateur powers and run against him. They were Ed Kirk, former Georgetown star now In the Air Force, and Ed Shea, another serviceman. Five others had dropped out of the Columbian Mile when, after the A.A.U. failed to get an injunction against Santee' appearance in tonight's K. of C. games at Madison Square Car-den, they were threatened with "possible loss of Olympic eligibility. Santee's appearance highlighted the program and the crowd of 12.500 cheered his every step as he ran away from his two rivals and took permanent possession of the Cardinal Spellman trophy on the strength of a 4:10.4 victory last year. The Kansan ran the first .quarter in 59.2 but obviously was out of condition as he made his first start in some five ..weeks. He had withdrawn from the recent series of indoor meets pending an A.A.U. hearing and was barred as a professional Feb. 19 on grounds that he accepted excessive expenses. He ran the half in 2:02.1 and then tailed off to a 3:08.4 three-quarters. High Pole Vaulter. The crowd also cheeerd Don Bragg of Villanova as he became the second highest pole vaulter in history, moving past Rev. Bob Richards with a 15-foot, 5V-inch vault, which was .314 inches below Cornelius Warmerdam's all-time record. But the big cheers were for Santee, who obtained a state supreme injunction this week against his suspension pending a March 9 hearing. The A.A.U. made an unsuccessful attempt today to upset this injunction ' and prevent him from running. C When Pincus Sober, the K. 'of C. announcer, and chairman ',of the A.A.U. committee which gatnerea me cnarge s '. Santee, announced that the five 'and would compete in a spe rial mile race." there was a storm of boos. Then when Santee's name was announced for. the Columbian Mile tne cheers began and continued as he raced to victory. "I was terribly disappointed by my showing," Santee said after the race. "But 1 do feel good and 1 plan to run in Milwaukee next week." However, Santee's plans may be upset before then by the injunction hearing next Friday. There were constant boos of criticism as the five who had withdrawn from the Columbian Mile competed in the "Special Mile Run" in which Ron De-lany, the Irishman from Villa-nova, won by 20 yards in 4:11.8, which was two seconds faster than Santee's time. George King of N.V.U. was second and Jim Bailey, an Australian student at the University of Oregon, third. Jim Doulln of Manhattan set the early pace and the criticism was thunderous over the slow 66.9 opening quarter and 2:12.1 half. Delany took over with three laps to go and won by an easy 20 yards. Equals World Record. George Sydnor of Villanova scored a photo-finish victory over Dave Sime of Duke to win the 60-yard dash in 6.1 seconds which equaled the world indoor record. Lt. Rod Richard of the Army was third. Charlie Pratt, an Army private and former Manhattan inter-collegiate champion, nosed out veteran Harrison Dillard, two-time Olympic champion from Cleveland, to win the 80-yard high hurdles in 7.2 seconds ' which equaled the meet record. Lou Knight of, Manhattan was third. Ashenfelter Winner. Horace Ashenfelter, the Olympic steeplechase champion, scored his sixth consecutive victory in the K. of C. two-mile run but the cheers were for Jim Beatty of the University of North Carolina, who finished just a stride behind him. Bob Sbarra of Manhattan was third as Ashenfelter was clocked in . 9 minutes, 5.3 seconds. St. Joseph's of Philadelphia, represented by Jim McAlpln, Bob Morgan, Joe McMannus and Frank McLaughlin, won a one-mile relay in 3 minutes, 24.5 seconds with Williams second and Lafayette third. Villanova equalled the fastest mile relay clocking of the indoor season by winning easily over Pitt and Morgan State in that order in 3 minutes, 19.6 seconds. The team included Gene Malliff, Roland Simpson, Al Peterson and Charlie Jenkins, the 600-yard winner. Mrs. Muckler's Horse Wins at Hot Springs HOT SPRINGS, Ark, March 3 (UP) An all-time record crowd of 14,381 persons watched Mrs. Elizabeth Muckler's Johns Chic win the $3000 Hot Springs Handicap today by three lengths on a lightning fast track. Mrs. Muckler is from t, Louis. With J. L. Rotz aboard Johns Chic took the lead In the back atretch and crossed the wire In 1:10.4. It was the fastest time turned In this season. Johns Chic, never out of the money, ptid $7.20 to win, $4.40 to show and $4.00 place money.' c ... o fs. fctetwiiiraiiiaiiaiiaassal , ,-- -. K-jmmm Associated Press Wlraphnto. JIM GOLLIDAY, Northwestern U., one of the world's fastest sprinters, is assisted off the track after pulling a thigh muscle as he won a preliminary dash in th. Big Ten meet at East Lansing, Mich. Doctors said he will not be able to run for at least one month and may miss th United States Olympic trials. MM TODAY RUGBY Three matches, Forest Park, east of Jefferson Memorial, 1 p.m. MUNY BASKETBALL Senior men's playoffs, Sherman Park, 1:30 p.m. BOWLING City women's singles, doubles, DuBowl, ends March 25. PRO BASKETBALL Hawks at Minneapolis. MONDAY ' COLLEGE BASKETBALL St. Louis U. at Arkansas. TUESDAY PRO BASKETBALL Hawks vs. Philadelphia at New York. WEDNESDAY PRO BASKETBALL Hawks at Rochester. THURSDAY HOCKEY Cnlcago Blackhawks vs. New York Rangers, National League game, Arena, 8:15 p.m. BOXING Virgil Akins, St. Louis vs. Andy Watklns, Indianapolis, Alnad Temple, East St. Louis. PRO BASKETBALL Hawks at Syracuse. FRIDAY PRO BASKETBALL Hawks vs. Minneapolis, Kiel Auditorium, 0 p.m. WRESTLING Oiark A.A.U meet, Hoech Gym, Overland, 7 p.m., also Saturday. SATURDAY PRO BASKETBALL Hawks vs. Minneapolis, Washington U. Fieldhouse, 2 p.m. Ohio State Retains Big 10 Swim Title LAFAYETTE, Ind.. March 3 (API Ohio State took the first four places in the three meter diving division and won the 300 yard medley relay for its eighth straight Big Ten swimming title tonight. The Buckeyes set one Indivi dual record and one relay mark to score 105 points, far outdistancing the field. Michigan finished second with 56 points, Iowa had 46, Indiana, with the meet's only triple winner, had 45, Northwestern 33, Michigan State 32, Illinois 18 and Purdue 10. Minnesota and Wisconsin were shut out. Five Players Named For Olympic Tourney KANSAS CITV, Mo., March 3 (UP) Five players for the college all-star team in the Olympic tournament to be held here April 2-4 were announced today by Arthur (Dutch) Lon-borg. Bill Russell and K. C. Jones of San Francisco University, Jim Paxson, Dayton University; Paul Judson, Illinois, and Hal Lear, Temple, were chosen by college members of the Olympic committee, of which Lon-borg is chairman. j Nine other players were to be named later. j Lapchick to Broadcast N.I.T. Basket Games NEW YORK, March 3 (UP)-e Joe Lapchick, former coach of the New York Knickerbockers! who will return to St. John's , University 'f .New York' next-year, will art as special com mentator for CBS radio broadcast of the National Invitation Tournament, March 17 and 24. Lapchick will be heard on the play-by-play broadcast with, Jim ; McKay. i I U.S. Olympic Hopeful Hurt Gonzales Wins Again From Tony Trabert PALM SPRINGS, Calif., March 3 (UP) Pancho Gonzales defeated Tony Trabert 5-7, 6-4, 7-5, today to increase his pro tour lead to 38-11. Rex Hartwig defeated Pancho Segura in a singles match 3-6, 6-4, 7-5. Hartwig teamed with Trabert to beat Gonzales and Kramer 8-3 in a pro doubles set. 'Sae,ayaSe,a4se,4i4iA BASS, BLUEGILL, CHANNEL CAT OS IV4T( srocxiMo SKYPOND HATCHERY M MIAMI, MISSOURI "GREBE-FISCHER OLDS BEAT 'EM ALL," SAYS KENNETH E. SCANLAN St. Louis, Mo., Mar. 4 (G-F) Mr. Kenneth E. Scanlan, 1030 Union, Alton, 111., rolled out of GREBE-FISCHER OLDSMOBILE, 3400 S. Kingshighway, in hia new Rocket Oldsmobilt after getting another of the Flying Dutchmen high flying deals. Mr. Scanlan said, "I d bsen to other dealers, but Grtba-Fischer's deal was tops." HE SAVED TIME AND MONEY ON THE CODDDNITY PLAN BUY NOW! RIDE NOW! PAY IN MAY WE'RE TRADING LONG! WE'RE TRADING FASTI WE'RE MAKING DOWN PATMENTS LOW AND TERMS EASY! COMMUNITY MOTORS 5244 NATURAL NORTH J Wichita U. Wallops Tulsa by 71 to 51 WICHITA, Kan., March 3 (AP) Wichita University closed its Missouri Valley campaign tonight, defeating Tulsa University 71-51. The victory left the Shockers with a possible third place in the Valley conference with a 7-5 record and a 13-12 season record. TRANSMISSIONS EXCHANGED NO MONEY DOWN 2 YEARS TO PAY W 94r$m and pprv tt ft. stand for tho ollmlnation of fast muH cdvoHfilof . M!jJ:IMJI.j!m'si:fAti!M1.BT NATURALLY HE'S PROUD OF HIS '56 FORE) . . BRIDGE OPIN HON. Oiri Til I P.M. SAT. TIL 6:00 ST. LOUIS' LARGEST FORD Kansas Repeats as Big 7 Indoor Track Champion KANSAS CITY, March 3 (API The Kansas Jayhawks, pack-ing their scoring punch In the distinct runs, won their fifth successive Big Seven conference indoor track championship with a total of 51 points tonight. Oklahoma finishtd second with 4514 points and Missouri third with 36. c . Following in order were Colo- rado. 2156. Iowa State 13W. Kansas State 8, and Nebraska 4V$. ' Four meet records were set and another equalled in the two nights of competition In Municipal Auditorium. Bill Nieder of Kansas, the Big Seven's No. 1 candidate for an Olympic berth, was the individual star with a 59-9V4 in the shotput in last night's preliminaries. Meet records faling tonight were in the pole vault, 14 feet 8V4 by Hendrik Kruger, Okla-horns: the mils relay by Oklahoma's foursome of Charles Folsom, William Pvitchett, Jim Denton and John Dahl in 3:20, and the high jump at 8 feet 7Vj inches by Bob Lang of Missouri. In his first try in the finals, Nieder measured 56-8. He scratched on - his second try. Robert Vandee of Oklahoma placed second at 52-1014. Friti Hageboeck of Colorado was the second defendine champion to come through. He won the 60-yard high hurdles in 7.5 seconds, a fifth of a second under his mark of last year. I A crowd estimated at 7000 saw the forty-eighth running of the indoor meet. Seniors Stand Out In Dayton Triumph DAYTON, O.. March 3 (UP) Dayton's seniors were the big guns tonight as the Flyers closed their season with a 71-58 victory over Cincinnati. Paced by Senior Center Bill Uhl with 22 points, the Flyers were ahead all the way although Cincinnati rallied to cut their lead to three points with six minutes left when the score was 55-52. At that point, Dayton clicked with the great team effort which boosted the Flyers to the No. 2 spot In the country. They hit from all angles and quickly were in the clear for good. Capt. Jim Paxson of Dayton, named to the U.S. Olympic squad tonight, scored 18 points while Dayton's third starting senior, Ray Derringer, hit 14 points. The victory was Dayton's twenty-third in 26 games and left the Flyers primed for their fifth trip to the National Invitational Tournament In New York later this month. Rockhurst in N.A.I.A. KANSAS CITY. March 3 (AP) The Rockhurst Hawks whipped tne Kirksvllle Bulldogs, 81-62, tonight to qualify for the National Association of Intercol legiate Athletics tournament. AS LOW AS PER WEEK Louis ItHtr Business liiraan ichomcs and "fimmich" fyot M. EY. 3-2353 DSALEU Big Seven Summaries SO-YAKI) LOW H1HKI4CH - Won by Jar-K llavls. Missouri ; KoKfr Orn-thiff, Missouri, seauiiiW 41m Denton, Oklahoma, third: f.ene O'Connor, CKn.au Htata, fourth) Frits iiam--nrrk, Colorado, fifth, 'lima .!), MII.K Kt'N Hon by Al Frame. Kantian; Keith fiaoon, Missouri, wfloond; Hal I.OIII, Kiiimu, third: Lnwrll Janipn, HwikU, fourth: Jlitt Vunk, (i.loruilu, fifth. Tlmo 4m. I O.K., l'OI.K VAULT Won by Hrndrlok kron-T, Oklahoma, 14 ft, ti'-r hi. i I'aul Mllli-r, tiankai Ntato, 1'avr Tamil, haiiMii, and f arl Malum), Mlxiiourl. thd for Iffond. 1.1 ft. U In.; Harold MllllKon, lona Htat. Cliarlrt Randolph, Nrbraaka. and Strtvart, Vtalk-rr, lolorado, tlrd fur fifth. IS ft. 80-VAHI) HKIH HI Itlll.K Hon by r'rtU HaKrbtM.flt, Colorado; I'll 1 1 Kra-tlcr, Oklahoma, unetind: Jim Itrntnn, Oklahoma, third John Mrlntyrr, Mikhourl, fourth: Gvne O'f oimur, Kaniaa Stat, flflh. Tlnw T.da. 80-YAKli DASH Woa by nirk Blair, Kaniaa: Jai-k Davit, llsourl, frond: Hrnry Pblhnon, Iowa Statr, third; Larry Chaw. Colorado, fourth; Donald Cravu, low. tttatc. filth. Tlmr .3i. SHOT FI T Won by Bill Mdr. Kan-taa. S9 ft, 94 In, I Hnbart Vandw, Oklahoma, srnnd, H'j ft. I0V In.t Al OrrU-r, Kamaa. third. 61 ft. ' In,; ken fUlnrrii, Nebrafcka, fourth, SO ft. S'4 In; Leonard Hoses, Nebraska, filth. 49 II. I. BROAD Jl'MP Won by Krwln Cook, Oklahoma, 24 ft. I In.; Kent Hnrke, Kansas, second. 24 fl. In. Henry riiiimon, lima Mate, third, J:l ft. 4s, In.; Leon Moore. Oklnhoma. fourth, 32 ft. In.; frank Mastln, Kansas, fifth, ti ft. a. la. 4III-VAKI) DASH Won by Cbarlea Folsom. Oklahomai Charles Nmlth, Colorado, second: Jim MeHlarrow. Oklahoma, third: Larry Fr.ni'li. Kansas mate, fourth; William I'rttrhett, Oklahoma, fifth. Time HO.'fa. TWO-M1I.K RI'N Won by Jerry Me-Nenl, Kansas: Jim Wyatt, Colorado, second: Charles Williams, Missouri, third: Bob Nicholson, Kansas, fourth; Kooert r:iwooit, eDrasHa, mtn. Tlnw 9m. 31.0s. New Haven Is 86-53 Winner Over Mayview SPRINGFIELD, Mo March 3 New Haven became the first Class S (Small School) basketball champion in state history when it defeated Mayview High, 88-53, here tonight. Attendance at the final round was 745. Ken Quest led New Haven with 25 points. Archie defeated Clever, 60-58, In overtime, for third place honors, NEW HAVKV (Hfl) MAYVIKW R3 Hi.fT.r . J'ti.eT.f. Hoerslkam Wilson Quel Wolfe DlederlrJl Kueel Baker Harrier I'loeirer Kins-sherry Vernon Yerroof Kuerk A A 1 Itrooks u :t J.Lotkhart a S 1 K.LockJtart 1 1 2 Tyrea 3 O .1 Ha.Lekhrt. .1 1 4 Nmlth O 9 1 Hawthomo O O O n 0 0 Totala 31 32 30 Seoro by Terlods: 1 New Haven 8A Mayview - lo Officials: Hanry Totala 17 19 28 J .1 4 IS St 22 SB IT IB 10 S3 and Vt eaver. TED'S EZ WAY TO BUY YOUR PLYM0UTH-DE SOTO BIO BEND 4 MANCHESTER CHAMPIONS These ore NOT STANDARDS these are fhe famous Firestone CHAMPIONS, safety proved on speedways for your safety on the highways. POPULAR 6:70x15 SIZE '0 MOUNTED FREE Otk.r sins mi similar sevlaf I ' 'Cardinals to Be Lettered Across Road Uniforms ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.. March 3. GENERAL MANAGER FRANK LANE conferred today with Oscar Roett-ger, representing the company manufacturing the Cardinals' new uniforms, and announced that he had decided to have the name "Cardinals" lettered across the new traveling uniform shirts as well as on the white home uniforms. The letters will be In scarlet, edged with navy blue. Lane had planned only an interlocking "St. L." on the road shirts. "We're not taking the color out of the Cardinals or their uniforms," Lane remarked. He had heard that some old-timerj resented the dropping of the pair of Red-birds astride a bat, hallmark of the Cardinals through their great years. "Wait till you see the uniforms and the men we have in them. I don't think anybody will be disappointed." he said. Concordia Is Tourney Winner By a Special Correspondent of the Post-Dispatch. SPRINGFIELD, 111., March 3 Concordia Seminary of St. Louis successfully defended its Concordia Invitation basketball tournament crown here tonight, walloping Concordia of Spring field, 82-84, in the title game. Concordia of Seward, Neb., took third place honors in the preliminary game by defeating Concordia of River Forest, 111., 88 to 68. Seward's Bulldogs were 72-54 victims of the Preachers in the first round earlier today. Dave Joekel, Joe Hauser and Dave Ludwig were the scoring stars for the repeating champs. Joeckel poured in 23 points, Hauser 20 and Ludwig 18 as the Eldon (Pete) Pederson's charges closed out a campaign that netted 12 victories, compared to 10 setbacks. The Preacher s' second straight championship conquest in the tourney gave them five titles in the last six meets. CONCORDIA Hjl hl'KINCI IKl.n rii.rr.r. um Mahttkv u i ni.rr.r". R'niartner 4 J Clausen tit llorltix firuenka Hrln Joerkel Rest l.udffla rau-er arson fe'hrdler 1 II 1 i. inn fl Matlsrn iM sorts l.eti.eh :t llahl 4 I'&lomaki 1 hlems fl Kelnhardt O 0 t O n I fl O 0 in :i H ii n n i I o A H 3 3 ;i a .1 4 II o 4 4 Meek VoiiHrrlaia n 0 Reeta O O Total! 3,11217 Totals 211 W 14 Nrore at half: Coneordia 44, sprint-field 33. Officials; Jeffries and Ciroeseh. vm0 asy cor until you fan Amarita i aaly camplataly aaw If Si modal, tha oil new Nash Rambltr, full sist 4-pas-sanftr 4daar sadoa delivered to yaw tar lass raoaay than tha sa-aallad "low priced threa" at Rieflina Nash, Missouri's largest, 40 years at 232) S. Jeffartaa. Soak rates, 1 years a aoy. Suburban's Special Spring DRIVE ON SAFE TIRES! i NOT RE-TREADS NOT BLEMISHED BUT BRAND NEW ... f0 Plus Tax and Exchange TIRE WAREHOUSE 2110 Market Sf. GE. 6 Clara Wieman Fourth in City Bowling Meet Clara Wieman, member of the Wagner Women's Handicap league ai w. & t. Kecreation, had a 626 total to take fourth place in the singles competition of the annual women's city handicap championship bowling tournament yesterday at DuBowl Lanes. Evie Fanning paces the singles with 633, thirty-three pins behind last year's winning score. There were two additions in the doubles action, Helen Ho-gf:nmlller and Florence Huenke rolled 1193 for seventh place. Helen Disser and Eleanor Kuehl had 1185 to make the first 10. There were no changes in the two divisions of the team competition. Women's City Pin Tourney Standings Cl-Asa A TEAMS Team. Brore. Irvine Co. Jtl74 V. It H. Keerrallon liiBD A. V. L. . I'rolresslva Fersounel 2H1IV hpoonert 2lifi (aprl T.R. SHOT Nu-l'roresB Kt:t Hard Snillh 2B:il Imperial Mai Un'ill duality I). 2: CLASS B TKA.MS Rohae I-odeo 3110 Jolly Flva lifilU lirtfxshausrr - tfAHU Itahr T. Hill Toppers aflat UH-IIrl 3341 l.reeubrlar an:n ht. Ann's 2-1:14 l.oral 181 an:il Aiihruser-Busi h C-S tin l)Ol III.KS fcVK.NT Howlers. Ncore I'll MoMi-nlrh-Hrlrn Haerkel Uftu Vivian Mott-HI Jernnek 124H Ann Kamp-HfNsle lalumondlera 1'iill ftiilh liood-l' lorenre Frost . i'Mn Itlnurhe fcunimers-Kslher Laril 1"'H Kern Mi m-l.ludys llatrh 11US Heverlv Hrlek-rlillr Lloxlts 1 I HH Helen Hournmlller-Kiorrni e Huenka llll:i Helen Hl-ser-l'leanor Kuehl 1IS.1 Marv Tulilia-llrlores Hmllh I 1 8 1 VVIInu Shirley-Pauline iNnllh 1 1 H I Josephine Camp-Anna Soltys lluy SINULKS tVh.NT Bowler. Score. Kile l ahnlnt h:M I altnlne Hrneeke i Jiseph ne l.atiratta b27 i lara Wieman Ann imi rim Anna Hannn tils Anna .Mae Southard ml Violet Ml. lark HIT VI lrker fiia Marie Mueller BIO Ulancha summers BUB ALL EVKNTH Hoivler. T. 11. S. Total. Pauline Rmlth 875 7I SIS 1(174 Marie H 11m. II A44 AB2 BJl lli.lH l-altalne Hrneeke B07 Al4 A7.1 Anna M. Kvanrk AA4 6.14 SIS Wit) Midway Bowlers Win. Ken Blount's 234 high single and Don Henkel's 604 total took the Individual scoring honors in the BPA Traveling League action last night at Saratoga Lanes in l'.Iaplewood. Saratoga had team high three of 2746 but dropped two games to Bowl-O-Crat. Other team results: Midway Lanes 3, Terry Moore 0; Gplden Eagle 2, Eddie's Lanes 1, Arway 2, Sports Bowl 1, "AS Pay as Little as 75' A WEEK! We Finance Our Own - 1373

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