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Muncie, Indiana
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Friday, April 26, 1946
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1 THE MUNCIE STAR. FRIDAY. APRIL 26. 1946 13 Cardinal Thinlies Beat Tigers 75-56 Greencastle, Ind.. April 25 Ball State gobbled up ten of the fourteen individual events to beat De-Pauw in a dual track and field meet here this afternoon, 75 to 56. Coach John V. Magnabosco's ardinals surrendered first position inly in the 100 and 220-yard lashes, won by DePauw's Bob Dgden; the 880-yard run, won by Vest; the discus throw, won by viay, and the mile relay, rhree Double Winners Ogden was home in the fine ime of :09.9 in the 100-yard dash vith Perry of DePauw, Shryock of Jail State, and Valandingham of iall State close on his heels. He von the 220-yard dash in :23.2. Double winners for Ball State .ere Jim Swinford, who won the tule and two-mile, and Dietrich, ho was a Winner in both hurdles aces. Other Cardinal winners included larick in the 440-yard dash 'hillips and Thacker, who tied in he pole vault; Bill Coleman, who 'on the shot; Eldon Stoops, high amp winner; Thacker, who won le broad jump, and Vic Overman, ho prevailed in the javelin irow. The Cardinals slammed the ttter event, with Keever second nd McClausland third. Summary: 100-yard dash Ogden. DePauw, rst; Perry, DePauw, second; hryock. Ball State, third. Turn )9.9. 220-yard dash Ogden, DePauw, rst; Shryock, Ball State, second; alandingham, Ball State, third, ime :23.2. 440-yard dash Rarick, Ball ate, first; Brown, DePauw, sec-id; Riser, Ball State, third. Time 880-yard run West, DePauw, rst; McLeod, DePauw, second arick. Ball State, third. Time oa Mil run Swinford, Ball State, rst; Sohn, DePauw, second; 'ackwood, Ball State, third. Time 4:50.5. Two-mile run Swinford, Ball ate, urst; Everett. .Ban state, cond; Myers, DePauw, third. me 11:09. 120-yard high hurdles Dietrich, ill State, first; Gubbins, De-iuw, second; Dandelles, DePauw, ird. Time :17.0. 220-yard s low hurdles Dietrich, ill State, first; Gubbins, DePauw, cond; Dandelles, DePauw, third. me :27.S. Pole vault Phillips, Ball State, d Thacker, Ball State, tied for st and second; Pauley, DePauw, ird. Height 10 feet, 3 inches. Shotput Coleman, Ball State, st; May, DePauw, second; ?ever. Ball State, third. Distance 38 feet. 6 inches. High jump Stoops, Ball State, st; Valandingham, Ball State, d Murray, DePauw, tied for sec-d and third. Height 5 feet, 5 ?hes. Broad jump Thacker, Ball ate, first; Stackle, DePauw, sec- d; Valandingham, Ball State, ird. Distance 20 feet, zhes. Javelin throw Overman, Ball ate, first; Keever, Ball State, ond; McClausland, Ball State, rl Distance 160 feet. Mile relay Won by DePauw ields, McLeod, West, Brown); 11 State, second. Time 3:46.1. Discus throw May, DePauw, st; McClausland, Ball State, sec-d; Wright, DePauw, third. Dis-ice 111 feet. 5 inches. Bowling "Anchors Aweigh," battle song of 9 navy, was composed by Band-ister Charles A. Zimmerman in 16. It was first sung at an Army-ivy football game in 1907. Universal League (City Recreation) Led by Hammers with a hefty 653 count, Tom Graves with 607, Bill Cottom with 572, and Judy with 562, Van Dam Cigars won three from Indiana Bridge. Ham mers rolled 214, 237, and 202 and Graves posted 214, 222, and 171 Maynard rolled 572 for the losers. Dibble rolled 585 and Keppler 575 for Gill Clay Pot as the team won two from Wearly Monuments. Frank Koontz rolled 632 and Sheldon Lane 617 for the losers. with Koontz getting 191, 204, and 237 and S. Lane 179. 248. and 190, Freas rolled 615, Oakley 609 and Stillwagon 591 for Fisher Oil as the team won two from Kelsey JJectnc. Freas rolled 211, 203, and 201 and Oakley 179, 232, and 198. Kelsey of the losers rolled 600 on games of 212, 180, and 208 and Olsen contributed 552. Led by Lindley with 569, Mof-fitt Insurance won three from Jefferson ' National - Life. Steinmetz of the losers rolled 562. Boswell rolled 570 and Huffman 566 for Galliher Insurance as the club won a series from Kresge Com' pany. m. xaus rolled 566 for the losers. Ladies Handicap League (City Recreation) Elks won two from Hi-Hat Hamburger. Shelby of the losers rolled 464. Led by Stanford with 480, Singer Sewing Machine won two from Magic City Beverage. isurke rolled 491 for the losers. Russell rolled 491 and Cottom 464 for Delaware Hotel as the team won two from Davis Flowers. Moore rolled 476 and O'Neill 461 for the losers. Led by Mitchell with 464, Owl Drugs won three from Coca-Cola. Fouts rolled 492 for Durham No. 2 as the team won two from Durham No. 1. Twentieth Century League (Muncie Bowling Center) Led by Tom Graves with 584. Glaser and Taylor won two from Ballard Hardware. Douglas of the losers fired 564. Freas rolled 617 for Borden Furnas Ice Cream as the team won two from Midwest Towels. His games were 201, 180 and 236. Led by Knecht with 609 and Femyer with 555, Muncie Tool won two from Dietzen Bakers. Green Point Barbecue rolled 2,953 to sweep a series with American Legion and Hammers rolled 640, Falls 623, Koontz 613 and Howard Lane 573 for the winners. Hammers' games were 152, 213 and a huge 275, Falls rolled 225, 184 and 214, and Koontz rolled 207, 189 and 217. Kelber rolled 575 and Weimer 562 for the losers. Led by Boyce Fehrman with 592 and Herbert with 567, Dillow Company won two from Galliher Insurance. Medsker's 577 was high for the losers. Ehrlich rolled 589 and Gindhart 562 for Jefferson National Life as the team won two from Pepsi-Cola. Smith rolled 582 for the losers. Wednesday Night Handicap League (City Recreation Alleys) Led by Coleman with 614 and Koontz with 600, Delco Grinders won three from Sandy's Service. Coleman hit 231. 179 and 204, and Koontz 176, 223 and 201. Delco Oxide won two from Warner Machine. Chevrolet Forge won three from Delco Charging. American Laundry won two from Hall and Jones Service. Manis of the losers rolled 557. Ross's Corner won two from Delco Personnel. Muncie Church League (City Recreation) College Avenue No. 2 won three from College Avenue No. 1. High Street No. 3 won two from In dustry U. B Presbyterian won two from Walnut Street Baptist. First Baptist won two from High Street No. 2. High Street No. 1 won two from Riverside U. B. Minneapolis Blanked by Milwaukee Minneapolis, April 25 UP) Ewald Pyle and Woody Abernathy today continued their mound duel of last week in Milwaukee but on this occasion the Brewer lefthander turned the tables on his Minneapolis rivals to earn a 3-to-0 triumph. Pyle held the Millers to three hits and never was in any real danger. Abernathy had a one-hit game until the eighth inning, giving up three in the last two rounds. Score: B H E Milwaukee 000 00O 013 3' 4 6 000 0 Minneapolis Pyle and Rolandson. 000 000 3 0 Felderman; Abernathy and HOMERS FOR SAINT WIN St. Paul, April 25 UP) A home run by Eric Tipton, St. Paul left fielder, with the bases loaded broke a 4-to-4 tie with Kansas City in the eighth inning today and the Saints won, 9 to 5. Score: - R XT S Kansas City ........ ooo Oia am sin i St. PU1 300 100 05 1J a Rels, Holcomb (1). Bradley (7) and Sil vers; Nltchola. Diet. (7), Bloat 47). Bherer (9) and Dantonlo. INDIANS POUND BIRDS Columbus. April 25 UP) Glen Fletcher coasted to a 10-to-l vic tory tonight as the Indianapolis Indians defeated Columbus in the opener of a two-game series. Fletcher, allowing six hits.- eave the Red Birds their lone tally after ne neid a ten-run lead. - Bob Brady hit a home run over the right field fence, scoring two runners ahead of him in the seventh inning. Score: R H K Indianapolis ....... 000 001 450 lo' 10 4 (,-oiumDus 000 000 010 1 S Fletcher and Brad- Rhrrvh. rirHtnrm (7), Nelson ( and Malone. HENS DROP COLONELS Toledo, April 25 UP) The Mud Hens made it three victories in a row tonght with a 6-to-4 conquest of Louisville In the first of a two-game series. Homer Gibson went the distance for Toledo, giving un eight hits and fanning nine besides contributing a double which drove in a run. Score: wmisvm OOO 120 0104 S 4 xoieao 102 101 10 6 3 Patton. Simond.i (St. Lunnn i ni mailers; uioson ana Moss. Boston Blues Play Packers at McCulloch Sunday The Boston Blues, who formerly operated as the St. Louis Stars, will help the Muncie Kuhner Packers open their schedule Sun day afternoon at the McCulloch Park baseball diamond. The game will start at 2:30 o'clock and Mayor John Hann ton will toss out the first ball to Kuhner Packing Company Official Henry Kuhner. A flag-raising ceremony also is scheduled. Manager Orville Webber of the Packers will select his starting pitcher from a staff that includes Joe Morris, Jake Jett, Bill Frazier and Bill Miller. Aaron Belcher will officiate at the plate, with Odie Barnett on the bases. The Blues play in the Negro United States League and are managed by Tom "Big Train" Par ker, who usually plays in right field. Six or the eight regulars are former servicemen. Eldridge May-weather is regarded as one of the fanciest first-sackers in Negro baseball and ranks with the great hitters of the sport. Tall Frank McAllister, who hits so well that he is used in the out field when not pitching, will be the mound choice of Manager Parker. Plank Bros. Have Them! , ALL SIZES TARPA LBS WATERPROOF FIREPROOF MILDEW-PROOF 5x8 Feet jj 6x8 0.84 Feet n jj 6x10 Feet 7x9 Feet 8x12 Feet ...$4.80 ...S5.04 ...$7.68 10x12 Feet 10x14 Feet 10x16 Feet ..$9.60 $11.20 .$12.80 Many Other Sizes Available at Proportionately Low Prices Painters and Interior Decorators DROP and DUST COVERS AS LOW AS Sg.48 9x12 SIZE OTHER SIZES AVAILABLE AN 920 W. 8th St. Phone 5546 Miss Curtis Will Seek Record in Purdue Pool Lafayette, Ind., April 25 UP) - Ann Curtis of San Francisco's Crystal Plunge Club will try for new world's record for the 440- yard free-style in the feature event of Purdue University's an nual galacade May 3-5. The old mark is 5:12.8, set by R. Hveeer oi uenmarK. Dick Papenguth, Boilermaker swimming coach and master of ceremonies for the water show, said today Miss Curtis probably would try for new marks in other events also. Miss Curtis holds thirteen American records in the free-style from 100 yards to one mile and led Crystal Plunge to the team championship in the women's indoor A.A.U. meet at Seattle two weeks ago. Her team also will be defending champion in the women's outdoor A.A.U. meet at Shakamak State Park next August. Two-Motor Racer Among Six Entries - in Speedway Race Indianapolis, April 25 UP) A two-motor oddity and three foreign cars were among six entries today for the 500-mile race at In dianapolis motor speedway May 30, bringing the field to thirty- nve cars. Lou Fageol of the Twin Coach Co., Kent, O., entered a four-wheel drive creation with separate motors for front and rear wheels. Paul Russo, of Kenosha, Wis., who placed ninth in the last "500" five years ago, will drive it. Harry O'Reilly Schell of Monaco entered two Maseratis in addition to a Maserati and an Alfa Romeo he had entered previously. All four vehicles will be brought from France. Schell will drive one racer. His other pilots will be French two of them with one-handle names. They are listed as Lanza, Raph and Louis Gerard. Raph, one-time Roosevelt raceway driver, will handle the Alfa Romeo. Another Alfa Romeo was entered today by Don Lee, Inc., of Los Angeles. The driver was not announced. Other new entrants were Overton Phillips of Pasadena, Cal., whose eight-cylinder car will be piloted by Harold Rob-son, and Fred Johnston of Hamilton, O., who nominated a four-cylinder job with Duke Dinsmore as driver. Entries will close at . midnight next Wednesday. The field at present includes seven Maseratis, three Alfa Romeos and a Mercedes. Tazio Nuvolari of Italy may bring a three-car team. Eighteen of the thirty-five official entries are supercharged, three are front-wheel drive and two are four-wheel drive. The list includes fifteen eight-cylinder cars, twelve "fours" and eight "sixes." Indiana Light Heavy Champ Beats .Sheridan Fort Wayne, Ind., April 25 UP) Tommy Charles, 170, Terre Haute, state light heavyweight champion, outpointed Al Sheridan, 173, Indianapolis, in a ten-round championship bout here tonight. The champion held a definite edge all the way in retaining his crown. There were no knockdowns. Willis Jones, 136, Gary, took a six-round decision over Tiger Wills, 138, Columbus, O. Freddie Tibbs, 140, Columbus, O., and Tommy Welch, 140, Dayton, O., fought a six-round draw. Harry Ochstein, 140, Fort Wayne, outpointed Art Arbuckle, 144, Indianapolis, in four rounds. Gene Thomas, 165, Fort Wayne, won a four-round decision . from Bob Cain, 165, Indianapolis. Eagles League (City Recreation) Haverstick rolled 651 for Feet as the team swept a series from Legs. His games were 182, 232, and 237. C. Bartling rolled 579 for Necks as the team won three from Claws. P. Schwartz of the losers rolled 594. Koontz rolled 598 to help Eyes win three from Wings. Led by Clark with 564, Heads won two from Feathers. Anderson Whips Cats Here, 3 to 2 The Anderson Indians scored two runs in the first half of the seventh inning to defeat the Cen tral Bearcats, 3 to 2, in a North Central Conference baseball game played -yesterday afternoon at McCulloch Park. Denver Wooten of Muncie Cen tral and Loose of Anderson, en gaged in a hurling duel, the for mer giving up seven hits, and the latter yielding only three safeties. The Indian inner defense was lm potent at times, seven errors being charged against those in the field. Play at Anderson Today In the Central half of the third. the Bearcats forged into a 3-to-0 lead on two Anderson fielding mis cues and a base hit by Fred Rob ling. Anderson got one of the runs back in the sixth and in the sev enth the Redskins tallied the tying ana winning markers on safeties by Mills, Loose and Weatherly. ioose, the Anderson pitcher. helped win his own game. He scored the tying run in the sixth when Weatherly, the Indian left fielder, banged out a triple. In the final stanza, Loose and Weatherly collaborated in the death-dealing run scoring. Muncie hits were registered bv n-uuiing, owamwooa ana uioson. wooten struck out four of the enemy and Loose whiffed five. The Bearcats play a return engagement at Anderson this afternoon. R. H. E. Anaerson MO 001 3 3 7 7 central 002 000 0 2 1 ft Loos. Wooten. Vandergrlff, Dooley. "M' CLUB MEETS TONIflHT lviemDers or tne m Club, an organization of former Muncie central athletes, are invited to at tena a meeting at 7:30 o'clock tonight at Heekin Park Cabin No. 5, Indiana State Wins Terre Haute, Ind., April 25 UP) Indiana State's baseball team defeated Central Normal today, 13 to 5, with each team making five errors. The Sycamores started off with two runs in the first inning and clinched the contest with five-run bursts in the third and fourth. Score: R H E Central Normal .... 000 110 030 5 8 5 Indiana State . 205 500 10 13 10 S Mohlar and AUtop: Douglas and Gates. Middletown Ladies' League (City Recreation) Conyers rolled 519 including games of 168. 176 and 175, as Cade's Florists team won three from Commercial Printing. . Hubbard rolled 491 for the losers. Moore rolled 480, O'Neill 471. and Graves 458 for Whitney Dairy as the team won three from Eagles. Russell hit 465 for the losers. Led by B. Kimberlin with 513, including games of 135, 223, and 155. Hotel Delaware won two from Sigma Beauty. NOW Ends Sat. PLUS ACTION HIT! SUNSET CARSON- IT STEWART McKINNCY CHAPTER ONE "HOP HARRIGAN NOW Thru Sat. J "-G-M Music"!, PLUS MYSTERY HIT! . .i nu if. mm fOMUBK OSAliain . .... "AN SY Waldorf I Vvl Idward ARNOLD Vf;Jf cugat' jyLv and Hu Orchestra j STARTS SUNDAY I Dead or Atv...p; j. ' t I i Dames At I , 1 DobU-TrouW I I For Him! lA 1 HOW! 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Star Pilot, champion two-year-old colt of last year, has not been training too -well and as a result was declared out of the derby. His withdrawal leaves Mrs. Graham with Lord Boswell, Knockdown and Colony Boy as her deiby hopes. Lord Boswell won the $12,500 event today in his first start since winding up his two-yeai-old cam paign last November. In a smashing finish after being all but left at the post, the high-powered son of Boswell, piloted by Eddie Arcaio, who will ride him in the derby, hung his nose on the wire in front of Hal Price Headley's Pellicle. Warren Wright's In Earnest, who battled it out with the pace setters most of the way around, finished third, 21i lengths behind the two leaders, and a neck in front of Headley's Plumper, who r cut out all the early pace before Z, fading. Cardinal Netters at Earlham Today Ball State will oppose Earlham in a tennis meet this alternoon at Richmond. 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