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Lema Slips to 72 But Clings To 3-Shot Lead in Buick Open GRAND BLANC, Mich. (AP) —Tony Lema bogied the last two holes Saturday and had to settle for a 72 and a diminishing two-stroke lead over Dow Finstenvald at the end of three rounds of the $66,000 Buick Open Golf Tournament. Kinstcrwakl shot a tliree-un- cler 69 for a 54-hole tola) of 209 compared with Lema's 207. Mason Rudolph was in third position at. 211. Phil Rodgcrs, who held the first round lead with a 67, blew to an 84 and missed making the i cut hv three strokes. Buick Ope Tony Lemo ................ 69-66-n— 207 Dow FinslcrwnlU .......... 70-70-69— 709 Mason Rudolph ............ 68-70-73— 21 1 Charles SIKord ............ 75-71-68— 214 Don January ............... 70-74-70—514 Harold Knecce ............. /7-72-70— 714 Robert Panasluk ........... 72-75-68-515 Ken Jay Arl LEMA GETS BOGEY—Tony Lema, ihe leader after 54 holes of play in the Buick Open, chips up short on the eighth green at Grand Blanc, Michigan in. Saturday play. Lema Iwo- putted for a four on ihe three-par hole, but still leads by Iwo strokes going into tho final round. (AP Wire- photo). venturl 72-74-09—215 Dolan 71-70-74—J1S Wall Jr 75-71-70—21« Bob Charier, 71-73-72—216 Bob Goalby 72-7J-72—214 jerry Pitlman 73-71-72—216 Al Balttina 72-72-72-216 Lionel Heb<?rt 73-75.69-217 Ceorqe Knudson 73-74-70—317 Pete~ Brown 75-M-73—217 Ray Floyd 70-72-75—217 Tommy Bolt 72-75-71—218 Jack Burke 72-72-74—218 Johnny Pott 73-72-73—218 Gary Player 70-74-74-218 Kcl Naale 73-70-75—218 Doug Ford I. 71-72-75-218 Bill Collins 71-71-74—218 Lema now faces a lough challenge from Dow Finsterwald, who fired a three-under par 69 Saturday to move within two strokes of the leader. Lema wants to become the first pro golfer in almost two years to score back-to-back tourney victories. Jack Nicklaus, who passed up (lie tourney here for extra prac- j tice rounds for next week's National Open, was the last pro to capture two consecutive tourneys when he won in Seattle and Portland, Ore. in September of 1962. Lema won the Thun- (Jcrbird open last vSunday. * * * n Leaders Jock Rule 75-76-68-51' Bob Dudcn 76-73-70—219 Gaylon Simon 72-74-73—219 Georgo Archer 71-75-73—219 Bob Rosburg 75-71-73-219 Billy Casper 71-73-76—219 Julius Boros 72-77-71-220 Al Gelberger 75-74-71-220 Dave Raqan 74-73-73—210 Tommy Aaron 73-74-73—120 Bruce Devlin 76-70-74—220 Kcrmlf Zarlcy 74-72-74—520 Dean Relram 72-73-75—220 Roy Pace 75-A9-76—220 Dan Slkes 72-71-77—220 Gay Brewer 76-75-70—221 Sam Sneacl 75-74-72—221 Charles Coody 74-75-72—221 Walter Burkcmo 70-78-73—221 Jacklo Cuplt 73-75-73—221 l.abron Harris 71-77-73—221 Phil Wlcchman 74-73-74—221 Dulf Lawrence 72-75-74—221 Jack McGowon 75-72-74—221 Jerry Edwards 73-73-75—221 Lema, attracting an estimated 90 per cent of the more than 17,000 fans, did not find (he 7,280-yard course as easy as he did in Friday's second round when he shot a 66. But he had enough of (lie master touch left in the first nine and made the turn with a four- stroke lead over Mason Rudolph. Rudolph faded on the back nine and shot n one-over par 73. Lema complained that the heat, humidity and wind bothered him. His round took five. hours and 22 minutes to 'complete. On No. 17 he three-putted from about 20 feet out. He was trapped on the 18th, made a poor third shot out of the trap and two-putted. a 6 on (he 432-yard ninth hole. Kinstcrwald's second shot landed on the fairway but after taking his third shot a cloud of dirt arose and he shot a provisional ball, thinking that the area might, have been ruled as ground under repair. George Walsh, assistant tourney director, ruled that the ball was playable and Finsterwald had to take his 6. "To say I was upset was put- j ing it mildly." was Finster- ' rulina. ; Ijoma needed 28 putts to get ; through (he. round. He was in | the trap on four holes. He got joul safely and scored pars the 1 first three times but his lurk ran out on Ihe 18th. Section Three Cole Tied With Picard In State Golf Amateur Lake Charles American Press West Lake by 5-1 ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) -Clayton Cole of Monroe went three over par on the last two holes Saturday, but still tied Shirley Picard of Lafayette for the lead after three rounds in the 72-hole Louisiana state amateur golf championship. Cole, 23, who played the difficult Alexandria Country Club course in par 72, picked up four strokes on the veteran Picard, who slumped to H 76 after leading Ihe '(filli annual tournament for two rounds j ! Their 217 total left. Cole and; j Picard two strokes ahead of' j young Hick Nevils of Baton Rouge and three ahead of three Shreveporl youn g s t e r s, Don; Easterwood, Johnny Hopkins! and Robert Flager, who finish-! cd the third round with 220. I Moving gradually into conlen- j lion with a 221 total after a poor i start was John Martin of Lafayette. Medalist Alliin Johnson of Alexandria, who was one stroke off the pace after one round and three back after 30 holes, shot a 78 for a 222 total. The tournament will end with a 18-hole round Sunday. THE LEADERS Shirley Picard, Lalaycllt Clayton Cole, Baton Rouq» Don Eastcrwood, Shrcvcport Johnny Hopkins, Shrsvcporl Roucrl Rcml'T, John Marfjn, 71-70-76-217 75-70-7'l-ll7 74-73-72—2I» 7:1-71-76—220 71-74-75-220 74 /3-/J—WO BY CHARLIE MEYERS WEST LAKE - Sulphur Post 17 ( J kept firm command of first place in the District 7 Western Division American Legion baseball race here Saturday night, crossing a major hurdle with a tension - packed 5-1 victory over West Lake behind the five-hit pitching of Bobby Barnes. The victory was the third without a loss for the surging Sulphur nine and left the host Kile's all even -i: 2-1 What started off as ;.iii ,'iir- tighl pitching duel between the (in-balling Barnes and \Ycsl Lake curve ball artist Denny Stolhaiid turned into a wild ai- l;iir in the last three frames, with Barnes losing his .shutout in the lasl of the seventh when his learn made three straight Barnes struck out 12 in the contest, one more than Slo!- hand, who surrendered six hits and was himself the victim of some loose play afield when Sulphur broke the ice with a ' pair of runs in the fifth and added three more in the sixth. Although both teams had scor- j ing opportunities, it was still 0-0 j going into the top of the fifth. ; Barnes, a star at the plate as well as on the mound, led off the frame with a single up Ihe middle and was moved down to second on a bunt by Ken Smith. At tins point, manager Bur- ncy Burns made the only personnel change of the ball game, sending Terry Saucier in to bat Jor Brad Thompson, and the i move paid off in spades, al- 1 though not exactly the way- Burns hud planned it. ' Sander struck out on a curve In 220-Yard Run FRESNO. Calif. (AP)-Rullel Bub Hayes equalled his best-of-, life mark of 20.f> seconds for 220 yards around the turn and Fresno State's Hard Newman beat a strong 100-dash field in 9.U Saturday at the NCAA College Division Track and Field championships. Hayes, of Florida A&M, history's \rnly 9.1 man m the 100, skipped that ecent but showed his speed in the 220 with a powerful start and pull-away sprint down the stretch. He was three- tenths of a second oil' Henry Carr's pending world record, (irajnbliny's Richard Stebbins was second in 20.9 in the meet's feature event Olympic prospect Jim Keel'e of Central Connecticut State got his second distance (Sold Medal with a 14:14.9 three-mile victory in 80-degree heat. Fresno's Sid Nickolas helped his school to tho team title with triumphs at 26 feet in the long- jump and 13.9 seconds in the wind-aided high hurdles. Nickolas also ran on Fresno's 40., r >-sccond victorious 440 - \;ird relay team. Newman was first off the blocks and never trailed against M field includiii} 1 y.2 dashman Kd Roberts of North Carolina College, who ended tilth. BULLETIN SAN WEGO, Calif. I.VI' —Fred llansen, formerly of Rice University, topped the world record in the pole- vault Saturday night with a vault of 17 feet 2'4 inches. ! ball into the dirt and when the wild pitch got past catcher ! Wayne Royer, Saucier legged : safely to first and Barnes moved over to third. On the very next pitch, Sau- i cier broke for second and when ] Royer threw down, Barnes; headed for the plate. The throw i bounded into center field and Saucier got up and took off for third. And when Robert Far- j row's toss back in from the' outfield sailed by the bag and • into the dugout, Saucier followed 1 Barnes across the plate for the second run. A lead-off home run by catcher . Richard Dore, a towering blast 1 i which cleared the street in back '. of left field, set the Post 179ers' off to their three-run sixth. ' After Stolhand retired the next I two batters, Barnes ripped a < single to right. Smith walked •, ;:nd Saucier brought Barnes home with a hit to center, sending Smith to third. Once again Saucier broke for . second and Smith scored the I i fifth run when Paul Greenslade ! dropped Royer's throw. ! West Lake spoiled Barnes | shutout in the last of the seventh j when Robert Farrow rapped his third straight hit with two out and legged it on to second when center fielder Darrell Ardoin booted the ball. Terry Collins then grounded to shortstop Robert Babineaux, whose throw got away from first baseman Glenn Zeringue. Zeringue then threw high to the plate in a vain attempt to get Farrow, whose run was the first given up by Sulphur in three Classified SUNDAY, JUNE 14, 1964, Loke Charles American Press Stevedores Blank Jennings by 12-0 One-Hiffer Paces 29 Liffle League Play Little League action, was In another Mid-City S c n i o r ' marked by excellent hitting and game the Colts clipped the i pitching here Saturday. Dears, 0-2, as Byron C.ibbs and i The Packers made good use ; Tommy Chapman combined for i of the one-hit, 11. s t r i k e-out j a six-hitter for ihe victors. Lalayrin* Albin Jolur.on, , Alexandria 72-72-78—222 Jimmy Hoppcn, Bociolusa n-74-78—2?J Ruddy Shod, Lafayetlr- /5-/4-7S—224 i-taiq Burns, Sulphur 72-74-77-221 Tommy ElKlns, Lake diaries 7S-75-7S—223 Von Schroder, Shrevcport 74-77-74—2VS Henry Cole, Monroe Aubrey Coif, jsion Legion baseball victory here Saturday night, riding Johnny Fryar's two - hit pilch- ing to a 12-0 verdict over host JENNINGS (Spl.) - The resurgent Lake Charles Stevedores romped to their second straight District 7 Western Div- Donaldson Is I " I VY Inn VI J Fryar, a hard - throwing right- hander, was magnificent on SULPHUR (Spl.) -- Sparkedj the mound, striking out 13 bat- by the two-hit pitching of young j ters. Only a single by Dennis Ronnie Ray, Donaldson of Sul- Romero in the second and a phur broke into the victory col- j double by Milton Simar in the umn in District 7 Western Divi- j third spoiled his bid for a no- pitching of Mike Lynche as they shut out the Merchants in a Mid- City Major league game. The Merchants' pitcher, Ralph Squyers, spoiled the no-hitter Jennings Production. The victory was the second in Clay a row for the Dockmen by that ! batters identical 12-0 margin and gives ; two-hit, them a 2-1 mark on the season. Jennings now stands 1-3. when he singled in the fourth, fourth. The Nationals defeated Sonnier, 9-5, by scoring all nine runs in the fourth inning, Sammy Lissolta drove in the winning run for the Nationals in the 7.1-75-77-224 7J-79-72—224 75-74-78-J27 75-74- II—m 76-76-76—22S 76-76-7;—22» 77-79-73—2!» 77-75-77-231 Barrilleau.v fanned 10 to give the ankers a 8-2 victorv over the The Brave-; nipped the Cubs fi-8 in tho Stm'Msicle National league. The. Brakes' Ralph Ro- Chemicals in another Major , • „ W||im league game. Paul Alley ol the b sum American Legion baseball! hitter. play here Saturday night with Meanwhile, a 7-1 romp over Oakdale. A big six-run outburst in the fifth inning did it for the Ford Bankers and Lee Baldwin of the Chemicals bad one home run apiece in the third inning. The Pelicans edged the Rams 16-14 by holding the Rams to six hits in the Mid City Minor jor Little league. Alex Buttler the Stevedores men, breaking a 1-1 tie after both teams had scored single tallies in the third. Hay started the big rally with a leadoff single, but prospects batters went out. Gerald Spell lashed a double, however, scoring Ray, and Sulphur was still in business on an infield error. Bobby Yerrett then followed with a two-run double and home on D. 1 were putting on their best hitting display of the season, pounding a trio of Producer hurlers for 13 hits, including three by Fryar himself. The Lake Charles nine poured across five runs in the second, added a " in fourth and sixth. In the big second, Ken Bouillon led off with a single, and after one was out Greg Dupin doubled him home. Leonard Arsement then singled and. Fry- The Owls made good use of run homer in the second for the the four-hit hurling of William Koop and Keith Zembowcr who combined for a lour-bitter in a 7-5 victory over the Nationals in a Mid-City Senior league tilt. National pitcher Mike Verga- In the same league the Colts bombed the ll-irnets 12-2. Colt Jim Lobdell was credited with the win. The Opticrats defeated the Na- Tom komlall, Now Orleans Bob Rorfgers, Lafayette Eugene Elcazor. Abbeville H. C. Scarborough, Lake Arthur .... William Jourdan, Covlngton Donald Doyle Jr., New Orleans .... Charlie Kcnnon, Baton Roucjn 79-75-77-231 David Rhcams, New Orleans 73-77-82-232 Stan Duhon, Lafayette 74-75-81—232 Jimmy Brand, Alexandria 76-76 80—232 WtUium Bain •<, Shrcvcpoit tO-79-73— l:\'l Fred Mel'.on. Ruslotl 77-/8-/4—7II C. W. Tulum. Shrevcport «.«-J?—2 .. Hillnian Cox, Covinnton S2-/7-/6—;.ii Curlev picaid, Lafayette Sl-73 ;;—,';;* Frank Fleldirr Ji . Alexandria 7i-73-80—2.:* Earl Tullos, Bogalusa 7J-78-BO—2.V Chip Lyman, Baton Rouge 76-75 88~2j» Jerry Lee Comraux, Lotayettc 80.79-30—229 Bob Hqrtauist, Monroe (3-80-83—241 Charles Clawson, Houma 83-81-77—241 Bob Kennon, Baton Rouge 89-84-88—261 doma hit a grand-slam homer in j tionals 14-8 in the Norlhside Mathe third inning while Owl Ken- " neth Lantrip hit a two-run homer In the second. Barnes knuckled down to make Valrie Widcamp his 12th strikeout victim to end the game. -Sulphur 000 02J 0—5 « 4 West Lake 0000001—1 5 4 Bobby Barnes and Richard Dore; Denny Stolhand and Wayne Royer. HR—Sulphur: Richard Oore, 6th, none 1 on. ar's hit plated Dupin. A ground U Mike ! °4 byt R , ayf Cole !? llowin f f ry -' BU£« al run s second scored Arse-1«. Ray. only 15 years old',' struck : menl and Kr yar rode home on v; ~ 8u out it and was in real trouble j Wayne Savoy's one-base blow., Co|(j in the third when the visi-1A double by David Spell brought in Savoy with the final run of MID-CITY SENIOR Nollonl! 004 001—5 4 Owls 130 03x—7 5 Mike Verrjadoma, Charles Abbott (4), Tlrn Fontenot (6) ond Charles Abbot, Ken Meche (6): William Koon, Keith Zembower (3) and Tommy Prioia W—Zembower. L—Abbott. HR—Nationals: Mike Veroodoma. 3ia 3 on. Owls. Ken Lantrip, 2nd, I on NORTHSIDE MAJOR National* i'0'j 30-- 8 la 4 Optricats 212 72-U M 4 Mike Smitn, Gary iensot (4) Carlo (4) and Mike Arnold. Alex ".« Leger (51 ond David Rot league. James David hit a two- was credited as the winning pitcher. SOUTHSIDE NATIONAL 0 Cub! 030 203—8 I 3 3 Braves 003006—910 3 Mike O'Quinn, Gary Bellon (4) and Gary Bellon. Dorrcll Pkord 14), Cnri!? Romoro, Bruce Derouen (4) and Ralph Romero. W—Derouen. L—Bcllon. MID-CITY MAJOR Bankeis 0122^0—8 7 0 Chi-micais 001 OOI—.' 2 5 Ctay Bamileaux and Paul Ashworlh; Dennis Ven:hcr ond James Breeden. HR—Bonkers Paul Alley, 3rd, I on Chefnlcafs I ?e Baldwin, j'rd, none on MS :?ll—II » 0 I -LoRO(fa tors got their run. Donaldson played errorless ball behind him. Ookdolc 0010000—1 1 3 Donaldson 001 060 x—7 7 0 i Robcr Wells. Don Ashworth (5) and ! Wayne Merchant; Ronnie Ray and Mike '. Henry. 1 L—Wells. Byron MID-CITY SENIOR 031 Mr.! 1—9 U •) 100 100 0—2 6 4 Cibbs, Tommy Chapman (6) Stevedores 0513030—1213 t Jennings 0000000—0 2 3 Johnny Fryar and Leonard Arsement; Larry Leleune, Dale l.andry (3), Dwaln Istre (51 and Nick PUzoiafto. L—Leieune. SOUTHSIDE MAJOR Sonnler 100400—512 t Nationals 000 OSx-9 6 1 Ted Perrodln, Ben Gospord (4) and Bubba Rougeau; Sammy Llsolla and Reggie Knowles. PocKcf 5 Merchants Squyre^ and Jack Peppard MID CITY MINOR Homeu 00'-' 00— i 12 * Colts 700 23—12 10 I ! Randel Miloncon, Ricky Braden (4) i and Eugene Mill Claudell (4) and trnest w W— Lobdell. L—Miiancon s ••••::::::::,'o 8 3 3 3( .o°»2 t~\i i* » s B n^ nd Jim J nT s se^ W and' & L— David. HR— Rams; James David, 2nd, 2 on. O'Hara Cops 880-Feature 1 CHICAGO (AP)-The holder '< of the world indoor mile record, Tom O'Hara, switched to the half-mile Saturday and defeated Dave Farley of Brown University by five yards in the Stayg Relays. O'Hara was timed in 1:51.1, a meet and field record. Tom Sullivan of Villanova, who set the field record of 1:51.2 in 1962, finished third. Dave Mellady of Chicago finished fourth. Mellady established the meet record of l-.bS.l last year. O'Hara decided to run the 880 in an effort to build up his speed tor the AAU and Olympic Trials which are coming up in the next •• three weeks. Kerr Cops 400-Run at US Track Meet COHVALL1S, Ore. lAPi— Kerr won easily, coasting in (leor^e Kerr. Oregon State with a time of -Hi.4 seconds. His graduate student Irom Jamaica nearest competitor was Bill who won the 800-meter race Movie nf Noire Dame, limed at l-'nduy. added tin- 4UU meter ti- -10 9. He Saturday at the US Track The ir>(Ki-nu'ter evenl was won and !• u'kl I'Vderatiou meel. iiv Hen Tuel.er ot San .lose SOLl/NAR TABLES State who took the lead halfway through the race and finished 10 yards ahead in 3:42.9, two seconds over the national collegiate record. Illinois captured the 400-meler relay in 4U.4. followed by the Houston Track (Tub. Southern (Central Standard A.M •, i tic i-! I.. in 17 1:1 1!) Frida Saluf S u nd. Time) Major 2:15 3:15 4:10 5:00 5:45 6:30 7:10 7:50 1-J-.4U 1:20 ±UU ALLEN KOLLS BIG 300 IN TOURNAMENT SAN JUSE. falil. (SijJ.) Bill Allfii ut ilrlaiidu. Fi,i . who lias k'd tin; ProleSMoMal liuwliM'^' Assni'Ialoii $iiil lliiii Sail -l'i: r ( I':IT I I' u III l'ir ii|ii'iniii; ^aiii", :i'!li'il a \>a ti-i-l 'W III hi- ,T-.I .;ailir ill Ilii' linal in!,,"I S,iiLiiiia;> West Liberty St. Downs Grambling in NAIA Baseball ST JUSKI'II, Mo u\P>--Joe I'.llTi'.S lUOTUa .MJIi_!lc II! I Ik- top nl the ninth inninjj, ya\o West l.iiji'iix Stall-, \\ \ a . a li-1 \ u-- ii'iv, -AIM' (.: .iinljlian La aud Ii,, i .'.I a .o niiij ^a 1 !:! 1 in lllr ilu'iiiif • i l'iiii!iati<iii \.\1A li,i.,i' I'.'M : .in n.iiai'ii! Ini.i!-. Salunlas California and Oregon Siale. Jay Silvester of Utah State, one of this country's most consistent discus performers, won his specialty with a toss of 185 feet. 10 inches. Kerr was the only double track winner and Arizona's Gale Hopkins, who won the broad jump Friday and the triple jump Saturday, did the same in the field events. The meet produced excellent performances but no American records. Federation Track Results Ipvvi.. K U. 1U ? LmUti Romus, io.vu Ti. loj-i 3 Ann MI.O. Iowa TC. 'iu-.. * LuioUn kVin:.lO'i. iO'iVa TC, Ij 0 ^ Anuieu Goodman, Iowa TC. I5-5-*. .-• Di-MU-,- MO-.inU. Tcnus TC. ISO. t'.uiii.ns JOO Meter Rclo>— 1. Iowa 1C iB. i,, L jpa'bKid Debbie Kukev CQTO !,:• ;Vin>.ton Undo Schram) 489. 2 loivo U M J 3 lowu TC. 54.0. (Texas TC lumd in 445 tul was disqualified, out ot lUIIO). 400 MCUT Relay—I. Illinois IGHwy/i V. tiionu. Mel BUin Hcim. Mike ^ avor- K,, 1 u ntuii Jutkion), -W.4 2. Houston K 40 s X Southern California, 41,1. 4 Oregon Stale. 41.4. ISOQ fvvCicrs —I Ben Tucker, San Jose •• Mule. 3 43 9 2. Noim Hattrnan. Corval- it Oil.- 3 •!•( & j. Tom Von Ructeii. Ok luhjma Sialf. 3 4i 0. 4. Ed Duan. Notre Ouiiic, JjsS. 5, Chns Jtihnioit, South urn Ci'liiurnia, 3 47.6. 6. Gun* Cummings, C»fit-It jc uvush I .1 43 1 400 Metc-is—1. Gi-oi(je ken, Covvothi. (.Hi 1 , 4ft 4 .'. Uill Buv N N'Jl'-' Duntt'. 4ft.9 .1 Guiy Hoi.iMgSAOi tn Iowa. 4/.0. 4. Earl Vnunfl, Abilene civ mum. 41 3. 'j. Du\ c Bu,!-. ^ullu'iii Canioinly. 4,'o. HO Milii Hurdles,— I. BOD Mat RU.I- U.; '>. Puul Keci, SJulhfin Cjliiornu 142. J. i-U'i.cr Mofgun. Nofthi'wivl loo ' |Q*U MOtf Notif CKi. igctri U 6 AOKIOil . I <•«,<>. 1L 14,.' 'j. 14 > r Jonn-,lo:i ',,ll.i, i DOIU D,'.U:I t ci, u Mu'.'aun A'un in Cie. all ,-, Am 4 -•) 4 W *i!"'U P; * H i t H1C|" :ult.i: t -1 •' '.' U..VU Tl II .-. , I, . , iiaiv. 468'.. i. ici Bond-,. San Jose Sloif, J88 J. Terry MoilfOf. Oreaoil Slate. 48-4. 5. Dean Adanii. VVcnalchee Valley Coiieoe. 47.10. t Bill Miller. Me- Murrv. J7-6'.. Snol—I Gcorue V.ooa:. Southern M- noib. 59-9 7. Don Castie, Southern Call- tornia. 59 A 3. Los Milii. Southern Call-' tornio, i/ : ! 4 4 Joy Silvester, Utah j Stale, 592 S Mike VeikdAilJ, Now, I 5MO 6. Dennis W>nn, Southem Call- iorniu. 57-2'.-. Women s 100 metets—1. Janei Jonn-i son, Oeorpe Fo» College, 124. '} Linda Schram. Iowa TC. 12.7. J. Sue Schexnay- acr, Te»as TC, '17 4. Carolyn Winston,! Iowa TC, 13.7. 5. Debbie Klrkfy. Iowa TC. 139. 6. Betty Lunabiud, IOAO TC, 13.J. 1QO W.ele' s~-' Tien'on JacKboii, iMi- nois. 10 J. '} Charlei Greene, Ni-Diotika, 10.4 3, V.uv"« Hi-rinnii, SUIT Joie Stulo, 105 4 Da»c Mortis Southern Culi tornia. 105. i \o,J Tlniiiwvu. Houslon TC. IOJJ c,. Tony *\utson, Oklahoma. 10.9. S.ouO Meters—I. Doua Blown, Monla- no 14:U3. :. Bai SiKcrucrg, Kunics, 14 .'£.0. 3. Gene Guruoe, Sun Jose Stale, 14:30.3. J. Cniis Munay Michigan. 14.45.2. S. luuiit Ellioti HouMpn TC. 14-52.0. 6 Junn luwson, Konijs, 14 58 4. 1'jftl Met. i K.-lu,- I Oicnoii Slate (Ruity Blown Row Horucii l->iiii Cycs. Jun Undi' yyooil). Jl!- 1 J. Hou» 'on TC J 118 1 Okiiinomj S'oh-, 3 l.'B J MK.I>iqaii .i I' I j- Sou' 11 '' 11 *- .1 ''Of Marten&en, basin Aruoua. U-4. Team scores Souinein Caiiio/niu «4. San Jose 59 1-5- Abilene Christian 38. Oregon State 38, Starters Trqck and Field club. Corvailis 28, Houston Track Clua 28, Harvard 76, Illinois 2i, Kansas 21, Arizona 20, Wisconsin 19 1-5, Oklahoma State 18 15. Michigan 17 1-5, Utah State U. Notre Dame 14, Emerald Empire A. A., Eugene, Ore., 12, Missouri II, Louisiana State 10, John Rogers High of Spokane 10. Rica 10, Southern Illinois ID, Montana 10, Southern California Frosh 10, McMurry Track Club 9, Portland State (Ore.) 9, East Texas Slat* 8. Nebraska 8, Iowa 7. Lewis and Clerk (Ore.) 6, Northeast Louisiana 4, Now 6. Kent State (Ohio) 4 1-5, Kakima Valley (Wash) 4. Texas 4, McMurry College 4. Bail Stale 4, Iowa State 4 Everett Eiki (Wash.) 3, Oklahoma 3, Ohio State ;• ,- Southern Oregon 2. V>en- oxtu'e '•alley tWoih.) J. Columbia BaMn (Wash.) 1 Tulane 1, Everett, Wash., 1. VVonu-n s Team Scores: JOAG Track Club U3 Te*ci*> Track Clua 60, Ceoiye Foi College (Ore.) JO. Corvollis, Ore., Hiijn Sihopi 10 Hawkey* Track Club Uov>at 8, Suniet, Ore., HiBh School 8, CtnUui H'|n Nanmoulh-lndependcnce, O! C 4 D- ll I B • u*--- 1 ,i j •V . Ju v 'ii>ei,ici, Ulan Stai* i. t BuKl.pnscn, Harvard, I/* 1 " .'- SM.ani-rn Caitioinio i '6 .vvu.K Michigan 1 '6 I - s i, '. Kui'-us I '-' > 6 Qu'> '.'. • . ..... I'. I-'U w lll'.li J ril j: L'.i- ^ ol jn,jr. v.o-ii! 100 METERS FINALS - Illinois' Trenton Jackson (rignl) breaks Jhe tape in the finals of the 100 ineier race at Corvailis. Oregon Saturday in the US Track and Field Federaiioa Championships. Lunging at the tap# is Charles Greene of Nebraska (left) who placed second. (AP Wirepholo).

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