The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan on May 6, 1965 · Page 21
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The Holland Evening Sentinel from Holland, Michigan · Page 21

Holland, Michigan
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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PACE FOURTEEN THE HOLLAND, MICHIGAN, EVENING SENTINEL THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1965 Dave Lane Breaks Hope 440 Record Dave Lane, Hope College senior and track captain, set a Hope 440-yard dash record of 49.6 here Wednesday and ran the anchor leg on the record- breaking Hope mile relay team as Hope crushed Olivet, 109-27 al the Hope track. Lane, from Allendale. N. J., broke the record of 50.1 set in 1958 by Dave Spaan. Spaan's record had been made on the one-turn Allegan track while; Lane's record was set around' two turns on the Hope quarter-; mile track. He led all the way and his first 220 yards was covered in 2li seconds. Mike Paliatsos, Muskegon Heights freshman,, was second in 51.8 and Jim j Pierpont, Holland junior, t o o k : third in 52.6. This trio was joined by Bill Hultgren to set the mile relay · mark of 3:24.6. This slashed the record set by Hope in the MIAA i meet last year of 3:25.4. Hull-; gren and Lane were members of the '64 relay team. '··' "~~ . : ' " ~Z vick ( H ) , Hollenbach (H\ Lofts CO). Time 15.9. 880-yard r u n : Reynen ( H ) , Peiper (H\ Sigler (0). Time 2:02.7. 220-yard dash: Lane (H), Cooper ( H ) , Hultgren (H). Time 22.7. 330-yard intermediate hurdles: Holvick (in, Hollenbach (H). Lofts (0). Time 41.9. Discus: Shanholtzer CH), Buys ( H ) . Stephens (0). Distance 1227". Two mile run: Osterhaven (1U, Bowers (0), Eenigenberg ( H ) . Time 10.42. Pole vault: Buys ( H ) , Pritula C O ) . Swets ( H ) . Height 12'. High jump: Borst ( H ) . Men- nitig ( H ) , Rabbers (.0). Height 6'2". Mile relay: Hope (Hultgren, Pierpont, Paliatsos, Lane). Time 3:24.6. Dave Lane . . . 49.6 performance Lane anchored the race Wednesday with a 49.9 clocking after Hultgren started with a 51.8 Pierpont ran his leg in 51.9 and Paliatsos in 50. : Because of Lane's fine 220 in i his record-breaking 440, Coach Gordon Brewer also put his cap-! tain in the 220 and he respond- i ed with a first place 22.7 per- j formance. ; The victory gave Hope a 2-2 MIAA r e c o r d . The Flying ] Dutchmen had 14 first places! including two by Gary Holvick in the hurdles. Senior Ron Hilbelink long jumped 21'5%" for his first 21-foot plus performance in college. Results in order of finish: Shot put: Rail (O), Buys (H), Shanholtzer (H). Distance 43'- 440-yard relay: Hope (Cooper. Holvick, Bekking, Hultgren). Time 44.2. Mile run: Peiper (H), Formsma ( H ) , Bowers (O). Time 4:51.6. 440-yard dash: Lane ( H ) , Pa- liatsos (H), Pierpont (H). Time 49.6. Long jump: Hilbelink (H), Simons (H), Lutell (0). Distance zrs'/i". 100-yard dash: Cooper (H), Kilburn (0), Thompson (H). Time 10.3. Javelin: Sigler (O), Powell (H), Grimaldi (0). Distance 120-yard high hurdles: Hoi- MSU Plans Spring Game EAST LANSING - A full dress preview of next fall's Michigan State football team will be afforded fans this Saturday when the annual Green and White game will be played in Spartan Stadium. The Green and White game is the traditional climax of spring training drills. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. Proceeds from the game will go to the Ralph Young Scholarship Fund. It will be a regulation game, complete with officials, score board and public address system in operation and printed programs. A "Green" team composed of the top offensive and defensive units will take on the remainder of the squad as the "Whites". The "Whites" can be expected to put on a stirring scrap, for the game is the final trial by fire for players hoping to rceive an invitation to return for early fall drills. A good performance is especially vital for freshmen hoping to make the varsity grade. Fans will be able to view for the first time some future Spartan stars in action. Freshmen like Bob Apisa, Dwight Lee, Bob Lange, Drake Garrett, Jim Raye, Joe Przybycki, Norman Jenkins, Jesse Phillips, Dennis Miller, George Chatlos, Tony Conti, Tony Rutherford and John MacGillivray are among names slated to play. Starting units remain uncertain due to injuries and the presence of some top veterans I on other spring sports teams. | Co-captain Don Japinga of Wayland is expected to play but co- captain Steve Juday is playing - on the baseball team. ! The starting Green offensive I unit could contain Apisa or Edi die Cotton at fullback; Lee and j Garrett or Lange at halfbacks; John Mullen or Jim Raye at quarter; Maurice Haynes and Tony Angel at ends; Jack Schinderle and Przybycki at tackles; Jenkins and John Karpinski at guards and Boris ! Dimitroff at center. Dutch Seek Two Crowns In Football Holland High's 1%5 football team could win two conference trophies, athletic director Ken B a u m a n said today in announcing the 1965 varsity and reserve football schedules. The Dutch will be playing in the LMAC for the last season and they will also be playing six foes in the new Valley- Coast conference which officially begins action in 1966. Bauman said the Valley-Coast conference has d e c i d e d to award a trophy to the team c o m pi 1 i n g the best mark against league foes. G r a n d Haven and Muskegon Heights are 1JVIAC and Valley-Coast opponents. The other LMAC foes will be Benton Harbor, Traverse City and Muskegon while the other Valley - Coast foes will be Grandville, Muskegon Orchard View, Mona Shores and Godwin. Holland plays at Muskegon Heights in the season's opener Sept. 17 and Bauman said the Dutch will be playing a league foe in the season's first game through 1%'J. The complete varsity schedule includes Sept. 17, at Muskegon Heights; Sept. 24, at Grandville: Oct. 1, Benton Harbor; Oct. 8, at Grand Haven; Oct. 15, Traverse City; Oct. 22, at Orchard View; Oct. 29, Muskegon; Nov. 5, Mona Shores and Nov. 12, at Godwin. The reserve slate includes Sept. 17, at Muskegon Heights; Sept. 24, Grandville; Oct. 1, B e n t o n Harbor; Oct. 8, at Grand-Haven; Oct. 22. Orchard View; Oct 29, Muskegon; Nov. j 5, Mona Shores and Nov. 12, Godwin. THE CHOICE IS YOURS S u m m e r w e i BOWLING TOURNEY WINNERS -- Trophies were presented Wednesday night at the Women's Bowling Association coffee kletz at Jack's Restaurant. Pictured (top) are the actual tourney winners. Seated Heft to right), Arlene Van He'kken, Jaci Brunner. Bonnie Hoving and Irma Ladewig. Standing are Laura Millard, Dorothy De Witt, Bev Israels and Jaci Scobie. The handicap tourney winners (bottom) are seated (left to right) Jaci Brunner, Irma Ladewig and Jean Powers. Standing are Sue Henkleman, Kit Peck. Lois Hutchins. Donna Plummer and Lorraine Goers. Marie Ten Harmsel is missing from the picture. Van Hartesveldt's Market of Douglas, composed of Sue Henkleman. Lorraine Goers, Donna Plummer, Kit Peck and Lois Hutchins, won the handicap team honors while Jean Powers took the singles and all events. Jaci Brunner and Irma Ladewig won the handicap and actual doubles. In actual play, Fricano's, composed of Bev Israels, Laura Millard, Jaci Scobie, Dot De Witt and Bonnie Hoving, won the team trophy while Arlene Van Hekken was the all events winner and Marie Ten Harm- sel won the singles. (Penna-Sas photo) Ferris Defeated BIG RAPIDS (UPI) _ Central Michigan University's golf team defeated Ferris State College 15-3 Wednesday. S U P E R I O R H A S I T ! 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We feature this exclusive MacGregor guarantee. f.'omr In V'orfriv . . . /'(.-· ,//, w »r Hih.t' Mvc4;i-x,, r Arltntnrv Sliiff I'frniiniil fn.:// I'n, It'« t. f»x-kel 8I/.0 ··nlfiilnt/ir thnt nliowH yon oxnctlv how to ploy Keif's 10 most troublesome nhola. SUPERIOR STORE 202-04 River Holland Maroons Win Track Meet H o l l a n d Christian's track squad continued its w i n n i n g ways on the 21st St. track Wednesday afternoon by crushing Hudsonville U n i t y Christian, 90-19. Coach Ron Pothoven's Maroons piled up 12 firsts compared to U n i t y ' s one. Bill Wiersma c o p p e d three top places for the winners while Bill Jipping and Tom Mannes each had two. Van Ens took Unity's only first in the 440- yard dash. Results in order of finish include: Pole vault: J i p p i n g (HO, Essenburg (HO, H a r k e m a (HO. Deight ll'l". Shot put: Enrich (HO, De Young (HO, Dykema ( U ) . Distance 38'11V. Long jump: Wiersma (HO, Zoerhof (HO, Jipping (HC). Distance ID'SU". High jump: J i p p i n g (HC), Koning (HC), D u t l e r ( U ) . Height 5'4". 880-yard relay: Holland Christian. Time 1:39.1. Mile run: Z o e r h o f (HC), Berghoef (HC;, Koeman (HO. Time 4:58.5. 120-yard high hurdles: Wiersma (HC), Oosterhouse ( U ) , Peterson ( H C ) . Time 16.5. 880-yard run: Kooiker (HC), Koning ( H C ) , Grasman ( U ) . Time 2:12.8. 440-yard dash: Van Ens ( U ) , Sybesma ( H C ) , Hekman ( U ) . Time 56.9. 100-yard dash: Mannes (HC), Van Haitsma ( U ) , Grotenhuis (HC). Time 11.2. 180-yard low hurdles: Wiersma (HO, ( U ) , Peterson ( H C ) . Time 24.6. 220-yard dash: Mannes ( H C ) . Grotenhuis ( H C ) , Van Haitsma ( U ) . Time 25. Mile relay: Holland Christian. Time 3:52.8. Michigan State Hosts Weightlifting Tourney EAST LANSING (UPD -The national collegiate weightlifting championships will be held Saturday at Michigan State University. It marks the third time MSU has hosted the event. The Michigan State weightlifting club is defending team champion and rated a prime contender for the title. Chief rival was expected to be Southwestern Louisiana, runner-up last year and winner in 1963. Other schools sending entries were Detroit, Maryland, Ohio State and Millersville State College of Pennsylvania. Grand Haven Tops Maroons Holland Christian's baseball team dropped its fifth straight contest at Riverview Park Wednesday afternoon, l o s i n g to Grand Haven, 9-6. Coach J a c k Bos' Maroons jumped off to a 4-1 margin in the opening inning but a six j r u n rally by the Bucs in the third inning spelled defeat for the Christian club. Grand Haven scored the six runs on jast three hits but made the most of four walks, six Holland errors and two wild pitches. Christian notched single runs in the third and fifth innings but couldn't overtake the Bucs. The Maroons only win this season was over Grand Haven in the season opener. Third baseman Lloyd Brink | led the Maroons with two hits. | Starter John Janssen and relief- ier Larry Van Wieren did the 1 pitching for the losers. R H E Gd Haven .. 106 Oil 0-9 7 1 Holl. Chr. 401 010 O-6 4 10 Batteries: Brower, Marod and | Holland, Janssen, Van Wieren 1 and Boerman. Fennville Baseball Team Defeats Hamilton, 1-0 FENNVILLE -- A run in the second inning gave Fennville's baseball team a 1-0 win over Hamilton here Wednesday f o r ' its sixth win in eight starts. Larry Heigle singled, stole second base, and scored on pitcher Denny Hammer's single. Ward Hansen led Fennville's six-hit attack with two safeties. Hammer allowed Hamilton two hits. R H E Hamilton 000 000 0--0 2 0 Fennville 010 000 x--1 6 2 Batteries: Zalsman and Tanis; Hammer and Stehle. Bout Scheduled LONDON (UPI) -- British! Empire flyweight champion Walter McGowan will test his skills against top - rated bantamweight contender Jose Medel in a 10-round bout at Wem- j bley June 1 before his title shot! against bantam champion Eder; Jofre of Brazil on Sept. 1. * Hope Leads In Hitting Hope College's baseball team is leading the MIAA in hitting with a .277 batting average with 61 hits in 220 times at bat, official MIAA statistics showed today. Seven Hope hitters are in the top 20 with Roger Kroodsma l e a d i n g with a .321 mark. Kroodsma's nine hits in 28 trips places him ninth in hitting, j Paul Terpstra, Skip Nienhuis i and Wayne Cotts are 10th, llth and 12th with .320, .316 and | .310 marks while Clare Van Wieren is tied with Paul Veltman of Calvin for 14th win a .300 average. Ton Pelon is hitting .273 and is tied for 17th while Don Troost is tied for 20th with a i .250 mark. Tom Pelon is second in runs batted in with seven behind Keith Parker of Olivet with eight. Cotts and Nienhuis have driven in five each. Pete Boroday of Albion i s ' leading the league in hitting | with .474 on nine hits in 1 9 ] trips and Holland freshman. Jon Mulder of Calvin is sixth ; with .357 on five hits in 14'' trips. Don Kroodsma of Hope leads , in earned runs average w i t h ' 0.75 with two earned runs in 24 innings while Paul Terpstra is third with 1.08 mark on three runs in 25 innings. Both have j 3-1 marks. : MOTHER'S DAY COMBINATIONS OF FLOWERS ARRANGED IN POTS · Geraniums · Fuchsia · Hydrangeas · Mums · Begonias · Martha Washington* · Rose Bushes · Flowering Shrubs. Jonker's Garden Center 37TH LINCOLN ON M-40 red cross shoe BREEZE-CATCHING T-STRAP. Look brisk, keep cool, and feel wonderful as you dash about in Cobbie*' smart little low heeled T-strap. Woven of smooth nylon straw with imported Swiss braid trim... it's light, airy and cushioned for the easiest walking ever! 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