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SUNDAY, MAY 13, Mfll THE PHAHOS-TEffiUNE and LOGANSPOET PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE NINE CARROLL STAR WINS-That's Gary Hood, junior athlete for Carroll's Cougars, who is shown winning the 220 yard dash over Logansport's Jack Wasson in a hotly contested race .... r __ at the IHSAA Sectional meet Friday on LHS the 220 sprint. Stadium cinders. Hood was timed in 23.1 seconds and Wasson was only a tick behind him. Hood was the individual' star of the meet taking a fourth in the 100 and getting a tie for third in the pole vault along with his blue ribbon run in (Staff Photo). Four New Sectional Records As LHS Qualifies 6 For Regional A new champion was crowned, four new records were established and two defending event champions were spilled in the annual IHSAA sectional track and field meet at LHS Stadium Friday afternoon. Kokomo became the new champ replacing Marion's Giants, who toppled all the way to fourth place tnis year. The Kats rolled up 39'/4 points with a late rush scoring eight points in the pole vault and acquiring 16 more in the two relay races. That was too much for the rest of the field. Tipton's Blue Devils finished second in the meet with 28 points whiie Logansport's Berries collared 24 points for third place. Marion ran fourth with U'/2 and Carroll's Cougars were fifth with 13'/£ points.- Kokomo qualified five individuals and both relay teams; Tip- tori four atiiletes and a mile relay; Logan qualified six individuals; Marion had two individuals and a half-mile relay team. Others in order were Mississine- wa 10, three qualifiers; Delphi 6 (one), Peru 6 (three), Oak Hill 5 (one) North Miami 3 (one), Rochester 3 (one), Akron 2 (one) Eastern 2 (no qualifiers), Kewanna 2 (one), North Caston 2 (one), Western 1% (one), Clay Tp. 1 (one) arid ten schools failed to score. Mark Myers of Oak Hill heaved the lead ball 53 feet, 10% inches to set a new mark in the shot put beating out Jack Daulton of Rochester who had the record last year at 53-8%. Jim Lowes of the Berries took third place in this event and Dave Minor of Clay Tp. (Miami county) was fourth. Dennis Jones of Kokomo, one of the state's best milers, had a real duel wilh Joe Roe of Tiplon and wound up setting a new record for the long run in the process. Jones ran the distance in 4:30.6 which bettered the former mark by two tenths of a second. It had been held by Wayne Ctis- pen of Kokomo set 20 years ago. Big Ten May Ditch Its Round Robin Grid Plan CHICAGO (AP)-Big Ten athletic leaders, in their spring business session at Purdue this week, are expected to ditch a round- robin football program originally planned lo start in 1969. Conference faculty representatives, athletic directors End -roof- ball coaches will convene at La- fayetle,, Ind., Wednesday prior to the annual Big Ten outdoor track and field cbsTnp;ons!'iips to. framework. At present, the Big Ten requires a minimum of six conference games withn a nine- game over-air card. Originally, it was planned lo advance to an eight-game minimum conference rlate in 1967-68 and attain a complete nine-game, round-robin wilh one outside game in 1969-70. decision to k track and field cnswipionsliips to rtle decj . slon to kce f % seuven : be held at Purdue University Fri-j 8am ''conference card will, three day and Saturday. ' ': .,:- P^sible outside games had to be Other spring sports conference championships also will be heic the same weekend with the tennis championship al Minnesota Thursday through Saturday anc the golf meet at Illinos Friday and Saturday. Last March, at East Lansing Mich., faculty representatives and directors voted to freeze the progressive foolball sechedule plan at the 1965-66 level. The 1965-66 program, already drafted, calls for seven conference games for each school within a 10-game Minnie Minoso Badly Injured ST. LOUIS (AiP) — Colorful, tough Minnie Minoso remained in serious condition with a fractured skull Saturday. His manager says "the next 48 hours will determine whether there are any complications." The 39-year-old Cuban, hampered by an injured rib muscle all season, crashed into a concrete wall in Friday night's St. Louis Cardinal-Los Angeles Dodger game. The Cardinal left fielder was chasing a fly ball When he hit the fence. He slumped to the ground, the ball under his body. Pinch hitter Duke Snider got a triple on the play and Los Angeles went on to win 8-5, Minoso hit the wall with the right front part of his head. His head and face were swollen and bleeding when teammates carried him from the field. Manager Johnny Keane visited Minoso Saturday. "It looks like he'll be out for an extended period—at least a Keane 'said. month anyway, A late medical report said Minoso was listed as serious. His condition has improved over Friday night arid there is no evidence of any pressure on the brain. He is being treated at Jewish Hospital. . Ohio State has compiled a 17-7 won-lost mark in post season NCAA basketball tournament play. reviewed by each school and at Purdue (his week it will be sub- jecled to final vote. It is the feeling among the conference athletic family that a full round-robin schedule would be too restric- live, killing off some prime outside rivalries.. The Rose Bowl subject can be discussed only informally by the Big Ten which still has had no reply to its January bid for a new bowl pact with the Athletic Association of Western Universileis (Big Five). The 62nd "Big Ten outdoor track meet will find Michigan perhaps hard-pressed in a title defense against indoor champion Wisconsin. A field of 1D7 is entered in the two-day competition which opens Friday afternoon wilh finals in lhe broad jump and discus and prelimnairies in .most oilier events. All olher finals will be contested Saturday beginnng at 1:30 p.m., (CDT). Michigan, winner last year with 55 1-5 points, has a 33-man squad led by two defending champions, Ergas Leps in the 880 and mile and footballer Ben Me Rae in the high hurdles. In conference tennis at Minnesota, Michigan will seek a fourth successive team crown. At Illinois, Ohio Stale lacks the graduated Jack Nicklaus in Us golf title defense. Ridan Has Workout, Leaves For Baltimore CHICAGO (AP) — After a fine morning workout, Ridan left by van Saturday for Baltimore where the Kentucky Derby disappointment will run in next Saturday's ^150,000-added Preakness. Before a heavy morning thunderstorm, Ridan breezed 5 fur- .ongs in 59 seconds flat over a ;ood track at Washinglon Park. •Ie was ridden by Jockey Jimmy Nichols. Friday, Ridan loped a few limes around the track and showed no signs of a reported foot injury suffered in last Saturday's Ken- ucky Derby in which the favored colt finished third. Don Lankford, Tipton's flying low hurdler, stepped over the low 'sticks in 19.8 seconds for a new record bettering the mark set by Ken Toye of Kokomo of 20.4 seconds in 1952. The fourth mark came in the mile relay where Tipton's versatile team of Jim Garmon, Jim Long, Jim Rice and Don Shaw raced to a 3:30.6 clocking erasing lhe 3:32.3 level set last year by Marion. Tipton finished a good BO yards ahead of the field in setting this mark. Another record was threatened, that being in the half mile run where Bob Graf, long-legged Kokomo runner, came from back in the pack to win in 1:58.0, missing the record of Gone Yates of Anderson which has stood since 1939, by one-tenth of a second Logansport qualified the mosl individual performers of the day Bob Kerns won the 100 yard dash in 10.3 seconds for the only blue ribbon the Berries were able to acquire all day. Bill Painlon was a close third in that one to help the Logan cause. John Beckman, sophomore quarter miler, ran the best race of his career, 52.8 seconds, lo gain second place and .join the Logan crew ferine trip to the Ft. Wayne regional show'ncxi Friday. Jack Wasson took second place in the 220 yard dash to become another Berry qualifier for (he regional, Lowes, with a third place in lhe shot put, advances -another step and Bob Wolf, local hurdler, who hasn't been sharp since he injurec his knee in the NCC meet a week ago, had trouble qualifying in both high and low hurdles yester day but he made it, getting thirc in the tall timbers and second ir the low barrier run. Wolf' hac been defending champ in the higl hurdles but he broke stride twice Friday and ran third. Carroll's Cougars, with two lads in the starring roles, raised a few eyebrows. Gary Hood won the 220 sprint, tied for third in the pole vault and was fourth in the 100 yard dash. Torn Williams won the high jump and ran fourth in the high hurdles. Summary: High . jump—1. Williams (Carroll 2. lie, Eberle (Peru), Bullei (Marion), Rogers (Weslern), Cox (Kokomo) 5 ft. 1054 inches. Shot put—1. Myers (Oak Hill 2 Daulton (Rochesler) 3. Lowes (Logansport) 4. Minor (Clay Tp.) 53 ft. 10'Xi inches. (New record).' Pole vault—1. Evans (Kokomo) 2. Cox (Kokomo) 3. tie, Hooc (Carroll) and Fry (Peru) 12 ft. 6 inches. Broad jump — 1. Broomfiek (Marion) 2. Bruch (Mississinewa) 3. Miller (Akron) 4. Runkle (North Miami) 20 ft. 8|4 inches. High hurdles—1. Liston (Missis- sinewa) 2. Kelly (Kokomo) 3. Wolf (Logansport) 4. Williams (Carroll) 15.4 seconds. . Mile run—1. Jones (Kokomo) 2, Roe,(Tiplon) 3. Hoover (Tipton) 4, Hall (Marion) 4:30.6 (New record). 100—1. Kerns (Logansport) 2 Lankford (Tipton) 3. Painton (Logansport) 4. Hood (Carroll) 10.3 seconds. 440—1. Garmon (Tipton) 2 Beckman (Logansport) 3. Graffis (Kewanna) 4. Publow (Marion) 51.7 seconds. 880—1. Graf (Kokomo) 2. Sonafrank (Peru) 3. Coplen. (North Miami 4, Jones (Kokomo) 1:58.6. 220-1. Hood (Carroll) 2. Wasson (Logansport) 3. Brown (North Caston) 4.. Bruch (Mississinewa' 23.1 seconds. Low hurdles—1. Lankford (Tipton)) 2. Wolf (Logansport) 3 Blythe (Delphi) 4. Liston (Missis- sinewa'19.8 seconds (N,ew record), Mile relay—1. Tipton (Gar'mor, Long, Rice, Shaw) 2. Kokomo (Bagley, Harrison, Graf, Lyons) 3 Delphi 4, Marion. 3:30,6 (New record). 880 relay—1. Kokomo (Jewell, Smith, Fawcett, Frier) 2; Marion (Jones, Kirby, Harley, Weatherly) 3. Logansport 4. Eastern 1:35.1. Mets Nip Braves Twice Yankees Edge Past Cleveland In Tense Tilt; Cubs Nick Phils 9-8 CLEVELAND (AP)—Tom Tresh lit a two-run home run and drove n three runs as 'lhe league-lead- ng New York Yankees defeated .he Cleveland Indians 9-6 Saturday. The triumph increased New York's margin to l'/2 games over :he second-place Indians in the American League. Right-hander Bill Stafford (3-2) was the winner but needed help nea r Ihe, end.. Stafford, worked 6 2-3 innings, allowed three runs and held the Indians to five singles. He struck out four but walked 'six. New York survived a seventh inning scare as the Indians exploded for three runs and made it 8-6. Cleveland once trailed 5-0. The' Yanks got. their runs off four different Cleveland pitchers. They, scored three .in the first off loser Sam McDowell (2-2), added two-in the fourth and. three more in the .fifth and o^ Tresh paced . the ' in the ninth. Yanks' 12-hit attack with .'the homer and two gles to, drive in- three runs. Mickey Mantle slammed a home run, double and a single and Roger Maris banged two singles. John Romano had two singles and drove in' two Cleveland runs. Manager Mel McGaha used five pitchers in to win the key series. Wew York Cleveland a desperate attempt second game of the 300 230 001—9 12 0 000 300300-6 71 CUBS WIN CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago lubs -scored an' unearned run in he eighth inning Saturday with ;he help of throwing errors by Roy Sievers and Billy Klaus to defeat the 'Philadelphia Phillies 9-8. The Cubs,' breaking a three- game losing streak, started the lecisive run when Lou Brock led off with a single. Ken Hubbs, at- .empting to sacrifice, grounded to '•irst'baseman Sievers, whose low .hrow to second permitted Brock :o be safe; Then shortstop Klaus :hrew past first base trying to get Hubbs, Brock racing to third. Silly Williams' sacrifice fly scored Brock. The Cubs took a 5-4 edge in the ;hird. They scored a pair in the second on Brock's triple. Cuno Barragan's two-run double keyed three-run third. The .Phillies tallied four times in the first inning with Ted Savage's two-run double the olow. They went ahead 8-5 with "our more in the fourth, featuring John Callison's three-run homer, ills second blast of the season. .A three-run seventh pushed the Cubs into a 8-8 deadlock. Ernie Banks singled in one run, a walk to Ron Santo with the bases loaded forced in another and a wild pitch produced the third. Philadelphia Chicago McLish, Sullivan (3), Bennett (4), Baldschu-n (7) and Dai- Stafford, Bridges (7), Coates (7) and Howard; McDowell, Funk (1), Taylor (5), Allen (8), Latman (0) and Romano. (3-2). L-MdDowell Home runs—New (2), Mantle (7). W-Stafford (2-2). York, Tresh METS GET HOT NEW YORK (AP)—Ninth inning home runs by Hobie Landrith anc Gil Hodges gave- the New York Mets a dramatic 3-2 and 8-7 doubleheader sweep over the Milwaukee Braves Saturday. Craig Anderson, pitching in relief, received credit for both tri- uhiphs to. mark the first time the Mets had ever won two games in one day. Landrith's homer came off Warren Spahn with two out and one on in the first game. Spahn, seeking his fourth victory of the sea son and sisth of his major league career, went into the ninth lead ing 2-1. He gave up a single to Hodges, Ihen retired the next two bailers but Lancirilh brought joy to .the crowd of 19,478 Polo Grounds fans by driving the bal into\ the upper right field bleachers. • Hodges' winning homer in the second game, his third of the sea son, came off relief pitcher Hank Fische r with one out. The bal" landed in the upper deck in righ field, breaking a 7-7 tie. Henry Aaron, with a home run double and sacrifice fly, drove in four runs-for the Braves. Spahn was tagged for 10 hits in the opener. The Braves got onlj six off Roger Craig and Anderson with Spahn getting two of them His RBI single in the fifth gave Milwaukee a temporary 2-1 lead -Del Crandall's homer in the sec ond accounted for the other Mil waukee run, (First Game) Milwaukee 010 010 000—2 ' 'New York 000 001 002—3 10 1 Spahn and Crandall; Craig, An derson (8) and Chili, Landrith (8). W—Anderson (2-1). L—Spahn (3-4). , Home runs—Milwaukee, Crandall (,1). New York, Landrith (1) (Second Game) Milwaukee 000 140,020—7 90 •New York 110 202 01-1—8 12 2 Willey, v Cloninger (1), Curtis '(5), Noltebart (7), Fischer (9) and Torre; Moorhead, Miller (6) MacKenzie (7), Hillman (8), Mi zell (9), Anderson (9) and Lan drith. W—Anderson (2-1). L — Fischer (1-2). Home runs — Milwaukee, H Aaron (5). New York, Hickman (5), Hodges (3). Logan W Nine Tags Oracles Logansport's JV baseballers walloped Ihe Delphi varsity nine 11 to 3 in a game at Riverside park diamond Friday afternoon The Berrjes scored three times in the first inning but Delp'h got single runs in the .third ant fourth to narrow the gap only to have Logan explode for seven runs in' 1 the last half of thi fourth inning for the .clincher lipgan collected six v hits bu utilized .-walks, a hit .batsman anc five. Oracle, errors to help builc up their total. Delphi got seven hits over the route. All safeties on both sides were, singles. Delphi 001 101 0-3 7 Logan JV, . 300 710 x-11 6 1 Vianco, Mautlin and Watkins; White, -Oxfurth and Hewitt. BO-SOX TAG TIGERS DETROIT (AP)-Starting pitch- r Gene Conley and Reliever )ick Rada-tz were a real 1-2 400 400 000—8 12 3 023 000 31x-9 13 0 rymple; Koonce, Anderson (4), Schultz (7), Elston (8) and Barragan. W—Elston (2-0). L—Baldschun (1-2). Home run- on (2). -Philadelphia, Calli- TWINS EDGE A's ST. PAUL-MUNWEAPOUIS (AP) —Tight relief pitching by lefty Jim Kaat and Zoilo Versalles two-run home run sparked the Minnesota Twins to a 5-4 victory over Kansas City Saturday. Versalles' line shot into the lefi off A's reliever the seventh with field bleachers John Wyatt in the walking Harmon Killebrew aboard pulled Minnesota aheac 5-4. Kaat, owning only a 1-4 recorc as a starting pitcher this season replaced Twin starter Lee Stange in the second when Kansas City scored all its runs. He set the Athletics down with only two hits the rest of the waj to gain the win. The A's lost a vital run in the sixth when Jerry Lumpe led of with a triple and with one ou appeared to be aible to score easily from third on Gino Cimoli's drive to deep center. But Manny Jimenez tried to g< from first to second on Ihe fl; out and was cut down at secon< for a double play. Lumpe, jogging toWard home, failed to cross th plate before Jimenez was taggec out. , Kansas City 040 000 000—4 6 Minnesota 200 100 20x—5 8 0 Ditmar, Wyatt (4) and Azcue Stange, Kaat (2) and Battey. W— Kaat (2-4). L—Wyatt (2-2). Home run—Minnesota, Versalle, (6). LaPorte Victor In Golf Feature LA -PORTE, Ind, (AP)-For (h< fourth straight year, La Porte High School is 'champion of it own invitational golf tournament The Slicers took the title Fridaj finishing 14 strokes better than finsihngi 14 strokes better than third-place West Lafayette, onlj school (o defeat the host linksmer this season. However, West Lafayette senio Mike Gray took indvidual honor with a 2-over-par 74 for the Beechwood Municipal Course. Team scores; La Porte 31C Carmel 321, West Lafayette Lebanon 325, South Bend Rilej 328, South Bend Adams 329, - An derson Madison Heights 330, Elk hart 333, Hammond Noll 341 Gary Wallace 348, Dyer 356, Cul ver Military 357, Merrillvil-le 358 Anderson Highland 365, East Chi cago Roosevelt 366, South Bern Central 367, Fort Wayne Catholi 370, East Chicago Washinglon 374 Hubert 379, Gary Roosevelt 403 Gary Emerson 407. f rank Budd Runs 220 In 20 flat VILLANOVA, Pa, (AP)-Fran; Budd of- Villanova University world record holder in the 100 yard dash, tied the world mar Salurday fo r the 220-yard dash i 20 seconds flat in a. dual track meet with the Quantico Marines The record must be verified b; the International Amateur Ath letic Federation. Budd, who in the national AA last year set.the world record o, 9.2 seconds, tied the 220 mar established by Dave Sime of Duk in 1956. , . iunch fo r the Boston Red ialurday as they pitched Sox a lid latted their way lo a 5-1 verdict iver the Detroit Tigers. Conley (4-2) knocked in two uns and scored another himself n helping the Red Sox to a 3-0 ead through six' innings. He ran nto a jam in the seventh and got a helping hand on the mound and at bat from Radati;, Radatz drove in lhe Bostonans' ilia! two runs in an eighth inning with the bases jammed, struck >ut pinch hitter Vic Wertz for the second out and then walked pinch litter Larry Osborne to force in )etroit's only run. With the bases still loaded, he struck out Jake Wood for the final out. Radatz set the Tigers down in order in the last two innings to >rotect the decision for Conley— iis second of the year over De- roit. Left-hander Don Mossi, (2-4) making his first start since he nju-red a tendon in his shoulder at Kansas City May 2, was .ouched fo r two runs and six hits jefore he was lifted for a pinch litter in the seventh. Over 17,000 Watch I.U. "Little 500" Bike Race BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) A record crowd of 17,042 — half again as any home basketball game drew last season —turned out Saturday to watch Indiana University's 12lh annual "Little 500," a 50-mile race to finance student scholarships. Phi Kappa Psi fraternity dueled almost wheel-to-wheel with Sigma Alpha Epsilon throughout the 200- lap race before finally winning by nine seconds. It was the fourth win in five years for the Plu Psi team, which set a record pace of 21.83 miles raises contributions for univer sity research, gifts and othei scholarships. In the 12 years of the race, the Foundation's annual income ha: swollen from $30,000 to over $750, 000, In three of the last five yean Indiana University has led al other state-financed institutions in the nation in per capiU contributions. The bicycle race has been "st successful in promoting the foun dation that colleges in six othe slates have imitated it. The race helns onen the dooi Boston Detroit 020 000 120—5 9 1 000 000 100—1 4 1 Conley, Radatz (7) and Paglia- roni; Mossi, Jones (7), N-ischwitz 8) and Brown, Roarke (8), W— Jonley (4-2). L—Mossi (2-4). fair view And Tipton Victors In Grade Games Fairview's Falcons edged the McKinley Hilltoppers 3-2 and the Tipton Tigers clubbed the Daniel Webster Warriors 11-5 in grade school baseball games Friday. Fairview captured its game at /plumbia field with a nine-hit attack fealuring a triple by Steve Beeler. McKinley's only tallies came on a home run by Ronnie Schroder with a mate on base. Dave Layman also hit a double for the northsidcrs but was left stranded. Rod Jones belted a , two-run homer for Daniel Webster in the first inning but Tiplon recovered when Dan Brubaker smashed » grand slam homer in the third frame to send the Tigers ahead for .keeps. Terry Gish also got two'fsingles for Tipton and Alan Gleitz had a pair of singles for Webster. , Summary; R 3 2 Fairview McKinley Brower and Gaby; Wells, Layman arid Chapman. R H E Tipton 11 8 ( Daniel Webster 5 5 I Burkhart, Harloin and Harris Jones, Underly and Paul. 2,502 Entries In U.S. Open NEW YORK (AP) - A record 2;502 entries for the 1952 United States Open golf championship were accepted, the U.S. Golf As sociation said Saturday, and 115 additional ones, including that of 1952 champion Julius Boros, were rejected. Both Boros and Paul Runyan, the present PGA senior champion, mailed their entries too 1'ate lo reach the USGA headquarters by 5 p.m., last Wednesday when the books were closed for the 72-hole tournament to be held June 14-16 on the Oakmont course near Pittsburgh. The 2,502 accepted entries is a record. The previous high wa.s 2,453 two years ago. The huge field will be cut to Gene Littler, the defending champion, and 149 rivals in a series of local and .regional qualifying rounds that begin this week. However, 19 players are exempt from the qualifying tests, leaving 2,481 players trying for the remaining an nour in uiu LWU-IUJUJ- tvcm. Team Captain Dave Blase of Speedway, a national road racing veteran, pedaled 136 of the 200 aps for the victory. The bicycle race is the climax of a galexy of events billed as the "world's greatest collegiate weekend." Oak Hall dormitory won the co. ed tricycle relay race Friday night. The weekend, including a variety show, an outdoor extravaganza, an ice creaiti social, a golf jamboree and a flurry of dances, drew a combined total of nearly 50,000 persons for all events. The profit left over goes into a fund for scholarships for students working to pay their way. through Indiana University. Last yew'.lK students got a $100 boosMirectly from the race. .,•;(;•'" •The major rolo' ;il] : '.'the race, however, is to publicize the Indi- for William Armstrong, foundalipn director, who spends 11 months a year slumping the state 1 'to promote I. U. and to soli'cit contributions. Three major accidents, one of them a 15-bicycle pileup on the first lap marred Saturday's "Little 500." T.he average speed might have been even faster had the yellow flag not slowed riders for 10 laps. Other members of the winning foursome besides Blase were Jolm Odusch, a senior from South Bend; Jim Berry, a junior from Indianapolis, and Steve Tesich, a freshman from East Chicago. , •Fifty-seven fraternities and dor. nntork-is entered the race. Qualifications cut the- field to 33. a month -ag'o. Acacia., fraternity, the fastest owalifier, -was 'fifth Saturday. PJii ana University Foundation^ a -pri-jO-imma Delta, was -third and Chi vale non-prof)*, corporation ^hichj Phi was fourth. PolmeisRegams Lead In Colonial WWt<$6 FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP)— Pennsylvania strongman Arnold Palmer fired a pressure-packed 6C Saturday and regained the lead afte r 54 holes in the $40,400 Colonial National Invitation Golf Tournament. Already a five-time tournament winner this year, the sturdy belter shaved four shots off the rugged 7,112-yard par 70 course to register a three^round total of 205, five under par. Three strokes back al 208 were Gary Player, a 70 shooter Saturday, and hard-luck Australian Bruce Crampton, who look a double bogey six on 'he 18(h Jaipur Easy Mile Winner NEW YORK (AP)-George B. W-idener's Jaipur, heavy favorite of a crowd of 50,105, drew away from the pace-setting Green Ticket in the final one-eighth of a mile Saturday at Aqueduct and won lh e $58,600 Withers Mile with complete authority. The dark bay son of Nasrullah- Rare Perfume, by Eight Thirty, who was kept out of the Kentucky Derby a week ago by his owner, is expected lo clash wilh Decidedly, (he Derby winner, in the $150,000-added Preakness at Baltimore next Saturday. Seven 3-year-olds contested the 87th running of the Withers, and Jockey Willie Shoemaker steered Jaipur to a one-length victory over Mrs. Adele L. Rand's Green green lo wind up with a 67 for the day. Player, from South Africa, bird- led the first two holes and 'at lhat point held a three-shot lead over Palmer. He also birdied the llih but bogies at Nos. 7, H p.nd 17 wiped out his lead. Palmer whittled off eight straight pars and then caught fire. He birdied No. 8 fo r a 34 and proceeded to notch birdies at 11, 12 and 17 for a 32. Crampton made the turn in two- under 33 and trimmed three more strokes off par at the llth, 13th and 16th. His second shot on 18 landed in the water to the Hit of the green and cost him a penalty stroke. He chipped nicely to within five feet of the hole but (hen pulled his putt. Player started the day with 138, Palmer was a shot back at 139 and Crampton was tied for sixth at one-over-par 141. Third round leaders of the Colonial National Invitation Golf Tournament: Arnold. Palmer 67-72-66—205 Bruce Crampton 71-70-57—208 Gary Player 68-70-70—208 Doug Ford 68-72-69—209 Johnny Pott 69-70-73—212 Gay Brewer 70-75-67—212 Kel Nagle 72-71-71— 214 Ben Hogan 72-71-71—214 Doug Sanders 71-71-72—214 Jack Nicklaus 69-71-74— 2W Bo Wininger 68-74-72— 2E 4-Mile Relay Mark Ticket, a noted sprint star. . L J D 'A Green Ticket, winner of the )[MSI16Q DV UrgQOH 131 berths. In the local qualifying, 2,438 players will play two rounds at 58 different sites with the best 452 moving into the 13 regional playoffs. Here they will be joined by 45 players who did not need to play in the local rounds. . For the first time in m'any years both Ben Hog-an, four times winner of the Open, and Sam Snead, who had been thwarted in every Open, must qualify in the region- als. Previously, they always were exempt because of titles they held. The first of the local qualifying rounds will be held next friday at Oakland, Calif. The three in, the New York City area will be held May 22 with all others scheduled' for M-ay 21. The regional tests are .booked for June 4 and 5. Swift Slakes at Aqueduct on opening day March 20, took second by three quarters of a length over Greentree Stable's Cyrano. Cyrano, who was unbealen in three starts until this cool sunny afternoon, was making his first stakes start. He ran a creditable race as he nosed out Charles W. Engelhard's Nassau Hall for third, money Nassau Hall, who had beaten Green Ticket decisively April 28 in the. Delaware Valley Slakes at Garden State Park, was the 5-2 second choice Salurday. Ada L. Rice's Daddy R. was fifth, followed by Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs' Lucky Uncle and the Par- lam Slable's Western Warrior was seventh and last. Due d'Or and Grid Iron Hero were withdrawn from the 1 race. Jaipur was timed in 1:35 3-5 ove r a fast track, just two-fifths of a second slower than the Withers record set a year ago by Hitting Away, The .winner, $2.50 and $2.20. returned $3.50, Swimming Featured In Tokyo Olympics TOKYO (A-P)~-Swimining events- will be the major attractions of the first week in the 19B4 Olympic Games, the Tokyo organizing committee said Salurday, The Games will -open on Oct. 9 with the traditional parade. The next day-will be one of rest with swim, ming competition beginning on Oct. 11. Track opening and sport field, until traditional the Rome Games in 1960, will start on Oct. 15. On Burleson'x Run FRESNO, Caljf. (AP)-Amert. ca's premier miler Dyrol Burleson sped an anchor lap in 3 minutes, 57.9 seconds Salurday as his University of Oregon 4-mile relay loam smashed the world record by 15 seconds with a time of 16:08.9 at the West Coast Relays. The four collegians all turned in great times. Archie San Romani Jr. and Vic Reeve each ran his mile in 4:04 and Keilh Forman turned the third leg in 4:03. Then came the tremendous effort by Burleson, the slim 21-year- old from Collage Grove, Ore. He ran alone; by the final 440-yards the Western Michigan team was so far behind that Dyrol lapped his opponent. Weslern Michigan, the only other entry, finished-in 17:24.5. Oregon's time beat the world mark of 16:23.8 set last year by the New Zealand national team of Gary Philpolte, Murray Halberg, Bariy Magee and Peter Snell. Player, Nicklaus Play Af B. Wayne FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP)-The Hoosier Celebrities golf match at the Fort Wayne Country Club July 31 will feature a match between • Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus. The 18-hole match will cany a $2,000 prize for the winner and $1,000 for the loser. Player defeated Arnold Palmer 66-69 last year. !.

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