Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 31, 1962 · Page 19
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ITnrrscfay Evening, May 31,196?. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Nineteen N1HSC Track Stars Turn Back NCC Team 128-93 ELKHA11T—Track stars from the Northern Indiana High School Conference turned back a similar group of athletes from the tforth Central Conference in a track meet here Tuesday night, 128-93. Bob Wolf was the only'Logansport entrant to place as he picked up a fourth in the low hurdles and a fifth in the highs. A. total of seven new records went into the books and another was tied as the athletes sped over a soft track in championship style! Bernie Rivers, the East Chicago Washington flash, was one of two double winners and he wasn't pressed. Bernie "coasted" to victory in the century in 10 seconds flat which tied a meet record and won the 220 sprint in the same fashion in 22.1 seconds which set a new mark. Elkhart fans had plenty for rejoicing. The Blue Blazers had only two entrants in the meet and both set new records in their events, beating state champions in each show. Ed Terlep whinged the shot 57 feet, 3 inches for a new mark and Steve Harper leaped 22 feet, 9 inches for another record in the broad jump. Erwin Cox of Kokomo and Hai(. ry Hasselrbde of LaPorte both went 13 feet in the pole vault for a new record. It was the first time either boy had been that high all season. Jerry Saffell, a husky LaPorte junior won both hurdle races, taking the high sticks in 14.6 seconds for a new record and won he. low barrier run in 2Q.2 sec- tnds, which was two-tenths off he record. Bob Wolf of the Ber- ies was fifth in the high hurdles n 15 seconds flat and ran 21.1 n the lows for a fourth place. •Ie had the same soft outside lane n each race. Logan's other two entrants, Bob ferns in the 100 and Jim Lowes n the shot put, failed to place. ..owes might have placed but his )est toss, a throw of nearly 52 eet, was erased when he fouled. Art Angotti of Gary Tolleston, won the mile run in 4:23.5 for a new mark, coming from way back n the bunch to scamper home bur yards ahead of the field. Only other record was in the 880 relay when Richmond's foursome sped :he distance in 1:30.7. Summary: High jump—1. Murphy (Richmond) 2. Fisher (Mishawaka) and Taylor (So. Bend Adams) tied, 4. Coleman (So. Bend Washington) 5. Wiley (Anderson) 6 ft. 2 inches. Pole vault—1. Cox (Kokomo) and Hasselrode (LaPorte) tied, 3. Boyce (Muncie Central), Griffin (Gary Tolleston) and Evans (Kokomo) tied. 13 feet. (New Record) Shot put—1. Terlep (Elkhar!) 2. Farnsworth (LaPorte) ,'). Wilkinson (Tech) 4. Blake (E. C. Washington) ' 5. Baker (Tech) 57 ft. 3 inches (New Record). Broad jump—1. Harper (Elkhart) 2. Brown (Tech) 3. Hairston (Michigan City) 4. Wright (Richmond) 5. Regan (Gary Tolleslon) 22 it.. 9 inches. (New Record). Snapp Wins Flag Event Bob Snapp won the Memorial Day Flag tournament at the Dyke, man Park golf course Wednesday. Snapp had seven shots left after playing 18 holes and used the shots to get him to the second green on the return trip. Ralph Schroder had eight shots left but ended in the second fairway after taking a bogey five on the first hole. There was a tie for third place between Ron Jones, Cecel Clary and Frank Henry who holed out on the first extra hole—all obtaining birdies after finishing with three strokes left. Other prizes were given to Howard Pashong who had the longest drive on the fourth hole, Perry Gibson who was closest to the hole with his tee shot on No. 3 and like prizes for Ray Olson on No. 7, Pat McLochlin on No. 12 and Maurice Watson on No. 18. Accidental TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (UK)— Authoilies said today the gunsho! death of William A. Lenges, 15, a his farm home near Pimento, was an accident. A cousin told Deputy Sherif James MeKinney the youth was fitting a new pistol in a holster when the weapon discharged anc a bullet pierced his chest. The boy died in St. Anthony's Hospital Wednesday, shortly after the shooting. High hurdles-1. Saffell (LaPorte) 2. Tuttle (Hammond High) 3. Digman (Muncie Central) 4. Wilson (Gary Froebel) 5. Wolf (Logansport) 14.6 seconds, (New record). Mile run—1. Angotti (Gary.Tol- leston) • 2. Myers (Ft. Wayne North) 3. Jones (Kokomo) 4. Gunn (Richmond) 5. Leavell (Richmond) 4:23.5. 1 (New record). ' 100—1. Rivers (E. C. Washington) 2. Billing (Gary Mann) 3. Goree (Anderson) 4. Mader (Richmond) 5. Raspberry (Gary Froebel) 10 seconds even, Ties record). 440—1. Harris (Gary Tolleston) 2. Majors (Richmond) 3. Melson (Anderson) 4. Morris (Gary, Froebel) 5. Jordan (Richmond) 50 seconds even. 88»—1. Beazley. (Anderson) 2. Nidiffer (So. Bend Adams 3. Graf (Kokomo) 4. Bullerdick" (Richmond. 5. Walker .(Gary Tolleston) 1:56.6. 220—1. Rivers (E. C, Washington) 2. Billing (Gary Mann)' 3. Boyd (Gary Tolleston) 4. Mader (Richmond) 5. Goree (Anderson) 22.1 seconds. (New record). .' Low Hurdles—1. Saffell (LaPorte) 2. Shultz (So. Bend Central) 3. Digman (Muncie Central) 4. Wolf (Logansport) 5. Carlson (Gary Froebel) 20.2>econds. Mile relay—1. Gary Tolleston 2. Gary Froebel 3. Richmond 4. Anderson. 3:20,2. 880 relay—1. Richmond 2. Anderson 3. Froebel 4. Gary Tolleston. 1:30.7. (New record). Palmer, Littler In Memphis Meet MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) - A field including the 1961, National Open winner, this year's Masters' champ and. most Of the golfers they defeated in those two o u tings was ready to tee off today in quest of the Memphis Open's $40,000 jackpot. Arnold Palmer, golf's money king and Masters Mist, and last year's Open champion Gene Littler are among the 150 shotmak- ers vying for the $8,400 first prize. Palmer ranked as the pre-tournament favorite on the basis of Back to Work WASHINGTON (UPI) - President Kennedy returned to the White House today after a brief holiday - birthday observance al his Middleburg, Va., country estate. He later attended Mass at St. Matthews Cathedral, a few blocks away from the White House. Today is the feast of Ascension, a holy day of obligation for all Roman Catholics. The President was in church for 30 minute's. Kennedy flew to Middleburg late Tuesday to celebrate his 45th birthday with a quiet family din ner, and remained fo r Memorial Day. Read the Want Ads! his four straight tournament victories. But South Africa's Gary Player, his most consistent challenger, will be out to avenge his defeat in the Masters playoff. Ailing Gary Middlecoff of Mem phis, last year's tillist, is back to defend his championship. The homegrown golfing dentist, who has been bothered recently by back trouble, fired a record 266 to take honors in 1961. Palmer and Player were the center of a controversy involving the Memphis Open last year that reached international proportions. They, along with Canada's Stan Leonard, asked Memphis Open officials to release "Biem to taTce part in the International Canada Cup matches set for San Juan, Puerto Rico, on the same .date as the Memphis event. Memphis officials refused t h e request, quoting a PGA rule which requires the top 25 money winners and those with a tournament victory within the last year to play in all PGA - sanctioned events or refrain from playing al all while a PGA-sanctioned tournament is in progress. The PGA threatened the golfers with $500 fines and six-month suspensions from .the tour. All three withdrew from the Canada Cup competition and sat out the Mem phis tournament. ^"-. TAXES TOOK 26'Ai OF EACH DOLLAR / / t ' 1 ' r I , 1 3 \ ', ! 1 i ! i ' , <1 i rUDLIl JCIWIV.C IVUYtrMW 1 HEVCIYEU FROM ITS CUSTOMERS IN 1961 ""iS. 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