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lot A lesions lliioi Coach CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP J Jovial, Boorio went to Colorado as line Ilay Eliot, 53, yesterday resigned coach. a Illinois football coach, elfec-j Among the first mentioned as tive after his ISth Illini season 'a probable successor was Chuck next fall, to become the school's. Studley, 30, an Illini line coach assistant athletic director. ; since 1S)jj and captain and guard - A successor will not be named;0" Eliot's 1951 Kse Bowl team, until alter the 1939 grid season. : CO INT KD OCT Eliot iff the dean of Big Ten j Two other veteran Eliot asoist- ' coaches. His resignation was ac-'anls were counted out because of cepted at a meeting of the uni-jage. Both, line Coach Burt Ing-Versity's board of trustees which j w ersen, on the Illini staff since also announced his appointment ! 19 15, and backfield Coach Ralph as assistant to Athletic Director j Fletcher, an Eliot aide since 1912 Doug Mills. are 60 years old. ' HMSULl) SIXTH Eliot, whose last name original- Eliot, serving as head coach j'y was Nusspickcl, became head ' since he succeeded the late Bob , coach succeeding Zuppke in 1912, Zuppke in 1912, had a 4-5 over- j 10 years after he was graduated all record last fall and finished fl'm Illinois. In between, he sixth in the Big Ten race with ! served four years as head coach 4-3. ; at Illinois College at Jacksonville, His 17-year Illini record is five years as Zuppke's assist- 7S-70-10 over-all and 50-53-6 in the iant- THERt OUGHT TO BE A LAW! By FAGALY and SHORTEN I AM..L, Stale Beaien . Big Ten. Eliot's successor will be only the third Illini grid coach since the legendary Zuppke took over in 1913 and quit under pressure after the 1911 season. With the resignation of Eliot and last fall's move by Michigan's Bennie Oosterbaan, an 11-season Wolverine coach, to the . front office, the mantle of Big Ten coaching dean now rests on Ohio State's Woody Hayes who . will start his ninth Buckeye season next fall. Eliot implied there was no pressure- in his "difficult" decision to resign. "It is always difficult to decide that one will leave the firing line of the fierce competition which is Big Ten football," he said. "But, the choice was made in the off-season when unhurried reflection on the future is possible without the heat of battle or in fluence of a winnin; season." yi ss gs'ncstoke was bee4 plugging roz a Well , a one was fimalw ocdeuso' NWT-,Pv,SiTRFOREA5,BJTNOD',CE P.S. -ALSO A KEW "INPlSTID GO WITH IT,' lB.BllLOESOTTOMOU'N'E lES.VESf Orl,tflS5 GWiOSTOnS.'TMiS tS1r!E 1 BE!4 PROMISING ME A EW J Vf'SA W NE' &RII W3EO, ViSSPESCHLAPP.' f .f) j MACHINE.' THIS ONE'S SO i NOW.' J KESE.M DEAR.' VOU CAnI OZ. J V O i I cinffitTin rjyr S 1 : Jiiii27,v:r,1 I ftu ijii i sl tl PrTOlf. IN ' I mm. MA Friday, March 13, 1959 THE DAILY SUN C-3 S P Q) li EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) tvansville College, nitting a rec ord 46 free throws, 29 the first half, led all the way last night to defeat fast-breaking North Caro-; lina A&T 110-92 in the semifinals; of the NCAA Small College bas-j ketball tourney. The host team, also setting a meet scoring record, will meet Southwest Missouri State today1 for the championship. North Carolina Aggies will face Los Angeles State for third place. Southwestern advanced with - UCLA Star Paces AII-PCC Selections TORRENCE UNANIMOUS CHOICE ON COACHES' TEAM LOS ANGELES (AP) Five! John Werhas, Southern Cal, San seniors and two juniors were Pedro. named to the All-Pacific Coast; with seven men named for the Conference Basketball Team of team onlv three positions ;1939. Walt Torrence of UCLA waswere open for the second. Selected a the onlv unanimous choice. L-oro Rnmn Rnin Washington! Al (j-aa victory over ios Angeies, before 6,109 fans in Roberts Mu- ;.,i,-,.,i ct...ii,,. !.',,, ,,, . conference coaches (player, Honorable mention: UCLA -Evansville s Hugh Ahlermg school, home): 'iRafcr Johnson, Denny Crum; Ida- dropped in 17 fouls in 18 attempts. nnnv vit.na..L- rviifnr i,t T.ivine Jim P.WpI- Here is Wednesday the team, by vote of selected Buch, California, and Whaylon the nine; Coleman, Idaho. for a tournament record. The old Costa Mesa. Oregon Denny Strickland, Eliot, bald former president of the American Football Coaches' Assn., won two Big Ten titles outright, in 1916 and 1951, and shared the crown in 1933 with Michigan State. His 1946 club went to the 1917 Rose Bowl game, first in the current Big Ten-Pacific Coast Conference series and trounced UCLA 15-11 to confound West Coast crit ics who said ,7 ter-Iinals victory " e. , WW1 SrUTle'!State Normal and "-""' l"'"'u u"uola of scoring records for the tourna- , , 'ment last night. As -assistant .to Mils, Eliot wills Xho Tisors paced bv John handle the Illinois financial aid(Barnhill with 29 points, bested by iuiaui iui aiiui-u-a, ail 1111:1 fas-1 jq ingly tougn iiig ten assignment, ! mark of 15 was first set by Jack , , n ,.ji1. t'W-Rill Rlnnm .Tim Sullivan of Mount St. Marys in . , iVnit ctanfnrd-Dirk Hasra. John 1957 and matched last year by, ' raIifrnia. Al-Arrill?.ga; Washington State - Darrell hambra. Al- Arrill?.ga; IJohn Maris. TENNESSEE A&l SCORES EASY WIN IN NAIA TOURNEY KANSAS CITY (AP) Tennes see Ail's defending National In- forpfillnfriMl hakothll rhmninnQ ho said that Army should: acpd t() an eas 131.74 quar. " .LCIAS !f ter-linals victory over Illinois set a couple The team total of 46 charities made in 56 shots broke the 'mark of il set in 1958 by Adelphi in a 90-72 victory over Brandeis. The 110 points shattered Evans- Sville's tourney record of 108 mento. against Illinois Normal's 96 1957. in points the old team scorin record set last year by Texas Southern. In other games, Southwest Texas pulled out an 80-78 decision in a thriller with Lenoir Rhyne, TAMPA, Fla. (AP) The Cin-thanks to Charles Sharps clutch or losinc cinnati Reds yesterday asked hook shot with five seconds to go; Reds Seek Waivers On Eddie Miksis VIFFI SMITH TAKES LEAD IN TITLEHOLDERS TOURNEY AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) Wiffi; The sturdy, freckle-faced young Smith conquered whistling winds woman from St. Llair, Mich.,i Leading jockey in Maryland and a classy field yesterday for toured the hilly, 6,302-yard Augus- during 1958 was apprentice Lar-the first round lead in the 20th ta Country Cluh course in 37-38 ry Reynolds with 87 winners. Women's Titleholders Golf Tour-;75, even women's par and three; Bernard P. Bond led the Mary-nament. iover men's par. land trainers in 1958 with 3-1 win- Fay Crocker, the steady veteran ,ners. from Montevideo, Uruguay,' pressed close on Wiffi's heels with a 40-3676, shooting nine straight pars on the back nine. Mickey Wright of San Diego, Calif., who won the Jacksonville 0en Sunday, shot a 39-3877 and announced she was happy with it. "Anything under an 80 would suit me on a day like this," the Paul Neumann, Stanford, Costa Mesa. LANCASTER, Pa. (UPD-Nick Doug Smart, Washington, Seat-Cullop, major league outfielder tie. i during the late 1920s, has been Walt Torrence, UCLA, Sacra- named manager of the Lancaster iclub in the Eastern League. Yankees Edge Orioles, 10-9 (Continued from C 1) V 475 4th St. 1 Eait of E ml Ran Bernardino f il I iii lirn IWMH MEN'S SPORT COATS New Spring Stylet l595 Regular $35 iiM pinch hitler and moved to second on a single by Woody Held. Herb Score held the Cubs hit- waivers for unconditional release !Fort Hays (Kan) State and seeded;, n;tcmn(T tne first three in- tall blonde said. Since the 1958 season ended,! of Eddie Miksis, 32-year-old util-15th, upset No. two-ranked West, T f theTribe. He walked' Strong winds hitting 03 miles an Eliot had to reshuffle his coaching staff, depicted when Tommy O'Connell left to become head coach at Drake and Charles Virginia Wesleyan 9S-83. L. " . ,fn -th tu,ft nnt in th hour in gusts made the tempera- The Tennessee team also set a.,.,A . t Mlir . Fm,a R!into m 'lure in the upper 40s unduly un- ity infielder and outfielder, Miksis, signed by Cincinnati as a free agent last year, appeared new record in field goals for one; pop oul (o pnd the threat T,le in 69 games and batted .110. VODKA HIGHBALL or VODKA-AND-TONIC Opinions differ os to which is the best vodka drink ... but not about what's the best vodka! Let nobody tell you all vodkas are the same. Insist on smooth, flawless Smirnoff . . . and drink il as you like if r,. , iCubs scored all their runs in the oi set ny warsnau conege in me 1917 tournament. , tifl E If The Tigers scored 100 points with 9'i minutes to go and Coach Johnny McLendon pulled out all of his starters. j Karlv in this tournament thevi beat Nebraska Wesleyan 75-57, and Youngstown, Ohio, University, 89-S0. elements, combined with extremely fast igreens, sent scores climbing. Louise Suggs, a three-time win- llinL- P.'Arlri-cL-i ni pnorf rim lnT . 7 ' i 'Island. Ga.; Betsy Rawls of S. C, and Joyce Wis., all had fourth and fifth innings off Mike Garcia, who gave up nine hits. Sawyer Satisfied With Phils' Speed CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) -Manager Eddie Sawyer appears well-pleased with the added speed the Philadelphia Phillies have shown in winning three exhibition ft, inning frf tlin Tt'iKo nrlH B, ... j ,, Spartanburg, rrn-n im nilI IaiT n rtIlflln " tr? ' ' o,: Zie of Milwaukee. Uy 1 cilia HI HIV- AVlll. Defending champion Beverly Hanson of Indio, Calif., and Mary Lena Faulk of Thomasville, Ga., were the only others in the starting field of 48 to break 80. They had 79s. Moe Drabowsky held the Indi-j ans hitless in the first three in-, nings, but lett the game in tne fourth when a pitch by Garcia tore off the nail of his right thumb. He was taken to a hospital for X-rays of the thumb. Morrie Martin, the third of four Chicago pitchers, was the loser. Barbara Mclntire of Lake Park, Fla., paced the amateurs with an 83. Reds 9, Pirates 4 games. "We took very few extra bases Patty Berg of St. Andrews, 111., who has won this event seven TAMPA, Fla. (AP) In an out- times, took an 81 and called it one burst seldom seen last season, the of the two poorest rounds of her J Cincinnati Reds pounded 11 hi! S; long, illustrious career. The other i off three rookie pitchers yester-lshe said, was an 82 in the second day in a 9-4 exhibition victory overwound at Tampa earlier this year, the Pittsburgh Pirates. j The 22-year-old Miss Smith, who The Reds bunched three hits, ; already has one tournament vie- yer said, "but it may be different this year. In a season's time, you ....... u.... ,,;4 n 1.1.1 mill ui.iMf l.HU a. , , . 0 ... .. tnrvMiami Rnnrh.tr. hnr nnrlil ind we're going to p,uVuui , 7J . ; in tne scventn inning to proouce . yeu, nam sue was pieasju extra runs if eaves you breathless BO i 100 mifnoit vodka Proof. Distilled tram inn. Sle. Piem Smunalf FIs. (Dm. il Heub'ein), Hartford. Conn need every run we can get." Too Much Snow GREENFIELD, Mass. (AP) -The Eidelweiss Ski Club canceled a ski outing for this weekend near Rutland, Vt. The reason; Too much snow for traveling. -A THE REAL STORY OF AN ALL-TIME SPORTS FIGURE AND KIDS' HERO by the woman who knew the Babe best&i. Don't Miss r by W's. Babe Ruth villi Bill Slocum ' '.M..'..1 V ' V r.- What really caused the feud between Ruth and Gehrig? Did the Babe hang on to much of the money he made? What luck did Mrs. Ruth have at reforming him? What sort of a father was the Babe to his daughters? Did Babe Ruth know what killed him? Read the answers to these and dozens of other questions about the most fabulous athlete of them all in our full condensation of the new book starting Now Appearing Daily Except Saturday and Sunday in the Sun and Telegram five runs and break a 4-1 tie. j with her round. Claude Osteen, rookie southpaw; "I hit the ball the way I wanted who finished up for Cincinnati,! to," she said. "I kept it low, out collected the victory. Another left-! of that wind. I can't complain hander, Don Rowe, took the loss.! about that round a bit." Don Ncwcombc, who started onj The weatherman promised less the mound for Cincinnati, gave upwind and warmer temperatures two first inning runs and three of 'for today 'n second round. the Pirates' 11 hits. Kathy Cornelius or Lake Worth, Frank Robinson was the guid- F'a- was forced to withdraw be ing ngnt ot tne Keels anacK,;-au ul reaching base four times on two! hits one a double and two The race mare Carlinga, an passes. import from Argentina, cost I American sportsman w. Arnold ! Hanger about $12,000. giiiM cauflg'jj Ventura, Palomar Capture Opening Game Victories Loccl Area Folks May Get $50 Cash LONG BP1ACII, (UPD-Ventura, , .... Western States Conference titlist, mry upset pre-tournament favorite Sam uutf ItIM infill, uo-ui, 111 lilt? ilL . ".TiffV Plan'' ic inl' rff'nmrl game of the first round of the bv A.,tna Finance Co.. 4Sfi 4th State Junior College basketball street and u-nrfhv nnrs msv tournament. .borrow $50 cash at once for San Jose led through the first any need or expense. Those wish- 10 minutes, but rentura applied a full court press and took the lead shortly before the half, leav ing the floor with a 36-33 intermission advantage. Long Beach City College, the defending champion, turned back highly-regarded Hancock of Santa Maria, 69-38. ! Palomar of Escondido, edged City College of San Francisco, 51- 50, thanks to field goal by Ray. Joh" cForiand .... Mar. tsosc n wim a minute to pay. larger amounts up to jiuw ing to obtain the money arc invited to stop in at the Aetna office and see Mr. John McFar land, manager. Th;it m.nrln thf wra-p M.? anH a larger amounts Up basket by Mel Wilson of the lo;ers1(r mor f r? 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