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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, May 18, 1957
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Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Saturday Evening, May 18, 1957 Berry Golfers Win Sectional, Earn Trip To Finals Defend NCC Links Crown On Monday Logansport Golfers Nick LaPorte and South Bend Riley By One Stroke to Win School's First Sectional Heartened by the first IHSAAi sectional golf championship in the school's history, the Loganberry links team prepared to defend its North Central conference crown st Muncie Monday. Logansport's triumph at the LaPorte sectional eliminalions Friday came by one stroke over a star- studded field. It marked the first time that LaPortc had lost a sectional in six years. The Berries, coached by Harold Jamison, tallied 327 strokes to edge IJiley of South Bend and host LaPorte who finished al 328. Adams of South Bend took fourth place with a 329 score. Last week's second place rating In the LaPorte Invitational gave the Berries the confidence they needed to emerge victorious and earn another try to next week's stale finals, at Indianapolis. Don Bessignano paced the local foursome, composed of all underclassmen, with a 41-3(1—7'J. Hob Wolf folk/wed with a 40-40—110. John White carded a 42-42--«4 and John Wells had a 41-4:'— M. Contostants battled the slcmenls all day. The course was wet and the winds were a handicap to the Hold of 18 schools. Other scoring in the meet was: Hammond Noll 'Ml, South Ik-nd Central 343, Rochester 344, Michigan City 34fl, Mishawaka and Dyer 340 each, Valparaiso SR4, Plymouth 359, Hammond IllKh 3(111, Hammond Clark 3!I7, Han.imond Tech 3IH), Crown Poinl 3!tD, fiary Wallace 407, Gary Kdison 451. Paul f^incr will join the ficrrie. 1 ;' sectional group lo compete a.s fiflh man in the North Central conference tests. Indianapolis Shorlrblne., I.ogan«- pwl and Columbus I/ink .'ic.rliinial team honors Kriday to lead a host of Indiana hUjh school l.camx into the stale golf firials at'Indiana-) IIO!|H next week. Major League Standings American League W. L. Pel. GB Chicago . 17 7 .708 New York 16 9 .040 1% Cleveland 16 9 15 13 14 14 12 10 9 16 7 22 .640 .536 .500 .429 .360 Detroit Kansas City Ballimore Washington 7 22 .241 12'/ 2 Sunday's Games Detroit at Washington Kansas City at Baltimore (2) Cleveland at New York Chicago at Boston National Cincinnati Milwaukee Brooklyn Philadelphia St. Louis New York W. L. 1!) (I 17 !) 15 10 13 W: Ki 1:1 n 17 n HI 7 IK yd. .704 .G.14 .(JOB .5!il! .50;) I'lllsburgh It 141 .IIOII IOV4 Chicago 7 IK .2(10 ii. Sunday's Caino.H Philadelphia at Chicago (2) Pitlsbui'Xh at Cincinnati <2) New York at Milwaukee Brooklyn at SI. Louis American AHHurlatlmi W. L. Wichila If) M St. J'a'.il Ill |() Minneapolis J!j II liidliinnpnli.s 1,1 .10 Charleston Hi III Omaha 14 1(1 Denver 10 14 LouL-ivllle (1 23 l-'rlilny'fl ItcmilljH ShnrtrldKc scon*! a (earn lolal I Om ''' lla llL St - 1>Ilul - l>o.stpuni!cl, rain of 'Ml', In tmlitisluiim Hie t\cM in l . ll(ll "»"l" tll(l » l Wichita, pj)d, rain Pel. .(171) .(143 ,(133 ,4114 .471 .4(17 .417 .207 11.4: IndlanujHiliM meet. Indlanapo lin Washington was ninnrr-up wllh Sin anil Indlaaiipoll.i Howe and Went Lafayette tied at .'(12 lo round out the four loam-i which qualified for Ihe .stale finals. Individual i| u a I I f i n r » were Cliarlwi Griffith ol ,Slmrlrid«r wlHi a 71; Joe Hook of SliorlrliU.'!- w |!.h <i 73; and Wa.-:lilrn.;lon's 'lilll Kin- dill, al.-io with a 7.1. Individuals iinallfymK were Iton Mllllkoa nf Adamn who iihnl. a hot one ovi-r-par 72; Will WldiM of Hammond Noll with a 77; and I'.oli Paaio.bi t,f Mishawaka and Mohlrr llobbs of South Bend Central who tied nl 711. Columbus j-icwcd :il(l lo wltfc Kvaiisvilli- JVJjitr-r J)cl by win Nl.nike for (he Uedl'ord .lerllnnal crown. Kvan.-ivillr North and )ll<x>inlni{lon alwi qualified with III!) and 3ZI, rwipiw-llvely. Individual (|iiallfier;i In till! Bedford mi-.rt wen- Sam Carnilchanl of MartliDivillr with ll par '/'/.; Dick Sharp -if Cohmi.lni.-i wllh a 7-1, and Sieve I'lirrlan of Illoom- in^lon, ahsi) wlUi a 74, The Kurt Wayne nectlonal wriui fllatcd to im played today. Big Seven League Becomes Big Eight UNCOI.N, Neb. <|JP).-Tint Hie, Seven today bi'iian Mutllm; lined to IU. IIKW iiMinii—ilm Bin KlKlil - and Hi nrwi-.-il member — Oklahoma MM. Tin- Ai/nlrif formally worn ail- nntinri-d Into Ihe ciiniiM-enrii Kri- day marking l.lm firnl. udiool to join Ihe ijriiiip ,'iincn Colorado wa;i ailmiUed 10 yi-ar.-i ai/n. (,'onliireni'e Kxurulivu Snrrelary ItitaviiX I'lilei'a nalit the Aljulo-ii' appllciillon for aihiilnilnn win Unanimously appnivrd and that Oklahoma AS/M would begin rom- pi-llnu by next -.prliiH hi all ispiirln except football and bimkel.hall. Pi'lnrii .laid Ihi- Aj/j.;lcii would In-Kin conli'i'i'iii-it rompellllor in Ix.iikolhall dnrliiH Ihe lli;ili-!,ii .-n-a win and would iilai-l ,-ielieilullni-: ennfei-rnt.'e foiitbnll t;a-mr,-i "a;i «nnil al! it jirhrdule ran liu ar- l'anti(i(l-.|>r<ilmli|y by IWil." Purdue Edges Ohio; Indiana Trounced Charleston 4 fxiuinville 2 Minneapolis 3 Denver 1 Gross Hikes Redleg Lead In National Cincinnati Has Won 15 of Last 16 Games in Spectacular Spurt Southpaw Don Gross spent port of last season with Havana of the International League but his fu- lure in Cincinnati seems assured if he keeps pitching the way he did Kriday night in beating the New York Giants, 11-1, with a fine five : hit effort. . The 25-year-old Gross now has hurled three complete - game victories and has yet to be defeated. He is just one more good reason why the Redlegs have won 15 of their last J6 games. Friday night, Frank Robinson blasted a pair of homers, his fifth and sixth of the season, to drive in four runs, while Gus Bell drove in the same number with a homer and two sinfi'lcs. Robinson, Bell •and Crowe each collocled three hits in the Rcdlegs' Hi-hit attack. Gross blanked the Giants until Dusty Rhodes home-red in the eighth. All thai fine hitting and pitching stretched Cincinnati's lead (a a game and a half over second- pluce Milwaukee and three over third-place Brooklyn. The pliiHics came from behind t« defeat the Cardinals, fi-II, while rnin caused postponement of the names between the Pirates ami liravc.s and the Dodgers and Cubs. ClilMix I'ail !,(-'ml In the American Lca^uo, the White Kox won Iheir sixlh cunscc- iilive game mid increased their league lead In a game and a half by healing the Orioles, M; stiulh- paw Hilly Hoed of (he T|KC."H slopped the Yankees, 1-1; the Indians climbed Info a .second-place lii: with the: Yanks by licking the Senators, 3-1, and the Hed Hux nipped the A-l.lilel.ieH, 1-11, 1'lncli hitler Marv Ulayloek's liii'-ee-run homer off Inner Sum JOINIH In flic sixth Inning proved llio decisive walliin in Ilie f'lill.i- Wills Chosen No. 6 On Indiana All-Stars Mantle and Williams Fined $25 for Bar Throwing Incidents CHICACO (UP) — New York Yankeu outfielder Mickey Manl.li: j ]>li|[ ( t. niul.ltodtnn Red Snx oiitlleldor Ted Minnie Williams wci'c $25 poorer today— Ihey id.most Illcrally threw III" money away, nlonH wlIJi their bnU. Aiiinrlciin Leagiii! Prrsldenl. Will llarrldge fined the two Kriday nfl- i'i- iimplrni rrpoNrd they liln-i-w Ilirlf bats even aflrr a leag'ur order .'ipi.-clflrally told playin'ii to Iwl'l nil In Ihclr (.-liilwi. Wlllliimn wan flnrd for throwing lib bat In a garni! against. Dnlrnll on Wrdne'iday, wlilln M a n I I c threw hl;i In n gamfl at llalllmore Cards conlrsl. R.obln Itoherts fell lehlnd whcin he gavo u)) homur.i In Wally Moon and Ken lioyur lint Im si'ttli'il down and blanked SI. Phil Wills, Grass Creek's headline eontributiun lo the Indiana prep basketball picture, will wear Hie No. (I Jersey in Ihe Indiana- Kentiieky all-si ar games nexl month. This friendly (1-5 star who. pul the small Kulton cininly school in- lo prominence was selected to the team by Indiana .sports writers and radio men In thii annual balloling to determine l.ho all-slar personnel. The lloosiers will test Kentucky's lest high .school stnro .hum 22 In Krciidom Hall In Louisville in the first of the two game .scries, then will appear lndlnna|iiilis, In Knllcr rieldliiiti.su, n work later. I'lill was a deadly jump-shooter, Hlnlinnln;,' himself In Ihe slot with- n a radius ol 10-12 I'rcl., Ills coach, Itollln Jump, was quick In piilnl. nut ' lilt .hal. Vom youii|-:iil.i:r also cmild corners. sons, Including 1140 his lust campaign. Thu Panthers' great wns charted nl («.4 percent on his field goal attempts and an equally e.xcep- llnniil 73 percent from the free throw line. Wills Impressed local fans as a junior when lie canned .111 points against a. good Lngansport Icnut in I liu sectional. M" really blossomed nut ns n -senior and hint l''ebruary scored 103 points In I hree sectlonnl up- puiiranccs, Including 211 In a semifinal cnnU-sl Slain win; ngalns!. the llerrlrs. services nnd piipri'.s Ihi-iiiiKliotil Indlnna bewail paying altenllon to Wills' exploits afler his I'ir.sl. threu names. The rave. (Kiliccs reached (heir peak wild Ids <l()-pnliil oiilbursl. against Me- ilaryvlllr. Otlier.s voted In the Indiana All, filin-H include John Coiiliinin and Wlllfi. naii of Ilii! hlKhi-.Hl scorliiK|||(ii-|i |,u u . Sonlh Bend Cunlnil- Louis after the Ihh'd Innlng ,, S^ ^1,^ ±'S l"!^"!'"^^ Mn^.'S rexisliM' Ids third vie lory. I lurry Anderson also homered for llio Mlno.-io's Iwo-run dou In tins eighth Inning brought llio Whltn Sox friiiri bnlilnd to Iliulr victory over li.ifl.-haiider Art Coo carelll of l!m Oriales. Dick Donovan was Hid winner lor Chlcagn iillhiiugh he ni-i-drd I'anl La- I'alme'K lu-!p In Ihr elghlh, Tllo I'Vanciinii homered for .Ihe Orl- olivi, who lo.'d. their I'll'tli flfralght, lliM-H l,lcli« VimliH INirft crlrliralrd bolli hid af.lli lilrthday ii.ntl liln rnluni to action on May 10. Morris, IBC Sued For Nine Million NKW YORK (tlP).-Tlic nia'.liinal lloxlng Club, finiiiil guilty In thi! gov Intrr- already Illon (loHani I'Vlilay hy Buiiton'ii Callahan Athliillc Club and tin mal.rhi!ialiiir, Sam .Sllvi-rman. Thn .-init, filed In federal coui-t, nrouard Jame-i I), Norrhi, prrjtl- deal ol the IBC, and bin a.-i.-mr.l- Hle.ji i>/' iilliimpllii!.; lo limp Ihr Calljdian club Irom pi'imiullnn (•liampliiiiiihl|i boxing liniil,>i, 'ho (lallahan Club and Silver- mall churned Ihe UK,' with lining up e.x.clutilvi! aj.;rr<-iiicn|,-< wllh a •inlinlaiillal o n I, it n d i- h n r v. n d Ihrcaloimd Ihnlr not (•'•! inimlii!!-" of li-iullng ! r Ji, Tlu- complaint that tin- dufitmlaaU lidiMi ciiiiliindriM and a.1. lliry would Ily IINITKD I'lll'ISM Traditional rivals Pui'dim iiniT Jndlann wwu idnlrd to i-la.-.h In a il!g Ten lia.-irball iloublit hi-aih>r nl liloomlagliiu Indiiy, hut II waa Piu'c llui nxnwtfld to JMIVI- llu in i>r no Imar- had two I Ing on tin' rnalnninrii i-hamplon- cluincnii ualimii limy pi'i'inlttod thu UK; to promoli! lliu lU'liln. Milcrs Rally to Nip Lucerne Nine, 7-5 LDCKIINK .... A two-run li-lplii iy Mlllri- lilghllglili!il Twitlvn Mlln'ji liri-ii run iixploiilon In llio nnviinlli •ind gnvn llio Mlloni a 7 til K blifiii mil victory ovm- liiiciirno Thtini- Iny, Thr Llonii had rallliid liom a 4 (i I dnljclt to talin a n to 4 Inad going Into Ilm final iilaii'/.n. llnok- lo The Hollnrmiikorjj retained nn onlnlilii rhaneii for llui li-ngim ; crown followlna l''rlday's 2-1 win liver Ohio Sialr which lipped their lllg Ten i-iirni-d lo 3-3. But, liull- unit remalard inli'eil In the bane, meiil an It mii'i'erc.d a Iiiiiiilllatliu: II-',! Ilini.-iliiiiL; al (hi) hands of II- Jinulii. <:<>AOH NIIKl-'KIIH NTItOKK fillKMN BAY, Win. (t/l')--Tiim lli-nrilHil, '.a., a dofeiDilve i.'onrJl wallri- cnlli-clml two iloiililim wlnniii'H, whlld Newiill .1 fur Liicunin, iSuininary: Twi-lvii Mill) ........ (MM S)!0 3— 7 II LmiKriin ..... . ...... 001 (K 0— IS II L. MIINH and Knlll, lUilinn; Holi- IIIHIIII and llaliin. •with llio (Irrra liny Packwi, »uf.ullcH '" double, U, N. NnUfli'n KuviintU PORT W SPAIN, Trinidad (UN-Tltn Uiillud Slalert l« hoiiv- lly I'avorrd to elliicli n micoml- round bfli'th In llio Amorlumi Xone UHV!H Cup tiuinid play today by ilel'natlna thu British Wwil, In- fnrml a .illglit Htroko I'Vlday at hl»i liiimr, llrnnli'ii who llvml alono, wad found lying on llio floor of lil« bud- room by .lark Valm.sl, a m:otil for Hid National Kuotlm!! Loagtic club, Valnl.il wi-nt to lliuirdtm'n liomo IM-CUIIHI; "Tom didn't uiiow up lit thu offLco nil day.' TJui Yankii took a 2-0 Inad Krl- dny whim Vie Hi'lmm of I'lillndid- phlii whlpiMMl I'etor I'hllllivi of .InmitlvM, (l-O, ll-; 1 ,, ll-o. and Ucr- itiird niu'Uan of Dalian, Tox,, dn- foaUKl Inn McDonald of Ili'lllidi (liilana, il-l, Ml, fl-t, in |.ho opnn- Ing Alnulu.H cimUvilii, All cup art) buiil-uf-flvo iiuilchca, niter a Ihrr-ii-wri-k layoff dui) to ii fioro (ihoiildrr In iiralhig Ihr Yaiikcim on right lilla. Chai-lhi Maxwell, lilll Tnfllr and Al Ka- llni! Diicii hit himiri'M. It mark-nl lloiift'd firm compile gam<! of thr yi'in- and hid firjtl victory. .Johnny Kui'kn wan Ihr lonrr. Thn InillaiiH Mrornd llmlr victory at Ihr rxprmn! of Cainllo l'a.;icnal wlirn Rocky Ciilavlfii ilnllvrrril a Iwn-i'iia blimp nliigln In thu IIMIi. PiiKiiual dli'urli mil ll and ylHiln! ail nlglil Clrvrland lill.-i in Ihr right laiiliign Im wnrlird, Southpaw Hud Dairy, mailing hlti IIIK-. oad ,'il.arl uf thr HIMIIIOII for Ilm Ti'Uic, wim l./ir xvfnaiir although. Ray Narlr/ikl ballrd him out in tin- nlglilh. •Ilm I'lrriiall lii-olu- a 3-3 tin In Ihn lilnlli Inning ol Illn lli»i|nn.. Kannaii Clly gnmii with a double Hint ft(!on;i| I'rln Dairy and ,'lriil. lint A'n diiwn lo .-ilralgln lo.-i.-i, TOIII up di'vrn hlf.-i for going Ihn dldlmir . Ihnlr I'ourih llnnwir Kavo m itml Sox In I'm- h),-i f||i|| li'liiinph, Ki|i CnliMiian, Clly'n Ililril pitcher, wa.-i the loinn-. Vie Power and Javliln .JiMiiinn )n| huinei'.'l. Say 100 Perished in Fire On Yangtze Boat TOKYO (in-).,so ion ciii- iirno porltflifid wlieu a Viun/('/.ii Illver Ijfuil weal n;i In fliuiirii laal. iiionfh, tlu< CuiainiiiilHl. l'i<lp. Ii)!-; Undid i-rpnrleil 'today, Thn hraailra.il lieai-d liurn calliMl Iliit illiia.ilur "Chlnn'ii bluutihl. civ- er navigation illnn.'!tiii' nlncu Mb. rrallon," Thn ntillu nuld I hit dU- ti;il.W iieeuri'iul A|irll Ml, lull, wnn not publicized until li'rlrlny by l,lir liypoh Dally. „( piiin|.H per j.'.ame, dn.spll.c. two and three-man defensive set- iipa most of the limn, lie biiaslcd a Lolal nf I.W.II pnlnlH for threu sea- Hogan Leads Snead Open WHITM SIII.I'lllMt Sl'SUWiS, W.Vn, (DP) - Ben HIIKIUI played an old familiar rule laday. Thr ti.'i'rlflc lltlie Tiixan took tivrr (he li-ailei'hhl|i at Hie halfway mark of Hie T>. * hale Sam Saeiiil Ke.-ilJval, And he emei'Ked as biilh Hie brtline, and Non-tl- mcnlal lavorlln a.s lhi> field KWIIIIJ-: Inlu Ihe llilrd round of play. At 'Hi, Illinium Urn was play- INI-: Ihl.-i liiiirnamrnt with the inimi' determination and wlll-lu-wln IJint carried him o cifihl majiir l.:l.h>. L i al'ti'i 1 he eamn liarli frnm lii.-i mini' fatal auto aivldi'iit a deeadit ;i|.;n, Ben iihnl. a (!!> In the n|}iinin|.! I'linnd Thuniilay. Then Kriday, "play.hiK a liellnr game," he fni'Kcil ahead nf I'lrsl. - day leader 1'atil llarney 'M Wuri'eiiler. Maivi., wllh a (III fur a IM-hnln lolal of lill. Tn malm It jn»l. like old Ilium, I lot/an wan KcltliiK lil.-i blKM"-''t cliallriiKi.' I'l'iiiu hl.'l iiiii'-Hiiii! |irr- ennlal I'oe-Slnmmln' Sam Snead, Ihe l.ournaineiil. lioiil, Sam, In the name Ihranrionin wlIJi HOKIIII Kri- day, inali-liiMl lleii'ii ml for a two- round lul.al nf Kill, Thla pnl The Slammor In a ,'inrond wll.h llarney, wlm .-.II In a (II) frnm lli.H iieiuial Inti found (111. HAN YOllNIi mttVI'iltM MKXIW) CITY (III 1 )-The l.ra! 1 - I'lc depai'lmeiil ha.i banned drlv- iiiK by nil pri'.'iriiiii ainler III yrar.f id aijii, Thn departmoiii. |,'rlday revillird Ihn llriiiiHen nf drlvrrr. under l.hal i; r ;» llmll, (vx|ilalnlnp. that iiin.-it nf (.'in Iniil'flr fici:l(lnii(ii III M,exlco ant ci'inied by Ilirm. •rillH HUTTUilM THAT DRY MILLS, Me,«-llow many i>UM In a iiliai'i? We-ll. Supl, Clni-- MICH Quint nl the nlalii Ibih haleli IM'.V liai'e linn luien dollli! inline re- lieareh on llui -nibjecl and iinyn thill II' liroulc Irnul oMKii ar« In- ViilvDd,. I i Hire aro II.IHIO to 1:1,0011 In a i|iiarl. nnapollH (.'i-lnpus Al.liickH and l,a- fayei.li! Jr.ff's Hob Prrlito. No. 7 aiinnmic-iiil ailing wllh Wills was i IliiKoi- Kaiser, of Dale. Confusion Reigns After Giardello's Win Over Calhoun CLKVKLANI) (UP) _ Middlr- biii-h) (iliii-di-Wo and Hary (,'allioun rt-uri! as coiiil'u.srd tiidny about I'u- ure plaiiK, buca:i,iii of brow 'il.llehoii, a.s the VIIMIIHIIISI-H were l''rlday nl|.;hl. about Ihe winner of thrlr hnilMlnx TV 10 -.rounder at Jin Cleveland Arena. (ihirdcllo, Ihe ai-yeiuvild ex- ''hlladelphlan who now llve.i In New York, wound up wllh a spill h'd.'ilun. Ho welched 111(1 |iiiund.i •d the l!l!-yi>ni'-i)ld CalJuiun'ii Hill, Aniiiiuncer 'IVim Dwyer wan the aiiorenl. hwllKidor nl' ennliiKlun when lin iiiiule lite ml.'dnlie (*!' an- iiiiiini'iaK Ilm only favorable volu for (.'alhniin of While I'laln.H, N.Y.. •'li'tt!., lie ann-iKineed thai liet'rree ,"ii Parlier had faviired him nn minis, -Hl--l-fi, Thai evulied tiiirli I'eiiirndoii.'i mmlut; lluil. no mm lenrd Dwyrr'.'i next aniiiitnice- r.nnl. Ilia!. JuiiKO Iliu-h Wllllimiti avored (llanlellii, 47-'lli, Some did lear thai, j.idpn Clinrlln Bill had llardelln ahead, -til-IB, The uproar piil'iiliilril until )')wy- il- wiUibrd Jony'ii I'lKht lilove mil held ll. iiluf:. In l<iiu-n of /ic- Int-y, Crowds Jam Speedway To Watch Trials Uncertain Weather Conditions May Delay Qualification Schedule INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — More than 100,000 fans jammed the Speedway grounds today to watch the "battle for the pole" for the 4ist annual 500-mile Memorial Day auto race. Barring weather Maple Qualifies for State in 100-yard Dash Peru's Terry Trexler, Delphi's Jerry Wagner and Monon's George Harvey Only Other Area Athletes to Earn Trip to Finals officials believed as many as 20 drivers may take the starter's flag for tiheir 10-mile trial runs around the two-and-one-hulf mile oval. There was a good chance, .hough, that rain may at least de- ay start of the qualifications, set 'or ll a.m., CDT. Sunday and the lext two weekend days were set aside to fill the 33-car starting 'ield for what Is expected to be .he richest auto race in history. Speedway officials Indicated the olnl pay-off would exceed $300,- 1WO. It wus t-he supercharged Novi Mike Maple, Lopansport's freshman sprint star, jualified to run in next week's IH.'SAA state track meet by finishing fourth in the 100-yard dash at Fort Wayne Friday afternoon. Peru's Terry T.'exler a:id Delphi's Jerry Wagr-er also earned trips to Indianapolis. Trexler tied complications, If'fsl with Bee'ty ol Kokoino in the driven against by the squiit Paul field for the Russo inside In llio fronl row. AllhoiiKh he Speedway's "hard luck" machine, Ilia Novi and its twin lo be jiloted by Tony Bellenluuisen arc .he most powerful racers entered. The best a Novi ever has done n the race was third in ilMll when )i;ke Nnlon put il, on the pole. Iiisso was leadiiu: the pack last year when he criwlied In the soulh- we.sl. turn, and in oilier years me- cJinnlcnl failures put the einht- iyllnder power plants out early. There was only n slim chaaeo lietlenhausen will try lo. nuallfy his weekend. A warm nnd sunny day would enhnnce chances fur new qunlifi- :alion records. Pal Flaherty, the seventh pole winner lo caplure the loliday Mi'ind, la.st year boosted he marks lo 1-1(1.0511 and I-1B.MM1 niles an hour for one and four aps, respi'dlvely. No practice laps topped 145 mph, iiil officials wore convinced many f. the veleran drivers nxsGmhlcd ire capable of flashhiK around the tval nl such spwds. pole vault and Wanner placed third in the high hurdles. Another Pharos-Tribune area athlete, George Harvey, ol Monon, clicked off a 4:31.9 mile to win his specialty in lh« Mishawaka eliminations and qualify for the slalc. Hill Halm of Mo.-iticelln tied for third in the high jump, but lost In the coin tuss In determine which two of four boys continued on to Indianapolis. Maple avenged his loss to Kn- komo's Bill Stifle in last week's sectional by defeating' llu 1 Wildcat sprinter on Fort Wayne's rain- siuiked track. Hon Schwcring. a.-iolher l.ngans- fifln in his lo qualily. Larry Baker of Washington Town- fulled lo place in the shot port freshman, placed trial heal and failed INDIANAPOLIS (DP)—All four defending rrxional learn champions, headed by pnwerltd Kor! Wayne North, blaxcd !.o victory l-'riday in l.he midille sta^e of the Indiana hl^h school track and field championships. Ami all five re'.urninK Hinii in- dix'idual sta'.e .-hainps \\'el•^' pres- onl and aerounled for in Ihe roll call for Ihe finals nexl Saturday al Tivh Stadium here. De-femlini: stale champion Nm-lh and Indianapolis Tech chalked up easy regional vielurles at l-'ort \Vayne and liuliana'inilis, respec- Yesterday's Results May Is Safety Check Month Don't Let Your Car Get Under Par! FREE SAFETY CHECK ' wllh Any and All R«palr» HENDRICKSON MOTOR SALES "THE HOUSB THAT SERVICE BUILT" 419 S. 3rd St. Phono 5151 VVIIA'I"/ I.KWISTON, Mn, -- Wlltroil V. I'lirrnaiilt mult n :|!-ia,HV- ItllJ In [iuwl.-ilnn'n Board nl I'libllc VVni'lm il'ler a It'ni] liraiirh dropped on il-. now luil.immhlli! wllh Ihlii nnlo nl.taclirih "What, If II, hail lilt inn in l.hn head'/" Niilliiiuil ppd,, rain. I'hlladlpldn St. LnnlH Hiilierls il-l Junes, Wlllielm nl Mllwalilu-e, nl(.;hl, B (ion 10:1 001 Ittl 00(1 000- 8 ami liopnlo. II I 7 (I S. and Liuulrllh. Losor—Joara (2-2). flit —• Buyer (,'illi), Mwin (illh), Aiidur.-ioii I'.'lnl), Hlaylock dm). (III Nuw York Mil) (Nil) 010— I ."i :'. (.'Inrlnnal! OIM) 101 -Iflx— 1 1 HI 1 Baivlay, Marnonerl (7), Mr- Connlck (in and Kail. (!ni.i« Cl-(l) and Dalliiy. liii.-ier--llai'cla.v KKl). lilt -- Rhodes is-rd), Hell Clrd), Illli>l)ln.-;iili 'i <nlh A Dili). Auirt-lenn League (!hli:aK<i (X>|I (WO IV.O-- ;» (1 I llall.lllKll'e (HID (»l 100— :>, 7 2 Donovan, Uni'aliiin (II) and l.ul- lar. Cecrarrlll (0-1) and Trliiiulii.-i. Winner •— Dnnovan 12-1). Mil — Kram-oaa (.Ird), Detrnll. 0:10 mo ooo— -i lo o New Ylll-lc 000 000 ll«)— I II 2 lloel't (1-0) and lluu.-ie. Kurlis, lillinai- CD, Terry (II) nnd llrrra, liom>i---Kiic-lin (l-ll), lilt — Maxwell Clrd), Tulllii (3rd), Kallne (2nd). (,'leveliHiil 000 120 0()l)--,'l II 0 VVa.-ililnMlun (HID IKK) 1(10--. I n I Daley, Nni-lnnlil ill) ami Nl.xmi. I'limMial, llyerly (II) nnd l''ll'/.(.:nr- alil. Wlliiuii- -— Daley (1-0). l.o.inr -- rauciial (i-l), Knnmiii Clly 000 210 01)0- .'I 7 I Hniilnn Ooo ixv.t 01 1— .1 ti I Dili-nil, fliirnel.le (V). Cnlenian Hi) and jiiiillh. Brnwer (fl-2) and I Whili), Daley (II), Ixmer -- Cole-! man «MI). lill - I'ower Cliil).! •iMIInen (-llh), lively, lint (,'ary Honsrvelt (al Mistha\\'aka) ai:d Terre llauU- Wi- a-y (at BlnumiiiKloii) had narrow escapes. JnllliMin SelK I! - ( | Mis'nawnka liltrh juinpini; are l.eriiy .kthasnn, wlm smashed Ihe all-Wme seeliunal mark last weekend, snared In an all-lime rej.:inn- al record of (I feel, 5 ;i .i inches lo bit-ak thr old standard nl' ii !i : 'n si-! by Charley Lynns of l-'orl Wayne Nurlh in l!i!il>. Jnhnson also was a ::>(),;i winner in Ihe -l-ld[yard dash. | Oliher than .Inhnsnu's hi|-h jump 1 performance which alsn .sel a iiK'el reenril al Mishawaka -inily five other meet reeerds fell and nne was lied. But une nl the new marks was a .-.eason bent. North's Tom Sellerl liniled llu- shnt :;;i IVel, .» Inches lo belter his pre- Violin liiKh of S-l-'a by more than a [mil. Hall Hitler Krank Ceisl of North also eslabllshed a new sea.-iiia liippur, allhiMi^h il WIIMI'I a mrel re xl. Cel.sl Inriird l.he HMO In barely made the grade in tying for third with Don Townsend i>f Lynn at 11-9. Bennie'Harris, de- ft-ndiiig l-foos'cr broad jump champ from iSast Chicago Washington, also had to settle for third behind a winning leap of 21-6 by Aaron Walker of Roosevelt. North's 55-point accumulation far outdistanced runner-up Kort \\aync South with 21 V 2 points and six individual qualifiers, Eikh.irt 111 it'ive and mile relay) and Ko- koino 17 i four and half-mile relay). Indianapolis Tech totaled 33- H j points to win over Richmond and .Mnncie I'en'.ral with 21 points each. Richmond's qualifying numbers amounted to three and its mile relay team am! Muneie's fun- and its Iwlf-mile rolayvrs. Roosevelt barely .-squeoy.ed !»y South Ik-nd Central, 30-2a. Ceti- Iral advanced five individuals and ils half-mde relay quarto!. Hammond was third with 2l-' 4 and six individuals and Mishawaka fourth v.-ith 2l'A and seven. Wiley also was pressed bcfor* winning over Terre Haute licrsl- meyer's six anil mile relay quali- Ler. 33-31. Three of Ihe meet re-corxls fell nl Hlnoiiiington where Art llelUnv ol (ierstmryer t-lippixl oft Ihe -t-ltl in ::"vt).2. llerstmeyer's mile relay i 1 row was clocked in :i:M a n it Wiley's half-mile relayers whirred linme in 1:31.-I. The moo! hitrh jump reenrd of (>-2 l -v was lied hy t'liark-y Hall of Gerstmeyoi and .Inhn lhil:'man of Jasper. .North':; ilashy mile-tvlay iiuartet accounted for another meet mark al Kort Wayne in streaking to < '1:21;.1 eloeking. Besides Johnson and SatterfieM, iinly ollu-r double winners wore Lloyil KoMis ol Wiley in the UK) anil 220 and Dan Howe of Kurt Wayne Smith in Ihe hurdles. Mill - yard dash — : 10, Lleyd Kiibbs, Terre llaule Wiley. 220-yard <las-h-:2l.si, Kebbs. •MOyard dash —:, r .d.i:. An DeBow. Terre llaule Uerstmoyor. Hill) - yard run •- l.r.u 2, i-'rank Heist. Koi-l Wayne Nurlh. Mile run --1:31.1', (Uxirge Harvey, Miinnn. 1110 yard Inw liunlles :20. Brur* Iliiben/er, l,awron-e Cenlral. 120 - yard hi^h liunlles -: 1.1.-.;, Hein Leetmae, Indianaiinhs Tech, and .terry Disehinger. Terra Haul" (lai'liehl. Ilirfh .inuip-rt-Vi. U-roy Johnsen, Ml.shawaka, Ill-nail jump -22--V Stanley Russell. Terre Haule (ierstmyer. I'olo vault -12-1-... Herald Has-:. Mnrri.slnw:i. and Kuss Simih, Indianapolis Untail Ripple. Sholpu: ^. :i. Tern Sellerl, l-\irl \Vayne Nnrlh. Half-mile relay—1:31.4, Terr* Hanle Wiley. Mile relay-;>:2ii.l, ]'\>rl Wayn* Norlli, FW Catholic Hires P m ,,..,,,11-!New Foorball Coach events and | I-'OUT WAYNK i-l'l'i ... Wall Harlklowle/. lodny was named l.i Nni-l-h wnil i-he ini-m-si K"' tiers -10 In liiillviiltial lwi!h relay learns. Indlnnapnlls Tech qualified seven and Uilh re- [.succeed KorOy ,\iid<-rson as lir crew.-,. Wiley live and half - mile relay i'otn-Mnme mid RonseveU I'niir and lialli relay KiniKM, Klrrl-fnMlOd Bill Satlrrfield nf Illnhmiind, IHI>ll slatr .l.'r-l; slammer, was among I bo Idle re- tiirneeii In i-ra.-di inln (lie tlnals an lie won (he Kill :n : lo.i and Ilm :'.'.:n In ::'.:'il al Indianapolis. Pole vanlliT Ron Nel-.on nl Ham- iniii'.il I'lnlsheil In n two way ileiul- Inek lor llr.-il al ll-n'.v :a Hie MlMllnwalla meet- -bill Mllie .Inllll- .1011 of Andri'Min, u-hn vaiillrd 13 I'erl ihn-liiK Ilir rei;ular sea.Min, loollinll co.u-h al l-'url Wayne li-nl I'lil'lmlle llljih SehiMi'l. llartlili>wli-/. Is a Inrmer Indiana rniverstly loulball slur. The ('III- ciiKii nalh'o was captain ol |ii« ll-nn-dei- Irani In |ti.|n Barlklewlr/. ciirt-i-ntly l.i head baseball ooarh and assNaal |on|. (mil anil (m.-ilu'lliall reach al Wa- lia.-.-h Ciilli-Ke. He was head Inni- ball and Inu'k IM;U-|I at Indian,) I'enli-nl liei'oio mnviiiK lo Wabash. 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