Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 14, 1954 · Page 22
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TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1954 Wood River Tops Belleville, Madison In Triangular Johnny Friend Carries Off 3 1st Place Wins BELLEVILLE — Wood River's high riding Oilers breezed over Madison and Belleville in the senior division Of their triangular track meet Ht Belleville Stadium here Tuesday afternoon. The Oilers scored 59 points, Madison 34 and Belleville 32. Johnny Friend, quite as usual,, Seharf's athlete* next meet was Ihe big winner for Coach [ F.dwardsville anr) Alton «t home trod Seharf's Oilers, taking the < Thursday afternoon at <t <lah , Plttibtirfh Chtc«»n Cincinnati New Vork Cardi Philadelphia Milwaukee Brooklyn Chicago high jump as well as thn high and low hurdles. Jerome Dupy, however, was a record breaker for Wood River, a* he net a new utandard for the Belleville field with a 154 feet, five Inch discus heave. Dupy also took the shot put. Bucky Russell wa« a. double winner, also, winning the 100 and 220 yard dashes. Belleville gained a minor bit of prestige by taking the .Junior division, rolling un 46 points to Wood River's 31 and Madison's 30. Joel Schwalbe, victorious In the 440 yard dash, was Wood River's only other senior division winner. Curtis placed second in the mile run, however, and Jeff Branson had a pair of ties for second spot in the broad jump and high jump. Wood River finished second in both the 880 and mile relays. The Oilers didn't tare nearly'as well In the junior division, with John Bosco in the 50 yard dash and Jim Lemmons in the pole vault the only winners. Tom Kelly \yas second in the low hurdles, and other runner-up .spots for'Wood River were taken by Bosco in the 100, Lemmons in the high jump, Jim Yatcs In the broad jump and the relay team in the 880 event. Norbert Snyder had a third in the low hurdles, Gus Hayes the same in'the shot put and John Cover in. the discus, Don Stanley in the pole vault, and Ed Pen-in in the high jump also finished third. triangular I *> a d I n « up in the Wood River Relays next Tuesday. RfcMOR DIVISION HKJM HURDLES— Friend (Wi. Fr.r- m»n (M), Bronton , , . RUN-Whltelty (B). CurlH , R»t»y (Bi, .1:01. OHO YARD RUN— Holm** (Ml, Whltf- ly 'B>. Thurnlon (Bi. aitrt.S. , *t? Y £. RD DASH— Sehwulb* (Wi, Jardin (Mi, Down* <B>, -.SB.a. 820 YARD DASH— Ruiipll (Wl Sliiy- ton (Bi, Toiler (Ml, :349 100 YARD DASH— Runnell iWi. Ech- Ol« (Mi, Slsydon ifl). :107 LOW HUHDLES->rl«nd <Wi. frtr- miin (Ml, Sluydnn IBl, :2I » NATIONAL T.Mot R It 1 I. Prl. Win l.n.f i n i.noo i ooo son i o i ooo i ono .vro . t n i ooii .MO . ) o I ooo t.oan son fl l .000 .500 oon i 0 1 000 SOO 000 1 o I ono ..100 ooo I 0 I OIK) VIO 000 I nwi.r* r*riHn*l«. 4 Plll»biir«h. 4; Philndrlplil*. 2. Cincinnati, fl; Mlhvaukrr. H New York, 4; Brnnklvn :! TonAVs M i.r, Phllarirlpnla at Pltuburgh flrnnklyn at New York, night. Only game* nchrdulrd THt!>Ar* uriir.fM i.r. T'ltlibiirith at Bronkhn Nrw York at Philadelphia Bl. Loul* at Milwaukee Cincinnati at Chlrngn AMERICAN I.KAftl K DISCUS — Dupy (Wl. Bauer rBi. Z«cny (W), 1B4'«" (new record 1m Belleville field). POLE VAUUT—Liuirence i Mi. Amp•twit IB), Y»rnell IWI and Perr n (Wt (ltd for third. 10'4". HIGH JUMP-Frlend .Wl. Bron,nn (Wi «nd Orlgft (Ml (fed tor nernnd. B'lO". BROAD JUMP— Orlf«. (M), Bron•on (Wi and Polleh (Hi (led for second, 18*11". 800 YARD RELAY - Belleville (Down*. Sluydon, Thurtlon, While- ley i. Wood River. M«ril«on, 1:3B,5. MILK RELAY— Midlion (Freemnrt, FMtcr, Holmoi, Jordan). Wood River, Belleville, 3:45.4. JUNIOR niVIMON LOW MURDLES-rorun (Bl, Kelly (Wi, Snyder (W). :10.2, 100 YARD DASH-Wminer (BI. Bo.- co (W), Woolfolk (Mi. :11.6. SO YARD DASH— no»co iWl, \V««- nw (Bl. Knmmer (Bi, :0fl.2 440 YARD DASH-Onln IBl. Blnl. (Bl, Bonke (Mi, :BB.S, 220 YARD DASH~Wol7. (Bl. Wn«- ner (Bl, Woolfolk (Mi, iSfl fl«0 YARD RUN— Wll»on (Mi, Herchek (Ml, Jncolx ill), 2.14, SHOT PUT— Sehomnker .Bl. Hun•ell (Bi, Hayei iWi, 4H'2 1< ". DISCUS— Schomnker iDl, HftUMin (Ml. Cover (Wl. lOR'T'. POLE VAULT— Lcmmniu .Wi and Hamilton (Ml (led for first. Stanley HIGH JUMP— arl«»» (Mi.<f*mmoi» (Wi, Perrln iWi, a'BV. BROAD JUMP-G.-I«(M (Ml. Y*l«« (Wl, Wagner (Bl, 17'ID". 8nO YARD RELAY— Belleville (Blnli, Gain. Jacob*, Wagnen, Wood Hlvor, Mxdlnon, 3:81.8. Wood River Relays Tuesday Replace Southwestern Event WOOD RIVER - The first annual Wood River Relays will be held at the Memorial Stadium here Tuesday, ApriJ 20 starting at 7:30 p. m. Thus far 12 schools have en- .tered— Alton, Belleville, Civic Memorial (Bethalto), Dupo, East St. Louis, Edwardsville, Granite City, Maplewood-R 1 c h m o n d Heights, Mo., Madison, Roxana, Western Military Academy and Wood River. These relays were set-up to replace the void left by the discontinuance of the Southwestern Illinois Conference Relays which had been held for 23 consecutive years prior to the break-up of the conference. The old relays always provided excellent competition with East St. Louis usually edging out Belleville and Wood River for team honors. With the addition 1 of other schools this your, Ihe event should be even betler than before. Maplcwood - Richmond Heights and Granite City arc tavored to challenge East St. Louis for loum honors this year. The large assortment ol running races always provides some of Ihe best viewing for trai'k enthusiasts. Trophies will be awarded to schools finishing first, second and third In team totals. Individual awards will be given to winning relay team members nml to the first four places In the special high hurdles race and field events. It is hoped that these relays will continue and become an established fixture In the spring track picture in this area. . C.'lnh W t. frl. Win l.nnf OB Dftrnll 1 0 1.000 1000 .SOO ____ Philadelphia I 0 I .(ion 1.000 SIIQ .... Wa«hln»(on I 0 1.000 I.OOO son .... Cleveland 1 0 1.000 1.000 .500 . . Baltimore o I .000 .SOO mw 1 Boston n i .000 .soo 000 1 Chicago 0 1 .000 ..100 .000 1 New York 0 1 .000 ..inn .MOO 1 VF.HTEIttlAVS HKM LTR Detroit, .1; Baltimore. 0. Cleveland, ft; Chicago. 2. PhllatlrlplilH, «; n<nlon, 4 Washington, B; New York, 3 (10 IrinlnKoi TODAY'S S( lir.lll 1,1; Cleveland »t Chtcniio. naltlmore at Detroit. New York at WanhlnRlon. Only *«nim nrheriiilnrt TIIUItHDAV'S snilEIH l,E Detroit at Cleveland. Chicago at Baltimore Philadelphia at New York Waihlniton at Bnnlon. Prin Fumbles Bring on 11-10 Loss to Harris KLSAH. — Prinr.ipln College's fntlintiR fumbled too often through the furly innings to be nble to efilrh Harris Touchers, despite a soven-run fully by Prin in Ihe lust of the ninlh. Hnrris curried off nn 11-10 win fifler the wild nffnir finally rump lo a hull. The Missouri visitors hud worked up nn 8-3 lend after eight Innings, Ilicn added Ihrec more In the top of the ninth. The Indians onmc thundering bnck with seven tiillics in their innl nl-biits but fell H run short of tying for their eight, errors let in too many Hnrris bnscrunners. Prin outhlt Hnrris, VI lo 11. McBurnoy untl Moss hud three hits apiece while Taylor and Munnockc got two each. Harris' Wrndlp WHS the game leader, however, with four safeties. BOWL INN Sinclair Boilermakers won 2 from Lnb. Fitters won 2 from Stillman, Foreman won 3 from Operators No. 2. Engineer Dept. won 2 from Electricians. Misfits won 2 from Operators No. 1. Helpers won 2 from Laborers. Office won 3 from Pumphouse. 200 bowlers— Hand 202, H. Nichols 204, Westhoff 204, Flow- prs 225, Van Petten 214, Hirsch 200, Thatcher 205. Tuesday NHe Owls Comet won 3 from E. A. Bank. Stag won 3 from Falstaff. Schwartz won 3 from Hurst. Pabst won 2 from Wood River Eagles Auxiliary. Waller's Market won 3 from Streepers. 200 bowlers— Wohnlich 203. VPPKR ALTON LAA'ES Tuesday Handicap Lee's won 2 from Petroleum Retailers. Dad's Root Beer won 2 from Kool Kats. .Johnston's Hardware won 2 from UAB Lanes. 200 games— Walker 212-207, Greenberg 203, Chester 211, Martin 207. Tuesday Merchant* McCoy Transfer won 3 from Leady's Market. Milton Road Cleaners won 2 from Onized Club. Tower Service won 2 from Piasa Rabbit Club. 200 games— H. Wooff 223, D. Landlis 205. A. McDonald 204, R. Metz 203. Indies Pletowu League Hit and Miss won 3 from Cagers. Merry Five won 2 from UAB Lanes. Ind high game— L. Bennett 177. ACMK 4I4JSY*. Cold 2 from Quarter Century. Tool Makers won 2 from Xperls. Warehouse won 2 from Laboratory. Brass Mill won 2 from Die Makers, pair won 2 Mill Products He- from Line dang. Transportation won 2'/i from Kn- gineers. 200 bowlers—Haas 211:5. \Vonl4-rnor Hint- Mill Products \von 3 from Rangers. Metals Division won 3 from Electricians. Metallic Mfg. won 2 from NrHss Sales. Cap Dept. won 2 from Precision. Inspection won 'j from Mark 3. Plnnt Dcpl. won 2 from Hornets. Super X won '.' from Mechanical. White Flyers \\oit 2 from Machine Sliop. 200 bowlers — Waggoner 2:53, Peters 202, Blackburn 200, Hu- KIG OUT— Bob Hickle, Iloxana first baseman, stirs up a big cloud of dust sliding into second base on an attempted steal against Madison Tuesday afternoon. But the, Trojans' shortstop, 1'hil Daley, has Hickle nailed for the putout while John Krekovlrh backs up the play.—Orville Brown photo. Highly Rated Teams Suffer in Openers Andy Pafko Oluiy After Being Bcanc<l CINCINNATI )|.C. . . Boebner said Andy Pnfko, Milwau kee rifihtfielner who was bcunccl l).v a pitched ball In Tuesday's liaspbiill opener hrrc, probably would he released from the hospital today. H.V .rot; m<:t< iii,i;it Al' SporlH Writer It's a IOIIR, long way to the end Hoy Carnpanella, the majors' runs- of the ttmjor league baseball sea- hatted-ln champion Jast year, son but for opening day at least, cracked two homers for the Dodg- the chumps .looked like chumps. ws. Mickey Vernon, AL balling The proud champion New York chnmnjon, homered for Washing- Ynnkees bit I he dust in Washington ton to beat the Yankees in a 105-3. The" National League chain- inning tussle. Sal'MagHe, who has _!_.. r.__.i.,.._ .-...,.. . , , made a living out of whipping the Dodgers, heat 'em figiiin. Ami the pion Brooklyn Dodgers tasted de- leul at the hands of the Giants 4-3. The highly rated Milwaukee Braves also were dumped in Cin- dniuiti 9-8. The well-regarded Boston Red Sox wore knocked off by HIP lowly Philadelphia Athletics fi-l. Tlio hl^h-flyinc; St. Louis Cardinals were soundly thrashed by Ihe Chicago Cubs 13--1. The hustling Chicago White Sox were stalled by Cleveland 8-2. And the Il|;hling Philadelphia Phillies were up.sot by the upstart Pittsburgh Pirates 4-2. Otherwise everything went according to script . . .well, nearly everything. Eddie Mathews. whose 47 homo runs made him king of Cubs Pound Harvey Haddix As Cards Drop Opener, 13-4 bertus 200, L. ber 200. Smith 202, Jlu- Cta«mical Workers No. J won Tuettday Merchants Finleys won 3 from Swain's Service. Jersey vllle won 3 from Pearl Market. Teh-graph won 3 from Faulsllch Cigar, (iriese- dieck won 3 from Bob's Hand Box. Jackson Sales \u>n ,'i horn Dr. Pepper. Brown Motor Line won 'J from Smiih'> Service. Hoelert Bro> \\oii '.' from Kul- slaff. Flemings won 2 from Bon's Annex. Sam's won 2 from Black Hawks. 200 bowlers -Zeller 200, Manns 211, Czerny 202, Jennings 251. Major League Stars Bj The A*MK>iafe<l Pre*» Balling— Jim Greengrass. Red- ST. LOUIS /I'—The young lofty stood roln.M.'d at the plain. The count was two balls, no strikes. Then a fast ball cnnu- in. He !>\vmi8 easily, mel it stiunrcly and the ball bounced atop the rinlit field pavilion roof for a hnmi> run. That's how Wallace Wade Moon, who had. novi-r seen a major league game before, inndo his debut us a St. Louis Cardinal in Bused Stadium Tuesday against the Chicago Cubs. The hoiiHM-, ft good :i.")0-foot clout, cnmr in the first inning, adding Moon to the list of rookies who have slugged homo runs on their first trip lo tho plate in the majors. It didn't have much to do with the game's outcome, howevu, as Chicago won, 13-1. "It was quite a thrill." said Moon, who was in the lineup replacing Enos Slaughter, tho veteran fan favorite who WHS traded to the New York Yankees Sunda\ Some fans, resenting Ihe trade shouted. "Wlipiv'.s .Slaughlei when the Curds look the field. But they gave Moon a good hand when he stepped up In bat. Seconds later the cheers became a roar as Ihe ball cleared Ihe right field screen. Ironically, Moon signed with the Cardinals "because they were my 1IAKVKY HADDIX happy with his debut, and glad to —.. ..... .hear the cheers of the fans. favorite team and Slaughter my j "1 didn't think they'd blame me for the Slaughter trade," be said. his wife and year- live al College Station. . legs—lied a major league record, , slamming four double* u, load Cm- favorite player." Moon, old .son Tex . \\here he earned a Master's degree in education at Texas A i- .Al. played without an error, but had trouble lielding a ball oil the wall. "1 know 1 played it right. II took a bad bounce," he explained. At bat lie barely missed Ueating out a bunt to the mound hls#eeund lime up. Hied out and drove in a run on a sacrifice fly. There was no doubt he Player Talbnl ,M ,n i,» Sautr Bakri AB R H « t I M. l.oult (4) Player ABRH Repulskl 403 Moon 3 1 l Si-hoemt'st 400 tlio majors in M>.t whacked two Red Sox was dimmed by a recur- out of the park for the Braves old St. Louis Browns, who arc now the new Baltimore Orioles, lost again— absorbing a 3-0 shutout in Del roil . Crowds lotiiliiiR 236.4M turned out in generally cool, sunny weather to watch the 16 teams get under way. Home runs provided the boisterous keynote. The noisiest and most dramatic four-baggers were by the (limits' Willie Mays and the Senators' Vernon. Mays' '125-foot shol into the upper seats in loft center in the sixth inning snapped a 3-3 deadlock. Marv Grissom relieved Maglie with Ihe bases loaded and only one oul in the seventh. He retired tlie side and permitted only one bit the rest of the way, Carl Er- bkine was the loser. Vernon's game - winning homer came with one out and a runner on base in tho last of the 10th to break a 3-3 tic, Allie Reynolds, fifth Yankee pitcher, was the vic- Greengrass cracked four lim. Jim doubles, tying a major league reo ord, in Cincinnati's first opening day victory since 1949. The Red- legs clouted 13 hits against four Braves' hurlers. Mathews' two home runs were solo shots. Philadelphia's triumph over the I'cncc of the- arm injury to Bobby Shantz that had sidelined the little Athletics' southpaw most of the 1953 season. Shantz was ahead 5-2 when he suddenly stopped the game in the top of the sixth and complained of an aching arm. He was sent to a hospital for examination. Gus Znrnial's two-run horn- r }(nd ex-Yankee Bill Retina's first-inning double with Ihe bases loaded paced Shantz to victory. Held runless by Robin Roberts through seven innings, the Pirates pounced on the Philly ace and Jim Konstanly, his reliever, for four runs in the eighth to pull the game out of the fire. After rookie Bob Skinner s pinch-hit single had tied the score. Hal Rice doubled to drive in the winning run. Successive fourth-inning home runs by Wally Westlake and George Strickland opened the gales for the Indians, who staged a 15-hit assault on Billy Pierce and three relievers to gain their one- sided victory in Chicago, Stan Hack's managerial debut was a marked success as his Cubs shelled starter Harvey Haddix and four other St. Louis hurlers for 16 hils while southpnw Paul Minner was handcuffing the rookie-sprinkled Cardinals to six safeties'. The days's largest crowd—46,994 —watched Baltimore make an ignominious return lo the American League after 52 years. Delroit's Steve Gromek shut them out with seven hits and fanned nine. Home runs accounted for all Detroit's runs off Don Larson. They were hit by rookie Frank Boiling, Waller Dropo and Ray Boone, who also added a couple of singles. Sports Shed tODAV* Baseball—SI. Francis dp Sales vs. Marquette at Riverside diamond, 3:45; Alton High at West- em Military Academy, 4; Roxana at Cahokia, 4. Edwardsville at Civic Memorial (Bethalto», 4. Track — West Junior and East Junior nt Roxana freshman, 4; Western Military Academy and Madison at Granite City, 4. Golf —BplleviUe vs. Western Military Academy at Cloverleaf course. THUItftllAV Baseball Alton High at Granite Clly, 4; East St. Louis at Wood River, 4. Track - Alton High and Ed- wardsvillc at Wood River (junior and senior), 4; Cahokia at Roxana, 4. Tennis - East St. Louis at Wood River, 4; Belleville at Roxana, 4, Jake LaMotta Comeback Starts Tonight By BK.V FUNK MIAMI BEACH, Fla. R> — More than a year after a brutal beating by Danny Nardico sent him into retirement, former middleweight champion Jake LaMotta will bo .soon on television tonight in a comeback effort against Billy Kilgore of Miami. The "Bronx Bull" luis been made a 3-1 favorite over the un- rated Kilgore in a 10-rounder beginning at 9 p.m. (CST). On New Year's Eve, 1952, Nar- dico knocked Jake down for the first time in his career, then beat the helpless ex-champ so badly he was unable to come out lor the eighth round. LaMotta, who lifted the middleweight crown from Marcel Cordan in 1943 and lost it to Sugar Ray Robinson In 1931, says he's»making a comeback "just because 1 love to fight—I've got plenty of dough." The 27-year-old Kilgore has won 25 of 43 fights, 13 by knockouts. He has been stopped four times. He /ought four draws. In his last appearance, ho lost a decision to Walter Cartier. Armed Service Cage Tourney OpensToniglit GREAT LAKES, 111. & — The cream of the armed services has- ketball teams open fire tonight in a special "world-wide" interserv- ice tourney. The teams, champions of their own branches, are: Great Lakes (Navy), Camp Chaffee (Army), Andrews AFB (Air Force) and Quantico (Marines). Camp Chaffee is the darkhorse. The Arkansas squad was organized little more than a month ago for infra - camp competition but. keyed by former Indiana reserve Phil Buck, jelled rapidly and sailed through Army tournaments. It has won all 13 of its games. Camp Chaffee meets Great Lakes in tonight's opening game. The' Bluejackets have won 43 of 47 games this season. In the other first-round match Quantico (49-4) takes on Andrews Madison Trojans Dump Shells, 5-2, In MWC Action By LEK BAKER Telegraph Sports Editor. ROXANA—Madison's Trojans added a pair of Insurance runs after Roxana had threatened in the fifth to carry off a 5-2 Midwestern Conference victory over the host Shells here Tuesday afternoon. Coarh Francis (Fat) Dant's home Grady with a drive to Trojan crew took a 2-0 lead in the second frame as Roxana Pitcher Terry Wrest walked Jerry Dusek to get the drive underway. Al James followed with a single to center before John Kraus followed with a base-clearing triple to left-center. Further damage was averted when Danny Graville popped to Second Baseman Dewey Howell, who tossed Ihe ball over to First Baseman Hob Hieklo. Kraus broke for homo, onlv lo be thrown out. Hickle to Catcher Grady Watkins. for a delayed sort of double piny. The same combination of Madison batsmen came through in | the fourth for the Trojans' third j run. Dusek singled. James walk- j ed and Kraus singled home Du- I sok for his third run balled in. i Roxana rame bark in the last of the fifth to close the gap. Gratiy U'afkins singled to loft- center, moved to second on Mel Arnold's sacrifice and to third on Wrest's single. Wrest was out trying to steal second but Fred McClelland who had three of the right. Fred thereupon stole second Shells' 10 hits off James, singled and came home on Lou Shaver's one-bagger to center. Bill W a t k i n s also came through with a single but the rally ended when Madison's Frank Owe- sky gathered in Chuck Dickerson's long drive to left. The Trojans added two mor« for good measure in the top of Ihe sixth as James and Kraus walked before Phil Daley doubled home^bolh runners. Coach Bob Cargill's Shells now travel to Cahokia toaday. for another conference game. in <S1 ABHH 4 0 1 Player Owesky . . . Marshany 401 Krekovlch 400 321 1 2 1 a i 2 Dusek Jumps Krnus Graville .1 0 fl Daley L.uca» Total* . Inning: Madison Roxana 3 0 1 300 27 S 7 1 2 .1 Koran* <?) Player AB R H McClelland .1 1 S Shaver 301 B.Watklni a 0 3 Dickerion 3 0 o Hickle 303 Howell 100 Terry I 0 O G.Watkin« 3 1 1 Arnold 200 Wrest 201 Morgan 1 0 n Jannscn 000 Total* .. X> 2 10 4 S 6 7— R H E 0201020 R 72 00002002102 Alton City, Teenage League Managers to Meet Monday Teams interested in entering the Alton City or Teen-age Leagues should contact the Alton Recreation Dept. or Charlie Rayborn. A meeting for managers of both leagues will be held Monday, April 19, at the Recreation Dept. office. Rules will be discussed and eligibility cards distributed. All managers interested in entering a team should be present at this meeting starling at 7:30 p.m. The City League will be played on Monday nights, starting May 10, through two rounds. Entrance fee for this league is $25, which defrays the cost of balls, umpires, snd scorers. Already entered in the City League are defending champion Barleffs, runner-ups Alton Education Assn. and Jaycee's, plus Forkeyville and the Blackhawk Club. Last year the City League was made up of nine teams. It is hoped there will be 10 or 12 teams this year. The Teen-age League is for boys 18 years of age and younger, with a $20 entrance fee per team. This league will play on Thursday nights starting May 13. The only team entered so far is the Alton De"Molay. For further information call Charlie Rayborn. 2-6469. American Association Opens 53rd Season LOUISVILLE, Ky. IP — The American Association will open its 53rd consecutive season with games in the four eastern cities tonight and Thursday night. The four western teams will open in their home parks April 29. The opening games tonight: Kansas City at Louisville. Indianapolis at Toledo. Thursday night: Minneapolis at Columbus. St. Paul at Charleston. Defending champion Toledo is favored to repeat this year. Air Force Base f38-4). Winners meet Thursday night for the title while the losers play for third place. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Fight Results By The Associated Press Los Angeles—Bob Albright, 212, Los Angeles, outpointed Jake Williams, 186, Los Angeles, 10. Galveston, Tex. — Buddy Holderfield, 144, L.itrie Rock, Ark., stopped Chato Hernandez, 145, Mexico, 5. Phoenix — Charley Salas, 153, Phoenix, stopped Cliff Barnett, 155, Long Beach, Calif., 8. Tampa — Sauveur Chiocca, 147, 'France, outpointed Tommy Bazzano, 149, Hartford, Cdhn., 10. London — Dante Bani, 317, France, outpointed Jake Tuli, 144, South Africa, 10. Salt Lake City — Bobby Bickle, 132, Kansas City, knocked out Al Moore, 133, Oakland, Calif., 9. 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