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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Section 2 11-18 Member of The Associated Press, 5c Per Copy. ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1954 Established Jan. 15,1836. Big E Dumps Wood River, 9-2, On Walks, Penelton Triples Tigers Break Off Oiler Win String At Four In Row By Ltffi BAKER Telegraph Sports Editor. EDWARDSVILLE — That opportunism which had produced four straight victories turned on the Wood River Oilers here Friday afternoon as the Edwardsville Tigers ran off with a 9-2 victory. The Oilers had taken advan-1 Affer Sever fanned, Ron Tillrry lagt- of small opportunities to win Iheir first four baseball outings this spring but the talented was safe at first when Mnteyka threw wild to the base. A single by Gary Srhillinger, almost Tigers of Joe Lucco turned the! snared by Sasek in renter, and a East Captures Collinsvitte's Quadrangular COLL1NSVILLK - Although pushed seriously by Kdwards- villo. the East Junior High Hornets of Alton racked up another truck conquest in a quadrangular meet horp Friday aftprnoon. Coach Chnrlip Rayborn's Bluff City athletes picked up 80'3 points to Edwardsville's 64. Col- linsvillp and East Alton trailed far behind with 22'i and seven points, respectively. 0. Bradslmw of Edwardsville was the meet's only double winner, taking the 100 and 220 yard East won four of the meet's 12 formula against Wood River. Of ground out by Joe Pickering Iho nine runs Edwardsville j brought home Dorsey and Tillery j events. Crabb was the Hornets' scored, eight were by runners for a short-lived 2-1 Oiler lead. ! big point maker with a first in put on by walks. , SpVPr f flw )hp firsf nvo the broad jump and second Boyd Sever dished up nine has- . .. ... ,'..,, | places in the 100 and 220. Hogan e.s on balls to the Tigers and M \ hattcrs to fat;e hlm ln lhp hot -i took the 440 yard run, Springer but one came home lo haunt lom of fhp srr ' or >d before walking ! the pole vault and Curtis tbe NATION At, l.KAGl'E ! Club 1 Philadel. : \Brnnklyn nm'innali xMlhv'kec : Chit-nun ixPittsb'gh I xCards \v .Rti7 vv i. p,-t ."> 3 .H' ) 3 .:VM .R-.TI :.on 5 l ..Yifi .(inn :<nn mind 1 1 IS Western Stomps John Burroughs In Dual Meet Western Military Academy s i 880 yard relay team that gained him. Those walks and Bill Penelton ruined what otherwise would have been an evenly matched affair for each side" finished with seven hits, Penelfon, next to Sever himself, was the wrecker. The agile Tiger lefthander clubbed home six runs with a pair of triples and a ground out. Sever got the Edyvardsville first off to a shaky start by walking Rich Sasek. Penelton fanned but. Charlie Scheibal, Bob Gregor and Don Ohl delivered consecutive singles to score Sasek. Wood River got help when Ohl passed Gregor rounding first for a second out and Bill Mateyka bounced back to Sever to end the inning. Mateyka, the Tiger pitcher, hurt his cause a bit in the second with a low throw to first that Tommy Burns dropped to let Lyle Dorsey get safely on base. Burns and Sasek. Penelton fol- discus for East's other wins, lowed with his line triple to the left - centerfield hole and Edwardsville was in front lo stay. The Tigers moved again in the fifth when (wo walks, a safe bunt, an error and a ground out produced two more runs. The windup came in the fifth when three more free passes and a single tallied one run and set the stage for a base-clearing triple to right by Penellon. Wood River ('!> Player AB R H Affsprung 400 Wagner Sadich Dorsey Sever Narup Tillery Schillinger HOI Pickering 2 0 1 Hicrman '100 402 200 :i l l 3 0 0 0 0 0 a i 2 Benson Chappel Totals..27 2 7 000 200 1'riwiirrisvlllr <t» Player AB R H Sasek 1 3 1 Penelton 402 Howcrton 000 Schelhal ;i 0 1 Gregor Ohl Matcyka Lenschke Kins Pulllam Burns 4 0 1 3 1 1 400 .1 1 0 2 2 1 000 120 Totals..25 9 7 Inning 1 2 fl 4 5 6 7— R H E Wood River 0200000 2 73 Edwards'lle 1 2 0 2 4 0 x 972 Roxana Shells RompThrough CM, Trojans ROXANA—Almost doubling the point total, the Roxana Shells completely outclassed Civic Memorial and Troy in a triangular track meet here Friday afternoon. O. J. Thomas' crew rolled up 81-11/15 points to CM's 22-4/15 and Troy's 20. All of Troy's points came to wins as Murphy took the mile and 880 yard runs, Seymore won the 440 yard dash and the Trojans' team was victorious in the mile relay. Civic Memorial's lone first place came on Bob Hauser's high jump triumph. The rest of the meet was a Roxana sweep. Richard Brown was a double winner in the high and low hurdles, while Warren Steffen took both the 100 and 220 yard dashes. Paul Shelby took the shot put, Bob Brown the pole vault, Terry Wrest the broad jump and Chuck Dickerson the discus for the Shells and the Roxana team of Wrest, Bob Hickle, Richard Brown and Steffen clicked off a 1:35.6 winning time in the 880 yard relay. The Shells' next meet will be Tuesday night in a quadrangular at Wood River with Alton, Western Military Academy and Wood River. Wall Leading Play at Vegas After Hot 66 LAS VEGAS, Nev. ff — Golfers in the $35,000 Tournament of Champions faced another windy day and the task of overhauling the surprise leader, Art Wall Jr today as play swung into the third round. Wall, 30-year-old pro from Po- eono Manor, Pa., held a two-stroke lead over his nearest challenger in the quest for the $10,000 first prize. The 72-hole tourney ends Sunday. Wall took command late Friday with a six under par 66. The per formance broke the competitive record for The Desert Inn Country Club 7,102-yard course and gave him a two day total of 135. It kept him in front of Gene Littler, the 1953 National Amateur champion, whose 68 put him at 137 for the midway mark, and four sShots ahead of Lloyd Mangrum who stands at 139. Doug Ford remained in conten tion with his second straight 70 lot 140. Tfd Kroll. who shared the leac ,n tiie'lnitiaJ round at 68, dropped back with a 73 for 141. He was tied with Al Besselink, winner o this event a year ago, and Gary Middlproff, both of whom had 71s Sam Snead, the betting favorite p'.ayed even par but at 145 was 10 strokes off the pace. UPPER ALTON ALLEYS Illinois League Electric Shop won 3 from Corrugated No. 2. A.C.M.S. No. 4 won 2 from Ind. Engineers. Forming "B" won 3 from Pack- ng No. 2. 200 games: Golcnor 252, Erthal 209. Webb 202. ACME ALLEYS Senior City League State St. Mkt. won 3 from On:ed. Brown-Hornsey won 3 from Peacock. City Fuel won 3 from :hoer Up. Stag won 3 from Mod- rn Plumbing. Hanlon & Hacgcle won 11.2 from Falstaff. 200 bowlers: D. Hornsey 208, McDonald 204, Muggo 204, Wendt 201, Wolf 200, Tullock 224, Trotter 204, Lcnhardt 200, Losch 210, 204. Friday Night Ladirs i Don's Brake won 3 from Florcn- ine Faire-so Studio. Country Store won 2 from Schneider's Mkt. Hurst Potato Chip won 2 from The next meet for'the Hornets will, be a dual affair Thursday, April 29, at Roxana. Low hurdles—Jucnger iCi, Beatty iBJi, Mlddleton lEJi, Patterson lEdi, Washington lEdl, :16.1 50 yard dash—F. Brgdshaw (Edi, Montgomery lEJl and Beatty lEJi tied lor second, patton >Ci, Lage- tnann (Edi, :08.1. 10o yard dash—O. Bradshaw lEd), Crabh iE.li, F. Bradshaw lEdi. Hogan lEJi. Hungate (EAi and Landers lEdl tied for fifth, :10.B. 220 yard dash—O, Bradshaw lEdi, Crabh lEJi, Montgomery lEJi, Landers lEdi, Wllhoit Id, and Weller lEdl, tied for fifth, :28.0. 44o yard run—Hogan lEJ), Gelsler IEJI, Medlcr (EJi, Cooper tCi, Uhe (Edi, :83.9. Shot put—Coultas (Ed), Patlon 1C), Medlcr (EJl, Dlppel lEd). Shire (EA), 41' 3". Pole vault—Springer lEJi. tie for second between Fryc lEJi, Ross (EAi, Dunbar lEJi, Haywood lEd) and Phillips (Cl. 7'. High Jump—Pctterson lEdi. Chll- ders lEJi, Mlddlclon lEJi. tie for fourth between Hungnte (EA) and Longa lEJi, 4' 10". Discus—Curtis lEJi, Jucnger ICi, Gabriel iEJi, Coultas (Edi, Shlve (EAi, 121' 10". Hop, step and jump — Uhe lEdi, Lagemann lEdl, Wllhoit (Ci, Middleton (EJl. White lEdi, 3.T 2". Broad Jump—Crabb iEJi. F. Bradshaw lEdl, O. Bradshaw lEdl. Montgomery (EJl, Curtis (EJ), 18' S',V. 44o yard relay—Edwardsville, East Junior, East Alton, :31.3. Shurtleff Golfers Stomp Concordia With 12-0 Sweep SPRINGFIELD — Shurtleff College's Pioneer golfers blanked Pranrie Conference member Concordia Seminary, 12-0, here riday afternoon with the greatest of ease. Bob Mitchell, No. 1 golfer for ihurtleff, fired a 66 against Concordia's Jim Bomba who had a 6. Leigh Lawrence clicked off a 71 to the 81 oi his opponent, 3ob McAmis. Ron Lawson turned in a 70 to easily top Jack Jones who got an 82 while Bill Malson turned n a 72 against an 83 by Joe smith to complete the sweep. Shurtleff golfers travel next o Normal Tuesday for a match NEW STAND—The former Browns arc no longer lonesome and Baltimore IN wild about the. Orioles after being without major league baseball for 52 years. Tho upper stand has no roof and Memorial Stadium Is not yet finished, but the Orioles opened before capacity crowd of 46,354. (NEA) Red Sox Wait Jensen In Early Start, But Jury Is Still Out High series: Tebow 523. IMFM "A" Leajfue Grinders won 2 from Lathes. Inspectors won 2 from Mills. MPM "B" League MPM No. 1 won 2 from MPM No. 6. MPM No. 2 won 2 from MPM No. 4. 200 bowlers: Secor 203. Diamond League Mold Repair won 2 from ACMS No. 3. ACMS No. 6 won 2 from W&S. ACMS No. 10 won 2 from service. Onized League MPM No. 5 won 3 from Corrugated. ACMS No. 2 won 2 from Engineers. Batch & Furnace won 2 from ACMS No. 1. 200 bowlers: W. Taylor 213, Andre 205, Autery 210, W. Smith 218, Hafferkamp 202, Morris 209. Duruglas League Forming "C" won 3 from Packing "B". Formig "B" won 3 from Packing "C". Forming- Packing "D" won 3 from Packing "A". Forming "A" won l'/2 from Packing "D". 200 bowlers: J. Perica 213, Dawson 221. Illinois Bell Telephone AH&A won 3 from 4-Fs. Off- Normals won 3 from K-2s. Snatch Blocks won 3 from Hits & Misses. BOWL INN Golden Shell League Boiler House won 3 from Brick Masons. No. Prop. Eng. won 2 from Machinists. Engineers won 3 from Res. Rollaways. Engr. Mixups won 2 from Supervisors. 200 bowlers: Depping 203, Sumpter 200, Schwab 223. Super Shell League Res. Pilots won 2 from Instr. Dept. Fire & Safety won 2 from Gas Plants. Control Lab. won 2 from Distilling. Res. Ramblers won 2 from Res. Relics. 200 bowlers: Hackethal 205, Har ris 210, Harris 210. Commercial Union Tank won 2 from Carter Bros. Stubby's won 2 from Schlitz. Sportsman's Club won '. Irom Millers. Benred won Chandler Harper, runnerup last, from Cheer Up. 140 Club won 3 year and a man with a 69 the i from E. A. American Legion. liist day, fell back with a 74 for 143. where he was tied with veteran E.J. (Dutch) Harrison, who shot a 73. 200 bowlers: Sowders 213, R Vail 212, Leagy 214. Goodman 208 200. Earl 205, McGinnis 222, Bishop 301, Nave 202. with Illinois earn. State Normal's Wolves, Illini NEW YORK-(NEA)-Boston Red Sox, probably figuring that Ted Williams talks enough for all of them, are playing it soft when the subject of Jackie Jensen's fast: si art is brought up. Jensen, the big blond who was brought to Fenway Park lo give the Bosox some pennant power from the right side of the plate, belted four fast home runs with two of them producing victories over the Yankees and Athletics. At the outset of spring training, it looked as if Lou Boudreau and Company made the wrong move in trading Mickey McDermott, an 18-game winner, and speedy Tom Umphlett for Jensen. But on the way north, the former California back walloped the Braves' pitching for a .447 mark and ended the grapefruit season with .326. Jensen didn't stop once th,cy began playing for keeps and more than took advantage of the left field wall at. Fenway, rapping three .over it. "We'll just wait and see on Jensen," Boudreau says. "It's too early for me to give an opinion on anything. As far as Jensen is concerned. I'll hold off until he's had a look at everybody around the league. And they've had a look at him, too." The Red Sox gave up a lot. for the former California gridder and one inaminate object probably will have as much to do with making or breaking them than any pitcher in the league. That would be, of course, The JACKIE JENSEN Wall, Boston's answer to a handball court. The sign at the bottom of the left field fence at Fenway Park says it is 315 feet from home plate, but when a right handed batter digs in, the thing seems practically on lop of him. f Until lust season, the Bosox were almost unbeatable at. borne, but: floundered badly on the road. The fence, you see, is not portable. Fellows like Walt Dropo, now with the Tigers, hurt themselves seriously outside of Fenway by trying to bit as if hey were at home. Jensen insists he has'nt nllerod Vis stance to get cozy with The Wall. "I'm swinging the same ns 1 did last year. I only hit. one homer in Boston Inst year nnd I haven't done anything nt all to try for the wall exclusively," he says. Boudroau concurs. "Naturally, a guy is going to be thinking of putting one out there, particularly if he's a right-hander," the Bosox boss points out. "But nothing hns cropped up in Jensen's swing so far thnl shows he's thinking loo much about it. You've got lo give that some time, if something does crop up—if, as you ask, he winds up pull crazy—1 hen we'll pul in some corrective measures. There arc a lot of parks in this league." While Jensen's early season work has been a bright spot foi the Red Sox, It's strictly in the nature of a bonus. His big value — and the jury hasn't even ar rived to debate on Ihis one- should come somewhere arounc Miiy 15. Thai's when Mr. T or Hit •Splendid Splinter of wlial-havo you, otherwise Ted Williams puts bis big frame in Iho lineuj iind Boudrenu inserts Jensen behind him in the batting order That svill give Jackie all the chances be needs lo refute claims that he leaves too many guys on base. 3 ,:ioo .:>"! .ijo r> .441 .:>oo .too 3 4 .CT .:>0n .375 l' a Now York 3 5 ,37:i .114 .333 '2 x-FigurPs do not include night names. YKSTKItlUY'S llKKttLTS Chicago 10, Cincinnati 3. Philadelphia nt Nw York. rain. TODAY'S KrilKIU'LK Milwaukee at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Philndelphia al New York. Brooklyn al Pittsburgh. Chicago al Cincinnati. AMEHICAN~LEAGUE o Clnh W t Pel W L nhnrt Don-oil is :\ .rcT) .nr.7 ,tir* ... Vnshln'lon 5 3 .fi'J5 .Ii(i7 .Sfifi ... New York 4 3 .571 .K25 .500 '3 Mrngo 4 4 ,, r >00 .55(5 .444 1 Baltimore 4 4 .500 ,55R .444 1 hiladol. 3 4 A'3 .500 .37!i 1'i Boston 3 5 .375 .444 .333 2 Cleveland 3 5 .375 .444 .333 2 YKSTKIWAY'8 KttSIILTS Baltimore 3, Chicago 1 (10 lu- tings). Washington 7, Boslon (i. New York nt Philadelphia, rain. TODAY'S SCHEDULE Baltimore at Chicago. . Cleveland at Detroit, New York at Philadelphia. Boslon*at Washington, night. Tony DeMarco Battling Chavez On TV Tonight BOSTON /P—Boston's Improving Tony DeMarco takes his newly found right hand power and a vie lory over champion Paddy •DoMar co into his 10-round televised light weight fight with Carlos Chave of Los Angeles lonlghl al Bostoi Garden. Tony Is a 10-7 favorite lo wi (he bout, which will be (devisee (ABCi to most parts of the coun try at 8 p.m. (CST). Six months ago, Tony DeMarc defeated Paddy (no relation) whil Chave/ lost a decision to the now ly-crowned champion. It's slated as a bailie of you! against "experience. Tony is '1 while Carlos Is 31. Tony, now riding a winnln streak of 10 straight, hns lost onl four fights of bis 38 since luniin professional in 1018. Cliavo/. a 1 year veteran, lias won VI, lost '2 and drawn n of 103 starts. On the same card Irish Bo Murphy, the light heavyweight sot sat ion of past years, tries a come back against Roger Wylie of Be erly, Mass. Ex- Athletic Sorearm Joe Coleman Delivers Locked Again Masterful 10-Inning Job In 3-1 Oriole Win od Raiders racked up another RC League track triumph by loroughly throttling John Rur- rmghs, 75 5'fi to 37 1 <T>, at Eaton "irld hero Friday afternoon. Rick Fuchs, John Ratliff and Vntoniii Trospalaelos wore big vlnnors for Conch Don Rumloy's lassy Cadet trnsksters. Fuchs swept through the 440 i r ard run, took second in the 220 )ohind Hurrnugh's Agnow who so won the 100, and loci a Western sweep In Iho shot put. Ralliff triumphed In the low iiirdles and In tho broad Jump, vhich was also swept by (he Inldrrs. Trespalaoios won the discus, despite an off-form heave if 118 feet, eight inches, nnd tied vilh teammate Dave Parker for 'Irs! In the polo vault, Other Western- winners Included Boh Lyllo In the 880 yard run, Bob <onnedy in the mile, run and the a forfeit win. Western's noxt meet will be « quadrangular Tuesday at Wood Rivor with the host Oilers, Alton and Ro.vnna, starting at 7:30. too yard daub—Afncw (Jl, Deem (Wi, Ralliff iWi, 10.4. MO yard da»h— Agnew (Jl, Fuchl iWi. Parker (Wi. In.H. 440 yard rimh- Fucha (Wi. Morrll 'Wi, Blrne Mi. 87 I. Bno yard run-Lille iW). Short iWi. tltirkamp Mi. Z:OflR. Mile run-Kennedy iW>, HadcllM IWi. Morrln iji. S:00. Illdh hurdles—Fmvnew Ml, Matrrfl I.I', Pelke Mi. 1fl,», I.nw hnrdlea—Ratlin (Wi, Matrecl Mi. Deem (Wi. 32.0. Hno yard relay—Wentern Ion for- telli. Shot put—Fuch» iWt. Backerman IWi, llammel iWi, 4.V 7". Dl«m*—Trcapalaclo* iW>. Backerman iwi, ametznmacher (Wi. US' 8". High Jump—Corrln«ton iJi, Woodward Ml, tie for third between Vogt iWi, Jono Ml, and Dlmmett MI, »' 2". Pnle vaull—Treipatacloa (W> »nd Parker iWi tied for firnt. Woodward i.tl and Corrlngton (Jl tied for third, B'. Broad Jump—llatllff IWi, Parker iWi. and Morrl« iWi tied for a«eond, 20' S'i". Illinois Grid Clinic Attracts More Than 400 State Coaches CHAMPAIGN — Advance registration for the annual Spring Football Coaching Clinic at University of Illinois May 7-8 indicates (hat. more than 400 high school coaches from this area will attend, Bob King, program chairman, said today. Headlining the clinic sessions will he Lynn (Pappy) Waldorf, conch at the University of California, nnd Don Faurot, conch at University of Missouri. Wai- ciorT's lectures will concentrate on the basis single-wing formations which are employed by the California Bears, while Faurol will discuss various phases of his Spill-T which he has so sue- cossfully employed wilh Missouri's Tigers. In addition (o Waldorf nnd Fnurof, Ray Kliot, head fool- ball coach at Illinois, will speak at one session on the "Illinois Offense," and two outstanding prop coaches from Iho slate will participate. Andy Pupils of Proviso Town- ship High School, Maywood, will appear on the lecture platform to discuss "Basic Running and Passing Attacks from the Winged T nnd Its Variations," while Vnn Howe of Dceatur High School, Is scheduled to talk on "Single-Wing Signal System and Rule Blocking." A highlight of Friday's program will be tbe coaches' annual fish fry at Memorial Stadium followed by a movie session at which games played by Missouri nnd California during the 1953 session will be shown. Saturday the visiting coaches will bo guests of the Athletic Association nnd the Big Ten at the first annual Big Ten Relays nnd the spring intrn-squad football game, both of which will be staged In Memorial Stadium. The relays will get under way at 1 p. m., with the football squnds taking over at 3 p. m. Funs are reminded that Cham- Piigin-Urbana will be on daylight saving time. Mai Whltfield Trying Mile In Feature of Penn Relays For 1st Place CHICAGO /P-Michigan and II- inois, last year's Big Ten co- , . , champions, got off to a neck-and- U P to ° manv Athletics and not By BK.V Associated Tress Sports Wrlti-r The new Baltimore Orioles, criticized in some quarters for picking nock start in the 1954 conference baseball, campaign BYiday with close victories. The Wolverines, who also won enough athletes, are rapidly nearing the point where-they can have the last laugh. One of the biggest reasons Is Joe he NCAA title in 1933, beat Wis- Coleman - a sore-armed righthand- er resurrected by Philadelphia last consin 1-0 as Jack Ritter allowed only one hit. Jack Corbett's single knocked in the game's only run n the fourth inning. Illinois, although outbit 12-5, >dged Iowa 6-5. Illinois' big blow was a three-run third inning homer by Hon Ultes. In other games opening the Big Ten baseball season, Purdue shaded Minnesota 3-2, when a linth • inning Gopher rally that chased Boilermaker hurler Dennis Blind fell short; Ohio State put ogether four singles and a walk far-four first-inning runs and coasted to an 8-0 victory over Indiana, and Michigan State blanked Northwestern 4-0, scoring all its runs on five hits combined with four Wildcat eirors in the seventh inning. The game was played at Chicago's Wrigley Field. A full round of doubleheaders was scheduled today: Michigan at Northwestern, Minnesota at Illinois, Indiana at Ohio State. Iowa at Purdue and Michigan State at Wisconsin. College Baseball season from Savannah of the Sally League where he had lost 32 of 13. It had been five seasons since Coleman had shown real promise n the majors and his 3-4 record in 1953 wilh only (wo cornplele games lidn't indicate Baltimore was get- ing any pmo when the Orioles •rnded Bob Cain to get him and kVildrnan Frank Fanovich. Cain went to the minors without pitching an inning. So did Fanovich But Coleman really has blossomed. He made his second start Friday, pitched his second complete and won for the first time, 3-1 over the Chicago White Sox in By Tbe Associated Preti Purdue 3, Minnesota 2 Illinois 6. Iowa 5 Ohio State 8. Indiana 0 Michigan 1, Wisconsin 0 Bradley 4. Southern Illinois, 3 Michigan Normal 4-1, Eastern HMnois 2-4 Quincy College 5, St. Mary's (Winona, Minn.) 2 Central Michigan 6-8. Northern Illinois 4-5 10 innings. His other lime out he | in innings. lost a three-hit heart breaker to; Thc Chicago Cubs blasted Cin- „. „. _..,„ „„, Ned Garyor and Detroit 1-0 In 18 , , 1Q . 3 . , , j Bu'drii |i-01 v. H.,.d.x ,i-a,. innings he has given up only n,ncj und , Q „,„ am] W(1}jhin> , ton cdsed .»"""*"»"« " N.W v wk -,, 0 . hiis. Coleman needed all of his skill because the Orioles weren't getting anywhere against Billy Pierce until Vern Stephens homered in the eighth. Then in the 10th they picked up two on Billy Hunter's single, Ray Murray's double and a single by Coleman himself. Carver, who had beaten Cole- rnan for one decision, pitched another good one Friday, beating Cleveland 6-1 on six singles. The Tigers battered Early Wynn for five runs in the first inning. Rain washed out one-third of the scheduled nigbt games but from the standpoint of total time they weren't missed. Brooklyn and Pittsburgh used 4 hours 13 minutes before the Dodgers won 6-5 in 13 innings. Milwaukee and St. Louis played 4 hours 2 minutes with the Braves winning 7-5 in 14 innings. They were the longest games of the season, in time and Boston 7-6 in other night action. Thc Philadelphia Phillies were rained out against the Giants in New York as were tho Athletics and Now York Yankees in Philadelphia. The brash Pirates refused to play doad before the mighty Dodg- j By TIIK AHHOCIA'ITI) I'KKHK NATIONAL l.l'.AOUK Milwaukee at St. Louu inlghll — bcrlK GrlKiorn lO-Oi, , Brooklyn at Pituijurgh — Er»klnc I0-2i v«. llouui: (O-Oi. • Chicago ut Cincinnati- -MlrmiT i|-0) vs. PodWclan i|-0i. AMKIIK;AN U:AG<II: nalllmori! at Chicago — lilckforil (O-Oi v« Kreiian nl-Oi. New York at Philadelphia — Byrd (0-1 1 v«. Trlre ll-Oi. Cleveland at Detroit — NfWhousci coming from behind three : ncn "" 11 "- 0 ' times before finally bowing. A pinch hit single by Jack Dill- rner scored the lieing run for Milwaukee in the ninth at St. I/niis and a single by Jim Pc-ndlnlon, another pinch bitter, brought borne the winning tallies in tbe 14th. Milwaukee led briefly in the 13th on a home run by Charlie White. Chicago's attack against Cincinnati included home runs by Gene Baker, Ernie Hanks, Ralph Kiner and Randy Jackson. Jackson also collected four singles to increase his- league leading batting average to .615. Blazing Duels In Prospect At Drake Relay Windups DES MOINES IP— Blazing duels ( Santee, uncorking an unofficial were the prospect today In the 1:49.1 anchor half mile. Friday windup of the Drake Relays. Virtually every event was loaded with the talent to produce exciting finishes, the real thrill for the track fans. overcame a 22-yard Illinois lead to shoot Kansas to another remarkable sprint medley performance. The Jayhawks clock was 3:21.4 wiping out the Drake mark of 3:23.0 by Oklahoma in 1942. Major attention, of course, was focused on Wes Santee, the run-! Santee came back later to nmg perfectionist. The Kansas j ancno " Kansas to an easy 17:35.4 speedster was down for appear-1 triumph in the four-mile relay, ances in the distance medley re- i Gene Matthews of Purdue nar- lay and the two mile relay. ircwly missed the Drake mark of Giyen the proper weather con- 9; 1°.0 in the two mile run, winning Leo Voder of Louisiana State took the 440-yard hurdles in :53.6, find Roy Pella of Michigan led Iho discus throwers with a loss of 161 feet 9% inches. The cloiing day/events were to be on television (CBS) from 1:302:45 p. m. (CST). 4 ilol Corner'' Sure Is Third Sackrr Finds PHILADELPHIA A 1 —Mul Whitfield, America's premier half milcr, debuts as a miler while New Zealand's Murray Halberg makes liis firsl appunrance on 'in American track today in the, Benjamin Franklin Mile — feature event of the fiOlh annual Ponn Relay Truck and Field Carnival. Thundersowers drenched Franklin Field Friday, shortly after the. more than.3,000 athletes from 511 colleges and schools begun their assault on existing records. for the third straight year in the discus with a heave of 165 ft, 7 inches: Oklahoma A & M in the distance medley over defending champion Michigan in 10:08.5; Cornell in the hoptagonal mile in 3:16.8 and F o r d h a m in the metropolitan' mile in 3:20.7. Leading contenders in other major events toduy are Fordham, Manhattan, Michigan and Pittsburg in the sprint medley; Oklahoma A & M, Syracuse, Fordham and Michigan in the two mile, with I he Af?Ki'''S' and Michigan also Herestheone fbrfishirifun! J)K KAI.H Third baseman .Inhn Sarinii ol the Northern Illi- While there will bo 13 other ma-j "hooting for (lie four mile title, jnr events on Iho final of the two- day extravaganza, the mile wealln-r permitting is exported j to draw a crowd o! more than 20,000. In addition to Whilfield and Halbei-K, FUI agent Fred Wilt and two-mile star Horace Ascbenfoller are in the field. Morgan Stale College seeks a triple in the relay races — the 440, KM and rnile. Tim speedy runners from Baltimore' qualified Friday foi the quarter and half and appear a definite threat in Iho mile. Josh Cijlbroall), Morgan sprint ace, annexed bis second straight 400 meter burdlf Friday in 52.4. Other winners on Friday's pro- nois Stale )>asehnll team found j j, r!irn W ere Bob Sbarra, a Man out why his position is labeled the j | m (( Hn sophomore, who ran (lie "hot corner" in a recent double-j twn nl j| P | n 0:27.4; Roland Nilsson header with Western Illinois; : State college. j Tbe Chicago senior handled 21 I chances in Die twin bill. In the ' first name he bad eight assists, i Fight Results IIy TIIK AKKOC.'IATKI) TIIKSH NKW VORK — Jed Ulark. 144'.,, five put ouls and one eiior. 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