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RoBERsoN " :: ::: o Ancient Standard Smashed by Officer—Was First Set by Jesse Owens N'ENV YORK UN—Irvin (Bo) Roberson smashed the world indoor broad jump record—the oldest on the books—with a leap of 25 feet 91i inches Saturday night and Hal Connolly shattered the record in the 35-pound weight throw with a toss of Ti feet 214 inches in the National AAU Track and Field Championships It was a quarter of a century ago Feb 23 1935 to be exact that Jesse Owens set the indoor mark of 25-9 in this same meet It has withstood the challenge of the years until now But Roberson art ex Cornell football player and now officer at Fort Lee Va still has a long way to go before he can challenge Owens' outdoor broad jump record of 26-8U which also was set in 1935 Roberson became a really top broad jumper last summer when he won the Pan-American gold medal with a 26-2 effort This was the high of his career Connolly the Olympic hammer-throw champion competing for the Southern California Striders set the record on his second try in the qualifying round He warmed up with a 64-101i effort Then a picture of muscular coordination be made his record toss Officials immediately measured and remeasured the throw The weight was three-quarters of a pound overweight perfectly a'd right All the AAU demands is that it not be underweight The event was held in an armory because Madison Square Garden site of the main meet is not big enough to handle the likes of Connolly There were more officials than spectators on hand The listed world record is 66-2 set in this meet last year by Bob Backus of the New York Athletic Club Backus who was second Saturday has a 67-1 throw pending Only last week Connolly got up to 68-8 but said he didn't intend to submit it for recognition Backus who had won the title the past six years beating Connolly four times in the process had 68-2 Al Hall also of the NYAC was third with 62-8 "He's just the greatest weight thrower in the world" said Backus Connolly stands an even 6 feet and weighs 236 pounds "But I hope to get up to 240 by the time the Olympics come around this summer" he said "I've already gained 20 pounds since the 1956 Olympics!" There is no weight throw competition in the Olympics but the hammer throw is almost identical Connolly is a Johnny-Come-lately among the weight throwers He didn't begin to develop until he and Backus took a trip to Europe in 1951 and studied under Karl Storch a German coach "I was nothing when I was at Boston University absolutely nothing" said Connolly "I guess I wasn't physically developed" FT CHEATHAM HANDS SMITH '5' FIRST LOSS Fort Cheatham knocked Joseph E Smith School from the unbeaten ranks in the Henry Branch YMCA Gra-Y Basketball League Saturday with a 28-14 victory The triumph put Fort Cheatham in a first-place tie with West Main Street which downed Orchard Knob 18-5 Alfred Hollis was the big gun In the Fort Cheatham triumph with 10 points while Morris Smith and Randolph Thomas scored eight points apiece in leading the West Main Street victory STANDINGS W West Main St 1 0 Jos E Smith W 1 St Cheatham I 0 orthard Knob 0 ? 1 A 4 Panoll010Atritk‘k "ommegat —Associated Press Wireoboto BIG STRETCH: Belmont's Ronnie Sharer (83) and Tennessee 'Wesleyan's Tom Springfield try for the ball In Friday's semifinal Volunteer State Athletics Conference tourney game at Nashville which Wesleyan won 84-69 Watching the ball are Wesleyan's Jerry Edmonds (24) and Ronnie Ely (12) and Cliff McClendon of Belmont Springfield was the top rebounder with 15 grabs BUCHHOLZ VICTOR OF INDOOR UPSET Aussies' Neal Fraser Is Victim—McKinley Has a Surprise Triumph NEW YORK (Al') — Earl Buchholz 19-yeear-o1d US Davis Cup-per blasted Neale Fraser the world's leading amateur 5-7 11-9 64 Saturday to reach the semifinal round of the National Indoor Tennis Championships And Cup teammate Chuck McKinley another 19-year-old also registered a quarter-final upset 6- 8 6-1 1-5 over Ron Holmberg of Brooklyn Fraser although inexperienced Indoor was No 1 seed among the foreign entrants McKinley a freshman at Trity ity University in Texas fought off three set points for his triumph over Holmberg the No 3 domestic seed In Sunday's semifinals MoKin-1 ley who resides in St Ann Mo a St Louis suburb will meet Dick Savitt of New York top-seeded American and two-time winner of the tournament Savitt gained his spot by halting Andres Gimeno of Spain 10-8 6-2 Buchholz who comes from St Louis goes again-st his Cup mate Barry MacKay of Dayton Ohio who bad surprisingly little trouble with Hoy Emerson Fraser's Aussie temmate 6-2 6-3 MacKay was seeded No 2 on the American list Buchholz No 4 Emerson was No 3 among the foreigners and Gimeno No 4 All the foreigners have been eliminated Schofield Signs rirrsnuRGH (AP) — Infielder Dick Schofield Saturday signed his 1260 contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates Schofield batted 234 in 81 games for the Pirates last year - 6!6010 - 4 - THE CHATIIANOCGA TIMES: CHATTANOOGA TENN SUNDAY FEBRUARY 21 1960 BY GEORGIt SHORT Noses in the News Pay no attention this morning on your way to church if Methodists seem to have their noses higher than usual as you pass Methodist teams staked a strong claim last week to amateur basketball supremacy In an all-Methodist playoff of the Rossville Church League at Peerless Simpson Memorial beat McFarland And in the "d o wnto w n" Church A League the winner was Unbeaten St Luke's Good Humor Man - In the Simpson - McFarland playoff a bit of funnybone shenanigans f e a tured the late stages when the ultimate winner had a lead of some 11 points Coach Harold Hall of the losing McFarlands was warned by Referee Dickle North that if the ageless eternally effervescent Charlie Geyer made one more remark from the bench a technical foul would be called At the earliest possible moment the quick-thinking Hall rushed Geyer into the game The red-faced Hall explained to North: "He's your responsibility now Maybe you can handle him out there I can't control him on the bench" Goose Didn't Duck At the pro basketball show in Memorial Auditorium the gar-See rage Forty-One Col One r r ' A 1 —Tithes Staff Photo CAREFUL INTER THAT RAZOR: Claude R Jared really didn't have to threaten to cut James A Barker's throat to get him to buy a Lookout Booster Book The two were in a mood for jesting Saturday se the Barbers' Union pitched la ea the pre-Demon bimetal ticket drive 1 Weight for World-Record 71 Feet 2 Inches DEACONS DEFEAT DUKE QUINT 83-64 Close Out ACC Play With Easy Victory—Ritchie and Budd Sparkle DURHAM NC (AP) — Wake Forest's Deacons romped past Duke's hot and cold Blue Devils Saturday to close out their Atlantic Coast Conference play with an 83-64 victory in a regionally televised game Holding a narrow 36-32 lead at intermission the Deacons took advantage of a long Duke scoring drought to clinch the victory in 10 minutes of the second half Reserves from both teams finished out as Wake Forest carried its lead to 20 points with 514 minutes left" Three minutes into the second half Wake Forest led by 42-32 but eight quick points by Howard Hurt and Doug Kistler pulled the Blue Devils up to 49-43 at the midway point Later with Wake ahead 54-47 Duke went 5 minutes without a point and the Deacons carried the game out of reach Senior George Ritchie sparked Deacons with 27 points Dave Budd contributed 18 and soph Lynn Chappell 16 Kistler was Duke's big scorer with 22 and led all rebounders with 13 COLLEGE CAGE CARD By the Associated Press Maim' college basketball games this week au compiled by Tha Associated Press include: MONDAY FEB 23 Indiana at Illinois Iowa at Purdue Michigan State at Northwestern Wisconsin at Michigan Cincinnati at North Texas Bradley at Houston Oklahoma at Okla State Kansas at Kabsas State Duke at Virginia Villanova at Wake Forest Tulane at Miss State Vanderbilt at Georgia LSU at Mississippi Georgia Tech at Florida Kentucky vs Alabama at Mont-ornery Ala Tennessee at Auburn Arkansas at Rice Niagara at Scranton Canisius at Seton Hall Manhattan at CCNY KY Wesleyan at Miami Fla Chi- cuo Loyola at Western Mich TUESDAY FEB 23 Texu ASIA at SMU Baylor at Texas Texas Tech at TCU Notre Dame at Evansville Deraul at Marquette Cantsius at Connecticut Holy Cross at Providence Boston College at Boston Delaware at Navy Western Kentucky at Tenn Tech Butler at Ball State Massachusetts at Rhode Island Maryland at North Carolina San Jose at St Marys Calif Santa Clara at College of Paellie WEDNESDAY FEB 24 Doubleheader at Philadelphia: St Joseph's Pa vs Bucknell Vilianova vs Toledo Syracuse at Colgate St Bona Venturi at Duquesne Portland at Seattle Dayton at Xavier Ohio New Hampshire at Vermont Rutgers at Fordham Clemson at South Carolina Western Mich at Bowling Green Louisville at Murray Wesleyan at Jacksonville Fla THURSDAY FEB 25 Doubleheader at New York: NW vs Temple St John's NY vs Manhattan Marquette at Drake Montana at Utah State Utah at BYIL Virginia at North Carolina St Francis Pa at Wake Forest Tulana at LS11 Lehigh at Penn State East Tenn at Eastern Kentuckv Springfield Maas it Rhode Island 1oston U at Tufts First round of Sou ern Conference championship tournament at Richmond (first eight teams in regular season standings) IrRIDAT FEB 21 Penn' at Dartmouth Brown at Cornell Yale at Columbia Princeton at Harvard Holy Cron at Syracuse Toledo at Du-(weans Maryland at Clemson California at Washington Southern Calif at Stanford Texas ASM at Texas Ted) Texas at Arkansas SMU at Baylor TCU at Rice San Jose at San Francisco St Mares Calif at Los Angeles Loyola COP at Pepnerdins Idaho at Oregon State Semifinals of Southern Conference tournament at Richmond SATURDAY FEB 27 ' Regional TV afternoon games: Minnesota at Indiana Kansas State at Oklahonn Maryland at South Carolina Doubleheaders: at Chicago Manhattan vs Chicago Loyola Notre Dame vs Louis-villa at Philadelphia St Johns NY vs Temple St Jossolea Pa vs V111'- 1101: a Navy at Army (afternoon) Princeton at Dartmouth Yale at Cornell Penn at Harvard Brown at Colombia Penn Stabs at Pitt New Hampshire at Massachussets Vermont at Connecticut NYU at Ford-ham St Bonaventure at Niagara Holy Cross at Canisius Boston U at Providence lowa at Minot (afternoon) Michigan State at Michigan Northwestern at Purdue Wisconsin at Ohio State Kansas at Missouri Iowa State at Colorado Okla State at Nebraska Tulsa at Bradley Drake at North Texas Wichita at Cincinnati St Louis at Houston Regis at Okla City (afternoon) Seton Nail at Detroit Eastern Kentucky at Dayton Marshall at Bowling Green Kent at Miami Ohio North Carolina at IDoke Wash-Lee at Virginia LaSalle at NC State Tennessee at Kentucky Mississippi at Miss State Georgia Tech at Vanderbilt Georgia at Florida Alabama vs Auburn at Montgomery Ala Middle Tenn at Western Kentucky Tenn Tech at Murray Florida State at Miami Fla Final of Southern conference championship tournament at Richmond - California at Oregon Stale UCLA at Washington Southern Calif at Santa Clara Colo Stale at Wyoming Denver at New Mexico Utah it Utah State Montana at 2IYU Seattle at Montana State Arizona ropTpam Woistsra St kirs'16C S COP It Lai SMITH SPARKLES FOR X-RAY OUTFIT Club Takes Rossville City Team Bowling Meet Lead Over Mike's Combine The X-Ray combine of the Combustion League fired a 300 handicap series to roll into first place in the Rossville City Bowling Tournament on the 12:30 shift Saturday afternoon at the Rossville Bowling Lanes The score was 131 pins better than the second-place score of Mike's Bar-B-Q V Smith had a 528 scratch and 612 handicap series to pace the X-Ray team Other teams in the top five through the shift that came off the lanes at 5:30 Saturday afternoon were (3) Tube Pipe Fit Up with 2821 (4) Pin Nudgers 2803 and (5) Alibles 2807 Mike's turned in the high scratch team series with a 2737 on games of 895 893 and 949 the 949 was also high team game throukh the 3 o'clock shift G D Clark had 585 Bob Hall 564 Herb Anderson 555 Joe Wall 543 and J D Byrd 490 Anderson on the earlier shift with the Rossville Bowling Center team racked up the high scratch series of the afternoon with a 586 on games of 203 201 and 182 Jim Puckett of Combustion's No 2 Machine Shop team had high game of 234 through the 3 o'clock shift G D Clark of Mike's and Emerson Heggie of Pin Nudger were tied for first place in the race for all-event honors with handicap tries of 618 each - Other team handicap scores Saturday afternoon were (3) Rossville Bowling Center 2803 (7) Mueller 2803 (8) Chattanooga Equipment 2793 (9) Flames 2771 (10) Tube Pipe Shop 2769 (11) Standard Oil 2767 (12) Boiler Shop 2764 (13) Spinning D 2729 (14) Crane Operators 2661 (15) No 2 Machine Shop 2597 (16) Sheet Won 2570 The teams were shooting for total prize money of $27900 with the top five finishing positions paying $84 $70 $42 and $28 Team play in the big meet was scheduled to wind up late Saturday night Doubles and singles action will hold the spotlight at the Ross-villa Lanes next Saturday afternoon when 62 doubles combinations and 120 entrants will take to the lanes SEDMAN GARNERS BADMINTON TITLE -- Maxine Sedman blasted her way to victory in the seniori women's division of the Bast Chattanooga Community Center Badminton Tournament Saturday Chester Smith garnered the championship laurels in the senior men's division Other results: chime Girls Debbie Pinney defeated Billie Helmon 11-0 11-2 Gail Pinney defeated Johnnie Bankvton 11-1 11-7 Gail Pinney defeated Debbie FirilleY 11-0 114 Chigger Boys Bruce Morton defeated Charlie Ball 11-0: 11-2 Ronnie Brooke defeated Harold Hamilton 11-0 11-1 Donnie Brooks defeated David Hurst 11-0 11-0 Ronnie Brooks defeated Donnie Brooks 11- 3 0-11i 114 Mite Girls Janice It larvey defeated Linda Cooper 11-3 114 Gloria Benson defeated Sherry Nelson 6-11 11-3 13-11 Sharon Renew defeated Billy Jo Ball 11-0 11-a Sharon Benson defeated Janice Purvey 11-5: 11-6 Gloria Benson defeated Sharon Benson 11-6 11-9 Mitt Boys Willis Holder defeated Wain Roberts 11-0 11-0 Virgil Howard defeated Charles Hale 11-0 11-3 Charles Linger-felt defeated Eddie Nelson 11-0 11-2 Cecil Harris defeated Gary Clark 11-9 11-9 Willis Holder defeated Steve Danieis 11-3 9-11: 114 Wayne Walker defeated Janes Moore 11-4 11-7 Charles Linage's It defeated Cecil Harris 11-9 11-0 Willis Holder defeoted Char Is tingerfelt 11-8 11-4 Mitigai Girls Linda Marshall defeated Ann Renleri 7-11 11-4: 11-5 Bettye Moore defeated Evelyn Marsha 11-i 11-0 11-2 Linda Marshal defeated Bettie Moore 11-1 11-3 - - Midget Boys Douglas Tudor defeated Billy Morton 4-11 11-6 11-4 Lamarr Pierce defeated Terri Pelfrey 11-3 Tommy Lerch defeated James Shannon 9-11 11-8 11-1 Doyle Chambers defeated Paul BrbY 11-5 11-9 Gary Ford defeated Larry Roberts 5-11 11-8 11-3 Randall Brown defeated Dru Culver 11-0: 11-2 Lamarr Pierce defeated Douglas Tudor 11-3 11-5 Tommy Lerch defeated Doyle Chambers 11-3 11-5 Gary Ford defeated Randall Brown 11-0 11-1 Leman Pierce defeated Tommy Lerch 11-6 11-5 Gary Ford defeated LIIMArt Pleree 11-8 3-11i 11-5 Junior Giris Carolyn Lingerfelt (unopposed) Junior Bora tam Nichols defeated Larry Pinner 11-4 11-3 Jerry Denton defeated Ronnie Morgan 11-5 11-6 Tommy Harrell defeated Rayburn Pittman 11-0 11-0 Jerry Denton defeated Dickey Cooper 11-0 11-7 Londale Walker defeated Larry Nichols 11-41 11-4 Jerry Denton defeated Londale Walker 11-5 6-11 11-9 INDUSTRIAL CAGE LOOP RESUMES PLAY MONDAY Because of the bad weather the Industrial YMCA basketball for the past week was called off but will resume play Monday and Tuesday as scheduled Monday at 7:00 Special Products will play top contender for "B" League honors Tennessee Egg Central Soya will play Power Board at 8 pm Tuesday night at 7:00 Chattanooga Glass seeks to get back on top against SCT At 8:00 Combustion will play YMCA Last week's games will be played Feb 29 and March 1 In their respective hours Small Bore Bitters Will Compete at City The annual Times-sponsored Small Bore Rifle Tournament will be hici Monday at the City High School Armory Starting time is set for 1 Pm The popular event is hold each year for the marksmen Of the local high schools The Times Trophy is awarded to Ms winning team ) - Start Photo CANINE CAPERS: Vera Morgan daughter of Mr and Mrs James Morgan exhibits the fruits of the power of persuasion as she lovingly commands "Chi-Chi' to pose pretty This 10- week-old pup actually holds a doll milk bottle and obtains milk from it as Vera wheels it around the premises The pup takes Its daily ride without any Indication of fear KENNEL NOTES People's Pups The F B Jacksons out Dallas Heights way report a very fine litter of Boxers These they say are from the very best blood lines We learned that the Gene Slayton nd Andy McGuire families each acquired one of the pups Collie fanciers are forming an organization that sounds Interesting It's to be a Collie discussion group purely for the betterment of the breed One of the best points is that the group will consist of all Indians and no chiefs No gavel? Fight? The Feb 11 issue of "Sports Illustrated" may have started a large "hooraw" in dogdom The magazine boldly printed a story claiming that in effect dog shows ruin dogs Paying particular attention to the Westminster S h o w the magazines theory was basically that many breeders itook advantage of winning breeds In other words it in a breeder's kennel Mere are dogs of the same breed as the show winter he produces puppies as qu1c14 as possible hoping to ride the crest of popularity created by that year's winning breed Going further the article suggested corrective measures in the following manner: 1 Judges and officials should have stricter standards for dogs (The writer of the article may not realize it but judges don't set the standards The breed clubs do) 2 Stricter and more effective policing of breeding controls should be in effect (This may be true but a majority of the time if a breeder who exhibits doesn't have a dog good enough to do some winning he will soon become discouraged and the better breeders will still hold sway) 3 The public shouldn't be told they are buying a champion just because they are getting "papers" on a dog They should be educated as to the qualities of their favorite breed (I've sold many a pup but only because a 'person wanted that particular breed I have yet to hear any breeder tell a purchaser he was buying a champion They may say that the pup's background has many champions in it — and be perfectly right (The ordinary pet purchaser wouldn't pay what a prospective champion would bring Only other breeders will For example I bought a female from Pennsylvania one year paid $125 and hadn't seen her She turned out to be a beautiful thing and produced two pups which later became champions Being a breeder I chose her on another breeder's money - back satisfaction deal) Opinions On this thought we took the liberty of soliciting opinions from Chattanoogans whom we feel know something of this dog business First a local veterinarian (who shall be nameless): "No dog shows are not ruining the breeds Actually in many breeds the need for which they were originally bred no longer exists due to the expansion of civilization" R C George a Great Dane fancier: "I think the article probably is right Many breeders are too greedy Consequently they do not breed for conformation rattier for selling pups" City Court Judge Riley Graham: twar hrn' ra "No I don't think shows are ruining breeds Although my Interests are in the field Beagle I think a good dual purpose dog Is just as important I like to see a dog look good and be qualified for the show ring as well as being able to conduct itself in the field for which it was originally bred" K C Fitchen: "They may be right And since I'm more of a horse enthusiast than a dog exhibitor I must somewhat be guided by the fact that a winning horse gets cob? I 1 OLMEDO TO PLAY IN ELAM SHOW MP 't0 " Kramer's Pro Net Troupe at Auditorium March 22 With Aussiesy Others Alex Olmedo who began a meteoric rise to amateur tennis' heights here in the Tennessee Valley Invitational bf 1958 will make his Dixie professional debut March 22 and 23 in Atlanta The Chief a Peruvian Inca who came here to study and play at Southern Cal will be on the card with the perennial professional champion Pancho Gonzales Ken Rosewall Pancho Segura and Tony Trabert Play will be on the touring troupe's temporary canvas court in City Auditorium near Hurt Park There will be three matches each night Trabert also a former Tvl champion is co-manager of the tour for owner-promoter Jack Kramer 1 Money hinges on each bout in this tour rather than on the final outcome as in previous Kramer promotions There will be two singles matches and a doubles each night The first snatch of each program will be played under Kramer's new "three-bounce" rule that is designed to shrink the "big game" of the powerful Gonzales and others and cut down on volleying thus producing longer rallies Tickets are scaled front $125 to $5 The auditorium seats about 3700 with a tennis court down CHOW-NOW TAKES CENTRALT LEAD Chow-Now Drive-In took the lead in the second round of the Central YMCA basketball league when the Mello Kreme five beat Steward Manufacturers the first-round champs Steward and Chow-Now meet In their second-round game Tuesday night and a victory by Steward would automatically throw the second round into a three-way tie with Mello Kreme as the third team The class "B" championship game beteen Dyer Chevrolet and Sherrill TV was postponed because of bad weather and will be played Tuesday night at 7:00 followed by the Steward-ChowNow contest at 8:15 SECOND ROUND STANDINGS "A" Division W - WE Chow-Now 2 0 Steward We 1 1 Mello Kreme 2 1 KSPPII SIMS 0 3 "11" Division 'WL Sherrill Tv 3 0 Dyer Cho Co 2 1 Turner Club -2 1 Provident Lite 0 3 DISTRICT 2 CAGE MEET SET AT JOHNSONCITY JOHNSON CITY UP) — The District Two High School Basketball Tournament will be played here at East Tennessee State College gymnasium Feb 29-March 5 Coaches attending a meeting here Saturday seeded Johnson City (17-5) Lamar (18-7) Training School (18-7) and Happy Valley (14-8) The records do not include tournament play Two games will be played on each of six nights Bill Ward Dick McNabb and Jack France were named officials for the tournament Athletic Director Star Wood of ETSC is tourney director East Tennessee Training School is the defending district title-holder 20 per cent of the point composIte for conformation Frankly when they say conformation is important I'd compare it to saying a blonde is beautiful but dumb" Wayne Seer "I think they are right Take your hunting dogs They've bred 'em down to where they don't have near the hunting ability they used to have and were bred for" --BOB KINNEY :!:14 qet TUCSON TEE LEAD TO DON JANUARY 3rd-Round 68 Gives Him 202 Total—Harrison 2nd Marr Is 3rd - TUCSON Ariz (AP)—Don January dropped a birdie on the last hole Saturday to take a onestroke lead in the $20000 Tucson Open Golf Tournament with a 54-hole 8-under-partotal of 20 Jamary's 225-yard wood shot to the green left him 25 feet front the hole He two putted for his birdie 4 and 68 - E J (Dutch) Harrison the host pro for the 6413-yard par 70 El Rio course blazed home in 54 under-par for a 203 total and sets ond place Dave Marr Cedarhurst NY the 36-hole leader had been in a duel with January all afternoon They came to the last green tied Marr took a bogey 6 on the hole for the 1-over-par 71 and a total of 204 Both January and Mary needed pars to tie with the veteran Harrison who was already in the club house Marr's approach was head led for a trap when it rolled into a crowd of spectators and stopped on the fairways His chip went over the green and he needed three putts Bob Goalby Crystal River 1r la Is three strokes off the pace with 205 Charles Sifford Negro star from Los Angeles Bob Harris Win netka Ill and Gay Brewttr Crystal River were tied witli 2063 January of Denver Colo hasn't won a PGA scheduled tour nament since his rookie year in 1956 when he captured the Dallas Centennial This year he had planned to make the Carribean tour but stayed home to collect enough points to make the Masters Tho leaders: ' Don January 676748-263 KJ Barry:on 694945-203 Dave Marr 6541S-71-204 Bob Gualby 63-72-68to5 Charles hiffeirit 65-75-66204 Bob Harris 69-69-63-204 Gai Brewer Jr 68-69-69-204 Joe Campbell 70-71-66-207 Butch Baird 72-7043-40 Don Fairfield 66-69-72-201 DPaauylo Hilaarnsaeny ' 6649-1711-66-:-72-2h2°1 Arnold Palmer 6- 7469--2sIll Billy Casper Jr 72C-63-70-306 Bill Ezinickl 12-71-66-24 Pets Mazur 7072-67-V11 1(26G2oz11: 7171-67-en LAM January 674748-24 FJ 'Jamison 694942-203 Dave Marr 65-68-71-204 Bob Goalby 68-72-08-205 Charles Sitteirit 4 1316811)(!lriabnitveshCH:Ba'aaraBmurriwragPfiiae3ibrenridil 7 r 68466676529-6-:17676:9495-6691146:2 73-8-3-491'2:111222:44' Paul Harney 644142-207 Arnold Palmer 65-7449-44 Billy Casper Jr 70-68-70-34 Bill Ezinicki 12-71-6&-209 Pete Mazur 707247-'20t JC Goozie 71-71-67-209 Johnny Palmer 70-7247-21M Huth Royer 66-72-68-401 Jack Harden 69-71-611409 Walter Burkemo 684972-209 Tony Lem 60-71-72-2t4 - Frank Stranahan 67-7042-30o Mason Rudolph 6542-72-209 Moe Norman 65-74-436-4J0 Chuck Malchasid 74-6844410 Jack Fleck 70-60-714250 Bob Adamson 67-7271-110 Gene Littler 68-7743210 Tom Nieporto 65-69-76-211 CHURCH CAGE LEAGUES END SEASON MONDAY The Chur ch Baskethali Leagues will wind up their 1959 60 season at Central Higls School gyms Monday night witit playoffs for second-half anti season champloruships ing is the schedule: No 1 gym-6 pm Wiedottt Memorial vs Edgewood Baptist (BB second-half championship) 7 pm St Luke's vs Centenary (A-League season champimi ship) 8 pm St Andrew's vs winner of 6 pm game (for- BB season championship) 9 Clifton Hills Baptist vs either Avondale Methodist or First Baptist (for CC seaeon chem pionship) No 2 gym-6 pm Salvation Army ve St Elmo Avenue Bap tist (C-League season champion ship) 7 pm First Baptist vs KC (B-L eague second-ball championship) 8:30 pm Okk wood Baptist vs winner of 7 pm game (for B-League seam on championship) 9:30 pm Brainerd Methodist vs White Oak Methodist (girls' second half championship) - 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