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Palmer, Rosburg Move Into Tie As U.S. Open Enters Second Day Oakrnont. Pa — Arnold Palmer shot a 3-under-par 68 and Bob Rosburg a 69 Fridav for 36-hole totals of 139 and the earlv halfwav lead in the 62nd U.S. Open * Golf Championship. Defending Champion Gene Littler. the first round leader with a 69, was a few minutes away from starting his second round when Palmer fin-« ished with a total that matched the 139 Rosburg had posted an hour earlier on the big green scoreboard flanking the 18th green of 6.874-yard, Billy Maxwell birdied the last two holes for a 35-3S—70 for a 36-hole total of 141. The husky Texan had a scattershot round, with six birdies and five bogles. Nicklaus shot a 35-35—70 after an opening 72. .‘Vnother stroke back, at 143. was Mil-' ler Barber of Rye. X.Y., who sank an 18-foot putt on the last hole for a birdie and a 70 Garv Plaver. the little South Determined Gene Littler blasts first round drive. Journal PAGE 17 ijAp-iarra LINCOLN. NEBRASK.4 FRIDAY. JUNE 15, 1962 African who 3-putted the last green Thursday and still shot • a 71, was making a strong challenge. He played the first 9 holes in a two-under-par 34,, with birdies on the second, 8th | and 9th holes. He nearly; chipped into the cup from in front of the green at the 480- yard. par 5 ninth for an eagle. The ball stopped about 4 inches short and he tapped it in for a birdie 4. Palmer, still driving beau«1 tifulh, didn't have the three-^ putt miseries as he did in Thursday’s first round. He birdied the first hole with a 10-foot putt, the 7th w ith a I 25-footer and the 9th with a| 41-footer. He missed a 4-foot-j er on the 3rd hole. Rosburg sank putts of 3. 4 and 20 feet for birdies on, the front 9, holed a 70-foot I wedge shot from the rough for a birdie deuce on the short but rugged 16th and 1» tapped in a 5-footer for his 5th birdie at No. 17. Young Bobby Nichols, who had shared second place with Rosburg at 70 in the round, also was a late starter. Another huge crowd sw armed over the course, and most of them spent the morning dogging the heels of Palmer and Nicklaus. When they finished, the c r o w d rushed over to No. 1 again to get .set for Littler. Trio Should Have Remained in Bed By United Press International Some days it just doesn't pay to get out of bed and that, in a nutshell, was the kind of day it turned out to be for poor Bo Belinsky. Billy Pierce and Stan Williams. All 3 went through separate ordeals Thursday and their eofiective misfortune would even bring tears to a hobby horse. Belinsky, the good-time-Charlie of the Los Angeles .Angels, had insult added to injury when he was knocked out in the 6th inning by the Minnesota Twins after being fined $250 for some after-hours hi-jinks. Before departing. Bo walked 8 and trailed 3-2. The Angels tied the score in the 7th, tak-1 ing him off the hook, but Lenny Green’s 9th inning single off loser .\rt Fow'ler gave the Twins a 5-4 victory and boosted them within 3 percentage points of the idle first-place New York Yankees. Pierce suffered his second defeat as the Cincinnati Reds blanked the San Francisco Giants, 8-0, on Joey Jay’s 3- hitter, but that wasn’t the worst part of it. Trying to cover first base in the first inning, Pierce, who has been the Giants’ most consistent pitcher with 8 victories, suffered a spike injury by Don Blasingame that required 12 slitehes and ,.cid.a will keep him out of action thi ’ rsh . ay ’ s rksixts for at Ipast 111 riavc lleHimon« 7. RMtoo 4 U Od\S. ^ Minn»*o4« S. Lot .Aotetot 4 Don Larsen relieved Pierce! «»»«hinttoB 4 . ciovrund 3 .\iiieric4iii League X—New York MlnnettRa Cleveland Lo* Aitfelea Detroit Raltimore Chirafo W L 32 n 3c n 32 34 31 ai r, » 31 » 33 » M 24 33 *1 57 Prt. GB Ji»3 'k .m .571 l‘x .544 8 .509 S .483 «'k 475 7 .459 9 4Î1 le 362 13» k Cleveland and yielded a single to Frank i onr/'game» "hediil^** * Robinson that produced t h e t v J**!??""* T“» e* d. Yoni «Terry 7-5> at Reds first run. I toram s-u. aiKbt. The defeat kept the second-1 Mtnnaaoia (Paaeaal 8-31 at Kanaai Cttr (Walker 6-4), ntgiil. Baltimore (Pappat 6-3) at W'atlilMrtea iRudolpli 3>I). Biglil. Los Angeles iMeBrtde 64) at Cliicaga (Wrnn 3-4). nigSt SATl RDAY S G.VMES Minnesota at Kansas City', nlglit. I Los Angeles at Chleago. Boston at Detroit. New Y'ork at Cleveland. Baltimore at Washtngtaa, night. place Giants two games behind the league-leading Dodgers, which brings up the sad plight of Williams. T^e big right-hander started for the Dodgers, could get only one batter out and was chargedjwi^^ Pierce . , . injured. Bo Belinsky Troubles Mount PdfiP 18 National League Ak- 8 ar-Beii Entries Saturdav mning as the Milwaukee Braves coasted to a 7-1 victory. Hank Aaron’s 12th homer with one on was the crusher for Williams. Bob Shaw then went on to hold t h e Dodgers to 6 hits for his 8tli victorx’ in 10 decisions. L im Angrire .. San Francitc* Pi(t»biirgli St. Loai» Cinrinaati Milwaukee HouvtPO Philadelphia Cbiragn New YgBi *- W L 44 21 42 23 35 25 33 25 33 35 29 32 26 34 24 35 » 42 16 40 Prt. GB ! .677 t .64« 2 i .583 f'si .569 7»! , .56» 7»k .47$ IS .433 15»k ,407 n I .323 22't .286 23» 1 1 THl RsDAV S RY>1 LTS PlUaborgb e. Chkaga 3 Milwaukee 7, L« m Angrlea 1 Cinrlnnaki 8, San Franclara 6 Houvton 10, New Y'nrk 2 Only gamea »rhedulrd FRIDAY S GAMES Chicaga (Änderten Ml at New York (H«>tot 4-6), night Heuaton (Bruce 4-1) at Let Aacelet i (Dry »dale )64>, night. Mllwankee (Clentnger 1-1) at Pitt* The Houston Colts beat the I New York Mets, 10-2, and the Pittsburgh Pirates downed the Chicago Cubs, 6-3, in the only other National League games. Washington clipped Cleveland 4-3, Kansas City out-, . , . . scored Chicago, 11-8, and American Ai%iK>€ialioii Baltimore defeated Boston,, 7-4, in the American League. | om»™ ___________________________________l.#«l*vlHe Friday Local Baseball—Optimists v. Columbus, Sherman Field, .7:30 p.m. Auto Racing—Stock cars, Capitol Beach, 8 p.m. State Baseball — Gerr>’s at Beatrice, 8 p.m. National Track— NCAA Championships, Eugene. Ore. Baseball - NC.AA World Series, Texas v, Santa Clara. 8 p.m.. Municipal Stadium, Omaha. Saturday Local Golf-LCC Swingfest. Ice Skating — Pershing Auditorium. l^h Ic M, 3‘30-5:30 and 7-10 p.m. Baaeball—Gerr>’s v. Nebraska City, Shermmi Field. 7;30 pjm. State Ba*eball— NCAA World Series, Municipal Stadium. Omaha. Michigan v. Texas-Santa Clara winner, 8 p.m. Golf — Women’s State Sand Green Tourney, Ord; Father’s D^- Open, Minden. Horse RÌM-ing — Ak-Sar-Ben. Omaha, 2 p.m. National Basel>all— New York v. Cleveland, TV-3. 1 p.m.; Ba«iton Detroit, TV-6 Ic 10, 1:15 p m. Golf—U.S Open. TV-3. 2:304 p.m. Track — NCA.A Champion•hips. Eugene. Ore. OMAHA, NEB. Peel Time, 2 p.m. Flrtl rare, claiming 1 92.500 4« 82.250). (our-ycar-oldt. parte 92.6(10, mile and a tixteenth. Panaxit 109 E»*etU' »106 Sir Gus 113 Mig'i First 111 Vunlay 111 Belter Irm U3 Our Timmie us Miss KeUda 111 l>otta Heart 113 Rrecada 11.1 Cadru 119 Greek Gal xll2 Ais» Gran 113. Jaiaj 11«, Copper Doll 106, John C N 123. .Stardarilj 111. Money Grove 106 --ecoiid race, rlaliniug (82.000). three and up. puree S2.4Wi. 4 lurlana» Mm Cadence 111 Ara» Jaoo 111 Two-Beat 111 Quiviera 1!6 Cold Tatera 116 Case 0Í Boots 111 Dunbar 116 Beber 111 Royal Dave 116 Rasy Beam 116 Foxy Spy 109 NighCs Pic 119 Ala*- Laat Royal Red 116. Wild Beam 111, Jeanie’s Flash 111. Lattle l*hll lie. Sun Ru»h 11«, Oble s Pat 112 Third race, claiming (95.006 4* 94.560). four and up, parse 93 256. 6 furlewgs. Nora’s Find 114 Count of -Nine 117 Lucky Geniiia 119 Peppier x»07 Ma Jonet 112 Sal SUr 117 Genteel Jack xllO Light Headed ,i2 Foarth race, elaiming (95.(M6 la 94.5601. fear and op. parse 93.256. 6 ferlongs. Shipp’s Hill 110 Oech By Goeh 119 Biar, Trumpet 117 .Self Command 112 Blue Safari 109 Remind Dream 109 Phoenix Time 114 Sickle Plow 107 Ro.vaI Look 110 Fifth race, aliowaace, twe-year-etda. paree 93.256. 5 furteag». Wheel and W'hirl 120 Semme 110 „ McKinley Road 120 <Jue Maravilla 117 ,491 f 1 ! Hydro Call 110 Sweet .Straw xl09 .444 8 I Wichita Kid 113 Go Lite 130 .414 16 Diamond Fury I» Muldoon't Lady 114 ' Mr Ufht 120 Waiko Night 120 I Ala» Spanish Sky 113. Sixth race, ftrst divition. ace of «padet marathtm terle« N*. 6 . fear and ap. ctaimiag (92.606i. purse 93.250. mile and a half Mike’s Image 111 Lucky Gay xlOI Tlena xlOl Rock.» J 111 Forgotten Love xl04 Galla Alla 111 Dan Bandage lit Mark Love 111 Riehte Doge 111 , Seventh race, GeM^ge Brandeit Memorial Handicap, three and op. parse 112J66 added, mile asd eew eighth More AbiUty 112 B Zag 112 i Chape Eddie 117 .Spicy 112 Harrisburg won the numeral j jamea io? KSifsa?in plaque offered each vear by ^ university of Ncbrasks track o#. par*« tivOM» i»ii€ »»4 “h par ,%-35—71 Oakrnont Country Club course. I*aliner, after sizzling to a 3-under-par 33 nn the first 9 holes, had his only slip over par on the lOth—when a puU for a par slopped on the lip of the cup. He got that stroke back on the 292-yard, par 4 17th with a powerful drive, a chip to within 2*2 feet and a smooth putt for his birdie. His 22-foot putt for a 67 and the undisputixl early lead stopped about a foot short on the 462-yard, par 4 18th. Rosburg had nailed his 34.35—69 after Thursday’s opening 70 with 5 birdies, including a pair back-to-back on the 16th and 17th holes. He, too, could have had a 68 but went one over par on the long 18th after driving into the rough and hitting his approach short of the green. When Palmer finished, he and Rosburg held a 3-stroke lead over the closest contender among the early finishers. At 142 was powerful Jack Nicklaus, the two-time former National .Amateur champion w’ho IS in his freshman year as a pro. South .Africa’s Gary Player blazed out m a two-under-par 34 with 3 birdies but lost two strokes to par on the 9 holes and finished with a 71 for 142. Second Round Scores U.S. Open spectators use p«'riscopes to help find their favorites in the field. Army Football Program Rapped Washington — Sen. Russell B. (D-La), accused the Militar>' .Academy at West Point Friday of seeking to recruit or “steal away” every potential .All-America football player in the country. He told the Senate it is a scandalous situation and said a full-scale Congressional investigation is in order. Long also complained that .Army had turned down his request for the names of members of Congress appointing West Pointers. He demanded to know “what they are trslng to hide.” Long recalled he testified recently before the Senate .Armed Services Committee on a House-pas.sed bill to strengthen all the service academies. He .said he wanted to make sure it wouldn't be a bill “to augment t h e strength of the football teams at the academies.” He said he told the com­ mittee there was evidence of violations of the system of Congressional appoint ments to the academies. While he said his research w’as largely confined to the situation at West Point he did not “mean to confer any mantle on the other services for I suspect they are equally guilty ” ! With refertMice to West ‘ !*olnl. he said “we have here j a scandalous situation of sub- j stantial proportion. The law is | AO Clean Slates Left in Collefi^e W arid Series; Michifian Tumbles Arnold Palmer Bob Rmburg Billy Max«ell G*nr Plaver ,. Jark Nicklaua Miller Bartwr Dave Doug la* Don Whitt Tommy Jactrtw . Gay Brener Jacky Cupt Frank Boynton Charles Gariena Jay Hehert Jerry Pittman ÌHMUÌ .Sander* Bruce (’rampi on Joe Campbell 71to*~lS9 70-69-139 71 70-141 71-71 -m 72-70 142 7T70- 1 AI 74 70 144 73-71-144 74-71 145 73-72-145 73-72-145 71 75- 146 74 72 -146 75-72 147 7573 147 74-74- 148 75-73-148 78-71-1)9 Si. Unit iSaOeeki 3toi at Ban Franela- ce (O-Dell 74-). nldtt. CinrtiiBaO (Melone» 1-6) at niiladeiph- la (Mahaffey 6-8). nUrhl. SATI RDAY'S GAME.S ClitraCB at Ne«e Yerk. riartnnaU at Philadelphia, atfht. Milnankee at Ptttaburvh. Hottntoa at L«s Antelet, nitht. Leait »4 Saa Fraaeltc*. VI L Prt. GB .... 34 24 .587 ............... 31 26 .544 2Hi 29 27 .518 4 Denver 27 21 Datlaa-Ft. Warth 24 30 Oklahoma City 24 34 THI RSDAY'S RESI LTS Dea«er 3. ladlaaapelts 1 Oklahoma (Tty 4. LoaitviUe I Omaha J, Da!!«* FI. Worth 2. FRIDAY S GAME» Omaha at Dal!a*-Ft. Worth Oklahoma City at LonitvUie. Denver at ladiaaapotU. Track Award To Harrisburg yards Albuquerque 112 Pony Tu) Heiequesi xll3 Cawtopotis Noble Swyn 112 Severn Sweet NTan«y 107 Deer Creek coach Frank Sevigne to the school which wins the most blue and half-blue numerals , . ___ figured against the male en- i ul I rollment on a percentage basis. Harrisburg with 52.3% had more than half of its male enrollment in the winner’s circle. Madrid was a dose second with 52%, McGrew and DeWitt tied for third with 50%. Hastings, Omaha Tech and Scottsbluff led the larger | schools in number of numerals won. 107 117 no 109 XÎ09 Boxing— Bti^aDaMi , TV’-7, 9 p.m. Ntnth race, ciaiminc (92.666). (oar aod •p. Na. 6 in arc of spares mar «than serte«. purse 83.1M. mile and a half, kp^ewood 111 Indian Echo lit Capital Ace 111 Bally Count ill Jurt JJT 111 Fido Pop 111 Mystic Link 111 Abeau Gna 111 AWe Dale 111 Truaty Wave 111 ^.—Apprentice aUowance claimed Ord Will Host Women Golfers T ICO Coaches Will Handle IS IJ Freshmen 1 A new’ emphasis on fresh- i man football at the University I of .Nebraska w’as indicated I with the announcement by coach Bob Devaney Friday of , the coaching assignments of ; his assistants for next fall. John Melton and Cletus Fischer have been assigned to handle the newcomers, (ien- erally, one freshman coach assisted by graduate students has guided the yearlings. The graduate assistants will be available in Tom Osborne and Dallas Dyer. : The Devaney system’ calls I for the freshman to be indoc- i trinated at once in the offense land defense used by the varsity. The first-year players wiU not be useil to demonstrate opponent’s plays and defenses as in the past. The varsity scout squad will handle these assignments. The varsity coaching assignments; Jim Ross, and» and dcfcnajv« baclu Mike Corfan. offeoaive backs Carl Selmer, olfens.ive luie George Kelly, defenalve line Jobn Meltoo. freshman eoacti Cletti* Fwcher. fretoiman line coach Tom Otovorne, graduate jusutaiH. DaUaa I>yer, graduate aasisUnt Omaha iif! — The College World Series is a 3-way knot with .Michigan, victim of mLs- foriune when an easy popup fell safely, drawing the luck of a bye while Texas and Santa Clara battle it out on the edge of elimination. It will be win or get out tonight when Texas and Santa Clara meet at 8 p.m. in the double-elimination NC.A.\ championships with Michigan watching from the grandstand The winner plays being violated and the .Army is covering up the facts. “It seems to me that a full- scale investigation of the entire matter is indicated ’’ Ix)iig said he was outraged at what he said was “un- ashanuHl admission” of the Military Academy’s athletic authorities that they “intend, if ¡Kissible, to recruit, entice or steal away every |x)tential -All-American in the country.” Ix>ng also described as an outrage the Army’s recruiting of “a football coach who had 4 years to run on a 5-year (X)n- tract with another university,” and to “now proceed on a nation-wide recruiting drive to get men who have already signed grants-in-aid to break contracts.” West l*olnt last year hired the highly successful Raul Dietzei from lAJuislana State Santa Clara had it easy, j in the 8th and two more in benefiting from 8 errors and i the 9th. sent Florida State to the side- “There was indecision on 11 niversity. Long has been lines 11-6 the play,” said Lund, ‘it was ; critical of DIetzel and West After the doubleheader end- ■ the third baseman’s ball. That since then, ed, coach Don Lund of Michi- had to be the turning point. | Long charged that it is un- gan picked the lucky envelope After that we just suffered a : pardonable not to reveal the with the bye ticket in it at a iptdow n and thev scored ail names of members of Con- home plate drawing. those runs.” “Well benefit by the day i yjtchigan blew a scoring chance the only time it had a runner on third in the 5th. “They can we take it gress “who are apiiointing these contract-breakers” He said he wanted to know, for example, w’ho “is appoint- off,” said Lund, slug it out while n I K ), 4 B the young man who has Tom Belcher who P‘^fj | Belcher and two walks load- 1 already signed a grant-in-aid .... . . , _ second 3-hitter against j . Belcher ' ^'»"tract with Clemson Col- the Wolverines, last team to j ^^J^h‘San-he losUhe lose in the tourney. Saturday as battling J^ohn Kei^ out the third out. txmi night is the title game. Each survivor has a 3-1 record. w'hen misfortune Texas broke open a scoreless struggle in the 7th inning with a run on a 30-foot pop and rode to a 7-0 victory over Michigan Thursday night. O’Sliea And Mitten Win Capture Scotch Foursome Prelim Ted O’Shea ’and Dave Mitten of Fremont took top honors in the Scotch Foursome preliminary Thursday as the 9th Annual Lincoln Country Club Swingfest got under way. O’Shea and Mitten teamed to post a 71 gross and 64 net. In runner-up positions were Bob Easley and Bob Umg said in that case, ac- K ,,rv cording to the player's moth- struck the Wolverines. Santa Clara tallied 5 un- A Texas runner reached i earned runs in the second and second on a single and a sac rifice that made it two outs broke Florida State’s spirit. The Broncos added 3 more un- in the 7Ui. Gary London hit aid 3 others on pop half way to the mound i^eir own hitting for an 11-« and catcher Joe .Merullo sig- : ^ead by the 7th. Florida State nailed he’d take it for the ! scored 4 times in the 7th and third out. i forced Santa Clara to use its The Wolverine backstop cir-i best pitcher, Bob Garibaldi, cled under the bail while third ! in relief, baseman Harvey Chapman raced in toward it. .Merullo had to lunge and missed the ball as the first Texas run scored. The Ixmghorns opened the floodgates and added 4 runs Taisi «06 660 148—7 12 1 Mirkitan ««« «X» «»-9 J * Belcher and Ixindon. Kerr. .Slushar tl) and Morullo. M Belcher 12-2. L-Karr 8 - 1 . Kanla Clara 652 316 600-1) 11 I Florida Htate »16 «66 406— 6 I# 8 Amrlen, Korbal (7), Garibaldi <7) and Calcaano; Roaa. Farrar (2>, Davis i3>. Echolt <4>, Hawktna <6). Bi-ccaccto (8) and Taaala W—Amrlen 4-1. L-Roa# 3-1. | HR Woodward • mano Husker Smith Named To Baseball 2nd Team Saturday Schedule Pa«ze 18 and Larry Nichols of Auburn. The catcher was Buddy Teagle of Florida State. Schneider and F'letcher are , .... 1 19-vear-old sophomore left- outfielder on the .\ll-.\menca | hinders. .Schneider was signed cdllege baseball team chosen' i,,- Milwaukee Braves for From News Wires Omaha—Steve Smith. University of Nebraska senior, was selected as a second team er the youth “had no m the .Army until the football recruiters arrived on the scene.” Sen. Strom Thurmond (D- SC), earlier this month complained to Army officials that Dietzei was recruiting South Carolina football prospects. He said Dietzei enticed two South Carolina players to attend West Point after they had signed to go to South Carolina University and Clemson. Sen. Kenneth B. Keating (R-NY). backed Long’s de- for an investigation. “We all know there have abuses in appointments to the service academies,” Keating said. He said he was talking not just about West Point but also the Naval Academy and the Air Force .Academy Keating said that, in violation of the law. men are being named to the service academies from districts and states where they don’t side. re- Open Cancelled York—The annual York Open golf tournament slated for June 30-July 1 has been cancelled. The golf committee; ’P®3t championship. She has and the board of directors of ^ ^ state meets Ord — The Nebraska Women’s State Sand Greens golf tournament will be held here at the Ord Golf Club Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Bruce Gilliland is a heavY favorite to win a re* the York Country Club took the action because of the poor condition of the greens. held. It will be a 36-hole meet, 18 holes each day. Haicks^ Packers In Cage Trade Chicago — Frank Lane, former busy baseball trader, made his first deal Thursday as general manager of the Chicago Packers in a two- for-two swap with the St. I Louis Hawks, also in the Na- Itional Basketball .Association. Two pro veterans, .Al Ferrari, 30, and Shellie McMillon, 27. came to the Packers from the Hawks in exchange for Ralph Davis. 24, and another player to be announced later, one of the Packers’ college draftees of this year. Sullivan of Wahoo and the team of Chaunce Kinsey and Jack .Allgaier Sr. of Omaha. both with 65^. The results•A- Ted O’Shtn, LCC, and Dave Mitten, FrnmMH te's-JBoto Eaaley. LCC, and Bob Uv an, \4ahoo; Ctiaunce Kinaey. IXC. and Jack AJUater Sr., Omalia 6to-Bus WKiietoead, UT. and Dick Herman. Omaii«; Dale Caj/ek. LCC. and Ricbard CapaA, Pncbto, Colorado 67-Ted Sick. LCC. and Carlatwi Drake, Evanaton, III.: John Mest, Kan»*» City, Mo., and Robert Bouchard, Kanaaa City, by the .American Association of College Baseball Coaches. Smith, 21, of Lexington, batted .459 for coach Tony Sharpe’s Nebraska club the an estimated bonus of eia>er after winning 13 games and losing one for Arizona. The Detroit Tigers Thursday Ten champions. Dan Schneider of Arizona and Tom Hetph" «f llUnois ; ^ ^ two pitchers signed this week ^ for major league bonuses son. «tocand team! nr»t bate, John Boca,- .AIl-.Amenea team. The first team infield was: Rutaars. »hortaiop. Ray Moyer, 1.4)1 ay- atta. outfield, ribuck KnuUon Tax»». Gate Weidner. Colorado; stevv Smith. -----... IU^A ki W I.tNttIf* N ATION 41 t.EAC.1 E Plaver A Oab G 411 RHPet. Miltiam», Chi62 24252 84347 F Alou S F.58 m Î9 75 341 Mukial St L »6 150 « il 340 T Dxvrt, l \ 63 359 47 »6 533 Cahson. Phil 5« 222 44 ?; K4 Davenport, S F. 61 210 68 354 M Devt*. L A 6072tJ *2 71 123 Flood, S) L56 250 37 m Î20 Altman, dii 57 219 29 78 330 Groat, Put» 60Ï532« •0 317 AMERICAN LE 4«I E Jime(»«, K C 5515825 «7 156 KoPins, Msn 61237O 84 Ï54 Runnels, Boa.56 214 3073 Ml KaluMf, Uet Î-W 32 49 »6 Robmstvei. ChL 57223 3373 liymler. Bai 53 131 3042321 4 Smith. Chi. 48175 a 56 32» Battey. Min501822158 .319 Earatan Ciev. 43 14829 47318 Mebvrn. K C<1 226 44 ?» 310 first baseman Tom Brown of vv ^ h n «« ffrty-Dick'^spMg'tor Jr . LCC. and Maryland, second baseman poc^/»* rr.,, n«,. »a, h .««, ux , i xesas, t h i r d' baseman Tom Moore of Flor -1 and Perry Hm»inaton. (rlingtoo, V'a. T8-A1 Glandt, LCC. and John Glandt, Nehfh; Valle» Voyie». LCC. and Harry Funk. Sawyer AFB. Mkb , Lou Roper. LCC, and Charleo Battey. .North Brook, HI (to'-y-Charle* Whtte. LCC Kcnanee. Ill . and Bill Mi»ell«r, C^altala; Norm Carl- SOB. LDC. and Hugh McDoanell, Gtnaha: Phi! .Vdtiteo. X j OC, and Larry Mc.Arthttr. GrMtav. Coio. datti. Sa John'* (New Yurk*; iocoad ida and shortstop Ernie Fazio, >>*»«; -»'* Hauua. «e»t \ir»m»a thmi ot Santa Clara. The outfield, i S’«; K w.nî:;‘ oï.h:,,:.Vi. ers were Larry Thomas Ohio University, Archie •at- 1 field, Milano Parma. Air Force . B <fe ” Yaleaenie, Ithaca. Joe !ik*w«ir. Yruona, catcher. Jo«l tNnkham. Harvard, pitch Moore ot Springfield, Mass.. ii’.'.«'sJi"- M' l-ainL Star Warren Christensen, state high school record holder in the mile run. will attend the Uruversiiy of Nebraska ih;s fall. .Nebraska trax’k v\>ach Frank Sevigne anmHmcet.i Friday. ChristensA'n is from .Maywood. His record is 4:24.9

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