ALiUN altimore Regains American Lead / X anks Split tyith Tribe; Sox Win By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer Jim Gentile, a conditional pur- Chase from Los Angeles last fall, to showing the Baltimore Orioles ^ bow to take charge of the Anteri '} Can League. ' Gentile's seven runs batted in ( .Sunday helped the Orioles regain "first place by a one-game margin tf over the New York Yankees. His three hits in five at bats sent him into first place in the league batting race at .347 with a 10- poinl edge over Boston'* Pete Runnels. The slugging lirst baseman is right up there in RBI too with 49, good for second place. •The former Dodger farmland wasr't the whole show in Baltimore's success story. Chuck Estrada, a young rookie right-hand- el, had a no-hitter going for seven innings and wound up with a two- bitter in the Orioles' 9-2 victory over Kansas City. . New York faltered after Whitey Ford had pitched the Yank* to a 6-2 first-game victory over Cleveland with a four-hitter. Despite Roger Maris' two home runs and 4 RBI s the Indians won the second 7-6 in 11 innings on an error by Maris. After the games, Jimmy Piersall, high MtNOSO BLOWS UP CHICAGO — Chicago White Sox'* umpire called him out again—out of ._.i_ »»i-*—.._ i n\ _—i¥_j ^^A ^—. _* AL*» MMMMM . nl««. «..*.« «.*• Al QMA 141*'M ft«s Minnie Mlnoso ;(0) called out on attempt to score in seventh inntog against Boston, jumps up and down In a rage at decision of umpire John Rice. The the game. Play came on Al Smith's fly to right field and Gary Gelger's throw to catcher. Chicago won game, 7 to 6, in 12th inning. (AP Wirephoto) Snead Misses Title, But U.S. Wins Canada Cup PORTMARNOCK; Ireland CAP) — Arnold Palmer, who teamed with Sam Snead in winning the Canada Cup golf trophy for the Snead of White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., passed up the centenary of the British Open starting July 4, because of business commit-j l) a" Jackson's Nips Thurmer's, 2-1; Picks Up Three United States, left for Scotland to- j ments at home. day with some new shots In his buy, and hopes of adding thr Brit- strung Cleveland outfielder, wasjjsh Open to his American Open sent home tor an indefinite rest and Masters titles. The Chicago White Sox, awakening from their springtime slumbers, looked like defending champions once more in taking a pair from Boston, the first gently 4-3 and the second with a sledge hammer 21-7. "It's the first time I've played a course like this one. I've learned a lot of new shots — allots I've never played before in my life. "I'm taking them with me to St. Andrews for the British Open." Washington sent the fifth-place Detroit Tigers reeling under a double defeat 4-2 and 7-4 with three former Tigers—Don Lee, Bill Fischer and Reno Bertoia— making major contributions. Maris had done all he could to keep the Yanks in the second game after Ford had won the opener from Ted Bowsfield before 57,261, the largest American League crowd of the year. Maris hammered his 21st and 22nd homers and got a run-scoring single. However, with Hank Folles on first and two out, he let Bob, ,.,,,.,, : Hate's pinch double roll past himr To P * n 1| * MI **^ sc ^ S J n , while the winning run scored in International Trophy and" Canada The Canada Cup tournament was decided Sunday over the 7,903-yard Portmarnock links on the edge of the Irish Sea, and it was a new experience to the Latrobe, Pa., golfer. "It's been entirely different playing this course," Palmer, 30, said. Snead, Palmer 2-4 at Ireland PORTMARNOCK, Ireland (AP) Snead had the individual title in his pocket at the start of the last day of the four-day tourna- ROXANA -The Jackson soft- won three games here over the weekend. On Saturday night, Jackson's dumped the Springfield Athletic Club in a doubleheader and in ment. Then he blew to a 75 and j a single garne Sunday, Jackson's Belgian socialite Flory van Donck slipped through and collected the crown. Van Donck finished with a 6871-70-70—279 for the four rounds. Then he nervously waited for 90 minutes while Snead completed his round. Snead needed a 72 to win. .He edged Thurmer's qf St. Louis 2-1 in a nine inning game. In the first game of, the doubleheader against Springfield, Jackson's scored a 4-3 win. Turner of Jackson's drove-in the winning run in the eighth inning. went out in 36 and looked likelyi i n tn e second game, Jackson the llth. Billy Pierce drove in two runs and held Boston to five hits in Chicago's opening victory. Early Wynn coasted home in the second. Lee pitched four-hit relief ball after Pedro Ramos hurt his right elbow in Washington's first game triumph. Ray Moore bailed out Fischer in the second game and Bcrtoia .had two hits in each game, including a two-run homer in the second. Fight Results Havana — Pedro Miranda, 147, Cuba, knocked out Wilfredo Hurst, Cuba, 4. Kingston, Jamaica — Jimmy Beecham, 160, Miami, stopped Alan Harmon, 159, Jamaica, 4. Cup golf matches Sunday: Flory Van Donck, Belgium, 6871-70-70-279 Sam Snead. • White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., 71-68-67-75-281 Harry Weetman, England, 75-7068-71—284 Arnold Palmer, La trobe, Pa., 69-71-75-6^-284 Eric Brown, Scotland, 70-72-7173-286 Christy O'Connor, Ireland, 73-6873-72-286 Peter Thomson, Australia, 7369-69-75-286 Roberto De Vicenzo, Mexico, 73-70-72-72—287 Gerry De Wit, Holland. 74-6973-72—288 Mario Gonzalez, Brazil, 74-7074-70-288 to do it. Then he blew to a 39 on the last nine and the title belonged to the Belgian. The United States took the team title with a total of 565, England was second with 573, Australia third with 574, Ireland fourth with 575 and South Africa fifth with 578. Cards Return Home Tuesday ST. LOUIS (AP)—The St. Louis Cardinals return to Busch Stadium Tuesday night for the first time since June 12, ending a road trip in which they at least broke even. In the two previous road jaunts, the Redbirds came out on the short end, including the horrible 0-5 start on the West Coast. In all, before leaving this timp, the Cards had a U-18 record on the road. This trip ended 7-7, so their season road record now stands 1H- 25. Sunday, the Cards split a doubleheader with the Philadelphia Phillies. In the ninth inning of the night- Soviet Girl Shows Strong Game Against Darlene Hard WIMBLEDON. England (AP)— bring a larger team next year if bats came alive as they scored a 10-1 win. Bob Johnson was the winning hurler, allowing only four hits and the one run. Thurmer's of St. Louis, prior to the game against Jackson's, had won 22 games and lost only two. The two losses came against Aurora, the World Champions. Jackson's supplied the third loss of the season. , Johnson, Jackson hurler, pitched superb ball and held tTie vaunted Thurmer squad to four hits, one of which was a home run in the fourth inning by Stagsbill. Johnson struck out six. Jackson's big base knocks were supplied by Glenn Wlntjen and Wayne Simpson, each with a triple. Jackson's scored its two runs In the first inning and Johnson protected the lead for the nine Innings. . ' Jackson's now has won eight out of its last nine games and will meet the Alton Chiefs Wednesday night at Wood River. Pirates Falter, But Retain Lead By JACK HAND Associated tttm Sports Writer Once in a great while a baseball game looks like a sure thing. A hit hit first homer of the year with two on for a 4-3 victory. The Cubs Just barely made a 7-2 lead stand up in the ninth In- Chiefs Grab Three of Four On Weekend JACKSONVILLE—The Alton Jackson Chiefs split a double- h/eftder with Jacksonville State Hospital here Saturday night, losing the first game, 2-1, but' coming back to win the second, 8-4, Cliff Wisdom was the losing hurler for the Chiefs in the first game, allowing five hits. The winning run scored in the bottom of the seventh. McNeely was the winner, giving up three hits. Jim Carey had a double for the Chiefs. , , , In the second game Dean had lost nine straight. Just 1 to put two more in the second game *"j calvln hurled th , , th the lock on it. the game, were toidrion over Law. Mark Freeman °£? ^ th « wj " '« < h * can't mis* proposition like tnge-ining of the first game with the mar Johansson over Floyd Pat-1 Pirates. Ernie Banks' run-scoring terstm last week. Or Patterson double off the left field score- over Ingo last year. The mire thing was alt ready tor the picking Sunday. Pittsburgh, leading the National League, was playing Chicago, the last-place team. The Pirates had two of the best pitchers in the league going for mem, Bob Friend (9-3) going into the doubleJieader and Vern Law (11-2). The Cubs [board in the top of the ninth proved decisive. The Pirates came back with four in the last 6f-the ninth, including a record-tying llth pinchhit homer by Smoky Burgess with a man on. Rookie Ron Santo, Just called up from Houston, delivered a double and single in the opener, driving In three runs and knocked in be played in Pittsburgh. 'and Seth Morehead were the Chi So what happened? The Cubsjcago winners, turned on the Pirates and beat them twice 7-6 and 7-5. Even the Pirates could afford to enjoy the irony of it all. Their league lead hardly was touched. Second-place Milwaukee also lost, bowing to Los Angeles 63 and third-place San Francisco also fell before Cincinnati 10-4. As a result Pittsburgh dropped only a half game and still leads by three full games. The best pitching effort of the day was turned in by the Phillies' John Buzhardt who settled down after a shaky start and held St. Louis hitless for 9 2-3 innings of a 12-innlng 3-2 victory. The Phils' Chris Short had a 3-1 lead going to the ninth of the second game only to have the Cards' Hal Smith had doubles for the winners. FIRST GAME Chief* (1) Jacksonville (2) Player AB R H Player Cun'ham 200 Asbell Chiefs, giving up five hits while the Chiefs collected eight Howard, Los Angola', °« V.nyard. The Chiefs scored storied rookie, hit two homers and | lhree times ln the first innin « knocked In four runs in the defeat | an d « w 'ce In the second. Calof Milwaukee. Johnny Podres wasjvln, Carey and Gary Schlllinger in control as the Dodgers finished off Lew Burdette in three innings, snapping his five-game winning streak. Bob Purkey gave up 11 hits, the most damaging a homer by Orlando Cepeda, but the Cincinnati sluggers bombed Jack Sanford and three successors for 12 hits including a homer by Wally Post. Burimrdt gave up a run in the first inning and a lead-off homer | Chjefs to Joe Cunningham in the second, j He didn't allow another hit until) Stan Musial singled with two out in the llth. Tony Gonzalesz' homer won the opener in the 12th. Carey Plarskl Ebbler Schll'ger 3 o 1 Hovey 300 Waltrlp 200 Furlong 200 Oldenette Burmester 3 0.0 Coonrod Stewart Chappell Wisdom 3 0 1 Stewart 1 1 I Dec 1 0 0 McNeely AB R H 3 1 3 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 1 3 0 200 200 300 tm ttw Sportllte fcy JACK BANIAN 9p«rto Contrary to normal drinking by many, the country club set some' times is composed of some very nice people and before the wnofce settles from last week's action at Lockhaven, the scene of the*1960 Illinois Women's State Amatuer Golf Tournament, a few words need to be said. If ever an organization went out of its way to be cordial and extend complete courtesy to visitors, Lockhaven will have to take top honors. Before the tourney started, there were some doubts about the ability of Lockhaven of being able to By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Baltimore 41 27 .603 New York 37 25 .597 1 Cleveland 35 27 .565 3 Chicago 36 30 .545 4 Detroit 31 32 .492 7V4 Washington 28 34 .452 10 Kansas City 26 39 .400 13}i Boston 22 42 .344 17 Sunday Results Totals 20"71 Totals 22 ll! New York 6-6, Cleveland 2-7 INNING: i 2 3 4 a 6 7 R H E1 2n d. game 11 innings Jacksonville 000001 0—1 3 010000 1—2 S Doctor Orders Jim Piersall To take Indefinite Rest Jackson's (2) Player AB R H Wlntjen. Watkins Turner Mltz 4 0 1 Tlghe 4 1 0 Batn 4 1 1 Kenheck 3 0 1 Furrer 3 0 1 Stogsdlll 300 Wilson 300 Rewczuk Thurmer's (I) Player AB R H Soviet tennis officials are strol- the Wimbledon ling around the Wimbledon rourts ihave them." committee will cap, with two men on base, i Smith hit his first home run he season to give the Cards a <J-3|£ 'ictory. The Phils needed ft in-j nings to win the opener, rookie j To(a|s Tony Gonzales hitting the decisive! ^INNINO home run. '• Jackson Dist. Ernie Broglio was the losing rlnal GAME 400 3 0 1 400 300 I 1 0 1 0 0 .'I 0 1 Lansen'rf 300 3 0 1 Allen t 0 0 Kraus 301 30 2 6 Totals 33 ~T~4 123 456 789 A H E 000 100 000—1 4 0 200 000 OOx—2 6 1 with smiling faces—and talking of the day when a Russian will win a title. Miss Dmitrieva, her face lignt- IK up with smiles whenever she made a good shot, took the first Anna Dmitrieva, a dark-haired sot 7-5 in the fourth round mati-h 19-year-old, has put Russia on the tennis map. She is out of the women's singles, beaten by the No. 2 seed, Friday. Miss Hard won the second B-2, but rain stopped the play and the American girl was kept in suspense until Saturday before Darlene Hard of Montebello, shc could bo sure of Paying in Calif., in the fourth round. But be- the quarterfinals. She took the Cardinal pitcher in the first game jm-kson's ot> and the winner in the second. The! Player AB R H , i wintjen first time out he relieved Larry Fincher Springfield (3) Player AB R H I 0 Lokaltts 412 Jackson. In the second contest he followed Bob Gibson and Bob Duliba to the mound. Yesterday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Waikins Metz Simpson Barro Turner Overby Johns Johnson 4 1 1 Voorhees 3 1 i 4 I 1 Patterson 400 300 Maslon'kl 4 0 1 3 0 1 Thompson 3 1 1 400 Vasconcell 4 0 1 4 I 2 Gates 400 302 Besa 200 Swingler i o o 3 0 4 0 Totals 32 INNING: 4 7 Totals 33 3 8 12345678 RHE set fore she bowed out she gave the American Wightman Cup star one The second wwk of the tour-.home runs in 9-2 of the biggest frights she has wer nameilt starts today with six I Kansas City. Batting - Jim Gentile, Oriole. *%>££*£ 3 o o o o o o 0-3 « 3 drove in seven runs, major league < jhjgh for the BOSTON (AP) — Jim Piersall, Cleveland's high-strung outfielder, was bewildered by a doctor's order that he take a rest to soothe his jangled nerves. "It's a complete shock to me," the Cleveland firebrand said Sunday night. "I don't really understand it." Piersall, who spent part jf 1952 n a suburban Boston hospital after a nervous breakdown, said he had no idea when he may return to the team. "I'll just wait until I hear from Mr. Lane (General N Manager Frank Lane)," he said. Dr. Don Kelly, the Indians' team physician, advised the rest after Piersall was ejected from the second game of a double- Moose Captures Two Games Over Weekend season, with two victory over' had. "We never thought any of our players would progress that ftr," said the Russian team manager, Semen Belitz-Geiman. "We are still beginners at tennis. We came here to gain experience. This Is visible progress. We have mdre good players in the Soviet Union and are ready to places settled in the quarter-finals of the men's singles. Seven quar- in the SECOND CAME Jackion's (10) Springfield (1) Player AB K H Player AB R H Wintjen 4 :• 2 .Lokaltls 3 0 I Waikins - •• - -. , , , . _ , j - 433 Vorhees 200 Pitching — John Buzhardt, Phil- I'ncher 4 0 1 Patterson 3 0' 0 Mltz lies, pitched 9 2-3 hitless inning | Simpson during 12-inning first game victory over S. Louis 3-2. 3 2 0 U Gates 0 0 Masllnski 1 1 Thompson 300 3 0 1 Roxana Rangers Lose by II'7 New Names, Marks Dot Record Book After AAU Overbv 6th I 1 1 Moore 300 i/.umwalt 2 I 1 Besa 300 i Turner 332 Swinsler 1 0 0 Johnson 3 0 1 Vasconcell 3 0 I Totals 29 10*12" Total* 27 T "4 INNING: 1234567 RH Sham ck A. C. 0001000 14 Jackson Dist. :i 0 1 5 o 'i x—10 12 Norb's Splits With Vtmdalia Elks Capture Three Games The Alton Elks Khoury baseball team won three games over the weekend. Saturday the Elks won from Southwest Kiwanis at St. Louis, 6-5. Tom Jones was the winning pitcher, striking out 15. He had two hits including a triple in the last inning and scored the deciding run on Bob Jones' fourth straight hit. Danny Gantz also had a double and triple for Elks. Sunday the Elks won two league games, beating Mount Olive, 12-0, and Benld, 10-0, at East Junior. Bob Jones pitched a no-hitter for Elks in the first game, his second of the season, as he permitted two baserunners. Bev Terry and Gantz hit homeruns to lead the attack. In the second game Gantz and John Dorman divided the pitching and allowed Benld twoj y"^"^',^^ 4 hits. Danny Woof had a triple lor the winners. Tuesday the Elks host Granite City Mercers at 6 p.m. at North Junior field. Friday they are at Granite City. Saturday the Elks host strong H. & R. Freight of St. Louis at East Junior beginning at 2:30 p.m. header with the Yankees in Cleveland. Piersall left immediately and didn't know of the decision until he arrived in Boston to visit his family in suburban Newton. "This was a big series," he said. "I always play hard against the Yankees." SECOND GAME Chiefs <«) Jacksonville (4) Player AB R H Player AB R H Cun ham 3 0 Carey 3 Plarskl 2 Ebbler 3 Calvin 3 Burmester 3 Schil'ger 3 0 Stewart 2 1 Asbell Hovey Gross Waltrlp Furlong 3 1 1 3 1 1 3 1 0 3 0 1 3 0 Oi Oldenettle 311 Coonrod 200 Stewart 3 0 Ol Chappell 1 0 0 Vinyard 301 Totals 23 6 8 Totals 26 4 5 INNING: 1234567 RHEl Chiefs 320001 0-^6 g 1 | Jacksonville 200001 1—4 5 t SPRINGFIELD—The Chiefs picked up two wins here Sunday night, winning a twin bill from Shamrock A. C. In the first game Archie Crotchett pitched for the Chiefs, giving up six hits. Shamrock scored three times in the first Pittsburgh Baltimore 9, Kansas City 2 Chicago 4-21, Boston 3-7 Washington 4-7, Detroit 2-4 Monday Games Washington at Baltimore (N) Only gamg «cheduled Tuesday Games Kansas City at New York (N) Detroit at Boston (N) Cleveland at Baltimore (N) Chicago at Washington (N) Saturday Result* Cleveland 4, New York 1 Baltimore 11. Kansas City 2 Washington 6, Detroit 4 (14 innings) Chicago 7, Boston 6 (12 innings) National League W. L. Pet. G.B. He was thrown out of the Kame[ inning . The chiefs collected 12 Milwaukee for disputing a call by Umpire | nlts off gwingler and scored San Francisco Hank Soar after he unsuccessfully j four attempted to steal second base. Jim has been at odds with urn-! runs in the second frame. st - Louis Don Plarski got three hits (Cincinnati • for the winners including a!Los Angeles Philadelphia pires since early May. He hasi, . , ... _ . _ . f. been arguing with opposing P lny.l lnple whlle Bob Cunningham, ers and has a running verb-il and sign battle going with the official scorer. In one of his more widely publicized incidents, he threw • a ball at the Chicago White Sox' fancy Scoreboard. 41 24 36 25 36 31 32 34 31 34 30 34 27 '39 each collected two 'hits. Schillinger had two doubles and Burmester one. In the second game Wisdom was the winner and Greenwall the loser. Springfield outhit the Chiefs, 11-7, but couldn't bunch them. Ralph Ebbler had two hits for the Chiefs. Plarski hit a three-run homer in the second as the Chiefs scored four Alton Moose 951 baseball j Umes Palterson and Bejo had team won two games over the; homers for Springfle , d weekend. Saturday at Jersey ville the Moose whipped First Baptist Braves, 10-5, behind the pitching of VonHatten and Johns. Veltum had three hits for the winners. Sunday, Moose defeated Hellrung's 1.3-14-year-olds, 4-2, behind the pitching of Baiter, who struck out nine. Veltum led Moose again with two hits. Rogers hit a homer for Hellrung. Three I League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday Result* Lincoln 11. Sioux City 8 Des Moines 5, Topeka 1 Green Bay 9, Burlington 1 thp ; FIRST GAME lne ' Springfield «S) Chief* (8) * Player AB R H Player AB R H Okaitls Brltton Patterson Mas'ski Voorhees Gates Thompson 300 Sch'ger Beja ----Swingler 422 Cun'ham 2 1 1 Carey 2 0 1 Plarskl 300 Ebbler 3 I 1 Calvin 3 1 2 2 1 0 3 1 1 300 S 0 1 .631 — .590 3 .537 6 .485 '9Vs .477 ' 10 , .489 lO'/a .409 14V 2 handle a major tourney so early in its existence. first el an, the etmm to «to JLU.& ••^•Mft "••*•* HTC yQBfi ota omM tart » coarse may net be ta etaf* < it may be toe eaejr es me (few have Mt had tine to devetep te make the course tougher. Secondly, Lockhaven was holding its first tournament and the inexperience could be a definite handicap. Thirdly, many of the members may resent giving up the facilities in order for the tourney to be held. But Lockhaven members, showing true hospitality listened to advice and extended every facility in order to make the affair a success. Local co-chairmen, Mrs. H. G. Wlckenhauser and Mrs. P. J. O'Neill, listened quietly to all advice by the Illinois Women'* Golfing ASM. and went to work. The success depended upon everyone cooperating to the fullest extent. Lockhaven President Glennon Jackson, Golf Pro Lou Miller and other members helped the affair get off on the right foot. The regular members had to | give up all of their priviliges for a week and this they did so without any qualms. All of Lockhaven's facilities were placed at the disposal of the contestants and guests. The women on the local committee worked hard and long prior and during the tourney and club manager Karl Munzel was able to handle the largest crowds without any trouble. Mmuel proably had one of * the toughest jobs, the feeding of the largest crowds that would come in at a moment's notice, which he did without a hitch. As a result of the hard work and the sacrifice by the members, Lockhaven truely earned the name as one of the nicest clubs where lady golfers have held their tourney. The entire Alton area benefited from the hospitality shown by Lockhaven. BEST QUIPS Ofr THE TOURNAMENT — Some lady golfers who arrived from Scott Field Monday Chicago •25 37 .403 14 l /a' to tee °^ in tlle tourney wondered what they were doing-'there in the first place. One of the group said after see- Sunday Results Chicago 7-7, Pittsburgh 6-5 Los Angeles 6, Milwaukee 3 Cincinnati 10, San Francisco 4 Philadelphia 3-3, St. Louis 2-4 (1st game, 12 innings) > Monday Games No games scheduled Tuesday Games San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N) Milwaukee at Chicago Cincinnati at St. Louis (N) Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N) , Saturday Results Pittsburgh 7, Chicago 6 • San Francisco 5, Cincinnati 2 Milwaukee 4, Los Angeles 2 St. Louis 1, Philadelphia 0 ing the large welcoming banner stretched across the club house which read "Welcome IWGA Golfers" said, "Now I know what I'm doing here—that IWGA means Idiots with Golfing Ambitions." Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Buenos Aires —Federico Thompson, 147, Argentina, outpointed Charlie (Tombstone) Smith, 146'/4, Los Angeles, 10. 300 Burmester 322 aoo Chappell 311 Crotchett Smith Stewart 422 2 1 1 400 2 0 1 I 0 0 Totals 26 5 6 Totals 33 8 12 JNNING: 1234567 RHE Chiefs Shamrock 042101 0—8 12 2 310010 0—5 6 3 Pritton Patterson Mas'ski voorheei Gates _ TT. /-.•.• .,£./-, j « •-, * n Thompson 000 Schll'ger Fox Cities 2-6, Cedar Rapids 1-2 < Beta 3 1 1 Chappell Sunday Results Greenwall 3 1 2 ftudom Topeka 5, Des Moines 1 Burlington 7, Green Bay 5 Fox Cities 14. Cedar Rapids 7 SECOND GAME Springfield (7) Chlefi (II) Player AB R H Payer AB R H Okaltis 422 Smith .120 3 0 1 Carey 231, 4 1 2 Plankl 4 J a! 4 1 1 Ebbler 512, 300 Calvin Sill 312 Burmester loo! 4111 3 1 o :i 0 0 2 0 Oi Cun'ham ill' split A ciia- ! BAKERSF1ELD. Calif. (AP) — A meet record in the 3,000- New names and marks went into meter steeplechase, by Phil due- the track and field record book man. Chicago Athletic Club — today ai attention turned toward 8:53.6 (old mark, 8:57.3, Chailoy. ST. LOUIS — The Murphy Stanford University for the next (Deacon) Jones in 19581. Tenge Ramblers defeated the; pre-Olympic Games action. i A meet mark equallt'd in the 400' Roxana Rangers 11-7 in a The National AAU Champion- 1 meters — by Otis Davis, Or. 1 Khoury League Intermediate ships records registered here Sat-jgon Emerald Club — :45.8 tset by League (17-19-year-olds) at urday night: I Tom Courtney in 19561. Fairground Park Sunday. An American and meet mark in The fierce finish between Cole- Wai ly Heinz started on the the hop, step and jump, by Ira man and Jones in the steeple- mound for Roxana but was Davis of the Philadelphia Pioiuvr chase, with Colentan regaining! shelled for eight hits and seven club — 53 feet, 4'« inches, (old the lead and the victory in the! runs and had to be relieved by American mark 52-5^, by Al An-!final stride. j^ wa home Ed Parsons in the fifth. dri-ws in 1959; old meet mark, And the cozy stride-for-stride , th : _, the Va ndqiia Heinz had a big day at the 30-11«... by Louisiana State Univw- run by Bill Dellinger and Jim , * bounred bach wit!i a 6* plat*, getting three for four in- sil>'s Billy Brown io 194K. Beatty in the 5,000 meters. The wjn NlcktlaU(i allowed only five eluding a home run with a man A meet record in the LSOO-melw lads said later Beatty more or hits ' ,„ Kainin ., , he decision un in the seventh inning. run. by Jim Givii, Oregon Eniei- less urged Dellinger to go on and \ 0 , b \ w jii host ShiDman To- The game was called at the aid Athletic Assn - 3:42.7 t.-.ld win because he was the defending ^ a , Heni ... St ne xt Fridav innings due to turn-. 3:47.5. by D.vroJ Burirs-jni, ch^npiu/i. But Dellinger declined - „ Norb's NorlliMtl double header with Merchants in a header played at Henry niDiid Saturday night. In Ihe first game. Tom Mar- Iquis hurled the Northsider team i to 12-5 win. Marquis allowed ionly six hits. i Norb's powered 11 hits, two Dickerson end of seven time iOregon, last >ear> the sporting offer. It appeared; Yankee Bill Skouron made Roxana now has won 2 and A m«;et record in the discus, bytthey even hoped for a ti*. 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