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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1980 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FlCTEIfiN ARCHERY CHAMPIONS Here are the Unlwah Archery Club winners who competed in an invitational tournament Sunday. Front row, left to right, Mrs. J. Chrfotensen, Mrs. William Wolff, Mrs. N. Hall, Mrs. J. Drake, M. Jones and <f. McKay. Sec* ond row, left to right, W. Hill, Bill Wolff, Don Compton, C. Deckard, John Evans, George Habanek and Butch Bujnak. Two Top Matmen Clash For Spot in Olympics STILLWATER. Okla. — Ameri- UniwahHosts Invitational The Uniwah Archery dub held an Invitational Tournament Sunday at which two 400 shooters, Virgil Gibson and Don Kiel, ca'« two best 160% pound Olym- competed in the meet. George Habanek of East SL Louis was in his usual form by going from the 325 class to the 400 class to win top honor* in the tourney. Butch Bujnak won two 20 pins, one on the 40 yard target and one on the 45 yard. Don Compton won a 20 pin on the 40 yard target. Men's results: Vir- 400 — George Habanek, gli Gibson and Don Kiel. 325 — Bill Wolff and Butch Bujnak. 250 — W. Hill, Ray Gedeminski and M. Shelton. 175 — Don Compton, Al Bayer and T. Chrismer. jpic wrestlers—both north central Southpaws Lead In Horseshoes MUNCIE, Ind. (API-Two left- handers led early qualifiers today for the World and National Horseshoe Pitching Tournament. .Some of the top pitchers were still to take the courts today and Thursday, but they faced a touttfi job in dislodging Don Pitcomb of Los Gatos, Calif., from the lead. Pitcomb threw 180 ringers out! of 200 shoes for 536 points Tuesday to take the early lead. Ctrl 100 — C. Deckard, C. Williamsjsteinfeldt of Rochester, N.Y., hid for a one-two left-hander finish with 176 ringers and 538 points. The 36 top scorers after the four-day qualifying session will! and Al Tieman. Free style — J. Evans and H. Hall. Women's results: 225 — J. Christensen 175 — M. Hall 75 — J. Drake. Free Stoyle — Pearl Wolff. Intermediates — J. McKay Juniors — M. Jones League Leaders Oklahoma boys — meet once again tonight with a trip to Rome in th«> balance. Phil Kinyon of Stillwater challenges second-ranked Doug Blubaugh from nearby Ponca City in the feature match of the U.S. Olympic team eliminations. In six 'matches under fhe Olympic style they have drawn six times, almost all of them low scoring affairs. When they met in high school days, Blubaugh had a slight edge. Both are extremely fast. Kinyon probably is the better counter wrestler while Blubaugh keeps boring straight in, looking for an advantage. Since there is room on the squad for only one 160V& pound free-styler, they must wrestle until there is some decision. They will keep coming back for matches this week until one of them mkes Jt Accident Takes Life of Vaulter CAMP PENDLETON, Calif (AP)—Handsome Bob Gutoynki, 25, dndprella-like hero of the 1956 Olympics and official world pole vault record holder, was killed in a head on auto collision Tuesday. The modest silver medal winner at Melbourne died instantly in the wreck at this Southern California Marine Corps base. Officials said Gutowski, a Marine lieutenant, was driving to his home on the base when a car on the wrong side of the street slammed into his auto. The driver of the other car, also a Marine, was killed. In 1957, Gutowski sailed 15 feet 8H inches to beat Cornelius Warmnrdam's mark of 15-7% that had stood for 15 years. Gutowski's record was bettered last month by Don Bragg, who vaulted 15-9^4 in the Olympic trials at Palo Alto, Calif. Gutowski, bothered all season by leg injuries, failed to make the team. Characteristically, he made another bid for an Olympic berm in the gruelling 10-event decathlon, but finished well down the list. Death of the 6-foot, 150-pounder stunned the Olympic team, prepping for Rome at Covina. 'As far as I'm concerned he's still the world record holder," said an emotion-choked Bragg, whose pending record probably will erase Gutowski's frbm the record books. Bragg referred to Gutowski's magnificent vault of 15-9% in 1957 that was rejected as a record because his pole was wind-blown back into the sawdust pit. Sonny Listen Jump§ Up To Top in Ring Ratings NEW YORK (AP) - Sonny LIs- ton's three-round knockout of Zora Foltey July 18 moved the Philadelphia belter Into the top chal lenger's position behind Heavy weight Champion Floyd Patterson in the monthly Ring Magazine ratings released today. Liston also was named "figV'er of the month." His setback by Liston in Denver GOLFING --&• NOTES At Lockhaven Country Club Tuesday two women shared first place in the Victory Tournament 'or low net for 18 holes. They Broglio Gains 13th Decision ST. LOUIS (AP)-Ernie Broglio's stout right arm pitched the St. Louis Cardinals into third place Tuesday night as the Redbirds extended their winning streak to five games with a 4-2 victory over the Milwaukee Braves at St. Louis. Broglio gave up five hits in boosting his record to 12-5 for the season. He was a little erratic at imes, but tough when he had to be. In the fourth inning Broglio oaded the bases with walks—then struck out the side without a runner crossing the plate. He needed help from Lindy McDaniel in the ninth. And he got it. The Redbirds' relief ace struck out two of the three men he faced. Ken Boyer hit his 22nd home run in the fifth,and doubled in another run as the Cardinals tagged Carlton Willey with the loss. Willey is now 5-6. Julian Javier, Redbird second baseman, stole home ahead of Boyer's round-tripper in the fifth. dropped Folley into fourth place. Eddie Machen of Portland, Ore., advanced to second and Inpetnar Johansson, the former titleholder from Sweden, climbed to third. Mike DeJohn of Syracuse, victor over Welshman Dick Richardson, moved into the No. 6 spot among the tog boys and Bob Cleroux of Montreal, kayo conqueror of Roy Harris, gained ninth place. Ex-welter weight King Virgil Akins of St. Louis was dropped from the first 10. He was replaced by Emile Griffith of New York. Ralph Dupas of New Orleans zoomed into third place among the 147-pounders. Don Jordan's loss to Denny Mayer dropped the former welter king from Los Angeles down to fifth while Mo^er, from Portland, Ore. advanced to fourth. Veteran Cisco Andrade of Compton. Calif., by his stunning knockout of Battling Torres of Mexico, regained a place among the lightweights, taking over sixth. Torres was dropped to seventh. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Miami Beach, Fla.—Vince Martinez, 149, Paterson, N.J., stopped Frankie Belma, ISO'4, Los Angeles, 5. New Bedford, Mass.—Ike Chestnut, 130, New York, outpointed Paddy Read, 130, Providence, R.I. 10. t Honolulu—Yama Bahama, 151, Bimini, West Indies, outpointed Stan Harrington. 153, Honolulu, 10. Oriole Staff Befuddles Sox CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago White Sox were knocked out of first place in the American League race Tuesday when they dropped a 6-2 decision to Baltimore. The New York Yankees, meanwhile, took the league lead by a full game over the Sox by tripping Detroit twice by 3-2 scores In games of 14 and 10 innings. Once again the V/hite Sox could do little against Baltimore pitch- Ing. Roy Sievers slugged his 21st homer off Steve Barber, a rookie left-hander, but the Orioles ripped Billy Pierce for three runs in the fifth. Baltimore clinched it on Gus Triandos' three-run homer in the sixth inning. Pierce suffered his seventh loss against 10 victories and the Sox have now lost 10 of 17 decisions with Baltimore. The White Sox will try to salvage the finale of the three game series tonight when they s°nd Frank Baumann (7-4) against Hoyt Wilhelm (8-6). The Chicago Cubs made it three straight for the first time tnis year by whipping Cincinnati, 5-3, in the opener of a four-game series. The Cubs pounded out nine hits including Frank Thomas' 16th homer while Bob Anderson, needing help in the ninth inning, recorded his fourth victory against seven losses. The Cubs will send Glen Hobbie (10-13) and Don Ellsworth (1-S) against Jay Hook (7-11) and Jim O'Toole (8-9) in today's doubleheader with the Redlegs. Floyd Says No To Title Fight NEW YORK (API-Peeved because he said he had not been consulted about the date, Heavyweight Champion Floyd Patterson indicated today he would not fight Ingemar Johansson of Nov. 1 in Los Angeles. Patterson said he learned the date of M« third tttfc dhnsson from • §M MfffMR Attendant who nfld fHtttu it fRp vl£ radio. 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The 24 next highj" 11186 ^ ls seed ^ &r f Blubau ** will pitch in Class B. starting Sa- » ranked second *" d must turday. Kinyon two straight. Leading qualifiers behind the two left-handers Tuesday included <Ringers and points) Gene Brum- Kinyon also has the advantage ' were Un - A - G " G 0 ™* **< Mrs. Ralph Dickson. They will: Blubaugh, and NCAA and tnrae AAU champion, is a By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based .on 225 or morej 143 and 477. at bats) — Smith, Chicago, .323; Skowron, New York, .317. Runs — Mantle,- New York, 85; JUarii, New York, 74. Rum batted in — Marts, New York, 83; Skowron, New York, 71. Hits-Smith, Chicago, 122; Mi- BOBO, Chicago. 120. Doubles— Skowron, New York, 23; Freese, Chicago, Siebern, Kansas City and Allison, Washington, 21. Triples—Fox, Chicago, 7; Rob-j inson, Baltimore, Aparicio, Chi-! cago and Becquer, Washington, 6. Home runs—Maris, New York, 32; Mantle, New York, 27. Stolen bases—Aparicio, Chicago, 29; Landis, Chicago, 15. Pitching (based on 10 or more decisions(—Coates, New York, 9-2, .818; Stobbs, Washington, 8-2. .800. Strikeouts — Running, Detroit, 143; Pascual, Washington, 117. field, MarkleviUe, Ind., 156 and| 501; Floyd Fowler, Greencastle, Ind., 146 and 482; Gary Famsworth. Potomac, 111.. 143 and 479. and David Baker, Wentworth, Mo., Point. in the Navy four years, is rn- rolled again at Oklahoma Staie University. Seven golfers have won the U. S. Open and PGA titles the same year. play off the tie Tuesday. Thei nine hole winner was Mrs. I Charles Heitz. | In low gross play (18 holes) Mrs. A. G. Goveia won first place in the first flight and Mrs. j Richard Hudson took first in the second flight. 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