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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 3,1963 Alton Thinclads Dominate Beaumont Meet DASH FLASHES ST. LOUIS—Ray Smith (third from right), of East St. Louis, ished second. At left are Hadley Tecli and Soldan runners Don edges Tom Keenan (third from left) and Gene Deutsch of Ladue Hayes Photo, (second from right) in 100-yard dash Saturday night. Keenan fin- By BILL LHOTKA Telegraph Sports Writer ST. LOUIS — George H u nt, Paul Economides, Andrew Johnson and the 440 Relay team excelled for the Alton Redbirds Saturday night in the 2nd Annual Beaumont Invitational Track and Field Meet at Public Schools Stadium. Fortunately for the other teams present, the meet was not a team |affair as the Alton depth proved ; unbeatable. Unofficially, the Redbirds ran up a team total of 51 ] , 2 points to Beaumont's 30. Hunt was the tournament standout. In our of the most exciting races of the night, Hunt dueled Kieth Small of Stunner, Missouri state champ, in the 880, Hunt got off to a slow start and was held hack in the pack for the first 10 yards coming out of the shoot. Small set the pace for the first lap with Hunt running a relaxed third. Passing the halfway mark Peewee suddenly burst into the lead, Little Albie Makes Like Giant Killer left Small behind him, and headed for the finish line and a new Invitational record of 1:54.6. Not only was the time more than three seconds bettor than the 1:57.8 turned in by Small last year, but it was also the best time ever recorded by a prep athlete in the state of Missouri. The time equaled the 10th best time in the United States this year and could have insured a bid to the Golden West Invitational. Hunt will be notified tonight whether or not he receives a bid to the Los Angeles classic. Economides and A. .lohnson of Alton and Ray Smith of East St. Louis were the meet's double winners. Economides Giants' Lead Goes To Two After Win By JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer Baseball's mighty mite, two Irft-handers with losing records, a rangy belter for a last-place team and a slumping slugger played leading lo'es Sundav as American League also-rans toppled the big boys. Albie Pearson, the 5-foot-j, 140- p mnd dynamo, whacked a homer anr! tv.o single? for the Los Angeles Angels, who made it a tbiee-game sweep over Baltimore and lealt the Orioles their fifth srvaigl.t loss, 8-2. Southpaws Jack Kralick ai:d Sam McDowell pitched the Cleveland Indians to twin victories over the New York Yankees, 5-0 and 7-2. Chuck Hinton's two-run homei in the 10th inning powered Washington's last-place Senators over Kansas City 6-4. And .230 hittei Rocky Colavito singled home ninth inning run for the Detroit Tigers that cooled off the Minnesota Twins 7-6. In other AL action, the Chicago White Sox rapped Boston 10-0 behind Juan Pizarro's four-hit pitching after the Red Sox had taker the opener 11-9 on a homer by Carl Yastrzemski. The results left the Yanks hold- Mickey Wright Wins Another BEAUMONT, Tex. (AP) Mickey Wright stowed away her sixth golf tournament of the year Sunday when she shot an eagle and birdie sprayed 4-under-par 69 to take top money in the $8,000 Babe Zaharias Open and move almost half-way to the all-time money-winning record for women. She also broke the tournament record of 210 for 54 holes by one stroke, tied her own consecutive tournament victory record at foui and needs only five more first places to trim her own record ol 10 tournament triumphs in a year which she shares with Petsy Rawls. There are 23 tournaments left for her to attain all of her goals and the first one is at Chattanooga, Tenn., where the women's golf tour stops Friday. All told she has won 45 tournaments in eight years of campaign-' Mueller ing and that's more than any other woman ever has won. She brought her total winnings By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer Who said the Giants were car- Help Maryville To 10-5 Win ROXANA—The Alt-Wood Flyers ost a 10 5 Southwestern Inter- City Baseball League decision to Maryville Sunday afternoon after holding a 4-0 lead at rying Willie Mays as a "glove the end of the third inning. Alt-Wood scored once in the second inning and added three more runs in the third. Maryville came hack with six in the fifth. Alt-Wood scored a singleton in the eighth, but Maryville iced the win in the ninth with four more runs. Nichols started for Alt-Wood, EYES FRONT ST. LOUIS - Andrew Johnson of Alton (right) looks toward next hurdle as he clears one in Saturday evening's 120-yard high hurdles. Curtis Fair of O'Fallon (left) and Leroy Johnson of Alton (center) HIP highs in :1f>.2 while turning in a time of : 1.9.3 in the lows. Smith captured the 220 and edged Tom Keonan of Alton at the tape in the 100. The Redbird 440 relay team of hurled the shot 55 feet 7- ! t inches ii'iul tossed the discus 155 feet 7 inches, edging a pair of old nemeses, I! o h lloskins of Kdwardsvllle and Joe Hiles of Granite City. Andrew Johnson won both the Keenan, Terry Mitchell, Andrew low and high hurdles, capturing! and Leroy Johnson turned in a but was relieved by Klocken- kemper in the fifth. Klockenkem- per retired 11 of the 12 batters he faced before Maryville erupted for four runs in the ninth with the aid of Alt-Wood errors. Cobb had a double for Alt-Woorl and Nichols had two RBI. man?" Wonderful Willie made a liar of lis .254 batting average Sunday ivhen he hit three home runs in San Francisco's 6-4 victory over the menacing St. Louis Cardinals. Mays gave signs of awakening from his spring snooze when he blasted a two-run homer off loser Ernie Broglio in the first inning. He followed with No. 9 and No. 10 in the eighth and ninth. The Giants' victory snapped a five-game Cardinal winning streak and dropped the Cards two full games off the San Francisco pace. Cincinnati dropped Los Angeles Maryville UO) Alt-Wood (5) P 1 '^ K'imes back of the Giants/ by nin Player AB R H Player AB R H Ron singles that gave Hal Woodeshick the nod over Ron Piche. The Phillies divided a pair with Chicago. Cal McLish won his fifth straight for the Phils in the opener 5-2 with the aid of Jim Lemon's first National League Homer. The Cubs took the second 3-2 with the help of a two-run by Billy Williams. The lowly New York Mets rose up and grabbed two from Pittsburgh, each in 10 innings, 2-1 and 4-3. Jim Hickman's homer won the second, a game in which T a- cy Stallard was knocked out in the seventh after six no-hit innings. They took the first when Jerry Lynch collided with Bill Virdon on Ron Hunt's fly ball and jarred the ball nose, letting Rod! Kanehl score with the winrrng' Cobb 202 Kubicek 500 Hopkins 3 0 1 Zobrist 420 Helbeck 5 1 Semanisin 522 Masterson 3 0 1 Hearne Finke Roy Kubicek Johnson Brown 4 1 1 MIlliRan 4 1 3 Smith 1 0 0 4 1 2 scoring five^ unearned runs with) Juan Marichal won his eighth! — -J or ^ p Qj an |- s ^yj^ J^g ^gjp 0 fJ Mays's bombing and Orlando Ce-! ipeda's 10th homer although Bob- Ihe help of two Dodger errors in a 3-2 decision. It was the Dodgers' fourth straight defeat. Burmester 4)1; Houston put together four sue-! Bolin had to finish up in the ninth. in the 17th inning! Jim O'Toole became the first' Totals Inning: 5 1 0 Heinz 3 l l Nichols 413 Klocken- 4 1 1 keinper Reynolds Greenley 38 10 11 Totals 402 l:( ' ssivo 400 1 1 1 3 o 1 36 5 12 this year to $11,115 by bagging f i*.i.-.t «*„ «_.. _/ <M c\~/\ :„ ii __ r7_ I 123450789 UHE ing a lead of five percentage points over Baltimore, with Chicago another eight points back in third and Kansas City three games out in fourtn. Pearson batted in three runs and scored two for the Angels as they winged the Orioles. Kralick pit-ched a two-hit gemj np;,i in the Cleveland opener, facing J llle only 30 Yanks and not allowing a one as far as second base. first money of $1,250 in the Zaharias. She is almost 54,000 ahead of second place Marilynn Smith. The tour freshman, little Clifford Ann Creed of Alexandria, La., finished second with a 73 for 214. $ ? § g 000 4—10 11 12 ! • 0 0 1 0— 5 12 2 to win the longest game of the year, a 4-hour-46-minute struggle with Milwaukee, 3-1. Carl Warwick, Rusty Staub, Jim Campbell and Al Spangler contributed the TELL-TALE TAPE ST. LOUIS—George Hunt of Alton hits tape in major leaguer to win nine games j when he beat the Dodgers. He, • too, needed help in the ninth. Withj 880 Saturday night at the 2nd Annual Beaumont In- iwo out and two on, Bill Henry vitational. Hunt turned in a record time of 1:54.6, struck out Ron Fairly to end it. | the best time ever recorded by a prep athlete in the state of Missouri.—Don Hayes photo. Scherer Wins Golf Alton Tops Maryville, 2-0, In Legion Play Mays Feels Good When Eight Top College Teams He Smacks Home Runs McDowell spaced nine hits in the second game and was chiefly supported by Fre<l Whitfield, who homered, doubled and singled. Hinton has a triple in addition to his deciding homer against the A's while Don Lock of the Senators counted a homer among his four hits. Pizarro, now 4-2, not only fired a shutout but also banged a two- run double and a single in the White Sox 1 second game attack. SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)—Bob Scherer of Decatur fired a one- over par 73 Sunday to win the two-day Central Illinois Golf Tournament. Scherer had a 143 total edge Jirnmie Jackson of St. Louis, former Walker Cup star, who had 144. Tied for third place with 145 wero Dave Hazlett of Springfield, Dutch Mitchell of Salem and Bob Denton of Peoria. The tournament was staged at Lincoln Greens in Springfield. Major League STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. I'et. G.B. San Francisco 31 19 .620 .577 .551 .540 .511 .500 .460 .449 8 .412 10 .385 12 St. Louis 30 22 Los Angeles .. 27 22 Chicago 27 23 Cincinnati .... 24 23 Pittsburgh ... 24 24 Philadelphia . 23 27 Milwaukee ... 22 27 Houston 21 30 New York ... 20 32 Sunday's Result* New York 2-4, Pittsburgh 1-3 (both 10 innings) Philadelphia 5-2, Chicago 2-3 Houston 3, Milwaukee 1 (17 in nings) San Francisco 6, St. Louis 4 Cincinnati 5, Los Angeles 2 Saturday's Results St. Louis 7, San Francisco 4 Cincinnati 1, Los Angeles 0 Pittsburgh 10, New York 1 Chicago 2, Philadelphia 0 Milwaukee 4, Houston 1 Today's Gaums ROS Angeles at Houston (N) Only game scheduled Tuesday's Games Milwaukee at New York (N) Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N) San Francisco at Chicago Los Angeles at Houston (N) Anieriean I,e:tgne \V. L. I'et. G.B. New York .605 .BOO .592 .543 .511 .511 .471 .432 .327 14 26 17 Baltimore 30 20 Chicago 29 20 Kansas City .. 25 21 Minnesota 24 23 Boston 23 22 Los Angeles .. 24 27 Cleveland 19 25 Detroit 20 27 Washington .. 17 35 Sunday's Kestilts Cleveland 5-7, New York 0-2 Detroit 7, Minnesota (i Boston 11-0, Chicago 9-10 Washington 6, Kansas City 4 (10 innings) Los Angeles 8, Baltimore 2 Saturday's Results IMS Angeles 7, Baltimore 1 Washington 9, Kansas City 1 New York 5, Cleveland 2 Chicago 3, Boston 1 Minnesota 7, Detroit 1 Today's Games Chicago at Lus Angeles (N) Minnesota at Kansas City (N) Only games scheduled Tuesday's Games Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Minnesota at Kansas City (N) Detroit at Cleveland (Ni Boston at Washington (N) New York at Baltimore (N) ST. LOUIS (AP)— "It feels good MARYVILLE — The Alton Le-' evel< y time J nit a homer," said gion Post 126 baseball t e a m i Willie Mays quietly in the locker downed Maryville Sunday, 2-0, he-i'' oom hind the two-hit pitching of Bob! Wonderful Willie had reason to Jones. Alton scored both of its runs In the third inning. Jones slammed a double, moved to third as Denny Wooff reached first on an error, held third as Wooff stole second, and scored on Sonny Cotton's sin- Kle to left. Wooff also tallied on the play. Bowman, who yielded only four bits, took the loss for Maryville. The victory gives the Alton j feel three times as good after Sunday's game against the St. Louis Cardinals. He had just hit three home runs "It feels oven better since we won," said Mays. The clouts drove in four runs and boosted San Francisco to a 6-4 victory to put the first-place Giants two games ahead of St. Tllfl Cardinals had won the first six hits for eight innings, St. Louis broke loose svith a triple by Dick Groat, Stan Musial's run- j scoring single, George Altman's i double and Julian Javier's third two-bagger of the game for two more tallies. Marichal (8-3) departed and in came Bob Bolin, who got McCarver on a fly and struck out pinch- hitter Leo Burke to end the game. The Cardinals play Detroit in St. Louis in an exhibition tonight and then have an open date before traveling to Philadelphia . " u.,.- ,,, Bl Wednesday,. team a 3-0 record. Alton hosts two games of the series for five; Edwardsville Thursday night at straight victories. Another tri-j SATURDAY Riverfront Park at 6. have tied them for first. Mays' first clout, his eighth, Vie for National Crown NOTES Allan (2) Player Baiter Wooff Cotton Davis Turry Shnrtal Orlmslcy Mlnsker R. Jones Totals InnlilK: Allun Mary vllle AB R H Player .'! 0 1 Grander 2 1 0 Bohnen- 3 n 1 stlehl .') 0 o KolliiiK Miiryville (01 AD R H 300 300 300 300 Ackermann 200 2 1 1 Gauss 2 0 0 FimlinK 3 0 0 R. Sum- 2 1 1 anisin R. Sein- anlsln Hclnllcn Bowman Tessard 23 2 4 Totals 12345 3 0 0 2 0 1 200 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 000 22 0 2 7 H H r. 0020000—2 4 0 0000000—0 2 2 BASEBALL HEROES IJ.V THE ASSOCIATED I'RESS BATTING - Willie Mays, Giants, hit three home runs and drove in four runs in San Francisco's IJ-4 victory over St. I/'uis. PITCHING - Jack Kralick and Sam .McDowell, Ind !t ins, p.'ir of Cleveland southpaws cooled tff liot Yankees in ' doubleheader sweep 5-0, 7-2. Kralick posted two- hitter in opener and McDowell spaced nine hits in sexiind. LEVI'S CASUALS WOOD K1VKK umph Sunday virtually would | Plu ™! nls A( j}> R „ Play ^ rds ™ R „ j 1923 All-America KuKnn 5 2 3 Flood Peterson 5 i 2 White came off Cardinal starter and lo:-,er Ernie Broglio (5-2) in the first after Harvey Kuenn had singled. Orlando Cepeda singled home Kuenn in the third. Then Mays and Cepeda hit consecutive homers in the eighth. Mays followed with his third in the ninth. His second drive went well over 400 feet and hit the score- ward in left center field. "The wind helped the first one," said Cardinal catcher Tim Mc- :arver "but you could forget about the last two. He just overpowered the ball." Tin? smashes were the first for Vlays in two weeks. Only Friday, ic bad broken an O-for-18 slump. As it turned out, the Giants needed every homer they could let when the Cardinals came to bat in the bottom of the ninth. Su'xiued by Juan Marichal on SEE US FOR EXPERT REPAIR ON ALL SMALL ENGINES STANKA GARAGE State St., North Alton Dial IK) 5-888U Mays Cepeda Bailey F. Alou 200 Groat 402 Musial 3 1 1 Carmel 402 Boyer Davenport 400 Altman 1'iiKan M. Alou Fischer Duffalo HUlur Totals Inning: (ilaiits Cards Sun Fran. ((I) :t 0 0 Javier 1 0 0 McCarver 200 Taylor 1 o 0 0 0 (1 34 4 10 Totals 2345678 OMAHA (AP)—Penn State wil meet the University of Arizona in the first g;ime of the eight top collegiate baseball clubs open the 1963 National Collegiate Athleti Association's Word Series here June 10. Ony one berth was still un decided today. 'Missouri, Big Eigh champion, meets St. Louis Univer sity, champion of the Missour Valley loop, in a best-of-threc se ries ending Tuesday at Columbia Mo., for Ihe District 5 crown anc the final berth in the series. A victory by the Missouri Tiger.' would mean their fifth trip to the NCAA meet. Missouri won the championship in 1954. Petin Slate gained its fourth trip to the series Saturday by whipping St. John's 11-2 for the District 2 title. Arixona qualified for the seventh lime by beuling Colorado State College 10-0 in the District 7 playoff. Olhers gaining the finals Satur:! o o and untied football team, died I day were Western Michigan which Hole-In-One Tom Shaughnessy of Alton mack 1 hole-in one Friday at Rock Spring Golf Course on the l.'SS- No. 7 hole. Shaughnessy was playing in a foursome with Bob Kallal, E. S. Martin and Vcrnon Doall. 4 i l 3 2 2 5 0 0 403 000 400 2 2 1 4 1 1 4 1 3 Grid Player Dies PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. (API- Century Milstead, all-America tackle on Yale's 1923 unbeaten 33 711 R 11 E 002011000— 4 10 1 1 4 $ 1 I 0 0 0 X—7 11 0 St. Louis (4) Kuunn Miller Mays Cepeda Halluy !•'. Alou 522 Flood 3 0 0 White 5 3 3 Groat 5 1 3 Musial I 0 0 Sudcckl 4 0 0 Hoyer |Sunday, apparently the victim of -•—|u coronary attack. He was fi3. Milstead, given his first name because he was born on the first day of 20th century, Jan. 1, 1900, was found by his wife at about 4 a.m. in the basement workshop of put down Illinois 7-0 for. the District 4 title; Holy Cross defeated Providence 11-0 and 7-4 to gain the finals for the second time in u rcw; Florida State University won its second District 3 title beating Wake Forest, 11-5, anc Southern California edged Oregon Davenport 3 0 1 Altinan Marichul liolln 4 0 1 Javier 400 McCarver 4 0 1 400 4 o i his home. 4 o ?i After being named to the All- | SlJlt <'. 7-5, for the District 8 crown " ,', § America by the late Waller Camp, 4 l l 4 l 3 000 Uroiilio .Sawatskl I 0 0 1 0 0 Humphreys 000 liauta .lames Shantz Burke 0 o Ol 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 34 6 10 Totals 30 4 10 Totals Inning: San Fran. 20100002 St. l.ouls 00001000 3— 4 10 0 I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 B Kill; 8 10 0 Milslead played professional foot ball with the New York Giants and then returned to Yale as an assistant coach for several years. FIGHT RESULTS CLEVELAND — Irving Thatch, 155, Denver, outpointed Sonny Hill, ICO, Cleveland, 10, Chrysler • Plymouth • Valiant Before you invest in any new car, investigate our trade-in allowances and service alter the salel RATHGEB BROS. B1GHTON DIAL FR 2-3346 FOR EVENING APPOINTMENT WATER IS RISING IN TABLE ROCK LAKE BUNK, Crappio and Trout Fishing Is Good Visit KOCH'S Cedar Resort • Kitchenettes • lioat Docks In Sight-Seeing Are.ti For Information Write John & iCdini KOCH'S Cedar Resort S.K. 1, liox 700, ItraiiNoii, Mo. match stride for stride. :15.2. Fair edged Leroy for photo. winning time of :'13.15. breaking Ihe old mark of :43.7 set by Alton last year. Henry Green of O'Kallon Teeh leaped S;t feet 8'/i inc.lie.s in (lie broad jump to *e.t a new record. The old record was !5« feet 3'/ 2 inches set by Warren Hampton of St. Louis a year ago. In the prelims Green got off ;i -jump of 21 feet I Inch but scratched. The lOtli best mark in the U.S. this year is U feet IH 2 inches. | In the pole vault Charles'Beck of University City and Jim Wolken of Kirkwood waged a torrid uuel after eliminating Die rest 01 the vaulters at 13 feel. Both cleared 13 feet 5'/i inches and both cleared 13 feet Sv'i inches but Beck had the fewest misses. The new height was more than a loot better than the old mark of u leel la inch held uy lour vaun LTS. Beaumont's 880 relay team turned in a time of 1:29 lor the two laps, breaking tne old record of 1:29.2 set by Alton last year. University City, despite t w o atrocious handoffs, came in second. bob Kneile of Southwest barel edged Andrew Harris of McKin iey, last year's winner, in tb •140, turning in a new time o . 49.9. Steve Hernden of Kirkwood was a surprise winner In the high jump, winning with a leap ol (j leet 2 incnes. iMiyene Aloure of Summer, .Missouri stale champ, also cleared G-2 but had more tries. Kivhard Swil't of Alton, Illinois runner- up, was third. A number of athletes did no compute in their lavored eveni Chuck Bell of Soldan, the area' most consistent dash winner, rai in the relays instead, Steve Hal liburton of Marion was npt pres ent. Jerry Barber of University Cilj won the 10-cvent decathlon will a winning total of 5110. Jim Car slick of Hadley Tech was runner up with 4800 points. SUMMARY Decathlon — 1. Jerry Barber University, 5110 points, 2. Jin Carslick, Hadley Tech, 4800. 3 ir Robinson, Principia, 4400 4. Bruce Davis, Lincoln, 4390. 5 Cornelius Davis, Beaumont, 4350 Two-Mile Relay — 1. Soldai (Smotherhan, Cruthers, Williams Bell). 2. Hadley Tech. 3. Beau mont. 4. Sumner, 5. Ladue. Tim< — 8:05.4. 4-10 Relay — 1. Alton (Keenan Mitchell, A. Johnson, L. Johnson) 2. University City. 3. Beaumont 4. Ladue. 5. Hadley Tech. Time — :43.5. (breaks record of :43,7 set by Alton in 19b'2). Shot — 1. Economides, Alton 2. Hiles, Granite City. 3. Walls Alton. 4. Wilson, WMA. 5. Atkin son, Soldan. Distance — 56 fee 7% inches. Hi^ii Jump — 1. Hernden, Kirk wood. 2. Moore, Sumner. 3. Swift Alton. 4. Hayes, Beaumont. 5 Ware, Lincoln. Height — 6 fee' 2 inches. itroad Jump — 1. Green, O'Fal Ion Tech. 2. Henderson, Edwards ville. 3. Watson, Hadley Tech. 4 SEARS HotBUCK AND CO Mufflers Installed .As Low As 6 Use Your Credit Allstate Mufflers for . . . Silence, Safety, Savings. SEARS - ALTON Andrew won the event in second place.—Don Hayes iKenner, Beaumont. S. Bell, O'Kal- jlon Tech. Dislanee — 23 feet S 1 ^ inches (breaks record of 23 feet 3li inches set by Hampton, East St. Louis in 19(i2). Discus — .1, Economides, Alton. 2. lloskins, Edwardsville. 3. Hiles, Granite City. 4. Boedeker, Alton. T>. Oscarson, Ladue. Distance — 15;") feet 7 inches. Hop, Step and Jump — 1. Watson, Hadley Tech. 2. Lewis, Beaumont. .1 Slaughter, Soldan. 4. Wyalt, Alton. 5. Anloine, Beaumont. Distance — 44 feet 11 inches. 120-yard Hi>;li Hurdles — 1. A. Johnson, Alton. 2. Fair, O'Fallon Tech. 3. L. Johnson, Alton. 4. Mc- DoiiRall, Kirkwood, 5. Lee, Soldan. Time — :15.2. 100 — 1. Smith, East St. Louis. 2. Keenan. Alton. 3. Deutsch, Ladue. 4. Holmes, Hadley Tech. 5. McKinley. Time — :10.3. Mile — 1. Page, Hadley Tech. 2. Tsiris, University City. 3. Hen- aRen, Kirkwood. 4. Par-lick, Riverview Gardens. 5. Miller, Madley Tech. Time — 4:28.9. KWI Kelay — - 1. Beaumont (Sweet, Long, Watson, Perkins). 2. University City. 3. Hadley Tech. 4. Soldan. 5. Alton. Time — 1:29 (breaks record of 1:29.2 set by Alton in 1962). •HO — 1. Kneile, Southwest. 2. Harris, McKinley. 3. Huesgen, Southwest. 4. Thomas, Sumner, Jones, Beaumont. Time — :49.9 (breaks record of :50.5 set by Harris, McKinley — 1. A. John- 180 Low Hurdles — 1. A.John- son, Alton. 2. Fair, O'Fallon Tech. 3. McDougall, Kirkwood. 4. Davis, Beaumont. 5. Ware, Lincoln. Time :19.3. 880 — 1. Hunt, Alton. 2. Small, Sumner. 3. Dykstra, Kirkwood. 4. Hans, Beaumont. 5. Charleville, Kirkwood. Time — 1:54.6 (breaks record of 1:57.8 set by Small, Sumner in 1962; best time ever recorded in stale of Missouri; ties 10th best time in United States for 1963). Mile Kelay — 1. Beaumont (Perkins, Dorsey, Watson, Long). 2. Soldan 3, Southwest. 4. Hadley Tech. 5. Sumner. Time — 3:19.6 (breaks record of 3:23.2 set by Beaumont in 1962). Frosh-Soph Kelay — 1. Soldan (Tennon, Williams, Magee, Harvey). 2. Hadley Tech. 3. Alton. 4. Lincoln. 5. East St. Louis. Time — 3:32.2. Pole Vault — 1. Beck, University City. 2. Wolken, Kirkwood. 3. Eskra, O'Fallon. 4. Olion, East St. Louis. 5. Hall, Alton and Jones, Belleville. Height — 13 feet 8% inches (breaks record of 12 feet la inch set by Beck and Roth, University City and Perry a n d Blaine, Allon in 1962). Call 465-4242 FIND OUT ABOUT THE NEW EASY WAY TO PAY FOR FUEL OIL Now you can take up to 12 months to pay for the fuel oil you use. And you pay no Bervice fee or interest charge. 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