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Wednesday, June 5, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE IWENTY-OiNE SIU Lands Top Athlete From North Dakota CARBONDALE — One of the nation's most versatile yrep sports stars, Bob Ingstad of Valley Gty, N.D., has indicated he will enroll at Southern Illinois University next fall where he plans to specialize in track. Ingstad, a 6-4 195-pounder who has received All-American honors in football, played on a state championship basketball team Bill Puterbaugh Is Consistent ROXANA — One of the most consistent race car drivers in the area is Bill Puterbaugh of Roxana. Sunday night he reaped more riches when hethad the fastest qualifying time at the Godfrey Speedway. He also won the feature race, placed second in his heat race and third in the trophy dash. This year he is racing super modifieds for the first time after previously driving midgets for the past five years. He recently competed at Hob- stob, Ind. in midget races where he won the feature race. Puterbaugh also competes at St. Charles, Mo. and at most tracks in the'area. State Track Meet Will Remain Same CHICAGO (AP) - The Illinois High School Association has decided to make no change in the time of its annual spring tournaments in track, tennis and golf. These usually are conducted around mid-May. This year they were on May 17 and 18. Some schools whose academic semcs 1 - ers end late in June suggested that these meets be held a week later than at present. The association conducted a mail ballot of its membership. Results were announced today. No change in dates was favored by Si.4 school principals voting; 166 favored the change. and led his teammates in scoring three years as well as compiling an outstanding track background, hopes to concentrate on becoming one ( of the country's finest decathlon competitors at Southern. Coach Lew Hartzog, who in two seasons here has led the Snlukls from last place behind four Illinois and two Michigan universities In the Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference to fourth in the National Collegiate Athletic Association behind only Oregon, Villanovn and Southern California, considers Ingstad one of the finest prep prospects he has ever landed. "With the times and distances Bob has turned in while competing in North Dakota," Hartzog said, "I'd certainly have to rate him as one of the most promising decathlon performers ever and we feel most fortunate to have him with us." Ingstad, who collected 55% points in four years of competing in the state track meet, won the javelin event each year, captured the broad jump event twice and the shot put,once in addition to winning several seconds. His best performances are: :6.5 seconds in th 60-yard dash, :10-3 in the 100, :22.8 in the 220, :54 in the 440, :15.7 in the high hurdles, :20.1 in the lows, 145 feet in the discus, 52 in the shot, 187-3 in the javelin, 22-4 in the broad jump and 5-8 in the high jump. Although admitting a desire to play more football after finlshiig college, Ingstad, who averaged 10.6 yards per carry and was North Dakota's third leading scorer in 1961, insists ho will participate in track only at SIU. "I've set the 1968 Olympics ai my goal," Ingtiad said, "and I want to concentrate all my ef- fords on track." A dislocated shoulder kept the handsome 18-year-old out of football last season after captaining the team his junior year when he was also named most valuable. He likewise was captain anc most valuable player of Valley City's basketball team and wai the club's leading rebounder for three years in addition to being its leading scorer. Tijuana Ring Popular With Bullfighters MEXICO CITY W — Mounting American enthusiasm for bull fighting may make the bullring at Tijuana, on the California-Mexico border, one of the most important in the world, predicts famed matador Carlos Arruza. Already, he says, it is the most profitable in Mexico and draws the world's top matadors. The huge Plaza Mexico in Mexico City, largest in the world with a seating capacity of around 75,000, takes in about $40,000 on an average Sunday during the peak of the season. But at Tijuana the average runs more than double that figure, says Arruza. One reason, of course, is that Tijuana can charge more than the government-controlled ceiling in Mexico City. And a major reason Tijuana can charge more is that 80 per cent of the average turnout comes from the United States, mainly riearbj California, he says. He said he has found interest growing in the United States in bullfighting, which is banned north of the border. Arruza calls it an art and not a sport. He has just taken on a new project—a job with the Nationa Tourist Bureau headed by former President Miguel Aleman. Arruza is a sort of special goodwill am bassador, and will travel extensively. BOWLING ACME 32 LAMES Tuesday Mixed Women — Hood 160, Stonestreet 171, 180 (507); Astroth 169 Robinson 164, Waggoner 171, Men — Landre 200, Staggs 200, Reese 202, Kelly 204. BOWL ARENA Tues. Ladies Summer League Kasting 184, 196 (540); Blevins 184, Utterland 166, DeCicco 172 Zeller 178, 167, 181 (526); Devine 183, Mazrum 168, Mikott 161, 171 BOWL INN Tues. Men Ryder 212, 208, Bernard 200 Williams 238, Baker 206, Wood yard 209, Tuttle 212, Smith 200 Elam 205, 202 (600), Miller 233. SAFETY NYLON Tall 4-PLY NYLON CtnstriKtitn Nor 2-PLY or merely "4-fly fating". —same as your original car tires! All are 100% NYLON Cord ... made by one of the world's largest tire makers... CORDOVAN is a QUALITY Tire!...a great National Name Brand!' 21 MONTH Guarantee Champ Rodriquez Out to Win Fans GREENFIELD PARK, N.Y., (AP) — "I'm going to get out in runt and win all the way. Then everyone will tajow that I am the rightful champion." Having gotten that off his chcs', welterweight champion Luis Rodriguez went to work today in his inal boxing drill for his return :itle fight with ex-champ Emile riffith of New York at Madison Square Garden Saturday night. The fun-loving fighter from Miami by way of Cuba won the 147-pound division crown from riffith on a close but unanimous 15-round decision at Los Angeles last March 21. That was the night featherweight champion Davey Moore was fatally injured in his losing title bout with Sugar Ramos, another Cuban exile and Rodriguez" stablemate. Luis' title victory went virtually unnoticed in the hubbub over Moore's hospitalization, and, later, his death. "The fight wasn't on television, either, and many people still don't know I'm the champion," said Rodriguez at his Tamarack Lodge training camp. "And that Griffith keeps on saying that he got a bum decision. "I'm going to show the people on television that I am the better man. I'm going to get out in front and I'm going to win big—maybe by a knockout." "He talks big," said Griffith, who winds up his training today at nearby Kiamesha Lake. "I'm going to knock him out and take back what's mine." Joins '2,000 Club' INGLEWOOD, Calif. (API- Ray York joined the ranks of jockeys who have ridden 2,000 winners when he booted home Sugar Booger $21.40 in the fifth race at Hollywood Park Tuesday. The track presented him with a silver tray. Two More Americans Bite Dust ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (AP) —Two members of the triumphant U.S. Walker Cup team were eliminated from the British Ama teur Golf Championship today in second-round upsets, leaving only thres still in the running. Downing Gray of- Pensacola, Fla., runner-up to Labron Harris Jr., in the U.S. amateur last year and Charlie Smith, the power-hitting automobile dealer from 3as tonia, N.C., were victims of a pair of almost unknown British golfers Gray was beaten on the 20th hole by Morrison Zuill of Scotland. Smith, troubled by an ailing back, took a 6 and 5 beating fron Michael Lee of England. They were the fourth and fif'h members of the U.S. Walker Cup team to be beaten in the first two rounds on the trying 6,936 yard St. Andrews Old Course. Thar left only Dick Davies, the defending British champion from Pasadena, Calif., Dick Sikes of Springdale, Ark., and Dr. Ed Up- Montreal Trades Away Four Players I sell, 172y 2 , New York, 8. San Francisco — Al Chabot, 29V 2 , San Francisco, knocked .out Bon-Bon Quiriz, 128, San Jose, 3. iMONTREAL (AP) — The Montreal Canadians, long the kingpins of the National Hockey League but on shaky ground the last two seasons, have dealt off four of their veteran players in an obvious move toward youth. Goalie Jacques Plante, six-time winner of the prized Vezina Trophy, center Phil Goyette and winger bon Marshall were traded to the New York Rangers Tuesday and defenseman Tom Johnson was removed from the reserve list and immediately snapped up by the Boston Bruins. All were regulars on the Cana- dien powerhouse that swept to five straight NHL titles, ending in 1962. The Canadiens picked up four players for the three they gave up, and three of them are youngsters: Dave Balon, a promising degraff of Tucson, Ariz., out oi the eight U.S. Walker Cup players who started the tournament Monday. 25-year-old left wing, and for wards Leon Rochefort, 24, and ,en Ronson, 26, both of whom lave played largely in the minors. The Rangers also gave up goalie Gump Worsley, one of the most under-rated and overworked goalies in the league. The trade was the big development in the league meeting Tuesday which also saw Billy Reav named coach of the Chicago Black Hawks, succeeding Rudy Pilous who was fired recently. In another action, four men were named to the Hall of Fame They are Earl Seihert. a defense- man who played with New York Chicago and Detroit; referee Bob by Hewitson, Toronto player coach Joe Premeau and Detroi forward Eddie Goodfellow. 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