Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 8, 1961 · Page 9
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Section 2 Page* 0.18 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH «** Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1961. 80 Per Copy Member of Tht Associated Prm §PORTALK 00ft PLARSKI Aulitint Ipirti Editir «1 don't see why not!" This WM the statement flven by Harry OaUatln, has- kettmll coach at Southern Illinois University, when queried by this writer on the possibility of Sit someday getting Into the Big Ten Conference. Gnllntln, a big strapping 6-7 man who looks every bit the part of a professional basketball player, was In a talkative mood following the Exchange Club's Basketball Player-oMhe-Year banquet Wednesday night at Masonic Temple. He wasn't at a loss for words when It came to expounding the status of basketball at SIU. Rumors have been Hying and when the question of SIU getting Into another conference, the Missouri Valley Conference, was first popped, Gallatln said: "We'd like to get into the Missouri Valley. "I wouldn't be surprised if we might someday," he continued. It takes a while to build a reputation and we're getting there. Our location In southern Illinois Is convenient and Important to the Missouri Valley. There wouldn't be any travel problems for the teams In the league. "We're going to build a new fleldhouse down in Carbon- Davey Moore Defends Crown At LA Tonight LOS ANGELES (AP) — Youthful Danny Valdez, who a few months ago was little known outside his neighborhood in the shabby side of east Los Angeles, takos aim at a golden target tonight. Valdrz, a merr 21, with only 22 professional fights to his record, takes on titleholder Davey Moore for the featherweight dale and it'll take care of the seating problem." championship of the world. „,,,.. . . „ . The .'!-! odds and most of the Let's review just what GallalIn has done since he called ^ ^ ^^ m ^^ It quits in the National Basketball Association with the New hR ^ that 27 VCUMld York Knickerbockers after a 10-year career to become head ^^ Qn u ukable young man in the round ball sport at this fast-growing school. man f[ . om Sprin gf jeW , O hio, is In Ins first year, 1958-59, The Hor^e coaclwd the Salukis j too good, too experienced, to lose to a 17-10 record and culminated that season by participating this 15-round encounter. in the NAIA tournament at Kansas City. The match^goes on, non-televised and * non-broadcast, at j about 9:. n )0 p.m. PST at the Olympic Auditorium. Redbird Runners Ease Past Beaumont, Vashon; B. B. Flashes to 21.9 in 220 In 1059-00 the Salukls compiled a 3U-9 mark and thf.<i season finished with a Sl-6 record. They were Invited to the NCAA small college playoffs both seasons. Gallatin has hit the recruiting trail many times and cor- raled some top high school players. Probably his greatest catch has been Charlie Vaughn, the sensational backcourt star from Tamms who established the existing Illinois High School record for most points In a high school career. Vaughn is a junior Co-promoters Cal Eaton and! George Parnassus hope for a crowd of 7,000 or more and a gate of $40,000 up. Moore, beaten but once in five years and then by a lightweight and has one more year of eligibility remaining. iin a non-title fight, rates as one _. . „„. . , ,i , ,•• it n of the best pound-for-pound box- This season SIU was rated among the top five small college jn action today and Qne of teams in the country. (hc more excjting gladiators . H e Gallatin, early in the season, once said he would have I can knock a man out, quickly. Southern playing at Madison Square Garden within five years-1 Vakle/ gained ranking in the He's well on his way. He opened the 1960-61 season by playing j featherweight division top 10 by at North Carolina State, always one of tlie country's top major twice whipping the No. 1 contend- college teams. Next season the Salukis will open against Niagara and come back the next night with a ganie against Seton Hull. Tennessee A <&I and Kentucky U'esleyan, two of the best ill small college circles, are also on the schedule again. Playing that kind of opposition is making progress by leaps and bounds. "My goal at SIU is to win the major college NCAA championship!" exclaimed Gallatin. "We want to be on • level with other major colleges when it conies to basket* ball." Gallatin calls Southern Illinois University the fastest grow-(them." ing school in the country. "We hope somebody up in Champaign Is starting to think about us a little bit in Carbondale." One doesn't have to demand an explanation to see through that statement. Back to the Big Ten question, Gallatin, once termed the Iron Man of pro basketball for playing in more than 700 consecutive games, said the possibility of SIU someday getting into g.. JQ^ KEICHLER the country's most powerful conference wasn't as far fetched j Associated Tress Sports Writer or, Ricardo Gonzalez of Argentina, late last year. Hence the | title shot. A pleasing and sincere young man on his feet, orally speaking. Valdez observed: "Davey's psychology rests with the fad he is the champion. But that won't bother me one bit." Said Moore, a wide grin on his face: "Since I've been champion, I've been eating steaks and ca- IN PLAYFUL MOOD AUGUSTA, Ga.—Gary Player cut* fired a <i8, four under par, for a total capers to the delight of the fans after of 137 to share the mid-point total with sinking a birdie putt on the 18th green Arnold Palmer. At left is partner Bill during second round of the Masters Golf Hyndman. (AP Wirephoto) Tournament Friday in Augusta. He Errors Cripple Explorer Hopes In 7-6 Defeat Dash Star Does Century In 9.9; Coaches Pleased By DON PLARSKI Assistant Sports Editor ST. LOUIS — The powerful Alton High School track team turned in another impressive showing here Friday afternoon as the Redbird thinclads rolled to a decisive triumph over Vashon and Beaumont high schools of St. Louis in a triangular meet at ST. CHARLES, Mo.—The Mnr- quette Explorers committed 10 errors, six by shortstop Tom Holden, as they dropped a 7-6 Catholic League game to Duchesne here Friday afternoon. The Explorers took a 2-0 lead in the first as outfielder Bob j Public Schools Stadium. The fin- Melton walked and Holden was hit by a pitched ball. Melton came home on a wild pitch and Joe Kichorn, who was safe on a fielder's choice, later scored on al count showed Alton 79. Beaumont 3-1 rind Vashon a distant 12. The Rodbirds scored seven firsts imd tied for the top spot in nnothor as thov dominated the another fielder's choice. Duch-| ; "' lilJ »- Tremendous depth paid esne tied the score in the bottom of the inning on three errors by Holdon. The Duchesne club came back to take the lead, 3-2, in the second as Sneider was hit by a pitch. Bredcnsteiners singled and Sneider came home on a wild pitch. In the fourth the Explorers took a temporary 5-3 lead. Jim McPike was hit, Mike Oshorne off for Alton as well as individual brilliance. i It was a clear, but coo] clay j with HIP temperature in the 40s. The meet was finished in near darkness. The pole vaulting event was cut short and the three Redbird vaulters had to settle for heights that could have been higher. The high jump and dis mis events were not held. Tn winning the meet one school record was set bv an Alton run- Palmer, Player Tie Black Hawks T-< TIT T i Seek Second r or Master Lead ingled and Jim Hart man n n <.. r wn en speedster B. B. Gater, i walked. Tom Scyoc walked in I the Illinois state champ in the (one run and Holden singled in! 100 and 220-yard dashes, rolled 'to a 21.9 time in the 220. This score at | bettered his old mark of 22.1 of 5-5 in the bottom of the inning!last year, as Yeater was safe on an er-1 Other Alton runners came close ror and Bredensleiners singled.!' 0 Alto " H 'g" records. Sophomore ifioth runners scored on two er- G " or se Hunt ran three-tenths of (he .last two. Duchesne tied the rors by Holden. !a second off the -140 mark of 51.1 The sixth inning saw Ouches-1 wh ! n » e s P° d around hvo curves j ne tally one to take a 6-5 lead. By JEKKY LISKA Associated Press Sports Writer AUGUSTA. Ga, (AP) — The the silver anniversary Masters Tourney sped into its third round —a virtual two-man show. Win Tonight By DAVE DILES Associated Tress Sports Writer iHoelting walked, stole second .and came home on a base hit] by Else. in 51.4. Mike Yavorski holds the record. - i . \i.l Marquelte made a come backl^ Hershell Gill tied for first in the 880-yard run with a time ol 2:01.0. just 9-10 of a second ovei ! in the last inning and tied the j score at 6-6. McPike walked, ijeff Oelken was hit and Larry of 3. John Trowbridge, the relentless Alton iniler. ran a fine 4:32 m Palmer Method was challenged! T , deadloL . ked leaders-Arnold DETROIT (AP' - The Chicago 1 , ^etuen ua * ml ana ^ auj which is just one tenth of a sec tn H«v hv » feimtv South African'P,.m,nr th» ,W O nHi, w nhnn,ninn :„ . u "*- dgO )\an Buren went in as a runner)^ off thp AIton rpcord of 4:31 . 9 viar. I'want to keep on eating today by a jaunty South African;Palmer, the defending champion.. B|k H k who h eoll( ,: f fc H artmann singled |who writes his own golf ticket as nnd Gary Player, the PGA top,, wi jhont winnine the St-tn ' ™ £', Ha " ma " n s " 1glea . -_. . , , . , 'i°ngei witnout \\tnning me M'»n- ihome McPike but Van Buren money winner from Johannesburg ijey Cup than any o(lu , r teim , n the leading run. Redbird Dan VVatrous put on kick to take second. 300,000 Expected to See Major League Teams Debut " i it > \^ii}j uuij i cm,) uuu.i ivciiii m -carried a four-stroke lead over the Natioll . u Hockey League. 3d other pros and three amateurs ,. |kes a anc . gnmp ]ead into thc was cut down at the plate withj The SSO-yard relay team of Ron I Ayres, Loren Randol, Jame into 18-hole semifinal. second game of the 1961 cup fin-j Yeater opened the last of the'Jackson and Gater easily won The tied pacesetters reached a Is tonight a g a i n s t the Detroit L | seventh for Duchesne by reach-j first place with a time of 1:30.7. as it may seem. He cited the progress of athletics at Southern not only in basketball, but in other sports as well. SIU is one of the country's top gymnastic schools, is becoming a track power, has started a football building program and certainly ranks as one of the top swimming schools in the nation. With Gullalin's ambition and his optimism, who knows, maybe StIL" In the Missouri Valley Conference or Big Ten isn't as remote as it may have seemed five years ugo. Gallatin defintely feels Vaughn is sure to make the pro ranks with some NBA team. "I don't see how he can miss!" Already the former Roxana athlete has had some feelers from some of the pro teams concerning Vaughn. But, they haven't pursued it much because he's still a junior," he said. * * « A few choice items picked up at the player-of-the-year banquet concerned two of the Collinsville players. It now appears that Bobby Meadows may go to Illinois with Bogie Jiediuoii and Bob Simpson, the other guard, to Rice Institute at Houston, Texas. Last year this writer picked the Chicago White Sox and San Francisco Giants to win pennants in the major leagues. So, who won? The Yanks and Pirates. This year I see the Yanks winning again, but just by a whisker over the young and improved Baltimore Orioles. In the National League it'll be the Los Angeles Dodges with a good, sound club, bolstered by some fine rookies, plus the rejuvenated Duke Snider bashing the ball again. Afi this writer sees the finish in September: NATIONAL Lot Angelea PUUburgh St. Louis Milwaukee San Franoiwo Cincinnati Philadelphia Chicago AMERICAN New York Baltimore Chicago Detroit Minnesota Cleveland Kaiuau City Boston Log Angelu* Washington ABC May Be in Trouble Over 'Regular' Bowler DETROIT (AP> - Because he rolled a hefty 699 series Friday night, veteran Paul Krumske may have given the American Bowling Congress its first big classic division headache. Thanks to his 247-205-247 contribution, the Mont Clare Pontiac team of Chicago took fourth place in the regular team division. The team totaled 3,012, placing it 15 pins behind leading STU's Drive In of Urbana, Ohio. Why Krumske, a top-ranking star, tor three decades, is not a member ol the classic division is a question which is likely to puzzle thousands ol bowlers. Mont Clare, furthermore, competes in th ( ? ctucao Chtssic I-f"S'u p i one dl ttw» nation's top tennfn Vw>« How Krumskt managed to bowl In the regular divi! ; 'in while hundreds of bowlers of lesser skills and reputations were forced to compete in the classic (professional) division is not easily ex plained. "I don't fit into the ABC's definition of a classic bowler," Krumske said. "I derive less than one- quarter of my income from howling and I am not a member ol the professional bowlers association. I talked the matter over with ABC officials extensively before I bowled." Should Kruinske sprint into the all-events lead today — with the help ol Friday mght's 698 - the ABC will have a lot of explaining to do NEW YORK (AP) — Some .'100,000 baseball fans are expected to attend the nine openers when the major leagues begin their 1961 season next week. Washington gets the traditional jump on the other clubs-with a special inaugural at the nation's capital Monday. The opposition will be the Chicago White Sox and a sellout crowd of 27,419 is expected to watch President Kennedy throw out tlie first ball before right-hander Dick Donovan of the new Senators opposes Early Wynn. the White Sox veteran. All other teams, including the new Los Angeles Angels, get under way Tuesday. Tlie largest crowd probably will be in Los Angeles where the Dodgers will play the Philadelphia Phillies under the lights before approximately 50,000. The schedule, attendance and probable pitchers for Tuesday's ;ames follow: NATIONAL LEAGUE St. Louis at Milwaukee, 40,000, Broglio vs. Spalin. Chicago at Cincinnati, 32,000, Shackelford Earns Letter EVANSTON, (Special) — Gary Shackelford, a member of Alton High School's 1959 Southwestern Conference basketball champions, was among 13 numeral winners on the Northwestern University man basketball team this season. Shackelford, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Shackelford, 1705 State St., was a guard on the team describ ed by varsity coach, Bill Rohr, as the finest squad that had been recruited in Rohr's Jour years at Northwestern. Villanovu Gets Neiv Cage Coach VILLANOVA, Pa. (API — Jack Kraft, a highly successful h igh school and prep school basketball coach, steps into college basketball on Monday as coach of the ViUanova squad. "I don't know too much about the personnel at Villtuiova," the 40-year-old Kraft said. "The first thing I'm going to do is get my self acquainted and start recruiting." Kraft's appointment Friday to succeed Al Severance came as a surprise. He had not been men tioned publicly as one of the Hobble vs. Purkey. the halfway mark of the 72-hole ; R e d Wings. medal play classic with 137s, sev- 1 ^ o( s j nce en under par. ! team nave Bill Stewart's 1938 j Hawks won hock- ing first on an error. Sneider walked and Bredensteiners singled but Yeater was thrown out Pittsburgh at San Francisco. plav(?r wag th() 01J , shou , (n . on i ey . s m(>s( ^.^ .^ TQ endj at the plate. Courtin'ended the '""" "~ ! -"'' '" 1 ~"'" Augusta National's sunny, scenic i the 23-year famine Chicago must | game with a two-out single that 'deleat'a team accustomed to| S( ' ored Sneider wlth the wijlllln S 42,000, Friend vs. Jones. Philadelphia at Los Angeles. ;u . res Friday who refused to con- 50,000, Roberts vs. Drysdale. ] ce de that Palmer is a gold-plated AMERICAN LEAGUE i cinch to win second straight Mas- Minnesota at New York, 20,000, ters and his third in four ,\ Ramos vs. Ford. Los Angeles at Baltimore, yard course for five birdies in a! Detroit has missed the playoffs playoff pressure. The Hawks have made the 'run. Jim Hartmann of Marquette only fom , timos in the was tagged wlth the loss whlle Player sniped the par 72. li.980- last 15 years. In that same span.j " c . lntzleman - l^, of . the . formor 45,000, Garver vs. Pappas. i 35-153—liS round. That put the pres-|only once. It has been 17 years F,UW, Vial \^L vo. A «l-f|xt*o. I Kansas City at Boston, 20,000,'sure on first-round leader Palm-jince Chicago competed in the Herbert 'vs. Monbouquette. er who shot a 69. finals. Eight times in that stretch Cleveland at Detroit, 40,000,! The yips apparently hit bespec- j Detroit has been in the final Perry vs. Running. (Only games scheduled) 'taoled Bob Rosburg, who matched;round. Palmer's &S Thursday but wav-S Scoring all three of their goals For the first time, the Ameri-iered to a 73 and a third place]inside the first 14 minutes of Philadelphia Phils hurler Ken Heinzleman, was the winner. The Explorers are now 3-2 and 1-1 in the league. They will (ravel to Jerseyville Monday afternoon. Duchesne stands 2-0 overall and in the league. can League will deviate from its'grading of 141 at 3H holes. • play, the Hawks captured a 3-2 eight-team setup. The addition ofi A stroke behind Rosburg was j decision in the series opener in two clubs— Los Angeles and Wash- Don January, who rallied for the Chicago Thursday night. Detroit's ington, with the original Senators 'only other 68 second-round score J Olympia Stadium will he the site switching to Minnesota, has re- and moved into fourth spot with. 'of the socond game in the best- suited in an increase in the play- ;-!'_', two under par for the distance. (of -seven showdown. ing schedule from 151 to Ili2 After that, it was a cavalry! Red Wings need every bit Alarquette (6) Player Sycoc Melton Hoiden liichorn Huber Haynes McPike Oshorne Oetkim Duchesne AB R H Plaver :i 0 2 Smythe 3 1 1 Courtin 3 0 1 Hneltine 3 1 1 llelntzel- 400 man •» 0 0 Else 1 2 0 I.uelkcn- 3 I 1 li.ius 000 Yeater AB R H r, i o i i i 3 i 1 a o o Tlie school record is 1:30.0, set last year in the state meet when A'lton's foursome won first place at Champaign. Fred Will and Bill Perring, Alton's hvo head coaches in track, were pleased with performances of Gater, Ayres, Randol, Jackson, Watrous, Trowbridge, Mack Davis, Hunt, Mike Fike and Jerry Gormley at the meet. They praised the entire team for its performance against the team that won the Missouri state title last year, Beaumont, and Vashon, always a tough opponent at any meet. One interesting note about the 220-yard dash is that Randol's second place time of 22 seconds flat bettered Gater's record of last year and Ayres' third place time of 22.2 was one tenth of a ilng the 100 and 220, but Randol :losed the gap rapidly on the 140- jottnd meteor and almost caught him at the finish line in the 220. Randol ran the 100'in 10 seconds lat. Gater had not been expected o run except in the 880-yard re- ay because of a pulled muscle n his left leg. Before the meet, lowever, the little dash star assured coaches he was ready to •un. It was on this same track hat B. B. turned in a 9.7 last war in a duail meet with Beau- monl. In the junior division Beau- nont edged Alton for top honors, 49'2-48. Vashon was third with O'i. Gater was the individual star of tlie day with firsts in the cen- ury and 220 plus running anchor of the 880 relay team. Beaumont had four firsts while Vashon shared first place in the 880-yard run. This was the second outdoor nect of the season for the Redbirds and fifth including three indoor meets. Their only non-first slace finish came in the Oak Park Relays when they finished fourth n a field of 30 schools. Tuesday afternoon the Redbirds travel to East St. Louis lor a meet with the strong East St. Louis Flyers. Starting time at Parsons field is 4 p.m. Next Saturday Alton wffll competed in the Hurst Bush Relays at Carbondale on the Southern Hi- nois University track against the cream of southern Illinois schools. East St. Louis and Belleville are also entered. Summaries: 120-yard high hurdles — Miller (B), Crousby (B), Gormley (A), Bell (V). Time-15.1. 100-yard dash — Gater (A), Randol (A>, Daniels (V), Ayres (A). Time-09,9. Mile run — Trowbridge (A), Watrous (A), Harmon (B), Warner (V). Time-4:32.0. 880-yard relay —Alton, (Ayres, Randol, Jackson, Gater). Vashon, Beaumont. Time-l:30.7. 440-yard dash — Hunt (A), tie for second between M. Davis (A) and Edwards (B). Time-51.5. iSO-yard low hurdles — Crousby (B), Fike (A), Gormley (A), Miller (B). Time-20.4. Broad jump — Randol (A), Bayer (A), Clark (B), Rodgers (A). Distance-21'9". 880 yard run—Tie for first between Gill (A) and Morton (V), Batchelor (A), Schmidt (A). Time -2:01.0. 230-yard dash — Gater (A), Randol (A), Schmidt (A), Crousby (B), Time-21.9. Mile relay — Beaumont, Alton, Vashon. Time-3:30.4. •' 11 second over the old record. games. .chaw in the quest for the win-j o i t)ie ,, c | gc , ji u ,j r playoff experi- Thf.- National League, which tier's purse which could exceed j enco m ig(,t give them if they arc j fielded 12 teams in the 1892-1899' Palmer's $17,500 swag last year to S q Uare the series before the i Totals era, will expand to 10 teams in . since the base $20,000 over-all Hartnuuin 4 1 1 SneiOer Bredunstein- crs -1 301! 4 I 2 I -' 2 1 ! (later had an easy time in win- Pole vault (A), Miller —Dancy (A), Davis (A) and Schanz (BK Distance-10'6". Shot put — Chester (B), Richardson (A), Economides (A), Distance unavailable. 1962. j purse— $3,000 to the champ— is ,j ay m -g| 1t . T| lpy 0 over-all tnird game back in Chicago Monchamp— is ,j ay m -g| 1t . T| lpy w jn be playing 28 U 7 Totals 31 7 10 I 1234567 R H E ; ...2003001—6 7 1UI playing Duchusnc ....2102011—710 o Seven teams will open with new j fattened by total receipts for the! w j m out two of their blue-chip per- managers, itK-luding the Chicago .four-day meet. | formers, goalie Terry Sawchuk Cubs which will have four coach-j Knotted at 143, six strokes baek| aIK j defenseman Marcel Prono- es in Lieu of a field leader. Ralphlof Pulmer and Player, were sev-| V()s( Houk will make his debut as Van- 1 en players— pros Byron Nelson. -19 j A shou){ j ep in j ur> . , 0 kee pilot. He succeeds Casey'a two-time Masters champion. Stengel, who won 10 iris 12-year reign in New Other new pilots include Alvin Burkemo, and the top amateur,! and foot bruise to Pronovost pennants in Ken Venturi, Lionel Hebert, Tom- forcpd , x)th , a>|irs , fl tne si(je . Jew York. my Bolt, Ted Kroll, and WalterL,^ du . , h ' MlinB ganu> . Dark at San Francisco, Bob Schef- t'ing at Detroit. Joe Gordon aljchampion. Charley Coe—twice U.S. amateur!were five players — former U.S. iOpen champions Lew Worsham Kansas City, Mickey Vernon ati Only one contender was notched anil Jack Fleck, Gone Littler, and Washington ami Billy Rigney utial even par 114, slender Paul Los Angeles. Harney, while bracketed at 145 the other two surviving amateurs, Jack Nicklaus and Bob Gardner. many considered for SAILING IN NETHERLANDS w, flying Dutchman vbwi recite. »t. toosdwcbt, ™fp \n l«i?'" pt n"H'>''' < 1 ™ o «ff Oiler Track Sqiiad Rolls By Panthers Dragway Opens Season Sunday Sunday will mark the first big meet of the 1961 season, the Alton Dragway Grand Opening Meet. Over 350 competition machines and participants are expected!Brown of Wood River also scored ' '_ „ WOOD RIVER — The Wood River Oilers copped their opening track meet as they defeated the Jerseyville Panthers, 66-43, here Friday afternoon. Jim Chandler of Jerseyville copped two first places, winning the high jump and 440-yard 36-48 win over the Jerseyville from six states to vie for titles in 84 classes of competition and six eliminator divisions. The popular eliminators will pit class winners within various sections to establish the top machine of each of the six sections. Within divisions of 25-foot handicap is awarded for each alphabetical class difference. The purpose of the handicaps is to provide an equalizer between class winners. These events are extremely popular since the faster car must start farther back and has to come on fast to win at the far end. Gates open and time trials begin at 8 a.m. with the first race beginning at '2 p.m. The Dragway i>: located off Rt. 140 east of Alton on Fosterburg road. FIGHT RESULTS My THE ASSOCIATED PKKSS Mobile, Ala.—Guy Sumlin, 146, Prichard. Ala., outpointed Ralph Dupas, 119, New Orleans. 8. Reno, Nev.—Govan Small, 160, Sacramento, Calif., stopped Dick Lane. 16114, Reno, 5. Lewiston, Idaho—Jimmy Grow, 138, Lewiston, outpointed Jimmy (Bang Bang) Walker, 135, Port- l-.nrl Or in The York Cincinnati Luubville Results: 120-high hurdles-Waters (W), Egelhoff (J>. Brown (WR). Time -0:15.8. TOO yard dash — Lane (WR), (WR), Braden (WR). 8SO yard run — Jewsbury (J), Marshall (Ji, Orr (WR). Tinie- 2:13.9. 880 yard rolay — Wood River (Lane, Braden, Sorgea, and Grafford), Jerseyville. Time-l:36.8. 440 yard run — Chandler (J), Sorgea (WR), McClery (J). Timi'-0:55.4. 180 yard low hurdles — Brown iWR), Harvey (WR), Metizie (J) and Hannenberg (J) tied tor third. Time-0:24.3. Mile run—Vane! (J). Jewsbury (Ji, Harmon (WR). Tinie-5:05.i. 220 run — Grattord and Braden at j(WR) tie. Wilson (WR). Time- It): 23.0. a " Mile relay — Jerst> ville. Wood (N) ut bun Diego Ri\vr. Time-3:49.3. two firsts for his winning team with wins in the broad jump and 180-yard low hurdles. The Oilers will travel to Granite City Tuesday for another meet. Wood River JVs scored a lEXHHJmON BASEBALL By The Associated Press Friday Results Minnesota 1, Detroit 0 Cincinnati 3, Milwaukee 2 (13 in- Philadelphia 7. Pittsburgh 4 St. LouU 8, New York ii Bu»ron 4. Chica^u (N) I Cleveland S. Los Anuele^ (N) 3 Today's Garnet Chicago (A) at Chlcjgu iN) Philadelphia vs Pittsburgh Deliver ui St. Louis %s . Milwaukee "^ f-Miici^o vs. upland ui! Shot put-Kanter (WRi, Rgel- Siill Lake City Baltimore vs. Kansas City ut Uay- lonu Beach Boston V.-. Washington at Durham Sunday Game* Philadelphia Denver vs. Pittsburgh at New York at St. Louis Cincinnati vo. Milwaukee at Loubvillu Loa Angeles (N) at Sao Diego (PCL) , , San francljco Vj. Cleveland at Salt Lake City Chicago tN) at Chicago (A) Baltimore vs. Minnesota at Rich mond Boston vo. Washington ut Winston- Suleni Detroit v». KwJ*a» City «i Jack' bonvllle hoff (J), Lone (WR). Distance- Discus — KgelhuM (J), Milktr (WR). Strahan (WR). Distance- 127'2'i,". Pole vault — Meiuwlunx (WR). Lallue (WR). WUsun (J), Height High jump - Chandkr U>. i Brown (WR), Water* <WR). Broad jump — Bruwn (WR). Chandler iWR>.

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