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ALTON iviMro.muMMm Gives Up One Mia Win wood ItHW OOcfS icurod {heir, Bnfd WB <S? Wt bMBbwH y wdNWflUg W€MW5flft nlu* Academy. 11-1. In a g*m« at the Alton campos Saturday. t»*f hurter Phil Whttkx* had ft fiHfltter going until the shift *rin«K| when Templeton banged dW nwt of the (tern- age in two Mi tantogt, taring five runs to the flfth and toor to the neventh. Wood River picked up one ran In the second and third Innings. The only extra base Wows hiti by the Oilers were rwo doubles, i one by Sam Ladd and the other by John Heck. Outfielder Don Cobb was the only Oiler to get two hits, both singles. : The Western Military nine hart trouble afield and committed seven errors in the opening game of the season. The only Cadet nm came in the sixth inning on Templeton's double. Knapp started on the mound; tor Western and was relieved in th fourth inning by Dale Seville. Wood River is now 3-1 for the season and will travel to Collins- vilte for a Southwestern Conference game this afternoon. West- em Military, now 0-1 for the season, will be at Lutheran Central for an ABC League game Wednesday afternoon. Wodd River (11) Wwtern <l> Player AB R H Templeton 3 0 221 Juacta 3 3 1 0 Marshall 4 3 I I Saville 3 5 i l Stude- 221 baker Ladd RUttT H«ck VtUligan Proctor B. Black 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Joe Stanka Defies Sox, Pitches Game By AtAff CLIMB TOKYO (AP) - The NtTlkal Hawks defied American baseball powers Sunday by starting controversial Joe Stanka in their season opener. The Mg right-hander went five Innings and received credit tor th* victory over the Hankyu Braves. Throwing an assortment of pitches, he yielded two hita, struck out tour and issued three walks. Last week, U.S. baseball Com- mlssfoner Ford Prick said Stanka was not eligible to play in Japan until the Hawks made a settlement with the Chicago White Sox. We would expect them (the Hawks) to observe the contract," Frick said. The Stanka affair was a pre the So~x, tnefl wwit 011 fM list. Stanka signed wlft Nairttai In the off season and had a 1741 sea son In Japan. The White Sox claimed they Still owned Sfanka and he had no right to sign a Nankai contract. Frick agreed The squabble itmmend down when the Hawk front office intimated negotiations would be made toward a settlement. sa^gswn mUm MM IrwT BOB ww Hfflp MMWi tfw _ in Ml lift fcMMV J« It fliit way; "¥Mi rt ft* WH fwm ever BMtmbUd. Wt didn't have flandtw «nd term g*if fn» Sunders new-tot But Just before the 1981 season got under way here, a Nankai spokesman said, "We have no in tention to pay any money or give a player to the White Sox, because we have a formal contract with Stanka." If the Sox have a beef, the spokesman said, it's with Stanka ,. not the Japanese club. But he !season headliner here when the!" 0 '" 1 stanka wanfs to . sta y herc American League team claimed J. Blackledge whlttock Bttrtc TOtal INNINGS 4 o 3 2 Elliott 0 0 Smith Knapp 1 Burnham 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 WINNING FORM 2711 7 Totals 1234567 Wood River 0 I 1 0 5 0 4-11 Wft*C*rn 0000010—1 Umpires—Plarski. Tinsley. 20 1 1 R H E! 7 1 I 7 STANFORD, Calif.—Dennis Johnson, (left) Sao Jose State student from Jamica, shows bis style in the start of the 100 yard dash daring meet between San Jose, Stanford University and Oklahoma University here Saturday. He is shown top, coming up slowly to the set position and in full stride, bottom. already taking lead over Len Breschtni, center, Stanford U. and Disk Sinclair, Oklahoma U. right Johnson's style to starting has helped him to unofficially tie the world record of 0.8 twice during recent meets. He won the race today in 9.4. Breschini finished fourth, Sinclair did not place. AP Wlrephoto) Suffers Double Defeat \ JACKSONVILLE — MacMur- j ray College handed Principia; College two losses 8-3'and 2-1 in; a double header played here Sat-j urday afternoon, i to the first game, MacMurray came back in the bottom of the.; first Inning to tie the score and) By JOE REICHLEB then' took the lead with two runs 1 Associated Press Sports Writer in the second inning. The hostj Baseball's most revolutionary team picked one run in the fifthjexperiment of the century—a 10- and broke loose for four in the) team major league—was sched- sixth. Principia added two in thejuled to get under way in the na- top of the sixth but not enough logon's capital today when the overcome the host team. i brand new Washington Senators The second game was a littiej inaugurate the American League Major Leagues Begin Another Hectic Race Stanka, though a pitcher with Nankai last year, was White Sox property. A long-time minor leaguer, he had finished the 1959 season with and has no Intention of returning to the Sox. H he did, the spokesman added, he would have to pay his club compensation for violating the Nankai contract. Rain Washes Out Action In Masters Golf Meet By JERRY LISKA Associate^ Prow Sports Writer AUGUSpl, Ga. (AP) - Chesty at cha crusty Gary Player •» and defending champion Ar- Cincinnati, Chicago and PhiladeH balanced hitting but, they lack phia. In the American, Baltimore, j second-line pitching and a strong Chicago and Cleveland are rated) bench. They also could use more a chance ,to dethrone the 'power. Yankees, ! The Yankees are strong, fleet,) handed and replete with good: ba £|£|,f hitters. Th»y have good front-line; pitching. Their weak spots are a| New Y0 rk IBM Standing* By The Associated Press Here's the way the major league eo<Jed American League W. L. Pet. season: tighter played with MacMurray j season against the Chicago White; thin bench and sub-par second- j Baltimore scoring a run in the sixth inning ; sox. il ine pitching. Also Houk, although! Cleveland to break a 1-1 deadlock. MacMur-i ^ £„,,,„«„, League whichj he has show " himself to be a cool.)£»•*'«« lon ray drew first blood with a runj be&i ^ National to expansion byj 031 " 1 and capable leader, must | Boston in the third inning and Principiaj^ r has ^ fie]d to jtgeiilprove himself a replacement for' Kanias tied the score in the fourth withj today provided ^ weather ^Stengel. .._.,. .. a lone run. !„„»«,«»= F-« B ™hnHv is rpndv in-i In th « National League, Pitts Principia is now 1-2 lac the season and will host Harris College in a game Wednesday after- 97 89 87 76 73 71 65 .630 .578 .565 .494 .474 .461 .432 .377 noon. Ftcbeht walpole Tor son Austin Crandail Roe Gardner Howell Prather Stonman Schau- roan Flrtt Game (J) R H Player A 0 0 Anderson 1 o Wiliaou 0 1 D. Flyan 0 1 Price 0 0 Mc- 1 0 Whorter DOT. Flynn 1 Trout Kraulac Nel&c t operates. Everybody is ready, eluding President Kennedy, is slated to throw out the bail. Also anxious to get going . arc righthanders Early Wynn of, " rst '" ne _ ithe White Sox and Dick Donovan; . v hJburgh is pretty much in the same!st. Louis h °' first position as the Yankees in the|gS F?!ncilco American. The Pirates have good] Cincinnati pitching, defense ; Chicago W. 95 88 86 82 79 67 60 59 G.B 8 10 21 24 26 32 36 G.B nold Palmer face a delayed final go for the Masters golf title today after a rainstorm drowned Sunday's scheduled last round. The entire 41-player field must start over again but based on Sunday's canceled activity, Player's four-stroke lead may fold under Palmer pressure. When the lightning etched, bloated skies spilled a waterfall on Augusta National course. Player held only a two-stroke lead over Palmer at 65 and 63 holes respectively. At that point no other contender chance for the estimated top prize, although 10 players already had completed 72 roles, led by Mike Souchak and Dick Mayer with 291s. The forecast envisioned partly- cloudy, windy weather with tern peratures reaching the high 60s The par 36-36—72, 6,980-yard course drains well, so Player and Palmer, whose birdie-birdie finish carved his second Masters' trl umph last year-, could wind up in a tight finish. . „. . ; ,, : Player, who starts "SO 'minutes ahead of Palmer, could find himself hi the same sad situation as while Player—turning the first nine in 35—had floundered to a bogey on the flooded llth green when play was called. As the field repeats its final round start, pro Paul Harney and amateur Charley Coe, are tied for third—six strokes off the pace at 212, Pro Bill Collins is at 213, and he trio of Jack Burke, Bob Ris- mrg and Don January are notched at 24. [had a {$20,000 66 68 72 75 87 94 95 .571 .558 .523 .513 .435 .390 .383 Ken Venturi finished with last year. Venturi an apparent title Houston Hosts Top Amateurs all Colllnsvine «i Alton. 4arau«tt« at civic i«l«rn at Lutheran >MI* City rllnville «t Oranit* City M*diion tit W»«»rn AHwi at We „. . . Bast «t. Louu at Bdw«rd»viu«. Roxina at Highland. Jerteyvltle •£ Jtchionvliu. Western it Wood River. FRIDAY 1«»eb«lL Chemlnade at Marqattt*. Wood River at Roxan*. Lincoln at Bdwardsviut. Jerseyville at Greenfield. Track Jerseyville at Roxana. Tennit Greenville at Roxana. SATURfaAY ftaieball John Burroughs at Western. Wood River at Belleville. Track Roxana at Hurst —Buih Relays (Carbondale). Golf Jacksonville at Alton. Senators Open 1961 Season By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington's expansion-created Senators representing the nation's capital with a makeshift band of rookie hopefuls and veteran castoffs, open the baseball season today as American League exhibition champions. Jim) l/acutorflrt th« playoff* last year. The Jot«» boyi (tern and K,C.) a« bttwr, •Now we have • (putt bench- attd that rnakw thit our but dub." Boston ii on the ven« of Itt Alton YMCA Weightlifters Capture State The Alton YMCA welghtllftlng team Is the new state champion The local strong men travelet to becatur Saturday and carrtet off state honors with* a total of 33 points.Second' was Decatur with 20 and third was Irving Park of Boston Chicago with 14. The meet was "$/£„„ held at the Decatur YMCA. avenge *» *• »< ^Hl lu belter 9MOT;ltVilWn > flll Celtic team. But ht* . _ sling m from the fl«W attlMt St. Louis and ,«4 IntMdfllt the Eastern flntl ^HttiWjWpl^lWi tops th« twm fc£ raHfWt, «wttofl* 'He has tn* cottfl*mw now," Cousy said. "S*tch slwtytbifl» fine touch but thti li n*v» WJgh if you don't have the oMtttmce." SATURDAY BMton (III ftft Player Heinsohn Loscutoff Russell Cousy Sharmnn S. Jones Jones ,1 0 4 4 3 S 3 1 Contoy Sanders rotais Jl 10 7 7 8 2 2 0 1 a 4 4 2-1 2 0 482430 Tot«ll tCl patilt H«**n Lovellette ; t McCarthy wi Score by Quarter. Two weeks ago the Alton lifters won the district meet at the same *> ••'• ' This year marks the return of Boston Player Helnsohn Loscutoff Russell Cousy weightlifting to the Alton Y for J I*"™™ the first time in many years. !* on ei Dave Zerwas captured second j Ramsey in the 132-pound class with a total of 4ffi pounds. Roger Fowler was third with 430. In the 148- pound class Joe Reinhardt first with 485 pounds. Bill Bolen was second with 480 and Jim Brown was third with 450. Rudolph, Stormt tt*wk« < 184 0 1 4 542 610 S 0 1 S 0 0 4 4 2 1 10 2 Pefttlt Hagatt LOvel- 1 lette 1 McCarthy o wnk«n* Green 2 Saulds- 4 berry 4 Ferrari 6 s 428 305 4 3 31 was) Boston Hawki Officials. 44 31 28 Totals by Quarters 1 2 382831 2, 4 Tot. In the 165-pound class Don Lyons was first with 330 pounds. I In the 198-pound class Jess Bill- The surprising Senators, joining!ings came in third with 665 the new Los Angeles Angels in the new 10-team AL lineup, wound up the pre-season firing Sunday with a 15-10 record despite a 6-0 loss to Boston in a rain-shortened six-inning contest. The world champion Pittsburgh Pirates, scheduled to begin defense of their title Tuesday, fin- HOUSTON (AP) - Five of the ished on l °P ot the National top 10 amateur tennis players standings with an 18-11 the world will be in action here mark . a J thou B h Ios i n S to Philadel starting Tuesday in the 27th Rive: Oaks tennis tournament. A total of 64 young players, most of them from colleges and universities in t he southwest, played 48 matches .today for 16 places opposite the 16 players who are exempt from a qualifying round. The five stars in the tournament include Neale Fraser, Australia's No. 1 ranked player, and phia 4-2 in their final prep. In other games, Minnesota beat Baltimore 7-2, San Francisco whipped Cleveland 4-1, Kansas City edged Detroit 3-2 in a five- inning game halted by rain and the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated San Diego of the Pacific Coast League 2-1. New York-St, Louis, Cincinnati- Milwaukee and Chicago Cubs- Chicago White Sox were canceled I t'h'lof the Senators, who will attempt! O ^jto pitch the rest ol the way. , 0 u o o 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 ^ 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 200 A pouring rain drenched Grif-! fifth Stadium Sunday. Should the rain refuse to relent, or make the; field unplayable, the game will bei pushed back to Tuesday when the! rest of the American League's 10- Cards Begin Season On Milwaukee Field clinching 283. One stroke down with two holes to go, Palmer bagged birdies on the 17th and 18th and won with 282. Between South Africa's Player, |« seeking to become the first for- 36 jeign player to win the Masters, and Palmer, the most chagrin over the cancelation came fromj Palmer. "I was getting the breaks) and on the move," he said. Berhard Bartien, America's top-'due to the weather, ranked amateur. J The foreign stars have the ad-! vantage in this year's toumey. | Three of the top four seedings went to Australians Fraser, Rod Laver and Roy Emerson. Three other foreign countries are repe- sented by their leading players. Wood Memorial Sets Derby Pace NEW YORK (AP) — Ambio- poise won the $38,300 Gotham Stakes with plenty of authority Battle Tonight pounds. Red Wings Must Score Win Tonight CHICAGO (AP) -De t r o i t 's patched up Red Wings hope to gain the upper hand against the Chicago Black Hawks tonight in their "score first and win" Stanley Cup. playoff series. The team which has scored first also has won in the championship showdown which is tied at one game each and resumes in Chicago Stadium tonight. Bolstered by their 3-1 triumph over the Hawks in Detroit Saturday night, the Red Wings realize they most win in Chicago if they hope to grab the cup because 28 34 3B 28 119 31 25 28 93 104 Storm. Rudolph. Alton Runners Battle Flyers Tuesday at 4 The strong Alton High track team goes after another first in a dual meet Tuesday when ttie Redbird thinclads travel to East St. Louis for a cinder battle with the always tough East Side Flyers at Parsons Field starting at 4 p.m. Alton comes off an impressive showing in the Triangular meet with Beaumont and Vashon Friday afternoon at Public School Stadium in St. Louis. The Redbirds racked up 79 points against Beaumont's 34 and Vashort's 12. Beaumont is the defending Missouri state champion. Alton should be at full strength with possibly the exception of James Jackson. B. B. Gater, who was not expected to run in the 100 and 220 yard dashes against Beaumont and Vashon, will be ready _. . .. . . .for action. He hit 9.9 in the 100 Chicago has the advantage of p .. ^ ^ g jn {h ^ ^ playing four games at home if the Uatte / br - ^ ^ ^ best-of-seven series goes the dis- rem . d hfi ha(J ^ [{t ^ with SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Heavyweight contenders Eddie J f Palmer had wrapped up a 2- under-par 34 on the first nine, j gatm-day. and favoritism for the JMay ! will iold Machen and Mike Dejohn battle in a scheduled 10-rounder tonight each aiming to blast himself into a championship bout. Machen, the No. 2 ranking contender from Portland, Ore., stands the best chance of doing it since he's already firmly in the title picture and the 10-7 favorite for this Cow Palace meeting. Champion Floyd Patterson indi- Terry Sawchuk and de- enseman Marce l Pronovost both; 22.1. Jackson ran a leg in the 800- IClltn^ll J«-*l **4C*I ^\,l * » w**w» w0i wv*t ( . , made the trip to Chicago with the!* 8 " 1 urelav ' but can also ta Red Wings Sunday night. Sawchuk!^ who injured his shoulder in the| a hurdler. This will be the sixth meet of _ team setup begins the flag chase, i MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Mil- M 3 3 Totals M 8 4 The National, with its customary'| wau | {ee Braves and the St. Louis i o o o o ! o-? 3 ! ei Bht teams - starts Tuesday- Jt>s | Cardinals, a couple of pennant- Total* INNING: K£ay II- 6014 ,-« 4 Second Gtune PrlnclDlu (I) • MacMurray Prtncipia_ U» H p)ayer AB R H Jwin wi 300 Anderson 300 0 Wiliam* 4 10-eam ' volving expansion program— in- 1 consc j ous rivals who wound up in Filbert Walpole Tor son Crandail Roe Gardner Howell Stone i o o o o Stoneman 2 Total* 23 INNING: Principia MacMurray D. Flynn Price 1 Worihen DOT. Flynn 0 0 Trout 0 0 Krulac Hohen- 0 0 terser 1 1 Totals 1234567 0 0 0 I 0000 0 1 0 0 I Houston and New York- go into effect until 1962. Tuesday's opening pairings are 'as follows: In the American 0 League, the old Washington team, St. Louis Manager Solly Hemus is expected to stick with the lineup which carried the Cards to an 86-68 record last season. Thati^^J means Curt Flood probably will • PROBABLE PITCHERS 6 Kentucky Derby probably cated last Tuesday that his next be decided when the battle 3-year- defense would be against either stars battle it out in thp! Eng i and ' s Henry Cooper or Maj $75,000-added Wood Memorial atjchen next fall. JAquedugt in two weeks. Machen boasts a 36-3-1 record! first period of the first game I th6 season for the Redbirds ' which Chicago won 3-2, is ready j jbut might not start since Hankj Granite City Now Bassen has filled in brilliantly.! Pronovost has an injured ankle Building Speedway and probably will not be used. or The Hawks, somewhat befuddled GRANITE CITY - A new' $225,by Detroit's run-and-shoot tactics, [000 speedway is now under con- hope to regain the class and power •• struction and is tentatively sched- they displayed in the first period!"led to °P en Ma V 30 ' The tadllty of the opening game when they!will have a half mile banked clay scored three goals and then hune i tra<* with a quarter mile track on on for the triumph. a battle for the bridesmaid role last fall, kick off the 1961 National League season Tuesday in County j mound. Rookie Don -Landrum. a 1 ton (Donovan e-ii, 1:30 p.m. , won-iost records In paren- :eightn glamour gallop April 22, || s 41.7.1 with 28 kayos. ' nas been tj l e ste pping stone tor TODAY American League be in center with Spahn on the; chlcagoA !wy n n"3") a?Washing .fine prospect, may start the,right-handed pitching when against ! 41 omy i * * * Etnerson Cops Masters Meet ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Showing an uncanny skill in judging the gusty wind which upset bis opponent, Emerson easily Australian Roy defeated Luis Ayala of Chile to take top honors Puul. will play the Yankees in New York; Cleveland will oppose the Tigers in Detroit, Kansas City is at Boston, and the new Los Angeles team will meet the Orioles in Baltimore. Washington and Chicago will rejt after; today's inaugural, unless rain forces a postponement. The Nationa] openers Tuesday put Pittsburgh at San Francisco, Philadelphia at Los Angeles i n the only night game, and Chicago at Cincinnati and St. Louis at Milwaukee. The season marks the debut of four new managers and a change in the second annual Masters Ten- of scenery for three others. Ralph Tournament. Houk ^g, to ml 0^ Stengel's Gusts up lo 45 miles per hour',^^ al New y or k. Al Dark Sunday plagued Ayala, seeded I taekles ^ ^b O l restoring peace serenity in Stadium. IUK Hiua^t-ii, mojr smn agaui.->i Only game. the! National League No games. ! TUESDAY .. „., ;„ .w«i Amertcan League men in UlPi Minnesoia (Ramos 11-18) tiie Cards' Ernie Broglto, a com-jCards' flag hopes is Stan (Thej Yo $ ev ^°$ ' p^-V 2 is-Toi at Da-! purative youngster at '£>, in a duel!Man> Musial, an all-time great(trott'^Bu'nning"l^ui, 1:30 p.m.! of the major leagues only 21-game;who has appeared in 100 or morel"£»• Angeles (Grba M) at Balt ,,; winners last year. games for 18 years. |more (Pappas 15-ID. 2 p.m.. 45, u,ratiu<r. .,ir U iu .,o 0 ,.... 6W .. .v~ Southpaw Warren Spahn tlMV'gni-nanaea piicning now called the Minnesota Twinsi^,^, ju , hj wonder , who will^ason gets underway, following its movo to Minnpapoba-, ^ ^ ^ ff ^ mon , h> wiu Qp < mi me Qf ^ k(?y at i Derby winners since Gallant Foxj 27 8 ;;won it in 1930. Six Wood winners! I have gone to cop the roses at; | Louisville. ' At least half a dozen top triple | crown candidates for the Derby, and the the Wood. Spahn, whose 21-10 record in I960 inducted the first no-hitter of his brilliant carter, needs only 12 more victories to reach the' charmed 300 mark. He has won JO games or more in 11 seasons, league record for left- Given a break in the weather. ( Kansas city (Herbert The •i lor who e(J d the Braves expect a turnout some 40,000. Abilene Team Dominates Meet u-i5> at u-ll). 2 of B ^ lon20 ^Monbouquette P ' ' National League Pittsburgh (Friend 18-12), at San ^rancl»co (Jones 18-M), 4 p.m.. LOS ANGELES St. Louis (Broglio 21-8) at Mil- j weight champion waukee (Spahn 21-10), 2:30 p.m 40.000. Davey Moore Retains Crown (AP)-Feather- Davey Moore, set>ond "tt« AUSTIN, Tex. (AP> - Abilene play prued College has reached a '{somewhat enviable position in bmation of Frank Boiling and Koy. () . at , k _ j( has on , |0 w about McMillan, both acquired in oil hades. and No. 4 in the tournament, tailed (o faze Emerson, No. seed, who beat him 6-4, 6-2. , current No. I man of a Ayala gamed the finals by up ! (X)ach i n g sU ff at Chicago getting No 1 seed Neale Fraser! Mickev yernon takes over the of Australia Saturday. u . eing oj a hand-me-down outfit in Susy Kormoczy of Budapest, i Washington. Hungary. 36-year-old No. 2 teed,. Bil)y R ign ey fired by th* Denied to find the wind to her| Gmnls ^ June lries agajn wjth liking also. She won the women's|^ Ix>g Angt> i eis Angels: Jo.- GOT- division finals by deteating top i don who stepped down at De The only other major change in in , _.- * — — „ . ^ , Mij^vauitee lineup will be WJjiind wranity in San t ranc.sco. h Joh ,^ rif J |Vedie Himsl finds himself the breaking it* own records. The Wildcats set a national col- Philadelphia (Roberts 12-16) at Los Angeles (Drysdale 18-14), 11 pm . 50.000. Chicago (Hobble 16-20) at Cincinnati (Purkey 17-11), 2:30 p.m., 34.000. Exhibition Standings a tormei SIOO.UOU bonus grab, get inc opening day nod. EXHIBITION BASEBALL se«ded Ann Hay don 6-2, 64. ol England, |y TM - - Cua4ay RMUIII Boston 6. Washington 0 (called »ix inaingk. legiate record of 3:08.9 In the mile relay April 1. A week later — in the Texas relays here last week tend—they did it in 3:07.9. While jthey were at it they ti«d their jown (WO-yard relay world's record |set in 1938 with 1:£>.6 • Abilene Christian was the star iof the Texas relays show, win- Uiing (our relays and setting records in three. There were 13 rec- set in the two-day ineel, the PRO HOCKEY •y TCK AMOCUTCiO Ntogam. «t (ual t»d, 14) innt, ivjoiiu General Manager •***££& *Ctty 3. Deuo.i j (ctUw , i best on.' outside of Abilene Chris- Frank Law at Kansas City; andj'^^X /^g.Hi.nore 2 i 1 " 11 '* gr * at l>elay nW '' k(i be '" 8 a Bob Seheffing. who aaamplished! San Francisco 4. Cievalsnd I. JP 0 ** V^ 14 (the teat of br.ng.nu the Cuh. J <,{& ?"»•'•' <N) 2 ^ D '«w:Ge or«e home in iiUh place several years! Lo» A i« e(1 ** )( ^ 1 "'" *• ago. succeeds Gordon in Detroit.' The Nationa] League me* pruniiseti to be thf inoi-e gruelling of the two. National League manager*, sizing up the race, envision every dub in (be runoiag but of 15 feet 1 inch by Davies of Oklahoma State, It was tbf> first time for 15 , feet to be exceeded in the 34-y*j«r- New^Vorg m si Lotus. ib»o'tel«4. j old meel Dortmund, Germany — Erich Sfhoeppner, 178, Germany, out- pointed peter Mueller, U*H. OK- uw«y, 10, EXHIBITION STANDING! Final Exhibition BB Bv The AHoetmed National League Pittiburih It St Loul» 18 Sun Franicitco '8 Philadelphia 14 Chicago 14 Lo» Anielen 13 Milwaukee U Cincinnati 1} American Leviue Wg»hin|to« Boston Minnesota Kan»u» City Detroit Chicago Baltimore Cleveland U 10 U II 13 IS 15 »7 Pel. .821 .«15 ,W7 .160 .518 .4*4 414 rditt- Chicago (Ni «t Chic»g» (A), can- ttled snow. Cinclna«ti vs. MUw»«««e at Lom»- vili«. canceled, raw • Aagele* (A) ai ' ('•ia. having disposed of young Danny Valdez in one round and now fresh out of 126-pound foes in this country, teid today he would like to fight lightweight champion Joe Biwvn. The Springfield, Ohio, sharpshooter belted 21-year-old Valdez of Los Angeles out in 2 minutes 48 seconds Saturday night. Valdez was the only American rated In the top 10 in the division. Manager Willie Ketchum and Moore agreed that the aging Brown might not care to rltk his more valuable crown against Davey. But they also agreed such t nuttoh, preferably Itere or in Brown's home tow* el Houston, Tex., offers the bmt money in light. er with Routt of Jacksonville Sat-! urday afternoon. Routt took the inside. It will play host to Dejohn, f"Following Tonight's encounter, s "P er modified stock cars. Sprint jthe two teams meet i n Detroit !Cars - Midgets, and motorcycle races this season. The track is located just across the river from St. Louis and is on Illinois State Route 3, one half mile south of U.S. 66 at Mitchell. The track will be one of Illinois' most up-to-date tracks with concrete retaining walls and chain — Principia link fence for the spectators' cr | • . i Wednesday and return to Chicago Spilt Friday. If a sixth game is necessary it will be played in Detroit Tivo With Routt iApril 16 and game No - 7 is sched - (uled for Chicago April 18. JERSEYVILLE —The Jersey- UCrOy, i utmotii viutic. — me ueracy- »j . T^J wr« Belmont'ville Panthers split a double-head-i Jr 1*111 Netterg Will JACKSONVILLE Kirby McCary of Jerseyville clouted a three-i-un home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to grab the win for Jerseyville. The Panthers are now 2-2 for the season and will host Marquette for a game this afternoon. New York — Jorge Fernandez, 5Ha, Argentina, outpointed Den Moyer, 155',i, Portland, Ore,. 0. Chtck Our l«w M«ti! 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