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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12,1081 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Roll By Flyers, 68-50 Trowbridge Sets Record With 1:59.7 in 880 Run wan it, LOUIS - ti» Aitm HtxH School (nek team contintiM to mM ffliittty over the Bast ft. Lottjt flyen, taking a flMO win home from a dual meet held at Paraottt field Tuesday afternoon. Although the day was far from Idnl fop track, both teams un> llmered for forthcoming meets. Alton's John Trowbridge came through with a 1:99.7, 880-yard run to set an Alton High School record for one of the better times of the day. He also ran a B2-sec- ond lap on the winning mile relay team. B. B. Gater, the sizzling Redbird dash man, ran under wraps but did take first in the 100 and 220-yard dashes plus anchoring the last leg of the 880-yard relay team. Gater turned in a 10.1 century time and a 22.9 mark for the 220-yard dash. Gater has been fighting the flu bug. The Redbird mile relay team composed ol Mack Davis, Mike Fike, Trowbridge and George Hunt turned in a time of 3:31.1 which is nearing midseason form. Warren Hampton was the big gun for Ihe East St. Louis crew, taking three firsts. He took first Mile relay — Alton (Mack Davis, Mike Flke, John Trowbridge, George Hunt). Tlme~3:31.1. Shot put — Bill Rtenardson (A). Owen (ES). Jones (ES). Distance —47 ft. 4 Inches. Discus — Jim Long (US). Econ- omldes (A). Owen (ES). Distance 140 ft 2H inches. Standings Chicago Los Angeles Minnesota Cleveland Kansas City New York Detroit Boston Washington Baltimore W 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 L 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 1.000 1.000 1,000 .000 I .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 .000 I Today's Game* Loi Angeles at Baltimore (N) Chicago at Washington (N) Only games scheduled Tuesday Schedule Cleveland 9. Detroit B tot Angeles 7. Baltimore 2 Kansas City S. Boston 2 Minnesota 6. New York 0 Thursday Games Chicago at Washington Cleveland at Detroit Minnesota at New York Kansas City at Boston NATIONAL LEAGUE WRThincladsWhip Granite, 71146* ers and Lowell Brown took two events each for the Oilers. Graf' ford won the 100-yard dash and 200, Waters won both the 120 and 180 hurdles while Brown took the high and broad jumps. Waters had the best performance with 0:21.9 in the 180-yard low hurd les. The Wood River J.V.s were also victorious with a 48-38 win. The Oilers will host Western Military Thursday night in the next meet. Results: 100-yard dash — Grafford (WR), Lane (WR) Milton (GO and Love (GO tie for third. Time— 0:10.7. 220 yard dash - Grafford (WR) Summers (GO, Graden (WR). Time-0:24.1. j _,. , 440-yard run—Love (GO, Sor-j DETROIT—Outfielder Jim Piersall of the Cleve-| gea (W R), witsell (GO. Time-i HAS LAST LAVGH GRANITE CITY - The Wood River Oilers thtnclads scored a 714-46% win here Tuesday in a dual track meet with host school Granite City. Lloyd Grafford, Warren Wat- 880-yard run - Vasiletf (GO, Knight (GO, Orr (WR). Time -2:14. Mile run — Richey (GO, Lapln- ski (GO, Harmon (WR). Time— 5:03.1. 120 high hurdles - Waters (WR), Harvey (WR) Brown (WR). Time -0:16. 180- low hurdles - Waters (WR), Harvey (WR), Brown (WR). Time-0:21.9. Spencer's Blow Beats Braves High jump — Thureu (GO, Brown (WR) and Water (WR) tied for second, Height -57" Broad jump — Brown (WR), Waters (WR), Milton (GO. Distance—19'6". Pole vault—Broboski (GO, LaHue (WR), Mensching (WR). Height - 10'6". Discus — Titsworth (GO, Strahan (WR), Miller (WR), Distance -125'4". Shot put — Titsworth (GO Lane (WR), Kanter (WR). Distance OBI Chicago Milwaukee Philadelphia San Francisco prize in the broad jump. UDS Angeles Hampton look the low hurdles m" in 15.1, came back and won the low hurdles in 20.6 and won the broad jump with a leap of 22 ft. % inches. Alton alse swept the honors in the junior division, winning 80-38. Dan Gantz and Bert Mary were standouts in the junior varisty events. The Birds will travel to Carbondale to participate in the Hurst-Bush Mineral Relays at the SIU Stadium Saturday morning and afternoon. Summary: 120-yard high hurdles—Warren Hampton (ES). Gormley (A). Rampenmal (ES). Time—: 15.1. 100-yard^ dash—B. B. Gater (A). Randol (A). Ayres (A). Time - o i.ooo o i.ooo o i.ooo 0 .000 i 1 .000 1 1 .000 1 1 .000 1 880-yard run — John Trowbridge (A). Damper (ES). Ba*he- lor (A). Time—1:59.7. 880-yard relay — Alton (Randol, Jackson, Bayer, Gater). Time —1:34.1. 440-yard dash — Sylvester Hyde (ES). Hunt (A). Davis (A). Time —:52.7. 180-yard low hurdles — Warren Hampton (ES). Fike (A). Gormley (A).' Tiriie— :2K6. Mile run — Tom Mooney (ES). Gill (A). Watrous (A). Time — 4:37.8. 220-yard dash — B. B. Gater (A). Youngblood (ES). Ayres (A). Time—:22.9. High jump — (three-way tie for first place) Brent Allen (ES). Jerry Miller (ES) and Wilbur Davis (A). Height—5 ft. 6 inches. Pole vault — Ed Dancy Alton. (Two-way tie for second) Davis (A) and O'Dell (ES). Height—12 ft. Broad Jump—Warren Hampton (ES). Bayer (A). Dancy (A). Distance—33 ft. % inches. POWER-PACKED BATTERY fit* mort popular car* . . . «-volt FMMr. ••Her.* r*i|||d •tartinc In any „.-..„„ weather ... 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Minnesota's placing in the West and the switch of the Dallas Cowboys to the Eastern Conference were part of the release of the official NFL schedule. Now a 14- team league with the addition of the Vikings, the NFL will play 98 games next season — an increase of 20 over last season. Under the new schedule, each team will play home-and-home series with the six other clubs in its conference and also will play two inter-conference games —one home and one away. Although the league had authorized Rozelle to draw up a schedule with both Minnesota and Dallas playing "swing schedules" as Dallas did last year the commissioner said this was unnecessary "because of increased availability of playing sites, including a new stadium in Washington." Minnesota and Dal las, however, will play a home- and-home inter-conference series with each other. The season starts for all clubs Sept. 17 and ends Dec. 17, with all but four games on Sundays. The Bears will play at Los Angeles on Saturday night, Sept. 23, and Green Bay will play its tradi tional Thanksgiving Day game with Detroit on Nov. 23. In addi tion, two late-season games —still not selected — will be switched from Sunday to Saturday to permit national telecasts. Thornton Prep Star Decides on Bradley PEORIA (AP) — Bob Caress, much sought Thornton High School of Harvey basketball star, said today he plans to enroll next fall in Bradley. Caress, who lives in Harvey, last month was named to The As sociated Press All-Tournament list after his performance in leading Thornton to a second place WMA Cadets Easily •/ Beat Aquinas Squad The Western Military Red Raid-,Kaune (W), Marisjeren (W). ers tallied a 104-14 track win here Tuesday afternoon over St. Thomas Aquinas of St. Louis. Mike Prime was the leading point marker for the Red Raiders as he garnered in top honors in the high and low hurdles plus a first in the broad jump. He was I 440-yard run — Schoepp (W). also on the winning 880-yard relayJRothberg (W), Bird (W). Time team, The Raiders will go to —0.55.8. ABSORBERS land Indians, whose encounters with baseball fans are known to most everyone, displays golf balls, hairbrush and tape measure he said were tossed at him, among other things, as he was playing his centerfield position. Jim said he got even with the fans by getting on base five times, including four hits, out of six times at the plate in Indians 9-5 win over the Detroit Tigers in season opener at Detroit. (AP Wirephoto) | :88 . Time—: 11.1. 880-yard run — Ranney (W), Bycznski (W), Roberts (A). Time -2:11.8. 880-yard relay — Western (Kaune, Alice, Prime, Bernhard) Time—1:40.1. Wood River Thursday afternoon. Summary: 120 qard high hurdles—Prime (W), Mishaver (A), Townsley (W). Time—0:17.8. 100-yard dash — Alice (W), SPORTS MENU WEDNESDAY Baseball Colllnsvllle at Alton. Marquette at Civic Memorial. Western at Lutheran Central. Granite City at Edwardsvllle. Carllnville at Southwestern. TENNIS Granite City at Edwardsvllle. Madison at Roxana. Golf Western at Collinsville. THURSDAY Baseball Alton at Wood River. East St. Louis at Edwardsvllle. Roxana at Highland. Jerseyville at Jacksonville. Track Western at Wood River. FRIDAY Baseball Chaminade at Marquette. Wood River at Roxana. Lincoln at Edwardsvllle. Jerseyville at Greenfield. Track Jerseyville at Roxana. Tennis Greenville at Roxana. SATURDAY Baseball John Burroughs at Western. Wood River at Belleville. Track Roxana at Hurst — Bush Relays (Carbondale). Golf Jacksonville at Alton. Illinois Woman Leads Singles FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) - A Farmington, 111., housewife held the singles lead today in the Worn en's International Bowling Congress. Mrs. Eleanor Metelka compiled a 603 total on games of 224, 152 and 229 Tuesday to take over the lead from Mrs. Dorothy Kaiser of Milwaukee who rolled a 595 series Monday. Mrs. Metelka's series was the first 600 total of the current W1BC tournament. She holds an average of 165 and 164 in four Farmington leagues. Mrs. Metelka teamed with Eleanor Moll, also of Farmington, for a 1055 series and seventh place In the WIBC doubles division. finish. He will he graduated from Thornton this June. Shot put — Schreep (W), Brick (W) Katz (W). Distance—48'5" 180 yard low hurdles — Prime (W), Mishaver (A), Townsley (W). Time—0:23.5. Mile run — Henderlite (W), Bycznski (W), McGill (W). Time -5:21. 220-yard run — Kaune (W), Al lee (W), Marisjeren (A). Time— 0:24.9. Broad jump — Prime (W), Mil Ian (W), Jacezko, (A). Distance High jump — Millan (W) and Beters (A) tied for first, Gold berg (W), Prime (W) and Good man (W) all tied for third. Heigh —5'2". Discus — Engle (W), Brick (W) Katz (W). Distance 125'5". Pole vault — Joy (W), Ranney (W), Wiley (W). Height 10:6". Mile relay —Western (Schoepp Rieners, Guada ana Bird) Time— 4:02. NewcombeWon't Take LA Offer LOS ANGELES (AP) - Don Newcombe, an unemployed pitch er, would rather stay out of work than spend a season throwing baseballs for the Los Angeles An gels for a paltry $13,000. That, he says, is what they of fered him—plus a $3,000 bonus. "I made $27,000 last season,' Newcombe said, "and I'm not going back to work for nothing. I'm not going to leave my busines back in New Jersey all summer for the kind of money the Angels offered." Newcombe is working out with the Dodgers as a free agent. He said he may ask the Pittsburgh Pirates for a job when they ar rive here later this week. Newcombe, the N at i o n a 1 League's most valuable player in 1936 when he won 27 games for Brooklyn, spent the spring in Florida with the Dodgers but couldn't make their roster. The Dodgers might have used him as a reliever, but pitching coach Joe Becker wasn't certain Newcombe's 34-year-old arm had the kind of resiliency needed for relief pitching. Oiler Nine Zips Past Kahoks, 6-2 WOOD RIVER — The Wood liver Oilers took advantage of a eaky Collinsville Kahok defense and scored a 6-2 Southwestern Conference baseball win Tuesday afternoon. The Kahoks were guilty of seven miscues afield, more than enough to hand the Oilers the ball game. Terry Bub hurled for Col Snsville and allowed only five Oilers hits, but coupled with the rrors, the Kahoks slipped be hind in the fifth inning. Jim Blackledge went the dis tance for Wood River allowing only three Kahok hits, but the Oilers were also nervous afield and committed four errors. Wood River drew blood in the first inning when three straight singles put the Kahoks in trouble and then an error on a ground ball allowed two Oiler runners to cross the plate. Collinsville came back in the third inning and knotted the score with two runs. Mistakes caught up with the Kahoks in the fifth, when the Oilers pushed across one run and the roof fell in in'the bottom of the sixth as Wood River added three insurance runs. AVood River now has a 4-1 mark of the season and is 2-1 in conference play. The Oilers will host Alton for another loop game Thursday afternoon. INNING: 1234567 R H E Colltnsvllle 002000 0—2 3 7 Wood River 200013 x—6 5 4 BATTERIES — Collinsville: Bub and Kreitemeyer. Wood River: J. Blackledge and B. Blackledge. rafford), Granite City. Time— 1:38.4. Mile relay — Wood River (Reynolds, Ruecker, Schoeneweis, and Bickmore), Granite City. Time— 3:54.3. relay — (LAne, Sorgea, Braden and MILWAUKEE (AP) - A home run by Daryl Spencer Tuetday helped fashion the first season opening victory of the St. Louis Cardinals in four years, a 2-1, 10 inning triumph over Milwaukee. Thus the Cardinals In a hurry eliminated the fear of a repeat o last year, when they lost thel first five games played. Ernie Broglio worked seven in nlngs for the Redbirds, yielding four hits. Lindy McDaniel hel the Braves hitlesg in the last three innings. Main Cardinal victim was War ren Spahn, long-time Cardina nemesis, who will be 40 in ] days. He was shooting for h 289th major league victory and hi 59th over the Cards. Spahn he! the Cardinals scoreless on two hits In seven innings. But he weakenec in the eighth and Hal Smith 1 triple followed by Bob Nieman' pinch single tied the score. The Braves had taken the lea in the fourth inning on Eddl Mathews' homer. The Cardinals are idle toda and face Milwaukee again Thurs with Bob Miller scheduled fo fledbird mound duty and Le\ Burdette on tap fo rthe Braves Maryland has won the A lantic Coast Conference wres ling championship eight straigl times. Spww WHIW Big, wrong, right tender Norman Kolb of the Manjoeite fix- term Just tnisaed fnitlfng a nth lit game M he pitched hto Explorers to a 144 Catholic League same over St. French de Sales icre at Riverfront Tuesday after Kolb Sparks To Easy 14-0 Victory Player A Roz'skl Scheve Oalllna ioon. The lone de Sales hit came in he fifth with one out. Jerry Cope, a pinch hitter, lined a solid single up the middle Into centerfield. Kolb used overpowering strength in kayoing a total of 14 batters. He fanned the sides in the tourth and fifth innings and was charged with three walks. Besides hurling a great game Kolb's bat was not silent. He banged out a three-for-three day, drove in two runs and scored three. The Explorers chipped in with some fine hitting as they gathered 14 hits along with 10 de Sales er tors. First baseman Tom Scyoc, shortstop Tom Holden, third baseman Joe Eichorn and right fielder Bill Warren all contributed two hits to the Explorer attack. The Explorers batted round in the second inning when they tallied five runs. Warren started things with a double, catcher Dave Huber walked, as did centerfielder Jeff Oetken to load the bases. One run scored on an error and Kolb batted the other two home on his first single. Scyoc singled and both runners came home on an error. The Explorers again exploded in the fourth inning for sevenOrioles. lint. MaiifUtR" MofM Wilt oti an tttntt flvf tfnpM i ... double by Joe fitefnrn. Hw Qrttl two rura raffw tt tht iwin *"" three singlet and two frtWf 1 John Thebeau was On hurler M he went alt <!»**. St. Francis had an (ncxtmrtenctd ball, club, six unde-rclaWnito, and it showed as they coMUNIUed 10 errors. The Explorers are now 4-2 for the year and 2-1 in the Catnoflc League. St. Francis stands 0-3 for the young season and 0-2 In the loop. 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