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\. PAOB TWBWTY.TWO ALTON BVlttlNO TELEGRAPH WBDNftiDAY, AWMIe It, Iff I Baker's DOZEN fly By Hit AmoclttMl l*r«« BAKER, SPORTS EDITOR st. New York Chicago Cleveland Pwtfsttnet pan ««• wt'rt (eld. Strongih in d«Mh also F _. Thwt ihoughto art ipurr«d bf Rwwtna'i win Mwiday in rtw county track mm. The Shelli have been plavina hoit (o (he meet einee 1947 and finally alter never gifting better than a third place He in six previous attain* Roxana wen out aver lor larger schools such as Alton, Granite City. Wood River. Edwardsville and Collinsville. The Shells took just three firsts In the 14 events run off hut pieced} In all but one (the broad Jump) of the othpr It, Those second, thirds,' fourths and fifth rolled up by the Shells paid off handsomely as tho other 10 schools In the meet knocked each other out. The county meet wan the first of several blue ribbon track attractions which will he coming up soon. Tomorrow night will sprve as n starter with Wood River hosting the Southwestern Relays and Roxanft putting oh Its Invitational meet for small schools around here. The Invitational was postponed from Inst B'rlday by bad weather. East St. Loula will be on hand fll the Oilers' Memorial Field and although we wouldn't want to hurt the crowd at Roxana, we definitely would recommend.the Flyers as something to watch. Wlrt Downing turns out a track powerhouse year ftfter year, Just a« he does In football, and East Side always makes good watching. Drifting off the subject of truck for just a moment, we'd like to Insert the newfo here that Rio Grande Collage and Bnvo Prancl* are definitely coming Into thin arwi next tmskethall neafton. Shrrrlll Hank*, Shtirtleff College's athletic director, called yesterday with the Rood news after receiving an okay from the tllo coach, Nat Oliver. The Pioneer* will take on Be.vo & Co. on February 27, R Saturday night, at Wood River's Memorial gym. Bo for* a packet! house, no doubt. Ed wardsvl lie's Joe Lucco was Judging at tno finish line In Monday's county track meet but was more than ready to talk baseball. That was not too unseemly, however, for we heard Kast Junior's football with "Vnllle Robinson, Civic AMERICA* t,r,\ot r, W I. Pet, O.B. 5 2 .714 .— 5 2 .714 3 2 .600 3 2 .600 Boston .1 3 .500 .429 Philadelphia Washington Detroit 2 2 2 3 4 4 6 1 1 Ufc .333 .143 Wednesday's Schedule Chicago at Detroit PhllBdelpbtft at Washington fniRhti Bonton at New York (Only games scheduled) Tuesday's Results New York 1 Boston 0 Cleveland 4 St. Louis 3 Chicago 7 Delrolt 5 Washington 5 Philadelphia 1 Thursday's Schedule Chicago at Detroit Philadelphia at Washington Boston at New York (Only games scheduled) RATIONAL LEAGUE W L PH. G.B. Alton Lugs Off 9-0 Gift Victory Against Western Brooklyn St. Louis Philadelphia cago Charley Rayhurn chatting Memorial's grid coach. Although his Tigers beat East. St. Louis by a fi-3 count last week, Joe concedes that the Flyers are the best high school diamond crew he's viewed this spring. ! Milwaukee "Just one of those things." Lucco explained the win over Pick Pittsburgh 'Dehner's classy East Siders. "We'd have a hard lime ever doing It Vott/ Vri u again, 1 know that." Edwardsville has lost. In turn to Belleville so something must happen along the way to the Flyers If the Tigers are to have a clear irark to the Southwestern championship. WHh the conference playing on a single round robin basis — six games for each team ..... a couple of losses will be enough to ruin a team's title hopes most of the time. .667 .600 .600 .500 1 .500 3 .400 3 .400 4 .3;',J By fjfJB BARftH Telegrtpn Sports Kflltor for ancient foes, the Western Military Academy Red Raiders played the part of surprisingly generous hosts by graciously donating the Alton High Redbirds a 9-0 victory Tuesday afternoon. Alton Coach Tony Jurezlz is not one to look a gift horse in the mouth, however, and he accepted the win just as readily as If his Birds had worked hard for It. Tony just stashed the triumph away with the four others already picked up this season against a lone loss to Granite City and now takes his Red birds to Shlpman this afternoon in search of win number six. Four Hitter For Jim Little Jim Bourland turned In a neat four hitter as he applied the whitewash to the Raiders and received strong support afield from his mates. But Jim didn't need to be too good on this particular afternoon for the Western infield fell all over itself giving the game away. Alton tallied four runs in the second inning with the benefit of just one hit as the defense crumbled behind R a i fl e r hurler Jim (Poo- chio) M rE 1 r o y. Western's ace j pitcher, Jack Kempe, who chilled Wood River two weeks ago with a I four hitler, 3-2, was not on hand JIM BOURLAND was thrown out trying to stretch his drive into a triple. Alton Scores Again A double play got McElroy 'safely through the third but. Alton scored again in the fourth. Bill Graves beat out an infield hit. Paul Perica followed with a grounder to third which Western's Doug to help stem the tide of A11 o n j Baker threw over Second Baseman Additional ragged play opened the way'to the Redbirds' final four tallies In the sixth. Graves was safe on Bob Westlatte's wide throw to first and Perica followed with a single down the left field line. Rosaclt skied out before Musgrave moved the runners along on a ground out. Hewitt walked, filling the bases, before Marquis lashed a tingle to score Graves and Perica. Jim Risen* reich matched Tom's effort with a single to right, scoring Hewitt, and when Parker threw over Grin-1 nell's. head, Marquis came in. One for the Bonks That double play in the third was one for the books. With one away, Bill Eidson was hit by the pitcher. Bourland walked but Eidson was running with the pitch and Catcher Grlnneli reacted to the apparent steal with a peg to second that was wide. Eidson tried to scamper on to third but was thrown out, and Bourland, at first after being walked, tried to make second and he, too, was thrown out. Result — a double play on a fourth ball and some uncannily obtuse baserunning. , Hewitt with a double and single plus three runs batted in was the game's top hitter. Graves scored three runs and Perica tallied twice. Much talk revolved upon coaching change*. Boh Jaiiron, running his string out now at Western Military, Is looking forward with much eagerness to his new post next, fall at Chamlnade High In Dayton, Ohio, With a carryover fullback who stands about five-eight, weighs 195 and sprints the 100 in 10 flat plus the remainder of n team to mutch, who can blame the guy for singing (slightly off key) "Beautiful Ohio"? Fred Scharf, now to be listed as Wood River's ex-football coach since his resignation was announced last week, was all smiles as his Oiler tracksters took third place In the meet. Just naturally a friendly guy, Scharfs smiles probably shouldn't be construed as relief at gelling rid of the football so that he now can concentrate primarily upon wrestling and track coaching plus his phys. ed. classes. Fred's signing off from football is a mild surprise when one considers the Wood River football schedule for this fall. Of course, Dana Mead departs this; June and the Oilers are not likely to come up with another one-man btickfield of Mead's type either this coming season or any other In the foreseeable future. Some one of these days the authorities down at. Wood River High may decide upon their replacement for Scharf (we're told that they've only had since last January to think about It) and let the waiting world know who inherits the Oilers' promising line and even juicier schedule. Perhaps It's not quite nice to make, out that Wood River hns angled for set-ups In this '53 grid jousting. W> do note that LuBoiire, their 54-« victim last fall, was 1 not cast off the. schedule while those big meanles from East St. Louis and Belleville were eliminated. A. Edson Smith, who released the schedule, was reported as saying that the Flyers and Maroons were "larger institutions that have made competition top heavy in the past." A. Edson can say that again. Alton and Granite City, both bigger than either East Side or Belleville, are retained—no doubt because they have been much more like tabby cats than the tigerish Flyers and Maroons. Additions include Western Military Academy, Chester and Webster Groves, Mo. The remainder of the slate is made up of Edwardsville, Roxana, Maplewood, Mo., and Collinsville. Webster Groves, we recall, beat Granite last season, 13-12, In one of the fesv times the Warriors came close lo winning in n 1-S campaign. Western, of course, had a 3-6 record which compares favorably with the Oilers' 2-5-2 mark. , New York Wednesday's Schedule Brooklyn at Philadelphia (night) scoring, so McElroy was left all, Ray Cinnater's head. The runners i Fickenworth each had a double for New York at Pittsburgh (night) i alone to face the embarrassment i advanced to third and second on! the Raiders. GOOD OL' BAT — Bob Hewitt, hard hitting sophomore first baseman for the Alton High Redbirds, led his team's attack in a 9-0 win over Western Military Academy with a double and single which Marquis had two RBIs. Grlnneli j drove in three runs—Photo by Orville BroWn. with two singles paced Western's four hit attack. McElroy and Ken Tuesday's Results Philadelphia 7 Brooklyn 1 Pittsburgh 5 Nesv York 4 Cincinnati 5 St. Louis 4 (Only games scheduled* Thursday's Schedule New York at Pittsburgh Brooklyn at Philadelphia (night) R;lilwaukee at Chicago 1:30 p. m. (Only games scheduled). North-South Survivors in Second Round PJNEHURST, N, C ; ,"P — The North and South Amateur golf tournament's 32 survivors of Tuesday's first round moved into a double round of play today. It will cut the field to eight for quarterfinal play Thursday. Co-medalists Bill Campbell of Hunlington, \V. Va., and Spec Goldman of Dallas, and Frank Strana- It i. Wood River'., acbeHuli-, of course, arid our .views will probably han - defending champion from Tp- Cincinnnti at St. Louis 8::iO p.m. .caused by his team mates' de- Milwaukee at Chicago 1:30 p. m. Tensive lapses. Three errors and a wild pitch put two Alton runs across and left runners on third and second in the second inning. That set the stage for a double by Redbird f irst- sacker Bob Hewitt to score two more for a 4-0 lead. Hewitt got overly ambitious, however, and the play. Butch Rosack walked to load" the bases and after Dave Musgrave filed out to left, Hewitt singled in Graves for his third RBI. Tom Marquis popped out and Dave Parker, the Western right- fielder, nailed Perica a$, the plate with a bullaeye peg to Catcher Dave Grinnell to end this Alton uprising. I1TBV /Ttt.i Alt»n (ft) We.«l*rB (ft) Pl«y«r ABRH Pl»y«r AB R H MusirBv«,lf 4 1 OParker.rf 300 . . -_. . -. 300 300 302 200 200 3 0 1 300 201 Hewht.lb' 2 1 2Clnnater,2b MarquU.cf 4 1 1 Baker ..tb EUenreich,ss .1 0 lOrlnnell.c Eidson ,3b Boufland.p Orave*.c Perlca.rf Rosack ,2b Totali ., INNING: Alton Western 3 0 OWestlake.ss 3 0 OLerner.cf 4 3 iMcElroy.p 3 2 tBosh.lb 2 1 OFicken'th.lf .28 9 « Totals ...24 0 4 1834567 RH£ 040104 0—0 8 0 000000 0—0 4 7 HARDWARE COLLECTOR — Jim Carey receives the champi on- not be entirely welcomed in the city which is rapidly guinlnK fame for hcinK uncluttered with streets. But perhaps the citizens down there, will excuse us next fall if \ve fail to g^t excited when the Oilers •win fi few football games for a change. NBAOpens Draft Meeting BOSTON /P — Amid reports that the Indianapolis Olympians may go out of business, owners and governors of the National Basketball Association began arriving today for Thursdays annual draft and Crisp Right May Close Fight Career LOS ANGELES .T — A crisp right to the chin by Jess Mongia has probably ended the fistic ca- j meeting. ship trophy from Don Mefzger, state DeMolay athletic director, for ledo, Ohio, were hard put to win ; | 11S s j n g| es victory in the DeMolay's Distnct Seven table tennis tourna- one up victories Tuesday. \ ment at Franklin Masonic Temple. Carey, a Shurtleff sophomore from Stranahan, twice two down to ! Dupo, represented the Columbia chapter and defeated Norman Jen- Dale Morey of Martinsville, Ind., | kins, 21-9, 21-16, in the finals. The Alton chapter won the team went ahead for the first time with championship for the fifth straight time. Eagles Drop Worden, 5-2; Yerkes Stars reor of young Kecny Teran, considered a top bantam prospect until he acquired the heroin habit. Mongia s fourth round knockout blow at. the Olympic Auditorium Tuesday niglit chilled Teran's hopes for a c-omebark ajtor he had licked his narcotics addiction. President James C. (Cliff» Courtney of the Indianapolis club says j he expects the Olympians' financial status will be tho first order of business in the three-day meeting. He said lie and other Indianapolis businessmen who operated the team last season are not willing Asked alter the ti^ht if he plans I to continue, lie estimated it would] to continue in the ring, the L'O-year-i take $JU,000 to start another sea- old Kecny replied: "I doubt it." i son in the NBA. i It was Teran's second defeat in' 2(1 lights. Sports Uriels By The A»»ociated I'rens Worcester, .Mass. — Dick Miller, 22 - year - old undefeated welterweight boxer, died in his dressing room after bring-stopped in five rounds by Jimmy Brown of Hartford. Pine-hurst. N. C. -- Bill Campbell of Huiitington, W. Va.. and a par on the 16th hole. Billy Thornton, University of North Carolina sophomore, picked the ideal moment to come up with the third hole-in-one of his career. He canned a five iron tee shot on the 186-yard 17th hole to get a one- up victory over Dr. George Tralnor of Rochester, N. Y. Judd Brumley, 58-year-old North and South seniors champion, had to go 22 holes to get his one up margin over Dr. W. R. Aldrlch of Angola, Ind. AltonSpeedway Stock Racing Starts Sunday Phils Romp Over Old Mate Meyer By The .Utioeiuted Press By The Associated Press Steve O'Neill's Philadelphia Phils dumped the Brooklyn Dodgers, 7-1, Tuesday night in their first meeting, and to sweeten the triumph, they beat their old buddy Russ Meyer. The Phils gave up Meyer in a four-cornered trade in February. After batting around in the first inning Tuesday night and scoring three runs, the Phils chased Meyer with an uprising in the fifth that included a home run by Del Ennls with Johnny Wyrostek on base. Brooklyn managed to hold on to the National League lead, however, because Cincinnati defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 5-4, at St. Louis. In the other National League Baiting — Joe homered off Yankees beat Boston, 1-0. Pitching - Curt Simmons, Philadelphia Phils, scattered fi\e sin- Stock car racing for the 1953 season will get underway at the Alton Speedway this Sunday evening weather permitting, Steve Marko Jr.. promoter, announced today. The opening card will feature four preliminary races, a handicap! game the Pittsburgh Pirates edged the New York Giants, 5-4. behind the steady seven-hit pitching of Bob Friend. A horne run by Joe Collins gave the New York Yankees a 1-0 verdict over the Boston Red Sox; - Joe Collins, New York i event ' dog race - 15 " la P sem '- fett - i omered off Marv Gris-j tu i'° and a ^ lal) featllre event ' . .. * Marko said HP expected at least t II It? • UJliy l Ltll CIS 1(1" Af\ rtQ t>a if* in in 4 Ui« ..,-.,,». A* 4U A Al Marko said he expected at 40 cars to run this year at the Alton oval and most of the favorite drivers will be back. A few who have already signed gles and struck out eight in win-.entry blanks are Page Baker, Ned i Cleveland sna PP ed the St. Louis PIS. Spec Goldman of Dallas, co-med- alists, lead the way into the seiond round of the North and South golf tournament. Pittsburgh-Dr. Henry C. (I'Joci Hu\ ll)f Carlson. Pitt's basketball roach tor 31 years, retired to devote his lull- time as director of men students health. ning his second game of the sea- 1 Kirkpatrick, Harry Farmer. Goat son. 7-1, o\er the Brooklyn Dodg- (Graziana, Johnny Allison. Jim "* Nelder. Don Page. Mac McGowen, Browns' four-game winning streak 4-3; Chicago outlasted Petroit, 7-5, BETHALTO. — Worden's Trojans were added to Civic Memorial's hit parade when the Eagles triumphed, 5-2, here Tuesday. The Eagles scored twice in the fourth as Max Green singled, stole second and third before scoring on Lathey Yerkes' triple, and Don Miller singled in Yerkes. Worden tied the affair in the fifth when Gus Weishaupt doubled in Joe Bagaglio and Jim Opel after Jack Watkins of CM had loaded the bases with walks. Another drive in the sixth produced the win for Vallie Robinson's Eagles, however. Green was safe on an error, stole second and was driven in by Watkins, who in turn swiped second. Yerkes came through with his second extra base hit of the g^ame, a double, to score Watkins. An outfield error on the drive let Yerkes move to third and Lathey scored the final CM tally on a passed ball. The Eagles are host to Livingston Thursday as they seek to improve their present^ 2-4-1 record. Worden CJ> Civic Mtm. (6) Player AB R H Player AB B H Bond,3b 3 0 0 Wallace,rf 300 Opel.cf 3 1 lMartln,3b 200 P.Ander'n.lb 3 0 OMaynard.lb 300 Weishaupt,ss 3 0 IQreen.cf 321 Blrming'm.p 3 0 OWatklni.p 311 Blum,2b 2 0 ORookC.u 3 0 1 B.Ander'n.c 3 0 aVerkei.c 322 Woodwd.U 3 0 OMlll«r,2b 301 Bagaglio.rt 1 1 OHarkey.lt 200 Totals . , .24 2 4 Totals . . .24 S 6 INNING: 1234567 R H E Worden 000020 0—2 4 3 Civic Memorial 000203 •—5 6 2 Larry Watson Trims Nardico MILWAUKEE JP — Larry Watson outpunched and out mauled a slowed-down Danny Nardico for most of their 10-round bout Tues- lo give the Yankees a 1^0 win day night to win a unanimous deci- Alhe Reynolds shut out tiie' 8 ' 0 " and his third upset victory in Reds Edge Cards InHomer Duel, 5-4 ST. LOUIS — Vern Benson somehow mistook himself for Native Dancer at Busch Stadium . here Tuesday night and his error in judgment killed a budding St. Louis Cardinal rally. As a result, the Cincinnati Reds (or Redlegs, if you please) pulled off their home run geared 5-4 triumph. After picking up single runs in the first and third, Cincy reached rookie hurler Harvey Haddix In earnest in the fifith. Bobby Adams led off with a homer and two outs later, Jim Greengrass drew a walk and Wally Post followed by riding a Haddix offering halfway up into the left field bleachers. , That provided a 5-0 lead but the Cards cut down the edge on Ray Jablonski's three run homer to left In the sixth and Peanuts Lowrey's pinch-hit four-bagger in the seventh. Frank Smith, who replaced Harry Perkowski as the Cincinnati pitcher in the eighth after Harry went out for a pinch-hitter, had two down in the ninth when Del Rice singled sharply to left. Ben. son was sent in to run for the slow footed Rice. Lowrey deliverd a single to shallow r i g h t-center which wasn't much more than enough to get Benson to second but .Benson went rolling right on without plowing to third where he was an easy pigeon for Willard Marshall's peg to Adams for the game ending out. Cincinnati (5) Player AB R H Temple,2b 5 i aHemus.ss Cardinal! (4) Player AB R H 3 2 2Schoen'st.2b 0 1 0 0 Adams ,3b Marshall.rf 5 0 OMusial,lf-cf 211 Kluzewskt.lb 5 0 IBUko.lb 400 ISlaughter.rf 312 3 1 llablonskl.3b 411 1 0 IRepiilski.cJt 300 3 0 IClark.p 4 0 ICollum.p Greengrass,U 2 1 Pbst.c? Bell.cf McMillan,!* Folles.c 0 0 A 000 0 0 Perkowskl.p 3 0 OSiiler.ph Seminick.ph 1 0 OD.RIce.c Smith.p 0 0 0Benson,pr 000 Haddix.p 100 Dunlap.ph 1 0" 0 Bokelman.p 000 Lowreyiph-lf 212 Totals ..35 510 Totals ...33 4 9 INNING: 1234 S 6789 R H E Cincinnati 10103000 0—B 10 0 Cardinals 00000310 0—4 9 0 CAME SAVER — joe .Collins, New York first baseman, homered Jerseyville Wins Triangular Meet from Valley Opponents Boston Red Sox. They lost their chance in the ninth when pimh runner Very Benson missed a signal and was thrown Klmer Brunaugh. Marshall Me-j phia, 5-1, in American League con- Duffy, Rusty Bell, and Jack Piv-j tests, lev. and Washington whipped Philadel-i°u l Hying to go from firit to third To Staff Xulueta, Brown Upon T \ '' CJ rii l \ screen 1 CHICAGO .1»— George H. Sauer, Mas lor coach, was named Tuesday lo the coaching staff tor the 1953 College All-Star s(juad. on a single. The Giants lost the services at Milwaukee and Chicago in the ', least temporarily of second base- League weren't sched-iman Davey Williams and catcher National uled. \Ves Westrurn. Westrum hurt his Top Golfers Wind JT il. i • • • O'Neill has predicted the Phillies hand trying to tag out Danny lp I rellUUUanes t . H n win the National League flag | O'Connell in the second inning and LAS VEtJAS Nev V — Twenty lllis >eai> anci his club maile him ' Willlaais reinjured his lame bai-k of the nation's' top 'professional "••-'-'- ' ^ look good against the l*xlg- f i-i .i . ------- •.**. >•».* w I** |* »,rt u* voausiiGii i i » . * Ihe collegians play the »*troit: g O u w ., took their final lldw »t the e '' S ' wh ° h * 4 ^W* 1 onl >' ° ne 111 IK l'f\U rtl t\\f\i\cf\(t\^f\\1i,*',f*.m.*nl\*. CTM »f\ A i>t iViAiM fi M04 fiiiA .. *.i ..*.. BALTIMORE .V - Two journeymen lightweights. Joey BILASII oft .... ,-.».. ~. ...» vuu .^w vuut New Orleans and Orlando SJulueta , ' , !*i (0ai ' hes rema ' n to champions Thursday. be named Kddie Krdelatt of Navy! Thp u , innftl . „, lh ' , tr| gW , Lions champions of the National I New Desert Inn Country Club game m th * ir first fiv * staj ' u - •ney., I f ucilb *! 1 .H*^'- Aug. 14 at Sol- course today, getting ready for'tlie WUMWM» Trtampto n of j dl f.! h * wld ; 1 I «tart of the $35.«00 tournament of ! Ufty Cm ;' »'»««»* * l ™<* «t inree other roadies remain to chamDinns Thm-sriav e 'ght a»-l 88V» up only five scat- of Havana, display their boxing wares to the country tonight. The scheduled Grounder in the coliseum (9 p. m. C8T) will be telecast M the CBS network. guJueta. a 6 to 5 favorite, ha* WQB 48 el Kl bouts. Brown's record >«• 44 urns ui 63. art more apt to be found was chosen earlier. . N 'a\y The winner at ihe windup' Sun . te «' e d singles for his second straight GiUiam Uad» Major* With I Stolen Rains day will collect $10.000, and no one will pick up less than $4,000. victory. Cincinnati'! victory mapped three-game winning ctreak for Rocky Bridget, Cincinnati te. Cardinal*. It featured home runs recently acquired from the! by Bobby Adama tad Wally Post PHILADELPHIA Junior G i 11 ia m leagues' is - Rooki* the major ve feet eight lathe* tall Redlegs build a 54 lead. A three- run homer by flay while diving for a low drive in the fourth. AJlie Reynold* pitched the Yankee shutout against the Red Sox. the third whitewashing the Boston club has suffered in six outings. Collins' winning honie run into the right field aeati at Yankee Stadium came on a 3-2 pitch off Marv Grissom in the fifth inning. Hear* Dew* Bob Lemon had to hear down all the way against the hustling Browns and finally cut them off i L * «> ««»»*«» bases u>j season Tuesday nigh^ against the aitth and a ptach hit home run by . ----- „.. ... ---- , ^ UJIU human habitations m the, ad> - ni * Brooklyn second base- Piratee and scored the flone Dodger Peanuts •»« *• U» WL 'uu« stole w. toui , n base of the 'tally on Jackie RohuuiV, in the seventh the | with the pases loaded in the ninth, The loss dropped the Brown* Uuto a first-place tie with the Yankee*. a row. Nardico, fifth ranked light heavy. weight from Tampa. Fla., looked slow against the hard-punching Omaha Negro before 4,733 fans in the Milwaukee Arena. Nardico weighed 178 and Watson 167>/». Nardico, his nose bleeding from the fifth round on. was rocked back on his heels in the eighth by two hard rights to his head and a pair of left and right combinations to the head. Nardico was staggered with a right to the head in the tenth. % The Associated Press score card showed five rounds for Watson, two for Nardico and three even. Fiithl* La*l Night GIL*8—J*«» Mon«l«, 191, *lMd out KMny T»r»o, Aiil> PifiiV8 ue*<ie4 b*lo Harry Dorish M the Whit* Sex took the mmsure of the Tigers in Detroit. Chicago led 74. after three « half innings but Pierce lost his elftciiveaeM and Perish came ia to put dawn a seventh inumg witb UM b«»e« JERSEYVILLE.—Rolling up 79 J /4 points, the Jerseyville Panthers captured a triangular meet from fellow Illinois Valley Conference members, White Hall and Rood house, here Tuesday. White Hall was second with 63 points, and Roodhouse was a distant third with 16*a. Double wins were turned in by Jersey's Duey Skinner in the 100 and 220 yard dashes and a pair of White Hall stars, Jerry Wiley and Bill Ford. Wiley won the 880 yard and Mile runs, while Ford took both hurdle events. White Hall also took the 880 yard relay, but Jersey took both the mile and freshman relays. Other individual winners included Ted Burnett, Richard Rtchey, Clifford Kraushaar and Bob Lageman from Jerseyville and a pair from White Hall, Ronnie Craigmiles and Terry 'Applegate. 100'yard dash—Skinner (J), Burnett (J), Hauseman (R), Brogdon (Wi, :10.5. 2JO yard dash—Skinner tJ i, Bert- lam IW), Perdun (J), Grizzle (\V>, :24.7. 440 yard dash—Biell (J), Grizzle. iW>, Hillman iR), Raines i\V), :55.4. 880 yard run-Wiley iW), Alderman (Ji, Raines (\\>, McPherson IW), 2:13.1'. Mile run—Wiley (Wi. Alderman! (J), Meyer (\\'>, Isringhausen (J), 5:11-2. High hurdles — B. Ford (\V>. Egelhoff (Ji, Isringhausen tJj, Northcutt (R), :16.5. Low hurdles—B. Ford iW), Fiu- zier tJ), Kgelhotf tJ), Riley (Ri. :33.6. 88U yard relay—White Hall, Je»v seyville, Hoodhou&e, 1:38.8. Mile relay—JeweyviUe (Alexander, Egelhoff, Edwards, Belli Roodhouse, White Hall, 3:59.8. Freshman 440 yard relay —Jerseyville (Allen, Welier. Witt, Kuebrick), Roadhouse, White Hail. :50.5. Pole vault-CraifBiilM (W), H. Ford (Wi, Coope? (R). tied for toui'Uj Richey (J) aad Wtitor (J). W6". High jump-Tie tor lirat ftunett <Ji and AppJegate iW), Cooerod (W), the tie lor fourth Fenfe» (J), Hau»emajj (R) u4 fvum (J), 5'4". Broad jump—Ricfcey (J), Early 'Wt, Bertram (W), Vujraett (J>, jmoy. i>ut-ka-*u»i»ar iJ), fiat* man (W), Lageman (J), Ballard (R), 44'6' 2 ". Discus— Lageman (J), Kraushaar (J), Edwards (J), Frazier (J), Young Boxer Killed in Bout WORCESTER, Mass, jp — Dick Miller, 22, of Warren, undefeated welterweight professional boxer. died Tuesday night a fe\v minutes after he was struck a hard smash to the stomach in the fourth round of a scheduled six-round match. The young boxer returned to his corner after the round but he lost consciousness and slid from th» stool. He died In his dressing room without regaining consciousness. His opponent, Jimmy Brown of Hartford, Conn., was announced as winner by a technical knockout. H« was held on a technical manslaughter charge. Millar had won 12 straight professional fights without a, loss. He weighed lW/» against 153 for Brown. Telegraph Want Adi Click. famous from Coaif lo Cooil EAGLE CLOTHES 0» tot amsrt wnurt UwJw tkw Quality WORN IV AMERICA'S BIST DRESSED MEN

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