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V ,ii!i iiiii! itallip till WnMfe Cardinals' Don Coryell Carbondale; Night tickets on sole Tickets are on sale at four locations in Carbondale for the May 12 "Carbondale Night" at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. That evening the baseball SIU records number 11 at NCAA Southern Illinois University swimming coach Bob Steele will spend the week rearranging his record board following the Salukis' performance at the NCAA swimming championships. The eight-man squad broke 11 SIU records in scoring 25 points and placing 16th last weekend in what Steele called, "the greatest national meet ever." Mike Salerno turned in a 51.2 to place sixth in the 100-yard backstroke following his school record time of 51.1 in the preliminaries. Salerno later finished 2.1 seconds under his SIU record in the 200-back, but placed a non-scoring 15th in 1:52.7. A slightly disappointed Jorge Delgado came in sixth in his Olympic specialty, the 200-yard butterfly, where he qualified second with a lifetime best of 1:49.2. ' "Delgado was ready and swam well in the race," said Steele, "but he swam some hard races previously and his legs gave out in the final 50 yards." Saluki captain Dave Swenson cut eight seconds from his previous best in the 1650-yard -freestyle placing him seventh in 16:34.3. On the way, Swenson smashed the '1,000-yard record in 9:28.1. "We're not. at all disappointed with our finish," said STeele, "We broke records by seconds, not tenths, and our performances were great under a lot of pressure." It was just an unbelievably fast meet." The Salukis' next travel to the NAAU and Pan American trials at Cincinnati, Ohio, Wednesday through Saturday. Area prep golf scores AT SOUTHWESTERN Steeleville (182) Burns 44, Kober 44, S. Alms 46 and Ma-this 48. Pinckneyville (196) Chapman 46, Place 47, McDaniel 49, Stotlar and Duval 54 each. AT CHESTER Nashville (191) Hoelscher 44, Weltge 46, Sachtlaben 48, Hassler 53. Chester (168) B. Koeneman 40, Killion 41, - Knowles 42, Eggemeyer 45. .fTl : : iiiliii iiiii ImBii.irtil'iju iiiii I II II llH'li i i! ill I !!!:! iil ill iili.'l. iiiili! iiflfllil inn !:":.ij;;i;i; HHliiiiiiijiji, ;tl::!:: iii,;fi! m I Hi U It ui !!!! i I! Pwiiiitai fill illiii !l I i ii !ii ijil! mill' ill I! I jillli iii! llii III m l .MiIIWi.un I'll R' ii!!i!!: iliiiiiiilwliiii il iiiililt liilil II i liiUitiitHHi ii!! tt Iiiii iii iii i , " iii in i ii ""M -.:i,h,(tw;ii!::: f i; " ;b: i hm! .if n mww!i mm mm Hill! ! llMilf l :: ; ;:: ; : ; .": :i, ii ii : k:i ii III' ii" ii 1 1 i!j'l.t IllllilHtlttt,,)!', it),. iiii i ! i; :itti :,f !!iili!li!ilil ii! iil!i!il:; jl ! !!i iiiii! i! ! ! lilriilillj iii: !!iiiiil;'iiiiiffliiiiiil!ii!iitiiiiiiii lHii I1 iiiii m Ii "Hi Euuuuuli ; nuuiimiw'iiM mm at Logan banquet (Photo by Dianne Murphy). Cardinals are playing Los Angeles in a 7:30 p.m. game. Reserved loge seat tickets may be purchased at the Chamber of Commerce office at 217 W. Walnut, Bleyers Sports Mart, Jim's Sporting Goods at the Murdale Shopping Center and Sohn's in the University Mall. The $3.50 seats are located in section 266 behind third base. Purchasers of tickets for the game will be asked to provide their own transportation although several civic service clubs are planning to take busses to the game. This week's prep calendar Baseball Monday Mt. Vernon at Fairfield; Marion at Harrisburg; Goreville at Vienna; Pinckneyville at Anna - Jonesboro; Du Quoin at Chester; Nashville at Sparta; Century at Brookport; Okawville at Free-burg; Sesser at Woodlawn; Tri-co at Elver ado; Murphysboro at Carlyle; Centralia at Salem; Carbondale at Carterville; Ga-latia at Norris City; Tuesday Salem at Mt. Vernon; Shawnee at Brookport; Egyptian at Century; Okawville at Carlyle; Joppa at Vienna; Trico at Marissa. Wednesday Benton at West Frankfort; Carbondale at Cape Central; Harrisburg at Mt. Vernon; Pinckneyville at Mur-physboro; Anna-Jonesboro at Nashville; Du Quoin at Sparta; Johnston City at McLeansboro; Carlyle at Chester; Eldorado at Elverado; Metropolis at Carterville; Ridgway at Galatia. Thursday Nashville at Chester; Brookport at El- dorado; Century at Meridian; SIU-C golfers win Mid-South Classic For the first time ever, the Southern Illinois University-Carbondale golfers won the Mid-South Classic held at Fort Campbell, Ky. Jerry Tucker lost a sudden death play-off to Austin Peay's Lear Hawk on the second hole for medalist honors. Tucker and Hawk both had 70-74's for 144. Team scores for the first four places were: SIU-C (596), Tennessee Tech (597), Austin Peay (600) and Murray St. (620). SIU-C individual scores had Tucker with 70-74 for 144, James Brown 75-72 (147); Bob Tierney 79-72 (151) ; .Mark Durham 78-78 (156), Brad Miller 78-80 (158) and Larry Giacone 81-77 (158). The Saluki linksters will take part in the University of Illinois Invitational next week end. By Jimmy Dean Of The Southern Illinoisan Don Coryell has been called honest, hard-working, dedicated and many other well deserving names. The St. Louis football Cardinals coach convinced listeners he was all and more Friday night. The fifty - year - old Seattle, Washington, native spoke to over 2C persons at the John A. Logan C o ll'e ge Foundation's Spring Banquet on the campus of John A. Logan College in Carterville. Coryell, who was named Coach of the Year this season, talked on his experiences with the junior college programs and touched on many phases of the juco system. "To a football coach, football comes first. Only the family and a few other things come ahead of it. A A win early prep frock meets Carbondale Community High School opened its 1975 track season Thursday with an 81-64 win over Sparta, the Southwest Egyptian Conference defending champions. 100 Anderson (S) 10.7 220 Wilson(C) 24.4 440 Emme (C) 54.6 880-Withers (C) 2:03.8 Mile Cherry (C) 4:48 Two mile Cherry (C) 10:19.5 High hurdles Eriksen (C) 17.3 330 yard hurdles Lewis (S) Benon beats Oney and Carmi Bill Smith and Dave Connor each won two events Thursday as Benton (88) defeated Olney (49) and Carmi (41) in a prep track meet at Carmi. ' Benton also won the freshman-sophomore meet with 100 points while Olney had 39 and" Carmi 38. 10O-Smith (B) 10.9 220 Mobley (C) 26.0 440 Smith (B) 55.8 880-Severin (B) 2:13.7 Mile Conner (B) 4:56.0 Two mile Conner (B) 9:49.7 High hurdles Beabout (0) Marion1 s Jon Fox sets record Jon Fox of Marion set a sity and freshman-sophomore triple jump school record (39- track meets from Harrisburg 6) Thursday afternoon as the and Meridian. Wildcats swept both the var- Team scores from the var- Mascoutah at Okawville; Elverado at Trico; Centraliat at West Frankfort; Lone Oak at Vienna. Friday Benton at Mt. Vernon; Carbondale at Harris-burg; Metropolis at Marion; Murphysboro at Anna - Jonesboro; Chester at Pinckneyvlle; Sparta at Carlyle; Nashville at Du Quoin; Joppa at Brookport; Cobden at Century; Elverado at Johnston City; Elverado at Trico; Centralia at Herrin; Dongola at Vienna; Saturday Heath, Ky. at Cairo; Eldorado at Carterville. Track Monday Salem and Mt. Vernon at Centralia Tuesday Franklin County 'at Christopher; Carbondale at Marion; Chester at Red Bud; Sparta at Pinckneyville. Wednesday Centralia at Herrin. Thursday Carterville and Metropolis at Harrisburg; Trico at Du Quoin; Columbia and illiiliiliilli1 iiliiiil JiiiiiiiiMiii ilii ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiliiiiiiii i'iii mwm i'iiiiiiiiiii iliiiiiiiiiiilii iiiiiiiihiiiiiifiilH ;H;I r SHIii ! ;ll;i:l;ii:;:!:;iiiiii:i!:iil .ii"i ;iii'iii' ii i ii:! it'll .i!li!:iii:i;ilittii "Ki.M:::';:!-" til:' :: Hull I Ti!i';i!iiii!!W ; '! -.iii! m.i m i!!Rhv:-i;ill:il iiii.i; iii' sii uiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiii i i mm iiiiiii i'iiiii .Hi : ; :i;.fl'ii- plr: :.:-.:. i; ill . hil,ii:i,ii:lii!i!ii!li;:::ii!:;ii; iii' !ii !!:ifiiiH!iiiiii!ir!l!3 W "ii oiiiii iiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiHi iii;i;'i Lynn Holders . . ... Coaches champs 1: sm iillpll Ki "I once had a college instructor ask me what I wanted to be, and when I told him a football coach he just laughed. But that was always my ambition, to become a coach and help kids go to school and get an education," Coryell said. "I'm here tonight because I'm in love with junior colleges and how they work. Kids that never did anything in high school come to a junior college and do so many things not only in athletics, but more important, in furthering their education. "I'm very proud of my first batch of recruits at San Diego State. All 17 were junior college transfers and all 17 graduated. This makes me feel very, very highly of junior colleges." Coryell spent one year at Wenatchee Junior College in ,0000, oeniron, nrisropner 43.0 Shot put Aitken (S) 43-9 Discus Bleyer (C) 124-11& High jump Redden (C) 5-6 Long jump Bullmeyer (S) 19-1 Triple jump Mconchie (S) 37- Pole vault Peck (S) 12-0 440 relay Carbondale 45.4 Varsity r e 1 a y Carbondale 1:35.6 Frosh relay Sparta 1:45.3 Mile relay Carbondale 3:42.6 16.5 330 low hurdles Chaplin 0) 16.5 330 low hurdles Chaplin (0)" 44.1 Shot put Richardson (B) 46-10 Discus Braden (B) 136 Long jump Beabout (0) 20-0 Triple jump Beabout (O) 39- 5 High jump Fey (C) 5-8 880 relay Carmi 139.4 Mile relay Benton 3:47 440 relay Benton 48.5 Pole vault Herrin (B) 11-6 Saturday Mineral Area at Belleville; Olney Invitational; Pyramid at Marion. Golf Monday Chester at Perry-ville, Mo.; Murphysboro at Du Quoin Pinckneyville at Anna-Jonesboro; Herrin at Johnston City. Tuesday Carterville at Metropolis; Nashville at Pinckneyville; Johnston City at Benton. Wednesday Cape Central at Anna-Jonesboro; Benton at Salem. Thursday Pinckneyville and Murphysboro at Chester; Du Quoin at Anna - Jonesboro; Johnston City at Carterville. Friday Murphysboro at Benton. Tennis ' Tuesday Murphysboro at Cape Central. Friday Mascoutah at Murphysboro. Crab Orchard has two early holes-in-one Two Crab Orchard Golf Club golfers who turned in early-season holes-in-one this week had top credentials to back up their shots. One ace was made in a four-s o m e including Phil Heck-el, owner of the course, and the other was made in a group including pro Steve Heckel. Both were made on the 16th hole, playing shorter than normal at about 130 yards on temporary te locations. The first was made Monday by Kenny Storme who used a five iron. Storme shot 77 for the round. The ace was his second. Playing with Storme were regular foursome members Phil Heckel, George Vaughn and Tom Tregoning. The second ace was made Friday by Jim "Skin" Hal-stead. Halstead hit an eight iron into the hole, and scored 79 on the round. Playing with Halstead were Steve Heckel, Steve Norris, Mike Miller and Jerry Glenn. The ace was Halstead's first. Washington where he turned out a team that had not won a game the year before, into an undefeated state champion club. From there he went on to succeed George Allen, now head coach of the Washington Redskins, at Whittier College where in three years he guided the California based school to a 23-5-1 record before moving on for a year's stint as back-field coach at the University of Southern California. His biggest success came at San Diego State where he guided the Aztecs to three unbeaten seasons and had winning streaks of 25 and 31 straight games. "One of the things that sticks out in my mind when I was coaching in college was once having a president of the school n j0fl sity meet were: Marion 71, Harrisburg 54' and Meridian 50. The teams finished in the same order in a frosh-soph meet that had team totals of 93, 48 and 38 respectively. Results of the varsity meet: 100 Cooper (Mer.) 10.75 220 Cooper (Mer.) 24.1 440-O'Neal (H) 54.9 880 McCuan (H) 2:05.7 Mile Williams (Mer.) 5:08.45 Two mile Henshaw (H) 11:13.9 High hurdles Johnston (Mar.) 15:55 Intermediate hurdles John Christopher wins triangular Christopher scored 86 points to 68 for Carterville and 28 for Sesser Thursday afternoon to win a prep track meet at Christopher. 100-Ray (Ch.) 11.0 220 Ray (Ch.) 25.0 440 Roach (Ch.)58.7 880 Martin (Ch.) 2:18 Mile Martin (Ch.) 5:20.0 Two mile Martin (S) 11:36 High hurdles Maschino (Ch.) 18.4 Low hurdles Maschino (Ch.) 23.0 Mike Thleke ... . . . Pitching coach r-aaFScgjuajap 5: Three area preps help pace Murray State as high-flying visitors are at SIU Monday Monday the SIU Salukis will attempt to avenge one of their early-season losses in a 3 p.m. home .game against a Murray State team boasting three, play dluki gym among top three Terre Haute, Ind. Bill Meade promised that his Southern Illinois University gymnasts would beat somebody at the NCAA championships this weekend at Indiana State University. In the process of beating somebody, the Salukis surprised everyone by joining California and Louisiana State as qualifiers for the team finals. California led entering the final round Saturday afternoon with 217.15. LSU is second at 215.40 and the Salukis had 214.10. "If we had Jim Ivicek, there is no doubt we would be leading right now," Meade said. "After Jim was hurt, I said we would be happy just to beat somebody although we knew we wouldn't finish last." Included amon? the teams Meade's crew beat out was the host Indiana State squad which won the NCAA Eastern Regional a the SIU. Arena two weeks ago. The Sycamores, telling me not to win too many games. Just about 51 per cent. That way no one gets upset about losing and no one puts pressure on you to keep on winning if you win too many," said the coach who was named NCAA District College Division Coach of the 'Year four times and also had his San Diego State team ranked as the nation's top .college division team in 1966-67 by both wire services. Coryell didn't fail to talk about his current job as head coach , of the Cardinals, a job he took over in 1973. "There's not a bit of difference," said Coryell when asked about the difference between coaching at a college level compared to the professional ranks. "We've got some class people working for the Cardinals. o n H in area son (Mer.) 42.4 Shot put Yarborough (Mar.) 45-4 Discus Moore (H) 126-11 High jump Gardner (Mar.) 6-1 Long jump M. DeMattei (Mar.) 19-6 Triple jump Fox (Mar.) 39-6 Pole vault Oxford (Mar.) and De Mattei (Mar.) 10-6 440 relay Meridian 48.1 880 relay Meridian 1:39.5 Mile relay Harrisburg 3:46.2 Shot put Stevens (C) 39-11 Discus Provence (C) 118-3 High jump Jackson (C) 5-4 Long jump Martin (Ch.) 18- 1 Triple jump Pierce (C) 36- Vk Pole vault-FolIowell (Ch.) 10-0 440 relay Christopher 49.2 Varsity relay Christopher 1:43.0 Frosh-soph relay Carterville 1:49.9 Mile relay Christopher 4:00.0 Dana Pearson . ... To face SIU ers from The Southern Illinoisan coverage area. Presently, Murray State's Thoroughbreds have three regulars who are from the area. nosfs coached by former Saluki Roger Council, were fourth at 212.-925. Nebraska finished fifth at 212.2 with Michigan's Big Ten champs placing sixth at 211.924. Iowa State's defending national champions were seventh with 211.750 and failed to qualify for the finals for the first time since 1968. Arizona State was last in the eight-team field at 209.750. The Salukis had two individuals make Saturday night's individual finals which includes the top six in each event plus ties. . Mark Lundy of California leads the still rings with a 19.0 score with Saluki Jack Laurie second at 18.8. Glenn Tidwell was tied for sixth in the parallel bars at 18.5 after recording a 9.3 in Friday's optional round. Ed Hembd, who placed fourth in the pommel horse a year ago, . slipped to tenth place this year with an 18.4 score after getting a 9.35 Friday. Jackie Smith, Jim Hart from this area, Ernie McMillan. They are all class guys who are wonderful to work with and to me there wasn't a differ enco-." On Hart, the soft-spoken Coryell had nothing but praise for' the Southern Illinois University graduate who guided the Cardinals to a 10-4 record this season and was named Player of the Year. "Jim Hart is a great one. If he hadn't been in there, we'd been in trouble. He really helped to 'make us a winner this year," Coryell said in a question and .answer session following the two-and-a-half hour banquet. "Jim's the type of guy that will go out and work his fanny off to be a good football play er. r Prep AT MOUNDS Carterville 001 000 03-4 6 2 Meridian 000 000 112 5 5 Halstead, Finney (4th), Caldwell (8th) and Hazelett; Sawyer, Talley (5th) and Bankson. AT STEELEVILLE Okawville 102 002 05 6 1 Steeleville 060 100 x 7 7 2 Blumhorst, Gray (5th) and Gray, Blumhorst (5th); Hartel, Mayer (3rd) and Fryer. No home runs. AT CENTRALIA Warren 200 000 13 6 1 Centralia 000 230 x 5 8 1 Hendee, B. Hoist (5th) and G. Hoist; Bierman and Kustu-rin. No home runs. AT GORHAM Elverado 103 0 0 4 2 5 Gorham 010 2(11) 14 12 2 Pawley, Davison (5th) and Modglin; Cates, Crain (3rd), Korondo (4th) and S. Bunsel-meyer. Home runs R. Bastien (E) none on in the first. AT DU QUOIN Murphysboro 000 040 3 7 10 5 Du Quoin 102 030 06 6 3 Pugh and Raymond; Licata and Siefert. (Murphysboro is 1-2) Greg Cruse . . . . . He's 2-0 They are Don Walker of Centralia, Greg Cruse of Goreville and Dana Pearson of Cobden. Also at Murray State is former Century hurler Mike Thieke, who pitched from 1972-74 for the 'Breds and is now the pitching coach under Coach Johnny "Red" Reagan. Wednesday Murray State set a new school record, chalking up their 22nd consecutive win and running their season ledger to 29-1. Among the teams the 'Breds have defeated have been Western Kentucky, Middle Tennessee, Austin Peay, Iowa State, Southern Illinois (Carbondale), Illinois, Rutgers, North Dakota Brown, Providence and Purdue. And the Southern Illinois corps has played a big part in the success of the nationally-ranked 'Breds. Pearson is sporting a 3-0 record in this, his sophomore season, and has an earned run average of less than 1.00. His best games this year were a 4-1 three-hit win over Iowa State and a 9-1 four-hit win over Providence. Drafted out of high school by the St. Louis Cardinals, Pearson has worked his way into a starting rotation. The 19-year-old physical education major, who played both basketball and baseball at Cobden, has a career mark of . 6-1 at Murray State. He may start Monday against the Salukis. When asked about Coryell's decision about calling th plays rather than the quarterback he said, "Jim doesn't likeus calling the plays at all." "All quarterbacks like to call their own game but we feel the quarterback has a tremendous amount of pressure and we have two men up on top that are away from the; confusion and can see where the defense is breaking down." "Most important about us calling the plays is we know what is going to be called. We can see how the defense has been reacting and what spots we want to go after. Coryell drew much praise from his peers this year by being named NFL Coach Of the Year by the Associated Press, the Sporting News, United Press International and Pro Football Weekly. Scores AT ANNA Sparta 403 COO 13 7 4 A-J 010 300 04 6 2 Peck and Dickerson, R. Williams (6th); Boerland, Ayers (3rd) and Livesay. No home runs. AT JOHNSTON CITY Herrin 023 103 2-11 12 1 J. City 300 031 0 7 5 2 G a r a v a 1 i a, Chiaven-tone (5th), Williams (6th) and Russell; Stefan, Cripps (5th), Pyle (6th) and Thomas. No home runs. AT ALBION Fairfield 000 000 O 0 2 5 Ed. County 411 112 x 10 7 1 Garrett, Simpson (4th), McNeil (6th) and Brummer; Saxe and Gillard. No home runs. AT GALATIA Harrisburg 040 152 012 8 3 Galatia . 106 012 3-13 11 2 McNew, Bosecker (4th), Lowe (6th) and Hemrick; Garrett, Pingleton (4th) and Pul-liam. (Galatia is 2-0) AT PINCKNEYVILLE Carlyle 4, Pinckneyville 0. Don Walker . . . . Hitting .377 Cruse, only a freshman, stepped right out of Goreville High and into the Murray starting rotation. The 18-year-old business major has very impressive credentials thus far. His first college win was a one-hit 4-3 win over North Dakota. He is 2-0 at the present time and sporting an ERA of 2.19. While at Goreville, Cruse gained his most acclaim as a baskefoall player. During his senior year for the Black Cats, Cruse averaged 30 points per contest. " Walker, who lettered in football, wrestling and baseball at Centralia, was also drafted out of high school by the Cardinals, r The big sophomore first-baseman is currently tearing ' up 'Bred opponents with his: big bat and some slick fielding. Walker is hitting at a .377 clip, has two homers and? 21 .runs batted in. He is also leading the club in doubles with nine. Against Providence and Purdue Wednesday, Walker had six hits in eight plate trips. " - Thieke held a career mark of 6-4 at Murray State and once pitched a no-hitter against Purdue. Last season against Northwestern he fired ! a one-hitter. , Murray State defeated SIU-C 3-2 on March 19 inv a game in which four Saluki pifchers walked 14 Murray State batters.
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