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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio DePorres Named Favorites In State Track Contest Tfce Daily Oktt May By HAL PARIS Ohio AP Cleveland Glenville loomed as the team to beat today as Ohios scholastic track and field stars gearrd for final action in the states 57th annual The upstaters were beaten by only 1 points in the race for Class AA honors a year ago by Dayton Glenville had a strong shot at the crown this year since the Cleve land school qualified both relay teams and performers in three other events in Fridays pre Tuskys Relay Combine Reach Finals COLUMBUS Tuscarawas Highs 880yard relay team of Fred Dave Phil Caldwell and Nick and Dennison half miler Merrill Clum qualified for todays finals in the state trackfield contest during preliminary action in Ohio State Universitys Stadium here The 4 Broncos ran the half mile in minutes despite the fact that Myers lost his shoe on the exchange and had to run He developed a blis ter on his but Coach Bob McCutcheon is hopeful he will be able to compete Clum ran his 880 yards in fourth best qual ifying Other Tuscarawas County boys who will compete today for the first time are Tuscarawas Russ high jump Dennisons Nick discus New Phila delphias Tom shot put and Uhrichsvilles Tom Easter pole The Scoundrel Is Sold For The 3yearold chest nut who finished second in the reported sold Friday by owner Rex Ellsworth to Kjell Qvalle of San Francisco for an estimated Hollywood Park sources say Ellsworth and a Nor wegian importer of British closed the deal at the ALL STARS By AL LIEDERMAN Dunbar needs an outstanding performance from Craig Wal if it is to Wallace qualified in both the 100 and 220yard dashes and just missed in the 120yard high He also has a crack in the broad In Class Cincinnati De Porres has a chance to retain its 1963 title but will have to thwart the challenge of ambi tious Fairport Fairpprt Harbor picked up three points in the shot put and placed entries in four events and both relay teams in the fi Despite perfect weather con ditions and Ohio State Univer sitys new asphaltrubber Fridays activity produced no startling One state record was tied Roy Frazier of Warren Market zipped the 100 in in a semifinal But there were some fine in dividual matches shaping up on todays Jim Columbianas stel lar and Columbus Cen tral speedster George Trammel qualified in the 220 and 440 yard giving them a chance at the first sprint triple since Dave Mills of Lakewood scored the triple in Forgive T just afl I fulse to share one once in white In the lone Class AA event William Lenkaitis of Youngstown South copped the discus with a heave of 172 He won the event as a soph two years ago for Strongsville and was runnerup in In small school field Merlyn Michiellis of Tontogany Otsego won the shot put with a 6V4inch The pole vault went to Richard Steele of Newton Falls Brace with and the broad jump to David Miller of George town with a 216 Ohio AP Championship summaries in the 57th Ohio high school trackfield meet at Ohio State University scoring CLASS A SHOT PUT Merlyn Mi Tontogany 53 feet 6W Randall Boy Xenia 531 Da vid Fairport Wayne Ham Dan Mont POLE VAULT Richard Newton Falls 12 feet 8 Bob West Salem North and Alan El 4 Pat Nicolosi and Mike Marion Columbus and Kurt Xenia BROAD JUMP David Mil 21 feet 6 inch es Richard Cedar Tom Charles Pfah Cplumbus Frank Licking CLASS AA DISCUS William Lenkai Youngstown 172 feet lOVi Jack Rocky Bill Boeh Rqcky Jim Marys Tom Springfield of Dover Baseball is t Eddie enter and George as an indication that the organizations annual fund drive win oegin Dover Baseball Leagues Fund Campaign Scheduled Dover Baseball Leagues will stage its annual Fund Drive starting it was announc ed today by Commissioner Paul William Feiger will be chair man of the Boys from the 28 teams in the Dover Baseball Leagues program will canvass each house as well as down town in an effort to increase ticket sales and to raise money for operation of the sandlots this Managers of the various teams will assign certain areas for their boys to cover in the drive which will end May There is a minimum dona tion asked for the Any thing above that will be appreci Boys who get 10 or more do nations will receive in previous the drive is to help cover the cost of re conditioning and replacement of insurance and other operating With the increase of the league from 16 teams in 1957 to the current 28 and an expan sion planned for more fields and equipment will be Indian Homers Tame Tigers CLEVELAND AP Larry Brown broke into the Cleveland Indians lineup 18 days ago as a result of an injury to Vic Da He isnt going to give up that berth The 24year old infielder rapped two homers and a sin gle Friday driving in runs that led the Tribe to a 53 victory over the Detroit who weighs only 165 smacked one of a pair of firstinning homers for the In who came up with a total of four for the Dick Howser led off with a single against Mickey the southpaw who whipped the Indians handily Then Brown belted one over the left field With one Max Alvis drove the ball far over the cen terfield It was one of the longest clouts seen in Municipal Stadium in recent hitting bleacher wall at the 470foot mark on the first Jerry Kindall socked one in the and Brown touched off the exploding Scoreboard again in the fifth with another drive over the left field Southpaw Jack whose earned run average is one of the best in the gave up 11 hits over 623 innings but emerged with his fourth straight A throwing error by Woodie Held gave the Tigers their first run in the Detroit added another in the fifth on backto doubles by Don Wert and and Bill Freehan homered in the In the Manager George Strickland called in Don who has appeared in 13 of the Indians 29 Mc Mahon struck out pinchhitter Gates Brown to end a The veteran reliever finished the game without further trou DETROIT AB R H RBI Wert 3b 4120 Lumpe 5021 Kaline rf 4 Cash Ib 5 Demeter cf 5 Freehan c 3 Thomas If 3 Brown If l McAuliffe ss 4 o Lolich p 2 aWood l Rakow p o Sherry Q cBruton o Navarro p o 37 010 010 221 020 000 1 0 000 0 0 0 0 0 000 0 0 3 a LEAGUE RULED DEADLOCKED SO Caraway Will Meet Monday CLEVELAND AB R H RBI Howser ss 4 i j 0 Brown 2b 4233 Wagner If 4 o 0 0 Alvis 3b 411 Romano c 3 o 2 Smith rf 300 Kindall Ib 3 1 l Held cf 300 Kralick p 200 McMahon p l Is 31 5 out for Lolich In 6th out for Thomas in 7Uu for Sherry In Detroit Cleveland 000 111 310 010 Strasburg and Caraway will clash Monday at 4 slow wine on Dover City Field to de termine the champion of the Tuscarawas County Class A Spring Baseball This was announced this morn by Tiger Coach Pete It was at a meeting of the loops coaches that would not finish out their sched ule and therefore its games would not Had the Blue Devils Caraway would have had a 71 slate and Strasburg Midvale had the option of either playing its complete slate or hanging era up and Coach Pete HiUiard had decided not to Cleveland Brown Kindall and Howser Lumpe and 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