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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio Glenville, DePorres Named Favorites In State Track Contest By HAL PARIS COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Cleveland Glenville loomed as the team to beat today as Ohio’s scholastic track and field stars geared for final action in the state’s 57th annual classic. The upstaters were beaten by only 1% points in the race for Class AA honors a year ago by Dayton Dunbar. Glenville had a strong shot at the crown this year, though, since the Cleveland school qualified both relay teams and performers in three other events in Friday’s preliminaries.Clum, Tusky's Relay Combine Reach Finals COLUMBUS — Tuscarawas High’s 880-yard relay team of Fred Koch, Dave Kohler, Phil Caldwell and Nick Myers, and Dennison half miler Merrill Clum qualified for today’s finals in the state track-field contest during preliminary action in Ohio State University’s Stadium here Friday. The 4 Broncos ran the half mile in 1:34.8 minutes despite the fact that Myers lost his shoe on the exchange and had to run barefooted. He developed a blister on his foot, but Coach Bob McCutcheon is hopeful he will be able to compete today. Clum ran his 880 yards in 2:04.3 minutes, fourth best qualifying time. Other Tuscarawas County boys who will compete today for the first time are: Tuscarawas’ Russ McGlothlin, high jump; Dennison’s Nick Cummings, discus; New Philadelphia’s Tom Dindo, shot put; and Uhrichsville’s Tom Easter-day, pole vault.The Scoundrel Is Sold For $500,000 INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP)— The Scoundrel, 3-year-old chestnut who finished second in the Preakness, was reported sold Friday by owner Rex Ellsworth to Kjell Qvalle of San Francisco for an estimated $500,000. Hollywood Park sources say Ellsworth and Qvalle, a Norwegian importer of British cars, closed the deal at the track.ALL STARS ..By AL LIEDERMAN Dunbar needs an outstanding performance from Craig Wallace, if it is to repeat. Wallace qualified in both the IOO - and 220-yard dashes and just missed in the 120-yard high hurdles. He also has a crack in the broad jump. In Class A, Cincinnati DePorres has a chance to retain its 1963 title but will have to thwart the challenge of ambitious Fairport Harbor. Fairport Harbor picked up three points in the shot put and placed entries in four events and both relay teams in the finals. Despite perfect weather conditions and Ohio State University’s new asphalt-rubber track, Friday’s activity produced no startling results. One state record was tied when Roy Frazier of Warren Market zipped the IOO in :09.9 in a semifinal try. But there were some fine individual matches shaping up on today’s program. Jim Ward, Columbiana’s stellar sprinter, and Columbus Central speedster George Trammel qualified in the IOO, 220 and 440-yard dashes, giving them a chance at the first sprint triple since Dave Mills of Lakewood scored the triple in 1958. In the lone Class AA event completed, William Lenkaitis of Youngstown South copped the discus with a heave of 172 feet, 10% inches. He won the event as a soph two years ago for Strongsville and was runnerup in 1963. In small school field events, Merlyn Michiellis of Tontogany Otsego won the shot put with a 53-foot, 6%-inch performance. The pole vault went to Richard Steele of Newton Falls Braceville, with 12-8, and the broad jump to David Miller of Georgetown with a 21-6% effort. “Forgive me, I just get an impulse to snare one once in a while! ** COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Championship summaries in the 57th Ohio high school track-field meet at Ohio State University (scoring 6-4-3-2-1): pi ice 4 SHOT PUT: I, Merlyn Michiellis, Tontogany Otsego, 53 feet 6% inches. 2, Randall Boykin, Xenia Wilson, 53-1%. 3, David Palugyay, Fairport Harbor, 51-5%. 4, Wayne Young, Hamden, 50-11. 5, Dan Bohner, Montpelier, 50-6. POLE VAULT:    I, Richard Steele, Newton Falls Braceville, 12 feet 8 inches. (tie), Bob Blanchard, West Salem Northwestern, and Alan Hamilton, Elmore, 12-4. 4 (tie), Pat Nicolosi and Mike Schelb, Marion Catholic, G. Miller, Columbus Grove, and Kurt Piercy, Xenia Wilson, 12-0. BROAD JUMP: I, David Miller, Georgetown, 21 feet 6% inches; 2, Richard Walker, Cedarville, 21-3%. 3, Tom Sheidler, Lucas, 20-11%. 4, Charles Pfah-ler, Columbus Grove, 20-10%. 5, Frank Powell, Licking Heights, 20 9. CLASS AA DISCUS: I, William Lenkaitis, Youngstown South, 172 feet 10% inches, 2, Jack Nordstrom, Rocky River, 163-3. 3, Bill Boeh-ler, Rocky River, 158-4. 4, Jim Johnson, Marysville, 157-9%. 5, Tom Freeman, Springfield South, 156 ll. Dover Baseball Leagues Fund Campaign Scheduled Dover Baseball Leagues Inc. will stage its annual Fund Drive starting Sunday, it was announced today by Commissioner Paul Franz. William Feiger will be chairman of the drive. Boys from the 28 teams in the Dover Baseball Leagues Inc. 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 summer. Managers of the various teams will assign certain areas for their boys to cover in the drive which will end May 31. There is a $1 minimum donation asked for the tickets. Anything above that will be appreciated. Boys who get IO or more do nations will receive prizes. As in previous years, the drive is to help cover the cost of reconditioning and replacement of equipment, insurance and other operating expenses. With the increase of the league from 16 teams in 1957 to the current 28 clubs, and an expansion planned for 1965, more fields and equipment will be needed. Indian Homers Tame Tigers CLEVELAND (AP) — Larry Brown broke into the Cleveland Indians’ lineup 18 days ago as a result of an injury to Vie Da-valillo. He isn’t going to give up that berth easily. The 24-year - old infielder rapped two homers and a single Friday night, driving in three runs that led the Tribe to a 5-3 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Brown, who weighs only 165 pounds, smacked one of a pair of first-inning homers for the Indians, who came up with a total of four for the night. Dick Howser led off with a single against Mickey Lolich, the southpaw who whipped the Indians handily Sunday. Then Brown belted one over the left field fence. With one out, Max Alvis drove the ball far over the center field fence. It was one of the longest clouts seen in Municipal Stadium in recent years, hitting the bleacher wall at the 470-foot mark on the first bounce. Jerry Kindall socked one in the second, and Brown touched off the exploding scoreboard again in the fifth with another drive over the left field fence. Southpaw Jack Kralick, whose 1.31 earned run average is one of the best in the league, gave up ll hits over 6 2-3 innings but emerged with his fourth straight victory. A throwing error by Woodie Held gave the Tigers their first run in the fourth. Detroit added another in the fifth on back-to-back doubles by Don Wert and Jerry Lumpe, and Bill Freehan homered in the sixth. In the seventh, Manager George Strickland called in Don McMahon, who has appeared in 13 of the Indians’ 29 games. Mc Mahon struck out pinch-hitter Gates Brown to end a threat. The veteran reliever finished the game without further trouble. 'A' LEAGUE RULED DEADLOCKED SO: Strasburg, Garaway Will Meet Monday DETROIT AB R H RBI Wert 3b ........ I 2 0 Lumpe 2b ..... 0 2 I Reline rf ...... 0 0 0 Cash lb ........ 0 I 0 Demeter cf .... 0 I 0 Freeh an c ...... 2 2 I Thomas lf ..... 0 2 0 b G. Brown lf . .. I 0 0 0 McAuliffe ss ... ,. 4 0 I 0 Lolich p ........ 0 0 0 a Wood ......... 0 0 0 Rakow p ....... 0 0 0 Sherry p ....... 0 0 0 c Bruton ........ 0 0 0 Navarro p ..... . 0 0 0 0 Totals ...... 37 3 ll 2 CLEVELAND AB R H RBI Howser ss ..... I I 0 L. Brown 2b ... ,. 4 2 3 3 Wagner lf ...... 0 0 0 Alvis 3b ....... I I I Romano c ...... 0 2 • Smith rf ....... 0 0 0 Kindall lb I I I Held cf ........ 0 0 0 Kralick p ...... . 2 0 0 0 McMahon p ... . I 0 0 0 Totals ...... 31 s • s I—Flied out for Lolich in 6th; b—Struck out for Thomas in 7th. c—Walked for Sherry in 8th. Detroit OOO IU OOO—J Cleveland 310 010 OO*—I E Held. PO A—Detroit 24 t. Cleveland 27-8. DP—L. Brown, Strasburg and Garaway will clash Monday at 4 p.m. (slow time) on Dover City Field to determine the champion of the Tuscarawas County Class A Spring Baseball League. • This was announced this morning by Tiger Coach Pete Angelo. It was ruled, at a meeting of the loop’s coaches Friday, that lectional champion Midvale would not finish out their schedule and therefore its games would not count. Had the Blue Devils’ counted, Garaway would have had a 7-1 slate and Strasburg 6-2. But, Midvale had the option of either playing its complete slate or “hanging ’em up” and Coach Pete Hilliard had decided not to continue. Kindall and Howser I Wert. Lumpe and Cash. LOB I—Detroit ll. Cleveland 2. 2B—Thomas, Wert, Lumpe. HR—L. Brown 2, Alvis, Kindall, F reehan. IP H R ER BB SO Lolich S 6 5 SOS Rakow I I 0 OOI Sherry I 0 0 0 0 I Navarro I I 0 OOO SC ralick 6 2 3 ll 3 2 3* McM'n 2 1-3 0 0 0 I s W—Kralick (4 0). L — Lolich (4 2). U—Stewart, Stevens, Napp, Rice. T—; 2: 32. A— 11,924. Tate 33, The Daily Reporter, Dover, Ohio Saturday, Way 23. 1944 Paul Franz, commissioner of Dover Baseball Leagues, is "touched" by twin sons Eddie (enter) and George as an indication that the organization's annual fund drive will begin Sunday. ;

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