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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 22, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse In stars and sums Delany heavily favored to end indoor season with win in Cleveland Cleveland i Mike Ron Delany and four other olympic champions at the Cleveland Arena Friday night in the final meet of the indoor and it appears de any will have m to past that the Chance for a record is the 22year old Villanova Star admittedly dislikes pushing himself More than the fiem he also dislikes running indoors in copping his 15th straight mile Victory last saturday la de any did treat by spurting on the last Lap he won by 25 Yards Burr College who had led for four Redlegs rout Larsen Belt yanks in 206 exhibition Victory and his Lime was 4 03a just two tenths of a second off the american indoor Mark set by Den Marks Gunnar Nielsen in new York two years Wheeler to defend title Ted former Iowa big ten ran third to de any in Chicago and will defend his championship Here another Hope for keeping some pressure on de is Tny to beat the meet record set by Wes Santee last year is Jim Atlantic coast conference mile and two mile King from North Beatty was second to Horace Ashenfelter in the two mile event Here last year Ashenfelter will not defend his Ami 25yearold hungarian who romped to Fame with a mile in Lon Don two years is favored to succeed other olympic champions participation promises to make the knights of Columbus meet one of the Best in its 17year history Are the Bob Richards in the pole vault Villanova 400meter Charley in the 600yard run Milt Campbell decathlon Champion and Indiana athlete now serving in the and Lee Cal North Carolina St Cincinnatus r i u g s i n g blasted Don perfect Lar Sens historic Stensk with five runs on six hits in the first three wednesday and went on to humiliate Yorks world Champion 3tmj who pitched the Only perfect Ramr in world his tory against Brooklyn last Dot retired Only two batters before the Bratkon in in and thereafter he strictly a batting the first hit off Brooklyn Gil one in the second game of the world series on was a credited to Watty of vat Rookie left fielder meld misjudged by Tae second was a Homer a moment later by big George who proved it was no Fluke by slashing triple off Lawn in shoe finally rides Winner ran 15 consecutive Champion jockey Willie Shoemaker finally Rode a Winner at Bay Meadows the Zacconi Pasimeni of jeers and Boos from the thous lining the grandstand rail Riding a 65 favorite named count me out in a claim ing the shoe got Bis hone tip in the stretch to end one of the longest Victory droughts fun his Brilliant racing this was his fourth Day at Bay Meadows since he finished the Winter season at Santa Anita Lead ing All jockeys and scoring 86 Vic but it looked for a time m though he never would win a n the who for Yean have been Becking Shoemaker started the same thing this time when he the result was that of his first 15 13 were installed As betting some of them ordinarily would been 1 Felt Fine All the time and z was Riding the same As said but i was Start ins to feel sorry for the people who were betting on me and losing their Andrws Tod by Giambra sports daily double recorded in Arkansas hot sects Aad Admiral Teddy a the Ugast Dally the 1951 horse racing season they atm the flt St Twe races at Oak Lawn a paid Aad Fer winning the first Admiral a paid Aad la the a easel Bott six Furlong Canvas bound Al Becky Coney tar the Canvas after being tagged by undefeated Stefan bed won his 14th straight a few Momenta Sater when awarded an eighth round to at Nicks Robinson starts drills for May 1 title bout Greenwood a sugar Ray Robinson boxed wednesday for the first time since he lost his middleweight title to Gene Fullmer who meets Fullmer in a return title bout in Chicago mar sparred two rounds with a Young Torres was beaten la the olympic Light middleweight final by hungarian Lasdo after the which also included fire rounds of floor work and bag Robinson weighed he just 180 for the last title affidavit challenges Goldsteins testimony los Angeles up Boxer Wick whose testimony helped convict welterweight Art Aragon on bribery wednes Day denied a Salesman affidavit that could reverse the con Lawrence Durrah said in an affidavit filed with the District at Torney that he talked with Gold Stein a a liquor Start White a Ury was deliberating Aragons he quoted Goldstein As saying no one knows better than i that he is not he never offered me a bribe at any Goldstein told reporters the statement by Durrah was a big he said he never had said anything like that at any Aragon was due to appear be fore Superior judge Herbert Walker thursday for probation hearing and he faces a possible five year prison term and cup Joey sporting a newfound knockout wednesday eyed bout with the Veteran kid but said he mind mating Gene Fullmer for the world middleweight Crown if the bout could be the soft spoken Buffalo now campaigning out of san registered five Knock Downs tuesday night while Ham Mering out a Nix round technical knockout Over Al St Paul the fight actually was halted be tween the sixth and seventh rounds when commission doctor Louis Kameny ruled that Andrews could it continue because of a Cut Fotter knockdowns in who weighed 1584 to Andrews presumably would not have let the bout go much further into the seventh he dropped his slightly winded opponent four times during a wild first round and decked him Astrain in the sixth with a right to the head for a count of six then just before the Bell ended the sixth Giambra rocked Andrews with a heavy right to the head which almost sent him Down who now has won eight straight since being out pointed in Francisco by Bobo Olson a and a half said that he intends to fight More often now that he gotten the problem of moving to the West coast out of the want Fullmer wed love to get a shot at Gene manager Mike Scanlan i Joey is ready right now for a championship bout but in the we think a fight with Gavilan would draw Well he and wed also like to get a bout with Joey weve been Angling for that one for a Long it was the first big main fight in Oakland since last and a crowd of paid to get Indianapolis gains Oil final Indiana Pous a the Indianapolis chiefs reached the finals of the International hockey league playoffs wednesday night with a 32 Victory Over Toledo be fore the chiefs won the three games to Indianapolis will open the finals sat urday at the second using his famed a Windup de Little a in con Trot was faulty the warmed up on him with three rum in the first inning and two in the in the Redlegs ganged up of Larsen for five runs and six hits in three the Redlegs went on from there to Wallop rookies Al Cocotte and Jack Urban and pile up 29 Good for 25 total in what is believed to be the worst us the Yankees Ever suffered at their an Nual Spring training Smokey Burgess and Jerry Lynch homered for Pmj in Soddi ton to Crow Sand Don Hajt Lynch and Burgess also hit triples Burgess in five runs and Crowe and Hook knocked a four Billy Martin and Tony Kubek homered for the who scored All their runs off 19game Winner Brooks Lawrence before Art Fowler shut them out Over the last five the Milwaukee braves made the most of their opportunities wednesday to beat the Kansas Cuy and even their Grapefruit league record at six victories and six the braves loaded the bases on Kansas City starter Maurice Mcdermott in the first inning and scored the first run when Joe Adcock Drew a Bobby Thom son in another tally with an infield Bob Cerr hit a Home run for the As in the third but the braves picked up another score la the sixth when Eddie mat hews walked with the bases the athletics had runners on base in each of the last five innings but Cash in until the when Curt Roberts singled Home Joe Jerry Rookie of from was the braves starter and got credit for the Nelson ran his string of scoreless innings to yielding on training Camp briefs dodgers farm out 7 players As cuts begin Vero players sent to the minors wednesday As the Brooklyn Dodg ers made their first squad cuts of the outfielder Bert hair or was As signed to infielder Jack Spears and outfielder Catcher Jim Koranda to St Catcher Herb Olson to los Angeles and Catcher Mike Napoli was returned to fort the cuts r d a c d the dodger squad to 34 Pitcher Chuck Templeton and outfielder Bob Wilson wih remain Here to work out with Montreal and will be assigned to clubs at a later All but Olion will remain at Vero Ouon will join the Angels a training at los a Lehle Fleet outfielder of Philadelphia int going to change his plans and sacrifice batting average for Power this Alt Ealy about three a he i i Eeast add it homers a year to i wanted but if i did say batting average would drop lev Points cd rather hit with than with a Home batted ja3 with three mows la inst City Lethander Mickey Mcdermott says the vacation a Over and Hes ready to go to tha year i spent with the Yaa f on u

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