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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1953, Mason City, Iowa Senators Change Become Power Club in Exhibitions Giants Nip Indians to End Losing String By BEN PHLEGAR AP Sports Writer Unless the fences are mighty short and the scorers mighty gen erous Bucky Harris must be feed ing his Washington ball club power pills this spring At any rate something has put a potent wallop into the once punch less Senators Last year the Senators won more games thanthey lost and they hung in first division much of the season But it was clutch pitching and sparkling fielding that kept them thereThey were the worst hitting club in the American League Things are different now Wash ington has been winning again but by scores such as 1310 114 107 and Fridays 98 edge over the Cincinnati Reds 28 Home Runs Senator hitters have slammed 28 home runs in 22 spring games They hit only 50 all last year The Cleveland Indians one of thc main teams Washington will to contend with fell apart Friday after an 8game winning streak and lost to the New York Giants 138 in 10 innings at Lub bock Tex The Giants broke a 9game los ing streak by scoring four runs in the ninth inning and five in the top of the 10th The roof fell in en Cleveland in the 10th when Short stop Ray Boone and Outfielder Jim Lemon watched a pop fly drop between them with the bases loaded and one out Earlier in the contest both Boone and Boone twice but the runs didnt make up for the field ing lapse Extra inning Games Two other exhibitions went into extra innings The Philadelphia Phillies edged the Boston Red Sox 64 in 10 at Montgomery Ala despite a first inning triple play by the Sox and theSt Louis Card inals had to go 13 before downing New Orleans of the Southern As sociation 43 runs in the eighth inning Brooklyn a 98 edge over at Atlanta although the Braves rallied for two in the ninth when George Shuba muffed a fly ball with two out Billy Pierce scattered six Fort Worth hits as the Chicago White beat the Texas League club 20 to become the first Chicago pitcher to work nine innings Hal Newhouser tcntativelylisted as Detroits opening day pitcher wasblasted by Buffalo of the In ternational League iiv a nightgame at Lakeland The farm club combed the Ncwhouser and Dave Madison for 22 hits and won 152 189 for Browns The St Louis Browns won their third straight over the Chicago Cubs 53 in a night game at San Antonio Tex Vic Wertz and Jim Dyck homered for the Browns who now have an 189 record for the spring The Philadelphia Athletics out lasted Birmingham of the South ern Association 76 in a third night game despite a 4run ninth inning by the Barons JOHNNY KUNDLA Coach Lakers Open Final Series With Knicks MINNEAPOLIS Iff The Min neapolis Lakers and the New York Knicks Saturday night start a best of7 series for the championship of the National Basketball Associa tion N The Lakers led by George Mikan defeated the Knicks in the finals last year The two teams met six times this year with Minneapolis winning four and losing two The Lakers also hold a 2412 margin over their opponents through the years The first two games of the series will be played here Saturday and Sunday The teams will move to New York for the next three games scheduled for Tuesday Wednes day and Friday If the sixth and seventh games are necessary they will be played in Minneapolis April 12 and 15 The Lakers have won five play off championships in the past six years Coach Johnny Kundla be lieves his club will win the cham pionship again if it can lake the first two games Quinn Will Speak at Joice Banquet JOICE Lyle Quinn executive secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic Association will be the guest speaker at the annual ath letic banquet to be held at the Joice school auditorium April 14 Both the boys and girls teams will be honored The School Parents Association will serve the dinner Baseball Scores in Exhibition Contests Philadelphia N Boston 4 Chlcaio A 2 Fort Worth 0 New York N 13 Cleveland 8 Washington 9 Cincinnati 8 St Louis N New Orleans 3 Brooklyn MlIwRiikce 8 St Louis A 5 Chicago N 3 Philadelphia A 7 Birmingham 0 Buffalo 15 Detroit 2 BILKO JABLONSKI TO BE REDBIRD REGULARS HOUSTON Tex Steve Bilkp and Ray Jablonski have just about nailed down regular starting berths for the St Louis Cardinals Manager Eddie Stanky said Satur day Theyve just played their way into the regular lineup Stanky said after each collected three hits in the Cardinals 43 vic tory over the New Orleans Pelicans Friday This Picture Is Not Enough Pioneer Garages Must Be Seen To Know The True Value We are now taUnc cricri Dellrcrr MODEL AT ART MARTIN BUILDERS 1703 So Hoover Ave Phone 5761J Tommy Bolt Has Lead in Azalea Open WILMINGTON N C thiee BX Bolt Barber and Bulla were in position to pull sway from the field going into Saturdays third round ofthe 000 Azalea Open golf tournament Tommy Bolt Maplewood N J was on top at the halfway mark of Lhe 72 hole event which winds up Sunday afternoon He tacked a sec ond round under onto his first day GC for a 135 and a one stroke lead over Jerry Bar Johnny Bulla Four men were locked at 138 They were Johnny Palmer of Charlotte Lew Worsham Pak mont Pa Doug Ford Harrison N Y Wininger Oklahoma City Okla Still possibilities at 139 were Lloyd Mangrum Niles 111 and Fred Wampler Indianapolis They led Max Eyans Detroit and Wally Ulrich Austin Minn by one stroke Big Field for State Indoor Track Meets in Classes A AA IOWA CITY than a thousand Iowa high school athletes were on hand at the State Univer sity Iowa fieldhouse Saturday for the state indoor high school track and field championships in theClass AA and A divisions Clinton Oitumwa andFVDes Moines North were viewed as chief contenders for the AA team title The Class A competition was a tossup with no clear favorites in sight The dash trials were scheduled to begin at pm with Frank Sebqld ofDavenport Leonard Rog of Spencer and Jerry Campbell of Fairfield top sprinters all registered to compete Finals in the pole vault shot put broad jvimp twomile relay and 440yardrun were being run off during the afternoon with finals in nine other events on schedule Sat urday night Northeast Iowa Baseball Loop to Be 10Club Circuit CALMAR Northeast Iowa baseball league was reorganized here after a meeting Calmar after five years in the circuit withdrew because of a lack of players and Spillyille and Ionia were brought into the circuit The admission sought by Decorah was not ac cepted Other members of the circuit will be Ridgeway Lawler Cresco New Hampton Elma St Lucas Festina and West Union making a 10team loop for the 1953 season George Hruska of Calmar will serve as president of the Northeast Iowa League a job he previously held and Nick Croalt of St Lucas will be the vice president Zaharias Fires 71 for Tourney Lead BEAUMONT Tex field of 23 women golfers teed off Satur day for the second round of the 54 hole Babe Zaharias Opcnwilh the honoree enjoying a onestroke lead Mrs Zaharias shot a 343771 two strokesbetter than par Friday in the first round of the tourney Betty Jameson of San Antonio Tex the only other golfer to break par shooting a Peggy Kirk was three strokes be hind the Babe at and Patty Berg of St Andrews 111 a pretourney favorite was tied with MrsJackie Pung of Glasgow Ky at 75 The ranking amateurs were Polly Riley Fort Worth Tex who had a for 12th place and Gloria Armstrong Oakland Calif and Lesbia Lobo San Antonio who had 81s College Baseball Stanford Soathera CiltfornU 5 UCLA 3 2 Iowa Stale 8 Inwa Teachers 0 Wisconsin 2 Western Illinois 0 Mississippi 7 IllinoisWtslejan 4 Ohio Univ SI NC Duke 7 Michigan Slate Cyclones Win Opener 80 AMES Iowa Slate 80 victor in its first game was to meet Iowa Teachers here Saturday afternoon in the windup of a twogame base ball series The Cyclones pounded home three runs in the first three innings and scored in every other odd in ning to shut out Ihe Panlhers here Friday IA TEACHERS MID IIM1 000 1 fi it IOWA STATE M K 0 TanKcman Stewart T ami Watson Hermann 1oslma 7 and liawek McLane Out for Triple Tank Title NEW HAVEN Conn my McLane 22yearold former U S Olympic swimming champion seeks a victory Saturday night in the 440yard race for a triple in the national AAU championships The spindly legged Yale star who won three AAU championships as a 15year old boy wonder back in 1946 won the 220yard event Friday night in On Thursday night McLane won the 1500meter race If hc wins Saturday night in the 440 he will succeed to all three ti last year by Ford Korino of Konrip is outof t h is years meet because of a recent at tack of mumps and scholastic difficulties Mc Lanes c h i ef competition i s expected t o come from McLANE Wayne Moore his Yale teammate McLane Moore and several other Yale stars are competing in the AAU meet for the New Haven Swim Club which had an overwhelming lead in the team standings after two days The New Haven swim mers had 77 points lo 11 for Iheir closest iivals the Mexico City Swim Club Dick Thoman of the New Haven club winner of Friday nights 100 yard backstroke race in 575 sec onds goes out after a double Sat urday night in the 150yard back stroke event Thoman won both races lasl year Bowling Hep MOOSE 1EAGVE Won 1st and Urd Buds Used Cars 2 ri Hit 8IH Fetes Ilacc I 067 BUI Schrlver 210 Gene Thornton KW Old Time Moose 3 767 7iV Kflii 105 Walts Groceries J its G Ktmble SIS W Lund Kory Knrncr 3 707 H31 Harris DX 1 8IJ 377 W L Duncan 223 TpBO Jl J 1ecsc 1 7 I 0 8S Tol 2177 2285 man fiflO 210 2333 1MU Glass Nugent J81 Shcahan M C Tile 2 Gaynor Croc 113 0118 8IX 63 n 82rt 7S8 7W CHI 682 180 1 713 nay Tcnncy 323i Frank Muchlsledl riNnUSTERS LEAGUE Won 1st and Hep DucscnbcrRS 2 OK 7M Wltwcr Grocer J IJH8 M French JtiO 481 nicks Howling 2 I Aljii 7IK I 671 639 SB 2160 2038 8310 2210 2002 2JU 5U6 Tot 2103 20 1 700 0 5tfl 18 Wolskc 177 HHI A Miller 11Ht CDS 7 IB 0 208 600 013 232 2130 Schlliz 1 JSR Ydimkers 2 630 M Rlley 170 Fclco S S31 3it 615 Rozcn Chev 0 JB6 571 561 H Freni 185 III Town Country 78ti 52 076 Connelly 0 OOT 611 631 1 1oUcck 182 472 WOMENS CITY LEAGUE Won I si 2nd 3rd Hep 1810 1755 2211 1U74 Superior Oil t 732 736 Betsy Ross 0 6XS 672 A Mlzerskl 216 306 710 628 0 138 A88 J87 710 Sellon Molor J M C Appliance Z It Ilartman ISO G Dnien Hordens Hcrmimons I K fuense m 601 711 Slfi B77 75 7J7 Fl 2 II 750 Crit 21 S IIUread 1 721 TS773K 0 M Ryan 186 K Ikcnberry 180 Lake OKI Shop 3 737 670 7fil I Takln Bros 015 R57 693 30 Canwell 185 191 711 CIH ilii CIS Capitol Tobacco 2 t Muthlstedl 187 450 fi7 C8G Tot 220S 2070 2180 8118 211 2169 2179 2174 DEFENDING CHAMPIONS PLAY IN CAGE FINALS WICHITA Kan Champion Hanes Hosiery of Win storiSalem NC meets Wayland College of Plainview Tex Satur day nightin the finals of the 25th AAU womens bas ketball tournament ExpensiveRookie The St Louis Browns often have been called the poor trash of Ihe American League There is nothing poorabout the investment they have in Shortstop Billy Hun ter who is considered a key player in Brownie plans They dished out to the Dodgers to gel Hunter and also threw in three players in the deal Ray Coleman Bob Mahoney and Stan Rojeck Hunter 24 isin his fifth season of organized baseball and the past two seasons has played with Ft Worth being named the most valuable player in the Texas League in 1952 Iowa Teachers which scored 11 points in the recent NCAA wrest ling tourney never has finished worse than fourth in postwar com petition for the team title Also in that 8year span the have produced at least one cham pion each season Jim Harmon copped the 157pound title in the recent meet A new Scoreboard costing 000 be in operation Ihis season at the Cleveland Indians ball park Fixed Punishment The American League plans to crack down on any players and managers who make use of profan ity in their beefs to the umpires A directive reads that a player manager or coach who isremoved from the field or bench for the use of abusive or obscene language will be automatically suspended for a period of three days A fine also may be imposed by the league if the situation warrants such action Bob Porferfield W ash i ng t on pilcher hada lot of sympathy last season when seven different times His club was blanked when he was pitching But Walter Johnson had worse luck in the 1909 season Ten times the Nats were shut out when the Big Tram was on the mound The Philadelphia Phils plan to ride along on a 3man pitching staff this season At least Manager Steve ONeill is going to have Rob in Roberts Curt Simmons and Karl Drews on the hill as often as pos sible He hopes to use each of the trio on the mound for a mini mum of 350 innings meaning that its a starting job every four days Staggered Program There is no set starling or qviit tingrtime ior spring fiibtball prac tice inthe Big Ten conference The NCAA ruling is followed which limitsthe drills to 20 practice ses ions in 36 calendar days vacations and examination dates excepted The earliest starting date in the conference was by Purdue ivhich started drillsMarch 16 and will conclude them on April 28 Minnesota is at the other end with its first spring practice not sched uled to start until April 21 and the closing date to be on May 23 A poor season at the pi ate doesnt necessarily mean pay cut Mickey Grasso the popular Wash ington catcher batted only 216 last season Yef the fiery backstop received a boost in salary this sea son to The National League baseball clubs especially the top flag con tenders a r e wondering if the Brooklyn Dodgers can wing their way to another pennant this season on a pattern which would follow the one used in 1952 The Bums won 67 of 87 games againstsecond division clubs lo f a Uen their per centage But against other first division teams they were able lo cop only 29 of 66 conlcsls Officials in Teams The Big Ten has an extensive program for its foolball officials The officials allcnd clinics and have preseason assignments to practice games Also scouts and observers watch conference officials and prospects in action The Big Ten will retain ils system of assigning football 6fficials by teams keeping units of five to gether throughout the season to pro mole Iheir efficiency Six learns will be employed in 1953 asagainst seven which were used last season Jack Dittmer of Elkader the second sacker for the Boston Braves will be playing at much lighter weight this season When he reported for training fast spring he weighed 195 but this year he came in at a trim That 174 figure is about what he weighed when he starred as an end in foot ball at the University of Iowa Joe Adcock traded from Cincin nati lo the Braves figures to be a big help to the Milwaukee club i i He asked to be traded so he could get away from tho outfield and play first base figuring lhat Ted Klus zewski was a fixture as the Cincy first sacker the interesting note on Adcock is that he never played baseball in his life until He was a freshman at Louisiana Stale Adcockhad attended LSU on a basketball scholarship and was the varsity center inhis freshman year in school Cuban Troubles Perhaps you have read the stories about the small attendance al Havana for the Pittsburgh Pirates exhibition games evenwilhia free gate no help for the club which can welliuse some income ffonii drills The playersprobably are not too happy about training in Cuba either becauseofexpenses Here are some examples Amer ican cigarets 35 to 40 cents per pack American coffee in restau rants with cream 30 cents ham sandwiches 70 cents American beer 60 cents per bottle apples 25 cents cleaning jobs press ing a suit By OSCAR FRALEY NEW YOUK UP Fearless Fraleys facts and figures Big Jim Konslanly of the Phila delphia Phillies most valuable player of 1950 and a flop since ippears in line to make baseballs comeback of the year His workhorse 74 appearances on the mound carried the Phils to Ihe jcnnant three years ago but in 1951 he had a miserable 411 mark and last pitched only two complete games for a 53 mark This spring he has been the sensa ion of the Phils spring training amp giving but seven runs in 36 innings In Konstantys last two starts he went the dislance e4ach lime beat ing the Cards 7J and Detroit 70 Irish CagarsTough Bcaling Noire Dame al anything is tough but trying to beat the Irish basketball team on its home ourt is well nigh impossible ac ording to Pete Newell Michigan Stale cage coach They pul Dajne band right behind the visiting teams bench Newell and your men have lo readers logel anylhing out of your pregame pep talk You find yourself starting a game whistling the Notre Dame E Victory Song If Ihe slarls in the Kentucky Derby on May 2 he should have the flag of the Uniled Nalions on his racing silks His owner points out lhat Nicholas was bred by an Irishman represenls one of Englands grealesl lines of sires had a Swede as an altendaht when he was foaled is named for a Russian cziir is owned by a Ger man and Irained by a Negro They might add that he doesnt have a Chinamans chance too Memory lane It was 38 years ago Sunday that Jess Willard knocked out Jack Johnson at Ha vana to win Ihe heavywcighl cham piohship Seems almosl lhat long since Rocky Marciano fought Tigers Big Aim To Get Out of American League Cellar By LEO H PETERSEN LAKELAND Fla UP Fred die Hutchinson is in the process of rebuilding the Detroit Tigers and his only aim this season is to climb out of the American League cellar It might prove to be a tough task for there is nothing resembling championship lustre on the 1953 team About the only thing it has to recommend is a pitching poten Hutchinson realizes it will be at least two years before the Tigers figure to be contenders With that in mind his opening day ineup outside of pitching and catching will feature new faces for not one of them was with the club at the slart of last season Counts on Dropo The Tiger pilot hopes to make up in speed and defense what his club lacks in hitting For his power he is counting on Walt Dropo at first base and Oulticlder Bob Nie man They are the only proven long ball hitlers on Ihe club Wilh Gerry Priddy a queslion mark because of the broken leg ho suffered last season Owen Friend one of thehost of players the Tigers obtained in a series of deals with the Browns will open at second base Rookie Harvey Kucnn who hit 325 in 19 games with the Tigers at the tail endof last season will open at shortif he recovers from an ankle injury Otherwise it will be the slick fielding but weak hit ting Fred Hatfield normally a third baseman If Hatfield takes over atshort it will be one of two veterans Johnny Pesky or Billy Hitchcock at third The Outfield In the oulfieldiwilh Nicman will be Jim Delsingi arid rookie Russ Sullivan who hit 327 with the Tigers after being called up from Buffalo late last season Malt Baits and Myron Ginsberg will share the catching chores with John Bucha theNo 3 man With Southpaw Ted Gray re covering from a injury whichwill keep him but for at FREDDIE HUTCHINSON Years Away least the first month of the sea son Hulchinson is counting on toughluckArt Houtleman 820 Ned Garver Hal New houscr Bill Hoeft 27 and Hay Herbert just out of service as starling pilchers Stengel Says Hes Forced j to Select Yankees to Win ATLANTA Ga Casey Slengel went on record Sat urday with the prediclion lhat the New York Yankees will win their fifth consecutive American League pennant this year Listing five outstanding develop ments of the spring training sea son Stengel said I have to pick my club If I didnt it might lose confidence in me Our greatest danger is careless ness and overconfidence like we developed last July and which al most cpst us last years pennant he tiontinued v Fraleys Sports Tells Konstantys Comeback Irish Gage Wins April 4 1953 It CUr CKy Language Bothers Sox Mound Hope Not the Hitters By MILTON RICHMAN FORT WORTH Tex ornieles Xhe White Sox new luban sensation said Saturday hroiigh his official hat he can handle Americar League batters twice as easily a he can the English language The 21yearold rlghlhander who noko in spectacularly with Wash ington by h u r li n g onchi riumph over Ihe Alhlelics laic ast season sadly shrugs his shoulders and fixes his interviewer with a blank stare whenever he asked any questions Official Interpreter Relief Pitcher Luis Aloma a cllow Cuban who didnt know Fornieles until hereported to the While Sox this1 spring acts as his Golf Story A lot of wives will agree with this one now that golf season is busting out all over Seems that one guy after a long winters lay off toted his sticks out to Ihe course and began hacking merrily But it was the same old story Slice one and hook the next In exasperation the gent turned to his caddy and pleaded Tell me son what am I doing wrong To which the kid cracked Thats golfl Which must be the way basebal feelsabout President Eisenhower Dan Bucceroni Posts 8th Round TKO Over Davey NEW YORK contender Dan Bucceroni doesnt have to be told that all work andno play makes Jack a dull boy Only in this case it makes Dan dull boy i Always a stickler for heavy train ing the Philadelphia puncher trained lighlly almosl casually foi his fight Friday night withDave Davey of Scalllc Wash And il paid off with an eighthround tech nical knockout beforethe nations television fight fans It was a change in my train ing schedule that did it Buc ccroni admitted afterthe bout at St Nicholas Arena Previously 1 used to spar eight and nine rounds a day before a fight But this lime I cut it to fourrounds a day and never fell belter As a result Dangerous Dan en tcred the ring weighing pounds the heaviest of his ca reer But he appeared to be much sharper than at any other time and was hilling with more power against who scaled It was the second meeting be twcen the rangy heavyweight hope fills In their first fight last Sep tcmbcr Bucecroni won a close but unanimous decision But this lime it was the Bulchcr Boy all Ihe way Ollrich Rated 9th in U S by NGAA in Free Throwing DES MOINES bas ketball teams top 105253 scorer Gus Ollrich was ralcd Ihe nation ninth best freethrower Friday by the National Collegiate Athlelic Bureau Ollrich connceled on 137 of 171 free Ihrpw allempls for a shooling percentage of 801 Drake was ranked 21st among the nalions baskelball teams in the free Ihrow deparlnient LARRY FOLSOM INSURANCE AGENCY Insured Savings Life Insurance AufeTrucki Crop Hail Fire 301 14th S E JIM KONSTANTY Comeback official interpreter Fornicles understands every hing you say to Alomi pointed out while idly peeling an irango near his team mates ocker but he cant answer in qucsiions directed n translalcd int English So the Fornicles Spanish and then back into Englisl ay the linguistic Aloma Ask him what his reaction at being traded lo Ihe While So shorlly after pilching that one hiller for Philadelphia Alom was told Aloma repeated the question Spanish and indifferently Fornielcs shrugge The Chicago rooki added said He says Jt made no differ ence to hirrf one way or the other Ho pitched in three or fou games for Washington late las year Is there any particular hil tor who gives him Irouble Aloma put the question to th youthfullooking Fornicles He says he hasnt faced enougl of the hitters to know them ve well Aloma replied He say the language bothers him twice a much as the hitters but he earning both Ihe language and the hitlers Does he have any parlicula goal this year Prodded Answer Fornielcs answer seemed rathe vague so Aloma prodded him saying in English as well a Spanish Bctlcr say you hope t win al least 10 or 12 games thi year or else people think you hav no ambition The White Sox rookie nodded Yes he agreed hed like to wi 10 or 12 or whatever number yo might pick Manager Paul Richards has bee xcmendously impressed with For nicies fast ball and is on the verg of making him the leams fourt starling pilcher Trotters Go Game Mead of AllStars in Basketball Tour INDIANAPOLIS Harlem Globetrotters and the Colleg AllStars moved on to Milwauke Saturday wilh Ihe Trailers one u in Iheir crosscounlry basketba series The Globetrollers who like I clown on Ihe hardwood but like to win too won the sevcnlh game of Ihe series Friday night 7970 Smarting from a 10091 defeat the nrght before they played hard for three periods and piled up an 18 point lead that let them do some stunting in the fourlh Fight Fans Peeved Over Postponement By GAYLE TALBOTr CHICAGO is a bad joke f course the one going around ere that Rocky Marciano cut his ose on an unsold ticket but ou might be surprised as was his late arrival at size ecve Chicago fans were nursing ver the promotion of the bigfight There is among them a sortjOf uiet glee that the International Boxing Club has been forced to put it off for five weeks fand it vill take considerable persuasion o convince them that the cham pions sore nose was entirely re ponsible They are saying it by he way not this straggler One thing is certain The numbers were not moving and here was severe shortage of green money in the till with the bout only a week away No Seating Plan The chief grouse we have heard concerns the total absence of a jublic seating plan of Chicago Sta dium where the fight is to be held There just isnt any The man who lunks down his halfcentury note las no way of knowing they swear whether he will be in fairly close communion with the ring iidc or will find himself withhis jack against the wall in the upper ringside This last is a fancy way of saying mezzanine Some feel that another reason or the droopy sale of seatsito what shapes up as one of the great naturals of heavyweight history xuld have been the remoteness if Marcianos training camp at Holland Mich That is about150 milcsfrom Chicago or an hour by small This means that the average ight fan has had no the champ at all no chanceto study his style and irgumenls which sales and result in No Chicago Rocky never has fought in Chi cago as a pro incidentallyThe challenger Joe Walcplt shifted his trainingactivities here he first week at the earnest behest of the promoters but this brought no loticeable spurt in i Those who had watchedMarciano trainsay he had looked about as unimpressive as a heavyweight champion could look even before be began bleeding fromthenose Nothing is tobe deduced from Ihis however as Ihe Rocktseldom shines in his sparringsessions The 1BC plainly Ihas a job to do in coming the interest offlocal farilrand sooth ing some ruffled feelings if jt is to come near that million dollar gate it was talking about Michigan Trackmen Favored to Pace Southern Relays BIRMINGHAM Ala igan broughtback most of its 1952 championship team to rule a slight iavorilc to recapture the mythical title in the Southern Relays Sal urday The sixlh annual classic drew Ihe biggesl field in its history Athletes Eastern Midwestern and Southern universities and col leges entered the competition The Wolverines hopes rode with a roster that included Mill Mead ligh jump winner leap iast year and Rolancl Nilsson who Look shot put wilh a5310 heave The twomile relay championship and the mile relay shaped up as Iwo lop events of this years rivalry Illinois Michigan Georgetown of Washington D C and Penn sylvania were closely in the twomile test Oklahoma A M Michigan Yale and Purdue appeared the class of Ihe mile re lay BERRY Machine Motor Parts 118 South Delaware CRANKSHAFT GRINDING ALIGN BORING CYLINDER BORING VALVE RESEATJNG MOTOR PARTS RAMCO RINGS BRAKE SERVICE Now FREE BRAKE INSPECTION Our expert mechanics will make all necessary adjust ments and give you on accu Jrate report on the condition of your broke system BUDGET TERMS As Little as Wetk Goodyear Service Stores 121 NP Delaware Opp P O ;