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Star-News (Newspaper) - March 23, 1957, Pasadena, California Lancers, CrUsaders Drop Meets Glendale Bests Pasadena Sprinter Bob Poynter and Hurdler Charles Pigee were hot in the Pasadena City Col CC track mee in a losing cause as the'Lancers bowed to strong Vaquero team 78-44. Both were double winners Poynter .winning the 100 in 9.9 and in one of the bes times turned in this season in collegiate competition, a siz zling 21 flat, while.Pigee was victorious in the high and'low hurdle events. The speedy Glendale rela; recorded the' best time for jaycees in the Southland in thi mile relay with a_ speedy Summary: Hendershot (O) LaviEhUn 9.0. Barton (0) Henclershot 21.0. Itoundtree (G) Myers 49.4. French Meacham (P) Farber Trow- bridge Farber (G) Barker 120 Hlch Al- lOKrelll CGI. Stone 15.3. 220 Low Alleg- rettl Laiighlln 24.4. Shot Stellern Illenso 47' Qrond Alleerettl (Cl. Hcndall 20' High Frandsen (PI. Glbbs Bias 6'. Pole Stone (4-way tie for 12' Carter II- leneo 1J3' Mile Relay Glendale (Roundtree, Barton, 3.22.3. San Antonio Tracksters Best Rivals Mt. San Antonio, winning 12 events and sweeping two of them, rolled past Fullerton and Santa Ana yesterday after- noon in Eastern Conference track and field triangular meet on the Mountaineer's oval. The Mountaineer's totaled up points, while Fuller- toil grubbed second place with over Santa Ann with 26. Ron Larricu paced the Mt. GET YOUR. BODY INTO what Manager Frankie Muche of Arcadia prob- ably is warning Orlando DiPietro, his ace middleweighf, while training at the new Pasadena 'Y' boxing roorn. Muche has one of the most successful stables in Southern California professional circles, and his charges are undefeated: Mustangs, Bulldogs Cop Tilts. Phil Chelsvig smashed out ive hits in five trips Id the jlale, including a home run ind a double to lead Pasadena iigh to an 11-6 win over Bur- bank in a Foothill League base iall game on the loser's fielt yesterday. Chelsvig also teamed up vith Jim Winn and Jerry Sims n the pitching department to lold the host team to seven lits. Sieve Dulyea helped the cause with a homer. Line- u'rbank Ill 7 0 Winn. Sims. Chelsvlp. and Carlinl Ed- lason and Campbell. REPORTED by Jim Carlln The Muir baseba-11 team SAC spikemen, by winning his up its tenth victory in two specialties, the mile and11 starts yesterday afternoon, two mile. Larrieu_covered the mile in and" then turned in an excellent clocking slipping past Glendale, 5-3, in a Foothill LSa'gue game at Muir. r h c 51 Muir .............220 0111 13 1 Packard. Anderscm, Lcpera and for the eight lap two mile. Mt. San Antonio Pryde, set a new school record Slnnetle llld in the discus, as he tossed tin platter 140 ft. 4% in. Summary Schlck (Mi; 2. Erlckson (M) 3. Shinkle 4. Tie between Snyde (SA) and Zunlpa 10. Erlckatm 2. Shfck (M) 3. Shlnklc 4. Hiirlbiirt 22. White 2, Crousc 3 Jhirlburt 4. McVclch 50. Jonlan (Mt: 2. Kerslmw (SA) 3. Tobln 4. Knnpn Larrlcii (ill; 2. Neal (F) 3. Wani (Mi; 4. McGuire (Mt. TWO Larrleu 2. Nea (Ki; 3. McQuirc (Mj; -I. Esse (SA) 120 HIGH Younger (F) I1 Allen 3. Shciritld 4. Haven (SAL 15. 2'20 LOW Allen 2 Habcner 3. fihcrficld 4. Sny drr 24.S. MILE Mt. San Antonio (McVciRh, Crotisc. Jordan, White) SHOT KniRtU 2. Lopez 3. Mead 4. Prydc 4Sft Prydc (Ml; 2. Mead 3. OrtlRlesen (Ft! 4. Knlpht 140ft. Kchool rcco JIIGH Mor rdl. 2. Tie hetVcen Brlnliman (Ml nnd Bosc 4. Tie between Valletle (M) nnd Haven liriOAD' N'azaroff 1. Morris 3. Hahcner 4. Tic between Calbreath (M) and Karnopp 2. Zlenlenko nn January Marly I'cler' Thoniflnn i .Ion Adilinmon Henry Cnllon Monrl ilclicrt rhlrk IliulKri WoMlmm 1W> ItMlnlm Jnrk Kciftiinfrkpr .lolm llnrnum .Ivlliift [loron 3H-34-' 34-30--' 1 3H.SI-1 1 Nazarene Varsity Is Third Long Beach State's cinder men grabbed top honors in eight of the 15 events yester day to rout Pasadena College and. La Verne in a triangular track meet on the Crusader field. Long Beach's total was 85 to La Verne's 39H and Pasa dena's Two Crusader thinclads broke school and meet records yesterday. Clyde Kidd ripped the old 220 mark with a clocking while Burt Galloway smashed. the 440 record with a JOHNNY HOBART he's a heavyweight JOEV NOBLEZA lie's a 122-pounder GYPSY GORDON he's a bantamweight Pasadena High Aquatic Victor Led by John Nootbaar and Steve White, the Pasadena ligh swimmers took eight irst places yesterday to out loint .Glendale Hoover, at PCC. Nootbaar won the individual medley, breast-stroke and was on the winning Bulldog med ey relay squad. White took night's :op honors in the 50 and 100- rard free style and anchored :he medley relay. Medley 50-yard free John- on Gray 25.3. 100-yard ohnson Edwards 200-yard free Cle- Idens Kelly 100-yard John- m Brooks 100-yard :rocel Sorenson 100-yard free Bal- ard Foster 59.5. Johnson yer 63.75 pts. Individual levidens Edwards (HI, Four-man ARCADIA SLATES BASEBALL SCHOOL ARCADIA. Arcadia County "ark is one of eight in Los An- gles County where baseball ehools will be conducted April G, 17, and 18. Instruction will be given by x-Major League and Pacific Coast League players, with age mits for enroliees being from Supervision of the baseball ehools will be in charge oi County Sports' Director Charles time of 50.8. wii 1" Miller J.Jo 431 Bellnl Lass (E b Mo------- .n Weaver i3.3i 131 Willy Tass (0 Labergej 2 2" 2' 2' 21 3} Grenlef 6.35 Scotch Dell (CM 3 5 51 51 4i( 6f. 131 Joanulna (Mr Mrs LovlerJ.... 2 1 6' O'i S'l Short 12.75 Emma (W 1 0 7" 5" 4'b 8'j Cartnal 12.75. 426 Patrice S Nyland) 6 30 8 ,8 8 8 7' Argo U.05 128 Parkade (H J Bratlon) 8 8 1' 1} 7' 7! 8 Brtlton 31.60 3-5, Clear, track last _, (2 Mutuels J-IIITII OF FOIlfcil 4.80, 3.20, 2.80. BELIINI TASS 1-ald WILLY 3.10. At Start good from mobile gate, won all driving. Win-, 3, by Scot'.and-0ay Sonata. Trained by D. Miller. No scratches. 451 SECOND mile. Face. Maiden 3 and 1-year-olds. I'urso S1SOO. To Winner second 5375, llllrd S180. loilrth fifth Owner Wt. PP St. ML 1% Sir. Fin. JpckeyOddaU. .ands 8 1 I'l 1'i I'l Is! Miller ;acy (C M Saunders) 4 1- 2'1 2' 2" Fltzpatrck 1.50. Index Horse Lovely 4 Doetown Bros.) 8 8 7'! 51 3) 3> 3i Cox 27.75. .HaT. Sign (O Dennis) 3 5. 0? 4'j 4ort Hoyal (Mrs Gaytonj 2 7 6'l 7'1 7'i 7J 7j Dennis 32.70- casa June Morlarty) 5 6888 8 8 Weaver 27.25- 3-5, Clear, trade last. S3 Mutnels MEADOW LANDS 2.30. LOVELY LEGACY raid. 3.30. 3.00. DOGTOW.N 5.50. At off Start good from mobile wqn: handily, second' jnd third drlvlnE. 3, by Counsel. Trained by Miller. scratches. Mutuel Daily'double UAILY OF KOAXII AND MEADOW 452 THIRD mile. Trot, .Class C. Turso 51500. To sreonil third S180. fourth flllh S75. 338 Hoy Lincoln (Dr 1 3 51 8'1 on 0> Perknson 412 Miss Barbara B. (J V Devlin) 7588 S .8 7' Dussalllt Kamlakm Mrs D 7.7" 7' T S Kent 2-5, :-5. Clear, track fast. Mutuels JAXE ZOMIUOUS 6.40, 4.10. B03IAKWIJI 3.10, 2.60., At off Start'good from mobile gate, won all driving.'Wihi 9, by Peter Zombelle-Jane McKInney. Trained by" F. Hilton, Scratched. Tom. Mull el FOURTH mile. Pace. California, bred. ClalmtoB. lurso, 43 j S1300. To winner second third fourth S96, flfth Claiming prlee _______' Horse Ownir Index 418 (356) Frm) 6 224 Audfe (L Dorn) _ 402 Arrowhead (C W Stewart) 35 5! 't. PP St. V. MI.. Str. Fin. JockeyOudsSl' 22 4' W 51 li Grenler .3.25; 11 3 402 J.'s Guy (S Crivsllo) 5.60 H6.00 4.80 16.60' Tassl 3'.l 3J 21 4" Dorn 6i 7 5J S'i SlewarC 41 21 305 BaYley) 5 4 1' I'h "Slstancld BafPcjI. "I'W Clear, track fast. KIJInlndi B.SOj 4.90, 3.30. HAL JOY 7.0B. i. At of? Start'Jobd from mobile gate, won all JrMng.' Win} G 9 by Pete' Primrose-Mildred June. Trained by J. Grenler. Scratched -Roselta Primrose, Woady Tass. Mu'.uel ille. I'acc, Class C. Purse. S1600, To Winner sccon.i S375, third iourlh fifth S75.. 454 FIFT" owner WL PP St. MI. 1% Str. Fin. JockeyOddsSl achenmaier) 3 3 1- 21J 2> 1'i Cartnal -.15 Index Horse Bilk Byrd (W 404 Miss Buttonwoo4 (Mrs J Bellz) 1 _ 322 Tommle Block Frm) 2 2 3 403 Worthy Queen (Mrs A Eastin) 8 8 B b 313 Willie Napoleon (Keith Stables) 7 T 3'1 1 41 2" 31 ,31 3J '.Tassl: 6'i'5! 4J 'Carter. 1 9.60 9.40 5.65 38.45 E2.SO 2-5 1-OC 3-5 1-----3-5. 1-5. "Clear, track fist. SILK 2.DO, 2.70, 2.40. MISS BUTTOKWOOD Paid 0.20 4.50.. TOMMIE.TASS 3.50. At Start good from mobile gate, won all driving. Win- 3, by Poplar Byrd-Dotty Direct. Trained by K. Cartnal. Salome Hanover, Mia. Bndgton. Mutuel SIXTH ml.e. Trot, Classes AA and A. Tho Azrao. Purse S3000. To winner S1500, second S750, third S360, fourth 8240, llfth Index Horse Owner WL PP St. 407 Lumber Boy (E P Schafer) ..11 407 Victory Lynn (Dr C J Fowler) 2 3 407' Colby's Goddess (Run. Spgs R) 8 6 5'1 423 Little Steve (Mrs H WarrenJr) 423 Model Heir (G Van Every) 3 2 1' 407 Huso Hanover (C M Provost) 6 5 .T 423 Bellini Tass (Mr Mrs Abare) 7 8 S S 8 4-5, :50 4-5, 2-5, Clear, trac! Ml. IV, Str. Fin. JockeyOddsSl' >1 3'! H I'l Coney 2.45 6f 2i Miller 1.55 J4.05 6.45 14.05 59.95 8.75 18.00 _ _ 2i Miller 5'1 51 31 Fowler .-_ 4J Dennis 5'1 Beis'r Craw'd 71 S Abate ls I.DMBI5R BOY 6.00, 3.00. 3.70. 2.70 2.50. VICTOR! I.YXN 5.80. off Start Eood from mobile g Paid At off Start Eood from mobile gate, won all driving. Win- B.H. 5. by Nibble Hanover-Charlotte Hanover. .Trained by P, Corley. Ethan Morris. Mutuel S82.7Q6. SEVENTH mile. Trot, free for all. The Del Mar. Purse SoCti'J added. Gross To winner second third. S666. fourth fifth S277.80. J55JJ Horse Owner Wt. PP M. y, Mi. Str. Fin. JockeyOddsSl 376 Dam Safe (Hayes Fair Stable) 3 1 1> .HI 31 3H Miller 1.15 376 TaE Me (G E Qiilri) .........5 5 3} I1 21 2> 21 Fowler 376 LiSVs First (oHlo Val. Stable) 232' 4U 4> Houslet 2.50 (407) Famous Hanover (C Bell) 4 4, 5 li U B V K 3.45 407 Steve Tell (W H Laue) ...___1 2 4't.5 5 5 5 Cartnal 20.80 2-ti. Clear, track fast. 52 Mutuels DARN SAFE 4J30. 2.80, 2.30. TAG SIB 4.30, 3.00. At off Start good'from mobile gate, won all Win. 6. bv Darnley-Praotcctarine. Trained by D. Miller, Wo scratches. Mutuel EIGHTH mile. Pace, Class B. Parse S2000, To winner thirl S840, fourth S160, fifth S100. MI. IK Str. Fin. JockeyOddsSl 1 3'! 3'1 I'l Dennis 4.60 I 5' 61 5' 2" Wil'ms 2.65 j I'l 21 21 3" R V K 6.65 k 6i 41 4B 4'i Wheeler 1.90 4' 6" 5' Bels'ger 9.85 i-.2' Beltz 11.35 _ 3 7 7 7br 7 7 Boring 17.20 1-5. Clear, track fast- Mulnels OJARK CAT. 11.20, 4.00, 3.60. EVEXTLME 4.30, 2.90. of stnft rood Batc..won all dririns. Win- Al 5 by Eddie Havens-Elaine. Trained by J.' Dennis. No scratches. Mutuel Total mutueV Index Horse Owner Wt- PP St 422 Ozark Gal (V i. M 112' 414 Eventlme (J Olscnl 354' 416 Salano (Derby Howsee) 7 6 G' (422) Knight Abbe (R M Kehl) 6 7 5" 432 Vita Boy (Miss Carol Langer) 223' 432 Swan Bay (Mrs J Beltz) .....5 432_.P. D. O. (J BortaBJ 4 Sir William Badly Hurt SAN MATED, Calif. (IP) Sir William, winner of the 5100, 000 Santa Anita Derby thi. year, broke down yesterday while running in a allow ance purse at Bay Meadows. It was feared that Sir Wil Ham's left front ankle was broken. He was taken from the track in an ambulance and an X-ray will be taken to de termine the extent of the injury. The three-year-old son of Rover was the West's lead- ing candidate for the Ken- tucky Derby this year. Owned by Mr. and Mrs. Herb Armstrong of Harrington Wash., and trained by Ceci: Jolly, Sir William had won in purses in his short career. NEVER RACE Jolly, who was in tears, ex- Dressed hope they could save Sir William. "I doubt that he ever again will he said, "but per- laps we can save him .for )reeding purposes." Sir William was moving up on the outside of the short six lorse field at the far turn of six-furlong event when he >roke down. He continued gamely for an other sixteenth, with Jockey Vloreno struggling to pull lim up. The colt was being condi- tioned here for Hie running of the Bay Meadows Derby on April 20 and was to be shipped to Kentucky for the derby after that if ho fared well. The race was won by the fa mfl Also Best Nllco, Leaful. furlongs. 4-yr.-olrts up. Clmer.- Pippin iMiiese) ...19.40 11.10 fi.flo lohy Dick (Volzke) 26.SO 14.90- Duece Admiral (Hmtz) 4.10 Time 2-5. Also Pftrron, Blrthrtav, Burgundy Belle, Bayou "Jov, Shareholder, Imperial Oak, Spc-' ial Capt.. 'Twaa Luck, Rlparlus. furloncs, Alw. wirling Abbey (Shkr) 4.30 2.40 Jberal Art (Neves) 3.10 J.80 mco (Mooncylian) 3.70 Time Also np, Str William, Barouche. 1-lfi miles, 4-yr.-o. up. dp. 'uno (Valeniuclaj ...17.20 S.M rt.ft) larf-i RocH (York) 8.00 fi.BO.. aictilft's lAst 7.30 Time 4-5. Also oy. 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