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TranscriptCascio vaults 15 feet
Track team loses meet
By Bob Richard*
Dally EijyptUn Sporti Writer
Pole vaultcr Larry Cascio
easily cleared 15- feet In the
pole vault Saturday but the SIU
track team was still caught
on the short end of the score
In i triangular meet involving Big Eight conference
members Kansas and Iowa
Stiaiv.
Kansas won with 95 points
while Iowa State managed to
edge the SailuUs 43-42, although a rules Interpretation iii the pole vault could
give SIU one more point.rod
s lie with the Cyclones.
Different Interpretations of
the previous miss rule between SIU coach Aubrey Doo-
Icy aad meet officials put
Cascio In third place behind
Kansas vaulter BUI Hatcher,
the second place finisher.
Both cleared IS-fc but
Hatcher did no* come Into tbe
competition until 14-6 while
Case to had missed at lower
heights.
Regardless, Cascio* s
clearance of l5-fe~ was his
best effort of tbe jt*r and
Caime within 1/2 Inch of Rich
Ellisons SIU record set ia
1968.
•*Ht cleared U by a foot,
firtd Md he kepi his desire
without oclng satisfied with
that effort, 1 think he would
have had some good efforts
at I6-fcet/' Doolcy ssld of
Casclo's performance. Doolcy added that Cascio had
barely missed at 15-6.
Ivory Crockett turned in his"
fastest time of the year in
the 100-yard dash# winning the
event in 9.4. Crockett's effort could have been faster
according to both Crockett
himself and Doolcy because
the r-*cc was stopped after
80-yards and rerun when
Mickey Mathews of Kansas
fell down.
Crockett had to fight a
strong wind In the 220-yard
dash and finished second to
Julio Meade of Kansas In 21.9.
Mode won In 21.7.
Don Miller won the triple-
jump for tbe third straight
meet with his top effort of
tbe year. 50-1/2. SlU's
outdoor record Is 51-8 3/4
by John Vernon in 1966. Obcd
Gardiner was second with a
49-8 Jump.
SIU could hsvc swept the
high Jump but Mlkc Bernard
could not get his steps according to Doolcy. SIU s Kick
Lelschner and Rod Murphy
tied for first, both going 6-4.
Bernard sailed seven fed
May 2, against Illinois.
Gardiner was second In the
In the long Jump at 22-9 with
Miller In third at 22-3.
Bill Burard also fought a
hard wind In Ames to take
second In the 440-yard Intermediate hurdles In 55.1.
Javelin thrower Dan Tln-
dall threw 190-8 for second
place. Tlndall Is still bothered
by a stiff arm which has held
him under 200-fed much of
the outdoor season.
SfU's 440-yard relay was
second toibeJsyhawksln42.7.
LanguageEnglish
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