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|Transcript||In Saturday's home meet|
Salukis rout Sycamores, 100-45
Sa.ukl Ivory C/ocVatt cronwa ths finirti (in* In ths 44Gywt) r.
Uy Saturday a^aimt Indiana Stats. SlU'a winning tims In ths
rvsnt was 41.7. OocWat'i site won ths 100 snd 220yard
ila>wvM and M olt thai rmi. Mary for SIU. Th. Satuk ii cut down
the Sycamores 100-4S In ths horns opsner for SIU. (Photo by
The Indiana State Sycamore.track team found out
Saturday that the Salukl track team will be tough
to beat when the Conference cf Midwestern Universities begins competition next year. SIU routed
tbe Sycamorea 100-45 in McAndrcw Stadium.
"I think we're thai much tougher, " aald SIU coach
Lew Hartzog. "I think they're got a lot of catching
up to do, all of tbe schools, and we're Jua begtralng
Warm weather and a medium wind helped to provide Saturday'! crowd with several Impreaalve per-
formancea. Fll Dlacklston set a new STU discus
mark with a heave of 166-1 1/2. well past the old
record of 165-9. Indiana Sute'a Ed Henry left hla
mark In tbe long Jump pit •1th a 24-8 performance.
good for a McAndrew Stadium record.
SIU opened the meet with a victory in the 440-
yard relay. It waa one of 14 firsts for the Salukis
In seventeen events.
Crockett, running extremely smooth, won the 100-
yard daah In 9.5 and the 220-yard dash In 21.9. Crockett
also led off the winning Salukl mile relay learn.
Callfornlan Mike Bernard was the high-Jump winner
at 6-6 1/2.
Obed Gardiner and Don Miller dominated the trlple-
Jumn going 4.9-9 1/2 and 49-8 reapectlvely.
Blacklston also won Che shot-put with a throw
of 51-9 1/4 while Larry Caaclo and Ray Gluaa took
the top two spots In the pole vault, sailing 14-6 and
Dan Tlndall had a sore arm and threw into the wind
but still won tbe Javelin with no problems, throwing
the apcar 197-7 3/4.
Without the ailing Alan Rotolnaon, SIU still swept
the mile run with Glenn UJlye winning in 4t13.3. Ken
Nalder was a step back at 4:13.4 and Paul Ingrassla
placed third In 4il8.7. In the two mllo. UJlye and
Ingraasla were second and third.
Ron Prye was the winner of the high hurdles with
a winning time of 14.9.
In the 440-yard run, Barry Lclbovitz came up from
last place lo win In 48.8 with Larry Mobleythlrd.
The Salukis got five more polnta when BUI Butsrd
worked for a flrat plsce In the 440-yard Intermediate
hurdles In a time of 54.9.
SlU'a mile relay of Crockett, Mobley, Morrow and
Lclbovitz won In 3il6.9,