TROJANS TRIUMPH Continued from 13th Page a 4m. 18.2s. win in the mil run earlier in the afternoon Javelin Tosser Larry Goins and Broad Jumper Sara Nicholson gave Coach Hill further cause to rejoice when they came through with the best performances of their careers. Goins, the ex-Pasadena jaysee ace, heaved the spear 204ft. lliin. and Nicholson leaped 23ft. 4 in., both good for firsts. "Only sour note in Troyville was the failure of the sprinters to crack 10 flat in the 100. Al Mejia nosed out Teammate Johnny Bradley in the mediocre time of 10.1s., but Bradley came back to edge the former Compton star in a more impressive 21.6s. in the 220. Don Davis, San Jose sprinter, appeared to have finished no worse than third in the 100, but he went unplaced, on the far side of the track. San Jose State High Jumper Mel Martin made the biggest splash of th,e visitors, climbing higher, than SC's vaunted twosome of Jack Barnes and Dick Brombaeh in the high jump. Martin hit 6ft. 5in., just one inch higher than Sophomore Brombaeh. Most thrilling race of the afternoon came in the mile relay Alice, Marlene Eliminated by Male Golf Foes ORMOND BEACH, Fla., April 1 (JP) The power-packed drives of two top amateurs put the two when San Jose State nosed out SC in a seesaw struggle which wasn't decided until the final lunge. Chambers had a slim one- yard advantage when he grabbed the baton from Norm Stocks starting the final lap. ; But the Spartans Don Davis cama on big in the stretch to finally pull ahead of the rugged Trojan handyman in the final yard. Chambers earlier had taken the quarter mile in 49.4s. after a blazing stretch duel with Fres no's Art McCullough. One mile Wilson (SO. 35 yds.: Bailie (SC), 5 yds.; Cherry (SC). 20 yds.; John son SJ. 4m. 18.2s. 440 Chambers (SO, 1 yd.: McCul lough (FS, l n.; Stocks (SO. J. yd.; Moore (SJ), 49.4s. 100 Mejia (SO. 1 ft.; Bradley (SO. 6 Inches; Feiriess (FS), 6 inches; Pasauali ISO. jo. is. 120 high hurdles Attlesey (SO. 4 yds.: Lawrence (SO, 2 yds.: Collins (FS. 1 It.: Bernard (SC), 14.1s. (New meet-record: old mars, n.5s. by Phil Cope. SC. 1935). Shot-nut VanDoren (SO, 49ft. lOVitn.'; Ashcraft (SC). 48ft. IVxia.: Iness (SO, 46t. VViin.; Turini (FS), 45It. 8 Win. High Jump Martin (SJ). 6ft. 5in.; Brombaeh SC), 6ft. 4in.: Kincheloe (SO. 6ft.' 2in.; tie between Barnes (SO and Bloomingcamp tFS), 6ft. Javelin Goins (SO, 204ft. ll41n.: Porch (SJ), 188ft. 4 'Am.; Dillingham ISC), 175ft. HVin.; Greene (SJ). 163ft. 2',iin. 880 Pruitt (SO, 6yds.; Wilson (SO, 10yds.; Wehking (SO, 12yds.: Sawyer (SJ). 1m. 53.8s. (New meet record, old mark, lm. 54.4s., Louie Zamperini (SO. 1939i. 220 Bradley (SO. 3in.: Mejia. (SO, 2yds.; Davis (SJ), Jyd.; Pasauali SC). 21.6s. . Two-mlle Purdr SJ. 18yds.; Berg (SO, 20yds.: Cherry (SO, 12yds.; Day (SJ. 9m. 48s, Pole vault Tie among- Jensen (SO, Rowan (SC), Mattos (SJ) and Hibner (FS). 13ft. 6in. 220 low hurdles Attlesey (SO. 1yd.; Lawrence (SO. 2yds.; Giilispie SJ, 1ft.; Scott SO, 23.5s. (ties meet record set by Gil Strother. SC, 1935, and Earl Vickery, SC. 1937). 4-man mile relay San Jose (Moore, Derrick. Kicolai, Davis), 6in.; SC.. 3m. 18.6s. Broad Jump Nicholson (SC). 23ft. 4"2in.; Aihara (SO. 23ft. H4jn.; Fairless (FS), 22ft. 9in.; Naire SJ), 22ft. 3,in. Discus Iness (SO. 154ft. Sin.; Goss (FS), 138ft. llin.; Van Doren (SO. 138ft. lin.; Meyer (SO, 133ft. SViin. (New meet record, old mark 153ft. by Ken Carpenter, SC1935.) Final score SC 115: San Jose State, 3034 ; Fresno State. 16 a.