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THE POST-STANDARD, Syracuse, N. Y., Thursday, July 17, 1958 27 Sets Record in Vernon Classic riumph Tonight's Vernon Downs Entries VERNON. -- Speedster, a 4- year-old stallion, trotted a 2:00.4 mile, the fastest of the season as he won two dashes to take the second leg of the Empire Trotting Classic here Wednesday night. It was in the first dash that Dan Smith reined the Williams- vttle stallion to the new mark. In the runoff he trotted the mile in 2:012. - . " In the first leg of the classic last week at Saratoga, Speedster finished' second twice to Octave Blake's Newport Star. In the runoff here. Speedster was flying at the top of the Vernon Downs Results FIKST-- TKO1. CLASS C» «*». 1 ML 5.80 3.00 Ludwig fianovtr (Cameron) Phil Mite (Buonol *' 4JO Hoot 'N Toot llryincl Time--3:06-2. AUo started: Judy ton* Mary Guy Kims. Ansie Hanover, Buena So Rare, Meadow Bonnie. SECOND--CLASS 28-3* FACE- Hoosier Gold tHarner* 4.90 3.40 250 Chio Of Prcchall (Simaer) Kelly Boy i Winder\ 4.50 2.80 2.80 Time-- 2:07.2. Also started :Check In, Sentlne! Direct. Vfzll FJowcr, Per.5a- cola. Widows Baby, __ _ DAILY DOUBLE-- MJDWIG ~ HANOVER m AND HOOS1ER GOLD 2 PA1P , CLASS C. i«H. 1 ML Zeldaphone (Lowe 11.10 4.50 3.80 Little ?annr !Brov;m 4.10 3.5j| Yankee Lou *Harner* . 5.20 Time: 2:07.3, Also started: Harnean* Blue Blade, Home James, Real Treat. Miss Afton, ,, v _ FOUmTH-- TROTTING CLASSIC. 1ST BASH. 1 ML. fih BoomfAvervi 15.30 4.40 3.10 Storm Cloud (Chapmanl 3.50 2,80 Lord Chuck (Bower) . A · 3.90 Time; 3:01.3. Also started: Morgan Calhoun. Flick* Proat. Pickney Hanover, BUter Sons. Cadence, Avalon FINAL DASH. 1 ML Speedster (Smith* ft,3D 3.00 3,1C Newport SUr Cameron) 3.10 2.80 Buckeye Demon (Hoyt) 6.00 Time: 2:01.2. Also started: EBD Hanover, Sh Boom. FHcka Frost* Egyptian Princess. Lord Chuck, Korean Calhoun, Storm Cloud NINTH- CLASS C, S*0«. 1 ML Adio Land (Pullent 6-30 4.50 3.20 Baronet Milliard) Voivnn IScotU 6.20 3.90 4.40 Time: 2:05. Also started: MAhlon Sturdy Bermuda, Gratis, Cotmo Topper. Poplar Scot. ATTENDANCE: 4,443, HANDLE: -- 2D DASH, TROTTING CLASSIC. 1 ML Speedster fSmith) 14.30 5.20 3.20 Eco Hanover (Dancer** 12.20 5.40 Newport Star (Cameron) 2.70 Time: 2:00,4. Also started: Egyptian Princess. Buckeye Demon, Guy K Protector, Prospectus Lord Stewart, Trump Hanove -- PACE. CLASS C, $709, 1 ML -Dick How Gil (Harrier) 25,70 10.40 4.30 Sturdy Frisfcy 'fWiiuseri 6.70 3.40 Tronic's BUI (Amatoi , - 3.10 Time: 3:05. Also started: Diamond Mine* Spring Again. Honick Hainbow, Quick Direct* Chalidale Son. SEVENTH--PACE, CLASS B. $l.?0ft. i MI, Tp Hanover fAllen) 19,10 6.40 4,40 3-90 3.10 5.00 Time: 2:6i.3. Also started: Chip Geu- esee. Beautiful Frisco. Navamite. Cap- Cisco Hanover (Harner) General Dean tain EIG (Humaway scratched -- TROtTING Weiii's License Suspended in California SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-California's .athletic commission Wed* nesday reaffirmed its approval of the heavyweight championship boxing match in Los Angeles between Fioyd Patterson and Roy Harris after the promoter, Bill Rosensohn, testified Al Weill was entirely out of the picture. After that, the commission suspended Weill's manager's license. Weill piloted Rocky Marciano, former heavyweight champion. Commission Chairman Dan Kilroy asked that the license be permanently revoked. · stretch and moved like a streak p out of fourth to win by a half length over the odds on favorite,. Newport Star. Buckeye Demon finished third. ^ · Speedster got the lead after the first pole in the first elimination dash and was able to hold it all the way as he finished a length and a half ahead of Ego Hanover. In the other elimination dasfcu Sh Boom a 6*1 choice, upset the\ heavily backed Storm Cloud by the narrowest of margins.' It was a four-horse photo and less than a neck separated the four. Lord Chuck got third. Holders of 439 tickets on the daily double of 1-2, Ludwig Hanover in the first and Hoosicr Gold in the second, had their pocket books swelle^i by $47.10* (All »et§ ft* FltBT--TEOT. CLASS C Di Do Son (J* Rick} Major It fV. Tlct) Happy Cy (O. O*rn«y) Avalon Princess *C Silert) Lucky Bymboi ;A. CordcM Bold Bone (C. Foyer) Qetiway Hanow 'O, flkc) Mature! M* (Q. Winchester) Also flitrible: Proper Way (J. Amato) Danny Harvey (B* Case) SECONU--FACE. CLASS C, S3*. Gray Mite D* Perkins) Modest Maid K. Nichols). Cold Sprint Scotty (C. Pack) My Bronson (H* Artmanl Pailn Hanover (J. Smith) Rhythm Prince (D. Miller) Safly's Alpha (C. Mothers*!!) Flo Direct C Lara en) Also eligible: Typhoon Hanover (J. Chapman) Roya Direct M. Thompson) CLASS C. SIN* My Pair Lady (O. Mahony) Merrie Hither *, Tict) Sturdy Mafi m. Pettit) Chttk OH fC. Larsen) Fleet Bob P. Russo) Francis N. (V. Little) Nancy All*tt *E, Demo) George Van (M. Or»an) Also elltible: Irene Abbey (J, BtUey) Carr Hanover (C. Mot her sell) -- PACE* CLASS C. Mithty Ann (H. Lowe) Meadow Mist if, Livingston) Peter Bohrmia J. Amato) Oeddy's Pick D Miller) Delladios (D. Maher) Proficient Lady M. Sheldon), Honest Pick 1C. Latsen) Mystic Man (H. Storey) Also elicibte: Typhoon Hanover fJ. Chapman) Roya Direct (M* Thompson) -- TBOT, CLASS C. !7»». Lucky Flower (E. Demo I Pairvlew Ike (J. llaaer) Kurtabel (C. RkhardfJ My con'* JLynn f J. Rick) Jim trie C. (C. Shaver) Laird Campbell (N. Bower) Miss Mamie C. (J, Flanagan) Major Regent tG Garo«r Also eligible: Harry Nay (J. Vandrtason) Carr Hanover (C- Motherstll) CLASS, Ida Burton M* Pyatt) Indian Guide (W, Brown) Velvet Miw (C. Wallace) Al Abete's Direct (J. Bailer) Hero Scott (J, Mater) Pappy's Pride fj. Sheldon) Busle Hanover (B. Case) Diamond Saw (C. CH«e) KM SCVENTH-- T1OT. S1.5W. Scotch Chief (A. Winter) Guy Abbey Jim (C. SUert) Brown Beau J. Va Norland (N. Houslet) HANDICAP, Lanca Hanover (R Gallon** L»dy (D, Cameron* FarlUr (J. Ainfcto) fchiabach (C. Richard*) EIGBTH^PACC. tS CLASS* ll»5t« rritco Sue Hec U. Barrow Jr- Robert Lee Frost (O Sear*) Hoot Newjtort 4C. Mahony) Timely Story (F* JErvln) Wiinond KMl (A. winter) Edtewood Averill (H. Ross) Meadow Bucky iJ. Chapman) Bporan (H. NINTV-PACC, CLASS Widow Ann (C Brenneman) Symbol San R* Wade) Forever Hanover E. Demo) Johne Ly brook (P. Russo) Grand Kahla Dale (H. Gerlach) EnsiRn Direct (C. Shaver) Margartte Hanover 'P. Scripture) Nibble Brewer (J. Bailey) Also eligible: Kancyway ij, Maser) Mickey Aircraft tC. Mothersell) Vernon Form \ for Thursday DO Son, Mmppy Cy* ret M. 2~~fthytbm Prince, M*4e* BUU* C»I* Sprint Scottr- 3-- tied b*kn Kuer AU«* Mr Pick, H«ne»t Plch. De!l»- Mr So'i Lrttft. 4-- Her* Scott I fill* ft A-- FairTlew lkr» Lair* C**pl*II. *-- Susie ManOTtr, CuMc 7-- Lini Hanocn F»r SUr, ftc*lck ChJtf. S-- Hoot Newport, Vindrkt B*Mttr» Edrewood Arcrill. »-- M*r**ttt H»n»Yer* MbM* »rew«r, Jthnst Lr brook* BEST AET-- HOOT NEWPOM. BEST LONGSHOT-- JOHNSE LT* \ :·· t * * * m, B Millions know · * * ^ * * drinks never t · taste thin Gordon's Gin o , · · ' "^ · + ' Another good reason why *" ' · . * Americans have made GORDON'S t · the best-selling gin! DISTILLED LONDON DISTILLERS DAY'S GREATEST according f; i There Gin like WML SHITS KTRta FROM MAIN, 90 PIIOflF, ©GOftCOH'S MY M CO., llB. f UNKN, K.I. In 6th to Win BOSTON (AP)-- The Boston Red Sox, held to a lone hit for five innings by veteran_Murry Dickson, explodeoffor four runs in the sixth Wednesday night for a 5*2 victory over th e Kansas City Athletics. Jackie Jensen, Boston's slugging outfielder, capped the uprising with a long double to right center scoring the third and fourth runs. Billy Console, given another crack at the starting ..shortstop job because of Don Buddin's slump, led off the sixth with a triple off the bullpen fence in right center. Pinch hitter Billy Klaus struck out, but Gene Stephens and Pete Runnels followed with line singles to right for one run. Southpaw Bud Daley replaced Dickson and struck out Ted Williams. Frank'Malzone beat out an infield hit scoring Stephens and then came around behind Runnels as Jensen boosted his American League leading RBI total to 81. The A's picked up a run in the. first on a triple by Mike Baxes and an infield out ' and added another in the fifth on a walk, an infield out and a double by Bob Cerv. who also collected a pair of singles. KANSAS CITF BOSTON _ · ab r h bi ib r h bl Baxes 2b 3 1 1 0 Stephens cf 4 1 1 1 Herzpc cf 2 1 0 1 Runnels 2b 3 1 2 0 bTuttle el . 2 0 0 0 Williams If 3 0 0 0 4 Q 0 0 dPiersall cf Ward ib Cenr it 4 0 3 1 Malzone" 3b Martyn rf 2 0 1 0 Jensen rf cMaris rf 1 0 0 0 Gernert Ib Chili c 4 0 0 0 Berberet c Car squel 3b 4 0 2 0 Console ss ·Dem'stri ss - 4 0 1 0 Delock D DicJcsou. p 3 0 2 0 aKlaus Daley D o o o 0 Kiely o esmith 1 0 1 0 Totals 36 211 2 Totals a-Stmck out for Delock in Grounded out for Herzojc in 7th; c-Bunted put for Marivn in 8Lh; d-Ran for Williams In 8th: 8 : SiaKlea for Daley in 9th. Kansas city . 100 010 000--% Boston 000 004 Oil--5 E--Daley. PO-A--Kansas City 24-9, Boston 2, 15. DP--Console. Runnels and Gernert: Malzone, Runnels and Gernert. LOg--KwiHis City S, Boston 4. Cerv, Jensen. 3B--Baxes. Console. ' ' IP H R ERBBSO 0 1 0 0 4 1 1 1 4 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 30 5 . 6 4 6th: b- ·*** r : * · «, » **-i , Deiock t CW). ...... 6 HBP-- O 1 *7 3 2 2 20,318- 2 9 2 By Daley (Williams). U-UmonL Honochick. Soar, T~2:18. A-- Durejle Victor DnTKOin9th MONTREAL (AP) -- Rough, tough Yvon Durelle, the fighting fisherman from New Brunswick, retained 'his British Empire light heavyweight, t i t l e Wednesday night when Mike Holt of South Africa was unable 'to answer the bell for the ninth round of the scheduled 12-round fight Holt, who weighed 169 pounds to the Canadian's 173%, said he was -exhausted and unable to continue after sagging in hi s corner after the eighth round. The fight goes into .the 'books as a ninth round technical knockout. It was a free swinging affair for eight rounds with Durelle having Holt on the floor in the third round: The champion himself was in trouble in the fifth as. Holt rallied and carried the attack. s 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 5 1 1 1 5 2 2 4 3 0 0 0 Sievers' Second HR of Game Win For Washington WASHINGTON (AP)^Roy Sievers' second homer of the game, a two-run blast with two out in the ninth inning, climaxed a four- run rally which gave Washington a 7-6 victory over Cleveland Wednesday night. CLEVELAND WASHINGTON «b r h bi ab r h bi 4 0 1 n Flews 2b 4 0 0 n 1 0 1 1 fZauchln 4 1 1 0 rRo'noskr 5 1 1 0 Pearson cf 4 1 1 0 Sievcrs ib 4 0 2 3 Courtney c 4 1 1 0 Lwnon rf 4 0 2 0 Chrisley If 0 I 0 ft Yost 3b 2 0 1 9 Alvarez ss 1 0 0 1 Crisps n 1 3 1 0 Hyde P 2 0 0 0 dFitzGerald J 0 0 0 cRamos 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 M S 125 Total* a--Grounded out for Moran in 7th; Grounded out for Grant In 7th; c--Ran for AvcrilJ in 9th: d--Singled for Hyrif* in 9th: o--Ran for Fits Gerald in 9th: f-Singled for Plows In Slh; c--Ran for Zauchln in 9th. Cleveland ,. 010 00ft 122--* Wnshinrton 003 000 OM--7 E--AveriH, Courtnev, FO-A--Cleveland 26-11. Warfilncrfon 27-16. two out vhen winning run scored. DP--Moran. Power and Vrmon: Mossi and Hunter, LOB-Cleveland C Washington 6, 28--Doby. Colaviio. Pearson, Moran. 3B --Chrisley. Lemon. HR--Sicvers 2. S-Gri ** s ' ir H R ER an so Grant fi 4 3 3 5 «i ** TA ; A *} ^ d T 1 n ^ y.NarIesklVL.'lO-7Vo 1 1 I . 0 o ccs 7 * 4 4 0 1 W* 6-2 . . . . 2 4 2 1 1 2 .. Pitched to two batters in 8th; J-Pitched to one batter In 9th, U--Stevens, Napp, Rlce» RonimeL ,, Minoso If Held If Vemon Ib Poorer 2b Doby cf Colavlto rf NSxon c Averill 3b cHarrell 3b Moran ss aGcleer Hunter 55 Grant bPorter Moss! o 0 0 0 0 n Totals 4 0 3 0 2 J 3 2 2 0 f 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 ] 0 0 0 0 03 7 ft Naum Tops Drivers At Weedsport Track 'Slock car races are booked a t j 7 p.m. Sunday at Weedsport' Speedway and 55 cars will compete. Jack Craner, of Maniius, wen last Sunday's feature. Syracusan Jack Naum is the leading driver with 149 points. 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