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Sufidpy, July 4, 1048 THE CINCIXXATI ENQUIRER Meh reus Beats Gonzales In Tristate Tennis Upset JUNIOR CHAMP Routs Coast Ace To Earn Title Match With Dorfman. Latter Is Triumphant Over , Romanian Miss Head Faces Miss Lewis. The Tristate Tennis "Tourna ment Of Upsets" produced one of the biggest of local history yesterday when "Pancho" Gonzales, Lbs Angeles' candidate for the national title, was beaten for the first time this year as Buddy Behrens of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., took . him in a blistering five-set semifinal match at the Cincinnati Tennis. Club, The defeat of the sensational coast slugger, who had won 25 consecutive matches this year after a startling rise to fame in 1947, left almost unnoticed the fine play of Irvin Dorfman, New York, who ousted Romanian Vint Rurac in the other semifinal. Behrens won by scores of 63, 26, 60, 2 6, 6 2. Dorfman won by 4 6, 6 1, 61, 63. Behrens and Dorfman will clash for the men's title at 3 o'clock this Afternoon. Miss Dorothy Head, Ala meda, Calif., and Miss Baba Lewis, Tulsa, Okla., No. 1 and 2 seeded women, respectively, will meet at 2 p. m. for the feminine title. Miss Head put out Miss Margaret Var- ner, El Paso, Tex., 6 4, 60, in one of yesterday's semifinals and Miss iewis eliminated Magda Charlottesville, Va., July 3 (AP) Rurac of Romania, 64, 62, in Gilbart Bogley of the Landon the other. , School, Washington, outsteadied FAR DOWN LIST. Tony Trabert in a vicious five-set Although Behrens is national battle'' to win the National Inter-Junior champion, he ranks only 29 scholastic Tennis Singles champion- in men's singles. The plucky young- uele luuay- eter was eiven little rhanrn of mih- Bogley then teamed with. Jack duing Gonzales, whom many are Yate to capture the tournament touting as the successor to Jack dubles crown. Kramer. But the Florida youth Bogley came back after dropping showed Gonzales a blastintr fore- lhe. 1 irst set to Trabert, Ohio, scho hand and he became a veritable lastic champion from Walnut Hills stonewall in the crucial fifth set H16n kcnool, Cincinnati, In the as he sent everything back that his sinSles final. Content to work in top-seeded opponent tried. the back court during the early The ' first two sets were divided staSs oi the match, he moved up with flashes of brilliant tennis on toward the finish to gain impor- ach side but the crowd paid small tant Points with smashes from the attention to Behrens' 60 win in the third as Gonzales- carelessly Set scores were 57, 63, 61, had tossed off sets throughout and 6 8. & seemingly could call on his bril- Trabert was unable to. bring his . Jiant ground strokes and terrific powerful backhand game under ; service any time he needed points, control, frequently driving outside . tie seemed to prove this beyond or. netting snois. cut ne steaaiea ' doubt as he blew the chunky junior to come from behind and win the , star off the court irt the fourth set iourtn set, ana neia a two-game . with an array of shots that had the advantage early in the final set Crowd gasping. oetore JSogley came bacK to win After battling to 2-all in the fifth set, the California lad started swarming to net to finish, off his upstart rival. But Behrens did not crack and proceeded to play such .ales's game which faltered. First Af8 TO LeaVC TOClay ha beean misslnir backhand vnllevs and the moment Behrens sensed ''M.i.i Clty To Compete In fi 2 the Rollins College, Fia., lad Olympic Trials Which Open . SET wuh "the o "on on There Next Friday. ' point - Dorfman. former Tale star and Coach Paul Hartlaub and seven one of the two best players in the members of the Cincinnati Coca-East, played brilliantly as his ma- Co,a swImming team leave for De- pletely discouraged. The Rumanian trolt this afternoon to compete in took the first set with his hard the Olympic swim trials scheduled first service and fine ground m the Motor City July 8 through 11, StroKes out uraman .impiy too. Makinjr the trip are Dick Th0 him apart after that. Dorfman's . . . , . precision volleying caught Rurac a. Stickney, Bob Reid, Paul time after time, and he was equally Johnson, Don Shafer, Jim Strong helpless to trade shots with the ana jack Ryan. Shafer and Strong, Sieaay easterner in o cuuiu both dlvers and Ryan free.style MISS HEAD wiK-HJi-K. paddler, are from Ohio State Miss Head continued her hard, Stickney and Paul Johnson swam forehand, stroking to down Miss with the University of Cincinnati Varner, who on Friday eliminated squad last year, while Reid is a defending women's champion, Betty student at Williams University Rosenquest, South Orange, N. J. and , Thoman, former Walnut Hills The Texan gamely fought back ace, attends Andover Academy in the first set but after that she Massachusetts, was too tired frorA chasing Miss Fourteen of the swimmers at Head's drives to offer much op- Detroit will be chosen to compote position in the second set. in the Olympics at London. They In facing Miss Lewis, Mrs. Magda leave for England July 14. Rurac simply had the misiortune to meet one of the steadiest baseline experts ever to play in a woman's tourney in Cincinnati. . The doubles finals today will pit some crashing hitters as Dorfman and Gonzales pair off against Behr- f: , J V? Vv S'$ DISCUSS PLANS FOR GAME. Edward Gottmer, left, President of the Knights of Columbus League, and John W. Barrett, Vice Chairman of the Hamilton County Masonic League, go over plans for the annual KC-Masonic all-star game, to be played Friday night, July 23, at Deer Creek No. 6, for the benefit of the General Protes tant Orphan Home and the St. Joseph Orphanage. Gottmer is chairman of the joint committee for the event and Bar rett is. vice chairman. Bogley Downs Trabert In Five-Set Encounter Twice Bogley was separated from the championship by only a single point in the fourth set, but Trabert held on to take it, 8 6, and push Bogley the full distance before the No. 2 seeded player could win. Trabert, who was seeded third in the draw, had defeated top-ranked George Gentry, of La Jolla, Calif., High School, to enter the finals. Bogley posted his semifinals win over Ernest DuBray of Lowell High Schoool, San Francisco, seed ed fourth. Bogley and teammate Jack Yates needed four sets to win the tourna ment doubles crown, dropping Dick Squires and Gilmore Rothrock, of Hill School, Pottstown, Pa., 63, 36, 64, 6 3 in a twilight finale. Landon School finished far ahead in team championship competition, with six points. Walnut Hills High School and the ' Hill School tied for second with two points each. Winners of one point apiece were Lowell High School, La Jolla High School, Exeter Academy, and Male High School of Louisville, Ky. SINGLES QUEEN Of U. S. Is Winner Of All - England Tide At Wimbledon. - COLA MERMEN Net Site Chosen South Bend, Ind., July 3 (AP) The Western Junior and Boys' Tennis Tournament will be on the Notre Dame Courts July 26-31, Walter M. Langford, Irish tennis coach, announced today. The tournament, sponsored by The Western Lawn Tennis Association, is being held at Notre Dame for the second consecutive year. Langford will serve as tourney manager. Louise Brough Also Shares In Two Others Brown-Mulloy Beaten. London, July 3 (AP) Led by Louise Brough, America's women tennis stars joined Australia's men in sweeping four Wimbledon championships today as the famous Fortnight, dating back from 1877, came to a close. Miss Brough was a busy girl. Already American singles champion, she added the all-England title to her collection by beating Doris Hart of Miami, Fla., 63, 86, in a hard-fought final, and lent a brilliant hand in winning both the women's doubles and mixed doubles. The blonde from Beverly Hills, Calif., thus became the first woman to capture all three Wimbledon titles open to her since Alice Marble swung the "hat trick" as the British term it in 1939. Rules being what they are, Louise had to sit impatiently by during the final of the men's doubles an incredible affair in which the Australians, John Bromwich and Frank Sedgman, triumphed over Gardnar Mulloy of Miami and Tom Brown of San Francisco, 15 7, 7 5, 75, 97. Miss Brough and her long-time partner, Mrs. Margaret Osborne duPont of Wilmington, Del., won the women's doubles by trimming the defending champions, Miss Hart and Mrs. Patricia Canning Todd of La Jolla, Calif., 63, 36, 63. Then partnered by Bromwich. Louise topped off a big day by beating Miss Hart and Sedgman in the mixed doubles, 6 2, 3 6, 6 3. The men's doubles was an ab solute dilly. Mulloy and Brown flatly refused to win it, though they had every chance. The Australians finally accepted the silver tray, which was handed to them in the Royal Box by the Duchess of Kent, while Mulloy stood by looking as though he wanted to cut his throat. The two Americans leds 5 2 in the third set, and still managed to lose it. But that wasn't the half of it. They led again 53 in the fourth set and lost six points to give the Aussies a life. Again they led at 7 6 and won the first three points against young Sedgman's service in the fifth set. They lost the next five points as fast as they could slam the ball into the net.. Two games later they wandered dazedly off the center court. LEAD BOOSTED By Bucs' Gustine Over Pafko For Third' Base Assignment. Voting To Select Starting Lineups For Star Fray To Close Monday. Chicago, July 3 (AP) Frankle Gustine of the Pittsburgh Pirates boosted his lead to 11,432 votes over Chicago's Andy Pafko today in the close race for the National League third base assignment in the All-Star baseball game at St. Louis July 13. Fans throughout the country have poured in 861,648 votes for the Bucs' veteran. Pafko has 850,-216. Bob Elliott of the Boston Braves, the National League's most valuable player last year, Is third with 795,022. The poll to select the starting American and National League teams for the 15th annual classic closes at midnight Monday. A rec ord-breaking total of 3,472,498 votes have been cast so far. In another close National League race, Second Baseman Red Schoen- dienst of the St. Louis' Cardinals maintained an edge over Ed Stanky of the Braves. The fans also have developed hot contests at shortstop, where Harold (Pee Wee) Reese of Brooklyn leads Marty Marion of the Cardinals, and at the catching post, where Walter Cooper of the New York Giants tops Phil Masi of the Braves. Ted Williams, Boston Red Sox's batting sensation, keeps the honor as leading individual vote-getter with a total of 1,263,827, Stan Musial of the Cardinals is second with 1,252,403. The two leaders in each league: Bob Harris Victor In Collegiate Finals Palo Alto, Calif., July 3 (AP) atocKy Bobby Harris of San Jose State won the 1948 National Col legiate Golf championship today by defeated Ed Hopkins Jr. of the University of Texas one up in the 36-hole final at Stanford. Hopkins fought an uphill battle to square the match on the 35th hole after being six down at the halfway mark. He blew his chances on last green, when me missed a 10-foot putt and took a one over par five. Harris, who had his iron shot to within 35 feet of the pin, went down in two putts for the victory. The Texan, with most of the gallery of 300 fans pulling for him, pushed his drive into the rough on the 36th hole. His second landed in a trap below the green and he blasted out to leave himself the 10-foot putt which he missed. ONE MORE FOR KRAMER. Buenos Aires, July 3 (AP) Jack Kramer, world professional tennis champion, handed another defeat to his oft-thrashed chief competitor, Bobby Riggs, 62, 36, 62, in an exhibition today. In another singles match of the touring professional quartet, Dinny Pails of Australia defeated Pancho Se-guar of Ecuador, 6 4, 64. MEET PLANNED For Softball Teams. Winners Of Local Play-Offs To Cleveland Nationals At . Oklahoma City. Greater Cincinnati's Softball teams are invited to enter in a tourney which will determine representa tives of this section in a regional meet at Cleveland, and perhaps in the National Softball Congress playoffs at Oklahoma City, Okla., in September. The newly created Cincinnati Mu nicipal Softball Advisory Council has planned the tournament here with games to be played on various fields. The tourney will be staged tor both men's and women's teams, slow pitch and fast pitch. The event will be conducted under auspices of the new council and will have the sanction of the National Softball Congress. Winners of the play-offs here next month will go to Ceveland for the regionals early in September. Regional winners move to Oklahoma City later in the month. Entries for local play are being received by Elmer Gerwin, supervisor of Municipal Athletics, Cincinnati, who has been appointed High Commissioner of Softball in the Greater Cincinnati area by the) National Softball Congress. Ger-win may be contacted at the Cincinnati Public Recreation Commission, Room 114, City Hall, for information regarding the local playoffs and entry blanks. Midnight Thursday, July 22, is the dead line for enrollment of local teams. . Closing ' Tnninhtl ffii ReconditioningV Hotel Gibson A I Bowling Lanes -J V re-open ffit on or about oSi August 15 JJt Softball Notes OHIO VALLEY INDUSTRIAL SOFTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS. CIVIC GROUP. T.inu Wnn T.ot Wet ens and Gardner Lamed, former Tresier oils 8 o 1.000 national intercollegiate champion SVa ."""i:::::::: 5 who was unset in yesterday's men's Cincinnati Ventilating 5 singles semifinals. The two teams were seeded No. 1 and 2 respeo tievly. Dorfman and Gonzales smashed out Ricardo B a 1 b I e r s, Chilean champ, and Tom Molloy, New Orleans, 63, 75 in yester day's semifinal. Behrens and turned beat Rurac and George Pero, whose volleying was the best Of the day, at 75, 64. BEAT SAUL-CLARK. Earlier in the day Behrens and Larned beat Arnold Saul and Straight Clark of University , of Southern California, 75, 63, in the quarters. Dorfman and Gon zales beat the Tampa . pair of Claude Luke and Calhoun Dickson, 6 2, 4 6, 6 2. Pero and Rurac .had ousted the Big Ten champs, Andy Paton and Bill Kikulich, 63, '6 3, and Balbiers and Malloy had defeated the Canton, Ohio, duo of Harper Ink and Dick McFarland, 7 5,62. The women's doubles title was decided yesterday with the No. 1 team, Miss Head and Mrs. Rurac, beating Misses Rosenquest and .Varner, 36, 6 4, 62. The victors had beaten Rosemary Buck, Dallas, Tex., and Marta Barnett, Miami, Fla., 6 3, 6 3, In the semifinals. The Varner-Rosenquest team had won from Miss Lewis and Nancy Pearce, St Louis, 60, '46, 62. ' Today's schedule: t P. M. Women's Singles Final. Miss Dorothy Head, Alameda, Calif., vs. Miss Baba Lewis, Tulsa, Oklahoma. 3 P. M. Men's Singles Final. Irvin Dorfman, New York City, vs. Buddy Behrens, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Z 4:30 P. M. Men's Doubles Final. " Richard Gonzales-Irvin Dorfman Vs. Buddy Behrens-Gardner Larned. Schalble Swivel Chairs 4 Valley Vikings 4 Schalble Hot Rocks 2 T. J. Conner 0 CENTRAL GROUP. General Electric Supply 8 Columbia Records 8 Lemmel Engineers 6 Schenley Distillers 6 Flcks Reed 4 Cincinnati Mine Machinery... 4 Queen City Chevrolet 3 William T. Johnson 1 EASTERN GROUP. Merrell Chemical 8 Gruen Watch 8 , United Garment Workers 6 Ohio National Lite 6 Ditto Press, Inc 4 Nutone, Inc 4 WLW Studio 1 U. S. Electrical Tool 1 WESTERN GROUP. Central Carton 7 Local 1081 7 MacGregor-Goldsmith 5 . o. p s Fashion Frocks 5 Local 1861 .' 3 Lodge & Shipley 4 Dayton Acme 3 COMMERCIAL GROUP. I. A. M. 1914 9 Westerman Prlntlne 7 F. D. Lawrence Electric S Ryerson Steel 4 MCAlDln's 4 D. T. Williams 3 Rich Pjrrm & Ladder 2 U. S. Drill Head 2 .750 .625 .500 .500 .400 .250 .000 .800 .800 .600 .600 .400 .400 .300 .100 .800 .800 .600 .600 .400 .400 .125 .125 .700 .700 . .625 .500 .455 .375 .364 .300 1.000 .778 .550 .444 .444 .33? .222 .222 Levlne Swingers vs. Isralsky Sklpoers at Wal nut Hills No. 5; Castellt Pilots vs. Sirkln onarKS, Bona Hill. American League Oscherwltz dinners vs. Mallender Seals at Jewish Center No. 2; Fel- son Mericos vs. Cohen Archers at Jewish Center No. 3: Schwartz Marines vs. Berg Bombers, Corry No. 1: Dessauer Sluggers vs. Raboll Tigers, Corry No. 2. NIEMAN HITS NO. 13. Muncie, Ind., July 3 (Special) Catcher Bob Nieman of Muncie hit his 13th homer tonight, but it was of little use as Richmond defeated the Cincinnati farm club, 10-3, in an Ohio-Indiana League game. Nieman, a former Cincinnati high school star, is leadinpr the league in batting with a mark of .394. Ezzard Is Spectator As Louis Plays Golf Cleveland, July 3 (UP) Joe Louis today fired a 77 in the qualifying round of the City Golf Association's National Invitational Tournament at the Senaca Golf Club here. The Brown Bomber's 37-40 card assured him a place in the 54-hole competition which will be played tomorrow and Monday. Louis, with Welterweight Champ Sugar Ray Robinson, made the tournament a spectacle of ruling boxers turned golfers. Robinson who has played little golf recently wore two blisters on one hand in a practice round yesterday, and scored an even 100 today. Ezzard Charles of Cincinnati toured the course as a spectator. A newcomer to the links game, he was scheduled to compete but decided to withdraw. Louis, queried by reporters on j his future plans, said that "For a : while I'm just going to play golf j and look around." NATIONAL LEAGUE. First Base: Mize, New York 862,783: Waitkus, Chicago, 821,646. Second Base: Schoendienst, St. Louis, 913,556; Stanky, Boston, 909,419. Third Base: Gustine, Pittsburgh, 861.648: Pafko, Chicago, 850.216. Shortstop: Reese, Brooklyn, 919,- 152: Marion, St. Louis, 892,031. Left Field: Musial, St. Louis, 1,252,403; Kiner, Pittsburgh, 794,957. Center Field: Ashburn, Philadelphia, 931,588; Thomson, New York, 858,429. Right Field: Slaughter, St. Louis, 927,398; Holmes, Boston, 894,205. Catchers: Cooper, New York, 933,418; Masi, Boston, 929,564. AMERICAN LEAGUE. First Base: McQuinn, New York, 931,437; Vernon, Washington, 892,612. Second Base: J. Gordon, Cleveland, 929,542; Doerr, Boston, 874,963. Third Base: Kell, Detroit, 953,962; Keltner, Cleveland, 901,256. Shortstop: Boudreau, Cleveland, 1,218,322; Stephens, Boston, 947,503. Left Field: Williams, Boston, 1,263,827; Lindwell, New York, 861,338. Center Field: J. DiMaggio, New York, 1,248,647; Evers, Detroit, 772,346. Right Field: Mullin, Detroit, 932,084; Henrich, New York, 849,29.1. Catchers: Tibbetts, Boston, 898,- 116; Berra, New York, 828,449. CAN YOU PUT A PRICE TAG ON THE VALUE OF YOUR LIVES? Do You Know That Accidents Due to BLOWOUTS Are THREE TIM AS DEADLY As Other Automobile Accidents? till END BLOWOUT HAZARDS! YOUNG MAN OR WOMAN Exceptional opportunity in connection with the sales and promotion of a nationally sold retail product.. To assist or take complete charge of mailings, advertising, lay-outs, etc. Advertising and art experience desirable. Box R 465, The Enquirer. 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Baumerlng Nite Club 6 0 1.000 Bufler & Parr Construction... 4 1 .800 St. Bernard Eagles 3 4 .429 saaen r. uaie z 4 .333 Roger Bacon Alumni 2 5 .2 86 Electrical Workers Local 212.. 2 5 .286 Two games are billed as thp Metal Trades League plays its wth week Tuesday at St. Bernard City Field. The league - leading rrocrer & camDle team meets Harrv's Men s Wear at 8 p. m., with French Villa tangling wun jonn h. wooaoury an nour later. LEAGUE STANDINGS. Clubs. Won. Lost. Pet. Procter & Gamble 4 1 .800 Formica Co 3 1 .7 50 French Villa 2 2 .500 Harry's Men's Wear 2 3 .400 American Steel Foundry 2 3 .400 John H. Woodbury 1 4 200 Today'i Jewish Center Softball Schedule: National League Zlmov Hornets vs. Rubin Braves at Neyes Field; Friedman BearuU vs. Petrleoff Gophers it walnut Hllli No. S; jfZsM) fcl- TELEVISION See and hear International News Service Films televised every Thursday night, 9:00 to 9:20, over WLWT, sponsored by the Hudepohl Brewing Company. DOWNS BROADCASTS Hudepohl Is sponsoring the Television and Broadcasting of the Feature Races at River Downs between 4:30 and 5:00 every day. WCKY will broadcast every Feature Race to August 7th and WLWT will televise the Feature Race on July 5-7-9-12-14-17-21-28-28-30; August 2-4-6-7. Don't miss these thrilling broadcasts sponsored e-elusively by Hudepohl. PURE GRAIN BEER THE HUPPPOHl SKEWING CO. CINCINNATI 10 OHIO

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