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PAGE 26 THE INDIAXAPoilS STAR 1 .THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1948 STRAIGHT STUFF I fly Holt Slranalian Coast Ends Trouble On 'Hot Rods' CIXCE THE "HOT RODS" o ..... are coming to Indianapolis for some racing, the Kunnel thought you might be interested in a little information he picked up on them. The first impressions that they probably were the old slock cars which flopped here so miserably a couple of years xipa -a .,. Tf Ihot ...oc f1,1 ! the case, there simply v a s no use to have any truck with them. That kind of racing was stink-eroo, but good, as far as Indianapolis was concerned, regardless of how it tacks them In elsewhere. One guy got out in front and stayed there. The track wasn't big enough for anything else and pretty soon it began to look like a procession. THESE, APPARENTLY, are the McCoy in the "hot rod" business and not just Fords and Chevvies with the fenders off. They've been "accepted" by Soldiers' Field in Chicago at a buck a throw and the management there paid off a purse of some 55,300, which was 40 per cent of the gate less state and Federal taxes. DAXTEL P. MAXXIX wrote a very Interesting article in Cosmopolitan about the "hot rodders" and the solution to the problem in California, where this kind of racing started. (They do the d ..urn-dest things in California, don't they?) MANXIX'S PIECE told how mechanically minded kids still in their teens were doing tricks with automobile engines such as dual carburetion, high compression heads, and racing cam shafts. .They were driving the state troopers nearly nuts trying to catch them at their special speed "drags" on stretches of highway. All sorts of ruses were pulled by both parties the kids and the police until the South-em California Timing Association finally stepped in with something of a solution. The timing association simply iippealed to the boys' real love of machinery by giving them a place at El Mirage where the "rods" could be run at their 125-mile-an-hour clip against time and not be a trallic menace. This was on a dry lake bed. Now the kids have some place to test their "creations" before the admiring eyes of the girl friend, and the coppers aren't winding up with broken necks trying to catch a jalopy that can swoosh along almost as fast as Mauri Rose on the 500 straightaway. AX INTERESTED observer at the tiret Soldiers' Field show said the bohhy soxers swarmed out into the infield for swooning purposes worse than if Sinatra had been giving out. THE PROGRAM HERE tomorrow night consists of the regulation time trials starting at 6:30, then the first of four 10-lap eliminations beginning at 8:30. There's a six-lap handicap, the 15-lap semifinal and the 25-lap feature. The cars are started in inverted order. The fastest in the back rows. The understanding Is that if the sport "clicks" here, the "rods" will run every other Friday night for the balance of the summer. The Kunnel will have to skip the first one, however. There's a pretty important All-Star game going on at the Coliseum tomorrow night. r-AUTO SEAT COVERS a CmUm-Made for YOUR Car Boitlful Material! to Hannonln With Hour Car Color Mike font Selection Now TROCAR Cover Co. CH. 0370 60 N. Oriental fit. URIA'S BOWLING LANES For the Best in Bowling Pleasure URIA'S SPAGHETTI HOUSE K'H Dooi j For the Best in Italian Food 325 S. NOBLE L. Postponed From Last Saturday Because of Rain ' SAHARA GROTTO RACES - SAT., June 19 GREATEST PROGRAM of MIDGET AUTO RACES IN AMERICA Parade Pageantry Bands Drum and and Bugle Corps Clowns Revelers Drill Team In Full Grotto Regalia A -Hi y -i Jak Johnnon Byron Fischer Indianapolis Chicago IndianapolU Chicago LJagftfiL Chicago Ft. Wayne -J. John David Wins District Meet By Posts Record 213 Over 54-Hole Route With John Cleary2d By AL ROCHE John David of Meridian Hills became a firm believer in the old adage that the third time is the charm yesterday when he posted a record-shattering total of 213 strokes for 54 holes and won the Indianapolis District Golf Association's annual rhampionship tournament at Speedway. Defeated by Clark Espie in a play-off for the title at Highland in 1930, 74 to 76, and turned back by Joe Higgins in another extra-hole engagement at Speedway last year, 71 to 73, "Big John" made up for those disappointments by swinging through the stretch in 69 shots, two under par, to emerge victorious on this occasion by four strokes. DAVID MADE his debut In the 1918 renewal of the event with a 73 at Highland Monday and followed through with a 71 at the Ulen Country Club of Lebanon I Tuesday. When he finished giving Speedway s par a lacing he had eclipsed the district record of 216 which Dale Morey, formerly of Martinsville and now of Indianapolis, established in 1944. Tlje new champ launched his final round with a bogey five, hut picked up the last stroke on No. 5 with a birdie deuce and he was all even at the turn with a 35. On the way home the Meridian Hills star hirdied 12, slipped one over on 15, then birdied 16 and 18 to win going away with a 34. IN CLIMAXING his march through Victory Lane, David used a spoon from the tee on the 468-yard 18th. A five iron carried him across the creek, he chipped up from the edge of the green to within 18 inches of the cup, then tapped In the putt and all he had to do was take it easy while those who would overtake him fell by the wayside, one by one. The victor wound up the 54-hole route two over par. John Cleary of Purdue University and Hartford, Conn., a newcomer to District competition, played smoothly throughout the three - day meet and finished second with a 71 and a pair of 73s for 217. TWO SHOTS farther back was Ralph Jordan of Sarah Shank, who "climbed the ladder" with 71, 73 and 75. Dave Laflin of Lebanon was consistent with 73-72-75220, and fifth place went to Tony Petric of Anderson, who opened with a 71 and added a pair of 75s for 221. Clyde McEntirei of Noblesvilie, the first - day leader with a 70, added 74 and 78 to lie at 222 with Arnold Koehler of Pleasant Run, the seronrt - day pacesetter, who came through with 72, 71 and 79 in his three trips. Fred Wampler of Speedway, 11$ l I Mi I- W xmfm HARE 6ETS HIS MEDAL John Hcft-e Jr. of Indianapolis, freshman member of Purdue University's golf Jeam, is presented the medalist award for the 1948 Western Junior golf tournament by Cameron Eddy, secretary-treasurer of the Western Golf Association. Hare shot a par 71 on the Purdue course Tuesday to win the medal and paced Purdue to the team championship. FULL FIELD of OFFENHAUSERS For Reservations PHONE IR. 6414 Mm mm GESJQSfll I filJiYr jonnny nowni man nmuia ' W III 7 ' CHAMP GETS TROPHY John David receives the Edwin L. Lennox trophy from its donor following his victory in the Indianapolis District golf tournament yesterday. Indiana amateur champion and the writer's pre - tournament choice, knocked himself out of contention on opening day vtlh a 78, after driving all night from Grand Rapids, Mich., but he steadied somewhat thereafter and registered 73-72 for a deadlock at 223 with Bob Schuman of Pleasant Run. The latter had a 75 and two 74s. Final Scores In The District Golf Championship Tourney J. D. Mollcr, Bloomlniton . 85 86 84-555 Ken Miller, Btoomlngton. . 82 78 94-254 Curtla Hush, Bloomlngton. 79 83 81-253 Denny Laflin, Bloumlniton . 79 75 79-2.13 Don Baker, Rlvenlde 78 84 84-246 Marvin Heckman, S. Crove 78 81 81-240 Lowell Pounds, Speedway. . OO 89 87-266 Tom Laflin, Riverside 84 83 84-251 Phil Thompson, Speedway. 100 92 9fl-2fi8 Stan Graves, Coffin 93 82 88-283 Bob Crouch, South Grove.. 75 75 78-228 Wayne Montfort, S. Grove. 86 85 81-252 Ed Hyde. South Grove.... 78 84 81-243 Dr, w. D. Elson, Speedway 7 9 7 5 84-238 Al Casebar, Speedway.... 92 84 80-256 Jim Gatlln, Speedway 90 85 82-257 John Schorn Sarah Shank. 87 89 88-264 Lester Berry, Coffln 80 88 93-261 Denton Carlton, Speedway. 75 78 78-231 Joe Pickett. Pleasant Run. 90 98 84-282 Chet Anderson. Lake Shore 84 81 82-247 Roland Anderson. La. Shore 85 89 86-260 Ralph Lloyd. Lake Shore.. 87 86 86-259 William Dunlran. S. Grove 89 87 82-258 Dick Hume, Pleasant Run. 86 79 93-258 Jahn Hume Jr., Pleas. Run 84 83 88-E55 Fred Holler, Coffin 81 87 89-257 Joe Witt, Lebanon....... 84 82 82-248 Ken Fortor, Hlllcrest 76 81 81-2)8 Chuck Hess. South Grove.. 75 75 77-227 Buck Hatfield, Coffin 75 79 81-235 Dave King. Sarah Shank.. 81 78 79-238 Vtrell Schuyler, Anderson.. 76 79 83-238 Wllllom James. Noblesvilie. 81 92 86-259 Joe Bennett, Nnblesvllle. . . 86 86 82-254 W. W. Peele. Coffln 82 79 82-243 Charles Brockman, Speedwy 8 3 89 84-2 56 Ken Amirk. Speedway.... 82 80 82-2-14 Kdward Ely, Speedway.... 73 74 81-228 Krank Burnett, Speedway.. 78 81 80-239 Charles Boswell, Speedway. 79 81 74-234 Don Olsen, South Grove.. 89 92 89-270 Joe Majcsky, Speedway... 81 83 80-244 Tom GloRoza, Speedway... 78 83 84-245 Henry Tlmbrook. Merld. H. 75 74 77-226 Reese Berry, Coffin.,,... 76 77 76-229 Mike Pollak, Speedway.... 77 73 74-224 Bud Tlmbrook, Columbus.. 78 74 78-228 Tom Tusslnc. C. C, Indpls. 78 80 78-238 Geoiee VanDyke, Mer. H. 83 89 93-265 Don Ellis. Meridian Hills.. 83 81 82-246 John David. Meridian Hills 73 71 89-213 Bruce Fosle, Meridian Hills 90 90 97-277 Dick Stackhouse, Mer. Hills 76 75 73-224 Ralph Quelsser. Mer. Hills 80 79 83-242 Bob White, Highland 80 84 80-244 Mike Pollak of Speedway, Dick Stackhouse of Meridian Hills and Harold Cork of Hill-crest tied for the 10th spot with 224 each. When the curtain descended on the tournament and the sun set on another day, it generally was agreed on all sides that the Edwin L. Lennox trophy had gone to the right guy. Count Rosasco, Highland.. 77 78 78-233 John McCuire, Highland.. 73 78 76-227 Wlllard Shelby, Lebanon.. 74 75 83-232 Dan Cravens, Franklin.... 76 79 76-231 G. Pulliam Jr. C.C. of lnpll 79 77 75-231 Lave Laflin, Lebanon.... 73 72 74-220 Jack Graham, Hillcrest... 89 98 91-278 Joe Frazee, Hlllcrest 91 101 93-285 H. H. Tudor, Hlllcrest.... 89 91 96-216 John Macy, Speedway.... 80 83 86-249 Fred Westfall, Speedway. . 83 83 87-253 Frank Flint, Speedway... 90 85 90-265 Al Flint, Speedway 84 85 88-257 Ray Jones, Meridian Hills. 83 89 88-260 Ray Roberson, Merld. Hills 80 90 86-256 Francis Truitt, Merld. Hills 85 88 86-259 Vera Dlmond, Lafayette... 82 79 79-240 Dr. J. D. Walker, Frankfort 81 84 83-248 MaurUse Rogers, Frankfort 84 86 81-251 William Ehlers, Frankfort. 81 82 84-247 Al Laughner, Frankfort... 89 89 90-268 Dewey Bishop, Speedway.. 92 94 79-265 Bernard Bonn, South Grove 95 89 89-273 Joe Chllders, Pleasant Run 79 84 85-248 Keith Lndarnd, Sarah Shnk 84 84 80-248 Harold Fulton South Grove 79 87 84-250 George Purvis. South Grove 83 94 91-268 Clyde McEntlre, Noblesvilie 70 74 78-222 Bob Meredith, Noblesvilie 84 82 88-254 Fred Wample'. Speedway.. 78 73 72-223 John Cleary. Purdue 71 7 3 73-217 Ed Denarl, Pleasant Run.. 78 89 90-257 Bob Stackhouse, Mer. Hills 82 82 76-240 John Royce Jr., Highland 81 83 79-243 Dick Perk, Broadmoor... 75 72 82-229 Dave Holmes Jr., Franklin 78 75 80-233 Arnold Koehler Pleas. Run 72 71 79-222 Ed Juniper, Pleasant Run 78 78 72-228 Art Hall Pleasant Run.. 77 78 88-243 Lynn Lee. Pleasant Run.. 78 81 73-232 Marvin Shaw, Columbus.. 82 75 76-233 Don W'aterson. Pleas. Run 80 86 82-248 Bill Hanalee. Pleasant Run 82 83 85-250 Bob Rochford. Pleas. Run 80 78 85-243 Maurice May, Riverside.. 81 79 78-238 Doug Crist. Riverside 77 78 75-230 J. Ehrenjiperger, Riverside 80 86 78-244 Ralph Mason, Riverside.. 74 78 88-24 0 Mike Rorson, Anderson... 76 83 73232 Tony Petric, Anderson.... 71 75 75-221 Bob Blake, Anderson 77,77 82-236 T. Stephenson. Crawfordsv. 81 '80 85-246 Bob Hoke. Crawfordsvllle. . 79 78 76233 W. McGauhey. Crawfordsv, 76 87 81-244 Sam O'Neall, Crawfordsville 86 75 80-241 Fred Burnslde, Speedway. . 78 77 78-233 Ellis Brown, Speedway.... 73 81 78232 Walt Chapman. Speedway. 80 78 76-232 Bob Schuman, Pleasant Run 75 74 79-223 A. L. Perkins, C.C. of Inpls 88 83 84-255 John Merkle, C.C. of Indpls 86 84 90-260 George Seidenstlcker, Spdy. 87 88 95-270 James Gloin, Speedway... 93 104 97-294 D. Vanderbloeman. Coffin.. 75 84 78237 Charles Wilson, Pleas. Run 80 82 88-250 Jim Wilson, Pleasant Run. 88 91 88-265 Les Oberlies, Pleasant Run 92 87 90-269 Miller Dean, South Grove. 85 80 88-253 Carl Llnea. Coffln 82 75 88-245 Earl Slier, South Grrve... 86 90 89-265 Jack Keesllng, Indian Lake 79 83 84-246 Von Goodwin, Coffin 83 82 89-254 Russel Thomas, Coffin.... 81 80 88-249 Dick Teagarden, In. Lake 79 89 87-255 Harry Schornsrein. P. Run. 81 82 81-244 Bob Armstrong, Pleas. Run 85 84 90-259 Len Carroll, Pleasant Run 78 87 89-254 Charles Klllion. Pleas. Run 79 78 82-239 Guy Davis, Lebanon 80 85 81246 Calvin Lennox, Lebanon.. 84 85 83-252 Joe lacobelll, Lebanon... 82 84 83-249 Phil Adler. Lebanon.... 83 81 82-246 Doyle Pierce, Lebanon... 83 85 84-252 C. D. Parr, Lebanon.... 82 84 86-252 Paul Green. Lebanon.... 82 80 87-249 Geo. Dougherty. Ike Shre 78 80 83-241 Ralph Helnlein Coffin.. 75 77 81-233 Wendell Kare. Speedway. 93 98 91-282 Don West, Speedway.... 85 84 86-255 Dr. Harry Leer. Highland. 74 74 79-227 Gil Gerald, Highland 82 85 94-261 Bud Edwards, C C. of Indpls. 84 79 83-246 I. Cummings, Meridian Hills 76 77 76-229 Ad Coddlngton. Highland.. 80 78 74-230 John Wolf, Highland 77 80 84-241 Jack Leer, Highland 72 80 75-227 Frank Parrlsh, Hlllcrest... 82 78 80-240 Harold Cork. Hlllcrest.... 74 75 75-224 Bill Lilly. Hlllcrest 79 84 90-253 Tom Connelly, Pleas. Run. 82 81 84-247 Clark Espie, Hlllcrest.... 76 80 79-235 Charles Brauehton. Hghlnd 77 86 88251 John Harrington. Mer. Hlls 77 80 79-236 Cliff Wagoner, Speedway.. 79 85 78-242 E. Fennimore. Kokomo... 80 73 81-234 Jim Young, Kokomo 77 82 85244 Dr. B. W. Brant, Kokomo 81 80 81-24 2 Bob Hobbs, Martinsville;. 81 80 87-248 Dr. G. P. Silver, Speedway 80 78 82-238 Ollle Holllngsworth. Coffin 75 78 75-226 Bob Duncan, Sarah Shank 78 84 80-242 Chet Baker. Coffin 73 82 84-239 Ralph Jordan. Sarah Shank 71 73 75-219 R. Brezausek, Sarah Shank 75 80 81-236 Rl'.s Rarlc- Sarh Shank 71 78 8n-?1Q Mitchell PeterchefT. S. Snk. 81 83 82-246 Bob Trlbnett. Lebanon.... 83 77 79-239 H. Cunningham. Lebanon. 81 75 82238 Bob Ludlow, Coffin 74 78 74-226 I. ou Alexander, Speedway.. 92 91 83-266 John Marshall, Speedway.. 80 84 82-246 Maurice Stone, Sar. Shank 79 77 77-233 George Beeson, Sar. Shank 76 85 78-239 John Urquhart, Speedway. 72 79 81-232 Carl Peterche4. Speedway. 83 81 78-242 John Banleh, Speedway.. 84 87 83-254 Dick Boswell, Coffln 83 81 82-246 Cloicns, Memphis Club Play Here Tonight The Indianapolis Clowns will try to keep their win streak going when they face the Memphis Red Sox at Victory Field tonight at 8:30 o'clock. Andy Porter, lanky right-hander who pitched a victory over Memphis here Sunday in his dehut, will oppose Ver-del Mathis, Red Sox "southpaw ace. Horseshoe Results John i. Madden blanked Team No. 19 by 3-0 for the top triumph In Indianapolis Industrial Horseshoe Pitchers' Association at Hrooltsrae Park last nlchl. Other results: XYC 2. P. R- Mallnrr 1, and Monarch Steel 2, F. A. Wilhelm Construction 1. "WALLEYE SPECIAL" DEEP-R-DOODLE 4 fln decp-rynnlnr tot II link- trj Kfti down and probe the middle Ofptni ror mi dii,. , mm. Etther .roll or rmst. Wrifhti H ot., made f pUttie and obtainable In a wide variety of fish catchlnf colors. Available at all Iradlnt iportfn foodf ttortf. If your 6alrr won't supply, srder direct aod shipments will be snade promptly-! 1.25 each postpaid-Made by WOOD MANUFACTURING COMPANY "MAKERS OF THE WOULD rAMOf DirST DOODLE" El Dorado Arkansas Hare, 3 Purdue Golfers Trip Western Foes Lafayette, Ind., June 16 (Spl.) Purdue's entries, following up their team title performance In yesterday's qualifying round, continued to dominate play today in the first two match play rounds of the 31st junior championship conducted hy the Western. Golf Association with four Boilermakers advancing to tomorrow's quarterfinals over their home couie. Only one of the five-man Eoilermaker team entry fell hy the wayside today, Bob Buchanan, southpaw freshman from Indianapolis, being eliminated by teammate Jack Hesler of Crawfordsville, 1-up in the day's best golf battle. Hesler carded a 74 in defeating Buchanan, defending national left-handed champion, who had a medal 75 in a nip-and-luck match that ended on the 18th green. THE FOUR surviving Boilermakers who will carry Hoosier hopes of winning the first Western Junior title since John Simpson turned the trick back in 1916 are John Hare Jr., freshman from Indianapolis, the medalist; Dwight Marsee, of Mishawaka, and Hesler, both sophomore varsity players and Gene Coulter, freshman from Richmond. First Round (tene Coulter, Richmond, defeated Andrew Komarchuk, Chicago, 8 and 7; Thomas Bveech. Milwaukee, defeated Peter Anderson, Rockford, III.. 3 and 2: John Hare, Indianapolis, defeated Ferdinand Hubert, Pekln, 111., 3 and 2; Roger Kessler, Ann Arbor, Mich., defeated Gordon DeWltte, Kalamazoo, Mich., 5 and 3; Robert Olson, Crosse Polnte, Mich., defeated Bill Haak, Madison, Wis., 6 and 5: Dwight Marsee, Mishawaka, Ind., defeated Douglas Campbell, Madison, Wis.. 7 to 6; Earl Lift, Chicago, defeated Russell Johnson. Rockford, 111., 4 and 3: Emil Scodeller, Pekln, III., defeated Thomas Simon, Toledo. O., 3 and 3; Robert Braff, Duluth, Minn., defeated Harold Knuth, Racine, Wis., S and 4; Rodney Fletcher, Champaign, III., defeated James Hoefer, Chicago, 4 and 3: Jack Hesler, Crawfordsville, Ind., defeated Donald Net-son, Huntington Woods, Mich., 1 up: Norman Dunlap, Terre Haute, Ind., defeated James Pollock, Westervllle, O.. 1 up; Rob' ert Buchanan. Indianapolis, defeated Elton Herrlck, Park Ridge, 111., 1 up: John Mehr, Milwaukee, defeated Donald Peat, Webster Groves. Mo., 1 up: Dean Lind, Rockford, 111., defeated Howard Slocum, Ann Arbor, Mich., 5 and 3; Robert Dombrowskl, Nlles, III., defeated Reginald Myles, East Lansing, Mich., 4 and 3. Second Round Kessler defeated Veech, 3 and 1: Coulter defeated Lift, 3 and 2: Hare defeated Robert Brass, 4 and 3: Olsen defeated Dunlap, 2 and 3 Marsee defeated Scodeller, 4 and 2: Hesler defeated Buchanan, 1-up: browskl defeated -Fletcher, 3 and 2; defeated Mehr, 1-up. Dom- Ltnd The Scoreboard League Standings Americas Association Won Lost Prt. INDIANAPOLIS ... 43 22 .662 Milwauke ..37 22 .627 . St. Paul 36 26 .5l Columbus 32. 2t .520 Minneapolis 2 32 .475 Kansas City ZH 35 .417 Toledo 26 39 .400 Louisvill 21 44 .323 AMERICAN LEAOl'E Won Lost Pet. Cleveland 31 16 .660 Philadelphia 31 22 .585 New York 20 22 .569 Detroit 28 25 .528 Boston 24 26 .480 Washington 24 20 .453 St. Louis 20 20 .408 Chicaro 14 31 .311 GB S 5'i 9 12 !5'a 17 22 GB 's 4 6 8I. 10 12 . 16 . NATIONAL LEAGl'E Won Lost Pet. Plttshureh 28 22 .560 Boston 28 22 .560 St. Louis 27 23 .540 New York 27 23 .540 Philadelphia 26 2A .500 Brooklyn 23 25 .479 Cincinnati 23 30 .434 Chicaio 20 31 .3U2 1 1 3 4 614 8'.i V Yesterday's Results AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 6, St. Paul 3. Milwaukee 7, Toledo 1. (Only games played.) AMERICAN LEAGl'E Boston 7, Cleveland 4. New York 3, Chicaeo 1. Detroit 2, Philadelphia 1. St. Louis 6, Washington 5. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chlraro 8, Boston 5. I'ittshursh 11. New York 5. Brooklyn 4, Cincinnati 3. St. Louis at Philadelphia (rain). INTERNATIONAL LEAGl'E Montreal 5, Jersey City 2. Syracuse 1, Toronto 0 (12 Innings). Rochester at Baltimore (rain). Buffalo 5, Newark 4. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Nashville 2, Mobile 1. New Orleans 13, Chattanooga 5. Birmingham 5, Little Rock 4. Atlanta 11, Memphis 4. Today's Schedule AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Todelo at Milwaukee (night). Louisville at Columbus (night). Minneapolis at St. Paul (night). Only games scheduled. AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia a) Detroit. Boston at Cleveland. Washington at St. Louis (night). Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGl'E Chicago at Boston (2). Cincinnati a Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at New York. St. Louis at Philadelphia (night). LOG CABIN (Alr-Conditloned) KEYSTONE AT 88TH GOOD FOOD SOFT MUSIC Eieellent Mixed Drinks Beer Wine Liquor RI. 2837 WA. 0085 i to 0 BERIEB ! ACTUAL 61ZB Stars End Heavy Drills; Speed, Deception Tops' By BOB OVERAKER Indiana's young hardwood campaigners yesterday closed out the heavy end of their workouts for the clash with Kentucky in The Star's eighth annual All-Star basketball game at the Coliseum tomorrow night.. The All-Stars cut loose with the most dazzling display of scoring power, speed and deception since the start of their double-barreled daily drills. 1 Keeping the starting five intact in both the morning and afternoon scrimmages, .the "varsity" chopped up the "hamburgers" by the combined count of 113 to 54. A breakdown on the Indians Home For Respite, Lead By Three By MAX GREENWALD Members of the Indianapolis baseball squad returned home yesterday afternoon for a three-day respite from the American Association diamond wars. It won't be all holiday, however, as Manager Al Lopez has ordered a workout, probably of two hours, for this afternoon at Victory Field just for conditioning purposes. The Indians, in first place by only three games, then will leave tomorrow night to resume the road tour, interrupted by postponement of two games at Kansas City. COLUMBUS WILL be the first stop with three games scheduled. There will be a single tilt Saturday afternoon and a double-header Sunday. The Red Birds have been victims of the Tribe five times and have triumphed only twice in the contests played thus far. Indianapolis then will move on to Toledo for night games Monday and Tuesday nights. The Redskins' record against the Hens also is five victories and two losses. With the Western portion of the tour completed, the Indians have posted five conquests while losing four games. They won one engagement from Milwaukee, the league runner-up, after dropping two in a row. The Tribe then swept a two-game series at Minneapolis and broke even In four tilts with St. Paul, the third-place club. V FOR THE ENTIRE campaign, the Indians have been victorious 17 times on the road, while losing 14 of the away-from-home affairs. In comparison, the Brewers have won only 15 tilts on foreign fields while dropping 16 and the Apostles have posted 14 road triumphs and failed in 20 such tests. The Tribe has a 26-7 record at Victory Field and will resume home action next Wednesday against Its closest rival, the Brewers. what or dentist X r about summer discomfort! 3 eajcp 1 ..Ail NOW FROST-AIR CO., INC. 838 N. DELAWARE LI. 1425 INDIANAPOLIS 2, IND. Four Strokes Vrn VAv ipiliiliisgfti scoring was 62 to 25 in the morning and 51 to 29 in the afternoon. AS AN INSIGHT into the "varsity" scoring power, those 62 points yesterday morning were amassed in 20 minutes and the 51 rolled up in the afternoon were scored in 25 minutes. Relative to their speed and de- Tickets Still On Sale Reserved seat tickets for the 1948 All-Star game will be on sale at The Star's business office, 301 North Pennsylvania Street, during- regular business hours' today and tomorrow. The tickets are priced at $1.20 each including federal tax. ception, you have the word of All-Star Coach Glenn M. Curtis that the "varsity" was tops in both departments in the closing workouts. Individual performances yesterday were gratifying, too. Coach Curtiss singled out the play of Anderson's Dick Peck, Indianapolis Washington's Bill Niemann and Muncie Central's Bob Newton on the reserves. Peck's drivlng-in scoring, Niemann's im p r o v e d jump shot and Newton's all-around floor play caught the fancy of Curtis. Clyde Lovellette, the 6 foot, 10' inch skyscraper from Terre Haute Garfield, was the scoring standout for the regulars. He was rolling them in from the short pivot, dropping In 11 field goals in the morning. LAWREXCEBURG'S Bill Tib-betts and Captain Gene South-wood of Evansville Central were offensive standouts for the regulars yesterday afternoon, scoring via the rebound department. Today will find both the Kentucky and Indiana squads limbering up at the Coliseum. Coach Ed Diddle and his Blue Grass sharpshooters are scheduled to arrive early this afternoon. The Hoosiers attended the Lyric Theater last night as guests of Manager Frank Paul. Tennis Clinic Sunday Billed At Fall Creek The Central Indiana Tennis Association, In co-operation with the Department of Public Parks and Recreation, will hold its second tennis clinic of the year Sunday for boys, girls and juniors at Fall Creek, 30th and College. Julius Sagalowsky, chairman of the Junior Development Committee, will give instructions starting at 2 o'clock. The association also will furnish tennis balls free of charge. All players are invited to participate. i IlELSON'S JEWELRY, INC. S3 N. FENN. DIAMONDS ' Opposite WATCHES Lorw't SILVKEWABE Theater every doctog should know When hot, summer days make patients irritable, it's neither smart nor profitable to do nothing about it. You can't feel your best, do your best, nor give best advice. Plan now for cool comfort this summer. It's easy . . . it's in expensive. A Torkaire Koom Conditioner con be installed without fuss, bother or alterations of any kind. Your patients will be grateful for comfort- able conditions during consultations and oppointmenfs. FOR SUMMER COMfORT-CAU US JODAt MIGHTY MEN, TOO The Indiana All-Stars had an opportunity yesterday to meet Ham Fisher, famous cartoonist and the "father" of . Joe Paloolca as he stopped ; here en route to Bedford. Fisher, who drew the boys pictures of prodigious Humphrey Pennyworth and Knobby Walsh, agreed that the Hoosief basketball players "were ' mighty big f el ' lows- themselves." " .w. . .;: I - MissAHOT mvj RACE FOR

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