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SPORTS THE COURIERJOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1939. SPORTS SECTION 4 Burning Star Wins Ben Ali Handicap Before Keeneland's Largest Crowd .. ....... i....'.y s-,i'IWTT-f wV.WV'.',,W-Vff.-WO.-:,WW(W.'W ; ' , o ii l aniioni mill "in'iiimifflT mmiIiii lllMMMawmii iwii ii' in wwm HHII ' MWIIIiMIi WiW Wll nil HIMiIM Il mill Hill II Mi I ! Willi II ill 2 AT41 . J T 1 1 r f " J V vr w w ft a: 1 w l - .5 i 1 Afl. . -:.JT "fT. ifcrf 1 i U 1 1 Burning Star, No. l, vinrting the Ben Ail Handicap, feature race at the Kceneland race track Saturday, with Birthday, I"o. 5, second, and Arab's Arrow, No. 4, third. (AP Photo by Stroup. SA view of the largest crowd ever to attend a day of racing at the Bluegrass oval. It was estimated by track officials at 15,000 persons. Perfect weather contributed to the turnout. (C.-J. Photo by Reiiter. Breitenstein Bowlers Hit Money List Team Rolls 2,703 Total In Elks Pin Tourney Toledo. Ohio. April 22. The Breitenstein Machine Shop of Louisville bowled into the minor money lists in the Elks National Bowling Tourney here tonight with a 2.705 total. T. Marmillot with 201-214-162577 paced the teem to games of 903-927-878. Fourteen other Louisville teams will depend on good fellowship prizes for their award. Louisville bowlers will roll in individual events tomorrow. The scores: Breitenstein Machine Shop. ' T. Marmillot 201 214 162 577 J. Mever 148 185 183 516 L George 183 154 167 504 W. McCaffrey 195 171 178 544 T McCarthy 176 203 138 567 Totals 903 827 8782708 Kentucky Tent A Awnlnf Co. L. Perlin 187 170 171 528 H. B. Curry 104 132 160 396 A. D:x-.n 202 178 151 531 Eav Schort 188 165 214 567 W Robinson 189 183 185 557 Totals 870 828 8812579 ieTY Bros. A. C. Smith J. Beierle F.obt. Ash B. G. Bitter J. Mizzoru Totals 151 174 188 491 159 180 134 453 148 155 133 456 149 201 18 530 179 178 190 543 786 866 8232575 Testa Takes 2d In A B C. Singles List Rolls 711 to Miss First By Three Pins Cleveland, April 22 (JD Mike Testa, 31, Detroit brewery worker, shot into second place in the singles division of the American Bowling Congress tournament tonight with 266, 222, 223711. He finished three pins behind the leader, Carl Nagle, of Go-wanda, N. Y. Testa, who rolls with the Chene - Trombley Recreation team, missed first place when lie failed to strike in the final frame of his last game. Earlier, Stanley Rudcki, 38-year-old Chicago bowling alley proprietor, snatched the runner-up position in the all-events standings with 2,002. Joe Wil-man, another Chicagoan, tops the event with 2,028. Rudcki, captain of the Chicago Power House Candy Bars team, hit 669 in the team event, 641 in the doubles and 692 in the singles. Mon Cleaners. S. Grove 150 201 158 501 C. Duffv 127 19fl 174 437 C. T. Wright 179 139 179 497 J. Paslick 177 217 116 510 C Ba'Urd 14 190 143 477 Totals . 777 943 720 24 W Gathri Ire, M. Kleinntarinlc . 15 1 18 400 J 7e!!r- ... IM 1 ! 467 J Srhr,eiter 12 Ml 1 IB 4i3 Tl Will 187 173 10J 513 L Womroer 178 Hi 183 503 Tout. . 812 813 8222447 ?rhr X. I.. Beer. H Weihe . 159 170 18 515 C. C.rnry 161 114 147 4:i9 r, S-rirr 1? 155 no 434 W Kmemer 181 171 165 517 W Firmer 149 168 104 501 Totals 786 808 S 122436 Ballard Petroleum. V G Dr-truth 179 195 161 535 H rrkner 181 16 12 43 W Parj.tt 161 191 139 491 Svl Breitenstein 194 188 190 572 G Suddarth ..J 122 117 133 372 Total 837 847 7492433 Maeller Ato Service. I.. Pmeleton 127 175 119 421 Ci FianiKan 0 171 178 225 574 G CoUt-.g 148 138 168 454 W. German 198 177 1 85 560 J. Gu'hrie 161 ion 129 390 Totals 805 768 8262399 Cn. I.ocan Care. A. Gerher ! 158 191 511 W. Z;n7er ; 145 140 119- 404 M. Colle 170 124 148 440 K O Borders 154 156 159 4S3 H Rickert 176 173 160 509 Totals 809 749 R C. Cola. J Bcrker 213 220 O Hoofer :. I- K'atz T.. Knt 147 127 1 57 431 C J. White 179 140 Tota! 817 732 oQO See Turners Hold 89th Annual Spring Exhibition More than 200 boys and girls and men and women from the Louisville Turner classes under the direction of Joseph Weis-mueller took part in the 89th annual spring exhibition Saturday night at the Turner Hall. Approximately 800 persons saw the affair. The exhibition consisted of boxing, wrestling, jumping, .vaulting, tumbling and apparatus Work by the boys and men, and conditioning exercises, drills, singing games and folk dances by the girls and women. -2333 537 570 l"fi l-9 112 397 142 96 161 404 lfifi 485 782287 Morehead Transfer. H. Ever 96 137 164 397 J. Gtrelama 178 119 160 457 J C Morehead 150 183 159 492 K. Fthendge 148 114 142 404 A Ranck 167 134 180 481 Totals 739 687 805 2231 Oertel's Brew. C Kramer 145 151 117 413 G Rfimon 110 145 173 428 O. Trr.v 146 142 184 472 Huio 174 158 143 475 C Zirrlt 130 104 167 401 Totals 705 700 784 2189 Frederick's Inn. Carl Holler 145 157 130 432 1 Farrman 130 117 140 3R7 5 Elder 131 105 ISO 3R6 Jm. Kraemer 165 101 137 403 K"! Young 142 124 136 402 Totals 713 604 6932010 Falls City Hi Rn. J F'.more 145 155 156 456 G Phillins 133 116 98 347 F. H'ilett 118 115 120 353 W. Moore 154 130 111 395 Dr W. C. Casper 111 119 153 383 Totals 661 633 6381934 Kleinstarink Flowers. Wm Koster 136 122 148 406 M. r . Pierce 119 144 134 397 H. Kohlman 111 119 67 297 W. Bra.vand 143 143 143 429 C. J. White 118 102 146 366 Totals 627 630 6381895 DeGaris, Weller Lead In Brunswick Tourney Bruce DeGaris and J. Weller are leading the doubles division with 1.715 for a. four-game series in the Brunswick Red Crown $10.-000 handicap tournament. The leaders in the Central Alleys handicap doubles tournamrHit running in conjunction with the Brunswick event are L. Harper and A. Wicker, who bonst a 1,644 total, also for a four-game series. Stephens and Omaha Fencers Divide Honors Omaha. Neb.. April 22 (Pi Fencers from Stephens College, Columbia. Mo., and Omaha, divided honors today in the first fencing tournament held here since 1895. The 156 round-robin xr.aiches required 11 hours. Tom Clinton. Omaha, swept the men's sabre, foil and epee matches. Barbara Jean Ewing, Stephens, won the women's foil and Jeanne Smith, Stephens, was third. Stephens fencers won the women's team event, Omaha University placing second. Barnes, Whalen In Final Richmond, Va., April 22 (JP) Bruce Barnes, Austin, Texas, and Joe Whalen, 23-year-old Memphis pro, won semi-final matches in the Virginia Open Tennis Tournament here today and will meet tomorrow for the championship. Barnes, winner of the North-South Tournament last Wednesday at Pinehurst and seeded No. 1 in the local meet, disposed of Frank Rehnca cf Miami Beach in the semi-finals, 6-3, 6-0, 4-6, 6-2, while Whalen, also a finalist at Pinehurst and second favored entrant in the Virginia event, eliminated Dick Skeen of Hollywood, 7-5, 6-2, 6-3. ALABAMA-FLORIDA LEAGl E. Greenville 15, Panama City 4. Andalusia 16. Tallahassee 10. Dothan 5. Troy 1. A. B, C. Leader Fife Electric Co., Takes Lead In Ken tucky Derby Meet The A.B.C. championship leader, Fife Electric Supply Co. of Detroit, floored a total of 3.078 pins Saturday night on the Columbia runways to forge into the lead in the Kentucky Derby Bowling Tournament. The Detroiters spilled 1,032 in their first game, rolled their high same. 1.062 In the second, and then slipped to 984 In the third. Johnny Crimmins, captain and anchor, paced the Fife scorers with a 671 aggregate. Edw. Oehrle Coke & Coal Co. did the best bowling of the Louisville teams, piling up a 2,885 tally to take over fifth place in the team standing. Minor Events Today. Doubles and singles are scheduled Sunday, starting at 10:45 a.m. Other shifts are listed at 1 p.m., 2:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. Standings follow: FIVE-MAN EVENT. Fife Electric Supply Co., Detroit, Mich., 3.018. titcfner's Meats, Cincinnati, Ohio, Crammer's Cafe, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2,918. Stroll's Bohemian Beer, Detroit, Mich., 2,901. Edw. Oehrle Coke & Coal Co., Louisville, 2,885. TWO-MAN EVENT. B. Eyhorn. Jr.-B. Eyhorn, Br., "San Antonio, Texas, 1.177. B. Weltens-G. Gagllardla. San Antonio, Texas. I,l. O. Klaus-A. Mitchell, San Antonio, Texas. 1,128. C. L. Petty-E. C. Bosler, Louisville, 1,1 19. Frank Weibel-Bert Grubb. Oklahoma City, Ok la., 1.113. INDIVIDUAL. II. Iturkner, San Antonio, Texas, filrt. fl. Eyhorn, Sr., Kan Antonio, Texas, 587. A. Mitchell, San Antonio, Texas. ".No. J. Carter. San Antonio, Texas, 585. C. L. Petty, Louisville, S83. ALL-EVENTS. Wnest. San Antonio, San Antonio. G. C. 1,753. A. Mitchell, 1,730. 11. L. Buckner. San Antonio, 1,721. E. C. Bosler. Louisville. '1,702. B. Eyhorn, Sr., San Antonio, Texas, 1,701. Texas, Texas, Texas, FIFE ELECTRIC Sl'FPLY Detroit, Mich. C. Kotarski 223 R. Walby 177 Louis Burr t 234 L. L. Dettloff 204 J. Crimmins i 194 Totals 1032 STEGNER'S MEATS. Cincinnati, Ohio. C. Dinger 183 J. Pert 194 S. Spratt , 210 E. H CO. 213 , 180 2n3 212 254 1082 179 615 162 519 200 637 220 636 223 671 9843078 195 8 188 209 204 246 22.i 1072 171 542 212 615 1H1 S75 139 0 160 603 8932985 Nagelson . Sciffer Totals 1000 CRAMMER S CAFE. Cincinnati. Ohio. A. Burbank 193 191 187 571 A. Busam 208 187 210 605 C. Baumgartner 194 189 190 573 S. Harper 191 184 217 592 H. Stewart 198 146 235 577 Totals 982 897 10392918 STROU'S BOHEMIAN BEER. Detroit. Mich. TF.XA LEAGI'E. Beaumon 8. Shreveport 6. San Antonio 4. Houston 3. Ok ihoma City 9. Fort Worth 3. Dallas 8. Tul.sa 0. GEORGIA-FLORIDA LEAGUE. Valdosta 5. Thomasville 3. Waycrosa 9. Moultrie 1. Albany 7. Tallahassee 6. Americus 11. Cordele 7. J. Norris P. Ban man F Wolf . W. Rcppenhagen C. Grygier . . Totals EDW. OEHRLE COKE Louisville. C. L. Blair J. Greenwald A. W. Kuhn W. P. Gambert F. M. Kramer Totals : 201 233 187 (521 201 179 185 565 177 174 198 54 3 184 191 182 557 213 210 IBfl 612 76 937 9412804 COAL CO. 174 1 96 213 583 208 168 177 55.' 186 183 220 589 191 208 191 590 178 191 201 570 937 946 10022885 PAUL'S FOOD 8HOPPE, INC. Columbus, Ohio. A. Nicol 213 188 179 580 A. lonhardt 212 173 169 5j4 N. Lathan 167 184 208 559 E. Bland 171 194 195 580 J. Neioel 218 183 228 629 Totals 981 922 9792882 FORREST TOWEL SUPPLY CO. Columbus, Ohio. Ted Pehrson 220 130 162 M2 Karl Horcher 218 183 24 645 Merle Wise 185 215 159 559 Clvde Well 147 203 202 5;.2 Nirfc CutCIO 221 1H8 191 578 Totals 987 897 9002846 OTTO MUELLER'S CAFE. Cincinnati, Ohio. R. Stettenpohl 152 163 179 494 T. Sweeney 155 225 166 546 J. Vicar 204 233 174 611 G. Graman 181 201 191 573 J. Hetzcl 191 182 159 532 Totals 883 1004 8692756 EPPINGS MP. Louisville. M. R. Evans 158 172 155 485 H. Snhr 191 216 180 587 L. Gast 221 150 194 565 E. Koenia 222 191 145 558 E. Weilaae? 183 149 206 538 Totals 975 878 8802733 SAY IT WITH FLOWERS. St. Lojis. Mo. N. Burton 179 137 222 533 G. Kuc-nner, Jr. 146 180 157 483 Otto Stein 194 174 192 560 F. Matava 182 200 184 566 W. Glaub 182 181 202 565 Totals 883 872 9572712 FEHR'S X. L. BEER. Louisville. W. Zanger 172 162 213 547 Edw. Jacob 178 177 215 570 Ray Krupp 187 171 152 490 A. Kellner 162 202 166 530 J. Bavens 180 205 182 567 Totals 859 917 9282704 COCA-COLA. Terre Haute, Ind. Lem Mi. 153 157 191 501 Deb Roeers 181 164 158 503 Leo Hulwrti ..; 181 151 181 513 Larry LoU 163 191 223 577 Wavne Jensen .... 215 102 195 602 Totals - 893 855 9482696 COOK'S GOLDBLL'MF. BEER. Louisville. L. Welssiferber 185 181 193 559 R. Carroll 1HI 176 190 547 M. Winter 178 172 1K2 512 K.. B. Williams 170 185 12K 491 Rirt-ard Kratiss 214 169 175 558 Totals . 928 883 8582687 AETNA OIL SERVICE. Bedford, Ind. J. Reath 164 196 164 524 Fr. Widolff 231 146 157 534 J. Alesia 190 196 167 553 W. Pitman 156 192 177 525 F. Lewis 151 198 180 529 Totals . 892 928 8452665 BELI.EVUE BOWLING ALLEYS. Bellevue. Ky. A. Ritter ; 168 178 123 467 F. Clark 205 180 147 532 J. VVeffenstead 155 201 189 545 A. Prabell 181 152 180 513 J. Haaker 178 203 197 678 Totals 887 912 8362635 KOOL CIGARETTES. Lonlsvllle. A. J. Sheehan 183 214 177 574 Geo. Fields 142 178 168 486 W. Sproule 179 178 193 548 M. Kremer 158 158 1 90 506 Paul Kinney 158 187 164509 Totals 820 913 8902623 SCIII.ITZ-OLD MILWAUKEE BEER. Alto. III. J. MacDanald 196 179 187 562 A. MacDonald 180 125 142 447 W. Mollov 148 199 174 521 K Evans 188 161 171 520 W. Kunr 189 174 180 543 Totals 901 838 8342593 J. KUNZ CO. Louisville. Geo. Goerlng 188 158 John Menge 171 137 S. Akers . 203 167 John Tyler 173 183 Walt. Mayer 177 189 Totals 912 834 CROWE'S BRICK S BEER. Bellevue, Ky. Wm. Prabell 189 177 Dan Crowe , 178 173 Kd. Wartman 15l 190 Rov Prvsc . 167 208 Cl.ff McGchey 130 137 Totals 835 835 FFHR'S BEER. Louisville. G. Graf 177 153 Wm. MacGregor 214 193 L. Stoapler 152 146 J. Hawk ... 136 220 M. Kiess . 168 162 Totals 867 878 162 508 168 474 151 521 161 517 201 567 8412587 135 501 180 511 149 490 151 52R 182 519 7772547 169 501 174 581 153 451 137 513 171 501 8042547 L. N. CO-OPERATIVE CLUB. Louisville. H. E. Thrasher 128 157 181 464 S. Haslett 181 169 148 496 G. KubURh 187 188 188 543 T. F. Strain 190 174 176 540 N. Seibert 172 151 179 502 Totals 856 819 8702545 RED BARRELS. Louisville. J. MrHush 203 149 188 538 I. Welnhardt 138 154 137 449 W. Martv 145 148 175 468 B. Tvrrell 165 173 205 543 C. Bunnlng 194 184 151 529 Totals 885 808 8542525 RALEIGH TIPPED CIGARETTES. Louisville. Chas. Northern 206 146 159 511 H. H. Conn 161 167 172 500 Herman Boeckmann.. 165 170 145 480 John L. Moran 180 156 167 503 Henry Myers. Jr 172 161 198 529 Totals 884 800 8392323 Purdue Beats Chicago Twice Lafayette, Ind., April 22 04?) Two three-hit pitching performances helped Purdue beat Chicago in both ends of a double-header here today to run its string of Big Ten baseball victories to three. Sophomore Bob Bailey pitched the Boilermakers to an 8-3 victory in the first game. Dick Wargo, another newcomer, hurled in the second as Purdue won 2-1. Purdue put together three singles, two walks and an error for five runs in the second inning to sew up the first contest. In the second game, Wargo himself scored Purdue's first run to tie the score in the sixth and singled to drive Thompson across with the winning run in the seventh. I. U. Crushes Wisconsin Bloomington, Ind., April 22 OP) Two late rallies good for seven runs apiece enabled Indiana to beat Wisconsin here today in both games of a Big Ten baseball double-header. Indiana got seven tallt in h? eighth inning to take the first game, 7-2, and seven in the sev enth frame of the second contest to win 11-4. Don Danielson, sophomore sec ond baseman, got a three-base hit with the bases loaded to climax the first-game comeback. The attack drove Righthander Bobby Hendrichs off the mound. Eight Wisconsin errors helped the Hoosiers take the second en counter. Church League Games Again Postponed St. Augustine, Calvary Nines Meet Monday By VICTOR K. TERRY. Wet grounds once again kept teams in the Church League idle over the week-end. Friday afternoon St. Augustine and Calvary found the Central Athletic Field muddy and postponed their game until Monday afternoon. The game on Saturday afternoon between Grace and Hope had to be called off because of large pools of water on the diamond. It was decided to play the game next Saturday as the first game of a double-header. In the second game Hope will meet its scheduled opponent, 5th Street Baptist. The Black Colonels put in a strenuous workout Saturday on the diamond at Chickasaw Park and plan another one this afternoon at Bensinger Park in New Albany. Ewing Russel, 210-pounder, who played third base last season for the Black Colonels, finally has come to terms and his signed for the season. Two newcomers to join the team are Granville Lyons and Reese "Suitcase" Tatum. Lyons, a first baseman, formerly played with the Philadelphia Stars, Baltimore Elites, Memphis Red Socks and last summer divided his time between teams in Atlanta and Nashville. Tatum, who reached the city using the freight trains for transportation from his home in Eldorado, Ark., looked impressive both at bat and in his position at shortstop. Tide Harriers Swamp Vols By l1 to 36V2 Knoxville, Tenn., April 22 UPi The University of Alabama track team waltzed off with 12 of 15 events today to swamp Ten nessee 94 Vz to 36 in a dual meet. The Vols were superior in the dashes and the 220-yard low hurd'les. but the" Ti'de thinlies mopped up in the distance runs, jumps and field events. Downey of Alabama set a new track record for the pole vault, clearing the barrier at 13 feet in his first attempt PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Oakland 5. Portland 3. Sacramento 6, San Francisco 0. San Dieeo 12. Los Angeles 6. Seattle 3. Hollywood 1. North State Has 'Reverse9 Battery Special to The Courier-Journal. Covington, Ky April 22. Marty Kehoe and Doc Morris, Northern Kentucky semi-pro baseball players, lay claim to being: the only reversible battery in the entire State. Both are pitchers and both are catchers. Both are members of the Cincinnati Box Lunch team of the Tri-State League. Kehoe halls from Newport while Morris is a Covington athlete. Dairy Maids Will Practice The Kentucky Dairy girls' soft-ball team will work out at 10 a.m. Sunday at St. Xavier Field regardless of weather conditions, Regina Walsh Hiller, manager, announced. The Maids have been trying unsuccessfully to practice for several weeks, but have always beei rained out or prevented by a wet field. All girls wishing to try out for the team are invited to tlr? practice. F ' I Tgas" HERBS MEM 7n CLEAN SPARK PLUGS use less gasoline Get your plugs cleaned NOW for more gas economy, and better car performance this summer. There's a Registered AC Cleaning LOOK rot this Station near you SIGN WHAT the DING-DANG! ON A SPORTS PAGE? Why? Because men who like sports usually have uncommon love for their families . . . and will listen to any sensible idea to make home life all the happier. And the one sure way to happier home life you'll agree is to own your home, for only then can you have things exactly the way you want them. Now here's the point: If you don't already own your home you can, easily enough . . . through Portland's home financing plans. You'll find Portland's plans low in initial cost . . . that the interest payments grow less each month . . . that the monthly cost is no more than rent cost. So see us and be happier! SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE. Columbus 14. Macon 6. Augusta 7. Columbia 4. Spartanburg 15. Greenville 9. Smart Crack Wins Haylands At Keeneland Fogelson Filly Scores By Five-Length Margin (Continued from First Pace.) the Fitzsimmons Stable. A candidate for the Kentucky Derby, h swept to an easy victory in th fifth race, paying off to the tuna of $25 for each winning $2 ticket. As he charged homeward with Nunzio Fariso in his saddle, four other Kentucky Derby candidates fell in his wake-Syracuse, Rule All, Detector and Decatur. His time for tha three-quarters was 1:14 2-5. W. F. Morgan's Rapid Way cat-hopped over the sandy brown soil, as he breezed easily to win the "Mineola Purse." A dressy bay trained by Bob McGarvey, he performed impressively, after having won in making his debut here several days ago. Neville Dunn's fleet Queen's Advice tried hard to withstand the powerful bid of the flying 2-year-old, but dropped back to finish second, while Doc Jock, yellow-clad color bearer of Charley Ferguson and Mrs. H. C. Hern-don, took the show. Al Tarn increased his stable one more today, claiming Windshield, winner of the eighth race, for $1,500. PIEDMONT LEAGI'E. Portsmouth 11, Richmond 8. Durham 7. Norfolk 3. Charlotte 4. Ashevtlle 2 Winston-Salem S. Rocky Mount 3. LIOIKS' - CK.VT.S" FELT HATS DELUXE CLEANED AND BLOCKED 2 tal . 00 DELUXE CLEANED AND PRESSED Suits Sterilized . mm And Tressed While U Wait m "ALTERATIONS OF ALL KINDS" NATIONAL HATTERS CLEANERS DYERS 323 W. 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