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n ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE. FRIDAY. MAY Z 10-VS U -3 Cream of Nation's College Stars Await Starter's Gun in Big Meet TRIAL HEATS ARE SET FOR OPENING DAY Black Curl Easy Winner Over i lza easily r. . . , If j- I BEATS FLOWERS held in Milkmaid Handicap . onn r 19.000 See Chilean in Decisive Victory Finals to Be Held To-morrow Afternoon; Cox Defends Title in Mile New York, May 24. (Special Dispatch) Harry F. Sinclair's Black Curl had too much foot for her rivals to-day at Belmont Park and Laverne Fator was sitting still at the wire in the Milkmaid handicap at 6 1-2 furlongs to win by two lengths from Black Maria which was making her initial outing of the year. A like distance back came Snobbish. Black Curl broke on top lid sot 4 v Chaj en' 1 1 Cambridge, Mass.. May 24. IP) The cream of the nation's college track athletes, about fifty strong, assembled here abouts to-night to compete in the flfty-seconj annual I. C A. A. A. A. championship meet at Harvard stadium to-morrow and i(ireient thirty-two colleges and ..at-t. Air I. I!-,. TTl 1 states, were eight of the 1927 champions who returned to defend their titles In nine events. Trial heats in thirteen of the fifteen event will be held to-morrow afternoon and the finals will be staged on Saturday. Though the meet will probably be dominated by the remarkable teams from Stanford and Southern California indications were that several eastern athletes would be among the meet's high scorers. The Stanford team appears unbeatable and Southern California has the best claim for second place. "Dink" Templeton, Stanford coach, has predicted that his team will score thirty-five points but it is expected to do much better Dean Cromwell of Southern California claimed twenty points for his Trojan athletes, among whom are Charlie Borah, intercollegiate sprint champion, and Lee Barnes, one of the best pole vaulters in the world. Small Chance for Eastern Teams Pennsylvania State, Harvard and Yale have a bare chance of beating the Trojans out for second place but the experts have given these ,ms, the best In the east, but je encouragement. The best that of the eastern teams can hope lor is eighteen points and Crom well's athletes should not have any great difficulty piling up a total of twenty. The defending champions include Charlie Borah of Southern California, who won the 100 and 220 last year; Bill Cox of Penn State, champion miler; Monty Wells oi Dartmouth, high hurdles titlest; Oreth Hines of Georgetown, last year's winner of the Javelin throw; Tom Maynard of Dartmouth, who led the high Jumpers; Alfred Bates of Penn State, 1927 broad jump vic-tod anr Sabin Carr, Yale track captain and intercollegiate pole valut champion. Many others who won I. C. A. A. A. A. championship points last year have returned with ambitions to upset the champions. Borah, if In form, should not have any difficulty retaining both of his titles, though he will have to beat Art French of Harvard, and Jimmy Quinn of Holy Cross, in the 100 and L. P. Ross of Yale in. the. 220. Bill w Cox's most dangerous rival in the 1,1 mile appears to be Charley Sansone II of Colby, who finished second last year. flJt Wells Will Get Competition i" .'ells will get plenty of competl-Uiif'Jn m the high hurdles from John Ji Collier of Brown, who finished sre- ond last year, and Charley Webber i of Southern California. who A finished fifth. Tom Moore of i,i Harvard appears to be the only j Javelin thrower capable of worrying i Hines. Bates will have plenty of . trouble repeating his win in the broad jump. He has four dangerous ' rivals in Fred Znmbro and, Kimball I Dyer of Stanford. French of Har- 'i vard, and Row of Bates. The most thrilling clash of the meet will probably come when Sabin Carr and Lee Barnes meet in the pole vaule. Carr holds the accepted world's record ot 14 feet but the' Californian recently broke it by vaulting 14 feet 1 1-2 inches. Barnes' mark has not been officially accepted as yet but It undoubtedly will be. Another wonderful performer entered in this event is Ward Edmonds of Stanford, who has done 13 feet 9 inches several times this spring. a clinking pace for the first half mile, which stood the others on their heads. Rounding into the stretch the Sinclair filly was three lengths to the good of Black Maria which had been raced up from last place to second, a quarter out from the finish. The effort cooked her and ' ' ran. vettai 4 04. third Tims 147 2-5. Longchampa. Bright To-morrow, Cimmerian. Fire Under hIso ran. Fourth race 5 furlongs: Bosphorus 113 (Ambrose) 102, 3 "8, 3 02. won; That's It, 114 (Connelly I 2 54. 3 80, second: Symphrosa, 109 (Garner) 5 48. third. Time 1:011-5. Omona, Lady Witt, Parlsette. Star Forward she showed the effecis of the pace a furlong away from the judges whei Fator palpably eased off his mount. BELMONT RESULTS First race 4 1-3 furlongs Blue Larkspur. 113 (A Pascumai even. 1 lo 3. 1 to 6. won; Mei Foo. 115 (L. Fator I 5 to 3, 8 to 8. second; Too High, 113 (G. Ellis) 1 to 5. third. Time. 53 1-J Fatigue. Ylophone. Shepherdess, Mart Malone, Esponi? also ran. Second rare About 3 miles-- Lighthouse. 144 (D. Byersi 13 to 5. 7 to 10, 1 to 3, won: Endlcott, 143 (C. Smoot) 6 to S. 3 to 5. second: Volunteer. 135 ID Fuller) 8 to 8. third, rime. 3 54 2-8. Lunar, Llchtalberlch also ran. Third race- 4 1-3 furlongs Stand By, 110 iL. McAtee) 13 to 5, even, 2 to 5, won; Orey Chief. 112 (L. Fator) 6 to 5, 1 to 2. second. Don Ricardo, 114 (W, Kelsay) 3 to 1. third. Time. 54 Domulali, Calabrl, Zone, Noble Charge, Mockery also ran. Fourth race 6 1-3 furlongs Black Curl, 120 iL. Fator) 2 to 1. 2 to 6, out, won: Black Maria. 126 iF. Colt.1-letti) 1 to 3, out, second: Snobbish. 98 iG. Arnold) out, third. Time. 1:18 4-5. Canteen, Stereoptlcon alao ran. Fifth race Mile Ironside. 114 L. McAteel 18 to 5. 7 to 5. 3 to 8. won: Indian Scout, 118 (A. Robertson) 8 to 3. 4 to 5, second; Bystander. 114 E. Barnes) 3 to 1. third. Time, 1:39. Lace, Road Agent, Algernon, General Dtskin also ran Sixth race Mile and 8th Black Bart. 112 W, Kelsay) 8 to 1. 4 to 1, 2 to I, won: Blockhead. 112 iR. Leonard) 4 to 1, 2 to 1, second: Harass, 112 (J. Burke) even, third. Time. 1 :54. Erne. Easy Money, Temerairc, Mariner, Tourvilla. Resourceful. Club. King Jimmy, Czartst, Account, Fran-cals also ran. CHURCHILL RESULTS First race 6Vi furlongs: Mlno, 112 (Fronkl 4 16, 3 58. 2 60 won; Fire Cure. 110 (Fool) 16.84. 6 42. second; Margate, 110 (Abel) 2 62, third. Time 1:19 Broonister. Dolly S . Semlnola. Master Walter. Tim Glraaon also ran. Second race 5 furlongs: Silver-dale. 115 tAmbrose) 4 36. 3 00. 2 26. won: Nicaragua. 115 tW. Crump) 4 84. 2 88. second: War Time. 115 (D. Connelly) 2 66, third Time 1:00 3-5. Sweet Lionise, Roguish Eye, Little Chip. Light Hampson. Paraphrase Pebony. Gold Ridge, Harvard also ran. Third race-Mile and 16lh: Fargo. 105 (A. Abel) 1196. 5.24, 4 04, won: Nabisco. 112 (C. Churchman) 5 58. 4 38, second; Manzana, 113 iF. Chta- Fifth race 7 furlongs: Bobaahela. 118 (E. Fisher) 5 22. 3 86, 2.52, won; Easter Stockings, 111 iW. Crump) 3 86. 2 53, second: Inquisitor. 110 (W Fronkl 8 18. third. Time I 25 S-S. Little Colonel. Irish Pal. Royal Bon, Reverie's Gal also ran. Sixth race Mile: Amo, 107 (A. Abel) 30 56. 14 30. 7 26. won; Scotland Belle. 107 )E Pooh 7.54. 5.22 second: Manuellta. 107 (D. Connelly i 3 B0, third. Time 1.40 1-5. Sandy Lady, Eleven Oclock. Loud Speaker. Muna-mir, Night Hawk. Ada Artier, Ladv Loose. Glee. Betty Bux, Ann Curtla, Langram. Kakierioodles also ran. Seventh race Mile and 16th: Mallv Jane 110 (W. Curran. 4 64, 4 0. 2 66. won: Mysterious. 110 iW. .Fronk) 14 64. 6 24. second; George McCrann. 108 (A. Abel) 3 32. third Time 1 47 3-ft. Cherokee Lee, Pandoata, Profiteer, Calvados also ran. Detroit. May 24 After being stopped in two rounds here two i weeks ao by Bruce Flowers, Stan-iisalus Loayza, Chilean lightweight I boxer returned to-night and pasted the negro all over the ring to win the decision in ten rounds. A crowd of more than 19.000 persons that Jammed Olympia arena to capacity, saw ttie Chilean cut loose with a smashing attack that had the Negro on the floor twice and groggy over most of the route. Arturo Shekles, Belgian welterweight, won easily from Jimmy Hutchinson of Detroit In six rounds, BENEFIT DANCE Geneseo, Mav 24 Manager James Welch of the Geneseo baseball team has arranged for a benelit dance to be held at Long Point, Conesus Lake. Saturday evening, May 26th. The dance will be a pre-opening affair for the Long Point season, to which residents of Geneseo are generally giving their support. Adieu, Babbling. Mnrlus, Sam Jowl Flora Le Breton. Riot. Ticker, Bad Luck. George D. Gaw, also ran. AURORA RESULTS First, race -fl furlongs: Dunbeath, 115 I Moore i 8 06. 4 80, 3 84. on; Oabaldon. 115 (McCrosseni 9 86, 8 30, second; Tnpnngo. 115 (Landolt) 9 68, third Time 1:13 2-5. Paul Weidel 2nd, Mary Connors. Washoe, Program, Monarchist. Trinket. Mom's Cook, Rag Time, Rocking, also ran. Second race 6 furlongs: Privately. 108 (C. Lvon) 11 22 5 38, 3 02. won; Chink. 113 (McCrossen) 6 84. 3 32. second; Sandy Hatch, 113 (Rav) 2 34, third. Time. 1:13. Brawn. Roy Crofter, Golden Sight, Levoy, Sturdy Stella. Button, Carom, also ran. Third race 5 furlongs: Woodface, 100 iDoggett) 8 58. 4 28. 3 40. won; Black Darling. 103 (Inzelone) 3 32, 2 90. second; My Girl. Ill (Moore) 1074, -third. Time. 1:00 3-5. Sentry Lass. Frank Keane. Peggy Lee. Colonel Hemingway, Shasta Grape, Odd Bet, Ounga Din, also ran. Fourth race Mile: Orlego, 107 (Crees) 9.14. 4 74. 3 98. won: Bocara-tone, 112 iLeylandi 3.98,4 24. second; Moses, 107 (Robinson) 16 54. third. Time. 1 40 3-8. Determan, Secrecy. Fdgewater. Silver Queen. Raymond Dale. Sincerely. Paprika. Tribal, Set ha Premium, also ran. Fifth race Mile and 70 yards: Florence Mills. 108 (Allen) 7 86. 4 54, 3 42. won; Devon. 115 (Finnerty) 7 20. 4.26. aecor.d: Fannie May, 102 (R Jonesi 3 72. third Time. 1:43. (New track record). Shasta Gold. Riprap, also ran. Sixth race Mile and 18th: Isoard. 101 (Inzelone) 4 90 2 94. 2 58, won; Bird Behave, 114 (McCorssen) 3.94. 2 96, second; Sllgo irranch. Ill) (Guerra) 15 76. third. Time, 1:48 1-5. Mv Destination. Blue Blanch. Star Glory. Monteagle. Berry Picker, Dr. Lowenthal, Sporting Editor, also ran. 8eventh race Mile and 17th: Capt.. Adorns. 113 (W. Creesi 14 82, 7.83, 630. won: Catesby, 109 (lnr,elone) 6 52. 6 66. second: Araaciri, 111 (Mitchell) 8 06, third, Time, 1:48 WOODBINE RESULTS First race Mile: Best. Bonnet, 100 iPlchon) 3 85 . 3 40 . 3.05. won; Mad Mullah. 112 (Thomasi 13 80, 7.85, second; Galloping Diamond, 105 .Mergler) , 3 80. third. Time, 1:43 Siberian. Grubstake. Head Lad. White Dove, Rare. Vantage. Little Margie. B . Easter Sight. Myrth, Flying Column. : also ran. Second race About 2 miles: Manl-I fold, 140 (Fitzgerald) 34 10. 13.20. 15 00, won; Kangaroo, 150 (Mergier) i 3 65, 3 70. second; Irish Jig. 148 (Crawford) 3 80. third. Time. 1:04. Fleetwood. Hclsdeliie. Cherub, Peaceful Day, also ran Third race 5 furlongs: Gangster, 112 (Long) 14 50. 6 70. 3.15, won. Glacial. 114 (Schaefer) 4 15, 2.60. second: Vlolado, 114 (Harvey i 2 35, thud. Time, 1:02. Wreckage, Nigera, Thod-anthe, Rare, Gallant Spark, Face Cream, also ran. Fourth race Mile and 8t.h: Bun Fire. 103 (Callahan) 7 30, 3 85, 3.03. won; Canter. 123 (O'Donnell) 6.25, 3.60. second; Audita. 106 i Mergler) 4 60. third. Time. 1:53. Sir Harry. Gaffsman, Retaliate. Prickly Hat. Clear Sky. Boom, Lactarlus, Euphrates, Scat, J. Fred A , also ran. Fifth race 6 furlongs: Arno. 114 (Plchon) 8 00. 4 85, 4 20. won. Clearance, 121 (Pierce) 4 65, 4 05. second; All Blue, 109 (Harvey) 11.15. third Time, 1:13 2-5. Clock Golf. Peter Flz. Lemnos, Silver Song Amenra. High Hope, The Maple, Laddie Buck, also ran Sixth race Mile and 16th: Bigot. 108 (8ch'iefer 4.35. 2 60. 3 35. won: Charles H, 108 (Harvev) 2 45, 3 65. second; Corporal. Ill iMergler) 3 65. thud Time, 1:47 3-5. Polls. Edisto, also ran. Seventh race Mile and 16th: Circus Rider, 105 (J. Smith! 143.05. 21 90. won; Irish Marine, 111 (Harvey) 12 50. 8.70. second: Aromatic. 103 (Thomas) 7 20. third Time. 1:49 3-5. Son Ami, Mystic Star, Golden Twig, Kosciusko, Mother s Son, also ran. MORGAN BEATS EDDIE MARTIN IN TITLE BOUT Junior Lightweight Champ Retains Crown by Win I over Challenger By JACK FARREEL New York, May 24-Tod Morgan, the pale-faced youngster from Se-title In a lively fifteen-round bout title In a lively flften-round bout with Eddie iCannonball) Martin, former world's bantamweight champion, before a slim crowd of 5.907 fans to-night in Madison Square Garden. It was a close fight and Morgan appeared to have been given a lucky break when his hand was raised In victory when it, was over. Morgan weighed 129 1-2 and Martin 130. Lou Magnolia was the referee. The judges were Tom Flynn and Charles F. Mathlson. Mtirtln forced the fight, from start to finish and should have received the verdict, on aggressiveness alone. Morgan was running away most of the time from the "Cannonball's" driving attack but when he did stand his ground he scored heavily with clean punches. Score Martin Out In Front Martin, according to my way of thinking, won seven rounds, six went to Morgan and two the sixth and the fourteenth were even. The challenger wrestled the champion to the floor during a furious exchange In the sixth but Tod regained his feet quickly and opened up on his opponent with all he had. The fight was marked by a series of wild mixups which had the customers screeching themselves hoarse During one of these free swinging orgies in the eleventh the boys had a head-on collision and Martin came out of it with his left eye cut. Morgan made that Injury the point of his attack from then on. Martin had the champion goggle-eyed In the tenth from a series of roundhouse swings that landed solidly on his chin. Tod held on for dear life and the fans razzed him unmercifully. BAR RE AT ALBION ! greatly Improved over last year and Albion. May 24 The strong j defeated Barker last Sunday In a Barre baseball team will engage the j 15-lnning battle. The Saint Mary's Saint Mary's Club of Albion on the locals' diamond Sunday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock. The Barre team Is club is doing better after a bud start, having defeated the Carrols of Rochester last week. JONES DIRECTING HOLT F. Richard Jones has signed wltl Paramount to direct Zane Grey'f, "The Water Hole." with Jack Holt as star. He has left for a, location scouting trip In Arizona. ' 2 "GHETTO" NEW JESSEL TITLE The new title or George Jessel'g v picture is "The Ghetto." Gwen Lee ir" been borrowed by Tiflany-Stahl g-'an important role. V ! vw BELMONT ENTRIES First, race- The Hillside, claiming. 2 year olds, 4 1-2 furlongs: Rambling 109: Rowling, 107; Haystack, 112. Hoodies, 100; Green Flag. 112; Artie K 109: Graceful, 109; Bedouin, 109; High Moon, 113; Strong Tackle, 100; Orlssa. 109; Traverence, 100; Rhapsody Ann, 104: Junius, 112; Brown Vision, 109. Second race The Sylvan Olen. maidens. 3 year olds, up, mile: Fair Ball. 115: Beelzebub. 115; Harlequin, 115; Lane Allen, 115; Fire Fighter, 115; Charlemagne, 115: Bask, 115; War Hier, 115; Nelly's Ford. 110: Tawrack. 115; Buntarls. 115: Helen-eita. 110; Flying Sweep, 115. Sam Beau. 115. Third race Huntington, conditions,, 4 year olds, up, mile and 16th: Oormond, 110. Danthonia, 107; Festival, 107; Sankarl, 117. Fourth race- Hemstead Hlghweight Handicap. 3 year olds, up, 6 furlongs: Crystal Domino, 116; Byrd, 127; Nusakan, 119; Candy Hog It?: False Pride, 116: High Star, 111; Sandy, 128; Caroler, 111; Apostle, 117, Fifth race The Flower Hill, maiden, 3 year olds, 4 1-2 furlongs: Scalawag. 108; Regiment. ,116; Fir Line, 118: Autumn Bloom. 118: Kil-dare. 118; Chaunrry. 118; Brown WtapWfl. US: Command, 118; C'hest-- Iff Oek. 118: Bcllesu, 118; Cam-4JTrnm 115; Tibet. 118. V Sixth race The Amagansett, claiming. 3 year olds, mile Igor, mi; Dear Ladv. 104. 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