Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico on January 29, 1961 · Page 27
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico · Page 27

Publication:
Location:
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Issue Date:
Sunday, January 29, 1961
Page:
Page 27
Start Free Trial
Cancel

jnmiftry 2D, inoi ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL C-3 Season Opens April 2U Season Closes August 23 Oenotei Doublehoaderi To be played during this iertc at discretion of homa club OFFICIAL 1961 SOPHOMORE LEAGUE SCHEDULE New Mexico Bowling Scene Rutli, Doughty Set Nev Doubles Mark--13 86 Ity M S MIIH tTT Vein Ruth mid Mrrt Dough-ty rolled the highest sanctioned (ImilileH score In Allni'iuerquc's history last week with a J MHO tiit fall in Hngtimo Doubles competition ft Han Mateo I.iims . Iiuth rolled a lofty 713, and Doughty hipped in with a fiiiii for the now record. It was lluth's first sanctioned 7(10, although he has rolled more than 20 In non-sand mned jilnv. I arr jr llorrowilale narrow ly rnUv.l k.ini tinned 301) In the IUjlline event. , ntuliliorn fuiir pin In the clivcitlh fratnr fall lilt 7." i i a.'l ' 'A . . . -ij VHNAI BT.tTH-Iry Vflmnli-h Jl ' ...ifi, HK Y I.I.St; ljjf l(,..i-.l...n i ll- ' (111, AK.sV,.' ia Hn4 J'iri j Mil. hi. ...r. a 1 .1, liiitrh V. n,i nu k '.'II M Mi-krrxin f,r,il, tlWI, M.ilit. Mr j Mn-lt..l l!."i, WiILt V ml 1.0. Nl'lf.-( jl'Al' J-I,C ('mini' )ii, M ri.,ri Id lift 4UI, lloolsKy liAlili-H - r.'-lty i Tinner fatM, Hlaj.itnnt ihihI.Ii.i ill!. i KACIIINa ttftUM ltn. fcaviL.tiia ipe,. Ic.ty Mitaaiiy Mt: VA IIuhiv- H i i'ikri INT MA I lnNK- hliir;l Ilaliinlit llul f.n; Hl'iiltr I A.llliin 11'idii ilj-fili';- I'l'lV HI ! IMalVrK - A J'.'.M HOI-SI.?: IC'VK MAKhl.il - Tli'lm. Vol'iky IHT. I-ri J M.y Vt;, 4..'; AK'' IMlaP'.iunit 1" . .'ill; K A J It I'.iWill 51?, ri.nt.i '''' iVil'liV Cul'I'IM ii" I lift n 'Jit- i-l'.'t. 1ni M'klrlMi( jr.' Mift; III Hl'iiT - It Arm lM. i hi'iiitr how i. li u I v I, 1 1 Vf it. tfatita 9.4-A14 , Kill- ifKATi II J.m K',wi', '.'.;-i7 I'K.y T.tt 2-IS U, RI'NMHMV -" i .irrari .'i t-M4: nonl.'l iMK J- Me - raw. fiisr omV. -A"-i) i euv - r.M, VaUIY V' a ,??A ALBUQUERQUE ALPINE ART ESI A CARLSBAD i if Ji,rr, 7.AM" - l-.Ki'lt (llrl J'.'l 5TI, Mill 10 V llnM, ..lied t.i toppi.-. thu MPprd 7v"i1 i'" ' .(AN;;''A...p,,n v.r it bid and uvp him 28!. f 1 1 ' (.... w- uium I!ariowi.i'e ami Juan Iorres f ;,.jf V .JL 1 j. , . r.i.i fti s -Kf.-. ead the n.,s n d,ud.., com- H 4 V" V I .".riir.? V : .'Jn I tlllll ..ilk. iMli EL PASO HOBDS 1 AT AT AT AT AT . AT ALByQUERQlTK ALP1NR ARTKSIA CARLSBAD FX PASO IIOBRS May 12-13-14 m'',"" May 21-22-23 May 15-16-17 May 9-10-11 a f t Juno 23-21-25 no. June 17-18-19 Juno 20-21-22 June 8-9-10 July 5-0-7 f Z n'' July 10-20-21 July 8-9-10 July 22-23-24 August 18-19-20 AuJir't'Vl -22-23 August 6-7-8 August 12-13-14 August 3-4-5 Sine n-"?2-13 UY 8-13;20 May 24-25-2A fsf May 6-7 8 " ,.,.),,..,, ct a rf June 2-3-4 June 14- 5-18 i , . Juno 5-8-7 Ju io.J-.lU S1AR Juy 1(Jn18. Ju,y 2 t Juno 1 Jun(5 2f,.27.28. Auttust 1-2 Au"ust 21-2S-28 Aujjust 9-10-11 jjjjj i3.J5.30 AuKust 12-13-14 viii7?'21 May 21-22-23 May 8-7-8 May 21-25-28 May 12-13-14 T ,n i Juno 17-18-1 J Juno 5-6-7 June 14-15-18 Juno 23-24-23 iniv n 14 11 July 19-20-21 UA,Ml' Juno 20-27-28 July 22-23-24 July 5-8-7 July 23-29-30 AuKU;;t 8-7-3 August 12-13-14 August 3-4-5 August 18-19-20 May 18-19-20 May 9-10-1 1 May 15-18-17 f. 3,',4'15, ,,, lrj22 Juno 2-3-4 June 8-9-10 Juno 2U-21-22 JL'LY 11 June' l'lO III 27fl -T JulylG-17-18 July 22-23-24 July 8-9-10 JLLY fj?0 iuTy nu'll AuKUrt 24-85-56 Auust 3-4-5 AuMln Alk2 Jul UltH May 6-7-8 mP"1,2'J"3 May 9-10-11 May 12-13-14 May 21-22-23 June 5-6-7 f '1' , ,,, Juno 8-9-10 Juno 23-24-25 AT June 17-18-19 June2G-27-20 i Z il'o, ,':;!, July 2-3-4 July 5-6-7 EL PASO July 19-20-21 August 15-10-17 Auut21-"'"''-23 Auua 9-10-11 August 13-19-20 August 8-7-8 May 2-27 May 15-18-17 May 3-4-5 April 27-29-30 May 18-19-20 June 14-15-16 Juno sn-21-22 June 1 -12-13 May 30-31 June 2-3-4 .... rtnr Ju!v2-3-4 Julvti-9-K) Juno 29-30 Juno 1 July 16-17-18 JLLY 12 OPEN AuRust9-10.il August 15-18-17 n July 25-2C-27 August 24-25-28 August 1-2 Auuust 21-22-23 Merrill Dinulily T-niD M- W KHTM'.N HCI'.AP-II - s, .-.; ifi :(. l T " e-iMM lllnT l!,l Trv r.l, Viank iiiiri. I. ITT' W WoVIKN- l1ili I ..nif'l.n J.'-M; H N I 'I A I AH llnntoa lHirfuni T2i. enn forirrn 010 scries n tne : mi'1 ! m k i- n r-" '-' 1 ti'-titum with a l- '.i score (ithi-r KtjnUniit urorm: At Itowl O-Droiiif, Jack V.iiiiitum hit a 2l.rt L'.miu n 1 . fi-,1 enritx lii llifl f'limiiifn -l.-il Trtiiil) hit a league, Ralph Ro:- .nl T w as Na'ion.d Snatch. Boh l)ytel , ,..,.p 0he;l Willi 2-,6 G73 in 1 f " Baptist, and tie. Ma.tei I-i(.;u n-i:'y t-Jrnod m a 234 At Holiday Bowl. Nuk S J .. , Jjl? ' . a .--iii'i 1 itifna. vn in: v. uii 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' . .i il ,1! , villi idin.ii'n , . Sub Shows 1935- 939 Basketball Season 9.Pen u 1 111 bhovmg Out ..,e. ;!. .Mil Hr..rn .-1 lXN-jf1I f II K,5vrivS?3?li?:l 1 V DOXing Recalled by Former Aggies Season Here On April 27 itti cit a 211 tarm; m the U-,1,.... C..rl,-h I .-1,11m l!n I f' 11 I. i ' .It - I " ! 11 The Albuquerque Dukcj pro j ... n.iL m verniuinn?.nwii IVUU New Manager Of Vegas Bowl ;hal a 234-t;i7 in the Friday k...li Ili.rt M-mltwiM Ivnl , ruin ii MPiimr o iti the al!ey, and Marv, h i mi- e,M Ih .,! a 211-614 in the Friday ?i '.-.'.V -n? ', ith, wl- .Mixed. At l oin.n Itowl, Clunk R.t- I .'"i t'-r si. rnl a 225 gurr.e and a ' i'.2 ri.' in thy Kina3 and i- ! Lea; l, n-i 1 Miirlowc , M-in fit-!J and Don Swayr ;r'.l. d 510 and 505 series rc-lively. j At Sn .Mateo I.ane. in the Alhu ;'ierp!i M.ijor. Uwaxite S!.i;. roiled a 2!7-!ifi n:d "..il M M.ii.iin had a 2S7-r::9. .:-dv B'.ain rolled a 269-091 m P.y II KR V MOSKOS, lout when the then top-ranked had 633 point over a two-yfar: si.ilil i..tl Prji.a Vlritip 'f.if I.V.rwl fih.'t'A .hum In a mill I ' '"'iiTi ' ""v.-fi -n', Br JIM KI.NSIL Tun ,ii.i,-.rfi Vi.iu Mrvteo'iccsaw contest. But they were! Jackson later played pro ball! 'V!vw"'ii fwS! NEW YORK ( f) There ;c,tat(; ba.shctball fans, Jerry a-ked to stay ever to play an with the Norristown, Pa.. Allfrssional baseball team open almia p.'.. i.t-1-vr ' .'. was a t rne when weekly tele-11,,,,.. nnA i. .iirV..n u.n extra tame and prompt y Americans and entered trie. their 1981 Sonhomnr Imi 'i.n:::, w.n-V !. u, - vision nf boxing bouts was as lon3 r,.mrmber the 11128-23 'lumpwl Roanoke, Va. ! Army in 1912. He returned to schedule on April 27 when .jie.uj- ... ...v- n.v Al,L.1(j (.3(1,. S(.a.s,,n. 1 1Re a;r;c were invi-.ea to "-" thpy 0.)t,n , thrce am jfJ j,r-. ?.., v,i punching bag. -ruut wa. the yt-nr the Azzis return to t!ie tournament acain charged from the Army as a ' . . . . . . . r'Ci'V' "1.1 But last Saturday night lt ui;(!cr roudi Jerry Il;neS-the next jcar. ' First Lieutenant itn Artesia t lin2ley Field. u" ! n , l"' dow iing. a monm ago uus- foJ:ow(.( , 19.3 R?asm wit it an. cirneral Joe Jackson as' Two other mcmbcri of the uvncru ii4nager rem rurn H'l'l.i. In.. 1 . 1 i,,l,,! . I miiit (.units' i -I l..i I i ...n 1 . I . . j 11 ' - - i- -- a)')ear;ince in .sauunm ii- . . . lamca n am are aviii in i .sc aiiiiouuttu muay. ;' ugh is iti show rcpiacea ine ,,,, .,, p.i, ,..1,-11 Tmirna- "-'-"- " M-,riinM i with the' 1 . !, ?n 1. c-' UKnia " w rvivi iuii.miik. ..nl4.n m New YorK CitV. " ' Zia to. in . basketball may be laK lor a, .. , . , . n x i-iti'ev durlnt his thrre srafMina at the Wood is a n'hool teacher in; Saturday r.ight In March, if the t'n- S.iti !.a l'.a e M t, Cler: i tr'ij P'i t Ar.n hi.-s !-l el a 61, fed C13 m t:.-! I-.- r.!). 6-1 Jc;n Cat-I a ne.l R ,'h Ko'.ri fc.'l in t:ii SMll.tU Lai. I vt 1, :: '"1, A V ;r 1 w r -. n ' 1- ! ! ?"l I C ' !" v i-' n v.: ! 'mm -i- J l' i i'.l'i''l-l'.. ' "lU-. . t.' :u American Broadcasting to. can - ! !,'!"''', r ''; dose a i-al for the NCAA - a vi, r .".n '-1 ..---i- .... i.iuin i;ijii.--iiii ,-iinv-. i , ... . vi-r I'll, ). 1 I" "l-,; '"l"""",v ' " i. 1 ..-. !;. ! n ;-.-.'!h !.! 3 sliowt do not hurt ' T - M.XCi- I . . , .. ?. , ... .... - Nvn'l -t Aku I'ir laCK Ol IX.X'-IS. IU '"-.; ... KMIKM-'eKIt !... V- d() a,jm j thcrc J, a Sh'-lftagC Of it t . .;,- I---.. 1, . ia pa t ifti rnurr in.iiiir lain .1 : f i r-.iu v; i to a t -r Mon .how tiun now ?.'.i!iH s..i h in Pecos Fin'.ey Mel n.tii.ie, Kiko Martin.', whool. lie. led the Border ( on- PorUk-s. Ots Sl'.ows. !'rr:s (Tucker) ffrnre in scoring In 1939 with R.t. hie and Sims are In Tex Wood! Bob Sims anJ Joe Jack- ,Vfrie Pr jame. He as and Shows is in Colorado. on the ,g kctball programs that ea 1 1 r! name f.hv-rs How tood a bout prondsm That was th best tram I ever touched." Ilinrs said In rrcallinc tis years as lied mentor at New Melco Slate (then New Mexico A AM). J lines pr.iiu his er.t.re J0urn.1l Speci.il 1.A-; VrClAS - V.-rn R rn.' cf t! s'..i'.e's ! " r t e: -, has t ..V- : ( v. r th; n ; re-it cf tie V'"'' V. h -r a-' -r a f- 1 ti in loA ;.r K : h iti'.y l.-ei M t . . . . ... I I. I- . I ir J e ) ' ' 1 ' " ' 1 1 1 . . v j r J a v il r;. 1. .1 j:e..r t f. I cf w .!'. r 1 ' ..) t f'-a- S.r. e t'.. n h l'-.n k-,. k' ! t'f 21 (f the Ti-I KeT the l it-r t .1 . T :. d 711 I t S n M,i-t l.i.r.-i ;n A.b.i'i : t Tr-..-714 it th .f;!y Siit.ct: tf 1 7' t' tr-e i- , ,. ft.TXP r j;.-! joo ' i !" 1 an"m rot as rr.ar.y Rmh Bllritiutrt hi list lm- V. , . . ' ... M " ' .t,..m ii-iii. r-Ti a. -iii. 1,. 1 iiT'-p,, .. -1 ci 1.1. 1 1. .i. 11 i.t. i. pr.fi.iriii to li.ts of praitire." , ' . f. . ... . . r .. i.-n n' :-imi ! i-r ;0 rather than nsk t) many ,ni, , , ,. . . . t, ti.ii ... ,,riird UaC f"''yx:,e' " '. V'n - -''' ,,J"! " .1,- .J "Jackson is the greatest las- I...l.,..li. .It... iliin a h il hn . i'I t- .1. 1 ,1.... r.-. it II . ?l i L. ...!. KM.'ati I . : , : ! l T ,-nii Th..mp..n a v."- m m.m, Vr, , - " '..rr : : ever had." limes, a retired ullK.illii.rluiul.-r "... '. . .. . . " V't I - '.'' J' Vtnl ?' .., t. . ,t, ,1 v t , ft'l Army " ' , . Al I.Jlllip t li4l-, li.lWI, 11 111 . I t, w." J.t'H- Itnififa '..-I- i-ii " v, H.."i b.n r. -te er wr- .,., . ,,a..ie , . - . !.-"" ..:' the TV f.rht :.-... . 3 I T... . J. ' . .. . .. . i - .I""---' - . " I Tl, l ... t ... ,r i I . . , 11 f 1 1. iv- 1 il1 .it; . , . " - n t... i. .1 .! a. ,(i frnin '" - i 1 ' '-'""i .,,.. I W... .r,U ...r.i l Ulin IN 1 i..v ..,;. - 1,.,. I.,,, j in lu-vt - - - -. . r.s-!NK i-,r, i r 7 c .Vrrw-M honors fur Finlcy and Jatk.n. At llthnd Bowl. !,r..thers-::..-..;;j;;-;!..7i- -;ie wa, ?ne of the greatest1 Larry anl Dave loathe,, t-.k ;. . V. -! rU ser.es was the rcm.t Car- , . t. loners in the An,, r, ."-: ' Basi.i.-Gaar Ortega ., i . .., ftf laeagao w.th Larry nett.ng . "(. k.m :ii s.i muld.ewcta.ht ln.ht nr i-.nioV All-Border-Confer-! :.:.in ;!:(' cf 2K ai.l Have- .... Kil....itir.4!t -. hJU tc.cr ...t... f,,r..r;1 u-ho was k ed otie tur.ea ,n naU,n dcath; r 1 .. : ' v II t f rnt t.e." I." 1 i w III n a!!'-y mc i 1 ! w rke.l ;n 1 ;.: 1-y 1 re R i i r..- 1 V.e g j f ; p "f ( 1. - k il..:. a f i :.. t -. r- New Mex.to, now resid.ng' ?! i i f-.e !.-.: t r i-.i r Ne .V y.' .1 s'.r il'.t -a A -- a At Vets, Bowl (las Vna. i; .'Vv :V,; Wtti T. i Bat a s t a hou.se rect-rd n , i. . r ..,-, 'w.'.h a 672 series and John .r- S I'. :-.te rel'.ed a K''.;5-t f.n;r v ,- u-" ii".- ?n may t f Baca's r : .v !' Domed Mm Faces New Vole r, CV v rt i! y cn e f f i' s 1 1 :;ve t! N -W Mrxlro's Veslers IS 111 hi.e Ih ir hind full if l.t'T -V p : t I'I a rrir tioMlrd br nulrh tar Rsy "Shrimp" nhinrn rerrnty. S-btn.n nl.t d a 2'.3 to bark ln-buk '00 fur a rrlr 1-IaI ft t. nine pin hnrt of the lion i.a :ri Art la! a v I- .a e . .! T. il:; ! t l.n 1 l-a I :r I .! i ' n la- -a- f 1 ! f. I : I i - A :. A -- It'' '. I f.... t i e:v t i ; - . t 1 r c ' '! .'lit .1 I I V. T ' - fr I1 1 v - A - -a . !.i- A t .: Vf !'--- I' v ( t t 1 ' ' V The r!.,:,.thy fir -b 'sports tv.-r.ts is t!'.iv: i If the evrnt fisurr to draw j.1,., as much or more than a non-I- ' ninm (i:ht. nut il on TV. It do brtler. and It wlil "' tlil KMin trralii, officer ere, added. The Aggies then called the esmen" w on the Border Conference championships In three successive jean and tied f;r f.tst I'.iT'e the f. '.'.owing brrjk the monotony of boning. It will al" draw nnn boxlnc T was the talle'd man on the tram at six foo(-i, but we had lo.id material and a good couth."' CtM I , -v y..''' fan to the IV audirnre and 'i,:,'iit hold Mtme of them I.''--'.'. thronth rommrrrblt pluitlnt! Jackson, a tat police ra vv uprominc TV H:hK onrraSor in AlbtiT-ierque. le- : The tv..? i-tbak suffered Sieves the Acc.es have a tr i1,':,; tl-.rt.uglt t.-i'.-vi.Mon i.f an event not. h tram this venr. " ' " eth-r than box.ng occured s v-j "Th'-v have a let r.re height .I'.m rral years ,: wb-n the NBA than we had" .v ' "x r All-Star came was carried i f . . ...... I I.. It. a. !T,r- ::tZ7i:i - Vi; : I":::; ace Vf ; Fr.iay nht f.ht V-V l Ag ;C , ' l.l.urrt ct . New ;the manager cf the new club. 1 -. i i t, f. vi to Mil ty sf.t,ry TV . " , Mexico State Aggus in the late 30. is shown d;unin Other teams In the lcagu "va- i.ef 'at .e p..v , ;v;-'.. X P " ' IL V Mc" .-J; n!J time with Jerry limes, who cached the team to three !.re Jersey City. Richmond. t f II; , ' tS; iii. .V 'WK ' " : 1 ' iSvedc-Jtf Htrder Conference Uh,. JAP photo) iToSJu-n. ! : . nt S.,n M-.-.o ha. "V. ''J'!,! 'In.-.-,., High Schooler Better !m the court were f.o stars (oil onti winter . . . onnuol cleorot.CC . . . foil end winter . . . onnuol clcoroncc reached tc.tf l-.nes ' , ' r J I J o Ml. 'of the tfuirn.irr.ert. j ; u - i. '.V..Tr ;;" Vvr v" 1 -5 Canadian Indoor Z-Mile j Th(. Aggie were ym i'-- TI-, v.,-:;",-,'! n,r:,-iB..-l V' M:l D I WINN'IPECt 'f--I'.r,ie Ki Id.CT" 1 1 v t i fiTf" " ' I . ' -. l , i ; 'i ; a '? ! -.1 , ; w r i o $ . X f v i A : fi, O I f 1 si.. !- J - - 'a; " ; The Dukes are affiliated with Los Alamos and h KansaJ c Athletics of the American League. The final game on the iched ule is slated for August 28, another home encounter with Carlsbad. The All-Star gamo s slated for July 11 In El Paso. The Dukes Join Alpine, El Paso, Carlibad. Artesia and Hobbs in the six-man Sophomore loop. Montreal Given Franchise in IL NEW YORK The Mon-.real franchise in the Inter national Baseball League wis moved to Syracuse by the '. leafae'i board of directors. -''ft . 1 The change will be effective at once. The upstate New York team has been in and out of the International, baseball's oldest minor league, since 1884. It last was in the eight-club cir cuit in 1935, Syracuse will have a full working agreement with tha M.nr.ctota Twins cf the American League and will train at Fernand.na Beach. Fla. Tommy Richardson, president cf the league, said thi club will be community owned, as are the franchi.e at Buffalo, Columbus and R.xhester. Gene Verb'e, a former major league Ir.fielder, I kely will bs !!. ' cf 1 rv :: r ' ' '- ' n . r ?? n lad s'l ! I-.. T! y w ,;i v.t ifii: J:2 r. '.' n I . -, I i .. 1 1 I ait.. ? i : .ra ti n r f a i C C,"e a r r .C-:::i 'a- Valley (;..!.! Pairi.;s'fJurejftn Wif.S Mile RlM e'ern t .? v .1 1 I t h '' 1 1 it : n i :? : !..: la.,,. sr.try. A i h. - .: ? in f r .r : ; J l.tc force I a '-f.nd ; t;;a cvin !'; :ii,'i a $M m il -n (ir 1 pr pc 4I was : pr vd w ira by a n-ag n i-arly 4 t . I. Tne SiV.H ' i-:'.(ive. rv en i I r is -a .'-h n uip re t ra" rf an- .1 tr ier.t. Th' Tuesday t re; ! w .'. ! -i";'ii,-e a tirtf : !) sMiga-?. n t..X I' 'I it tl. .t W " il l C it !11 CitU If ' ft t t 1 1 r. r..:;. 1 an sr.-jovi-innt zm uvcr new ieaiana our er;i li- rt l'.ni!o::. a 1 1 average b iw It from tl.ii'tip, -.I'fd a C.'7 ti.- w.th the he'p cf a new l .whr.g bal. 17 -year oil Toronto H. sh I School st .id.-nt, bettered the! i n i.' MEI.BOIT.NE. A u sir ill a! Canadian In. t At'CKI.AND. New Zealand Sat ic. h. v w: , i n. ,.i tj , r n.4 ,i. in R 9 ... I 1 , il .. il ."il i1. IH. ,,.1.1 dged out Peter St'II. New; .Zealar.ra Fco-mrt 111,1,4 .v riw- i:,a, r. r .hamri'"!. l'.v Inches Saturday the final 17 laps of the 22-lap ..n r 'e l a 18. triplicate n in (,xK!-time L,i r 2-miie record ' ( -f - R" F.metMm and tie- . . . . f.. 1-J iti rt-Tivcir. Mil Ijiverl nr.ewas cukk"h - - ------1 w i.l r.ect M uuhiy f-.r the Aus-, ...... ' KidJ. wh w. n In 8 3 2 at ,'" , Olyrr-Pic Boston two weeks ago. led for , , , I iiilC VlitJ a li.itiu.iU s-i r j" . fine MEN'S WEAR at ...1 . .. ... ..:....- 1 a.- V.rn.n.. I-.fr n -i . . t". .. "i .,1.1 n n n.viiaii-r.iii nine . v .v " c, e a 1 n r. Iinn.tl w-rf r.f rha':i ie. and ' l,c -3 S,V NUi'.ls Scott of New Zea- fni-hed 1' Sirt B-.w-l, Ea'l R; e m.V.-.I , t- 4-7.0-10 Mit ,r, ii.l I"-" the field through the mnner-tp it. m.. 1 ... 1.. fir-t ha'f in less than 2 rr. in-Toronto, l r-:t e. 1 !.) nisi i vards ahead cf I-av, r f:i:r'in" t?,-,'.i u'.t. 1 ih.'.l.tr-...""re 6-., ..!..y ed It .rry, 6-2. t-4 1 l-tvcr. a joti'.hpaw, p,icd w t.t t.ie,. ,'h Birlcnn Mining On U-o .,n- r..ght KM did ' ' f.fth. Sr-11 was third a iti Mur- N'.- Ze.t'.uds M.irrav bandage... r,' r t t ' ! . 'i.t j r .nt "j ;r sw , . t vtoi.l ..e near- -!y $l 1 ch 1 a tnf it ir.tcrr d ,i" ler-,fi 1 r o-.-r !!5 n .:. n d ir- in.elvcl in the r,-w t.tn. coi.n'v r'f e als 1..1V the t.'.tra- il I 1 . i.. ray IJalb-r of New Zealand. Ha'.herg turned in the wr: O I y nt p i c J,ro-nietT king. 1,r;t in ic. r t-n-e with an S al 2 fourth. al Portland. Ore. ; B.il Baillie cf Australia was' junnmg second at that time, BITMR IN I (-11) wv..kcn. l In the third NEW YORK t - R ,:ht- Scott remained In the handrr Art D.tmar. the New 1 1 1 ru I ! M V . .-.1- 1' ill 111. v.-. n , 1 . -; . iii,ti' t V. h a-? t.i l.a I i i.ili t 11 .1?' '-) .M . . ti 1 1 lUM- a Ti ' 1 Jin irj !'ie I f" .'f t 1 4 car : c' n 1 ' m .. , , n n,t h" l - .- .na 1 .-.hi . .. i.iv.i naartcr. gh tux l. rda are ? ' ; . - , f Sea I until the tun Jan. when he York Yankee.' lead.ns? r.tcher . . . ... i-..-ifi-a, ..a. it, M -- -1 1 !:.! fi-w t ..n. . 1 ' Ri- Han k ii'.i stet'Prsl n a stake mar km? thr !.nt itni. S.t-tf.4.iv tm-.m. i',V.,''.iViii,-'l' ?, '. !,''.'. Jiass s-o',jrse and fell. B .rlfscn the seventh rlaver to sign with m.-n s' ..i,;im tan if iei-.. ' 7 '"'' then male his move, ovrrtak- the American uas and t . 1 f r w ih-..t c-l lo v .:.inr . w -.. mc all but Snrtl with . thu !axi-i.r. ,-'aa ai; j j. , u. Ttlr. tt.liUtilll Ktl-ltt A-.MK'ia- lV"aitimaVli, linn tllSAl, Iwl.lcrspf tht Pi2 PJ Nat. n,l I, . i.' tram n.' p... ti "jpaa J-J itcc l to i.i.lerwr.!e the tn-lA lr t.re rti"l rf U hnU 1 y pay- ,, mg th r im'.v) a year ft everything costs money, 'for lJfil. i-n.iT.ps for 41 y.' ir. IF You're Going a." ' - . CO TO AL'S FIRST! wllJivrndol I X - whet would wt do without you?" Your lecol Now York Life representative will be glad to give you more details on life insurance plans. SPORTING C00CS ond TOYS AL'S Alllr M. IACA jacx ttna MAiX W, CAIHOW miitcn Davis Ul A. 0.11 Attn iti j mui oust 1 riniMia IUCIM e. UlltH JR. A. ODtU MIRNINO MI0 t MlCCINf IINItr JA.AMUIO JAWtl r. RUNKU 110 t IIWINSOM JAMI1 A. M.KINCH MtOt.lCX W, MIADI w.wtNOiii mosuocx HOWARD I. MUUINt M0A.tR U M!U c. oaii riNcu HUMAN i. ROMU0 JOllfN SCMIIANI IDWARp O SHAMIR ARTHUR H USX JOt I THRIAlKiilli riTt TRAt MANCHCO UtA t- A. VICR NeW York Life Insurance Company Nt Mam. CIIh. T.l.kMM AWtttnt I JX)S III AS.mt h Al.a.aa D A. tna,IMI l.ff la.af ir, D M R,iai4 ftaa. W w,lk '.l Aa..t Awtl.fil Dlllatt 6.a MaaaaM OlWa M .., I'I Vv.ri1 Go-.o l-,v. O Anr.j,tt A;c,ji t lnwro-xa r. 30 ti-n CON T MISS IT! CHEVROLET'SX FEATURE-RAMA esseMi AWAak- - I chMihtyn OXC'.t-!i1?tlt rvtu ror -:i 1 I Den t M is J STARRING THE SUIY-ONEderful CHEVROLET january 39.h thru iibruasy 4.n J SAM MAT10 St AM I 2411 ED BLACK'S CM1VI01IT C1NTU lz: iU gjjXj Ut. I 1C0Z 70 to .rr--'i?.'- Vr .- wanHe -;1 307370 :r-".:r::aa, Brands you'll be proud to wear! SUITS SPORT COATS e SLACKS TOP COATS OUTER WEAR SWEATERS FURNISHINGS ' ROBES DRESS e SPORT SHIRTS t?Jr"r;:r; PLUS . . . tna finest f.ttin) service round anywhere ... No Charge for Alterations! I llf CINTIAt DOWNTOWN ohh mioat iviNttas CkR'tj Att.s Atilb OPtN Til. f MON. th,. Ml. mitis Matt NI At S 447J

Clipped articles people have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 22,300+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free