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1 THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 27, 1047 I i r J New York Wins Golf tor Lesley Cup GARDEN CITY. N. Y.. Sept. 26 (AP. New York won the third round cf th Lesley Cup matches at the Garden City Golf Club today a singles competition with 18 points to f-r-isli with a tw-day total of 50 points. Massachusetts, which finished sec-end today with 15 points, was second in the overall competition with 40. Pennsylvania and the Quebec team tr.ished all (square at 30 points each. tsrrund H Drigga. Jr.. M. Y . 2: Robert W. Kr.f . Mass . 0. W B. McCuilourh. Jr.. ps-.n . 1 . Out Pro'iand. Que . 5 Itr S'TUtn o L. Jr.. N Y., I: John Chew, Vaw I Richard T. Hale. Penn., ,; Ad-Jutor rviMa'.t .: - 1 Arthur r Lynch. ." Y . 3: J. M Batrhelder. Man 2. Via Horn t.y, Ptnu , 1, Bert Barcat. Vu . O x 5 Barbour 1 Y. .: Melville P. Mey-r !: Mau o r.ar.e C Barucft. Fsnn , l',: 14.. rr B jagves Wu . 3 Jams B H.fk Jr . N. T.. S: Howard Paul, Uaae . i Eg-m 7. Qalnarr. Perm , 1; Itobert K. v Q 0 Car; w T.rr-.pscr,. ! Y , J: PM!lp W Bimors, Vu 3-,. Jaf.n A Brown. Penn, 0; J. P. V-"t.' O-.e 1, Rcoert E M'-Ccrrr-i-k N Y, 1' Flmer Ward. Mae . 0: Ph..:p H. strubuif. Ft oa. 2; Colin aM-.ieir, ue . 3 Pfrt'ti t Furbe. K Y , i" Lionel MacDufT. Vw , 2 Cr".a.-.ea B Grac. Penn.. 3, Oujr L Fa e , P-r-v I HV. X Y 3; flriffln Fallon, llmi., I I H Mo.--.ar,. Penn.. 1. Frank Farah. Que.. :urC: N Y . O; , 3. Howard Muni;, r'renr Penn. 2, CtK..hf r M a Quakerlown, Ambler Victors LANSDALE, Pa. Sept. 26. A-.bler High School, defending champion m the Bux-Mont Scho-let.c Football Conference, started is c&rnpfiipn with a 44-6 victory over lUtbcro before 4000 tonight. Sprir.gnfld trampled Sellersvillc-Pc-kas:.e. 57-0. on the Pointers F.eld. Quakertowr. surprised by defeat-ir.t :r.vc:ntr La'i-sdale. 14-12, com-Inc from beliind in the last quarter. Earl Mundell scored three times tr. the Ambler victory", and Jack Rober'uson rolled u the same tally frr Srrinj;f.eld: Paul Thomas scored The v.-innine touchdown at Quaker- j t-7-n cn a short buck. It was the ! Q-.sk?rs' first triumph over Lans-1 cr'.c in 21 rears. I DcvleJtswn was beaten, 12-6. by! frer Dnrby Morrland in an after- r.ron contest in which Bob Smith rz-e-i 63 yards for a touchdown be-Icr; Jo; 'windish tallied twice for the Willcw Grove visitors. Ar-1; e- F". l r I. T I. O C. p rj. R T. P E. B I FB. P. HB. FB Batbnro Taylor Richar Barclay Tranaue Hame Fdmiton Wlshwanick Bptecker Button Jnnen "...ce V. .-a V. n F. i'-i A-3 r-3 FB Oro 13 O 19 6 O O O p.; FR MTORIRO: T"irhdna M'ind'll .rr,e B J-r.r.iP. Hire. RrsKtet Pcil.U t'-ucd? M.h:o 'bMfk. M'lr.rteli HATP' 'RO RCORINO: Huriet AXsUR FCRfTIT'. Hi-.-f H' r P.. iai NS riuper. Cirr,i. 4r. Teven. D Johr.ftm. j-'ar.k C. HAT30R0 SUBSTITUTIONS: Spfgal, I Ia-:. ! e'-Fe-k pot- Ppringfie'it t a -I. F D iti ; ?r-.:-h- I-T. Cannon; Y-tte I G. D.'-e'.p ' R.--erneu C Cek;eyj t--t: P. O. Prlrt I P T. Wi'kmsnn j y u-o R F. Watson j ?a-ro WB Rnbertson FV I 13 K.!r.'rlrk F f-rr. -l P KB. Farhes ! K"r-v- FB Fr.ll I ii -?t-t .. ft ft 0 ft 0 j Fr--r'i 1 6 in 1ft S7 I FCOR I?0 Touchdowns - .-rT- -r. F r:' 1 1. .arts: ?E ) rntr. K patr'ck Nichols 2. iwna Fo 2 toiicno ftm tp:ct: 3ier.t). C-aire: T''' : : ox- P Lan'ial I F rfmfh T T-a y'nt a J.t-f! F : . er h - - 'e r e- F -'o.'.ra V-:- -r ft F-re I-a"' - -i. AKH Jta-, Ti 2 I, T H .nik I o M r!'k r R -nbins P .' Har'tnan p. - Me'sa P F Noian Mover I RP lull! R HB Pvl.rk F B A.hrlrM 7 O 714 OA. O 12 "aw FCOR;Nt Touchdowns ri"rr.a P.h'a :ter toitrhciwh .-..r-menu LAPifDAtE KCOR-he-w-is PaV.-.rk A.brignt. tl AK- e"BI"; "ITVTTfNtV Dltte. G;:tert, M-yrr LANSDAI.F BWBSTITU-i vre.I- A ber'son. Reamers. J. Reim--n-...r-t. H-vDr, Hall, Leight. P. L F L T. L. G. C R G. R T. R E. ti L F:3. R HB. FB Doylestown Mccarty Kir.er Ten.ey Mills Rimer Johnson Tnom-r J. Wc.ock Furior.g Cli'bena Smith 6 8 012 0 O O 6 Touchdown Ar-.d.-f I- riir.ch:;! r-'ir t. rr ,r..:ig W ,r.-r. V;-pr N'are'.arC rXTLFSTO'N FCORING jD Rrr.:-ri TPPER MOHI AND SPRING --ji.cra V.'.ndish 2 DOYLF.STOWM 6UB-FT'TVTIO!? J M3tv::t. Gardy. Trout. -;-:;q- Fjr.k Evsr.s. Crv-.on. Charr-Serlain. Kc- 'n Brd:sh. B:ch. Ker.topp UPPER !.':RILA"D S JBSTITI'TIONS ETieirh. Ward. V Irfrriz. Long, Hughes, Barth.eomew. Rus-te... Syracuse Wins, 14-7, Over Niagara Univ. SYRACUSE. N. Y.. Sept. 26. fTJP). The Svracuse Orangemen handert K.sxr.ra University its second F.rsicht football defeat tonight. 14-7. holding off a desperation rally in the fourth quarter. . The crowd of 23 030 saw Syracuse srrre in Fix plays after taking the opening kickoff. Mike Scoba racing rv?r from the 15. But Niagara came r:;ht back to tie the score. The Ear'.fs recovered a Syracur-e fumble on the Orange 43 and thr-n a Jim M:X;nnon - to - Les Dugaiv pass brought a touchdown. llngton Wins PLEASAN'TYILLE. N. J SurhTiEton Hih School footba tesm handed a setback to Pleasant- rille Kich School eleven in cDenir.2 game tonight, 6-0. their' easa-'.vii.e Pv t v L T. I c F G. P T. R F Q B 1 HR. R H3. FB Burur.g-on - ' R 1 " . John'oti H.irns conw aer:'.cn r :-e F-a". Fe.. r ttr-.sr T irnto Kitlon Brca:ente Rail Gaines B-:krm?kl 0 0 00 6 0 06 . er-res:! -g er I-P-.y F.essa-'vir.e Ej-.-r,r:on Tcacrowns- Barralecte. Sports Results Continued From First Sports Pafe Independent FOOTBALL M 4. IV LINE IFAG4 F llistr Aiairnt 14 Mera'e ewtewn I -WOBTMta'T CONrERrM F Ra'saewbarg Tnrnh I RI-COI'TT l.EG1'E Fas:kre 27 ... Saleaa I BASLBALL FTC MORMNG LEACVF 1 see-rtf 2 . Trsnkfard '. Amateur BAEB.LL AM ATI t R CONfl vriC4N TOIIVIT Fe-atiac Motors Rat tie ( reek Se rvice BASEBALL Alt-4VT CHAMPIONSHIP rll Oessucs 21 5aa iiege lipiscopal Beats Bartram, 6-0 Jack Tompkins, Episcopal Academy's right halfback, sliced through c inter and galloped 37 yards for a frst-pcriod touchdown to give the C hurchmen, opening their season, a 6 -0 victory over John Bartram High School yesterday at City Line and Berwick road. Tompkins helped to set up the g une's only score with a 16-yard run a play before. Lafayette Roberts, sub I artram back, had punted from his 1J to Episcopal'- 47 where the Churchman's Halfback Rulon Eud) Wcthcrlll grabbed the ball, took scv-e al steps to his side and handed the plgfkln to Tompkins. Jack carried to the Clippers' 37 before he was stopped and knifed his way to the end zone oi the next scrimmage. Center Dick Schneider's placement try for the extra point was wide. The first quarter ended two plays later. ptscopal C .bit V right T iylor S. hnrider F amgan T lompioa P mnelii S' all w thtrlil T- mpkms S eicrt Poii. L E L T. l a. c no. R T. R K. B L HB. P. HB. FB. O 0 6 O Bartram Kerf ides J. Coetelas Conlan Temple OMt Philllpa Podden Cooper Lan Draper Pernio Bartram O 0 0 6 FPI3C0PAL SCORING Touchdown: Tomp- aPISCOPAL FT BSTTTUTF.S Endl, Robina Jr ilea, tacaiea, Borda. Purat, (uardn. Wasser- m m. capper: renter;". Fall. Medford: back. Liitlewood. Catlett, Hurlubut, 8herk. Jrleas, Si uih. BARTRAM SUBSTITUTES End. Vitnola. ffrntt. Robinson, tackiea. N. Cottaian. Rlchardu: ki.ard Martin, Andrews: center. Mulr; bark, .-.i lats. i:irley, laventure, Roberta, WlUlimi, V; l. Finio. ReJertt Weller. Temple. Umpire MacBeth, Ci rnell Head linesman CahlU, Holy Croea. r'lfid Judie cllne, lemplt. Franklin Bows To Allentown ALLENTOWN. Pa., Sept. 26. Al-Ifntown High School checked in w.th its 19th successive football vic-t( ry tonight, a 39-0 triumph over Philadelphia Benjamin Franklin High before 8000 in Jack Cof field S adium. Allentown took the kickoff and in eUht plays scored a touchdown, Dex piussed three yards to Schwartz. Two touchdowns were tallied in tl e second period, Heckman plunged 2 yards Rnd Daskilos cut off tackle fcr another. Other touchdowns w?re made by Gentile, Hushkek and Horn. Allentowa Po. Ben Franklin F. d I. K Srhwartl St II L T Hlonaker 31 rerman I. a. A.berti-on Bl w C Evrard Fli iier R O. McCladerty (rrr.aa R T. Cauium ic itt R E. Reeae Onnadr 4 B Dex Batter L HB. Albenile Joinston R HB. Kehnel Rnr FB. Daakaloa lie ri Franklin Al entown High Touchdowns Allentown: ka os, Heckman. Gentile 0 14 0 0 0 13 6 39 fichwartc. Das- Hunhkek. Horn. Po ntx alier touchdown Allentown Slennner 4. Officials Mike Llsetzki. referee; John Ul tssoott. umpire. Eugeua Miller, neld JuUg:. Vmeland Defeats VINN ELAND, N. J., Sept. 26. Vmeland High School's football te irn posted its second straight victory tonight, defeating Holy Spirit H gh Scohol, of Atlantic City, 6-0. finlr 6plrlt Vmeland De Hn L S. Mitchell Oa iagher L T. R'wa FUjnoida L G. Alexander Coitlm C. Tr.ivis D T?r R G. Cerone Fl: negan R T. Mannno MrXiHrp P E. Panichello Cu inihthsm t)B Leonardo Neemait L HB. Mnrcaccl Musu.rt R HB. D rmma Ite ir FB. Seaveiu l! )ly Pp rlt 0 0 0 nn V nelBiid - 6 0 0 o-tt .INFI AND CORINO- Ttirhd-iwns -?Jar-e(?i. Hor.V SPIRIT SUBSTITUTEH: ENDH Runte Hurley, tackles MrSnney, Cnyte; it-ji rds Lowe. Van Stone. Dormer; center Hf. mon: bi'-k--Daiey. Martinez, Taylor. VI! ISLAND SUBSTITUTES: 'i'ack.-es McDonald . rtavintl; guarrl" r,belmin: center Don-den; harks Alvim. Courtpa.-si. Refetee, Nltka; uirpife, iiiaschl; head linesman, Hann. Canislus Crushes Rider in Return BUFFALO, N. Y.. Sept. 26 (AP). Ct nisius College tonight made a shambles of Rider College's return to collegiate football after a 15-year absence with a 79-0 victory. Chet Kwasek started the spree with, an eight-yard jaunt wnich climaxed a 74-yard march early in the first period. Germantown Friends Conquers Bensalem, 12-0 Touchdowns by Fred Gloeckner and Ted Odgers in the second and fo irth periods enabled Germantown Friends School to down Bensalem, 12-0 in the opening game for both schools at Germantown Friends. Bill Sample's 15-yard aerial to Gloeckner in Bensalem's end zone accounted for the first Friends' touchdown. Frank Golder missed the co lverslon. Ted Odgers plunged two yard-? after a 50-yard march for the set-ond Rnd final tally. fn"! ( -rinantown Fds. Po Sat iple Ta lor F01 :ka Ft ro Ha .-ner I. F. L T. 1. G. C R G. R T. R E. en I, HR. R HB. FB. Dyer Aiken VanOrga.st Mullins Plumlett Koby Cam we, 1 Daley Dristo 0 0 O 0 6 O 6- 1 2 ' Go df r I rot, sins t Glr eekner I Sts vie i Od ;ers S'e rens B -n Salem G vmantown Friends f "OlTHDOWNP Gloeckner Odgers GF.R- MSNTOWN FRIENDS SUBSTITUTIONS Wit lck -r, Buckley, Lang. SePt 26.;i i ec prtei,,. Crxo-L -. kunii.jj wiu wtvurs A4- C4- Tlinmae kcirci Pjallxf ':w'"u' i i w i x- uuuj 3d Lawless, University of Pennsyl- va la Quarterback, stressed the im- i ... m . - , n .nn.. ' 1'" . lciiilc Ul team iixy uuruik; a inii.v j sr)nsored by St. Thomas More High i Sc hool Alumni Association last night at 47th st. and Wyalusing ave., for tomorrow's football game with La-Salle High. Other speakers included Al Postus, former St. Thomas More and Villa-ncva College fullback, who was master of ceremonies; Rev. Joseph G. Ccx, rector of the school; Rev. Francis X. Tracey, moderator of atiletics; Rev. Robert J. McVeigh, al lmni moderator; Bob Tatie, cap-ta n of the Tommies first team, 1919; and Rosemary McCarron, Inquirer sports reporter. Nether-Providence High Defeats Yeadon, 18-7 Paws by Red Smith to Jom Hays ar d Phil Tracy gave Nether-Providence High an 13-7 victory over Yradon High at Nether-Providence yesterday. Jack Ketrick scored for the victors first after a 45-ycrd drive in the initial period when he plunged from the two-yard line. Don Mc- Mchael scored Yeadon'a touch dc vn. Dobbins' Fourth Period oZyjlgrripte VictOT; Defeats Gth. High, 13-12 By ROSEMARY McCARROV i Dobbins Vocational School snached away a Germantown High School opening day football victory with a late 65-yard touchdown march and vital extra-point pass to defeat the Clivedens, 13-12, yesterday at 1200 E. Sedgewick st. It was Dobbins' first triumph in two starts. After seeing a 6-0 first-half lead erased by a pair of Germantown tallies, Dobbins surged back late in the fourth period. John Mazzeo, on a double lateral Al Kopenhavcr to Charles Lally to Mazzeo dashed 18 yards to score. Lally then passed from kick formation to Frank Hammond in the end zone for the winning extra point. Harry Hails had intercepted Don Handwcrk's pass and returned 72 yards to the Germantown 17, where he was hauled down by Handwerk, to set up Dobbins' second-quarter score. Mazzeo smashed center four plays later for the necessary yard. Lally's placekick was low. Germantown, which had seen marches of 55 and 52 yards falter inside Dobbins' 15 during the first half, hit paydirt with a 47-yard third period advance. Bill Lewin, who had harvested Mazzeo's bobble on the Dobbins 47 to touch off the surge. rounded right end a yard for the I Norrislown Triumphs ,7 -6 Norristown High School's football team beat Radnor, 7-6, in the last second in the opening Suburban One League football game at Norristown last night for both teams. Radnor opened the scoring after an exchange of kicks in the first few minutes when Johnny Benigni skirted left end for lo yards. Norristown blocked the kick for the extra point. Fullback George Williams uncork ed a fourth-period. 40-yard pass to End Jim Coder which placed the ball on the two-yard. Williams, this time on a short jump pass to Joseph Genuardi, netted a score. The kick was blocked but there was a penalty on the play and Williams aerialed to Earl Joseph for the extra point. Radnor Po. Norrlatown P.eadie L E. Coder Pmlth L T. Antonelll TaraborelH to. nmanta Jolley C Capone tTnketer TVO. Law DeAnaeln R T. Mitchell Domanen R E. Joseph Dejosepa OB Coull Benigni L HB Bibba Paollni - R HB. O-nuardl D'Amico FB. Williams Radnor 6 0 0 0 6 Nnrris'own OOO 7 7 NORRISTOWN SCORING: Touchdown Genuardi. Extra point Joseph (pass). RADNOR SCORING: Touchdown Benigni. SUBSTITUTIONS: RADNOR Brown. Crutr. Dur-so. NORRISTOWN Haines. Lloyd, Butler. Referee Horner. Xlmplri; Stackowskl. Head Linesman Dcrk. Simon Gratz Jars Mastbaum, 19-7 Simon Gratz High, with Lcs Graves scoring two of the touchdowns and Henry McCoullum one, opened its football campaign with a 19-7 conquest of Mastbaum Vocational School yesterday on Northeast High Field, 29th and Cambria sts. Simon Grats Scurry Horn an Lash Hampton hmith Goodman Barber ChavH Graves Levy McCoullum Pos. Mastbaum L E. L.T. LO. Voc. McKay Thorpe Cnpone Baker Boizuckt Kuzyn; kl Kelly Cambria Schwarts Komucka Aiosi 12-19 77 C. R O. R T. R E. OB L HB. R HB. FB 0 7 r o Simon Gratz Mat haunt filMON GRATZ SCORING: TOUCHDOWNS! Graves 2: Mci'oullum. EXTRA POINT: Graves tp'aceklekt. MAetTBAUM 8CORINO: TOUCHDOWN: Tees EXTRA POINT: McKay (place-k'rk). MASTBAUM SUBSTITUTES: Ends. Hoi-ster. Tecs; tackle, Glrdier; guard, Zierler: harks McOInsfcpv, Dcslato. Thomas. SIMON OK TZ SUHHTITUTF.3: Tackle. Swan: center. Cairone: barks, Pugh, Koibush, sellers Referee, McOtll. La Salle; umpire, Kane. Loyola; b'"i linesman. CahlU, Pltuburgh; field Judge. Williams, renn. Swarthmore High Downs Darby, 26-0 Swarthmore High defeated Darby High, 26,-0, yesterday at Swarthmore. Harry Warren scored the first touchdown from close range in the first period, Harry McGillberg raced 21 yards for the next tally in the second quarter, and Rodney Bray bucked over for the third before the half. Bray went 15 for the final score in the last period. Dave McCann boot3d two placements. Swarthmore Po. Darby Pfalsgratrt Blake Vaughn Hours Barclough Pressman Patton Huey Bray McGliberry Warren Darby LI. Perna L.T. McCufky LO. Oreen C. Bridges R G. McBrlde R T. Labroll R E. Colman QB Martin L HB. Walker R HB. Tela FB. Craig 0 0 0 0 o 6 14 O 626 Swarthmore TOUCHDOWNS Warren McGliberry. Bray 2. Olney Triumphs, 18-0, Over Bok Vocational I Jimmy Taitleman, Bob Koenig and 1 John Urban each scored touchdowns as umey mgn ocnosoi Dear, dok vocational School, 18-0, at Front and Duncannon sts. in its opening game yesterday. After receiving the opening kick-off, Olney marched 60 yards with Taitltman scoring from the two. The extra point was missed. Bob Koenig recovered Bob Gorman's fumble in the end zone for the second touchdown Substitute Bob Wunder passed 45 yards to John Urban, the latter crossing as the whistle blew ending the game. Olney Pos. Bok Scalro L E. Moronskl Ne'son LT. DiLucia Llnd 1 O. Masclanlello Ganter C. DiClceo Yeur-gllng R G. Pits BHenagser R T. Litzl Turk R E. Washington McFar'and QB Oorman Urban L HB. alblo Koenig R IJB. Capone Taltleman FB. Cherry Bnk 0 0 0 0 0 O n-y 6 6 0 618 TOUCHDOWNS Taitleman. Koenig, Urban. Toilay's Sports FOOTBALL Sabnrban Six Abingion at Haverford H. S. Bumont Learue Jenkintown at Souderton. South Jersey Group Four Bridgeton at Cam-rten. Tri County Conference Pennsgrove at Salem. Other games Overbrook at Lower Merion; Rosborough at Easton: Media at Lans-downe: Clifton Heights at Glen Nor: Ridley Township vs. Chester at P MC: Upper Darby at Lancaster: Penn Charter at Atlantic City: Penniniiton at Valley Forge: P S D. at Consho-hocken: St. Patrick's at Downlngtown: Prospect P.-rk at Springfield: Perklomen at Bullls: Howard (Wilmington) at Phoenisville: Upper Chlrh-ster at Sharon Hill: brown Vocational at P. S. du Pont; Lamberts-Hie at Southampton: Collegfviile at North Coventry: Wyomine at F-t Greenville: Roycrford at Bovertown: West Pott-grove at West Reading: x-Lanahnrne at Riverr'dr: Gloucester at Collinttswood : Trenton nt Lawreneeville: Moorestown at Haddorfieid; Alumni at Pitman: Paulsboro at Clayton: Glass-boro at Merchantville; Woodstown at Swedes-horo: Morrisvllle at Prlncrton: N J 6.D. at Bordcntnwn H. S.: Pemberton at Hmmonton: Mllivilie at Ocean Cltv: Alumni at Cape May. (x'iDcnotes niEht unit. HEIGHT MFTINO World's ehamplcnshlp finals, at Convention Hall (3:30 P. M ). SOCfTR H. Ff. A. Sheffield vs. Kensington Quoits. B and Cambria sts. (2 :tn p. m.) CRICKET General Flectrlc vs H. M. S Sheffield. Belmont ave and Monument ra . Fairmount Park. (11 A. M ) The Lineup Gtn. Hlih Poa. L E. Dobbini V H. Martin Hansbury Oroaa Halli I.ong Rarnese Hammnng Lally Mazreo McGarry Kotenhaver Trestvilla Dartinh Ter.dier Harr Snsanerlla Kinderman Orimner Schuck Lorenzo Humphrlei Flood. Germantown Hlth Dobbini Voc. Sell. L.T. L O. C. R O. R T. P. E. CyB L HB. R HB. FB. 0 O 0 6 12 713 DOBBINS SCORING: Touchdowns Mazzeo 2. Extra point Hammond. OIRMANTOWM HIGH SCORING: Touchdown Levin, Flood. DOBBINS SUBSTITUTES: Endi Dtitton: tarklea ttchaner; guards Oargan: rentera Kiignew: bark Wcbrr, smiley. Ituggiero. CCRMANTOWN HUBS TITUTCa : End Vacca, Woodrlng; tackln La lireea. Philllpa; guardaMctJae. 1'eihanlan; centara Hutch-Innon, Mallzta; backs Cntrnza, DIBrlno; Handwerk. Malhlon. Strlckman. Refaree Stackowskl. Temple. Umpire Ran, Springfield. Head Llncaman Ilallnm. Temple. touchdown. John DiBrlr.o's placement was low. Early in the fourth quarter Ger-mantowns Bob Schuck detoured Charles Ruggiero's aerial, fumbled, but Charles Sosangelis salvaged the ball for Germantown on the victors' 11. Four plays later Bob Flood plunged a yard through center and DiBrino's placekick was blocked. Dobbins rolled for the last touch - down from the ensuing kickoff. Eddystone Beats Collingdale, 12-0 Fullback Bill Stinson scored both of Eddystone High School's touchdowns for a 12-0 victory over Collingdale High School in their opening Suburban Two-Four League game last night at Eddystone. Eddystone scored in the second period when Silvestri's fierce tackle of Joe Seefeldt forced him to fumble, the ball looping into the outstretched arms of Stinson. who raced 30 yards for try; touchdown. Stinson bucked over from the 5, following a 40-yard march in the last period. Colltngdale Monaghan Coate Worthlngton Ksrpalta DeVlto Wehrman ftpahr Knttv-elss ibson Beefeldt Adams O O O 0 12 Daeey. Col- Collingdale Eddvstone TOUCHDOWNS TION3 Eddystone 0 o O 6 Stinson 2. Irvine. Hoag, lingdale: Lane, Kelly, Dunn. Narragansett Results (By AP) HI $2500. clmf.. 3 up. 1 m. 70 yds r Dark Morningt Bernhardt ($71.60 $i4 20 $12. SO Aboyne (R. Duncan) -' - 8.40 S Of) Strolling Don (O Chains) S 20 Tima. 1:47 1-5. Scratched: Minor Prophet, Border Voluble, Angel Choliy. Petea Bet. 21) $2S00, clm , 3 As up. A f .: tiper Justice (E. Rodriguez) $6.40 $4 40 $3 00 Hopedale (R. Berrthardt) 8 60 S 20 Top Boots (T. Spencer) 3 RO Time, 1.:1S. Scratched: Argo Rouge, Cavcn-ture. Miss Cheshire, Sucre. DAII.T DOl'BLE PAID $293.00. 3D $2300. clmg.. 2-y-.. 6 f.: c-Big Heralder (F. Tobin) $4.20 $2 20 $2 20 Seconomy (C. Fve ) 2.40 2 20 M. Derby Drry (R. Bernhardt) 2.20 Time. 1:16. c-B-ach Moss, c-Clrcle M. Farm entry. Scratched: Orewissle. Little Bobby. 4TH S250O. Clmg., 4 & up. 6 f.: Sunnip (W. Carrol) $9.20 $4 HO $3 60 Edgar B. (J. Savarese) 10 60 7 20 Odd Ooeds (K. Craig) 5 80 Time. 1:14 2-5. Scratched: First Pal, Tidy Moon. Cyclorama, Ballyrag. BTH $2500, clmg.. 3-y-o.. fi f : Miss Yam (C. Rogers) $3 60 $2 40 $2 40 Count Kerry f J. Martin) 3.40 3 60 Easy Move (B Rodriguez) 6.00 Time, 1:14 2-5. Scratched: Chally'i Bid. TH $2T00, clmg.. 3-y-o.. 1 m. ft 10 yd : Oayr (A. Cam $6.60 $4 00 $3 20 Petty Ca-h (J. Savarese) . 4 20 3 20 Dusty Ribbon ( M. Corona) - 4 20 Time, 1.46 2-3. No scratches. TTII $2."00, clmg. 4 A- up. 1 m Mvrile M. (R. Bernhardt) $4 40 $3 20 $2 40 Lucky Irish G. Glcason ) 3 St) 2 RO Flttrbetlrd of. Unnegan) 3 00 Time, 1:5.1 1-B. No scratches. 8TII $2500. clmg , 3 s up . 1 m A: 70 yds : Ertasel (F. Sollmena ( -- $10 20 $5 R0 $3 40 Royal Memory (A. F. Martinet) 4 60 3 60 Block Buster (J. Dewttt) 3 60 Time, 1:47. Scratched: Chlcatrne. Oay Marine. Fair Reward, stmetrlca. Attendance: 6(170. Total handle: l 1 00. Returned la yublle (less bresk.se) i $371,032. Hawthorne Results .B7 AP) 1ST $3000, mdns.. 3 & up. 1 1-16 m : Stip nation tN. Jemasl S7. 00 S3 40 $2 60 Sunny Julie (S. Brooks) 4.00 2 60 Wonder Why (F A. Smith) 3 60 Time. i;47 2-5. Scratched: Westernalre, Pennstown. 21) $2500, clmg . 3 & up. 6'i f : Royug IF. . Smith) $10.00 $4 00 $3 40 Tasajlllo (S. Brooks) 3.40 3 00 Catrhweists T. Williams) 14 20 Time. 1:20. Scratched: Glider Pilot, Petsome. Gold Fire, All Free, Wilma Van. Tav. DAILT DOVBLE PAID $27.40 3D $3000, mdns.. 2-y-o.. 6 f : a-Wickers Wish (Pannell) $10.60 $6 80 $4 60 Brugoos Gal (R. L. Baird) 14 40 8 00 Jinkytown IT. -Bates) 7 40 Time. 1:14 2-5. a-Wayfarer. aW. M. Wlck- ham entry. Scratched: Ohioan. Outsklrta, Grecian Breeze. The Brat. Relgh Belle. Heterist. 4TH $3000. alios.. 3-y-o., 6'i f : In Bloom ( F. A. Smith) $9.50 4 80 $4 00 Sarge Bud (A. Skoronskl) 12.40 8 60 Track Ace (S. Brooks) 5.20 Time. 1:20 1-5. Scratched: Sweet Reward. Night Miss. 5TII S3000. alios., 2-y-o.. 6 r: Swirling (G. South) -$48.30 $12 60 $9 60 Wlthasiar IT. Williams) 3.00 2 40 Challoretfe (R. L. Baird) 9 00 Time. 1:13 1-6. Scratched: Pussv Willow, Beryl M . Hold The Dice, Riot, Night Tour. Barbarure. 6111 $3000. alios . 3 As up. 6 t : Ballna Girl (P. Glffrird ) $4 80 $3 40 $3 on in Earnest (R. L Baird) 4 21) 3 20 Fire Works (A. Skoronskl) 10 40 Time. 112 2-3. Scratched: Cherry Boy, Uncle Rob. Top Notch. Shut Eye. Thunder Holt. Dld- ernrt. Lea Flag. 7TII $:l.ino, allows., 3-yr -o. up. 1 ' rn : Bolus (3. Brooks) 7 00 $4 20 $2 60 B'idens Pal (A. Skoronskl) 5.60 2 60 Leavenworth (N. Jemasl 2 40 Time l .)l 3-5. scratched In the Bag. rrankiFii King, Dots Risk. KTH S2.i)t. clmg. 3 yrs. up. 1 ', m. Sweet Girlie (D. Jesaop) $3.80 $3 110 $3 20 Gratify (O. Giohs) . 31 60 18 11(1 Whl7, K. (A. Pkoruhski) 3 40 lime 1.53 2-3. scratched Inedllo. Main Threat. Attendance: 10.462. Total handle: RI!M40. Returned te public (less kreakajce): $712.61)2. Narragansett Card POST TIME 1-45 P. M. 1ST $2500, Claiming, 3 up, 6 f.: Maeline 111 Cais Pet Sweet Tide 106x-Wise Chance x-MaJnr Jimmy inn Daubers Girl Furr Dauber 1 06 Conservateur Czech Lass l!4Zig-Zag Big Three 109 Flying Hero Identic l!5v.-Patch Buck Grand Peter 111 Pressure 21) $2300. claiming. 3 vfe up. 6 f.: Elegant Lad 114 Silver Bwccp Careless 1 1 7 Wessex Away Yonder 1 lo Steel Relgh M. Longeine 3 1 1 Second Attempt Efhad 112 Andys Sis x-Shoot to Boot 110 113 ) 10 110 117 1 I I 10!) 1 OR-US 109 110 J ID 31) $3000, claiming. 3 up. 6 f.: x-Don Miller Cambridge Fair Sole Parate Oceania 4TH $2500, Errant Lass 109 Feni v o 116 103 Silver Rrse 112 1 1 9 Maintaining 103 109 claiming. 4 k up. 1 116 m : 102 Bel Mar Bess 110 113 Heather O.rl 1 1.1 Open Palm Llnwood Jack x-Miss Brucenttt 1 13 Play Pretty 120 lOSCharica Eennie 113 x-Daffydine ill sth S3500, allows.. 3 y.-o.. 1 ra & 70 y.: 112 110 Lady Pharlet 108 Good News Forward March 109 Spiteful Sue Fact -Finder UoVaicoeur Aime 6TH $7300. allowances, 3 Sc up. 6 a-Whimslcal 104x-Royal Fiu.-.h Lady Phara UOBlrpette a-Orsnga Blossom lti Bu.r.-Around Boxie 104 Helen Hogan Haitilrkle llOPaplla Ore Susan 103 106 f.: 114 112 114 1 10 116 a-Mrs. A. C. Rantioiph entry. 7TH S.'iOOO. claiming. 3 Ac up, 1 Spanish Uhl lllsvrngali Broad Davllght 121Samanad Mister Chat lllYGun Scgut.do Sombra 11.1 BTH snoot), claiming. 3 up. 1 a-Shore Patrol 1 1 2 Bullhead Dockie Ilia-Ned Canron Hasty Phil 11.1 Come East Our Victory 107Mcnlto a-A. J. Lacoste entry. X-j lbs. apprentice allowance. 116 m 113 1 1.1 112 116 m : 103 118 112 113 Other Sports News On Pages 17-18 Eddystone Pos. O'Neil IT-. Powell L.T. Palernft L G. Rnwles C Silvrstrl R O. ptt R T. Tobln R E. Nanlrkas OB Fmbert I. HB. Kaslnua R HB. Stinson FB. Slosburg Ace By STAN BAUMGARTNER Continued From First Sports Page the three-yard line at 6:02 and Sutton put on his magnificent run as the period came to a close. Opening the final quarter, Morrison tossed in everyone, but the Owls kept on going. Big Dubenetzky led an advance over the goal but the run was nullified by penalty. Sutton then came into the game and made a perfect pass U. Dubenetzky over the goal for the fifth and final touchdown. Tempi Poa. NYU I.ee I, E. Autlerl Packnwskl J,.T. Marrolina Kollbas LO, Contrancmco Timko Martinson Brunoff R O. Anton Callahan r. T. Lorenti tirady H K. Welnstem Nejrnan ; Novotny F.awoi-kl 1, HR. Fucnmaii Orscrk R HB. Mlllman Slojburc FB. Yaremko Temple S T 11 B 32 NYU 0 7 0 O 7 TEMPLE SCORING: Touchdowns Slosburg 3; Sutton. Dubenetky. Points after touchdown Nelman 2 tplaccments . NYU SCORING: Touchdown LorcnU. Point after touchdown Yaremto (placement). TEMPLE SUBSTITU TIONS: Ends Kwlatkoskl. Rogers. Smith Stelonisco. Hewson. Marhallk. Bellis. Zaborow. ski. Bonner; tackles Macenka. Harvey, Sho-lomkas: guards McCreary. fcsterly, Jones. Er- mnk. HHKy; centers Varga. Plea, skladany Burdetsky; backs Sutton, Glrton, itagmais Tryens. Bernardo, Dubeneizky. Feldman. Han sen, Lipskl. Beale. De Galls. Velth. NYU SUBSTITUTIONS: Ends Kleisher. Moudschein Zelgler: tarklea Oionta. fherlco: guards Su- kana. Plata: center Scolplno; backs Sarno, jaonasorsa. Kavazanjlan. Officials: Keferee Joseph Williams. Bnrk-nell; umpire. Irwin Weiss. Trenton Teachers; linesman. .1. Walter Coffee, Rutgers; Held judge, Ray Barbutl. Syracuse. STATISTICS Tempi NYTJ 9 6 3 First, downs By rushing - By passing Yards gained, rushing -Yards lost, rushing Yards gained, passing -Total net yardage Forward passes 15 H 7 237 11 i:i8 364 23 23 3 12 3 39 56 34 4 O :t 15 117 48 96 167 14 14 n o 6 31 56 21 113 4 O 2' 10 completed - Intercepted Yards returned. Punts Interceptions - Average yardags Yards, punt returns Yards, klckoffs returned Fumbles Ball lost, fumbles Penalties Yards lost, penalties . INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS TEMPI E NYU Runner Times Net Runner Times Net Slosburg 13 73 Yarcmko 10 20 Zawolkl 4 11 Eisenman 12 3n Orscck 4 19 Millman 10 21 Sutton 5 71 Sarno 1 2 Girton 3 11 Bonaccrsa 3 0 Nejman 2 11 Tryens 3 12 Dubenetzky 5 1R Palmyra Trips Woodrow Wilson Bud Kreucberg, Palmyra High School quarterback, slipped through center for a 50-yard touchdown run and added another on a nine-yard ofT-tackle dash to lead his team to a 26-0 victory over Woodrow Wilson last night at Palmyra. Ken Still, who kicked two extra points, passed to Charlie Oliver, sub end, 30 yards away in the end zone, and scored himself on a 12-ya.rd sprint, for the other scores. Woodrow Wilson Fishrr Van Arsdaie J. Terry Basile Campbell Scnnl O. Perry Dcmincl Otlo DcFir.o Kruse Woodrow Wilson Palmyra Pos. I. E L T. I, G. C R G. R T. R E. Q B I, HB. R HB. FB. n Palmvra Musalll Podesek Msrtuccl Lindli V.'llklns Weber T.undsedt Kreuchberg Brown Decou Still n o o o O 6 6 26 14 PALMYRA SCORING- Tourhdowns Oliver (for Musallii: Kreuchberg 2; Still. Extra no Still. Extra points Still (p segments) 2. PALMYRA SUBSTITUTIONS: Ends Oliver. Referee H K. Morgan Umpire S. K. Bartlay. Head linesman J Diamant. Frankford Whips Haverford Sch., 19-6 Scoring in each of the last three period:;, Frankford Hiuh defeated Haverford School. 10-6, at Haverford yesterday in football. Frank forr! Rhodes Mil Devlcsrls Fsdclis Fnmanski smith McElwee Joyce F'mmaro Markoff Be hen 0 7 6 6 in 6 0 0 0 8 HAVERFORD BCHOOL SUBSTITUTIONS Cros.ky. Mason. Biddle. FRANKFORD Yerkes, Everson, Foedich. Belmont Results fBy AP) 1ST S3.-.00, clmg.. mdns. 2-y-o. 6 f t Overpower ( H. Com best I $ 1 1 .70 S 30 $1 30 Saautatre I A. Klrkiand) 13 6t) 11 so Haberdasher (J. Jessop) 9-40 Time. 1:12 4-5. Scratched: The Squire, Operator Seven.- Five East. Forethought. 21) $3,100. clmg., 3-y-o.. 6 f : Flag O' Peace (8 Clark) $13.70 $3 90 $5 30 Supreme Mament (E. Guerin I 5.90 5 20 Princess Eire W. Mehrtens) 14 90 Time. 1:12 2-5. Scratched: Operator, Fiile D' Lait. Hamanasa, FairanfU. 3D $3500. clmg , hdls., 3 up. l'i m : Stampede II (J. Rich) $21.70 $7.70 S6 00 b-Snow King II (J. Mason) 4 50 5.10 b-Stlngprice (M. Fife) 5 10 Time. 3:21 4-5. b-Bohemia Stable-Aphelm Stable entry. Scratched: Bar Ship, Farsight. Boiled Shirt. 4T1I S4000. mdn.. 3 & up, 6 f : Saracen Miss J, Rlenr.l ) S4 80 $3 20 $2.70 Winter Wind 'J. Westrope) 5.00 3.80 Challedonion W. L. Johnson) 4 70 Time, 1:13. Scratched: Oriskany. Grey Atom. Dunntnald. Hrolette. Uncle Sam, Samaritano. STII 4()00. alios.. 2-y-o . f : Final Touch (R. Dono.o I $31 20 $14 20 $6 00 Salmagundi (O Scurlork ) 6 20 3 lid f-Frankly (. Jessop) 2 6(1 Time, l io 2-5 l-Snuthaniptoti. f-Mlinosan. f-l.ex. f-lonna Grace. f-Grey Town f-(iray Blen. f-D ictor Andy. f-Word tif Honor. f-Fteld Scratched- l.a chleueia. K'amnth. 6TII Tambour hep . 1.0 ono. :i Ar up. 1 m Cosmic Missile (J. Jessop I $ 1 1 .10 $1 .10 $3 40 Miss Klmo (O. Scurlm k I 8 40 4 70 Bridal Flower (E Arraro) 2 60 Time. 1:37. Scratched: Mahmoudess, Station, Aladear, Gillette 7TII S4000. clmg , 3-v-o . 1 m : Short Rfign (H. Allgaier) $10 80 $.130 $.1 10 Mr Pleat (A Delarkl 5 20 4 30 Frio Quest (J. jessop) 9 70 Time, 1:31) Scratched: Dicks Airent. 8TII S.'i.ion. clmg., 3 i up. 1 'j m : Bishv (E. Arcaiol $i).7t) $4 60 $3 40 Nick Kenny (J. Westrope) 7.30 4 50 Darby Danon (R. Nash I - 3 60 Time, 2 3.1 4-1. Srratrhd: Bright Gallant. Attendance: IH.ft'l.l. Total handle: $1,731.-2!)8. Returned to public (less breakage): $1, 471,603. Rockingham Results (By AP) 1ST $2200. clmg , 3-y-o.. 6 f : Sea crest. (O. Sheroskl I $a 00 $1 00 $3 00 l.a Mornlta (G. Hettinger) 6 00 3 20 Binge (R Root) 3 00 Time. 1:13 1-5. Scratchrd; Walkup, Bun Volo, Bbv Orders. Ghost Bound. 21) $2200, clmg . 3-y-o , 6 f : jih, j Strict h i J. Delucia) $30 40 $13 40 $11 20 Haverford Po. Kmkntd I, F. Chasleney L T. Smith LO Kerrigan ' Tucker R O. Dewey R T. Hnrkner-g R F. Gleg Qn Bvrnes I. H B. Drew Bear R HB. Dotierer FB. Frarktorr! Haverford School loo Flashy Flash ( r . Miindrni H 00 4 41) t-ouni i t re, j. rernanncri 8 RO Trace Time, 1:13 2-3. Bcratched: Herbox Chain, Miss Roseann C, Musical Kid DAILY DOl'BI.K TAID $332.60. 3D $2200, clmg , 2-y-o.. 6 f : Angling (W. L. Tavlor) $6.00 $1 00 $4 60 Gladanhod (F. Zehr) 10 00 7 00 Equldove (J. Humohreys) 18 80 Time. 1:14 1-5. Scratched: The Drone, Caste Mark. Duke B. 4TI1 S220O clmg., 4 tc up. 1 m. A 30 yds.: Shavo (C. Mullins i $22 40 $6 80 $6 80 Uttermost (A. J. Fernandez) 4.60 4 40 Celtics (M. J. Knapp) 8 20 Time. 1:42 1-5. Scratched: Alibi Ike, Low Tension, Merrick Relle. 5TII $2500. alios . 3-y-o . 6 f : Good Sweip (A Fernandez.) $3 40 $2 60 $2 20 Outbound Jr. ( F. St. John) 3 80 2 40 Gold n Glno IF. Fernnndez) 2 40 Time, 112 1-5. Scratched: Chaflie. 6TH $31100, alios . 3 up. 6 f $o 40 $.i Frrdrll'-s Pal (F Frnindr ) $20 00 Evening Filght (J. Huritos) C-Xewry Dee (F. Srlie.ii) 7 00 4 80 4 00 Tim-. 1:11 3-5 c-SMcboy, c-W. Adams entry. Scratched: Bolo Tie, Son of Tarra, Ring Carta, n. 7TH $2300. clmg . 3 A- up. 1 1-16 m : Ted Wrs ( F. Fernandez) $.12 80 $13 00 $7 20 dh-Pompaile (R. Root) 4 80 6 00 dh-Suncpnrk (J. Haritos) 4 20 3 40 T.me, i 46 1-5. fin-Drue heat for second. Scratched: Mai, Ooldbart, Hun Talk. STII $2200. clmg . 4 & up, l'i mt Lees Jacopo (C. ChafTIn ) $11 60 $7 20 $4 60 Valdlna Valet ( E. Jenkins) 5.40 4 00 Rath Rouan CJ. Fsplnnsa) 3 20 Time. 163 3-3. Scratched: Sea Raft. Camera Man. Flying Jim Attendance: 5104. Total tiendle: $413,407. Returned to public (.less breakage): $363,866. Ciartfcii State Chart Copyrlgnt 1947 by Triangle Publications, Inc. (Dally Racing GARDEN STATE, N. J.. SEPT. 26 FIRST RACE siv furlongs: chute; two-year-olds; $1650. $500. $250. $100. Claiming. S5C0O Winner Gr. I., 2. by Gray Dream-Lady Waterloo. Owner J. W. Rodgers. Trainer T. Root. starters Wt. P P. St. i, str. F'in. Jockey 115 12 3 2h 1 1 1"-, 1'i Adams 33 115 6 9 81"1 5" 3- 2' Schmidl 118 5 8 61"1 4 2b 3' Howell 115 9 6 9'i 6 '4 6l 4'i Breen -115 11 10 10l 7l 5l 5' Cafrel! 115 2 5 31 31"1 4' 6 Loturco 115 1 11 11 9 7'i 7J Strange -115 4 7 7h 8' 8 8 S.udcr -118 3 2 1h 2"i 9' 9" Stout. -118 10 1 5 10' 10'" 10' Martin 118 7 12 12 12 11 11 Miller -115 8 4 4h 11h 12 12 Oivens Mist O Dawn Doub'e Zero Oresfone Oallle Gal Dela Sands Attaflre Alice Thomas Hig De Ariel Brigade Ocean Home Emmeff Spring Magic Time: 1:14 2-5 Post: 2 01. Off: 2 02 Scratched: Stoney. Skydue. Polly's Delay, Odd MIST O DAWN dispored of ARIEL ERIGADE to take a clear lead on the turn and held sway under pressure. DOUBLE ZERO, slow to settle Into stride, moved through on the Inside boldlT. th-n was una! to threaten the leader while persisting in drifting out behind her. ORESTONE moved boldly to loom serious threat In early stretch, then hung. SECOND RACE Sit $750. $150. $: furlongs; chute; three - 00 Claiming. $R0O0. J. M. Cudone Trainer . Pomeroy. Starters Tree l and War Glance Regained Red l ag Wt P P. St. 108 109 103 113 105 1 5" 14 3' 4 '4 5" 1"4 2S A' 2 5 4 3 Lido Way Coralcan Sword 116 6 6 6 Time: 1 12 4-5. Post: 2 31. Off: 2:31 nana!-: t.t'. TREE LAND was not hurried while lacking and. iindrr extreme pressure, was up In linal after shaking off I.IDO WAY, was well rated and within striking distance of the leader, moved showing a tendency to lug In near mid -stretch. TIIIKD It CK Six furlongs; chute; three - year $300. $150. Claiming. $4000. Winner Mrs. S. M. Plstorio. Trainer J. n. Bond. Starters Maria wt. P P. 3t. -116 -112 -108 -114 10 9 5 8 7 3 6 4 1 4 2 5 1 3 9 7 6 8 5"4 3' 4 't 5M 7'-s gt.4 9 6 '4 10 In 2i 3 1"4 4M 8 h 7 9" 6'i 10 Newsworthy Tiger Mae -Jeanne Belle -109 Atomic Energ7 119 Pharanclia 114 Slower 115 sis Boom Baa 115 Colonial Boy 108 2 10 Time: 1 13 1-5. Post 3 02. Off 3 03 Start Scratched: ltockwood Betty Burgoo Toss. Handle: MARIA, forwardiy placed while under steadying restraint early, was eased back whil- be. Ing carried out by TIGER MAE, responded on won under pressure. IN was a forward factor In the drive. NEWSWORTHY saved ground on stretch and tt-ed. FOL'RTII RACK One mile; four-year-olds and values $2200. $750. $350. $200. Claiming, $5000 Winner B. f., 4. by away. Owner- Rarco Trainer Starters Wt P P Crowfllsht 118 3 Ltlac Lady 108 6 For Granted 113 2 Seremdad 121 5 Hairanette 113 1 Falselv 11 1 4 St. 2 3 4 5' 1 2' 6 6 5 4' V4 't 2'4 3M 3' 4h4 2 6 5"4 1"4 6 3 1' 1'H 4 Time: 1 40 3-5. Post: 3 31. Off: 3 31 '4. Handle: S144.147. CROW FLIGHT, rated off the top pair during the early stages. moment and outfmlshed LILAC LADY. The latter was steadied during the early running, was forced to race on the outside of CROWFLIGHT while making her move and was not good enough. FOR GRANTED. In front early and rlesdied when displaced by FALSELY, again assumed the lead when ready, but faltered undr pressure. FIFTH R WE Six furlongs: chute; three-year S25C0. $850. $400, Porttnora. Owner- $250. Claiming. $12,000. Winner - LI. b. -Helen Hickman. Trainer G. S. Howell. Starters Wt. p p, St. 6 4 3 1 2 Tourelar 105 Cork Feather 107 Pied Piper 109 Happy Flying 120 Panacea 114 6 3' 4" 1' 5h,l Off: 5"4 2 i ' 4' 1' 31, 6 04 '4. Ariel Song 103 5 Time: 111 4-5. Post: 4 04 Handle: $173078. TOUP.ELAY was allowed to race on his own courage during the early stages, rallied nicely from the outside when roused and wore down COCK FEATHER. The latter moved through on h Inside to attain the lead In early stretch, held on gamely and Just missed. PIED PIPER was always a forward factor, but failed to rally. HAPPY FLYING showed his usual speed to attain a clear lerui along the back str-tch. but weakened sooner than usual. SIXTH ft ('E Tine and one-eigtuh miles: four $2500. $850. $4C0. $250. Claiming. $35r0. Winner Br. m Star. Owner J. V. O'Connor. Trainer Start-rs Wt. P P. St. 'i '4 s Threrply 107 3 5 2"4 1 '-s 1 '-J I.eavetsklng 110 5 2 3"s 3" 2 Rose Of Dn-110 1 5' 4 4 Comic Ann 112 7 1 1' 2"4 S"4 Silk 110 6 3 6 6" 5' l ittle Action -112 2 7 7 7 6 '4 Floredna 110 4 4 4' 5 7 T.me: 1 53 3-5 (clear and fasti. Post: handliv. place driving. Handle: $203,820- THREEPLY attained a forward p.iaition command from the rail and after turning back win handily. LEA VE TAKING had no mishaps was up for third despite drifting out through SKVENTII RACE One and one-sixteenth miles- three-year-olds. $2200. $750. $350. $2C0. Claiming. S4C00. Winner Ch. Shop. Owner CetWir Farm. Trainer t. Starters Wt. P P. St. 'i ' Str. Fin. Jockey Win Place Phew Odds 5 1 21"1 2ha 2' 2 1' Snider 6.10 3 70 3 20 2 05 6 7 1" 1' 1' I'"" 2" Knapp 5 90 4 60 6 80 13 7' 8 6! 3'; 3' Stout 6 20 13 ?0 4 5 6h4 6'" 5'"' 5 4i 14 sneller 1 15 7 8 8 5 4"4 4'i 5' Turner 17 65 2 4 3M 4 3"" 6- 6' Mafale 19 70 8 6 5' 7' 8 7l 7" Rober-, 5 3 2 4 V' 7h 8 8 Wahier 2 95 5 (clear and good). Past; 5 01. Ofl: 5 02. S'.art good from gate, won Fearmenot 120 Laughing Br'k-110 Caliper 113 Theresa Canale-117 Little Pureon-104 Sara Buck 106 Canada 116 Wee Pelhy 113 Time: 1 48 2- drivlng. place same. Handle: $179 830 FE ARM KNOT was sent Into a contending handling and wore down LAUGHING BROOK The latter set the pace under stout restraint, but could not resist the winner. CALIPER lacked speed to keep up eaily, circled the field and closed with good energy. LIGIITH RACE One and one-eighth miles: ues $1650. $300. $250. $100. Claiming. II-Miss Careful. Oner Mrs. j. M. Starters Wt. P.P. St. '4 "i Four Scnsons-114 8 4 1"'1 1' 1 Imncnetrcble -116 5 5 51"' 4'' 2' Mug's Game -109 6 9 8' 7'"1 4'4 SuIkIuo 119 12 10 11 9'"" 6S Art Of War -116 4 1 4' 3;t 3' Black KniKht-109 2 7 thi 7" S1"1 rroud Pappy 116 3 8 7" '4 51"1 7- Boot & Spur 109 1 2 31") 6" 9'4 Tmcr Age 116 9 6 9' 10' 10' Mr. Flip 112 10 3 2' 2' 5",i Displav Fltght-113 11 11 101 11 11 Loudoun Bov -116 7 12 12 12 12 FOUR SEASONS set the pace lrom the turning for home, then came again under pressure IMPENETRABLE rallied nicely to show n front in early stretch, but could not resist outside In guild effort. Time: 1 54 4-5 p.wl : 5 32 on; B 33 start gwn irnm gate won nriving, place same. Scratched: Sailn t ap. Concise. Dunrte. Caesar B Handle $,'00 577 TOTAL HANDLE: Sl.295.162 KETi nNED TO Pl'BLIC eh iai re r AT HARD F.N STATE PO-T TIME 2 00 P M , F n T. 1T 1 I. 4 jrs A; up Clmc Horse Wt. r P. odds Rider Fsterlta 117 2 2-1 Stnvit Ascertain 122 5 One Sun 11!) 8 Col Steve 120 4 Frisky lira 120 9 Saralee C 117 1 Headovrrheeli 120 12 Ardent Miss 119 16 Worries 122 IS Bee Twentynlne xx1 13 7 Farmer's Girl 117 3 Kapniec xxll.3 6 D"on Cream x 11 2 10 War Peak 120 11 Brother Wear 120 1:1 Dunde xs.lls) 14 4- 1 r-chmldl 5- 1 Adams 5-1 Pnitier 5-1 Martin 8-1 Breen 12-1 Hsckcr 12-1 Gilbert 2n-l Gon?alex 20-1 Turner 30-1 Schmidl 30-1 Williams :id-l Buttler 30-1 Padgett 30-1 Miller 3o-l Sheridan I) 6 I. 2-yr.-or. Mds. Spec wt. $3000. Dutoit 120 12 S-2 Wilson Justice Not Very Much Toronto Chaljay Jerry's Best Steel Twine Code Light Fertile Lands 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 XX 113 120 117 7 I 1 1 10 K 2 3 .5-1 5-1 Adams Kirk Howell 6-1 H-l Gilbert 10-1 Saunders 20-1 20-1 20-1 20-1 30-1 15-1 30-1 30-1 30-1 30-1 Snider Adams Martens Padgett Loturco Padgett Snider Turner Breen Wahier King Chatter Lady Airy John A. Dreams 4 9 13 14 15 16 120 120 Grand Isle V.P.I. Clef xxH3 Franconia Bond 120 Iron Pigeon 120 3D 6 f. 3-yr . -os . Fs. Allow . $3?00. 8-.1 Pcdgett Shoe Buckle 116 4 6 5 3 1 Up. 4 2 3 1 6 :i Roman Candle Swing Tune Jessie L-rt Neddie (ial Wee Singer 1 16 116 116 1 13 mum 4 vrs. 114 si 13 i tn 1 12 1 til) 109 5-2 Wilson 3-1 Polk 5-1 Adams 12-1 Rnbrr-s 20-1 Turner Clmg $3100. 5-2 Snider 3-2 Hut Her 3- 1 Polk 4- 1 Adams 8-1 Tsds-elt 10-1 F.rrlco 4TII l'i m Aslral Jell Ico Ballord II. Pes RnmnnllS D;-ly Cotince Aero Jack STII 6 f. 2 $2 .nio added. Mbcdci n 1 Isabel Galedo Brandy Punch Picture Curd ciicus Clown Your Son BTH 6 t. 3 J HriM,kteld Tune Slltrh Hying Louis Singing Doll Final Curtain David T Okamsel yr -os. Garden State Slakes. 119 1 8-3 Adams 116 3 4-1 Padgett. 117 4 4-1 Saundrrt 119 2 8-1 Snider 117 .1 8-1 Maliev 114 fi 8-1 Hi .well 117 7 10-1 Lniurco : up. Allow. $4000 122 1 3-3 Padgett 110 .1 3-1 Polk 107 3 6-1 Wilson 110 4 8-1 Wnhler 113 6 10-1 Sr.lder 110 7 11-1 Schmidl 103 2 30-1 Roberts yrs. & up. Allow. Class D 113 5 8-5 Snider 118 2 3-1 Arlams 118 6 3-1 (ilvens 112 4 5-1 Kirk 112 3 10-1 fnrr 112 1 13-1 Slout an Donck 7TII 1 m. 4 $4(Hi:i. Amanecer Happy C Tacaro Briar Rvtlon Book D.sie Sweep Mcr.cara To Meet for Title ST. ANNES-ON-THE-SEA, England, Sept. 26 (AP). Fred Daly, British Open golf champion, defeated defending champion Henry Cotton, captain of the English Ayder Cup team, 3 and 2, in the semifinals of the British POA championship tourney today. In tomorrow's 36-hole final. Daly will play Flory Van Donck of Bcl-Rium, who defeated Charlie Ward of the British Ryder Cup team, 4 and 3. In the morning rounds. Cotton ousted Wallv Smithess, 1 up; Van 4o j Donck eliminated Dui Rces. 3 and 2; and Daly put Eric Green on the sidelines, 4 and 3. TODAY at 2:00 Phillies v New York tickets at Central City Ticket Office. 1470 Chestnut, Shibe Park and Girnbels F'orm ) WEATHER OI.EAR. TRUK GOOD maidens. Purse- jotno. Net values Win Place Show Odds 15 95 2 25 4 25 19 40 14.10 7 40 4 60 2 90 4 80 14 10 64 70 11 85 7 65 6 35 6 1 80 64 70 place same. Start good from gate. son driving. Pigeon. Handle: SQ6 940. year - olds' Turse $3500 Net values $2200. Winner Ro. c, 3. by Hccla-Permanent. Owner s-r. 4 1 ?' '4 3hfl 5' Fin. 1 1 3 '4 4' 510 Jockey St rantte Turner Ituitler Snidr Sheridan Win Plnrt Show 4 60 2 70 2 30 3 40 2 60 3 30 Odds 1 30 3 55 4 55 4 00 37 45 17 30 same. 6 6 Mallcy Stan good from gate, won driving, place speed ear'y. circled the field while rallying s'rlde. WAR OLANCK attained a clear lead Just failed In last RFOAINED. stead ed menacingly In early slretrh, then faltered after - olds Br. I., Purse-$3CO0. N't values $1850. $700. 3. by Chlcstraw-Lady Minerva. Owner str. 3h 4 l 5' 8' 9' 10 - Fin. 1" 2" 3M 4 5 Joeker G I vena Stout Win 9 70 Place shw Odds 3 85 5 50 3 10 9 00 3 70 10 10 Mohbs - Breen Sheridan Button loturco Campbell Sneller 2 40 1 20 - - 12 20 39 70 13 70 110 15 14 05 8 95 37 50 driving, place same. 6 7"k 8 9:4 - 10 Turner giwd from gate, won $167,043 the InsiCe of flint one In final furlong and throuk-hnut. but could not stsv with the winner the turn, assumed a slight lead briefly in eur.y up: t'llics and mares. Purse- $3500. ret Bahram-F'.y- M. Bux str. 1' 2-4 Fin. 1' o t 3 4"4 5 Jockey B ton sneller Stout Breen Martin Wtn 17 40 P'ac Show OrM-7 70 5 65 2 00 4 45 10 45 3 00 same. 6 50 3 70 6 tO 3 60 2 60 3' 4'i4 6 5 6 Turner Start good from gate, won driving, place rallied nicely at the right -olds and up. Purse -$4000 . 4. by Net values Apprrhenslon- Fin. Jockey Win 14 90 Place Show 8 20 5 80 9 00 6 40 -- 5 00 Odds 6 45 10 15 4 95 2 10 4 1 ' 31 1" T'ner 2' '4 3', 4' 5' Po'k Ma'tm Gilbert Howell 2 65 6 70 won driving, place same. 6 Hut tier tart good from gate, - year -o!ds and up Purse $4CO0 Net values 5, by Sun Meadow-Triple J. V. O Connor. Str. 1' 2 4 3' ij 5' 6 7 4 32. Fin. Jockey Win Place Show Odds 7 70 65 2R 60 5 05 46 75 6 00 23 45 11 :! 17.40 5 "0 4 20 Martens 2 80 2 50 ctnsueit - 5 70 Mora Frrico . Attains V.I. rv . - 4" 5' 6s 7 OH: St'-a. Start good from gate, won when sent throuch on the Ins'de early, assumed challenge of l.EAV'ETAKINi drew clear to and was not good enough. ROSE OF DAWN the stretch. Purss $35C0. Net values c , 3, by Heiiopolis-Curiosity w. thaw. Jr. position aid steadied, responded to energetic lour-vear-olds and up. Pure $2500 Net val J2500. Winner Lt. ch. g . 4. by Challenger rrankun. iTamcr j. m. mac. sir. Fin JoCtcy Wtn Place Show 8 90 5 10 Odds 8 75 3 85 10 05 4 45 2' 1"-j Bufr 19 50 1'i 2"a Breen 3' 3" Williams 4' 4 Adams 5' 5' Padg-tt 7' 6' Turner f 7 Polk - - 9 8' Mafale 10" 9' '4 Schmidl 8' IC1"1 Martens 11 11' Miller 12 12 Jones 6 50 3 50 6 60 2 03 101 03 40 90 11 20 134 05 41 03 122 45 21 35 statt. relinquished th lead while drifting out llie winner. Mia o GAME rallied Horn the ATTF.NDANC'E: 10,739 (LESS BREAKAGE), $l.lfi5.fiIG radel laiiclicaf 8TII 1 1-lft m 4 yrs up. Clmg. S3300 rrgasus 11!) 11 3-t Kirk Oil l',2 12 S-l Hrren Pia'tl 112 2 6-1 Strange The Demander 114 7 6-1 (ililiett Bunstortn 116 I 8-1 Lnturro 1 11 Be Back 112 6 12-1 Loturco Rockwood Argo 113 13 11-1 Roberts St. Lo 1 1 H 8 15-1 Gonzalez War Sword xxin4 4 15-1 Martens Rertgie 116 3 13-1 Mora Relious 116 5 20-1 Howell Mt Airy xxine, 9 20-1 Turner Darten 116 10 20-1 Jones x-3 lbs.; xx-7 lbs. apprentice allowance. Rockingham Card POST TIME 1:45 P. M. 1ST 82200, Buster Hope x -Dauntedid Hill Flight High Lo K:r.r Willow Tilenny Another Zsc allowances. 2 y -o , 6 f.; Its umlaut Maiden 1 1 3 Over lave 1 13 U. S. Bound 109 Brassv Lie 1 1 2 Sun Elsie 112 BUI Howk 112 109 109 1 18 109" 109 118 :o y.: 114 110 1 1 1 109 21) S2200, claiming. 3 y.-o., 1 m. k I Tigrs Gift 114 Harsam Kuikland 1 1 7 xx-Matador John Rube 1 1 1 Warrior Prince Miss O'Hogan lnSx-Nuciear Confirmation 111 3B 2200, clairtilnsr. 3 Ar up. 8 f.: x-Bolo Tie 103 xx-RIng Curtain 112 Respire Ships Captain Free Transit 1 13 xx -Good Son 112 111 xx-First Command 109 1 19 allows . 3 y -o . 1 m. A 30 y ' lo t Hair Tunic 1 13 1 o!) skim 113 1 13 i -Music Master 1 13 Dili 4TH W3O00 xx-Hciene xx-Gutinison a-l oiling xx-llcl Heau a-Mis. R Metcalf A Bennar Farm and Oran Lntige siobie entry r,TH $30(10, claiming. 3 A up. 6 Blenweed 172'aclUK Foot z-Stlnshnde lolliodos Oirl t : 113 1 19 122 119 x-llfltiinirr-I.ock X-Plckpoeket. 1 cut Pras Teo.lv 1 06 Poi t Chester 6TH $7300. Endurance Handicap, 3 At up. I ' 3 rn a-Gniden Thorn a-Grub-tiike nell-liie-Cat hippodrome c-sca Log 1 13 Vitlllnear 106 111 100 117 107 Waters A: . 116 m : 101 102 l and N ' Sea 1 1 6 Motno Flag 1 lo c-t me lip 1 o4 tteirade . KnluhL c-nlry. c-W. w. s cut i . a-.l I, M I N. Th. ma 7TH $2,100, allowances. 3 Ar up Song. me 1 14 x-Loiigiide Cold Blast 1 lib x-Oeronimo xx-Unfqua!ed lottpiiairs Own xx-t.:ttle Sp.M.ky fl.lSunalf STH $22110, claiming. 4 A" Up. 1 316 Brenner Pass 120 f lare Path Boy soldier x -Colonel Harry Green L.-g ' Chnht irierr Just John -3: x-.V xx-7 1 1 7 xx-Paraeram 107 Jnc.ipo-Mexico 1 1 4 Masterdnm 1 no Wise Tlinmle 12.) Its apprentice allowance. TODAYS THE DAY TMDII I IN O V STAICe RACE i .nil. ,f in I $25,000 ADDID GARDEN STATE STAKES C- tttrlongt tor 2 yeflr-o'fi RACE 12:3$ P. T It A I N from BroceJ St. Sto., M.; buses from 13th A Filbert Sts. a CONSENSUS Popyrtgrtt by Tr.ang:e Publications. Ina ) (Figures In consensus show comparative ratings based on five Dally Racing Form selections, allowing five points for first, seven poin a for todav'a best- two for ser-nnit and An fnr third GARDEN STATE MXRRS.O -ETT I 2 3 4 l.sterita Ascertain Col. Steve Dutolt Just ice Not Very Much Shoe Buck.e Roman Candle Neddie Gal Astral Saiford II. Rex Romanux Maclieth Galedo Itsahet Itrooklleld Time e.: lich Flying l.un Amanecer Tacato Briar Hsppv C 27 6 6 2S 9 3 2t" 12 5 15" 11 ) 21 14 4 27 6 :i 21 H 7 Pressure 20 7 S 13" 11 6 Cai s Pet Conservator M lngeine Andys 8:s Steel Reieh Sole Parate Oceania Don Miller 7 "27" 6 2 9 "is" 1 1 7 P. ay Pretty Daffydine r mar Bess Good News Spi'eful Sue I act Finder 5 6 oiesusuan Ru.'a: t.iir.d Helen It- gan 7 8 Scgundo Homnra 14 Broad Dayl.ghl A Mi:cr Chat 7 Dck:e 24 M tmtor 7 Shore Patrol 4i nr iMo T l.fk Aio'-ind 21 Iteimoa Pehaionc ' el Pegasus 22 1 he Demander 1 1 Sunstorm A AT H A W TltO RM Maimac 2.x Atrkx Lai 7 Poll! ICS 5 Tomoa 25 1 Lov Bridge If) ThunricrLii 2 Harvard Square 24 fchat 10 Cr.mpatrlot 4 I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Green Kn:gni Catpenua Chains 2 X s noyal Lover 13 Hornpipe 8 Fxriy Harvest 7 F.nforcer Jacks Creek Suy Guy Willis T. Uncie Rob Bene.-tt Bewitch Ir.her'.'ance firost Run vs::h p.easure I w.n Nangchick (Spec.a. lArmet Assault 3! 10 2 .x 2 10 FdticaMon KiKMing Frank DcicK.tte Be Faithful Plumper Le'.mruow Air Current Gams Miss Fluff stymie kl.p. Rico Monte ZS 7 e) Ir.d.que 1 V. ar Troph 1 1 Michigan Kid 4 Gainer Rosemere Sis Vcro Lumen 1H t Barn H B.ue Badge 6 I oaimeai 1$ ft a 9 e) ROCKINGHAM 1i BUI llnwk U S Bound '; Buster Hope Blenweed Dodo s Girl Port Chester 2! Matudor John Tiger's Gift Harsam Land n Sea , 1 7 Hippodrome 11 Go. den Thorn ej a Rsepire Sur.a'.r Pilate's Own Ttneoualed Boy Soldier Just John Brenner Pass 20 II ? IS 11 T 4 0'iod R Ing Curtain ' Lolling 22 Helene 9 Music Master 4 'lodlcatea aae best. Belmont Card (Br AP) FIRST POST 115 P. M. IIDTI 1ST $4:-)i0. hurd es: 3 & up. a.iows : l1,: Lonk Aruand i:i0De;m-s I."i f7-Boi,ed siurt l:uiz-B'-.id Mate no B.g Wrack 13fl-ttetu(,9 131 N:ght Legend l.lis-Half Hour l.m Fair Costai 145 Prrsepc.is 141 Pebalong 1 3!) x-Vallar.t 132 D Artagnan 1.12Tacaro Bunted 14S a-O. D. W!dener-C. M. D. W!dener-C. M. Kline entry. 3-. lbs. allowance claimed lot r'.cer. 2D 4ono, cons : 2-y -o : 6 f I oser Weeper llbOtir John Wra. 1 16 Yrrkleids 1 16 P.r'nreale 1 16 a -Cabins 1 16 Rerr.sique 1 16 Thtimis 1 14 Oa-parilia 1 1 o Qu.ie Alone 1 16 Pencil 111 116 1!H 116 1 1'i 1 11 116 11 116 109 6 I - 117 112 1 1 7 107 113 Oranr.n Smart Fddle Outlsnder Crayon P.ige Boots Oreen Knight Harbor The Kicker Peppr i mint 1 14 x-s-a-lrrawaddy a-iHootm-ade fjtab.e entry. 31) $4300. anoas. : Cass C; 3-y.-o.; Fsny Harvest, Royal Lover 1 1 7 Hornpipe U7xx-Mr. John 1 17Curialn Up 117xx-6ir Oal.aicfme 120 Yar.ke H.U Oil -Islander You il bee Nassau Dany Dip 120 4TH rh Matron: purse $23 000 adied: course; Stake, fillies; 2-y.-o ' 6 I Wlder.er Airosa I10Inheri?ai,ce 115 a-Romana llOs-Flvmg Rocket I'il Peace of Mind U9A:icxie 111 Ghost Run 1 2.1 Spats 119 Fu.sbutton 115Bcwitch t.l My Fmm 1 1 1 Vandesille uj Suilann 110 a-Mts. A Wlchfeid-Mrs O. F. Odun enTy. 5TII The Coldstream Hdcp ; puue floouO c!itd :t .v up. 6 I : VI itli Pleasure IllOKlng Dorset III Maugohirk 104 1 Will 11$ Rus'oni t-'iriar 112 6TII -Tha Special; purse $100 000 (winner ske alii, weignt I,.r a. l' m.. tm"l 126 As--suit 12 71 H The Manhst'an Hdcp ; purse $23.0 O addeu, 3 Ac up; l'i m.: Finis 115a-Rlco Monte 123 Celnphan 2d lOTPtyrme ItJ a-T-ilon 1 1 R Dar;el!ng lc-4 a-R N. Ryan-A Hanger entry. KTH The Longv.ew Hlcp ; purs $50CO add-d: Class C; 'J Ar up: 1 m.: Vertigo 2d 122Prc!ert 112 tqiianimous 1 1 H b.-F lishco 104, Indique 116 War TrorihT 1'8 Preserve 1 1 3 a-Pyraran:r 1 Service Pilot 114 Re'tntin 11T S'aee Fire 110b-Peir.il Point 118 Michigan K. t 1 1 9 Friend or Foe inj a-Gri,lett 112 a-A. s. Hewitt-D DJor4Jad: n-ry. b-F Franki-I entry. Tll $4,100; Class D: allews : 3 it tip: 1',: Canip., U lax-Fay Foo lc Iriar Teddy llls-Sr 'er m Chanleire 1 0M Tel 0 Sullivan 111 Bin Badge 117 Oatmeal 110 AnnlfH-p.iintch 110 Rocket Bomb 117 a-Silnt Lye 1 1 I Hir Hflu l'i Xx-Ham 112Vacsnctt lft a-Mts. F. D .Tsefihs en"r. xx-3. xxx-7 lbs apprentice allowance cla'.xefl. Hawthorne Card rl'T AP' first pnsr 3 P M. (idti 1T $2100. aaews ; 3 ai iu iu. : Camn spur 114s -0'fj M" ico 1 o3 Altdpenrts p 1n6x-My Orace 10s-M)nr Attack lot; Hasty Sag l)6April Din 1fi3Pu;s!-er I 17x-Mv Fs'her lllx-Thunder Eeh ti : J 1 up: 6 f ; I I 7 So Aatoce 1 17 Bracket 106 Bcrder Man 1 1 1 Totnt.s lOflx-Fnss Bsrker 1 14 Sucsr I'tm l't in 1 J ion 114 114 1"8 !il 104 117 10i 111 J17 ir-S 1" 11 1 1 101 1 1 1 12 K9 x -Marnise x-ftgt. Pice China Pnncess X-Sx Ifee x-D'inai,ve Civil oirl Ateka Lad Politics 2ti $2.00! alio I Lot Bridge Bronze Medal Thunder Lil Sly Tigress Last S'ride Paper Clip x-Hurl Hum Harl lu4 Cherry B :v -il a-ttuni, allows : 3 5r up 6'i f : lliunoer ti-.or llrCo-Hst X-Pyrietet H)4 x-K.ig'.Mun ) l'6 Uncoufllt lonal 1 I 2 Harvard Sq .are 1 03 x -Compatriot -Pairlria B. N;ght Miss Pomps 4TH $3,100; x-LI!tie Xs H:d D.tch Fntorcer allc : 2-y -o ; f - ' a-Ssfny First U0-Jsck (reek 1 1 . a -Shy Guy 117 '. 14 US s-Montayr xa-Uixiar.a entry. STH $3500; alioa : 3 up; J'i f : Money King Ailto Margaret x-Beneva Miss America x-lerners Ciirl 6TH $4,100: a-Fdiicstb n Proud Ruler a-Colnsal 2t :5 16 17: 8 i 117 Willis . 11T 1 '13 Mayfly 1 1 1 T9 x-Passagway l 'i 109 Hncie Bob 114 1 1 1 Alumlmo II lis; 104Brcwn Darre lot hden : 3 A: tin: 6 f.: 117 Merry Marcb lo iri3niecae f 108 Fighting Frank 12S a -Mr and Mrs F W. Hooper en'rr 7ITI Purse an ono added: Rawthorc Autumn Hdcp Ar up: 1 1 a -rimnt.er lie r;,itiiiul H!u ii i-s .lark's .nil Sir Sprite ! ud I". Her a -I ct tneimw I 'll Ci-liwal lot 1 21 Love sonnet ' 1 ' I lii'l Hob s PicH. 0 llOb-.tsfS l.r 1 I b-Faithfut More lot) I on I .o. ko.it s-n 1- a Hit, M glity fntf II r Hesdley y b-v.-ftlittsc Fhrm and Flsclih.sch FTtg-r'y er,(ry. 6TII .tooo os ; 3 At up: I Mr Dimiohn x-7 apeslrv s-Seveenieen Guns Ole 'isk X-F ortyso Afe 1 14 Air Current 1 no (lams 1 ofl x -1 tirkv Cclrjr.el 1 14 x-M.se FlufJ 109 x-Itiurrsi "Ws : 3 Ar up- t 118 1 !8 M-iln Th.-esl I I H Oiidor lo-ls-K Otirsb'.e II 3 Feather Up I I 1 s-vueeri Blue I I 2 s-Kliemeeeus Soy ' 13 9TH $2,100 Ooleni lai ( iirlner s-Miss Sonia Vrttl 1 tuneii v Rotst-meie SIS Betiv Van Twist You won't hrm to wait 'til next year to se Curt Simmon pitch. Com out and watch th phenomenal fir-blr throw his high, hard on at th horn-run-happy Gianti. This sensational touthpaw makes hit first (tart befor local fans, pick Koecher, Temp! athlete who made batters' eyes pop ia the Eastern League, will throw his left-handed slants in another of the fames against th New Yorkers. Come out get a preview of next year's standouts! Saturday, Sept. 27, 2:00 P.M. Sunday, Sept. 28, 1:00 P.M. (sfaube-heeeler) M.Y. GIANTS Tickets e ssl It PhllllM Cenwet City TleS.t 0r, 14fl Chestnut I el Shies Park art 4 I meal . 104 x-3 i os s apprenuce allowance claimed. 1-20 16 "" 1 MSB w 121 in 1 II 111 i : a m : 1H 121 loj loj 104 lot

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