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HOn«V iJohHKMIt . Hw Turn ITariliu«hl) ».-- · «»M1ful Abboy (Mir.o _,._., |(l Llano (LonidMl * S meklM Dial (Yorki , » Our Blm iHarrKri _..__. ]} ENMial Par* (Harnial 11 LOIU Imoirator 'Qrav l.oNi«HOT--mritij:!' Oood tpot lor aetlon «... i/oit In pholo flnlih H*lp« tnaka U · leufh ran Juii b*at thi top on* , Not lo bo oaunud out will lupportid nnnini- day Touih on* to flgur* ...».-. N*v«r run* tlwrn allk* *.,.. Should 10 thlt far rrnci* lo o*Uor ---------Att no r»«omraindftllan - - **· Hardly IroubK Ihll (Mil _..._ ___ 20..... ill Can't lakl It Mro ..... . rtnu/)N»n, a VR, r-iu.iita, AIJXIWANTKS, " * Rtr Honor (Valaniuilal , · Ol* Vl» I Loon) --__...,,._ 4 Viry Nlar Ilktim _ j 9 Blu* Dorad* (Tanliwtill M , T Bitula ITorkl ,.. ,_I* Hill Patty Bo* (Unidin) K ._ 1 3 Balm*. lOoldimlihi ....r."^,. w JjrTi a klary Uy Doar ICruaalv w^^.-..^ 1 iwHI Unrt (bomlniuti) II Air UaKlll (Uwlal .--_ 1 'IEv«r Dvllfhl IRutlarll t^. H not Tjl«ln«r IRkiual ._._,,,,...,.I il Bolil tail (H LninsHOT--i Kaiy wlnnir lail *lart -- b Appaara lha on* lo boat Danavroli* If rui» to work* COIMI (ran · lharpJIlbl* Bowoid in Ian two ila Workmi in good atylo Wllllm. but In touch ,,___ ttnor* l«it rai* _ ...,,__ I^Hlihod a lam* third «»« Alwayi lough ta latib ».,,«- Unlucky lo ioii laii Would nai to iMprova ^_,_. Fltum to flop _«^. M M E ilartir m th* rail .__.. ol( roctal raMl only on* hor*» ^ ,,, ^BagaBatfsg* VlJki Madi ILaoni . ffn, · LI 1 " T A 4 Ni . . . . . a--W MnlUr.lreln..! *n(FY UtnnsHOT-- HBOOIQtlrKLaV TR, IP. CUBKirilD AIXOWANCM. TH] -- --_____ 119 won lait d«iplt* Irmibla ___ -, }·] a-Or*y fimr (York) II B**l I* K*r to boat ...___.-.... »· Bitiir Wiapoii (Valiniudal lii Would r*ovlr* b*il raio .,,-_--_ 4-1 a*ol* Travli j[Looffdln V .^. H _^. M 113 Part of o itronf antry .»,,..«.»« Ba Iraokllikli ITanliurhli _,,._.- j i » CouK M pllMd too Mw _ a.j dam'* Appla iHaruialf) h ..- 1*3 Third In lait thru Hart* « ,-- ··] laiornl* 'Coital ·.. _ llo Chant* lop |o bottom ^.. to*' ^M^HSE 1 a BMHI I Viiiniwilai [QS, t VR, UP. ClUIWIFIRD J Hour Hlfintl (Skua*) * CrMh Dla (Harmaui .... in Naw rorul II IP*t*r*on II Blt.lif Homy (MaoMl . » fti* PI* Klrii lL*w|*| ,.,,, ·'Rivoll (fonidlnl _._ 11 b-Hlfh rhalk ITaal|u*hli .t.film Sald.(H.».p Only no*d~run~hla ra«« paptcroui ai thi lavorlt* .. Holdi a lomh of ilala .._. Cam! lo III! lail Hart .,,. Plni mini rail .«««..» Pan|iroi|i II riady .._._ Poor r***nl lorm Bt«bM a trill* ' Will n {.} M «·) t-l ... 4.1 ,, l.| ._._,,... rt* Iha HI* .,,, )· H'b-Palono (Tanlituhll . ....,...,, lit Btat tlOrnir* lilt (tart _ !"· J a-Ordaload (Toylorl j -.,i|n» Will Mid thl luhl Wllabt . 10.' T'Nvniteiwi ir (P. Morami) Iu Vltur** amonit ilratclira w _.^ 3a: ^··Wn".''.'^""!. TaYl..,..,., ...IISS yrtl..to. a. ,«. .....-,-.-._»».! hTttiotha'tri~trAl"Mt1"irilry. b-- H, r. A4b»*hMrainoii~'*niry,'" nlunt (Yorkl , . W v, M t«.« .1 trlpl*ral« (SkuMI _,. f Pukkha Poont IH. alortno) ___ T JtiloaorfM, (Harrlir) ill B*rn, fHarmatit « «. iiilnll* tVal*niu*la) VVW _ M .3yal W.h (Volikal ,..-»...,, 3r*-Apprrntle* allowanf* Halminir 1/lNBJtHOT--o-ACSIMlr.r, (lota for.thlra liralfht win . Bprlntod aa If routi w*Bt*d , to nnmi* off wlnnlni rail HrfM . 1} Oood ran on* back 11 SMOIMI In lait of two itarta . ! 4 Did not r*** lo *p*itatlon . 4 NlflMtMl lo b4*t 4 Dor** 4 Poor mud ra** . ^ Harriets 63 Tops Hogan by 2 Strokes : WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS W. Va. Itm--Unheralded Pau Harney ,a slender shot-mike from Worcester, Mass, fired i remarkable 63 Tuesday to lead the first round of the $10,000 Greenbrler Open golf champion ihlp, J . ;.;»,.,'.. The dark-haired former caddy fashioned his seven-under-pai round by stringing together elgh' birdies. It was the beit rounc shot on the par 70 Old White championship course llnce Ei (Porky) Oliver finished with · 61 In 1932. The ricord Is 60 made by Sam Snead, the host pro, In 1MB. . , Despite his brilliant performance, Harney held only a two- stroke lead at day's end. Right behind htm came bantam Ben Hogan, stroking his way to a great finish for a 6.1. And one itroke behind Hogan were Snead and 26-year-old Billy Caiper of Bonlta, Calif, Leaden: 'aul Haralr · Hoian __.. Bnaao ,, - ^aapir » llllnH . [wir __. ohBny Pott ,, Mk urout __. isry Playar~ ; _ ohBny RjvoUi __ B at Schwab , AT HOLLYPARK lm "Fwoi.'N, Mi rtlrfitlo ni; i /' i;i:is Mo«t Probable Wlnner^Tear Time In 2nd. Beit Bet--With Glory In 3rd, B#t Money Fronpect--Hindu Sky In lit. Win Parlay--Mr*. Chief In 5th 2 Jockeys r*"'". Hart in Spill Two Jockeya were Injured, neither wrlouily, Thursday In aeparatc apllla at Hollywood Park rite* track. ,. ... ... Jockey Tony ' Domlngues waa k n o c k e d umontolona when thrown by hla mount, J'Aoetue, at the itartlnc gate prior to the atart of the **«- ond race. Taylor Powell waa thrown by hla mount, Worry Manan» while parading to the peat for the third raee, Dnmlnrun tuffered a mild conciualon and Taylor brlnnei. Scent In 7th. Longihot Deal in «h. Special -- Sickle* Mason's Specials BMI ntt--Hft Huor I MM| rbin Spotut--Hall'SUo u Ia4, ClMkir* Tip--Oirll a. U lit, Hollypark Results , TIIMI :a«H. aentiMdi Pi«7 Situ* \ atar OuadL Air Za*. SECOND BACK-- t r |aoitii ftfrmoM. ValMliMla T.90 4 . 1 9 I TO nun Dam. Longdm _. l.ko a.to (pitkttpir Ni«» ., 5.10 Vim.! 1.J3H. a*ntcll*dj J'AMUM, "··Urn aiatoa. Pooh. "h.i.mW.n... , Con Cot, nuKl, Final cod*, THUD RACK-- 1 furt i, N«» onl I.SO i «.M Jj"l*» ,.·»·· _, H .,.., . ark*d Aetion, Lofitd*n 4,00 1.80 b*o Blrthdar, Pullno 3 M Tim*i 1;MH, sirauhtdi B*nk*r Vie. ln|aaarnlal, Ttu«k. Ntrnrman, Fraux POirRTH KACn--lA mil*) Motlll, Viliniuil*. S.if ·mil Star, Hku4 ... onlta Bam. Tanlauehl ....... ..... «.pu Tlmll 1|4M. Bcralehldl jiuiyal Boot, PIPTH RACF--« fwloKtii ay C*o Mai, Ham J4.WJ II,«o » 10 inthoi, MtLoan -_ 30.30 II.50 allgar, NKM .,_.._.._.. , iO.io Tlmil lllOti, Saralehod! Oanaja, Clno SIXTH HACP--· ttirlooiii " l ' Nam t.W S M I n 3.00 1.40 I.M I.TO , t . J.KI Bold Ruler in Entry Box BALTIMORE «tE) -- Bold Ruler and Promlied Land were 'ormally entered for Saturday's $100,000 · added P r e a k n e s s Stakes Thursday with five other .hree-year-olds expected to Join .hem today when the entry box closes for the second jewel In the Triple Crown, Still to be named for the mile and three-slxteenthi classic are Calumet Farm's Iron Liege, the Kentucky Derby winner: Qir ord Lussky's Federal Hill, the Kentucky Derby pacemaker; Roslyn Farm's Inswept, Mrs. Julie Schwartz' Nah Hiss, and D. M. Stable's Insldo Tract. With seven starters, the Slit 'reakness will be worth a total if $113,800 with a purse of 63,230 going to the winner. Unlike the Kentucky Derby. In which all entries are made on the Thursday before the race, the Preakness formally accepts entries on both Thursday and Friday prior to the event. I'm about ready to give up on Ted Williams. For a long time I've tried to explain away his child Ish tantrums ,and unprovoked assaults on writers and fans. I tried to pick out Ted's good points. But he apparently doein want anybody to know what hi Rood point* are. At least, h keepi them a pretty fair secret You doubtless have h e a r about the 39-year-old "kld'i latcit outburst. Pouting becaui ic wai In a batting ilump, h lossed his bat toward the stand Wednesday after popping up. Following the game, still Irko :hflt his average had dropped 99 point* to ,3TO, Williams wen ifter his old targets--the sport writers. . . .^. ...... Let me say I am not going out of my way to defend .the scribes. I have probably had more battlm with sporta writers In Nouthern California than any other man. Fortunately, I have mellowed a bit, and now count most of thrm as friends. ., . . , A scribe may bend the truth a bit once In awhile to get wha we term an "angle" to a story say he may "bend" the truth but to no more an extent than elllng a while lie, Sports writers do not write leu, Even In the case of an athlete like Williams, where the | boys In Boston «wm to have considerable Jiutlflcntlon for crucifying Teddy, I am certain they do not write anything about Mr. Curlyhcad that li nol a fact. · · · · * ; YET THEY -4 HAVK put tip with Wllllnnu' threats--physical threats--and his profane out burstg for many long yuan now. He put on hit act again thli Wednesday. As I wrote here some time ago, the secret of what makes Williams tick Is not really a secret. He Is simply « grown man, going on 40, who has not r'et gained the emotional maturity of many a teen-ager. The mere fact that he ha» battled with sports writers for years Is proof of that. Anyone with mental maturity would reallta you un't win, Ths scribe will alwayi have the tost word. - : . . . No matter what you do on the- field, hla typewriter can always make you look like » bum--If It wants to. On this subject, I might compare Williams to Klroy HInch. They nre opposite" to one extent, similarities In another. Both are great athletes. But Hlrsch hai the maturity and mhllc relations Intelligence to know you can't get anywhere by threatening .and swearing a writers. I have seen post-game atorle of Ram contests In which cer ialn writers h a v e declare Illrich Is over the hill, he ough to hang- up his cleats. I HAVR BEEN present at th next meeting of Hlrsch and th scribe who printed 1 those words The writer was a trifle em barrasicd, not knowing what expect. 'A moment later, he was down right startled, I'm sure, wher Hlrsch greeted him warmly, act ng as If nothing had ever beer written. The next time he sat down to write » game story, the MTlhfl probably thought to hlmnelfi "If HInch could have got under that long pass, th* Rams would have won. But he'i such a. real guy, I'll just forget. to mention It In my story," Not that Hlrsch needs any ilty or breriki: he'i still a great thlete. But It's so easy to have he writers and broadcasters on our ilde, you wonder about a man who goes out of his Way to make enemies of them. · '. DETROIT l*»--DlMlosup* that the major leagues' top batter and several other professional athletes In D«tnlt »n taking "tranqulllilng driigm" to MM nervoui tension drew koth praise Mid » warning Thursday from the new team physician of the Detroit Tigers. Dr. Luther R. leader Mid the tranqulllslng drugs Umt apparently have helped third baseman Reno BertoU may hav« ft bad effect on other people. He warned against over-tbe- oounter sale of the drugs often referred to M "happiness pills. 1 ; "Homettmee they aren't happiness pllli it alt," said the doctor. 'The drugs are. still In the experimental stage and personally, I think that any new'drug development must, be considered In the experimental (tage for five yean. The 22-yiwr-old Bcrtoln WM leading both' league* In hat* tine with R MS mark Thursday. He began tailing the pill* upon the advice of a physician during spring training. S U M M E R C A M P F O R B O Y S «iti i ii u -- iir M r.niitii -- JONES MW M4TIII ,, lOth Amirloin PEAIRS BROS BUICK "BUICK at Its FINEST" 6-uilxfi nslDofnlt Mllltiry'AciOiir, 1065 Cherry tot. M Mlii FIRST JN QUALlTYl , ·IrU 4* Tan Twoo4 Cowlknlt NrlN Tui Ctll 19.95 Nunn : Bush e uAioruut : ;' : New Tiveed Nylons! -. ·I. ',. Otfur Styla from *18' 9S . Available in brown and black calfskin u'ilh harmonizing Coolkiiit Tweed N)lon, Ankle-Fashioned ; f o r lasting good looks. . . . . . ' ' . EDGERTON SHOES ' siora for mm. .'124 PINE AYE. I S U H O W i P B U O . uti Muor »O.O»T CHMOI ACCOUNT -- NO HIIVKI CHAIOI Va June % .lulr l/li Au({u»t 01 Ull MIADI' 4.MONTH ACCOUNT -- AM Ml DITAItl __i.r Joha. · UM Why. i nunelatl. P' Tim* I iftf ( ount Dlam« J.to . . . . ...... 4.10 Clnu* Kid. mSVEHTH HArit--1 farUotll Mulllljofl, taniuthl 10.40 4.30 ripl* lay, Val*niu*la, 4.JO un Ply, Nrv*l ..- , Tlm*l IrlXH. Saraiibodl Ai IHTH tUCK--lU i"»«I it Abb*y. tawli JS.IO 14.K) , . . J . Co.ta ,...._,,__ ia.»0 «julua, HarmBta «... Tlmil H50. SIHUntdl III /IfI un or QuMn. V" »'» t.SO '.tin Inn, Bullfight Season at ·Border Starts Sunday · . The 1937 bullfight season at Tijuana will open Sunday after' noon In a new arena seating 11.000 persons. · Heading the opening day card will be matador Jual Sllvetl, rated aa one of Mexico's best. Also on the card will hi Miguel Ortai. a Spaniard, and, Miguel Angel, a Mexican. This year the bullfight* will start at 3 p.m. Instead cf the traditional 4 p.m. The cnang*, was made to help U.S. Customs Service agents keep traffic moving at the International bonier. Pie King Heads Field The Pie King, two-year-old champion of England, makes his return to the races after a two* year stretch In stud service, when he faces 12 other older (printers In the J7.500 Avalon · Purse at Hollywood Park todar Tana Linda Runs taut Th« * Argentine - bred * Tana I Linda 1 finished ' dead last In I Thursday'* featured seven furlong race at Hollywood Park BeautUllon romped to a ieven- length win In 1:322. The wlnner| paid $10,60. · - - - . - . , NEED A... MUFFLER? TAIL PIPE? ·I 101 MUFFLER SHOP , H.H1I OMst I HI7.IMI *.,' 100% -Dal«- Brown I- Motors - -M4I AjMdtM L I. TWO HANDICAPS and That £.1I mr// r22 Races Saturday and Sunday ^ Class Sprinters in Handicap Buses fo roces bolh days For Mhodulo in1 Information oall NEmloek 7-31II Features at nny tiuck n n y w h c r o correct to give..··; Sttt?£ to please People of good taste know it's correct to give fine whiskey on almost any ', ' occasion. And surely the correct whiskey to give must be Seagram's 7 Crown. : the brand that pauses more people than any other whiskey in the world. '. OF \VHISKEV .A.T ITS COVHIT, itt TOII cm. ILIIIID wiititr. u rionr. n% mil IUTIU-irinii..

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