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C-4--INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM t Bt«h. C«lll.. Sunday, July J, HUSfLiNG L.B. PLAYER 'HATES IT ON S.f. BENCH, EYES MANAGERIAL CAREER Forgotten Man' Marshall Yearns for Chance *^^ . _ .. . . . , . i _ _ , :.-,,_ ii.sM-i/n.r.' c - U n u l- H u l l i m n r p in 1958 t h e f t put By SCOTT BAILLIE SAN FRANCISCO (UP!) -- Shortstop Ed Rressoud, an artistic needier, calls oul from across the dressing room. "There he goes, folks' Jim Marshall is about to prant an interview!" And Long Beach's R t i f u s James Marshall, the forgotten man in the San Francisco Giants' master plan, only smiles and continues to button up the f l a n n e l u n i f o r m which often is just as clean a f t e r a game as bcforo it. At 29, Jim still is waiting for the great f u t u r e which appeared to be his seven or eight years ago. In the meantime, he isn't making any hones about "hating it on the bench" although he is picking up managerial tips from Alvin Dark. "1 want to be a manager . someday and I've really learned a lot from Atvin," Marshall says. "He's really shown me something about how ball games ought to be won. Still, I wish I could break into that lineup." Jim, who prefers to play first base, was batting .2RO v i r t u a l l y as a pinch h i t t e r . Of his 25 trips to the plate this season only two had found him already in the lineup. And even then he was a late starter. The regular first base job belongs to Willie McCovey, whose bat is supposed to make up for fielding deficiencies and several tangle- fooled incidents. Big Willie has detractors who claim t h a t the first base job should go to Marshall or Orlando Cepeda on a f u l l time basis. Marshall, a l e f t y , is a renowned hustler who gives even the most impossible foul flies "the big try" and is s w i f t and sure on the base paths. He also is a power hitter although most of it has been displayed in the Pacific Coast League. Jim goes along with the possibility that he may wind up with Houston or the Nesv York Mels next season a f t e r Ihe National League stocks its two additional members. "Actually, I'm not too anxious to l e a v e t h e Giants," he says. "And maybe I actually am helping them by being used sparingly. But I'm sure I could do even more if 1 got that chance to play daily." The husky guy with a scrap-iron workers' shoulders was riding high a f t e r 1955 when the Chicago White Sox bought him from the old Oakland Oaks. But it only meant the start of a long safari from one major league club to another with occasional stops back in Ihe minors. "I still don't know why Chicago bought me," Marshall says. "They had seven first basemen already." Never quite able to f i n d himself, he batted .215 at nallimore in 1058 then put in two seasons with the Chicago Cubs. In I960 he came to the Giants by way of the Boston Red Sox and batted .237 on a part time basis. This could he his best season in the major per- centagewise, but he isn't satisfied. "If only I could a c t u a l l y work up a sweat," he says. "Yeah, I'd like to do it even if in danger of m a k i n g a couple of errors!" JIM MARSHALL Learning From Dark p!it in Series Today (Continued from Page C-l) Pndres lined out. Ncal was the e i g h t h Dodger to be t h r o w n out on the bases, exclusive of steal a t t e m p t s , in the last f i v e games. Frank R o b i n s o n ' s 2 l s l j homer, a 420-foot drive over. the r c n l e i field fence, marie! [ '··' it a 2-1 contest midway in the f o u r t h . BEFORE it could be termed B pitching duel, the Dodgers struck for three runs in the home half on a bases-loaded t r i p l e b y John R o s e b o r o . Moon s i n g l e d , T. Davis walked and Larker, bunting, was safe on first baseman Gordy Cnlenian's error to f i l l the bases. Roseborn's l i n e r i n t o (lie right f i e l d corner bounced Sporfs FOUR-AND-TWENTY ROMPS IN DERBY "Pumper" Johnny Longden has things snugly unrlcr control as he guides Four-And-Twrmly lo a victory margin of nearly four lengths over We're Hoping in rich Hollywood Park Derby Saturday.--(Staff Pliolo hy Kent Henderson) f r o m Robinson and the fleet Dodger catcher went into I h i r d , standing. I Maloney was l i f t e d for a' h i t l e r in the f i f t h and Jnyi Hook, a recent v i c t i m of mumps, came out of the b u l l pen for- some more lumps in the same round. Ciilliam greeted him with a singled a n d t h e D o d g e r s turned a foul bunt into quick runs for a 7-1 edge. Fairly, with instructions to sacrifice. m i s s e d twice, then stroked home run No. 6 over the right field fence. Moon singled for the third ..,--., r n A kj WOLFRAM Globemaster Snares Rich Arlington 'Cap (Comp'lid From Wfri S«rvlc«») Globemaster caught longshot liditorialist in final stride to register a neck victory in the $108, Arlington Park Classic at a mile Saturday in the fast time of 1:35 2/5. I ~~ -----Editorialist, off at 70-1, duct. Time for the IVs miles a ,,, r broke from the outside and.was 1:50 3/5 and the w i n n e r . M O xavtw n took the lead at the start, paid S4.20, S3 and S2.50. " f : " rn " : ----- slr - the a.s] 1.60 9.70 ml'd urging Increased advantage. REE REE C. matfa UP a lot of ground In lair auarler Vrhl en culsldt. T O G E T H E R MESS look tcinmdn;} while on FIRST RACE -- I- 1 ,- mile. 3-ytar-oldi.-Love In Vl«* 3.44 _ C'aimino- Purje JS.MO, Top Cfalmiig 8«t Ri» C. ..,, _ J.iQ ~ Cft SSjOOO. iTogerhejTieii . . . . . . ne Wl, Jcckiy PP fin. Oddij LOVE if] VIEW WAS taken bick or Jakt, 110. Coila 3 1" 30.70 cac» In firsl furloro, rr.Qvtd ur to en: S3 Bernwood, 117, Grjfdrhi 9 2 : i i.60|ilde on (ar tu.-n to Crrf clear racing roo p n, 12?, Shoemaker 2 3i 5.40 loroetf to (rent enfirlno s'rclch and unfle ire Form, 116, Schein 1 -own Dlamcnd, 106, Cook ~. 5 _j-,d A'HOY. 113- York .... . 7 Vetjas Gdndit, 31i, Gilt'can -.. 6 7 ' t - _ _ _.. . Giormabcb, 109, Glisten 10 8* 43.85 coins lo lar turn, drew out unferlno Fait falo B!arlno Kwe, in, Voliks . .4 9 3.50 au.irter then oave way when -*· .""'" Mlxnwrjp, 111, Burns .... . 8 BroX« Dn. 3.30 in ilielch. Time--:23W, :47, 1:11'-S, 1:33, I'-UV,. SCHAT CHED-Narva. Sir Jafce , $42.40 S74.IO JH.40| SIXTH RACE- i furbngt. 4 year-olds Mlii Brrnwood -..- 7-20 i 33 and up. Claislf:«d AUawincei. Thei , s.tftjsaiidnrii.' pune j".ow. | tenner Donnelly ,«Scores Upset 4.33, / SIR JAKE BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPL)--Un- rated Jackie Donnelly of Bnf- used in-and-out tactics I Saturday night 1o gain an 'imcpt- split decision over con KE w a s well o ' a t e d in e a r . v j inleivcner. 1??. P Mcrrro I ' l 5 tft vr i j ,1, , . 1 :ile racing w.lhin rtiv'. Dr. J. Howard, _137. K MoreTM 3 2 5.7:| lOFK ana t h e VQCanL, iroved yp ilrono-Y 6 .er \, irty ,S_?nas, J/7,_V,inifl . 4 __ 3 ' ! 1 W i Hn^t V V e J R h t Championship. A a estimated crowd ol 500 cheered Irish J a c k i e the decision hlle w o r k i n g wa a;' quarter, 'UP Ian f e w y a r d - n'O com"n*-d go- B l e n 132. Ccild Hoi'ei!, in. Whire Nftit-nla. 117, Ohflvnn Azure's Orohfln, i!6. Burr TJ-* BisciiM, 132. Gn1fi1h- Time-:22i. .45'.i, : 5 7 ' i . Zoilo Versallcs. t h e M i n - nesota Twins' errant and erstwhile shortstop, said Saturday n i g h t he w i l l rejoin the club in two or t h r e e weeks if his wife arrives from Cuba in a few days. Versalles said he talked to his wife hy telephone and "she told me not to come home, that she's coming here" (to St. Paul - Minneapolis). 1 Versalles, who has been suspended and fined by the club, said "just a l i t t l e rest is all I need." * A V R U S S I A captured t w o titles but the United Stales was shut out in the 117th Henley Royal Regatta when South Kent of Connecticut and Eliot House of Harvard were beaten by British crews. Russia won the Grand Challenge Cup for (he third time in seven years and the Trud Club of Leningrad won the Stewards Cup. V i * ARGENTINE h e a v y w e i g h t Alejandro Lavnrantc's m a n - ager proposed t h a t the National Boxing Association hold a heavyweight e l i m i n a - tion t o u r n a m e n t if champion Floyd Pallerson goes ahead with plans to n.ect Tom McNeeley in a title bout. Paul (Pinky) George said "if Patterson fights McNeeley, the NBA should vacate the title and have an elimination." . -- l'rcng-|nlefvener . . . )J 1J J.M A TWO-CITY racing cir- cuit i n Southern C a l i f o r n i a was announced Saturday. They are the 520,000 Grand Prix at Riverside on Oct. 15 and the $20,000 race at Laguna Seca Oct. 22. * * * * ALVIN DARK, in one of his strongest statements since he began managing the Giants, declared that "we are playing terrible baseball. "We're just good enough to get heat. When we get some r u n s the pitchers can't hold ;lie i'_ad. When we need runs the hitters don't get Ihem," said Dark. He said he has no plans to shake up the s t a f f . * * * ¥ ARNOLD PALMER and Gary Player are red-hot favorites in the 101st British Open starting Monday. British bookies have made Palmer a 5-2 favorite in th3 field of 369 from 19 countries. * · y * PAUL RL'NYAN' of La .lolla r a l l i e d in Ihe second r o u n d Saturday to heat Sam K i n g of England, 3 ant! ], for the World Senior Golf Championship. ^ t * * MURRAY IIALBERG of New Zealand stormed to a world record of 8:30.0 for the two-mile run in an international meet in Finland. The old record was 8:32 hy Australia's Albert Thomas. * * * ^ BILL LEN01R will meet Allan Fox in the finals of [he Tri-State tennis tournament st C i n c i n n a l i today. j j j | w a s announced at the end of I straight t i m e and scored the|He held a two to t h r e e - l e n g t h ' S h i p returned $9.20 and 54.20 eighth run on Larker's double margin on i n t o the stretch a n d ; f o r place and Shield Bearer, sEcpNo'RACE-i'Viriangv a-year-BW*.""iHTERVEHER raced close Vo OH* tr*cm| their excellent n a t i o n a l l y t n l c - i to l e f t , (looked like a sure winner. Bui;$2.90. I WP"«-... I ''"» «-s«- T " ciiim-ng^g'nning *,:i e b«w*« hari M ..»d«n««i. . ,, , J _ . . ,_ ,. : _ , l Podres, a .310 hitter, g o ,!niobemaster barreled down! * * * * into the act with a single l h n t j l h e mkidle of the sLi ' etch t o ws h rloy Jonos came ^««j !,,.!,«, K^r 0 u/iii e 'iusi cet up in time. C r o z i c r o f f the pace lo win the S-WrjS^fVti. H rSSTM 800 Molly Pitcher Handicap.^ n*. »*^ - . \ a ' . i M . Galdcn Mel. m. Shse-n^cr 12 B t r , Mrr . m , t,-;, ac n ,, I E art The Pearl, 1 15, Lcnsiin 1 ' scored Larker before Wills':) usl P et U P ended the n i n e - m a n merry- l w a s t h i r d go-round hy striking out. v * * * LARKER'S second double and Neal's second single made it 10-1 off Roadblock Jones in the seventh and put Ihe Globemaslcr p a i d S8.80, for f i l l i e s and mares at ISa-.cJv Fc.'V, in, BUTJIJ imuuin uy *·/ ICII^LIIN OVCrl Mather, ill A Vaniuela [returned $44 pjid $12.60 and.Secret Honor. Chalvedele w as| ft T7m«-?37.':«·.,', :sA». vn." S3.80 and S3.20. EditorialisLjmouth hy 2'/i a 65 /ID a. 2 96 10' 1 11' n i? 2 W i r r e k h ti lind r-irinp i ·?·» (inlshid ilranglv when I IS Mi S C ^ A T C H L D -- B r l N s h JJM Hollywood P,rk Di.-by Ch^l c.l gei'uo vised 10-rnnnder in Memorial H O W A R D , A u d i t o r i u m . On a rounds basis, referee 2 ' o j M n r k Conn favored Donnelly, v d e ''fi-4, and judge Dick Fay also favored him 6-4. But judge ! \» iCrozier 53. Mel , . . . , , , ,,,, ., . i o e n e third in the 1 l/16-mile e v e n t i s t r t KKT . . . , _ . . _ iEarl T h e Pearl . ran in 1:43 ]/.-. GOLDEN MEL T-, . . , -- , rt c , on cn f a r o^lside The winner paid 57.40. 5'1. 80 uo m Ian it* Wolfram, conceding 10 to T, . . ,, . . , r . ' 2 1 pounds to six rivals, scorediand S4.60. Secret Honor paid;h2rfei n:) irom E ff T 3-r Dodgers in rhe double figure ' , . - , . * - · . !*« m ^ r,- j /-u i j*i I E A R L THE PEAF i r iu r r t u a neck victory in tne Sheeps- $8.40 and $6 and Chalvedele:,^^ /,, o 0 fe J.- column for the f i f t h , , ,, , , ,. , · i f f , n ^ r t 1 HO SCRATCHES [head Bay Handicap at Aquc-l$ 8.60. T H I R D RACE-SI^ EIGHTH RACE--* furlon ·anil up. CralnVng. Puri IO 3.40 Claiming (Viet S7,SOC. H.-J3 9 4 0 " C o u 5 HP Venr, 116. Shnerrakr 7 Tl 100 Gold Cover, 113. Hjnt . . 2 2 i adilv *h:ie A t a ' a v e r o . US. NC-/CI 3 3 i lurn, col Cosher. 11*, Gilligan 4. V c»r-«:d« Lou Goldsteir called the f i g h t in Legion Old rivals San Pedro and Wilmington, each 8-3, will settle first place position in the Harbor League even on rounds, 5-5, and on /\ mcr j can Legion baseball race today wilh a 1:30 p.m. back-stopping points, 5-5. 8 conn lime this year. Ncal was t a k e n out for a r u n n e r when he r e i n j u r e d his right knee. A s i m i l a r i n j u r y kept Neal out of 12 games in May. CALIENTE RACE RESULTS FIRSr R A C E -- 5 hjrl rr.Wtr G'rl, XloiS ... SMflJc No*. Medfri . .',Mii TlLhla, Cai^o 5.00 AB R 1 ...I '1 n .... 4 0 1 . ,, I 0 0 . . . 2 1 1 RBI E 0 l) -:S9'i. Scratched-- Go LHKt J3«, Mr. Ffubbard, BrEgoulis, N'ctax'n*. SECOND RACE--4 furlana*: Plcw. Ferguson ,,. 7.^0 ^ 00 3.W 3.60 Gold S''O . ,_YaVa . .......... 3 SO . 9.60 ied--Royal invader. 'i 1 Fc33le, S'-n^hine Tip, Lare Al b', 0'Vicrcr. fil THIRD RACE--I, 1 , miles: (.'Su.-.set Reinh. ·Vedii ' " " " Orr-invs Charm, Sokler Girl. NINTH RACE--I r, mile: von Con, PeltV 7.i3 Sanfale SP.I, Herrera ... Ccn-.u, Vivanco . Tlme-l:««i. Stralched -- ,.K3f Ttit Breere, Stormy S Fu.-.d. TENTH RACE--4 furlong: ^a^nan Bair. Y a k s .. . 960 Singing Van, Medina _ 2.10: rv ·* ; 0 Solid Flee*. Viva-ico :] rime--l:^ 7 ii Scratched--Madai i'"ii'e, Fcr Hire, Nn! Todav, Co^ir*. ft DAILY DOUBLE P A I D 5*7.03 0 F O U R T H R A C E -- 4 fi Time--1: lO'.i. Scrdlched--Ccu-.t Tcutw, Lady fanfare. 300; 5-10 POOL-1 S?S.6W 3.60 Eight ticVeli S wln-icri sl.4U.40 4 JO Cmo!a1ian "3 ticket! four winners Si»-M D v n a · : ELEVENTH RACE--I milt: Rlvir CalDMr, Andracfe 1 ? E O S 43 3.30 Huvar, Gfini.llci . 5/«) .1 JO Tcnvi Rec'tcn, Pcrrer^ . 3 dO T i r r c -- 1 ' 3 ^ far Screened-- v/m-iv R T W E L F T H R A C F -- S " ' H year-aid Coll 1 . . .. //Mn A a d . HI. Y w e i 3 imdler KitJ, 117, Lc-cden S A'.^nsplv. 117, K e v e j 9 Heal 'fcrn Sue. HI, Sh^en-lcr 11 S h e c V v G- 117. Gri1f,»M 17 Corcolin, 117, Vcljke 3 Flylr.g 5^B^1^, HJ, '.Vh'.te . , . . 6 H s w d v s La'iu-e,' 117, HMoreno 2 f'i 33,50 Musi Spin, 117, Hunt 10 !«· JV.70 V/ham, 117, Mnrfn 1 HI 63 £ 3 V/ingcn, 117, Camcfli _. X 12 41.10 Time--:2?'.'j, :4fi, :S3. 1'OJ'i Moon Mad ,, . 6.70 4 00 3.4» [mbler K i d 3.70 *.M, MOON ' M A D ' V V c e d " in'o "lead "on (,·-· t u r n , drew cul iieacilv it slrclch v.hile Lnder mild urging. I W B L E R KID clr^ed la^t while sav:-,g grcurtf, MONO PLY ihcrwi?" MS ' 1lo:i s l ( a / 1 ' v wh:! * *'""" S C R A r C H E D -- D e s i :v- O_-etT5 Soi. C' FOURTH R A C E -- 1 id UEV Ct9imng. R«e, 1H, H^rmiU ..._ 1 5' 3 50, X^ r / I r% I v^Si..^'-.^;"'^..-.--! |'H ,5.|Con/re//, Durade f ! v» *,}Battle Today in i ^3 4 ^ ] / Mnesc Tl^.c --:)?',t. -JS. : 3Jd 0« Vent . olcf cover lal^yero 4 63 COUP DE VENT adva-ced ilro;io!v J.iD g'lrr ooino r t^lr«/ne ou'tide on jlrerchj 3 J]' Iften' a?cvv «i? I! sfeidi?y. er 'oOLD COVER°! XJO npv-r rar o f t n,i;f, closed Fail between f-,, nr .. n 9.?0.hc'le? in ilre-rh. A T A t A Y E R O rrtrpd t -' Lor o e iOWiciose la lender! while on ojlside. l.r/iried " ie!v nilhOLo^ v,e«Ven;ng IRATCHED-PniiLeii Una. Riverside's Bil cnnlcst at Harbor College, i ' W i l m i n g t o n Saturday^ warmed up for t h e game hy ARLINGTON RESULTS from Los An- yclcs, who each won separate 10-lap feature races July 4th, square off against each other in today's feature CJA Hot Rod races al Western Speedway. Despite the recent rise of Cantrell and Durade, neither H A R H O R LEAGUE a/ . 0 0 0 aco n -- 7 7 1 101 000 3«-- 7 n 1 erd-n (7) a"d Anle^; d e f e a t i n g Flyers. -1-2, scoring'^ a v c n F -" s - _ ,,,, :JO M1 _ f ,, , three runs in the first inniiR;, L "f| : ,^' IM , ov ,.. 1 'J? on two walks plus singles hy.^'j^' ""'"" "'" "" leftficldcr Terry M u r r a y and'san 1 ."^ ^ C a n t r e l l and fjrst. baseman Roger Orr. I M W C I I ' I " ' ^', LM.a = -,T'R? 0Wr c c ^ n5 -- s ^, c »r..«,'' ; ?!2' !5S have heen able to break into * Tfl 7.JO lop tcn point standings. Jim Rossler, who jhasn't been in weeks, still holds (61 .ind Ht'ma.-.Ir. n^s KO Ml Ml-- I 13 iOO 111 001 9 U (7; R.-Llards fl San Pedro dumped Samuel Thomas, 9-2, netting 14 hits with piicher Terry Richards going the distance and b a t t i n g three, for four. First baseman Gary Carr provided additional punch with three singles and a two- base hit for three runs batted in. '"""IS rM. l h r c e wcek5 - slll! h n l d s a j a h i e d the former to gain f i r s t - comfortable lead with a total p , ace j n ( n o racc Rcsu ], s: Dodge-' Willj. EJ Gilliam. Ftirly. rt .. l. it e-W. Div;.. cf T. Dsvi?. r r - ] f V'irker. I n c-\VinrJhirn . . Ih ..._. e '|stock car point lead that he 2's tight 5 - 4 j , ovcrTorrance h i R h l i g h l e d l l . JBay League action and en- n . KQ C O O 301-- 1 7 1 S . Torrjnci .-. . . 0 0 1 OW 30x-- 5 1 1 Parker, Vr'.lsm [7] ar.d /AcLflin;, Thomds (7) ard Benv. uav Ltftflue RttJciido Beach 8. Lomita 3. El Segjndo S, Lav/rxidle 4. Gardtna 4, Hawlhcrn- ,1. Rio Hondo Le.igjs Bell G a r d e n s 9, Lv-wcci 0 Dcwnfv Bluci 16. Dcv.nev Rei'£cs 1. V^hiir'er B, Su.ishme A c r e s 4. La Mlrati* 13. Mcnt*fcFl!o ^. GAMES TODAY H-irbor Leao-J«-- ihu^ at F l y c ' S . I V ) .; saitit^l r.'^ A 1 A I.. PctcrAr.n. n m ; S^n Pedro ^t v/r-ripc'^" *~d Lakewjcd al Ala-nncs R»v. 1:33 n rn. Bay Lea 91* -- G j rtfens ^1 T o r ' ^ - c e . naoi; H^^i-.orne M El Sco-JfC^. l.nw- 1^'« s". Red'Vfd^ Rr^rh ri~rt So, T o r r n . v g n! Lvnif*. 1:50 a n Rio Hondo L*^yj«-- S-;n 1*1 i i B A-re^ *I W3nleb«ll:i. Vhirr"er si Downey B'L P «. Downe/ Redi «t Lvr.waod, B«ll Gar-Jri; ;;j AQUEDUCT RACE RESULTS 200 100 3 4 0 000-- i 10j- -- ' O cam-' : Pr..»t a n*. Ka?k^h Gilbam t D'.dr.ers . . P O - A -- n'iri." ^1- DP- Pf^=t ard Kia5 Coirman: Xv'ili... HOBSIT. I.OB--H'.i JT^'x^r 2. 3R--Ff^^h^rn. j Fairly, p.ohinson. ,Sfi--Mo^n. L^ri(er. T. Davis. IP H R ER BBSO MaEoa^y (I,. S-S) .... « R S -4 3 1 Hook 2 s 4 4 1 1 JIOTM . 3 2 ! ] 2 0 Tod res (W. 0-2) . . » 7 1 J S 7 Sudnl. T--2.35.' Alt.--tt.YST" (MiSSO Clear aid Fill FIRST RACE--7 lurlanji: Pjuaoni. Soiimo-ie ill 13 1390 Si 10 Rebellious, wo ncn'ng Pa'm. B^usyer 17.50 l?50O-jr Son Den, Co'cn Ifld. Caceres . . _ 30.iOl Time-- l:0-l^i. ' ' ' i. Sleshe.iJ Roval. Saov G r pry. Vita-I. I FIFTH RACE-5"? furlong*: I Of fen T i c X e ' , L-)vc In Viejv. 133. l.'evei Rc« Rep c . ;cw. i;,r,-ipa-* s T o C O l l ' C - n e s S . 130. $h3CrTAr f ^ j r Cer-.t S'amn. 117. Avinri, -V.v PflC^G^E-, 111, Harrr.Vz Can'l S!cpn. 111. r;r;il.lhs . ?.jO Act Now. Ill, II") ·.Q'.rcr. G"ead, Pcier Pie. Black P i n 301. El! Otis Pat Den, Flfr.g Pilol. Sir avrK-.d. f-V/3rlh/ Warrior, f-Tir Am'33, SECOND RACE-7 ii* r ?in B i: Eternal Silf, Yother 1I1B .. J 40 ,4."K Pace. BrCLJJiard 5.90 3.50 V.r. Harfe.'a, Ruaie ,, 3 50 Tlrr.t-- 1:J5. « r . Racr"Ridtr. Idaho Kid, Roval Co'i. Bavard, /Vr. Sarn G., Returnao!*. Rcyal Ansh.em, Always Dan"DAILY DOUBLE PAID THIRD RACE--i hirbnai: Red Scrapber, Vaizue'a IO.O Escondido Humbles lakev/ood in 9th, 4 Escondicln pushed across four unearned runs in the t o p j of the n i n t h Saturday to lake! a 4-0 decision from Lakewood's Flying Hearts in a Western Softball Congress game. wr, JypJier, Could BP. Tin-fr-l-l?'i. £»-»! f f c n d , V/'rk, Gnaf os'cr. FOURTH RACE--lr', . 371 Fi7aro Bob, Colu-nrra'i Hild/j LO-J a'so ra.-.. SIXTH RACE-- I mile- Ussery -*- StAlemenl. Bro«j«ard ? W Sfr«!:h Drive, V.'odhoviB - ...... Time-- I:35'.S. Rlnarilian, Decide Fall, VrtiiJ* Collar, Really Sumlhlri SEVENTH R . V^olfram, Varenruels _ . 4 ^ 3.00 Gustinet . 9 3 ) .^le'd Beared/ Sftufc _ --- - -Time-- 1-SOVf Four Falhoms, Call Ihe '7,tpesj, Olscerie, Greei Soverelcn also E'IOHT BACE--l milt: 05'ort Teaoartv. Treloj 10M i W 3 M 'llv Blittlav. Ui!er/ - '.10 3.JO -hiie Lntei. Lfrw.ard vl Tirre--1-37. Werrv V/ill. Cr^flv E'can'o. BelfTuMjd. F' Tale, i NINTH .R»«-« iwronjr M , M| , 1:: . a . R- iiiaT Kcii. usserv V B V"t-°':f?'.' S'lv" v,,' Sv^-B^I.! Rlue filcad, Fmc.ef a»d Klntferi DewBv *nd Ted- 000 MO OCX 4 OM MO 000-t Jockey Standings ! Trainer Standings R«lDi Neves EHddii Burn* ?xi Jchn Longden . UJ Ray York . iw Larry GlIlliMn . l;; A«»t ValeniueTT_ »4 Frsr.Jt Coita _^., lil in « s 'S M THr ^ · F \'J. JBrts 110 MlM. A. Ten-liv . i..".. 70 !''.«. L. Whteler « 1 3 - J .'an in « R. Orrell '* M. Mli:»rl 51 . r Sti III 7nn 3rd V(. j!' Hlriri So 'erlecl Hos'esv. US. Y«r-«i s T l l r *-'^-"^ 1 0 "'^ sff Df/?fiy IN TV COLOR The $tOO,000-added Hollywood Derby may be seen in color tonight on "Post Time at Hollywood Park," the 15-minute television program seen each Sunday on KH.I-TV channel 9 from 6:15 (o 6:30 p.m. of "Pnst w i l l be a color f i l m sketching a !ypi- cal (raining and racing day in t h e life of trainer Noble Threewitt, already holder of two consecutive Hollypark training titles and apparently on his way to a third this season, Hugh, Hurst in Ja Jolla Finals LA JOU.A--Hugh Stewart San Marino and Jerry Hurst of Sanla Ana Saturday moved into the finals of the] 45lh a n n u a l I.a Jolla t e n n i s ' j tournament at the I.a Jolla playground. Stewart defeated Marcas i!3''°TirrS-vii'F"/Aniv .va-.osri, a-s^i Two mtin events of one- Carriedo of N'ationa 1 City. 6-4, »";o ; co"i Role'a^'5 r^""'""' 1 ' *""" v ' in '-|hour duration are on Ihe 6-1, and Hurst downed Elston D?«V E B r l l i7t"stoV"iki'' *;il) ln 'J4" lir 3 1 io! Tuesda y n 'Sht wrestling card Wyatt of San Diego, 3-6, 10-8, s' 0 lu f o r the I-ong Beach Municipal 3 W . . ].iD Novfl!o3fc. Chambers T n i C " l - 7 i . F.V-CV Foo'cd Wccr c-. SAC*-:^ Jobo. Rullv ' J*-n. Tin Jai it.. Oil P S I X T H B A C H -- I rr.ll-: TcFaC^n' Dancer Starr Tops 3 M !» j'i Wrestling Twin Bill events are P E P P E R S play SAN DIEGO TONIGHT--8 P.M. Park Ave. Field--tong Beach w* Ion two ovrr ThB 4lh la Sail Lake City ID Ulah S!ilmroc*s -- and flnme went U fonlngv ^. Red Sugar,*" irisV Lai . Hus'le Bvbb'-, Tlmc-l:OS'S. Eokl. AMrab . . . . . .. tanecn. Quick VMler. b Rond Kcuse. ·Dal* Clavo al^o rnn. B--Llarioclicn (arm, b--Wilton 8, Hull tnlrv EIGHTH RACE--T milt: Globemasfer, Rol; 1.40 S JO 3.M E dirorla'lsl, Heckmsrn 44.00 1J.0 rozler. Basis .- .-_- ~- -.3.00 Tirr.e--l:3S T .i (new traclc record], a- Bluescoce. Basl C'er, B«m P^.-K«. L'oM T?!V, Aerof:lit. ^ Aocle, He's « P ' ' GAY'S Pal, Zig 'n' Zac also ran. a--Hunfer-CIa borne en'ry.. NINTH RACE--1^, rflle ttvrlr. Sai'or's Knot. Sc''ers . S3 3 4 3 Tor Pronhel. BM?a . ft 30 Linr-J l o, "Jt A u d i t o r i u m . Ballet dancer Rickl Starr opposes Mr. Moto in one and the tag team of Alberto-Ramon Torres goes · against Freddie Blassie and Mike Sharpe in the other. Butterfly Mark T A C O M A, Wash. /T- Mary Stewart, IS, of Vancouver. B.C., and a lllfif) C a n a d i a n Olympic competitor, set a world's record of 1:10 Salurday in the lid-yard butterfly in n Pacific Northwest AAU swimming meet. 6-1, in the semifinals. Dorothy Cheney of San(»v Color Surfing Film ' Shown Here Tonight The color movie, "Surfinp Hifihlights." will he shown at Norway Hall (Rertondo at 7ih!_- ; "rTTT Si.) t o n i p h l at 8:30. Monica, defeated Joan Chabot of San Diego, 6-1, 6-3 while Kathy Blake, of La Jolla downed Connie Jasper of Brea, 4-6, 6-4. 7-5, in the women's semifinals. Finals in all divisions will be played today. PCL Results Proceeds will go towards financing the Long Beach Nu-Pike Water Polo Club's t r i p later this month to the National AAU Outdoor Championships in New York. AUTO AIR CONDITIONERS SERVICE-SALES COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SERVICE Blxby Knolls Garage 3619 Allanllc Ave. G 6-2593 Call or Send or A fttt Brochur* A'oio you cnnlcarnto WITH THE NEWEST SHORT COURSE for PRIVATE PILOTS Cill or Send for · Fret Brochur* Ml 1961 Modcli Now on Dj'tplay HKLMONT AVIATION CORPORATION 2700 E. Wordlow Road Phono GArfiold 4-4.111 Largo Solscllod of Ui»cf P/OJH 36 Motirrii Low FEnancTn']

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