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Will prob.HI; 1° In. f.votll. ..,,., T Your HtR.rUi (Ntvtti ^.^.^^.^ i l l Could trovt h*rd to Mien ~ ~ --110* Ch»n« M wtl|hlt4 , J i n IpiMt potl qo hilp l i t Hu pltkvl « louih __ iu Mir bt put«i loo l ,_., 11. P*jf rM i»l tl.rt ( Johntonl V"WPW*r. TM-- pUkxl « louih fltia .__ -onrK,,., lUrd _ ,.... Com*, ofi a (n« ifforl »...^__. I«maiHli ·ttonir ·uptxtrt · BMt cpyiJ up*** M Ooo4 Flarldl Fiitu t* Birrt'orTtni* *V*i*n»u*ii) --..-, Hf Oeemloml fitly ip«(X 3 Kilthful Ud |Hftrrn«lll ..-.- 120 Or«du«liH \rnil tUri ».. * Turtui«nt inilicont -, J I T Net off )··· r«e« ..,,, 1 Lms Imrnnior *Or«ri .. . VM J)0 Afhloi a lot of Mm , I.O.VO ~ * '" _._,,_ I 10.! J0«l So.1 - · · - .-.-·k Paym»nl (IkuMl Inn Button V«l»niu«I ' - · -- - M R : v * tli» - · 1 Bl Jl fair iii ·llvtr [Ulticomt (Hl*M) . ____ · Oib» (rHurwni . li U fl«»dr (Vorkl T Ptl li . It Millli 1 tlrlik It tMUX JohB»H» ._ ,_.* I fLonid.nt N' HniM M'wU) . · IT MHV |i wlrt (o wif» ... U f*lk! lh-«l Ivlfty ,.^_^ 14 Tough ont In ll«ur» ,, | Not mn ImfHMilblti t*k $ Oao4 r«r. d»pll* trnubl* ., Cumti off wtnnini iffort .. I.hor» I tit ·ittt ,,.,,.,, ,, Try Inn rjp«.\t wlq ..,, __ SI" Kln l 7"il*l"m«d.iii«n'" (.·eked «p**4l. rini'htd f«r*i No tiiuiii iMt -Uri «- 30-30 Go--Basilic S A N FRANCISCO UE_ World welterweight -champion Carmen Bailllo aald Friday that "Ray Roblnion can fight hlmielf Tor the middleweight title" If he Harlem lugar man penliti n a demand for i42',j per cent of the pune to defend the crown against the 147-pound king. And co-manager Joe Netro added. "We want to »pllt 30-30 or no fight. George Galnford, ;one of Roblruon'i manager*) muit be out of hit mind to make mch a demand." The International Boxing Club li seeking to put on a world nlddlewelght championship bout iftween Bnilllo and Roblnion, who regained the title May 1 by knocking out Gem Fullmer. "Robln»on'» Camp li talking i'g now but they'll tune duwn," Netro said. "However, If we lon't reach an agreement with hem, we'll defend the welterweight title lome time In July." IBAT THROWING .w^ ;Tec^ ? Mcfc| jGetFmed*3 '· CHICAflo'UR) -- Ted Williams of the Boston Bed and Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankee* were fined IU each {or bat throw. Ins; Friday by president Will Hafrldge of { the , American League. The players were reported to Harrldge by the umpires In accordance with Instructions to turn In iuch Incidents, following a directive against bat throwing. ,,.-·»«· French Boxer Arrives NEW YORK rtlH) -- Hoacln ·Chalfl, 39-year-old F r e n c h Ightwelght boxer, arrived o he liner He de France Friday 'or a icrlei of bouts In th U. S., the lint of which probably will be at New Orlean June 10 against Kid Centelta o Nicaragua, i" ·,,··, .· , ·." Consensus \f(. »iu IJO I B««nMn (N«T» ..... , 11 Ulquvltl Valtniu«Ul It Mr. BUI «. (Lontdini II ipKUl I/UOk |N»«I i Poop.j)«ck (Tiiiiimm) » Ambolira (Pnrc.ri .._,,. , S BUI Hl»on (York) .......... · Tr«nilillon (P. HortM) » Rdl-H»dm« IPulldO) ,,. ......... _. 1I . 11 Pl Uu»r lUwlil ............ --------- l i t l/i \vindr AdnlHl Johuonl ..... ___ illlt 4 Kmplrll I I I . Unnnol t ___________ 114 ' ] Grind 1 Tudor (l^lirion) ^. mwH ^ 120 ' 1* r,».l HIM., IHkuH) __ ----- ........HH ' · n*nd« (lurntAUV ...... _______ i l l · I S «oir di rn* iqiiuoni _______ . ill · | _UlMOIIMHT-.»lU »..».»». 130 -"it* wtll hti* __...... , 3.--*.. ,, 13(1 I).n|trout II tt.rlt ,,.,.__._ 2*1 UT lUi »ot rftettl to tipMlltloii ,. _ ft-: ,..-,--, 12(1 Klnt work! lo rtromoitnd -.,.,, 3.1 _.-,,.,,.., 190 Wtliht up from winning r.«. ...... 4'1 h . bttltr Ihtn now urtt whtn Ittll tlpMt.4 i _,,_ Good wlnltr form - lo-l Dtvond In Utt Iwo «Urlt »...to*l Not off Hn net _.,.. " ' WIIIIIK. but In louih __ riturtt t. wtaktn ....,,._ oivt him · r«t tlrtt ·«« Rhould ttr.teh out fcMMM _ r*r b*ek IM! iitrt ,,._ Can'l ·*« myth hop. ,-- J.vi JJ-i K!5loSm. 4 VB. rilHll! |1.,*M. ' ^''V^fA HTKEKT, ' 11 K«rln."|Ntvt.f. · Miitir A» iBkutt) . ijjf « Hillirr (Vuliniutlil lill ' 4 OUtntlt IH. Mortno) ,,._,,, , It* '11 Hoop B.ml (Tiflliucril) ,,.._ lj» * Nnrtdikl IrUrmtm . 171 ' · O. I. (Unld.ni «rk H«y tilth thtm In Ihlt fltld _ .. . ptntndthlt for ft tlronf r.«« .,,.,, 3.1 Worklnf In «ood form .._,,___. - May htM mort dliUM. v L · ··l.iukr . T Prikt iTnrki . . . . . . . l l u » Ollbtr (OIHKinl _ · Ijj I MDV Tonr tl^wln v .. {U 0 Ilnl riimt (Porlirl _I|1I .1 n.Ttll Chltf II ll^rklni »1I4 1 rimio n.d (Wmi.i .. in 1-^K,-M2''w'rAl"«!l ·»lnr. t off oddi ........... mid tltkt not , n«lblt utk ^...., Oomt Nnl m Ntvtr tl» plckid · toimh (Itld Pnnr r»» Itit tttrt ...... . fllnblimil* InokB bttttr « Ooud r«e«i good work! TM^_ --it 1 .-P ' i I' « ·PorHrr.ou.1 (Lonfdin) __ rr»n( JV.Itniutii) _,,_ . «,;rl f * f '*""'-A i-Cetp fh,' I un i U win VTough trip *....., B*it «ouM (ik* it all . Broke poorly IM. it*K Bhouiit hav» *»oo Ian ; B*nta Antic chmp4on Chicago, Philly, Groups Bid for y Pan-Am Games · . DETROIT t'.n)_cnlcaeo and .Philadelphia civic groups, lining up support and facilities for the . 1939 Pan-American Games, have been told to submit reports by June IS, but the games still be. , long to Guatemala City If It . wants them. , Douglas Roby, Detroit Indus trlallit and president of th« , Pan-American sports organize.' tlon, was absent on a business . trip, but hli office said the Chi , cago and Philadelphia groups have been asked to ready the ; reports for the U, S, Olympic · Committee by June IS. ,' "But before 'the games could · actually be awarded to any U. , S. city we think there would have to another meeting of the Pan-American organization to · officially approve the switch," a spokesman said. "The organ. Izatlon at Its last meeting In Caracas awarded the games to 'Guatemala City." · "It's true we got a cablecram , and other reports saying the Guatemala group has given up ' hope of the public backing necessary to hold the games," . , ----- lit Pllchtd « trltlt hl|h I BETKII) I MASONIII | TKHHTIS) I BOIJ.TII4) 1 X)SN*CSU1I DMPtppor BpldtrTrnll ArdintLo» I SpMltlTaKn FlrtAlArm DocPtpptr Jo«BtD]amln counlrrClun Youfltnirdi CountryClub JotBtnJamln YourRtgnrdt fipldtrTrali DocP«pp«r · PlrtAKm CouitrrClub JMBtnjkmln YourRtlirdi BpldirT»ll OMTtmi tmlmmg SpMtrTrillllO) Do«P»|)p«r(S) lpw.T«l»t«) CouiitrrCIIKKI Ror»IHllr AlfPIMt H«rk I lloj.IH.lr ButltBW I AlrPllot QuIekPnyinnt I HKhButUa PlnkCMt I KlihButton QuIekPAymtt BlHPlftttn I SliFlftttn I Oibtn * KkPymnl(l) [tifBultonU) ' Paep-DMk . Ulqutltl I Amboltrft gpttlllLM HrBtmB Kirint UtittrAc« Hlllirr I K.rlm , n-iAHk I Hlll.r ··ParttrhouM I ·PorltrhouH PttttntBoy | Oitl WhyCtrlililr PMuntrMr Ttrrll I lllimrUp MtiltrAo* Kinm Knrlmlll) tloltndtitl 0-l^niMHlni ··PorttrtloUM t*Porltrtw Ttrrtns I Ttrr«ng Ttrrtnittl o«u WMrOtriilntr I HlflMrUp WUrCtrlniilnlr itBordU ·Inlr(l) T Tnnrtln. (MUM) -- IM S Flliht 111.loir 111, llorm.1 *_ 110 UlNO»AoT-- PIBK r" LY -- Ntvtr bttt thlt kind ...,.,,, Comti oil «n «*·· tffprt . U tn.nl Boy (johnton) 'hy Ctruinly (Lonidtn) 3 T.rril (M.rm.r T llllhtr Up (H, 1 0« II (P Mono.) 11 fa* II ISkuul __, 4 ctn't piti HI (Velikt) a Ollvtr (V.Ituutmt n Mal.ll (T»nliu.hli uiMti PURKK S4,M. HIOHTII BAKU-- 1V» MIIJHI^^YB. tjf . ClJtlMINO, _ t "^ ~ 1 H»r*t to piek titlnit him , Every year, they pull it on me, and I never get wise. Friday was my birthday, and Healy and his cronies always cook up some nonsense for my sports revue. Seems like I forget about It rom year to* year, and It a! ways surprises me. Healy and were putting the show together y an i,ee player-party In the Copacabana early Thursday » Up North ft Pttltr tC H Ormolu (Porttrl , ,_. tllowtne. eltlmia, rA»g UK. lie |in|t il Euitr .19 Oorntl .. ill ftptta. lo lit ll)4 · · - - - . Ill roui with tun boy IltM lodiy Oorntl off t.ty win _ ftptto. I. ml off iht rill , Rolld Uinit todir RaclBS In tough luck .-_ Wlnnlni rin on, pttk ... . WlKBlaf r«« Ur btlWHD jO-1 F«lr mud r.t. .... j». Poor r«t.., fooa work. 7^-' H.rillr iroub't till, find *"·! 'rlday, and I remarked; "Oh by the way, let'i not say any hlng about this belne my birthday on the air tonight. Mlgh! make me sound Ilk* a conceited crumb," Oh, no," Healy said Innocent- y. "We won't lay anything on he program." You'd i be surprised at how much trouble these guys will go o for a 43-second gag on the air. I could broadcast two base Mill games and write six col umns In the time It took the boys around KMPC to, "inlute" me Friday night. · About 12 minutes after 6, I was rambling through some baseball Items when I found my microphone had suddenly been unched off by the engineer. On came Healy, with Steve Bailey, Johnny Grant. Don Ross nd Baron Brewer. With an absolutely atrocious sense of melody, they sang the following to he tune of "Happy Birthday to r ou." 010 Kfll'i had a bad year, we think Firnt the Ramt went on-the- fclltifc Then HARVEY wound up in Canada . . . And Aragon'i in tht clink, At this point, they cued up corny Imitation of Guy Lorn- lardo's band for the fanfare, These are supposedly grown men. Yet they took more pleas- re out of their little joke than they'd been assigned to broad- ast the World Series. You've heard that people In the entertainment business are little screwy. I can't speak for the movie folk. But our little group In radio and TV, think, Is a bit odd. . If you want to know the truth, though, I enjoyed every second ot it. I'LL LET YOU IK on * little secret about that Infamous morning. I don't think Casey Stengel would have given one little darn about his men being at a night club, IF U hadn't made the papers; The six involved ' are fully grown, fully mature. They were not due to play till the next night. So If you don't get In till two In the morning, what harm Is done? You can sleep till noon, or even ^two the next afternoon. ' , ' , ,; Had the players been plotting mme secret fun-time, la violation of Hub rules, they wouldn't hivo gone to the Cop*, Any night ef the week, you're apt to run Into five or 10 New York. writers there. It's hardly the place to go If you're trying to put something over on your old skipper. I think Stengel pulled Whltcy Ford out of Thursday night's game only because of the at- :endant publicity, He had to a gesture. Inwardly, I don't believe Old Case Is a bit sore about , the . latc-cvenlng soiree. · Those rumors that he would rade Billy Martin to Washington as an aftermath of Billy celebrating his birthday are a lUgh, What man, 29 yean old, going to a Is so wrong about a ** * ·?'«;£4 'V*t ", / 'i' 1 -' V - - / ' ' ' ' , Llangollen; Pair Heads 1^. A;'Gap - - - * « - · . · - " ' ·«· Corn Husker, the converted Jumper thnt dornlnatcd lait win- Santa Anita mooting, makes his first start of the summer season today In the $30,000 Los Angeles Handicap at Hoi lywood Park, richest sprint race In the nation. Corn Husker headed a select field of nine top handicap performers for the seven furlong race. Llangollen Farm also en tered 111 speedy Porterhouse as as running male for Corn lluilt rr as Insurance In so thn ills tance might prove »;iort for its newest star. Poltcx Sta-ble's Terrang. also making his summer debut, was assigned top w e i g h t of I'.'A pounds, followed by Porterhouse with 123 and Holandes II .with 121. The rest ot the field and the weights was made up of Due de Fer 120, Corn Husker 119, Plbe Cnrlltos 114, Head Man 111, Flight History, 110 and Travertine 108. . » ' · · " -. ' RACING FOLLOWERS fixed heir attention on Corn .Husker ecause of his performances at Santa Anita w h e r e he scored the "Golden Double" by taking :he Santa Anita and San Juan ?aplstrano H a n d i c a p s , both 1100,000 races. But the winner could well be Corn Husker's slablemate. Pnr- erhousewas a f»t-clo»lni; third o Find In the Premiere Stakes on opening day and was running over horses at the finish of that six furlong stakes. He will be ridden by J o c k e y champion Johnny Longdcn while Willie Tcrrang scored a major upset . at Santa Anita In capturing the San Antonio Handicap at a mile and one-eighth. Due do Fer was ", the sprint champion at Santa Anita but failed to show much n the Premiere In finishing sixth. ?. ...,·* ' if .,-,,,...· , Strong opposition also was expected from the two Argentinian worses, Plbe Carlltos, winner of the recent Kyne Memorial Han- ', dlcap at Bay Meadows, and Hoi- andes II, runnerup to Corn Hus- as the star of the Santa Anita meeting. Trainer Bill Winfrey had nom- nated Find for the Los Angeles, but after the Vanderbllt star's jowerful w i n In near-record ; time In the Premiere he decided to pass today's race and await : the $100,000 California!) the following week. · . ; i- v., Should alt nine go to the pout the Los Angeles Handicap will iave a gross value of $33,750 and will b r i n g the w i n n e r $32.700. Miss Todd, who equalled Hot- ywood Park's six-furlong record of 1.08 4/3 In winning Die Mornlngslde. Park p u r s * last week, has b e e n assigned high, weight of 126 pounds for the $20,000-added Milady Handicap next Tuesday. lion, »*r j c a i a flu, fcumt »w « i _ _ , . -- , night club on his birthday-! Harmatz rides Corn Husker, when hu doesn't have to work 111 the next evening? If Martin Is traded to Wash- ngton, which I doubt, It will for his play on the field--not n night clubs. (Tune In Bob Kelley nightly FURNITURE * APPLIANCES Rh*p ·vtrrptM* tint, W« mprnto *m ttir Lfl la law. mf4 will b DIXIE -- 1830 E. ArtesU Dlk, LEARN FLY NOW! i )· slrnttlTI, Will HlMllJlW Slrtltrl »MO»IB rot VSTBUMS · Pk.MiAvoUaM.ifar Cbarttt md R«-td IIASKKLL FLYING SERVICE 2585 E. SPRING ST. Nl (.7717 --*A 74417 - K I T / - I'.ltSTS ' Most Probable Winner--Royal Heir In Srd, - Best Bet~qulck' Payment In 4lh. Bwt Money Prospect--Why ,, CerteJnly In ftth. ,.,. . ; , Certainly In 8th. , Win Parlay--Doe Pepptr In 1st to Seaneen In 8th. .'. Longihot , Hpeelal--«plke In ...eth.. 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