Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on January 4, 1959 · Page 28
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Sunday, January 4, 1959
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M-INDEPENDENT-mSS-TareilAM I l*«k, C«Hf» StiMtor. JwiMry 4, IfSt Round Table Trails Hillsdale by Head (Continued From Page B-l) Table in the Maturity because 'Cap. And, h(Jd onto your hats, that race is exclusively for the blame for Round Table's four - year - olds, but he will pounds in the Handicap than -(AP Wirepnoto) HILLSDALE (R) NIPS FAVORED ROUND TABLE (L) AT WIRE TO WIN SAN CARLOS HANDICAP i ' Race Results ,. Santa Anita FIRST HACK--CV furlnnjti: A'Blrd Dog, Arcaro $ HO 0 5.10 3 3.40 Gi«t Blue, P. Moreno ..,, 8.40 8.10 Trtbal Dance. Harmatz 8.50 · Tim*--1:18. scratched--What Hasti "··vest Tidings, Olc Howdy, ualfano. ., SECOND IUCE--7 furlonu: '"Worshiper. Arcaro fi.20 4.50 AT STEPHENS FIELD 3.20 7.30 _ _ 6.20 _, Time--1:24. Scratched -- Curran'o, t ....'Board Member, Sun Colonel, i^TM. . TH1BU RACE--l-ft mllci: Ullen Faith, - Vedilnco 89.10 81.70 14.30 V* -»Go And Call, Harmatz _. 9.00 5.80 ~£ Kidh-Tall Beauty, ?orh 4.20 dh-Mont-Rose, Tanlguchl ;,,. «.BO - ,, - 1 i Time--t :« %. Scratched--Grand Web. '""·"' pasha Baled. Frivol, True Poise, dh-- Dead boat for third. r - - FOURTH BACE--6 lurlomi! Pappus, Fierce .... 7.80 5.10 3.70 Silver Shadow Trejos . 11.40 6.70 El Panell. Harmatz 5.80 Time--1.10%. Scratched--U noman. Gulllvan Jr., Kllllto Boy, Him Said, BallymartlR). I'fFTH RACE--B»£ furlonrs: Colonel Mack, Neves 9.20 0.20 5.30 Sam a Shlpahoy. Ferguson 19.60 10.70 Blsco. Moreno 11.60 Time--1.16%. Scratched--TImea Ace, Poop-Deck. Flying Atlaa, Rerun. SIXTH RACE--1V6 n| IJ« on turf: Precious Hoard, Shoemaker L_ 12.50 6.10* J Dumpty Humpty, York. 6.20 i Two Francs, Boland ', Time--1.48. No scratches. SEVENTH RACE--7 furlonji! Elllsdale, Barrow 9.60 4.60 ! Hound Table, Shoemaker 8.70 ; Zddle Schmidt. Mawa ... Time--1.21 H- No scratches. EIGHTH RACE--Ity mile.: Naboo. Harmatz 11.80 6.70 Tranqullizer. Ycaza Topple, York , Time--1.60%. No acratchei, . 7.30 Caliente T RACE-- One FI Miss Sudan. a Brampton, Kloss mile: 61.60 10.41 3.21 HONOLULU -- The professional-bolstered Hawaii All- Stars, who usually win the Hula Bowl by about four touchdowns, are favored by only a , namite Doc, Stone TM Time 1:40. Scratched-- Baton, fast and Sure. Bill Janpene. Klosa 10.20 5.40 4.80 Father Moon, Dags -*0 3.60 Distant Song. Cantarlnl B.OO Time--1:11*4, Scratched--Scissors, The Big Horse, . ,._,,.,, ChH ,,.. ..-t- · · -- --* CR--L _, "Cantarlnl 27.2lf~G.80 6.20 Khal Me Gold. Vergara -- 4.20 3.40 Moon, Kloaa 5.40 Time--1:12. Scratched--Mr. El Chlcote, Rental. FOURTH RACE-- Ift Mllei: Gran-Tear, Escamllla 29.10 11. King O' n-Tear, Escamllla . 'Peaks. FhiUlppl udrey. Smith _.,, Time-- 1:4644. Scatched -- 01' Hud. 1.20 6.61 fi.OO 3.4 4.00 . FIFTH RACE-- Hfc Miles: Lost Profit. Anderson 10.40 6.00 3.30 Super Barb, Arngundl ------ 15.80 6.40 JMckntcker, Mooneyhan ------- 3.00 Tim*-- 1:33. Scratched-- Call Glory, Quick Count, Our Love Son$, Recessional, SIXTH RACE-- B Furloncs: PostaidU. Dasg ------- 22.40 S.?0 5.SO Prairie Gallant. Klosa ----- 6.60 4.60 Gauze. Mastrangelo --------- 4.00 Time-- 1:12. Scratched-- All Bye Time, Spe Bcautv. Recal Blend. · SEVENTH RACE-- One Mile * Excuse. CantarlnlTM 60.SO 23.20 13.20 Royal Boot. Dags ------ 4-40 3.20 Honlea Kaplnosa -- ~- ------- 13.2C Scratched-- Just Agree. Ught Seas, Jet Ann, Music Runner. EIGHTH RACE-- 1A Miles: Puerto Rican, Ray ..- 8.20 5.60 S.80 Boval Point. Deifello --- 6.00 3.40 Call to Ord B-0« Mil. 10 Amber Fluid, Ray 7.40 4.80 3.40 Doctor Bam. De Mello ----- 6.00 \Vriitellne, Kloss Tlmt-- l:37S. Tbi.°5-?O lC ?"i tlcfttt sld SnO."738: there was · plcUlnr five wlnnrnt, the flfirittt Is north 134.248. ConsolaUon: 08 tickets plPhinK four winners, each 6.20 Art Schwab. Pederson 1. -..Scratched--Tengard, Miss Alate. Tropical FIRST RACE--6 furlongs: Ur Brilliant. Kay $17.20 * a.' rad. Coy *·' ·^^foV^TSTM?SB.JrtP 4.0 .».,,,, j. ijHuie, miLicuufcic. JL*dy ·^Glade. Step stevle. Hunters Run. Be'ls u *\Vel IJBhl Music, Second Strinc. Sea ·-IW" ?l» »n. _ __, Kt ~ Tim ·^Glade. * ·^'"btCOM* RACE--6 furlonjt*: -'Nancy's chance. _ ^ ^ 11.10 .._,ncy's Cook Tlie Jok - - i l : U = j UDKava'TafotrSudden ~'Lamar, Mr. iiarrison. 9hel)vick. Jlore- '·un lAA and Charcoal Grey also ran. ' ey a DAILY DOUBLE PAID . THIRD RACK-- Hd mile*: 18.40 6.30 _ -- . 4.60 '. Fairmont, Stevnson Foxing. Ilartaclt ·vlmZ-'iistx 'stODe idol Mr. Tee :" V4 ,-H.. Dag, Telegrafo and Flam* Out also i. ^'OCRTII RACE--6 f«rii 1 · Microbe. Block 3.30 Li Ycritt, Culmon* _ Hat Box. Fairbanks , _, Time--1:09«i Black Sail.., .._. ·Tlow. Cratla Brown. Brotfctr Coon and --«Dos also ran. iT. FIFTH RACE--1A «U«: ,,,, . ,,. ·ilRuffion, Grant -- fi.20 3.30 8.10 ;,'-Byaneet, Btone fi.60 4.40 ··APPla Spy, Martin . _-- IS.fiO ^' Time--1:«. Sir Audtey. RImonte, Elgbteen Crossfs. Rob the Rich. Sea . Jet. Truce and My Boa Qiartlt P4io CE--6 forlonfi: fhombre 7.00 3.40 " 3.40 . ^"Beechraont, vrBlrd I ...·Cullo raon, o vrBlrd In Flkht, Kay Cesere. Blum . -----------Time-- i:iOH. Lolnl, Mae Ace, cessful. Falcon Wlnga, American Be Olymplu Ace. Blck. 67.40 . .._ . Surinam, Blum ________ 31.10 11.40 Sammer Mill. Gibb ------------- 6.20 Time-- i:iO. Dixie Dudley. Alt. Olivet. Olympia Blend. Mabo Dancer, Plain Barditown, Brooks- t.30 3.90 2. ( ... Amerfgo. Boulmetli B.50 3.70 Sdlatcr Jive. U«nery ^.._ -- 3.60 Time -- J U O H C new tr^ck record). K y Night Out, A Dragon Killer, lleet- K, I-Ektba f-Polnt of Order, Hoop Band, fiharnsburK, Wise Margin, f- Pincapple, f-Btuy Linn tlio ran, r- Fleld. 'Rtc Pet Wi ich J ATMniJ« CI u.J A «'io e "s.K 1 i.u jter tiplce, Adama ».'^. .6.40 'Illi Muiilc. Smith.. --~ 5.60 Mime, smith B.0 »--l:«H. Mill Tqpp«r, Peralnn w. Mount Jay. Deep Ereatlv Flam- Blu». Back Room. Golden I/HI ud . also ian. Lfi. Soccer Club Battles Bears Today The Long Beach Soccer Club takes on its toughest opponent of the season this afternoon, meeting the Hollywood Bears in an Olympic League game at Wilson High's Stephens Field. Eickoff is set for 2 p. m. The Bears have lost only once in eight outings and have one tie. They won the league title last year and Were rated. u one of the best clubs in the atate. Long Beach boosted ita record to S-3-1 last Sunday by blanking Edwards Air Base, 5-0, behind the sterling work of goalie Bill Cnlder. Jimmy Burns and Bill K on-some each contributed two goals to the L. B. triumph. Team manager and left wing Herb Rogers and center-forward Brian Berry were other heroes in last week's victory. The L. B. team Is coached by A] Joordans. James Smith serves as team secretary. Pros Hula Bowl Favorites Today Rockets Host to Eagles '9 1 After a fine showing against the Dodger All-Stars last Sunday, the Long Beach Rockets resume Winter League play this afternoon against the L. A. Eagles at Blair Field. Game ime is 1:45 p.m. Joe Duhem, whose 365-foot lome run o v e r c a m e a 6-4 Dodger lead and led to the dockets' 8-7 triumph, will be the Rockets' regular first baseman for the three remaining eague games. Duhem, with the Dodgers' Victoria (Texas League) farm, usually the outfield. (Complied from UPI and AP) THE ROCKETS have a 6-3 .eague record and must win iheir last three games in order to keep alive hopes for a possible title and playoff spot, touchdown to whip a powerful The Dodger Juniors lead · the league with 8-1, two games in front of the second p l a c e Rockets. Bob Campbell, the victim of three costly errors last week, will start on the mound for the Rockets. Bob Henderson is the catcher. Other Rockets starters are Chuck Winslow, 2b; Nick Hopkins, ss; Ray Steele, 3b; and outfielders Ev Pearson, Lucky H u m i s t o n and Bob Carter. CBAZYLEGS HIRSCH Player-Coach Comeback Caliente's Top 5 Stars Collide in Feature Today Caliente starts its 1959 meeting with a handicap of unusual quality today, the mile and a sixteenth Vienna. Matched in a field of eight, are Straight A, Tip Along, River Clipper, Strong Bar and Thirteen Stars. These five finished in that order in the Christmas Handicap, with two noses and a head separating the first four and Thirteen Stars, horse of the year here, another length and a half back. Straight A draws a two pounds penalty for his triumph with top impost of 122 pounds. The supporting feature, the Southerner Allowance has 14 entered for a six-furlong dash. Among them, three newcomers Tom Tanforan, Allied, Smart Maid and Fatal Charm. College All-Star team today. The contest, which the pros have won the last four times, begins at 5 p.m. (PST) in Honolulu Stadium. A crowd of 25,000 is,expected. Joe Kapp, all-America quarterback from California, arrived' Saturday to replace Randy Duncan, Iowa all-America who had to bow out after suffering a kidney injury in the Rose Bowl game.. * * * * COACHES OF both teams said they would rely heavily on aerial attacks. The Hawaii All-Stars team, military and town gridders augmented by 11 professionals from the mainland, is coached y Elroy (Crazylegs) Hirsch, ormer Rams ace, who will come ut of. retirement to play. Duffy Daugherty of Michi- an State is coach of the Col- ege All-Stars--seniors flown ere from various schools on he mainland. Daugherty's 22-man college quad includes backs Bob Pta- ek of Michigan, Nick Pietro- ante of Notre Dame, Tommy worino of Auburn a Clark of Ohio State. * * * * ALSO ON THE squad are nds Sam Williams of Michi- an State and Buddy Dial of lice, tackle Ted Bates of Oreon State and guards John luzik of Pittsburgh and AJ Icuyer of Notre Dame. Besides Hirsch, the Hawaii ackfield will include Bobby ,ayne, Pittsburgh Steelers; Ole Matson, Chicago Cardinals, and Joe Perry, San Francisco 9ers. Thirteen of Daugherty's stars laycd on his East squad in the hrine game. This is the strong- st college team ever to play ere. Bardstown Sets Tropical Record MIAMI (ffl--Calumet Farm's Bardstown set a new track record Saturday in winning the first running of the $20,000- added Orange Bowl Handicap at Tropical Park. Carrying top weight of 124 pounds, with Steve Brooks in the saddle, the 7-year-old thoroughbred covered the mile and one-sixteenth in 1:402/5 to win by a length and a quarter over Mrs. T. Christopher's Amerigo who finished a .length and three-quarters ahead of Mister Jive. Bardstown was the favorite at 5-2 and paid $7.30. 3.90 and 52.90. Baseball Schedule At Wllion Itlih--U noon, Locil 141 T«. Stnri of Tomorrow: 2:30 p.m., Garden Orovi Cardinal! vi. Arum ilir- chanta. At Cltr Cdlfie--U noon, IJ«r« D'n vi. Oranga County Uercnants; 3:30 p.m., Jeattrf VI. HedMntl. At rark ATC. Ftdd--l p.m., Ra Conatnictlon vi. Tamplco CaX*. It, B. Merchajitj draw bya. Caliente Selections By MAO McGUIIlE _--Sassy'a Queen, Pinkie, Rev Ethlcx. 2--Rosyend, La Belle. Kwt-We. 3--Brawley Blues, Take The Lead, Crown Crest. -Ju Tapeak, Jilllon. Music Runner 5--Slave Driver, Walt Hackett, Tabl- con. 8--Uncle Baldwin. Sir Gareth, Breezen 7--Big Shindig. Roleta. Parade Man. 8--Roman silver, Beauty Flight, Sheadaoll. 8--Wlckerblll. Flashjr Knavt. Allied. 0--STRAIGHT A., River Clipper, Anno Domini. L--Sudden Panic, Sunlit Ro», Thl Wildest DUKE TO TALK ON SPORTS INTEGRATION Duke Snider, Dodger center fielder and a Methodist layman, will speak on integration in the sports world to a recentlj' integrated Los Angeles church next F r i d a y night. Snider, who teamed with Jackie Robinson, first Negro to crack the majors' color barrier, will speak at Mor- mandie A v e n u e Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m. His talk will kick off a $150,000 fund raising campaign for a new sanctuary, recreation and e d u c a t i o n buildings, and a parking lot. plays defeat to a jam at the three- eighths pole. "The traffic jam made us move sooner than I wanted to," sighed Shoemaker, "but he ran a real game race. Even with all his weight, he was trying hard to get to the winner at the end." The traffic jam almost resulted in tragedy as Golden Notes, with Manuel Ycaza aboard, almost went down. Seaneen, which won this same race last year w i t h Long Beach's Willie Harmatz aboard, took the early lead from the break with Johnny Longdeh in the stirrups this time. Golden Notes, Terrang, Hillsdale and Round Table were right on Seaneen's heels. At the quarter-pole, Terrang shot to the front and opened a length lead over Hillsdale, R o u n d T a b l e and Seaneen, which were bunched tighter than a cluster of grapes. Hillsdale snatched the lead at the half-mile post, a bare head in front of Round Table. Ter- rang and Seaneen were a half- length behind, but far in front of the other six horses. At the stretch turn, Barrow to make the stretch battle torrid as he stayed right with Round Table. A blanket could have covered the three · steaming horses as an undisclosed salary, to take ABC Accepts Entries MILWAUKEE (UPI) -- The American Bowling Congress reminded Saturday that entrie for its D6th annual tournament at St. Louis must be filed by Jan. 13. they straightened out for home, Hillsdale will carry two LESS LISLE BLACKBOURNE 'LIZ'RETURNS TO MARQUETTE MILWAUKEE 1*1 -- Marquette University Saturday selected one of its ex-coaches, turnedTo the whip and nudged Lis] e W; (Liz) Blackbourn, to Hillsdale a half-length ahead of lead it out of the football Round Table. Seaneen promised doldrums. Blackbourn, former coach of the Green Bay Packers of the National Football League, was signed to a 3-year contract at up where he left off in 1953. but -midway down the stretch since his departure Marquette his first Santa Anita winner at Seaneen gave up and left the has won only 7 of 47 games, battle to Hillsdale and Round Blackbourn coached at Mar- Table. The latter seemed almost to overtake the flying Hillsdale just before the wire, but his 132-pound package obviously held him back and enabled Hillsdale to hold for his narrow triumph. * * * * AT THIS WRITING, Hillsdale seems a terrific contender! for two major $100,000 races at Santa Anita--the Maturity; Jan. 31 and the Handicap Feb. 28. Hillsdale won't meet Round tackle the "Table" in the Big he did Saturday, while Round Table will tole an identical 132- pounds. The order of finish (and lengths behind) follow: HllUdalet Round Ta'' ' Schmidt (2 U I, (three-quartera); Naa . _ ranc (three-quarters): Bounty Bay (l and H : Warhead (1); Golden Kotea (2) and *nie Searcher (nose). * * · * PRECIOUS H O A R D came from the middle of the pack to win the supporting feature, the $7,500 Charmeta Purse, going away. The throng let Shoemaker get off at 5-1 in this race, Precious Hoard returning 512.50. Dumpty Humpty and Two Francs ran one-two most of the mile and one'-eighth distance over the turf course, but Shoemaker pumped Precious Hoard through the stretch for the d a y l i g h t victory. Dumpty Humpty had whipped Precious Hoard last Saturday in a six and one-half furlong race, but the crowd ignored the fact that the "Hoard" gained a whopping nine lengths on Dumpty in the stretch run of that dash. Social Climber, winner of some of the Southland's greatest races, finished only fourth in the fifth race, a $6,000 purse. Colonel Mack won the event at a slim $9.20 payoff, despite the fact he had been away from the race's two and one-half years. The third race produced a pair of thrills when Jockey Warren Vedilago brought home an $89.40 payoff and two horses deadheated for show. Ellen Faith was Verdilago's juicy the mount, while Tall Beauty and quette from 1950 to 1953. Blackbourn takes up reins surrendered last Nov. 26 Mont-Rose couldn't be separat- by Johnny Druze, who won only ed by the carema for third place 2 games in three years. honors. New Season Opens Today for Jalopies More than 60 drivers, including 14 from the Long Beach arSa, are expected to be on hand today at Gardena Stadium, 139th and Western, when the California Jalopy Assn. holds its first racing program of the new year. Time trials start at 1 o'clock with the eight-race card beginning at 2:30. Leading the local drivers will be Downey's Jack Austin, who turned in the fastest lap ever recorded on the 1/3 mile clay oval (15:89) last Sunday. Other local drivers will be Lakewooders Frank Kidd, Bob Hogle, Rex Schendly and Ernie Young; Jack Kelly, Pete Cardenas, Fred Russell and Bob Stanolift of Long Beach; Duke Parsons and.Fred Thomson of Downey; "Wild" Bill Mangold of Compton, plus Huntington Beach's John Vines and Tommy Edmonds of Buena Park. Apple Valley Man Wins $34,248 in 5-10 AGUA CALIENTE W) -- An Apple Valley, Calif., man who refused to give his name collected the entire winners' share of $34,248 by selecting five winners in the six races of the 5-10 handicapping contest at Caliente Saturday. The 550,738 5-10 pool also paid $116.40 to each of 98 bettors for picking four winners. ONE DOLLAR ;·;·- WHEN YOU OPEN A NEW INSURED BELMONT SAVINGS ACCOUNT BY JAN. loth FOR $10 OR MORE 11n» doflif walling for jm it Belmont Savings tf yoa corns into our office by Saturday, January 10, 1959 and open a . $J new account with ?10 or more. If you can't come in you can do it |by man. In either event the dollar is yours one* you open your "'«count for $10 or more. Not only that'but as part of Belmont '.^Savings' huge SAV-0-RAMA celebration you have a chance to be |#ie lucky winner of the fabulous Hi-Fi Stereo Sound System shown h_ere. Don't wait! Come In now or mail coupon. Start earning Belmont Short. 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