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P«ge C.2-- INDEPENDENT ···*· «·'"- "· 1flf Little Sport' by ROUSOD Orioles Tag Tigers for Run in 10th BALTIMORE UT!) -- Pinch hitter Al Pllarclk's scratch hli through first baseman Ray Iloone scored Tito Francona from second base with one ou' In the 10th Innlne. Wednesday night to give the Baltimore Ori- Consensus I MANONUI) I TRHHYdl) I HOLLYdtl Kr**B f Rublti.yrva* Hublirnu ly l)r«k« Polly Dr.k.llOl KnuhtliM IUU.tKh.il l rUU.lKh.vl htuiMtMllM* I 0l*«U.T..Unl 4p*«drMugit« I HMuMMIioi IpMUlTsiltnt I fp»*dyMul« lilTilint I B»«MHI.«II4 BnllllKlKl Honv4pQon4r tMrpl«llu« 2 3 4 1 Ti*tr*..rrh«r I A(ith..*U(i B «lo| Tht8*tnh*r I Hi«hi«Un(f|q Th*.»»»reWl3 UUr.s.iUnit.0 Th»B».nl,«r | T»iuml. f ilfu«k T.i.H-»rc,i»r 1 Mlchi.ln|lu(llj I J - * iTironAl |JJl.ihMl«nf»lo J-t I J«t» I HtiMy.noniurl n . l l l l K h . l l l l 1 B.IKlKli.l i Honiyi| l 'n4rllO PurpliHui ) PiirpliHuiH) _ llilli'-h.lli fowNow 6 1 Amb HMIY noun H t . . HllhChtlk Kuxln* H|ilk4 I (lthC HlfbCb»k(ll) w N o w l H ) I fl«hl4q Irlih4r l AmtnKro CounlAtrow Ambollrq Amboliro(«) CounlArrowftl 7 Born Hi a.AIMo BornKKh a.AIMon | a*Altdon PayftMttOB BornHleh I Bri.liN'Brlfhtl JiprtniBox I Otmtlo I BpfTnlBoy I B?UKN'»rUMI Bmhfi'BrtlMl 0riiM{4) Hollypark Handicap -- By BOY BET2- f, MAY l--11U lift* .f u. *!MINtt. HitifiK ~ Ja pony lr*Uil (T*\nl|U«hl} . M Jlubilk '(··* (joist! - 1J !*»«(» Hunt*. 11,-.fit.l.ft | N « V M ) TM»...ZTM" I u , V Anhlt Bill (Way) * Lv ..·kUrt iP«tir»on _,,.. « tlKin* Vl»U t,|'ow.Jl ,, 7 AtD-r Quo l,*uqi*vUl ... 14 M « k . U). Gift tTtni«ufhli I KKty Ktlftrrt.y jCott..) . . . ja K»r Aw»y Hill* llt«rm*iU 3 Ionian H-» |Mal**nt 13 Htlv«r Munnjr (II. Moreno) ,,, =!li Look* b*.l If *Urt*. , : Good *llorl only rt«* I Idaklng dibul today H.^.^.^^.,, : foot fa... food work*. ....,,.,.,..,,,. ' Rld.r .witch may blip. ._. I H*al*h favurlti l**t ilart, .,,..,.,.... I Can and mult Improve, .... Admlrkl brak.'Knglllh L* Toufh en. lo fliur. ...,, Klni'* Abb.y*8tatui 9uo, Makiup *tan-Irma Su* Poor */fort only *lart .... Nothing to r*«amm* " OIV* liim a P»". - tfliould .cratch out. .~."~'.'., \^ ... »i»n» 4N*vti ....................... (K Mor»r*oi ______ lUnfOru 1^ Hpid.r Trail (Lidtmtl - . , ,, ,, , , 4 Uukk Char*. (VaUni[i*lat 13 rt**Arm*d film iHho.maa.ri .... n Tru* 1*011* tUa**.t ·,,,, H lloov.r H.|*rdi 111 Mor.no) II r, Wlllon P*l.r*onl _,,__ I Mill Flnll.ld U « l l l ,.....- Hia a long . Tlir.al ill Ih* w*y Hunnlnl fin* rar**. ......,..... v w Wlnn4r of tnly ilarl. .. ._ Wlnninc ran on. hurk Uu.t .how ImprOYlM.nt. ", Z.....Z With FUiarUi-Hoov.!.**. w KlKun* amonf *tr«|(l.ri. ...^ n ^^..20.1 will n.*il Hi* llfllt w.nlit _ ^^.1 i-ackad IP**U all III* way, 2V1 tTanliuinli P. MorlMl ·i.».ii Val*niu*i'«i 1A lion*vipoon«r » Our Ul«k IP 19 furpl. llu. (T4 * iSibl. a |i"h" Val.niu.l 111 QU..B O«l. f T o r k i .-....«. *l r.akabhl rltllacht .,,.*,,... xt] 1 Molh.r Wit fTanlfiKhl) l] I\*al War )(liaeom«ll|l _ 11' -- - " , , ll- .. ...... , 1 1 .^-.-..'. 11 1 1 Mlt« Om«n 4 iJOBt MtM y l *n t aro.» If OomH off a Ixiat in rhoia Fin* third ·! N**d*d lait, It Id if -- - *larl. , 3-1 · tart* .,^«.,,» 6.2 fin* «tlorl ,, « f-J blf oddi."~"~~~ e-l »lll impruti ... fl-1 · Itch may h«lp. ^,^.... J -^^., h-1 CTunt*rpolnl-It*er«. ,.! ,...,, TM.l(t*l May do lallr an _ 15-1' II.r d* Krancla-fiiiilt* 1J-I All r«*.* poai , ,20-1 ixmi Idl*. *Y*ra|. work!. 20.1 Should aeratert out _ . TM 23.1 NO *KQUI*. lilt lUM, . _ 25-1 Kansas Gty Outslugs Nats, 8-6 WASHINGTON UE) _ Tlv Kansas City Athletics ended their run-drought Wednesda; afternoon by outilugglng th Washington Senators, 8-6, In i game marked by flvo homers, The A's had been held score less for 29 straight Innings be fore Gus Zernlal connected foi a two-run homer In th* firs fining. Zernlal also hit anothei lomer--In the seventh inning-to run hli season'i total to eight ·· Cltr All II O A Mb P-Mfl'l.'." a l it a Toit.Ib t ...rl.K a I a oUihir.ef Z«rnl*l.lf o J 0 0 Runnili.li RlmpMn,rt ft 1 1 0 6l«v*r-!f C.rv.tl · I J ' · ft J 1 ft 3 6 (I , 1urn*ll«.p A 1 S O U.mon.rf 4 3 « 0 Fllll.rald.t 4 1 0 3 Pl*w*.?b 3 1 0 1 Brldt*a,u 1 1 0 0 i-B.rbir.l 0 0 O O d-Bollltic 2 0 4 I AlMrnthy.p i - ' ,nmkr . ·-Brtionm Ktmmr«r,p . b-flnyrjir Brtrly.p Total* 37 12 27 14 a--Qroundtd out t--Hit Into Tatal* » 13 27 13 for Abtrnathy In Jl* play (or PlIV- niir In 1th, c--6ih«l*d for BrldiM ID lh. d--Han for B*rb«r*t IB Blh. ·-- ilnilvl for Byirly in ith. HftHIH Oil/ ^ ,,,,,, I1 K - l l u n l . r - J . IXIlI-Ziinl.l 3, Pnw.i . L*mon 2. C*rv. Hmllh, Hl«v*r*. Yoit, lili.r. Rolllnc Mor.il *· Uih*r hit Into bl* play In Bth, 2fl---Smith. 3B-- hla.itrl, Slmpaon, Toal, KR^Zvrnla Pow*r, L*mon, fllav.ri. HP--Oraff. . fly--Powar, DP-- D«Ma.atrMlrnlf- ·owlr, Hunur-arAff-Powir, Qr*fr.D«. la*itrl.rvw«r, I.OB-- Kim** City «. · r 4. K.mm.nr 1. Ily.rly I,' BO-- .twrnalhy ?. K»lln4r 4. (*l4Vvft(ir 2 i/.'ly 2. HO-- K.lln.r i-tn. Tlumxii · 1 1 . (pitch.*! to 3 batt*r* In blhl, ·ruckl 1-1. Abtrnalrir 4-3 Kammtr.i ·i', CltY.ni.r 1-J4, Ry.rlr 1.2 ruck* o.|i. Abrrnallir 4-4. K'mm.f'ti -3. Cl»v.n|[*r 1.1. Ily.rly o-o. Wild 'llcll--K.mm.r.r. Wl^^Kallnir (i-31. lomm*"i'l.»In.. T--3:2»7 AU^LMTi Fanfare I only hope Pajarlto.Moreno's punch'is as big as his head. If it Isn't Joe Cotero will lick him next Tuesday night. A couple of weeks ago, llol lywood Legion publicist Don Kraier called me to ask: "Say, you do a show from the Pump Room on Sunday nlghU at 8, don't you?" "Oh, you know?" I giggled happily. "What I had In mind," Fra ser continued, "was for you to do an Interview with Pajarlto Moreno." "But ho can't speak English and I can't speak Spanish," : protested. "In fact, there are certain parties who even ques- Jon my ability to ipeak English." "No problem," Fraser shot back. "I'll bring his American representative, George Parnassus, along. George can be the nterpreter." * *' FRANKLY, the Idea didn't send me. But, after all, those ire nice people over at the -eglon, Why shouldn't I give .hem a boost for their fight?" "OK." I told Fraser. "Bring hem out this Sunday. And If ton show up on time, I'll buy dinner." "We'll be there," the ,, press gent cried triumphantly. They weren't there. The Sunday morning that 7 Th* H*ar«n*r iN*v**i .,,_ * Mtch**iani*i« (flhoimkkir) , 18 J » t IVal*i)iu*la[_ B row,. _ .__. 1 Wl*. AmlrUin 3 Mobobo IH*rm«lil A Print* R*«dln( iSkut. 1» raronat iTaniauehll 14 Ku.l.ar Powr I P. H|I M Aflirnoon iVal.niu.ltl ALM ~ ' 'o/ warnlni, _ ^.. ______ _ 2»t th* (ftvorlt*, ,,,,,,, 3*1 win ...... TM.._TM 3*1 ' " i: pant.rou* ai ClOBkd w*|l (I Ju*t won with thl*"**llht." ^.7.TM 7-2 Woo )Mt at Biy M«adow*. 4-1 Good work4 to iMomm.lid. .». n*l Btabl* rum Ih.m f i t fl.l Work* Imtlcala fltn.ia fc-1 lH***polntni*Bt *o far, In.t Way n**il a r*** flr.t, lft.| (fr*4uat*d Ian atari. IS.1 Will fore* lha fit IS.) llaa plfkad a tciu(li fl«lrl _2«'I Klnlihad third a. b.al.n laYorlt* 2'.1 O¥.rmalch«l. ......2S.I among alraiflir*. .....^ 2.1 B Hplki (N.rui . , , , 117 Blr.ni itrilcb runnir 7.2 ·J Rallyminlil (Tanliuchl) _.___ IS} Not «n ImpMilbli Ink .,,,,_, »·! 1 fo\i Von IVallniu.la) . 1)7 Not off lail rac* . . . ,,. ,, . *-l · ·HSMlu/i" 1 ".' 4-i.- Ili Wl "»" ·* '"' '"· "·"·. - - lu-i , . . . LN (IKHIVT--K IT tN B. rtHAU ft ll»r. l,t»«. "3 Ambol.ro i P o r t t r i b Count Arri J VH. ALLMWANCRM. Tilt hav* won. en*. bad raea. It Irlih.r l|yindini _.... )2o liior. lilt lart ]4 a.Warilik La4 lSho.mali.ri ..-- i j j P.rl of · ilroni «nlry 4 HhU4lll (Valiniu.lal i l l wTM, |..t. ....* up .., « a-KMCIal Ix»k (Inonitakin 117 Won lail In .low llm». J 7 Oat* Hmi*h*r llonl H7 Winning r*c* on* h*«a _.^.. 3 Pla»lown tlUrrnatii _.... I l l plterwd a t r l f l * high _. 10 Ru44y iTanlfucht) ^_ l i j had a rounh trip. ,, * 7t*d Pllhl.r l Y o r k t ...^ . - _.. I , \\\ Not too dcp^ndahl*. .._ . . 1 Trinilltlon IP. Monml , 111 Tmiih *pot «· plai*4. U Krliidiir l U d M r t l , ill Can r l ·*· murh hooi. .... « Aayval ir.l.rionl Ill PUKd afllnit tlllm.tl r . ... . 3-1 _ 3-1 .. 4.1 '.'. a-l «.| ..ln-1 ..l"-l hoth.r chanc., ... - ,..., to ... 7-R 1 Hrlnn«r . 4 f.r ·..lion iskuxi ........... s N.« ror«4l II (r.i.rK,nl T f*n**ri«* lllftrmktll . ^ I ()m. 114 N»»1 ................. _... »-- w Molt*r-tr*li»d tnlry. MINllllHOT-- H K W FIIBKlIT II. ,. I l l H.rr«d nolle* lail il*rl ft.2 I - lU :nlry hold* a .Irotii hand. 7-9 , . 1 2 0 Poof nortMrn form. .,, 3 - 1 ' 17 . Juit b*at Ih* top on*. 07 l«od raco on* hafK, ..._.. ........ H«l Not off r*Mnt form -- lo.i Fair UXnil mil... 14.1 ito V. ll.nl ... ................. ... · Otmdo (Ixmidtn) ....... ^..____ in A nprlnv Ilojr iVal*nill*l*l _.,. ----- 1 1« 3 «h*r*helrttr IHlMMtnKk.ri ---------- I I * ' ,',,ulj Hrim N'Prliihl 1fkuM| 3 Honf of Apl* tNllrll) HM J K*lr.no ( V o r k t P. and · Hobtaw lxl«ii?SllllT-- rMrSf^iH. .......... .»d O'. 111. rm. I l l l»l Hi. r»c«. ... ....... . tnd il (i,ur*i cloi*. Al»*yi eloi.. w«ll l*,hi*ro(i* wllh thl* ho». Hlurp drop In l «nr r«e*il Dili c IN lort« th* p«n. o«n *od null M4.i.» had, i.ti i.rt. may UI-STS M«nl Probable Winner-- Lover Boy In 7th. Hint B«t-- So V.llunt In Dlh. !n»«t Money FritspMt -- Our In 3nt. . Tlm4-- :Ml Clnui XI4 . Win J'«rl»y-- Thn 8«*rcher In 4th to Ambolero In 6th. Jxingihut Hpeel*U -- Q u i c k Ch»r|e In 2nd. . · Flam Survives . Second Round in Paris Net Play PARIS ur -- Herb Flam of loverly Hills Joined Budge Patty as the lone American survivors as h« won his Mcond.round match Wednesday In the Paris International tennis champion* ship* a* four other Americans Were ousted. Flam needed five sets.before eliminating Bob Dedard of Ca HH(I». 6-3, 3-6, 4-6, 6-1, 6.1. But Gil Shea of Los Angeles lost to Aussie Bob Howe, 6-2, 6-2, 7*3 and Robert Halllet of France defeated Cerry Most of Miami Bench, 6-1, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3. Philippe Washer of Belgium downed Hugh Stewart of P*sa- dena, 6-1. 6-1, 6-0 and Giuseppe Merlo of Italy beat Sid Schwartz of'Brooklyn, 6«4, 6-4, 2-6. 6-3. In a fcatura match of the day, Kurt Nielsen of Denmark defeated former Wimbledon champ Jaroslav Drobny, 6-0, 2-6, 5.7, ».7, 8-6. r)«raleh.d--All V a n , Itaka lloua., Bit Al RA('r%-4 ferlaHll! Mftniy *p«nd*l. rlk«. 10.30 In.00 i Stlv.r niiadow. oll**on O.tU) Arnarilhi M*fc Vnrk ....... A.lio Tlrai-- l i l l ) . aciallh«l~8wllt V*r. "M'* Pl*«*ur* Cnlhu.lacm, TrlfiJt ·imnn HACK--iv mit*i J«l Klfkl*. I- Mr no ll.M 7. JO «,10 Brown Bant, porur ._ , xD.OO lf.0l ^aqulla 11 U*r*nn li AO Ttma-ll i44. fl*r*'tch"*i"^-"J.'*to*orno. J.rldi, Bon.in Kill., UariVi Turk, t'tll'RTH hACr-« fnHMIltll 1...II10, Ilirmiti..... II.SO 10.10 4.50 r|anilful Hill. Ywk 4.70 ' 3.20 Tlm*-l ilo. aVirVi ·'riVd^-ftunninr VlFTH TIACr/--· f»rl.«i.i Mowatvil Doln Tnith 10.10 O.»o Win* Roll. NIT*« .. ,, 6.20 rl*;lit*r D*yi Vtliniuila ......... 2 Tim*--ljW«i « « r * I * h l d--n tiiri* fclonn nod 1 !*!! FOIUI, HIXTII HAfB--)a* mll.i Or«y Towir. York... 7.IU «.JI M*n*||lo. Coil* -- 16.7U Livrk* Uu*l«. Harrnati .... --, Tim*--l!S*!i. N« aerit-*--- Hollypark Results KIHNT RACK-- fl f«rlc«|t! «l»n| Ril4llo Trftiia Ulroni Biy, llrmll I «.7u I 1 ·» I '.. ~ Vlllasi If, Hnr.no «.OO 4.0H ''aliniulla ._ ,, 3.10 l.to 3.20 1 ,70 II * : 8 t'.Kt i--JM PrM. Ubtral ' ' (tArn--i ixint t.HJ ^rle*. l^ncn*^ , Art, Tanil'K. .--- - j Koyal Aeadimy Val*h«u«l« 2 . 1 0 tlmi-- l i J l H . a-Ceupl«d wllh Oiill. Q«H. HA «rratrri»l. KlnHTH HACK--!,, Od. I«nv4*n. . , 7,)0 B.ln 3.*fl ln| Julian. Pnrt.r ..,,« 14.SO ln.40 nil Tim*. John*or . 7.00 Tln*-- 1I4IH. Herltfbid--Fix Up, T«k* LMrl. Mason's Specials B*a*N l» 'iWliM'a Tip-- IHMft ·»·· I* lit, v Good Time Pace YONKERS^N. Y. W--Adlos Harry, world mile record holder, and Diamond Hal from California, meet for the third time In the ?25,000-added Good Time Pace tonight at Yonken raceway. , . iloreno was due to guest on the irogram, Fraser called me at lome, "Got some bad news," he be ;an sidly, "What's the matter?" I ashed. Did Goldstein suddenly Inherit million dollars?" "Oh, no," the publicist counted. "Th!i Is bad news for ou. Moreno won't be able to low up tonight." *. * * ' "\VHV IS THAT bad news fo me?" I wondered. "I don't ca If he shows up or not. I wa just trying to do the Legion favor. But why, pray tell, won he be able to show up?" "Well," Fraser hedged. "He In training, of course." "Yes, 1 know, But he was I training when we nwdo th date." "The truth Is," Fraser con tlnued. "Nobody can hnndlc th kid. Ho doesn't want to do I doesn't want to go anywhere. "He's aware, of course," I cu It, "That every npnearnnee h makes will put money In h. pocket; It'll help the Rate." "I don't know whether he I or not," Fraser confessed, "A I know Is, nobody can hand! him." You mean George Parmssus who has mnnaged several worli champions and contenders, can't handle a 19-year-old kid, who speaks no English, In a strange country?" Nope," Fraser a d m i t t e d sadly. 'How about his regular man ager, Lupe Sanchez?" "He can't handle the kid either." Needless. to say, I promptly forgot about the thing. I went out and got another guest, and tho Incident slipped my mind. Then Wednesday night, matchmaker Jackie Leonard happened to bring up Pajarito's name; "I can't understand the kid," he said. "He's already ducked out on three radio Interviews." "I know," I told him. "I was one of them." "Everytlme I try to explain these Interviews are good for the fight," Leonard added, "the kid just says: 'I no need nothing. I set J17.500 anyway'." I looked Interested. Leonard only shook his head sadly: "What he doesn't realize," he snlcl, "Is that he's guaranteed 517,500 or 33 per cent of the olcs « 4-3 victory ovef the Detroit Tigers. Francona opened the 10th by drawing a walk oft Prank Lary, who had replaced starter Billy Hoeft In the ninth Inning when the Orioles scored a run to tie the score. After llob Nleman sacrificed and Gus Trlandos was Intentionally walked, O r i o l e Manager Paul Richards called on the left handed hitting Plla- rlck to bat for right handed Dick Williams. Tiger Manager Jack TIghe replaced Lary with southpaw Al Aber and Pllarclk rapped a hard iouncer which scooted through Uoone'i legs and sent Francona home with the winning run. It was the fourth extrn-lnnlng game for the Orioles In the paul week and the only one they lave won, Mr»ll AK H I ) A AH H O A Rolling,3b II 0 A 1 Oardn*r,2b A 3 I 3 Kuinn.M t o i l Kill.3b l 11 1 I HooD*,lb a 7 A 0 rrancona,rf 3 o 1 0 Maiw*!l,lf 3 3 2 0 Nliman.lf 3 0 3 0 Kallni.rf 3 1 A 0 Trllndoa.e 4 1 9 0 4 0 4 0 W l l l l i m i . l b 4 1 13 1 MEETS PRESS Score to Vacate Bed CLKVKLAND (CD--Injured pltchfir Herb Mourn moved another «tr| along the road to recovery Wednnnlay with the announeement Im will meet the prro» today for tho flrst tlnm «lnm his accident and probably will leave Hie hoipllal next week. After his hospital rrleun, tho CleveUnil Indian*.' otrlke- out artist will complete his recuperation at his uncln'i home In Ifa(rrritown, Mil. Tutlll.cf 4 II 3 0 r-pllarclk KlnH.ii.3h 3 0 3 S Pyburn.cf b-t)1tmr,3b 1 1 0 0 Rrldlwar.M 1 1 0 0 a 0 0 2 Citearalll.p 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 a-Iloyd 1 0 II - 0-0 0 0 ZU**rlnk,p 0 0 O 0 fMft.p -*ry.p AlMr.p Total* 1A A M.3*. B Total* 32 7 30 14 k--on* out wh.n winning run ttond. a--Find out fnr c*«ctr*lll In Bth. d--fl!ngl«d for Plnnlgan In loth. «-- AlnglM lot William* In loth, Dflrall , , , MO MM Ml--0 I PMIIIirwn ,,..,.._.,, 10« ·» Ml--t 4 RBI--Uliwltl, Kalln. Trlindnl 1, Wllann. Oardn.r. Pllarrlk. 2It--Ilootii ttaxw.ll, Oardn.r, Trlando*. Wll. I. 'DP--nnlgati-Ho'lllng-Hnon*. f.OU-- 4lroll A, Ralllmor. 10. BB--lto.fl q, ' . CKcir.ni ·. no--llo.rt 4, arilll 8, Zux.rlnk 1. 1I(_ llo.it Zuv.rlnk l-'l. lttER-Ho.lt 3-.1. *rr 1-1 CK.ar.ll| 3-3. WP--Zuv.rlnk 3-0). LP--Lary |2-«l. u--Umont, par.lla. Hurl.y, Run|t. T--2:31. Seals Win in 10th Inning on Charity Run SAN DIEGO Wl--San Fran- Cisco scored a run In the 10th nnlng without getting a hit to defeat San Diego, 3-2, In a Pa- 'If Ic Coast L e a g u e jjamc Wednesday night, John Gray, who went the dls- ance for San Diego, walked In he winning runs after the Seals hml loaded the banes on a walk and two errors by Padre short- ui»»« -- ...... AJI H n A ·lmbrf.li J J o a Robln«m,rf ,, j K*ouah.c( 4 1 4 1 «d.roff,3b - 3 1 B 3 lAKklln'rf 4 0 1 0 ll.falaao.U . 1 1 1 ) '· 1 I* 1 Kai.k.rib 3 1 0 gate. With proper exploitation, :hls fight should draw $100,000. That means he could make THIRTY-FIVE thousand. "But he doesn't seem to un derstand." (Tune In Bnb Kelley nightly nt 6 on KMPC). California League TUno 14, Kr*mo 10 Bti»klon 14. HlllltKI 1. Mo,1f.l,. 2, Kin J«" 1. Htkltlflllj 3, VI..11. 1, [oe Price Wins Brentwood Purse Waiting until the pace-setters burned themselves out with a blistering pace, Jockey Johnny Longden b r o u g h t Joe Price through the stretch Wednesday to win the seven furlong Brentwood Purse at Hollywood Park by a length and one-half. Liberal Art was second and favored Royal Academy third, Joe Price ' was clocked In 1:212/5, one of the fastest times j on record for a three-year-old. · He paid $7.10 to win. | Six California!! Nominees Go Six nominees to the SIOO.WX Added Callfornlan Saturday wll pass the mile and one-sixteenth classic and Instead, have been named to start today In the fea tured $10,000 Ingiewood Cham bcr of Commerce purse at On same distance at Ilollywooi Park. The sextet Includes Santa Anltn Maturity winner, Spinney Omclla, Pay Section, Posadas Lover Boy and Alldon. Also In the field are Bom Rich and New Forest II. . Jttpock front whttli Chtck cylinders, drums Ad/usl brakes ' AddlMd Bellflower Torrance 17223 S. Billflower Blvd. 2026 Torrance Blvd. j ^ Long Beach j ' ' 444 E. Anaheim St. and 2169 Bellflowtr Blvd. 1 Aft* I *· U -- 0*7 *F M*Ml«*t -- Tr Soulhirn Cslllornli MIMUry Aoidimy, 206S Chirry A»i, HE 8-1115 S U M M E R C A M P F O R B O Y 5 top Bill Moran. 6 2 1 u 4 a 14 C.ll.rt.lb talton,2b l«nna,c irnay.e . 3 1 3 4 Hor.nn n o 1 II 3 0 3 n l l . r r . l . M . J b S 1 I 4 a u 3 0 W.rd.lb 4 1 1 1 2 0 0 3 0 Jon...fl 4 0 il O 3 0 0 2 llt.ir.P 3 1 II 0 (i o o u d-Avirlll i u frlng.p Thill.!. .. . . ·Tannr.3b o u o Forum 1 u 0 II ·Umt'hl.U 1 o o n deCall,p 1 0 1 0 ' Tollll 33 A 30 13 Total. 37 11 30 1: a-Jtan for Halloa In »ih. b-Popp*4 an. »r Totnay In B|h. C.B.I, nn *rror (or w«l In iilb. d-Kmn*d (or Uurin in Mil MM Ml 1--3 -Torn*/." MuriiiTj' llarull 1. HHI -- Id.rotf. Harr.lt, *f«[frib«rg 2. H.riow. k l . H--Maltnb*r|t. DP-- llatton-K.llirl. atton-Aiprotnoni.-K.ll.rl K*ouih-Tvr «r. K«Iak-k«.]«rofl-Warf. LOB -- (tan rincl.co 12, Ran lil.no 10. RB--*prlm , Ofay » »(--«prtni 1. HrCill 1-lT ray A-io. n*Kn-»nrfni[ 1.1. or.y i.a. 'llq Pitch--(Jray JIHP^Oray by "print. WP--U-Call 13-01. LP--fitly (3-1). D-- ·likmirim, Yuhai., flor.nton. T--2:40. -- 1,421. Velasquez, Perez Meet at Olympic · Lulu Perez. 21-year-old Brooklyn lightweight, and 23-year-old Julian Velasquez at La Hahr*. will tanclc In a ID-round non- tclevlied main event tonight at the Olympic Auditorium. Perez, who hai looked (harp n local boxing drills detplte hli :encthy layoff, l a 10-8 favorite over his less experienced rival. This will be Perez' lint start since last August when Jio slipped Into voluntary retirement to put more time Into his ilowery Jewelry store and^rest up from five arduous years of pio boxing. At onetime Perez was rated the world's fourth tost featherweight. This was back In 1033 and '34 when he beat boys, like Glen Flanagan, Corky Gonzales. Bobby Woods and stopped Willie Pep and Tommy Collins, ' ', For Velasquez this is his .first big break. He could attain" national recognition with a ^mash- Ing win over the well known Perez. In his last bout Velasquez stopped Jimmy 1 loser. The 10-round televised main event tonight will pit BUI Tale, former All-Navy and All-Service middleweight champ, against Artie Dlxon of Los Angeles. Tale halls from N. Y. ' . Barbecue primer f o r , . outdoor Eating Wurm we«lhtr'» btrt--time to enjoy charcoal-hickory cooking. June) Better Jlomei A Gardna devoUi 14 pages to outdoor c»ling--16 b«r- bccitt feails with complete rodpc* and color pictum, plui a rundown of the newttt In barbecue »mr For outdoor esling snd enMrulwMnt. gtl your copy of June Better Hamei A Gartteiu lodsy, wherever mtf* zlnesiresoldl No. 300 With I.IT. lr»l -- Its. If.fI · f f\L MITCHELL REELS 16 UO JOHNSON CINTURY Ne. 100 O.KA SPINNING REELS -·"·" T 56 GR1AT LAKIJ ' SPINNING RODS""" SPECIALS GO ON SALI THIS SATURDAY. 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