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OaklandTribune, Sunday, May 14, 1944 cccc Gehringer Will Play Today Tennis Stars (Eagles Open Season Today Continued From First Sports Face YANKS REGAIN LEAGUE LEAD BY WIN AS A'S BEAT BROWNS BEAVER WIN GIVES THEM LEAGUE LEAD In Action Today Former Detroit Star Dons Uni 'Jinx' May Rule GolLTourneys and Ruts Carlisle, East Oakland League. NEW YORK. May 13. tyPi In 2 Tennis fans on both sides of the Art Macy. secretary of the Bay today will have aa opportunity battle of rookie southpaws.

Joe Centre! California Baseball Man Page proved superior to -the In agers' Association, will assign paid umpires to games. Sponsors of to see court stars In what is really their first hot tournament action of the Summer season. Out at San Pablo Park courts the eighth annual Li dians' 20-year-old Hal Kliene. and the. New York Yankees took the series opener from Cleveland.

5-1. today, before a crowd of 10 864 paid. Berkeley City Tennis Tournament moves into the semi-finals. Over PORTLAND. Ore May 13.

The Portland Beavers took over the lead in the Pacific Coast Baseball League tonight by beating Hollywood, 3-2, in 11 innings while teams contribute to the umpire fund and also furnish each team uniforms. Little Grass Shack, winner of the 1943 pennant are again competitors. Larry I.oweiy is manager of the club. Managers of the 24 teams are all baseball men with minor and semi-pro league experience. The same victory, coupled with the defeat of the St.

Louis Browns by the Athletics at Philadelphia, enabled the world champions to regain first place in the American League. A's Defeat St Louis, 8-3 Seattle was downing San Francisco. Portland is a half game' ahead of San Francisco. With Lieut Charley Gehringer, St. Marys Pre-Flight coach, entering the line-up for the first time in a league game, the Air Devils will take on the Livermore Naval Air Station today at Pre-Flight, in this week's feature game of the Army-Navy Baseball Association.

Gehringer, now 41, has not played since 1941, except for occasional exhibitions. But his Navy duties have kept hirn in shape. Livermore playoff champion last year, now leads the circuit with four victories and no defeats, while the Air Devils, pennant winners in the regular 1943 league schedule, are in second place with three wins and one loss. tl pfnnH Raspman John Among those who will lend their time and effort to the loop are Carroll Yerkes. former Philadelphia Athletic hurler; Bruce Cunning Hollywood 000 000 200 002 8 5 Portland 010 000 100013 7 0 in San Franeisco the California Tennis Club will put on a tournament with several of the best known names in National tennur appearing on the program.

Doubles, mixed doubles and several singles matches featuring both men and women players will mark the Berkeley Tournament play. Feature doubles match will see E. Boris and B. Schneider taking the courts against N. Dowling and B.

Chandler. In the women's singles, the match between Olive Boyle and Jeanne French to draw a big gallery. The Westbay Tournament will PHILADELPHIA, May 13. P) The Philadelphia Athletics knocked the St Louis Browns out of first place in the American League today ham, former Boston Brave; Bill Son Diego Defeats when they pounded four Brownie Plummer. former Seattle Indian hurler: Bob Reed, who caught for the Seals.

Johnnv Thomas, who By LEE OWEN T7e've spoken before in this col- umn of the screwball superstition! which obtains among golf professionalsand among a lot of the-simGnpures, too to the effect that the fellow who grdbs off medal honors in qualifying rounds of a championship tourney. Invariably gets knocked off early when it comes to championship match play. Well, that "hex" legend is going to get a triple tryout today on three separate Eastbay golf courses where championship rounds of play ace in progress in the Oakland city-tournament at Lake Chabot, in the Orinda Country Club championship and still again out at Sequoyah, where a club championship tourney also is being played Maybe, if all three medalists in all three championship tournaments do an early exit before sundown tonight, there might be enough to that "jinx" legend to warrant medalists hereafter in borrowing a couple of dozen rabbits' feet and consulting a few voodoo doctors. HALL SEEKS TALISMAN The most assiduous seeker of some kind of a talisman which will sidetrack the legendary hex stuff today's tournament matches is reported to be Ralph Hall. Oakland Angels in 11th, 10-9 pitchers for 17 hits and an 8-3 vie LOS ANGELES, May 13 i.P played outfield for the Seals, and tory.

in the first game of their series San Diego, held scoreless for seven Joe "Niif Silva who played in before a crowd of 6125. innings, tallied nine runs in th tne leanp eighth today but sun naa to go are for- Red Sox Down Tigers, 4-2 Among other managers ionows: iuus. uni rciiu-pio suns. 5 M-ju 11 mnv frames before defeating Los Angeles. Five Angel pitchers tried Lauren Garrett.

Art Barber. Roxie hii- f'r i' Hutchinson and Right Fielder Bob Bergstrom through detachment to ether naval aviation bases this week has forced Gehringer to substitute himself at second and Jack Tobin. former Louisville star and a recent arrival at Pre-Flight, in right field. bring out such well known name players as Ensign Jack Kramer of Los Angeles, No. 2 player in Na- tional ratings; Richard Benton, Rocky Mountain champion; Lyttle-ton Rogers, 6-foot 8-inh former A I A 1 I All 4113 1 bil I UIIH 111 their luck at stilling the Padre bats.

Silveira, Jim Gunter, Al Matulich, while three hurlers worked for San the fourth inning, the Boston Red Sox defeated the Detroit 4 Charley Gehringer Diego. san Drego I los angeles AB A ABRHO A to 2. today in the opener of a three-game series. Senators Beat White Sox WASHINGTOII.

May 13 i "Buzz Olson, Pat De Adrian Bridges, Frank Ivaldi, Joe Cabral, Bill Peterson, Bill Gon-salves, Frank Kennedy, George Burke. Andy Genovisino. 'Al Brown, Bill Steinback. Hub Badger. Pnmo Bazzani and Larry Lowery.

Following are the schedules for today: BAV VIEW It AG IE 2 3 Gariot.c( 4 2 0 3 0 Irish champion: Lieut. John Ager of North Carolina and numerous others. Play in the Berkejey Tournament gets under way at 9 a.m. and con tinues throughout the daju Whlr.3b 6 2 Calvey.i 5 1 Tobin is a brother cf the Boston Braves' Jim Tobin of no-hit fame. GREAT TIGER STAR One of the greatest second basemen in the history of baseball.

Gehringer starred at Detrofr for 16 years from 1926 to 1941. He hd an all-time major league, battine Oaks Defeat Solons, 1 to 0 2 1 3lFrndes.c 3 2 1 3 1 4 1 2 13 1 0 8 5 1 2 3 2 3 1 Nrbert.lf 3 112 0 1 6 1 Salvtrrf 4 10 0 2 2 3 0 Hillr.s-2b 6 0 0 7 7 Roger Wolff, knuckleballer. held 2 Balncr.c 2 0 Abort, II 1 fi 1 Whml.rf 4 1 Hopelesly trapped between Second Baseman Mullen and First Baseman Lupien It the PhUlies is Cub Shortstop Merullo. A.P. Wirephoto.

the Chicago White Sox to seven hits tonight while the Washington Sen ators pounded out 19 off three I i Bear Netmen Defeat Officers of Monterey 1 2 Salkld 3 0 View Paik. IK and Wood Streets. Oakland Laundry vs. Chapel of the Oaks. No 1.

Ill a in. 0 Tom McDermotl Tiper. vs. C. Roy O'Berker's Beai.

Ba View No 1. 12 noon. 01 Johnny Soma 12th Sired Club vs. Oak- 1 3 1 Smalley 3 0 .1 1 1 0ComU.p 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 Malory. 0 0 0 0 0 0 OlAdanis.p 0 0OO 0 0 1 Moore 0IO0 Chisox pitchers for a 12 to 2 average of .321 and a fielding figure: of .976.

played in six all-star games Continued From First Sports Page Having made a clean sweep' made a clean sweep of 1 harness-cop. Hall not only is defending club champion at Lake Chabot but he also is this year's medalist. On top of that he is scheduled today to tackle Clifford Marvin, Jhnn.p Cecil. Stenr.lf land Casket Co Bay View No. 1, 10 a.m in which he hit .500 and fielded i Cubs Drop Another, 6-2 Elko 1 0 0 0 0 Steln.p 0 0 0 0 0 Osborn.p 1 0 0 0 1 Ogork.2b 10 0 12 three World's ins lu .1 000, took part George Drununond's Knollj- Pine vs.

Superior Tile Bay View No. 2, 12 noon. A l.E Bushrod Paik. 59lh Sued, off of Tele CHICAGO. May 13 --J) Bill I.eo, Series, in which he batted .321 and fielded .976 and was named the pitching star of the Chicago Cubs' Totals 44 10 IS 33 101 Totals 39 9 7 33 21 graph: wnuse cnier Dusiness activity is conducting funerals.

Marvin also is a golfer of considerable talent Good enough, in fact, that he al 1935 and 1938 pennant drives, held his old team to seven hits today, to hurl the Philadelphia Phillies to a in the sixth but that threat was wiped out by a double play, Rosen-lund to Herrera to Camilli. The Oaks were virtually handcuffed for the seven innings they played but they had enough power to capitalize on LeGault one moment of i akness. l.nmpei-s I'ost vs. I3artenders Union, No. I 10 a Cook's I'moii s.

Milkwagon Drivers, No 2. 12 noon. Sheet Workers vs. Teamsters ready has hung three or four defeats Bears Defeated By Coast Guard Scoring 11 runs in the seventh inning. 1he Alameda Coast Guard niive- shellacked Clint Evans' Uni most valuable player in the American League in 1937.

Ensign Ray Scarborough, former hurler for 1h- Washington Senators, will undertake the job of trying to stop the Livermore Naval Air Station'? lii-Eiimc winning streak. 6 to 2 triumph. The loss was the on the Oakland rurale. nine matches with the officers team of the Monterey Presidio yesterday afternoon in Berkeley, the University of California tennis team will meet sterner competition to- day in a team match with the Berkeley Tennis Club. The matches will start at 10:30 this morning at the tennis club, Nibs Price.

director of tennis announced. Harry Buttimer. Ellis Slack. Arthur Foff, Harry Musselman. Louis Brennwald and Rudolph Kuhn will play singles.

Doubles teams are Buttimer and Slack, Whitney and Korn, and Applegarth and Potts. Cubs' 15th in their last 16 games. Local 70. No. 2.

10 a Halls brother coppers and also his brother golfers are authority for tne into that for three days he has Braves Again Beat Bucs PITTSBURGH, May 13. iB Retail rood clerks Painters I'nion, No, 2. 12 noon AST OAKLAND I HAM Elmhmsl, tHlh AveniM, and Castlemont Foothill Houic ard al 87th Avenue Cooper's Mnrluarv vs McDonough been very much distraught over Sterner ran for Abbott in 11th. Moore batted for Smalley in eighth. Elko batted for Stein in eighth.

Score by innings: San Diego. 0000000900 110 U. Aneeles 200010150009 Summary Errors: Wheeler 2. Miller. Smalley.

Runs baited in: Russell 2. Fer-nandes4. Culvey. Salkeld. Abbott 2.

Gudat. Reynolds, Wheeler. Patchett 3. Ganiott Two-base hits: Calvey. Noabert, Russell.

Abbott, Patchett. Fernandes. Whipple Home run: Fernandes. Stolen base Patchett. Sacrifices: Russell 2, Salkeld.

Double plays: Smalley to Miller to Bus-sell; Abbott to Ballinger: Miller to Smalley to Russell: Miller to Russell. U-ft on bases'. San Diego 8. lxis Angeles 10 Bases on balls: Off Daso 8. Cornelias 2.

Adams 3, Cecil 2. Osborn 1. Strikeout: By Dasso 8. Cornelias 1, Cecil 1. Earned Manager-Catcher Ray Lamanno.l Vubi Separovich.

Sacramento former Cincinnati star, announced business manager, announced yes-todav that either Jim Gibson from tcrdiiy that he had signed Otto Mey- wis mumbo-iumbo stuff about med Steel Co. Catlemoiit. 10 am. Those unpredictable Boston Braves maintained their hitting mood for the third straight day and blasted alists being under evjl spells; also versity of California varsity, 14 to 1he Texas League or Gt orge Little Grass Shack vs. Bellinc's Furni former Hollywood outfielder, was released bv the Stars on ture.

Castlemont, 12 noon. tnat he has been button-holing them son from the Pioneer League, wi 3, yesterday at Edwards Field in Berkeley. three Pittsburgh Pirate pitchers for Bercuvich and Son vs P. Austin Realtors. Elmhurst.

10 a.m. Leo Baton's Normal Pharmacy vs. Roseroont Rail room. Flinluirsl. 12 noon 23 hits as they hammered out a 16 lor a few hours loan of their luck iest amulets or pocket-piece.

GOT ANYTHING Ll'CKY? to 2 victory to sweep the series, 3 to 1. Southern Association Memphis S. Blrmtnfham 1. Chattanooga 1, Atlanta 13. Only lamci achectuled.

the eve of a bonus payment and worked out with the Oaks in the Southland a week ago. lie a good ball player and should help the struggling Solons who shoved deeper into the cellar by their current sot-to with the climb Second threatened victim of the Wayne Hooper and Forrest Gee were batted out by the berserk Coast CuardiTs and Jerry Huttbn finished the inning which saw Catcher Chris llartje hitting a home Giants Defeat Reds, 7-4 English Race Fans Set Wagering Mark CINCINNATI. May 13. W)-The run and a triple. rum: Off Dasso.

in i'i innings; o-mellas. 4 in 7 plus; Mallory, 2 In 1 Stein, 0 In 'i; Adams, 3 In l'a; Johiuon. 1 In 0 plus; Cecil. 0 In 314; Osborn. 1 In 3 Off Dasso.

in T' Stein, 1 In 'i: Cornelias. 7 In 7 plus; Johnson. 2 In 0 plus: Mallory. 2 in Cecil. 0 in 3'3; Adams.

in 8'3; Osborn. 3 in 3. Winninir nitrher: Cecil. Losing pitcher: medalist fetish is Walter E. Henderson, low-score qualifier in the second round of the Orinda club championship today.

Among other things. Henderson is president of the Northern California Amateur Golfers' ing Oak.s. MOW ASCOT. England. May 13.

(7P) A wartime record for the muluels was' established today bv 45,000 race SACRAMENTO OAKLAND Coast Guard 14 17 4 California 3 6 7 All li II () A AH A Osborn. Umpires: Fanning and Widner association, and ought to have some New York Giants evened the series with Cincinnati by. winning the final of a four-game series today, 7-4. Cards Again Beat Dodgers ST. LOUIS.

May 13. The St. Louis Cardinals made it three followers who jammed this historic I 2 0 dull 4 110 3 4 Hndlv.2b 4 Time 2:54. Batteries: Manuel and Hartie, 2 0 3 4 116 0 course for ils 1944 debut poured case history stuff on this medalist-jinx abacadabra. He tackles J.

M. Rosis.rf 4 0 11 Rslnil 'lb 3 0 0 3 2 Benevetti; Hooper, Gee, Hutton and $500,700 into the waiicrinR machines Seattle Rainiers Blank Ware. The attendance was the highest of Hunt, reputedly one of Orinda's sharpest-shooting short-aame spe mm San Francisco, 3 to 0 the new season which opened out of four from the Brooklyn lake the mound for his air station nine. COAST GVARD TO PLAT Resuming one of the hottest athletic rivalries in the service, Coast Guard units from Alameda and San Francisco crbss hats in Seals' Stadium at 2:30 o'clock. Both teams, the Surf Riders from Bay and Powell Streets, and Sea Lions from Government Island, are just hitting their strides, and a win for cither club will count heavily in, their race to overhaul the league leaders.

The meeting will also find two of the finest right-handers in the Bay Area tangling. Johnny Mullins, redheaded San Francisco Commerce High School product, will represent the Surf Riders on the mound, while Veteran Mars Lewis. Boston Red Sox farmhand, opposes Mullins for the Sea Lions. GARIBALDI ON TEAltl Along with the two outstanding htirlers. many former professional stars will be in action.

For the Surf Riders. Art Garibaldi, former Cardinal: Joe Morioseph ofthe St. Louis seph of the St. Louis cialist. And like Law Enforctr Hall Easter Monday at Windsor.

Dodgers by winning today's game Tommy Fitzpatrick SEATTLE. May 13. P) The Trains to Ascot were jammed and 8-4, with a five-run rally in the he is reported to have been seeking the left hind leg of a blue rabbit fifth inning. Seattle Rainiers. behind the seven-hit pitching of Byron Speece scored a 3-0 shutout over the league lead Ta Cam Bar Yam Fancntw Una Recapped With Truck Rubber Certificate Nte Thlt But Quality tjnthctta Track Rmbbtr Wm Formerly Allowed Truck Ttru Onlr the roads were filled with walkers, cyclists, taxis and varied forms of horse-drawn vehicles as the enter- caught' with the bare hands by the All Stars Coach Tommy Fitzpatrick of Roosevelt and Elgin Erickson of Berkeley Navy in 23rd Victory McElh.lf 4 0 12 fl Scarsel.lf 3 0 2 2 0 4 fl 0 14 3 0 0 8 1 4 0 1 2 3 0 0 0 0 Wataon.s 4 0 0 0 6 Loreni.c 3 0 0 0 Marcui.c 3 0 1 3 0 3 0 12 3 Legalt.p 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 0 Totals 34 0 8 24 Totals 29 2 5 27 9 Score by innings: Sacramrnto 00000000 OO Oakland 00020000 02 Summary Errors: None.

Runs hatted In: Kreevirh. Scarsella. Two-base hits: Caulfirld. Kreevleh, Scarsella. Stolen base: Kruger.

Double play: Caulfirld lo Herrera to Camilli. Earned runs: Off Le-Banlt 2. Left on bases: Sacramento 7. Oakland 3. Base on balls: Off Lenault 1.

Strikeouts: Ry Leeault 3. Stromme 2. Umpires: PrmHJ and Ford. Time 1:29. Attendance.

ugni oi a new moon. We' can't speak authoritatively regarding Carrel Weaver, defenriinu ing' San Francisco Seals here tonight. Ray Harrell held the Rainiers to eight hiti but three Seals errors tainmcnt-hunury throims relaxed In the shadow of the forthcoming invasion. will coach the Eastbay All Star champion and medalist In Seauo- liiKh school baseball learn at Seals yah first round of club title nlav SAN DIEGO, May (Pi-Tire Naval Training Center's undefeated baseball team notched its 23rd victory today by defeating Camp Pendleton for a 19 to 5 score. helped pile up the Seattle victory margin.

Nlrht ramp. today for the reason that our Iowa Navy Wins Ivjy Ti II secret operatives haven't gotten home yet from the recent Calcutta IOWA CITY, May 13. (U.R) Stadium, San Franeisco, the night of June 23. Pop Elder of Mission High will coach the Sun Franeisco loam. The came is hemp: cnriritieted by San Francisco Council of the American l.ej;ion and all profits from the game will go to the Legion Pool night at that institution San Francisco 000000000 (l 7 3 Seattle 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 8 (1 Batteries: Harrell and Sprln.

Sprerc and Sueme. The Iowa Navy Tro-FIight. baseball leam today avenged last week's Mark Fry. professional at Scquo- CHASE TEDDY 288 21st Near Harrison American Association 2. Milwaukee 8.

Toledo 5. Minneapolis 4. Loiiiville 2, Kansas t'ily 3 (10 Columbus 7. St. Paul 8.

nowever, slaps this "medalist" black -spell legendary lore right in Bin Du and Bassler, Alendqe loss lo Iowa State College by defeating the Cyclones this afternoon 5 lo 1 Browns, and junior baseball program on- iace. weaver pairs off with Charles Carev today 'Ho Mix in Golf Final W.S.C. Beats Idaho PULLMAN. May 13 fP. The Washington Stale College baseball tram overcame a seventh inning 2Vun today to defeat 1 Dy ld'iy.

says rr BSSvsri. I dui i not making any predictions ibout next time." However, and laying aside a 1 1 the University of Idaho. 15 to LONG BEACH. May Harry Bassler of the Fox Hills Country Club at Hollywood, and Clayton Aleridge, Huntington Beach pro. will meet tomorrow in the 36-hole finals of the 20th annual Southern California P.G.A.

tournament. Bassler advanced to the finals by n-wuaji superstitions about golf Paterson of the Oaks wTS take the field In other games. McClellan Field, denuded of the former professional stars who once made the Fliers the most feared team on the coast, travels to n. Shoemaker Field, with only Phil 'Scooter" Riz-zuto. former Yankee short pateher, remaining on its list of gold-plated ''talent, travels to Vallcjo.

Receiving Ship draws a bye. I. FACTE STAVDIVO and end the season with a slrini; of 10 straight, wins against three early losses. YOUR MOTOR CAR FOR inree cnampionship tournaments today ought to be worth some entertaining results. 44 I Willie Hunter of the AMERICAN LEAGUE Riviera Country Club, 2 and 1 today.

Aleridge downed RalDh Gul- Today's Semi-Pro Games vs. Ben WHAT WILL IT BE Iist I'd. W.i jdahl. Chula Vista pro, by the same Sir I srnn, Leandro. 2:30 Southern Pacific Stars vs shoremen, lOTonlei.

Long- i Bay Meadows Results .333 FIRST RACE 4 3 2 2 2 I I I 0 I.ivrrnv.ri Pre-FHirtit Rcrrivinn Ship Shoemaker Surf Ririer S.M Linns Valleio Co avv, Yard vs- Simons (OToolei, Washington 12:00 Maritime Servire vs US Ma Lincoln 30-V. S. Marines of Alameda vs CH Knight, (Nelsoni. Lincoln.

2:30 Cincinnati Rnnli Club- W. L. Pel New York 11 fi .647 St. Louis 14 8 63fi Washington 11 .579 1 Cleveland 10 11 .476 3 Philadelphia 9 10 474 3 Chicago 9 11 .450 Boston 8 11 .421 4 Detroit 7 14 .333 6 iPlayfrr. Bailey.

11B War Allies, 6.30 $3 on 2 50 2 90 2 50 3.20 the Oaks. IServer-Gravi En, i 2:30 Colomho Cisco Police Department, (Youngi, Bush- $5 90 $.120 $2 90 3,30 2.80 860 Colonel le. HaritOs, 118 Time- 53 4-5. SECOND RACE Tyler Gulch. 119 Seattle.

Peteron, 119 Johto. Dye. 119 THIRD RACE -Gaucho. Gray. 118 Tr iple Bar.

Peterson. 110 Bonitea. Thaens. 1M Time 1:39 S-5. FOURTH RACE Pi mce Ernest.

Gray. 1 17 iuu no. 2. s.2;?.!' Bercovlch Son vs Federal 'Corhett i. San Pablo No.

2 2:30 Oakland Monarchs vs. Pops Inn Bay View No. 1. 2:30 CamD Kniffht fji v( Games behind leader, RESULTS YESTERDAY New York 5, Cleveland 1. Hoston 4, Detroit 2.

Philadelphia 8, St. Louis' 3. Washington 12, Chicago 2. $14.80 0O $4 .10 4.20 3.20 4.00 Stars, Bay View No. 2.

:00 Camp Parks vs. Oakland Naval Supply. Camp Parks. 30 Sherry Liquors vs. Permenente Club.

San Jose. $4 .60 $2 80 $2 40 Zacn Gray. Woodhonse, 108 J.20 2 80 4.3M 2:30 Valleio Wolves vs Firtelilv Trojans Defeat Bruins, California Continued From First Sports Tage meet record of 4 minutes. 19.9 seconds established by Cliff Halslead of U.SC. in 1932.

It was the best mile by a U.SC. freshman, the best previous being Lou Zamperini's 4 minutes, 18.3 seconds in 1937. Les Howe of California, a transfer from the University of Missouri, had a high jump mark of fi feet, 4 'j inches, the old meet mark being fi feet, 43n inches bv Duncan McNauehton of U.SC. iti 1932. ft too 001 0OO- 2 000 301 00 4 The score Delroit Boston Batteries: ti DearTjud.v.

Neves. 112 Time 1:11 1-5. FIFTH RACE Sn-rte. Corhett. 113 Ended.

Dubois, 116 Gold Mike, Johnson. 107 Time 1:11. SIXTH RACE $5.70 $2 50 $2.20 2.50 WW 280 O'NHI and Gentry. Mooty 7i and Swift rtec, fl 000 100 000-1 5 000 023 005 7 i Kleinc, Emhree (8 and Rosar ceptance Vallejo. 2:30 Bay Meadows vs.

San Mateo Blue. San Mateo. Tavern vs. Jefferson Club, Pinole. 2:30 Vallejo Builders vs San Fran-Hsco Fighter Wkigs, A.F.L.

Park. Vallejo. 1:30 Ransome Co. vs. Mendocino State Hospital, Talmadge.

2:30 Concordia College vs. 800th A.A.F., Concordia. The score5 Cleveland New York Batteries: New Frontier. 110 t9.80 $4.40 J3.49 and Hemsle The score II Cracked. DeerinR.

115 S.70 4.40 Bonnie Charlie. 5.90 Time- 1 :39 3-5. Won by "2 length. SEVENTH RACE- 0 Roll. G.

Zilfelt. 1 5 Jll.OO $5 40 J3.90 St. Louis 010 002 000 3 Philadelphia 001 212 10" -8 17 12:00 Robak's Buffet vs. San Francisco Batteries: HolllnKsworth. J.akucki r.i Overland Trilil.

110 8 40 4 (Botelho), Lockwood. Soldak (6) and Manonso; Black and Have: no 8.10 11 00 Dewey Tlgen vs. Tar-Macs, Tech High. The score F. Al Lawrence of the Trojans won Pnnia's tiiiu.

Wodhs. the high hurdles in 14.8 seconds, andj -finished second in the low hurdles' i-ce. rvr. Chiraco 000 000 002 2 7 1 Wa.hlnton 242 201 10 12 19 1 Beach Game. 1:00 Owl Drug Hexalls vs.

$23.00 $4 90 $2.70 Busters, James Kennev Park. 2.80 2.30 Motors vs. Want 2. 90 Lockwood. Batteries: Dietrich, Humphries i2.

nan- only to be disqualified. Bull ReiBll, Bniley. 121 Put In. Dennis. US ski 18.

and Tresh; Wolff and Guerra, Time 1:44 3-5. NINTH RACE-Tow Rope. Pf-'lerson. 113 Patan. A.

Shelhamer. 110 Indian Road. Thaens. 113 Time 2:49 3-5. $4 00 $2 no 7.90 4 10 3.10 International League Toronto -41.

Baltimore 5-5. Rochester 11. Newark 0. Syracuse at Montreal, postponed. Jersey City 9.


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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS New York 7, Cincinnati 4. Boston 16, Pittsburgh 2. Philadelphia 6, Chicago 2. St. Louis 8, Brooklyn 4.

The score Brooklyn 000 200 1104 9 3 St. Loute 000 051 02' 8 12 1 Batteries: R. Melton, Macllsh 5. Flowers (7) and Owen; Brecheen and W. Coope-.

LThe score Philadelphia 000 024 Oon -S 9 1 Jlucalto 000 20 00O 2 7 2 Batteries: Lee and Flndlcy; Wyse, Fleming and Holm. The score New York 232 000 0007 9 2 Cinennati 000 103 0004 13 2 Batteries: Adams. Polll and Lom-barrii; Fcrsuson. Malloy (it. Carter HI, Kalz 7.

Shoun (9. and Mueller, Just (4'. The score Boston 502 0J1 0331 23 2 Pittsburgh 002 000 000 2 4 1 Batteries: C. Barrett and Holfetth; Rsa clsno. Gee (It, Wiaa (8) and Lflpei.


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