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-ex THE DATEY 0ESTOCKAT. TAx.-iArASS35, FLOKIDX Sunday Morning, MarcK 2T, 1938 Csipitols Opeim Traiimigg; Yankees- To Play - Here Friday FOURTEEN MEN ARE ON HAND FOR 1STDRILL Exhibition Game With Champs Will Start At 2 P.M. Baltimore Orioles Again Beat Nashville; Play Here This Afternoon Br SONNY JONES Fourteen Tanahassee - owned players and several Nashville rookies are practicing daily under to direction of Manager Tim Murchieoo for the invasion oi the World Champion New York Yan-keaa ben next Friday. ... The CapitaU began practice Friday afternoon and were more than impress! Ye m their first two work-out. In addition to Jack Rid ing, utility tafielder and out fielder and Fred Ogle, pitcher, al ready In camp. Glenn Murray and Ruuell Gretger, catcher -outfield er, are expected today or Monday. President Fred Lowry said Murray. Star hitter of the Capital! during the first two pennant-win ning years of 1939 and 1936, has accepted local terms and is en route to the city. Orelger was expected early this morning from his home in Indiana. Flayers already in camp are Bud Turber of Danville, 13. catcher; Julc charmolue of Paris, m, first baseman; Sidings of McEwan, Term; Johnny Oil! of Bridgeport, Conn, shortstop; Francis McVay, third baseman, of Universal, Ind; Howard McCabe of Bridgeport, third laseman; Harry Taylor, of Paris, 111, pitcher; Kenny Sass of 1 Porte. Ind. pitcher; Fred Ogle eC Nashville, pitcher; Joe Gardina, pitcher, of Whiting. Ind; Mickey Haefner of New Athens, Ohio, pitcher; Jack Summ of Gary, ind, outfielder; Jim Buel of Staunton, lad. outfielder, and Paul Golden of Mount Ottve. HI, catcher-out fielder. Manager Murchison, who sue eeeds the popular Dutch Hoffman ae leader of the Capitals, said he will give his charges another leng thy workout this afternoon. If he k unable to use Centennial Field, Murchison said ht will use the diamondball field east of the reg ular baseball plant. Murchison. a southpaw pitcher who expects to take his regular Mm on the hill during the season, is more than optimistic about the team's prospects. T know several of the boys" he xeJd. "and I know they can hit f Murchison, s veteran of several years of organised baseball, also Is optimistic over his mound prospects. He said he believes several of those whom he has seen In action in the past will "bum up" the Georgia-Florida league this Rowe Blasted Hard hi First Comeback Try GEORGIA-FLORIDA BASEBALL LEAGUE SCHEDULE FOR 1938 SEASON: , ; Thursdays marked t"; Saturdays marked "s"; Sundays marked .- . M-nwhfle as Murchison went through daily drills, the Capitol front office prepared to care for the largest crowd ever to attend a baseball game here Friday. Tne Yankee-Capital game Is scheduled for a p m and more tnan 3,000 fans are expected. Many local stores are expected to ciose for the afternoon. Among the outstanding ment' bers of the championship team who will appear here are Lou "iron-Man" Gehrig, first base man; Joe DIMagglo. sensational outfielder, who has yet to sign his contract; Bill Dickey, veteran catcher; George Selkirk, hard hitting outfielder, and "Red" Ruf- rmg and Lefty Gomes, pitchers. Joe cordon, sensational fielding second baseman who Is ex pected to mi the shoes of the vet eran Tony Lazzeri, sold to the Chicago Cubs, also will appear In me swung line-up. SOUTHERN COLLEGE NET TEAM SCORES LAKELAND, Florida Southern College tennis players defeated Stetson, 6 to 3, for their nun victory in seven starts. Here is the way Southern play- en xareo: smith defeated Lowery, 7-B, a-4: Barnett lost to Schurr, . 3-6; Keys defeated Gore, -T. 6-1, 7-5; Jaeger defeated Strickland, 7-5, 7-5; Hlleman defeated Caldle, 13-10, 6-4; Wilkes lost to Carpenter, 6-3, 4-6, 4-6; Bamett and Smith defeated Gore and Lowery, 6-6. 11-9; Wilkes and KHeman defeated Carpenter and Caldle, 6-3, 6-1; Jaeger and Keys defaulted to Schurr and Strickland. Cincinnati .; Reds Beat Tigers 8-3; Cards Defeat Yanks LAKELAND, tf Lynwood (Schoolboy) Howe's attempted pitching comeback' with the De troit Tigers struck a snag and, as a result, the .Cincinnati Reds handed the Bengals a neat 8-to-S lacing in an exhibition game. : Rowe toiled the first three In nlngs and waa touched for five hits and four. runs, one of them an Inside-the-park homer by Harry Craft, Fed center fielder. Rowe appeared to have his former speed and good control but apparently lacked "stuff" after the first in ning. when he got the side out in order. Gene Shott, veteran righthander, went the distance for the Reds and allowed only seven hits, in cluding a home run by Pete Fox Cabs Beat Sox LOS ANGELES, W) Benefiting by two wild pitches in the seventh inning by Johnny Rlgney, Chi cago White Sox sophomore pitch er, the Chicago Cubs defeated their home-town American league rivals 4 to 3. It was a fourth consecutive victory for the Cubs over the White Sox. Phils S; A'i s : BTLOfL Miss, (ff) Southpaw Wayne Lamaster pitched and batted the Phillies to a I to 3 vic tory over the Athletics to give the Phils a 3 to 1 edge In their city series with the A s. Cords Gain Edge ST PETERSBURG, VP) The St Louis Cardinals took a 3-3 lead over the New York Yankees in their spring exhibition series when they rapped Red Ruffing and Lefty Gomes for ten hits and 4 to 3 victory. Rookie Enos Slaughter's home run with Bob Welland on! 'base in the fUth inning put the Cards in the lead while Ducky Med wick's double scoring Terry Moore in the seventh brought the winning run. CHanU Win BATON ROUGE. La, VP) Harry Gumbert and Cliff Melton limited the Cleveland Indians to three hits and pitched the New York Giants to a 4 to 3 victory. 'The Giants never were headed after .scoring two runs in the third inning off Willis Hudlin on a pass to Dick Bartell, Jim Ripple's triple and; an error by Lyn Lary. ' Lou Chloeaa added a homer in the fourth. , - Browns Beat Houston ; , i HOUSTON, Tex. VP) i- Stopped cold by two left-handers, the St Louis Browns had more success with a succeeding pair of right handers and eked out an 8 to victory in 11 Innings over Houston of the Texas league, The victory, the Browns' seventh In a row, resulted from excellent work by Rust Van Atta and Ed Cole. . , In In In In . In . - In v- Americus Albany Cordele Moultrie Thomasville Tallahassee I ' Apr. 14t 1T Apr. 27 28t May 6 7x Apr. 25 26 Apr. 18 19 . ' . ' May 1 3 May 23 24 June 1 2t May 16 17 May 13 14x .., May 28x 29 June 13 14 June 22 23t June 2 9t June 6 6 Amrima HaA June 18x 19 "July 8 9x July 18 19 June 29.30t July 3 24 AmeriCUS . sveaa July 4 PM July 29 30- Aug. 8 9 July 22 23x . July 25 26 ' "ri f. i.';- July 14t 17 Aug. 24 25t Sept. 2 3x , Aug. 12 13x . Aug. 17 18t - :,.,,'.,.,.,.,,.,., Aug. 3 4t :- ', t ; :. 'i ; ' " : Aug. 28 30 ' ' ' ' ; Apr. 13 15 Apr 18 21 1 Apr. 22 26 Apr. 28t 29 . K - May 9 10 .,,," May 4 5t May 11 12t May 18 19t May 20 24 May 30 31 May 25 26t June 3 7 June 8 9t June 15 . 16t . June 24 25x Albany June 20 21 the July . 5 25 June 27 28 July 6 ' 7t July 15 16x f July 4 Night July 27 28t July 20 22 Aug. 12 Aug. 10 lit July 11 12 Aug. 17 19 Aug. 15 16 Aug. 23 24 Aug. 31 Aug. 5 6x ... Sept. It 1 Aug. 26 27x '. : ' ' '";..' 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' 29 30 Apr. 22 23x Apr. 27 30x May 9 10" Apr. 18 19 Apr. 14t 17" May 18 19t May 21x22 May 30 31 May 13 14x May -1 8 June 10 llx June 1 14 June 24 25x June 3 4x May 27 29 Thnmasvillp June 27 28 July 9x 10 July 15 16x July 5 27 fnmnufl June 17 19 i nomas. vuie ;JulT 20 2n jiy 30x 3i Aug. 10 nt July 28t Complete July 4 Night Aug. 15 16 , Aug. 21 25t Aug. 31 Aug. 17 18t July 14t 17 . Sept. It :. Aug. 22. ' 'Aug..' 3 4t " " ' ' ' ; , ... - - Aug. 28 30 Apr. 20 21t J May 6 7x Apr. 22 23x Apr. 28t 30x Apr. 13 15 May 11 l2t June 1 2t May 18 19t May 20 21x May 4 5t June 3 4x June 22 23t June 10 llx June 15 16t May 25 26t Tallahassee July 1 2x July 18 19 June 28 29 July 6 7t June 20 21 Rpculte July 2t 28t Aug. 8 9 July 20 21t Aug. 1 2 July 4 PM v.uu Aug. 19 20x Sept. 3 3X Aug. 15 16 Aug. 23 24 July 11 12 Aug. 5 6X ' " - ' ' ; Aug. 26 27x SUNDAY, AUGUST 7TH, LEFT VACANT FOR ALL-STAR GAME. Play-off: Sept. 5 6 7 8 9 Club A vs C 3 out of 5. Sept. 5 6 7 8 9 - Club B vs D 3 out of 5. Sept. 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 Winners Play 4 out of 7. .-J Andrews Is Winner Of $2,500 Trophy Iii Moth Sailing First Winner: of. Trophy Gains Close Victory At Miami GADSDEN COUNTY FRANCHISE at a ia- whs desfres la a permanent, ax bwatneas. wUh steady, Monthly IneoKM. We to eharaeter and able ef to which k fall Fee personal in- addrees and pheae nmber. Bex 22, Qalaey Offlee, Tallahassee Deaeerat, Qalacy, llerlda. pffe4eeted i Homer Vin$ for DoOgert CLEARV ATER, (ff) Oil Brack's home run with one out In the eleventh Inning gave the Brooklyn Dodgers a 5 to 4 decision over the Rochester Red Wings of the International league. Van Mungo, Brooklyn mound ace, made his first start of the year, allowing two hits and one run and fanning one in his three Inning turn. FLORIDA SWIMMERS PREPARE FOR MEET . GAINESVILLE, () Florida's undefeated swimming team, under the tutelage of Coach Frank Oen-ovar, is working : out daily In preparation for the Southeastern conference meet in KnoxvUle, Tenn, April l and a. ; Victorious in every meet . for three and one-half years in a brilliant reign of southern pools, Florida win be favored to retain its title. Sponges were responsible for man's development of the art of diving. Ancient Olympic diving champions were men who . made their living by diving for sponges. Only about 50.000.000 of India's 353,000,000 population are able to read any one of the dosen principal languages spoken there. Influents and the common cold are responsible for nearly half the time lost to industry through illnsss. MIAMI, W The $2,500 An tonia trophy emblematic of the world moth class sailing cham pionship came back to its first winner 59-year-old Capt Harry Andrews of Atlantic City, N J. A former captain of sailing ships and now a boat builder and sail maker, Andrews won the trophy for the third time when he sent his Blue Goose over the finish line 59 seconds ahead of George Franklin of Palm Beach, skipper ing Suds. Chris Erneston of Palm Beach finished third with Capt Edward Charming of Elizabeth City, N C, fourth in the Imp, pres ent holder of the national title. Frank Feeney of Philadelphia, donor of the trophy, watched An drews who registered from the Melbourne (Fla) yacht club- maneuver, his gold-decked blue craft Into the lead on the second lap. The 22 other contestants trailed thereafter. Blue Goose's time for the 1 2-mile race was hours, 32 minutes, 24 seconds. Gray-haired Andrews won the trophy in 1933, the first year it was offered, and in early 1937. He had lost it in a later 1937 regatta to young Jimmy Van Sant of At lantlc City, unable to compete here because of his father's illness. Mrs James Bain Bricknell of Mi ami, formerly AUegra Knapp of Bayswe, N Y, won the girls world championship in her Tumsley, with sammy Lyman of Palm Beach third in Suds and Aleta Van Sant of Atlantic City fourth in Baby Duck..,"; Ivan CrinU of Miami won the junior world title with Suds, Ned Uoddard of Palm Beach finishing second In Rippling Rhythm and Hugo Miller of Elizabeth City tntrd with Baby Duck. Bridges Re-Hurts Old Pitching Arm Injury LAKELAND, W Detroit Tl ger officials said an aggravation of an Old inJurv to his rleht arm will prevent Tommy Bridges from pitching before about May 15. Walter O Briggs, Jr, club secretary, said X-ray pictures of the Injury would be sent to the Ford hospital at Detroit for examination. Bridges chipped a bone In the elbow of his right arm eight years ago and it was believed he re-injured It by swinging a bat in practice McSpaden and Sammy Snead Hold Slim Lead at Greensboro eaders Turn in Sub-Par Rounds of 66 GREENSBORO, N C, (IP) Har old (Jug) McSpaden of Winches ter, Mass, and Sammy Snead, of White Sulphur Springs, W Va, shot sub-par rounds of 66 today to hop into the lead in the, first round of the $5,000 ? greater Greensboro golf tournament, The record for the Starmount course, over which the first two rounds , of the meet are being played, was cracked twice as the cream of the nation's golfing talent bore down on the tricky traps and greens. Monday's 36-hole final will be fought out over the Valley Brook course at the Sedge-field country club. .; h. Before McSpaden, runner-up in the 1937 PGA tournament, and the long-hitting Snead posted their sizzling rounds, Johnny Revolta had come in with a 68 to better by one stroke the record set In 1932 by Henry Picard in beating the veteran Walter Ha-gen in the play-off for the Caro Unas' open golf championship. : Snead's performance was tops for the day. After touring the first round of the course in one over par, he got down to business and made the last nine in six under. He picked up one birdie on the out nine and five on the route home. 5 The day's disappointment was Victor Ghezzl, of Deal, N J, winner of the North and South open at Pinehurst Friday and a red hot favorite. He bogged down from the sensational pace he set in the sandhills meet and the best he could do today was a 75 which left him far back in the field." - - . Revolta's well-shot 68 put him in a threatening position for the second round. Two strokes behind him came Bill Heinlein, of Indianapolis, Leo Mallory of Wee Burn, Conn, and Johnny Bulla, a former High Point, N C, amateur now playing out of Chicago. Cunningham Wins Again CHICAGO, VP) Glenn Cunningham, the old master of the milers, proved it again tonight before a roaring crowd of 10,000 spectators by conquering his newest rival, sturdy Chuck Penske of Wisconsin, by about a foot after a steaming battle in the famous Bankers' mile, in 4 minutes, 9.9 seconds. Mayflies spend from one to three years as water crawlers, only to die after the first night as a winged adult, - VOLS TO PRESENT NOTED FAN DANCER , NASHVILLE, Tenn, m Chattanooga and Nashville, challengers for the Southern association's smaller city opening day attendance trophy, are competing for novel features to . entice the customers into the respective parks. The spectacle of a "wild elephant hunt," promised by genial Joe Engel of the Chattanooga Lookouts, has worried a group of Nashville fans. . The group met today, knitted its collective brows, and decided to outstrip Engel in a bid for customers. They petitioned a fan dancer to appear at home plate . on ' opening day and hoped the weather would be pleasant. . 14 Diamondball Teams Entered Only Two More Teams Will Be Accepted i With fourteen teams entered in the men's soft ball leagues there are ; Just : two berths remaining open. These will be filled by the first two teams making application' and depositing the entrance fees, provided they are made by 8 p m Wednesday. After that time no more applications will be re ceived for the first half. ; I A meeting of the Tallahassee Soft Ball association will be held at . the recreation - office ; at Wednesday. This meeting Is being held for the purpose of making final plans for the opening of the season on April 4 and for the election of officers for the year. i Teams entered in the night league are the Amoco Aces. Tal lahassee Motor company. Western Auto Supply, Seybold Bakinsr com pany, Duval's Grocery, Company M, ana tne Buccaneers. Those en tered In the twilight league are W O W, last year's champions, the American Legion, runner-up last season. Industrial commission, Rose Printing company, Jay-cees, and the Printers. I ' r Miami Team Defeated ! AUSTIN, Tex, W) The strong University of Texas tennis team was hard pressed to eke out a 5-4 victory over the University of Miami In a sparkling match here. i Gardner Mulloy, ace of the Florldians, had little trouble with Bob Kamrath, southwest conference champioa, winning 6-4, 6-1. Tropical Park Daily Double Pays $2,295.30 Socialite Wins Biereest rnze of Year But Does Not See Race CORAL GABLES, VP) Mrs J Barlow Cullum, Pittsburgh social ite, collected $2.29530 for a $2 daily double ticket at the Tropical Park track but dldnt see the horses run. Confined to her Miami Beach villa with a cold, Mrs Cullum asked he daughter, Mrs Freeman Sheldon, to buy a . combination ticket on Balance Step in the first race and Say No in the second. Both romped in, Balance Step paying V23.70 straight and Say No $86.90, and Mrs Sheldon the former Mollie Cullum who owns the "Mr French", stable rushed to telephone to tell her mother the news. ' , , . . .. The payoff, largest of the Florida season, did not approach the record $7,245.50 that went to Harry Topser, Jersey City truck driver, here several years ago. , FLORIDA GATORS BEAT PRISON NINE Local Horses Win II Prizes In' Big Show Two First Places Won By Local Owners At Thomasville Tallahassee' owned horses walked away with 11 prizes In the annual Thomasville horse show held in the Georgia ctiy Friday after noon and night. The two firsts were captured by E A Gilbert's My Irish Rose, with Mrs S C Boardman of Columbus, Ga, up. The firsts were won in the open model class and the open three-gaited stake class., . Red Robin, ridden by Miss Pat Boyd took second place In the 16 year old and under class, second in the amateur novice flve-galted class, third in the bareback riding, third in the amateur horsemanship class and fourth in the open model class. Pink Lady, also owned by Cap tain K J Boyd ai-d ridden by Mrs William Woolery, . took second place in the amateur three-gaited ClaSS.''.', '' ''j!,;'W;:v"-"'; Gilbert rode his horse By the Way to second place in the opao model class and second in the open fine harness class. Florida Sports Chatter,-; By LARRY ROLLINS MIAMI (IP) There is something of the eternal boy in silver-haired Gar Wood, once speed king of the waterways. ' . ':-" .: . Gar stood in a vacant lot next his home bordering Indian creek the other day and watched the speedboats roar by In Tecord at tempts. 1 - Came a lull and Wood, unable to stay out of the fun. suddenly spoke out. Listen, chap." he --said' to Charles F Chapman, official timer for the American Power Boat as sociation, '1H go over to the air port, get my; plane and you can time me for a mile. Forty-five minutes later an air plane came out of the west, dipped low and sped over the measured mile course, the irrepressible Wood waving a hand. The amused Chapman. however. was unable to time Wood's plane. for Jack Rutherfurd was busy setting a new world gold cup record al the time. EXHIBITION GO TODAY SLATED FOR &30 P. M, Orioles Have . Two Big Innings to Hang Up Victory, ll-3 The Bialtimore Orioles made it four-out-of-five from the Nashville Volunteers with a decisive ll-3 vitcory scored Saturday afternoon in Thomasville. Byron Speece making his first start of the spring training camp and Woodrow "Lefty" JohnsOn are slated to hurl for the Vols here this afternoon against the Orioles. The game Ut scheduled to start at 2:30. Two big innings, the fifth and the eighth, gave the Orioles their decisive victory. Five runs were pushed across in the fifth on three hits, two walks, two errors, a hit batter and one infield our. v - McGowan Hits Homsr. The Birds touched "Cawboy".' Thornton for three more hits and as many runs in the eighth f r:3. McGowan put the Orioles in the lead with a home run in tha first : frame : but the Vols cam? back -to knot the score with a, single tally in the second. Balti more pushed over two mors in the last of the second and v:e:e never headed from there on out. Nashville scored r gain in the third and pushed across the final run in the eighth. .... . -. Fischer and Wittig held the Vols to four safeties, one a three- base clout by Speas. ' rookie cen ter-fielder, . The Orioles banged BUI Crouch and Thornton for 13 safeties. Al Wright was the leading hitter of the game with a single, double and triple in four attempts. The box score: Nashville s BR H White. 3b 3 3 1 Rospond, ss w 4 0 1 Savant, 2b 2 0 1 Young,, lb 4 Blaemire, c 3 0 0 Byers, c' 1" 0 0 Summ. If 4 10 BueU, rf ; 0 0 Newcomb, rf . 1 0 0 Speas, cf- -.f- 4 0 1 Crouch, p 2 0 0 Thornton, p 1 0 0 xBaron RAIPORD, VP) University of . ioriaa scored seven runs in the nrsi two innmgs to bat out a 10-3 victory over the state prison farm nine here. It was the initial contest of the season for the Gators who will play Oglethorpe university a two-game series at. Gainesville next Wednesday and Thursday. HERE AND THERE Good magicians earn from $300 per week up and spend about a half year performing before audi ences. The Other half of the year usually is devoted to the developing of new skills and devices. Exclusive of the seasoning time given the wood used in its con struction, it takes from two to lour months to manufacture a piano, "'-,;;' ;;v: .". Scottish red deer, taken to New Zealand to improve the deer herds of that country, frequently are found far at sea attempting to swim back to Scotland. : Fish are able to float at different levels by compressing or ex panding their gas-filled alr-blad ders. 'Freight rates on American class 1 railroads were only 0.988 cents per ton mile in 1935, as compared te the peak ot 1.279 cents la 1921. OAS 0 2 0 2 10 4. 4 .1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 f Totals 32 3 -4 24 12 xBatted for Thornton In 9th. A man appeared at the daily double window at the St Peters burg greyhound track and cashed three tickets, each worth about $200. .... Five minutes later the same man returned with three more winning tickets and cashed them. r After another five-minute interval the same chap came back with three more1 tickets. , ;Say, fellow." Joked the cashier, "you must be ' making these things." y 3' : The man paled an J fled. The astonished cashier perused the tickets more carefully. All proved to be ingenious counterfeits. St Louis' frolicking Gas House Gang had a high old time at the St Petersburg fights the other night. - - -"''.'. .-. After Pepper Martin's mudcat band had entertained the crowd with its antics the Cardinals staged a "grudge" fight between Mudcat Fritz, a hotel busboy, and Battling Gardner, announcer for the exhibition baseball games. 1 Fritz went right out and floored Gardner but Referee Dizzy Dean, loath to have the scrap end so soon, gave a slow-motion count, much to the chagrin and violent protest of the Mudcat 's seconds-Martin, Lefty Lanier and Bill Mc-Gee. Gardner hit the canvas five r ore times before he finally went out for good. And Frits' second-awarded the Bronx cheer to Referee Dean and Gardner's handlers Mickey Owen and Frenchy Bordagaray. Milton (Lefty) schemer, star Miami high athlete ; for three years,- has decided to carry foot- Baltimore Schalk. 2b Cissen. 3b McGowan. cf -PucclnelU. lb Bolyard, lb -Tauby. If Wright, rf Geary, ss West, c Kr acker, c Fischer, p xWeintraub zzHarris . Wittig. p AB 4 5 3 2 ,2 4 4 4 2 1 0 2 R H 1 2 la 1 1 1 f 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 11 13 27 0 3 sBatted for Fischer in 5th. zzRan for Weintraub in 5th. 1 v IhnIm... : Nashville , 011 000 010 3 Baltimore J20 050 03x 11 Runs batted in: Speas. McGowan. Wright 2. Geary, Schalk 4, Bolvard, Young. Wittig. Two-base hits Speas, Wright. Home base hits Spas, Wright Home runs: McGowan. Double plays: Rospond to Savant to Young; Left on bases: Nashville 6, Baltimore 4. Hits: off Fischer, 3 ii 5 Innings and 2 runs; off Crouch, 8 In 5 innings and 8 runs. Bases on balls, off: Fischer 11. Crouch 3, Wittig 3, Thornton 1. Struck out: by Fischer 4. Wittig 5. Hit by' pitcher: by Crouch (West). Wild pitches: , Wittig. Winning pitcher: Fischer. Losing pitcher: Crouch. Time, 1:58. Umpires: Rehman and Speece. balls for the U of Miami. . . . Oliver Barker, - the Orlando Softball pitcher, tried out for the Georgia football team In spring practice. . . . Mrs Eldon Auker, wife of the Detroit pitcher, scored a record 88 over the Carpenters' home course at Lakeland. . , . Frank Straf aci, low amateur in the , Hollywood open, has been elevated to a one handicap b: the Metropolitan Golf association behind Ray Billows, the scratch man.-. ,; Complete Real Estate Service Homes built and sold ea easy terms . . . FHA Insured . Mortgages aad LogTerm Inmraace Loans. Low ' rates ef interest and PROMPT SERVICE. .Property Management Exchanges " Appraisals Made Anywhere. v (IT CAN BE DONE) .'.' , LARRY A. O'NEAL, REALTOR tOS 80. ADAMS ST. fHONl ISM (

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