Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on August 4, 1954 · 51
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 51

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h h urc LA's Bubba In 3-0 Win Over Bevos By Tke Ajeoei ted Trtm To Bubba Church, Lot An-el riththander. goes the di$- tmclkn of pitching the first no-hit baseball game of the 1964 vwn in the Pacific Coast Learue. Church, former "whiz kid" with the Phillies, had his fast ball literally -takinj . off." and his curre breaking sharply last night, as be hurled the Angels to a J-0 victory over tne ron land Beavers. Church was in complete com mand of the situation at all times. He walked three men and fanned six, and only 27 batters faced him. He credited his teammates th making his no-hitter possible, but while there were many rood, fielding plays on botn sides, only seven balls were hit to the Los Angeles outneid ana n only one did Bob Usher have to make a long running catch. This was on a terrific drive to dead center bv Granny Glad stone, the Portland , outfielder Bubba once niicned a one- hitter, in 1951 when he was with the Phils. He went 7H hitless innings only to have Ralph Kiner. then of the Pirates, hit a homer. It was the only run of the game, too. "I was throwing everything I had," Church said in the Wng lev Field clubhouse after last night's fame, "and I knew that with a 50-50 break in luck that my chances for a no-hitter were excellent. I was aware -that was workinr for that coal as early as the fourth inning." It was Church's sixth win since coming to the Angels from the Chicago Cubs. Los Angeles won the game in the second inning as John Pram-esa singled, Bruce Edwards doubled. Tommy Brown was hit by a pitched ball and Portland's Dick Fiedler walked the next two batters, forcing in two runs. AB H O A AB H O A Auuiiua J J a Niuvkji 11 BouklJb 3 6 4 3 HaMm a t Robeejj 4 6 kMiucblD 4 I 1 Jdmch-rf I Usher jrf 4 S K ranch Jb 14X2 Premese r 4 I Arfi.lb 3 6 6 I1 Va-m-rdmn 4 3 J OUmoM S I Brownjf S J Gtadda S S Fhrdlb 4 1 rw4in.i 6Rban.rf WubU S 1 I-t'prwMJf I S Inm 1 Oiurr(v. 3 6 6 1 ScMlt I 6 4 McUas sees jwm Total TT4 4 IV Total Sa"eXT6 Enert streek oat lor Wsibel hi 8th. Wot waikad for Nastamak in 1th. McLJaa raa tor Woi tn lib. Sfa m bv tentww Portiand .IM 4M Hits an OM In Aagetoa s mo fi Kite K 616 11 4 Pitrntr.g IP AB R H Eit BB SO I IT 4 FT 1111 Slit 1 a K Piaiuesa. WuM - Churtb .. tdnrii. Hathata. HBP Brown by rx-i Wr LOB Portland 1: Lo Ann t IB Edwards X. SH CpOShU OrnrrH RBI RofaertacaL N astern k. Mauch. PP Baatneka to Aastm to Am. U Wikt). VsJentt mad Boesers. T 1:41. Trejos Thrown, Escapes Injury DEL MAR, Aug. 4 Jockey Rozelio Trejos, a 22- year-old booter from Panama, was dubbed "Mr. Luck" at the track tode after escaping un injured from his second racing accident in less than three weeks. Trejos, who les than three weeks ago was tossed from a horse, was tossed into the infield again yesterday when a horse bolted but once again the spunky booter emerged unscathed. Yesterday's mishap occurred when Trejos' mount. Cunna-mulla. shied when passed by Breezing Babe near the eighth pole in the sixth race. Valfejo Semi-Pros Ousted From Play ATWATER, Aug. 4. HT The Livingston Merchants eliminated the VaHejo AO-Stars with a 4-0 shutout in the California Semi- Pro Baseball Tournament last night In the second game, the At-water Packers pulled an upset out of the hat when they defeated Tort Orxfs Warriors, 5-3. Fort Ord was not eliminated and will play Rio Vista tonight JW- 4 Twirls I . . '4 : ' ' ' . . i i - g aaaa Vada Ptnson lrijniX who wiQ pitch for Oak land's Bab Ruth Leaaue All-Stars in tlx Beaion 8 championshlpa at Pasadena Saturdcry. gets same advice for the game from Coach Garg Powles Oeft) and George Weber, northern California Ruth loop chairman. Line Sportsman A rosy report for deer hunters comes from. the state ijepart- ment of Fish and Game. It states that prospects are good for record harvest when California's early deer season opens Saturday for a five-week run in coastal counties from Mendocino south to Orange and western Riverside. Wardens and department men afield report deer are plentiful and in good, condition in most sections of the state. This contest which extends to September 12. allows a bag limit of two bucks, forked horn or better. Hunters must observe that six game reiuges win oe ciosea xo all hunting. Included are refuges 2A in Lake and Mendocino Coun ties; 2B in Marin (Mt Tamal- pais); 3F in Contra Oosta; San Francisco Refuge in San Mateo County; 3G in San Mateo and Santa Clara (Stanford University), and 3B in San Benito-Monterey. Department observers have sighted "as awful lot ef forked-horns" in the Santa. Clara - Monterey area. Deer populations la the Santa Barbara-Ventura region are said to be very good. Southern California prospects are expected to be on a par with last year, when most counties tallied near-record kills. Mendocino and Lake County wardens report many mature bucks and "herds in good con dition. Extreme fire hazards will exist with closures expected to be about the same as last year. : Al Geertds of Benson s Archery in Berkeley nouiies inai Max Congleton is satisfied with the deer season for archers which closed Monday. Congleton hunted out of St Helena and after only one hour of stalking brought down a 90-pound buck. o o o Some excellent catches of hali but are being made close to shore by salmon teekers going outside the Golden Gate. Fer instance, Jee Cantor, C Lerner and a friend took three limits ef salmon aad then came close tn and fished the breakers opposite the Cliff Howse ia San Franeiseo and took three halibut U 45 pounds. O O O Mobile trout planting bases in California's central Sierra region are helping crews of the Depart ment of Fish and Game make more efficient use of the pro duction capacity of the State's new trout hatcheries. Up to 40,000 catchable-size tiout can be held at one of the portable bases for as tong as fcur days without ill effects. The holding ponds consist of 50-foot sections of eight-foot-wide alum- KENTUCKY WHISKEY A BLEND BS PROOF '70 GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS SCH EN LEY DtST, INC FRANKFORT, KY. A if mo inized steel culvert, cut in half to form two long troughs. Catchables can be hauled to the bases in loads of 10,000 or more in 1,500-gallon tankers. Transferred there into picup- sized tankers, the fish can be carried, 1,500 to 2,000 at a time, direct to stream-side. Trout for planting In El Dorado, Amador and Calaveras Counties are now bing hauled overnight from the new hatchery at Darrah Springs, Shasta County, for distribution from the mobile base at Kyburz, on the South Fork of the American River. Nearly 160,000 catchables will be stocked from this base this summer, with plantings spaced about two and a half weeks apart Another base has been set up on the Bear River, in Placer County, to serve Placer, Nevada and Yuba Counties. Around 215,000 trout will be stocked from this unit. o o o SO LUNAR TABLES By JOHN ALDEN KNIGHT According to the Solunar Pe riods the best times for fishing and hunting in this area tomor row are as follows: A.M. Minor, 11:25 Major, 5H5 P.M. Minor. 11:35 Major. 5:25 (All California fish and came laws must be complied with.) Coirs Place Romero On Retired List WESTMINSTER, Md Aug. 4 OP Halfback Al Romero '. of New Mexico Military Institute was placed on the voluntary reserve list yesterday by the Baltimore Colts of the National Football League. , Romero, a rookie offensive threat expects to enter the service within the next month. you need at no additional coat. AUatate is already famous for pioneering lower auto insurance costs.1 Now, for Fire and Extended Coverages, Allstate offers California homeowners rates that are approximately 20 leas than those of most other prominent companies. Ia addition, you pay annually, yet receive substantially the game discounts offered by most 3 ior 6 year plana. Even if you think you're fully insured, let your AUatate Agent explain the fast, fair claim settlements, easy payment plan, and many extra advantages enjoyed by over 2,500,000 policyholders. See bow easily you can be safe ... and sot See er pkeae yew Baak f Caaarc BMr. ! IMS lu Fa A rat rlmi GL SBASS. aOBBCCX ans CO. bloo. 3433 Tategnt A?v tMt HI gst 4-4544 S1SS ttv, CaicarS i Ffcaaai Msaaiij S-1S4S 1OT I taM Drtr. WdHl Cmi Tommt Taltowatoas S-SSSt 4 CMfeM BMtra, Lalayarti raai AttaaUa S-M fmmm s"M steflPsj M 0 flM MffftfessNsffk JrVslVV ! sssWtsfo vHfet JLmJ V-A j I I t 14 14 I.,; I M V a n T T-OCK, eOMfANV RKOTKGTIOM , teaaaadlif jS4Sa AaWias ia taiaaaa i W WSMw.litia Cawawrf iWer Local All-Stars In Ruth Playoff Oakland's All-Stars leave Friday .morning for Pasadena to play for the State and possibly the Region 8 title over the weekend, George Weber, Northern California Babe Ruth League chairman said today. Oakland will play the Brook-lawn All-Stars from Pasadena for the California state title Saturday afternoon. Ruth League All-Star teams from Arizona and Nevada play in the morning Saturday for the right to meet the California champions Sunday afternoon for the Region 8 crown. The winner one of eight regional champions will play it off at Griffith Stadium in Wash ington, D.C., for the National title the following week. Oakland Coach George Powles will probably send lefthander Vada Pinson against the Southern California team Saturday. Pinson, besides winning three of the four Oakland playoff vic tories, is the clubs top hitter with a .450 bat mark. Besides Pinson, Powles will have righthanders Dick Williams and Ron Gower and southpaw John Tascagnia. Batting strength for the Oak- landers is furnished by John Dutra, Ron and Don Borges, Wilson Hill and Percy Harris. All six are batting above the 300 mark, with Dutra and Hill having hit three triples each. Clancy Will Coach MONTREAL, Aug. 4. W King Clancy of the Toronto Maple Leafs will replace Dick Irvm as coach of the National Hockey League All-Stars against the champion Detroit Red Wings, October 2. AXIZONA TEXAS LEAGUE Phoenix t. Nogalea 3. Biabec-Douklaa t. Mexicali S (11 innings. El Pa 13, Tucon X. Juam . Cananea a no"D H ' ' ,v J -i . i I y.- a j: A1. J with the company founded by Scars Do you really have enough fire insurance to fuUy protect your home and household inmioni in case of loss? Now Allstate Fire Insurance may provide the added protection AfMrt tealerl All-Star Club ! Drops Stifs as 'Security Risk'. DETROIT. Aug. 4.W A De troit sports writer has reported the Detroit Lions believe UCLA halfback Bill Stits was con sidered, a "poor football security risk- by the All-Star football camp. . .. Stits reported to the Lions' Ypsilanti training camp July 21 from California. He is a Lions draft choice. He received an in vitation to play against the Lions in the All-Star game at Chicago August 13 as part of the college squad. Stits left the Lions canto for Lafayette, IndL, where the All-Stars were training. When he arrived back at the Lions camp July 25, he said he was told the All-Stars had too many half backs and he could rejoin the Lions if he liked. Sports writer Watson Spoel stra of the Detroit News, wrote that although there was no controversy over Stits rejoining the Lions, Detroit coaches figured he was considered a poor risk at the All-Star camp because 'he could report progress and plays back to Lions coach Buddy Parker. Stits now is training with De troit Gaels Hold Edge Over Antioch If weight in the front lines will give Oakland's grid Gaels an advantage over Antioch in their loop opener Saturday, then the local club will have the edge. The Gaels will average 210 pounds this season with the fol lowing men making up the front line of defense: Hammond, 200; Veriville, 230; Gulatt, 215; White, 220; Pittigrew, 225; Kitchen, 210; Speckilmeyer, 215, and Hayes, 200. 23-Game Slate Set For Spartan Cagers SAN JOSE, Aug. 4. A 23- game basketball schedule, that includes a Christmas-holiday swing - through the Midwest where they meet Beloit, Mar quette, and Washington University, was announced today by San Jose State & physical education chairman, S. G. (Tiny) Hartranft. The Spartans, finishing third with six wins and six losses in the California Basketball As sociation last year, will have a 12-game slate with CBA teams. Senior Bob Stembach is the only loss to the 1954-55 team. Rides Four Winners PAWTUCKET, R.I., Aug. 4. lif Jockey Norman Mercier rode four winners including Dark Buster in the feature yes terday at Narragansett Park. Rain Stops Netters SOUTH ORANGE, N.J., Aug. 4. UFi Rain caused postpone ment of yesterday's matches in the Eastern Grass Courts Tennis Championships. Be Safe -Not Hen's mat We P... 1 2 3 4 6 6 Okn Y-g E rj D3 X m amo hot p. Remove Front Wheels and Inspect Brake Drums and Lining. Clean and Inspect Front Wheel Bearings Inspect Grease Seals. Check and Add Brake Fluid if Needed Adjust Brake Shoes to Secure Full Contact with; Drums Carefully Test Brakes. 149S I. 14rb St See UaaJra MSrie 4 Vmirmvty, tarkaWy 47tfc 4 Urn FaUe, tjweryiiBe Major League Box Scores NATIONAL LEAGUE CHICAGO KEWYORK' - ABHOA ABHOA BaumUxf 4 t J ti Lockan.lb 3 1 1 1 MlkslaJb 4 14 1 Dark. lilt Fondy.lb 4 1 S t Thopsn Jb 3 1 1 Kiner Jf 111 SiRhodeaJt 4 1 4 Ricut 4 S ifMueUerjrl 4 3 3 4 Bankaa 3 3 3 2 Irvin jf S SeranaJb 4 S 1 St Mmymjd 3 13 McCugh.c 3 S o;WilliaJb 4 3 13 Kun.p s a i i wenrunu i i Tremel.p OSS OiComecp 4 11 C Bllko i a e of jT5 34ul, ToUls 31 5 34131 Totals 34 11 11 Chicago sib soe os i New York 400 S00 03 7 Summary : R Banks. Lockman. Dark Thompaoo, Mueller. Mays, William, Westrum. T. Rice, Miksis. Thompson. RBI Thomosaa 3. Williams 3. Baum- holtz. Lockman. Dark. HR Thompson. S Lockman. Sf Baumholts. LOB I CThifaco 9. New Vork 8. BB Rush 4. Gomes 4. SO Rush 5, Tremel 1. Gomez T. R-ER Rush 7-7, Tremel 0-0. Gomez l.l. HBP Bv Gomes I Metallic urn i. w Gomez UO-7). L Rush (7-12). U Gore, Gorman, Donatelli, Conlan. A 7,8. CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH AB H O A) AB H O i Temlejb i li Hnh.ri( 2K 4 Haron.3b 4 i' Skinner.lb 9 Belial 4 Oi Ward Jf Kluszst.lb 4 Borkski.rf S 1 ' Gordon.rf Of Thomasxf 0 Atweil.e liLynchJi If Hall 01 Cole Jb V Allie.ss Greerus.lt 9 McMina S Bailejrx 3 Pod ban. p 0 Nuxhall.p 4 Friend.p Janowicz Surkont.p Pellagrtni Hetki.n Istiepard ToUls 39 13 37 7 Totals 31 S 37 13 Gordon flied out for Ward in 6th. Uall w,lkMl fnr t.vrwh in fith. Janowicz rrounded out for Friend In 3ra. . . ...... Pellagrin! filed out tor suraom in 7th. .. . . Shenard hit sacrifice fly for HetKl in 8tn. Cincinnati 202 003 0007 Pittsburgh .....000 000 002 2 Cnmsnx R Harmon TKpW 2. Green. Mkunisn Hall. Pole. E Cole. Kill ceu z, ureengra , i.-Milian. Bailey, Harmon. Shepard. 2B U U.rtnn Rll Raiiev. SF Shepard. LOB Cincinnati 9, Pittsburgh 9. BB t rlena 2. iMUxnau n. aurnoni a. SO Nuxhall 9, Friend 1. R-ER Pod-bielan 0-0. Nuxhall 2-3. Friend 4-4, G...L.An 1.1 Marlri A.I1 WP NuxhalL W Nuxhall (5-3). L Friend (4-lOt. U PinelU. Boggess, tJlgein. siewan. n 4,671. ST. LOUIS BROOKLYN ABHOA ABHOA Moon.cf 3 110 GUliam.2b 3 10 4 Shindst.2b 4 1 1 31 Reeses 4 0 13 Musial.rf 3001 Snider.cf 4 0 3 0 JblnskLrf 4 0 0 31 Hodge&,lb 3 0 7 0 Amoroe.lf 3 0 10 Robnsn.3b 2 10 1 Moryn.rf 3 0 3 0 Furillo.rf 0 0 10 Cnehm.lb 4 013 3 Keplski.it 1 o w sami.e 3 1 o Grmas.ss 2 0 3 6 Hemus.ss 10 1 0KWaIker.c 2 2 11 0 Raschi.p 2 111' Erskine.p 3 10 0 Frazier 1 0 0 0! Pohlsky.p 0 0 0 0! Totals 31 5 24 15! Totals 25 5 27 7 Hemus flied out for Gramas in 7th. Frazier struck out for Raschi in 8th. St. Louis 001 000 0001 Brooklyn 000 ozo uu- a Summary: R Raschi, Robinson and Moryn. E None. RBI Moon. Walker, Erskine. 2B Walker. 3B Moon. S Robinson. LOB St. Louis 5, Brooklyn 4. BB Raschi 4, Erskine 2. SO Raschi 3, Erskine 9. R-ER Raschi 2-2, Erskine 1-1, Pohfllsky 0-0. Winner Erskine H3-10). Loser Raschi 8-. U Secory, Goetz, DascoU. Warneke. A 13,073. MILWAUKEE PHILADELPHIA AB H O Al ABHOA Rnitnn ft 5 11 Oi Ashbrn.cl ' 2 1 O'CnllJb SOS 3 Morgans 4 0 4 3 vrihor ah 4 1 4 5: Lonata.c 3 0 3 1 AaronJi 4 3 3 01 Hamnr.2b 3 0 3 5 iHmic Ih 4 2 9 0 Ennis.rf 3 0 3 0 o.firo rf 4 2 3 0 Schell.lf 4 2 3 0 Logan.ss 4 10 li Torgesn.lb 4 2 7 1 Crandal.c 2 0 5 01 Jones Jb 4 15 2 sitihnn 3 0 0 1 Dickson.D 10 0 1 i Clark 10 0 0 IWehmr.p 0 0 0 0 1 Kazanski 10 0 0 jKnstnty.p 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 10 27 1 ToUls 32 6 2714 n..t. l . A , fnt riif.Vaon in 5th Kazanski popped out for Wehmeler in tn. Milwaukee 010 020 0003 Philadelphia 010 000 0001 Summary: R Matthews, Aaron. Pafko, SchelL E Jones. RBI Pafko. ScheU. Aaron. Adcock. 3B Adcock. Matthews, Aaron. HR Pafko Schell. LOB Milwaukee t. Philadelphia J. BB Dickson 3, Spahn 3. Wehmeier 1. S. Dickson 3. Spahn 4. R-ER Dickson t.t Snahn l.t. Winner SDahn (11-101. , -' rlHAM . "7 1,1 IT ilr Dixon. Ballanfant, Jackowskl. A 13.899. Sorry! Get a S4.E9 VALUE ANY CAR 30th & trotasfway UrhAHsrmew 1SS Mt, DiaUe, Walmn Creek A Oakbnd Tribune, Wednesday, Aug. 4, 1954 D 49 AMERICAN LEAGUE PHTLAOT&PHTA balttMohb AB H DMatrMa Tw BoUwt,lb 4 S Pininjb 4 t Renna jf 4 1 ValaUa 9 WikMa.Tf 4 Suder.2b 4 Astro h 3 e Prtcaro,p 3 1 H O A Abrams.rf Waitks,lb Diertng.cf KenndyJb 4 1 313 e i 3 3 0i 3 0 Uourtny PrMleyJf 1 3 Hiantera !aGiclsu3l e YounaJb Larsea.p Fox.p . Coan 1 5 0 I 1 Blyzka oi Kryboski 1 Totals in 31 Totals M 3 3714 Young rrounded out for Garcia ia fth. ixmn tannea for rox in Bin. Kirhoski flied out for Blyzka In 9th. Score br innlnci: Philadelphia 140 000 010 6 BalUmors 100 001 4003 Summary: R DeMaestri. BoIIwmJ auoir, nnroui, natvia, umn ney. z. iarcia 2. ueMaestri. Abrams, Diering. Hunter. RBI Portocarnsra. Hunter, Bollweg, Renna. IB Bollwef . Waitkus, Fridley. 3B BoUwec. Waitkus. ST Hunter. LOB Philadelphia 1. Balti more a. Bn laraen L- Pottwimm 1 Fox 1. SO Larsen 1. Portocarrera Blyzka 1. R-ER Larsen 5-0, Fox 0-0, Blyzka 1-0. Portocarrero 3.1. W Pnrtn. Karrero (7-10. I Larwn f!i.ii tr trianeny, nonocnick, MeKlnley. A iu.ioi (paiai. NEW YORK CLEVELAND ABHOA! AB H O A Bauer-f 3 Woodng.lf 3 Noren.M 5 Mantlexf 3 Berrax 3 Skoron.lb 1 Collins.lb 3 McDod Jb 4 Carey Jb 3 Rizzuto,ss 3 Slaughter 1 Mirana,ss Robinson 1 Colean, 0 Ford.p 3 0. Smith M Avila.3b Doby.cf Rosen Jb Wertz.lb Westlae.rf Dentes Philley 2 Hegan.e llMossi.p 0 Houttan.p 1 Majeski 0 Narleski.p o 1 ToUls 33 T 37 101 Totals 30 4 37 13 Collins lined out for Skowron in 3rd. Slauchter e-roundl on ( m-. , Woodlinf flied out for Bauer In 7th. Maieaki fraiinilMt A. u . in 7th. RobiDSOn fouled nut fnr Mrana In oth. ' nut 4rf TUm. In Score h innfnvc New York 002 000 0002 Cleveland 100 000 0001 Summarv: R Koran vr . n i t-i E A Vila. ColHm RRI rtnKv nm i' 2B Mantle. HR Doby. SB Mantle. S viia. iajo New York 0, Cleveland 7. BB Mossi 3, Houtteman 3, Tord 4. Narleskl 1. SO Mossi 3. Ford 0. Houtteman 1. Narlb I n.rn a-d t i Mossi 0-O, Houtteman 3-3, Narleskl 0-0 ! U RommeL Stevana. Niim rsnT.t a tt r ir r ii tuni. rti t it.m .h final - . -' r r . ' ' . , BOSTON I CHICAGO ABHOA ABHOA Pientall rf a Carquels 3 FoxJb 3 Minoao.H 4 Cavatta.lb 3 Rivera.rt 3 AHchals.Sb 3 Lollar.c 4 Groth.cf 4 Harshan.p 4 Willias.lf 4 4 1 Mele.lb Jensen.cf Whiter Lepcio,2b Olson Goodn ?H Bolline.3h 1 Lenhardt 1 Hatton.3b 1 Consolo.ss 3 Sullivan n 1 Wilber 1 Clevenr.p 0 -Total 30 3 34 7! Totals 31 $3710 Olson walked for Lepcio In 7th. Lenhardt froundMl intn fAr....i a.. Boiling in 7th. Wilber fouled out for Sullivan in 7th. Boston IMA mm ann a Chicago 300 003 10 6 Summary: R Mele, Jensen, Carras- Ouel. Fnr 9 rava,-M. Di . Sullivan. Groth. RBI Minoao 3. Cav- imna z. Aiirnaaia i jtnp witu w . hardt. 2B Civinalia m'nti LOB Boston 5. Chicago 6. BB Harsh - man a. aiiiiiivan i....... m cm I R-ER Sullivan 5-5. Clevenger 1-1. HBP VBIt 4 sTH'IaaaaSiVaaKa 1 t-ievenger it ox), w Harsnman , mj ouuivin i i-i3i). v umont. Grieve. Berry, Hurley. A 30.062. A Mr: Gee. B. Heikel, Aetaa Sprtars, Napa Ca., Califs er aeae St, Halsaa 38. TRAVEL HO CHARGE "80BT CRADTREE'S TRAVEL PLUMAS 3aei$1,MT8a FOREST LODGE Eeerytlilag fee a aerfeet yseatlea. eeamsaeaded by travel bareaaa, aata slaka. Daaeaa Hiaea, 220 mil from the Bay Area. Sis bears dririne ttma. All Mais highwsys; ae gtades. $40-FOOT ELEVATION BE ATE D POOL FI8K1NO lin IV la-aAuam i un is u viledua heavily weeded BUygreaaa. EVENING PROGRAMS, taferaal and Feik Daaeiag. Private Ceektall Cottage. Near Lake Ahauaar Lasea Park. ALL INDIVID CAL COTTAGES, aU skewer, sll toilet, Amerteaa Plan 68.60 to $10 daily $56.66 to 34$ weekly. Far reserTaUeaa er folder writ FOREST LODGE RESOBT, GreeaTllla, Plassaa Ca, Calif, er sea year Travel Bareaa er A a to Clab, , LAKE 4Vask6atja8sasj CaJnferaUs year araa4 Tsesttaa Uad. Write Lake Ceaaty Cbaaabat ef Ceean taeree. Oaly 3 bears from Sam Fraactaee aad tba Bay Area. Lakeaert, Calif. uaaaaAaaaSaaMaaaaaaaMaaaBaaaaaaaaaal $ 6)AV SMOIAL SM.04. Ses Veer Write t P. O, Largest American Plan Resort in Lake County. Dancing nfgfrtly to SAL CARSON'S Orchestra. Horses, Tennis, Badminton, Til Swimming Pool, Lawn BaK Park. Thousands of acres of pine forests, Greyhound buses direct. See your Travel Bureau. Facilities interchangeable with Seigfer'S. .Write ae Pb SBGLER SPniHGS American plan. Excellent food. Swimming, tennis, cocktail lounge. Dancing nightly. Hot mineral baths. Motor boat rides and picnics weakly. Greyhound buses. Service) facillrlea interchangeabae with Ho berg's. Patronise your Travel Agent. Phone Seigier's Springs 1, er write Seigler Sprmgs, Lake Cat, Calif. HARBIN IIOT SPRINGS j The closest large Lake County Resort to the Bay Area. Hot aufphur steam rooms, plunge and open air tank. All baths, amusement and 3 meats per day included In our rates. Cocktail Lounge snd dancing nightly. Single $9.75 per day or $62 per week. Double $18.50 per day or $118 per week. Write Harbin SsWegs, MMtfLrroww, e see Peck-JsMfab Travel AfsHiey. GIFFORDS RESORT Ajnerleatt end 'European plan aaa house keeping cabins. Excellent tiniia Mie-a$ toed. Cocktail lounge, dancing, swimming, fishing, bunting, riding. Tennis, coif kiunge. daacing. swimming, ting nearby. Greybound bua ear- phone Gifforoe Resort Ni snd metor boating iTre avgent or Whispering Pmee O.. Lake Co Cauf. lOVMDUOTSPnUlQS Oaen ar hatha. Wbalasaaae feed. MaaeeUi eased eabtaa, Wrtto Ps urr mmr a rea Race Results at Del Mar Track nrnr-aia-a sa am- n .i ra 1 SUeni Shoe. Shoemkr 33 30 33.70 SX3( I Runninc Bun. R. Lumn 3.40 0 40 1 msotiaate, w. meed 0.70 ! Time 1:051a. Also ran Short Soda,! Best Reader, Past Master, Dad Blamitt, 1 Scratched Heather Hawk. Bis Return, i wiu auw vurnui. . SECOND--Purse. $3,300: .yearldt arm iinwinl mairt..,' .i. I Tordito. Shoemaker 310.50 44 90 S3 M Baby Bazooka, R. Lumm 4. 00 3 0 f Special Account R. Trejos 1150; SNraw Ala rall,. rut. ! lime. i:u. Also ran: Reval Arch.; SZS. rmim m OmA BM J 1 . IS... f . 1 1 . ' " win. Dira a Sc wn-aif. Whirlwinder. Ara KhaU Sophistocrat, DAJLY DOUBLE (Silent Shoe to Tof ditei paid 334.60. i THTH n 1,.a H MA. a .11. bred in California; claiming; 5V fur-i longs. I Spjeedy Edie. Tanigucbl 35.60 33.60 S3.w! Readin M Harmal, a m 9 an ! Cafty, Lumm ijO Time 1:04 H. Also ran Kings Pass.! town, Sealth, Celebrsted. Scratched I Glory Z. Jaffa Ahhav ThM r. Don Domingo. FOURTH Purse $2,300: 3-year-olda and up; claiming; 6 furlongs. oenoiia, jrvarsoo 39 M 43.50 $3.50 Anacita Train a IA a on Mad N Glad. Shomaker ' j'lo Time, xuiva. Sky Gtpsy. Sir Gabe. Take Regards. Dolly Bam. Taj Fatima and Pahala also ran. Scratched Gay v.ai.trr, v-ompeiinsj Beau, auoj i nepiy and No-TeUin. K ' f 1 1TH v. i . . aa ana. j 11 I rr ir n . ,i. 4...T. Miss Terri Ann, Shmkr $6.34 $3.50 33.09 Si . """Pjia. lanigucni 0.30 4.30 Style Kahl. Pbilippl T.oa -Time. 1:11H. Lakoutis. Plyfosta. Rival Court, Aemlo, Black SUtch. Acrimony "d O. U. Kid also ran. Scratched Mr. Outairie. Kamnil IVnm 1 ll.nii. r" . I . and Joman. SIXTH Purse $3,500; 3-year-olds: aU lowanoaa! 1 lylff riIIm i Breezing Bebe. Ford 115.00 $7.80 $5.30 Haatv Wav Nmm a an a a Alidon, Shoemakek - 5.70 lime, i:43H. f ree- Country, Cobblers Bench. Cover Hi. Irish Boy and Cuna namulla also ran. rvTvro a itnn a ..... and up; allowances: six furlongs. "jut itumpewr, iu a.sv 411.70 S3. on History Book, Shoemaker 4.80 3 00 Ze Pipping. Taniguchi 3.M Time. i:ios. a-Fabricate, a-FoOrway. Down De Lane. Dawn Lark, Martini oyi aiao ran. a-Aioeru nancnes entry. FTrtunj O. . mfi ann. a ... .tj. snd up; claiming; 1 116 miles. Hish Snade. Neves tfi.M U M S3 M d-Liege, Shoemaker 3.10 3.70 Heelsafiyin. Harmatz 3.60 Time. 1:44 V. Agrees, Loveles Site, Readily, Toro De Oro and Whirlagirf alan ran H-U7nn nut ili.AHBljlll A placed second. AMERICAN LEAGUE WASHINGTON DETROIT ABHOA AB WoX YosOb 4 3 0 0 3 Kuenn,ss Tuttle.cf Nleman.lf Bolling.2b Boone Jb Dropo.lb Kaline.rf Wilsons BertoiaJb Evers.lf Hoeft.p 1 TrwlT.2b 4 Vernon. lb 4 2 12 Runnls.ss 4 0 0 Busby ,cf Sieve rsjf UmohlUrf Fitzgrld.c Stobbs.p Vollmer Pascual.p Totals 31 5 24 12 Totals 29 7 27 1 Vollmer struck out for Stobbs In 8th. Score by Innings: Washington 000 000 0004 Detroit 100 001 00 3 Summary: R Kuenn. Boone. E-a None. RBI Boone 2. 2B Kuenn. HR Boone. DP Umphlett and Vemonl Runnels, Terwllliger and Vernon; Boone. eenoia ana uropo. hub wasnisgtoa 6. Detroit 5. BB Stobbs 3. Hoeft 1. SO Stobbs 1. Hoeft 5. R-ER Stobbs 2-3, Pascual 0-0, Hoeft 0-0. HBP By Hoeft itsusoyi. eais: btoobs. w hosii (a-iii, L Stobbs 6-7). U Soar, Runge, Sum mers, r apareiia. A a.eaz. h U Msvm - -li! atMOVt saar, otaM.msncr an aejufT HYDRA'IAATICl StRVICf ,aOIO. TAX AND 43173 50 J Jn MYix9AfiaiiC SERVICE ; ........ .ri.i.n-rt -A WAT FBOBf THE FOG" Aaneriesa Plaa Oaly. Daliciass feat, Barbecae, Cecktail Leaage, Telavlsiea, Falk aaa Saaare Daaelaa, New Reaaaa 3 Baths, Fishing, Banes, Gelf, Teaats, 1 Filtered reel, Maaaara, gaBarrisad CklMrsn's Fly rerlea. Meet be at 61 Helena br spaelatsaeat. SERVICE HOTEL TRAIN STEAMSHIP ReseresUeas al SERVICE 1623 BROADWAY TB 3-3010 COUNTY IN the HEART Or tee FEATHER RfYIR '. W0NDERLAN6 i id t,atHlII riNQ-rONO. 17a COUNTY 3 feeak oeft) .2vB rf'if Travel Aaent e aa. FORUT LARS f. Lake Oe, 4aM. OBERO'S. Lake Ceaaty. CaJU, Tbe VacattM Place of Lake Ceejary VACATION $VFRE3IS A $tossMt Away treat Ftbii , For resereationa aa Nam be t. ee write GUiords Beaort, Bataa 4s rt.i w ZZf " aMay'M WMf KsVbaMUeaf1 yMle &6a s4MRbM te) fMl ' A . stoaa eUiaste,, Open aaa Seeks, Brrtofcaf a,, f " a-sv taelstaag three e8eleeealtol t.V cl.. . . 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