The Miami News from Miami, Florida on June 10, 1950 · 10
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oft fe BY "'RED SMITH y ( la: Recalling Screwy Open Of 1939 Philadelphia, June 10 Some hundred golfers and some thousands of gawkers swarm across the meadows of the Merion Golf Club getting sweated up in the fiftieth annual competition for the National Open championship. It f. is the first Open at a Philadelphia . course in eleven years, which is a good 1 thing, because Philadelphia needed at least 11 years to recover from the last one. me last one was piayca over uie Spring Mill course of the Philadelphia ' .aaai . VM sMA S - M At Country ciud in ija,ana u inrce screw- ier days ever happened they .do not now Icome to memory. In the first place, that was the Open which Sam Snead could have won by r" 1 shooting a six on the 72nd hole, whose l par is five. He could have tied for the lead with a seven, bo ne took an eignt. Before Sam got his eight, there were other divertisements. There was a tall, dark young man named Johnny Bulla, a big kid who wore his hair parted in the middle with the ends flopping down over his eyes, who represented a club called the Cutrate C. C. That is, be was employed by a drugstore chain to promote sales of a 25-cent golf ball which the stores sold. The drugstore pro hadn't exactly qualified for the Open, lie was no better than third or fourth alternate for the Chicago district, but he seemed confident he was going to play for he was here for a week of practice on the course before the championship opened. He did play, too. For some reason or another, enough of the candidates ahead of him dropped out to give him a place in the tournament. He started, an unknown hitting a drugstore ball, and for three rounds he was like a pickpocket pursued by the cops. He shot 72-71-63 and was way out there in front, uncaught and apparently uncatchable. Then he whipped in with a bristling 76 that gave him a total of 287 for 72 holes for sixth place. Heafner Broke All His Clubs But Three Bulla was one unknown who has come to be very well known since that carnival. Another was a great big blond kid out of North Carolina, who, it developed, had quit a job in a candy factory to take up professional golf. Things were going along pleasantly when all of a sudden this reformed taffy-puller popped up with a round of 66, lowest score of the tournament. His name was and is Clayton Heafner, and nobody had heard much of him before he thrust his head out there among ' the leaders. Next time around he finished with three clubs in his bag, having broken all the others across his knee. His last-round score was 80. When Snead blew up on the last hole, three other guys-came ripping down to the wire in a dead heat. They were Craig Wood, Byron Nelson and Denny Shute. You don't very often get a three-way tie for first place in 72 holes and there wouldn't have been one this time except for a fairly remarkable occurrence. On the last hole Wood hooked a shot into the crowd. This, remember, was in 1939, some two and a half years after Alfred Mossman Landon, of Kansas, had suffered a rather sordid experience in the Presidential election. Well, this ball that Wood hit went whistling through the crowd and among the thousands of spectators jammed beside the fairway, it picked out, unerringly, the skull of Alfred Mossman, a distant cousin of Mr. Landon's. The shot that might have put Wood out of the contest caromed off the Mossman sconce to the edge of the green. The carried the unconscious victim away to a stretcher turned out later he wasn't seriously hurt and Craig Wood got into the playoff. One playoff is not uncommon in a National Open. Two playoffs infringe the constitutional guarantee against cruel and unusual punishments. When the first one was finished, Wood and Nelson were tied again with scores of 68. Only Shute had been eliminated. They sat in the locker room, three extraordinarily weary men. "Well," Shute said, "you've got me out.". "One more day like this," Craig Wood panted, "and I'll be through." He couldn't have been a better prophet. One more day, and Nelson was the champion. Always Remember Snead's Eight When they talk about 1939. though, everybody goes back to Snead's eight. He was kicking about that this time, saying the press had never let him forget it. Shortly after the Open; at Spring Mill, he recalled, he played in a lesser tournament here and had a 76 in the first round. That night a headline read: "Snead Blows Up Again." (P.S. He won that tournament.) The notion here is that Sam should be allowed to forget the eight at Spring Mill, if only because of his performance the next time he played that course. Some months after the Open, he came back for an exhibition with Gene Sarazen and two other guys. He reached the last green with his third shot and came slouching up to the green, which was ringed by several thousand spectators. There was a hush on the crowd, a tense awareness that here was the criminal revisiting the scene of the crime. Sam ran his eyes around the hushed circle, and a slow grin spread over his funny, small-featured face. "Ah got five putts to get down," he said.' Then he stepped up and rammed the ball in for a birdie. V - r - H I .. - . V 1 - ; - I d i - i '''v.-V i ? 1 a: ' j MENENDEZ SNAPS EAL WIN STREAK BY JOE TAXENBAUM Miasm Dally ew Staff Writer Eastern Air Lines, nughty.away, Chico Hen-era took a 3-2 MIAMI DAILY NEWS, Saturday, June 40, 1950 3-1 Doermann Bass, Bonefish Catches Feature Tourney MACLAUGIILIN PRESENTS CUP Mrs. Jay G rimer, who won the Miami Shores Country club 54-hole medal play handicap yesterday with 223, receives the Jim MacLaughlin trophy from Jimmy himself. She will keep it for one year. . champions of the Greater Miami Baseball league, are no, longer unbeaten and a ybung man who; I pitched five innings witn nis arm and the remainder with his heart takes credit for toppling the "invincibles' from their lof-i ity perch. The talent-laden EAL nine. after humbling all opposition last! vear and notching five straight' victories this season, iouna ivien-endez mound magic too much last nieht at Miami field and went down before All-Miami Moh tors, 9-5. Menendei, an 18-year old ex- Gesu star, gave up 10 hits but lalwavs came through when the chips were down despite suiier- me a namful mishap in ine mm I inning while attempting to han dle a well-poked bunt. offering and swung A second later Menendez jubilant teammates were escort ing him to the showers and pumping his weary hand for a job well done. AB-Mtaini Mntar Eastern Air Um Ayer 3b 1 1 1 Ste'na cf MatKlia s S 1 S 4 Ryaies 2b Fraddy 2b 3 114 Mitch 1 3b Grappo If 5 3 i Eaton lb Quinn cl ft a i ft Lath'a Int'Uata lb 4 0 4 Her ra sa 1'raca rf i a 1 a Eagoa If Dohra c 2 1 13 1 Brady rf Mtn'rici p 3 2 0 3 South'd 1 Stettena rf 2(60 Simon p 1 King p 2 Pop c 1 P.eyn'Ma If 3 Abela rf 1 Total! 37 2T 12 HarKer rf 1 a-Skin'r rf 1 a 0 e 4 112 S 3 1 2 s 411 e 3 1 13 1 S 4 3 1 o 0 1 1 1 a a a 204 1 a o a 1 e i e oe 0. Gruner And Lackey Tops In Tourneys Totals 40 10 2T 13 a-Flied out for Harker 9th. An-Miami ifi ion ano Eaatarn Air Linca 002 010 OCJ 5 R Ayera. PYaddy 3. Mandla. rhr 2. Stettna. Menendea, Southrrland. Mitchell 3. Ryalaa 3. E Mandla 3. Oohre X Mitchell 4, Leatherman, Herrera. Ryalea. RBI Grappo 2. Mandia 3. Fraddy 2. Menendei rrv n,,name tnrit-lAr clinrioHI2. Mitchell 3. Leatherman. 2b Grappo 2. auc 3fct Ryalea. HR Mitchell. SB Fraddy i. Manaia z. stettna s. uonre, orappo. LOB All-Miami. 10; EAL, 12. BB Off. Menendex. 2: Sontherland 1; Simon . 3: Kinir. 4. SO By Menendea, : Southerland. 6: Simons. 3; King 4. HO Menendea, 10; Southerland. 3 In 3 3-3 tnnlnc: Simons. 1 In 1 1-3 innings: King. S In 4 Innings. W Menenaea. it King, V Aitn, senerna. T 3:08. Al J. Doermann of Miami Beach, veteran light tackle angler and honored recently at the Miami Beach Kod ana neei ciuo with an "Al Doermann Night" for his donation of $5,000 to re furnish the club, scored a triple on the eve of his departure for British West Indies, Mexican and South American waters with Jack Mahony. They're going on "just a two-man fishing trip. Pacing his three citation earn ing registrations as he fished of! Islamorada with Capt. Bill Smith on the Bilbon II was a 10- nound bonefish. Taken on 6- thread, it equalled the leader of this class tallied May 2 by 5. F Stephenson of Stuart who made his catch m the same waters on 12-thread He also boated anoth er bonefish at 9 12 pounds. By B1IJL WALLACE (Miami Dally Naws GeU Writer) Mrs. Jay Gruner, with a net 72 on her final round yesterday in the Miami Shores Country club 54-hole medal play handicap, was the winner of the Jim MacLaughlin trophy with a n aggregate score of 223. M r s. Gruner is a newcomer to the came as she has been playing eblf onlv two years. Mrs. Cliff while trying to grab the ball and found himself on the grass in pretzel form with one leg doubled up. Although limping badly and showing obvious signs oi latigue, Dromnting him to use his entire body with every heave, Menen-j dez stuck to the task and gained the admiration of the thimble-sized crowd. The loss still leaves EAL on top of the National division of the league whue All-Miami, witn a 4-2 mark, is in second place. All-Miami exploded with a six- run rally in the seventh canto to snaD a 3-3 deadlock and clinch the victory. red lung, tne inira EAL moundsman to show his wares, was the victim of the on- Race Results SATURDAY, JUNE IS His other catches were an eight-pound, 12-ounce bone which became the first tourney entry on featherweight three- thread. A Ernest Woolfe, tour feld, chairman of the judges committee, approved a special citation for his initial three- thread catch. He earned a cita tion with a 14 r2-pound channel bass in Plug Casting. Two more women earned cita tions with general aivisioa catches. Shirley Tuero of New Orleans entered a 17 1'2-pound snapper, third heaviest m tha tournev, as she fished from Capt. B. F. Scftaae s sea xung out of Pier 5. Mrs. Ruth Herold of Miami claimed her citation with a 28- 1-4-pound barracuda caught on 18-pound test from a swir on Ev Fowler's Caribet Yacht basin. A special citation with a possible- succeeding award with the close of the tourney Sept. 4, went to Kenneth Fisher ef Miami. Although registering a non-eligible fish his catch was given full consideration, it being a 227-pound jewfish caught from tha shore of the Beach Hauiover jet- ney chairman, and Max Rosen-jties on 12-thread. HORSE RACE ENTRIES MONDAY, JUNE 12 Detroit The entries close todar at mid' nieht for the Florida State Jun- slaught. I 1 - l . 3 1 I a w ior cnampionsnip, sponsored oy JohB UTaf;as iaunched the de- "1C viai. cisive chapter by gaining the me uiami L,auy news Any en- k - error. and takipg try mailed before that time will I A rV, vina aTar.inv be honored There is no entry ialked RonaW Dohre Irre J iCC, nu .m ulc uuys uu Dressible Menendez clouted a "f l r? "e lgI. mi QO,;i single to score Uvagas and send Z 1' u- i -iu u " , ai- Dohre to third. Mead was the runner-up with be combined with the regular Mi- Gerald Ayers' bingle, a rous- auii. xjailj c w o SlUJiui wumcv J,,Klo hi) Ins, n Mnri c a and the youngsters from South timely hit by Martin Fraddy and .iu mu6imil1c iC cp- blistering two-baser by John arate champion and age class L- r,ranno competed the on 227 and Mrs. Fred Bellamy was third with 231, Mrs. Bob Gorm-ly fourth with 332. The annual Maynard Page women's tournament sponsored by the Miami Women's Golf as sociation will be held at the Bin I more course Monday, which will be qualifying day with match play Tuesday. Mrs. A. C. Randolph ran into the medalist jinx yesterday I when she was defeated in the finals of the Martin Trophy tour nament at the Coral Gables Country club by Mrs. John Halifax, 3-2. In the championship flight .consolation Mrs. G. E. Smith was the victory by defeat ing Mrs. R. S. schmid, 5-4, while Mrs. John Kavanaugh turned back Mrs. Julia Kumm'a, 2-up, in the first flight. The first con solation prize went to Mrs. Mar tin Mangels, who beat Mrs. Herb Tuckerman, 4-3. The priz es were awarded at the lunch eon after the matches. winners. Clip your entry blank from the Daily News and send it in today. Mrs. Richard K. Lackey was a two-time winner yesterday in the weekly La Gorce women's tournament. Her 77 net-was good enough to win the regular handicap tourney and the same 77 gave her medalist honors in the qualifying round of the June match play event. Runner-up in the low net meet was Mrs. William Izar with 99-20-79, while Mrs. C. Gordon Anderson was the winner of the Class C, nine- hole putting contest with 18 strokes on the greens. Mrs. Herbert Steiner was the I winner yesterday in the West-view Country club's weekly low putt contest with 30 strokes, I There was a three-way tie for second place among Mrs. Henry Williams, Mrs. Frank Rubel and Mrs. Leonard Abess, all with 32 putts. There were 15 club members in the weekly event. Riley Upset, Lindsay In Semi-Finals There were 135 golfers turning in their final round cards up to last night at Miami Springs in the Pan Am 72-hole tournament and the time sheet, today is fair ly well filled. Tomorrow will be Jaycees' day at Pop Arnolds' course and the Pan Am. divot- diggers will have the right of way over all others. Your time on the starting sheet must be met, because if you lose your place you won t get off until late afternoon, so please be on time, urges Woody the Wood. The on ly low scorer for the week was the veteran Pat Kemp, who card ed 38-35-73 yesterday, but Pat is far down the list this year thanks to that 86 he shot at the Shores. Here's some interesting data on the Golden Anniversary of the National Open at Merion. In 1934 Bobby Cruickshank was leading the field going into the third round with 142. This year he is 149. Gene Sarazen was in second place with 145 This year the Squire is one shot better with 144. Two other Mi ami veterans of the Four-Ball and Miami Opens are Henry Pi card, who in 1934 had 154 for his first 36 holes and this morning he was up with the leaders at 144. Tied with him was Den ny Shute, who had 151 back in 1934. It appeared the Merion greenkeeper was saving his good spots on the fast skin greens tor today s 36-hoIe round. You know they can place the pins at Merion and bet no man living can break par. That's what thev did in 1934 and that's just what they were doing today for the fi nal 36-hole grind. slaught EAL came back with a two- run attack in the ninth but Men endez was equal to the task With two men on base and two SELECTIONS MONDAY, JUNE 12 Allapatiah Posts' Little League Win Delaware Belmont Park FIRST RACE Purs $3,000. claiming,. 4-year olda and upward, T furlongs (off at ia:zi Hobcaw Barony (Errlco) 11.00 8.00 4.30 Space Ship (Clark 6.00 4.40 dh-Rinaldo (LassweD) 3. SO dh-Rancor (Farraiuolo) 6 00 Time 1:25 l-s. Sunsattofl. Baauay. Strategy, Golngherway, Bill Cogswell, Count Jester alio ran. dh Dead heat to ahow. SECOND RACE T furlongs (off 1:00H Top Pilot (Atkinson! 5 SO 3 50 1.70 Ferula Lands (Com best) 6 60 3 9 Gallant Bull (Arcaro) ' 3.20 Time 1:25. Black Rover, lord Path-mate. Macks First. Mossy Face. Castile, Gallalad and Big Stage also ran. Daily Double IJ3.0O. THIRD RACE IU furlongs (off 1:41) My Bebby (Woodhouse) 8.10 4 SO 3 50 Apennina (Hettinger) 13.60 6.30 Blue Speed (.Arcaro) 4.10 Time :52. Persiana, Phoenicia. Jackie K. Bob Brown. Big Indian. Gala Blenheim, and Hazard Oaks also ran. FOURTH RACE One mile (off 3:20U1 Aegina (Errico) . 4.20 J. SO 3.30 On The Mark (Guerin) 2 CO 2.30 Fullblast (Hettinger) 3.00 Time 1:37 1-5. Altghar. J-Town Arao. Future sque, I Challenge also ran. FIRST POST 4ped FIRST RACE Pursa 12 000. claiming maidens 2-year olds, 5 fur longs Estner F I'ccle Shoot Impulsive Sam Kate's Chance Born A Lady Nostalgic xx Thesis Coin Flip EIGHTH RACE-Pars 2M0 Claiming, year oins a up, l i-ia roue. a-V.P l. Clef oo DavU xb- Vital xHunter F. e-Conjptra Nigh Count Saga xxFletfer xC-Endtown Hicks-r. R. Small entry 113 Ruse 122 116 Summer Foil; 119; 116 Fruition 113! 113 Titled Mist 113 j 116 Al a War Dog 116 113 Davids Pebble 116 112 White Hall 122 ..4 V, 1... ,,1 Bold Poisa 113 Eleven Boy Jr 1221 x a- xx T lha AAr SECOND RACE rursa az.ww, claiming 113 Ml Scandal lit log xoueea ChaHar iC los xe-Mattla Girl lot lllxa-Stem' Run 113 xFira Fox 113 axd-Mr. Happy 107 d-Flash up lt Mae Fetchlt 106 Swing Tune log 10T 116 111 104 If itry. Jouett Shouae-Mrs. w. J. Lytla antry. o H Brown-Mrs. R. T. Tylor antry. Mrs. A, J. Cochran-Mra. J. Uachlae 104 lit in 10 104 Delaware FIRST RACE S1 furlongs (off 1:02m Eternal Son (Culmone) 11.10 3.90 3.30 Jack The Great (Robertson) 3.00 2.40 General Staff (Hanfordl 3.30 Time 1:05 1-5. Thistle Jar. Bald Hill Boy, Hooked. Fancy Farm. Capt. Palmer. Fighting Back and Full-fledged also ran. SECOND rack s turionas (oft Endurable (Culmone) 6.10 3.70 2.60 Super-Salesman (Stldham) 7.00 4.00 The Peer (Purser) 2.80 Tm. 1-11 llnMi R Itafan, ICtnar Bowlee, Sir Christie. Star Z. DJInn,. Con- xx Mr Tuck ridado and Inquiring also ran. Play Eda X.vr nlrln. 6 furtonis Kings Komance in xx unaa jmi xx La Bagaieu i" i Clohome 111 Mika Khret Gypsy Day 1U x l.anina ta xx Conschrlg 104 xx Miss Bod xx Creed 10 THIRD RACE Purse 12,000, claiming. 4-year olda and. upward, 4 furlonga Concrete 11 x Mon Speed ins x Dick's Boy lie a-Aipnarm i.ii xx Beat Trick 109 a-x Bubble Gum 117 xx Stirrup Cup 111 a-P. U Griasoc entry, FOURTH RACE Purse $2,0W. claiming, l.vr niria and unward. 6 furlonxa xx Reoand 114 Lucky Josey 116 aGraymar Judge 118 a-Doc Steam 11 a Jessica B 108 xx Draw Ona 111 x No Leddia log Santa Claua UK xx Safford 111 Black Larkspur lit Red Hortson 118 Irene 113 x Flares Durbar lis High Boss 124 Tnleca 119 XX Ork 106 M Luck Out 118 Florlzan Sam lit a-S. Brooka Mra. .J. Brooxa entry. FIFTH RACE Purse $2,800, allowance, 1-year olds. 5 furlongs xx Rule One 112 Al Heart . 12J Copperstone 119 x Sale pnea lit Golden Trend 12a in npin j' SIXTH RACE Purse 2 500. 4-year olda and upward, the Plymouth. 6 furlongs xx Rose Bed 112 a-Stole 107, Evanstep 107 x Roi Rouge 101 Golden Bolt l07Pancho Supreme 112 a-U L. Haggin 2nd W. X. Schmidt entry. SEVENTH RACE Puree $2,000, claiming 4-year olda and upward, one mile and 70 virda it PuthiiHh 109 Colt nova 116 Languid Lady 111 xxsuperft com a iu lot mana i 106 x Nightlife 111 Aqueduct First post 1:15 PEP FIRST RACK Puree $3,006 tlalmtag, V year old fill its, 'i furlongs Lady Indian 113 Good Cry lit JOE TANENBACM Flight Admiral, Moon Boy, Ala Mow, lee. 2 Alexis, Triple Hearts. Three Dots. 3 Little Harp. Warmonger. Andy Handy 4 DIXIANA EMBi, Choralier. countess Molly. - 5 Clark Entry. Phlblant, Hot. 6 Carolina Miss, Record Player, Bit O'Fate. Palatine Entry. Tar. Guided Missile. 8 Go Devil, Hicks-Small Entry, Hunter F. ASSOCIATED rRES 11 Flight Admiral, Valdor, Iliad. S ALEXIS. Triple Hearts. Three Dots. 3 Little Harp, Warmonger, Merry Risk. 4 Dixlana Stable Entry, On, Countess Molly. 5 Hot. F Ambrose Clark entry. Stiver Duck. 6 Endurable, Bit O Fate, Record Player. 7 Dealer, Lotus Blossom, woodsioe. 8 Hunter F Fir Fox, Mattie Girl. Narragansett Park JOE TA.NENBAIM 1 MT Rl'THlE, Hyson. Snirley'e Pride. 2 Shes Got It, Sunshade. Devotedly. 3 My Little Miss. Bright Egret, Fans Down. 4 Doreens Boy, Cbeermeup, Hygros Won der. 5 Galla Babe. Mayes Riley. Gracte Son. 6 Gray Star, Paper Mill, Eternal Bomb. 7 Daily Dtp, Dauntedtd. Setpto. 8 We Hope. Vlnita Rev. Bold Knot. Inatanter. Devils Luck. Halbarail, ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 Bona Girl. Amen, Rosalu. 2 sunshade. Shes Got It. Diny name jr. 3 My Little Miss, Gold Mede, Bright ft: rt 4 Doable Grit, rherrmeap. Trans Egret. 5 Galla Babe, Fickleman. Mayes ituey. 6 Gray Star. Shoe Shine, lutemal Homo. 7 DeLuxe. Fort Mifflin. Evening Rose. 8 DANCING COB, Vlnita Rev., Orphan Fibber. 9 Land' Sea, Instanter. Halbarail, Aqueduct VP 23, Pan American Win In Extra Innings Extra inning games were the rule last night in the Moore Park softball league as both Pan American's Clippers and VP 23 had to use this method to obtain their victories. Led by Nick Dillullo the Flyers won the first scrap by pushing across four runs in the ninth Dallas, June 15 (INS) Three out-of-staters and one lone Texan fight for survival today in the semi-finals of the 20th annu al Women's Trans-Mississippi tournament. Flame-haired Betty Dodd of San Antonio is the singleton from the Lone Star state, while Marjorie Lindsay of Decatur, 111. Swift mi inn ft i ail.. -1 Simpaen and Oakes: Richman and Me-P'Ortn uaKOtan registering out OI Indio, Calif., and Willowy Grace Patten Sales 120 on 0 4 g J JJeMOSS OI tOrVailS, UTC, SXU1 ai. cnt. Roeu: " CAr- have a crack at the trophy. MLiMI ANNEX Naval Reserve jm .Ml ft-9 6 4 Rev 21 100 04 6 4 EDKOV rtvrra Coca Cola 000 25 o IS lfl 1 Daily News floo 300 0 2 3 7 rS H,,T,n; Hagier and BHteh. i . -i - nc M K'V u a 1 a irame 0 lane a v, m irom jsinciair OU 070 302 x 12 12 e the Ponce uiuuuo Dase-ciear- ing triple sparked the rally. Meanwhile, the Pan Am Clippers edged the Fireman 4-3 in the eighth inning. An error by Jack Schollenberger with two men on base allowed the Clip, pers their margin. Schollenberger threw wide to first on Jimmy Kees' grounder to second. The Baptist scored a 8-2 win; over the Home nine in a Homestead tilt. Brennan. Hanson ffl and Himm aa. ams t2tj Reninn. Tanner (5 and Godwin. H1ALEAH LEAGI E wtoway 105 (vw a 4 s Brownies no e2a 14 Evans and Bell: ttricklaail ana ih.. pard. CAA j-i yn a- 9 9 3 AFRTC Xl 1 123 a Hommetl and Wright; Peters and Era- Tai. OPALOCKA LF4r.rr. Embry Riddia 012 oni 1 j j irere itu (ns a 9 T 1 Crumnler and Fletener; J. aiualua and wrayson. Mannea li 0211 R t PZ3 104 no 9 4 3 uiyiana ana iener: Harsh. Parks (5 ana vmum. MOORE PARK Ct RTlS PARK I"23 - 011 Oil fin4- 19 9 t vary' 012 110 S T t . . 3W 003 6O0-S i Stanmn 010 004 1 6 T 6 Stephens a ad Smite: Ogla aad Wcrtis, m.. mm. .ba- Vlhnla mnA Mathia iHlOSOa (5). t'i..ti.h Baptist " Or) 1ft 112 Firemen ffld I 14-J 1 4 ..;TLl..-k - ni,-M a.ii a fan Amarican 12 100 01 5 4 w.on Baker .1.. EdL Colter " ni A ' BT- S nl McCuilom; Deas .nd MeDM-Jg, Bak.r tin Poatoa and y. u Mty ACt. una. Miami MUlwork 020 2 2-4 6 6 goxuiMv VVi.,-. . , iwoifies era om oo-g u MP"" Jf ' i"t; . Morrell. SMmu, (5 and Hormk; Hat- Horn 00 HO 00O3 I If), ,Ba 8obloa. Hait. McMtchael () and Horn; Gray 'rromweu T onot IS t 4 and Eastwood. IK of C 601 623 6 6 S RIVERSIDE PARK t Sindler and upptBas: Osbora and Ser- nraenbarks n n-a in s ; vat. Checkmate. 120 200 00 a 3 t j Edward and Freeman; Dunlap and Hsg-j iaaaaa CnferfetU V J-J . FIGHT RESULTS pollarboya U 1S 3 0 1 R,.hor and Ruckel: Pniry and Dtxoa. cum trir.i l I HOLLYWOOD. Calif. Frank Buford. 1M. Jones Treea ' Otn Oil 6-3 3 Oakland. CaUL, cotpeiawd Abel Caauc, K-ai. 300 K2 x 7 6 2 23. Argentina Low and Edwards; McGuir and Chap-j man. Aircraft serv. Die go. stopped Boh Patterson. 1, MTTsFlELD. Ma. Harry Lasale, 1J1 Houston. Tex-, atopped Timothy Buddy s,aa Mn A tm 9n 1 : Unvm Ittn RoatoR. 7. lrt , O0OO0O11 1T1 Bltwi. .f" T, tv. .ft.. Wnu a rA 1 Tuppen un vri, - J t -- 1 170. San 164 h. BM Francisco, 4. Today's pairings find Miss Dodd facing Miss Lindsay and Miss Hanson matching strokes with Miss DeMoss. Misses DeMoss and Lindsay jumped into the favorites' role yesterday by scoring upset victories over favored contenders. Miss DeMoss ousted defend ing champion Betsy Rawls of Austin. 1-up, , on the 19th hole, while Miss Lindsay beat medal ist Polly Riley of Fort Worth, 3 and 2. Miss Dodd carded a 1-up vic tory on the 19th hole over Mrs. Frank Goldthwaite of Fort Worth, while Miss Hanson had a 7 and 6 win over 17-year-old Mary Ann Villegas of New Or leans. John Vardian Signs As Sinkwich Aide Tampa, Jane 10 (P -John Vardian of Johnstown, Pa., who was with Frankie Sinkwich as backfield coach at Erie, Pa., last year, joined him at University of Tampa today. Vardian will take over duties as a backfield coach next falL He was with the Baltimore Colts j for two years after service with the Miami Semhawks and Fort Pierce Ampbibs. Allapattah's Peter Austen; came within an inning of reach ing the Little League "hall of fame" yesterday. The young fireballer was nick ed in the last frame for the two hits he allowed but he experienced little difficulty in gaining a 4-1 victory over Little River in the National division. Austen struck ott 12 Little River batters. In other games, the Miami Beach Optimists and Fire De partment captured twin-bills and Miami Shores downed Miami Springs, 5-0. Robert Balch hurled a sparkling two-bitter in the Shores contest. The Optimists ran over the Beach Police, 10-1, in the opener and men ekea out a 4-3 verdict in the other tilt The Firemen belted 18 hits in the first test for a 19-6 win and came back with a 6-4 triumph. Optimists 520 2O110 1 Police 010 14 1 Zmdler and Bert man; Trial and Kay, I Police or.2 1103 T Ornmidts 000 0x 4 6 1 Thompwrrf. gugarman (5i and Kay; Meadow. Rankin t) and Bertman. Hotel Asw. 110 310 6 3 2 Fire Dept. U 5x 1 16 4 Gerard. Korean '4. Diamond and Bloom: Kay and Berger. Fire Dept. Ill 3006 i Hotel Assa. 211 UO 4 6 2 Watkina. Key (3 and Berger; mam ona. Brown 13) and Bloom. Allapattah 12 0104 S 1 Little River 000 0011 3 4 Austen and Potts ; Hen and giaten, P prints 00 Or 6 5 J Snore 104 OOx a 10 4 GoJdJteia aad Pollard; Baich aad Callage r. IOE TAXENBACM 1 Georgoua Reded, Apprise, Foxy Baby 2 Shadow Shot. Jacopadea, SUaddl 3 Escarp. Fonda, Extra 4 Sailors Choice, oiggie. t;iean Broom 5 BR VAN UM Prince Dandy, Broken Arches 6 Piet, Thre Rings. Better Self 7 I-ets Dance. Re.ipingo. Keep Watch 6 Chaidia, Burts Reward. Menever ASSOCIATE! PRKKS IgBrooktown. Gorgeoua Reded. Good, Cry. 2 Julibee. Jaeopartea, straddle. 3 Extra, Dtable De Gosse, rscarp. 4 Luring. Sailors Choice. Giggle. SSFebrlcate. Bryan G.. Prince Danrtv. a PIET. Three Rings. Mount at arc v. 7 Onint Victor. Respindo. Poison Arrow, 8 Fast Mail, Shoe. Chakiia. THIRD RACE 1 1-16 Bitlee (off 3:04) Busanda (Robertson) 6.60 100 2.30 Ouija (Culmone) 3.40 2 10 Mixtambo (Nash) 2.50 Time 1:44 1-5. lit in ( Mackla also ran. FOURTH RACB 6 furlongs (off 2:35V.) Please Do (Culmone) 30.00 11.00 7.60 Briar White (Rogers) , .20 7.00 Flving Weather (Roberteon) o.zn Time 1:10 3-5. Low And High, Idle Memory, Delpby, Junior Nurss also ran. Suffolk Downs FIRST RACE 6 ftirlong 'off 1:02) Pimi Boy (Catalano) 5 60 3.40 2.60 Miaa Gadfly (Peresl 4,80 3.60 Star Baby (Madden) .0 Time 1:12 4-5. MlKeflave, moos rone, Fitful Fire. MV Duchess. H. A. Keller. Poooxie. Flo a Reward, Maruca and fiiMnv Heels alfto ran. BFJTOND RACE 6 furlongs (off 1:3im Misty Bky (Corolla) 10.20 7.40 6.00 Ellehcor (Madden) 13.40 6 40 Fraternal (Peresl 4.00 Time 1:12 1-5. Indian Barney. Bolo T, R.riain Ruver. Cambrloxe Fair. Tlca Tlca, Super Foot. Foxey Rose, Dainger Girt and Copywright also ran. Daily Double 153. u. Tin r r race 5 furlongs (off 2:02) Brother Nat (Delpldio) 20.00 10 OO 5.40 Plucky 8tar (Williama) 6.60 4.6i Swing Lock (Catalanoi 3.40 Time 1:02 Left Winger. LHtle Ginna. Movement. Slicker Bill. Hay Elite. Careless Lips. Cora B, Meatlxa and Time Sabu 'vnm?rw RArB-4 furlongs (off 2:31 H I Eternal Bomb (F Fer'dei) 8.20 4.60 3 O0 Ventana (Jenkins) " 40 4.oo , rata1ann 3.40 Tim. 1:12. Zo-Bo. Lolling. OrbiK Knight's Knave also ran. Lincoln Field -tcct pape 1 mile (off 2:04) Almas Pet (Keene. 13.80 6.20 4 o Ettenan S (Olivera) 8.40 6 20 Plav lEadal I T,m 1 l x-a. Meivin. rrimw -wr. Third FPln. Never Tell. uene uene, irar R,t Tlckv Deal, neorasaa vara uu avnnvn mrK One mile (off 2:32'AI Lucky Colonel (J Jeeaop) 12.80 4 40 4.80 Craline (Wagner) s 20 n,ml f Church I " -wv Ti., i 'At a- Kovaionx. Aia nj 1 mm - - - . . , Tannery. Plaauemine. rive , r,n Hail. ChalleDort. Topnard, Russian Action also ran. Daily Doubt EIGHTH RACE Puree 82,000. claiming. 4-vear olda and unward. 1 1-16 miles. V Bomb 115 xx Dandy Pot 108 Flare Mont 110 xx Iron Penny 113 Tim Lark 120 xx Olivia L. log x Duskv Tlxer 110 xx Old Union 113 Maxlmette 110 xx Wow 113 xx Riel Fir 108 x-5 lbs. xx-7 lb. AAC. v Narragansett Park FIRST RACE purs .8O0. claiming, 4 year old and upward, 6 furlongs x Two Feather Georgia French Lura XX Hyson Pompeian x Nick O Tire x Bona Girl Amen Harry 114 Detroit 4srvf lTrn FREW! 1 Ruse, impulsive 8am. Summer Foiiy. 2 Mike Ebret. La Bagatelle, canma bib. 3 Grisaom Entry. Stirrup cup. esi i rica. 4 Toleca, High Boss. No Leddie. g IV A fiPIN. Rul On. Golden Trena. 6 Haggin-Schmidt entry, tvaneiep, not 7 Ffatbush. Languid Lady, P1T Eda. 8 Olivia U, Dandy Pet. Dusky Tiger. Paper Gets Back Telephone Service 116 104 110 112 107 111 116 1 113 112 108 116 108 MAJOR LEADERS St 3; VONKERS. N. Y.. June 10 fJPV The Yonkers Daily Times won a court order last nigm ai- recting immediate restoration oi its telephone service. The order came too late, how ever, to aid publication of today's edition. The newspaper's 12 trunk lines were still dead at arlv mornine. The service was cut off Thursday by orders of Public Safety Commissioner Patrick F. O'Ha- ra. who claimed the telepnones were used to relay racing information. The court order, signed by Supreme Court Justice Benja- lo) Linwood 107 Bason UK) xx Shirley' Prideli.l 107 Rosalu 111 116 Wonder Why 10t 108 Hadoyou 111 112 X My Rutbl 107 107 Gay Data 108 SECOND RACE purs $1,800, claiming. 4-year olds and upward, 6 furlonga Squadron 114 Devotedly Bow On 107 x Bold Mat Study In Blu 1W xx Sarale C. Ponca 112 Gaybrook Sunshad 114 x Honor Pilat Buvel 107 x Portentou xx Dizzy Dam 102 antern X Bhe' Got It 107 X RamseV THIRD RACE purse 82,000, claiming, 2- year olda. 6 V furlongs Junior T. 110 Bleary Bob 10S X Gold Mode 102 x My Llttl Mis 111 Bright Egret llu Jennie M. M7 Mixed I'p 107 Fana Down 107 fourth rack-pura an.), claiming. 3 year olds. 6 furlongs Wardrll !I4 Lineback X Cheer M up 112 x Dad Councilman Ben 109 x Bob Feller xHygroa Wonder 113 Doreena Boy X Trans Egret ll X Shoirai x Double Gift 112 FIFTH RACE purs g2.20n. claiming, 4 year olds and upward. 4 furlonga. x Flckleman IIS xx Mayes Riley in Gay Spark 115 x Lady Carrie 105 xx High Hunch 110 Bambuco 115 Galla Babe in uraci ron Ji X Mr. Beiltrn 108 Emulate 113 SIXTH RACE purs 82.500, claiming, 4- year olds and upward, 6 furlong X Big Reward 106 x Atom Ride 105 Gray Star 112 X Barb Foot 110 Eternal Bomb 113 5nffazon 1 gunnycrext Gal llu Sho 8bln 113 Paper Mill 111 SEVENTH RACE purse $3,500. allowsn-ces. 3-year olds snd upward. 6 furlongs x Daily Dtp lt3 Evening Ros 102 x Faneull Mfaa 09 Gold Eagle 114 X Fort Mil din 10 Dockatadrr 112 Ballvdam 12 a Dauntedld 113 Deluxe 114 Scipio 121 X Dukes Gal 104 September lo7 EIGHTH RACE purs $2,200. claiming. 4-year olda and upward. 1 1-16 mile Top Honor 113 Kela Love Vlnit Rev 115 x The Bagel X Playanna I'm Bold Knot x We Hope 112 Orphan Fibber Milton Beer 111 X Crista Bure Gift 113 Vaeanee Dancing Gob 106 x Tom Ferri Blr And Bad NINTH RACE purs $1,800 claiming. 4- year oios ano upward. 1 i mile x Battle Clamp i"4 Lana 'N Sea Beans Jr 107 McLtah Happy Me 111 Alberto D Stray Tiger 114 Inatanter War Fund 116 Staters Halbarail 120 xx Devil Luck X S XX-T LBS. AAC Appriae ion Georztous Reded Pearl W. , 106 U Brooktowa 1U Ready Answer 116 Schottlacha ill foxy Baby 116 SECOND RACE Pura $3,009 claiming, 4 year old a up, 1 mile Newspaper 119 Jacopadea ' 114 xHltherto 108 Glenweod Kid 114 C Est Tout 117 First Draft 114 That Him 114 xx8hadow Shot 116 Julibe Kin Straddle U Nonpareil 11 By Heart 114 Foliansbe lit 8ea Defeat HT THIRD RACE Pur $2,500 claiming. Hurdle, I year eld aad up, about li. miles xCrayon 13 Escarp 4 Better Vala 1J2 Charioteer 11 Top Knot 132 Dlabl Da Go 140 xFond 1J0 Extra 14 xxUncl Sam 141 FOURTH RACE Pur $3,000 Claiming, year olda. 6 furlonaa xFull Measur m On Rosa lit Deflation 123 Luring lit No Waiting H8 De Sea Six li Clean Broom 119 Giggle ill Attentive m Sailor Cholc 111 FIFTH RACE Puraa SJ SO0. alln.aara. 3 year olda. 6 furlongs nroaen Arena lij Promptnes 118 Fair Task Hi Bryan O. - .- 116 Prince Dandy 113 Fabricate u SIXTH RACE Th Oueena Count v ttaaa. leap, purae 320,000 added, t year olds up. 1 1-16 mile Thre Rings 126 On Hitter 10 Kea rameita 1(4 Mount Mercy 11 Colonel Mika 106 Hypocrite U P'et 121 Bare Feed Bar lot Sun Bahram 114 Better Self 121 SEVENTH RACE Purse gJ.OOO claim- ing. year oias up, 1 1 16 milu Muirle 1U Resplngo Roaming Feet liSPolaoo Arrow Marin Charger 117 Merry W1U N."",u llf Bam xheep Watch 1 A-So La CI Leu Danca 118 X Liberty Road Approval 120 A-Count Victor Fourteen Grand 116 A-Mra. J. D. Henx ntry EIGHTH RACE Pura $3,080 ialmlng. jw mm ei up, mil r 120 313 1)4 IS 11T Hook I'n Trumpeter Jay Te Shoe Bombraa Menever Burts Reward x-, xx-7 Iba. 118 Discovert 114 Faat MaU ' 114 xChaldla 122 Haberdasher 118 iPromotlon 122 Litter 1J2 AAC, 11T 114 m 118 114 116 Lincoln Field FIRST RACE para $2,100, claiming, 4. year olds and Upward, 6 furlong. 107 Qayhauih 10T 110 Lady Forest log 106 Orand River 112 112 War Wana 106 105 Herbla G. iia 107 Never D1 flg 112 Speeding Mere 112 112 C-Rudy li IIS Stvla Oi,ea, ih . upi. wi a, rura 62.200. Claiming. 8-year olds. 6 furlongs. " Play Hands Illatay Roman Victory Hasten Jasoa Challedella Bessie Vanra Nimble Tiger Hour Al Shawa Pride Mini Helen Vohenjr Her Gift Stayedtoolong Fir Up Lulaa Oeeay B. xCount Deep iinni THIRD RACE- 108 the Bin Hea 110 Sugar Sahv 105 xButsen Lady 113 Mr. Ztppe 113 John log ana Idol Boy 108 xBuataretl 108 Tlmurlan no Tiny Ott 108 110 100 ' 118 107 118 1 1 -Purs $2,1(10. claiming. 116 1)8 118 111 118 116 118 116 118 SATIOSAt. tEAGCK BaHa Muial, St. Lout, .385: Robin Bona Jethroe, Boston, 38: Musial, RawS7BaMed 1" 8ar, Chicago. Wetiake. Pmsmirgh. 38. , lwhlea Musial. St Louia, IS: Robinson.' ,n Rabin of the Bronx, 01- B,I2!LiL.H., tma. 5: Muai. reeled New York Telephone co x ftwm and Asli bar I frt rectArA thi KrVire at OT.Ce 11. aLeUflt. agcaaiaw, 1 V h,prW,.,: west-on a temporary basis Me also lake and Kiner, Pittaburgn. ioraerea Uie tunipaiiv -"" mi. i-e-jeinroe. ". ., vfondav to snow cause wny me ...An RmiAfl. Keeee. j9rooa.iB l,u " 1 -. , , t wtltiger. Chicairo a. ,.,Ki. 8pah. Boaton M. PMrMag Miner. tmmiri. 7?" . . Church Rides Five Winners Chicago, June 1(J Ken Church. 20-vear old jockey from Windsor, Ont., rode five winners out of seven mounts on the un- coln Fields program at Washington Park yesterday. Podbieian, Brooklyn. 4-1. Bankbead and 800. AMEBIC AX tEACrE K.iti.. Kr!l. Detroit .386 : EariTla, Bo-! ton. .375. should not be per I lldlirjiik. O'Hara said Dolice told him the nhones were used "in aid ine and abetting gambling." He said he acted only after confer rinz with two Westchester coun- 0 ... m a-.Ala. 4.4, 11s 106 ill 111 113 113 10 111 111 113 117 115 III 108 Delaware -Williams. Boston and Stephens. tv officials, district attorney iaed i-tePr-n. Boe.on. ;'deorge Fanelli and Sheriff Fred . 1 1, . a aTTinR acaS beatMea KeO, Detroit. IT: Zarill. Bca-j too- 1 v . m TtliWi nrnr" few ion, . Lnatnn. Kan. Detroit. Ml pes. New Torn. Rusco, and getting their approv al. - The 15-year-old newspaper was bought five years ago by Bcitoa. Ken. Detroit. Ml pes. New Torm. i Ralph R. MartineUl, wno Oiea and DtUinger. Ptulae pn.a a. . ef a heart atUClt Ul Miami a Horn Raws Williams, Bcattw, ...v ... Dropo. Boston. 14. .J.,.,. WCCkS 8g0. Maiea Base tnninger. r ui- i DiHaxtio. Boston ana uoov. '-'".; Mrikeoot Reynolds. New Tors, as, Lemoa, Cleveland, and Rascal. New Tori. 43- m. McDermott and Stobb. Boa too. 4-L .800. Bent It through a Person to Person Want acL One line, one week, one dollar. S2-S53. Snake Has 45 Babies NEW YORK, June 10 (.TV-A six-foot poisonous snake mothered 45 babies today at Bronx 7o. Zoo obstetricians saia there would be no more. First post JPED. FIRST RACE Pur $2300. 3 rear Did maidena, S, furlongs. Tiger Scout 120 xRedcentrt 115 VaJdor 120 Moon Boy 120 Flight Admiral 120 Early Victory 120 utii step 120 xFull O War lis .Northman 2nd 120 Euclid 120 Aquarius 130 Iliad 120 Caiater 120 xTh Eagl- IIS Aia Mowle 120 Plctu 120 Mount Misery 120 Propeller 12ti SECOND RACE Pome $25( claiming. 3 year olds V up, six furlong. -Trip! Heart 118 xPretty Boy Bob 106 Useless 118 Crystal Pas 16 Homing Pigeon io Navy Ac 118 Cherry First ! xAiexis 118 xxThre Dots 1'i7 THIRD RACE Pura $3000 claiming. 4 year olda A up, 6 furlonga. Warmonger 116 xf.mi 108 Andy Handy 129 Merry Risk 111 Cutting .d 116 xStenOoff 112 xHappy Task 118 xxLtttle Harp 116 FOURTH RACE Pura $3.V. allowances. 3 year old fillies. 6 furlonga. Choralier 111 Oilo 10A xCounte Molly 13 a-Here'e Roping 120 xlnvariant l'0 A-Wondnng 120 On Ul a-Dtxian Entry. a Dixiana entry. FIFTH RACE Tn Tom Roby Bteeple-chu, pura $10,000 added. 4 year old at up. stake, about two mnea. PbaJanger 153 Sea Legs 146 xl-Cioonit.e 146 Hot 156 xSilver Duck 154 xtaah 157 Leche Hombr lil b-Green Keeper 153 -To1bic 153 Phlblant . 1 a-Lon Fisherman 14 Sergt. Peafh 153 a M. H- Dixon. r.-C. M. KUm entry a F. Ambroe Clark entry. SIXTH 1U.CE Pure 13.000 allowance, 3 vear elds. 6 furlocgs. My Nell 111 x Be hold 118 xEndurabi 111 E.op 111 Erindal 114 Thunderlet 121 Hindi 124 Golden Day 116 Well My Word 114 Opal Bkwaom 114 xxCaroiin Mis. 112xRecord Player 114 Bit O Fat 114 8 E V ENTH RACE Pors $3008 claiming, 1 year old 1 1-14 mile. xAnni Oakley log Dealer 118 Honor 111 a-elnl - 1"7 r.mA.A Wiaaila . 112 Tar 118 (Laty Fairfield 105 Lotua BloMom 110 ixa-Coffe Money llxWoodid lit a Palantln stable entry. year oias. maiden finiea. 6 furlonga. . iiinrii ri iiu jia aMiarniar tdmitt Foolish Teara lia rirrhu,.i Turveytowa 116 Polhlll Merrygold 118 Beaujestle Point Up ii$ Tl Myeerah lis xFirat Bella Nanci Pale 116 Flfan Oemco lig Resum Little Less llg Indian Breeze FOURTH RACE Pura 82 200. lalmlne 4-year old and upward, on mil en . the turf. Executloa 111 Mlaty Eight Jit poao in Breakage 11 Imnna Brand log Haicyoa Duke 114 Wutxotle Jnn Rlot J4 FIFTH RACE Pur $2,100. eUlmlng, 4 year olds and bpward, i mflea. Tak Wing 120 Evening glory Juliet's By I4 Top Soldier jRir Bob jos nMelia Valantt Big Elm 117 Venlur Ob Aitur 117 4-year olda and upward, 1 furlonxa. turf. , SIXTH RACE Pur $1,600. claiming, 5' "f Dr. OM Nclaoa 113 Floating in uck Tiger no Ftewarder 11 Coring Chimeg 1W Koaedue 111 Blu Holly lot Provident 113 SEVENTH RACE pur 17 Jrt. elalmlae 4-year old and upward, an mtla ea the rurt. Sir Sprrl 114 xParlt Plgeea, lot Arnl 114 Cloy ijj xBlll Twig log Floatinr C!ow lil Patmiboy 111 Celey Jay iu Big Inh U4 , EIGHTH RACE purs $2,100, alaUnlatv w-ymt wu, .uu HwRia, l inilva. 108 114 101 112 x8un Jay Clover Mia Hi Henry Potato rake Don O'Butiivan Our Pick xxDlxie PebbI Casradian a-t lb, xx-7 lb, aac. 108 (Foxy Pat HI 116 xxHtatkm Agtnt 10T 114 Regularity llg 118 Avoca Masaag m 114 Tp Becrat 4o 114 xxHadlteaar ' 101 103 XCarnle Louu ' 104 iu x evening Blend 8108 Dog Track Official i Sues For $35,000 Pay ; W. L. Huntley, former gener al manager, of West Flagler do track, has asked the circuit court to award him a $35,009 judgment against West Flagler Amusement co.f inc. Huntley contends the money is due him under an agreement by which he was to receive the same salary for serving as a director as he had received as general manager. The company has refused his demands, he states. Youll find the furniture yon want PRICED In News Person to Person ads. Wli' 'jl!l:- I Cordon.

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