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MIAMI DAILY NEWS, Tuesday, November 6. 1951 . 13-A SCHOOLING RACES AT BISCAYNE (olgJOFS by last season while Twilight Misguided Hunters Avoiding Doe It's Cold Outside Every once in a while Greater ' Miami and : south Florida get a few winds, the touch of a cold wave from the north that makes news. Northern weather reports usually include Florida weather and vice versa. Greater Miami readers get local and state reports and they also get TODAY'S weather map for the whole nation every day in the MIAMI DAILY NEWS By SALTY MALLANTS Miami Dally Mews ZUfcla Edits Official schooling will get under way at the Biscayne dog track tonight with about 35 races scheduled. The unofficial tests j wound up last night after seven nights of preliminary trials. Post-time for the official schooling will be 7:30 p.m., open to the public, except minors. ' , Paul Sutherland's Twilight Squaw and R. H. Stevenson's Rye Seed, the two outstanding speedsters at the track last year, gave evidence of still retaining the form that made these two females very popular with . the fans. TWILIGHT SQUAW tripped a futurity in :29 3-5 while Rye Seed came from last place to finish second in her effort. This was a futurity and the Ceh-Tex kennel's Texas Rocket, lasted to stall off the Stevenson champ. It will be remembered Rye Seed won both the All Florida championship and Biscayne Der zens willing to absorb the losses," said O'Mtlley, "we'd oe glad to let them take over and n-kirig agreements with them. But we can't find the local m fact We had to buy all our farms from Ideal people. O'Malley said the Vero Beach setup where the Dodgers and many farm units work cost the organization $199,000. This camp and others resulted in a spring training loss of $180,000 despite $120,000 income from exhibition games. The Brooklyn club player salaries for 1950 were $357,000, for the 25 regulars, O'Malley said he did not know if other salary lists, announced through the congressional investigation, covered 25 of 40 players. . FOR THE entire Dodger organization, . counting all its farms the Brooklyn club paid 1950 player salaries amounting to "just short of a million dollars.". . O'Malley estimated "substantial" television and radio receipts as about 10 to 12 per cent of the total Brooklyn Club income. He declined to name the GOLD wmn RECAP WITH PREMIUM QUALITY I Horse Race Entries Selections BROOKLYN, Nov. 6 UP Walter O'Malley, Brooklyn Dodg er president, opened the club's books for a quick peek today to reveal the entire organization lost $129,318 in 1950. Aroused by congressional talk that baseball is a big business monopoly, O'Malley quotes figures on the losses of the Brooklyn farm system. He used 1950 figures because. '51 returns still are incomplete. "The losses from " the farm system are so' staggering said O'Malley, "that the fact is baseball actually subsidizes the minor leagues." ; THE LOSSES from the farm system are staggering," he said. "Through the farm systems, the majors actually subsidize .the minors and keep baseball at a national level. Of course, we do it lor a selfish purpose to get players." O'Malley quotes these figures for the 1950 operations: " t - . . LOSSES - Cambridge, Md., Eastern Shore League (carryover loss, club didn't play t 8,000 didn't play) 38,000 (carryover loss, club Danville, I1L. Three I League 330,000 Elmira, N. T., Eastern SS0.000 Greenwood. Miss. Cottos Etstes 345,000 Newport News, Vs., Piedmont- ' 380.000 Pones City, Okla.. Kom - 323,000 Santa Barbara, Clif.. Calif. 370,000 Three Rivers. Que.. Provincial . 334,000 Valdosta, Ga. Ga-FIa. 23,00O PRO IT Montreal, International . . 331.000 St. Paul, American Assn. 3128,000 Nashua, N. H. New England, Lg. S42 THE FIGURES did not include working agreement clubs. "If we could find local citi Tampa's Sliman Out For' Season TAMPA, Nov. 6 (JR . Dan Sliman, a fine defensive halfback .for the University of Tampa, will be out for probably the rest of the season with a leg in jury. Sliman .was one of several players hurt in Tampa's tough 28-13 win over Livingston State here Saturday. The others are expected to be ready for South! Georgia Teachers here Friday, but so many of them were bruised so badly Coach Frank Sinkwich substituted a light drill without pads for yester day's scheduled rough workout. FOR TCZSSAT, KOV. State game administrators with outsize deer herds on their hands are asking hopefully, 'Is the age of misguided chivalry dying among deer hunters, that is? Are sportsmen losing their notion that the female of the species is sacrosanct deer, that iS?" :-. ; : A deeply ingrained idea, amounting almost to superstition, that a d"oe must never be made the target of a .30-30 probably has resulted in more waste venison and over-browsed forests than any other factor in Big-game management, according to the National Wildlife Federation. ' . ' r - ; IN WISCONSIN, for example, teeming herds of whitetails did almost irreparable damage to the range year after year while sportsmen shouted down all suggestions that they must start shooting females in order to check the increase.. They thinned out the bucks every fall but the does kept on having fawns. Not as many, to be sure finally they produced sickly singles where they used to bear fat twins but they kept on producing. " In Michigan and Pennsylvania the deer yarded up and starved to death by the thousands, does and lawns as well as bucks, because the hunters apparently felt starvation was kinder treatment than a quick bullet. ALL THE WHILE a few states successfully avoided the buck Jaw, shot deer of any sex and maintained a sizable, healthy herd. At the 1951 North American Wildlife Conference, Hilbert R. Siegler of the New Hampshire game department told how both bucks and does have been hunted by . white man in the Granite state for "more than 300 years without apparent harmful effects on the deer population. Neighboring and similar Vermont has prohibited shooting - of does for many years. Since 1933, according to Siegler, hunting success in New Hampshire has steadily outdistanced Vermont. During 1947 to 1949, New Hampshire recorded an average of 1.1 legally-killed deer per square mile, while Vermont's average was less than 0.6. In contrast, the , illegal kill in Vermont has been almost three times as great. '., Game managers have pointed I W35 i MUilF cv I SIZES LIST TOUR COST 670 x 15.. 1 1.80. .8.93 710 x 15 .13.00 9.C6 ZB OFF LIST ON ALL SIZES. Each. AMMdDIC TIRE & DATTERY GO. N.W. 7th AVE. AT 27tk ST. PH. 1 2-724 QMMl Horse Race Results FOR MONDAY. NOVEMBER S' REFRItERATONS AHTSMRTie IRORERS AUTOMATIC BISN WASHERS TREEIERS IIE6TRIR RAH8ES ILECTRII SIRKS AUTOMATIC WASHIHI MACNIREt ISPISALS AUTOMATIC CLOTHES IRTERS ROT WATER HEATERS North-South Open Qualifying Starts PINEHTJRST, N." C. Nov. 6 (A1) While defending champion Sam -Snead and . 100 or more other players on the invited list marked time today, some 120 less fortunate rollers battled it out for 20 remaining places in txie 97,000 JNortn and south Open tournament beginning tomorrow. The low 20 in today's nualifv- ing round over the 7,007 yard No. 2 championship course of the Pinehurst Country club will ioin those alreadv- in th fnlH for the beginning of hostilities tomorrow. Eighteen hole rounds will also be played on Thursday, Friday and Sunday, with Saturday left open to avoid bucking we college football competition. Snead as usual, is the man. to beat. Sammy has run off with the last two stagings of the event. He has won it three times in all and has finished second or tied for second four times. His Dlav in the recent RvHr rhm matches here indicated that the White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., slugger is in top form as he seeks to become the first man to win the event three years in a row. . , . Counterpoint Out Of Butler, Special NEW YORK, Nov. 6 CSV- Counterpoint, hard-luck colt who has been plagued by foot injuries since he was a yearling, won't run in the $50,000 Butler Handicap at Jamaica ' Saturday and has been withdrawn from the Pimlico Special on Nov. 16. The horse suffered a slight separation of his left front hoof last Saturday winning the $50,- 000 -Empire City Handicap at Jamaica. With the victory over Hall of Fame, Counterpoint vir tually wrapped up the title of -norse oi the year." But Trainer Svl Veitrh said yesterday . that . Counterpoint wouia De snipped to Lexington, Kv.. for treatment and rst. Tf the hoof responds, Veitch said, counterpoint will be shipped to California for a crack at some of Santa Anita's rich purses. Wisconsin won the first West em Conference gridiron title in 1S96. The Umversitv of Chicaen captured the first baseball title hi I'i P 4 mm Yes, take Miami's for work and benefit these O Lower - ating O Smoother performance, O Lon&er TV or total income figure. Fresco . Thombson. Dodger vice-president, said the club fig ured every farm system graa cost the organization about $250, uuu. iney couni on iour 10 mass the grade in an average season. REBUILT ELECTIIC PCJTASU tUlRMTEEB TO IBR8EI THAI MIST SEW 1st LIIE TIRES. wmm fflraai mm i . MIAMI THItl CKEYR0LET CO. flS.W.IiatsSt. com Alia Mitt pS -1M $29l0;;-( . V Fhim j v1 I tihmt r ' far Free Nssts (Irstlsa I PH. 09-2722 j 172 1 H.W. 27th AVE, m 1 JT dh SB BBBSSSSSSI Bk, .Bw 1 i t"T B i i sia.21 u ixe. Squaw compiled a record of 14 victories in 23 starts. OTHER NOTABLES from last year that turned in smart moves embrace Prime Factor, Wire to Wire, Llewelen, Garo, Kansas Wrinkle, Handy Ray, Fancy Trinket and Southrock. .Schooling . will continue the rest of the week with the final trials scheduled Monday, Nov, 12. Two nights later Biscayne will launch the 1951 1952 grey hound racing sesason in' the Mi ami area. Segura Triumphs BEGOTA, Colombia, Nov. 6 CP) Pancho Segura, . Ecuadore-an now living in New -York, de feated Pancho Gonzales of California in a professional tennis exhibition, 6-3, 6-3, 6-1. They played on a wet court yesterday. - ' ' ' , . ' . Churchill Downs SELECTIONS JOE TANENBAUM 1 Tobo, Cleaned. See Ton 2 Uncle OU10, Banner Boy, Little Shrew 3 Whirl Dancer, Copestone. Boldness 4 WALMAC-Sl'.NINGDALE ENTRY, Oil Countess. Augustus-Nahm Entry 5 Daring King, Moon Miami, Plxle Pat e Ariiou, cotton Joe, Blue Missy 7 Urgent, Sandlot, Autan 8 Djymy, Vinita War, Sky Traia By the Associated Press ' 1 Mother Morris. Lucky Dog, Flying Rules 2 Uncle Otho, All Is On, Granny D. 3 Whirl Dancer, Gold Necklace, Freestyle Miss 4 Apache Squaw, Desert, Fancy Dancer a mood Miami, Pixie Pat, sandly 6 Amatif, Convicted, Whirl Awhil 7 Autan, Catsmeow, Sustlfght . 8 DJ1MY, Sky Train, Dusky First ' Jamaica First post 1PES. FIRST RACE Purse J3.500, ' claiming:, maidens, 2-year olds, 1 M6 miles. Brother Ghost 119 tRavhai in xCalico Cat 108 Gay Romancer 113 xBeknlghted 108 Ed The Great 115 Jack Linder 115 The Jan 113 Brldgeton - 113 Adaro 117 Pharos Dream. 113 Music Hoss 113 Four Jacks 113 Pipcon 110 Shipmaster 109 zPirate Jean 108 SECOND RACE Purse 13,500. claiming. 3-year olds and up. fillies aad mares, furlongs.. Tedlin 114 Mara Moo 317 Birafort 114 xHalcyara 108 xGrandorat 107 Scabreuae 113 Miss Baron 113 Sad Zae 110 xKeep Watch 112 xJamalca Ctrl 105 H?y Ridge 114 Miss Topic 114 THIRD RACE-Purse 83.500. claiming, maidens, 3-year olds. 1 1-1 miles. Gravel Throat 119 Air Service 117 Trim n child Wonder 113 xxCanton 112 Denny 113 Farm Bureau 113 Venturer 113 xReedy Creek 108 Denny 113 Sao Paulo 119 Venturer 113 xHlsh Back . 1i4am. - .tit Kings Tip 113 Wall St. George 119 Winter Circuit 119 FOURTH RACE Purse 53,500, claiming. 3-year olds and up, fillies and mares, C furlongs. xxEdnas Choice xNo Reward Joanna Boots xSlckle Sua Glare 119 sWhlskey Sour 112 11 xRay Star 108 113 Besita 117 108 Mid Reward 110 113 Under The Rug 113 111 Bosmond FIFTH RACKPiin Si nnn .IIa-.k.. 2-year olds, fUlies. furlongs. - Mae West 115 Dusty Darlla 115 Museldae 113 Knot Hole 108 tailors iellto m Hadassah 111 xMartha P. 114 Gallles Pride 115 Calories 115 . siytu ttirr r-m.i.. ..-i , added, f lilies aad mares. 3-year old and up, 4. n, juues. miss Meggy 103 Sunshine Nell 100 gai 111 Renew 112 Leading Horn 108 Valadium 108 Busanda n Bed O'Rosea 127 Nothlrdchance 112 Marts ' US SEVENTH RIPS i mm wavw nimh 4VW ances. 3-year olds, furlongs. Easy Whirl 117 Who Dlnl 114 5epIeJ - ,1T K Knight 113 Gsy Csvalier lit Xorltza 113 Summer Cruis 114 Self Assurance - 114 ree All 113 Liberty Rib I2n sanctuary 113 Betty Lamar 114 EIGHTH RACE Purse 53,500, claiming. uii up, x mues a-Frangine 117 Colonel MIkO . 115 113 xTumbler 112 ftelghslgn a-Schroon 126 wagram 115 111 Kanza 120 Major Factor First Whirl Trumpet King 120 Barrage 120 11T Vtnfta Xd 115 no secnav 120 a-Jacobs and Slerber entry. -, u-i jos aau . SELECTIONS JOE TANENB ATTMT 1 Shipmaster, Ed The Grout, Beknlghted wwi, naicyara, noity Klaga d oav x-auiv, viuia inronaer. Trim jesiia. aicsie fcue, Joanns Boots Mao West, Knot Hole, Dusty Darlla RUSANDA. Bed O'Rosea. Marta 7 Sel Assurance. Libertv Rab. Who Dint 8 Colonel Mike, Jacobs-Bieber Entry, Bar rage. By ta Assoelatedl Press 1 Ed The Great. The Jap. Brother Ghost z miss saron, Houy wage. Keep watch. w rai uh canton. Trim. 4 Joanns Boots, Under The Rug, No Re ward. 5 Dusty Darlln, Calories. Maa West. 8 Nothlrdchance, Bed O'Roses, Marta. 7 wno Dim, Betty Lamar, sanctuary. S Frangine. Relghslgn, First Whirl. Cage Go Set JACKSONVILLE. Nov. 6 UP) Clemson will round out the field for the first annual Gator Bowl Basketball tournament here Dec. 27. Other teams in the round-robin event are Flor ida, Florida State and Georgia. Sat Pagt l-t Ftr eamiltta Details Pittsburgh's Brand New WALLHIDE SATIN FINISH Itsl Ribherlie. Wall falat Tea Cmm Bay! B. F. WEAVER HARDWARE 2117 N.W. 2b At. HILL Pd. FoL AvL lLr7j rw mm mm i mm lis v aaasF CALL TJS FOR FINEST HEP JUS SERVICE BY EXPERT MECHANICS. 70-7200 thus out that despite efficient enforcement and the best intentions of sportsmen, a buck law doesn't guarantee that no females will be killed. Many females are accidentally shot by hunters who don't take time to see whether or not the animal' is carrying antlers. Most of these illegally-killed does are left in the woods to spoil, and that, conservationists point out, is waste. Incidentally, venison tastes just as good from a female. SO SPPORTSMEN are beginning to lose their mistaken sense of deer chivalry and the game administrators are breathing easier. Wisconsin, where the bat tle of the buck law was fought long .and bitterly, now has an "any-deer" season. Missouri is an ' example of a state that is seeing the light early. - When the Showme State's non- political : Conservation .. Commis sion took over in 1937, It inherit ed a depleted herd of fewer than 3,000 whitetails in the Ozark range which experts said should support at least 200,000. With limited open seasons since 1944 the herd has steadily increased. Although still far below maxi mum carrying-capacity of the range, Missouri deer will be hunted for three days this fall in 32 counties, and in 15 of these counties the hunters may take deer of either sex! "DAMAGE TO DEER range or agricultural crops is not our primary reason for an any-deer regulation, although damage is occurring in some localities," ex plained Director I. T. Bode of the Missouri commission. "The Com mission is merely adjusting reg ulations to management needs, for once a herd is well estab lished, the kill should increase and should take a balanced har vest of both sexes and all ages. This is the only way we can hold waste to a minimum and keep the herd in the healthy, vigorous condition necessary to produce a maximum lawn crop eacn spring." "The buck law is desirable when a herd is small, but only because it permits greater increase from a limited number of breeding animals. It is wasteful and. if continued too long, bio logically unsound.' ' . ' .' Churchill Downs FIRST RACE tt furlongs. Ace Caotain (Cralc) 13.40 8.20 4.60 Mr. Feathers (Heckmann) 75.00 39.60 Mis C Sue (Breckons) ' - - 4.20 Time 1:22. Mary B. T. Baaie-s tnancev Grecian Star, Pennwoven, . Marie Kaye, Spare Time, Brown Rambler, Sir . Lionel, Woodford Rose also ran. Ef!nvT "RACE. furlongs - Signal Code (Knapp) . 6.60 . 3.60 3.60 Nosay (Roser) 5.60 5.20 Hoosler ReUc (Baird) 440 Time 113. nest scout, aiveiya u. xza Forty, Alphara also ran. , THIRD RACE 8 furlongs fe,u-A-Peu (Barrow) 8.20 3.40 2.80 Lot-A-Brass (Knapp 4.uu x.ou Our Challenge (Burns) 4.60 Time: 1:13. Sir Sidney, Free For Me, Gold Fighter, Shag Tails, June Kay also ran. FQtrRTH RACE, tw, furlonss The Gink (Breckons) 5.80 3.20 3.80 Adelantado (Burns) 3.00 2.80 rrv Run (Baird 6.00 Time 1:20. a Queue, Lasting War, a Flicker Light. Sonny M.. eoaoioix aise ran. a Brady and Wells entry. FIFTH RACE 6 furlongs Cullerton (Heckmann) 8.C0 3.80 3.80 Gee O Gee (Baird) 3.40 2.80 Rlgamarole (Craig 5.60 Time: 1:14 3-5. Swell Dish. Fine Fiddle, Alhampered, Honey-Kist, Bold Sab, Jug Band also ran. SIXTH RACE 1 1-18 miles Vlnlna (West) 14.20 8 60 6 60 Cardinal Lady (Breckons) , 19.80 8.40 Market Out (BurnsV 3.00 Time: 1:49 3-5. My Accident, M. Cork, Bold King, Scotch Bim, War Stim also ran. - - SEVENTH RACE 1 1-16 miles Noble Idea (Popara) 8.40 5.20 3.40 Wee Fours (Brsckoni) 3.60 2.40 Bold Arrow (Roser) 6.00 Time: 1:50. Whit Boots, Lady Bettis, Uoflare. Finl Wise, Spinster, Francle J- Miss Sway, Steel Shot and Impressment also ran. , . EIGHTH RACE 1U miles Mary Grace (Berckons) 11.20 4.20 3.80 Oatka (Bums) 7.00 6.60 Glorvs Chance (Collins) 13.80 Time 1:56 4-5. Resort, Holly Mae, Check Us. Desert Raid. Our Equity. Bosox Jr., Copper Pot, Goldea Fleet and Air Poise also ran. Miamians Leading Florida A. & M. Much of the success now be ing enjoyed by the Florida A. and M. Rattlers this gridiron season can be traced back to the football efforts of 14 players from the Miami area. Heading the list is Jim Moore, former , Booker T. Washington high school athlete and a resident of Coconut Grove. Moore has registered no less than sev en touchdowns in six games played thus far during the 1951 campaign. . THE A. AND M. gridders, due in Miami T)n 1 for the Orancre Blossom Classic at the Orange Bowl, nave won lour, uea one anil rirnnnpfi nne. ine lone set back came at the hands of Mor ris Brown of-Atlanta, the only major XJegro college team sun listed with the nations unaeieat- eed college elevens. The other Miami area prod ucts on the Rattler squad includes r Back Elvin Dean. Bill Gaitor, Jasper Saunders (Per- rine), unaries iieroui, lorn Paulk. Rudv Rolle. Jim Sands. Lemroy Saunders, Al Hepburn and Linemen uieveiana rauix, Bill Kenchon, Leroy Levan, Lon- nie Coleman and John M. sanas. Jacksonville Bout JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 6 (UP) Local lightheavyweight Bill Brown will meet New York middleweight 'Jimmy Cerello in a 10-rounder at the arena, Nov. 13. Brown has fought two world champions, Ray Robinson and Randy Turpin. Pimlico First Post 1:15 PES ' FIRST RACE-Purse $2,000, claiming-. 4- year oias ana tip. X l-ie miles Nlckie C 11 axQulckset 109 114 109 111 122 116 Sassy Chick Nickleby xWsr Sword Hi Bob Terry's Cane-Cold Spy xHavey B 11 Rich Relie 119 xxSklpper W. Ill xBartlgon 119 Glacial Run 11 Elbow Room 116 xRiar Black 111 Reigh Jane 111 113 SECOND RACK-Purse 12.500. claimlns. 3-year olds. furlonss occupy Miss 105 King Watch Ala-Toka. ' 105 Strike xOoldie's Choice 100 Giachlno Plney Run - 101 Nassoon Paraldehyde 108 Miss COD xTimber Topper 103 Sir Cross xMagi . 103 Boned Up Nina Rose 105 108 111 108 308 105 108 105 THIRD RACE-Purse 13,000, maidens, 2- year oias, l 1-15 mues Baby Buony 114 Forrender 117 317 117 Norwhirl 117 Classy Chanc Orange Moon surprising Gypsum xJoe Ray Jr. xxStar Ruby 117 Kensington Ted Til Mr. Keep 112 We B Gia 107 x Big Pa llTBig Bad Wolf 117 114 112 117 sizze Thru FOURTH RACE-Purse 53.600. claiming, 4-year olds and up, fillies and mares, 11 miles xPendant Blue Tail Fly Gro-up 112 High Nots 108 111 Miss Carolina 108 108 United Nation 111 109 xxWohneda 107 x Saturday FIFTH RACE-Manly Steeplechase Raa- aicap., 910,000 aaaea, -year ows ana up, 2V, miles Philblsnt 143 Palais 140 a-Hampton Rds 143 Navy Gun ' 145 a-Banner Waves wt b-Tourlst List 134 Titles II 147 b-Elyacin 132 a-Montpelier and Woolfa entry: b-Watkins anrt Roberts entry - sixth BAC-purse I3.WO. claiming. 3- year oias ana up, turiong Folly's Delay 11 Trlmship 113 xRose Poll Isotope xDogs Up Torch of Iran Busy Pat xNarrator Rediseo 108 Rare Mineral ' . 119 lis Fluid Drive 113 . 108 Ann's Step 113 118 Jolly Stsr 113 11 Mistambo .113 108 Petronel 110 123 Barquette 113 SEVENTH RACE-Purs 95.000, allow ances, 3-year, olds and up, 1 1-lf miles Be Gracious 113 Pink Larkspur 110 -Arthur Pilat Dooly Go Between xChsrlestoa Mahoon 119 Unslnatus 110 122 Rose Beans 113 110 xMy Nell 108 105 a-Laran 113 IK Big Dial. 110 Break of Day no a-Wilson and Kieodemus entry EIGHTH RACE-Purse 33.500. claiming. 2-year olds, furlongs xxHigit Ronda iot Finoccnio .113 Gold Leaf 113 Unattached 112 Manothehour 118 Fancy Gent 113 Druid's Lyrics 111 xSoft Pedsl 109 a-Lady Advocate 111 zStar Delight 118 xxNo Profit 104 Hill Street 117 xNight Agaia 108 xxArehltect 108 Rail Creek 119 a-Monecoaa 107 a-Goldnamer and Moore entry -3, x-6, xx-T lbs. AAC . SELECTIONS JOE TAHENBAUM ' 1 Quickset, Ssssy Chick. Elbow Room 2 Miss COD. Strike, Occupy Miss S Gypsum, Norwhirl, Star Ruby 4 Saturday. Miss Carolina, United Nation 5 Titien 2nd, Montpeller-wouo ntry, rat- blant. a roiXVS SELAT, Rare Mineral, Iso tope 7 Wileon-Nicodemu Entry, Roso Beam, Dooly 8 Star Delight. Manofthehour. Plnocchio Mr the Associated Press 2 Strike, Peraldahyde. Boned Up 3 Baby Bunny, Orange Moon, We B Gin 4 United Nation. Wohneda, Blue Tail Fly S PnilDiant, Titien u, ravy uuu Trlmship. Polly's Delay. Busy Pat ,m..l.riA. U.hMii Arthtll- Pilate 8 PTAR DELIGHT, Lady AdTOcate, Dru id a lyrics r; ... Churchill Downs rn.f FIRST RACE Purse Sl.800, claiming, t- year olds and up, furlongs. Lucky Dog 115 Cleaned . 1" Smart Eve Howdy U All Flying Rules Mother Morris Rtehwood Boy Bilronette Tobo See Too 109 Bulnes 111 105 It and Wheel 105 113 xLittle Leila - 100 10S xPro Tanto 107 113 Hoosler Son 103 109 Commitment - 109 113 Break Thru 112 108 Shaus Pet " 108 112 Bar Road 112 Donquest SECOND ltACE Purse 91.800, claiming, 3 year olds and up. e luaiongs, Granny D. 112 Don Bob 112 112 Banner Boy 108 Uncle Otho All Is On xHigh Flsvor Little Shrew Jeb Blabber Mouth Top Valley Chala 112 Thundertowa -. 108 no Alice P. 109 112 x Bo-Co 113 108 Cids Baby 105 112 Tres Jolie 109 nsvsidina Decoy us 105Hoops 112 112 Our Freedom 112 Pilot Maa THIRD RACE Purse 11,800. maidens. s vr ii1i)t. a furlonss. .UIIUII NHKimU.. IIS X TV 111 1 1 M-M Ilt-Cl i'J Conestone 118 a-Reoeemea lis Freestyle Miss xWar San Beauty Hamper 115 xGrsy Fog 110 113 We're Broke 115 115 Boldness 115 XRayciare 110 . Jinuh, Jk Welle entrv. FOURTH RACE-Purse J2.000, maidens, niiica. 9 vear olds a furlonss. xMaryMalJim 111 Zeveills IK a-Althla ' 11S e-Fancv. Dancer 11 Miss Sedate 118 Desert 11 Rosio N'me 118 Honey 118 Ronava - 118 xOll Countess 111 More Cheers 11C Gallant Stairs 11 b-K. Avenue " 118 e-Apsche Squaw 118 z-B-Iklsla 111 a-Sunny Miss lis a-Augustus tc Kahm entry. K-Vahla St Brent entry. c Halmac farm and Sunicgdale farm "f'TH RACE Purse 11,800. claiming, 3 vear olds, one mile. Gramps Four 109 xPiekens 107 Moon Miami 111 Sand Fly 115 xGrand Juror 104 Sunny Deuce 112 Celere 108 L Amotme 108 Keno 111 Grand Error 113 Staller 109 Ocean Comet 112 Drought - 111 xArnon 104 Daring King 112 Glorat 112 xNay Daddy 104 Kisses Heart 109 Plxis Pat 113 Jack Spratt 114 SIXTH RACE Purse Sl.800, claiming, 3 year olds aad up, furlongs. Penniless 111 Whirl Awhile 114 skv Ranrer 114 xComblne 112 Convicted 117 Cotton Joe .114 Airlou 114 Raidieat 114 Play Eda 114 Shifty Dora 107 Lock Out 110 Cock Feather 114 xTerrv Mine 109 Raven Reward HI vAmatif 105 Bird Brain 111 Leadlnc Maa 117 Little Baboo 114 Blue Missv 114 My Sister 111 SEVENTH RACE Purse 13.000, claiming, 3 year olds and up, 1 H mile. Autan . 118 xSandlot 113 Catsmeow .119 Dustllght 122 zUrgent 110 Mesabi 113 EIGHTH RACE Purse 3.800. claiming. 3 year olds upward. 1 l-i mues. O Me 113 Jay 114 113 Jonagc 111 105 Vinita War 114 114 lacerates 114 111 Djymy 118 118 Hi-Etta 111 118 Helentowa 111 109 Vinita Toney 114 114 Fourth Floor 114 118 War Duty 118 xBean Gab xTwo Bees Proud Jack Iona U Sky Train Duskys First xMudt Pleasure Superwolf Execution x S lbs. AAC. .- - S. iea .BSBv-eaanw. a mm oil ral mm mm Jamaica TIMT furlonrs Sodale Hettinger . 10.30 5.20 S.CO Jultls fScurlocIo 11.40 6.80 See Bed CuUhw 4.10 Tim 1:14. Copper River, Fighting Lark, La Fortuna, Gambling Meg. Beit Friend, Metaera, Heaven Sent. Brown Hazel, f-Orl- tanl. f-Ross forever, f-Scotca Rocks alio an. . f Field. ..' , ...... SECOND HACE, S furlong '-""'"- College Queen (Cuts haw) .SO 5.00 3.10 Debdeb Atkinson) 8.00 4.10 fcls Marshall (Shoemaker 2.80 Time 1:12 3-5. a-Plgeon Pride. Revenger. Sub Diver, Classic Night, Hearty Laugh, The Raven, a-Ken Dttve, Printer Gold, Jamaica, - Boy, F-Le Figaro, F-Free line also raa a-Myhelya stable and Kornblum entry. Dally Double Sodale and Collet Queen ald 02980. tmik n Pirr a furlonra. V.viiii Mountain JErrico 21.70 10.30 5.70 Pennant Day Shoemaker) 7.20 5.20 N'Ht Wnorthnuac I 4.10 Time 1:11 4-5. a-Seventy Seven, Judy's Runner. Kings Daisy, a-sanay Aian, jerry M., Clytle, .Brandy runcn aiso ran. . Avalanche Acres and Bentley entry. VOTTHTM RACE. S furlonca Deep River (Stuart) 11.80 4.50 3.80 Preas Cutsbaw) . 3.60 2.50 Battle Fury Arcaro) 2.60 Tims 113. Privilege. Theologian, Devil Spy. Cavalry. Charge, Nimble Fox Also i a a. ... fifth RACE furlongs Tripoli (Atkinson) 6.40 3.M 3.80 Vigorous Arcaro 2.40 2.30 All Is Well (Hettinger) S.70 Time: 1:11. Renown. Dashing By, Tea' Beck, Flash. On The Mark also ran. SIXTH RACE 1 1-18 miles Ted M. (Arcaro) , 8.30 4.40 3.40 Lambent (MeCreary) 4.10 3.50 Royal Governor (Guerin) 2.30 Time: 1:32H. Royal Castle. Sir Butch. Prep, Bit O'Fate. and dq-AU At Once alio isn. do. Finished Firsthand vas disqualified. SEVENTH RACE 1 1-18. miles Broada ward (Shoemaker) - 8.80.4.60 3.80- Linkythora (Corolla) 4.20 3.40 Frivolity (Cutsbaw) - 4.50 Time: 1:48. Aprlsa, Sliver Age, Eloquence, Lilbon, Fighting Fair. Rodney JC, Janie s Beau, die .steams euso ran. EIGHTH RACE 1 1-18 miles Nawibnik Arcaro I 2.30 4.5) 3.80 Kader (Shoemaker) ... 5.40 '2.90 Gleek (German l 2.40 Time: 1:47. Bashaw, Hello Dream, Monte Limar. Garibaldi, a-Jacoraarty, Scotch Jewel and a-sayiiare ano ran. Brown and Demlng entry. Pimlico vms-r srar'S! i 9.1s miie Meringue (Lane) 8.40 S.80 2.80 Glue (Caftarella) . 99.20 46.20 Fiery (Dtmauro) 3.40 Tim 2:41 4-5. On Guard, BelUsan. Sua f IIIV, , .Dill,., J w .. , vw.w.v.. True Dream. Dr. Wright, Smarly-Axty also Tiny Admiral (Champagne) 17.60 T.30 5.00 TJatan Firrr rBlermasnt 4.20 3.60 Tor Mel (Baner) 10.20 Tims 1:13 4-0. Let Out. Torchator. Blunt Remark. Joliy Pet, Senator Dil. Pooch. Little Sinner. Transwrack, and Johnitows Girl also ran. . Dally Den Me- Meringue and Tiny Ad antral paa 41t.su. v ' w.m. vr.nrtk in.4A d. 20 4.00 Stan's Helen (Shuk) 8 00 4.80 Nnbia soartaa (Blerman) 2.80 Tim 1:14 2-5. Trick O'Mine, Hilka. Lorraine Able Sine, Beach. Admiral. Kamadaa. Nipping, Silk Quest also ran. ..Mtt e1S Vn1ic Irish Game tChurch) 7.40 5 80 4.00 GhoprtCook; 12.60 7S0 'r'lTrw'Hypernlc, Neddie'. Boy. jcimo s t-noit" urei , Wb,. miss Van. Dorothy s Miss. Foul n un, tsim m 1 " Ilsila name. liciin. "l , Kingfish, Sent Back, Boston Gray, ShUly ShaJly also raa. ( 1 j j msmmirk SS.SA 13.20 4.20 Rin Dare (Champagne) 4.00 3.00 Our Cookio Berman) ' . . -. vr Sniinlnff also ran. Time 1:4 3-3. Ocean Breeae Louchy. Our TOtrn, Angry irmugnu, ov mimv SEVINTH RACK 1 1-16 miles Mully S. (Shuk) 2-60 3.60 3 In A Spin (Cook) 4.40 2.60 Benbow (Nash) ,r - Tims: 1:45 2-5, Rare Knave, VMse Mike also ran. " EIGHTH RACE m miles King Chatter tDiMaruo) 19.80 8 60 6 00 Count Victor (Cook) 5.40 3.40 Tacaro (Shuk) 6.06 Time: 1:45 1-5. Fifty-Five, Trout Lure. Tarport Kid. Caramba. , Happy Victor and Sir Ridgewell also ran. BASKETBALL KB A BASKETBALL YsterdaLy'B Rssalta Baltimore 86, FhUadelphla 80. 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