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PEMSACOILA . FLE RS START SPRING TRAINING TODA 1947 a-. .. 4ACIUOM .......... ...... ...... Minww 7 PCMSACOLA SCUBA ADSDEtt U5 A) antra .."" y...j VdrsIiam ahH Heafner End in Tie Willi 2fi t in Uax If To ii rn ey SGnofors Beat' Brownias, 10-9 Stanley Hits Hard -As C rookf yn Wins v" CnXaX--l1V-In a rre hitting xhlbttion basvbsll un in vbtcta lh. I..H rhanrarl hanria nftam thai W'Ahlnfton jbctiAtors dcietl the 6t. Ijoux Browns 10 to 9 0undy. tn penes put Wiuriii&fton back . In ths t am In Uje scnUi Inn Ins 1ta thre run comer tnAt tied tvt acots st i-sll. f I t. Louis (A) 000 651 Mix- t il 0 Wi'hlnfton (A) 140 000 X2x 10 IS S L.wre, Iott (4), Canford 7) snd lloa: - Wrtin. Wrrrom (4) Maav trson' T tnd MAneuso.,,, . -: wr' " - ITAJflCT If " ETA 'V r 4 BjtXXOA, Csnal Zoniv (XV-5d-tia LUnky, rhos i!r.jl brought la 1.14 tytng run In tht ninth lnnlnf, dror in ths wlnnlnf-run with a tripl In th 11th, irnms as thi rrooklyn Dodrirs defeated tha Canal Zoom All-Btart, 4-3, 9undA7 before a erowd of 3.500. Clrby Klba. first Dodfer pltchar t go stx-tnnlnr, Cti vra thraa hits, all of them In tha fifth. J Toosjyn (K) .000 01003 01 410 0 , Curia! Zona . . 000 P. "0 010 00 S T Hitba, - liombardt Winner and Kowall: Pajrnick. Nspoles and Ckn-aaiaa, Curoan, v - ;,. v i TRTFU! STEAI kC " - "-' . TAXTPA UV-Th Boston Red tV pulled off a tnpla steal for one Tuuuni runs budoit aa , they downed tha Cincinnati Reds. 4. In aa axhloltlon gam bafora , . lana.- , h .-, r- Th throa-wmy theft ooeurrad In thaalihth with tha aeor tied at 4-a3. with the bases loaded and ; ito out. ?eta J-aydsn.' rookie outsider, broke for home aa Pitcher l.Arry Ourabert went Into his lata wlndyn. Tha pitch was high and aa runners on first and second ad-' Taneed. - Boston (A 800 090 031-44 1, 0 Cincinnati (N) 012 100 0004 IS 0 TvttIm. Johnson (S) and Wagner; Bliekwell, Oumbert (6). . Sohulta (g) and Lam anno, Mueller, , , Cardinals Wallop Phillies, 8 to":? .. " T. TXTtRSBXjna CD The world's champion Cardinals continued their conquest of tha Orapa-, fruit league Sunday, taking their fourth straight gama at tha expense . of tha PhUadelphla Philllas, to i . They , previouAly had won ' thraa gsmea against American league 00 poalUon. . . .. , . r -.,-.'. .. The Cards" nino hits ware mora effective than tha Phils' tan. Btaa M U s 1 a 1 hit aa lnside-the-park homer and dnne- la . another run v with a fly.-. - -rhUadalshla (K OISOU 001 4 10 0 - - St. Louis 1N . . .400 031 00 A . 3 (Donnelly. Row (4), Leonard (T) ' and Seminkk: ileara, Studener (I), Qriffora tl) and GaragoUA, WUbar. TONHGIHIT IS MOBILE NIGHT! At The Dog Track OaTfN fltKOIafS taTTflltd In dc loth gfm turt fa ClV4 mm pUnty of tFtrU&I. J tut I O 0 h tvHat I Hmvm In frftt O f 8M WaKbMgtfaxy. Surm hep I am tkt . 1 I - at I M . I I 1 fy v Tens In f CrcytiotxRd Htws ans2 Gsltctions Daily wcoa aTtfiV PJQ, W7JSI1 SOUTHEASTERN LEAGUE AT TlKgBUa AT JACKSOM Bsnnnnr ;M 20-32X iJair d A. 24-31 a Aav.'lk 17 K 1 4 Jon 11-13 ;Juif 4A 43 4 Bawt. 1 MNATOB Apr.'Jt 33 1 Jut la l Wis H i7 Mar S 17 JM S"x 3 JM Jl JtM AM. 27 34 in. 1 to 11 In. II 2 n iter M 37 jvm u n m 22 U U" 1 It 3x 10 it 31 Vj 3123 Jana USE AC 37 M Ave. Ua. Jai t An. I I t Act. 10s 'Iff Til 31 S3 7 4 4 7 Mr ii i HI Jar 3-3 1UF Ji Act. jir at n at. I 1M HiTTI JA4 f M 11 MAT JM txi 4 11 13a 33 34 33 Julr J ir Ji 37 3S Mas 1 II HIT If 7 la II 11 34 27 33 Jim 4 U 13 its Mr U 14 M JM J!7 , By WTIXIAM COBCS, Jr. JACKSONVILLE. FlSP-Lw W or sham of Washington. D. C, ctni from behind with a sub par 11 and a spectacular finish to tie Clayton Heafaer of Charlotte, N. C for first place in the $10,000 Jacksonville Open golf tournament. Each had 211 for tha regular 72-hole route and will meet In an 18-bole playoff sdonday for the winner's 92,000 share. Jim MUward. MadLson. Wis, trailed the two leaders with 283 for third place money. Prank bin. null an. Toledo. amateur, was next with 23. followed by Herman Ket-ser, Akron. O, and Ed Purgol, Detroit, Mica., with 284 s. Tha 27-year -old Woriham. a Navy veteran, blrdled three of tha last four holes on Sundsy'a final is and kicked away a chance to win sole possession of first place. Worsham acetdenuily movd his ball on the- 18th and called a penalty stroke on himself. Tha extra stroke sent him one over regulation figures on trie par four hole and Into tha tie with Heafner. Heafner, the leader at -tha end of 14 boles, had a 74 Sunday, two strokes over par 72 on the 6, 508-yard Hyde Park course. Ben Hogan of Herahey, Pa, the pre-tournament favorite who blew his chances Saturday by taking 11 strokes on tha par three sixth hole, fired a final round 68 to finish in tha money with 290. . Many of Heafner's drives were off Una Sunday. On tha 455-yard, par ninth hole, he sliced his braasie second shot and the ball Wound up In the rough. On tha next shot, a No. Iron, tha ball bounced across tha green and into a shallow trap. Tha big. sandy-haired Carolinian then took hi putter and rolled it out. but it Just made the dga of tha green. Ha was down In two for one-over-par . Heafner oldnt have the consistency Sunday that enabled him to card a two-under-par . 70 In the pouring ram Saturday. On several occasions h had chances to pick up tha extra stroke that would have won him tha 12.000 first prize, but the required touch Just wasn't there, t , - Played Airtight - Worsham. la contrast, played airtight golf during the last four holes. On tha par four 17th hole, his second shot wes six feet from the eup and - a birdie apparently meant a win or at toaat a tie. After studying tha putting Una for a minute, ha calmly tapped it. . Tha ball hung on tha cup'i lip for a second and then plopped in. Worsham 'a penalty stroke came as ha was preparing to make his pnd shot on tha 18th fairway. While brushing: away moss and leaves, he accidentally touched the ball and it moved a fraction of an Inch. He immediately called tha penIty on himself, then laid the next hot on the green. A long putt stopped several feet away from the cvm eni he sank tha next one for a 381 snd -a tie. CAGI FINALS TTJFSDAT PLORALA. Ala.- tSpeeial -Finals of the Walton county has-ketbell tournament win be played Tuesday at 7 pjn. Semi-finals are scheduled for 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Roman farmers gave much - attention to the hraeding of animal for gpeda) purposes, , MOBILE ELIMINATION GOES IN THE TENTH ENTRIES Situ art Pail jLuggcr Clorul Ho ruber First ImM Xam Harris Cross Up Stxzs Buss Andy Lad DIG STAKE RACE PensAtcola ws. Mobile WEDNESDAY NIGHT BUS SERVICE BrSCS D1RXCT TO TWC TRACK AND RETURN Leaves Tsrminal. N'orU Palafes at aad 7 bjtj. Pensacola Kennel Club ; NO KZXORS ALLOWED BY STATS LAW AT rtMSACOCA Apr. M m 3 Mar : a iu. i ie ii J-n 1 17 AT IRtDIAN iar Jan AM. Atta. USM 34 SO K. 2x 31 Aas 29 S3 Apr. II id 31 iw. a h a Mar J'JM Ja:r A-3B Jas la If ., Slay It 20 ju.- i a a , A. 23 13 i Juc 34 33 Ace. 14 23 M Apr. li'll if 1 I Jvbx 33 33 Jj 4 4 Aaa 31 . l Jwao J air Act Ag,:-jf u un Jsei iO 31 JsiiT Cx u. n 3 bill Mat J.f. AO rucas MAT 4 Jest 7 aa Jul 10 11 Mar Job Jvtr Jul m 4 3 13 13S 33 34 33 Jti'r 24 ITS 24 Mar 7 3 3 Mar Jena JaSr Jn.'y T 1 7 ii ; 14 11 21 3TS 33 Jim 4 3 Jalr 13 13S JV.r 33 34 33 alar 10 III Mar 21 22 11 3X.1 21 23 Act. 3 I !Ox Mar Jus Ju.r if ila 3 3 7 3 4 3 17 Mar 24 3a Juna 3 3 Ju:r 7 4 4 aa 3 4 7 i-' f ttth 31 12 S3 31 33 4 4 10 Mar Ja.r Am. George Reeves Wins Big Race Local Driver Runs Second in Feature Oeorge Reeves, Greenfield. Ind.. auto race driver, jumped out in first place at the start and stayed there to win the feature 20-lap event of Sunday's midget auto racing program at Pcnsacola motor speedway. Reeves, however. , was given a hard fight by Fred Moore of Pen-sacola, and Jimmy Reed and Rich Ec hut tier of Indianapolis. Moore gunned his No. 6 Into second place, followed closely by Reed in the N-4 and then Schuttler. The winner's time wss 6:41.83. Len Curry of St. Paul was fifth and Don Meyer, starting last in bis Black Deuce, forged to sixth place, with Bob Baker. Ashtabula. O, seventh. Lou Oauthlrr ninth and Rich Kerr. New York, tenth. Meyer had the best qualifying time. 19.86. but ha quatified late and therefore did not get the pole position. Reed Spins Out Spins involving Oauthier and Reed fouled up the Australian pursuit race and although Moore finished first, there was so much argument that the prize money was held up and added to the pot for the main event. Reed won the consolation race in 3:25.72 but Oauthier was a good second. Reeves passed Curry late In the third heat to win a thriller in 2:48.44, with Curry second and Kerr third. The first heat was won by Schuttler with Moore second, while Gonzales copped tha second heat in 2:45 J a with Baker a close second. Bicycle races were staged between th midget ear events and - Richard Bcberflius of Cantonment won the one-Ian final in 1:58.18 with Ross B. Phillips. Jr- right behind him. It was announced Jimmy Lynch and his thrill show will be at the speedway April 29, tha date having been moved up from May 2. The Fleet Reserve win sponsor next Sunday's midget racing program. Ruffing Hurls For Whito Sox SAN DIEOO, Calif (JF) Big Chsrley Ruffing, who was cast aside by the New York Yankees, hurled runless ball for four innings Sundsv to pace the Chicago White Sox to a 0-3 victory over tha New York Oianta. Tha veteran righthander gave up three hits. New York fN) .000 000 0032 7 0 Chicago (A) ..100 004 22x 9 11 SO Kennedy. Volselle 6. Carpenter 8 and Lomoardi, Fladd (6; Ruffing, Lea (5) and Tresh. PAFKO HOMERS LOS ANGELES, Calif CPV Bob Feller was rapped for five runs and eluht hits, including a three-run homer by Andv Pafko, Sunday a the Chicago Cubs handed the Cleveland Indians sn 8-1 exhibition less before an overflow throng of 33.550 fans. f - Hank Borowv's string of seoreJsss innings was snapped at 11 in tha second frame. Chlearo (N . . . .302 000 0SO 8 12 1 Cleveland A . . .010 OOffOOO t 9 2 Borowv. Lee (St and MeCuHough; Feller. Beard en (6) and Andrews, Lopez (7). SCHEDULE AT AtLtfA AT MOwrooataV a m j 14 13s 1 3 13 171 II "ii ii Mar 31 la Jul 39 30 31 Aj 13 14 13 Jun JI sal. Mar 14 13 Jaca n 12 :j lM.7 It 1 11 Aaa. U 12 Mar Mir Jar Act May Jcrja aa. Auc 4 10 It 14 11 3a T4 U It u u II 13 30S 11 VJ . Mar 1 1' lima 10 lsx July IS 14 17 Aat. 3x 4 "n 13 31 Jtin 13 23 30 31 13 14 IS MJ Zh : 30 14 111 Aaa. 1 3 491 14 ITT it. Maj jic Ju.y 4g Ar Mar Jua Ant Aai 13-17 U 1-3 Juc 29 2a 4i 4 3 A'4 3t 31Z LAArS Apr. 1 II Si I x Juh 21 23 JalT ( ft nt 34 43T. 1 jApr. Jane Juc Aat. aiitu Apr. 2S i Apr. 22 23 SI Mar IS 27 J-jna 24 23 Aua. 34z 2 56 Juna II II July 13 3 Aaa 22 23 A.-. 23 23 34 Mar 24 37 . Jub 34 S3 Aua. 341 33 14 ,Atr. 33 2 27x Juna IB II Jsir 1 3 3 AU 13 Apr. JM Ju:r Aaa. Filipino and Newcomer Headline Mai Program at Arena Tonight Alvino Palomo, the Filipino mat sensation, will headline an aU-star wrestling program at the Legion arena Monday night which will Introduce a newcomer with a wide reputation as a ruffian. Palomo will take on Sailor Wat-kins In the main event feature which is scheduled for 90-minutes, two out of tbree falls to win. Pal-omo's ability has won him many friends here and to date he is Uie top favorite due to his undefeated record. The fast stepping Filipino was held to a 45-minute draw by Johnny Marco of California in his first appearance but later erased that with a 90-minute victory. Since that time he has been winning consistently and topped his local career .with a win over Walter Stratum here last Monday night. Watklns has vowed to end the youngster's win streak and fans are sure to ee plenty of fireworks when the strutting sailor takes on Palomo. Canny Meets Wesson Wild Bill Canny, of East St. Louis. Mo, will make his debut here Monday night in the semi-final event. The newcomer will take on Billy Hickson the former Tennessee football star. Hickson Is another popular grappler and boasts ot knowing mora holds than any other wrestler. Doors of the arena will open at 7:30 o'clock with the ftrit bout starting one hour later. Tickets are on sale at the San Carlos hotel cigar stand. 1 Tigers Rally To Trim Yanks LAKELAND (JP) A three run rally in the eighth inning enabled the Detroit Tigers to come from behind and score a 5-8 triumph over the New York Yankees Sunday, before 2,652 fans the largest crowd In the history of Lakeland baseball. Joe Page was the victim of the assault, which sent the Yankees down to their fifth consecutive defeat and made their exhibition season's record eight victories and ten losses. New York (A) ..002 100 0003 10 3 Detroit (A) ... 200 000 03 x 5 9 0 Johnson, Page 6 and Robinson, Niarhos (6); Trout. White (7), and Tebbetta. Swift (9). Old Golds are not sprayed with water from the Fountain of Youth. And smoking Old Golds won't give you an iron constitution. Nor fulfill any of those fancy cigarette claims you read-Bui1 if if 8 real deep-down smoking enjoyment you're after Old Golds will give you that with flavor to spare! Old Golds offer just one thing: the ultimate in rich, mellow smok 1947 Alt Star Mm. ( AT ttMOM IU.. 4i I AT AWHITOK -jSiaT I II JtI3 10 11 Ju.7 ia io 3oat JAM- si 13 13 13 IS 14 IT 3a 4 li 15 31 Jtt It 14 30 zi 13 14 li 33 2 M 14 lis 1 3 14 17a 14 Uar - i y juc : us Act. 1 2 Act, 14 Its 11 Har i; 1J Mar 31 Jus la Jm.T 2 30 31 Act 13 14 : May 14 IT lx 4 :o :i It 19 :0a 11 12 In 21 1 to 3 37 34 37 .una 11 11 JsiT 15 14 17 Mi 11 4 IS 17 jaaa 2x 30 Aiit. II ? 31 28 29 10 IS 17 2tx 30 II 24 31 Aa:. 1 20x 21 Mir 1 20 Jur.a 2 2- 21 a 27 Jl Air lJVU"l 1 J-.n 20-123 Ja:r 4-o 3 kit 19 Jlx PILOTS il ll U" 2 31 39 4(d) is 30 8ft. 1 Tigers Will Start Baseball Program The Pensacola high school Tiger baseball team will hold its first practice of the season this afternoon. Ernie Priest, head coacn. said Sunday. The Tigers. Priest said, will probably workout at Catalonia park. Some 70-odd lads are trying for the club with prospects pointing to a good season if suitable pitching can be found. Pen.sacola will book games with the high schools in Mobile and South Alabama and cluhs In Northwest Florida. Priest said, if talent measured up to standard, he hoped to compete lor state honors. The club has such veterans as Edgar Johnston, Wiley Bratcher, Olenn Oresham. ail infield era back from last year's team and including; Mack Wilson an outfielder. Dick Kraus, a pitcher, fen the '40 squad but not a letterman. Is also returning this spring. Practice sessions will start each afternoon at 3 o'clock. Groenborg Clouts Pair of Homors FORT LAUDERDALE (JP) Hammering Hank Oreenberg. cutting loos for the Pittsburgh Pirates for the first time, banged out two homers and a single while his new teammates were overwhelming the Boston Braves. 13-L Sunday. The exhibition game was halted by rain after the seventh Inning. Oreenbsrg's first four-bagger was made against Mort Cooper with one on in the first Inning. During the third he singled in two more tallies against that righfhand ace. Against Warren Spahn in the fifth, Oreenberg belted a low curve ball over the left-center fence. Pittsburgh (N) ..206 201 213 14 0 Boston (N) .....100 000 0 1 S3 Bahr. Bonham 4), Herring 7 and Kluttz. Jsrris (7): Cooper. Spahn 4. Wright (7) and CameUl. Padgett 16). (Game called end seventh, rain). The belief that some species of j snpke have poisoned horns on their i tails is fake. 1 ing satisfaction. With the world's most luxurious tobaccos. With nearly two hundred years of fine tobacco experience. With scrupulous care, and with quality guarded by every known scientific device. Interested in fAaf kind of smoke? Looking for top-quality tobaccos at their positive peak? Then light up an Old Gold, man and enjoy the happiest fact in cigarette history! Three Listed As Holdouts Ned Tryon Reported In Camp Sunday By WESLET CHALK N--JonrriaJ ajrts rditr G rover Resinger, Filers' new skipper, will launch his managerial career here Monday when he meets with hi Candida tes for the flrat time at Lcioti field at noon. Star Lawal rart Pensacola will share Legion field with the Fort Worth Cats and will have the park to themselves alter 2 p. m. each day. Resing-er said Sunday night he planned to tsue equipment and open the first day with some running and pepper practice. The next few days. Ras-inger said, would be devoted to getting into shape with the pitchers doing a lot of running. When Fort Worth breaks camp, on March 26, Reiner said the Cub would start practice each morning but until then would start work In the afternoon. Only 10 ot the 23 signed .players are In camp but the roster Is expected to be completed before the middle of the week. Ned Tryon. first baseman from Macon checked in Sunday along with Oeorge Sprys. outfielder, from VlckAburg. Others already in camp Include. Smokey Intindola. Pete Benak. Melvln Nee. Neb Wilson. Bob Comstock. Henry Oaney, Buck Weaver and Realnger. Several have been given extension of time to wind up business or arrange other matters. Among this group are Vernon Horn. Louis Mc-Lendon and John Rachunok, all pitchers; and Ted Mueller, first base. ' Expected today are Eugene Oo-forth. Don Groves, both pitchers. Bob Smith, outfielder. Joe Garlic, Max Gok!mith. Dan Radadkovltch. and Fred Tschudln, catchers; Ed Butka. first bane: Oeorge Sutch, shortstop; Lloyd McGulre and BUI Moran third base. Orady Bevel, catcher. Bob Fletcher, second base, Lloyd Heitman, shortstop, and Howard Bents, pitcher are listed as holdouts. T have Informed these men by letter unless they report on time aa designated they wLU be presumed by this office as wanting to be on the suspended list and I will 10 direct the league office," DaahleU said. Nat For Sale "I am not going to offer them In trade or put them on the block. All have been offered more than a fair salary in class B baseball. I attempted to sell Heitman and Fletcher to higher company but did not have a nibble and consider the matter closed. "We are going ahead with plan to replace these men so as to be ready for opening day. If they are not in camp Monday night all will be considered as retired,' Dahiell said. The men will be quartered at Ellyson field and will be transported to and from the Navy field to Legion field in the Flier's new bus. Commodores Start Grid Drill March 26 NASHVILLE. Tenn. UP Spring football practice at Vsnderbllt university will oegln on March 26. Head Coach H. R. (Red) Sanders said Sunday. "I am settins; no date limit on the spring work. he added. "I'm not aoinc to call it off until the players are in condition to plav a ! complete game. We have a tre- I mendous amount of work to do." The coach said he had lo.-t eight men from his starting te.wn including a complete backfield. 1 j PENSACOLA JOURNAL MoetcJay March 17, )W Fort Worth Trims Bob Tart And St. Paul Here Sunday ' Some timelv hitting and daring bae rannin? brought the Fort Worth Cats their first exhibition victory of trie .reason her Sunday afternoon at- the experts ol the St Paul Saints, Fort Worth won 10 lo 4 with the game being played before approximately 1 000 fans in weather mere suited to football than baseball. , Bob Tart, star lefthander of trie Pensacola Fliers in 14. was the ; starting pitcher for St. Paul. He ' got by the first two rnnlngs but his own wildness and an error bv Jim Masser. third barman oared i the wsy for three runs which cost j the Pensacola Kennel club s gr-vlctory and wiund up with the loss hound racing track and in the tenth being charged to him. j leawire race, eigni of the fastest ensetr I VTH For" RZ'vZtt VMI, 1 '-Soa miTth?P2 for Port Worth off of Cv Buker entries m th big event WednUy lnKnherrixth 1m VW none E hom fans wal pin thewhopea w-hile Eldon Fir her. lef tfielder for on are Wnceretv Yours. Rattle SiSn mw?tne ati11 .'boTf .f Seiy fo?th.WC.Uthlrd befpnSydgirr: the day for the Cat. Blonde Bomber and Silver Pal will Gets late Trwable ro to post for Mobile tonight Tart eot into trouble at the out-1 The followm ?ble shows the . L9 Thomas, first batter, number of start, win, seconds and scratched a Una la to short and, third for each do. Docs aire lUft-tnen stole second. Monty Baagall. i ed In order of post position, second base mi n and Irv Noren. i,4 eurts wiaa ssa irSa minv . win oaiaru. riuutps fu oui ana j. an wnuiea uanny Ozark. Moe Santomauro ended the frame by forcing; Base a 11 at third. Tart set the side down In trie second but rsn into trouble In the third. He walked Thomas and Bases!!. Noren bunted and was safe when Tart failed to get him at first. Phillips hit to third and Masser fumbled allowing one run to score, Ovark forced Bvflgall at home on a roller to the mound. Santomauro hit a blooper Into left field with Noren scoring. When Phillips at - tempted to score he was tossed out on a relay from Eric Tipton, to Mssser to John Dintonlo. Jack Maupin ended the frame by loft lng to Hal Younghans at short. Fort Worth picked up two more In the fourth, one in the fifth on a one-man-gang set given by Benny Moore, former Meridian outfielder, and then wound up with one in the sixth and three In the seventh. Moore with one down in the fifth, walked, stole second, third and then home. His theft of home was accomplished without the aid of any other base runner. AT. PAUL AB R H PO a Maaaor. 3b ... Vittar. 3k ... KtnS. 3b rjaatenl. a . Walrsll. a ... MatUiaw, .. Tipton. If ... Xlclwr. U Danahor. ef Haaeathal. tt Kimball, rf Yaabaaa. aa Elliott, lb Tarl. p Buktr. p a Franka ... , Mich, p . 3 Totala .33 4 I 34 13 a Bltd for Bukar M tha 7Uv FORT WORTH AB R K POA X Rtanakr. 3b Thaaaaa. lb BaaaalL 3b Kxaa. rt Korea, rf Claraaon. If ft-. U Its. If Oaarx. lb Burar. lb Maora. ef Santomauro. cf .... Foldn. aa Mtualn. aa .!. e Muter. Roi. p Rrw. p Brihtell. p Tnta.'a St Paul 3 0 110 0 . .33 10 10 27 I 3 , . . OJO 0O0 PTO 4 Fort Wnrth 003 311 JOx It Runt bawrd la. F.tcri-r 2. Yaumhnna 3; I) --' -- . i",aaaBBlBaaBBmBmg Mobile Honored At Local Track 'Mobile' Elimination Scheduled in Tenth Tonight wm be "Mobile night" at oiux XSUZX ,. S 1 3 Ken i tarns 6 First Isabel 5 Cross Up 7 , Andy Lad 7 , Lugxer Blond Bomber .... 7 SUrer 3 a 2 0 1 2 1 The secondary feature tonight Is : the eishth race to be run aver the futurity distance. In this event, are j eixht of ihe fastest sprinters at the ' K"ick '"PP1 hv Alfred Cadet, Misa "Ie nd Squeaky Rue. Alfred Cadet, considered one of ! Ibe best dos now kenneled here, I has gone to post only one time this ! caon. It will be his first lUrt i auice roorusry 20. Miss Life has two wins and one place effort to her credit In six starts this season. She will be run-ning from the No. 1 box tonight. Squeskv Rue has finished tn tha money four times In five starts. Sr.t has one win. one second and two third place eiforu to her credit. The remainder of the field will b made up of Brave Foe. Clock Watcher, Yours, Local Newt and Dutch OsX The later doc won her last start covering the futurity distance in the fast time of 29i seconds. Dig Down and BeJvadora wia get their first chance at the 3g'nuie-marathon race tonight. Both are very fast finishers and tha added distance should be to their advantage. A nether Bwek. FavwriU favorite at post time. In his last ri out at this distance, he ran second 0j to Manila's Cost, eenerslly con." id - erea me top mars ui oner st me track. Eight youngsters, an len than two years old. so postward in lie first event tonight. Soma of these pups have been showing great form ' and a close finish Is expected. Thaaiai 1: Wraaa l! Woraa 1: Oaark li Mala 3: BrtabtvaO 1 T baao blla. Raia, Heir. Komt rtina. KV-br. Kxaea. ll iln baaca. Tbomaa. BaaaaU. Waraau Ctaarx. Baar-' too-auro. Mwt J. Fftata- S. Dawbat 4aa. Uur to Kind to ClUoU. Laft m baaaa. St Paul 4. Port Worth I Baae aw baiia. off Tart 4 Raaa 1; B1M j; Bakar . Brtahtvall 1 Mlrh 3 Blrakrk out. k Tart 3: Roaa 3. Bol-a 2; Bukar 1: BrtabtvU 3. 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