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CHICAGO DAILlf TRIBUNEt 20 Thursday, Jan. 6, 1944. TEAM ENTRIES POURING IN FOR SILVER SKATES Big Field Assured for 27th Derbies Jan. 15-16. Team entries for the 27th Silver Skates Derbies in Garfield park. Jan. 15 and 18, were received yes terday from Clark playground, 4613 Jackson boulevard, and Sherwood playground. 327 West 57th street Entries for the eight Derbies will be accepted until Monday midnight. Emil Skala, director of Clark playground, entered 16 boys in two of the five Derbies. These west side youngsters will compete in the boys' midget and Juvenile Derbies. Those under 12 years of age are eligible for the midget class, while boys 12 and 13 years of age will compete in the juvenile division. Sherwood Enters 2L Twenty-one boys and girls will represent Sherwood playground, ac cording to the entry lists submitted yesterday by Ida Meyers, instructor. Nine girls will skate in the prelim inaries in the girls' junior division for those under IS years of age. The remaining entries are listed in the boys midget, juvenile, and junior classes. All amateur skaters are eligible to enter the Silver Skates Derbies, which are sponsored by The Chi cago Tribune Charities and are sanctioned by the Illinois Skating association. There is no entry fee, but skaters 16 years of age must register with the association. Registration may be made on the day of the jireliminaries. Champions Must Move Up. Champions may not defend their titles, but they are permitted to tkate again if they move to the next higher age division. This rule, the only rule for the Derbies, automatically bars the senior champions each year from further competition. Luetta Du Mez of the Catholic Youth organization skating team, who won the girls' intermediate silver skates Derby last year, cannot tkate in this division Jan. 16 for this reason. She will compete in the senior girls' Derby, however, which is contested at 1 mile. The intermediate race is at mile. Rita Can Compete Again. Rita Janet of the Northwest Skating club is a candidate for the girls' Intermediate championship this year. She raced in this class last season and won the first semi-final, but was beaten In the championship race. Since she did not win the title she retains the right to compete in the tame class. In the Pcirce playground Derbies last Sunday Miss Du Mez won the 220 yard and H mile races. In the latter event Miss Janet was third. THE GUMPS I IFONLV WE COULD j RU2HT7 THERE'S A I I "SO, OFF SHE I . w " -f ?gjr&Ze CONTACT UUJM ONfc VAN Wr-KJ I CaOfc-lJUOKINCx THAT'5 OlP. YEF1 THAT'S ynf MIGHT KNOW- S FOR JON STARPUST I SOT A LETTER ) . THE 61RL, ALL RkSHT YVsT 3 f -ZlrXYn (" FERPlMAHP FERRETT WITHOUT A CENT IN J FROM HIMTH1S JgZry C'MON JS fml -I "y," HER PURSE -HAVE S MORNING- JPfe r- r TL m. sTWk ' A you any ipea where kL, mm kg r SK.i$u, a $L ejskt IPs II SMILIN' JACK CINDY HAS REACHED HER Vty DESTINATION IN THE INTER!OI? A PUKTY GAL SHORF BRIGHTENS UP THIS DESOLATE PLANTATION MAKES IT REAL HOME-LIKE' HOW ABOUT HAVIN DINNER WITH ME THIS EVENING? I'LL START GIVING OU MATERIAL FOR VOUR STORY f n j , . . :: . !ER ' MA ' 'ORT U , HAVE DINNER WITH MEI' BETTER SPORT THAN RETREAD JOHN'-ILLSHOW HOUMY COLLECTION OF DIAMONDS -. SOMETIMES. SYNTHETIC JOE GIVES SOUVENIERS TO PEOPLE THAT HE LIKES 5TOP PESTERING THIS LITTLE GIRL SHE'S TO BE TREATED LIKE A LADY YOU'RE NOT GOING TO ANNOY THIS FRIGHTENED LITTLE GAZELLE WHILE I'M around -ym. A -- LA J 1 IF THERE'S ANY I ANNOYING TO BE DONE. I 3UPERW0LF I MA1DENSWOON S WILL DO IT A m - They 11 Bear Watching Jan. 15 i ! At ji .:-:,- i . if - ! :'-' r ) i - ' , - j n Today's Selections When Silver Skates are passed out after the 27th annual Tribune Derbies in Garfield park Jan. 16, this pair of speedsters hopes to be on the receiving end. Rita Janet (left) is a star for the Northwest Skating club and Luetta DuMez (right) won the girls' intermediate championship for the CY. O. last year. (tbibonk Photo. Hart Retains No. 1 Rankin Girls9 Tennis WILUAMSPORT SEEKS BERTH IN EASTERN LEAGUE Williamsport. Pa Jan. 3 W). The Eastern Baseball league will meet in New York Jan. 16, President Thomas IL Richardson announced, to act on a proposal of Joe Cambria, co-owner of the Springfield, Mass, league franchise, to transfer it to Williams port.' Cambria declared this city has the Inside track on obtaining the franchise this season after a conference with Richardson here last niffht. MI believe the league will go along en the transfer," Richardson stated, while baseball circles reported a group of fans will be called together after the league session to consider any proposal by Cambria. Williamsport dropped out of the Eastern league at the end of 1942 because of transportation difficulties. Ad all and Talun to Top Marigold Mat Show All The Terrible Turk Adali, making his first appearance in the Chicago area in three years, will meet Wladyslov Talun, 6 foot 8 inch. 30S pound Polish giant, in the main event of a five bout wrestling program to be presented by Pro moter Benny Reuben Tuesday night in Marigold Gardens. Rudy Hoff man. ex-Northwestern university athlete, will meet Nick The Greek George, in one of the supporting bouts. Negro Sailor Five Beats Milwaukee Wehrs, 67-41 The Great Lakes Negro varsity basketball team, led by James Brown, former Southern university player, who scored eight field goals and four free throws for 20 points. gained its eighth victory in 10 starts as it handed the Wehr Steel company quintet of Milwaukee its fourth loss in nine games, 7 to 41, at the naval station last night. Prep Basketball Merlon, Pa., Jan. 5 Gn. Doris Jane Hart. Miami, Fla., schoolgirl, again heads the United States junior girls' tennis rankings, Mrs. Harrison Smith, chairman of the national girls' ranking committee, announced today. Miss Hart won the national crown the last two years at the Philadelphia Cricket club, St. Martins, Pa. Unbeaten in junior ranks last season, the 18 year old tennis queen also ranks as one of the nation's outstanding women contenders. In the United States doubles. Miss Hart shared top honors with Shirley June Fry of Akron, O. Rankings, subject to ratification at the annual meeting of the United States Lawn Tennis association later this month in New York, follow: t nltrJ UtatM Girt Single. 1 Dori Hart: 2 Dorothy lTrd, A!- Dinla. Calif.: 3 Shirly Fry: 4 Betty Hot- rnqurat. South Orange. N. J.: 6 LiUina H. Lcpaun, An York; 8 Marjoria J. Waits, Atlanta. 6a.; 7 Uloria Evan, Upper Mont-rlair, N. J.: 8 Louixs Snow. Bakersfield. Cat.; A Marram Carey. 5an Diego, CaL; 10 I : on stance Clifton. New Smyrna, Via.; 11 Bnrhara Sehnfield. San Francineo. Cal.: 12 Barbara T. TalmaUga, Santa Moniea, Cal.: l.t Joanne Dnnn, De Moines. Ia.; 14 Noren Haney. Greenwich, Conn.; la Nancy Slaughter, lensacola, Fla.; 16 Elaine Pwmw, Chicago; 17 Margaret Varner. El Paso. Tex.: 18 EUie t o tea. Bayyille, Long Inland, N. T.; 18 Jean Hotkey. Weat field. N. J.; SO Barbara WUkins, rtew KocheUe, .. T. I'nited State Ctrl Doable. 1 Hart and Fry; 2 Rosenqueet and Io- paus: a Head and Scboneld: 4 Waite and Slaughter: 6 Lary and Talmadre; tt Evana and Clifton: 7 Rockey and Wilkin: R Imnn and Bertha Scott. St. Lout. Mo.; Snow and Ruby Matejka, Brownnvtlle, Teg.: 10 Betty Coumbe. WmtKeld, N. J- and Norma Iefferman home town unavailable). Warneke Passes Screen Tests; Awaits Draft Call Hot Springs, Ark., Jan. 5 (JP). Lanky Lon Warneke, veteran Chi cago Cub pitcher, took his preliminary examination at his local draft board tonight and announced he was ready "to toss hand grenades at Hitler and Hirohito." Warneke, who is married and has two children, will be 35 in March. He has not been reclassified 1-A but he said he was notifying the Cub management not to count on him for spring training. . - EXHIBITION HOCKEY. Detroit Red Winga, 8; Coast Guard Cut ler, a. SILVER SKATES DERBY Pleas enter me in The Chicago Tribune Silver Skates Derby to be held Jan. 15 and 16 in Garfield park. Name ................................................ Adores Gty Club (if any) Age (Prizes will not be awarded winners until certificate of age is presented.) Place cross in square opposite race you wish to enter. A skater may compete in only one division. Print name plainly in pencil. Entries close at midnight Jan. 10, with Wilfrid Smith. Sports Department, Chicago Tribune. P Men's Senior. 18 and over Boys Midget under 12 Boys Intermediate. 16-17 Girls' Senior, 18 and over Boys Junior, 14 and 15 Girls' Intermediate, 16-17 Boys Juvenile, 12 and 13 Girls' Junior, under 16 TESTERDAVS RESCLTS. City League. Junior. Aottia, 87 1 Wathburne. 17. SullUan, 34; Taft, 23. Lamont, 29; Orland Park, 13. Senior. Taft. 38 1 RullWan, 33. Lamont. 40 1 Orland Park, 38. . GAMES TODAY. City Leagoa Junior and Senior Sena at Amundnen. Schar at Lana. Bowen at Calumet. fencer at Parker. Senior Farrago! at Da Sable, Gag Park at Kelly. Phillip at Manley. Harrlton at Dunbar. TUdea at Lindblem. Austin at Washburn. Medlll at Tuley. Foreman at MeKlntey. Junior Well at Crane. Indiana. Northern Indiana Conference. Western Division. Gary Emerson at Gary Boraea Mann. DE PAUW NAVAL QUINTET BEATS WABASH, 69 TO 49 Greencastle, Ind, Jan. 5 Special Paced by Bob Cook, former Vni versity of Wisconsin freshman, the DePauw Navy V-5 basketball team tonight scored Us 11th victory as it defeated the Wabash college quintet, 69 to 49. , Cook.t enies.I ( artier. e Walilron.t; Weicer.K Polum.f Cummina.f 69. Wabash 101. B F P B F P 14 2 Jonee.f 3 0 0 2 1 S Hemng.f 7 2 2 6 11 Johnson.e 3 2 3 h 2 1 Palisrraf.g- 2 3 2 5 2 4 Meyer.g 12 0 O 1 2 t'nrrea.f O O O 0 0 1 hupui r 3 3 3 Marxhsll.t 112 MtKeniia. 0 0 2 Foley, Sticklen Pace 75-50 Victory by Fort Sheridan Led by Dick Foley, University of Illinois freshman star who reported to Fort Sheridan Tuesday afternoon and Bill Sticklen, formerly of Notre Dame, the Fort Sheridan Soldiers defeated the Milwaukee Harnisch- fegers, 75 to 50, in the post gym last night. Sticklen topped the Soldiers with 20 points and Foley had 18, Jack Dentlnger, giant Harnischfeger center, made 32 points. The Fort Sheridan WACs defeated the Har nischfeger girls, 37 to 17, Vikings, Spartas to Play in Winnemac Park Jan. 16 The Vikings and the Spartas will meet Sunday, Jan. 16, in Winnemac park stadium to play their secon round soccer match. The site was determined last night at a meeting of Fred Netto, national soccer com missioner; Jocke Johanasen, man ager of the Vikings, and Fred Prchal, manager of the Spartas. The game will be started at 2:30 p. m with the winner likely to face the Falk corporation team of Milwaukee FOR Sportswear Firearms Pet Shops rffiHrniTiTTTfiriTifif TROPICAL PAKK. CORAL GABLES,' FLA. IFast.1 1 Reformatory, Son Islam. Carlisla. 5 Dispatch. Mis Freedom. Payable. 3 Wise Decision. Ringie, Great Albert. 4 Stitch Again, Romulus. Valdina Pledge. 6 TETRAGAL, Easy Blend. Fairly Fly. 8 Ariel Flight. Coley Bay. Merodach. 7 Little Bolo. Squadron. Weigh Anchor. 8 Darby Du, Sunspark, Snow Apple. FAIR GKOCNDS. NEW ORLEANS LA. I Fast. J 1 Bill O.. Marogay. Don Devlt. 2 Afghanistan. King Leroy. Aiizl. 3 Templet. Beared Cards. Slarer. 4 Arnel. Valdina Data, Easy Quero. . 5 Air Raider. Dchaven. Blue Singer, 0 Volcano. Havaheart. War Reward. 7 DUOLC. Witchwork. Darby Drucelle. 8 Patriot. Tannl Sid. Dingman. FAIR GROUNDS RESULTS. FIRT RACE Puree S1.000, claiming;, 4 year olds and tip. 8 furlongs: . . . Connauht. 123: Bailey.. 6.40 3.00 2.40 Finch Town. 118: Cook.. 3.80 3.00 Lo.t Gold. 124: Strang. 3.00 Time. 1:14 4-5. Josa !ticK. Bi-ry, women ooe. Belplay. Pomealiilso ran. SK(UNI) KAUE fiirse al.otJU, Claiming, vesr nhls anil nn A furlnnrs: Gummed Up. 118: Ford. .13.20 8.80 4 80 Donaagina. 110: Pralwn. 18.40 IS. KO Bonny Cner. 1 19: MoC d n .u Time. 1:14 3-5. Gnbe. Black Flams. Pur- eellvllle. Kungle, Leo' Brandy, .Count Chat, eueri rropnet ran. THIRD RACE PnrM f 1.000 claiming. 4 year old. 1 mile and 70 yards: ower L.ass. lim: jrmn. n mi irtory Play. 10.1: llaal't S.20 8. AO Dorothy' Hoy, 113: t ook 4.20 Time. l:4 1-B, Playful Btar, Freespend- Tower Miss, Halcyon Olrl ran. FOURTH HACK Purse 1,000, claiming, year old. 1 mils and 70 yards: Tell Well. 108: Murphy.. 0.80 4.40 80 nrn'g Chip. 10H: Hsiley 8.20 2.40 ate a Silver, 103 : wegr n 3.20 Time, 1 :47 2-5. BiD. Georgia Tod. uu- rc notion mis ran. FIFTH RACE Purse H.OOO. claiming. 4 ar old and tin. 1 l ift miles: iwie Smith, 118: Jcmas. 0.20 rl 00 4 20 Pete Jr.. 121: Cook 8.00 6.00 onowingo, lift: Slrange. 0 40 Time. 1:49 3-5. Rod mlc. Hark' Prince. Tbex. Wise Father. Eirwin ran. t Erroneously carried in entries as Prince Jr. sixth rack Furse si.suo. allowance, year olds and tin. 1 1-10 miles: Tldeorer. 113: Allonso. .62.60 20.00 7.A0 Rex. HO: Bailey 6.60 4.00 Bushwhacker. 120: Burns 2.60 Time. 1:49 1-5. Constant Aim. Pwain. Latent. Moms Flag. Jean Ferrante. Penob scot May ran. SEVENTH RACR Tiirsa 11 000 claim. Ing, 4 year old and rip. 1 1-16 miles; mi mine, iin; uonxaic ..a.uo 13.00 b.o C. Player, ill: iln.lrlt 11.80 11. SO More btinrs. 110: M'phy li.80 Time, 1:40 2-6 Bull Whin. Ston flam ing. Tensleep. Prime Donna. Due Sport, 'pint. Detroit Bull. Cherry T.. Sir Talbot ran. 'Field. EIGHTH RACE Purse 11.000. claiming, year olds and tin. 14 miles: Dorothvl.K..l()H:Weg'rn.lU.20 7 80 R 40 High Plaid. 116: Conk.. 10.80 S 00 Dmsension Sjr.ll6;McCdn 4 20 Time, 1:57 4-6. tMateriaHne. Moneyhill. Brown Flower. Tomws, Mors lletlned. Lady I.yonors. Helen a Boy ran. TFwiahed third but wa disqualified. BRONKO TO TRY EXPERIMENTAL RETURN TO MAT Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 5 6F). Bronko Nagurskl. former Minnesota football star, who staged a comeback in pro football this fall with the Chicago Bears after a five year layoff, announced today he also would return to wrestling competi tion. Nagurskl said he had agreed to headline a wrestling card here next Tuesday against an opponent yet to be selected. It will be his first wrestling appearance in 20 months. The bout will be in 'the nature of an experiment, he added, and he will decide after another engagement or two whether to continue wrestling. TROPICAL PARJC ODDS 6 JOCKEYS So boy 2 Mo boy 3 Pucct 4 Adam 5 Phelps 6 Robert 7 Atkinson 8 Cretchfield 20-1 9 No boy S0-1 Odd. 7-1 3-1 20-1 6-1 3-1 2-1 12-1 FIRST RACE Purse $1,000. Claiming-, 4 year olds ana up, 6 lurionts: Horse. Wt. PJ. Jockey, Call to Color.. ..109 1 Reformatory 104 Bunny' Billie.... 97 Briar Sharp 112 Son Islam. ...... .107 Bulrushes 109 Carllnia .....109 Little Nelm ....107 Znuare 107 Friar Scout ....104 10 No boy 4-1 SECOND RACE Purse St.000. claiming', 3 year old maidens, 6 furlongs: Payable Ill 1 Caflarella Silk 106 Captain Tower ..116 On the Doubt... 107 Colonel Gus 116 Busy Madeline ..109 Dispatch 113 Mihs Freedom. ...,111 Silver Donna 111 Tetra Lily ..107 10 No boy Treaty Girl 109 11 No boy Dallas Park ....111 13 No boy War Struggle ....112 13 No boy Tommy' Girl ..107 14 Undberf Keenan ....Ill 15 No boy Valdina Amazon. Ill 16 No boy Revive..... 116 17 No boy Expos 103 18 Gerloclc THIRD RACE Purs 91.000, claiminr, 4 year olds and up, 6 furlongs Bernardo No boy No boy Eads No boy Atkinson Day Adam 3- 1 10-1 12-1 15-1 12-1 10-1 2-1 15-1 15-1 1-1 15-1 12-1 15-1 12-1 4- 1 8-1 -l 20-1 No boy Rienzi No boy No boy Lindberg Kirkpal'k No boy Skorouskl Bletxacker 15-1 3-1 12-1 3-1 6-1 10-1 12-1 8-1 2-1 3-1 Richard W 107 Wise Decision. ...110 Back Tooth. .....104 Ringia 112 Great Albert 115 11 ay rid lou Chalara 100 Wttchwater 108 Circus Winga ,...107 Cherriko 107 10. Haskell FOURTH RACE Purse 91,200, claiming, 4 year olds, tt-furlong: Valdina Pledg ..Km 1 King Glory 101 2 Captain Ruth ...103 Lord Bart 105 Romulus .......113 Betty Leon 105 Bas Fiddle 105 Chance Cross.,.. 110 Stitch Again. ...110 Mae Case. Listing ., Uh Huh.. Duncan No boy No boy Perm ana Roberts -Atkinson Phelp No boy 9 Lindberg .lOo 10 No boy .110 11 Skoronski 10-1 .105 12 Brennan . 6-1 12-1 8-1 6 1 2 1 4-1 12-1 2-1 10-1 2-1 8-1 Daily Doubles TROPICAL PARK. Jay Steven and Royal Sliver 9103.70 FAIR GROUNDS. Connaught and Gummed Up 935.20 Meister Brans Win 1st Half Classic Title Thes newly crowned city championship Meister Braus nailed the first half championship of the Classic league last night at Pla-Mor lanes on the south side when they swept their series against Art Butler's National Bowling Equipment lads. - Living up to their pre-season claims of power, the winners went into last night's important session two games in front of Jerry Sko-vie's runnerup Washington Shirts, and after winning the first game by the narrow margin of 14 pins on Joe Sinke's 247, the next two were just a breeze with 1.046 and 1,017, giving them the high team total of of the roll down with 3,052 to 2,829 for their opponents. Incidentally the losers failed to chalk up a win against Melster's all season. Sinke's 682 was also the highest individual series of the evening. Washington Shirts clinched sec ond place by beating Stan Itudcki's United States Brewery team. Bill Flesch and his defending champion ship Monarch Beers barely escaped a tie for third place by winning the first game of their scramble with Eddie Krem's Thompson's Restau rants. The opening session of the last half of the split season takes place next Wednesday at Matty Faetz's Recreation, 5961 North Ridge avenue. Bierman Perman ' Balrarett No boy Morrissey No boy Trent Phelp FIFTH RACE Purse 91,200. claiming, 4 year old and BP, 6 furlongs: Woof Woof 115 1 Roberts Fairly Fly 110 Tctrarnl 105 Two Kii.k 115 Try Flying ......115 Teen tee 113 Peto Gino 110 Easy Blend 115 Polymclinr 110 Roman Nymph ..108 10 No boy Billy O IIS 11 McMullcn Mho J nmea 108 12 No boy Urge Ma 110 13 Decrlng SIXTU RACE Purse- 91.500, allowance 3 year olds, o furlong : Coley Bay 110 1 Thompson Libyan Star 105 3 Red Emileo 105 Ariel Flight 113 Merodach ........113 Silent Hero 106 Air Patrol 110 Spring Morning.. Ill Instructor ........110 Freeiout 113 10 Lindberg SEVENTH RACE Purs 91.000. claim ing, 4 year old and up, 1 1 -16 mile Milk Flip.. 11a 1 Thompson Short 8ririlt....l08 Weigh Anchor. ..116 Landslide Ill Millo 116 Little Bolo. ...... 116 Flying Silver. .. .106 Strolling Easy,. ..Ill Snuadron Ill Gala Light 113 10 No boy EIGHTH RACE Purs 91,000. claiming. 4 year olds and up. 1 mile and 70 yards: Snow Apple 116 1 No boy 3-1 Robert F. . . ......113 Royal Count 113 Happy Prince... .111 Darby Diadem... 113 Ancipital .......113 Over '. Ill Sunspark ........111 Darby Du lid Robert 3 No boy 4 Skoronski 5 Atkinson 6 McCoy 7 Root 8 Adam 9 No boy Smith Breen Permana . No boy Adam Phelp McMullen No boy 2-1 8-1 2- 1 8-1 6-1 4-1 10-1 3- 1 12-1 10-1 8-1 12-1 10-1 3- 1 15-1 10-1 4- 1 3-1 8-1 6-1 12-1 3-1 1-1 3- 1 8-1 2-1 10-1 10-1 2-1 fl-t 15-1 4- 1 6-1 TROPICAL PARK RESCLTS. FIRST RACE Pur 91.000. claiming. 4 rear olds and no. 1 1-lrt miles: Jay Stevens. 116: Gonzales 8.80 6.30 3.90 Cherry Crush. 113: Atk'n 11.50 6.!0 Neddie Lass. 103: Per'ne. 3.50 Time. 1:45. Grand Day. Spang, Fantag. Batik, Early N Smart. Illinois blar. Wood Rohm ran. SECOND RACE Purse 91.000. claiming. 4 year old and up. 1 1-1H miles: Roy. silver, 103: sca' a.n" Santo Dom.. 116: Atk'son 8.80 2.40 Ho Hum. 108: Hettinger. 2.80 Time, 1:40. Don Listo. Oakford, Aim- rada. Lauder kin. Jug, Knock Knock. Which THIRD RACE Purse 91.000. claiming, 4 year old and up. 6 furlongs: sungino, lit-;: Campbell.. ls.uo no o. Knight's Q't II., 113: P r'n 8.00 6.40 Balmy Spr'g.. 110: Hett'r 6.70 Time. 1:13. Basileus, Strength, Miss Puritan, Cananea, All Free, Out Front. J usUman II. ran. FOURTH RACE Purs 91.200. claiming, 3 year olds, 6 furlongs: Challengette 100: Rob ts.14.80 7.D0 4.10 Wavecap. Ill: Skoronski 12.00 6.10 Stars At Night. Ill: Mur'y 3.00 Time. 1:13. Black Africa, Over th Dam. Emerson, Cavallenn, Gornil, Busy Nine ran. FIFTH RACE Purse SI.200. claiming, 4 Vja sTslild n nrl lira A f tlt1nti btsb Johnnie J., 116: Young.. 5.70 3.40 2.60 Reztlps. 116: Sisto 6.70 3.60 Tirht Shoes. 116: Atk'son 3.10 Time. 1:11 3-5. Happy Lark. Port Harmony. Theseus. Soverton. Tim o'Wsr ran. SIXTH RACE Purse Sl.ftoo. allowance. 4 year olds and -un. It furlnnrs: Spark, Maid. 102: Atkifon 4.U0 8.30 2 60 Znra Rose. 108: CInggett. 6.10 4 AO Vitn II., 105: Kerr, 4. HO . Time, 1:10 2-5. Roncat, Air Beauty, nippy, iiispose. Eqltistar, Son ol war, Ample Reward, Believe ran. SEVENTH RACE Purse 91.000. claiming. 4 year olds and un. 1 1-16 miles: Doubt Not. 116: Steven'n.34.10 12.20 5. SO Queen Echo, 10S: Nndarse 4.30 2.SO Long Straw. 113: Hett'er 3.10 Time. 1:44. Our Blcn. Hasty Wir. Mich Igan Sun, Haste On, Beau Brannon. Play Greenock. Nnrswecp ran, EIGHTH RACE Purse 91,00(1. claiming, 4 year olds and un. 1 1-16 miles: Hard Bargain. Ill :Scawt'n ti.10 3 MO 2.90 Bouncing. Ill; Skoronski fi.20 7.00 Ctith. 108: Bernardo..... 12.H0 xime. 1:46 4-5. Big Chance. Bu V. Z., One link. South Round. I.srlv Orchid Mightily, Oakmont ran. FAIR CRftrrvm HVTRfg-iq FIRST RACE Purse 91.000. claiming, 4 year oios ana up, o itiriongs: Meister Bran 3052, H'g'd'n 176 180 201 Wright 170 8.(4 107 Lipoe 181 213 212 Sink 247 206 220 K duke 206 203 178 089 1046 1017 Monarch Beer tWI. lesch 2:ii 159 173 .eilene 2 1(1.1 PI 203 Winh'g 202 IP'S 177 r acts ihi i f" j m Bomar 202 228 188 1043 048 916 Washington Shirts ! M'ric'h 181 01 171 vV.F'Cg 218 104 225 movie lh 1MI ivz tlnng lfif 181 214 C'ub k 108 178 222 805 035 1024 Critchfield 15-1 Rollins No boy No boy No boy Pratt Phelp 9 Bierman 12-1 2-1 8-1 -l 3-1 4-1 6-1 CONGRESS LADIES' LF.AGt E. Mario's Restaurant.. S'!2 SO" 7JW M13 Clark Bowlln Shoe. 800 820 8252151 Catherine Grant, 540: Catherine Coyle. 09. ongres Recreation.. 763 717 801 221 8hmberger-S-hIlta . 815 819 8002440 Kay Hons. 582. Gils' Restaurant..... 841 831 7402412 Lon Snnare Buick 82H 867 9453640 Mae Kbert. 524: Ruth Law. on. 505: Catherine Fellnicth. 684: Ruth Hurtmann. 519: Texs Morris. 633. Math Icier' Casino. "797 856 SO 2S4R peni-Cola 873 883 8-;4 251 Lillian Rnehler. 636: Lillian Jung. 547: Trene Andrews. R21. Iiiirkee's Margarine.. 871 849 8562576 Thompson Tennis... 770 725 73 ,2'.,3l t atherine Manney. nnn: Agnes 1'lleiKa. 622: Helen Hopper. 61 1 . Anna Flint 04 830 8392.573 Bee-Vac 756 758 7032277 Rose Ban. 563: Elsie Wencel. 5o0: Grace Reschke. 601. Brttck 791 787 835 M13 Pahst Blue Ribbon., 812 930 7922534 Marge Koelliol. 584: Hettv Zeeb. 5f8: Ruth Wagner. 533; VI Kraman. 324: Myrna Bacon. 60H. Du Honchette Liuuor 776 816 7462138 Bitdweiser Girls..,.. 841 lt:t3 801 2575 Irene Kneel. ft.'K Wank Wllmin. KM Lee Belshier. 627; Flo Weldon. 633. West Suburban A. P. 831 834 H59 2344 Clark Wilson Lounge. 784 814 70-J 2300 worm Tavern....... 7ti. thk 7.P) sain Noodle Soupers.... 740 788 6402108 Dogged ....,..,..111 Mia Mia Ill 'un Bush ........116 Modwena ...... ..114 Maroeay 120 Mighty Lucky ..106 Miss Amanda ..111 Paiturt 113 'Michigan Blu .110 Don Devito ....110 Bill a L. 11.1 SECOND B.ACE Purse 91.000, claiming 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs: Dare 110, Afghanistan 115 Pistol Peto ....118 'Valdina Nymph 108 Traumclus ll.tjAsixi 108 King Leroy ....lOHit'ode Mentor ....118 K... ....,..., - v.mtiiiiau ivn THIRD RACE Purse 91,000, claiming, 3 ye,ir wins, o lunongs: TemDlet 106 Darbr Don I ton ..118 For Freedom ....113 Slaver 116 FOURTH RACE Purse 91.000. ances, 3 year olds. 6 furlongs: Easy Quero ....120lJoey B. ... Play Grier 113 Our Birthday Little Alice 115 Arnel Valflina. Date .115 FIFTH RACE Purse 91.000, maiden. 4 year oim ana up, n mriongs: Delatour 113 Play hands Ill Scared Card ....108 allow. 110 120 115 History 124 Air Raider 126 Heau-Ary 118 Opera Sua .....114 High Peak 119 Noggin 121 Sweet Marry ..119 126 .11 Dehaven ( Ilant Star 114 Her Boy 124 No Quota 124 Blues Sinrer 119 Winter Weather 114 SIXTH RAE Purse SI. 200. allowances 4 year olds and un. mile and 70 yards: War Reward ... 1181 'Volcano 112 Real Sad 107 'Many Land ..115 Old West bury ,.112' Havaheart , 117 SEVENTH RACK Purse claim' Ing, 3 year olds, mile and 70 yard tiiivia u. Heln Wanted 111 Valdina Kovla . 1 1 5 1 t Millie Jean Darby Drncele ..117 Duolo ....... Itaby Advice ..110 'Spring Glory tWltihwnrk 12o' EIGHTH RACE Purse 91.000. claiming, 4 year old and up. 1 l-lo nines: ...113 ..ion ...110 Eoiiret 108 Jump Bid 120 Dingman ......113 Mattie J Ill Fisher Pet ....103 Patriot 118 Prefer Tramut .111 t En try. 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"When you take your hair problem to Thomas, a Thomas expert shows you exactly how Thomas treatment removes dandruff scales, and how it soothes the itch caused by dandruff and other local excrement, lie II show you how to keep your hair hygienically clean, and why Thomas treatment leaves your scalp with such a fresh, lively, healthy feeling. You'll see immediately why a quarter-million other persons entrusted Thomas with their hair problems. Come in today for free advice and consultation (in private) and see for yourself how this reliable, proved treatment works. You'll like it! Loop: -30 W. Washington St. (Stpuruf DtpartmtnU tor Mtn mni Womtn) Wett Side 4010 W. Madison North Side 4753 Broadway .Sou f ft Side 749 W. 63rd St. at Ilalated Street Milwaukee, WUc 212 W. Wisconsin Avenue nOl'RS 11 A. M. to 8:30 P. M. SATURDAY 10 A. M. to 7 P. M. - v '-v x 3 Nat. Bwl. En. 2811. H'nr'cn 234 149 1 30 Scott 100 170 170 Calder 184 2'J3 IP1 Butler 1H.S 2m 1H2 Pet r n 203 178 215 975 025 920 Thnni nsons J117 1 Sowa 188 180 228 Small 212 1 VJ 2 HI Hsh l r 158 SKI 207 ln r.en Ulll 218 -l'J H.E't'g 183 210 108 042 0701050 Cnlted States Brewery it.;i. ientee J S2 1! 1.M lentyk lll l.VI 2H8 Rudikl 15t 181 20, Llarant 101 100 201 Smith 1U2 212 178 885 Vi B4 GREAT LAKES, FORT SHERIDAN CLASH TONIGHT The Great Lakes Bluejackets, who experienced rough sailing in two of three games on the road last week, will seek their ninth victory of tha season tonight when they meet Fort Sheridan before an audience or recruits at the U. S. Naval Train ing station. Lt. Paul Tony Hinkle Indicated yesterday he would start the same team which opened the 52 to 43 victory over Ohio State in Geve-land New Year's day, altho the con dition of Paul Curly Armstrong, injured forward, still is in doubt. Schaefer Leads Scoring. -This regular lineup includes Arm strong and Herman Schaefer at the forwards. Jack Coleman at center, and Don Smith and Charley Joachim at the guards. Schaefer leads the squad in scoring with 139 points in 10 games. Armstrong was injured against Purdue at Great Lakes on Dec. 13 and missed three games. He played in the losing contest at Illinois on Dec. 29, but was withheld from th game at Northwestern, which the Bluejackets also lost. Northwestern Swimmers Invade. The Great Lakes varsity swimming team, led by Bill Smith, the world champion free styler, also will tee action this week when it opens its home indoor season tomorrow in a dual meet with Northwestern university. It will be the second meeting of the winter between the two teams, the Bluejackets having beaten Northwestern, 49 to 33, on Dec 31. in Evanston. Tonight's probable lineups: (ireat Lake. Fort Sheridan. Armstrong ....... P.. , suckles Schaefer Coleman Smith .. Joachim P. C. . . .. .....6. Kmc .... Flsrily Cohea NORTHWEST tJtI)IK CLASSIC. At 'samite Keerentlnn. Remnls Recreation ...,8ri0 012 8R3 JO'U Cascade Recreation ..700 6118 7842248 Klcatmr Remain, 200 r.t(l: Eclns Wn.ksl, B25: Eleanor Yaccino. 631: Ctel Pieiwr. 530: Ann Reman. 608. Ooranxons 878 880 977 2722 M.iritfold Arcade 813 Soft D1H SB34 Ldiura Stellmaeher. 204 fi80: Ioroth Miller. 1 81 220 21Jt 617: Betty Tamuel. I Camp Ellis I6tl. fizioiu: iarne Knaers. oii: .xiacire ks. i p ni: e.iennnr Long-, sua o-w; satis- u- ntenett f NORTHWESTERN RADIO SCHOOL DEFEATS SKOKIE Northwestern university radio school defeated Camp Skokie Valley 48 to 33 in a Chicago Area Service Man's league basketball game in Evanston Township High school gymnasium last night. It was Northwestern's first victory under its new coach. Specialist 1st Class Bill Shay, former coach of St, Thilip High school, and gives the radio school a .500 rating in the league. Northwestern held a 22 to 12 lead at half time. Lineups: X. C. Radio 18. 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Chicagoans today hold C St O Bourbon in the same high regard it enjoyed in the city't early days. The reason is that there has never been a letdown in the high quality .of C & G no change in the slow, careful "sour mash" method cf distillation. In the familiar C&G bottle, you still get the finest of fine bourbons. C&G BUY WAR BONDS ... AMERICA'S COMMON BOND crm um&w g&j$xzjz cXiuyorA) THIS WHISKEY IS 5 YEARS OLD... 93 PROOF U.S. A. DISTRIBUTORS! McKISSON A ROBBINS, INC. NEW YORK, N. T.

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