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4 PoftIVMONDAT.JUNE14,1934 LCg3ngtItg ClmtS f t i Hollypark Meeting at Midway Point Br PAUL I.OWRY Hollywood Park will reach the midway point of its 50-day summer meeting next week end, and handicap horses that didn't try the Californian will begin to show up or the big races that Jie ahead the $50,000 American July 5, the $100,000 Gold Cup July 17 and the $100,000 Sunset July 24. " tvatf ravored Over Hart at Olympic Tonight While the Californian was a weight-for-age race tuch horses as Rejected and By Zeus, both trained by Buddy Hlrsch. were not prepared for It because of at least two reasons. The possibility of Native Dancer being shipped to the coast was a threat, plus the fact Rejected and Bv Zeus both won $100,000 races at Santa Anita last winter and were entitled , to none of the weight concessions that permitted most of the norses in 4; ' j -v . - : J' r v v V BV CAL WHORTOX Buddy Evatt, stiff-hitting' '. the Californian field to carry ! young lightweight, will try tr far less than they would have; -No. 16 tonight at the Olympic! m been allotted under handicap ; where he'll face Johnny Hart: , ot i'noenix in tne lu-rouna mam event. There are a number of out standing lightweights arounai today, but Evatt, a local prod uct, is unique among them Jn conditions. Lakes and Flowers Hirsch says Rejected and By Zeus will try the $25,OO0-added Lakes and Flowers at seven furlongs as their coming out ; that he's the onlv one with a party for the summer. - perfect record. Since turning . Two other stakes will be de-l pro 15 months ago he's un- cided during ' the . week the i beaten and untied in 15 starts $15,000-added Nursery Stakes at five furlongs for 2-year-old Allies tomorrow, and the 520,000-added Cinema Handicap at a mile and one-sixteenth for 3-year-olds Thursday. ., The Cinema is the last open 3-year-old stakes on the Holly-park program before the running of the $50,000 Westerner Saturday, July 3. Determine Out Except for Kentucky Derby Three of these have been main events. Hart can be expected to give with the old try, but few among the experts rate th hard-fisted Negro too much chance against the constantly improving Evatt. Draw With Ponce Hart hasn't been In action here for quite a spell, not since earlier in the year when he upset the solid dope by holding SPORTS BRIEFS Cisco Andrade, undefeated Compton lightweight who 'scored a ninth-round TKO over i veteran Carlos Chavez Satur-jday night in a nationally tele-, vised bout, makes his next start jjune 28 at New York's St. Nicholas Arena . . . His op- :ocr:nt has not been selected, i The Chicago Cubs announced they had obtained Outfielder Hal Rice from the Pittsburgh Pirates for Outfielder Luis Marquez and cash. Jack Taylor, versatile Whit- tler High star, has been named the school's Senior Athlete of the Year ... A second team all-CIF football halfback, he also lettered in basketball and baseball and was tht senior class president ... Ha plana to enroll at Stanford. BIG PANCHO WINS Poncho Gonzales returns forehand shot in finals match with Pancho Segura at Los Angeles Tennis Club in U.S. Pro Tennis tourney. Gonzales won, 6-4, 4-6, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4. Gonzales won $1 500. Time photo by Fhtl Bath winner Determine, which raced !hearivi'-v taJd vlc Z X .anfa ea,,rHav!a draw. Hart was decked in Su.-:Z;U r'H.this one, then roared back to on the grounds Is included injdumP his opponent. The draw ; Roy McQuown Advances in City Net Play the list of nineteen nornina tions. Miz Clementine, sister to the Gold Cup winner of 1952, Two Lea, heads a three-horse Calu met Farm entry which includes Defending men's singles Champ Roy McQuown shaded two court foes yesterday to advance to the quarter-finals of the 2Sth annual Los Angeles District Public Parks and Play- Gonzales Scores Gruelling 5-Set Victory Over Segura BY BlOX ABBOTT Pancho Gonzales, a big guy with a big serve, beat back Little Pancho Segura in a five-set, two-hour battle to - win the U.S. Professional Net Cham- jwas unpopular, the fans figur ing Hart the winner. Needless to say Manager Ben Marcus was never able to negotiate a rematch with Ponce. As fa matter of fact, Banging Ben Uiclr f aim niu.r tviuvu iuvmuv-j ' u. V. I u- ! Arrogate and Indian Red. Miz ! ' Z " , "XrL "rl,;2:W disposing of his morning op- Clementine, already victorious iCt" un til EvattT niin ponent Shirle LaBraden' 6i- ir, th r. r.iH anr SmI81"15-.'1 . VattS pilot, (w, hIf urj nrP5.fipri -II tho Breeze Stakes at the meeting, C X 8 l"ls,way in his p.m. tiff with BorisW irpm cuaaor, ana segura is one of two fillies named for!mti r. . , u i iMuccia. He had to overcome a nnally went down under the the Cinema, the other being I I, fi' et deficit to finally nip ' "ome pounding : by scores of Frosty Dawn. Lucky Martin Eligible Luckv Martin, which de- grounds Tennis Championships. !P"onship yesterday on the cen- McQuown had little trouble ier -yur' UI ws It was just too much Gonzales to handle for the game little feated Miz Clementine in an allowance race earlier in the meeting and then was beaten by Determine in the Debonair Stakes, is another top eligible. The complete list of Cinema nominees Includes Allied, Arrogate, Bright Liberty, Chal-luck, Fault Free, Frosty Dawn, Hobcaw Sage, Indian Red, James Session, Khalea, Kings Mutiny, Lucky Martin, Major Speed, Miz Clementine, Musselshell, Rolyat, Tchaikowski and War Tryst. jof the Olympic matchmaker of the same name, has been bringing Evatt along handily. I don't think he'd have agreed to the Hart match if he had any fears over the outcome. This is one of several reasons that prompts me to tab Evatt, who'll probably me a 3-1 favorite. CONSENSUS AQCEDCCT . FIRST THIRD HeterlU 18 Holl Call II Sine An' Dane 13 Kwansro o aoiemaiter FOURTH 10 Dlitnttary 9 Blackway 8 Devastation SEVENTH 33 All At One 9 Plus Fours 4 Sun Warrior EIGHTH 25 Altprnativa 9 Sentiment 5 Turf Sun Miwia "?.R fi.4 fi-4 S-O, Zt), O-, 01. Second-seeded Tom Chambers' In, addition to the title and had a stubborn foe in Douef Ph' Gonzales also collected Market. SC star. hut. the more Mm for his singles victory. experienced Chambet-3 finished on the winning end of a 6-3, 10-8 score. MEN'S aiNOLER MrOuovn rfrf T.i- Braden, -4. -0; Muecla df. Stanford, Hart's nro career trne? haclc''7-5- 7-5! Bfotfi Bartlett, -3, e-i; i V, , , " , I ruke)ow 6el. McDaniel, 2-8, 6-1. 7-6; feegura won $1000 and earned every penny of it. Lose in Doubles Gonzales and Segura had little left for the doubles finals and went down to a straight-set defeat at the hands of Frank Sedgman and Promoter Jack Kramer, 6-2, 6-2, 6-4. The win was worth $1000 to the winning team, with the losers collecting $500. Sedgman captured third nlace of 'era were knockouts suffered ,McwoM swm.lMit?ot-ic4def.jin singles with a 6-3, 6-1 victory last year at me nanas or usco ! y jv S - over tan earn. Aiiiiiaue, .uaiMiei uvaz anu ;Andy Escobar. beyond Evatt's. It's not nearly as impressive, but the record shows the kid is possessed of a stunning punch. In 24 pro fights. Hart has scored 12 knockouts. He's lost five and!" fought two draws. Olmeda del Stoafln. 8-8. -; Eichel df. 7-5; Jacauet def. 8tme, S-l, 8-4; Cham-br def. Markrt. -3; 10-8: Wilson def. Guertin. 6-1,. 8-8, 8-2; Jmwn def. Alexander. 6-4, 6-1; Parks def. WeathrrUl. 6-1. 6-3: Slmason Art. Rtt2. r-4. fi-2: jtwalt def, Jackson. 6-2, 6-1; Bracco del. wasaer, B-3; Sato def. Magneas, 6-3, Olmeda def. Eichel. 7-5 B-3: Jacnliet def. Olivetti. 6-4. 6-4: Parka def. rt- it ... . 1 1 : j,..,,. ,,,w u.i. o,uuie, vi nans nve seiuacKs, miee '-a. -4; simDson net. Ewait. 6-4. 8-4; 14 Terell BECOXD Merman Son Fen Eaffy FIFTH Evening Out On Your Own Happy Mood SIXTH Find Capeador Bassanto Best bet EVENING OCT LIXCOLJT FIELDS FIRST THIRD Air Battle 14 Bestow Little Burden 11 Russell T. S. 10 Rojbal Favored Evatt has won eight of his 15 by knockout. In his la3t three main-goes he stopped Juan Luis Campos (3) and duked both 22!Leroy Richards and Gilberto 10 Aiuniz. Tonight's card will be televised over KHJ (9) starting at 13; 8:30 p.m. B Jimmy Roybal and Bob Mat-jtison, lightweights, clash in the 10 j six-round semiwindup. Roybal a. should win this one; j Four-rounders and probable g uuii,i0, uci i i a j i uvci 7; Henry Johnson, welterweights; Tony Reyes over Rocky Haro, lightweights; Leo Romero over Ray Serna, welterweights, and Richard Jones over Willie Es- RACE RESULTS AT CALIENTE Vital statistics tell the storv; into submission with brutt strength, with both playing terrific tennis all th while. Bit by bit Segura slowed down. His serve lacked Its customary sting in the last two sets and Gonzales was able to run around it and return it with his forehand. And near the end : Little Pancho lacked that split forecourt for a winning volley. H Pancho opened the fourth Still, Segura battled serve fort" uw"h ,a jioubl,r fau ' ani serve with Gonzales through 'double-faulted again although 4-all in the fifth set and looked; managed to win the game rrui" uonzaies capiureu fii'e games in a row to square the match at two sets apiece. The fifth set was almost a repeat of the fourth, with Se- of Gonzales was truly amazing. Ha got the ball into play at least nine out of 10 times, as often as not with a shot that had Gonzales in trouble. A second serve Segura would run around and pound with his two-fisted forehand. . Pace Tells But the effort took its toll. like he might win with a super human effort. But his hopes collapsed in the ninth game. Twice Little Pan-cho's volley dug into the net and It wag 30-all. Gonzales fired a cross-court forehand passing shot to make It 80-40 but hit out with a backhand and it was deuce. Once again Segura netted with his volley and then Gonzales drilled a cross-court backhand passing shot to capture the deciding service break. Early Break One bad game right at the start may have cost Segura a chance to win the match in gura's tremendous fight only delaying the decision, Finally at 3-4 Gonzales took three games In a row to clinch the championship. Yesterday's results: CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES Pancho Gonzales def. Pancho Segura. 6-4, 4-6. 2-6. 6-3, 6-4. DOUBLES Jark Kramer-Prank Sedt-man def. Gonzalea-Seaura. 6-2, 6-3, 6-4. THIRD-PLACE PLAT-OFF SINGLES Sediman def. Carl Earn, 6-3. 6-1. DOUBLES Earn-Bob Rosera def. George Toley-Johnnr Faunce. 6-4. 6-4. FIFTH-PLACE PLAT-OFF SINGLES - Sam Match def. Roaera, 2-b. 0-4. fi-J. 6-3, straight sets. He lost hi3 serve of Gonzales' snectacular trP3'- ive the opening game of I doubles Match-jack cushtngham .'i'. o irhp matph anrl that ouon.;1' Pelltaza-Constantin Tanaaea- umpn. nes o ieei, j incites, ! .w.v.. weighs 183 and at 26 is almost I tuaI'y ava Gonzales the first seven years younger than Se-ise- gura, who measures 5 feet, 8 After that Segura took com- uidiiu, puunuiug nis toe s oacK.-hand and attacking the net, covering an amazing amount of ground when on the defensive and replying with phenomenal Keith Keeps Tourney Lead Dr. Don Keith, SCs recent contribution to the dental profession as of last Saturday, retained his lead in the 37th annual Los Angeles. City Men's Golf Championships after, the second round of shooting yesterday on the Griffith Park's Wilson Course. He leads with a 144 total at the midway mark. The field of 223, divided in seven divisions according to handicaps, will now be ;ut in half based on the players' 36-hole handicap totals. The championship division is made up of 53 players with . only, gross stores being counted. In yesterday's exhibition feature among Gen. Omar Bradley, Movie Stars Forrest Tucker and Johnny Weismuller and Race Car Driver Pete De Paolo, Tucker was low in their nine-hole round with a 38. The others had 39s. Leaders for 36 holes with Saturday and Sunday scores in parenthesis: CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION (GEOSS) 142 Don Kettb, Broolulde, 70-72. 144 Geua Andrawa, Rancho, 71-73; Bill Donovan, Brookslda. 73-71. 145 Ronnie Huhe. Ingle wood, 71-74. 146 Ed Meyerson, Brentwood. 73-73; Steve stiaw, Montebello, 74-72. 147 Ralph Sill, Brookilde, 77-70; Jot uauardo, unattacneu, 74-7J. 148 Karl Hogan. Griffith Park. 74-74; Louis LaVme. Rancho. 71-77; Jack Gar-aan. Griffith Park. 73-75. 149 Dean Teel, unattached, 72-77: M. Maadalino. Montebello, 72-77; Mark Meula. unattached. 75-74; John Fref, unattached, 74-75. 150 Leo Swedo. Montebello. 76-74; Ed Korylak, Rancho, 76-74; Al McDaniel, Cosmopolitan, 77-73. 151 Don Thornton, unattached, 75-76; Di-t Campbell, Montebello, 73-78; R, P. Chenauit. GtiUlth Part, 77-74. 152 P. Hoaan. Alondra. 76-76; Lea Nichols, Brookside, 76-76. 153 Dick Tana Sr., Chevy Chase, 76-77; Bernle Kane, Western Avenue, 76-77; Jim Ferrle, Virginia, 76-77. 154 John Regan, Griffith Park, 77-77; J. P. Fulton, Lakeside. 78-76. 155 P. F. Kjle, unattached, 79-76: Tom Marlowe. Palo Verdea, 78-77; Lee Holbrook. Griffith Park, 78-77. 156 Bob Johnson, Brookslda, 79-77; B. T. Gayer, Inglewood. 79-77; R. W. nimnh.ll Drnnl,irt. TR-OH 157 Billy Nicks, Rancho. 78-791. Wok O'Connor, new jersey, au-n. 159 Georga Stewart, Griffith Park. 78-81; Dr. 8. Ooldberg, Fox Hllla, 82-77. Vic Conrade, unattached. 82-77, 160 Rod Larson, Meadowlark, 79-81. 162 G. Prewshaw, San Fernando, 83-79; F. G. Krueaer, unattached, 81-81; K. Fujlnaka, unattached, 80-82. 163 Jim Watson, Paloa Vardea, S3-80. 164 R. J. Fishel, unattached, 84-80. 166 James Ota. unattached, 80-86; T. a. Smith, Cosmopolitan, 82-84. Five local theaters will screen a arwH-ial closed television cii ,-it nt iha VfarHann-Charles Championship bout Thursday . . . Downtown, tney are me Paramount, Warners and Or pheum . . . Others are the Fox Wilshire and Warners Hum ington Park. Rudcre Patty scored a 64, 6-4, 6-2 victory over Milan Branovic, a Yugoslar exile, in tnt n- nals of the International Han nover Tennis tourney. The Washington Senators acquired Inflelder Johnny Pesky from th Detroit Tlers in ex change for Inflelder Mel Hoder Iein. who will be sent to Buf falo, and cash estimated at $20,000. George Hunger, football and baseball coach at Orange High, will take over as grid mentor at Valencia High this fall . He succeeds George GoodelL who has been appointed football coach at Tustin. Bobby Riggs won the Canadian pro tennis title by defeating Bob Stubbs, 1-6, 6-0, 6-3, 6-0, in the finals at Quebec ... He teamed with Vini Rurac to win the doubles title from Charlie Swan son and Herb Stead, 6-3, 6-3. The Western International League declared that the Spo kane franchise forfeited but agreed to carry the club another week in hopes a community ownership plan can be worked out. . Southern California's top bowlers will be feted by some 600 fans at the Statler tonight when the second annual bowling writers' award banquet will be held, Sam Baiter will emcee. Alex Kerr took top honort In the three-day California State Skeet Championships at Fresno ... He had an over-all score of 442 out of a possible ,450 ... C. W. Powell of West L.A. won In Class B with 419 out of 450. inches and scales 150, Both Great These figures, however, do (Cloudy fast) FIRST Mdn. 2-yr.-olds. V ur.t Khal Me Later. 117, Burton 8 09 3 20 3 20 Texas Daisy, 117. Einlnota . 3.00 3 00 Sun Junior. 120. Beaney 8 60 Time. 1:06. Also ran Deli Bam. Triple Call, Troy Glory, Corky T., Peggy G Violator. f-Mlsa Levant, f-My Faithful, f-Star Enthroned. No scratches. stCOND Cimg., 4-yr.-olda up. fur.: Wurst, 114, Champagne 3.80 3 00 3 00 cmoaco, ma, fcmltn ....... 680 tuiA . !-,,.,.; f-,,i- Tonys Pal. 114. Burton llSolthlS a ClaSSiC Struggle, Time. 1:11 2-5. Also ran Dinah'i Girl, There wa no derfsiv turn- Hopping Mad, Miss Signal, Tony Lady, , luel ",d' "? uetl5lve luI" Presumptious. Count Charlie. f-8al)y U1Z DOlnt durintf the battle scritchM"" LiTy ! Rather, Gonzales beat his foe'against that powerful weapon iwoon. insn ruckey, THIRD Cimg., 3-yr.-oIda, 1 ml. 70 n6t take into account the size of Little Pancho's fighting! passing shots. Little Pancho heart and his tremendous speed! collected service breaks In the of foot, the elements that made second and 10th games of the second set, in the sixth and eighth games of the third set. Segura s return of service cu. 6-1. 7-5. EIGHTH-PLACE PLAT-OFF SINGLES Toley def. Jack Joist, 11-9. PRIZE PAT-OFF (la arder f singles finish) Sngls. Dbls. Total 1 Pancho Gonsalea ,.$1500 J250 817501 2 Pancho Segura 1000 250 1250 3 Frank Sedgmaai .. 750 500 1250 4 Carl Barn COO 150 650 5 Sam Match 400 50 450 6 Bob Rogers 350 150 (00 1 Conitantln TaoasaacH . . 300 JO0 8 Gene Mako ...... 250 0 250 9 Georga Toley .... 200 100 300 10 Jack Jossl 150 0 150 Jack Kramer .... 0 800 800 Jack Cushtngham 0 50 SO Johnny Faunca ... 0 100 100 Ray Hane Takes Invitational Golf Ray Hane of the host club tacked a closing round 71 onto his subpar round of 68 posted Saturday,, to capture-the seventh annual Western Ave-: nue Amateur Invitational Golf: Tournament yesterday Inglewood's Alex- Sutton deadlocked with Western Ave-! nue'g Pete Kramer for second with 141 scores. Top finishers: 139 Ray Rant (Western Avenue), 68- 71. 141 Alex Button (Inglawood), Tl-70; Pate Kramer (Western Avenue), 71-70. 142 Pat Chartrand (Inglewood), 70-72. 143 Al Glass (Inglawood), 72-71. Snyder, Davis Mix Tonight Wilbur Snyder, top man in wrestling, gives Karl Davis, the roaring Texas cowboy, a chance to prove that might is right at Hollywood tonight. Sandor Szabo wrestles big Tom Rice in the second half of the Legion's double main event The handsome Hungarian, Szabo, has held the heavyweight title three different times and is now a top challenger of Lou Thesz. Vic Christy wrestles Gene Kiniski, newcomer, and Peppi Pasquale meets Warren Bock- winkle in two other bouts, both one-fall matches. North Broadway Bill Largest Downtown Tin and Radiator Dealer Says Wa hov. 590-13 naw 640-13 ILL SIZES FOR IMPORTED C Nt, Broadway Radiator t Tin Ca. 731 NO. BROADWAY Ma. 1-1770 Ml. JJ2I FSLED HEIGHT 18 Machlgnnn SECOND Mr. Preaident Intelligent Bernmora) FIFTH Kuthle S. Dada D-irree Misa Hubbard SIXTH 7 Dark Desert FOURTH 12 Caloremeter 11 Brassy 6 Colorado Fox SEVENTH 20 Wlsevlew S Pop Pal S I Froo EIGHTH cobar, lightweights. C'trvBamnkln IS Emerald Mr. Prosecutor 15 Brecon Be'cna 12 Kins Phalanx S Slip O Ned 4 Best bet EMERALD 8 19 15 7 21 9' (Clear, Jaat: ilrit pot 10: U a m., PDT) j fur51-Clm'" '1'-'6i f' SIng And Danca ill a-Burnt Th RACE ENTRIES AT AQUEDUCT Tina S.. 103. Smith , 14 40 6 60 4.0O Pride o Tooj. 117, Carmlch'l 6.20 3.80 Shady Bull, 113. Pulldo 3 60 Time. 1:44 2-S. Alo ran Im A Shy-guy. Oay Majesty, Rancho Domingo. Gold Plumage, Ita Cauatln. No acratchea.j FOIRTH Cimg., 3-yr.-old up. 6 Jur.: Ang. 108. Comreras . 14 80 6 80 4.20 Helghmng High, 117, Burton 4 60 2 80 Prlncesa Lupe, 115, Burgln a 80 Time, 1:12. Alio ran Olynrol, The Fat One, Madame Wholalt. Winning Su, El Cammo Real, Princa Oeorga, l-Vlckl Lady, f-Boo Berte, f-Ima Oracle. Scratched Dark Karlm. Redywm. Doomiday, Sam Govana. FIFTH Cimg.. 4-yr.-oldi up. 0 fur.: PortS '..'VndVad. S:Jj;(ff)-Jess Mortensen, the Casey rraina uong. iia. carmicnaei ... 2-o,cni.1 t r.V flaM Shelton Cleared 7ft. at 6-10 Mortensen ANN ARBOR, Mich., Jun 13 RACE ENTRIES AT LINCOLN FIELDS a-Fleets choice. IIS Dreamworld Indemnify . . . . 106 Sickle Rote Reterlia .. 115 a Jacoba-Bleber entry. HECOND Clm., 4-yr.-oldg ml: a-Montlra .... lna-HarryB. v.ronoc iij Blue idle Tim, 1'lf 1-a Alan n V V . t . 11S .Tada Vmnrn Hill', tt,,lla I lahl Iru.' ,....,,,, , winKum, jseau neatner, i-k)uiireit up. stashed away another NCAA hampionship today the fourth in four tries as University of Southern California coach but It his acg about l'a ml. iwomerey (Clear and taati Pdit 12 noon, PDT) FIRST Mdn. 3-Tr.-old. 1 ml.: Mllnlck Ill Marleehen ... Ill BTblann . . ins Larry'a Plura.. Ill Burtin Bubble 1U Azlncourt .... 116 1 wmi Out '"" Wood Run Ill Camoeslno . . 110 1 5,1 Hold Blue Roger .,. 116 Little Burden. lUil-roit " Ltlla Rookh .. . 114 Machtgonna .. 114 : ikrraoi Brad P. ...... 119 Air Battle .... UIiSht!, SECOND Mda. 2-yr.-oldi. S fur.r a nir ttime Question . 118 Coronation Boy 118 b Daffin-Btern entry. .J?.?,?". .?!S R"5!m" '.'5 L 'O'lTH-Mdn. 2-yr-old.. SV4 fur.! rrojiaent. 118 D,vaiatlon ... in a-811ver State' . 113 115 ' f.Rhnt.n a r-1 a ..i . Ill Siete Once, Radioactive. Rebel Song. Carbon Canyon. Daily Doable paid itISOO IVi SIXTH Mdn. 2-yr.-old, 5't fur.: Flight Currant, 117, 1 , Di, n t-n 1 i i nan 1 n i, . , , . ...... . . - n Ha 1 1 1 V. V, I i ..... -.j u.uv auiT, . .o ; v itif me, jif. fiuiiim ... a.u 11c oLiii uau a uirai. Srvi i'i """" itequeei. mniNavy Bean soup, 120, onampagna 2 60 pi vrlrtiie'"' 11? ,frm.,n J,1?' Tlm' 1;0K 1"5- A1" ran Musi. Pool- BattleMount , 113 New Liberty . 113:Himii. f.r.nmn mi. i.b,, b.i. lumDer. Ernie SneltOtl 'WeSlff StaTe-SerV;?, entry.' 1 16 j 8c"!t-C'2 W , J ,!came Oh, SO Close to the much- .1... . "j;. . g" J-'r.-oidi up, hurdles, vhi., UP, , tali.pri.of spvpn fnnt i,.mn nj'ffier- i'utchioHcontreV.. Ml ..ftthls year's championship which 14i ua:ft vvuic. ill, mKrifv 1111 Time. 1:52. Also ran il4!Rny. Custom Made, Longnecker, Little 135 1 Sport. Dawn Breaker. Scratched Jenny 1., oir ryiqn. r.iiiHTti cimg.,. j-yr.-olda tip, 1 ml. concerned Ernie high who 144 b-Salemaker ,. 152 Roll Call H ... 140 Crag 140 Phosphor 144 a-Trout Brook 144 Svordet 140 3 no onrlorl voatot-Hav .Bf Arrival air; Blckly L. ... 118 Mr. Pre-ldenl. 118 nevgntal ?et for Home.. 118 Blxte Twa .... 118 Terrify ahagayo 113 French t 70 ydn Halcrln. 113. Pulldo . 34.20 12 8A SIM) Jcithara. 10S, Rugger! 16.20 0 60 j Heelsaflyln, 112. Buriln 3 00 in mrv.i ii5 nme, -a. Aiim ran Dark ruiai rrencn mantle . 117 n out 1 1 niBu vimi- j-yr -oioi up. a rur.T 1 mi- Mf .. 117 a-Faoui Tliarr. . 11 Harlr riaaart , 1 , H larirlah flf a 111 r,- --.- r.. RaalnW .... 104 .Ina'a fitaa ' 1 1 e t Ts Vrtlhft 111 O nval r! .. -a ' , I gCTBtChea Party Liu ... Ill Sedgegood ... 118 1 Water Crena 117 Scylax I17I .NINTH Alwca., I-yr.-oldi, 1 ml. 70 naaa 1 T A T1 e Rrnvn ante yOfl.: FOIitTH Alwcs . 4-yr -old uo. f fur : FIFTH-Alwc... 3.yr..o1d flllleg. - fur.:'10' "'JontrJrM 4 80 3 20 1 3 S?i"id0 ' 52Jii nOMooMoo.a .. 110 Honor" lis BurS I"'" . " 3 00 wood H 112 Ashed ....... 107 , rrlsonr US Garatara .... 115 fim, i ti m, ran Tntaaritv Clled Orphan ., 112 Bra.ay 112 ; Small Payor ... 115 Faint Hop .. llol Ladr Holllater Tall im i T rhaVkli' Sua Im Thlna .. 1 1 1 1 Riuy N Ilia 1in n ail. 1m LIOJ KOIimn, Tall to. B. CHarkeg, f .rorirr,.;.. ' ' ill " fi. y., ' ' f.u"" .IXiStar ram. acratcnea RUMian Chance t Tit nme, -a. Aiirn ran Dark ruiai, ilin "" 117 Nickelodeon. Fiery Chief. Kay Em Count. I-eVeaaa 117 1 Major Khal. Sonic Bpeed, Night Com-5iiet jn mand, f-Strlp, f-Ronmlk, Vanchuk. No image 117 117 FIFTB Optl. elmg.. 4-yr.-uld up. ( fur.: Parklea til vir.t chann loa Manltngo 112 EMulr Mia Hubbard '. 107 MM Andrawa. 106;CL,!ini...i 0 Beaorra i 10 rananio . , . . 123 Capeador 102 Invigoralor . 109 Matagorda . , , 105 Armageddon . , SEVENTH Clme . 3-rr -nM. niyiHiH cunt.,' -jrr.-iai up, irti informer 114 Talnra MnrphDeb ... HOHappyMood . 121 KvenlmOut . 131 10a! ih i-oumy Handicap. 3- t'1, it itu.vw eoaeq, ml SIXTH Alwca., 3-yr-olda. fur.: Ipind llesolendent ., 110 Couninr Ipresa King Phalanx . 108 Bumpkin ... ltl Domaull Thunderblrd .. 108 Oil Palntlni , 112 count Cain ins 110 said Mortensen, whos charges piled up 68 1720 points In winning their sixth straight title. The first two in th streak were under Jess Hill. "It's too bad he couldn't do it when the bar was raised to seven feet Still It was awfully high and the wind might have had something to do with his missing. He'll try again at the National AAU Championships thi3 week end, although he told me he doesn't think he has a chance now but he's discouraged because he came so close," said Jess, Ernie couldn't have come much closer. On each of his three tries at the seven-foot mark which Is akin to the four minute mile and 60-foot shot-put his calf, knee or tnkle barely brushed the crossbar, each time it wavered before fall- 4nc anrl t Via nrri-urrf nf 1 A KOfl nrh ci AGUA CALIENTE, Mexico, braved the hot weather Ernie went over seven feet when the bar was at 6ft. lOin. Ara Time in Featured Win at Caliente June 13 (JF) The 4-year-old R, C. Ellsworth filly, Ara Time, TENTH Cimg., U fur.. 3-rra -old up. Ahecui. 115. Andrade 0 40 4 80 4?0lunn thm faarnrarl ra.'ai hv Vialf 0 20; " Artlllerlta. 107. Oroha . . S SO Stimulate Me, 107. champaena 8 20 Time 1:10. Also ran-senator Bob.' Tree Fuaano. Raya Devil. Bee, Kid, Mon Ioco Reto .... 114 Power Drive . 108 ay Jay Oe .. 113 Mr. Prosecutor 117! nl Be Swayed . .. All It Worth. POP'I PHI 115 I FT0O 119 flllnger 120 Blue Teal . Vlseelew ..... 115 Down Topder flOBTrlClmg., 4-rr.-oldi up, Solid Red ..... Ill B.ue P.oau ... Ill Woodsld .... 12i ! Klnda Rough. . . 120 Plui Foura .11 120 Biddy Bid ... Fitia Foura Oame Chane 107 Sun Warrior 119 Smart Ceekl. J0 Firing Record 11? Indian Smok H"! Ail At Onre . 119 " llfiHTH Cimg . 3-yr.-old. l ml - lili Quite HappT ... 118 Datrchea 1 lAiiernaura . . . j 11 rot Kuntar ... 1 incresioi no , "info utow . lip reooia rmeraid ..... l-'O; inscopo Slip O'Ned . f lOiSentlment groaned. His winning Jump was 6ft. 10 in. Shelton will compete Tuesday in the FCC-Big Ten meet at Evanston, 111., and again In the, National AAU meet scheduled Friday and Saturday In St. T not. Inn t !i . in ,'...-.. a tn 1 an i r . mi , -n ,. liuuin, ,M !" K"" " . ... 4Sb"n wasiy nme, palQ " 1 T- a. I.JO ) 11.. gl.a.. I flH CO TMlWei TM A llfVlia. nut Aim, .Tr-i. nmo iii-ajtvn,jaim lUUWIj JLIU Willi IUV 10! Anand. Cactua Mike, Big Brownie. . Timo. anA rnm lengths In th finish drive, re- a length over Touho Did 'In tin Plaeon, Prosperity. w i"i " " "U u no eleventh oombn., 4-yr.-oid up, l1 yards heie today. In ."' Timir 113, Burton t2 400 joo! Ara Time, an entry with also- 4-rra.-old up, 1A 400 1541 TWELFTH ami, 11 ml. 1400: 118 Manumit, 114, Maen 1 30 Owing. 114. oarmiohaal ,. Bangster, 114. Olguin 51 Time 1-4. Also ran Air Minded. Sir 19 pen. piowoeam. vain Jkvst. Taroyi ! 80 7.' A a, 1 ParlHia 1 , t . . i - , J . J ' fig WiProud BosascratehedVri, Junior, lb. 7153 and parl-mutuel bandit 40 jo lurnea ji.w ana ana inira- e . I 10 nliea 7lrana Cd Th day'i attendance was $224,m aawSHgl 'mmWmmmmmmmtim-jmnmm I wkm vaMiw4 mm , mM mm mmm ra-BYfiw,,,,,:, "GO HELP f.1G innnAti." FOR POISON OAK IN FORESTRY DIV. TESTS Poison Oak is one of the big problems of the California State Division of Forestry. 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