The Times from San Mateo, California on June 1, 1953 · Page 11
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Standings PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE W. L. Pet GB 22 .645 -25 .598 3 29 .554 5'i 29 .591 Seattle _,,. 40 - Hollywood 37 Los Angeles ..36 Portland 28 San Francisco 29 Sacramento .27 San Diego 26 Oakland 24 ) 500 King Vukovich Gets Record Payoff 34 34 38 38 .460 .443 .419 .337 9% IHi 12'z 14 16 · Results Yesterday Hollywood 5-6, Los Angeles 4-2. San Francisco 6-3, Oakland 1-0. Portland 4-4, SanDiego 3-8. Sacramento 5-5, Seattle 4-2. Saturday's Results San Francisco 10-1, Oakland 1-2. Portland 3-3, San Diego 2-1. Hollywood 6-2, Los Angeles 5-0 Seattle 7-10. Sacramento 6-0. Game* Tdetdaj Seattle at Hoiljwooo. San J*rancl»co a- Portland. Sacramento at Oakland. Los Angeles at San Ditgo. CALIFORNIA LEAGUE W. L. Pet. . GB .650 .636 .614 .523 .488 .415 .405 .273 1 5 6% 9% 10 16 San Jose 26 14 Fresno _. 28 16 Modesto 27 17 Santa Barbara 23 21 Stockton 20 21 Bakersfield 17 24 Visalia 17 25 Ventura 12 32 Results Yesterday Stockton 3-3, Visalia 2-3. San Jose 1-5, Santa Barbara 0-8. Fresno 9-4, Ventura 6-0. Saturday's Results Stockton 5, Visalia 2. Santa Barbara 11, San Jose 9. Ventura 5, Fresno 2. Modesto 8, Bakersfield 5. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. GB Brooklyn 27 Milwaukee 25 2M, 3% 6% 12% St. Louis 23 Philadelphia . 20 New York 19 Chicago --12 Cincinnati 12 Pittsburgh 13 28 .317 14 Results Yesterday Brooklyn 4-4, Pittsburgh 3-1. Cincinnati 8-6, Milwaukee 6-8. St. Louis 6, Chicago 2. New York at Philadelphia, rain. 14 13 15 14 19 24 24 28 .659 .658 .605 .588 .500 .333 .333 .317 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. New York 27 11 GB .711 -- Clevtland 22 15 Chicago 25 18 Washington 23 20 Boston 21 21 St. Louis 18 24 Philadelphia ..18 24 Detroit 10 31 .505 .581 .535 .500 .429 .429 .244 Washington 5-4, Boston 4-0. Chicago 7-4, St. Louis 4-7. New York 7, Philadelphia 1. Cleveland 8, Detroit 1. 4V4 4% 6% 8 11 11 18% WESTERN LEAGUE W. L. Pet Colo. Spring*...26 12 .684 Denver ; 27 14 .639 Pueblo _ 22 17 .594 Sioux City 18 20 .474 Omaha 18 20 .474 DesMoinei 15 21 .417 Wichita 17 27 .386 Lincoln _ 12 24 .314 Result* Yesterday Denver 5, Des Moines 3. Colorado Springs 4, Oreahs Lincoln 15, Pueblo B. Wichita. 7, Sioux City 3. GB Vz 4% 8 8 10 12 13 TEXAS LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Shreveport 31 15 .674 Fort Worth 26 22 .542 Dallas _.._ 25 22 .532 Tulsa 23 21 .523 Houston 24 22 .522 Beaumont 20 27 .426 San Antonio 19 29 .396 Oklahoma City ....18 28 .391 Remits Yesterday Shreveport 10, Houston 3. Oklahoma City 16, Tulsa 15. Beaumont 12, San Antonio 10. Dallas 4, Fort Worth 1. W. L. Pet. . SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION Birmingham 2fi 21 .530 Nashville _.. 27 24 .529 Little Rock 24 23 .511 Atlanta 28 26 .500 Memphis 23 24 .489 Mobile 25 27 .481 New Orleans 24 27 .471 Chattanooga 20 26 .435 Results Yesterday f Little Rock 5-4, Memphis 4-3. Birmingham 5-4, Atlanta 2-11. Chattanogoa 8-3, Nashville 7-4. New Orleans 34, Mobile 0-5. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W. Kansas City 25 St. Paul 26 Indianapolis 25 Toledo ...23 Louisville _ 20 Charleston 19 Columbus _ 16 Minneapolis _.. 16 Results Yesterday St. Paul 10, Minneapolis 9. Louisville 4, Kansas City 3. Columbus 10, Charleston 3. Toledo 11-1, Indianapolis 4-2. L. 16 18 20 23 20 23 23 27 Pet. .610 .591 .556 .500 .500 .452 .410 .372 Fresnan Takes 89 Grand for Speedway Win Recheck Drops Agabashian Car From Second to Fourth Place INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (IP)--Bill Vukovich, a holiday driver with a heavy throttle foot, wound up today with 35.798.78, for his Memorial day duel with the road, at nearly 130 miles per hour, as he won the thirty-seventh annual 500- mile speedway race. Vukovich, a 34-year-old Fresno, Calif., chauffeur making his third start in the classic, actually was paid $89,496 96 for his winning venture, but 60 per cent of it belonged to car owner Howard Keck of Los Angeles. But Iks '.-.-inning pilot, who, a year ago was leading the field by 25 seconds with 20 miles Ib go when he rammed into the wall, got other benefits, including' a new car, six trophies, a watch, a dog and a set of tools. Biggest Payoff The cash payment to the car was the largest in race history, surpassing the previous record of $63,612.12 paid to Victor Lee Wallard in 1951. It included lap prize money of $29,250, at the rate of $150 for each lap he was in front, as he pased the field on 195 of the 200 laps. Vukovich sopped up his first gravy for his win yesterday, getting appearance money for showing himself to the crowd at a Winchester, Ind., race. Another Saturday racer, Jimmy DaywaK, ran in the event and suffered minor injuries when he cracked up during time trials. Daywalt, who finished sixth in the "500," was named "rookie of the year" for his run. Official checking of the electric timer yesterday disclosed that Vukovich failed to lead from laps 49 through 53 after his first pit stop. Instead Freddie Agabashian was in front on lap 49, Jim Rathmann on 50, and Sam Hanks on 51 through 53. Takes Lead Again But then Vukovich sailed in "ront again and stayed there to the finish, averaging 128.740 miles per hour and requiring barely six minutes less than four hours for he 500-inile jaunt. Vukovich set speed records most of the way, except between 275 and 375 miles, when the field was slowed because of accidents, and after 425 miles, when he eased up on the g?.i pedal because lie had a throe-lap lead on the field. Early s in the race he traveled between 133 and 134 miles per hour and later ran over 131 miles per hour to keep ahead of the pack. Trailing him at the finish, and also at the pay line, came Art Cross, La Porte, Ind,, $27,296.97; Hanks, Burbank, Calif., $16,421.97; Agabashian, Albany, Calif., $12,946.97, and Jack McGrath, Pasadena, Calif., $10,621.97. First reports had Agabashian finishing second, Cross third and Hanks fourth, but the recheck disclosed the Albany racer had been credited with one lap too many and the revision dropped him from second money to fourth with the other cars each advancing the posi- :ion. Heart Attack Fatal Five accidents involving six cars and five drivers occurred, but none were injured seriously and only one hospitalized today. Aiady LindeL, Pat Flaherty, Bob Free! land and Duke Nalon all spun once and Gene Hartley twice. Nalon's mishap occurred when he swerved to miss Hartley, in his second spin. 'Flaherty was in "fair condition" in the hospital today. One death resulted from the race, howevar. Carl Scarborough, 38, Clarkston, Mich., died two hours after he suffered a heart attack after he was taken from his race car. Heat of 130 degrees on the track took heavy toll of boht drivers and machines. Only 12 cars were running at the finish o£ the race, 15 relief drivers sat out and only seven pilots went to the final flag without relief VUKOVICH WINS 500-MILE RACE. Bill Vukovich of Fresno, in his fuel injection special, crosses the finish line to win the 500-mile Me. Sports World Over Week-End morial day race at the Indianapolis speedway. Vukovich led the race from the start with the exception of two laps. IKTERNA r iXONAL LEAGUE W. Montreal __ 23 Rochester 18 Toronto ,, 20 Ottawa 19 Buffalo _...16 L. 12 12 17 18 16 21 19 22 Baltimore _ _...16 Syracuse 14 Springfield 11 Results Yesterday Montreal 4, Springfield 0. Rochester 7, Toronto 3. Syracuse 9-2, Buffalo 2-1. Ottawa at Baltimore, rain. Pet .657 .600 .541 .514 .500 .432 .424 .333 Brown Wms Singles MILL VALLEY OPV--Tom Brown won his third Mill Valley Tennis club (ingles title in four years yesterday, defeating Nick Carter, 2-6, 0-3, 8-3. Brown earn*d the perpetual trophy by hit victory. Bill Would Prohibit Signing of Preps SACRAMENTO Ult--A bill prohibiting baseball clubs from signing minors to contracts before they finish high school or use up their amateur eligibility has been passed by the assembly. The bill sent to the senate Sain tirday night would permit scouts to talk to the athletes. By United Prese HOLYOKE, England--Joe Carr of Dublin won the British amuteur golf championship, beating Harvie Ward of Atlanta, 2 up. INDIANAPOLIS--Bill Vukovich of Fresno, Calif., won the 500-mile auto race. NEW YORK--Tom Fool won the $50,000 Suburban handicap at Belmont Park. PARIS--Ken Rosewall, Australia, won the men's singles title and Maureen Connolly of San Diego, Calif., won the women's singles crown in the French international tennis championships. STANTON, Del.- Delaware Park. -Cerise Reine won the $30,000 Delaware Oaks at CAMDEN, ,N. J.--Versify won the $20,000 Colonial handicap at Garden State Park. BALTIMORE, Md.--Spinning Top won the $20,000 Black-eyed Susan stakes at Pimlico. INGLE WOOD--Fleet Bird won the $50,000 Argonaut handicap at Hollywood Park. CHICAGO--Royal Bay Gem won the $30,000 Peabody Memorial at the Lincoln Fields meeting at Hawthorne, Downs. BOSTON--Andre won the Tomasello Memorial handicap at Suffolk BAY MEADOWS--Rush Hour won the $5000 San Francisco Symphony pace, beating Patrick Primrose by a length. CHAMPAGNE, III.--Illinois won the Big Ten outdoor track championship. NEW YORK--Manhattan won the team title in the IC4A track and field championships. -PALO ALTO--Southern California won the Pacific coast track and field championships. Suggs of Atlanta won the women's cross- country Weathervane championship. ST. LOUIS--E. J. (Dutch) Harrison won the western, open. PARIS--Ken Rosewall and Lewis Hoad won the men's doubles title m the French international tennis championships; Doris Hart and Shirley Frey won the women's doubles; and Vic Seixas and Miss Hart won the mixed doubles title. Golf League Led By St. Catherine's St. Catherine's defeated St. Raymond's 12 to 0, to lead the Peninsula Catholic Men's Golf league with 23 points in a 10-team tournament at munkipaal links here yesterday. Our Lady of Angels trailed by half a point, after downing St. Charles, 12 to 0. In other matches yesterday, St. Gregory's No. 1 whipped St. Gregory's No. 2, 8% to 3%; St. Matthew's No. 2 defeated St.. Charles, 6 to 0, and St. Matthew's No. 1 won over Si_ Bruno, 7% to 4%. Trailing St. Catherine's and Our Lady of Angels in the point standings were St. Gregory's No. 1, 16%; St. Bruno, 12; St. Raymond's, 12; St. Matthew's No. 1, 11%; St. Matthew's No. 2, 7%; St. Gregory's No. 2, 5%; St. Charles, 4%, and St Charles, 0. Khal Me Gold Gels Tijuana Photo Win AGUA CALIENTE, Mex. OB--It took a photo finish to do the trick, but Khal Me Gold won the featured Memorial purse while romping as the only 3-year-old In the field. Rex C. Ellsworth's runner nosed the finish wire barely ahead of Miss Cross S. yesterday to pay $4.20, $2.80 and $2.40, touring the six furlongs in 1:11. Douglas Captures Swrihern Gal Net ALTADENA (IP)^Jon Douglas, Simta Monica high school student, today held the junior boys' singles crown in the fifty-first annual Southern California junior tennis championships. ' Douglas captured the title yesterday by scoring a surprise victory over Myron Franks of Beverly Hills in a grueling match that ended 6-3, 8-fi, 7-9, 2-8. 6-4. '''iHiiiHiiiinniiiHiiiiiiimiHiiiiiiii WHEEL BALANCING and ALIGNMENT Open ETeniugs Tfll 12 Brake and Tire Expert*--Recapping Seat Covers FUNKE ROCHA 885 Sen Mateo Drivo * Dl 4-7646 Bowling Burlingame FRIDAY'S MIXED FOURSOME Won is Lost 3 Burlmgame Salvage No, 1 ups-Downs Eagles ..................... J2U, gil Rltz-Verant ............. 12 9 Dees-Does ,...; ............. u 10 Sharp-Shaffer ............. 10 11 3aa Mateo Produce ........ 9 12 Fadelli-Nofziger ^ .......... 8 13 Hall-Daugherty ............... 5 13 Burlingame Salvage No. 2 ..... 3 ;.5 Team Scorinr li 1 '. 2nd 3rd Total Burl. Salvage No. 1 ---- 831 633 5(1--1855 San Mateo Produce. .. .555 612 530 -- 1697 Sharp-Shaffer ·.622 610 Eagles 613 618 HHl-DaU2hert7 584 588 Ups-Down» 608 621 Dees-Doei 512 7» Burl. Salvage No. J . . . . 4 9 3 543 632--1864 574--1709 847--1719 613--1842 585--1581 HiU-Verant 522 015 4B»--1639 FaclelU-Nofzijer 594 643 574--1709 Hirh Individual flo Murphy, 211; Rose Marie. Shalier, M5. 0 Kramer Wins Series, But Loses Finals NEWPORT BEACH (tB --Jack Kramer ended up winner today of his U. S. professional tennis tour against Australia's Frank Sedgman, but not without the Aussie having the last word. Krarner emerged victorious In the series, 54 games to 41. Kramer had clinched the series several weeks before yesterday's final play at Balboa Bay club, but Sedgman won the final meeting before a sellout crowd of 1000, 6-3, 10-8. Pancho Segura emerged on top of a 71 to 29 game decision over Aussie Ken McGregor. Segura downed McGregor, 6-4, 3-8, 7-5; yesterday. The doubles wound up in m dead heat with the Aussies capturing the final struggle, 6-4, 8-4. Each team won 49 games. Trojan Trackmen Eye Title Meet STANFORD (IB -- The Univer sity of Southern California sig nailed today it was ready to de fend its NCAA championships by posting its 13th successive Pacific Coast conference track and fielc title. The Trojans, by amassing 59y 2 points, far outdistanced the rest ol the conference members in the 23rd annual PCC meet here Saturday But while the Trojans were routinely fashioning the team championship, it was Stanford's all- around athletic great, Bob Mathias, who was mnking the news. In his athletic swan song, Mathias turned in one of his best track performances, taking individual, scoring honors with 12 points. Blond Bob lost a photo finish in the low huddles, racking the same time (25.2) as winner Jack Davis of Southern Cal; tossing the discus 160 feet 6Vs inches for third, and the shot 50 feet 4% inches for a fourth. He was third to Davis in the high hurdles. Only one meet record went by the boards as 8500 fans.basked in the sun at Stanford stadium. Parry O'Brien, USC's world record holder in the shot, set a new conference mark for his pet event by tossing the 16-pound shot 5{ feet 2% inches, to crack the olc mark of 57 feet 4% inches set by Otis Chandler of Stanford in 1950 Davis tied the meet record oi 14 seconds in the high hurdles The record waf set in 1950 by USC's Dick Attelesey. Some, of the other good marks included the mill run in 4:12.3 by Bob Fornia of Washington; a 47.3 timing in the 440 by Jim Lea of USC; the half mile in 1:52.7 by Lon Spurrier of California; the 174 feet % inch mark by Trojan Sim Iness in the discus, and the 9:17.8 two-mile turned in by Al Fisher of Washington State. Trailing USC in the scoring were, in order, California 37%, Stanford 30%, Washington State 27y 2 , UCLA 24%, Oregon and Washington 14, Idaho 10% and Oregon State 7. Major Leaders NATIONAL LEAGUE Player and Club o AB R H Schoendienst, St. Louis.40 167 31 62 Greenxrass, Cincinnati.36 1*1 ?8 91 WyrMtek, Philadelphia.29 106 Ig 38 Ashburn, Philadelphia .35 135 23 47 Mathews, Milwaukee. AMERICAN Ken, Boston V'sraon, Washington R asen, Clevelen d... Sutler, Philadelphia Mantle, Hew York.. Pet. .371 .382 .358 .348 .331 .38 133 3O 44 LEAGUE .35 128 24 47 .43 165 3t M .... .37 139 22 47 .338 .32 127 15 42 .331 .38 147 3D 48 .327 .361 .339 EIOME BUNS Ciunimela. Dorters 17|Kluszewsfci, R«da 12 Mathewa, Braves, 14| Rosen, Indians - 10 RUNS BATTED IN Ciimpnela, Dodgrs 541 Jablonski, Cards 35 Mathews, Braves 37|VolImer, Senators 33 BUNS Campnela, Dodgrs 37| Snider, Dodgers 35 Mantle, Yankees 36 Mlnoio, White Sox 35 HITS Schndlenst, Cards 621 Kuenn, Tigers S4 Vernon, Senators 56| Busby, senators S3 PITCHING (Based on Pour Decisions) W-LI . W-L Slurkont, B'aves 6-01 Ford. Yankees 4-0 Shea, Senators Hooper, Indians Lopat, Yankees · 4-0 FURNACE · Service · Repairs ENGLAND'S Heating and Sheet Metal · 316 Eighth Ave_ San Mateo 4 Dl 3-8397 Dl 3-3603 WE FIX 'EM · Washers · Ironers · Dryers · Gas and Electrie Ranges · Hot Water Heaters · Freezers · Refrigerators · Disposals Hot and Hold Service APPLIANCE COMPANY 226Lorton Dl 3-4517 Tom Fool Seen * Big Threat to Dancer's Hopes Greentree Star Captures Suburban Despite Heavy Impost NEW YORK (tP--When Native Dancer, the 3-year-old star, begins running against older horses this year he'll get some serious competition from Greenti-ee stable's Tom Fool. While Native Dancer rested for his June 13 -engagement in the Belmont stakes, Tom Fool ran the second fastest Suburban handicap Saturday to beat Royal Vale, by a nose. Belmont Park doesn't beat the drums for its features, but the mile and a quarter Suburban is one of America's top races and Tom Fool made the sixty-seventh running one of the most exciting as' he carried top weight of 128 pounds to a 2:00% clocking. The racing.strip, drying out from a rain, made the time even more impressive. Tom Fool, running a mile and a quarter for the first time, led all the way under Ted Atkinson, but gave the 43,122 fans a magnificent exhibition of speed and courage as he dueled the Enblish-bred Royal Vale through the last eighth of a mile. - Four in Row Only Whisk Broom II, who won the 1913 renewal in 2:00 under 129 pound, ever ran a faster Suburban. And^tijat time, made before electrical devices clocked the thoroughbreds, long has been disputed by many horsemen. Tom Fool has swept his four starts this year, including three straight handicaps, and has been out of the money only once in 24 races. His latest triumph was worth $40,400 to Greentree. A fever kept Tom Fool out of last year's triple crown races-Kentucky derby, Preakness and Belmont stakes--after he was named the outstanding 2-year-old colt of 1951. Considering that Hill Gail, last year's derby winner came out of that race with a leg injury and that Dark Star, this year's derby winner, already has leen retired because of an injury, that fever may have been the best thing that has happened to Tom Fool. Most of the other tracks featured races for 3-year-old colts and fillies Saturday. CARDS OPTION FASZHOLZ ST. LOUIS OB--The St. Louis Cardinals today optioned- right- handed pitcher Jack Faszholz to theit. Rochester, N. Y., farm club in the International league on a 24-hour recall basis. HARVEY WARD Better Man Won, Says U.S. Golfer HOYLAKE, Eng. (IP) _ Harvie Ward, stymied by Ireland's Joe Carr in his bid to become the second American to wbi the British amateur golf championship two years in a row, conceded today that "the better man" won, but also said his fourth round match with Frank Stranahan was the toughest one he played in the tournament. Ward of Atlanta, Ga., was favored to give America its fourth straight title Saturday. But the defending champion, wearing three sweaters and three pairs of trousers as protection against the cold and wind, played his worst golf of the tournament as Carr scored a 2 up victory. Carr, who needed three straight extra hole triumphs to reach the final, didn't play well either, but had the shots when he needed them. "Carr was underrated in Britain, but he has the right temperament for this type of golf. He came along with the right shot at the right time and that's what counts in match play. I just played badly and the better golfer won." Ward lost the first two holes to Carr, did not win one until he took the thirteenth and was 3 down after the morning 18. He fought back to even the score on the twenty-ninth green, but Carr won the thirtieth and remained in front the rest of the way. VETERAN HURLER CHICAGO (IP) -- Pitcher Joe Dobson, the veteran of the White Sox staff, is in his thirteenth major league season. SAN MATED TIMES--U MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1953 Sports on the Air MONDAY ' 7:Wpj»._Boxing OB KKON 9:00 p.m,_Bill Laws on KLX (also 16 *. m.) 9:00 p.m.--Wrestling M KGO-TV M:15 p.rav--Ira Blue on KNBC 10:15 p-m.--Carroll Haasen OB KCBS 10:15 p.m.--Greatest fighti MI KPIX (Maxim-Robinson) ll:M»p.m.--Ira Bine on KNBC 11:00 p.m.--Bob Fonts *n KGO-TV TUESDAY 10:50 a.m.--Bateball quiz OB KVA 10:25 a.m.--Eastern baseball Oi KSFO 10:30 a.m.--1952 afl star baseball game on KYA Ca! Golf Taken By Mrs. Carroll Home club member Mrs. George Carroll put together 85-11%--73V« to take low net honors in the two- day invitational electic tournament at the California Golf club. . Mrs. Ray Morris of the Peninsula Golf club topped the class A field with 84-9',i--74V4. Runnerup was Mrs. B. W. Gilpin, Menlo, who carded 82-S--76. She was trailed by Mrs. Frank Flanagan, California, 85-8 Vi--76%. Class B winner was Mrs. C. B. Simpson, California, who posted 88- ll/4--76 3 ,j- Mrs. Todd Woodell, Peninsula, carded 89-11%--77%, and Mrs. Boy Bigelow, California, followed with 91-ll'/ 4 -- 79%.' Mrs. H. J. Jackson, Peninsula, led the class C field with 89-12-77. She was trailed by Mrs. James Gallagher, Lakeside, 90-12--78. Mrs. A. W. Forsgren ot Green Hills, was third with 81-12%--78%. Three women tied for fourth. They were Mrs. Norman Arter, Merced, 91-12--79; Mrs. Morgan Emlay, California, 9J.-12--79 and Mrs. Hal White, Harding, 91-12--78. Mrs. Warren Higgins, Stanford, led the class D field with 92-15-77, and Mrs. K. M. Reid of the home" club was the runnenip with 95-15--80. Mrs. Charles Barkis, California, placed third with 95- 14y 4 --80%. In class E, two home club members led the field. Mrs. William Hoelle carded 100-20V4--79%, and Mrs. B. E. Colkett followed with 103-2oy4--82%. Mrs. Z. Tatum of Lakeside posted 101-18--83. Mrs. W. F. Wobber, California, put together 101-21--80 to make top honors in class F. Mrs. E. W. Paddock, Califorina, was the run- nerup with 109-22%--86%. The hole-in-one was won by Mrs. A. W. Forsgren, Green Hills, with a shot 1 foot, 4 inches from the cup on the 16th hole. Mrs. Frank Flanagan and Mrs Emlay won the putting honors with 56 and 57 putts, respectively, over the 39 holes. REIFF ARRIVES NEW YORK (IB--Belgian track star Gaston Reiff arrived today by plane from Brussels. The San Mateo Times look at it... it's a big nickel's worth! 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