The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on June 30, 1952 · 38
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IPDeasaiitoii rCijD JPIeasanton Eyes Mark rinT mrn tnuf SAOO. r I liorc- 3 Hhcff Bolt , ,, 1 Kronrl rt 1UH ... Jar l'rudmual 7 Juanita Lc.au .. 4 HIok Tr..in ... 2 l.rvl Wait .... Mully'n Sotul'ella H Wiridrrul' Munver Unit lackvi r Tiil kn !: i-.x-tf i hMni'f w itli tin ..r.. er By Abe Kemp rmlrj hartim. pare; ir.f - VO . , . . K. I 'm n IS- '2 . .U ("raw fnr.l 7 - . . . .1' llmue'i . . M. I'eron.'tdo ti . . . . . K Mr 1" . .(" Cridrl'ill K in J. KrifK 1,'i . . . . I. l,ovier :l"i inr.p rimm Hi.m:io i. Jay rruder.t.al K U I I ture S.Vmi. harm, I'm-r; SY r NTH HA( 1 . f.irl.mo maiden i inre I,ihio. M l ' r It. Rheuler .... J.icob Tai lienetal Kinenhuue I,'iM:i Peri, m, . , . t'ornnndo I..? in . K- ink l'i ;mi e . krl A t.ie . . . Pr. 'r.heuler lihel e t:,-i",.. Ofi.ei I"ii.-r J'u. , C t'ei.teti.irc 7 -.'' V. 0 V O. Crn i.'I'i :: E Ox 5 ... M CiironiiM Hi C H!.t 1" . . . . W. J.nni.u, n ;u :e;.f!r J... oh Tj. K;entia.er Imi'tv to lli.i.-e J.i-f. l 1' Tmdv J Ni.ion.ni 11-' :x-i.K'i , . . , . li . s mut." " 1!.' 1 any Hru.il: .... IX- Brai -e 1 1 Kiiir JliM'f- 1 IVr.rr l 1 x Malt: 'n iJoii I w .i -n li Tl Km Trail . . . M l.e'- 1 1 Til in- Tj X( It l it m i : l; . ix l I iiwt ii.Mi-i. k r i Rnval Aw! .... K M ".!rr 1 1 i I 'no ,iud . . ,1 B. te I lis A...... e.icil.'r Vv Min.i Tru.1v ai'l'Mii ( si if "in. r ' .' 1 rs.ed. K -ii!o: i,i f.ai ea Meeu. l.a... l'i t.ied la.l. . By Abe Kemp PLEASANTOX, Juno (Continued from riiRP 150) t run I i j 1 1 I a pl.utt rivalling Santa Anita, on u small seal1, of rtuirxo. and it will pay fur ltxelf within u few yours." Whiting could be right, l'leasanton'a daily avoi'.igo inutuol li.tmlli' for this soason will ho rifiht nround the $300,000 mark and it With ail aitfiniaiKo ami niutut l would bo ovon bt It or ii" then- wore room onough for the customers I ll.HTII lttj. li turliillts. Im 1 041 I 4 i'nr tiliN: niHiili-ns; ptiri l ,nuil. 1 MMai ;;lll )nnl; quarter lnn'. I.rmtf H ttilmts: pitr .xr.ito, .. i . . K J ie l-'il Jt 7 ,.1-l.f Ii.-.i, N y - T.n.r ;iv!u: J. IV. 1 I ..-i...n!ic: K S J N nrttf M. I r:sn ii hep sets ouh:.:p til;,i;i :nljiop rl:nn-r- 1 KIM'. tjjcdtior.ii. re I tres ie iv Ht IO II V. I .iwc.i l'.'l ;m.st lis nion 1 1 J in 10 201 JO o Hl!l.'...-K 111 in handlo rot-ords f. rtain 1o go by -;'jthi' boards, ih" Alamoda t'ouuty "' :F.ur begins its final wt tU of iao-.'iiir: hciv tomtit l'nu. I Kor the fuM .cut ti.is of i rl;inn. a total ol SJ.iti.lO- w as soi:t through tho maohinos foi' a daily ".invoraRo of S25o.Mll. Tho final i ;avoiat,i' last voar. when Ploasan-s' ion had its big;;...xt mootiiip!. was i",'only $233,802, and tho two hi.u j!!iays tif tho nio''tiiii: art' Mill com--'iinu un this Frit!, i v and Saturday. jlii Fair officials aro pivdiftiii;; an! ll;iavorat:o of tnoro titan $300.000 ! HitvliHl when tho t",irta:it is rtiiiir down NINTH KVtl ti tlirlnne.. Ir.. lllcl ; followill- tht' holiday fillWOlks. J par .il.ii unit ins rluinni.li, :MH t.i DoSDitO SOIltO S t'l'V titl PloasaiV to jcot to the bottinjr booths on busy days. Oospito the crowd. nj,'. Ploasanton handled $395,98'.) last Saturday. On tltt' same day, Loucacros, which counts itself a3 a "major" track, tar above county fair status, did about $100,000. o r niony X. , li I'.i Tiii, le.lu oi ,1 l!pp . . . o it: p I v. is.on 7:!.m Hint F.'i )'in..'h .. N o.iru 2ui . Hot fill of no .: v.l;. Jo.ke. -. . K Bpii.,.pv . J !;oblf.,iii . Milirr . i I .,-.imiir;i Ji. S.n.troi .s . . i . I' ii kit . . K. i'one.i . . . J. Ki ll , ..r ..: : -i' . 1 i.ilV.. 11V 1 li;:t nr.il ile.Hi c.i'.iol i.,ii-i.fn. 111. 1 1 . ( ;ie t hiny .imi anothcl : llavin;: hoard tatiio's studio round by round summarization of tho MaxiiuTiobinson liout, a dear lady in Stockton wants to know "if they always play phonograph records durina: a fight?" Xo. But it's an idea. Especially if thV boys want to waltz. Iiio.s wot. George Dass lias been named on a seven man team that will represent the L'nited States in the international fishing matches off Nova Scotia this fall. Bass will fish for tuna. II U t :t.ii J.lrii. hori'v (.rittlr I ; pitre S'MMI. .(imrtpr i P. iun J - h.--. , i' o : : JoP Keho's ... 1'- H' i-.- 1 -'" B I iO'l J':ul . . . B .-.lMi;t.-. n II.'. 5-C .x Soft..- S!n:-." . . 1. BO"i li;. 7-2 1 Si-.epipr ? i p.. 1-. Ii.,r. -.-p.. . 1-'' ti S.?7:f Br'.- 'i k K. J -.- 1 -'" T-'i I Arui.ni Kp i . ma H F.ti: . I2t 1" :, J'rtpr J'.ppl ... li. !;el-..A 1 L'.'i -C, 4 Kpii S iOpn'.akp- lliilitp: fur 1 l'l -0; Joe Echois ana T.&rd Pr.:l htrateti L-.r', in larft. ft.-ene Sf.'.fier rot o:t of j iilTH lilt K ti lurli.ncs. p toil irrf.-a par nltU And hi: claiti.int: ; all Hiipred! xHiltl, imr.p SI lii". V I". horse - Jo.-i.p - VVt Iru. j 9 Fritz Mann . .11. 8 mm Ki' 0-. 1 Barbed l.ee.? .. K Ztjfc.t 1W J-'-i 1H Mv Battl.:e . . . J. Kolv: -.n t 7 Quon F. -M'l'er 1J 7f uper l'io .... R J.iii inn i;n lu J 5 Armed Freedom Porwr 1J" lti 2 My Imase il. lt: 1l fi Ten Ten J fa-'i ua .1 : I 5 Son o' Soil . .J. li'inj-er; r.i U't 1 ' l 3 Smoky Jet t. eiiermin 12rt 1 j- il' P. Hr rue - J ...hp Wt. IM' ft Bp.ks Bid Boy..J Siiermici lis !' - 1 Binzp;lioiit .... ti. l'.ckpr lis .1 .". Nut l'.c.i J M.'OMen 1-1 .X 'l Mi in ... . V M.!,r 1 1 "' - li K.r-I Post . . . .1 N:.i...'J.,:l 11J 1" 7 S!..i.;..- Joe ..,.1'.. I'nli.n. on lis l "i s 1 . 'i i .i Si'M. . ii i'::;lu.-"i 1-1 t 1- r.ri. f ... X N.n-: .n 11'. l in .. .. p K :r;t , . K. B- iIpv I 1.1 -ii - Huhii ImniP .... M. i 1 1 S :u) Tins race Wl.i r;. i1" llivh. B.ol V'ov v : m of l-aj eutiy ti!p:ih, li.n .o.i'li if .!. Blarpil.,!-. n l ist efl.;i . ::r.;iroi!nt ton type weather last week, when the thermometer took a nose dive, the attendance at the racing was up almost 10 per cent over 1931. Mel Lewis and Dick Boasley are paeir.t: the jockey colony with six days of the niootincr, roiuaiii-ini. Each has reached tho winner's circle on ten occasions, with Freddie Miller next in line with seven victories. Alvin Hetrick horse hooters I Seals Win--and Lose uncos from thc'Oaks tied the score in the seventh ii m ii rii I map 7i r,i. a riir, leads the quarter ..Ms ami in.; ciaimlnc I,tltiU lu SHUDi..j a fj.0 0- winner: .HIl- ."1.1 vo. re l.ee 0 f. il . o Ar.i ti Wfitir l'i r:.ji.:tte' . s Mmiiani B.'ii 2 S t ik B..I.V .. i r .i n M.i.-v r.'.e...,:. 7 M irtpps . . . :; Son: Kff .rt . 1 l"t!.-p All . . M;y ! pp s !;is; hetter '.n i r tvi! "pi r,."e i.fi m :i.l .li..-,..-i . . . J Bi.ive: . . V. Y.utf.l ... . J. It. II . . i:. n-.K.ty J. t'i-:i Wt i'.u 121 l-l Feature of Friday's Fourth of -I July program wi'Lbe tho Stars o.oiand Stripes Handicap, which will boast a S2.500 purse, largest ever . J. NifP.ii-n! . . J. Wal.-i . . K. Sl.u.tl ...K. I'.'-ne?.. t:. scviu 117 7 ii j iiiioresented at the local fair. 112 21' j (Continued from Page 37) a vol ted till il- , biif i iyhtfiolder. Probably they were thinking that, but for the circumstances of position, that could have been mo. In the eiyhth the Seals could do nothing against Allen Cettel, the fom tii Oakland liurler. so the big fellow got his eighth victory. t.ettel was the sixteenth player Ott used in his successful effort to halt San Francisco's sensational one game winning streak. Oakland got out in front, 3 0, 117 2" 1 1 7 2" ln7 :'ll IMS n.ed ! n to i.a:i.lle. C'.o;,- Kruz Macm r.ee.ie.i l...sl and ?ir;n..i'..i f, i. k. Barbed Heeis fai'.ed as lavorite. iiy Butcl..e Oireat to top no. SIXTH HACK ri furlongs-., Ipss UIK tert; ;t ypar olds; m-iiilt-ns; pnrsp Sl.tlOO. HuJ.se Gltttermif 3 Firomisi . ?'ttince ...... Put On . . . . . Wooilruff . . . Square Koof . Willi Blue . . . Pappy'n H..je Bird Sliooter , Mintllne .... Giif termiss l.n . Ftromisfl lair effort early font. P P. 9 I 7 ft 2 5 S 10 .1 4 JoCKey . . J. Nli'hol.on J. . .. r. Be .-: U.HI.MII BAIL 1 mile 111 ar.ls: :t year n,u and tti ; vlaiining; all entered sou: pnrsp l,luo. . .1 en . r.. J '-. -on b. u.pii J. I'3 .1 . ,E. B..f'if4 . K. H:m'n.'i:! O. T'ecierlii i Wt. J'.i 112 .V 1 7- 2 1 12.1 -1 i 1 1 . : ; I-., ie 117 It'! 112 1 " j 117 1 3 I 12') 1 12 tt'.c i'.i'. Horse J.n-i.ev Wt. 1' u. 10 P.- Pai. !l x It ATI 1IKO .") finJy B Ij. . . . J. Robinson 1 2 ' r. I KM Rival K. Beaxley 120 7-2 7 Ut-Z O. Parker 11") ti i ... ,-. J Por-.T 12" In .1 '. ori.-i ,-'.e..n . .A. Si prni m "It". Id I::ne . . . . V li f( lit- it J. Boiv.p1 12H 20 :y Tup ... J. Vh! 120 2o mic J -MoOwen 120 2u .Millie No;taii'. Sir Onvx. l.i I fais.lv Bob Hood upeet. Red Rival '.! 1 5 i j;. fipeer -ip-p. W.e-Z - . ' : - i t'pf .ii'. ;.:uen;uLp ,vi..i.i:!.e . 'nunc 2 Ke.1.: H. t lu t- lincsln.l- i.dv lp t 1 il . -A I Jr. ill.. .11. Aqueduct Entries f.oudv and fast ITRT 5t.j furtoaw: 2 year nUt. Tandica Ann . . . 1 1 1 tv.Vev, n Hlsu ..111 "Bone China ...KltiMij te 'lovt ..111 Tatintinir llftPa-F.:ts T.a'.c ..111 Acres Ill Mrs. Mao Ill a-Cnee Oaka . . . 1 1" !-f;rayar.;ine ...111 Wc.f 111 !ov llrt Fresh Tonic ....11" M..rrh Brown ...11 Slaee Lover .... 1 ! t-Peaoeful Oil's m a-Jone and Cuf'.rnan entry ; b-Newtor,-dale Stable and O Brien entry. KKC OXP 7 tutfonxi: 4 year o ia ut. Heavenlv Hash Texas F.ewa:.l ..11" Tumbler 1 1 :? Irvir.iton lis Fanborouch .... 1 1 1 Princess Rose ..Ids MiEritv Son ...lllitvD Home 117 c Scholir . 10S -i-.jq'iapir.s Gus l2n Sister Louis ...113 Bestta 11' Albion li:iBi .e P.ov 117 Proos 117 Brown miwn ,,n What 11 U i-Fa.r sell .... a-FUnu entry. THIRII About 2 nsl'e: 4 rear o'.d Richard A 1 M Fonda 1.19 Tr.oarn 1 ."Sfl I-" irf herinore ....11 Insm Monktv . . 1:19 a-Ktttra .144 Le Faun 1 :tf o-n-:ne dale ...1 to a-5t.-ii?'e 1 ."SO Korbi-i len ' . . . 1 '.c b-Tourelay ....134 Semper Kdem ..112 a-Cock entr", b-uiCites entr-,. FOVRTH 5i furloncs; 2 year oil". S-pllea Round . . 1 1 7 I.ient StUD 11 Incrimination . . 1 1 7 CocRfteld . ......117 Hueso 117 Erin Go Bragii ..II Modest Pet ....117 Riifv Bradlev ll7Jinc:er Teds Jeep 117.rAlaia Disa ... FIFTH 5Vi furlonEa: 2 vear oids. The Preem 117 0.1 Derrick .... Fine Alibi 117 Ravioli Swamuland . 1 1 7 P.esistartce .... Pntliev 117 Fleet Count . Watch Dos . .. . 1 17 Shamrork ... Berendo 117 Gun Point ... Basaanio 117 SIXTH 7 lurlonc'l " year olds Prejoli 112F!ynet Ornament H3Sman I'p-ir . Dalai 1 10 Knot Ilo.e The wencn KEVKNTH I'd miles: 4 vear olds fpnnetale llfiirumpito 1 1 Biff If 110 Discreet .......111 Thirty Love ....lltjRose Beam 1 1 ii KICiHTH 1111 miles: 3 year Ida tin Crosslork . . . . 1 10 lveloia-n 112 Ish Kabble . . . .1 10 Alev 11 Roedna 1 1 5 Sertride ". ....in a-Freck!e Face .112 "ouper P!o' ...11 Bold Request ..I17rx.ttie McO ...1" Venturer 1 12 Kiradiment Ki gwordet 102 Monte I.I mar ...11 R-'Fail Out ... .107 Study Hour ....112 Demi Heure . . . . 1 16 rheoloeian ill a-Wakefield and t'l.irk entrv. -5, t-7 lbs apprentice allowance claimed Arlington Entries Weather clear, tra.-lt fist. 11 . 1 1 .110 .117 . .117 ..117 ..117 ..117 . .117 ..11 . . 1 1 . .112 FTKST 5V furiones: Flo t. Bondor tBarbara U . Gray Reigh. . , Bessemer ... Sudura Que-Le-Hace . Vlckl Diana . snroxn-5 Mandy's First , Lino Drive . . , Marwood tHigh Rating . Run Him Tulle , French Room . Patio Patter . High Hopes . . TH1R11 mile: Black Mittens ..11 old' Aqua Caliente Results Clear and las'-rlltxT 5 furloncs: 2 jr. old nvii.iei Micoka, IIS iLMckiriion , , ..-.ij 2.SII 2..III simce Patrol. Us iriejus.. a. 60 2 xn 1 Reckon. 110 (Dur.rau. d 20 Time l:0l'i. Fancy Pehhle. Aniillln. Peticos Midnit. Above Kctiroafh. Just Fnt. Tul p Now, f-Bonn:e Pico and 1-Miss Pai ivy also ran. f-Fieid. SI'(OM) R furloncs: .1 year oid. Kurly Glory, 106 (Msrailesi ,6.tit) ,V00 4.40 P.rown Pomp. 110 iParkvt i. S 00 r. 'in Cnaraway, llo t.-:idrii.lp . . 7.20 Time l:i:j2s. Miss T.nder, M:ss Kali- brook. Nicoreli, Orlena K.. My Pucj-'v. f-Lrubu. f-Tecur.r.a and f-Luzy Moon u.so ran. f-Fie:d. Tlllltll 6 furlo: c: 4 vear olds and up. Miracle Mile, 113 Trejos ' . lti.bO 7 CO li.tin f-Deacon Joi.es. 107 i Hill 17.20 . 40 .U.l War. 111 Uliiert'H 2. Ml Time 1:13. ReiKlipoise, VooiisH Itpiil. '.eam ?laoa.v. Its a Heal. Rush On. Joys Pride, bornemca, f-Wa:t Don und f-Linda Jane also ran. f-i-ield. IOI Kill -6 furloi irs; 4 e-tr oils up fonclarp. 117 l Huerta . -1 l.su 20 40 7. so M ss I'uffy. 110 iSmitii'. 12.i0ti."(i r-N:liate, 1.17 tTrejosi.. 4.20 Time l:12.-i. V,'e Gambled, F.rnui.Uor, K':',.'oy. Sl eriff Jim. Moose Face. Duvukey, f-T.iue Kay and 1-Reinember Mama aisu ran. f-FielJ. FIFTH 6 furloncs: 4 year old r.nd up Queen Holly. 115 i Trejos .23 40 10.40 ".. so Andina. 112 .Huerta)... 7.40 S 00 Lavin Lady. 117 iLeon'i Ti tiO Time 1:12'-.. Dimples V... Tony's Pal, Aioimc Miss, wi.ee Tuffv. Hill's Giorv. ,oit!iP.i,o. f-nrov:il, l-Aiiiire'.v M. iind :'-T'.un I'lnvtn also tan. f -Field. Pailv Doiililc l .llllii. 20. liohin lls,M)ds Bow Twassgs Agaiisiii $. F. An open bare bow archery tournament will take place tomorrow evening from G p. in. until sunset in the parking area just east of the Emporium Stonestown store. Titled the "Robin Hood Bare Bow Archerv Contest," the coni- j petition is open to all archcis of championship classes A. B and C. Exhibition shooting will also be featured. Novelty exhibition events will include tho shooting of "whistling arrows" such as were used in the days of Robin Hood to signal distress or the approach of dan- er. Tho San Francisco Archers and the Redwood Bow Men of Oak land will conduct the tournament. Tournament registration will not bo necessary. There will bo no shooting fees, and score cards will bo provided. Exhibition shooting will be per formed by Stan Overby Jr., 1950 national archery champion and present California State chain pion. Overby holds seven national archery records. foggy Ortiz, woman's State archery champion, will also be present, as well as the bare bow champion for northern California, Jack Hatton of Brisbane. against Inky Lien in four innings. Because Chapman hit his fifth on Pete Milne s single, an in field out and pesty Hank Schenz's single in front, of Kalin that hit "plop" and refused to bounce out of the spongy turf SINK AGAIN. Came then Ratio's slotnfulncss a iid Thurman's forgetfulness and the Seals were sunk again The Seals' eighth inning flurry in the first game was something to behold. Ray Hamrick singled but was forced by Nini Tornay. Jim Moran ran for Tornay. Brad ford put down a desperate sacri homer of the year in the,icc. iJUnt 0n the third strike second, and a triple in the fourth. Inky lacked the stuff he displayed Tuesday night. The Seals staged another three run uprising on four hits against Bill Ayers in their fourth to tie the score. The Heaths went ahead in the fifth when Johnny Van Cuyk walked Thurman and Frankie Kalin hit a rousing double, his third hit of the game and fifth of the afternoon. Orteig swung instead of tiny Don Alfano and hit a single to the left of the all encompassing arms of Chapman, tallying Moran from second. That run would have been enough, but the Seals were aroused. Gene Klingler doubled and Bill MeCawloy, restored to action after a long layoff, ripped a single that scored Orteig and Klin gler. Kalin got another safety 1 10 Mello J.iok. 113 .110 'Absolute 111 .109 ''Activated ins . 3 05 Mvive Goods .10 .109' 'Captain Carver. 100 .110' Bee Jay 110 . 1 lrt Crossbow Girl ..119 .113 Grey Ptpper .... 113 fur'orics: 2 year o.us. . 1 1 5 Ster-'ier.s U.ri ...11 o .113 Parklea 11. .113 Blue Jpar.s 113 .ins MiifMaVrie 113 .1 I.VEtowaii 1 OS . 1 1 .VTake One 113 .115 Cora Ilea G.ri . . 1 I o .115 Urn' Girl 113 .115 Burma Girt ...,115 3 year o!.1s and u; Aurora I 'eb , . 1 xTH Mile and 70 yrd. 4 vrs ,; V, .-e i":,ncp. 110 i !.e..n i . 4. GO l.su 2 'io IHiiis A sent. 113 il'.'i.-keri 4 .si) 3 I" ij.-pv Shadow. UK irlspnsu :'. 10 Tin' p. 1 :13:,. Like His D'oldv, Mine Jn Anns, G.illo tJil.j. live't Arum, t'oni-I'Ufiinr. O'.aii".'!. t-The Saw. f-Deitoid t-R ideiitou n ai.so m:i. sum.XTH -l l io miles. 4 vr. o up Bv-c-tm, lit Vla;n . , . .10.10 5 SO 4 4 0 Hi Re.ie. 111 I Mason I 8.20 6. iO Tr-i-in- S'ar. lu i uicksn .. Tore, 1:17 flat. Maolf. Ke'olUK.in. R'.irn.nir Te.es. Tonoe. F rst Kngiisfi. T:'V'. ''rest, i-L'uir.mn.Jer ill l-I-'iadS Son a.o :an lilt.HTil - i rr.iles. 4 rear n;j up Wii-AK. -i. Hi .i'ariiPri. 12. SO 20 3. SO Siveu s l-'i-s'., 112 l Huerta i 12.80 'i su Fiept Flan .' 1 1 3 t i.eon ... 3 on T.me, 2.0t,-,. Tropical Sea. R.vii s:',pr, Ha.-pv K'e-i ied. V.ti-l William, S:.i; .N.iCi. Broitri s .S:gn a s.j ra'l. NINTH -M. and 70 vards. I - r o. ur. Mioi !:e Aue. 110 ( M is-jti . 4.20 .I.Sn 2. 'in Ije I'itp. 110 (Parker i .... . 3.103.2" Ls1v I'lav-tair. 10s i i.'.sr,nis.i ' 3 20 Savala Meets Romo Tonight M nacr .del, to Cli. so 2 .40 2 -Mi ve .r I.ou'a Caoers in! 'Pete'l Pest ...H'K Rosily 113 No Reward ....112 Busy Flow Ill -So Fair 110 FOl'RTH 5J fnr!oi): 3 year olds up Impertal Mandy. 1 Ofl 'Fuse Box mo Outskirts 1 "41 Jimmy's Doll . . . 1 '3 KI Pair Me . . . 1 1 3 TrioKr.aph .. ..11s Bogalusa 114 Pharo s Broil er .114 Royal Queen ...1 or Weep N3 More.. 11 I.utz Oirl Iff 'Warmed 'Jier ..lot Band Fly 1 10 Volt H ' FIFTH 6 furl.fcs: 3 year o'ds. Pry Pat 10 "Blen -sand ,,..1'1 Slierif f Grosch . . 1 1 4 'Arir.ona K Ill Mobility 114 Marie ttleen ...100 Giance' 114 L'Ko'oy 114 SIXTH 6 lurloRKs: 3 year o. :-: Wlutleather . . . . 1 1 2 Hedsehlil 112 Shane 1 1 5 a-Irootioi Ma:ti,.107 Boomer lie Ndjht Phara ....110 a-Blne I.Icks ... 1 1 2 a-Watmac Farm and Sunning ia.e I-arm Slabl) entry SKVKMH 7 furionvs; 3 year oals up Knergetlc 1 1 3 Fleet Factor ...111 Rtoner Creek ...113 1'nbridled K'0 TChallcote 107, 'Fair Appraisal loo FIGHTH 11'1 tr.i'es: 3 yr o'ds. Ytitu 112 Famous Corner.. 11V GatliKht 107' Chief Gs.eolj ...112 Isle Sea 117 Braf:eid 117 Bramble Sun . . 107 Grand Juror .... 1 1 3 NINTH (Sub. 17 furloncs: 3 yr. olds Our'jan in F.cii'ing .Mir,d..os Oracile 106 Inje. tor 113 Silver K Ill Rosy Greek 11- Poiy Style 113 'On the Wire ..10s Misnisstppl ... . 1 13 Hoopster US Hark-O-Mint ...113 5 pound" apprentice allowance c a mcd. 17 pounds apprentice ailowaiue claimed. California League Time. 1:11': IWma '.Yuri., o;jr.i!i, Piiara Gjp' n a t in TIN TII i', fur ,:.s-. 3 p,-.r old Tons Ki.inpss, nj ii':ui , li.ou : Sn.'.l : ' 107 iLp"" i . . . . 2 Re; M trb c, 111 Li.k u. -oil - Tone. 1.12 2-5. Tufv's i'o.lif ' A2i:u. Mik.c Tur.e Fa " P.piom.j I...: y Bank On Me Koia-LiaJ. linn1".' a'-o ran. II.IAHXTH G fir a.",. I up: .-'e.o'id Co-v. 112 i I.eon .. 10 HO 5 20 ion Veil: a G.e. ad, lis lAndradei 7 20 4 2n T.-o .' Me 1 o.'l . smiti, i . . 4 Ho T-np, 1 11 Br.Ktit An-'el. T-m Kmnerm. Reidiiv. Mark s Firs'. Bulls Hal. yve. f"'...:o"e;., f-R-.yai C.aim 1-Ijo it Ac in: alio ran. T t.l.l TII IT ! 70 via S' iron;.'", 112 1 Huerta . . . M..tri.- Bum. 111 'Ai!a:rj... 3. 10 2 so V t -1 in t a, 100 . Mason . . . . ii. in Time. I't.'i'-,. Vista Fu-'ano. Bc-h Ic'v. J.u- tr S.-'em. Uadevo, I.adv Ah!,f.' SpU-i.;, f-N,, (ib:.t. it,on. l-S'.ately -Ma d ai -j-:, ti :::-,. el 1 -$2i sO. ,.000 210 mio 3 10 2 ..4 10 Oft) l'2 7 3 2 (. and 11a. i, Romero Bakerfffield . ... Slockton eiirois, Alinter and Is oca. FIRST r, MK Fresno .i-001 """ " ' p Ventura , . . . . . 2O0 010 )3 fi t 2 titatltoa and Leblanc; Schlarb and Weils. SECOND GAM VI Freeno r .010 (HO fl-2 R 0 Ventura 20" 20(1 x 4 7 O Jackson and Phillips; MacNeil and Wells. J.,v I-lir.ovi Night Wire AQl LDl't. T M h Brnwn. hiae,'!- J.'A'i!-im. Jivpliumc. Lle.-tLi. . ,sw:i" " ,-:irirn;rjri ,p, t,.-'r;irp 1 - Hr.Hfl e. Nodf.-t Pfte. rvtl; f ,'(! ."--Swh 'iiiiini.d. I'Mtiifv. K!pe. fi-.'int. K'jtji The rt'h. I'Hia: 7- H f If. Thii-tv I.nve. Ho.te P'ni s !-h K.ihlji, .Monte I.;m;iff KnA l,.st Bi-t HIT If K-pnllH. nU'J KUtiTO . - ?Va k NTif'-n.'-. iffi"y, Pu-v Vow - R'i ns-i l.u'.z f,r . W p Vij .! 1 ' i'tfi'.'e '!;ir;p K-:fi4?n. Nctn My. i ShiC li'.'t'hrT. iftitull ' Ivieri;"! ;c. ( : ieO" p. Kipel K'HMf-r 'liM Ynivsy-1 Cnrr.fr N ,Si.-a p-.sv I'.n'fk Our !'icoiur iUM Hvt i, lump (fifth). Kukula Victor in South End Handball Joe Kukula upset Fat LaRocca. 2US, 19-21, 2118, in the South End Rowing Club handball tour-mem yesterday. Action continues noNt Sunday. Other results: Frarl: Spl ier ,1 dc r-c S.niiii. 21 12, 21-2 I.av Itorroo. r Kene Clanntler 21-1 , 21-M, .lolin Kearney il Boh S broth 21-1n, 21-13, Bin Stanton d. Milt Coleman, 2119, 21-11. FRESNO. June 2rJ. Jimmy Savala, hard-hitting Madera lightweight, and Bobby Romo, Los Angeles, clash in a ten-round main event here tomorrow night. Savala, who took a rest a year ago, seems to be regaining his old form. Romo engaged in a number of thrilling fights at Hollywood Region Stadium, where, on several occasions he was awarded a bonus for engaging in the night's best fight. Casanova Pacheco, a newcomer from Mexico City, makes his do-but in the semifinal against Tiger Red Snyder of Eureka. Army Sergeant Vins Tahoe Golf TAHOE CTT, June '29. ( API Army Sgt. Moots Thomas, of Reno, and Pete Kokon, of Sher- man Oaks, Calif., won low- gross and low net honors resnoctivelv 5.00 r so A .y,oj today in the annual 36-holo Cal- Neva Amateur Golf Tournament. Thomas carded a 73(55 138 over tho Tahoe City and Brock-way courses, while Kokan had a 136-6 139. Behind Thomas in the championship flight, were Trv Cooper, Long Beach. 71-GS 130 and Cordon Wilks, Berkeley, 09-7-1 . .1 13. Trailing Kokon was Nels Cul-lenward .San Francisco sports writer, with 1 11-1-110. Other results included: l-rol.-s.lonal I Unlit :..:.:i 10 I '.ri r.s pu-i-. 7 I-03---1 IO- V,;, , .,.,, T o: ',' .. 1.7-76 -1 l.i; ily Tiio.i.i.s ,a 11 .'.'i-71 I 13. j Wooifii Mrs. le.- ''ji1..-: - i , .... , V. '..7-.i- Itil : Mr. Robert V. ri..--- 1 Tii'.c lsi-1.', !''.s; M - ri R.i.o.lo B ,KtT,l" pl l, 1 S3-17 - li.'.l. Navy Crew Arrives WORCESTER I Mass. I, ,lu n e 29. ( AIM Navy's highly - regarded eight arrived today for workouts on Lake Quinsigamond prior to this week's 2.000 meters lest in the United States Olympic rowing trials. Crystal Springs Muncrief was firing when thejand Ott hustled Milo Candini to relieve Kittle. Candini erased Cheso to stop the biggest outbreak by the Seals in more than two weeks. If you must be reminded, Oakland took the series, five games to one. But the Seals made sixteen hits and seven runs yester day and that's away over their par i or me siaaium course, ur any other course, lately. MUST CiAMK (lAKI.AXH I SEALS louver AH.K.U.E.' Plaver AH. P.. If E. Mone.if -l o 0 (I Mfano.su 3 O 0 0 Sciipii. 2b 4 0 1 O K iincipro-f 3 1 I 0 .loi t'cnsn 3b 4 0 0 0 Mcf'awley.rf 4 0 1 o Gnhen. II) 4 0 1 o Kalin. ,f 4 0 2 0 t'hnpman.of .3 o 0 o Cheso. 3b 4 O 0 0 Noliie.c 4 0 2 o Andriinr.lb .-, o 0 R.iKiii.rf 4 0 I O Hamiii'k.2t 3 O 1 o Hpio.s.s :i o o o, Tornay, c 3 o o o Hittlp.p 3 O 2 0 Bradford. p 2 0 O 0 Caiiilini.ii 0 0 0 0 z-.Moi-an o 1 II 0 oi-c ( irtpiK 1110 'Grar-e.lf o n n o Ratio. ss t o o o Canadian Olympic oquad Selected , HAMILTON (Ontario), June 29. (AP) The Canadian Olympic Association today named 16 men and seven women to Canada's track team for the Helsinki games starting next month. The association also gave final approval to the full team of 113 competitors plus one epare each in yachting and equestrian classes and 20 officials. Most had been previously an nounccd and approved by the as sociation. Following are' those picked after the track and field trials here: ' .Men: Jitti Layer.-. C.i'tt.iiv; Join R.s 0-i.ivii. tin:.; J.ivk Carroll. Moioii-ai .lack Hut. -bins. Vancouver; Biil I'-iiiiol Nonh Vancouver; Rov Peila. Slldtturv Gordon Crosby. Toronto; jinn Mri-', inane Hamilton; Ron Miller. Toronto. Hob Adams Saskatoon : Rob Hutchison. Y ori;t: Pet Sutton. Toronto: Rn-h Few Toronto: I 'oiii; . element, Vivniver. I' ins. WV.tvi;;, M. S.; Ferd ii.nward, Johns Nild. Women; i.iipila f ;nv. Vnncotivpr: KVin,r . i ,--rz.,., uxiiint-r Siiiricv h'-kp!. Toron-o; Hose: a T!i..r:e. Monirral: Tinv (i llil- oran. T.-rotiio; li.nvn Joseph", Vi.-tona; Ali.-p W bitty, Vaiii oiivpr. Th(. C. O. A. A. also approved nine swimmers-five men and four women. They are: ii- M.-Name. V er . I ..'tiora I-; -iier ' ice ii' id. s l'i lest 't-v Mon: : .. '.i- ouvpi ; Gerrv M.-N.a sir..' c.i in Fa. ..:; IV! nire : r:i: l.eo I'ortp.ance. o.-ean Falls: f ur: aumoi.t. Lai-hiue, Que., and Allen u. .list. Yanoouvpr, EddieMayoNamed Coach of Phillies PHILADELPHIA, June 29. (AP) -- Eddie Mayo, one time crack American League in fielder with tho Philadelphia Athletics and Detroit. Tigers, today was named coach of the Philadelphia Phillies by the new manager, Stove O'Neill. Dtifity Cooke, who lias been with the Phillies, first as trainer, then as first base coach, under Managers Ben Chapman and Eddie Sawyer, was released. Mayo, a tier his playing days, managed Toledo of the American Association and was Inter a coach for O'Neiil with the Boston Red Sox. T .t il-X. in ei z.Mor.. 3.1 0 7 0 Total bitted for Alfano in Kth. ran for lornay m Mh. 30 a 7 0 uakland Hits . Sen is . , lids . . . .000 000 OHO 0 . . .010 110 121 7 . . .000 000 03. 3 . . .00(1 1 10 03x 7 2B Kiuiltler. Noble. 3B -Gilbert. RBI -nrieie. M.-oawley 2. SH -Bradford. Winner Ptadfotd (K-S'. Loser Hittie .-ii.. j-.u- - ttittie 3. uraniord. itk Mi'tle 1. Bradlord 1 SO - Hittie 2 Brad-lord 2. T 2:07. U Ford. Bentz. r.unse. Stars Blank L A. Twice HOLLYWOOD, June 29.-(AP) Hollywood shut' out Los Angeles twice today, 4 0 and 2 0, enabling the Stars to come from behind and win the Pacific Coast Lcaeiie series, four games to three. Mel Queen and Jim Walsh both tossed three-hitters for the win ners. Queen bested Bill Moisan in a tight pitching duel in the opener, Moisan allowed only six hits. I'lltsT GA.MH MIS AXt.1l I s Illll.I.VWOOl) Pollers Alt. It. II K.' Players AH.R.H K. Heath Still Hopes For Hitting Lineup P.iKer.ss Tnlliot.if I'sher.U' West.rf Brink if ,:tr ("on Mors, lb llolls.2l) TMjme.c Mosiatl p x-Norlliev it-McLlah -i 0 0 0 Beard. rf 4 0 10 P.asKall.21) 4 0 (I lb Bernier.lf I I) 0 0 Saffell.i-f 3 0 t 0 Phillips. 1H 4 O 0 0 Stevens, lb 3 0 0 o n indlo. k.o 2 o 1 0 Cu e -s 10 0 1 gueen.t) 0 o 0 0 Lynn.l) 0 0 0 0 2 10 0 4 0 0 0 4 110 4 12 0 4 12 0 3 O II 0 3 0 1 (I 3 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 O 0 U 0 Totals 30 0 3 F Tolalu x-Noithev walked for Moisan In 7-Rait for Nortney in ninth U) 4 8 1 ninth. 1. os AnRplea Hollywood ., .000 000 OOO'-O .010 000 12X 4 3H Sandlock. RBI Sandlork, Bernler, Slffeil. BH Molsau 2. Queen 6. SO Moisan 4. Queen 3. WP Queen (5-5). LP Malson (9-3). SHI'OND UAMK ' llS AXGM.FS llt)l.L WOOD Players AB.K.ll.K." Players AB.R.H.E. liiiker.ss 3 0 0 0 Beard, rf 2 0 0 0 'J'aihot.cf 3 0 1 0 Ba.iKaH.2b. 2 0 10 t'sher.lf 2 0 0 0 Bernier.lf 3 0 0 0 West.rf 3 0 0 (I fiaffell.cf 3 110 Brilikpf.3b 3 (). 2 0 Phillips. lib .3121 Connors lb 3 o o 0 Stevens lb 3 0 1 0 Holhs 2b 3 O 0 0 Sandlock.c 10 10 Tanpe c 2 0 0 0 Cole.s.i 3 0 0 0 Succr.p 1 0 0 0 aliiU.p 2 0 0 0 Tola s 23 0 3 W Tot.lll 22 2 1 I.os Atute'ea Hollyivoud . . . .000 000 00 . .000 101 X 2 2B Plullitis. Si I - Bascall.. .sandiock PRI Sandiock, Slevens. FIR Splcer 2. BR Sp:ccr 2. Walsh 2. SO Spicer 6. Waish 7. Winner Walsh (4-5). Loser Spicer (3-1 i. Alt. 10.076. Bevos Bop Sacs PORTLAND, June 29. (AP) Portland shut out Sacramento twice today, 7-0 and 3-0, to take the Pacific Coast League series five-two. Sacramento collected only six hits in the two games. Red Adams limited the Solons to four hits in winning the first game and Marino Pierctti gave up two in the nightcap. SUKA.MH.NTO I POKTI.A N I) Player AB.K.II.E.i Player AB.P..H.E. Attyd.cf 4 0 0 0 Barr.cf 5 110 Meyers. ss 4 0 0 0 Austin, ss '4 2 3 0 lililliiner.lib 4 O 1 O Tipton.lf 4 10 0 Glynn. lb 3 O 0 0 Hrovia.rf 3 2 2 0 Gordon. 2b, 3 0 0 0 KKsert.HU 4 0 2 0 Smith. c 3 0 0 0 Arft.lh 3 110 steinapel.tf 3 O 2 0 Iiasinski,2b 3 0 10 Antrich.rf 3 0 10 Glad l.c 3 0 0 0 Johnson, f 1 (I 0 0 Adams. p 4 0 10 a-Roberts 1 0 0 0. Nelson. p 1 0 0 0, Totals 30 0 4 0! Totals ' 33 7 11 0 n-Koberts hatted for Johnson In 6th. Sacramento 000 000 0000 Portland 202 (100 30x 7 aityraurtnrnExamltirr 38 Mondty, Jun 30, IVS2 CCCC Luna Hurls Pads to Win By Harry Borba Tommy Heath has declared that if ever he finds a batting order that can get five runs in a game for one of his pitchers, he'll stick with it. The Seals manager almost found it in the first game yesterday when the slumbering Seals awakened in the eighth inning to make three tallies on five hits. Tohm.cV . ...... JL '. ... ... ! Faber.ir ine last, nine incy uia mai was on June 14 when they beat Holly wood, 7-3, with a five-hit five run eighth inning- outburst. Sammy Chapman, ranging cen-terf ield like Joe DiMaggio, robbed the Seals of at least eight hits during the week. The big Bear from Tiburon hasn't been hitting as expected but he's saved the Oaks twenty games, by careful guess, through his fielding. Hollywood and Los Angeles, playing in Hollywood's band box park, performed before 55,691 fans the last series. The Seals and Oaks, their rivalry ten times more ancient, attracted 13,357. And they used to do over 100,000 for a single week. Is it that the Tommy Heaths are a daylight outfit and their rivals have ryes like owls? San Francisco has won nineteen and lost thirteen under Old Sol. They've captured just eighteen and dropped thirty-nine under the arcs. And the Seals Stadium lights are the best in the league, too. The 6.925 fans the Seals-Oaks drew yesterday exceeded the 6,432 attendance in the previous four night games. BUT the Seals fans didn't use to mind the cold weather. They had their blankets and bottles when the Seals were hitting and making some runs. SEATTLE, Juno 29.-(AP)--Memo Luna held the Seattle? Rainlcrs to two hits today as the San Diego Padres won the first game of a scheduled Pacific Coast League doubleheader from the Ralniers, 2-0. The' second game was postponed because of rain at the end of four innings with Seattle ahead 1-0. HA JMKGO SKATTI.H Piaier AB K If FT P!avr AB.H.lf K. 4 110 OHrb.SBkl.il 4 0 0 li 4 12 0 Frnandz.2b 10 I Gormnn.rf 4 0 3 OBoyd.lb 4 0 0 0 Graham, 11) 4 0 0 0 Jurtnlch.lf 4 0 0 O StrliiKer.Ub 3 0 0 0 B.WIlaon.e 4 0 0 o Franklin. 2b 3 O 1 0 Krsnlch.3b 3 0 1 n Rlchtersa 3 o 1 O'Maddcrn.rf 1 0 0 o Summer, a 3 0 0 0 Lvonl.cf 3 0 O o Luna p 4 0 0 0 I Indnfathr.p 3 0 O o e'lav rf O 0 0 0 UelDucap 0 0 0 0 Totnii 322 S fl; Total 2iTo2o San lheso 200 000 0002 Seattle 000 000 000 o 2B Fernamler.. KB1 allorman 2. BB l.uim 3. Klndafather 1, Pel Duca 2. SO -Luna 5, Klndafather 3. Winner Lun (9-5). Loser Kindsfather (8-8). B Austin. HR Arft. RBI Tipton. Ecgert, Brovia. Basmskl. Arft 3. BB Adams- 1, Johnson 4, Nelson .1. K and tit Johnson 4-4, Nelson 3-4. SO Adams 5, Johnson 2. Winner Adams (5-9). Loser Johnson (5-8 . sllco.M) UAMR s5( RAMKXTO I'llKlT-XMl Piaver AHR.IT.K' plaver -Wi.K IT F. M.ers.ss 3 o 0 I' Player AB.R.H.E. Barr.of 2 110 ustm.si 1 0 0 0 2 0 10 Tipton. If 3 0 2 0 3 O 0 0 Brovia. r 2 110 1 0 0 0 Arft. lb 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 Kcnert .lb 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Ras!nski.2l) 2 O 0 0 1 I) O 0 Robinson. c 2 O 0 (1 o () 0 o Pieretti.p 2 110 0 0 0 0 Paris Turf Classic PARIS, June 29 ( AP) Orleo won the $57,000 Grand Prix de Paris, Europe's richest horse race for 3 year olds, today at Long-champs. Kramer Beats Budge PARIS, June 29. (AP)-Jack Kramer defeated Don Budge today, 5-7, 6 0, 6-3, in one of a series of matches between pro tennis stars here. Pancho Segura, of Ecuador, whipped Pancho Goiv zales, 6-2, 6-2. Snntllo. Scores Pnmona Tile ...021 010 000 4 1(1 O Pittsbure VFW . 104 000 000 a 10 o Batteries Sherwood and Hall; Kurk and Flz.nga. Sunset Cubs 000 000 0 0 6 2 Bie Kec Midstets. ...002 03i x 7 7 o Batteries Pllarl and Cook; J. Rapp, C. Kino and Fltziterald. 3 lira ii (I a Unreels First imo Game Walt Miranda, 191 average Berkeley" h o w I e r, yesterday fired Albany Bowl's sdxth 300 game in the last four months. Miranda, who reached the charmed circle for the first time in fourteen years, will receive a certificate from The Examiner's Ml) Club. Other members who shot 300's at Albany were Dave C o I u s s a (twice;, Huss Gray, Art Newman and Dr. W. J. Lonp. Attyd.cf DilliiiKer.Jb Glynn, lb Martv.rl Bockmn.2b M' Keesan.c S:pin;ji:el.lf Pickard.p x-Gordon Barkeiew.p 3 0 10 1 3 O 0 (I . Totals 20 O 2 0 Totals 20 3 6 0 -Gordon walked for Pioaard in Cith. ici amento Portland , . , . 0(10 ooo o-. .000 102 x- SKCOMi (IA.MI1 PUIS I S1.AI.S Paver AH.R.H.E.I Plaver AB.R.H.E. .Schei)2.a-2b 4 O 2 0' Alfano. ss 2 0 10 I'.a..s,2b 4 0 1 0 Thurman. rf 3 I 0 o Mann rt 2 110 An.irim:. lb 4 110 I'll mnlan.cf 4 2 2 0: Kalin. If 4 13 1 Nob p c 4 O 0 O Cheso. :','j 4 12 0 Gilbert. lb 4 0 0 II K'Unulpi.i-f 4 0 1 0 Chi asiophr If 2 0 2 0 Hamrick. 2! 4 o 0 0 Osiski,3b-rf 4 0 10 Orleicc 3 0 0 0 Aver.'. n 1 0 0 Ojl.Ien.p ! 0 O 0 Vanf'uvk.P t 0 0 0 VGra,-ei 10 10 .lori;eiisn,3b 2 1 0 0 Halpv O O (I 0 Milne, if I 1. 1 Oi'-'.McCawly 1 O 0 0 Candiiii.p o o o 0 Ratto.sa 0 0 0 1 a-P.acni 1 0 0 0 Muncnef.p 10 0 0 Glutei. n II O O II Bcio.ss 0 0 0 0 T .ta'1 34 5 10 Ol Totals S2 1 9 2 Grace suu-'led tor Lien jn 4th. 'Ilaiey announ.pj Alfano in -t I It. McCawley fiied out for Hafey in 4th. a-Ry.an Hied out lor Candini in 7th. UAKS , lliis . SK M S ."its .III 0 200 1 1 - .- . .O20 4 10 21 1(1 , .ooo run no 4 . . 1 20 120 (HI 0 2B Ostro-sski. Cheso. Kalin. 3B Chapman. HR-Ch.inman. RBI -Chapman 2. Gilbert 2. Cheso. KliiiKler Grace. Kalin. schenz. Ml Chapman. DP- Ratto-IIam- nck-Andrinir, Winner - Gettel (SO). Loser Muncrief (5-4 i. Hit Avers :t l ion :t Van fink 1, Muncrief 1. I'.B -Avers 1, Van Cuyk 1. Muncrief 1. Oaiidmi 1 SO Avers 1. Lien 1. Munciipf 1. Oandini 1 Gp.'.d. T 2 20. I.'- Bentz. P.unir. ami Ford. A (i.U'J.'i. Lake Merced Golf Medal play sweepstakes: (lass A Morris Barnhlatl, 78-8 70; Dr. Morris Flispr, 77-7- 70: Richard Arn-stein, 70-970. laii B Hal Rosenthal. S3-13-70; Jack HIM. Mi-lC 70; Churl. Greenstone, SS-17 71; Dr. William Parker S3 14 71. HR Brovia. Si!- Barr. Austin. RBI Brovia. Arft 2. Kit -Pirkart 1. Barke- lew 2. BB - Pickart 1. Pierettl 2. Barke- ev 1 SO Pickart 1, Pierettl 3, BarkPlev I. W3nner -Pierettl 18-II). Loser Pickart 1 23 1. A 2.123. By Carl Reich T, ,y area (I- Cli ioipior..s!;ip . 1 l'i. ('banipion..hip .11 ci FiiiiliL .Men il. Flight V.onon en -M IVi McDan-7'1-e'rra The Invitational All Stars ap parently are ready for the rugged firing they will encounter in the Swiss round robin team tournament which opens at Downtown Bowl tomorrow night. Shoot in,!,' 100 pins over their 995 average, the Invitational hoys took over first place in the team tournament at. Bi idgcmann Rec reation, San Jose, late Saturday niKht. The 3.085 scratch series i t he teams are handicapped from 950.1 bettered the 2.971 shot, by the San Francisco Flower (".row ers earlier in the evening. T- t - i . i -nr..-. ! 13 ie Only other man to do it since will stand up for first money of j;u! Torrenga took over in 194S SiaO. Most of the twenty high also was a .serviceman. Marine Joe Sena, who picked up the 7-10 the invitation team tournament. All told, there will be twenty men with averages of 200 or belter. 210 lion e.irier .St. Louise J I 3 - Un.:. V izlo i Iietr n;.i. 21 I Tom Hennessey (St Loji.s'. !l I lice Jouc, ird i Iipl.-oit i 2011 s'lm Har.ev (Reno,, Fled Riijaci. i I'Ptro.t i. Bill linnet" i i 1 ie" roit j . 208 - T-mv l.ln.em.inn ( Detro,: i JO-Billy link (!Kl. Ted Tadich (Ta- cono-i .. j,.,. :,,:ise i -:tlip-ti i 'lo t - K-lsc. B'lrnel t l T icon: i '. 20i ll.-o d Asnlund ii.Ai. T-.-.e L.nibiad i P,.rtiai,1 i. ,',,v p.eiplier ( I.A i '.'0 1 Glen S.iiiier t Reioi . . 200--ls.ves eonons S", Iuns.. Jack Giuenwi' .Sin'a Mi-Lea.. Toni Scaizo t I.A '. K-l ila.-.er i St, Looi. ,. Bob Zeigler, 22 year old Chicago' k c g c r stationed at Treasure Island, converted the 710 split !i:i tho Powell Rec Mixed League. average crews here for the Downtown tournament also will shoot at Eridgemann Rec M. (.1. Daws , 13 d Eisuis . . , Fn7zy Slumml;! '.-ilpi, Waai; 217 "2 Billy Mack IM 2'i2 2",3 103 102 "237 ('C'l 202 r13 1 sj 232 (l'i!) 20S I.ii-I F-r-l 1' I' oi: U ooo-n - M.-oidle . I. o ,.:.. on Sio-ond F.-hl ",1 . o l.c-ov J,,.,,,, 7:1 Spi-ond Fl k-lil, V ..men- Gmtis 11,,-ks 116 Third fiicm Women ii. Hathuay. io:i. will totc'wonderful averages into Totals 1002 1002 10S1 30S3 Some of the visiting firemen two years ago Pat Murray 1-42 averatre woman sharpshooter in her first year of league bowling, topped the Park Bowl Women's Handicap circuit with a three game 5S7 , . , Bill Sargent fired 21 1 232 211-223 S82 and J i m m y Wock?slIoxing NEW YORK, June 29. f AP) With ' Madison Square Garden dark for tho summer months, it falls to tho smaller clubs to keep boxing alive. Unbeaten Gene Smith. Wash ington featherweight, meets Glen Flanagan, St. Paul cutie, at Washington, D. C, Wednesday- night. This battle will be carried on a national television net work (CBS-. The schedule includes: "MO.NOAl At Brooklyn .Ka-stern Paik- mv . Je M ice;l, .New 1 ork, v."-. juther Riwlinu-t. (.'hirten, welter.-., 10: flt BoHton. Willie IVp. Jiartford, Conn.. . Tom f'ol-Boston, feathers, 10; at Paris, (harls Humez, Paris, v.i. Tommy Janirn, Youmks- fnsvn. O.. middle.5-, 10; ;il Milwaukee l);inny Nardiou, lampa.. vs. .J e Blark-viKl. Ptter.in. N. J.. HphL heavies. ;tt Fre-mo, c;i :f, Jimniv Savala. Fresno, vs. Ptjbv FluiJ'.o. Sun l-'r;iri(!.sr'j. liehts, 10: at T " t to ri . N. Y., Carmen H PiliO. Syracuse. N. Y. . v.. Jimniv '"'unninc'ham. Ba It i more. telters, 10; at 'hiras (P.atnlx Vrenat. 'ImcK Ffster. Otnnh,i. vs. Danny Stipano- vich, Piitsiu-rKh, welUTs, S. TI KS1,4V At. Miami Beacli, FM, Rohliy DvkP-M Miami, vs. P.alpli Zanelli. 'rjvlile'ice, K. T.. middies, 10: at Newark, i. J.. Jimmv Chamriaene. Philadelphia, vs harlev Willi'ims, Newark, welters, S ; at Hnx'klvn ( Fort 7Hm!lt.n, .loe Klein. Hrooklyn. v. Richie Ueed. White Plnina X. Y.. welters. S: t San Juse. Calif., Kddie rhavez, Sin Jose. v.-). de"Ke ("tie-.;pr-iifins. P ir:- ll:;li!-?. 10: at 1a$ Antrele-.-. (lamtn K.ientes. J Aneeles, v.j. 'ontjv; Harper, San Frarfisoti, welters. 10: ut Sar Antnnfo. Maria TriRO, l.ns Angeles, vs Machete Garcia. San .n(nni.. weltc-x. 10 it SCalt Lake Citv, Jirk Ne'son, Ti'ilc I'tah vs. Marvin Barkt-r, Visalla Calif. !iea'e in. KIM-0 W -- t W,hinKtivi. 1 r. 'ler.e Sni!h, Wa. hi'irtn. vs. Gian Flan-iK ri ( Pi t), leathers. 10, ST1IUMY At lT"llvwood. Calif. Tomtn v H;t rrison. Kns A nceles. vsr. A he Ve tp Tide?. I Angelo., Heht heavier, 10' at Meno ' M! v. Fa he I a ' 'liavez. I o1 A n-ae!es Memo Vale-n, Mex!cf, licHts. 10: t Petrolt. Jav Y.'tkln,. Flint, v. K'me; '.a'nitns, Yovinjistown, O., lijsliis. S. BasebairsBig Ten I.MADINO HATSMKX' (Raved on 1.10 at halsi X VTKIWI. I.IIACl 11 "linor anil ( Inli (.. Alt. It. If. Pel. Mii.lal. l. I ...til- .. II '.'-.I Hi K3 ,:i:tfi Iti.liinod. ItriMikbn . li.'t 210 ISI (it) ,:t',!l ImpII. I'lilraen .. 11 IVi 17 in .:.'; Marhnll. ( Imlnnall -li) lrt. In ,VJ "11.1 hlii7e.l.l. I Inrinnall M 204 2:1 (i:l .mm xiiitpr. hli-aji. . (i7;.M 4:1 7 ..IIIH l.m-kmnn. Xew ork . (i 2.M 51 1H .."it)7 (.onion. HoMon . (12 :!li :t. (l.i .rtiMi xlHinthlt-r. xr. I.nul. 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I leveland . .41 Mullen 839 in the Bagdad 510,nn.im. n.-imit . . m Rnhmin. ( hirar -u Trin Imoiih I loh . Iceland IIHertr, Uetrnlt ...41 J. I1U IXdgue. Zernlal, rhlladrlp.l 2 Brrra, rw ork . . 4 1 ouorM flM W DoouQP. Vie Ndlu w r" we'll pay you t) in Cash to try Annnn n n L M WUUUULal Precision Blades Double Edge Single Edge Injector Blades Don't miss this chance to discover a new, w onderful kind of shaving.. . and get paid for doing it. Yes, Pcrsonna w ill pay you 25f? ... the price of one w hole pack of blades . . . just for trying Pcrsonna Blades ... the blades with the smoothest edges ever stropped. JK.tr J ml IP Buy one 5-bladc dispenser of Pcrsonna Blades for 25 . . . and one 10-blade Pcrsonna dispenser for 49c' . . . double edge, single edge or injector blades. Send both cardboard cartons (not the dispensers), including vour name and address, to the Pcrsonna Blade Co., Inc., b35b Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles 2S, Cal. ... and you'll get 25C back in cash! CLIP THIS COUPON NOW cm o reminder to buy Ptnonno Blodes today and tend for your 25 refund PERSONNA BLADE CO., INC. 6356 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angelej 28, Cal. Okay, I've joined the Personna Quarter-Back Club. Enclosed art the cardboard containers of both a 25 and a 49 pock of Personna Blades. Now send me that quarter you promised. NAME .. . A0DRESS -STATE, Hurry! Act Today! Offer Expires July 5, 1952 i mrrf-iiri

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