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S. &. IFields Charts CopyrlKHt, 11n2. by Triangle Publications, Inc. (Pally Raolng Form) -Apprentice allowance claimed Horses to Wnttih At Albany NATI'HDAY, MA IU II IB FOI RTKKNTH KAY OK 43 HAY NI'KINO MFKTINO :1707 luiltx ilnrae llltMT HACK Una nillei j) year olds claiming (nil tiitrrad for 3,00l parse w.iihi, mill; winner, J1.J50! 2nd, tl6; 3rd, $300; 4lh. 1 Qwmr WtPP. St. H H , Btr. Kin. BL. Jockey Odd ,ll6h3) Amino X. (C. Valid) . .,,111 a 1 8' JM u JtiJ 1662 Costly K1 Peco Ranch). .111 9 6 8 6'i 4 3'J . IMS Heading l.lirht (A. Larue) log 6 4 ft" S' 2k 21 1413 'Spm-d Count (Stanley). 109 10 10 7 7' 61 4 1) Wasatch t'hlrf (J. Jensen)H2 7 gi 8 g 'd 16M) Simple Fare (Montrose 8)115 3 3 2" i 54 7 i.ls.14 Moonlit Patch ( Helnsman 109 5 S 1" 14 31 ei4 1654 'Wheatlander (P. Farber)U2 1 5 4M ft 1 7 fl,i ,V, HH Virnd iU C. Ranch). ,, ,114 2 9 10 9 IMS Misty Moon (L. Luce) ..105 4 T 84 10 10 10 1' 2. 3" 4M S' 6 7 Ri4 10 Ollasnn 2 1 HMreno 8 1 1 i Humeri 7 7 41 Marat) 4 0 4 Miller 17 S 6 PMreno 4 2 g Bulrd 53.0ft 10 IIP! 7 4i 10 rypr 23 7i 12 Vlnila 43 70 50 . Time 13, :46. 1:11, I :Stt Amiga X 1.00 3. K0 3.0S Smitl? 7.10 i.HO Ml din r Light 4. MO Clear and fast. EQUIVALENT ODDS Arnica X 2.60-1 .00-1 .50-1 Costly 1.8,-1 1.H0-1 Heading Light 1.4.1-1 Winner, a, ., 3, by Amino Mlo-Emma X.; tratnad by C, Wllllngham. At post ' nlnuta, off at 1:17. Start good from tan. Won all driving. AMIQO X. had speed, waa between horses for three quartera, and after taking command held hn advantage while bearing out. COSTLY waa never a great dlatance , dbck, racea wine wnue advancing and oore out in the nnve. RKADINO LIGHT was well placed from the beginning, wai roused entering the atretch and also finished well whlla Hearing out. SPEED COUNT etumhled badly at the atart and made up ground steadily. SIMPLE FARE aaved aotne ground while ahowlng earlv speed. MOON -LIT PATCH gave way badly after ahowlng ipeed to the-atretch. Scratched I"i0 Ze Bullion. 1012 Mars Beauty. 1654 Dutch Doll. 1686 Irish Millie. Wagering 7i) 00S. 1 7nCSKCONn KArE furlongs, 4 year olds and P. brrd In California: clulm- lu tag (all entered for $3,500)1 nurse $2,000. split: Winner. $1,200: 2nd. 1409 3rd. 9276: 4th. (ltd. -- Index Home Owner Wt. PP. St. Sir. Fin. BL. Jockey 0lila 1403 Wbratfleld fZ. Addington112 fi 6 .... ;m 2i 1 1676 Ronnd To Fly (M. Factor)110 1 5 3h4 1 1 2 16 Fair O Doon (Tbarra) 113 R 8..., ' 5 3i4 . 1678 aTefm Bneter F. C. May) II 5 11 3,.., 1 n 4, 4i 4' lsnj -Jnsta Mhnwer (Wetrope)10 6 JO .... lm 10i 7' M " ln2 Zlnraro (Shamrock Btb.)10S 9 3.... 7 7 l n. - 1Mllirhty Black: (C. Mav)..H3 10 1 .. 4' JM S 7 (111b) Trinltaria (Hacienda Pe.)109 3 T .... f 9 'l ; 137 Ftp Ticket (Weatmunt 8.) 120 3 ,... f 8 ' -ina2) Nona) Hart (Oakley Br.)lU 7 11 ....11 11 104 10a " 4125 New Delhi (Schroeder) .. .107 4 4 BM " 11 11 0.5 7 W) 4. US 1!S 69 'l InglQ B.ilrd 1 r.llaaon H Nevea 31 Pea 41 Valnrla 7 0 5 Marah 1.2S 7 ' Pteran 11 .0 T Tork 10 Ho Steed S.VW! 17 PMmo f ! a-Mav enlrv. t TIAII.T nol'BT.F 10? 80. . Time . r4a. lillMt. Dear and faat. 1 MCTtlELS PAIO FQCIVALFVT ODD Wieatfleld 15.10 11.00 7.80 Wheatfleld 8.58-1 4.9V1 !.0-l Ronnd To Fly 10.60 6.40 Round To Fly 4.30-1 8in-1 Z: Fair O Doon 4.90 Fair O Too t.48-1 ,r. . Winner, ch. g . 8 he Allhhal-Rean and 8ow: trained by R. Brlnaon. At lat 1 " minute, nff et 1;M. Start good from gate-. Won ail driving. Air.- WHEATFIKLD waa aharn factor from the atart. waa put to a drive after a half mile and wore down BOT'ND TO FLY near the end. Latter a'ao had aoeed. took command when ready and held on atuhhornly. but could not laat. FAIR O nonN waa .' never far haok. reaponded when roed and finlahed eamelv. TAPE Bt'STKR had " aneed raced a trifle wide and held rTawell. Jl'STA PTTOWKR rtod fat after heme L hrought out In the atretch. 7INCARO hd no infahana. MtrjKTT PLCK tired. " ai-ratched 1400 Saginaw, 1676 Magic Born. 1377, HI Bhadow, 1667 Prowler. Wagering '1'423. (Compiled by Examiner Staff of Racing Expert) , JOLV TDK FLKKT Laat waa beat yet la due to traduitta aoon. SUI CAT showed high apeed for half nine (imore iinng. (iAILUKST Thla on la much belter thun recent race would IndlciUe. Btable puta inem over. (iAl.Ntl) Two year old that would have mardied his beat In laat if rider bad hot uriven inio wan or noraea. HOODMDK V1K(V Just mlaaed at IS 9 1. l ines livip linen. MIST.N'T TOrtil-Wia laving fourth turning for home In good a pot but flattened out. IIOPPINO MAD Will be a price. Rider waa ni im'e neip in mat race. M N KI'IN Needed hla laat. Good second bark of Rltzv VYAK IP 'A a a lengtha the heat horae in Ban namon purae. tiulted when coast in along In front loainv all chunr K1 I.K) SKV Does evervthlnz anked of him in the morning. Needs dropping in tii-i. LITTI.R ROLI.O Next time out ahonld get the bacon. Waa In rnreilisht but tired when the true teat came Can beat the same aina ne iinianed tnird In back of. Horsos in Troublo Last Time Out I'HILO Bumped kard going Into first iui II. plitis Broke slow and waa pinched wi. uyany urea year 01a. H IX SCORE Lugged out. Wag mak ing iirsi aiari. 1 Kk'p. KCRI-T Rider lost whip at mnn.-r.t. x.uggea in ogdiy. rieedi a alum Mliui. . DAVTHAV Bumped Our start. later cloaed OlUciL Claude won the race. MADKYII Waa break. (iKANR CHAI.V Broke In hilllnr h. gate. VVas otf alowiv. Luirett in tiir.,ni,. out. Hue been placed on th h. lit. KKYLED Ran nut li.,li. ..1 h.. k... placed on lhe stewards' list NF.A (iA.MHtll, I.!?.! fn h.,1 k..t still won. SPRING KHAI Was Qrand Chain. Claude It ground. Our unprepared for the forced wide by 1 TAfi THIRD RACK I mile: llUJ Winner. 1.ni nd. 8100 4 year olds and tap: allowances rrd. f.7! 4th. 81J6. purse 82,000, spilt " Index Horse Owner Wt. PP St. 14 Sir. Fin. BU Jockey Oddi ,r. '1649. Rean Knlaht L. Kldd. ..113 6 Bl ' 2 2k f1i? Hollv Fate (Franiella) . .118 8 8' S 5' 81 S .i-ciaT e-rhe Can (O. Adama t12 8 3 14 1' 1 : 1H6 Fair Reancr (F. IcRey.108 J 7 6' 4 -"178 (treat Spirit (C. Clavtoo)1i 9 10 H t Si 1iH..ho H J. Stnehmer) ... .107 3 1 U 'l 7 7 1M0 srlk Three (Mf. Tav1a)118 4 4 3' 44 61 -16e8 War Ovo (W. Ttadelevl.118 7 7 10 10 9' 8" ."1'J TWlMir (C. McEntee) 118 10 8 B 84 9i '1681 evinalr (A. Fvanal 110 1 8 Si 9 10 10 1 i PMreno 3 40 S H Miller 4 9S 3 31 Dklnan 91.4 4a York 16 4 8 1.1 Lnnrdn 1 1 6 111 Marah IS SO 7 12 Ollaaon 8 60 16t Scheh J8n 9 - Tlea 91 88 10 31 Vlnala 28 8.1 Time 3'-. 1 ;Sl.Vi. Clear and faat. Mrri EiJ PAin koiivalfnt odd Koleht 8.80 3.90 J.80 Knlrlit 3.40-1 .98-1 .48-1 'J "oily Fate 8.00 "w H.illy Fate 1.60-1 l oo-l .. . The Clan 1510 The Clan .6.60-1 Winner. K g . 6. h Beau Pere-Palnted Veil; trained hy L. W. Kldd. At poat ... anfnnta. nft mt f Start mnrn4 from sals Won all drlvlnff. - - ntrsir winwT raced on ' nntalde while followlnr In close attendance to the Tnacemaker rallied nmel when roiined on entering stretch turn to wear down THE ; CLAN and trraduallr drew nut. HOLLY FATK taken In hand and steadied along for "firm half mile moved nn hetween horse when maklne his bid on final bend hut WS .'...not oults rood enoiirh THK CT.AN tired from his pacemaklng efforts. FAIR REAPER Improved her racing noaltlon while racing wide In late stages but could not menace "top ones. (5RFAT SPIRIT raced sllrh'lv wide and flattened out badly after maklne :.:s mild esltv rntindinr second turn. Scratched 1690 Life Time. 1679 Remate, 1098 --Wsirdena. 196 On ft" Four. Wagering S1B8 611. e furlongs, 8 year oldsj combination claiming (Chlneae r.ll fir Ahhei. rinrv Note. Siirrlnr TrnH Toilbnlad" entered not to he r-ied! at..e n for (6.8O0): ounie 8J.360. snllt: Winner. 81.380: nd, 4!M: Jro ..s8l tth. 8175 -1710" 'Index Horae Owner Wt. PP. St. Btr. Pin. PL. Jockey Odd; ...js-xi r.lor Note (W. Kirkland)114 ,..1517 Pomei Knrrinl (D Rohert)109 . 1664 Plr Ahhey ri. n. King). 114 TSS4 - Brown i.ima 'H. BonnrM09 1880 J.ord AbheT (Icaanma F.1111 '.(01521 Chlneae Doll (Picas Ent.)'13 1, 164..Tonholady 'C. Nelaonl.. .117 lean Rartlrnti (Walkloay F I 115 1664 eawinglnr Trail (RckngM 1113 5 4 -M H I'l 7 7 7t 7i ' 51 ?' 2 6 ... . : 4 1, 34 01 ; 3 3 1 S' at 3' '1 4 8 .... : 9 9 61 61 1 3 .... 61 1 5h4. 8' 6l4 0 2 .... 5 6 7" 71 6 9 .... 8" 8 9 8' 8 5 .. 14 1H 4 9 Pumers 6.4 It Neves 18 05 2 Vork . 7 90 2 Trent . 7 3 -Rchelh 43 55 4 Lehlane 4 20 4 longdn 130 5 Chjnac 20 50 H Marah 31,85 Time 224,. rS5i-.. 1 in-. Clear and fat. 83 MCTTJEIJin ForiVALENT ODDS fllory Wot 13.80 6.80 6 40 Olorr Note 5.48-1 2.4V1 1.76-1 Romh 8oeHal 14.60 80 Bomb Sneclal . . . ,. . , 0.30-1 3.30-1 ai. Ikk.. a SO Rle A hh-r . .1.95-1 Winner, it. O . S.'br War OIory-Notebook: trained hv W. O. Chevrnlng. At poat 1 Ml..,,. r,f S 'Oil. Steit mnr.it from Won nil drlvlniT. niODV wore fni..d ih. enrlv oace white In hand danlaced RWTNOINtl TRATI. from the outside when called upon In earlv stretch and had enoutth left to hold the t etnsmr BOMB BPFntAI. safe Latter was slow tcr herln. saved some ground to -f'taef hand avhaea. aha nru aA4ed not hetween horses and While lugging In through 1st cttmr,, .he finished full of run. SIR ABBKY saved rrounl In an even performance nDnnri tt a t A . Mnd .,.h nn fltirM 4mm hae'lnnlnrr attemnred to hear out 'the turn nd h'ine when set down for ftp.il drive. I.OBn ABP8"Y was void of early -imeed. CHINESE TOI L was never a serious factor. TOT-BOLADT was forced to rsce " wide thrnurhnnt. SWTNr.iNrJ TR ML stoooed to a walk after aettlnf a swift pace -o earlv e'retoh. Scratched 1517 Mv t'rchln. Wagering 8190,773. . .1711 FIFTH RACE 4 furlongs. 4 snltt: Winner. 8900 each: 3rd. 8825: 4th year olds and ops allowances; 8176. parse 82,300 ' Index Horse Owner Wt PP. St X, ij Sir. Fin. BT,. Jockey Odd; ' 1.3A dOnls Bow (Blue Orasa St 116 t,15251dMay Reward (Wren 4V F.1119 -4154) Nohlest (F. Frankel) ..,.119 10 Chaldnra (T.a Jnla F1..108 r 171 Moonrlse (El Peco RanchHOO , 1530 Bnllrells (E. Smith) 122 (1671) lovely Sit 'Ayre M.1.109 -1502 Who Coca Fa"rt Brown)i09 " 1571 lts Vote (.1 Selev . Ill 1 2 .... 2hd 1h' H 3 3 .... 3't J S 4 8 .... 7 6 7 7 .... 7 6 8 5 ..... 1 3"4 44 9 4 ..." 51 4h4 J 2 1 .... 1M 51 7' 8 9 .... 81 6 6 . . . S 84 9 S"a 41 M 61 9 Ollason 5 90 VFiahhrtr 4 on i Balrd 2 00 York 52 05 ?l. Neves 1 6 05 31 Longden 4 10 4 Trent 21 25 6 HMrno M in 6 I.aaawl 28 70 .L60-1 1.50-1 .76-1 .56-1 trained lv W. Stute; May d-Desd heat fr first. (.', Time -. ". 1 '. Clear and fa-t, ....,..-, SI VHTTFI 6 P4ID KQl'H ALf.NT ODl)' Jn.. J -' 9 70 dOnls Bow 2.25-1 3.20-1 .86- dMay Reward 8.20 00 3 50 dMay Itewan' - KoMest ' ' nhlest ... a..i T, k R K Tnn UnlM. A CnlllSi tlve Reward hlk. h . 7 by Reaping Reward-Bona Via, trained by J. Flshburn. At post i o minute 'off at 3:421. Start good from gate. Won all driving. QUIZ ROW broke alertly, disposed of LOVELY SITE while saving 'round on leav-Mng bsckatretrh and withstood a stiff drive to flnlah on even terms -U" "AT R;-,wipn uiit.r raced with ton flight from onset, was on outside throughout and fin ished stoutly. NOBLEST was slow to begin, raced between horaea much ol 'way ani a a..,, .a ritmiPl fM,nd ar hast str d too late. MOONRISB quit ".. midatratch. Rtit.LRELIS raced wide and flattened out In i.flral drive. Wagering 8185.511. . " 1 T1 1 MXTH HACK furlongs. 4 year olda and up: combination claiming (Keno "1 t.C f pahniit. Coiner, entered for 88.0001 others not to be claimed); purse 83.400. Snllt: winner. 6y.375: 2nd, a47.1t am. sm; nn, :,m. Tnde Horae Owner Wt. PP. St. Str. Fin. BU Jockey Odds i 16.16 'Chutney IE. Faeh) 108 5 1 1543 Pursuit (E. Moore) 117 1 6 ., 1494 aHanglitT Mlas (K. Pnr1th)106 4 7 1615 a-lersev Rebel (C. Smlth)Hl 2 5 (144J Tonholee (F. White) ....111 3 4 1674 Shady Tony tF. Cn'dwell)1i7 8 2 1594 Reno rpnhout (C. CrslK) 110 6 3 ' 1341 Coiner (Calumet Farm) . 109 7 3 34 A 1 7 1't M 5 81 8 31 ? 1,4 i 1 51 41 V 2, 1 h4 41 31 .8' : 71,4 8 1" r 3 41 51 64 71 8 PMreno 7 85 Peteran 5 20 21 Marah 1.20 41 Tngdn 1 2" M York 10.75 61 Ollason 8.2! 6t Jones 10 05 7 Balrd 5.80 a. Smith emtrv. Time !,. r4t(,. I not,. Clear and fait. ' ' ... tn r,,ln 7.85-1 3.00-1 ' ' lo T40 Pursuit 2.20-11.10-1 aHanshtyMIss'.' aHimehty 5lls .. . '"' Wnner b h. 6. by Hvnerlonlon-Koterl: trained hv B. R Roberts. At poet mln ..i - ... ... 'i.no. ' an a. -4 a smnm ',- Wrtn all Hrivlnr. ' ciirnrMS-v- n.var . erreat distance back, waa forced very wide on entering . Z2 ,..i, m .imn handllnr and outfinlshed PI RSITIT. Latter foTnd har heat a.rlde Z Is-e JERSEY REBEL had -need, aaved ground t ,,r , .Hnwaci in Ar ff ftllt Unfl CNVt WBV filinilP'llv m inini i" v v. ...... was taken tin ah.rply when caught In a speed Jam at break and lost all chance Waeerlng 8163 18 .85-1 1713 i SEVENTH RACE 6 furlongs. 3 year olds: ewsnaper tilltm rnuir; purse soon, anllti Winner. 68.75nt nd. 81 ono: 3rd. a'w: tn. i""v Index Horse Owner Wt. PP. St. 1673 Hsltnflre f Hlrarhberg) . . .122 J 1 139 A nieam (Calumet Farm)117 3 5 1577. Alnte Mlaalon Stable).. 109 6 4 M'7 econle H. (Juan Oauna)..112 1 6 1372 Almighty (H Colllne 8 ). .111 7 7 1673 Reno Missy (H. Talmadee)117 I 2 1527 Larks Fly (Land OLark)114 4 8 1673 aFllttlng Past (EllaworthM17 6 3 i; ia Str. Fin. 2, it t , j 31 3 2i 2? S! 44 4 3 74 8 5 44 8 74 t St 1', 1, 31 61 Ri 61 7 7 4'1 fi'j 6 6 Bl.. Jockey O.M- T.onRdn 2 5 11 H Moreno .90 2t-Marsh 10 3o 61 PMrno 14 15 6 Nevea 20 40 91 Volzk 8 2 10J OHsson 60 85 13 Klnlra 36 20 Time .30-1 .20-1 .80-1 -UK :"Z J"-." ,"" FOCI V A LENT ODD8 naltaflr. ...... lilO 2 90 3.60 Haltaflre 2.55-t .45-1 , A (lleam 3.70 3.40 J fllrant .38-1 ..... 1 M Alat . WWr'b'eVs'.'hy'Halfal-FIr Falls; trained hy F. E. Chllde. At post i minute s a . ai . -A ....I e oaf e. tt'nn nil H H Vln P tfT.WS! fo'UJ (h. earlv nace while In hand, wore down HFVO STRSY when ..'. ..- .....k ...a nraaiiad imder a sustained drive. A GLEAM stlalnert 'lL.VJV",.,'.:V,.l..v;d .round o stretch where she was eased out for drive ."but was not oult. good enough. A LATE steadied alone; while belnr outrun early raced wide when making hla hid on final bend and cloaed full nf r;n mnffi fL,,,"'', .y tiring horses ALMTCTTTY was void of early need HSVO SI"!Y tired from his pace-jnskinr efforts. SVrstched 1045 T esd Bve Wagering- 6191.400. 1714 EIGHTH RACE 1 1-18 miles: 3 year olds and np: me nan rranrnco nsnai- cap; purse gross, $18,300: split: Winner, 81 1.250 1 2nd, M.oito: sra, ,su; Index Horse Owner Wt PP. St '4 Vt Sir. Fin. BL. Jockey Odds 61 3'J in. T'l 41 14 41S1) I.lehte l'p (Jones Bons)116 10 6 61 J1672) Phil n. (Mr., Mrs. Martin)124 It 3 3 1519 Sturdy One (Phelpa) . .ae .. 111 15 15 131 3872 f Akimbo (Seavan Stable). .108 7 9 7' 1559 Mncho Hosso (H.Helhuah)llO 3 1 .4" 1632 Admiral Drake (Hlrachhg)llO 2 2 2' 148 fltoonarsni R, (Wal. Sth)103 13 10 91 ' 1 . .. - . . . . . . - , . . n ,.h a.o invs isnnas tu. mooerst u,w 11 11 1 3673 Fife and Drum (VelAcres)109 1 2 8 81 8i 16H1 Tnrado (A. J. Campbell) .109 4 5 5 Si M483 All Blue (Calumet Farm) 111 7 10'J lit ,163 Mlmonses (C. E. Moore). .106 6 11 11 121 1672 Pur Nnng (Snrlnghrook) . 105 9 13 f4i 14i lldistfl.lon IJ. Hlrrwlhoch) 110,11115 15 H575) First Repeater (tusker) 112 8 4 1J 21 2 14 6 ft 3 3d 81 74 an 41 94 131 12( u m 91 ' 6 101 12 141 15 24 li 21 3 4k 6" 74 84 94 8" 101 low m 131 12 1i 13, 15 14"" 7 15 Nevea York Lnedn Petrn Marah 3.3 14 22 30 fit 80 18 9! Vlaula 36 10 Ilea f14.80 Ollsan f14.80 HMrno 59.8.6 Sumra 39.55 Trent 10.2.ri 81 P.Mrno 9.30 9 Bnsacl. 50 Mi 9 Scheih f1l.su (it Baird 10. 60 f-Fleld. " Time -23H. r48, 1 :0I,. 1:38, 1:41. Clear and fast. 83 MI TI ELS PAID EQI IVAI.FNT ODDS l ights Vp 8.70 3.60 S.!0 l ights l 3.35-1 .80-1 .80-1 Phil D, , 8.40 3.011 Phil D .10-1 ..10-1 , Stltsdy One 6.80 Sturdy One .. .. 2.40-1 - Winner, ch It.. 5, by Fight Thlrty-Tedmelia; trained by Jt Ross. At post i minute, ff at 5:41 1. Start good from gate, won all driving. T toicri TTia htv,Wa al.nlv h,,f waa taltan fn hand and stssdied for first half mile. ... lulal. na nittald M,in4lna aanond turn In Milt. PHII. D tn earlT Stretch for the tod proved allf'btlr best. Latter waa forced to be hustled along, early to Attain a $1,491,399. Agua Callente Results ..,, tTear and Fast FIRST 6 furlongs: 4 year olds up iMayiri'aPK' "? a'manl 11.80 8.20 4.60 fcf'1.y..Ai,6.y' 118 tBallahl 18.40 7.20 Christie C. llfl (Powlli 320 Time. 1 :s 45. It s A Deal. Bettv Fly. Reading Time Linda Jane Tan Tracing Star, f-Crola Lady. '-Tappers Smoke alao ran. SECOND 6 furlongs; 4 year olds up Ml Novta, 109 (Powell).. ..8.80 4 80 4 20 Allonson. 118 (Gifford . . . . 6 60 4 40 Queen Lamar 111 (Richnia) 8 60 Time 1:121. Intrepid Son, War Drum. Twilight Blues. Blue Wax. Blaaeabout Brave Bull. f-Tlny Crest. f-Flirtable and f-lnfun Field alao ran. f-Fleld. THIRD 8 furlongs: 3 year olds tied Marble, ui IC. Day) 6 40.VOO2 6O La loys. Regards. 120 (Parkr) . 2 80 2 80 time. l:12H. f-Se Barrister. Super- V.',.' i,'-a?'y. rnnianaieei. Ulorta Ma Bold Oiory. f-Helena Gypsy X-Dottle J also ran. KOI RTH 8 furlonga: 4 year olds un Beck's Bad Roy. 1 1 Hi Arlrd 1 1 1 fill a. ,)n .1 611 Puleese, 112 (Snelllng) . . . 4.20 3 40 Cashler'g Thumb, list Bdwl) 4. 80 lime. 1:12). Indian Tdnt. Cnnrlin sterling Lad. El Jticardo, Cornelda. Ray Cino, t-Flags Son, f-T,,p Tune and f-Tue .uanrman also ran. f-Fleld. r IFTH 8 furlongs: 4 year old end un. SecondClory.lio (Pwl) 107 00 19 800 80 C.oklen Fleet 122 (Adair). 3.00 3 00 Duv Ukey, 110 ( Petty t .. 7 40 lime 1:11 "a jii, a rurry. Count Sweep Bo isrovai King 8-x. Oinjo Royal Mill i-i.orn un. runrooso also ran. Dalle llnuhlr 6419.80. SIX1II 1U miles- 4 vene nl.ta and n swen's First, 114, tJ.Brln). 8 20 8 20 4 00 Lucky Date. 116 (E.Ofrd). 7.00 4 60 Red Cnutit, 116 (R.Pettv) 5 fio 1 me. 1 3.1 4 S V Off I'n nnal Vain ?Oi Paanl. Star Bonnet. BaTarama also ran. SEVENTH t mile. 3 veer olda' Charles Lionel, 107 I Snlng 122.00 9 60 4 60 Ventrelze 109 IRIchards). 8.00 3 80 Blstorn. 113 (Adair) 2 80 lime. i:uz-.i 1 oexnrsa. v sra pm, ; i"y. "a oonny, niity vjusen, Basils ran. EIGHTH 1 mile- 4 v.ar nlda and ,,n Hermosa, 105 ( A.Puncan) . 10.80 6 40 3.20 utton UD. 114 IC Davl ... 1 in t in Fox Ring, IIS (J.Shrmn) . 5 00 Time. 1:40. Nut Van, Real Soon. Lass ieg, nun t nenta. wurst Deltoid, Handlebars also ran. Qulenlsla. $22. - Filly Beats Five Derby Hopefuls In Laurel Feature LAUREL (Md.). March 29. i AP) Five Kentucky Derby can didates couldn't even come close to catching the only filly in the Cherry Blossom Stakes, Joue: Shousc's Cinda, before a record crowd of 25,073 at Laurel today. The daughter of Occupy won her third straight race without defeat this year by an easy 34 lengths. She isn't eligible for any of the triple crown classics for 3-year-olds. Two of those closest to Cinda at the finish, Pintor, and Oreo are derby eliglbles. Pinto was second, a nose in front of Oreo. Other Derby candidates far back in the pack were One Count, Blue Square, Jampol and Prize Ring. U. S. Yacht Launched PORTSMOUTH, England. March 29. (AP) Lutine, the yacht which Lloyd's Yacht Club of London built for the Cruising Club of America Newport-to-Ber- muda race in June, was launched today. Oaklaun Results Clear and fast FIRST 1 1-16 miles: 3 year olds, tin Easy X Hny, 113 (Jraanpl .1.80 5 20 4 2i Staunch Flag, 113 ICarains) 4.40 3.40 Sana Pana, 101 (Hall),... 7.40 lime, 1:44 :'-5. J, urn's Sun, HIM Count. Meiit Pot, (Iracloua Lady, Llebeakind. Feithanwln. Knglih. fltar, Miss Koruy and Where Now alao ran. SECOND 6 furlonga; 4 year olds un llB.ily Banr, 120 liJnxiksl 8.40 4.20 2. oil Tlirtt Afnt Hay 111 (Adma) 4.00 2 NO Clownesa, 108 (Wllllamsl.. . 3.00 Time 1:11a, Slow Flash. Susie's llirl. Bed Hone Miss Omission. Has tllrl Roallv. Tmtreel, Frill Lit and Eagle Lady also ran Dally Double Easy Ray and Healy'a Banner paid $50 40. THIRD it miles: 4 year olda up. Reno Uniaus. 114 I Adams) B.80 5 00 3.40 Giue. Ills) IJeaaop) 8.80 5 20 Angle Bar. 110 tVslenti) . . 3.20 Time. 2:33!,. turns Treasure. A I a Reich. Head Me. Hyper Kaar. Snatched. I'umpey Chief, KIcliavuo, KUleybegs and Atomic Cloud also ran Hil ItTH 6 lurUtngs; 4 year olda. up Ten Forty. 105 ( Ward ). .18.80 10.60 D ot) First Trial, III (Jeaeop) 10.60 7 20 Swap Out. 114 (Inihon). 9 So Tims, 1:10 tequala track record). Little Bookie, Ida C. Keudln FiKhlln. Garry-mark, Mr. Nealie. Lancaster. Fins Art, Mesiira and Ruby's Jon also ran. FIFTH Si furlongs: 3 year olds. Lonoke Flash. 118 (Craig) 8 40 3 40 2 80 Dry Summer. 115 (Walkr) 5.40 3 40 Nobility ill (Poparai... 3 41) Time. 1:04 New track record. Texas Coin Rd Curtice and Star Wli alao ran. SIXTH 1 miles: 4 yr. olds snd up R ue P'.ui 104 iWlma) 69 SO 14 60 8 20 Dad. 109 (Bruoksi 4.80 3.41) Pat-tha-Pllot. 110 (Popara) 9 60 T.me l:49k (New track record) Brittle If, Fieet Actor, Floating Crown. Mad Saint Blunt. Our Snick, False Safe Arrival also rsn SEVENTH 114 miles! .3 rear olda. Oushing Oil 128 (Poparai 3. 60 2 80 2 60 smoke Screen. 117 (rraig) 3.40 3 20 Our Challenge, 120 (Burns) 4.80 Tims 1:49 Mi Fisrv Chief Seventh Run. Jet Ace, Comwood. CuDertoa and llopeido aiso ran. Elt.HTH 1 316 mile: 4 year olds up Brassy. 112 (Wagner) ....7.20 4.40 3 40 Omsberry, 112 ISackett).. 5.00 3.60 Runyon Fund. Ill (Adams) 3 40 Time l:&7afc. mist a flal. rum airt nnv Ie. Here's Fay. First Lite. Market Street. uusiy uays, nnao ana tuny bus also ran. Laurel Results Cloudy and fast FIRST (i fllrlnniri: :t van- ol.la Pharapoiae, 110 tBimils) 8.2u 4 40 3 20 Chance Point, 109 (McKee)... 4.20 2 60 Aujna. ill (Alllcneill 4 40 i-'ora a r end. uesdemona R n,if Gulenetta. gnns Mere. Device, Mofle, Mama ean ana iviiur B. also ran. SMO.Nl 8 lurionua: ;i vear olHs Attention Mac. 1 16 (Hivena t s no 4 Ki) 4 90 Game Dame. 104 (Ryan) 24.0015 60 Itelnaiats. 118 tDelucia) . 17.00 inns i:ia-x. i3Q a rtogue vornl. l)e- oai, nig rapine, coietown Maul, Babj Rounders. lummy G Busy Day and Uigi Low also ran. Dally Double Pharaoolae and Allan tlon Mac paid $44.20. THIRD 4Mi furlongs: 2 year olds. a-Kort Salonga. 117 (Boul. i B SD 4 60 2 40 a-Stalwart Son. 117 (Hanf. ) 4.60 2 40 Wise Scholar. 117 (Mitchell) 2 40 Tims. 0:54 45. Aroostook, Mla-Oulde. Duffin Figlitln Thru. Miatitv Kat and Tu- uuicain aiso ran. a Sleekier entry. KOI ItTH A furlonest 4 vesr olds un King Mowlee. 119 (Mi(chell)7.00 3 liO 2.40 Delia Eagle. 118 iShuk).. 3.60 2 40 Kuleimau, 1 26 ( Boulmetls) . 2 40 Time. 1:12 4-5 Choraller. RJgor Mortis aiin nv-jvan noca also ran. FIFTH 1 ml a: 3 year olds snd tin Ealoniown, 117 (Nash) ..7.20 3.80 2 20 Arthur Pilate, 109 (Shuk).. 5.40 2 40 Algaair, 120 t Boulmetis I . . 2 20 Time 1.159. Regal and Call Over aiso ran SIXTH 6 furlongs; 3 year olds. Cinda. 116 (Mitchell) 18.40 7.60 5 20 Timor, 118 (Mora)...... 4.60 3 20 Oreo. 121 (Nash) 5 40 Time. 1:12 2-5. Decapollg. Inyureve. One Count. Blue Square, Jampol and Prise Ring also ran. SE1ENTH m miles! 4 year olds up. Royal Helio. 119 (McKee) 3.80 2 80 2 1,0 Blazing Pomp, 113 (.Shuk) 3.80 3.20 Signal Way. 113 (Bovine),. 6.00 Time 2:36. Hot Footed. Ispahan Kajo-cahu and Tartar II alao ran EKillTH 6 furlongs: 4 year olds up. Flap Not, 111 (A. Vasil) 5.80 3 20 2 60 Trlmshlp. 115 (Monteiro) 5.00 3.20 Alexis. 112 (Zanelli) 3 00 Time 1:134,. lnaname. Point I'p. Gal-lalad. Mtrclon and Isotope also ran. Laurel Entries MONDAY Clear and fast FIRST 6 furlonga- 4 year olda and up: Rovers Play Mexico AC The Rovers take time out from their playoff battle with El Sal vador Club for a San Francisco Soccer Football Association first division berth today. Instead, they tackle Mexico AC in the feature game of the Cali fornia Football Association Cup second round play at Golden Gate Park Polo Stadium at 2:45 o'clock. ; The Olympic Club tackles the powerful Pan Americans at 1 p. m. A Stockton club; the Aztecs, tests the San Francisco Jets at the same time. i At 11 a. m., Maltese plays Greek Americans and El Salva dor plays the Luzo Americans of Hayward in a delayed Senior Cup first round game. Off to Games Trials Six San Francisco soccer players will leave for Los Angeles Thursday en route to St. Louis for the United States Olympic Games tryouts April 5 and 6. They are Marino Mangiola, Sergio Campagna, Martin Krumm, Frisky Zulker, Bob Korbus, and Rigo BolanOs. Two Los Angeles players Andy Keir and Bob Keiii will accompany thorn east, The trip will be supervised by Frank Seineke, president of .the California Football Association. Youth Pitches No-Hit Game By Eddie Muller We could have blamed it on our recent hot Mike Craddic hurled a no-hit no-run game as the Portola Dads Club crushed the Chinese Opti mists, 24-0, in the Big Brother Baseball League at Harrison Park yesterday. Gene Delfino cracked out three hits and drove in six runs to lead the SF Pirates to an 8-1 tri umph over the Marina Lions in the other top game. C hinese Opt. (0) I Prtla. Dad's CI. Fong.c 3 0 01 8. Flonea.Sb 4 tim er 3 O o A Mem, 1.11,2b I.unt.aa 2 0 O F. Oermno.e J.Munttso.aa 0 MlraRellilD v J.AUKUH, O r-i V Foon.p Wong. 20 Jus. If Chu If Cw.rf Leong.3b 3 (241 4 2 0 o. Young rf 0 p Page If O MCraddlc.p T"al 18 O 01 Totals 28 24 10 S. F. Pirates (81. Marina Lions (I). Player. AB.R.Hl Player. AB.R.H V Perry.311 2 0 0 Kaarian c-3b 3 1 1 fDaiuser Ulrl ..106!"Kalluai Ill Shine On . . . .. .ltd'Tlmem 121 Good Valley ...116 Golng Placea ...119 0ne-O-Cat . ,...11 6 Marengo 118 Ballawood ....lit Gnu ...118 Aim USj'Sallent 108 Rough Ce.idy . . llDBellanoch Ill SF.COM) 8 furlongs: 3 year o de: Wise Vote .....317; Cedar Dock . . . , cno cno Ban . .mw.iunis N'iDDinii Oalway Boy . ., Christie Helen Contrary Jean , Bull Run Boy . Blenwick . . . THIRD 4 Mi Quick Imperial B!ue Law . . . , 3Hkr-KI-Bahr .. Noatreoor .... Bills Sun Navy Page , .. stlerman L. . ajlmmy's First a-O Brey and FOI RTH 8 Qtaenmo .., 109'Dldnsllp .114 .114 .114 .117Jerky ...112 , juuisun Tiger ......lis .114AceTIP 109 .lMIHanov Bull 114 .114 1 Aunt Jane 102 fni-lnnpa- 9 vear nl,ta .118 .Mister Dart ....118 ,118; Amylamine 118 , 1 18 Isasmootbie .,,.118 .1 18 bLautenberg ,.,,118 lis Owen Facsimile .118 1 18 Friction , 1 18 Jackadandy ,., .HSbBingie Friedman entrv. b-Llansollen Farm and Ring entry. furlonga; 3 year olds? .122 tZephyrette .... US 118 118 110 122 122 Curoae ........ 1 1 7Dionvsius Estuary ....... 1 22 Canta in Mail First Spur ... ..1 17!Runnlng 8hort ..117 Whtrlahend ....122 Dust pan 122 Contv Bay 122 Blue Nnrka 117 vy Ball 122 Oris Oris 117 Port Windsor . ..122Xuck Stone .... 122 r IFTH 6 furlonei: 4 year olds and up: Merry Hiek . ... 107 Kinsman 118 Mma Tinka .. . . 1 11 War Pilar ...113 Selector 11 2! Rocky Helghls .,112 Siin-ttfirv ..... 1 10, sixth I 1.16U) miles: 4 year olds up tWule Request .106 'Dtlnn Ill Four Chances ..114 Wright Angle ...119 Dlrectolre .... 1 21 Reveille 117 Brandy Punch ..124 llocnlla ........118 tDavllght Time .110 Mllldale 117 SEIENTII 1 l-16tu miles: 4 year olds ana up: Thlerrelln 118' First Glen 111 Boulevardler . , . 1 1 1 tOulckaet 109 To Slav llli'Demavend 111 I.ucullui lldOoao Iir, Temm 107 -Hearty Laugh .109 Superha . .. ....llllBobby B ..11H Khv-her Kasa llh Adrianna l Tra ncer ...... 1 16 Bougent 116 Mi.HTii fl furlongs: 4 vear oraa ud: Fair Triad 114 Approval 118 Roman voe 11B "Great wnr ...lit Rose Poll 118 Mt. Alto 118 Valanza 116 Hilda 113 Hvoeraonlo lllitswords Town ..114 Caramha 116 Alma B. 113 Flghllng Mad .US! 5 pounds : t7 pounds apprentice allow ance claimed DeMrtinUb Morena.as Palma.lf Flowrday.lb Pearrl.p Delflno.cf Archibald. 2b Mlnney,2b Rates.e BalastrarLrf Sulltcf lPrlncs.rf 1 Berto.cf 0: MeCoy.lf ' 2 Nunei.c 1. Pierce. 3b 3' Lemire.ss OiBowe.lb 0' Dunson,2t 0' Oldham 0 Maraccinl.p 1 Flanagan, p Totals 26 8 91 Totals 24 1 5 Eureka Valley. Banker T. Wash'gtnn. Player. AB.R.H. nayer. AH K M 4 o ti Moxoeii.as a 1 1 M anion, If 3 Hooper,2t Stone, lb BRles.aa t Rlng.e'f Oleary.o , 8rhwengr.3b Ragsdale. rf Hickey.lf Jacobsnn.p 1 1 Lane 1 h i'D.McPiian.Sb 1 Wright. c O Ounter.cf ILMcArthur.rf 0 Crawford.2b. O'Cnsey.p Jordan. If- M McPhsn.2b Johnson, rf Jones. rf Hensley,2o Larsen Winner MIAMI (Fla.), March 29. CAP) Top-seeded players in the Miami invitational tennis tourna ment advanced today. Art Larsen of San Loandro, Calif., was an easy 6-3, 6-0 winner over Don 4Caiser of the University of Mi ami. GGF Workouts Yesterday (Courtesy of Triangle Publications, Yesterday's most impressive workouts: Inc.) THREE-EK.HTliS Conejo Bonita ::I5i Shady Boo'? :35- Sugar n' Spice :35't ONE-HALF Coma :47 Forelock :47 Nunca Nunca :47 8m Spanish Cream :47 Shoes In Hand :47 Tatiered Glory :47H FIVK-ridllTIIS Count Silver :59 Dlna Bam 1:10 C.lenbar 1:10 Pegowav 1 -.00 Prince Blrte 1:004, Top Royal 1 :00t,bg. Ze Pippin 1:00 V, SEVEN-EIGHTHS Mile Patch 1:2? H THKEK-Ql'AKTERS Bulllghterl:13aa Great Dream 1:14 Grey Reading 1:14 Iloraetrader-Ed 1:14 Juat Why l:14H Royal Teddy 1:144 ONE MILE Patronage 1 :408i Wave LengUi 1:40 4 Totals 3J Vlaltr'n Valley Chlgl('na,2b 4 Fnraland.cr Baln.c Turantfno.p Pnrter..1b Toft. 3b Hamilton, If La Fnunln.ee McGregor, rf l.nucta rf J Foralnd lb Personiua.lb 6 5 (21)i Totals Canoe 1 Decsnny.cf 3 Gomez. cf 2 tatiea cf O Lee.rf O' Ramlres.rf 0 Thoreicn If 1 SaiumvJoe.lf 0 D Meeley.lb 0 Dorsev p 0' Vandeutek.as 1 BautlU.2b -0 Canalea.:ib I Newberry .0 I Ramos, e I VIMegaa.cf Adlao.cf 39 T Rip (7) spell but Joe Benjamin said that wasn't the reason he was burning. "It's this," said the dapper ex-lightweight boxer, pointing to a column Jn which Mannie Seamon, Joe Louis' trainer, told a New York newspaperman that Louis would have knocked out Jack Dempsey the best day Jack ever lived. , If there's anything Benjamin dislikes it's guys who go around putting the blast on Dempsey. The affable Josephus, a long time pal of the old Mauler, just won t stand for any anti-Dempsey stuff, no matter what Referring to the above mentioned Seamon, Benjamin exclaimed: "How far out of line can one get?" ' Then he took over, every now and then wiping beads of perspi ration from his brow, "First, Dempsey had more speed than most lightweights. He stopped such speedy heavyweights as Carpentler, Billy Miske, Bill Brennan, Battling Levinsky snd beat Tommy Gibbons, hy out-boxing him in fifteen rounds. Gibbons had as much speed and cleverness as any heavyweight around." Apparently this statement was made to counteract Seamon's declaration that Dempsey made a reputation on big slow guys like Jess Willard and Louis Firpo. "Seamon forgets that when Dempsey fought Tunney in his lust two fights he was slowed to a walk. The three year layoff . between the Firpo fight in 'SS and the Tunney fights in 26-'27 slowed Dempsey up as it did Louis. Dempsey, who was the fastest on his feet of any champion, came out after that layoff to face Tunney as a flat-footed slowed up old man. But he fought only as a real champion can fight His heart carried him through. "Louis never had the tiger instinct that the Old Manassa Mauler had. Dempsey just wouldn't go down. He kept his punch until the end, having Tunney on the floor for a sixteen count. "Tunney and Louis would have been a hard one to pick. But not Dempsey. Jack in his prime stood out like a Dl Maggio. "I should know something about Dempsey. I was with him here in San Francisco In the spring of 1917. We lived at the Beach and I trained with him for most all of his fights. I seconded him in the Miske fight at Benton Harbor. I wag with him for the Brennan fight in New York. I trained him for the Carpentler fight in Jersey City. I also trained and seconded him for the Firpo fight In Jersey. I was up there In Shelby for that Gibbons fight, too. "So you see I have a pretty good line on my old pal, Dempsey. When they talk of fighters in our day Just forget about the others. There was only one Dempsey. What a fighter! And what a guy!" Benjamin had one more beef to register but it didn't concern Dempsey. He couldn't believe that another old friend, Pal Moore, was in town, and failed to look him up. Informed that Moore had returned to Los Angeles, Joe said: "I'm going there tomorrow and if I find out that he didn't look me up while he was here I won't do a thing. They tell me he's In much better shape than I am." McColl Inks Three-Year Ch icaqo Bear Contract ee (Continued from Page 31) Totals .12 21 81 Totals 20 7 4 Utile VII. MkU (Bl Colnm. Park BO"(4) Wilson. 2b Matteson,2t Fields as Oaborne.av Lrguwakl.lb Glnaaer.lb Bruce c Stanlch.Sh Thomaa.3b Booth. If-McCartliy.lf Battaglia.cf Murray. rf John son. rf Heidohorn,rf Evana.p Totals Mission C, ( Duran.2b Zamacna.rt ciouter.lb Crui.3b T.enhardy.si Cloutler.rf Nolan. rf Wayne, If Guerrero.lf M Mencimv.p 1' Sllva.ss 0 Rlchard.cf O' Kim.2b 1! Harris, lb 0 Igmanaon.If 1 1 Morton, p-e llL.Wallace.c-p 01 Wallace.rf l!8alala3b 0 Hall,2b 2 Qulntlng.cf 01 A.Harrla.rf , O Sneathen lf OiBrhlrle,3b 01 01 Hulas tells me to. And it would be fun teaming up with George Connor (star Bear linebacker )." McColl added that he was look ing forward to fall because, he "never got enough football In eol lege." "I like the game and I'm grateful to It for what It has done for me," he said. "It has helped me tremendously to reach my goal which Is medicine.".. ,:,...-. ..-v-rH - .ly, Ha added there was no doubt in hi3 mind he could pack his book work and play football. He is an exceptional student. Seven other Bears have done It, including Dunny Fortmann and Bill Osmanskl, why can't I?" ho asked. COUNT ON BROWN. It Is possible that McColl will team up with another Bay area college star to lift the Bears once again to the forefront. With the possible retirement of Quarter back Johnny Lujack, former Notre Dame star, Eddie Brown of Totals 26 8 71 Tot n!s 24 4 4 lent. (4)1 Bed Shield (II ) 2 1 1 Cnebara.cf 2 11 3 0 0 Kldd, 2I 3 10 2 0 ()!I.opei,3b 110 2 0 OFIynn ta 3 2 0 3 0 0 Pet arson o 3 0 0 2 1 O Barher.lf 2 2 2 2 1 O' Sandlee.lh 1 0 0 3 10 Schmidt. lb '010 1 0 O Knope.rf 2 0 0 3 0 0 Lamont.rf 0 10 lO'Nell.p 2 2 1 isims.cr ooo (Adams, If 0 0 0 Laniiodio,2b 0 0 0 22 4 1' Totals 19 11 4 contending position, raced on outside while being held tinder light restraint In run down backstretch. displaced ADMIRAL DRAKS when ready on leaving backstretch and gave way readily to winner In late stages. STURDY ONE slow to begin, was wlaely brought to Inside and held under snug restraint for first half mile, came to outside to circle his field on second turn ana nnisnga run oi run. aiujihu neia in reserve while racing between horses to midway of second turn where he rallied gamely when railed upon and closed with good courage. MUCHO HOSSO aaved ground In an even hut stout performance. ADMIRAL DRAKE tired from his pacemaklng efforts. ALL BI.I'E was never a contender. SIMONHBZ wanted for racing room much of the way. FIRST REPEATER was Used up early. Scratched 1681 BuIIreigh Jr. Wagering 8201 749. 1715 f NINTH RACK 1 1-16 miles; 4 year elds and up; claiming; all enlered for 82.nnn; purse, sz.oon. spilt: n inner, h.timii ztio, un; jrn, a: 4th, a 1211. Ii dcx Horse Owner Wt PP. St, t, , Btr. Fin. BL. Jockey Odds M7S Glory '1 ide (C. A. Blue) . 112 7 2 .1) 5' 4 ''4 5" iT Baird L30 1679 dl'nion Flag (R. D. Hurn)112 9 15' 3 Si 3't 2 Slendr 19.55 !A4t En Ruaca ( B. ft R. Stable) 115 5 10 7 6 7' 44 3 l Volike 4 7,1 1641 '(ash Reward (L.W.KIdd) 107 J 7 8 8i 6i 6i 4 lt PMorno 2 60 1676 Stuffed Shirt (Five P. St. )112 4 3 2" 1 1 hat l't 5 3 Ollaaon 11.6.1 16R9 Portland Fox (O.J. Dente)110 3 1" 2 3J 6" Marsh 2 9.1 1576 Hitherto tBieber Lewla)112 10 8 4 4 6i 7 7' 6 Nevea 9 3.1 1676 Reporting (A. V. Gomes). 105 1 6J 7 8' 8 8 1 lies 16 80 06(7 Swirling (J. Leonard) 112 6 5 10 10 94 91 ai in, Miller 30 6ft 18.11 Tonho Iah (W. Wllatead).112 8 9 91 01 10 10 10 24 4 Jones 94.65 d-Disquallfled and placed third. Time !!3. :47'i, 1:114. 1:38 62 MCTC ELS TAID C.lnrv Tide 16.60 8.80 8.60 Fn Buaea 8.40 4.00 Inlim ling 7.40 1:45. Clear and fast. KUI IVALENT ODDS Glory Tide 7.30-1 3.16-1 1.80-1 En Busra 1.10-1 I.IMI-1 I nlon Mag 2.10-1 winner ch .. 5 bv Warv Olorv-.MIddle Brook; trained by owner, oil at once at 17. Start good from gate, won all driving. ni.ORy TIDR! taken under snug restraint at the start, came to outside when commencing his bid on second turn and proved sllchtly beat In a stiff drive. UNION FLAG unhurried while raolng on outside in early running, rallied from between horses o make a bold hid In mldatretrn. and wnue lugging in was nm quue gooo ruuueui sum was disqualified and piacea intra lor lnierienns wun e,,s duos. e.,. duo, slipped through along inner rail when making hla bid on entering stretch to close with rush but wanted lor racing room inrougn unai sieges, v son n-crrvn., iumia ,e best stride too late. STUFFED SHIRT and PORTLAND FOX were used up in vieing lead. Scratched iit7B Btspin 1 asu .wagering i,ou. j.oi wagering Attendance 21.837. Gonzales Defeats Segura for Title PHILADELPHIA, March 29. (AP) Richard (Pancho) Gonza les of Los Angeles overpowered Francisco (Pancho) Segura of Ecuador, tonight, 6-3, 6-2, to win the Masters World Professional Tennis Tournament. Los Altos Golf Men's point par: Clnss A L. L. Morrison. 28-10-38: Pete Haas, 33-5-38; J. Hopkins, 35-2-37. Class B vern Svbold. lfl-2.1-42; M. Bela-nliiRI. 16-24-40; Cliff Morris, 17-21-38; J. M. Atkinson. 21-1B-37. 4 Auto Races Set for Today Four auto racing programs are on tap at Bay area tracks today. Meets are slated for the Oak land Speedway, Stockton Sta dium, Stockton Kingdon Air strip, and the San Jose Speed way. One hundred fifty cars and motorcycles will participate in the Oakland events which get underway at 2 p. m. Midgets and hard-tops will be featured on the San Jose program. Pvaces get underway at 2:30 p. m. in the btocKton fatadium hard top program. Time trials start at 1 p. m. The sixteenth drag race program will bo held at Kingdon Airstrip at 3 p. m. Time trials are scheduled for p. m. Ace for Prepster Martin Ladenheim, 17, member of the Lincoln High school team, yesterday scored a hole in one at Harding Park. Playing with Ron Green, Dave watkins and his father, Walter Ladenheim, Martin, who has been playing golf for three years, sank his tee shot with a No. 2 iron on the 194-yard eighth hole. University of San Francisco may become the key passer and big wheel of the offense. Clark Shaughnessy, offensive coach of the Bears, said while here recently:, "Brown looks like the goods to me we're counting heavily upon him." MurakoYvskl Traded CHICAGO, March 29. (INS) -i-The Chicago Cardinals profes sional football team today acquired Fullback Art Murakowski and Guard Bob Momsen from the Detroit Lions in a trade for veteran Quarterback Jim Hardy, . No cash was Involved In the trade. Murakowski, who lives in East Chicago, Ind., was an AH Ameri- can fullback for .Northwestern and hero of the Rose Bowl game in 1948. Momsen comes from Ohio State and lives in Toledo, 0. Hardy has seen seven years service with the Cardinals and the Los Angeles Rams. S'an Jratiriaro Hxamtnrr.35 Sunday. Merer) 30, 1952" CCCC Yank Aids Oxford In Boat Triumph Over Cambridge PUTNEYON-THAMES (Eng land), March 29. (INS) An Oxford University crew that in cluded a former Harvard oarsman defeated Cambridge Uni versity by only four feet today in the annual Thames River boat classic, during a snowstorm. The official time for the four and one half mjle race under the" worst weather conditions in memory was twenty minutes and twenty-three seconds. The Oxford oarsmen scored with a tremendous 100-yard spurt to snap a five time winning streak by Cambridge. An American, Kenneth H. Keniston, former Harvard crew man, aided the Oxford victory as No. 6 crewman. Mack Bags. 1.129 Series By Carl Reich ; Billy Mack really set sail foi his second consecutive Bowling Writers Tournament for Charity title at Broadway-Van Ness last night. lhe machinelike little strike maker poured 'em In for a five game 1,129 series highest of the meet to rocket his total to 4,227, for twenty games. Mack now has a 118 pin lead and ranks the favorite to win again and meet national match game Champion Junie McMahon here April 18, 19, and 20. But Billy expects trouble at Lin coln Bowl, where the twelve-man field shoots another five games at 1:30 p. m. today. "Those laneJ are always, tough for me, he ad mits. GOLDEN GATE NEXT. Following the afternoon ses sion, the field moves to Golden Gate at 7:30 p. m. Total pinnage for the week end's firing, plus that for the previous three ses sions, will determine which eight men will carry over into the semi finals. Mack's 1,129 eclipsed the pre vious high of 1,062 by M. O. Davis at Lincoln Bowl last Sunday. His 226 average performance was more remarkable in that it included a 170 game. Billy appeared headed for a 300 on the final game. However, after seven consecutive strikes, he picked a "cherry" and fol lowed with a clean miss to wind up at 232. DAVIS SECOND." Davis clung to second place by bagging 1,077, for a twenty game total of 4,111. Big Moe only other man over the 200 mark has a 205 average. Ken Bailer, who finished sec ond with a 200 average over the sixty games last year, plum meted from sixth to last with an 859 performance. Under cross questioning, he admitted sprain ing his right wrist yesterday, but insisted upon continuing. Billy Mack (4227) ii-r,i,-:3-i.,i 1129 M. O. Davis (4111) 205-1 P7-2VV221-1 00 107T . It-d Klklne i:t.6) 221-190-103-193-181971 Frank 4 larerle 3!0H) 179-2H2 224-175-157 -937 Bill Ralnnl (3006) ' S10-205-101-1 82-170 6S al Koch (3600) 221-225-1 93-187-1 80 100 AI Moore. (3606) 215- 174-174-245-177985 Rill Mills (36R4) 203-211-205-215-204 103$ Hal Berg 13813) . ., S01-183-2O-193-223 100 Fussy Khlmada (3662) 216- 1 61-21 4-202-169 862 Ore Mayer (3S5S) 169-1 73-1 R1-243-16S 934 Ken Butler (3804) . ' J52-148-19S-184-177 59 700f Series in ABC Tourney MILWAUKEE. March 29. (AP) Curt Freeland, 37, of In dianapolis, tonight rolled the second "700" series of the American Bowling Congress tournament li taking over first place in the sin gles with 702. f His games were 211, 213 and 278, his third game tying Earl Probst, Milwaukee, for high game in any event. Freeland, who holds a 174 aver age, put together nine straight strikes in his third game. On his tenth ball, he was high on the head pin and left Nos. 4 and 8 which he converted for the spare. Hi3 "extra" ball carried for the strike. It was the first "700" of his life. AdamsFund Closes With $573 on Hand The Examiner's Andy Adams Fund drive exceeded by $223.tJ6 the goal of $350. Two final contribution, yester day raised the total to $573.86. They tame from W. J. Williams, operator of the Mariposa, Calif., Barber Shop ($2) and William L. Rodeers, Pacific Southcoast Freight Bureau ($5). Mills Beaten in Billiard Tourney BOSTON. March 29. (AP) Arthur , Cranf ield of Syracuse, N. Y. and Jimmy Moore of Albuquerque, N. M., both unseeded, continued today as the surprise players in the world championship pocket billiard round-robin series by each winning their fourth matches in five starts. George Chenier of Toronto, with a high run of forty-five in the fourth inning, defeated Jimmie Mills of San Jose, 150-110, in sev enteen Innings. Willie Mosconl had an easy time defeating John Fitzpatriclc of Washington, D. C, 150-22, in 15 innings. Bay ArcaSainflot Baseball Schedule ...19:00 , .14:00 .11 :30 8. F. FARK-KKO BOOKINGS CI.A A AMT.BICAV LFAGPR SKCOND HALF PLAYOFF. Dirk's Radio ys. Ilnpleg Cleaners, Harrison. , . . . . 1 :00 ClJtSU A PAClMt) tuur i.r.i-.i r, ruiivrra Loral No. 14 ys. The Itoblns, Fnnaton No. 2.... Barney Kerns Service vs. tirneral Hood. Neaion CLASS A MANAtiFRS I.EAOl'E Syl'i Service vs. i. A. Ilerrog, (irahnm 13:00 M nanipninsnip rinyoiif The Sportsmen vs. Bombos Club, Clubhouse INIIKPKNBKNT (lAMI'S (liiadnlupe NNOW vs. Levltan Co., Funstnn o. 1 ... . Is ogel hevmlrt vs. Ki'gal rale, runaion i.. College Hill Merchants vs. S. F. alibles, I unslon o. Tufa Jeweler, vs. Johnnies Billiards, t.rahiim tlrrgnry All Stars vs. The Larks, St. Jlarj'i.,,, Verdi lllb ya. S. F. Padres, St. Mary's The Mitstanis vs. Marty'a Midgets. St. Mary's......... Three irs va. manna i.wns. runston .-o Portola Dads' Club . Kaipirs f leaner, rortoia. Freelalor Stripling vs. Joes Leaning Jrs O. View 2.. 00 00 2:00 2 :00 2:00 10:00 1 1 :00 10:OO ...... loir No. I..l:tm rartoeff Paints vs. Oolden Otvte Post Net. 40. Harrison . a . . :O0 I. F. Pirates vs. Bl Rite) Market, Graham, a. a 10:0O 11:30 rotrero mil si, i . vs. n. r. un. giwsms, . HIKSI H PRICK HOOKINO". Treaiure Island vs. Don f.llmore. Treasure Island..,.,,.. JK10 Palo Alto Oaks vs. Del Monte Meats, Palo Altai 9:00 Sarle A. C. vs. P. B. S. :agles, Marrhhank Howl 1:00 Daly City A. C. vs. L-alle Sells, Marchnank Bowl 13:00 Haon-vIHe lgioa vs. California Tigers, Boone ville ..... . 2:00 Kin Vista vs. Jelferaone. Rio Vista . 2:30 lllrlands Br.-wery v. Molkenhuhr Bros., Saa Jose Stadium 2:15 lakima v. New Pisa Hcstnumnt, llraldslmrg 9.00 San ilucntln vs. Motrat Manteea. San Quentln 11:00 Lucky I.atiw vs. rillahurg Veterans, Washington Park, Alameda 9:00 Sixth Army a. Fosters I.nnrh, Presidio 1:30 KOMK-AMIKKSOV B( SltltllO I.F. Aftl'K Talon Red Box vs. Trader-Kcott, Biishrod Nn. ...17:00 Uitila Store vs. Bray's I srl t'nr. Hushrod Nn. 9...... 9:30 Holly Packer vs. Naval Supply tenter, Bushmd No. 1.... 13:00 Chapel of Oaks vs. Ilnv's Drugs, Ruahrnd No. l.u,,,.. 3:30 INDtTF.NHF.NT GAMM larky Lager VS. PllUhnrg V. r. W., Washingtoa 9:00 Old Heidelberg vs. raderrnanl Oast. I'o.. Mcal'esuaeA. a I:Oe Richmond Alcrrnanes vs. Valleja Builders. VaDeJ. ....... 9:30 laUfornLa Tiger vs. BoeavUla. 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