The Vancouver Sun from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on June 16, 1952 · 14
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The Vancouver Sun from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada · 14

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Grdina ICops Dodo Feature Ivan Grdina, who has , Hcored four aces during the past four years, was up to his via uicits wneu nie Vancouver Sun's Hole-In-One tourney opened at Stanley Park Saturday afternoon. The baker-golfer captured the daily feature when he came an Inch from scoring his fifth dodo. Th ball rolled into the cup and out again. Rain interfered with play late Sunday afternoon but the tourney continues again this evening with $25 in cash going to anybody scoring an ace. SATURDAY'S XKSl'LT Prize winners: 1, Ivan Grdina. 1 Ins.; 2, A Facer, in.; 3, A. Har rison, 20 liii.; 4, Donald Campbell, S2 k)S.; 8, Ray Lrduc, M Ins. Womeii Mrs. T. Kraus. Qualifiers lor linal: Herb Cole, Murdo McDonald, Waller Bluinm, Lou Pureault, R. M. Cave, A. F. Johnston, L. Gould, E. U. Baynes, , Harry Gourlay, J, D, Barret, W. Mo Adnm, J. Tanish. J. M. Boucher. T. E. Meredith, M. Eugene, W. Randall, W. J. Morrison, Wayne Smith, H. Despardines, J. Semper, R. M. Harris, S. Moss, A, Las'igne, C. H. j Creagh, D. Tuttle, M. Watson, R. McQuarrie, F. W, Foster, D. Jackson, G. Ruddirk, M. McKean, K. Quinn, J. Hood, H. M. Moore, Hans Kristof- i ferson, Finn Borch-Moe, Knot Haga. . E. H. Stephens, P. Mason. Anthony j Grdina, M. Good, P. Tyrus, P. O. Nensen, n. iomoardo. , Mrs. F, W. Foster, Mrs. T. Meredith and . Mrs. Patrick. ROYALS, LEGION ADVANCE IN PROVINCIAL CUP In weekend Provincial Cup soccer competition, New Westminster Royals and South Burnaby Legion moved to the second round of the series with lopsided yictories. , Royals . trampled Dominions 10-2 at Queen's Park. Centre forward Tom Druce led the Royals' attack by scoring six goals. South Hill was easy meat for South Burnaby in their Saturday game at Memorial South Park. Burnaby won 5-1, of which three were scored by centre forward Lex Henderson. ') JEFFERD SAYS ONE FOR THE BOOKS 14 THE VANCOUVER SUN', Mon., June. 16,. 1952 Giants Lose After Big 11-0 Lead 'Swim B.C's Team Greatest' The 15 swimmers who will leave Vancouver for Hamilton, Ont, Wednesday night, comprise "the greatest Cana dian Olympic trials team B.C. has ever had." That is the considered opinion By JOE REICHLF.R Imagine a big-league baseball team blowing an 110 lead! It happened yesterday, and to the National League champion New York Giants at that. Sunday produced lots of excitement as New York Yankees increased their first-place lead in the American League with two victories over Cleveland Indians, Boston Braves chilled the red-hot Chicago Cubs with a double defeat and Cincinnati Reds won their first game of the season from Brooklyn Dodgers. Nothing, however, . matched St. Louis Cardinals' feat of overcoming the Giants' 11-0 lead to win 14-12. The proud Polo Grounders probably never wiil forget yesterday's doubleheader with the Redbirds, although they man-aged, to gain a split by winning the second game, 3-Q. But oh, what a first game! Leading 110 after four innings, with ace Sal Maglie on .the mound, and losing the game? The Giants still can't 'believe it. Neither can the circuit's largest crowd of the campaign 41,899 goggle-eyed fans. Held runless for four innings, the Cardinals routed Maglie with a seven-run fifth, climaxed by Enos Slaughter's three-run homer. Three more runs off Hoyt Wilhelm in the seventh cut the Giants' margin to one run. i . Solly Hemus' leadoff homer off George Spencer in the eighth tied the score at 11-11, and Slaughter's single off loser Max Lanier in the same inning finally put the Cards in front, 12-11. Another homer, by Hemus with one on in the ninth offset a Giant score in their half of the last frame. The Yankees opened up a lVa game lead in the American, thrashing the Indians twice, 8-2 and 4-3. The largest turnout of the year 69,468 fans watched the Yankees win their 12th and 13th games in 15 starts. Ed Lopat coasted to the first game Victory, his 34th in 43 decisions withthe Tribe. (See results, Page 13). CLEVELAND, June 16 (AP) Herbert Score, 19, a southpaw pitcher from Lake Worth, Fla., and one of base ball's most sought-after youngsters, was signed Saturday by Cleveland Indians. WHY SUFFER PAIN? Get QUICK an J EFFECTIVE RKI.IEF by Taklnr A SAFE REMEDY fur Billons or Nervous HEADACHE and Sain of Neuralgia, Neuritis, heumatlsm and Nerves. Scotland' lead in K proprietary medicine for over 30 years. Now obtainable in Canada, at your dm s gist. Write or phone: R. K. MILLAR 815 Osier St., Vancouver, B.f!. KE. (140V North Shore Favored It seems a cinch that North Shore will carry off the Main land Cricket League Championship. After its convincing win over Brockton Point on Saturday, it should be a walk-over. This victory left North Shore undefeated leaders of the league after seven rounds of play. In the two other "A" Division matches played on Saturday, Vancouver narrowly defeated South Hill, while Rowing Club trounced Varsity. of Art Jefferd, chairman of the B.C. drive for funds needed to send athletes to the trials. "We certainly have a good investment as far as these swimmers are concerned," added Jefferd after he watched parti cipants in a Vancouver Amateur Swimming Club meet set four new Canadian records at the Crystal Pool Saturday night. Nine of the trials team members are from the VASC. Gerry McNamee set three of the records. He broke his own 200-yard, and 220-yard freestyle marks and a 440-yard freestyle time established in 1936. Gerry did the 200 in 2:00.1, two and one-half seconds belter than his old mark and the 220 in 2:13.4. The 400-yard men's freestyle relay record of 3:47.8, set in 1934, was finished in 3:41.3 by the VASC relay team of Ted Simpson, Ron Crane, Jim Bain and Gerry. McAlpine Gets New Job Doug McAlpine has been appointed professional at the Beach Grove Golf Club, Boundary Bay. The popular pro woundup1 his duties .Sunday at Exhibition Park. Baz Nagle Leads BCE To Ball Win Baz Nagle, a gent who can pitch and hit, was the chief factor in BCE's surprise win over New Westminster Lucky Royals Sunday in a Kingsway Inter-City Baseball League game played at False Creek Park. Nagle threw seven-hit ball at Les Brown's faltering Royals to give BCE their second win of the year. BCE scored three runs in the eighth inning to break a 3-3 tie and cinch the 6-3 verdict. Nagle was top batsman for the winners, too. He connected twice in four trips to the plate. Nagle's big hit was a homer in the fourth inning. BCE , (Bl 100 03-6 7 Royals ; (102 100 003 & Nagle and Dutkcwich; Byman, Kelly (8i and Norman. IAKFF LAKE LOUISE ROUTE The Diesel way between Calgary and Vancouver, through beam i ful Banff and Lake Louise. See the Canadian Rockies in (? solid comfort. GREAT WEST EXPRESS ROUTE See Canada's great Western oil development on yonr way East or west between Calgary and Winnipeg . . . visit basthng 5 NORTH SHORE ROUTE The direct, all-rail way along the ragged, colourful Great Lakes shore; Here, as always, thougbnul Canadian Pacibc service and hospitality, j OUHKC STy. Winnipeg ... visit bustling !saa-VS7 Pacihc service and hospitality, j CJ ramonton ana sasitatoon. ' -ok M0 I .mlj J&rJX TW ( TjSSQA RAIL-WATER ROUTE I . . A 2SJ A TRANSCONTINENTAL V CXXTV'' , ., . t vancowV AV-.V n "DOMINION" ROUTE Tv-so, Break yor rail trip East or West .ff" . wWiDCtpV- , m WH'1 2-day Great Lakes cruise -A"" TdAllyT-v, .4." From WinniDce. thrwutrh 1 . " between Port McNicoll and Fort I KNTICTOM 1 J 1 2 C00UIHAUA ROUn The southern Rockies route Vancouver to Lethbridge via the Crowsnest Pass. Now, on new daylight scheduling through the Coquihalla Pass you see breathtaking mountain scenery, From Winnipeg, through Regina and Calgary-Banff -Lake Louise, yon see Canada's scenic West . . . cross the tolling wheatlands and cattle country. between Port McNicoll and Fort WHliam. Your first class fare coven everything but meals and berth. Another wonderful way to eajof more of Canada Canadian Pacific styief , ' Information end raxnwn'om frm xy Conation Poafk oHk, vor m arf m f. H. DALY, Gmral Agant, PalMnar Dpt. 434 HartWigi St. W, Venoetrrar I J Rain Tosses City Net Show for Loss CHICAGO, June 16 ( AP Grade Lou Comiskey, 31, one of three children of Mrs. Grat-e Comiskew president of Chicago White Sox. died today of a heart attack in hospital. Local Boxla Boys Win NANAIMO, June 16 (CP) Vancouver Combines Saturday night handed Nanaimo Native Sons a 19-12 trimming to im prove their position in the Inter- City Lacrosse League race. Taking a first period 7-1 mar- nm V inin inrnri ii'nnth nvorl n H n vdncuum s a mudi ui) tennis wiaiiipiuti.sinps peneutermined Nanaimo attack in the unaay on $.c. iLiectnc s ciaycourts in weatner mat lett most of them pretty frigid. I - Although most of the ftrst day's draw was completed, nevertheless, the late afternoon fain did alow up tfTe schedule and completely washed out tonight's card. Men's Singles: W. King defeated W. Johnson. -0, 6-0; W. Plcken defeated V. Erdman, 3-6, 6-3, 7S; G. Silvester defeated N. Fong, 6-3, 6-1; C. Berger defeated G. Gardom, 2-6, 6-2, 6-4; A. Zien defeated G. Grieve,' 6-1, 6-3; H. Bryant defeated J. Thomas, S-2, 6-4; R. Dryden defeated J. Bra-verman, 6-0, 6-2; A. Jetfery defeated D. Lawson, 6-0, 6-0; D. Davison de feated R. Gunn, 6-2, 6-3; E. Kemble defeated E. Cardinall, 6-2, 6-3; T. Farquarson defeated M. Greer, 6-0, P-7; J. Churchill defeated W. Keen-an, 6-0, 6-0; W. Jardine defeated D. Stevens, 6-0, 6-0; B. Jaffrav defeated C. Sutherland. 6-1, 6-2; B. Pestell cleleated A. Stack. 6-2, 6-4; A. Walker defeated M. Scott. 6-4, 6-0; W. Lees defeated B. Wark, 6-0. 6-2: J. Cox defeated N. Williams, 6-1, 6-0; D. Drinkle defeated A. Jones, 6-4, 6-1; J. Kemmers defeated H. Lando, wo; G. Parkinson defeated W. Led-Jngham, 6-4, 6-4; S. Green defeated P. Coenen, 6-4, 6-1; J. Swann defeated W. Bishop, 6-3, 6-2. Ladies' Singles: F. Dong defeated V. Bray, 6-0, 6-1: B. Fong defeated D. Brazier, 1-6, 6-3, 6-1; B. Wood defeated M. McLean, B-4, 7-5; J. Mitchell defeated M. Handv, wo; P. Jones defeated G. Dong, 6-3, -4; N. Armstrong defeated S. Beuhler, 6-0, 6-0; D. JEdgell defeated N. Bav- ley. l-B. 6-2, 6-3. Ladies' Doubles: Armstrong and Myers defeated Jones anil Handy, 6-3, 6-3; Sparling and Wood defeated Manson and Wildman, 6-4, 6-3; Edgell and Rose defeated Jones and Handy, wo; Downs and Davenport "c'micu Planer ana Brav, wo. Men's Doubles: Brvant and Churchill defeated Burt and LeMar-ouand, 6-3, 4-6, 6-3; A. Walker and N. Fong defeated Jartray and Hit-rhlns, 7-5, 7-5; King and "Gloster defeated Picken and Silvester, 8-3, 6-3; Thomas and Duncan defeated Bishop and Davison. 5-7, 8-0, 6-3; Dryden and Parkinson defeated Stevenson and Seott, 6-3, 6-1; Lees and Cox detested Pestell and Volkovltch, 4-6, 13-11, 6-0. Racer Crashes Into Fence Two spectacular crashes highlighted the evening's stock-car races at Digney Speedvvav Saturday, with a record 47 cars racing on the quarter-mile track. In the 'A' main event, car No. 14, driven by popular Dennis Newton, went through the east-turn fence at 60 miles an hnur taking out two sections o the ! lence. , - , Segura Stops Budge For Canadian Title QUEBEC, June 16 (CP) Pancho Segura, defending Canadian professional tennis champion, Saturday retained his title by beating Don Budge of New York 6-2, 2-6, 6-2, 6 0. Segura and Budge joined to win the doubles championship with a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Jim Evert of Lrchmount. N.Y, and Bob Stubba of Miami. "... a wMSteb family second period and then went on j q a q 111 to outscore the Sons 2-1 and 8-5! ' I J J '"rB'Snl to O CO TC TO mi IT7 I and Bert Ticehurst led the win- I XI A III I Xl I I I I I 1 Hospital. 'ners with three goaw apiece, JLVi r W 1 . ,1 M m p 1 M 0 ymmmm ff asg ; Athletics Chop Chiefs Win Streak South Burnaby Athletics chop ped Whalley Chiefs 11 game win ring streak at Whallev Sundav right via a six-inning 6-5 victory. snrnuver .. 112 OS2 010 12 12 Langley ont 020 010 4 4 tarter and Miller; Hunter and Hammond inn noo mm 1 5 Furnsby .... 131 211 20x 11 Palon. Fork 3 and Bowjer lln and Spees. f Birrwaby -Jt nia m J WJ!ev nrrj nr3s 5 T. Ep d t. Specs; 6os4n- thco man fecmciiu THE SUN'S ANNUAL "HOLE-IN-ONE" OLF TOURNEY Stanley Park, June 14 to July I Valuable Daily Prizes and $25.00 for every Dodo supplied by Fred Welsh Plumbing and Heating Company. Championship finals, Tuesday, July 1, for Millers Jewelers trophy and $100 from Jack Diamond of Pacific Meat Company to the champion. Here are a few of tlie big list of prizes supplied by the foUouing firms and sportsmen: Empire Brash Works Hydromatic Car-Wash Brush Thorn A Company Ltd. . Tri-iile Standard Lamp Brettell Electric Ltd. Automatic Roasterettt Van Horn Elertrie Ltd. Canadian Beauty Automatic Iron I. R. Tarry limitrd Elei tric Mantel Clock . R. Tarry 1 dozen Golf Balls Embassy Ballroom Cash-in Putter Wellra Corporation Ltd. Traveller ! Shoe Case Willis Windosr Serrira Automatic Iron Bill Yrrrier. Chrome Kitrhen Stool British American Oil Co. 2 cases Oil Emoassr Ballroom 2 dozen Golt Ball! Monrr Btoin Tw dinners at Ftrlriad Pining Jtaaro 4ay Coe Lnmher Company Merchandise Certifirate ' ttrrrisdale teatlnRt A iheet Metal Works Automatic Waffle Iron Gandy's Hardware Stainless Steel Dripolator Allied Heat and Fnel Golfer s Shirt Watkins Winram Limited Stainless Steel Carving Set Kennet Constmrtion Co, 2 dozen Golt Balls W. T. Wallnro Son Ltd. $25.00 Merchandise K, Alpen Set of 6 Garden SpTinks" Gait Bros. Limited ' Sport Shirt Millers Jewelers Cvma Tavannes Watch Nat Bailey Two Dinners at White Spot each day Jnrk Fattisow Tn Chi ken Dinners at Fsfl-fie Athletic Club each day dark tiomood On! r.rtli Sta Hun eock d rrve's In fid evf Fwrrttrt CTb Ch"rif Fnmfo Chrysler Power Brakes Yon wse (e than half the ordinary pedal pressure to bring the cor to a smooth, positive stop, because ovxifiary power boosts the hydraulic bake actioru Chrysler Power Braking gives greater control of the car. Extra safety on highways in trafficl 180 H.P. 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