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ANNOUNCEMENTS BUSINESS SERVICES Moving Local & Long Dlstanca RIGGS CRUSHES BUDGE IN PRO TENNIS FINALS sided that Budge apologized to the Fonfana Drops Close Game to U.C.T. Travelers Victor Shares Lead With Argonauts at Baseball Day's End SUN Mon., July 1 5, 1 946 8 SAN BERNARDINO DAILY Stars, Angels Split; Seals Cling To League Lead With Double Win Williams Bangs Three Homers In Single Game Boston's Twin Win Boosts Lead to 1 1 As Yanks Drop Two BOSTON UP) Ted Williams put on a one-man show yesterday as the Red Sox stretched their league lead to 11 games with a demonstration of power that was calculated to make the other clubs holler "quits." Willowy Ted slammed three home runs in the first game 11-10 slugfest with Cleveland, driving in eight runs, scoring four and adding a single to the 16-blovv attack. In the second game, with Lou Boudreau's unique six-man defense on the right side of the field, LOS ANGELES (.Ft Hollywood and Los Angeles divided yester day's doublcheader before 18 778 - fans at Wngley field, Hollywood j SeatSt VhapPie (3). Briiiheart (6), jtaking the opener, 4 to 1, and the! Bowman (7) and MacDonnell; Jansen Angels the second, 2 to 1, in spite jand lvy- : seven hits. A crowd of 13,031 saw the games. San Dieoo 000 COO 200 2 7 0 to;san Diego ooo 010 o 1 7 o s,ci , ' 7 JT5 verie land Ogrodowski, Ivy (2). OAKS KEEP GOING SEATTLE OP) The Oakland Acorns continued their fight for first placse by taking both ends of a doubleheader from the Seattle iRainiers by scores of 7-2 and 3-2 yesterday before 9,000 fans. Max Marshall's triple off Re- and!lipfer Boh wiIliarns Eave 1ne aks . . : . : I- A nnW,A nftnn YlLlUiy 111 Uie StLUIlU &eimc mid 1 Seattle had taken the lead on ! Char-lev Metro's two-run homer. In the opener, the Oaks made I good use of three Seattle errors o'and turned in for double plays to stave off Seattle threats. '5 ::::::::::SooioioSm . 3jaSer Joe Cronin sent Tex Hugh-' Patica. Bearden (D and Kearse ; son to the rescue in the opener and Tost, c-rphai (3) and Sueme. j hustled Boo Ferriss into the Oakland coo 012 03 5 Seattle 000 200 0 2 7 Soeer. Hafev 6 and Kearse: Pul Speer, Hafey (6) and Kearse: Pui-i for(j Williams (6), Pearson (7) Beard. ams 6), Pearson u) ana RA(N HALTS pQRTL A.ND GAME (.Pi The Sacra- 2 0 Williams lined a double down the right field line, walked twice and scored two runs. RIGHT FIELD CROWDED The net result of Williams' spree was to boost his batting average to a second place .353 and raise his home run total to 26, his runs batted in score to 82 and his runs scored sum to 89. Boston really wanted the two games from Cleveland and Man- breach when Bill Zuber faltered in thr fi-4 finalp. Alter Williams sensational nrsi game exhibition, Boudreau moved his entire infield into the slot be tween first and second and played I Boudreau himself hit a home run and four successive doubles in the tirst game DUI COUlQn I equai- Williams' nnthnrst 401 031 10010 13 3 Boston 005 110 13x 11 16 0 Gromek. Black (3). Berry (7). and Hegan: Dobson. Dreisewerd (1). Bagby (5), Hughson (9) and Partee, Wagner. Cleveland 001 000 111 8 o Boston 030 002 10x S 9 0 Embree, Lemon (7), Gassaway (8) and Lollar, Jordan (8); Zuber, Ferriss (8) and Wagner. SOUTHPAWS RUIN YANKS NEW YORK UP) Detroit Hrnnnfv1 vpw Ynrk'l1 fii behind the eaguerleading Boston Rfid Sqx terd b whipping the yankes Jn b'Qth ends f . , . . . ,nr - , n . fi, ... 0 . .. . .... ... ,bl,yiu ians, On tne SOUinpaw Dltcn-I ing of Hal Newhouser and Stubby ! memo and Portand first game;his centerfielder in right field in caIed jn thfi eleventh imin an attempt to stop the big boy. He tQ ds vesterday , was "stopped" with a 5 for 7 after- scQre at ?.7 night lnoon. FOREST HILLS, N. Y. CAP) Bobby Riggs, an uncooperative little cuss, practically ruined the finals of the national professional tennis tournament yesterday by giving Don Budge an unmerciful-beating before a crowd of about 7,500 at the West Side . Tennis club. The scores were 6-3, 6-1, 6-1, and Budge told the customers frankly through the loudspeakers that what happened to him was the "finest" tennis it ever had been his misfortune to encounter. He wasn't far wrong. Riggs, a far greater player than he ever was as an amateur, simply gave the tall, bespectacled redhead a hiding, disrupting Budge's own game and forcing him into 64 glaring errors. It was so one- Willis Anderson Gains Semifinals In Tennis Tourney SANTA MONICA (LP) Willis Anderson, Los Angeles, defending men's singles national public parks tennis champion, yesterday gained the semifinal round in the Southern California sectional tournament to select qualifier for the national public parks tourney In Memphis next month. In a quarter-final round, Anderson defeated Fred Brunner of Alhambra, 6-0, 6-1. The semifinals and finals will be played next Saturday and Sunday. Quarterfinals of the mixed doubles saw Alice and Les Wanee of San Bernardino defeat L. Whit- ford and R. Andrews of Los Angeles, 2-6, 6-0, 7-5. Pirates Score Four Runs in Ninth, Win San Bernardino Pirates defeated the 'San Bernardino Athletics 7 to 6 yesterday on the Richardson school diamond. It - as their seventh straight league victory. The Pirates were trailing until the ninth frame when they put over four runs to win. Pitcher Hank Morana of the winning club struck out 10 batters The Veteran Travelers will play the Pirates next Sunday Alessandro md. on the . .101 010 C04 7 7 2 5 1 and lAtnieues ooi oou b Morana and Castanon: Buzzane Jeftries. Beats East Highland Latin American baseball club, playing on the East Highlands diamond, defeated the East High- lands team 13 to 10 yesterday. ., . Scoring seven runs in the first inning off Pitcher Mendoza, the Latin American team got a safe lead, Each of the teams secured 11 hits. Arrietta replaced Mend-oza on the mound. Art Romo had a perfect day at bat in getting five hits while "Sunny" Jackson, also of the Latin Americans clouted a three-run homer. League Standings PACIFIC COAST LEAC.UE w. L. Pet. G.B. San Francisco ..72 37 .660 Oakland 72 38 .665 Los Angeles ....58 50 .537 Hollywood 57 51 .523 Sacramento ....52 57 .477 San Diego 50 61 .450 Portland 36 68 .346 Seattle 36 71 .336 13'a 141j 20 23 35 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco 5. 5; San Diego 2, 1. Oakland 7, 3; Seattle 2, 2. Hollywood 4, 1; Los Angeles 1, 2. Sacramento 7, Portland 7 (tie, called end 12th, rain; second game postponed) AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 50 New York 48 Detroit 44 Washington ....40 St. Louis 36 Cleveland 36 Chicago 32 Philadelphia ... 24 23 .720 34 .585 11 35 .557 131.2 1 38 .513 17 44 .450 22 j 45 .444 22'2 46 .410 25 54 .308 33 6 Fraternal Notices AM ERICASrEEGlON-MEETING 8a n Bernardino Pott No. 14 meets at 8 p.m. lit and Srd rueadays at Amtrlema Legion hall. 888 Fourth St, Ph. Ml-08 Corner of Fourth a D St EOVAL ORDER OF MOOSE 1190 M E St. Clubroom open 7 to 13 p.m. dally. Meeting every Friday 8 p.m. R. H. Parker, See'y. 1292. Uth St Phone 28296 WtfMEN 0"FTHE MOOSE lWOlS E St. Heet 2nd & 4th Thurs., 8 P. M. Kay Gant, Sr. Regent 2367 I St., Phone 691-70 m Bea Chavez. Recorder, 868 8th St. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Leonard Armstrong Post 1744 Meets In Hall "A." Labor Temple, 937 W. Srd St. Second and Fourth Saturdays, 7:30 p.m. Address all communications to P. O. Box 741, San Bdno. Information center, 320 E St. Ladies Auxiliary meets in Hall "B." Lnhnr Tpmnle nme t!me BUSINESS SERVICES Air Conditioners E VAPOR ATI VE coolers, complete. Immediate delivery, blower type, 3500 to 7500 C.F.M. Fan type 1200 to 2500 C.F.M. Exhaust fans 12 to DO". Easv terms. Kool Air Engineering Co., 363 3rd St., San Bdno. Ph. 92-6fl. Amusements KTD DIE Land, fltfi Waterman. Open Saturday A Sunday after-noons. Bring the kiddies for a ride. Appliances Repaired VACTJTjM cleaners, washers, etc. ex-pertly repaired. Hudson's Appliance Service. 4,'U Sierra Way. Ph. 712-48 Arohitestural Drafting ARClJITEcTOTtAL'Drafting Service. House 4 Income plans. Reas. Roberts. 1071 E. Ph. 701-58. HOUSE plans, pat. drawings, drafting. W, .1. GUner, PS9 E. Temple. Carburetor Service) CARBURETOR repalfg., rebuilding. Spec. serv. to the trade. Bonner's, 1024 W. Base Line. Ph. 353-37. Cesspool Work PUMPING $1,000 REWARD 81,000 And a new cesspool if we fail. Two to 5 years guarantee. Cesspool & septic tank remodeling. No Infernal mud pumps used. No more misleading tactics used, such as by load or tonnage. We give you a flat price. 30 years exper. (Stubborn drainage our hobby). We are local, own our own disposal tract for your protection. Conscientious Veterans W.W. 2. MILLER BROS., Phone 325-4J 5.15 E. Mill Street " CESSPOOLS & SEPTIC TANKS Pumped, Cleaned, Installed We haul by the load 1100 gal. tanks, 4Vi tons each load. We use mud pumps. We make septic tanks In S.B. We are local not a branch. Veteran W.W. No. 1 Many yeais experience. A. R. BURNS Conscentlous Plumber 1260 g St. Ph. 221-9B CESSPOOLS SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED, PUMPED. INSTALLED We siwciallie In out-of-town service. Let experience be your guarantee of satisfaction. GEORGE F. CASEY Ph 7X5-91 P O Box 210 Snn B Cement Work " ctMENTWUHK Floors, Patios, Driveways JOHN H. DUDLEY Ph. 760-01 -FRErrpTPEACH. PHONE 24T-T5" FOR FIRST CLASS CEMENT WORK Chemists FRED B. GREUSEL & SON CEN. (.'hem. Analysis. Assaying, Research. 1258 Arrowhead. 7H1-98. Clairvoyants LADY ROSE-SUTTON SPECIAL READINGS Jl Hours 111 to S 315 E St.4th FJoor Ph. 813-95 SfADAME Oliver, palm i character readings daily, lira. 9 to 9. 887 East I St., Colton. Auto Court, 'Ji Blk. East of Derby House. IlAUAME CLARK, well known clairvoyant, permanently located. Read-tngs daily 372 fl St.. near roiirth Curtain Laundry CHAPMAN- Curtain Service Lace bedspread St table cluths. Curtain dyeing. 11. Ti Ksperanza. Ph. 262-48 Dancing Harvey "Carroll Dancrxssoni Day A Eve.. 5th B. Ph. 403-34 Detective . Agency " PRIVATE" INVESTIrfATIONS McCRADY DETECTIVE AGENCY 443 Third St. Ph. 753-95 Dressmaking ALTERATIONSh Earlles- ilressS A suits. "Done to Please You." Mrs. Sickal, 1219 Wall Avr "VaI'jSUERITE'S-DRESSMAKING SHOP. 208 MI11 Street. Phone 4U3-10 "ALTERATIONS, exper. fitter. Mrs. Fisher. New local ion. 840 Spruce. BlfKSSMAK IS'fl th.it has PEkSTOT ALITV, Allerationi. Ph. 334-37. Electrical Repairs HOUSE WIRfNG Electrical repairs Licensed Electrician Mt. Vernon Radio & Elec. Co. 533 Mt. Ve-non I'h. 753-1J Excavating Di RT"Moving,"excavatlngrTand"level. Ing. rradliir, etc W. K. Equipment Co, '75 S R St. Ph. 732-25 Floor Sanding comEfisFLOcui-g'KiwrcE We do all lypei waxing & sanding. PHONE 334-59 llKNURiCKSON" Idwd. Floor7S: S.-md H fin. All types firs. (173-70. Floor Waxing PloTSM PlEan-i E WaXeD. ALL TYPES. PROMPT SERVICE. FOR ESTIMATES lJH. W.I-.K. Gardening 'RIMMING, plantfrgeTlawB worE Hy lull or hour. I'h. 22.'i-22. . Hauling GENERAL HAUMNGrany ; dlsliinceT lnr. Cherry & FonthlliFontana. GEN. " trucking. Duncan Bros.T 4Rf S. Wheeler, Fontana. Ph. H18-41. Hedge Trimming fl ETiGETKIMMfNG WITH POWER EQUIPMENT Boh Bnrmnnn Phnne 731-33 Housecleaning kttchfjv wArxs; tvTNiwws WASHED. FLOORS POLISHED. GENERAL CLEARING. FOR ESTIMATES. PH. 663-32. REGINALD HARRIS Windows A Walls Washed Floors Waxed. Ph. .102-89 GEN. house cleaning, floors waxedT polished. Orvlllo S. Diggs, 913 8th St. Ph. 301-43. . . GENERAL House ('leaningf'wTndnws, woodwork It wnlls. Ph. 337-59. Janitor Service J A N IT( m 'SK ll V IcfTT:a7if"(FhurBrdir Maintenance Co. Ph. 341-02. Lawn Mowers Sharpened Lawn-Mowers Machine Sharpened-PHIL AL'S PHONE 524-54 Corner Bnso Line Wntennan XAWN mowers sharpened. S.iwi filed. Roy's Shop, 45j Sierra Way. Lawn Seeding RENOVAtPID "A'TieTIed'.-New laws graded It seeded with tractor. Shotwcll Grass Seeding Service PHONE 704-94 I in i ' i ii- i ) Magazine Subscriptions fil A ( X 2 1 oft) prn Tind" renewnli hamlled promplly and efficiently. Lowest published rates. M. C. Waller. 7m Seoit, Ph. 301-(W. Mimeographing ' Mimeographing-"A ' Typing. Uof Job. Mrs. Starke. Ph. 742-58, 264-38 Overmire. It was Neuhouser's' seventeenth victory and Over-;ajn AmeNCan Nine MOVTNfS A PrRP.PRflOF STORAGE 110 So. D St. Phone 201-92 mTjrphVS TRANSFER Unique Service. Light Hauling 525 N. Waterman. Ph. 302-08 "westbrook Van a storage" 932 3rd Street Phone 711-48 HEAP A HEAP VAN 4 STORAG4 Moving. Storage Ph. 241-03 ECONOMY . TR7WSFER 24 hr. service. Free estimate. 251-83 CALL "LYONS"-633-97 Notary Public AT"E. HOLMfif! " BERNICE U HOLMES I, 330 SO. MT. VERNON PH. 764-85 Nurseries 5VE Nursery Garden open for buslo ness from 12 noon Monday, Wednesday & Friday, close at 7 p.m. All other days from 7 a.m. to 8 p m, 187 Alameda St., Bloomlngton Nursing Homes BAEUMEL Horne Incorporating 15 build new fire proof bldg. on East Base Line; Complete with hydro, hot mineral weli, private rooms, with bath, dormitories. 24 hour care. Phone Colton 811-W. CtlNVESCWrCAES TAKEN hi nurse's home. Private rms. avail. Excel, food and 24-hr. care given 'n pleas surroundings. Ph. 392-22. CONVALESCENT REST HOfifE". Lady patients. Comfortable, insu lated house. Shade. Ph. 572-88. Paving "hW-STTJFP'' - Asphaltle concrete pavement. Phone 4U3-88, Our Est mator will call. HERZ PAVTNO CO. 234 South E Street Papering A Painting ttcBNSE D"palnter & paperhangefv 16 years In city. Prices rea. Ph. . 604-65. L. H. Smith. PAINTING, papering. Beil worE Hourly basis, cash or terms. Brows 2979 Sierra Way. Ph. 755-90. PAINTING, decorating; papering. Spraying, roofs oiled. Easy terms. LACY G.J3ACON. Ph. 522-60 PAINTING & "Paperhanglng: EH -fronj695S;Mt. Vernon. 461-57. QUICk service, palhTIng A repairing." Steve ft George, Ph. 743-02. PAINTING It decoratlhgbye)rp: painters. Paine It Sons. Ph. 621-92. FAINTINCTby thiTlourTThni.Oj Mnrefleld. :m 23rd St.. Apt. 2. Pen AencijRepalrlng PENT-Pencil-repa ired as U wait to suit U. Guar. Pen Shop, 30S D Stf Plumbing . T & 3,r SoirFittiiig3 Foundation & Eave Venta A Caps. Globe Caps, Kitchen Sinks. Sheet Metal Work R. L. HUMMER & SON Base Line & I Ph. 314-79 WOODAtLLmBINGCO: Water heaters & repairs 1524 Garden Dr. Ph. 552-10 Radio Repair BOMEandcar radio repair at ien-slble prices. Free pickup and delivery. We are authorized dealers for Zenith, Philro, Motorola and Emerson. CULLEN RADIO. 798 ThirdSt.,corner of H. Ph. 591-8S. RADIOS repaired at reasonable priced All work guaranteed A no lob, too small. Radio Electronics Labors-lory. 370 Court St. Ph. 312-89. Refrigerator Repairing COLDSPOTS" Prompt A Guaranteed service. .Tim-mle Carter. 409 E. Arrow Blvd., Fontana. Ph. 5018 or 646. ROSS REFRIGERAttON"SEWrCE For COMPLETE REFRIG. SERVICE Cold Spots, FrlgldalroR. . Westlnghouse And All Makei FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY 265 E. Highland Ave. Ph. 344-70 FOR RELIABLE REFRIGERATION" servico. CallEDWARDS. 692-25. , OTTO ToTIeson In charge or"refrlgera". tlon service will do you the right &um ui a iod ai a rair pnoa. n. v. RAINBOLDT 1728 R St Ph. 273-49 Rubbish Collecting AT LAST Regular rubbinh pickup servloa. 50c PER MONTH Free estimates, cleaning Incinerator!, k ruhhish hsullng. Ph. 752-Hri. Rug Cleaning " RUGS """Curtai ns Upholstered " Furniture Drapes Tapestries Beautiful cleaned k reHnlshed LARSEN DYE W0RK3 407 South F. Street Phone S.Tf-03 Scissors Sharpening SCISSORS SHARPENED 3' D ST. Shades S. Venetian Blinds ARROWHEAD VENETIAN BLIND CO. MANUFACTURERS Aluminum & Steel Blind Reconditioned, Repaired. Retape and Re-cord. All blinds custom made. Also window shades. Phnne 253-riS 2698 Arrowhead Ave. COM PL ETEvcrTet (a n 61 fivd renova1? Ing service. Your old blinds returned like new. Also manufacturers of steel blinds. Call for frea estimate. Alrllte Mfg. Co., 1316 La Junta. Ph;325-32or 745-16. WE ma"ke, repair wfnclbw" shades h Venetian blinds. Factory prices. Blomqulst. 887 Bass Line. 593-58. GIBFORD'S" Venetian Blinds""" Wft (low shados. Also repaired, cleaned. ' 1159 Sierra Way. Ph. 432-55. Storage ASSOCIATED Van it .Storage Co. MOVING FIREPROOF STORAGII 110 So. D St. 8prinkling Systems ' TltXVFXA WN ""sprinkling system"" v.uveis mi jLt. uy JUU JI. S.U1.(J Cullen Rn ItnfllO. .Ufl I H I'h. 591-88 Surveying "F.ATTstmVEVr Land A Construction Surveying 107 9lh, San Hemsrdlno Fontana Tile Work It. M. Cunningham. 459 ML View Drnlnboard Spe:lallsL Ph. 732-96 SEVerson 4"Seve'nmn. Ph. V42- Tile dralnhnnnls. 1686 I Bt. Tractor Work PLOWING, discing, furrow, levollng.' Clearing nnd grading. Iook for the Rlgn ,'lia.,r 2798 Macy St. B blocks norjji of jystHlgjdandAv. PX0WlN"G, grnillng, leveling, general traclor work. Prompt, efficient, reasonable See Milt. 1789 Watur-man. I'h. 752-69. C"AT bulldozer A cat No. 32 motor grader. Rentals. Experienced operators. Leveling A grading. 195 E. 11th St. Phono 244-69. Tractor wOri? plowing . disking . grahtno R. B. Weed. 36G.1 D St. Ph. 762-M TRACTOR work. 1620 E.Ha'se"l.fhe'. I'h. Highland 2T.-W nr 704-94. Tractor Work GENfmctnr woflT Dirt moving. Dirt for sale. 1092 E. 5th.691-7 TRACTOR "grading ftplowlng. C. Wheeler. 1424 Arrowhead. 464-93. Tree Surgery TREES-Topped, trimmed na TAKEN OUT by contract. 638 6th St. I'h. 372-1).-. Earl-Powell. Trees taken OUT onev Homer Smnllwontl Ph. 363-08 TtEASONAlil.l'r tree s7TrvTce"n7"r)Irii Carter. 6,1(1 6th St. Ph. 414-49. Tree Surgery ATfTklnifrtrce'wlOrmo. fl. P. Man-nlng. R. I. Highland! 710-24. 8.B. Veterinarians DR." J.R7 KETCIIERSttT" , VETERINARIAN TREATING LARGE ANIMALS Phones-Office 271-35: Res. HliA-Sl DR. W. M. CROW VETERINARIAN 13411 ?SB-tfSMAI,L ANIMALS . 1240 Barton St. ph. 412-SI crowd for not having made a bet ter showing. It was estimated that the sin. gles victory was worth approxi mately $2,340 to Riggs, represent ing 18 per cent of the player'i pool of about $13,000. Budge' losing share, 12 per cent, would be $1,560. KOVACS, PERRY WIN . Frank Kovacs teamed up with 37-year-old Fred Perry to win the doubles championship from Riggs and Welby Van Horn by scores of 1-6, 6-3, 7-5, 6-4. The match was a dinger, making up partially for the disappointing singles final. With Kovacs booming his serv ice across in the critical games and Perry playing a smooth all court game, the veteran and the youngster made a fine comeback after being outclassed in the open ing set. The victory was worth about $1,200 to each of the win ners and some $780 to each loser, Riggs thus pocketed about $3,120 for his week's play. Parker Wins Tourney Ninth Straight Time SPRING LAKE, N. J. (IP) Frank Parker of Los Angeles swept through Gardnar Mulloy of Miami, Florida, in straight sets yesterday, 6-2, 6-3, 6-2, to win the Spring Lake Tennis club invita tional tournament for the ninth time in a row. INDIANAPOLIS, UP) Billy Talbert of Wilmington, Del., kept the men's singles crown yesterday in the Western tennis champion ships by doing the expected to Seymour Greenberg of Chicago 6-2, 6-2, 4-6, 7-5. MKT BEST TO A ifotfr GENERAL TIRE GRADE TRUCK QUALITY RUBBER! METHOD Otttty METHOD THAT BALANCES RECAPS LIKE A NEW TIRE! More Mileage Q No Shimmy GENERAL TIRE SERVICE CO. Joe R. Bergman, Owner Fcvrfh and F Streets PHONE 701-19 DAILY SUN Published erfiry day In the year by The Sun Company, of San Bf rnardlno. California. Inc. 466-73 Court Ht. Telephone 2121. Delivery complaint closing houl 9 a.m. TEMPERATURE Mnv. Min. Max. Min. .Tuly 1..I2 r7 July 8,..n7 49 July 2... 00 53 July 0..1O1 5.3 July a.. .93 96 July 10.. OS s July 4...W -V7 Julv 11.. 101 H2 July 5...H Ti4 July 12.. 102 B.1 July H...0.1 52 Julv 1,3... ! 60 July Jj !Ti 51 July 14. .100 67 RAINFALL, " Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. lifrc. Jan. .94 Feh 1.44 .04 March 2.4M .44 April 64 .0. May 10 6.ZJ .21 Total 12.61 ANNOUNCEMENTS 6 Fraternal Notices Snn Br-rnurrJIno Lont N'n. 34H f. & A. M Dale during July. Slated meeting July 11. Phoi nlx Lodge, No. 178 F. A. M. July 1 Staled meeting. July H i-'trst i!t;rccs. July 15 Dink. July Serrmd dei?reei. July VO :iid degr"i'. !Zr-"0. P- Muifdlth, Master. Damascui Lodge, No. 648 F. It A. M. 675 Third St. July 8 First rjegreen. Aug. 5 Stated reeling, No Dinner. Aug. 12 First rlegrpen. FLOYD A TIIL'KMAN. Mnnter. UISAHI.KI) A.MKKICAN VKTKRANS And Auxiliary of Snn Bernardino Chapter 12. Meet! u-rond nd Fourth Mondayfi ch month at 8 p m. at the American Legion HIL Ss8 4th St. Servtc Officer, ph. 312-89. ' of Manny Perez holding thfm two hits. me split gave tne siars me series, four games to three, but left the Angels in third place in the Pacific Coast league, Perez pitched brilliantly in the nightcap and neither Los Angeles run was earned. In the fourth, with two away, Alf Anderson's wme tnrow punea i-upien ou me bae on Ed Sauer's roller. Jim iTyack followed with T.vcK scored on a wild pitch. s Los Angeles 1000000001 wiikie and Sheeiy; Terry and iam- Hollywood 100 000 0-1 Los Angeles 000 ZOO x Z Perea and Unser; Chambers Spindti. SEALS SWEEP SERIES cav FRANCISCO P Wil- San Francisco Seals stopped San n: I'ocUrliv in maintain rlcsu their spot at tne top OI tne oasi league, winning the first game 5 t0 2 and the seven-inning nightcap, 5 to 1. ; The double victories gave me Seals a 7-0 sweep of their series with the Padres, whom they have beaten 13 straight games. The lorria league jeaui'is naie un 0.0 of thejr a5t 22 games. ?mitlinaiv l am' Janspn won his eighteenth victory of the season in the opener, in which he gave up Cardinals Upset Move in Hailing ST. LOUIS CPi Stan Musial slammed a twelfth inning home: run to eive the St. Louis Cardinals nightcaD victorv over the t0 1 n'&h 'caP ; er tsrooKiyn uougers yieiuay . tho Por)hir) had tatcn thp nnpnpr i "- ""- t0 3. The twin victory before an overf!ow CIwd of 33 980 paid mvel the runnerup Cards t0 within 24 eames of the league- leading Dodgers. Enos Slaughter drove home four runs for the Cards with singles and a homer in the game. two first Erooklyn 100 1'0 000 3 7 1 Louis 201 000 02x 5 6 0 H.obe, Melton (3) and Edwards; Beaz ey, Wiiks (6) and Ceag ola. Brooklyn 100 COO 000 0C0 1 8 2 Louis 000 000 010 0012 10 0 Lombardi and Anderson, Edwards (11); Dickson and KlutU. PHILS, REDS DIVIDE CINCINNATI (.Pi-Philadelphia defeated Cincinnati 8-2, in the sec- gsme of a doubleheader here vesterdav after the Redlegs won opener. 3-0, on veteran Johnny Vender Meer's four-hit masterpiece. Paid attendance was 15,100. Philadelphia 000 000 000 0 1 Circmrati COO 000 12x 3 3 0 Mauney, Karl (7). Mulligan 8 and Herr.sley Vander Meer and Mueller. Philadelphia 003 200 1028 12 2 Cincinnati 000 C0Q 0022 4 Poffenberger and Seminick; Beegs, Malloy (4), Lambert I9j and Lakeman. Stranahan Wins From Best Pros KANSAS CITY (JP Amateur Frank Stranahan of Toledo, Ohio, outslroked a field that included best professionals in the coun- to finish first in the 520,000 invitational golf tournament with 72-hole total of 274, 14 strokes under par. Stranahan cracked par .i r,i no tnree strokes wjtn ii-m-w on final round. Stranahan's victory was the first time an amateur has won a major open tournament since No vember, 1945, when he whipped the field in the Durham, N. C, open. The young Ohioan was one stroke better than Johnny Bulla Chicago and 1wo under pre-! tournament favorite Bvron Nel son of Toledo, veteran Jimmy Hines of Chicago and Harold triDle - 1 2 2 id The - a LEAGUE STANDINGS W. L. Pet. .857 .857 .715 Travelers 6 1 Arooniuts e i Fontana 5 Yankees 5 Yellowjackets 3 Lions 2 Giants 1 Colton Cards 0 .715 47Q i286 .143 : .000 the Fontana dropped from three-wav tie for the lead in the American Junior league yesterday, losing to the U.C.I, iraveiers in a thrill-packed game, 2 to 1. It was the second annual Baseball day at Perris Hill park and it drew more than 2,000 fans. It was a tough defeat for Pitch- cr Bill Abernathy, who twirled a four-hit game, fanned 12 of the Travelers' batters and led his to,. ir fcittincr u-ith a trinle and a cinr-le But it was lack of control in the first inning that cost Abernathy and' the Fontana club the top po- sition in the standings for the first time this season. Outfielder Tena, first batter Up, was.hit by a pitched ball and was advanced on Henthorne's sacrifice. Encelman walked, and when Jim - my Fiscalini was hit by a pitched Koll iha Viacnc wprp nnrii ilat pd. ". ,r:r:r," JaCK WHKin Siappea a ions Miigic into centerfield which was fielded slowly and two runners came home. Fiscalini also attempted to com m on me inrow out. caught at the plate ABERNATHY STRANDED Abernathy drove out a long inpie in ine wronu jiiiuiig uui left stranded at third base after rmo nut whpn Lamb and Crabb went out on easy grounders. The Fontana club scored in tne fourth inning after Peltz had, fanned. Abernathy got a single, his second hit of the game, and stole second. Lamb popped out to Caffroy at first, and then Crabb hit safely to score Abernathy. Neither team made much of a threat until the last half of the j final inning when the Fontana team secured two hits and failed to score as the third out, a spec- tamilar nlav was rinse enoueh to cause considerable argument among the fans and players on the field t ,u.i -,v,u i ff in uin iiiiwis with a single but Feldman forced him at second base. Mack doubled I'.tn 1a- fo.A nfirl VfiMman triPfi ..,),(, r.apht at the. Elate as Mack went to third base. Sugimato hit sharply to sec- ond base, where Henthorne made: a good stop of the ball and a throw to first that beat Sugimato bv a steD for the final out. TRAVELERS FONTANA AB R H 0 1 " '- AS R H 0 Tn 'f .'; 1 I' " Hen'r-Hnf 1'b t ft ! rf . " F-ni imm ;i 2 : 1 ' It- i r 5 J Fjii! e J 1 ; "h " 1 w;it:iw J J 1 J A -r-.il-!, e P 3 5 rffm : ft Urr. Ji. J d F--iraa rf " 'irSr 'Sn l0fl If .1 " ! V- i-n If i Bs:.ifro p 3 1 I 0 M k rf 2 " SCORE BY IKHInr.B Tutim : ' ' ' Fn'in r, ft i. i f- f. ' ! Lrrorf J rr. .' li: I.!.:; H- Tf tn'-I; J Mi'k: Tr;rf rfi., h A'ni.f -tr; fi' Hra'h';i',. h'" n tne- ' ;ff'n, l' "7 irnii ": Ki- ts:i--'(' B ro !. Aht-mi-j, i: s-n- jc , by P.i:. r-5. Atwrri':t I'., I!,; i ",. h. .a-'t-UrtK Tut 1. V.vt'-.r..: W !1 !'' iWrf !: fawl !):, y , s:.n ; Vn --i fi nd v..v.fi ARGONAUTS TRIUMPH The Argonauts ball team celebrated Baseball day with a 6 to 4 victory over the Yellowjackets. putting on a winning three-run rally in the fifth as the result of Eingles by Rogers, Specht, Ander-sonTBreicken and Hardman. Argonauts 020 031 C 6 10 1 Yellowjackets 100 100 24 8 2 Anderson, McMahon and Specht; Warner, Rodriguez and Contortl, Adams. YANKEES SHARE LEAD Sage's Yankees moved up into a tie with the Travelers for the league lead on an 8-2 victory over the Giants Saturday night. The Yanks scored four runs in the opening frame as the result of . three walks, an error and a hit. i And it was a similar mixture that '.. brought in two unearned runs in the next stanza. Gunts 100 000 12 4 5 Vakftet AOn rvn w q a i Glenn and Clay; McDowell and Clay. FINAL BID FAILS Although the Colton Cards staged a three-run spree in the seventh and final inning of the game, they were forced to take the short end of the 5-4 score against the Colton Cards. Van Aman and Harris pitched good hall, each allowing but six hits, but it was Van Aman's double with two on in the fifth that accounted for the throe runs in that gallop. Lions 000 032 05 Colton Cards 000 1 00 34 Van Aman and Kline; Harris Price. 6 3 4 and Squadron H Defects Hanford Team, 8-7 Squadron H defeated the Hanford Foundry nine 8 to 7 in a Valley league game yesterday on the Air Depot diamond. Pitcher Mancha for the losing team fanned 10 batters but was hit hard in the third inning when the Squadron H team scored four runs and then added a pair of : markers in the fifth. j , j ; I ! , j j ! i ! 1 . ' ! " 5 St. St. : ond the the try a Dv his : ; i !of en is ing s postponed Sacramento ...005 o?o 0:0 00-7 12 1 Portland 020 104 COO 00 7 13 1 A. Smith, Gonzalves (7) and Mar-1 eucci: Barrett, nsner (O). i-isna u and Ouza Dodgers Twice, Distance of Lead BUCS. BOSTON SPLIT PITTSBURGH (-Pittsburgh loi lne "lg"lcap 01 uoje" " tt T vesterday d- after dropmns the opener 4-1 be-; iore i(,4H ians. ine last piace i Piralo? hroke a 1-1 aeaalocK in the sixth inning of the second game and vent on to win behind the seven-hit pitching of Rip Sewell. Boston 100011 100412 1 riLijuur vj'j u i v t u Spahn and Wasi :. Ostermueller, Ger-heauser (9) and Lopez. Boston .010 0G0 0012 7 0 Pittsburgh 000 1:2 11x 5 9 1 Wright. Wallace (7). F. Barrett (8) and O'Da; Sewell and Baker. CUBS WHIP GIANTS CHICAGO iJP) Hank Borowy came within one out of pitching his second complete game of the season yesterday as the Chicago Cubs dofcamd the New York Gian's. 7 to 4, before a crowd of 32.360 persons in Wrigley field. Wi:h two out in the mnTh and two Giants on base, a blister on the middle finger of Borowy's right hand broke open. He was replaced by Emi! Ku ;h, who struek out Sid Gordon for the final out. The Giants outhit the Cubs, 11 to 13, in ame marked by five errors. Ne.v York 100 010 101-4 14 3 Chicago 115 000 COx 7 13 2 Schumacher, Fischer 12), Kraus (3), Joyce '6. Thompson (8) and Lombardi; Borowy, Kush (9) and McCul-lough. Mafosfa lies 6-Furlona Mark SEATTLE (LP) Mafosta, 4-year old Ireland-bred colt, lied 1he world's record for six furlongs and won the $10,000 added speed han dicap at lorigaeres track yesterday in his first appearance on a United Slates track. Mafosla was brought from Can- ada by R. Ronald Graham, presi-' .... . . . m dent of the British Columbia Turf j 1 1 i j ( j ' 1? Detroit 300 010 10O 5 New York 100 000 0001 Newhouser and Tebbetts; Gettel.l Wade (3). Russo (6) Queen (8) and! Niarhos. Detroit 040 000 0026 8 2 New Vnrk nV) 091 1 Overmire and Richards; Page. Gum-1 pert (6) Murphy (8) and Robinson. i ! COAN PACES SENATORS WASHINGTON UP-Rookie Gil Coan made five hits in nine times ' at bat yesterday and led the Washington Senators to two vie-' tories over the St. Louis Browns, j 3-3 and 4-2. , St. Louis ?0O 010 0003 12 0' Wishington 400 000 01x 5 12 1 Zoldak, Ferens (1), Kinder (8) andi Mancuso; Hudson and Evans. i St. Louis 1-!0 000 O0O 2 8 2 Washington 101 020 OOx 4 7 2 Muncrief. Ferrick (7) and Helt, Man-! cuso 1.7); Scarborough and Early. CHISOX, A's SPLIT j PHILADELPHIA (JP) Luke Appling's eighth inning douhle scored the run that gave the Chi-: cago White Sox a 4 to 3 win in the nightcap and an even split in yes- terday's doubleheader with the, Philadelphia Athletics before a- crowd of 12,367. The A's won the ! opener 5 to 4. :Chicarjo 031 000 000 4 5 2 Philadelphia 130 000 10x 5 12 6 Grove nnd Dickey; Christopher, Fag-' an (8j, Marchilbon (8) and Rosar, Chicago 010 010 110 4 11 1 Philadelphia 000 002 100 3 10 1 Haynes, Holling-.worth (7) and Treh; Savage and DeSautels. Poffenberger, Padre Pitcher, Suspended SAN FRANCISCO VP) Pj0ots Poffenberger, pilrher for the San! ' " Diego Padres of the Pacific Coast for ihe team's doubleheader with San Francisco. Poffenberger's failure to report was not explained. GUS ANAS i ORIGINALLY LOCATED ON KOW LOCATED AT Next to the Citizens Ist D club, expressly for yesterday s ' league, was suspended by Man-race. The ches'nut colt made the ager Pepper Marl in yesterday distance in 1:09 15, world record ' when he failed to don a uniform YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 10, 4; Boston 11, 6. Detroit 5 6; New York 1, 3. Chicago 4, 4; Philadelphia 5, 3. St. Louis 3, 2; Washington 5, 4. Bmnkivn 4a i:' uw.'y" 7f NATIONAL LEAGUE 30 .620 - Louis 47 33 34 42 40 44 .588 .653 .475 .474 .443 2'a 6'2 11 '2 11 'a 14 14"2 16Va Chicago 42 Boston 38 Cincinnati 36 New York 35 Philadelphia ....32 Pittsburgh 32 42 46 .432 .410 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Brooklyn 3, 1: St. Louis 5, 2. Boiton 4. 2; Pittsburgh 1, 5. Philadelphia 0. 8; Cincinnati 3, New York 4, Chicago 7. T-EXPERT HATTER "Since 1907" THE OLDEST ANO MOST RELIABLE HATTER Well Known in San Bernardino for Many Yean STREET FOR MANY YEARS 473 THIRD STREET National Bank Building Phone 505-40 lime set Ky Clang at Coney Island traek, Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1935. Ridden by Jockey Harvey Duncan, Mafosta paid 537.70, 516.60 and S9.10. Porterica placed and the favorite Antelope showed. Mafosta was imported from Ireland and brought to Santa Anita last. year. Graham bought him for ?:25,0OO. in 1:0b anri nairl Sfi.yf) S3 9nH $3.20. Miss Clara, a 10 to 1 shot, was third. (Jug) McSpaden of Panford, maine. Nelson. Hines and MrSpad- Johnny X ReDeafS all had 2768. ... ' " , Victory at Tijuana Yugoslav Tennis Team tuuana, m.x, cu. johnny t i f j, I f , repealed a sprint triumph of ueteats iwedisn itars ,w -v wmmng the .v.i furlong Mariposa handicap yc-hter-V ARB-ERG, Sweden (jPi Yugo-; 'lay at Hipodiomo de Tijuana in a slavia's formidable lennis sfjuad driving finish with Glenock. virtually clinched the European : Apprentice Frank Novello was Davis cup final tie with Sweden ; aboard Johnny X, who was his yesterday by sweeping 1he first ! fourth winner on (he aliernoon two singles matches of ihe besl-of- j card. Johnny X sped the distance ji; seues. A large Crowd, inc lld- King Gustav, witnessed " the contests. fff Hate Cleaned, Blocked and Retrlmmed

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