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Tag Team Match Outlaws lo Play I S Cardinals fo Open Grid Season With First Drill Monday Night Heads. Mat Card Scoremasfers Scoremasters ball nine of Los Angeles, one of the top clubs in the Southern California baseball Two prominent Mexican wrestlers have been paired for one of the twosomes tonight in the tag team match featuring the wrestling card at the San Bernardino 15 DAILY SUN SAN BERNARDINO Fri., Sept. 6, 1 946 association, will play the San Ber nardino Outlaws tonight on the The San Bernardino Generals won the five-game series over the Colton Mercuries, 8 to 2, in the final game last nhght at Perris Hill Ball park. n h e Mercury 000 011 0002 T 3 Generals 301 000 22 8 18 3 Mercury Carranza, R. Martlnes. Generals Moore, Morejan. HUNTINGTON PARK, UPS Funeral services for George Rob-son, winner of the 1946 Indianapolis automobile race, who was killed last Monday in Atlanta, Ga., when his racing car overturned, will be held here (at 2 p.m.) next Monday. Perris Hill park diamond. club. It is a return game and the DEL MAR RESULTS Scoremasters team is determined Tony (Chu Chu) Martinez and Enrique Torres represent the topflight Mexican grapplers who will to win which would go a long way Anticipating a large turnout for the initial football practice, Coach Ralph Simpson Insists the San Bernardino Cardinals will not reach the strength of the 1945 Cardinal squad. Coach Simpson has but a few lettermen but when the football candidates report Monday night for the initial drill on the high school field, he expects to find promising grid material a jng the reserves of the past season and the 1945 sophomores. .Football equipment will be issued Monday night and Coach DEL MAR (IP) Results of yes oppose a pair of mat runians, Time 1:39 25. Also ran Indian Plains. Rough N' Ready, Dallas Babe, Loves Over. KIKTH Plalmlne. fi furloncs: terday's racing program: FIRST Maidens, 5 furloncs: Unavoidable 313 (Grohs) 4.30 3.50 2.50 namely Wee Willie Davis and Al Billings. The attractive tag team should make the Mexican wrestlers fa Kniz Bronks 114 (Jones) Z7.U0 x.'.'i) 4 10 2. SO 2. SO I.ady Five, Pure Char, 114 (Wall) 3.00 Time 1:U5 35. Also ran Wild Kate. miiriit .U2 tLilenberg) 31.40 3.60 (iuld Fun 117 (Wall) 4.20 Bucket Brigade 114 (Filkl Time 1:12. Also ran Urrvhead, Lake, Horizon. Letcmcum, Seven a Winbonne, Talk Fast. SIXTH Allowances, fi furlongs: Glorv Miss 11 1 (Loncilcnl 3.60 L'.fiO a-Mon o Haste TJI) U'nrbett) 2.G0 Tnddv 115 (Cfolisl toward forgetting the 9 to 8 setback in 10 innings during the first affair with the Outlaws. The Scoremasters broke the long winning streak of the Colton Merchants last spring and on its next visit to San Bernardino the Outlaws managed to annex the overtime triumph. Manager Frankie Fiscalinl will be behind the plate vored to win as the opposition is Spun (lloiy, EaRle Queen, Glnl Lee, Ulcta, Blue Over, Mackle. the kind that will resort to almost 2.20 SKCOM) Claiminr, 6 furlones: Patrol Judge 106 any method of mayhem in an at 2.211 3.00 (I.ltzonherg) 14.30 5. .30 Jffl tempt to win. Billings is regard Vitlore 118 (Jones) 8.50 3.20 Unnnie Breeze 115 (Wall) 2.50 Detroit Pounds Out Bob Feller Nine-Run Fourth Inning Disastrous DETROIT, UP) Pounding out Bob Feller during a nine-hit, nine-run fourth inning, the Detroit Tigers whipped the Cleveland Indians 10 to 0 yesterday as Hank Greenberg hit his thirtieth home run of the season. Freddy Hutchinson scattered five hita to win the shut-out. Cleveland 000 000 000 0 5 0 Detroit 010 900 OOx 10 13 0 Feller, Lemon and Hegan; Hutchinson and Tebbetts. YANKS TAKE GAME PHILADELPHIA, UP) The New York Yankees punched over a run before a man was retired yesterday and went on from there to defeat the Philadelphia Athletics,, 6 to 2. Four hits in the Philadelphia Athletics, 6 to 2. Four hits in the first frame meant three runs. New York 302 000 001 8 0 Philadelphia 000 000 1102 7 1 Gumpert, Murphy and Robinson; Fowler, Christopher, Harris and Ro-sar. CHISOX VICTORS CHICAGO, UP) Bob Kennedy's single, Don Kolloway's sacrifice and a single by Cass Michaels gave the Chicago White Sox an 11-inning victory' over the St. Louis Browns today 4-3. The Sox tied the score with three runs in the seventh, after which Gordon Maltzberger held the Browns hit-less for four innings to become the winning pitcher. (11 Innings) St. Loui 200 100 000 00 S 7 1 ed as one of the toughest and Time 1 :12 35. Also ran Bon oaca, Time 1:11 5 o. Also ran Precipitous. Rhodes Flag, Join Up, Top , Valley, a- Fairv Bee. A Stice It Sons-Mrs. M. Hanrahan entry SF.VKNTH Allowances, 6 furlongs: roughest members of the grunt War Cvmhal, Easter Ladv, Collece Parade, Can B (!ood. Solly T, Glory Wac. 'SIB LI0M and groan fraternity while many Till III) claiming, 1 116 miles: Training Camp 112 (A. fans claim Wee Willie Davis can 45.80 30.30 3.70 Simpson would like to have all newcomers and transfers to the high school report for the team. The initial football gathering will be slated at 7 p.m. Aside from Guy Visbal and Sam Henley, it appears that other places in the backfield will be open for competition. Griff Thomas, a guard; Spud Murphy a rugged tackle who was out most of the 1945 season when he enlisted in the Merchant Marines, Ind Ino Visbal, a promising newcomer, most of the playing positions will be open for the bidding and if the usual large crowd of candidates report, Coach Simpson might find material that will soon develop playing form to make the Redbirds a real threat in the Citrus Belt league this season. Because of the good showing made by the sophomores and the promising reserves last season, Coach Simpson is marking time before he will offer any prediction as to the possible strength of the Cardinals this year. San Bernardino opens the Citrus Belt league season C2t. 18 against the Pomona Red Devils at Pomona and the following week clash with the Colton Yellowjack-ets on the Orange show gridiron. For the usual warm-up contests Simpson has slated a practice game at Redondo Beach, Oct 4 to be played in the beach city. The following woek, Oct. 11, the Las Vegas, Nevada eleven comes here to play the Cardinals. The Thanksgiving day game this year will be Sierra Fo- 107 (I.itzenberg) Tie Score 112 (Novello) Zaca Hosa 113 (Neves) Time 1:10 45. Also 3.70 2. RO 2.(10 Goes Mnne itt.aj o.fo mi Pamphlet (Wall) 4.20 3.4(1 just about match the unruly Bill-' Somhrllla 117 (Leavltt) 4. CO ran Who ings. lime 1:48 15. Also ran Ever Since. Rocei's Boy, Bnmberess, Dlsplaycr, Surxtra. In another two out of three falls REPAIR SERYICE APPLIANCES RADIOS WASHING MACHINES , Pick-Up and Delivery WRITTEN OUARANTEI Phone 701-42 STATE APPLIANCE & RADIO CO. 1U7 I SfrMf Near las Ltie There. Peer, Ad rogue. Elfiimi Claiming. 1 mile: . Queen Justice 107 (Ncves)8.20 5 JO Declared 110 (Prater) 8 50 Bill Bartlrm 122 (Jones) KOI kth ciatmlne. 1 mile: 3 40 4 50 match limited to one hour, Broth Determinado 117 (I.ttTrnlK-re) 3.40 3.00 3 30 3.30 er Jonathon, the Salt Lake City Adorahle Torch 111 (Trent) 4.80 3. BO Time 1:38 4'5. Also ran Mapnlflc Duel Gold Bay, Cracked, Lihetante, Merumtst. Mills Duty 120 (Ranum) 3.20 Mormon, will tackle Terry McGin-nis, the versatile Irish grapplcr. j The opening tussle, presents an other Mormon bone twister as DEL MAR HANDICAP 1 TRAILERS LUGGAGE 3IOC TRAILERS .... lfcU up HORSE TRAILERS, TRAILER FRAMES All Type, AXELS, HITCHES, SPRINGS BUY AT THE FACTORY AND SAVE LASDY BROS. TRAILER COMPANY 709 Colton Avenu COLTON, CALIFORNIA Across From the Plungo DANDRUFF SCALES RICHTOUTof YOUR HAIR! Brother Franks, of Provo, Utah, tackles the rangy Jules Strong-; bow, a 265-pound, 6-foot, 4-inch FIRST 5' furlongs, malrirna, J year- ... 1 105 15-1 ... 7 112 13-1 ... 8 112 20-1 Butter Wafer (Swlgart) Good Mac (Neves) Comedy King (Peterson) old . Claiming. (Top price "500). Purse $l00: Choptaw Indian from Oklahoma., Odd i P.P. Wt. Horse Jockey This three-faller has been limited to 45 minutes. I Anltra (Longden) 2 Perfectn (Balaskt) 5 Shike (Ranum) 8 8-5 2-1 B-l 8-1 8-1 with FIRST O APPLICATION SEVENTH 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Allowances. Purse $3000: Three Bars (LongderO 4 308 iTl Ended (Neves) 5 314 3 1 Brave Marine (Trent) 6 314 7-2 Indian Watch (Peterson) .... S 320 7-2 Antelope (no bov) 1 114 6-1 Vain Prince (no hoy) 2 1118 10-1 Batch Fly (no boy) 6 Countess Helen (Neves) ...... 7 The Purse (Lltzenbcrg) 4 xl04 10-1 OR YOUR MONEY BACK BOSTON UP) Johnny Niggel-ing, veteran knuckleball pitcher was released by the Braves yesterday at Johnny's regretful Tom N Jerry (Trent) J J l r Jo-i Compos First (Peterson) .... 1 112 20-1 EIGHTH 1 116 miles. 3-year-olds and SECOND 1 1iS miles. Maiden 3-ynai up. ( lalmlnt. 1'urse $1300. (Top price s:muuii : I olds. Claiming. Purse J1500. (Top price $M0l : Chicago 000 000 3W 014 10 0 K. Sugar Roll (Lltzenberg) . 3x 108 5-2 Brave Commando (Trent) ....30 120 7-2 Sahlne Rose (Leavltt) 1 113 4-1 Estrella Azut (Balaski) 1 117 5-2 played against the Burbank High school squad at the Orange show. Jneaway (Neves) 1 111 7-2 Flying Son (Zufelt) 4 316 !)- ' Coming Out (Lttzenberc) .... 7 X106 4-1 Torch War (Novello) ........ 5 xllS 4-1 Justice Best (no hov) 6 121) 6-1 Queen Boo (no boy) 3 111 10-1 NAAA Blue Cyn (Zuiclt) 4 lit JQ-i THIRD 6 furlongs. 3-year-olds and lip. Foaled In California. Claiming, Purse S1500 (Top price I2S0n)j SEES? GEO Potter, Biscan, Muncrlaf and Helf, Mancusoj Haynes, Maltzberger and Hayes. RED SOX WIN WASHINGTON, UP) Boston 010 000 0001 10 1 Washington 000 000 0000 9 1 Bagby and Partee; Scarborough, Wynn (8) and Early. LA. Officer Makes Perfect Pistol Score CAMP PERRY, Ohio fe)-Em-mett Jones of the Los Angeles po Market Boy (Lilzenberg) .... 3 xl 15 3-1 Betty Glee (Ranum) 8 114 7-2 Fetchings Bar (Balaski) .... 9 117 9-2 Marlobar (Trent) 1 109 6-1 .lollv Gremlin (no boy) 5 10) 6-1 Strehor (Beasley) 4 x104 8-1 Singing Wind (Longa) 6 x112 30-1 Cay Paula (Neves) 10 108 30-1 Nina Bravo (Longden) 2 109 15-1 Ragged Rascal (Stone) 7 x112 35-1 Georgia Beau (Summers) ....11 120 N-l Mr. Me (Orohs) 6 112 1(1-1 Topless Tower (Peterson) .. 8 112 30-1 Federal Agent (Russo) 9 116 15-1 Hot Fun (Wall) 7 116 15-1 Cloak (Fisk) 5 120 15-1 Lepo (.lones) 2 116 30-1 x Apprentice allowance claimed. Koch Will Open at Lell Half Tonight For Rams Gridders LOS ANGELES, aP) Coach' Adam Walsh yesterday chose George Koch, once of Baylor, to open at left half tonight when his Los Angeles Rams meet the Washington Redskins in a Los Angeles Times charity football game expected to draw more than 75,000 fans at Memorial coliseum. Koch, who at the start of prac lice department set a new national FOURTH furlongs. 3-year-olds and Purse $1500. (Top price pistol record yesterday by scoring up. Clnlming, $1000) : Fast Sorvlc Liboral Valuo (i ET txtra cash quickly on your " car to pay for repairs, tires, ' liability Insurance, taxes, bills. at 'Personal' the company that W likes to make auto loans. Just drive car to office and bring mm proof of ownership. You con- yf tinue driving while you repay. Car need not be f ullyjmld for. No co-siffners necessary. LOANS $25 to $1000 For Horns or Business end ynu may have up to 15 months to yP9 Repny. We like to any Yes to loan requests and fnr prompt service Phone 1st. When ap- ytf proved, your loan may be com- plctcd in one visit. 7 Y Sky Manager (Ranum) 3 314 5-2 First bourne (Ulzenoerg) i xiim .h Mulligatawnev (Novello) .... 6 x112 4-1 Dowry (Trent) 5 311 6-1 Shake Sir (Prater) 1 311 6-3 Lucille Irene (Neves) 4 306 30-1 Flare Belle (Leavitl) 2 311 15-1 HI TH a fnrlnnrs. Claiminr. (Tod nrlce StWOn). Purse $1700: Change n' Luck (Longden) . . 7 114 3-1 Speodmark (Wall) 5 105 5-3 Winshirc Lass (Neves) 6 314 6-1 .lust Airiner (no hov) 4 320 6-1 r&uxmai FINANCE CO. h Croon F.asy (Swigart) 2 105 30-1 San Bernardino 434 Court St. Phone 4741 tice was so unimpressive that uroopsnoop (Loavitu a iju ju-i Little Lynn (t.itzenherg) .... 1 x306 35-1 Walsh considered giving him his release, has sharply improved and fcmi FOR JPvREALLY tlflj GOOD-jj WINE, lal pjjjjtt I flaw liO. 11 SIXTH ft furlongs. Allowances, 2-year-olds. I'ursn $1700: Look (or this symbol on door or window IJO TOPPING that summer sunshine. And no topping tha liquid sunshine which pours, smooth and sparkling, from every bottle of blended-splen-did Pabst Blue Ribbon. For,, as your local distributors, we can assure you that in spite of government restrictions on grain ... you'll continue to enjoy the same magnificent quality .. . the same superb flavor of never less than 33 fine brews blended into one greateer...blended-spleo-did Pabst Blue Ribbon. Forbidden C. (no boy) 9 108 3-1 was put into the lineup in place Toppum (no bov) 31 313 4-1 War Moment (Lltzenberg) ... 4 x104 8-1 .letKa (Prater) n Jim -i Win Rrooms (Trent) 30 108 6-1 of the regular halfback Jim Gillette, one of the National Football league's leading ground gainers last year. Roman Carnival (no boy) .... 3 320 5-3 Rey El Coneio (Balaski) .... 5 312 6-1 The Chase (no boy) 2 132 10-1 PHILCO RADIOS and REFRIGERATORS f Complete RADIO SERVICE ST. LOUIS CARDS WIN, a perfect 200 in an open-center, rapid-fire match at the national rifle and pistol championships at the Camp Perry shooting range. Detroit policeman Alfred Hemming held the old national mark of 198 for the event, which consists of 20 rapid-fire shots at a distance of 25 yards. League Standings PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. San Francisco 104 59 . 638 Oakland 101 64 .612 4 Hollywood 86 76 .531 17'2 Los Angeles 87 77 .530 17'2 Sacramento 84 83 .503 22 San Diego 70 98 .417 36'2 Seattle 65 99 .393 40 Portland 61 101 .377 422 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Sacramento 4, San Francisco 1. Portland 5, Los Angeles 1. Seattle 3, San Diego 1. Hollywood 10, Oakland 8. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Q.B. Boston 96 40 .706 New York 78 55 . 586 16'2 Detroit 74 55 .574 18'2 Washington 63 69 .477 31 Chicago 61 73 .455 34 Cleveland 60 74 .448 35 St. Loui 55 75 .423 38 Philadelphia 44 90 .323 51 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 10, Cleveland 0. New York 6, Philadelphia 2. St. Louis 3, Chicago 4. Boston 1, Washington 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. O.B. St. Louis 83 49 .629 Brooklyn 81 51 .614 2 Chicago 72 58 .554 10 Boston 67 63 .515 15 Cincinnati 57 74 .435 25'2 Philadelphia 56 75 .427 26'', New York 55 77 .417 28 Pittsburgh 51 75 .405 29 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Brooklyn 1, Boston 0. Philadelphia 5, New York 8. Pittsburgh 2, Cincinnati 1. Chicago 1, St. Louis 10. WITH A TALL FROSTY PROTECT LEAGUE LEAD ST. LOUIS, UP) The St. Louis BARD DISTRIBUTING Cardinals protected their two GO. game lead over the Brooklyn Dod gers last night by trouncing the Chicago Cubs 10 to 1 on 13 hits 564 2nd Street Phone 5188 UBIUHUnOftS Of PABST KVE GIBSON BUS off five pitchers. K Cam, VUwmAM. Wtae. fanin fe Vintage Co. Los Angeles selle. Schumacher, Abernathy and Lombardi. i BUCS BEAT REDS j CINCINNATI, UP)' Johnny Vander Meer pitched eight scoreless innings yesterday against Pittsburgh but in the ninth his ef-fectivesness went awry and the Cincinnati Reds lost to the Pirates 2-1. Rip Sewell, who went into the game in the eighth, was the winner. Pittsburgh 000 000 0022 10 0 Cincinnati 000 010 0001 6 2 Chicago 000 000 100 1 8 2 St. Louis ..." 112 200 40x 10 13 0 WALLY MUMMERY In Chargo of Repair Department ALL WORK GUARANTEED PICK UP AND DELIVERY . Plaeo Orders Now for Philco Refrigerators W. M. DARY CO. 480 So. E Street Phone 5176 Schmitz, Kush (3), Bauers (6), Prim (7). Wyse (8) and Scheffingi Brecheen and Kice. uaragioia .). DODGERS TRIM BRAVES BOSTON, UP) Augie Galan sin i-anning, seweii ana saxer, aaiKeia;ii Vandermeer, Gumpert and Mueller. V gled in the seventh inning yesterday and went all the way around on a theft of second, a sacrifice and a wild pitch for the lone run that brought Brooklyn a 1 to 0 verdict over the Boston Braves. Vic Lombardi held the Braves to three hits. Vacation in If you suddenly see a Polar Bear in your living room, don't be alarmed. Ask the Polar Bear to be seated and mix yourself a Gatlo Wine "Glacier." A few sips and the Polar Bear will disappear, taking your summer heat hallucinations with him. THEN you can spend the rest of the summer in cool contentment with your AM BIIEE plenty of room for ymi Brooklyn 000 000 1001 8 0 Boston 000 000 000 O 3 0 SAV Lombardi and Edwards: Sain and Masi. GIANTS BEAT PHILS NEW YORK, UP) Jack Gra Lumber Paint Hardware Roofing If UhE.GMM hotel ham's home run with two on in Plumbing Electrical I Gallo Wine "Glaciers." IFU the last of the ninth gave the New York Giants a 6 to 5 victory over the Philadelphia Phils yesterday Fixtures and Supplies SIJVERKRIJP IJJMRER CO. 237 D Street Paont 4744 after the visitors had pulled ahead with two runs in their half of the last frame. Philadelphia 001 001 1025 9 0 New York 200 100 0036 8 3 mmj Kim' iiiiuwji Donnelly, Karl and Semlnlck; Vol. m .T ' """" irTn, iw .in l "'nin t!U' MtWOU FRIDAY 8:15 P.M. OUR QUALITY RECAPS jnw oniy rew aayi or , Vacation remaining . . . just tim enough for t trip to the mountains or beaches with the children before. KhooI.jtartiAThey will love it : and so will you! PERRIS HILL PARK SCOREMASTERS (LOS ANGELES MAJOR LEAGUE TALENT) vs. SAN BERNARDINO OUTLAWS TH CASH ..,y,uw.,6m,u, ijjuu aic avanaDie in W9 'scenic San Bernardino mountains where mile-' iiigr resorts tor Inking, fishing, boating, swim. 'mini anrl rMavino ar aciTi .-M.-. J f s fiti III Yul!Xcd W point on the extensive Pacific Electric systend BSouthornCftfcfi's marvelous beachetfrom 7V - TO YOU ON THE PURCHASE OF NEW U. S. ROYAL TIRES. DRIVE IN OR PHONE FOR DETAILS NOW! raranttyvioniC to Newport-Balboa Bay are all just shortrlda by rail or motor coach, from puf hom enjoy the fun zones, surf bath-tin& tMoh sports, sailing and cool sea hrenn -LLUtJ 7r1lTr7fTO Wlf;thesgrorioudayrfora and 'relaxation OuJntlrtmily!Any Pacific Electric ticket office or la? 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