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Del Mar Charts (Copjrisht 1957 by Trtsnale Publications. Inc. Daily Raetnf Form) DEL MAR TURF CLUB. DEL MAR. CALIFORNIA SATURDAY. AUGUST 17. 1957 TWENTY-FIRST DAY OF 41-DAY SUMMER MEETING (Complete finishes all races confirmed by official photochart camera) (Weather clear Track fast 6573 FIRST RACE SIX FURLONGS. S-year-olds bred in California, Claiaimi. rrss J23O0. Ta winner $1350, ncond 4$0, third $320, fourth $170. Tot claiming price $4000. Index Horse Owner WU 1'F St. Str. tin. Jockey To $1 64J7 Santa Rc-Arn'd I WUlowbroos) 119 8 4 1 1 -.i9 Milace iJ. 1. Elmore) Ill 12 2 3' 2i tlol Skirts J. K. Clark II) Ill 7 8 7t 5" 6!CJ Lane Blue ( Hernns-Wilson) ..HU9 4 10 10" T'J .V2 Pa J ace. W. K. Johnson) ... 114 3 7 5M 3 H2 Brunt N Able (J. fcyraudl .... 12' 10 3 8 6" S.VU Mocnbawk (Arteaia Stable) ...H04 11 1 4" 10 Mil Rearmed Mix (D. L. i'uller) .. 110 9 5 8" 8 6IM Roleta (Bud Stable) 112 11 11 11 4!M Prearewive IJ. H. Seleye) .... 114 5 6 2 4 64H8 Roeeeold (M. M. Beasleyl .... 114 2 9 6" 8 4760 SparsJina Beau (H. Miller) ... 112 1 121212 M 11 O J Ol 4) 31 5 8'i 1 hd 10' 9 11 12 York 2 60 Vsleniuel 355 P.Moreno 2505 Ferguson Cosra Taniguchi Fairholm Hannau Dominsx 10't Ford ll'J Skuas 12 Peterson 3'i 4- Si ' 7' 8- 9 10.00 11.95 5.45 2205 17-75 21.10 30.90 8. 75 8300 7.20. 3.90. 3.30; MILACE 4.60. 3.40; Timfr-22H -45H. 1:11. In gate 2:2lhi. off at J:22V. Start good, won all driving. Wtn- n.i k. n..iill.l. Ijdv. Trained by W. K. Kanatier. Oenreight Sparkling Beau 1. Roleta I. Rearmed Mm 4. ililace 3. Miltnel pool 183.145. Ta-dollar autuelt paid: SANTA RE-ARMED airiaTa a in SANTA KE-ARMfcD was hustled to front aoon after start, assumed a commanding lead on turn and was bustled, along to end to maintain safe margin. MILACK was sharp factor i.,,, -.,.-...1 m.rini stretch and raoidlv was gaining. SKlItT!) worked way into i ' fl.n.r nut hut could not rniin aDDreclably in drive. LONK also closed much ground earlv then hung slightly. l'OP JUNKS weakened after showing speed for a half. HKKJHT .V Altl.K was on outside much of trip but could not get into a-rious contention. KKilt.MKK MISS tired. l'KOCRKSSlVE was through after a half mile. SPARKLING BEAU waa badly outrun. Scratched Buddy M'Boy. Mrs. Chief. Lost Comet. He Ha. 6574 SECOND RACE SIX FURLONGS. 2-year-elda. Claiming. Pursa J2800. T winner 11500. second $575. third $450, loyrth $275. To claiming price $10.000. Index Horse Owner Wt. PP St. t Str. Fin. Jockey To f 1 awn! Real Bnu lUerwot)d Farm) . 120 3 2 2" 2 2 l'i York 3.90 KilA Easytony (E. Shoemiker) X115 4 1 1 It 1" 2 Feriusoav 2.50 475 TrangmliJer (L. Holt) 120 8 7 fit 4 4' 34 Skuas 5 25 4 Special Talent (Deep Well Bta.) 120 34 34 3 B't Volika 806 aun I ,w K Paulfrra) 112 2 3 64 7 6 41 ValensueU 2-50 auiL-t R.nlr. IJ. Heoner) 117 1 5 4' J 54 5" 6' . Miller 15.70 icT n...ai. P.rf,ar.. (Kerr stables! 115 7 8 8 6 7 7a Domings 2985 K4.iT Laadra isternbcraer-Learttt) .. 109 6 4 7 8 8 8 P.Moreno 55.15 Tima :22H. :4i. 1:105s. In gat 2:54. off it once. Start good, won all drtrlng. Winner fi . h. Admlrsl Lea Real Sura. Trained by H. Field. Orel-weight Leadra 3. Mutuel ml-IM.1lll. Daily Double nool 197.380. Two. dollar mutuela paid: REAL BRASS $.10, 4.40, 3.10; EASYTONY 3.80. 3.00 TRANQUILIZER 4.00. KF.ar. ruass irsa steadied early while racing close to paoemaklng EASYTONT. came out to challenge entering atretch and. taking command inside eighth pole began to draw out rapidly in last 20 yards. EASYTONY was hustled along early, eared ground and continued on gamely to near end then weakened. TRANQUILIZKR waa on outside much of way and could nerer get to first two. SPECIAL TALENT lacked early speed and bid through atretch w not effectire. ARDENT LOVE tired. LEADRA waa steadied out of close quarters at half mile and gave way. The others were outrun. No scratches. DAILY DOUBLE. SANTA REARMED AND REAL BRASS. PAID $51.00 6575 THIRD RACE ONE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH MILES. 3-year-oldl. Claiming Purse $3500. To winner $1925, second $700, third $525, fourth $350. Top claiming price $9000. Index Horse Owner WL PP St. hi Str. Fin. Jockey To $1 6.VJ8 Queitful Abbey (O. Philpot) ,.xl05 6V4 Faithful Lad (R. LeSage) 112 6528 Cnln King (Mrs. C. Dorfman) 113 6.504 Bank Roll (Triple K Stable) .. 118 .M4 Cutle Puss (T. A. Miller) X106 6504 Gentleman Al (A. Icardo) 116 l'i 4 OS 3 6 5 1' 4 OS 3 54 6 1'4 4'i os 34 5 6 14 2 34 4' 5 el xnAar -'Cap By JOHN SCHAEFER FOR M&NDAY, AUG. 19, 1957. First post 2:15 p.m. Clear and fast 6582 FPl RST RACE Six furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming. urse $2,200. (Top claiming price $2,500). Index Horse Jockey PP Wt. Odds Comment 6488 6542 6448 6470 6360 5817 6488 5817 6488 4443 6517 3307 5778 6488 Centavo (Taniguchi) 3 117 Special Demand (York) .... 6 412 Our Merhf (Valenzuela) ... 7 112 Bay Gold (York) 13 112 Chayotero (Guiney) 14 122 Hi Dee (Skuse) 4 117 Betty's Signal (DeMello) .10 114 Sunday Silver (Ferguson) .15 X117 Knute Hansen (Fairholm) .12 xll7 Two Sky (Powell) 11 109 Post Chaise (Costa) 9 114 Skippy Toubo (Ferguson) .. 1 xll2 Miss Glen-Russ (Anderson) 2 112 Denmir (Dominguez) 5 117 Gahoe (Costa) 16 114 Sierra Gunner (Harmatz) . 8 114 5-2 Both races here sharp. 7- 2 Figures in contention. 9-2 Could take it all. 5-1 Be running in stretch. 10-1 Eligible to improve. 8- 1 Invader from Caliente. 12-1 Could spring surprise. 15-1 Ran routes at Caliente. 15-1 Got lead but stopped. 20-1 Must be considered. 30-1 Had some early speed. 30-1 Old fellow still runs. 40-1 Couldn't keep up. 40-1 Scratched to try here. 40-1 Will have to hurry. ' 40-1 Little to recommend. CEQ4 SECOND RACE Six furlongs. Maiden 2-year-olds, UWWaJ Purse $2,500. (Sing'n Khal, Mable Ellen and Aortic entered for for $6,500; Lucky's for $5,O0u). Darling and Kay-Triple C. Claiming, itered for for $6,000: others 6516 Aortic (Long) 16 xll5 5-2 6437 Lucky's Darling (Glisson) . 1 115 7-2 6460 Sing'n Khal (York) 6 117 9-2 6508 War Torch (Dominguez) ... 4 114 . 5-1 5840 Latin Romance (Taniguchi) 10 114 6-1 6484 Ex-Admiral (Valenzuela) ..11 114 6-1 Galiano (Gates) 13 111 8-1 6462 Kay Triple C. (York) 15 115 10-1 6516 Greek Bossy (Peterson) ....14 113 12-1 .... Able Bound (Skuse) 12 114 12-1 6462 Fairthiela (Lidberg) 3 111 15-1 5293 Runnin Trail (Kenney) .... 2 111 20-1 6294 Mable Ellen (Yaca) 8 117 30-1 6508 Chefs Boy (Costa) 9 114 30-1 6451 Tuffer (Pulido) 7 114 40-1 6410 Miss Audroy (Volzke) 5 111 50-1 Finished full of run. Filly is real sharp. Has good early speed. Is a speedy sort. Chance on top try. Trouble in last race. Improved works noted. Closed well; blinkers on. Can better last one. Colt by Unbelievable. Even effort last rime. Win would surprise. Little to recommend. Split pack in last. Trailer in last effort. Has to show more. 6584 THIRD RACE One and one-a ixttenth miles. Claiming. Purse $2,200. (All entered for $2,500). 3-year-olda. 6518 Rovers Chance (Pulido) ...10 112 6548 Figgi Bob (Valenzuela) 7 112 6550 Doggone Speedy (Skuse) .. 9 107 5510 Extra Bonus (Ford) 6 112 6520 Big Shindig (Anderson) ...14 114 6509 Sullysez (York) 11 109 6520 El Free (Harmatz) 1 114 6559 Sleeping Pill (Lidberg) .,.13 104 6548 Recession (Volzke) 16 120 6448 War Breaker (Miller) 15 112 6134 Technique (Ferguson) 3 xllO 6485 Five Nations (Doming'z) ..4 112 6191 Fair Judge (Costa) 5 112 6471 Luds Dud (Bailey) 2 112 Sureness (Goldsmith) 12 xl07 6567 Evolution (Lidberg) 8 112 5-2 Might be the spot. 7- 2 Back where he belongs, 9-2 Better chance this route. 5- 1 Last was good try. 6- 1 Chance on top race. 8- 1 Prepped in sprints. 10-1 Improvement required. 12-1 Can't see much hope. 15-1 Has to show more. 15-1 Must draw into race. 20-1 Gets hot apprentice. 30-1 Is rounding to form. 30-1 Dons blinkers for this. 40-1 Trailer in last effort. 30-1 Will have to hurry. 40-1 Little to recommend. Fairholm 235 Peterson 11.10 Harmati 4.45 Valenzuela 4.30 Ferguson 2.40 Dominaues 8-25 Time :23. 1:11V4. 1:37. l:43i. In gate 3:26. off at once. Start good, won all drlrign. Winner Ch.G. 3, by Kin Abbey Ann Quest. Trained by owner. Mutuel pool $158,961. Two-dollar mutuel. paid: QUESTFUL ABBEY 6.70, 4.10, 3.30: FAITHFUL LAD 10.60. 4.90: CHINO KING 3.70. QUESTFL'L ABBEY waa rushed to front at once, waa In hand while letting pace, but had ta bp hard ridden through final sixteenth to stall off FAITHFLD LAO. latter lacked early speed, elected to swing wide entering stretch and closing with a rush was gaining. CM I.N 0 KINO raced evenly for first six furlongs, also responded to rousing end finished strongly. BAM) KOLIi raced ateadily throughout and was going well at end. CUTIE PUSS, badly outrun early, made a belated bid through atretch and waa not. too far away at end in a good effort. GENTLKMAX AL was never a threat. No scratches. 6585 FOURTH RACE Six furlongs. Maiden. 2-year-olds bred in 6576 FOURTH RACE ONE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH MILES. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming. Purse $3000. To winner $1600, second 3625. third $475, fourth $300. Top claiming price $4000. Index Horse Owner Wt PP St Str. Fin. Jockey To tl 6353 Snow War (A. J. Leonard) ...1107 3 2 l'i 1 1" II Ferguson 595 64! Priami Owl (A. Icardo) 120 7 5 6" 6M 2' 23l Harmati 3 90 IUHI Flying Venture (II. F. Dick) .. 115 5 3 21 3's 3 3J1 Lidberg 12.85 6S23 Black. Paris (E. E. Losee) X107 1 6 3i 2" 5 4 Goldsmith 8.20 649 Gran Vino (D. L. Fuller) 109 6 7 7 7 6 6 York 6 9."i 6479 Sun of Queen (-Western Stables) 120 2 1 4M 6J 4' 6 Dominguea 2.50 6.U0 Heliowise (Dr. E. Gaillard Jr.) 112 4 4 51 4'i 7 7 Glisson 3.65 Time :23. :47, l:llj, 1:37, 1:43. In gate 3:58i, off at once. Start good, won all drivine. Winner Ch.G. 6". by Snow Boots War Whisk. Trained by A. J. Leonard. Sun of Queen claimed by Sale & Beasy for J4000. Mutuel pool (162.124. Two-dollar mutuela paid: SNOW WAR 13.90, 7.60. S.30; PRIAM'S OWL 6.10, 4.50; FLYING VENTURE 6.60. S.VOW WAR was sent to front on first turn, drew Into a short lead on backstretcb, was put to pressure by FRIAM'8 OWL entering stretch and outfintshed latter in prolonged duel to end and in final yardage began to again draw clear. PRIAM'S OWL waa allowed to stride early, moved into contention with a rush on final turn, engaged winner through stretch only to hang near end. FLYING VENTURE raced steadily although unable to menace first two in stretch. BLACK PARIS loomed up briefly at head of stretch but could not improve position In run home. GRAN VINO was outrun. SUN OF QUEEN tired. HELIOWISE began to falter after five furlongs and well beaten off in stretch pulled up slightly lame. No scratches. 6577 FIFTH RACE SIX FURLONGS. 3-year-olds. Allowances. The Santa Ysabel. Purse $3500. To winner $1925, aecond $700, third $525, fourth $350. Index Horse Owner Wt TP St. Str. Fin. jockey To $1 6522 Shena (C. L. Roberts) 108 4 2 6504 Vy (V. V. Long Sr.) 112 6 6491 Betide (W. P. Bowen) 112 7 3 6.jn Francis Drake (Dosoria Stable) 114 S 7 6.i0 Indorse (Silver Creek Ranch) .III 3 4 6530 Straight A. (R. C. Ellsworth) .117 1 5 6455 Court Slipper (F. Smith) X104 2 1 4'i 7 5M 6" sad l'i 4' 3 7 6bd 5" l3 2i 3" 5 4' 6 7 1 21! 3hd 4'I 5 York 1.40 Ford 10.50 Glisson 12.00 Dominguea 3.00 Ferguson . 4.25 Leon 7-70 Goldsmith 38.60 Time :22?s. :4S4. 1:10V4. In gate 4:31. off at once. Start good, won all driving. Winner B.F.3. by Heelfly Cannenita. Trained by B. it Roberts, Overweight Shena 1. Mutuel pool $180.2:56. Two-dollar mutuelt paid: SHENA 4.80, 3.30, 2.70; VYG 6.20, 3.60; BETIDE 4.20. 811 EN A raced COURT SUPPLUl Into defeat at will, assumed a clear lead through stretch but waa all out at end to stall off VYG. Latter was outrun early, mored with a rush on turn and rapidly was getting to winner. BETIDE waa close enough at head of atretch but could not gain in final drive. FRANCIS DRAKE was outrun early and lacked an effective raUy. IN DORSE could never get to leaders. STRAIGHT A. was done early. COURT SLIPPER stopped badly. No scratches. 6578 SIXTH RACE SIX FURLONGS. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming. Purse $2800. To winner $1500. second $575, third $450. fourth $275. Top. claiming price $5000. Index Horse Owner Wt PP St. 4 4 Str. Fin. Jockey To Jl 6515 Fierce (i'olter Stable) 114 1 3 lbd li 1" 1 Valenzuela 6 85 6515 Tammy (E. J. McElroy) 122 8 1 4' 3bd 'i 21 Domingues .75 6515 Lets Match (Mission Stable) .. 114 2 5 3h 4J 3't 3" York 805 6505 Home Town Hero (Rocking M) 114 14 6 5 5' 4" Harmati 20.40 6515 Fleet Domings IF. Lawrence) .1114 3 S 6 6 " 54 Salazar 10.55 64D1 Handsome Red (Dr. G. Shima) X112 8 3 2 2 6 611 Fairholm 17.80 6450 Cobblers Bench tj. Braunstein) 116 8 7" 7" 7'tt 7Ji Costa, 23 90 6505 Jet Oueen (W. C. Gens) X104 7 7 8 8 8 8 Ferguson 7.45 Time :2214. :454. 1:10. In gate 5:04, off at once. Start good, won ridden out, second . and third driving. Winner Ch.M.5, by Pry Fierceness. Trained by C. A. Roles. Mutual pool 1187,10. Two-dollar mutuela paid: FIERCE 15.70, 4.80, 3.N; TOMMY 2.80, 2.60; LETS MATCH 4.10. FIERCE waa sent to front soon after start, saved ground and waa hard ridden through atretch to maintain margin. TOMMY broke alertly, was steadied on backstretcb while on out aide, moved up to almost even terms with leader an eighth out then hung. LETS MATCH waa never far away; saved ground and finished fairly well. HOME TOWN HERO raced steadily but could never get to leaders. FLEET DOMINGO raoed forwardly but could never pose a serious threat. HANDSOME RED was through early. The others were outrun. No scratches. 6519 Grand Web (Miller) 14 114 5-2 6493 Circus Kid (Leon) 1 118 7-2 6551 Khalex (Valenzuela) 13 118 7-2 6551 Souvenir (Glisson) 3 118 7-2 6519 Travel Book (Ferguson) ...12 x109 9-2 6541 Mr R. B. (Taniguchi) 4 114 5-1 6484 Ute Greek (Goldsmith) 8 xl09 8-1 6493 Hindy Sky (Dominguez) ... 6 118 10-1 .... a-Rough Rider (Harmatz) . 7 118 10-1 5949 a-Captain Abbey (Ferguson) 16 xll3 10-1 6221 b-Nite Shift (P. Moreno) ..15 118 12-1 6551 Doctor E. D. (Pulido) 9 118 15-1 6472 b-Atjocalvpse (P. Moreno) 10 118 12-1 6467 Satin Betsv (York) 2 111 20-1 Small 'N Big (Reed) 11 118 30-1 5611 Boche (Maese) 5 114 40-1 a R. Cornell-trained entry. j b W. W. Taylor-trained entry. Can win if he runs. May finally make it. Flashed speed in last. Finished full of run. Can better lasf one. Closed fast in drive. Made bid too late. Raced wide last out. Bred to run fast. Is working well. Must be considered. Eligible to improve. Dons blinkers for this. Had speed, gave way. Is by Salmagundi. Can't see much hope. CCfJC FIFTH RACE Six furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming. Purse $2,500. (All entered for $5,000) 6509 Brinks Dream (Volzke) 13 122 5-2 6529 Wish U Well (Taniguchi) ..10 117 7-2 6560' Dance With Me (Valenz'la) 8 117 9-2 6501 Mrs. Chief (Costa) .2 112 5-1 3884 Steponaway (Goldsmith) ...12 x103 8-1 (6534) Golden Andy (Valenz'la) ...14 117 6-1 6552 Shes-Grand (Skuse) 4 112 8-1 6545 Miss Matador (Doming'z) ..3 112 10-1 6435 Itsnotrouble (Ford) 7 117 12-1 (2609) Wise Heels (York) 1 117 15-1 6545 Songful (Ferguson) 9 xll2 12-1 6548 Little Folks (Harmatz) 11 117 20-1 6528 TJ Roman (Anderson) 5 117 20-1 4786 Admiral Holly (Maese) 6 117 30-1 Threat if draws in. Chance on top try. Finished full of run. Dangerous this trip. Been working fast. Just beat maidens. Has good speed. Had early foot, tired. Runs from off pace. Chance to surprise. May be a sleeper. Didn't repeat good one. Early speed at longer. Picked a tough spot. Merchants Meet Scoffy's Today LEAGUE STANDINGS Team W L Corona Merchants 3 0 S.B. Scotty't Mufflers 3 1 Coiton Helman's Mercuries ..3 1 Trona Tiaers 3 1 Redlanda Ooell A Fttckert .... 2 2 East Highlands VFW 1 2 Chino Men's Institute 1 2 San Bdno. Post 709 0 3 S.B. Harlow's Servels 0) 4 TODAY'S SCHEDULE Corona vs. Scotty's at Meadow- brook. Redlands at. Coiton. E. Highlands at Trona. Post 709 at Chino. Harlow's vs. Yankees at SBVC (exhibition game). Corona Merchants, atop the Valley Baseball League standings with a 3-0 mark, travel to San Bernardino's Meadowbrook Park today to play Scotty's Mufflers. Scotty's is currently tied for second piace. at &-L wnn uoiton Helman's Mercuries and the Tro na Tigers. Coiton hosts Redlands Doell & Rickert team which has a 2-2 mark in fifth place of the summer round standings. Trona plays E. Highlands VFW at Trona. The VFW team has notched a 1-2 record thus far. Winless San Bernardino Post 709 travels to Chino in quest of their first victory in four starts Chino is tied in sixth place with E. Highlands at 1-2. The Harlow s bervels nine draws a league play bye, and will meet the S.B. Yankees in an exhibition tilt at S.B. Valley Col lege. The Yankees are not members of the summer round league, but are awaiting winter play. Games played with the Yankees will not be counted in the standings; according to John Egan, Valley League president. The Yankees have on their ros ter. Richard Pine, Neil McDowell, John McDowell, Jim Anderson, Chuck Bales, John Dumas, Sta-cey Adams, Ed Conforti, Paul Warner, Chuck Turnbull, Ja c k Thomas, Bill Timmerman, Roy Casillas, Paul Christenson and Bill Zora. Men who formerly played for Sage's Yankees in the old Ameri-! can Junior League are invited to join the team. The Yanks are looking for a sponsor, any mer chant interested in doing so may contact Pine, 216 Kendall Ave near 2nd St. Joe Leonard in Motorcycle Win SPORTS 44 SAN BERNARDINO SUN-TELEGRAM Aug. 18, 1957 Valley Timing Assn. Sets Morrow Meet The Valley Timing Assn. of San Fernando, which embraces 15 drag clubs in Southern Cali fornia, comes to Morrow Drag Strip west of Coiton for a day-l long closed meet today. The public is invited to watch the fuel and gas meet, which starts at 8:15 a.m. with single runs. The competitive runs ODen at noon and continue until top eliminator is determined around 4:30 p.m. Th VTA has many hot cars and motorcycles in its membership, but has no strip of its own. Hence, it stages its competitive meets on other Southland tracks. Wayne Paris, president of the association, discloses that the fastest clocking turned in by a member has been the 147-plus by Earl Smith in a fuel dragster. Fangio, Maserati Cars Favored In 25th Grand Prix of Pescara Ward Capfures Big Car Race SPRINGFIELD, 111. (ffv-Rodger Ward of Los Angeles yesterday won the annual Illinois State Fair $20,000 U.S. Auto Club 100-mile big car race in the record time of 1:02:29. His average speed was 96.01 m.p.h. Ward collected the Si.OOO top prize. ' George Amick, also of Los Angeles, set a track record on the State Fair dirt oval in leading qualifiers with 107.05 m.p.h. Eighteen drivers qualified for the feature event. There were no accidents. The top finishers included: 1, Rodger Ward, Los 'Angeles. 23, George Amich, Los Angeles. 4, Johnny Boyd, Fresno, Calif. 7, Jimmy Bryan, Phoenix, Ariz. 8, Don Freeland, Inglewood, Calif. 6587 SIXTH RACE Six furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Claiming. The Motor Car Dealers of Southern California. Purse $3,000. (All entered tor ,awi 6515 Predacious (Ferguson) 6 xl09 5-2 (6505) Devilment (Costa) ...2 114 7-2 6515 So Valiant (Dominguez) ... 1 114 9-2 6536 Neltone (Valenzuela) ...... 3 111 6-1 6529 Tell Me Tony (Fairholm) .. 4 xl09 8-1 6498 Document (Pulido) 5 114 12-1 Tough to whip here. Beat cheaper handily. Made a belated bid. Can't deny a chance. Early foot at longer. Last dull, drops down. 6533 SEVENTH Vikings of RACE Six furlongs. Scandia. Purse S3.2C0. 2-year-olds. Allowance. The 6307 Morgan's Blues (Ferguson) 4 xll5 5-2 6472 Doc Pepper (Skuse) 5 120 7-2 (6519) Captain M. (York) 3 117 9-2 6526 Rebel Rob (Taniguchi) 2 117 5-1 (6503) Bold Pilgrim (Bailey) 6 120 6-1 (6467) Toong-Soong (P. Moreno) . 1 114 8-1 6526 Sweetwater (Dominguez) .. 7 120 10-1 Choice in tough race. Last was a corker. Chance to repeat. Hard to handle here. Won only two starts. Whipped a good field. Improvement required. CCQfl EIGHTH VU? and RACE One and one-sixteenth miles. 3-year-olds up. Claiming. Purse $2,300. (Bertrand, Gornoncillo and Mai pii enteied for $2,250; others for $2,500). 6511 Malpii (Taniguchi) 8 111 6540 Creole Dancer (Ford) 2 109 (6500) Appropriate (Guinev) 1 122 5848 Just As Fast (Doming'z) ..4 122 6553 Imperial Oak (Valenz'la) .10 114 5999 Gorrioncillo (Harmatz) 7 114 6047 Monteo (Ferguson) 6 xl06 6544 Bertrand (Anderson) 5 111 6488 Irish Claim (Miller) 3 117 6525 Sickles Reward (Volzke) ..9 114 5-2 Closed fast in sprint. 7-2 Made a strong bid. 7- 2 Won at long odds. 5- 1 Won at Caliente. 6- 1 Might go this far. 8- 1 Been given a rest. 8-1 Must be considered. 10-1 Is rounding to form. 12-1 Can't deny a chance. 20-1 Had a sprint prep. x 5 pounds. Apprentice allowance claimed. BEST BET Predacious in sixth. MILWAUKEE ffr-Joe Leonard of San Jose, Calif., a 25-year-old automobile salesman, won the five-mile- Class A feature motor cycle race yesterday with an average speed of 57.74 miles per. hour. For winning the feature Leonard received $319. Al Gunter, Mon terey, Calif., was second and Dick Mann, Los Angeles, third. Barber, Bolt Enter MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UP) Jer ry Barber, one of the smallest golfers, and Tommy Bolt, one of the most explosive, were among five players who entered the $35,-000 Miller Open yesterday. PESCARA, Italy (UP) - Juan Manuel Fangio of Argentina, whoi already has won the 1957 world driving championship, was the heavy favorite among the 16 entries for-today's 25th Grand Prix of Pescara auto race. Fangio, driving one of the 10 Maseratis entered against one Ferrari, three British Vanwalls and two Coopers, had the fastest time in the trials, an average of 156.486 kilometers' per hour (97 MPH) over the 25.579-Kilometer (15.8-mile) circuit. Stirling Moss of Britain in a Vanwall averaged 154.642 kph and Luigi Musso, in the Ferrari, did 152.584 kph. Two American drivers, Harry Schell of New York and Paris and Mas-ten Gregory of Kansas City, are entered in Maseratis. The time trials were the fastest ever recorded for the Pescara circuit, but cannot fairly be compared with other years' times because the circuit has been made easier to conform with new safety rules imposed after the Marquis De Potrtago tragedy in the Mille Migalia this year. Two dangerous curves were eliminat ed. The Pescara grand prix counts toward the world individual championship for the first time this year, but Fangio already has clinched that title with 34 points, more than any other driv er could possible earn in the re maining official races. However, Fangio said he would like to win because his parents came from Chieti, only 10 miles from Pescara. The race consists of 18 laps about 286 miles and was expected to take about three hours in hot and dry weather. 1 Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE Player & Club AB R H Pet. Williams, Boston . 356 79 140 .393 Mantle, New York 385 103 148 .384 Boyd, Baltimore .. 363 57 117 .318 Woodling, Cleve. .. 311 53 99 .318 Fox, Chicago 454 79 144 .317 Minoso, Chicago .. 424 73 133 .314 McDougald, N.Y. . 408 73 125 .306 Sievers, Wash. ... 431 80 130 .302 Doby,. Chicago 325 46 97 .298 Wertz, Cleveland . 399 62 119 .298 NATIONAL LEAGUE Aaron, Milwaukee 458 91 152 .332 Musial, St Louis . 446 69 148 .332 Groat, Pittsburgh . 355 43 118 .332 Robinson, Cine. .. 449 80 143 .330 Mays, New York .. 441 84 144 .327 Schoendienst, Mil. 483 66 154 .319 Fondy, Pittsburgh 357 43 113 .317 Moryn, Chicago .. 411 57 128 .311 Hodges, Brooklyn . 430 66 131 .305 Cimoii, Brooklyn . 382 60 115 .301 I HOME RUNS American League Mantle, 6579 SEVENTH RACE SIX FURLONGS. 3-ysar-olds and us. Invitational Allewancas. Puns $4000. Te winner $2200. second $800, third 600, fourth 1400. Index Horse Owner Wt PF St Str. Fiu. Jockey To Jl 6514 Windsor Serial IN. McCarthy) 119 1 4 4-4 4i 2" 1" Tork 1.55 G4M Haydn (Albert Ranches) Ill 6 2 2 l" 1 2l P.Moreno 9 65 6480 Lassabatt (K. A. iladigin) ... 11S 7 1 6 6 4'i oi Hsrmats 3.45 6480 Captain Ban (Flo-Msr Stable) 114 5 7 7 7 5'i 41 Pulido 22.35 64H8 Brighter Days (Triple K Sta.) 112 3 5 5' S" Si 5Ji Valemla 1075 6514 Head Man IB. Martin) H14 2 3 3bl 5t 6 6 Ferguson 2.30 6113 Bedser (G. L. Klumpp) 110 4 6 lhi 21 7 7 Skuse 51.40 Time :27. :45. liOHH. In Bate 5::i6H. off at once. Start good, won all driving. Winner Gr.C.4. by Windsor SUrper Serial Light Trained by W. B. Finnegan. Mutuel pool 1195.275. Two-dollar mutuels paid: WINDSOR SERIAL 5.10. 3.50. 2.80: HAYDN 7.40. 4.20: LASSABATT 3.10. WINDSOR SEKIAIj was never far awar while saving ground, waa forced to weave be-tweeo, horses entering stretch to nnd racign loom, came out slightly when clear and wore down HAYDN In closing strides. HAYDN raced BEDSEK into defeat by far turn, took a short lead through stretch and held on stubbornly. LASSABATT was allowed to stride early, came out for drive and was not far away in a good effort. CAPTAIN BAM finished full of run. BRIGHTER DAYS waa through when real racing began. HEAD MAN could not keep up. BEDSER stopped, badly. No scratches. 6580 EIGHTH RACE SIX FURLONGS. 20.000 added. Gross J46.I50. Net to winner 26.950, fourth 4000. 2-year-oldt fillies. Del Mar Debutante. Purse second 6500. third 5000. Index Horse Owner Wt. PP St Str. Fin. Jockey To 1 6'j;5 Sally Lee (Covert Iianch) 119 11 7 21 2i 1" 1 P.Moreno 2.50 64116 b-Mrs. E. B. E. B. Johnsum) 113 6 5 l'i l'i 2'i 2' Glisson 3.10 6513 b-Be My Honey (E. Johnston) 113 10 9 7 5'i 4i 31! Miller 310 6496 Nushie i Mr H. Curlsnd) 113 2 1 3M 34 S1"" 4'i Domingz 23.00 64!tt Flying Diamond (A. Unamuno) 113 4 10 8b1 6 5'i 5 Skuse 5655 6513 Gioriotll Nynrph (Kerr Stables) 116 3 8 4i 41 6 61 Valeniuela 2.30 6493 a-Speedkhal iW. S. Mirkhim) 113 5 6 9hd 10) 7' 7s Tork 1383 6513 Cuter Yet (H. Jsmes) 113 12 2 10'i 9i 91 811 HarmaU 9 95 6503 Bermuda Punch (R. Steckler) . 113 7 11 Hi 11 9 Taniguchi 10.85 6513 a-Re-Charoed (La Jolla Fms.) 113 9 3 5" 8M 10 10 Ferguson 13-85 6487 Desert Melody (Charmeta Km.) 113 1 12 12 12 12 11' Pulido 121.60 6457 Grey Mahal (Tex-Cal Stable) . 113 8 4 6i 7hJ 11' 12 Powell 76.15 , off at 0:14. Start good, won easily, aecond and -Pusula. Trained by C. Dickens. Mutuel pool V. 8. Mnrkhara 1 Jolla Farms entry. b Mr. and Mrs. . 3- Johnston entry. Time :22. AH'm. 1:10H. In gat S:13H, third driving. Winner Ch.F.2, by Anyoldtime-tl4.:i2. Two-dollar mutuels said: SALLY LEE 7.00, 3.90. 4.40; b-MRS. E. B. 4.00. 3.90 fc-BE MY HONEY 3.90. SALLY LEE had sharp speed from beginning, was rated rust off early paoe. came fast from head of stretch to wear down Mrs. E. B. )ust inside eighth pole and drew clear. MttS. . B. wa hustled to front early, had her speed and although unable to resist winner con tinued oa gamely to end. BE MY HONEY swung wide making move entering stretch and finished very fast. NUSHIB waa prominent throughout and turned in a good effort. FLYING DIAMOND had speed and also raced welL GLOK1UUS NYMPH saved ground early but could not Improve position in dnve when asked. SPEEDKHAL could never get into serious conten tioa. Ctrt-R YET was wido on backstretch but was not in contention at time. DESERT MELODY waa done when real racing began. GRAY' MAHAL showed little. No scratches. 6581 NINTH RACE ONE AND ONE-HALF MILES. 3-year-olds and up. 0 tional claiming. Mission Marathon series. Purse 3000. To winner 1600, second iba. tniro 5475. fourth 300. Claiming price 2500. Index Horse Owner Wt PP St SCt. Fin. . Jockey Tol 6483 Lita Snow (Deerwood Farm) . 107 2 3 2h 22 2 6532 Ashford IL Mountford) 107 6 9 8' 4i l 6520 Lilt Flash (A. Gallagher) ,...xl04 5 2 4i 7 ha 3s 532 Sesllay Square (Pine Creek R.) H07 3 5 5'i. 3" 4'i 6525 Host Goii (W. J. .Pike) 112 9 7 9 9 6 65o2 Ormolu iC. Turner) 120 7 6 61 S 5 6544 Lost Gloves iJ. McMann) 112 1 4 Si 6i 7M 6532 Royal Taroum ,tJ. R. Clark II) 112 8 8 7t 8 6532 Black Rascal (H. Dyson I 112 4 1 1 1 8'i l'i 2 3" 41 5' 6 7 8' 9 Powell Skuse Fairholm Ferguson Anderson Harmata Costa Miller Volzke 2. 70 2.75 5.90 5.65 20.50 4.85 41.50 27 80 20.10 Tiiles Up for Grabs in Three Clfy Softball Loops This Week Championships in three city Softball leagues will be decided this week in the final round of the double - elimination tourna ment. ! In the City A League, Lund's Paints and Apex Finance tangle Tuesday at Meadowbrook, the winner meeting Western Vendors on Thursday for the title. Both Lund's and Apex have lost one game, and the Vendors are unbeaten. Should the Vendors lose Vikings of Scandia To Visit Del Mar DEL MAR Tomorrow is Vik ings of Scandia Day at Del Mar with the feature race being named in honor of that select Hollywood club, and some 80 members of the organization will come here by special train to witness an eight- race card highlighted by the Vik ings of Scandia Purse, which will match seven of the best two-year- olds on the grounds. First post is 2.15 p.m. Four of the seven juveniles named for tomorrow's feature are eligibles to the $70,000 Del Mar Futurity on Sept. 7 and the like ly favorite is J. J. Elmore's good all blue colt, Morgan's Blues. The latter will be making his first start here and will have the saddle services of the capable apprentice Warren Ferguson. the Thursday game, an addition al game will be scheduled for the crown. In the B League, Olson's Dis tributors and Latter Day Saints battle on Wednesday at Richard- i son lor the title. The Saints are unbeaten and Olson's have one loss, so if the Saints lose there will need to be another game. C j-ague competition finds Club 8S8 vs. Mary's Sartors on Monday at Meadowbrook. T h,e loser will be eliminated and the winner will advance against Post 710 on Wednesday at Meadow brook. A win for Post 710 will de cide the title, but a loss will necessitate another game. City Church League playoffs will start during the week with the winner of each of three leagues mixing in a double elimination tourney. The schedule has not been released yet by the City Recreation Dept. Selected Workouts At Del Mar Track Saturday, August 17, 1957, clear fast. ' - Ib.MILE D'Abernon l :35.4hfg Flashy Token --35h Sweetwater :34.3h' 1,-MILE Asterisko :47.h Flanders :47ri Fetieht :47.3h Little Rush 471) Our William :47.3H Pasteur :47.2h Peace and Quiet :47.2h Tell Me Tonv :47.3h Traveling Man A. :47.3h Wise Heels :46.1h 'a-MILE Disdainful :59.3h Our Legacy 1:00h Peppy Blink 1:00h Sing'n Khal 1:00h The Searcher :59.4h Trojan Rey . :59.2h Truly Blue 1:00h si-MILE Caesar i 1:13.1h Fairheir 1:13h Jet Speed 1:13h My Heroine 1:13.3h Naboo 1:13.4hfn 1:12.4h MILE Nancy Van .. He Can Go Find Up North b Breezing h Handily fg From Gate MILE 1 :28.2h 1:38.3h 1:40.2h AARON ACCUSES CARD PITCHERS OF 'BEAN BALLS' MILWAUKEE tPI Hank Aaron, leading hitter among Braves' reg ulars, with an average of .331, yesterday angrily accused St Louis pitchers of deliberately throwing at him. The normally placid outfielder unloosed a torrent of "bean ball" charges at Redbird pitchers, par ticularly Larry Jackson and Sam Jones, after his 11th inning double delivered the tying and winning runs in National League leading Milwaukee's 5-4 victory over the Cards. It was Aaron's only hit in five trips. "It's getting so now," Aaron said, "that you can't even hit a long fly ball without getting one thrown at your head. I get a base hit and the next time up I'm. flat on my back." , Aaron accused Jackson, who worked the first 10 innings, of "trying to stick one in my ear' in the ninth inning. The pitch, inside and high, forced Aaron to scramble out of the way. Aaron's came winnine double was off reliefer Billy Muffett. "We don't knock Stan Musial down so why do they do it to me?" he added. Yankees, 32; Williams, Red Sox, 31 Sievers, Senators, 30; Colavito, In dians, 21; Wertz, Indians, 20; Max well. Tigers, 20; Zernial, A's, 20. National League Aaron, Braves 34; Snider, Dodgers, 29; Crowe, Red- legs, Z8; Banks, Cubs, 26; Mays, Giants, 26. RUNS BATTED IN American League Mantle, Yankees, 85; Sievers. Senators. 82: Wertz, Indians, 78; S k o w r o n, Yankees, 74; Jensen, Red Sox, 73. National League Aaron, Braves. 95 r Musial, Cardinals. 89; Crowe. Redlegs, 77; Mays, Giants, 74; Ennis, Cardinals, 72. PITCHING (Based on 11 Decisions) Schmidt, Cardinals 10 a 1 Narleski, Indians 9 2 Donovan. White Sox ... 13 3 Sanford, Phillies 16 4 Grim, Yankees 10 3 Turley, Yankees 10 3 bnantz, Yankees 10 3 On iheAirlanes TODAY BASEBALL RADIO Orioles-Yankees, 11 KHJ. Stars-Mounties. 1 :30 KDAY. TV and RADIO Stars-Mounties 1:30 p.m., KHJ (9) and KMPC. .909 .818 .813 .800 .769 .769 .769 Heath, Swiff in Double Wins at Midget Auto Races Allen Heath and Willie Swift tied as double winners in Friday night's midget auto racing program at Orange Show Stadium. Heath copped the main and third heat, while Swift won the semi and second heat. Harry Stockman, who triumphed in the fourth heat, was second in the main, followed by Don Cameron, Bill Cantrell and John Woods. Bud Cagle, Jim Steele, Clay Robbins and Bud Lee trailed Swift in the semi. Joe Binter won the trophy dash, Jim Hays the first heat, and Eddie Anderson the Consy. Betty Dodd Leads Golfers With 144 JACKSON", Miss. (tPV-Hefty Betty Dodd of San Antonio, Tex., again showed no respect for ladies par as she increased her lead in the $5,000 Jackson Colonial Ladies PGA tourney with a second-round four-under-par 72 yesterday and a score of 144. Her closest rival two strokes behind was a hometown pal, Betty Jameson, who had a 74 for a second round total of 146. Wins Amputee Title TOLEDO, Ohio (UPF Randy Womach, 9-year-old aollege student from Clovis, N.M., who lost his right leg in a motor scooter accident, fired a 75 yesterday to win the 9th annual National Ampu tee Golf Assn. tournament here. Time :2i. MSt. 1:145. 1:40. 2:05?, J:31. In gts 8:17. off at once. Sum good, won all driTinr. Winner B.F.4, by Snow Boots Dark Belito. Trained by H. Field. Orerweieht Lil's Flash 2, Ashford 4. Mutuel pool I161.B46. Total fl.S3i.275. Attendance- 20.107. Two-dollar mutuel. paid: LITA SNOW 7.44, 3.80. 3.20; ASHFORD 3.50, 2.80; LIL'S FLASH 4.20. LITA S.NOW followed early pace closely while in hand, waa put to drive by ASHFORD turning tor horn and .outfinished latter in prolonged dnrt to wire and gradually waa drawing clear under hard riding. ASHFORD waa allowed to atrXle tor first terra furloen, mored as fat to challenge winner at bead at atretch but bung in final tugea. LIL'S FLASH waa never Gomez Hurts Shoulder PHILADELPHIA (UP) Ru ben Gomea of the New York Giants was forced to leave a game with the Philadelphia Phillies yesterday when he strained his right shoulder in the third inning. Blaylock Victor Of Sweepstakes Curt Blaylock won yesterday's sweepstakes event at Arrowhead Country Club with 43 points, according to club pro Jack Berwei-ler. Ray Kelley was second at 41 and tied for third were Dr. Glen Davis and Capt. Billy Napier at 38 each. Bridgeport LL Winner ROCKVILLE CENTER, N.Y. (UP) 'Bridgeport, Conn., put together hits by Jay Vitrella and Jim Lyddy for a 1-0 victory over Haverstraw, N.Y., in the final of the Little League Eastern Regional tournament at Hickey Field yesterday before 6,400 fans. SPECIAL far way, was eiyen a breather after a half mile and came again throueh stretch. 8COLLAT 8QUABE raced steadily and erenly but could nerer get to leaden. HOST GOGI passed tiring hones. ORMOLU weakened. LOST GLOVES tired. BLACK R A SCAT, stopped badly after letting pace for set en lurlntiga. No scratches. 1 MID-SUMMER PRICES! Automotive Air Conditioners All under dash units with magnetic clutch available for most popular cars, trucks, station wagons. Prices Start as Low as s27i0 Plus Installation SMALL DOWN PAYMENT Up to 2 Years to Pay DIXON WHEEL SERVICE 262 D St. TUmer 7-8611 $4.S0 Here's what we co: I l VA- Remove front wheels 1 , awawaw I Qn(j ;nSpect lining I ' ,n t O Clean, inspect and re I Lift pack front wheel bear- I ry ings j j 3 Inspect brake drum i ri . M Check and add brake fluid if needed Meek! C Adjust the brake shoes Brakes to secure full contact Foreign , , Can with drums I j Carefully test brakes I In SAN BERNARDINO ' ' In RIVERSIDE 2nd & E Srs. Ph. TUrner 8-3276 12th & Market Mi. OV 6-44.3 L

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