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POMfS Cords S troves Monday, August 19, 1957 THE DAILY SUN 11 Del Mar Cop By JOHN SCHAEFER "FOR MONDAY, AUG. 19, 1957. First post 2:15 p.m. Clear and fast 6582 FIRST RACE Six furlon Purse $2,200. (Top claiming gs. 3-price year-olds $2,500). and up. Claiming. Index Horse Jockey PP Wt. Odds Comment 6488 6542 6448 6470 6560 ' 5817 6488 5817 6488 4443 6517 3307 5778 6488 Centavo (Taniguchi) 3 117 5-2 Special Demand (York) 6 112 7-2 Our Merhf (Valenzuela) ... 7 112 9-2 Bay Gold (York) 13 112 5-1 Chayotero Guiney) 14 122 10-1 Hi Dee (Skuse) 4 117 8-1 Betty's Signal fDeMeJio) .10 114 12-1 Sunday Silver (Ferguson) .15 xll7 1S-1 Knute Hansen (Fairholm) .12 xll7 15-1 Two Sky (Powell) 11 109 20-1 Post Chaise (Costa) 9 114 30-1 Skipp.v Toubo (Ferguson) .. 1 xll2 30-1 Miss Glen-Russ (Anderson) 2 112 40-1 Denmir (Dominguez) 5 117 40-1 Gahfle (Costa) 16 114 40-1 Sierra Gunner (Harmatz) . 8 114 40-1 Eoth races here sharp. Figures in contention. Could take it all. Be running in stretch. Eligible to improve. Invader from Caliente. Could spring surprise. Ran routes at Caliente, Got lead but stopped. Must be considered. Had some early speed. Old fellow still runs. Couldn't keep up. Scratched to try here. Will have to hurry. Little to recommend. 6583 SECOND RACE Six furlongs. Purse $2,500. (Sing'n Khal, Mable for $6,500: Lucky's Darling and K for $5,000). Maiden 2-year-olds. Claiming. Ellen and Aortic entered for ay-Triple C. for $6,000; others 651S 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 6518 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 time. Win would surprise. Little to recommend. Split pack in last. Trailer in last effort. Has to show more. nth miles. Claiming. Purse $2,200. (All entered for $2,500). CEO A THIRD RACE One and one-s i x t e e 3-year-olds. 6518 Rovers Chance (Pulido) ...10 112 5-2 6548 Figgi Bob (Valenzuela) 7 112 7-2 6550 Doggone Speedv (Skuse) ..9 107 9-2 6510 Extra Bonus (Ford) 6 112 5-1 6520 Big Shindig (Anderson) ...14 114 6-1 6509 Sullysez (York) 11 109 8-1 6520 El Free (Harmatz) 1 114 10-1 6559 Sleeping Pill (Lidberg) ...13 104 12-1 6548 Recession (Volzke) 16 120 15-1 6448 War Breaker (Miller) 15 112 15-1 6134 Technique (Ferguson) 3 xllO 20-1 6485 Five Nations (Doming'z) .. 4 112 30-1 6191 Fair Judge (Costa) .. 5 112 30-1 6471 Luds Dud (Bailey) 2 112 40-1 Sureness (Goldsmith) 12 xl07 30-1 6567 Evolution (Lidberg) 8 112 40-1 Might be the spot. Back where he belongs. Better chance this route. Last was good try. Chance on top race. Prepped in sprints. Improvement required. Can't see much hope. Has to show more. Must draw into race. Gets hot apprentice. Is rounding to form. Dons blinkers for this. Trailer in last effort. Will have to hurry. Little to recommend. 6585 FOURTH RACE Six furlongs. Calif. Purse $2,700. Maiden. 2-year-olds bred in 6519 Grand Web (Miller) 14 6493 Circus Kid (Leon) 1 6551 Khalex (Valenzuela) 13 6551 Souvenir (Glisson) 3 6519 Travel Book (Ferguson) ...12 6541 Mr. R. B. (Taniguchi) 4 6484 Ute Greek (Goldsmith) 8 6493 Hindy Sky (Dominguez) ... 6 a-Rough Rider (Harmatz) . 7 5949 a-Captain Abbey (Ferguson) 16 6221 b-Nite Shift (P. Moreno) ..15 6551 Doctor E. D. (Pulido) 9 6472 b-Apocalypse (P. Moreno) 10 6467 Satin Betsy (York) 2 Small 'N Big (Reed) 11 5611 Boche (Maese) 5 a R. Cornell-trained entry. ' b W. W. Taylor-trained entry. 114 5-2 Can win if he runs. 118 7-2 May finally make it. 118 7-2 Flashed speed in last. 118 7-2 Finished full of run. xl09 9-2 Can better last one. 114 5-1 Closed fast in drive. xl09 8-1 Made bid too late. 118 10-1 Raced wide last out. 118 10-1 Bred to run fast. xll3 10-1 Is working well. 118 12-1 Must be considered. 118 15-1 Eligible to improve. 118 12-1 Dons blinkers for this. Ill 20-1 Had speed, gave way. 118 30-1 Is by Salmagundi. 114 40-1 Can't see much hope. 6586 FIFTH RACE Six furlongs. 3-year-olds and up. Purse $2,500. (All entered for $5,000) Claiming, 6509 6529 Brinks Dream (Volzke) ....13 122 5-2 Wish U Well Taniguchi) ..10 117 7-z 6560 Dance With Me (ValenzTa) 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 U Roman (Anderson) 5 117 20-1 4788 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 flf pace. Chance to surprise. May be a sleeper. Didn't repeat good one. Early speed at longer. Picked a tough spot. 6587 SIXTH RACE Six furlongs, iyear-olds and up. Claiming. The Motor Car Dealers of Southern California. Purs $3,000. (All entered for $6,500) 6515 Predacious (Ferguson) .... 6 xl09 (6505) Devilment (Costa) 2 114 6515 So Valiant (Dominguez) ... 1 114 6536 Neltone (Valenzuela) 3 111 6529 Tell Me Tony (Fairholm) .. 4 xl09 5- 2 Tough to whip here. 7-2 Beat cheaper handily. 9-2 Made a belated bid. 6- 1 Can't deny a chance. 8-1 Early foot at longer. 6498 Document (Pulido) 5 114 12-1 Last dull, drops down. CFOQ SEVENTH RACE Six furlongs. VQOO Vikings of Scandia. Purse $3,200. 2-year-olds. Allowance. The 6307 Morgan's Blues (Ferguson) 4 xll5 6472 Doc Pepper jSkuse) 5 120 (6519) Captain M. (York) 3 117 6526 Rebel Rob (Taniguchi) .... 2 117 (6503) Bold Pilgrim (Bailey) 6 120 (6467) Toong-Soong (P. Moreno) . 1 114 6526 Sweetwater (Dominguez) ..7 120 5-2 Choice in tough race. 7- 2 Last was a corker. 9-2 Chance to repeat. 5- 1 Hard to handle here. 6- 1 Won only two starts. 8- 1 Whipped a good field. 10-1 Improvement required. EIGHTH RACE One and one-sixteenth miles. 3-year-olds pii entered for $2,250 eron e O309 and up. Claiming. Purse $2,300. (Bertrand, Gorrioncillo and Mai otners tor 2,ouu). 6511 Malpii (Taniguchi) 8 111 5-2 6540 Creole Dancer (Ford) 2 109 7-2 (6500) Appropriate (Guiney) ! 1 122 7-2 5848 Just As Fast (Doming'z) ..4 122 5-1 6553 . Imperial Oak (Valenz'la) .10 114 6-1 5999 Gorrioncillo (Harmatz) 7 114 8-1 6047 Monteo (Ferguson) 6 xl08 8-1 6544 Bertrand (Anderson) 5 111 10-1 6488 Irish Claim (Miller) 3 117 12-1 6525 Sickles Reward (Volzke) -. 9 114 20-1 Closed fast in sprint. Made a strong bid. Won at long odds. Won at Caliente. Might go this far. Been given a rest. Must be considered. Is rounding to form. Can't deny a chance. Had a sprint prep. x 5 pounds. Apprentice allowance claimed. BEST BET Predacious inr sixth. SENATORS NIP BOSTON, 6-4 ' WASHINGTON (UP) Roy Sievers' grand-slam homer off Frank Sullivan gave the Washing ton Senators a 6-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox yesterday and a sweep of, the three-game series. : It was Sievers' 31st homer of the year and his first circuit clout since his string of six homers in six games was stopped two weeks ago today. Ted Williams had one single in lour official trips to the plate as his average dropped, a point to .392. Ted singled in the first, was passed purposely, flied out twice and grounded out once. Boston Piersall cf Klaus ss Williams If Vernon lb Malzon 3b Jensen rf Mauch 2b White c Sullivan p Wall p a-Zauchin Delock p 11RH Washington AB R H 5 0 1 Yost 3b 2 0 3 0 1 Plews 2b 3 1 4 0 1 Sievers If 4 1 5 0 1 Schult rf 4 0 5 11 Berberet o 4 0 3 11 Runnels lb 4 0 3 11 Usher cf 4 1 3 0 0 Bruises ss 3 2 3 12 Ramos p 10 0 0 0 Clevenger p 2 1 10 0 0 0 0 31 6 7 f Totals 35 4 9 Total -Struck out for Wall In 8th, SCORE BY INMJiGS: Boston nni jno ino 4 Vashlntton 000 043 OHx E Sullivan. RBI Klaus, Piersall 2, .Sievers 4, Clevenger, Plews, Mauch. 2B t Sullivan, Malzone, Berberet, Vernon HR-Sievers, Mauch. SF Clevenger. LOB buwvan 3. Clevenger 1. SO-uiIivan 4. Boston 10 Washington 6. BB Ramos 5, Clevenger 2. Delock 2. HO Ramos 7-4-. Clevenger 2-4-Vi, Sullivan 7-5-H, Wall 0- i-Ti, ueiocK o-i. K & jsk Sullivan 6-6, Ramos 3-3. Clevenger 1-1. HBP Sullivan (Yost). WP Sullivan. W Clevpn. Iter (6-4). L Sullivan (10-8). U Flaherty. Chylak, Summers, Honochlck. T it.Xt. Sugar Ray Spars GREENWOOD LAKE, N.Y. !(UP) More than 700 saw Sugar Ray Robinson spar three rounds yesterday in preparation for his middleweight title defense against Carmen Basilio at Yankee Sta dium, Sept 23, Musi'al's Homer Wins First Tilt, Mizell Superb MILWAUKEE, Wis. Vinegar Bead Mizell shut out the Milwaukee Braves 6-0 on four hits last night to give the St. Louis Cardinals a sweep of a double-header that took 8 hours, 18 minutes to play. Stan Musial won the first game 8-6 with a .10th inning two-run homer. The double victory shaved, two games off the Braves' first place lead and put the second place Cardinals 6V2 games behind in the National League. The Cardinals rallied for six runs in the last three innings of the first game after trailing 6-2. Third baseman Eddie Kasko drove in three of the six runs in the comeback, two of them with a single that tied the game 6-5 in the ninth. After Wally Moon walked in the 10th, Musial socked his 26th horn er of the season. The veteran first baseman wound up with four hits in the two games to put him 11th on the list of all-time leaders in hits, and pushed him into the select group of major leaguers with 5,000 or more bases. He also took over the National League batting lead. Mizell was in trouble in only two innings of the second game. The Braves got a runner to third in the fourth inning when Nippy Jones tripled, and another to second base in the fifth when Felix Mantilla doubled, but both runners could advance no further. The lengthy double - header, which started at 1:30 p.m. and didn't end until 9:48 p.m., was the result of spotty rainfall which held up the first game two hours and 14 minutes. First Game: St. Louis AB R H Milwaukee AB R H Boyer cf 5 2 1 Schndnst 2b 5 0 1 Moon If 4 10 Torre lb 5 0 1 Musial lb 5 2 2 Mathews 3b 5 1 Cnninghm rf 4 0 1 Aaron cf 5 1 BG Smith rf 0 0 0 Sawatski c 5 2 0 0 Hazle rf-lf 4 2 1 2 Mantilla ss 4 0 2 3 Crandall lf-rf 1 0 0 2 Pafko If 3 0 0 0 Buhl p 0 0 0 0 Phillips p 3 0 0 0 0 Conley p 0 0 0 0 0 Pizarro p 0 0 0 0 1 e-Covington 10 0 0 0 McMahon p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Late Saturday Sports Results Perry Jeter, former San Ber nardino Valley College star, returned a punt 73 yards for a touchdown to highlight a 24-7 Chicago triumph over the Pittsburgh Steelers'at Jacksonville, Fla. The Baltimore Colts thwarted a late scoring threat by the Phila delphia Eagles and held on for a 17-10 victory at Hershey, Pa. Bob Alexander's three-hit pitching halted the league-leading San Francisco Seals as Portland nabbed a 1-0 Pacific Coast League decision. Pat McMurtry, the NBA's 9th ranked heavyweight from Tacoma, knocked out Carl (Bobo) Olson in the second round of their sched uled 10-rounder at Portland. Mr. Moto defeated Ilio DePaolo in the wrestling main at San Bernardino Arena. Mike Lane sub dued Ted Christy in the semi, Henry Lenz pinned Fontana's En rique Romero in the special, and Ray Peret drew with Gene Du Buque in the opener. Alfredo Escobar, 1294 of Re- dondo Beach, scored an eighth round TKO over Tommy Bain, 128V2 of Sherman Oaks, in th scheduled 10-round main event at Hollywood Legion Stadium. Basilio 'Tricky' in Sparring Session ALEXANDRIA BAY, N.Y. (UP) carmen casino nas Decome a "tricky" fighter, sparmate Lee Owens said yesterday after get ting nailed several times with un expected right hands in their three-round sparring session. A near-capacity crowd of more than 600, who paid admissions. watched the workout. - Coooer c 6 Blasingme 2b 4 Dark ss 5 Kasko 3b 4 Wehmeier p 2 Merritt p 0 a-H Smith 1 V McDaniel p 0 b-Ennls 1 Schmidt p 0 c-Landrith 0 d-Miksis Muffett p Totals 41 8 12 Totals 41 6 11 a Grounded out for Merritt in 7th. b Singled for V. McDaniel in 8th. c Batted for Schmidt in 9th. d Walked for Landrith in 9th. e Grounded out for Pizarro in 9th. SCORE BY INNINGS: St. Louis v. 100 000 122 28 Milwaukee 100 203 000 0 E Mantilla, Musial. Schoenjiienst. RBI (Boyer scored on Phillips wild pitch in 1st), Matnews, Hazle 3. Mantilla. raiKo. Kasko 3, Ennis. Musial 2, (Boyer scored on Schoendienst' error In 7th. HR Mathews. Hazle, Musial. S Kasko. DP- Schoendienst to Mantilla to Torre 2, Kasko to Blasingame to Musial; McMahon to Mantilla to Torre. LOB St. Louis 13, Milwaukee 8. BB Buhl 2. Wehmeier 1, Schmidt 1, Muffett 1. Phillips 3. Conley 1, Pizarro 3. SO Wehmeier 4, Merritt 1, Muffett 1, Phillips 4. HO Buhl 0-0 (pitched to two men in 1st), wenmeier 7-svs, Merritt l-1, McDaniel 1-1. Schmidt 0-1, Muffett 2-2, Phillips 8-7Mu Conley 4-1, Pizarro McMahon 0-1. RER Weh meier 6-5. Phillips 4-4. Conley 2-2. Pizarro 2-2. WP Phillips, w Mutlett U-l). .Pi zarro (4-6). T 3:27. Second Game: St. Louis AB R H Milwaukee AB R H Boyer cf 4 2 1 Schndnst 2b 4 . 0 0 Moon II 4 2 3 Jones lb 4 0 1 Musial lb 5 0 2 Mathews 3b 4 0 1 Cunninghm rf 5 1 1 Aaron cf 4 0 0 Dark ss 5 12 Crandall rf 3 0 0 Blasingme 2b 4 0 0 Pafko If 4 0 0 H Smith c 4 0 2 Mantilla si 3 0 1 Kasko 3b 3 0 0 Rice c 2 0 1 Mizell p 4 0 0 Trowbridge p 1 0 0 x Johnson p 0 0 0 a-Roach 10 0 Jolly p 0 0 0 b-DeMerit 10 0 McMahon p 0 0 0 Totals 38- 6 11 Totals 31 0 4 a Struck out for Johnson In 5th. b Struck out for Jolly in 7th. SCORE BV INNINGS: St. Louis 100 131 0006 Milwaukee 000 000 0000 E Mantilla. RBI Dark, H. Smith 2, Musial, Cunningham, Moon. 2B Mantilla, Dark. 3B Jones. HR Moon, Musial.. SB H. Smith. DP Jones to Mantilla. LOB St. Louis 9,Muwaukee 6. BB Trowbridge 1, Jolly 2. Mizell 2, McMahon 1. SO Trow bridge 2, Johnson 1. Jolly 1. Mizell 6. HO Trowbridge 9-4V4, Johnson 1-, Jolly 1-2, McMahon 0-2. R&ER Trowbridge 5-5, Jolly 1-1. PB H. Smith. W Mizell (5-9). L Trowbridge (4-4). U Sudol. Burkhart, Dixon, Gorman. T 2:16. A 45,207. Scliaefer's el Mar ILongsliots Del Mar longshott for Monday: FIRST Chayotero. SECOND Galiano. THIRD Sureness. FOURTH Apocalypse. FIFTH Steponaway. SIXTH Tell Mo Tony. SEVENTH Sweetwater. EIGHTH Just as Fast. Pirates Split, Win 10th of Year Over Bums BROOKLYN (UP) The last place Pirates beat the defending champion Brooklyn Dodgers for the 10th time this season when they rallied for an 8-6 nightcap victory yesterday after Sal Maglie edged Bob Friend, 2-1, on Duke Snider's 30th home run in the opener of a doubleheader. The Pirates are the first team in the league to beat the Dodgers 10 times this year. A four-run uprising against re liever Clem Labine in the eighth inning sewed up the second game for the Pirates after Snider tied the score at 4-4 with his 31st home run and second of the day in the seventh inning. First Game: Pittsburgh AB R H Brooklyn AB R H Clemente rf 3 0 1 Gilliam 2b 3 11 Virdon cf 4 0 0 Cimoli rf-lf 2 0 0 Groat ss 4 0 1 Snider cf 3 11 Skinner If 4 0 0 Hodges lb 3 0 0 Thomas lb 4 12 Valo lf-rt 3 0 0 Freese 3b 4 0 1 Neal ss 3 0 0 Mazeroski 2b 3 0 0 Walker c 3 0 0 Foiles c 3 0 1 Zimmer lb 3 0 0 Friend p 2 0 0 Maglie p 2 0 0 a-Smith 1 0 0 Face p 0 0 0 Totals 32 1 6 Totals 25 2 a Struck out fw Friend in 8th. SCORE BY INNINGS: Pittsburgh 000 010 0001 Brooklyn 000 0011 2ux 2 E Groat. RBI Mazeroski, Snider 2. 2B Clemente. Thomas. HR Snider. S Cimoli. DP Zimmer to Gilliam to Hodges. LOB Plttsburgn 6, Brooklyn 0. BB Maglie 2. SO Friend 5. Face 2. Maglie 6. HO Friend 2-7, Face 0-1. R&ER Friend 2-2. Maglie 1-1. W Maglie (6-5). L Friend (H-ib). x a:. Jl)NlO SAVS WES BEACHED THE DIFFICULT AGE -AT THE MOVIES THEW CLASS HIM AS AN ADULT PONT TgV TO PULL THAT V ' 'FMf NOU HEAUOME! NO My 3 LITTLE KID STUFF ON ME.' Lg M OKinJ iS KIDS ALLOWED IN THE V2g? I KNOW NOU'RE OVEIJ -J-fTJ 'M The BAlconv BALCONN.' G'WAN BEAT TWELVE! WHV.VOU ) M ADULTS ONLY 1 A IT! DOWN FRONT WITH J f EVEN NEED A SHAVE? j SSP-' ' T ' THE REST OF THE u, NTIL HE GETS INSIDE THEN THEN CONSIDER HIM AS STILL JUST ANOTHER ONE OF THE I4IDS ItS?, McCtUII KIWI GIANTS' DIRECTORS MEET 1SDOOT OLD Av A f e Second Game: Pittsburgh AB R H Brooklyn Clemente rf 5 1 1 Gilliam 2b Virdon cf Groat ss Skinner If Thomas lb Baker 3b Mazeroski 2b 4 Peterson c 2 Douglas p 1 King p 1 Face p 2 Arroyo p 0 Purkey p 0 Totals 1 2 Cimoli rf-lf 1 1 Snider cf 1 0 Hodges lb 1 1 Valo lf-rf 0 0 c-Podres 1 Neal ss 2 Zimmer 3b 0 Roseboro c 0 Craig p 0 a-Reese 0 Labine p 0 b-Jackson McDevitt p d-Kennedy AB R H 3 2 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 6 S 35 8 8 Totals a Sacrificed for Craig in 6th. b Flied out for Labine in 8th. c Ran for Valo in 9th. d Grounded out for McDevitt in 9th. ntOKE BY 1NMNGS: Pittsburgh 004 Oil 040 K Brooklyn 002. 010 1116 E Snider. Roseboro, Zimmer 2. RBI Clemente, Groat, Baker, Mazeroski 2, Peterson 2, Cimoli '2, Snider, Hodges, Valo, Neal (Clemente scored on Snider's error In 3rd). 2B elements. Snider. Maz- erosKi. uiinam. hk-Peterson, Groat, Snider, Hodges. SB Gilliam 2. S Reese, t-eterson. Groat. LOB Pittsburgh 4. Brooklyn 12. BB Douglas 4. King 2, Face 3, Craig 1, Labine X. SO Douglas 1, King 1. Face 3, Arroyo 1, Craig 5, Labine 1. HO Douglas 1-2H. King 2-1 (faced 2 batters in 5tn), ace 4-3, Arroyo 1- (faced 2 battel- in 9thi. Purkey 1-1. Craig 5-6, Labine 2-2, McDevitt O-L R&ER Douglas 2-2, King 1-1, Face 2-2. Arroyo 1-1, Craig 4-4, Labine 4-0. W Face (4-5), L Labine (8-7). U Seeory, Landes, Baker, Dascoli. T 3:00. A 14,416. Johanson Captures Main Event in OSS Jalopy Program Jack Johanson won the main event to become the only double winner Saturday night in the jal opy races at Orange Show Sta dium. His other first was in the third heat. Valli Engelauf, who won the trophy dash, and Willy Kidd, vic tor in the helmet dash, followed Johanson in the main. Wayne Page beat out Roy Conert and Bill Ward, winner of the second heat, in the semi. Other winners included: Robert Blake, hooligan; Leroy Watje, first heat; and Mike Chapman, fourt heat. Rose Defeats Patty MUNICH (UP) Mervyn Rose of Australia -yesterday won the men's singles title in the Interna tional Bavarian Tennis Champion ships when he beat Budge Patty of Paris and Los Angeles, 5-7, 12 10, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4. NEW YORK (UP) Horace Stoneham, president of the New York Giants, sits down with members of his board of directors -today for the most important meeting in the team's 74-year history. Stoneham has called the meeting to discuss a "firm" offer to transfer the Giants to San Francisco. . The- National League already has approved a transfer of the Giants' franchise, and Stoneham is highly satisifed with the formal bid made two weeks ago by San Francisco's city fathers. Now all he has to do is sell the directors on the most revolutionary bit of house-moving in the history of baseball. Some members of the board are not in favor of changing the team's name to the San Francisco Giants. But Broadway bettors, VENTURI 22 UNDER PAR TO CAPTURE ST. PAUL OPEN 'ST. PAUL, Minn. (UP) Casual Ken Venturi of San Francisco shot a 68 yesterday for a record-tying 72-hole total of 266, 22-under par to win the St. Paul Open. It was his first title since he turned professional last November. Venturi, an ex -amateur star who turned pro after finishing second in the 1956 Masters, was MOSS UPSETS FANGIO, WINS GRAND PRIX OF PESCARA PESCARA, Italy (UP) Great Britain's Stirling Moss upset heavily-favored world champion Juan Manuel Fangio of Argentina yesterday to win the 25th Grand Prix of Pescara. Moss victory marked the first triumph by a British Van-wall In a European grand prix. The Vanwall's only previous victory had been at Silverstone, Eng., earlier this year. Moss was clocked in two hours, 59 minutes and 23.7 seconds for an average speed of 95.5 miles an hour over the 286-mile course. Fangio, driving a Maserati, was clocked in 3:03.36.8 for second place with Harry Schell of New York third in 3:06.9.5. The race counted toward the world championship but that title already had been clinched by Fangio. Fangio complained of rheumatic pains in his right shoulder when he woke two hours before the race and if appeared that the stiffness impeded his driving. There were no crashes of any kind although Horace Gould, a British driver In a Maserati, spun off the road at the end of the first lap. He was unhurt but retired from the race. Nine of the 16 cars which started were forced to drop out. i GIANTS SWEEP PAIR OF TILTS FROM PHILS PHILADELPHIA (UP) Al Worthington hurled the New York Giants to a 1-0 second game victory over the Philadelphia Phillies yesterday after the Gi ants had taken the first game, 5-4, with Hank Sauer hitting two homers. 1st game: New York AB K H PhUadel. AB R H O'Connell 2b 4 1 1 Ashburn cf 4 0 1 Mueller rl 4 11 Fernandez ss 4 1 1 Mays cf 4 0 1 Bouchee lb 3 0 0 JablonsU Sb 4 1 1 Anderson It Bresso'd. 3b 0 0 0 b-Lopata Sauer If 4 2 2 Bowman rr Thomson If 0 0 0 Repul. rf If Spencer ss 4 0 1 Hamner 2b Harris lb 3 0 1 Jones 3b Lockman lb 1 0 0 Lonnett c Thomas c 4 0 2 c-Northey Crone D 2 0 0 Hacker o McCorm'k p 2 0 0 a-Haddix Grissom p 0 0 0 Cardwell p 3 12 10 0 0 0 0 4 2 3 3 0 0 4 0 1 3 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 2 0 0 Totals 36 3 10 Totals 33 4 8 a Bounced out for Hacker In 3rd. c Called out on strikes for Anderson in 8th. c Bounced out for Lonnett in 9th. SCORE BY IXNIXGS: New York 301 000 001 5 Philadelphia 000 300 1 4 . spencer, Meulier. tun sauer 3. Jablonski 2, Mays (Anderson scored on Muellers error in 4th), Jones, Repulski. 2B Jablonski, Mays, Repulski. HR Sauer 2, Repulski. DP Mays-Thomas. LOB New York 4, Philadelphia 4. BB Crone 1, McCormirk 1. SO Hacker 2, McCormick 6, Cardwell 2. HO Hacker 6-3, Cardwell 4-6. Crone 5-3 , McCor mick 3-4 . Grissom 0-1. R & ER Hacker 4-4, Cardwell 1-1. Crone 3-3, McCormick 1-1. W McCormick 42-0). L Hacker (6-5). T 2:16. Second Game: New York AB R H Philadelphia AB R H O'Connell 2b 4 Mays cf 4 Jablonski lb 3 Lockman lb 0 Sauer If 4 Spencer ss 4 Thomson rf 4 Bressoud 3b 3 Westrum c S Worthington p 3 0 Ashburn cf 4 2 Harmon 3b 4 0 Bouchee lb 4 0 Anderson If 3 0 Repulski rf 2 4 Hemus 2b 3 1 Fernandez ss 2 0 a-Northey 1 0 Smalley ss 0 1 Lonnett e 3 Haddix p 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 almost flawless in winning his initial crown. His closing 68 came after rounds of 66, 67 and 65. On the final round Venturi slipped over, par twice, once on the par three 220-yard 15th hole where he missed a four-foot putt and again on the 17th green where he faded his second shot. He had a chance to set a new record when he hit an iron shot within eight feet of the par five 462-yard 18th hole. But he missed the eagle putt and had to settle for a birdie and a record tie. Bob Rosburg, who led the field after his first round 64, came back with a 65 for a 268 total and second-place money.' Tying at 269 were Howie Johnson of Houston, Tex., who shot yesterday's best round of 64 and Marty Furgol, Lemont, 111. Defending champion Mike Sou- chak of Grossinger's N.Y., and three-time British Open champ Peter Thomson of Melbourne, Aus-- tralia, tied at 270. INDIANS TOPPLE ATHLETICS, 9-2 KANSAS CITY, Mo (UP) - The Cleveland Indians scored a 9-2 vie- , .i t - : . A .l rory over me rvarisas -ny m letics yesterday with Cal McLish gaining, his sixth win. Cleveland AB R H Kansas City AB R H A Smith 3b 4 2 3 Power lb 4 0 Maris cf 4 0 1 Hunter ss 4 0 Woodling If 4 12 Zernial If 4 0 0 Colavito rf 2 11 Cerv rf 4 1 Avila 2b 4 11 Martin ?b 3 0 Altobelli lb 5 1 1 Held cf 2 1 Carrasquel 8S 5 1 1 H Smith c 4 0 Nixon c 5 10 Lopez 3b 4 0 McLish p 3 11 Portcrrera p 0 0 0 Coleman p u o McDermott p 2 0 Burnette p 0 0 a-Noren ' 1 0 Urban p 0 0 Totals 36 9 11 Totals 32 2 a Grounded out for Burnette in 7th. SCORE BY INNINGS: Cleveland 0SO 200 020 Kansas City 000 200 000 2 E Hunter. H. Smith. KBl H. Smith 2, A. Smith, Maris, Woodling 3, Colavito, Altobelli, CarrasqueL (Altobelli scored on H. Smith's error in 2nd). 2B Hunter, Cerv, Colavito. S Maris. SF A. Smith, Woodling. DP Hunter to Martin to Power: McLish to Carrasquel to Altobelli. LOB Cleveland 8, Kansas City 6. BB McLish 3, Portocarrero 2, McDermott 3. SO McLish 6, Portocarrero 1, McDermott 2, Bumette 1, Urban 1. HO Portocarrero 2-1 (faced 4 hatters In 2nd), Coleman 2-V4. McDermott 4-4. Burnette 0-1, Urban 3-2. R&ER McLish 2-2, Portocarrero 4-3, Coleman 1-1, McDermott 2-1 Burn ette 0-0, Urban 2-2. W McLish (6-5). L Portocarrero (3-8). U Napp. Rice, Rom mel. Stevens. T z:4i. A 13,202. Totals 32 1 8 Totals 29 0 3 a Lined out for Fernandez in 7th. SCORE BY INNINGS: New York 000 100 0001 Philadelphia 000 000 0000 RBI Thomson. 2B Spencer 2, Thomson, Lonnett. S Anderson. DP Fernandez to Bouchee. LOB New York 5. Philadelphia 4. SO Worthington 3, Haddix 6. HBP Worthington (Repulski). W Worthington (8-8). L, Haddix (9-lu). u conlan, Dona-telli, Delmore. Smith. T 2:10. A 14,591. Get Lost, a 5-year-old thorugh-bred that runs on hurdles and on the turf, is named for his dam, P 'i Off. Video Sports TONIGHT 8 Wrestling, at Hollywood Legion, KCOP (13). 9 Roller Derby, Red Devil vs. Braves, KTLA (5). TOMORROW No Sports scheduled for television. WEDNESDAY 7 Boxing, Joe Browtt Vs. Joey Lopes. KABC-TV (7). I 8 :30 Wrestling', at -Olympic Audi torium KTLA (5). 1 HUK5QAY 8 Fishing Flashes. KCOP (13). 8:30 Boxing. Al (Tiger) WUliams vs. Neal Rivers for California middle weight title, KTLA (5). FRIDAY 7 Boxing. Isaac Loeart vs. Walter Byars, krua (4). S:30 The Big Moment, KRCA (4) SATURDAY 10 :30 Redlegs vs. Pirates. KRCA l). 10:45 Braves vs.-Dodgers, KNXT (2). 1:25 Angels vs. Stars, KTTV (ll). 2 Saratoga Handicap, KNXT (2).; 8:30 Boxing. Ramon Tiscareno vs. Willie Morton. KHJ-TV. (9J. J Feature 50-Lap Race Captured With D-Jaguar MONTGOMERY, N.Y. (UP) Walt Hansgen of Green Farms, Conn., in a D-Jaguar, won the featured 50-Iap race yesterday in the program sponsored hy the Sports Car Cub of America and the Mongomery American Legion Post. Me was timed in one hour 15 minutes and 31 seconds for an average of 73.49 mph, and won the overall title as well as the individual race over the 1.85-mile course laid out on the airport run way here. Barke Henry of Arlington, Va., won the 4th race on yesterday's program, a 30-lap run, In 32:lT-0 in his Corvette. His average was 68.79 mph. Pdchard Thompson of Washington was second in a Cor vette. Ken Venturi, making his first start as a professional in the 1957 IT1.- 1 . . - 1 1 J , -t 1 , iauonai jpen, uea wiin rea Hawkins for sixth with 286. . 1 who will wager on anything, figure Stoneham is an odds-on choice to win the directors' approval. The board of directors of any company is always interested mainly in the financial set-up of a new move. On this score alone, Stoneham should have-little trouble convincing the board that the Giants belong in California next season. The Giants reportedly cleared only $20,000 last year. Stoneham told stockholders during a recent meeting he could guaranteed "a net profit of $200,000 to $300,000 a year" in San Francisco. However, e'ven if the directors approve a franchise switch, the Giants face at least three major problems before they will be able to carry their bats and baggage over the Rocky Mountains. They must first negotiate to buy the San Francisco territory, owned by the Boston Red Sox. Then they will have to negotiate separately for rental of Seals Sta dium, which is owned by Paul Fagan of San Francisco, who leases it to the Red Sox. Once those two obstacles ere cleared, the Giants also will have to deal with the Pacific Coast League for damages caused by the withdrawal of San Francisco from the loop. This bill alone could approach $1,000,000. KRAMER DEFEATS HOAD, ROSEWALl TRIMS SEGURA VTITEL, France UP) Veteran American tennis ace Jack Kra mer yesterday defeated Austral ia's Lew Hoad, who recently turned pro, 6-3, 10-8. The match was part of the "World Professional Tennis Cham pionship" -which the United States retained for the second straight year. Ken Rosewall, Australia, beat Pancho Segura 6-4, 6-3, but Kra mer and Segura teamed to lick the Australians in the doubles, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4, thereby clinching the overall victory. Bramleft's Braves Set Practice at Norton Bramlett's Braves of San Ber nardino, the southern California Connie Mack League champions, have scheduled an important practice at 5:30 tomorrow afternoon at Norton AFB. The Braves meet Oakland for the state title in a best 2-of-3 game series beginning Friday night at Perris Hill Park. ' CHICAGO (UP) Managing Director Walter Wolfner said yesterday he believed that a wave of Asiatic flu which struck 40 of the 54 members of the Chicago Cardinals football team had "run its course" and that the danger was over. Patterson Vs. Rademacher Tops Fight List Title Fight Called Mismatch by Most Of Boxing Groups (By Associated Press) Heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson and Olympic king Pete Rademacher make ring history at Seattle Thursday night when they collide in a 15-round title fight labeled a mismatch by most boxing organizations of the world. It will mark the first time that an amateur heavyweight champion, will' make his debut in the fight for pay ranks against the world's professional titleholder. Amateur featherweight champion Jack Skelly tried to accomplish that feat against pro king George Dixon in 1892 and was knocked out in the eighth round. To the skeptics, Rademacher, a balding, 28-year-old ex-football player, has said: "If I didn't think I could lick Floyd Patterson I wouldn't fight him." CALLED 'PRO' Patterson, who will collect $250,-000 for a fight that figures to be quick, says "that in my book Rademacher is a pro.' Any man who has been fighting as long as he has (15 years) is a pro and any man who can win an Olympic title has to be good." The 22-year-old New Yorker won the Olympic 165-pound crown at Helsinki in 1952 and then stepped into the pro ranks. Rademacher practically made the .match himself. His backers in Columbus, Ga., guaranteed Patterson the quarter of a million dollars. The Rademacher group willtollect 60 per cent of the gate. If promoter Jack Hurley sells out Seattle's Sick Stadium, the bout will gross $400,000. That means Rademacher and his backers will get only $240,000, or a $10,000 loss. "He'll still be an amateur," cracked one wag. Pete, who stands 6V2 and weighs 210, is counting on scoring the biggest upset in fight history. If he should win he'll collect plenty on the return bout. For that one in case its required each fighter will get 30 per cent. Bookmakers in Nevada, and on Broadway don't think Pete has a chance. There is no betting line whatsoever on the fight. The fight will start at 11 p.m. PDT. There will be no radio broadcast or television. BROWN FIGHTS Lightweight champion Joey Brown of New.Orieans is featured in the Wednesday night television (ABC) headliner. He meets Joey Lopes of Sacramento, Calif., in a non-title 10-rounder at Chicago Stadium. Isaac Logart of Cuba and Walt Byars of Boston, a couple of classy weltwerweight contenders, meet 'Friday night in a radio-television headliner at the Detroit Olympia. The week's bouts included: Thursday: At Los Angeles, Neal Rivers, Las Vegas, Nev., defends California middleweight title, vs. Tiger Al Williams, Los Angeles 12. Friday: At Ukiah, Calif., Candy McGilmore, Pakland, vs. Sal Pera of San Francisco, middles, 8, and Joeboy Charles, Oakland, vs. Dave Lee, Reno, welters 8. Saturday: At Hollywood, Ramon Tiscareno, Los Angeles, vs. Willie Morton, San Jose, Calif., lights, 10. In 1931 Billy Burke was the first to win the National Open with steel shaft clubs. In 1957, Dick Mayer became the first to win the Open with glass shaft clubs. RABBIT & DOVE HUNTING Sept. 1st Thru 30th ABOUT 5,000 ACRES PERMIT $1.50 PER DAY RAILROAD CANYON LAKE 40 Ml. From San Bernardino RIVERSIDE COUNTY Fishing Permits .... SI Per Day 75 Beats at $2 Per Day CAMP GROUNDS MOTORS Writ Rt. I, Box 41. Romoland, Calif Phone Elsinore Mala 2173 r Come to the Annual BARBECUE Sponsored by th Inland Fish & Game Conservation Association Saturday Night, Aug. 17, 6:30 Place: Hunt's Nursery 4673 Sierra Way San Bernardino A Family Affair Opened to the Public Plenty of Barbecue Beef and All the Trimmings First Door Prize - A STANDARD GAUGE MODEL 12 SHOT GUN ' Plus Many Other Valuable Door Prizes Adults $1.50, Children Under 12, 50c

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