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Rosewall Upsets Hoad; Fry Wins Forest Hills (AP) -- Racket rifleman Ken Rosewall blasted the "grand slam" hopes of fellow Australian Lew Hoad and a 16- year dream came true for Akron's Shirley Fry yesterday in the finals of the Diamond Jubilee National Tennis Tournament. Stunning a crowd of 12,000 who came" out in 58-degree, topcoat temperatures to watch Hoad try to duplicate Don Budge's great four-tournament sweep of 1938, the Little, black-haired Rosewall cut down his heavily favored boyhood chum and Davis Cup teammate with almost faultless accuracy for the men's title, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3, 6-3. Hoad, a handsome blond young- ster of 21 with a strange temperament and shots that go like cannon balls, had won the Austrail- ian, Wimbledon and French championships. He beat Rosewall in the finals of the first two of these, and needed only the U.S. title as a ticket to a $100,000 professional contract. But h i s crunching power was the toy of Rosewall's rare all-around court year in four meetings for the wizardry. Earlier, Miss Fry, an intense, 29-year-old Ohioan making her 16th bid in the tournament, added the U.S. women's title to her Wimbledon triumph by vanquishing jittery, off-form Althea Gibson of New York, 6-3, 64. Furgol Wins Open At Akron Akron, Ohio (AP)--Ed Furgol of St. Louis ran his golf winnings in four weeks on the tournament trail to $11,200 yesterday, coming from behind in the final round to win the Rubber City Open at Firestone Country Club. Furgal fired a six under par 66 yesterday for a 72 holes total of 271,17 strokes under par, and top prize of $3,000. Since he resigned a club position in St. Louis a month ago, Furgol has won the Milwaukee Open, and was defeated in a playoff in Detroit's Motor City Open. His total winnings in the three tournaments place him sixth among the money leaders. Trailing Arnold Palmer of Latrobe, Pi., by two strokes since the first round, Furgol passed him on the first nine yesterday. The highlight of his performance was an Eagle three on the 460- ya'rd sixth hole. Palmer could only keep pace , with Furgol's 34 on the final nine, and finished with 272, good for the $2,000 second prize. In third place was Ed (Porky) Oliver, veteran from Canton, Mass. Oliver fired a seven under par 65 yesterday for 274/ Jimmy Demaret, frpni Kiamesha Lake, N. Y., finished fourth .,. with 276. Demare't had a 67 in the final round.* : Tied for fifth'' at 277 were Paul , McGuire of Shaker Heights, Ohio; Bud Holscher of Apple Valley, Calif:,-ahd Don Fairfield of Casey, 111. The low amateur was Bab McCall of Cleveland with 294. He had a one under 71-yesterday. Tommy Bolt, who won this tournament in 1954, with a 23-un'; der par 265, finished with 281 _' this year to tie for eighth. Henry -. Ransam, who won in 1955, did not -' defend. It was the third triumph of the sure O f Miss Fry's backboard con sistency and in the teeth of a biting, cross-court wind which played havoc with shots. Miss Fry, who now lives in St. Petersburgh, Fla., began playing tennis at the age of nine and played in the first of her 16 Na- 14, back in the days Jacobs a n d A l i c e she gained the final steady Miss Fry over the lanky New York girl, who hoped to become the first Negro to win a major U.S. net title. · Miss Gibson's usually strong game, built around a stinging service and a 'sharp net attack, folded completely under the pres- tionals at of Helen Marble. In 1951 NET CHAMP--Former Governor Dewey, right, presents the American tennis championship trophy to Ken Rosewall of Australia, center, while runnerup Lew Hoad, also of Australia, looks on. Head's loss prevented him from getting a "grand slam" for the year. (UP Telephoto) Harrington Fail* Starts Races Today Great Barrington -- James Pie- arillo, racing secretary and handicapper for the Massachusetts fairs, has put together a choice card for the opening day races at Great Barrington today. The feature attraction, named the Great Barrington Inaugural, has a strong entry of Wassamat- ter and James Beauty belonging to Mrs. L. Pambianchi and R. W. Anderson. Wassamatter has raced once at the fair, and shows a strong trial propping himself for the opening day feature. Among others that are listed to go postward are Kentessa, owned ·and trained by Iva Mae Parrish, who has been around these parts for many years. Kentessa has won five races during the Marshfield, Weymouth and Northampton Fairs and will give the coupling of Wassermatter and James Beauty strong opposition. -Tinner's Folly, who has won two races, also will be a contender. Other horses to, go postward include Fullblast, Sassy Sprite, Bound Fast, Regal Manner, Referendum. The list of also-eligible includes Watch Pot, Omaha Fair and R. B. Run. ENTRIES 1st-- 5000. cl.. 3 yrs up. about 5 ^ f . Silky in Brcwnsto-.vn II 4. Chubby Bws 120? RoVal Finn 114. R ikra! }5" rfT( Ll 0 : Mr. Sonhy 120. My Pastime 120. T«BS Ike 117. A*o eligible: Bow Compas 120 Hoop Jude 117. Goya's Daisy 111. Shadj "P. about 5% 200 Set For Today's Amateur round both at Wimbledon and in the U.S. Nationals, o n l y ' t o be beaten in England by Doris Hart and in the U.S. finals by Maureen (Little Mo) Connolly. In 1954, suffering an .injured elbow and disillusioned by repeated failure to win a major tournament, Shirley decided to quit tennis and try other pursuits, particularly that of newspaper reporting. , "I figured I was through." I was getting a terrible defeatist complex," she said. "Then they ranked me No. 2 so I decided to come back after 10 months and prove I could win something." Today Miss Fry was queen of all she surveyed in women's ten nis, winner of Wimbledon, the U.S. and National Clay Cour titles in a slam comparable to that which escaped the mighty Hoad. Rosewall's victory over his fellow townsman from Sydney was so swift and so complete that the shivering-spectators found it hard to believe 'their eyes. Hoad unleashed some of his finest tennis against Rosewall but found it not enough against the steady stream of reruns off the rapier-like racket of his pint- Saxton, Basilio Meet Wednesday In Welter weight Title Scrap By THE ASSOIATED PRESS Welterweight Champion Johnny Saxton gets his chance to prove his right to hold the 147- pound crown--and a handsome purse, too--on Wednesday night when he meets Carmen Basilio, tht man he dethroned, in a 15-round title,bout at Syracuse. The slick, 26-year-old New Yorker won the crown for the second time in Chicago Mar. 14 on a unanimous but highly controversial 15-round decision over the ring-scared, 29-year-old Basilio. To show his confidence, Saxton agreed to give the Chitenango clouter the return fight on Basilio's home grounds. The scrap will be staged in War Memorial Auditorium and will be broadcast and telecast by (ABC at 10 p.m.). Promoter Norm Rotherchild, and the co-promoting International Boxing Club are hoping for .1 9,000, $150,000 sellout. The television and radio receipts add another $75,000 to the pot the fighters will share in, Saxton collecting 40 per cent and Basilio 20 per cent. If the arena sells out Saxton will receive about $75,000 and Basilio $37.500. The last time Saxton defended, the welter crown he lost it on a 14th round technical knockout to Boston's Tony Demarco. Johnny had won it from Cuba's Kid Gavilan on another hotly disputed decision. Demarco dropped the title to Basilio on a 12th round Wood Ousts Thomas In TCC Tournament Dave Wood eliminated defending champion Jim Thomas, 3 and 2, in a first round match of the Troy Country Club's men's championship as opening tests were decided over the weekend. The rest of the results in the championship flight were: Gerald Messia over Henry Sidford by default, Frank Weaver over Fred Schwartz 4 and 3, John Snyder over John Vandecar 5 and 4, William Weber over Derek Filley by default, Bud Russell over Dr. Gordon Anderson 5 and 4, Jack Morse over Emil McKay 2 and i, technical k nocko u t--Ba stHo--s top Senators WOMEN'S CHAMP--Shirley Fry, Wimbledon champion, adds the U.S. tennis title to her collection. She is shown with the trophy after beating Althea Gibson at Forest Hills. (UP Telephoto) Webb Wins i Feature Race At Route 66 Crowtlier, Liotta Win VS Tourney dm, 3 yrs f. News 109. Polly's Peljy u . 2 i Fatima 109. Llpht Don 120. Inn ,w fal I Navy Bouquet 112, Shorebascd 115. G.eat F*vor 114. Also eligible: Pat 2nd 112, Twllirht Hour 112. Closing Mpht 11 3rd-- $000. cl.. 3 yrs. «fe tip, about : Cora B. 114. MIT. Tubbs Hi. Ba«!« s Bo 114. Salkahatchie 114. Casual Chance Til. Fair Revenue HI. Echo ? Cheer 111. Hish Scout 114. Also eljs-.hle: *»'»»»· Vickl 111. Miss Ycmassee l i t . Fat- «· 120. Cleomls 117. 4th-- $900. cl.. 3 yr*. up. about f-~ f. Brezno 114. Turncsa 116. First Sw:rjs 115. Selective 116. Joycusc 114. Janet C 116. Palville 114. Donna R. U 6. A I so eligible: Rocket Light 11.. Kaivar 119, Cheery Velvet 111. Paradise Los. 119. 5tb-4900. cl.. 3 yr.. UP. about . o«| f. Bab's Boy 110. Last L!nk 111. ?"* Vina IK. The Troll 114. LucJu. m. Entile.'* 113. MicviUe 117. Count Mar 117. Also eligible: BonnlevUle 1 OS, Fresh Ham 111. Ebbie 110. Kuphrozlne 110. 6th-- ?900 Rlw., 3 yrs. up. about ^-i f. i The Hou!=a tonic^ . Muharmm lis, Easter Hour. Jerry Kellce 119. Mr. : Pudrty Cat 113. Hazing 111. Wire Flash in. Dedmode ins. Wee Madan 315. Also eligible: Black Al 111. Be Cnallcnginp 108. 7th-- Sl.nOO alw.. 3 yrs. k UP. 6'- f. Great Barrinpton Inaugural). Ken- Bill Webb of Rensselaer scored his first victory of the season yesterday in the 25-lap feature stock car race at Route 66 Speedway, beating Lou Hacker of Castleton and Fred Searing of Oak Hill. Following them were Walt Jaeger of Catskill and Chuck Behrens of Hampton Manor. Bob Shriner of Poestenkill was shaken up when his car and one driven by Boy Sousie of Troy crashed midway in the feature race. In another spill', Buck Sousie of Troy was unhurt as his car rolled over. The powderpuff race for women drivers was captured by Pat Hart of McKownville, who beat Jane Hacker of Castleton, Evelyn Noreen of Troy and Helen Van Alstyne of Ravena. The week's Champteen was Bob Fleet of Rensselaer, who won a trophy as best of the teen-age licensed drivers in special safety competition. Next week's final Lake Forest, 111. (AP)--Confi- ience was bubbling all over the ush Knollwood course yesterday as 200 golfers fired their final Dractice shots before the start of the 56th Rational Amateur Golf Tournament today. It's virtually impossible to pick a favorite and the keynote of the whole tournament appears to be back not only that anybody can win, shot. but that a whole lot of players think they can. The lengthy Knollwood course, stretched out to 6,790 yards with a par of 35-36--71, is the main reason. It's .the second-longest course ever used for the Amateur, but it is in beautiful condition and its greens are so true that no one has been having any kind of putting troubles. Scores as low as 65--an unofficial course record, have been- recorded in practice and most of the players have been-shooting par or under. Ken Venturi, the California kid who almost set the Masters Tournament topsy-turvy 1 a -1 spring, and his associate in a San Francisco automobile business, D e f e n d i n g Champion Harvie Ward, are the names most frequently mentioned by those who try to pick the winners. They have been playing well and give the impression it will take an awful lot o f ' good golf to beat them. But the field also includes almost the full membership of the 1955 Walker Cup team, a quartet of ex-champions, aging but still dangerous, a couple of former sized Davis Cup mate and doubles partner. Hoad showed a pique at the crowd, the wind a-nd low-flying planes swarming like an 'armada overhead en route to nearby La- Guardia and Idlewild Airports. Rosewall's victory was the result of his ability -to meet Head's powerful service, one of the best in the game, and send it spinning back over the net for an offensive ped Demarco in the 12th round of the return. Basilio was a 2-1 favorite the night he was edged by Saxton and he's the 8-5 choice to regain the title and become the ninth welterweight to hold that division's crown twice. Saxton has kspt busy since winning the championship the second time. He has won three fights, two of them last month, and has a winning streak of eight. Basilio hasn't fought since the Chicago defeat but he has whipped himself into top shape. Scoring will be by the rounds system. A supplementary point system also will be used to help break a possible draw ver- ict. The winner of each round 'ill get from 1 to 4 points, the oser none. There are several other good ights on the national program in- Burt Miller over Cliff Round 1 up (21st hole). First round scores in the second flight were: Duly Chaltain over Ralph Semerad 3 and 2, Bill Daley over Don Farreli 4 and 3, Ed McClare over Floyd McDonald 1 up, John Sheary over Charles Passonno by default, George Young over Scott Jackson, by default, William Killough over Harry Johnson by default. Third flight outcomes were: final game of the season to Johns-lRalph Passonno over Bob Walsh Bow In Finale, 64 The Albany Senators lost their Hoad was not in the match after the first set. Rosewall owner of the best backhand in :he game, ripped the lines with lis passing shots, sent trickly iobs into the swirling winds anc caught Hoad flat-footed with stop volleys and drop shots. Frequently Hoad would stop and .shake his head in disbelief at some of Rosewall's returns. "Rosewall broke Hoad in the sixth and eighth games of the second set and three times in the third set, once at love in the eighth game. In the fourth set only two games went to deuce, and Rosewall won two of the games without loss of a point, so perfect was his marksmanship. Backcourt steadiness was Miss Fry's forte against Miss Gibson, who sought to take the offensive by charging the net but who found herself passed cleanly or sent back after high, well-placed lobs. luding a battle of lightweight ontenders at Boston Garden tomorrow night. Larry Boardman, 20, the sensation from Marlborough, Conn., ranked fourth, meets former champion Jimmy Carter, ranked fifth, in a 10- rounder. Ralph Dupas, No. 7 lightweight from New Orleans, faces Al Vargas, Galveston, Tex., in a return ]Q at New Orleans. Vargas' only loss in 32 pro fights was a split decision defeat to Dupas. Ralph (Tiger) Jones, third ranking middleweight from Yon kers, takes'on Wilf Greaves, 20 of Canada and Pittsburgh, in a tele vision 10-rounder on NBC a Washington's new · Capital Are town, 6-4, yesterday before 1,117 fans in Hawkins Stadium. The loss dropped them to sixth place, a half-game behind Allentown. Johnstown reliefer, Ben Wilber, a righthander, checked an Albany rally in the ninth. He came on with two on and none out. Catcher Nick Testa got the first man out when he picked off Clint Clinton at second. Wilber walked Stan Willis, a pinchhit- ter, and then got Dick McCarthy and Jerry Green Jo ground out. JOHNSTOU'N ab r h Bie'r2b Mau'r 3b Conde ss leit'n rf Hol'-d Ib Br'ler If Zanni If Testa c Smith cf Sh'ley p V'ber p Total? 4 1 3 JCC'y 4 2 1 Green s s 5 1 2 H'cek 3b -1 1 2 D'kis I b 1 0 0 Irons c 2 0 1 Clint'n r f 2 0 0 Fldlerlf 3 1 1 I/vine 2 b 3 0 0 B'ner p 4 0 0 aT'sco p 0 0 0 R'son p bZ'man A'nes'e p cW'lis (iR'chda ALBASY ab r h cf 4 0 2 4 0 0 3 1 1 4 1 1 4 2. 2 4 0 3 4 0 1 4 0 1 1 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 4 11 Champteen will Savings Bond. W. Crowther and J. Liotta had low net of 134 to win the member-guest golf tournament at Van Schaick Country Club yesterday. In second place were Mike Miranda and Dr. Hugo Isabella with 136. Third were Bill Foley and Jack Roach, also with 136. Other scores were: Dr. O'Brien and Harry Kirker with 140, Bill Lee and E. Bannon 140, Chuck Boland and John Jupin Jr. 140. Dr. P. Burke and W. Zandri 140. Pepi Vergont and Lefty Sorcl 143, Pat Murfino and Primo Carboni 143, M. Valentini ad L. Romagnoli 143, John Bilinski and Al Serian 144, Jim Mara and G Sabatini 145, Ken Gregory and Jack Kelly 145. Lee Bass and B. Garofola 146. C. Fitzpatrick and J. Douglas 146. Low gross went to Gil Daigneault, who fired a 71, and low individual net went to Rev. A. J. Rcilly with 66. Longest drive award went to R. Peters of Normanside, who had 275 yards, and the closest to the be awarded a P" 1 on t n e n i ntil n °te went to Armand Sorel. 24 inches. British champions and a whole batch of the kind of players who can win sectional titles and maybe knock off one of the favorites in any 18-hole match. The first of today's 72 first round matches sends Ward Wettlaufer, the Hamilton College player who won the Tarn O'Shan- ter World Amateur tournament this summer, against Robert J. of Brielle, N.J., who got in is an alternate. Plays begins at 8 a.m. Miss Gibson, obviously jittery, made errors on simple shots which she should have put away for winners. Her notoriously weak backhand, furiously attacked by Miss Fry, erred.frequently, and she was erratic at the net, Friday at 10 p.m. Tonight's television tilt on Du mont at_10jnatches a pair of free- swinging middleweights, England's John .L. Sullivan and Washington's Willie Troy. Ramon Fuentes, seventh ranking welter from Los Angeles, meets Chico Vejar, Stamford, Conn., in" a return 10-rounder a t j Stamford, tonight. Fuentes won the first time. Virgil Akins, fourth-ranking welter from St. Louis, takes on Charlie Sawyer, Los Angeles, in a 10 at Hollywood Saturday night. The week's program includes: Tonight. At Tijuana, Mexico, Hardy (Bazooka) Smallwood, Brooklyn, vs Gasper Ortega, Tijuana, middles, 10; at Holyoke, Mass., Andre Tessier, Springfield, Mass., vs Sammy Walker, Springfield, middles, 10; at Toronto, Joe Miceli, New York, vs Arthur Kings, Toronto, weltersi 10; and George Chuvalo, Toronto, 32 6 10 Totals a--Grounded for Banner in 5th. b--Fanned for Robinson in 7th. c--Walked for Albanese in 9th. d--Ran for Willis in 9th. Johnstown 000 120 210--6 Albany 000 000 130--i E--Holland. Daskalakis?. RBI--Brugler. Conde. Melton 2, Irons 3, Bierer. Daskalakis. 2B--Conde, Melton, Clinton, Daskalakis. HR--Irons 2. SB--Holland. S--Smith. DP--Green. Lavine and Daskalakis: Brier, Conde and Holland; Shiplay. Conde and Holland. BB--Benner 6. Robinson 1, Shipley 2, Albanese 2, Wilber 1. SO--Benner 3, Robinson 1, Shiplev 6. Albiinese ]. H--Benner 5 in 5, Robinson 3 in 2: Albanese 2 In 2. R-ER--Benner 3-2, Robinson 2-2. Shipley 4-4. Albanese 1-1. W--Shipley (S-19). iJ--Benner (O-lj. 3 and 2, Jack McNulty over Nolan Curry by default, Paul Schneider over Dan Cunning 1 up (19th hole), William Flint over Joe Rapp 4 and 3, Dave Houston over Tom Oviatt 2 and 1, William Lewis Jr. over Jack DeLee 3 and 1. Mrs. Douglas C a l h o u n won the women's club championship, whose matches were staged during the week, by defeating Mrs. C. W. Kelsey, 3 and 2, in the final after progressing with a 3 and 2 success over Mrs. John Brelsford and a 4 and 3 conquest of Mrs. Joseph Burke. Mrs. Kelsey had eliminated Mrs. Dwight Marvin, 7 and 5, and then won by default over Mrs. William Killough. Mrs. Henry Sidford took tht prize in the second flight with a 4 and 3 victory over Mrs. Arthur Collins in the final."* Mrs. Nolan Curry defeated Miss N a n c y Guenther, 3 and 1, to top the third flight. Belmoiit Entries ·· « · ' J - -- -- ' -- " - » O ^ * ^ - ' * * * . * " " . A W 1 . l . \ ^ i . \ J - l _ l ^ \ J » i s ^ penonty over |vs Joe Evans, Cleveland, heavies, most women players. Miss Fry announced afterwards that she would quit tennis for the year and return to St. Petersburg. "My nerves are shot," Shirley said. Rosewall later teamed with Mrs. Margaret DuPont of Wilmington, Del., to beat "Hoad' and Darlene Hard of Montebello, Calif., for the mixed double crown, 9-7, 6-1. 8. Thursday. At Los Angeles, Young Jack Johnson, Los Angeles, vs Ben Wise, Oakland, heavies, 10; at Philadelphia, Frank Anselm, Philadelphia, vs Otis Woodward, New York, middles, 8, and Gene Toran, Philadelphia, vs Jimmy McMillan, Fort Dix, N. J., lights, 8. Clear and Fast. 1st--J3.500, elm.. 3-yr-oIds and up. I'.J miles. Mission Road 110. xlVorrv Manana. 106. Big Woods 120. Bub Scout 114. Pilot Jet 113. Battalion 110, Jing Jing 110, xNoble Sir 111. Ardan Lark 114, Sealed Book 114. 2nd--$3.500. dm.,, maidens, 2-yr.-olds, 6 f. Agha Alibhal 115. Timley Bull 113, aScotch Royal US. Smilestone US, Mau- Mau IIS. Expedition US. Casual Friend US. Trius 118. Alaksar 119. xCabchon 113. Shrewie IIS. Walk And Talk 118. xGinger Brown 113. aRefrigerique US. Argold IIS. Fine Dick 118. Fortune's Fool IIS; Magic Wand US. Relator US, Warriors Stand US. a--Bartell-Mesler entry. 3rd--$3,600. Hurdles.' Allowance?. 3-yr.- olds and up. about li miles. Medal Man 135. Ratty 149, Mycroft 130. Thrust 143. xxxSpt. Vlnce 133, Independence 139. Breakers Ahead 143. Bold Remark 130. xMr. United 14S. Corn Husker 135. Crucial 139, xxRebel Girl 131. 4th--53.700, elm.. 3-yr.-olds and up. 6 f. Stumpie 120. Paula's Tex 120, Will Be Do:;e 110. Lady Atom 116. Bill Cane 119. First Glance 119. xJet Set 105. Wise- mar 113. Native Son U6. Circus Parade 120. Patuxcnt 113. Yarr. 123, Night Bell 119. Adjusted 113. 5th--$4.000. Allowances. 3-yr.-olds and up. 1 1-16 miles. Glen Alden lit, Amblin- frorix ill. Omrack 122. 111. aDa-A-n Fleet t i l . N Gordon 117. Stipend 122, Whatito'idyou 114. Manihiki 30S. a--Whitney entry. 6th--S4,500. Allowances, 3-yr-old.i and up. 7 f. A Noors Image 109. xMan's Fancy 107, Classic 'Music 109, Sint One Schenectady Wins EL Championship Albany (AP) -- The Class A Eastern league closed its season yesterday with the Schenectady Blue Jays as champions and the runnerup Binghamton Triplets 3 l h. games behind. · Schenectady clinched the pennant Saturday night against Williamsport, 4-2 and 7,-6, and ended the season with 84 victories and 54 losses. The Reading Indians finished third, 4 : /z games off the pace, nad AHentown's, R e d b i r d s 1 were fourth, 13% games back. The playoffs open tomorrow night with Reading at Binghamton and Allentown at Schenectady. After a second game Wednesday night, play shifts to the rivals' parks in the best three-of- five semifinals. If either bracket goes to a fifth game, it is shifted back to the starting park. Saturday's Sports News In Brief tejsa 116. Fullb'.ast UP. Sassy Sprite 114. Bound Fast 10S. Finncy's Folly 112. aWasscrmatter 113, Regal Manner i2*. Referendum 119. Also eligible: Watch Pot 115. Omnhfl Fair 111. R. B. Run 113, a James Beauty 114. a -- Pambianchi and Anderson «n,ry- 5th -- *900 fl · 3 vrs. £ up. about 1 3-16 m.' (The Stor.kbridgel. Holrork 112. Bobs Ace 113. Lady AKjuost no. Weyburr, 112. Wait Up 113. Lx-fi's W a y llo". Uuatrcfoil 110. TMvmttg 1M. Also p i i n i h l e : King Taos US, Taburlna 10 Kock 'n Rye 115. Bu?.zarrts Bay lift. Uh-- SPOft. elm., 3 yr.". £ up. nbom 1', m. Doubleton 120. Suspenders 117. Counselor Eli I2i. Velvet Touch It", Black Rue 112, Tiper Flame 117. Tight Boots U'9. My Shoemaker 11". Also eligible: Option 115, Gallant Beav, .12. Results of yesterday's preliminaries: First heat -- Boy Sousie over Hacker and Webb. Second heat -- Jack Purdy, Poestenkill over Searing and George Gowie, Defreestville. Third heat-- non- Ford-- Won by George Forfa, Hoosatonic, Mass. First consolation -- Vern Bentley of Poesten- ill over Lew Martin of Water- lord and Shriner. Second consolation--Dick Mills of Averill Park over Ed Boomhower; Oak Hill, and Fred Hoffarth, Averill Park. International League Fred Murray former club president, was master of ceremonies and presented the awards. By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS BASEBALL National Lrafroe. St. Loiiis 6. Cincinnati 4 Chicago 2. Milwaukee 1 Pittsburgh 5. Philadelphia Brooklyn 4. New York 3 AmcrlcAn Leagur. Boston 6. Baltimore 1 Detroit 2. Kansas City 1 Cnicaco 4. Cleveland 2 New York 16. Washington 2 Pacific Coast L*ajrnr. Vancouver 13, Los Angeles 1 Hollywood S, San Dicpo 4 Sacramento ,"i. San Francisco 3 Portland 2. Seattle 1 ; 3 ) International LCSKUC. Buffalo 3. Montreal 2 Toronto 6. Rochester ,1 f U ) roiiimbus 6. Richmond 5 Miami 2, Havana 0 American A»?n. Indianapolis 3, Charleston 1 Omaha 2. St. Paul 0 Louisville 4. Wichita n (13) Denver 13. Minneapolis 7 E A stem League. Johnstown 8. ABA.NY 0 Schenectady 4-7. Williarr.jport 2-6 (2nd Same. U) Tennis Forest Hills -- Hamilton Richardson of Westfield, Is. J., 23- year-old Rhodes scholar and member of the U. S. Davis Cup team, was given the Johnston Award for sportsmanship and service to the game of tennis. Horse Racing Cleveland--Willie Hartack rode Salem, N. H--James H. Carr's favored Double Choice romped to an easy five-length victory over E. S. Voss Jr. ? s Go a Bit "in the So,000 Rye Purse at Rockingham Park. Atlantic City _ Keystone Stable's Piecesofcight, a bargain claim for 57,500, upset calculations to win the 530,175 Board-! 113. bRose Clatr 113. Black Main xEsca Lass 10S. bGrecian Lure Grand Graphen 119. Noors Dream 119. Famine Busier 113. Equableu 122, aPalace Dancer 109. Princess Kisa 113. a--Bell-Phipps entry. b--Compana Stable-Zauderer entry. 7th--The Astarlta, 515,000 Slakes. 2-yr.-oIds 6 f. ManiU; aLucky Mistake 116. Kapichan Alansian 122. aTourbillonte Ufi. Face Sets Record As Pirate Pitcher Philadelphia CAP)-- Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Elroy Face set a new club record for appearances aGunner Bov - , . 120. John m one season when he was used in both games of yesterday's doubleheader with the Philadelphia Phillies, which the teams split. The latter appearance marked the 61st time this year the right- hander has been used in a Pirates Ball game. Bob Friend, who started the second game, also tied a club mark in making his 38th 113. 116. Blue Jay 119. Fair View 112. Defilade 116. Jet's Charm 122. a.--Stephens-Chrysler er.'.ry. Sth--S3.700. elm.. 4-yr-oMs and up. 1 mile. Retamero 111. Gaelic Chief 113. Gay Reaper 110. Is.ander 117. Xiuezzin j 117. x M u f t i 2nd 106. South Florida 114. 1 Dudley Darbury 113. xRoaring Bui; 106,1 Fife And Drum U.i. \ x--5: xx--7; xxx--10 Lbs. AAC. a d d e d . }J2'jstart of the campaign. Miss I v_rit.v c i a u u »r l i l i u nctl IdUJv l U U c " ..... «.«.^ ^ u u . i i i y j j u a i u - -y» 7 * favored Bardstown, Calumet v;alk Handicap for his sixth vic-IUoiCtWig Farm 4-year-old, to a % length tory of the year. j . ~ victory over Blue Sparkler in the $46.650 Buckeye Handicap at Ran- Chicago -- E. Gay Drake's! Dogoon ran a brilliant race dall Park. The winning time of i nip favored Sir Tribal by a nose 1:47 1-5 broke the track record set and take the $29,850 'Chicago Pacific Coast League San Francisco S, Vancouver 6 (called 8th, rain). Hollywood 6-12, Los Angeles Yesterday's Results. RochevSter 10, Toronto 9 inn.) Montreal 5, Buffalo 2. Richmond 5, Columbus 2. Havana 1, Miami 0. Final Standings. W. I, Pet. (13 Cold Weather Curtails Races At State Line Cold weather--under 40 degrees--forced curtailment of t h e State Line stock car races last night after the first two heats were off. Rain checks were issued for next Sunday, when the fall Northern New York cham- battered Prof. Roy Shire, boxer- pionship will be staged. Thirty-four cars were entered l t h c rin £ to win a TKO in 4-3. Seattle 7, game, rain). Portland 2 ( 2 n d Toronto Rochester Miami Montreal Richmond Havana Columbus Buffalo 86 83 80 80 74 72 69 64 66 67 71 72 79 82 84 87 .556 .553 .530 .562 .484 .458 ,451 .424 G.B. 12H 15 17V 2 Syracuse 0 (caHfri 6. rain) Allentown 5-1. BinghanVion 2-2 NFL EXHIBITIONS Chicaco Bears 21. Pitt-^urRh 10 %Vashincton 17. Green Bay 10 New York 21. San Francisco 14. Boxing. Ogden, Utah -- Light heavyweight Champion Archie Moore in last night's field. The first three drivers home in the heats were Jerry King of Rutland, Ernie Martin of Schenectady and Earl Madison of Ballston Spa in the first; and Joe Wunderlich of Pete Corey of Cohoes in the second. Thirty-three cars, lined up three abreast at the start, will compete in the 50-lap championship race Sunday. The first heat is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. * wrestler from New York, around of the third round. Moore opened a two-inch gash over Shire's right eye and blood flowed all over Moore, Shire and Shire's blond hair. The referee stopped the fight Hollywood--Charlie Green, 161, Los Angeles, knocked out George Johnson, 157^., Trenton, N. J., in 37 seconds of the 10th round at Legion Stadium. Canadian Big Fonr Hamilton 21, Ottawa 0. ,' Toronto 5i, Montreal 28. by Resilient in the 1954 Buckeye Handicap at 1:48. Paper Tiger was third. Fair Hill, Md. -- Cherwell, 9- year-old gelding owned by W. C. Robinson Jr., of Ligonier, Pa.; pulled out in front three jumps from home to win the Foxcatcher National Cup steeplechase for the second time. Cherwell, winner of the three-mile race over 19 jumps in 1952, duplicated by four engths over Mrs. A. J. Smith- vick's Crag. W. M. Duryea's Amik vas third. New York -- The largest and Handicap at Hawthorne. Del Mar, Calif. -- Favored Prince Kahled sped six furlongs in track record time to finish first in the $59,100 Del Mar Futurity, only to be disqualified and placed third. Runnersup Swirling Abbey was declared the winner by the track stewards, who placed the third horse, Mr. Sam S., in the second spot. Johnny Longden, who keeps adding to his world riding record, was aboard the first four winners on the program to run his record Hi-Arch Tavern Joe Caulfield 202-543, John Pakatar 529, Don Caswell 20*-j 528, Fred Compo 525. Dot Alpha Classic. Heron 196--505. POST TIME 2:15 SEPT. 10 TO 15 Inc. 1FIMONT OF THf T .* ·. . - rt _ .._ _ _. Ualdo 193--oQo. Leona 169--481, Rebecca Terry 175-476. Kay Cavosie 180--470, Susan Forcucci 170--462. Fran Forcucci 187--454, Mary Etta DeMento 178--453. Bowl-0-Torium Mixed. Charlie Bothwell 211--609. Pal 0' Mine. Joe Acierno 545, Jerry Ascicr- no 539. Tlllia T n k c Rf «* 66 o\it of Troy until it jolni i with Route 20--follow Route 20 for j irvrn m U r n and then take Route 22 to Grern River--chanpi; t« Rnntr 71 :·!» Into Grwit Rarrlnctnn. Mas*. NIGHT HARNESS RACING POST TIMS 8:15 ?M. RACEWAY - - _ , , *,..,_ iai^toi. a n u i i - A 0 0 1 smallest states of the union haul-1 ' ed off the spoils at Belmont Park when Woodley Lane Farm's Reneged led most of the way to capture the 87th running of the famed Jerome Handicap. Reneged, owned by Joe Strauss and Lafayette Ward of San Antonio, Tex., and Steven B. Wilson of Providence, R. I., skipped home by four lengths to beat Howell E: Jackson's Tick Tock in the ·one mile event which is the na tion's third oldest stakes raoe. Auto Racing Syracuse -- Tony Bettenhausen, veteran driver from Tinley Park, 111., rocketed home for a record-shattering time triumph in the 100-mile big car race before 10,000 at the State fairgrounds. Bettenhausen, who won in 1953 and in 1951, took the lead on the 19th lap from the early pacemaker. Johnny Thompson of Boyerton, Pa., who was third. Jimmy Bryan finished second. 4 ALLEYS OPEN (FOR LEAGUE BOWLING) FRIDAY NIGHT (9:00 P. M. SHIFT) CAMP'S BOWLING ALLEYS ADams 8-9746

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