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THE TROY RECORD, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1»S7 Ailing Yanks Hearten Braves Fans BIG TARGETS--A couple of guys named Del, Mr. Crandell, left, and Mr. Rice, show the big mitts they will be offering as targets for their mound smen when they squat behind the Yankee batters during the upcoming '57 World Series. The Braves' players constitute Milwaukee's eligible backstoppers for the baseball classic which gets underway at the Yankee Stadium. (UP Telephoto). Shadydale Nuggett At 11-1 Steals Show At Raceway A driving finish by Shadydale Nuggett, an 11-1 shot, beat out the favored Song Hi I.e in a $1,000 overnight trot that overshadowed a win by Lanza Hanover in the ?2,000 Port Jervis Trot last night it Saratoga Raceway. Prior to last night's card, a * ' ~ t r i b u t e was read over the p u b - j lie address system and the crowd stood in two minutes of silence while "The Lord's Prayer" was played in memory of Jim Gorm-j ley, veteran driver who was injured f a t a l l y ' i n an accident in: Thursday night's first, race. TKO's Lane In Seventh Braves Ask Demerit Series OK Milwaukee (AP)--The Milwau kce Braves yesterday made formal application to Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick to subsli lute bonus outfielder John De merit for the injured Billy Bru ton on their World Series roster. The National League champions expect a decision from Frick within a few days. The ap plication probably will be ap- r hom the Braves University XlUWiitU 1 . 1 t»I 1*^1 u» «" lulli i n . - --.-...- --- ---- - ------ ------ ---- _- - | ; . -, , . er Junction and Ernest Bowen of at the Cleveland Arena, then un- Wisconsin campus after his East Corinth, Vt., c.-;nc out ofji c a s h c d a barrage of punches!"TM^ 1 '"" t h r c e - q t i a r - j t h a t scnl the 2 3-year-old Florida °, n f ( L' U U U * tO " (oi-Vini/-il 5TM*""' fourth going to Ihc u tcrs, raced three wide around tnc|{jg|,( Cr rec |j n g ( 0 a technical final turn and beat the pacesct-!j !noc | tout at 2: 25 of the seventh ting Song Hi Le to the wire by| r o u n d. a length in 2:061/5. He p a i d ) Giardello, from Brooklyn, S24. Spud's Nephew, the t r o t t e r j wc j g h cd j 61 to Lane's 159. whose racing future was in doubt! Entering the fight a 9-5 fav- when he pulled up in a r a c C i 0 r j t ( , t he fifth-ranted middle- July 9 hemorrhaging from t h . e i w(! jg),t contender had s.ime dif- throat, finished third. U was his jj c u ity getting in under Lane's a PP c He collected five hits in 29 al bats for an average of only .172 and was credited with one run batted in. first loss in his last four starts. A strong finish marked t h e longer reach in the early rounds. But in the seventh Joey appeal-victory by Lanza Hanover i n ; c d willing to risk wading in and the Port Jervis. The 4-year-old s u. vc d there for the kill, mare, owned and driven by Dr. n c hurt Lane with a left to the R. L. Bean of Rome, came out! s tr;mach early in the round and of t h i r d going to the three-quar-j followed up with a hard right to tcrs. raced three wide around t h c j t f . . f s c e. Moving in, Joey draped f i n a l t u r n and brushed home in!j j 2 n e on the ropes with a smash- 2:07 to beat Mediator by three-! j n g [ e [t ( 0 the jaw. quarters of a length. A s t r o n g ; After t h a t Lane was an open favorite, Lanza Hanover p a i d : target, but he stayed up to ab- J2.80. 1st--Trot, mil*. ISM. R u n n y m e d e Ha'.horn ( R o l d e - i GUI KdEe Girl (P.olnfy) The Moor ( B r o m l e y ) Time-- 2:05 2-5. Al»o u. Ann'! Wsy. Jf Fprincwoo-i. !nd--Pace. mile. Sinn Corporal OlrX vHunr., l HratUn Fir,?o (Kit!!*) sorb a barrage of lefts and rights {before Referee Tony LaBranche ;·) «.3i i M! waved Giardello off. j.sni There were no knockdowns, !I?p" M *sS'O i and the early rounds were so islow that the small crowd of 1,- Boston (AP)--New York Yan Casey Stengel said has made no % re quest to make pitcher Sal Maglie eligible for the World Series and that the entire matter is up to the baseball commissioner. "Any stories you may - have read about me applying for eligibility for Maglie is pure hearsay," Stengel said. "It's all up to the commissioner to decide \\hen we meet Monday and haven't requested anything." Stengel did ask the question: "If the Braves were going to make this request for subslitu ijon why did they put Bruton on list the first S3 ' 526 CUl their eligible place?" Though he made no comment on it, there was some speculation '^"jjamong New York players that at joiiv c*«!!» ( A i i » n J.»"i --...... = -- --- cna ° l Mondav's meeting the Yankees TimT-2;"»' 1-5. *»' «»"ni- D« »: the sixth. That round was Lanes · 6 M l i',"p.«oy K w" m ' C "" i ' *"' i b e s l and the only one in which n.iij nimbi, ii-it P»M «i«n.:n. | ( ne judges and referee rated him 3rd--Tro'., mt'.t. The -P-^tt Jervl*. -^-^g^ edge. r.l LSI 2-n 3.7.1 WO. l-*nz3 H a n o v e r Mfillalfir fRoirtc I H p r r l n p t o n ' Ml?* New Ross ISchrr Jarrettown Dale (Larr Time--2:07 4-5. A!s no««cron. Hlch slirra. S.UP · _ ,, T -.-, - K»V;;bO-Lap Feature Club. [ I 3 W 3 K 1 1 Set Tomorrow At Pine Bowl 2 .'.0 5.10 . n n r i f i -- M i c h t v Djvid Scat. P"l "5'lV-froT"mil!; JSiKI. 1 ' '"·' l a P S °' R u m b i r (Stone! 4.BO 3 WI 2 . 4 0 K.rn.l Be_»n Bro ro !e, ; ) 4.20 2.50 , t , r .,,,_.sto|gram at Pine ction will high- slock car racing pro- Speedway to- might request a substitute foi the injured Bill Skowron. ROJJF. Oato Hanover, Junlo IT.* Kllroy. «th~Pa^e. mile. 1600. Penny dromm 4.f Troy Booters Top Heally, 5-1 A r n o Rcihs hooted home both field coals as Troy High's soccer team disposed of Heally, 5-1, yesterday in their Tri-County League game at Troy High. Kurt Maschewski scored on a penalty kick for the winners morrow at 2:45 p.m. The card, Kyhile Bill Brannigan converted a 3.!0 Bee Liner, BrookHlc. Mighty Sam. lor'i Tash. Gray Flannel. 7th--Trot._ mile, ti.OOO. Spud'i Nephew (Bromley) ' Time--2:0fi 1-.1. Airo ?tarte-l -Kose C., Secret Love, nrafron Sth--Pace, mile. 5SOO. Kartlr pick ( R o i H e r l 22.00 5.00 D,.^,-, j[ a! (Faucher) 7.90 3. HI '-· (MorrllU 2..0 2-5. Al.«o staneil--pome Chance. Bonnie Flnco, Duke of Frl.'co. X- Jsckenbtld, Flagman, x-- Finl.ThCfl 6th. placed 7th for lapped on break. 91h--Pace. mile. 1600. Grattan Hall ( P e a f l e l 47.50 1.1.20 i.SO Cedar Heifhti. (Moore) 5.00 3.90 Good Boy (Blai.«dell) 12. (0 Time--2:10. AlfiO * t a r t p d -- M I M Lyndon. AXIee Hall. Oilman Hanover, Floyd Gratlan. Shecaopace. Altendance--2,3.11. Hjlnille--$^16,102. High School Toojibull Colonie 37, Walervfiel 0. 300 j so'which also will feature two 10-lap! penalty shot for Heatly. * ;M 'jSJ heats, two 15-lap semis and a 15-| Heatl S' ° a I sam E f Ma- lap consy, may well be the finale! of the season. | in so 5.50 " K°°d weather continues the 0--1 Complete, But Slow, Recovery Is Wish Milwaukee (API-Bill. Skow- -roii's doubtful status and the increasing .suspicion that Mickey Mantle won't be fully recovered from his,leg injury have nurtured hope .in many a .Milwaukee heart that the Braves will knock the haughty Neyt York Yankees off their lofty perch in the World Series. Not that the Braves' frenzied followers have any real doubts about their favorites healing Casey Stengel's perennial American League champions. At least not since Henry Aaron hit that dramatic l l t h inning home run to 'win 'the pennant for the Braves and re- store the failh of all Mil- waukccans. Even the most die-hard rooters, however, can't make themselves believe it will be easy. Despite a cocky attitude, so'me open boasting and the hundreds of slogans and signs post- eel on the lamp posts of the main streets-of, Milwaukee depicting what sort of fate was in store for the Yankees, the real fans here arc not fooling themselves. They know the Yankees will be tough indeed, · maybe loo tough. So the news that the Yankees' continue to be hurting has been well received here, Mantle's physical condition is one of the chief topics of conversation in the taverns and hotel lobbies. Nearly everyone has asked at one time or another in the last few days, "how's Mantle's leg? Not g^'od, I hope." The people, sort of guiltily, quickly add that they have nothing against the great Yankee slugger, they wish him well--but not until after the World Series. They remember, too, that the only time the Yankees Jost a World Scries since 1942 was directly due to the u n a v a i l a b i l i t y of Mantle for the entire set. That was in 1955 when, with Mantle hpb- Burg-LSI, Cohoes-Columbia Grid Off eringsToday In City By PERRY WOOD Two high school football games will be contested within seven blocks of each other this alt, when the schedule lists Lansingburg vs. LaSalle at the former's Knickerbacker gr d r n blc« by leg injuries that kept him out of several games, and limited his production in the others, the Yankees bowed to the Brooklyn Dodgers in seven games. Mihvaukccans have read that Stengel has professed concern over the condition of Mantle and Skowron, who did not .accompany the team to Boston. Skowron, hampered by a sore back, may miss the entire, series. His absence means t h a t first base will be shared by two leftkanded hitters, Joe Collins and Harry Simpson. This is regarded as a breik for the Braves, who are counting upon Warren Spahn, their southpaw ace, to pitch in it least two, or perhaps even thret of the games. W i t h Skowron out and Mantle ailing the Braves feel they have a great edge over the Yankees in the power department. With three games to go, they have hit 197 hbmt runs, more than any Yankeii teanl, or any American Leagu* team for that matter, has hit in any given year. They point with pride to their Murderers' Row of Henry Aaron, 44 homeri, Eddie Mathewsj 32 ai'd Wei Covinglon 21. Four others- Joe Adcock, Del Crandall, Johnny Logan and Red Schoendlemt are in.double figures. ernobn (Seventh avenue and 108th street) and Cohoes v, Columbia at Notre Dame Field (Si nd 115th). The starting time :ach case is 1:30. .Troy and Mechanicville travel ibout ninety and seventy miles to meet Newburg Free Academy and Mohawk Central. Experience and a slitter open- HEAD-CONTROLLER--With medication and the aid of this gadget called a head-controller, Spud's Nephew, seven-year-old trotter, has made strong comeback after suffering a throat hemorrhage July 9. Going into a race at Saratoga Raceway last night, he had won five out of eight starts since returning to competition Aug. 21. Controller, which Spud wears training and warming up, keeps him from pulling on the bit, an old habit that used to help get his blood riled up. With him is Dr. H. K. Howard, Spa veterinarian and son of Spud's owners, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Howard of Canton. Segura Upsets Gonzales I^ondon (AP)--Pancho Segura . Segura and Gonzales fought for of Ecuador battled his way into the finals of a professional indoor t e n n i s tournament last night by d e f e a t i n g World Champion Pancho Gonzales of Los Angeles, 11-9, 12-10, 6-4. More than 8,000 al Wembley Stadium stood and. cheered the ;tocky South American, who meets Australi's Ken Rosewall in 0--51 the finals today. each point hour match. a marathon 2'/4- But Segura slowly gained mastery for the first time in the five Wembley tournaments in which both 'stars have competed. Rosewall, 22, former Davis Cup player, scored an easy victory over Jack Kramer of Los Angeles, chief of. the troupe, 6-1, 6-3, 6-2. , Albany High 14, Mont Pleasant 12. . Johnstown 27, Amsterdam 6. STATE THEATER MCLUSIVE TROY SHOWING NOW SHOWING Robinson vs. Basilio FICHT PICTURES entrants with the winner getting the lion's share of the purse and !»,/,,.,, , the Promoters' Trophy. Pilots Jt """» t Race Entries, Results such as Link Pellit of Schenectady, Howie Westervelt of Coxsackie. Stan Disbrow of Poughkeepsie, point leader Chuck Irving of N 7 ew Baltimore, Bud Williams of Hudson, Stretch Van Slecnburgh and Merwin Hommel of Saugerties; Kenny Gooder- molc, Jack Sleicher and Csrlton Hughes of Troy, and Joe Messina, Al Ristau, Art Green and Pete Peterson of Albany are expected to be entered. In the non-Ford category, other than Hommel, W i l l i a m s a n d Hughes, popular favorites include Don Van Wie of Cohoes, Ray Til- Icy and Larry Hagadorn of Troy, John Knighton and Ollie Palmer of Albany, Stub South of Cairo and Lee Palmer of New Baltimore. "// toys TW1NSVLA T10N* will help nave up to 307oinftiil costs," Da 13, Persiai i 117. xRain King 110. Indian File C!a 115. Cherokee Chief If.. B«nt.v£0n 11", Flddlin' Son Post Prandial .12. aOpen anrt Shut 11., k y n n k 120. aFir? King US. South Flora 110, Paddy'J Day 115. a--" "smi--Si.'JOO, a I ·'··., 3 yr. old*. 6 f. Sea anp 117. xOne Stroke 109. Tulsan 120, olden CUnriot ]2U. F m l a n d i a i n . Cro " 111, is'ayantara HI, Samo; 2 yr. old.*, . _. Gamesman 113, " Wlrey II. 3rd--51,000. mdns. rince of Paris 111 dfos Buzz UN. Klin?; larks I I S , Surinam IIS, PondichcrL. S Versus US, Detonation US, Did in IIS, Time Called 118, a l n Trade S, aEton Blue l IS, nelaxevoiis 1 IS, infitrlpn I I S , xDuc De Richmond H3. Rockhewn IIS, Trades IIS, Whodunit IS. a--Bell-Iglenart-KinK Hanch ·1th--55,000, alw., 3 yr. olds \. Legal Crisis 111, Jazz A=e 115. «pe 106. Heal Fancy 115, Tungalcno 115, mbcr Diver 118, Made Out 111, Red pin 115. ~'ie Futurity, 5W.OOO added, Courae, 2 yr. olds, 6u t. Alambra 122, Jwter 122, A m h c r Tide 122, raaher 122, Nartlr 122. Misty Flight IM, icagle 122. -Uulcc J22, Piano Jim 122. fith--530 OCO Clas-ilflpri Handler) p. 3 · olds ft up, « f. nuc DC Per 120, Porterhouse 1.10, HaattRO l tfi. Cohoes 2-1, BeSmont Breeze 111, L i t t l e Paclie I I aMister Gus 12S, Hoyal Battle 111, lay Warrior US. 7th--The Woodward SUke«, $100.000 rtded. 3 yr. olils A up. 1 1-4 m. Dcdl- *te 126. Bold Ruler 120, Reneged I2= i n l l a n t Mnn 120. Slh--53.800, cl., * T. nldR * up, 1 m. Mid Point tl«. GypMe'fi Gold 11' OURh conquest 112. Rectlpl 111, Moi ah 113, xTop Value 108, Norlhnin 116, No Return 108. x--S Iba. AAC. Iclmont Results 1flt_Natlvp Port (Shoemaker) 4.2fi. 20, 2.BO; One Wny Out (CrioquetU) n Soeur (Tester) .l.iO. Time--1:2fi 3-5. TUNE IN TODAY YANKEES BOSTON 1:55 P.M. WSNI * M ON vou * SUNDAY, art. 2* YANKS »i. IOSTON--1:SI P.M. .Ballarttin«b«tr . , Connie Stella, f.foe Tucke »n and rstar Studded al^o 2nd--Check Artist (Lova . , . . 3.0.1; Klptopeke (Shoemaker) 5.00. 3.SO; Adolph's Joy (Lcste 9.70. Time-- ________ ____ 1-5. The A x e , f R o m a n Disk, Fuji- m, Dance A w a y . f G r i m Boy. /Darlin ,va, Papa Will Play, Periqiiest. Golden Host. Charlie's Alibi and -Merry Sell aho m. · f-- Field. Dully Dmiljie Cl-, r .) palil «:,-«), 3rd-- .Policeman Day ( M i i r p h y i S.OO, UO. 2.90; Kternal Son (Hatcher) 2.7(1, " " Air School (A!tche«on Jr^t 3.SO. --3:22 3-5. Port Call, Coveted and Lunck Trine also ran. ·Wi-- · Devil's P.lvcr ( Woodhonse) 10.70, 6 10; 3.60; Private Way i R u a n e ) 11.00, 6.10; fDun Bri ( A t k i n s o n ) '2.80. Time-- 1M2..I-S. Liberty. Sir Ale sander Kake, a l m p e r l a l Cadet. f A d m i r a l ' s D'Or, Strat- eplst, cTall Bush, fChnltcrer, n G r a y Score, fCapt. Beau, f W h i p Out, /RiiRby Road. Wild Joker. W a l k i n s Joy. fSpan- sli R h y t h m . fSwapper Stick, f W a y l a y e r , /Mr. J u p i t e r , Low Price, Torquay, Country Cat, eBorn Purple. Ladle anrt Sth--Miss Falslon ( G r a n t ) 12-40. 5.60, 4.SO; A m e r i c a n Gem (Delvecchioj 5.00, 1.60; Brother Beans (.Kratz) 13.20. Time--1:21 3-5. Quarry Slave. Stllbo, ;)nc Comet, LHUe-Jonesy, Alter ECO. cmere Lass. Sunlight Jess, P.eigh Boy. and Vera Calhoun also ran. fith--Bustier's Beam 'Boulmetisl 17.60, 7.40, 2.60: Scullery ( V l n c e n i i 9.20. 3.00; ,vn Derby (Kr.itzi 2.20. Time-1-5. Little Wo!f. Bicky L., Weeper and Walla also ran. 7th--P.equ* i M o n a c e H U IS.fiO. 7 . - ' - ; Hijrh Tune (.Knrtel 7.00. 5.00; KaR Apple (Batchellcrl S.20. Tim* 1:13 2-5. Setula Nickel Pump. rta-Fennan. Wind Drinker, and Well Seasoned also r a n . rtn.--nisquatified, finished first and 8th--Wrights Flipht (Korte) 41.SO, 14.10, S.20; Golden Cape ( M a r t i n ) 6.80. 3.90; Mid passage (Boulmetisi 3.00. Til 1.41 ·f-'. Astrum. Sure Proof, Betty . Mwhip, Gain a Girl, Half Minute, Top New*. Quite Fancy snd Da nee-a- fGay ry Ca Bush , also ran. _._ . -Copalan . Sta!il Stable-Arnslein entry, 5th--Spring Violets (Nelson) 65.10. 20.fio, 11.20; Forward Look (Broiissardi 10.20, 6.40; Brouhaha (Guerln) S.30. rime--1:12 4-5. Darianoor. Easy KUht, Behavior, Tin Tlnprcss, Low Cut. Polar- cy, Adnilrnls Bride, Pollyaire and Cornel " r ine also ran. fith--Wing Jet (Lester) 3.70. 2.SO, 2.60; Harrodsburg (Arcaro* 7.3'i, 5.70; Miocene (Anderson) 16.10. Time -1:25 3-5. Por Favor. Bigfier 'n' Belter, Nasco. Hll The Trail, Little General, Day Court and Wilson al?o ran. 7th-~Thlrd Brothel- (Chonticlte) fi.10, 3.10, 2,fii); alliley ( A t k i n s o n ) 3.20, 2.10; Beam Rider (Bolsnd) 3.10. Time-2;02 2-5. Thinking Cap, Gold Bell 2nd, Gou Ash. LsRldrs, a Monday Mornlnc, Happy New Year anil Hover 2nd also i. A--GM*ntrce Stable, entry. _llh--Zft,-/dos« (Lester 1 ,) S.80, 4.10, 3.30; Apna Allbbai ( A t k i n s o n ) 3.90, 3.«0; ArawH}' (Lovnto) 5.70. Tlme- 1 M I 4-5. rtoyal Haven, Revelntioniii, Alpine \Vhito and Trltis also ran. Atlantic City Results ;ir«r init Fnttl -Floranr. r , \ I n r t i n 8.60. SM, 3,fiO; ....... Zenith (Gram) 7.On, 4.80; Nnncy O'Mnlloy (Morwi) 8.20. T i m e -- l : r 2 2-.V Fleet Alibi, Belly Ann. Plum, Coamlc I*M, Vlncy, Coriam, Sally's Uudy. Bom* m v Bnlc and Inaltie »l«o rnn. 4nd--Orty Step ( M a r t i n ) 17.*fl, 7.20, 4.flO; Ml Model (Batchcller) .^.00, 3.80, Zfl*« (Cnlrnrmfl) \.W. Time--1:12. siin- pinded Star, Sosctte. 8it»l« J-i Senorlta RICA, Fty, Ki Qued, Hienla, I Double and She OoflB *l«o r*n. _ (Miir!fnT!,.«6 1 '30,'3.2f); Rimcti of Gem Klin Frunce 1,11 . , (Kcrnlcolit) .A.0 I ,O,DU, iS.DUi , 5,00. Tlnw-- HUlfnti'ir Joy, Hal Dnn, Belty'8 nt\\e ( TrnmuPtr, Home, Pniject, Punhln, Rlinil Bid find Giillnrixi *llo , 4th.~BI|; BOnil* (CulmOM) M0 t JJ.30. 5. HO I nUtiTirt · (Batchetlerf t.10, 3.4(1; Ctlrt fUhldticl .I.BO; Tlmt--1:24. S-.l. rn*(i Bon, l/ird H#nry, Wonh H, Bit, Arl 1 * fidupi Rlpp^rt, mid VerAR L«i ilia ran. Bit i an. Colonie Overruns Watervliet, 37-0 Colonie Central, rated just so-so in pre-season forecast*, ! *d to its second straight football victory last night, smothering Wo tervliet High, 37-0. Watervliet's loss at Colonie was its second il two starts. While the Colonie line formed a roadblock which permitted the Canonecrs only meager r u n n i n g yardage, the Garnet Raiderj' backs sliced through all night to smother Watervliet's passing *t» tempts. ing-game test are on LaSalle's Rockinghain Results Clftr and F»«t lit--Kunuc (Sh»w 50.20. 23.SO. 13.40: Torey Peak (Johnson), 7.01): nrttmar (Bohtntto) 3.20. Time --1.15. Cable-Slip, Mrs. Beaver, Ron Way, fio- Ing Easy. My Toots, Sky Queen, Hy Canny, Hetlerose and Frolicsome also 2 n d -- A c e p a r u d c fPassmore) fl.SO, 5.00. 3.20: Yor Optician ' R o s e ) fi.40. 3.80; Stont Saucer (Kalirhnl 3.40. Time-1:12 1-5. Johnson T., Carolyn W., Bella. Langholm, Old Shop. Little step iml Pilot xrodel also ran. Hilly Double (4-1) Pllil OlH.m. 3rd--Andy's Hope ( D e r o t n l 7.00. .\00. 3.60: Greek Empress ,(Bohenko) «.2fl. 4.40: Bullsllnger (Conlrcras) 4.2(1. Tl; -- 1:15 1-5. Coolie Boy, Illumlna... Golden Soldier, Molly Clarice. Prelonr, IhUtlriK Star, Liberty Pic, Pretty Bean ind A m n a o n Gal nlao ran. 4th--Saskatchewan ^ ( M c r c i e r ) lfi.60; fi.fio, 4.20: .Incltle Van ( K a l c t m ) 3.80. 3.00; Molly Bell (Ueroln) 6.80. Time-1:13 l-o. Odd Trlrrk. nindyam. I Would Miss Fl Fl and quick Town also ran. Sin--Jllde (Derolnt 11.80. 7.40. 4.40; Purple Lady ( K a l s h n ) 5.20. 3.40: In Lien ( V e n u t j Jr.) 4.80. Time--1:1,1 Count Case, Klismiss, R u t h Wanu, Pa's Duke and Pal Flyway also ran. fith--dh-XIppy Gal (Lefebvrel l.fio. 560, 4.00: dn-Lady's Away (Heroin) 4.80, 4.60, 3.4(1: White Glory (Follon) 5.20. Time---1.14. Mliw MtirlogB. Swllch Off, Miss Jezebel nnd Office Wife 'also ran. dh--Dead Heat tor win. 7lh--Bonanza Kiss (Barrow) d.OO. ft.20, 4.40: Out Out (Mercler) 25.20, 10.00; Lord Jeep (Heroin) 3.20. Time -1:12, a - K a k u * f t nidge, Nohle Try. Oen- «r*l Rlley, Junior c., Amyn Bey and »· Gaidar also ran. A--Hlyck-Prlckett-Dn iiu:, o.i,r, ...TM, Natural Reward ( K r n i t ) 10.60, 41.20; Constant Rebel (Mltchtll) ,V20. Time--1:44 1-5. Rtpoplc, " " " Early lloura, Jay Die J»y and "»V-Mr. ;.U'M (U,-,e) K.40. *,M, 3,«oi lord JK (Smiih) wo, «.»o: Conn- t r y Ooislp (TOn»nt) 4.Ho. Tlml--1.4S. ·hort Sklrti, pttfmvtri*. Cor. Winner, Kammyl,. Wolf Jr. and Merle Claire Alio side as tfie Cadets open defense of their Principal's League championship. The Blue and White, which made a favorable showing in its 19-0 triumph over Nott Terrace last Friday, will again be without the services of vet eran tackle Mai Woodard, who is mending pulled leg ligaments. However, the roster will add a t-ickle in the person of reserve Carl Ricci, a 5-foot-ll, 210-pound senior w h o ' h a d not completed the required 15 days of practice to be eligible for the Terrace game. Another Cadet casualty besides Woodard is tackle Don Boivin, who was stricken with a shoulder dislocation while helping LSI to humble Nott Terrace. Mike O'Brien will be assigned to the offensive tackle chores along with Co-Captain Bill Dillon, and will man the middle of the line on defense while Ricci handles the outside. Weaker Opposition Lansingburg, too, won handily in its first showing by tossing Cohoes, 31-6, last Saturday. Hc'v ever, the Knights had to contend "with far less formidable opposition than did LaSalle. Cohoes, short on number oi seasoned football players, antici pates further d i f f i c u l t y in the form of a Columbia team whose surest asset this early in the campaign is a big, fairly well experienced line. Troy's primary problem as the FJying Horses prepare for their school's first gridiron meeting with Newburg is overcoming any first-game jitters. This is Troy's 1957 inaugural, whife Newburi has already been under fire, in a 13-13 tie with Wappinger Falls last Saturday. Mechanicville Handicapped Mechanicville bears a handicap today in the loss of quarterback Frank (Fox) Fusco, who suffered a shoulder dislocation in last Friday night's 25-7 setback from Colonie. Catholic High and CBA, each of whom has been tested once so far, launch their Diocesan League season tomorrow afternoon (2 o'clock) at ^Hawkins Stadium. The Troy Crusaders made their 1957 entrance by thumping Watervliet, 27-7, while the Albany Brothers arrived via a 33-0 lumping from powerful Kingston High, with its brilliant runner, Hobi? Armstrong. CCHS, trusting in 202-pound fullback Al Shulusky to do its major ball .carrying, will be facing a pair of holdover regular halfbacks in the Brothers' Bob Marshok and Pete Reynolds. Thl» Aflernuon r o , . ,, , Meclunlcville at Mohawk (1:30). Belhlehem at Albany Academy tJ.30). Hudson at Gullderland 11:301. Philip Scbuyler at Draper (£TM». Not! Terrace at New York MA (1:30). Gloversvllle at Saratoca (1:30). stlllwaler at Salem (l:30); s. St Peter's at Ballston Spa (1:JO)--S. C a m b r i d g e ' a t Corinth 11:30)--8. Greenwich at B u r n t Hills ( l ; 3 0 -S Whitehall »t Hudson Falls (1:301-- cSns Fall» at SO'jlh Olens Falls (1:30) ~FoVt Edward at Uranvllle (1:30)-NO. Tomorrow Afternoon Catholic High vs. CBA at K a w k l n i (2:00)--D. D--Dloeesan. EC--Eastern Conference, p--principals. N'fl--Northern conference, fi--Saratoga County. Meanwhile a trio of Colonie backs, Lcroy Leonard, John Baker and Keith Ellis slashed at Vliet's middle, ends and in- between for six touchdowns, all scored on the ground. The hosts scored the first td n this Eastern B meeting when Leonard dug over from six yards out. Baker l\ad set up this play with a ten-yard run to the six. A bad pass from center killed the extra point attempt. Halfback Leonard ran 25 yards to Vliet's 33 mid-way through the second period, to spark the hosts' second scoring m a r c h . Ellis capped the drive with a plunge from five yards away and the kick was blocked. Ellis tallied his second straight touchdown in the third period and Templeton passed to end Jo Cavallero for Colonie's only extra point, bringing the score to 19-0. "olonic's second touchdown in this quarter came on a six-yard plunge by Baker, after Leonard iiad lugged live yards to the six. Another bad pass from center cost the extra point. Sandy Fiacco dented the Vlict line, the necessary two yards for the Raiders' fifth touchdown as the fourth period opened. Again the kick failed. Leonard topped his big night by lugging the ball 35 yards late in this period, being pushed ou' of bounds at the two. Baker finished the scoring with a plunge from there and the kick for point was blocked. Watervliet's earlier loss was to Catholic High. Colonie turned back Mechanicville last week. Summary: COI.OMK en) ENDS: F. Twardy, R. Tward. Lewis, "TACKLES: R. Miller. Wood.. O u l n n , GUARDS' U'ooii, Cinney. Wormuth, Walvrochl. PeHocrasso. CENTERS: TommrN. shoemaker. - B A C K S : " Leonard. Baker. Kill,. Burns, Phillip.., John Andl, II, Templeton. U'ATEHVl.lKT (0) Bailey, Fia Mai Cletek. Shea, Walc( rtz, Wilson. ENDS: Pik TACKLES: rwett. Dani?n. GUARDS: Pepe. Eist r.ENTEP.: Buller, HACKS: Davicnon. U. Kelsey. Van Heusen, B e l l e f o n t e , Nerf, J. Kelsey. Score By Periods 0 o o o-- n fi 6 13 12--37 Scurlnir n i e ' Touchdowns--Leonard (rllnl, F.llls (run). Ellis ( r u n ) . Baker ( r u n ) . Fiacco ( r i m ) , Baker ( r u n ) . Extra point --Cavallaro (pass). Colonie Coli College Football Louisville 40, East Kentucky 4. East Stroudsburg 26, Ithaca 0. The Citadel 13, Geo. Wash. 6. 14. Arcaro Urges Mutuel Clerks To End Strike New York (AP)--Eddit Al^ caro, president of The Jockey'l Guild yesterday urged that part- niutuel employes end their strik* at California tracks becaust "there are many jockeys and horsemen who are facing hardships if the Mutuel Clerks Guild persists in prolonging the strike." He sent a telegram to Dwight Murphy, chairman of the California Horse Racing Board, which has been attempting to sett!* » walkout of mutuel clerks which began Tuesday at Tanforan. "No single segment of racing can seek a disproportionate share of the earnings of racing without damaging the entire racing structure in the United States," Arcaro wrote. "The pari- mutuel employes, already paid very well compared to existing standards throughout the country, have just refused a general increase in salary. There il l point where unreasonable wage demands can kill any businti* and racing is no exception." Raceway Entries 1st-- Trot Clais C. 1 milt, 1800. IUT Davis. No Key, Van Resent, Palaett*. Tennyson Hanover. Red Sprlniitwoot!. Mary' Sprlnpwooti. Guy Flare. AIio *Hgi- b l e " Bcckv LivbrooK. Vnd-pV«. "1 mile. 1500. Winner, of · race at a parl-miUniM m.mmfi in 195? are Ineligible. Danny 0., Bonnie Junior G.. Marie Eden, Ray F., Anne Bev 111 Le, Maflle. AUo iligibl*: LiUle Joe Can, Hal'a Gold. 3rd-- Pace, 1 m!ie. The Green Iiland, J2.UCO. Albert J., Nita Roaecroft. Morton \V Tomhie B., Roxburgh lola, Brook« Abbft. C. r n.ll.. WOO. Jester, Joy Hanover, Fleet Bob. 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