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THE TROY RECORD, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 19S7 Revitalized Penn Upends Cornell, 14-6 Philadelphia (AP)--A pair o! sophomores," Fred Duelling »nd Jack Hanlon, picked holes in the Cornell line yesterday to give Penn's reborn Quakers a 14-6 Ivy League football victory in the 64th meeting of these traditional rivals. Duelling, a 5-foot-lO halfback from Valparaiso, Ind., helped put the frosting on Penn's cake by biting off short yardage in drive that was wrapped up by quarterback Frank Reipl's eight-yard scoring run. Relpl then booted the second of his two extra points. . Hanlon went the final four yards of Penn's third period 38-yard drive for the first score of the game. · , · Bob McAniff gave Cornell its only score with a 2-yard run on a play alter time actually had run out. Cornell was allowed one more play because of a pass i n t e r f e r e n c e penalty against Penn. McAniff the.n took it over. Quarterback Tom Skypeck missed the try tor tlie Texas Outkicks AM To Post 9-7 Reversal College Station, Texas (AP)--Superb kicking by Texas quarterbacks Bobby Lackey and Walter Fondren beat Texas AM 9-7 yesterday in a tense renewal of an ancient game that knocked the Ag- gies out of the Southwest Conference race. A great quick-kick by Fondren set Texas up for a touchdown and a 28-yard field goal by Lackey was 'the clincher as the Longhorns, arising from football's scrap heap, slashed into second place in the conference race. Texas can win the title if Rice, which leads by half a game, should lose to Baylor tomorrow. Texas, using a trap play that baffled the Aggies most of the afternoon, outplayed AM thoroughly and richly deserved the Secret Weapons Due In Army-Navy Clash victory although AM furnished the great star of the game--the mighty John Crow--who did everything except beat Texas by Annapolis. Md. (AP)--The cold war preceding the Army-Navy himself. 'football game tomorrow in Philadelphia revolved yesterday around A crowd of 42,000 rocked and!secret weapons. It started when Coach Earl Blaik of Army was quoted that it wouldn't surprise him if Navy sprung a double wing attack. swayed with the gripping struggle--the sixty-fourth in the old- eft football rivalry in the south-1 "He's, just guessing," was the first reaction of Coach Eddie Erdelatz of .Navy. Later, however, the Navy coach indicated the remark had him concerned. ''We can run out whole attack from the double wing," he admitted with a frown, "f wonder what made Blaik mention lhat." Navy- all season has lined up with one halfback out wide on every play. Simply moving out the other would make it 'the west--and saw the Aggies able to pierce the Texas 30-yard line only once--then through the individual efforts of the great Crow, who figured in a 57-yard | pass play that set up the Aggie touchdown. The Longhorns scored in the first period as the lanky Lackey, who made all the Texas points, pounded over from the 1-foot line. Then in the third period, Lackey stepped back, and with his buddy, Fondren, holding, planted the ball between the goal posts from the AM 28-yard stripe. Texas, which' won only one Same all last season but has risen to the top .this year under the fiery coaching of Darrell Royal, can'tie for the title if Rice should be tied by Baylor. In that event, Texas would go to the Cotton Bowl. If Hice wins the game, however, it is in^the Cotton Bowl, ~ ' ~" Texas has become" a hot choice for .the Sugar Bowl. Texas AtM, once No. 1 in the nation and No. 4 entering yesterday's game, would have losl by i bigger margin had i l _ n o t been for Crow, who three times prevented Texas touchdowns with his pass defense and was the top ground-gainer of Ihe game. Texas is unranked in the nation's football polls. Texas 6 0 3 0--B Texas A M 0 0 0 7--7 Texas scoring -- Touchdown: Lackey. (1 foot, plunge). Field goal: Lackey (28). Texas AM scoring--Touchdown: Crow (1, plunge). Conversion: Taylor. Slim Crowd . Amour WinAtN.Y. - New York (AP) --Frank C, Rand Jr.'s St. Amour 2nd closed vilh' a tremendous rush in the ilretch to win Ihe first running if the $22,450 Pilgrim Handicap jefore a disappointing Thanksgiving Pay crowd of 20,919 at Jamaica Race Track yesterday. The riding star of the after- icon was Ismael Valenzuela, who capped the eight-race program by winning his fourth race aboard Casual Friend ($15.80). He also won the second with Your Re- jards ($13.60), the fourth with Whirling Billie ($12:40) and the ilxth with Roscoe Maney ($5). St. Amour 2nd, 4-year-old son of Palestine-Lady Dushka, last in Ihe early running, started to move from the three furlong extra point. It' was a push and pull battle most of the way with' little hanging in the balance but the economic future of Penn's head Coach Steve Sebo and Cornell's Lefty James. , For Penn, the win, third in a row after six straight losses, was the first over Cornell in their annual Turkey Day game since 1952, and probably meant .that Sebo will have another chance, to put his multiple offense in practice here. Cornell just % couldn't get rolling until the final minutes on this cold, gray day with a crowd of 19,860 almost lost in the reaches of Penn's Franklin Field. Its backlleld threats, Tom Brogan and McAnift were bot- tled up most of the afternoon, while Skypeck was unable to connect on passes with the slippery ball. Penn 0 0 7 7--14. Cornell -0 0 0 6 -- 6 C o r n e l l scoring -- Touchdowns: McAnifl' (2, run). Penn scoring--Touchdowns: llanton (4, run), Reipl (8, run). Conversions: Riepl 2, NO SOAP--Max McGee (85) of the Green Bay p'ackers misses this end zone pass fired by -Bart Starr in the first quarter yesterday in Detroit against the Lions. Carl Karilavitz covers him. The Lions won, 18-6. (Story on next page.) (UP Telephoto) . 3 Area Quints Open Seasons Two area scholastic basketball i Keveny, of Cohoes, is a mem- St. Joseph's of Scheneclady, St. ' ' . . . . - . . . /-.rtli.wlk.1 n f . Cfhorio/'tam, X T teams begin their seasons tonight ber of' the Diocesan League this while, a third local quint starts I year. Previously ^he^ school _be- operafions tomorrow night. Tonight's program sends Me- cbanicville to Draper (at Rotter- pole, and then made charge from the top big the TeamToiiiglit IiiSclienectady stretch on the extreme outside lo up by a neck over B M Stable's Bunny Babe. Another half-length back came W. Arnold Hanger's Whitley, who look show money by -IVfe lengths over Mrs. Arthur While's Haslcgo', Ihe early paccselter along with Ed- -ard Seinfeld's Decimal. The latter two wilted in the stretch. St. Amour 2nd earned a net purse of S15.200 for Hand, Albuquerque, N. M., sportsman. With jockey Eddie Arcaro in the irons, the gray speedster stepped the six furlongs in the good time of 1:11 3-5. It was the first time in New York racing history thai they had a Turkey Day program and it was expected that a much bigger crowd would atlend. St. Amour 2nd, a slight favorite over Clearwatcr Stables lJ7 » ' A midget tag team match will feature the wrestling card t°-jp 0 rtcrsville, paid S6.80, S3.70 anc night at the CIO Auditorium,, $2.80 Bunny's Babe paid ?4A( Erie Boulevard, in Schenectady.iand 53.30 and Whitley was $4.00 Lord Little Brook and Cowboy; to sho *; Bradley will team up to meet j Fuzzy Cupid and Tom Thumb in' the best two of three falls with a j ftttfCS PllTSC 45-minute time limit. The midgets sacrifice nothing because of their size, but rather are among the most popular per- lormcrs in wrestling today. The semi-final will bring to-, gether Yukon Eric, the Alaskan lumberjack, and the Mighty Ursus, a newcomer to this section. Eric tips the scales at 270] while Ursus weighs more thani 300 pounds. ' Dick'Bycr. former football star ·at Syracuse, and Bob Leiplcr of Buffalo will open the show with a 30-mmute bout at 8:30 p.m. Richmond Upsets William Mary Richmond, Va. (AD -- Halfback Mickey Marinkov for the second time in a row broke away on a long-distance scoring run that gave Richmond's fired-up Spiders ^a 12-7 upset Southern Conference football .victory over William and Mary's Indians. The speedy 170-pound junior from Lebanon, Pa., raced 71 yards with an Indian kick in tne third period for the touchdown that enabled Richmond to withstand a desperation 98-yard WM march in the final quarter. Richmond's first touchdown in the second period came on a 1C- yard pass from quarterback Jim Hoffman to end bf.w St. Clair tlttr a poor I n d i a n , p u n t and 19-yard return by Richmond fullback Huddy Davis had put llje spiders in,.posllion.. On Thanksgiving Pawlucket, R. I. (AD--With Jorge Contrei'as riding to his second consecutive victory, George Christi's Laurel Wreath yesterday won the feature Thanksgiving Day Purse at Narragansctt Park before 14,517. The 3-year-old Ardan filly distance back i lengths over the favorite, M. 0. Kaplan's Colonel Pat. Laurel Wreath paid $7, S3 and S2.60. In the 6-furlong sprinl for 3-year-olds. The entry of Colonel double wing. . The wlng^or flankefTaltbacki "creates-a lot more.problems for the defense," explained Coach Erdelalz as the reason for changing this season from last year's usual T lineup. It opens up the way for more ·everses than the light T forma- ion. Two wingbacks would con- :eivably double the defensive problems, but whether Blaik had anticipated Erdelatz in that .nought will have to await con- iirnialiqn tomorrow. "You have to be prepared-tor everything in this game anyway," vas all Erdelatz would say. He pulled a wing atlack for (he 'irst time against Army in 1951 and Navy romped to a 42-7 .vie- ,ory. He has been fooling around with mixlures of the T and wing on and off during his seven years as head coach. For the" four seasons before this one, though, the cttack was on variations of the straight and split T. l One noticeable characteristic his year in addition lo the wide spread halfback has been the quickness with which Navy ball carriers hit the line. The idling around behind the line of scrimmage characteristic of the,split T has been eliminated. Quarterback Tom Forrcstal hands off promptly to the other backs to ·each the holes faster. The Middies held their last practice session in the mud and rain, and afterwards broke tradition when they failed to dunk Erdelatz and his assistants in the swimming pool. Later, at a pep rally in the field house, messages of encouragement were read from Navy ships and stations throughout the world. Cs/t. Slade Cutter, Navy's militanl athletic director, told the 3,800 M i d d i e s and 700 civilians to build up a "hate for Army, if only for this week. You have to hate them to do to them what we're going to do lo Ihem on Saturday," Cutter said. Erdelatz said he was t h a n k f u l for a team which had made this a happy year and promised the Brigade of Midshipmen, "You're gong to have a very merry dam) in a Western Class B iioaged to one of the smaller Catholic circuits, which this season are combined into the Associated Parochial League. "While-., the Docesan League gains one member, it loses another, St." Mary's of Amsterdam, now in the Associated Parochial along with St. Mary's ck Falls, St. Mary's- of St. Joseph's of Albany, League match and pairs Keveny Columba of Schenectady,' St. John's of Rensselaer and St. Patrick's of Catskill. Tiuikht Mechanicvlile at Draper--W6. Johnstown at Saratoga--WE. Gloversville at Scotia--WB. Keveny. at St. Mary'K i H u d i . St. Joseph's (Alb) al Cardinal Hc- Sauperties at Hudson. XoU Terrace at Little Fall!. Tomorrow Waiervliet at Mechanicville. Guilderland at Bethjehem. Glens Falls at Amsterdam. Broadalhin at St., Mary's lAmst). WB--Western Class B. Mitchell Signs Pact With Kansas Lawrence, Kan! (AD -- Jack Mitchell, an unsuccessful appii' cant {or the job four years ago, yesterday was named football coach at the University of Kan sas with the highest salary in the school's history. Mitchell will leave the Univer lily of Arkansas for his native late at 515,000 a. year for five ears. Chuck Mather, who qui was making LOCAL STARTER--Chuck Tyrell, former LaSalle eager, will be in the starling lineup tonight when Hudson Valley Tech opens its basketball season against Sir George Williams of Montreal..The game will be played in School 5. I, Vaughn., Jones Standings j J came from some and scored by 1 Pat and Mrs. H, G. Diction, favored by Schneider's the crowd. paid S2.60 and 52.20. Colonel Pat a length ahead o! Peter Petite Wave who paid finished Fuller's S3.20 to show. The time for the six furlonas was 1:11 2/5. A'/ff, . Montreal 2, Chicago 0.' ; Detroit 3, Toronto 3 (tie).. ' .Button l' New York 0. Utah's Aerials Trim State, 21-6 Salt Lake City (AP) -- Utah's well-publicized aerial attack played co-star yesterday to ground maneuvers as the Redskins Bounded over three touchdowns in the third period, snatched a 21-6 victory from the Utah Stale Christmas." Adm. Hafry ; W. Hill (Ret.), a former Academy superintendent, presented team Capt. !\'cd Oldham the football used in Navy's TV York Iii NFL lightweights Paolo Johnny 13usso who 14-2 victory over Army in 1950|Cight postponed for when the Middies were 20-point ' "" underdogs. He said he hoped the ball would inspire the team "to lick the hell out of Army." "We will give the ball back to you on Sunday, sir, with another victory over Army," Oldham told him. The only sign in the field house read: "This- is it." The Middies run around Municipal Stadium this afternon and then rest for the game in which a victory would be rewarded by a trip to. the Cotton Bowl. New York (AP)--Willie Vaughn and Ralph (Tiger) Jonc, a couple- of willing middleweight on the fringe of the ranking lop ten, clash in a Madion Square Garden 10-roundcr tonight that should provide a lot of action. The aggressive 160-poundcrs sub in the television feature for Rosi and had their the fourth time, this time it was the infection of Busso's lefl eye that knocked out the match of ranking lightweights. ', Vaughn* of Los Angeles, and! Jones of Yonkcrs, aren't heading! for any tillc fights but t h a t shouldn't deter them from taking healthy pokes at each other. Vaughn is 7-5 favorite. Between the two, they have fought practically all of the lead ing middleweights. Win or lose VMI Scores Over Virginia Tech Roanokc, Va. (AP) -- Bobby Jordan of Radford, Va., playing against Virginia Tech for the first time since his freshman year, yesterday led Virginia Military Institute lo a 14-6 victory, the Southern Conference cham- Aggies and collected the Skyline pionship and. the Kcydcl's first Conference crown. Neither squad could fully halt the 'others nationally ranked passer and Redskin quarterback Lee Grosscup set a new national passing percentage record. Firing aerials Grosscup nectcd eight, times in 13 con- tries and Utah's 71 yards through the air. That gave him a 68.6 percentage for the 10-game. season. Paul Larson of California set the 64,1 record in 1954. undefeated football season in 37 years, Jordan, who rammed over second and fourth v period Keydct touchdowns and added the extra points, was volctl the. most valu able player on the field by the newsmen covering the "military classic of the south." After the game the Virginia Military. sfinad 'voted to. turn down bids to play 111 the Tan Igerine and Sun Bowls. Cleveland New York Pittsburgh Phlla-iflphiA Chicago Card* San Francisco Ms A n s r e l f S Chicago Bears Green Bay EASTERN- CO.NFERE.VCK W i, T Pel. Fts. .874 197 " - - 7 2 0 . 1 4 0 .500 101 3 6 0 .333 1 3 2 2 fi 1 .2.10 ISo 2 fi 0 .250 J f i t N CO.Vr-EFlK.NCE 6 3 0 -.667 2 3 S fi t 0 .600 S 1 0 .556 ·( 5 0 .111 t 0 3 7 0 111 2in, 21 21 20 ·- , isn 211 173 Dciroit'lS, Green Bay 6. Sunday Chfcago OftFds at Cleveland- lss Angeles at B a l i l m n r e . Pittsburpl) at Philadelphia. San Francisco at New Yftrk. Washington at Chicago Bear; Dedicate Likely To Race Again., Trainer Says New York (AP)--Mrs. Jai 'IBurke's handicap champion, Dedi 'made" most" pi' them close ! catc . m W relurn to racin S lhi I hey and entertaining. Miami Of Ohio Tops Cincinnati Cincinnati (AP)--Miami University of Ohio blew a 14-point lead in the last half yesterday but then put together.a 61-yard scoring drive in the final quarter for a 20-14 victory over the University of Cincinnati in their Ira dilronal Thanksgiving Day fool- ball game. Dave Thclcn, who scored I wo of Miami's iouchdowns, got the winning marker on a three-yard plunge after he and Hal Williams had done most of Ihe ball-carrying, from iho Cincinnati 39-yard line.. The victory was Miami's fourth straight over UC and It was the Redskins' 30th triumph in a series ,,that begun back in 1888. Cincinnati has, won .2(1 times and there have been six tics, winter instead of being retiret .0 stud, Trainer Carey Winfrey said hi ilanned to confer with Eddie Surke, husband of the horse' owner, concerning plans lor Dedi cate. Winfrey said the foot in jury which apparently had endei Dedicale's .racing career ha healed and the horse appears I be fit for facing. ' Dedicate, who. beat Bold Itulc and Gallant Man, in the Eiden or, was withdrawn from a schec ulcd meeting, with Bold Kuler Gallant Man, and Hound .Table i the Trenton Handicap because o a bruised right front fool. The Burkes and Winfrey the decided to ship him to Kentucky Yesterday Winfrey said if Burk agrees -Dedicate may be shippe to Florida and will resume train ing to race al Mlalcah. NBA Remits New York 1)7, Boston 80. Philadelphij 102, Syracuse 9 OOPS--Bobby Gordon, Texas Aggie halfback, fumbles Ihe ball following a 13-yard" punt relurn against Texas yesterday in .College Station during the first quarter of Ihe game won by tli* Sleers, 9-7. Wes Wyman tackles him, while twin brother Will (75) rushes in. (UP Telephoto) Brown Pounds Colgate, 33-7 Providence, R. I. (AP)-Brown contained Colgate's-'vaunted aerial attack and romped to a '33-7 victory yesterday as quarterback Frank Finney tossed for two louchdoivns and raced 95 yardi with a pass interception in their traditional Thanksgiving Day football windup. . Finney, a slick field general from Royal Oak, Mich., pitched scoring passes to Jon -Jensen and Marty Moran and pulled off th« game's most spectacular play with his great run late in the second period. he Kansas 11,000. . , No one was surprised when hancellor Franklin D. Murphy n'nounced the appointment.'Mit- lell was rumored as Mather's iplacement before the one-time igl. school coaching whiz threw n the towel. It' wasn't the money that lured litchell to KU. He was making 15,000 at Arkansas and his con- ract .had (line years to "My wife, Jeanne, and I were orn in Kansas, raised in Kansas, nd plan to live our lives in Kanas," Mitchell said in a statement, 'he Mitchells are natives of Ar- .ansas City, His Arkansas teams have won .7, lost 12 and tied one in the 55-'57 seasons. Their 1957 record s 64. ' The 19-year-old junior, who hadn't thrown a touchdown pass this season, warmed" up after a season with a 54 record. It was Colgate's sixth loss in nine games. Brown bottled, up Colgate's gassing attack led by quarter' back Ray Harding and big end Al Jamison. The alert Bruins intercepted three aerials in the first half while taking a'20-0 lead in the regionally televised clash. A 30-yard runback of a punt by Dick Belarid to the Colgate 30 set up the . first Brown touchdown. On the third play, sophomore Nick Pannes waited cooly although charged, and lofted a high pass to Dick Judkins in the end zone. Finney intercepted a Harding pass on the 30 and returned it 26 yards to the Colgate four to set up the second touchdown, On the third play, after a line smash attempt 'lost two yards. Fianey tossed to Jensen, who hobbled the ball and then grabbed it while.falling in the end zone. ; Colgate^ partially Hocked Brown punt late in the secono period and gained possession ot the ball on the Bruins' 32. Thi Red Haiders moved; to the eight and Harding pitched to Bob Nastanovich across the goal, hut olgate's backfield was in motion. Harding attempted a n o t h e r ass but Finey snared it while acing Searching Again Wins allorcttc Cohoes High '5' Demostrates^ \t Cage Clinic The third session of the Bask etball Clinic conducted by the t'MCA was successfully held last Saturday as Bob Gullie of Co iocs Higo School and his first five, demonstrated the art of shooting. Gullie presented a help 'ul and very interesting lesson )n the methods of {hooting covering 'ayups, and the various 'orms of set-shooting. The', shots hemselves were demonstrated by .he first five team, namely Rich ard Heroux, Stephen Walsh Richard Carpenter, John Gorsky and Jim render. They then as sisted the boys as they enjoyed .ndividual participation. Tomorrow, 'Dom Denio 01 LaSalle Institute, will be at the ·Y" to lie in all the skills thus learned under the topic, "All Around Playmaking." Al! boys who have registered, ave urset :o attend this session of the Clin c, as Dcnio will sum up all the skills, relating them 'to each other. The YMCA will soon organizing a Pccwce League to be conducted during the Christ mas holiday, open to the boy who participated in this Clinic. Dark Sjmr Drowns In Thames DnriiiftRac Windsor, England (AP)--Dar' Spur, a 5-ycar-oM steeplechaser drowned yesterday in the Rive Thames in the middle of a race bark Spur, a gelding, fell a the fourth obstacle of « hurdle race, lost his jockey, ran off th course and fell Into the nearby Thames. "He had no chance of scramb ling out," said trainer Vlc'Smytl "I onjy Hope he did not suiter. arted straight upfield, cut to his eft near the sideline and outdis- anccd Colgate players the rest f the way. Pan! Choquette, a hard hitting ophomore fullback, ended a 76- art! march with the second half ickort by bucking into the end one from one yard out. Finney's 'assing, running and ball hanging featured the advance. Colgate 0 0 7 0 -- 7 Brown -6 14, 7 6 -- 33 Colgate scoring -- Touchdowns: amison (9, pass from Gray). Jonversion: D'Eramo. Brown scoring -- Touchdowns: udkins (31, pass, from Pannes); 'ensen (66, pass frr»i Finney); ? inncy (95, pass interception); Choquette (1, plunge); Morau 3, pass from Finney). Conver- iionsi-Moran 3. Baltimore (AP) -- Running even better than.in winning th« same stake two years ago, Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs' Searching scored as third choice in the $15,000- added Gallorelte Stakes at Pirn- lico yesterday. Under Dave Erb, Searching ran the mile, and one-eighth in 1:51 1-5, or 2 2 - 5 seconds faster than in 1955 when she won at 40 cents on the Conn McCrcary. ' dollar under. Yesterday th« New' York-owned 5-year-old paid an 58.60 win mutuel in this test for fillies and mares. 'Apparently having orders to set the pace, Erb used much of Searcliing's speed getting- · tht lead in the clubhouse turn.. But he saved enough of the speed held by the daughter of War Admiral to stave off challenges'bj several rivals on the final turns. She drew away in the stretch and won by two lengths. Harold H. Folk's Mile. Dian'ne took second, a neck in front o£ C. V. WhitneyVSnow White, who i r iney snareo 11 wnne ^- *· " '""'^j -· w.,u,, ,,.,.,,,, ,,.. w forward at his 5. He. had-thc same short margin over . . . ,- , , _ . . . _ , . , - Mnu,nt1 F .TapL-cnn'c V a c r i Howell E. Jackson's Nasrina. William F. Helis Jr.'s Light 'N Lovely, the 5-to-2 favorite, was fifth, just a nose farther back. Searching paid $8.60, So and $3, Mile. Dianne S5 and $2.80 and Snow White $3.20. Atkinson Rides Third Brother In Special « Hobsou Quits Health Post For Publication Job New Haven, Conn. (AP)--Dr. Howard A. I-lobson has resigned as athletic consultant w i t h he American Assn. for.Health, 'hysical Education and Recrca- .ion at Washington, D. C. He will become director of sports pub- ications for Ronald Press in New York City, on Jan. 1.' Hobson made the announce, ncnt in a statement telephoned icre from Washington, He had iccn Yale's basketball coach for nine years until he left for Wash- nglon In. April 1956. Prior to hat, Hobson cbachcd ba'sketball at University of. Oregon, from vhcre he was graduated. His work in Washington was closely related to President Eisenhower's fitness of American youth movement. I Hobson's 1939 Oregon team won the first NCAA basketball title and in 1950, his Yale squad captured Ivy League honors for the first time in 16 years.' College Football Brown 33, ColRsie 7. P*nn n, Corntll ft. Tftxnn fl. Texan AM 7. Utah 21, U t a h Slat* A. , r*nv*r H. WyomliiK 13. ' Chflttiinoosfl 7. Memphis StM* 0, L*nolr Rhvn* 7fi, Caiawbn ft, Vlrclnlfl M i l i t a r y I t , V i r g i n i a Tech f t , itlchmnnd 12, W l l l l n r n nnrt M-iry 1. VlTRtn'r R t M * (0. Morgan 11. M l n m t (Ohio! 2 f , . C i n c i n n a t i H. A r k A n c a x AM 0, Southern ( A r k ) Slntt «, Mi'Mie TtnnfMCf State 22, Tenrum* Ti-cti 0, TVnntme AM 3*, K e n t u c k y fits!* 0, DlllJird H, Xnvler f l , « , ) ll A i u l i n Pft*y 23. Kort Cnmphrll (Kyi 0, Ft. VAlley fUitr. 10, Albany $tal« ( f l u ) 7. Wylis II. T6xm ooiifRo an, N**'Mrry 13. Preabylfrlan 0. ·A'lubunm (Hutu M, Tn»Vft((i* 7, ' Bdtvl, AiYfttM, fftlfr. 3). HurnboMl fil.it* 27. ifl, Baltimore (AP) -- Jockey Ted Atkinson, three-time winner of the $50,000 Pimlico Special in previous" years, will ride C. T. Chencry's Third -- -Brother in the 21st running of this invitation only event at Pimlico tomorrow, Third Brother will he facing E. Gay Drake's Swoon's Son with Dave Erb aboard; Mrs. E. D. Jacob's Promised tand under Willie Hartack, and Howell E. Jackson's Tick Tock, ridden by Willie Boland hi the mile and three-sixteenths of the Special. This will he Ihti seventh tim* the Pinilico Special field has consisted of four horses. \A"t\f ft C M f k HAMLn-nimraoa Hi-Way Recreation Will Reopen Dsc. 2nd with New A.M.F. Automatic Pinipotten. League) wonted for Sot. and Sun. Evenings, also any afternoon or midnight. For Bowling at It) Best Coll after Dec. 2. AS 2-9911. ENJOr... 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