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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 33

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Saturday At the Roces Better Bee in Upset Victory, Round Table 3d CHICAGO — (i'P) — Round wheeling again at the start. Table, turf's richest money- Village Idiot, in turn, was a winner, placed third as Better head before Windfields Farm's Bee charged to a one length Canadian ace, Grey Monarch, victory in the $56,500 Equi- pnoj, highweighted at 114. poise Mile In Arlington Park Saturday. Round Table, the 4-5 favorite ridden by Willie Shoemaker, never made a bid on a slow track in his first start since capturing the July 4 Stars and Stripes handicap in Washington Park. William S. Miller's Better Bee, five-year-old dark bay, finished a length ahead of Belleau Chief, who in turn was four lengths ahead of Round Table, struggling under a 132- pound impost. Better Bee, ridden by John Choquette, was clocked in 1:37 flat as he returned his owner, a member of the Illinois Racing Board, the winner's purse of $33,450. Round Table, who won $7,500 Saturday, pushing his all- time winnings to $1,460,139, spotted Better Bee 17 pounds and Belleau Chief 22 pounds. He simply was unable to get untracked in the 10 horse field, running sixth early in the race, nudging up to fifth midway in the turn for home and gradually working up to third down the stretch. Better Bee, paid $18.20, $8 and $4.20 to backers in a crowd of 25,483. Belleau Chief's place price was $12 and $5.20. Round Table returned $2.80 to show. Better Bee, who won the Laurance Armour Memorial July 18 in Arlington, scored his sixth victory this year and the 16th of his career under a heady ride by Choquette. Better Bee raced third down the back stretch, overtook the early pace-setter Benedicto coming out of the final turn and held off Belleau Chief's bid near the wire. SKY CLIPPER COPS SAPLING AT 35-1 including a pound overweight, covered the run in deep footing of the new track in 1:53, slowest Whitney at nine furlongs. He paid $15.10, $5.20 and $3.40, while earning $37,165. Plion, in his start here early in the week, placed third to Amber Diver and Ambehaving, both of which were among the also rans in the field of 10 Saturday. In all, the brown four-year-old son of Greek Ship has won 3 of 14 starts this year and $84,510. Last year, he took 5 of 23 and $65,432. When the break came Plion was quickest away. He went along steadily and willingly with Ambed Diver close behind. He carried Amber Diver out, however, on the turn, then drifted in for the home stretch and just lasted to outstay Amerigo. THE CRACK NIPS PACK AT THE WIRE SALEM, N. H. —(/P)—Just two lengths separated eight horses at the finish of the $7,500 Pelham Handicap Saturday at Rockingham Park as Bayard Tuckerman Jr.'s The Crack won his first race of the year before 17,182. Under a hustling ride by jockey Norman Mercier, the the five-year-old son of Pavot was a head in front of Battle Neck after six-furlongs. One Question finished only another nose away in third place while Coloneast, coupled with the winner just missed the show award by a neck. Then came ICharlie Boy, Eamohe, Motor Line and Cuvier Boy. Mercier broke The Crack fast from the three-quarter mile chute and he was closely pur- RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Autwit 9, 1959 ' »e«, V, Pigi « PARIS —m— Truman Gibson Saturday cnilfd finnncijii arrangements for the .lunc 26 Johansson - Patloisoii h o a v y- weight championship fi^lil "a comedy of errors and a inotui- mcnt of confusion." Ciihsqn i.s president of Hox- ill}.', Kntoiprise.s, iiu'. His firm had nothing to do with promotion of the figlit. hul suits against Johansson lor alleged failure to honor a contract to OCEANPORT, N .J. — (JP) _'sued by Charlie Boy, One Ques Sky Clipper, a chestnut son of Coloneast. the great Citation, surged up The quartet was only in- along the rail in the final stride ches apart as the field banked Saturday and won the $139,- into the far turn and then with 670 Sapling Stakes at Monmouth Park by a head over Bally Ache. Monmouth's richest race was a whistling thriller as the long shot Sky Clipper won in his first stakes race appearance. Big Biz finished third in the 6 furlong event for two- year-olds, a length behind Bally Ache. Steady rains turned the track sloppy, and the gray skies made it difficult to see only a quarter of a mile to go, the rest of the field took up the chase and it was a cavalry charge through the last eighth of a mile. --.ImiriiHl- riiMi s I'luito --.imii iiiu- I linr rmmi BEAUMONT EXHIBIT —John Osenga, left, of Racine shows his sons, Robert, center, and John a bat used by Clarence (Ginger) Beaumont, one-time major leagvio star who is best remembered as being the first man to bat in the world series as we know it today. Hat hag is part of the Beaumont display being shown at Racine County lair by the County Historical Society. Beauqiont, who played on three successive National League flag winning teams and compiled a 12-year major league batting average of belter than ..'U)0, was a native of Rochester. Exhibit and rest of fair ends tonight. More Strife in SquQw Valley, This Time over TV Question Gibson Calls Fight Finances Comical meetings were strictly of a friendly nature, he in.sisted. Johansson was in town to sec Roscnsohn about the money he has coming from the Patterson fight. Ingemar said in Gotehorg, Sweden, he still hasn't seen a nickel of it and furthermore that he wants an innnodiate accounting of the income from theater television and film riglils for the bout. Gibson said his examination still have a suit against Johansson. He said he had smilingly suggested to Johansson that a fight with Machen later might be one way to get the suits stopped, lie said Johansson only shrugged hi.s shoulders and made no reply. Gibson said that Johan.sson had indicated to him that he was fully determined to fulfill his contract for the return bout with Patterson, and was not thinking about any previous fight. He added that Solomons, meet Eddie M«chen gave him of the contract showed that a look at the contracts for thej.Iohansson had agreed to put iipj ,,m,,. ,u. i.um-u uiai .-^oiomons, title bout. The contracts weroja guarantee of $11)0,1)00 to back.vvho had a long dinner talk filed with the court in connec-lhis promise for the return bout j witli Johansson, did not pro• • 'with Patterson. This money,pose any fight in London to was set aside; from Ingemar's (he .Swede. • I • " 1 X .• I'lirsc from llu; .lime 2(5 fight. cihson said Solomons had Johansson u\ a chanc6 meelmg ' , , , , , , -^"'lonions oau here He also saw l.dwin Ahl Gdison said he had heard told him that it would be im- niiisl Johansson's adviser l.on """^'"1^ '"^'''''''^^ Johansson!possible to stage a moncy-mak- Uon promoter Jack Sol .Muons forfeit the money..ing heavyweight bout in Lon- and Bill Rosensohn ^ h o ^•"""'"'••'''' ^"''•'*""> '^'""' before spring, when an headed the promotional crew Micy^'d it wi .s lngemnr's:„utdoor location would be for the June 2(i bout in which wUhjavailable, Ingemar lifted the title. Coincidence? the return bout. If he should decide to forfeit le guarantee, however, the Gibson insists that it was all promoters would have no fur- coincidental, anil that he had J ther recourse, Gilison declared, come here only to visit his lie said there would l)e no daughter, a summer art student jliasis for asking further dam- in I'Yance. He declared tiiatages or an injunction to stop l)is sidewalk encounter with'any fiiliire bouts. A reliable New York source said that I'rank Kricson, gen-' erally known as king of the bookmakers, has been subpoenaed by the grand jury investigating the bout and would appear before it on Monday in New York. Johansson lasted just a few minutes, and that no real husi Shrugs off Machen Ciibson mentioned that the ness was di.scu.ssed. The otlierlt hicago Stadium and Machen Report from the Minors l{altiii<; NEW YORK — iJP) —Peace- rights to the 1960 ful, pictureque Squaw Valley games in Rome, is the center of another controversy. Ever since t h e northern California resort area was selected as site for the 1960|contract, pulled out of the TV Winter Olympics, plans for the games have been beset with enough red tape to run a ski lift up 8,200-foot Squaw Peak. *This time is is a question of television. On May 19, the American Broadcasting System announced if had acquired exclusive rights to the Squaw Valley games. Thomas Moore, an ABC vice president, said: summcr'which has invested nearly $8 jmillion in preparation for the And that's when the troubleigames, will be consulted be- started. jfore any legal action is ''''^c'l ,c«acon ABC, contending that it had against ABC by the committee,' " first crack at the summer TV by virtue of the Squaw Valley Booters Host Chicago Team Racine Soccer Club will host the Fichte Rams, one of the top teams in Chicago, in an ex- AB R H 2b :»b IIR RBI Ave. hibition doubleheadcr Sunday KEN KNUTSON (Kenosha), infielder, Alphine, Texas (Red ufternoon at 2Ist and Blaine. Sox). Sophomore League, Class D. Reserves will clash at I p.m. Week 22 I ;» 0 0 0 2 j;,6 ""^ ^'je reguUms at .3. Season 2fi2 44 fij> 15 2 0 34 .263 '^'"^^'"^ ""'c«nls plan to try DICK PHILLIPS (Racine), infivldvr. Sacramento (ilravcs). Pacific Coast League, Class AAA. Week 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 Season 21« 31 (id 12 I fl 38 .244 CARL WAGNER (Burlington), catcher, nirmingham (Tigers), Southern Association, Class AA, Week 30 2 8 0 I entries. Last year Alan Rartholcmy, then technical director of the The Crack was between "T^ ' e c a s t in g of the 1960 horses and Mercier pushed and Olympics is one of the whinnpH fMrin.iciu nntii v,ic greatcst challenges ever under- whipped furiously until his mount got up in the very last stride. Battle Neck was forced to go around horses on the last turn and his bid fell short in the last stride. After running the distance - ---j /\iier runnmg me oisiance the 11 horses as they spun jn i:io 1/5, The Crack paid around the Monmouth oval. $7.80, $3.80. $2.60. Battle Neck But jockey Bill Harmatz paid $4.80 and $3.00 and One found his way with a dark Question $2.80. horse who charged out of the murk to pay $70.60, $23.40 and KING ARA WINS $14.20 — the longest priced JQLLA MILE winner of the race which has been run 25 times. Plion, who ^ „^r„. , V ;,° won the 1957 Sapling and Am won the $16,075 La Jolla copped the Whitney Stakes Mile for three-year-olds byi C #««-***><J».. -A. . . . i...^ 1 1 If ^1 M .I Saturday at Saratoga, paid $17.20 for $2 two years ago. The closing day crowd of 41,275 — largest of the 50- day meeting — macle the Kennedy-Veale Stable's Vital Force the 2-1 favorite on the board, but the best he could do under the urging of Bill Hartack was sixth place. Bally Ache, with Sammy Boulmetis up, was second choice at 3 to I. Sky Clipper showed the heart of his famed daddy, the 1948 triple crown champ. The son of Citation -L egendra inched past Bally Ache, and netted the first prize of $82,617. Bally Ache paid $5.20 and $4, and Big Biz $15.40 to show. The time was 1:11 2/5, compared with the stakes record of 1:10 3/5 set by Needles in 1955 and equalled last year by Watch Your Step, also a son of Citation. PLION OUTLASTS FAVORED AMERIGO SARTOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — (/P) — Setting his own pace and holding on grimly, Edward Potter Jr's home-bred Plion Saturday captured the 32d running of the $58,100 Whit ney before 20,268. At the end of the mile and a furlong, Plion strained home just a head before Mrs. Tilyou Christopher's English -bred Amerigo, the even money fav orite. Alfred Gwynne Vander DEL MAR, Calif.—King Hale said. No Court Stranger arrangements for Squaw' If "t comes off, it won't he Valley. i^'i® fu'^t time Squaw Valley has The Squaw Valley groupl'^t'en in the courts. There were then began negotiations with 'onp: 'i-'f^'''' hassles over land another network for Olympic condemnation for the Squaw winter TV. Valley site. And Congress had Under -the Olympic .setup, <o P^^^ special laws to ea.sc the international committee,'mmif^ration for foreign athlete permits the host national committees to deal for TV and other profit-making rights. Thci - feeling is that the host country|Squaw Valley games, quit in be given every opportunity to!Protest against the organizing defray the expenses of the committee, games. And the committee also came . . „ ^ under heavy fire when it dc- Nolhmg m Contract l^j^,^,^, ,,obsledding Therefore, ABC's contention as part of the competition. To- that it should have had the in- bogganing got the nod instead side track on the summerlwhen the committee said the games is puzzling. 'small number of entries did not .1 ,1 Hale said, "it is true I agreed justify building a bobsled run. The agreement was between! . „, .'^ . .. , the network and the oreani/-^^^'P "-^ "^^^""^^^ recent international ine neiworK ana tne organi/. ^ the summer oivmoic controversv over the games, but there was nolhingiquestion of Nationalist CMiinese in the contract about it." |athletos being barred from Hale said ABC notified the O 1 y m p i c competition also greatest challeng taken by television. ABC-TV's plans call for the most elaborate coverage of a sports event ever attempted." ABC Pulled Out ing committee of the Squaw Valley games, represented by its president. Prentice C. Hale. Shortly after the ABC announcement, the C o 1 u m b i a'"'"^''"'^''"^ committee of its:touched Stiuaw Valley. Con 'decision not to televise on July gressmen in Washington advo Broadcasting System announced acquisition of the TV two and one-half lengths Sat -i urday at Del Mar while the highly favored Gainsworth ran out of the monfey. . It was the fourth straight victory for the Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Crosby colt. Time was 1:35 2/5. Chevalate was second and Mr. Eiffel third. King Ara, high-weighted with Gainsworth at 117 pounds, paid $8.60, $4.20 and $3.40. Chevalate returned $4.60 and $3.80 and Mr. Eiffel $6.80. Jockey Billy Pierce took King Ara nicely from the number one post position and, hugging the rail, held on gamely in front to the wire. Gains- worth, English-bred son of the great Hyperion, made the race a thrilling duel with King Ara along the back stretch and heading into the run for the wire. But in the stretch, Gains- worth, with jockey Johnny Longden applying the whip, couldn't match the stout running of the winner. Chevalate made a strong challenge in the stretch, but Pierce went to his whip and King Ara pulled away smartly. Others in the race, in order of finish, were 1 Step, The Biscuit and Gay Weekend. Negro League Stages All-Star Game Today CHICAGO—(/P)— The Negro — — v.- American League will hold its hilt's temperamental Village 27th annual all-star baseball Idiot was a fast closing third, game in Comiskey Park today two lengths behind, after before an expected 15,000. Bobby Brue Will Defend Open Crown GREEN BAY — (/PI — Four' former champions, including Bobby Brue of Milwaukee, thei defending title holder, will; compete in the 39th annual Wisconsin Open Golf tourna-^ ment that begins on Green Bay's public Brown County Course Monday. Brue, who won the state amateur title at Racine last week, won the Open title a year ago at Milwaukee's North HilLs when he put on a double birdie finish to nose out Tom Veech, Milwaukee professional. Veech is not entered this year. The other former title holders who will compete are Jim and Billy Milward and Manuel de la Torre. Jim Milward, pro at North Hills, will try for his fifth Open title. He won in 1938 and 19.39 and again in 1946 arid 1947. De la Torre, Milwaukee, current state pro champion, will seek his fourth open championship. He won titles in 1952, 1953 and 1956. Bill Milward, pro at Green Bay-Oneida, won the title in 1951 at Madison Blackhawk. The field includes 66 amateurs and 33 professionals. The tournament is a 72 hole medal play event that winds iThursday. 1. Since then, Hale said, the Seated cutting off $3'/^ million organizing committee has been in federal aid if the Red Chi- trying "to repair the damage." inese athletes competed instead The State of California, of the Nationalists. up Sav^es You Money Because It Is LIFETIME GUARANTEED Not to Blow Out 21 54 ritrliiiiir I 0 I 4 18 ,267 .257 - • " •••J out several new players in the games. Manager Willi Besmanoff and some five players were lost at the close of the spring season which saw Racine take the Wisconsin State Soccer League championship. G W L IP R H BB SO BOB IIARTMAN (Kenosha), Louisville (Braves), American Association, Class AAA. 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