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errf""'" J B Tuesday, October 28, 1952 DETROIT FREE PRESS B&B Women Put Together 2918 Pin Series for City High AS OF TODAY This Coast Hill Tough to Surmount Continued from First Sports Page over Washington' State, Northwestern, Army, San Diego and Oregon State by lopsided scores and then knocked off mighty Cal last week-end. That not only is bad news for the Pacific doast Confer-ence but looks like a dose of bitter medicine for the doughty Big Ten. This already has been a bad year for the Big Ten as far as competition with the Coast is concerned. In seven intersectional games, Coast teams have come off with five victories, including ones over Michigan and Wisconsin who must be considered as good as any Big Ten team at present writing. At a time when Western Conference football power appears to be at its low-tide, the Coast . . , the look of a powerful wave. Hill and his Trojans still must get by UCLA, also a six-game winner and a two-touchdown victor over Wisconsin. They still must play Stanford and Washington. But they definitely are in the California to make their Hill look HOW BIG IS ROSE BOWL? MSC, Like '48 Irish, Puts Holcomb in Middle Continued from First Sports Page wa really had to win to stay In the championship running. My staff hammered away at that point all week. The players responded well. "Dale Samuels, our quarterback, called player meetings on his own and that helped fire the hoys up They really got themselves ready for Illinois." A coach and his staff can pull out all the emotional stops only so often during a season. The "up" pne-week-and-"down"-the next case history of Big Ten teams this season is proof of that. - THUS THE BIO question about Purdue Is whether Its winning momentum can carry it through to another peak performance against Michigan State. Coach Clarence (Biggie) Munn Is in a far more advantageous position than Holcomb. The Spartan schedule through the first half of the season has been one that Munn could prepare his players for without extreme emphasis at any time. Now Michigan State has a pair of "big ones" looming ahead in The besf Scotch is born not made. IT'S BORN 1. in the Spey tats n River Valley... -birthplace of the worlds finest Scotch. a 4v u. m fe GILBEY'S 0poy-HoyaI Scotch RIGHT t-7 HERE. Jr- i 16 I rW. 100 Slended tcedch Whittle. ' Ncrtrxl Distillers tntiutH Corp, N.I.KX ( By Lyall Smith and USC in particular . . . Carries drlver'a seat after knofJH.ng off lika mountain. Purdue and Notre Dame. The time for pointing by the Spartans has arrived. Boxer Fined, Barred for Hiding Record NEW ORLEANS (PI A scheduled fight Monday night between Ralph Dupas and Al Gual-terl was called off by the Louisiana Boxing Commission when it learned that information furnished on Gualteri's record was incor rect. The commission also fined Gualtert and his . manager, Frankie Buff, Jointly $350 and suspended both for an Indefinite period. Gualteri's record as originally furnished said he had not lost a fight in two years. The state com mission's action Monday followed discovery that Gualtert has lost three fights this year. Walker Quits Hospital Bed Continued from First Sports Page some of the. praise. The Lions boosted their pass Interceptions for the season to 12 in five games. Last year the club had only 15 in 12 games. Before the game, there was some doubt about the Lions offense with both Walker and Leon Hart out of action. But Jug Girard more than adequately filled the left halfback spot and came up with a pair of touchdowns. Making the most of every break and making a few of them themselves with vicious tackling the Lions tied their all-time scoring; mark by rolling up the 52 points. Detroit alse scored its first touchdowns off the running game when Bob Hoernscheme ver slashed his way Into the end zone twice behind good blocking. Prep Grid Record CITY LEAGUE CASS TECH NORTHERN O-Kaatern 6-Northern l.'i.N'eaatern fl-Drnlie 2H-W right 13-S'eaatera 25 0 20 13 19 6-Perahlng 25-Cass 6- Eaatern 7- Weatern" 25-N"eaatera 12-Drnby O. Hrlrht 19 6 20 32 0 20 O. .10 Miller CENTRAL 12- N'westera 7 6-Uestern 1A 6-Markeoste 7 13- Cooler 0 B Miller' 13 01. of l. 19 0. ;tO-al S'weatero CHADSEY 34-Hrliht" 0 2A.Markenr.le 7 eVll. of D. 42 7S'wetern 6 43-N'weatera 6 O-Weatern 0 O. 30-al Hedfnrd r:ooLEY N 'WESTERN 7-Central 12 CI, of D. 45 n-W'ratera 24 0-Kidf,,rd 31 6- Chadaey 43 7- Markensle 26 O. :tO-Coolry PERSIILNU 19-Northrrn 8 34-N'eaatera 6 0-DenhT 13 48-Wrisht O 3'1-S'eaatera 6 12- Mlller 8 O. :iO-at r-0" i REDFORD 13- Markcnsle 7 It-4'oolev 7 27-S'weatera 6 31-N'weatera 0 18- Western 14 61-N'ea.tern 0 0- 30-t'h.idaev S'EASTERN O-Denhy 2 12-Wrliht 0 li-fooley" 6 6-Mlller 13 6-Prrahlng 33 19- Caaa 13 O. .10-at Faatem 0-Western I 7-Kedfnrd I. 6-S'eaalern" 1' O-Central 1 01. of D. 41 18-S'weslera l O. 30-at N'weatera DEN BY 2-S'eaatera 20-Mlller 13-Perahfng 20-Caas O-Esatern 0 13 0 O 6 12 20-Northern O. :tO-at N'eaatera EASTERN SMEhltrt.-M 6-Caaa 6-S'weatern O 20-Northern 6 28 N'eaatera 0 6- Denhv 26-Wrliht O. :iO.Safern MACKENZIE 7 Red ford 13 7- Chadscr 25 7-Central 6 -l-ll S3 1-8'weeteru 13 JfJ-'N'weatern 7 0.30 at Wealera MIL1.ER n r. ef d. OF.aalern 6-Kedford 6-Chadaey 13-Markenile 6Conley n rtn.Oiitra! 43 6 27 7 19 18 WESTERN O-Coolee l8-( entral I-N'elera 7 7 IS 37-Northern 14-Redford M hadaey n. :tn.M.rkenrle U. OF D. HIGH: 43-S'wettera 6 ! 4.VN'Heatera 0 42-(hadaev 6 33-Maekensle 0 S-N'eastern 1 I3-Denby 2 2.VWriiht 13-S'eaatera 13-Central' 6Perahln 1 O. 10 at ( ia N'EASTERN 4-Coole 1-Cenlral 0. 30 IVrahlnr WRIGHT e-Chadaev 4 n-S'eaalera 17 BMIIIrr 2.1 Prrahlag 4 ll.Cau 26 e-Kaalera 76 II. 2-at Northern Nna-leacue game. I2-Mlllee 6-Pershlnt O-Caas n-F.aatera A.rtttee) -ReeXord O. 36-Denhl 6 34 13 28 CATHOLIC LEAGUE ST. ANTHONY i ST. JOSEPH 19-St. Catherine 7 7-M. Leo 7 6-St. Joseph 14 I O-Dearhora 14 6-H-d. St. Mar? t 14t. Aalhoay Big Total Also Third Best in U.S. Doris Knechtges' 632 Tops Bowlerette Spree BT DICK' PETERS Agnes Ekstrom's B&B Chev rolet bowline team posted a new target for Detroit women Mon dav nieht at Wurm's Recreation. The B&Bs, enjoying- three of the nine 600 series rolled in the All-Star Bowlerettes League, crashed steadily to a 2918 total. This series, coming on games of 036, 993 and 989, Is the third best reported In the nation this season. It bettered by 41 sticks an earlier mark bowled by the Harvey Mack team in the same league Sept. 15. TO THE BIG score, Doris Knechtges contributed 632, Capt. Ekstrom 614 and Teddy McLaughlin 604. Despite its pln-snlping, BIB took only two games from Anna-belle Andres' Five. The Andres crew shot a middle game of 1007 In a 2621 total to win one. Along the rest of the league front, six- other 600 scores were tallied. SOUTHPAW Gladys Demp sey paced the league as she rolled a 648 for Pepsi Cola. Capt Maxine Cruchon threw In 624 for her league-leading Colonial Broaches, who held a two-game lead over Pepsi In the standings. Dot Brlchta Included a 257 frame, another league high, In a 620 set for the Goebel team. Crystal Thomas had 611 for Harvey Mack, Dee Rlgby 610 for Precision and Gen Llberda 602 for Brunswick. Top score m the Nation for a feminine five is 2951 by the Ray Rands Round-ups, of Los Angeles. Next best is 2919 by the Murphy Five, of St. Louis, one stick better than B&B's Monday salvo. Paternity jSuit Names Celeri OAKLAND, Calif. W) A 19- year-old Oakland girl Monday ac cused Bob Celeri, quarterback of the pro Dallas Texans and former University of California football star, of fathering her unborn child. Attorneys for Miss Edythe O'Banlon, daughter of an Oakland auto mechanic, filed a paternity and child support suit in Alameda County Superior Court. Attorney Russell Studebaker said the unborn child was conceived this year while Celeri was engaged In post-graduate work at the University of California in near-by Berkeley. Big Ten Standings Conferrnre W L T PF PA All Gamn w l t rr p 3 9 0 117 AH 3 11 136 Sll lit M 1'2 310 I'M 81 MICHIGAN 3 97 S7 Purdue son in: Minnesota Wisconsin a i o 2 10 lid III 18 0 13 0 o a o Ohio State N'weatarn Indiana Iowa Illinois SJO lo.i k:i 13 1 83 l.'iii !9I 9'-! 97 lie 'i 19 t 3 0 lflfl 1)1 S A 0 171 47 48 103 25 73 MICH. ST, SATl'RDAVB RESULTS MICHIGAN 21. Minnesota 0. Purdue 40, Illinois 12. Northweatern 2:t. Indiana 13. Iowa 8, Ohio State 0. I t LA 20, Wlaeonaln 7. MICHIGAN 8TA1K 34, Pena State 7. THIS WEEK'S GAMES llllnola at MICHIGAN. Iowa at Minneaota. Ohio State at ortnweatern. MICHIGAN STATE at Purdue. Indiana at Pittahurih. niaronaln at Bice. 27 St. Ijidlalaus 14 21 He l a Salle 19 12-Servile N. 2-at St. Starts DoLaSALLE lM-St. James 12 MM. Thereaa O 31-St. Stanislaus 6 19-St. Anthony 25 0. 2H-at St Ijida 28-St. Ijldl.lana 7 N. 7-Sl. Joseph ST. GREGORY St. Rita (7 7-si. dement 6 0-l.onrdes 38 12- St. Thereaa 46 0-lloly Red'mer 13 N. 2-at K. SI. Mary N. 9-at Shrine H. RED'MER 7-St. Benedict 13 SOXatier 0 O K-d. Si. Mary's 20 13- shrlne 7 1. 'l-st. Gregory N. 2-St. Thereaa N. 9-at Lourdes O-Servlte 6 13-St. I.adlalans 7 6-St. Stanlalatta 6 N. 7-at DrLaSalle R. ST. MARY 41-St. Leo 26-St. Joseph 6 O. 6-Onen 20-Redeemer O 20-I.onrdes 7 A9-Shrlne 0 N. 2-St. Greiory N. 9-St. Thereaa SERVITE 12-Mt. Carmel 84 8-St. Udlelaus 8 46-Saleelan S fi-St. Joacph 0 26-St. Stanlalaus 0 6-St. Anthony 12 0. 31-Dcl.aSalle SHRINE 18-Saleaian 3t'r Monroe CO O-St. Thereaa 82 66 -7-Holy Red'mer 13 O-Red. St. Mare 69 N. 2-at Lourdee N. 9-St. Greiory ST. RfANISL'S 7-St. Michael O-St. Thereaa S3 6 He la Salle 33 O-Servlte 26 6-St. Joseph 6 N. 2-St. Anthony N. 9-St. Udlslana ST. THERESA 6-DeI.aSalle 13 S.vst. Stanltlaas O 6K-Shrtne 0 46-St. Gregory 12 25-Lourdes 6 N. 2-at H. Red'mer N. 9-at B. St. Mary ST. LAD'LAUS 7-Hamtramrk 18 R-servlte 8 ll-St. Anthony 27 7 -St. Joaenh 13 7-De La Salle 28 N. 2-St. Florian N. 9-at St, Stans LOl'RDES I 31 Xavler 8 20-St. Patrick O I 38-St. Greiory 0 7-Red. St. Mary 70 6-St. Theresa 25 N. 2-Shrlne N. 911. Red'mer SUBURBAN BERKLEY 7-Frrndale 14 26-('lawaon l2.Keecfl Harbor 6 7-Owoaao 18 0-Wallrd l ake 18 lSouthfield 0 (). 31-larminitoa N. 7-at Van Drke N. 14-Birmtnihaai BIRMINGHAM 13-Roniulas 13- Mt. Clrmeae 0 14- Ferndale 14 7-llael Park 13 H Iji.I Detroit 6 O. 3 1 -at Port Huron N. 7-Waterfnrd N. II at Berkley N. 27-Roal Oak CATII. CENT. HIGH. PARK 6 Port Huron 20 O-Wtandotte 26 7-Hamtramrk S O-Fnrdaon 23 14 l,r,M,se Polnte 19 O. 3 1 -at Monroe N. 7-Vlneoln Park N. 14-Roval Oak LINCOLN PK. : 7- Wayne d 27-Romulns 7 3:t-lkearlora 6 8- F.rorse I 12- River Ron re 6 24 Melvlndale O. 31-Wrandotte O. 7-at Hiih. Park N. 14 -at laiwrey LOW RE Y I- Ylt.rarinel 13 17 liardeo I lie 20-Anbani HsU. I 13- Eeorae O. 31 -at River B'ge N. 6-Melvlndale N. 14-Uncoln Park 26-) n-llantl -aitnaw iM.Hamlramek 41)-River Rome 6-Rota Town 1:1- oninaa O. 81-11. Northern N. 9 at Toleda CO K. I4-G Cath. Cent Race Results and PIMLICO RESULTS FIRST Six furlongil Intermittent (Houlmetla) 8.98 3.40 S.60 reattached (Combett) 3.30 3.20 Jollrab (Belsarcttl) 4.00 Tim 1:12 4-6. Dehra Hun. Going Places. Bsby Sons, Mlu Burgoo. Kit. narase. Kcdiaeo. Night Music, Danherat, Paddy lane. SKCONIi Sl furlonsa l Scheming World (I.jnch) S-0 4.00 80 Dime Thra CKIrkland) 18.40 8.0 thallaguerre (Ley ton! ... 6.40 Time 1 :1? I S. Tattooed I.ady, Btan's Helen. Dustpan, Daralet. Sweet ftlgrid, Bncle Men, Diamond Cross, Nora's Bonnet, Hcddy B. DAILY DOUBLES AT EMPIRE CUT Reinforce and Toqulle 111.40 AT PIMLICO Intermittent and Scheming World 115.40 AT TOLEDO Baby Boundert and Tackle S3S.S0 AT SPORTSMAN'S Phantom Beeli and Ormea Iowa $61.40 THIRD Fire and a half furlongst Senna (Baliarettl) 61.80 14.211 7.7.0 Parable (Knaupl 2.80 2.40 stepper Upper (Khuk) 3.80 Time 1 :UH 3-0. Marlohn. Whlrle Bell, Pennr Arhanee, Hurried, So Easy, Tumbril. Little Angel, Zevette. FOI'RTH FIto and half furlongst Ptauanrtte (CoTalll) 87.80 18.60 0.80 Kaater Hour (llanford) 4.20 S.40 Mlaa H. A. (Hewitt) 7.80 Time 1:07 4-8. Blotto, Vexatloni. Incognito. Sondobullee, Immensely, Marimba, Bride Club, tluisas, Farmer's Angel. TArcher-Elemar Stable entry. FIFTH Mile and a slsteenth: Ram Ouar (Padgett) 23.40 8 00 3.20 Huro I llanford I 2.60 2.40 Hook Cottage (Skellyi 3.20 Time 1 :46 4-8. Gala Fleet, Toulouse. Brnokshire. NIXTH SI furlongs: Influence (Nhuk) 7.00 3.80 2 40 Seer (Sato) 6.30 2.80 Gun Moll (Cnmbest) 2.20 Time 1:118-8. Decanolis, Knight's Be ware, nourne. RKVKNTH Mile and a sixteenth) (Kegalbutot 12.00 7.20 S.40 Lucky Hero Crackles (Mr Keel 12.0O Bit 0 Moon (Shuk) 12.S0 S.AO Time 1:47. Eieheoner, white Brand, Taraprro, Bombast, Batter, Flat Bequest, (irate Skirt. RinllTH Mil. and an elrhth; Futile (Hewitt) 34.80 14.00 7.A0 Mark O'Nisbt (Baliarciti) ' 7.80 8.60 Mlaa Dow (Root) 3.60 Time 1:54 4-S. Beiianocn, paddock Arret, Naesy Chirk, Afriraine, Glare, Regal Glad, Tinsel, I'll I en Nun. Nina Bom. EMPIRE CITY RESULTS FIRST Six furloniil Reinforce (Leater) 4.80 2.80 2.20 Bear Maret (tVoodhoase) 3.30 2.:0 Timber (Gurrln) 2.40 Time 1:13. Iahrook. Adraetua, Thrnat, Wind Tunnel. Jake's Jest, Star Beau. The doller. SrXOKD Six furlonsa: Toaulla (Falro) 6,10 3.S0 S.40 Gaj Homanerr (Tlntlej) 8.80 6.10 Maraud (O'Brien) 10.00 Time 1:12 2-3. Sailor lad, Demi-Hen re. I,n fort una. Fit Fiddle. Great Eale, Brother Mareb. THIRD Six furlnnra: To ( hnllrnx (F.rrlro) 9.30 4.80 Frrah Meadow (Guerln) "10.70 Jibe (Leater) Time 1:13 4-9. Prlnee of Time, Patrol Wacon, Haldenn, Talklnc Hellron. Golden Grip, Pharo's Fare. FOI'RTH Mile and an elrhth: Hlili Dive (Boland) S.20 2.70 Aaaixnment (Woodhonie) 2.80 Mandlnao (Gorman) 3.20 6.00 3.SO 7op, Fox, 2.10 2.10 2.30 Time 1:49 4-8. The Battler, Out Point. FIFTH Mi furlonsa! Mr. Mldnlsht (Srnrlork) S.70 3.30 2.30 Count Trim (Gorman) 3.20 2.80 Brother Friar (Alklnaon) 3.00 Time 1:12. Klnria Roush, Wlswam, Baleron Chanee, Nhlnlnc. SIXTH Six furlonsa: Sonahine Nell (Wnnrihouae) 6.40 3.00 2.30 Boot All (Anderannt 3.20 2.40 Qui Sons (Lester) 2.AA Time 1 :11 1-5. Sufle. Two Rainbows, Daahlns By. SRl'F.NTH Rli furlonsa: Head for Home (Green) 6.60 S.AO 2.60 Whitsuntide (Cheater) ' S.40 4.00 Su.nn Dear (Falro) 3.00 Time 1:12 3-3. Sandjwrek, Flleka Star, CnMee-e Try. James B., Goshen Pass, Gabes. Rrare Rim. EIGHTH Mile and a sixteenth: Hlerarrh (Green) 14.80 7.10 4.80 Bar Haah (Falro) 6.10 4.10 Andre (Mrhmlril) 0.20 Time 1 :4t. Ton Command, bale Morn. Flrat Rrfnaal, Blue Charier, LraliefaT, Stone Saucer, Star of Persia, Tape Reader. CHURCHILL DOWNS RESULTS FIRST KIT fnrlonlil Hrllpais (Church) 880 4.60 3.40 Force of Arms (Armstrons) 4.40 3.00 Poll-tie (Adama) 3.20 Trme 1 :13 3-8. Oman, wise Warrior. Vnrn Notions. Oulrk Pkk-l'D. Mr. Sir. Cnarhle. SECOND Six furlonsa: Rare Bid (Adama) 8.20 4.00 4.40 Smart Eve (Collins) 30.60 17.40 rernor narrow) 7.20 Time 1:13. Robin Red, Wise Poller. Tiny Harp, Dominican. Arpase, Colleie, Fancy Food, Proud Jack, Proud Foot. THIRD Six furlonis: Dover Cnaat (Church) 12.00 6.60 4.20 Homier Kelie (Adams) 4.60 3.40 llnl'a Llnrla (Harrow) 3.80 Time 1:12 3-8. K lectins Rock. Jack- town. Ariel Streak. Lucky Skipper, Fleet- Inr Star. Scherzo. Fit Ol'RTH Six furlonis: Warmed Oyer (Churrh) 6.00 4.00 3.40 Joe Pailina (Cralt) . 24.00 12.00 Win, tar (Brooke) 4.80 Time 1:11. Galoot, Jul Band,, storm or Gold, stinal lode. Busy lox, Boldker, Merry Sweeper. FIFTH Mile and a sixteenth: Bold Fox (Brook.) 10.40 6.00 3.80 Ridden Motive (Anion) 8.60 4.40 Emerald (Adams) 3.60 Time 1 :47. Calm Bay, Golden Earring Peter Vlneiar. Roundup DEARBORN 14-St. Jnaeph 0 14-K.aat Detroit 7 6-Melvlndale 0 0-Lincoln Park 3:1 20 Hirer Rouge 8 O. 3 1 -at Eeorse N. 7-Wayoe N. 14-at Fordaoa E. DETROIT MEL VIN DALE 18-AllenPark 0 3N-Madlaon (I 2l)-Romulns O 0-l)earborn 6 13-F.corae 6 0-Lincoln Park 24 O. 3 1 -Trenton N. fi-at l.owrev N. 14-at River R'ge MT. CLEMENS 6-Grosae Pte. 19 25-Vaollike 19 O-Rlrmlnsham 13 O Port Huron 41 O-Fecndiile 13 0-Harl Park 12 O. 31-Kaat Delrolt N. 14-at Wayne RIVER ROUGE Eeorse 18 Q,Wayne 13 O-Monroe XI 7-Van Dyke 7 7-Dearborn 14 O KI. Northern 27 O-Haiel Park 0 l'J-Port Huron 33 6-Rlrmlngham 13 0. 3 1 -at Mt. ( 'mens N. 7-llamtremrk N. 14-Ferndale EC0RS3 IS-Rlver Route 0 B-Wyaodotte . 33 6-Wayne ' 8 6-Llneola Park $ 6-Melvlndala 13 6- Low rey 13 O. 31-Dearbora N. 7'Romolus N. 14-at Trenloa FERNDALE 14-Berkley 7 2-lirosse Polnte 20 6- Ann Arhor 40 14-Blrmlniham 14 13-Mt. Clemens 0 7 - Port Huron 39 O. 31-Katrl Park N. 7-at Rnval Oak N. 14-at E. Detroit FORDSON 6-0wosao 13 18-Mnnroe 7 6-Pnrt Huron 27 18-Waene 7 25-11 ajhland Park 0 0-Roal Oak 19 N. I -firnaae Pt. N. S-at Wrandotte N. 14 Dearborn GROSSE PTE. -Catholic Pent. 49 u Lincoln Park 17 6- Dearbnrn 20 O. 31 l.ow rey N. 7-at Ypallantl N. 14-Melvindale ROMULUS 0 Birmingham 18 7- Line. Park 27 O-Melvlndale 20 14-Monore Cath. 19 O-Vpallantl 21 I3-Garden City 6 0.3 1 -at Bedford N. 7-at Ernrae N.-14-Bellevllle ROYAL OAK 13-Haiel Park 7 32-Groase Pte. 27 Wyandotte 21 6-Monroe 13 I 19-Fordaon 0. la. i-rernnale n! M-et itirh. Park S: IBirmlnX- VAN DYKE 19 Ml. Clemens 20-Ferndale 27-Koyal Oak 6-Monroe 6-Wandotte 19-llirhland P'k N. I -at Fordaon N. 8- Port Haroa 7 Faat Detroit 19-Mt. lemens 6-llaiel Park 11 Hamtramck 18 14-Kaellle 6 O. 31 at Waterford S. 7Berklev N. 14-t enter I lne WAYXE 61 Inc. Park 7 13-Klvrr Roage 6- rorae 6 7- Fnrdaon 18 Flint N'thera 19 19-Vpallantl 7 O. 31-at Plymouth No. 7-at Hear born . V 14 Mt Clemena WYANDOTTE l3Pontlae TO 33-rnrae 26-Hlsh. Park 2 1 -Royal Oak 7-4,rosae Polnte 6 7-Menroe 0 O. 31-at Mne. Park N. 8-FoHaoa ! K. 16-GB l aloa ,. ' HAMTRAMCK IS-8t. Ijidltlaus. 7 O-Pontlar 44 eVCath. Cent. 19 8-Hllhland Pk. 7 I8.tanl)ke 0 0-Mukein 65 O. 31 at Midland N. 7-at E. Itrlroll N. 14-Alnroa HAZEL PARK 7-Rntal Oak 13 ll-tanlxke 6 O-Eaat DetroH 0 1:l-Brmlniham 7 17-Mt. Clemena 0 O. 3 1 -at Ferndale N. 7t Muak Hita. 0. 14-at Pt. Haroa By Walt Dltzen f IF TM REPSKE6 X I I -.- ' tfe. rVANTOUX- . ) I LOOK! J . ri f SIXTH SeTen furlonis: Coffee -Moner (Adams) 4.80 3.40 2.80 6.00 3.80 6.20 T.Npnr On IHallr;) Air Fllxht (Miller) Time 14 3-o. John's Follr. Mouflon, Mall from Home, L'nbridled, Hoptown. Nirkey W. tB. W. Landry entry. SEVENTH One and one-eighth miles: Hallleboy (Church) 0.60 4.60 4.00 Hasty Freedoms .Adams) 8.80 2.80 John A. B. (Brooks) 4.00 Time 1:84 4-8. Glnierbed. Mr. Zlppo. Versatile, Fire Mare, Storm Hidden, Wroni Bid, My Future. Jones Reward. , EIGHTH Mile and an etihtht War Booty (Anyon) 10.80 6.20 4.00 Gift Mardle (Sackett) 8.60 8.00 Polar Battle (Ford) ... 40 Time 1:86 1-6. Honey Bear, Mlo Lips. Halcyon Blue. Hypocrisy, Double 0.. Bye Bunny. , , SPORTSMAN'S PARK RESULTS FIRST Seven furlongs! Phantom Heels ... (Skornnskl) 820 340 2.80 Shlnlni Deed (Keene) 8.60 2.80 Stntierlnc In (Carroll) 6.00 Time 1:29 2-6. Breesy aney, Mar Pnmpry, Serf Gal, The Orphan, Forgotten Miss, Rusty Lad. SECOND FIto furlonis: Orme'e Town (Duhon) 10.60 6 00 3 80 Conn's Maude (Skoronskl) 6.00 4.0 Preseott (Carroll) 8.20 Time 1:02. Count Deep. Klhby F.. Moola. Deen Fen, Sister Cora, Sultan's Heir, Bass Boy. THIRD Seven furlongs: Turkey Boots (Keene) 6.80 8.40 2.60 Vlekl Diana (Baldwin) 8.40 2.40 Burnt Look (Skoronakl) 2.80 Time 1 :29 2-8. Belcount. Second Trip, Bondor, Fall Festival, gegatoa. FOI'RTH Mile and a sixteenth: Walt Not (Keene) 7.20 3.60 S.80 Bright Answer (Carroll) 4.00 3.20 Tonv's Trouble (Baldwin) 8.20 Time 1 :49 4-6. Molly Marie, Katama, Pen-Mo, Big Bomber, Roaemers Chick, Easy Coin, More Cheers. FIFTH Seven furlongs! Blue Runner (Wagner) .80 8.20 2.60 Reus (Keene) 3.20 2.80 Falrn Square (Baldwin) 2.80 Time 1 :20 2-8. Sleepy One. Rummer Love, Judge Mae, Mrs. Penrod, Bright Imp. Floyd E Marwood. SIXTH Seven furlonis! ' dear Day (Warner) 19.20 8.60 4.60 Coyne's Ediar (Baldwin) 0.80 4.80 Prince Abbey (Skoronakl) .,300 Time 1 :26 4-6. Fine Tettle, Alarie, Happy Gander, Wleenhelmer. SEVENTH Seven furlonist Mock Battle (Skoronakl) 6.80 3.60 2.40 Eaplno's Imaie (WagnVr) 3.60 2.60 Metropolis (Keene) 2.40 Time 1:27 1-8. Sky Maid. Korea. Ablsok. EIGHTH One and one-sixteenth mile: Al's Bourbon (Hatcher) 8.20 3.0 2.80 South Covert (Baldwin) 6.80 4.20 Trioiraph (Domenlco) . 4.60 Time 1:80 4-8. Flihtlni Day, Junior Wolf. Mt. Alto. Marlin, Opening Day. lo- pete, Helen's Honey. V1VTII Mile and an ellhth: Jay Edward (Bates) 12.00 6.20 4.20 ,.,.. (Granriaartt 6.80 4.IHI Skvolater (Wainer) . 9.60 Time 1:86 3-6. Hllh Test. Splnater, Jack Fnaann, Shining Lady, Paterfamilias, Basis, Brlerlees Rose. TOLEDO RESULTS FIRST Five furlongs: Baby Rounders (Ross) 6.40 Hvhy (Hart) S.AO 6.60 3.20 4.40 Footsy (Sanabrla) ' 4.20 lime l:uu 1-0. rtuarone. aoi o. erkla W Diana Rosay. Little Friday, Tereaa H.. Sanda Mlnta. SECOND Five and one-helf furlongs: Tuckie (Doyle) 11.80 6.B0 3.40 Shone (Koaa) 11.60 6.40 Bother (Stewart) 3.40 Time 1:06 4-n. uoc sne nimannia. Folly Plrtor, Marie Flute, Halcyon Cross, Titled Miss, Mr. Mbs. THIRD Five and one-naif furlonis! Golden Reaper (Sanabrla) 6.20 3.40 2.60 Fusaed About (Balrd) 8.80 3.40 Firatllng (Hart) 3.00 y is. rrraaanna. Ruby C, Laileven, Front Seat, Morocco Light. FOI'RTH Five furlonis: Onlirae (Atkins) 9.40 6.20 3.60 Cherry Ripple (Balrdd 6.40 4.00 Go Dutch (Acres) 6.40 Time n:o 4-.V junxet. urmv. niina- honiile, BhtoIo. Flint Time. Little Robert. rjatty sweep. FIFTH Five and one-half furlonis! Grand Poae (Elder) 32.20 9.20 2.60 tomolne (Atklne) d.BU z.co Badirr (Meehan) 9.20 Time 1:06. Red Grler, - Sweeping Jo. SIXTH Mile and sixteenth: Lulu Chatter (Acres) 10.80 B.20 8.40 Fondeat Hope (Wagner 3.60 3.80 3.40 Hllh H liter (Givena) 7.00 Time 1:47 4-8. Mickey Jane. Sir Bob. Grace A.. Poaainiworth, Beadate, Banted, Dotty Mae. 'Head heat. SEVENTH Mila and eixteenth. Rldile (Warner) 34.20 14.60 7.60 Kim Clerk (Doyle) 7.00 8.60 Infuriated (Hart) 3.80 Time 1:47. Flying Sandy, Senator Dill. Silver Girl. Whoa Abbe, Cherie, Minne sinier. Patsy Brand. rinnm Mlla an4 a alrteentn Casradawn (Murphy) 6.20 4.00 2.40 Downward IRuiaal 0.00 4.80 Fntnrette (Roaal 3.00 Time 1:46 4-5. Saahaway Moon, Roy- Ox. Mias Lena, Benvenuto, Leading Wae, Vl.ht Strike. Gold Mallet. NINTH Mile and an elrhtht Skv Ward (Hart) eXSO 6.00 3.00 n... v., ,u.i ion a n Prettv Trick (Sanabrla) B.SO Time 1:84 1.6. Brllht Kid. Pryini. Donna Grace, Hal's Chick, Bomba. Klllcy-begs. Just-Made-It. - PIMUCO ENTRIES FIRST Purse $7,600, maidens, 8-year- olda and np, 6 furlongs: Amber Sea I OH Debs Daughter 115 116 118 118 110 118 122 118 After Bit Gentle Gal Soldiers Son Glimpse O. Crnton Boy Gallarouve MaadJI 110 115 113 122 111 118 172 Blur Director Fluahed Roedno F.lale -M. Irian Lanihter Maater Mariner Lliht Street SECOND Purse $7,500, claiming. 3- vear-olda and up. 6 furlongs: Doll Font 116 'Dada High Honda 109 R it a Pride iJidy Locks 171 'Thorn Plnneehln 114 Joe Cream New Fashion 115 "Rlen Feature Mldat 116 Maillot Jaune 119 121 119 113 113 114 THIRD Purse $3,500, maidens, 2-jear- olda, I 1-16 miles: Bowlerette Hits Mark-Tying 256 Debbie Hogansron rolled 256 in 615 in the Cadillac Bowling Classic at Dearborn Recreation to equal a city high single game for the season. Sophie Spzak previ ously had rolled 256 in the Pros-1 perity League at , Mt. Elliott Recreation. Arcaro Resting SOUTHAMPTON, Eng. ! Jockev Eddie Arcaro arrived here ! Monday with his wife on the liner Queen Mary for a two months 7 j European vacation. t"Ham8BBJBBl ELECTRIC TOOLS NEED FIXING? SEE YOUR BUCK I DECKER SERVICE AND REPAIR STATION For local service on Black 4 Decker Van I ern. Home Utility and Lrctrs Saw Tools rest "Factory" Service) Free Parking Eiprrt Mexhanlca Fully tluaranteed Stork of Oeiiuine Parts. AOeortee 302S I. 6RAND ILVO. Pkoa TRt-Ity S I 742 Entries from Leading Trades CONSENSUS (Conyrliht. 1982. by " Trianile Publications, lne.) AT CHt'RCHILt 1 Gerry Frank 18, Reinapect S, Fen. mor 8. 2 Alnhaa Choice 14, Be Grand 11. Kseelals 8. . 8 Sweet Mural 18. Vadapur 8. Bet Shot 7. 4 Show Ring IS, Tripllne 40. Pena-flcnr 7W . , 8 M AH PLAT 29, Holly Sweet 6, Art-sona K 4. 6 Bloody Step 18. Tidy Sum 12. Bee 7 Junior Counael 17, Captala Fin U, Winning Prince 6. . . 8 Oatka 10, Mr. R, 10, Technical 7. 8 Hearts Buis 16, King of Slam 7, Lady Jane D 8. . AT EMPIRE 1 Ham Bom 17. Tedlln 14. Claaale Mint 6. . KADER 24. Tiooerery Tim 8. Turn- 8 Re'.Shu'ffle 16. Pride of Judea 11. Prince Tip 6. . , . 4 Manhelm 22. Stark Twins 8. St. B Femme Fatale 22. Black Beauty 6. Esoteric 6. , , . 8 Flora 22., Fleecy Cloud 1. Jiext Stoo 8. 7 Crodoe 21. Inrest 12, Keno 7. 5 Ureaay Lady 21. Enflear 16. Merry Reward 6. AT PIMLICO: 1 Mr. Mariner 15. Naarlll 9, After Bit . 2 Blea Feature 13. Dada 10. ew lash- 8 Toaca 22. Jan Peeck 9. Wllki Loss 8 4 Pnut Vendor IB. Shrewd 13. Johns 6 Rocky Heights 15. Laraa 10. K'M Mowlee H. . ,, - 1 Hr'noklmven 22.' Tublllcaln 9, Petite Top Luck 16. Lncle's Gift 7. Arehi- tect 6. AT SPORTSMAN 1 Ijanra J. W. 20, Agi-Gemna 6. By. 2 CIBAn'IHEEM 26. Fighting Tiger 8, Anxious 6. 8 Sweet Seeley 19. Flaming Tera, Mini Tol 3. t ..,. 4 Heldtebill 16. Embers 10, Participation 8. . 8 Korce 14, Pad Lock 13. Clowness 8. 6 Whis-A-Blt 24. Grey Scout 10, Best Dolnis 5. . . 7 Texas Kaln 17. Parkview 8. Free and Equal 7. . . 8 Papa Felix 24. Nltro Fire 1. The Blue Miss 4. (larulady 11, Festival 11. 7, Fixed Star 7. )sn Peerk 118 118 115 118 118 ISanetlon Script Sir Chatter Gaycoat 118 115 W onder Worker tToera Ganymede II W llki Lobs Diamond Ned Tuller-Sngly 118 118 118 118 ILaiitenberg 118 Frl rlar BiU arm entry. tFeltner-Klng entry. FOURTH Pnrse $2,600. claiming, 8-year-olda and up. 6 furlongs: Foray V ina , 118 Weatherman 118 Shrewd 124 Johns Admiral 121 Jolly Mara 112 'Bole Mack 116 Pnut Vendor 124 Orb Jl2 Gaelic Gal 106 Broad Cross 118 Cross Bones 114 Kniiht Alert 114 FIFTH Purse $3,000, allowances, 8-year-olda and ap. 1 1-16 miles! sinehn Mas 110 Laran 116 Rocky Helthta 114 Midyear 111) King Mowlee 110 Glorlette 110 SIXTH Purse 84.500, allowances, 8- year-olds and bp. 6 furlongs: rroo 121 IJack the Great 112 tPenoe 115 Wlnahlp 109 Brazen Mat 113 Holystone 111 tNlmble Fox 117 Jet Fleet 118 t( nnstannn er. enrry. 2Mrs. Lyon-Ediar entry. SEVENTH Purse 83,600. claiming, 2- year-olda, 8V furlnnga: (.ray Tie 114 Mid Stream 111 108 111 106 108 111 117 petal Froggy Tubulcaln Mias I-ocy lilt Bit Son Rock 114 120 116 114 114 111 Ramp Sir Stake Petite Laaale gRusty Arms Melancholia tWIIful Brookhaven 114 eulnmlll-Chewninc entry. . gVnirlman-W'isteria Farm entry. EIGHTH Pnrse $2,800. claiming. olds, 1 1-18 milea: Bold Rogue 108 117 Muslr Hose 106 Copaa Alr Queen Lovely Louise fnclea Gift Rarhareba Architect Top Lock Kohlma Happv af Last Notre Dame Trout Fly Wae 122 110 113 109 112 ! I? 112 116 113 Tinker Aunt Jane Jones-Faulconer entry. Apprentice allowance claimed. EMPIRE CITY ENTRIES (AT JAMAICA) FIRST Parse 83,800, claiming, 4-year. olds and up, 6 furlnnga: Piieon Pride 105 115 117 108 115 109 110 Payehle Dream 105 H'i", Aww Sun Diver ( laaua Stradlvarlus 117 Ham Rone 11 Rlailnr Sliver 117 i "Claaale Nigh Concentrate 113 Tedlln Blue Yonder Barrage !55 10W Marvina K. SECOND Purse 83.500, claiming. 4. M,,.nlri, and n. 6 furlonsa: Steel Strike 113 'Mailc Moment 107 Titmhler 117 118 117 117 106 110 Great Admiral 113 Heavenly Hash Kader Dawty Tlpperary Tim Wlxtrd Guiding Pursued Attentive 113 105 108 119 Bee and nee third Pnrae 83.700. claiming. 2.year- old eolts and geldings, 6 furlongs: Palmer Method 116 Fllrht Captain 106 Free On 107 Re-Shuffle 170 prince Tin l'o imr topper 11 Raffy ' 107 Turf Bull I'rlde of Judea 119 Motigcr tTrnCnnl 116 . 116 116 U nrlrn-raesvTonnaie rnirj. 1 Weekdays and Saturdays j . D0D6E BaaiD PLAHT I 7900 Jos. Campau FAN FARE FOrRTH Parse 84,000. maidens, year-olds and np. 6 furlongs: Sam McAfee St. Demetrlo Sans Eial The Weasel fjalonaie Kims Ouest Mr. M. Humble Boy 114 Ma 112 124 Klaml 120 120 St. Rearls 120 112 Sana Faille 120 120 Commuter 120 117 Manhelm J '" 113 Navy Lord L20 1 12 fStark Vwins 41. Blrber-W. N. Adrians entry. FIFTH Purse 84.000. allowances, t-year-old fillies, maidens, 6 furlongs: Shut Off 116 tCopra Jl News 118 tEsoterie 11 Dawn of (fold 116 Lady of Spain 116 Bayou Rose 109 "Soakln Wet . 109 Black Beauty 116 Femme Fatale 116 tKIng Ranch entry. SIXTH Purse 15.600. allowances. 3-yrar-olds and up, fillies and mares, 1 1-16 nllei lalay Mlat Fleet Rose Flora SEVENTH- ' 107 Fleecy Clond 118 116 Lancaster Lady 112 115 "Next Slop 113 -Purse 83,600, claiming, 3- VI Cro-Doe 117 Colvmbus 114 Stride Away 114 117 109 Cnrest Sua Halo Bea Marony 108 Keno 112 . . . EIGHTH Pnrae 83.800, claiming, 8- 1 J. . W 1 1 .Trnr-viua, , 7m Dreaay I-ady 109 Wllllamahurg 109 Merry Reward 113 Famera 114 Theologian En Fleur George Davie 118 108 114 Apprentice allowance claimed. SPORTSMAN'S PARK ENTRIES FIRST, Porae (7,300, claiming, 2-year- old matdena. furlonis: Bonatieat 1 13 i ounr ror 118 110 113 115 118 118 Love Bug Fighting Annie Emery Al Agl-Gemna Laura J. W. Dar Desert 113 116 113 115 115 Strict Rowdy Robert Maeorba Kv. Beauty Athtar 118 SECOND Purse 82,200, claiming, 3- year-olds, 6 rurlnnist Our Gift 114 GlaaaBulI 114 Challeatar 119 Maiden's Prayer 114 Froth 111 Flihtlng Tiger 114 lirk nnwn 116 Cuban Heeli Anxious M latreas Edith Mlra Sadnr Plum Rrlxh Eternal Sam 116 118 III 111 114 114 THIRD Purse 82,200, claiming, 3. year-olda 5 furlonis: Flrat Return llrt Our Folly 118 Mlaa Del Brier 106 Flamlnl Tera 116 Cl,.,l.. 113 Men! Pot 114 Stoney's Tiler 117 Sweet Seeley 116 Pennant Wand 113 My Henny 111 TreTIn 116 Chatalle 114 Mini Tol 111 FOI'RTH Purse 82.100, claiming,. 8- ...nu CIHIm a enrlonsa: Sureahels 110 Embers 112 Participation 110 JoanI.ee 110 Hediehlll 105 Madam Cross 112 c- m . i. u-. i in , FIFTH Parse 87,300. claiming, S-year- olda and UP, 7 furlonis: Mlo late 2 HtwnriM 117 109 Mias Mnntsln Corlnne T. Kenwood Pad Lock Tiger Watch Hurricane 112 'Tax Lien 106 ''J 113 113 113 Cnrlaiia Reward Eaav Silver IjidT Ridiewell Frankie D. Tlnnhle Barrel 110 11 117 117 115 113 Royce 120 Flihtlne Cloud til.XTH Purse !.300, claiming, S-year. olds and up, 7 furlongs: ui.i....nit ill Solan's Heir 11 Ponder Pat 115 Big Inch 112 Beat Doings 112 Grey Scout 117 Topner B. 115 Skyraldlng 114 SEVENTH Purse $7,500, claiming, 8-vear-olda and p. 7 furlnnga: Roval Bones 120 Texas Rain 117 Parkview 1 1 7 Free and Euual 112 Gallant D. 117 Our Ted 113 Gala Nlrht 107 ' EIGHTH Pnrse $7,800. claiming, 8- vear-olds end no. 1 1-16 miles: Thank Yon Sir 112 l)e Llao 112 Little Leaa low !ltre rira in RoiemundiT 117 Papa Fellg 120 The Blue Mias 117 NINTH rurse a:.lim, ciaimina, o-yaaar-olda and UP. 1 3-8 miles: C ckalile ls anion nonge ii Queen's Chant 117 112 109 109 Featlval II O'Glve Mias Bacon Miss Nap 107 112 Oaenladv Chief Oaeenla 109 Fixed Star 109 Apprentice allowance claimed. CHURCHILL DOWNS ENTRIES FIRST Pnrse 81.800. claiming. 2 -year old maidens, BVx furlongs: Team W ork 119 Bean Taunt Cathern Llandovery Dear Tnlln F.aay Betty Fancy Filly Fenemor Gerrv Frank 119 Mlaa Ballad Foxv Ralph Morhlhan Reinapect ' Covey 116 119 119 119 116 119 II 116 116 116 116 116 119 Magnus Opnt Hlllolila 116 SK( nn Pnrae ,600. claiming. 4. ...r.nlda and nn. 6 furlnnca .jr...nJ 114 F.vee ala 05 .a inh. 'a Choice 114 Bctev Bell 1 1., Ganadora 1 19 Nlrht Parade 11:1 1 Cob 116 Milan nan H3jBldnr1made 119 Bright Bones 112 ITI.. I n 12? THIRD Purse $2,200, claiming, x-year-olda, 6 furlongs: ..' ... Maater Wind 118 Benton's lacy 113 Set Shot 116 Wiiiles Faoey 116 Sweet Moral 119 Prlnee Adarls '116 Vadanur 113 Bienville 114 FOI'RTH Pnrae 87,200. claiming, 2. year-olda. 6 furlongs: Ell Cookie 116 Sid's Pride 118 Show Rrlng 116 Eternal Goln 117 Lark Sun 116 Tripllne 116 Pennflcne 116 Baby's Delliht 116 FIFTH Pnrae $7,700. claiming, 8-year-aIu .nil nn. A fnrlonia: U.... , V... r.w.L 110 Amafal 109 113 113 114 115 113 I Holly Sweet 116 Eleven Men i Curtain Raiser 117 Nlchtmarlsh CrnasW'ave 110 Whammo Mahplay 119 TPat's Pal Arlrnna K. US Streaking Amar-nn Farm-Drew entry. CORBETT'S BOWLING BALLS o Your Hall Reflnlihed Like Near Rnll Better IjHik Better $ JOO New lollsT Ye 1750 Prices 59 Duffield, Dtt. I, Mich., WO 2-0704 fkfii E fll I Call at Employment Office I NIXTH Parse 87.400. allowaaeea. vear-olda and ap. 6 furlongs: Sir Walter B. 112 Tidy Hum 110 Spunky 119 Bloody Step 111 Bee Lee Tee 110 Newawerthr 112 SEVENTH Purse 82,000. claiming, 8-rear-olda. 1 1-16 miles: Pharo's Dream 11 1 Bitter Fox 106 (lavleo 112 FoxyAl lo Junior Counsel 113 Captain Fin ' 113 Winning Prince 115 Hobad 112 EIGHTH Purse 82,200, claiming. 4-year-olda and op. 14 miles: Minneaota 112 Mr, K. J 18 laorrates 116 Battle Cloud 11. Kaallck 115 "Irma's Jim Ji;l Bull Man IIS "Beau Fiddler 110 Swamp Gnlde 113 Technical 115 Oatka 107 NINTH (Substitute), purse 81.800. 2-vearild maidens. 614, furloosai Book Nook 114 KlngofSiam Bridal Lace 111 Trlropa 119 119 119 119 114 119 114 119 Lady Admiral 1 16 Quirk Son Bold Gvnsy 116 116 110 Hill Boots Hearts Buig Warleas Lady Jane D. Froat Sparks Champ's Dream Mowseript 118 "Vulpine 116 Sky Minstrel "Apprentice allowance claimed. TOLEDO ENTRIES FIRST Purse 8700, olds and on. 6 furlonsa claiming, J.year. hen wood Flyer 111) Mala Seller 116 114 112 114 112 115 112 Bill's Pal 116 110 Dottle C. Petroae Jimmy Duck's Luck Grain Market Firmenot Dulce Coracon Suimae Lost Key Pleabn Going to Town Clay Image Lavender Blue 118 112 111 115 110 SECOND Purse 8700. claiming, 3-year-olds and un. 64 furlonis: Brown Tllraas 104 Go Devil 106 III 112 115 117 117 114 105 Colleen Egret 114 106 113 111 114 108 112 Ronnie Be Good Dora Hare Mint Tulip Cosy Corner Hllratiand Gallahlue On Rust Pro Tanto Peanut Brier Velvet Bound Blan Dismay Master Sarieant "Survey THIRD Purse 8700. elalmlnt. ft-.e... oius anu up, ova lunonga: Mr. Feathers 110 War Snv 116 111 114 111 106 111 113 rulr Degree Bull Rocket Royal Donna Hoop's Charm Cr Tack 116 JI6 106 111 111 118 111 Weatover Gal Sir Fanar Happy Heggar Patsy Jo Lena's Girl Sweep Tiger LlertyA. ... Sonny Side Tiny 111 FOI'RTH Parse $800. elalmlne. B.vear. otus ana vp, on roriungai Glitter Gulch 110 112 Lady Santo War No mora Legal Lady All Is On Musical Score Robert T. Le Figaro 117 115 102 115 103 101 112 107 Handle Omtpal 107 107 103 116 110 116 More Regret Virginia HI Forethought Nenl's Comet North Fennant Last Lap FIFTH Purse 88.000. clalmlni. S-vear. olds and up, 6 furlongst Gold Shot loo Dark Prlncesa 104 Seafnwl 10: Bedgegood lis Tltchle 112 Evening Cap no Pine Promise K8 Six. i n purse (two, allowances, 3. year-olds and np. about 1 1-16 miles: Alfred Boulder 120 Sunny River 114 Hunter Uncen 112 Plctorlc 115 PrlaayBny 112 Gloaming 110 Tom's Record 113 La Sliirl 114 Gala Blenheim 113 Natural Gas 111 llnokl p 112 Happy Twist 115 SEVENTH Purse $700. clalmlni. 3. yrai ear-olds and up, about 1 l.io miles: Friar Turk 113 115 ( hubby Ross 113 SI k Man Mlaa seat Boile Fast Donna Jubilee Gem Evening Cloud Arttllt 117 no 117 110 113 113 Fiihting John 113 no 117 117 117 Temple Bar Broad Bark Rocky Play Victim A Plus 117 Detection 113 8-year- 107 105 EIGHTH Purse $700. clalmlni. olds ana np. anout 1 iih mnesi Acme 117 MlssCrnma Wrlshtatown 115 Clnry Mlai Glangolly 116 Bee Kee The I'hnnhet 113 Beauty's Tiger Extra Belle 106 St. Band Circulator7 117 Brown Pa Mias Mean. ' 104 Roasy Sla 113 117 113 113 110 108 8-year. 114 no 112 Third Spin 113 'Maater Bird NINTH Pnrse $700, claiming. olds and un. about 1 l-te miles: Golden Laddie 113 Vlnita Dear Frank Bandel 117 Cry Baby EaayQuero 112 Armed Star Monteroa 117 Honey Bill Brekafant 108 Thla High - Full Honae 117 0h Boy Brown Tulip 113 Lester Mark Leater K. 112 Pompej'a Song Apprentice allowance claimed. Weather, clear) track, fast. 108 109 112 117 113 mm OVEN BAKED $90.00 VALUI See our production Una method Ihef males this price potiibla. Result Ovar 10,000 tetiified euttoman. (inn SibiiIm ai $111 dintnil litri WEbrler 1-8420 1T52 Colort Cjf1"lT'VS I1

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