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D. C. Women in Nation-Wide Golf: Occidental Wolfe Pin Stars
PLAYERS IN MEET Sectional Event at Indian Spring to Follow P. G. A. Qualifying Round. BY W. R. McCALLUM. SEVERAL score Washington wom an golfers will play next week at a dozen golf clubs about the Capital in the opening rounds Of one of the biggest tournaments ever attempted in this country. The tour ney is the Nation-wide affair to be put on by the Professional Golfers' Association, sponsored by the Pictorial Povion' maera7inti Players at all clubs whose profes sional is a member of the Professional Golfers' Association are eligible to compete in the tournament, open to women at all the local clubs, for all pros around Washington who have club jobs are members of the P. G. A. The set-up is this: Next Thursday qualifying rounds will be held through out the country. The best four scorers at each club here will qualify for the sectional finals to be played at Indian Spring May 21. The winner of the sectional final will be awarded a gold medal. Tourney Handicap Affair. TT WILL be a handicap affair and inasmuch as the women around Washington have a splendid system of handicapping there isn’t any doubt of the fairness of the manner in which handicaps will be arranged. Thousands of woman golfers all over the Nation will take part in the affair, the first attempt to stage such a big tournament for women in the history of the game. George Jacobus, president of the P. G. A., is all for the idea. “The golf professionals of this country realize," George says, “that, although most tournament play is designed for the few stars, 90 per cent of the Nation's golfers never will be of stellar class. “This is an attempt to create a big event designed for all players. We are making it an event for women, be cause. frankly, the girls have a little more initiative." Walper Improvement Rapid. J^EO WALPER. Bethesda driving range pro undoubtedly is the most improved playing pro around Wash ington. Three years ago Leo was a so-so golfer, who had a good day when he broke 77 for any golf course. Today the Walper man rates as one of the outstanding pros in this sector, a qualifier for the national open last year and one of the longest hitters in the game. But Walper's improvement is due not alone to his lengthy hitting, ac cording to Bob Barnett, Chevy Chase pro, who is one to give credit where credit is due. “Leo is one of the finest putters I ever have seen, and he has developed it all himself,” says Bob. “He literally knocks the back out of the cup on all his putts. Like all good putters, he occasionally misses a very short one because he has so much confidence in his putting he thinks he can't miss 'em. "He really is a great putter in any company.'* RITZENBERGS BIG HELP Do All Winning for Devitt Net Team to Top Gonzaga. Once again the Ritzenberg broth ers, Nate and Al, carried Devitt's tennis team to victory yesterday as they supplied every win by which their school defeated Gonzaga, 3—2. Nate defeated Zable in two love sets while Al turned back Laake with the loss of but one game. The brothers then paired to trim those same two In doubles. 6—1, 6—0. Summaries: N Ritzenberg defeated s«able, 6—0, a—O: A. Ritzenberg defeated Laake, «—(i. 6—1: Handley (Gonzaga) defeated Walsh 'Devitt), H—X. 6—4. S—6. Doubles—N. Ritzenberg and A. Ritzen berg defeated Nable and Laake. 6—1, a—O: Handley and Di Amon (Gonzaga i defeated Fernald and Bunn (Devitt), 6—8. 6—6. 6—4. APUTn a i i «tp wiatapi Ul_HinMl_L.MIL. V I u I u n Scores Three in Ninth, Noses Out Fredericksburg, 7-6. Bpeclal Dispatch to The Star. FREDERICKSBURG. Va.. May 2 — Scoring three runs in the ninth in ning without the benefit of a hit, Central High School of Washington defeated Fredericksburg High here yesterday, 7-6. The hectic finale saw Bob Heflin walk Angelo Valenza and Don Fones gain life through an error. Joe Mallus was hit by a pitched ball and Joe Moran also was safe on a miscue, three runs crossing the plate in the meantime. Stars Yesterday By tht Associated Press. Dizzy Dean. Cards—Gave Dodgers three hits to wki his third victory of year. Tommy Thevenow, Reds—Doubled In eighth to score two runs and beat Phillies, 4-3. Gene Moore. Bees—Hit two homers to lead team to victory over Pirates. Johnny Broaca, Yanks—Finished first game of season and let White Box down with seven hits. Lefty Grove, Red Sox—Won his fourth straight game, shutting out the Indians, 6-0, gave seven hits, fanned nine and walked none. Elden Auker, Tigers—Won own ball game by singling in winning run over Athletics. Jimmy De Shong, Senators, pitched five-hitter against Browns as mates won, 17-1. ;♦—— Harriers Hoj * g For Hot Weather CTRANGE as it may seem, the ^ distance runners who tomor row will compete for the District A. A. U. 15-mile championship over a Potomac Park course are hoping today's warm weather continues. The old.timers particularly relish heat while running, declaring it holds off cramps. The race, in which harriers from several cities are entered, including a number who hope to win The Evening Star marathon Memorial day, w’ill start at 1 p.m. at the tour ist camp. Three laps of a 5-mile course over the roads of Potomac Park and Hains Point will be run. PICKERAL REGARDED FINE RING PROSPECT Adds to Boxing Prestige in Win Over Cecchini at Gonzaga Amateur Show. ■\7ASTLY improved over his recent ’ ring showing. George Pickeral Olympic A. C. bantamweight, today was regarded as another promising amateur prospect following his unani mous decision victory over Pat Cec chini, Northeast Boys’ Club, in the feature bout of the Gonzaga High Ath letic Association show last night at Turner’s Arena. Although wilting before Cecchini’s two-fisted attack in the first round, Pickeral recovered and battered the weary Northeast noggin-knocker about the ring during the last two rounds. CENTRAL NEAR TITLE Advances in High School Tennis at Western’s Expense. A new interhigh tennis champion ship team was all but being crowned today as Central's fast-stepping team relaxed after stopping Western, the 1935 champion, by a 5-2 margin yes terday at Rock Creek. With Charley Channing defeating Eugene Owens, 6—1, 6—1, In the No. 1 singles match and Buddy Adair and Meyer Gelfand also winning in sin gles, Central had the match sewed up before starting the doubles. -• HOYA NETMEN BOW Conill Saves Team From Utter Rout by New York U. One man saved Georgetown's tennis team from a complete rout at the hands of New York University yester I day in the 7-2 match at the Hilltop. The only Hoya to win his singles match. Bill Conill paired with Ecken rode to defeat Koslan and Abrams in a doubles encounter, 6—4. 4—6. 6—4. Conill previously had trimmed Koslan. 6—1, 8—6. Only one other match went to three sets. Trenis extending Ehrlich. 1—6, 6—2. 6—2. DEFEAT MARKS “W” DAY Western, Beaten by Loyola. 9-5, Looks to Series Game. Its batting power silenced and its “W" day marred by defeat for the first time in history. Western High School's base ball team looked to lengthy swatting sessions next week in preparation for its second scholastic series clash with Roosevelt at Roose velt Stadium. Far from the form which saw it trim Central in its inaugural series clash, but two days before Western bowed to Loyola of Baltimore, '9-5, yesterday at Western Stadium. Al though outhit, the Monumental City lads bunched their bingles at oppor tune moments to score four runs In the third heat and three more in the eighth. The game was preceded by a cadet regimental drill and a soft-ball game between members of the boys and girls’ “W” clubs. LONG GAME TO TERPS Freshmen Down Hagerstown High, 1-0, in Eleven Innings. With Weidinger limiting Hagers town High to six hits, the Maryland Freshman base ball team pushed over a run in the eleventh inning yester day to win, 1-0, at College Park. Shorty Chumbris. former all-high shortstop at Central, collected a triple and two singles in five trips to the tee. AFTER SUNDAY DATE. A game for tomorrow is wanted by the Franklin Street Boys’ Club Pee wees who may be booked through O'Brien at Decatur 5845. PHOENIX NINE BOOKING. Games with teams in the junior and unlimited class are sought by the Phoenix A. C. Call Pick Davis at Lincoln 7686-J. Mat Matches By thr Associated Press. BOSTON — Yvon Robert. 225, Montreal, defeated Rudy Dusek, 225, Omaha, two straight falls. NORTH BERGEN, N. J —Alphonse Bisignano, 215, Des Moines, Iowa, threw Ed Meske, 218, Akron, Ohio, 25:20. DETROIT—Danno O’Mahony, 225, Ireland, defeated Gus Sonnenberg, 210. One fall. Des Moines, Iowa—Lou Plummer, 235, Des Moines, defeated Jules Strongbow, 280. .Broken Arrow, Okla., two out of three falls. Rider Track Team Shattered Five Members of Promising Outfit Injured in Three Days—Vasvary Breaks Arm. WHAT loomed out a iew days ago as the finest track team ever pro duced at Roosevelt High School now is but a skeleton of its former strength, due to the injury of no less than five of its stai per formers during the last three days. Edward Vasvary, promising young sprinter, broke his right arm yesterday when practicing pole vaulting, this joining Charley Moore, who suffered a fractured right wrist Wednesday whila win ning me same event in a auai meet with Montgomery-Blair. David Leahy, a miler, will be out for an indefinite period, due to blistered feet, and Cleveland Stauffer, high point scorer of the dual meet, is barely able to walk because of a stone bruise on his right heel. H. Smith, Roosevelt’s most for midable weight man, aWo has been lost to the team, having been in jured in a traffic accident on Thursday. - DAVIS CUP STARS' Allison, Van Ryn Attempt to Break Mastery of Budge and Mako. BY’ BILL DISMER, Jr, WASHINGTON was to see a resumption of the scries of matches between the country’s first and second ranking tennis teams from which America’s Davis Cup doubles repre sentatives will be determined, as Wilmer Allison and Johnny Van Ryn, United States' No. 1 team last year, attempted to win their first match of 1936 from Donald Budge and Gene Mako this afternoon at the Chevy Chase Club. Defeated three times by the young California sensation since January 1, Allison and Van are making probably their last fight against the contenders until the official try-outs at the Merion Cricket Club in Philadelphia within the next fortnight. Not untU that time, however, will be named the team that will face Australia in the zone trials at the Germantown Cricket Club during the latter part of the month. Loral Pair Wins Set. ACKNOWLEDGED the foremost teams of the Nation, both the Allison-Van Ryn and Budge-Mako combinations appeared something less than “tops'’ in the opening rounds of the invitation tournament yester day as each was extended to three sets by teams not considered in the same class with the champions. Pitted against two local pairs. Alli son and Van Ryn naturally showed best against the ancient and uncon ditioned team of Tom Mangan and Clarence Charest whom they defeated with the loss of only one game. But against Barrjey Welsh and. Ralph Mc Elvenny, the District's No. 1 doubles 1 team and national public parks | champions, the leaders of American | tennis v.ere forced to turn on the steam. Craftily keeping the champs away from the net by consistent lobs to the baseline, Welsh and McElvenny grab bed the first set, 6—3. Then, obviously in no shape to combat the physical abilities of the pair that had been playing all Winter, the District com bination lost 10 straight games, taking their only game of the last two sets ■ after Allison and Van Ryn had estab I lished a 4—0 lead in the final setto. ! _ Budge and Mako Pushed to Win. DUDGE and Mako, meanwhile, were having their troubles with the teams of Sam Gilpin and William B. Reese and Gilbert Hall and Hal Sur face. Against the former they marched to victory by a 6—4. 6—2 count, but Surface and Hall extended them to three sets, evening the match with a 7—5 score in the second set. Budge and Mako won by cores of 6—1, 6—2. According to the record of the last three months, this afternoon's match should prove the climax of a compe tition that has become more keen with every start. At Houston Budge and Mako won in straight sets. Later, at Pinehurst, they were extended to four, and just two weeks ago the match went the limit of five before Allison and Van R.vn w-?re beaten. Local fans received a disappoint | ment yesterday when it was an nounced that Bryan (Bitsy) Grant, j the mighty atom from Georgia, would I be unable to play, due to a foot bruise, j Grant, who has licked Budge three I times this year and who is accorded a fine chance of being given a spot on the Davis Cup team, was present, however, w'atching the individual play of his competitors with great interest. MOORE’S HOMER TELLS. Moore’s home run in the first inning featured a three-run rally which gave the District Commissioners a lead they never lost yesterday as they defeated Agriculture, 8-5. in a Government League game. It was the first loss of the year for the Aggies. - ..•--• EHRLICHS FAR AHEAD. With Smith and Hoy hitting home runs, the Ehrlich Poultry Co. nine swamped Steel Foundry, 19-0, yester day in a Prince Georges County Soft Ball League game. Bunker Hill held the losers to four hits. -• G. A. 0. WINS EARLY. Seven runs in the first inning would have been enough to win for the G. A. O. Check Section nine which trounced Indian Service, 13-5. yester day in a Sports Center Government League game. P. W. A. HITLESS WONDERS. Although getting but four hits, P. W. A. trimmed Navy, 8-2, yesterday in a Departmental League game. Winters, Navy’s pitcher, walked eight batters. ROMP FOR PROCUREMENT. Hirst and Wilson led the 10-hit at tack yesterday by which Procurement Division’s nine defeated I. C. C., 6-1 in a Federal League encounter. -• LEAGUE BERTHS OPEN. Peewee, insect and midget base ball teams desiring to join the Columbian Athletic League may do so by calling Joe Cohen at Columbia 2817. WOULD FILL THREE DATES Games for May 10, 17 and 24 with crack unlimited nines are sought by the Standard Capitol Servicenter base ball team. Call J. R. Grieff at Na tional 9032, extension 273 or 280. Women’s Duckpin Tourney Leaders Toms. Class A—Lucky Strike. 1.616. Class B—Temple. 1.550. Class C—Cheries Beauty Shop. 1 409. Class D—Leedys Electricians, 1.41b. Class E—Edmonds. 2, 1.249. Sin (lei. Class A—Rothgeb, 333; P. Ford. 328; McQuinn. 321. . ,, . Class B—P. Bradbufn. 304; H. Jar rett Class C—8. Harrison. 300; A. Smith. 290. Class D—M Mouse. 291. Class E—Burr, 272. * Doubles. Class A—Levy and Quigley. 635; Mat thew and Ford. 610. _ Class B—Wi'sen and Isemann 608. Class C—Robey and Smith. 589. Class D—Norris and Kayes, boo. C.au X—Lufflttt *|<1 R*tan. 61*. —« ------ Favorites Reach Final in Chevy Chase Doubles Net Event William B. Reese and Sam Gilpin, at left, proved no match noon against Wilmer Allison and Johnny Van Ryn, who yester for Gene Mako a7id Donald Budge, at right, the latter winning, day qualified by defeating Barney Welsh and Ralph McElvenny, 6—4, 6—2, after conquering Hal Surface and Gilbert Hall, 6—1, 3—6, 6—0, 6—1, and conquering Tom Mangan and Clarence 6—7, 6—2, in the annual invitation doubles tournament at the Charest, 6—0, 6—1. —Star Staff Photo. Chevy Chase Club. Mako and'Budge were to clash this after I Wins Three Matches in Row Gunning for Title of Inter High Champ. BY PAIL J. MILLER, Jr. CENTRAL HIGH boasts the strongest schoolboy chess aggregation in the city, i Second to none, Robert Knox, captain of the hard-fighting Centralities, led his knights to vic tory' against Tech and Roosevelt in their second and third official rounds of quintet play in the interhigh Spring tournament, the victorious team to attain possession of the Turover all-high team trophy. Central defeated Tech at Tech by the banner score. 4>2-',2. Prince Melton, playing at third bo^rd for j Tech, by virtue of clever middle- j game tactics battled Ralph Schreyer j of Central to a draw. _ Requests Clocks Be Used. TN THE Roosevelt-Central match, A played at Roosevelt, Ralph Schreyer dropped a game to Alan Huntley, while Capt. William Heat wole of Roosevelt adjourned his con test with Capt. Knox, requesting that clocks be used, intimating that' his friendly opponent consumed too many minutes in considering moves. Re gardless of the adjourned game, Cen tralites stepped into first place by a 3-1 margin. Last week Central trounced Wood row Wilson, which means three sue- j cessive team victories thus far in the five-school match. Individual play: Central. Tech. Robert Knox-1 Rea my Pierce O O Yaeodkin_1 Bernard Hauser O Ralph Schrever 1 i* Prince Melton. ’a 1 Walter Kurland 1 John Abbadassa 0 Leo Wiemer_1 Wm. Spaneler_. o 4!i ‘a Roosevelt. Central. Wm Heatwole _ • Robert Knox_• Jack Robinson, n G Yagodkin_1 Alan Huntley . 1 Ralph Schreyer o R. MacWilliams <» Walter Kurland 1 Jos. Lighiman.. <» Lee Wiemer- 1 1 3 •Game adjourned for clock play. -• HUE’S PIGEON FIRST Flies Season's First 100-Mile Race in Less Than 2 Hours. Flying the 100-mile distance in less than two hours, a pigeon belonging to H. C. Hile won the season's first race of the District of Columbia Racing Pigeon Club from Charlottesville, Va. H. V. Bremerman s loft won the single I nomination prize. Following is the average speed In 'yards per minute of the first return to each loft: Hile. 1.490.57: William RuDDert. I. 494.57: W O. Norwood. 1.490.4:1; Brem erman. 1.489.47: Eagle Loft. 1.485.03: W. S. Hixson. 1.481.40: H Kaske. 1.414.77 ; D. P Matson. 1.406.70: J. Kelly. 1.433.97; J. Soldano. 1.427.97; Bethesda Loft. 1.397.63; Sunset Loft. 1.382.76: J. Mc Namara. 1.372.03; A. Buddlnaton. 1.365 26: J. H Rowe. 1.291.90: N Schultz. 1.284.40: A S Johnstone. 1.145.25; Mc Dermott. day report. Homer Standing Ey the Associated Press. Yesterday’s homers—Moore, Bees, 2; Ogrodowski, Cards, 1. The leaders—Trosky, Indians, 5; Foxx, Red Sox, 5; Ott, Giants, 4; Klein, Cubs, 4; Dickey, Yanks, 3; J. Moore, Phillies, 3; E. Moore, Bees, 3; Goodman, Reds, 3: Hafey, Pirates, 3; Gehrig, Yankees, 3. League totals—National, 66; Amer ican, 62. Total, 128. City Pin Tourney Schedule Tonight AFTERNOON. Slnrles, 2 F.M. Cl. Al. Cl. Al. Vnorhees_B 8 Shantz_C 10 Kilbreth _C 8 Funk -B 11 Shomo_C 0 M. A. Dent_D 11 Dorsey_C 0 R. F Havelka—F 12 Heller _B in W. H. Ghodey.D 12 Teaini. 3 F.M. Cl. Al. Bindery (G P. O.)-C fl Audit NO. 1 (A. A. A. Nite)-F 10 Doable*. S P.M. Cl. Al. Heller and Shantz-C 11 Voorhees and Shomo-B 12 Dorsey and Kilbreth—-C 13 Funk and Glllett-C 14 SATURDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NIGHT. Slnrlea. 7 P.M. Cl. Al. Cl. Al. L. Reznak_D 11 R. Moore-E 14 S. Feldman_D 11 C. Boggs-C 14 A. Loean_A 12 J. Pane-D 15 k. McClyng_C 12 H. Kann_D 15 . Harton_F 13 F. Foster_D 16 J. Guillott_F 13 E. Gaylor_C 16 Team*. 8 P.M. Cl. Al. True Blue Beer (Sat. Night)-C 13 Plaza Wine & Liquor <Sat Night)_D 14 Tribby Jewel. Sfores (Sat. Night)-D 15 Convention Hall (Hat. Night)-C 16 Book of Washington (Sat Night)-C 17 D. C. Umpires (Sat Night)-—_C 18 D* Molay Alumni (Sat. Nitht)_C If* Bond Bread (Sat. Night)-D 20 Nat. Smoke Shoo (Sat. Night)-D 21 Doable*. 10 P.M. Cl. Al. C. Boggs and E. Gaylor——- C 11 H. Kann and J. Pape-...—D 12 F. Foster and A. White-...—D 13 R. Harton and J Guillott-F 14 R Moore „nd L. McClung—---D 15 R. Havelka arid W. Ghodey-F 16 U. Dent uliXM- H. Hirruon-0 17 THE date for B. Harry Graham's personally conducted little golf show, otherwise the East Po tomac Park Spring tourney, has been changed from May 4 to May 11. All enthused over the prospects for his public links lads this year and formation of a club at the public course, Harry hopes for a record entry in the forthcoming tournament to run for five days. A qualifying round will be played on Monday, May 11, which is the same day the pros will essay their qualification rounds for the National open championship. The medal round will be followed by four days of match play at the same time as the Chevy Chase Club tourney, which starts on May 13. “Red” Banagan of Columbia is a fast thinker, in addition to knowing his men. He sat on the porch of the Columbia golf shop the other day, when a visitor inquired the whereabouts of Marty West, golf chairman. “He's on the seventh hole.” Banagan said. "Just getting ready to play out of the bunker." You can see that the big sorrel-top knows his golfers. Maj. Kendall J. (Woochi Fielder, vice president of the District Golf Association, can perform miracles on the golf course, particularly in the marble game, but his tricks on the links don't compare with his magic with a deck of cards or a quartet of quarters. Whenever the solons of the District Golf Association get together "Wooch" puts on an informal show of parlor magic and has all the boys shaking their heads and wondering how he does the things he does. His latest trick—and a darned good one it is—is worked not with mirrors, but with a crystal ball. It mystified a flock of folks at Columbia the other day when in walked L. Stewart Barr, who picked up much the same line of tricks in Italy some years back. Fielder and Barr got together and put on a show that had a score of men dropping their chins on their chests in amazement. And before they got through Fielder had Barr signed up for membershio in some magicians' union. They stick together, these lads who do tricks witn cards and coins. /GEORGETOWN linksmen faced ' I VJ two rugged opponents today in t Eastern intercollegiate matches at Co- | f lumbia, following their loss yesterday r to Cornell by a 1-point margin. This '■ c morning the Hoya clubswingers r | clashed with Penn State, while this ! ; afternoon they were to meet Pitts- j j burgh at Columbia. i c Six colleges met yesterday over the ; c same course, with the Hoyas going j down swinging before Cornell by a 1 ^ 5-to-4 margin. Princeton, which wen j the league race last year, trounced r Penn State, 6 to 3, while Pennsyl- i , vania defeated Pittsburgh, 6 to 3. t Summaries of the Georgetown-Cornell j. : match: Wilcox iC.) defeated Corcoran, t 1 3 and 2: Lee <G.) defeated Smith, 4 t I and 3. Best ball—Cornell, 2 up. Cameron <C.) defeated Johnson. 4 t and 3: Roundey 1C.) defeated Ferrari, c ! 1 up 19 holes. Best ball—Cornell, 1 f \ up; Kreuzberg iG.) defeated Rogers, j 6 and 4; Bell <G.) defeated Morton , (C.). 4 and 2. Best ball, Georgetown, t 5 and 4. - Mrs. K. S. Giles won the women's J tourney at Indian Spring yesterday j" with a card of 89-9-80. The pitching j and putting contest went to Mrs. J. I H. Bullock. Congressional women held their opening day ceremonies in the form j of an 18-hole handicap affair, won by Mrs. Otto Elble, who broke 100 for the first time with a score of 97. Her net was 77. Helen Dettweiler | and Mrs. J. O. Rhyne tied for the j low gross award with 89. Mrs. W. R. ! Bush had low gross on the first nine ! with 46. while Mrs. Roland MacKenzie J won the second nine award with 44. 1 Mrs. Harvey J. Cooper won the I Manor women's tourney with a card Of 87-11-76. St. John's Prep golfers today hold ' a 4-to-2 victory over Gonzaga. ! achieved yesterday despite the bril- j ! liance of Capt. Buddy Sharkey, the | | young Gonzaga star. Scores in City Pin Tourney TEAMS. CLASS A. Occidental. Temple. Clarke. 122 170 174 Hareett . 88 131 106 Espcy _ 1.32 111.12H Honey 123 104 90 Krauss. 109 177 112 Mischou 120 136 107 Smith.. 132 134 134 Wolfe.. 103 1.14 115 Har Ison 116 157 114 Pacini. 123 124 122 1,900:—611 649 610 1.788—559 649 580 CLASS B. Dixie Pie. Edwards Motor. • Keeler. 142 99 103 Tallant. 91133 120 H Wolfe 107 mo 107 Isemann ot; 99 119 McColl _ 126 124 111 Mutza'h 102 119 83 High... 115 116 94 Ward.. 126 122 92 P.Wolfe 118 111138 Crawley 125 105 94 1.711—ooi 550 553 1.626—540 578 508 CLASS C. Plant Industry 1. Val Spar 7. LSeatn 103 109 97 Gather 109 lol 115 Ferrall. 109 9:’. 93 Crawley 114 95 107 Goll_ 107 96 99 Muloutn 90 115 93 D Seat n 95 104 114 Miller.. 93 97 92 Linds'm 122 115 118 Pepper. 79 115 116 1.569—536 517 516 1.531—685 523 523 Sauer s Super Serv. Rendezvous. Jrs Ward.. Ill 107 118 Hlm'f'rb 114 117 97 Rook_ s t 90104 Hauser. 126 100 120 Palm't'r ion 148 121 Singer.- 103 11!! 96 C'orman 109 105 100 Kay_ 96 98 112 Cones.. 106 104 105 Weinb'g 129 142 125 1.609—518 544 547 1.684—568 566 550 CLASS D. Extension. Sugar Section. Tucker. 119 171 113 Gerau.. 123 148 106 Myers.. 92 86 111 Tyler.. 109 104 103 Has'man 89 118 108 MH'rdy loo 94 99 Harris. 103 91 98 Davis.. 117 126 101 Ack’man 91 105 120 Bendit. 107 103 95 1,565—494 521 550 1.035—556 575 504 Shops. Mayor and Council Brennan 91170 94 Mathias 79 93 121 Gersd'ft 98 91 93 Negus.. 101 90 90 Harbin. 108 98 85 Myers_98 111 120 Castle.. 87 112 97 Fisher. 108 114 89 Trillt.. 116 113 96 Parsell. 104 113 110 1.501—502 534 465 1.541—490 521 530 Sokems. B. K, Auto. Smith.. 92 118 110 Buck’h'm 01 103 94 McKris'r 95 94 87 D Kraft 118 91 93 Allison. 109 97 115 R Kraft 124 94 117 Newton 105 115 100 Wingate 111 103 131 Adams. 100 120 98 Robin'te 103 93 114 1,555—501 544 5H) 1,582—549 4 84 549 Public Roads. Matthias 99 108 103 Pat’rton 103 117 83 Flan'g'n 115 98 104 G.Mat's 108 99 99 Atwood. 98 101 91 1.523—520 523 480 CLASS E. Washington fVFW'. Interbureau. Clark_ 116 110 92 Conklin. 93 99 114 McKeown 92 87 77 Craig.. 106 94 88 Guil'm'n 81 103 88 Rouss’u 101 107 90 Thacker 91 99 97 DeGl'ntz 98 114 110 Meaaw. 108 94 160 Ready.. 105 90 102 1.4957—488 49.1 514 1.511—593 604 504 John Lyon. Paradise 89 193 93 Burnett. 99 107 91 Henry-- 104 85 lot Mus'lman 94 100 80 JollfTe_8(1 94 131 1.473—466 495 502 DOUBLES. CLASS A. Clarke 128 129 1.30 Linds'm 101 113 112 Harris'n 120 114 102 J.Hiser 09 130 156 723—248 243 232 711—200 243 268 H. Smith 1.37 120 145 Newman 107 104 128 741-244 224 273 CLASS B. McCall 110 96 119 D.Sefn 107 117 98 Wolfe. 106 92 lio L.8eat'n 86 119 101 833—216188 229 628—193 236 199 Tallent 132 91 104 Hoff’an 114 148 120 Item’nn 97 93115 Mut'bh 96103 97 032—289 184 318 679—210 248 217 CLASS C. Bucca. 89 126 93 Newton 105 87 95 Douse. 104 131105 Allison 100 99 105 648—193 257 198 591—205 186 200 Guyther 111 97 136 Robson 106 123 119 Boyer. 118 124 96 Moore. 94 91 1.0 682—229 221 232 633—200 214 239 Reznek 92 123 102 Reynds 111 107 116 651—203 230 218 CLASS D Atwood 106 120 110 Keeler. 110 133 98 Mathias 96 122 114 Grit th 11a 90 114 668—202 242 224 660—225 223 212 . Pott’ton 89 so 87 Seid'b'e 89 111 90 ■ Flnig’n 95 103 109 DLeith 89 81 80 572—184 192 196 546—178 192 176 J.Gerau 105 114 98 Mor’son 84 96 93 Bcndit. Ill 89 99 Baldn. 92 90 10. 616-216 203 197 557-176 186 195 Davis.. 87 92 SI Shafer 98 109 110 Tyler.. 115 92 103 Ebcrsole 96 12, 98 570—202 184 184 638—194 236 208 , CLASS E. I Brame. 111 108 75 Roberts 109 93 118 Manser 99 96 104 Van H n 104 80 1 00 593—2T0 204 179 602—213 173 218 Y'blood 91 95 118 R Shaw 111 99 90 Appier_ 90 96 128 Dwyer. 112 109 106 618—181 101 246 627—223 208 196 Childs 78 73 82 Farrell 85 85 110 j M'Alnsh 87 98 86 FGoll— 9, 9. 93 504—165 171 168 562—182 177 203 | CLASS F. T Cones 105101110 Craig 102 99 92 Ward.. 104 107 107 McH dy 11, 89 97 634—209 208 217 696—219 188 189 SINGLES. CLASS A. G. Isemann- ]"•> JSoZTSAs i. Espey0"::::::: 123 12- 145-395 B. Krauss_ 96 124 1..—34. CLASS B. I T Cones _ 103 119 93—315 » 98 103 10.2-304 » 104 118 94—316 K ilTthtr- 114 125 101—340 c: Roboieus:::::: 1™ 127 199—320 L. Seaton- 1 «>5 »1 9 —..88 Y. Kreamer-l'!J JJ2 -”2—:ill J. Mulroe_ «8 114 } G. Bradt.— 19, 1W.» F. Gartside_117 9a 103—31a CLASS C. J. Murphy- 11-3 94 78—285 J. Pepper —. .88 106 9,— so H. Newton- 99 1.31 9a 3.a n QernHt 1 (18 100 lOfi—314 J ' Farrell-1 108 105 117—3.30 f Auison-::: i<»« 99—290 D Seaton-1 92 109 92—293 K nJ®.- 151 124 102—377 r: bSccI:::::::.. »» n;i 107—130 esT A CO n M. Gorman-.Ig2 1"« W. Brame- »' *!J—T N R. Smith- » 10 1 aJtZT-iro ?■ oo*iterton:::::: 84 88 SSusa* E. Bruegeer - S’* jSSUSnS ?: ^amVls-:::::: 128 ”8 "“S 3. Gerau_ 90 111 108—308 A. Eberscle_110 110 100 3.0 J. Flanigan_101 10 < 101—300 CLASS E. R. B. Tyler_116 *6 194—fjio McKerricher - 00 83 -|u—-Ho W. Richardson-1H> 131 »'—331 D. Manser- 97 97 78—2is D. Higgins_- 80 104 88—3.8 O. Strong_ 97 10S 109—311 CLASS F. L. McEwen. 86 94 197—^69 g ?goi I 80 St ltfo& IOLONIAL TOSSERS WHIP WEST VIRGINIA - I trive to Make It Four in How for Local Colleges Over Mountaineer Nine. ^EORGE WASHINGTON UNIVER J SITY'S base ball team was out 3 make It two straight over West Vir inia this afternoon and send the lountaineers home with four straight efeats at the hands of local college ines. As was the case yesterday, hen the Colonials walloped the vis :ors, 11-4. the game was to be played n the West Ellipse, starting at 3 ‘clock. Georgetown and Maryland had pre iously whipped West Virginia. Bob Woytych kept his undefeated ecord untarnished yesterday in hurl lg G. W. to victory. Onder’s home run j eing the only distance hit made off is delivery. Six other singles, two of nem by Onder, were well scat erod. Lefty Johnson led the victors’ at sck. his third hit, a triple with two n base, giving the locals a lead in the ifth, which they never relinquished. Joe Berg got a double and a triple, ,-hile two hits each, were made by Vebb, Horae, Price and Williams. riTLE SHOT FADES FOR CHUCK WOODS Jetroit Battler Is Kayoed in Fifth Round by Champ Ross in Louisville Bout. It the Associated Press, r OUISVILLE. Ky.. May 2 —Any no “ tion that Chuck Woods entertained it getting a welterweight title shot lad been knocked from his head today >y Champion Barney Ross, who pol shed off the. Detroit fighter in the ifth round of their scheduled 10 ound non-title fight here last night. Woods made two trips to the floor n the final round and was out so •old when he' hit the canvas the last ime that Referee Jack Sempsey iidn't even go through the formality tf .a count. Barney kept the 10.000 spectators n suspense for only a short time. [n the second round he shook Woods s’ith a right to the jaw that sent Shuck's mouthpiece into the crowd. Woods took a seven count in the ,hird and was helpless on the ropes it the bell. He came back gamely n the fourth, but couldn't survive he champion's two-fisted fifth-round ittack. Ross weighed 142 pounds and Woods 148>2. GETS RUNS IN BUNCHES franklin Day School Wins, 17-7, From D. C. Woodward. Special Dispatch to The Star. BALTIMORE. Md„ May 2—Un eashing a barrage of base hits every nning. Franklin Day School nine of his city, routed Woodward Prep iiamonders of Washington, 17-7. in b five-inning game here yesterday. BOWLERS KEEP BUSY. Three major bowling tournaments will occupy the city's pin-shooters onight. The W. C. D. A. champion ihips will continue at Convention Hall, he final block of the Henry HLser sweepstakes will be rolled at Hyatts /ille and the annual husband and vife tournament of the Arcadia will x rolled. CABMEN SEEK FOE. Any team with a diamond tomorrow ooking for an opponent can book the Diamond Cabmen at Georgia 4948 n-here Bob Wallace is arranging tames. 20 YEARS AGO IN THE STAR. T BALLARD MOORE upset J * Irving C. Wright of Boston in the feature match of the second round of Chevy Chase Club6' an nual Spring invitation tennis tournament. Moore won by scores of 5—7, 8—6. 7—5. Washington moved into first place in the Americap League pen nant race as Tom Henry's double with the bases filled in the eighth inning defeated the Boston Red Sox, 5-3. The Nats are one-half game ahead of Detroit. Both Georgetown and Catholic University were defeated in the first games of their Northern trip, C. U. losing to Villanova, 5-4, and Georgetown dropping an 8-4 deci sion to Boston College. The lacrosse team of Maryland Agricul tural College won its fourth straight game by defeating Baltl more City College, 9-0. Pimlico Races April 29 to May 16 (Inc.) First Race 3:15 P M. Daily. Double Closes 3 P M. E. 8. T. ... Admission (las. lu), $1.65. I • RESTAURANT FIVE CLINGS 10 TITLE 3erce’s Shooting in City Event Gains Look-in on No. 1 Ranking. While the Occidental Restaurant bowlers celebrated their second team championship within a week by suc cessfully defending their class A title in the Washington City Duckpin As sociation tournament at Arcadia last night Perce Wolfe of Hyattsville shared attention today as a potential winner of Washington's coveted No. 1 ranking. Tacking a 394 singles total to a 371 team and a 412 doubles count Wolfe assumed the lead in class A all-events with a grand total of 1,177. Perce* singles effort came after two team sets of 412 and 367. which were rolled » simultaneously with the Northeast Temple team and the Mount Rainier Dixie Pigs, although neither score counted in his all events, as previously he had shot with three other teams. Perce Generally Keen. yyriTH a high average for sweep stakes and special matches coupled with a general league mark of 122 the suburbanite has thrown his hat into the ring for the nomination as the District 1935-36 season’s leading bowler. With Ollie Pacini. Wife is holding the class A doubles lead with 760. Clicking for the first time in more than a month after they practically had locked up the championship of 4 the Southern Intercity League the Occidentals shot an even 1.900 set to equal the all-time mark established in 1934 by the King Pins to win the class A team title. Incidentally, Hokie Smith, who led the Occidental charge with 390, was captain of the King Pins. But for a missed spare in his last frame Hokie today might have been the all-events leader. Starting the night with his stout team set, the assistant manager of the Columbia gathered 402 maples in the doubles and 368 in singles for a count of 1,170. Espey Death on Records. QCCIDENTAL’S Eddy Espey has the honor of having aided two teams to equal tournament records. Wednesday night he shot 395 with the Balboa quint that tied the mark of 1,809 in class B. Espey is holding third place in class A singles with 396. Combining sets of 306 and 318 respectively, Tom Cones and Bill < Ward of Mount Rainier assumed tho lead in class F doubles, With 741, Hokie Smith and Dutch Newman are third in class A doubles while Astor Clarke and Joe Harrison, another Occidental pair, are fifth with 723. Clarke's 387 was his high set of the tournament. For consistency the rolling of E. S. Coffman of the War Department League is the tops. He shot 297 in team, doubles and singles. A change in classification has given the Delecarlia team of the War De partment second place in class E with 1,547. The Mount Rainier League will top off its season tonight with a blow out at Smith's Tavern at Brentwood. Girls Can’t Get l’p Team. 'T'HE competition is tight but th€ scoring generally mediocre in the women's championships at Convention Hail. There was no score worthy of . more than passing attention rolled last night. The noted doubles com bination of Evelyn Ream and Billie Butler rolled a mere 610, which was typical of the evening's performances. This is an open night in the tourna ment which will be resumed Monday. Tournament officials requests th« entrants to watch The Star dally foi the schedule, in w’hich a number of revisions have been made. CLOSE ONE TO DEVITT . Zinkievich's Home Run Is Edge in 12-11 Defeat of Riders. Blasting four hurlers for 11 hits, Devitt Prep trounced Roosevelt, 12-11, in a slugging bee yesterday at Roose ‘velt Stadium. Although nicked but for seven safeties, Silverman’s effec tive pitching nearly was nullified bj the slipshod work of his Devitt team mates. Adam Zinkievich rapped out 8 home run as Devitt rallied to tallj eight runs in the last two innings. Roosevelt. AB H.O.A. Devitt. AB H. O.A Tree an.lt 4 o 0 O N eent.Jlb 4 0 14 Maxll.lt 1 o 0 I* H'ym'n.rf 6 1 o f, Weber.cf. 1 O 1 II P'son.c.lb 4 2 6 0 G C'l'y.2b 3 1 4 .'I H rdy cf.c 4 15 1 G'd 2b .'lb 1 n ii *> Z'tch.lb p 6 2 16 5 H agan.ss 4 n il 2 C'land.2b 6 3 14 Miller.rf 4 II 1 O Askin.ss ft 1 2 u Bauer.ri i 0 0 0 1 3 Bailey.lb. 4 2 7 0 10 P'h'r.l-2b nolo F.C'ley.cf 3 •» 3 o Sil n.il-lb 4 110 K'snett.rf o •• o o . R's'n.2b p 3 1 o 3 Green.c 2 1ft <• Grier.c tl n 4 1 Bl ndon P 0 o o 1 Ansell.p o o o .o . Bowers.p 1 1 0 1 Totals 30 7 27 11 Totals 41 11 27 lfl Roosevelt _ 002 202 303—11 * Devitt Prep _120 OKI 053—12 Runs—Greer.. Silverman. Bailey <3\ Robertson. Miller. G Coakley. HannaRan, F Coakley. Pitcher, Nugent <2>. Hayman, Paterson <2>. Hardy 12). Zinkievich I2». Cleveland 42). Silverman. Home run— Zinkievich. Fights Last Night By the Associated Press. LOUISVILLE. Ky.—Barney Ross 142, Chicago, world welterwelghl champion, knocked out Chuck Woods 148’i, Detroit (5), non-title; Ceci1 Payne, 136^, Louisville, outpointed Dominic Mancini, 139, Pittsburgh (8). NEW HAVEN, Conn—A1 Gainer, 175, New Haven, stopped John Ander son, 175. Sweden (10). FARGO. N. D—Angelo Puglisl 156',a. Duluth, Minn., outpointed Jack Charvez, 167, Topeka, Kans. (8). HOLLYWOOD. Calif —Boby Pacho 140. Los Angeles, stopped Frankie Wallace, 137>/2, Cleveland (8). SAN DIEGO.—Ace Cozzens, 168, Wyoming, knocked out Henry Firpo, 168, Louisville, Ky. (2). TAMPA, Fla.—Baby Miller. 137, Tampa, knocked out Joey Zodda, 13412, New York (8). BASE BALL , Washington vs. St. Louis AMERICAN LEAGUE PARK Tickets at Park, 9 A.M.