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Columbia's Oarsmen Roul Navy's Crews In Severn Races Varsity, Jayvees, Frosh Win Going Away Over l'/i-Mile Course By the Associated Press. ANNAPOLIS. Md., April 27.—Co lumbia University crews swept the Severn River today, defeating Navy oarsmen in varsity, junior varsity and freshman races. Columbia’s long layback stroke had a telling effect over the Navy’s abrupt rhythm as all the Blue and White crews jumped into tha lead at the start and finished all 1H mile races going away. Columbia’s varsity finished ahead Of Navy's crew with better than open water, completing the course in the good time of 7 minutes 533s seconds against the midshipmen’s 7 minutes 593s seconds. Keeping their pace low through out the race, the Lions stepped up their pace to 40 strokes a minute in the last sprint and cut away from Navy by better than a length and a quarter, although Navy met its opponents’ pace. Columbia Away in Lead. Columbia had taken a slight edge • t the start as both crews got off with a pace of 36. Columbia held its pace to 34 at the mile, while Navy pulled up to 36. Columbia was leading by a quar ter length at the mile and a quar ter mark as both crews hit 35. With a quarter-mile to go. Navy made its last stab by pulling up almost even with the Columbia shell as both crews hit 38, but the visitors bit into the water and upped their pace steadily to shoot ahead. The Columbia jayvees set the pattern for the varsity shell by cut ting across the finish line with a two-length lead, coming down the course in 7 minutes 562s seconds to top Navy's second boat by 8 seconds. Lions’ Freshmen Star. Columbia's crack freshman crew had an easy time disposing of the ragged Navy plebe crew and came In by better than three lengths. The Columbia frosh moved easily down the course in 8 minutes ll2-3 sec onds. while the plebes finished in 8 minutes 27 seconds. Boatings: Columbia Varsity—Bow. Oaffron: 5. H. Rammer: 3 Grunow; 4. Wheeler; ft. C. Froehlich: 6. Perrson; 7. Morgan; stroke. Premd: cox. Fraser. Naw Varsity—Bow. Kinney: 2. Lucian. 8. Wheeler: 4. Anderson: ft. House: 6. Pride: 7. Peters; stroke. Cuccias: cox. Hancock. Columbia Junior Varsity—Bow. Keutgen: 2. Smith. 3, Brose: 4. Winter: 5. Cordes: 6. Webster: 7. Bower: stroke. Gibbon;' cox Kaufmann. Navy Junior Varsity—Bow. Lanlman: 2. Carr: 3- Clark. 4 Alward; ft. Leloper; 6. Cross: 7. Conrey: stroke. O'Sullivan; •ox, Davenport. Columbia Freshmen—Bow. Schlossman: 2. E Remmer: 3. Sandick 4. Common: ft. Luhrs: 6. Timm: 7, O'Neill: stroke. Loweth: cox. Jackson Navy Plebes—Bow, Daniel: 2. Van Ness: 8 Childs; 4- Rechen: ft. Womeldorf: 6. HollnweH: 7. McCauley; stroke. Rice; cox. Bradf.eld. American U. Nine Loses Fifth Straight Game By the Associated Press. WESTMINSTER. Md., April 27.— Limited to one hit for the second time this season, American Uni versity’s baseball team dropped its fifth straight decision here today, losing to Western Maryland, 10-0, as Newby collected the only hit off the Green Terrors’ Lodge. The Eagles, held to one hit in their last game, with Georgetown, contributed seven errors. American U. West Maryland. AB. H. O. A. AB H. O. A Edm'd.2b 4 0 14 H n'm'n.cf 4 10 0 T'c'h'r.3b 4 0 0 4 Bills.2b 2 0 10 Schulze ss 3 0 2 2 Evans.2b toll Newby.c 3 17 0 Stropp. lb 4 3 7 2 M'r'sn.cf 3 0 3 0 Linton.rf 4 2 10 Herbold rf 2 0 10 Trb't’n.rf 10 0 0 Prtce.3b 1 0 o o Smith.If 4 12 0 Jb'n'sky.rf 2 0 0 0 Eit'eTd.lf 0 0 0 0 Fellows lb 3 0 10 o Sturm.ss 4 0 11 goykln P 1 0 0 0 Ryan.ss 0 0 0 0 ITh'rd rf 1 0 0 0 Bricker.c 4 1 12 o •Wlttig 1 0 0 0 Phl!Iips.3b 4 2 1 0 Lodge.p 4 2 13 Totals 2« "7 24 71 Totals 36 12 27 7 •Batted for Boykin In Pth. American IT. - 000 000 000— 0 West Maryland - 120 024 lOx—10 Runs—Honeman. 2: Bills. 2; Stropp. 2: Bricker 1; Phillips. 2: Lodge. 1. Errors —Edmond. 2; Thatcher. 2: Schulze. 2: Newby. Rvan. Bricker. Runs hatted In— Stropp. Linton. Lodge. Honeman Phillips. Two-base hits—8tropp. Lodge Three-base hits—Bricker. Phillips. Double plays— Lodge. Stropp to Sturm. Left on bases— American. 2: West Maryland. 6. Bases or. balls—Off Lodge. 1: Boykin. 4 Struck cut—By Lodge. 11: by Boykin 3. Wild SItches—Boyskin. 2. Umpires—Messrs, ushman and Miller. Plebe Tracksters Rout Maryland Freshmen By the Associated Press. ANNAPOLIS; Md., April 27.—Navy plebe trackmen won six out of seven track events and five out of six field events to ride over the Uni versity of Maryland freshmen to day. 891a to 27si. Mile run—Won by BuckwaUer Plebes; Second. Goode- Plebes; third, Klhn, Mary land. Time. 4:44 3. 440-yard run—Won bv Mason. Plebes: second. Devlin. Maryland: third. Ayers. Plebes. Time, :52. 100-yard dash—Won bv Chacos. Mary land: second. Zoeller, Plebes: third. Hen nessey. Plebes Time. :10.4 120-yard hieh hurdle*—Won by New kin. Plebes: second. Devlin, plebe* third. Leonbeurger. Maryland. Time. :10R. SSOlyard run—Won by John*tnn. Plebes: second. Harry. Maryland; third. Leehey. Plebes. Time. 2:04S 220-yard dash—Won by Zoeller Plebes. second. Chacos. Maryland: third. McQuade. Plebes. Time. :23.4 220-yard low hurdles—Won bv Newlon, Plebes: second. Smith. Plebes; third. Dev lin. Plebes. Time. :20.5 Shot put—Won bv Flathmann. Plehes; aecond. Conrad. Maryland; third. Dunlap. Maryland. Distance. 40 feet inches. ’ Pole vault—Tie for first end second be tween Ogden and Danna. Plebes: tie for third between Robertson. Plebes. and Mer rlken. Maryland. Height. 10 feet 6 inches. High Jump—Won by Gilmore, Maryland: tie for second between 3esche and Weed lun. Plebes. and Port. Maryland. Height. 6 feet 1 inch. Discus throw — Won by Flathmann. Plebes: second. Harrell. Plebes: third. Dunlap. Maryland. Distance. 125 feet 6 inches. Javelin throw — Won by Sincavlch, Plebes: second. Danner. Plebes: third. Bu ■lck Plebes. Distance. 15R feet 2 inches. Broad Jump—Won by Newlon, Plebes; second. Wleland. Plebes: third. Bustck. plebes. Distance. 21 feet 1 inch. Colorado Track Team Regains Relays Title Br the Associated Press. BOULDER, Colo., April 27.— Colorado’s Big Seven Conference champions captured three first places to win back the Colorado re lays titles with 20 points at Norlin Stadium today. Kansas State of the Big six. which took this championship from Colorado last year, finished second with 14 points, winning the half mil* relay and picking up second plao* ribbons in the 440-yard run and two-mile relays and the one mile team race. Ringer Flippers To Form Club Horseshoe fans of Metropoli tan Washington, looking to the biggest season in the history of the sport hereabout, will meet to morrow night at The Star Sports Department to lay the ground work of a ciub. All horseshoe pitchers are In vited. The meeting will open at 8:30 o’clock. Terp Stickmen Trim Penn State Team Easily, 7 to 3 Mueller, Who Gets Quick Goal, Leads Terps With Trio of Markers By the Associated Press. STATE COLLEGE, Pa., April 27. Jack Mueller, playing at the second defense position for Maryland, took individual honors today in the Terps’ 7-to-3 victory over Penn State's lacrosse team. He made the first score of the game in 2:25, tallied again in the second quarter, and broke an 11 minute no scoring period with an other goal in the third. It was the Nittany Lions’ fifth loss in six starts. Riddell, in the opening period, and Co-captains Buser and Ritter in the last, made the Penn State goals. Maryland played without the services of Jordan Sexton and Oscar Nevares, two of its ace regular at tack men, and took matters easily at all times. Pos. Maryland (7). Penn State (3). G. _Kelly _ Saler P. _• L. Mueller _ Carter C. P_Graham _Drake F. D_Mulitr _ Sharp S. D. J. Mueller _ Price C. _Cole _G Ritter S A. Slesinger _ J. Ritter F A. .. Garett _ Buser O H... McGregor _ Riddell I. H Bond _ Dattelbaum Score by periods: Maryland . _ 2 2 2 1—7 Penn State _ _ 1 0 0 2—3 Goals—Maryland. J. Mueller (3). Bond (2). McGregor. Slesinger; Penn State. Rid dell Buser G. Ritter. Substitutions—Maryland. Grier. Wide ner. Allen Hewitt. Lawrence: Penn 8tate, Yudin Hess Cicak. Chelly. Henning. Referee—Fred Martin <Syracuse). Judge of play—Frank Fiore (Syracuse). Harvard Crews Bag All Four Races in Rowe Regatta Syracuse Gains Second Place in Varsity Test, With M.l.T. Third B? the Associated Press. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 27.— Harvard's varsity crew, which ap pears 10 seconds slower than at this early stage last season, paced the Crimson fleet to a clean sweep to day in the four-event Rowe Memori al Regatta on the Charles River. The Crimson rowed away from its rivals in the feature and crossed the finish line more than a length and a half ahead of Syracuse. The Crim son's time for the Henley distance of a mile and five-sixteenths, rowed under almost perfect conditions, was 6 minutes, 56 seconds, 10 seconds over the course record. Syracuse had a difficult task gain ing the place from a determined M. I. T. eight. The other varsity times were Syracuse, 7:02.08; M. I. T„ 7:03.4, and Boston University, 7:22.2. The Harvard and Syracuse “Jay vees” rowed almost bow-to-bow un til the last sixteenth, where the Crimson cut loose with a drive that carried its shell over the line a half length ahead of the Orange Sweep ers. M. I. T. was another quarter length back in third place and Bos ton U. 20 lengths in the rear. The times were: Harvard. 7:14; Syracuse, 7:16; M. I. T., 7:17, and Boston, 8:40. Syracuse remained out of the freshman race, which Harvard won with a quarter-length to spare on M. I. T. while turning the Henley distance in 7:10.4, an even second faster than the M, I. T. youngsters. The Boston University entry was 12 lengths back and finished in 8:07.5. Washington Stickmen Score 5-0 Triumph Over Generals Registering three goals In the first period, the Washington Athletic Association lacrosse team scored a 5-0 victory over Washington and Lee University yesterday at Central High Stadium. The local team easily whipped North Carolina here last week. Sparked by Milt Roberts, who scored two goals in the first period, Washington A. A. stickmen never were threatened by the co-cham pions of the Dixie League, the Gen erals making only one substitution and taking numerous time outs as a result. Washington A. A. substituted freely after compiling its early lead and displayed some of its best form of the season. High School Net Series Slate Fully Drawn Dates and sites of the remaining matches in the high school tennis series were announced last nighfa Matches will be played on either the Rock Creek or Potomac Park courts, with competition scheduled to end on May 29. The schedule: May 1—Central vs. Wilson. Rock Creek. 8—Tech vs. Roosevelt. Rock Creek; Western vs. Wilson. Potomac Park. 16—Central vs. Roosevelt. Rock Creek; Tech vs. Western. Potomac Park. 22—Roosevelt vs. Wilson. Rock Creek;. Central vs. Western. Potomac Park. 21)—Central vs. Tech. Potomas Park; Western vs. Roosevelt. Rock Creek. Softballers Under Way The Silver Spring Community Center Softball League will start play this morning at 10:30. Eight teams are in the league. Navy Nine Nosed Out, But Lacrosse Ten Conquers Yale Ball Team Drops Sixth In Seven Games as Tar Heels Win, 2-1 . ■y the Associated Press. ANNAPOLIS. Md„ April 37.— Navy lost a tough ball game to North Carolina here today, 1-3, but stopped Yale's winning streak at lacrosse, 11 to S. The game was a pitcher’s battle all the way as Carolina’s south paw, George Ralston, yielded five hits and Navy’s sophomore hurler, Norman Smith allowed six. The Midshipmen’s lone run came in the eighth when Ralph Anderson tripled and came home on Pinch Hitter Harold Harwood’s infield out. Carolina's first score came when Ralston singled in the third, got to second on an infield out, and made third on«an error, then came home on Jim Mallory's long out field fly. The winners scored again in the eighth when George Stirnwelss rap ped out a double, made third on an infield out, and scampered home on Jones’ outfield fly. N. Caro. AB.H. O. A. Navy ABHOA Topktns.ss 4 2 14 Clark.3b. 4 110 Matties.If 2 0 2 0 Blue.2b. 3 0 12 8t'nw's.2b 4 16 4 Niles,cf 4 0 3 0 Mallory cf 3 110 Werner.lf 4 O 2 0 Jones.rf 2 0 10 Wallace.lb 3 0 1.3 O Br’wn'g.lb 4 014 0 Brafd.rf 3 10 0 Rich.3b_. 4 10 1 And’r’n.c 3 17 1 Myers.c 4 0 2 1 Blount.ss .2 0 0 0 Ralston,D 4 113 W’dson.ss O O 0 •> Smith, p .3 2 0 6 •Harwood 1000 tPalconer 10 0 0 Totals 31 6 27 13 Totals 31 6 27 10 • Batted for Blount In eighth, t Batted for Blue In ninth. North Carolina _ 001 000 010—2 Navy _ _ _ 000 000 010—1 Runs—Stirnweiss. Ralston. Anderson. Errors—Rich. Blue. Runs batted in— Mallory Jones. Harwood. Two-base hits —Brafford, Rich. Stirnweiss Three-base hit—Anderson Sacrifices—Mallory. Jones (21. Bases on balls—Off 8mith. 1. Struck out—By Smith. 4; by Ralston. 2. Double plays—Stirnweiss (unassisted). Ralston to Browning. Left on bases—North Carolina. 0: Navy. 3 Hit by pitcher—By Smith (Mathes). Umpires — Messrs. Brockman and Sipple. Time of game—1:35. Stickmen Get Early Lead. Navy took a 5-to-l lead in the first half in the lacrosse game and used many reserves in the latter part of the tilt. Pos. Yale (5) Navy (11) 0. _Dun _ Creecy P. .. Bittey _ Bergner C. P. .Cole _ Gillette F D. . .Hopgood _Merdinaer S. D._ Ott _ Wiley C. _Madden _Moore S. A...Brooks _ Seaman FA... Dell _ Hedrick O H... Sweeny _ Wier 1. H Bolton _Refo Score by periods: Yale _ 1 0 2 2—5 Navy _ . 1 4 4 2—11 Yale scoring—Dell (2). Sweeny (2). Ott. Navy scoring—Refo (3). Fox (3), Cren shaw (2), Howard Antle. Shaffer. Substitutions — Yale. Hicks.- Sherman. Waldman. Gill. Boyce. Ocumpaugh. Ham ilton. Navy: Randall. Weems. Green. Graham. Kelley Rowney. Crenshaw. Bul flnch. Shaffer. Rubel. King. Fox. Carter, Antle. Howard. Little Hoyas Conquer Baltimore Loyola At Tennis, 6-3 Georgetown’^ Prep's tennis team won its second match in as many days yesterday, taking the measure of the crack Loyola team from Balti more by a 6-3 count on the Garrett Park courts. Loyola won the No. 1 singles match when Tewes defeated “Snooks” Titus in a marathon. 6—4. 13—11, but the Nos. 5 and 6 singles were the only others to fall Uf the visitors. Summaries: * Sinales—Tewes (Loyola) defeated Titus, fi—4, 13—11; 8. Barret (Prep) deleated Cricker. 8—2. 8—2; R. Barrett (Prep) de feated Duastns. 8—2. 8—3; Gannon iPrep) defeated Bordelman. 8—0. 8—1; Lacy (Loyola) defeated Tobin. S—7. 8—4. 8—4; Krejel (Loyola) defeated Byrne, 8—:t. 8—2. Doubles—Titus and 8 Barrett (Prep) defeated Tewes and Lacy. 8—0. 4—-8. 8—4; Gannon and R. Barrett (Prep) deflated Bordelman and Cricker. 8—1. 8—3; Tobin and Byrne (Prep) defeated DuKitos and Krejel, 8—4, 8—0. Drake Summaries Mile relay (class A. high school)—Cen tral of Duluth, Minn. (Jo^n Ingersoll, Morrie Nordean. Bob ForsytlT Bob Lund), first; Lincoln. Des Moines, second; East Des Moines, third: Marshall, Minneapolis. Minn., fourth. Time. 3:16.6. University 4-mile relay—Won by Indi ana (Hedges. Daniels, Tolliver. Kane); second. Michigan: third. Minnesota: fourth, Oklahoma A. G. M.; fifth. Wisconsin. Time. 17:44. University 480-yard shuttle high hurdle relay (final)—Won by Texas (Baggett, Jaques. Pack. Gategood); second. Louisi ana State: third. Illinois; fourth, Mar quette: fifth, Michigan. Time. 1:00.1 (ties Drake relays record by Emporia, Kans.. Teachers in 1938). College 2-mile relay—Won by George Pepperdlne, Los Angeles (Russell. Pruitt, Summers. Lovvorn). second, Emporia, Kans.. Teachers; third. Pittsburg. Kans., Teachers: fourth. Coe; fifth, Western Il linois Teachers. Time. 7:55. University 440-yard relay—Won by Texas (Seay. Gatewood. Roberts, Rams dell); second. Rice Institute: third. Texas A. At M.: fourth. Minnesota; fifth. Mar quette. Time. 0:41.8. University 2-mlle relay—Won by Michi gan (Barrett. Kautx. Jester. Hogan); sec ond. Indiana: third. Notre Dame; fourth, Illinois; fifth, Marquette. Time. 7:50.1. 440-yard hurdles (final)—Won by Coch ran (Ind ); second. Kelley (Mich.): third. Bungell (L. S. U.); fourth. Foy( Kans.); fifth. Boles (W. U.). Time, 0:53.3. University half-mile relay—Won by Texas (Seay. Gatewood. Roberts. Rams dell); second. Rice Institute; third. Okla homa; fourth. Texas A. Ac M.; fifth, Notre Dame. Time, 1:26.7. College mile relay (final)—Won by Ok lahoma Baptist University (Brittman. Ty ler. Watson. Westbrook); second. Loyola (Chicago); third. Pralrieview. Tex., Col lege; foufth. Pittsburgh. Kans.. State Teachers; fifth, Emporia, Kans., State Teachers. Time. 3:19.4. College mile relay (final)—won by East Texas State Teachers (Morris. Lowry, Beaman. Cook); second. Southwest Texas State Teachers; third. Iowa State Teach ers; fourth, Pomona: fifth, Wichita Uni versity.. Time, 3:18.3. University mile relay (ftnal)—Won by Michigan (Barnard. Leutritz. Balyeat, Brel denbach); second. Louisiana State Uni versity; third, Notre Dame; fourth, Pur due; fifth, Minnesota. Time. 3:16. 120-yard high hurdles—Won by Wolcott (Rice Institute); second, Gatewood (Tex.); third. Drelss (Tex. A and M.): fourth, Gil liland (L. 8. U.); fifth, Laguens (L. 8. U.». Time, 14.3 seconds. 100 yard dash—Won by Ewell (Penn State); second, Brown (L. 8. U); third, Wolcott (Rice Institute): fourth. Littler (Nebr.); fifth Piker (Northwestern). Time, 9.0 seconds. Shot-put—Won by Harris (Ind.), 48 feet 9V« inches; second, Paskvan (Wis.), 48 feet 8& Inches; third. Dillon (Drake), 48 feet % inch; fourth. Weber (Purdue), 47 feet 10 Inches; fifth, Brosey (Notre Dame). 47 feet 4Vh Inches. High Jump—Won by Canham (Mich.). 6 feet 4*4 inches; Boydston (Oklahoma A. and M.). Schnacke (Iowa State) and Smith (Northwestern) tied for second at 6 feet 4 inches; fifth, Deval (L. S. U.)> 6 feet 2 Inches. Javelin throw—Won by Vukmanic (Penn State), 213.79 feet; second, Grote (Nebr.), 204.11 feet: third. Vosberg (Marquette), 202.25 feet: fourth. Waldram (Mo.), 105.42 feet; fifth, Smith (Tex. A. and M.). 191 feet. Pole vault—Won by Bryan (Tex.). 14 feet ,4 inch: Stalberg (Marquette). Bunsen (8an Jose State), Hunt (Nebr.) and Hig gins (Mo.) tied, for second. 13 feet 8 inches (new Drake record; eld record, 13 jeet ^gjnchss. to wane of Northwestern BEST IN SHOW—Thora von Bern of Giralda, German shepherd, owned by Mrs. Grace Rockefeller Dodge of Madison, N. J., which won top honors in Alexandria. Kehoe (Continued From Page E-l.) start of their romp and whipped him with 35 yards to spare. Maryland also had a "rooting” in terest in the javelih throw which was won by Bill Guckeyson, West Pointer and Old Line alumnus. Guckeyson, celebrating his first liberty from the post in 21 months, heaved the spear 203 feet 4'/2 inches despite an in jured elbow. Catholic University’s mile quartet turned in a scintillating run in cap turing the Mason-Dixon race with Jim Milks’ opening quarter and Johnny Weschler’s third quarter featuring their work. Johnny Doyle, running anchor, also made the most of a lead given to him at the start of the final quarter, but their com bined efforts were necessary to make up ground lost by Charley O'Keefe on the second leg. The special mile i run was a bitter closing disappoint ! ment. Walter Mehl, sandy-haired Wis ' consin star, won it in the laborious ! time of 4:25.8. staving off Chuck Fenske's finishing kick and out running Gene Venzke. They ran the first quarter in 70 seconds, the half in 2:22 and tlfe three-quarters in 3:30. Fully aware it wouldn’t even see a fast race, much less a record per formance, the crowd audibly ex | pressed its disappointment at the end of the first lap. r»ew marKs Are set. The first record of the afternoon fell to Bob Bennett of Maine, who heaved the 16-pound hammer 175 feet iy2 Inches, breaking the 17 year-old mark hung up by Fred Tootel of Bowdoin. North Texas Teachers, shut out In the opening day's program, came back with a record half-mile relay run of 1 minute 25.4 seconds. , Yale ran the 480-yard shuttle hurdles in 1 minute 8-10 seconds for another new record and Ford ham hung up a class B mile mark of 3:18.2. Ross of Army cleared the pole at 14 feet 2% inches for a new pole vault record. Seton Hall’s fresh man mile team established a new time of 3:18.9 in its class. Cahoon to Coach Pros MILWAUKEE, April 27 UP).—Ivan (Tiny) Cahoon, former Green Bay Packer tackle and at present coach of Monmouth College, has been named coach of the newly organized Milwaukee team, which is in the American Professional League. Washington College Nails Jinx to Whip, Maryland, 3 to 1 Copple Twice Retires Side on Strike outs In Piling Up Dozen By the Associated Press. CHESTERTOWN, Md„ April 27.— Washington College broke a Jinx of long standing today and' topped the Man;land baseball team 3 to 1 behind the 5 hit pitching cj Lefty Adis Copple. Copple. fanned 12 and save for the fourth inning,- when England was safe on Bush's error and scored on Keller's double, the Washington pitcher never was in trouble. In two innings he retired the side on strikeouts. Washington ’ matched Maryland's fourth-inning score in its half of the same frame. Bremer -singled and stole second, went to third as Wharton juggled Everett's grounder and scored when Bums threw wild ly to third in an attempted pick off. The Shoremen went ahead in the fifth. Schuerhold swung at a third strike but the ball got away from Barns and he was safe on first. Bush moved him to second and he stole third as Bums held a low pitch. Selby singled him across the plate. In the sixth, Washington added its third and last run as Bremer was safe on Duval’s error, stole second, took third on Wharton’s er ror on Copple’s grounder and sec ond on Feter’s single. M'ryl'nd AB.H. O. A. W'sh't'n. AB.H. O. A. B'ng'ea.3b 4 0 0 2 K rd sh.ss 4 114 M'D'ld.2b 4 111 Stevens.cf 4 0 0 0 Dwyer, rf 1 0 0 0 Bremer.c 4 112 1 Keller.lf 3 14 0 Ev'r'tt.Sb 4 0 0 3 Duvall.lb 4 2 9 0 Copple.D 4 12 1 Burns.c .4 0 6 1 Fetter.lb 4 2 5 0 Culver.cf 2 0 10 Sch'r'Iz.lf 4 0 2 0 Wh'rt’n.is 3 0 2 0 Bush.Cb 2 0 4 0 Hunt.p 2 0 0 4 Selby,rf_ 3 110 Engl’nd.rf 2 12 0 •Rudy 10 0 0 Vannals.p 0 0 0 1 Totals 30 5 24 9 Totals 331) ini) • Batted for Hunt In seventh. Maryland _ 000 100 000—1 Washington - 000 111 OOx—3 Runs—England. Bremer (2). Schuerholz. Errors—Bush. Wharton (2). Burns. Duvall. Bengoechea. Runs batted in—Selby. Two base hits—Keller. Stolen bases—Bremer <21. Culver. Schuerholz. Sacrifices—Bush. Double plays—Kardash to Bush to Fetter. BaseR nn balls—Off Copple. 2. Struck out—By Hunt. 4: by Vannais. 1: by Copple. 12. Hits—OB Hunt. 5 in 0 innings: off Vannais. 1 in 2 innings. Hit by pitcher— By Copple (Keller), by Copple (England). Umpires—Messrs. Horsey and Legates. Penn Relay Meet Results College half-mile relay—Won by North Texas Teachers (W. Williams, O. Hicks, J. Jackson. E. Rogers); second. Pittsburgh; third, Xavier; fourth, New York University. Time.gl :25.4 (new records). (Former rec ord. 825.0. held by Pittsburgh. 1939.) College mile relays; _ First race (Mason-Dixon Conference)— Won by Catholic (J. Milks. C. O'Keefe. J. Weschler. J, Doyle); second, Delaware; third Washington: Fourth, American. Time. 3:28.3. Second race—Won by West Chester Teachers (W. Maurer, D. Cummings, J. Moore, J. Oormley): second. Franklin and Marshal: third. Rochester; fourth, Muhlen berg. Time. 3:28.8. Third race—Won by Rider (J. Drake, C. Elston, F. Martin, S. Gillard); second. Bloomsbury Teachers; third. La Salle Col lege: fourth. Howard. Time. 3:31.5. Fourth race—Won by St. John’s. Brook lyn (F. Timmes, W. Osborne. A. Schutz. V. Bovino): second. Rutgers; third. Lincoln; fourth. City College of New York. Time, 3:23.4. Fifth race—Won by Seton Hall (A. Lukls, P. Wilson, W. Slack. C. Linskl); second, St. Francis, Brooklyn; third. Vlllanova; fourth, Bucknell. Time, 3:22.7. Sixth race—Won by Wayne (R. Wingo, D. Ainsworth. R. Wasklewicz. C. Doan); second. Tuskegee: third. Lafayette: fourth, Washington and Lee. Time. 3:24.7. Teachers' College one-mile relay—Won by Hampton (W. Furcron. J. Griffin, T. Childs. S. Washington); second. Michigan Normal: third. Bloomsburg; fourth, Tus kegee. Time, 3:22.5. Four-mile college relay—Won by Mary land (T. Fields, R. Condon. J. Kehoe. M. Chronister); second. Manhattan: third. New York University: fourth, Michigan State. Time. 17:44.8. One-mile college relay (class B)—Won by Fordhsm (R. Dorland, R. Winn. H. Bennett. W Wallace): second. Pittsburgh; thlrdT St. John's. Brooklyn; fourth. Seton Hall. Time. 3:18.2 (new record'. (Old record. 3:19 3, set by University of Mary land. 1939.) Two-mile college relay—Won by Mary land (A. Miller. Chronister. G. Ochens relter. J. ltehoe': second. New York Uni versity: third. Ohio State; fourth. Mich igan Normal Time. 7:48.4. 480-yard shuttle hurdle relay—Won by I1 ViiS'n^W; Tem ple. Time, 1:00.8 (new record, ties Anter lean record of Ohio University). (Old relay, 1.01. set by Virginia In 1938.) One-mile championship college relay— Won by New York University (J. Mc Poland. 8. Braun. H. Bogrow. J. Herbert): second. North Texas Teachers; third, Georgetown; fourth. Pittsburgh. Time, olln.l. High school one-mile relay—Won by Bishop Loughlin. Brooklyn (F. Keane I. Schmidt, w. Lindsay, w. Molloy): second. Washington ID. C.) Central: third. Hlll J : „f0“rt,h Overbrook. Philadel ,Et>uals relay record set 1939 bY Altoona (Pa.) High School.) „ 1-mile run—Won by Walter Mehl. of Wisconsin: second. Chuck Penske. CiiyCOnTimet41:25.8Gene Venlk*' N'W Y°rk High jump—Won by Joshua Williamson. %avier, B feet 4 inches: second, Arthur Byrnes, Manhattan. 6 feet 2% Inches; third. David McDowell. Pittsburgh. 6 feet 2 Vi Inches Broad jump—Won by Don Blount. Dart mouth. 25 feet % inch: second. Walter Arrington. Michigan 8tate. 23 feet 11% inches; third, Lester Murdock, Cornell, 23 £ inches; fourth, Anson Perlna, 23 feet 3 Inches. Javelin throw—Won by John W. Guck eyson, Army 203 feet 4% inches; second. Edward Hahnfeldt. Navy. 202 feet 2 inches; third. Albert Mikeska, North Texas Teachers. 197 feet 11 inches; fourth. Sey mour Cohen. Franklin and Marshall. 190 feet: fifth. John Armstrong, Shlppensburg Teachers. 183 feet 6 inches. Hammer throw—Won by Robert Ben nett. Maine. 176 feet 2% inches; second. Stanley Johnson. Maine, 171 feJt 8% Inches; third. Matthew Flaherty. New Hampshire. 170 feet 6% inches; fourth. John McLaughry. Brown. 158 feet 8% Inches: fifth. David Davis. Princeton. 154 feet 10 Inches, (new record) Old record 174 feet 5 inches, set by Fred Tootel, Bowdoin College. 1923. Pole vault—won by Ralph N. Ross, Army. 14 feet 2% Inches; second. Thomas A. Lussen, Yale. 13 feet 6 Inches; third. Doyle Rhoads. Pittsburgh. 13 feet 6 inches; fourth Michael Llnta. Ohio State. 13 feet (new record), (former record. 14 feet 1% Inches. Keith 8. Brown, Yale. 1935). . Invitation 100-yard dash—Won by XI lerbe. Tuskegee Institute: second. Welby Williams. North Texas Teachers; third. Joan Maher. Villa nova; fourth. David Law yer. Hew York University. Time. 0:09.8. TOT GROUP. Chihuahuas. Winner’s do*—Mrs. H. V. Donnell’s Hill's Pee Wee. Best of breed—Mrs. Donnell's Phoenix Chico. Pekinxese. Winner’s do* and best of breed—Mrs. Richard S. Quigley's Rememham Derri of Orchard. Winner's bitch—Mrs. Murray Brooks’ Dusky Princess of Tien Hia, Miniature Pinschers. Winner's bitch and best of breed—Mrs. W. A. Atkins' Minnie Mouse of HUxerville. Pomeranians. Winner's do*—Ernest W. 8harland's Dromore Diamond King. Winner’s bitch—Mrs. C. K. Corbin’s Sahib's Little Lolly. Best of breed—Mrs. Vincent Motto's Ch. Perfect Girl of Chasmont. Toy Manchester Terriers. Winner's dog—Myra A. Habicht’s Rus sell's Myra’s Quarter Winner’s bitch—M. Habicht's Princess Tiny Tot. _Bes' of breed—Frank Habicht's Russell's Choice's Double. Bulldogs. Winner's do* and best of breed—George M. Beckett's Dour Dimboola Winner's bitch—J. H. Henderson. Jr.’s Shire Cress Nellie. Irish Setters. Winner’s dog—C. F. Neilson's Rosecroft Premier. , Winner's bitch—Knightscroft Kennels' Rosecroft Mary. Best of breed—O W Ewalt's Ch. Loch Laven Bucaneer OFlynn Gordon Setters. Winner's dog—George W. von Osthoff's Brenda of Serlwav Best of breed—Von Osthoff's Ch. Down side Bonnie of -Serlway English Setters. Winner's dog—R M. McORse’s Rummy Bov of Stagboro. Winner's bitch—Dietrich and Gambrlll's Rock's IJesire of Deeangee Best of breed—C. N. Myer's Ch. Blue Bar Limited. French Bulldogs. Winner's dog and best of breed—H. 8. Christman's La France Prince Gamin Winner's bitch—H. S Christman's Way mar Surette. vruiucn ncvrre»Pr». Best of breed—M. S. Crosby's Otte'shaw Speculation. * Cocker Spaniels (English Type). Winner's dog and best of variety— Giralda Farm's Glralda Colourful of Ware. Winner's bitch—Geralda Farm's Giral da s Lady Golightly of Ware. English Springer Spaniels. Winner'* dog—Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Gudgeons Ganaline Sport. Winner's bitch—Good Fellowship Ken nels’ Good FellowshlD Ruffles. Best of breed—Paul Q. Quay'* Ch. Show man of Shotton. Boxers. Winner’s dog—Mrs. H H. McHugh's Top Notcher of Barmere. Winner's bitch—Barmere Kennel*’ Mira V. Maquardstein of Barmere. Best of breed—John Phelps Wagner's Ch. Utz von Dom Bedlington Terriers. _ Winner’s dog—Col. P. v. G. Mitchell’* Fugitive of Rowanoaks Best of breed—Col. Mitchell's Ch. Tar ragona of Rowanoaks. Chesapeake Retrievers. Winner's dog—W. T. Waugh, jr.'s Native Shore .Drake. Best of breed—William E. Gamble's Ch. Pine Ridge King Boston Terriers. Winner's dog and best of breed—Miss Dell Watere’s Rockfeller s Progress Jr. Winner’s bitch—Anna Grifflng's Grlf flng s Little Miracle. OBEDIENCE TRIAL CLASS. Novice A—First. Hilda P. Sheelei»s Moby Dick V. (Cocker Spanieli. 86 points out of possible 100: second. L. Wilson Davis’ Blue Freckles of Rockboro (English Set ter): third, Yvonne and John Rood's Black Spot (Dalmatian). Novice B—First. Mrs. William R. Comp ton's Nila of Rithland (German Shep herd). 73 points of possible 100. Open A—First. Dr. Charles B. Berto let’s Crum Creek Czar. C. D. (Sealyham Terrier). 223 points of possible 250; sec ond. Radella Kennels' Rita V. Echener (German Shepherd). Open B—First. Elizabeth B. Beacham's Rusty Robin Adair (Cocker Spaniel); sec ond. Barbara Brady's Carilllton Ivan. Ad ditional exercise called to break 234-point tie: third. Charles Le Boutillier. jr.'s Hollo V. Brackley (Doberman Pinscher). Airedales. Winner's dog—Raklose’s Protector Boy nehouse. Winner's bitch—Marbuck Kennels’ Flor nell Swing High. Best of breed—Marbuck Kennels' eh. Flornell Stock Exchange. Cocker Spaniels. Winner’s dog (solid color)—Sugartown Kennels’ Sugartown Pie. Winner s bitch (solid color)—Mrs. R. K. Cobb's Chelwood Sheila. Best of variety—Sugartown Kennels’ Sugartown Talisman. Winner’s dog (parti-color)—Kathburn Kennels’ High Time of Kathburn. Winner's bitch (parti-color)—Mrs. J. H. Shackleton’s Alderbrook Audacity Best of variety—High Time of Kath bum. Best of breed—Ch. Sugartown Talis man. West Highland White Terriers. Best of breed, Mrs. John G. Winant’s ch. Wolvey s Pattern of Edgerstoune. German Sheepherds. Winners dog. John Gans' Alrik Von Hoheluft: winner bitch. Giralda Farm’s Giralda s Ulla: best of breed. Giralda’ Farm’s ch. Thora Von Bern of Giralda. Great Danes. Winners dogs. Mrs. Ida Henny’s Win a Wsy Kennee: winners bitch and best of breed, Mrs. F. L. Church's Cora of River lane. _ . „ . Great Pyrenees. breed, D». Carl T. Harris' Henry VIII of Add-en-on. Old English Sheep Dogs. Winners dogs. Mrs. L. M. Rumpf’s Rufus Russeo: winners bitch and best of breed, Mar^ H Schloss’ Crede MacMidna of Hoya Cubs, Navy Plebes Break Even in Golf By the Associated Press. ANNAPOLIS, Md., April 27.— .Navy Plebes and Georgetown Uni versity freshman golfers played a 4%-to-4H standstill today. The Hoya Cubs cornered the first foursome, with John Donahue and Bill Rohreg outplaying Midship men Boyd and Moore to take each match and best ball. The second foursome was a tie as the Plebes’ Doc Dennehy defeated Bob Higgins, and Georgetown’s Dick Meyers stopped Midshipman Hunt, while the best ball was split. The day was saved for the Plebes in the last foursome when Bill Barrow and Paul Stahr came through with a clean sweep, win ning over Tom Halligan and Ray Cusack and taking best ball. Red Sox Oppose Cubs Chevy Chase Red Sox and Be thesda Cubs will tangle in an un limited baseball game today at 4 o’clock at Chevy Chase Playground. Johnny Swagart will hurl for the Red Sox. t OBEDIENCE VICTOR—Rollo von Brickley, a Doberman pinscher, scored as the best trained dog. He is shown here with weights which he picks up and carries around at the bidding of his master, Charles Le Boutillier of Baltimore.—Star Staff Photos. a Alexandria Dog Show Results Fax Terriers (Wire). Winners do*. Don W. Dunmire’s Nodla White Fox: winners bitch and best of breed. Bird and Snodgrass’ Wynstead Wonderful. Fox Terriers (Smooth). Winners dog. William C. Todd's Knockout of Wlssaboo: winners bitch. Jere R. Collin's Sabine Flashy. Pointers. Winners dog. F W. Van Ordin's Elstone Clipper; winners bitch. Leo Dunn’s Elstone Happy Landing; best of breed. Dunn's Elstone Citadel. Chows. Winners dog. Tally Ho Kennels’ Tally Ho Chinese Bandit: winners bitch, F J. Ehlers’ Lie Wol Lah Nudge: best of breed. K. Staples' ch. Jim Mee Boy: winners dog. W. Ross Proctor's Barberry Hill Whiff of Pepper; winners bitch. Havahome Kennels’ Havahome Bitaluck: best of breed. Mrs. Howe Low's ch. Upland Springs Dusty Miller. Doberman Pinschers. Winners dog. Adolfe Bauhof's Trail Em Laurln: winners bitch and best of breed. Lambda Kennels' Kleta V. D. Schwariwald Perle. Welsh Corgis. Winners dog. Elphinstone Kennels’ Dragon's Son of Elphinstone: best of breed, Wolfax Redwing of Elphinstone. Shetland Sheep Dogs. Winners dog and best of breed W W. Gallagher's Cock o' the North O'Page Hill: Sinners bitch. Bagaduce Kennel s Babble of Bagaduce. Collies. Winners dog and best of breed. Mrs W H Long jr.'s Cadet of Noranda: winners bitch Dr and Mrs. McCain's Cainbrookf Chloe Whippets. Winners dog P. Julia Shearer s Brandy of Meander: winners bitch. Meander Ken nel's Salvage of Meander; best of breed, ch. Mirror of Meander. Greyhounds. Winners dog and best of breed. Halcyon Kennel's Halcvon Royalty: winners bitch. Mrs. Marion Dupont Scott's Grand Ways, St. Bernards. Winners dog. Mrs. H. K Mansfield's Hoghland V. Bergdean ODalakay: winners bitch. Vincent! Kale s Muttl V. Kahle: best of breed. Dalakay Kannels ch. Deane O'Waldeck. Daehshnnde. Winners dog. Mrs. R. Pell's Arno V Hindesheim winners bitch and best of breed. Anne Bowman's Robbe Von Anjon. Beagles. Winners dog (under 13 inches). Dr. Er nest Butz’s Boof B: winners bitch (under 13 inches). Dr Butz's Eberie's Delight: best of variety. Dr. and Mrs. Snyder's ch. Sankanac Sun Tip; winners dog (over 13 inches;. Qj Snyders Sankanac Peter; winners bitch (over 13 inches). E. 8. Lund's Bannock Beatrice; best of breed. Foxcatcher Beagles' Foxcatcher Merryman. Afghan Honnds. Winners dog and best of breed. Marion Plorsheim's Rana of Charman of Royal Irish: winners bitch. Dr and Mrs. Becker's ! Talla Ranni of Arthea Irish Wolf Honnds. Best of breed. Constance Winant's Sul hamstead Flute. „ Borzois. Winners dog. Mrs. George Mendel's Koachnevei Mulchik of Mogedo: winners bitcn. Mrs George Mendel's Merrw Christ- i mas of Mogedo: best of breed. Mrs. Car roll G. Stewart's ch. Ajax of Romanoff. Ball Terriera (Colored). Best of variety—Mrs. J Mackay-Smlth'a Parnley Black Richard Ball Terriers (White). Winner s bitch and besi of breed E. A. Lesher s Boakra Bitter Sweet. -Winner's dog. Mrs. John A. Branch's Buxton Pepper. „T Cairn Terriers. Wmner;s dog. best of breed. Mr. and **!• Ra\es ^ast Step of Carysport. Winner s bith. Mrs. E. L. Wolfe s Star of Eastcote. Border Terriera. winner s dog Anna C. Ewing s Mr. Chips LadyiDPat $ b tch and best ot breed' Ewing's Irish Terriera. Timothy"* d0E Bernard Kahn'S Hyldaher KepTe'ne °enne1'5 Surrender? breed' Ch' °len Antrim No , Kerry Bine Terriers. Flymg" Scotsman. lMac's TlnJ“ TablennerS bltch* Isaac’s Tanjax Time _ Best of breed—William L. Day’s Ch. Pi^nce Blue 8teel of the Chevin. m. , Miniature Seltnauxera. R»7ahnnoefr$Md.MrfCre,t Kennel'S Nor"“l QuaslnZorinabUCh' X‘ar*uerit* Jon“' Min Ma^ko1 °f br**d' Norcrtst Kennel s Minquas , oi»nu»ra sennaasers. ir._ 22*1 * ,d0?. and best of breed. C. S. Van Emdens Win.leshy Draupner. w„V!12n'r s. bltcb. Grace W. Diggs' Sonnig Madchen of Gourie Hall. * Scottish Terriers. Ma^ Gnr*egord°II M" S ° Malby'a Cabrach He^1hnenreDu.kytCMaidr!- J°hn ° Wlnlnt'J 8tat]er's°*Ch.r*BarberryaKnowe5 Larkspur C _ . Skye Terriers. Sky*eSHigh Mary H' 8dhlo“' Ch. Welsh Terriers. To«nonferH.lcdy°on. HaICyon Kenne)'5 Thet wmJE&Pm** ,bltcb and best of breed. Marlu Farm s Marlu Glamor Girl. “ .... Dalmatians. Bold nventtre0r Clo8e and Une ‘ R“«<» Flattery** 8 bUeh' cloa* ind L,ne'» Reldktd HoUow HillbAUa,. TaUy H° K*nne1'8 Ch Bt^n1«*Doletd°*C,lilS"rk*noch ^nson'. Frank's* Nonette" A,f”d wtnn.c.^K?.-!?* (Miniatnre). llcgnKne*nn8elb,t^ll?tndDom8tof0MiS5*ilie.PU* Poodles (Standard). Alexander * * Lowmont Kennel's Lord a Wh'jer's bitch. Mr. and Mrs C it 8 niSt8 „?ulandale Babine. C Blakeen r»r.n?dl Low—»* Kennel's Ch. brakes ★ RELINED * Guaranteed 20,000 mi. Free ad luttment* for the life of the lining*. Fords *6°° Hydraulics Chevrolet w j am Plymouth “ ) Vli«Z0 Dodge “ 1 O Buick 40 Oldsmobile • “| Packard 120 “» CLIFT’S BRAKE SERVICE 2002-4 K St. N.W. ME. <232 ► ■■■'■ Dodge Entry Defeats Outstanding Rivals In Final Judging Many Winners in Groups Come From District, Nearby Kennels The most successful dog show ever held by the Old Dominion Kennel Club or any other club south of Washington closed yesterday with the crowning of the German shep herd, Ch. Thora von Bern of Giralda, as best in the show. Thora is owned by Mrs. Grace Rockefeller Dodge and was handled in the ring by McClure Halley. She is a medium sized black and tan dog of no strik ing qualities, but thoroughly typical and sound. Pitted against her in the final judging were at least four dogs with outstanding show careers. The vic tor of the sporting group was the Quay-owned English springer span iel which has a number of best-in show awards to its credit. Out of the hound group came another best in-show winner, the Du Pont-owned beagle, Ch. Foxcatcher Merryman. The Scottish terrier, Ch. Barberry Knowe Larkspur, a consistent group topper, took the terrier group, and Mrs. Richard Quigley’s recently im ported Pekingese, Rememham Derrl of Orchard Hill, another best-in show winner, was the toy victor. Bulldog Is Surprise Winner. The only newcomer to the group was the surprise winner, a * hereto fore unheard-of bulldog, George M. Beckett’s Dour Dimboola. It came out of the American-bred class to go over a number of dogs that have been winning consistently at other shows. Since bulldogs seldom go up in the non-sporting group, the fact that this dark horse was rated so highly by the group judge is a tribute to the judging ability of Arthur Forbush of Washington, who donned the mantle for only the sec ond time at this show. *-.iear weamer, an exceptionally good gate, a high quality of dogs and a record entry combined to make of this show a gala event in the annals of the club and a source of real income to the Alexandria Hospital, which shared in the profits of the venture. Number of dogs from this region emerged as worthy show dogs. Mar j guerite Jones exhibited a miniature schnauzer puppy that went from puppy bitch to best of winners. Minquas Zorina is a home-bred that bids fair to rival her older j brother Ch. Minquas Marko, today a best of breed winner for Miss Jones. Eberle’s Delight Scores. Another local kennel that is mak ing a mark is that of the Anderson at Glenmont, which had the re serve winning dog and bitch in that breed. Helen Samuel's Pekingese, Blue Boy's Ace, went over a hot field only to be defeated by the best-in group winner, Rememham Derri of Orhard Hill. Unless there has been some mis take in calculation, this show saw the completion of the necessary 15 points toward the title for Dr. Ernest Butz's beagle, Eberle’s Delight, as well as a good start for the mni+ pup Boof B. Hopkins Stickmen Upset Army After Long Wait By the Associated Press. Baltimore. April 27.—Johns Hop kins’ lacrosse team beat Army for the first time in five years today, downing the cadets. 11 to 4, in a rough game that accented power from start to finish. Hopkins showed sharp improve ment on defense, but reached the peak of its scoring spree in the third period, jamming through six goals while the cadets made a solitary counter. Penniman paced the winners with three goals, while Nance and Thomas each scored two. Pos. Hopkins (11). Army (4). S- — PajM”0 - Psirlamb £■ -Tolfcn - Prontczak 8.D-Penniman-_-Galloway £. —-Williams - Eaton £■&-—§E.Um,n.. Muller PiH— Thomas - Mitchell I.H — Nance_Thigpen . 8core by periods: John Hopkins __ 2 2* 1 11 Army -0 2 1 1 —1 Hopkins scoring: Nance. 2: Thomas. 2; Spllman. Gosnell. Williams. Penniman. 3. Army scoring: Thigpen, Muller. Mitchell. Wynn*. I ... Substitutes—Johns Hopkins: 8mith. WallTce. Checket. Gosnell Nicholson. Murgnahan. Wolman. Weltzel. Kenny. Rudo. Wilson. Rostov. SwerdlofT. Green baum Army: Reinhart. Tate. England. Wynne, Hines, Irwin. Smith. G. W. Worrying Early Over Manhattan Tilt Bill Reinhart, George Washington grid coach, is burning the midnight Mazda over defensive maneuvers after reading that Manhattan will use seven shifts next season. The Colonials and Jaspers will tangle in New York’s first collegiate night game at the Polo Grounds October 4. 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