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To Destruction With Faked Lifeboat Sail Captain of American Ship Says He May Have Been Attacked by Three Subs By tbc Associated Press. GROTON. Conn., May 29.—The master of a torpedoed American freighter told today how the captain of a German U-boat lured him with a decoy sail, then sent his craft to the bottom, tarrying long enough on the spot to proffer cigarets and rum. Capt. George Hazeleaf of Oak land, Calif., and 29 members of his crew, who drifted for five days in open boats, often drenched by heavy rains, were brought to the sub marine base here after rescue by a Navy ship. For five and a half hours from the time he first sighted a decoy sail some miles away, lie sought to elude pursuit only to lose to a sub captain who, having put the sur vivors on the course to New York, voiced his regret in good English: *Sorry, but this is war." Nazis Took Pictures. During the entire exchange, said Hazeleaf, photographers on the sub's deck kept snapping the scene. Probably not until the war is over will Capt. Hazeleaf know for sure whether it was a single submarine or a pack of U-boats that his staunch but slow-moving vessel en countered 200 miles off New York on May 21. Only one man was lost—Second Mate Fred C. Martin of San Antonio, Tex., who died on the bridge as the second of three torpedoes (the first missed) crashed Into the port side of the ship. Nineteen - year - old Radioman Charles Miller of New Orleans near ly shared his fate as he stuck to his post to send out the ship's position. Another Torpedo Hits. Unaware in the confusion of launching the starboard lifeboat that Miller had been left behind, Capt. Hazeleaf suddenly saw him ap pear at the door of the radio cabin. Almost at that moment, Capt. Hazeleaf said, the sub sent another torpedo crashing into the doomed vessel. "A tremendous fountain of water spurted up,” said the skipper. “I never imagined that a torpedo could cause such a geyser. We had started to row back to the ship for Miller, but when that mass of water poured over the ship I didn’t think he had a chance.” But Miller, a soft-spoken lad with a pleasant drawl, made it all right. “I grabbed a rail,” he related, “and held on with everything I had. Then I jumped and swam as hard as I could to that lifeboat.” Less than two minutes later the ship plunged to the bottom. Whether one submarine or three figured in the attack Capt. Hazeleaf was unable to say with certainty. "At 9 am.,” the captain said as he told the story chronologically, “we sighted what appeared to be a lifeboat about five miles away. Naturally, we did not want to pass up anybody In distress so we headed for it. Suddenly we saw puffs of smoke come out along the water and the sail It seemed to have been carrying disappeared. "We figured then that It was no lifeboat but a submarine and that the sail had been used as a decoy, so we put our stern to it and ran. At the same time we sent out our first radio call for help. But he kept gaining on us.” Takoma Park Woman I Dies in Two-Story Fall A woman identified by police as Mrs. J. Miller was fatally Injured this afternoon when she fell from the second-floor window of her home at 6741 Eastern avenue, Takoma Park, Md., Takoma Park police said. She was taken to the Washing ton Sanitarium by the Takoma Park Rescue Squad, where she was pro nounced dead. Hospital authorities said the woman apparently was shaking out a dust mop when she lost her balance and fell. The mop was found on the ground beside her. There were no witnesses to the ac cident, according to police. Americus Liberator Records His New Name Bj the Associated Press. LINCOLN. Nebr.—A. (Mike) Le brato of Cody, Neb., has changed his name to Americus Liberator and he's in the Army, he informed Sec retary of State Frank Marsh. He wanted his cattle brand re corded under his new name, but said he couldn’t pay the $1 renewal fee because his Army pay was needed to support his mother. “Sure Mike.” said Mr. Marsh, Who paid the fee for him.” Hospital (Continued From First Page.) It Is reopened to patients, Senator O'Mahoney said, It would be used only for convalescents with the serious, active cases still going to Glenn Dale. Another suggestion advanced to day was that the Polk School be re modeled for temporary use as a health center, because District of ficials do not believe they will get priority orders for material to build the new Northwest Health Center even if the appropriation is left in the bill. Shift in School Program. On change is understood to have been suggested to the Senate group In the physical training program for high school students, approved by the House. Health officials are said to have recommended that they could carry on the program with 4 Instead of 11 part-time medical examiners. The alarming experience of the Army and Navy in selecting physi cally fit youth for the war effort prompted the House to approve an expansion of the health and physical training work In the schools. With this In view, the House added $90, 000 to the school budget for physical training Instructors In the high schools, and $45,565 to the health budget for necessary examiners. Of the latter figure $16,500 was for the 11 part-time medical examiners in the high schools, and $29,065 for 4 dentists and 6 dental hygienists for the junior and senior high schools. WEST POINT.—BIG DAY FOR HINKLE—Gen George C. Mar shall (left), Army Chief of Staff, congratulates Cadet First Capt. , Carl Hinkle of Goodlettsville, Tenn,, as Hinkle graduated from the United States Military Academy here today. Later Hinkle was to be married by his father, the Rev. Carl C. Hinkle, to Miss Shirley Shields of New York City. —A. P. Wirephoto. Yankees Blast Trio Of Nat Pitchers, Win With Ease, 16 to 1 Washington's 9th-lnning Rally Falls 15 Runs Short; Gomez Gives Four Hits By BURTON HAWKINS, Star Staff Correspondent. NEW YORK. May 29 —The Nats absorbed their worst beating of the season here today, Lefty Gomez re stricting them to four hits as the Yankees hammered three Washing ton pitchers for 17 hits and a 16-1 victory. Buddy Hassett, Joe Di Maggio and Joe Gordon slammed home runs for New York, with Hassett and the no toriously weak-hitting Gomez each contributing four hits. The N»*: scored their only run in the ninth. They filled the bases, but the rally petered out. FIRST INNING. WASHINGTON—Case fouled to Rosar. Spence grounded out to Has sett. Chartak walked. Estralella Hied to Henrich. NEW YORK—Crosetti singled to center. Hassett singled to center, sending Crosetti to third. Henrich singled to right, scoring Crosetti and sending Hassett to third. Di Maggio singled to center, scoring Hassett and sending Henrich to third. Keller walked, filling the bases. With a count of two balls and no strikes on Gordon, Cathay replaced Wilson on the mound for Washington. Gordon filed to Spence, Henrich scoring and Di Maggio tak ing third after the catch. Rosar lined to Case, Di Maggio scoring after the catch. Rizzuto bunted and was thrown out by Cathey. Four runs. SECOND INNING. WASHINGTON—Crosetti threw out Vernon. Evans singled to left. Repass took a third strike. Pofahl popped to Gordon. NEW YORK—Gomez singled to center. Crosetti lined to Chartak. Hassett singled off Vernon’s glove. Gomez stopping at r“cond. Hen rich singled to right, scoring Gomez and sending Hassett to third. Hassett scored and Henrich took second as Cathey tossed out Di Maggio. Keller filed to Chartak. Two runs. THIRD INNING. WASHINGTON—Cathey singled to left. Case lined to Keller. Riz zuto lost Spence's pop fly in the sun, but recovered and threw to Gordon at second to force Cathey. Chartak walked. Estalella forced Chartak at second, Gordon to Rizzuto. NEW YORK—Gordon filed to Case. Rosar flied to Chartak. Riz zuto singled to left. Gomez singled to left, Rizzuto stopping at second. Crosetti singled to left, scoring Riz zuto, Gomez stopping at second. Hassett hit a home run into the right field stands, • scoring Gomez and Crossetti ahead of him. Hen rich fouled to Evans. Pour runs. FOURTH INNING. WASHINGTON—Vernon popped to Crosetti. Evans walked. Repass popped to Hassett. Pofahl lined to Keller. NEW YORK—Masterson now pitching for Washington. Di Mag gio popped to Pofahl. Repass threw out Keller. Gordon fouled to Evans. FIFTH INNING. WASHINGTON—Masterson fan ned. Case fouled to Rosar. Spence walked. Chartak took a third strike. NEW YORK,—Estalella threw out Rosar. Rizzuto was hit in the back by a pitched ball. Rizzuto took sec ond as Repass threw out Gomez. Crosetti filed to Chartak. SIXTH INNING. WASHINGTON—Estalella filed to Keller. Vemon lined to Hassett. Evans walked. Rosar dropped Re pass’ pop fly in front of the plate, Evans going to third. Pofahl filed to Di Maggio. NEW YORK—Hassett was out, Vemon to Masterson, who covered first. Henrich fanned. Dl Maggio hit his ninth home run of the sea son into the left-field stands. Kel ler filed to Case. One run. SEVENTH INNING. WASHINGTON—Masterson walk ed. Case forced Masterson at sec ond, Crosetti to Gordon. Spence hit Into a double-play, Gordon to Riz zuto to Hassett. NEW YORK—Gordon hit his fifth home run of the season into the left field stands. Rosar filed to Chartak. Estalella threw out Riz zuto. Gomez singled to center. Cro setti walked. Hassett singled to center, scoring Gomez and sending Crosetti to third. Henrich fouled to Evans. Two runs. EIGHTH INNING. WASHINGTON—Chartak popped to Hassett. Gomez threw out Esta lella. Vernon fanned. NEW YORK—Di Maggio was safe on Estalella’s fumble. Keller farced Dl Maggio at second, Repass to Po fahl. Gordon forced Keller at sec ond, Estalella to Repass. Rosar walked. Rizzuto doubled to left, Box Score WASHINGTON. A.B. R. H. O. A. E. CMC, If.S 0 14 0 0 Spence, ef _2 0 0 10 0 Chartak, rf.3 0 0 5 0 0 Eitalella, 3b.4 0 0 0 3 1 Vernon, lb.4 0 0 I 10 Evan*, c.2 0 1 4 0 0 Repaaa, 2b.4 1113 0 Fofahl, aa.4 0 0 2 0 0 Wilaon, p.0 0 0 0 0 0 Cathey, p.1 0 10 2 0 Maateraon, p... 10 0 10 0 Ortii ._0 _0 _0 _0 _0_0 31 1 4 24 0 1 Ortii bitted fer Meiteriea ia ttk NEW YORK. AJI. R. H. O. A. E. Croaetti, 3b-5 2 2 1 2 0 Haaoett, lb.5 3 4 7 0 0 Henrich, rf.S 12 10 0 Di Ma«io, ef— S 2 2 10 0 Keller, If.4 0 0 2 0 0 Gordon, 2b_5 2 1 2 2 0 Roaar, c.4 1 0 8 0 1 Riuuto, aa_4 2 2 3 2 0 Gomel, p.5 3 4 0 1 0 42 10 17 27 7 1 SCORE BY INNINGS. Waahinfton . 000 000 001— 1 4 1 New York.... 424 001 23x-l« 14 1 ■asamarr: Ran* batted In—Henrieb (I). DI Maaiie (3), Gordon (X), Boasr, Croactti. Hsa int (4). Bisanto, Gemot (X), Cam. Two-bsse hit—Blass t*. Heme ran,—Bassett, EM Mssrto. Garden. Double elar—Garden. Rinata and Baaaett. Left an bate*— Washington. 11; New Yerb. 4. Bases on balls—Off Wilssa. It *■ Games, 0; sff Msatsrssn. X. Stntrk eat—Br Mssteraen. It hr Gomes, a. Bits—Off Wilssa 4 in 0 Innlais taone eat In lst)i eff Cstber. 7 In S laalacst eff Mssteraen. 0 In A Innings. Bit br site her—Br Master, on I Bfseate). Ginning sit char—Gemes. .sing pitcher—Wilson t'msirss ■ Msssn. MeGowaa. Pasanrella sad Bubbard. Time—X: 18. Attendants—4,781. P. U. C. Delays Rates as Taxi Strike Looms With threats of a taxi drivers’ strike before it, the Public Utilities Commission this afternoon post poned until June 15, the effective date for new uniform taxi zones and rates, which have been protested by some taxi groups. Chairman Gregory Hankin of the P. U. C. said the postponement had been ordered because the commis sion had been unable to get mime ographed copies of the zone rate order to the taxi industry until to day and therefore the delay in the effective date appeared desirable. Union taxi drivers kke to hold a mass meeting tonight to determine a course of action. Meanwhile. Howard T. Colvin of the Labor Department Conciliation Service, who had held several con ferences with interested parties in the strike threat announced that the dispute did not come within the Jurisdiction of the Conciliation Service since it did not involve a labor dispute between employes and their employers. Family Man With Income Classed 1-A in Draft By the AMoelatod Pr»u. ST. PAUL. May 29— A St. Paul man whose income outside his salary is sufficient to support his family has been classed 1-A (subject to mil itary service) in a presidential rul ing, Col. J. E. Nelson, State Selective Service director, disclosed today. The ruling is considered of Na tion-wide significance. The man in question is over 30 years old, is married and the father of two minor children and has an income of $6,000 in excess of his in come from employment. He was placed in 1-A originally by his local board and appealed to the State appeal board, which classified him 3-A (deferred because of de pendents) . Col. Nelson appealed the ruling to the President, making the appeal without prejudice and to de termine a policy toward such regis trants. "The evidence in this case is not convincing that the wife and two children of the registrant are de pendent in fact upon his earnings for support,” the presidential ruling said. ‘‘The record discloses adequate sources of income for support of his family other than the registrant’s earnings.” scoring Gordon. Rosar stopping at third. Gomez singled to center for his fourth hit, scoring Rosar and Rlzzuto. CrosetU Hied to Case. Three runs. NINTH INNING. WASHINGTON —Evans popped to Rlzzuto. Repass beat out a bounder to Rizauto. Pofahl fanned. Ortiz batted far Master son and walked. Case singled to center, ■coring Repast, Ortiz stopped at sec ond. Spence walked, filling the bases. Chartak fanned. One run. Mystery Call Leads To Arrest, May Solve Slayings of Six Neatly Dressed Man Trapped in Woodshed In New Jersey Bj the Associated Press. CARLSTADT, N. J., May 29— A neatly dressed man trapped in a woodshed today blandly ad mitted slaying six persons in Cleveland, Ohio, and Union City, N. J., Police Chief Peter Joseph Raffo said. Chief Raffo Identified the man as Vincenzo Piazza. 59, who was turned over to police In Union City for questioning. The chief said the prisoner calmly related shooting two persons there In 1933 and four others in Cleveland three-and-a-half years ago. Phene Can Is Tipoff. A woman’s anonymous telephone call led police to the farm woodshed in the Jersey meadows wtiere the man, unarmed, readily surrendered. "I don’t care now," Chief Raffo quoted him as saying. ‘‘The hot seat wont make any difference to me." Chief Raffo said the man related kllllhg his daughter, son-in-law and a child In Union City ‘‘because my daughter wouldnt do what I told her to.” Union City police reported John Jandik and his wife, both about 28, were shot to death on January 26, 1933. Mrs. Jandlk was expecting a child. prisoner questioned. They began questioning the pris oner, but would give no further de tails except to say they understood he was wanted M four other slay ings in Cleveland. Chief Ratio said the man had $75 in cash when arrested and told police he had been in the egg and alcohol business in Cleveland, “where he hung around after the killings." The telephone message was to the effect that a man wanted by the police was hiding in the neighbor hood. Police began tracing the call. Cleveland Police Record Goes Back 35 Years CLEVELAND, May 29 (^—Vin cenzo Piazza, trapped in a New Jer sey woodshed today, is wanted for two Cleveland slayings and a third at nearby Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio, police said. The 59-year-old fugitive, also known as Luigi Pulara and James Piazza, is charged with shooting to death his brother-in-law, Joseph Trizzino, and the latter’s brother Onoflro here February 11, 1939, and also is accused of killing James (Big Jim) Dama, Youngstown saloon keeper, at Geneva-on-the-Lake last September 14. The police record of his career goes back 35 years. It includes charges and convictions for carrying concealed weapons, kidnaping, boot legging and counterfeiting. For the last offense he served in Atlanta Penitentiary. 0. P. A. Official Critical Of Big Heat Packers B» the Associated Press. ATLANTA. May 29—J. Kenneth Galbraith, deputy O. P. A. admin istrator, today sharply criticized certain large meat packers as rep resenting the only major industry which has not entered into the spirit of general price control. "We have not had very good co operation as yet from some of the large packers,” he asserted at a press conference here. "The O. P. A. at the present time is very much in terested in the packing industry.” The Washington official, in charge of the price division of the Office of Price Administration, refused to discuss details. Here on an inspection tour of regional O. P. A. offices, he reported the general reaction of the public and merchants to the maximum price regulation has been good. — A. F. 1. Unions Threaten Pittsburgh War Work Strike B» the Associated Press. PITTSBURGH. May 29 —William J. Kelly, head of the A. F. L. car penters’ union here, declared today that unless the United States De partment of Labor acts quickly to settle a wage dispute, A. F. L. con struction workers will halt work on more than $200,000,000 worth of war plant construction in the Pitts burgh area. The strike was threatened by four A. F. L. building trades unions of some 9,000 carpenters, operating en gineers. cement finishers and com mon laborers. The carpenters, Kelly said, last winter won a wage increase from $1.50 to $1.75 hourly which was scheduled to go into effect Monday. But, Kelly said, the Government had prescribed a $1.50 hourly rate for contractors to pay and had taken no action upon union appeals. Builders (Continued From First Page.) builders held with W. P. B. con struction industry officials. The meeting was arranged for the worried builders who have found their projects in defense areas stopped by shortages of materials and the recent W. P. B. lumber freeze order. While giving assurance that jobs now started would be completed, the builders reported W. P. B. men told them that future production of housing is dependent on a new pro cedure now being worked out. This new procedure is being com pleted with assistance of the Fed eral Housing Administration, and will be made public in about 10 days, the builders said. Regional insuring offices of the F. H. A. meanwhile have suspended handUng applications for piorities and commitments to underwrite pri vate construction, it was stated. Information given the builders with regard to completion of con struction now under way conflicts with a statement of a W. P. B. official who said the lumber freeze order would be relaxed only for rental housing and then only for that housing held "vitally needed.” The committee which called on W. P. B. included Monroe Warren, C. J. Harnett and Rufus Lusk of Washington, Carroll Shelton of Philadelphia, H. J. Durbin of Detroit and S. E. Kovach, Jr., of Pittsburgh. Racing News Today's Results — Entries And Selections for Tomorrow Racing Results Charles Town By the Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse. $500: claiming: 2- year-olds: about 4Vi furlongs. Merry Lelge (Weber) 8.30 8.20 3.80 Doctor Posey (Scott) 19.00 9.30 Happy Am I iPalumbo) 5.40 Time. 0:51 Vi. Also ran—Bli Sneese. Sue. Time Oold and Smoke Bell. SECOND RACE—Puree. $800: claiming: 3- year-olds: about 7 furlons* Malden Fern (Palumbo) 11.80 8.00 3.00 O C Hamilton (Carrillo) 7.20 3.4o Tovarich (Scott) 3.00 Time. 1:27V Also ran—Herod's Pilate. Crystal Whiz. Virginia Girl, Little Pete and Suegale. THIRD RACE—Purse. $500: claiming: 4- yeir-olds and upward: SVi furlongs. Ida Time <K«!y> 8.80 4 00 2.80 Royal Croaa (Weber) 7.80 4.00 Durable lEyeraale) 4.00 Tima. 1:21 V*. Also ran—United Force, Second Best. Saddling Bell, Ace of Trumps and Pim lico Lady. FOURTH RACE—Purse. $800: elaim lne: 4-year-olds and up: 1miles. Huh Plume (Eversole) 40 80 17.80 12.20 Miss Kser (Oowleyi 4.80 3.80 Chinnini 0»oot) Time. 1:49 V Also ran—Maewhisk. Prank Brooke. Cus ter. Klssln Kid and Boats Crew. FIFTH RACE—Purse. $80(': claiming; 4-yeer-olds and up: Chkrles Town eourie. Silver Beam (Weber) 5.00 3.20 2.20 State Witness (Wrlaht) 6 40 3.80 High Bud (Du(ToldI 2.00 Time. 1 :lt) 3-5. Also ran—Chancer. Cansllp. Charmful. Duplikit and Exhort. Belmont Park By the Associated Press. FIRST RACK—Purse. $1,500: claiming, maidens: 2-year-olds. 5 furlongs (Juvenile course). Miss Gosling (Young* 31.20 16 90 11.80 La Galls iNtves) 16 90 11 go Justg Wooflng (Longden) 8.20 Time. 1:01. Also ran—Colors Up Chalia. f Oaykla, In the Roush, f Leba G . f Melody. Dallas Lady, Rarined. Llltette. cinema Queen and Oolonlal Miss. f Field. SECOND RACE—Purse. $1,500: claim ini: 4-year-olds and up: 7 furlongs, isaroma (Wall) 7.10 4.rto 3.80 Hlghomar (Arcaro) 8.00 4.90 Stimuli (Oarsa) 6.80 Time. 1:24 V Also ran—Mist B. B . Oeneral Jack. Norge, 11, f Clap In, Family Doc. I Fai rell. Sly Tom. f Sergeant Bob. Sandy Boot. Port and Ply the Coop f Field. IDally Double paid $155.60) THIRD RACE—Purse $1,500: claim ing: steeplechase. 4-year-olds and up ward; about 2 miles Mad Policy (Roberts) 4.70 3 30 2.40 BagpiDe (Cruel 6.10 7 90 Pico Blanco II iMcOovern) 2.70 Time, 3:47V Also ran—Wild Son, Speed Demon. Frants Wilhelm. FOURTH RACE—Purse, $1,500: claim ing. maidens: 3-year-olds and upward; 1 mile. Chico re (Oarsa) 8.00 3.10 2.4tt Bygone Star (Weitrope) 6.60 3 *(> Indian Gift (Wahleri 3.30 Time. 1:37 V Also ran—a Tacoma. Alchane. Oay Chie. b Deposit. Saxon Paul. Mervrn Leroy. Deli catessen, b New Life. Crown, America Fore, a Recap a W E. Boeing entry b J. M. Roebling and Mri. A. Sehutttnger entry. FIFTH RACE—Purse. $2,000: allow ances: 4-year-olds and upward. 8 fur longs Swing and Sway lAre'oi 3 20 * 70 **o Dancing Archie (Hildebrandt) 6 20 3.50 Belplay (Rodnguexi 4.70 Time. 1:11V Also rsn—Melsaen. Nsrgl Reserve and Roman Flag. SIXTH RACE—Purse $2 500: grsded handicap, class C: 3-rear-olds; l'« miles Half Crown 'Eadsl 22 90 9 10 3 *0 Ramilltes i Meade < 4.90 2 60 Venturous (Arcarol 2.30 Time, 2:03V Also ran—Eire and Wood Robin. Suffolk Downs first race—Purse. si.ooo: claiming; maiden 3-year-olds and up: 8 furlongs. Lady Insco (Atkinson) 10.00 4.00 3.00 Spoon Bread (Blerman) 3.00' 3.00 Loulang (Brunnelle) 4.00 time. 1:12S. Also ran—Bquiplay. Chimney Blast. Thin Skin. Buckets. Tropic Zone. War Orphan, Snow Tint, Ounnery and Burnt Brldgts. SECOND RACE—Purse, ft.000: claim ing: 4-year-olda and upward: 8 furlongs Canter Up (Turnbull! 6.80 4.00 3.20 Blue Leona (Delarat 17.00 9 20 Chance Run (Brunelle) 0.00 Time. 1:13. Also ran—High Martin, Saving Grace. Cadet Bob Vitiate Belle. Personable, Dolly. Reoeller Two Tons, Ariel Trip. (Daily Double paid *18.80 > - ! THIRD RACE—Purse. SI.OOO: claiming: 4-year-olds and upward: 1 mile and 70 yards. Hadstar (Brunelle! 8 70 3.80 7.80 Wantarun (Vandenbera) 13.40 7.80 Ghost Queen (Atktnson) 4.40 Time. 1:44V Also ran—Richestan. Max Forst. Alarm ins. In Sana. Greenock's Boy. Beacon Street, Oversold and Updo. FOURTH RAC*— Pune *1,000; elalm In*: 2-year-oids: s fur'nn«« Sunteara (McMullen) 17.80 7 80 8.00 On (he Cliff (Delaral 8 70 4 70 Pirtoeraoh (Sesboi 6.80 Time. 1:01V Also ran—Merry Rhyme, Merry Glow, Valdina Luster. High Hat. Come Down. Valdina Knight. Queen Liberty and Fly ing Junior. Delaware Park By th# Associated Press. FIRST RACE—Purse. *1.100; special weights; maldeni; 2-year-olds; 6 fur longs. Bras (Sehmidl) 8.20 3.70 3.40 Bell Some (Lynch) 7.50 6.00 Cheater (Crawford) 10.20 Time. 1:008*. Also ran—Mad Venture. Zip Zip. High Bit. Kievrea. Triple Sun. Colleen M. Huinea Loo. NelUe Mowlee. Oyster Cracker. SECOND RACE—Purse. *1.100: claim ing: 4-year-olds and upward: 8 furlongs. Ferocity (McCombs) 9.50 5.56 3.9o Basileus (Nihani 9.40 8.20 Neutrality (Sehmidl) 6.00 Time. 1:12. _ Also ran—Easy Blend. Fogoso. Tony Steel. Double B . Hornblende. Blenweed, Lingerie Blue Lily. Oentle Savage. (Daily Double paid $34.50.) THIRD RACE—Purse. *1.200: claim ing: 3-year-olds: 8 furlongs. York River (McCombs) 105 90 30 10 12.90 One Link (Roberta) 4.40 8.10 Ask Aunt Ada (Ryan) 4.50 Time. 1:12V Also ran—Steel Beam. Roecoe K . Mis chief Afoot. Draeh and Blue Flight. Lincoln Fields By the AMOdiUd Prtii. FIRST RACE—Purse, *800: claiming; 3-year-oldg: 6 furlong*. Top Note (Schuling) 10.40 5.00 3.80 Pigy Greenock (Robertaon) 6.80 5.00 Cbance Lark (Haley) 8.00 Time, 1:15 Also ran—Ida Strene. Torantal. Topay Olive. Peppercade. Launsgo, Buechel. Mickey's Bid. Yank Bomber. Rankle. SECOND RACE—Purse, *800: claiming; maidens; 2-year-olds: 5 furlongs. Heart Breaker (Carroll) 27.20 13.20 B.80 Blue Shot (Beasyi 50.00 30 20 Philadelphia (Borton) 11 00 Time. 1:025 i. Also ran—Materialne. Lucky Trip. Tip Your Hat. Fishers Pet, Distant Light. Uncle Barb. War Bolt. Flying Kiev and Liberty B. | THIRD RACE—Purse *800; claiming: 3-year-olds: 6 furlongs. Just Beans (Murphyl 84.40 24.80 13.40 Masculine (Schuling) 18.80 12.00 Latent (Brooks) 8 80 Time, l:14*i. Also ran—Marmae. Bonny Casey. Spar kling Oem. Swoosh. Alumont, Belleodg, Perfecto Phil, Waltham Crou and Cap tain Fury. Cemetery Men Sentenced; Branded ’Gang of Thieves' Branded by the court as a “gang of thieves, not business men,” five men today were sentenced by Jus tice T. Alan Goldsborough in Dis trict Court on their pleas of guilty to charges of fleecing some 100 Washingtonians out of $26,000 through the sale of cemetery lots under the name of Memorial Es tate. The five, with their sentences, were H. L. Sarshik, Richard D. Simon and George V. Arlen, all eight months to two years, and Ralph V. Moo hr and J. C. Hermann, both four months to one year and a day. A sixth defendant, Kenneth B. Martin, changed hU plea from guilty to not guilty just before the sentence was imposed In the case. He will be tried later. All are under stiff sentences In Jurisdictions where they conducted similar fraudulent schemes. Entries for Tomorrow Charles Town By the Aaeoeletcd Press. FIRST RACK—Purse. $500: claiming: 4-year-olda and up; about 4ti furlongs Rovtn* Eye_118 Scatalone-118 Adhelmar _113 Lilting _ 108 Brain Child_113 Sir Mouse — 118 Ourkha .. 118 Hying Heart— 118 Singing Connie. 113 Erect _ 113 Cleanlnc Time.. 113 Free Ride - 113 Red Wings.113 Sweet Henry— *18 SECOND RACE—Purse. $500: clelmlng; 3- rear-olds and up: about 7 furlongs. Port Melody_105 Magic Hill ... *18 xWing Wing_111 Lady Mowlee... Ill xSallipatlea_108 Oov. Sholts .. 118 Surprise Box_118 Pilate’s Dream 110 Lyde _111 Miss Neptune... Ill xPeetomar_111 xBeby Susan— 108 xAutogo_ 108 xOoantell-108 THIRD RACE—Purse, $500; claiming; 4- yegr-olds and up: 8'/a furlongs. Part One _112 Pete's Prince.. 112 Joe Smoker_112 Duchess Del-107 xOolden Dial.. 102 Navlcatton _112 Sun Salvator_118 Staduim -111 Whoosh _112 BUI K. .107 Micro Play_107 Remolee _112 xOold Charm.. 102 Duces Wild_112 FOURTH RACE—Purse. S500: claim ing: 3-year-olds: Charles Town Course. Fair Flame .. 108 Sea Pilot 111 The Sheik ... Ill Clifton's Dawn 108 Juni Pennint. Ill xBtllle Nipper. 101 Faleontere _108 Thanksalot ... Ill Sir Jerome_111 Washed Out _ 111 xMarket Piece- 111 xMowlee'i L«<1_ 106 xHard Roll_106 Chief Teddy __ 111 FIFTH RACE—Purse *800: clelmlng; 4.year-ofdi and up: about 7 furlongs. xR'ndle's Queen 111 Teilevane . 107 Strumming_114 Petit Fours_107 Qold Sweep .. 118 Junior Prom - 113 Bleak Heights . 112 xHfgbland Bong 108 Van Tryst_118 Not Alone_107 June Date ... 107 Jack Fly _ 118 Kate Smith .. 110 xCruaand _102 SIXTH RACE—Purse. $1,000: 3-resr oldg and up; about 4t4 furlongs. Try Plying __114 Butcher Boy_114 Signboard_107 Zyloxxie -109 Dottle _111 Roll* Rough __ 114 Oddree _111 Butter Man _. 116 Hiblaia ..118 SEVENTH RACE—Purge. $1,000. handi cap: 3-year-olda and up. about 7 fur longs. Nary _115 Darby Du ... 117 Shaileen _107 a Lena Oirl 102 a Red Wrack .. 120 Royal Business 114 a Mrs. C. M. Knierlem entry. EIGHTH RACE—Purse< $600: claiming: 3- year-olds and up: l,'a miles. Braxen Hussy.. 106 Roving Miss_106 Jewel Song .106 xBardy -103 Qrouchers Boy. Ill Ultima Thule. 112 Chestnut Bur.. Ill college Widow. 99 Olnobl . .117 Specialist _104 xOrand Walts. 101 Play Oold ..117 Purport _111 Roush Going - - 113 NINTH RACE—Purse. $800; claiming; 4- year-olds and up; l’t miles Six-Shooter_113 Cherry's Child . 108 Sir Broadside.. 113 J Hal _ 113 Sir Time.. .. .11.3 Ara-Ornts_ 108 xMlss Pilgrim _ 103 Alamode -108 Purple Dawn .. 108 xWortbownlng. 108 xHuppy_ 108 TENTH (SUB i RACE—Purse. $500; claiming. 4-year-olds and up. 0‘s furlongs. Sour Cherry_ 107 Expected Belle 111 xTensleep_ 106 xBroomorla_108 Jslalne 111 Smart Lad_ 116 Gay Troubadour 116 Satin Marie_ 107 Scarlet Flame _ 111 Doctor! Nurse.. ill Little Mowlee . 112 Waugh Scout .. 112 Zac Pam.. 107 Dlscobolo _112 xApprentlce allowance claimed. Fast. Lincoln Fields Bj the Awociaied Prof. FIRST RACK—Pur»«a *1.000 maidem; 2-year-olda: 5 furlong. Sweeping Dream 113 Valdina Rex.. 116 China Pace .113 Undulator _116 a Fred Prophet. 118 Klondike .118 River Captain. 116 Alar __116 Prognostic _113 bTreemontian 116 Saboteur _116 b Hard Diamond 113 Nod _116 ax Russell . 116 Rex Avis _116 Town Victory._ 116 Ariel Imase. . 113 Hi Murt 113 a Collins and Damon entry, b Greener and Shoestring Stable entry. SECOND RACE—Purse. *1.000: claim ing. 3-year-olds and upward 6 furlongs Ho Down _118 Trlnaway _118 Myrna _113 Light Shot _118 Flyahead _118 x Hi Nickey —105 Valdina Rebel . 118 x Valtlte _113 x Fabeni _108 Merry Bid_118 Midluck _121 Rugged Rock .113 Red Berry_118 ttiiset _110 x Chlef'g Boy ..116 Wltan . ..118 Present Time.. 113 x High Talent.. 116 THIRD RACE—Purse SI.000: claiming; 4-year-olds and up: 0 furlongs. Ploataway . 114 xCheriko _107 Commencement'. 112 Distant Isle ... 107 Dutchill B._113 xBrutas _105 Carlottine_107 Owssse_112 Throe Bania_114 Cutter ..,_109 Wild Oats_112 Nleo _113 xEquioval_lOfl One More _107 Away _• 110 xTesteryear_103 xPari Buera_110 Welaenhelmer _. 109 FOURTH RACE—Furse SI.000. claim ing. 3-year-olds: 7 furlongs (chute). Pinch Hitter ._ 114 Courteous_110 xKokomo _107 Epola _114 Milk Route ...114 Tatu 114 i Remembering ..114 Ariel Bird_109 Cloak _114 Gem W. _110 i xLlchema _105 String Band .112 Drollon _110 xCounterbalance 105 K. Rounder_112 Grand Man .110 FIFTH RACE—Purse. SI.500: handicap; 3-yetar-olds and up: 6 furlongs. First of All .. 107 Pumpgun _ 109 Eoulstar ... 110 Vain Orovt ... 11.3 Weigh Anchor . 110 Wishing _ 103 Bulldinger_120 Polymellor_110 SIXTH RACE—Purse. $5,000 added Pea body Memorial Handicap. 3-year-olds and upward; 1J* miles Pink Gal_100 Heartman _112 One Jest . 101 aSlgnator _114 Royal Crusader. 112 Step By_105 fuildlnger _106 Equifox -llfl mum _102 Pumpgun_log Cherry Trifle 105 aTechnleian_113 a woolford Farm entry. SEVENTH RACE—Purse. SI.000: claim ing: .3-year-old»; 1 J. miles. Chic Prince_110 Skippers Mate. 110 Karupar _110 Country Miss __ 105 Holly _ 111 Electric Fag_110 Rlbault _110 xBuay Jotie ... 100 EIOHTH RACE—Purse. $1,000; claim ing: 4-year-olds tnd up: iv( miles. Extended _111 Bam Alexander. Ill War Vision... 115 xRayrle] _103 Some Couoe_113 Bonnie Set_113 Tacheone .. 103 Fay D 103 Alspur .. 111 xDoctor Jones. 105 Little Banner . 106 NINTH 'Substitute) RACE—-Purse. $1,000: claiming: 3-year-olds and up: 6 furlongs. Arched . 11* iFast Btart .. 11.3 Valdina Babe .11.3 Monks Memo 110 xOrebard Run. 113 xCloudy W'ther 11.3 Paul Lee_110 xSfarbold _113 Tuaeo_113 Lou Hans _113 Sir L. _11* xQood Gosh 103 Nlco Oold_11* xStray Chord.. 108 Jump Bid_11* Livery* Cop_108 Gold Fa* .. 118 xRosin _118 x Apprentice allowance claimed. Faat. Detroit By the Associated Frees. FIRST RACE—Purse. *1.000: claiming: 3- year-olds and up: Us miles. xPeragra . . 103 Imitra _105 xProspeet Boy. 113 xBosky Dell-108 Hermetlcal _111 Oversight - - 118 xOur Willie_113 xMemory Book. 113 xMust Oo-111 SECOND RACE—Purse. *1.200: claim ing: 3-year-olds and up: 8 furlongs. xAxelson _105 xMuslcsl Jack. 110 Hindu Spy - 108 xPairsetta Wfi xOeean Bound. 103 Singing Heels. 117 Flag Post _113 xNanl Leona> 105 xFlying Jane 103 Lechat ... 113 xBl'k Brummell 108 Restawhlle _113 THIRD RACE—Purse. *1.000: claiming; 4- yetr-olda and up: 6 furlongs. xPop’s Rival __ 114 Kantaka _ 108 xRock Maker.. 110 Wise Fire_ 114 Prosy _ 110 Jsyfcee_114 xBaltee_ 105 FOURTH RACE—Purse. *1.200: claim ing; 3-year-olds and up: 8 furlongs. Dungeon_ 113 xBullwhlp_ 108 Capt. Cal_113 Scrappy W-113 Aaron Burr_113 Bygones-103 Xenomay_108 xBU] O_ 108 FIFTH RACE—Purse. Sl.&OO; S-year olds: 4VS furlongs. Shiny Penny .107 Khamcia_ 118 a Sea Marriaga. 107 Bumnsy- 110 a Cahors_ 107 Trustee_ 115 Oolden Man- 118 a Tall Trees Stable entry. SIXTH RACE—The Decoration Handi cap: purse, $2,000; 3-year-olds and up: 8 fur) ones. Designator_108 T. M. Dorset_115 Dlsplayer _103 Fairly Fly-log Stalking _110 Boy Angler ...102 Exemplify_110 Samborombon . 112 SEVENTH RACE—Purse. *5.000: the Col Alger Memorial Handicap: 3-year-olds and up: 1A miles. a Valdtna Paul.. 107 Ship Biscuit ..100 Miss Glamour . 108 Three clovers.. 107 Devalue _100 a Vegas Justice. 102 Exploded _100 Ball Flayer_110 Gold Teddy_112 Beat Seller-110 Meggy _108 Marriage _119 Bed Dock . . 114 a Mrs. H. F. Bonner entry. EIGHTH RACE—Purse. *1.500: claim ing: 3-yaar-olda and up: 1A miles. Happy Choioe.. 108 Supreme Sir.. 113 BaUotar _113 Evan Tap-.9? Prince aadagll 113 Sronypandy II no (Substitute) RACE—Purs#, slag: 8-year-olds and up: 6 ___108 Mias Romanes. 108 Ss®k p Mias Romanes. 108 Watusel ..... 113 x Apprentice aDosranee claimed. Fast. Delaware Park FIRST RACE—Purs*. *1,100: maiden: 2- year-olds: 5 furlongs. Little Bud (Schmldl)__- 118 Stop Hsrplng (Rytn)_— 116 xAccord (Wlelander)_113 Dunsan (Crawford)_113 Ship Signal (Shelhamer)_118 Hlllsun (Berg) -118 Mango (Roberts) _118 Thesesus (Schmldl) . _11" King's Qamblt (Kelper)-118 Light Glance (Oonxaiea)-118 xBuckle Down (Dattllo)___11J Spin Along (Merritt)_i-118 Cricket Boy (Connor) _ 118 Llt.le Wixard (McCombs)_118 Cart. Bart (Hacker!_ 118 Bold Salute (Ryan)_118 Calvert (Berg) _ 118 WesAx (Gilbert) _ 118 SECOND RACE—Purse. *1.100: claim ing; 3-year-olds: 6 furlongs. Quatre Song (Robert*)__110 a_Anyway (Wall) _J10 xTouJour (Crawford)_HlQ a Amperage (Wall) -110 Lady Done (Dyer)_no Cuti (Kelper) 116 xELeUa (Remerscheld) _106 Alohale (Oomaiex i_110 xWalllngford (Zi-felt) r_110 Doctor Ortemr (Lynch)_118 Milky Moon (Merntt)_116 Grenadier (Berg) _116 Sal’g BUter (Kelper)-Iio At Btt (Rjr*n) . HO 0»t* Poit (Malm).-.115 xBtvardla <Wlelander)-i05 xMlrtndi Z (Dan 107 Happy Gallop (Warner)-- _ __ _ 115 a Mr§. D. K. Kerr and J. A. Manfuto entry. _ THIRD RACE—Purse. *1.200: Claiming; 3- year-olds and upward: fl furlongs. xWesley A (Dattllo) -11* xSaauenay 2d (Day) _lid Jay Jay (Hacker) _121 Sobriquet (Gilbert) _ llfl xMartlan (Wlelander)_11* Wlae Niece (Eccard) . 10» Monday Lunch (Schmldl) _118 FOURTH RACE—Purs*. *1.100: elsim lng: 4-year-olds and upward: li'« miles. Cee Joe (Roberts)_ 113 xRanger 2d (Remerscheld) _110 Livelihood (Schmldl) _108 xMlss Brldeaux (Nlhan)_10* xjacsteal (Dattllo) _llo xShipmate (Day) __HO Sentinel (McCombs) _11* FIFTH RACE—Purs* *1,500; 8-year olds; 1 mile and TO yards. Mokablue (Berg) . 118 8he Dast (Keiperi - 112 TTade Last iSchmidl) _115 Eltoreador (McCombs) -115 xFlag Trumpeter (Ohearn)-110 Fire Broom (Ryan) _ 117 SIXTH RACE—Purse. *5.000 added: the Wilmington Handicap, 3-rear-oldi and up; B furlongs. _ Joe Ray (McCombs)___109 Cape Cod (8chmldl) -121 Ocean Blue (Oilbert) _ 130 Wesley A. (8mithi _ 98 Doublrab iThompson) _- 11* Madlgama (Keiper) -11* Dawn Attack (Gonzales)_ 110 Clyde Tolson (Roberts) _ 11B Bayview (Wail) __ _ 112 The Finest (Ohearn) _ 108 Happy Note (Wlelander)_106 Jay Jay (Hacker) ... -110 SEVENTH RACE—Purse *1.100: claim ing. *-ye*r-o!ds and up, IV* miles. aUvalde (Keiperi -11* Wedding Morn (Merritt)_1(*9 sBetty* Bobbv (Day) 109 xTanganyika (RemerscheidJ _109 High Arch (Roberts! _111 Predicate (McCombs) _11* xRecondite (Wlelander) _ 109 a xNavarin (Dattlloi _ 109 a Mrs. E. D. Jacobs entry. EIGHTH RACE—Purse *1.100: claim ing 4-year-olds and up; 1»» miles. Ironbar (Molenai _ 112 Avesta (McCombs) _ 119 Misrule (Helper) _11* Scarcanter (Gonzales) _118 Tannie Sid (Shelhamer)_ 117 Residue (Roberts) _114 Guerrilla (Canning) _117 Money Muddle (De Camillas)_114 xGold Band (Dattlloi _109 Officiate (Molenai _11* xComely Maid (Rudert)_ 104 Helens Lad (Schmidli _ 119 xDlngmans 'Remerscheid) _108 Phone Dijon (Schmidli _ 114 xBunny Baby (Wlelander) _ 107 xBolivar (Day) 111 xColes Boy (Crawford) _ 108 Brightenup (Keiperi _ 111 x Apprentice allowance claimed. Fast. I Belmont Park By the AMocieted Press. FIRST RACE—Purse. *1,600: mtiden filly 2-year-olds: 6 furlongs. Miss Sugar (Eads) _115 Perlferda ij Longden>_ _115 Clickety Clack (R. Neves)_115 First Blush <E. Arcaro)_-_115 Natal Day (no boy) _ 116 xHl Anne (Delaney) _ 110 xPhantom flhio (I. Gana)_110 SECOND RACE—Purse. *1.500: maiden Ally 2-year-olds, 5 furlongs (Juvenile Course'. Sun and Moon (M Peters)_115 Whirligig (W. Eads)_ 115 Wuskenln (no boy) _115 Level Head (D. Meade)_ 115 xRely On (Mann)_110 xByline (I Garia) _ 110 Easy Lass <W Eads)_115 THIRD RACE—Th» United Hunts Steeplechase, purse. *1,500; 4-year-olds and up: about 2 miles ! Good Chance (Roberta)_ 15.3 War Port (Cruz) 141 i xSeout Hazard < (Mater)_ 130 Chuckatuck <J Penrod'_ 147 BooJum 2d (Magee) .. _ 144 FOURTH RACE—Purse. *2.000; claim ing: (or 3-year-olds and up; 6 furlongs (main course). Oral! Bird (James) _113 xSkin deep (Day) __110 Scotch Trap (no boy) _115 Afghanistan (Arcaro) _113 Sales Talk (Westrope) _110 xHappy Lark (no boy)_110 FIFTH RACE—The Roseben Handicap: purse. *5.000 added: 3-year-olds and up; 0 furlongs (Widener Course). a Overdrawn (Coule) _122 Farasang (James) _118 Harvard Square mo boy)_110 Level Best (Meade) _118 Cuantos (Neves) 1O0 Sir Jeffrey (Westrope) _112 Dispose (Garza) __ 110 Some Chance (Eads) _108 I Omission (WooM) ...—. 122 I a Birch Rod (Breen) _ 110 a G. D. Widener entry. SIXTH RACE—The Suburban Handi : cap; purse. *30,000 added. 3-year-old« and ! on: 1'« miles. Welcome Pass (R. Neves) . . _ 105 Painted Veil (J Westrope) _ 112 Attention tD Meade)_ 124 Bolinrbroke (R. Neves) _ 107 Whirlawty (E Arcaro)__120 Paper Boy (no boy)_ 105 Staretor (J. Stout) _._107 Market wise (no boy) _124 a Chatiedon (O. Woolf) _ 122 Can't Wait (J Longden)_ 109 a Pictor (no boy) 117 Our Boots (W D. Wright). 115 a W. L. Brann entry. SEVENTH RACE—The Imo Handicap: Surse. $2,500 added: Allies and mares: -year-olds and up; 7 furlongs. Markell (W. Eads)_112 Level Best ino boy)_122 Transient ino boy) __ 114 Zaca Rosa (C. Wahler)_100 Light Lady (no boy) _104 Fleetborough (C. McCreary)_107 EIGHTH RACE—Purse. *1.500: claim ing: 3-year-olds and up: l mile. Jamerlca (W. Eads) _ 118 Highborough (C. Wahler)_103 xTex Hygro mo boy)_ 108 Wildebeest (P. Zufelt) . 121 Sun Triad (L. Htldebrandt)_ 108 xAt Play (Loveridgt). _ 112 Delmos (no boy) _ .. 119 x Apprentice allowance claimed. Fast Suffolk Downs By the Associated Press. FIRST RACK—Purse, *1.000: claiming: 2- year-olds: 5 furlongs Cooee _ 110 The Height*... 110 Plying Ned ... 110 Is I Atnt _110 Pacific Maid 107 Miss Oliria ... JOT Valdlna Cloud.. 110 Bit of Sugar.. 107 After Lunch .. 110 Misinterpret_107 Epaway _ 110 SECOND RACE—Purse. *1.000: tlalm-, Ins: 3-year-olds and up: 0 furlongs. Maallne_112 Sargaao ___112 a Copln _112 Ugln .. 120 Big Stakes_ 112 Knitetta . 107 xRed Meadow.. 107 Ball O’Flre. .. 112 Sea Foam_ 107 a xFrontier Jana 102 Lina's Son- 117 Skeetcr _ 112 Comet 2nd_112 Air Chute_112 Mess . ... 107 a W. Viano and J. H. Carr entry. THIRD RACE—Purse. $1,000: claiming: 3- year-olds: 1 mile and 70 yards. Decade _112 Crab Apple -.110 xTiara -102 Bright Plnlgh.. 112 Valdlna Oadget. 115 Our Will-112 I Display Style..- 107 Rlpplet — .. 107 ’ xMellow _105 xValn Beauty.. 105 I xTwo Way*_102 a Qalla Court.. 118 a Magnify .115 a Mrs. J. 8- Letelller and Mrs. R. L. j Oerry entry. FOURTH RACE—Purse. $1,100: claim ing: 4-year-olda and vp: lVa miles. Trlplenc _110 Ships Bells .114 xHaste On ... 11* xNeddle Boy... 114 xBlue Castle — 100 Topee -122 xPrlma Donna . 106 FIFTH RACE—Purse. *1.500. claiming: 3-year-olds and up: 6 furlongs (chute). Oold Crack_105 Holsworthy_103 Two Ton Tony - 111 Allegro -103 xMarlon Collins 102 Rough Time_109 8IXTH RACE—The Cohaaaet Handicap; Purse. *2.500; 8-yaar-old* aad up; 1A miles. Msechanct_ 115 Bell Tower_ 112 Bulwark_ 104 Enillah Better.. 100 No Competition. 112 a Hysterical_ 132 Alaking- 118 a Wise Father.. 103 a Circle .8 Stable entry. SEVENTH RACE—The T ornate fie Baa Selections Belmont Park Consensus (Fast). By the Associated Press. 1— Miss Sugar, First Blush, Pari ferda. 2— Level Head, By Line, Wuskenin. 3— Good Chance, Scout Hazard, War Port. 4— Afghanistan, Happy Lark, Skin Deep. 5— Cuantos, Omission, Wldener en try. 6— Whlrlaway, Attention, Market Wise. 1—Zaca Rosa, Mar-Kell, Level Best. 8—Wildebeest, At Play, Jamerica. Best bet—Wildebeest. Suffolk Downs Consensus. By the Associated Press. 1— Epaway, Is I Ain’t. Cooee. 2— Big Sakes, Red Meadow, Sar gazo. 3— Galiacourt, Magnify, Display Style. 4— Topee, Prims Donna, Blue Castle. 5— Rough Time, Two Ton Tony, Cold Crack 6— Hysterical. Als King. Bell Tower. 7— Doubt Not. Sweet willow, Zscs tine. 8— Top Queen, Quercus, Oso. 9— Patrol Scout, Abyssinia, Latora. Best bet—Rough Time. Belmont Park (Fast). By the Louisville Times. 1— First Blush, CUckety Clack, Hi Anne. 2— Whirligig. ByUne, Easy Lass. 3— No selections. 4— Scotch Trap, Sales Talk, Afghan istan. 5— Omission, Harvard Square, Dis pose. 6— Whlrlaway, ChaUedon, Attention. 7— Level Best, MarkeU, Zaca Rosa. 8— Wildebeest, Sun Triad, Jamerica. Best bet—Whlrlaway. Suffolk Downs (Fast). By the Louisville Timet. 1— After Lunch, I* I Ain't, Vildina Cloud. 2— Ugin, Copin, Lina’s Son. 3— Magnify. Our Will, Galla Court. 4— Topee, Haste On, Neddie Boy. 5— Allegro, Rough Time, Gold Crack, 6— Alaking. Hysterical. Bulwark. 7— Sweet Willow, Woof Woof, Watch Over. 8— Multitude, Priority, Quericus 0— Catomar, Supreme Flag, Flying i Duke. Best bet—Topee. Charles Town (Fast). By the Louitville Timet. 1— Gurkha, Cleaning Time, Brain Child. 2— Surprise Box. Wing Wing, Peeto mar. 3— Whoosh, Sun Salvator, Naviga tion. 4— The Sheik, Sir Jerome, Hard Roll. 5— Gold Sweep, Van Tryst, Junior Prom. 6— Hiblaze. Zyloxxle, Rolls Rough. 7— Navy. Darby Du, Red Wrack. 8— Glnobi, Purport, Chestnut Bur. 9— Cherry's Child, Sir Time, Six Shooter. 10— Gay Troubadour, Smart Lad, Sour Cherry. Best man—Navy. Detroit Fair Grounds (Fast). , Br the Louisville Timet. I 1—Oversight, Our Willie, Peragra. 2— Black Brummell, Singing Heels, , Nani Leonai. 3— Baltee. Pop's Rival, Wise Fire. 4— Capt. Cal. Scrappy W„ BiU G. 5— Golden Man. Trustee, Bumpsv. 6— T. M. Dor sett, Displayer, Boy j Angler. i 7—Best Seller. Marriage. Red Rock. 8— Swain, Stem Winder, Supreme J Sir. 9— Lakeview, Count Natural, Had more. Best bet—T. M. Dorsett. Delaware (Fact). Br the Louisville Timet. 1— Kings Gambit, Ship Signal, Buckle Down. 2— Wallingford. At Bat. Anyway. 3— Martian, Sobriquet, Monday Lunch. 4— Ranger II, Cee Joe, Shipmate. 5— Trade Last, Fire Broom, She Dust. 6— Ocean Blue, Clyde Tolson, Cape Cod. 7— Navarin, Recondite, Betty's Bobby. 8— A vesta. Guerrilla. Dingmuns. Best bet—Ocean Blue. Lincoln Fields (Fast). Br the LouitviUe Timet. 1— Undulator, Russell, Hi Murt. 2— High Talent, Witan, Midluck. 3— Brutus, Away, Commencement. 4— Counterbalance, Tatu, Kokomo. 5— Bulldinger, Polymeilor, Equistar. 6— Signator. Royal Crusader, Heart man. j 7—Ribault, Skipper's Mate, Electric Flag. 8— War Vision, Alspur, Fay D. 9— Sir L„ Arched, Cloudy Weather. Best bet—Signator. Delaware Park Consensus (Fact). Br the Associated Prett. 1— Little Bud, Little Wiiard, These - sus. 2— Wallingford, El Jells, Toujour. 3— Sobriquet, Jim Jay, Monday Lunch. i 4—Sentinel, Livelyhood, Cee Joe. 5—She Dast, Firebroom, Trade Last. 8—Ocean Blue, Bay View, Dawn Attack. 7— High Arch, Mrs. E. D. Jacobs' entry, Betty's Bobby. 8— Misrule, Guerrilla, Avesta. Best bet—Misrule. New York Bank Stocks NEW YORK. M»y 29 tA*t.—National As sociation Securities Dealers. Inc.: Bk ol Am NTS (8F) (2.40) 27% Bank of Man (.80).. 13% Bank of N Y (14)_ 287 Bankert Tr (1.40)_ 33% Bkljrn Tr (4) . . 61tS Cen Han Bk A Tr (4)... 81% Chase Nat (1.40) _ 24% Chem Bk A Tr (1-.80)_ 34% Commercial (8) __ 138 Cont Bk & Tr f.80) _ 9% Corn Ex Bk & T (2.40) 28% Empire Tr (3) .. _ 35% Pirst Nat (Boa) (2)_ 34% First Natl (80) _085 Guaranty Tr (12)_208 Irving Tr (.60' ... Manufacturers Tr (2). _. Manufacturers Tr pf (2).. Natl City (1). _ N Y Trust (3%)_ Public (1%) _ Title Q it T._. dicap: purge. 35.000 added; S-mr-oldg and up: 8 furlongs Carmenita- 100 Transfigure_ 117 Hlcomb _ 112 Challamort_ 100 Woof Woof ... 118 Zac a tine_ 108 Sweet Willow.. 11* Doubt Not _110 Rough Time_ 107 Two-ton Tony_1O4 Watch Over_ 112 Valdlna Alpha.. 100 EIGHTH RACE—Purse. *1.000: elatm ing; 4-year-olds and up: 1% miles. xJunco _10* xQuercus _105 Suertero _113 Senega _105 xTop Queen .. loo xMultltud*_10* Priority _10* Oeo _ 110 xRedrk canyon 105 xPeannt Lady. 103 NINTH RACE—Puree. *1,000; claiming: 4-year-olds and up; 1% mile*. xSupreme Flag . " ' nlnio_ 116 Which* way_: Tora -10* zBran Com .. . 1 Dak* .. 113 Skirmish -103 renttee'sUowanM elatmed.