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BRIGGS CLARIFIERS and REFILLS SALES AND SERVICE SLigo 3400 CAPITOL TIHE DISTRIBUTORS 8527 Georgia Ave. Silver Spring, Nd. Grudge Bout Aired on WMAL Tonight Two top-flight welterweights, Tony Pellone and Billy Graham (above) of New York, whose dislike for each other amounts to a feud, clash in a ten-round return bout at Madison Square Garden tonight. Graham is still burned up because he dropped a decision to Tony last fall, thereby suffering the only loss in his professional career. Since then he has taken a leaf from Graziano’s book. He has abandoned his flashy boxing style and turned slugger with crowd-pleasing success. Pellone is no slouch in the slugging department either. A rough-and ready performer, he’s fast on his feet and fast with the punches. His most potent weapons are a smashing right uppercut and a zipping left hook. Enjoy the excitement, blow-by blow , on Gillette’s Cavalcade of Sports over American Broadcasting Co. and WMAL <630 on your dial > at 9 p.-.\ And remember men . . . LOOK sharp! FEEL sharp! BE sharp! Use Gillette Blue Blades with the •harperft edges ever honed! WO. Sr diiw. StfM, Capital Divot Diggers Face Full Schedule Over Week End Kenwood and Manor Clubs will hold qualifying rounds for their an nual men's club championship tour naments tomorrow, Sunday and Monday to co-feature the Labor Day week-end intra-club golf schedule. The program for the District area clubs: BELLE HAVEN—Monday, Holi day events. CHEVY CHASE—Monday. Sec retary’s Cup, 18-hole medal play in three divisions. COLUMBIA — Monday, 18-hole medal play event. CONGRESSIONAL — Saturday and Sunday, House Committee tour nament; Monday, Mixed scotch foursome. EAST POTOMAC—Sunday and Monday, Blind bogey. INDIAN SPRING—Sunday and Monday, 18-hole medal play event; Monday. Mixed scotch foursome. KENWOOD—Qualifying rounds, club championship, over entire week-end. MANOR—Qualifying rounds, club championship, over entire week-end. Monday, Flag tournament, driving, approaching and putting contests. PRINCE GEORGES — Sunday, Husband and wife tournament. WASHINGTON . GCC — Qualifying rounds, two-man team champion ship over entire week-end. WASHINGTON AVIATION — ounuay, oecona round niaicn piay, club championship. WOODMONT—Sunday and Mon day, 36-hole medal play sweep i stskfs DIVOT DATA — Gene Sarazen played two rounds at Burning Tree with Postmaster General Bob Han negan and was under par both rounds, according to Pro Max Elbin . . . The National Left-handed Golf ers' Association will revive its i tournament at Grensboro, N. C., September 9-15 . . . Sid Lanier, the former Metropolitan schoolboy golf champion and a recent par ticipant in the junior field days, has moved to Richmond, Va., and joined the Hermitage Club . , . Cliff Spencer has not mentioned it, but the local pros who were with the East Potomac pro at the National PGA reported Cliff played under the handicap of a heavy cold and struggled through 18 holes the days he shot 80-73, which failed to qualify . . . Martin F. McCarthy, Columbia’s Maryland State Golf Association vice president, was one i of those who received a brushofl at Five Farms Monday,, the day before the National Amateur quali fying rounds when contestants were forced to pay greens fees to play. McCarthy intends to ask why at the next meeting. The golfing Worsham brothers will be active today on three fronts. Lew is competing in the $15,000 open tournament in Los Angeles, Buck in the Middle Atlantic PGA assistant pro championship in Balti more and Marvin in the Washing ton-Baltimore junior team match at the Country Club of Maryland . . . Indian Spring members out number all other District clubs in the annual Fairacre Bowl, the invi tation at Hot Springs, Va., that opened with a qualifying round to day . . . The handicap committee for next week's Pro-Sportswriter golf tournament at Prince Georges will meet today. The squawks that follow will be heard from here to Egypt . . . Entries for the District public links championship close Sep tember 6 at East Potomac . . . Never-give-up-note: A youngster playing in the Baltimore C. C. caddy championship shot 272 for 18 holes . . . WHITTLESEY. Navy's 150-Pounders To Play 5 Grid Games By tht Asiociatcd Prut ANNAPOLIS, Md„ Aug. 30.—The Navy’s new 150-pound football team will play a five-game IC4A League schedule this season. To be formed after the varsity squad has been cut, the middle weight team wdll meet the 150 pounders of Princeton, Rutgers, Cornell, Villanova and Pennsylvania. FUTURE GREAT —Here’S Frankie (Pancho) Womack, 17-year-old Houston school boy, rated Texas’ greatest southpaw pitching prospect after hurling his American Legion team to the State championship by winning five games in which he fanned 103 batters. —AP Wirephoto. Grid Yanks May Sue To Recover Chicard By the Associated Press | PASADENA. Calif., Aug. 30.—An other preseason broadside was fired i in the professional football battle | last night as Dan Topping, owner of the New York Yankees of the All America Conference, gave Guard Gerard Ramsey one week to leave the National League Chicago Car dinals and Join the Yankees—or face an injunction suit. The threat of legal action against the former William and Mary star was in keeping with the inter-league rivalry which has fostered two suits so far. The Los Angeles All-America Dons and the Boston <NL) Yanks are jousting in a Boston court for title to Angelo Bertelli and the Cleve land (AA) Browns and Los Angeles (NL) Rams are fighting it out in the Cleveland bailiwick over Gaylon Smith. Braves to Buy Torgeson, Ailing Seattle Player By the Associated Press BOSTON, Aug. 30.—The Boston Braves today exercised their option and agreed to buy flashy Earl i Torgeson. 23-year-old first baseman of the Pacific Coast League's Seattle : Rainiers. The Boston club held up Its de cision until four doctors examined Torgeson and found him fit to play ball next season. The four medicos ruled Torgeson would be okay, but ordered him not to play any more this season. Kavakos, Clifton Clash For City Softball Title The District softball champion ship will be decided tonight in a game or games between Kavakos Grill and Clifton Liquors starting at 8:15 at Washington Softball Stadium. If Clifton wins, another game will be played tonight, but should Kavakos win the issue will be settled. The champion represents the District in regional playoffs on Sunday at Portsmouth, Va. Perry Back at W. and L. As Tennis Director By the Associated Press LEXINGTON, Va., Aug. 30.—Fred J. Perry, three times world ama teur t and twice world professional tennis champion, has returned to Washington and Lee as director of tennis activities and head coach of the varsity racketers. Perry said he intends “to develop i the game at W. and L. on an all around basis without too great an emphasis on intercollegiate compe tition.’’_ Turfman Tom Lewis Dies CHARLES TOWN, W. Va., Aug. 30—Tom Lewis. 49, of Buchanan, W. Va., well known owner and trainer, died here yesterday after a long illness. Spotlight on Jacobs As Redskins Meet All-Stars Tonight By Lewis F. Atchison Stor Staff Correspondent LOS ANGELES. Aug. 30— Ray Flaherty, class of '42, and Dud De Groot. '45, Redskin coaching alumni arrived in town today as the Tribe took off for San Diego to make its debut tonight against the Pacific Coast All-Stars. With them were enough former Tribesmen to or ganize a new chapter of old grads. Flaherty and De Groot, coaches of the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dons, respectively, of the !All-America Conference, will send i their teams into a practice game at ; Gilmore Stadium while their former assistant, Turk Edwards, is unveiling his first Redskin model 150 miles south. The games precede by one week the Redskin-Ram collision at the Coliseum, which is getting the headlines. Like more '46 models, the Skins have plenty of bugs—impersonally speaking, and the sliding block spe cialists will be looking for them to night. Indian Jack Jacobs, who can kick a ball farther than a taxi will take you for a buck, gets his first test as a T-formation quarterback and his bid for the job may hang in the j balance. Youei i>ets inai as uenerai. Jimmy Youei will get a shot at calling the signals, too, but the coaches are not banking too heavily on them for crucial games. When the chips are down you can look for your old friend, Sambo Baugh, to call the plays and do the passing. The coaches have several strategical decisions pending, closely guarded secrets, which depend on perform ances of key men like Jacobs, Youei. etc., tonight. It has been bruited about that the veteran Wilbur Moore will call the plays when Baugh is on the bench if Jacobs or Youei fail to measure up to the situation. None of the coaches really expects the latter pair to be ready to run the team this season because of their inexperi ence with the T. Youei, too, is serv ing his pro apprenticeship. The coaches also will have an in quisitive, if not apprehensive eye on the line, which, despite its bulk, does not stack up as a great one. They think the line will be all right I once it gets organized, but the i question is how soon will it be ready. Aldrich His Old Self. The possibilities, are there, start ing with Ki Aldrich at center, who looks as good as ever in practice. Johnny Jaffurs and Bill Ward shape up as the best guards, but the squad isn’t deep at that position. Tackle isn’t much better, although Paul Stenn has shown flashes of real ability and Don Avery would be truly outstanding if his ability matched his 245-pound bulk. With all, you can’t sell the Skins short this early in the game. Clark Shaughnessy, who has been build ing the Skins into a T team over the last three years, says much of their awkwardness and most of their mistakes can be attributed to the speed with which they covered ground this summer. He says they are three weeks ahead of last year and only have begun to smooth out. The Skins return to their Occi dental College camp tonight and will have tomorrow off, but Sunday they’ll be back on the two-a-day program, getting ready for the Rams. That still is their big game. More Than Injury Made Driver Bleed By th* Associated Pr»ss Frank (Bucki O’Neill, the silent man of the harness racing busi ness, relates this one about the time Trainer Tom Berry was tossed out of his sulky during the Goshen races. As a rescuer came over the rail to help him. Tom moaned: "I’m bleeding internally.” Properly impressed, the man shouted for an ambulance. “No, not an ambulance,” Berry protested. “I’m bleeding internally. I bet $200 on the horse.” New Grid Loop Debuts In Baltimore Tonight By th* Associated P.*ts BALTIMORE, Aug. 30.—Profes sional football’s new All-America Conference will make its competitive bow before East Coast fans at 8:15 tonight when the Miami Seahawks and Buffalo Bisons clash in an ex hibition contest. Both rosters are filled with stars from college and National Football League ranks. The two squads are reported in top condition. The probable starting lineup: Pos. M.ami Buffalo. L E. _ L. Davis (Ga ) Dugger (O. S t L.T Ellenson (Ga t Pucci (no coliege) LG Taylor (Stanford.) Pirro (C. U.) C, - Whitlow (Rice) Martinelli (Ser.i RO Sevtli (Auburn) Klug (Marquette) R.T. B Davis. Tex. T.) Klenk (USC) RE... Poole (S'di Vandeweghe (W.&M.i Q. B. Price 'Tex A.&M.i Hoop (Nebr.t L.H Gafford (Aub.). Tomasetti (Buck) R. H. . Erdlttz (N.W.). Jukwik (N. D.) F.B. Jones (Tulane) Kulbitski (Minn.) Rams Must Let Adams Go To AAC Club, Court Rules By th* Associated Press CLEVELAND, Aug. 30. — The champion Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League have been denied an injunction to pre vent Tackle Chet Adams from playing with the All-America Con ference Cleveland Browns. The Rams contended Adams broke a contract he signed with the Cleveland Rams before the team was moved to the West Coast, but Federal Judge Emerich B. Freed ruled that the Cleveland Rams ceased to exist as of the date of the transfer of their franchise to Los Angeles and that Adams’ ob ligations under the contract became j impossible of performance. The 235-pound tackle will play his first game with the Browns in an exhibition against the Brooklyn Dodgers in the Akron (Ohio) Rub ber Bowl tonight. Adams contend ed he wanted to finish his football | days in his home town and the city of his employment off the gridiron. Del Mar Racing Goes On As Jockeys Halt Strike DEL MAR, Calif., Aug. 30.—The threatened suspension of Del Mar’s racing season failed to materialize yesterday as jockeys settled their differences with the stewards. The track announced it would call off the rest of the meeting, sched uled to run until September 14, if the jockeys refused to accept mounts for tomorrow’s races. The riders had objected to the 10-day suspen sion of Willie (Smoky) Saunders, one of their members, who had been charged by the stewards with an incompetent ride. New Sailing Boats to Be Shown At Regatta Off Galesville, Md. Two of the newest one-design class —the International 210s—will make their appearance at West River Sail ing Club's annual regatta open ing off Galesville, Md., tomorrow. The two-day event is expected to attract better than 70 small boats from many sections of Chesa peake Bay as well as Washington. The news 210s, while not in large enough numbers to permit a sepa rate race for them this week end, will be allowed to go around the j course to test their performance against other boats. 1 Sailing the 29-footers will be Lin ton and “Bunny-’ Rigg of Annapolis and Comdr. William Stayton of Washington. About 60 of the boats are now sailing in the New England area. The three-race series provides for events for chine and round-bottom Chesapeake 20s. Hampton one-de signs, Comets, 16-footers, Penguins and moths. Two races are planned tomorrow morning and afternoon and the final race Sunday forenoon. That afternoon the traditional West River free-for-all will be held. Outdoors—with bhi Leetch The gunning season opens In Maryland Monday with doves and sora, rail and gallinules (except coot) fair game for license holders. Actually the t-"nirniiaiifiMiarrrrr-i' - - aeaaun opens ; September 1, but as s eptember 1 falls on Sun day and it is il legal to shoot in Maryland on Sunday, the sec ond is the open ing day. The season for mourning doves runs from Sep tember 1 to Oc tober 15, inclu Garrett County, Bill Le«tch. where it is closed. The daily bag limit is 10. The season on rails and gallinules • except coot), opening September 1, continues through October 31. The bag limit on rails and gallinules is 15 per day in the aggregate. On sora, also known as the Carolina Rail, the bag limit is 25 per day. The foregoing conforms with Federal regulations on these migratory birds. Other seasons announced by State Game Warden Ernest A. Vaughn are as follows: Squirrels: September 15 to Octo ber 15, then closed from October 16 to November 14 and open again No vember 15 to December 31 inclusive, except in Washington County, i where there is no late season. The daily bag limit is 6. Woodcock: November 15 to 29, in Peterman Ant Killer's touch and go for ants. Once they touch it...they're goners. Very touching. Just lay a thin line of this Peterman powder across their favorite entrance ... door, win dow, crack. They cross the line to their death! Economical, odorless ... with or without DDT. PETERMAN ANT KILLIR A elusive, with a daily bag limit of 4 and possession limit of 8. Pheasant, ruffled grouse, rabbits, wild turkey and quail: November 15 to December 31 inclusive. The daily bag limit on pheasant and ruffed grouse is 2 each, with a season limit of 6 each. The daily bag limit of rabbits is 4, and of quail 6. The limit on wild turkey is 1 per season. Deer: Six days, December 2 through December 7 inclusive. The bag limit is 1 male deer with 2 or more points to the antler per sea son. Exception is the Woodmont Rod & Gun Club in Washington County where the season is Decem ber 15 to 24. Raccoon and Opossum: Novem ber 1 to January 31; muskrat and ot ter: January 1 to March 15. There is a closed season on beaver. Here are a couple of tips we urge sportsmen to follow. The first con cerns duck hunting this ’season. Start now to make your arrange ments. Because of reduced bag and shooting days, it is anticipated a tremendous strain will be thrown on local facilities. Already we are hav ing inquiries on blind possibilities and we know of many reservations already made. According to expert opinion, duck hunters will increase largely this year, by an estimated 300,000 over last season, bringing the total up to 2,000,000. If you hope to get an outboard motor within the next year, put your name on some one’s list. Otherwise, you may go into the next year's fishing season and find you have to wait another six to nine months before getting delivery. Brakes Relined MAY’S Brake SERVICE 21 H St. N E. RE. 1660 "Since 1924" To better serve you, our facilities have been greatly expanded. Fast, dependable FORD service. Complete Stock of Genuine FORD Parts NORTHEAST MOTOR CO. 920 Bladensburj Rd. N.E. Om- Soars AT. 0200 Busy Feller Still Expects To Set Strikeout Record By th» Associated Press NEW YORK, Aug. 30.—Bobby Feller, a young business executive from Van Meter, Iowa, who pitches for the Cleveland Indians every fourth day, has more irons in the fire than Promoter Mike Jacobs. First and most important iron is his bid for a new major league strikeout record, second by a post season exhibition tour. Plans for writing a book, running a baseball school,for ex-GIs and operating a minor league franchise in Denver supply his spare moments. Although Rapid Robert’s failure to fan more than four Yankees in his last outing before over 70,000 Yankee Stadium fans has been gen erally accepted as a serious crimp in his ambitions for a strikeout mark. Feller doesn’t think so. “I think I still have a good chance to break Rube Waddell’s record,” he explained. “I figure I will start nine more times and with 294 now I need 59 to tie Rube’s mark according to the record books.” Phils' Hughes Faces Charge Of Kidnaping His Children •y tho Associated Pre*» CINCINNATI, Aug. 30.—Roy J. Hughes, Philadelphia inflelder, to day faced a charge of kidnaping his two daughters by a former mar riage. A warrant signed in Municipal Court here yesterday by Mrs. Adel aide Hughes, his divorced wife, ac cused him of "unlawfully, wilfully, purposely, forcibly and fraudently kidnaping and detaining” Joyce Ann Hughes, 14, and Patricia Hughes, 11, last Tuesday, the day after the Phils concluded a three-game series with the Cincinnati Reds. There was no comment immedi ately from Hughes, believed to be in Pittsburgh where the Phils play the Pirates tonight. | BUICK SERVICE S CAITHNESS BUICK, IHC. 0* 4718 Hampden Lane, Bethesda WIS. 4500 . 1010 F ST. N.W. 706 I6H1 SI. N.W. Oppawta Woodward l Bat. G S*. and N. Y. Ava. LoHirop N. W. on 15Hi St. ..T Kapilow Match Ahead If Perry Licks Horne Aaron Perry of Washington and George (Sonny) Horne of Valley! Stream. Long Island, are signed by! Promoter Goldie Ahearn of Liberty A. C. for a 10-round fight at Grif fith Stadium the night of Septem ber 9. This is the fight originally sched uled for last June at a time when Perry, local colored slugger, was i riding high as a result of his knock out over Bee Bee Washington. Sev eral days before the bout was due, however, Horne was down with in fluenza and Danny Kapilow was substituted. Kapilow promptly knocked out Perry. Harry Garsh, Perry's manager, gives overconfidence as a contribut ing factor to that knockout and is asking for a return bout. That might be arranged if Perry makes this fight against Horne a winning one. Horne, a middleweight, went 10 ^rounds against Rocky Graziano, who has been knocking out every one else, and his latest fight was a wiring one against Mickey Doyle last Tuesday at Youngstown, Ohio. Lefty Grove Honored At Cumberland Meet Special Dispatch to Tht Star CUMBERLAND. Md„ Aug. 30.— Robert Moses Grove, one-time American League pitching great, will be the guest of honor today, with the Cumberland Fair Associa tion not only naming the sixth race after him, but having him as the luncheon guest, along with Charles • Butcher* Schmidt, first sacker for: the world champion Boston Braves, and Fritz Maisel, former third sacker, for the New York Yankees, both teammates of Grove men when he was a member of the Baltimore Ori oles, prior to going to Connie' Mack’s A's. Grove, if he is in a wagering mood, will do well to string along i with Earl P. L. Poston's White Easter in the 6 Vi-furlong feature bearing the name of the former! diamond star. White Easter has, trained well. Directors of the Cumberland Fair Association met last night and made plans for the 1947 meeting. A new pari-mutuel department, several new barns and increased grand stand capacity were discussed. Schenz 'Most Valuable' Player in Texas Loop •y *h» Associated Press TULSA, Okla., Aug. 30.—Tulsa’s pepperpot third-baseman, Henry Schenz, top hitter of the league and sparkplug for the fourth-place Oilers, today was voted the most valuable player in the Texas League for 1946. The versatile 24-year-old infielder nosed out Boris Woyt, star center fielder for the Forth Worth Cats, by only two points in balloting by members of the Texas League Base ball Writers’ Association. Gridman Krouse Transfers Ray Krouse, 6-foot-3, 240-pound tackle who received all-high men tion when playing at Western in 1943, recently was discharged from the service and will play at Mount St. Joseph’s, Baltimore, this season. i | ■ : oard Mi REPAIRS Att Make, JOHNSON JtA-itMt tUTIOHD MOTMJ iyiiain'ipB]?P Clean Slate Hopeful Favorite After Fast Workout at Spa •y th« Aisociottfd Prw» Robert Kelberg's Clean Slate turned in an impressive speed workout at Saratoga yesterday and1 now looms as a starter in tomor row’s rich Hopeful Stakes. The chestnut colt, a full brother to Assault, flashed a half mile in 45% seconds. Trainer Max Hirsch prob ably will send two to the post in the 6%-furlong juvenile special, A. J. Sackett’s Johnny Dlmick making up the probable duo. Clean Slate is only one of several youngsters who have shown high speed in preps over the fast Spa strip. Cosmic Bomb’s latest spin was 6 furlongs in 1:11%, while J.! R. Bradley’s Grand Union Hotel Stakes victor, Blue Border, turned a similar distance in 1:12. Mrs. Esther DuPont Weir’s Royal Governor now is doubtful for the Hopeful, with a stake at Garden State Park on Labor Day probably his next engagement. Rouge Dragon, M. A. Cushman’s champion jumper, heads a field of six named for the $7,500 Saratoga Steeplechase Handicap, feature of today’s program at Saratoga. Kent Miller’s War Battle, second in the Beverwyck, and his stablemate, Elk ridge, will be among today starters. Turning in the fastest six furlongs in the 44 runnings of the stake. Deering Howe s Donor captured the Albany Handicap at Saratoga yes terday by three lengths in 1:10%. j It was his sixth triumph in seven starts. At Garden State Park, G. R. Wat kins’ Justa Note won the $4,000 Jockeys' Guild Purse for her fourth straight success. She headed the favored Miss War, who was three lengths in front of Turnplate. Justa Note stepped the mile and one sixteenth in 1:47% and returned $7.40. William Veeneman’s Dainty Red won the $3,500 Marguerite Purse at Washington Park, nosing out C. V. Whitney’s Front Page. The winner Every Day 10 A. M. TO 10:30 PM. Until LABOR DAY NIGHT I SWIM I AT Glen Echo IN WATER THAT IS FIT TO DRINK I —— completed the 5'4 furlongs In 1:05 U and paid $13 60. Magellan, from the Cherry Oca Stable, won the Endurance Series Handicap at Narragansett Park by a length and a quarter over Flour town with Stell third. The winner was clocked in l:54*s for the mile and a furlong and paid $3.40. Aqua Follies Held in Rain As War Vets Show Up It was easy for the cast of the ‘‘Aqua Follies of 1946" to carry out that “show must go on” stuff when rain dampened the scheduled Thursday evening performance for war veterans, as most' of the cast was in bathing suits. A special reason for going on with the show, however, was that patients from Walter Reed and the Bethesda Naval Hospitals turned up as promised. 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