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Olson's Leads Heurich I
In Industrial Playoff; Two Titles Clinched Ole Olson’s is one victory away from the Industrial League cham pionship and two other sandlot baseball titles are clinched as the result of games yesterday. Olson’s beat the Heurich Brew ers, 5-1, in the first of their two out-of-three-playoff series on the West Ellipse before a crowd of over 2,000. The *wo clubs meet again today and tomorrow, if necessary. The Metropolitan Police won the Anacostia Recreation crown and Trader Glassers the East Rec reation title without taking the field. Atchison and Keller eliminated Naval Air Station from conten tion in the Anacostia League by beating the airmen, 7-3. The Po lice with a 8-1 second half record therefore won both rounds to take the title. NAS finished with a 7-3 mark and the Plumbers ended with 5-3 for the second half. Park Police Eliminated. In the East Ellipse circuit, Na-j val Receiving Station, which for-' feited its last game, showed up; with enough men and beat the Park Police, 9-2, to knock them out of the running. The Trader Glassers, first-half champions, | finished with a 9-3 second round mark—good enough for the sec ond half title and the league j championship. Park Police had an 8-4 record and NRS 7-5. The FBI strengthened its hold on first place in the Departmental League by whipping Northeast Body Works, 12-7, going in front of the Fire Department by a full game. 1 me u-Men (a-n iace me fire- • men, first half winners, Wednes day and Thursday, if necessary, , and need only a split to win the second half crown. Should the : Fire Department (8-2) take both games it would win the second round title and clinch the cham-’ pionship. If the FBI wins one more game it will meet the Fire men in a two-out-of-three series for the Departmental crown, starting the end of this week or next Monday. In today’s Industrial League battle, George Jarboe, Heurich’s ace pitcher, is scheduled to start against Ole Olson’s A1 Kimmel who led the circuit’s hurlers with a 6-0 season’s mark. Yesterday, Bob Mitchell tossed a four-hitter to tame the Brewers. He struck out two and walked four as he held all except Leftfielder Max Coe in check. Coe got a doable and a single—half of Heu rich’s hits—and spoiled Mitchell’s shutout with an unearned run in the seventh inning.' Odie Printz went all the way for Heurich and gave up only five hits. Olson’s scored two runs in the sec ond on Joe Rudden’s long fly and Tom Curtis’ single and three more in the eighth. George Hughes, re turning to the lineup for the first time in three weeks since pulling a leg muscle, knocked in two runs in the eighth with a bases-loaded single. Goff Is Winning Pitcher. Atchison & Keller spoiled any hopes Naval Air Station had of I overtaking the Metropolitan Po lice when they outslugged the Airmen yesterday. NAS outhit A. & K„ 12-11, but Willie Goff, who went all the way for the winners, scattered the hits effec tively. Bill Guire pitched a three-hitter for Naval Receiving Station to eliminate the Park Police. He struck out five in the seyen-inning game, a length agreed on by both clubs. Babe Wilson gave up nine hits and was the losing pitcher. Red Rowland and Johnny Sears led the NRS hitters. Rowland hit a single and a homer while Sears had a triple and a double. Voris Conrad was the FBI’s j winning pitcher, but he needed relief from Bill Wixted in the eighth. Shortstop John 'Miggins led the G Men at bat with three for four. Baltimore Raceway Entries Tonight Post Time. 8:16 PM. FIRST RACE—Trot. 20 classified; 2 years-olds and up: 1 mile: 1st division: purse, $700. Temple Oallon (F. Jones) _20-1 Prince Darnley (W Wathen)_ 7-2 Dagsworthy Ann (T. Waters)_ 5-1 Josedale Frances (C. Carter)_20-1 Lois Ann K. (H. Fay)_20-1 Fond Memory (M. Harmenlng)_ 6-2 Mill Hl-Lee <E. Myer)_ 3-1 Mighty Mite (Q. Brenneman)_ 4-1 Also eligible: Wee Mite (L. Turlington). _ 6-1 Patrick Colleen (M. Hubbard)_ 4-1 SECOND RACE—Pace, 21 classified: 2 year-olds and up; 1 mile: 2nd division; purse. *700. Our Grattan (G Warthen)_ 3-1 Chief Eden (J. Santero)_15-1 Royal Amelia (A. Myer).._ 5-2 Easter Pearl (J. Hardwick)_15-1 Rose Marie Woollen (T. Ruffino).. 12-1 Streamline Volo (G. King)_10-1 Clnco’s Star (C. Carter)_ _ 6-2 Laurellte Hanover (G. Brenneman) 8-1 Also eligible: Judith Volstadt (W. Stengel)_ 6-1 Deacon Siskiyou (No Driver)_ 6-1 THIRD RACE—Trot. 18 classified. 2 year-olds and up; 1 mile; purse, $700. 8ilk Abbe (E. Adams) __ 4-1 Mr. Volo Morris (T. Walters)_20-1 Rex Bills (E. Kelly).. _ __ 2-1 Robert Darnley (C. Knlerlm)_ 5-2 Ella Bounty (C. Glgee)_12-1 Pack Up (R McPhllllps)_ 8-1 Zora Hanover (D. Flora)_ 20-1 Flying Fortress (W. Cotter)_ 6-1 Also eligible: Frances Posecroft (W. Fleming)_ 6-1 Mickey Volomlte <L. O’Neal)_ 8-1 FOURTH RACE—Pace. 19 classified; 3 year-olds and up; 1 mile; 1st division; stallions and geldings; purse, $700. 8tubby Brooke (E. Kelly)_ 4-1 Donald Orr (L. Turlington)_20-1 Cash Dillon (M. MacDonald)_ 8-1 Abbe Vonlan (M. Harmenlng)_ 5-2 Falconridge Peter (E. Adams)_12-1 The Adjuster (C. Knlerlm) _ 3-1 James the Sixth (W. Hudson)_ 9-1 Beanery Boy (M, Hubbard)_ 6-1 Also eligible: Bardia Guy (E. Brennan)_ 8-1 Japonlca Red (L O’Neal)_ 4-1 FIFTH RACE—Pace. 17 classified: 2 year-olds and up: 1 mile; purse, $700. Billy Melhurn (J. Brown)_ 8-1 Scart (E. Kelly) _ 2-1 Belly Jane 'F. Church)_15-1 Little Shawne (E. Avery)_ 3-1 Neal Abbe <J. Btokley) _ 12-1 Flicka B. (N. Galentlne_10-1 Bill’s Hfclen (Mi MacDonald)_ 6-2 Significant (G. Brenneman)_20-1 Also eligible: Amber Ann (A. Myer)_ 6-1 Dona June (J. Dias)_ 6-) SIXTH RACE—Pace, 12 classified: 3 year-olds and up; (hrfrsei listed In 12 class, not 2nd this meet, also eligible); 1 mile: purse, *800. Hilo’s Forbes (M. Hubbard)_ 3-1 Winnie Direct (H. Clukey)_ 2-1 Scotch Story (D. Cameron)_ 3-1 Lord Clinton (T. Walters)_20-1 Oxheart (J. Amato)_ 5-1 Colonel Dan (R. Ryan)_ 8-1 Prince Walter (F. Jones)- lb-1 SEVENTH RACE—The Cimarron Chief, pace. 3-year-olds and up; stake; memorial cup; 1 mile; purse, $3,000. Casanova (D. Cameron)- 6-1 Hot Tip (W. Hudson)-20-1 Nora Direct (T. Lewis)_12-1 Berty York (O. Davis)- 2-1 Eloise Moon (W. Wood)_20-1 Alma Direct (E. Avery)- 16-1 Milo Hanover (W. Fleming)_ 2 1 Mr Primrose (J. Brown)- 9-: EIGHTH RACE—Pace. 19 classified. 2 year-olds and up; 1 mile: 2nd division stallions and geldings: purse, $700. Trojan Hanovgr (F. Church) __ 4-1 Governor Bonington (J. Walters)_10-] Casa Manana (D. Cameron)- 5-’. Single Don (L. Scott)-22-1 Dale Royal <E. Adams)- 2-1 Crest (W. Stengel) _ 8-1 In Command (W. Cotter). 20-1 Mr Ellen Abbedale (C. Knlerlm)_12-1 4. . Also Eligible: “ gome Boy (L. Turlington)_6-1 bad Pin (H. Kelley)-F«-i far* GOLF PRIZES ADMIRED—Gazing fondly on prizes to be awarded in the Senate-House-Pro golf tournament at East Potomac Saturday are (left to right) Senate Majority Leader McFarland, Senator Capehart of Indiana, Dr. John R. Steelman, assistant to the President; Joseph C. Duke, Senate sergeant at arms; Senator Cain of Washington, Paul Porter, former OPA director; Del Webb, vice president of the New York Yankees, and Ty Cobb, former baseball star. The tournament will be played in the interest of publicizing the Completion Fund of Children’s Hospital. i i California Girl, 18, Iraws Top Attention r n Western Golf Play | S' By tht Associated Press q DETROIT, July 31.—Remember k iS1 re name: Barbara Romack. You h T hould hear a lot in the golfing rorld about this vivacious 18 ear-old Californian in the next ;w years. A newcomer to amateur.tourna- D rents, the smiling • 5-foot-4 lass * rom Sacramento swept down the r airways of Plum Hollow yester- * ay with a one-under-par 39-37— * 6 to qualify for the champion- | hip flight in the Women's West- \ rn Amateur championship. 1 Only the veteran Barbara Daw- - on of Piedmont. Calif., outshone J ler. Earbara shot the greatest f ompetitive round of her career * nd set a new course record with 7-37—74. Miss Dawson pocketed medalist tonors and also won the driving 1 on test with a 241-yard blast. The ) ipening-day field of 143 was cutJ o 32 for the championship flight.'^ rive days of match play started i oday with scores of 86 and lower \ m the par 38-39—77 course qual- j fying. • Defending Champion Polly Riley 1 >f Fort Worth, Tex., shot a 78, vhile Mae Murray of Rutland, Vt., ast year’s runnerup had a 77. llaire Doran, Ohio State cham >ion, also had a 77, while Mary Inn Downey of Baltimore turned J n a 78 and Mrs. Maurice Glock of Jaltimore, Maryland State cham- t lion, shot an 81. , J The teen-age qualifiers besides ' fiss Romack included Mickey i Vright, 16, of LaJolla, Calif., and [ ‘atricia Ann Lesser, 17, of Seattle, \ Vash. i 1 ■ 10-Day Race Meeting Opens at Hagerstown Special Dispatch to Tho Star HAGERSTOWN, Md., July 31.— The Hagerstown Fair Association proudly puts its reconstructed “million dollar” racing plant on display today for the opening of a 10-day meeting running through August 11. Next Monday will be “dark.” Everything is so new that the; owners art calling their setup “the little Saratoga of half-mile tracks.” Post time daily will be 2:15 p.m., with the daily-double closing at 2 p.m. Seating capacity of the new steel grandstand is 3,200. not counting an additional 440 in the boxes. Another 400 can be seated in the boxes in the new four-deck clubhouse. The new plant apparently Is popular with horsemen, too, and every race today has drawn the limit of eight horses permitted on Maryland half-milers. Today s feature is the sixth race of about five furlongs for $1,200. There Arthur Clatter buck’s Weatherman, able to get in only one race, which he won handily at Cumberland, is the even-money favorite despite car rying the top weight of 122 pounds. Minor Leagues By th« Associated Press INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Springfield. 3; Syracuse. 1. Montreal. 7—1; Toronto. 6—3. Ottawa, 3; Buffalo. 1. Baltimore. 9; Rochester. 8. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Kansas City, 11; Toledo, 6. 8t. Paul. 7; Louisville. 5. Milwaukee &; Columbus. 4. Indianapolis. 4; Minneapolis, t PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. , (No games scheduled.) EASTERN LEAGUE. Binghamton, 1—6; Hartford. 0—1. Albany; 4—7; Schenectady, 3—2. Wilkes-Barre. 8; Scranton, 2. (Only games scheduled.) TEXAS LEAGUE. Dallas. 4; Houston, 2. Fort Worth. 6; San Antonio. 1. Tulsa. 2; Beaumont. 0. Oklahoma City, 2; Shreveport. 1. I SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE. Augusta, 4—0; Macon, 0—6. Columbia, 6; Charleston, 4. Columbus, 5; Savannah, 1. Montgomery, 6; Jacksonville. 3. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. Memphis 10; Little Rock, 2. (Only game scheduled.) WESTERN LEAGUE. Sioux City, 11—1; Denver. 7—8. Des Moines, 7; Pueblo, 3. Lincoln. 4: Omaha. 0. Wichita, 9; Colorado Springs, f. CENTRAL LEAGUE. Muskegon. 8; Saginaw, 7. Flint, 13; Charleston, 11. Grand Rapids, 3; Dayton. 2. .' .. mnmmrn i ■— — : I BOND INVESTMENT CO. II04 Varmont Ava. N.W. Call MR. CARROW 1 L JST. A405 *-■ Major League Box Scores 'YESTERDAY’S GAMES. Yanks, 5; Tigers, 4 < Detroit AB H. O. A. N. Y. AB H.O.A.i* Berry.ss 3 0 1 2 W'dling.rf 3 0 3 0 i ?rlr»1y.2b 4 10 2 Collins.rf 5 1 5 0} ■Cell,.'lb 4 2 3 3 Brown..lb 4 15 0* 3'chock.rf 4 0 2 0 DM'ggo cf 4 14 0 1 3roth,cf 4 1 3 0 Berra.c 3 111} Evers, If 4 3 3 1 Mize, lb 3 1 4 0 1 iol'wy.lb 4 2 5 2 ajensen 0 0 0 0 1 Swift.c 4 17 1 Martin.ss 0 0 0 0 1 Fl'ch'son.p 3 0 2 0 MD'sld.'Jb 4 3 1 11 rrucks.p 1 0 0 0 Rizzuto.ss 2 0 2 1 £ -Col'm’n.ss 0 0 11 Totals 35 10x26 11 Hopp.lb 10 10 Lopat.p 4 10 2 Totals ~33 9 27 6 [ xTwo out when winning run scored. aRan for Mize in eighty Detroit _ 010 000 120— 4 i New York _ 000 100 121— 6 i Runs—Priddy, Kell. Evers <21. Collins, j DiMagglo. Berra, Jensen. McDougald. Er ror—Berra. Runs batted In—Kolloway. j Mize. Evers, Kell, Souchock. McDougald. ! DiMagglo. Two-base hits—Kell (2). Mize. . Kolloway. Priddy. McDougald. Collins. . Three-base h/t—Evers. Home run—Evers, j Stolen bases -Berra, Berry. Sacrifice— , Coleman. Double play—Coleman to Me- ] Dougald to Mize. Left on bases—Detroit. ] 5; New York, 9. Bases on balls—Oft Hutchinson. 5; Trucks. 1; Lopat. 1. Struck ] out—By Hutchinson. 4: by Lopat. 1. Hits ! —Off Hutchinson, 7 in 7J3 innings; offjl Trucks. 2 in 1 inning. Wild pitch—I' Hutchinson. Winning pitcher—-Lopat (13- ' 6). Losing pitcher—Trucks (4-5). Time: —2:16. Attendance—39.684. --- | Reds, 6; Phils, 5 Phils- AB. H. O A. Cinci. AB H. O A. Walt's.lb 3 0 9 0 Adams.3b 5 4 1 2.1 Ashb'n.cf 4 17 0 Ryan.2b 4 1 0 lj< Jones,3b 4 2 14 Lttw’er.rf 3 1 3 0 1 Ennis rf 4 110 Wyro'k.rf 1 1 0 0 i Sisler.lf 3 0 2 1 Adcock.If 4 0 4 0:1 Ham’er.ss 4 0 14 Klus'ki.lb 3 1 9 It Pel'inl.'lb 2 12 0 Usher cf_ 4 2 4 1 Cab'ro.2b 1 0 0 0 Howell.c 4 1 5 0 Wilber.c 3 12 0 M'Mil'n.ss 4 O 0 4; Johns'n p 3 0 0 0 Black'll p 0 0 o 0 Hansen p 0 0 0 1 Erautt.p 1 0 0 2! •Nichol'n 1 0 0 0 tschef’ng 0 o 0 0 Kons'ty.p 0 0 0 0 Byerly.p 0 0 1 0 tMeeks . 1 0 0 0; Smith.p 1 0 0 1 1 Totals 32* "*6x26 To Totals 36 11 2712 i •Struck out for Hansen in 9th. xOne cut when winning run scored. (Walked for Erautt in 5th. SFlled out for Byerly in 7th. Philadelphia _ 050 000 000—5 i Cincinnati _ 000 022 101—6!' Runs—Waitkus Ashburn, Sisler. Wtl- 1 ber. Johnson. Adams (2). Kluszewski. Usher (2) Howell Errors—Usher, Mc Millan. Runs batted in—Ryan. Wyrostek. 1 Usher (2). Howell. Ashburn (2), Jones. 1 Johnson Two-base hits—Jones, Howell. Three-base hits—Adams. Ryan. Home - run—Usher Stolen base—Kluszewski. Left on bases—Philadelphia, 5; Cincinnati. 7. Bases on balls—Off Blackwell. 4; off . Byerly. 1; off Johnson, 3. Struck out—By! Blackwell. 1; by Byerly, 2; by Smith. 1; by Johnson 1. Hits—OfT Johnson. 7 in I 6'/j innings; off Hanson. 2 in l*s innings;, off Konstanty 2 in % inning: off Black well. 3 in 1 4s Innings; off Erautt. 2 in 3Mjll innings; off Byerly none In 2 innings; off Smith, 1 in 2. Dinings. Passed ball—Wil ber Wirntng pitcher—-Bmith (5-2). Losing pitcher-—Konstanty (4-10). Time i-—2:19. Attendance—4.034. Top Women Golfers Play District Semifinals Today Four of the District's outstand ing women golfers were paired off: today in semifinal matches in the Kenwood women s club cham pionship. Mrs. Betty Meckley, who soon will defend her United States Women’s senior title, met Mrs. Rex Howard for one berth in the final, while the other match was -between Mrs. Richard Kreuzburg, the District champion, and Mrs. :J. P..Trouchaud, Maryland State runnerup. The final will be played tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Meckley was the only favorite to be extended yesterday las she unexpectedly had to go !8 ■holes to defeat Mrs. Nick Hollan ! der, 2 up. In other matches, Mrs. I Howard won over Mrs. E. B. Lock ett, 6 and 4; Mrs. Kreuzburg de» :feated Mrs. Ed Widmayer, 6 and 4, and Mrs. Trouchaud won over Mrs. William Ready, 7 and 5. _ Coss and Bradford Win In Junior Tennis Tourney Special Dispatch to The Star KALAMAZOO, Mich., July 31. —Tim Coss of Landon School, Be thesda, Md., is in the second round of the National Junior ten nis championships after breezing to a 6—0, 6—0 victory over Ralph Blount, Milwaukee, yesterday. Tommy Bradford of Wilson High School, Washington, D. C, advanced by beating James An derson, Iowa City, Iowa, 6—2, 6—2, but Peter Dell, also from Landon School, was eliminated by David Moran, Holland, Mich., 6—3, 10—8. Jerry Schram, Fern dale, Mich., beat John Harris, Be thesda, Md., 6—1, 7—5, in the boys’ division. Cubs, 7; Giants, 6 (. York AB. H. O. A. Chicago AB. H. O. A. Itanky.2b 3 0 2 3 Miksis.2b 4 1 :i 3, Dark.ss 5 12 6 Jeffc't.rf 4 1 2 0 Uuel'r.rf 5 110 B'mh'ts.cf 4 12 0 ‘Williams 0 0 0 0 Sauer,If 4 0 2 0 rvin.li 5 10 0 Jack’n,3b 2 113 tlays.cf 3 1 3 0 Con'rs.lb 4 2 10 0 -ockn.lb 4 3 13 1 Smaly.ss 4 2 15 r‘m‘n.3b 3 111 Owen.c. _ 3 1 6 1 IVest m.c 2 12 1 Lown.p _ 1 1 0 1 Coslo.p 1 0 0 0 Dublelip 2 0 0 1 Spencer.p 2 0 0 0 -Leonard.p 10 0 0 Totals 33 ~9 24 12 Totals 33 10 27 14 •Ran for Mueller In Oth. New York _ 003 000 030—6 Chicago _ 031 100 02x—7 Runs—Stanky. Dark. Mays, Lockman, rhomson, Westrum, Jeffcoat. Baumholts, Jackson. 2; Connors. Smalley. Owen. Error—Westrum. Runs ■ batted In— Smalley. 5; Sauer. Miksis, Irvin. 2; Dark, rhomson, 3. Two-base hits—Owen. Smal ley. Three-base hits—Irvin. Jeffcoat. Home runs—Smalley, Thomson. Double Plays—Jackson to Miksis to Connors; Du biel to Owen to Connors: Dark to Stanky to Lockman; Miksis to Smalley to Connors. Left on bases—New York, 7; Chicago. 5. Bases on balls—Off lown, 3; off Dubiel, 4; off Koslo, 1: off Spencer. 2. Struck out— By Dubiel, 2; by Koslo. 2; by Spencer, l. Hits—Oil Lown, 3 in 2 innings (faced 4 batters in 3rd: off Dubiel. 5 in 6's: off Leonard. 1 in IV off Koslo, 7 in 34j; off Spencer. 3 In 4Vj. Winning pitcher— Leonard (10-3). Losing pitcher^—Spencer i6-4). Time of,game—2:29. Attendance— 7,518. v Cards, 4; Braves, 3 Boston AB. H. O. A. 8t. L’s. AB. H. O. A. Hart'd.2b 5 0 3 3 Schoen.ss 4 0 14 Jethroe.cf 3 2 3 0 Sl'gh’r.rf 4 0 2 1 Torg'n.lb 4 3 11 0 Musial,lb 4 17 0 Elliott.3b 3 12 0 H Rice.If 4 3 3 0 Gordon.If 4 0 0 0 Diering.If 0 0 0 0 Marsh'l.rf 4 10 0 W’lake.cf 2 13 1 Cooper,c_ 4 0 4 1 Hemus,2b 3 2 5 2 Logan.ss 3 114 John’nJib 4 0 3 1 tMarques 0 0 0 0 D.Rice.c 3 2 3 0 Biekf'd.p 3 0 0 2 Cham'rs.p 4 10 0 •Sisti 1 0 0 0 Totals 34 8 24 10 Totals 32 10 27 ~9 •Fouled out for Bickford In Oth. tRan for Logan In 9th. Boston - 101 000 100—3 St. Louis_ 200 000 02x—4 Runs—Hartsfield. Jethroe. Logan, Mu sial. H. Rice, 2; Johnson. Errors—Schoen dienst. 2; Logan. Jethroe. Runs batted in—Elliott. Musial, Westlake, Torgeson. Jethroe. Hemus. D. Rice Two-base hits— Westlake. Chambers, Jethroe. D. Rice. Home_ run—Musial. Stolen base—Torge son. Sacrifice—Westlake. Double plays— Schnendlenst to Hemus to Musial; Logan to Torgeson. Left on bases—Boston. 7; St. Louis. 8. Basses on balls—Off Bick ford. 2; off Chambers. 3. struck out—By Bickford, 3; by Chambers, 3: Hit by pitch er—By Bickford (D. Ricei. Winning pitcher—Chambers (7-#). Losing pitcher —Bickford (10-8). Time of game—2:03 Attendance—8.495. Open Golf Champion Heads British Ryder Cup Team By th« Associated Press LONDON, July 31.—Eight Brit ons, headed by Max Faulkner. Open Go’f Champion, were named today to meet a United States team of professionals in the 1951 Ryder Cup matches. The matches will be held No vember 2 and 4 at Pinehurst. N. C, Two more players, bringing the British s^uad to ten, will be se lected after the professional match play tournament at Hoylake in September. In addition to Faulkner, those selected are Ken Bousfleld, Fred Daly, Jack Hargreaves, Arthur Lees, Da’ Rees, John Panton and Charlie Ward. All except Har greaves and Panton have repre sented Britain in previous Ryder Cup play. Frank Small, Jr., New Head Of Maryland Racing Group ty th. Asiociat.d Pr«»» ANNAPOLIS, Md., July 31.— Frank Small, jr„ Washington automobile dealer and member of the Maryland Racing Commission since 1937, will take over as chair man of the three-man group to morrow. Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin yes terday named Small, a Republican, to a four-year term as chairman, succeeding H. Courtenay Jenifer Democrat. Jenifer, who resigned the chairmanship, will remain s member of the commission. Hi! term expires in 1953. Small is president of the Na tional Association of Racing Com missioners. Gov. McKeldin has said he wil name D. Eldred Rinehart, Repub lican leader of Washingtor County, to the third place on th« commission. Rinehart will suc ceed Wilbur R. Dulin, who agreed to stay on until a successor wai named, when his term expired June 1. Today a year ago—The Braves edged the Cardinals, 4-3, to move into second place in the National League. t .— ' Pro Talk Sounds Good, But Savitt Wants Only To Polish New Game By th« Associated Press SOUTH ORANGE, N. J., July 31.—Strange as it may sound, at least one of the top tennis players in ,the United States is not inter ested in turning professional. Dick Savitt, who took the court against Andy Tully of New Rochelle, N. Y., in the second round of the Eastern Grass Courts championships today, said he has no intentions of turning pro—yet. That will come as bad news to promoters, one of whom re portedly offered Dick, the Aus tralian and Wimbledon champion, $75,000 last week. “It sounds good,” said Dick, who is playing virtually around the corner from his home in East Orange, but right now he is more interested in working on a new service which gives him more ac curacy. If his result of yesterday, when he whipped Chauncey Steel of Cambridge, Mass., is any indi cation, he can call it a success. He served seven aces and won the match as he pleased, 6—3. 6—1 There was not an upset in the first round, and there do not figure to be any today with most of the top-seeded entries meeting the lesser lights for the second day. Tony Trabert of Cincinnati, the youngster who won the Southamp ton tournament Sunday, meets Bill Lurie of Brooklyn; Frank Sedg man, Australian Davis Cup ace. tangles with Conway Catton of Alameda, Calif., and Bill Talbert, United States Davis Cupper plays Jerry De Witts of Oakland, Calif. First Matches Scheduled In Girls' Tennis Tourney Carol McCord, seeded first among the girl players in the City of Washington girls and junior tennis tournament, drew Nancy Sheehan as her first opponent in today’s opening matches at Con gressional Country Club. Nancy Corse, rated tops among juniors, was to meet Nancy Peter son in her opening test. Entries for play in the doubles will be accepted until 6 p.m. today at the club. Pairings: GIRL8. 1 pm.—Virginia Faller vi. Barbara Berry; Loretta Lowe vs Elaine Sans; Shir ley Pllklngton; Pat Hubbard vg Mary Ann Dwan: Rosemary Howard vs. Virginia Carr 2 p.m.—Mickey Teixeria vs. Mullet Flerst. 3 p.m.—Carol McCord vs. Nancy Shee han. JUNIOR GIRLS. 2 p.m.—Nancy Corse vs. Nancy Peter son: Betty McCord vs. Diane Wilkinson; Louise Ralph vs. Marianne Chappell. 6 p.m.—Carol Olive vs. Sharon Schoen felder. — Scouts Honored Biggie Munn Clarence L. "Biggie” Munn, head football coach at Michigan State College, was once awarded the Silver Beaver by the Boy Scouts of America for distinguished serv ice to boyhood. 1 • ^^3 • 9 • > ■■■ • BRAKES RELINED WHILE YOU WAIT With the IMetv Rivetless “SAFTIBOND” The industry's newest and finest brake lining segments, pressure bended, giving mere friction, longer wee.'. No rivets to score drums. RIVETED 50 4 WHEELS UNINfiS up COMPLETE W|>|il ■ ADJUSTMENTS FOR £ HJCiEl LIFE OF THE LINING HYDRAULIC FARTS AND SERVICE RELINED BRAKE SHOES EXCHANGED DRUM TURNING—ROAD SERVICE TRUCKS RELINED BY APPOINTMENT LAPP BROS. BRAKE SERVICE 1806 L ST. H.W. ST,,4070 \ 105 Women Golfers To Enter Tourney Af Indian Spring A field of 105 women golfers is entered in the invitation field day Thursday at Indian Spring. Players are requested to bring their own caddies. Pairings and starting times are: 8:30 a.m.—Mrs. Philip Berman. Mrs. E. J. Hickey, Mrs. H. C. Fisher, Miss Edna Janes. 8:37—Mrs. William Kaufman. Mrs. K. J. AfTanslev, Mrs Melvin Rose. Mrs. V. E. Delnleln. 8:44—Mrs. Ell Amanuel. Mrs. Jules Frledenson. Mrs. Henry Lebowlt*. Mrs. A. C. McFarlaln. 8:51—Mrs. H A. Bowen. Mrs. Esther Roth, Mrs. Max Gershen. 8:58—Mrs. Franklin Babcock. Mrs. William Shannon. Mrs. Clyde Hammersla, Mrs Paul Costello. 8:06—Mrs. Harold Winston, Mrs. J. F. Gross. Mrs. Laeareth Todd. Mrs. Max Taylor 9:12—Mrs. A. M. Fauntleroy, Mrs. Samuel Brown, Mrs. Harold Freeman, Mrs. Ralph Zuber. , 9:19—Mrs. Morris Kraft. Mrs. W. V. Brownell. Mrs. J R. Holzappie, Mrs. Willard Evans. 9:20—Mrs. Ted Nell, Mrs. Rita Weltzen, Mrs. Norman Brown. Mrs. Lewis Markus. 9-33—Mrs. Frank Butler. Mrs. Robert Borrowman, Mrs. Ed Grlesmer, Mrs. Turner Heflin. 9:40—Mrs. Oeorge Inoff. Mrs. R. E. Roberts. Mrs. Ruth Hill, Mrs. Ralph Wood. 9:47—Mrs. A. M. Houghton. Miss Bernice Baker. Mrs. L. D. Nicholson. Mrs. V J Erkenbeck. 9:54—Mrs. A1 Swaine, Mrs. George Leyser. Mrs. Ben Rozansky, Mrs. Joe La Salle 10:01—Mrs. M. J. Torlinski. Mrs. Vern Wilson. Mrs. M. Hale Dineen. Mrs. Frank Mirth. 10:08—Mrs. Owen Hines. Mrs. John Mancos. Mrs. W. J. Ely. Mrs. Fred Chalml son 10:15—Mrs. Mario Bcandtfflo. Mrs. Lloyd Dennis. Mrs. Marty Gordon, Mrs. H. O. Compton. 10:22—Mrs. Henry Riley. Mrs. J. A. Brooks, Mrs. Morris Barrol. Mrs. Charles Faller. 10:29—Mrs. J. H. Alldredge. Mrs. Joseph Hopkinson. Mrs. Herman Goodman, Mrs. John Lattlmer. 10:30—Mrs E. B. Lockett. Mrs. N. F. Hollander, Mrs. Nelson Leclair, Mrs. Irving Rosen. 10:41—Mrs. D. W. Moffett. Mrs. Ken neth Johnson. Mrs. Dillon Smith. Mrs. J. Marvin .Haynes 10:48—Mrs. Frank Huseman. Mrs. Louis Watzman. Mrs. John McCarthy. Mrs. Mil ton Rossler. 10:55—Mrs. Harry Rod. Mrs. Norvelle Sannebeck. Mrs. John Udko, Mrs. Don McGrew. 11:02—Mrs. J. R. Granes. Mrs. Mor ton Rablneau. Mrs. E. L. Duffles. Mrs. Max Wood. 11:09—Mrs. R. Langer. Mrs. Jack Mino vich. Mrs. Reuben Hayman, Mrs. Upton Haley. 11:18—Mrs Frank Weller. Mrs. Harold Behrman. Mrs. John Ryerson, Mrs. Louis Leventhal. 11:23—Mrs. Elmer Clark, Mrs. George Berman, Mrs. Frank Scheu. 1:30—Mrs. Isador Laskln, Mrs. William Oorewltz. GWGraduateMedalist In Virginia Tourney By th« Associated Press | CHARLOTTESVILLE. Va.. July 31.—Pretty Mrs. William Pollard, a Charlottesville housewife, shot a 3-over-par 74 over the Farm ington Country Club layout here yesterday to take medalist honors in the Virginia State women’s amateur golf championship. The 26-year-old graduate of George Washington University | played the front side In a stroke ' over regulation 35 and came back in 2-over-par 38. Five strokes behind Mrs. Pol ilard was the 1949 champion. Miss Sydney Elliott, -also of the host | club, who carded a 79. Miss Mary Pat Janssen, a third Charlottesville star and ranked as a co-favorite, soared to an 89 Further down the list were Mrs. G. W. Calvert of Arlington who had an 86, and Mrs. A. G Simmons, also of Arlington, whc scored an 89. Fort Meade Wins, 3 to 1, On Thomas' Four-Hitter Fort Meade will be after its 41s1 baseball victory against fou: losses this season when it plays the Martin Bombers at Middle River, Md., this afternoon. Yesterday, George Thomas pitched a four-hitter and struck out 12 for Meade as the Soldiers got past the Quantico Marines 3-1, at Fort Meade. Marine Chuck Meinke gave up six hits, one s homer by Manager Jim Lemon ir the eighth. Centerflelder Pete Graber’s heavy hitting led Fort Myer to e 6-1 victory over Bolling Air Force Base it Andrews Field yesterday ;Ray Gonzales, Bolling pitcher, hi: a homer in the ninth for thi I losers’ only run. 1 - I BALTIMORE RACEWAY ( Week nights—Hini August 4. & 8 rmcee (including a stake nice) « at cool Baltimore Raceway. " Poet time: t. 15 PM. Pari-mutu- tt el. Daily Doublecloeest.OO PM. g GO BY BAO SPECIAL TRAIN ' Travel speedily, aafely, in roomy air-conditioned coaches and refreshment car ... no traffic or parking problems. Lv. Woshington . 4.1S PM (D.S.T4 Ar.Rocewey . . 7.20 PM (D.S.T4 Return train leaves immediately offer last race. 5J?° hdvding tax end complimentary grondstond ticket. Phone STerRng 8100 or Executive 4300 BALTIMORE ft OHIO RAILROAD _ District Junior Golf Stars Play Canadians at Columbia Friday Pinal plans for Friday’s inter national golf attraction at Co lumbia Country Club were being made today by Frank Emmet and officials of the District Golf As sociation and the host club. Emmet announced several line up changes for the District junior all-stars who will meet a picked team of Canadian juniors in a match patterned after the Walker Cut matches. Singles will be played in the morning starting at 9 o’clock and scotch foursomes in the afternoon. There will be eight singles and four scotch foursomes for a 12 point total, the same as the Walker Cup and matches halved will not figure in the scoring. Flay for Simpson Cup. A party of 18 will leave Canada tomorrow on a special car of the Canadian Pacific, including the players, Charles Watson, imme diate past president of the Royal Canadian Golf Association and other officials. The Canadian juniors will practice Thursday afternoon at Columbia. The series will be for the Simp son Cup, donated by Robert Simpson, wealthy Canadian. He also is donating the prizes and paying the expenses of the visi tors. The District team will return the visit next year. Supreme Court Justice .Tom ; Clark will officiate at the cup presentation Friday evening at 8 o’clock at Columbia. Clark Grif fith has invited players of both teams to the Washington-Chicago night game on Friday. Page Corn well is Columbia’s chairman of the event, with the co-operation of John A Reilly, president of the ^ club, and Billy Shannon, chair man of the Golf Committee. Salamy Moves Up. In the 17-year class, Billy Wolfe, the District junior champion, and Henry Kerfoot, jr„ will play singles and Wolfe and Dennis bol ster the scotch foursomes. Irving Salamy will be 16 years old today so he moves into that age bracket for the match and will play in the scotch foursomes with Persy Cullinane. The 16 year-old singles matches will be handled by Kay Fletcher and Hank Ford Larry Spellman and Glenn Mitchell will play singles and scatch foursomes for the 15-year olds, as will Robin Ehlert and Mike Brown for the 14-year-olds. The interclub junior series was being completed at Kenwood to ;day with Bethesda, the defending champion, holding a one-stroke ! lead ovet tne host Kenwood on the basis of the opening play. Wash ington is three strokes back of Kenwood, which rules as the fa vorite over its home course. District Golfers Win In Baltimore Tourney Special Dispatch to The Star BALTIMORE,, July 31.—Wash ington golfers dominated the prize list in the annual Pro-Federal Civic League golf tournament held at Hillendale Country Club yes terday, led by Pro A1 Houghton | of Prince Georges and present land former members of the Metropolitan Police Department. Houghton and Jimmy James, retired policeman and a 10-handi cap golfer, posted a best ball round of 59 to win the pro amateur phase of the event by three strokes over Walter Romans of Baltimore Country Club and Vernon Shank of the Baltimore Post Office, who had 62. Hough ton and James teamed perfectly. Keith Kallio, former District policeman, led the amateurs with a par round of 70 for low gross, Iwhile low net went to Pvt. Earl King of Accident Investigation I Unit with a 72. minus 7 handi cap strokes for a net 65. The pro sweeps went to Andy ! Gibson of the Country Club of Maryland with a 2-under par 68. iwhich was 1 stroke better than the sub-par 69s of Houghton and | Romans. John Bass of Clifton Park and Ralph Beach of Balti more matched par with 70s. Gib son was second in a previous pro sweepstakes at Hillendale early in the season. S Ten years ago—The Cardi ] nals' National League lead was I cut to two games as they lost | to the Dodgers, 9-4. Seats Increased to 8,000 For Races at Lanham The seating capacity for specta tors at the 50-lap Maryland State ’championship modified stock car ’ racing program at West Lanham • Speedway Friday night has been j increased to 8,000. Cotton Kind and Leo Vierkorn ' of Lanham, Preston Welsh of Sil ! ver Spring and Doug Williams of ,Bethesda are among the drivers from this area already entered. TACKLE FISHING by “Salty” Mill, OCEAN CITY, MD. The good ship Salty Mills accounted for her 2nd Marlin today, on her 4th trip. Bob Morefield took this fish after a brief but spectacular battle, using a custom - Salty Mills and 9 < 27-lb.) line The first Mar lin was landed last Sat., Salty himself, on similar tac kle. Two Talbot ting’S boats. “SALTY" MILLS the Catherine and the Cecil B. accounted for Marlin today, also the largest Dolphin. These fish were all landed on Mills custom made I rods. If it’s tackle you n£ed, and, you’d like to buy it from men who understand and use it: Try Mills ! 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