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THE EVENING STAR Washington, D. C. TrawPArTjTOlk iT. im* Five Stakes Tonight At Laurel After Rain Washes Out Program The $3,000 Rotary Club Trot plus four other stake races, which were scheduled last night but called off because of rain, wiU be offered harness racing fans at Laurel Raceway tonight. Lee Gallon, the 4-year-old bay who lopped 4% seconds off his lifetime record in winning the Disc Jockey feature last Mon day, heads the list of 13 trotters in the 13.000 feature, the seventh race otf the card. Johnny Belote will drive Lee Gallon against such top trotters as Miss Mary Stewart, Sally’s Ginger Julup, Helen Van and Nancy Allen. % The sixth race will be the sec ond division of the Clarksville Pace and is expected to be a clash between two pacing sen sations of the Maryland circuit, The Engineer and Vernon Elk lngton. The Engineer has hung up five wins, one second place and a fourth place finish in seven starts this season. Henry Clukey’s Vernon Elkington will be shooting for his third straight win. Some of the others entered in the Clarksville include Mead ow Gold and Hughie Boy. The first division Os the Clarksville finds Mac Forbes favored in the field of 10. Mac Forbes, full brother of Hi-Lo’s i Forbes, world record holder, will | have a new driver in «Buck Min niear. Duke’s Maid, Date Knight | and Vic’s Boy are others en- j tered in the first division of the Clarksville. Coss Meets Yale Nefman In Eastern Semifinals By th« Associated Press - WEST POINT. N. Y.. June 17. —First-seeded Herb Browne of North Carolina University meets Clyde Barker, ranked fourth, from Cornell, and second-seeded Tim Coss, the Swarthmore star from Washington, D. C., takes on unseeded Dick Raskind of Yale in the semifinal round of the Eastern Intercollegiate ten nis championships today. ' Browne ousted fifth-seeded Alan Englander of Yale, 6—3, B—6, in the quarterfinals yes terday. Coss defeated Browne’s teammate, Don Thompson, 6—3, 6 4, and Barker eliminated Bobby Payne, another North Carolinian, 6—3, 6—4. Raskind defeated Jack Vradevelt of west ern Michigan 6—4, 6—4. Mary Blair of Radcliffe and Carmen Lampe of Rollins moved into the finals of the women’s championship. Ramsey and Polsfoot Signed by Redskins a Knox Ramsey, 6-foot-2, 220- pound guard from William and ftary, and Francis Polsfoot, rangy end from Washington jgtate, have signed contracts with the Redskins. It will be Ramsey’s sixth year of pro football. The father of 6-month-old twins, he is in the Insurance business in South Boston, Va. Polsfoot wjll be starting his second season with Washington and his fifth in pro football. He came to the Redskins from the Chicago Cardinals last season, but was used sparingly by the Redskins because of a damaged knee. Henry Formally Cited . In Fight-Fixing Case By th« Associated Press NEW YORK, June 17.—Clar ence Henry, 27-year-old Phila delphia heavyweight boxer, was accused formally yesterday of trying to bribe Bobby Jones of Oakland. Calif., to lose, or try to lost a fight. The indictment charged Henry offered Jones $15,000 not to win from Joey Giardello in a na tionally televised fight at Mad ison Square Garden last Friday. Jones rejected the offer and told authorities of it but was narrowly defeated by Giardello. Judge Francis L. Valente of General Sessions reduced Henry’s bail from $50,000 to $7,500. Women's Class D Golf Won by Mrs. DeLong Mrs. Ed DeLong of Prince Georges, who just a short tune ago worried about qualifying for the Women’s District Golf As sociation Class D Tournament, today owned the Marie Spates Bowl for winning the event yes terday at Prince Georges. Mrs. DeLong. who practiced long and hard for the event, won her first tournament with 103-26 —77. She was followed by Mrs. Emory Hutchison of Columbia with 107-26—81; Mrs. Morris Moss of Woodmont, 104-23—81; iKrs. R. A. Byers of Prince Heorges. 104-22—82; Mrs. Mar “%n Kogod, Woodmont, 109-26 «3 and Mrs. E. H. F. Felber. jScthesda. 104-21—83. Mrs. Pur- Jell Smith of Congressional took s>w gross with 101. Roy Gets Rifle Medal % John Charles Cain, 14, of Sil ver Spring has been awarded the distinguished rifleman medal by She National Rifle Association. He is a member of the Kensing ton Rifle and Pistol Club and at tends Kensington Junior High School. ________ BETHESDA SPORTS MART S TACKLE BLOODWORMS 1 AU MO. fISHIHG jJCiMa Ay«. OL. 4-3132 LITTLE SPORT ' - ' Thomson Is Victim of Gloom After Nursing Ankle 13 Weeks By the Attainted >re*t i' BROOKLYN, June 17.—1 t was! j just 13 weeks and five days ago j during an exhibition game at St. ] Petersburg, ’ Fla., that Bobby ] Thomson broke his right ankle. < The doctor who performed the ’ operation examined the triple < fracture and predicted that the 1 slugging Milwaukee outfWder 1 would be out of the lineup for three months. 1 “Don’t believe it.” Thomson told visitors as he lay in a hos- i pital bed the following day. “I’ll lick this thing quick. 11l be back in six weeks.” x It was a different Thomson who lay on the rubbing table in the Braves’ clubhouse last night while the trainer, Dr. Charles Lacks, was massaging his still swollen ankle. Bobby couldn’t hide his disappointment. “I don’t know when I’ll be ! ready to play,” he said gloomily. j Lanham Pilots Given: i Double Incentive Drivers competing in the 50- lap feature at West Lanham Speedway tomorrow night will have a double incentive. The first three finishers will qualify for the National cham pionship 150-lap event at Ra leigh, N. C., next month. The purse also has been doubled by! Director Red Crise. Lou Johnson, Joe Jackson, : Johnny Roberts, Ken Marriott, Runt Harris, Eddie Adams, Leo Vierkorn, Ray Kable’, Ed Lind say, Gus Wilson, Pee Wee Po bletts and Hoss and Reds Kagle are some of the drivers expected. Elmo Langley, Bill Moran and Joe Haas, among the 10 scoring leaders of the Northern Virginia Stock Car Racing Association, will be at Marlboro Sunday aft ernoon for the seven-event pro gram. The first race and feature event at Pomonkey Speedway Sunday will get under way at 5 p.m., a new starting time. Old Dominion Speedway at Manassas will present a double header show Saturday night, with five events for men and three for women drivers. Outsider Captures Ascot's Royal Hunt ty the Aweciated Frau ‘ I ASCOT, England, June 17. , Chivalry, a 33-to-l outsider, won i Ascot’s Royal Hunt Cup yester i day in a photo finish with King of the Tudors. The winner, owned by Baron P. • Matvany, was ridden by Appren . tice Jockey Dominic Forte. King [ of the Tudors was well backed at 100 to 8. Desert Way, winner of the Newbury Spring Cup in April, 5 finished third at 9to 1. Queen Elizabeth 11, the Duke ! of Edinburgh and other members ! of the royal family witnessed ’ the race. Laurel Graded Handicap Thursday, June 17. Daily Double, 8:20; Post Time, 8:30 P.M. FIRST RACE—Purse. $800; pace; class 20; 1 mile. , „ 4. Sandy Rosecroft (Fleming) 6-2 fi. Hardy Merit (Myeri .j-1 7. Miss Cindy (Belote) 4-1 1. Clayton (Davis) 6-1 2. Utt> River (Thompson) 1»»-1 3. Victor Lou (Stokley) 10-1 6. True Hit (Pontolillo) 12-1 8. Jessie Hardesty (Hubbard) —.16-1 Also et eit 1 " . _ . „ Jade Hanover (J. Smith) 6-2 Marcenelle (Cox) 6-1 SECOND RACE—Purse. $800; trot; class C; 1 mile. . _ „ 3. ntan Up (Clukey) - 6-2 8. Centerville Oirl (Belote) 7-2 6. Go. in (Amatol 4-1 2. Sa pan (Stokley) 6-1 1 D-aper (Adams) f-l 4. Boy of Mine (Hayes) - ,8-1 5. Duke of Marabil (J. Smith) __ 15-1 7 My Midway (Marker) 20-1 A'so eligible— , Guam (Evans) 10-1 Longshot dally double—HAßDY MERIT and SAIPAN. THIRD RACE—Purse. *2.260: trot: 2-year-olds; Early Closer No. 10; the Ashton (first division!: 1 mile. 3 Lovely Colbv (Baldwin) A-l 5. Columbia Hanover (Bell) 4-1 7 usie Win .Perry) o-l 2 Black Rice (Osborn) «-l 4 Annabel Scott (Gamble) 0-1 1. Follow McEllen (Royeal 8-1 8. Pi-udence’s Lady (Arthur) Jj-l U. Indian Drums (Watheni 10-1 FOURTH RACE—Purse. $2,260: trot; 2-v-sr-olds: Early Closer No. 10; the Ashton (second division): 1 mile. «. Colbymite (Baldwin) g-1 1. Saga Hanover (Belli - T — 7-2 8. Claret lanover (Brenneman)— 6-1 2. Ai r Defense (Wathen. jr.) g-1 6. Soaran iPownalli . 8-1 7. Fortunate Song (Btayton) 8-1 3. Caprice Hanover (Belote) 10-1 4. Hickory Gal (Amato) 10-1 FIFTH RACK—Purse. *2.260: pace; class 20: Earlv Closer No. 11: th« Clarksville (first division); 1 mile. 7 Mac Forbes (Mlnnlear) 6-5 8. Vernon’s Baby (Clukey) 4- 1 Miss Winifred (Gamble) 6- R Date Knight (Fleming) £-1 10. Kid Hal (Bell) »- 5 Chance On (Taputtonl 1 5 - 8. Dukes Maid (Hubbard) J--] 4 Mothers Girl (Coxi _ -0- 6 Miss Cellaneou* (Thompson).- *O-. SIXTH RACE —Purse. *2.260: Pace class 20: EarlvCloser No 11. th Clarksville (second division): 1- mile « Vernon Elkington (Clukey! 6-. 2. Meadow Gold (Arthur! 4- 4 Hughie Soy (Hubbard) «- X Bturd I y n Dean r (RedikerT 5 as“BS! SLTASa-- i ■ ssssa fssss. PARI-MUTUEL SgL ft HARNESS DAILY DOUBLE jHL _ __ _ RACES Asm every night too dP* for clubhouse dinner I! '.W? IT aL RESERVATIONS *i wp-' n m DIAL ftkwy 5-2522 I nnQDffi “I just don’t know. I thought I’d be back before this. I was \ hoping to get to pinch hit dur- ( ing this Eastern swing. But now I don’t know. I took batting practice today and I’m aches > and pains all over. I don’t know ] what it is. Some days the ankle , feels fine, other days it’s as sore as the dickens. Maybe it’s the 1 weather. I sure hope so. “The ankle is coming along pretty good. At least I can walk without a limp now. I can run, too, but only straight away. • It still hurts when I turn or when I have to shift my , feet. I have no trouble hitting slow pitches, but I can’t set . myself for fast balls.” There’s ne ooubt Thomson’s ( big bat is sorely missed. Henry Aaron, the 20-year-old rookie, is doing an acceptable job filling 1 in for the slugging outfielder, ; but de doesn’t possess Thomson’s all-around ability. Advance Sale Begins For Mims-Dykes Bout Advance tickets went on sale today for the middleweight box ing match between Holly Mims and Bobby Dykes, a scheduled 10-rounder, June 30 at Ulipe Arena. The Greek Orthodox Church building funds for the St. Con ! stantine and Sts. Helen and So phia Churches will benefit from the receipts. Spiros Gianaris, chairman of the fund-raising committee, has 200 members of the churches selling tickets, priced at $2, $3 and $5. Tickets also are on sale at the Fairway Sports Store, 1328 G street N.W., and through Mrs. Goldie Ahearn, wife of the pro moter, at JAckson 8-2700. Uline Arena and a downtown location to be announced will handle tickets next week. Missouri Wins NCAA Title; Yewcic Named Top Player By tha Associated Brass OMAHA, June 17.—Missouri won the NCAA baseball cham pionship with a 4-1 victory over Rollins College of Florida in the finals, but Michigan State pro duced the outstanding ballplayer of the title tournament here in • Catcher Tom Yewcic. Better i known as the Spartans’ football ' quarterback, Yewcic is a draft < choice of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Voted the most valuable player ' in the NCAA, he impressed sev ’ eral major league scouts, t The title game last night was t settled by a home run by Buddy Cox, second baseman, who also starred afield as pivot man in » several important double plays. 5 Missouri was leading, 1-0, when 1 ! Cox homered in the second I inning. : , Billy Direct Selections (For Thursday.) I—Hardy Merit, Clayton, Sandy Rosecroft. : 2—Titan Up, Saipan, Cehterville Girl. 3 Lovely Colby, Susie Win, In dian Drums. 4 Colbymite, Air Defense, Saga Hanover. 5 Mac Forbes, Miss Winifred, Vernon’s Baby. ! B—VERNON ELKINGTON, [ Hughie Boy, The Engineer. l 7—Lee Gallon, Benny’s Day. l Nancy Allen. i B—Trooper Girl, Scott Dolly, My Duke. * Longshot Daily Double—CLAY i TON and GOBLIN. 1 SEVENTH RACE—Purge. *3,000: trot; l class 17: the Rotary Club: 1 mile. 1 3. Lee Gallon (Belote) 6-2 6. Nancy Allen (Manuel) 4-1 6. Calumet .Woollen (Thompgon)— g-1 ! ; 8. Benny’s Day (Ferry) g-1 • 1. Phyllis Worthy (Adams) 8-1 „ 4. Darn Quick (Cummlford) 10-1 r 10. fSo Worthy (Amato) -- s—}g-} 5 —}g-} } 11. f Miss Mary Stewart (Carlock)—lo-1 } 12. f Hickory Eden (Scott) 10-1 l 13. f Helen Ven (H. MlUer) 10-1 ’J 2. Betso B (Gamble) 20-1 } 7. Dotty Allure (Hubbard) --2<M i 8. Sally Ginger Julup (Jennlng*) .20-1 \ t Field. e; EIGHTH RACE—Puree. *800; pace; )e dags CC; 1 mile. _ „ „ 2. My Thike (Hubbard) 5-2 ’? 3 Trooper Girl (Clukey) 3-1 -1 S. Walnut Royal (Stokley) 6-1 I . Meri'yn Lee (Alexander) B-1 5. Rolanda Hanover (Belot e) — 10-1 -1 4 Rory Frisco iHungerford) . 12-1 7. Jane Majesty (Henderson) 20-1 II Beet bet—VERNON ELKINGTON. in 6th. GWU Sailors leading With Help of Co-eds By th# Associated Fross BALBOA, Calif., June 17. • Usjng coeds as crew in both A and B flights, George Washing ton University was showing the way today in the 18th annual National intercollegiate dinghy sailing championships on New port Bay. George Washington used Joan Feeder as forward ballast for the A dinghy and Ann Sweeney was on the B crew as GW piled up 88 points yesterday in the first round. The defending titleholder, Harvard, was second with 82 and in order came Mas sachusetts Tech 75, UCLA 70, Kings Point, N. Y.. 67; U. of Washington 62, Purdue 48 and Ohio State 45. There will be 32 races in the championships, 12 of which were held yesterday in light going. There were several protests and a committee was to make its rulings today. Four Gain Quarter-Finals In D.C. Recreation Tennis Denny Barnes, Elton King, Ernest Tngmm and Leif Beck have made it to the quarterfinals of men’s singles in the District Recreation Department tennis tournament at Rock Creek. All won yesterday. Barnes de feated Peter Dell, 6—l, 6—4; King upset Lindy Kehoe, a final ist two years ago, 7—5, 3—6, 6 —2; Ingram won over Carl Bielke, 6—2, 6—2, and Beck beat Bob Davies, 4—6, 7—5, 6—3. Lanier Djunn moved to the semifinals in women’s singles by beating Annie Lomax, 6—o, 6—2. Landy Far Off Record In 2,000-Meter Win By the Associated Pross IMATRA, Finland, June 17. John Landy, Australia’s ace miler, won a 2,000-meter race yesterday in 5 minutes 12.6 sec onds. Landy’s time was far off the world standard of 5:07 held by Gaston Reiff of Belgium. O. Lawrenz of Germany was second in 5:18.2 and Finland’s Denis [ Johansson third in 5:20.2. Running on an inferior cinder ' track, Landy was caught in ‘ 3:52.6 at the 1,500-meter mark. GIFTS! DOES FATHER FISH OR HUNT 1 . . . GOLF . . . 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FishlEf I BEFSIRIIW | Anacostia Leaders Try Again to Break Tie for First Tonight Snug Harbor and Atchison ti Keller in the Anacostia Sandlot j Baseball League, unable to play their game the last two days because of rain and wet grounds, wiU try again at 5:30 pm. today at Fairlawn. Both finished with 7-1 records in first-half play to tie for the lead. In an earlier season game they played to a scoreless tie. Should A&K win today it will have to play Library of Congress tomorrow in a makeup game. Snug Harbor also will have to make up a game, if it wins today, with Marine Barracks. It will be played, if necessary, Monday as the Marines have a dress parade scheduled tomorrow and will be unable to play. In the event a makeup game is played Monday, second hal£ play in the league will get under way Tuesday. . Silver Hill, behind the four hit pitching of Boots Pannella, trounced Boys’ Club of Wash i ing ton, 9-0, yesterday in an In i dustrial League game. Samßar t bieri with a triple and two singles and Reds Bladen with a . double and single, each batted in three runs. In the only other sandlot game yesterday, Lincolnia and MATS, i winner and runnecup respective t ly in first-half play in the De partmental League wound up in , a 4-4 tie before the game was r halted because of darkness at the South Ellipse. The schedule (all games at 5:30 p.m.): TODAY. Cameo vs. Springfield, West Jllipse. Snug Harbor vs. Atchison & Keller. r *Cofumbia Heights vs. BuShipt. South * aiipse ' TOMORROW. - Union Printers vs. FBI, West Ellipse. _ Naval Communications vs. Lincolnia. B South Ellipse. e —-— Mrs. Ward Wins in Golf e Mrs. D. J. Ward won the Class y A ladies’ day golf tournament at ». Kenwood yesterday with 88-15 — i 73. while Mrs. J. H. Bullock was s second with 88-14—74. Mrs. Don Thompson topped the Class B r gdlfers with 110-32—78. while a Betty Garber of Argyle was best among guests with 77-2—75. 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