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Harness Races Shift
To Baltimore Monday
As Laurel Meet Ends
,\ Harness racing shifts to Bal
timore Raceway Monday night
after making successful stands
at Rosecroft and Lat|rel. Post
time at Baltimore for the 20-
night meet will be 8:30, while
the daily double will close at
Special trains will carry Wash
ington fans directly to the track
each night. The B&O harness
special* will leave Union Station
at 8:50 pm.
Charles Larkin, serving for
the first time as racing secre
tary at Baltimore, has a $250.-
000 purse program lined up,
with the first of 24 stakes set
for Wednesday night when such
fast pacers as Adlos Boy, the
world ehampion, and Trustful
Hanover compete in the $3,000
Guinea Gold Wins at LaureL
Bill Fleming. Baltimore’s driv
ing champion the last two years,
will try to get off to a good
start Monday when he drives
Date Knight, owned by Bill Mar
tin of Washington, in the fea
ture inaugural pace. Date Knight
has won twice this year and
has drawn the rail position.
Guinea Gold, a 9-year-old
chestnut horse owned by Pearle
8. Hungerford of Shelbyville,
Xnd., is moving to the Baltimore
track to continue his attack on
the Maryland pacing record of 2
minutes flat, set last year by the
great Hi-Lo’s Forbes.
Paul Hungerford,, son of the
owner, drove Guinea Gold to an
other sparkling performance in
winning the SIO,OOO Laurel Cup,
feature of the final night of rac
ing at Laurel. Guinea Gold dup
licated his time in the $15,000
Laurel Invitation, winning in
2:00%, the fastest time recorded
anywhere this year.
Total Handle $5,843,777.
A crowd of about 9,000
watched Guinea Gold make his
bid at the halfway mark, mov
ing from foijrth to first to win
by three-quarters of a length
over Wendell Wathen’s Chuck
Volo. Wilmington’s Star, driven
by Bill Fleming was third, fol
lowed by Meadow Rice, Torrid,
Tassel Hanover and Keystoner.
Prices were $6.80, $4 and $3.20
for Guinea Gold, $7.20 and $4.20
for Chuck Volo and $4.20 for
Wilmington’s Star.
Hugh Bell drove Trustful Han
over to victory in the $3,000
Severn Pace, the secondary fea
ture. It was Trustful Hanover’s
third straight victory.
The mutuel windows took in
$365,531 last night to bring the
total handle for the 20-night
meet to $5,843,777.
Yesterday's Major League Box Scores
Braves, 11-2; Reds, 4-1
Cincinnati. A.H.O.A. Milwaukee A.H.O.A.
Adams.3b 4 12 0 Bruton.cl 6 16 0
lßork’kl 1 0 0 0 Logan.ss 4 2 2 2
Nuxhall,p 0 0 0 0 Aaron,if 4 3 10
Collum.p 0 0 0 0 Mat'ws.3b 5 3 0 3
MeMU'n.ss 3 0 a 0 Adcock, lb 5 211 1
Belief 4 0 10 Pafko.rf 3 110
Klusa’kl.lb 4 15 1 OCon’ll.2b 4 12 5
G'nzrasa.lf 4 2 10 Cald'one.c 4 14 0
Brldgea.2b 42 2 1 Nlchols.p 2 10 1
Post.rf 6 1 2 0 4Metk’lch 10 0 0
Sem’ck.c 2 2 6 0
2H»r'n.3b 0 0 0 0 *
VaT’tlne.p 2 0 0 0
SHar'man o o o o
Lan’ith.c 00 2 0
Totals 33 024 2 Totals 38 16 27 12
-1 Filed nut. for Adams in Bth.
2 Ran for fleminick in Bth.
t Walked for Valentine In Btb.
Fanned for Nichols In 7th.
Snelnnatl 010 011 001— 4
Uwaukeo 00l 100 36x—11
Runs—Klussewskl (2). Greengrass,
■amlnlck. Bruton (2). Logan (2). Aaron,
Mathews (21. Adcock, Pafko. Calderone,
Jolly. Xrrors—Bridges, Greengrass. Bru
ton, O'Connell. Aaron (2); Pafko. Runs
batted in—Semlnick. McMillan. Post.
Bridges. Logan (3). Adcock, Aaron (2),
Mathews (3). Jolly. Two-base hit—Post.
Rome runs—Adcock. Aaron. Mathews
(2). Btolen base—Bruton. Sacrifice-
Valentine. Bridges, McMillan. Sacrifice
fly—Logan, McMillan. Double plays—
O'Connell to Logan to Adcock; O'Connell
to Adcock. Last on bases—Cincinnati,
12; Milwaukee, 6. Base on balls—Oß
Valentine. 1; oft Nuxhall, 1: off Nichols,
f; off Jolly, 2. Struck out—By Valentine,
; by Nuxhall. 1; by Collum, 1; by
Nichols. 2: bv Jolly. 1. Hits—Off Valen
tins, 11 in 7 Innings; off Nuxhall. 3 In
h Inning; off Collum. 2 In % Inning;
aft Nlchnis, 5 in 7 innings; off Jolly. 4
In 2 Innings. Runs and earned runs—
Off Valsntlne, 5-5; off Nuxhall. 4-4; off
CqUum, 2-2; off Nichols, 3-2; off Jolly,
I-X. Winning pitcher—Nichols (5-6).
Losing ditcher—-Valentina (7-7). Time
Cincinnati. A.H.O.A. Milwaukee. A.H.O.A.
Adams.3b 3 113 Pend’ ton,cf 3 0 0 0
MeMU’n.ss 4 0 0 6 Bruton.cf 0 0 10
Bell.cf 40 2 0 Logan.ss 20 6 3
SUMUkUb 4110 0 Aaron. If 310 0
S-'ncr’s.lf 3 0 10 Mat'ews,3b 2 0 0 0
ir'la.n 4 0 0 0 Adcock, lb 3 15 0
Brldges.2b 2 0 5 2 Pafko.rf 3 0 3 0
Balley.c 2 0 3 0 o’Co’n’l.2b 3 0 4 3
ITemple 00 0 0 Crandall.c 318 1
Landrlth.e 0 0 10 Conley.p 8 0 0 0
Bae'skl.p 2 111
CBorkowskl 110 0
Drews.p 0 0 0 0
TotaU 29 424 12 Totals 25 327 7
ißan for Bailey In Bth.
Doubled for Baesewskl In Bth.
Cincinnati 000 000 010—1
Milwaukee 000 110 OOx—2
Runs—Bridges, Logan, Crandall. Error
•—None. Runs batted In—Borkowskl.
Aaron. Crandall. Two-base hits—Bor
kowskl. Aarpn. Home run—Crandall.
Double Plays—McMillan to Bridges to
Klussewskl; Adams to Bridges to Kluszew
ski; O’Connell to Logan to Adcock;
Crandall to Logan. Left on bases—
Cincinnati, 5: Milwaukee. 1. Bases on
balls—Off Baesewskl, 2: off Conley. 4.
■truck out—By Baesewskl, 2: by Drews,
i; by Conley, 7. Hits—Off Baesewskl,
In 7 Innings; off Drews. 0 in 1 Inning.
Rims and earned runs—Off Baczewskl.
2-2; off Drews. 0-0: off Conley. 1-1.
Winning pitcher—Conley (6-3. Losing
pitcher—Baczewskl (5-6). Tima —2:00.
Attendance —22,608.
Giants, 9; Pirates, 5
New Yerk. A.H.O.A. Plttsbarg. A.H.O-A.
WU'ms,2b 6 14 3 AlUe.ss 6 2 16
DtTk,ts 62 0 1 Lynch.lt 512 0
L’antaa.lb 6 2 7 0 Ward.lb . 3 014 0
Th'PSon.Sb 5 2 12 Thomas.cf 4 12 0
Mueller.rf 4 0 3 0 Oordon.rf 2 0 3 0
Mais.cf 4 3 2 0 shepara.e 3 0 10
Irvfn.lt 412 0 Cole.3b 4 113
Se'trum.e 4 0 8 0 Robarts.2b 2 13 8
o'gant.p 10 0 0 PrlendTp 20 0 0
K'k*wski.p 0 0 0 0 Hetkl.p 0 0 0 0
MeCalLp 1 00 0 2BUnner 10 0 0
jßhedes* 110 0 >
MagUa.p 10 0 0
Totals 40 12 27 6 Totals 31 6 27 14
1 Singled for Wilhelm.
2 struck out tor Hetkl In Oth.
New York 200 110 600—0
Pittsburgh 000 401 000—6
Runs—Williams, Dark (2). Lockman.
Thompson 1 2 1, Mueller. Mays. Rhodes,
Sllie. Ward. Thomba. Gordon. Shepard.
Xrrofa—Lynch, Allle. Runs batted In—
Thompson 13). Irvin. Thomas. Cole (2).
Friend. Lockman {Bi. Roberts. Maya (2).
Two-Jiase hits—Maya (2). Cole. Dark,
WilMlms. Three-base hit—Roberts. Home
run—Thompson. Btolen base—Lockman.
□buhl* plays—Thompson to Williams to
Badrttian (2). Left on bases—New York,
4: Pittsburgh. 7. Bases on balls—Off
Mongant, 4: off Kontkowski. 2; off
McCall. 2. Struck out—By Monzant. 2;
by McCali. 2: by MacUe. 4. Hit*—Off
Monzant, 3 In 34b Innings; off Konlkow
ski, 0 In 0 Inning, (faced 2 men); off
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SOON SEPARATED—Banner Waves (closer to camera) and Sun Shower, ridden by Pat Smithwick, take the 10th jump in com
panionable fashion in the special SIO,OOO-Added Indian River Steeplechase Handicap yesterday at Delaware Park. Sun Shower
and Smithwick pulled ahead to win, while Banner Waves, with Jack Murphy riding, finished fourth. —AP Wirephoto.
81 Matches Open Play Today
In Middle-Atlantic Tennis
A total of 81 matches was
scheduled today as the Middle
Atlantic Clay Court tennis* cham
pionships opened at the Edge
moor Club in Bethesda.
Sixteen players were seeded
in men’s singles. Tim Coss heads
the list, followed by Charley
Masterson, Ted Rogers, Buzzy
Hettleman, Robert Payne, Fred
McNair, Jim Thackara, Don
Platt, Doyle Royal, A1 Jacoby,
Donald Dell, A1 Talkin, Hugh
Lynch, Donald Flood, Leif Beck
and Bob Cage.
Young Dell hoped to have
the Middle Atlantic Junior
championship wrapped up be
fore competing in the Clay
Court tournament. Dell and
John Harris of Washington meet
today for that title at Wash
ington Golf and Country Club.
Dell defeated Brian Whitfield
of Richmond, 6—2, 6—o, and
Dave Freishtat of Baltimore,
6 2, 6—3, yesterday to gain
the final round. Harris defeated
Peter Block of Baltimore, 6—l,
75, and Don Schweitzer of
Cubs, 7; Cards, 6 %
St. Leals. A.H.O.A. Chicago. A.H.O.A.
ivioon.Ci 5 3 4 0 Talbot.cf 6 2 2 0
8 nd’nst,2b 5 14 2 Baker,2b 2 12 4
Musial.rf 6 0 10 Fondv.lb 5 212 O
J bl’n’sk.Ob 4 10 1 Klner.lf 4 110
Repulski,lf 4 0 1 0 4Jeffcoat 0 0 o O
C ig’h'm.lb 3 17 1 Rlce.rl 10 10
Oram'as.ss 3 0 5 3 Jackaon.Sb 3 2 0 1
lHemus.ss 11 0 0 Bauer.rl-lt 2 13 0
Sarni.c 3 12 0 Banks.sa 4 12 4
2Frazier 0 0 0 0 Cooper.c 3 14 0 1
Yvara.c 0 0 0 0 Pollet.p 4 2 0 3
Raacht.p 110 0 Tremel.p 00 0 0
Deal.p 10 0 1
JLowrey 10 0 0
Lawrence.p 0 0 0 2
Totals 36 924 10 Totals 33 13 27 12
1 Doubled !oi Grammas In Bth.
2 Hit sacrifice fly for Sami in Bth.
3 Grounded out for Deal m Bth,
4 Ran and scored for Klner In 7th.
St. Louis 000 040 020—6
Chicago 106 000 lOx—7
Runs—Moon, Schoendienst, Cunning
ham. Hemus. Sarni, Deal. Talbot, Fonuy
(2). Jeffcoat. Jackson. Cooper, Pollet.
Errors—Banks, Baker. Cooper. Runs j
batted in—Fondy. Pollet. Baker, Jack- i
son (3). Schoendienst (2). . Jablonskl,
Frazier. Lowrey Banks Two-base hits— I
Jackson, Banks, Hemus. Three-base hit
—Cooper. Home runs—Fondy. jaexson.
Sacrifices—Jackson Baker. Sacrifice fly
—Baker. Frazle. Double plays—Banks
to Baker to Fondy- Schoendienst to
Grammas to Cunningham. Left on bases
—St. Louis, 7* Chicago. 9. Bases on balls
—Off Deal, 4: y'f Pollet, 3. Struck out—
By Raacni, 1; by Deal. 1; by Pollet, 4.
Hits—Off Raschl. 7 In 3 innings: oil
Tremel, In 2 Innings off Deal. 6 In 4
Innings: off Pollet 9 In 7 Innings (faced
two batters In eighth); off Lawrence.
1 in 1 inning. Runs and earned runs—
Oft Raschl. 6-6: off Deal. 1-1: off Pol-
Mt, 6-6; off Lawrence, 0-0: off Tremel,
0-0. Wild pitch—Pollet. Winning
pitcher—Pollet (4-4). Losing pitcher—
Raschl (6-4). Time—2:39. Attendance
Red Sox, 8; A's, 4
Phils. A.H.O.A Boston. A.H.O.A.
Jacobs.2b 3 12 0 Bolllng.ss 4 0 0 4
Joost.3b 4 112 G'dmpn.lb 4 2 10 1
Ummer.lb 6 19 0 Wllliams.lf 3 2 6 0
Renna.rf 4 0 10 Jensen.rf 4 12 0
Zernlal.lf 4 0 2 0 Olson.cf 4 110
Wilson,cf. 4 13 0 White,c 3 0 4 0
DeM'trl.ss 4 0 2 3 Lepclo.2b 4 14 3
W.Shants.c 3 14 1 Hatton.3b 3 10 3
lßollweg 110 0 Brewer,p 4 2 10
Trice.p 210 5 Kinder, p 00 0 0
2Valo 0 0 0 0
Totals 34 7 24 11 Totals 33 10 27 11
1 Tripled for W. Shantg In Oth.
2Hit sacrifice fly for Trice In 9th.
Philadelphia 010 020 001—4
Boston 000 130 04x—8
Runs—Jacobs. Wilson. Bollweg, Trice.
Bolling. Goodman. Williams. Olson.
White. Hatton (2), Brewer. Error—Boll
ing. Runs batted In—Wilson, Joost (21,
Valo. Jensen. Goodman (2), Williams.
Hatton (3). Brewer. Two-base hits—Jen
sen. W. Shanta. Olson. Three-base hits
—Hatton. Brewer, Bollweg. Home runs
—Wilson. Sacrifice fly—Valo. Double
play—Bolling to Lepclo, to Goodman.
Left on bases—Philadelphia. 8; Boston.
6. Bases on balls—Off Trice. 4; off
Brower, 4. Struck out—Bv Trice, 2: by
Brewer, 4. Hit*—Off Brewer. 7 In 8%
Innings; off Kinder, oln V 4 Inning. Runs
and earned runs—Off Trice, 8-8; off
Brewer. 4-4: off Kinder, 0-0. Winning
pitcher—Brewer (4-4). Losing pitcher—
Trice (7-6). Time—2:lß. Attendance—
Phils, 7; Dodgers, 6
Brooklyn. AH.O.A. Phils. A.H.O.A.
Gilliam,rf 5 110 Jones.Sb 4 10 1
Hoak,3b 6 2 2 1 Ashburn.cf 3 0 6 0
Rbsn.lf 4 0 2 0 Bureess.c 4 13 0
Hodges.lb 4 0 7 0 T'rg’s’n.lb 4 17 2
C’pan'lia.c 4 16 1 Hamner.2b 2 0 8 1
Furillo.cf 4 13 0 Ennis,rf 4 2 4 0
CoX.2b 3 13 2 Bchell.lf 4 2 2 0
Zimmer.is 2 113 Morgan.** 30 2 4
2Moryn 110 0 Slmmons.p 1 0 o 0
Woiey.p 1 0 0 0 Dick-on.p 0 0 0 0
Labine.p 10 0 0 lWyroitek 110 0
Huahes.p 0 0 0 0 P.idslk.p 2 111
asmder 110 0 Robtrts.p 0 0 0 0
Totals 36 9 247 Totals 32 927 9
1 Singled for Dickson in 6th.
2 Singled for Zimmer in Oth.
3 Tripled for Hughee In Oth.
Brooklyn 002 021 001—6
Philadelphia 000 130 03g—7
Runs—Gilliam, Campanella, Cox, Zim.
mer (2). Moryn. Jones. Torgeson, Ham
ner. Knnls (2). Schell. Wyrostek. Errors
—Morgan. Hodges. Runs batted In—Cox,
Hoak (21. Burgess (2V. Gilliam. Wyrostek.
Jones. Campanella. Ennis (3). Snider.
Two-base hits—Gilliam, Torgeson. Three
base hits—Zimmer. Snider. Home runs
—Cox. Campanella. Ennis. Stolen base
—Hoak. Sacrifices—Woiey, Oox. Double
play—Cox to Hodges. Left on bases—
Brooklyn. 6; Philadelphia. 6. Bases on
balls—Off Woiey, 3; off Lablne. 2: off
Simmons, 1. Struck out—By Woiey, 6;
by Dickson, 1; by Ridslk, 1; by Roberts.
1. Hits—Off Woiey, 4ln 4Vi Innings; off
Simmons, 6 in 4H innings; off Dickson.
0 in % Inning; off Laoine, 6 in 314
innings; off Hughes, 0 in H inning; off
Rldslk, 3 In 314 innings; (St Roberts. 1
in *i inning. Runs and earned runs—-
Off Simmons, 4-4; off Woiey. 4-3; off
Lablne. 3-3: off Hughes. 0-0: off Rldslk.
2-2; off Roberts. 0-0: off Dickson. 0-0.
Winning pitcher—Rldslk (3-2). Losing
EiffiCT&ei 4 ’ 4 *- Xl “— S: **-*‘‘
Washington, 6—3, B—2. The re
Janior Single*.
Quarter-finals: Donald Dell, Washing
ton, defeated Brian Whitfield, Richmond 1 ,
6—2, 6—O; Dave Freishtat. Baltimore,
defeated Dick Katz, Baltimore, 6—l,
6—2: Don Schweitzer, D. C., defeated
A1 Clarkson. Charleston, W. va.. 6—2,
6—3: John Harris. D. C„ defeated Peter
Block, Baltimore, 6—l, 7—5.
Semifinals: Dell defeated Prelschtat,
6 3, 6—3; Harris defeated Schweitzer,
o—3, 6—2.
Janior Doablos.
Quarter-finals: Wayne Adams and
Bruce Sylvia, Richmond, defeated Robert
Marzke and Rodney Nichols, D. C„ 7—5,
75: Katz and Freishtat defeated Joe
Augustine and Saul Llebowltz, Norfolk,
o—l, 4—o, (I—l.
Semifinals: Katz and Frelschtat de
feated Adams and Sylvia, 6—l. 6—l.
Boys’ Singles.
Quarter-finals: Martin Rublnowitz,
D. C„ defeated Fred Cone, D. C„ 3—o,
8— 0, o—3: Bruce Brian, Baltimore, de
feated Bruce Sylvia, 6—3, 6—l; Bob
Schwartzmann, D. C„ defeated Qrayson
Sanders. D. C.. o—l, 6—l.
Semifinals: Ralph defeated Schwarts
man, o—2, o—o.
Boys’ Donbles.
Quarter-finals: Ralph and Brian de
feated Walter Harrison, Noriolk, and
Sylvia, 6—2, 6—o: Jack Urner and John
Coblentz, Hagerstown, won by default
over Peyton Howard and Cone, D. C.; Les
Johns and Carl Caddell, Norfolk de
feated Rublnowitz and Schwartzman,
6—l. 7—B; Fred Kelmeyer and Stephan
Young, Charleston. W. Va.. defeated Dick
De Butts and Sanders, D. C„ ts—l. 7—2.
Semifinals: Ralph and Brian defeated
Urner and Coblentz, o—l. 6—o; Johns
and Caddell defeated Kellmeyer and
Young, 6—4, 6—4.
Indians, 3-5; Chisox, 2-4
Chicago. A.H.O.A. Cleveland. A.H.O.A.
Car quel.ss 4 10 2 Smlth.lf 3 110
Fqx.2b 40 3 3 Avlla.2b 414 3
Minoso.lf 4 2 2 0 Doby.cf 4 2 2 0
Cav'tta.lb 316 1 Rosen.Hb 4 2 11
Kell.Ob 20 0 1 Glynn.lb 4 19 0
Mich Is.3b 1 0 0 0 Philley.rf 4 0 6 0
Saw'ski.c 30 8 0 Strlck'd.ss 20 3 3
Rivera.rf 30 5 0 Hegan.c 3 110
Oroth.cf 2 0 0 0 Feller,p 3 0 11
Trucks,o 30 10
Totals 29 424 7 Totals 31 827 8
Chicago 100 000 001—2
Cleveland 000 001 02x—3
Runs Carrasquel. Mlnoso, Smith,
Avila. Doby. Runs batted in—Carrasqual,
Doby (2), Rosen. Mlnoso. Two-base hit
—Hegan. Home runs—Carrasquel, Doby,
Mlnoso. Stolen base—Michaels. Double
plays—Strickland to Avila to Glynn;
Strickland (unassisted); Carrasquel to
! Fox to cavarretta. Left on bases—Chi
! cago, 4; Cleveland, 6. Bases on balls—Off
j Feller. 4; off Trucks. 2. Struck out—By
1 Truck*. 6: by Feller. 1. Runs and earned
runs—Off Feller, 2-2; off Trucks, 3-3.
Winning Ditcher—Feller (5-1). Losing
Pitcher —Trucks (10-6). Time—2.oß.
Chicago. A.H.O.A. Cleveland. A.H.O.A.
Sjrr.ql.ss 4 0 2 2 Smith, ll 4 14 0
FOX, 2 b 4 112 Avlla.'ib 4 112
MTnoso.lf 3 0 2 0 Doby.cf 3 12 0
C’retta.lb 43 7 0 Roten.Sb 412 1
Lollar.c 4 16 1 Glynn.lb 41iO 6
Riv'r’.rf-cf 40 4 0 Philley.rf 4 13 0
Mich’ls.3b 4 2 0 1 Strickl'd.ss 2 112
Groth.cf 30 2 0 Hegan.c 20 4 1
Martin, p 00 0 1 Wynn,p 20 0 0
1 Batts 110 0
2Marsh 0 0 0 0
Johnson.p 2 0 0 1
McGhee.rf 2 0 10
TotaU 35 8 24 8 TotaU 29 727 6
1 Singled for Martin in 9th.
2 Ran for Batts In 9th.
Chicago 100 o*oo 201—4
Cleveland 000 041 OOx—6
Runs Mlnoso, Cavaretta. Lollar,
Michaels Avila. Doby. Glynn. Strick
land, Wynn Errors—Michaels. Runs
batted in—Cavaretta. Avila, Doby (3).
Michaels (3). Two-base bits—Avila,
Cavaretta. Home Runs—Doby. Michaels
Stolen base—Mlnoso. Sacrifices—Hegan,
Strickland. Double plays—Fox to Car
rasquel to Cavaretta. Left on bases—
Chicago, 6; Cleveland. 9. Bases on balls
—Off Wynn. 1; off Johnson, 4; off Mar
tin. 3. Struck out—By Wynn, 6; by
Johnson, 1; by Martin. 1. Hits—Off
Johnson 5 In 6 Innings (faced one bat
ter in 7th Inning); off Martin. 2 In 2
Innings. Runs and earned runs—Off
Wynn, 4-4; off Johnson, 6-4; off Martin,
0-0. Winning pitcher—Wynn (9-10).
Losing pitcher—Johnson (4-4). * Time—
-2:42. Attendance—lß,33l.
Orioles, 2; Tigers, 0
Detroit. A.H.O.A. Baltimere. A.H.O.A
Kuenn.ss 4 12 3 Abrams.rf 3 12 0
Delslng.rf 4 0 10 B'd’s'r.sa 3 2 0 1
Nleman.lf 4 0 2 0 Kry'ski.lb 4 14 1
Boone.3b 3 03 3 Btep’ns,3b 2 0 2 3
Belardl.lb 3 2 6 2 Dlering.cf 2 0 6 0
Tuttle.cf 2 0 10 Fridley,U 3 0 3 0
Wllson.c 3 0 6 1 Moss.c 3 0 71
Bolling.2b 2 0 2 0 Garcia.2b 3 0 3 1
Aber.p 2 0 10 Coleman,p 3 110
lHouse 10 0 0
Marlowa.p 0 0 0 0
TotaU 28 324 9 froteU 26 627 7
1 Filed out for Aber in Bth.
Detroit 000 000 000—0
Baltimore 100 010 OOx—2
Runs—Abrams (2), Error—Beilins.
Runs batted In—Stephens, Bride weser.
Two-base hit—Coleman, Threa-base
hit—Abrams. Sacrifices—Tuttle, Dier
ing. Sacrifice fly—Stephens. Double
plays—WlUon to Boone. Stephens to
Garcia to Kryhoskl, Belardi to Xuoan.
Left on bases—Detroit, 4; Baltimore, 5.
Bases on balls—Off Aber, 3; oft Coleman,
Struck out—By Afeer. 6; by Cole
man. 7. Hits—Off Abor. 4ln 7 innings;
off Marlowe. 1 In 1 inning. Runs and
earned run*—Off Aber. 2-3: off Mar
lowe, 0-0; off Coleman, 0-0. Winning
pitcher—Coleman J 9-6). Losing pitcher
—Aber (1-2). Tima—l:6l. Attend
Seay Finally Gets Ace
After Golfing 24 Years
W. W. Seay, who for 24 years
has been firing at par three
holes in friendly and competi
tive public links and private club
golf, made a hole-in-one at Ana
costia yesterday, his first.
Seay smacked a six-iron into
the cup on the second bounce
on the 149-yard 16th hole in a
round with Warren A. Bjerke.
who, incidentally, had a birdie
deuce. With the ace, Seay played
th epar 62 course In 64 strokes.
Golf Playoff Losers
Make Comebacks
Mrs. George H. Bailey, jr., at
Washington, and Mrs. R. M.
Ware at Army Navy, both losers
in a Women’s District Golf Asso
ciation Cup playoff this week,
came back to star on ladies’ days
at their respective clubs yes
Mrs. Bailey had an 86 at
Washington to win low gross,
while net winners were Mrs.
Henry Riley, 86-9—77; Mrs. Her
bert Goodman, 91-12—79, and
Mrs. E. X. Murphy, 100-19—81.
Mrs. Ware won a flag tourna
ment at Army Navy by, playing
her final shot an inch from the
18th cup. Mrs. J. T. Kaigler
was second. Mrs. E. E. Seagroves
and Mrs. J. M. Rice were near
the 19th cup to finish 1-2 in
Class B. Mrs. T. C. Aylward led
the nine-hole group with a 46.
The three-month ringer tour
nament at the Service Club was
concluded with Mrs. D. J. Carri
son the winner with 64, minus
5, or half handicap for a net
59, and Mrs. J. E. McCabe, the
second-flight winner, 70-9—61.
Mrs. John Kerkam, with 86-6
—BO, and Mrs. Carl MacCartee,
89-9—Bo, tied in Class A of Co
lumbia’s ladies’ day event. Mrs.
John Darby .was the Class B
winner with 100*22— 1 78.
Mrs. Carson Lyman won in
Class C with 107-34—73, and
Mrs. Kenneth Kimble in D with
Manassas Staging
Stock Car Races
The second of three big stock
car racing programs in this area
is scheduled for 8:30 o’clock to
night at the Old Dominion
Speedway in Manassas, Va.
More than 60 drivers are ex
pected for the Class A Division
for men with racing experience.
Class B will be for men and
women amateurs.
Among the women entries are
Betty Barnett of Washington,
Thelma Fredericksburg,
Va.; Joyce Commins, Dorothy
Hall, Virginia Tyler and Ray
Blackton, all of Richmond, and
Betty Goodwin of Riverdale.
The top drivers from the
Northern Virgihia and Free
State Associations will be on
hand for tomorrow’s races at
Marlboro Raceway, starting at
2:30 p.m. John. Cramblitt of
Baltimore heads the Virginia
group and Ralph Smith of Havre
De Grace tops the Free Staters.
Lanham Speedway had both
amateurs and professionals driv
ing last night and the novfces
appeared to make the biggest hit
with the crowd of 1,814. A field
of 22 amateurs, including a hus
band-wife team of Jim and
Dorothy Wheatley, put on a
slam-bang show. Jim won the
feature race over 10 laps.
Rex White of Silver Spring
won the 25-lap feature for pro
fessionals, with Lou Johnson of
Wilmington, Del., taking second,
and Charley (Pee Wee) Pobletts
getting third.
2-Way Playoff for Herald Cup
As Mrsi Shannon's Game Fails
Mrs. William Werber, wife of
the fqrmer major league inflelder,
and Mrs. Lawrence Jacobs of
Woodmont each get another
chahce at the Class B Herald
Cup of the Women’s District
Golf Association in a playoff
next Wednesday.
But the story of the 18-hole
event for 13-16 handicap players
yesterday at Congressional is
that Mrs. William E. Shannon,
wife of the vice president of
Columbia, and a clubmate of Mrs.
Werber’s, doesn’t get another
chance. In fact, she said she’s
quitting the game tomor
Nobody gets more fun out of
golf than Mrs. Shannon. And
here she was coming >up to the
17th hole at Congressional with
the tournament in her pocket.
She still had to play 17,18,1 and
2, inasmuch as she started on
the third" hole, but her score
at that point was exceptional.
Mrs. Shannon was in front of
the 17th green in two when all
of a sudden golf’s most dread
shot—the shank, entered her golf
Gibson, Miss Downey
Set Course Records
Course-record performances
by Andy Gibson, the Country
Club of Maryland pro, and Mary
Ann Downey, the Baltimore city
champion, featured the annual
Middle Atlantic PGA pro-lady
tournament yesterday at the
Fountain Head course in Hagers
Gibson put together a 34-32
66 to break the record set by
Ralph Bogart in the Maryland
Open here in 1952—a 67—and
Miss Downey posted a 75 to
break the women’s mark by three
Miss Downey and her club pro,
Walter Romans won the pro
lady, Miss Downey with her 75-
0—75 and Romans with 69 for
a 144 total Romans’ new assist
ant, Roy Mullen, and Mrs. M. E.
Vinnicomb of Baltimore C. C.
were next with 147. Charley
Easton of Congressional with 73
and Betty Garber of Argyle, 81-
6—75 had 148, a* did Roger Pea
cock of Sligo Park (71), and
Mrs. Ruth Gable of Kenwood!
Romans and Clarence Doser
had 695, second in the pro sweeps
and Miss Garber was second in
the women’s gross play with 81.
Women’s net - winners were
Mrs. Francis McKee, 100-26—74,
Emily Stevenson of Forest Park,
90-15—-75, Mrs. Stanley Davis of
Indian Spring and Mrs. Virginia
Funkhauser, both 96-20—76.
Pro sweepstakes:
Andy Gibson. C. C. of Maryland 60
Clarence Doser, Woodmont 0$
Walter Romans, Baltimore C. C «u
Dick Mullen, Baltimore C. C. 7o
Harry Grlesmer. Bethesda I j{
Roger Peacock, Sligo Park 7i
Charley Baggier. Rolling Road I. 72
Cliff Spencer, Greenbrier Range _7a
Don Saylor, Burning Tree ~ ” 7-t
Rick McHal’e. Forest Pa/kV'::::::" 73
Charles Easton, Congressional 7;t
Jimmy Flattery. Forest Park 74
John Bass, Clifton Park 74
Bobby Bowers, Indian Spring 75
Carroll Boggs. Cumberland 75
gijj Strausbaugh. C. C. of Md 75
Bill Bassler, Rolling Road 75
A1 Houghton, Prince Georges 75
Arnold Haneke, Hagerstown 76
Clagett Stevens, Manor __ 7«
Bill Clarke, Baltimore C. C 70
Dick lames. Court House 70
Billy Buppert, Woodmont 70
Smltty Padgett, Glenbrook 78
Eddie Stevens. Fort Belvolr 77
W. E. Pitman, Oakland. Md. 77
George Dlffenbaugh. Kenwood 77
Paul MacKenste Waynesboro, Pa 78
Fred Bolton, White Flint 79
Jimmy Bellini. Washington.. I 7«
Billy Gibert, Woodmont 78
Ronald Beverunaum, Rolling Road.. 82
Dick Tyson. Clifton Park 83
Henri Van Gogh, Mount Pleasant.... 86
Mike Bowers, Bparrows Point 88
John Zaleskl, Fredericksburg No Card
Mrs. Hofheimer Wins
Woodmont Golf Event
Mrs. Jeane Hofheimer scored
92-11 —81 to win class A honors
at the ladies’ day golf tourna
ment yesterday at Woodmont
Country Club. Mrs. Shirley
Fischer was class B winner with
99-23—76 and Mrs. Della Shere
won in class C with 106-32—74.
Mrs. Claire West headed class D
with 112-34—78. while Mrs.
Carolyn Foley of Argyle was best
guest with 90-6—84.
Columbia Girls Win
TORONTO, Ontario, July 3
(Special). Gloria Schleith
pitched the Columbia Girls’ soft
ball team to 6-1 victory over the
Dafri Jewelers, top team in the
West Toronto League, here last
sticks. She finally holed out in
nine, and finished 6-6-6 on the
next three and still lost by only
three shots.
Mrs. Werber, who won the
Herald Cup in 1948, had 93,
minus a 16 handicap for a net
77, and Mrs. Jacobs 92-15—77.
They meet next Wednesday in an
18-hole playoff.
Mrs. R. M. Oliver of Army-
Navy and Helen Molnar of
Argyle tied for gross with 925,
with Mrs. Oliver winning the
draw. Miss Molnar took fourth
net with 92-13—79, behind Mrs.
George Bond of Columbia with
95- Mrs. D. J. Ward
of Kenwood had 94-14—80 and
Mrs. Shannon, 96-16—80.
Other net winners, in order,
were Mrs. Max Wool of Indian
Spring. 96-16—80; Mrs. Edward
Fox of Kenwood, 96-16—80;
Mrs. J. F. Gross of Columbia,
first winner of the Herald Cup
in 1932, 95-15—80; Mrs. Cylde
Hammersla of Kenwood, 95-15
80; Mrs. Richard Schattman of
Indian Spring, 90-15—01; Mrs.,
Joseph Hopkinson of Kenwood,'
96- Mrs. George Inoff of
Indian Spring. 97-10—81.
Haas, Mayer Cure
Ailments, Forge Into
Lead in Motor City
Sy the Associated Pros*
DETROIT. July 3.—Fred Haas
of New Orleans and Dick Mayer
of St. Petersburg, Fla., each
cured an ailment, shot sub-par
golf and led a field of 72 play
ers into today’s third round of
the Motor City Open.
The 38-year-old Haas, using
an atomizer to cure a 10-year
siege of hay fever, carded a four
under par 67 in yesterday’s sec
ond round for a 71-67—138 total.
Mayer, a quiet, 29-year-old
iron ace, followed with a five
under par 66—the best round of
the tournament—and posted a
72-66—138. He straightened out
a slicing ailment which possibly
cost him the National Open
championship two weeks ago.
Their shot-making over the
par 71 Meadowbrook Country
Club course gave them a two
stroke lead dver two tested pro
fessionals—Cary Middlecoff of
Memphis, Tenn.> and Bob Toski
of Livingston, N. J.—and a com
parative unknown. Bill Mark
ham of Royal Oak, Mich. Each
shot 140, two under par.
Freddie Haas 2 71-07—138
Dick Mayer 72-00—138
Cary Middlecoff 72-08—140
Bob Toski -.70-70—140
Bill Markham 71-00—140
Oene Littler 71-70—141
Dave Douglas 08-73—141
Tommy Bolt 72-60—141
Johnny Palmer 08-72 —141
George Fazio 60-72—141
Ted Rhodes 71-70—141
Ted Kroll 71-71—142
Jack Burke. Jr. 73-00—142
Jack McOivern 78-87—143
Marty Furgol 72-71—143
Pete Fleming 72-71 —143
Roberto Df Vicenzo 74-69—143
Doug Ford _ 73-71—144
zChuck Kocsls 09-76—144
Jerry Barber 73-71—144
Ed Oliver 76-69—144
Jack Fleck 72-72—144
Rudy Horvath 73-71—144
z Denotes amateur.
Stamina Is QuestiAn
As Babe Sets Pace
By the Associated Press
PEABODY, Mass., July 3.
Babe Zaharas carried a seven
stroke lead into the final 36 holes
of the Women’s National Open
golf tournament today as she
pitted her limited endurance
against the other 39 qualifiers.
The Babe had a one-under-par
71 yesterday for a 143 halfway
point total on Salem Country
Club’s par 36-36—72 course.
The chief threat to the hard
hitting Mrs. Zaharias appeared
to come from Defending Cham
pion Betsy Rawls of Spartan
burg, S. C., a veteran come-from
behind finisher. Betsy com
pleted her second round with a
strong 73 over the testing, 6,393-
yard layout for a 150.
Mrs. Babe Zaharias 72-71—143
Betsy Rawls 77-73—150
a-Claire Doran 72-79—151
Betty Hicks 75-76—151
a-Patrlcia Ann Lesser 79-73—162
Louise Suggs 78-77—153
a-Mary K. Wright 74-79—153
a-Mary Lena Faulk 77-76—153
Betty Dodd 77-77—154
Patty Berg 78-70—154
Pat O’BuUivan 70-79—165
Betty Jameson 78-78 —158
a-Jean Hopkins. JL-78-70—167
Beverly Hansen ...77-80 —157
Marilyn Smith 83-76—158
Mrs. Betty Bush 79-79—168
Mrs. Jacqueline Pung 81-77—158
Betty Macklnnon 78-80—158
Fay Crocker 77-82—169
a-Mrs. Mae Murray Jones.. 79-81—160
a-Joyce Ziske 78-82—100
a-Denotes amateur.
Members 'Rough It'
As Norbeck Opens
An enthusiastic group of Nor
beck Country Club members
“roughed it,” so to speak, in
opening their new club yester
day and today it was official
opening day at neighboring
Brooke Manor Farms.
Bottles of drinking water were
brought in, the grillroom and
golf shop were in temporary
quarters, baskets for picking
stones. dotted the course, etc.,
but caddies were plentiful and
the spirit was good at Norbeck.
Henry Gerardi, the new pro,
said he’d never seen anything
like it and he planned tourna
ments over the entire holiday
week end.
Murray Sagman had an 81 for
low gross .in the blind bogey
and until today, at least, he
holds a course record.
Blind bogey winners were
Steve Carton, 90-18—72; Roland
Galley, 92-20—72; Lou Chalec,
84-14—70; Allan Baer, 84-14—70,
and Lou Fishman, 85-15—70.
Virginia Woman Captures
Chesapeake Sailing Title
By tho Atioclated Praia
ANNAPOLIS, July 3. Mrs.
John H. Donald of the Fishing
Bay Yacht Club, Virginia, won
the women’s sailing champion
ship of the Chesapeake Bay yes
terday with a total of 29%
points garnered in six races.
Mrs. Donald, beating out the
best women skippers from six
Bay regions, overcame a point
lead held by Mrs. Bunny Myers
of Tred Avon Yacht Club, to
take the series, sailed in the
Naval Academy’s knockabouts.
Mrs. Myers, who fouled out early
in the last race, lost her points
for that event, and finished sec
ond with 23% points.
A half point back was Mrs.
Barbara Lucke of the Corsica
River Yacht Club, third with
23% points.
Freddie McLeod Bags
Sixth Ace of Career
Freddie McLeod, for more than
40 years the golf pro at Colum
bia Country Club, still doesn’t
have a back seat to any
youngster when it comes to hit
ting a golf ball.
McLeod. 72, scored the sixth
hole-in-one of his career yester
day with a six iron shot on
Columbia’s 16th hole. He shot 76.
Cobb, Speaker Accept Bids
NEW YORK, July 3 (&.—Ty
Cobb and Tris Speaker, two of
the greatest outfields in base
ball history, today accepted in
vitations to appear at “Hall of
Fame Day” at Yankee Stadium
Saturday, August 14.
THE EVENING STAR, Washington D. C.
Film Producer's Home
Is Seized for Taxes
•y itio Associated Prow
3.—The 12-room home of Sam
Spiegel, independent fllin pro
ducer, has been seized by the
Federal Government for $13,372
in unpaid income taxes. _
The house will be sold at
auction within 30 days, Robert
A. Riddell,' district internal
revenue director, said yesterday,
to satisfy a debt owed since 1946.
Mr. Spiegel, under the law, can
redeem his home within a year
if he pays the buyer the amount
of the purchase price, plus 20
per cent.
District Driver Naps,
Car Runs Into Tree
On Nichols Avenue
A District man was critically
injured early today when his car
struck a tree in the 2600 block
of Nichols'avenue B.E.
Police said Bill Mack Ander
son, 31, of 128 Yuma street S.E.,
driving north on Nichols avenue
about 4:30 a.m., fell asleep at
the wheel.
The car rammed the tree. Mr.
Anderson suffered multiple brok
en ribs, a punctured lung, a
broken right arm and head in
juries. H was taken to District
General Hospital.
Police estimated that S4OO
damage was done to the front of
the car.
Woman Is Hit by Car,
In Critical Condition
A woman, knocked down by a
car as she crossed Georgia ave
nue at Sheridan street N.W., was
in critical condition in Emer
gency Hospital today with chest
and head injuries.
Police identified her as Mrs.
Ida Abelman, 63, of 6224 Piney
Branch road N.W. She was hit,
Investigators said, by a car driv
en by Brownie Sandidge, 27, col
ored, 2446 Ontario road N.W.
Police charged him with failure
to give his full time and atten
tion to driving.
Trig Apparent Vidor
In Virginia Cup Race
By the Associated Press
NEWPORT NEWS. Va., July 3.
—Trig, a Class B sloop skippered
by Charles S. Dell, sr. of Annap
olis, is the apparent winner of
the 13th annual Virginia Cruis
ing Cup race.
Dell piloted his yacht across
the finish line at Old Point
Comfort at approximately 10:30
p.m. last night, some 35 Vi hours
after setting out from Annapolis
at the start of the 123-mile run
down the Chesapeake Bay.
. Trig had a time allowance
of two hours, two, minutes, 58
seconds and it was very doubt
ful early this morning if any
of the remaining 12 yachts would
finish soon enough to win first
place by corrected time.
Only one other yacht was in
at midnight, J. Miller Sher
wood’s Rubicon. The Baltimore
skipper was about five minutes
behind the Trig but Rubicon’s
allowance is eight minutes less
than that of Dell’s boat.
One of the 14 starters, Kana
Hara n, skippered by Sam Lit
man ot Baltimore, dropped out
of the race.
Olympic Tess Is Featured
As Culpeper Show Opens
Special Dispatch to The Star
CULPEPER. Va., July 3.—The
annual Culpeper Horse Show
opened its three-day stand here
today, featuring the first of a
series of tests patterned after
the Olympic Games.
Horses competing in this par
ticular test were to be judged
today on obedience, balance and
sensitiveness. A long, cross
country steeplechase run is on
the program tomorrow and a
medium jumping workout is
listed Monday.
Many of the horses doing well
in this series probably will enter
the competition at Nashville
later this year for the choosing
of a United States equestrian
team to compete in the Pan-
American Games.
The usual hunter, jumper and
pony classes also are ‘on the
Pat McCarthy to Direct
Athletics at De Matha
Pat McCarthy will be director
of athletics and head football
coach at De Matha High School
starting in the fall.
McCarthy, coach at Bel Air
High the last three years, is suc
ceeding Paul Galarneau. The
new coach is a former player
with professional Wilmington
[ CHARLES 1 °r'r
I TOWN «££
Admission to the grandstand,
SO «Mrts, including tax. Luxurious
air-conditioned Clubhouse ~
inch tax. Special B. A O. train iliVlit/ fjr
leaves Washington 11:45 E.D.T., W kxrv jfp DAILY
Silver Spring 12 Noon, Rockville A..;'
12:10 arriving at track 1:25 p.m., VJtm gxMf DOUBLE
returning after the last race. JWJ IW W in j^|
36 Days: July 5-Aug. 14J nwo^as
** A-11
Indian Head Official
Fatally Injured in
Hughesville Crash 1
George P. Switlick, 36. who
worked for the Commerce De
partment in Washington for 15
years, was Injured fatally in an
automobile accident Thursday
at Hughesville, Md.
' Mr. Switlick left his position
at Commerce a year ago to go
to work at the Indian Head
(Md.) Powder Factory as a pro
curement officer and had lived
at Indian Head since. He for*
merly lived in Washington and
Arlington County.
The accident occurred on
Route 5 as Mr. Switlick was re
turning from a fishing trip, his
family said. The car went out
of control, ran off the highway
and struck a tree. Mr. Switlick
died about six hours later.
Mr. Switlick served in the Pa
cific with the Navy Seabees dur
ing World War 11. He was a
native of Wisconsin and attended
schools there.
Surviving Mr. Switlick are hit ,
widow, Mrs. Dorothy Switlick,
and their two daughters, Bar
bara Ann. 2, and Carol Jean, 4.
A brother, Clarence Switlick,
lives at 2000 D street N.E. Three
other brothers and a sister live
in the Midwest.
A funeral mass will be held
at Holy Comforter Catholic
Church in Washington at 9 a.m.
Wednesday. Burial will be in Ar
lington National Cemetery. The
remains are at chamber’s fu
neral home, 517 Eleventh street
Printers' Losing Streak
Halted at Seven Straight
Things are looking better for
the Union Printers today.
The Typos, after losing seven
straight games in the Industrial
League, hope they now own the
start of a winning streak. They
pounded out 12 hits to beat tho
Washington Boys’ Club, 5-2, in
one half a double-header yester
day on the Ellipse.
In the other Industrial League
game, Silver Hill and Cameo
each got 10 hits as the Hillmen
won, 8-8.
In another sandlot game, Snug
Harbor pounded 14 hits to beat
Congress Heights, 12-3, in the
Anacostla League.
Fort Belvoir Winner,
Plays All-Star Team
Spoclol Dispatch to Tho Star
DU BOIS, Pa., July 3.—The
Fort Belvoir baseball team will
play an all-star team of semipros
from this central Pennsylvania
area here tonight.
The Engineers from Virginia
were officially greeted yesterday
when the mayor proclaimed it to
be “Fort Belvoir Day.” Then last
night Belvoir beat the Dußois
semipro team, 9-1, banging out
17 hits, including three oy cen
terflelder Bob Reitz.
Little Leaguers to Play
All-Star Game Tonight
The annual Arlington Little
Major League All-Star game,
patterned off the major league
game, will be played at 8 o’clock
tonight at the Four Mile Run
A total of 42 players, repre
senting every team In the league
will see action either for the
National or American Division.
Harrison Baer is coaching the
Nationals and Howard Peterson
the Americans.
The squads:
T«n oU Vi*M? n *—HallL pitcher: Dzvo
Zoll. Ist • haze: Bruce Lady. 3d bag*.
Loans. Inc —Glenn Hofto, 2d baae: Tom
DeHart, lat baae' Pat O Flynn. catcher.
A. rll s!® ton Motor* Bill Funkhouser,
pitcher; Ronnie Lancaster, outfielder:
Henctl Hockett. zhortztop. Barcrofi
Cleaners—Spencer Tyler, pitcher: Charles
Spencer, lat base: Ray Harrell! out
fielder . Optimists—Torn Hawking. catch,
er: John Findley, pitcher: Ken Heraey.
shortstop. Arlington Kiwanls—John Mer.
cer, outfielder: Bo McAllister, pitcher;
Dave Carter. 3d base. McQulnn’i— Ric
key outfioldw: Tom McAdam,
3d baae: Jim Baer pitcher: Tom Mc-
Adams. 3d base- Jim Baer, pitcher.
Stewart Bulck—D .cTOe* catcher:
James Hull, shortstop: James Farley,
pitcher. Kenvon-Peck—Bud Francis.
Pitcher: Bob Baird outfielder: Warren
Smith. outfielder. Mailanders—Chris
Hanburger. Ditcher: Butch Richardson,
outfielder: Jack Murray, catcher. Ola
Dominion Bank—Jim Gorman, outfield
er: Don Brown. 3d base: Bob Cooksey.
Ist base. Broyhlll't—Bd Joran. short
stop: Sandv MacGregor, pitcher: Tom
Titug. outfielder Arlington Trust—Keith
Findly. shortstop: Bob Small, pitcher:
John McCune. lat bate. Fairllngton Kl
wants—Marshall Howard. 3d base:
Rlchsrd Wertlme. outfielder: Jim Kan
asakl. pitcher.
Plumbers Win Softball Title
Don Smith’s two-run homer
in the third inning helped Bar
rett’s Plumbers to s 5-3 victory
over College Park Moose for the
first half championship in the
Prince Georges YMCA Softball
League last night at Greenbelt.
Each team finished regular play
s’ith an 8-1 record.

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