BROOKLYN EAGLE, FRI./DEC. 10, 1948 i 21
Local Boole Cohen Rolls 601 Prospect Five
Clash on Sunday v J a S S Rebuilds With Roller Skating i
e X 1 H <5 Eastern Parkway'^ Roller Hockey League gets underway
For A L Points New Regime
Ike Cohen belted out a 601 series to pace Sid's Men's Shop
to a 2—t victory over Burkland White in Division 3 play of
tonight with three games. The schedule: 7:30 p.m.. Brooklyn
Clovers versus the Yorkville Bruins: 11 p.m., Bronx Mustangs
the Eagle Class C 'pin tourney. Cohen mauled the maple for (First of a ^series on local club versus Brooklyn Stars; 11:30 p.m.. Bay Ridge Beavers versus
I By BILIi GRAHAM a 234 in his first effort, followed with 180 and tapered off New York Opals.
I T h e last American Soccer; basketball teams.)
If you want to see amateur roller skating at its best,
League local derby of the sea- with 187. £
No miracles, such as took be sure to take' a long l.ook at the television show on CBS
son will be played Sunday at J Babe Janklow's.won two out CLASS C PIN STANDINGS place last year, are expected in around 0 o'clock tonight. Millie and Jim Ferris have assem-
Hawthorne Field. Hawthorne tof three games from Little Falls DIVISION w j SI B'be J ' k T
ftBiamai 14 13 the big Prospect Park branch bled an excellent cast from their Bay Ridge Rink Club.
St. and Brooklyn Ave., when Laundry to maintain its two- S'd'» M V S ' p 19 « . K ' t » C y . . M'ie 14 13Y. M. Co A; gym this% season as The dress rehearsal went off without a hitch, and all
Hispano and Hakoah tangle for game edge over Sid's' Men's L'tle F ' I L'd'y 19 10 HotshoU Fuel . 1 ; I Sthe basketball team starts a that's needed now is for the TV cameras to start grinding.
Oc'n N'k 8er. 17
two points. Hispano, although Shop in the fight for leader- B'kl'd Green 17 10t Ideal D'monds 10 17 long rebuilding program.
U'm'n Oreyi 18 I
10 17 Featured in t h e show a r e Barbara Nathan little Ida
jone point behind the loop-lead- ship. Matty D'Agostino of t h e Pearl Red 16 11 r e i n s ' T i n C'» 10 17
B'k'l'd White 15 IS Pearl White « 19 The veteran Dick Andrewes Matys, Patricia Devereux, Phyllis Riggs and John Pergolizzi,
M ing New York Americans, has a losing squad belted out 214 in Indus. Litho 14 1* Harrn'y B»r * 19has retired as coach and in his
MIXUDS 14 13 Gremlins 6 XI plus a n all-star cast of umpteen thousand, a s they say in
M [game in hand and the impor- his second game. place has been installed Ken- Hollywood.
H H Itance of the occasion will be Burkland Green blanked In- neth Stelter, a former star of
marked when both teams will dustrial Lithograph Co. to move took t h e measure of the the Prospect Big Red Five. That's what we like about roller skating. It's strictlv an
field new faces. Gremlins. Another shift in the coaching amateur sport. .Every "kid W h o works in a show like this,
into a three-way tie for third Kings County Moose picked ranks brings Phil Devine in as competes in contests, or studies for tests, is doing it for
Segura F. C, defending chain- place with Little Falls Laundry or
Ipion, will be making a strong and Ocean Neck Service. John tip three games when Pearl mentor of the junior varsity, fun, for the '"kicks," as the bebop-ers say.
bid for leadership in the cur- Landi of Industrial fired a 238 White forfeited. Joe Lekowski He. too, once scored 'profusely And when they're at the top, there are llo athletic scholar-
rent race for t h e National game. rapped out a 216-game to pace for the Big Red team. ships to pay their way through school, or contracts with,
League championship when it the.Mixups to a two-game" vic- That standout quintet which
Triple Victory . tory over Ocean Neck Service. jpro teams awaiting them. The few skaters who make careers
meets the pace-setting Gjoa S. C marched courageously into the o f i t c a n . l u r n 0nlv to jobs as rink instructors.
SKATES FOR U. S.—And.ro McLaughlin, who represents at Kings County Oval, 8th Ave. The Hotshots came through DIVISION S
the Brooklyn Ice Palace in speed skating, has just been at 63d St. Swedish F. C. of Bay with a triple w i n over t h e t l f ^ a i i i ^ i ^ n a - 0 ^ ? ? ' A n d t h e r e a r e a f b w , l h o u s a n d S u c h ^ b s - f p r 17 million
FelrTs Tin Can Biamas
Ridge will oppose New York
chosen to represent the U. S. in the world figure skating | Hungarian at Starlight Park: in Hamilton Greys. The. second Blind 125 125 125;Far.to 190 145 146 trials by virtue°of U s ^ u p s e S t skaters.! That's why we say—roller skating is strictly amateur,
LawlfM 100 134 121 Matuar* 171 102 — umph in the finals of the na- « n d stilcUy for fun.
game .,of the match was, won in .Smith
championships in Paris, Feb. 16 and 17. The other three the Bronx. r r , , , , , 132 130 163 Piaiza 134 —157
girls to compete for the'U. S. will be Yvonne Sherman, a roll off when both clubs joorcton m iei mjoriiio 174 —175 tional L tourney is no longer! Speaking of shows, Eastern Parkway's "Roller Rhapso-.
First place "in the German- finished with 879. In the first M'C'm'Sc 179 169 160 LoPlnto 182 212 161 on hand. dies of 1949," scheduled for late in January, is going to be
Jackson Heights; Virginia Baxter, Detroit, and Helen Uhl, American loop will be at stake frame of the next game, the Hot- (Abramo — 187 175 In their place have come Dick performed to the strains of a top-flight band, the first time
'Ctmlnlert — 143 —
California. Miss McLaughlin was notified of the honor when t h e Eintracht S. 0 . of shots collected 77 pins to the Totals 713 719148! Totals 858 719 814 Meaning, Ray Crowley, Ed such a step is being taken in a rink production. .. ,.
by the chairman of the International Committee of the Astoria opposes t h e circuit- rival club's 65. Schmidt of Martocci Litho. Co. 1 Burkland Qreen143 Jacklets and Ted Kuminski, a Keep your eye on Gary Schul-
170 147 145'Amendola 144 146
U. S. Figure Skating Association. leading Newark at Farcher's Hamilton rolled a 232 for in- Morabito 142 125 96 Schulman 167 198 146 small, fast unit which has been man a t the Park Circle. He's 3h Auto Service—Repairs
Grove in New Jersey. In the Landi 171 238 183lHeller 165 192 180
dividual scoring honors. Cast'ano 153 166 197!Panfleon 178 154 150 improving in previous tests the 9-year-old who annexed the
same N pennant race, Pfaelzer In other sweeps, Biamas sunk Forlain 125 147 168'Kreps 149 157 174 and should find itself within a E a s t e r n Regional Juvenile!
will be home to New York at Fein's Tin Can a s Joe Lopinto Totals 781 823 789, Totals 803 847 793 matter of a.few weeks.
Philadelphian Woodward Oval, Woodward andlhit a 212 and Ideal Doamonds Stagno Neck Service* lIe k o w s kMixups 185 169
Flushing Aves., and German
Hungarian will play host to
148 152 —
157 177 194JYae*er
championship last y e a r . , S h o w s |
Other members of the varsity more stuff, and practices a lotj
125 153 162:Dub tetn 183 134 138 are John Budd, F r a n k Fazio, harder, than most older skaters.'
126 150 165
Episcopo 158 180 15l!01son 188 180 181 Bob Latko, Ray Mills. Bill Bike, He shows a very sensitive in-
With Cage Fix Hoboken at Metropolitan Oval,
Metropolitan and A n d r e w s
Ayes,:- Brooklyn S. C. will travel
Knicks Make Habit .Anemone 140 — 172;L«Fave
Schm'gler — 179 155t
151 190 175 Roy Zotter and Charley Freyer. terpretation of t h e music h e
One of the biggest schedules dances to. which is what a lot
Totals 729 831 834! Totals 829 849 826 in Y history ha? been drawn up
Hamilton Greys Hotshol.s of experienced skaters lack.
Philadelphia. Dec. 10 (U.P.)—Ion each of the two previous to Astoria to meet German- with an average of two games
An attempt by a man described!arrests by former Chief Magis- \n\erican.
by p o l i c e "as a small-timejtrate John J. O'Malley. O'Mal- The schedule:
Of Rollinq Rollers Raffa'lo 125 — — Fisoher
Downey 169 152 119 Balduccl 157 190 189
Kind 133 179 140 Stacl
151 — — Last night was election night
177 167 155 per week for a total of 30 con- for officers of the Park Circled
Schmidt 178 232 169 J.Fisch'tl 174 177 138 tests. The team should be Skating Club. Will have the re-j
t r \ ™ 1A m DM J a n > e * 169 171 162 C.Fisch'tl 192 173 162
• gambler to approach Joe Fulks.jley recently was tried on State AMERICAN LEAGUE — Brooklyn His Providence, R. 1., D e c . I t ) lU.rDjshamah ~ 145 170'p.Flsch'tl —172 155 ready to make its presence felt suits in the next column.
scoring ace of the Philadelphia charges of malfeasance in office patio.-vs.- Hakoah, Hawthorne Field; —With Tommy Byrnes provid-i Totals 774 879 760 Totals 851 '879 799 by the time the State and na- Don't forget t h e Employes'!
Brookhattan vs. New York Americans,
Warriors professional basket- involving mishandling of gam- Sterling Oval; Kearny Americans vs. Cel- ing the impetus, the New York! ••Babe"- 'Vimo""-* l utile F«U Laundry tional Y tournaments come Christmas Party at t h e Bay
ball team, with a proposition bling cases but the trial elided tic. Kearny, N. J.;Philadelphia. Amer- , / „ . . , „ „ , , . ,. „ , , „ , „ . . . , iLiparl 193 176 lOOjDachllle 171188 147 along.
icans vs. Nationals.
Philadelphia Ridge Rink this coming Tues-
for .''throwing'' a game, was re- in a hung jury. He w i l l be NATIONAL CHALLENGE CUP—Trenton knickerbockers spurted in the|Sanmeis 195189 174 ouva 182175157 The jayvee squad, which al- day. There'll be some good ex-
vealed by authorities today. Americans u
brought t o trial again early Trenton, N.vs. .Santa Maria of Baltimore,' l„a s t f o t l l ' m i n „t e s t o d e f e a t t h e (Singer 140 164 173jD'Ag'tino 139 244 183 ways makes a contribution to hibitions.
J • '. r Warsh'r 196 161 167|Morano
Herman 172 M3,134|Correntt 135 137 157 —
The man. identified as Mor- next year. NATIONAL AMATEUR CUP—Prague vs. Providence Steamrollers f o r IGeracl 159 180 162 the varsity in subsequent years, LET US HELP YOU MAKE
ris Flcischman, was arrested V i i R - - i - t i , u baVv.irvH h i o h o - i l Swlss
- Steinway Oval; New World vs the second time in two nights Totals 896 833 838 Totals 786 924 806
is composed of Art Brigandi, Cotton Henning Dies
Asso- M a c c a i . KinBSbrldKe ovai.
last night and released in $400 scorer in the Basketballnigne*tj Kings bCounty Oval; New York Hungarian with a 74—63 triumph before Bub'fein 183White | Sid's Men's Shop Ra>\ Costello,. Fred Czechowitz, Indianapolis, Dec. 10—Harry
fulks is the second NATIONAL LEAGUE— Gjoa vs. Segura, Burkland YOUR TRUCK LAST
bail for a hearing this after- ciation of America this year vs. Swedish. Starlight Park; Patersoti 134 138;R.Clpr.'ni 151158 143 Peter Ellard, John Finch, John
Waxman 162 135 115 Cohen 234 180 187 LONGER W I T H EXPERT
noon! vs. Bridgeport. Paterson,
with an average of 21.9 points Doversvs. Italian. Harrison, N. J. N. J.; 2,579 fans in a Basketball As- Btlello 146 137 143 Greenb'g 129 149 184 Killen, Stan Kominski, Robertl C. (Cotton) Henning, 52, the In- FORD SERVICE
McKinney, dianapolis Motor Speedway's
B e r n s f n 187 157 193 J.Clpr'nl 138 183 181
Police said Flcischman had per game, fie topped the league METROPOLITAN CHALLENGE CUP— sociation of America game here Kr'tchlk 149 183 172 Nahoum 162 199 128 Jones, Richard
First round: Long Island Rangers vs.
been arrested twice previously in 1916 With 1,611 points in 70 Sada. Northern Boulevard and 92d St.; last night. Totals 827 746 761! Totals 809 869 823 Frank Skeans. Albert Snell "master mechanic." died yester-
in the last four years on dis- games. Last year he finished New York Hungarian vs. Malta. Starlight Byrnes, former Seton Hall Gremlins ( Ideal Diamonds and James West. It, too, will day in Billings Veterans' Hos- IU la Ira W U 1 1H U
Park: Favorites vs. Falcon's. Staten Island. Forzano 150 142 167 Andres'n 143 152 143 pital. He had been in ill health.
orderly conduct charges involv-lllie regular schedule in second Division—Gjoa vs. Cork Celtic. Premier forward, streaked through for Erhoft 101 133 126'St'kh'se 151126 160 meet the toughest opposition
ing gambling at basketball lplaee but the playoffs put him County Oval.
'on top with 1,231 points in 50 First Division—Prague vs. Segura. SJfin- wide open after
games. way Oval: Broadway- vs.' Bedford Hi'.ls.
three layups to break the game Sut'ln 140 129 148'A. J'ns'n 153 1 4 1 1 5 2 hi .its particular class. '
B u t ' f c o 138 173 168 D'vids'n 125 — 1 8 7
Videbeck 161 188 149
130 — ThW Adv. will be Credited Sl.00 towards:
the Purchase of One Singing Canary;
at t h e Motor Co., Inc.
Assistant Police Superinten- Staten Island: Galicia vs Peru. Sterling overcame a f)0—44 third-period American Hockey League BIRD SHOW , . 155 FLATBUSH AVE.
dent George F . Richardson im- Oval.
GERMAN-AMERICAN LEAGUE. Big ten deficit.
Byrnes • was the top; T o t ^ f 4 8 ^ 6 758 ' Totals Fuel 727 791,| IndlanapolU l l , Cleveland 3.
Square Corp. BROOKLYN LABOR LYCEUM
mediately started an investiga- I Division—^Iht'rachl , vs. Newark.. Union. Gotham scorer with l > points.Iviveio VI,. 9-100O
JN. J.; Pfaelzer vs. New York. Woo'.ward f l1 1
147 i66 i73:cuon^o 122158 172, St, Louis 3; New Haven 2. • • : All D»y Dec. 11 and 12
tion .-, to see if other persons jOva!: German-Hungarian vs. Hoboken. MOU.I Willi J 1" ' , Baggilo 202 147 157- C m ' i n g * 174 167 195
were connected with the bribe n W a s t h w i l brTar.d'o 144 188 186 Murgold 124 177 115 k
Metropolitan Oval; Brooklyn vs. German- [ H O W i e S h a n n opoinl-getter e K Otl h- ] H a n n o n 173 143 167 Tortora 173 183
Americans at Astoria. ' " . . " • Feency 202 149 146 Green 135 175 182
attempt. Premier Division — College Point vs. ers' leading I
White Plains. College Point; Hanseaten lO t a l l i e s . , T o ( a , c 8fi8 793 829 Totals 734 854 847
"Fleischman is too small to vs. Kollsman, Queens Village; Schwaben The i n e u p ; College ' Harmony Bar
do this on his own." Richard- vs. Schlesier. Throggs Neck: Prospect vs. New York I Pxovldence | Curreri 160 153 134 Catrone 178 163 180
Greek-American. De Witt Clinton: G'.uli- O F P' G F P.iForle 107 145 lOO'B^sinsa 128 — 1 4 8
son said. . ,'iWe are trying to ana vs. Minerva. 112th S t . Braun 3 i7'Caivcr'.ey 1 6 8Crofs 151 145 159 J.Ryan
140 134 160 W.Ryan 191 185 —
127 — 1 3 0
EASTERN DISTRICT LEAGUE. Premier [Byrnes 8 3 19Sailors 4 3 11jBecker
find out who t h e people are Division — West New York vs. Hapoel.iRitter • 1 0 2 E. Shannon 0 0' OjSchncff 155 156 198'LaRocca 166 137 —
. behind this effort to corrupt West New York; Hatikvoh vs. Bronx, Tannebaum 0 1 1 N'ostrand 5 2 121 ! Rogers — I l l 137
For Defense Ace Hawthorne Field; Armenian vs. Carib- Gallatin 0 0 0 Walker 2 2 6 !Maher — 148 177
sports." . bean. Marble Hill. McGaha 0 0 OH. Shannon fi .3 15 ;—: 1 .
Fleischman is charged with A Division—Brooklyn Maccabi vs. """ Rothenburg 4
Ver- 7 15 Melnhold 2 1 5 Totals 713 733 891- Totals 790 744 772
0 0 0 Pugh 3 0 6| Pearl White Kings County Moose.
having made to Fulks an over- By RALPH TROST
satile, Furriers vs. Columbia, Wingate Knorek
Stadium; Milan vs. Freedom, Hoboken; Van D'KoUI 2 4 8i • : . Azzinaro 147 161 169
The Rangers' purchase of 23-
all offer for throwing, a game. year-old Allan Stanley yester' Warsaw vs. Ukrainian. Red Maccabi 2. Red Palmer Hook Stadium. 4 4 121 : 'Amen 131 134 180
B Division—Warsaw vs. Noel 0 0 0 : • ' • FORFEIT IMtorello 145 173 190
'"Man, y o u ' r e crazy," the day from Providence, an inUe Hook Cortiandt Maccabi 2B. vs. Ukrainian,
Stadium; Scal.i 177 145 174
Van Park. Carbo 178139 125
Arena Corp., which presents I pendent (not a farm) team, wasU R * 5 e r v e Divislon - S a m e M Premier
the Warriors' games, quoted l ' . ' | Division.
Fulks as. replying. "Get t h e a move in the right direction.
hell out of here." The defense has leaked. Like a
The A r e n a ' said that no sieve, at times. If the defense
. specific amount of money was will be able to not merely stop
offered and that no money some scoring but clear the puck
changed hands. T h e Warriors from- its own defensive' zone
play in the Basketball Asspcia- and get it. moved out into the
. tion of America. enemy's defensive zone, the
.Police'"records reveal Fleisch- a t t a c k — with an average of THE IDEAL TEAM
man had b e e n .discharged less than two goals per game Chorfej Soturno—Joe A s t e — M a e W o g n o r — S a l Agnello—Sam Nahoum
since the season really got into
Rrfirrsenting hital Bowling Alleys
swing—might b e . able to do
Tropical Park Entries something. IN THE BROOKLYN EAGLE CLASS A BLUE LEAGUE
FIRST RACE- S2.000; claiming: three-
year-olds and u p ; one a n d one-eighth Or. at worst, the Blueshirtsjj
?.p; w t P.P. w t might get a little of that soli-
1 Ballast '.22 0 Susa. Beanie 104 t tlfll'Lt V the Montreal Canadiens
2 xDecoupage 104 !0 W.urer.ton 112 -..
3 x \ B r n c e Play 109 11 Alpine Aswme 112 • p i C K C d U p a they moved into
» xBisj Kay 107 12 Eugene
s xFagrace 104 13 xKliiKs Coup 114 ' " e upper half of the league!;
5 Co':d Rfey lis lixMaudcaiix ii4 standing despite a lessening in
7 Bcjh's Bo;n'.>
B Trimde.m i l l l e S r ' V B . b c n 4 | t l ^ i r ability t o score.
SECOND RACE - $2,coo. claiming-.!. , ) u s l . n o w much the Rangers
threcvsearrOlds ana u p . six furlongs.. , , • , , «.
LxAltllns'u lOfi 9-xPerry-PilP' 1C9 p.LU OUt f o r tile good-looking
Dnv^"11 H? i T c a o " ^ 3 1 " 0 :oo!>' 0 , - i n 8 s t e r J' u st U P from the
4 xbainty.-Red ' io6 12 sMiss Yam- ;o8 ! iamateurs two vears ago is a
™ S n a i ; cl u x l ^ y 3 1 ^ - " lo^question. Drew Fieri, the Provi--
7xFairanii.t io6; 15xsweetecna i';4;dence operator, let a price tag
SxJiuiy R 112 JfiDa Do :.-... till e „ . rtL , . c . , f
THIRD RACE— $2,000: einimfnr: ihrcc-}'of S2o.000 be ))tit on Stanlev.
•fx=;^y avanUP:i-3lX8^i"rTr:cv: \&\t*W ^ e look on Frank Bou-
2M*rthmBsrr in; 9aMidchannt'. no chev's face when w e suggested
3 xG&ldficifi lHMO.xApocasc Not i C 3 l , i ; . ..,.',- g i i , u „ , , . , - u i , , „ n | , , 0 , |
4 xFor Jon ~ 11 Gold Eae'.e . I J J j t l l l s U . l - a i l 1116 c a a l l l l n o l V e C t ,
5 ;coiicftc • y.' ::xDuke'.v Gai ; ;oa ; ;he manager-coach nearly blew
-RBU-.Nosc 15.1 13 aD wn o ' P e c e 110 ,> i 11 . . " t
t F KOCRrit RACE -•- S2;20O; allowance : t i p . B o u c h e r
fwn-v^p.r-olds;-six119 furlong-' WOUldll t name
AB L Thomas 109 fl .IXNOUP Ploy j & ; just the amount Pieri did ask
^ Vxice'ente 108:10 xM Longclnc.
3 xCoronct Star 114 11 Auro Boro ' ' b u t let it be known that t h e
4 In Earr.rs! 122' 12 xRcsp'.re come-on. :
ii4 : $25,000 figure was just bait, a
...*' i. ?.* : S B f W Bee
e, xOur Louise
M4 13 Mr Kilroy
114UJ xGayilan n The Rangers' announced THE CRESCENT T^AM
7 Valley's Pal J.JJ i5 1!tauty -.it
103 Jim lorio—John Santurro—Pct« Ruggiero—Dom DcMortino—Fred Clark
SS.'•ter's Bos'. 11.4ti6.Another Zac .115,^70.000 leaves room for guess
#D»ivis-Bur»eU cntry^ ine/
. . V l "value" offbetween o u c h O t hand
\\'f> n f p r e d B SCO.e OO e s e
r Rrfrrtmling Crrscrnl Bowling .IcaJcmy
FIFTH R A C E - S2-200; allowances: , n i ^ , w t u i a i i u DU.UV.IICI m t o c
ii r-r-vfar-olds: fix furlones. ficrurcs as our hunch IN THE BROOKLYN EAGLE CLASS A BLUE LEAGUE
CuftftlnVMsi iU 9 xB'mlr.g I-ight 0 6 " ^ ^ ? , "Well." said
isr.nwWhirl. IW 10 Fvenlng Bov.
i09-.il xxLyd's Rose 111; \ a l l l C ;
113 THERE'S A
4 xxSw'.ng Me n o 12 Mcntsce 114 . ound-faced one. yvitn ili
I lll grin. "I wouldn't
5 Vir.c Ffi'-lc l i t 13 Beallvy
- xTcddy's R o s ' 109 IS Yallarls ii4
6 Phantom F:.-r' • ; i 14 Ch'lenec I/.ke 114 - t a n d in the corner on
make BROOKLYN BOWLING PROPRIETORS ASSOCIATION
8 x W f Ha' 115' 1« xBe RJ^ariv 109 ACADEMY IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
,IVTH RACE . $7,500- add-'d: nesoto guess.
Handicap; three-year-otds a n d u p : six! T h e g u e s s W.i-. Sinnh'cri llifr Names \n<hcii<>. Numbet 6j tllcy*
felonies; n 4 i 7 w cn _, v n3'Value of Ed Kullman and
5«;8Bn) 5J'9 a A g r a r i a n - U 120 jjlivyrt Morn.. at w I;M"I: v nisnni(K
i%#$& HljoR^mSnRo.d o} waiver price- Kc\«tonr Hcrrcation >nirr <3» Lawlcr Brothers l i t )
DI.we» 9-9314 C.I.enmnre X.TIW9
! .,-rW U S 1» Manna H 114Value of lad to be picked
- t.1t)3 Crtnejf l«l»nd A<e. Brn«d«*» corner lUncock St.
6I Oman Hrrrration 'Ri
-F,vvNrH RACF;--*3.OOO; h»ndie*p;| fov P i e'r i from tom F.»»t IMh Street Mthtln«ale «-9ltl i:. FLATHCSII
t h r c - y e a r - o l d s and u p , one and ons-six- among five players on
Hi Uenth miles
1 Colcr Bay
108 5 aPlay Tae
1 1 7 6 Catbrldge
114 Rangers' list of minor BAY IIIDftK
R u r k l a i u l ' s l l i r . i R c f r c a i i n n <lfl»
M3 f i l e * Ave., n e i r ( h u r e h DlcVen* 2-SA">fl
3K.r.ejrv;e H I 7 Faraway 112 leaguers $10,000 Rny R i d g e H o w l i n g A c a d e m y <8) FLVTIUSH
4 May ram 108'
n'.', u ' f . Stable rniry. Value of three Ranger »5« .1»th Street QEaneJ «-*91« ...
EIGHTH RACE *2,OO0: claiming: "rejects" — at^ Which Boll HowlinR Alley* <12> R r i g l i t o n B o w l i n g A i . u l m n <8i
thrce-yraf-AM* *nd u p : one and one-Mx- S3-*I Flflb A»r»nif OEilnejr B.^ftl U I 0 Church Avenue Itt'cVmlmter J.»ft:tii
Fieri is to get fir>i
I V P I d e l HB 9 xUn«<lu»led 109 C o l l e g e B o v t l i n g C c i l l r r • 12 '
crack on t h e theory l ) v k ( i- H c r r e . i l i o n <f>) Mln No\tr-«nit \venbe (l.ovetdjle S-ni'JS
2 War Sword 154 10 !.o«t .A- Found 114 » Celtton Avenue S t l t r t Road f>-9fln^
3 xMidd'.em«n lift llxxHolre I Am 112 thai >ome;inies clubs I . I I ra'jctil Pool \llt \ i ' I 6 »
iHift Hoora) '•" 12 xBtf* Pen 109i let go a player whose I n i l Hi>»lrr Dr-iim- ' i ) i IMS Alhat»« \venue (,ldn<-v l-.\»llfl
frJlft-ll Inurih Axenue $Hore Rom ,VH«:»fl
f; 1 »ri* F*V;,r 11(5 14 We Clootie 118 v.iUie is not recognized: H i m i l t o n Itnulinir. iS; R c r r o a r i o n <ll)i
(..n iln«-i'» I).iv >'ll B o w l i n g <"t-utei 116)
7 H U D a u t h t e r 114 i S x x R e n f y Day 113] JP91 H i l h m h Avenue R5)p)»ri«cle '. <:ii
8 aOr.e tip 120 Pieri once got one that » H l Fourth \ \ e n n e SMore R«»<t \-9v,*!« l.inifilil Ho.iii Bert < .ili"M ' •'•'
aaettlnter-T>,omas t r t > • x5, xx7i w ; iv -—— —^ S 10.000 . '•'Iini** \ i r « K r r i r . i l i o i i 'JO* II ttnmlrt Road Rt r)imin*tf r l-»915
Is aporrnitce allowance etairsed i l l ««th Strfei Sllore R«»d i-BUM
Cash" r - $30,000 Mjrlwooil B'ttvliiig \ ' . n l i ' i n y • t\\
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