The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01415

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N. ..7 YORK 'NEA, When perly. A tool chest that might
the small boy had finished fill- be educational in the hands of
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fished a five-inch firecracker ous as dynamite in Bill's hands
from his hip pocket and stuck because Bill has no aptitude.
It Into the top of the jar. for tools."
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the top back on the Jar, Eddle," arrow sets should get the bow,.
one of the boys who was watch- that -fires a rubber-tipped ar-
4 iMg said. "Then heave the jar row. Even then. Dr. Foote says,l
up in the air as high as you can the child should be taught to' -
and listen for the explosion., play thit. game safely. For In- MAGGY ROUW glnps this
,It'll knoek you off you feet." stance, one child should never new Spring *4e M'al for
f.,-. Eddle asruck a match, lit the' stand near a target when an- traveling, f tR Kasha
*' traoracker fuse and grabbed for, other child is shooting. sy. Je hey he shaped
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slipped. Bdys Injure their eyes about The skirt has plel t opening
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:aMet. showering fragments of highest number of lainrles. By GAIL 1DUGAS
-,. 0istfes into his face. And Eddie' While parents of boys In this NIA Wenma's Editor
ti blind for life age group can hardly stow
Every year. more than a thou- them a*ay in barrels, they can NEW YORK. (NEA) "In Pa-
band small boys like Eddie lose watch them carefully to be sure ris, we are not afraid of compe-
the sht of one or both eyes that the chance for tragedy is tuition. So our reply to the new
throu such accidents. And held to- a minimum. Italian destigns ia continue to
Si Btatber 856.000 children suffer ....'- be the freshness and oiglnality
eI'oe'njurlfe Ualpful Hints of our bwn creatlozs."
i'* About ninety per cent of all IpUI S This It straight ftramn Raymond
; ,',:,h acc'-ents could be pre-i 'Barbas. an active and articnlate
** flted, according to Dr. Frank-; Old-fashioned lap-boards still.Frenchman wh6 t IprefeMnt of
-- AL. rM. Fobte, executive directorI can function efficiently in mo.- the Chaib* Syndlcalt dt La
tt, t National Sclety for the! derp living, particularly for the Couture Pa enne, r ephmfs tg,
4 n of B idad home-mtaker whose many chores aU Frenc.h c0lenre houses and
ti k as and stones, firecrack- are not suited to desks or workof Jeaz Patou Couture.
SiR Scda nd il Kjsltearem tables. A boar t to lie ..-.Mar-basIlL fNl
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-parents who let their children to any woman who likes to doperturbed the sudden appear-
J.py with such things are court-, her sewing while seated in alane of Italan or by the
lg trouble. The best way to' comfortable chair. A semi-circle'11 t the Parisian doorstep.
I- ent eye pk.. uong cut out from the near edge of 'i sign," he explained with a*
children it t yb-- the board will allow her to get
L.- tially-o0 i a. ,tAg comfortably close to the work n. A nn
nsuperv' lay, after aetl- she's resting upon it. SeiAAs g ..aing lIannerlsd
at most children suffer.. **' -
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K tiy- toys that arel of hiding themselves in the
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tinA are two good a brush and thick warm soap-
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A Cm a .. w N.,ne1 Good c nd t. tCEO. F. NOVEY, iNiC httw th ,
fina ncing and Insuran:e writer. 28 inch carriage. $25 00. C lra .4$5 sN iW 51G d3 amd-1"itt ,
olso direct loans on automobiles Apply "Cia. General de SeguroS15's S-10ti
AGENCY DEHLINGER A.. Plaza Herrera. Panomri. Stay at the Panomericana Hotel in FOR SALE: ---BLend i Central Ave. tel.$ -IO of great value aS ste
1eat 1 1-'" w. .t84 3 -411 and115 re-er-f--e flk hi I n
Bids will be received in the Qff;ice-0f cool El VoIle and enjdythe native chilforobe, nveand reference ww rkkt |ll*
5 J2 PONTIAC CARS the General Manager. Commissary Fiestas during the co"md i week. tress, youth be .t America.tse
MNw Available For Division. Mount Hope. Canal Zone. Williams no Cia ee Cttages.X tress, Singer X
IMMIDIATE DIRECT SHIPMINT until 3:00 p. m, Wednesday, Two bedrooms. Frigilivt Rock- ng machine bl Patton is S t9
To The Camel Zone March 26, 1952. .he.n they will go. roangs. sibo a s E,. G e VENETIAN iMt Instute ao f e
Why Buy Off-The-Floor be opened in public, for all or t speaker, NC tiVENETIAN tltv Her In t
And Pay Moe? part of a 50.000 p-und lot of FOR RENT ...es INS r cs *
ee Your Pontiac Deler Today! poultry feed. cons;s.ing of wheat w Fold N trains tranfl.d at BLINDS th color sho*
C I V A. S. A flour with added corn meal p d H iOa steel folding cht-aswol s an d atr theI
C cM c walker Sflbot] ilJsw c cuor Iiiianedfai x"e wa later .takaF
Cadillec-MC---Pontiac inedible tankage. Inspection and a
Aencas Cosmos. Automobile Row particulars may be obtained at FOR RENT .-Two beautiful cottages bike, 3 teni teatis hulel. 7te1d slrtate and wfAS.S
29. illCsolve Auto bing or the Commissary D.i,.s-on Cold semi furnished, in quiet r sidenticl 620-D. Cac-el, yw u -. the library Museum
i your ong Storage office, Mount Hope, Ca- section 172 Sah. 70 Road. Phore OSins.Newh, te

OR SALE-Pymo Club oup Bids will be received inr the office From April 10. completelyfurnrshed C Bs Fenton ft Co. ic., Paif -ePA M, e.itell 4tMWO
sooin problem T an 2- ao Zon' P.ANAM A-2OKS. INC.' n -"0iIndicates thea i .ti1itY
FSADLE oub4 ouPe of the General Manager. Commis. new house to reliable arty onl mnal requires a
SIpcial De Luxe 1946 ber sayDivision. Mount Hope. Canal Poitilla Heights, exNve neigh- typist. qualified to dr A te P at i it will
co*~ io. ndroaedRubef rwax-tero to .t_


Just' 'ftived another shipment of ed in public, for the sale of 50 Aprtetographr pretuit eInformsatlajF t ery e1s L i( le ted) t.
CT I TTIrE CONVERTIBLE only high grade Holstein heifers.. references t-"A genci CarI Tel. 3-41n, --160-
w r Finder Over head Cams In ten o from the Mndi Doairy,. ALHAMBRA APAltI Box 134 Panama.
e by SINGER MO- Canal Zone. Forms of proposal, M turnishld unlurWAIiehd aport- T
d.1 them at Automobile w;rh full paort.culars, mq$ be ob- renta Mo service io4 con- LOST FOUND MODERN FURNITURE
S- TROPICAL MQTORS. tamed In. the office of th I, s- fWct @f 8061 l 1h New "1 ,
*-oral Mu*raer. Commisr -fribol. eoleglane IN* Colon. LOqT--Canfr 35 mm oy
.-1949 Hu.on' Ca s;on. Mount Hope. Conl r FOR RENT -:-4-room apartment Reword for return to Foturgrerh'a l -n RWn blr .
e Perfect condi. the Supply and Service b r. 9th. St. New Cristobol. Apply 806 Charles No. 18, J Street. Alu
avng Canal Zone. n Balboa Hi*ights. Canal Zong P. Apt. 1, phone 1225-J. Colon. LOST:-Horse, color brawn. gelding, -t. S SOS A JAC .
FOR SALE:-Angels, crosses, eaod'FOR SALE-Small furnished apart- has brand on left rear leg in form 3 t. so. ies nt O.as.
1949 Chevrolet 4-door stone, and all monuments; faor ment suitable for English speaking of a cup. Call Panama 3-1376. M
Plastic seat covers Low Corozol and Mourit Hope. i ew couple. 7036, 4th and Melendez, Reward.... ..
Broad new tires. Phone reduced prices, call MMOCy- Colon. we t S
r ,RIA. phone z-zt to WA WA NTWED .hne
SMothers. happy, heofthy feet 6rt WHUMA NGINEERTNG
de Teat 1i Car in the cradli Protect baby's pr6 MiseIluHne .O Corrective Adstmerit i the Badb etet61 *l0
Se, e& Seter One c.ous feet with JUMPING-JACK *tructurei, g..o f tW 'BANTg
ak aihtionem Of Mikes Shoes from cradle to'4 years. Ex- WANTED:-Home for two year old mD. Bow. 1 3 1 Q
ed Modlelp lusively at BABYLAND. No. 40. wire haired terrier. Call Panama i1 a t to be AJ4
-eA. Newt 44th. Blena Viste. Tel. 3-1259.I 3-4234
A* ~ FOR SALE. Record Player 78 VANTED:---Speed-bqot hul t with. 1
RPM 25 Cycle. $20. Tel. 25-- out mworl .no r.. lB 11 i| (til
S- 70 3298. 14-B. Far Fan. Phone Cristobol 3-1941. House A4
tE: '41 Chevrolet Club 369-B. ..-" i -,. Io*te i~t t- to Q lIO BII -
condition.. FOR SALE Hel Wanted Dayri d nep9gilt 1- 3.
.6p Rni, i. He Wanted no,2ec $.In a.veyf ,,.t v -t -
OP. e8 ...- Real lttateWFOR $25 el Mt .Mn rates ONe our seiA w Q4
ALEE2,y0$5. Rel-tANii.:' Excelldn?- .eU. dget pn -fits. wen s QI
1950Ld mobile '76 4FM SALE GIVWAY PRICE ON kBam&o daa So cr td M
A0 oil.,ft SL GIMYP O housekeeper. Salary Is no object W1 Pe to. Whyy msocomerW today 1P R
S 4 S LLOWINGI .: Apply at Max R. Stempel & Son. ea.. s....-Doib.eff. =to 11 .
rnol.. PR Archbishop's Buildirng. Cathedral VA I* Ill W11e 1 S. 2 P 1 4 P aq.
ahnetqn 09. Empire t Five-room, tle rVOed concrete Plowa Between 9 to 12 and 2 to P
0qj1 o. Phone 2965 be. 'oc house. completely furnished 5. Monday Friday. S Oped- 4
.'1 'M a Or.afan r a 4:00 X d floors throughlout, garage of- Mday-Frda DR. LTONE
M -ached Own wer system, elt- .. DR. B.L.STONE I
F MOri Door 2r-"t from CuO tY ^.STHMI/N DATA Mrit- 4 ,,tpruoe inan
.o000_niies +,excelleacan- Dollhouse u.a ,D T If I saw th ad shown tda
leather ptss.y could be conveyed to moids 1. -rn InranI it.^ T Nc it
Stotes.make *j~pr quarters. b'STONE fMI- clubn o 'in.bo4
14-B 'a Foa. 3 3 Concrete block house, asbestos BIRTHS a.o. p 7th St. & Ju s Arosemena l0 'f
shingle root. two" bedrooms. lare t D Ave. S Colt T. 457 a 4 A n l
-- combined living-diningroom, k;tch- MURILLO. Mr. and Mrs. Lul Wse .4 ASm i Ver, th
en. bathroom, plenty of closet R. of Colon, a daughter, March an SIn Vhe Euro
i space. Completely furnished. h at Colon Bospital. bt an" ud h.t yeaeuro
.- All located on four lots,5 min.- wt WALTON. Mr. and. MMs. tc a aihteheetableya
K TOIa^ Arch 15 (UP) from ocean fenced ond compris- V Of Silver City, a Bob, M^ 4e tA f* r .toro.4 and1r mi M l. A m,.ta
-i a r. hila model agency ing 3980 square meters Mango Ilt Colon Hospital. Wtil.:i a SppM ving, storage. by M worth a sa
a t new tkind of and lime trees, many plants. KREAVES. Mr and Mrs. IBty- d. I' more We p ..o4 gr'ate or mov oand lool,
ats. 4. lso one fence lot on beach ron E. of Sflver Caty, a'ta, Mar. M that i dr pen drawing Mh o 2 24
Owner leaving $11.500 terms. Apply 4 at Colon Hospital. t .temw,; Wfnma l text, the book Wht the fourof dig
the Institute Morton. Box 14 Balboa. Canal kDARIO. Mr. and 'Mrs.tStan dhefud afamuing 2-2na. dt
.eld a dollar day. Zone. Telephone Balboa 3148. A. of Colon, a daughter. ch i at life at mea. r fo.e ri,
Bl was available for --- .--A------- 5 aMchmp oflife aCoton Haptal. h t he putid ad
oe dollar e cat the sa Raca the ideal plbac e r -MYatCol Mta Msta .Us- % eput
T i landscaped homes. Third down and o0 1Silver City, a ssMarhi.I at follo: Sa M flf s wuLrd t
of the agency ex- a ime .term. Contact A. M and lE. of psycho cl i Indum
th a t, he w a s m akf ng a -Jack.3Tel 3- .3794. A pt 2075. -FIE W M A II3Mr.Lan d 141111. a W ha'iee'aIllow1hInsd
lt try offer mr his Ancon. Afternoons tiliano of Panama. a dtanglte, ers; Subsidies fur uTRYiUgB LIDeAllow m
to offer r ht Ancon Aternoons March at Gorges Hopitta. Iversal conarlptioa to fll ltilume trum
phito phgraph- FOR SALE -Colonil chalet. Isth- WAL ACE. Mr. a id MM. i"- g"rL ,erveI Mar At L .I" o f "SerL do nL
7m Iltfrs. m"an Highway. near Colon City. Bs H. oat silver oftW, a' so Mar. e'tS-" M ,hw.Ato
ai-h. conveniencess, 3.000 meter land at Colon Hospital. SCIENCE The ra- ri gd
a i -hard for girls to tite, fenced, fruit trees. M/ake of- SADDLER. Mr. and Mra. Cf- d te handbook, Amneri- Th l-talboa Council l e. th a near e
I ts roi'Owded fild Var. 'Phone 1283-J. Cdton "brd J. of Colon, a son. Mard cNa Slay league; Public 131, Columbus, will 4 4u.st_ _t1&t
FOR SALE --All concrete house of it Colon Hospital. management. Brooks: bold iftl Saint Patrick'p c S
t." the bargain day was de- four apartments Rents at $30.00 --- ifimirspo Mi4dl tO iaitt the Union Club
toacquaRint photograph- each apartment Good renidemial X asal Tpel; on ._3st tt 21. at 8 p.m..
s ome of the new faces. District in Colon. No inermBedia- MARRIA G ALOflu '" .0 ni|strator. OG &r. Ch I aneneral Chair-: u
usual posinit rates vary ries Price $10.00000. D. J. Phil- JONES, Olendn @dwi OU- of011 ORATORY R- man at, UW e.ice Commi.ttee r X ir
'ten to 5 dollars an hour. lips. Box 1107. Cristabol. Mandu. to ESPINOSA,. O~ala .A- American speeches: annou .l tu1day. q
of Puerto RIC. Baird. T d hand.
ME 'ERS, Willtam Renran o Th ests will dance to the ha
h. obbe, to COH1RI. ta Im tVL AND BIOGRAPHY music ofrte "Martin Men Door n "w UlsrSttplay.I
_um Mal of Panama. SwXMW and I. Hesselberg; Time prime given away. Tick- fI1S4 b e o at R.I



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TODAY'S DOUBLEHEAIDER:
-t4 (At Balboa Stadium 1:06 p.m.)
afltna'Merehants (Hearn 2-6) vs. Glfraltar Life Insurance
t'.(1 6-3); Balboa Brewers (Gibson 6-1) vs. Balboa High
S .t School (Swalm 1-2)
ePacifie Twlight Loopp's last scheduled doubleheader
n eason will present the leading teams in a do or die deter
= 'aiatou today. The outeeme of the games will decide the 19B
""Mic Twilight Loop's rhamploes.
In the first rame of today's twinbm, the cellar dwelling Pa
;, -j Merchants will pit its team against the strong Gibralt
ifaInsuranee aggregation. A win for the latter and a loss fo
*, Th*rtewers in the second game will give the Balboa Hig
; sJoel an opportunity to tie with the Insurancemen if they wi
et postponed game against the Merchants.
a ring the past two weeks of play. everything under the su
.* -- happened and fans have seen the meKpected. The stead
=j-o ent and climb of the Balboa igh" School team in th
d half race have baffled the experts who predicted a tw
fight with the Brewers and Insurancemen battling it ou
rte Loop's supremacy.
"ow they have to cut the younx hard fighting High Schft
Into their plans as this squad has proved to be and are
great to the leading teams.
.- T.eoog the mound for the Gibraltar Life Insurance will b
t bander, Charlie Hins. who has seen action in ten games
Six and lost three. He will find competition in left hand
Earn who will do the burlinf bcores for the Mer
Depending on the outcome of their Interscholastic game, tht
Soblhool mav send Raul Swalm against bthe Brewers. Swain
t aM t appearance, bested Sack Loae in a pitchers duel ir
4 thrJler than was decided in the 'unt inning. Swalm ha
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YOK. Mrch 16 NA -Basketball i )n for mor
Aftut was the great Ty bounoe to the court load In 195
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yeeIfged 24 in three edpches adopt the new rubbe
.M. J.=8 and .231. ball at their aonuPl meeting i
V nhWe did Bbby ThOmson Seattle. March 21-23.
DWIe Joining the Giants
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SLeague? tp ball was triel out recentliv i
enteredd pro base- bhe Tale-Sprirlled e x p e r i
H M 'b IteNO t in 1942, nmetal rame. proved highly sa
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Who batted best last season won Meikev Mantle and Prank MeG-ire of St.. John's wll
ke. Jensen of the Yankees? "oerh the New Yorkers. Setor
5. M 9a games. Mantle bit 13 Well's Honey Russell the Nev
drove in 65 runs and av- jersey side
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1st Race "E" Natives FIs.
Purse: $025.W-.Pio gCtose 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1-Villarreal A. Mena 112
2--1 Mafho A. Paredes 117x
3-Winsaba B. Pulldo 114
4-White Fleet C. Ruiz 120
5--Luck Ahead L. Pefa lllx
6-Tin Tan C. Kam 106x
7-J. Hulncho G. 8inchez 117
8-El Mono J. Baema, Jr. 106


2nd Race "C" Natives 4% Fps.
Purse: $325.00 Pool Closes 1:15
Second Rice of the Doubles
1-Don Pitin J. Contreras 120
2-Mr. Espinosa B. PUlldo 120
3-Mandinga K. Flores 120
4-Flligrana A. Mena 112
5-Pregonero G. Graell 120


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3rd Race 1-1 Imnotd- .q Fgs. "I L 'Y"
Purse: $375.08 Fool ClOes 1:45 .. ..
One-Two
52 1-Cobrador T. Medrano 110
2-Navajo Trail C. ChAvez l06x T earnR c o:
' 3-LJepperin J. Baesa, Jr. 106 ,U fI
-r 4-Skyweigen B. Pulldo 115
or 5-La Chata E. Dario 109 Lou Glud's Bears bowl .the results of Friday nif 1NAN8-
h 6-Zevelania C. Chong 105x of. the Classica owlint "play in the leg.: L 171
n 7-Tupac O. Bravo 115 having securedthe cha m .A 181
of the 1952 season last-t4 ertnann. 220 I 20f- BH d). 150
n day night proceeded to Cooley .152 180 20- 194
y 4th Race 1-I Imported-4I Fgs. lily by smashing the AAll Wilber .175 163 135- I ne, 102
e Furse: $375.00 Pool Closes 2:20 for two garies, and In do Behnetder 147 189 170-- :t
o Quinlela managed to establish a new tfth hgelke. 227 211 220- i'obtals 888 1im *1.t
it 1-D.D.T. A. Merna 117 s ries record for the 1952 a"112al8 -2-. n
2-Black Bull F. Rose 113 as well. Totals .-921 83 9- T -vs.- r what
el 3-Sismo J. Contreras 120 -vs.- .
a 4-Vermont 0. Chanis 115 Led by Wilber Norris, pr2,i., SEARS JANT S dd
5-Betun 0. Prescott 120 the Association, Sears bet MlTanson. 170 226 16- 15
e 6-Danescourt B. Pulide 111 consecutive games of 100, Bates 174 192 170-- 208 1 8 p
s, 7-Bre'ze Bound B. Moreno 115 and 920 for a total of 3,02?. Sebrock 172 184 199- 06 173 5
. 8-Apretador K. FlOres 120 second game of 1104 was kleq Iorris .. .255 265 187- 707 1. .. 165 1t 1 .-
S---highest game bowled this M Baker 232 237 198-- 6~. s .. 194 3225 6.6 ankee Stadium,
in any league of the AssoOf t..
e th Race I-2 Imported--8 Fgs. Norris bowled a total at Totals .1008 1104 0 0 Tot" M. W B -I y 00
SPur. : 1875.00 Pool Closes 2:55 the season high individual. to. 1'"10 e. .
S1-Miss Matty B. Moreno 116 in the Classic League, but the -,
* 2-Ocyito C. Rutzll19 only seveapinsshort of B D a,.
3-The Chef J. Phillips 119 cer's 714 in the Major Leaos;M .W L ittle
4-lslero 0. 8&nchez 112 an Association record for the pt
5-Delhi C. Lino 116 season. Norris will also be re- "n *
membered for his Associatioh n ; t t l
record of 726. met during the City It 09t1 iet .. .. .. "
S6th Race "F1 7Imorted 7 Fgs. Championships of 1951. M M e. -, :
SPurse: $500.00 Pool ClOses 3:35 a
First Race of the Doubles Bud Balcer, captain of the 4b
1-Alabarda V. ]todriguez 109x Sears team, -fell only slihtly ... eft or t
2-Sans Bouci J. Contreras 110 short of Norris by bo*ltng grimes ,_ teaet;tH tto ifosl. w o
3-Vampiresa 0. Bravo 114 of 232, 237 and 198. for a total PACiOFI t" [I LR AGM ef eant,,oi i11 tv way for St, U stu wsm o esnl bs
4-Fair Chance B. Aguirre 120 series score of 667. FPST HRALF STADING : allowing six hits, strilt. out the BhbtNo with two out i t
5-Montielito 0. Chails 120 t. wbut givftigup eight batn ta .
6-Choice Brand K. Flores 112 In bw l ec e TA*- Won Lod balls.
7-Rocky C. Lino 113 26,dual game of the Assoclatie Pol ." .. Bobby rmaki was te *
in 1952, held jointly by Morton. Life .. ... .15 5 ft& hr t o-
7th Race "B" Imported 7 Fp. of the Classic League. Andrws .......5 5 I A 1 ot
A Purse: 750.00 Pool Closes 4:05 and Sehneider of the Major .. ........ 5 e tte ;.'
re Second Roce of the Doubles League. -.. ;8 -
3. "Gen. Wm. H. B. Morris, Yr. A INF O 'i -
1- Handicap" The PAA.team bowed repect-
n 1-Newminster C. IVegasu lo1 ably enough with vial .... .... 4 O' of
or 2-Rtadmater L. rave 115 games of 21, 893 and % for a t.. ...... 8 1,
In 3-Rathlin Light J. Avila 120 total of MI, with HOWard tE- 10 i. 3 th I
4-Welsh Ib b B. Pouldo 12 gelke lead g his associates h A t 14 w
5-P'lbllco 0. Bravo 17 a ti eke ea hof 658. compOsed of F#4tb. .. 4.: w th. t
games of 8l7;,211 anl'20, but his jte .. ....... MonA
n efforts Wete unrewarded as the For the iB&-A Wit"aMc l
Nth Race 1-2 Imported-"4% F Sears teaS Went hog-wild to set 9'4 B for three fUkne W mt ;es m
Peroe: $375.00- Pool Closes 4:4 new tbe with one I the
Q-inle "laJ Sears batt6 .. 0..l.
1-Novelera V. Rodriguez 12x The .Willys team, oppo- itolB off Wnlls. 6 ob.'
S2-Arlopuro F. Rose 115 lngUentzen keo..lera bfnot.a i,
Co nIne6%111 out 15
3-Armeno J. ConVreras 115 a. e r. second p sace with the The M Ol der s trom Od o4 f
4-Tarniufo A. Vsquez 112x PAA tedt by defeating the Jant- ifte e 1 4 tie fo MN P
--Lac6nico C. Ruiz 115 zen bys fdr three points. Made- second e it I Life by vI-. .So n m t ltOt
S6-Bartolo F. Rose 115 line 1f the Nash players with a defeating Boys -
n 7-Flamenco C. Iglesias 115 fine Cl2 with games of 192,.205 Friday aftt rton at Little r
S~-- and For Jantzen, Bill Mor- League PMk t to 4. luiFeller. 'Ot..ad
Ra e mtona t d his average with a Sears o 1 two ruas in the Ve r-ol I-il
If Race "G" Imported 1 Mile ftn om c posed of games of too ef without y mar-oly
Patre: $450.00 -Pool Closes 5:15 1 and 200. Nash lost t be ab A3OE t IH curly
One-Two fli sof the series, but won ,t p 1$ .hIning. ", *y $ ^ .10W.. "
1-Prestlgio, A. Coronado 117x thO nfal, two and pinfall. In se push- An g of a'- erlM. l 1
2-Porter's Star i H. Reyes 107x t -. edg asrgn rnm b.t AFGE took tries .a p am : I b *" n. k
3--Montmartrei T. Medno 104 With but two weeks of play re- the lead t Oa Th"un rally in at thee g haiMonsip t
4-Levadura O. Ramos 106x mainfn, the league standings the th a at thIe yic '
5-Miss Fairfax B. Aguirre 116 are p.eseently as follows: The a tied the aa t t m dty
6-Nehuinco G. Sanchez 120 ameee runs in the 1 g tteen s- he sil e i "'
7- (Piragua A. Mena 109 VT3- Won Lost PInfall. ilthVM A dbteqa roc- B o. w S
8-(Paris 0. Bravo 114 .. 66 38. .tM rues acar-
9-Mon Etolle V. Araus 1 ... 50 4 7035 t
S.. 50.. 054 7365.
10-Phblox C. Chong 104x ....... 50 7 his ffl g .
JlOheI. 43 A'* against IL -.
lm gate "A'' Natives-6',% VI.
1--Mrm Rot E. Silvers r1
2-.*uAlem B. B. Aguirre Is m a.
4-Ma|rellesa B. PuUdo 110 .i. .t m ..
5--Dallda P. A. Mena 180 6"L *M ''
lth Bse 'F-2' Natives- 7 VIts ..
Purse: SZ75.00
1- 9itato A. Visquez 1 tar.z
2-T.psv M. Guerrero 1t1 -n -
3--Thira B. Pulldo t -
4-Tap Girl A. Mena rm.
--olden Babe J. Phillips 1


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s lor five years.
cart carried a birthday
decorated wlht four can-
nid the faith and love of a
who still hopes tht his
r-old war veteran aon'

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if teen and be near W .. .
Swbo has not spoken or WASOWGtO,. March 1.i
snca maswle by hbi owt (UP) eetary of Treasura
siace Feb. 17, 1947 when loBn W. er announcer to
bwa Injured an auto-. dy that a refor
e accideatt. thde I Intura
iched and drawn, he drops R wnue BinU be l&UO-
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k ad insist that he be treat- M mOMth WMth civil M
like every other patient. employee taking over all tai
'hat's why the Red Cross, din Job.
I person of Mrs. Beatrice de Loss.Jh 14 hours after
I, delivered a birthday cake aonal o;
) present to Abbott hl hisw h o
Nome of the trimming was r L. -bes
hting though Abbott ean- **ne ae tax
it Se or hear and is obl/- eWIes 4 InOWiT's two biE'
WeO a all that goes on. i e replaced 1s
Rore was the maple layer o f, La a asthe-
S-topd by four candles e u oi tof
i fland, by two more. And W .
a besid the cake was a A. non
ot for ibbott, wrapped in district.
b Mrth papers charge of
Ileked alde the red bow atons t
r a card, ch said simply,. The
fihday greetings, Ralph Ab- will. h del tea and
%e present was a T-shirt, a She Alp
blean Abbott probably never pointed
wear again though he, may
to old age. Is
SeMeeAAbbtt siletly roe D.
a the Re O Croe s lft Ecolecto f
UM a P of eoak with Colel OSda
4 cam ad then sat ,1000 to -Vaw
r he es v ori Iby.t aikes the. .


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11110 foed Abbott through
06, give him coa t rub-
Sn4 move his ft body
=w bhoars to recent body
E,=; develdpfo.
W itwes tau an extra In-
O in Ralph because, before W
aeident. he worked at the
011R and was known and
everyone. W 1 w
suffered a brain inju- '
0l0n his automobile crashed st
Nt a tree in Weston and ,
a.png into a "living .. a.'
dtors said that only ai nr- dr t -~..a. John.
can bring him back and a, -kno r and
OtR% lather realizes that ra"f the
s his hopes and pravers for B up 'Iror. aaso
iMiracle he added today a tra.S fe
Sftr "hSafy birthdW." tra f 19ek


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Sa looking iA% hk Mtf
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1 off the cleu until ..
afth to make VMe tbherfe
ODaruption $i the big
electing 10 1 Inevo tase
mailing out rfU tds
Mt 30,000,000 tapers wh
yrsaid nom -f the II
.s will b fired or Rs
led from their obes Un
new district oibufisEw
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of the OatCl*f hurch o.I-o'ld" aftlwbe mtde
Shi charitsbA We ks. Mr. w* made.
I has, for a o yera ,
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ten young men j rl e
hood. 'I apprte* 1
outstanding work
the example of his a P T
holness and courage. Mr. Stahl
will receive the stalear bnsor of,
Christian KniupffhBd ft ISW Ae second time in Pa&
The Order of 0" egoy the itM 'U having made b
Great was eta as bope ith great' success e
Oregory VI. Spte 1. 9it1, to Brailian piani
reward the civil iMUitar lach, will be presenBk
virtues of the subee ,Wf the ft-. ITesday at the Natiop
pal States. The OCue" hasu nwo The~ate
main divisions: alvi and mitl- f
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After the cezenM, p V was later A student
fashioned Irish 1it0 W11 it nationall Conservat
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victory:
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there was room for a little ore
brutal calculation, in the matter of whf
president. -
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of the Democrat P ", _a M
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they were Iwang, t the tax
bureau sescaadait ifhavenc erqpterom 0 A
side of the US to the other. 3fry
In abofatu AiM N ;= em 01 ,*r eMa
SCommunist POWs rked, and T i
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CommuniMta, else'pWPer their d1 rehiapd by a e
previous Incident amb a ptomer Jamrya In
p ntpropMt a temclaun l at e 'j- A blook of 1
= tmngs tded jst how touch the UWtd tt"s r 9 m
cared for the t r th wewre beltg o emAto w
over In the truce tl. ;Mlatit
'-ie United Nations Coammand 00eI fatherr tians Miget '.W
indltary oUtfltits omettim don sOB mo phh1i
loaded oceaaons, and lmuedlat1ig laM a. aep, "-
ror correspondents to ly to the eee oa thsge hotg Mrs.
So see for themselves. t.ar. J o i" M
.aternawtioal Rea Cross tnvestimton were naio to- the protests agal n
vied too right lto e to Me that the
UN gards had not tOed p th ?eedsul. I
Bt the fatiStletmi for their mes, wOMih l.e1s ao h m e
these Reds to throw Memselves psctie y- ,al. arty eeCOuM M to.
*chestd a t bulet, afteb r maeas of ep' o"AD M the PWtsM
Western ght ana earI, a s m0w6NO ti1, ea te ofe Or
60depth to which omtltis iMlltl B k e lai = ,t
of its fer agt aihrtv l Thu *k0 (
Such teeaft-y Ot f Ish eannnot %a IeMa-e-ete
a IEw orientation ledtes en the Vuotinaso agm i r -u.. e
ronx, or anuar e dea ..OMW Mxeies
.ot it "Uems, can it-Berer a W
8 maybe it can bew 'M=1 t
in cheek. by compeliaian fro
and sdevotedly, if Iot so a0ialgl, WONp AN
-W'ere to ns o recent word from US viI Mts
-Ber Cabrles Wislon as to how the pdetM hM e IW
jilML to rolng. ro9 ng
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he Idea of unified 3uropean defeasme 1 elllM +.,
fct wrd, many a day's march beb l..
S-meatiasnia, but -wertbelem ss 1 !hm M
-,Me et- -atst waft %nrupt na
Sgrza by comparploo with the rate l ti
tbat, way a week ago. ,**l lM
.. -i'a Chancellor of the Bxcheqet, .L 1. ms wk.
lcr even before be had the .-a aM., ,,
(Connally's Texan advice that M-lma e-
Stig for erelf, before A@Ion lot aMl t
a& own Tuesday lBtat'a budget _M..0e7 I
Food subsidies were at am te 'vsug*
people will have now to add mh sA
S or bread, butter, mat. t&K, des, l
V beon the alpei atW mB
zsootne went up to sooUhing Wat s sWets a gal- eim es v.
Ic- most of it tax. Dr. Pfak .L
. ...ready auto produetto Is eban selled a mlel i cln aid uM.
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Giants Take Pressure Off Williams By Batting Him Eighth
Big Things Expected Of Bob Richards
In Helsinki Summer Olympic Games
The Reverend Robert E. Rtch-
ards, a 28-year-old clergyman,
U expected to be one of Amer-
ica's outstanding athlete at the
iWI^Qlyinplc Games at Helsin-
ki, Flnftnd.
I'm training with all my heart
and soul for that Olympic team,'
he lay. "I've apt my heart set
on breaking the w ol* vaulting and decathlon records."
American sports observers
think he has a good chance to
do It. he has already vaulted
higher than the Olympic record.
And In 1951 he became the sec-
ond man In the history of recor-
ded sports to top IB feet (4.5
meters). U.8. Athlete Cornelius,
Warmerdam set the world's*
cord which still stands at-15.feet
8-and a half inches In 1941
The same year Richards won
the U. 8. decathlon chatn-
shlp a grueling 10-event contest
by earning 7,834 points.
The Reverend Mr. Richards
U a minister of the Church of
the Brethren, a Protestant de-
nomination, and also teaches re-
ligious philosophy at La Verne
College in California. How can
he keep up his religious duties
and maintain his status as one
of the Nation's leading amateur
athletes? He explains ft this way
"I usually teach in the morning,
attend to business affairs in the
afternoon, preach at night, and
then take my training.
A newspaperman met the Rev-
erend vfr. Richards one night
logging along tfce
town where
that day. The minister claim-
ed, ''I've worked out in this lit-
tle park for almosttwo hours..
After a shower, I'll go to bed.
I* was then 1 a.m.
One of the greatest athletic
achievements of this minister
was to win the 1981 James E.
Sullivan Trophy, awarded by the
U.S. Amateur Athletic Union to
the amateur athlete, who "by
performance, example, and good
Influence," does most "to ad-
vance the cause of good sports-
manship during the year.
The Reverend Mr. Richards,
and other athletes of the Free
World, reala that no one na-
tion wins the Olympics, But
theyknow that each victory,
attained by an athlete free from
political strings, demonstrates
the power of friendly competi-
tion.
It is a power that works for
peace. Avery Brundage, presi-
dent of the United States Olym-
pic Committee, expressed It
when he described the Olympic's
part in an ailing world:
"Most of the trouble comes
from lack of good sportmanshlp
in human relationships. Perhaps
the cure can be found on Olym-
pic fields where results depend
on hard work, where the reward
is based on merit, where the
best man wins, and where not
only participants, but also spec-
tators, learn the necessity of
fair play."
This Is now new policy. It has
been the lifetime practice of the
Reverend Robert Richards, mln-
ng along We street .
Where he had competed' lster, teacher, and athlete.
On The Alleys

CURINDU MEN'S OPEN | CANADA DRY
BOWLING LEAGUE
Wednesday night at the Bal- Murdock
boa alleys the American Club; (Blind)
whitewashed the league leading Hicks.
Budweiser team to gain posses*
sion of fourth place In the
standings. Billy Coffey with an
ecellent series of 544 continued
improve his average ftt Balboa
and sparked the Clubmen to
their four-point win.
Lavallee and Casten with twin
series of 479 led the Acme Paint
team In a .three-point aheltack-
tag of AngellnL Dick "A."
ton of Angellnl was high man
for this encounter with a nice
aeries of 493.
Post Commander Hannberg
with the assistance of the other
members of the VFW Post 3822
team managed.(o pour Balboa
Beer down tkiraln for a three-
point victory. Hannberg with a
erles of 482 bowled 33 pins a
?ame over his average to enable
he Vets to extend their winning
streak Into the third week. With
Hannbers's 1*1, the Vetj' first
game of 900 was high for the
Hciiry of Canada Drv pulled a
"Hannberg" with 172,174 and 177
for an exceptionally consistent
night of bowling. Henry's 2
Henry
Allen.
Lani
Handicap.
ndlc
129
167
172
151
101
120
129
143
174
149
175
120
129 387
128 435
177- 523
148 448
Lockman Gets
Lead-Of f Role;
ThomsoiiThird
By HARRY ORATSON
NBA Sports Editor
PHOENIX, Arts. Match 18
(NEA) It is imperative that
Davey Williams make good at
second base for the Oiants this
Spring.
And Leo Durocher Isn't going
to saddle the 23-year-old Dallas
nifty with anything more than
the job at hand.
Roller Derby With Its Speed And Spills,
Still Greatest Road Show Since Oklahoma
By JOHN McCALLUM
NEA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK, March 16 (NBA)
The Roller Derby, composed of
young men and woman who
to put herself
Unlvt
through
iverslty.
The pretty blond receives lots
of fan mail. She has "fan clubs"
In New York. Boston, New Jersey
and three in hometown Chicago.
make anywhere from $75 to $850 The yonns: lady eets around.
Dive William whiter Lockman
There will, for example, be no
comparing of Williams with Ed-
die Stanky as a lead-off man.
That Is one reason why the
new hand will be eighth, with
Whltey Lockman topping the or-
der.
Another is that young Will-
lams doesn't walk enough.
First Baseman Lockman should
come closer to matching Mugg-
sy Stanky at getting on base
than any other Polo Grounder,
although the new manager of the base The $85,000 Beauty has
Cardinals was there practically had four years In the chain, the
every time you looked up. He last two with Minneapolis,
was a tremendous run producer I While at five feet 10 and H
THIS PRETTY dark-eyed Gypsy wUl be staring into the flre-
ied eyes of two bull stoday as she displays her talent with
the cape and sword at La Macarena" bullring this afternoon.
Htr name is Amina Assis. She will take part in the "corrida"
which also features Mexican bullfighter Gregorio Puebla.
with his bases on balls equalling 1 pounds, he is not as big as Char-
hia 127 hits.
THOMSON BATTED .378
and he's
Totals
840 891 840-2571
vs.
T. Norrls.
Zornes .
Torlan
(Blind) .
Kelsey .
Olelchmtn
Handicap.
Totals .
CARTA VIEJA
Because Manager Durocher ex-
pects Bojlby Thomson to pick up
lZ 4ia where fie left off last Fall-the
120_ 380 Scot batted .378 throughout the
last half of the seasonhe has
hoisted him from sixth to third,
where he can do the most dam-
age.
Durocher and his staff natur-
ally hope that the tall-end of
118
123
189
179
156
102
817
180
88
IS*
145
187
102
821
153 364
139 417
154 478
166 489
102 306
8682506
154__452 the order will not be hurt b
Williams, who pokes a long bal
now and then.
The formula now Is for Henry
Thompson to step in at
Little League
ARMED FORCES LITTLE
LEAGUE.
(First Halt Batting Averages)
NAME AB H Ave.
Fortune, J. (Cur.) .. S
31 points per game over his av- ^^j (Alb.) .. 24
more than enough Curtu j (Cur i7
erage and was------
to garner three points from tne
Cart* Vie] a Rum-men.
Bowlers in this league are
pleased With thestatistlcs on the
first five weeks of bowling at
Balboa for the reason that 65 per
cent have managed to bowl
much better on those alleys.
TEAM W. L. Pt"
BudweUer .. 48 30 63
Carta Vieja. 46 32 60
Acme Paints 39 39 54
American Club 39 39 53
Angellril.-s 98 40 62
Canada Dry. 88 40 4B
VFW Post 3822 33 45 44
Balboa Beer. 81 47 41
Pins
65993
65974
65797
65707
65260
65864
64652
64719
AMERICAN CLUB
Val.
Heliwig. .
Freund. .
Reich art .
Coffey .
Handicap.
180
136
136
150
169
116
117
171
131
130
194
116
151- 448
133 440
113 380
143 423
181- 644
116- 348
Totals
Stahl .
Stuewe ,
Bryan. .
Hovan. .
Walker .
Handicap.
Totals .
, 887 859
vs.
BUDWEI8ER
. 109 138
. 12
. 189
. 174
. 148
112
151
129
114
168
827-2583
126- 173
173- 486
136- 424
134 422
184- 455
112 336
859 802 835-2496
McConnell
Bembenek
Woner .
Balutls .
Colston. .
Handicap.
ANGRLINI
157
129
118
102
146
113
125
124
155
118
170
118
173 455
160- 413
139 410
131- 351
168- 493
113- 339
Totals
. 763 814
vs.
ACME PAINTS
884-2461
Lavallee .
Casten .
Corn .
Yarbro ,
Borgls .
Handicap.
Totals .
154
131
137
112
160
135
135
168
US
190
111
135
190- 479
180 479
95 345
135 437
118- 389
135 405
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Thrush, R. (Alb.) .. 21
Snider, J. (CO .. .. IB
R'b'son, F. (Cly-Czl) 28
Bchlosser.D. (Alb.). 16
Martines (Kobbe).. 22
Kramer, R, (CO .. 27
Dlnoto, F. (WB) .. 32
Pitman, T. (CO. .. 85
Pitman,O. (CO. .. 25
Barbler, O. (WB).. 26
Longeway, K. (WB). 18
Lavender, H. (Cur.) 29
Chasstn, S. (Cur.).. S3
Vasil, V. (Kobbe).. 86
Wilson, E. (WB). .. 18
New, H. (Kobbe). .. IB
Th'rpe, W. (Cly-Czl) 34
Valentin, E. (Cur.). 28
Frangloni, A. (Cur.) 38
Wilkinson, W.
(Cly-Czl)......29
Wilkinson, H.
(Cly-Czl)......
Oeffert, C. (Alb.)..
Salva, R. (WB) ....
Jerrell, J. (CO ....
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third base Ifand whenthe
Ehenomenal Willie Mays Is called
y the Army. Thomson would re-
turn to center field, where more
than one schooled observer be-
lieve he belongs anyway. All
Thompson would have to do is
return to his 1950 form, which, it
Is whispered, he lost m Harlem
hot spots.
SUPERIOR IN FIELD
All agree that Williams will Im-
prove the National League
champions in the field at second
farther than Stanky's,
a fine competitor.
Davey Williams is the key man
In the Giants' camp.
It Is he to whom the corking
Ja Gehringer, Williams is the pitching staff is looking for the
same type. Never two words out double play with Alvin Dark,
of him, although highly com-| He must fill the sandals of Ed-
panionable with the younger fry. | die Stanky. the man who best
Williams' range runs five feet' exemplified the Giants' spirit.
SHIP-SHORE
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a week by chasing each other a-
round a portable masonlte track
In tights and football helmets for
SO miles nightly, continues to
roll on as the biggest road show
show since Oklahoma.
Thirty million Americans can't
be wrong.
Conceived 16 years ago and
first popularized bv television m
1948, the Roller Derby attracted
more than 10.000.000 last season.
Twice that number watched it
*"
Jarring
"I find competitive skating ex-
cellent for the figure," relates
the shapely Chicago lass. "Most
other girls say the same thing.
The average girl In Roller Derby
weighs 125. Is five-foot-three."
And, she might have added, all
the curves are In the right plac-
es.
The women are the thing in
regularly on TV.
he Roller Derby is a teeth-
contest, with enough
spills and body contact to grati-
fy even an ice hockey addict.
The rules appear to have been
cribbed from slx-dav bike racing
and professional wrestling.
Audiences have learned to hiss
the sport's more clumsy villains,
but nothing is said when lady
skaters kick one another in the
face. The fans eat it up.
i There are five teams in the
Roller Derbythe New Jersey
Jolters, New York Chiefs, East-
ern Panjets, Chicago Westerners
and the Red Devils, who alter-
nately represent Brooklyn, Bos-
ton and Cleveland, depending on
where the bucks are.
Each team consists of 16 play-
ers, eight men and eight women.
They split the eight 12-mlnute
periods that make up the game.
Only five players of the same
sex are In action at any time.
"The rest of us sit sround
waiting for the breaksif you
know what I mean," says a vet-
eran.
Eastern sports fans are as de-
lighted as ever with Roller Der-
by: during the first week of rac-
ing in Manhattan this year three
of the skaters wound up In the
hospital.
Derby contestants are an espe-
cially superstitious breed. The
New York Chiefs' pretty Ann
Calvello wears gloves when on
wheels. One evening she picked
up the wrong glove and wore a
red and blue one. She had the
best 'night of her career, has
wom clashing colored gloves
since.
How tough is it to break into
the Roller Derby?
"When I was a school girl In
Chicago." relates the Red Devils'
rookie Charleen Purcell. "roller
skating meant nothing more
than casual evening at the local
rink, gliding easily along to or-
gan rhythms and perhaps a
harmless fall when jounced by
an exhibitionist. However, I
learned soon enough that It Is a
highly professional business,"
Miss Purcell. a seml-classleal
vocalist of four years profession-
al training, hopes to make
enough money from Roller Derby
DePsuli Roller Derby. While the men an-
erate more skillfully, the girls
generate most of the crowd ex-
citement. Just what influence
this will have on future genera-
tions is reflected in e story Mfegt
CToughle) Brasuhn tells.
"My y(
nntng
young son, Billy, came
running Into the house after a
fight with the boy next door,*
says the Jersey Jolters' star. "He
was crying and asked me to corns)
outside. I asked him What on
earth for.
" 'Come on out and bWt:'"'up
Mike's mother.'he said."
Pitching, H itting Have Declined,
Which Is About All There's To It
By HARRY GRATSOR
NEA Sports Editor
PHOENIX. Ariz., March 16 Joe Moore in left. George Davis
(NEA) This is Ken Smith's I and Hank Lelber In center and
26th consecutive 8prlng with the Ott In right
proba
* wi
ibly
Is a
Oiants, which
course record.
Other baseball writers have
been around longer, but haven't
remained with the one club.
Smith, while not yet 50 has
been closely Identified with base-
ball since he was a bat boy In
the old Atlantic League when
the celebrated Cuban battery of
Adolfo Luque and Miguel Gonza-
lez were recruits. He was writing
of Eastern League baseball in
Hartford when Lou Oehrlg and
Leo Durocher broke In, picked up
the majors late In 1925.
Asked for a euick comparison | CHAMPIONS
between then and now. he says:
"There were more great hit-
ters in the old days. There was
only one .360 hitter in the ma-
jors last seasonStanley Muslal.
"Also, everywhere the Oiants
went 25 years ago they encount-
ered a strong four-man pitching
staff. Now club usually runs
Into no more than two top
pitchers."
There Is no cuestin about the
decline of pitching and hitting.
and that's bout all there Is to
b*f*b,J1 t .. K
No one can tell you why. be-
cause more youngsters partici-
pate than ever* before, but all
hands agree that the dearth of
good young players continues.
He rates Gus Mancuso of the
1930a as the most accomplished
catcher.
Hubbell. Schumacher, Pits-
slmmons and Roy Pannelee,
with Luque and Herman BeU in
relief in 1933. formed the- most
efficient pitching staff, kn Ben-
ny Smith's book. He vats the
present crew of Mage. Janeen.
Hearn. Koslo, Jones. Lanler, Al
Corwin and Fireman George
Spencer next to the Old Meal
Ticket and his associates.
GIANTS ARE COVERED LOB
TERRY, HORNRBY. JACKSON
AND I.INDSTROM
When Smith made his first,
trip with John McGraw's New*
York Nationalsto Sarasota, Fla.
in 1927. the Infield was compos-
ed of Terry. Hornsby, Jackson
and Llndstrom. and most every-
body will agree with him that It
has never been topped at the
Polo Grounds. I
Smith considers the 1936 out-
field the best of the era. It had
There are 36 newspaper and
radio men. photographers and
cartoonists with the National
League champions in Phoenix, bjr
far more than the numtoar at-
tached to any other outfit. Them
are 118 in the Adams Hotel par-
ty, which has to do with only Ah*
parent club. Thirteen farm ebbs
are conditioning at Melt
Fla.
The Giants often h*i
surpassed by rivals In c
tfency''They we*f*H|e in^lgan-
lzing a farm syste$R*Ibr instance.
But the club #'*eped in thn
traditlon of McOraw. Terry and
now the cyclonic Durocher finish
of last season. It has been own-
ed by the Stonehams for mora
than a quarter of a century.
Horace Btoneham runs the workn
with a lavish hand, acts like a
fellow In baseball for the gam*
as much as for goht.
CLUB EXUDES AN UNEX-
PLAINABLE CHARM
Writers frequently hare knock-
ed the club's brains oott eriHcta-
ine policies and judgment, bu
never a peep from the front Of-
fice.
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Handicap.
VFW POST Sttt
. 142160 188- 488
lil 162 IS 482
143 185 1B6- 454
162 91 ISO- 383
112 183 IS*- 874
186 IBS 156 468
Totals
Schoch .
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carpen t*r.
Stanley.
Handicap.
Totals .
.. 908 847 B4S-25W
BALBOA BEER _
157 108 128- SM
148 134- 434
144
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Collins, J. (WB). ..
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Shore, M. (DC).. .. 29
Summers, D. (Kob.) 28
Crowder, R. (Kob.) 16
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SUNDAY, MARCH 16. It
jpacif ic Twi-Loop's 2nd Half To Be Decided Today
Half Game Separates Top
3 Teams; Twinbill Slated
FACIFIC TWILIGHT BASEBALL LEAGUE
(Straight Season Standings)
learn GLI BB BHS PM
Cih'altar Life Ins......X > 4 5
Balboa Brewers.......S x 4 4
Balboa High School.....t t x I
Panama Merchants.....# t I x
ft It U
(Second Half Standings)
Teams GLI BB BHS PM
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. : x I I
Balboa Brewers.......1 1 *
Balboa High School. .... 2 x 1
Panama Merchants.....6 1 *
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11 C .647
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4 12 .254
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4 s .571
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Sunday's
Program
1st Race "E" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $275.04Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Double;
1Villarreal A. Mena 112
2El Mao A. Paredes 117x
3Wlnsaba B. Pulido 114
4White Fleet C. Ruiz 120
5Luck Ahead L. Pea lllx
8Tin Tan C. Kam 106x
7J. Huincho O. Snchez 117
8 El Mono J. Baeza, Jr. 106
Feller's Big Thrill Came When
He Knew He Could Pitch Again
15 15
TODAY'S DOL'BI.EHEADER:
(At Balboa Stadium 1:44) p.m.
Panama Merchants (Hearn 2-4) va. Gibraltar Life Insurance
(Him 8-3); Balboa Brewers (Gibson 4-1) vs. Balboa High
School (Swalm 1-2)
The Pacific Twilight Loop's last scheduled douhleheader of
the eason will present the lead in* teams h a do or _die. aeter-
miratinn today. The outcome of the games will decide the 1952
Pacllie Twilight Loop's champions.
In the first ame of today's twinbill, the cellar dwelling Pa-
iama Merchants will pit Its team against the strong Gibraltar
If* insurance aggregation. A win for the latter and a loss for
the Brewers in the second game will give the Balboa High
S-hool an opportunity to tie with the Insurancemen if they win
their postponed game against the Merchants.
During the paat two weeks of play, everything under the sun
has happened and fans have seen the unexpected. The steady
2nd Race "C" Native* 4>/4 Fgs.
Purse: $325.00 Pool Closes 1:15
Second Rice of the Doubles
1Don Pitin J. Contreras 120
2Mr. Espinosa B. Pulido 120
3Mandinga K. Flores 120
4Filigrana A. Mena 112
6Pregonero Q. Graell 120
' 3rd Race 1-1 Imported4' i Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 1:45
One-Two
1Cobrador T. Medrano 110
! 2r-Navajo Trail C. Chvez 108x
3-^-Jepperln J. Baeza, Jr. 108
48kyweigen B. Pulido 115
5La Chata E. Daro 109
flZevelania
7Tupac
PAA TOURNAMENT PRIZES ON DISPLAY The prize for the Pan American World Air-
ways Tournament to be played at Gamboa, starting March 22-23, are displayed at Shaw's
on Tivoll Avenue. They ar silver and crystal and many believe them to be the moat
beautiful prizes vet offered for tournament play. The prizes are: WINNER CHAMPIONSHIP
FLIGHT, Coffee Set with tray silver; MED ALI8T PRIZE, Crystal Decanter 12 lasses
on mirror; RUNNER UP CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT, Silver tray with 3 Brandy Sniffers;
WINNER 1ST. FLIGHT, Silver Pitcher; RUNNER UP 1ST. FLIGHT, Silver at Crystal Hors
D'Oevre Dish; WINNER 2ND. FLIGHT, Silver & Crystal Pitcher w/wooden handle; RUNNER
UP 2ND. FLIGHT, Pr..8terling Sliver Hurricane Lamps; WINNER 3RD. FLIGHT, 811ver Cen-
ter Piece; RUNNFR UP 3RD. FLIGHT, Crystal Decanter St 6 Highball Glasses; WINNER
4TH. FLIGHT. Crystal and Silver Salad Bowl w/semrs; RUNNER UP 4TH. FLIGHT, Crya-
tal Cocktail shaker w/sllver plate. _________ _______________j__________
Sears Keglers Establish New
Team Series Record For '52
Lou Glud's Sears bowling team! The results of Friday night's
c"chon 05x'0- tne Classic Bowling League, play In the league:
Bravo 115 having secured the championship PAA
of the 1952 season last week, Frl- Hermann.
impiovement and
day ntght proceeded to gild the'Cooley
,4th Race 1-1 Imported-4>4 Fgs.'*& by smashing the PAA keglers: Wilber
limb of the Balboa High School team in the Furse: $375.00 Pool Closes 2:20 for two games andln eetnd half race have baffled the experts who predicted a two
'team fight with the Brewers and Insurancemen battling It out
fot Now they have to cut the young hard fighting High Schotol
Team into their plans as this aunad has proved to be and are a
bir threat to the leading teams.
Toeing the mound for the Gibraltar Life Insurance will he
Ught hander, Charlie Hins. who has seen action in ten games,
won six and lost three. He will find competition in left hand-
ier Webb Hearn who will do the hurling chores for the Mer-
chantmen. ... ,_ ., ..m.
Depending on the outcome of their interscholastic game, the
High School mav send Raul Swam against the Brewers. Swalm
m his last appearance, bested Jack Love in a pitchers duel in
"fc 1-0 thriller than was decided in the last inning. Swalm has
tot been called for mound duty since.
The Brewers will send ace hurler Noel Gibon to the hill.
The Hl-h School pitcher, Swalm, has a 1- record whHe Gibson
boa t a 0-1 mark.
Ro'h games todav promise to he humdinrers as all the
"rrams.sre-ont to finish the season In a blase of glory.
Quiniela
1D.D.T. A. Mena 117
2Black Bull F. Rose 113
3Sismo J. Contreras 120
4Vermont O. Chants 115
5Betn G. Prescott 120
6Danescourt B. Pulido ill
7Bre'ze Bound B. Moreno 115
8Apretador
managed to establish a new team! Ehgelke.
series record for the 1952 season
. 220
,152
. 175
, 147
. 227
150
180
163
189
211
209- 579
202 534
138 474
170 508
220 658
as well.
Totals
Led by Wilber Norrls, prexy of
the Association, Sears bowled Melanson.
consecutive games of 1003, 1104 Bates. .
, and 920 for a total of 3,027. The Zebrock .
K. Flores 120 second game of 1104 was also the i Norris
_ I highest game bowled this season Balcer
| in any league of the Association.
5th Race 1-2 Imported'A Fgs. Norrls bowled a total of 707,
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 2:55 the season high individual series
921 893
vs.
SEARS
170 226
937-2751
Malee
Thomas.
(Blind).
Best .
Madeline
Totals .
NASH WILLYS
171
181
150
194
192
191
207
201
203
205
149 511
185 573
182 533
182 579
FELLER MEETS A FRIENDCleveland Pitching Star Be* FeUer
discoaaes lib marvelous baseball career with NBA Sports Editor
Barry Grayson at the Indians' Tucson, Aria., training camp. (NBA) I
By HARRY GRAYBON
NEA Sports Editor
TUCSON, Ariz. (NEA) Rob-
can't do that to," he gays, "so In
1941 I started experimenting
with the slider. This gives the
pitcher a change of speed. You
ert William Andrew Feller has hold It Off center and the ball
struck out 2338 American League
batters.
Bob Feller has farmed 18. 17
and 18 at a rattle, that Is in nine
innings, 348 in a season. Cleve-
zis oi2.ltma.. Rreat right-hander has
174
172
255
232
192
184
265
237
166 562 Presho .
170 536,Eady .
199 555 Jamison.
187 707 (Blind).
198 6671 Morton .
. 888 1007 9132806
vs.
JANTZEN
. 159 151 165 474
. 208 152 179 539
. 173 213 149 535
. 165 187 160 492
. 194 225 200 619
. 899 908 8532660
1 Miss Matty
2Goyito
3The Chef
4Islero
5Delhi
B. Moreno 116
C. Ruiz 119
J. Phillips 119
G. Snchez 112
C. Lino 116
By BEANS REARDON
NEW YORK. March 16 (NEA)
More Bounce To
The Court Load
For '53 Cagers
NEW YORK, March 16
Basketball Is in for more
~~ Cobb's batting average in World t^ lg j, tne National Col-
8erles play? legiate Athletic Associ a t i o n
A. Cobb averaged 262 in three ronr]irs adopt the new rubber
Series .200. ..368 and 231. jban at their annual meeting W
Q, Where did Bobby Thomson !SeaUie March 21-23.
plav before Joining the Giants
and when did he break into the! n^ seamless Rubber Compa-
-N?*ional League? ,ny ball was tried out recent!- In
A. Thompson entered pro base- tne Yale-Sprlngfielr! expert-
ball with Rockv Monnt in 1942, mental trame, proved highly sa-
npent the next three years in hejtisfactory.
service resumed plav with Jer-:
aer Cltv in 1946 and was called] It will be further tested. A-
nn to New York at the tag end.mil 5. when t*e New York pnd
, of that searon. New Jersey collejre BWlo- All-
O Who batted best last season tars meet, in their annuol J Frank McGnire of St.. John's will
"ooeri the New Yorkers. Seton
Hall's Honey Russell the New
Jersey side
. between Mlckev Mantle and
: Jackie Jensen of the Yankees?
A. In 96 games. Mantle hit 13
t homers, drove in 65 runs and av-
; eraged .267. In 56 ames. Jen-en
hit elht home rans. knocked in
I 25 run* and batted .298.
Juan Franco
Muluel Dividends
FIRST RACE
. 1Riomar $6.20. $2.20, $3.60.
tMona Lisa $220. $3.
Campesino $3.20.
SECOND RACE
; 1Risita $4.20, $3.20.
1Raymond $4.20.
Flrat Doubles: (Riomar-Risita)
mM TMD RACE
1Eclipse $K20. $2.20.
1Cosa Linda $240.
One-Two: (Eclipse-Cosa Lln-
4a) $6.80.
FOURTH RACE
. 3Sin Fin $5 80 $4. $2.20.
1-Pesadllla $9.66, $2.20.
9Domino $2.20.
Quiniela: (Sin Fin-Pesadilla)
$36.46.
FIFTH RACE
1Pavero $4.60 $2.20.
4Cyclone Malonc $2.36.
SIXTH RACE
: 1Ventre a Terre $6.60
2Trafalgar $3.20, $2.20.
8Taques $2.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1Pincel $4220, $20, $11.60.
2Gaywood $4.80, $3.60.
.Mlngp $4.
EIGHTH RACE
IMiss Cristina $5.60, $4, $2 40.
tPia $11.SO. $?.
Mr. Foot $2.20.
Quiniela: (Miss Cristina-Pia)
.|66 60.
NINTH RACK
fAstoria $7. $3.60. $2.80.
.2Gav Ariel $7 40. $4.
%Blitz Boy $14.
S One-Two: (Astoria-Gay Ariel)
$30 46
TENTH RACE
1Honey Moon $8.40. $2.60.
2SI Mago $3.20, $2.20. '$2.20.
8Hit $2.60
ELEVENTH RACE
1Portal $2.40, $2.60.
*Don Jaime $5.30
fith Race "F" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $500.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
in the Classic League, but falls
only seven pins short of Bud Bal-
cer's 714 in the Major League for
an Association record for the
season. Norrls will also be re-
membered for his Association
record of 726, set during the City
Championships of 1951.
Bud Balcer, captain
1Alabarda V. Rodriguez 109x Sears team, fell only
2Sans Souci J. Contreras U0
3Vampiresa O. Bravo 114
4Fair Chance B. Agulrre 120
5Montlelito O. Chaals 120
6Choice Brand K. Flores 112
7Rocky C. Lino 113
7th Race "B" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $750.00 Pool Closes 4:65
Second Race of the Doubles
"Gen. Wm. H. H. Morris. Jr.
Handicap"
1Newminster C. Iglesias 109
2Roadmaster L. Bravo 115
3Rathlin Light J. Avila 120
4Welsh Loch
5Pblico
of the
slightly
short of Norris by bowling games
of 232, 237 and 198 for a total
series score of 667.
In bowling his second game of
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
FIRST HALF STANDINGS
TEAM
. his second game oi team
265, Norris tied the highest in- Police............ '
dividual game of the Association j Sears............ 6
in 1952, held jointly by Morton! Lincoln Life........ $
Won Lost
3
4
of the Classic League, Andrews
and Schneider of the Major
League.
The PAA team bowled respect-
ably enough with individual
games of 921, 893 and 937 for a
total of 2761, with Howard En-
AFGE 14.......... 5 5
Elks 1414.......... 5 5
Firemen...... 2 8
SECOND HALF STANDING*
TEAM Won Lost
Elks 1414.......... 4
Lincoln Life........ 3
Sears............ I
B. Pulido 122 gelke leading his associates with AFGE 14.......... 2
O. Bravo 117 a fine score of 658, composed of Firemen.........>
IT'S NEW!

a PLASTIC ENAMEL
for every use
1th Race "G" Imported 1 Mile
Purse: $450.00 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
1Prestigio) A. Coronado 117x
2Porter's Stan H. Reyes 107x
3Montmartrei T. Med'no 104
$4.80.
$2.20.
8th Race 1-2 Imported614 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 4:46
Quiniela
1Novelera V. Rodriguez 112x
2Arlopuro F. Rose 115
3Armeno J. Contreras 115
4Tartufo A. Vsquez 112x
5Lacnico C. Ruiz 115
6Bartolo F. Rose 115
7Flamenco C. Iglesias 115
games of 227, 211 and 220, but his Police
efforts were unrewarded as the
Sears team went hog-wild to set
new records.
The Nash-Willys team, oppos-
ing the Jantzen keglers, slid into
a tie tpr second place with the
PAA team by defeating the Jant-
zen boys for three points. Made-
FRIDAY'S RESULTS
8ears 7. AFGE 4.
MONDAY'S GAME
Firemen vs. Sears.
The Mail Order Boys from
Sears climbed back into a tie for
second place with Lincoln Life by
feat going all the way for Sears
allowing six hits, striking out
two but giving up eight bases on
balls.
pitched three no-hit. no-runners,
10 one-Hitters, In six campaigns,
he won from 20 to 27.
So you ask Feller what was
his biggest thrill and disappoint-
ment.
Regarding the pulse-qulcken-
er. Feller, now 33. says:
"Well, it could have been the
no-hitter at Yankee Stadium,
Apr. 30. 1946. but it wasn't.
"My biggest thrill came when
I came out of the Navy in late
August, 1945. after 44'/2 months,
and beat Hal Newhouser and the
Tigers. 4-2. striking out 12.
"That proved I could pitch
again.
"The biggest disappointment?
That's easy, too. It came when
Johnny Sain beat me. 1-0. in the
World Series name at Braves']
Field In 1948. The Indians had
men on second or third five
times, yet failed to score.
' "Phil" Masl was on second base
for the Bostons with two out In
the eighth.
"Lou Boudreau and I had
worked on the pick-off play
since 1939. when he Joined the
breaks 30 per cent downward."
Bob Feller won 22 games while
losing- 8 last season.
"Maybe I'm beginning to see
my way around," beams the one-
time Iowa Farm Boy. \
Wills allowed only two hits.
Billy Edmondson of AFGE was
the leading hitter of the day col-
lecting two hits In three trips
with teammate Snodgrass get-
ting two for four.
For the winners Alas with one
for three and Jlmmle Watson
with one fot two were the only
Sears batters to connect safely
off Will.
More Entries Swell
irjoo at Little: F t GI a For Panama
line led the Nash players with a defeating the AFGE Union Boys
fine 612 with games of 192,,205, Friday afte
and 215. For Jantzen, Bill Mor- League Park
ton fattened his average with a Sears collected two runs In the ~
fine 619, composed of games of too o the first Inning without MntnrDIKS trOWf!
194, 225 and 200. Naeh lost the. a base hit only to have AFGE tie I IUIUI UIAO \*l WF
first game of the series, but won| it up In their half of the inning.
the next two and pintail.
With but two weeks of play re-
4Levadura G. Ramos 106x malnlng, the league standings
5Miss Fairfax B. Agulrre 116
6Nehuinco G. Snchez 120
7(Piragua A. Mena 109
8(Paris O. Bravo 114
9Mon Etoile V. Arauz 112
10Phlox C. Chong 104x
are presently as follows:
Brush it o Spray it
on Metal, Wood or Plaster
10th Race "A"'
Purse: $375.00
1 Rlna Roi
2Helen B.
3Sixaola
4Marsellesa
5Dallda P.
Natives6> Fg.
- Pool Closes 5:46
E. Sil vera 110
B. Agulrre 110
J. Phillips 116
B. Pulido 110
A. Mena 106
TEAM
Sears....... 66
PAA........ 50
Nash........ 50
Jantzen..... 43
in the second inning Sears push- An unexpected flush of en-
ed across one run but AFGE took tries has swelled the program
the lead with a two-run rally In at the Panam Championship
the third Inning. speedway meet at the Olympic
The Catalog Boys tied the stadium Friday n8ht.
came with three runs in the So far there are fifteen as-
Won Lost Pinfall sixth when the AFGE defenses pirants to. the motorbike rc-
38 crumbled with three runs scor- Ing championship crown of the
54 70365 ine on a wild pitch. Isthmus, and maybe
54 70368 | Jimmle Watson won his fifth j <***;
n .....' game of the season against a de-
11th Race 'F-2' Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $275.00
1AvWato A. Vsquez 113x
2Tansy M. Guerrero 116
3-Tlra B. Pulido 118
4Tap Girl A. Mena 112
5Golden Babe J. Phillips 114
Jua*
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PLAYING MARCH 23,1952
ft It i- located at Gerardo Ortega St., Cam-
po Alegre, near the El Panam Hotel.
You can buy your lucky ticket there for
$20.00. Open Dav and Night.
0 Visit also the 2nd prise chalet at El Can*
grejo and the 3rd prize chalet at El Coco.
REMEMBER your housing problem it over.
Don't miai the chance to win 3 wonderful houses
for $20.00 on March 23.
Bobby Wills was the losing
^eL^ah^.h^rf rdi?hhv i cevela'ha'cluriate 'ltTthe'aa-1
Su l?Kf S^WS 1 /tow \rorrf wh^the
nera were on base proved costly P'ay "was on.
OUT BY THE LENGTH Or AN
ARM
"We had Maat by the length of
Boudreau's arm, but Bill Stewart,
the National League umpire, call-
ed the catch safe. Tommy
Holmes hit the ball six Inches
Inside the third base chalkllne.
and I blew a two-hit World Se-
ries job. The Braves knocked my
brains out In rny only other
start'.
"So mv ureatest ambition Is to
win a World Series game."
Feller, looking not too much
unlike the dimple-chinned 17-
year-old who broke in so specta-
cularly In 1936. says Joe DiMag-
,glo was the best all-around ball
plaver he ever saw, but like ev-
erybody else, goes back to Rogers
Hornsby as the top right-hand
hitter.
The only difference in the
game, he says, is the shortage of
good young players. This he at-
tributes to the military situation.
SLAFNICKA HELPED FELLER
MOST
Who helped young Feller, the
greatest Wd pitcher In hiitory.
the- most?
-Next to mv father. Bill, who
died in IMS. It was Cy Slapnlc-
ka the Cleveland scout who
sle'ned me." says Feller unhesl-
more to
This has involved the adding
of an extra heat to the pro-
gram originally scheduled.
So far the organiser plan
three heata, two semifinals and
a final, meaning that the cham-
pion will have to ride In three
races to cop top honors.
Also there will be a consola-
tion race fpr those not so fast
or fortunate In their-heats, and ^Vtaelv "He was an old minor
a special
chines.
race for 125 cc ma
league pitcher, and in the morn-
ing, or when everybodv else was
There, are more of those bura-! n*hed_he;d take off his coat
boxes about Panam every day,
and at least three Panam rid-
ers are entered tor the light-
weight race. -
Also the Panama Motorcycle
Association is putting a special-
ly selected entrant of Its own
Into the open championship, by
way of showing there Is no food
reason why American boys cart-
ed home most of the honors
| motorbike racing broadslded on-
to the Panamanian sporting
scene.
Panama's first speedway meet-
ana show me how to hold run-
ners on the bases and what not.
"Steve O'Neill stesdled me.
Rolllc Hemsley helned. but the
hulk of the credit belongs to
Slannicka.
"He's still a pretty <>od scout
The last first-class olayer he
came uojwith was Bobby Avila of
our club."
WF.GINNTNG TO SEE WAT
AROUND
Feller Is first to admit that he
would be foolish to attempt to
lng under lights Friday night biow tne ball paat hitters the way
should feature about 10 races,
about 50 mph and about two
hours of dust and din.
What more could a speed fan
want?
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