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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California                              14 OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1934 5000 SEE BOBBY JONES SHATTER PAR AT R CLUB LAWSON LITTLE MEETS DEFEAT I AND 3 Bay Meadows Race Entries If Oil TUKSIJAJ VOVIJMIIKll 27 lly Uttinral Diirrfiu FlltST imrhc fJnlm liifj mill iiji xtv fur I tin1 hey By LEE DUNBAR The magic touch that a few yean i ago earnsd him the title of the worlds outstanding golfer has not deserted Bobby Jones as he dem onstrated yesterday at the San Francisco Gof Club when he shot a brilliant 70 one under par to team with Stuart Hrwlcy Jr Stale and N9rlhern California amateur champion to defeat Lawson Little and Ernest Pieper Jr of San JOSQ 4 and 3 HAWLEV STILL GOOD Attracted not only by the in dividualbrilliance of the four com petitors buf the splendid weather that greeted the match a gallery of 5000 San Francisco and Eastbay golfers and fans followed the play ers who off at 2 oclock Hawley playing partner of the jrreat Atlanlan has devoted very little time to golf since winning the California amateur title at Del Monte yet acquitted himself creditably Pieper the young San Jose star who ranks among Ihe best amateur players in West also was on his game but Little holder ot both the British and American amateur championships was having diffi culty with his short game as he has been several times recently in rounds over the Stanford course and carded a 74 Yesterdays match was sponsored by the Junior League of San Fran cisco for the benefit of a childrens home maintained by Ihe organiza tion MAKES FOUR BIRDIES Jones gave the big gallery n real Hirill by making third birdie on the 372 yard sixteenth hole He already had cinched the malch bul continued io put forlh his best ef forts justlike he did in the flays when he was battling to be king of the links He made four birdies during the afternoon The scores follow Scores I Him Sliol Titim limy MliillliiK Whirls 1 Unill I Kfinrjis Mnvni KnlKlil I mu JrcHJiier 7 Smith Plilnrl Uhrvclil liiil OJ Fryc Alslito 11 i lliirnn llnulL li FicinhiK III 107 1117 IDT 111 L11 ili J10 107 S i V l It A U K nimltipr lronrolils anil up inflc I nml li i Jones Hiwlty Little Tflistr Par in Joneft Llltle SI I 31 1 3 30 rit m 37 mi nw an in 71 Ml il Hi a H rt inr I Shrine Needs Indian Team Gont From First Sportpage rental from the lonesuffering Joe Hickey director of San Francisco s municipal golf course and sports enterprises Why not give Hickey his 15 per csnl and to Invest if in Sharbe Park Havdinp and Lincoln to RIVP the golfers of this town the sort of coursesthey should have Why is itthat every one takes either five or seven and onehalf or 15 peit cent of ihe gross from Hickey It is obviously un fair With a gross for the Stanford Alabama game Hickey would receive 537500 Imagine what Hickey could do with this money In developing his finlf courses Here s a civic angle on the game mat tens of thousands of local golfers should be interested in deducting Mickeys 50Dyou have a ncl of Split tills three ways between Stanford Alabama and Hie Shrine Each team would receive about This is a trcmcnilnus sum Let tis quote you one figure nn the Rose Bow came In 1024 the Noire Dame Four Horsemen went to Pasadena played Stanford be fore an almost capacity crowd at good prices and received 525000 After deduntinfr expenses Notre Dame had less than S8000 to show for its trip because Knutc KockiiP travelled de luxe style always and furthermore llmmy C r n w I c y gpenl months in a San Francisco hospital recuperating from a nerv ous breakdow At the Big Game Saturday there were probably not more than full price admissions 15000 reduced price student body admissions 5000 newspaper employee tickets at apiece and hundreds of compli mentaries to coaches the players of each varsity and friends of the two universities One newspaper de clared that the gale al the Califor niaStanford game was in excess ot 5300000 Our guess is that it wns closer to gross and that the net was not more I nan giving Stanford approximately 500 WOULD DKAW THRONG We believe that there are 00000 In Northern California who would pay and to see I wo of the greatest teams in the nation the Notre Dame system under Coach Frankio Thomas Stanford displaying the modi fied Warner altack under Coach Tiny Thornhill are not sure of our figures bnl we doubt whether the garae has averaged more than a game profit the past four years The Shrine Hospital for Crippled Children which caters to all races and all creeds and does humane work could use Stanford needs and could use 570000 Alabama would he Kclclcd lo death lo make a net profit of on he irin We believe that If yosi dangled 50000 profit in front of nlinne aolas nose that the Gophers would tell Fielding Yost and Boh 7uppke and the rest who do not want them to come west for political reasons io go to he The hotels business houses rail roads and steamship companies would profit to aid our economic recovery and the harassed Cali fornians Inc could put over a splendid story on the glories of r Northern California Furthermore a precedent would be established each year San Francisco and the could bid for the game to mine the national champion Jryslnl 1rlnri I WcNtriijii 112 11CI lirji 112 iiilv hirk CI C IhirtiK I IU IVnilirKniNK I I Our ISilly B II2 llnur I Sinllh 112 Jtnliy T III li Slinolcr SJ Mniirn II Ifny Iill T II Sill Mil Kill TrajjHjiifusliMi 10 II HlMkii III KriliprlMin Hi Unii Luiijfr l Sjtrluyrrr J IllIKI IMirKC f hi I ill if Smircilcln nail HII tur Jrukej IVi Jcilin ISinii I Alhrrclit IlliKlclimirtl 2 SlmniniiH HonnKiil 1 Illnf 1 Iec Ikiiril n Minim II K JIliniN XVIIIii KIJii T Cluiidiiuil Illtlli S SinII III AllinHI rrliinl Id II 11 Mvrrltl KIS ion lor 114 i or i in Hid i 11 i in rOMJCIJI HAOM fui nilfrn nil nirrri Klv Mr rlo MIE loikov llllOII I Mnrrun rn AHVitrinit It Cmitfpii liiiNK lloivpll miltfvlciv Klnn S hli Tliimnh In Sim mn HA clnlin K Ulx Jirifl up nrio mllrr IV Jnrkrjr 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The Boars went In to win Ilia only wny I hey lo mnko it the toughest clogfight possible Thai iherr was unneces sary piling on Ihal fisls did In linn struggles and that knees were userl in making Inckles are argu ments thiit will find I heir pros and cons Of tho casualties on the Slanford what appears to be Alabama at to resume practice for Ihe Hose Bowl game when Thornhill calls his squad together Iwo weeks from today Jim Moscrip is the only Indian on Ihe injured list who has a chance of not bcinR rcncly to play against what appears In be Alnmamn nt Pasadena Dr Fritz Doth team physician has nnt completed liis diafinosis nn Moscrip who suffered his knee injury while kicking field Ronls last Thursday If il should turn out lo be a pulled ligament there is a cliance ihat nn operation may have lo be performed in which case Moscrip would be unable to play in tile Knse Bowl tilt Kcilh Topping with a slightly wrenched knee and further aggra vation of an old ankle injury will be ready lo start serious practice in two weeks as will Stan Anderson who suffered iwo bnd lacerations of the scalp Bobby Grayson with his injured ribs well taped Inday be moaned the fact tha ho was unable to piny more Ihnn 13 minutes in the Big Game Just when I was sel lo play my hesl game hard luck struck me Ill be ready for that Hose Bowl contest Tigers Will Reach Phoenix December 7 PHOENIX Nov Amos Stagg and his College of the Pacific eleven will arrive here at 11 a m Friday December 7 for their charily fool ball game with the Arizona University Wild cats that night GRID RESULTS PACIFIC COAST Santa Clara 12 Columbia U 8 rjonzaen S3 Montana Mines 0 CallfnrnU Giants 10 Stanford Braves 7 Loycln Reserves 13 San TJleKo Ma rines 13 West Seattle A C M Tort Lewis n IRO FOOTBAM New York Giants 3 Boston Hcdsklns 0 Chicaeo Bears 17 Oilcago Cards fi Charlotte 2S Tulsa 0 Memphis 17 Bnnrlions 3 St Louis Gunners 10 Plttsliurg Pintles o I 13 Brooklyn Dodgers 0 Green Bay Packers 3 Detroit Lions C DallasKansas City Tain WARNER WANTS POST SEASON WEST TILT By BUD SPENCER Pop Warner and officials of Temple University at Philadelphia are negotiating informally with executives of St Marys Santa Clara and the University of San Francisco for a postseason game in San Francisco This was learned today from unimpeachable sources Warner is shooting for four things in the following order A chance lo play in the Rose Bowl 2 To play in the recently con ceived Miami Orange Blossom game on January 3 To play either Siinta Clara or St Marys and 4 To play U S Y FRONCS NOT INTERESTED It is understood thai either of Ihe Ihree Marys Santa Clara or U S have the game in Kezar Stadium on Decem ber 15 fora guaranlee Sam Dunne graduate manager at Sanfa Clara has officially an nounced that the Broncos arc not interested in a postseason contest their final pame heinjr one with Texas Christian a I Fort on December 15 Temple lias no chance whatso ever of being chosen to play in he Rose Bowl as long as Stanford ac cepts the invitation Temples rec ord although unscarrcfl by defeat shows a tie with Indiana which has tnken it on the chin from most Big Ten Conference teams MIAMI TRAMS LISTED The present outlook for the Miami game looms ns a battle between Andy Korrs Colgate eleven and Kucy Longs selfchosen Louisi ana Slate footballers so thai leaves Warner with but two choices for a poslseason affair It is known that University of San Francisco officials would a chance In meet Temple at San Francisco on December 15 At the present lime HIE Dons reply lo Temple officials negotiations are being let ride until a definite hid is inailc It Is understood that Temple executives are awaitingto hear from Miaina Orange Rlossom supervisors Louis Le Fevre athletic manager af St Marys today said the Gaels are not interested in a postseason till School authorities at Moraga have voted against any gime after Ihe U S FGaels conlest on De cember B An invitation from South ern Methodists for a postseason engagement was turned down re cently Still Remain on Unbeaten List NEW YORK Nov Cnne Girarclea Teachers of Missouri and Tusculum of Tennessee all had fnJlon off the undefeated football list today leaving nine cams which have won all thnir games nnd 12 others which have escaped defeat bul have been lied Minnesota nnd Alabama arc the only major earns in the perfect class whiTe Stanford Temple Western Maryland Louisiana Stale and Utah Aggies were the major elevens tied but not beaten Two small college arrays Penn sylvania Military College and Ohio Northorn nlone have blanked Ihe opposition in every game Min nesotas 270 poinls in eight games set the scoring pace for the un defeated outfits Shrine Aid on KLX Tonight Sam Daugherty coach of Oakland High School and chairman of Aahmes Temple Shrine Football committee will appear as guest on he AllSlar Sports Review with Doug Montell KLX snorls an nouncer on the nuarlerhour pro gram over KLX tonight lo fonlative selections far the annual East vs West Shrine game players are now being made by the conches with many college learns having finished their regular season playing schedules Dean Brothers Talk Salary TEXARKANA Tex Nov and Jerome Dean will con fer in Florida in several weeks on what salary they will nsk for 1035 for pitching for the world champion St Louis Cardinals Paul said today Daffy said he would vacation in Texas before Joining Dizzy1 Florida in Giants Defeat Stanford Pros LOS ANGELFS Nov The California Giants repulsed an attack on their leadership of Ihe California Professional Football League yesterday by snatching a 107 victory Braves from he Stanford Gonzaga Trims Montana Mines SPOKANE Wash Nov A lightweight Montana School of Mines football team butted their heads against a Gonzaga Uni versity wall lo to 0 here yes terday STANFORD GETS SURPRISE IN UC ATTACK By DON GLENDON Stanford was a silkhatted young football gentleman in the first half After the Indians had taken a phys ical lacing from the inspired Golden Bears the young men of Palo Alto forgot their parlor man ners stopped playing the game for fun and displayed commendable legnl belligerence For weeks Stanford without any particular gridiron frenzy has been moving through the opposition until it reached the point whore it re garded legitimate aggressive foot ball on the part of opponents as rough INDIANS In the first half Stanford ap peared iike an amateur boxer trad ing punches a ringwise pro fessional The Indians appeared highly mystified that the Golden Bears should be smashing ripping and fighting like demons to win a football game We thought for a while that Stanford had joined the Harvard school of passive re sistance This theory was dis OBBY STILL GREAT ATTRACTION Bobby Jones sliown in the acl of making a drive is still lhc greatest attraction among the leading golfers of the countryHe proved so yesterday when he paired with Stuart Hawley Jr to de feat Lawson Liltlc and Ernie Pieper Jr in nn exhibition match al Snn Francisco He played before a gallery of 5000 The top photo shows a section of the gallery that followed Jones si pa led early in the third quarter when Stanford started to nil like a triphammer Walton and UTiiller particularly liked he poinp when the Bears continued lo he inspired Wal ton a swashbuckling hoy enjoyed himself immensely Alustiza didnt particularly enjoy the hall stealing propensities of ihc O old en Bears After Grayson Anderson Topping and Trompas had been removed from the game one coach said Ill bol that Tiny Tbornhili wishes he had played some of his substitutes now On the next play with Todd in al fullback the new man look the ball handled it improperly in giving it In Hamilton on a reverse Jack Brittinghan recovered Hamil tons fumble comparatively deep in Stanford territory Those who were lauding the Tiny Thornhill GO minute play idea saw the fallacy in their argument when untrained men had to take up the burden of ihe attack DANGEROUS KICKS The Boars waited until the fourth dnwn to kick on their own 35 on the play in which Schott blocked Wil liams punt Kicking on fourth the down on your own 35 punter standing on ihe 25yard line is known as kicking from the grave yard Strangely a kicker is non chalanl on third down punts from this area on fourth down the punter is as tense as a basso hitting high C Stanford failed to complete a pass disclosed a pronounced weakness in pass defense California employed a single wing back formation to tho left the first time this has been used this season after Ihtiv phoney reverse run from single wing back strong right formation had been thrown repeat edly for losses California was pUying wilh fire early in the first quarter when the Bears attempted to run the ball eightyard line from their Even in Pop Warners book this is known as n firstclown kicking area Few realized that with Alustiza kicking mierably Stan Anderson Graysons substitute was needed badly in the Indian backfield Grayson evcnvin shapecould not have improved on Hamiltons per formance More than 95 per cent of the wagers made on the Califor niaSlanfor game were made by alumni of both schools according to a local bookmaker OPPOSE MANY GOLFERS WIN TURKEYS Fortytwo Eastbay golfers discovered yesterday that there is a cheaper way of getting a Thanksgiving turkey than walking into a market sticking their fingers into the ribs of several fat birds and then saying gimme that one Turkey tournaments were held at four of the local clubs yes terday and the aforementioned 42 divot diggers were the lucky ones to go homo last night either with plump turkeys in their possession or with orders on locnl merchants for the delivery of a fal gobbler oh demand The Alamcda Golf Club Jed the way when it distributed 17 birds to an equal number fortu nategolfers In order to equalize handicapping differences the more than a hundred members of the club who took part in the contest wqre divided into tour flights in accordance with their respective abilities Alt play was at medal with handicaps prevailing In class A where the club slick ers were gathered Jack Jacobs and Pete Johnstone were lied each with a net ot 71 Jacobs having shot an 80 to a nine handicap while John stone negotiated the course in 73 with an eight handicap Other win ners in the top class were Bob Jackson and Dr H G Wallis In B clnss UIR winners irere Nor mmi Corycll Fields Charles von Tngen Sli Andy A B Jones Joe Malcewicz and Stanley Pinto winners in heir respective matches last week will hold clown the main event of next Friday nights wres tling show at the Municipal Audito rium Malcewic defeated Cy Will iams in a closely contested tussle and Pinto won on a foul from Baron Ben Ginsberg but not until the behemoth with the title and goalee had given him quite a work ing over Ginsberg will bump against Ivan Managoff of Russia in the semi windup Other bouts follows Cy Williams vs A Pcreira Jack Wash burn vs Rube Wright and Ty phoon Mnnish vs Glen Wade Washburn for tho past few sea sons a mat sensation in the East will make his second local appear ance here Friday Several weeks ago he met Pit McClary giant Irish man and won in a few seconds Washburn seems headed for local main events but hell have to win a couple in the preliminaries to prove his true ability He should lake Wright Three Cage Games On at St Elizabeth Three basketball games arc sched uled to be plnyerl at St Elizabeths School tonight In the first lilt which starts at 7 oclock St Joseph Sodality reserves clash with the Oli ver Filter Company quintet Dick day Nick Fowler Frank Rose Joe Cormier and Clem will compose the starting lineup for the Saint reserves Fisher Body and Chevrolet Motor fives will meet in the second en counter of the evening Coach George Skarichs St Jos eph Sodality five will tangle with the Dniids in the final tilt of the night which starls at Follow ing isthe lineup for the Sodality Ray Grosse and Joe OHern for wards Torn Cecil center Tom Walsh and Bob Kindblad guards In C class tlin winners were Otto Hcnomever SiM 71 Vat Farley SDI7 72 Al Klhm SD1B 73 Alex CrnnsloM SS14 74 The D class players who turkeys were Henry llylnnd 9121 70 C Mitchell M22 72 Hurry Ciaiff DS2G 72 Chnrlcs Tvlills 34 TWELVE AT CHABOT Lake Chabol was next in line in turkey liberality Dick Fry and associates handing out 12 turkeys to patrons of the municipal course Play at Chabot as at nil four courses where turkeys were given away was on a medal basis with handi caps prevailing H t Robinson and Vic Zanders turned in ihc best net rounds being tied at 05 Hobcri son with a round oC BO to n li han dicap and Landers with a score of 72 and a seven handicap Other Chibnt winners anil their scores were Herli MiUhlcson fiB Al Ryken SIM B7 J S Saun dflis RR KdCrver 74fi OS Pnul Jlatlinrto fS Tony Fn reira 7BS OS Divo Sntch 75G rtpElmer HnviliPF 7 Al Flpury 8114 69 lack Wilson 71 GS SEVEN WIN AT SEQUOYAH Sequoyah swung into the Thanks giving award procession when some 10 members contested for the right to win a gobbler Club champion Scott y Tail turned in the best score of the day a 77 to lead the proces sion of winners while other mem bers who arranged for their holi day dinner yesterday ware Ralph Jacobs SI 15 fifi come home in front He has fin ished second in so many times that he has earned the title of official runnerup but yesterday he went out with determination in his eye and landed in first position In a recent round In the title event Guisto shot a remarkable 5S to lower the course competitive record and because of this was favored to some extent to win the championship However in meet ing Cryer he was taking on an ex perienced competitive player who has been under fire so many times that it means nothing lo him On i i other hand Guisto is a less ex perienced player and of a more nervous type and while he know the shots he could not get them working satisfactorily in the title chase aao ALAMEDA MEETING By W C CHANDLER Clubs affiliated with the Eastbay Soccer Football League got in a full days competition yesterday the three first division games resulting in the Sons of St George beating jlberico 5 to 3 Hayward blanking the Rangers 3 to 0 and Neptune and Crockett battling to a scoreless tie The second division contests ter minated in tho Oakland Sons trim ming the De Molays 4 to 0 Hay ward Cubs winning from Alamcda Indians 2 lo 0 San Lcandro win ning by default from Crockett tech nically a 1 to 0 score Probably he most exciting v game played this season was wit nessccl at Neptune StatlJum when the Sons finally managed to sub due a scrappy Iberico eleven Foe i a long time in the second half the Sons supporters hearts were in their boots for the San Leandro boys were leading 3 to 2 for the best part of 30 minutes Iberico had a new goalie on the ob a recent arrival from Honolulu fieri Curtis and he proved a dis tinct asset saving some stingers in miraculous fashion The game was fairly even for the t first 15 minutes during which time f Elwood missed a penalty kick after Treno had handled ClissGei Oer star center forward of the Sons opened the scoring banging the ball m the corner of the net from 20 yards out A short while later Vic Alvis tur following a scrimmage in the Sons goalmouth banged the ball in his own net to give Iberico the equaliser Before the half end ed Urquidi Ibcrico center for ward and one of the products o U C gave his club the lead hit ting the back of the net after tak ing a pass from Floyd Bucno Geiger got his second shortly after the second hnlf started to put the teams on equal terms again Urquidi put Iberico ahead after a fast run down the field from the kickoff netting from 20 yards out Sol Pucci the San Leandro fullback gave ninson SS21 Rrnl Calou Rn K5f Frcrt Boynton Sllt 70 Rohcit 71 O ti O AT OAK KNOLL Frank Ainerio meant business when he went out after his turkey in the sweepstakes yesterday U Oak Knoll and so in earnest wns he that ho finished with a round of 71 one stroke under par tc head the brigade oC six lo win birds Matt McGee was in second placa with a score of while George Hunter E J Lewis W L Eaad and Vernon Scott were the winners in the blind bogey guest flight each having a net of 74 bogey for the day TITLE Ed T Cryer kicked a little dent in the old dope bucket yesterday when he downed Joe Guislo 2 and I in the final 18 holes of play nt Oak Knoll to win the club cham pionship for this year The two started on the 36hole final strug gle a week ago but after finishing 18 holes were rained out with Cryer then two up By mutual consent the match was concluded yesterday and Cryer maintained the lead he had taken the previous Sun day Cryer shot a very fine round o 74 two over par as against a 76 carded by his opponent Cryer has been the runnerup in many club events at Chabot but aside from winning the Presidpnts cup two years this is the first time he has away a The regular monthly meeting o tl Alameda Golf Club will be held tomorrow evening at the clubhouse being the first session held in the club building this year The guest speakers will be Doug Montcll sports announcer oh station KLX who will discuss the aftermath o the Big Game Mark Fry Oak Knoll instructor who will take the career of Walter Hagen as his topic an1 Johnny Dawson one the na lions leading amateur golfers who will also speak At this meeting the nominating committee will re port its list of nominations for club officers for the coming year O 0 0 FIRST TIME CLUB To that golfing legion which thrills to a new low score a birtlic oan eagle or any of those epochs first time joys that counteract the untless woes of the game we dedicate the First Time Club Nominated for membership J Moran Sequoyah golfer who broke 00 for the first time a day or so ago when he turned in a score of 84 Sponsored by George A Dow Ernie Calou and F M Dreisbach 0 O O THREE MORE AT CARQUINEZ Members of the Carquinez Golf Club also got into the turkey battle birds being won by three players All scores were on a nel basis Les Rice coming down in front with a Gfi Dick Lamer finishing second with 67 and Ed Fanning third with G3 The 36hole final in the invita tional tournament was completed yesterday at Carquinez in addition to the turkey sweepstakes Louis Mussano winning from Harold Bolas 3 and 2 Mussano was five over the card for the distance while Bolas lost eight strokes to par UOUT POSTPONED BUENOS AIRES Nov Primo Cameras heavyweight bout with Victorio Campolo originally scheduled for Saturday night has been postponed one week and will be held next Saturday night penalty kick but Treno missed the try GAME GETS HOT In the last 15 minutss the game got hot and furious and a near riot resulted when the referee al lowed a doubtful goal Geiger lied the game up to make the score three all and it was the Sons fourth thai caused the rumpus this being done by Don Montcath A few minutes from time GeorgeJMcDougal popped the fifth for the Britishers Ibcrico was un lucky to lose and a tied score would Have been a fair result for they hart a liberal share of the play In the 1 oclock tilt the Rangers put up the stiffest opposition seen this season but lacked the finish to score The game was played at breakneck specci and two ncwcom crs to the Rangers ranks Jim Ma loney and Ed Strain improved that eleven MAX EVANS STAttS Max Evans former DcMolay was the outstanding man on the Rangers team playing a cool and heady game at center half The Neptune Club had to be satis fied lo share the points with tha Yellowjackels of Crockett w hen these two clubs went 90 minutes without scoring The field was rath er heavy which slowed the game up somewhat and the Ncps were minui two of their best players BillCut lrr nnd Ernie Principinno both on the injured list As a result of this lilt and tha fact hat the Sons won their con test the top position in the stand ings is now occupied by both ho Sons and the Ncps which makes a neck and neck rnce The Oaklnnd Sons defeated the Oakland DeMolays at Neptune Sta dium in the morning game the half time score being 3 fo 0 two by Cliff Matthews and one by Joe Cima After the restart Matthews added one more Hayward Farmllngs upset tha dope by defeating the Alameda In dians by 2 to 0 scoring one goal in each half San Leandro won by default from the Crockett Juniors by the technical score of 1 lo 0 THRILL ACTION PRICES DOG RACES TONSGHT 50TURKEYS50 will be eivcn atcay TOMORROW Dont Mia This Neptune Sons St Georfie 4 Hay ward Crokctt Tbprico T Pts If 10 R1 4 Finer Thoroughbreds Superb Jockeys1 Modern Course Totalisator wagering Slh and Mission S F Round Trip 2T Cents   

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