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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - March 12, 1938, Oakland, California Oakland Tribune saturday March 12, 1938 d 11 Sheehan once prep Star title was join bears beat trojans icy Williams Irr Smirt Hirw _ _. Gaels play Broncos Mal Winner quits seals for Oak uniform 1ice journey Ken won 11 lost 12 with lefty o Doul opens Here Ken she Hon Loop s smallest hurler by Alan Ward Oaks training Camp. Firat Ley March the pc and in his life Francis Kenneth she Han is Money the Oak land baseball club. Less than 12 years ago an Irish kid with a pugnacious look and an eel like agility dashed from the Clawson grammar school when classes had onem and took his stand at a Strag tic spot outside the san Pablo Avenue Ball Park. Usually he did t have Long to wait. A foul Ball would describe a parabola and land of Mew Here in his Vicinity. The pair of hand owned by Ken Sheehan were but two of Many diving for the Pill but the scrappy Little irishman usually emerged from the fracas grasp i the prize. In addition to being a rare re Triever of baseballs Yousim shoe ban proved a Good Salesman. He in variably sold the Hor chides for 50 cents each principally to fans who would receive a grandstand scat a spheroid was surrendered it the Box office. He makes Money i made As much As a week and Seldom less than during a playing Sheehan grinned. But was t the Competition keen outside the Ken was asked. How about the other boys work ing the same Racket did t they get their share of the i guess i was Ken re plied naively. Or maybe i was just fast and got to the balls first i have my doubts about that first item. I suspect Shechan despite his diminutive size was a Tough Little egg who delivered a few punches on his Way to the bouncing rolling Apple. Ken gets revenge there was a time when they would t permit Ken to pitch for the technical High school team be cause he was too Small and he was so scorched with the injustice of it All to negotiated a Transfer to Mcclymonds High where he became that institution s first string twirler and he experienced the Joy which Mccame from humbling the school s nine which scorned i Ken weighed Only 112 pounds and stood Little More than five fee when he tried vainly for a position on the technical High team but he put on some weight and Heigh in the years following. At present the Southpaw Pilch i for the Oaks 1938 team lips the beam at 158 pounds but he docs l run much to the perpendicular. Smallest i curler in fact Sheehan is just about the smallest Pitcher in the coast league and it was his size or Jack of it which stimulated "lefty1 to Doul of the seals to dub him Minnie a nickname which As Clung. Doc Hess baseball coach at Mcclymonds urged Ken to look up Carl Samlock manager the Oaks for a tryout and Ken who had t Given much Hung if. To a proles signal Diamond career at the time admitted he had nothing to lose by the venture. Samlock interested but not impressed watched Ken in a f e v workouts near the end of the season but made no Effort then to enrol him. Sheehan graduated from High school in the meantime and hooked up with Frank youll s Chapel of the Oaks a Semi pro nine. Signs with seals shortly before the 1933 Spring practice Samlock offered Ken a contract but Beehan a canny Young soul did t like the terms. He continued playing Semi professional Ball Drew the Rye of Doc Silva scout for the seals and Al the close of the year signed Wilh san Francisco. The Ink on the Coni Nicl was barely dry before he received a bid from Cincinnati. Sheehan admits he bad a poor opening year with the seals. He was a youngster and subject to the stage fright characteristic of extreme youth. He won five and lost 10. But san Francisco wanted him Back in the fold for the follow ing year. In 1035, with o Doul replacing Ike Cavaney As manager he won seven and lost eight. The next year his Victory digits continued smaller than his losses and last season he won 11 and lost 12. Devi buys Iichi along came Vic Devincenzi owner of the Oaks decided Shee Han had potentialities As a Cannon Ader and purchased him outright. For a Small Guy Sheehan has a fast Ball. He is a hard worker and j ii in ii of keeps in condition. The Oaks meets Mary Moss by Bob Blake figure eights threes and other skating lessons were being put on ice today by More than 50 skaters who Are competing or Pacific coast figure skating titles at the Oakland ice rink. Strom squad arrives for tourney draws Bye in first play once a ukr mum it Pluyer no ways a tournament player. The is Why the Golden state basketball team six Strong Are driving to Denver and the National tonight the contestants will Start u. A. U. Tourney today. The car. Free skating programs at 8 o clock i Load of players expect to arrive in and will continue until every chum i the Altitude City sunday night and i by Eddie with the California bears right on their heels As a result of their 4 to 2 win Over the University of Southern California trojans at los Angeles yesterday. Earl Sheely s St. Mary s gaels probably will have to come out with a win Over the Santa Clara Uron Roi it he Senu stadium in san Francisco Tomor Row la remain leaders of the Cali fornia intercollegiate b a i e b a 11 league. Ghee Law is. Nelson should the liars win Loday Murphy the game went 10 innings and but for a timely single by Tony j Lombard in the ninth driving in the living run the bears would not be As close to the gaels As they j Are. Sam Chapman drove out a Fly in permit uie winning run i to come Over the pole in the tenth Liming. Due Bou s timely hitting and devour s two circus catches also Aid in the win for the bears. Cali Rokola 1 so. Calif a r h o a a re Devi Oak tossers beat All stars continued from first sport Page Yonne tripled and Joe Abrea doubled. One unearned run was added i the fifth Throe in the sixth and to in the seventh. Bill Kosh right inn dry last Yei Wilh Vancouver held the visitor witless Diu ins Trio first three Ray Moffett under yank owner slip was touched for a single ii the fourth while Nick Kadunic permitted a Lone Hingle in the ninth the regulars will travel to Sai Diego tomorrow to play the padre following a Sun Diego-oaks1 Gam Here this afternoon while a Colucc lion of in oldies will remain in Braw Ley for a return sunday tilt with the Orndorff contingent. Ordo of stai1s a r h o Oakland Aihui of. Arran i 3 t i o ii 2 1 i 0 3013 2221 o 4 n 0 i o n n a 0 0 , Matin a n i i n 3 o n s i 3 0 i i n i i i n a o 2 0 b n 2 it 0 1 3 n i 5 3000 3008 3000 2 3 n Morey i o i totals 41 is 1c 27 221 totals 29 0 2 24 i Korey Batt Rrt for in sixth. Score Oakland ise 7 0 0 0 0 0 3 2_ Ortu Inoff stars oooo oooo Basu Nils 000 summary Tirpe Loco hits Hill 2 l. Two Tor Watson ibs Nii. Trunx tar. A Firtick. A Lurk out a 2. Inf Felt 4. 2. Carp Fatir 5. La off an talk off Koch i. Hot. 2. Nat Lunic a 2. Car Penler 9 Stolcer car scr. Him Larson. Berndl. Sci curl. Cairo a scr. Hit Pitr hurl Martinez uns batted Hill a Gibson 2. Malos . Morey. Kidney Radu Bruin boxers defeat bears by winning six of eight Bouls Tascu at Berkeley last night the univ Cisily of California at los an Isles Bruins def Calvd the University f California boxing team. Three of he Bruin wins were on technical lockouts. Clara Callender i expects Rood things of him in 1938, and Ken is determined not to disappoint the Fellows who control the club s purse strings. Married for three years Sheehan is childless although he would t deny he might become a Poppa one of these Days form. The shehans reside in Berkeley. The head of the House plays Winter baseball and late last year won Lour and lost one for the Alaska packers. His hobbies Are Hunting and fish ing when he has the time. He wears a fancy belled Blue Corduroy coat and dares anyone to Wise about it. I have never in him when his hah was not As Slick As George rail p. Combed he has a Nice smile and does t talk much. And so i you Frances Ken Nell shool Iii hut forget Hie f ran ,9li part of his name. Just Callow. Him Del Monte. March Clara Callender defending Cham Pion still was tournament favorite today As play in the annual Pebble Beach women s Golf championship entered the semifinal round. Miss Callender who Defeated mrs. Harry Hunt g and 5, yesterday was to meet Mary Morse who won from mrs. R. S. Morimoto of Stockton 3 and 2. Mrs. Arthur Macarthur los an Geles and mrs. Louis Lengfeld san Mateo were the other semifinalists. Mosconi ponzi tied new York March lie Mosconi of Philadelphia stayed on the unbeaten Trail and moved Back Inlo n lie. For first place with Andrew ponzi n fellow Philadel Pabian in the world s pocket billiards championship in ornament when he Defeated Onofrio Lour of Brooklyn 125 to 70, last night. Stanford beats Oregon 52-39 continued from first sport Page Stanford backboards during the first half. But Bunn soon match Ort this height by sending in Tom Sion or and his to replace Horace Lee a Leo was doing a splendid Job of Ball hawking and bit putting him up against Winter tits was like sicking a toy terrier onto a russian Wolf hound. Jack Calderwood Stanford s All Conor onre guard had difficulty keeping from fouling the Oregon inns particularly when the boys would Gallop Down court Calder Wood High rolling along behind and pull up Short. Once Jack did a Wing Ding Over the head of Larry Gale under the Stanford bucket. He was forced out of action half Way through the second half when he committed a Misdemeanour against Pavalunas. It was his fourth Nellie Heath took his place. Tall Timber is topped Stanford 52 player pos. totals 33 player pos. Gale of Silver. F jewel. C 00000 22 8 52 71 2 j g it Pis my met it 0 0 totals 15 0 33 -11 7 7 half time score Stanford 24. Orc on 22 officials Lloyd lilt i in idly. File kind Soals. . Points. Held Koal attempts. Free Lirow attempts. Of personal fouls com tribe beats padres Al Centro March i2.-wv Leattle Defeated san Diego 5 to 1, n an exhibition game Between the to coast league teams Here this ifterno6n that featured dedication i Centro s new Munici Al baseball Park. In time for the Start of the tourney. One of the hotly contested Divi Sions will be the women s Senor class which will pee Marianne Linde Lof University High school student defending her title against bar Bara Ann Minsk Ami Mary Taylor. Events to be contested include senior women senior men. Pairs Junior pairs Junior women Junior men Novice women Novice men juvenile and dance com pct on. Budge plays Kovacs at club sunday Don Budge displays his prowess at the Berkeley Tennis club to Morrow in a series of exhibition matches. Budge mrs. Helen wills Moudy and Gene Mako Are the headliners with Frank Kovars Youthful Oak land Davis cup Prospect Margaret Osborne former National g i r 1 s Champion and the former Stanford team of Bob Porsmer and Bob Underwood completing the program. Budge meets Koncs at 1 p. M. In a two Oul of the acc singles that provides the Public its second look at the two neighbor rivals in an exhibition singles. Budge Defeated Kovacs in a four Pacific coast semifinal last year. Mrs. Moody pairs with Kovacs against Mako and miss Osborne following the Budge Kovacs singles. The third match will spot Budge and Mako against Pommer and Underwood. Babe Hollingbery s Mother passes funeral services will be held in san Francisco monday for mrs. Erminnie May Halling cry. 67 year old Mother of Orin babe Holli Kirbery Washington state Cul i Csc football conch. She died at her Home Here yesterday. Hour for the burial will by fixed after the arrival other son from the Northwest. Surviving arc her husband two sons and five grandchildren. The list includes Mel Miller big Wheatley. Johnny Callahan Johnnj Bradley Al Nelson and Ross me Burney. Nelson has never be action in a National tournament. The Small a Quail Means the boys must Piny lie Complete same no substitutions allowed. The a Clarai players believe they can win a few games without Benefit of substitutions by making the opponents Plaj their Type of contest. Strom s Clothier basketball team representing Oakland arrived ii Denver today and held a preliminary workout for the tournament due to open tomorrow. The Strom players the majority of whom have never seen the inside of a College looked bewildered will All the top notch athletes strolling about them but believed they Coul make a Good showing if they conic overcome the Handicap of the Higl Altitude. The Oakland team winners of tin. Northern California p. A. Title Drew a first round Bye and will play thei first game monday. Denver officials announced a teams have been entered in the 31s renewal of basketball s no. 1 Stales Are represented in the list of competitors and 47 o the 55 squads Are from outside Colorado. Gardner Allen enters tourney Gardner Allen 220-Pound India fighter from Reno May prove a sensation in the National Amateur boxing championships Here March 14 and 21. Al Sandell commissioner of Thi Pacific association said a note Iron a Reno boxing expert attached t Allen s entry read this fellow i a cinch to win the championship he can fight Box and Allen s entry brings to sixth number of heavyweights in lev senior division. There Are five ii the Novice class. Winners in the eight weigh classes in lie senior Lour Namon will represent Northern California and Nevada in the National claim Pion ships at Boston april 4, 5 and g Dot Bundy injured Santa Monica. March May Bundy third rank ing american woman Tennis player was recovering from injuries Loday that will Force her to cancel nil matches for several weeks. Miss Bundy recent Winner of the australian singles championship fell from a 20-foot ladder yesterday and suffered severe cuts about the eyes and Skull and other bruises. Perry bears vines Jackson miss., March Fred Perry of England used every shot in the Bank to defeat Ellsworth vines of los Angeles Here last night 6-4. 3-g, 6-3. Perry s Victory brought him within three game.1 of the Cali fernian on their current tour. Vines ins won 19, Perry 1c. Virgei joins solons March 12.- squad roster was Pra Clichy Complete today with the arrival and signing of Johnny Vertez and Joe orc go regular in i elders. The pair worked out Dur no the afternoon. Rain hats meet a wet Field forced cancellation of to Triangle track and Field meet in 5an Francisco today among san state College m a r i n Unior College and san Mateo j. C. Brown earns decision Hollywood March Johnny Brown former Chicago Amateur Boxer in a hard fou Glit bul one sided 10-round fight at the american legion stadium Las night look the decision Over Umio Gen of Japan. Frank Garcia loses Boise Idaho March Everett Reagan Boise won a 10-Ruund decision Over Frankie Gai Cia 128, san Francisco in the main event of a boxing card Hare Las night. Bayshore results first All in , s4.. a Liland Hoy s8.20 prof trays 51.80. Tirner 29 3-5. Dual Crri Rokvic , s-1.00 , Haitow 512 Gypsy Hill. 53-Lio. Time 30. Dual Ilion. S41.20. Third Larry Cut s9. So to master Blue. S4.ro. S3xo Caperton Cayenne. Time. .13 1-5 option. Fount ii Lenda Belle 7.. , Toby. S4.40, ii Nice. Time. 23 1-5. A if til h a k i Icilus mile it a Floc. S.1.20 Foo Foo , s2.ijo cup Crynn Garry. Time 32 2-5. Dual Eplion. Sh.80. Sixth arson. Tell Tenn. Su.40, eth arc s4.80. Time. 2d 2-s. Dual option s27.bo. He Ventir race 5-1 gins mile Doc Oliver . Ixion out to 53.40 tie liar s4.go. Time. 32 2-fi brow inc dual option Eini tit si3.40. S7.40. S4.10 fancy Vou. Stin Hinc time 231-5 dual option. S34. Ninth Nace-5-1gthsmile Clay Good Lue. S13. S3.80 Aitolo court Kay time 32 1-5. Dual Ilion. . Run re. Ten he futurity Hillo caper on Cadet s1s.40, s1.20 Chance Kunc. Sci per time 302-5. 1 option. Notes from Oakland s Ball Camp by Alan Ward Oaks training Camp Braw a March Camp is Over in with Amateur magicians and it s nothing to see a Pink Rabbit asked a bowl of soup or a air of Golf balls pulled from a combination salad. Joe Abreu an Oakland lad who la Lay shortstop Lor the Oaks this car is the newest disciple of legerdemain and the other after Oon Joe opened his bag of tricks o the envy of a couple of addicts those names i won t mention for ear they la read this and be Given encouragement any Day i expect Bernie Devi euros to Stop me in the hotel lobby and ask me to select a card from pack and be told what i had for Inch the preceding Day or How Lany Miles in the Callon i m jelling Pom my automobile. I have Learned z w i 11 i n g has Annex All play info while his aka Are in be coaxed to declare open season on the magicians. Marks dolls the matinee idol laurels gathered by first baseman Bob Gibson Are threatened by George Turbo Villa Pitcher brought from the athletics in the Dario Lodigiani transaction. Turbeville a tall dark haired Chap from Carolina is attracting Coy interested glances from the dolls who attend the daily work outs and while Gibson who looks like Robert Taylor of the flickers in t being ignored by the feminine population of Brawley he is forced to Divide the adulation Wilh his team mate. Pooh Pooh poohed Gib son when the situation was brought to his attention. What do i care if someone Utec is stealing my a virile sort of a Guy. Thunder Why. I m a map s Man As it were. A follow with Wool on his Chest. Let Turbo Ville the sighs and the a Miles. Give my the base Well maybe Gibson is honest about the entire Deal but it has been noticeable the past Day or so he Lias been keeping a part in his hair his face shaved and a crease in his uniform. Top goes a window a Ball hit by outfielder Al Browne of Alameda Over the Short right Wall in practice crashed through the window of a mexican grocery store and All the persuasive diplomacy of business manager Ralph Snible was needed to quiet the voluble gesticulating owner of the concern. Only when Struble made full payment for the damage and then handed the aroused merchant a few passes for an ensuing in me. Did the protestant Greo not to launch his one Man attack against the entire Oaks organization. Struble . R n 11 y. It would he Wise not to replace hint Glass until after Spring train ii Browne Mack an training. Nother to o 1 5 i in s 5 1 i i u it it i it s 2 1 a 5 rn-.5y.rf i i n the r. 0 i 2 1 j 401-3 2 i i 0 id 1 Ollk 402 4 n o 5 u o _ 0 0 8 3 41120 41411 30130 40030 30151 the Broncos tomorrow and keep the gaels on Tup of the latter. I on the other hand. Coach Justin Fitzgerald of the Broncos claims that de Nelson is one of the great est Young pitchers he Ever cast his eyes on so with Nelson due to oppose Greenlaw tomorrow a real pitching Duel is in stoic for the fans who attend son is stadium. game Bill priest continued to do real pitching for the bears when he took the Mound against the trojans yesterday lie beat the gaels last saturday s la 4, and yesterday he pitched a real Heady game Accord ing to reports from coach Clint Evans. Total -10 4113014 total 30 2 93011 the by 01 4 Hils 040100202 l. S. C. 000002000 2 hits errors 2, Ramsey in by Tii Hkin. 10 by print. 10. Credit v.-. priest charge 10 0. At Bat off Phi she Iii. La off 38. Hits batted us 11 Oil priest. 9 runs Floi Pil off i off priest 5. Huns Irodus Fible for pc Mishkin. 3 . 2. So Nick out by Poi Rushkin. 5 by priest to. I incs balls off Petrush Pii ii. 2. Stolen a run loin. 1 Tommei. L. Three base hits Rosiu Hiu site Iii. Snit fice hits 1. Huns in Bardy. I Winterbottom. 1 f. V n n 1 wiil Mabou. 1. To Tilc plays. to Perry to Kocev. Second inning Pony Lolo Vockey. Left Oil bases California. 1 u. S. A. 0. Triple none. Passed balls none. Time of l Buur 45 minutes. Umpires crawly and Steward. Baer gives fair bad trouncing continued from first sport Page at his body. Several times he seemed to be going at full steam. When he did Baer unleashed his body at tack. In Bacr s dressing room they were talking about a fight with the win Ner of the sch cling Louis bout. There was no talk of another fight in hit s. He had loss his third american Start. Baer fought a great fight. It s Tough to lose but i d like la meet Baer again or anybody said Tommy. Someone mentioned something j about his new style. The welshman lifted his War scarred face i just went into the ring to give the pub Lic their Money s Tiger Jack Fox Spokane wash., negro Johnny Winters of Detroit 2.0 pounds but slopped the dul Roit negro in the fourth round of heir six round Semi final to the Baer Farr heavy weight fight. Knockouts featured two of the Oiler four preliminaries. Hurbie Kalz Brooklyn middleweight stopped buddy Ryan of Newark in the first round of heir scheduled six. Kalz weighed and Ryan Steve Marlin. 220, of Camden. N. J., Woji via the same route Over Duke Gurbert 201a of Fresno calif., in the second round of their four. Phil Sommise. Ibsh to o new York out pointed Charley Massera ifi7. Of Pittsburgh in a six Rounder and Thompson Indianapolis negro won in four heals from George Masulli 200, of mount Vernon. N y. Max phones to ask about1 father babe As soon As Max Baer won his f ight last Niphol from Tommy Farr in new York lip telephoned his Home at 800 Alice sir pro san Leandro to in quire Afler Max jr., his wife and father. Most of Max questioning was about the condition of his father Jacob Baer who has been seriously 11 in the East Oakland Hospital. The former heavyweight Cham Pion who is making a serious come Back Effort appeared Grantly relieved when informed that his father was recovering and might be expected Home from the Hospital in a week or in Days. Bacr s wife tried to get the baby Wax jr., to gurgle into the Telephone. But he too re copy to perform. Max Lulu his family Bis ring Battle Wilh the welshman was a Lough but thai lie was nil it Fol despite the fact thai one Eye was fondly Bat coca and closed. Max said he and his brother buddy who loss his fight with gun Lar Barlund a week ago would Cave new York for Oakland tonight. Four games on soccer program clubs of the Sacramento East Bay league will Sec action to Morrow two games being scheduled for Emeryville Gigli school ground and two Tor the Sacramento Junior College the Only league Competition match of the any will be played at the local Diamond Wilh the Koman athletic club of Oakland meeting the Southern Pacific of Sacramento at 1 o clock. This match will be followed by one Between the Cali fornia club of Berkeley and the in Linn athletic club of san fran Cisco. California senior cup Competition games will be played in Sacramento with the Neptune club of Alameda meeting the Mckinley a. C. Of Sacramento at 1 p. M. The other two Sacramento survivors. Western Pacific and Buffalo Brewers will clash in the main event at p. M. Of Horton at Montana m1ssoula, mont., March n. At Horton special investigator for the Pacific coast con Terence interviewed Montana slate football players today. Push Ball tomorrow amkk1can p. M. in Skol company is. s Coliene inn it Bushrod no 2 Sartor Umpire. P. sum a. C. Is. St. ick s at Bayview no. I a fur Onclo. P. Mar jct Hoys is. Golden Gate Buff fit at in Subrod to 1 f. Fur Ido. Umpire. P. Vij. Oakland c., in Hay View no. 2. a a it p. Is. Davis Rcv Rolt at Bushrod Phillips Umpire. P. Cubi is. Berkeley i of bityvlcw., no. 2. A. Auto Glass is. I Pincho groceries Bayview no. I. A. Welfare is. It Emir bakery at hns Rod. No. 1. p. Ackers it i Mph ref. P. Elks is. Ben s Lollen glow at Moore us p. M reds is. Palm s lain Irr. At san Pablo. No. 2. Herts is. Alan Mara a nerf. It finn Pablo. No. 2. P. Anne Deer is. The it Nils Rod no. 2, a in dlr to motor.1 is. Duck inn. T in View no. 1. 12 Lars org is. Prrry Vrh hrs. T government p. Front shop is ramps Eal it auditorium. Jav link of games depending on wac shoe and condition of Bayshore entries first race futurity Hilthie sue aunt Iva a Pauloff Joe Dimi Friio in Prylon Betty off of Entjer so so girl kind s Sylvia second Hesse m. Gallant mate nifty Roy tron Lod turf Fly Timo Hall Raisin ass i Cly to to Jack Vico third Milr Vance Meadow Fitz in Nolc or nothing in scr Ftp Park Charlie Agricoli r. Bluffing Bee Mii Larrry s fourth Fly Iii Marshall just rising finn glee Tuffy Warrior Shak Noce photo Vance to Tahoe fifth mile it Nerlon sure thins a Blu wind martial music Nellie mire dust Blondy s Bill Deri s sixth Elindo Dyrl 1-in-Ky Dell of Bunny a a wee lad Kitty Conj a Plains Aurora Sci Ali Agricola Hiir Drock Harrigan seventh race-5-Lff mile hour bum Hunch jul to Money Fjeld Johnny voc mount Solon Ralph Tarzan officer play Miter eighth race futurity my fury Mike Andrew doctor Vance vice versa Linda l. Tally up Portland while pox ninth mlle Ireth a Avo number plate i Silver Joe or tits try Asti narc Betsy Dixon tenth i mite Sheen i f tic Gloria pal by ulcer Trudy Thunder on traffic glee Kim Unfus Bla Jicy rack California , Happy Cross a up Rudy major a Nair mail imn Tuni Lili sour dough Raton Raver Billy Hansen loses unpopular verdict in auditorium match by wih Jirm is to the hassling fan the wicked Queen was to Snow there is no one within howling distance of by when judging on the Nerit of. General unpopularity. Wil iams is the customer s pet be cab. By added new laurels to his tar Lishco Crown with his unpopular win Over Rill Hanson in the main Vanl of the auditorium matches last evening. The match was a two hour three fall scheduled affair but wound up after by took the first fall and the House physician de flared Linnsen too ill to continue. By whipped wins Williams took an almighty beat ing at Hanson s hands for the major part of the fray s 26 minutes. Billy who really knows scientific Grap pling punched by with a variety of toehold and with stiff Elbow Alk Scy preferred to coast along with foul tactics. Both buys were groggy at various stages from exchanging hard Elbow smashes. Hansen came out on top after these periods How Ever and by was forced to frequent the outer extremities of the ring. On one occasion he took a nine count in a Neutral Corner. The people s Peeve managed to break Hanson s wrist locks drop in and double toe holds body scissors etc., with his alleged Eye scratching. Hair pulling strangle holds and knee assortment. Takes the count Williams massaged Hansen s head Between two of the ring ropes to follow up by tossing him out of the ring. Bill Lay prone on the hard a god where lie took the count of 20. At this juncture the Good doctor decided Hansen had absorbed enough punishment for the evening and by took the second fall and the match by default. Jack Wade of. Nebraska and Mike Chacona put on a draw m the semifinal bout. Al Perry won froth Frank Foster in six minutes with a body press Tex Cox won from a l Kasaboski when Al could t return to the mat and lefty Bloomfield and Harold Methany Drew in the by h. R. Santa Anita results furlongs off Balakl s5.20 of Hotbox. Westrope 39.40 15.60 Fercl Jeu. Stevenson 5 80 Fresno. Lisa Belle. To Ikic. Sliver braid. Rushing by. Apprehend and Berenda finished named Rion Luna. 3 fur Lohss a year Oldie alien fac. Mcasy s5.80 n i 6.00 3.80 Bailor. Stevenson 2 8q 2-5. Sny june. Princess it in t sue Quick Gold. Xen oras Fox and Quill Yinto finished As named. Scratched Riv i Phi ale Balkan War and Brief Alo mints. I d 1-ig 7 40 s5.80 17.00 of buddy Pierson i Tibet. Jonos Toni cat. Dpi try time . Russia. ?.1mia.n .2oy is acct dctt1 kick of there. Sea Antl Klyster to Ioctl named. Infinite lady finished of Mccond. Hut was disqualified and la Jeff in last position. Fourth race-7 furlongs 4-year Olds up claim inc Indiantown. Jones Phlox. Mac own Anslen Locc. Gray i ii. Sky Glare. Boston Broom the of incr. Brt Fri gird sky o Blue. Men . Pen talk and Bon centimes finished King Pliam mond. Shah or s6.60 s4.fl6 Dunnn Conn. Stpvpn5on 9.00. 5.40 Boss Martjn Brammer 4 20 is. Stephen any Hodiw Ball. Karol Kha Sody Shasta buddy Why Rau a and tedium finished As named. Sixth 1 i-1b Miles. 3-year-Olds which did not finish one. Two three in1 Handicap sir Ifni Urikh. West rope can l wait. Balakl 440j specify. Workman 4.40 3-5. Rommy. Litchf Minu Lub Indian lose and King s heir. As named. Scratched tedium. Seventh race pomp to rare eco. Westrope i Miles 4-year-Oldii 18.20 5.00 nor 3.0h 2-5. Tor Banc package Pom our Genie. Rodney pan and pass finished As named. Eighth 1ft Miles 4-year-Olds no la Connell s10.20 s6.do Westrope 8.40 540" Payne. Girl Bililc 7.8ft. It Coldwater Antna. Nattline girl. Donna Bonita. Id flavor and Bonny Clather finished in . 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