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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, June 06, 1929, Image 11

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Millions o f Dollars Changes Hands In Epsom Derby Race r>n 1 nrmnrrnu Sixty Thousand Paid For HUDSON HALTS Ticket ° n L osing Horse UAD RAH WIND Unexpected Victory of Trigo Causes Much VIl Dti-L/ Ullll/ Money to Change Hands: Royalty See Race. Armory Boxing Bouts To Disconti nue F or Summer Five More Shows to Be Staged; Criscola and Morangothy May Meet in Return Match. T ONIGHT the boxing bouts at the State Armory enter their last month of the season. Five more bouts will be staged before the shows close down for the >ummer. The regiment will be away at camp for the summer and • the fans will be going to the beaches and cult in their cars during the warm weather, so it was thought advisable to call the fights to a halt for a while. So far excellent at- BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP WHITE PLAINS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLS . ; PIICSUTD BT . . •TSE LIONS CLUB T HE name of Trigo, a stout-hearted Irish thoroughbred, was on every British tongue today. Forgetting the failures of the favorites and its own financial losses, the British public was united in tribute to a great horse. The splendid race run by the little known Trigo in winning the Epsom Derby,' first among horse races of the world, cap ­ tured the fancy of the people and had become a favorite topic among sportsmen throughput the world. Despite the fact that an estimated $50,000,000 changed hands as a result of Trigo ’ s surprising triumph yesterday, the greatest interest in the classic race was ns a sporting event in which a great horse won n great battle against discouraging odds. To the Tew who won or loet for- ♦- -------------- tunea on the result of leu than I . sms om . u» >r» w ■' p ™~ “ . w-TS ’ SK. w,™ :\Sr ‘ i ” , b *wri, 0 T.*E7: hlmMlf UOMOO ntbrr .. . dr.-U» ... Trim iKk.t .» th. ' 7.™. (treat atock exchange sweepatakes ' . . * . _ ! A Leeda haberduher. J. L. Brill. ™ C £ ‘ 'and a major atatloned at a far-off f k « V i T v <£. ! army poat at FUJpulana. India. 4 fcS ItakrJend wei^MWOCO^ebTr*^ J,mmy olbb »- **°.00n for » “ >'**- j .take, and were *300.000 richer to- quMnrn , DUrMt , n thp Crwradour I *A cl.rk In . I^ndon e.bl. offic ‘ SSriMSSJ*..\SVf |J. Mackle. had *100.000 aa a remit P — but Crews Forced to Idle Weather flakes I Almost Impossible; Goes Out loiter :er which the three te regatta ■d to drill ting prac- appearance In thla city aeveral llmea In tho put few year* but none of them have luted any length of time. The Armory hap ­ pens to be the only decent place In town to atage them and the Na ­ tional Guard boys happen to b« the only organized group which can draw such good fighters from their 'ranks. Before the quality of the fights was uncertain. Recently moat of the cards have been above par. Knockout Each Time For the lut couple of months there hu been at least one knock- the he morning. p flown close Jch Glendon keep them dge. .He re- Jlow tpem a , rom 'the Jun- ! Walker and varsity had ; Defeat Title Co. Juniors in a Game of Many Hita — Score b 14 to 11. The Battle AVenue Junior High School baseball team which won the title without losing a game all season. The four schools in the league are East View, Battle Avenue, Mamaroneck Avenue and Post Road. rlth a (tale i 1 big. waver j ; ara quarters | Glendon d*- j 1 npt aj prac-1 ' felt that hla ork. He wax' ilng when he i ' rom the float ! back half | a mile had The Title Company Juniors bow ­ ed to the Brown's Bulck baseball team In a game replete with many hits. It seemed to be a hit and run contest for the Juniors scored <11 runs and their rivals 14. The Junlora made almost aa ninny errors u they did hits and thla fact would have given the Bulck team the game In all ppob- abtllty but they wero not content with that so they went out and out- hit their opponents. Horner and Ball made a three- ' base hit apiece. The game went . seven Innings. Junlora AB R H Free, 2b ______________ 4 11 Theobold. cf ------------- 4 12 Correll, as ------------------ 4 11 out registered each week one. Twice, four have been chalk ­ ed up In one evening. This la an ­ other reason why the fans have been coming bock. If tho next five bouts continue In this vein the 102nd Regiment officials will have lltUe difficulty starting things with a bang again in the fall. One of the fights that la promis ­ ed before things close la between Morangothy and Sailor Criscola. The last time here Criscola won in the first round when Billy sustain ­ ed a cut over one e/e. Since then they met in New York and a draw fight resulted. This shows the qual ­ ity of Morangothy and if the bout comes here It should be the best of Yonker* Defeats Roosevelt; Makes Triple Tie Result Local Firemen To Play Two Contests, Sunday and Monday The protest by Yonkers concerning the game .with Rooeevclt haa been sustained and Yonkers beat Roosevelt In a play off. This means that a triple tie for first place in the Westchester County baseball league among the high school results. White Plains. New gai-hrlle. nn* The Whits Plains Firemen baseball team will play aever ­ al games this month. The ones on the books first are games Sunday and Monday. The Sunday game will be played with the Washington Engine Co., of Tarrytown at Woodland Park on the Saw Mill River Road. Monday the team goes to New Rochelle for a gome with the reorganized Hugue ­ not team at City Park. This game is for ten a. m, and tlje first one for two In the after- i higher dur- Callow madr Slater Cup of WestcTiester Bar Association Won by Him For Third Time i away from . clock. They 1. then went lo wait for inothrr hundred t! cared to sell Trigo rrat known to be a With a gross of 81 and a net of 78, Albert W. Hnlgh of White Plains won the Slater Cup at the annual outing of the Westchester Bar As ­ sociation yesterday afternoon for the third time and became the own ­ er of the trophy. Mr. Haigh also won tha presi ­ dent ’ s trophy, a piece of plate given each year to the member of the as ­ sociation who turns In the low the changing and lost two county games. It haa not been learned as yet whether White Plains will take advantage of the playoff or not because of the nearness of examinations. Another one that might be ataged la a return bout between Freeman and Kelly In the heavyweight di ­ vision. Freeman beat Hall here for the National Guard title a^whlle back but recently Kelly knocksd him out In New Ybrk. Kelly must Those of the estimated half mil ­ lion persons who saw the race will : not soon forgrt the magnificent spectaclr of the colorful crowds, the picturesque course and the Royalty was represented by the Prince of Wales, Princess Mary, the Hu I tan of .Zanzibar and others. King George /was unable to attend because of his recent lllndw. The Prince, always an ardent turf fan. was greatly Interested In the race and was one of the first to congratulate Barnett, who was t brought to the royal box after the SIXTY TO PLAY * IN GOLF MATCH County Amateur Championship Take* Place Today at Green Meadows; Brush to Defend Title. There wero ninety-six golfers who teed off at the Brtarcllff cqurae - 47 members of the association and 49 guests. Otto C. Jaeger was runner-up to Mr. Haigh and Senator Walter Westell was third with a gross of New York. June 8 — Jole Ray.* one of thr greatest mllrrs In track his ­ tory- has turned roller skater anil will atart In the first international six-day roller race at Madison Square Garden next Monday, he an ­ nounced here. Fifteen three-man teams are expected to atart the freak marathon. STARTS PRACTICE ' c,r, * t Britain now 1 STAR TS l- KAt in r. 1M0 nfrb y. The two- Hooeick Falls.-N. T. June * the 1929 season, most Psollno Uzcudun began sparring tered In th* 1930 Deri practise here today for hla bout at ihan a year, will be eks New York- June 27. with Max j In the next few montl Schmeling of Germany. He rested ! gulah those to face th yesterday, taking a motor trip to j the next running qf Saratoga Springs. greatest horse race. Lapera and Joe Kelly box tonight in the feature affair. This bout has much interest attached to It. Both boys are top notch fighters and both are eager to get at the other. Anslem of the 369th will meet Sid Relxler of the 238th Artillery In the ■amt-final. Thla bout also bring* FIGHT RESULT IS UNPOPULAR Mr. Jaeger made the beat trip out with 43. Three members tied for the low net score. Leroy N. Mills. ML Vernon; John L. Coward. Port Cheater; and Robert DeForeat. with prlxes to all three. ~v The winner of the kicker's hand ­ icap turned up In Ralph Carettl. with John B. Oerety being awarded the distinction of “the association's worst golfer\ but there was a prize for that. too. F. A. Schrflber took the low-grots prize for guests. Charles W. 8need of Orange County won the kicker's handicap. John G. Flannery of Dutchess won' the low net. John M. O'Rourke woe conaolatlonlst among the guests. Joe Green of Ossining turned In the “ worst first nine.\ Judge El wood Smith, president of the Orange Counly Bar Association, won the prize for the Judiciary. More goiters turned out for the outing this year than ever before, according to Jerome A. Peck. Silas S. CMrk and Frank J. Lamb who took th),burden of the day's affairs on their shoulder*. Sixty plavera are expected lo tee off al the Green Mondow Country Club at rfkrrison. N. Y. for the county amateur golf championship today. Tha exact-number of start ­ er* is not certain Inasmuch aa post entries will be received. This is also true of the other chnmplon- ahlp* but last night moat of West- cheater's low handicap players had designated their Intentions of com ­ peting. Maurice McCarthy Jr, the Inter ­ collegiate champion, who Is now a member of Green Meadow; George Brush Jr, the present champion; Al Brodbeck. captain of the Penn golf team; Leonard-Martin, Rich ­ ard A. Jones jfr. and Ellis Knowlee | were among these. The Westchester County mixed foursome title play was held at , Green Meadow as a preliminary if * the championship yesterday. Mrs ; D. M. Willard of Winged Fool, and | Leo Kaufmann of Gedney Farm, won the event with a score of 39. 42 j — 81. Eleven teams competed. Mr. and Mrs. & E- Hturges of j Scared ale. were second, with 41. 46 j — 87. The Gedney Farm team of Mrs. J. J. Lawlnr and T. R. Tracy finished third, taking 30 on the sec ­ ond nine after a fine 38 for the outgoing half. Results nmmander O. O. Resting an- nced that the Navy eights would here and on the water Sunday rnoon. Peter H. Troy, chalr- i of the Poughkeepele commit- announced that California was e on June 11. arranged at last. The first of these will be between Cabbie Weiner of the 22nd Engineer* and Al Sepo of Fort Jay. These lads are strangers here but their welcome la assured if (hey do as well aa tha others are expected to do. The second six It In the same cat ­ egory. Frankie Dean of the 212th Regiment la matched against Roy McMahon of Fort Jay. Ono four round bout will atart things off but who these boys are haa not been announced. The main bout will go ten rounds and the' semi-final eight. The last bout of the season will be etaged on Tuesday. July 2nd In- Phlladelphla, June 8 — Kid Choco ­ late. Cuban batamwelghL extended hla aerie* of victories last night whan he gained aa unpopular deci ­ sion over Vidal Gregorio of Spain. A capacity crowd of 13.000 spec ­ tator* at Shi be Park booed the de ­ cision. The consensus gave Choco- AMERICAN LEAGUE New York. 8; 'Cleveland. 5. (12 innings.) Philadelphia. 3; St. Louis. 2. Washington. 8; Detroit. 2. Boston, 17; Chicago, 2. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York. 8; St. Louis. 4. dhicago. 4; Brooklyn. 3. Cincinnati. 21; Philadelphia. 4. Boston at Pittsburgh (rain). INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey City. 7; Newark. 3. Montreal. 6; Toronto, 4. Baltimore. 8; Reading. 4. Buffalo at Rochester (rain). SPORTING GOODS — Golf — Tenni* — FuRlng — Boating HEADQUARTERS FOR: ABBOTT ’ S Famous ‘ ‘ Sport ocas in *\ — GA NTN ER Bath ­ ing Suit. — MAC GREGOR Golf Good* — SHAKESPEARE Filing Tackier — X-RAY Sun Hat* — WRIGHT & DITSON Tenni* Racket* — OLD TOWN Canoe* — MULLIN ’ S Boat* — SEA-SLEDS — EVINRUDE and JOHNSON Motor* — BOAT SUPPLIES. . . ^ _____ lard eight and registered tha fin*) round, tha tenth, as a draw. After tha fight It was announced Choco ­ late had Injured one of hla thumbs during the fight and that one of them might be broken. Billy Wallace, Cleveland. 1*5, de ­ feated Bruce Flower*, New Ro ­ chelle negro, 133 1-2. Jack MeVey. New York middle ­ weight. lost a listless ten rounder to George Courtney, Oklahoma. lodaysGames Leaders: Klein. Phils. 14; Hafey. Cards. 13; Gehrig, Yanks, and Ott. Giants. 12; Stmmons. Athletics,' 11; Ruth, Yanks. Jackson. Giant*, and O DouL Phil*. 10. Yesterday's homers: Klein. Phils: Hafey. Cards; Ott. Giants; Barrett and Berry. Red Sox; Cochrane and Miller. Athletics; Mellllo and Kress. Browns, one each. Totals: National League. 244; American, 172. Both leagues, 416, AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland at New York (3:13). 8L Louis at Philadelphia. Detroit at Washington. Chicago at Boston. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at SL Louis. Brooklyn at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Boston at Pittsburgh. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark at Jersey City. Buffalo at Rochester. V* Reading at Baltimore. Montreal at Toronto. Philadelphia. June 8 — The Penn ­ sylvania State Athletic Commis ­ sion has approved th* proposed bout between Bushy Graham, Utica, N. Y, bantamweight title claimant, and Archie Bell, prominent con ­ tender, at Wilkes Barr*, Pa, June Baseball Sidelights Fine Action at Heme Hill, England Joe Hasaler, utility outfielder for the Philadelphia Athletics, was en- route to Portland; Ore, to Join the Pacific Coast League team there. 1 Hla unconditional release was an ­ nounced yesterday. SPECIAL — THE NEW \BUCK-SKEIN ” SPORT COAT for Men and Women, in tho latest color*. Washable, rainproof, service ­ able For balance of thi* week Standings Yeelerday's hero — Rube Walberg. Philadelphia southpaw, who held tha SL Louis Browns lo four hits , and enabled the Athletics to In- j crease their, lead in the American • League to six and a half games . with a 8 to 2 victory. \ FIELD CR9QUET SETS. $2.50 td.$ 12.50 Olympic Stores, h WESTCHESTER ’ S GREATEST SPORTS STORES K * WHITE PLAINS NEW ***' 9200 THE DAILY PRESS, WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1929 E!< 9200

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