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CAGE FOUR ADIRONDACK DAILY ENTERPRISE, SARANAC LAKE, K, SATOBDAt, SPORTS Steelers-Eagles Open NFL Action Tonight New Yoric (S>)~Ther« are six game* on the National Football Lea- gue's weekend schedule and by the time the final whistle blows tomor- afternoon the Eastern Division should have an undisputed leader CAUF. JOCKEY NEW CHAMPION Albany, Calif. i'/P) —Soft-spoken Willie Shoemaker is the new world's champion jockey with his 392nd Winner of the year. The Texas-born turf terror hit the winner's circle aboard The Hoop in ine third race at Golden Gate Fields yesterday for *e single vic- tory he needed to better the 39ft- win mark made la! Despirito. year by Tony Spurred by the wild applause of 8.000 fern. Wee Willie came back In the eighth race with bis 392nd winner, Carry Message. Shoemaker, a 22-year-old from El Paso and Los Angeles, stands 4\feef II inches in his riding boots. He weighs 95H pounds. In Saflem, N.H., Desoirito wired Shoemaker \congratulations and lots of luck. I hope I'Jl have a chance to ride against you soon.\ AROARO RIDES DOUBLE N. Y. GIANTS WIN IN TOKYO, 11 TO 1 Tokyo (/Pi— The N«w York Giants toyed with their Tokyo namesakes today, opening a 14- game exhibition bdMbaH tour with a convinptng 11-1 win before 42,000 fern. The Giants stroked 12 hits-irv ckxh/fc 2 home rune and 4 doubles the Japanese, who only i iiw , ,.„„..„ \ could well be a deadlocked affair for first pteceuntess the pace-setting Detroit Lions chalk up their fourth straight victorv at the expense of the Los Angeles Rams. • irai * 1 1 * 1 The action gets underway tonight vwth the Pittsburgh Steeler* favor- ed to take the Eagles at Philadel-j phia and stay in the running for; the eastern title. The big games are on tap fear tomorrow afternoon. In addition/to the Lions-Rams scrap at'Detroit, undefeated Cleveland and Washing- ton hit head-on in the nation's fcapi- tal with the eastern conference lead at stake. Cleveland has won/three, Washington two. BROWNS STRONG IN AIR The Browns present an aerial offense of Otto Graham t o Dante Lavelli and Darrell Brewstfer that'll be hard to beat although Washing- ton's rookie Jack Scarbath is a mighty good thrower himself. Should the Rams whip Detroit, the San Francisco 49ers and Balti- more Cbks are in a position to throw the western conference lead into a four-way tie. The 4Sers however, face the tough Chicago Bears without their spark- plug. Quarterback Y.A. Tittle, and that fact could well lead to their second defeat in as many weeks. GIANTS HOST CARDS The Colts have not been exactly a ball of fire offensively but a fine c p y yesterday won a 4 game* to 2 vic- tory In <he Japan \World Series.\ The New Yorkers led 3-0 at the end of six innings on outfielder Jim Rhodes' home run in the second and RigbtfieHer Monte Irvin's powerful homer In Hie fourth. The visitors slammed in two runs w the seventh and three in each of the eighth and ninth to ice the game. Rtgbtha^ers Al Worttoington and Hoyt Wilhelm split the pitching for the visitors giving nine hit*. New York (JP>— Eddie Aroaro defense shapes up as too much for rode a double at Jamaica yester- day. He won with Dash for Cash |730 and Permian $4.70. IMPORTATIONS TaHahassee (NEA> — Jim Ol- sen, a tackle, is the only member of the 1953 Florida State football squad from Tallahassee. the winless Green Bay Packers. At New York's Polo Grounds, the favored Giants open their home season against the Chicago Cardi- nals in a battle of winless elevens. ^ft 1 :45 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 5 :S5 p.i 1:M p.m. 6:00 p.m. 10:50 p.m. •5:40 p.m. 10:50 p.m. .8:50 p.m. •Sunday Only Lv. Lv. Ar. New York Albany Saraoac Lake •1:00 a-m. 0:00 a.m. 10:40 a.m. 12:30 a.m. 5:15 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:5S p.m. 12:15 p.m. 5:20 p.m. 10:35 p.m. * Terminals * SARANA0 LAKE Hotel St. Regis — Tel. 414 NEW YORK CITY Dixie Bus Depot 241 West 42nd Street BOWLING Ladles Merchant* 1 League Tousley's Holt 124 166 Pettigrew 112 115 Sturdy. 143 152 Carroll 129 171 Davies 183 138 691 762 112 118 149 139 115 Youth Football Player Dies Between Halves Alexandria. Va. (IPf~— A 17-year- old high school football player died last night shortly after he left the field at half tme, com- plaining of dizziness. Police said Lewis Robinson, a member of the Parker-Gray Hgh School squad which played Man- assas High School at Municipal Stadium, was rusher to Alexan- dria Hospital but was pronounced dead a few minutes after arrival. Athletic officials said Lewis in- jured his head last week from un- known causes. Saran&c Lake Coal Co. Tyrell 178 140 131 Merrell 122 146 145 Partridge 142 175 119 Buehler 115 .Handicap 1 High School Gridder Killed When Tackled Clay, W.Va. (.*>— A Clay High School 6econd-string back who got into the game in the last quarter when his team led. 32-0, was killed last night when tackled while car- rying the ball against Glenvtfle High. Dr. A.A. Smith, a Clay physician, said Earl Long, a junior, died ap- parently of a combination of shock and a weak heart. The physician said Long wai struck on the head when he was tackled while carrying the ball. Johnny Bratton Meets Kid Gavilan on Nov. 13 Chicago (JP)~ Chicago's Johnny iratton will get another chance at Welterweight Champion Kid Gavi- ,n in a Chicago Stadium title latch Friday, Nov. 13. Site and date of the match were nnounced yesterday by the Inter- it tonal Boxing Club. Gavilan won the NBA version ^of 155 1 We wonder if the Ohio toom- «m who toantt a divorce be- cause she can't find her hut- band has looked at home. a husband at home FEATHER BOUT TONIGHT Washington (.ft— Bill Bossio of Pittsburgh was a slight favorite t< punch out a victory over Washing- ton's Gene Smith in a return feath- erweight bout tonight. The 9 p. m. EST 10-round box- ing match is scheduled for nation- %vid« telecast (ABC) except for local blackout. FAST PACE Columbus, O. (NEA) — Twenty- eight harness horses posted 49 two- minute miles, an all-time high, ir 1952. isn't hard, girls—just ask him to take you someplace. • • • ., Health officials in a southern toxon have ordered all goats out. It didn't include husbands. * • • Untold wealth can get you into a lot of trouble—if untold on your income tax report. tnako shark with a girth of 44H inches. The'catch-was made by the Patchogue, N. Y., angler off Montauk Point, Long Island, with a- 15-pound test line after an i hour* and *33 minutes.' (NEA) - Farmer Duffy _— Handicap 81 . 136 161 5 5 587 668 • BARBS 6:30 p In che Hazel OkJfiel The I phonsti I public j 8 o'cto eray will be Geor T0tUTO€ spenddi tives iij Form Hoiland after b with th Charl- at Mer undergo Patrol ently aj iice De| Mr. s Pleasani wer e placed end to end they\ son ' reach very few conclusions. Statistics thow fhet pie aver-' age girl who leaves home it about 15. The average who stays home is past 60. BY HAL COCHBAN A STYLIST says men need more color in their clothes. Make ours green, with some President's picture on i t Politicians always J>fo* to name names, and then un'nd up by calling them. U all of the petty arguments 150 447 5 15 640 1895 If you don't get your paper reg- ularly, phone 3. Too many promising people forget to pay back—like- they promised. WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF. HIGH POWERED RIFLES \Open Season\ means many happy hours in the great outdoors pur- suing your favorite game. We stock every- thing a hunter needs... guns, shells, traps, boots, coata and caps. Make our shop your starting point for every hunting trip! f t * > *%y York <*) - Lulu Peres, fl^ frymr<M Bnxtaya feat* erweigbt wMh 2S straight vMoriMi is headed lor « Nov. 2f Madison Square Gordett shot with Dave Gal- YANKEE HULA Billy Martin batted 1000 dancing the hula- hula with pretty Hawaiian maidens. En route to Japan, the Yankees' World Series ace appeared in Honolulu with Eddie Lopat's All-Stars. (NEA) Saranac Lake Hardware, Inc. *Tw^ \\\'\ >• 0WOSIY1 TOWTI RALL the 147-pound crown from Bratton early n 1951. The Chicagoan is still the No. 1 contender in the welter- weight division. Tleese, Dressen Brooklyn (£»)-Charlie Drssstn. who f t job with a pennant winner to manaft a mlaor today that Pee Wee Ree«e would succeed him ai i forsook the Do 13! (COLLEGE FOOTBALL Boston OaUege 20. Fordham Upsak 19. Kings (Pa.) 0 Detroit 27, Villasnova 0 West Virginia 27, George Wash- ington 6 Utah State 14, Brigham Young 7 Sept. 4, before a out made Mm a ctim. • Pap reportedly was next in line for Lulu but ste ex<taa«np basn t resumed tratnuif > wijeii Pep finefly it ready, he'll probeb- iy be matched with Percy Bat- sett of Philadelphia, the k . Sandy Saddler, re word champ, It due to get out of the Army In April. Perez knocked out Joey 0am of Boston last night in* 48 »econdB of the eighth round in a nationally Jd bout at St. Nicholas Arena. A long right hand to 4he Jaw did the trick. Perez weighed 127V&, Cam 128ft. Although Lulu, a 4 to 1 favorite, took care of Cam as expected, he was careless on occasions, taking unnecessary punches. A dancing boxer with exceptionally quid hands, Perez moved in and out to pin-point the onrushing Cam with his clever left. Cam was dropped to his knees by a right to the chin late in <he third. He bounced up but took an automatic eight count. Perez led on all three score cards, 4-3 bv Referee Barney Felix and Judge Bert Grand and 5-2 by Judge Jer- ry Carnegie going to the last round when he out loose wife this finishing attack. hetogfcalmanfwthtJofe^iaJd rday tor the Oakland oh* of tt» (bast raasen sptt wWh the Dodger* t dispute over «bc length .of a contract. He ted demanded a two- year pact and Brooklyn Prsektent Walter O'Halley re*»«d to give m mote *a n a one-year term. \Of course, X don't know what tey*l do,\ Dretten added, \But Reese ought to make them a good manager.. ih he gets <he h lk to * manager ges J, wish him all the luck to *w world and I'll be rooting bird tor him. I think the Dodgers will win the pennant again next year, especi- ally with Don Newcombe back from the Army.\ NEWO0MU WARS DISCHARGE Newoombe, a 20-geme winner wUh lite Dodger* in 1951, it sched- uled lor discharge In February. Reese, veteran shortstop and cap- tain of the Dodgers, is regarded a« the top candidate to lead the club nex year. If chosen, he will be a playing manager. Although O'Mftlky insisted he had nobody in mind yet, he said the next Brooklyn manager would have to be active either on the coaching Ik* or in the field. Ibe Dodger head said he already had received several applications \from some good men\ but he did not expect to name the new mana- ger lor several ufeeks. REE8E NOT CONTACTED Reese, reached at his home in •vffle, Ky., said t » . contacted by **** * to m«M«e wttt I *CB ha* ton* food playing ymtm kit\ Sttt t said. \But now, with Draw— fow, it's something to «ISJ* «bfiut 1 have no way of kaowCag whether I'm being cootkl^sd for the job or not. Nobody fcom «» front office bat, catted m t and I certainly haven't < Cortland State Drubs Ithaca College, 32 to 0 IthaA — CortkBd State Teachers College scored Hi fhst football victory of me season last night in swamping Imaca OoHag», The Teachen, who bad lost *wo games* and tied one, J^ed CM touchdown in each of i periods and cut Iso* more in the final tfmtme. It was Ithaca's second lest to four starts., Detroit 2, GhJcago * («•) Are YOU a'WiseGuy about Fires? Here's how to tell: See if you can find any of these fire hazards in your home: Chimttytotsptrte K you find any of the$« fire hazards — and if you don't get rid of them at once—then you belong with the \wise guys\. Because 9 out of 10 home foes are preventable—and them are the ways and places they start It may t*kt tro«M« t* go \hr—& a bo«to from top to bottom, looking for and getting rid of fire hazards. But it's D«'t Sm Fre a PUce to Start! a lot more trouble to have A fire—eren aside from t to huro^an life and to pete. So N fair to ywtr Hrn^y ! Be fair to you* nttghbom t Bt fair to yourself! Check your home for fire hazanfc today. No, don't put it off till tomorrow-then you mould tea And don't torgrtto prtvmt fonst fir—I it

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