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X X TUE Ci: XINXATl ENQL1KER Friday, June 6, 1969 ' JrKt-r .ttyawwwfcri yetwqDy x N River Downs tedious ANZER 1st MANON APACHl till MONTHLY PAYMENT MISS SHEUlYfTTI PKINCE M. t. salcs tag "blessed spt IIUV 0t E. pom music PUHAWAYSPOOk MILL'S SEWARD WILlSABEL APACHE llll ORPHAN STREET WHAT ABOUT ME MISS SHEllEYETTE MISS KUGUIRRE SIS JANE "port music blessed spy plato sprince "runaway SPOOK TUDOR LEA ROSE OF SHERRY 'HEIDI BOY ITSA BINS RUN FOR JUDGE "lOSTTRAILEE PANCHOPAT GIDEON KAY "ruody SONNY ron's girl colonel p. w. "space colonel UMPIRE HILLSUB KING OF MARYLAND SMALL TALK RUFF START 2nd 3rd 4th 5th ITSA IING HE 101 EOT RUN f0 JUDGE GI0E0N EAT LOST TRAIIE GAlllC PEINCI RUDDY SONNY SUSAN A. OHIO'S REST "UMPIRE SPACE COLONEL TRAFA "RING" Of MARYLAND PROBLEMA SMALL TALK 6th 7th Gth Sth River Downs First Race-Purse $1300; claimmq; for maiden tnree. four and live year olds; li rurlonosi Inckevs Hordes Acnooe Abran Enms No Boy Roselio No Boy Madnaal Refers Fernandel No Bov D. Pete Gaston Aoache Bill Sooner Win What Aoout Mt Gnadenhutten Monthly Payment One Link Oe Rooue Arelia Orphan Street Hanon Odd Princess 120 112 107 116 115 107 -,20 115 107 120 107 115 Libertvette Second Rare Purse tiinO: c aimmo; for maidan three, four ana live y" "' one mile end 70 Yards: Brooks No Boy Beard Welch Snell Patterson No Boy No Boy Cassidy Miss Kilouerre 115 Sis Jane 105 110 120 100 115 Etonette Prince M. E. "a-Sales Taq Breezy Patch Kat Johnnv Puleo Whurawey Sam 120 120 120 105 Miss Shelleyette Malme &ui. Coogen-Cl.rmont farm entry. Thin! em-Purse J2400: tor numm t.rtdtl. ds, 5'A Extern Brass 3 R, Pt a-Pleto's Pnnct 113 Hidalgo Sicilieno Patterson No Boy Moraan Brooks Snell Sonic sail B'lly Boy K. Blessed 5rw Banblmo Wind Port rAisic oal Tuff Stuff e-Prtnce Poor a-D. Bateman-F. 108 120 1 13 113 113 103 113 No Boy Pannell-C. Seaman '"I17' j. ri,, tHOOi claiminai fnrthre. and four year, oldj, .ljfurlon.1, lU.llcah Runaway Soook Hill's Reward S-iow Nose Rose Of Sherry Star Judy Tudor lea 109 119 Ml 114 106 106 111 Snell P. Boro'mkR No Boy Rinaouist Fades Sexton Paoano Ghost Gone for Fifth Race n tiinn claiming three, four and five year oios; a'a longs: Bold Prescription 111 115 110 1 10 122 1 1 5 117 115 106 115 115 115 115 110 117 Sexton Schwartz No Bov No Boy Collins No bov Hancock Schwartz R. Boro'mki , Welch Acridoe Mcintosh Brown No Boy Valine Heidi Boy My Quis Gal Dynamite Bella fleet Amber Run For Judge Goldseeker tnsigne 2nd Sharon Beth Itsa Bina Early Strike Nahawa Mr. Startan Rick's Ruler Trudeterd claiming; for Sixth Race Purse $1400 three-year-olds and uoward; six furlongsi e-Gsllic Prince 117 Rosel 116 122 11? 117 122 ! 16 120 Fiesman Collins Roselio Herb'st Mcintosh R Borg'mke No Coy Senton Roborante Brickyard Joe a-Strikeolale Panchooat Gideon Kay Mr. Chicaoo Green Pine Lost Trailer a-D. E. Cox-R. Seventh Race 111 E. Baker entry. -Purse $1600: claiming; for three vear olds an mile and 70 yards. Dot's Honor 114 Colonel P. W. 7 Ruddv Sonny Ohio's Best 9 Oressa L. '2 Susan A. M Tukatxjk 5 lonesome Trail 11? b r:.t 1 7 duoward; ona Nn Bov Hain-erl Snell No Bov Pronner Yaegel Iredale Haimerl Collins ""."' ...l,. ii.. i..L.. Ik,, .nln, a-WfiiM 5taDie-wr5. niuy uncr Eiqhth Race-Purse $1600; claiming, for three-year-olds and upward; one mile 70 V4rdS: "THE MADERIA" Duff's Mistake 122 Mcintosh High Aim J 15 Ryan Soace Colonel 22 No Boy TooExhib.t 5 RoseMo H.llsub 17 No Boy Umoire 1" Collins Trafa '22 Patterson Ninth Race-Pursi $1300; claiming) for three-year-olds and upward; 1A miles: Paopy Whiteside Ruft Start Risky Hill Small Talk First Free;e Problems Princess V-aQ Kinq of Maryland Great Dane Varsity Awards Go To L At UC University of Cincinnati track coach Paul Armor awarded 18 varsity letters in track and 10 for cross country the past year. The Bearcat thinclads had their best dual meet record seven years, going 7-3. In all eight individual school records were set. Senior captain Jim Calloway (Dayton, Ohio. Roosevelt) was selected by his teammates as most valuable runner, with Mike Weisenborn ( C i n cinnati Reading), a sophomore most valuable field man. Freshman Dave Udovic (Cleveland St. Joe) was judged the most improved. Cross country awards went to Terry Bailey (senior from Danville, HI.), with fresh Mike Rogers (Cleveland St. Joseph) most improved. Armor is taking along 11 Bearcats to the Central Collegiate Meet at Bowling Green, Ohio, Saturday. In- eluded are half-milers Calloway and Dan Mock, quar-ter-milers John Wagner and Tom Duffey, hurdler Scott Stargel, Weisenborn in the long and triple jump, Udovic in the mile, Rogers in the six-mile and Bailey and Jim Sluszer In the steeplechase. Noble, Hughes Take Over Lead Marilyn Noble and Leon Hughes of Cincinnati took over second place last weekend in the 27th Hoinke Classic bowling tourney's mixed scratch doubles with their 1266 three-game set. In the men's handicap doubles, Tom Laird and Mac Collins of Columbus, Ohio went into first place with a 1421 total score. Carol Ann Davis of Louisville, Ky. is the new women's new five-game scratch leader with a 1013 score. James Rainey of Xenla, Ohio posted a 10-game handicap score of 2291 to take the lead in that $2000 event. In the five-gime "big money" handicap singles, Rainey'a 1184 was good for fourth place. 3 NO DOV 110 Beard 1 1 5 Rogers 115 Roselio 114 Iredale 121 No Boy 110 Enms 121 P. Borg'mke 115 Ryan RAILBIRD CONSENSUS HAN0N DE ROUGE WHAT ABOUTMl "SIS JANE johnny puleo etonette "blessed spy billy boy k. REAL TUFF STUFf "WHISABEI SNOW NOSE S1AR JUDY "ITSA BING HEIDI BOY TRUDEFERD ' GIDEON KAY BRICKYARD JOE STRIKEPLATE "RON'S GIRL SUSAN A. TUKABUK "umpire TRAFA HILLSUI ""KING OF MARYLAND ' PROBLEMA GREAT DANE Arlington Park Weather Clr. Trick Fast. ... .nn ,1 fvn. 1 I Sneak lip (Gavidia) IS 20 10 60 7.B0 Soact Admiral (Tennenbaum) i-20 3 20 Duk's Fancy (Moreno) Off 1AV7. Time 1:25 4-5. Janea Luck, NuzzlM, Heflo Doc, Cora Queen, Broke 'Em All, Intent Princesa, Prediction, Puis. Ida's Gem also ran. 2nd 4,000, tl, 4YO UP, 1 ml. Tronic Isle (Asenio) 19.60 7 0 5.40 Lavender Bob IMarquez) 3-60 3 00 Extremeno (Gallltano) 3-"0 Off 2:41. Time 1:37. Parir P o. I- rsT UT All, ni nnr. Jwrnr son. Light Of Ag, Good Land, Fashion, Tip O Sea alio ran. Scratched Hydrology II, Oloron (Daily double 14 paid (317.40) 3rd 3,800, cl, mdn 314YO, e t. Laredo Lad (Nono) 8.40 5 70 3 00 Jadid (Spencer) y.2Q 4.4UI Lirrv's Fella (Marquez! J '" Off 3:05"j. Time 1:11 4-5. Molly's Roger, Anahesis, Mongo Pons, Kitty Bank, Mon' Hurst iiso ran. i oh 2:X. Timt 1:13. 4th 3 KO. cl. mdn 3YO, i f. ' Gretk Creek, Grainy Green, Prlbal, Prints Who (Hall) 73.20 20 80 R.IO BIack Booty, Polar Fleet, Flashy Model, Spanish Note (Tennenbaum) 5.40 3.60tLira Laddie, Country Spice also ran. Celium (Richard) 2.80 Daily Double. 11 oaid $182.60. Off 3:44. lime i:uu jo. , 3rd 100, mdns, 3I.4YO, 6 furlonos Hello Princess, Go Now I -ea, Lucky 0'jFlying Tudor (Snell) j.J t Gl. Cvnthia AQain. KUUUV Jtm J'IIt r.i rwrw fluraaa also Witch, Koyai v-orai, v.n.i, -"".Meanietonian (Rosallo) "n- . . 0f 2:54. Time 1:12. (uuinena . . p-.u Bo(),s Rouqnneck Ambery, Arockmup, Sth 6,000, cl, 3YO up, S'i J. ... ,lOld Midnight, Miss Voyage, Lanall. Wild Sketch ivaiuianoi .ou .jv ' '" noev sa ason ivarquez) -uw Cisares (Heath) Off 4:09'i. Time 1:04 3-5. Dude Shines, Lover, Fanny Goo, Kim JTatel'0icra'tches Rendy'i Marv&Shuck's Note . tth 5,000, Cl, 4YO UP. 5' Minho (Anderson) 33.40 11.80 9.40 Silver Joey (Stone) 4.20 3.40 Chestnut Park (Heath) 7.40 Off 4:33. Time 1:04 1-5. it, num ctar. lujtin. Bobanro , Reoa Queen. Greek Jab, Brainerd, Doc's Prl- denioy. New court, oranct aquara mu ran. 7th 7,500, alwc, 4YO up, 1 mile a-Great Depths (Marquel) 4.00 2 60 2 20 Forward Press (Perret) 3.80 3 00 Pointmenow (Heath) 3.20 Off 4:45' j. Time 1:34. . Vif, Gerowa, Crafty Bee, a-Rapid Fire II, Double Quick II also ran. a-Honig Jr-Rejseguet Jr. entry. ihin nan. alwc. 3YO uo. 4 furlongs Eqloga . onm 13.80 6.20 2.40 Faint For Joy (Marquei) 4.80 2.40 Tlmelv Miss (Fires) 2.10 nil c",ni limp iv 1-3 Curragh Mia, Crown Jem, Mighty Fun ny also ran. aih k snn. H. 3 YO. 1 m. Pont of Glory (Heath) 15.20 7.80 4.B0 Far ponzon oionei '"'" t.lll. B-, flrmull I. Hi Off 5:51'J. lime i:j .to. Speediel, Browny Led, Tokyo Glo, Exi guous, Modest way, uinvs war, v.uiunci O'Brien, Wandering Reef also ran luuineiu i-z pain r.vui Belmont Park First Race-Purse $5500; for maiden three-year-olds and upward: six furlonqs: Hnrtp, Wts. Hnre. WIS. Stlckball 1 f5 115 115 115 115 115 124 115 Deltas HoDe 115 Rocknee 115 Roval Anoler 115 Captain Slocum 124 Carried Interest 115 Heavenly Robes 115 Mister Rollins 110 Native Man 115 On The March 115 Warlord Of B'm 115 Farest Knioht Billv Seamon Julie Paul Oh Jak Kvo Cote-De-Boeuf Nez Perce Nehoc Hannv Turnina 115 Morninq Davli't 1 IS Second Race Purse $5000; claiming; fnr thra.vr.Alit and unwardi 1A miles: Kilmorav 119 ' Four Straight 121 See Forever 121 Prince Graff 121 Turn To Dad 119 Worth The Pr'e 117 Rhythmic 110 Ten Cuidado 117 Sea-Fray 119 Hev Irish 121 Arabian Soy 121 Third Race-Purse $5200; claiming for fnnr.vMir.nlHt and unward: 17a mi es: Hard Aoole 142 Cranneq 151 Talk 151 a-Notturno 149 a-Di Monca 149 Gav Soarkle 151 Edoe Of Morn'o 149 Kinas Ball Estruendo Euro Dean 134 139 130 153 Albear Roar) a-H C Elser entry. Fourth Race-Purse $5500r for maiden two-vear-olds: 5Vi furlonow 1 Walker's 122 Budapest 122 Feather Rule 122 Prince Turian 122 Bonnie Bia Ben 122 Climber 122 Fried Eoos Over 122 a-Haranaue 122 Herbalist 117 a-Naskra 122 Australian Pine 122 Wilkinson 122 Bank Holiday 122 Princely Margin 122 Nail To The M't 122 a-Lehman-Elmendorf entry. Fifth Race-Purse $5500; for maiden two-vear-olds: 5V2 furlonqs: Hero Of The H'r 122 Elva's Kino a-Prime Vent'e 122" House Seats Sailstone 122 Mishe-Kokwa Knesset 122 Gun Stock Th nrxftsman 122 a-lssue 122 122 122 122 122 Thank You Ki'y 122 Rule By Reason vu Mr Solendid 122 'The Rector 117 a-Webster-Claiborne entry. Sixth Race-Purse $8000; allowances; for three-vear-oids and upward; six fur-lonosi Soace Bird 119 Transito 115 Full Soeed 119 Our Cadet 115 Duty Officer 110 Ghost Train 124 Fo'c'sle Fiend 110 Lost Your Mi'ns 1 19 Seventh Race - Purse $15,000: allowances: for three-year-olds and upward;-13 miles: Watch Fob 119 Svmona 2nd 114 Holiday Sea'n 111 Rimark 119 Harem Lady 121 Raison D'etre 121 Lisas Princess 121 Mount Reoina 121 Eighth Race - Purse $10,000; allowances; for three-year-olds and uoward; 1 miles: Imperial Way 124 Fermovle 109 Prince Trior 124 Mount Mansfi'd 1 19 Emmitsburq 109 Goosens 119 Ninth Race-Purse S500; handicap; for three-year-olds and upward; Wi miles: Maqqie Fast S'p 110 Show Talk 120 You Cant Tell 116 Lady Garaldine 109 Chicago Flo 113 Something Rare 112 Sporting Flight 122 Belmont . .1st 4.300. cl. 3Yo ud mdns, ( f. Bazoom (Ussery) 9.20 5.D0 4.00 Princely Gift (Belmonte) 6.60 4.20 First Kill (Baeza) 8.60 Off 1:30. Time 1:12. Caicos. Gregory's Pride, Klmberly Girl, f-Jennifer Douglas, Brush Baron, Gallant Image, Haile, Mink At Last, t-Young Swinger, t-Gray Matter, Clearing Later also ran. f-Fleld. ind 4.S0O. cl. 4YO UP. 1 114 ml. Travelin Chassi (Sor'nt'o) 7.00 4.00 3 20 Blueberry Muffin (Adams) 6.40 5.00 Lady Avalon (Turcotte) 4.20 riff 1:00. T me 1:46 3-5. Fairy Good, Lauralation, Remsen's Lane, Bozanga, Little Doll 2nd, Predawn, Hey Sug also ran. (Daily double 9-7 paid JIM 00) 3rd 5.200. clma. 2YO, 5Vi furlongs Rrt Pavllllnn (Cordero) 24.40 8 20 5.20 Needle And Ball (Fryer) 6.60 5.60 Vortex (Ussery 5.40 Off 3-30. T me 1:06. Braddock's Road, Target Field, Orbit Of Glory, Rythm, Nationalistic, King An rtarhec Also ran. 4th 10.000. ale. 3YO UP, 1 ml, (turf) Thai Silk (Cordero) 5.80 3 60 2.40 Midnight Hugh (Woodhouse) 7,00 3.40 Svzygy (Fryer) 2.60 nrf von Time 2:17 4-5. Mix And Mingle, Tomtom 2nd, After M also ran. .... Sth 15,000 added, 4tu up, i i-ia mi. (Th. Buthwick Hurdle Handicap) Top Bid (Aitcheson) 1020 5.60 4.00 National Anthem (Small) aJJO 4.60 Kurrewa (Twvman) 3.20 nf, T ml j:jo. tcourse record; Bonnv Johnny, Lake Delaware, Bonave- na, My Chap, Burn The Candle, Genles pride, tl Marrino aiso ran. &th lOJVin. ale. 1YP UD. 7 T. Fvpr On (Cordero) 16,40 7.80 3.60 True North (Belmonte) 5.20 3.20 Godspeed (Ycaza) 2.6 utf 4:ro. nme i:4 i-a. Quid Pro Quo, Larceny Kid, Chichester, Royal Tom also ran. 7ih if.rwo. ale. JYOS up. I f. Pluckv Pan (Ycaza) 4.20 3.20 2 80 Juliet (Velasquez) 3.60 3.00 Sarita (Boland) 3.60 Off 4:30V2. Time 1.11. Amarfancer. Someday, Teddy's True, La Meme Chose, Recall, Clara Colomba, Go Go Windy also ran. ath 4.H. el. 3YO. 7 f. Ship Leave (Cordero) 16.60 6 90 3 00 Jaipur's Jet (Turcotte) 4.4g joo Amberville (Ussery) 3.00 Off 5-00. l me i:zj4-3. Gaynever, Dr Allan S, Dixie Gus, Royal Lure, Misty Dit, Estacourt also ran. Ith 4.8S0. cl. 3YO UD, 5'l f. r'mim Courage (Baeza) 8.00 3 60 2.60 Hail's Image (Velasquez) 3.00 2 .401 Farmer Snob (Hartack) 2.60 rt .m Time 2:32 3-5. Hill Haste, Prince Oscar, Bitter, Twln- (ATfenuacnv aa,ti. nanail ,o,Jirj m . CONSENSUS Arlington 1-M.n Fast 13, Henry Nett I. Starry irirchel 7. I-BUTTERFIELD RO. 1, Rtfuilk Rider 10, Nirvoui Gaarie A. ' J First Front 17, Hypecriiy 11, Direct Arrew I. 4- outry II, Ntrt larrt 11. Mr. Peacaci 7. 5- Ro-n Fiesta U, Plaaiaatlr , Farlern I. 4-Marcia Royal 10. Mamtellt Js f, Lemarle S. 7-lnteniitlyo 13, rlamlet'l Rultr Firm Hand t Porto Belle II 13, Bif Tin II. 11. MtmoacM I. -Richard Y. IS, Loopy Loop $tatoma 4. IS, Belmont 1- Htavealy Robtl IS. Gott-Dt lotuf 13, Happy Turning II. 2- Araoia Spy 13, Sea-Pray I, Sao Forever 4. 3- Tails 25, Albtra Roid 10, Edge 01 Morning S. 4- Princo Turian 17, Australia Pint 7, Naskra S. 5- liiut 10, Elva'l King t. The Drafts-man 7. e-Ghiit Train II, Full Spee IS. Our . Cadet 7. 7-HAREM LADY 27, Mount Rlglna I, Watch Fob A. t-Fermoyle 22, Imnrial Way 12, Prince Trior S. -Lady Geraldino 22, Sporting Flight IS, Show Talk 4. River Doicns Weather Cltar. Trick Fait. iit- 1,400, Clmq, 344YO, 5"i furlonqi uanrw'LO'Ct Daron (nnaarigaii "'PP' rwr. ICnlml 71.00 16.80 7.40 3.60 2 80 Miss Blue Chip (Roselio) 1 3.40 Off 2:05'j. Time 1:06. Yorky Spy, Silly Affair, Zlno Flv, Gold en Feet. Bob De General. Sunday Treat. urew's sweetie also ran. jnd 1,300, clmo. 1YO us. 1 furlsnai Will Fioht (Collins 5.20 3.60 2.60 4.00 3.40 Uhl's Son (Mcintosh) Mighty Wave (Siclliano) 8.20 20 r V 6.80 5 00 4.40 tanned Aldy, Milford also ran 4th 1,700, alwc, 344YO, furlongs Royal Gemini (Sexton) 3.20 2.60 5.20 Clemaro (Morgan) 8.60 4.20 coster Board (Rosenoj 2. Off 3:18'. Time 1:10 4-5. Radar Control, Jadrant, Beau Nance, wendy ho, union Pete also ran, 5th 1,300, clmg, 1YO UP, 5"i furlongs Seven Strikes (Rogers) 19.60 9.60 6.20 Khal Kin (Acrldge) 33.20 14.60 Ricky J.G. (Morgan) 3.60 Off 3:45. Time 1:05 3-5 Bright Side, Stoker Boy, Four Below, Hush Yo' Fool, Timely Note, Stout Fox, Jet Of Jets, Top Art also ran. (S3) Quinella 17 paid 5354.30 tth 1,400, clmg, 3YO up, 1 1-16 mile Bar Gossip (Roselio) 12.20 4.80 3.20 Bestuvall (Torres) 4.80 3.40 Draw Trouble (Welch) 4.40 Off 4:09. Time 1:46. 7th 1,700, cl. I. Ranney Weslher (Snell) 9.20 t V 2.60 Com Cedere (Acridge) 14.20 S.20 ers Lightning (SKEXTONI Off 4:33. time 1:11 4-5. Mod Maid, a-LesraO OiWADY Gorgeous, Lady Latezia, Enoy Life, a -Queen Edna also ran. a-Rodriquez-Adams entry Ith 2,100, clmg, 3YO up, i furlongt Velvet Brass (Iredale) 6 00 3.60 2.60 Amaiet (Herbstreit) 3.40 2.40 dbmi, Pn.H immnO 4.00 r -' Off 4:57'j. Time 1:11 2-5. Little Gam, Venetian Fleet, L Puppet- ta. General Bob also ran. 9th MOO, clmg, JYO up, 1 ml 70 yds Rapatino (Mcintosh) 4.40 3.80 3.40 Paula Will (Borgemenke) 4.40 3.60 Record Breaker (Cotter) 9.20 Off 5:20. Time 1:45 1-5. Par For Steve, Admiral Veuqhn, Time Payment, Don't Thread On Me, Spring Air also ran. (S3) Quinella 17 paid 135. in. Gallazo, Sharon's Dream, Colleonl Lady, Gray Red also ran. Attendance 1,33, nanoie k'i.u. Arlington Park First Race Purse $3800; claiming; for three-year-olds and upward; six turlonqs: Horses Wts. Horses Wts. Dot's Lollypop Gossip Bearer Will Out Having Good Time a-Miss Fast Twisty Maid Honey Note 118 118 116 111 118 116 116 Vivid Star b-Romrot Ponder Naught c-Miss Fusilede Classic Baby Quilla Sun b-Stralton a-Rachel K. 116 116 118 118 111 118 118 118 116 Starry Britches HI c-P. J.'s Pick a-Reinhold and Fowler entry, b-lofton and Viar entry. c-Berndt entry. Second Race Purse $3500; claiminq; for threa-year-olds and upward; six furlonqs: Fleet Flamingo 103 Don't Dally 106 Niqht Choir 116 Andy Aqain 107 My Bebuke 106 Nervous George 116 Rainbow General 116 Roguish Rider 118 Black Valise 116 Dude's Finale 116 Dana Lee 116 Jet Leader 111 Butterfield Rd. 120 Bobbie Lee 111 JetO'Miqhtv 111 Third Race Purse $4200; for three and four-year-old maidens; six furlongs: First Front 113 Raven Scot 113 Direct Arrow 113 Hit Song 108 Hypocrisy 113 Fast Revolver 113 Parham Ruler 113 U. S. Choice 113 Fourth Race Purse $4500; claiming; for three-year-olds; 1A miles (turf)i Champagne Mr. Fisher 116 Complex 111 Mr. Memphis 112 Negro Barro 116 Dancing Dandy 112 a-Little R n Drop 107 Roguery BahdKidd 116 Mr. Peacock 112 1-LegUp 112 a-Read and Scott and Ballis entry. Fifth Race Purse $4500; claiming; for three-year-olds; 5Vj furlongs (turt)i Floor Partner 11 a-Dr. Greene 116 M. 4B. Mistaki 114 Forlorn 111 Pleasantly 118 Roman Fiesta 1 16 a-Benjamin-Meitus a-Nubia 107 Everett's Money 113 entry. Sixth Race Purse $6000; allowances; for three and four-vear-olds; 1 mile (turf It Marcia Roval 109 a-Rosethorn 109 a-Castle Lovely . 118 Galloglass II 118 MamselleJess 107 Brookstone 112 b-Rocky World 107 b-Lamarle 107 a-Seltzer entry. b-Roberts entry. Seventh Race Purse $6500; claiming; for three-year-olds; seven furlongsi Shuck's Note 112 Charlie Jr. 112 Strong Strong 116 Hamlet's Ruler 120 Herason 112 Firm Hand 118 Intensitivt 116 Eighth Race Purse $10,000; allowances; for three-year-olds and upward; 5Vt furlongs (turf): a-Red Spice II 117 Felony , 119 Hempaces 117 Biq Tim 114 a Blascoll 114 Porto Bello II 114 Bright Object 114 Fast Music 114 a-Fence Post Farm-Foxcatcher Farm entry. Ninth Race Purse $4200; claiming; for four-vear-olds and upward; li miles (turt): Hydrology II 112 116 112 a-Dicky Dan Pocolody Sandys Pet My Speaker Mr. Jetson 116 Richard Y. Statesman Amaneyeful 112 112 111 114 109 a-Loopy Loop 116 Lovers Concerto 1 1 1 a-Hazelton-Penton-Colthard-Treio entry. Lebanon Raceway First Race-Purse $500; condition pace; for three, four and five year olds; one mile: Miss Witty Time, Pepper Byrd, Rus-tee, True Cheekie, Fleet Gallon, Janey's Dream, Billy's Cindy and Special leader. Second Race Purse $600; condition trot; for three-year-olds and upward; one mile: Sand Dollar, Bay May, HI Babe Sayre, Knight Romance, Poverty Ridge, Ralph Abbe, Fall Of Pompay and Bett Honor. Third Race Purse $600; condition pace; for three-year-olds end upward; one mile: Ensign Lea, June's Son, Mitzi Rambler, Pointer's Pride, Hoosier Joe, True Dutchess, Jay Dee Blackstone and Gretchen Meadows. Fourth Race Purse $800; condition trot; for three-year-olds and upward; one mile: Mr. Hennesey, Crown Prince, Chief Dean, Traveling Man, Milford Demons D, Edgerton Lady and Pat's Pal. Fifth Race Purse $600; condition pace; for three-year-olds and upward; one mile: Simon B, Burley Belt, laurel's Time, Stardust Folae, Stretch, Adios Cnarles, Royal Flush and Pleasant Princess. Sixth Raca Purse $700; condition pace; for three-year-olds; one mile: Limberlost Way, Red Blade, Feeble Frost, Roan Beauty, Queen's Pagan, Ohio's Gene, McLlzzy and Noble Scot. Seventh Race Purse $800; condition pace; for three-year-olds and upward; ona mile: Virgil Abbey, Dike Lee, Gladys Lind, Mr. Royalty, TV Ruby, Miss Shapely Glow, and Gemini Jane. Eighth. Race The Commodore; purse $2000; Invitational handicap trot; for three-year-olds and upward; one mile: Stretch Drive, Victory Ron, Misi April A, Mudge's Tommy, Miss Famous Song and Pat Hand. Ninth Race The Mountaineer; purse $1500; preferred pace; for three-year-olds and upward; one mile: Ensign Rose G, Edgewood Champ, Malted, Wingait Champion, Metropolis, Our Merry, Trojana and Gail Diller. Tenth Race-Purse $600; claiming: handicap pace; for three-year-olds and upward; one mile: Bunny's Pride, Dudley All Star, Adios Dean, Billy Joi Hal, Win-tery Green, Cheyenne Dickey, Queponco Don and Gamble Pat. 6 ' f' Public Poll-Shows WASHINGTON (UPD Republican whip Hugh Scott predicted President Nixon's antiballistic missile system would easily win Senate approval now that-a nationwide poll reported 84 of . the population favors an ABM. The Pennsylvania senator said the poll ran counter to his mail, which opposes the safeguard ABM by nine to one. That, he said Thursday indicated there was an organized letter-writing campaign conducted by anti-ABM forces. The poll, Scott said, was conducted by the Opinion Research Corp, of Princeton, N. J., for a new citizens organization formed Radicals Not Only XT t unhappy I I J Warns Legislator WASHINGTON (AP) Rep. William A. Steisjer of Wisconsin, one of a group of Republican House members who recently visited college campuses across the country, said Thursday student unrest is far more widespread and serious than is generally believed. Steiger said it is a mistake to assume that only handfuls of revolutionary students are dissatisfied with the way colleges operate now. "The disaffection and alientation which one finds in student revolutionaries is widespread throughout many student bodies," Steiger said. "Vast numbers of bright, dedicated, sincere students are just as deeply disturbed as the so-called revolutionaries. The difference is that they have not yet rejected completely the view that they should not resort to violence." Steiger testified before a House education and labor subcommittee considering legislation to deal with campus unrest. The group later failed to agree that it should even act. Chairman Edith Green (D., Oreg.), who says action by congress is necessary in the face of national concern, abandoned efforts to win over her subcommittee and said she will turn to the full committee next week. House leaders have passed the word to the House Education and Labor committee to come up soon with a moderate bill that can command broad, middle ground support. There are deep divisions among the members as to what course, if any, Congress should take on the issue. Steiger was one of those telling the subcommittee it might make things worse by passing any legislation. Any long-range solution, he said, will require greater understanding by both the students and the authorities. "We have to sell them on the idea that democracy works, that the system is responsible, that changes can be effected through legitimate channels," he said. "Students will not be coerced, they will not be cowed by the threat of punishment or the application of overwhelming force." Steiger's opposition was aimed at a bill by Rep. John N. Erlenborn (R., 111.), that would require colleges to adopt a code of conduct for campus behavior as a condition of getting Federal funds. Failure of the college authorities to enforce the code would lead to withdrawal of further Federal aid. MRS. GREEN called Erlenborn's bill "a reasonable approach," and indicated she would try to use it as a basis for the legislation she will put before the full committee next week. The fund cutoff proposal drew strong opposition from other members, however. Steiger said his talks with students on his recent trip convinced him such legislation would increase the number of revolutionaries on the campuses and compound the problems of university administrators. U. S. To Keep Bases In Spain Under Pact WASHINGTON UP) The United States has reached agreement with Spain and the State Department with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for continuation of U. S. military bases in Spam. Sen. J. W. Fulbright (D., Ark.), chairman of the committee, reported the settlement Thursday after a briefing by U. Alexis Johnson, undersecretary of state for political affairs. It provides for a two-year extensio nof the 15-year-old arragnement under which the United States maintains a submarine base and three Air Force installations in Spain. Fulbright said the new agreement will be signed soon, perhaps within a few days. It settled. a twin dispute, between the two nations over terms for continua to mobilize public opinion in favor of the ABM system. The group, called the Citizens Committee for Peace with Security, Includes Clare Booth Luce, former ambassador to Italy, professional football coach Vince Lombardi and Roy Campanella, former major league baseball star. Many members of the committee are leading contributors to the Republican party. Its headquarters is the New York law firm of Leonard Hall, the former Republican National Chairman. A SPOKESMAN for the group said it had no connection with the Repub c, i . students, tion, and between administration and the Senate panel over what the United States should do in return for the bases. Originally, Spain had sought more than $1 billion in U. S. arms aid in exchange for a base renewal: The United States re-' fused, Spain cut the request to $300 million, and the United States made a $175-million counter offer. Those figures were based on a five-year renewal, Fulbright said. Building Value Set The six-story building of the Cincinnati National Mattress Co., Pearl and Lawrence Sts-, appropriated by the city for central riverfront renewal, was valued Thursday by a jury in the Common Pleas Court of John W. Keefe at $113,000. 84 Want An ABM System lican National Committee and received no outside financial support from any organization. The committee chairman. New York City attorney William J. Casey, delivered the results of the poll to Scott and asked him to make surrall 100 Senators were aware of It. Casey said he did net feel the committee's pro-ABM stance influenced the pollsters and said the project was conducted along objective and scientific lines. He also said it contradicted the impression that the American public opposed an ABM, created by a letter-writing cam GOP Senator Takes Crack At mxon BY JOHN W. FINNEY BY JOHN W. FINNEY (C) New York Times Service WASHINGTON The Nixon administration came under attack from its Republican flank in the Senate Thursday as Sen. Clifford P. C a s e (R., N. J.) moved to force the iss.ue in the missile, defense controversy. ' The senator announced that at an appropriations committee meeting today he would offer an amendment to an appropriations bill which would call upon President Nixon to seek a moratorium on testing of multiple warheads for mis siles. The Case amend m e n t , would express the sense of Congress that the United States should cease testing MIRV (for multiple inde-pendently targetable reentry vehicles) warheads so long as the Soviet Union refrains from testing multiple warheads. IT WOULD ALSO call upon the President to set 50 Aulos Alongside Boeing 747 Give Idea ... of huge size of world largest transport U. S. Gigantic 747 Steals Limelight At Air Show BY WILLIAM H. STONEMAN Chicago Daily News Foreign Service PARIS TheUnited , States has stolen the limelight at the Paris air show, now taking place at Le Bourget Airport. Despite fierce competition from the much heralded Concorde, the world's first supersonic transport, the honors have gone to the Boeing 747, the world's largest airliner, with a capacity of 374 passengers. Among the other exhibits at the ,show the-magnificent American display centering around the Apollo 8 "in person," with a brilliant set of other items connected with American . achievements in outer space, has overshadowed the competition. The Boeing giant, due to go into operation with Pan American World Airways just before Christmas, drew thousands of eager visitors when it was opened to the public Wednesday. It had flown from Seattle on Tuesday, landing smoothly in a storm that brought visibility virtually down to nil. While everybody is interested in the Concorde, which has been developed by France and Britain as a joint international venture, it still is regarded as more of a stunt than a commer- clal proposition. The Boeing 747, with its huge payload, paign directed "by a small group ' of militant opponents." "The real voice of America is not ' being heard," Casey said. . The poll, he added, sampled the opinion of 1500 persons in 86 areas of the country and cost $10,000. To the question, "do you think the United States should have some sort of ABM defense or should not?" 84 said yes, 8 no, and 8 had no opinion, Casey reported. A SECOND . q u e s t ion asked, "President Nixon has come out for a limited ABM system called the safeguard system which is supposed to protect our s ABM Froffram & a date for t.hf start, nf talks mpdlate halt, is imi a date for the start of talks on strategic arms limitation with the Soviet Union. In the conservative Appropriations Committee, the Case amendment is almost certain to be rejected. But that would still leave the senator free to carry the issue to the Senate floor when the supplemental appropriations bill is called up for debate and voting in the next few weeks. The result would be to set the stage for a test vote in the missile controversy v somewhat sooner than expected and not exactly on the administration's terms. - With the administration still defending its Safeguard missile defense sys-, tern against technical objections, the opposition is shifting its argument to what it regards as the larger issue of stemming the nuclear arms race. THUS, AS REFLECTED in the proposed Case amendment, the opposition is contending that unless an im is bound to coin money for the airlines and is a proved product with the bugs already removed. THE CONCORDE, on the hand, exists in only two Volpe Hits International Air Fares (c) New York Times Service ' . PARIS John A. Volpe, the United. States secretary cf transportation, criticized international air fares Thursday as too high and too rigid, and called on airlines to pass on to travelers the "big savings offered by the new jumbo jets. ' - . ' Volpe visited the Boeing 747 jumbo at the Paris air show at Le Bourget Thursday morning and expressed admiration for the 374-passenger craft, which is ' scheduled to entev service this winter. Pilot Killed As Copter Crashes At Paris Show PARIS UP) -An American-built helicopter faltered during an exhibition climb and plunged to earth Thursday at the Paris air show. The pilot, a British subject., was killed. The Fairchild-Hiller FH-100 utility craft crashed about 100 yards from a crowd of spectators at Le Bourget airport. There were no casualties other than the pilot. .'Do you think the U. S. should have an ABM defensive?' 'Yes' - 84 ' 'No' - ability to strike back at an .attacker. Do you think Congress should approve this system or should not?" Answering yes were 73 while 10 said no, 3 said "it depends," and 14 had no opinion, Casey said. The pro-ABM opinion, he added, was shared equally by Democrats and Republicans and cut across all segments of the population. The poll showed that 80 of those between 21 and 25 years old, 75 of those living in large metropolitan areas, and 72 of easterners favored the ABM. That, said Casey, put to rest the generally held opinion that persons in those categories were nearly solid against an ABM. mediate halt is imposed on MIRV testing, it may prove impossible to reverse the nuclear arms race in any negotiations with the Soviet Union. ' And if MIRV warhead development is stopped, it -argues, then the urgency is removed for deploying an antiballistic missile system whose principal justification is a defense against multiple warheads launched by Soviet missiles. Of considerable political significance was the fact that Senator Case, normally cautious, chose to make his move in defiance of recent administration statements. Only Wednesday President Nixon suggested that military critics a term . which he used broadly enough to include ABM opponents were isolationists or unilateral disarmers. Instead of. deterring Senator Case, the President's criticism only reinforced his decision to proceed with what amounts to an anti-administration amendment. prototype versions and still is regarded with doubt by many technicians. Its ability to make a profit, with a capacity of fewer than 140 passengers, is open to even greater doubt. THE DEAD MAN was T. S. MacDonald, 36, a test pilot employed by Helicopter Sales Ltd., a Bntisn nrm. Witnesses said the 30-foot helicopter was climbing with its vnose pointed skyward whan something apparently went wrong with the main rotor. The exhibition was televised and many viewers said they saw the crash clearly on their screens.

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