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Thursday, October 24, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Outdoors, horse racingE-3 In Excess may pass OUTDOORSRECREATION New legislation protects hunters from harassment Animal-rights groups complain it violates their right to protest Classic Trainer may opt for Mile instead PATRIOT li V" ULTRA SUPREME y PATRIOT CUSTOM DELUXE AS PATRIOT AMERICAN SPIRIT LXR Ait season steel racmais 2 Steel Belts Whitewall THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 775 Ail season steel mhais 2 Sleel Belts Whitewall All SEASON STEEL RADIAL Whilewall Ex- LOUISVILLE, Ky. In m,v,r'iui!"iu.rrni:n:i.-i EX $2494 28 98 2 Steel Bells P155 80R13 P165 80R13 P17580A13 P185 80R13 P18575R14 PATRIOT ! PATRIOT DELUXE CLASSIC : CLiTcAs ALL StASOM Srtfl KAUALS KALIAL 2 Steel Bella Whilewall j, 411 SEASON STEEL HAOiALS l".l.,.Ml''HII"mit'H:l:M.'lBi 2 Slwl Belli Whilewall ..i.y.riiHirim.i'.vtTimn Any 13" Size '32 Any 13" Size 3G Any 1 4" Size '39 Any 14" Size 'as AnylS' Size fl5 Any 15"Size'fl9 29 95 30.93 31.91 Any 13" Size 'flfli1 Any 14" Size e cess, winner of four in a row and a leading candidate for Horse of the Year, may skip the Breeders' Cup Classic and a showdown with Far- t'l Any 13" Size I Any 14" Sue 33.93 34.94 36 96 P19575R14 P20575R14 P20575R15 P215 75R15 P22575R15 37 97 38 98 '53 57 ma Way, his trainer said Any 13" Size Any IS" Size 39.95 P23575R15 TBI AD Df SIGN MAY VUBY In Excess, winner of the Wood groups and others that it restricts the right of protest and should be declared unconstitutional. Fingerhut called the statute un-needed. He said it was passed because of special-interest groups "flexing their muscle in the Legislature." He did not identify the groups. But Sen. Gary Suhadolnik, R-Par-ma Heights, sponsored the bill with THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLUMBUS, Ohio Wildlife enforcement officers have been given guidelines on the enforcement of a new Ohio law prohibiting interference with hunting, fishing or trapping. The law took effect Wednesday. Jim Johnson, the Division of Wildlife's assistant enforcement administrator, says he doesn't expect any problems, ward on Sept. 15 at Belmont, was pre-entered in three Breeders' Cup races Wednesday the $3 million Classic, the $1 million Mile and the $1 million Sprint and trainer Bruce Jackson indicated he GOODYEA CFGoodrich OHKHMVMl XHa AXIOM XA4 ARRIVA ALL SEASON STIEL RADIAL 2 Steel Belts Whilewall ALL SIASOM tTttL KAOIAL M ALL SEASON STEEL RADIAL 2 SMel Beth WNMaH ,V,MtJII'IHM"n:l:H.'l backing from the Wildlife Legislative was leaning toward the Mile. Ml "The plans have been to run 2 slew Bens wnnewwi P15580R13 $45.54 P165 80R13 52.12 P17580R13 57.94 P1H.HB0R13 60.93 $51 91 LM 5595 r 56 97 M -60.95 111 K) Fund and others that generally lobby for him in the Breeders' Cup Classic," Any 13" Size P17570R13' $61.72 P18570R13 66.05 P18570R14 7585 P19570R14" 73.32 ' P19575R14 74.96 P20570R14 82.32 A P20575R14 80.01 Piij)P20570R15 85.00 tTP20575R15 83.41 nr3 P21575R15 86.93 30 P23575R15 96.56 KCi P205'65R15' 85.20 Jackson said. "Right now, I'm not P18570R14 7U.M P18575R14 66.42 PKM75R14 69.76 62.92 fl'TTWl 64.94 Grfr 67.97 lii )3 P16580R13 P17580R13 P18580R13 P18575R14 P18570R14 P19575R14 P20575R14 P205.75R15 P21575R15 P22575R15 P23575R15 $41.91 50.95 51.91 52.92 55.95 56.96 59 95 63.93 66 96 68 98 69.95 P155180R13 P16580R13 P17580R13 P1O5O0R13 P18575R14 P19575R14 P20575H14 P205'75R15 P21575R15 P22575R15 P23575R15 gun owners. Any 14" Size Fingerhut said '58 '67 72.92 i fc 78 98 Ir.'S. 79.99 Q P20575R1S 7H.1U P21575R15 79.31 P22575R15 81.97 P23575R15 86.37 sure. The track seems to be a very tiring race track, and I don't think that would be to my advantage. I'm looking at the Mile." ft J AnylSUze laws already prohibit most of the activities that the law bans, such as disturbing ...... iimii-miirniiiiii r HiiiiMitMiiiiiimintiaM. I n n m r Kentucky Derby winners btrike The law makes it a crime to prevent or try to prevent others from hunting, fishing or trapping. Actions specifically banned include scaring wildlife away and damaging or removing traps. but the statute is different from others that come under the division's jurisdiction. It requires proof of intent. "It requires us to be more careful, and spend a little more time watching the offender to observe and document," he said Monday. The law makes it a crime to prevent the peace, disorder the Gold and Unbridled also were among the pre-entries for the Classic, one of seven Breeders' Cup races to be run at Churchill Downs ly conduct and theft. S V4T But he said the law restricts speech SXi ToT patmUt PATRIOT I and the right to pro BFGoodrich RADIAL TA Riimtj While Leltrl TOURING 770 on Saturday, Nov. 2. A record 116 horses were pre-entered for the card, which offers $10 million in HXFCBMANCEGT i:.i:.iwi.mm.i Qualifier tests. "It's clearly urv $58 98 P17570SR13 P17570SR13 STEEL RADIAL $48.98 P18570R13- purse money. P1707CSR13 P10570SR13 P18570SR14 P19570SR14 P20570SR14 P21570SR14 $62.92 P19570SR13 P19570SR14 constitutional. I hope it will be chal History will be on the side ot P19570R13 P18570R14 P19570R14 P20570R14 P18570SH13 P18570SR14 P19570SR14 P20570SR14 P21570SR14 P22570SR14 P22570SR15 P23570SR15 $42.92 45.95 50.95 52.92 53.93 54.94 58.98 59 95 62.92 55.95 58.98 60.95 66.96 60:96 $58.98 60.95 63.93 65.95 66 96 69 95 72.92 73.93 79 95 70.95 76.96 86.96 74 94 lenged, he said. 60 95 66.96 72.92 75.95 78 98 83.93 86.96 94 94 88.98 84.94 91.95 84 94 P18570SR13 P18570SR14 P20570SR14 P215 70SR14 P225 70SR14 P225 70SR15 P23570SR15 P255 70SR15 P21560SR14 P235 60SR15 P25560SR15 P21565SR15 Strike the Gold and 1990 Classic champion Unbridled. The past four winners of the Classic were Derby 54.94 56.96 59.95 61.91 6292 65.95 66.96 68.98 72.92 67.97 66.96 71.91 74.94 77.97 76 96 82.92 85.95 93.95 89.95 78.98 Suhadolnik has said his bill has P20570SR14 P21570SR14 P22570SR14 P21570SR15 P22570SR15 P23570SR15 P25570SR15 P25560SR15 P21565SR15 P22570SR14 P22570SR15 P23570SR15 P21560SR14 P23560SR14 P23560SR15 ,P25560SR15 P21570R14 P20570R15 P21570R15 P22570R15 P23570R15 no constitutional problems. P21560SR14 P23560SR14 P255 60SR15 P21565SR15 winners. P20565H15" P21565SR15 Zito seeks magic William Long, lobbyist tor a group called Legislation for Animal Welfare, which opposed the law, said he was not sure if it will be "I hope there's some magic to it like they say the Kentucky Derby challenged. or try to prevent others from hunting, fishing or trapping. Actions specifically banned include scaring wildlife away and damaging or removing traps. Violators could be fined $250 and jailed for 30 days under the measure, which takes effect in the midst of the fall hunting season. Ohio pheasant and rabbit seasons begin Nov. 1. The bow season on deer opened earlier this month. The five-day gun season on deer begins Dec. 2. Meanwhile, Sen. Eric Finger-hut, D-Cleveland, who fought the law's enactment, on Monday repeated claims by animal-rights GOODSYEAR I winners winning the Classic, Strike the Gold trainer Nick Zito said. "He loves the track. He won over it. That's what counts." "I depends on what happens in the field, if anything. We've never had a single incident in the field," OP1I PERFORMANCE RADIALS Raised Whits Outline Lattet Ml Season Cspabllltles D60 A2 Advsncsd high penotmanca tread comoound Hidh Also among the pre-entries was PATRIOT RADIAL GTH PERFORMANCE RADIALS All Season Capabilities Raised Black Lellara M Speed Rallng 205 60HR13 $49.95 he said. 1 think this is just a phantom issue that the Legislative ALL SEASON STEEL RADIAL 2 Sleel Delti High Performenct Farma Way, the D. Wayne Lukas- llRELLI P500 LEGENDARY PERKIRMANCE. RA1.N OR SHINE. Leading-Edge Technology Unique Asymmetrical Tread Pattern 18570HR13 $81.91 18570HR14 84.94 195 70HR14 89 95 205 70HR14 97.97 1B5 60HR14 93.93 19560HR14 97 97 195 60HR15 106.96 205 60HR15 112.92 Fund used for fund-raising. Black serralea Letters patldrmanca. variable pitch. Iread SR Spaed HatM $93.26 nestQn He said there was an demonstration in northern Ohio )PW,70SR15 $90.50 P215-60R14 P215 60R141 P205 60R15 P21565R15 P215'65R15' P21560R16 S(P21560SR14 83.57 trained Horse of the Year contender who won the American Championship Racing Series; ACRS runner-up Festin; 1990 2-year-old champion Fly So Free; Black Tie 96.95 95.95 95.95 101.95 111.31 114.88 $79.95 84.94 85.95 86.96 89.95 P18560HR14 P195 60HR14 P19560HR15 P20560HR15 P215 60HR15 last vear, but it was held in a 53.93 54.94 56.96 58.98 59.95 P225'60SR14 B'.4C P23560SR15 93.73 P21565SR15 86.46 P225 60R16 parking lot. Affair; 1990 Preakness winner Summer Squall, Chief Honcho, Twilight Agenda, In the Groove, Marquetry, Priolo and Star of Gdansk. GOOD'fYEAR Eagle VR50 Pleasant Tap, Wiorno and Cu- i i - PERFORMANCE HADIALS Let us know das, in that order, were named HIT llRELLI P5-6-7-2000 PERFORMANCE RADIALS 20570VR15 P5 $154.00 21570VR15 PS 169.00 GATORBACK PERFORMANCE RADIALS vum HIGH PMOmHCtUMLS alternates and will be eligible if pre-entered horses scratch before DSO Ml 18560HR14 $93.95 195 60HR14 99.95 19560HR15 101.91 205 60HR15 105.95 215 60HR15 107.97 D40 MS 17K70HR13 $72.04 82.00 PERFORMANCE RADIALS Performance radial construction Unidirectional tread deaign ,18570HR13 79 36 the time of entry the Wednes P19560VR14 $111.77 P205 60VR15 126.39 P215 60VR15 127.62 The Enquirer will publish information about sports and 18570HR14 MM i im7HHRI4 90 66 day before the race. 18560HR14 P6 195 60HR14 P6 195 60HR15 P6 205 60HR15 P6 225 60HR14 P6 195 50VR15 P7 225 50VR15 P7 20555VR16 P7 225 50VR16 P7 88 00 90 00 98 00 109 00 160 00 208.00 213.00 22500 P22560VR15 131.56 P205 55VR16 156 80 P20550VR15 147.32 20570HR14 96.43 18560HR14 88.94 195 60HR14 94.08 If all pre-entries make it to post, activities of interest to P205'502R15 $17494 225 50ZR15 196 205 55ZR16 195.95 225 55ZR16 211.91 25550ZR16 213.93 $201.39 213.29 219.7? 129.96 P225 50VR16 P245 50VR16 P255 50VR16 P22560VR15 this could be the best Classic field 19565MH14 . .195;60HR15" 113.87 P225 50VR16 171.26 P245 50VR16 181.60 P255 50VR16 19158 P225 60VR15 161.91 185'65SR15 P2Q00 86 00 ever, Lukas said. 560HR15"nB.9 "This year, I don't think there s LJ!IJ:llrl!LJJrJJB .MIMrMnj.H anybody missing, Lukas said BANQUET: Sparky Anderson, Detroit Tigers manager, will be featured speaker at a Lindenwald Kiwanis Club banquet at the Hamiltonian Hotel Nov. 2. Bill Moeller, executive sports editor and columnist for the Hamilton Journal-News, will be honored. Reservations: Call 887-3044 or 896-4978. BASKETBALL: Men's winter leagues organizational meeting, 6 p.m. Monday, Cincinnati Recreation Commission, Athletic Division, Tower Building, 644 Linn St., 4th floor. Information: Call 352-4020. BASKETBALL: Women's leagues organizational meeting, 7 p.m. Nov. 7, Cincinnati Recreation Commission, Athletic Division, Tower Building, 644 Linn St., 4th floor. Anyone planning to enter a team should attend this meeting. Information: Call 352-4022. BASKETBALL: Adult leagues, Fairfield" Parks and Recreation. Men's Six-Foot-and-Under league plays Monday anrl Tnesdav evenings: Huff-N-Puff leanue "Top to bottom, the field has great depth and quality. Tristate residents. Send information to: Sports Schedule, Sports Department, The Enquirer, 617 Vine St., Cincinnati, Ohio, 45202, or fax It to us at 852-841 9. Include details such as fees, entry deadlines, directions and telephone numbers to call for Lukas trained last year s Horse of the Year, Criminal Type, who was injured and missed the Breed PATRIOT ULTRA SPORT spa All StASOH STtll RADIAL! PATRIOT ULTRA SUPREME STR SPORT a Tnholt. . fHnrkwnlt ers Cup. Of the seven races, the six-fur PATRIOT DELUXE SPORT ALL MASON STUL RADIAL . For Imports 4 Compacts 2 Sleel Belts Tubeless ALL SEASON STEEL RADIAL Tubeless Blachwall Tubeleaa Blackwall For Imports A Compacts 145SR13 $3617 $37.97 hM,,i''imi'!Ud.i'.'imn IIJI1':HJ.l'.71:l:M:iri 155SR12 $25.73 155SR13 28.98 additional information. long, $1 million Breeders' Cup Sprint drew the smallest number of pre-entries, just , filling at 14. 40 86 155SR13 30.93 32.92 165SR13 , 175SR14 )185SR14 165SR13 175SR14 185SR14 165SR15 17570SR13 Besides In Excess, pre-entries m 45 50 53.25 57.12 51.21 56.94 63.02 67.41 38 98 41.91 4393 52.92 54.94 52.92 4595 50.95 55.95 57.97 59 95 $30.95 33.93 34.94 38.98 41.91 39.95 3696 38.98 41.91 43.93 $3595 38 98 40.95 4393 47.97 45.95 42.92 44.94 47.97 4995 155SR12 155SR13 165SR13 175SH14 185SR14 165SR15 17570SR13 18S70SR13 185 70SR14 19570SR14 155SR12 155SH13 165SR13 175SR14 185SR14 165SR15 17570SR13 185 70SR13 18570SR14 19570SR14 elude Housebuster, Senor Speedy 33.93 32.92 34.94 35.95 36.96 37 97 ' 165 70SR13 '175 70SR13 18570SR13 ' 185 70SR14 195 70SR14 18570SR13 18570SR14 195 70SR14 and Safely Kept. (30-over) plays Fridays. All games at Fairfield Elementary School. Play 71.22 MXL TRfAD DESIGN TREAD DESIGN MAY VARY begins in early November, fee: 5juu. Registration unaer way. uuumid tinn- Call 867-5348. BASKETBALL: Eastern Hills Girls League. Divisions through eighth grade, plus recreational and competitive divisions. Season starts first Saturday in December and ends in mid-February. Information: Call Housebuster, the 1990 sprint champion, was injured and, like Criminal Type, also missed the Breeders' Cup last year. Housebuster has won four of seven starts this year, including the Vosburgh at Belmont his last time out, and will be retired after the Breeders' ilillilll: Brad Lockhart at 781-6870. CROSS COUNTRY: Ohio TAC & Midwestern TAC Champi nnehins. Nov. 17. at 10:30 a.m. 8K, MenMasters, 5K Women. GOOO'fVEAR CFGoodrich SENTRY Cup. TRUCK -MIGHWAV S TRACTION RADIAL t N0NRADIAL WtlflAPtAi w-wat thactiom All-Terrain VA Landen-Deerfield Park off Montgomery Road. Information: Call Don Livingston, 634-5320. ....... m nnr. SHOW: Fall Amateur Walking Field Trial, 7:30 a.m. In the Breeders' Cup Distaff, Raiaed WMte Letlsrs PATRIOT RADIAL ALL TERRAIN RADIAL MUD KING Raised White Letters Deep Sell-Cleaning Tread Excellent Traction Radial Hover RV . Eicollenl Traction . Tubeless Outline White Letters WRANGLER STEEL RADIALS Excellent Traction P-Metric AT Oulllne While Letters $96 00 I 106 001 Canadian trainer Jim Day has two fillies pre-entered, Dance Smartly Sunday, Rush Run Wildlife Area, Somerville, Ohio, 12 miles north of L78X15 $6000 $66.00 700X15 5200 5400 750X16 60.00 66.00 800X16 5 58.00 875X16.5 64.00 69.00 950X16.5 7000 80.00 126 00 105 00 i.T nn and Wilderness Song. Hamilton. Sponsored by uoiaen inangie cira uog uiud. miunudiiuu. Pall Umpi Zimmerman at 787-3286. LOAD AT MK LT215 75R15 LT235 75R15 LT235 85R16 30 950R15 3M050R15 32 1150R15 33 1250R15 31 1050R16 5 33 1250R16 5 35 1250R15 35 1250R16 5 126 00 1 137 00 SIZE RANGE PRICE RADIAL Ml WAT thsltiun 750R1S $85.00 $92 00 P20575R15' P21575R15' P23575R15' 30 950R15 3K1050R15 311150R15 $83.93 84.94 93.93 107.97 113.93 124 94 134.95 Day to play it Smartly 875R16 5 88 00 93.00 P20575R15 B $82 92 P21575R15 B 85.95 P23575R15 B 87.97 P23575R15'$56.70 $78.00 3M 050R15 80.10 87.00 321150R15 84 00 331250R15 103.00 124 00 14300 148 00 165 00 RUGBY: City championship, Cincinnati Wolfhounds Rugby Club vs Queen City RFC, 1 p.m Saturday, Church Street, Newtown. Tnfnrmatinn- Call 579-1766 or 533-1156. 950R16 5 97.00 99 00 LT215 85R16 82.00 84 00 LT235 85R16 96.00 98.00 311050R15 C 112.92 'Sporl King Dance Smartly's seven straight victories this year have included wins over colts. But Day opted for RUNNING: All for One Classic, 5K, 10 a.m. Saturday, beginning the $1 million Distaff rather than at Victory Parkway and Cypress. Entry deadline: Uct. ll. iniormation. Poll Rrian Resenfelder at 367-6798. IBS the $3 million Classic. RUNNING: Easter Seal Turkey Chase, Nov. 16, Centerville, inH A 7K marl race and 1-mile "Fun Run." Starting time: 12:30 p.m. THRUST RilClE TOUGH o::e55 an iuui:ii u..c as "They say you're supposed to run your best horse in the easiest race," he said. "We'd rather have a chance to win the Distaff than s20- CnTTEnVSQCo) Up 10 470 CoW Cuntfl mpt Up to 4)0 COM Crmsnrvg Ampi TOTRl 4-UJKCEl i finish second or third in the Clas $an(n96 'AS: sic." Tight Spot, winner of the Ar frojit Eijo nucniREnT up 10 6ic,c"f'"i''L'k J CSps lington Million, and foreign horses Second Set and Priolo are among 23 r Lil'lWW Ml C the field for the $1 million Breed tmf ers' Cup Mile over turf. Itsallgreektome, winner of the TVPB nil ne STRUTS m TVPB 9S ALUMINUM T.ii3 TVPB 09 ALUMINUM ALUMINUM IINUM Keeneland Breeders' Cup this II II $7999 'U CflAOO month, Kartajana and Pistolet Bleu $69" 15X7 15X7 nnTRIDGES 15X733" IV I.V7 head the field in the $2 million, (16X7 $79" j 116X7W9 4jjl5X8.5$89 XL 7 ll2-mile Breeders' Cup Turf. Registration: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Centerville riign acnooi. ueneiiis: taster Seals Camping Program for children with disabilities. Information: Call 317 8552482 RUNNING: Canal Classic, 10K Run and Walk, Nov. 2 in Hamilton, Ohio. Walkers will leave at 9:15 a.m., and runners at 10 a.m., from LJ. Smith North End Athletic Field on Ford Blvd. The TAC-certi-fied course is an out-and-back route over city streets and country roads along the historical Miami-Erie Canal. Awards given to top three male and female runners, and top 20 in each age group. Information: Call 2814RUNNING: The Bill Denny Memorial Road Race, 10 a.m. Nov 2 at Mt. Airy Park. Registration fee: $5. Deadline to register: Nov. 2 31 miles (5K) on park roads. Hard surface. Information: Call Robert Denny at 385-8973 or 741-3132. -i RUNNING: Our Lady of Mercy Hospital 5K (3.1 -mile) run and walk, 8 a.m. Nov. 16, Our Lady of Mercy Hospital, Five Mile and State Road, Anderson Township. Entry fee: $5 preregister; $7 on race day. Information: Call Carol or Don Connolly, 474-1399. RUNNING: Willie's Fun Run, 5K (3.1-mile) run and walk. 10 a.m. Nov. 9, Willie's Sports Bar, 8740 Montgomery Road Kenwood. Entry fee: $6 preregister; $8 on race day. Benefits: AVOISE programs and services. Information: Call Carol or Don Connolly, 474-1399 SOCCER: Women's Learn and Play indoor soccer, Western Sports Mall. No experience required. Clinics last ' hour; supervised play for hour. Tuesday sessions, beginning Nov. 19, last four weeks. Information: Call4VOLLEYBALL: Clifton Community Center, skills classes, Tuesdays, 7:30-8 p.m.; open play, Tuesdays 8-10 p.m., Thursdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Cost: $5. Information: Call 961-5681. liasMSNT COMPANT 88 The Breeders' Cup event also features separate juvenile races for 2-year-old fillies and 2-year-old Co) PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU OCTOBER 26 colts and geldings. u uuuun r-i m nr n r- -lOV ina aBkiaa,BEaW fi.llUIT0 LinTHMSI WAemAtrrv OPEN 7 DAYS Sunday 10 ' ffl to 5 P nt-MoR.-rrl. 7:50 i.m. to I p.m. Siturdi 7 30 i.m. to S p m. CINCINNATI-EAST Soil Gore elvd. CINCINNATI-WEST 63 i3 GWnwjy Aw tAdortnt to Witttorn Bowl) 571-8555 Wp rvtpvt fh rtQht IWh iMnf ittp Tiff Mtwlmtnl mv vtwt tot AH H)rtt can ortjpt nf t4itum in (ot th at irew pftrt lomt ih may tw tMch oiitritxl Ifom Irw manuleKlunM lit tittl olhex lhan ihoa aitvriiMH) mav b availaWa tor Tim Sullivan touches all bases. Read his sports column in the Cincinnati Enquirer pacial nrrtai at atfdilional coil SNpontg tfalayp ff aarfaniy lAdjotenl le ligqi Cnrranct) 7SS-7111 CINCINNATI-NORTH tn-County Moll 1 1700 rVinceteeSpririadola, OH. 871-2822 w mitt tperci'iMi uaiaiia m ttott SEARSllBel FLORENCE, KV. US 4 1 Moll Id. S71-9770 'Mod Ihochi t ltuti Not AKOtlobttin rkvnc 1991 TIRE AMERICA INC.

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