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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, October 24, 1970-B7 The 0?rZmS sl Former Champ Sites 'Pressures9 Clay Predicts Victory Clipboard- scores Schedules Standings this citadel of the Old South to the ring return of the sleek, talented Louisville Negro, born Cassius Marcellus Clay, who was stripped of his title and indicted by the Federal Government for failure to enter military service. Gov. Lester Maddox, criticizing him as a draft dodger, declared Monday a day of mourning for Georgians and said he hopes Ali is knocked out in the first round for a "count of 30." Patriotic groups have objected to the fight. There have been numerous crank letters. "We aren't taking the letters too seriously," said Lt. J.D. Hudson of the Atlanta Police Department, one of a group assigned to the prefight workouts. "As far as I know, no special precautions will be taken at the fight. We expect no trouble." The bout will be staged in the 5,000-seat Atlanta Municipal Auditorium with tickets scaled from $15 to $100. Some $100 seats remain unsold. The biggest revenue is expected from the live television showing overseas via satellite and closed circuit TV, where 900,000 seats are available. ATLANTA (AP) - Glib Muhammad Ali warned yesterday that the drama and controversy of the occasion as much as his own punishing fists would bring the downfall to Jerry Quarry in their 15-round fight here Monday night. "Something is going to happen in this fight that only me and people close to me know about," the quick-tongued ex-champion, making a comeback after 3V2 years away from competition, said. "Quarry is not used to all this pressuregovernor talk, racial trouble, flags flying, warnings of trouble. He is used to just the sports aspect of the fight. Controversy is old stuff with me. "It reminds me of when I fought Sonny Liston at Lewiston." In Lewiston, Maine, where Muhammad defended his title with a first round knockout of Liston May 25, 1965, there were warnings of assassination because of Ali's Muslim ties. People were searched when they entered the arena. "But it wasn't me who was paralyzed with fear," Ali said "It was Liston who lasted only one minute." There has been a mixed reaction in - I V' t''i ' f m"'" UP I Telephoto Cassius Clay Goes Through Final Three-Round Sparring Session Post Scripts Heavy Rain Suspends Kaiser International j ' ' ' Golf oughbred now active with $846,749. Jorge Tejeira will ride the top-weight Nodouble (126 pounds). Player Sues Rams SANTA MONICA, Calif. -Former Los Angeles Ram defensive end Greg Schumacher sued the club yesterday f8r $60,800, charging breach of contract. The 6-foot-2, 240-pound lineman, who was a starter in 1968, was injured during training camp this summer and was waived after playing in two pre-season games. He claimed in a suit filed in Superior Court here that the Rams owe him his 1970 salary, which he said was $26,000 plus bonuses, and 90 per cent of his 1971 salary plus bonuses. Schumacher claimed the $60,800 would repay him all the club owned on contracts for the two seasons he signed. ACC Withdrawal COLUMBIA, S.C. - University of South Carolina trustees yesterday took a step that could lead to the school withdrawing from the Atlantic Coast Conference, of which "it is a charter member. ' The trustees authorized the university athletic department to begin recruiting athletes in accordance with standards bf the National Collegiate Athlet'-ic Association entrance requirements. -"" In issuing a statement at its meeting, the board said it fiir1-ther was authorizing the athletic department to assure recruits "qualifying by NCAA standards that those standards will prevail at Carolina in September 1971, thereby assuring their eligibility to participate in athletics at Carolina." n M MAJOR LEAGUE From Post Wire Services NAPA, Calif. - A steady rain forced suspension of play yesterday in the second round of the $150,000 Kaiser International Open Golf Tournament. None of the 156 players had completed their rounds when play was held up shortly after noon. Officials called a halt when three or four greens on the Silverado Country Club became unplayable because of standing water. The forecast called for continued rain the rest of the day. With a rainout, the second round probably would be played today with a double round of 36 holes Sunday. Jack Montgomery, a non-winner in eight years on the pro tour, held the first round lead with a 65 and was just getting started when play was held up. Leads Florida PGA NAPLES - Jacksonville club pro Dave Philo shot a 68 yesterday for a two-day 133-11 under par and took a two stroke lead in the Florida PGA Championship. The 30-year-old Philo pulled ahead of defending champion Gordon Jones of Windermere, the first round leader. Jones had a 71 with an opening round 64. Tied with Jones for second was Al Kelly Jr. of Longwood, the 1969 runnerup. Kelly had the lowest round, a sizzling 66. Tommy Bolt, U.S. Open champion in 1958, had a second straight 68 for 136. Mets Sell Injielder NEW YORK - Joe Foy, a third baseman for whom the New York Mets had high hopes after obtaining him from Kansas City last year, was sold outright to Tidewater of the International League Friday. Foy batted .236 with six homers, 37 runs batted in and 22 stolen bases in 99 games for the Mets in 1970. The Mets replaced him on their roster with pitcher Tommy Joe Moore, purchased from Tidewater. Moore, a con- Dog Hockey Pro National League East Division WIT Pt. GF GA Boston : 4 0 1 9 28 15 New York 4 1 0 a 14 7 Montreal 4 2 0 I 16 10 Detroit 2 4 0 4 It 20 Vancouver 2 5 0 4 1 29 Buffalo 1 4 1 3 6 It Toronto 1 4 0 2 It 21 West Oivilitn Philadelphia 4 I I 9 It 11 Chicago 3 1 2 a 22 15 St. Louis 3 1 2 a ia 14 Los Angeles 3 I 0 t 18 12 Minnesota 3 2 0 t 12 9 Pittsburgh 0 .1 2 2 t II California 0 5 1 1 9 25 Thursday's Results Philadelphia 4, Buffalo 2 Chicago 3, Boston 3 Only games scheduled Yesterday's Results Buffalo 4, Detroit 3 St. Louis at vancouvei Pittsburgh at California Only games scheduled Tonight's Garnet Philadelphia at Montreal Chicago at Toronto New York at Minnesota St. Louis at Los Angeles Only games scheduled Basketball NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Won Lest Pet. GB Philadelphia 4 1 .800 - New York 4 I .800 - Buffalo 1 2 .333 2 Boston I 4 .200 3 Central Division Baltimore 3 I .750 Atlanta 1 2 .333 2 Cincinnati 0 3 .000 2'j Cleveland 0 5 .000 -4 Western Conference Midwestern Division Detroit t 0 1.000 - Milwaukee 1 I .500 3 Chicago 2 2 .500 3 Phoenix 1 3 .250 4 Pacific Division Portland 2 1 .tt7 - Seattle 2 1 .67 Los Angeles 2 2 .500 Vi San Diego 3 3 .500 Vi San Francisco 2 3 .400 I Thursday's Results New York 95, San Francisco 92 Detroit 120, Atlanta 101 San Diego 140, Cleveland 110 Only games scheduled Yesterday's Results Baltimore 98, New York 92 ; Boston 131, Cincinnati 126 Philadelphia at Los Angeles, night Cleveland at Phoenix, night Portland at Seattle, niqht Only games scheduled Saturday's Games y Baltimore at Milwaukee Cincinnati at New York Boston at Atlanta Philadelphia at San Diego Portland vs. San Francisco at Oakland Detroit at Buffalo ABA East Division Won Lost Pet. GB Virginia 4 0 1.000 - Floridians 4 2 .667 1 New York 2 3 .400 Vh Kentucky 2 4 . 333 3 Pittsburgh 1 3 .250 3 'Carolina 0 4 .000 4 West Division Indiana 5 0 1.000 - Utah 2 0 1.000 'a Memphis 1 1 .500 2Vj lOenver 1 3 .250 3V2 Texas 0 2 .000 3'i " Thursday's Results '-Floridians 110, New York 100 Memphis 109, Kentucky 99 "''Virginia 114, Carolina 110 Only games scheduled Player's 136 Leads MELBOURNE, Australia IAP) - South African Gary Player who said Thursday he .didn't stand a chance of winning the Australian Open golf tournament for a record sixth 'time, jumped to a four-stroke 'lead in the second round yesterday. Troubled by a hook and saved by good putting in Thursdays' opening round, 1 Player returned to top form 1 and toured the 6,797-yard, par '72 Kingston Heath course in a 'record 65 for a total of 136. "- American Dave Marr, who ' improved six shots on his opening round with 67 for a 140 total, held second place, two strokes ahead of overnight 'leader Frank Phillips. "i Marr was a happy man after the round. h .'Ellis Expected At Play World Former heavyweight boxing t champion Jimmy Ellis is ex-L pected to be on hand at noon '.today for the opening of Play " World, located off Military I, Trail in West Palm Beach. Ellis, the fourth-ranked con-l lender in the latest rankings announced by the World Boxing Association (WBA), lost the title in a recent bout with Joe Frazier, the WBA's recog-tnized champion. Z Ellis will sign autographs until 2 p.m. Play World is located at 1722 North Military Trail. .Luefkens Wins -At PB Speedway Pete Luef kens won the feature stocker event at the Palm 'Beach Fairgrounds Speedway " last night, coming in ahead of Charlie Infinger and Randy 'Tissot before a crowd of about 2'3,000fans. f" Jim McQuirk won the modified feature, beating Jim r Crowe and a field of 10 other ,cars. '" The stocker heat races were 'taken by Luefkens and Carl 'Spear, while Dan Denney and 'Paul Conners captured the "modified heats. Champions Enter Powerboat Race NORTH PALM BEACH -Three national champions from Palm Beach County have Entered the Old Port Cove po- werboat regatta Sunday, t ' The three are Homer Greene u of Tequesta and Mark Haupt-iner and Joe Miller of North Talm Beach. Some 30 entries are expected for the 12:30 p.m. start of the race. mm Yesterday's Results Pittsburgh at Denver, night New York 117, Carolina 97 Indiana at Texas, night Only games scheduled Today's Games Pittsburgh at Kentucky Memphis vs. Virginia at Norfolk Indiana at Utah Only games scheduled Big Test For Lancers Bill Burke figures it's time to make some changes. Burke's Leonard Lancers went into last week's high school football game with Cardinal Newman boasting one of the area's most prolific passing attacks. Quarterback Jim Perham ranked No. 1 among the area's passers. Everything didn't go according to Burke's game plan against Newman, however. The Crusaders intercepted five of Perham's tosses, with Chris Norley picking off three of them, and handed the Lancer's a 40-8 defeat. "When you get five intercepted, you have to try to do something else," said Burke, whose club carries a 1-4 record into tonight's game with Cha-minade at McArthur Field in Hollywood. "We're gonna try to stay on the ground a little more." With workhorse Steve Cates bothered by a hip injury, Alvin White will start at tailback against the Lions. Jim Speece will be at the other halfback and Ron O'Connor will alternate with Ken Easton at fullback. "We're planning to use Bobby Benson a little more at quarterback," said Burke. "He and Perham will alternate." Chaminade, last year's District 8-A champion and a heavy favorite to repeat, has a 2-1 record. "They like to throw the ball an awful lot," said Burke. "From the report we got, they throw it about 60 per cent of the time. Their quarterback Tim O'Leary throws real well and scrambles real well." Immokalee (3-1) travels to Melbourne for a non-conference clash with Melbourne Central Catholic (3-1-1). Both games are scheduled for 8 p.m. LEONARD VS. HOLLYWOOD CHAMINADE Game time 8 p.m. at MacArthur Field. Stadium location and seating capacity 6501 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood. Seats 6,000 Records of teams Leonard 1-4, Hollywood Chaminade 2-1. Radio - TV broadcasts None. Ticket prices and availability si .50 adults, $1 students available at the gates. Injuries Leonard: Steve Cates, halfback hip; Bob Neinaft, tackle, ankle. Starting lineups - Leonard: ends Chip Beasley and Richard Wellman, tackles Paul Cumbie and Sam Testa, guards Alex Bellas and Tim Poole, center Steve Brown, quarterback Jim Perham, halfbacks Jim Speece and Alvin White, fullback Ron O'Connor. Hollywood Chaminade: ends Ernest Floyd and Jon Hansen, tackles Mike Maloney and Charlie Boc-chicco, guards Kevin O'Neil and Dan Griffin, center Bob Gianna, quarterback Pat O'Leary, halfbacks Dave Locco and Tony Williams, fullback Mike Smith. IMMOKALEE VS. MELBOURNE CENTRAL CATHOLIC Game time 8 p.m. at Melbourne High School Field. Stadium location and seating capacity On Babcock Street and East Sheridan, Melbourne. Seats 3,000. Records of teams - Immokalee 3-1, Melbourne CC 3-1. Radio TV broadcasts - WCOF, 1490 Immokalee. Ticket prices and availability SI. 50 adults, .50 students, at gates. Injuries Immokalee: end Joey Allen, broken ribs; Melbourne CC; guard defensive end Paul Allison, fractured verte-grae; David Hixonbog; guard, bruised elbow; Mike Wasiewicz, running back-kicker, broken leg. Starting Lineups Immokalee: ends Lester Scott and Larry Green, tackles Robert Jackson and Arlin Griffin or Clifford Prey, guards Mike Howell and David Garrett, center Rodney Harn, quarterback Randy Passmore, fullback Curtis Saunders, halfbacks Bobby Whitty and Cleve Burgess. Melbourne CC: tight end Bob Rauch, strong side tackle John Elda, strong side guard Jimmy Walker, center Mike Connor, weak side guard Jody Fink, weak side tackle David Beyer, split enc Jerry Mitchell, quarterback John Langs-faff, right halfback Donny Huggard, left halfback Mark Hornung, flanker Davie Jennings. Mi ami Malinoe Ent ries FIRST -D, BC Missile Flash Little Alette (M) Gay Spotty T.M.'s V.I. P. TroianGirl Patty Pedro Skagway Roto Buck SECOND D, BC Laddy Lancer Black Tyrone Smokey Lady W.L.'s Race Record Spring Fiesta Snodrift Vic's Heir Monalee Wizard THIRD -O, BC Coleen Collins m) Wins Inn Lori Michelle Odis S. Money Hustler Madison Jack Roto Injun Friendly Teller FOURTH M, BC Far And Away Doctor BobG. Little Run Around Lovely Four Bless Ben Misty Twilight Leapin Bill NoSiree FIFTH -E, BC Hot Rod Joy Starstruck HossMcRay RitaMcMullen Predator Wiggles MC Afee He's Ring Master Flashing Kay SIXTH -D,BC Goggle Dreamset R.R. Irish Brandy Black Silk Meeting Prince Dewitt Cheap Sultan Time SEVENTH C, BC H.D.'s Antiana Ernest T. Bass R.R. Irish Cottee A Fessant Southern Dude Black Eyed Terri Revival Lefty Schemer EIGHTH C, AC C.W.'s Gabby Berklywillbegone V P 's Star Castle's Charlie Solemn Sue H.D.'s Portland Vermel Burnt Cinder NINTH -A, AC Skeeters Streak Hard Hat Job Southern Sage Kelly Burr R.R. Irish Dude JN.'s Toyah Lou Brindy Blue Oralia TENTH -D, AC Grand Tony Peg's Honey My Policy Gained S B 's Sparkle Danny Reeves Mac's Banner Charlie Jumper ELEVENTH - D BC Dessau Kid M.L.'s Top Record Winning Willie Canty (M) M.V.Jim's Free Chimmey Swift Crony Melissa Lively Lady Ev ening Entries FIRST BC, C Grand Joe Rustina Peggy Ronald Tip Sandy Wine Madison Roll Johnny Rocket Champlou Gassed SECOND SC, D V.P.'s Cotton Reba ' Bogan Big Match Fidgeted Lambie's Babe Theda Carnival Caper Visual UPI Telephoto Green Of Water In Kaiser Tournament first start since June 20, has been installed a 3-1 favorite for today's 31st running of the $50,000-added Vosburg Handicap at Aqueduct. The seven-furlong test for 3-year-olds and up threw 12 starters. If all go, the race will Players Watch As verted outfielder, had a 3-8 record in 1970 for the Mets' Pompano Beach, farm club. Miamian Pin Leader GARDEN CITY, N.Y. -Dave Davis of Miami won six of eight games yesterday, spilling 1,759 pins, and moved into the semifinals of the $75,000 National Championship of the Professional Bowlers Association. Davis, tournament leader since the six-day event began earlier this week, moved from a slim 18-pin lead to a 102-pin advantage over Larry Lichs-tein, Windsor Locks, Conn., the new runnerup. Davis had started the day just ahead of George Pappai, Charlotte, N.C. Lkhstein turned in a 1,784 Horse Racine be worth $59,800, with $38,870 to the winner. Nodouble, winner of the San Pasqual and Metropolitan Handicaps earlier this year before a blood condition sidelined the 5-year-old, is the second biggest money-winning thor- FIFTH - $2,700 clmg 2 yo 5V2 fur Epamombus Shore Beam I Will So A-Bonerack Ricky A-Graphocanic Tibb Dr. Michael A Flying -T Entry SIXTH -$2,700 alw 344 yo6fur Herr Moegle A-Noreico Candy Puff Third More Tropic Maid My Lass-Su A-Hot Papa Red Swap SamFrie A-Sierra Entrv SEVENTH -$200clmg34upmi470 yds Trash Hauler Spacestewardess Metairie Padre Belmont Prince Mighty Dandy velvet Day My Comet x Debron Soroll Partofheaven EIGHTH S2JJO0 clmg 34up mi470 yds Mr. Peyton Rangoso Smoky Johnny Feton Tompkinssquare External Prince Del Bee 'NINTH $5,000 added 34up 6 fur Miramar Handicap Ia?10 . , Power Judge A-Countneedles Gunsaway Believeyoume Paddy Orock A-Needleson A-Maroone Entry Debbiestrousseau TENTH - $2,500 clmg 34 up mi470 yds Massasoit X Count Gibson Ronnies Rebel Ghost Ghost New Mold Tenas Friend Impels Girl Backgammon Runaways Howie I i-uiitjura X-AAC. Listed To Post. DOES YOUR THEN WHY NOT Racing OPENS Mf OCTOBER 30 :) POST TIME IJrV" 7;30 i SAT. MATINEE WleWC, 1:00 p.m. Ffi Jt; PARI-MUTUEL J BETTING 3 ! Cam844-52tl , XV FOR VAt! RESERVATIONS SSlfV Beach Groundskeeper Clears series, and also won six of eight games to move up from third. Horse 3-1 Favorite NEW YORK - Verna Lea Farm's Nodouble, making his Results FIRST -S2JHdnttMpSVi fur Off 1:22 Time 1:04 4-5 Marchmont 2nd (Croquette) 5.20 3.20 2.60 Well Keyed (Gaff glione) 6.40 2.60 Frontier Doctor (HWoodhouse) 2.80 Also: Prince Hasty, Dacil H, Ruby Miss, Great Aunt, Baroness T, Special Glory. SECOND-$2,500 clmg344yo mi 470 yds OH 1:49 Time 1:45 1-5 ThinkinCuss(Gallegos) 11.60 5.40 5.20 Sea Ghost (Mora) 3.60 2.60 Happy Fantasy ( Fernicola) 4.60 Also: Blue Corners, Daddys Hope, Discover Me Now, Fast Revolver, Running Road, Sin Alley. Daily Double (9-1) $48.80 THIRD-$2400clmg3Aupl mITT OH 2:15 Time 1:39 2-5 Carril 3rd (Mora) 3.60 3.00 2.20 La Bravo (Glenn) 7.00 4.20 Miss Wiggs (Graell) 2.60 Also: Durante, Lees Revoque, Nashua Lad, Jig And Reels. Perftcta (5-1) $38.40 OURTH - $2,400 cl tig 2 yo 5Vi fur Off 2:42 Time 1:05 1-5 Sweet Lisa (MacBeth) 7.40 4.60 3.40 First Color (Babij) 25.40 6.00 Geally Costa Lotta (Choquette) 2.60 Also: Doier Dom, Queen Rose, Martini Jane, Breezy Dee Dee. Perfecta (7-4), $132.80 FIFTH -$2,700clmg 3Aup miMOyds Off 3:10 Time 1:44 1-5 TuneUpTlme(Capodlci) 11.40 5.20 3 80 With Splendor (Gaffglione) 10.40 5.60 B ig Creek ( Mora ) 3.80 Also: Silver Alley, Haydens Mango, Fleet Street. Perfecta (6-3) $11 4.80 SIXTH -$3,000 a Iw 34 voi fur Off 3:39 Time 1:10 3-5 Gussie (Vlera) 4.20 3.00 2.40 CallMeDarlin(Callico) 14.20 4.60 George Condoit (Bove) 5.00 also: Exe III, Presagio 3RD, Need E Indian, Sir Olden. Perfecta (7-5), $43.40 SEVENTH -$3,200 alwStup 11-16 ml Off 4:0 Time 1:43 2-5 Gay Murgay (Noble) 9.40 2.60 2 10 Plneneddle (Vlera) 2 20 2 10 Royal Contessa (Babij) 2 10 Also: Coringo, Monterosso, Barthou. Perfecta (5-6), $25.20 EIGHTH - $2,500 clmg 34up 1 ml 0 4:33 Time 1:37 3-5 Okeechobee Boy (Harrison) .0 3.60 3.00 Sunny bank Sam (Morales) 6 00 7 40 DQ - Sunday Sada (Gallegos) 6 20 Also: Scampattl, Meadow Clipper, in-sign 2ND, Nuwab2ND. DQ - Disqualified from 2ND to 3RD Perfecta (1-6), $63.60 Attendance 3,483. Handle $258,301 CAPT. TED BROWEK . "3 m.isim;.t Calder-At-Tropical Entries F I R ST - $2,500 cl mg 2 yo m 6 f ur Acie Deuce My Crispy Bokay Celestial Bell Stiucieprincess Chicory Purple Nas Car Sha Dots Decree Majestic Mark not Apple Sams Queen Dr.Grable Willowy Gal Novedad Ampadoodle Contos SECOND $2,500 clmg 3up5Vifur X Fancy Stitches Gail L Bull Thistle Sun Sock Jimgrim Like Opera X Dositea Donglo Bucksnort Cohesian Sun Path Sport Tip Oscars Boy X Dots All Locked Out Hookum THIRD - $2,500 clmg 3&4 yo m mi&70 yds Window Cleaner Native Wood Mr. Bottle Like Now Beseeingyou Westerngogo Debbies Note FOURTH - $2,500 clmg 34up4Vj fur tt X Mr Pitiful Im For Love War Scholar Barberton Miss XRomancer Thehundredthday RoSe FranksGamble' Selections FIRST - Celestian Bell, St. Lucie Princess, Bokay. SECOND - Cohesian, Sun Sock, Like Opera. THIRD - Debbies Note, Native Wood, Like Now. FOURTH - Barberton Miss, War Scholar, Gray Note. FIFTH - Tibb, I Will So, Epamombus. SIXTH - Herr Moegle, Noreico, Red Swap. SEVENTH - Metairie Padre, Trash Hauler, Belmont Prince. EIGHTH - ton, Del Bee. Tompkins Square, Mr. Pey- NINTH - Count Needles, Needleson, Power Judge. TENTH - Runaways, Massaseit, Ghost Ghost One best: Cohesian. FOURTH - BC, M Time 35.61 1 Astro Beauty 9.40 4.00 2.60 2 Displease 3.20 2.40 5 Southern Rare 2.80 Quiniela (1-2) $15.00 FIFTH - SC Time 44.23 Crown Boni 12. BO 7.80 3.20 1 Barbarella 4.40 3.20 2 Blazer ee S.20 Quiniela (14) S2S.0O SIXTH - AC, B Time 23.56 6 Humpy Bishop 14.60 6.60 3.40 2 Honey Foot 4.20 2 80 1 Brandywine 3.00 Quiniela (2-4) 136.00 THIRD -BCD Flesk Wanderer Kris Wonder Swivet Poppin Missile Pinkey's Helen T.B.'s Sady Roman Rambler Now Running FOURTH -BCM M.L.'s Sure Record Caravan Susie T.B.'s Emma Astro Jackie Handy's Finale Picadilly Colmeno Invite FIFTH -SC,D Shelly W. Southern Angel Nimrod Nell C. Bandade Bob's Celia Smoked Manigan Miss Bull Ring SIXTH BC, B Marcie Taptoe Big Book Faked Asset's Mecca Lovely Captain Rusty Nail R.R. Silver Cup Bob's Spin Out SEVENTH -BC, B Charlie Tiger Tail Griped Bo's Holy Gee Pedigree Dawn Kea SlinnieS. Hinky Venture Bobarlette EIGHTH SC, B Tinted Texture Lightening Lou Dave Horton Match Girl Mahi Amigo Mio Lady Chic Crystal Rose NINTH -BC, A BigToyata T.M.'s Castaway Brashness Hello Friday Black Eland Kited Style Salon Wrangell TENTH BC, A Cute Connie Forecast Gale Bob's Ellis Baby Mae Reaction Norsman Hasty Rated Pretty Mona ELEVENTH -BC, Southern Asset Babson D'Artagnan B. B.'s Jupiter C. W.'s Foggy Margie Nix OkieSprad R R. Irish Gremlin TWELFTH -SC,C Daisy Fore Monroe Man Cris Colo Lea Blu Our Girl Real Living Madison Slim Duplicate Results FIRST - AC, D Time 23.51 4 Groovey Thing 9.00 4.00 4.80 5 Major Holly 3.80 3.40 7 Taped 5.60 Quiniela (4-5) $15.20 SECOND - BC, C Time 34.50 2 Conty Bay 7.80 4.20 3.40 3 Lil s Diamond 7.40 5.80 4 Curiosa 4.60 Quiniela (2-3) $34.40 Daily Double (4-2) $39.20 THIRD AC, E Time 23.70 8 Two WayG.A. 7 Body's Baby 6 Hasty Venture Quiniela (7-8) $49.20 34.60 10.40 4.60 4.00 3.20 2.60 WEST PALM BEACH ROOF LEAK? STORM SHUTTERS ROOFING SHEET METAL 535 16th St. ' DO sT AND AVOID THOSE HIGH UNNECESSARY REPAIRS CAUSED BY WINDS AND RAIN COME IN TODAY OR CALL 832-01 5 1 FOR A FREE COURTEOUS ESTIMATE Late Results SEVENTH - BC, B 5 Joe the Chef 2 Crony Dora 8 B.'s Whitey Quiniela (2-5) $32.40 Time 35.03 8.(0 5.20 2.40 9.80 4.20 3.20 EIGHTH - SC, B 8 Gay O Lou 1 Loa's Jet 7 Maylle Rose QuiiNtla(l-t) $37.00 NINTH - AC, A 7Salbet 3 C'ande's Brandy 1 Hyde Park Quiniela (3-7) $34.20 Time 44.84 8.80 4.60 3.60 4.80 7.00 4.20 Tim 23.54 6.80 3.20 2.40 7.40 3 80 2.80 TENTH - BC, A 5 Gail's Buftie 4 Hanselmann 4 Waramakit Quiniela (5-4) S2.W eleventh - ac, c 5 Honey Irish 2 Gallant Finish 3 Swingatronic Quiniela (2-5) $27.00 Time 35.14 12.80 5.80 2.40 4.20 2.20 2.20 Time 23.64 7.00 4.60 3.20 6.00 5.60 2.40 TWELFTH - BC, C Time 34.99 3 Flame Red 6.20 3.40 2.20 1 H.D.'s Planet 5.80 2.40 2 Lincoln Tip 4.00 Quiniela! 1-3) $20.0 Big "Q" (2-5, 1-3) $309.20 Attendance - 3,882. Handle $277,176. SHEET METAL WORK 848-2919 J I a iioATSAVAiuBitiri I r 1

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