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IB SBC. D-Sun.ySspt. 28, T969 POMONA THOROUGHBRED RACES COS THIRD RACE Mile and cne-stx-teenth. For 3-year-old Calbreds. Claiming. Purse 54,200. Horsa andlockcv- wt FlrujroJI Big Cliff, VelasqiAz .:. 112 "u "2.50 Timeous, Palomino .... lM 2nk 7.60 Rova ueoanure. useau n Bold Host, Brlnson . 114 4 Scratched Aboutglo. Overweight Bold Host (2). Time, :24 4-5, :t9 2-5, 1:151-5, 1:4 1-5, 1 :47 2-5. Rig Cliff 7.00 4.40 None Timeous 1-80 None Royal Departure None In sate 12:55, off at once. Start good, won driving. Winner, b.c. 3, by Four-A nd-Twenty Appreciable. -Trained by R. L. Pine. Mutuel PWlS65.95& 5706 FOURTH RACE Six furlongs. For 3-year-olds and up, Calbreds. Claiming. Purse $4,000. Horse and lockev- . wt. Fin. To Si Murata San, Petty HZ Spanish Attack, Pierce .. 114 2m 1.90 1.40 Snaar Harvest. D'seau ..no j 2.70 Desert Stakes, V'I'sq'z .. KB 4". 14.90 Poona's Preference, McCullar 107 S Kathy's Delight, Black .. 105 61 Pagan Queen, Yanez ... 112 7b Taffy Cat, Uvcrnoche .. 1CB 8 30.60 J0.90 4-5.50 62.30 Scratched Mo n Generate, Jack The Ruler, Me lion t odd v. Fair Poona. Overweight Taffy Cat (3), Spanish Attack (2), Poona's Preference f2). Tims, :221-5, '.it, :59 1-5, 1:122-5. Murata San 5.BO 2.80 2.0 Suanish Attack 3-00 2.40 Sugar Harvest 2.60 In qate 1:59, off at once. Start gocd, Won driving. Winner, b.h. 6, by Nashville Warda. Trained by T. West. Mu-tuel pool $95.314. 5707 FIFTH RACE-Slx furlongs. For 3 - year- olds and up- Claiming. Pursa $S.-O00. ' Horse and jockey Wt. Fin. To si Tread The Turf, LamberM 15 15 2.10 Y-Bushcr, Durousseau ..115 26 2.20 Luckv Bond, Palomino .. 113 31 10.20 Liz Lav, Camnas Ill 41 S.CO Startightcr, Robinson ..113 53 8.10 Little Diablo, 5. V'z'la ..112 43 61.10 Maole Drive, Sise ICS 71 20.30 Gedmegal. Rosales ....xll4 8 4.90 Scratched Somebody Special, Hard Look, Irishcharge, Vast Ruler. Overweight Lie Lav (3), Gedmegal 14). Tread The Turf (2), Little Diablo (3). Time, :22, :4S3-5, :58, 1:104-5. Tread The Turf 4.20 3.40 3.20 Y-Bustter 3.20 2.80 Lucky Bond 5.60 in gate 2:41, off at once. Start good, v.-on easily. Winner, ro.g. 4, by Red Host Spectra. Mutuel poot $50,722. 5709 SIXTH RACEMHe and cnesix-loenth. For 3-year-olds and up. Claiming. Purse $5,000. Horse and jockey Wt. Fin. To $1 Tsuluk, Palomino 112 Ins 14.30 Fortune's Face, Pierce .. 114 2nk .60 Christopher, Goldsmith . .x!0? 3ns 7.40 Model Don, Durousseau 112 4io 9.20 Petitelou, Black- X102 53h 25.30 Aeroflint, Robinson 113 67 7.90 Robert 5., Banks 115 7ns 15.30 Ventura, McCullar .... 112 8 12.70 Scratched Mr. Green, T. Hart, Honey-tsouc. Green Port. Overweight Robert S. (31, Aeroflint (1), Tsuluk 12), Christopher B. (2), Fortune's Face (2). Time, :243-5, ;4S 1-5, 1:131-5, 1:392-5, 1:46 2-5. TsulUk 30.60 7.40 4.00 Fortune's Face 2.60 2.30 Christopher B 3.20 In sate 3:16. off at once. Start good, von driving. Winner, dk.b. or br. 3, by Cagirp M-Missy Tweeter. Trained by R. Romero. Fortune's Face claimed by Vasiiy Bros, for $4,500. Mutuel pool tl26,533. Daily double pool S128.S54. Daily double (6-4) paid $147.00. S710 SEVENTH RACE Six furlongs." For 2-year-olds. Claiming. Purse $4,500. Horse and iockey- Wt. Fin. To SI General Surgeon, R'b'son 115 U Pretty Una, Lambert .. 115 2h Sweet Julie, Pierce .... 116 32 Montana Winds, D'seau 115 4t Elmo Esquire, V'I'sq'z .. 119 5nk Joy Lynn, Palomino ... 113 62 Nice Gesture, McCullar 114 7 4.90 2.40 7.70 6.30 34,40 11.20 Scratched Flddtln' Jud, Tramp Roy-1 1, Mr. C. N., Pete's Bread, Sonny Dress. Overweight Pretty Una (1). Time. :221-5, :461-5, :59 1-5, 1:123-5. General Surgeon 5.60 3.40 2.40 Pretty Una 4.40 2.80 Sweet Julie 2.60 in gate 3:51, off at once. Start good, wen driving. Winner, ch.c. 2, by Binary Pert Sullivan. Trained by L. J. Brooks. Mutuel pool $132,344. At Hollywood Park Copyright 1969 by Triangle Publications, inc. (Daily Racing Form) Western Harness Racing, Inc., Hotly-vaod Park, In3lewood, Calif., Saturday, Scot. 27, 1969 Fifth night of 73-night fall meeting. Complete finishes all races confirmed by official Photochart Camera. ( Clear and fast) 137- FIRST RACE One mile. Pace. Conditioned. For 5-year-olds and under. Purse $1,600. Horse and driver- Fin. To SI Grand Entcgrilv, Wil'ms 12 1 .50 Rig Tug, McGregor 42J 2" 25.90 F-rosty Woollen, J'cuist.. 21 3i 8.90 Uncle Smudge, M'CI'mans 32 41? 5.40 Halcyon Haze. Johnson ..7) 51 16.93 . Star Terry, Sherren C- 6li J5.30 Nevada Bill, Jacobs .... 51 7h 5:. 30 Andv's Marc, Gronicr .. E3 S5 25.10 Swedish Dream, Means ..9 9 113.70 Sister Dares, Longo " 12.50 -Distanced. No scratches. Time, :32 1-5, 1:04 1-5, 1:35 3-5, 1:51 1-5, 2:06 4-5. Grand Enlcsrily 3.00 2.S0 2.80 Big Tug 10.40 5.80 Frosty Woollen 4.00 Al gate 7:51, off at once. Start good, won driving. Winner, b.c. 3, by Painter Miss Mike. Trained by J. O'Brien. Mutuel pool S46.159. 138 SECOND RACE One mite. Trot. Conditioned. All ages. Purse 52.400. Horse and driver Fin. To SI Latin Em Pres, Williams Jr 4i V, dn-Dakcr Street, Ralchf'd U 2i Famous Trip, 1 ripp . ... 33 3 Fire Blaze, Donnis .li i Joy Artlen, Sianscll 6-J Kills Snonkums. Farr'ot'n 71 6n Iipced Cuids, Wilburn . . 815 73; Carol HeoJ, Marsh Jr. . 31 8U; Riley. Warner 9 C 2.00 6.70 35.30 .1.60 9.50 12.M 8. SO 43.60 oq uisoufiiKica and Diacca 0111 lor extended break. Scratched Fair Vale. time, :30 35, 1:03, 1 :34 25, 1:49 45. ?:0i 45. Latin Em Pres 6.00 4.00 2.B0 Famous Trip 17.40 7.80 Rr& B.flie 3.60 At gate 8:14, off al once. Start good, tvon driving. Winner, br.m.5, by Galo-nhone Josic Rodnev. Trained bv J. William:-, Jr. Mutuel pool $64, M0. Double pool S84,960. MlgMly double (5-31 paid 511.60 13? THIRD RACE One mile. Pace. Cleamino. All ages. Purse $2,400. Top claiming price S5,C75. . Horse and driver 3 Fin. To 31 Ricks Royal, Farrington 72 11 3.00 Shotgun, Holt S3J 221 9.90 J. R. Mac, Gcrkner 5i 31 18.00 Widow Kalhic, McGregor 32 1 2.20 Glenn H. W., Carroll ..13 5! 10.90 Game Pick, Daulton .... 22 6ns 11.20 So Fiann, Marsh Jr. ... 74 2.70 Jusiagreeable, Rocchio . 62 8 58.40 Jerry Gene, Wishard ... 9 dis. No scratches. Time, :30 25, 1:01 45, 1:33 25, 1:49 25 , 2:04 45. Ricks Royal 8.00 4.40 3.60 Shotgun 9.40 5.60 J. R. Mac ' 8.40 ' At gale 8:43, off at once. Start, good, won driving. Winner, br.g.8, by Ank-awav Genivou. Trained by H. Brown. Mutuel pool 594,648. 140 FOURTH RACE One mile. Pace. Conditioned. Ail ages. Purse 52,800. Horse and driver e.i Fin. To Si Dusty H. Forbes, Far'gt'n 43 12; ,80 Arlene Dares, Will's Jr. 53 24 2.80 Merrie Scotsman, Wllb'n 32 34 10.30 Jest Less, Tripp 610 4h 58.10 Command, Rhoads" 1" 55 13.10' Dante Hanover. Bsiley . 22 69 5.80 Pulaski Silver, Hardlc . 7 7 18.90 . Mo .scratches. Time,. :30 15, 1:00 15. 1:3115, 1:1645, 2:01 15. Dusty H. Forbes 3.60 5.60 2.40 Arlene Dares -. 3.20 2.60 Merrie Scotsman 4.00 . In gale 9:12, off at once. Start good, won driving. Winner, b.g.ll, bv Gratlan Forbes Dusty Hazel. Trained bv H. . Brown. Mulucl pool $93,529. Exacla pool . 137,184. S3 Exacla (5-11 paid 513.50 MI-FIFTH RACE One mile. Pace. Conditioned. All ages. Purse 52,500. Horse and driver Fin. To 51 Wing Flash, Llghlhlll .. 31 ins 40.70 goggngtItglStiltCi?3 RESULT! EIGHTH RACE 408 yards. For 3-year-olds and up. The Pomona Quarter Horse Championship. Purse $10,000. Horse and loeftey Wt. Fin. To$l Tuff Boss, Pattlo ....... 120 llh 1.30 Robin Ann Donlan, Banks 116 2b 15.50 David Jane, Strauss ... 120 3h 7.-40 . Dividend's Bar, LIpham 122 4h 3.20 Hoblerita, Kanis 120 5b 26.20 Shuicr, Smith .: .120 61 1S.90 Roan Kinick, Adair .... 120 71h 25.60 Miss Parr Bar, Page ... 119 8 4.10 No scratches. Overweight Roan Kfnick (5). Tuff Boss (1), Hoblerita (4), Shuiet (3), David Jane (3). Miss Parr Bar (3). Time, :19.9. , Tuff Boss 4.60 3.20 2.60 Robin Ann Donlan 9.80 4.80 David Jane 3.80 In gate 4:25, off at once. Start good, won driving. Winner, blk.c. 3, by Dandy Bar Savannah's Deb. Trained by S. Strauss. Mutuel pool 5108,307. 5710 NINTH RACE Six furlongs. For 3-ycar-olds and up. Claiming. Purse $3,000. Horse and jockey Wt. Fin. To si Storm Boy", Durousseau 115 U 290 Bern Book, Banks 115 22 5.10 Little Wilson Hill, Bailey 115 3" 4.70 Nile Foot, Gibbons .... 115 42 14.40 Market Prince, Pierce .. 117 5U 13.90 Gentle Barb, Lambert .. 114 62h 11,00 Bright Link, Robinson .. 113 74 4.00 Learn A Lot, Hernandez 115 8 5.20 Scratched Cache Valley, Noclmlento, Pri Tux. Overweight Gentle Barb (3). Time, :22, : 45 2-5, :5B,. 1:11 1-5. Storm BOV 7.80 4.40 3.20 Bern Book 7.30 4.40 Little Wilson Hilt 4.20 In gate 5:04, off at once. Start sood, won driving. Winner, dk.b, or br. 4, by Moolah Bux Granled Wish. Trained by J. W. Pappalardo. Mutuel pool 5148,242. 5711 TENTH RACE Mile and onfi-six-tcenth. For 3-year-olds and up. Claiming. Purse WHO. Horse and jockey Wt. Fin. To si Hark Rival, Lambert .. 115 K 2.00 Caper Mate, Velasquez 103 2b 17.10 Shining Count, Robinson 117 32 2.50 0 Be Joyful, Durousseau 115 41 5.10 EI Chaparral, . Pierce -.114 5n 7.10 Too Angri, Campas .... Ill 6 10.80 Bracer. Palomino 112 7ih 18.90 Free Sample, Brinson ..114 8 11.00 Scratched Strong Award, Dot Jet, Windy Point, Writ'em Phil. Overwelghi Too Angri (2), Caper Mate (1), E! Chaparral (2). Time, :24, :47 4-5, 1:13 1-5, 1:39 1-5, 1:45 4-5. Hark Rival : 6.00 4.00 2.60 Caper Mate 12.40 5.60 Shining Count 3.00 In gate 5:39, off at once. Start good, won drivins. Winner, b.g. 4, by Hark Match Series. Trained by M. E. Mi! lerlck. Mutuel pool $143,148. 5712 ELEVENTH RACE Mile and one quarter. For 3-year-olds and up. The Pomona Handicap. Purse $30,00 0-added. Gross $33,300. Horse and tockey- Wt. Fin. To SI Gamelight, Velasquez .. 116 12 11.90 New Concept, Lambert 115 2?b 6.00 Balsamo II, Pierce .... 121 3h 1.20 Bargain Day, Gilligan .. 117 45 2.M David Boy, Brlnson ...114 5h 21.20 Het's Cadet, Robinson ..116 6 6.80 Scratched Great Pretender. Overweight New Concept (5). Time, :23 4-5, :47 3-5, 1:12 2-5, 1:33, 1:501-5, 2:03 3-5 new track record). Gameiignt 25,80 9.ao 3.60 New Concept 5.60 2.60 Balsamo II 2.20 In gate 6:14, off at once. Start good, won driving. Winner, dk.b. or br.g. 5, by Limelight Gamest. Trained by J. I. Nazworthy. Mutuel pool S155,393. 5713 TWELFTH RACE Mile and one-sixtecnth. For 3-year-olds and up. Claiming. Purse $6,000. Horse and jockev- Wt. Fin. To si Macho, Lambert 115 in 3.30 Gen. Bullmcose, Robinson 113 2ii 6.40 Torch Flame, Black ...x1G3 31b 4.10 Hail To Garr, D'r'seau 112 4) 2.60 Date With Ali, Pierce . 114 53 3.00 Embarkation, Belleville x99 6nk 23.70 Oliie's Gal, Petty 109 " 24.10 Rosafer, Palomino 112 S 27.10 Scratched Whatduzitalmean, Across The Sea, Vi Hi Run, El Brod. Overweight Macho 3), Rosafer (3), Date With All (2), Gen- Bullmoose (1). Time, :23 4-5, : 47 4-5, 1:13 4-5, 1:40 1-5, 1:47 1-5. Macho ?.60 5.80 4.20 Gen. Bullmoose 6. BO 4.8D Torch Flame 5.40 In gate 6:4S, off at once. Start gcod, won driving. Winner, ch.g. 4, by First Balcony Sabella. Trained by M, Krue-ger. Torch Flame claimed by Roles & Rowe for $6,250. Mutuel pool $132,691. Attendance, 19,212. Today's harness pool, $68,890; today's auarterhorse pool, $167,-537; today's thoroughbred pool, 51,220,-204; today's complete total handle, si,-456,631; total attendance, 164,505; daily average attendance 11,750; total handle for meeting, SI3.794.277; dally average handle, 5965,306. x Apprentice allowance claimed. Land Freight, Farr'gt'n 12 211 3.20 Panache, Luther ....... 5i 3U 22.10 Scorcher Wave, Daulton 9 4'i 12.30 Tommy Gene, Wilburn . 62 5n 3.J0 Royal Bye Bye, O'Brien 7J 6"k 3.70 PorotI Pride, Will'msJr. 221 75 2.60 Polly Jinks, Olds 42 87; 18.40 Diamante Queen, Holt . 82 9 34.80 No scratches. Time, :31 35, 1:02, 1:33 15, 1:4815, 2:03 25. Wing Flash 83.40 25.20 13.30 Land Freight 5.40 4.00 Panache 7.60 At gate 9:33, off at once. Start pood, won driving. Winner, b.m.4, by Ma tit-star Blue Wing. Trained by J. Li3ht-hlll. Mutuel pool SI 09,923. 142 SIXTH RACE One mile. Pace. Graded AAA. The Aquarius. Purse $10,000. Hnrje and driver Fin. To SI Sunnie Tar, O'Brien ... 51 Song Cycle, Petty 31 Carlcss Time, Marsh Jr. 62 Batman, Wilburn H Dwyer Hanover, Dennis 7 Gaviland, Gill .' 42 C. K. Adics, Long U .70 12.60 d.jO 6.50 24.90 9.10 17.90 3;: no scrarencs. Time, :30, 1:0125, 1:3045, 1:4515, 1 :59 35. Sunnie Tar 3.40 2.80 2.40 Song Cycle 7.6a 4.20 Careless Time 3.00 Ar oate 10:04, oil at once. Start oood, won drivina. Winner, br.rn.4, by Tar HceiSunbcllc. Trained by J. O'Brien. Mutuel Pool 5132,633. 143- -SEVENTH RACE One mile. Pace. Conditioned. Foi 4-year-olds and up. Purse 53,200. Horse and driver- Fin. To 51 Eurahcad, O'Brien Peony Tar. Waugh . 32 .60 52.60 4.60 Tarport Coulter, Dennis 211 Adiom Hanover, Williams Jr 5! 42 5.80 Slar Carrier, Farrington 12 5: 14.50 Lincoln Land Brook, Tislier 8 631 76.30 What A Flash, Long .... 72. 731 7.30 Quick Prom, Warner ..62 8 45.00 Scratched Oso Slo. Time, :3035, 1:01 15. 1:3215, 1:47, 2:01. Eurahcad 3.20 2.80 2.60 Peppy Tar 16.60 6.60 Tarport Coulter 3.20 At gate 10:32, off at once. Start good, won driving. Winner, ch.h.4, by Widower Creed Eura Mae. Trained bv J. O'Bri-en. Mutuel pool $133,649. 144 EIGHTH RACE One mile. Pace. Graded AA. Purse S3,000. Horse and driver o.i Fin. To SI Trotwood Roy, Wilburn . 41 lh 15.20 Knight Ensign, Gill 21 2nk 2.90 Mr. Jack, Williams Jr. .31 3 2.20 King Noble, Dennis .... HI 421 1.70 Shiawassee Squire, Stanscll 51 531. 12.50 Pleasem, Petty 64 62 25.00 Golden Sands, Berry ...7 7 16.60 No scratches. Time, :29 35, :58 45, 1 :29 35, 1 :44 15, 1:59 25. Trotwood Roy ....32.40 11.20 4.80 Knight Ensign 4.80 3.20 Mr. Jack 3.00 At gate 10:58, off at once. Start good, won driving. Winner bx.3, by Dale Frost Vickie June. Trained bv ,T. Wll-burn. Mutuel pool 5121,743. 145 NINTH RACE One mile. Pace. Conditioned. All ages. Purse 52,200. Horse and driver Fin. To 51 Poplar Eddie, Warner . 52 13 3.70 wormy Hanover n., Farrington 2i K ,2-SO Mai Tai, O'Brien ...... 45 3 13.60 The Grymbler, Wilburn . 32 4i 1.50 Direct SOe, Daulton M 55 U.80 Top Gene, Holt . 65 65 31.30 Dream Street, Llahthlll 12 15 12.60 Bonnie Locket, Webb ..8 8 26.10 Scratched Shadow Red. Time. :31 15, 1:02 35, 1:33, 1:47 45, 2:02 35. . Poplar Eddie 5.40 J 4JJ Worthy Hanover N u.. 4.C0 4.20 Mai Taai S.40 At gate 11:27. off at once. Start good, won drlvino. winner b.h.4, bv : Gene Abbe Evalvnda Bvrd. Trained bv L. Huber. Mutuel Dool S98-.531. Exacta cool 538,470. Total $1,056,354. Attendance 15,624. ' SS Enacts (1-2) Mid 51H.W Shoemaker Wins 5,835fh on Triple Tux BAY MEADOWS Triple Tux, under the guidance of Bill Shoemaker, sprinted away from Praise Jay in the ' stretch lor a 2Vi-length victory in the $20,000 Leland Stanford Handicap. His Boy 2nd came from last to finish third in the field of. seven. Shoemaker, who has now ridden 5.S35 winners just 197 behind Johnny Longden also won on his only other mount of the clay, Nashville Baby, in the seventh race. Triple Tux paid $4.60 to win. BETjMOXT PARK Arts and Letters passed Nodcmble midway through the stretch and went on to win the RACE ROUNDUP $106,000 Woodward Stakes and all but clinch Horse of the Year honors. Arts and Letters, the only 3-ycar-old in the four-horse field, covered the J 14 miles in 2:01. a second off the track record set by Kelso in 1961. It was his fifth straight stakes victory and his second over Nodouble, the nation's top handicap horse. Jockey Brau-lio Baeza guided the 1-5 choice to a two-length victory. Verbatim was third, a half-length back and Chom-pion was last. Arts and Letters paid $2.60. .HAWTHORNE Oil Power charged on the outside to win the inaugual $55,450 Hawthorne Derby as Fast Hilarious, the 6-5 favorite, finished a length back. North Flight was third. Oil Power, who' scored his first stakes victory, paid S16 to win. AGUA CALIEXTE Operation Intercept cut into attendance here Saturday when only 6.911 fans made it to the track, chiefly by free bus and taxi service. The attendance and parimutuel handle were off an estimated 40 from normal. Caliente managing director John S. Alessio said racing would be conducted as usual today. MOXTICKi.LO, N.V. Xf- vele Pride, driven by Stanley Dancer, breezed to a 0'2-length victory in the feature race. Only three other horses faced the trotting champion. The son of Star's Pride was barred from t h e betting, which paid off a win-price only. That $3.60 went to Seymour J ., reigned by' woman driver Bobbe Huntress. Starflow finished third and Nevele Song last. Benoit Will Direct Hollypark Publicity Bob Benoit, a 17-year veteran of the Hollvwood ' Turf Club staff, will become director of publicity and advertising for the Ingle wood race track Wednesday, James D. Stewart, Hollypark executive vice president and general manage r, announced Saturday. RACE ENTRIES AT CALIENTE Clear, Fast. . First Post Noon lst-$l,500, elms, mdn 2YO, $Vz tur. Seasick Sue 112 Papado Running High 110 La Buffare Ladv Delegate 1 12 Fool i sh Comic Missv's Mister 115 xCliff of Silver lspeekformysclf 115 No Noise Better idea 112 Havc'Half 2nd $1,600, alwes, mdn 2YO, i fur. Lale For School 118 Swift Princess Geva 113 Merely Dress Rapid Exit 115 Brave Nevis Svrn'oolic 112 Currah Tryst Mausandro . 113 Friendly Pal J?; ! c 1,3 115 112 115 107 115 3rd SI ,500, clmo, mtiti 3YO un, fur. xGallant Grace 103 Miss Lewan uttkindu Saida's Pride Glamorous Bird xRomie Belle Narokare Hi Card 120 Nashville Kin 113 Kinchin Coe 113 xLand La Poire 106 Flloa Coin 120 xNimbo 120 105 113 103 4th-S!,500, clmg, mdn 2YO, 1 mi. Missy's Prince US Soeedy De Dc Twin Raoids 115 Sceak To Me xBluc March 113 Cinco Roses 115 Crown Point 113 Sir Lawr'nce Jay 118 Burnchao 113 Belle of Windsor 115 Generator 115 Patronat 113 Family Beau 113 sth 51,530, clmg, mdn 3YO up, 5Vi fur. 'Arctic Shadows 116 Uhalcd Trail FairGalla 113 xwoe Miss xComeToPess. 115 xKov's Ko Ko F. H. Jr. HSJedgarJcl Rullahdor 113 Classy Dresser Fick Ud El Forazal The Pieces 113 6th-si,500, clmg, 3YO up, 1.'. mi. Folswood 115 Gold cerliticole xFast Arrow 112 xHannah Mary xFather's Money 107 Doyle Rod Velvet 117 Miss McTavlsh 7th-si,500, clmg, 3YO up, 1 mi. Deadlock 117 Felix Call xBeatcn Path 110 xThc Twang Vera's Niteagln 114 xGainstrive Gentleman Born 112 Lusty Due 8th-si,5O0, clmg, 3YO up, 6 fur. Jed Ruler lWxGalantllo xMocha Lad Hoogan xPrcstbury Clavsay Oulck Succession 1D6 Sir Nagca 114 Bullwnio 106 xFaith 0' Poona 106 114 xPatdot xParade Light 117 9th Sl,700, clmg, 3YO, 6 fur. TcmvJoe 113 Balboa Rose Capital Host 119 xDress Note J. V.'s Shoe 113 Delia X. xOurspotler 103 Hullmark lotii-51,800, clmg, 3YO up, 6 fur. Ain't Nuthin 116 Amber Zeohvr Colonel John 113 xFmohll's Lodge 103 xBlucseem 102 xPrincess Smock 105 Tread The Turf 116 Pocomoke nth 52,500, alwes, 3YO up, 6 fur. Market Ruler 113 Goldenali Breathing Fury 110 Bradv.-ell Ace of Speed 113 Hesaman Skip A Rope 110 Daring Largo xHelliam 105 Jcdgars Comet 1211151,500, clmg, 3YO up,' SVi fur. xDancIng Host 111 Klddeau Heavenly Miss . , 109 Blue Scrim Call Me Quick 113 Public Issue Foreign 116 Barbarv Prince Unblemished 117 Mr. Fabullte xPlke'sLane 108 xGalent G. W. -Apprentice allowance claimed. GAMELIGHT UPSET IN BY BOB HEBERT Timet Staff Writer , Gameligtit and dangerous Danny Velasquez, a combination that has clicked for a 'number . of longshot victories in seasons past, teamed together to win the biggest prize of the County Fair campaign Saturday in Pomona. Overlooked by the Getaway Day crowd of 19,212, Gamelight completely annihilated the 1 14-mile t r a c k ,r e c 0 r d a s h e streaked to a two-length triumph in the $33,S0O Pomona Handicap in 2:03 35 a full 2 25 seconds faster than the old mark and returned $25.80, $9.80 and $3.60 across the board. Another outsider, New Concept, was second, with the 6-5 favorite, Balsamo II, third. Front-running Bargain Day was a disappointing fourth and was followed under the , wire by David Boy and Het's Cadet. The triumph in the traditional closing day feature was worth $20,900 to Sidney Factor, owner of the 5-year-old son of Lime-light-Gamest. Gamelight has always run his best races for Telasquez, and this was probably his b e s t . of all time. Right from the start, he let it be known that he was going to be tough. He lost no time going after Bargain Day, who set fractions of :2o 4o, :47 RACE RESULTS AT POMONA HATiXESS HACKS MOItXIXG RACE (Clear and fast) FIRST RACE One mile. Pace. Claim. ing SI .830. Purse SI ,100. Copper Duke 3.30 3.40 3.20 Crlsiy D U0 3.50 Smokev Frisco 6.60 Time, 2:03 J-5. Also ran Punker Cash, Doitle Amigo. Ladv Jean Primrose, Snapov Tass. No scratches. FIRST RACE One mile. Pace. Conditioned. Purse $2,400. Popoa Rex Vernon Adlos .. Argo Pat 4.20 3.60 2.40 .... 6.60 3. 3.20 Time, 2:08 3-5. Also ran Wee Can D.. Mack Green-tree, Luella Primrose. No scratches. QUARTER-HORSE RACES SECOND RACE 400 yards. For 3-Year-olds and up in Grade AA Plus. Purse S2,300J Horse and iockey Wt. Fin. To SI Dee Mount, Robinson .. 116 1" 2.30 Foxy Don, Adair 120 3.30 Valiant Prince, Wright ..119 3ns 28.60 Bar Me Joe, Apodaca .. 116 4ns 9.60 Swing Man, Lipham ... 119 5ns 3.10 Donis Be Good, Page ... 122 6nk 9.20 Jclavator, Drcyer 120 71 20.c0 Top Todd, Banks " 8h 14.70 Top Eliminator, Cardoza 118 9 15.80 Scratched Truckli'n Man, My Kenlce, Moortella, Gotta Bar Too. Overweight Top Eliminator (1). Foxy Don (1), Jelavalor 14). Time, :20.3. Dee Mount 6-60 3.80 3.20 Foxy Don .00 .00 Valiant Prince A. -1M In gate 12:55, off at once. Start good, won driving. Winner, ch.t. 3, by Klllo-qua Vancent Dee. Trained by t. E. Kleve. Mutuel pool S59.230. s RACE RESULTS Clear and Fast 1SI-S1.500, 3YO, clmg., SVi f. Carlsbad, Its, Rodrloucr 4.20 Camp Queen, 115, Mendez Crazy Luck, 118, Medina 2.60 3.60 2.BU Time 1:04. . . Also ran: Bepou, Mentality, sweer Motion. Mobrtdge, Game Chief, Moment of Luck, Lee's Balcony, Sight N Sound, prlncesse Moire. Perfecta (3-1) paid 523.60 5nri si.seo. 5YO mdns.. clmn., Sli f. nt S.nH m ?'rnMiss, Callbeau. Scratched: Folswood. Facundo s paooy, lia, Marnncz ..ou T me 1:05 15. Also ran: Shapam, Snappy Retort, US Marllsa',; Rest. Romoer's Bounty. Romans, 118 Jacket, Attorney-in-Fact, Alotamalarkev. Dr. Goodsoeed, Bunnys Prince. Scratched: Better Idea, Rushing Girl, Secret Moud, Generator. 3rd S15M, 3YO up mdns., clmg., 1 1, 'v'v.'x icp, mo, fiaia ou.uu iy.au o.ou 11, AIS me Case. IZU. KIV erd O.IU J.U W- Time 1-45 ' in Also ran: Olivia J.. Lining Laughter, s Arrowhena, Windsor Amber, Armed Mo. i ! lorlst. Rally Girl. Ever Searching, Rubah's Reply. Smiling Land. Scratched: Ramona Host, Ronzle Belle, Glamorous Bird, Gal- lant Grace 120 .51500. 3YO up mdns.. elma.. 1. , 107 Proud Eagle, 110, Garcia 9.20 5.60 117 Hollls, lis, Nosuez 12.40 Fortune Time, 107, Gonzalez 3.60 ' 5.20 . 3.00 109 Time 1:45 106 Also ran: Pavan, Jackles Remark, Get hi: Set Go. Shreveoort. Testalito. SklDCraft. 114 Pauls Tiger, Rica Trust, King Of The K- ! SyaMor, Miss Lewan, Deis Belie, Kidoka. Daily double (9-6) paid 5179.60 sth SU00, 3YO up, clmg., 6 f. ! Balcony Call. 114, Medina 3.20 2.80 2.4 iv Bumper, 11?, Roonguez Kiowa Kip, 113, Cespcdes 3.80 2.60 2.40 lime l:iu is. 116 Also ran: Bold Eagle, Pobreclto, Kings 114 Spectrum, Tommvknocker. . !!S 6th-$!,500, 3YO up, clmg., 1 116 m. 1,3 Some Hoofer, 115, Mler 5.60 2.80 2.40 Saddle Llghl. 116, Rushlow 3.00 2.60 113 Nevada Bern, 108, Gonzalez z.so Time 1:45 45. Also ran: Earle Of Jersey, Myself, 113 Spree Time, Mikell's Tux. 7th $1500, 3YO up, clmg., l m. 70 yds. 114 Fair Galata, 10B, Lopez 8.00 4.00 ' 3.60 111 Papa Tia, 120, Rlvra 3.80 3.60 116 Alpens Miss, 110, lozzia 4.20 114 Time 1:42 110 Also ran: By Bond, Tu Hai, Bit O'BIarnev, Chicago Charlie, Indian Dllly, 116 Silver Charmer. Scratched: Kaygee Mlss. n$ 8th-$15Q0, 3YO up, clmg., 4 f. Ho Manny rnhen. 116. 116 Martinet- ... : 17.60 6.40 4.E0 lis Colonel Kllntc, 120, ;Rlvera 3.80 108 Pasa.Wlar, 117, Osuna , : 3.40 11.60 Time, 1:10 3-5. FINAL 35, 1:12 25"a'nd 1:38 in an attempt to. shake Game-light off his heels. Instead, Bargain Day was the one to wilt under the hot pace, and Game- ' light went around him and into command on the backstretch the final time around. By that time, New Concept and Balsamo II also, were on the move and took out after the new leader. But Balsamo II lacked the closing charge that he showed in winning the ' A f f 1 e braugh Memorial 'Cap the week before. Gamelight held a half-length lead rounding the final bend, then, with speed still in reserve, pulled away in the stretch. Jerry Lambert staged a big finish to win the jockey crown in a breeze. He bagged a triple winning with Tread The Turf at $6.20, Hark Rival at $6 and Macho at $9.60 to win the riding title with IS triumphs. Pierce Blanked Don Pierce, who was tied with Lambert going into the final day, drew a blank, and Rudy Rosales, who was one winner away at the start of the day, was forced to cancel his mounts again. Rudy has not ridden since his bad spill Tuesday. On the financial side, attendance and wagering at the 14-day meeting were both down because of the conflict, for the first time, with Los Alamitos and Western Harness. Total attendance was 164,505, for a daily average of 11,750 and a drop of 1. Total wagering was S13.794.277 for a daily average of $9S5,306 and a drop of S.4Tc.. Drug Found; Pomona Winner's Purse Held Chairman .1. Robert Fluor of the California Horse Racing Board ' Saturday ordered that payment of the $13,500 winner's share of the Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Racing Assn. Futurity, won Monday at the County Fair in Pomona by Nuther Brother, be held up pending a public hearing by the commission. The board of stewards at Pomona disclosed that the urine test on Nuther Brother following the Futurity revealed the presence of a drug which is subject to additional analysis by the chemical laboratory. AT CALIENTE Also ran: Onugo, Chcstnul Beauivf - Much Ground, Missv Lady. Ethel Sulli van. Dell9htful Prince, Magic Span, Mclilohjs. Scratched Young Lover, AgenB Jed, Barbara Prince, Quiniela (1-7) paid 541 .00 th SUM. 3YO clmtt., King's Penny, 117, Mcndez 42.00 13.60 (.40 Gallant Flower, 10S, Mler 6.60 3.40 lianibhai, 120, Costa 3.00 Time, 1:37 2-5. Also ran: Vegas Hostess, Slaughters , Kid, Lee Ann Joy, crystal Sea, Esco mm siou, jtu up, cimg., t. Denlse Irene, 117, v vanco zy.Bu 8.40 4.80 Whistle Creek, 116, Rivera .... 4.40 4.40 Kid Around, 115, Rodriguez 3.60 Tlm 1-.Q9 3S. Also ran Lion's Roar, Indian Rule, No Tarlus, Lodge Time. No scratches. The 5-10 pool totaled 549,134.00. There were two tickets picking five winners. Each ticket was worm 514,003.00. In the consolation there were 121 tickets picking four winners. Each ticket was worth S77.00, The w nn nn numhnrc w.ro 1.(.V.1.7-3 llth-52200, 2YO clmg.. S'A f. Albert's Dream, 118, M'dina 6.20 3.60 3.00 Sentcntiqus,U3, Rivera 4.40 4.30 Run Susie Run. 115, Mendez 4.40 Time 1:04 45. Also ran Instant Money, Amble Scced, Little Poofcr, Dodge For Cover, Mohawk Magic, Barba Rosado. Scralched-Ata- m. vism. 12th-51500, 3YO up, clmg.. i f. Boy Doll, 116, Barrett 16.60 9.00 5.40 Halo's Spell, 113, Munoz 3.80 3.40 useless, luy i-ox o.u Time 1:11 25. Also ran Taleqya Chief, Esco Lin, Lit- Xladtlin,s ov; silent Trust! Mv Governor. Scralched-Public Issue. Pucci's Express, Mr. Fabullte, Getlv up, Jo, Foreign. ' Note: Winner was Halo's Spell, but disqualified and placed second. . Quiniela 12-11 (531.00) NEW ib tm. .... B Reservations I (714) 728-8407 O'Brien Gels Sunny Tar Up for Victory BY BION ABBOTT Times Staff Writer All his travel troubles were behind him Saturday night when Joe O'Brien set out with heavily-favored Sunnie Tar in the $10,000 Aquarius Pace and less than a couple of minutes later he was back in the winner's circle with the cheers of 15,624 admirers ringing in his ears. After a perfect trip O'Brien brought Sunnie Tar from fifth to first through the :2S 45 final " quarter to complete a 1:59 35 miles, first magic mile by a pacer this season at Hollvwood Park. That closing charge in the middle of the track overpowered Song Cycle by three-quarters of a length, with Careless Time third and paceset-ting Batman fading to fourth. For her speedy success Sunnie Tar returned $3.40, $2.80 and $2.40. Song Cycle paid $7.60 and $4.20 and the show on Careless Time was worth $3. "I wouldn't even have tried to get out here if it wasn't for this mare racing tonight," declared the travel-tired O'Brien, sporting a strip of adhesive tape over his nose. In the morning at Lexington, Ky. O'Brien was spilled during a time trial when his horse jumped a spot on the track. After driving a few races in the afternoon over Lexington's red mile. O'Brien took a charter flight to Cincinnati to make jet connections for Hollypark. The jet flight was delayed and O'Brien was stranded in Ohio for a couple of hours. He arrived at Hollypark in time to drive the fifth race just before the feature. JC Football Golden West 45, Mt. San Antonio 22 Golden West 7 17 0 2145 Mt. San Antonio ... 0 0 0 2222 Golden West: TD Bonwell (2 and 1 runs); Cornuke (47 run): Parkman (31 pass from Bonwell), Prlddy 2 (5 and 9 passes from Bonwell). FG Bess (23). PAT-Bess 6 (kicks) Mt. San Antonio: TD Thomas (47 and 53 passes from Grav); Dave (50 pass from Gray). PAT Gray 2 (kicks): Alley (pass from Gray). Chalfey I, Glendate 3 Chaffcy 0 6 0 06 Clendale 0 3 0 03 Chaffcy: TD Chrlstcnsen (12 pass from Brogdon). Glendale: FG Gallagher 19. East L.A. as, compton 7 Compton 0 0 0 77 East LA 7 10 6 13-36 Compton: TD Shelton (78 pass from Parsons). PAT Young )klck). East LA: TD Hall (l run): Jaramlllo (2 run); Coleman (30 run); Holt (2 run); Lamothe (44 pass from Medina). FG-Hiatt 2 (42,35) PAT H i a 1 1 2 (kicks). LACC 26, San Diego 0 LACC 7 3 10 6-26 San Diego 0 0 0 00 LACC: TD-Moch (8 run); Mathls (3 run); Holman (104 pass Interception). FG-Hiatt 2 (42.35) PAT-Hlatt 2 (kicks). Cerritos 27, Long Beach 7 Cerritos 6 0 7 14-27 Long Beach 0 7 0 07 Cerritos: TD Baca 2 (69 pass from Ernst and 20 run); Bain (21 pass from Ernst); Sutton (3 run). PAT Wcrshing 3 (kicks). Long Beach: TD LaCost (69 run with blocked punt). PAT Arnold (kick). Fullerton 35, Pierce 7 Fullerton 23 7 0 035 Pierce 0 7 0 07 Fullerton: TD Baker 3 (45, 17 and 3 passes from Owens); Haughn (14 pass from Owens); Sullivan (2 run). PAT Owens 5 (kicks). Pierce: TD Motzel (5 pass from Lutz). PAT-Pash (kick). Valley 54, San Bernardino 0 San Bernardino 0 0 0 00 valley io i'J 43 1454 Valley: TD-Smith 2 (25 and 25 pass Interceptions); Stewart (7 and 7 runs); White (11 run); Rebbe (3 run); Sherllng (1 run). FG Cummins 2 (20 and 35). PAT Cummins 5 (kicks), Shirley (kick). Citrus IB, Rio Hondo 17 Citrus 0 6 0 1218 Rio Hondo .... 3 14 D 01 Citrus: TD Gaston 3 62, 10 and 43 runs.). Rio Hondo: TD Martinez (3 runs); Lee (1 run.) FG-Abadlt (40). PAT Vasauez 2 (kicks). El Camino 27, San Mateo 20 El Camino 0 14 ' 7 627 San Mateo 0 12 0 820 El Camino: TD Boyd (48 pass from Heck); Heck (1 run); Coleman (9 pass Irom Heck); Patterson (9 oass from Heck). PAT Poladian 3 (kicks). San Mateo TD: Scott (62 run); Andersen (5 pass from LeBlanc); English (20 pass, from Chiurco). PAT LeBlanc (run). Sanla Monica 47, Foothill 20 Foothill . 0 0 6 14-20 Santa Monica 13 13 7 14 47 Foothill: TD Sparks (13 run); Lutz (4 runl; Clark (14 pass from Sparks). PAT Sanchez (run. , . Santa Monica: TD Callis 2 (66 and 50 passes from Sylvia); Elliott (4 run); Ridley (1 run); Ramistella do pass trom Sylvia); Sylvia (1 run); Davis (57 run). PAT Vladyka S (kicks). Riverside 20, Santa Ana 13 Harbor-37, San Diego Mesa 13 Saddleback 24, Grossmont 6 00 1969 MIDWEEK PACKAGE A WONDERFUL TREAT IH Per Person UU (double occupancy) Sun. thru Frl. O fabulous Days of Golf . won a Championship Course . O Nites of Ktng-Slzed ' Luxury at Pala Mesa Lodge k DlneContinenlal Breakfast 9 TIUamorninE of your choice g. Gourmet Dinners fcyour choice from the menu OhieAfter Dinner Drink rlUSeach night and GOLF CLUB 2045 TEC0L0TE DRIVE, FALLBRQ0K, CALIFORNIA. 92028 t S75 SOUTHLAND FOOTBALL Shaw Passes Aztecs to Rout of Diablos Dennis Shaw passed for three touchdowns- and scored another Saturday night, leading San Diego State to a 49-0 rout of Cal State (LA) before 3S.25S fans at San Diego Stadium. The game marked the Aztecs' debut as a University division school and in the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. Shaw personally put the game out of reach by halftime, passing for two scores and driving over from a yard out himself as San Diego built up a 2S-0 lead; Shaw hit Tom Reynolds (7 yards)and Byron Olan-der (32 yards) with scoring passes in the first period. The Shaw-Reynolds combination clicked for a 6-yard scoring pass play in the third period. Shaw connected on 22 of 36 attempts for 251 yards. Substitutes John Bos-sard and Bill Burties did all the . scoring1 as Cal Lutheran ruined Redlands' season opener, 13-3. Bossard kicked two field goals of 20 yards and a conversion. Burties scored the Kingsmen's only touchdown on a 42-yard pass from Al Jones. Texas A&I turned two fumble recoveries into touchdown drives in the second half and handed Cal State (LB) a 21-7 defeat. Prep Football La Mirada 17, Santiaso t Santiago 0 6 0 06 La Mirada 7 10 0 0-17 Santiago: TD Smith. La Mirada: TD Kliewicn, Davis. FG Garcia. PAT Garcia 2 (kicks. Manual Arts 27, Burroughs t Manual Arts U 0 7 6-27 Burroughs 0 0 0 6 a Manual Arts: TD Coleman, Fitch. Moses, D. Smith. PAT Rivera 3 (kicks). Burroughs: TD Bli'slein. Ncff 8, Bossett 7 lMrf 0 0 2 S Basscrt 0 0 0 7-7 Neff: TD Estrada. SaJery team. Bassett: TD Keith. PAT Crowl Ikick). Los Angeles 24, Huencme 14 Los Anodes 0 7 7 10 24 Huencme 7 0 0 7 U Los Angeles: TD D. Jones, M. Camo-bell, Maltorv. PAT Morales 3 (kicks). FG Morales. Huencme: TD Wilson, Miller. PAT-Wilson 2 (kicks). Sierra Vista 14, SG Mission 6 Sierra Vista 0 6 0 B-U SG Mission 0 0 6 06 Sierra Vista: TD - Clark, Fine. PAT Fine (run). SG Mission: TD Woods. Anaheim 28, Redlands & Redlands 0 O 0 .66 Anaheim 7 14 7 0-23 Redlands: TD Krause. Anaheim: TD Fraser, Tozer, Anderson, Thorn. PAT Thorn 4 (kicks). Loara 27, Orange 0 Orange 0 Loara 7 0- 0 6-27 Rim- 7 7 Loara: TD-Stanlev 2. Wendt, melt. PAT McGuire 3 (kicks). Garden Grove 26, Fountain Valley 0 Garden Grove 0 6 8 1428 Fountain Valley 0 0 0 0 0 Garden Grove: TD Hinkel 3. Self. PAT Self (run), Rasmussen 2 (kicks). Corona del Mar 14, Bolsa Grande 13 Eolsa Grande ........ O 0 7 13 Corona del Mar 0 6 0 814 Botsa Grande: TD Waltenburg 2. PAT Fling (kick). Corona del Mar: TD Samuels, Morris. PAT Krohn (oass). Temple City 34, Claremont 0 TemDle City 7 7 20 0-34 Claremont 0 0 0 0-0 Temple Citv: TD Varso 2, Mush-Inskie, Fastlaben, Mlcassio. PAT Cuen 4 (kicks). Santa Paula 20, Bucna 5anta Paula 8 0 0 12-20 Buena 0 0 0 66 Santa Paula: TD Duran ?. Flanigan. Pat Couch (oass; Bucna; TD bam pics. Bell-Jeff 14, L.A. Baptist 6 Bell-Jeff 0 3 6 L.A, Baptist 0 0 0 Sierra 34, Workman o Sierra 6 6 Workman 0 0 0 -14 0- 0 Sierra: TD Chacon 1, Hubert 2, Shirley. PAT Freeman (pass) Smith 2 (kicks) Northvicw 20, Garey 14 Garey 0 0 0 14 M Northview 14 0 0 620 Garev: TD Titus, Williams. PAT Dusfy (Run). Northview: TD Kelly, 2, Freeman. PAT Chapman (run). 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Los Anneles. 1601 5. 80IO sr. itj'Jai venuira. on w. main oi. National City. Ill National Av. 4M-SS3I It UC .Santa Barbara turned two fumbles and an interception into scores- . and toppled Nevada (Rc--' no), 21-6. Pomona built up a 26-0 lead and then held off a wild fourth quarter Azusa-Pacillc rally for a 26-20 victory. Fresno State scored on the first play when Atomic Torosian recovered the opening kick-off in the end zone for a touchdown and held off Montana State for its second straight win, 2S-20. San Diego state 49, Cal State (LA) e Cal State (LA) 0 o o o 0 San Diego State ...14 14 7 1449 SD Reynolds 7 oass from Shav (Limahelu kick) SD Olander 32 pass from Shav (Limahelu kick) SD J. Brown 3 run (Limahelu kick) sd 5naw l run (Limahelu kick) su Kevnoias t Limahelu kick) pass from Shaw SD Fcathcrsione 1 run (Limahelu 7 run (Limahelu kick) SD Featherstone kick) Al tend a nee 38,258. Cal Lutheran 13, Redlands 3 Redlands 3 0 0 05 Cal Lutheran 3 7 9 3-13 CL FG Bossard 20 Red FG Doyle 25 CL Burties 42 pass from Jonci (Bossard kick) CL FG Bossard 20 Attendance 3,500 Pomona 26, Azusa-Pacific 20 Pomona 7 6 7 626 Azusa-Paclfic Q 0 0 20-20 , Pom Seaulera 1 run (Meuii kick) Pom Wolverton 2 run (run failed) Pom Wolverton l .run (Mcull kick) Pom Weaver 2 run (pass failed) AP-Carroll 1 run (Rubi kick) A Newman 89 punt return (Rubl kick) AP Huston 5 run (kick failed) Attendance 1,000. Colorado College 47, (Claremont-Mudd 7 Claremont-Mudd 0 7 0 07 Colorado Collcoe 3 16 14 1417 . Col FG Nlkta 26 Col Muller 37 pass from Slapp (kick failed) CM Hennrich 43 pass from Grossman (Wolbers kick) Col-Ehleider 2 run (Nitka kick) Co FG Nitka 11 Col Ehleider 7? run (Nitka kick) Col Muller 13 pass from St a do (Nitka kick) Col Croft 37 pass interception (Nitka kick) Col Brelstord 5 pass from Bobicr (Nitka kick) Attendance 800. Cal State (Hayward) 47, Occidental 13 Occidental 0 7 0 613 Cat State (Hayward) 14 7 13 13-47 CS Oliver 19 run (Futtercr kick) CS Oliver 16 pass trom Audino (Futtercr kick) CS Caste la ncNi 87 run (Futtcrer kick) D:;v Tiopctt 2 run (Thatcher kick) CS Castelanelli 63 run (run failed) CS Oliver 7 run (Fultercr kick) CS Barry 10 oass from Hernandez. (Futtercr kick) CS Rossitto 22 pass interception (par- failed) Oxy Johnson 38 prfss from Walker (pass failed) A1 tend a nee 2,300. Texas A&I 21, Cat State (LB) 7 Cal State (LB) 0 7 0 0-7 Texas A&I 7 0 7 7-11 Tex Alice 1 run (Hopkins kick) LB Burns 2 run (Evans kick) Tex Glenn 13 run (Hopkins kick) Tex Walkovlac 3 run (Hopkins KicK) Attendance 14,000. Sacramento Slate 28, Cal Poly (Pomona) 9 Sacramento State ... 7 14 7 023 Cal Poly (Pomona) .. 0 0 0 99 SS Carter 20 pass from Ltppo (Berg- Strom kick) SS Carter 1 pass from LIpdc (Berg-Strom kick) SS Carter 14 pass from Lippe (Berg-strom kick) SS DeAnrjclis 3 run (Bcrgstrom kick) CP Safety, DeAnociis tackled in end zone CP Clay 47 pass from Forkert (Davii kick) Attendance 1,500. UC Davis 34, Whitlier 23 Whitticr 0 14 ft fi 23 U. C. Davis 23 0 3 8-3-1 UCD Journey 15 run (Furlan kick) UCD Safety, Wargo tackled in end , zone UCD Garcia 3 run (Furlan kick) UCD Gravellc 50 pass from Ingram (Furlan kick) Whl Broomhead 3 run (run failed) Whl Mcle 10 run (Hall pass from Mele) Whl Broomhead 37 run (Halt pass from Mele) UCD FG Furlan 30 Whit Coville 13 pass from Mele (kick failed) UCD Journey 2 run (Kohlmoos pass from Ingram) Attendance 2500 Loyola 35, U. San Diego 6 U. 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