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pAK tree charts AT SAMTA ANITA faoiiilil 1W tv Triangle PuMmtiom. A 1- fOM Carina Can : Tne acin. .As&adaJioa. Santa Parte Arcadia, Calif., Saturday, ir U Mtf Taglfa 4av of 20-GJSV attvma oneeting. AU linislm confirmed DP njoai e-nonjenarj umert, T (Clear and ag) ft2 FIRS? RACE Six fettera. For T-rtr"' aad bp. CtainUas. ' , Puna Ot. tW arO ioctey Wt. Fin Toll b- Bum. Fierce IIS W 13) fraad Tba Turf. Kssafes 1IT J- 3.00 tTeval Gentieman. Harris IIS 31 2-00 VI rii Hun. Pincay J20 42 10J Aavinag The Blues. TTvaleKBiela TT7. US 5i 3J.70 Vkst-Rulier, Palomino 120 Oasis A Meoece. Sa'm'kT 115 m 10.10 formal. Nono 115 az t-f Dai Look. Harmed .. U7 .?o Hurt. Hall 1 M JJJ AeaFlight, McCuUar .. 115 U 'Scratched Cabin Boy, Lime Wilson Tuna, at ;l-5. :57J-5. 1:094-5. H Ainu UM a.40 40 Tread TM Turf J0 J.M Cayal GaoHanua 2M 6?rt flood from sale, won driving. Winner, ch.. 4, by Mr. BusherBel-laU. Trained by J. Manzl. Royal Gen-ilefnaQ claimed by w. R. Johnson tor eaJSB. Muluel pool S127.717. tB SECOND RACE Miia and one-iu- r . -teeatft. For 2-yaarold maidens. rurse sim. Vierse and iockey-T" Wt. Fin. To SI etaJCnignt In Armor, Shoe. 116 2.70 Motivator, Nono 11 2 1-50 King Theme, Ourousseau 116 32, 7.10 ypVty, Harteck ........ 116 4B 4.50 Snow Man. Pierce 116 5i 15.10 Maiestic Ruler. CampastU 61 12M0 Windaway, Velasquez 116 72 65.10 Playboys Xnight, Rosales xl" l 1310 Tompelad. Alvarez 116 10 20.jO KlngOl The Fleet, Harris 114 101 107.60 Tehran City, Pincay ... 11 1110 35.50 Old Twitch, Black kill 12 184.70 o-J3lsqualified and placed second. Scratched Prince wllhelm, walkikl Tlrnf, :23 2-5, :47 3-5. Jtl21-5, l:3I-5, 1 -44 2-5. Motivator SM 3.00 2.60 e.Knleht In Armor 4.00 3.40 KIM Them - - Start poor, won driving. Winner, b.c, 2. by OrrAnd-Onr-Dear April. Trained by H. Ot McBride. Mutuel pool S197.761. 4714 THIRD RACE Six furlongs. For year -olds. Allowances. Purse Horse and jockey Wt. Fin. To 51 rlnca Nashville. Shoe. 118 u TS Senile Bully. Rosales ..Xll3 21 1.10 ?ancho Leios, Compas IIS 33; 10.40 Honey Car, Alvarez H8 46 7.80 Jr. Hark, Hall "f it J2.10 eek Lark. McCullar .. 115 41 28.30 BrtMv SjMhulllii- Shoe. 118 Gentle Bully. Rosales . X113 21 Rancho Leios, campas us 3J; Honey Car, Alvarez ..... H8 46 Dr. Hark, Hall 11$ SI Greek Lark. McCullar .. 115 61 Ole Girl, Nono 112 7 65.20 No scratches. . Time, :221-5. :4S, :57 2 5. 1:09 3-S. Prince Nashvlll 5.40 2.60 2.40 Gentle Bully , 2.20 2.20 Rancha Lalos , Mi Start pood from gate, won driving. Winner, b.c. 2, by Nashville Casslope's Joy. Trained by C. R. West. Mutuel pool ill 7,944. 4785 FOURTH RACE Six furlongs. For 2-year-old rillias. Allowances. Pursa 85,000. Horse end lockey- wt. Fin. To 51 Linda Summers. Rosales X113 i 3.90 Loved, Harris I f 2.00 Serasvatl, Nono 118 32 34.80 Regalness, Pierce ...... JJS 42 3.00 Strange Days, Shoem'k'r 115 5U 4.50 On Line. Pincay 118 62 4.50 HI Nimy, Velasquez .... 115 7 22.90 145 3-S. 581-5. 1:10 3-5. B5 """"".. tS Serasvatl 6-20 Start flood from gate, won driving. Winner, b.f. 2, by Crozier-)ueen!v Gift. Trained by J. S. Dunn. Mutuel pool S222J70. ef 86 FIFTH RACE Six furlongs. For 3. vear-olds and up. Allowances. - - Purs 44,000. Horse and jockey Wt. Fin. To 51 Jungle Savage. S'maker 15 Callmbo. Harris 14 2 Selud Y Pesetas, Pierce 115 3 Thirteen Tricks, Hall ...115 43 Torch O'Blue, Hartacx .117 S .20 16.30 6.CO 41.80 4.90 HARNESS At Hollj-wooa Copyright 1969 by Trlanole Publications, Inc. (Daily Racing Form) Western Harness Racing, Inc., Hollv-wood Park, lnglewof, Calif., Saturday. Oct. 18. 1969 23rd night of 78-night fall meeting. Complete finishes all races confirmed bv official photochart camera. (Clear, track fast) in FIRST RACE-On mile. Trot. Con-dllloned. All agts. Purs 8200. Horse and driver AFIn. To $1 Teeny Victory. Llghthill 12 1U Turning Point, Marsh Jr. 21 21 Neda Empire, Petty ...815 33 Gile Force, Craig all Native Star, Dennis .... 3i 3 Riley, Todd Sr S 631 French Pass, Berry .... 55 7n Bttle Lord, Williams .9 82 Joy Arden, Stansell .... 41 J 9 16.50 1.60 37.50 9.00 12.70 22.20 9.50 2.10 12.60 Time. :30 25, 1:0125, 1:4945. 2:0315. Teeny Victory 15.00 TarMmt Point NeM Empire Miwi. tunn rlrlvlno. 1:32 35 9. 8.80 4.20 4.00 .... 90 Winner. c , I n Vlrtarv Mnrdl Gras. Tfilned by J. O'Brien. Mutuel pool SfljjM. , . jat-SECOND RACE 1 116 miles. Pace. . Claiming. All ages. Purs $J,20D. TOP Claiming once t,jj. Hon and driver Ftn. ToSl Margon Hanover, Vollaro 51 Worthy Hanover N- Farrtnvton -. 12 5orotl Pride, Williams Jr. 721 Gene Tally, Suarez 8 Express 2., Williams .. Conner Star, Gillllan .. 21 Vernon Adlos, Berry ... 3J1 Pulaski Silver, Hardie . 61 122 3.80 22 3.09 312 2.30 43! 30.80 5"fc 4.10 631 0.90 71 3330 15.10 SSJFlgvi 1:0025, 1:33. 2:031,5. Mrl nattawr . J g S. Worthy Hanover N 2.80 Porotl Pride 2.80 Start siood. ww drlvlno. Winner, ejla.fl, by Hoot Mon Mellow Hanovr. Trained by J. Vollaro. Mutuel pool nH .836, Double Pool 8100,982. Htghtly double fi-41 paid S193.88 JH THIRD RACE On mile. Pie Conditioned. Per 4-year-olris and trnoer. porse savo. rrs Horse and driver 4 Fin. To S! SMftl Gold. Williams .. 12 ! .90 Pectnfl Bye, Williams Jr. 32 221 7.20 Armbr Jeer, Wheeler . 11 m 3.80 The Grumbler. WltBurn S3 42 6.70 impressive Time. Petty 42 s 8.10 Top Cene, HOlt 6 6 28.30 Wee Can D.. Bailey .... 7 elis. 19.80 ti o scrrjties. Ttme, :304S, 1:0145, 1:31. 1:4535, 9r2V5. Shn-s eM 2- J 5 f Pectno By S J Start pood, won bandllv. Wlrmer. tjra3. try Knox Hanover Frisco Gold. Tratn-d br R. Williams. Mutuel pool 38n7. 32 FOURTH RACE On rrrlte. Pace. Clarmtng. AH awes. Purs S4JMC. ' Tap datmtng price SKJOcc i Worse and driver 34, FrrTToSl Trotwood Paul Dermis . 51 12 T13 Star Carrier. Fjrrmgton 11 2J 3 tiwslw Lmd, Wtltlams . l 3" 5.80 WHte Drrm, Cobb 21 45 40 nrtm Bar, TTstter . 73 Sll 260 Kafn Trm. RJrods .... 31 Ti.50 Wtt Comet Time, Price 83 73J 15 90 Tbrperf H. Oaetton z 83i 7.m r? fjrhrrdk Webb 9 31.80 SuanJted Josny So, Hcxisnr Hal. ' Tine, JO 15, ljn 2S. 1J3. 151747S, 9KB 3US. Tl uTafUOlt Paul J4AB 19-29 S.4B Stir earner s Jf EasMr UM Start orjed. wen crMnej. Wtrmer. b n-5. y Oae Fiusr. .Tlldewwev Ca-oL Tratrwd tr? J. Dermis. Ktrjtoei sex slQskTe. E- aycta txx S7S,1S5- sa tanerj tT-ST mm $202J JUI I If I W fMCJE On" trm. Pic. CewliiwxL 1 apes- Pisrie S3JXXI. Wars wnl rjrtyer 6 FtnTToST latu 9dbe, thrms 1 T 230 Tartan Lee. Wheeler 31 22 4.00 "xnrarm. PtHt 3 13.40 AoVHa Hettc.PVimarris 42 an 3.70 Tbra iStt, latl SV T JS, T :6 I t. 3.-S1. 7jm .b xa U8 3 8 3T . BlT. fta. ojri4r. 31? S -7D S? 1-CdQP SJ 9 00 S?US!I9 t. IWlJS. Fe. Hiiuhjii 71 T5 TJ0 Utitij ftotrrtsT, coner . 42 s mil Scratched Flee Boatswan. Tine, :221-5. :4i3-i. 6 3-5. 1014-S. Junsle Sanaa 2.40 1 2.10 Caliraba IM 2.M Salud Y Prvtat 2.10 Stan good from sate, won easily. Winner, rc 2, by Indian emp Fools-suunt. Trained by J. loooden- Mutuel oooi. S26061. Minus Show pool, S7.-237-25. 4307 SIXTH RACE Six fturisass. Far 3-year-olds ana up. Purs M.5M. Morse end rockey Wt. Fta. Toil Tanto Cold. Pincay ... 110 11 2-30 oolAodren, Ourousseau .116 2nk IS JO Bin Mark, Rosales kill 3" 1.70 Vague Image, Hall 113 4i; M Bern Book. Mono 113 52 35.20 Aragoo Ik Harris 120 li 43J Laughing Gull, Velasquez 113 74 11.69 a-Batitu, Pierce "4 0 30 a-Oisnitas. Alvarez 120 9 3,60 do Oisoualtfied trom 2nd and placed Sth. Olgnltas and Bafim raced coupled. No scratches. Time, .-223-5, :4S4-5, 374-5, 1:094-5. Tanto Cold aJO J.20 10 Sin Mark U Ut vause Image . 4.ao Starr good from gate, won driving. Winner, ch.g. 5. by Bit Of Ireland Whirlwinder. Trained bv W. Mast-Rangclo. Mutud pool. S236J60. 4708 SEVENTH RACE Mile and"-ine sixteenth. For 3-yeer-oles and up. Claiming. Purse M.00O. Horse and jockey Wt. Fin. To SI Le Briaadier. Shoemaker MS 12 4.80 Shuck's Note, Snyder .114 22 39.60 Benevolent Tyrant, R'iesKlll 3" 30.30 Shining Count. Nono ... 110 41J 13.60 Count Curragh. Our'seau 114 51 4.10 Psychologist. Hall n 9.30 Duffer. Pincay 114 ? 23.50 Decorator King. Pierce 118 a -40 Gamelight, Veiasouez . 112 1-30 "In distress. Scratched Conrov Kid. Time, i224.5, .-472-5, 1:12, l:3e4-5. 1:43. Le Brigadier 11.40 7M 4.70 J;Ji Benevolent Bvran't' 11.60 Sion youu iu o.i w. ww.n.. Shuck's Note, won driving. Winner, gr.h. 6, by Pareiero Pildorita. Trained by H. Moreno. Gamelight claimed bv J. J. McNaufihton for $204100. Mutuel pool. S 226,376. 4789 EIGHTH RACE Mile and one-eighth on the turf. For 3-year.olds. The Volante Handicap. Purse 150, 000 added. Gross purs 157,500. Horse and jockey Wt. Fin. To 1 a-Tell. Shoemaker 130 1i .50 Noholme Jr.. Pincay ...lis 5 3.20 Neutral, Rosales 13 3! 10.70 do-A-Makor, Pierce 1 u J2 M Noholme AldalU Alvarel . 1 5i J1.50 True Balcony, Dur'seau 113 15.10 Drllghtlul Summer, Veiasouez 108 73 . Royal Dynasty, Nono ..111 8 18.00 aq-Di5quailfied from 4th and placed 5th. a Tell and Maker raced coupled. No scratches. Time, :23 2-5, :46 4.5, 1:101-5, 1:34 3-5. 1 :46 4-5. Tell 3 00 1 20 2.10 Noholme Jr. 2-W 20 IWutral Start good from gate, won driving. Winner, b.c. 3. Round Table Nas-Maha. Trained by C. Whittingham. Mutuel pool, S265,S89. 6790 NINTH RACE Mil and one-eighth. For 3-year-olds and UP. Claimins. Purs IS .000. Horse and iockey- Wt. Fin. To $1 Bravo Bllko. Rosales ... Xll3 1" El Chaparral, Wall .... 116 2U TlnvcacMe. Black ....xios 3U Diamond Shoes, Pincay 116 4 Macho, Harris 114 52, ill yB'.nni7 116 66 3.10 4.90 8.60 3.40 9.20 Hang A Right, Snyoer . 113 76 12.20 My Haven, Nono 116 8 n.BO tt,??22 44. 1-5, 1:10 3-5. 1:36 2-5. 1 :49 4-5. Bravo Bilk 120 J.90 3.00 El Chaparral 4-80 3.BJ Tlnycackle Start good from gate, won ridden out. Winner, ch.g. 4, bv Currock-Trylng Too. Trained by R. Chew. Mutuel puok $250,485. Total mutuel handle, $2,213,-660. Attendance, 24,615. CHARTS Park Dick's Sister. Farrlngton 53 Jet Butler, Cobb .. ... 2) Timelv Goose. Llghthill 32 Way To Go, Mcllmurray 6 31 50 560 600 8.00 Ml 6 5cratcneo jesia nm. Time, :31 2 5, 1:023S. 1:33 25. 1 -47 2 ;S, 2:01 35. Knox Patch 4.0i 3 M 2.80 Miss Lustvtown 540 3.20 Dick's Sister 2.80 Start good, won driving. Winner, br h.4, bv Knox Hanover Miss Goldie Patch. Trained by R. Williams. Mutuel pool S150.094. 305 SEVENTH RACE One mile. Pace. Conditioned. All ages. Purse $5.000. Horse and drlver- i Fin. ToSl Aka Eden, Cobb 22 Roswell, Williams .. . 52 Sharon Mamie, Long .. 61, Instantly, Wllburn 41 Cornell, Llghthill 31 Diamonte King, Holt .. 9 Fashion Tip, Dennis ... 12 Peppy Tar, Williams Jr. 81, Laird. Jones 72 1U 2 32 2.30 8.10 15.60 10.70 5.90 13.90 5.10 4.00 26.80 62! 7" 831 No scratches Time. :304'5. 1:011'$, 1:323.5, 1:47 l'S. 2:013,5. Aka Eden 6 60 4 20 3.80 Roswell J j; Sharon Mamie 7.40 Start good, won drlvino. Winner, b.fl.7, bv Morris Eden Aka Aka. Trained by E. Cobb. Mutuel pool S142J49. 304 EIGHTH RACE One mile. Pace. Free-lor-all. The Leland Stanford. Purse $1200. Horse and driver 3 Fin. ToSl Honest Story. Cobb . 11 ! 1.10 7.50 5.S0 3.10 6.60 16.90 Song Cycle, Pety 42 Ollie Hanover, Ferrlngt'n 5! Careless Time, Marsh Jr. 3! Bieatn. Wilburn 21, Gavlland. Gill .- 51 NO scratcnes. Time, -.29 2,5. 1:00k 1 :31 45, 2:00- Hcrrest Story "28 J.JO 2.60 Song Cycle Mi J " Ozri Hanover 3.60 Stat good, won driving. Winner, b h.5, bv Adios Butler Dream Ledv. Trained bv E. Coob. Mutuel poo' 8I32J75. 307 NINTH RACE One mne. Pace. Conditioned. Aft ages. Purse $3,200. Horse and driver Si Fm. ToSl What A Flash, Long . . 72 Pntrlcle Loolse. wllburn SJ Oso Slo, Williams Jr. .. 311 Preferred Time, Far'gf n 61 Armbro Insko. Cartnal . Shormar, stametl 22 Trial Lawyer, Cobb 1 C.B. Senator, Williams . 41 Two Step, Marsh Jr. ... 8, 12J 18.20 21 2J0 3U 3.60 41 7.10 531 12.00 6ft 8.10 711 6.70 82J 7.70 9 20.40 No scratches. . ... , Time. -.30. 1 :00 275. 1 : SI. 1 :45 4S. 2:00. What Flash 3S4D 12.J0 sm Patrlda Louise 2.40 3.20 Oso Slo Stnrt pood, won drlvlno. Winner, b.e.5. by Meedow Gold Tess Volo. Trained by C Krrfl Mtrh-iel two 891X124. Exact pool S76J30. Total S1J09.6S0. Attendance 20.813. $5 Exacts t7-) paid 8840.00 Auto Racing PR SUPER STOCKS at wm event rrao lansV-T- .tjhi Foster tNewhatll: 2. Worm Warebero rReseda); 3. Pat winter CN. HottT- Atleiksanije 4JSS DSAGKACmS lit Oi Bmjt. Cowrie fraceWBTt FUEL ALTERED-wmie Bon L Anoees. 7,5? sec and 200.89 m4J.h-det. Sash IPialsuuaia (Los Aneetesl. 737 and T93.95. LOW ET Borstb. 7X3 sec If act. Aiie'iklBiice 215 AT Lions om SI, lu- Furmr cars Kthr oat fLono Beachj, Camaro, W 55 m.p.n. def. Cnck Smtfli UJrWnjooT, Conrerte. ?J8 and 293.13 trerjnpMexn. JUT4fOR FttEL Bin 'Tldwen ' sT-PBB BeacM. 7.67 and T9m def. uesltc Anen Tmowerv 7.73 ana 182-53. M 9t WllHlBlfc aWW"W5 rtes no?r?rs. Orvsfr, 7X3 sec nd TW-M r-ix.ri.. Pat Ktfntc pJiterooiv Owrper. 7.8 una T9B-22. tfrm',, mttsMD, 7,0 and 3ni2v tt G?ne Snow Pt or!hV -ChBreer, 7-38 Wiltnti, Shoe BY BOB HEBEKT Jockey Bill Shoemaker said that he never ielt better, and 24,615 fans will testify that the little champion has seldom ridden any better. So on a matchless fall afternoon with the foothills in the background standing out so clear that you could almost reach out and touch them, Shoemaker celebrated by boot-r ing home four winners that included a triumph aboard Tell in Oak Tree's 557,500 Volante Handicap Saturday at Santa Anita. Officially, it was four DRIVERS GRENIER BY BION ABBOTT Times SlaH Writer His fellow drivers ho- nored the memory of Jacques Grenier in brief but moving ceremonies before the harness races Saturday night at Hollywood Park. The 61-year-old Grenier died at 12:30 a.m. Saturday at Daniel Freeman H o s p ital in Inglewood where he had been taken following a heart attack Tuesday evening. The drivers, attired in racing silks, formed a semicircle on the track before the grandstand. Heads were bowed and a moment of silence was observed. Grenier was a prominent figure in Southern California sports for more than two decades. RACE ENTRIES AT CALIENTE First pest, noon 1st SUM, mdn 3YO GAG, cfmf, i t Attorney-In-Fact IIS Blue March 118 Dr. GoodspettJ 113 Prosperous Land US AAarii 8ov 115 Rare Emoire xllO Facundo's Pappy US Follvn Out 118 Speak To Me IIS Ispeekformyserf Reddy Reserve xl.O Zealander 2nd 5M0O, mdn 2YO alwe, Pi f. Gvpsy Festival 115 Go Go Papoa Tetrasha HB Arrtic Bomb west Miss xllO Swift Princesf Geva 118 118 118 IIS 115 3rd SI, 20O, JYO, ctms, f. Moment Of Bepou Luck 107 Tucky Tam Tripple E. 118 Callbeau Topper's Too 118 Game Chief Sandslstor 118 Your Joking XllO 4ttv Si.3. clmt.y 3YO up. 1 m. World Of Magic 120 Mitol Princess 111 EscoMiss Ud Faith O'Poor. 114 The Twang 117 Quick Succession 11 Malaya 111 ComeOno x112 5th SI, 400, clmt., 3YO up, 4 f. Vegas Hostess 117 Roman Dare 113 Hidden Diamond 117 Kings Spectrum 116 Narakare 120 KatnyGoid xl12 ftv 51,700, allow- 3YO UP t 1. Ace Of Speed lUGus'GIH 114 Fotlow Along 114 Campo Queen 114 Talking Bare dot x!09 Ambling Way X112 7th Jirtoo, elm, 3YO up, i m. 70 yd. Goidenall 114 Final Stet 1U Le Grand Chat x1M Jamstowr Boy 120 Surrey Lane 114 RareOccasion 117 8th $1,400, clma.r 3YO UP It' m. KavgeeMIss x"2 AAedailist 116 Alibt Abbey 120 Father's Money xlW Nggbhai 120 Just Jed US Penny Ali 112 Chestnut Beauty 117 nn 51,800. ctmi., 2YO, f. Peek Ahead 117 Hurry Tonga 1?0 Running High 1C8 Classic Spot 113 Nayu 110 instant Money 11 Atavism xlM loth $i,9, altws., 2YO, r. Generator 110 Late For School 118 Miss B. And B. US Dodse For Cover r King's Treat 110 Friendly pal 118 Teas Lightning 118 11th 17,200, hdfp.- 3YO DP, 1 R). Gay Beau 103 Roving Gambler 105 Pasha's Virtue 117 Cache Valley 122 Tudor Lover 105 Daring Largs 1C3 Crafty 120 Chief Bowl 10? 12tH SLOW. Clmt., 3YO UP, t. Lucky Peak til Silver Charmer 10 Jed Ruler Galanlto Halo's Soeil Piinsoll Line 120 Leeto Bond 150 109 Useless 120 112 Tudor Tutlmer 114 117 Top Turbulence 120 Horse Show Results 4TH ANNUAL FLWTRIOGE HORSE SHOW AHSA HUNTER SEAT MEDAL CLASS Hao Hansen La Canada). BARBARA WORTH GOOD HANDS AND SEAT MEDAL CLASS (HUNTER SEAT fern Cwlnolon Wnlttlerl. ONONDARKA HUNTER SEAT MEDAL CLASS Mite Heliert (Tulunsa). JUMPERS-LADIES TO RIDE Festival Prince, Tonl Berliner rider, Rlno Tree Ranch iwnr. AMATEUROWNER WORKING HUNTERS Charweed, Cecelia Presley, rider and owner. CONFORMATION HUNTERS Proud Heiress, Susan Hutchison rider, MM Wm. P. Germ owner. JUMPERS-SIX BAR Sir Echo, Rob Gaoe rider, Robert Gate Owner. ASPCA HORSEMANSHIP CLASS Barby Hartwlo (Rotllno Hills). HUNTER SEAT EQUITATION OVER EEN-CES-RIDERS 17 AND UNDER Nancy Swett rLos Anoeles). CONFORMATION HUNTERS-HANDY Bay Leaf, Barbara Fun, rider and owner. AHSA STOCK SEAT medal CLASS Dee Dee Beauc-hamo rBatboe). TRAIL HORSES-RIDERS 17 AND UNDER Mldnloht Owens. Glenn Ray rider. Aiiene S, Glen Ray owner. TRAIL HORSES-Coooertone, Murrle Watson rider and owner. WORKING HUNTERS- CROSS COUlJTRY-nDerCat, BeckT Naoel riser, OnoY Foncv owner. JUNI- ORWORKItlG HUNTERS - CROSS Aerev TunH rlrter. ClnOv FancV owner. JUNIOR WORKING HUNTERS-CROSS cnuNTRT?rpER5 t5-T7 eet smart, Rob Gaoe rider, Robert Gaoe owner. jruwiSHRSJHAMnr Trouble, coma Stobolef leld rider and owner. Abo ran CnaTtenoe Jim. HI Insotra-AmATEOROWNER WORK1WG WUN- fton. Sweet Tlermle. Garni Maw Smokes, TERSWAWDY PebMewltl, yraw Stetn. WESTERN 'PLEASURE HORSE Sea- lac. TerreTt Ewtno, rider and owner. AMATEUROWMER HUNTERS UN- DER SAOTH.E-MleTrjBrfcj!!j Bos TMer and eemer. STOCK HORSES -Sunder, Rlr Nab Ttder. ctark Feeds ft Westw n Stone owner. JUNIOR. Jum- PERS-Tortow, Andres Scon Mow, Attne lamroo owner. EOOTTATtON- STOCKSEATtOERS ,B-lTeoe-j- wcetatdes G t e n d a 1 el. WESTERN pleasure wORSES-RroERS t AND tmoER faclta Srar, aAaTY gelt rtder. J.SJlSrSSm-li-rrl 1 eiwr tsuATtCTtTER SEATrOERS Tl AWD UKDER-Pam CBs tPacffle Pithznesl. HE'S 13-13: rSecBon n-Jam lOlann EWOTTATHJIS-TOlSltK St( - K- rereoowno rtmsi. rsecnon zi eimerv CoTfln (Rainno KBS5). E8U1TATF0N- HUNTER SEAT-RtDERS W5 SttW-t pbvkjs Keuiancst. , . JOCICPV Sfanom05 JULKCJ JldllUIIIUJ puts. istana3rtJ sr-pfSTT a 11 5 SSi ! 5 S I ta .LandB JEtrw i , imih 7 5 Sr?nSSw-T-Z-Z 3 i s Scores winners for the Shoe, But it could have been five. In the second race, Shoemaker was first under the wire aboard Knight In Armor, but after taking a long look at the re-run, stewards disqualified Knight I n Armor and gave the -victory to Motivator. Tell's triumph in the Volante was his second stakes victory of the season, it gave the team of Shoe and trainer Charley Whittingham a record of four-for-five in stakes run so far at Oak Tree, and it was worth 535,000 to own- HONOR MEMORY He spent three years in the Air Force during World War II, then moved to California after his discharge. He became head football coach at St Anthony High in Long Beach from 1945 to 1951 and in 194S he coached the team led by Johnny Olszewski that won the CIF football championship. He held a position on the staff of officials for the National Football League from 1947 to 1952, a period during which he officiated at many Rams games. Although Grenier had driven in a harness race for the first time in 1925 at the age of 17 when he was a native of New Hampshire, he did not enter the sulky sport on a professional basis until 1952. He was born in Manchester, N.Y. May 1, 190S, graduated from the University of New Hampshire where he lettered in football and boxing and served from 1933 to 1942 as athletic director and teacher-coach at Middletown High School in Connecticut. Grenier went into harness racing on "a full scale after his purchase of Power Chief for 5750 as a yearling in 1950. Power Chief accumulated nearly $100,000 and scored 18 victories in Western Harness competition. In 16 years of harness race competition Grenier won a total of 733 races and purses that netted more than S1.4 million. His outstanding horses included Thorpe Grattan and Jesta Hill, currently racing at Hollypark. Jesta Hill was scheduled to race Saturday night but was scratched. Grenier is survived by his widow, Edna, of Long Beach; his 23-year-old son. Marc, and Jeanne Black-man, wife of driver Ross Blackman. Marc, who has been assisting his father in training and driving, is expected to take command of the stable. Visitation will be held today from 4 to 9 p.m. and all day Monday at Artesia Mortuary Gardens. A rosary mass tvill be celebrated Monday at 8 p.m. at St. Cornelius Catholic Church in Long Beach. A requiem mass will be held at St Cornelius Church Tuesday at 10 a.iru with interment to follow at All Souls Cemetery in Long Beach. RACE RESULTS TV in ataoo. iro em, mu w.eOT wmosor, lie. Rivera 71 JD S.OO 3.68 ?S IHBUrrT KCIVII, Hit WID) Also ran Sable SeeVer. Deb Llsnt. Romuers Bounty. Alotamatorleey. Shanem, Cm f'WWI'! S2!lFfiK22lT' Loco Im ScratcHed: Tlmelr Prtrctu. FerteCta (5-1111 WM S33.W 2ntf-10W, JTO , iMmw Ctrmt. . t. W Card, T2D Wonoe HJ 4X0 ? SS Ktooxa, I J, casta 'Rom Fbz, 112. Looez Time 1-ul 1-5. it-tie Mm ttorco. Constant Saint. Srd-WOJO, JYO OP, mdm- clmtu Stt 1. eret6m Prlnee, T. Hteera JD ISO i SoMJS PrWe, TM. CestS 3.SQ ISO KftcMn Coo, WO, Arias J0 Time 1M e-5 e Tan-Oent Saef. Ever SearrJima. La Ctrrta, Otnrtndo, Fetr GaTla, Traces Tone. A Bit Anorr. Rornrn HItts. Secret Roman, fjeralrbed-. Ftwo Com, Atsid 6 sew, ptom special, mws wwtmelr. ai-Tm TYO on, fnoam. dim. 1 1HL 7a yds. Koto, TO- Rivera J0 Ti 71 lftTOIIWK J SSfJShmlf Jarfc. Wn. rv-o-- A ZnSrSi nSI I.. . ,' , .' . .. ma KW-CTnte. AOPw :'- -,,71 i, t.TT "Btr m Devesrwui, rWtri BjA tMftsw TM) tSHB sw-OToa, iro m, Onm. f. PHres Lane. Toe. Ixca MJJ0 US 3HC Alt Tr Cnarnea. TtS. sdnbn XS 5J0 ff& Ye-Oe, T13. Cespedes XaD Timw j-s. . ftBI jjtwB fio. Foreton. fmoentl tJanoer, Taleaoa CnwL'tJncie Gosa Jr V,; TrtlBfrT TrtH T!5j- WHtWI Tf.m y-0 1-TO so wtr SBW.7m. tm SM With TelL Rides 4 Winners J er Mrs. Howard B. Keck. Shwildering a burden of 130 pounds. Tell covered the mile and a furlong over the turf course in 1:4645 and returned S3. At the wire, his margin was three parts of a length over Noholme Jrw with Neutral third. The only other 3-year-old in California racing to win carrying 130 pounds was Tell's sire, the grass-horse -of-his-generation, Round Table. Shoemaker sent Tell to the front soon after the start, saved his colt as much as possible while Hawaii Takes Man o' War in Record Time BELMONT PARK Jorge Velasquez brought Hawaii off the pace in a perfectly judged ride Saturday and won the $113,-300 Man o' War Stakes on a course-record time of 2:27 15 for Vi miles. In breaking the old record set by Czar Alexander last June 14 by one-fifth of a second, Charles Englehard's South Afri- RACING ROUNDUP can-bred charger scored by a handy 2 14 lengths over Mrs. Henry Obre's North Flight with Roke-by Stable's Fort Marcy third in the field of nine. It was the third straight stakes victor' on the grass for Hawaii, who returned S4.20, $2.80 and $2.20 as the favorite of the crowd of 39.073. North Flight returned $6.80 and S3.60 and Fort Marcy was $2.60 for show. Completing the order of finish were Hasty House Farm's Lostallo, Crooked Billet Stable's Gun Song, Daniel Wildenstein's Feli-cio. Wavne Murty's Par-dallo, V.P. Stone's Beau of the West and Arkay Stable's Close Attention. BAY MEADOWS Stalking Neke posted a two-length victor' over favored Cardiff in the S30.000 Hillsdale Handicap. Gunner's Mark was third and Marjorie's Girl fourth in the 3-year-oid feature. The winner, ridden ty Mario Valenzuela, covered the six furlongs in 1:09 13 and paid $6.S0 to win. HAWTHORNE Vernon Lea Farms' favored Nodouble conquered Vif in midstretch and went on to win the 5124,280 Hawthorne Gold Cup by four lengths. Vif hung on for second and Verbatim was third in the field of seven In the 114-mile race. Nobouble, clocked in 1 :59 45 under top weight of 125 pounds, paid $3.80, S2.60 and $2.20. He earned $74,250. GARDEN STATE PARK .7. B. Mosley's Drumtop and William Tramontin's lone-shot, What A Dream, won the split Irinceton Handicap for 3-year-old fillies at a mile on the prass. Drumtop just nipped favored Elaine in 1:36 35. with Blue Tiage third. What A Dream won the second division in 1:35 35 bv two lengths over Show Off. Process Shot was third. Drumtop paid $6.80, S3.80 and S3, while What A Dream rewarded her backers with $55.20, $1420 and $5.60. AT CALIENTE m-tiun, JYO or. emu-, r . tosty Doe, IBS. Garcia 20.60 t JO a HI Felutm. 110. Mellentoear. 113, Costa Time 1 -M 1-5 Also ran-Mullmark. Bhwsseeni, Cera- m, craw rm m. km . a t. Onrno, 130, Rivera SM . Sffl g ' m cespedea 9 JO 6.00 YonTLoyiy. U7.Coat 1 Tim I 'M 4- Snoot Wsh. Sweet motion, t Love Lori, mentality. Etnel Sotltvan, Haters Friend. ScraWied: Game CMef, Leios Rose. W1 Tlw flOTl ctntsU . " g- tj- CeiwOel TUB M CIB "Vf-??-. 3 "2 HS "SS ll3 w IiJL2.TS: w km. . Also, t-an-Lee Attn Joe. Jasora ratn. oiarnond B-ss. TmtmT joe. ,bwi neai mi eema 1 ml n j, 5!"Tl57 SrSw!LD7'J!,0S 7J0 2 32 TSfS'Sl VZJZT 22 4 Vs Shoe. T14, Penlehe J0 Time l3i , Also ran Ttme To Rote, TtrJors Cleo- BJOol-SD1w. 3iios ponnv.Scratcfied: Ylwt S-H Root tolsawl $WB. Tbera were tiCeri eMTMf 'mn wm THe Conse- SBttOH 1UOI O Were OV -nCTTT ll" v wmners. EMk TkT s wor ssa. Toe : aM-Vl. TTRe-VSOBB, 3 YO WA, ejBtttw 4 f, wMeTrru mier n JO J0 tweteer. TO. tvartinez 3M Time WW 1-5. Kfto TMt-oomerlt Wo VoxSr ,JI"o, Jtmoomo, Rem.amn. Foroe Mrm. soWiea-. Ira St Darfflr; rrrr srr sSrSTTT ksrr Rcf ira. M is Tlli $an rmptxiiSt Skfca, rjJu. T setting the pace, and had enough left to hold off the challenge of Noholme Jr. in the drive, Tell broke out badly at the start," Shoe said later, 'and I would have been content with all that weight up to be second in the early running, but the others all took back. When Noholme Jr. came to Tell in the stretch, my colt ran real game." " VTuttingham added that the race was run. "just the way I thought it would be. Tell ran a good, game race with his weight up. This is his last race at Oak Tree. SOUTHLAND ROUNDUP Endemano-Led Stags First Win Over Oxy, Steve Endemano scored two touchdowns and set up another with a pass interception Saturday night, leading Claremont-Mudd over Occidental, 31-21. in SCIAC play. Endemano's pass interception with less than two minutes to play, set up the Stags clinching touchdown. It was Claremont-Mudd's first victory over Occidental. Occidental led 14-7 when Endemano broke loose on an SO - yard touchdown run. Tom Lundy added the conversion and a 35-yard field goal. Harry Wright scored from 11 yards out to give Clare-mont a 24-14 halftime lead. Oxy pulled within 24-21, but Endemano's interception, Claremont - Mudd's fourth interception of the game, set up Wright's second touchdown, a 3-yard run. 14" for Endemano Endemano finished with 147 yards in 19 carries. Glen Grossman passed for 147 yards (12 of 17), 10 going to Jackson Taylor for 71 yards. Oxy's Benny Johnson rushed for 70 yards, including scoring runs of 61 and 7 yards. Oxy's Fred Tippett completed 19 of 39 passes for 260 yards. Loyola held St. Mary's to minus 39 yards in the second half and overcame a 7-0 deficit to score a 14-7 victory and take a big step towards the Power Bowl, the club football national championship game. Dean Jelmini scored the winning touchdown, three minutes into the fourth quarter on a 4-yard run. The Lions had pulled even in the third period on Jerry Lowery's 1-yard keeper. Dennis Shaw passed for 262 yards and a touchdown and scored once JC Football METROPOLITAN CONFERENCE BakirsfrCM 42, Phtrc 14 Bkwsfletd ,..a....15 7 7 KV-e Pterc OK 0 0-14 Bstcersfleltf: TO True I (t run and 12 pss from Retmert,; Terw (1 run); D. Smith 51 pass trom Retnwrt); Hunt It pass from Relmert); ArmHo I pass trom Bartducci); Olar (14 pass trom Banthtcdh PAT Davis (Wck, Smith 3 (hides) Preston (kick), Rotmett (run). Pierce: TD Beaumont 5 wm from Lutr); Harrison (1 pass from Utt). PAT Pash 3 (kicks). Pasadvfw 2tr El Camlno 37 El Camlno - 7 6 14 027 Pasadena .... .... 7 7 0 14 3S Et Camlno: TD Bovd (4, 3, 73 and 1 nrrrs). PAT Patrick (kick). Heck (pass trom Bovd). Pasadena: TD Yeungblood (6 and 6 runs). Reed 2 (73 punt return, 24 oass from Brown. PAT Etcstrand 4 (kicks). MISSION CONFERENCE Rfvenidt M, Chaffer 2 Chaffer 0 0 0 2 2 Riverside 14 0 20 034 Chaffer: Safety Bero tackled In end lone dv Foster. . Riverside: TD 1Cendr1es 2 (1 and 79 runs); Johnson (35 Interception return); Fooshee (34 run); Ijewfs (41 pass from Fwchee). PAT Nhroiet (pass from Fouehee); Edmonds 2 (kicks). Grossmont 28. Citrus tS Palonwr 35, Soottwestern 24 DESERT CONFERENCE SafjrfWwi AO. Vlctcr Vantrr imperial vafiev 30. Bar-stow Wt. San Jacinto 2s, College of DwetT U WON CONFERENCE Easf Lei JUiuelt 4X Ntovrparlc 2t Cast 15 Angeles IS TJ 7 7G jOloorpark: , 07 720 Cast Los Anoefesr TD oto 2 tS and 7 run). Jaranmo run). Jones (5 ron) Lamoflie (27 oosa from Jarranmo). Ceeman (27 run)- Safetr Htwefl iacWM jRuuiUBi fc man. FAT Tretten S kks). . Woorparlc: TD-45 (2 Ton). TKmeWr 2. (7 iron, 4 wrsi from fRachadsV PAT Jacmto 2 (kicks). Taft 43. Sonoma Stare 6 SD Ntesa 24, CerrRot 21 CerrTtes 14 -2T 1 SD Rtesa , 0 7 0 T7-m CerrTtes: TP-Wetfma as from trnsf); Brtcfc 125 pass from Ernst)?: Baca (3 run). PAT Wft.stihw 3 fWcksJ. SD yESA; .TTWcDwnW (21 WO from OJtombrtiw); Lonoktir 41 cass frmrt Of !Wn iw); TS V from QrigrrtbrTnc). SAFgrT-jteca tatJtlfcg fcr and lone. PAT Joluoitune fklck3s Sotiny son rwnV FuWTton . San Weoo 3 Orange Coast w. Santa Ana T2 Drrer Standings .uuei i wHtiams e o u. ie?i Tom avniju 1 1 Sts. TS2no3ro ..laf 23 23 t3 m 13 13 JSwats Dewos Joe wrmm w... mm-,, 12 13 . , , 7) 12 12 8 10 Tt 12 We'll freshen him up now for the winter meeting at Santa Anita." During the afternoon, Sboemakvr also rode to victory aboard Prince Nashville at $5.40, Jungle Savage at $2.40 and Le Brigadier at $11.60. He now has a lifetime total of 5,852 winners only ISO behind Grandpa Johnny Longden. It was a busy afternoon for stewards. There were three inquiries, and each, ended in a disqualification. Besides Knight In Armor's foul in the second himself in San Diego State's 27-10 win over VT Arlington. Wayne Clatk passed for 243 yards and two touchdowns as Cat Western bombed Whittier, 41-21. Clark hit Eric Whidmark with 10 passes for 207 yards. Cal Lutheran won its 12th straight, exploding for 17 points in the fourth quarter and downfng La Verne 23-6. UC Davis 45, Cal Poly (Pomona) 13 Cal Poiv (Pomona) ... 0 0 0 1313 UC-DaviS 7 1 4 0 24-45 UCD Journey 54 run (Furlan kick) UCD Garcia 2 run (Purlan kick) UCD Gravetle 4 oass trom Ingram (Furlan kick) UCD FG Furlan 40 UCD Journev 20 run (Furian kick) CP Wlegmann 80 pass from Forkert (kick failed) UCD Luft 6 pass from Biogs (Furian kick) CP Wilier 43 pass trom Forkert (Davis kick) UCD Robinson 1 run (Furian kick) Attendance 3.200 Nevada (Las Vegas) 35, Azusa-Paclfic 13 Nevada (Las Vegas) .,14 t 8 735 Azusa-Pacific .-. 0 7 6 013 LV Hayn'es 7 run fBuiick kick) LV Buzlck 1 run (Buiick kick) LV Buzick 1 run (kick failed i AP Webb 2 pass trom Carroll (Rubl kick) AP Huston 3 run (kick failed) LV Saohtre 1 run CHavncs run) LV Acker ley '33 interception return (Buzick kick) Attendance 1.000 Cal Lutheran 23, La Verne 4 Cat Lutheran o 6 o 1733 La Verne 0 6 0 06 LV Long 9 pass from AHen (pass failed) CL Schommer 2 run (kick failed) CL Slouch 3 run (Bossard kick) CL Jeter 20 pass trom Jones (Bossard kick) CL FG Bossard 31 Attenda nee 2,000. U. San Diego 20, Cal State (LB) Fresh I U. San Diego 0 7 6 720 Cal State (LB) Frosh .0 0 0 88 SD Waslowskt 2 pass from Beagin (Bver kick) SD WasiowskI 67 pass from Beagin (kick failed) LB J. Martinez 27 pass from Drake (Drake run) SD Brown 60 pass Interception (Byer kick) Attendance 200, Redlands 25, UC Riverside 22 UC Riverside 6 t 0 8-22 Redlands 6 13 0 625 UCR Kiloatrick 1 run (kick faded) Red Brown 16 pass from Selway (kick failed) UCR Morawcvnaskl 25 run (Banduccl pass trom Kiloatrick) Red Terrazone 38 oass from Selway (kick failed) Red Selwav 11 run (Doyle kick) Red Cochran 31 pass from Hale (kick tailed) UCR Farmer 1 run (Dunn oass from KHoatrlck) Attendance 4,000. Cal Western 41 Whittier 21 Cat Western 10 14 3 1441 WhlMier 0 7 7 721 SAYS: 11X1 il EARL SCHEIB GIVES ALL Ulr0.tSTVF. BtlKCTO O.0SS CROSS -unrr" with entntn. eXfcmic li t4- pill I l M yen mrai-erol 1 ntnaeaaaaMtMaaaaaeJaaaaaaeiaeieaeaea TnWWg1MlJ srecmi. rm scram BT--Em irsT mt sranr booths wirnisiiisitiEQsiS8Hss owta.iiira-eawaesss GOAKAWTEE jciict wmwe. if ttct tmscKtnnamxm TOBwrmw s Ttatjajm HOOTS: mOH-m. 7z3Q AM TO em. mm, sth w. ohninife BL en s-sas rerttm. Ttsffw.saa Bernw fw. Gi BtrSfiVeU 57T0 'Ciemtiaw 'Et wtffiB.34S5 n.Pert TH.Fwjr.l l wwii emu CHrflm Cr TW a-ap77 2-msr 5-3SS5 UTHwaed, swr sau Wwr. gt. wo y.Tf1ywLt-5g0 tipgrwi m w. era. t, xm Mum, ma 3. nayw s-csn race, itewards disqualified Modren after finishing second in the sixth race and moved him back to fifth place. In the Volante Handicap, Makor was disqualified after finishing fourth and moved back to fifth. In the seventh race old Gamelight, hero of the recent Pomona Handicap, came upon sad times. Backed down to 6-5 favori-tism, Gamelight went lame after forcing the pace for six furlongs, and was eased the rest of the route. The 5 -year -old gelding was claimed out of the race for $20,000 by owner J. J. McNaughton. Score 31-21 CW FG Curtis 37 CW Nugent 5 run tCurlis kick) Wh Broomhead 29 pass trom Mele (Mete kick) CW Fields 8 pass from Clerk (CuHis kick) CW Whidmark 36 pass from Clark (Curtis kick) CW-FG Curtis 3S Wh Pointer 2 run (Mele kick) CW Dillard 2 run (Curtis kick) Wh Camalich 55 punt return (Mele kick) CW Nugent 43 run (Curtis kick) Attendance 1.500. Cal Poly (SLO) 21, Fresno State 17 Fresno State 3 0 14 017 Cal Poly (SLO) ...... 0 7 7 7-21 FS FG Stone 22 CP Acosia 3 run (Vaios kick) FS Muflson 2 run (Stone kick) FS Sexton 38 pass trom Hudson (Sione kick) CP Nig os 23 run (Valos kick) CP Edmondson 58 pass trom Milan (Valos kick) Cal Slate (LB) 23, Northern Arizona 15 Northern Arizona ..0 8 0 715 Cat Slate (LB) 14 0 16 323 LB Burns 6 run (Evans kick) LB Muber 47 pass trom McKinnev (Evans kick) NA Tate 9 run (Tate pass from Campbell) LB Burns 11 run (kick failed) NA Maier 17 pass from Beckenhauer (Campbell kick) LB FG Evans 28 Attendance 6,000. San Diego State 27, UT Arlington 10 San Diego State 7 13 0 727 U1 Arlington 3 0 0 710 UT FG Butler 24 SD Kafka 4 run fLImahelu klckl SD Brown 3 run (run failed) SD Olander 70 pass from Shaw (LI-mahefu kick) SD Shaw 1 run (Limhelu kick) UT Christy 36 run (Butler kick) Attendance 9,500. UC Santa Barbara 26, Valley State 2 Valley State 0 0 2 02 UC Santa Barbara ... 7 12 0 726 UCSB Rodgers 15 run (Raoenut kick) UCSB Shumer 12 run (kick failed) UCSB Weinberger 2 pass from Cur. tlce (kick failed) vs Safety, punt blocked out of end zone UCSB Runyon 46 Dass from Curtice (Raoanut kick) Attendance 6,000 Claremont-Mudd 31, Occidental 21 Claremont-Mudd ...... 7 17 0 731 Occidental 14 0 7 021 Oxv Johnson 61 run (Thatcher kick) CM Endemano 4 run (Lundv kick) Oxy Johnson 7 run (Thatcher kick) CM Endemano 80 run (Lundy kick) CM FG Lundv 35 CM Wright 11 run (Lundv kick) Oxv Evans 3 run (Thatcher kick) CM Wright 3 run (Lundy kick) Attendance 1 .752. Loyola 14, St. Mary's 7 Loyola 0 0 7 7-14 St. Mary's ...7 0 0 0 SM Vallon 59 pass from Huerte (Huarte kick) Lov Lowerv 1 run (Hitchcock run) Lov Jelmini 4 run (Hitchcock) Attendance 3,000. SCIAC Pomona 41, Caltech 9 Pomona 0 7 14 204' Caltech 0 0 0 00 Pom Seoulera 3 run (Meule kick) Pom Miller 2 run (Meule kick) Pom Miller 1 run (Meule kick) Pom Joost 3 run (Meule kick) Pom Connelly 1 run (pass failedl Pom Bunton 3 run (Meule kick) Attendance 400 THE TIME IS PREPARE FOR WINTER PROTECT FOR WINTER OF THIS FOR ONLY $29.35 TOKD MB BlCTlHESOnnHS sMTSEimc WBriwiws 6 SAT. 8 AM TO 12 TOONl CvtfiTTfl.mt.WwTe.fTte. KTJ3-7TKC fhewtfena. 375 S. r!-i3r Plot, mv T-S577 Pmuuuiv fhSt m W2-tS55 R'WIOe. Unte St. TT B-v333 &Ht gprirl'tflBW. WW. 7th TO 9-imt saw mm. ana wfftnt?gren cra-wci . an esiT n Ctin is, ssssrs yr.Stm Wqn. 3W5 ML ammm XC 2-47538 Sn Tvrn -35 San -Fern. no. tw SH G-ArM. 701 . VWIter CO 3-633B STWt Kim. TIB2 E- tTTh St 1CI 7-3ST TWTWtm.. Z278S S. wettet; Tm V-30S5 TM UttW. CR. SRfCBV ST 4Tttl US IRffflWK iws. 3et nilUJBlJJ3 3Z31 w. Mipeiui ow. eUTRIUWU Xtj'yO- 9Bm UHtyTowrv Detws c 3 7-7B r. ,i 71 m 17 . , . .. k m K C V gw3L i w , 37 S

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