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1 4 Part III Sun., Oct. 23, 1977 TLoS 3..gclcg iEimeg 2 A Belated Win by Swingtime BY BION ABBOTT Times Stall Writer It was long past time for Swingtime to make an appearance in someone's winner's circle and she made the most of her best opportunity of the year to score in the $43,650 Las Palmas Handicap Saturday before 26,792 fans at Santa Anita. Swingtime took advantage of a perfect ground-saving ride by jockey Fernando Toro to outfinish her entrymate, Theia with Bill Shoemaker, by VA lengths in a good 1:47 15 for VA miles over the grass course. Summertime Promise, prompted by jockey Laffit Pincay, set most of the pace and held on for third, a half-length farther back. She was followed across the finish line by Star Ball, Accra II and Up To Juliet in a field trimmed by one-third with the declaration of Hail Hilarious, Lucie Manet and Miss Nijinsky. While this was only the second win of the year for Swingtime, it was also the 12th time in 16 races that she had finished in the money against the very best in the filly and mare division. The 5-year-old daughter of Buckpasser had already piled up $122,250 in bits and pieces for 1977 and to this she added a winner's check of $25,650 for her owners, Mrs. Mary Bradley and trainer Charlie Whittingham. Pincay sent Summertime Promise into the early lead which she maintained with a :23 15 quarter and a :47 flat half-mile. But she was quickly surrounded by Swingtime on the inside and Theia on the outside. Toro squeezed through along the inside with Swingtime for six furlongs in 1:11 flat and they continued to increase their advantage through the stretch with a mile in 1:34 45. Theia dropped back to fourth turning, into the stretch and then came on again to overtake Summertime Promise. Swingtime saved board favorites from their first blanking of the season Saturday with the win that was worth $3.60, $3.60 and $2.20 to her backers. Summertime Promise paid $3.60 and combined with the winning entry for a $44 payoff on $5 exacta tickets. Hoofbeat5 Shoemaker kept his current win streak alive through 12 consecutive days by scoring a mild S5.20 upset by a nose with Fast Spot in the fourth race . . . The Shoe now has 24 wins for the season and 7,308 for his career ... He will be seeking his 127th win in a hundred-grander today when he replaces suspended Pincay aboard Crystal Water in the Oak Tree Invitational at l'i miles on the turf . . . Pincay blanked Saturday on his final day before going to the sidelines for a week. Chuck Baltazar and Francisco Mena were the leading destroyers of form Saturday, each with a pair of upsets . . . Baltazar won with Iron Crow in the fifth race at $99.60 for the biggest win payoff of the season that set up a $2,073 exacta, second highest of the season. He followed it with an $8 victory aboard Gentle Stroke in the sixth race . . . Mena started the string of upsets with a $59.60 win aboard Reelin Jig In the opener and then came back in the nightcap to score with Seacup at $31.60. Hail Hilarious, a scratch from Saturday's feature, is entered in today's seventh race in which she will meet colts at 1 116 miles . . . Her pilot will be Shoemaker, this time replacing jockey Don Pierce as he recovers from a broken 3rm in a starting gate accident . . . Pierce is healing faster than expected and plans to resume riding before the end of the Oak Tree season Nov. 7. OAK TREE CHARTS Copyright, 1977, Triangle Publication tnc (Daily Racine Form) Oak Tra Racing Association, Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, California. Saturday, Octobtr 22, 197? 121 h day of 24-day autumn meeting. All finishes confirmed by official Photochart camera. ctni(VFtRS'r RACE -Six furlongs. JUUU Fillies & marts, 3-ycar-olds 4 up. Claiming. Purse JIDOO. Top claiming price jlZSOO. Hone and lockey Fin. To si Reelin Jig, Mens 12 18.80 UllyOITheValley, Eurton 2ns 13.10 Ala Anna, Baltazar 3k mo Aegeanctte, Chapman i'ft 1.90 Elmarlyn, Maeso SI 'A 17.30 Polly Me, McHargue 6nK 7.3O Golden Spigot, Toro 7t 6.60 WrongWayCorrigan.Cnfno 8ns 91,90 Rod Sonnet, Lambert 91 39.90 DresiMeUp'sGlr), Campas 102 17.70 Mahalla J- Castaneda 11 20.00 No scratches. REELIN JIG 59.60 25.80 15.40 CILY OF THE VALLEY .... 1120 4-frO ALA ANNA 170 Timc-:22 15, :45 25, :S8 15. 1:11 15. Clear, track tail. Temperature 75 degrees. Muttel pool S14A 181. ESlini-SECOND RACE-SIX and JVUJ. ant-half furlongs .3-year-olds up. Maiden. Purse saooo. Top claiming price 120,000. Horse and jockey Fin, To $1 Earl Of Abbey, Culberson 13 2.10 Wheat, Pincay Jnh 1.60 Uoyol Patriot, Castaneda 35 6,50 Licensed To Win, Cooper 4 4.40 Or, Tommy, Eurlon 55 10.10 Liquid Silver, Chapman 6 25.60 Castle Down, Toro Eased 19.30 Scratched -Heavy, Chltoquln, EARL OF ABBEY 6.M XB0 2,40 WHEAT .....3.20 Z LOYAL PATRIOT 3.20 Time-:22 25, :45 45, 1:11, 1:17 35. Mutuel pool s 24 9, 126, Dally Double pool-88,761. DAILY DOUBLE (11-5) PAID S309.80. CONSOLATION DAILY DOUBLE (11-1), Paid S53.M 'tnfl"10 RACE Mile and OWt onB-simenth. 3-year-olds up. Maidens. Purse J 10,000. Horse and ioekcy Fin. To jl Press Notice, Toro 14 2.10 Belle's Knight, castaneda 33' 1.70 Pretty Al, Shoemaker 36 . 6.50 Native Crown, WCHargye 4" 4.70 Extra Strong, Sellers Si'-' 45.20 Ultra High, Lambert 62 6.60 Super BrtJfiic, Mens 7 27.60 No scratches. PRESS NOTICE 4.20 3.60 ZB0 BELLE'S KNIGHT 120 2.60 PRETTY AL 3.40 Timo-:23 25, :47 35, 1:12 45, 1:38 35, 1:45. Mutucl pool -5307,898. Ijnn-WB RACE-SIX fur-JUVd longs. 3-year-olds 8. up. Allowances. Purse $18,000. Horse and jockey- Fin. To 51 Fas) Spot, Shoemaker ins 1,60 5e Le Te, Castaneda 26 .?0 Classy Surgeon, Mena 3' 15.90 King'ssesRuilah,McHrg 41 4.70-Blackcap, Baltazar Snk 39.30 Skipper Suck, Baic 6 77 AO No scratches. FAST SPOT 5.20 2.40 2.20 5ELETE 2.40 2.20 CLASSY SURGEON 3.00 Tlme-:23, :44 35, :56 45, 1:09 15. Mutuel poo1-359,21B. fifl f-FIFTH RACE Six furlongs. OUUi 3-yar-olds. Claiming. Purse S9D00, Top claiming price 520,000. Horse ond jockey Fin. To 51 iron Crown, Baltaiar ink 48.80 Japanese Team to Train With Padres SAN" DIEGO (Jf)A baseball team from Japan's Central League will train with the San Diego Padres in Yuma, Feb. 20-March 13. The Yakult Swallows, who finished second in the league last year behind the Tomiuri Giants, also will play several contests against the Padres and the Angels, Padres' officials said. Two Americans, Roger Repoz and. Charlie Manuel, play for the Japanese team. Former Arkansas Back Mitchell Dies LITTLE ROCK 0E Former University of Arkansas defensive back Bruce Mitchell died Saturday night at a Little Rock hospital of leukemia. Mitchell, 23, lettered for the Razorbacks in 73, '74, and '76. He suffered a knee injury against Texas in 1974 and missed the entire 1975 season. Lord Valentine, Shoemkr 23 S.50 Everything Lucky, McHrg 2ns aeo Billy's Dream, Castaneda 41 1.5a Senior Director, Mena Snh 12.40 Asallante, Pincay 6hd 7.00 BUI Ledger, Chapman 7ns tj.jg Water Drops. Lmbrt 81 9.70 Ryan's Choice, Toro 9 20.70 IRON CROW 99.60 31.00 I0.SO LORD VALENTINE 8.00 5.00 EVERYTHING LUCKY 4.20 No scratches. Time :22, :45 25, :58 IS, 1:11 15. Mutuel pool S16B.S09, Exacta pool 1398,685. 85 EXACTA (1-7) PAID UP?3.0O. CnnR-S'XTH RACE. SIX and one-aUUtf half furlongs. 2-yr-old maiden colts A geldings. Purse 110,000. GenlleSlroke, Baltazar 18 3.00 APrntvAPHch.Sllrs 22 .70 Jeff's Avenger, Cstnda 35 10.40 Shamrock Prince, Mena 41 . 35.30 Trondsman, pincay 52 3,20 Mighty Morris, Baze 6 68.30 Scratched-Thls Is Cricket, IBM Damascus. GENTLE STROKE ... LOO 2.60 2.40 A PENNY A PITCH Z40 120 JEFF'S AVENGER 3.00 Tfme :22 25, : 45, 1:11, 1:17 25. Mutuel pool-JM9,975. CnnC-SEVEMTH RACE Mil and OVVO one-sixteenth. 3-yar-oldj A up. Allowances. Purse 516,000. Horse and Jockey Fin. To Jl ChalrmanOlh'board, Cstnda ink 3.6O Ashlord Castle, Ballaiar 21 390 Spoonwood, Shoemaker 3't 260 Scmlllon, Mena 42 'A 30 70 Code ThreevPlncay " 5' 8,60 Verdin II, Toro 63 'A 530 Card Player, McHargue 7 3,00 No scratches. CHAIRMAN OT WB O AR Df .20 5.00 3.40 ASKFORO CASTLE 4.40 2 SPOONWOOD 3,20 Time-;23 15, :47, 1:12, 1:37 25, 1:43 3 5. Mutuel poo)-S164,047. Exacta pool S343.200. r SS EXACTA (5-31 PAID 1117.00. 5flfl7-E,GHTH RACE-Mile and W ' one-tfghth on turf. Fillies A mares, 3-year-olds & up. Handicap. Purse S40,0oO added. Gross S43.4S0, a-Swingtime, Toro it'A .80 9 -Theia, Shoemaker 2V .80 SummertfmePromise, pney 3' 4.70 Star Ball, Lambert 41 3.10 Accra n, Mena SI U.90 UpToJulletCstnda 6 4,70 a-Swlngtlme & Theia raced coupled. Scratched-Mlss Ntltnsky, Hall Hila-'rious, Lucie Manet. a SWINGTIME 3.60 3.60 120 a THEIA X60 160 2.20 SUMMERTIME PROMISE 160 Tlme-;23 15, .47, 1:11, 1:34 45, 1:47 1 5. Clear, turf firm. Mutuel pool $201,-273. Exacta pool -1200,160. IS Exacta (ta-si Paid moo. CAl! ft-NINTH RACE Mile and vUUO one-sixteenth. 3-year-olds & up. claiming. Purs 18000. Top claiming price 110,000. Horse and lockey Fin, To H Seacup, Mena ihd 14.8O Nightly Caper, Baltazar 2 2.20 TheBellTolls, Shoemkr 3 1.90 Mr. Music Man, Eurton 44 1 1.20 Popular Spirit, Harris 5hd 8,90 Program Trainer, Cstnda 6' 5,40 Lord Myth, McHargue 7 6.20 No scratches. SEACUP 31.60 9.00 360 NIGHTLY CAPER 3.60 2.80 THE BELL TOLLS 2.60 Tlme-:22-35, :46, 1:1) 15, 1:38 25, 1:45 25. Mutuel pool -1137,700. Exacta pool -1308,365. Tola! mutuel handle 13,582,098. Attendance-26,792, 15 EXACTA (4-61 PAID 1337.50. kftMf ' " flit fiftb " 1 Wti VSWXl 4Hh .1 STOPPED Ricky Johnson of USC is pulled down! by Notre Dame s Jim Browner after a short gain in the second quarter Saturday at South Bend. The Irish went on to score a 49-19 victory. Times photo by Beu (Mender via AP Wlrephoto OAK TREE 13th day of 24-day mtotlng at Santa Anita First past at V2f p.m. S 009 FIRST RACE. Six and ona-hall furlongs. 3yarg1di and up. Top claiming prlct 116,000. Porn $10,000, NlcolBo, Shoemaker, XJ 9S Happy Viking, Toro, 114 52 Jest Leader, McHargue, 120 .... 5-1 Infinite Speed, Harris, 117 6-1 Irish Etudlant, Mena, 114 81 Repurchase, Castaneda, 122 .... MM River Lad, Centeno, 1 17 121 Has To Run, Garry, xltt 201 N1COLAO switches to Shoemaker and worked In :46475 since being claimed. HAPPY VIKING won race before last end steps up again for new stable. JEST LEADER takes a drop in class tor seasonal bow. 5010- SECOND RACE. Six furtongs, 2 year-old maiden fillies. Purse 110,000. Gay Juliet, McHargue, 115 9-5 Happy Kin, Chapman, xllO 5-2 Love That Girl, Castaneda, 115 .. 3-1 Malestlc Heiress, Toro, 115 5- Eunice Mullls, Shoemaker, 115 . . 6-1 Miss Eight Eighty, Baltoiar, US 20-1 Cricket's Bid, Ollvares, 115 30-1 GAY JULIET displayed Impressive speed at Hollypork and worked In ;w35 from gate lor comeback. HAPPY KIN closed well for second In two straight. LOVE THAT GIRL finished strong for third In debut. 5011- TH1RD RACE. Six furlongt, 2-vear-old maiden fill Its. Top claiming price 120,000, Purst 17,000. Magic Echo, McHargue, 118 5-2 Gleaming Lady, Mercado, 118 .. 3-1 Wllksl, Ramirez, 116 7-2 Emperess, Castaneda, 118 51 Gossamer Gown, Ollvares, 115 . . 61 I'm Sailing, Baltoiar, 118 18-1 Ruth Dowell, Chapman, xll3 121 Hidden Fancy, Velasquez, 118 . . . 20-1 MAGIC ECHO worked In :5935 and 1:13 35 from gate which may be good enough In her debut. GLEAMING LADY has looked good In preps tor her bow. WILKAL may be ready after 1:1235 drill from gate. SOU FOURTH RACE. One mile. 2 year-olds. Allowances. Pun 112,00a Palsam, McHargue, 118 2-1 Jest Of Cards, Toro, 118 3-t Mr. Agent, Shoemaker, 115 7-2 Runnln' Ruler, Castaneda, 115 7-2 King's Luck, Rosates, 115 6-1 Demo Revo, Ollvares, ..SCRATCHED PALSAM was overmatched In last one but wen wire to wire In VM 45 at Del Mar. JEST OF CARDS beat maidens here with 1:3835 mile. MR. AGENT might make amends tor tln-Ishlng fourth as a favorite. 5013-FIFTH RACE. One and one-eighth miles on turf. 3-ytar-oldi and up. Top claiming price 125,000. Purse 115,000. Rueful, McHargue, 118 2-1 Eland, Toro, lia 3-1 Royal Retla, Castaneda, 120 .... 7-2 Intlmldator, Chapman, xll5 9-2 Jovial Judge, Ollvares, US 5-1 Seraflno, Brogan, 118 12-1 Bold Talent, Eurton, x)13 20-1 RUEFUL tied turf course record at Arlington Park and has never run this cheaply. ELAND may find a fast HOLLYPARK HARNESS RESULTS Copyright 1977 by Dally Racing Form, Inc Western Harness Racing, Hollywood Park, Inglewood, Calif, Saturday, October 22, 1 977-481 h night of 79-nJght meeting. All finishes con-firmed by official Photochart camera. The Hustler 6.20 4.20 3.80 HI Ho Silvers 15.20 7.40 Pat N Medicine 4.40 Tlme2i01 15. Also raced-North Western, Gentle Rev, Kaki Almahurit, Gldget Lobe)), Peeping Tom, Baroness Ramona. $3 Exacta 12-8) paid M74.00 Brets Knight Out 5.40 3.60 2.80 Barr's Robert O. 3.40 2.60 Columbia Culver 2J0 Tlme-!:5945. Also raced- John Q, Arab, Andys Tiger, Deck Hand, Fulla Spark. THIRD RACE. On mil. Pace. CL prlct $20,000. Purs $7,400. Adios Rick 7.60 4.40 3.00 C.R. Star 3.40 3.20 Keystone Prove It 3.00 Time 2:00. Also-raced Sengo Lenco, Chlgo Ho, Uplander, Flirting Guy, Mighty Major, J JS Le-galtenaer. 55 Exacta f7) paid $80.00 L&prlde Hanover ... 13.20 7.20 4,00 Scotter Q 9.00 5.80 Gettysburg 3.40 Time 2:0035. Also raced Native Slarllne, Home Safe, Jeff's Pride, Darmiss, Careless U Meadow Frank. OCEAN FISHING REPORT The Times accepts and publishes the catch count as a public service. Any responsibility for accuracy Is that of the landing operator. DANA WHARF-174 anglers: 4 bass, 573 bonlto, 15 mackerel, 360 rock cod. REDONDO-223 anglers: 113 calico bass, 64 bonlto, 1 white sea bass, 4 barracuda, 142 mackerel, 819 blue bass, I cow cod, 1,084 rock cod. OXNARD-321 anglers; 190 blue bass, 90 calico bass, 478 rock fish, 100 mackerel, 22 ling cod, 385 red snapper, 24 cod cod, 1,620 rock cod. OCEANSIDE-13 anglers: 18 bontto, 34 rock fish. PARADISE COVE-101 anglers: 53 calico bass, 1 whife sea bass, 629 rock bass. MORRO BAY (Bob's Landing-12 anglers: 180 rock cod. (Virg's Land-ing-119 anglers; 9 ling cod, 1,051 rock cod, 3 salmon. (Brebe's Land-lng)-22 anglers: 264 rock cod. SAN SIMEON -18-1 anglers: 14 ling cod, 2,226 rock cod, 1 halibut. SANTA MONICA-107 anglers: 2 white sea bass, 6 barracuda, 6 bonlto, 10 halibut, 15 sand bass, 31 rock bass, 140 mackerel. Barge-124 anglers; 140 mackerel, 35 rock bass, 3 calico bass. IMPERIAL BEACH-30 anglers: 250 bonlto, 40 rock fish. VENTURA-95 anglers: 600 rock fish, 280 rock cod, 5 cow cod, 7 ling cod, 3 halibut. i HANDICAP pace perfect for his closing suroe. ROYAL RETLA seldom finishes far away. SOU-SIXTH RACE. One and one-six-tetnth miles. 2-year-old maiden celts and. geldings. Purse VQ.Q0O. Faraway Tom, McHargue, lis . . 3-2 Fleet Ruler, Velasquez 118 3-1 Wild Prince Khyber, chapman, X113 " 7-2 Malestlc Myth, Ollvares, 118 .... 5-1 Go Forth, Castaneda, 118 8-1 Never Too Glad, Roials SCRATCHED FARAWAY TOM seems like a standout It he can duplicate his last effort. FLEET RULER trailed but worked In 1:2425 and 425 since. WILO PRINCE KHYBER can be a factor If he repeats race before last. SOU-SEVENTH RACE. One and one sixteenth miles. 3-ytar-otds and up. Allowances. Purse $20,000, Holl Hilarious, Shoemaker, m 7-5 Pay The Toll, M'Hge, . . .SCRATCHED El vlstobueno, Toro, 119 4-1 Michael Navonorf, Cstneda, 119 . 6-1 Notably Different, M'Hge, 114 . . . 2-1 Close To Noon, Ollvares, 117 ... . 12-1 EieQuIel II, Centeno, 114 15-1 Ben Adhem Chapman, x109 20-1 HAIL HILARIOUS should have speed and class to handle this with her top effort. PAY THE TOLL only missed by a head as favorite In K ha led Handicap. EL VISTOBUENO lost by loss than a length In 1:41 45. 5016 EIGHTH RACE. One and one-hall milts on turf. 3-year-olds and up. Invitational weight for OUO. UOK 1100,000, Crystal Water, Shoemaker, 126 5-2 Ancient Title, McHargue, 126 ... 4-1 Double Discount, Mena, 126 .... 4-1 No Turning, Toro, 126 5-1 Vigors, Lambert, 126 ,. 6-1 Announcer, Castaneda, 126 II-1 Copper Mel, Diaz, 126 15-1 Antique, Ollvares, 126 ,. 20-1 Theologlst, Cooper, 126 20-1 Alpha Boy, Velazquez, 121 30-1 Pampas Host, Skinner, 126 30-1 CRYSTAL WATER Is back on his home grounds where he set world record for 1 )S miles on grass course. ANCIENT TITLE would only need to repeat race before last to take this. DOUBLE DISCOUNT just set world record ot 1:5725 for 114 miles on grass course. 50)7-NINTH RACE. One and ont-stx-teenth milts. 3-yearolds & up. Tap claiming price $25,000. Purs S1&000. Mr. Irv Mrf Shoemaker, 120 2-1 Dabaghian, Chapman, xH5 3-1 Kinalmeaky, Mena ,. 7-2 Boton Ball, Baze, xllS 7-2 Black Maesty, McHargue, 120 .. 6-1 El Duende, Brogan, 116 8-1 MR. IRV M. Is back In winning form and appears capable of a repeat. DABAGHIAN comes oft a strong second and benefits from shift in weights. KINALMEAKY got to front tn stretch and almost stuck it out. BEST BET Hall Hilarious (7THJ, LONGSHOTS-1. River Lad; 2. Eunice Mollis; 3. Rolh Dowel); 4. King's Luck; 5. Jovial Judge; 6, Go Forth; 7. Michael Navonod; 8. Antique; 9. El Duende. Total Freight, Starred By Bret, The Champ, Cool Gay. $5 Exacta (7-21 paid $100.00 Racing Image 10.80 7.80 5.20 Midnight Choo Choo 11.60 7.B0 Native Miss 6.60 . Time ZOO. Also raced Lady Dalrae, Tultp Blossom, Sengs Leeiona, Streak Out, Lillian, Avllra, SEVENTH RACE. On mile. Pact. In vltatlonal handicap. Purs $12,000. raced Pensive Bret, Afella Rainbow. S5 Exacta (5-3) paid $31.00 CI. Only Love 14.80 4.40 5.00 Happy Raven , 4.20 3.20 Currituck May 5.40 Time-t:59 45. Also raced- Flvino Mlndv. Indian Anna. Classv Sample, Daubetta, Dream Delight, Royal Doll N. NINTH RACE. One mil. Pace. Conditioned. Purse 19,500. Durante J8.20 7.60 6.20 Chris Pick 6.80 5.20 Lumber Charmer 9.40 Tlme-1:57 25. Also roced- Currltuck Star, Keystone Atlas, Proud Baron, Its Only Money. Malestlc Skipper. TENTH RACE, One mile. Pace. Claiming prlcg $16,000. Pursa $6,300. Saratoga Ean 22.00 9.60 6.00 Swift Shadow 4.20 3,80 Country Man 5.40 Tlme2;0025. Also raced-Valda's Lad, Jocklyn's Duke, Fruit Tree, Royal Tork N Bust Tfme Babe, Three Step. S5 Exacta (4-1) paid $211.50 Attendance 11,08 Handfe-51,2B3,322 106. Total Mutuel A VILA BAY Port San Luli)-?9 anflfers: 43 ling cod, 1,185 rock cod. LONG BEACH (Belmont Pier)-42 anglers: 210 mackerel, 25 blue bass, 265 rock Uih. (Quean's Wharf) anglers: 1,069 rock cod, 2 Una-cod, 365 blue bass, 9 cow cod, MALIBU PIER-55 anglers: I ling cod, 40 calico bass, 120 rock bass, 53 mackerel, 7 halibut. SAN PEDRO (22nd SI. LtmdliiB)-133 anglers: 1 yellow tail, 1 halibut, 5 barracuda, 650 calico bass, 45 sand bass, 24 bonlto, 300 mackerel, 53 blue bass. Ports 'O Call)-8S anglers: 3 cow cod, a bonlto, 157 calico basv372 rock cod, 946 blue bass. ' NEWPORT (Art's Landing)-103 anglers: 678 bonlto, 280 rock cod, 3fl cow cod. (Davev's Locker)-14i anglers: 439 bonlto, ISO bass, 382 rock cod. GOLETA BEACH-37 anglers: 158 bass, 11 ling cod, 390 rock cod, 75 mackerel, 5 barracuda, 1 salmon, 5 halibut. PORT KUENEME-110 anglers: V 230 rock cod, 6B red snapper, 32 cow cod. (0 ling cod. SAN DIEGO (Municipal Pier) -245 anglers: 105 yellowfln tuna, 224 rock 1 hn, I Hng cod, 5 cow cod, 16 bonlto. SEAL BEACH-126 anglers: 1,140 rock cod, 1 cow cod, 49 mackerel. SANTA BARBARA 10 anglers: 308 mackerel, 921 rock fish, 4 calico bass, 3 ling cod, 1 salmon. SOUTHLAND ROUNDUP Long Long Beach State suffered its second straight loss, 22-7 to University of Pacific, in a PCAA game at Long Beach Saturday night. The 49ers, who lost 33-16 to San Jose State last week, made six turnovers, including two inside Pacific's 15-yard line. Bruce Gibson scored on a 1-yard run to give Pacific a 9-7 lead. From there Pacific never looked back. Dennis Byrd scored Long Beach State's only touchdown on a 4-yard pass from Jim Freitas. The 49ers are now 3-2, Pacific 3-4. San Diego State improved Its record to 5-1 with a 31-7 win over Nevada Las Vegas in a nonconference game at San Diego. David Turner rushed for 94 yards and a touchdown while making four catches for 68 yards. Cal Poly Pomona, an NCAA Division II team, took on a Division I team and was routed, 66-10 by Ball State Saturday in a nonconference game at Ball State. Ball State improved its record to 5-2, while Cal Poly Pomona remained winless in five games. The Cardinals jumped out to a 42-0 halftime lead en route to a school record 66 points. Rick Morrison, Gary Acklin and George Jankins each scored two touchdowns, while Jim Neddeff kicked a 42-yard field goal and nine PATs to set a school record for PATs in a single game. Ted Myles scored on a 25-yard pass from Gordy Bohan-non and Henry Limahelu kicked a 28-yard field goal for Cal Poly. Jay Bennett and Artis Dixon each scored two touchdowns to lead Cal State Fullerton to a 45-18 romp over Cal Poly SLO in a nonconference game at Cerritos College. El Camino's Defense Stifles Long Beach El Camino, one of the state's top defensive junior college football teams, held high-scoring Long Beach to one touchdown Saturday night as it upset the previously unbeaten Vikings, 12-7, in a Metropolitan Conference game at Gl Camino. El Camino, which held six previous opponents to an average of 14 points, led 5-0 at the half on Timothy Gibson's 38-yard field goal and a safety. Its touchdown came in the third period on Kevin Starkey's 40-yard pass to end Wayne Vanderleest. Long Beach (5-1), which had been averaging 32 points a game, averted a shutout when quarterback Samoa Samoa scored on a 5-yard run in the fourth period. Chaffey also lost for the first time, dropping a Mission Conference game to visiting Citrus, 29-7. Citrus (4-2) was led by running back Barry McManus, who rushed for 177 yards on 25 carries and scored once on a 77-yard sprint. Charles Cole added 93 rushing yards for Citrus, which gained 319 yards all on the ground. METROPOLITAN CONFERENCE El Camino 12, Long Beach 7 Pasadena 33, East LA It Valley 42 Pierce 0 MISSION CONFERENCE Cltrus,Chatfey7 Saddleback 35, Palomar 6 SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE SD Mesa 33. Oranne Coatt 17 Mt. San Antonio 27, Grossmont 3! Fullerton 35, Cerritos 10 Rio Guayas to Test 3-0 Croatia Unbeaten Croatia (3-0), leader of the southern division of the Greater L.A. Soccer League, faces a tough test today against newcomer Rio Guayas (1-1-1) in the feature event at Jackie Robinson Stadium at 3 p.m. Rio Guayas, winner of the L.A. Municipal League several times before going up to the semipro ranks, will rely on such experienced players as Franco Chirinos, Tony Moran, Jorge Pantaleon, Roberto Malta and Gerardo Reynoso. Today's action starts at 11 a.m. with defending champion Maccabee facing the L.A. Gauchos. At 1, the 3-0 Homenet-men, leader of the northern division, goes against Van Nuys' Valley United. RACING ROUNDUP HOLLYWOOD PARK Veteran Bobby Williams scored a driving triple Saturday night at Hollywood Park by winning the sixth race with Racing Image ($10.80). Williams won the second race with Brets Knight Out ($5.40) and the fourth with La-pride Hanover ($13.20). The three wins moved Williams into second place in the driver standings behind leader Shelly Goud-reau. AQUEDUCT Affiliate beat Broadway Forli by 36 lengths to win the $83,175 Vosburgh Handicap, his second stakes victory this week. He won the Jamaica Handicap, opening-day feature Monday. Affiliate, who ran the 7 furlongs in 1:21, paid $12.80, $4.80 and $4.40. Broadway Forli, the favorite, paid $2.60 and $2.40 and Great Above paid $4.20 to show. CONSENSUS OAK TREE 1- Nicolao 16, Happy Viking 10, Repurchased 2- Love That Girl 19, Gay Juliet 14, Happy Kin 6. 3- Magic Echo 14, Wilkal 10, Emperess 7. 4- Palsam 16, Jest Of Cards 10, Mr. Agent 8. 5- Rueful 16, Eland 10, Jovial Judge 7. 6- Faraway Tom 21, Go Forth 16, Majestic Myth 3. 7- Hail Hilarious 19, El Visto-bueno8,PayTheTo!17. , 8-Crystal Water 16, Vigors 11, Double Discount 9. 9-KinaImeaky 16, Mr. Irv M. 14 Black Majesty 5. Best Bet-Faraway Tom (6th) Handball Results $10,000 TOURNAMENT At St. Paul SINGLES (semiflnals)-Loo Rusio (New York) d. Vern Roberts (Tucson), 21-20, 21-8; Oonnis Hollander (Chicago) d. Terry Muck (SI. Paul), 21-7, 3MQ, f BACK ISSUED : RACING FORMS ; l.fl., N.Y., 4 CHICAGO APR., 1V75 10 SWT., 1977 VMYIODV'SioOKS.-. NR -JI7W.fM.. SjRi MONTH ; Beach Loses 2nd in Row WESTERN STATE CONFERENCE West LA U Complon 7 Canyom Hancock 3 NONCONFERENCE Bakersfleld 5?, Diablo Valley 7 DETROIT Ace Commander won the Michigan Lottery Mile and $100,000 for Helen Meyers, a 56-year-old Detroit housewife, who held Ace Commander's No, 3 in the special drawing. Geriam was second and worth $90,000 to Charles Huber as the lottery winners were determined for the first time by a horse race. LAUREL Lakeville Miss rose to the top of the 2-year-old filly class by winning the $130,-000 Selima Stakes, beating L'Alexane and surviving a steward's inquiry. In a jam a quarter mile from the finish, La Voy-ageuse was adjudged at fault and placed fourth after finishing third. The winner ran 1116 miles in 1:45 25 and paid $3. KEENELAND Cum Laudie Laurie, the odds-on favorite, beat Mississippi Mud by a length to win the $84,575 Spinster Stakes and make a strong bid for Filly of the Year. The winner paid $3.80, $2.80 and $2.60. ran: fHUUb&b MAKL-5 IT LOOK NEW AGAIN. STILL AMERICA 'S BIGGEST BARGAIN! HOURS: MON.-FRI. 7:30 AM TO 6 PM. SAT. 9 AM TO 1 PM AMHEIM, 225S.ManchtsterBI. BELLflOWER, TmiakiwoM BEV. HILLS. 9158 Olympic SI. BURBANK. 110 S. Victory 8! CHUU VIST. 951 c:a,-CQMPTON. 1411 N. Long Bch. Bl C08M MESA. 1G0O NowpoM 61. COVINA, 16S6W.SanBcrdo.Rd. CRENSHAW. 5710 Crenshaw Bl. CULVER CITY. 11501 Jcllerson I Sail 634-5850 C 5-5585 842-2106 427-2813 Hc . T1T7 " .:'!;. 10 6-4444 AX 3-O077 EX 1-0644 442-0819 EL CAJON. 1002 W. Main SI. 3,58 " P,c f"'-1 61 2"S3' SRDN. GRV 8111 Garden Or. Bl. TW 3-3545 GLENDALE. 3835 San Fern. Rd. CH 6-4144 The Titans improved their record to 3-4, Cal Poly SLO is 3-3. Bennett scored on 1- and 3-yard runs, while Dixon, who rushed for 95 yards on 23 carries, ran 1 and 5 yards for his touchdowns. Occidental, which held 14-6 and 21-14 leads, held on to defeat La Verne, 21-20, in a SCIAC game at La Verne. La Verne's Brad Frick failed on a 2-point conversion try after Dave Serrano scored on a 59-yard pass to cut Oxy's lead to one. Tom Hamilton threw two touchdown passes while completing 18-32 for 208 yards for Oxy. Don Hodson caught three touchdown passes of 30, 1 and 12 yards from Chris Terrazas in leading Whittier to a 35-0 win over Claremont-Mudd in a SCIAC game at Claremont-Mudd. Terrazas completed 9 of 20 for 134 yards and Bob Warren rushed for 125 yards in 21 carries to lead the Poets, who improved their record to 5-1. Claremont-Mudd (0-4) was held to 78 total yards. Kevin Shea kicked four field goals to lead St. Mary's to a 19-8 nonconference win over USIU at St. Mary's. Shea's kicks covered 37, 43, 38 and 30 yards. St. Mary's only touchdown was scored by Bob Keiper on a 73-yard pass play from Terry Cottle. Cal Lutheran took advantage of two Cal State Los Angeles turnovers to beat the Diablos, 14-6, in a nonconference game. Both Cal Lutheran touchdowns followed CSLA turnovers. Bcdlands built a 35-10 halftime lead and coasted to a 49-10 win over Pomona-Pitzer in an SCIAC game at Pomona. Sean Joyce threw four touchdown passes, while completing 8 of 15 for 156 yards. Dave D'Arcangelo carried 21 times for 163 yards. PCAA Pacific 22, Long Beach St. 7 Pacific 3 0 9 10-22 Long Beach St 0 7 0 0-7 Pac-FG Alegre 33 LBS Brd 4 pass from Freifas (Tressler kick) Pac-Glbsort l run (kick blocked) Pac-FG Alegre 37 Pac Peets 30 pass from Harden (Alegre kick) Pac-FG Alegre 29 SCIAC Whlttfer 35, Claremont-Mudd 0 Whittier 6 9 13 7-35 Ctaremont-AAudd 0 0 0 0-0 Whl Hodson 30 pass (rom Terrazas (kick failed) Whl Hodson 1 pass from Terrazas (kick foiled) Whl-FG Warren 22 Whl Hodson 12 pass from Terrazas (kick failed) Whl-Fllppln 4 run (Warren kick) Whl-CIacci 60 pass Interception (Warren kick) Aden da nee -1,200 Occidental 21, La Verne 20 Occidental 0 7 7 7-21 La Verne 6 Q 0 14-20 LV-Morrow 9 run (kick failed) OXY Domlne 96 pass interception ILuloli kick) OXY Goodlow 3 pass from Hamilton (Lulofs kick) LV-Frlck 2 run (Serrano pass from Lulofs) OXY-Fry 52 pass from Hamlllon (Lulofs kick) LV-Serrano 59 pass from Wade (run failed) Atlcndance-1,100 Redlands 49, Pomona-Pitzer 10 Redlands 7 28 7 7-49 Pomona-Pitzer 3 7 0 0-10 Red-Chlen 36 pass from Joyce (Myer kick) PP-FG Zenger 42 Red-Chlen 28 pass from Joyce (Myer kick) Red-Trlnclotto9run (Myer kick) Red-OeRoo 16 pass from Joyce (Myer fcfck) PP-Moss 27 pass (rom Lansdell (Zenger kick) Red -TrJncl otto 31 run (Myer kick) Red -D'Arcangelo 13 pass from Joyce (Myer kick) Red-Sebey 3 pass from Conley (Myer k(ck) Attendance -2,700 South Hills Remains Unbeaten in League, Beats Covina, 14-0 South Hills remained undefeated in the Sierra League with a 14-0 win over Covina Saturday night at Covina District Stadium. Quarterback Steve Stanley scored both touchdowns on 7-yard runs for the Huskies, who improved their season record to 5-1 and Sierra League record to 4-0. Covina is 2- ana x-6. CAMINO LEAGUE St. Anlhony 20, Saleslan u CHANNEL LEAGUE Hueneme 16, Buena 16 DE ANZA LEAGUE Aquinas 27, Twentynine Palms 6 Notre Dame 9, Big Bear 0 EMPIRE LEAGUE Los Alamitos 31, Saddleback 7 FOOTHILL LEAGUE Hoover R Blair 2 GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE Pacifies Id, Los Amlgos 6 -OLYMPIC LEAGUE Valley Christian 31, Western Chris-Ian 20 ORANGE LEAGUE Brea 15, Esperania 14 PIONEER LEAGUE Aviation 14, Harvard 10 SANTA FE LEAGUE Cathedral 70, Sf. Monica 10 SIERRA LEAGUE South Hills 14, Covina 0 SOUTH COAST LEAGUE University 12, Costa Mesa 6 Water Polo Results UC Irvine 9, Stanford 7 usee, California 7 UC Irvlna 11, Son Diego St. 3 I'LL PAINT ANY CAR FOR ONLY INCLUDES WHEELS & DOOR JAMBS DYE YOUR VINYL TOP you can now renew or change the COLOR OF YOUR VINYL TOP. REST OF CAR DOES NOT NEED TO BE PAINTED. MATCH THE COLOH OF YOUR TOP TO YOUR INTERIOR. CHOOSE FROM 8 BEAUTIFUL COLORS. EARL SCHEIB'S PROFESSIONAL SPRAY JAJIAIIAKBRDRS.. 12300 ECarson 421-9301 HAWTHORNE 3252 Rosecrans KOLITWOOO. 5411 Sla. Mon. Bl. N. HLLYWD., 5550 Lankershlm Bl. L0N6 BGH" Anarelm & Gladys N. L0H8 BCH., 2035 E. Carson LOS AK6ELES. 1603 S. Flatter E- lS ANGELES. 1601 S. Solo St. MONTEBELIO. 7895 Telegraph Rd. NATIONAL CITY. 111 Manorial Ave. ONTARIO, 10937 Central Ave. flvHinn UieuMUu FD1 3uS GE 3-4977 GAS-6511 749-6668 269-94SI 724-3B07 474-6831 BZ8-552S 410-7361 MU 1-5577 623-0521 686-7333 PASADENA, 270 S. Arroyo Pky. POMONA. BOS w. Boll Ave RIVERSIDE. 3700 Chicago Ave, NONCONFERENCE CS Fullerton 45, Cal Poly SO IS Cal Poly SLO 0 3 9 6-18 CS Fullerton 0 17 7 21-45 SLO-FG Fellg20 C5F-FGCarrilo 32 CSF-Bennett 3 run (Carrlllo kick) CSF Frallck recovered fumble in end zone (Carrlllo kick) SLO-GIImore 71 pass from Ansari (pass failed) SLO-FG Fcllg 22 C5F-ofxon run (Carrlllo k)ck) CSF-Bennelt 1 run (Carrlllo kick) CSF-Dixon s run (Carrlllo kick) SLO-R. Martin 64 pass from Johnston (kick faded CSF w. Martin 2 run (Gatchell kick) Attendance 2,613 Ball St. 66, Cal Poly Pomona 10 Cal Poly 0 0 3 7-10 Bali St 21 21 24 0-66 BS-Morrlson 10 run (Neddeff kick) BS-Acklin 16 run (Nedelf kick) BS-Morrlson IB pass from Wilson (Nedeff kick) BS-Jenkins 36 run (Nedeff kick) BS-Acklin 6 run (Nedeff kick) BS-Wllson 10 run (Nedeff kick) CPP-FG Limahelu 28 BS Jenkins 28 run (Nedefl kick) BS FG Nedell 42 BS-O'Connell 28 run (Nedeff kick) BS-Clary 3 run (Nedeff kick) CPP-Myles 25 pass from Bohan- non (Limahelu kick) Attendance 13,176 St. Mary's 19, USIU 8 USIU 0 0 fl 0-8 St. Mary's 3 10 3 3-19 SM-FG Shea 37 SM-FG Shea 43 5M-Kelper 73 pass from Conic (Shea kick) USIU-Safety Thompson tackled Cottle in end zone USIU-Harrls 1 run (pass failed) SM-FG Shea 38 SM-FG Shea 30 Attendance 1,200 Cal Lutheran 14, CSLA 6 Cal Lutheran 0 7 7 014 CS Los Angeles 6 0 0 06 CSLA-Lovern 1 run (kick failed) CL Hagon is pass from Kindred (Hoffman kick) CL-Hagon 10 pass from Kindred (Hoffman kick) Attendance 3,500 TRl VALLEY LEAGUE St. Bonaventure 20, Ca'abosas 0 NONLEAGUE Don Lugo 28, Serrano 7 Auto Racing FORMULA ONE Japanese Grand Prix Final Qualifying Ltoderi At Gotamba, Japan: 1. Mario Andrettl tNacareth, Pa.l. Lotus, 1:12.23; 2. James Hunt (Britain), McLaren, 1:12.39; 3. John Watson (Northern Ireland), Brabham, 1:12.49; 4. Hans Stuck (West Germany), Brabham, 1:13.33; 5. Jacques Lafflle (France), Matra, 1:13.08; 6. Jody Sctieckter (South Africa), Wolf, 1:13.15; 7. Carlos Reutemann (Argentina), Ferrari, 1:13.32; 8. tie between Jochen Mass (West Germany), McLaren, and vmorlo Brambilla (Italy), Surtees, 1:13.37; 10. Clay Regazzonl (Switzerland), Ensign, 1:13.52. STOCK CARS At Speedway 60S: STREET MAIN (25 laps) 1. Larry Tlllon (Giendora); 2. Jerry Solsend (Torrance); 3. Scott Burkholder ISIerra Matlre). ECONOMY MAIN (25 laps) 1. Breff Bierman (Giendora); 2. Steve Jolnes (Ontario); 3. Fred Gillette (Los Angeles). Attendance 2.26 1 m. Oa,. nSS SAN BERDO.. 463 W. Highland Ave. TU B-4S7I SMI OIE00. 30S washlnoian Si. CV 8-6SZI E. SAH DIEGD. 6517 El Cson Bl. 280-4431 N. SAN DIEDO, 6081 Balboa Ave. 56S-11S2 W. SAN DIECD. 3145 Spls. Jr. Bl. 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