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Jones SO KasmaAHY ZadiryCin Ma Back NY LockwoodNY GarberPbl MontefuscoSF Norman Gn IRkhardHtn RbodenLA Kisonpgh MurunltnAtl Brr$F KnowiesCN Frvman Mtl John LA Sutton la Carrion Pti I GullettCifl aMurrav Mtt Falcone StL LofichNY BgrrhChi LonborgPhl Hraboskv StL nootonLA P.MekrO Atl Strom SD KINGS SCORE 2 LATE GOALS, TIE CANUCKS B DANHAFNEK Times StaH Writer Rookie Steve Clippingdale and Bert stepped between Clippingdale and Wilson scored last period goals Sat- Manno. As the third man in a fight, urday night to bring the Kings from Dailey was ejected, but-Dave Hutchi- behind and give them a 3-3 tie with son of the Kings was also ejected by the Vancouver Canucks before 9,405 referee Bob Kilger when he prevent- fans at the Forum. It was the Kings ed Dailey from interfering. The rules second tie in as many exhibition state a third man is ejected but not games. the fourth man who evens up the The first half of the game was a sides, defensive battle with goaltenders Ro- The power play, long a weakness gie Vachon and Cesare Maniago, the of the Kings, accounted for two goals latter long a Kings' nemesis when he Wednesday. Then in the first period played with Minnesota, each giving Saturday, the Kings had three power up a goal. play chances. They had eight good But Don Lever and Dennis Verver- shots but Maniago turned them aside, gaert scored against rookie Mario score by periods Lessard before the Kings rallied. Vancouver 0 2 13 Clippingdale became the first King to A"e'" 0 1 1-3 get two goals during the preseason. first period With a chance to win when they cEifANLTiEs-o-Fi.hertv v. i:io; had a two-man advantage for the o! last 95 seconds the Kings couldn't get i7:sa the puck past Curt Ridley. second period 1. VANCOUVER. Murray Lever, Walton), 3:06 , . i j 3. LOS ANGELES. Woorcs (DeMarco). 9:57 A couple of things that appealed to 3. Vancouver. Lever csiignt, Grisdaie), coach Bob Pulford in the first two "j?iNALTies-Mur.hvCLA.4:49IaipDing- eames were the Dlav Of the rookies dale (LA), malor. 13:25; Manno (V), maior. games weic ure piaj. ui uic ,3.25; Hutcnlson (LA), game mliconduct. and the number of shots the Kings 13:2s; oaiiey vi. game misconduct, 13:2s; have been getting on their power LA)' '31RO reRIOO Plav- . , ,, A VANCOUVER. Ververgaert (Kearns), When Moores scored halfway c . , . , , fcl , j , v0 5. LOS ANGELES. Clippingdale (Charln. through the second period, it was tne oionne). .-2S TTinac' fifth ara nf thp PYhihition e. LOS ANGELES. Wilson (Walker). 11:08 ungs mm goal 01 me exmoiuuu penalties Lever, sm?,- O'Fiahertv. season and the third scored by a :,- Murpuv. 6-.se: Lever, 12:00; waiton. , . .it- t J minor, 10-mlnute misconduct, game mlscon- rOOkie. Wingers Lome Stamler and duct. ir:13: Vancouver bench, served bv Od- Steve Clippingdale had goals in the tWj?ir&g 8ZS opener Wednesday night. bench, served by spruce, n-jy. Saturday night Clippingdale, the shots on goal Kings' top Choice in the amateur Vancouver onvachon ........... 7 8 - draft last Spring, also Showed he Los Angeles on Maniago 15 1 16 could fight. Vancouver defenseman lSSSSSA'SSr " 3 ,MI Bob Manno hooked the rookie from . T: behind and CUppingdale jerked away, L.OSIT10S, Japanese lie ready to fight. He got in three or TOKYO (UPD The New York four solid punches, then rode the Cosmos fought to a 2-2 draw with an Canucks' defenseman into the ice. all-Japan selection in the second of a The fight occurred in the middle of two-game goodwill soccer series Sat- the second period and it eliminated urday. The Cosmos, with Brazilian two people for the night. Bob Dailey, star player Pele, were held to a the 6-5 defenseman who had been scoreless tie by the Japanese in the knocking Kings around earlier, first match played Thursday in Osaka. SOUTHLAND FOOTBALL 94-Yard Pass Play Helps Northridge to 3rd in Row Underwood PM RookcrPah FreislebenSD n m a n en 2.5: 70fc T14 11 10411 12 2.S3 137 III 51 5 510 X KitSlt TiiSntktft Tii "wnussenso. sj n ti 3. fiS,0""" t2 UTe In ijom xn SmerWin fcJ17 12 1 ?. Di t,rMtll 1B7171 Mill 131 1U T- ', " " m : suiwKKise wni 154163 57 511 J 1M ??X 241 23 3 74 15 1 3- SPBh 13 130 43 73 5 1 S3rsd?si. sis ssn is sssasr ForsterChi 12 41 W 212 4. SosVU OraooOl 77 71 30 40 7 I 4.44 BillKiMmaii Kirltwood Cal 1S7 It 57 7 12 4.57 CarrSiersMtl aJWiwonCIH 203224 il u M 4.74 BonftamChi Bare Del 128 153 49 57 7 I 4.IS Curtis StL J-HughesMin 143177 71 77 113 AM uutsCin CudUrBat 107 m 50 32 413 4.H taCorteAM BantMin 79 3 z 4 7 5.11 spillnerSD aLecBos '61J3 21 21 S 7 5.43 DAcQuisloSF 1M175 77 911 3.70 194 197 49 10013 S 3.74 5 99 30 3t 3 9 3.71 119 203 70 7 tlO 3.90 194199 43 101 1214 3.94 271330 0T7tl2H i.0i 140172 45 42 4 9 4.17 141 144 44 105 7 11 4.24 105121 35 33 3 9 4.24 47 M 23 51 7 4.30 14113 41 72 11 10 4.41 139151 70 71 412 4.44 110 202 93 S12 4.41 132134 44 51 4 TO 4.50 131137 U U11 3 4.S3 9 92 52 70 311 4.73 104 120 55 57 2 71 5.04 105 92 101 53 3 1 5.31 HARNESS RACE RESULTS Coovright 1976 Bv Triangle Publications, fnc pailv Racing Form Western harness racing, Hollywood Park, Inglewood, Calif., Saturday. September 25. 1976 23rd day of 7? day meeting. All finishes Chip, Owayne N. City Man. Swashbuckler, camera. FIRST RACE, t Mile. Pxt. ages. Purse S3.4O0. Point Purdue 150 7.80 4.00 ' Vanderhall 29.40 930 Stunning Baroness 3.00 Time 2:01 15. Also ran Bach- . eior will, i-rost Report, jim koio. Bay Mar, ivtonrs Juoy, . uover. setn Ann tsss. Purse tt.400. Belle Cheri 230 9.20 M C Primrose 7.00 30 Lucky John V 2.80 Time 2:05 15. Also ran Howdy Guy. Ill Eagle, Pixies War Chief, Azar, Lumber Charmer, Miss Honey Pot. . Scratched King Away, Split Pea. third RACE. 1 mile. Trot Condi- Tioned. tmrse sawu. Lxlngto' ooy. Park, V Time, Lordy Craig Gallagher threw two touchdown passes to Gary Delaney the second covering a school-record 94 yards to lead unbeaten Cal State Northridge to its third straight win. 17-3. over visiting UC Davis. Davis held a W) lead until Gallagher connected with Delaney on a 38-yard scoring pass play early in the third.quarter. La Verne, aided by a 22-yard run of a recovered f umhle by center Glen Mayer, defeated Whittier. 7-6. With Whittier leading. 6-0. La Verne quarterback Randy Brown fumbled, Mayer picked it up and ran to the 4. Three plays later Brad Frick scored from the 2 to tie the game. Mario Torres' extra point gave La Verne the win. Claremont-Mudd's Carl Bostick threw an incomplete pass on a two-point conversion attempt with 1:03 left and the Stags lost to visiting St. Mary's. 17-16. The Stags drove 67 yards and scored on Tim Goodwin's 1-yard touchdown run to pull within a point. But Bostick's conversion pass flew well over the intended receiver's head. Steve Maston's last of three touchdowns in the fourth quarter gave USIU a 30-30 tie with visiting U. San Diego. San Diego's Pat laccino scored two touchdowns on 18 and 21-yard passes from Andy Slimak. Slimak also threw a touchdown pass to Cliff Woods. Johnny Washington scored two touchdowns on a 5-yard pass from Joe Paopao and on a 5-yard run to lead Long Beach State to its third straight win, 37-0, over Northern Illinois at Veterans Stadium. The Long Beach defense contributed two touchdowns when Greg Barnes intercepted a pitchout and returned it 28 yards and Dis Justin returned an interception 32 yards. Give 'M Time Gives Pomona a Record Time BY BION ABBOTT Times StaH Writer Longshot Give 'M Time ran away with the $21,880 C. B. Afflerbaugh Handicap in track record time following an upset victory by Heza Charger in the $10,000 Pomona Quarter Horse Championship Saturday before 22,584 fans at the Los Angeles County Fairgrounds. Jockey Bill Mahorney sent Give 'M Time flying to the front at the start, and they held a commanding lead throughout the 1 116 miles that was completed in 1:4315. The time trimmed two-fifths from the 16-year-old track record of 1:43 45 that Free Copy set in 1960. Give 'M Time, longest shot at 9-1 in the field of six, opened up an immediate two-length lead, increased his advantage to four lengths as he turned into the stretch the second time and coasted to the finish 1 lengths in front of late-charging Dumbwaiter. Specialite was third. In scoring his second win in 16 starts this year Give 'M Time, 4-year-old son of Windy Sands trained by R. K. (Bobby) Mitchell, earned S13.280, paid $20.60 for win tickets and combined with Dumbwaiter for a S199 payoff on S5 exacta tickets. Heza Charger, second choice in the Pomona Quarter Horse Championship, rallied along the rail for jockey Steve Treasure to outfinish the even-money favorite. Little Blue Sheep, by a nose in the near-record time of 19.82 for 400 yards. Triple Beat was third. Heza Charger, a 4-year-old son of Brisk Deck trained by Gary Parrott. paid S10 for his second win in seven starts this year Aztecs' Turner Gains 209 Yards BOWLING GREEN. Ohio Wl Da vid Turner, the nation's third leading rusher, ran for 209 yards on 27 carries and scored twice to lead San Diego State to a 27-15 win over Bowling Green Saturday. With the score tied 3-3, Turner dove 1 yard to cap a 95-yard, 15-play drive with 48 seconds left in the first half to give the Aztecs a 10-3 half-time lead. In the third quarter, after Bowling Green's Greg Kampe punted. Turner took the first carry from scrimmage and ran 60 yards off left tackle to put the Aztecs ahead 17-3. Bowling Green scored two touchdowns in the last period to narrow the margin to 27-15, including a 96-yard pass play from quarterback Mark Miller to Dave Dudley. San Diego State 0 10 10 727 Bowling Green 3 0 0 12 15 BG FG Yocum 28 SDS FG LaPlant 38 SDS Turner 1 run (LaPlant kick) SDS Turner 60 run (LaPlant kick) FG LaPlant 27 SDS Clement 9 pass from Tereschuk (La-Plant klckl BC Preston 2 run (pass failed) BG Dudley 96 pass from Miller (pass failed) A 11.673 STATISTICS SDS BG First downs 22 21 Rushes-yards 53-258 -154 Passing yards 148 247 Return yards 78 9 Passes 13-29-0 15-32-2 Punts 8-36 7-40 Fumbles-lost 2-1 04 Penaltles-yards 7-93 2-30 SOUTHLAND FOOTBALL SUMMARIES U. San Diego 30. USIU 30 Occidental 39. Azusa Pacific 25 U. San Diego 10 7 7 tS 30 Azusa Pacific 0 6 19 035 USIU 14 8 8 o30 Occidental 14 13 6 629 USD FG Myers 32 OxV Fry t3 pass from Hamll- USD Wood 42 pass from Slim- ton (Mill man kick) ak (Myers kick) OxV Murphy 1 run (Millman USIU Maston 3 run (Morro kick) pass from WHkerson) OxV Coodlowe 13 run (kick u&iu masTQn i run irun tailed; Taneaj usd laccmo is pass from Slimak (Mvers kick) USD laccino 21 pass from Slimak (Mvers kick) USIU Mills 4 run (Naseta pass from Wllkersonl USD Conyers 3 run raueaj La Verne 7, Whittier 6 La Verne 0 0 0 77 Whittier 6 0 0 0 6 Whl Howse la run (kick failed) Lav Frlck 2 run-CTorres kick) Attendance 2,000 Buy a Hertz Used Car SEE TODAY'S CLASSIFIED USIU Maston 1 run (Nasella (pass failed) AP Bovce 38 oass from Gano (kick failed) Oxv Fry 52 d from Hamilton (Mlltman kick) Oxy Murphy 1 run (kick failed) AP Snvder 5 oass from Gano (pass (pass failed) r ooytr pa trom i?ano B C Count 28.00 9.40 4.40 confirmed by official Photochart Freloht IT. 3M i ime i:o -ta. aiso ran H A's Pet, Royal Grenadier, N L Skipper, Starred By Bret. SEVENTH RACE. One mile. Pace, Conditioned. All ages. Purse $S 000. uitw PAllaev ...31.00 7.80 3.80 Latin Trickster 60 $-0 Nechako Tar j-uu $2 Exacta (3-9) paid S343.00 Sant aair Car, The Champ, Ul-SECOND RACE. 1 mile. Pace, tra Wae. Vanadium, Proud 8a- vonailionins. uiDrea. aii nn. rm, cichbim . 55 Exacta (6-1) paid 5264 SO Friday's Races EIGHTH RACE. One mile. Pace. Conditioned. 3 & 4-year-Old win ners of over $7500 lifetime. Purse S7.000. Senor Duane 5.40 3.80 20 Tacoma 10.00 5.20 Spare Hand 3.00 i ime i!:u. mio Lumber Pete 5.80 3.40 2.80 Mark's Buck Adlos Zlba, Moving Raders Surprise 540 3.60 Steady, Farno Hanover. No Francis Snowdon 3.80 scratches. . -iItohiFrmb NINTH RACE, 1 mile. Pace. Joyce GfTentree CI.AII ages. Purse SMOO. F(LUR;A.?!T '7Pe- ' RKtcCn0,.,!en..... 340 14) 7.00 Hand. All aoes. Purse 59,200. Mister Du Beau SAO 180 St. Clair Event .. 13J0 7.40 00 Quick Lavyr . 4.20 Bq Bo Baron 17J0 M0 Time 2:0535. Also ran Worthv Master 8-00 Bellas Command, Gall Butler, TiA 2:00 25. Also ran Call Me Carry, Novel Shadow. Htjover. Linton Sun, True Baron, MCQeen, Haws Fly soy. 55 Exacta (3-4) Paid 5498-50 FIFTH RACE. 1 mile. Pace. a. All Ages. Purse 56,200. c-. tk. tcir in no Son 4.00 Frnezcn Men . Saratoga Ean 6.20 4JS0 Aurellano Noguez ..43 Maiestic Puff 40 x-Nichls. Martinez .20 Time 2:0025. Also ran William Stallings ...41 Honey Ca Kamahl. Star Fire x Apprentice 55 Exacta (7-6) Paid 5364.00 Jockey Standings POMONA Mts. 1st 2nd 3rd Robert Howard 40 12 8 3 Long Beach St. 37. N. Illinois 0 N. Illinois 0 0 0 00 Long Beach St. .... 7 7 13 1037 LBS Barnes 28 run with Intercepted pitchout (White kick) LB5 Washington 5 pass from Paopao (White kick) LBS Washington 5 run (White kick) LBS Justin 32 pass interception (kick failed) LBS FG Tressler34 LBS Montgomery 26 run (Tresster kick) Attendance 7-774 CS bridge 17, UC Davis 3 UC Davis 0 3 0 03 CS N'rldoe 0 0 10 717 UC FG Ventrschke 22 CSN Delarjey 38 pass from Gallagher (Haber kick) CSN FG Haber 31 CSN Delaney 94 pass from Gallagher (Haber kick) Attendance 3.000 St Mary's 17. Clare.-Mudd 16 St. Mary's 0 3 7 717 Cmont-Mudd 3 7 0 616 CM FG Cunningham 30 CM Sanders 25 pass from Bostick (Cunningham kick) SM FG Shea 27 SM Cellini 8 pass from Cottle (Shea kick) SM Cottle 1 run (Shea kick) CM Goodwin 1 run (pass failed) Attendance LOW CS NVidge 17, UC Davis 3 UC Davis 0 3 0 03 CS N'ridge 0 0 1o 717 UC FG Venlrschkc 22 CSN Delaney 38 pass from Gallagher (Haber kick) CSN FG Haber 31 CSN Delaney 94 pass from Gallagher (Haber kick) Attendance 3.000 San Fran. St 22, CP Pomona 19 San Francisco St. . 0 7 0 1522 Cal Poly Pomona . 6 0 13 019 CPP Jones 9 run (run tailed) SFS Hancock 10 ass Interception (Larson kick) CPP Sanders 9 run (pass failed) CPP Sanders 48 run (Hererra kick) SFS Young 1 run (Larson kick) SFS Watson 2 pass from Simpson (McCrome pass from Simpson) Attendance 200. AP Bove 3d mu from Crtnn (Granger kick) Oxv Murphy 1 run (kick failed) Attendance 3,000 Cal Lutheran 13. Bedlands 7 Cal Lutheran 0 7 3 313 Redlands 0 7 0 0 7 Red Brown 20 pass from Vento (D'Arcangelo kick) CL Stale 1 run (Hoffman kick) CL FG Hoffman 33 CL FG Hoffman 23 Attendance 2,000 Cal St. LA 10. Sacramento St. 0 Sacramento St. 0 0 0 o 0 CSLA 0 3 7 010 CSLA FG Sanabrla 26 CSLA Wilson 2 run (Sanabrla kick) Attendance 1,800 GOLF SPECIAL tnc ro cotwa wm rou 10 2 GOLFERS AMD J ELECTRIC CART rot WtERMY5 MTIIME U Wttkads t HoL after 12 not. Offer hp. 101176 Serf as Country Club imEsmiiuciTriua h LA. 714-433-RU m Um TH-TV-tm Motorcycle Racing ROAD RACES World 750CC Championship At HockenheiiTir Germany: ROUND 11. Victor Palomo (Spain), Yamaha; Gary Nixon (Cockeysvllle, Md.), Kawasaki, unplaced. ROUND 21. Nixon; 4. Palomo. WORLD STANDINGS (final) 1. Palomo 61 points; Nixon, 59; 3. John Newbold (England), Suzuki 57. INTERNATIONAL 6-DAV RALLY At Zettweg, Austria FINAL TROPHY STANDINGS 1. West Germany, 312.0 points; Czechoslovakia, 383.8; 3. East Germany, 785.1. Also included. 10. United States 61.9944 (Dick Burleson. Antloch, Tenn., took top U.S. honors). Yacht Results WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-TON REGATTA At Corpus Chrlsti. Tex. 200-MILE RACE 1. Fred Again (Canada); 2. Magic Bus (New Zealand). OVERALL 1. Magic Bus, 21' points; 2. Business Machine (United States). 212; 3. Espresso (U.S.), 205.5. (U.S. wins overall country title) jliwWC ' POMONA RESULTS COPVtight 197b By Triangle Publications, Inc. DailV Racing Form Los Angeles Countv Fair grounds. Pomona, California, Sat- JUNGLE TACTICS 3.60 Time .23 35. :47 15, 1:12 25, 1:38 QUARTER HORSE RACE fmS SiS'i SEVENTH RACE. 400 vards. 3-year- olds & up. invitational Handicap. Purse 510.000. Pomona Quarter Horse Championship. 14-dav summer meeflna. All fin ishes confirmed by official Prto-tochart camera. APPALOQSA RACE FIRST DACE. Fiw iiirlonav X.stmar. Olds & up. Allowances. Purse i rioieocsT j.tw $1800. Time 19:81. Also Ran Ivan's Easy jet. Tex Oh, Red Mr. Parrott 5.00 3.20 &60 Alerta, Myrfs Charger, Alachic, Leasure Lea 3.40 3.00 Five Chics, . PTSO0. AVM ' r'an-Brle ft CO-EIGHTH RACE-Six fur- Not AA. Hnae strjiut. ddw Kji,V ipnfl. 3-vear-oios op. MM TWINS SUNDAY 10:45 AM DICK ENBERG DON DRYSDALE DAVE NIEHAUS PRESENTED BY CHEVRON DEALERS-STANDARD STATIONS BUSCH' BEERCONTINENTAL AIRLINESCHEVROLET Horse and lockev 8.00 QUARTER HORSE RACE SECOND RACE. 350 yards. 2-vear-olds. Special weight. Purse 52500. Easv Soarkle 14.20 7.20 3.80 Prin Own. Stall Inas 31 3.60 Quicken Dale ,. 6.00 30 Mis Falrben, Mark 4i 12.80 Ready Tu 2.80 Bve Bve imoros, Camoas SJVa 5.90 Time -.17.94. Also Run Boldand Brilliant, Banks S 12.90 Llkema, Pappa'S Last Chance, Port Stonewall, Noguez A-M 50.50 Tiny Nibbles. Alamitos Bob. Fascinated. Juar 8 64.20 Take, Mid Rockette. Scratched Gal Isteo. Fred's Pride, ftCCtt-THIRD RACt-Mile and rlt Kiss. Ton 0 Distance. OODO ont-sixttenth. 3 A 4-vear GREAT WALL 18- 5.4Q 3.60 old iTMidens. Purst S6500. BERT' 5 GEM 2.80 2.40 Time :21 25. :44 3S, :56 45, 1:09 35. Cloudy, track fast. Mutuel pool S95-6 1 0. Exacta pool SI 60.540. Horse and tockev Fin. To SI S5 EXACTA (4.1) PAtP S1S1.QQ 30 CCC-NINTH RACE 5iX furlongs. p m v)3DO 3.vear.olds and ud. CUim-ing. Purse S10.00Q. Top Thumbs Awav. Stllngs l 70 Perfect Hitter. Men a 23' 1.60 Could Br Trouble, Mrtnj 3" 30 Me Comb, Howard 4is 160 Had Hsoov, Aragon TuMp Hill, James 7 Deckle. Garcia lame Note Me Comb was actual favor. Ite. No scraicnes. Horse and lockey THUMBS AWAV 16) S.OO 3-20 PERFECT HITTER XjQ 2J Gentle Jess, Mena COULD BE TROUBLE 3.00 K el Jos Kin. Vald Time-:23 25, :47 35, 1:13 15. 1:38 1?'$ SSSSJ?" 35. 1:44 35. mutuel Pool-S 132,225- TggSS 110 3.10 12.30 S.t.0 3.10 13.40 ing. Purse 555M. Horse and lockev Marsalon, Stallings H Rose For A Prince, Mcna 23 Mystic Mike, Baze 3 Quick Sting, Noguet 4) John Bola. Munsell 5' Righteous Rogue, Rmrz 6 Naughty CoIKen, NgZ 7 Great Feeling, Mrtnz 8 Scratched Clam Cay, quest, Aiiiwsm. -Six fur- Capt. Audi, Howard o scratches. GENTLE JESS 25.00 8.40 4.40 KELSOS KIN 4.40 4.00 PHELOZACA 5.40 Time :21 35, :45. :57 25, 1:10 25. r I? rum iimwowo w ..S HI Tat On W " BICENTENNIAL GRAND PRIX O INVITATIONAL TOP UvTi O BOATS IN EACH CLASS NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES OR COOLERS 7n Z20 Cloudv. track fast. Mutuel pool 2Bfl QCCA-TENTH RACE-One and sSxn 0304 one-sixteenth miles. 3-vear- tx-in ot and up. Stakes. Purse 'f-7n 520,000 added. Gross 521,- 60 880. C. B. Afflerbaugh l& Be- Memorial Stakes. MARSALON 7.40 4.20 1.80 Horn? and lackey Fin. To Jl onu crtR a PDitjrp i n i in MYSTIC MIKE ,...3J Give 'M Time. Mhrny 114 f . ,n Air .jeie .ct aii i.m uumD waner, nneno . Muiuei dooi SBZ.201. exac'a pool S139.W. 9.30 3.10 5.20 55 EXACTA (8-3) PAID 591.00. OCeiV-FlFTH RACE Six turtonos. OfOU 3-variids A up. Claiming. Purse SB500. Horse and loekey KRLA 1110 Fin. To 51 Drive Wheel. Howard Jeffrey Lewis, Mena Taste of Wine, Ngz Please N Reason, Mnzell Son Of Eagle, Stlllngs AnnOf Lover Idge.Mrtz Centaur Blaze, Andrsn No scratches. .0 30 z.80 Knerlllte. rcndes aEastern Star, Mena 4v areocKeT Review, nowaro z- jv Great Vision, Noauez 6 8.30 a Eastern Star and Rocket Review raced coupled. No scratches. GIVE M TIME 20.60 740 6.40 DUMBWAITER 4.M 4.00 SPECIALITE 6JS0 Time :24, :47 15, 1:11 35. 1:36 3 5, 1:43 15. Mutuel pool S97, 031. Exacta Pool S110.670. $5 Exact (5-4) oaid fWM 5.B0 22.60 1B.30 37.30 vear-olds & up. CUiming. Purse S6000. Claiming price 55000. JEFFREY LEwis!!!"" 3J0 2,60 Horse and loekey TA5TE OF WINE 3,00 - up. Claiming. Purse 58000. TooloursOr Never, K'brn Light Sun, Campus Deceive. Anderson Horse and loekey Fin. To 51 16.00 18.00 7.50 5.90 8.70 Under Deck, Howard Knight's Valor, Noguez JungleTactlcs, Ishra Nash Flash, Vaidez Olev Sharp, Delomba Besweetnow. Baze Eagles Dare, Martinez No scratches. UNDER DECK S.OO 3.00 2.00 KNIGHT'S VALOR 3.40 2XH 1.50 4HJ 11.10 55 45.90 6 1.20 2,70 Canebrake. Jsames Re4l Royalty, J. Mena 8 Scratched N I rnble Flight. ESPECIAL II.' 5.80 3.40 2.40 TOU JOURS OR NEVER 4.60 3.60 Time :23 45, :47, 1:12. 1:38. 1:44 35. Cloudy, track tast, Mutuel pool 585,908. Exacta pool 5134,000. Appa-loosa oool 560,966. Quarter horse pool 5228.163. Thoroughbred pool 51,598,945. Total mutuel handle 51,- 888,074. Attendance 22.584. 55 EXACTA (6-1) PAID 549 JO. RACING ROUNDUP ARLINGTON PARK Run winnine streak of previously Dusty Run charged past Royal un(x:atHi Rovidcre by leading Ski late in the stretch and won the S2ir).775 Arlington-Wash- Futunty. Royal Ski. all the way in. the S108.200 Beldame-. Ridden by Jorge c- ngion ruiuriLj. rwu, aw. . Mta b. SSlS weSht-for-age event for fillies 'M.'SSf "mares. Bastorena B closed mis i . . f, , ,,.. ,h,rd v,v a head. tar was another length back in third. 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