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1 1 Part III- Sun., Oct 10, 1976 1oS 3tlBCiCS CitriCS 2 RACE CHARTS Copyright. Wb, Triangle Publications Inc. (Daily Racing Form) Oak Tree Racing Association, Santa Anila Park, Arcadia, California. Saturday, October 9, 1976 2nd day ol 23-Dav autumn meeting. All finishes confirmed by official Photochart camera. 071A FlRSTRACESlx lurlongs. Ol IU 3-vear-olds a up. Claiming. Purse 16500. Top claiming price U000. Horse and jockey Pin. To SI Great Wall, Cespedes 1 14 9.30 Coflee Creek, Toro 2m 15.60 Tree Fox, Ramlrei 3) 10.00 Satin Passage, Vrgra 4' i 8.60 Studio City Boy, Pierce 5m 21.60 Maori III cent Macho, Gnilz 61 5.10 Fleet Olev. Harris 7 1 a 5.40 Harmonic Dancer, Ngz 84 7.50 Prince Precious, Campas 9'j 6.70 Windy Pueblo, Ollvares 10 3.30 No scratches. GREAT WALL 20.60 13.20 9.40 COFFEE BREAK 14.00 9. DO TREE FOX 6.60 Time :21 25, M 35, :57 25, 1:10 45. Clear-, track last. Temperature 95 decrees. Nlutviel pool 145,653. R71 1-SECOND RACE-Six fur- lonqs. 2-vear-old fillies. Allowances. Purse 511,000. Horse and Jockey Fin. To SI Doneress, Olnlcola 114 7.50 Advance Baby, Pncv 23 2.40' Real Gold. Pierce 33' i 7.80 Amathea, Ollvares 4nd 3.70 Chryslyn, Shoemaker 51' i 2.60 Compensator, Vergara 67 16.70 Solar Route, Martlnci 7m 18,80 a-Crystal Crown, Rdrni 84 18.00 a-Crystalwood, Mhrny 93 19.00 Penny Pueblo, Howard 10 47.30 a-Crystalwood & Crystal Crown raced coupled. No Scratches. DONERESS 17.00 7.20 4.80 ADVANCE BABY 4.20 3.60 REAL GOLD 4,60 Time :21 35, :44 35, .57 25, 1:11. Clear, track last. Start poor from gate, won driving. Winner b.f. 2, Donut King Charmeress. Trained by L. J. Brooks. Mutuel Pool S247.-305. Dally Double Pool 1246.300. DAILY DOUBLE tl-3) PAID 5214.80. Q71 THIRD RACE -Six furlongs. Ot 1. j. year-old maiden fillies bred in Calif. Purse 510,000. Horse and lockev Fin. To SI Mean Colleen, Plncay W i .50 Palrpolnt, Pierce 21 13.B0 Solar Cross, D'ncl 3i 8.70 Slide Mountain, Pineda 4i i 99.60 Beryl, Sellers 5' ) 86.50 Shoellv, Campas oi'i 32.90 Decorator Dancer, Toro 71' i 6.40 Snowed In.Olvrs Bl' i 38.20 Gloria O., Noguei 9m 30.70 Molly Muffin, Vergara 10nk 10.10 Air Eagle. Mrtm 11 39.70 No scratches. MEAN COLLEEN 3.00 2.80 2.40 PMRPOIHT b.BO 4.60 SOLAR CROSS 3.B0 Time :22. :45 15, :57 35, 1:10 45. Clear, track fast. Mutuel pool $283,-602. 171 -FOURTH RACE One mite. Ot lO 2-year-old maiden colls & geldings. Purse 510,000. Horse and lockey Fin. To SI Dynastic Duke, Pierce M' i 4.50 Ack Actt's Back, Olvrs 2) 13.90 Postmark, Toro 3 2.10 Code Three, Vergara 41 51.20 Hall The Charger, Shoe Si 2.20 Knobkerrle, Martinet 6 34.70 initial Contact, Rmri 71 54.60 White Sprite, Pncy B'a 3.50 Partner's Best, Gnzli 9 G4.90 Mr. Ylm, Campas 10 95.20 No scratches. DYNASTIC DUKE 11.00 6.00 3.60 ACK ACK' 5 BACK 10.40 4.60 POSTMARK 3.20 Time :23, :46 45, 1:11 35. 1:37 4 5. Start good from gate, won driving. Winner b.c. 2, Dynastic Venerable Victress. Trained by N. Drysdale. Mutuel pool S292.391. ft714-PFTHRACE-Slx furlongs. Oil 3-vear-olds A up. Claiming. purse S 10,000. Top claiming price SID, 000. Horse and lockev Fin. To SI Tonys Double, Pierce 1 ' a 4.70 OX. So Far, Toro 2t' j 2.60 OAK TREE HANDICAP BY BION ABBOTT 3rd Dav of 23-dav Meeting First Post 1:30 P.M. 8719- FIRST RACE. Six and ons-half furlongs. 3-vear-olds bred in Calif. Top claiming price S 16,000. Purse $8,000. Horse Jockey Wt. Odds Paddy Walk, Shoemaker, 120 30 Aegean River, Plncay, 120 .. 7-2 Big Waddy, Pineda, 120 9-2 Space Bug, Gonzalez, 120 6-1 a-No Ka Ol, Toro, 117 8-1 Bouncing Image, Plerce,120 . 10-1 K. Jar, Couto, 120 12-1 Eagles Mate, McHargue, 117 12-1 Mini Falta, Mucclolo, 114 ... 20-1 On The Right Track. Ngi, 117 20-1 a-Alaeloa, Scratched. Ben Cheese, Campas, 117 ... 20-1 a Mr. & Mrs. G.E. Swanson entry. PADDY WALK lust worked In :46 35 after racing well at Del Mar. AEGEAN RIVER Is sharp and gets Pincay. BIG WADDY showed speed In a route. 8720- SECOND RACE. 5ix furlongs. 2-vear-olds maiden fillies. Purse S 10,000. Call The Wind, Plncay, 115.. 5-2 Lady T.V., Toro, 115 3-1 Quintas Queen, Pierce, 115 .. 7-2 Mv Fantasy. Shoemaker, 115 6-1 Surgeon's Lady, Valnzla, 115 10-1 Blen Atme, McHargue, 115 . . 12-1 A Twinkling, Ramirez, 115 .. 12-1 Rlanoor, Gonzalez, 115 15-1 Many Moons, Valdez, H5 .... 20-1 Turqulose Moon,Mahrny,115 20-1 CALL THE WIND displayed ability while finishing second as a favorite In her debut. LADY T.V. turned in fastest time while a close third In only try. QUINTAS QUEEN should go belter on lasl track. 8721- THIRD RACE. One mile. 2-vear-old maiden fillies. Purse SI 0,000. a-London Lace, Pierce, 115 .. 2-1 Daring Sue, Ollvares, 1 15 5-2 Alls Et Animo.McHargue, M5 .3-1 Devil's Triangle, Toro, 1 IS . . 5-1 Gallery Girl, Martinez, xllO . B-1 a-Oratorlo, Pierce, 1 15 2-1 Cacklchearf, Ramirez, 115 .. 10-1 Precious Few, Gonzalez, 115 20-1 LONDON LACE was a promising fifth in stakes at this distance. DARING SUE closed well for second as a favorite In a sprint. ALIS ET ANIMO was second last trip and may improve some more. 8722- FOURTH RACE. Six lurlongs. 3-vear-olds & up. Classified allowances. Purse $16,000. Stained Glass, Shmk'r, 112 .. 8-5 Dimagglo, Toro, 119 9-5 Dr. Ronald Ponn,Plncay,115 . 4-1 If You're Lucky,Valdez,119 . . 6-1 Announcer, Castaneda.l 19 8-1 Chance Landlng,Wortmn,119 12-1 STAINED GLASS worked in :58 from gale for comeback. DIMAG-GIO may never be caught today. DR. RONALD PONN shows Improved speed In preps. 8723- FIFTH RACE. Six furlongs. Fillies & mares, 3-year-olds & up. Top claiming price $16,-ooo. Purse $9,000. Pretty Pretty,Plncay,114 .... 3-1 My Evelyn, McHarguc,116 .. 7-2 Force Me, Gonzalez, 121 4-1 Sing Back, Lambert, 116 6-1 I Excell, Campas, 117 6-1 Sand Tart, Ollvares, 116 B-1 The Wind Marian, Hwrd,116 . 10-1 Duncan Duchess, Scratched. Lady Nephlllm, Scratched. Correl Candv,Dlnlcola,xl1 1 . 12-1 Secret Excuse,Mahorn'y,116 12-1 Solano Beach, Vergara, 116 .. 15-1 Tif Tlf, Valdez,117 20-1 Gay Patrice, Scratched. Rclne De Mlet,Sellers,xll2 .. 20-1 PRETTY PRETTY has speed to get lead and Plncay to keep going. MY EVELYN won five ol last six starts. FORCE ME scored swift win at Pomona. 8724- SIXTH RACE. One and one-sixteenth miles. 3-year-olds & up. Allowances. Purse $14,000. Jovial Judge, Plncay, 120 ... 2-1 Crodan, Shoemaker, 110 5-2 Restless Herltage,Ngz,116 .. 7-2 Pincay Helps Hot Favorite Equal Lucky Sully. Gonzalez 3 7.50 WlridyWhlsper.Marllnei 4 20.70 f fV I Jus Dlz, Wortman 5 47.30 I 1. Lm Realman, Ollvares 6M 8.60 fJlxijC LQPirfl With Aplomb, Noguez 7'', B.80 llfn l 1.1.1 JIM Gentle Jess. Vergara 8"J 30.30 J I U I vJ I VW I vl Lord Mylh, Harris 9' i 49.90 Bold Nuisance, Shoe tof, 2.60 RV nfftv .nnnivr Good Witness, Campas 11 37.90 Ol BIUIN ABBU1 1 Note Bold Nuisance was actual Times Staff Writer favorite. itXS?.. 5.o ... Heavily favored Today 'n Tomor- LUCK? SULLY " 60 r0W' W'th he'P f Laffit PinCaV' Time ai as, i5. i!. Vo won the $32,950 Volante Handicap in lih&l"e,'Sftj"J'is?'- record-equaling time Saturday before Is exacta i n paid 510I.5Q. 27,683 sunbaked spectators at Santa Anita. 8715i!?,TaHr!.ftE,u,UY' am".0: It took all of Pincay's energy in the MCM.punnii.ow. nearly 100-degree weather to get To- Hont ana locKev- Fin, to ii day 'n Tomorrow home a neck in RtiinTimt.Gonii w. s.oo front of the 16-1 longshot. Pocket oKerM?." I' io4S Park, in 1:46 45 for the 118 miles lK'n,rst,Vs.':oATr"f'frI $i over the grass. Pincay, who tripled, MTVr,?o,R,n,ir n iuS was excused from riding in the night- Surm!J0o"Sri?c.m., Si-. M cap because of exhaustion. Masuut Bitu, Dnci io is.oo The winner s time tied the stakes Ji?""' Ae,c,T';!!n , standard that Tell established in 1969 mis rotation !.6o !.jo and which was tied by Messenger of CHERI MERI 3.10 . Time :21 45, M J5. -.56 J5, 1:09 oon5 'ol Jrl-dr. imSsV' ,"":k ""' Mu""' Tne v'ctory was the second stakes -: success in as many days for the sec- 87ir?E""'iEm!J.,,,u5: "d 5inS f rs. Connie Ring, vtacoidi i is. Ainwancei. which marked an outstanding t,""""'- achievement bv trainer Roger Clapp. H.r. no lockey- Fin. Toil Wjth sale's tOp filly, JUSt A s.Hv'SrtCToro J".1 iJo Kick, back at Three Rings Ranch in VlioS 31!'; HI Beaumont, Clapp sent out If You Pre- lov Lunr. Noouei s; syo fer to win a division of Friday's Au- Slung. Aruoon 61 1.00 ' t.v. Terete. cmos 7" .oo tumn Days Handicap with Pincay at Furlsode, Gontalel 84 61.00 , , Delta Chamoaone-Olvri 9 33.50 the throttle. No jcralchej. sAssYGAELic M0 "oS "o All year long Today 'n Tomorrow, let's get lucky no a 3-year-old son of Olympiad King,"u"eVSoy-i7": has performed in the shadow of sta- ii9.Exada Pooi-H8i,3oo. blemate Crystal Water, the Holly- M EXACT MIPWD MUD. wjnner But gjy Today 'n Tomorrow proved that he deserved star billing in his own right. He not only won in record time but overcame trouble to do it. Today 'n Tomorrow broke off balance before rushing to the front, lost his lead to Montespan and Samburu on the backstretch, was crowded into the rail on the far turn, then came on again in the stretch to score by a decisive margin over everyone but Pocket Park. "He never quit trying even after the trouble on the turn," Pincay said. "I think he could have done even a little better because he was playing a little near the wire." The S4 win with Today 'n Tomorrow, worth S19.450 to the Ring Stable, completed the triple Pincay started with Mean Colleen (S3) in the third race and I Going (S4.40) in the seventh. I Going scored in 1:09 flat, fastest 6 furlongs of the season. Hoofbeats Trainer Charlie Whlllingham will have the heavily-favored entry of King Pellin-ore. Sibirri and Royal Derby II going for him today in the $r0.000-added Carlcton F. Burke Handicap at 1 V4 miles on the grass, a race he has won five times in the first seven years at Oak Tree . . . Actually. Whittingham had six first-place finishers, but Groshawk was disqualified to fifth in 1973 and the win was awarded to Ken-tuckian . . . Whittingham's winners were Fiddle Isle (1969-70). Cougar II (1972). Tal-lahto (1974) and Top Command (first division. 197") . . . Bill Shoemaker has been named on all three members of the entry, but he is expected to ride King Pellinore. the high weight at 124 pounds in the field of eight ... The Shoe scored his 7.000th career victory on Royal Derby last March 14 at Santa Anita. Jockey Marco Castaneda, who was thrown Friday, was off all his mounts Saturday and will remain sidelined again today while he recuperates from strained muscles in his left shoulder . . . Jerry Lambert has been named to ride Sing Back in the fifth race, his first mount since his fool was injured while loading a horse in a van last spring . . . Vince Gibson, leading apprentice jockey with 72 winners at Longacres. will ride at Oak Tree for the rest of the season. SOUTHLAND ROUNDUP Northridge Rally Gives Cal State LA First Loss one-eighth on turf. 3-vear- oius. Handicap, purse ho.-000 added. Gross S32.950. Volatile Handicap. Horse and lockev Fin. To J1 Todav'N Tomorrow. Pncv Ink 1.00 Pocket Park, Veroara 2lli 16.00 KlngsCllHe.Shoe Montespan. Pterce Samburu, Ollvares Devllaglo. Toro Double Oealer, Rmrz Alphy Boy. Gomalei Scratches! Boton Ball. TODAY'N TOMORROW 4.00 3.00 2.40 POCKET PARK M0 4.00 KINGS CLIFFE 3.00 Time : 13 2J, -.47, 1:10 25, 1:34 4 5, 1:46 45. Clear, turf firm. Mutuel pool $346,016. one-sixteenth. 3-vear.olds A UP. Claiming. Purse 512,000. Top claiming price S20.000. 3.30 3.30 30.30 9.40 76.B0 24.10 Horse and lockey Fin. ToSl 8.00 7.90 7.70 42.B0 10.70 23.40 First Speech, Gnilx l"i Ocala Boy, Pierce 2' i Sir Vlval Arrival, Sh'mkr 3li Personality Knight, Olvrs 41) Early Release, Campas S Sav Can You See. Ford 61 Silvers of Glass, Noguez 7' Tlmmv's Tip, Harris B' Phelo Zaca, Cespede) 9 Scratched Beautllul Isle. FIRST SPEECH 15.(0 Mo ZM OCALA BOY 12.00 S.OO SIR VIVAL ARRIVAL 2.40 Time :23 25, :46 35, 1:10 3S- 1:36 35, 1:43 25. Clear, track fast. Mu-fuel pool 1114,286. Exacta pool $243,190. Total mutuel handle $3,- 161.6B9. Attendance 27,613. IS EXACTA (4-9) PAID $797.00. Advisedly, McHargue. 116 .. . 6-1 Shazsbu, Gonzalez. 1 14 8-1 Eastern Native, Pierce, 110 . 8-1 High Taxes, Campas, 114 .... 12-1 JOVIAL JUDGE won (our ot hts last five races. CRODAN was a rapid runner-up In three straight. RESTLESS HERITAGE may be hard to catch. 8725- SEVENTH RACE. One mile. 2-vear-olds. Allowances. Purse SI 2,000. Habltony, Shoemaker, 118 ... 6-5 Coterlco, Toro, 115 7-2 Elroy Braun, Martinez, x 1 10 6-1 Hot Wind, Gonzalez, 115 6-1 Chairman Oth'Board, Pierce, 118 8-1 Printers Ink, Howard, 115 ... 10-1 Transcription, Cstneda, 115 . 12-1 Padrlno, Dlnlcola, x110 20-1 HABITONY Is probably top 2-year-old at Oak Tree and seems like a standout In this spot. Coterlco trailed in Del Mar Futurity but won two in row before that. ELROY BRAUN has some ability and gets in light. 8726- EIGHTH RACE. One and one-guarler miles on turf. 3-year-olds up. Carleton F. Burke Handicap. Purse S50.000-added (Gross $55,800). a-KIng Pellinore, Shmkr,t24 . 7-5 Sliver Saber, Plncay, 117 .... 5-2 Top Crowd, Ollvares, 116 4-1 a-Roval Derby ll.Shmkr, 116 7-5 Good Report, Pierce, 114 6-1 George Navonod, Toro, 115 .. 6-1 A-Slblrrl, Shoemaker, 1U ... 7-5 Copper Mel, McHr'gue, 114 . 10-1 a C.Whittingham entry. KING PELLINORE stamped himself as one of top grass horses lr country In races at Hollypark. SILVER SABER was a recent stakes winner at Del Mar with Plncay aboard. TOP CROWD runs his best on this course. 8727- NINTH RACE. One and one-sixteenth miles. 3-vear-olds and up. Top claiming price $12,500. Purse $9,000. Fleet Grounded, Shmkr, 117 . 5-2 Sunlot, McHarague, 119 3-1 Farlilon, Toro, 117 7-2 Bacanazo, Martinez, x 1 14 ... 5-1 Hirclsmus, Howard, 117 6-1 Double Surface, Rmrz, 117 .. 10-1 Notary, Pineda, 113 12-1 Tax Dollar, Gonzales, 117 ... 20-1 FLEET GROUNDED was claimed back by Frankel and gets Shoemaker to help. SUNLOT figures right there off sharp recent form. FAR IFION finished In money In last five races. Best Bet HABITONY (7th). LONGSHOTS 1. No Ka Ol; 2. A Twinkling; 3. Gallery Girl; 4. Announcer; 5. Sand Tart; 6. Shazshu; 7. Transcription; 8. George Navai:od; 8. George Navanod; 9. Hirclsmus. Cat State Northridge, trailing underdog Cal State Los Angeles, 13-10, entering the fourth quarter, rallied to hand the Diablos, 13-1, their first loss of the season, 24-13, Saturday night at Devonshire Downs. The Matadors took the lead early in the fourth quarter when Alvin Hooks scored on a 51 -yard pass play. Jessie Drummer added an insurance touchdown for Northridge on an 11-yard run. Northridge (4-1) running backs Jaime Barron and Jim .Krug both gained more than 100 yards. Barron gained 154 yards on 27 carries and Krug 100 yards on 18 carries. Steve Vento scored on a 3-yard run with 39 seconds left to give Redlands a 10-7 win over visiting Colorado College. Wichita State, led by former Cleveland High player Sam Adkins, jumped to a 20-0 lead, then held on to defeat visiting Fresno State, 30-24. After junior running back Bill Lu-dington gave Wichita State a 7-0 lead on a 3-yard run, Adkins, a senior quarterback, scored on runs of 64 and 1 yards. Rick Alkire scored on an 11 -yard run and Robert Warren kicked a 21-yard field goal to give visiting Whit-tier a 10-0 win over U. San Diego. Cal Poly Pomona, an NCAA Division II team playing its third Division I team of the season, held a 10-7 lead in the fourth quarter but couldn't hold it and lost to North Texas State, 21-10, in Denton, Tex. Pomona (0-4-1), which tied the game, 7-7, on Mark Sanders' 10-yard touchdown run, took the lead on Ar- New Mexico Beats San Jose, 36-30 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (UPI) New Mexico's explosive offense and opportunistic defense burned San Jose State for 20 quick points and junior Jim Haynes kicked a trio of field goals to lead the Lobos to a 36-30 victory Saturday night. SCORE BY QUARTERS San Jose St 3 7 13 730 New Mexico 7 10 13 636 NM Williams 10 pass from Mazzone (Haynes kick) SJS FG Johnson 39 NM FG Haynes 40 NM Forrest 1 run (Haynes kick) SJS Dudley 8 pass from DeBerg (Johnson kick) SJS Kane 2 run (Johnson kick) SJS DeBerg 1 run (kick failed) NMFG Haynes 27 NM FG Haynes 38 NM Mazzone 1 run (Haynes kick) NM Sutton 1 run (kick failed) SJS Dudley 13 pass from DeBerg (Johnson kick) Attendance 23,545 Racing Roundup BELMONT Rcviderc avenged her only defeat of the season in scoring a 14-length victory in the inaugural running of the S132.375 Ruffian Stakes for fillies and mares. The 3-year-old ran the l'i-mile race in 2:01 over a sloppy track as she carried 118 pounds and was ridden by jockey Jacinto Vasquez. Baslonero was second while Optimistic Gal was third. Proud Del ta. which beat Rcvidere in her last start, was fifth and last. KEENELAND Favored Dusty Run caught Banquet Table in the final stride to win the S134.800 Breeders' Futurity. Dusty-Run went the seven furlongs. 184 feet in 1:27 2 5 under jockey Darrel McHargue's riding. Gel The Axe was third. NEW YORK Intrepid Hero, a 4-year-old colt with career earnings of S405.305 has been syndicated for S2.160.fXK). owner Odgen Mills Phipps announced mando Herrera's 39-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter. With 9:05 left, however, North Texas State regained the lead for good on Mack Cumby's 3-yard scoring run. St. Mary's moved to a 25-0 halftime lead, increased it to 32-0 in the third quarter and routed visiting Pomona-Pitzer, 46-19. Freshman running back Joe Pastor caught two touchdown passes from Jim Morrison to lead St. Mary's (2-3). Pomona (1-2) was led by Lyle Lans-dell's two scoring passes to Dennis Tucker. John Kindred, who completed 14 of 27 passes for 211 yards, threw two touchdown passes and Lester Haynes scored twice to lead Cal Lutheran (3-1) to a 37-28 victory over visiting Occidental. Cal St. N'ridge 24. Cal St. LA 13 Cal St. LA 7 0 6 0 13 Cal St. N'ridge 0 7 3 1424 CSLA Duckworth 11 run (Sanabria kick) CSN Barron 2 run (Doll kick) CSN FG Doll 21 CSLA Hopper 35 pass from Duckworth (kick failed) CSN Hooks 51 pass from Gallagher (Ooll kick) CSN Drummer 11 run (Doll kick) Attendance 3,500 Redlands 10, Colorado College 7 Colorado College 0 0 0 77 Redlands 0 3 0 710 Red FG Myers 31 CC Amundson 2 run (Swan kick) Red Vento 3 run (Myers kick) Attendance 2,500 Long Beach St. 41, Drake 10 Drake 0 3 0 710 Long Beach St 14 7 13 741 LBS Cunningham 50 run (Tressler kick) LBS Washington 55 run (White kick) LBS Flke 1 run (Tressler klckl Dra FG Krolotf 38 LBS Cunningham 4 run (kick failed) LBS. McCluskey 14 pass from Paopao (Tressler kick) Dra Slaker 19 run (Kroloff kick) LBS Flores 9 run (Tressler kick) Attendance 10,200. Cal Poly SLO 14. Boise St. 14 Boise St 0 7 0 714 Cal Poly 0 7 7 014 BS D. Pickett 7 run (Rofe kick) CP Chllds 3B pass from Ansarl (Fellg kick) CP Haycock 22 pass Interception (Fellg kick) BS Goode 4 run (Rofe kick) Attendance 7,050 Wichita St. .10. Fresno St. 24 Fresno St 7 7 1024 Wichita St 13 14 330 WS Ludlngton 3 run (Van Vleet kick) WS Adkins 4 run (kick failed) WS Adkins 1 run (Van Vleet kick) FS Blzzle 12 pass from Anion (Petruccl kick) WS Ludlngton 11 run (Van Vleet kick) FS Blzzle 1 run (Petruccl kick) FS FG Petruccl 22 WS FG Van Vleet 40 Fli Jackson 30 pass from Anton (Petruccl kick) Attendance 12,609 St. Mary's 46, Pomona-Pilzcr 19 Pomona-Pltzer 0 0 6 1319 St. Mary's 7 18 7 1446 SM Irwin 1 run (Shea kick) SM FG Shea 47 SM North II run (kick tailed) SM Terrell 35 pass Interception (Shea kick) SM Safety Tucker tackled In end zone SM Ketper 23 pass from Cotfle (Shea kick) PP Dunford 37 pass from Klopp (pass tailed) SM Pastor 6 pass from Morrison (Shea kick) PP Tucker 10 pass from Lansdell (Venger kick) PP Tucker 9 pass from Lansdell (pass failed) SM Pastor 11 pass from Morrison (Shea kick) Attendance 2,400 N. Texas SI. 21, Cal Poly Pomona 10 Cal Poty Pomona 0 0 7 310 North Texas St 0 7 0 1421 NTS Cox 1 run (Khoury kick) CP M. Sanders to run (Herrera kick) CP FG Herrera 39 NTS Cumby 3 run (Khoury kick) NTS O. Graves 25 pass from K. Washington (Khoury kick) Attendance 1 1.200 Cal Lutheran 37. Occidental 28 Occidental 0 8 14 628 Cal Lutheran 7 13 7 1037 CL Haynes 16 pass from Kindred (Hoffman kick) CL Hedrlck 8 run (Hoffman kick) Oxv Murphy 1 run (DeSantls pass from Fry) CL Trumbauer 11 pass from Kindred (pass failed) CL Holden I run (Hoffman klckl Oxy Murphy 1 run (Mlllman kick) Oxv Fry 25 pass from Hamilton (Mlllman kick) CL Haynes 2 run (Holtman kick) Oxy Murphy 1 run (pass failed) CL FG Hoffman 27 Attendance 1.500 Fishing Report HARNESS RACE RESULTS lf?S CONSENSUS OAK TREE 1 Paddy Walk 15, Aegean River 10, Space Bug 9 2 Lady T.V. 16. Call The Wind 15, Turquoise Moon 1 3 London Lace 19, Alis Et Animo 16. Devil's Triangle 3 A Stained Glass 20. Dimaggio 16. Dr. Ronald Ponn4 5 Sing Back 15. Prcttv Prcttv 14. 1 Excell 5 6 Shazshu 12. Crodan 12, Advisedly 8 7 Habitony 29. Chairman Oth' board 8. Transcription A 8 King Pellinore 29. Top Crowd 7, Silver Saber 5 9 Fleet Grounded 19. Bacanazo 9. Sunlot 9 Best Bet KING PELLINORE (8th) The Times accepts and publishes the catch count as a public service. Anv responsibility for accuracy Is that ol the landing operator. OXNARD-325 anglers: 206 calico bass. 19 sand bass, 610 blue bass, 3,225 rock cod, 18 ling cod, 8 cow cod. SANTA BARBARA 34 anglers: 510 rock cod, 12 ling cod. PARADISE COVE 134 anglers: 39 calico bass, 821 rock cod, 3 halibut, 1 vellowtall. SAN DIEGO (Municipal Picrl-217 anglers: 2 vellowtall, 2 alba-core, 9 bluefin tuna, 60 white sea bass, 20 bonlto, 30 calico bass, 84 barracuda. PORT HUENEME 122 anglers: 1,540 rock cod, 25 ling cod, 18 cow cod. LONG BEACH (Belmont Pier)53 anglers: 432 rock cod. (Queen's Wharf) 123 anglers: 332 calico bass, 97 rock cod, 1 cow cod. MALIBU PIER 83 anglers: 43 calico bass, 2 halibut, 1 barracuda, 4 bonlto, 453 rock cod. SAN PEDRO (22nd St. Landing) 59 anglers: II bluefin tuna, 2 white sea bass, 6 barracuda, 400 calico bass. (Sportlishing) 90 anglers: 1 barracuda, 5 bonlto, 267 calico bass, 18 cow cod, 420 rock cod, 4 halibut, 73 blue bass. VENTURA 56 anglers: 673 rock cod, 171 calico bass, 14 cow cod, 3 ling cod, 1 blue bass. MARINA DEL REY 47 anglers: 475 rock cod. SAN SIMEON 167 anglers: 62 ling cod, 1,672 rock cod. SEAL BEACH 191 anglers: 1,629 rock cod, 424 mackerel, 1 sand bass. SANTA MONICA 141 anglers: 645 rock cod, 38 sand bass, 35 bonlto, 6 calico bass, 3 halibut. Barge 86 anglers: 130 mackerel, 50 rock bass, 3 calico bass, 5 bonlto. REDONDO 233 anglers: 65 calico bass, 22 bonlto, 77 mackerel, 2 halibut, 1,665 rock cod. AVILA BAY (Port San Luis) 99 anglers: 99 albacorc, 46 ling cod, 590 rock cod. DANA WHARF 171 anglers: 310 bass, 1 vellowtall, 707 rock cod, 2 cow cod. NEWPORT (Davey's Locker) 177 anglers: 270 bass, 724 rock cod, 125 mackerel. (Art's Landing) 138 anglers: 103 bass, 3 mackerel, 558 rock cod, 8 cow cod, 1 ling cod. Copyright 1976 By Triangle Publications, Inc. Daily Racing Form Western harness racing. Hollywood Park, Inglewood, Calif., Friday, October 10, 1976 33rd night of 79-nlght meeting. All finishes confirmed by official Photochart camera. FIRST RACE. 1 mile. Pace. CI. All ages. Purse 53,300. Eenalla 8.00 3.80 3.40 Andy Horton 5.00 3.60 Senga Bogey 6.40 Time 2:01 25. Also ran Tricia Wyn, Bay Flight, Bold Star, Spanish Moss, Step Dance, Truculent, Count Paree. $2 Exacta (2-5) paid S37.40 SECOND RACE. 1 mile. Pace. CI. All ages. Purse S4.300. Roman Heritage ..9.80 6.60 5.80 Senga Colby 6.40 4.20 ShV Variety 4.40 Time 2:0225. Also ran McQueen, Jade Duke, Stereo Lad, kiwi AftiDec concourse, Galllga- rln. THIRD RACE. 1 mile. Pace. CI. All ages. Purse S5.600. Dwayne N 5.60 3.80 2.80 Sandras Son 5.20 3.20 Moving High 3.20 Time 2:01 35. Also ran Mr. Haverstraw, Bobby Way, Rapid Canny, Lansman, Taverns Sam, Brave Spring. FOURTH RACE. 1 mile. Pace. Conditioned. All ages. Fillies & mares. Purse $5,400. SIXTH RACE. 1 Mile. Pace. Invita-tional. All Ages. Purse $11,000. Peter Lobell 22.00 7.80 4.80 Skedaddle N 4.40 3.40 N L Skipper 4.80 Time 1:56 15. Also ran B C Count, Malestlc Skipper, Total Freight, Mister Karamea, Mister Fallacy, Tricky Dick N. SEVENTH RACE. One mile. Pace. CI. Hand. AH ages. Purse 58,300. Castashadow 7.80 4.00 3.00 Valda's Lad 4.00 3.40 V Time 4.00 Time V.59 15. Also ran Demons Orphan Baby, Worthy Master, Prosser's Spirit, Bossltl, Fulla Spark, Indefatigable. 55 Exacta (7-6) paid S66.50 Friday's Races EIGHTH RACE. One mile. Pace. Invitational. All ages. Purse $9,000. Table Hopper .... 8.40 5.40 3.40 Starred By Bret 7.40 5.60 Elegant Star A 4.00 Time 1:57 35. Also ran Senor Duane, Kay Wae, Keep Out, Heroic Storm, Honest Valley. NINTH RACE. One mile. Pace. CI. All ages. Purse $6,100. J R Bill 8.20 4.40 3.60 Royal York N 13.00 5.60 Game Time 4.40 Time 2:00 15. Also ran Saratoga Ean, Drexel Champ, Flamingo Miss, Image Maker, Surf Board, Dutch Hill Prince. $5 Exacta (3-8) paid $335.50 RACE ONE 1. F. Assumma (Eis), 10:17; 2. Christensen (Ed), 10:22; 3. Young (CM), 20:26; 4. Innes (UP), 10:38; 5. Cendelas (BP), 10:43; 6. Appell (FV), 10:46; 7. B. Kester (Art), 10:43. RACE TWO 1. C. Assumma (Els), 10:28; 2. Grofllhouse (VP), 10:34; 3. C. Kester (A, 10:34; 4. Thompson (CM), 10:38; 5. Allison (BP), 10:45; 6. Mark Trllevsky (Up), 10:46. RACE FOUR Overholt (CM), 10:45. RACE FIVE Kolar (CM), 10:41. TEAM 1. Costa Mesa, 21 (53:19); 2. Buena Park, 35 (54:56); 3. Villa Park, 48 (54:25); 4. tie between Upland (54:46) and Foothill (55:38), 49; 6. tie between Artesla (55:36) and Edison (54:49), 53; 8. Sunny Hills, 61 (56:26); 9. Elsenhower, 65 (55:43); 10. Kennedy (BP), 71 (56:04); 11. West Covlna, 72 (56:14); Tustin (56:26), no points. DOS PUEBLOS INVITATIONAL INDIVIDUAL: SENIOR 1. Wise (H), 10:16; 2. Helnrlchs (SB), 10:26; 3. Trlble (R), 10:29; 4. Hendricks (R), 10:30; 5. Calvano (HB), 10:36. TEAM Hueneme. JUNIOR 1. Morales (Cam), 10:14; 2. R. Parker (DP), 10:26; 3. Glftord (HB), 10:35. TEAM Dos Pueblos. SOPHOMORE Duff (HB), 10:44. TEAM San Marino. FRESHMAN Smith (Cam), 11:03. TEAM Agoura. OVERALL TEAM: 4A 1. Dos Pueblos, 145; 2. Huntington Beach, 167; 3. Santa Barbara, 199. 3A 1. Rlghettl, 144; 2. San Marl-no, 154; 3. Carplnterla, 2)4. GIRLS: INDIVIDUAL 1. Hobbs (SB), 12:49; 2. Serrano (DP), 12:59; 3. Spector (SM), 13:04. TEAM 1. Santa Barbara, 47; 2. Hueneme, 79; 3. Dos Pueblos, 89. American Rice .. 18.00 8.60 7.40 Truhappy Rainbow 6.20 5.00 Suiv Sue 4.40 Time 1:59-35. Also ran Caper Richard, Tarlta Lobell, Timely Arrival, Per Favore, Baroness Ramona. $5 EXACTA (3-7) PAID $215.00 FIFTH RACE. One mile. Trot. Con-diltoned. Purse $ 7,200. Endplay 19.80 8.00 5.40 Francis Snowdon 13.00 7.40 Raders Surprise 4.40 Time 2:00 45. Also ran Jerry Lad, Monterey Margie, Scarlet Hill, Coal Smoke, No Bet, Proud Donut. Ex-Times Sports Makeup Editor Dies Jerry Pidge, former sports department makeup editor at The Times, died Saturday morning at Santa Monica Luth-ern Hospital after a three-week illness. He was 86. Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday at Pierce Bros. Mortuary in Hollywood with burial in Hollywood Cemetery. He leaves his wife, Elsie, and two nephews, Gerald and Benjamin Brown. Dealers Wanted for Unique Greenhouse Window Major residential window manufacturer servicing top builders in the country is selecting new distributors & dealers to market its Greenhouse Window to the new construction 6c replacement markets. Sec our ad on Page 6 Part VI of today's paper. Call Kelly Crone Monday morning at (213) 968-5573 for more information. AUCTION SALES .! OIDtt OF im HOST DEPMTMEN7- CDMMEICU1 BLUE. HEUT Of DOWNTOWN MOMOVU 421-427 mill HE. MONONA, CJUIF. 75 FINAMCIHG WED. OCT. 20UU 2 P.M. (IT THE SITE) Modtm Md0. in good condition, naa approi. 24,000 sq. It. In bldo. plus Mtat of porting at raw, containing 104 pnod tripod apocoi. Moot lor all typos largo eowmorclal ontorpriss. For mora datalls call tor tact shoot. Iriapoctton by appotnttnonL SWIMS 1 10W OIOEIJ SUE SO TO 90 FIHJMB IIOUIMTION OF THE fOUOWlKE PROPERTIES COHSISTING OF COMHERCLU BLOC TEH IIHIT DPT. BIDS, TWO UNIT PT. BIDE. SIMGLE fAMJLr RESIDENCE LOIS. SITUIIM, OCTOBER 23rd T 2J0 P J. (SUE SITE BELOW) 1. Commercial bldg. 1927 S. Canlral .. L.A. 3400 sq. It. Lot slzo 43x1 ir Schodutsd Oross Incoma S2400. Zona C-2. 12. Tan unit apt. bldg. 11M E. Mlh 81., L.A. all bachalora. Lot slss 42 i 120. SchaduracTorOM Incomo 17 .200. Zono R-4. M. Two unit apt bldg. B2S2f U Poach BU Comoton 2 bdrma. aa. Lot slza 91 1 100. SchoduM Orooa Income $3,000. Zono R-2. 14. aingio family raaldanca. 1214 E. 47th 6t, LA. 2 bdrms. Lot sUs 40x72. Zono R-2. 18. Single family residence, 1516ft W. Mlh OL, LA. 2 bdrms. Lot slzs 50x18. Zona R-2. THE FOUOWIttOj ARE ALL VACANT LOTS. M. S50 E. 11Bth PI., LA. 401140. Zona R-1. 17. 2S40 E. 12tth St., L.A. B9X122. Zone M-1. Si. nog Amethyst, LA. 90x123. R-1 Zone. . 2ess Orchard Ave, LA. 80x120. R-4 Zone. 110. Lot zoned M-1. 39x128 at N.W. corner Hth UcKlnley, LA. 78 Financing. Inspect by appotntmonL Safe to be held et the Rodger Young Center, 836 w. Washington Diya, la can omce tor orocnura. -BY ORDER OF SUPERIOR COURT -3 UNITS NEAR MARINA DEL REY SUNDAY. OCTOBER 24TH AT ISO PJH. (SUE AT THE SITE) 725 MILW000 AVENUE, VENICE. CUIFORHIA Situated In a highly desirable arae, with excellent future potential. Income low at 1330 Mo. loan 113.000 payable $160 Mo. IncL 6W Int. aaaumable. Cash to encumbrance. Zone R2-1. Inapoct from 10 A.M. day ot aale. BV ORDER OF BANK LUXURY HI-RISE CONDOMINIUMS NEAil LAS VEGAS STRIP WIMBLEDON TENNIS CLUB- LAS VEGASJEVADA SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH AT 1:00 P.M. (SUE AT THE SITE) I0H l 00 FINANCING VM I IVM INTEREST APR 114 condominiums to be aotd IndhrldueNr. Located at 3S30 8. Swonaon 81. mlnutoe from Lea Vegaa atrip. Wimbledon providea condominium convenience wHh leisure living in en exclusive designed majestic sotting, con-slsting of 3 specloua floorpiana includes 8 penthouses. All unite feature carpet eelection, Individually controlled eir conditioning and heating, all electric decorator kMchen, frost free refrigerator, garbage dlapoeat A automatic diahweeher. Tennis, swimming poof, men's A women's gym. Additional recreational features Include e billiard room, T.V. lounge, hobby and game room a. Protected parking A 24 hour audiovisual security. TO ttCUftt OtOKE COWMeWaWaW. 0RSU Will K ACCEPTED PlUOfl TO AUCrtOal. MiaiuMun hutr cooreMTtM mma call for Mjijurim ntsexufu. atsncTnai daily s to b pjl Not available to rosldente of any stale in which thl real aetata la not law- mur orroraq in compiianco wim wo reel esieteor otner law ot aucn elate. IVI I.T.1III.T.1-I 1-1 HII.HS.-HM-A-I-I.HI ttmmsnmnwmti jini .u.ayj i .zfa.i' .'i.i.r."MBVi r.r. --.iaa.i4at (TUB AD WU NOT AfTEAS AGAIN) BV WTU of a warrant issued by the STATE TAX COMMISSION ot the STATE OF WW YORK, to me cktcled & deeVirtd axakot the real & rrorul property of HUMAN CO., tNC, I have seized t taken all right, title 1 Interest of uid HUMAN CO, INC, lo it WELL DRILLING MACHINERY EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES PIPE FABRICATING DEPT. LANDS 12" eV WUIAM 8" FIFE THAEADfNC MACHNES; COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP wLATHES TO 180" CC; HEAVY DUTY ARC WELDERS; CUT OFF MA-OeMS: COMPLETE UNE OF RK9D EQUIPMENT & MUCH, MUCH MORE. WELL PUMP ta WATER MAIN SUPPLIES COMPLETE STOCKROOM FOR FOHNSON PUMPS; OVER 100 MOTORS, 2 HT. TO 2SO HP MOSTLY NEW; larci Waumrnis of plumbing & aiCTRICAL FITTING! & SUPPLIES ROLLING STOCK (2) HYSTER PNEU. FORK UFTS, MOO. H60Q MASSEY-FSICUSEN & 4 TRACTOR FRONT END LOADERS; OVER 12 TRUCKS AS NEW AS 1773, FORDS & INTERNATIONALS, PICK-UPS, FLAT BED5 CHASSIS; OVER 10 TRAILERS, OFFICE & STORAGE TYPES COMPLETE AUTO MAINTENANCE DEPT. wTOOLS, PARTS & MAINTENANCE ITEMS. WELL DRILLING EQUIPMENT MOtlU DRILL MOD. B-So NEW IN 1974; SMEAL MOD. 10TE; BUCYRUS ERIE MODS. 1W, 20W, 22 A 241; PENN DRU MOO. B; MC CARTHY AUGER; WW REVERSE ROTARY; KEYSTONE 72 SPEED STAR ROTARY A SPUDDING RIG; PUMP HYDRAHOIST; SIC 3 MAST CYCLONE DPJLL; ACKER CORE DRU MOD. KR59W; WHEATLY & OR. WELL PUMPS; OVER 15 DC5EL & GAS STATIONERY PUMP EN-ONES; LARGE QUANTITCS OF DRRL STEM. WELL CASINGS, WELL PTE, WELL TOOLS: TOO"! OF ROTARY WING A UNDERCUTTING BITS; WELL POINTS 6 SCREENS, etc MISC. EQUIP1!. 4 SUPPLIES (6) ARPS TRENCH DEVILS; SCHRAMM MOO. 125 AtR COMPRESSOR; STEAM FENNY; SAND BLASTERS; GAS POWERED ELEC. GENERATORS; PUMPS; POST HOLE AUGERS A TAMPERS: SOU TESTING EQUIP. 1, SUPPUE5; ELEC. HAND TOOLS; HAND TOOLS, TRANSITS & SURVEYING EQUFMENT & MUCH, MUCH W1L BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION TUESDAY ft WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12 13, 1976 (tV IF NECESSARY, THURS., OCT. 14) AT 10i30 A.M. EACH DAY AT 100 LAUMAN LANE, BETHPAGE, L.I., N.Y. DIRECTIONS: LONG ISLAND EXPRESSWAY EAST. TO EXIT 42 HICKSVIUE RD (ROUTE 107) SOUTH, PROCEED 4 MILES SOUTH ON RTE. 107 TO LAUMAN LANE ON RIGHT, RJST PAST FARMER'S MARKET A OPPOSITE GRUMMAN5. MSMCnOM: MOM., OCT. If, 9 A.M.. 4 P.M. TERMS: 25 DEPOSIT, CASH OR CERTIFIED CHECK OR IRREVOCABLE BANK LETTER Of CREDIT FOR FURTHER V4FORMATION & RLUSTRATED BROCHURE. CALL, WRITE OR WRE: BALDWIN INDUSTRIAL LIQUIDATORS, INC. AUCTIONEERS AS AGENT P.O. BOX 238 MAIN STATION. BALDWIN. U, N.Y. 11SK TELEPHONES: (516) 858-2438; (212) W5-372S PERSIAN RUGS AUCTION TODAY, OCT. 10TH AT 2.-00 P.M. FREE EXHIIITION STARTS FROM 1 P.M. AMBASSADOR HOTEL 3400 WHSHIRE, LA., CAUF. (AMBASSADOR BALLROOM) In ctddilibn to our lint MUclion of witnlol fuejt and runntti, a new thip mttit ol Tobriiti hcfi jutt arrived in light grMr), rutt & iAfh. Hoovgr vacuum cUontf wil b tjiwn ot door priit. For moro inlormotion, ploai coll Iranian Rug Producori (415) 391-6666 PUBLIC NOTICE BV ORDER OF THE PfifOPALS OF ORIENTAL RUG IMPORTERS AUCTION We have been commissioned to liquidate the importers inventory ot Imperial Quality Handmade Authentic Persian & Oriental Rugs including: Kashan. Ardebil, Meshkin. Indian. Turkish Atghan. Bokhara, Qum. Aishar. tsphahan. Taba Tabriz. Chinese. Mir. Meshad. Natural Ferdoul and others. ALSO 1 DI0E SEUCIIOR OF UTiaUE IDES. MICnON TO BE HELD TODAY, OCT. 10, 2 P.M. view: noon-auction) AT THE BEVERLY HILLS mm INN 1150 S. Beverly Drive (near Pico) THIS SALE A MUST!!!! V, MILLION DOLLARS INVENTORY ADCTIDNEER: SHIMON GRILL FOi IKFORsUTION CUL (213) 654-8012 THUR. OCT. 14, 1976 11:00 A.M. 1322 W. EL SEGUNDO BLVD. GARDENA, CALIF. BILL ZIMMERMAN LANDSCAPING (AUGMENTED) FlFllll Lltl: 1SS1 CASE S30 CON8T. KINO LOADER WBACKHOE UNIT TRACTORS: GAS ft DIE8EL 2&3 AXLES 1 MILITARY OXB'e, PICKUPS-CHEV. 34 TON 4X4.FLATBEDDUMPS, CRANE & BOOM UNIT8: JOHN DEERE CRANE UNIT CLAIM DIGGER LOAD a UNLOAD HYD. VYPTP, GMC BANTAM CRANE 0 CYL GAS 3 AXLE DR. W4 CYL LE ROI UPPER ENG. 30' BOOM CLAM ETC., AUSTIN WE8TERN TURNS 360, MACK BOOM, HYD. EXT. LADDER, TRAILERS: (2) 30' PULL, CAR, CARRIER, (1) TRENCHER TRL, GOLF CARTS, ELECT., WELDERS, TREE 8PRAYER, CEMENT MIXER, TURFRIDER PICKUPS, RIDE LAWN-MOWERS. HAND TOOLS, CHAINS. BINDERS, JACKS, CHAIN SAWS, ASST. FRAMES I BEAMS, PIPE, WINCHE8, SCRAP METALS, OFFICE EQUIP. AND MUCH MUCH MORE. TBUU: CASH OR CASHIER'S CHECKS. 25 DEPOSIT ON SALE DAY, BALANCE DUE TO BE PAID IN FULL FBI.. OCT. 15. 1976 3:00 P.M. DIRECTIONS: HARBOR FWY. TO EL 8EQUNDO BLVD., WEST 1 MILE TO SALE SITE D. J. DUSTY HOLMBbTRG, AUCTIONHR P.O. BOX 48B ROSAMOND, CA.93S60 SALE PHONE 2 1 3 -327 - 1 723 i

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