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io firf IH-Thurs., Apr. 15, 1971 &O0 ftngtU tiimtfi 3 Hebert's Handicap .THOBOUGHBRED BY BOB HEBSBT (2nd day of 7My meeting; track muddy, first post 1:45 p.m. i Ml ft FIRST RACK ONR MfljGTVor 4-eiMVd p. Mwi 15,000. "H" To rlelmlnr tirim 11.(10(1. Index Morse and Jockey PP Wt, 2844 Final Host (Lambert) 2657 Big Muff (Tlerney) . , (30l5)Mr. Flower (.Plncay) . , 3015 Floodlit A.Pineda) . . , zauo, Traaer wc rjoroi Comment 2631 Mr. Arfro (Mahorney) . I.KUO.I 26S9 War Essie's Laaa 2008 Chanso (Campaa) .... 7 3013 Paper Tigress (D'seau) 4 2442 Tamborln (Lambert) . 14 ztra without Reason (Lamb.) 120 114 120 120 117 114 100 112 112 117 Prob. odds Good racea v. tougher. 4-1 Often gets some part. 7-2 Won coasting to wire. 6-1 Recent O.O. winner. 8-1 urops peg, goou worm. men H.1 Some mileage on him. 10-1 In light, raco open. 18-1 Room for Improvement. 20-1 Was sluggish early. 12-1 Had speed to stretch. 20-1 Beat only one horse, 30-1 Just outrun all way, 20-1 May need some racing. 60-1 Wo 8 127.1 vs. softer. C11 SKCOND"RA-I.Truril,oS8. for J-jrer-olif Calbradf. JO II ptte $a,soo. Top claiming price I0,000. 2-1 nest race rates call. 8 X107 n 114 . Xflllln rWAlllnRlnMl 11 119 4821 Desert Stakes (Hosai.) 11 112 2980 Sunny Knight (Maese) 'Clll 2608 Sethjudy (Plncay) ... 8 (2571)Mlss Dusty (Kosales) . 5 mat uiiy uwcuer (A. van) 4 ;26l4)Polnt Of View (Lamb.) 10 2052 Bold Contessa (Wellington) 13 12682 Pom Pom Oun (Lamb.) 15 112088 Nudlnl (Velasquez) ... 11 1 2683 Constant Commotion I (D. Pierce) 12 Romolr (Toro) 7 J 2814 Miss Dandylea (Campas) 2 J 3040 Hum Dum (Wellington) 14 ! 2607 liosa luna iTIernevI ... 1 32417 Sky Brush (Dur'scau) . 3 13014 Miss Aries (Ramcrlz) jl 2588 Charming Grctcllcn j imniiurney i 117 117 4-1 Won with plenty left. no u-i was wine, yet uiose. 114 0-1 Won last all way, 115 10-1 Just outrun In mller. 117 12-1 Part of entry last. 117 10-1 Won pair up north. 115 12.1 Often gets some part. 115 12-1 Worked 1:12 1-B fm. gate. 112 15-1 Fairly close at fl.,-1. 117 1M Fair races tip north. 115 23-1 Maiden, draws rail. 112 30-1 Was 42-1 vs. maidens, (107 80-1 In light, raced wide. 115 50-1 Broke badly only try. 1 O THIRD RACK FIVE FURLONGS. For maiden J-jrenr-oin 111- lies. Parse S5,50(l. 2534 Bold 'N Oulck (Plncav) 7 117 3-2 Forced wide, or winner. ;i oiu rGrsonaiiy sours luiivaresj ia ! 2570 Wingless Angel (Tler'y) 18 2U aiase xitiss tnianornev ,i2333 Barb's Babe (Campas) ,i Forgetive (Shoemaker) za uroiis uin iiviioorn, nionnnza (A.Finetia) Painted Flag (Maese) Heather Honey tveiasquezi ' Olga Joan (R.Pineda) Reins Pod (Karris) Grecian Heritage 11T 7-2 Must draw Into field. 117 -1-1 Splendid 3rd at 27-1. 117 n-2 Didn't run to works. 117 8-1 Fine 2nd only try. 117 8-1 From Hooper Stable. 117 8-1 Close In good showing. 117 12-1 l.lnmold-snra Moncen. 117 10-1 Won a training race. 117 15-1 Ch.f. by Bold Combatant. 117 20-1 Ch.f. DonsonGnbrlcla. 117 25-1 Br.f. by Roman Line. 117 25-1 Gr.f. by Isle Of Greece. 117 25-1 n.f. by California Kid. 117 2M Ch.f. by Doc Scott .1. 117 2o-l B.f. by Mustard Plaster. 117 30-1 Beat only one horse. 117 30-1 Broke slowly only try. (MshorneVi Rocco's Lady (Sellers) Flossie Bettv (Setters! Home Remedy (b.P'rce) 20u uusner s Time (I. Valenzttcla) . . . 2624 One Deal (Tlerney) .. JRl'o FOURTH'RACE SIX FURLONGS. For maiden 1 and 4-ycar-Oil i,u. Pnrai, Ki.nnii. 2650 Middle Fury (Shoem'r) 2030 Dating (Lambert) 2509 Bohonnan (Kllborn) . . 2528 Forbidden Wind . (Velasnticz) 2650 Flashco (Harris) 7 124 119 112 119 124 119 124 124 124 124 124 112 112 124 114 Proud Morcv (Grant) : . 10 Soft Machine (Sellers) 11 Norco Star (Maese) . . 4 2303 First Encore (Kllborn) 8 Bill K. (A.Plnodn) 13 2650 Cedar Cross (Well'ton) 12 2660 Hank A. (Mahorney) . 14 Jazz Boy (Canipns) ... 15 2650 Merakos (A.PIneda) ... 1 Gossamer Girl (Ram'z) 2 2392 Juanros Girl (Lomb'do) 3 1614 FIFTH RACE SIX FURLONGS. For 4-year-olds p. Purse JO It iii.ooo. Ton clalmlnar nrien 18.000. 2-1 Should graduate today. 3.1 Hnd traffic trouble. 5- 1 Must draw into field. 6- 1 Drilled 5 fur. In :5S 3-5. 8-1 Was checked on turn. 10-1 Solid drills In a.m. 12-1 Second In training race. 15-1 Worked :501-5 fm. gate. 25-1 Had early zip at 82-1. 25-1 Give an outing here. 30-1 Room for Improvement. 30-1 Dropped back in drive. 30-1 Fair drills to credit. 30-1 Had brief early sneed. 30-1 Fair drills to credit. 30-1 Good work since raced. 2409 White Buffalo (D'seau) 9 117 (2598)a-To The Fair (Plncav) 7 120 2596 a-Secontl Picking (P'cny) 6 114 2022 Cache Valley (I.V'zueln) 4 120 2508 Black And Tan (Lamb.) 2 118 2508 Arcadia Park (Cnmpas) 8 112 2032 Deluxe Dancer (Sellers) 10 111 8717 Oak Alley (A.PIneda) . 3 114 9198 Have Cash (Gonzalez) . 5 114 2587 .lymfyg (Mark) I jtlOO a t. w. ,iones traineu-entry. 9-5 BeRt race can win It. 5-2 Broke slowly, yet won. 5- 2 Debuts in new colors. 41 Always tough to beat. 6- 1 Nodded riuht at wire, 10-1 Third in last at 27-1. S-l Trailed tougher field. 12-1 Freshened, cooil works. 15-1 Missed easier chances. 30-1 Trailed In dull try. JCie SIXTH RACK OXB MILE on turf. For 3-year-olds. Pnrso Jala $13,000. Tnp claiming price 3.M)0. 114 5-2 Dropped whip near wire. 253S Sir Francis S. (Plncay) 4bv aiarxei .Minstrel (A. Pineda) 10 2653 Aisle C. (D.Pierce) 3 2553)Soclal Agent (Kllborn) 9 2538 Maze (Lambert) 4 2879 Ace Pilot (Shoemaker) 2 2662 Fee (Shoemaker) ... 11 2638 Cherokee Charlie (Sell.) 8 2618 Tlmotco (Rosales) 7 2636 Bright Boy (l.Vnl'zuela) 1 2335 BrlRhtsldeun (Ollvnros) 5 lid 3-1 Big race before last. 114 5-1 In money all recent. 112 8-1 Forced wide, yet won. 112 8-1 Beat only one horse. 117 8-1 Well-beaten In stakes. 117 12-1 Still In maiden ranks. 114 15-1 Beat maidens recently. 116 15-1 Karly speed, faltered. 119 25-1 Upset softer recentlv. 112 25-1 Fairly close vs. softer. fi SEVENTH RACE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH on turL For 4-yearolds up. Allowances. Parse llt.oon. (2635)Klnednm Come (Plncay) 5 114 2651 Hark Rival (Kllborn) . 8 114 2673 Carl's Secret (Camnas) 2 114 2019 Smart Bug (Sellers) .. 1 114 2619 Klncpasser (Dur'senu) B 114 3032 Kelly .lack (A.PIneda) 4 120 2650 Esqulrazn (Maese) ... 3 114 2602 Caninomar (Toro) 7 114 RACE SIX EIGHTH RACE SI JJ&f Cnn.i. flirt Stnl'pa. 1 5-2 Improves every outing. 4- 1 Recent S12.500 claim. 9-2 Mav go better here. 5- 1 Failed when favored. 5-1 No alibis In last S-l In money all recent. 10-1 Good try vs. maidens. 15-1 Trailed in last pair. FURLONGS. For 3-vi-nr-old fillies. Goose Girl Stakes. Purse SiS.non nililnl, firon J2,5nn. To winnrr SI7,S50, second 81,730, third $3,5110, fourth S2,!30, fifth $730. 2834 Ulla Brltta (Shoem'r) 5 2655 Lost Yesterdays (Lamb.) 8 (26j5)Naupoona (Mahorney) 5 a-Marlways (Plncay) . . 11 a-Mla Mood (Plncay) . . 1 2655 At Twilight (Kllborn) 4 2655 I.uhitnrch (D.Pierce) . . 2 (2674)Grankle (Sellers) 9 Acid Test (Bosnles) ... 8 Shapely Shlll (A.P'da) in 1655 Pnranha (Wilburn) .. 7 a -F. W. Hooper entry. 118- 2-1 Beaten some good ones. 112 4-1 Sharp. In good hands. 118 9-2 Bids for 3rd straight. 112 4-1 Won bv 5 In Fla. 112 4-1 Promising Hooper filly. 112 8-1 Good, but in tough. 112 5-1 Had speed to stretch. 11R 10-1 Paced wide, vet won. 112 12-1 Non winner this vear. 112 12-1 Winner from Caliente. 115 25-1 Had brief early speed. For 5-2 Improving with racing, 4-1 Draws Shoe for debut. 4- 1 Good try before last. 5- 1 Probably needed last, 12-1 May get some part. in-1 nuin't repeat good to'. 12.1 Taken no leaving gate. 30-1 Shown little so far. 9K1 Q NINTH RACE MIliE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH on InrT ""10 4-year-olds up. Allowances. Purse $11,11(111. (2U50) Admfral'Tvlctory (Plncay) 4 120 Tin Tin II (Shoemaker) 3 114 2673 El Doc (Harris) 8 114 2043 Nlgreta (Cosncdcs) ... 5 109 2618 Sea -Artist (Tlerney) .. 1 120 2619 Pourguct Pas U.V'z'la) 7 12(1 2063 Solo Sail (A.PInedn) .. 2' 114 2503 Norte Grande (Toro) .. A 114 a rtpprenuce allowance claimed. Most probable wlner BOLD "N QUICK (3rd). Best bet KINGDOM COME (7th). LOVGSIIOTS l. War Eagle's Lass, 2. Nudlnl, 3. Painted Flag. 4. Soft Machine. 5. Black And Tan, 6. Social Agent, 7. Smart Bug, 8. At Twilight, 9, Nlgreta. MURRAY'S COLUMN Continued from First Page "I don't like to give up to a pitcher," he admitted. "It's had for you psychologically and good for him psychologically. I don't like to lose my aggressiveness up there. I don't like a pitcher to make me change. I know I'll hit. But I don't try for homers. I just try to hit the ball hard. That's my style," It's a style that wins, if you judge by the illustrious company it keeps. It's a pennant style. And, although he was talking about acting when he said it. a remark by John Barry more is applicable here: "You're only as good as you dare to be bad." CONSENSUS HOIAVWOOD PARR 1 Mr. Flower 17, Final Hot 13, floodlit 4. 2 Bethjudy 20, Visa Dusty 6, Nudlnl 5. 3 Bold 'N Oulck 10, Stags Miss 9, Painted Flag 8. 4 Middle Fury 19, Bohan-nan 12, Dating 6. 6 Second Picking 11, White Buffalo 10, Cache Valley 9. 8 Sir Francis S. 19, Market Minstrel 14, Aisle C. 5. 7 Smart Bug 16, Kingdom Come 9, Hark Rival 9. 8 Ulla Brltta 24, Naupoona 7, Mia Mood 5. 9 Pourget Pas 17, Nlgreta 13, Admiral's Victory 6. Best bet ULLA BRITTA (8th) 'Earl' Scores $9 Surprise Continued from First Page spare in the feature. There was a gap of eight more lengths back to third-place Once Over. Although he recovered immediately, King Of Cricket hurt his chances when he hopped out of the starting gate. But he took the lead away from Fleet Kirsch in a :22 25 first quarter and was nearly five lengths in front at the top of the turn before Earl Of Milldale could collar him in the stretch following a :45 15 half-mile. This was the third win In seven starts this year, his first stakes success in the West, for the 5-year-old son of Traffic Judge since his training has been taken over by J.J. (Jack) Phillips. Victory was worth $24,-750 for the Deerfield Stable of Riley Gilbert Jr., Middleburg, Va., breeder, and Arthur Reade, a Boston attorney. Lambert started his saddle double with Nice Mistake at $5.80, one of four winning board favorites during the afternoon. Both of Mahorney's triumphs came with long-shots, Artstar at $10.80 in the second race and Times Rush at $28 in the sixth race. Hoo (beats Fillies will be in the spotlight when racing resumes tills afternoon, with a field of 11 entered In the $25,000-ad-ded Goose Girl Stakes at six furlongs . . . Kill Slmeninkrr was spilled In the post parade for the third race when the 2-year-old, Mister Caution, he-cume fractious. Apparently Shoemaker decided discretion was the better part of valor because he took off the colt and was replaced by Krnnk Oliviire.i, who finished third In the race. . .Shoemaker came back to ride his remaining mounts. In an outstanding training accomplishment, Buster Stll-lerlck prepared Nice Mistake for a wlre-to-wlre win at 1 116 miles In the fourth race, first outing for the G-year old gelding since September, 1969, and his first victory since Hollypark's opening day April 11 of that year . . . Dolly Moore (58-1) was beaten only a length in the fifth race and paid $10.80 to place and $21.60 to show, marks that could stand up through the season. His brief "retirement" over, Johnny l.oiigden Is back In business as an active trainer at Hollypnrk. He takes command of 20 horses, Including all those formerly trained by wife Hazel and four belonging to the Pine Oak Stable of Sirs. Josephine liiynn, Versailles, Ky . . . Final statistics disclose that horses stabled at Hollypark shipped across town to win 38 races during the Santa Anita season. THOROUGHBRED HOLLYPARK CHARTS Copyright, l'rt, to Trianon Publications, Inc. (Dally Raclnf Form) HOLLYWOOD PARK TURP CLUI, HOLLYWOOD PARK, INOLRWOOO, CAL. WBDNIIOAY, APRIL 14, IWI FIRST DAY OP 75-DAY IUMMIR MBBTINO (All IhlthM cmllrmM by tlllclal Photothir) Camtri) Rl -PIRIT RACK-SIX PURL0N8S. Par 4-yaartWi ut. OOVA auru tijaa. Tn eiaimlm arlea 111,000. Horaa and toc'Riv Wlngover, Shoema'ktr Scurry Back, Plncav Br Utwi, Ollvarn Flylni Magician, A. Plnoda Couragaous Mac, Kflborn Nlkkli pramlio, Seller Sand canyon, Rosalet Sportlnf Initinct, Cewedai Ntutrat, I, Valeniuala Unlit Thmlt. Harrll Northern Rebel, Lambert Wl. PP" si; 117 6 20 4 3 15 3 1 15 J 5 15 7 19 9 4 10 7 M t4Str. FTnTToM l' 41 all Jh 3.M It 31. 31 31) 34.10 31 371 2h 411 14.10 (1 1 34.00 51 71 71 ft 13.40 13 611 571 71 9.90 Bold Bamabut, Campaa Indian Torch, Durouiieau Nasnvllla Magic, Shoemaker Wert Holt, 0. Pierce ne i uiuy, ireios in I I 170 4 4 ISO 1 10 120 2 II 120 I 120 11 5 5 Jh. ) 30.10 31 3H 7i li 3.S0 9)! 93 91 In, 4 30 .71 7 HI 95 1.70 10U104 10 1t 75.10 1. II II 1 75 40 I 10 11 1071 94 3530 7h 51 II..9 70.60 5 11 2n Bl loilion 5 11 11 101 11 11 11 s.n oak Alley, Mr. Scratched Sea Nairullah. Harry Cohen, Time, :Si ! 3-3, 159, 1:12 2-5. (Cloudy and muddy,) Tern-paraturt, deo. Winner, b.h. I, by Linmold-Sky Ventura. Owned oy Sourdough stable. Trained by H. Phllpot, Muluel pool, 1171,026. Twe-Mlar muhiolt paid: WINOOVER, 5.00, MO, 3.00) KURRY BACK. 4.K, 3.30; SETTER NEWS, 1.00. ngno-SECOND RACE-MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH, For 03U 3-year eldi. Puria 15,000. Claiming price 55,000. Wl. PP V, Mi Vt Sir. Fln.Jo l '114 S3!l 3I"1I '1h.1l 4.40" 14 3 10 92 511 2nt 3.10 17 6 411 47) 37 321 31 3.30 14 7 2 HI 41 2l 41 11.60 10 2 9) 10 Bl 4l! 56 5.30 14 4 7J1 71 51 61 6 2?,t 14 10 21 5 77 7 712 14.50 15 S II 31 7) 14 8 9.10 15 1 51 6 94 94 94 1.10 14 9 61 51 10 10 10 33.30 Jail BOv. Welllnatnn Scratched called Girl.. Ahtm. Cnfl ulrinrw. in.nt. ,i Call BOX. ' ' Time, S22J.3, :46 2-5, 1:00, 1:13 3-5. Winner, b.c. J, by Windy Sea Nevada Princess, owned by Mr.-Mn. M. c. Kasser. Trained by R. S. Coter, Muluel pool, 1301,446, Twe-dllir muluela paid: WINDY NRVADA, 7.40, 5.30, 4.41 DOLLY MOORE, 40.10, 11,60) GENERAL MACOnI 10.40 QenR-"XTH RCE-Slx PURLONoi. Fer"jear.e7dk U9UO atlawanrai. Purls eilJMM Allowance!. Horse and jockey Times Rush, Mahorney Prolecior, A. Pineda American Grit, Toro Shaynaman, Kilborn River Isle, Shoemaker Long term, Lamnort "WtTpp'SfT -IJ2"2 4" 122 5 1 116 3 122 1 S 119 4 3 119 6 2 v,y Str.jlnTTosl 31 411 1h Ink 13.00 In 31 22 34 2.50 411 31 42 31 9.20 51 Si S 41 16.40 21 IK 3h 58 1.50 6 6 6 6 2.00 Horse and lockoy Xrtstar, Mahorney Friend Bill, Shoemaker Decourcy Graham, Lambert Lucky pair, A. Pineda Manner of Fashion, Kllborn Royal Oervlih. Cespedes Brave Cadet. Tlerney Everything Jake, Harris Tau, Sellers Overwhelming, Campas Scratched-Eagles Dare, Whomawho, Royal comrade, miss Elusive, Twototanoo, Chargers Pride. Time, :24, :4I3 S, 1:15 2 5, 1:431-5, 1:50. Winner, b.c. 3, by Vlncl-Watcrllne. Owned bv N, T. Bass. Trained by R, Kino. Mutual pool, 1201,573. Dally double pool, 5249,700. Two-dollar mutuels paid: ARTSTAR, 10.50, J.to, 3.10; FRIEND BILL, 5.40, 3.40; DECOURCY GRAHAM, 3.00. - 51 DAILY DOUBLE (-5 PAID 540.70 oefiQ-THIRD RACE-FIVE "FURLONOS." For maiden oauo yeaMld colls and geldings, Calbreds. Purse 15,500. Horse and jockey Melos, Campas Speed Event. Pincav Mister Caution, Ollvarea King Scott, A. Pineda Solar Salute, Lambert Fast Release, D, Pierce Atta Boy Blnky, Jackson Joe Busch, Sellers Brookmork, Wellington Prince Correl, Velasquci Mr. O.B.T., I. Veleniuela wasnes Hope, Tlerney Wl. PP'SiT" i' 9 1 it 21 31 1i"lir. Fin. To If tit Ul'til 1.10 21 2 J.4U T.OU 41.60 521 21.10 31 5h 51 6ns 4.70 7b 7h Sll 7nk 33.90 102 101 72 811 11.60 113 1110104 91 S 69.00 91 911 9711011 15.70 en in 1110112 12.90 12 12 12 12 41.00 51 51 31 3h 61 6 41 42 42) 44 671 521 76ers Award $500,000 Pact PHILADELPHIA W Dana Lewis, 6-foot-10 Tulsa center, has a six-year contract worth a reported $500,000 with the Philadelphia 76ers of the National Basketball Assn. According to Lewis' agent, Steve Arnold of New York, the player collects a good portion of the money even if he doesn't make the team. Arnold refused to say how much Lewis will draw from the 7Gersy but he did describe the contract as the best of any 1971 first draft choice other than that of Artis Gil-more. Giimore reportedly got $1.7 million from Kentucky of the American Basketball Assn. Pro Basketball Notes Pacar Slo'ied 6-9 forwerd Darnell Hlllman ed San Jolt State, their No. I choice; b) the) ABA player draft. Rain 'Cagsrs' Win Goy Bacon and Jack Snow paced a basketball team composed of Rams to a 67-64 victory Wednesday night over the Westminster alumni at Westminster High. CIF Track OOLDEN LEAGUE Quart! Hill 79. Anlelope Valley 39 Trafton Recovering From Hip Surgery George Trafton, 74, a member of the pro football Hall of Fame, is recovering from major hip surgery at the Villa Gardens Convalescent Home, 1160 N. Vermont Ave. Trafton first gained fame as a cjenter at Notre Dame. He joined the Decatur Staleys,' forerunners of the Chicago Bears, in 1920, and served.'as an assistant to the Bears owner-coach George Halas after his playing career ended in' 1932. He also is a former assistant coach of the Rams, tact. Is. 12 r lZ race fans hear hollywoed park ; ract rtiulri :15 and :45 oast the Hour tues. thru sat. on KFWB sports. ' GROUP KFWB88D,0W 3504- in 111 6 I 111 4 6 111 3 3 111 12 2 111 10 7 119 3 5 111 1 4 111 I 12 111 11 II 118 5 9 113 7 10 rrhBrtTjkll,lnn DlrharH. D,nn. Cil Arrow. Our Chief. Time, :73, :47, ;59 1-5. winner, dk.b. or br.c. 2, bv Isle Of Greece Great Hostess. Owned bv Mrs. W. J. Hock. Trained bv H. Moreno. Muluel pool, 5272,013. Two-dollar muluols paid: MELOS, 5.60, 3.40, 3.W; SPEED EVENT. 4.00, 1.70; MISTER CAUTION, 5.00. I FOURTH RACE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH (ON TURPI. For 4.ve.-ir ods and up. Purse 511,000. Too claiming price 520,000. Wt. PP '.'4 V, V, Str. Fin. To 51 RicTMIstoke, Lambert 116 6 111 u 12 17 1 I 1.90 Blue Cobra, D. pierce 116 2 42 41 2ti 44 21 7.90 Love Your Hosl, Tlerney 116 4 6 6 41 31 3n .!0 Freeway Kid. Mahorney 116 1 in 31 3n 21 41 3.50 Snow Man, Toro 116 S 511 511 51 54 ss 6.60 Youno Trader, A. Pineda 113 3 221 21 6 6 6 6.70 Scratched Who's War, Gray Power. Time, :74, 141 2-5. 1:134-5, 1:401-5, 1:47. Winner, blk.g. 6, .bv Beau purple Sweet Error. Owned bv Hobeau Farm. Trained by M. E. Mlllerlck. Muluel pool, 5115,293. Exacta pool, 5169,510. Two .dollar mufuils paid: NICE MISTAKE, 5.10, 1.40, 1.60; 1LUB COBRA, 1.40, 3.60;LOVEYOUR HOST,l.O0. 5 EXACTA (7.3) PAID 555.00 FIFTH RACE-SIX FURLONGS. For maiden T-vearotds. Purs 56,000. Wl." PP St 170 10 Scratched Oohfoit. Mfah fnlnfer. AaitartiM. Anfhnrl Time, :27 3 5, :46 2-5, :57 l-5, 1:121-5. Winner, b.c. 3, by Indian Rush Counterclock. Owned by Dr. R, Foxwcll. Trained by G. Cleveland. Muluel pool, 5304,380. Twodollar mutuels paid: TIMES RUSH, M.M, 1.00, 4.10; PROJECTOR, 4.40, 1.10; AMERICAN ORIT, 4.60. OCn SEVENTH RWE-NH MILS tOH TURF). For year-olds up. Allowances. Pursa 111,000. Horso and'iocVcy VCpPV4 Vi i Siri Fin. To 5"T Domineering, Sellers 1IS4 32irl 14 "17 j.so Moment To Moment, Sh'm'er 113 6 all 5h 61 37 71 9.00 Belle Roulette, Kllborn 111 2 Hi 11 11 22) oil 17.10 Eta, Lambert 119 3 3) 3) 31 4!j 42 1.10 Pensive Pappa, Tlerney 113 7 411411411 31154 19.20 Ground Power, A. Pineda 111 S 7 6h 51 62 66 12.10 Wayward Kocv, Plncay 119 1 51 7 7 7 7 5.40 Scratched Princely Flight, Camoomar, Born Wild, Count Elltel, Mr. Egon Gee, Borblion Jr., Roval Talent. t Tlmo, . :!3 4-5, :4l, 1:13, 1:252.5, 1:311-5. Winner, dk.b. or br.c. 4, by Determine Glory Hill. Owned by El Peco Ranch. Trained bv J. H. Adorns. Muluel pool, 5112,504. Twodoltar muluols paid: DOMINEERING, 7.70, S.M, 4.40; mwiwii lis mumsni, .4U, bci.i.ij XUULKIIE, 4.60. -EIGHTH RACE-SIX FURLONOS. For 3-veir-olds in. Miller Mlgh Life Premiere Handicap. Puna t0,0N added. Cross M2,750, Wt. PP St.M Vi Sir. Fln.JTo SI '11S"2"S 311 2hja11 3,50 120 3 2 1 11) 11 21 .10 114 4 1 5 5 31) 36 3.30 116 1 4 44 4) 5 46 3.90 117 1 3 27) 34 4h 5 3.30 3508 Horse and loekey Homo and loekey- Earl Of Milldale, Lambert King or Crlckrl, Vclniquer a-Once Over,-Plncav Ftlghllno, StinemnKor a-Fleet Kirsch. A. Pineda a Coupled entry. Time, :22 2-5, MS 15. :57 3S, 1:lo M. Winner dk.b, or br.h. S, bv Traltlc Judoe Pet Child. Owned bv Deorflcld Stable. Trained bv J, J. Phillips. Muluel pool, $262,186. Two-dollar mulueli pafd: EARL op MtLLOALt? 7.00. J.iO, Out; KINO OP CRICKET, 2.19, Out; a-ONCE OVER, Out. EARL OP MILLDALE fell back afler itnrt, rilllcd on far turn from outside, wore dawn KING OF CRICKET fhrouah final furlong and won oolno nwav. KING OF CRICKET oul-raccd FLEET KIRSCH for eorlv lead and could nnl malch strides with winner Inside furlong cole, ONCE OVER overtook tired horses. FLIGHTING wont to bearing out and wns unable to handle the footing. FLEET KIRSCH forced early pace and stopped In lale stnocs. Scratched Imaginative, Corn Off The Cob, Terra Berry. NINTH RACE MILE AND ONE-SIXTEENTH (ON TURF). For 4-vearoldi us. Pun m.ooo. Tan claiming price 120,000. Wt. PPA ViVt Str. Flh. To SI ??a 5 Mi Tl h h Tit 3.20 I Id I 11 i 21 24 J5 W 7 7 U J1 3? 3 116 6 iS 44 J 11 ill I 12? 2 52 ih M 45 541 115 A .11 31 3n Sl 63 116 3 61 7 7 7 '7 3509" Horse amOociTcy"- 3.C0 2.40 8.70 17.10 17.50 5.70 3505' Horse and locftcy windy NevadaTpincay Dolly Moore, Olivares General Macon, Tors Bohannan, Kllborn Bonnie 0ay, OeLomba V, Str. Fin. To 51 115 170 170 X110 I 3 71 12 11 41 41 21 th all 61 HI 2! 31 61 57 41 II 2.70 211 51.10 3nk 21. U Jm 4.40 521 0.10 Exrra Hand, D. Pierce Windy Point. I. Valenluela Encyclical, Plncy Drink To Me, Toro Secolo. Tlernev Hill Sling, A. Pineda Rlmal, Shoemaker Scratched Moonrelndeer, Gold Flake. Time, :73 4-5, :41 4-5, 1:14 2-5, 1:39 3-5, 1:46. Winner, ch.g. 5. by Octoous Dessert Route. Owned oy Mr.'Mrs. W. M. Tcnn.int. Trained by L. Glauhuro. Encyclical claimed by Sourdouoh stable for 570,000. Muluel oool, 5174.161. Exacta cool, 5719,335. Total, 57,137,117. Attendance, 33,136. Twe-dollar mutuels eald: EXTRA HAND, 1.40, 4.00, 1.60; WINOY POINT, 4.20, ISO; ENCYCLICAL, 2.60. S5EXACTar(6-irPAID"S51.50 Abbott's Analysis BY BION ABBOTT FIRST RACE 1. Mr. Flower Scored with speed to spare in north. 2. Trader Blc Nosedive in class, may come to life. ' 3. Final Host Could be hard to handle In this spot. SECOND RACE , 1. Bethjudy Beat better field In race before last. 2. Nudini Fine record in north, rates a big chance. 3. Miss Dusty Ran off with last orfe by six lengthi, THIRD RACE 1. Bold 'n Quick Troubled fourth as heavy favorite. 2. Personally Yours Strong second, still improving. 3. Painted Flag Just won training race in 1:00 15. FOURTH RACE 1. Middle Fury Served notice with a speedy second. 2. Dating Trailed as a favorite, might make amends. 3. Forbidden Wind Sizzling drills since last race. FIFTH RACE 1. To The Fair Part of sharp entry, either can win. 2. White Burfalo Claimed, runs cheaper in this one. 3. Black And Tan Nosed out at 15-1 in similar spot. SIXTH RACE 1. Sir Francis S. Top effort should be good enough. 2. Aisle c Winner on this turf course last season, 3. Market Minstrel Chance off his race before last. SEVENTH RACE 1 Kingdom Come Faced better, may be sharp enough. 2. Carl's Secret Meets company his best could beat. 3. Smart Bug Third as a favorite, may make amends. EIGHTH RACE 1. Ulla Britta Speed, class to score in this spot. 2. Mariways Gets in light, could be hard to handle. 3. Naupoona Won her last pair and still on upgrade. NINTH RACE 1. Admiral's Victory Just won like a top prospect. 2. Pourguct Pas Rates chance off race before last. 3. Tin Tin II Argentine invader, Shoe for his bow. BEST BET Ulla Britta (8th). LONGSHOTS 1. Mr. Argo, 2. Homair, 3. Rocco's Lady, 4. Soft Machine, 5. Jymfyg, 6. Maze, 7. Esquiraza, 8. Lulutorch, !). El Doc. Jim French Definite for Wood Raiders Sign Tribe's Moore OAKLAND tfl Bob Moore, rated as one of the greatest tight ends in Stanford history, signed a three-year contract Wednesday with the Oakland Raiders. , The Raiders refused to divulge the terms of the contract but the Klamath Falls Herald and News reported it totaled $85,000. Moore, the Raiders' fifth draft choice and outstanding star with the Rose Bowl champions, w n s signed in Klamath Falls by Ron Wolft Oakland's director of player personnel. During his three years on the Stanford varsity, Moore caught 100 passes for 10 touchdowns and 1,-327 yards. He was the fifth player in history to catch 100 or more passes on the Stanford varsity. Stanford football coach John Ralston, who described Moore as one of the greatest tight ends in that college's history, said: "About the only other man who can compare with him is Bill McColl, who was a two-time All-American and then starred eight years with the Chicago Bears." Hundley Won't Need Surgery CHICAGO (UPI) A preliminary examination indicated Wednesday that Chicago Cubs' catcher Randy Hundley will not have to undergo surgery on his injured right knee. Dr. Jacob Suker, Cubs' team physician, said the cartilage appears to be in- HOLLYWOOtS 2 Al Stankie Signed Al Stankie, a former Los Angeles police officer, has been signed to box Cipria-no Hernandez of Mexico City at the Valley Arena May 1. Golf Results SPANISH OPEN At Barcelona II Hele Leadira 67 Peler Townsend (England), Cllve Clack (Enoland), Oale Haves (South Africa),. Roberto De Vlccnzo (Argen-Una). 51 Bruce Flelstier (Miami). NEW YORK Wl Jim French, winner of the Santa Anita Derby on April 3, will be a definite starter in Saturday's $100,000 Wood Memorial at Aqueduct race track, trainer Johnny Campo announced Wednesday. Cnmpo made his decision after Jim French had wdrked out five furlongs in' 50 15 seconds. The Wood, at 1 18 miles is the last major eastern stakes race for the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville on May 1. RACE FANS! list ysar's HOLLYPARK WINNERS-RACES FRACTIONS TURF SPECIALISTS MULTIPLE VINNERS-Alptub. indoles In TURF ANNUAL tor quick rcfcrince. Phis futures on HOW TO WIN. All In TURF ANNUAL, a must tor "horses for courses" una who 'ova price horses. At n:ws stands, Hollypark Equine Emporium or send 51.00 lo: TURF ANNUAL 439 s. Western A,e. Los Angeles 10 1 4ft BIG SERVICE OFFERS FOR '' El O ONE LOW PRICE .. . '1 'I 1 LUBE & OIL CHANGE uP to s quarts of premium ail plus txptrt lubrication. 2 ALIGN Front Wheels ws set cos- ter, camber and toe-in. Center steering wheel, ? 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