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..· mcrw6W6«i claiming pricclis.ooc. Sis;. SsiiBlr* Curse Mote: to? IM7 testifying .' : ni ]«JGl9*)ie'sDancer... ' " 9 lOW.Sanbien - ' j ; 8158.Wilbur's Udy.. .. " 3 ml She's Magic 117 1027Caribbean Pearl ... 117 1041 QuicKDoe ||9 - 1047 Rebel's Own '117 8379 LaTrompez.,.. m 10(7 Powerful Lady n; POP'S Juli ...... 117 8263 Dual Purpose ... "" 115 --Tlrr ; " 4 7 6-hd 10 1 Mid 1 5-5-nd 11 11 11-6 3 10 10-hd 1 6 7-2 ( 4 3-2 3 3 1-hd 7 i 8-1 2 9 9-5 5 12 12 " 2 2-hd lime- :t\ to, .4i i/s, .53 2/5."l.l2; Clear, track fast. IZmuluelsiiard: . JestlfYins 183.40 JM.M m« Gladdie's Dancer 2780 1300 Baublen ".. j'jo Start good from gate, won driving. Mutuel pool -- $99,790. .TESTIFYING.-wlthin e«r striking . distarice while racina tetwtn tuna down Hie bsdulrrtcn. made i strong 4-hd 1-nd !-hd 2-'j W 4-1 10-hd . 7-Vi 11-6 Ml 5-hd 5-hd 1-hd 3-2 3-lYj 8-3 7-1 10-1 9-hd 9-1 12 11-8 6-lVj 12 Fin Jtdcev 1-ns Woodhouse iaz 3-hd Rosales 4-1 Howard 5-hd Pierce 6-hd Teiiira 7-3 Vasquez 8-^ -Olivares 9-hd Valdez 10-ns Malwmey 11-ns Baeza 12 Pineda GSS~i 90.70 28.50 6.10 48.90 . 9.00 6.60 2.10 16.60 12.30 7.80 6.30. 33.40 move while splitting rivals at the fur- tonsrmarker to collar GLADDIE'S DANCER and.bested that one in a head bobbing decision at the wire. The latter prompted the pace from Ihe ouhtoe to the stretch, tnk command In mfd-drlvt 32L'f v 'i?SL.Srf' 1 ' 1 ''' I" » close IwSSi,^ 81 '." twnd "" "' Scratched - Wine Label, Dew Kiss. ' * "' * Year °' Index Horse VVt. PP si 11U Fast N Able . 130 '6 7 .5460 Sprlngwater 118 7 4 1002 Magnificent Macho....... 120 5 3 1011 Stable Prince iifi 3 5 B154 NarrowWay ....: . us 2 6 1092 Lark's Image xllS 4 -1 Time - .22, .45, .57 1/5, 1.10 1/5. Clear, track fast. Fas* N Able 14.80 6.40 420 Magnificent Macho .....4.40 Start good from gate, won handily. . _ Mutue) Pool -- 5181,390, Daily Dou- btePool-si5U62. FAST N ABLE lodged his bid out- 3 2 7 1 ''2 Str Fin Jockey Odds id 5-3 4-d 2-}* Valdez !.7Q 1 -2-\'j 2-2 3-3 Pineda , 10.40 7 61 * 4-1 Olivares 5.70 nk 1-hd 3-hd 7 -Travers ?'.00 side rivals on the turn to challenge, then drew on wnen set down in the midstretch but could not match strides with the winner intthe Sinai sixteenth. MAGNIFICENT MACHO prompted the pace throughout and tired. -Scratched -- Make A Move. DAILY DOUBLE, 4-TE51IFYING 4-FAST N ABLE; PAID S1.23S.40. WNO.VS cTaSSri R ce A « C |U. 1/16 . mi ' eS - 3 "* M "^ ^'^ *"» Index Horse 1112 Identical Man.. . -- DH-Grarmm Heagney 1101 DH-MickevScagle .. 1075 Pickle Pie 1083 Gold Bold 1066 Total Credit. 1066 Brother Adam . 1096 Spanish Bank 1066 Audacity 1058 Monsieur Windsor 1067 Emprise 1058 Autumn Thunder Wt. PP .lie 5 us i 116 2 118 12 11B 3 .115 10.118 6 118 II 1113 4 118 9 .113 8 118 7 SI "4 6 6-1 7 7-) 1 2-hd 9 10-hd 12 12 S 3-3 2 1-1 4 5-1 '7 11 B-hd 3 42 10 9-"l "i » , Str Fin 5-tld '3-hd 1-2 l-2"j 8-hd S-'.-i 4-3VS 2 Jockey Odds Woodhouse 10.30 5-1 2-2 2-6 J-2 1-hd 3-2 4-J 11-2 7-hd 5-b 5-1 12 II 7-n 6-4 1-1 2-1'A M 7-14 2-1'/! 4-«j 8-1 ' 8-hd 6-1 9-3 9-1 9-ns 7-1 10-Vi II 10-2 4-2 6-"? 10-1 11. 9-hd Pulled up Toro Pincav Pineda Dial Olivares Baera Mahorney 19.30 Mitchell 11.00 Valdet 112.90' Santiago 108.40 Mena 3.60 19.10 1.40 3.60 102.70 34.20 45.10 DH--Deadheat for second. Time - .23 1/5, .47, 1.12 3/5, 1.39, 1.453/5. Clear, track fast. Identical Man 22.60 7.00 4.70 DH--Graham Heagnev 6.40 6^20 DH-MickeySeagle :...2.60 3.00 Start good for all bul Total Credit, won driving.' Mutuel pool -$200,062. IDENTICAL MAN, rated white in midpack down the backstretch, responded to urging while circling rivals on the turn to get the lead at the head of the land and was atlout to stave off MICKEY SEAGLE'S bid in midstretch. GRAHAM HEAGNEY madea bold bid , between horses at the eighth pole to get into contention and finished gamely to finish on even terms with 'MICKEY SEAGLE. The latter gave way after testing the winner through the stretch to gain the deadheat with GRAHAM HEAGNEY. , Scratched - Night Attack. Action Time, Happy Count.Polite Promise. 1148--FOURTH RACE. 6 furlongs. 3 year old maiden filMes bredincalii. Claiming. Purse $6500. Top Claiming price 525,000. Index Horse Wt. PP st 4 Besbore 117 7, 6 7585 Charming Lark 115 9 3 DofisO'Neit 117 1 8 7071 On Restriction 114 8 10 1012 I'm Home Early 114 6 111 8379 Fishlady 114 11 2 82B9 Flight To Mecca 117 3 7 Boreas Canyon ..117 10 9 1 8711 saucy'sZeal 117 12 1 8773 Jorianne's Joy xl!4 5 4 Time^.22, .45 4/5, .58 3/5, 1.11 3/5. Clear, track fast. Beshore 21.40 10.20 6.20 CharmlngLark ...8.00 5.00 Doris O'Nell 3.60 Start good from gate, won handily. Mutuel pool-S202,774. BESHORE exploded to the, lead from the outside on the stretch turn and steadily Increased her advantage fi Sir Fin Jockey Odds ·1 3-1 1-2 1-3'* Tierney 9.70 5-1 6-hd 3-^ 3-1 V; Toro 7.80 4-hd 4-VA 2-1 3-2 PIncayJr. 1.60 3-tid 5-V2 4-3 d-2 Fernandez 27.CO 2 11-1 9-4 53 i Travers ' 50.30 -6 9-2 6-hd 6-2 Vasguez 28.30 6-hd 7-"; 8-1 7-5 Mena 17.80 2-l'j 2-1 5-"! B-'/i Belmonle 2.20 .'7 Hid 7-1 9-hd Olivares 24.00 D-3 10-1 10-3 10-3 Teicirs 25.30 3-1'S 12 11-2 11-4 Ramirez 51,40 Mid B-i'! 12 12 Grassick 17.70 through the stretch to win going away. CHARMING LARK followed the winner from the outside when set down in the straightaway but was no equal to the task in the end. DORIS O'NEIL made her best bid in the upper stretch and faltered. Scratched-lrish Fair, Viva Liberty, Pecos Silver, Kimcap. 1149-- FIFTH RACE. 6 furlongs. 4 year olds up. Allowances. Purse 59000. ifidsx Horse Wt. PP St Vi 4 Sir Fin Jockoy Odds (1103)Regal Troubadour 119 3 7 4-1 2-1 I- 1 .'! I- 3 * Pierce .93 7217 Black Edward 113 1 5 3-1 4-2. 2-1 2-4 Teieira 15.70 1046 Bold Start . . . . 119 7 1 1-hd 1-hd 3-1 3-1'T Pineda 2.80 7642 DH-Rebet Promise 116 4 8 7-hd 82 5-1 4 Baeza 36.30 8733 DH-Commune 113 6 4 6-1 7-2 6-3 4 Valdez 30.60 1113 DH.JimRlgby 114 8 1 2-2 3-Vj 4-2 4-3"j Campas 7.60 1051 Carmesi 11 ..113 5 9 9 9 7-V? '7-2 Santiago 11.30 Aouinas 116 2 6 5-1 V4 51 8 2 8-3 . Belmonte 10.50 1044 Gleeful Ruler 114 9 3 8-1 6-hd 9 9 Vasqucz 74.20 DH-- Deadheat tor fourth: Tlme-.21 4/5, .444/5, .56 4/5, .1.09 I/ 5. Regal Troubadour 3.80 3.20 2.60 Black Edward 9.80 4.80 Bold Start 2.80 Start good from gate, won driving. Mutuel pool - 5137,580. Exacta pool --5210,220. REGAL TROUBADOUR, prominent throughout, dueld with BLACK EDWARD In the stretch tor the lead and was alloul to hold that one at bay in the final yards. The latter got the edge between calls when set down in the straightaway but could not hold back the winner when it counted- in a game ctfort. BOLD START alternated setting the early pace with JIM RIGBY and tired late. Scratched-- Affections Obiect, Doc Thomas, My Dsd Irving, Thebius, Exploring, Martizia, Warrior King. $5EXACTA73-Regal Troubadour 1-Black Edward, Paid $165.50 T ~liSP51Xf H RACE.TfiJrTongsTl year old~!nttes7AlT6wa~nces. Purs Index Horse Wt. PP St V 8707 Sweet Old Girl 119 8 1 (1072)OouWe You Lou 115 6 7 8626 Sharm A Sheikh 1U 1 2 8707 She's A Prize 116 8 6 " -.... Witty Ways 116 5 8 8626 Port Au Uit 117 5 J NOTE -- Double You Lou was actual favorite. Time~.21 4/5, .44 2/5, .56 4/5, 1.09 2/ '5. Vol AU Vent 6-40 4.00 UQ Sweet Old Girt 4.00 2.80 Start good from gate, won driving. Mutuel pool-- 3236,096. VOL AU VENT was hustled out to '·': Str Fin Jockey Odds ·1 1-1 1-1 'A- l-nk Pierce 2.20 -3 2-1 1-1 2-3 Santiago 2.80 -hd 4-hd 4-1 3-1 Yanei 2.20 -hd 3-4 3-2 d-1 Olivares 25.80 -10 7-8 5-1 5-3 Shoemaker 5.20 -1 5-2 ' 6-4 6-2 Tierney 21.60 6 B 7-8 Baeza 20.90 ·hd 6-V? 7-hd 8 Gonzalez . 44.50 the early lead, maintained a clear advantage while continually saving ground but was fully extended to hold SWEET OLD GIRL in the final strides. late. DOUBLE YOU LOU ran evenly. No scratches. . - , olds up. Classified allowances. Purse 513,000. To winner $7150, Second S2600, Index Horse . Wt. PP SI v, 1015 Pulka Dol Veil na 1 9 Final Suit ....1!1 4 10 1090 Dlspuesla 11' B 4 1090 Pricelvn 11' ' 31 1015 Crochet "4 5 7 8696 Glow Home 115 3 8 1070 If You Prefer .:. I1B t 1 Bold Honey ...-. 121 12 1 ( 1070) Huntlnston Lady 116 2 6 1043 AlOleo ' 115 9 11 1 . 8381 Smokies Drill 114 11 5 NOTt-Polka Dot Veil was actual favorite. Time-.!l 4/5, .44, 1.08 ?/5, 1.14 4/S. Polka Dol Veil 8.60 5.20 4.40 Start good from gale, won ridden out Mutuel pod-- 5149,891. Exacta pcd-- 5199.250. POLKA DOT VEIL saved ground early while racing in mklpack, conlin- Vi Str Fin Jockey Odds .-I 6-2 1-2 l-l Shoemaker . 3.30 S-2 3-1 3- l/ 2 2-'^ Santiago 3.30 9-2 5-2 4-2 3-2 Toro 45.10 -^ 9-IVz .6-Vi 4-1V; Pierce 11.20 M 2-1 2hd M Tclelra 15.50 7-hd 7-2 6 : hd 61 .': Skinner 74.40 -hd 4-hd 5-hd 7-3 Pincav ' 3.80 B-IVi 11-hd 11-1V: 8-nk Baeia 7.00 2 10-hd 10-hd 1-1 Mena 112.00 3-hd 8-2 9-2 10-1 Campas 5.20 O-l 12 12 11-3 Olivares 150.50 2-1 1-4 l-'i 12 Matanev 23.00 ued nearest the rail while making a strong move to take command when the field hit the dirt part of the main track and was under intermittent urging through the stretch to prevail FINAL SUIT was making a gradual bid at the winner from the outside when set down in the drive but Was not good enough. DISPUESTA saved ground to no avail. Scratched-- Dallas Miss, Liloschool- leacher, Heather Road, Sun Reality. iTEXACTA, l-folka bot Veil 4-Final Suit, Paid $108.50 Purse 515,000- To winner S8JSO, second 53000, Ihird SESO, fourth 5I12S, filth S37S. Index Morse Wt. PP st V. 1089 Troian Bronie 113 2 5 42 1089 On) Of The East...... 114 1 3 3-tn 8374 Sensitive Music 114 6 l 2-1 1097 ElPeno...; xlll 3 4 5 - 2 Time-.24 3/5, .48 4/5, 1.122/5, 1. 4/5,1.43. TorianSrcnie 11.20 5.20 3.20 Start good from gate, won ridden out. Muruelpool-S191,9!2. TROJAN BRONZE dueled wilh BARRYDOWN from the outside on tne turn, disposed of that one when sel Vi » Str Fin Jockey Odos 3-*? 2-2 1-tid 1-3 Shoemaker d.60 4.3 -3-hd 3-1 2-1 Teieira 3.20 1-hd Hid 2-1 3-ii Pierce 1.40 2-hd 4-'T 4-2 4-5 Pineda 2.30 5-1 5-5 5-1 S-3 Howard 40.30 6 6 6 6 Mitchell 31.10 down in the drive and was under intermittent urging through the final sixteenth to prove best. OUT OF THE EAST was prominent throughout while saving ground but could not match strides with the winner when celled upon in midslretch. BARRYDOWN sel the pace for three quarters, then gave way. Scratched-lmperator. iBS=NnrfH"K7Rin-i/16 miles. ' year oms up. Claiming. Purse 57000. Claiming price $8000. i5i»« Hnrt'iT ' Wt PP St '* 'i *' Str Fin Jockey Odds TM Krook ' 117 Z 1-1 1-1 1-3 1-5 I** Oilligan 2.70 OT Kerf " 5 I' 3 6-*i 5-hd 3-1 2-4 2-1 Mena 53.70 nil T?,» Virtorv 114 1 11 II 10-hd 9-1 ·'·! 3-hd Pineda 8.00 MOSMtLoS 6 10 0 9.1 9J Mid 3-'i 4-1 Pincay 1.50 ailsSr ::::::::: s 1 s s s?ij a ss,£8 iiP*"""'^ i '- »·' «' a 38S" 'js Never So Back 5 7 9 7-1 6-1 7-2W 9-hd 9-Vi Bruce 6.90 $S~'x!i? i \ a- a- z 5 ? inr s ss -Tiro^^TSTirJTsrt.lVU? I/S, \ AA \ Neartmok ....\ . '·*» 6-00 S.« Raiwuen... »·« ".20 True Victory -·-.'·* Start good for all bul True Victory, Mutuel pool-- 5145,197. Exacta pool-- M "oS Mutuel handle-SJ,m,U. Al- tcndancc-- 17,193. NEARBRCOK forged out to Ihc early lead, extended his advantage -==---- wixIcWiWrVwtfd thereafter and was never under any serious threat in the final furlong. RAUQUEN was prominent throughout but could no! match strides with the winner in Ihe stretch. TRUE VICTORY was off slowly, lagged the lirst seven (urlongs but finished with a rush from Ihc inside to nip MT. LOGAN. The laller made his best bid in the upper stretch but tired after the clforl. Scralched-King Tallo, Prince Misty. -"Miuwn7paHle».» Randy Shields, 136, North Hollywood, scored his !9th victory without defeat and his 14th knockout when he stopped Cnrios Barajas, i35, (if Mexico, at 2:58 of the fifth round of a scheduled 10- Olviiinio victory r o u n d b a l i l e fliursday night. There were no knockdowns but Barajas 1 right eye svas puffed in llic second and his left cyn puffed in' the'Third and liis 'vision was through slits in the lids. SETl I))) I WsorEcno F ranter . San. Sands 4 Hasty Intent / Somo · Simlot 4 Sign No M. . t] Folly Me w - La Cadenza 4 Curly j. Wnt: Man Golden G. 5 AHK.OUI. Hangin L. Doc Thomas 6 Miss Fran.' Our 1st D. Mai. SI. 7 Brush Dawn Your Pic Ice Cap S Donna B Q. 31 Jewels Chargrtte 9 Mylh. S. Sand Tart Wind Gap MASON (») W'sorEcho Unranote Guaranl ' Glor. Image Wimtwhlrl Hasty Intent Sign No M. Folly Me . Chain S. T.V. Fun ' Curly J. Goiden G. r . Doc Thomas Black A. My Dad 1. . Miss Fran. Flo's Hoping Our 1st D. Brush Dawn Your. Pic Grande C. Donna B Q: 31 Jewels Nev. Lark . Wind Gap FaslCour. Myth. 5. H»«DIN OJ1 ! HOLLY m I ComMwt (JT) WsorEcho Framer San. Sands Suniot - - Blameonbert Hasty, intent Sign No M, Folly Me · Chains. Curly J. T.V. Fun Golden G. Hangin' L Doc Thomas My Dad 1. Miss Fran. Latent Leg. Nicosia Brush Dawn Your Pic Ice Cap 31 Jewels Nev. Lark Donna B G. Myth. S. Wind Gap La Segd'la Guaranl Untangle Eternal 8. Soro David's W. Glor. Image La Cadenza Folly Me Sign No M. fJIVSt. ,V.=n T.V. Fun Curly J. Knight Of H. Altec. Obi. My Dad 1. Miss Fran. Nicosia Mai. St. Your Pic Brush Dawn Dual Dad Chargrtle Shadvcrott Cassle Grey Lotla Line Wind Gap Sand Tart Windsor Echo (12) Guaranl (S! Framer (4) rteity Infer,! (4) Somo (6) Glorious Image 15) Sign No More (13) FOll,, Ma , 0 l ' La Cadenza (S) Curly J. (11) , . T.V. Fun IS) Mvst. Man (t) Doc Thomas (7) Hangin Loose (6V Altec) Obiect (S) Miss Fran. (20) Our 1st Delight (3) Nicosia (3) Brush Dawn (16) Your Pick (10) Ice Cap (2) Donna B Quick (9) 31 Jewels IB) Chargcrctle (SI Myth. Summer (11) Wind Gap (!) Lolta Line 14) NOTE--Number after handicapper's name is number of winners selected. Saturday., Don Guerro 5 Directors favorite Horse-of-the-meeting candidate Don Guerro makes his first start of the new year tonight when he carries a career-high 130 pound into the $10,000 Directors Handicap against nine other outstanding sprinters at Los Alamitos. , The inaugural running of the Directors will kick, off a weekend of racing that will be capped by "Charlie Smith night" S ;8aa. Ci!H. fn., .·«.»,!»» INDEPENDENT (AMj PK5S.TEIEGMM(W-C5' LOS -A.I-.AMITOS ROYBETZ'S- FRIDAY, JAN. 17,1975 FIRST POST 12:30 P.M. 18th day of 77-day meeting ' us?"-- FIRST" RACE -- 6 furlongs. 4-year-olds and up. Purse 57,500. Top" ciuiming price 512,500. _^ lruJein?oTHf Jockey PP~WT (luWWindsor Echo, Pineda 8 1086 Framer, Teieira 1118 Sanlana Sands, Pineda 16 1113 Guarani, Toro 15 1028 Jim tl Jan, Bruce 10 111B Eternal Banner, Harris 4 -- Litigon.Diai :.... 12 1071 Jimmylin, Baeza 5 1074 Untangle, Mena 1113 Island Drifter, Shoemaker Ml King's Pirate, Belmonle.. 8311 American Scout, Jackson. 1116 Daring Round, Olivares 1086 Bornibus, Gonzalez 7023 Gerritv, Grassick '.,.... 3574 Bright Count, Pierce LONGSHOT --JIMMYLIN. Comments Odds 119 Repeat ol last good .enough 2-1 116 Theonetobeat 5-2 117 Finished second last start 7-2 117 Willwinsoon 4-1 117 Would be no surprise .9-2 114 Requires best race 6-1 117 May need a local race 6-1 118 Would be a surprise 8-1 120 Rider best recommendation.... 10-1 120 Far otf best lorm ISO 116 Occasional early speed 15-1 116 Should scratch oul 20-1 117 Good races far between 20-1 .. 117 Neglected lo beat a horse...... 20-1 . 1 xl!2 Needs Ihe light weight 25-1 3 119 Figures among stragglers 25-1 . 14 2 7 13' 6 .... 11 1155 -- SECOND RACE -- 6V? furlongs. 3-year-olds. Purse S5,500. claiming price 512,500. 117 Looks best if starts. Top 1102 Hasty Intent, Pincay 16 1101 Somo, Toro 3 1110 Sunlot, Belmonte :.. 9 1110 Glorious lmage,.Mena 1 1101 Sweep Hand, Rosales 4 1102 Windwhirl, Teieira 15 1038 Christies Lost, Pineda....' 7 1101 Blameitonbert, Campas 2 -- Deeno's Ruken, Olivares 10 1042 Bandera Bonita, Gonzalez..... 11 1047 First 'N Fancy, Santiago 5 119 Lacked clear racing room 119 Rider switch will help 117 Usually closes well 114 Should like the distance 117 Blinkers may help /. 114 Could be placed too low 114 Solid longshot chance 114 Willing bul in tough 119 Needs more distance 112 Even race at big odds 114 Not oft last 1110 David's Wings, Mahorney 12 ... ... -- Bug Purse, Semkin 13 *109 Would be a surprise (8331 ICaerViento, Diaz 6 119 Average works to recommend. 1047 Tudor Rose, Howard .'.. 8 112 Field looks too tough 8252 Old Time Vintage, Pierce 14 117 Rider best recommendation... UONGSHOT- BLAMEITONBERT. 735 .2-1. .3-1 .7-2 .6-1 .6-1 .8-1 10-1 10-1 15-1 15-1 20-1 20-1 20-1 25-1 25-1 1156 -- THIRD RACE -- 6 furlongs. 3-year-old maiden filly calbrcds. Purse $7,500. · -- Sign No More, Pincay 1111 Folly Me, Vasquez 1067 La Cadenza, Pineda 1067 Foolforallseasons, Teieira... 1094 Questing Lady, Toro ...7 . . . 5 ... 1 9 ...3 . . . 2 117 117 117 117 117 in Said lo be ready Will not be lar away Inside post no help ...',, -- Even effort last start Requires best race 3-2 5-2 3-1 4-1 6-1 6-1 -- Summer Evening, Ramirez .... 4 x!12 By Olympiad King 8-1 -- Pecos Silver, Woodhouse 6 117 Needs racing 10-1 1111 Double Dinky, Wilson ....- 8 117 Little to recommend 15-1 . LONGSHOT-- SUMMER EVENING ________________ "11 ST^IFOURTH RACE--7 furlongs. 4-year-olds and up, maidens. Purse $7,500. ~Tl7Repeat of last good enough 7..... 3-2 117 Theonetobeat 5-2 117 - Mav be this good 7-2 117 Sure to improve 9-2 117 Neededlast 6-1 118 Had a rough trip 8-1 117 Outside chance 10-1 117 Trailed all the way 15-1 x!12 Figures among stragglers 20-1 il^T^TtFTTiTACig'^^nurtdHgTr^year-otdsarHiup. Pursc'syTbOoTAnw. " IW^Losl ground racing wltie 7.77..7.^2 113 Last too bad to be true 3-1 119 Should improve 7-2 113 Has early speed 4-1 113 Fair Eastern form ..9-2 114 Requires best race 6-1 113 Must surprise .8-1 113 Hard to figure here 10-1 xlQ9 Average works to recommend.. 10-1 x!08 Probably needs easier 15-1 113 Will probably trail 15-1 114 Not with this field ?0-1 113 Missed similar chances 20-1 1103 Curly J., Diaz 6 1103 Mystical Man, Toro 7 1040 Golden Gunglow, Plncav 1 1040 Happy Strings, Howard 5 1103 Jittery, Baeza' 2 1103 T.V. Fun, Shoemaker 8 1103 Handsome Charger, Teieira .... 4 1040 Punctual, Belmonte . - 3 1021 Leaping Brook, Grassick 9 LONGSHOT --T.V. FUN 1B51 Affection's ObiectroTivares . 1051 Hangin' Loose, Shoemaker i 1078 Doc Thomas, Pineda 5 1051 My Dad Irving, Pierce 8 Knight Of Honor, Santiago 6 6742 Rebel Promise, Baeza 13 8217 Black Edward, Teieira 4 8689 Exploring, Aviles 11 8695 Warrior King, Milchetl 3 1051 Front Latch, Semkin 7 6769 Cosmic Spy M, Vasquez 10 Too Court, Fernandez 12 1046 Martizia, Diaz 1 LONGSHOT- BLACK EDWARD. 1159--SIXTH RACE--7 furlongs. 3-year-old fillies. Purse 511,000. Allw. T698 Miss FrancescaTPIncay 7 1098 Our First Delight, Toro 3 1098 Majestic Street, Pierce 6 (llOS)Latent Legacy, Pincay 2 Flo's Hoping, Aviles 4 (1094)Nicosia, Teieira ·... 5 1041 Dream Winner, Shoemaker 1 LONGSHOT-NICOSIA. 117 Never better than now 6-5 114 Figures right there 5-2 117 May hold the others 7-2120 Tough task as weighted 9-2 117 Fair New York form 6-1 114 Longshot factor 8-1 114 Has picked a tough spot 10-1 mi^r5EVENffrRSeE^nW"Mlles on niriri-year-oldranTupT PUrse 512,000. fiTPincav Don Guuerro closed out 1974 with a flourish, winning two successive races at the end of the year to all but assure himself older stallion honors in the nation for'1974. He polished off the old year with a neck triumph in the $50,000 Champion of C h a m p i o n s , s n a p p i n g C h a r g e r B a r ' s 12-race winning streak in t h a t dash. He then aded a convincing victory over an off track under 128 pounds in the,$10,000 A u l d Lang Syne Stakes on New Year's Eve. That victory, accomplished over 350 yards of heavy track in 18.31 seconds, came over Elan Again. It left the War Chic speedster with four wins in 14 starts for 1974, a yearly bankroll of more than $87,000, and lifetime earnings of $170,000. Don Guerro will spot his rivals from seven to 12 pounds in thfe 400-yard d a s h with Timeto Think- rich and Elan Again next on the list at 123. Others in the field are Plunder Bay, Native Empress, Etta Capri, Wanta Go, Kaweah Bar, Five Chics and Pass Over. Elmore unhurt in auto crash Lakers center Elmore Smith was involved in an auto accident Thursday but was not injured, despite being showered by shards of windshield glass. Smith was leaving a team practice at the Loyola gym when his car was'hit broadside by an auto whose driver failed to see a stop sign. The entire side of Smith's Mercedes-Benz was smashed in. (1069)Brush Dawn, Pincav 7 (1099)Your Pic, Teieira 11 1099 Ice Cap, Shoemaker 6 (1072)Grande Chateau, Pierce 5 1065 Tricotaz, Diaz 2 1072 Cut Back, Howard.. 14 1072 Satch Joe, Toro 8 1072 Dual Dad, Ramirez -3 1069 Dana Strand, Olivares 1069 Big Alder. Vasquez 1099 Madera Moon, Mena 1014 Squire Henry, Santiago 1072 Desert Ruler, Pineda -- Isaspeedser, Baeza LONGSHOT-- DUAL DAD. 1161 - EIGHTH ITACi-6~fur6ngs.4 Purse 112,000. Allw. wrDonna B Quick, Shoemaker .... 8 120" 8739 Thirty One Jewels, Teieira 5 117 1095 Chargerette. Vasquez 1042 Shadycroft Gal, Toro -- In Prosperity, Baeza 8381 Nevada Lark, Plncav 8634 Cassie Grey, Olivares 1095 Irinocent Lady, Diaz LONGSHOT-- NEVADA LARK. 114 . . 4 114 118 114 .. 7 . . 2 . . . . 3 114 118 Sharp winner last start.......... 7-5 Looked good winning last 5-2 Usually a game effort 4-1 Trying repeat win 9-2 Not without a chance 6-1 Likes the distance 6-1 Good turf horse 8-1 Must surprise 10-1 Chases some of these 10-1 Outside factor : 15-1 Will have to improve 15-1 Not off last 20-1 Fair race one back 20-1 Rider best recommendation 20-1 Yearotfls and"upi ffflies and~rnares." Could suTprise them 4-1 The one to beat 5-2 Sure to improve 3-1 Fair race last start 6-1 Probably needs racing 6-1 Blinkers may help 8-1 Mav need a local race 10-1 Appears overmatched 15-1 1162-NTNTtnrATE - 1 MilerTyear-olrls and up, fillies and mares. Purse 512,000. Top claiming price 530,000. (!054)MythicaTSummer, Diaz (1016)Sand Tart, Olivares 1090 Wind Gap, Pincay 1054 June Dear, Toro -- Stormy Session, Santiago 1095 Lotta Line, Pineda 1090 Fast Courier, Shoemaker 1095 La Segudilla, Rosales 1106 Carpintera, Cespedes LONGSHOT -- FAST COURIER "3 114 Weight off winning race 7-1 7 115 Looked good winning last 5-2 9 118 Chance with this rider 7-2 5 11-i Chased some of these 9-2 6 117 Stable runs them fit 6-1 4 118 Needed last, will improve 6-1 8 118 Had a rough trip 3-1 2 114 Trailed all the way 10-1 1 114 Figures among stragglers 15-1 BETrSBEST Mason's Specials AT SANTA ANITA MOST PROBABLE WINNER Miss Francesca In 6th, BEST BET -- Doona B Quick in 8th. BEST MONEY PROSPECT - Doc Thomas instti. WIN PARLAY - Sign No More in 3rd to Brush Dawn in 7th. LONGSHOT SPECIAL -- Blameitonbert in 2nd Lucky Louise AT SANTA ANITA BEST BET-Black Edward in fifth. BEST CHANCE BET--Eternal Banner in first. AT SANTA ANITA BEST BET--Brush Dawn in seventh. BEST CHANCE BET-Somo in sec- PREFERRED PARLAY-TV Gun to Brush Dawn. MARIE'S SUPER SPOT PLAY- Curty J in fourth. CLOCKER'S TIP-Flo's Hoping in sixth. BANKROLL SPECIAL-Shadycrolt Gal in eighth. DAILY DOUBLE WHEEL HORSE- Witxlsors Echo In first. EXACTA KEY HORSE-Wind Gap in ninth. LOS FOGCY AND FAST (AIM rans listed in order of finish) FIRST RACE--100 yards: Wallcnborn, Watson 57.20 53.40 52.80 Slirdemasler Strip, Crgr 4.20 3.20 Passum Step Jr., Strauss 3.20 Time - 20.B8. Also ran: Sugar Ekles, Real Pleasure,.Pacific Dix, Argo Mitoway. Sally Jaync, Chk Star, Fleet Heat. SI EXACT* (HI PAID SJ5.M SECOND RACE-170 yards: TtieEunuch,Banks ... S.M 3.40 300 Kev.Strauss 4.20 3.80 Rock Meeting, Ward 5.60 Time -- 46.M. Also ran: Suited Up, Neal Times. Julibarb, Don Ksar, Miss Donella. THIRD RACE-400 yards: Satana Dal Bar, Brooks .. 19.20 10 00 7.70 OHdITna Bar Calch. Adatr 4.00 580 DH Spanish Wander, Banks . . . 3.20 340 Tirw - ?V1V AIM r*n: 6ea Oatriy Too. DDH-Three Davs. DOH Miss Lori Lvrm, Cindy's Luck. Mac Pepper, Oldie Bul FOURTH RACE-tM y«rjs: *-»vU~* 'M*r* l i f t JDO 3.40 siwm'irr'.'BVr*', 560 4 M Liohtmno Walch. Kcdnr. . 4 0 0 Tlrr* - JO 46. Al» MO Joyous Pr.de- Mr. Marl Bar. On Llmils. islro Dial. Prcctflent: FIFTH fUCE-W yards: Tronic Jd. Ncdms ll» J» JOO Bin Easy, C'eriw '" "S. 1 ruiy A Will. Salem * * tirw - l 45 Al« ran: Ouick Green. Cw Copy. Mill Fant» Chitk. 4 (to*.. Aldor Bar, Rctonnie. Holey Mack SIXTH RACE -310 yards: Cute N Clever, Carooia 11.00 6,60 440 Tyjislcr Breeie, Mvles 8.00 6.40 Miss Reward Bar, Treasure 3 60 Tinv -- 13.16 Also ran Runnin Row. Ovjincv's Kitten, Rebel Kay. Rockin Dol. Spicey Eh. Mighty Venture. Slacked Deck I. IS EXACTA I1HI PAID III! SEVENTH RACE-440 yards: Clwgin Chick. Adair 7.80 3.BO 3.40 Go Go McCoy, Creager 5.40 3.80 Wlinx Skoal, Ward r^'o^S? Time - M:00. Also ran: DH-Rctol Drum, OH-Glecfull, Tila Mia. Does It Easy. Royal Go Go, Caiun Devil, Isle Flv Bye. DH-Deadheat. EIOHTHRAC6-1M yards: Hi Tuna treasure 540 380 360 Oiil' 1 . Runaway, Mytes /3 4013 JO WaswWarrior. Mair .. 560 Tino _ IBO? Also ran: To My Valefl. Gold, Ed Orino. P.wW Arwrm, Jefl Gold. IS EXACtA (1-71 PAID IMI NINTH RACE -IW yards: DuWiNiwr. Richards »rt 3400 IJM Go (air Zero Bar. Banks 1360 820 PaO Cann'. Drtyer 660 Ti.Viv - "t W Aiso inf, DmVV Jvl, RrtX'l Salin. Royal's Reaucst. My Roman lnd,,vi. Jrxi ftrwn. Dandy Prfliecl. Alton PtjW II EXACTA IMC) PAID I7I1.U Muluel handle; S5IS.JI3. A: S.7M. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, H7S FIRST POST 7:45 P.M. FIRST RACE - 35(1 yards. 3-year- olds and UP. Purse $1,700. Claiming price 51/00. Hwsi Jockey . PPWIOdds Draw Play, Hart ...5 122 6-5' Calif. Smog, Ward 8 in 5-2 Mr. Prolect, Nlcodemus-... 6 127 4-1 .Bed Of Dreams, Rich. 9 117 9-2 Tom's Bar, Clerisse. 3 119 6-1 Renegade Rocket, Salem... 2 119 6-1 Tonto's Turbo Jet, Page ...7 119 W Do David, Slrauss 1 119 10-1 Impressionist, Creager 10 119 10-1 Pol's Rocket Scratched Sleepy Charge Scratched TriplcCTrulv Scratched Little Stan- .'...... Scratched DRAW PLAY: Only need run his race. CALIFORNIA SMOG: Figures Ihe one to beat. MISTER PROJECT: Requires best race. LONOSHOT - TONTO'S TURBO JET. SECOND RACE-4M yards. 3-year- olds and up. Purse $3,000. Claiming price M.OOO. , . Sky Of Diamond, Adalr .... 2 122 5-2 Nifty Note, Lipham 9 119 3-1 RecorrJ-Maker, Nicodemus. 3 119 7-2 Run Blobby Run, Banks....5 119 4-1 Ole Colonel, Mylos 8 119 9-2 Nile Flight, Matsuda 4 119 6-1 Aloha Bar, Richards 6 119 0-1 Rocket's Bar Reed, K... . 7 119 10-1 Nevada Flyer, Treasure ..,1 119 10-1 SKY OF DIAMOND: Looked good winning last. NIFTY NOTE: Would be . no surprise: RECORD MAKER: May hold the others. LONGSHOT--ALOHA BAR. THIRD RACE -"350 yards. 3-year : olds. Purse 53,000. Allw. Eltabo'sGold, Dreyer 4 117 2-1 Kindofcute, Adalr 6 117 3-1 Mr. Bo, Treasure 12 122 7-2 Desert Treasure, Cardoza. 13 119 4-1 Copy Right, Clerisse 5 122 6-1 Dupe's Tradition, Myles ...7 117 4-1 Jet's Tiny Flash, Knight · · · ' H' W Tiny Chareette, Brooks ...11 117 10-1 Roygo.Banks 14 119 15-1 Dixiana Miss Scratched Mr.Thought Scratched Abdicated Scratched Paul's Carlert Scratched Chris Taylor Scratched ETTABO'S GOLD: May come right back. KINDOCUTE: .Figures lor a part. MR. BO: Figures right there off last. LON65HOT-JET'S TINY FLASH. FOURTH RACE ^nSFyirdsTt year-olds and up. Purse 54,000. Claiming price 57,500. Nercino, Hawkenson 9 122 M L1I Go Fleel, Lipham 1 122 5-2 Black Coll, Nicodemus 5 114 4-1 Holsty Van Bar, C'doza .... 3 122 9-2 Noor Moon, Walker 2 119 4-1 Royal Pass, Treasure 7 119 6-1 Black Brolher, Hart 4 119 8-1 Swiftmear, Page 6 119-10-1 AGoln'Man Scratched Dynago Gee Scratched NERCINO: Spot to surprise. LITTLE GO FLEET: The probable favorite. BLACK COLT: Coming up to best. LONGSHOT- BUCK BROTHER. FIFTH RACE -- 350 yards. 3-year- olds and up. Purse 56,000. Allw. ' Al's Alibi, Myles 4 122 55 Osage Copy, Lipham 2 122 7-2 Spotted Bar Bull, Nic 7 122 4-1 Special Nollce, C'doza I 119 9-2 Chic Pal Go, Knighl 3 117 6-1 Rack On Man, Brooks 5 119 8-1 Amber Due, Watson 6 117 10-1 AL'S ALIBI: Should come right back. OSAGE COPY: Looked good winning last. SPOTTED BAR BOLL: Best race take a part. LONGSHOT- RACK ON MAN. ""SIXTH RACE - 54.9 yards. 3-yoar- olds and up. Purse 52,000. claiming price 52,000. . Mr.Adequate,Cardoza ...11 122 5-2 Vandy Vegas, Creager ....14 122 3-1 Miss L"il Man, Adair 4 117 7-2 Sir Dccka, Hawkenson 3 119 9-2 Super Dupe, Matsuda 9 119 4-1 Baroness Inca Bars, W 6 117 4-1 Candy Dana, Hart 5 119 9-1 Shady Everett, Treasure... 7 119 10-1 Ll'IWally, Walker 2 119 10-1 Go Scataway, Drever 10 119 15-1 Third Image Scratched Go Nole Go Scratched Depth Czech Scratched Garvin County Scratched MR. ADEQUATE: Seems as good as any. VANDY VEGAS: Could be this good. MISS LITTLE MAN: Hard to separate top three choices. LONGSHOT - DANDY DANA. BETZ'S BEST AT LOS ALAMITOS MOST PROBABLE WINNER Draw Play in 1st. BEST BET-Nercino in 4th. BEST MONEY PROSPECT - Mfcs Little Man in 6th. WIN PARLAY - Al's Alibi in 5th to Don Guerro in Tlh. LONGSHOT SPECIAL - Jet's Tiny Hasn in 3rd. SEVENTH RACE - 4W Itrti. 3- year-olih and up. Purse $1,«C. . IB M Kaweah Bar, Hart ......... B 118 4-1 Native Empress, Banks .... 4 120 9-2 EHa Capri, Richards ....... 6 118 4-1 a-Parrfame, Lipham ...... 11 1 W · 4-1 Pass Over, Nicodemus .... 10 122 8-1 a-Five Chin, Ward ........ 9 na 6-1 Wanta Go, Cardoza ........ 7 118 10-1 Plunder Bay, Treasure ..... 3 120 10-1 Elan Again ................. Scratched DON GUERRO: Never belter than now. TIMETO THINKRICH: Never a dull effort. KAWEAH BAR: Some races good enough. LONGSHOT -PASS OVER. EIGHTH RACE -- 400 yards. 3-year- olds and up. Purse 52,100. Claiming pricq 52,500. _ Mr. Joe Weaver, Ward.... 10 122 5-2 Courageous Kip, Nic ....... 3 122 3-1 City Liles, Lipham ......... 8 119 4-1 . Leota's Dial, Myles ........ 2 122 9-2 BidWho.Banks .......... .1.119 4-1 El Toro Parker, C'doza ....4 119 6-1 Fay's J Boy Two, Knight ... 7 119 8-1 Bannon Deck, Dreyer ...... 9 119 !C! Syndicalor, Walker .. ..... 12 119 15-1 Deep Tonto, Adair ........ 14 119 15-1 NiteTrain .................. Scratched RomeoStrip ................ Scratched Cosmic ........... ...'. ...... Scratched Smooth It Over ............. Scratched MR. JOE WEAVER: Comes otf fine winning effort. COURAGEOUS KIP: Always lough to beat. CITY LITES: Look for an improved effort. LONGSHOT- FAY'S J BOY TWO. NINTH RACE - 400~yarils. 3-year- olds. Purse 52,300. claiming price 55,008. _ Notsoshady, Nicodemus . . . . 1 122 5-2 Hustlin Bug, Lipham ...... 10 119 3-1 .All Profit, Adair ........... 8 119 7-2 Just A Gigolo, Ward ....... 5 122 9-2 Sheikess Bar Go, Knight ... 9 117 6-1 Howe's Sonny Boy, M'ris... 7 119 4-1 Blairlon, Hart ............. 6 119 8-1 Do Rick Do, Clerisse ....... 4 119 10-1 Three Dog Night, Salem ...3 119 IW Bud's Lodi, Banks ......... 2 119 15-1 Fickle N' Bright ............ Scratched Sherm ...................... Scratched Hot Shot Cute Bar ....... ... Scratched Chickamoor ................. Scratched NOTSOSHADY: May hold a slight edge. HUSTLIN BUG: Figures only a lump away. ALL PROFIT: May take a part. LONGSHOT -- BLAIRTON. Tennis results PALMAS DEL MAR CLASSIC Al llumacao, P.R. Quarterfinals--Biorn Borg. Sweden, del. Cliff Drysdalc. S. Africa, 3-6,6-1,60; Rod Laver, Australia, del. Alex Me- trevoli, Russia, (M, 7-6j Jeff Borowiak, Berkely, def. Dick Sioditon, Port Washington, N.Y., (M, 6-4. DAMS CUP PLAY Al New Delhi New Zealand 2, India 1--Brian Fairlie def. Anand Armitraj, (M, M, 7-9, f (i, 7-5; Onny Parun def. vrjay Armitraj, 4-C. 6-2. 10-12. 6-3, M; Armiu;aj-Arrm- traj del. Fairlic-Parun, 13-11. 6-1. 4-6, 6- BALTIMORE INTERNATIONAL At Towson, Md. Second-round--Bob Lutz, Chicago, def. Harold Solomon, Silver Springs, Mri., li-2 6-3; Brian Gottfried, Ft. Lauderdale. Fla., def. Barry Phillips-Moore, Australia, (M, 6-1; Allan Stone. Australia, del. Frew Mckillan. S. Africa, 6-3, G-l; Ray Ruffcls. Britain, del. Km Warwick. S. Africa, 6-3,6-2. VIRGINIA SLIMS TOUR At Sarasota, Fla. Quarterfinals--Chris E v e r t , Ft. Lauderdale, d e f . Racquel Giscafre. Colombia, 0-2. 6-1; VirRinia Wade, Britain, def. Nancy Gunlcr, Dallas, 6-3,7-6. Shoe poster two wins : at S 9 Anita;;; Jockey Bill Shoemaker and trainer Charlie Whittingham teamed for-"a, pair of victories Thursday at Santa Atuta, including Trojan Bronze in the fea= tured $15,000 Seaneen ~Purse. '·';'·· A four-year-old son'.of Australian stakes strar. Tobin Bronze, Troja'n Bronze made his third Western appearance',;^" winning one with a three;; length decision over Out of the East in the mile and one-sixteenth headliner. ·; .. Shoe and Whittinghaih also scored in the support-, ing feature of the afternoon with four-year-old Polka Dot Veil In the seventh race. · Sent off by the 17,Ijfe; f a n s as the 9-2 fourth choice in the field of six, Trojan Bronze returned $11.20, $5.20 and $3.20 and earned $7,150. The victory was Whittingham's ninth, of the current meet and placed him in a tie with Bobby Frankel for th.e local lead. - . Bobby Woodhouse w;as~ also a riding hero Thursday with a longshot double that began with Tesli-," fying in the first race. The filly paid $183.40 as the largest price so far this season and triggered the; meet's richest daily double-?!,236.40--after Fast! 'n Able won the second race. Woodhouse came back with Identical Man in the third race to pay $22.60, then called it a day with five winners at the meet. USC swimmers vie USC's swim team, rank- '· ed first in the nation, : hosts Western Canada to- ; night at 7 and the Univer- · sity of Pacific Saturday afternoon at 2 in dual meet competition. I SPORTS NIGHT BANQUET Tickets for Long Beach's 19th Sports Night banquet, Monday, Jan. 27, can be ordered by mail. Mail orders, accompanied by check, should be addressed to Ed Cruchley, 541 W. Willow St., Long Beach 90806. Tickets are priced at $15 each. Fill out this order blank and mail it with your remittance. Make checks payable to "L.B. Century Club." 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