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p-4-INDE^ENDENT (AM) PRESS.TEIESRAM u« Lt/CK FINALLY CHANGES FANFARE Lee Roy Daytona Winner START AT DAYTONA Part of the record crowd of 101,821 watch start of the rich Daytona 500 Sunday in Florida. Fifty cars started race Lee Roy Yarbrough won. New York Times Service DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- l.oe Roy Yarbrough of Columbia. S.C., the hard- luck race driver of 196S, Sunday won the Daylona 300 for late-model stock cars in much the Mime way he lost il a year ago -- by less than one second. Yarbrough, driving a l-'ord Talladdga, cauaht and passed Charlie Glot?.- bach's Dodge Charger on the final lap, about three fourths of a mile from the end. They crossed thr fm ish line less than a car length apart. It was Yarbrough's r-er ond victory in two days. Saturday he won a 300- mile race for older model stock cars. His winnings were $:!8,950 Sunday and $9.225 Saturday. Behind Yarhroiigh and Glotzhach were, t h i r d , Donnie Allison of Hueytown, Ala., Ford; fourth, A. .1. Foyt of Houston, Ford, and f i f t h , Buddy Raker of Charlotte, N.C., Dodge. Yarbrough pel a record average, speed of I.VAD.'if) milnr, an hour for the race. A n-nwrl of i n 1.87.1 -the largest ever to a t t e n d a sporting event in the South - crammed i n t o the ?..S-mile Daylona Speedway grounds, lie finished second in the 500 Trevino Doesn't Let Up, Fires 66 on Last Round TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI) -- 460-yard, par four lOlh but Updegraff was dif- Lee T r e v i n o , playing hole when he missed a qualified when he failed lo "some of Ihe best, golf of four-foot pull. sign his card. my life." ran away with Miller Barber, who led By himself in fiflh place the $100,000 Tucson Open afler the firsl round, won was Phil Rodgcrs. Second Sunday by firing a six-un- second place money wilh round leader Johnny Poll, der par 66 on the last a 10-under 27S. Barber Jimmy Wright and Dale round to give him a tolal came to life, on Ihe f i f l h Douglass all were six-un- of 17-under par 271 which hole of ihe final round der at 282. tied the tournament re- and got five consecutive Trcvino sank pulls of C o r d, birdies before getting a 30 feel, and 7.0 fret during The U.S. Open champl- bogey on the 10th hole. his round for two of his on from El Paso, Tex., Bert Yancey was third birdies and he had several took a five-stroke lead wilh a 279 after a three- 12 to 15-feet putts for into the final round and under 69 Sunday on the other birdies. began to increase it al- 7,300-yard Tucson course. Trevino, who walked off most immediately, making Phoenix Open winner wilh the $120,000 first five birdies on the front Gene Littler, Don Sirs and prize, said IIP. saw the nine. His only bogey of Tucson amateur Dr. I'd handwriting on lhc wall the round came on Ihe Updegraff came in at 2SO on the sixth hole. He said WET REGATTTA FINISH-- (Continued from Page C-l) A when Jack Bailie's ney Flam in Flambuoyant Newsboy got off iis (l.BYC) and Mort Haskell classes. W. Wilson's Ras- course . in Vivant (ABYC) battled cal (Santa Barbara YC), TWO Cal-40 Long Beach all the way to the finish took top honors in Class and old-time rivals, Bar- with Flam winning. * * * * * * ' * * * o^RMSfSiV^ww--. i SF-^ i a ii s,ft^saass. ll c, S£! 3 !D^r^r,%$« w 5'llson S B Y r : Orient, n. Davis, Raslello. LBYC; Retrea , R. A. Smtth tipll, BYC; t'e betv/een No Name, Ron- NHYC- Coaullle. A E»" DSYC, PMYC: PufSr. R. L. Palmrr. CBYC. ert Maw. 5DYC - No Name, Jcrrv Ocean Racing B-- (1? fntrieO; CM- Sflntana 27 -- (fi entries): Alotlfi II. G. Thomnson, ABYC. ,n..r" F LiBDlwrdt, SDYC; Preludr.' J. RMd. SSSC: Anila. J. B«rv. SFYC: tl« National-! 1 ! enlrisO; Union Twl-.l, Ktr'rnan BYC- Onpstar. V r End. Mtwesn Clu« ChlD, W. A. Cornell. Bill Cr«ni. ABYC.; lir Between Brloalll. ·,DYC SBVC ., ,, ,, ,, , ,,, . r l CIV(iB EL'"""""- ABYC-Ru.il.r. Alvsn OCsan Raclno C-dl .nlripsl. An- Corona*) U -· !1 enllrfM: Mlshf. Gal- Reid. ABYC rtanlr N 1 Fr-iipr, SHYC: Sanderlinp, IOWAV. ABYC. No N*nis, G-iil Ann. rivino Junior (14 pntrIM); tlr b*- k-Vrk Prml. B Y C - jVnn III, F) Karin, R.M. H4v«. WYC. Iwoen Psvr.lie III. Rooert McNeil. CYC , F' 1 '' 7n.'^ CI '!iV"Vl ? T r rr.i,£ LAYC; Flnesn. Mirv Oriilim. LAYC, In Ocean Ranno D-- IS nitric); Oriln. S. J?w C R c C . Ma Jrlifl, T. Coltna, inrnnia, Jim Bartvr, LAYC. Par"? CYC. "i! Selwern Vixen. M. CO'. CB , Y , crf . . , ,- ... ,,.. n ,. OK Dinghv-12.1 onlrip.1; Fwdvh'trlv. I AYC.VdeMnle J Marlin LAYC Sl«di«lnr - li. rntiftl: Rrl»i, D.J« rh , Boomc . si i-ranr.k YC: l'.ir,r. I, -V «-(! i pnlrieTM!; C-nlin,. Cr-rv. |«S. RCY; S M r tsn , 5 . C. H,,mnhr,v. Ert ^ mt ^, A B Y C : Nn Na ,,«. Sltu , HHYf; tic Between Xanalvn II. E. fi " TV i:, rt nn »ni,,rl- Iak-.a C H rise!". ' Y C Srhjnk. PMYC-L. Pren.a. Al LoekaMV, ^ m *£ SD YC; W BrSir,. TN. O.rl"; Uij !«*.- l 1 ^" 1 .""'-,, 1 ,;"^,^" CaMS - i entries); Jlibillalion. Hirrv U '^, : ^T-'ir'''^^'' X"ll^., 1 ABYC;' Vlv»Vc,ih Mar.h*ll. ABYC.. LAYc' l JJ«"l'll. S H!' C HVmMlbn. C NHYC: ^?'' HHYC; Mnl ^ «- willil " d ' HIINTINBTON HARBOUR Columbia .14-11 entries); Pour Winds. 5 B Rhod« 1 - 111 enlrltM; SHI ohaker, ""e-l" 1 , "hi«): DuKe, .1 p^'=". .1. Baldwin, SBYC, tie Between SmamD, v» Bauer. SFVSC; Oulrinea fil Me- NHYC; Sevcn-E svan. c Willnnn. r. Eaton, SBYOB.-La Merlpon, B. DoiiglTM SFYC: Great Pumokln, r. H. BCYC: Leakln-Llncoin, s. Balnt^on, Jackson. CYC. Gietle, SFVSC. NHYC. Csl-3i -- 14 entries): SunrJOivner, C. Lido 14 B -- (19 ·ntrl»»l: loVa Pele, Wlnrfward Sanol-- IIS entrlnl; Snulf- Sunbero. CYC; Solilalre, B Ynuno, pts Gsntz, ABYC: Estrelllta, Don rel C«OB. 1. Lrweck, CYC: owai r.inip. LAYC: Dona J.. J. RoBerts, CYC Brackenburv, ABYCl \1Mtt V/«sh, kin, R. Hood. KHYC; SuDBf Chicken. M. Cal-J-ja-tZolanlc II, Mlki Hlrcti, r r ,nk V/hlte, ABYC. Rettlo. KHYC. ("YC; Scoroio, Jack Bellman, LBYC; sabol A -- (25 entries); Birch Bark, Cabrilln fieach Yacht Club VVind-wllt. Carl! urnbero, CYC. Jack Klein. ABYC: SnMOV, Kurt Wiese, ceatv l«-cr I entries): Ni.Mell. C-. PCS-Man oWar. Tonv AAartlnlau, BY C: CutJ/ Sark. Cart Olson, CYC. Gordon! Santa Barbara YC: Marauder. BYC; Blue Chic. Phil Chase, CYC; Will- Sabot B -- (41 entries); No Ham*. ^ ° N n tBYC; tic between Ravaoer. .1. ^StWSS-acTM. "« ·"«; KSrc^fs^r^Sa^'^K S'^f"^ 3 '^ Y ° C °"'"TM' ^,. F 'V?Z TSrthStt A SS. IOT - C6 entrteO, Th. Roarh, R f"I YC '" ^^.^"J Bro^, VVriShf. LAYC. Rich Horn ABYC, Black II. BetSV ^vc; ShrnaniUn. R. 5" Wet, SSSC Rhodcs-'lO entries): Mistress. M. BUcfc. ABYC. Mereurv-(S entries); Rarlisnt. J. Her- ilS i BYC: F in d , n o l uf 5C e, Y J C; ^?:'. !1 BY C." e ' V Se.l Beach Y.cM C,,,,, ft^^-H TM; ^Yc""""' C8YU L^cf ^SKf. w S.V. ,8,'S A£Y?; ^s^^^^^f^,^ W^^{^T^XW: Primers. Robert Mcwer. LAYC. LSF ; Manu Tai. Stan Llrlwrman. ipvr Tol,iri A Frost Ir SDYC. K.C-Vcla. Jack Bibb, BYC; Maimr. DRYC . i_ CDrec haun, Whltncir A .Collins, s o/s _ ( ? 6 .·nl.n-i). Suner Loo, J Hnl. N ^ S , c - hm .""- CYL; n K , r,, i ^ n v r . LBYC; Pasado. Manann II. Willum E, c n Y C : Vvniammcr, S. 'Vlcki.ind. K-3S-l«uana. Robcrl Oryl SBYr . ,,:,,. LB VC; Shalimar. Rirharrt Mcnirn ,v,YC: Tom I'll' Chc.w, J. K. Lewi-,, So- Oindcda, Da« Einstfin. DRYC, Dvarl. ,,,,, CYC . _,, 1|p _ ,, K ,,,,,,,,,,,,,_ S anla BarBsrs "al il uil!u..H Ronald Wr»llarr PH R F A-- (23 ent' ITS) : U'l .niscv. Mi't YC. . 1 B v r - KHI. F Fr«l Pa-ntio r-BYC Handn-.an, C Y f : Goslini. SUB EHion. Cornnjdn 1S--I23 frnlnc-.l; Mlraor. B. ^r-° H"^' Hl, f , « ^^^^na^r^^iLiYh K^^I^IX^ fw~f ' /uckcr , CBiTMk ' f J wrlrlr,..- Minna. Gmrgr B»entelv. LSF. wrflcn V.'el. J. Tmskcv. WYC NHYC ' ' PHRF B-!0 cnlriKl; Marorn. D 1 . , V '\'"V l-Wr- HvJ-, R^ivilkr ' H^^'Wc^zJonvr* ^'Snr?: A'pSrg^'wCYC^B'aV B?e" 7 7^0TM O^r"^ 0 ,'^ 1^.' ,/So'n. ^"""' H'OnnadkJj LYL^ «»nv ,. e. J v '· " ABYC: Srfl Esther. F. A. Moon. SB5A-IJ entries); Salse Pucrler.. VI. HHYf l u n o r n o r o . w ^ « O p^ d ° E d d Chwk E dd/. FlYf . Hitman, SBYC; He hrtwrrn No mine. Chal'len0fr-I9rnt.ir..l; Harp «t i PHRF C-IS entries); Nn Name IV. Lcneman, SMVC-Fansea, J. E,ken«i. £ TB'"R C: ; hB fue«lU"o'' SrrrSrL 5^7. 'cBY^^a.ini^FjoBrrt^i'," "r^ciFic c a . r ar»n-.IO mpric,,: Cor,, 1BYC C-EsI L a v TM 1 Moor,, A B Y C : .S-.SC; Connecticut Yankee. Vfllllam F;I- Cat. Bon Balm, f BYC: Panlirus. Panl iieet 2 Antxl. S rool-, KHYC; Esr.aoe; tenbrro, DRYC; Tehani, Bruce Atiom- Allrn. BC.YC; Lnn, F. Ihornnuron, Paou. Davev "^ ""JjpwK 30- (9 «,trlrsl: Sr» U,,r.r II, "rVrnnadn .»,ntrl«l: Sr,kltr,«n B. LITTLE SHIP 5 FLEET " H .' , .,..,,,. r , fl n v cyi- Wr , ve Mtnvarl, C RYC ; tig hr^rcn O^V Tfln- ^^·fe^iriH 4/^^ : ::r°: ^-^s^^^s^ ilfirtr, Allpn Hinlifs HHYf Columbia 7t -- (° entries); V.FStward, KFIYL. r?r X Hii?tl"' Art r.lasler A B Y r - W Martin. WCYC: Skinnv DlBner. D"n Br.-k. Paul "i«'r.M - . ABYC; Ma, - V - r V . Wilson. SCCYC: Instead Zolll. Bv:d. C S Merrill. A B Y C S c!iri«nH ?/. (Fl .MrirO- 1h. rn, OSY Sailors - (14 entires). Di/iv*', ERICKSON 7f · IP enirirsi. i u» t-n,, . . ,., Howard Let. Frfsno YC; Muehn Gusto. .1 rBsro ir., KHYC; AnHarno, Dirk El- KlIKSIIlll ,TIMT(T Ir.'JIll //.irnsPl Dun'mire. SFVSC: Windnn-.e. lintt, KHYC; Baoov 1. Robert Badoir/, .. . . u , , . Lewis Waooone 1 " Fresno Yf SBYRC Santana 2? - llri entries): Vfldenip. ' Multi-hull Arbitrary-- (U enlriel. NT ,., ,-,.. ., .^ Pill HemU. LBYC. BngarJoon Arth',, Name. B Ulael. MYC. Swilrh Blaflp. N O|1S (, IUPPrp, .-'4 Kno«. HHYC. Suiann. Lcn Sheridan, Harvev. CBYC, BiiCklgsh. I. 2ai"e'. ' ' " 1 1 SWYC CBYC Y Fivers - (5 mines], 1 Ivmn Wvr. P.)S-« rnlrlts): lie between Sero»1 SAN RvANCISCO I/Pi H^rrv MrKinnev Jr S B Y C . OTJ.I, Onn. , ,,,-, | Fro-.l. CBYC Calstei. E. TibJi. °"' 1 I\MIM,IO^W n H^rrv McKmnev Vri. T Y C , C mrieB. C 3 V C " ' nvn.tmO Kip\' fil'St Richard iw«schka. Pv/SA Temocsl-"? 'ntnesl. Siikmhl. If l.lj 11,1111(1 ISU.V. III.M vcnlure Jl - l' cnlr.r...!. tin Mjmr. Ha-man, SCCYC; Sunset E/nre-,-. E Russian .sriCTCI ICIIIll In Edward Walsh, Sf-BK K'nBlirt- SCYC Fair Elaine T Matlns- ^ coiumwa p ?J t - '^jp 1 "^*' "TM,- en. SFYC pl:iy in llic L'niiccl Stale.';. -·% Loma'n s 'sLB l v F c vc ' '""'"' '"""" Aianninv BSV dcfciilcd I IIP California ^br«°"«nil'Er,ckson v ]? Y - is entri«i. ^'^^"NHY'C' Koko v iw" SMI' Clippers 3-2 Sunday m 111" "MORF'- ^enmc-i. or, w , iU', r^' CY 4£' 'SfcTTn? ^tris^Pr- first of a serins of panirs f;Yf Arn ffirt BC o;si R ^*"r, Rr :rB;ffi' 1 ^ ^ A tr, 'f\C%V hffrn n!t" IlClWCril l.llC 1 WO (CalllS. ^ B Y C Hslor St^n Tcrl, ABYr-Vor, :,. H. iii r,li- 1 SS'r G an B rr«f : VlJe C t".' «,,,,,- '" m'le'Sonal ,4-77 .nines,; Whit, O.VIiamo, Sovirl SOCCrr V S*c^«VU 8y ?,!!;;,;' »,^ BWB» h TMy v cVr. \W .hnmps for HIP last lhrre s vrr:mtr,i;, ;,";/,::;: «'.""«'·»"· ^ »«·· « c is "- yr.,,, P o. .h^ ^i, in SVYC.^ FIMWW, C^ Man.iino. f B Y f , ^Fmn -TM i( .' nl ,,,' ^^"[^'ry"'^.!'', f l' P f" S l - l la 'f by AllOtoliy r 'pnrfflavnr riJ - 0tl fit entnf«|; MO",W i ^wvr': 'p'elunla". Lou Lou Na'lv. C.'iC pu/,4fh Ani.r.s. B Y C ; Dc-jce, J. M. O.ven. (Be-ielevl. * u '- dL "' he used a five iron lo approach the par five hole and overshot il, but in- siond of rolling off the green Ins Kill hit Yancey's ball and rolled lo wilhin four fepl of Ihe pin. He sank the next shot for a birdie. Trevino said the only conservative hole he played in Ihe final round was the ISth when he rp- aliwd he had an eight stroke lead. "You can't play conservative polf in the last round just because you have a good lead. There are ton many good golfers around who will come up and beat vou more* 1 lines than no!," he said. A l t h o u g h Trevinu claimed he wasn't playing conservalive golf, on the back nine be came home in an even par 3S. Trevino said Barber told him on the 18th that in the last three weeks he shot 29 under par and failed to win a tournament. On the front nine, playing wilh Trcvino, Barber shot a four under ,T2 and lost a stroke to Trevino who had a .11. Sunday's final round xvas played unrlr-r sunny skies wilh lighl breeds blowing in contrast lo Ihe heavy winds, rain and snow which marred Ihe last half of the third round but failed to bother Trcvino who says he likes to play in bad weather. lee Irevinn. STO.rW) r\J .7rn;. M- 2I M.lltr Burner, SII.JOO ..._ f i-72-73 63-27S Bert" Yancev, 57,100 7(1.70,70.49-2" Don Bics! MrlOO 7Z-47-7MO-2SJ Gene Lllller, M^OO ~- 7J.70-fo.6H-- 2fin aFrl undeorafl -- ,,!,, ,\ti lot Phil Rortgers, S3.60n . . . . (W-7I-/J-67- 281 Jimmy Wrioht. 52.837 69 W.73-71-2.2 Johnny Pntl, S2.837 7n.45-75.72-2;7 Ron Cerrucio. S2.B3' ... - M-n-n-tb-M Dale Draiolass. 52.537 . .. «7 69-7S.tJ-252 Frank Beard, S2.2CO . . . 72.71-72-68-233 Jerry McGce. 52.200 7I-71.72-72 - 2M Bnirr Cramnlon, Il.SSd . »9 7J JO-71-2S4 MaWn RudolBB. ,,S50 . 7I.6B.7S.70-K4 Al Geibcroer, SI.. ISO . 70 72.;i-72-23j F!od Fims-lh, S1.J50 . .. 66- 70-75-72-785 Orville Moody. il.'W 72.73.75.71-2SS Bnnbv BrOe SI ,J» . 77.6S-7J-71 - -265 Pete Brown, 31 JSI) .. 7.1 A9-6J 75-235 Jim Wierher. SI,ISO - 7J.71-72.M-231 lerry Dill. 1.(1I3 m»-;.l.;cl-23» T r n . . ^| nn ft9-'7 7J 71-- 2B( Rir'h Marlmr.-'. s'l.nil . 71-S9-74 70-- 2W BOB nickOTl S/8S « 4J-7.1.7I-23/ BOB Cox, HH» ,, 7.1 71 71 72-28; Gner Jnnes. S7n3 . AV-/.I-/.I-// -- .'n/ Frank Bovnlnn S7n^ /O 71 71 75 237 Kermil 7arlry,'s7;a . .. 7!.70-7.A9-- 217 Charle'. Ciodv. S61S 7.W7-7A7J-- 28« Steve Reid W15 .. /1-74-7.1-69-- 223 Rich'Crawlnrd, SMS 75.70-72-71-- 2HK Charles Volpone. S6I5 o9.77.7J.SB-- 259 Daur Stockton, WIS . . .. 707.1.74.71--288 Larrv 7iecler. S6I5 . 74-70 77-72-- 233 DVck LotJ°S485 - 72.71-74.72-289 Monte Ka(er. W35 .. . .... 74-70.7A-49-- 289 Jim Mooncv, S43J 7.17.175-48--289 B McCalllster, 5435 . .. .. 73-73-78.47-239 John Jacogs, i.135 .- 71-AB-74-7ft -- 239 Georae k-nnrisin. S4P1 . 73 70-74.72-- 239 .Jerrv Heard, S237 73 73.75.iW-- 2:0 Wavni. Vnllmrr. J287 . . M.J1-7I.74-- 270 Chuck Co'.irlnev. S237 71- 72-77-7.S-- 270 Paul Harncv. S267 .. n.o3-7fl.7.3-- 2W Bill Ondcn, 5237 . !0-72.77.7)-29n Harold Hennmrj. S237 ;3.73-'3.71-290 Jackie Cunil. S2S7 . . . 73 .70-77.70-250 HOWIC Johnson, S2S7 . 72.73.71. 74-2W Hale Irw.n, S287 72.71-74.J3-290 Pandv Wolll, Slo' 71.73 7A-71-- 291 Osrrcll Hlckok. Slft7 75-70.75.77.-- 29? Dick Turner. SI67 75-71. 74. 77-297 Fverrll Vinjanl, S1A7 73-70-7.1-76-.29? .fim Grant. S147 70.71.79.7.1-293 l r d Moohlmp. SH7 71-7.t.77.7n-- 791 Dutch Harrurn, SI47 7 1 7I-7.S-73-27.1 Randy Glover, si«7 M 72 77-7J-29.1 Ken SIMI, Sl«7 73.77-7174-29.1 Dockv Thompson, 1147 73-73 7.1.74-- 773 Bill Jniinslfin. 1147 7.1-73 7A 71-- 271 IOP! Goldlrand, st*7 7.1.77.77.M-J9.1 FJIrk Banrlt, 51*7 72 77.74.7.1-25.1 Al Ba'dinn. S1A7 77-74-79 A9-- 774 Wayiv Yatfl. Slft7 . 71 74 77 73 -in Martin Rncvnk, SI47 . 74 72-74.75-- 29.S Boh Stone, 1147 71 73 77 7.1-75* Rick Rhodes. SIS7 . 77 72.77-7A-297 Bnh Shaw, M4/ . 74 11 74 7.5-- 29/ Jim .lamiesnn, SW _ ;l.74 77.75-297 Bnh Boldl. J147 70 7S 7S 77--797 Hon ( errv. 1147 71 7? 73 74.-29H La'rv Manrnur, SIW li-Jl-il-ll-- 300 a-am,ileur. and second in the "Firr- cracker 400" here last year. Yarbrouph vv;is run among the favorites. He started from 19th position in a fielci of SO cars. Bui bis t a r never falteird and a tire change 20 laps from Ihe rnd made for exrcllonl handling for the closing dash. The most dramatic part of the race was thp final 5ft miles. Yarbrough was leading at t h e 450-mile m a r k , w i t h GlnUbach only a r n u p l p of feet behind. They ran in tandem, c o n s t a n t l y threading through t h e t r a f f i c of slower cars. Glotzhach was exceptionally adroit in his drafting -- riding in Yarbrough's air stream -- 49ERS- (Continued from Page C-l) at least cxisls. Fortunately, IliF. 'IDoi's are currently playing I h e i r best, basketball of the yea r. "It's because Sam (Robinson) Is back." coach Jerry T a r k a n i a n smiles. Robinson, hobbled thp last, m o n t h by muscle cramps, is back in fine fet- t i n a f t e r learning his problem was a lack of salt consumption. In his last, three panics, all decided Cal Stale t r i u m p h s , Robinson has scored 80 points, collected 38 rebounds and added nine assists. From the floor, Robinson has hit 32 of 54 shots. On the same span, he is IS of 22 from the foul line. "We're also h e l l e r when we aren't ton deliberate," Tarkanian adds. "Thai's why we had some t r o u b l e in Ihe first half against Valley Saturday night. "In Ihe second h a l f , Ihough, we moved the ball b e i i r r and it helped our offense." The. 'tilers, behind Kob- inson, Ray G r i l l n n , Rob Lynn and Shawn Johnson, overcame a 40-39 Valley lead by nulscoring t h e Matadors, 53-3R, in the final 20 m i n u t e s lo estab lish a 92-76 triumph. Barbara: ^Chilly in Saddle' CHARI..ESTOWN, W. Va. (ff --Woman jockey Barbara Jo Rubin made thoroughbred racing history by avoiding one of the most common mistakes made by inexperienced riders. When her horse Cohesion, leading from I h e gale, was passed in Hie Charles Town hacks!relch S a l u r d a y n i g h t , she did nol panic and a t t e m p t to regain the lead. SHE bided her l i m e , wailed for the other horse to tire, went back out front at the head of the stretch, losi and regained the lead and won by a neck, "She didn't gel excited, she didn't start pushing," Cohcsian's trainer, Bryan Webb, said Sunday. "The usual tendency for apprentices is to drive, their horses when l hey get passed. "She sal chilly on I hat horse." Webb said. "She t u r n e d for home and Ihen goi i n t o h i m . Her ride was absolutely perfection." Barbara Jo's first ride in Ihe U n i t e d Slates drew a record night crowd lo Charles Town, but Ihe bettors were more nervous t h a n Ihe pelile brunette from Miami, Fla, * * * * "I FELT Ihis was just another ride," Miss R u b i n said Sunday. "The horse did everything I asked him lo. He was real good under me." She said a f t e r her ( r i p 1.0 the winner's circle several oilier male riders in Hie seven-horse race came up. shook her hand, and s.iiri "I I'fnlp a very good race. "I feel so happy," Ihe 1.1-year-old former exercise girl said. "1 was very relaxed. I don't get excited Ino easily." t h u saving fuel and engine wear. Cilot/bach. driving a vivid red sedan with gold numerals, passed Yarbrough hy going "under" him nn (he third turn of lap 179 to take the lead. Two laps later Yarbrough changed his left- side tires, and then it was his turn to pursue Glotr,- bach. Top Duel Saturday at Anita The separation Glotzbarh and Yarbrouph was 2.3 seconds, and il rontinued lo diminish. 2.\, 2.3, 1.7. 1-0. 0.3. u n t i l at I he finish the gap couldn't be rlocked. Calo Yarbornuph was trying for his fourth successive Daylnna victory. But be blew his chances halfway throuah the race hy brushing the wall the fourth lurn. He suffered only a sprained ankle and minor cuts. It was a rrlnlively saffi race, with only 35 of the 2(111 laps run under the yellow caution flag. 1 Iff Rov Yflrhrmjah, Co'nmblft. * "\W Ford. 200 I60S. 533.553 2 Charllfi Glotzbflch. Gi»ro.ftrftvn, Inrl . 19*9 Dodse, 200, 113.425 3 Donnle AIIKOn. Hufvl.T,vn, Ala. Santa Anita fans at long last can witness the feature racing duel of the meeting Saturday when Gamely and Dark Mirage match strides in the $100,000 Santa Margarita Handicap at 1 y% miles. f lamely, last year's w i n - ner of (he inaugural running of the race, was vol · ed lop older mare of 1WS, Dark Mirage, riding a w i n - ning streak of 10 in a row --nine of (hem being slakes---was voted Hie oulstanriing 3-year-old f i l l y of last year. v »;· * * THEY will carry equal high weight of 1.30 pounds in the long-awaited clash. Each has won here this winter--Gamely t a k i n g the seven-furlong Santa Monica Handicap and Dark Mirage the Santa Maria Handicap at 1 1-16 miles. There are no nomina- lion, entry or starting fees for the Santa Margarita. First money from the Jinn.nno purse is $60.000. There are two oilier imp o r t a n t stakes Ihis week --each for 3-year-old fillies. Thursday's event for the male sophomores is the $25,000-added San .lac.inlo slakes at a f l a t mile, with Majestic Prince, unbeaten c o l l , the Headliner. TOP Hiree-year-old f i l l i e s , i n c l u d i n g "Easier Junction, winner of Ihe Sanla Ysahel slakes in her last, o u t i n g , will tangle Tuesday in the I R t h r u n n i n g of t h e $2f),000-addecl Sanla Ynex. Stakes. The s e v e n - f n r lo n g slakes is Ihe f i n a l proving grounds before the $40,000-added Santa Susana Stakes March 13. With Eddie Belmonte drawing a five-day suspension Friday, t h e - rider of Easter Junction is unsure at the moment. The riaugher of Amerigo and Impish Lynn coasted In victory in Ihe Sanla Ysahel, w i n n i n g by nine lengths in a fasl I .-12 4 .Ti for a m i l e and one-six- t e e n t h . Kelly Wins World Pocket Billiards Title F,d Kelly of Las Vegas, Nev., won the 1969 World Invitational Pocket. Billiards Championships Sunday by beating Joe Balsis of Mincrsville, Pa., and Cisero Murphy. Brooklyn. N.Y., in conseculive ma I dies. Kelly ran 109 balls lo h i e a k tip a l i g h t duel w i t h Ralsis. He held off Ihe Iflfifi world champion and won Ihe malch ISO-R7. Against Murphy in (he, championship finale, Kelly (railed S. r i-0 hut look Ihe lead w i l h a 56-hall run and Ihcn won a b a t t l e of safelies, 150-108. Kelly's 11-3 record in Ihe 23 day t o u r n a m e n t lopped (he 15 man field. He won $-1.000. Murphy won $2,f00 for second place and Balsis SI.500 for ( b i r d . Three World Rrrords IN/.ELl. G e r m a n y (UPI) Holland's Johanna Schul broke Iwo world records in an i n f e r n a l i n n a l six-nation speedskaiing compelilion al In/.rll Sunday lo bring her 24-hour I ally of world records to three. ITS. 510.050 . u , r 6 Oavld Pearson, Snartanhitrrj. S.C.., 1W9 Ford. 19S. 15.600 7. Bftnnv Parson*. Oft 1W. 13.450 6. Richard Pettv. Rflnrllpiv mt fora, 1W. 53.150 9. Andv Mammon, Louivv KV°Eld"r SC °Caruthm, C»ll... 1«7 l?'. Richard Brlckhousf. Rock N.C., 1967 Plymouth, IBS. «..V.n 13. fnriflv HflS^'er. Ch^tl^naio 1W7 Chevel'e, In?, S^.4iO H J«bP Thnniai, Chri^tlfln^ 116J; Plvmouth, 18?. IWi H )*me^ Hy'ton, lnm«ti, . DodM, IBS, 7.« ·olt, 1969 Ford, N.C., 1M9 DAVE LEWIS- (Continued from "The NFL wouldn't have t a k e n I h e d e f e a t of t h = Colls so hard if the AFI. h a d n ' t been downgraded w much in recent years . . . like Norm Van Rrocklin say ing before Ihe Super Rowl t h a t ' N a m a t h would be playing in his first professional game.' " * * * * BUFFALO, JACK EMPHASIZES, has always had Ihe Indian sign on Namath and the Jets: "Our lone victory the past season was over New York," Kemp points out. "So maybe .we might be able to go from last to first next season with Simpson a f t e r all." The veteran quarterback who g r a d u a t e d I n t o pro football from Occidental College, said "the worst day N a m a t h had last season was against us. Our defensive hacks picked o f f five of his passes and turned three of the interceptions i n t o touchdowns." Finally, the scat of Namath's pants were split when he was hit and knocked down by Buffalo's Ron Mcnnle before 50,000 fans in Shea Stadium and millions more watching on TV. Babe Parilli, Ihe second s i r i n g q u a r t e r b a c k for lliR Jels, walked over In coach Weeh Ewhank and asked 'f he should go in because Joe was exposed. As K e m p heard i t , Ewbank shook his head. "Nn," he said as he explained he was going lo leave N a m a t h in the game "because it's the only show he's pul on all day!" Arnold Palmer LADIES, STAND TALL AT ADDRESS The w o m a n who addresses a ·golf ball with o posture as shown in illustration «1 can't help but cramp heriwing. Tucking her- $«lf forward causes her hands and arms to come in too cloie to her body. Shewon'r swing the club- head back'bui, rather will lift it abruptly, relying too heavily on her hands and arms to engineer her swing. I advise women especii " s t a n d tall" at golf, w "derriere" extended, as ir (ration*2. Keepyourhan at a d d r e s s . '.Feel your running back towards your heels In rtiit position, you women bt ready to iwing s m o o t h fast. -Your swing will not become mor* effective, but will look more graceful.. Cloudy and Slo FIRST RACE-- * Fnrlnnai: Rrloht-Unk, Rdrguez . .M M 10 20 * W Dinmonrt Br!;^, MrtlnM 11. no .SAO Roman Orwn. Diaz ., ,, . ^.?0 rims-- 1:11 ?-S. Srratchfd: Cel» Birn, Good insurance, RexamM, Dizzier, Kd- Ipntrft. PERFECTA (M) JIJS.BB. SECOND RACE-1 1-H: 8ifl How, Martinez ' ' /.SO S0 Inrflfln Oillv. RodriBUM . 7.M Time-- 1:.)9. Scralchcd: MaflraoflrlJi. THIRD RACE-- 5V) fnrlongi: nrnisp Irene, Cbfl'ro -I.Wt ,T.2[1 ?.W AAur.h Grounrt, Jlmcncr Vfifl Tinip-- i:M M. Scratched: Khamatcur. Call Mfi OiHcfc, AfJohR Don, Ronzip BfiUf. FOURTH RACE-A furlnnns: Mrimn. oiouin .r/ no irt.an ; n Mrike MP Yours, Plaza -un .140 Fortune Time, Ola; 3 fin limn-- 1:11 4.5. Scralrhcd: Mllllc'i R». riiipst, Norse Ctllrn, Troohv n^v, Snrlnci G/fland. Hidden Prince. DAILY DOUBLE (3-5) WJ.M. PITTH RACE-- t, furianoi: PlRfl^t Try, Brlscno fl.fifl -i.OO .T On Luslv Duf, fiord* ?.fin 2.W) No rrtrlus, Guerrero .1 nn r Imp-- 1:11 -1-5. ScrflfrherJ: Mitlh \\ Kino. Count All. SIXTH RACE',-1 1-H mil': Sflh'blcrfo. D'fl/ ,, ., M ...,^.n(l * 20 ? 71 CM In Llohl. G«rra ._ . A (ft i «l Fonl M^n, Mimnr .. . . . _^iOO 7im»i:47 M. Noicrotchn. SEVENTH RACK- 1 milt «nr| "1 v*rds: CnmolrU Control. CW-rn S. SO 1 E " T » Bfin Srarchin. Bri^p.nn '-W :t^ Pnr.ket Knlfp, O'ouln ... .. . ·' '* pfS^ EIGHTH RACE-- * tiirirmq*- Sunnv Risen, Munn; . f nn -1 no ? ^ Zrnpo." Diaz .'. ... . · '^ Bft Wrirv, Prrtflltv'BfH'". QUINIELA (1-11) IH.an NINTH RACE~S l/ turlnnoj: . ., Kit? M., Crspcdr 1 . U W ' W * .,, Sklo A Ropn, Oioii'n ' ftl i Tl Emolrock. Martinez ^ ** rimf-- 1:05 S-.S. Sr.rfltfhPri: Birtt"' 11 ' Uo. Pifikv Prlncf, Csordc* (S.ilfl 1 *" 2 ^3 nobrrdin, Rrr^cno . ·' *" * !v IflM Bonn. Diaz . -- '·^* Time-- 1:11 1 .S.""Scmlrhnrt: E'sfi" Rpl^s, Deluxe Dflncert Admiral Bor"V Callonle .MO Sundnv Feb. la. 'TM* ;' Pool WI,6M.OO. RVB tickrts, »lx wmn;r». 17,823.30. Con iflln lion: 9* tickets, nvf winnnri, $135.80. Wlnnlnq niimh*rt: 7-i- 4-3-6-7. ELEVENTH RACE~« lurlnnfl*: . .- Arimlrfll Togo. Gflrr.lo ...15.00 «·* .;" Bonus KW. Mender. . _.._ 8-M jgj Dflncino HM)I GATZI ..--- -- r - Timn~.i:i7. Scnitchw*: SUIT*/ Lans. QUlNIELA (tfr-i) JJi.W

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