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LW» tuck, MM. MM., it*.», \m INDEPENDENT. (AM) MESS-TSUGMMJ PinCay, Ancient Title win San Carlos 'Gap Brilliant Ancient Title, the even-money favorite despite the fact he was packing the heaviest impost of his career, 128 pounds, preserved his unique record of never losing at seven furlongs Sunday when he scored a hard-fought victory in the f e a t u r e d $60,250 San Carlos Handicap: SANTA ANITA. CHARTS Ridden perfectly by L a f f i t Pincay, Ancient Title outduelled the surprising 50-1 longshot Hudson County, who carved out a sizzling pace, in a stretch-long battle. Bahia Key, a 40-1 outsider, got up to deadheat Hudson County for second, with r ROYBETZ'S, \UOB. MONDA'T, JANUARY li, im FIHJT POST 7:45 P.M. . MM nifM · S5-lllfM nrntlnt ~ ~fMI$?l*cT^Tw~wii«~»-»Mr olds. P»rw fl.Mt. CKImlM price «3,cM · , HTM' i i t i i w P P *t 0*H Somerset Lucky, Banks 3 122 3-2 Kirs Hula. Adair 8 119 2-1 Late Cargo, ward 10 119 5-2 Mellen Wise. Watson 13 119 3-1 Shookum Sam. Hawkereon 1! M9 7-2 Regal Offer. Creager 2 119 4-1 Prowler, Morris 1 119 6-1 Willing Aspect, Brooks... 9 117 8-1 Berseem, Treasure 14 119 10-1 Kirkiriki, Treasure 7 122 10-1 Dal Baby Bar, Richards 4 117 10-1 Fleel'N Speedy, Ward 12 122 15-1 BamA Little, Hawkenson...: 5 117 15-1 Missy Dew Deck, Strauss.... 6 117 15-1 SOMERSET LUCKY: Should handle this Held. KING HULA: Trailed a-, the favorite. LATE CARGO: Requires best race. Ten slated tonight in Alaniitos feature A full field of 10 horses; many of whom have their sights set on the $15,000- added 49er Stakes early next month, are. lined up for tonight's featured seventh race, a 549-yard attraction which begins the seventh week of racing under the Horsemen's Quarter Horse Racing Association banner at Los Alamilos. nine- Los Angeles Turf Club, Inc., Santa Anita Park, Arcadia, Calif., Sunday, January 19,1975 -- ZCrtti day of 76-day winter meeting. All finishes confirmed by official photocharl camera. · 1172 - FIRST RACE - 1V4 miles. 4 year olds up. Claiming. Purse 58000. Top claiming price $10,000. Index Horse - 1081 RacingMan 11!6 Eagle Eve ....'..... 1126 Bronze Mink 10B1 Satin Serenade 1108 Onaloan 1115 E. Eddie Edwards . 1126 Escosese 1126 Clank 8237 Command Prince .. 1099 Resol 8148 Prospect Park Cheriepe only another -i^JHPI^JM'iy^JKt- Post time for the neck away in fourth place "!ECCND"RACE~- 400 yards, i-year- _ace nrosram is 7'45 p.m. in a blanket finish. ·_*«·· "·» ''.'»· ew-m. ^ting the list of con. 10 122 2.1 testants in the middle distance event is 870-yard specialist Gavelman as Wt. PP .116 11 .117 3 .117 4. .117 9 .117 5 .116 10 ..116 8 ..117 6 ..116 7 ..117 2 ..117 1 SI I/. 9 8-1 1 3-1 3 1-2 7 2-"! 6 6-1 8 7-"i 5 5-"j 1.11, 3-1 l-h Sir Fin 1-5 1-2 3-I"i 2-4 11 9-2 9-5 B-h 6-b 5-"! ;-2 2-lVi 2-h 7-1V) Time -- :J4i/s, :49i/s, l:12J/s, 1:37 i/s, 1:50. Clear, track fast. Temperature 86 degrees. 52 muluels paid. Racing Man 59.40 55.60 54.80 EagleEye ·. 5.00 4.60 Bronze Mink H.OO Start good from gate, won driving. · Muluel Pool-5173,272. 4-h 6-1'"! 6-1 7-h 5-h 9-4 2 lO-l'/I 10-"j 11 10-h 10 11 U 10-'^ 11 RACING MAN Jockey Skinner Diaz Garrido Gonzalez Pincay Valdez Resales Toro Ollvares Odds 3.70 2.90 42.00 6.20 2-00 29.00 33.30 19.90 89.70 . Shoemaker 10.40 Belmonle 41.» .-allied wide at the half mile pole to get the lead on the far turn, drew out to a long lead into the stretch but was in full stride at the end. EAGLE EYE lacked early speed. BRONZE MINK set the early pace and tired. ONALOAN was pocketed on the rail on the far turn. SCRATCHED -- Regimentation. 1173 -- SECOND RACE -- 6Vi furlongs. 3 year old colts geldings bred i Calif. Allowances.. Purse 59000. index Horse . Wt. PP St '/. (1058)GallantUmb 115 7 3 , 1132 William Radkovtcti 117 2 7 1026 Texas Poacher 120 6 2 1082 dh-ZioLeo 114 1 9 mo dti-Lucky Sully 114 8 6 (1102)CreckYPete 116 3 8 1132 Windy Jubilee ...130 V 5 - 1068 Double Durfare 114 i 6506 Saucy Prince 114 5 1 dh-Deadheat for fourth. Time-:21Vs, :«, l:10Vs, l:17i/s. Clear, track fast. GallantLamb. B.40 4.60 3.00 Texas Poacher 3,40 . Start good from gate, won driving. Mutuel Pool -- $286,084. Daily Double Pool -- $247,584. GALLANT LAMB tracked the leaders down the backstrelch, rallied from W Str Fin Jodcey Odds MVj 3-2 1-1 1-2 Pierce 3.20 -h B-l 6-2 2-'t Mena 2S.BO -h 2-1 Vz 2-2ft 3-n Toro 2.60 ·2 1 -? 7-1 4-2 4 Harris 5.40 ·Vj 4-Vi 3-1 4-2V: Resales 12,30 9 7-2 6-2 Pincay 5.50 -4 6-2 5-h 7-5 Teieira 8.70 J /i 5-Vj 8-IVi 8-6 Diaz 6.40 2-2V2 l.-h 9 9 Vasquei 56.70 the outside at the quarter pole to take command in the final furlong but won allout. WILLIAM RADKOVICH lacked early speed, went to the outside and rallied through the final furlong. TEXAS POACHER broke alertly to share the lead to the upper stretch then tired. SCRATCHED -- Animoso. DAILY DOUBLE, 11-RACING MAN B-GALLANT LAMB, PAID S50.40 'CONSOLATION DAILY DOUBLE, 11-RACING MAN 3-ANIMOSO, PAJDJ12.80 THIRD RACE -- 6Vi furlongs. 3 year old maiden fillies. Purse 57500. 1174 Index Horse Ishtar 1013 Glowing Colors... 8687 Miracolo Swamp Nurse .... Annamante 1048 With A Rose .... Exotic Sway 1057 Maisstlc Manners Welcome Home 1034 Comty Cozy 1120 Timely Moment.. 8180 Sucre Candl Wl. PP St l /4 "i Str Fin Jockey Odds 117 9 3 1-h 1-1V: H V 3 1-4 Pierce 6.30 117 10 1 4-l"i 3-6 2-4 2-5 Woodhouse 26.90 ...117 12 4 5-h 7-1 4-1 3-k Shoemaker 3.00 117 4 11 7-h 4-"2 5-1"! 4-'1 Vasquez 2.10 ;..117 2 710-1 -9-h 8-3'A 5-V Teieira 23.10 117 6 6 6-2 1 -! 8-2"i 7-'/! 6-Vj Baeza 6.10 . 117 11 8 8-2 V 3 6-h 7-3 Fernandez 53,90 ...117 8 2 2 - 1 2-'.i 3-2 8-3 Toro 6.20 117 7 12 11-V! 11-3 10-2 1 /! 91 * Santiago W.60 117 5 9 9-1 10-W 9-IVl 10-5 Olivares ' 13.40 117 3 10 12 12 11 11 Navarro 111.40 117 1 5 3-Vi 5-h In dlslress Belmonle 63.30 lime- :HVi, :45, l:10i/s, l:16Vs. Clear, track fast. Ishtar ".60 9.60 4.00 GlowlrraColors 17.20 8.60 Mlracolo «.oo Start good from gate, won handily. Muluel Pool-5310.990. ISHTAR broke alertly, drew out and won impressively. GLOWING COLORS rallied in the final half. MIRACOLO . raced best in the drive. SWAMP NURSE tired. SCRATCHED -- Raphaelita, Chores, Special Art. Index Horse 1083'Slblrri 1083 SirTobin 1131 Crumbs 1112 Seaside Flirt 1096 Anno's Knight .... 1083 Eliwanda Falls. .. 1083 CozvUrk. ....... 1003 Khadatv 10% Posteritv Wt PP St f* "i ^ Str Fin Jockey Odds 118 2 2-' 1-1 'l-h I- 1 '! 1-3"i 1-5 Pincav 5.50 '"118 1 5 4-1"! 5-l''J 4-1 '-"" M 1 * Resales 27.50 '"llB 9 3 6-l"i 7-2 6-2 5-4 3-"i Shoemaker .90 '"113 3 1 2-lVi 3-'i 3-1 3-1 4-5 Ramirez 2.80 "J1S 5 B 3-h 2-1"! 2-1 4-1 "j 5-3 Ollvares 37.90 ...118 B 6 8-2 6-h 8-") 6-h 6-1 "2 Santiago 3.80 ...118 1 7 7-h 9 7-'-j 7-2 7-3 Teieira 13.50 '"llB 6 4 5-h 4-1 5-h 9 9 Navarro 29.70 Time -- :23J/s, :47«/s, l:123/s, t 37'i/s, 1 :43/s. Clear, track fast. SiWrri 13.00 7.00 3.60 SirjTobln 15.60 5.40 Crumbs !·* .'--"Start good from gate, won driving. :,,-'Mutuel Pool -5335,690. ( '·.*;SIBIRR1 broke alertlv to the lead and out of traffic earlv, assumed a commanding lead in midstretch and won in hJll stride. SIR TOBIN raced unhurried earlv, but could not threaten the winner. CRUMBS lost some ground earlv. SEASIDE FLIRT raced with the winner earlv and faded. ; No scratches. ^'·"i'Wt -- FIFTH RACE -- 6 furlongs. 4 year olds up. Claiming. Purse S8500. .TffctSii lShnlns price *JO,000. Index Horse (1074)PBlaha Prince . .im.Truxlon Fair '·1027 Fleet Afoot ·1113 Back Pac 7271 Bold Erin 1046 Chateau Prince .. omiMcios..... ·8778 Oaring Son 1087 Stick Bov 8005 Tim's Choice Wl. PP 118 3 117 12 "8 5 117 11 117 1 117 8 120 1142 Turn To Bo : 117 "8 117 :.:: 7 121 51 li 'A Str Fin Jockey Odds 2 1 - t a 2* I-'.-! 1-2'ft Pincay .80 3 3-H l-h 2-2 2-4 Santiago 23.50 5 4-2", 4-1V, 4-h 3-?» Shoemaker 5.60 4 5-h 5-lVj 54 4-3 Mena 36.60 11 6-1 6-2 6-"j 5-h Teieira IO.BO 12 ll-'i 10-2 e-lte fr'i Navwro 81.00 1 2-h 3-5 3-1'* 7-1 Oliyares 5.80 10 W 7-1 7-l"i 8-1"! Resales 100.60 9 7-1 9-1'^ 10-4 9-h Schachl 55.40 8 t-'fl 8-h 9-W 10-5 Gonzalez 126.40 6io-mn.3 n-iwu-i skmner 21.20 71! 12 12 12 BaCza 8.50 Time -- :22'/s, :44i/j, :S6'/s, 1 -08 Vs Clear, track fast. PatahaPrince 3.60 3.20 2.60 TruxtonFair · 11.20 7.20 Fleet Afwt . 3.60 1 Start good from gate, won handily. Mutuel Pool --$241,604. Exacta Pool -- $361,565. PATAHA PRINCE, racing on the rail, volleyed for the lead to the stretch, drew clear of TRUXTON FAIR inside the furlong pole and won with authority. FLEET AFOOT moved up after the break and finished willingly. SCRATCHED -- Noble Kenty. ' iSEXACTA, 3-PATAHA PRINCE i 12-TRUXTON FAIR, PAIDJ179.SO U77 - SIXTH RACE - About 6Vi furlongs en turf. 4 year olds up. Claiming. Purse 113,000. Top claiming price 540,000. Index'Horse 1133 Ocala Boy .... a-Bo Hatch (1076)TowerEast 5249 a-Judgmatic 1086 Foresight Saga 8797 Flighting (5843)0ld Memories 1142 Magallanes 1085 Port 01 Glory 5 5-3 9 9 3 l-'/i 1 4-1 . 117 5-3 8-5 4 2-h 2-'-J 7 6-h 7-1 1 '; 6 7-2'7 6-h 2 3-2"! 3-V4 Str Fin 1-1 1-k 7-h 2-k 2-lVi 3-n 4-1 a-Bo Hatch judgmatic raced coupled. Jockey Campas Santiago Mahornev Baeza 56 Teieira 6-'3 Shoemaker 7-'T Tiernev 8-'; Navarro 9 Valdez Odds 5.70 2.60 3.10 2.80 15.30 1.60 26.50 38.10 24.20 Time -- :21l/s, :43, 1:07, l:13/s. Clear, turf firm. OcalaBoy 13.40 5.40 3.40 a-Bo Hatch 4.00 3.00 Tower East '. 3.20 Start good from gate, won driving, Mutuel Pool-$386,143. OCALA BOY rallied on the rail mid- way, responded in the stretch to move clear. BO HATCH rallied along the outside to finish fastest. TOWER EAST, hustled early to make the lead, then weakened gradually. FLIGHTNING was carried way wide and gave way. No scratches. 1178 - SEVENTH RACE - 11/1 Classified allowances. Purse $15,000. , miles. Fillies mares, 4 year olds up. Index Horse t!0901MercyDee 5430 Penny Flight.... 5664 a Reputation 1090 a-Statelv Game . (836710ulmoded 1043 Sun Reality 1095 Move Abroad.... 1043 Claim The Track 1095 Khaled's Kaper '·i 7-1 9 81 -! B-l", 6-1 2 3- l 'i 4-4 3-2 1 3 7-1 7-! 5-2 6 4-2V3 2-Vi !·".' 5 5-2 5-h 4-h 4 l- 1 ^ l-l 2-": 1 2-1 "J 3; 'I . . 8-2'? 8-2'7 8-4 9 9 9 Jockey Odds Shoemaker 2.10 1.50 11.60 11.60 4.70 27.60 18.20 7.70 73.00 a-Slalely Game Reputation raced coupled. MERCY DE 2- x Vasquei 31 --! Teieira 4-2 Cespedes 5-1 Pincav 6-k Howard Santiago Gonzalez Valdez "Time -- -21 :46"/s, l:10«/s, 1:36/J, 1:43 Vs. Clear, track fast. MercyDee ............. 6.20 3.20 3.00 PennyFlighl ................. 3.00 2.40 a-Reputation ..MO - ................. .. Start good from gate, won driving. Mutuel Pool - 5240,334. Exacta Pool up when shut off on the far turn, rallied steadily to wear down PENNY FLIGHT late and won in full stride. REPUTATION raced close up early. STATELY GAME found room on the rail to rally on the far turn and lost her punch. No scratches. -5314,100 ~~ SslXACTA^frMERCY DEE 5-P6NNY FLIGHT ~" : 1179 - EIGHTH RACE - 7 furlongs. 4 year olds UP. Handicap. Purse 550,000 added. Gross S60.250. San Carlos Handicap. index Horse Wt. PP SI V. Ki Sir Fin Jockey Odds (lOOalAncient Title 128 1 8 4-h 3-2 dh-Hudson Countv 116 3 5 1-4 '-" 10SO dh-Bahia Key 117 4 4 6-_, f-Cheriepe 114 11 2 3-": 1080 Against This Snow 115 6 3 8-1 1017 Tree Of Knowledge 20 2 7 5-'·! 4-h (10!9)Chesapeake 7 12 6 -4 7-2' 1133 Woodland Pines 117 9 0 11-2'-i 0-'. 8662 Plunk J« J » ' ' Forage J 5 9 10-h 12, 1080 lamem I" " T' ' ... l-lndian Sign 1 dh-Deadheat for second. l-Mutuel field. "Time"- :21/i, 7431/s, 1:08, l:12'/s. 5-1 1-1-7 2-2'j 2 S-l'.l 4-1'j 2-k 2-h 3-h 6-'-! 5-h 6-1 6-'B-7 7-k 7-1'-: 8-2 9-1'7 9-3 11-2 1 '! 101 * Vasquez 10-1'j 11-4 Navaroo 10 I 2-h 9-l l '2 12 12 Baeza Pincav Belmonte Harris Santiago Pierce Shoemaker Teieira Mahornev Valdez 1.00 54.00 40.90 13.80 25.90 5.20 12.90 7.30 21.60 6.40 89.60 13.80 Clear, track last. Ancient Title 4-00 3.W 3.00 dh-Hudson County ".» I"-TM dh-BahiaKev »·» 8 - M Start good from gale, won driving. Mutuel Pool - S467.239. ANCIENT TITLE broke somewhat llatfooled, made a steady gaini from along the rail to be close up into he far lurn, cased out lo challenge HUDSON COUNTY for the lead into the upper stretch and prevailed_after^a nard Top claiming pncc_$16,WO. "Wl. PP .115 1 ...117 6 1112 .117 117 117 . 117 111 . 115 . Ill 117 St '·· 10 104 7 7-2 4 l-h 11 11-4 I? 12 3 fr'l 6 " ! . 8 4 1 Index Hone 1126 Epsilon (ll26Tr«k Commander 1074 Coursing's Bov .. 1126 A Breeze - Heini 1113 Diffusion 1086 TV. Tony 1126 ElCarrerito 1073 TcninoVillc 1028 Lev 1131 Royal N06IC 1069 Bane Street Time'- :23. ':«i/!.T:10i/l. 1 ··»'/. 1:43. Clear, track l,iil. Epsilon '!-" '·» »·» Track Commander !·» J.JJ CounWsBoy · · - · . · ··«· St.irl wxxl Irom (Hie. won driving. Mutuel Pool -jm,835. Exacla Pool """"il"Muluel Handle.-tt,v1J.WS. -36,1». , s ! r ., F 3-1 2-1 ) !-h 3-t 6-1 1 ! 4 h 8 1 Jockey Vasquet Men: Schacht Fclton 9 9-'i 102'J 10-1 5 51 4 1 )·! 5-h 1 11-3 2-2 Ancient Title, a five- year-old California-bred son of Gummo and Hi Little Gal, was notching his eighth triumph at Santa Anita, second only to Ter- rang's 10 added money successes at the Arcadia track. It was his seventh triumph at the seven-furlong distance. Last season, he swept the three- race Strub series, only the SLATERITES FOR PINEDA A rosary will be recited for Alvaro Pineda tonight at 8:30 at Holy Angels C h u r c h , 370 C a m p u s Drive, Arcadia. Mass at Holy Angels will be said Tuesday morning at 10:30. Burialwill follow funeral service immediately at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Glendale. third horse in history to accomplish the feat. Ancient Title, winner of the s i x - f u r l o n g Palos Vcrdes Handicap opening day under 126 pounds, ran the distance in 1:21 1/5, two-fifths of a s.econd slower t h a n the stakes' record set by Kennedy Road, disqualified winner of the 1973 San Carlos Handicap. Ancient Title, who again confirmed his status as the early favorite for the $170,000-guaranteed Santa A n i t a Handicap on Sunday, March 9, rewarded his backers with $4, $3.40 and $3 while taking a prize of $37,750. The gelding is the leading -active California-bred money winner with career earnings of $529,120. "That was a very big race for him," said Pin- cay, the meet's leading r i d e r . "I was a little worried about getting out of the inside post position, but I didn't want to rush him with all that weight. He broke all right but didn't show me that much speed right off. / "Once he got to the f r o n t he was looking around a little and starting to pull himself up. But t h a t h a p p e n s when a horse is getting tired like he was." Whitworth captures ladies title MIAMI (UPD--Old pro Kathy Whitworth survived a shaky finish on the final hole and won the $15,000 first prize in the Colgate Triple C r o w n L P G A championship Sunday by firing a one-over-par 73. M i s s Whitworth came into the tough par-four 18th hole on the famed D o r a l "Blue Monster" course with a comfortable four-shot lead, but she hit her second into the water and then rimmed out a two-foot putt for a double- bogey six. Her final round in the $50,000 tournament gave her an even-par 144 for the 36 holes and a two- shot edge over second- place Judy Rankin, who shot a 73 for a 146. Never Noticed, Cardoza .... Verquenia, Ward 8 No Secrets, Creager 6 Scared Bars II, Myles 11 dividend's Charge, Treasure 3 Distant Merlah, Brooks 1 117 Cutie Bello, Clerisse 9 117 Chikara. Morris 5 117 Lolsafuss, Kanis 2 117 Twig's Judy, Knight 13 117 Burnt Souaw, Richards 7 Fickle Sis, Treasure :.. 14 117 Everetts Risk, Knight 4 122 S-2 3-1 7-2 4-1 9-2 6-1 8-1 10-1 10-1 122 IS-1 15-1 15-1 Mohawk Pass, Richards.... 12 122 15-1 NEVER NOTICED: May hold a slight edge. VERQUENZA: Better chance tonight NO SECRETS: Will win soon. THIRD RACE -- 870 yards. 3-year- olds and up. purse S1,70D. Claiming priceJUJKL Phoebe's Bruce, Brooks 3 122 2-1 Diamond Bars, Hart 2 122 5-2 Go Around, Lioham 7 122 3-1 Mr Arrowav, Cardoza 4 119 7-2 Idaho Go, Richards 11 119 4 1 Gallantmeart, Banks 6 122 6-1 Fairest Palleo, Treasure 1 117 8-1 Green Up, Banks 10 119 10-1 Mikcv.Walson 5 119 10-1 Hi Cliff. Treasure 9 119 15-1 Battle Tank, Ward 8 119 15-1 Black Mood, Cardoza 12 119 15-1 PHOEBE'S BRUCE: Game winner last race. DIAMOND BARS: Trying a repeal win. GO AROUND: Won three of last four races. FOURTH RACE -- 400 yards. 3- year-old maidens. Purse 51,700. Cliim- '"L^iSL'i 5 ^. Judrock, Brooks 14 122 3-2 Serena Chic, Richards 2 117 5-2 Miss Cute Spot. Clerisse a 117 3-1 Tonlo's Choo Choo, Page 4 122 7-2 Grand Bar, Myles 12 122 4-1 Just Like Pa, Brooks 9 117 9-7 Charger Sauce, Matsuda.... 10 122 6-1 Baffle's Son, Adair 5 122 B-l Gramoa's Gal, Knight II 117 10-1 Fan Rocket, Dreyer 1 122 10-1 SunsetQueslion,Treasure ... 6 117 15-1 Noor Win. Mvles 13 117 IS-1 Cheri Ami, Creager 7 117 15-1 Try Me II, Salem 3 122 15-1 JUDROCK: Looks best If starts. SERENA CHIC: Could improve sharply. MISS CUTE SPOT: Even race onlv start. well as Basabe, That Roan and Lassie's Top Man. The rest of the field is made up of Hot One, Tita M i a , Stella More, Tollie Bogel, Step And Gone and Wandering Rita with Dusty Parr, Rocky Terre Moto and I'm For You on the "also eligible" list. Gavelman will be making his first start ever at 549 yards and his first test on the s t r a i g h t a w a y course since last May at Bay Meadows. The Mr. Meyers gelding has finished f i f t h and sixth in each of his first two starts on the 870-yard course at the current m e e t i n g a f t e r running third in the $25,000 Marathon last summer. Basabe is making his first start since last August when he closed out the summer meeting with a 45.92 victory at 870 yards. That Roan is one for three at the current meet- FIFTH RACE -- 870 yards. 3-year olds and up. Purse $2,100. Claiming price 12,500. _ kyean corning at 549 yards. Lassie's Top Man. a son of Go Man Go, who is aiming at t h e , $50,000- added Vessels Maturity for next summer, was recently purchased for $20,000 after winning a pair of 400-yard races early in the meeting. Since his blistering 19.90 victory in December, Lassie's Top Man, a winner of more than $42,000, has finished out of the money at 350, 400 and 440 yards. Tollie Bogel, another distance specialist, or Step And Gone, bidding for his third win of the meeting, could wind up the favorites. Spencer death car reported to be sound Bill Spencer's race car suffered no mechanical defects before it crashed into a wall at Riverside International Raceway, a spokesman said Sunday. The 26-year-old Spencer was killed Saturday during the running of the Permatex 200 for late- model stock cars. Lin Kuchler, executive vice president of the National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing, said an examination .of the car showed no major mechanical failure,' either in the brake system or in the transmission.- Soccer results Al Daniels Field Alemnnia 3. United Armenians 0; Mficcabee li, Incas 0; L.A. Gauchos 1. Eagles 0. ' ' Combined News Services KITZBUEHEL, Austria The 22-year-old ace --Defending World Cup World holder Piero Gros won the Hahnenkamm slalom race Sunday, adding a f i f t h victory to three giant slaloms and one slalom in this season. However, the 20-year- old Italian was only second in the World Cup placings, a f t e r Franz Hammer of Austria, who had won the Hahnen- kamm 1 downhill race Saturday. The Alpine combined title out of both races went to Gustav Thoeni of Italy. Young American Geoff Bruce of Corning, N.Y., surprised experts when he placed third in the first heat. After a couple of mistakes in the second heat, he finally placed fifth in the overall standing. JAHORINA, Yugoslavia -- A u s t r i a n ski queen Annemarie Mpser-Proell wound up the first round of the World Cup races for women by adding one more victory to her already unassailable lead. clocked 1:14.79 for the 55-gate giant slalom, beating. into second place Switzer-, land's Lisemarie Morerod \ (1:15:07) with West; Germany's Rose Mitter- maier third (1:15.13). · It was the first ever; World Cup race over the f 1,350-meter course at Jahorina with a vertical; drop of 320 meters. ROOKIE Frenchman Jean-Noel Augert, after losing the first heat of the annual $30,000 Hang Ten Cup pro ski slalom to hometown favorite Harold Stuefert by .066 seconds, came back in his rematch , to win by .309 to take first i in the slalom and $4,000 in * prize money. · ITA-CTS SAN DIEGO-217 anglers on 9 boaLs caught 99 yellow tail, 13 ling cod, 491 rocK fish. BELMONT PIER--20 anglers on 1 boat caught 1 ling cod, 31 cow cod, 300 rock cod. 3 sole. SE\i BEACH-190 anglers on 3 boaLs caught 1,465 rock cod, TO cow cod, 1 ling cod, 2 sole, 12 sculpin, 2 white fish. 150 'anglers on barge caught 54 bonito, 3 bass, 13 halibut, 9 mackerel, 5 sculpin, 1,100 white croaker, 1 lobster. DAVEY'S LOCKER--54 anglers on 2 boaLs caught 581 rock cod. ATTENTION YOUNG MEN! GET INVOLVED IN YOUR COMMUNITY JOIN THE L.B. JR. CHAMBER Special Meeting, SAT., JAN. 25 CELL 429-4224 For INFOHHTIOH Texas Tracer. Knight Third Copy, Page Cul For Aces, Banks Tardy Rocket, Creager .... Cabby's Boy, Hart One And Only, Ward Hello Jody, Adair StepN Fetch II, Treasure.. Isle's Double, Mvles Shadow Fist, Dreyer Moishcll.ward PappyYochum, Creager.. . 5 122 . 3 122 1 119 . 8 119 . 7 119 . 9 122 . 4 122 11 119 . 2 119 12 119 10-1 . 6 122 10-1 10 119 10-1 5-2 3-1 7-2 4-1 9-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 8-1 TEXAS TRACER: Drops down should win. THIRD COPY: Just won this distance. CUT FOR ACES: Should take a part. _ LONGSHOT - ISLE'S DOUBLt _____ SIXTH RACE -- 400 yards. 3-year- olds and up. Purse 52,600. Claiming price U.SN. Flying David. Knight 5 119 2-1 Hifalulin, Ward 2 119 5-2 Gel Ready, Banks 10 122 3-1 Oliver Sudden, Treasure 3 119 7-2 Rob's T Bar, Adair 6 119 4-1 Nillv Note, Hart B 119 6-1 Inman's Leo Two, Lipham ... 9 119 8-1 ' Nioka, Cardoza 11 117 10-1 Queens Row, Clerisse 7 117 lu-i True Moon, Walker 4 117 15-1 File Copv, Richards 1 119 15-1 FLYING DAVID: Running in tough luck. HIFALUTIN: Best race takes it all. GET READY: May repeat winning race. LONGSHOT___J___MAN_S LEO TWO. SEVENthT RACE -- 549 yards. 3- year-pJds^an^iip^Purse 16,000. Allw. Lassie's Top Man, Banks,,.. 7 122 2-1 That Roan, Adair 5 122 5-2 Step And Gone, Mvles 8 122 3-1 Tollie Bogel, Richards 6 122 7-2 Basabe. Treasure 3 119 4-1 Gavelman, Cardoza 9 119 6-1 Dustv Parr, Treasure 11 117 6-1 Stella More, Ward 4 117 8-1 I'm For You. Adair 13 119 10-1 Hoi One, Lipham 1 117 10-1 Wandering Rita, Knight .... 10 117 15-1 Tila Mia, Brooks 2 117 15-1 Rockv Terre Moto. Cardoza 12 119 15-1 LASSIE'S TOP MAN: Hard to pick against him. THAT ROAN: Good recent form. Step and gone; beaten favorite last BIG AND WIDE GLASS-BELTED TIRES 5-2 3-1 122 7-2 . 11 122 4-1 . . 8 122 9-2 .. 1 122 6-1 . . 9 122 8-1 . 12 122 10-1 . 2 122 10 I . 3 122 10-1 13 122 15-1 5 118 15-1 14 122 15-1 122 15-1 (ought battle. The latter sprintfsTto a long early lead, saved something for the drive and gave way grudgingly on the rail to finish on even terms with BAHIA KEY. The latter raced unhurried earlv while linding his full stride, saved ground lo the stretch, found a path in the middle ot the Irack and closed in a good try. CHERIEPE broke alertly to be close up and well positioned at the Quarter pole then (ailed lo respond in the final furlong. SCRATCHED - Special AHair. "r"olds upT Claiming. Puree S9000. Kalhv Whitworltl 515,000 Judy Rankin S10.000 Sandra Post 57,500 Murle Breer W.250 Mary Mills !4,250 Betsy Cullen S2.000 Chako Higuchi Matsui $2,000 JoAnn Prentice S7.0M Margie Masters 51,000 71 73-114 73-73-146 72-75-147 76-73-149 74-75-149 74-77-151 76-75-151 77-74-151 80-80-160 EIGHTH RACE -- 4M yards. 3-year- olds and up. Purse S1.900. Claiming price 12,000. Top Ruler, Adair 6 122 El Ratero. Kanis 10 122 Fleet's Dune, Hart Royal Top Bar, Page Joyous Valentine, Lipham Charging Charlie, Watson. Go Man Too. Creager Man O'Glow, Salem '. Fly Away Crunch. Treasure Terrible Tinky. Ward Belle's Shadow, Clerisse Quick House, Walker ... Fast Eddie, Creager.... Dusl Devil I, Cardoza .. TOP RULER: May handle this field. EL RATERO: Will keep them honest. FLEET'S DUPE: Finished third at big odds. LONOSHOT - GCi i iH TOO. NINTH~RACE - ioo yards. 3-year- olds and up. Purse (1,700. Claiming price»1,600. Tiny Quick. Adair 8 122 5-2 Bill's Request. Dreyer 3 122 2-1 California Smog, Morris 9 122 7-2 Fleet Bid. Cardoza 14 122 4-1 Clabango, Walker 6 122 9-2 Mr. Shady. Page 7 122 6-1 Another Lesson, Hart: 2 122 6-1 Family Affair, Ward 4 122 8-1 Jon Breen. Lipham 12 122 10-1 Go Misty Joe, Cardoza 10 122 10-1 Blazon Dandy, Lipham 13 122 15-1 Ll'IWally, Knight 5 122 15-1 Hayaku.Banks I 122 15-1 IVan,Watson , 11 122 15-1 TINY QUICK: May be ready now for best etlort. BILL'S REQUEST: Look for an improved race. CALIFORNIA SMOG: Winning races tar between. LONGSHOT - FAMIJ.Y AFFAIR. BETZ'SBEST AT LOS ALAMITOS MOST PROBABLE WINNER Somerset Lucky in 1st. BEST BET -- Top Ruler in 6th. BEST MONEY PROSPECT - California 5mo9 in 9th. WIN PARLAY - Phoebe's Bruce in 3rd to Lassie's Top Man in 7th. LONGSHOT SPECIAL - Baffle's Son in 4th. Signs of spring PIRATES-Sam McDowell, 1-6 last season with the New York Yankees, was signed as a tree agent and will report to the Pirate training camp at Bradenton, Fla., Feb. 21. Odds 9.80 2.40 11.70 I5.!0 2S.13 5- l i Santiaso 5 ' : 6-'T Tternev n/u 7-1 Mi Pincav 490 9-1 l l 9-6 BACZft 5.90 4.1'i 9k Toro 1170 10-3 IM Yaner 46.90 11-7 11-3 Pierce ISM j-j'z M 17 17 Giiliflan 8.90 EPSILON cauoht'his lull sl'ide at the hall mile pole, cut bctivwn horses to rally, maneuvered through traftic to wear down Ihc leaders and won alloul. TRACK COMMANDER advanced sleadilv alter ttre hall hoi was not good enouoh. COURSING'S BOY woroool in the stretch. SCRATCHED ~ lonely L,yl. Prince Misty. Market Minslrcl, Prove It Mike. »S EXACT*, VEPSILON 4 4-TRACK COMMANDER, PAID JIM.OO EAST LONG BEACH BRAKE SERVICE 4401 E. ANAHEIM Oiitribulori lor · 8ENDIX · EJS t DISC BRAKES « BALANCING i DRUM TURNING ·WHEEL ALIGNMENT NOW THRU JAN. 31 ONLY GLASS-BELTED FOR COMPACTS Tubeless Whitewalls GLASS-BELTED FOR MEDIUM CARS E78-14; C78-14; Tubeless Whitewalls each GLASS-BELTED FOR LARGE CARS H78-14, H78-15, J78-15, L78-15 Tubeless Whitewalls each PIUS FED. EXCISE TAX FROM 1" to 3" NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED CONVENIENT LOCATIONS O L I V E R AND WINSTON INC. d.b.a. FREE MOUNTING WITH EVERY TIRE PURCHASE = UJinston Delta lire Co. LONG BEACH 551 K. linhtim iBiixHoii'oil. » I., ·BUF.lt MM I7SO Slinlon 121-1110 ·SMOEI6ROVE 13362 Irookhuril 638-M6I NORTH LONG BEACH 65« Ctitrir iljrtem «»-)6ll SIN PEDRO 1301 S. Pieifie 'DOWIET . 127-4411 ·NMTlltTNIUGII 11111 itiit ii. MI-KIT

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