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P«ge C.2-- INDEPENDENT * · · · · * · PRESENT AWAKD TO VOLZRE BYBOYBETZ in San Presentation of , the George Wo'plf Memorial jockey award to Merlin Volzke at a public ceremony .today will be co- featured at Santa Anita with the":runnuig of the" $25,000. San Luis'l,Rey Handicap .over .the 'hillside and infield grass course. YoJzke will receive, at 12:15 p.ml'Ja bronze miniature of the statue of Woblf that stands:in the Santa Anita, paddock, as a Jockey whose c a r e e r ; lias brought credit to the riding .profession. He will be the/ninth ' jockey'to receive the award.--; award winner - will ]" of past .winners',-.;Memorial--Gordon Glisson, BUI 'Shoemaker, John Longden, Eddie Arcaro, Ralph.-Neves,,Ray York and Johnny.iAdams.. . . ; . - · . -The mile'and a half San Luis Rey Handicap 1 drew ". dozen grass-course" stars with .Solid Son 1 carrying, top weight' of: 120 .pounds: .Others -in the fieldjare Fesfin, Roscoe Maney,;. Bailann, Ph axry, Whatitoldyou,. Dark Trust Epaulette, Special' Look Breezing, "Bebe, Rumbp...and Wesley Smiley. Arcaro "to ra victories of full ^OOO.fbr his ,ridu)| 'career:'of ; more-'-'thanja surrounded by an honor guard Green.Tpp Farms; Purse on;the favored'Gigantic;: : ...-';., ' ; , '·; '".··' Gigantic survived '-a. .claim of foul filed with : thei*tewards'?by Pete .Moreno/:.jider'··-oh 1 JBisco, .which finished'jsecond. Scaiiet Abbey ·iWasy.thirdi-:. ^Time'^for'-; a nuleWia sixteenth overcast track wa'sil.43^'.;'- .';·;.:.;..:'-.': ·..,.'...; : ,' i *. 1 » ..·;·:*..·.··.···.'-,''···''"·. I. PRINCE .OF CREINE" ilpsel Swirling' Abbey in, the $10;000 'Knights, .of...the. Round . Table the : ; rhile and f one · ' ' ' ·teiilivcSiiurlslililor. · . , The other day irrepressible Dizzy Dean upsei : not = a few oeople in Long Beach (and I suppose in. 500,^^^ - . kids 7 to 11 are not e . , . "tongdenyBCoredi.his'iirst. riding victory suic'e. he. fractured an ankle last August 'when.:he brought home. Ode in the: last race. It was 'the 5,091st Aiding triumph for the ·worid.'s' iwin- nlngest.jockeyl . " ' ; . Two horses turned in.'lmpres- sive works' : 'for Saturday's San Antonio. 'Cap.;. Terrang. worked a mile in 1:37%' while. Holandes II went a mile in l':37.%. . : S«ra»doii in Stti. ---·; TM" ·f^** ^^at-ODly..'u»*d' [10« ''Jiever'-flnlshed^close.:.. ««»-%»*!*' [In, JMon,;;- 1 :". lU.'MOMy Maker tn eyes),;-.. iC'Xen's -Chicle' (Bo;and)i 3 Mllace .'(T. .-Ti~"i"-n««». i«^One-.s'«le«lon.jycMa)..-- ,8 ;Brownaw«j- /(Barman) ..-;_ ';:Drops down'.tryinr'.to^win; l-.,'FaUtd nualait't better; MI. i'lirav'DlsappointnuDt'.^so.'far....- ^lOft--Can. andi.Biust-. Improvs. ·-_ '112 ' Falr'^act f onP-oKrtrack..,;- :TM ; 'u'".c^uVd*'b."VM°d;rtoo..W^ ' 8."::Elfhtri.''ifl--'last^tWQ^Siar.is. i . -O'Blcklet .*.---- ·'/ IX)?f08HOT--FAm irS^i^ -10*i-'MaUM^tbut IMir.'j -rtV^jji^i^ :yi?^^;iy'- ; :.^-vK'fe^'!^J : ^''!:'^- : ^'^!''''^-^'^'^ THUU " 10 LJanrolUn- (Boiand); 10 LlanKoiien · (Boianoi · ·;-- ^~-- ^io ; Wl" probabTyTro U 1 " I -y° r '.!'' ; ---' J ' 1 ^.T'^^Sypr^ (M.-.:1TM»* BO · T -'"' r^~,'T,u · ioi»iid-Air '..charin;.-. ,-^.---^'--^»40 - 'Alr -Tlitht: J.-U8.- Khaled-Alr,- ^.(·1-18''·Needs-'an' ; . ai8"-Never,Vftol VBeau .Cagir«.-(Hannatz), . . 1-fir Christian (FaJrcolm) _.__H13,. l'.Bli:TOL^-P'?«.^ JU) . .'T^-^iHt-'' 3loW'Starter;'oii:tlie .11 Seat'J'.only.. one-' Horse; o e u air^m theSike althe.way.-.up to. t^May Company _ Lakewood. (and beyond) .''One .ottdBl * « ' Slialeali Results ,-..Tlroe-l:3Sy,.-' ildle,,Plpe of Pe Martin -and .J3ucea- 'P« | 2.70 2.6C ... ' 2.W . Homan . . !t:any rate, here is his rebuttal-to Ole Diz. ^ ^ "Dean must -have: a, ;poor.. memory 1 remember around-his jpart of And what's · Stacla alio.ran. 1 . . . : 'dd-- Finished 1 flnt,. placed second. . : . - . · · . . . . . · . . , .--DAILY DOCBEKrAIDr.S45.50 "iHtKD RACE-- 3 but. r anyoe « wandering. Mmle SS ly around »TM ' be "« Wdi we take durin e the .nmmer only, ,th.r people;^ 'let H 'eV stay -away untU .they re 18 then it's too late to learn sound fundamentals. ^Most of the criticism against. Little ; ^gu« people w h o don't have t o So t h e job-like .Dean, . . . Se pebplo-Bke myseisvho see the kids grow from toy- who try to 'solve their 1 problems and 'who seevthem; develop into good 'citizens?"' ' . ' · ·; J ' ;'" '" ' ir ~j(- ' »T :; · · '··· ·THE 1UTTLE IBAGCB DAip'S.' comment prompted.me^o' dig into the Cles-.and pull outa: letter sent t^.TMfPg : July' 25, 1957, ; by a 'gramma* school vice pnncipalwho_doubles ^a playground director. in the L..A. County recreationTro- gram The man' obviously cannot afford to link hrnisdf t o e Little League contrpversy, but his comments provide, Jav Jay Ce -Treys-also. Tan. SECOND -JtACE--«.f"Hon»«: ul , ' , adit,- Ussery · 7.50 · -.4.t, . :ern. chant,_Barn«t 4.10 r, Burr.....:, .3.20 ' 4.00 _wyi p eB C BoUierm, P«clt« f »d_Bor -Don .Laic. and-;-Introluc - Fann-TVan.tr Stabli, w ' · - y . - - . . . . . . rODHTH BAC3B-- 7 llirlonr«: 0 1 1 ' Wlso Note, "l»ht Amool, SDeSplrlto ,ii ' S.OO Sir Rultr. Brooks -- experience;' he writes.-that in area where Little League operates there are young boys refusing.-to participate in the softball program because they ve been told it would 'ruin' them .for. Little League. Thesa kids are^nder the impression ''.that'-- partacipahonmany^g.but Little. League hardbaUus«oing.tq. prevent them from becom- taE 4'5uf t1 ir^a S ,o n to o«e r w.local P^ .ome recognition for. their efforts in the rec «"«° league by writing an article and trying to get/It Halt the WM* declined the, publicity ou grounds "a. know?! by either their manager, 'iattlo 'League) opposition managers.** they would bo kicked off or, flie. opposition would protest »ny gamps they su Pll ^^ounds like ilie contract systemhas'filteredjiown to ; thedO and 11-year-olds!- , .- · ,"·? . ' , .. .. - ^ , a - -'Tve had Little -Leaguers tell me 'they're apt'to -be, bawled;. · outj benched, or even 'lose, their position' on the tgam. if .they. mate an error, 'I know of 'relationships 'between father and . Smupsetting a Vhole family because the bpy missed an easy, t first or some such nonsense. Master, ; Easy ---- ---Nell Cala-Plerre. catskUl.»i.i also 'ran, . . : ' FIFTH KACE--« Jurlonis:- · . ^ IcnlcltlnB. .Brooks 5.70 3.60 ,2.« Ymi*'Fo'r' Me/Boutaetis"--'.i:. 2.0 ·Time --1:11*. Delpharo. .Romenn Opal D. 1 . .Boutique. 'Unfeased and Quee: Ceaina also ran. \ .... - - .' ^ SI?CTH,J|ACE--l^»n f .: 13,30 ,7.0 8.50 ' 5.3 Wlne'Hetni Alre, BgrnetL--*.^ ;3^ Dzla, Featurett'e. Sweet'swlivzer, Cba: Iclela, Lady Colonel. -Lucky- Sli-i.ao Capitol Lady also_ran. · . - ·.'.· SEVESTlt BACK--« Jurlonu: 8 KuitlV VlUa; (Falrholn 2 Moblllw (VorkV, .. IX)NOSHOT- Uf- v*i*B".. . · Woiiilast-.at. *ood odds.; ; BUcth .loslait two lUrU.;. Hunnlni-In.-tounh -luck. · Chana* ,top .to .bottom.--. .-HI-. a col. Boone (Shoemaker) · · 115 -Jjlttle improvwnent-.neeoea.,--.--..-' : ;_.115:. Btrlc.Uy.,'.the' 'one,tov*«Vj~^--~.;{ · 115 ^served: notlcs Jlastj utart.-,. IZ^"118 Comes oM fine: effott..-^.;;-, · -,,.--l ^ Lady.' aeicuw.' l i k . , '.,'«. 13 Dream Story (York).'/! 2 Mlchaelajorelo (Bolana); 1 Mark' o' Valor : (Volzke) · ^- r '5 Mary IMyr Dear- (P. Iforeno) L2 ( a-Peuco. ,:(Maese) /',,;..'-_....-:. '( "croMTi.s^mj^r^jj ,, .11,, Wlnnr,-race.'one iack;'.^-.TM-..-'}] H'115' 'Not oft recent'.racei ·· · - .----1! 115 Dinappolntmcat so far..; ^..«.»--J. 110' .Heeds *«,·. localttrace, ·:- ' ^ ',115v Would ,h.ave, to;.surprise.,-...- 2 , cnance. . * lat a horse/ --,_25 a--J "d'AKOstino-traln'ed" entry. "'';i s .' IXNCSHOT--IAPY- gBLENIS/- -"'· SlXlH. JIAX3E--B A FB11UWG8. '* J r.EOKGE WOOLF MEMORIAI " 1 Falmer .-(fihoemaker) 8'Tecolotlto"(W-- 7 Howaml TVi'.n io'. a-Cardlff 11 Bold' Bazooka. 5 Little -Moon 3 Grand Tudor S a-Arrocate- (*~« w --.. - ·9 North :Er,d (aiacomelll) ·-- 4 -Full steam (YcaxiO .-:--^--2 Fathers .-Itlsk .-(Harmatz)..;-- .·a---R.' Coriiell-tralned ..entry,' 115 . Speed horse on uy Aoia .UUQKI. AJ^ ^-- 1U-.Easier 11.11 today; _ ·121 Has-chased vtha. b t s t 112- 'Wlnnlnc race . one. back. . 113" Trailed off recent 1 races. ,115 Wllllnir, but .in touch. -113 'flll - Improve .·wlth'.,rac!nt;.. 113 Mo«t foil Tony tav «·*."'-·'···· /': .- ·" · Be^t Bet-- Col. BOOBS In Bth. Bert Money P TDM in 4th. . - . . . :C;;lii lit .to ' . . . Sp e cii »1-- "Gr«n4 ' Caanei . . . . . . . JohnA McMullin' of v Fair.-, Oaks,' alif:/? led'; i flualffiersX!;' ' * ii-tlttn · Rushiif Moreno ^ ;:^.i;.t-;:,;.;, ^i-Home'^lMt-vII.-^Loniden^-:';;,' - Time--l:17m j -'Ui--De«*.'i'l"»'s''}" : Wrd;-f-»cratched4«cent,v.Z«»ator..r,Blue I ^^SScSi^id«^t|^v %^$%^0®v*r ^^i^SSS^^j^ '.4.m 'tor L«»dln .. ·. Bait .lltim* :»cwt^. ^*»* *A,-.-·"*."- I n r - icorirst .jForast* (East) .·Wortt.KM.'iVV. ·'·: ' . - , · · ,2fl;'. !6wnfoWTi"'24.." · " ·'·/' score: West. 12,.Downtown -- is (West) , 11 / . . Wblt (Downtown)' Consensus Cowboy Book Be.awttf - . I, Cowboy Boo* I Cowiw Bo»k ··BwboyBXtti);!.. ' SIlESr?^ £^?w. Hmk ¥l»ivuW · I Hoblllie.·-:»· : ·BatwUtlS);.:.;-,;,,- .. Book . t i y .Trass. Col. Boon* · JtfOt · ' Bull-Clso- · Silver Dust" I:Col. Boont Dream-Story r Vedette '' chinoioiir ··Iciaao-jauf Palmer Tecolotito; .HowamlJ . f r w - ^·k i cw» .Cowbor Boo* ft«J MoblliM..- . ' ' I Bs'B . t«Jd«rs 'Bwltt Cowker Bo«k ' VoblllM ··:, Si Bwllt-v -I-Drum Btory f -Col.'BOOne. ,, . Bull Cleo ···-·:: HnnunI'D*!* ·Ttcolotlto " Isa/ttcol v -jfalm .....IJJOWa .Jotlto ··-,- Imsr,, 1 . · · · ' unUDoln ·HowaraJ Doln T«olouto,7* · 'CoI.Boon Dr«amgto .. (6)K -; ; HowamiDnUi[!i"'''/. a-BpeelalLook gelid One;-,".' rciFeitlnv Genteel.-"- V .Bamadon.rJ ·:*; -a-gpt.IX»lc«l)' "'I 1 .' 'Br«tzlnrBB«(7-' -'. - · ·,O«ntMl-· HobcawSa«;« ^anadoB"^' HavHYourWy ,Je=teel10 irtsfi .Bamadon(S).' «. -. ?HobcawSai-«(-O .living th».V HEW Wiiterawiy... ·': for UiouJiniij o f , · v : · iMkirj thi w»rid;ovir- ' i perfect combination'-of V · Pirk-Avenue.ileianet'ind!'- ; ."" down-to-earth Western comfort . NOW .- , , - . , » - . . - - . , ; . '. · · - ' · - · ; · · · - APPEARING! . - -- - . -- -- -- -T- .--7 ^^l^^v^^DSmSrs^S: ,;,''· ·' Tl» ,lq« ¥·««» I-TM" 1 "* ·' Mitt *liifl« R«««r, ·-, TJoriu. Lonrl,B.aii, - iB T 7 Li i5-8,ia»-3. Ca|| u,j,j,ow.2-0421 fof rtMrratlant . '.-.'·id ramwRlwr. . . GINGER ROGERS 7:30 «3th. - ^ - . - v . p:m., Oainri ,vi. Nu-Pftt; 8:30, .VI.. MtB 8EVEN*H' KAOE--W, MILKS-OX.TUKF. HAND1CAT. MIKSE.118.00*'ADDED, r . ur. IBE K 4.Breezlnc Bebc (iilioimaker)..:. lal- Look. '-9 a-Special-' Look (Arcaro)' 10 .Solid Son (Yorkl · _.'. ·a Pharry .(A.- Valenzuela) .11 Epaulette.. (H. .Moreno). __ 3 b-Ro«co« Maney Bolend) · 5 c-Festln (Harmatz). ·-,:--..- 12'.Ballarln' (Ycaza). .-.·.-'.--. 7 Dark Trust (Westrope) 2'a-\Vhatitoldyou {Arcaro)... t!.20 2.50 ' -.-......... 5.-50 3at«rrSr J CouS.'-V ! 'and 'Can Trust also "i'lGHTIt BACK-- 1A milts: ,.':· Ellck, -Zakoor 61.00 .20.00 10,00 ;oforward. -Atkinson v"' 50 V'58 'rinee Du Houlme. Depalo J...'..-- 'JL'^.IO Ttae--1:60*. sia ·Tale, stetl^lash, Mr. Donmar. 7 3aiz AKI. casual Friend.' lallor's Knot,'Flcna and Doi Bun also . ^ 3.SO ·6 c-Bumbo (Harmati) · 'i_: z S b-Weiley ISmlley.-. (Nevei); . · a--c.'. WblUlngham-trained; entry. 1 b--H. -Jacobs-trained'.- tntryj ·' .. c--T. C. Dante-trained entry. ' · " tONCSHOT 112 Likes · Ui«, tur£ cour««. TM 11H- 'Ready, for 'a .smashsr.." 1 120 Wtliht.-.and'all flguw»..-clos»,.. 118' -.Will bt'iunnlnc . In nhe · stretch; 114 -Nivtr .b*tt«r.'than 'now.···-- ·US Clost,' up. to .better ,-^_; .110 ·-··Nof-anf Impossible.- last, 117''Has beat-some-of .these.. 1U Beat easier last,start. _ 115 Must show Improvement;, _ 110''. Wlnnlnr .races .far between;._ 108 .Fifth la-last two'starts. _ .£nrlonfs'" 0 P e r t e e s . 8.10. , .4.8»: Brcezo I. WlU. Cook - ------ - 5.80 . 'ax Sale '.Lovato .: ............ - ...... ----' -_?''° Time-- ; 1:11%. Carolyn-Lee, Hun.Bun. Cbacota, F»na.. Jenorse'.and PropeUant llsoTan. ' ' ' . . ," . " ' . - . . o u t irst o r some s u c n o . . . . f c % watched Little Leagiie playoffs on TV a Jcxv years back .net-saw » pitcher act -as though the roof had fallen In when he^vas removed. ; JShanw was written aU over him and, aK thipgh I-thJnk we carry. our child; P 9 y cho \ 0 f: to « ^'vount' Hew that boy felt he had failed in. a way that; at his young, »gV could do psychological damage. '·· .- , . , " - . . . . . , T · · , . £ · , !I believe in organized · sports and I think Lrtfle League; caiiimake a great contribution :to it. However, if .the, fun .and. sSnanshi^ ara^ken,aut .of fr^XXl^W^: of febitiourfathers,' then: it's time;someone..inted ut its d ' KKJIU'JM RACE--W. CLAIimjfG. PtJBHE S5.0 . 2 Saroadon OYork). « Genteel ' Looks like 1 · tin spot. him ,to :bcat. . take., some part. · ,, off ' " 7 Second riaah fSJcuse)-'. 0 Tarqultana. (Maese),.-"1 Qoou vstart' -fHarmntz). 13. Caaper-Crenk -· ' ill.-Beat easier, · claimed'last slarU_ 8-1 113 Flfrures to. weaken, -...i:--^,--; 10-1 "-rit'-~ p ar Qack recent races, «L. S'S^Ysr^wii^nBEs^BJ ' f^nMrj""^ 14 MUb. HJRl.ro) firr _^._- 1 3 .Ne.lJJt.^to^at.j, 111 FIrures amonr; straMltrs. · · · · 2S-] JC103 -Dll not repeat · good- -effort,..;--J5-: 113 · .Far. of£ ..wTnnlllj. 'lornr,',' 15 Patiullero TJ '(Bolawll · ^ IG'-Our-Cover 4 Up fLewIs) '--*. 4 Mm ;.R .B. (Ferirmon) ^-^_.:J ' 9 Nando (P.- Moreno) ._--;---.-. x^-Apprentlc'e .ailowaiic'e' claimed. I.ONGSHOI--SECOND -FLASH. Bora :...AGUA CALJENTE -- B OT n.i Rich,' ' winner,: · of the · Santa Margarita Handicap -Saturday; has been dropped from' 80-1 to 40-1 in, the most important change'in the Caliente'future boqk.line on the $100,000'Santa Anita ^Handicap March'1. · ··^Another outsider -in the potential field-for the liundred grander, 'No -Bumps, was re- Oi . _ . _ . « « -t i . r-rt H ir_il«...i. the Arcadia track-earlier in the week. ' ' . ; ' · - . ' ..Rounia Table'still-is .thj prohibitive 'favorite 1 at 4-5, .-;with indications ·that.-'if' i'he : captures the,turf .classic the-. Caliente book will-.take;a ; firiancial beating. Hound Table, drew.'excep- g ' ' · ' " · · ' . ' ' · ' · . · . !. · · .· ·.. '-- r . · · i '·· -. '' ^All'teams we not run'with tliis emphasis; I'm *ure,:but thnre are enough pf.thenj to cauge concern. Ve who are close . to children dally »T« awate of it." ,, ' . , " . . - ' : · · , ' : . '' I will not step into the controversy, .except to comment on one Little League innovation that I positively consider wrong;: The .'player- "draft." I've seen -too many kids hurt by_ this technique for-anyone to tell me that it is proper/ BUD WILKINSON, extremely successful. Oklahoma cpach, was-'sb worried about the TJniversity-of California football team last faU that he's now taking steps to help-the. Bears. Wilkinson has been * constant : companion ^of.Cals^ete Elliott for several clays: They'.ve talked.split-T football and/ Wilkinson even looked at some Cal game movies to .see who didn-t go where and why! ' ,,',',,. flag the world gone crazy, vyou ask, that an Oklahoma coaeli lielps out a California coach? · : . . . ; ..-. »No" laughed Wilkinson, whefi asked that same .question;, ' "Pe^4-Elliott's a real friend and.Vremember, my,.ex-assistant; af Qklahoma. I like to see all my coaches- WIN; so :I.m.try- inff.^b give Pete a little off-season help." ,, ,, .; . - ' ' · -·"··'.·'· JTo, friend, Don Qark never was an assistant, at-.Oklahoma...; TOE PEPPEBDINE 'BASKETBALL / TEAIM that -was humiliated by USF, 105-59, en Feb..l doesn'tVexpecWo be; burned, that badly when the Waves andDons.'coUidetat Long, ' Bcatli City College Friday night- -: ·;' "-··--·''-;·! ·'-..,;';'''"·'"..' "We're gonna make it .much closer; "believe me,. com- inentedPep publicist Howard West. "The.ruyii areieaVbum^ over "that humiliation up north." i , . ' · · ' /'';Vv. They should be, although Don coach Pmi-,Woolpert .can t be accused of pouring it on! He-,shoved his second teainjintoy thelgame early in'the third quarter--BUT. THEY. SANK .AN' INCBEDIBLE , : 22-of-25 FIELXC GOAL' ATTEMPTS!;.,USF.; wound-.up with a phenomenal 60 per.cent sho t'.average I - . C . , ; , The"105 points, by the way, were an all-time high'for, . USF^'Usualiy a top defensive club. -:' " ' - , ' : · . : · · . . . : , ' X ' ^Voolpert'» ivcovA ieam 1* ag good ;as hi* llr»t,;f::wryly : cormnented Wave coach Duck Dowell Mondiiy. "It they s ever, ' (etrthat thbd team on the court, though,'.! think 'I've «j'ott«d a ifa weakneMes that Feppordlne can WOT!C oh!" --.'.-,.' ! ' :i ' - . , , duced from 100-1 to 50-1 follow beini;-.recorded ' -at;, the' time when- his. price ranged: from to.2-l ? ;. '; . · ;.'" ' ' ; . ' . ' Latest: quotations'.leave ,,Seaneen'. -as second^choice.; at, 5-1, while Terrang and Promised Land are- 6-1, Holandes II and Bailann 10-1, Find tionally. heavy play, with «t Battle, Dance, Ekaba .Mystic least one commission ot $10000 Eye and Nashville, all 15-1 Dale Carnegie Course Public Sptokinq -- Mtinory Training -- Human Relation* * ^KSSI «·kHv*«irKbjruTr'MAV AB i iEE AP¥«TISIMINT/PA«I Roind Table to Run in Gulf stream'Cap , MfMI. Fla. «")--Three ofi the ·finest 3-year-olds jf 1957 werej-amohg the ,49 nomlpees announced Tuesday for the Marci~22.running of the 'Gulf; itretro Park -Handicap--richest race^of ;the G«lfstream season for older thoroughbreds. TJ«; 12th running of the mile «nd '«·- quarter"fc»ture -attracted duch-'performers 'as · Wlieatley Stable's "Bold Ruler,' .Ralph Lowe's'-'Gallant Man and the Kerr SUWe'«-Rpund Table. [DeSpirito Wins Jin 10 Mos. a . MIAMI, Fla. UP)-- tony:XeS- pirito, the nation's -leading jockey in 1952 who' .began-; a comeback attempt M o n d ; ay scored 'iis first " victory- inll months aboard 'Nisht Amool- in the $5;000 Palmetto purse ·'. a Hialeah.Park Tuesday: ; ,,.: · .The, courageous 22-year-ol from Jt.awrence,;Mass;,,ieceive( a 'iremehdous i.o^ation/from-rth crowd- Jf 17,389' as'-he ,-eritere the -winner's, 'circle. ; Despirit rode his last .winner April; 13 AT THESE SPECIAV FORaTIRMSI $ F-100 FORD PANEL 3Wce» for tkoTe 1958 m include fix-cylinder 'heater, tain ·i ^ cleaner ·nd but do not 'in i«le» tar. With Styleiide; piclnip and Hancliero you get tTVo.tona ; paint. Cuttom -Ranchero,'alio; includes chrome front and rear bnmpen pint whitewall tire*. .': . 89 Year Old Promise: j ; ' '' ' . . : · JeZtfc ^ When you look for. the finest, ook to Old Forester. Tfbu'll enjoy a flavor that is the foiest thing of its kuid.* And you'll ;have the pardonable^Batisfac- i tiqp 'of knowing that others, ,^, unreserveidly adrnire yoiur. choice, fiyery bottleindiyidu- ally bonded. B O U R B O N W H I S K Y . . . iOTTUED I N ' B O N D . 100.R.ROOF

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