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C-4--INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELESRAM (PM) Long MMK, Cllif., WM., Frt. 1«, IrM Poona Downs (10-1) Wins in S'Anita Mud -ROY BEITS- CONSENSUS . liETIIHi) I MASON (100) I TERKY («) I HOLLY 173) I ConmHM (1011 Services Today for Inboard Drive\ I Makt w«vn I Sli»l ! My Matlnifa IBTInKS i Make waves I Forneke I Sisal Make Y/av« I My Marinda I Sisal ) Make Wave* I Misty Blend IM Waves (10) (SlsaMlO) I B Times ! VMnotw, Frt. U; RtMn».MiMy Fin! P«t 1 ».m. Belle Mere I Belle f.'.cre Miss Larks UMssUks Nougat I Usaglo I Usaglo I Belle Mere I Nougat I Belle Mere I B. Mere 04) I Cindys Secret Lisasb (5) I Miss Larks ! Miss Lafks (51 Bill Shoemaker piloted Poona Downs, a 10-1 long- shot, to a three-length victory Tuesday in the $29,550 Santa Ynez Stakes over a sloppy track at Sania Anita. Poona Downs, winner of the Bay Meadows Lassie Stakes last year, came from last place 10 overtake favored D u m p t y s Lady in the upper stretch. Shoemaker also won the sixth race aboard Pooncarie. Both his winners are daughters of Poona II and are owned by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Elmore. Shoemaker rode the sire to victory in the 1955 Santa Anita Handicap. Posting her third win in 15 career starts, Poona Downs was clocked in 1:24 for seven furlongs. Dumptys Lady hung on for second, while Lover's Quarrel finished third. Poona Downs' prices were $23.60, $9.20 and $4.60. Dumptys Lady paid $4.40 and $3.20, while Lover's Quarrel returned $3.20. The victory was worth $18,300 for the E m o r e s. The winner has earned $37,033 in her career. Most Host, upset victor over Damascus a year ago in the Charles H. Strub Stakes, heads a compact field of five in today's featured $10.000 San Luis Obispo County Fair purse at one and one-sixteenth miles. With rain continuing, a muddy track is certain. The track was "off" when Most Host pulled his big upset win last year. Others in the field include Dr. Isby, Dizzy Babe, Over The Counter and Fast Count. Fast Count and Over The Counter are full brothers. Jockey for Most Host will be Jerry Lambert. Purse to the winner is $5,500. JJV-FIRST RACE. « Mrltwi. Mat*. )-ye»r-«td fililn. l*«r» t4SH. Intftx Hon* J«tkey PP 3374 Make waves/ plncav 4 3323 Sisal, Pineda -- " A\y Marlnda. M. Val. 10 Runneth Over, Hall 5 Misty Blend, Fires 8 . . . Blooming Times, Gaofler 12 3253 Stormy North, Pineda * 3300 Roval Breeze. Trevino 9 3353 Lady Jarina. Mahorney 7 23U Fcrncke, Lamtcrt 1 Dernier Crl, Diaz - t LONGSHOT-- STORMY NORTH. Wt. Comment 115 May Hold a slight edgt -119 The one to beat us Fine works to recommend 115 Bv Poont II US Bv Count of Honor XllO 6V Oldfn Times 115 Longshot lector 115 Will orobablv weaken US Nee* easier 715 In'Kte post no hclj 115 By Decidedly - - -- 4-1 6-1 -- frl --l! "ml ._-.U-l 15.1 15-1 |! Duffer 11 Kenavo 'I P T«k I P Task I Ktnjvo I DuHer ! Kenavo I Hacoy Dinner ] Kenavo (9) P TasK I Chiefs Bully i P Task 7 Happy Dlmwr I Kwiavo I Puffer S) I ! DwMe Go G» t Double Go Go | Doubt* Go Gl j We'll Bete ha i Dbl GoGo f .6) ! We'll Bcteha I We'll Bekha I latkin^i 3 Double Go Go ! We'!! Scfchs (Assuredly I Fleet Sweet I Assuredly I Fleet Sweet I Assuredly (2) 33t»--SECOND RACE, i furlorns. Mlldtft 3-VC3r-«hi tillies. PUfit $45003193 B*fie Mere, Pierce. 2 115 Should graduate today 3g ,'.z'..rz'7-2 33/1 Miss Larksville, Blum" 3130 Nouoat, Dial 32!° Llsaoio, Roiates .... 3355 Cindy's Secret, Trevino ..... ... .Go Quietly, Alvarez -.. Teann, Haemal/ 5)35 Ro/ai Spain, Velasquez . . . $p*ar Maid. Nolan 2761 Indian Print, Fires Kacy Miss, Jackson Star Blue, Harris LONGS HOT--TEGRIN. 7 115 Will win soon . t US May take A "art 9 xllO Will keep Them .._ By Greek Money 115 By Nigret m Only an ouiside chaaee _ 115 By UmeUont 115 Give her a local race -1)5 By Dr. Kaev 115 By March Btut 5 Entrechat a-lasling W (Single Hill 6 IR Slipper Batw La Miss Caesar 7 Fiery Venus ICommi'iary la-Dark Silk 8 IMOSI Host iDr. isbv i Dizzy Babe 1 Entrechat a-Lastlng VI 1 Single Hill 1 R SllpMr 1 Miss Caesar 1 Commissary Fi'r-v Venul 1 a-vallombrwa 1 Most HOSt 1 Dizzy Bat* 1 Dr. ishv 9 ICurra BoY 1 Corra Boy t Laouna Royale 1 Gallant vim. Comose t Comose a-Lasling VI Worlair Entrechat R Sliocer Aliss caewr Baby La a Dart silk Fiery Ven-js Layries Turn Most HMt Dizzy Babe 1 Over the C Curra Boy Gallant vim. Comose EntrecMt 1 Entrechat (15) Fleet S a-Lasting VI U Single Hill ISgl. Hill (3) Baby La R Slipper Clenis Gem a-Darlc Silk Firry Ven'rt Commissary R Slipper (U) Baby La m AV Caesar (4) F. Venus (101 a-Darfc SHK (?) Commissary (7) Dr. ISBV 1 M. Hoil (14) Most Host 1 Dr. Isby (7) Dizzy Babe 1 Dlz. Base (6) Curra Boy Comose Gallanl Vim. Curra Boy (It) Comos (51 Gallant wm. (5) NOTE-- Number alter handicapper's name is number ot winners selected. Funeral services will be conducted this morning at 10 in Alhambra's All Souls Church for drag boat race driver Jerry Gleason of Yorba Linda, killed Saturday in a qualifying run at Marine Stadium. Gleason, 31, died after he was thrown from the cockpit of his hydroplane, Mr. Ed, while traveling at an estimated speed of 130 m.p.h. The boat apparently had been struck by a gust of wind. AL Hockey Baltimore ?. Providence 0. Buffalo 7, Quebec 3. (Onlv games schctiulqi. am--THIRD RACE, l i/ii miles. 3-yeir-oIds. Purse MSM. Tt» clilminfl prict $10.000. 3173 Duffer, Harris 2 (33*4) Kenavo, Resales 5 3356 Possible Task, Shoemaker .1 3373 HSDPV Dinner* Pineda 4 3356 Chief's Bully, Lambert i 3299 Wee Cellic, Plncav 3 LONC5HOT--WES CELTIC. 118 Could UD«t them , 7-2 jcllS Looked good winning last 5-2 120 Tough with this boy 3-1 116 Not overmatched here 4-1 US May be this oood 6-1 116 Chance top to bctlom 10-1 3400-- FOURTH RACE. 7 furlong. Maiden 3-vear-eld fillies. Purse S45M. 3355 We'll Betcha, Resales 3219 Eaw for 1\i\, Sellers 3355 Talking Barbedot. Harris _.._. . . Typecast Pineda . . . Follow Ihp Patlern, Vel'ez ..... 3171 Queen Nalelka, Hall 3233 Ann's Lady, Trevino ,! .1 ...- 4 5 ._.. 3 .-...10 xllO threat as weighted 115 Look for Improved rac* _... 115 May win from Inside 115 Boy best recommendation .. 115 Fiaur« to weaken . ,..,, . 115 Not with this field 115 Lilile to recommend 1.1" 1 1 4-1 . - 6-1 6-1 8-1 TMll5-l _ 20-1 Copyright IN* by Triangle Publication*, Inc. Daily Racing Form _ Los Angeles Turf Club, inc., Santa Anita Park, Arcadii, Calif., Tuesday, Feb. 35, 1H»--44th day of 73-diy wlnUr-sprirtfl meeting. Complete finishes all ract» confirmed by ofiicial photoch»rt camera. furlolw-TV1iir'oids.~PUKe"si'oo(rciilnilng prlce'saooo.' 3401-- FIFTH RACE, i furlongi. Maiden 3-year-old colls geldings. Purs* S4500. 330? Entrechat, Pincav ... ..._ 9 3309 a-Lasiino Wind, Shoemaker ,, 3 3345 Sinole Hill -Lambert ' 33:7 Obsolete, Sellers 3 3US Worlair, Teleira _. 1 Fleet Boalswain, Hall 11 Admiral Ponder, Harris 5 3309 Two Daddies, Fires J Bit of Barry, Resales . 2 3309 Brief Sojourn, Velasquez -- ,. - -12 Kacy will, Jackson . ... _. A Third Diamond, Volzke 10 . . a-Star Nasrullah, Shoe'ker 16 3347 Best Born, Hartack 13 Exulted Cyclops, Alvarez 15 _ Chiroke Bov, Volzke 14 a-- c. Whirling ham -trained entry. LONGSHOT-- TWO DADDIES. 113 Only need run his rate US Will not be far away. 118 May hold the others 118 Capable of surprising 118 Coming UP io best 113 By Fleet Nasrullah 118 By Eagle Admiral 113 Chance to surprise xl 13 Bv Town Caller 1 IS Must imorove lia By Dr. Kacy _ 116 By Sunlit 113 Stabteniate looks better 118 Not off last US Bv F.H. Russ 113 By Chiroke 3-2 6 1 6-1 8-1 10-1 .10-1 - -.10-1 .15-1 15-1 _.15-1 5" ?01 20-1 KM index Horst wt. PP 5T 3356 Gentle Barb ,, xlll 6 10 3317 Reve!'s Reward __ 115 12 1 . ... Sobrafla us i 7 .^rV^r.L y j:r.-:.::',tf I i aSJSBfim«Srj=r-ia if i? 3311 Sublet X106 7 2 3280 Painted Villty 113 5 8 3364 P*nlan 1U 9 9 *'"·* "----· --- no 10 11 114 3 5 Time-- :22Vs, :46'/s, :594s, 1:13%. Cloudy/ track sloppy. Temperature 54 emtFbarb ,, $ i.M S 3.M S 3.rt Revtl's Reward 3.60 3.00 SODTMO 8.20 Start oood from gate, won driving. Mutuel DOOl SM.670. !· Vi Sir. Fin. Jotkey odds 9-1 7-2 J-l 1-h Resales 2.30 :-^ 1-h 1-h 2-1 M. valenz. 2.60 7-lVi 6-Hi 5-1 3-2 Harmati 23.10 1-V: 3-Vj 3-V4 *n Camoas 26.20 3-'-, 2-2'A 2-Vj 5-k Cespedes 12.50 5-2'/j J-1V: 6-IV4 frV Manorny 15.20 10-3 J-Ui 9-3Vi 7-h Fires 22.10 6-h 9-l'A7.h J-'A Garza 7.20 l-l 1 ^ 10-21^ 8-h 9-5 Trevino 10.40 11-V4 12 10-2 10-2 Alyarei 96.70 12 11-Vi 11-2 11-lVi Dial 58.30 2-1 5-Va 12 12 Blum 9.10 MO?--SIXTH KACE--4 furlongs. 4-year-oldl ind up, lilliei and marei. Purst ttox. Tap claiming price HO.MO. 3329 Revel's Slipper, Blum _ 7 3321 Baby La, Shoemaker --- 4 3329 Miss Casesar, Martack 3 Clem's Gem, Sellers 1 3351 El Mlsti, Mahornev a Go Grade Go, Lambert 2 Baby's Future, Pineda 6 3303 Polly N., Plncay 5 LONGSHOT--BABY'S FUTURE. 114 Best hard to hold _ 116 Touah to catch .... .......... 116 Demands strong support ... 117 Working as it fit ........ 117 Closes well on occasion 116 Another with speed 113 Probably needs racing 116 Figures least likely ____ ,, 2-1 5-2 7-2 6-1 6-1 8-1 10-1 15-1 34M-SEVENTH RACE. furlongs. i-yaar-aM fillies. Allowances. Punt S!S». horses late while under hard urging and was up in the final strides to decision REVEL'S REWARD. The latter attended the early Dace, raced wide, took a slight lead between calls and almost lasted. SOBRADO loomed a threat from tht outside In tha upper stretch and hung. GENTLE BARB lacked early speed, saved ground on the turn, cut between J3W- SECOND RACE. 7 furlongs. 4 3352 Bargain Counter . . ..... 120 9 1 3360 Dandini ._.._ 117 2 ? 3352 Spy Fox 117 10 3 3225 Every Chance xllS 6 5 3352 Date With Ali .- 11 3 10 3352 Prosaic 120 S t 3264 Gentry .'." 117 4 6 3343 Telladream . . _ . 114 1 7 1997 Burning Steel __ 1U 1 7 3315 Win Ruler . .. 117 7 8 SCRATCHED-- Wakl Kula, Lord's Ransom, Aboulaglo, TOD Story. year olds and up. Claiming. Purse HtWO. 1-1 Vi M 1 /; 1 3V'j 1 4 Trevino 3.30 4-'/i 4-2 3-h 2-Vj Alvarez 4.40 3-2V: 2-3 2-P/j 3-k M.Valcnr. 5.70 S-'/j S-1'.i 6.1 j .j-ns Resales U.30 5-h 6-lVi 7-4 5-1 Shoomkr 8.20 2-',i 3-V: 4-'-'a 6- IV: YanCZ 3.50 6-2Vi I-\'3 8-3 fi-k Harris 23.30 10 10 9 9 Blum 21.50 9-3 9-2VV Bled Sellers 10.40 (3371) Fiery Venus, Lambert 5 3323 Commissary, Pincav 4 (3355)a-DarkSltft, Alvarez «_ 6 3319 Mamagogo, Blum 7 (3284)Laurie's Turn, Hall 2 3323 -Vallombrosa, Alvarez 1 3195 Burns Babe, Resales . 8 32B4 Anpeltune, Pierce 3 B--C. Turk-trained entrv. LONGSHOT--BURNS BABE. 120 Coming off fire win 117 Figures right there ,, 117 Dangerous with thest 117 Will force the pace 117 Closes well on occasion __ 117 Stablemate looks better H xn2 Solid lonushot chance 117 Must improve :si :£! 3404--EIGHTH RACE. 1 i/li miles. 4-vear-olds ind UD. Allowances. Fursa $10,000. '3339 Most Host, Lambert 2 3359 CX-. Isbv, Blum , _ 4 (32?3)DIzzv Batre, Pineda l 33J1 Over the Counter, Sellers 5 3385 Fast Count, Alvarez _ 3 LONGSHOT--FAST COUNT. ? Contender willi th«f?. . 1M Will try runaway race . . ... ,, 72 1?2 Mav concede the weight 6-1 11? Chance loo to bottom 10-1 , 1:H«, 1:25^5. I.M 5 W 3.H TM, J.*0 3.40 3.0* Spy Fox Mutuel Dool $127,670. Dally Double DMl $162,964. BARGAIN COUNTER broke on top/ set the early pace, without need of urging, increased his tead In the stretch and won with sDeed to saore. DANDINI raced unhurried to the turn, bore out and lacked a solid closing kick. SPY FOX raced close UD and hung. EVERY CHANCE raced uneventfully between SCRATCHED--Charming Fleet, Northern Venture, Just Alme, Noblesse Royat, Low Tension, Gay Willie. 3405--NINTH RACE. 6 Mrlongi- 4-year-olds and up. Allowances. Purse SSSflft. 3320 Curra Boy, Pierce 6 3321 Laguna Rovale, Telelra 5 3357 Comose, Resales _· 4 3357 Gallant William, Shoemaker l 3367 Pasquartello, Fires 2 33S6 Cue Card, Blum .._.,..,,,. LON05HOT-CUE £Aftb. 120 Beat him and take it an 7-s 111 Runnlnq In tough luck S-2 XI15 Factor "today 7-2 118 Tough combination to beat 4 \ 116 Showing sions of life 6-1 113 Contentions runs deeo 10-1 DAILY DOUBLE, frCtntH Urb A»irg*in Counter, PAID THIRD RACE. I 1/U miles. MaMtn 1 yiar oMi. Claiming. Putt* HOOP- 3755 Best Of Kha. 3345 Food Man _ 3209 Tea ShiD 3144 Prado Shade 3210 Glittering Affair 3317 Davlnr.i 3314 iron River 3229 Tano Tang 3244 Kidoka 3KO Abderus 7-1K I-'/! 116 . _ 111 10 _ ._ . 1 1 4 9 1 2 11-3V! j-IVS 2-Vi ,df 1# 4-P/j 5-1'/! J-V2 74i 8-1/3 1W 9-'/j 9-h 6-Vi S-3 12 12 n-s ii-j l-5Vi 1-Vj 2-Vi ' " 3-tl 4-4 6-Vj 6-2 7-3 8-3 10-5 Pierce 2 5 Rosaln 3-1'A Fires 4-V/i Trevino 5-2'/i Harmatz 6-k Cnnedei 7-5 Sellers S-3 Yanez 9-lVi Pineda 10-2 Hall 11-h Dhoemkr 12 Blum 4.50 42-J8 ^ 89.00 5.90 12.10 27.40 4.50 3.50 4.50 BETZ'S BEST Most probabU Winner--Cum Boy In Wh. Best Bet-- Duffer In 3rd. Beit Monty Prospect--l/ilst Cwiar in "win Pirlar-Belli Miri In 2nd to En- trectiit In 5th. Longsnot Special--Burns Babe. Mason's Specials BEST BET-M«t Holflll tth. BEST CHANCE BET-- Ctom Gem In Ath. PREFERRED PARLAY-- Commlitarr SPECIAL-- Angtllunt In tn. CLOCKERS TIP-Dln» Babt In slh. WHEEL HORSE-- Blooming Timts in 1st. ° BANKROLL Tint-- :23 4/5, :48 1/5, 1:404/5, 1:473/5. Departure Bay 11.00 Pie Bros Best Of KhalM Mutufl pool S155.640. 1:13 2/5/ from the outside, drew clear and won under strono urging. Plff PROS raced 5.60 4.40 wide edrlv. caught his best stride in the 6.80 4.10 final furlong and finished fastest. BEST ll.JJ OF KHALED battled for the lead from between horses on the far turn and Slackened in the drive. SCRATCHED--Verithotofu, Delta Lad, Craiv Fox, C»Dt»in Tux. Jockey Standings Trainer Standings DEPARTURE BAY broke In stride, raced close UD to the far lum without need of urging, wore down the leaders 3391--FOURTH RACE. 1 I/I miles. 4 yur olds ind'uorpu7s«" ( Ing price $4000. 3344 RomrBovs"-HZ 117 5 "3 '2-1 'SUvi IS 3238 Caesar Clrt 117 4 2 1-1 1-Vj I-'/? ?274 Caraioso 114 7 9 9-S 9-5 42VJ 3344 Sudden Storm 117 9 5 7-h 8-2VJ 4-0 3274 Amor _ ^.117 S 7 83 7-'/2 7-1 3301 Poncho Jak« IZTI 113 1 1 5-Vj 4-VV 8-1 33i3 a-LuckV Like 11710 4 3-h 3-3'/i 3-1 3307 a-Doubl« Happy _ 117 2 6-2V; 4-h 9-3 3344 Catch Me Boy . .. 113 4 6 4-2Vj S-'/j 10 a-coupitd--Double Happy Lucky Like. Time-:233/5. :474/5, 1:133/5,. 1:41 1/5, 1:542/5. Persian Rw 1C.40 3.10 1.00 Rome Bovs 3.20 2.60 Caesar Cirt _ 3.20 Start good from gate, won easily. Mutuel 0001 SI73,R35. PERSIAN RUG lagged to the far turn. 1-1 Vi 1-6 1 valen 4.OT 3-4 2-2 Trevino I.JO V.'i 3-5 Pineda 4.40 4 4 4-4 McCulT 11.70 5-2'.2 5-3'/i Blum 10.20 7-2 4-h Yaner 20.70 4-Vj 7-4 Gibbons 13.10 8-4 8-4 Mahorney 12.70 9-3 9-3 MVal. 12./0 10 10 Volzke 39.00 rallied boldly along iha outside to quickly wear down the leaders before the stretch, drew clear and won going away. ROME BOYS forced the Dace and could not match strides with the winner when roused. CAESAR CIRE sel the oace and tired. Scratched--Gold Certificate. 3372--FIFTH RACE. 4 furlongs. Maiden 3 year old colts geldings bred In Calil. Purse t4SOO. 1917 Grnna Amlgo 113 5 2 2-2'/a 3345 Fancy Silk 118 8 1 ' 5-3 Boots McCoy 11B 2 4 4-l"i 3147 Greek Show 118 3 7 4-l!'i 3149 Poona Clare 116 7 3 l-l E410 Little Hlllarray 118 1 5 3-Vi 3302 Angrie Pasch 118 4 8 7-3 3302 Choice Deal _ 118 4 4 ' l-l'/j 1-3 2-2 7-6 3-3 34 4-4 Pineda 3.90 Sellers 1.00 Mahorney 12.80 Fires 16.60 Time--:22 1/5, :46 3/5, :59 2/5, 1:12 3/5. Crania Amilo . ,,,, J.W 3.60 3.00 Fancy Silk. ._ 2.61 2.40 loots McCoy i.M Start good from gale, won handily. Mutuel DOOl S172.126. GRANJA AMIGO broke alertly, outraced POONA CLARE around the turn, drew clear from along the rail when 5-3 Shoemaker 4.__ 4-k Diaz 4.50 7-10 Ceswdes 36.30 _ 8 Trevino 59.60 straightened for the drive and won in hand. FANCY SILK rallied, raced wide and could not catch the winner In the drive. BOOTS McCOY moved closer on the far turn and hung. Scratched--Exulied Cyclops, Dr. Benson, Kino Romany, Wayward Kacy, Emperor Smith, David Oliver, First Go, Mr. Mel. 3303 Pooncarie 115 8 2 33J3 Story Bridge 115 7 7 3343 Fleering Thouoht US i 6 33» Nowheresville 118 1 9 3?iO Fleet Hostess ._.._ jc!07 4 5 3349 Hastings Song ,, 114 2 3 ?25S a-Shocs N Stockings 118 9 4 32*51 Diane's Theme US S 1 2022 a-Jen Punch 116 3 8 . l-?'/2 Shoemaker 1.5(1 2-h 2-2 2-2 Volzke 4-2 3-3 3-4 Sellers 6-Vi 5-1 43,i Pincay 7-2'/s 4-Vj 5-1 Rosalts 7-1 9-9 __ a-coupleo^--Jen Punch Shoes N Stockings. 7-h l 4-1 8-3 9 Pierce 7-'i Menell 3-3 Hall 9 Hartack 10.3 4.7'. 2.!0 9.«0 16.00 14.20 26.20 14.20 Time-:223/5, :47, :59 3/5, 1:123/5. Pooncarie SM 3.40 2.10 drew clear on 1he final turn and won in - --- full stride. STORY BRIDGE offered her Story Bridge 4.20 3.80 best bid on the stretch turn, lost ground Fleeting Thought 3.40 and hung while in the winner's wake. Start good from pate, won driving. *"' --"····* " -- - ^ Mutuel cool 9194,366. POONCARIE broke In stride, outraced HASTINGS SONG for the early lead. FLEETING THOUGHT was unhurried early, moved closer and could make little headway in the drive. Scratched--Determined Hatel. 33J4-- SEVENTH RACE. furlongs. «"Vear aids ind at. classified allowances. Purse SBOOO. 3305 Ottawa Hills ,, 120 4 4 3205 Roval Blast . 116 2 3 3339 Big John A -- X113 3 5 3313 Sharivari 115 7 1 3250 Road Maker II 114 6 2 8349 Dauohfnv 114 5 7 .... Tamoa Trouble 113 1 6 4-1 7 4-1','j 3-4 2-2 1-n Pincay l-2'.'l L2 2-3 Hartack 5-4 4-2Vi 33 Rosalcs 2-h 3-2 4-4 Pineda 5-2 5-1 Pierce -5 4-12 Shoe'kcr 7 F-'ires 4-h 4-1 7 1.40 20.10 4.70 1.60 13.10 15.60 Time--:22 1/5, :45 1/5, :574/5, 1:104/5. around the turn, responded in'thTdriVe Ottawa Hills . 4.EO 3.40 3.00 --' ul """·· " .-- ·· ·· · Roval Blast ll.« «.«» Big John A 3.10 Start good from gale, won driving. Mutuel nool 550J.333. OTTAWA HILLS caught his best stride early, forced the pace, was under rating and rauoht ROYAL BLAST in the final strides, the latter took a clear lead ear- Iv, increased his margin around the turn and gave way grudgingly. BIG JOHN A. lacked early speed, improved his position but could make little headway. No scratches. 33J5-- EIGHTH RACE. 7 furlongi. 3 Purse S25.000 added. Cross H?,S56. To lourlh S2»0. year old fillies. Tne Santa Yner SlakTsT winner J1B,300, second SSOOO, Ihird 53750, 3323 Poona Downs 33»)Dumofv's Lady 3215 Lover's Quarrel 3215 Hastv Hitter 3323)£aster Junction 3323 Prove It Girl _ (3M5War Khal .. 3J4f Petitc's Cuncake 3215 l-ynnc's Orphan .. 112 2 6 113 3 2 lit 4 7 . 118 S 4 118 1 9 116 6 3 11J 9 1 5-4 $? 7-V j* 6-'/i 8-1 Time--:22, :45 1/5, 1:10 4/5,1:24. Poona Downs _ 21.0 ».20 4.M Dumplyi Lady 4.40 3.!0 Lovers Quarrtl 3.20 Start good from gale, won driving. Mutuel pool 5201,587. POONA DOWNS Broke slowly, lagged to the far turn, rallied along the outside to catch DUMPTYS LADY in the stretch and drew away while the rider switched his whip Intermlttingly from side to side. DUMPTYS LADY broke alertly, shared the early lead, drew clear on the turn and gave way slowly to mid-stretch then l-'/j 1-3 Shoe'ker 10.60 2-2 2-3 Pincav 2..:0 3-4 3-2Vj Pincay 3 40 4-? 1-2 Fires U£0 S-'/a 5-4 Pierce 3.60 4-3 6-4' Harlsck 9.60 8-h 7-n Yanez 26.20 '·3 8-4 Mahorney 40.30 9 9 Sellers 7.00 could not match strides wilh the winner. LOVER'S QUARREL offered her best bid on the turn after emerging from close ouarfers and hung In Ihe drive. HASTY HITTER lost ground attending 'hE early pace znci tired. EASTER JUNCTION lacked parly 5De ed and checked when blocked alono fhe rail on the far turn. PROVE IT GIRL was an SKjy; factor and weakened. LYNNE'S ORPHAN was outrun while unable to handle the track. Scral'- h M--Fourth round. ' " 8 " m ""' * V " r """ * ""' F ' ur! «~» 5M - Top clai 3351 Winrlv Point. .. 119 7 I !·}'/) 3342 Conrov Kid 11J 6 7 1-3 3342 Road Hog '.IS 1 3 4 U J304 Cuslnwo -...!» 3 4 5 - ' j 3371 Pioulta ... xlOB 5 5 3-2'/! 332 Me Brave . i_!20_4__6_6 _ ' 7-2 2-3 i-3'.j 1-h 6 5-1 4 - 7 4 3 3.'/, 3 h 6 ·'/; 6 !imc-.'V42/S, :492/5, 1:144/5, l:0, 1-524/5. Windy Point ».JO 440 3.« Conroy Kid 5.«0 3.80 Road Hog 2.60 Siart good from gale, won driving. Mutuel pool--5197,034. Totai mutucl handle sl.477,225. Attendance--15,047. WINDY POINT broke on top, look back off the tarly pact, rallied In (hi inv 2-2' I- 1 -? Pineda 3.60 1-t ?-3'.'j Mahorney 4 30 5-?'. 3-n Yanci 7 30 3-'-; 4 4 Fires 3.80 4-',j 5-3 Resales 9.eo _ 6 6 Sellers 4.50 middle of the Irack truouolTlhc slretch" to wear down CONROY KID and won allout. The latter moved to the early lead without need of urging, set an easy pace to the stretch, resoonded but could not hold. ROAD HOG had no J.nwg to Hie, final lurn, rallied and finished willingly. Scratched--Sloop To Conoucr, Lue Card Jockey Donald Pierce Laffit Pincay. Jr. ,,._. x-Rudy Resales Walter Blum John Sellers ,, Jerry Lambert A.L. Diaz Eddie Belmonte Mario Valenzuela X Apprentice 190 27 29 _ 237 25 21 _223 24 38 183 20 :.. 137 14 Trainer Fsrrell W. Jones Chas. Whittinrjham _.. M.E. Millerick Noble Threewitt R.L. Wheeler Warren Stute H.C. McBnde V/.J. Hirsch C.A. LomisfcftV Larry Rose 85 16 12 13 81 10 12 10 7 9 5 " Kretschmer Wheat Germ could take you and turn on. Energy. Activity. Go, go, go. That's what the world demands. To keep up, your body demands energy foods like Kretschmer Wheat Germ. Actually, it's the world's most nutritious natural cereal. It'll help send you out into the world bright- eyed and bushy-tailed every morning. And feeling just about as frisky when you come home at night. Look for Kretschmer Wheat Germ, regular or with sugar 'n honey. In your grocer's cereal section. 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