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Pag* C-4-- INDEPENDENT lung ttuh, CUM., Tutmay, Fed. J, IT Fanfare \\ r^K \ 2-2 ·.-.·-.:.,.«*.« ^r s/ \F I PlPNT VO THAT "f 3 · §1 CSCE IN A NVWLE-I'P }~ ! Ji ,. -- . -i CITY LEAGUE BASKETBALL Svbort (2) F Wa sh F Bouah (16) C Rus$cl (7) G Doonum (?) G Aioms subs; Tanl ( i ) , lawa (6). W.slde Ch. ol C. (36) Dorr Mrigninon (?) F f'corlmiin (S) t- ' Bcwer (52) C Runvon (9) G \Vhllakcr (2) G Wcifside sub',: Krunic Domlnyuer Mibs: Ball CGI. Hghts. Mclh 3) True Polh II (?) F btiacklcton (1) F Newman (2) C Cummlngs (13) G Adler (13) G Lot Allos Methodist (14) Heads (6) F Henderson (6) F Marshall C " Sen s G Kr tozberp (J) G isl Lutheran subs: L Woller (7). Vlkes 111} Pedcrson r Uovolnv 1 101 F Soraguc (Ji C. Han 'and G Moreno (3) G Vikcs subs: C'ark (4), P-T Stingers 137) Lot t PolHi (7) F lihibiev (B) r H-inion (1) r. Wil iflms (U) f, Jen iinns (?) G Los Alflmitos subs: Vfl (10). Vaughn's (13) Fire London 1- G i M s W F R.irton (81 C Ha;«rd (4) G Delnssl (21 G F re Dept. subs: Robe llnrvcilers (34) is Brown (?) F Naih (?) c Shuffurd Ml) G Hun er (4) G Black Eaglet [50} Gray wmi ey (2) F Kirnbail (?D F Jacobson (17) C Over (10) G Edwards G 1st Congregational 133) I Mars (11) F Hcvarlh (91 h McConnell (8) C Pfliiero u) i Bennett (2) G MLB Preiby. (4) 1 Brahams (15) t- Kain (3) F Baldwin (ll) C Yarner (8) G Kuykcndctll O) G 7nd Preshvlerian subs: Wr!l (X). VETERIIY Yutani (S) Iwamolo (?) Nl'-hino (?] Miya (?) Ohi, H), Mori BrunUev B.itf, (13) Lrvi (6 Brvonl (3) Hirommus (5) '(6). II Mem. Ban. 34 ijitcv M) 0'Oulnn (M Miller 19 Wood (19) Donncll (11) lit Luth. (IB) Woller (4) K.ihnla (6) Schincr (8) Paloc (4) Humficld (1) uhrscn (8), J. Cart Ion (H) V.inKIrk (9) ,V,oU H) KIIIMI nor (E) Bishon (?). la. Center (40) Mflrtlnci (4) Lorn 14) G.irr.M (8) Austin (10) LODCi ouei ( 4 ) . Mad/ Dent. Proi (in Ldmhrakr, l ! } Shaw (1) Brov,n (3) Knoricr (.1) Kdine (·!) son (SI, Moncr Christian (46) Santa Anita Consensus 1 BETZ (53) 1 : Pappa's AM · i Gulden Mel You 8.K. 9 Sunklsied ·· Marty Obblnk 1 Blue Hue Q Star Dust Fve W LaBellcHelenc Spaws A 1 Cherokee MISS ' DccllncAndFa'l 5 Galla Alia Tempestuous 1 Pvrrhus ft Dotted Swiss V Mr. Vale · King's Salute 7 Anlsado Nickel 8ov 1 b-Andrcw Alan 8 Treasure Hunt Flaoo'i Bnndll i HoncM 1 McGUIRE (44) TERRY 4I) Paopa's All Paopi'l AH SAvape Doy JohnL. Sullivan Martfn's Flash Golden Mel HOLLY «J 1 Conttntui (51) Psppa's All Pappa's All (if) Golden Mfl Golden Mel (S) Savage Bov Savage Hov o MartvObblok 1 Blue Hue (Marty Obblnk 1 MartvObbmK(12) Pvlndes Marly Obblnk Blue Hue 1 Qlue Hue (7) HonieTn.Hcro 1 Pops Lilly 1 Sadie Hawkins 1 Sunklssed (4) Roval Assent I Slnr Dust Fve 1 LaBrllfHelene 1 StarDuilEve(IO) Spaws * LaBelleHelene i Star Dust Eve 1 La Belie He . (9 LnBeUeHHenc 1 Spaws 1 Roval Aisent ' Rovat Assent (! Cherokee Miss ' Nascanla 1 Llnlta Cherok.Mlss(12) Llnlta Ctirtokei; Miss 1 Cherokee Miss Nascanla (6) Nascantn Llnl a 1 Nascanlu Llnlta (/) Tempestuous Pyfrhus Galla Alia Tempestuous Mlrtauoh Galla Alia Dotted Swiss ! Dottrd Swiss Mr. Vale Romanlncense Romanlncense Mr. Vale TeniD«fuous Temocsluous(l4 Pvrrhus Galla Alia (8) Galla Alia Pvrrlius (7) Dolled Swiss DollcdSwissdSI Mr. Vale Mr. Vale (7) King's Salute Rom. Incense (31 Anfsado · b Andrew Alan ! Nickel Bov ' Anlsado (II) fa-Andrew Alan ! Anlsado [ b-Andrcw Alan b-AndrcwAlan(9 MlddlcBrother ; Nlckcf Bov ! Anlsado Nickel Boy I/) Treasure Hunt Flagg's Bandit Amerind Treasure Hunt Tcddv Bov i Biplane Treasure Hunt Treas.Hunt (16) BlDlane Flngo'sOandlt(7 Flago't Bandit Biplane (3) Santa Anita 'Cap i i Pir 1TOV PFT7 TUESDAY. PEB. 2-- 27TH DAY OF 55-DAY MEETING. WEATHER RAINY; TRACK MUDDY. FIRST HOST KOO P. M. LISTED IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE. FIRST RACE-- 3 FURLONGS. 2-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN COLTS AND GELDINGS. CALUREDS. PURSE J4,000. PI* Horse Jockey Wt. Comments Odds 7 Paooa's All (l. voieniuela) .. .. MS ADDcars lo hold an edge _.._ 7-5 J Golden Mel (l.oiqdcn) . .. 118 Have Mm lo beat 5-7 5 You B. K. (bhoemakeo 18 Can and must improve ^...^...^ ·! 14 John L. Sullivan (Shi ol ) IIS Mdv do Idler on _ ...4-1 Lc:-oci (Hichardson) ,- 18 Imbtos-Love f-actor . 8- I Gel Yc Well (P. 2 Ouolh (Burn-.) 6 Ronnie's Ace (Gi 16 Frcipht Mailer (E 13 Count F-cl (Macs 9 Martin's Flasn (C I? Bill Svkcs (Tiinig Moreno) 115 BetnwoocJ-Fny Lcorow 10 113 Poor race onlv start _..,, 15-1 sson) 11B Hailed lo threaten _ 2 0 1 el . 1IB Count Soeed-Fclici. ._. 70-1 ornDisJ 18 Roval Martin-Hlbhland Flare 25- uthi) 113 Figures to trail ...._ ,, .75-1 10 Veoai Bcindid (Mundorf) . 113 Hardly 15 Dlncro (Kccnc) 1 3 Suronsc 3 Teles Aqolc (A. Vrtlen ucla) 118 Ldtkcd orcscnl form 2! lioublc IMesc 30-1 if close. 30 speed all the wav 30-1 "" SECOND" RACE-- 6'.i FURLONGS~CLAIMiNG.""4-YEAR-OLDS~A~UP7^~L~ATMlNG PRICE 53,500. PURSE S4,000. l Sunklssed (Lee'ing) . . i?2 Could unset them 4 7 Marly Obbink (Lnnoway) ., . ^106 DHiiuerous di d lavoi te 5 2 12 Blue Hue (Lonodcnj ll/ Best .1 bold Ihreat. 3 1 15 Popi Lilly (Yakal 114 Outside chance If st.irl 72 13 St.ir R.idid'ice (F 6 Malnvai (Pi'.-iec) 5 Sadie Hawkins ( 14 Deer Call (Lona 9 PvMdes 1 IreiO'-t 1 Brian HkVcv M. 11 Child'r-. Piny (Gh 7 ADOralvnse (Grif J Bc-Cloud (Shlrota LONGSHOT-- EAS^ ~THIRD RACE-^6 f? M.ir rjust Eve " 15 Ld Belle Hclcnc . Moreno) . .. H3 V.'ill .end lor ,1 v/hiic 0 117 Not loo clcD?nd.iblc. 1. 1 Neves) . . . . ll Trailed last star!. i l . ._ . 1 1 6 Long Idle, average works 50- 1 116 V.'innlno rarc-i lor between. ... 70- V,iienzucla) 16 Give him n ricc. 20-1 f t h s ) . . . . 1 6 Seldom in Ihc hunt. 2 5 1 ) . . . 116 Surorisc if c'oic. . . .._. 25-1 FOUR. FURLbNGS~MAIOEN~3~-Y"EAR-6Lo~FILLIESr PURSE"S4,500~ (liurlcn)' " ' H5~Working a s ' i f ' f r t . . 5-? (Bol.ind) _ MS The tavorile if st.irtj 2-1 10 Roval A»«nr (Bound) US Will bear wdtchlno. __ 6 1 1 Quollent (Lanowov) . xMO Showino slyns of life __ 61 6 LUtie Gdniciter (Macsc) _ US Had a rouoh trio. _ 81 5 Slepped Up (Picric) us Noor-Zenada. . ... 101 16 Hit Review (Leon) 115 Will have 'o improve _ 151 13 The W.ivc (Toniquchl) 115 Occanus II Lady Caval _ 301 7 Finnnuflln (T.inipuchi) MS Hcods an easier vpot 701 4 Sail Lnkc (Hcvci) 115 Tcugli spot lo (jraduate 75-1 4 Lotus Bush (Volzkc) ,, . 1 5 T railed badly lost slarl. 25-1 8 Hiin.jJ.iv.i (A. V« cn;uc:..) 115 Gi/c her d pass,. . . . 251 LONGSHOT-- THE CLASS. "FOURTH RACE-- i MILE." ALLOWANCES. S-YEAR-O-D FILLIES. PURSE $5,000. 4 Nnsr.iinla iStioofndKcr) ll? Ready tor best race. 2-1 3 Decline And Fall (Neves) 112 Looked good winning last. 3-1 7 Lmfla (Boi.indJ . . ...- 1 2 Not overmatched here 6 1 6 Can't Sleep (1. Va'cniuela) H? Diinocrous with this bov. 8 ' / Arlior (Lttnowny) 107 Sol:rl lhre.it as weifjhfcd 10-1 Miss JoseDliine (Haun) . .. x 07 Touflti soot to flfflduatc 15-1 LONGSHOT-- CAN'T SLEEP. "FIFTH RACE-- i,', MILES." CLAIMINGI^J-YEAR OLDS. "TOP"CLAIMING""PRICE i1?,500. PURSE «,500. 11 C-alla AIM (l.onoden) . .. 114 Could o 17 Tempestuous (Shoemaker) ... . IH V.'ill oo 9 Pvrrhus (Marie) ... U P.isrcr 10 MirlAuflrt (L.inowav) .... ,.. *109 Rcaurrcs 1 Giant Guv (Lori" 6 Jcforno (Campus 120 V*oft l,is 11 F.vr e 8 On So lien (Neves! ... 117 PiifHed 4 Potfnl Rou^-irl (Picrcct M Pooi ru _LONGSHOT-GIANr GUY. 3 wire lo wire 4-1 (fir f.lvontc 5-j irld tooflv. 3-1 beit r,icc. 6 i tfi gocd enougll ^-1 mainsl bcliei. .. 8 1 t il bl7 cdd^ 10-1 cnt form. 10-1 k l.m M.T!. l.s-l nliicpri too low. . 15-1 .1 Irillc nigli. 10-1 c.cs lo easier. _. . 7 0 1 S5.000. 7 Dotted Swiss (A V.ilcnzucial . 170 Repeat o( last nood cnouah. '. . 65 5 i',',i . Vint bliuC'iitiM.'! l . i hn.c n m lu bcdl . i 1 9 King 1 -, S.ilulc (Mundoif) IH F.illcd against Ihc top one 4 1 1 Honirtn inccnip (Burns) IH U'.ually clo-.es well .. .,,. 6 1 7 Tkk Me (BrKm.in) Ill V/»:i have to Improve 10-1 5 Roller Rrri (NrvrM 117 Only ,1 lorinshot ihanf.e 10-1 8 Biyu II (Umow.iv) /10A Far olf \vininnn 'orrn. 1 5 ' 4 Aly Tudor |P '/.orpni) 114 F.rlcd lo Ihtr.jtcn ?0 ' 6 II l.iiulilero UMnov/) .. 17 Poor race only sl,vr. 2 3 1 LONGSHOT-- ROLLER RED. SEVENTH RACE- 6'Ani\ndo (BoMncO l'« MILES ON~TURF. THE r "COMMUNITY"ctilT5TS HANO'l- 119 Unlucky Dunri (4) '10 h Andrew Al.-,n (ShocimtV er) 110 ClcicrJ Dcmiiilon (ID Lvdic (ft) on Control* (40) Mi re 14) Olion (15) Punder (3) Austin (6) M Her ctri. Cnanei Uvi Rdbmussen 9) Sterutl ( 6) C.Stcrud 1?) Hcaseiv (2) Huskfl id Presby. (22) J.0*ens (31 Markliam (31 Bccktold (31 Srnfern (5) UMIIcrs (?) Uhdc (2), Bro.id- to lose I.TSI . .... f 1 vcl? to'wn° U " C °' C ...T1 3-1 4 Gierk Star (Cririow) 12? Wlllino but «n touoh. .... 61 8 a-Gflwain (A Valcniirela) 113 Strm up Prom winning race fil 3 b-Blue Wind Bov (Shoemaker) 103 Trailed easier fields. J i 1 Shirrs Prince (Lonoden) 11? Hot on present form. 10-1 9 P.Tlrolnitjn Pete (T.imauchi) ID? Good race aginns! clarmcrs 15 1 ? a-Rovaurnonl (A. Vdleiuudn) _.. 113 Shblemale looks betlcr 8-1 1 F'mKy II (Pierce) . 12 P'-inurrs amonti straoolcrs 70-1 a~ K. C. Jenscn-tr.iined entry. b-- H. Jacoos-lr. lined crtry. LONGSHOT-- PATROLMAN PETE. "EIGHTH RACE-- TI MILES. CLAIMING^-YEAR-OLDS'A uprTOP~cCATMirTG PRICE 57,000. PURSE S4.500. 6 FiaoH'i Bandit (1 Valeniucla) 116 Never boiler jhan now. 5-2 8 Honest (C-vnnas) ... 117 Will make his presence felt. .. . 3-1 ·l Maritime Fleet (Griffiths) _.. 117 Good race ol bio odds. 6 1 1 Rlnlanc (Munr.orf) . 117 F.ili worki to recommend 8-1 5 Tecldv Bov (T.imguchil . 116 Best could l.tkr it all 10 3 Amerind (Dooling) . x!08 Hart a rouoh trip 10 1 7 Gale Sm.v.hpr CAac,e) ll/ Pmtjrrs In wcakon . 1 S 1 9 v Biuc G. i( (Burrii) .,116 Far ott wmnino form. 201 LONGSHOT-- T E D D Y BOY.' VRIAN BEGIN? Further Final De Dr. Alex Harthill, prominent Kentucky veterinarian, examined the C. W. Smith thoroughbred star, Hillsdale. Monday at his Santa Anita barn but reserved judgment on whether an ankle injury would force the horse into either permanent or temporary retirement. Hillsdale, winner of more than $500,000 last year, has not started this year at Santa Anita, suffering a swelling on his left front ankle just prior to the San Carlos Handicap Jan. 9 when he had been scheduled to make his debut. Dr. Harthill ,s icnt more than an hour checking the swelling and then .said he wanted to see additional X-rays before he made n rcc- X-Ra cisioi ommcndation, next day or t\v The swelling respond to ti several weeks iina-brcd horse for his first weeks last We ing five furlong AFTER" THE er Marty Fallo swelling return and owner Sm Harthill for his horse's future uas tlic veler rccommendatio took originally the horse that n.'iH in purses invostment of 5 An outManc SWORD DANCER 4' IN 1ST HIALEAH S r MIAMI W)-- Sword Dancer, 1959 horse made his winter debut at Hialeah Park Mor ished fourth in a seven-furlong race won h aging Argentine-bred. Petare ran the distance in 1:23 1/5 on a f defeated Fair and Hnlskin's Master Palvnch Sword Dancer carried 12fi, most of it Arcarn. "1 was as hard on him as I could be coming out for the tirst lime, but we certa excuses," Arcaro said. "He just didn't hav kick. What 1 think may have fouled us up \ didn'l do much running (he first part of it, I (ried to get o those other horses thcv h; left, too." i EX/UIINA1lOiX ys Postpone i on Hillsdale probably in the grass stars will clash today o. in the featured S 1 0.000 Com- j appeared to munity Chet Purse at a mile oalment after and one-quarter. Anisndo, and the Indi- Greek Star, Nickel Boy and was sent out Andrew Alan share the favor- drill in three itcs' roles. s in 1:02. D DRILL, train- fvi "* w reported the \_JLlt ed to the ankle ,,th sent to Dr. , (Co " U , . , love to advice on the . Dr. Harthill 'TM tcd inarian whose ,, n , a n owner Smith ^ gabo in purchasing ,° 'V,. ias won SB-16.- ", ; u ' on an original ""' 25,000. . | 5 ins field of| motor c PMiNidclDhi TIT 1 1 1 MOsilrv ·*-·»* ( umbrln 1 Gcl.l FART l£"i l l/\Jll M?lta' ' Rulilck C of the year, UMI,. «i day and fin- nD olii"TM y Petare, an as! track and Mos ly a nose. Dotted ockev Eddie Best 2nd. tor a horse Rest inly have no Spaws e that extra Win as fltat they in 1st so thai when 4th. d something Lonp Boy in lor Tops imberlain Kied From Page C-l) but we haven't been yet." preliminary game, the nds clowned their way l-.'i2 victory over Ihc mitos Navy, pels for boih games g" outh activity program. Salesian I-'athers, pro- f Hie games. i (103) Minneapolis (%) i 3 F P T G F P I 7-4 S )ft fl.v.-lor IS 6 fi 3 i6 0 0 3 16 L.IIUSSO .1 7-3 1 8 3 12 7 7 3 F e P i » 1 0 0 6 7 6-6 1 8 Hundlev 7 3-d 4 17 S 1 2 ? 13 Leonard j 0 1 1 6 3-3 3 3 K i c b s 7 1 1 J 5 1-7 0 13 Sdvv 4 0 0 3 fi 0-0 1 6Hawk ns 6 2-4 2 14 0-0 0 0 MO 19 103 ToUi · ! l l S ) l - 2 9 6 icorc: Ptiiladeloliirt i4, Minnc- i;r/' i{i:.s'i' Probable Winner- Swiss in 6lh. 3el -- Siinkissed in Money Prospccl -in 3nl. Parlay-- Pappa's AH (o Cherokee Miss in shot Special-- Teddy . 8th. McGuire's Specials Beit Btt--Tflmpeilysui In ilh. Beit Chinee ·et-MfltflVil m 2nd. Across The Board--Amerind In Ilh. Preferred Partly--Chtrokee Mitt t Dotted Swl». Bankroll Special--Pappa't All In lit. Clocker 1 * Tlo--Star Dull Eve In 3rd. Basketball Scores Ptopirdint 6P, COP 49. Kumboldt St. 55, San Franclico SI. 42. Sacramento $1. 71, Occidental 70. Cincinnati 96, Drake 61. We it Virginia 10), VMI 71. Ohio SI. 99, Michigan 52. Michigan St. 84, Mfiineiola 63. Alabama 61, Vandecbilt 54. Mlsilnlpol 76, LSU 61. Te»nei5ec M - Florida 6B. Indiana /6, Northwestern 58. Tejtdv A5.M 6'y, U$F 45. Pfinceton /O, Colgate 5/ T.iinoa 8J, Florida SI. 69. Tutanc 51, Mli^ljilpul 51. 47. Colorado 70, Iowa SI. 55. NebrAskn 64, Mljsogrl 59. Montana 86. Montana St. 71. Chapman 69, UC Davli 3f. SERVICE Ft. Mcadg 58. Fl. Lee 50. Basketball Schedule At Jordan Hlgrt-7:15-A*semblv flvmnl-i vs. 1st Ch. ol Brethren; 8:15--Jesters vs. L.B.N.S. Slee'er*; 9:15--Torn Norcrosi Conil. vs. Clnto ^cMayo. At Mlllikati HID-7:15--Police Oept. vt. Parks lexaco; 8:15--Doasdl vs. independents; 9:15-1st Presbyterian vs. Willow 51. Ch. ol God. At Washiimion Jr. High -- Ooeii for or Alike. OPEN IOWLINO MtH MUltto M MOM., TUIS., WU. All YOU CAN C BOWL FOR . $ CROWN BOWL Arttiii «^ «»«(· CALIFORNIA FEDERAL SAVINGS' $l/2-BILLION SUCCESS PARTY ENDS SOON! NEW SAVINGS OR ADDITIONS Open your savings account by February 10 - earn from February 1! 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