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Page C-2-1NDEPENDENT *-· »""" "- "" HANK IIOLLINGVVORTH- xtfiilivc Siwrh Editor % The first person here is never one; to fret much '. about such tinsel-wrapped items as · all-star^ teams, · · : AH- America -clubs "or various' ratings of individual. l p P * ? . , . · However, the latest heavyweight, ratings of 'that "bible ·' .of men who inhabit Cauliflower Alley or Queer Street leaves even the most disinterested person, somewhat confused. That "bible," Ring "Magazine, doesn't even list Archie Moore among ^don^tMnk OldTrdi is .a Louis," Marciano or Patterson, but he certainly rates recognition over at least · TMe of the 10 ··top" contenders to Floyd Patterson. Look at -Nat Fleischer s list of 10 contenders and see if you think any would.be favored over Archie if 'they got up enough, nerve to contest ' h t m i'Eaaie Machen; 2. Zora Foiley; 3. Wlllla Pastrano; 4. ' Kov HarV 3. Pat McMurtry; 6. Nino Vuldes; 7. Mike DeJohn; 8 TOe Bethea; 9. A!ex Mlteft; 10..; I n , e m a r ^^oteexception in that group might be Machen, who looms as the only possible -challenger available for Patterson at ,?his time, (Machen deserves a shot at Patterson since Floyd WOOLF o w n Thompson, though; Moore - can be ranked below such characters as Harris, Valdes, , De- . '.John, Bethea, Miteff and Johansson is beyond fP^ta. : · My first thought wad that Archie ha* oHmvded the prime -.minister, James B. Norrls. Did Archie Insist that NorrJs use ; his (Moore's) secret Aborigine reducing: formula. · I guess not, but Fleischer's explanation was that Moore -'·has not competed recently against 'name' heavyweights! Mr. - .Fleischer, explain this: How can a man compete against lads ~: W :-TVhy is°Hwris on the list, then? The Ruy from Cut and - - Shoot, Texas, is in the Army and Inactive. McMurtry's latest I! fight wns » loss to Wllli. Bosmanott. (horrors)! Valdes already - hiis been slaughtered by Moore. · ' nm ^, -'. DeJdhn KO'd Miteff, but hasn't fought in^seven months -'Miteffs latest conquest was a decision - over Tony Gagliardi r ' (whoever he 'is, I don't know) . ' : Bethea wfls beaten by a light heavyweight, Harold John: son, in November. And Rood old Swede Johansson ;came - through with flying colors by recently declslonlng n real can- '.-·vasbnck, Archie McBrlde. . ~ - Foiley actually never has met a rated heavyweight, while : :pastranoVlast rated opponent was Harris-EIGHT MONTHS - Archie, at least, has kept busy in Brazil and Rio De ^ani r,:S6 -he beat nobody. So who in the top 10 (outside of Machen) -'··is-somebody? ' -k ic ~k -·- * - THE CHABACTEKS who reside in the heart of Smog City :~and type out sports columns for an existence-ana who have --'discovered suddenly that ' basketball is a sport-are quite ·t Sen 4is vveek to note that Long Beach has two fine week- "· ·· Ubi 1 " IS coming nere ^ i/iuaj jugm. against ireppera , " -Oregon State. Stanford, UCLA and SC will be here for a pair - lot doubleheaders on the following weekend. nTMTM - . · Commented ono follow: "Imagine! In two.weeks .Oregon . ·State and Stanford'will be. here against SC and UCLA:-bringing here probably .the strongest team in lhe_ league in - 'the Beavers, with each Beaver game having a bearing on the : championship-and the games will be played at Long Beach! - ^Pretty goshawful situation; isn't it?" ,'····'· Then another cantliflato.declared: "Why does a place like - Long Beach · have to be given such tremendous basketbal 1. .-games like they're getting the next two_weekends Whats the matter with Los Angeles? Who's going to pJot his gas- filled buggy through the fog to Long Beach even to see these · five fine games? Not me." ' . . We'll suffer along without you, Mnc. (And nren t you- tne creature who wrote 34 month* n K o that basketball never would be a major sport In Southern California and 13 months · ago' that, despite the purchase of Wriploy Field by the Dodders, the Brooklyn club NEVEK would be transferred to T.. A.?) ··"' We'll miss you--you old jewel of consistency! : ~ * * * i WHAT THEY'RE SAYING . . . . ' - Jim Gentile, Dodger youngster who was injured last woeK in n, Sim Francisco auto accident: "I'll be okay by the time ' spring training starts, but.! sure hope Gil Hodges becomes a · catcher to replace Roy Campanella. That way, I d get a '-- chance at fulltime first base duty. I know I can do it, I ]us.t : need the chance. My San Francisco pal, Gino Cimoli, didn t . get recognition until an injury to another player gave him' ' ^ Irv Kazc, ex-Hollywooder now publicizing for Pittsburgh: ' "The Pirates will' have the youngest team in the National · League this season. Their average is 25.8 years!" - · Del Crandall, Milwaukee catcher: "I'll tell you writers one ' kid- you'll hear from soon--Don McMahon, our fireballing rookie pitcher. This kid really hurts your hand when you catch him. He pitched 47 innings of relief last season and didn't give up one homer. He's just wild enough to prevent batters from taking a toehold at the plate. He ended the season with a tremendous 1.53 earned run average.". Forrest TwoROod, SO- cage coach: "What's going on at Berkeley? Cal just enrolled Fred Crabtrec, that great soph who played at UCLA last season, and will enroll Billy (The Hill) McGill, the 7-footer who transferred to a San. Francisco highSschool last week/ When they transfer a kid from a Southern California high school to one in Northern .California to get him ready for college, I'd say that's going a little too far. What are they trying to do, stay in USF's class every year?" . 'Anita Results Grand Tudor, Boland ... 7.2 the From.left Adams.--(AP Photo.) Woolf . Memorial Award from Mrs. Genevieve Woolf, Gayer, widow of guard .of honor composed of jockeys who previously won the award. Mrs. Gayer, . Ralph Neves, Ray York and Johnny Santa Anita 'Cap BY ROT BETZ ..... Koyal Pen, FBBKVARY 13--J«t». D»t ·* »»^?V 'Vi'' nhfcr Track Fast First Post 1:00 P. W. AD IK UM)£" OF PBBWllUENOE. FURLONGS.: I I Y J t , J .Mnllnt. Wt. 118 i- .Horse Joel" 6 Mr Elllel (Arcaro) ... ---0 Oscar O, (Burton) ....-- - "f ;-^ U Ra?m°o'nT ,^ eV V.'lUuilaC: » 1 He'sadoll (Boland) .....: " B Nth Derree (Ycaia) ., ---- Frlnce Cohen (Westrops) . 118 ,, Man J ' (York) . 9 3 CriduloiurrfaaMer.'.-.- 4 Pair Sada (H Moreno) -5 Say Neljrh tVolike) 1 Sum Reward (Lewis) His Squ»l (Haranaa) Lucky Mine rolacoroelll) -- Comment Fine works for. deout. .. Served notice last start, Seldom far airay. ---... Tad a rou B h.trip,,,,,.,.. -- 118 ..... 113 118 .,,_ 118 Bred lor speed, -Torello-Rebel. .........^~ poor effort only start; .... Phil -D.-Keen. ...» .'. · Never finished close, ... Should scratch · out. Far back only start. Hi^leah Results Clear and FaC FIRST BACK-- 1/» mllei: . 15.00 ...20 '.4.*0 3.30 - I I MI* («D IMeOCTMCIB) I TERRf (82) I HOIXY («7 I Consensus (»3) , *_ v"«r_t u . , . B H n i I H»'inrinll I nspar G. I OscarO. (10) Tto- Up, Firm -Ruler, Ml. Stirling 'Hlrplt, Biyco, Cue pasie and Abbt Dryad alio "SECOND Anirtrion;"HarUck" --'...- ' 3M 2,10 Ozahcah. Vlsselman. «-· - 3-80 Time-:l:oO%;'. Nobel J.ac, K.l's Dreani, Spicy Tour. Sunny Sag; Dumar Count Drama: Blue-Book; over- the-Top and aaber Duel also ran. .. T)«lly double paid $I20.»0 uffsoNss! '"«» j.« n r 5 Sa?i,r?^Ku.e..i°:" £8 Time--'33W. ylghtinr Dot,. Kathy H Vault Lord's Kose, Elray MlM, Slater Rose, Cobul, Mine Now, f-peb- ble CaitU, 1-Bnokapt .and 1-Love Countess alio ran. f--. -- - -- -- 1l/_ *!,,,»·- 3.90 '7.00 4.30 Count«3S aiio r*n. i--*.««i. FOUBXH RACE--1'A nUlM: ACtlril, GUerln...... lli.SO 5.70 · I'rf Kl B 9 J ·| p «. CALBKBBS. 3 .Lefty l*e- (Shoemaker) -. S Trojan Rey (Boland) !^t^^W,ra=r 0 Black Bandit (Neves) .......... 4 Regally Yours (Aragunul) 5 Free Bed (Ferguson) 6 Gunsmith H..Moreno) -. 2 Llmetreat (York! --· 2 Jim -Madlgan r 7 Famy (Maese) 9 .Rose P. (SKuse) -. 5 Polished Flame (Ycaia^ .: 11* Ill ._ Ill ..JC105 109 .... 108 ... Ill ... 106 ... Ill ... Ill Good race despite trouble Strictly the one to beat Comes, oil (tame win. Even race against btijer. Winning race one back. .. Good Del Mar races. Bumped, lost all chance. Just beat the top one Eighth In last three starts poor winter - races, --...... Beat only one horse. --. surprise If clos · Needs an easier spot. ...-Should, scratch out · _.--Badly, beaten last start. -- QooOV races far between. Guarlco. · Brooks ... Tlme^-2:35*. Georrt Pilot. Danny Boy 2nd. I 2nd. Blackway; Jubltx, and Altruistic also ran. lotllla, Brogue Pistole Time -- woodbrooki. Ancient Greek, ML Olivet, Intelligent; Major Speed, soyal Jester. Whlftledy Cults. Bit O sport and Restricted also Tan. SIXTK RACE--7 lurlongl: Fail .Wind, -Hrtck.. 4.10 S.10 .«0 Craftiness. Atkinson -- . 3.90 3.20 Cherry Jubilee, Usiery -- 4.20 Time--1:23 Brown Sucar, Plgerobe. Single- gtroki " "· Jennie. O 3 Y*. UD: IN FILLIE: , Galarullah (Arcaro). 5 Peachywlllow (Ycaia) ..-..2 Darling Carol (Longden) 5 Stolen Kisses (Shoemaker) B Fabullte (Skuse) ......... 3 Going south . (Burton) ........ 9 Our ImmlRrant (Wastrope) Foreverett (Boland) Betty's Best (TanljruchO . Happy Feet fekuse) ?ffi?fSBBJ.V.t.3S.S5f 2 Good Folks (Falrholm). ... B Irishes* (Harmati) ........ - -.ettle UP (A. Valenzuela) \Vorks Indicate fitness. ... Served notice last start. «_ Third In last two starts. Fits well here. ..._ _.-. Danll-BO In Love _ Xnaled-Goose Hunter. .~.... Will make her presence felt. .Good Jamaica races, .--. Fourttl In last two starts. Needs · to Improve. ............... .Solar Slipper-Chance's School.-Neglected to beat a horse. _ Never finished close. ..: - Trailed badly only start. _ Appears overmatched , ».,, ...it*. *,· ri»M .... 5-2 3-1 ... 6-1 .,, 6-1 Pink VeivJtT Slum. 12.16""" e.oo 4.so Beautlllton, Boulmetls .... .3.80 3.1C Pardala, -WoodlJOUSl _ -- 5.80 Time, 1:23%. f-Sahanna, . H t a y Smoochle, Dale r s Dellnht, Judy Darllni;. Amoret, Little Pache, Bonania Mies, ...10-1 ...15-1 ,..15-1 ...20-1 ,.20-1 ..SO-1 ...25-1 -.morel, AJI.H* imcim, x«",i^"i- . Happy Princess and Gay Life also I--Field (1-horse field Is OK). EIGHTH PACE-- furlongs: . General Rlley, Hrtcfc 7.10 f.BO Chit Chat, Covalll - 25.80 Double X, Woorthous 'FOUHTU BACK--six.fc»u: tii.con. .. - · (Shoemaker) ;cs. a i'R. TILLIES. . , .. TV ^»«V 7 sister Damjan (IjonKcienj ... 10 Nevada Bond, fH. Moreno) ... 1 swanky Gal (Burton) ., ,.. 11 Madam chuck (York) _ :_ 2 Cuter Yet ' (Ycaza) -9 Brlcht Stir (Harmati:) :. B Speeclkhal (Fernuson) - li^^°!ss;= Koyal S»j5n Zaca (Tanlsrucnl) nvrr'-mioHiL 118 May hold a simht edge. _ "" IIS Won last all the way. "- ill Second In last two starts. :. .. 118 Helns make It a touch race. Ill Fine effort one back. . ""·115 Wllllnn. but In town. - -. Ill · Showing slltns of life. .:.-- 'xll3 Did not repeat good race. · ±118 Could be placed-too low. 115 Beaten by some ot these. . Ill E!*hth in last two starts. Ill 1'lKUres to trail. ,, ..... RAUE-iVf. OPTIO 5 Brlrilt Liberty (Arcaro) 2 .Tablcon (Rlero)' B Predacious · (Harmati) 3 Last Row (Ycaia) .--:-1 Wailabhal (Boland) . lift .-Never raced th . 12? rEasy -winner last .start. ' 122 Weight and, all figures close. ..-' 120 Will keep them'fionest. .. 114 Best could upset them.. -.113 Chance top-to bottom ; -- IT Lookout Point (rial-matt) 12 Canary court (Lonjrden) 4 Honest (Boland) -· 8. Nene Vivo (Leonard) 5 Fancy Dresser (Neves) 5 Dust Devil (Tr-'--' e Llta Bnow (" T Lost Olpves ! Paris UKhts 0 .Ashford ( 1 Holtvllle (Skuse Klne (Olls ^^oSto^-i^^Skr: Drops down, hard to catch _ Will be Tunnlni; In the stretch..: Just beat the top one. 1 -Would require top race Runr.Inr In tough luck. «.. Closed well to win Closed well last start. Good effort one back. Elehth In last two starts. -Tough one to figure Far back -winter races ran. 3.30 8.7C 3,10 Time --· jiioftr" Mlddiing'.""'olympTa Blend, Charlie's Eoag. Whig, Thomas Aquinas. Solution, Nitlme, Aberlon and Saim also Tan. M'TH KACE-- fiu-lMifs: Beau Pilot, Bomtlno 9.50 3.50 Cosmic Honors, Brooks... fl.30 Noorjaga. _Peake 4.50 .5.70 (UUrS'iKH., 1-cn.n.c .--.-·· -*·· ·«« Time--l:10V4.- Karor, Little Hermit. Jovial Jove, Morn Again and Mr. First also IIP. McGuire Specials Best Bet--PeachJTvUIOW. in 3rd. Brst Chaneit Bet--eiw Vivo In 8th Most rrobp.bl« · Winner--Ole Vlv In Preferred' Paarlay--Sister Damlan to Wailabhal. Bankroll Special--Black Bandit In docker's Tip--Silver Shadow In 7Ui Consensus I Mr. £1(111 1 Of car 0. I LlttHKooiUr ·Lilly Ltn Trojan Jl«)r onors rnlan Bond IrlihtLlbtrty 'ableon 'redaelous lUtFoInt out-t ColdHnndi - He'sadoll Oscar 0. Littler Be'sadoll . v . . . Oscar O. iKoo«t.r I Mr. Eiffel Oscar 0. Mr. ma IHtl ' Turf I OscarO. (10) H.'iadoiUB) Feachrwlllow i'Peachwlllow ItolenKlsses I DarllncCarol parllnccarel I atolenKlsses Lefty Lee . Trojan Rejr Trojan Rey · Lefty Lee NesoltMksUp NesbltMketJp SlttcrDamian 8l5torD SwinXy OH Honora Honors ' ' I Kiv»di · Boiid WHla. grlfht X.uxin LookoutPolnk CaliaryCourt Taticyuresser Tablcon P rlihtLlberty recaclous Galarullah · PeachyWlw(12) feachywlllow Galarullah (8) parllnnCarol DarllnnCaroUBJ NevadaBond. Swanky aal ailtetpamlan Co I Ki .Tiv~ .old HsnJs Unrtette LookoutPolnt CalgaryCourt I'ancySresser Taclcon BrlrntLlbtrty Last Row HonoraO) NevadaBon id (SI BrlRhtLbrtydl TaWcon(lO) WallabhalM) CalgaryCourt XookoutPoInt Honest | I/x}kouti'nt(16) ealiarrCrtClO) Hones'.(2) BearchWarrnt CountUeQUt · Mr.Bluebd Top Bailor War Torch War Toch SearcbWarrnt Royal Web Cheot Top sailor Slip Oil War Torch Mariana*. . Ole Vlv ' Cold Handf I Rlnelitte ·; Cold Hand* Ole Vlv . ^ J H L O B T T B I A O oUnlMtOut Olr- Bluebird , BearchWarrnt C o u n t M e O u t l I Marianne (!) Top Sailor - iSd, EUp Oal War 1 To j War Torch Top Sailor · I Circus Kid iscaiv" » **-"\", Mr.BHitblnim CountMeOuUS) WarTorch'lY)' · Supaal(e) Sprint Tops Caliente Bill AGUA CALIENTE -- Sophomores and older horses will share top billing at Caliente this \yeekend, with three-year- olds slated for action in. both Saturday features and four- year-olds drawing attention in the Sunday main events. Although it is listed as the supporting attraction, the Lucerne Purse, a . five and one- half sprint,- may turn out to be Sunday's most interesting contest, because it will draw Fly- Ing Earl. Scheduled as the feature is the Providence,.a mile and one-: sixteenth affair for four-year- olds and. up seeking- a $3,000 purse.' . . Caliente's leading rider of the year, Dale Long, will wind up his apprenticeship S u n d a y , m a r k i n g completion of 12 months' since he rode his first winner on a recognized track.. - GRANT WEIGHT ALLOWANCES Hollywood Park general manager James D. Stewart said Wednesday that the .track,' which will open it* 55 day season May 8, will grant weight allowances to all thoroughbreds I o a 1 e d In Southern Hemisphere countries to compensate tor age differences with horses from North of the equator/ Imported horses from the South are at least six months younger than American breed horses. BETZ' BEST Most Probable Winner -Lookout Point in 6th. Beit Bet--Honora in 4th. Best Money Prospect--lUng lette in 7th. Win Parlay -- Mr. Eiffel in lit to Galarolliih in 3rd. Longlhot Special--Wailabhal la 6th. Solid Sonl Victor in Marathoi Solid Son, a Callfornia-t ·year-old son of Solidarit California itakes itar of' y :eryear, Wednesday fought^ Roacoe Maney in the str«1 run · to win the $25,000-adde San Luis Rey Handicap by, nose. The grass course race wa at a mile and. a half. A.'.Lir coin's Birthday crowd of 29,'OD was in attendance. Solid Son, racing in the s of his owner, trainer -'.. breeder, Carl A. Roles, ridden by Ray York, -and-, clocked for the marathon rout over a soft course in 2:30 3/5l Solid Son won under top weighf of 120 pounds. · ,Roscoe Maney finished three quarters of. a length ahead .oi the fast closing Whatitoldyoul with the early pace-setter! Dark Trust, finishing fourth.' Solid Son returned $9.40, $6.20 and $3.20. Roscoe Manej paid $7.50 and $4.60 .Whatitold'J you, member of a favored ent along with'Special Look, th finished :sixth,. returned- $3.1(] to show. B O U N D TABI/E, ".Ug weighted and favored for Sa urday's San Antonio Handicap drilled 'a swift six furlongs ." 1:10 3/5" Wednesday. He $ei out ah .extra eighth in 1:23:2/5| Find, another candidate for 'tl race, ran the seven furlongs 1:25 and the three quarters 1:12 4/5. · : '··', TRAINER Reggie , Cornell announced that the'next star! for his stretch-running coltl Silky Sullivan, will, be in" :thJ San Felipe Handicap' Feb: -191 The San Felipe is at a mile 'i ne-sixteenth. - ·· MEKIJN VOLZKE, who Tia ever been suspended, banne| r fined in his long racta areer, received the ninth ^ ual George Woolf Memorial ockey Award in public. cereJ monies Wednesday- just prioJ o the feature' race. · j J Volzke, in accepting thd ward, described .it as Vthfl ighest honor that a jockeyja receive." . The jockey got a tremendous ound of applause from :.thd mge crowd. He.was voted tha award as an outstanding reprel entative of his profession anff h e ' s p o r t of thoroughbrer^ acing. I N C O M E |AX 1 oHluilfr roar CMHTM 3021 AKTUlA . MI 0 ---1720 I. IROADWAY HI S-0177 A. C. HOFFMAN fc ASSOC. ...» 7-5 .... B-: , 3-1 4-1 .,,,, «-l -_ 8-1 8-1 .....10-1 ....10-1 13-1 ._..20-1 23-1 2 Cold Hands (Tamtucnl) lift n Ole Vlv (gnoemaker) -- 11J 8 MUrlanne (Ysrk) _ - "5 1 RlntfetU (Arcaro) -- 1" 3 Runnln« Patch (Ycaia) 1" 7 Our Legacy (Lon«d«n( IJS 0 Silver shadow (Yaka) -»iin Third In Wn vVlll not be far away. Comes off easy win. . Always tounh to beat. ...* -Usually close, seldom wins. _.. stout strstoh runner · Disappointment so far. -- Bharo Improvement necessary... Neglected to beat a horse _ Ftltures to weaken :!:! -.11 ::: lu :i ...15-1 ...20-1 ...20-1 iTseareh Warrant (ShoeroaXer).... 1-6 U Count Me Out (Haraiati) .... 5 Mr Bluebird (Bailey) .... 7 Little Poise . (Falrholm) ... is Existentialist (Fercuson) .. 8 Entrusted (Harmati) 1 Col. Blimp (Boland) _...._..-. 6 Royal Web (Volske) -12 splerdido .(Ycaza) ......... 3 Daddy Sol (AraRundl) . 0 Dear Count (Yaka) -13 Mr Roy (Olacornelll) : Grimalkin .EC (Ollsson) M^oYAtTwik: Looks best if starts. SecondTMTM lasf C two Btarts'.~-I Ignore last race -- _-_Lost In photo finish. .-- ·Will -win soiln. .... ..'..-.speed to get'off the .rail Rates a Hongshot chance. -Touch one to figure.. Poor recent races. .., Seventh'in last two starts. Recent-races-all poor . . . Hardly trouble this . f eld. Figures among stragglers. Bharp improvement necessary, -Trailing badly recent races. '-- ..-6-1 ... 6-1 - 51 .10-1 .10-1 ::IB ; I I;! ·I23-1 aS EA !'n Ck i5ear"aSund, TM jig wirwrJ^U^elfSiffitlalist^S Master. SHCOXO XACB--6% furlongs: dh ^ Gy un B d" m ' _ 4.10 4.40 3.30 3TMC^=t^ ?H. ® ufe^VnS^o'"""" I 3.40 . 0.80 Touch. Fathers Risk, Cardiff. SEVENTH RACE--1,, Solid Son. YorK .... 0.4 bKoscoe Maney, BolaTid Dr^OSCOD .VIUI^CJ', iiylanu i,vv ,, ·. ,, aWhatitoldyou. Trejos 3.10 Time--2:30. Scratched--Festln. a-Coupled with Special Look, s--Coupled with Koscoe Maney. EIGHTH BACK--114 miles! Bout Sickle, ,,,,.. 'Bora"Sd "5.90 2,7i Media' Via Longden 3.I 0cT Ze!H'i sis!" sSratchid-Bir A'Hft Tight, Counter Punch, HI *°TM)UHTB UACE-1,V miles: Yard Bird, , · Moreno ................ 23.90 Silver Storm. Domlngues · Way. Fetich* 4.70 5.80 3.30 Swift. .,^-suTM- '13-50 S-?S Flandern. Valeniuela .... 0,10 2tubla- Fresa. .Neves ........ Time--1:44%. Scratched--Bo "i-rMH KACK-7 li«l»n»«t -,, , .. Dream Story, York 9.10 5.10 J.»u .Ball-Cleo. Warroaiz -. 9.10 5.JO Col: .Boone, Shoemaker ._,,.....,.. 3-40 Time--1:2314. Scratched--Mary My Dear. · Running Patch. Punzante. SIXTH IIACE--6 *urlonss. Howaml Doln, ' ,,. _ . rt Valenzuela. ~_ b S.30. . 4.30 3.40 Bold Baiooka, YorK 6.70 4.M 3 DAY SALE! PLASTIC BUCKET and Tudor. BolaniJ _.,'': ' Time--1:09%. Scratched -- Palmer. - "" rnlles on turf. 0 6.20 · 3.90 7.50 -.4.60 2 Top sailor (P. Morenoj I Step Gal (Shoemaker) .......... 12 War Torch (A. Valenzuela) ... 13 CJock e 'wat5her*(H. Moreno). 1 sun Jewell (Maese) S Towereta (Uell) 11 Joaquln Miss (Volike) .. 4 Mr. Bee Dee JHarmaU) .... IB Circus Kid (York) 12.80 13.30 Cover Up Best should take tt, Loolc'lor an Improved effort. Won last all the way.; ...... F.ven races at Pomona. -winning race one back. Not overmatched here. Trailed off recent- races, oood Callente races. ...-Could be /placed too low. Far back local races. Figures tb weaken. ...-Beat only tired horses. Beat only one horse. lolidartty-Freneh Love II. 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'M* r-m 4 x ^hr ,'·*·· 7 " * " ' .'·'-- v r-v---.'-'^- .. ^·LfirA'.'jt"*»K.*'A'..r:'vyy.r * -^^:'v?^^^' A v's"^rc^i:-^^r:::a:;J'-:.' "*.;·;/-.. v^^jp^ 1 ^vJH , m ^ mmimf ^ mmimim :r : - '^ M ^ \K*g. 10,95 Full capacity Won't chip or dent Chooie red or ytllow Non-breakable SKI PANTS 6.88 P , |X.g. 25.00 17.7/Pr. ' (OVIR 200 PAIRS TO CHOOS1 MOM I) Stretch Pants 31.98p f . n Parkas 6.88 |R.q Nylo littg. 10.H _ PARKAS llUej. » 1 7 t o $ J O I *·'* I cjuilr.el Wom.n'j | A OO 1 PARKAS (R»ej. 2S.OO) lt.77 OVER ISO PARKAS TO CHOOSE FROMI KM- »·»« R. f . 2».« R.g. 42.50 SKI BOOTS 12.88, 20.99 P, 29.95 f , K»q. (0.00 ZT. 7.5 Pr. (10 ft. Oily) Pram 110 To 200 Poln ·» ^hl lo.t» «n Saltl SKI POLES 4.88 P,. 7.77 Pr S.f5 1«.»S Tr. R.f 24.10 R.f. 41.00 Rtf. 11.00 LONG BEACH'S LARGEST SKI STOCK! SKIS 14.88 rr . i 34.88, 37.50 ,, EARLY TIMES " ; · /". ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^' *,, " ·" ' .^ v - ' ' ^^/^V-V-'Xr/^ ' " ^ / f - - " ' ' ·. , ' 1 * S " » ^ L 4 Oy«20e Piln in liltl Saftty Bindings I 8.49 j--a^.*v . R M SWEATERS 6.991 oOFF! RH. »·»» »· "·** AH 20°/ Ofh.n *W /« RENTALS -- USED IpUIPMINT MR JALI _ AMILAIU AT CARSOM IT. STORE QUIT S T O R E S DOWHTOWN,.1th,4 L o o m t l SALE PRICES IPMCTIVE AT IOTH OUR STORES TRUE GOODNESS in whisky is like character in a man. It's there for the world to see. In Early Times this goodness is remarkable. It's so good, Kentuckians themselves choose it over all other straight , whiskies, So good, millions of people in the-U.S.A. have made it their personal whisky. Judge for yourself the quality and good taste of EARLY TIMES. 4311 E. CARSON ACKOIt "OM iONO HACK MIMOIIAL ITADIUM · nil PAKKINO HA 54370 Of IN KIDAT AND MONDAY NITII nil » 2120 BILLN.OWIR IL IN LOS AlTOf ' IHOPflNO CINTIK GE 8-7083 Of IN TMUMlAY.-nilDAY AND- MONDAY .NITH Till » ,-' '' ,/ , ,4-"'' ^r E V E R Y O U N C E A MAN'S W H T S K Y J T K A I Q H T B O O A B O H W H ! JK^; I I M O O F ^tEARLY T I H E J D I J T I L L E I I Y C O . « L O U I I V I L L E 1 , KERTICKI

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