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i;t C-J.--trJO_?; Lou UK*. CiiL MM* PM. M. nu 'Hill Rise Early Favorite for Santa Anita Derby By ERNIE MASON - El Peco Ranch's Hill Rise, winner of five races in a row. Including three stakes. . heads a powerful field of sophomore hope- full In the 27th running of the glamorous 5100,000-sdded Santa Anita Derby at Hi miles nut Saturday. Derby week starts off with Monday racing today and prevails until the end of the meeting March 10. Coming from the same breeding farm that sent out Decidedly, winner of the 1962 Kentucky Derby, Hill Rise is the pre-race favorite against Wil Rad, Real Good Deal and Knightly Manner. This quartet finished 1-2-J-4. the first three a length apart, after one of the most exciting renewals of the 1 1/16 mile San Felipe Handicap in Santa Anita history. Hill Rise gaining the nod in the closing stakes after a furious finish with Wil Rad and Real Good Deal. ". Beatea ocly in the first two starts of his career. Kin Rise began his winning sweep at Golden Gate last fall, scoring his maiden win by 9 lengths, winning an allowance race by more than two lengths. then taking the Golden Gate Freshman Handicap, the California Breeders' Champion Stakes and the San Felipe, the last two at Santa Anita. · · · · ALL DERBY STARTERS carry level weights of IIS pounds except for ffflies, which have a five-pound sex allowance. Blue Norther, victorious In the thrilling SanU Susani Stakes last week, would carry 113 pounds in the Derby but is an indefinite starter. Two other stakes will be decided during Derby week--the $20,000-added Santa Monica Handicap for fillies and mares at seven furlongs today and the $23.000- added San Marino Handicap at l'/i miles on the grass Wednesday. 3 Croivns GoonLiiie This Week Despite all the ballyhoo frccn Miami Beach. Sonny Uston is only one of three boxers putting championships on the line this week. Uston's bout Tuesday with Cassruj City for the heavyweight crown will b« the second title fight of the week. Britain's Henry Cooper and Brian London get the Jump on the Americans by meeting for the British heavyweight title tonight in Manchester, England. Sunday in Tokyo, Sugar Ramos of M e x i c o gives Japan's Mitsunari Seki a shot at his featherweight title. The week's schedule: TONIGHT AI MMCM-Mr. Iftlfntt^ta ttnto lunp««l ^--^"i. '---"!··£· . ng tt.vwr'ofjt ctiamslamAlB TUEkbAV ···GL world t»»w_'.hf u% Clay. LOU' ,,-. * v * , " prM .»i*i Sopw · -- :tgnon iHcL ANITA 'CAP By ROY BETZ r«o. M--On* Or/ · IS-C» MmTiix _Cl»»r-f«r; Itf fw» !:· l-m. i lUT-Hlvl til - _ -- _ a (Cor*) _, If Willin r Tn» (Crmrei* . Hf Finlrt Urtmcn. «!C? Tntfl 8 av«r Yt met Tr*tt tllut O'Coid 41 v Clory f A r w t r r z ) Tit t (··Mtl _..._ _11« . (L. V»J'«*! .«mbool» (B*«i) _____»---- (N«vn1 -- .- --HI 11* THVMOAT »ae». will* C**rUe Jar FRIDAY U Rip*, Atom* Ayon, JU««*C · ttity. M0i!n. It _ . - JVtiica Cltv. «. MJt- JVtii Ii. EEj! 4-Day Ring Grcns Opens at Louisville LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI- At least three of list year's rwinners checked in Sunday to defend their titles in the 1964 Golden Gloves Fennel Top U.S. Amateur Sullivan Award for 17-Ft. Vault NEW YORK--John Fennel of Miami. Fla, holder of the world pole vault record. was formally presented with the Sullivan Award as the outstanding amateui athlete of 1963 at a luncheon given by the Nitional AAU Sunday. Pennel also competed in the AAU indoor championships Saturday night and ijuring the meet was presented with still another trophy--the Lawrence Di Benedetto Award for his selection by the AAU track and field committee for the best single performance of 196X Fennel's pole vault of 16-10 at London. Aug. 5, recently was accepted as the world record while his vault of 17 feet, *{ inch at Miami. Aug. 24, will be specially considered by the International Amateur Athletic Federation meeting in October because the runway he used was an asphalt composition- Fennel, a native of Miami, recently completed his undergraduate studies at Northeast Louisiana State College and now is taking additional studies at the University of Miami. The Sullivan award is given annually by the Amateur Athletic Union to the ·amateur athlete who by performance, example and good influence did the most to advance the cause of good sportsmanship." Jay - Ehret Mihoney. AAU president, made the presentation at a luncheon. JOHN I'EN.\EL... Puri«t of the pure. ·FASTEST HUMAN' TAG FITS NOW Hayes Eyes Outdoor Races VORK Hayes wasn't content BHJ.1HJKAN · WINS TUCSON TENNIS TITLE TUCSON, Ariz. (LTI)-- BiCie Jean Moffitt of Long i Ikach, second-ranked wom- ' an plijtr in the nation, defeated Vlckl P a l m e r of Phoenix Z-«, «-l, frO, Sunday to win the women's title In the University of Arizona Invitational tennis tournament. .. Miss MotHtt teamed with fellow Los Angeles State student Sue Dthimar to beat Miss Palmtr and Laurie Cillaway of Phoenix, ll-, 6-3, for the doubles title. w j 1964 Golden Gloves touma- :i£j!ment of champions opening fastest »;;at Freedom Hall here tomghtl^,^ , The defending champs back! the mark all season, five'Hayes said. *I knew I had a times he hit 6.0 and finally! cood start when I saw Chariie P arcnti Rally Highlighls Jr. Baseball Card The East Long Beach Little League will hold its annual for another whack in thei four-day. three-ring circus of amateur boxing were Freddie _ or 0 footba]1 seaso °' with bein- called the "world's achieved ' ^ breath-taking Green (of Lincoln. Neb.) and »t 730 at John ManhaD Jr. , . ,. ,, .... .. goal when he sprinted the dis- Mel Fender (U.S. Army) right Hijh. Films of the World Se- fastest human unU he could Unce ^ lnioot record t ^ t oy elbow s - : rie _ wU , ^ $ho ^ of 53 seconds Saturday night | Hayes said this was his last I Tn ere w -ffl be » period for .-ffw-i^ r*f+ f\9 »K» covcnn TV«! - ' ' ~ _ i ba f! ier P «i« 60-yard Roswell. of dovij, NAT, last .. year's 112-pound c h a m p ' ^whol! fight in the 118 pound »jDivision this year for the Ros-| well, NJ.1,, team; Perry Bennett, the 135-pound king from; Streator, III-; a n d g me,square uxrcen. with! "The competition did it," -- ii Smith. 147-pound champ from' ' IS! I «-tt» fault I the National AAU track mdoor race of the season. The ope a discussion in which para husky halfback and field meet at Madisoalai-year-old Jacksonville. na-,' eatl md friends of the league AtM during the]Square Garden. speed demon will concentrate'mjy ,,!_ questions of the on «0 and SSO-yard relay [league officers and team man- stints and then narrow to the agers 100 and 220 at the end of the] The East LaVewood Little college outdoor campaign. ,Lcapue announced s i g n u p "III be pointing for the'tirr.e as Wednesday night at Olympics," Hayes said. "Andj7:30 at MacArthur School. [then I'd like to play pro foot-:Woodruff and Centralia Ave- CONSENSUS MASON (77) K.i l 5°S°l.fSS .i!| Two other possible dcfend- " ' " " " ·« ***** ----.jj'ers were Bill Douglas, of Co- jjjjhtmbus, Ohio, in the middle- JJlweight division and heavy- itV m'toSi »"Ti«i.ii» _»^weight Harley Cooper, of Omaha. Irwr lloht fCamewl . HMfW Mo (TanlBuchl) Mr. wi«N 4L Vi!meu« Air Vov-9* IDoml-Biic f An t* Qivlnf ITUZ«j t« H«r» H.D1 - - ' lie- - \K [·in 5S.n-«!, I i.ffy .ball after I finish college.- Inues. I Th«f Jcfn I Th*t Oohr (141 Avoid D*** J DoctorsT/usTin I Gallant TIK*» Avx):l Oci*vL5t ! W»f*r Prim I tU«*«r Prlnc* I W*tw Prtrct Full Strike I Ktry Unlwm I First Sfnk* ^^^^ A-jcflon StrTMl C«iar Potrrt I Kirra Bitntim Fint Strlk* Ul Bl*znoGlonr uictfr«d« yro la __ I Quick Tr» j · Biuina c ] IcrvV f Bffr«r I Quiet Tridefl) I Qurck Tradi 1 Bcrytr .. (H Shea I *-BiznaGirv(*» » F,t d (R«s) I G*^d Sivar .»ol_n.dl . _ 1 Somf Ctunf (·**!«) 9 · Frit World Donr«rir , EicUltof t*rrir *D»*J. Not too dtoendjart Tn.'ltl, liriliA-rt e. .._ krtt«r . pot r*ct to feackknt 5!h.E L g? RETZ BEST 6 SsstTi »mt rr»o*it wimv--Knri emudM ', AfTeeflon ,^ 'fit »*-Crml»» M m . 171 ?-,?¥!*.. · ttf Mcnty yrttoct' Hx* AJkevI Wtra i j-un nc»»rr t *·«. 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Tou««t_, »ST BfT--«oy»f Grw_rwJ*a h. §:xTh. ·CT CHANCE *ET--OirtU T.-«d. _n tourtn. I lo'i "X Rcdt | V » » P«l I Just etvwa its (LVLIENTE ' C«.gi7oigui^Si 000 «}«'! RESULTS '.I? i/ r»f. SCCOKO HCt--t «| CojnJ Imbix.. Trtvjna V»t_, Vjncz __________ Feui 3.W I v . Wirdl. Cov«r V Tttr ttr»-- l: TEDTN KACZ-- brM .tt RnTtns WiaM.Tr.viTO -O.Yi-brTcP», Fr*zi«r J 3 i. Denver Clinches WHLTillcTic DENVER t« -- p e n v clinched at least a tie for the Western Hockey L e a g u e crown Sunday night as the Invaders scuttled the Vancouver Caaocks, 4-2. _ , (V.n) IT 41. r-'« r . VMiiA ( -Snv«*i (D) Tl 4 , raj ( I k Poor._Tt« 4T«n! li jr. rttnct Mit» Ch«n»i 1] lMi-jfr~p1n« JUT C«mM_» _.^ LONC . M oV^HaVirou -1 ' 114 0"t Rood r*c« this f c* turt-'l r-»* K4 ·*. Fishing Fads THLXO nei--r* m Kimrt Kjm, I*m_.r«rw Jo«'i Clown, ciffu'n ' i d Ltader, 4Aed;n« fci^.. 1 DOUIU PA19 C2.U FOURTH BA£C-4 ftjrtonvi: cm-me. OIBUia J« IM 4 -- Kon-itl fnmcr, Ln«o«-ii-«, wiv Dart. 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( LA* N«w Cn» 1 A. 201 S E. ANAHEIM Letter THONE 434-1411 Your Day at Sc Thursday, February 27 LONG BEACH U spotSgKicd at Santa Anita Park. win!«r center el Ihsroogh- brtd radsgt. with ti» nmnzn^ el a f«a- turtd rac* in · naa» ol th* City oi Lenj Btach on Thursdxf, r*traarr 27. Sanla ArJ'.a cals«s Lang Btacb, pro- gre«!T» cczsmtmilr with it» wondtrful h a r b o r along th» Pa el l i e sher*. E-iIor th» King cl Sports at Ixaatihil Saata Aniia. Th* s · a s e n continues through March 10 with racing Monday through Satardar. lortlf surrscn£n?s. Ample parking. Thrifficg (port. Fust rsc* 1 pjn. dcdly. Santaf/nita ARCADIA, CALtrORMA . IL'BUT 1-7.01 HUlCEin 7-2I7I May I fix you a drink, Mr. Smms? WALKER'S M* BOURBON Nothing else quite measures up WALKER'S DELUXE THE ELEGANT 8 YEAR OLD BOURBON sets jraat msa nxi ·»i na · rot uta t sac it, no, u.

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