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Santa Anita Consensus . I»ETZ»5) IMcOUIRE«;)ITHRRY («) I HOLLY («) . I Conleniui (Sit . I Bortlevltl« 1 Bold Copllol I Mv Sleepyhead Tij Surt P«no Sir Sox I Kvlewood I Barllnvllle I Uornosviiit i Tuily martin I My SlecDvncodl Peno I B I ft arllesvllle (10 vlewccd «) Is Sure (*) 18 Bold bud*" Battle Down LMIIeSDlnet I I French Touch Isle vi CVDrus I Peeress Succo ·'ashji Soltd hoSlrongOne [Bold Dudo I Flowering I Free Man Poiho Snled Ncne Vivo 1 Pniha Soled Drlfllng Sea I Succo I Pasha SaleddJ Suvco (II) I Nene Vivo (2) I Dottle Down I Bold Dude LlllleSDlnet UflllleDown I Free Mori I Little SDlnet Bold Dude (121 Ootlle Down (8) I Little Solnet (4 I I Vllol Force Clown Prince I Bright Tiny French Touch Pardnl I n^l« Peeress j Isteof'cvprvs I French Touch t Peeress I Farsldo FrcnchTouchdi isle of Cvorus[8 Peeress (3) 6 1 Llndawey Going Soulh I PerteclHosless Vilal Force Brlohl Tiny Fav'iNlghlOut Vital Force Bright Tiny Clown Prince Bright Tiny Vital Force Clown Prince IK; ICIo 7 1 Eddie Schmldl Amer. Comet I Twent. Guns 81 Llndaway Petulance All's Flirt I Going Soulh Llndawny Pie Queen I Goli LIni I Alri Amer. Comet Twent. Guns I Eddie Schmldf Amanulla Paccseller Dollt Blue Rddlc Schmidt Twent. Guns Civic Pride Eddie Schmidt Civic Pride Twent. Guns Ed. Schmidt (15 Amcr. Comet (6 Twent. Guns (6) I Amanulla Deltt Blu* Tribes HIM I Amanulla Pacesetter Delft Blue I Amflnulla I %rr Pacesetter Pgi I Tribes Hlil I Del anuMah (IB) cesctler (6) ·If! Blue (4) Santa Anita 'Gap By ROY BETZ WEDMESDAY, FEB. 3--!»TH DAY OF 55-DAY MEETING. Weather Clear, Track Fast. First,. Post 1:00 P. M. _LI5TED IN ORDER OF PREFERENCE. PP Horse Jockey 6 BnrtlowiHe (Taniguchi) 8 Bold Capitol (Lanowav) i! ¥S fSfftSd^ rr-z; 1 Peno (Arcaro) ,, ." _ , 4 Kylewood (Lonffden) ."^ l 11 Saoine (Richardson) 1 10 Tuffy Martin (Campos) '~*~ 1 3 Notch Hilt (A. Vnlenruelaj H 1 13 Pioneer Joe (Maese) _ _ " " l 7 Gillie (Shirola) 7 16 Sle La tfie (Hernandez) ~TM'."'. "l 9 Lost War (Pierce) 1 Comments .117 Deserves another chance. ,,. .x!12 Working as If fit TM , 112 Should take some part .120 Dangerous If starts. .: ,, J30 Boy best recommendation. . 1)2 7ough soot fo graduate . 115 Will force the pace Chance la upset ~ . Lacked speed all the way. Asking n lot of him Poor Northern form. No excuses last start. ,, Figures to trail Poor etfort only start. Should scratch out, ,,, TOP ~0ddi 2-1 = » ,, 46-' = l 1010-1 10-' .1515-' ...-20-1 1 Pashs Soled (A. Valencia) _ 120 J pur Cover up (Neves) _ in ( Nene Vivo {Longdcn) . ..... 114 1 Get Togelher (P. Moreno) _.. 109 i Best Ada (Trelos) Trying repeat win. ,. 2-1 Best a bold threat. ' " Dangerous if starts _.,, _ - Muil be caught ,, - 4-1 15 Narlgal (Cantons) _ ... 113 5 Sueco (Taniguchi) 114 7 Drifting Sea (Pierce) _. 1"'!^113 1 Chesty S. (Kecne) . ,, 117 8 French Romance "" ' 9 Pangloss (Leclln.. _ 4 Cointreau (Barrow) . . . 1 1 4 2 King's Record (Lanoway) x!08 16 Glory Swcea (Doollno) _ x!09 10 Night Hawk (Sterling) 117 LONGSHOT-SUECO. " figures to weaken. 8-1 Never raced this cheap _...10-1 Will lead for a while _ ,, 10-1 _. _ Failed against similar 15-1 nance (Yakn) _ . _ 114 Not on present form. _ 15-1 Lecllng) _ 114 Failed to threaten _ ,, _. ?0-1 ' " · HJS. shown little speed. _ _ 20-1 Sur»rise if ciosc. . 25-1 Figures among stragglers, _ 25-1 Good races fnr between. _. ..25-1 Fanfare --if _ T HIRp_RACE--6 "FUR'L"ON~G5_.JMfEAR-OLD MAIDENS. CALBRE'D'S. PJJRSE Vl.OtH 4 Bold Dude (Shoemaker) !,,, 11 B.ittlc Oov.-n (Longdcn) llfl 5 Lltlle Spinel (Mundorf) ' " 113 10 Flowering (Arcnro) ' ,1"1. 113 13 Freo Man (Taniguchi) _ _ 118 H Civic Center (Burton) _.. 3 Mr. Wag (Lanowav) 12 Broken Love (Haun) . f Round Hombrc (P. Morr 7 Kern Princess (Taniguchi) 1 Ducal Tern (Burton) 2 Onnway (Burns) 9 Ocean Quest (Volike) ..... 16 Web's Regards (Powell) 15 Chicle Larks (McCrosiicv) LONGSHOT--ROUGH HOMBRE. Coul EHndi May hold a rlight edge. " 'Joni d bad idee . - tld go wire to wire. 7-2 _ .Jcavor Il-Rcd Canna. 6-1 Had a rough trip 6-1 Alalc-PIucky Grip _ 8 1 Indian Hemp-Sign Off. . .,, .10-1 Stymie-Broien Glass, 10-1 Cover Up-MIss Sal. ,,.,, 15-1 Poor Northern form. 15-1 Kit.iicd Fcii^e. ;0-1 Re Armcu-Slaflcm. _ " 30-1 t.'olhoo-Song Fcst 30 1 Far off winning form. . ... 25-1 Appears overmatched 25-1 Bull Chicle-Bluciarks. 25-1 ^ l/"l rencn Touch (Nrvcs) ._ 1U 70 Isle Of Cyprus (Arcaro) 114 5 Peeress (B.iui-r) 117 9 At.1 How (Doiiind) _. t?0 A Adorable Sue (Tin!guchi) 1^0 3 Honey Pie (Lanowav) x109 8 Jenny De Lieu (I. Valcnzuda) 114 ·2 F.irside (Pierce) __ 117 4 Erne Rullah (Burns) 114 7 f-'ull O Dreams (Mncse) __ 114 1 P.irdal Lassie (Longdcn) n/ 13 Days End (Griffiths) - 114 II Hasty Score (liurton) . . 1 1 4 LONGSHOT--JENNY DE LIEU. Appears the most dependable 2-1 Strictly the onp to heat ..._ 5-2 Look for an improved race. 3-1 Sicps up from winning cllort. 4-1 Easy wmner last start . 6-1 Wilt make her presence fell 8-1 Last too bad fo be true. ^.. 10-1 Mav need a race first 101 Hnp earlv speed. 15-1 Littre improvement needed. _._ 151 I ncked speed (ill Ihe way ?0-1 Can't see much hone. 20-1 Never rum them alike. 25-1 _ FIFTH RACE--6" FURLONGS. AI-C6v/ANCES._3-"YE"AR-b"LbS._PUFS"E" $5,000. ~3 Vlt.il "Force (Arcaro) . "~ ,, l?2 . . . . . . 5 Clown Prlnc* (VoliKc) _ _ 113 t Bright Tlnv (M.icsc) 119 1 Pnncp Scorpion (Longdcn) 113 fi o-Currock (Lanowav) itcfiile (A. ValeniucM) 113 Night Out (I. Valeniucla) 116 7 Coi 9 f ay ,, _ 2 a Jewclsmltrt (Lanoway) 4 Jnmip Boy (Pierce) . _ II Arodstown Bov (Burns) ,, . . 10 Sonom.ig (Barrow) .. .1 --S. Sechrcst-lrflined entry LONGSHOT--CURROCK. Beit Is good enough. . ~ \ 3 Excellent works to recommend. . 5 Should take some port 3 Better chance this distance. " . 4 Looked good winning last. 8 Not an Imoossiblc task _ 10 Would require best race. ... 10 Stablcmatr looks better. B Fair e f f o r t at big odds. ,, 15 Pilrhcd a Ir'fle mgh _ 20 Colt by infatuation. _ _. __ AL " LOWA '' JC ^ S : YEAR.OLDS~~UPrFiLUES~AN 5 Llnri/iwnv (Lnnnwny) _. ._ B Going South (Shocmnkcr) _ _ . _ H 7 7 Pcrlrct Hostess (Mundort) 111 Onl race. _ ,,._ Likes « fnsf Ir.ifk 7 Prrlrct Hostess (Mundort) 111 Could t.ikc if till 10 Pelu.lanre IN eyes) % _ j l l Snrinlcd ns If rnulc w.inlrd/""" L.ick;no oldtime form. ..'. Can and must Improve. _ Poor New York form. ,, Figures to wcukn. No excuses Mil start 1 Our Legacy (M.iesc) ... . Ill 3 All'* Flirt (Pierce) _ 114 A Dragn (Longden) . . _ 111 ? A'.ountaln Glory (A. Valeniuela) ill 4 Pip Ourcn (I. V.ilcntucln) _ . 117 . . LONGSHOTj-AIRPHIBIAN. 2 Eddie Schmidt (I. Valenjuctn) _.. 5 Amrrlcnn Comet (Barrow) __... 6 Twentyone Guns (T.iniouchi) _ .. 1 Civic Pride (Arcaro) _ 7 McTavish (Iihocmaltcr) 3 Mr. Dorinan (Bol.ind) 4 Sid Old Bov (Nevrs) _ B Mr. Snack (Pierce) LONGSHOT--MR. DORMAN. Weight and nil figures best. _ _ . f Good Mdturllv effort. 5 Will bo running In the stretch.....'.'...'.'. 4 Fine race one back. . . 6- Nrrrlcd l.iit, will iinnrove B Bc.it easier last start _ "10 Must show Improvement.. 30 Willing bul In touch. ... 20- ~ " UP7~70'P~CLATMl?rC A m a n u i n t ( B o l a n d ) 7 Pacesetter (Pierce) . ? Delft Blue (I.anowny) _ 1? Confound (Longdcn) . fl Tribes HIM (Shoemaker) 6 Empiric (Glisson) 5 Airline (P. Moreno) . II I lo'Unmo Jark u. Vnir-njui'l 3 Shoot The Bree;e (Nrvcs) . 9 Sninney (A. Vnleniuela) l Little Dell (Tanlouchl) _ 10 Chris 5. (Macsej . ... x Apprentice allowance clai LONGSHOT--AIRLINE. . 110 Lost ground r.icfno wide. . 115 Never better than noy/. _ xllO Good total rates. ,, . 115 Will try runaway rare. . 115 Better chance at this distance. . 116 Will force the nacc. ... . U6 May go ihls lar . lift Urons down trying to win. . . 112 Only an outside chance. . 116 Poor retenl form , 116 F Inures amono str.igolerj. City League Basketball Jesters {41} Mirrcll H8) niqa-, (?l .south (6) LBNS Slecleri Purc.iro (B) Mortis (3) B.lloufih (-11 S.irgcn! Glov.inic (3) C .... Jones (3) G Diggs (3) Jciter-Ad.irm (8). LBNS--Pliillins. Conlogi'C (I). Assembly Bunnies (46) 1st Ch. Brclh. (24) Doyle (9) F Lichly 4« I KMkow (7) F Vis'.rr (6) Rrewstor (3) C DcGiorgio (5) Skccn (5) G Miller (2) l.oMr-v (7) G DnM (4) Assembly subs--Forfc (8), Wrlflhle (2), Dcllrger (2), Eub.ink (3). 1st Ch. subs--Hundley (3). T. Norcoii Const. (51) CInco d Knox (3r F P F.dson (1) F PiMenger C . .. Meavln (10) G Martinez (S) Young (12) G P.ichecos (2) T.H.C. subs--Ketter (11), Hubert (13). Unco dc M. subs--McKcnna 131. tndcppndtnrs (25) Donsdl (9) fsolnoia (2) ribflv (15) ski (3) J-lsk (41 Ycrxfl (7) Mcoro (5) Grost 19) 1st Prcsby. (4 Pctcrscn (6) Uvers 17) Krlo (13) O'Rrlcn (75) Abrahiimson F_ Cotlon (3) C Ardrev (2) G Nnknmtira (3) G Crossnxin Willis St Ch ofG. (40) F Pvle (14) F Baldwin (15) C Wilson (3) C, Smilh (3) O Swcnson (6) LICENSE PLATES Police Deot. (?B) How.ird (8) Pen/ (5) Johnson (7) Park's Texaco (38 Wiontn ' Bennnm . _ Poovev (9 Maxev (J) c- Krai (3 Turpin (4) G V.inHouten (7 Park's subs? FVons (6). Melton (2). GAMES TONIGHT A t Jeflerion Jr. High--Onen for prai .lice. At Jordan Hinh--7:15--Tilers vs. Cn decs; 8:15--Boav Snatrhcrs vs. I B Bluedevils; 9:15--The Apollo* vs. Th Collegians. At Poly High--7:15--Shell Chem vs. Air Oasis; 8:15--I.L.W.U. Voice Coast Guard; 9: IS-- Locker Club Assoc s. Lomita L.D.S. A? Wilson High--7:15--Norl, L.D.S. 5; 8:15--Bond Stove Works Bristow Realtor; 9:15--Fritz Carter Harry's Hot Doas. WB miv loan vou the cflsh now to purchase vour 1960 California license nld'ci on vour salary only. Selctl the amount vou need from this chart and slop In al oui Lonve.-neiitlv lo- cAirri office listed below to arrranoo tor a loan. AMOUNT PATHENTS Soft ftft ^ Piflti, of OUiUU $10,51 iich S 40,00 c 1 ,, 1 :?; 1 ;, 0 .! S 50.00 * '"''· ·' S24.S1 lien LONGER TERMS, LARGER ' AMOUNTS, AND OTHER PLANS A V A I L A B L E ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT TYPE FOR CHEVROLET 1937-53 FORD 1937-53 Long Beach, 538 L.B. Blvd. (/, Blk. N. of Sear:* HE 5-74 67 SANTA ANA, 2071' So. Main (al SI, Gertrude) Kl 5-0144 DOWNEY. 7421 Firestone Blvd. (al Old River School Rd.) TO (-7812 ANAHEIM, Lincoln at Brookhursi KEystone 3-3423 Boon: Won, I In. I A.M.-I P.M. Other 0;;j I A.M..C P.M. 3 Top Drivers Join Crack Field for Ascot Race Bill Homeier, Indianapolis veteran from Pacoima, topped a trio of 'new entries Tuesday for Sunday's 100-lap USAC national championship midget auto race at Ascot Stadium. Also signing up were "Bullet" Joe Carson, 1958 Pacific Coast midget champion, and Tommy Copp. Homeier joins such other Indianapolis drivers as Tony Bettcnhauscn, Jimmy Davies, Bill Boyd, A. J. Foyt, Danny Oakes, Dempsey Wilson, Earl Motter and Cal Niday as well as "500" rookies Jim Hurtu- bisc, Chuck Hulse and Johnny Moorhouse. McGuire's Specials Best 1 Bet--Succo In 2nd. Best Chance Bot--ctvlc Pride In 7th. Acrosi The Board--Pardal Lasils In 4th. Preferred I'nrlDv--Succo to Bold Dude. Bankroll Speclnl--vital Forco In 5th. Ctockcr's Tip--Pertccl Hottest in 6th. Santa Anita Charts FIRST RACE--3 lurlonai. 2-Year-old SIXTH KACE-4V'i furlong. 4'Vurold |»fe| Hgna weigm jockey pp Fin. Odd You d. K., i m, slice "'.*!.',," x z'J la! Gulden Mel, lifl, LunuUi) _, j JM o. boy, lid. Nevus ......ID 4" lo.tt , i Ai.e, Hi), t/usson i ii 4/.M Marirn's t-iosli, U6, conipi a 6 i 3d v Uuwth, MB, burns I V; Uiinytjious Corner, 118, Hrc 7 b u * Lesbos, lie, Kiciidrdson 14 9i Veuas Bandit* )ltt, Mndrl _ 9 10" Bill Sykes, lly, lanigcnl _..ii i!' : * John L. Sullivan, lltf, Snrla 13 12' felas Aggie, MB, A. Valen . 2 13-i 24.UJ Count Fcl, 118, Maese 12 14 Pflppa'S All" 2.80 2.6(1 2.2 You 0. K. .... ,, *.60 4.Q Golden Mel . . . 3.H PAHPA'S ALL had lead soon ofte start. Increased his advantage untie strong handling. YOU B. K. had meed rom Ihe start, finished with good cour age. GOLDEN MEL closed steadily under strong hand ride. SCRATCH£D~Get Ye Well, "' Freight Master, Little Stuff. SECOND RACG--6'i lurlongj. olas up. Purse tt.wO. biue hue, 117, Longc.cn _.... 9 ) u Hoys Lilly, 114, YdKd ,,!! 2' inariy Uboing, 1G/, Lonwy 6 3- Home Town Hero, 116, Mdrf B 4' _ Frogmorlon, Ii6, A.Vdl _..I2 S'l 21.2U Easy f-ojr, llv, Campas __ '2 61 lo.lt) Matavat, 117, Pierce 5 7-1 Id.uu Aoocalyose, 116, Griffiths _ 1 8'i brar Radiance, II, P. Mor 10 9: De-Cloud, 116, Shirota _ 3 10' sadle Hawkins, 111, Neves A 11' unKisscd, m, Lceltng / 12 Blue Hue' _.'..! 9.40 5.00 POPI Lilly ... ,,. ii.BO Marty Obblnk _ J.60 BLUE HUE advanced steadily while i outside on stretch lurn forged into Ihe cad a furlong out and under a drive utflnlshcd POPS LILLY. Latter raced /llh leaders from the beginning, held on mder strong pressure. MARTY OBBINK ooK a short lead In first furlono, weakened under pressure in last furlong. SCRATCHED--Brian Mickey, Pylades, Child's Play, Deer Call. 3-year-old THIRD RACE--6 furlong: iaiden fillies. Purse H.soo. he Class, 115, t. Valen ,,..!! ] · » luotienl, 110, Lflnowiiy 1 2 ' j alt Lake, 115, Burns 4 3 1 ; Ilinalavo, 115, A. Valen _ 8 J : ioyal Assent, 115, Boland ..10 5 ] l tODDed Up, 115, Pierce ... 5 6 1 i ittle Gamester, I15, Maese 6 7i far Dust Eve, 115, Burton 12 S- paws, 115, Shoemaker . 2 y- 1 a Fleet, 115, Longdcn .. 9 10't lonnuala, 115, Taniguchi . . 7 II" ·ncessAlmira, 115, Yaka 3 13 Time--1:11 4 /i. he Class _. 20.00 9.00 uotlent _ 8.60 all Lake THE CLASS was well olaced /hile on outside of pacemaker, D sfronolv in stretch to aet uo in la^i evenly yards. QUOTIENT gave wav In ist sixteenth under strong pressure from ·inner. SALT LAKE saved ground iroughout, finished with good courage. SCRATCHED--The Wave. Lofus Bush, ,a Belle Hclcne. Hit Rrvlrw. FOURTH RACE--one mile. 3.year-old tiles. Purse ss.ooo. ·erjincand Fall, 112, Brns 3 T- 1 10.30 inila, 11?, Boland 2 2" 3 00 an't Sleep, 114, I. Val 6 3 ' 4 5.SO herokeii Miss, 115, Lngdn 5 4 ; 1 1.6C ascania, 113, Shopmnkr _ 4 5 : 3.J( \iss Josephine, 107, Haun 1 6 1 48.VO rhor, 107, Lanowav _ 7 7 11,10 9.00 8.05 2.90 26.10 3.10 13.60 6-1.60 5.30 3.10 30.43 9?. 10 36.00 I 5.20 I 4.80 . 3.40 earlv moved .. ian Inccnjt, Ii4, burrtj 1 Mr. vole, III, Shoemaker _ 2 King'} !alulc, Ili.j'Audri ,, 8 LITIndilero, 117, Barrow _ 5 I icK Me, 111, Brlsman 6 Aly ludur, 1M, P. Moreno 3 Blyu It, 107, Lanowoy 7 Honor Red, U/, Pierce 4 _ Time--1:171). Roman Incense _ ,,_ 12,40 3.80 2 6 Mr. vala 2.49 2.'i Klng'j Salute ,, . . 2.4 ROMAN iNChNst stumbled !;aving In gale and almost wen) down oui was soor straightened up, closed steadily while or Inside oolno to far lurn then came tc outside entering stretch and under a strong ride got up m last stride. MR VALE had short lead almost from th start, weakened slightly near end undei pressure. KING'S SALU1E advance steadily while on outside. SCRATCHED--Dotted Swiss. SEVENTH RACE--Hi miles on turf 4-Viar-olds up. Pursi S10,COO. Anisado, 118, Boland 6 Nickel Boy, 124, Burns 5 : Greek Star, 122, Barrow _.. 4 ;, \ndrewAlnn, 118, Shoe 10 4 , , ._ Middle Brother, 1?0, I. Val Pinky 11,112, Pierce Sisters Prince, 113, Longdn 3 5" 6'i 7M 11 . 7.80 3.50 3.50 15.2i 3.1 14,-J 14.30 50.60 15.20 3.80 4 4( "~TM"..:_:".y.TM ;....,, s.ao 'atrolman Pctp, 109, TngchI 9 Rayaumont, 113, A. Valcn _ 2 Time--2:0ttfc. Anisado 10.40 Jickel Boy Srcelc Star _ ANISADO was v/cll placed in early .tages while saving ground, came ! ast betv/een horses on turn, then mo o outside ol GREEK STAR to get __ n last furlong. NICKEL BOY Improved his position ste.idllv while working Ms wav UD between horses, finished strongly mdcr hard urging. GREEK STAR forood 0 the iron! mldwav of bnckif retch weakened under pressure In last furlong. NO SCRATCHES. EIGHTH RACE--Hi miles. 4-year-olds up. Purse $4,500. eddv Bov, 116, TanlgucHI 5 l«i 4.50 Blue G., 116, Burns _.. B 2 3 t 7.60 Honest, 117, Campas _._ 7 3 - 1 8.BO Maritime Fleet, 117, Griff ,, 4 4 n * 5.20 "lagtr's Bandit, 116, I. Vat 6 S 1 ' 1 4.?f rcasure Hunt, 117, Shoem ? 6^ 3.83 Biplane, 117, Mundorf , l !\ e.?0 imerlnd, 10S, Dooling _ 3 Time-- l:5Hi. 'eddy Boy n.OO Blue G Honest _ TEDDY BOY was slow to settle, .id- 'nnrra strongly after going to oufslde n last lurn, got UP In final sixteenth o outlinhh BLUE G. LaMor moved Into short lead while on outside on back- tretch, weakened In List sixteenth when ut to orcssure. HONEST closed steadily yhilP on outside. SCRATCHrD-Gafe Smasher. ATTPMHANCE--18,380. MUTUEL HANDLE--S1,A74,348 8.20 5.00 eclino And Fall 22.' Inita ' . . . _ . . . . . an't Slcco DECLINE AND FALL well 5.00 . -(.40 placed _ _____ arly, moved up on outside to take com- nnd en far turn, held on under strong rcssure. L1NITA closed strongly while erwecri horses throuoh strckh, v/as gain- g at every stride. CAN'T SLEEP made p a lot of around while on far outside. NO SCRATCHES. mitei. 3-year-olds. FIFTH RACE--I urse 54,500. empesiuous, 114, Shoe 12 1"» 3 10 h So Iron, 117, Tflinguchi 9 2* 52 20 csorno. III, Campas 6 3i 23 10 dllaAlla. 114, Longden _..ll 41 4JO Irtauoh, 109, Lanoway _..10 5M 10.00 oval Rousscl, 112. Pierce 4 6- ^i.10 obllium, 114, I. Vain .,, 5 7' 13.50 eqycbt, 11-J, Borrow _ 3 8' 5 2 0 ,-rrnu:;, IN, Mncsc . 9 91 6.30 iant Cuv, 120, Long 1 10 ; 15.CO i!id Built. 111. P. Mori ~ " ;rplc f'ccnle. 111, Bur ·--Qro(:e uown. Time--! :J-1 : .i. emucstuous £.20 4.00 3.)0 "D iron 26.40 n,4o 10 . 8.60 TEMPESTUOUS raced close to leaders jfii start v/hile on outside, advanced ·ongly to take command on stretch rn, lust lasted to hold OH SO IRON. jttcr slow to sol He, made up ground eadlly while between horses on far rn, came to outside In stretch, was nklng strong bid at finish. JESORNO osed around while belwcen horses, NO SCRATCHES. Puts Vial Title on Liue And Friday Edouard Carpentier defends his world's h e a v y w e i g h 1 . ! championship Friday night on another strong wrestling can: at the Municipal Auditorium Carpentier wilj face th£ challenge of Germany's Han: Herman in the main event while the Sharps Brothers Mike and Ben, will hi;;hlighi supporting bouts by taking on the tag team of El Gran Lotario and Jumping Joe Scarpa. In the opener at 8 o'clock, Bob Wilson meets George Drake. KETZ' BEST Moil Probable Winner--Eddie Schmldl In 7lh. Bcsl Bel-Bold Dbde In 3rd. Beit Money Prospect -- P e r f e c t Hostess In ilh. Win Parlay-Pasha Salcd In !nd lo Amanullflh In 8lh. Lonoshot Special--Currock In 5lh. . " Yellows Continui * Monday night's rain * and high seas to keep boal 1! boat skippers, crew men '? were not complaining. In 1 j day off. R = As you probably know ° catches of yellows have bee a exceptional since Saturday But those catches were mac i. possible by tanks of squid t ID use for bait. And to get th o squid, the landings have bee a sending boats out at night t o get them under flood-lights S Crews working extra hour S have made the difference. 0 Monday and Tuesday o J last week produced excellen J catches of yellows just out I side the local breakwater ^ Then the fish tapered off, anc v boats scattered -to find new · schools. S a t u r d a y , Pierpoint's 5 Hurricane found the answer j with a big area of yellows i below Dana Point, and re' turned with 361 of the ' scrappers for 39 anglers. 0 Sunday -found the Hurri! cane back on the bank and ' boating 277 yellows for 42 ; anglers; the Hornet from ° the same landing 308 for ; 54; Pacific's Fisherman JI 237 yellows, the Fisherman 201. Sunday night the squid ailed to show, but Monday's counts still were quite re- i spectable. Pacific's Fisherman 11 totaled 116 yellows for 23 anglers, while the Hurricane scored with 91 for 31. * * * « BUT THE best news of all is the fact that the big white sea bass are starting to hit in this area. The Fisherman II, skippered by Whitcy Ashley, - Exceptional Run brought along enough wind s at the docks Tuesday. Bu ibers and office personne act, they rather enjoyed the ports near-limits dally. A few yellows-- 16 Sunday seven Monday -- are reportet from HM Sportfishers in San Diego, with fair catche of barracuda and bass. Lot of yellows are showing at th Coronados, rock pile, am Descanso, but arc very touchy. Limits of rock cod ar reported for bottom-fishin, boats. * * * * BITS FROM THE L I N E . . . Thre icriods have been set for the I960 Ye owlail Derby at San Dlcoo. Mar. 25-Ma 21; May 22-Julv 16; July 17-Sept. 10 Seel. 16. A new station waoon will hca the prize list of each period. Pacific hat purchased the Sea Sport, mcnts are on the planning board for Hi e boat before It starts resular runs, however. Members and guests of Alamlfos Ba Sportsmen's Club were treated fo venison dinner at Thursday night's regular meclinp. Gcorae Bowersock furnished the meat, Sam's Seafood did ihe cooking and evcrvone agreed If to be a feet extraordinary. As a tODDcr, Soeed Hut on produced o 'llm on construction am or trie Winter Olympics. What a rccrca on area that will be after (he names. Whilcy Ashley reoorts thaf those yet- ows hit white llgs Sunday almost as well as Ihey did saufd. But the ligs hac o move. A snced-uo gear box or trans- iKslon Is almost a must. A recent de- lanufacturcd by the Acme Tool Co. of os Angeles. It is adaptable lo any Penn eel, and Increases the oear ratio a tile over two-and-one half times. Look me over Ihe next tirno you visit your avorlte tackle btore. Walter T. Shannon, DFG director, released figures last week that showed parry boat anglers set three new records last year. Fiouros throuofi November revealed 1,183,441 barracuda, anded by Southern California snort boats. Previous highs wer« 732.723 barracuda, 422,568 bonito, set in 195B, and 242,686 yellows, set In 19S7. HM Soortfishlng's Sportfisher IV re- urned fo San Dlooo recently from n Jrln o Benlto and Guaualupe Islands with 500 ellows UD to 44 Ibs., seven bluefln tuna o 41 Ibs., three black sea bnss to 300 is. Next trio Is scheduled for Fob 13 hone LOraln 6-7616 for f u r t h e r I n f o or eservatlons. Women's Basketball (Recreation League) Blues 37, Blue Jays M. Golden Riders 36, Shamrocks 31. INDEPENDENT Page C-l Una Inch, Colll., Wld., Ftb. J, !»* j '* Catalina . Handicap Draws 8 A crack field of eight four year-olds and up is slated .ic go today in the $25,000-adde( Santa Catalina Handicap a Santa Anita. The mile and one-eighth feature has lured American Comet, who finished fourth in last Saturday's Maturity T w e n t y o n e Guns, Eddie Schmidt, M c T a v i s h , Civic Pride, Mr. Dorman, Mr. Snack and Sid Old Boy. High weight in the field will be shouldered by dis tance-loving Eddie Schmidt with 122 p o u n d s . Eddie Schmidt will be giving away eight pounds to American Comet and Civic Pride while the others carry e v e n less weight. * * * A ANISADO, a grass-loving lorse from Argentina, wor Tuesday's featured Commun ity Chest Handicap at a mile and one-quarter over the ;rass course. Anisado was imed in 2:06 2/5 while beat- ng Nickel Boy and Greek Star. Anisado paid $10.40, $4.60 nd $3.80. Nickel Boy re- urned $5.60 and $4.40 and Greek Star $5.60. PYXING QUEEN 1 (Jack Jill) 8 P. M. Every Sat. Nife CROWN BOWL Artesia Orange . Monday, all over 30 Ibs., and if^fttfteto nine of them breaking the 40 mark. Many more were lost. 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