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Ingcniur Living Life of Playboy That famous self-styled "fighting champion," Ingemar Johansson, is developing the greatest playboy reputation since the late Maxie Baer was in his heyday. Ingo has found it's fun to go around to banquets and parties. Who needs to train and fight? Nat Fleischer, famed boxing historian and editor of Ring Magazine, has just invaded the Southland to watch the big double title card in the Coliseum tonight. Fleischer spent considerable time with Johansson in Florida last .week. "This guy is having a ball, and making so much money in personal appearances I don't know when they're going to get him in the ring again," Fleischer said. "Why, for that six-day deal in Florida last week, they paid him .$5,000. But the topper to the vacation came when he was supposed to gel an award. He wouldn't even show up to take it till they gave him another $1,000." I wondered if Johansson handled his own business. "No, the Morris people do." "You mean the William Morris agency?" "That's right." * * * FOR THOSE not in show biz, the William Morris agency and MCA are the two mightiest talent outfits in the entertainment and celebrity world. Among those in the Morris stable, for instance, is a kid named Frank Sinatra. "He's making so much money with the personal appearances, he doesn't have to fight," Fleischer went on. "But I'll say this, if he really plans to meet Patterson in June, he'd belter start training pretty soon. That'll be a tougher fight for him than anyone thinks." During his stop in Florida, Mr. Boxing spent some . time with Rocky Marciano. Anything to the rumor that the Rock will come out of retirement? "That's a laugh," Fleischer chuckled, tweakinj; his blue bow tie. "Why, Marciano is hog fat. He looks like a washer ' wmnnn. Ho finnsn't walk. IIP wadding You wouldn't believe . it's the same, well-muscled athlete you used to see in the ' ring." "Then Marciano keeps these rumors going for publicity?" 1 suggested. * * * · "OH, I WOULDN'T SAY THAT," Fleischer objected. "But let's say he doesn't mind the. publicity a bit. Keeps his .'name in the news, and helps his' personal appearance business." ·" "Let's just say Marciano could somehow get in shape, ·how could he pass up all that money for a match with ' ·* Johansson?" ,.; "I'll tell you how." Fleischer chirped. "If Rocky ever tried to fight again, he'd have to lick his wife first. And to · look at him today, 1 don't t h i n k he could do it." ROCKY MARCIANO Ex-Champion "Waddles" (Tune Bob Kcllcv *it :25 a.m. ind t p.m. on KMPC) Fanfare Santa Anita Consensus Rumble ! Humble HI'DoddvO I HI-Daddy-O Tranquil Vic ! uibilcist I McGUIRE (») TERRY (45) Tranaull Vic Rumble HI-Daddv-0 ' HOLLY (48) I Conieniui (SB) I HI-Doddv-0 I Rumble I Tranquil Vic i Rumble (16) Hi-DoddY-Q (9) I Tranquil Vk («) No Guns Now Fire Do fine Sky Rider ' : iioalcrt . . AlwHVsDanaer ! Navy Fire P A C l f l C O Bit) N' Tuck AlwaysRanger Sky Rider Kerry Piper ' Ho Guns Blue Britches Now Fire IU) Navy Fire I No Guns (() No Guns j niueBrllciics (4 April'* Love Sloalcrt AlwaysDanoer Sky Rider I Skv Rider (1.. April's Love I AiwavsDano.(7) AlwnvsDanger I April's Love (6) t. Vincent aloniiir Nlleihllt j La-it Row Cnilk'ilone I Nitc 5hl1t ; Palomar (8) I St. Vincent (7) I CasMctgjic (6) GuIHgnMndcro Prize Host 1 Sundown II ' Prize Host i Sundown II (10) Sundown II . Sundown II GulllonMadero i Sundown II i Prize Host (6) Radium Rays Jungle Dancer Radium Rays I GulllonMadero I GulM.Madero7) Ditlcr Feud I Bitter Feud Careless Curl · Winnie It Sweet June I Social Event Wiggle 11 Blllcr Feud Sweet June Whiilltoidyou ! Nalk Nalk ! New Shift Prophetic I Whnlitoldyou Proohellc Whalltoidvou New SMII I Sweet June Bltlcr Feud I Careless Curl i Nalk i Wnatltoldyou , Prophetic ' BIMer Feud (12) I Sweet June (4) J__Wlogk! II (6) TrfnikTioi I Whalitoidyou (9 1 I Prophetic (6) Flylno South ' Flying South Footfall flrvond Time Bevond Time ' Phantom Ace : Footfall Plying South Uevond Time hiving jouin Fooif-ill 1 Green Robe I FlyfngSouth (16) · Footfall (8) 1 Bevond Time (4' Santa Anita By ROY BETZ Long Beach, Calif., TfH'r INDEPENDENT-- Paga D-J AMERICAN COMET SCORES Derby Hopeful Bright Tiny Equals Six-Furlong Mark THURSDAY, FEB. 4TH-mH DAY OF 55-DAY MEETING. Horse Jockey 12 Rumble (D'Auouilino) 11 HI-Uadrjy-0 (Arcnro) 5 Tr.inquil Vic (I. Valcnzuell) 6 Iraan (Doland) 10 Moo Bob (Richardson) 7 Mr. Turk (A. Voleruueld) 1 flew Admiral (Shoemaker). 8 Regards To Voi (Pierce) Wt. 118 118 College Scores Loyola (L.A.) 66, COP 53. M. Mary's 74, Pcpnerdine 67. Cantor n.,i western f',, i-v.nicr.a 50. No. Carolina 75, Maryland 66. Octroi I 65, Maraud Ic 58. William Mary 79, Tlic Citadel 65. Texas 89, N. Texas St. /S, SMU 79, TCU 73. Air Force 59, YVvom'na M. Army «, Albrlgh! 65. N a v v 82, Temple 72. Louisville 80, Kentucky Woslcyan 72. Holy Cross 99. Villa Madonna 78. Montdrid 51. /J kegu l Denver) 55. Butler 74, Valparaiso 60 f : ordham 89, Wauncr 80. Wake Foresl BO, Duke 63. Dayton 7?, Miami (Ohio) 60. Miami (Fla) 74, Tampa 73. Boslon U. 72, Norlhcnstcrn 54. Washington U. (St. Lbuls) 85, DcPau' Rutocrs 63, Lafayette 58. Xavier (P,i) 52. Poitl.md 45. Pilhburgh 65, Carncolc Iccn 58. G^Uysburq 6fl, Lphlnii Al. Providence 65, lirown 54. Toledo 67, W. Michigan 48. Indiana Sf. 73, Ball St. Al. LnSallc 65, W. ChC5lcr St. 6S. Elliott in \Vorkoul MELBOURNE (/P) -- Herb illiott of Australia, holder of he world record for the mile, ·an 3,000 meters in 8 m i n u t e s , 9.5 seconds Wednesday in a vorkout for the Olympic 14 BiUliasI (Glisson) Ronnie's Ace (P. Morcni 10) 13 Mite Box (Nevus) A Freight Master i Barrow) 3 Al Bcllurrl (Mundort) 8 Boxer-Rebellion (Tanfnuchl) 15 Steel Aclion (hdtmalz) 18 AAOCS Jcl (Griffiths) . 16 Little Sluff (Crrnpas) 9 Knov/ The fncts (Burns) LONGSHOT--NEW ADMIRAL. Comment Good race despite trouble. _ .. Strictly fhe one lo bed I. .. ,, Figures for some part. Look for an improved race Poor race, oood works. Contcnlion runs deep. Colt by Crafty Admiral-New Front May be placed loo low. Colt bv Dover ROLk-Bibblio. . Mav -do later on. Moolah Bux-Kiridcrgartcn. . Coif by Trackmc-ster-Preftv Packagi Odds 7-5 5-2 Coll by Grandbcrc-War East 20-i Needs an easier soot. 25-1 Colt by Jet-Jcf Perfctf Lady ~ 25-1 Hardly trouble fhcse _... 30-1 Poor race only slarl 30 1 SECOND RACE"--6 "FURLONGS. CLAIMING CLAWING JPRKE 58,000. PURSE H.OOO. 10 No Guns (I. Vdlenzuela) ~ 116 5 Navy Fire (bhocmnkcr) 116 1? Do Rac (Lpclinp) 117 13 Blue Britches (Lcinowny) x!03 11 Bib N J Tuk (Tamguchi) 111 3 f'nciflco (I rinownv) x!09 l-l Armed Miss (Shirota) 111 2 Guide Book (H«rm.itz) _ 116 6 Miss Rciic IllCves) 114 9 Counl Jubilee (Pierce) 119 16 Julictlc 1. (Pooling) xt09 7 Bold Ediiion (A Valenzuel.i) 116 3 Bridal Bond (AAundorfJ JC8 A Duller (//.aesc) 116 \h Bern 0' Dine (T.inipucht) 103 1 Kinrj ph;|i D (Kccnc) 113 LONGSHOT--GUIDE BOOK. S-YEAR-CLD CALBREDS TOP Unlucky to loso last. Dangerous as the favoi Won last at bla odds. Solid threat if starts. Not to be overlooked. Last too bad to be iruc. Outside chance if ifarts . . . . _ Rafcs an upscl chance Had a rouoh trip Will force the pace. . BoMcr chance tod.tv Mav need racino. Fiaures to weaken. ShcVD improvement nrrr-,sary Should scratch oul. Surprise if close tc _ 5-2 8 1 . . .... . 10-1 10-1 - 15-1 1S-1 ?0-1 Bright Tiny, a speedy 3- year-old owned by the Three Esses Stable, took the play away from Wednesday's Santa Catalinu Handicap when he equaled the Santa Anita {rack record of 1:08% in winning the six- furlong fifth race. The record was set last year by Olc Fols and later tied by Friar Roach and Fleet Nasrullah. Bright Tiny, ridden by Alex Maese, is a nominee for the Santa Anita Derby. He won the graduation Stakes at Del Mar last summer. Bright Tiny paid $4, S3 and $2.60. Clown Prince returned $8 and $5.80 as the second horse and Prince Scorpion $3.80 for show. In the featured Santa Catalina, with a gross purse of $27,650, American Comet, a surprise fourth in last Saturday's Futurity, walked off with the win by nearly four lengths. American Comet, moving up to become the big horse in the C. W. Smith barn since Hillsdale's injury, rewarded his owner with $16,100, the biggest purse ever won by the horse. McTavish got up for second and Mr. Dorman was third. Eddie Schmidt was fourth and favored Civic Pride last in the field of eight. American Comet raced the mile and one-eighth in 1:47% and paid $10.40, $6.60 and $4.20. McTavish returned $7.20 and $4.80 and Mr. Dorman $5.20. American Comet is nominated for (he Santa Anita Handicap in which he has been assigned 113 pounds. He carried 115 in the Santa Catalina. FURLONGS. 3-YiTAR-OLD MAlDEN COLTS G~ELDINGS. ,,, 10 bky Firder (Lonortcnj 15 Siynlcrt (Shoemaker) ... 'A Aiw.ivs DnnoT (Burns) -1 /; ,,,!!',_ |_, vc fCI..,.,-,^.,) 5 Get Lucky (Arcnro) 2 Graphite (Marmot;) 8 Jay's Tiust (Boland) 12 Clock Work (I Vaicnzuclfl) 7 Tumollo (Neves) 13 Kerry Piper (Boinnd) 11 Blck Foo (Lsnov/ny) 4 Relectcds Kin (A Valrnzucl.i) 1 Dark Silver (Burns) 9 Nrchohis Bacon (P. Moreno} May do lusl that __ 6 . Touch one lo fiourc 6-1 Long Idle, avcraac works _ R-I liery Scores W25 as Si. Marv's ~ i i.Tuniblc.s Waves 5 Deadlocked in Desert Golf (Continued From Page D - l ) ins pro field of 132 broke pnr, Palmer credited Slosson with w i t h g i a n t bottlenecks at each helping his team on two holes, score. Nine players are one stroke off the pace i n c l u d i n g Lloyd OF THE LEADERS, Arnold Mangrum, who sank putts of TM m e r TM r TMw'y missed a 1270 and 40 feet lor consecutive!' 0 0 ' ea « le P u t t °" the 18th birdies on the 14th and 15th; for tlle undisputed lead, holes at Thunderbird, Frank] J o h n n y Palmer had a hot Stranahan, Dutch Harrison, p u t t e r , canning four birdie | Harry W e e t m a n and J a c k j p u t t s of about 20 feet. Goulby Fleck. birdied all four par-fives. Ruin a 12-way jam at 69 arc clolph alld Lcma s h o L f o u r Stan Leonard, 'Jackie Bnrkc| b l r d i c s ' H P ;lrs -- jand Jimmy Demaret \vhile| There were a few n n a r among 15 at 70 are Ken Ven-; m i s s c s in 'he huh; - in -one t u r i and Billy Casper. Mike derby. LONGSH -CLOCK WORK Capable of upset Asklna a lot of him. Working as if fil. . . . Poor Eastern form Give him a race 1 Par bar.k only st.vt. Surprise if close. Larked speed all the _ 10-1 10-1 15-1 irsi.- RACE--r.i MILES, ON TURF. STARTER STANCE SERIES--CLASS II. 4-YEAR-OLDS 13 bl. Vincent iLongdnO ? Pilom,ir (Shoemnv.crt J Nite Shift (A. Valcnzucla) MORAGA ypj--With big Tom Meschery, the man in M"! thu rubber mask, hitting 25 ..Is-] 1 j points, St. Mary's Gaels beat - :5 'MPepperdine, 74-69. Wednesday W I N D . n i g h t to f a k e over first ' 10 . 7 Dcvlcrbev ( 15 L.l r ,! Row ( n · 1 2 Selling F-,ist (^uniiorf) i 4 Heel f-'lrtrnc (Shiroi.i) , 9 Ro-.coe AA?noy { S t r r l i n 16 Tlic !i(ind, (Pierce) U Good Starf(/vicicic) M OvrrrJrlvc II (Neves) A SDDorno ( T r c i o b ) 8 NoorullJih (H.inn.it2) 5 KevilOftc Point ' uucl')) Santa Anita Charts 12? . 112 Pjoccd ntiht (01 best cdori. F ine r f f o r t ,1 bio odris ..... Best DUIS him close ..... Not an Impossible t.isk. . Usufllly ofvcs hii best. , i i n the West Coast Athletic ?5 ;, 2 Conference. nt !wo ' Trvmq repeal Cnnicb of I dk.Tpointintj L.i: .-no c d-li-.ic nv.ic.'i. M.IV bo placed Too low. Dr.it onlv tired hones. Touih spot to oroduiiie. Failed to thit.itcn. Needs fin carter field. Outside chance as weighted. Not on present (orm. The win pave the Gaels a · · |./'4-0 record in c o n f e i e n c e play '.ICC 10-1 Souchak is at 71 and Gene Littler, Dow Finsterwald and Art Wall at. 72. Major disappointment was Bob Rosburg at 75. Setting the pace in the pro- amateur division w i t h a 54 is the foursome of Fleck, Ralph Kiner, Charles Fit/, Binnion. Rnsnik and Beach amateurs fared thusly: 0. M. Slosson w i t h Arnold Palmer, 58; Jim Crooker w i t h ] Johnny M c M u l l i n failed hy 18 inches on the 15th at Indian WolK Fric Monti b y 2 U feet on the eighth at Thunderbird, and Stranahan by three feet on the sixth at Thunderbird. Venturi hit a shot on the fourth at Indian Wells that rolled over the edge of the cup four feet. Rattled by their brushes with fame and fortune, all four missed their birdie putts! Pepperdme is 4 - 1 . j^ma, 59; M. E. Bernstein Meschc-ry, who suffered a | W j i h Johnny Bulla, 60; Hody broken jaw Dec. 28, played: Lane with Finsterwald, 62, w i t h his face protected by a a n d Bc rnie S o l o m o n with I! 1 _ 4 1 rlon _. 11 1? 37.30 ' tflRST RACE--4'J furlongi. 3-ycnr-oldFull 0 Dreams, IU, Waeic 7 niilidcru. Pur-A- n,0i)0. Act Now. I^U, tioiflnn ? Horse Wcioht Jockcv PP Fin. Odds Adombic Sue, l?0- T,ini!iuchi n.iMicsviiic. H7, Tan.ouchi -5 1 - j 7.30 Hti'jlv Score, 1?0. " Notch MM), 113. A. V.i'on.-l.i 2 ?; ?-!."0 T i m _ i.i/,*. Kvlrwocd, 11.1, Loncuic-n .T a; i.60 ,, c ,, ' Bold C.ipilo:, U/. L.mow.iy ft J. 9.70 Honey Pie br Sox, 1)7, I v.i cn.ucl.t II i, 17.7Q Jenny Do Lieu ... .'S'.O L.i Vie. 117, Hcrn.incln 1? A 1 : 3.3C Pard.il L.lSilc . - l o s l Vi'iir, Mi. I'iC'CC 7 /"· 8.90 HONEY PtF- ' S.ibinc, 115, Rich.irflFon 9 6 ; ' Upncr Jal, II 7 . P. Woicno 1 9' Tulfv Wnrtin. IvD. Ciimons B 10 ; BoHii-Rc'jSfl, Hi, Burns 10 II 1 GMllc, 117, Shirota ,, 5 12 Time--1:18-». Diirlleivillc ._ 4.40 4.00 NQlch Hill 17.40 'Kylewood · DARTLESVILLE moved 41.40' EIGHTH RACE--It 1 * miles. 4-ynar-olds ^o.iu and UP. Punc »i,OSO. I6.40 Arn.inuiliiri, 116, Boland . . . 4 l» 2.60 56.30 Delfl Blue, 110, Lanowiiy 2 ?'i 3.10 ' Pficcsctter. 115 Pierce / 3 ' ' 16./O . 'SDinncv, 116. A. Valcnrucla 9 4. 21.-1C 1 '· 60 Tnhci Hill. Hi, Shocmdkci 8 5; i.?0 a.iu 4.70 Airline. 116, P. Moreno . '','. 7fl O '·W Llflhlnino Jack. H6, l.Vlniia 10 / ' . 70.4? ,^ T loo Ifir olf IhciLltHc Dell, 116. T.imguchi 1 8 1 - 1 8.90 20.'0 Dl )ct while r.iclno on the inside, closed- Empiric, 116, GIKson 6 9 1 - ll..:0 «.?0 strona under strono handling to ouillniih, Confound, 115. Lonadrn H 1C" 12.6C 16.60 JENNY DELIEU The Ifltler raced wlthlShoot The Brceic, 112, Burns 3 11 16.6D 17.50 lenders from the bcomnlno while between' Tlmc-liWi. 55.70 horses, held on gamely. PARDAL LASSIE'Amnnullnh -. ,, 7.AO 3.40 3.80 ,ed d wide nflD In the final quarter Ocltt Blue 4.00 Pacesetter AMANULLAH from the sterling grtle. trailod firld ti itrono!' FIFTH RACE--6 FURLONGSrALLOWANCES."-YEAR-OLDS UPTl 4 fimllpn Mnderp (I. V.ilcmucl.i) 1 1 7 ' Never belter than now" 5 Sundown II (Shoem.Ucr) . lift Runnmo in tougli luck 7 H.Tl.ufii Rnyr, (A V.i!CP?i)CM) 117 Must be Cflunht ft Pri/c Ho-.t (Lonjidrn) .. 114 Will keen Ihbm honest. .1 Dottriri.i re IGhison) 116 Fiourcs only ,1 lump awiv 6 1 rcppl ijur!^ oScr''^? 1 "!!5 Ch^ro° r r Rd t 0ri1 no n .?o,r" dC; ,£ ! Hu" LONGSHOT-nOCTRINAIRE. ' ' I(M Firm ;TH /f R^CL--^KJR^LONCS.'" ALLOWANCES. 4 - Y E A R - O L D S UP. FILLIES K boxer's headgear with a rubber bar in front of it. The mask didn't bother his {.Shoem.iKc' 1 ] rl (T.-inirjL'tlnl (I. V.ilr-uurl ., . . ' C.IMI'OC fP. Moreno] I 1 Bo-jii:,iljni«.e i A. V*!cnji»pl,i) LONGSHOT-- KIDDIE BOOK Loo'-od pood List sMrl. Beit easier i,ist st.itt Gm.'d r.ti.ei dUoiilb' e-lbler. Not ovt-rmntclicd here. Not loo dependable. No excuses l.isl itiirt. . Fdr ott winning lorm. . G F P T St. Mary's 2 2-3 i 6 Mcsrfiery 5 9-3 3 1? Hart 1 0-1 0 7 Cl.iibomc 7 7-? J 6 Womick 9 ? . ^ S 2 1 Rrrrin.ii o ; : j ; nouiK^ 0 0 0 0 0 Lccdoni o o o o n 9 ? ; 1 JO G F P T 99.12 3 25 - 1 3 3 3 1 1 3 1 - 3 ? / 5 7-S 0 1? s a - 3 3 1 ? II I-.1 1 i J O O 1 6 Harry Deo, 63, Crooker had a own ball and hit on his greens. i"'N6 |*tf I rjnek A Jltn 8 P. M. Every Sat. Nite CROWN BOWL Artcsia Orange SEVENTH RACE--1.', MILES."ALLOWANCES. 4 - Y E A R - O L D S UP. "PURSE"SS^6ot vhlle on the inside. SCRATCHED-D.iv's tnd. . between honci !o t.iKc ccmm.ind c n l e r 1 FIFTH RACE inti btrclch and under rtuld urying d ' c w , Purse SS.OM out i'e.idilv. NOTCH HILL worked her Rr.nht T l n v . 119, M!CSC . 6 Wriv UP while iiwma oround m liiii Clown Prince, 11-1, Voiihe 5 nu.irtcr. KYLEWOOD made uo A lo! ol Printc Scorpion, 113, Lonodn 1 oround In Ihc linal itnocs while on oul- Aroristown Bov. 113, Durni 11 side . F.iv'S Nipht Oul, 116. '.Villa 9 S C R A T C H E D -- Pc.no, MY Sleepyhead, Currock, 111, Lflrio-vriv . 8 Fie..tt.. Jit, T.s S-.t. Jc..c::..'.:!!:, r?, VL-r.-:r( ? Jamie BOY. 113, Pierce .. -1 SECOND RACF--I 1 , miles. 4-yenr-oldi Vital Force. 122. Arcaro . 3 , lurn then moved UD on outside, oot ur furlongs. 3-ycir-olds. in last stride under strong urging. ' DELFT BLUF. alw.ivs within striking i; l.OG-distance ol inc DJILC, torocci to the front ?' 10.80 seventy yards out Iticn gave w.w under 3- 7.40 pressure. PACESETTER closed Ids! on 4'- 1 36.70. outside. 5' 11.101 SCRATCHED--Chris S. 6) 19.70: ATTENDANCE--16.6JB. and up. Purse $4,(.._. Chesty 5., H/, Kc::ie 1 I 1 Pa.sh.1 5a:ed, 150. A. Vl:ul,i 11 ?" Drifting Sen. 113. Pierce 7 3' GUI Cover Uo. IU, iV.dcse 12 J, Surco, 11J. T.inlouchl . 5 5 1 " Fronch Romance, IN. Yak.i B 6- r.'iSJlf Hawk. lit. J,!cri:ne IS / )bs. 114. Leehno Counteratc. 113, A. Va!en; ]4.lO,Scnnniaa, ]\4. Barrow 2.flO 34.60 3.90 13.33 , 6.50 Time--1:08'.i (Equals track record). rinht Tiny - 400 3.00 Clown Prince B.M Prince Scorpion . 3.80 BRIGHT TINY r«i.i-rf into a Iwa lend 13.60 in tiist half mile, held on with oood 18 50 ' Loyola Coasts jiglo 66-53 Victory Kino's Rctord IDS Ltinowiv ? 9" 2 1 7 0 couraoe Ihrouoh stretch under slrona r-ointreau. 114. B.irrow 4 10 ; 9.JO h.indlino to hold CLOWN PRINCE. The 'Gel "Tnnethcr, lie, P. Moreno 3 ll'i 9.SO latter wa cloicsl to winner after the *Bost Adii. Ill, T r c i o s 6 12 16.20 f i r s t quarter, finished stronnlv and wiis · Time--?'fU'). i gamma Jit every stride. PRINCE SCOR- Chcstv S 30.50 11.60 7 2 0 P'ON showed good succd from (he start, Pasha Saled 4M 2M held on oamely. Dfiltino Sen . 8,-lQ NO SC'MECHL-S. CHESTY S. wii', well ol fired m early stfloes while saving oround. moved UD SIXTH .under strong urpmg between leaders lo and v n ' I last lew Mruies. PASHA SAIED Linda Uvcr lioors STOCKTON (/Pi -- Loyola's Lions roared to a commanding 20-point hnlf;c Wednesday night ami then coasted the RACE-K. miles. 4.,c.-.r.oldi rCSt ° f lh ° wa - v lo "»'» back ^*n i" las, ,,,, s,r,,*s. PASHA SAIEO Li nd a «,w ",« "unS"' PU S" 1 V-'°f-«l CollC P e ° f " 1C Padf ' C . 66-53. r,i' r n o l ;?sirvrc° M ' ii ,^:,v' u ;n ^^·^'· P TMr^ r \ ^ ,j : g j n a Wcsl Co;isi A(hlcii c con- far.- turn while mov.nn uruund HID ticld. Pic Quppn. 117. I. VftlenzM 4 A-( 6.20 ICrenCC haskethilll Clime. Tmisncn sironri flnd w.ii cjflmma it cverv Mouniam Glorv 113, A Vl:la 2 S" 3950 T-T i · · · , stride. DRIFTING ( E A Wiis_ icnMnlojhc P e r f e c t Hos.tcf5.JIl, Mundrl 7 «; 31.90 ''1C LlOllS, Winning their "'" ' " """'" ~ " ,_ t( ! 78 '- ^:Sj second league game, roiled up ~ 9 ,J' J J9.9o' a 38-19 load at h a l f t i m e , paced H0 3 R o a '« by t h e s h o o l i n S of forward 400 320 Ed Beino, who hit for 15 ^points d u r i n g the half. Bento fi \Vh.i*ito!dvou (Arcnrol 1? N.iik (Shotmaker) 9 Prorheiic (Har;tin!/i 11 P r c L f o u i Hoard (Y.ik,l) 4 Tan Ch'ef !l (M.icsc) 5 Viclorv Bc.iutv (Lomclcn) I Th,i! I ucky D.iv (Haun) . .. 10 New Sh'lt (Lcc! no) fl L i t e A'.,,cic (Leon) 3 V.inrt'.or .Sena; (nolnnri) ? PL-iff (Pierce) i 7 Au" % nr B. ( T a m o u c h ' ) ! LONGSHOT--NCW SHIFT. ! EIGHTH R A C F -- 1 ' . Mil FS C PRICE $4,000. PURSE 54.500. 3 Flyiin 'south (Piercol 1? Fe-otltill (I. Valrniuela) 11 Bevord Time (Tamnucrii) 10 Green Robe (Lcnodcn) 4 Phantom Ace (Arcaro) 1 Rnri. N p, in n r.no'.vay) ? Country Maid (Maun) P. Socr.itcb [A. V,Tlcn:uc!a) .S F'rcrr;' (^V?fs«) U Easy Hour (Neves) Annc-irs to hold tin edge Snrlnlcd t- it route wanted. Fiflurcs (or ionic cart. Outside post no help. V.'ii.'ing r.icci tar between f a i r r,irc cue back. Slow M.irtcr on the r^il Ciinahle of uosettino. Prcliably necri^ rncino. L.-,,...-T o'd-: -.if lorn Pitcficd ft trllic hinh. DS £ UP. TO" 1 CLAt.'.'.lf.'G (B nv) 15 Lock Out II (A. Valenruela) R Henry Collins (Harmntz) 16 B.iilvwit (Glisson) 6 Manuscript (Fraiipr) 13 I-air Tnumnh (SleHinu) x--Anprenlice allowance claimed LONGSHOT--PRECEPT. May hold a sllfih* erice. Hard to separate top two. Nrvf rarer! this cheap. Trvmp repeat v/m. S'crr. up fro-i; even race'. '.' F.iir elforl at big odds. Viiil lorcr thff nace St.c.«:ciij si'.ins oi tite. Can and must improve. Be.H only tired horses. . Shc-jJd ^cra!ch oul. Needs lo imorovr No excuses last start. Seldom in the hunt. Surprise it close. .. lc«d ioon ittcr ^J.irl, weakened _ undrr nressurc near the end. ' bCKAICHfcD-Thc Mrrng One, Nenr- Vivo, Nfingal, Glory Swccn. THI1?D RACE--A furlongs. 3-yc.ir-old maiden Cnlbrccls. Purse S-1.000. Floworlnn. 115, Arr«iro 8 1 ; 1 Bold Dude- 118. Shoemaker 3 T-' Oatllr Down, 11B, Longden 9 3 ' i Mr, Wag. 113, Lanoway Khalson, lie. Pierce . . 7 5- 6300 Clvfc Center, Ilfl. Duiton II 6' UHtlc Soinet, 113 Wlunriorf 4 7- Kern Princess, 113, Tiiniochi 6 8' Rouci!] Ho!t-,[)re. 118. P.Wrno 5 9 Brbk?n Lnve, 109. H.iun 10 10' ? LfCfll Tern, 11B, Griffiths 1 !P hlclo Lflrk!,, 113, McCrskev 12 12 8.40 7.60 530 4 ' i ?0.?tl LINDAWAY lacked carlv soccd, r D between horses on far turn, rcso itrono urging to oet , , u outside in last sixteenth GOING SOUTH 3'gO had lead on first turn while on inside, sel 7^'BQ'a List pace to midway of slrelr.ii then 50'?0i 0i1vc wav uirtcr preisure Iron- winner. 3440 ALI'S FLIRT h,id soccd from Ihc start, ,._,., __ iithouph weakening in v t u . . nded ImiSlieu tllC gaiTlC 35 ,, u j held on gamoly 75 70'Stretch. ime-i:n. NO SCRATCHbE. F lowering ,, IB.BO 7.40 Bald Dude _ . 4.20 B.lttlo Down FLOWERING moved into lead .... afler stnrt while betwren hor^os, drew ,\AcT.ivlsh, 111 Shocmnkcr / out in last furlong under msiri urqmo. Mr Dommn, 112, Boltind ' 3 BOLD DUDE w-is doieM to winner f : dd:e Schmidt, 1?7. I.VIntM 2 thrnunhout v/lnV s.ivmr; (irnjnd. (ipld on,Twentvone Guns. 113. (nochi 6 Vvith nood cour.Tjr. BATTLE DOWN wa^.Sid Old Bov 109, Burns slow lo settle, closed last after '···-""'i--'»'' f--· '" «· scorer with 22. College of the Pacific's high man was Ken Stanley with 15. COP - c, , 3.20 SEVENTH RACE-1U miles. 4-year-olds I 5j?= nnl 5. v 3.60 and UD. Purse 525,000 added yvnnni 'American Gomel tli, Barrw 5 1 ,- - · G F P T Loyola G F P 1 L.Leonard O O o 1 0 Benin fl 6-6 .1 ?: n J 3 4 15G'0!c ! 1-i 1 ]' 3 4-P 1 lORvr.n .i 00 4 i , -,,, 2 3 3 1 7 Wicricrkcnr 1 0 - 0 2 ' : isTM jgjsgssr- Jn3'i ? ?-4 4 (, 3 1-? 1 7 .TJO IBTM, 3?. -10 Tol.il to the inside m SCpATCMt"-D -- Onajvav, Ocean Free Man, Web's Regards. FOURTH RACE--fti-t furlonos. oldi nnd up, fillies and mares. Money Pie, 109, l. t inoww 3 1 -Mnv Do Lieu, 1IJ. i.Vlrula S 1 PArdal Lnisic, 117, I onciricn I .1 Trench Trturh. UJ. Sh-rt^cr P -) Peeress 117, Bauer 5 5 Prrtr Rnllah, 1 \.\ Rirrt'. 4 f- is'e Of Cvnrus. IU. AreaTM in 7 Farsldc. 117, Pierce . 2 fi ·ODDlng Mr. Snnrk, 111. Pi Civic Pride, IIS, Arcnro _.. 1 8 ? 60 Oucst, Time--l^? 1 !. i 'American Comet 1(MO 6.40 4.3o! .McTnviSh 7.30 8 0 1 Purln Mr- Dorman · 5 - 20 | AMERICAN COMET WHS well Dl,iced|: 1 12 60 l(1 Cllr| v stnaci while kcromg close to -i ft '., 0 leaders, c.imc !o outside on far turn, j U n o * l i e w out sttMdily after taking command .,' ,' 5C rnterirto strrtch. McTAVISH ridv^ncpd ·i * t,n slCiidlly while hctwrcn horses in final · 1; '. 10 Quarter. MS. DORMAN forced pare to 4 10 sfrelch tl'cn oflye w3y, · 7S.OO NO SCRATCHES. 70 13-52 17 53 Tolnl me r.core: Loynl«i 24 1 8 7 1 17 '. COP 19. L Hockey Results to J. New York t game scheduled) AUD CHANGED TO FEB. 12 The vvi-psllinR program scheduled for (he Long Beach Municipal Auditorium this Friday night has been switched to next Friday evening, Feb. 12. The mat card features world heavyweight champion Eduoard Carpentier, who'll defend h i s t i t l e against Germany's Hans Herman. Mike and Ben Sharpe will take on El Gran I.otario and Jumping Joe Scarpa in a tag team match, while Bob Wilson meets George Drake in the 8 p.m. opener. BETZ' BEST Most Probable Winner -Rumble in 1st. Best Bet--No Guns in 2nd Best Money Prospect--Beyond Time in 8th. Win Parlay--Sky Rider ir. 3rd to Guilton Madero in 5th Longshot Special -- Selling Fast in .1th. irc's Specials Best Rot-- Rumble In 1st Best Ch.incc Bcl-Hullcr m 3nd Acrnsi Ihc Boaid-- Phfnlom Ace in Slh Preferred P.irl.iy-- Prm Hoil lo Flyln' South. Bankroll Special-- Nnvv Fire in 3nd Clocker'i Tip-- palomflr in fllh. MORE SPORTS O\ PACE D-l FRBRUARY 6th -- OX'i: DAY ONLY -- Long Beach Municipal Auditorium 9 A.M. to 9 P.M A l l Prorrcds to C h i l d r e n ' s Dcnt.il Health Center, Long Beach Calif or Ihe COLONEL... The "Julep-Slyle" Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey A Most Honored Product of One of Kentucky's Oldest Distillers 4 4 / 5 ? t . 3 p,. S l * V ; f t . 5|i; wnowt Disnims MOOUCB ctwwr, icu wu, ny..ss PWB LEN Owner-Manager CHEVROLET CO. CONTINUES THE WORLD'S BIGGEST FULLY FACTORY EQUIPPED 36 MONTHS TO PAY 30,000-MILE GUARANTEE SMALLEST MONTHLY PAYMENTS LOWEST DOWN PAYMENT 2-DOOR M O D E L 1 1 2 1 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE GREAT SALE PRICES AT FULL SIXTH and LONG BEACH BLVD. HE 6-5291--.SPrucc 5-1841 · Open Nights 'til 10 and All Dny Sunday

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