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4C Northwest Arkenwj TIMES, Sunday, April 55, 1974 rATF-TTKYlLLE. ARKANSAS To Prove 'Superhorse' Status ,. ' Honest Pleasure Is Ready '.LOUISVILLE, Ky. ( A P ) -Honest Pleasure gets a chance to prove his "sllpcrlior'sc" status Saturday in R field of 8 lo 10--one of the smallest in decades-- ejected for the 102nd Kentucky Derby. The front-running son of What A Pleasure has won nine races in a row anil Ihis season mowed down all comers in the Flamingo, the Florida Derby «nd : lhe Dluc Grass Slakes. . ; In fact, the only losses in his 12-race career came Ihe first and third time he was on the rack and, in both, he finished second by less than one length. In the past three decades, only a handful of Derby fnvor- tcs have been so overwhelming as to limit the Held to 10 or less. Tops Expos 11th Honest Pleasure, racing un. der Ino'grcen and white silks of Bertram Firestone, was .voted the 2-year-old champion -lasl year after winning Ihe. Arlington - Washington, the Champagne, the Laurel Futurity and [lie Cowdcn for a season's bankroll of 5370,227. . . T U R N E D LOOSE This year, jockey Braulio Baeza -. simply has turned him loose and dared . anyone lo catch him. No one has. However, in the Derby, E. R Tizol's speed merchant, Bold Forbes, plans lo try. Bold For- jes kd most of Ibe way In win- ling lhc Wood Memorial by n widening W lengths. Also out lo prove Honest Pleasure dishonest rirc On The Sly, second in the Wood; Elocu- lionist. winner of the Arkansas Derby; 'June's Blazer,' seventh in llrc Hollywood Derby; Inca lloca, third in llio'-Uliic Grass- and Cojak, tilth in the Wood. Because the Derby is the world's most famous horse race, there usually arc others lo pay Just lo who . arc sec their colors on Hie' Irack al 5:40 p.m.. EOT, Saturday. Not even the famed "Secretarial, 1 who .won..the . first Triple Crown in · a quarter century in 1973, would frighten much competition Pleasure lias. ' . off ' as Iloncsl A do^cn wcnl against Sccfe- |arlat in Ibe fii-sl 'jewel of racing's triple - crown, where lie scored by 211 lengths in selling n track record for the IVt miles of 1:59 2-5. BIG K A l t N I N O S lloncsl Pleasure goes inlo (lie Derby earnings of 562C.7M, more tliiin a dozen limes whnl ho cost \Vlwn Firestone purchased him as a yearling in Hie 1974 Saratoga Sales, Bold Forbes won the first seven races of his career, five of Ihem in Pucrlo Hico, before t a k i n g , the Tremonl. and Saratoga Special. A minor injury forced a rest toward the end of lasl season. Ali; Norton ToFight,But Separately l . A N D O V K H , Mil. (AP) -Heavyweight champion MII- liammncl Ali and top challenger Ken Norton will fight Fridny. nlKlll at (he Capital Centre, but not ugainst each oilier. : - . Ali wilt .meet Jimmy Young. a .. 27-year old .. whoso ranking far outstrips l r MONTREAL (AP) - Dave Concepcion's (wo-run single' in the lllh inninc; gave the Cincin- hali Keds a 64 victory over the Mrrlreal Expos Saturday. J Dan Dricsbcn Isel off the 1Kb against Don Carrithevs. 0-1. J.vith an an infield .single and IJohnny Bench yvas safe when Third baseman Larry Parrish lobbied his grounder. Mike bunted the -runners ahead and Cesar G.'ironimo was in- Jentionally walked lo load Ihe bases before Conception denv- red his single lo riglll-csnler 'ield The victory went lo re Women Set Three Of Five Records At The Rain-Swept Drake Relays clippiries, In a -s 15-i-omklcr. the". Mrsl of . . plnnncrl .defenses in ^he fourth on Pete Mackamn's tacrifice fly. 'f The Reds struck for a run in the lilth on Lum's homer, then .'jvenl ahead * 2 in Ins sixth on 3oe Morgan's three-run blast. *lso o« 'off starter Steve Ro- 'gcrs A «a'k la Pete Roses Snd Ken Griffly's single pr/3;ceded lloraan's third homer of ^he season. · :Mackanin's single Save Ihe .By GOnbON HANSON Associated Press Writer · DES M O I N K S . Iowa (AP) -- Tlirce of Ihe" five records..3d during the rain-svvcpl conclusion of Ihe two-day Drake Relays Saturday were by women runners, and a fourth was by Indiana high schooler Rudy Chapa. i " Francie Larrleu Lulz ol Ibc the Pacific CoasL Club. America's .Lop. remain distance runner, sel a meet mark in a new event--the \\-omen's invitational 1,500 meters--wilh ai (ime of 4 minutes, 18.B aeconds. "Actually. I was shooting for around 4:15, so I guess I'm disappointed," Mrs. Lulz said, "But considering Ibe condi 1 lions, it's not so bad." Performances were held during a constant .stow rain which fell on shivering spectators in Drake Stadium during Ibe 67th renewal of the classic. Mrs. l.utz ;ilso" won Ibe worn n Ihe women's invitalional 5,100 meters, bettering the old standard of- 16:118 by Julie Brown : of the Los Angeles Track Club in'. 1974. " " I ' v e , always tell discriminated against," Miss Nop- pel said, "especially since Ihero iavcn'1 been many long dis- ance cvenls .for women. My goal is lo make the Olympic .rials in the 1,500-meter run" al Eugene. Ore., in June. The Prairie View Track Club claimed Ihe girls' invitalional Expos a run m the hollom of ..h'e sixlh anrt Ihev lied it -H in Ihe sevenlh on Ellis Valentine'5 iirsl homer of the season, a jeadolf shot against reliever fFedro Forbon. en's invitalional meters in 'Sonics Need Win \ On Home Court | To Stay In Race ' r SEATTLE (AP) -- The teallle SuperSonics,- -trailing 'Phoenix thrfv; E am es to one in Sheir - National Basketball Asso- Jcjatinn playoff .series,-are look- 'Ing to the relurn lo.lheir home iourl and lighter 'defense to keep from bsing eliminated by Jthe Suns today. !' "We've got to put everything 2:08.66. In both races, she out distanced second-place finisher Cindy Bremser of the Wiscon sin Track Club. .SETS R E C O R D Peg Nep'pel. Iowa Stale, se an American record of i6;28.-li BSO.yard m girl edley relay in a . meet record 1:40.93. bettering its previous standard of 1:41.3 in 1974. ' On '. the Prairie View learn were Sherry Williams, Debra Sapenler. Beverly Day -and Mary Ayers. Jackson Slate f i n - ished' second al 1:42.8-1. Chapa, 18, of Hammond, Iml. placed fifth in the 10.000 meters won by Ed Memloza of Arizona In 28:23.15. Wisconsin's Mark Johnson was second al 28:2ri.l8 FAST TIME Chapa's time of broke the national hi 28:32.6 ·cenlly-establishec school record vent, also. ' bcllercd "'Hulsl's nark for Ihill distance by neitr- 12 seconds. . ' , : · -' Louisiana State's Lai'iy'Shipp ook the 110'meler high hurdles 'n 13.82. edging Missouri's God vin Obastigi. 13.02: Shipp, who. never played col- ,egc - f o o l b a l l , .was recently drafted by - Sealllc and -\ws :herc recently lo . discuss ' contract terms. However, he.didn't s i g n ' a pro contact,, saying;. "I d[dn'l want to take any chances on being ineligible for the. NCAA or the Olympics. ''If I don't make that Olympic team--I. think il will lake 13.2 to make^it-,-thcn look lor me on the - tube catching passes." . . As .expected. Eastern New Mexico's crack college distance medley team came in first al 9:-18.26--nearly live. seconds off lhc-relay, record. However; Olympic silver, medalist Mike Doit Ihe learn lYad a 50-yard victor margin Northern Doit, . . diiys. BniThiK a major upset by Young, Ali is, set to! tight European champion Richard Dunn of England :Mny : 25 i n . Munich, West Germany. · ' , .' - Norton, ranked No. 1 by the World Boxing Association and No. 2 by .Ilio AVorld" Boxing: Council, will tight Ron .Slander in a scheduled 12-roiindcr as he keeps busy while awaiting n : shot. nC Ali in what is expected. to be the "liig money" bout. ' . "liblh "the " All anrt Norton. fights will be shown on home, TV by ABC beginning at 9 p.m., 'EST. ' Young is ranked third by the WHO and 'fourth .byl'ilic - W B A ; but is much' belter known to hnb'itucs of gyms than to. ;lhc general public. ; ' ' ' . ; The 27-year-old Philadelnhian is a cutip. familiar with all the tricks' of ! the trade.' Hul..hb ap-' parently. laeks power and .will, be'-, facing mi "opponent f w h o lake's a IrcnicndoiiS" punch: In 23 nro fights Young has scored only five knockouts., O n e ' ot them . - w a s - in-; eight rounds against, .punri. Feb. -.11,' 1074. ':··' V FOURTH ONE : That Dunn fight was Young's f o u r t h in a 12-bout unbealc streak which improved Youngs fourth in a 12 -. bout, unbeaten siring included a 10-rmmd draw Nov. 26. 1074, against Earnie Shavers. The hard-hitting .Sha vers' was the last man. Ip heat Young, scoring n one-round knockout Feb. 10. 1073. Following the Shavers' draw came . (he fight which bcgnn " A G E '. 17 ^ - v ' , 3 4 WEIOHT* 210- v 220 HtlGHT , iff, 2in. ' 6tf, Sin. 1 ' '.REACH 79lfi, - 80l n '. 15 in.' ,}S\n. CHEST ( N o r m a l ) 4 2 i n , ' " 44m, CHEST (Expanded 45in. , v '' WAIST 33in / I7!n . "'" . :. ' " TALE OP THE TAPE . ' .;:.'..; . licrc are the'uilni sfafislics /or the Muhammad Mi-Jimmy Young-title tight, 'schedulei'J.' Ipr April 30 in Landover, JUd- · ; . · · . v · · ,. ·'· .' '.'. over second place Iowa- Kenyan who ran a 28-548 bv Eric Hulsl of I-agunal *:02.6 anchor mile. said. Beach Calif. Chapa's six-mile was tlie w o r s t ' w e a t h e r condi time of 27:36.4. in the samel lions I've ever run in." . Yanks Enjoy Wild 9-8 Win Over Kansas City Royals inlo Lhis one same, .Tjecause if we, don't we're sav- 'ing il for nolhing,".said Seattle Denier Tom Btirleson. The con- 4esl will be nationally televised. .'' Since winning the gpener. of the heL-o[ seven series al "home, Ihe Sonic's have dropped three slraight lo the Suns, the ·last two in Phoenix. ;-· f The Suns, said Burlcson. are eulmuscling Ih'o. Sonics. · "The physical beating is taking its loll " Burleson said. That is .itomclhing lhat tends lo take people away from their game. ·Phoenix is very bruising." ·' V/hile . Burlflsoii and guard JFred Brown have been carry- Ing the offense for Seallle, Phoenix has had a more bal- 'anccd aflack. Fnur players are jie jno 25 NEW YORK ( A P ) -- Chris Chambliss' f o u r t h hit of Ihe game, z one-oul single in the lllh inning, scored Roy While from second base and gave the New York Yankees a wild 9-8 victory over the Kansas City Royals~Saturday. The Royals blew a chance to win in regulation lime when Jim Wohlford missed third base as he raced home on John May.- berry's apparent single with [wo out in lhc eighth innin the score tied. New York I baseman Craig Nellies ap pealed lo umpire Nestor Chylak and what looked like a run scoring hit. became an inning ending forceoul. There was no g an thirc 'raging H poinls a game or IK. led by. Paul Westphal's . Seattle has been outplayed al forward, and misses Leonard 'Cray, who normally slarls up 'front bul K oul with a leg i~ jury. Coach Bill Russell hi tried numerous combinations at 'forward lo try to counter the Suns' strength, Including a Zaid Abdul-Aziz and John Hummer. ' The Sonics finished one game '.ahe-H of Phceniv d u r i n g the ·re'ular season, bul lost four of Jeven games lo the Suns during \ Phoenix, meanwhile, will be [trying to avoid duplicating its '·plavoff nErtor.tia.ncc of 1970. IThaf year, the Suns look a f i h r e e l o o n e lead over Los An- fceles in the western semifinals. · · · · - ··- '--· three gumcnl from the Royals. K a n s a s - C i t y also failed ECore a f l e r pulling runners on :irsl and third with none oul in .he third inning and h a d - F r c i Palek throw' out al the plalc o end the sixth when he [riec Lo score on Frank While's double. The Yankes, who rallied fo four runs and an' 8-8 tie in Ih bollom of Lhe sevenlh a f t e r lln Royals had scored Jive times ii lhc top of the inning, begai their winning r a l l y , on Ho White's one-oul single off Mart Pallin. 0-2. Ihe fiflh Kansa Cily pitcher. White moved inl scoring position when Thurma Munson wa s hit hy a pilch an Chambliss followed with ground single to right field. . Chambliss, who has driven i at' least one run in eight con secutive games, capped Ne 1 Rangers Edge Tigers DETROIT ' (AP) '·--: /Right 'iclder Rusty 'daub's ninth-inning error on Gene dines' pinch-single gave Texas the tie- breaking run. and Ihe Rangers went on to a .5-4 'victory Saturday, over the-Detroit Tigers. -.Jeff Burroughs started the inning against Detroit relief ace John Hlller'wilh a single and pinch-runner Dave Moates was bunted to second..Tom Grieve was then walked' intentionally Ciines, batting for Mike 'ork's tying rally in the sev nlh with a l u n s c o r i n g single. Wohlford's pun-fly dounle- 'hic;i fell unloucned just 30 eel from home plate trig- ered lhc R o y a l s ' . f i v e run sev nlh. They.. rapped relievers )ick Tidrow arid Sparky Lylc or six nils, including Adams iHI singles by Hal McRae, A Cowens and i'alek, and scorer he tinal run of the inning w h o r "on-ens raced home unmolested Torn third base while Ihe Van kccs had Patek in a rundowi between first and second. Frazier-Foreman Bout In Chicago NEW YORK (A'f) -- The.Joe frazicr-Gcorge . F o r e m a n leavywcght fight, knocked out of Yankee Stadium, will probably be held in Chicago Stadium June 15, Ihe New York 'ost reported Saturday. Prompter Jerry Pererchio. who has signed both lighters for I million each, has called a new conference in Central Park Tuesday · to . announce the sile and ri'.llc nf the scheduled 12- round houl between the two for- ner champions. - . Perenchio had wanted to put the fight in Yankee Stadium June 15, but the Yankees balked. The br.ll club has approval rights over events helll in Lhc stadium during baselttll season. Greg Carlberg Wins Marathon At Drake Meet DES MO'IN'ES. Iowa (AP) -- Jrcgory Carlberg of Ihe Plains Track Club in Omaha w o n - I h e marathon ' race . al · , lhe ; . 67lh Drake . Relays here ..Saturday besting a field of some 270 rim- rs, i'" ·· Carlberg, a former Ilniver- sily .of Nebraska runner, covered lhc 26 mile, 385-yard dis- Lancc fro mdie SUite Capilol to Drake Stadium in Lwo hours,'22 minutes, 25 seconds. Charles Burfows-ofUhe Twin Cities Track Club was second in 2:2-1:34 and teammate Bruce 2:24:40. Third place was taken by Wisconsln-Parkside's -Ray Frederickson in 2:23:58. ' . pushing Younn toward the. til shot lor which he reportedly will gel $100.000 -r a ID-round decision over Ron-I.yle Feb. 11 ifo closed oul 1975 , with knockouts or Robert Lloyd and Al Jones and then, outpointed Joe "King" Roman on the Ali- Coopman, card. .'AH said -he wasn't, impressed with Y o u n g s performance . although Yimng won almost' .every, round, llany observers' .- fell. Young should Cubbage, lined a single lo right. ' .." Monies held up momentarily al third, then, clashed home to pnl the Rangers ahead 't-3 when Slaub over-ran lhc ball. Grieve have been"' able " to stop Puerto IVLcan veteran. the . took third on the error and Roj Smallcy's sacrifice fly to SUul scored him .with whnl proved to be the .winning ' run, offsetting Ben Oglivie's . pinch-home run in the bottom of the ninth. The Rangers had lied in Ih eighlh when Smalley singled raced to third qn-Len .Handle', single lo center and - scorec when Juan Behcquiz hit inlo ; double play.-.Texas got a pair o runs in the sevenlh on Grieve's .. the' third; Aiire.Ho Rodriguez ed off .with a walk, took second on a passed hall and.scored on Tom Vcryzer's. single. .Veryzer yas bunted to second, moved to bird on Kon Ix?Plore single and scored on Alex Johnson's sacrifice fly. LeFiore then slole second and came home on Willie Horton's single to lefl-cenler, Wins Bass Tourney L A K E . TENKILLKR." Okla, (AP) -- Bill "-Willis Jr., son p: Dk.ihbma Mouse-Speaker' Bil Willis of Tahtequah," won. first place - Saliirday in the Inter na.tional ,Ba5S Association's na Lional championships hy catcli ing 27 pounds,' three o bass during the two-chiy event. Jim Honslon, Tahlequah, tool second place with 22 pounds, 1 ounces. George Winer, De Queen, Ark., won, third, catch ing 19 pounds, 14 ounces.' · Fourth place went to Mike St second homer.of .the season Sox Game Rained Out CHICAGO (Al) -- The game betwcn (he Boston Red Sox and Chicago -While Sox Saturday nighl was postponed bo- ca-ise uf rain and wcl grounds and rescheduled as a day game August 19. which originally was an open date. Ali is getting 51 million "and change" fni- his. 18th title appearance and his sixlh since he a ^^,. u ,. w ,,. . regained Ihe championship r by The Tigers scored three run knocking out George Foreman in .the eighth round in ^aire Oct.: 30. 1074. The -bout in. the 19,000-sea't. Capilal Centre be- w'ccn Ilalfimbrc and Washington will be All's third appearance on home television in bib five fights: Home viewers -'"" wafchcrt the champ Lylc in 11 rounds al Las Vegas, Nov., May 16,' .1975. a him dominate Coopman.. Green-White Game DENTON, , Tex. ' ( A P ) . : -Quarterback K e n - Washington f i r e d ' I w o ' touchdown passes as he complcled seven 'of eight tosses to lead North Texas State's green squad to victory over, the whiles Saturday in a spring foolball scrimmage. Washington's passing piled up I3D yards,, including scoring strikes of 35 yards to. flanker John. .Dallas,'. Tex'.,' pounds, 15 ounces wilh I 1 nd fill! place was won by Otto Ru behausen, Leavemvorth, Kan, w r ilh 16 pounds, four ounces. Wilkins Sets Discus Record WALNUT, - C a l i f . (AP) .·.TT lassive Mac.Wilkins uncorked" listory's longest discus throw, · 26' feet 9 'inches, Saturday it : he Ml. San Antonio College Re:'. ays.', ' , . .; ~""-' Wilkins' fourth throw o f ' . t h e . day was measured at 69.14 iri^" ,ers «nd belters Hie vvoiid ·ccord of 226-B, or 69.08 meters. set nearly a year ago by Wil- ius' Pacific CoasL Club teammate, John Powell. J;'/ The bearded 6-lool-4, 240- lound Wilkins. a graduale p f _ :he University of Oregon, lei fly": info a brisk wind lhal helpeeV carry [he disc. . -,,, Before Saturday,' Wilkins!-: best previous throw was 219-1 last year in Copenhagen. ,Ea_r : j tier this year, Wilkins miexpect,, e'dly · switched lo the shot p u t . and his 08-414 throw placed h i m . No. 2 in the'.world indoors.-but" Wilkins said he. plans to Iry.'for,', (he U. S., Olympic team ei- ' cluslvely in the discus. 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