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C-4--INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) MM ···* CM., Fri- F«*. ». m» DONIVELL CULPEPPER Princess Finds Home, Good Food Baby Princess never had it so good, and with the chef and kitchen employes of the S.S. Princess Louise Restaurant showering down bits of shrimp, king crab, abalone, fillet of sole and lobster tail, she's not likely to leave her small floating dock under the gangway entrance to the floating Princess. You see, Baby Princess is a pup seal. Just who determined that she was a girl is beside the point. In order to reach that float on Terminal Island, she had to swim through the Los Angeles Outer Harbor, then two miles up the main channel toward docks where ships berth. Princess was exhausted when she reached that little float under the restaurant's gangway, and the ship's French chef, Paul Peron, decided that she needed something to eat. So, with the type of tidbits that Peron tosses around, most of us might like to become skin divers and sit on that float and howl for just the things that Princess is getting. It's evident that Princess lost her mother somewhere in the oily Pacific and wandered off on her own Tuesday. It is also apparent -- or was Thursday -- that Princess has no intention of leaving that float except on short swimming burst to test her muscles. City of Los Angeles Department of Animal Regulation officials, called to inspect Princess, determined that she had not been injured. * '-a ^ NATURALLY, PRINCESS DOES NOT know the opinion of Larry Whiteneck, chief engineer of the Los Angeles Harbor Department, about water pollution. Whiteneck is the brave soul who doesn't flinch one bit when pollution is mentioned. He rises to the occasion and repeats what he has said so many times previously, name, that the water of Los Angeles Inner Harbor should be polluted enough to keep any marine growth from surviving. Why? Because if any marine growth is allowed in the inner harbor, those horrible wood-eating worms will destroy those wooden pilings in Los Angeles Harbor and the docks might go tumbling down. He and others become irritated when the fact is mentioned that Long Beach Harbor Department officials were smart enough to use concrete pilings that would last for many years. When water is so bad that barnacles and other marine growth will not survive, it is fairly evident that anchovies, the forage fish for most game fish in this area, also will die. Getting back to Baby Princess, she must have come through all that outer harbor and the main channel without food, or she followed a school of fish swimming in on a high tide current. I, for one, hope that she has a long and useful life under the restaurant's gangway. * * * OUTDOOR PERSONALS -- Lake Cachuma will be closed to boating and camping through this coming weekend, perhaps longer, because of extreme muddy conditions throughout the entire Cachuma Lake Park area. Anglers, if they wish to walk, may fish along the shores, but no boats will be used. Cachuma is so filled with debris that it is even dangerous to take out the large patrol boat. Glenn Todd, manager of the Lake Cachuma Store, said that park officials would announce next week just when boating and camping may be resumed. Irvine Lake's reopening has been cancelled, and it is not known just when Russ Cleary, manager, will decide on an opening date. The lake is loaded once again with debris, with much of it going over the spillway. The Silverado Canyon slide disaster took the life of Montell H. (Monty) DeWitt, an employe of Garcia-Cono- lon. His wife, Jackie, worked at the Irvine Lake Store. Funeral service is being held today for DeWitt. The DeWitts had lived in Silverado Canyon for several years and Monty was one of the members of the Silverado Canyon volunteer fire department, where the slide took more than a dozen lives. Arnold Palmer EXTEND LEFT ARM FOR WIDE BACKSWING ARC Remember, too, that your head and your body must not sway laterally to the right on your back- swing. Swaying will destroy all benefits d e r i v e d from the wide jwingarc. So swing the clubhead straight back, then around-and up, with a straight left arm -but don't sway to the right. A wide swing arc produces a longer clubhead. path than does a narrow swing arc. Normally, a long clubhead p a t h produces more clubhead speed at impact, and thus more distance, A wide iwing arc, if properly produced, olio encourages a f u 1 1 shoulder turn, a n o t h e r major source of power. My wide backswing arc results from maintaining a fully extended left arm throughout. Also, I take the clubhead straight back from the ball. ·ft, ^ ]«* pWTL rWw*. If*, M. Josephson Hopes to Rejoin Rams CONSENSUS IETZ (110) Friday, Frt. a; Clwrty Fait Fiiit Poll 1 p.m. By AL LARSON MIS--FIRST I m*«Hor» Jx«.v . CKitniM xin IWH. 3 ! l Many Veils l Many Veils ! Jil-Jan Fit Peggy I Pea Jacket I P«a_Jcket_ ! a-P.Flier i Gainstp.-ne " .Lad «-P. Flit.' Mrhier I Old Mariner S.Lal I Old A wt How is Lester Josephson? "Coming along fine," says the Rams' running back who underwent surgery on his left leg Sept. 30 for a torn Achilles tendon. "They took the cast off Dec. 13. I'm able to do some jogging now," Josephson said Thursday while relaxing at Blair Field after a whirlpool treatment. "I'll be in Long Beach for two weeks so the Rams can supervise my rehabilitation p r o g r am. Then I'll return to Sinux Falls for the rest of the winter. "Normally when you tear your Achilles, everyone thinks it is a total wipe- out. This passed through my mind, too. I'm relatively young for this type of injury. Rosey Grier was 35 years old when he tore his Achilles last year. I won't turn 27 until July. "My medical care has been very good so I'm hopeful I '11 be able to play next season." Josephson, who led all Ram rushers in 1967, has exercised his leg to minimize the atrophy of the muscle. "It's pretty near back to normal now." If Josie can bounce back, the Rams' ground attack might get back to normal, too. 3373 Aboutaaio, Blum ....... 3353 Buttermilk Skies, Alvrz ________ ^ 33" K ?H PTM'/"""'" " g£ 8,»ffi Sffi Tr """° 3S5 iSfa y ' 5W B7llf «'.;.- .11; ·.:..:. §17 Bf'm iV»"'SaTM'" ........ : . LOMGSKOT-JEKKY WAY. IK S xlOS Would b« no surprise 3 109 Cnaied better -- . _.. .. 2 116 Demands sup^Jrt i 114 Can *^d must improve ID in outside chance ... .. 7 109 Lost all chance at start. . . 4 Hi Not oH last . 9 114 Figures to trail t l ^^i Catifornl . . ] ^k! nl.~.l 10-1 . 10-1 . 15-1 Hvdrooowir (S) Rimal I Strng Award r Bill Blnad Rlmal I Strng Award I Soceman II itsr: I Jets Kngdm I Strng Awrd (10) | Rimal Rimal (10) I Strng Award Uts Kngdm (4). 3414--SCCOND RACE, i lurlMtt. Fllliti 4 num. ytir oloi ind u. Puru S4SOS. Top clalmlm »fl« ilOtO. _ 337S Many Veils, M. Valen. _ SSs IS? iSST 3S- iSS-iC 3362 Jit-Jan, Yanez ,, 901» Pea Jacket. Blum _ 3344 Flett Peggy. Shoemaker _ __ 3375 Tarry. Fires ,, . _ _ _. 3l77 June's Dilemma, Grant 1 3375 Devil's Rule, Hartack 3118 Rosafer, Pineda ..._ 3262 Mogul's Gift, Harmatz .. 3315 Flasti Oebora. Trevino . Sandy's Terri, Harris. . . 1 LONgSHOT-- DEVIL'S KUL.E. 113 Speed to Inn . 116 Will try runaway race . 116 Chance with ttiis boy .,,. H7 Not overmatched here . 1)6 Helcs make it a tough race . 117 Strong in the strttch 117 Must imorove 119 Outside chance . . _ 116 Willing but in tougn . 116 Probaolv needs racing Howard ,Jud«na iJudena(U) ! Pelt. Izetta I Pett* Lzetta m i Scoop Time I Chenille (5) 6-1 6-1 3-1 . 10-1 . 10.1 15-1 . 15-1 'DCTORJ.P. i OH DoctorJ.P. 1 Acknwldae RJf ° ' Oil IAcknwld« D c r J P STi ' 011 011(9) K mm.l Hi Kummel (5I Hi;--THIRD RACE. ] furlongi. ftUMtn j.ytar-cld colls » telfings. Purse HOOP. 3372 a Prudent Filer, Harmatz "i '"'" 32=2 Sourdough Lad, Pierce .. . 7 3327 Old Mariner, Fires .... . 10 113 Had excuses ...... 113 Figures rioht there 113 Should take a oari ., m the Parlor, Sellers 9 113 By Poona II Ga'nsterne, M. Valen S 118 Could be placed too low - - · - - · - · · us Part ol a strong entry _ ,,. 118 Not overmatched here . 113 Outside chance ,, 118 Sham improvement needed .... IIS Outside factor Ill Figures to trail 118 Field looks too tough i?8 . 3372 D^dv^ancffi'oiaz ::.:~:r. i! 3372 f Sunders "Mutiny, Trevir.'o '12 i°r? Kitx^'SStvTM"TM ......... J . LONCSHOT-PRINCE TORO. 5-2 3-1 7-2 ... 4-1 6-1 5-2 . .. ·! 10-1 10-1 15-1 15-1 . 15-1 NQTE-tlumber altTrlia'ndicoPper'sjionneJS_nymber ol winners selected. Majestic Prince Runs Streak to 5 " CE ' "* **"· J "" r """- Pur " *"" c " imin ' """ S A.NTA. CHARTS Copyright 1M? by Triangle Publication!, Inc. Dally Racing Form Las Angeles Turf Club, Inc., santa Anita Park, Arcadia, Calif., Thursday, Feb. 27, 1969--loth day of 75-day wlntir-sprlng mttling. Completi Hniihe* ill race! confirmed by official photochart camera. 3333 Painted Valley, Trevlno . (20/UConcluded, Harmatz _ . . Missile B., Pineda 3174 Pistol, Resales _ 3330 Broker's Buy, Blum 3317 Off Tackle, Hill 3317 Lord's Ransom, Diaz 113 Could surprise tnem . 114 Figures rtaht there I'M Raced well at Calienie xl09 Sure to improve Ill Speed to threaten Ill Willing but in tough Hi would have TO surprise ... .. 109 Needs tine light weight 114 Outside chance 114 Lacked soeed all the way .. 3 1 if 6 1 10-1 10-1 15-1 15-1 34U--FIFTH RACE t furlongi Maiden 4-year-olds and up. Punt HMO. RACE ' Clalml TM Index Horse 5TR FIN Jockey 116 1 114 4 4 " 116 5 7 116 3 5 .... 113 6 8 113 3 3 _ 113 7 2 11J 1 9 Oddi_ 2:96 2.iO 3360 Paddle Wheeler 3293 Golden Balcony . 3325 Winnie Mae Brilliant Sun 3361 Sene Factum Time-:22, :45 3-5. :53 3-5,~l:12. S2 iViutuels paid Mr. Leroy 57 10 «W $2.60 Slid* Kelly - 3.60 2.M Haberdasher 2.M · Start good from gate, won handily. Mutuel Pool $111.951. MR. t EROY broke in stride, moved up soon after the start to share the early lead, drew clear on the far turn while 1-1 1-2 1-2V= 1-5 Ydnez 4-2 ?-l 7-3 2-4 Pineda 3-h 3-''j 3-1'A 3-1'/a Hall Z.uu 7- 1 /! 0-3 fl-S'/h 4-1 !A Harmatz 13.00 2-i/j 4-2Vi 4-2 5-h M.valen 8.60 8-2V3 7-1 7-h S-3.1 Mills 50.90 5-4 5-2 5-2W 7-2W Trevino 28.70 6-h 6-'A 6-V'a 8-ns Yanez 53.30 9 9 9 9 Bliim _14.30__ along the rail, outraced Slide" Kelly Info the streich and drew away to win with speed to spare. SLIDE KELLY attended thi early pace on thi outside, offered his best bid midway on the turn and hung. HABERDASHER forced the early pace from between horses and slack- SCRATCHED--Determined Lad. 3122 Hvdropower, Lambert ....... 3031 Sinful Paopa, Shoemaker j^l Revo°uHon, "ierce _ " ._ 3122 Thank You Monty, Blum SS Caotaln Hart, Gibbons _ S3 f u ."J*S J5.V a ». lr*oTM» Hali ' $961 Early Agent, Costa . . . Battle House, Trevino _ 2652 Any Excuse, McCullar .. _ 3245 Casadora, Hartack . 118 Could be th* spot __ . 6 117 Best hard to hold 2 118 Will win soon _ . 7 118 Can Improve ,, ,,,_. . 8 113 Outside chance ,, _ l 113 will keep mem honest _.... . S 118 Outside chance. ,, 9 118 Would have to surprise 4 113 Not off last _. _ 11 xl03 Field looks too tough 12 118 Missed similar chances _ 3 xlOS Probably needs racing 15 113 Fair works to recommend _ 16 118 Should scratch out .. 13 113 Hardly trouble these U 113 Figures among stragglers .. 5-2 3-1 7-2 6-1 8-1 10-1 10-1 15-1 15-1 20-1 .17. 20-1 ·:~il .... 25-1 . ......... 25- .......... ________ 25-1 3470-- SIXTH RACE. 1 1/14 mile*. 4-ycir-oldi and up. Allowances. Purse $7500. LONGSHOT-- JET'S KINGDOM. 3367 Rimal, Shoemaker 4 3357 BUI Roland, Mahornev 1 3304 Strong Award, Harris S (3347)Spaceman II, Pierce _._ 6 3330 Bracer. Diaz _ ._ ,,. ... 1 3341 Jet's Kingdom, Pineda 3 114 Placed right lor best effort M 117 Dangerous all the way 5-2 11? Should lake a part _ ,, 8-2 120 Looked good winning last 4-1 116 Will Inwove 6-1 115 Chance top to bottom 3-1 3421-- SEVENTH RACE. 6 turloitfli. »D7-- SECOND RACE. 1 1/lt mlln. 3 year olds, claiming. Purse issoo. 3312 TrlD-0-Lea _ 115 4 2 3-Vi 3310 Gourmet 115 2 6 S-l'/] 3334 Cherokee Strip .. 113 8 5 11-3W 3305 Acting Cantain _ 115 7 11 lo-l'/j 3337 Little Scrib . . ..X11S 3 1 2-2 3356 Equine Power 113 12 3 l-2'/i 3356 Briwn Giant - . 115 6 4 6-'/: 3308 Fellcadad _ 120 5 12 12 330S Far To Reach ....:. 117 9 I 4.1'/i 4-1 1-1 1-2'A 1-8 Pincav 18.70 5-1'A 4-1 2-3 2-2'A Shmaker 3.70 - - 1D-3 6-3 3-V/l Hall 24.60 - " 4-3 Lambert 12.10 11-2 . - _ 9-'/i 7-1'A 5-Vj HP B? ft fr-'/a 6-Vj 8-Va 12 12 10-1 3-'/3 5-3 7-1 (2877)0rbit Ruler, Campas -I-.". 3366 Pensive Pacoa, Lambert _ __. 3381 a-Chuckie Boy, Jimln«z 3272 Extra Hand, Pineda ... _... . a-F. E. chllds-tralned entry LONOSHOT--PENSIVE PAPPA. 3'Vtir-old». Allowances. Purse siSOO. ~2 U6 HardTo Dick aoalnst him 1 xl 15 Best d bold threat 116 May be this good ......!,,..!.,, 114 Steos uo trom winning race .. 116 Fair earlv saeed 116 Stablemati looks bitter 114 Needs to surprise 3356 scruoulous .......... ,...11511 3 UU 8-1'A ll-h 12 4-5 12 Rosaies 3.40 M.Valen. 58.20 Sellers 27.60 Grant 17.10 Pineda 3.20 Blum 7.70 Harmatz 24.90 Fires 14.60 MJJ-- E16HTH RACE. 1 1/14 rniln. Flllits mares, 4-year-olds and up. Clas- silled allowances. Purst HOOD. Time-- :23, :«71-5, 1:121-5, 1:374-5, 1:44 1-5. S2 Mutuel', paid: Trip-O-LH J».« 17.00 !!.!» Gourmet t.M 4.40 ClHroktt Strip 11.40 Start good from gate, won easily. Mutuel Pool 5206,011. Dally Double Pool 5175,376. TRIP-0-LEA broke alertly, was taken In hand behind the early leaders, slipped DAILY DOUBLE,. 2-MR. LEROY through on the rail on the far turn to act the lead and drew away to win as If much ihe but. GOURMET idced clou up, saved ground, had a mild bid but could not match strides with the winner. CHEROKEE STRIP dropped back at th* start, caught his best stride when straightened for the drive, cut over to the rail and finished with good speed. SCRATCHED--Notiolme Atoll. 4-TRIPO-LEA, PAID Sln.OO. (3321)Judena, Shoemaker 3152 Chenille, Blum 3376 Toward, M. Valen. 3376 SCOOP Time, Rosaies 3321 Coed. Pincjy 3233 Sand-Creek M. Lambert LONGSHOT--COED. 113 Repeat of last hard to beat 3-2 113 Looked good winning last 5-2 115 Sure to improve ,,.,, 4-1 114 Helps make It a tough race 9-2 xl!3 Outside chance 6-1 113 Could be placed too low 8-1 114 Probably needs easier 15-1 3423--NINTH RACE. Hi miles. 4-yHr-olds and up. TIM Hillsldt Distance : :ias iy_AiuwiiKi. fmt am. 120 Beat him and take It all 3408-- THIRD RACE. B-Wonder ..115 8 3 3228 A-Overnlcft 115 5 1 A-Generously . --.115 9 5 3318 Virginia M. ...".. -H17..115 10 7 (urlengs. Milden 1 y«ar old (IIIHs. Puru S4QCO. 2-2 l-l'/i Mt:ndt*y 3331 Doctor J. P., Hall 4 3331 Olf. Blum 2 3297 Kummel. Sellers ,,,, 6 3331 Acknowledge, Hartack 1 3331 El CMosrrftl. Yanez 5 3162 Carang, Volzke ,, 6 3361 Lazv Win, Trevlno . . 7 3367 Decorator Kino, Lambert 3 LONOSHOT-CARANG. 118 Dangerous all the way 1M Figures for a part 118 Strong in the stretch 1 6 H»d excuses ... 10-1 10-1 . 15-1 Majestic Prince, the brilliant 3-year-old colt being pointed toward the $100,000 Santa Anita Derby and the triple crown classics, extended his unbeaten record to five in a row at Santa Anita as lie waltzed to victory in the $25,000-added San Jacinto Stakes before 21,513 spectators Thursday. His time, over a track labeled merely "good" following recent heavy rains, was an impressive 1:36 3/5 for an even mile, winning by four lengths. With jockey Bill Hartack seemingly guiding his mount to the front when Prince went to the front readily while rounding the far turn and pulled away. Victory was worth $18,000. The colt, which cost $250,000 as a yearling now has earned $55,400 in winning his five races, three of them stakes. Majestic Prince carried 122 pounds, highest impost in the field of eight. He carries 120 in the Santa Anita Derby on March 29, and 126 in the Kentucky Derby on May 3. Former national jockey champion Walter Blum sustained a small, spiral fracture to the right ankle Thursday as the result of a spill in the third race aboard Fret Home. X-rays taken at Arcadia Methodist Hospital revealed the break and Blum may have to wear a cast, according to Dr. R°° ert Kerlan - y« TTX CTS San Diego--103 anglers on 5 baafs caught 6 white se* bass, 5 vellowtail, 324 rock cod, 1 black sea bass, 103 rockfish, 1 halibut, 1 bonito, 14 barracuda, 6 call- co bass, 1 ling cod, 61 miscellaneous. Redondo^tS anglers on 3 boats caught 51 bonito, 9 cow cod, 3S1 rock cod; 37 anglers on 1 barge caught 4 halibut, 17 calico bass, 173 bonito, 88 rock cod. Pacific Landing--17 anglers on 2 boats caught 3S5 bonito, 34 calico bass, 5 win- lefish, 1 halibut, 6 sculpin. Pierpoint Landing--19 anglers on 2 boats caught 3 calico bass, 150 bonito. 55 rock cod, 48 miscellaneous. Oceanside--27 anglers on 2 boats caught 10 barracuda, 94 calico bttss, 1 white sea hass, 70 miscellaneous. Davey's Locker--33 anglers on 3 boati neous. Norm's Landing--30 anglers on 2 boats cauoht 153 bcnito. 1 calico bass, 3 sand . . , Mason's Specials en «sT »BT-BI, M.UII, s.m in ».. lr ',« T CHANCE BET -»'» CIi » " , isPR S R ? aEn ? "ARLAY-caiiiornia t. c.r m Fli " '· llx W NKI10LL , hicrd - OCKERS TI|I - |n " l «»« 1 - HORSE-MTM, v,u, m ,,c. Bdrb's B« ,, 115 4 2* 3363 More Than Fair 115 2 4 .. Lolo Belle ,, 115 I 12 3183 My First Honey _. _ 115 3 11 B-Hret Holme . " _.1I5 7 9 6-Vi 7-1 ii 3-Vi 10-2 11 Gibbons Pierce 4.90 Lambert 17.80 Volzke «.20 Mahorny 22.3 Fires ' UO M.valen. 77.70 Pineda 7.90 Sellers 30.70 Tims-- :22, :33 2-5. S2 mutucls paid. B-Wond.r Holmt 10.84 6.40 t.U A-Overnice 5.W 4.10 A-cinerouslv 4.H Start good from pate, won o*rlv!ng. WONDER HOLME broke In stride, _Lost_Rider Blum bpllll 4.40 Wfraced OVERNICE to" the nialn track, drew clear and won in full stride. The latter broke on too, matched strides with thi winner early then was not good enough. GENEROUSLY Improved her r| 340»-FOURTH RACE. 7 furlongs. 1 ««· old lilliij. p~ira J45W. Top claimino~ ~ 3323 SaTlarlna 115 7 2 3195 Curragh Lass xllO t 1 3353 Fleet D2b _ 118 1 4 3239 Barblion's whirl 115 3 8 (3353)l've Bin Spotted _ 118 7 7 3326 Marlorle'i Girl ... 115 S 3 3353 Get Regards ..... ,, 116 4 5 3284 April Marie 118 6 6 5-2 6-2 2-h 2.'/2 3-2'/i 3-2 6-h 1-2 4-h 7-2W 7-2'A 6-'/j l-'/j 3-'/i 4-h 7-h 5-h 5-1 Time--:22 2-5, :46, 1:12, 1:252-5. Sallanna 11.60 5.80 UO curraah Lass 4.80 3.40 Fleet Deb J.80 Start good from gate, won driving. Mutuel pool 5246,490. SALLARINA raced unhurried to thi caught her best stride when turn, 1-1 Pincav 4.80 2-1 Rosaies 2.90 3-'A Yanez 4JO 4-k Pierce 3.90 5-2 Shoem«ker 3.80 6-n Mahornev 14.60 7-2'A Hartack 2280 8 _ Sellers _ 22.00_ straightened for the drive", rallied along tr.e outside to wear down Ihe leaders and won all cut. CURRAGH LASS prompted the early pace, offered hsr best bid around the stretch turn then could not match strides with the winner through the final furlong. FLEET DEB saved around and lacked a closing kick. No Scratches. 3410-- FIFTH RACE. 1 1/16 milts. Maidtn 3 year olds. Purse ISOM. 3365 Single Guy _ _ 116 10 4 1-h 327! Monticello _ _ 116 1 10 11-h 3319 Best Painter 116 6 11 6-2 3365 Gallant Image 116 11 12 4-Vj 3275 Decorator Boy 116 8 7 10-2'/i 3302 Verllhotofu _ _ 116 2 9 12 3347 Robby Jay _ xlll 12 6 5-h 3319 Central Souare 116 5 8 9-2 3345 Landscape Painter 116 9 5 7-tl 3365 Frosty feton llfi 3 1 3-h 3319 King Romany 116 7 3 8-1 l-'/i' 12 3-1 6-1'/a lO-'/i 11-h 4-h I- 1 /! l-'/j lk Trevino 4.1 3.2'A J.'/j - · 2-4 2-1 3-6 6-2'/j .!-'/) 4-3 7-Vi 6-h 5-n 8-1 "A 7-1 6-h 3-V4 5-2'/i 7-k PI" Sellers Telelra Yanez M Valen Rosaies 8-2'/a 5-'/i 5-h 7-h 12 10-214 B-'-'i 11-3 103 .i Campas Shoemak Hartack 2.80 5.60 12.40 53fo m 8.90 49.20 10.30 .3347 Best Born-.rr 116 4 fill 2-" ^ 12" $* ^"^^-^ Jlme-:2345v :«, 1:131-5, 1:394-5, ' Single Guy 7.« 4.40 3.M Monticello 3.10 3.M Best Painter ,, 8.00 Start good from gate, won driving. Mutuel pool 5236,600. SINGLE GUY broke on top, held a slight early lead without need of urging, disxouragcd BEST BORN on the last turn, turned bade BEST PAINTER mld- way In the drive and respondad to last over MONTICEI LO. Thr latter lagged to the far turn, rallied wide and finished with flood speed. PEST PAINTER moved up between horses into the backstretch to be close up, offered his best bid against the winner in the uoper stretch and hung. SCRATCHED-- Juliet's Dream, Agronomist. Candy Beau. 3411-- SIXTH RACE. 1 1/16 miles. 4 ytar old* «mj up. Allowancn. Purse W500. (3369}Terrible Tom II/ 3 6 2-'/i 3369 Ground Line .. _ 117 7 fi 7-2 3383 a-Author's Roval _ 117 A 7 8 3367 casting Shadows _x)09 5 4 6-Vi 3367 dh-a-Reoutable ...... 117 4 5 5 - 4 3330 dh-Gene's Dancer 120 3 2 4-2Vb l-'/j 6-?'/j 5-1 7-4 7- 1-] -2'/3 5-h 4-5 3-Vi LVi 2-h 6-1 7-W 6-1'/j S-Vi 2-h 3-VJ 4-V 8 3-2% 5-2 Hartack 630 2-2'/a Diaz 6.50 3-k Shoemaker I S O 4-1 Resales 1B.60 5 Plncay 1.80 5-3 Pineda 1.80 7-'/i Garza 18.90 8 Lambert dh-- Deadheat for fifth. a-Coupled-- Reputab's Author's Rov- Time-- :23 1-5, :« 3-5, 1:114-5, 1:38, Terrible Tom 14.40 l.» 3.» Ground Lin* .. 8.00 3.M a-Author's Royal- _ 2.24 Start good from sate, won driving. Mutuel noof 5268,433. TER^-BLE TOM broke In at the start, caught his full stride almost at once. forced the Dace along the outside, wore down WAR FLAG with little need of uroirtg, drew clear for 1he drive and was all out lo withstand GROUND LINE. The latter took up when bumped at the start, raced wide, rallied into the stretch and hung in the final strides. AUTHOR'S ROYAL wn? steadied at the start, dropped In alono the rail, attempted to bear out, took up end lacked a closing kick wnen settled Into the stretch. No Scratches. FilllH A mires, 4 ytar olds and UD. (3061}a-lndian Love Call 22 L 56 A _________ 3137 a-Lovelv Gypsv ....... _______ 130 _____ 3222 Louisador ........ __ .............. 118 8 3156 Amerigo Round ....... _______ 3242 LuckV Spot _ ....... ________ 114 5 4 3321 Hula Bend ...... ,, ................ 117 4 6 9234 Silk Hat II . _ 115 3 9 (3222)Confec1ionate ...................... 117 7 7 3-1 1-2 5-W 2-2 8-h 4-Vb 7-Vi 3-V'a l-'/j 4-1/2 2-2 7-2 5-2 1-h 1-T/a Grant 2-h 2-'/a Lambtrt S-'/i 3-1 Harmatz 3-2W 4-k Pineda 6-1 5-V* Ydner 5-16 6-h M.valen 3233 Gallarush _...TM."TM._ZZ« 120_1. 8_ a-Coupicd--Indian Love Call *f LOVC'V GVPSV. Time--:22. 452-5,1:11,1:474-5. ·-Indian Lovf Call 5.20 3.80 MO Louisador 3.30 7.40 Amerigo Round .- , 2.W Start good from gate, won driving. Mutuel pool S275,29.. INDIAN LOVE CALL broke In stride, moved to the outside, rallied when ! - - - . B-3'/a 7-T/3 7-3VJ Pincay 6-V/a 6-Va fi-3 S-3'/J Hall 9 9 9 9 Testa 160 2 4 0 3.60 1.60 2410 9.80 1390 15."70 23.10 straiohtened for the drive to wear down the leaders and won all out. LOUISA- DOR broke alertly, took a clear early lead with.mt need of urging, saved ground, responded but could not match strides with the winner. AMERIGO ROUND was unhurried early, raced along the outside and gradually improved her position in ihe drive. No Scratches, 3413-- EIGHTH RACE. On* vnile. 3 year olds. Tht San Jaclnto Stakes Purse 125,000 added. Gross $29,154. To winner St!,000, second S5000, third S375L fourth S2500. "132?8yM'a I «$tIc~Pr(nce .... 122 4 1 3J\~ (3142)a-Mr. Joe F 122 7 2 1-1 3350 Elect the Ruler .... 114 8 » 6-'/3 3350 a-Lonny's Sccrel _ 114 6 7 4-2 3350 Maker ...114 1 6 8 2-1 1-V? 5-V 3 ........ 3366)Capacitator ... _ 114 5 5 7-4 .......... _ 33550 Jim's Gold C ------- 115 3 3 2-'/i (3337) Rapid Indian .......... 115 2 4 5-1 I- 1 /) 1-2 2-3'/j 2-3 3-3 3-5 4-2Vj 4-2 S 7-h 7-1 S-'/j 4-1 5-h 6-'/j 4-2% 6-Wi 8 7-5 Harlack Vol7kc Pincav MICSC Pierce j Lambert Pineda Sellers 40 4*00 1060 4.00 1040 20.50 53.10 20.60 a-Coupled-- Mr. Joe F. Lonny's 5e- cret. Time-- :2245, :46, 1:101-5, 1:363-5. Malestlc Princt ......... ..... 2.N 2.» 2.21 a-Mr. Joe F ......... ____________ 2.« 2.» Elect The Ruler ..... - ............. _ ............ Mi Start oood from oate, won handily. Mutuel oool 5272,300. MAJESTIC PRINCE broke alertly, was taken In hand Into Ihe first turn while saving oround behind the pace* makers, moved up to share ine lead wlth MR. JOE F. on the far turn without need of urging, outran that one to the upper stretch when urged, drew away quickly and was In hand In the final staoes. MR. JOE F. broke smoothly, took (he early lead without need of urg- Ing, met the winner's challenge gamely on the final turn but then could not match strides In the drive. ELECT THE RULER was unhurried early, had a mild bid from along the outside on the final turn and hung. LONNY'S SECRET moved up along the euisldt midway down the backstretch, alt em pled to rat* with the winner and weakened. MAKOR lacked ear'y speed. CAPAC1TATOR nev- tr threatened. JIM'S GOLD C, was dont tarly. SCRATCHED -- Govtrnors Party, Big Mouth Sam. M14--NINTH RACE--1 I/I mlltl. 4 VCir tltl A UD. Purse H5W. T*p Clifm- Ino price MOW. Pined; Futurity Lures 265 Initial nomination payments for the 1970 Golden State Futurity to be raced at Los Alamitos have been received by the sponsoring Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Racing Assn., with business manager Joseph P. Wrenn announcing 265 horses being nominated before the Feb. 15 deadline. Vessels stallion farm of Los Alamitos led the nominators by posting payments for 11 horses, with Browne Cattle Co. of Bak- crsfield and Suzanne Hawkins of Lockeford, Calif., next In line with eight nominations each. Famed movie producer Z. Wayne Griffin of Los Angeles nominated seven foals of 1968, while Ralph Bell of Visalia, Spencer Childers of Fresno and Kenneth C. Merling of Oakdale made the initial $25 payments for six horses each. Second payments of $50 for each horse are due by April 15, with five more payments scheduled later on prior to the Futurity Trials to be held during the 1970 Los Alamitos night meeting. Golden Gate Raining MO now FIRST RACE-- furllHIOI: Count Curragh, Yaka ,..$10.20 S5.20 13.80 Sandy Rabbit, Cenicola ..... 7.JO 4.40 King Olaf, York 4.40 Time--1:12.0. Also ran: Sun Carnival, Exolorate, Smoky valley. Rich Luck. SECOND RACE-4 furlongs: Herman's Chief, Frey 1S.OO 9.00 4.80 Sherri Ruler, Diaz 12.40 5.20 Second Pickering, Tohill 4.40 Time--1:12 4/5. Also ran: String Man, Neke's Papoose, Pride of Fagus, Tuckv Tarn, To Pieaseday, Fly Spy Fly, V. Celebrate. DAILY DOUBLE PAID S147.2I THIRD RACE--4'/i furltngs: First Day, Palomir. ...... 6.20 3.40 3.00 Gay Neke, York 3.80 3.00 Silky Hope, Pierce 3.20 Time--:53 4/5. Also ran: A-Silkv Mist, A--Lusty, Sincere Heart, Val's Pride, Leoal Speed, who's Pidge. FOURTH RACE--4 furlongs: Shady Speed, Pcichto .... 14.60 5.60 3.JO The Bunvon, Artcburn 6.00 4.00 Palmer's Queen, Hamilton 3.00 Time--1:131/5. Also ran: Val's Pilot, Dark Honey, What's Up, Glory Flag. FIFTH HACE-i fur Ion ti: Bold Host, Gonzlez 4.00 3.20 2.(0 Mighty Victor, Frey 7.00 3.10 Marbo, Brlnson .,, . .. 3.00 Time--1:122/5. Also ran: Mr. Punctual, Two Wheel Drive, Dody Boy, Ima Yankee, Goaltender. SIXTH RACE-* furlongs: Prince Magic, Jennings ..13.*) 8.20 5.20 Snug Rulla, York ..._ 16.80 7.M Cream and Sugar, Yaka 3.60 Time--1:124/5. Also ran: Modoc TV- Dee. Hills of Snow, Ray of Sunslne, Ro- BETZ'S BEST Most Prebabli Winner-Big Mouth Sam in 7th. Best Bat--Painted Valley En 4tn. Best Money Prospect--Grand Old Namt In lit. Win Parlay--Jungein in Ith to Doctor Vimgihot' Special -Jet's Kitwdom in Jockey Standings Jockty Mis 1st 2nd 3rd Alvara Pineda 277 50 26 27 Donald Pierce 236 33 33 23 Lafflt Plncay Jr. 201 32 » 30 x-Rudy Rosaies ,, 248 27 24 32 Walter Blum 232 25 39 28 John Sellers .. ,, 212 24 18 22 Jerry I ambert. 179 23 24 18 A. L. Diaz 202 21 23 17 Eddie Belmonte 183 20 21 22 Mario valenzuela 145 14 11 17 x--Apprentice Trainer Standings Trainer sts 1st Ind 3rd Farrell w. Jones 103 28 14 10 Charles Whlttingham S9 16 13 13 M. E. Millerick £3 13 ! 8 Noble Threewitt 65 12 14 a R. L. Wheekr 86 11 " Warren Slute 42 10 W. J. Hlrsch 46 10 C. A. Comlskey 78 9 " C. McBride _ 60 9 11 13 8 2 12 324 Sir Keno ........... ,,._.. 116 7 5 3-V'j 3361 Maxwell G ....... _...xl08 2 3 2-1 Vi 3373 Mlrinaaue 118 a 3361 Llkopla 115 3 i 3362 Woo Lung Wong ..115 4 1 5-h 1-1 Count Hoist 116 9 8 6-3 Bend 125 1 2 4-Vi 115 6 7 8-1 ~~^zJU_i_± ?-'/! 48, 1:123-5, l:3Tl-5, 3297 Silk Hal . .. Time--: 23 4-5, 1:513-5. 3-Va 3-1 2-1 2-1 2-1 1-1 1 9 t-'/i 4-V, 4-2% 4.2 Sw W ". 6-'A 6-h 7-1 7-'/I 8-4 l-l'/l I-2'A 7.'/i 1-n 2-4 Rosaies 3-k Lambert 4-n Pierce 5-7V, M Valen S-2'/: 6-2 Plncay ' - 7-4 Yanez It Hall 9 Alvarez 5.10 4.70 8.80 2.!0 12.90 10.6 6.20 21.10 9.GO Rellne, Pierce tM 4.M 3.80 Brooklyn Road, Freeman 4,aO 3.40 Bubble Pine, Plmentel .... 4.20 Time--1:13 4/s. Also ran: Mr. T. L., "cb Sob, Babt Bhal, Kiss A^e Kerrl, -lorm. i.M 4.H 4.10 4.M i.M Maxwtll or."".".".""!.!! Mlrlnaquf Start good from pate, won drlvlno. Muluel pool--1270,215. Tola! mututl handle--12,300,264. Attendance-- 21,513. SIR KENO altendei) tt» tarly nar.l from the outside, rallied gradually whin straightened for the drive to wear down MAXWELL G. and won under pressure. The lalter broke In stride, forced the early oace, took ttit Irad while entering me stretch end tattled It out with the winner while giving way grudgingly. MIRINAQUE lacked early speed, moved through between horses And finished with good speed. SCRATCHED--Arkansas Red. Choc. Sundae, Val'zu'a .. 3.60 2.M 2.40 Mystic Alre, Gomez 4.40 3.00 O.P.'S Money, Yaka 2.M Time--1:11 1/5. Also ran: Culottes, Summing. Up. NINTH RACE--1 mile: Hlalliha, Cenlcola 7.00 3.10 3.00 Amabur, Arterourn 3.00 3.00 Chatham Place, York 3.60 Time--1:41 2/5. Also ran: Miss Root, Shesabear, Moon's Delight, Mutuel pool: (519,173. Attendance: 7,051. AUTO-MAN T R A N S M I S S I O N E N G I N E S P E C I A L I S T S TRANSMISSION TROUBLE? Complete service), clean screen, new pan gasket, set linkage, road test. Cuttt minr trtntminiH preUtini. {4.95 TRANSMISSION LEAKING? Install new seals $13.95 FM my tnnimiuten ptiblei, OB MJTO-MAN FREE TOWING -- 1 DAY SERVICE -- EASY TERMS! IN ADVANCE HUNTINGTON PARK 6003 Pacific Blvd. 589-5401 FULLERTON 715 Sc. Raymond (714) 526-6697 INGLEWOOD 2108 W. Minchistir, LA 778-4452 LONG BEACH 2450 Long Btach Blvd. 427-5456 51 CENTERS NOW OPEN OR LICENSED IN CALIF. IN ALL OF NORTH AMERICA... only at Caliente! Racing is truly an international sport, and Caliente - in old Mexico is proud to announce the inauguration of an extremely popular turf feature of such countries as England, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand. Caliente is the only race track in North America now offering the Open Book. This will, of course, be in addition to. the Pari-Mutuels. , The Open Book will operate ,.--·»· under the direction of Mr. ' Walter C. Marty. The Pari-Mutuel and 5-10 operations will continue under the supervision " of Mr. Harry C. Rosen. All activities at Caliente are authorized and licensed by the Federal Government of Mexico. GAl/fffff! Home of the Fabulous 5-10 1 1 thoroughbred races every Saturday and Sunday/ First race / 1 1 :30 AM For bus schedule and table reservations call 664-8335 (9 a.m. 'til 5 p.m.) For plane service call 849-1949 (24-hour service) CALIENTE'S FUTURE BOOK ON THE SANTA ANITA HANDICAP FiNAL PRICE LINE TO B| POSTED THIS WEEKEND. Coli*nt« Futur* Book wagers may b» made only in person at the Calient* Race* Track in Tijuana, Baja California. No wagen may be placed fhrough the mails, by telephone or by any other means of interstate communications.

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