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2-B THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 14,1993 SCOREBOARD World Series WORLD SEWE3 Saturday, Oet 1« Phlad«fch!a at Toronto, 829 p.m. Sunday, Oct 17 Phlidafchla al Toronto, B29 p m TuMdty, Oct 18 Toronto al PhBadelpMa, 8:12 p.m. W»drt«*d«y, Oct X Toronto at Philadelphia, 8:12 p.m. ThUrtday, Oct 21 Tofonto at Philadelphia, 8:12 p.ra, K necessary Saturday, Oet 23 PhSadetphla at Toronto, 8:12 p.m., II nece«ary Sunday, Oct 24 Phladeiphla at Toronlo, 829 p.m., H necessary PHILLIES 6, BRAVES 3 WW4 N«wOrt8an« S 0 01.000134 74 Sanffandtco 0 2 0.600125101 LARamt 2 3 0 .400 77106 Atfcnta o 5 0 .000 91152 aa * a ° ' I 1 10 12 ATLANTA Nixon d HauMfu GantH ' McOfllb • Justfc* rl Pndttonab Bnyrilc U»mXo2b GMddxp Mfdcsrp DSnd-jfA McMdp Whlsrtp Pscotaph Touj» •b i h bl 3110 4123 4000 1000 4000 4010 4000 3110 0000 0000 1000 0000 0000 1 000 28 3 S3 PHU [>,tetrct M-rxJrta KnA 1b DrSlniab BadstaSb Dauhon c Emrlchr! MTmsntf Stodwra TGmep FUdnph Wsstp MWrrap ToltU tf> rhbl 4210 5112 4000 2112 0000 4022 4000 4120 3000 0100 1 000 0000 0000 31 87 « Adwit* 000 010 200 —3 Ph!l*d«fcPB*i 002 021 OOx _s E-jJustlee (1), Lemka (2), GMaddux (1), MThompso-i (1). DP—Philadelphia 1.LOB-Atlanta 6, Philadelphia 9 2B— . Daulton (1). 3B—Morandnl (1). HR— . Blauser (2), DHoSins (21. S—GMaddu* 2, T&eene 2. IP H R Efl BB SO Atiuta GMaddurL.1-1 52-3 S 65 43 Mwcka 1-30 0000 . kfcMchael 2-31 0020 Wohlw* 11-30 0001 PhlW.lphU TQrwwVV.t-1 7 S 3355 Wwt 1 00001 Vt'«Sam«S,2 1 00002 PB—Oaulton. Umpires—Home, West; First, Froam- rrtng; Second, Pull; Third, Tata; Left Quick; Right, Crawford. T-3.U4.A—€2,502. NFL Glance •—™«y,Oet14 Los Angeles Rams at Atlanta, 730 p.m. Sunday, Oct 17 Cleveland al Cincinnati, 1 pm Houston at Now England, 1 p.m. New Orisons at Pittsburgh, t p.m. PhBadefchla at New YcA Giants, 1 p m. Seaitte at Dotrol, 1 p.m. Washington at PhoanU. 4pm. Kansas City a San Diego, 4pm, San Francis oo at DaSas, 4 pm Open Data: Butfato, Indianapolis, Miami Naw York Jets, Chicago, Gf aan Bay, Win-' r.asota, Tampa Bay Uooday. Oct IB Los Angete* RaWers at Denvar, 9 p.m. Betting Odds NCAA Football Favorite Unt Undwdog alPsnnSt. 6 Michigan at Florida St 25 VugTnla Syracuss 23 at Pittsburgh at Ala. 51/2 Tannaisae N-C- 31/2 at Ga. Tech atClarreon 141/2 WaXeForesI atVa.Toch OFF Temple Duk9 4 at Maryland Rutgars 91/2 at Army Fbrida 51/2 at Auburn Geofgb 2t/2 al VanderbiN Wise. n at Purdue at Nebraska 27 Kansas Si at Kansas 6 Iowa Si. OX-Si 21/2 at Missouri at NTrVestarn 4 Minnesota M |?wa 1 Illinois at Oklahoma 51/2 Colorado at Miss. 91/2 Arkansas at Mem. St. 111/2 fulsa at Houston 71/2 SMU atTCU 9 Tu!ana 31 UCLA i Washington at Onto St. 131/2 Michigan St atSou.Cal. 21 Oregon SI. alLoufaviBe 19 Sou Miss California 31/2 at Wash. St. at Miss. St 21/2 S. Carol, at Kentucky 101/2 LSU Notre Dame 17 atBYU Texas A4M is at Baylor at Tech 2 Rice atSD.St 131/2 Colorado SI Utah s at UTEP at Arizona 101/2 Stanlord at Ariz. St 11/2 Oregon at Fresno St 19 Air Force Dartmouth 7 at Yate Penn. u al Columbia Toronto 4 0 0 8 20 9 1 , 2 4 1S 1S Wnrfpeo 12 1 3 1S 18 S^Sin^u, 1 3 ° 2 16 23 rKiTtc UCYlUOn Caljwy 3 0 0 6 13 4 UsAflgelss 31 0 6 24 15 Edmonton 21 0497 Vancorw 21 0 4 10 8 Arafwim 02 0 0 5 11 SanJos« 03 0 0 6 14 . 7, Winnipeg 4 Philadelphia 5, BuHato 3 Pittsburgh 2. Florida 1 Chicago 3, Dallas 3 Los Angales 7, N.Y. Islanders 5 u , Hartford 4, Montreal 3 T ^TJf \ P" 6600 4 Toronto 7, Washington 1 In S ' D ?'°* 2 Edmonton at Anaheim, (n) ThundaSt Gams. Prrtsburoh at Tampa Bay, 735 p.m. i u- -" 1 - HarHord at Chicago, 835p.m. oalgary al San Jose, 1035 p.m. Edmonton at Los Angeles, 10:35 p.m. FrWay . CUm,. N.Y. Rangara at Buffalo. 7:35 p.m. Detroj at Toronto, 735 p.ra PHIadetpMa at Washington, 8fl5 p.m. Boston atAnahelm, 1035p.m. Juan Ellzondo 36-38 —74 39-38 —77 G re yhound Entries Em/to* In lh« Gu» Greyhound ParX Texas Brod Fall Classic, beginning Oct. 28: AJ's Anya (Ewti Racing); ATD Banter (Chaparral); Bob Thrasher (Srwln Racing); Bob's Contrast (Stotos-URosa); Bob's Cruslng (Slotes-LaRosa); Bob's fJorsett (Slokas-taRosa); Bob's Slrus (Stokes-LaR Bob's Tote Ickss-LaRosa); Bob's Tray (Slokes-LaRosa); Brazo Sir Tim (Sr*!n Radnj); BX's Cowfcoy (Harlan Brothers); Charm's Gamma (David Ungfe); CJ Jay Walker (Richard Martin, Comus CrirbtA- Cody B Dust (High Star); Esperanza (Hartan Brothers); FA Deli (Pevehouse); Farpoint Bingo (Donahew-Etheredgo)' Faslback O'Scot (Paul PauiX); Fern Baby Fern (Richard Martin); Flying Eubanks (Henrtgan-PetzoM) FMC's G/tup (Harlart Brothers); FMC's Megabucks (Ha;lan Brothers); FMC'j TellWally (Marian Brothars); Foreclosure (Donahew- Etheradge); I BB Gone (James Robinson) Ico Facade (Hartan Brothers); Ico Pyrite (Hailan Brothare); JDICs Count (Hartan B/olh- efs); Klngwood Deluxe (Harian Brothers); Kingwood Gatito (Harfan Brothers); Kin to Copy (Pecos); Kydo Barracuda (Richard Martin);LZ's Mtss QuldO (James Robinson); Marque BrUton (Pecos); My Angel Flys (James Robinson); Pete's Rose (David Ung!e);Pe!ro Explorer (Black Geld); P"s Raisin SrroXa . . » 1;RJROeluxoCopy (Pevehouse); Rowdy Ralph {David Un- KsBon Un^States, Llngte); Texas Red (David Ungk.) Greece Russia Colombia BdMa Brazil Nigeria Cameroon Morocco Norway Sweden Jury 4, July B, May 9, May 23, June 3, Sept 5. Sept. 19, Sept 19, Oct a, Oct. 10, Oct 10, Oct 13, Oct. 13. 1983 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 A9T!fflMEDT AMERICAN CONFERENCE EMI W L T Pet PF PA Buflaio 41 0 .800 116 S7 Mart 410 .300101 81 Indanapdis 2 3 0.40063102 H.Y.JaU 2 3 0 .400139106 Ne» England 1 4 0 .200 74140 320 .800 S3 90 320 .600 108 78 1 4 0 500 68114 0 5 0.00052106 Cleveland Pittsburgh Ho tuton Clndnaal WMI Kansas City Denver LARadw: Seatla San Dago Atlanta Cleveland Houston. New Orleans at NY Giants at Dst/oH Kansas City at Dallas at Phcxjnlx Denver HFL Thur»d*y 1 Sunday 51/2 B 3 81/2 5 31/2 61/2 Pk Monday 6 x-(host nation) y-(delending champion) Rams at Cincinnati at Naw Eng. al Pittsburgh PhSadelphla Seattle al San Diego San Francisco Washington LA. Raiders 0 .800 S3 64 0 .600 129 95 0 .600 90 83 0 .600 92 73 0 .400 70110 NHL Hockey NATIONAL CONFERENCE Ewt W L N.Y. Giants 4 j Philadelphia 4 1 32 1 4 1 4 Pro* nil Washington Cwitnl Chicago Dstroit Mnnesota GTMnBay 32 3 2 3 2 2 3 T Pd PF PA 0 .EOO 124 61 0 .800118112 0 .600 106 75 0 200 86 99 0 -200 93 1ZS 0 .600 97 S9 0 .600 88 90 0 .600 ES 82 0 .400110104 0 500 54 122 L T Pt» 4 0 0 8 3 1 3 2 i 2 0 6 0 6 1 3 All T7rrv»« EOT EASTERN CONFERENCE Atomic Civilian W New Jersey PhHadsipNa NYRangeo Flofcb NY Wanders TarrpaBay Washington HorthMttOMtlon Pittsburgh 3206 Boston 2115 Montreal 2 2 Harttad 2 2 Oueb»c 1 2 ButUo 1 3 1 3 0 2 03 00 05 0 0 1 5 0 4 1 3 GF GA 21 12 18 13 21 17 10 11 11 17 5 9 14 30 14 15 15 12 16 14 12 14 19 22 First Round Results SAN ANTONIO — First-round results tram the Texas Tour's $40.000 ProGear Texas Classic held Wednesday at the par-71 7,071-yard Pecan Valley Got! Club fa- denotes amateur): Open Division Paul Norris 33.34 _gg Greg Chapman 33-34 —67 Zoran ZorWc 33-34 —67 Jim Campbell 34-33 —67 Charlie Rudd 34-33 —57 Daryl Waiter 33-33 —63 Rex Caldwell 34-34 —63 Steve Bowman 34-34 —68 Kyle Coody 33.35 _e a Shaun Habe/stroh 33-35 —63 Baiy Tuten 36-32 —68 Parry Arthur 35.32 __s a Joseph GuBlion 35-33 —6B Bcttiy Gee 34-34 —68 Michael McCaffrey 37-32 —69 Ksvln Williams 35-34 —59 Kelly Grunewald 34-35 _gg Bill McXenzle 34-35 —69 John Freeman 36-34 • 70 Brad Lardon 35-35 70 Brian Montgomery 35-35 —70 Keith Lundqulsl 35-35 —70 JfflKK>"l 35-35 —70 Mickey Scott 35-35 _7o S*olof Division R.C. GoW&n 35-36 —7t 10/14 Megatrends Former pitcher Rick Rtmilen has won more money in 4 Celebrity Col! tournaments this year than each of these pros, all ol whom have played more events. PGA STAR nan MONEY Jodie Mudd /17 S86 493 (Won 1930 TCUfl Championship) Hal Sutton / 24 571 974 (Won 1983 PGA Championship) SENIORS STAR / TRN MONEY Billy Casper/18 364 355 (51 PGA. 9 Senior w:ns) Arnold Palmer,'13 S56524 (70 wins. PGA. Senior TOUHS) CELEB. STAR / TRN Rick Rhorten 14 HONEY 3119,875 . IS 7 5.000 l su ju Celebrity Class.c. 522.500 Chrysler Classic S17 375 Michael Joioan Classic 34.500 Ausun CeletMity Cfassic.1 FISHING REPORT Diehard anglers not deterred by storms ByVINCESTlGLlCHJR. The Daily Naws GALVESTON — Heavy thunderstorms accompanied by driving rainshowers might have dampened the spirits of most anglers, but there were a few diehards who did end up with some fish. RX. "Pops" Buchanan of Bolivar Yacht Basin offered three listings from Wednesday including Vincent Woodridge with three flounder, three speckled trout and one redfish from Fat Rat Flats; Harold Hennings and party with four redfish, four speckled trout and two flounder from East Bay; and a Gilroy, Texas church group with 35 croaker. Also in Bolivar, Sheila Curley of The Pier said the heavy rains generally hurt fishing, but she did come up with the name of Gary Hightower who caught eight speckled trout and two bull redfish (both released) in between showers. At San Luis Pass, the San Luis Pass pier was also at the mercy of the rains, but there were a few red- fish, drum and speckled trout caught here and there as rains sub- District Continued from 1B sided. In Flounder Pounder Tournament news, Galveston angler Mark Smith, caught and tagged four flounder to about Impounds and landed a 4.82-pounder that was entered in the meet. All of the fish were caught on Straight Tail Tube Flounder Pounder lures in West Bay. And finally, talk about your age discrepancy. On Sunday, the Gulf Coast Conservation Association (GCCA) sent a flier indicating that two Galveston County anglers had won boats in the State of Texas Angler's Rodeo (STAR) for fish that they caught. The GCCA indicated that one winner, angler William Payne, was fully nine years of age, and the other, Alton Cripps of Pt. Bolivar, was all of 90-years old. That turned out to be a bit off the mark. A bit? It seems that Cripps, who has been taking a lot of good-natured ribbing for his sudden age increase, is actually 54 years of age, and is planning to use his new BayMaster Tunnel V equipped with 60-horse- power Mariner for a long time to come. Maybe until he reaches the 90- years plateau. THURSDAY TIDES: high at 3:28 a.m. (1.6) and 4:50 p.m. (1.9); low at 9:54 a.m. (0.6) and 10:39 p.m. (1.0). THURSDAY SUN: rise at 7:23 a.m., set at 6:52 p.m. THURSDAY MOON: rise at 6:21 a.m., set at 6:10 p.m FRIDAY TIDES: high at 3:48 a.m. (1.6) and 5:52 pjn. (1.9), low at 10:36 a.m. (0.2) and 11:31 p m (1.2). FRIDAY SUN: rise at 7:24 a.m., set at 6:51 p.m. FRIDAY MOON: rise at 7:30 a.m., set at 6:55 p.m. SATURDAY TIDES: high at 4:21 a.m. (1.6) and 6:57 p.m. (2.0), low at 11:21 a.m. (0.0). SATURDAY SUN: rise at 7:24 a.m., set at 6:50 p.m. SATURDAY MOON: rise at 8:40 a.m., set at 7:44 pjn. To get your fishing report in The Galveston Daily News, call Vince Stiglich Jr. at 744-3611, extension 289. Dobie (1-2) and Clear Creek (0-3) collide Friday at District Stadium, with Dobie trying to live up to preseason predictions of a playoff trip. After a 3-0 non-district run, the Longhoms stumbled in the 23-5A opener, losing 35-14 to Rayburn. A win over Pasadena and a loss to Lake have the Longhorns looking for help down the road in order to reach the postseason. Dobie has the district's leading ground attack, led by senior Craig Joseph, who has rushed for 1,275 yards and seven touchdowns this season. For Creek, the lack of offense has been a back-breaker. The Wildcats are at the bottom of the district standings with 164 yards per game and just 47 points scored all season. Texas City and Pasadena meet in a battle of 1-2 teams at Memorial Stadium Friday night. The winner would still be in the hunt for a playoff berth. Pasadena is second in scoring defense, allowing just 57 points this season. The Eagles have scored just 68 points, however, including 14 in their shutout win over Creek last week. Ball High and Clear Lake should be two of the district's playoff teams. After that, any team finishing the season with just two 23-5A losses would be a lock. But chances are, the third playoff entry will have three district losses. South Houston made a nice early run, but reality may have set ia The Trojans do not figure to match up well against either Ball High or Clear Lake. Pasadena will be tough to score on, but the Eagles will probably have trouble mustering enough offense to put them into the playoffs. Pasadena also has Ball High and Lake left to play. Sam Rayburn has just the opposite problem. The Texans have been able to move the ball well, but their defense has been extremely weak, allowing almost 40 points per game. With Ball High and Lake already in the books and an upset win over Dobie, however, the schedule might be an ally for the Texans down the stretch. Dobie's playoff chances hinge on two things. One, the Longhorns could defeat Ball High and finish with just two losses. Or two, the third-place race would be open to teams with three losses and the Longhoms might advance through a tie-breaker. The Longhoms' loss to Rayburn in the district opener really hurt their chances. Texas City, despite an 0-5 start, has a chance at the playoffs. With the Ball High and Lake games already done, the Stings can play their way into the postseason with a four-game winning streak. With one loss over the final four weeks, Texas City could still figure into a tie-breaker. r Sports On TV TODAY NFL Football 6:30 p.m. — LA. Rams at Atlanta Falcons, TNT. Volleyball 9:30 a.m. —Arizona State at USC, HSE. 11:30 p.m. — World Beach Championships, HSE. Yachting 8:30 p.m. — Whitebread Round-the- World Raca, ESPN. Aerobatics 9:00 p.m. — The Oshkosh Fly-In Competitions, ESPN. Motorcycle Racing 11:30 p.m. — World Grand Prix Series, ESPN. Friday NBA Basketball 7:30 p.m. — Pro-season: Orlando Magic at Houston Rockets, Ch. 20. NHL Hockey 6:30 p.m. — Detroit Red Wings at Toronto Maple Leafs, ESPN. Golf 10:30 p.m. — Piaget Open highlights from Belgium, HSE. CFL Football 7:30 p.m. — Sacramento Gold Miners at Winnipeg Blue Bombers, HSE. Volleyball 9:00 a.m. —World Beach Champl- onsKps, HSE. Rodeo 11:00 p.m. — PRCA Oklahoma State Fair, ESPN. Horae Racing 10:00 p.m. — The Meadowlands Cup, SPN. Pool MIDNIGHT — Challenge of Champions, ESPN. 1993 CUSTOMIZED CHEVY EXT CAB WfKUPS •— NowBsraoS 8 (409) 948-1100 (7131 488-5000 MJFmbgtU. THE INSIDE TRACK Thursday's Races Gulf Greyhound Park Picks Thursday night, Oct. 14 Post Tim»: 7:30 p.m <5/t6 mil*, Gr^CJ *7. Caughl My Fancy (Closes in stmtch); #3. DLB's Jasper (Fades some); *£ Base Nicky (Can run up late); #S. I Dell (Back and running). Also enterad: 1-Ps Look N Easy 2- Petro Gig Em, 4-Bob's Saucy. 8- SC's Buster 2nc!R«c« Gullle' Gulf Greyhound Pteks (5/16 mil«, GradeiA) #3. Ico Facade (Nice price); #8. GH's Nalureboy (Good matchup); 07. Dexter Ava (Always tries hard); *5. Backlield (Contends early). Also entered: 1-P's Satafire, 2- Native Texan, 4-Po!ar Express, 6- LB's Gambler __ 7lhfUc« Also entered: 1-Crysiin Fran, 2- Higher Ground, 5-Flying Eubanks, B-ClassIc Blazer Eastern Shade 4thR»c» . *1. less Truhan {Double drop); #ff Spud Hunter Lee (Could lake it)- #7 Goober Peas (Runs up late); #3 Jamba Critler (Closes in stretch). Also enfev»d;2-New Treaty, 4-SC's Proper Time, 5-Penny's Dinah, 8- Don The Robber 3rdRac« (5/1 s mile, Giad^D) #7. Jana's In Style (Must hold stretch); #5. Run !nlo Money {Mghi push it}; #r. Flyn Monte Carlo (Needs a good break); #4. Rambo Hunter (Drop in dass). Also entered: 2-River Bionic, 3- Bob's Saprano, 6-Blossoms Hal, B- (5/16 mil, *7. Infaiuation (Down in grade); #8 Country Gamble (Can close hard)' *2. Brazo Madam Win (Always dose); #4. Alphonse (Up in stretch). Also entered: 1-Distinctive Ac!, 3- Bob's Sport, 5-SL Fancy, 6-Germany's Ursula ~ SthRac* (S/16 mlJe, GradslBJ *7. Bob's Sirus (Can smoke 'em)- #4. P's Rocklever (Follows leader); fZ. Stout Wilson (Should like grade)*5. Ico Texas Tech (Close ih's time). Also entered: 1-Petro Bugla Boy, 3- CH's Njtaprowler, 6-Hub B-Beer Barrel (5/16 mll, «. Marshall {Big challenge); *6. Ps Raisin Smoke (Will be dose); *8. Total Strike (Outside runner); #7. Wesipark Libya (Needs the raii), Also entered: 1-Duet's Delight, 2- Babbling Brooke. 4-Black Chevy 5- Bosque Atlas ' (3m mile, Grade:B) #J. Fandango Pride (Driving on rail); its. BOB Megorace (Down 2 grades); #7. Atlantic Cruise (Always game); *8. Dark Fathom (Good post). Also entond: 2-lndio Doubletake, 3-Gypsie Flower, 4-Bels Casper, 5- Cpmedy Caper _ 9thRac« . #*. Ready To Nod (Holds laad this lime); #7. Bob's Contracl {Should bs there); #S. DLB's Janice (In it quick); #3. AJ's Alva (Huge win last time). (5/16mll«,Gr*d«:B) *2. Marquo Monument (Easy win In B); *5. Hi Elile (Down in dass); te. Fabens Stix (From s!ow oft); #3. Vino Vidi Via (Surprise contender). Also »n\oT»d: 1-PW Tango, 4-Marque Duka, 6-JD's Julie Clark, 7-ML Tiffany Glass __ llthH*c« (a^ mil*, Gr«>:C) «. CTV/ Express Male (No more seliling); *2. Ico LaserJet (Follows pace); *8. Blazing Gorse (Ha needs no trouble); tl. Brewton (Presses late). Also entered: 3-WMS Ruby, 5- Ready To Ram, 6-River Bundy 7- Bob's Arie _ 12thR»c8 "" (S/16 mil*, Grad.:A) *>. Myty Tipoff (Stretch drive); *5. Prime Ruler (Nice new one); #ff. BX's Claudeiie (Likes this class); #7. OPs Look Out (Should be there). Also entered: 2-Hun Bun. 3-Dorla's Bianca, 7-Winfra Look Awin, 8- SC's Princess Bast Bet-*7. Bob's Sirua in »h» fifth race. Bast Lwgshot-#3. Ico Facacte Ii; tha sixth raca. Gulf Greyhound Park Race Results Results from Wednesday matinee and night racing at Gulf Greyhound Park. For information, caJI, 935-7171. Matinee 1 «t Rac* 5-16CT-31.0S 2-Sahara's MscHgf 27.40 9.60 4.20 1-NXS Lace Teddy 5.60 2.BO 5-Uk8'sDanB»D» 350 Q:1-256.BO £2-1205^0 TrHncta:2-1-5 1044.6O 522.3O ~ 2nd Rao S-16BT-31J9 6-JJ Dustmaster 17.60 5.40 3.go 5-lnprasilva Joa 780 4 so 3-NXS Dark Wing A'BQ Q:5-6 65.60 E£- 5 357.30 Trtfecta: 6-5-3 1716.20 65a 10 Daily Double 2-6: 134.40 6-Marqii9 JustlcB 5,30 460 4-HI Tya ^m Q2-6 49.80 E2-6 148.20 Trilada: 2-6-4 600.4O 300.20 ~ 7th Race S-16 A T-30,78 4-RodeoBlueJaans B.60 4.40 300 8-Uttte Downing 680 320 1-Rancho Quickstep 340 0:4-817.40 Ev*-8 63.90 Trifecta: 4-8-1 21O.6O 105.30 Btti Rac* 5-16 B T-00.78 3-rmTaniFay 8.4O 5.00 330 2-CrulseAlr ^BQ 4.40 8-Cama John Folay 5 go O2-3 60.60 E3-2 200.40 Trifacta: 3-2-8 96S.BO 483 40 PK6 5 OF 6 (9 TICKETS): S13S 40 CARRYOVER: $20,162 WhRaca ~ Double Play 8-8: 78.60 Attendance: 2,479 MuluelHanolB: M10.200 TriTeaa:7-1-2 559.80 279.90 Evening 1st Race 5-16 C T-30.31 8-Ogallala Dasher 12.60 7.00 6.60 3-Bas8 Brass 6 20 4 6O 2-Bo Knows Turtx) 4*20 Q3-a 25.60 ES-3 103.00 Tnlacta: B-3-2 221.40 1 1 0.7O 5-WMSiittiBBil 1060 420 3OO 7-Patro Silky 5.30 3 . 40 1-Comat Surprise' 320 0:5-726.00 E:5-7 94.80 Trifacia: 5-7-1 173.80 39.40 _ 4th Raca 5-16 D T-31.03 ~ 6-RwerHunt 10.80 4.20 4.00 8-Sparkys Phantom 12.00 520 1-My Friend Warren 3 20 0:6-845.00 £36-8 187.80 Trifacta: S-B-1 340.60 170.30 S-16JT-30.77 1-HlblSyQulcX 10.40 5.40 4.00 2-HI Standing )6.60 12.40 4-CC's Desperado a 00 Q.-1-2 69.60 E:1-2 234.60 Trilecta: 1-2-4 937.20 46a.6Q S-16DT-31.07 2-Airt)oma Bingo 1 1.60 5.60 4.60 5-Sahara's Rebel 5.20 Z60 2.40 B-Standon'n AMn 4.BO 2.80 7-F1ying Train 3.20 0:5-8 30.00 E:5-8 43.50 TriJeda: S-a-7 245.00 122.50 _ tOttiRao 5-16 A T-30.72 4-Mr. Hcbbs 5.40 4.00 3.60 2-Downsvilla Rute 4.80 4 SO 5-LC's Hard Copy 5' go O2-427.80 E:4-2 60.00 Trl-Super 4-2-5(20 Exchanges): 330.00 lllhRaea ~ S-t6 C T-00.91 B-UTs SaW John 7.00 a20 360 7-Bob's Buddy 4,00 4.20 1-Budding Dudfey " 350 0:7-833.80 E:8-7 118.60 Trifecta: 8-7-1 235.40 142.70 TRI-SUPER CARRYOVER: 875,913 12th Raca ~ S^IS A T-31.04 8-rwas OnV JcWng 11.60 6.30 3.BO 1-CabiaFlra' S2O 340 2-Texas Red 2^0 0:1-836.00 Ea-1 119.40 Supertecta: 8-1-2^ 972.4O S-16 B T-30.71 8-DC Par.y Hate 11.20 7.20 S.oo 1-LB's Music Man 350 3 oo 2-LB Badboy Billy 4 20 0:1-811.00 EB-1 30.60 Trifecta: B-1 -2 205.00 102.50 DAILY DOUBLE B-B: 29.20 3rd Race S-16MT01.09 1-Scarl9t Notes 7.40 4.00 3.20 7-Dontbreatheonme 6.20 5 60 2-BC's Nflro Rre 740 0:1-742.80 E:1-7 105.90 Trifecla: 1-7-2 _ 341.20 170.60 4th Rao S-16 D T-30.60 8-BaACharrp 13.20 4.40 300 4-P's Final Play 3.80 2.80 2-Rfelng Fire 5 20 0:4-a 23.00 Ea-4 97.80 Trilecta: 8-4-2 628.60 314.30 5th Raca 5-16AT-30.93 1-lco Great Spirit 6.60 3.00 2.60 3-CR's Predaor 12.20 5.60 2-Congo Charmer 3 oo 0:1-377.60 E:1-3 107.10 Trttecia: 1-3-2 282.20 141.10 SthRac* 3-8 CT-37.94 7-HolyCholco 20.8011.20 4 4O l-flymars First* 5.20 320 2- loo Eagle Zoa 400 Q:1-7 48.20 E:7-1 121.50 5-16AAT-30.72 8-Rapldo Faxlttorna B.BO a60 2.4O 2-Gofrrt Petro 4^0 2.eo 5-SPP's Caution 430 02-812.80 Ei-245.60 Trilecta: 8-2-5 410.00 205.00 ~ BttiRac* 3-8 AT-38.09 4-HuskyBoy 20.007.6011.00 5-BX's Audra 4 go 3 BO 8-AY's Lil Dutter ' JAR Q-A-S 78.00 E:4-52304a TrB9cta:4-5-B 939.60 489.8O PK6 5 OF 6 (2 TICKETS): S563.40 CARRYOVER: $23.543 S-1SAAT-30.73 2-Bob's Cruising 6.60 4^0 3.00 3-Angel Breeze 24.60 7.20 1-Speedo Rockaiman 7 20 02-349.60 E2-3171.00 Trtecla: 2-3-1 467.60 233.SO 101hH»e» 5-16BT-31.19 2-Computer BlanK 13.20 4.40 2.60 5-SappaBo 6.40 3.SO 6-Striding Episode 3 60 02-556.00 E2-5 144.30 Trt-Supgr 2-5-6 (20 Exchanges): 396^0 ~ Hthflac* ~ ia BT-39.27 8-Dlb'sDoc ago 6.00 4.00 4-Unrivaled Mng 10.00 3.60 5-B!ond Escord 4 20 O:4-873.BO E'3-4 143.10 Trilecla: S-4- S 76 5. 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