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-?ag« C-4-- INDEPENDENT »"*' c '"'" Consensus 1 2 BETZ (95) : Confound Chip-Bo-Dali Come On Ban K'COS)! TERRt (S*) | HOIXY (68) I COBH""» (9« Confound(lS) . Brown Leads I Confound Rolake caip-Bo-Pal« HemetPrlncesI HemetPrlnces Fabulous w. Fabulous W. Dennis I Songful Half Roman Emoclonada I Ooo O Thr«» I Refiradt I ReRal Lark Half Roman Mr. R. B. PuWlcityMin Confound RolaKe Cnlp-B0-Pal« I Confound · Come On Ben Rolaki(5) Com«OnBtn(3) l Fabulom W. Half Roman D«i«nSumet DesertSumut Half Koaian Emoclonada I Acquaint M« HalfRo Deserts.-. Emoclonadaj O«s»rtSunstC7) O 1 One O Thru Keftal iJirK Bessie Queen I Renal Lark One O Three MMCalHorna Fin 6 .! Stlttn'.-l- Guide Line a-ClorlousNP Oon'tBeChsy I Guide Line · a-ClortounNp Be My Honey a-GlorlousNp Guide Line a-3ally Lee _ ! -a-GloriousNp Guide Line ··: Don'lBeChay a-GlorousN(12) Don'tB«Chy(2) j Moving BrlRtlt Wish I Jolly Sister 8 The Searcher Ole Travis jolly Sister -' .MurlelL. Mrs.: Movl I Moving . BrtehtWlsh Blue Decade Bright I Movlng(l3) Bright Wish fe) 1 Jolly Slster(5) The Searcher Rum bo. Olo Travis r I The Searcher I Tbe Searcher · Ojo Travis. . i-PunUla LlghtnlngJcHi'l-Ole Travis^ BrlghllJbertyl BrlchtLiberty BrlghtLlberty Trace Read Ole Rowdy. BrlthtLIberty Call Call. ' - TheSearehr(20) Ole Travl»(6) · EunlllaO) . · . - Trace Read(i)-Call Call(S) .· San Antonio'Cap Draws 10 The S50000 added San An-conditions.;."He is fit.-andT.eady toniq Handicap at Santa Anita and TM**,WTM^ *% this Saturday will.- draw a t i l l s *5CltWl V*«J' » i *« . ^ . ^ - probable field of .10 major stars rogardless .of track conditions. Trained Bill.. Molter. s a i d Thursday that. Round Table would run regardless of track ter. "I think we'll . matter what., 'the · weatherman brings along.' 1 · v · ' - . ". Present' weather' · prediction for Saturday calls, for ."clear and 1 fast" .and should th'is prevail the race is assured of both Porterhouse and Terrang. They will definitely not tackle an off track. In the .event of rain both Gold Cover and-Bounty-Bay.will start. - ' - · ' . ' - . ' · ' · The San Antonio is the ·final build-up- for. the. $135,000 Santa Anita Handicap on March 1. ·PARIS .OJ.E)--Tim 'Brown, a medical student from Glendora, Pal'if.,-' took · a surprising 17- point.-.'.ie.ad · over . defending champion - David - Jenkinsyof Colorado Springs, CoIp'.;;;Thurs- ; Jay after the men's : six · compulsory figures in. .the .world figure skating--.championships. ...Brown, runnerup ; toi Jenkins for th'e 'world 'title .at 'Colorado Springs last year, 'pulled ahead this time, with'an almost flawless performance 'pnythe .twisted-circle figures-He ended the day with" 993.5 points -to -,976'J. for the i21-year-old Jenkins. Alain .Giietti' '.of,-JFrance, -: : a youngster, .who won... -world recognition -at the age/of .12, was .third with ' 959. Karol Divin of Czechoslovakia; who e Hone Jockey Vvt. 3 Confound (Qlacomelli) ., 118 0 Chip-Bo-Dale (IL_ Moreno). 118 4 Come On Ben .(Boland) J 118 1 Blue Token O*eves 118 5 American Coment (Ycaza). 118 8 Rolake (Gllsson) .. 5 Precision Man (VolzKe) 2 Sir sulllvjin _(Kaese) " - BY KOY BE1Z FHIDAY. FEBRCARY 1«-- 3Tth D»r ot BB-D»y MeetUw. er Cl«r. TmcK Fm«t. Flnt roit 1:OOP; M. · . Weather Cl«r. TmcK Fm«t. Flnt roit 1:OOP; LISTED ts ORDER OF puiFEitnyCE. iNCS. ST KAr_ CALBKEO! ·THKEK I URLONUS. 2 S. PUKSE »4,»00. XB. JIA1DEN COLTS AND. GELD I--DonUnguez). _i - '(Volzke) ,,,(--~ r 7'KlwTArl i'Sur" I plea8iir« r '(Le'wl»p^!ZrL.";~~..ii: 6,Importer (Westropt) - ^--.-..-.-...l.. 1: 13 Mount Scopus --(A.-. TaleniueH) ; I- aurT : :Run"ner~: '. LOKC8HOT-- SI S id«ojj :.. XIVAJf. Comment 'May make It today. ,,..-Best a bold challenge. Broke slowly list start. 1 All Blue-Toubo Queen. . Had excuses last start. Will keen them · honest. .. Did not like the mud. ., Chance ott .best race. Chanlea-Lovers Art. .. -Close up at blc odds. _ 1 Surprise jr threatens, '.. .Beaten" ORdly^laat.. stan. 'Must-show Improvement. : .B«ter, It scratchK Fanfare ,_ llB-',*'l|rures- to; .'.trail. · :hes out. SECOND .- · * YH; UP; .CLALMUift fliRSC' »4.MO. Heraet. .Brlncein . ShotmaJwr) .Fabulous -W.-. (Tanlnudil).; -m .. s- ( Oiaconum) ; .. r. Ho -'(Ltonajd) ;.; - . V.Dencls- 9 Better. 15 Wllsome (P, -Moreno) . 11 Idle · Arms · (Ferguson) 2-.Sor.jtul (Femison). .. l.v Pappy '-"(Ti- Domlnruez) 7 Jaylpee Jr. (Ycaza),-- .. ------- ..... A _ 6 Toro-San (Parent). '. ------ :..!-..; -- JC107 1. Beit Hold (Bailey) ........ -..- ..... . 112; rawler Blues · (*.- Domlngucz) 111 carlet- Wave (Gllsson) · ........ ----- 106 .moK.Fiee (A. Vaieniuela)., ...·....-. Ill 12'N«tay CFalrhohn).;:..:::., ----- ....... .JilM 3 'Tell' we- Tony- (Skuse) :'.;..;.: -- ..-'. 113_ --------- OKO-SAN ^ . 10 .3 L Best-Js hard 'to- beat..!:^w-j.~ · Dopes for.'. 'A part. ·--.'.-- TrylnE ..jepeat win. ....---... . Dangerous at tnla weight. /Wim.-forc* the pace. Not. an impossible task. ... ·Best coul'd. threaten Can and .musl improve. · _ Fair-. Chicago races; ·:.':...:.:..·. Rates R loneshot-chance. ... · Improvement. necessary. ... Would, have .to surprise. ·_ -^ T ot likely to- threaten, ·-- .Surprise It-close. ._:...- ·· Hardly- -tro-able '.-these,, 'Give 'him a -pass,,.'.-. : ·-'""1' ! 3-1 '. G-l In Fine Whiskey HIISCHMMfS IS THE almost a sure bet that'the United -States' would win the irien's'-title for the llth straight year. Dick-Button started' the domination with five straight victories and · Hayes Alan Jenkins, David's older brother, won four years after that. . Men's competition concludes tonight with the free skating, which counts 40 per cent of the final score. The compulsory, or school,. figures, count ,60 per cent. The two other American men in the field of 23 were far behind. Robert Brewer' of Alhambra, was 10th with 882.1, and Tom Moore of Seattle, was 14th with 835.5. Carol Heiss, an 18-year-old blonde from New York-, will start defense of her women's championship this morning. S.'One -O -Throe'-CH- -Moreno) 10 Reu'radl .(York) i.^«.__^-._ :5 KBKBI Lark (Arcaro) :-. 11H 12 Final StUch (Boland) 110 11 Bessie Queen (Skuse) -- 111 14 Miss California (Fercuson)' ....xlOG Blue Sunset (Haxmatz) ,, Ill " iforeno) .... 113 3 Amarlllo Speed (P. · Moreno) .... 113 Tough -spot to IB Flashy Winner (A. Valenzuela) 112 Not to be coun: L3 Shape Burner (Neves) ... 4 Reward Due. (Westrope) 9 Paris Royal (Leonard) .... 2 Gems Joy (Ferguson) 5 Stripper- YMaese) C Rentro (Miller) 7 Scortop (Tanlguchll 10 LONGSHOT--AJIAIUULO SPEED. Most blended whiskies today are no more than 86, Proof. But Fleischmann's is a full 90JProof! This is why you get more flavor--more enjoyment--more satisfaction in every drink. Even more--Fleischmann's surprising mildness and exceptional smoothness tell you that you're getting the highest quality in every bottle. So try Fleischmann's-you'll agree that no other whiskey in America offers.you so much. J d 59 4 / S ;ay:-- never --oyal, chance .for upset. ·,,- Dangerous- -11- -starts. '::iZ-lZ, Will keep them honest. ....-Best could · challenge. ^ ,, Not .an impossible task. 8-3 Game but In touch.' ...- 10-1 Tough -spot to graduate. -- ' COWPARiP TO M3UHS -. : MV GAME 50RE STINKS- , : " ' N0« »·=. ON THE GRM051WE i'MV PROPRETOB. (Continued from Page C-2) Round Table was pulled out'of the Saturday'race/ from 5,OQJ to 10,000 fans would have stayed home. .And if -that figures sounds excessive; check it with racing secretary Jimmy Kilrpe. Although Hound Table Is the licst^hbrse In.Callfornla now; I think loading him (or ariy other horse, fdr'that.matter) iTtth excessive weight Just to : equalize -matters, "is brutal. It'§ ifot r i g h t . ' . · ' · · ' . ' ' ' - -^Besides, I think.'the owners-of the other four beasts should, take, a quick leap; somewhere.- Their animals were saddled ·with at least 12;pounds less than Round Table: Terrang5nd: Porterhouse have 118 each, Promised .Land 116, and Find'llSi' I'd say Find's owner must know somebody. At the weights; -he's-a terrific bet! - . . - . . · · . . . " ·..··: -i-. Longden to Rest Ankle Until Iluiesday Jockey John 'Longden '. said Thursday that he would not accept -mounts- until next Tuesday in order to give-an ankle a chance to respond to therapy ;reatments." '. - - -,. . .-The'.ankle,' fractured- in a :tarting-gate: accident last Au- gus_t, ;has been'. aching ·' in periods ,of ;'damp'-. and-cold weather, he" reported 1 . He :was taken off his mounts Thursday. Long- de'n celebrates his 48th. birthday ...today. , , .; · ;.".; . out. -- IlOU X103' Weakened last start r--- 15-1 Neglected to beat a horse. .,.--.20-1 Surprise If close -- 20-1 Will, need the -llijif weight --i:20-l .,.,, __ , -' ' · 109- Beat only one horse. ..;.....---: 23-1 ....:::::~i:-:.:..... in Beaten badly, finished last. 25-1 (Tanlgnchll 109 Give her a pass. .-. 25-1 FIFTH HACK--ONE MILE. 3 YK. FILLIES. AL.I.O«AJCEb. BRITISH EUROPEAN ;,. CARS SPECIALIST;;: rirtonr-TriiliI«l «TMl '·'"-··· "' Juit Arrlvit from lurtfty^ With 30 Ymarf IxjMrl.nesf. . ^^w^^xws^^^wwx^«^^-" Ready to Glv« Yoyr Foreign Car - - Tb» FINEST in EXPERT : REPAIR and SERVICE! £v.rylhln« -- Uf lo Comp/«f. fnf/n*-Ov.rfwul^ Bob Lamb's Garage 16221 CLARK ((t OLIVE ST.) BtLLFLOWER T3 7-90M" Op.n 1 Coys a W.k- 1 a-Glorlous Nymph;-(Shoemaker) US Entry holds a strong nand. 3 Don't Eft choosy (Ycnza) 111 Good race -one -back.- ~_;TM.TM 9 a-Sally Lee^ (HariaB) ~ IIS Best- could- threaten. - 5 Bermuda Punch (York) us- Ignore, last race. 7 Be 1 My Honey (Ferguson) _., X113 -"Sharp Improvement necessary. 2 ToonH-Soong (Tanlgucbl) ,,_.,, ill Beat only .one horse. __ 4 sSect Trip (Filrholm) .... J306 Will need the light weight.- 8 Tall Beauty- (Skuse) .' _,. 111 Doubt If will contend. a--W Molter-tralned entry L.ONGSIIOT--BE MY HOMEY. SIXTH RACE--SIX .FUJBJLONUS. 4 ¥11. UP. CLASsMt LED ALLOUAC£S. PUHSE M.OOO. Chestnut, Gomes Ink for March 7 Garden Bout NEW - YORK (HE) -- Two matches were announced Thursday for Madison Square Garden and at the same time the International Boxing Club announced that it still was negotiating for a welterweight tournament semi-final there on March 21. Featherweight contender Ike Chestnut of New York was signed for a 10-round bout with Harold 'Gomes of Providence, R.I., on March 7. The other -match gives young Mickey Crawford of Saginaw, Mich., his first' Garden main event in/-a, 10-rounder. with welterweight ." "contender'"' "Gil Turner of Philadelphia- on March 28. -.' . Negotiations still were pro ceeding for a 12-rourid 'welterweight tournament semi-final between Isaac Logart and Virgil Akins for March 21. 1 Moving (ArcarO) 117-AppearB the . one. to 1 beat;- ^ : 3-2 4 Bright Wish (Shoemaker) ..._- 110 . .Winning racs one. back.. L:--:-- 2 T J' -7 Jollv sister (Ycaza) -.--L-_^TM.._ 111 close up last start. ; __»^ 5-2 5 Speito Edle (Neves) ... 1U " - -"-2 Mrs Muriel L, (Ferguson) ^.Jiioa R Raving Rita. (Taka) .,,·_·: Jill*. 5 Bluo Becade (Jiamntz) ..^_- 110 3 Silver-Ball (BpIajndiU.,,,^-.- 3W- WJ.-r.SHOT-- B ~ .......... DECADE. Ge'ncruUy a. Rood' effort. .. Comes oft Rood mud race, . Outside chance here ,,__.:. S-l Good, race before last. *.-*,,'· 10-^' lionB tlm*. .alncB winner. 15-1 El SEVE.NTH RACE--IJi'MIli L MOSTISi VVBOX W.OOO. OCt'BF, ,4. YB.. UP, AIXO\VACES: . 111. Best Is good enough. .-US Just chased -the top one_ ^103 Wlll.:be chaTginK' In -the stretch '.4-. ·Can run with these. (l-l 1 Did not like the mud. 8-1 fi The Searcher (Yeazat .... 2 Olft Travis (Shoemaker) 5 Punllla (Ferguson). -4 Posadas (Pulldo) 120 7 Lightning Jack (Tanliruchl)--. Ill -- -- - -- , 3 Last Row -(H, Moreno) 115 ..Winning-race on« back. no-l 8 Grey Baby (Skuse). 113 'Only a longshot chance. 15-1 ..Rurnoc. (Vorjf) 113 Hardly trouble. tiese. TM.._._ -----11 Wonder Boy (Ferguson) ..·_:._...xlll U Havlt Your Way .(H.-- iloreno) 320 10 Pink Coat (Harmatz) 116 13 Ship's News (Westrope) _ US 15 King Julian (T. Domlnguez)- 116 16 Double Up (Ferguson) ~jclOS 4 Fetiche II (Rlero) _ lie'- 2 Resistance (Taalimchl) ,,... 122. 9 Precious -Stone (H. Moreno)-- lift 5 Emseesquaro (Arwrundi) "~" 12 Our Cover Up (Lewis) Heart Disease Kills Teenage Boxer SPRINGFIELD (IIJE)--A deputy coroner-said Thursday that a Chicago boxer who died in a fight;in Springfield..had.a.his- tory of "active rheumatic heart disease." The boxer, Melvin Young, 17, died Wednesday night when hisi head struck a ring rope after he was knocked down in the first round of a Golden Gloves amateur bout. JKIUHTH ItACE--li'n ^HLES. 4'lit. UP.. CLAIMING. PPRiiE ta.OOO. Brlcnt Liberty (Arcato)-- ------ 112 .LOOKS llkn '-the spot... ---- - ........ -- 3r2 Trace Read (Tcaza) ----- : ------- 115' . Jusf Tnlssei In -last.: ,,; ..... _..,, -- ^-l ' - ----- ------- . . ,, ..... _.. 5 Call Call (Shoemaker) _____ '11B . CTfrures to take- .some- part. . l Indorse (York! TM..-_._^ ------ 11T . Winnlnc rac. · one- naclc..- _. -- · ' 6 Ole Rowdy fLeonardv"'_..TM.!^.JJaiS x--Apprentice^ Allowance cladmed. IX)NGSHOT--OLE ... 110 Comes-.off even. effort. Comes. bfC'm'ud :-wln. , Last sot · best.' - .,,,..-. . rf _^ fi-i Figures to weaken, -_.,^..TM.JZ"IW-1 Taken up last .start. · ;.13-1 Will need the light weight. Neglected to beat' a horse. ... . May bo. placed too low. Eased up In last. _.. Figures to trail. .... Dopes among, alraggl Hialeah Results / Cloudy mat Fiat FIRST. BAQE--lVd_roU«: . Miss-Catesby.Blum "J17.00 J1I);50 Llebllch, H«rtnck 8,90 ~ Flesftlmii I 8.10 e.70 S.6D Time--3:52^ Reterita, Bedevlller, Lady Nelson Bor-Rn-Mar, Terrapin, Blue Sail 1 - -Page's Darling, Amuse and Queen Kathv aly.. ran. - , SECOND RACK--« TnOonirs; Caesar Did. Ruane 8.30 4.50 4.00 Black Sblel' s Cheque \e . 10.10 8.10 IctthTr Franlc Ussery j. 12.30 Time--1:12; -· El -.Oued, Helicopter. Court Trial , . T" G-ad Biilnea, Autumn Sparkle, Betty' Charge, Green Brigade and Bunucha also ran. DAILY DOUBLl- PAID »143.»0 TKIBD PACE--3 furlonfs: . Pryst. 1 Brock) 1 - C.? · 4.in) 3.10 f-lnd'.an.-Ma!' 1 . 'Desplrlti ' 4.70 3.10 Glork 'i loru a JUJCK«I, ^iuj..-iii.-- Time --- :33%. Chalme, ron3-t Hero.! Marbailte. : _. 3.70 Astarlta, 'McKiiky t- f--Field. tack*:' a-Homesteade. xmbee als^ ran a--Shawhan-Garby-- entry. EOCRTH KACE--I Ini Boycotter, Desmrltr «.30 Meticulous, Atkinson _ ^Tim?" 1 - ?f°2S. ' PalnVed-Flower^ _;io -4.50 -BIB. circle'ana miio.Jani. Hidden Goi3r~Bluin"13.10 Antnea. Ruane Kanchero 2nd. Stone ! Curtice to Coach West ' 'SANFRANCISCO (HE)--Jack ! Curtice, who coached the West to a 27-13 upset over the East last December, Thursday night was re-named head coach of BLENDED WHISKEY . 90 PROOF · 65% G R A I N NEUTRAL 'SPIRITS ; t h e West team for the 33rd an- THE F L E 1 S C H M A N N D I S T I L L I N G C O R P O R A T I O N , ' NEW Y O B K CITY'jnual Shrine .game....'. 6.00 8.90 · 4. GO 7.10 8.50 1 'Sun £"Flne'MoncJt. Sharp. Note, My Time--1:31«. 3 K 0n pow^aL""Qulck"E.clsro-i-«u ! Devilment also, rar SIXTH l^CE-Sttfurloi,..:, Leather Kid, Peake 12. Ever Best. Dssery .. BUY SAFETY WOW PAY LATER .. _;eeneland !Jd7. and Lady EU also ran. a--Calumet Farm entry. EIGHTH- BAOE--lJAr miles: . - Talent'Snow Atknsn 9.10 · '4.10 .3,10 a-Prlnclpado, Burr 2.80 -.30 1 Si^«. BI SS U 55Sri3ffl. «S ter^ Royal Benden Fle'.d Trophy, In- cltatus Saf» Landing, Tor Favor and -?-fcJrf°FSm-Montp,li.r .'entry. · vrVTlf RAOJE^--1A miles: ffiS^Sco^-^ |: boffin TSull^v T*~---.'.--· · 4^*U B T^e-lfs"!. IffiS^-Altaln, Byroon coy D'Amour, Sal 3 Boots, B* Fair aad Albany Square also ran. . HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS CHEVROLET, $Mtt FORD . . . . . 14' LIMITED TIME ONLY CHRYSLER $1/95 PRODUCTS 7 . INCLUDES TOP GRADE LINING AND SKILLED SERVICE BRAKE ADJUSTMENT SPECIAL. PACK WHEEL BEARINGS INSPECT AND ADJUST BRAKES ADD NECESSARY FLUID 6.00 4.60 10.50 9.30 -5.10 BETZ' BEST Most probable-Winner--The Searcher In 7th. Best O Three'In 4th. -Best Money. Prospect--Trace Read in 8th. . Win j-orlay--Guide, line la 5th. to Bibvinp in 6th. LonRshot Special --'Indianola in 3rd. Santa Anita ~;-j... -Result^, FIRST RACE--3 furionrs: Pair Sada, H.Mrno J60.30 513.20 J10;50 Oncar 0., Burton -Prince Cohen, Westrope,-........ . . Time--:341t. -Scratched--Uicky Mine.! Nth Degree, Rufus Rey,- Man J. " "SECOND RACE--G'/| fnrlbnrj: 'roiaa Bey, Bo!and··..90 ". 3.90 Nesl ilaa Bey, iblt Mak:e Up,- Falrholm.- Polished Flame, ^Yci -- ----- .......... .. .. Time -- 1:1B%. Scratched -- Black Bandit, Ferity, Free Bed,- .Hone. THIRD RACE-- VA linlonri: ForeVfirett, Boland 17.10 · · i.70 Betty's Best, Tanlmchl-.. .' -6.20 Darling Carol, Vork Tlrae f 3,601 \:W.' Scratched--Go7n"g South, Galarullah, StoZsn Kisses; Fabullte. FOURTH EACE--« fbrlonn: Cuter Yet, Ycaza _ 20:10.--10.90 7.00 |i Nevada Bond, Moreno __ 4.BO . '3.30; Madam Chuck' York ,,_ B.90. Tlme-^-lIlS^b^ No- scratches.. '.' : . 'U-TU RACE--tPA fnrloajrs: Step Gal, .Ycaza - 17.50.·'-. 7;00 - -4.60 Circus Kid. 'York ; 1.90 ' 3.80 Roman Silver, Cantarlnt ._, 11.40 Time--1:18%. Scratched--Sun Jewell, Towereta, Clock Watcher, April Flurry. SIXTH RACK--1% miles: Lookout Point, Hrmtz 5.GO.-. 3.80 Fancy Dresser, Neves _..' 6.50' "4.20 Parts Lights. Ycaza _. 5.10 . Time--2:56%. .Scratched -- .CaJtary Court. SEVENTH KAi_ Running Patch;Yc: Cold'Hands,.TinlguchJ -Our. Legacy,.'Boland ·,,_._ .-Time--1:17%. Scratched--Skylalr. EIGHTHJIACE--liV mile:' SearchWarrant.Skuse e.70 4.SO 4.10 Splendido, Ycaza Existentialist. Ferguson . Time--1:4B«.' Scratched--Daddy Sol, Llttlt Poise, .'Bcolia}- Souare; Count Me .CE--SVi cza 32.40 BoH Ruler Works | Fast Six Furlongs HEALEAH (D.E)--Bold Ruler, 1957 "horse ' of trie year," reached racing 'form in a Hialeah .-(vorkout .Thursaay;.^indi- cating the. Wheatley colt'wiU be ready, for 'the, $100,000'" added Widener Handicap Feb. 22 "without the benefit of a race. 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