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Page 6 --Daily Messenger, Canandatgua, N.Y. --Wednesday, May 5,1971 Canandaigua Day Opens Finger Lakes Season ringer Lakes Race Track in nearby Farmlngton opened its tenth season of thoroughbred racing this afternoon with the first race getting underway at 1:30. Nine races were being run with the opening day races being sponsored by Canandaigua merchants and the Greater Canandaigua Chamber of Commerce. Canandaigua Day has become a tradition oh opening day and again on closing day at the local oval. This season there will be 139 days of racing with the season coming to a close October 13. Besides the dally double on the first two races there will be three exact as each day with the exactas being held on the fifth, seventh and ninth races. General Manager William (Bill) Thayer, who replaces Luke O'Brien has worked overtime trying to get the track in shape for the opening with many new features that he feels the public will like. If work alone can do the job of winning over the buying public Thayer would 1 be a big winner as GM of the big Farmington layout. Another big field of horses are booked for Thursday races with the feature race being a six furlong claiming race for three year olds and up with a $1,600 purse. Nine horses have been entered in this race with many old time favorites at Finger Lakes among the entries. Rocket Destroyer, Sky Loop, Sam Lord and Cracker jack are four thoroughbreds that have raced here for several years. There are hundreds of new thoroughbreds on hand with more checking in each day. This makes for full slates of horses and a better meet. CA Downs Penn Yan; Victor Over Geneva t International League Standings By United Press International W. L. Pet. GB 11 10 10 4 6 6 7 9 8 11 11 .733 .625 .625 .533 .400 .385 .353 .353 114 3 5 5 6 6 READY TO OPEN -- Finger Lakes track superintendent Ken Bowe, left, points out features of new backstretchdormitories to new genera! manager, William Bill) Thayer. Meet opens today. Syracuse Charleston Louisville Richmond 8 Winnipeg 6 Rochester 5 Toledo 6 Tidewater 6 Tuesday's Results: Syracuse 7 Richmond 1 Charleston 9 Winnipeg 2 Rochester 8 Tidewater 3 Louisville 8 Toledo 3 Trophy For Wicks NEW YORK (UPD--Sidney Wicks, the inspirational forward of national champion UCLA, became the first recipient Wednesday of the Basketball News' Joe Lapchick Trophy as the country's outstanding senior collegiate player. Wicks received a total of 125 points in balloting of . 31 sportswriters across the nation. Austin Carr of Notre Dame was runner-up in the voting with 112 points. PENN YAN -- The Canandaigua Academy tennis team chalked up its second win of the season yesterday afternoon when they defeated a near veteran Penn Yan team 5-0 at Penn Yan. Coach Steve Bull of the Braves was a happy coach. "We played another veteran team and looked great. We've given up just one point in two matches to date. We get a toughie tomorrow in Geneva. In fact, there are no weak teams in the division this year." In the first single match, CA's John Watkins downed Ken Owens 6-4 and 6-1. Second doubles saw freshman John Olson beating veteran Ed Supple with ease 6-1 and 6-3. In the third doubles match Rick Ullrich of CA had problems with Tom Keifer in the first set before he put it away 9-7. He won the second set with a 6-2 mark. * The CA doubles teams showed great strength in beating their opponents in both matches. Coach Bull is high on these boys. "They're not just singles players looking for a place to land. These boys will be working as teams throughout the season. They take the percentage shots and know what the other mate is doing." At first doubles, Tom Bishop and John Pierce defeated Steve VanDyke and John Bloomquist 61 and 6-2. At second doubles. Joe Valvano and Al Simonsen nearly whitewashed Tim Supple and Greg Christensen with 6-1 and 6-0 victories. The Braves meet Geneva today and then are idle until they meet Mynderse next week. The Mynderse match originally scheduled for Thursday was moved back due to rain. SCOOP'S GRADED HANDICAPS Selections for Finger Lakes Race Track THURSDAY, MAY 6,1971 First Race 3 YO UP Claiming 6 Fur. Purse |1,500 5 BrawnyLad- NB.119--Appearsready , . -,5-2 8 Ned'sMike--Gilbert, 114--Chief rival '" 7-2 10 FantasyLane--NB,lll--Inlightwatch.'...,...,. ""'9-2 6 Regal Scot --Valerie, 114 --Can't count out ' ""s-1 1 OnTheEdge--Maribona, 111 -- Raced well here ' '"«' 4 KhaledCelerity--Wise, 119--Goodlongshot "7-1 2 Hedda Miss -- NB, 114 -- Newcomer hold ""io-1 9 MidReport--Mahon,114 --Mightneedrace . . 12-1 7 BluesCbaser --Rowan, 109--Reallywouldat 20-1 3 TopAnnie --Roffo.lll --Holdfoflater 20-1 · selections 5-8-10 ""- '",' Downtown's Leading Restaurant' dune's Steak House 169 South Main St. Downtown Cdga. PHONE 394-5137 Fifth Race 3 4 YO Mdns. Claiming 6 Fur. Purse 11,500 1 Deltas Gem --Gold, 112--Best of lot 9-1 12 FancyToo--Rincon,109--Must he fancy today 3-1 9 MalHope-NB, 107--Should land spot 4.1 2 Miss Salteen -- Rosario, 107--Jockey helps 5-1 6 Cimarron Mark--Mahon, 108-- Goodlongshot.. 6-1 5 , Sl ±terMag -- Adams,107--Newcomer to watch 'a-1 IOA Pmeholme - NB, 112--Upset minded io-i " DIarkJAmber -- Hlckmont, 103 --In light watch "12-1 14 A Lord Silver-NB, 108 --Coupled with IOA "10-1 3 Johnnies Pal --NB, 107 -- Can't see today 15-1 7 Secret Miss -- Harris, 103--Hasn't shown much 20-1 I3TumtfoShow-Fryer,loi-Mightfoolyou ""20-1 8 Nevagay--Wise, 109--Nothing 2 0-1 4 Beverly Pet--Stampinator, 103 --Newcomer 20-1 Selections 1-12-9 You Are A/ways a Winner . . . When You Shop Canandaigua's LARGEST Jewelry Store CROWN Second Race 3 YO UP Claiming 6 Fur. Purse 11.500 9 Oriennel -- Ban-era, 119--Reported sharp. 2-1 5 Angel Forest --NB, 114 -- Good newcomer '"3-1 1 Parkes -- Kent, 114--Should land spot 4-1 2 Westport Belle -- Marabona, 112--If ready lookout.. 5-1 10 KiokeeCreek -- NB,117 -- Upset horse here 8-1 4 Dan'sWar --Simpson, 114--Mightneedrace .. .. 8-1 3 Sad-Sax -- NB, 114 -- Goodlongshot....'. 10-1 7 Parting Time --NB, 109--Save for later 12-1 8 Comes The Groom--Lana, 114 --If muddy maybe 12-1 6 Com-A-Ix)ng April--Hickmont, 109--Likes distance 15-1 Selections 9-5-1 JEWELRY STORE 142 S. Main, I'h. 394-3115 Sixth Race3 YO UP Claiming 6Fur.Purse»1,500 3 Mona Mane -- Stampinator, 102 - Sharp newcomer 5-2 a S-SnJi 1 " ^ e ^~ Gilbert ' 122-Chief rival £2 8 Mid Fleet -- McKeever, 114 -- Usually good here '9-2 ^ 5? n m WailOnMe - Ga! 'ey. H2-They won't tl 9 Truffling-Ban-era, 112-Could upset field · £J 6 LanaC--Kinsley, 109 -- Gal is ready again B.I 2 Peg's Son Kent, 114-Goodlongshot i£i 4 FjeryRoman--Healy,112 -- Bothbattlers 121 1 Citanna -- Gold, 112-Can't see today ili 5 Blue As The Night -Murphy, 109-Not too much chance ' 20-1 Selections 3-7-8 OPEN MON. thru SAT., 10a.m. to 10p.m. YOUR DYNAMIC PRICE FIGHTER Rte. 20 and Townllne Kd.; Canandaigua Your Haven for Savin'! Third Race 3 YO UP Claiming 6 Fur. Purse $1,590 9 FarewellLady-Rowan,117--ShouldhandIethese 5-2 1 Dream A Dream - Valerie, 119 - Could sweep it all .. '"7-2 8 JollyPrince -- Zipper.116--Notoutofit ... ""0.9 10 Naskapi-Barrera, 116--Fromgoodstable ..'."'. 5-1 3 Prince Jo Lyn -- NB, 114 -- Upset minded 6-1 4 Net Gam-Simpson, 109 --Could need some races . 8-1 2 Largo Lad-Mmian, 114-Hold for few days ... ""io-1 6 PecSm Paul - Healy, 119 - Excellent longshot '."'" 12-1 7 Exort-McKeever,ll9-Speedattimes 12-1 R TM wavs -Lana, 116-Nothing to recommend :.:""l5-l DiPACIFIC'S STEAK HOUSE Enjoy The Best in Food Entertainment Rta.% 332 Vicior --Reservations Call 924-3634 Fourth Race 3 YO UP Claiming 6 Fur. Purse II 500 4 TwoBlades -- Galley,119--Poi sed for this .... 2-1 9 Watch Patoot- Rodriguez, 119--Will be trying '."'. "3-1 8 Honey's Kit--Wise, 117-Might berealsweet 5-1 3 HulingSwords-- Vedilago, 112 -- Could take it all... . "'e-1 7 Galloping Rose -- Roffo, 112 -- Could need warmup ""7-1 6 GlenFrancis -- Lana, 109--Inreallight 8-1 2 Two Anns -- McKeever, 109--Same asabove io-l 5 SeaMret-Smith r 112-Upsethorsehere '.'.'. 12-1 1 Lady From Castile--Reynolds, 109-Good wager a I 15-1 Sel".-;Mins 4-9-8 BRED I v :-j.p KENTUCKY LOUJ£i".-.r; Ky. (UPD--: ····en --.'I ·· r c,-ht winners of .' jijyhi'f'. -icing's Triple · · .vf, hh.'.. ,n Kentucky. "* Triu · . :'-wn--The Ken- · ·· · ni-V ·. -alcness and Ihe pinnacle ,°ar-olds. TOP COLLEGE PASSER SEATTLE, Wash: (UPD- Sonny Sixkiller, the 19-year old sophomore of the University of Washington, was the nation's top collegiate forward passer in 1970. SixkjJler completed 186 of 362 passes for 2,303 yards and 15 touchdowns. Ninth Race 3 YO UP Claiming Mile A 70 yds Purse |1,500 1 Jet Derby--Barrera, 116--Old favorite 5-2 8 CleverBard -- Donnally,ll6--Will battle it out 7-2 3 Ourame--Slmpson,112--Likes this track 9-2 7 OwnRisk -- Mahon,112--Don't count out .'.... ' 5-1 2 Azucarillo--Harris, 112--Newcomer to watch 8-1 4 SureMark -- Rowan,112--Upset horse here io-l 6 Queen's Award--NB, 109--Bigprizeat 12-1 5 Stars Warrior--Harris, 109 -- Another newcomer 15-1 Selections 1-8-3 ' (J GENEVA -- The Victor tennis team handed the Geneva' Panthers their first loss of the season 4-1 yesterday afternoon in gale like winds on the Geneva Junior High courts. Coach Bill Colemari of the Devils Juggled his doubles lineup a little and won both matches. Geneva was able to get just one point at third singles. Victor is now 2-0 on the season and Geneva 1-1. Victor has had Just one point scored . against them while piling up nine win points. At first singles Gary Hadden of Victor defeated Craig Mills of Geneva in straight sets 6-4 and 63. Terry Sharp handed veteran Art Buell what might be classed an upset but he did it with ease 6-1 and 6-2. Buell is one of the belter singles players in the league. The third singles match was a scorcher with Dave Smith, of Geneva finally beating Tom Tourje of Victor in 31 games. Tourje took the first set 7-5, Smith came back to take the second set 6-4 and then the third 6-3 for the hard earned point for Geneva. Coach Coleman moved Jeff Northrup to first doubles with Mike Cologgi and the Victor pair beat Rick Grossman and Ray Cook easily 6-2 and 6-3. Mike Schultz moved to second doubles teamed with Jeff Allchin to beat J.R. Crowley and Jorge Paso. The Geneva duo look the first set. 6-3. Victor came back strong to take the next two sets 63 and 6-1 for the match. Victor entertains a strong Dundee team today at Victor in a very important B division match. MOOSE HUNTING TENED KENTVILLE, N.S. (UPI)Illegal moose slaughter has reached such · proportions it could adversely affect the future of moose hunting in Nova Scotia, says Arthur Patton of the provincial Department _of Lands and Forests. Patton said the legal kill last season was 308, compared with 318 the previous season but the illegal kill was much: higher. HIGH STEPPER -- Jack Colcord of the Canandaigua Academy track squad clears the last hurdle on his way to winning the 120 high hurdles In yesterdays CA win over Midlakes at Evans Field. Gimenez if Midlakes (under Colcord's arm) took second and Gordie Fischer of CA (outside) was third. Braves Outrun Midlakes 96-45 The Cannndaigua Academy track team downed the Midlakes cindermen 96-45 yesterday afternoon at Evans Field in a Finger Lakes Class A meet. The Midlakes team was operating without their top runner Dori Valeric out with a pulled hamstring muscle. Valerto is one of the top quarter milers and also a member of the Midlakes mile relay team. Gary Tiffany was a double winner for Midlakes with wins in both the 100. and 220 yard events. George Walker was a double winner for the Braves taking the two mile and the 880 yard. Running the latter event for the first time, Walker ran the best time of the season with a fine 2:09.3. The Braves took both the mile and 880 relay. In the mile relay Jay Mitchell, Mack Ingles, Doug Berky and Jim Warfel posted a time of 3:49.8. In the 880 relay D L PAINT STORE Window Glass -- Paints -Wallpaper -- Mirrors 203-205 South Main St. -- Canamlnigua, N.Y. PHONE 394-2707 Seventh Race 3 YO UP Claiming 5 Fur. Purse »1,500 3 Gilmer Road -Russo, 117 -Should handle these 2-1 1 PlunkettStreet-Maribona,ll7-Sharp newcomer..::: ""4-1 4 BusyHouse-Fryer.llO-Soundnewcomer 5-1 eStirrup-Gallev.lH-Mightneedfew e-1 A N ° rman(] y Bo b-Rowan,114-Upsethorsehere 8-1 2A Charismatic --Rowan, 112--Coupled with above "s-I 5 Salltron-Lana,114-Holdforlater. 12-1 7 Tropical Jenny-NB,l06-Inlight -.'.'.'. 15-1 Selections 3-1-4 Canandaigua's 3 Leading Stores SHENKMAN'S --Men's and Boys' Wear NORMA SHOP -- Ladles' Apparel DAVIDSON'S SHOES Inc. Eighth Race 3 YO UP Claiming 6 Fur. Purse |1,600 5 Ver Vase -- Rodriguez, 112 -- Ready for this 5-2 9 Chimar--Donnalley, 122--Chiefopponent 7-2 2 Bound To Dance--NB, 114-- Might fool them all 9-2 3 Rocket Destroyer--Barrera, 117--From goodstable'.'.'." "5-1 6 Sam Lord -- Cook, 104--Battler in light g-I 4 Crackeriack --Ciccone, 114 -- If ready beware "io-l 1 OtherWife-Mahon,H2--Nottoday ... . 12-1 7 WiseWeather -- NB.109--Save your money '"20-1 Selections 5-9-2 LONDON FOG'S' WINSTON- HEWN FOR ALL SEASONS Home Delivery Seneca Dairy Bar South Main Street The Winston is cut for duty with a flash of intrigue in the works. Big-belfed, trenched in a double-breasted pair of fours, the Winston can go just as tough as you can. Martial flourish in epaulettes, well pockets, tab and buckled to the sleeve. Coachman collar and lapel top it off. Wash wear rough in Claeth* Cloth. London Fog* lets you laugh at the weather. Shenkman's Men's and Boys' Wear triple jump Bob Kingston and long jump Paul Allen. Big Test Friday The Braves get another big test Friday when they host a strong Penn Yan team at Evans Field. The meet was originally scheduled for Penn Yan but :hanged due to a conflict. SUMMARY 120 high hurdles -- Colcord (CA) Gimenez (ML) Fischer (CA) :16.7 180 low hurdles -- Fischer (CA) Huntsman (ML) Gimenez (ML) :22.6 100 - Tiffany (ML) Guy (CA) Lynn (CA) :10.6 220 --Tiffany (CA) Colcord (CA) Taylor (CA) :24.5 440 -- Muscato (CA) Raes (ML) Wager (CA) :55.1 880 - Walker (CA) Huntsman (ML) Burri (CA) 2:09.3 Mile -- Mallory (CA) Nosh (ML) Goodman (ML) 5:02.8 2 Mile -- Walker (CA) Moore (CA) Yargcr (CA) 11:33 880 relay -- CA Guy, Allen, Lynn. Kingston 1:41.5 Mile relay -- Cdga, Mitchell, Ingles, Bcrky, Warfel 3:49.8 2 mile relay -- ML-Goodman, Raes, D. Bennetl, Nash 9:32.9 Shot - Buisch (ML) Killian (CA) Znmbito (CA) 39-6% Discus -- Reed (CA) Buisch ' (ML) Kubiak (CA) 115-2W , High Jump -- Gilberl (CA) Appel (CA) Britting (ML) M Pole vault -- McWllliams (CA) Berky (CA) Palma (CA) 11 triple jump -- Kingston (CA) Tewksbury (ML) Gilbert (CA) 39-5 Long jump -- Allen (CA) Taylor (CA) Whilley (ML) 18-7V 4 . Lynn and Bon Kingston posted a 1:41.5 for the win. Midlakes won the two mile relay with Gregg Goodman, John Raes, Dave Bennett and Steve Nash. They had a 9:32.9. First place wins for the Braves came in the 120 high hurdles with Jack Colcord; 180 low hurdles with Gordie Fischer mile with Bill Mallory; discus with Mike Reed;, high jump John. Gilbert. pole valut, Mark McWilUams ··i'.i V :i ?.'(:·-' f -.·'·· Red Jacket Jr. Baseball Off To Rousing Start MANCHESTER -- The Manchester-Shortsville Junior Baseball program got off to a rousing start last night with a parade starting at the Junior High and ending at the baseball field off State Street. John West threw out the, first ball with Shqrt^vilieMjiyor Oscar 1 Holden' batting 'and "Manchester- Mayor : Reggie Lush doing t h e ' catching. West pitched a strike to open the 1971 junior program. In the opener between the Orioles and the Yankees the Orioles won it 4-1 with Mike Scarcelli pitching. The youngster gave up one run on eight hits. He had six strikeouts. Ken Adams on the mound for the Yankees gave up four runs on four hits. He had seven E-trikeouts. For the winners, Cliff DeFIyer had a single, Pete Hessney a single, Hoy Erb' and Bob Broomfield a single each. For the losing Yankees, Mike Datlhyn had a double and two singles, Jonathan Dean two singles, Dave Eagley, two singles, Lew Matthys and Les Paine a single each. Orioles DeFIyer If Hesse ney fb Scarcelli p Erbc DeGtoma 3b Gallahan ss Chrysler 2b Broomfield cf Gersbachrf Ciardi r'f ' Henry cf Yankees Miles c Adams p Paine Ib Datthyn 2b Deanss Malthys cf Waterson cf Eagley 3b Weighbrakt 3b Casini If, Johnson C. Cardi rf AB R 3 0 3 0 3 1 3 0 3 2 3 1 2,.0 25 AB 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 26 1 9 The first modern safety was patented in 1849. pin TV LOG WEDNESDAY 7:00-(3) I dream of Jeannie (10) Truth or Conseq. (5-8) To Tell the Truth (9) ABC News (21) Jean Shepherd's America 7:30-- (3-8) Men from Shiloh (5-10) Men at Law (9-I3 Courtship of 1 Eddie's Father (21) Thirty Minutes 8:00--(21) French Chef (9-13) Room 222 8:30-(9-l3) Smith Family (5-10) To Home with Love (21) Trial 9:00-(3-8) Junior Miss Pageant (9-13) Movie (5-10) Medical Center 10:00-( 5 -io) Hawaii Five-O (3-8) Four in One n-m-J?" PBS News U:00-( 3 -5-8-9-10-13)News ll:30-(3-8) Johnny Carson (5-10) Merv Griffin (13) Movie (9) Dick Cavett THE PAD'S SWINGING WEEK-END PRESENTATIONS Wednesday Night: the Equilibriums 4 GUYS and 2 CHICKS "REAL MOVERS" Thursday Night: 11's h ere n o w--from New York to California "Stalk Forrest ONE NIGHT ONLY- TOP Flight Entertainment Friday,Night:."STEEL IMAGE" Saturday Night: "STONE ROAD" The Pad 'Lake Shore Drive Canandaigua, N. Y.

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