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TRIBUNE Wed., March 3.1Â»76 Kentucky Derby to name 250 nominees Saturday LOUISVILLE (AP) - The Ben Cohen's Princely Game, the most earnings get to start, world s longest horse race - triumphant in five of his six Although the nominees won't one that spans the globe - be- races, including three stakes, be announced until Saturday gins Saturday when Churchill but with no races so far outside they were closed Feb 15 and Downs announces some 250 the state of Maryland. th e Derby unlike the Prcak- nommees for the 102nd Ken- Dan Lasater's Wardlaw, with ness and Belmont, allows no lucky Derby, victories in the Count Fleet and supplemental nominations at In the eight weeks thai fol- Lucky Draw Stakes at Aque- the last minute low, hopes will rise and fall al- duct and the Sentinel at Key- Almost sure to be nominated most on a day-to-day basis as stone, has shifted his battlefield for the Derby are An Act unde- this year's crop of 3 year-old to Oaklawn Park. f ea ted after his victory'in the thoroughbreds seek places in Inca Roca, too, has changed Santa Catalina Stakes- Beau the starting gate for the May 1 routes toward Churchill Downs Talent, winner of the Los Feliz, Derby. and the Derby by moving to and Thermal Energy, king of Already in the forefront of Latonia lo prepare for the the San Vicente, the Derby picture is Bertram March 27 Spiral Stakes after Firestone's Honest Pleasure, his second-place finish in the Diamantc Stable's Proud winner of last Saturday's Fla- Flamingo. Birdie ' winner of the Bahamas mingo Slakes in record time, As time before the Derby and Ever S !ades ""fore his dis- and Bold Forbes, victor in the grows shorter, other names will 0 PPÂ° intin S fifth P lace finish in San Jacinto Stakes the same crop up and, as usual, injury lhe Flam . in 8Â°. a| so seems a day. and lhe agony of defeat will sure nominee Still lo be heard from on the take their toil in eliminating West Coast this season is most of lhe nominees. Only 20 are allowed to start Telly's Pop, winner of the California Juvenile, the Del Mar Futurity and the Norfolk and Haggin stakes as a 2-year-old. 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List of banned prepared for Olym By DAN BEKGEK AP Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (API-The athlete crosses the finish line at the U.S. Olympic Trials in world record time and then, an hour later, is informed he failed to make the U.S. team because he took a cough drop 30 minutes before his race. It's a scene that hasn't been acted out yet, but unless America's amateur athletes are aware of a new set of rules governing what they ingest, some are likely to fall prey to the rules and be lopped off the team to Montreal. A list of banned drugs, which includes some apparently innocuous non-prescription compounds, was published this week by the women's coin-' mittee of the Southern Pacific Association of lhe Amateur Athletic Union. The 'list is huge: about 300 drugs by brand name and generic name, bro- Â·ken down into five categories. The list was prepared for women track and field athletes, but it has applications to athletes in all Olympic sports. The PftCA standings NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIP STANDING! (Unoflklai) Larry Ferguson, Miami, Ok la., Â»,!Â»; *, Ronny* Sewill. Chlco, Tex., t5,OM; 7, Bobby Bergcr, Norman, OklÂ»., tMtt; I, Doug Brown, Sllvtrton, Or*., Â«,4Â»; *, Lyle Swikey. Rose Hill, Kent., Â»S.3M; 10, ALLAROUNDCOWBOY 1, Torn Ferguson, Miami, Okla., tli^H; Butch Bode, Brtnhim, Tex., 7, Sandy Klrby, Greenville, Tex., 110,177; CALF KODNO 3, Broadus Gravelte, Cabot, Arii., il.ist; i, Tom Ferguton, Miami, Okla., I10,Â«N; 4, Phil Lyiw, Arteila Wells, Tex., M,Â«S; !, i, Bobby GoMlpttd, Hlgfi Rldg*. Mo., Final registration tonight for Greeley Soccer Assn. 17,111; ], BroMui Gravattt, Cabot, Arli., M,lÂ»; *, Kim Orlpp, HÂ«rÂ»h.rd, Tex., M,T30; 5, Roy Cooper, Monumenl, N.M., M,4M; 6, tian W. Smith, Kfowa, OKla., W.3J1; 7, Kyle Ditto, CotfiOffi*, Tax., city scores Women's bjikÂ«Ibflli Law Equipment 35, Batgelt's Bandits 30. Wall led Law equipment with 17 point), while Hoflmon was lop scorer lor Bargelt'S Bandits with 13 points. C wit rat Bank II IB, Holiday Inn 11. Rognmore scored cltfit points lor CMitral Bank II, while Story led Holiday Inn wilh six points. Central Bank I 51, Firs) ol Grceley 4. Walsh scored seven points (or Central Bonk I. Men'i basketball ' Village Inn 34, Rocky Mountain Bearing 33. Fraker -.cored 14 points to lead Village Inn, while Tommcrup and Stcrman scored eight points each tor Rocky Mountain Bearing. Our Saviors 34, W Hards 33. Mar Union was top scorer tor Our Saviors with 14 points, while Stokln and Bra Win each contributed 10 points tor Wizards. jVontortPnckS8,Bouncers4l Ocnoa led Monfort Pack wllh 71 points, while Sullivan scored 12 points Id pace Bouncers. First Assembly tt, Monfort of Co tor a Do 31. Ayets was high scorer for Flisl Assembly with 10 points, while Muncla had 13 points to lead Monfort ot Colorado. Consumers Oil 44, NHPO M. Franks scored 77 polnls to pace Consumers OH, while Tellei scored U points lor NHPQ. Container Syitemi 44, Montgomery ward S2. ASKew scored IB polnls for Container Systems, white Hellerlch led Montgomery Ward with 14 points. D - J Livestock if. Gold flrlckers 43. May led D and J Livestock wilh U poinlt, while stairs was lop scorer for Gold Brlckers wlin n points. Hillside RaptKI Â«3, Ln Salle Pacers fi. Skeie scored IB points to lead HllliUe Baptiit, while Monroe was top scorer for La Salle Pacers with eight points. scored IB points to pace Farmhand, while Glenn scored 13 points for Rugsuck*rs. Miller 41, Cunningham SB. Zulairl scored 71 points to lead Miller, while Christcnien scored IB points for Cunningham. D and J Livestock n. King Lumber M. Belt led D and J Livestock with 79 points, while Shclton scored W polnls for King Slnvart Title 77. Auto Supply S3. Smith i.j ci ;w ;,i T:?!- w ;t if p;'-!:. wf-'!e McCalfery scored 25 polnls lo pace Auto Supply. Alkd Hall S3, Oysters i! Slapper scored 73 po int * *o lead Alha Hall, while Lord had 74 polnls lor Oysters. Drlltwood 47, Evans Furniture 3v. Williams wdi nigli itorer lor Dnflwood wllh IB points, while Gelslck led Evans Furniture wilh 10 points. Women's basketball Bargells Bandits 76, UNC 74. Coe, Herring, wood and Raney each had four points for Bargelts Band Hi, while Hoffman and Wolfe led UNC with 10 points apiece. Feb. 2*-March'l Men's bask ri ball First of Grctloy 54, GreHey Plumbing and Heating 41. Purs ley scored 78 points for First of Greeley, while Breilna led Greeley Plumbing and Heating witn IB points. GilcreM won by lorfell over Gows Body Shop. Wizards 54, United Bank 47. Cochn led Wfiards with 17 points, while Haward naa 16 pornli for United Bank. K-Bar 41, Independent Roofing 48. Eldrldge scored 11 points to pace K-Bar, while Roth led Independent Roofing with 16 points. field Construction 57, united Bank $6. Tonight is the final night for boys and girls lo sign up for the Greeley Soccer Association. Registration is from 7 to 9 p.m. at Arlington School. There will be separate divisions for boys and girls divided by age group. Birthday cutoff for the Spring 1976 season is April l, 1976. A parent or legal guardian must accompany each child to sign a registration form and a release form so the child may participate. Team assignments will be made at a later date. Participants will be notified by his or her coach of team asiignment, where and when to practice. Practices will be held on week nights twice a week beginning March 30. Games will be on Saturday afternoon at Centennial Park (19th Street and 23rd Avenue). The season will begin on Saturday, April 3, and end approximately May 22. CU skiers eye 5th NCAA title BEHTEL, Maine (AP)-The University of Colorado will be seeking its fifth consecutive NCAA ski championship as four days of Nordic and Alpine competition get underway here today. Powerful squads from Wyoming and Utah are expected to provide tough competition for the Buffaloes, who won the 1975 title by a solid margin. Strong entries from the Northeast are Vermont, lhÂ« 1975 NCAA runnerup which recently captured its second Dartmouth Winter Carnival victory within three yean, and Dartmouth College. Other team entrants include Middlebury, Northern Michigan, Michigan Tech, University of Nevada at Reno and Bates College, which is hotting the meet. U,Â«1; 10, Ttrry Davidson, Warn*, Ofcla., SADDLEIRONCMIOINQ 1, Howirt Hunt*, Kylt.S.D., U,3H; l'. J. C. Bonlni, Hystwn, Mont., tt,nt; I, Bobby B*rgÂ«r, Hormin, Okla., M,Â«t; t, Doug Brown, Silver ton, Ore., ROW; J, Bill Smith, Cody, Wyo., KMW; *, Monty Heritor), Mciqulti, Tex., S3,U1; 1, Mite Marvtl, Bitllt Mt., Nffv., ttJW; I, Lyli SMikey, Ros*Hilt, Kwis., 8,957; f, Bobby arown, Adrian, Tex., tl.Ttf; 10, Dtrinlt Relnert, Scottxfalt, Ariz., R,H7. ITECMWNEITUHV 1, Bob Marshall, Chowchllla, Cat If., 11M10; 1, Tom Perguton.'Mlaml, Oklr, 15,717. 3, Re-, Dua!, Chtcclh, CMe.. U.717; 4, Al Could, Houttan, Tex., tl.TMf 5. Larry Diwtori, Gruvtr, ttx., t4,MO; t, Torn Purytar, Leandtr, TÂ«*., KAM; 7, Mlkt Rb0, Topptnilti, Wairt, USIIj I, Ernfe Taylor, HuÂ«o, Okla., M,Xlt t, Brian tnrlifen, Houfton, TÂ«x., V)4Xi TO, RMl Dolven, Wickenburg, Arli., ii,AQ. BAREBACK BROflC RIDING 1, Joe Alexander, Cora, Wyo., tT,Â«l; *, Jim Olx, N. Collie, W. Ami., 15,11*; 3, T. J. Walter, Eaitland, Tex., MUl; t, SarWy Klrby, Greenville, Tax., KOS3; 5, Cnni LeDcwt, Kaycrt, Wyo., U,7H; 4, T. K. Wllvan, Kayce*. Wyo., H,7U; 1, J. C. Trulllto, Santa Fe., N.Mi; I3,4M; L Mutly Riddle, Weamertorrt, Ttx., n,Qt: f, Royc* Smim, Challlt, Id*., Â»,IH; HI, Mickey YourÂ«, Wellington,.Utah., 13,145. TIAM HO^IMO 1, LÂ« Camerlllo, OaMalc, Call!., 13,117; Reg. Camarlllo, OaWMa, Call)., tt.f 77;), Jim Rodrlguvt, San Luh OUipo, Call)., Â«,*Wf Â»,' Jkn Whaallay, Huflrifon, Calif., tl.Hl; 5, John Rodrlgutt, Cattrevllle, Calif., I3.3U; 4, fit Orr. Bvcktyt, Arli,, W,J1Â»; 7, Ctnt Ray Ward, Torilnt, Ttx., (1,31V; I, Kan Luman, Mtrcrd, Calif., Â«,134; f, Ron GWdrlch, CMwchllla, Calif., Â«l,*M; 10, JWin Paboo]lan, Fowftr, Calif., Â»14t4, Â· Â»ULLÂ«lDIIÂ»a 1, Sandy Klrby, CraanvlllcTeK., HJ74; 3, Denny Flynn, Sprmgdala, Ark.,,H4H4; 3, Mike Bandy, Adklm, T*x., t5,N1f 4, Ktn Httvry, Happy, Ttx.Â« HM*t J, Jctm Davh, HofTMdaCt, Ida., K4M; 4, Wayni Hall, Gretnvllla, Tax., UfltOi 7, Don Oay,- Meioulle, Tex., S3,f71i I. Marvin Shoulders, Hcnryetta, Okla., t3,S4ti t, Gary Hrfew, Arroyo Grande, Calif., tl.nrj 10, Phil Lynn. Artnla WÂ»lli. TÂ»* . S1J4I. ORAIARRELtACINO I, Jlmml* GibH, Valfty Mllli, TCX., Â«,1O; ?, Gall Pttaka, TacurnMM.'Okia., 11,fÂ«0i 3, Kay Vamvorai, Valentin*, Neb., 11,17)1 t. barlo Hlnlni, Cortei, Cote., tl.lM; 5, Cwrfa CombÂ», Comaoch*, Okla., ltÂ»; *, Joye* Loomrt, LHKMfi, Neb., fttt: 7, ColttTtf Avtry, AIM, OKtl.,' VUs I, Deb SlMey, Carlibad, H.M., 1575; f, Renee Sulhrrtand, Gala, Okla., 191; Â», DOtlyt Gowftpetd, Hlflft RMif, m., MT7. Â·ingle sheet of paper b i aced with a paragraphs Ing that urine test* will be fi in at the U.S. Olympic T ' June 19-27 at Eugene, Ore. 1 liit was complied by Dr. I mon Brown of San Mateo, Ctiffi.': h'f., advisor to the women'J^.. track and field committee. "Jt^f'. The list appears frighteniijf cT-r^'. to some athletes, but at leaijt.v: they'll get a chance to ee .Hf^S,.-. advance which chemicals arl^;:. likely to create problems. Hte^i'" Demerit didn't.have lhat adjVg ; f vance warning. 'Â£?''Â·"'Â·' Demont was the winner ofej? the 1972 Olympic 400-mete^V: 'Â· freestyle 3'. 2 years ago. A fe#':~.'._ days later he was told hC.vj V couldn't have the gold medal^v' . because he was taking ay;"/... banned decongestant for an a*Â£^Â£'*:V. thma condition. :.yj\'-' : ".v The list published by the;.* -AAU this week includes somiSJyv common cold products, such vti^fj Â·';Â·Â·Â· Vickg Formula 44 Coi^h DisÂ«,|.; ; . Â· ; Listerine Cough Control UKv^J!.Â·. zenges and Dri5tanCough'FH*|jf'~- mula Syrup. In 197J, Demcnty/i; ' was taking Marax under a doci^-y r ' torV prescription. It contains^";.:"' the drag ephedrine, which waajg';: .an aid in helping him breathed .^Cy. 1 *..'. . Dr. Brown, a specialist in Ifl^fcBh;''' ternal medicine at Haywantt^" State University, said the cough' j'-.-' remedies on his list contain'.;.*^'/, dextromethorphan, "which li ;Â·/;.'" Â· nothing more than a synthetic11 -;. codeine. It's commonly usAI iÂ»jÂ£3.:';. a cough'suppressant and I iup4f?ill[."' pose if you took enough of them-j^Vo- (the cough drops), ilnce thty-.^: Â·';''Â· ate pain killers, they might fc'-',,, suppress pain to ite ;. point tj".-.'. where it mlght'alioW a periitni.ij;:" to perform better." 'i ip?' Dr. Brown suggested. tU(.i'C.:(. athletes who are taking any= ! ; ;'Â·Â· type of drug contact their doc4;K tbrs to determine If what thÂ«y-i%:' are taking contalm banned ;!_;=j-; dVugs. "If you have to take one^|--7-^ of'thote drugs, say for an aÂ«-'??-;5;' thma condition, try to lake-fr 1 something else, a substitute^.:, which will do the same thing ;v ' without being a banned drug." Brown said athletes taking any. of the banned substances :'.;,-':" , should plan to stop taking them -S*:' at least three days before ttalr-Sj^.-''., competitions because, "As far^-iv ac I know, there will be no'Â£SiV.:. waivers." :Sfifi;/ Sfller 1 top i - for Belli Cor Struelion wilh 15 points, while V/alkinj scored 18 points (or United Bank. IMP 53, Cortei Silver and Turquoise 50. Gentry led IMP wltti 17 polnls, while Logqlni scored 30 polnls for Cortei Slli/or nnd TurquoKe. Holman Dairy 57, Farmer's National Bank M. Carplo scored 18 points to lead Holman Dairy, while Hoffncr was hlgn scorer (or Farmer's National Bank with 13 polnls Colui College Headhunlers 38. Banker tallied U polnls for Columbia Savings, while Dodge and Collins led College Head Hunters with 12 points each. Whicker and Grtirlng t,\. Mi Paul's Si. Kaiser scored 70 points lo lead Whicker and Gehring. while Edwards led Ms Paul's wilh tl points. K and J S.i'es won by foric.t ever Qiq Gs Greeley ElixirIc won by foreleii over Booth, and Sons Fcedioi. Citijfm State Turkeys M, Florlos 61 Gullett scored 73 points lor Clliiens State Turkeys, while Tcppert led riorios wllh 16 polnls. t^rstol Greeley 71, College Headhunters 67. Pursley scored 34 points for First of Greeley. while Fagerlund led College Headhunter* with 73 points. CHI/Mil StfllP TorVcys JI, Grrpley Plumbing and Heating 37. Baumgarlner was lop scorer for Ciliiens Slate Turkeys with 74 polnls, while Rover led Greeley HiumDing and Healing wilh U points. Florlos Shoe* S, Cortei Silver and Turqjoise u. Teppcrt scored U point! for Floflo's Shon, while Logglns scored 14 polnls for Cortei Silver and Turquoise. K and J Sales 70, J nnd H F.lecldc 61. Davley led K and J Sales with 77 points, while Swallow was top scorer for J and H Electric with 77 points. Greeley ElecMc 65, Gows Body Shop46. DougMy ^rnrpcl iv pom's to pace Crceley Electric, whilt van Oonge, Miller and Swamsoo each hatt 15 points for GowS Body Shop Giicresf in, Big Gs 36 MMividsri led r.ilcrest with \t pnnts. while Asmin was high scorer for Big Gs with 1) points Whicker and driving, won by Forfeit over independent Roofing.- Ta'mfrs National Bank 44. Shut* Brothers 40 Rithbun led Farmers National Bank with. M points, while Qo'h mnn led Shupe Brothers wilh 11. WSTI ON: "What does an OUTERWEA SHOP sell in the spring?" ANSWER: "THE JONES CO. OUTERWEAR SHOP sells what you wear OUTERMOST in the Spring!" CASUAL SPORTSWEAR Â· SLACKS Â· SHIRTS Â· SWEATERS Â· LEISURE SUITS AND SEPARATES Â· JACKETS Â· WINDBREAKERS Day's Outerwear for Golfing, Hiking, Biking, Bowling,... RELAXING OR WORKING - mm, n !Â·''Â·"Â·*Â· Â· ; it THE JONES OUTERWEAP SHOP 918 8th Ave. Phono 353-3333 li^^ Â·".J'i^fttr^isfi^Sfej'.
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