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24 Tuesda-y January 14 1975 1 SPOggS GOMSPIIAH Wilis penalty may not Primerello By CHBflS HAWKINS Primerello proved himself the Triumph stop LEHCESTEIR SELECTIONS 1 0 Arrow. Head, nap 1 30 Winter Chimes, n.b. 2 0 Conceeded 2 30 Dorlesa 3 0 Klipspringer 3 30 Mine a Million GOING: Heavy TOTI DOUBLE! 2 0. 3 O. TRISLEl 1 SO. 2 SO. 3 10. 1 CROXTON PARK NOVICES' a. v lis aeciareai. HURDIB (Dlv. 1)1 4-y-oi 2m; winner fcS40 Hurdle on the Whp rrnMn Sfl, backers "still' guessing won the Golden Miller about him. Pattern Hurdle in a canter Primerello came to Hardy in at Iicpster vesterdav Jack the autumn of 1973 in a sorry WorvK, imiwfifSii hLiS state. He had broken down badly Hardy immediately 'declared was unaWe t0 race him a probable for Saturday's November last year when he Wills Hnrrilp a,t HavHnck. landed a tvoical Hardy eamble at and even an 81b. penalty, Nottbeing 'ixacEed from taking his weight to list 41b, fo may nox stop nun. - ana ne drifted from v-4 to 3-i n: .i ; ,-t.:.,,, ,, before returning to second ari jiucicixu o auureuiuifi vial . , -, . ,. - t fco nrrtin, f- v. nomori favourite at 114. Connections of it? ?,?SXZ:rJ 't r,Z.A Punch Up had been full of eon-I2st yesterday m ground des- fidence, fience the drift. criDeu as ueaperaie uy uie Cheltenham is naturally on jockeys as if it were a feather- Primerello's programme. The weight and Steve Holland had Lloyds Bank Champion Novice a double handful coming to the Hurdle is a likely target, but it flnaj flight upside Punch Up. would not be altogether a sur- The two touched. down together, Jig ?J2 hut Primprpllo had oniv tn he orders With Comedy of Errors and Lanzarote when they line up shaken up to pull five lengths for champion Hurdle. Hardy clear on the run-in. regards this as a definite possi- Punch Up, who is highly bility although lie makes the regarded by .David Morley, was reservation that PrimereUo's previously unbeaten. He had jumping must become more every chance, and although Bob fluent. Davies said he would have liked Another significant perfor- a stroneer nace. there were no mance was the victory of Goliath real excuses and Primerello won in the Wymeswold Novices strictly on merit Chase. He made virtually all the The only hard luck story of running over two and a half the race concerned Trustful," miles to win by ten lengths from whose saddle slipped three from Little Andy. This was Goliath's home when the four-year-old second victory in three runs over was still in touch with the fences and it is a pity he is leaders. This was disappointing, already a nine-year-old with his as Trustful would have given us best days presumably behind somp idea of Rasti's ability At .him. His Australian trainer Ken Sandown, Trustful was the only Whitehead hopes to run him in challenger to Rasti when falling the final of the Berni Inns Rasti is ante-post favourite for Novices Chase at Nottingham. Hardy for a double By HARRY HEYMER Jack Hardy, the Staunton four lengths from Lok Yee and trainer, has shown great skill in supreme sau. we carries iuid ,n;;.r ,ur ,, u. more today, but the opposition training those useful horses is not and hePl,shoujd Glanford Bngg, Ben More, conmlete the double. Drumador and yesterday s Tony Dickinson should win the winner Primerello, and he also Rugby Handicap 'Chase with excels at finding the right races. Dories, (2 30), but his Just for his less talented horses. Two Owen has a harder task in the of these Arrow Head and Cottesmore Nonces' Chase. He Winter Chimes, run at Leicester has won three of his four races today, both haying won on the this term, but I take a chance on same day at Market Rasen last Klipspringer (3 0), who was a time out. They should win again. Arrow just Owen over the course and Head (1 0) in the first division distance last time out. He looked of the Croxton Park Novices' capable of improvement then P,u$ie, a5d r,w,Fte Chimes and may turn the tables this (1 30) in the Brook Opportunity time Selling Handicap Hurdle. Ladbrokes, the new owners of 2 01 Arrow Hud (D (J Hardy) J Hard 11-7 S Holland 7 010. Top Town (D (J Grady) Hotden 11-7 M Gilford 00X0 Boer And SklHIot (Mai M Awle) Holllr.shaad 11-0 C AiUurv ID 000100 Belaya (R Mills) Rlneer 11-0 W smith 11 0 Calau Ira (M Roberts) Havward 11-0 J Davies 7 12 o Charanta (R Preston) F Cundtll 11-a Bob Davlas IS Flylni Maiourka (Mai J Praatwlch) Davar 11-0 S A Taylor 21 O Just For sura (Mra S RaynoMs) Klndarsley, 11-0 C Candy 24 000 Mandamon (A Bowman) Thomson Jonas 11-0 ...D Mould 26 0 Mlnlonttta (B Iniamells) A Fisher 11-0 D Sunderland 2 CU. cnrf ri Hiatal Ml Uffhr,nn tn R Chamolon 30 00 SUnway Lad (M Priest) Swalnson 11-0 D Cartwrlsht 31 O Svhll (Mr, 9 Jaaaari Is MleholaOM M Sttahans (7) 32 o Tecatvp T Vann) Charlas 11-0 R R Svans 33 00 Turntr (R Murphy) Murphy 11-0 R r navies settina Foracast: 5 Arrow Head, 4 Top Town, 5 Manaemon. o ncuue. 8 Charente, 10 Sliver Strand, Just For Sure. 12 Sybil. . ur ruRM tips: top Town a. Arrow eteaa . iay m. 1 in BROOK OPPORTUNITY SELLING HANDICAP HURDLIl 2ml winner . ehi ii declared) 442-000 Cold Hawk D) (A Stevens) Steven S-11-t u uur jimmy ten vrenman) nywar- 10 OMU-3200 Bob Short (D) (P Alllnaham) Alllnsham C-10-7 J Cierpak (5) uv4D-u nappy tfanry (Q Lanaei w Mann o-iu- S 11 12 13 14 15 IS 17 S Little (5) J Oavlas OP0301 . Happy Call CCf (61b ax) C Torklnaton) O O'Neill ... 0001 Wlnwr Chlmee (D) (61b (J 6ff.. suinsby (S) ooso Rah &m tmm r hrhhm M&rtnn s-io-Vo" J Beaton 10-0000 Ktno't Fllna (Mrs J Musalestone) Birch 6-10-S ..A K Taylor Tasmania take op.nnnn m uiiii tte tiuhmi c.io.s 400-000 SUnfard Bridge (B Simmons) Wabb 5-10-5 .... 003004 The Specialist (R Baiaaley) Harris 4-10-5 3P0000 Conscot (C Onwln) w Clay s-10-S i-.x-j 0020F4 Last Attempt (D) (W Hobson) Richmond 5-10-5 u-wuuav naval rower (j Tnomas) wire bain d-u-s Bsttlna Pnneiff! q.a Wlnt.. r-HlmM 7.0 Hnouv Call nwK. a navai rower. 1 u jfoo snort. 1 z unr jimmv. .. top FORM TIPS: Gold Hawk S. Winter Chimes 7. nappy -" o ..R Mann (5) .... junta ....P Barton D Cook (5) N Clay ...M 0'5hea p Havnes 9-2 Red Sotio. 6 Cold Richard laerlein's selections NAP : Listercombe, Leicester, 3 30 NEXT 6 EST : Conceeded, Leicester, 2 0 Yesterday's selections were Primerello (11-4 nap) . and Race Riot (5-4) 2 A DANIEL LAMBERT HANDICAP HURDLIl 2ml winner 510 (S V declared). . 1 U1-4024 Bunaabah (D) (BF (Gn.Capt H Hanmer) Dever S-H-S s A Taylor 2 013-011 Conceeded (CD) (121b e (Air-Marshall Sir J Baldwin) w Wharton 6-11-6 K unampiun 3 004033 Malford Grova (D) (J Parker) Birch 7-10-13 M Waoner 4 311004 Sldwln (D) (G Greenwood) Stevens 6-10-3 N Flanaaan 5 142-001 Flammula (D) (Mai J Pope) R Turned 5-10-3 ..A Turnsll 6 431-003 Penclsely (D) (P Frost) S Cola 7-10-0 R R Evans 7 000-004 Cape Farm (C (T Smith) T Smith 6-10-0 Mr A Harris (7) 4014-43 TwIIIMit Boy (Mrs D Smaller) S Cole 5-10-0 ..-Mr H Evans (7) O002P2 Composite (O) (G Ramply) F Cundell 7-10-O ....T....V. orimins v ttlna Forecast: ntinaahah- CnncMrjad. 4 Flammula. 0 M&IIOra throve. 10 Pencleelr. I ur fohm tipsi Flammula bi auniaoan 7. conccaoca a. 2 30 RUGBY HANDICAP CHASE: 2m; winner ECSO (3 declared). 1 F22-131 Dorlesa (C) (D (A Mclndoe) A Dickinson 7-12-7 ...M Dickinson 2 F-4414F The Sundance Kid (D) (G Strawbrldia) Thomson Jones . 8-11-6 Mr c Tnomson jones 5 1402-34 Master Cllva (D) (BP) (S Allan) J Webber 7-10-0 A Webber Bettlna Forecast: 4-7 Dorlesa, 5-2 The Sundance Kid. 6 Master Clive. TOP FORM TIP: Dorlesa . 3 0 COTTESMORE NOVICES' CHASE: 3m: winner 6SO (12 declared). 1 10-1141 Just Owen (CJD) (J Faltorlnl) A Dickinson 6-11-7 ...M Dickinson 2 10-2414 Willy What (Mrs J Wakeham) Mellor 6-11-7 J Gloyer 3 00-PF32 Flap (Mrs K Bailey) K Ballev S-10-12 ft Champion 4 40-00FF Flvarvala CM Armvtaaa) R Armvtaee 7-10-12 Lord Oakscv 6 000 Gvllppus (T Smith) Klndarslev 6-10-12 .v C. Candy 7 4-D4UF1 Honest Lawyer (A Cam I Veroette 11-10-12 K weaver S 00-0003 Kllpsprlnoer (Lt-Col D Crlons) C Miller 6-10-12 D Cartwrlsht BIP4 LIHtalown lov CR Blscl Mel or 12.10.12 MrCBIU(7) 10 FPPP Lovers Run (Mrs f Gaze) Mrs Gaza B-10-12 R Hyatt 11 044-D00 Prince Artie 11 McKachnle) Swalnson 6-10-12 R R Evans 8 StlWon. 10 KIlQttringrr 14 VulkmfKin. a uuuoar vuiKruian (Mrs r- tunaeiu f .unaen - iu- ml man vvm Bettlna Forecast! 7.4 WHIv Wliat. 7.9. luRt Owen. 3-2 Honest Lawyer. & fiep. 2 Sllkstonr. lO Kllptprlnger. 14 Vulkruqan. TOP FORM TIPS: Willy What S. Just Owen 7. Flap 6. 3-3V CROXTON PARK NOVICES' HURDLE (Dlv. 11)1 4-y-o: 2m: winner JVj 34o do declared). .. l . oat Barbarry (D) (Mrs B Martin) veraetts li-7 ...r r-nv 4 02221 Listercombe "(Ld Vestev) O Nicholson 11-7 ...J Suthern 7 0 Arras Man (K Hamer) Hamer 11-0 Mr H Evans (7) 5 0 Cape Thriller (A Smith) T Smith 11-0 Mr A Harris (7) S 00 Correct (R Murphy) Murphy 11-0 R. F. Davies 10 P Esude (T Vann) Charles 11-0 A Mawson 11 02 The Godson (BF) (H Beddall) Stevens 11-0 ..N Flanaaan 14 403 Hav Brldaa (P Skelton) n LomaK ti-u J ;j 16 02 Mine A Million (BF) (G strawnrlaie) Thomson Jonas 11-p d Mouia 22 0 Scientist (J- Ceddlck) B Cambldae 11-0 R R Evan Bettlna Forecast: 6-4 Mine A Million. omroerrj. o wsuuoiui w Godson, 8 Hay Bird, 10 Scientist. ... , TOP FORM tips: Llstercomoe mit .....m.. -. MCC aback From HENRY BLOFELD: Hobart, January. 13 MCC drew the.r first match- ung men wtoMd MCC with .Tatanama. which was so ard respectively a 24-year-old law badly affected by rain, but not student, and a . 25 -year - old hofnr thoir hnwlorc had suf- accountant:-They are both hns before tneir oowters nap. sui piaiyers Howard, a right-hander, fered a good deal of embar- 6eing particularlv strong off the rassment at the hands of two back foot and .WUkinson a left, young Tasmania,. At the aer.ho hatoa tvely fuU start MCC batted on for 66 prerogative of left-handers when minutes ih wnich time they scored only 26 runs before declaring at 204 for four and Jack Simmons, the Lancashire player whose ' coaching has helped Tasmania to gain stature. SKI-INC Gros just wins fine race Piero Gros (Italy), the holder took. the lead in this season's World Ski Cup when he won a thrilling giant slalom duel against his compatriot Gustavo Thoeni at Adelboden (Switzerland) yesterday. The 20-year-old Gros found his best form on the Tschentenalp course 8,000 feet above sea level, and edged Thoeni, holder of the world slalom title by one-mm ot a secona over two COURSE POINTERS, A rlqht-hand. rlanmlr. undul.tlnB traclc of: a mile r- uauuiuAVii. .irc ji-t unuv.iu v. i - ana inrerauairers rotuiu jviui . " c" th. fnn inrtw. Arrow Head did jiot jump too Lingfield Park, have taken steps bh. smith. ' . . jT .mi -'...a. .as ,,T-Laa. av wiiiinn i.s An l. nn.aerea in inc eyeing TstaoeiV mi? haV. been unluc"ky not to Justify lavourltlsm when second at Wetherby last time out. well at Wetherbv first time out. to nonularise the course and but showed imorovement at make it more viable. Racecoers Market Rasen, although still not will get better value under the toot pertect. He snowed a turn new arrangements, ana me of snoed tn lead at the last and Silver RinE'anri Tattersalls will draw away from Saint's Day and be combined, the new entrance Try Aston for an easy victory, fee being 1. There is a slieht Belaye was behind then and does increase in the subscription for not appear to have much chance members, but at 25 it is still of reversing the form on 71b excellent value for 23 davs' rac- better terms. hig, including a ladies' badge and Winter Chimes. who was free car narking. Old age backed to favouritism at Market pensioners will be admitted at Rasen, landed the gamble by half-price. " FONT WELL 1 15 Prince Twenty 1 45 Arty Crafty 2 15 Curlew River 1 15 Tamalin could win final without O'Neill TOM KELLY'S Northern Notes v r. ko ini tnr trip three miles, mv vote would have Penrith trainer, is his i ability and Duffle Coa(. shouW iye him to keep Eon Bairry, the reigning nienty to do. but he may still onampion joco-vy, uiu ouuju m it would De a great aay O'Neill, a liKeiy future winner for the North if this trio miea nf tho titlp harmv tn ride for the first three nlaces. the same stable. Richards has The strength of Richard's enraipih ewwifi horses to keep stable .has been illustrated kh L)Ct i imnlioH th recently by Sea Pigeon, who won both Jkeys well supplied with impresWefy at Newcasue on winners, but nf Tamalin lands c,'.j- ot,h r.rancinjm I.. -i-..'. - , r. , m.w J . "It. (j Button) woodman i-11-o c Read line wins fremier onase mini Rambler, a winner of two hurdle ? c (k ivw)Mrv7-?oV on Saturday, Jonjo races this season and expected win nR nniu niiirnan it rif y f ij uu eveu ict-Lci wucii 11c 'XT'6 afelidf 5 teyS The accident at Teesicle Park t, it,,,.. f xxAr , - 1 a. ail. , 111 U1C V1KQ1 I1UIUIC at .lOJWVVa, a week ago, which pu : the young though hbe has alternatives at SELECTIONS 2 45 TandaU 3 15 Papa Nod 3 45 Clydebank GOING: Soft TOT DOUBLE! 2 15, 3 IS. TREBLEl 1 4S. X 45. S 4S PETWORTH HANDICAP CHASBi 2'am; winner 641 (S declared). Jt Chanea. a Lonk (Bpi 4 1110-30 Windsor Cray (CD) (M aCn,9 Prlnr Tw.nl. fCt f7lh nllntan Hulk bun ir.im fsairft I ' aaEhhamaf O'Danoahul 10-10-0 P Butler (7) S 022-004 Mister Hapehura in Baker) wise io-io-o ..........n rowsii . Bettlns Forecast! 7-4 Cfeanca a ixiok, s-4 frliice Twenur. 4 wiirdaor orey, TOP FORM TIPS: Chance a Look 7. Print Twenty 1. 1 AC LIDSEY SELLING ItAHDitAr BOSBLii im, m winner sua ii uiauuiaaa ui i WetherDT and at Uie next Hay i 3 "Si'Sli-victor (P hud Mr, ou.hton 4-H-4 n H.iman (7) n f. et iasP hie-VlS dock meeting early next month. i oi-o4oo precious vai (ciD) (PAppuyart)'Aiiinham ip-ii-o w shoem.rk pound fracture of his right leg, Sea pigeon wjj run in the Lloyds S 323012 Arty Crafty (BF) PSIb ax) (Mrs L Welham) R Head means that Barry Will ride the i- S.JUiJ r-t,ltv,om In s.iu.12 .j rri income . akt..,,, . uaim iiuiuic ... oaao.os Knaooonua Santa. (T Crawford) Hannon S-10-7 .J Kina I norse paruierea py uiNeui I? Msrrh nnrl will then retire for 331P-PO Mybet (Mrs M Sherrine) Ivory 10-10-7 C Thorner four COnSeCUUVC ChaSC Wins thlS lho SM-nn iVlK 17f. Ghamnion 02100-0 Prepara (A Avlett) Aylett 10-10-7 ...... ....J Jetiklna " r rt'Moiil m.nl, tn ho mif IPe .?ea.s0P' V.e ."(P.-VH3"?" 00-0030 Eastern Pharacy (Mrs J airawni oia s-iu-e ... .- arown m y n .7 tihic urue Deing nis long term oujec '.!:"" so? """."J? B-."'."".'..'."'. " v.t"..""TA,: week, hut nrobabiT wiu nave to ,- i i i i. t,. ,mo nt ooooo Royal Halo (Mrs l wintoni Boitan 4-10-0 ..f VVson t7) be content with watching Tama- xeesside Park when Nieht Affair 030300 Unknown Warrior (Mra D Miller) H Miller S-10-0 P K Mitchell (S) ii- mnct imnnrtant rare on tele- lees!,la.e r" wiicii iviKi iiaiii oooop on wvndarmere (Mrs J Sharp) J Evans 4-10-0 J Snause (7) n.S most important race on teie . out anrj crUsned 0 NeiU s leg 43 sariuor nauinrr nun vmrs uvfuw.wHi 'ib r tteuewar visiuil, ettina Forecast:' v nrxy raijy, o wn tyw. mmwosud oema. o 7 9 10 11 14 16 17 20 21 22 Prrr (mm V.I. o VflM WoMtOI. IS " TOP FORM TIPS! Arty Crafty 8 jnknowa Warrior. precious vale 6, KnappoBue Santa 5. ) 1 C ROBERT CORE MEMORIAL CHALLENGE CUP HANDICAP CHASEl at, JL 1'aisi wlnnar-SB5Bl7. aaciaraon His onlv consolation is i , nninrr rail urnc that, at the age of 22, he . has Rorr.on Holmes, whose mount, time on his side and he coum Babus Brief,-was carried out at be in the running for the jockeys (he flight four from home. title next season. rnu..'n D&a hA 4c4 mmwd intn ?'SVA S IPS YJ! . XL"i!2J,tti..,tMSa!i t1" i POVPTFUt. Tamalin is ante-nost favourite , ).,lier,c;ino- nnsiHon and thoueh 1.41F02 Muckden Rock (Mal D Wlian) T M Joriei"6-i'6-i"'.'.'....J Franconta fnr the Wills on the Strength Of Hitlmiu nrne nnt inilll-ed. this was his victory over Broncno u, another In' a sequence of. unlucky annthpr fnneied candidate, at im tho Mglfn-n Inrkev since - j Sliest wetoeroy in wovemDer, iouoweu ne completed his nrst-ever treoie wi 'Nroht. t by a brilliant victory over the .t Market Rasen on Boxing Day. I ' I-1 4 r ll'nn nf- ' . top form Tint curiiw riw t. MockdM Rock 7. i nigjiiy-raieu .v" Holmes had ftaci several aou- UL.OROUGH NOVICE HUWLI; DIV l) 2m. Iff. Wlnn.r C340 I n "r n.An.Wo r Ul " MirflflPl P P ? IU"' J "0 dccurqi. k n7XMCM uUr. U ,a1H hair a - ifTl V Mt-.JTi- Z7 I wise iwira n mrnimnt mmtt -1 1 - H v aan ia-iv-ivixiowi, uciax.vwo .v Uriel. CiOIlalU allu OlIUCJllu b we 22X41P1 Curltw HI war- fCDt (Bill x (Mrs L Badcr) Ivorv FPF03 Twlv Pointer (CD (W MilK) w Milts 10-10-0 Dr D Chntv (5) P42-PF0 Another Piddl CCD) CA NMVN) NMVtt 11-10-0 tlM I Twelve Pointer. 3F0040 Endle Folly Mr Bm A Moors 13-10-0 LAWN TENNIS Britain lack a sponsor By DAVID GRAY Britain may be left out of a new early reason circuit which is being organised in Europe because the Association of Tennis Professionals cannot find a commercial company willing to put up 10,000 to sponsor a tournament here in March. The circuit is an attempt to answer the complaint that the Americans nave too great a share of top tennis in the spring, last year there was only a very short European season ana wnen it came to the major chamDionshiDs in may many piayers were clearly snort ot match practice on clay, Aifs European programme will begin at Basle on Februarv 3 and this will be fnllowprl hv tournaments, some indoors and others outdoors, at Toulouse. Algiers, Cairo, Alexandria, Barcelona, Valencia, Madrid, and Nice. There are also likely to be eveuis at lunn, waiia, ana in a German city. Drobablv Dussel- dorf. The week of March 24 had been allocated to Britain and ATP honed that the Lawn Tennis Association could produce a sponsor, but it seems that the national association are concentrating all their efforts on finding a new sponsor for the British hard court " championships at Bournemouth and. in a chillv economic climate, they have not produced a sponsor tor tne new circuit. Richard Evans. ATP's European organiser, said yesterday: "Ideally -we wanted to stage an event somewhere in the provinces but tne lia nave not come up witn anything and so we are now looking round for a sponsor ourselves. If we don't come to Britain we shall stage the event that week in France. Pierre Barthes, the French Davis Cup player, is anxious to open it with a big tournament." . Many-lea die? European players will be competing on the circuit, although the same people will not necessarily play m all tournaments. Manuel Orantes will be playing in the events in March ana April, Hie Nastase in the opening event at Basle and in the April tournaments, along with Francois Jauffret,- Patrick Troisy, Harold Elschenbroich and most of the promising French and German players. Two of the old hemes. Manuel Santana and Jan- Erik Lundquist, will return for part of the tour and Cliff Drys-dale will fly over for one week from Texas to play at Basle because the Swiss sponsors felt that the entry there needed a little reinforcement. 2 45 2 020-100 Royal o Artavan (Cal D Manaall) T Porstar S-11-4 G Thorner wnn ' tfen Wathtrho rl hut fnr " T j -r tie s h.. OOOPO-P Alton Hale (Mrs. H Pitt) Pitt 7-11.4 P Collins (7) I "T. a"' ,.r 7. WV K.Vr KMmUiapve OOUb u "T' "ij courtly .Lao 13 ..v?"!. "Vt' nnn llmM. I Imtttmr ru Savi 004-00 Meava (P Mar) Woodman 43-4040 Salway (W Standing) ra-uuuu aiaroaan la . ' o Sprlna Cossra ou.i-ar3 aaneaia 7 10 14 IS IS 17 1 TOP FORM TIPS! Salway S. Royal Twist 7, Tandala S Bettlna Forecast: 9-4 Royal Twist. 3 Sprhis Gossip, 9-2 Salway. 6 Taodala, closely-contested -legs. Gros's 25 points vesterdav gave him a total of 120, one more than Franz Klammer (Austria), who led the standings before the giant slalom, but failed to score yesterday. It was the eleventh World Cup win for the powerful Italian and his fourth successive giant slalom victory, but ,he only just managed to beat the 23-year-old Thoeni. who. clocked the best time for either lee of lmin. 20.87sec. on his second run down the 60-gate course. Bartelski hopeful By JOHN SAMUEL Robin Bailey, the British ski racing secretary, said from Alpbach,Austria, last night, that Konrad Bartelski, the British No. 1, who broke his left wrist in downhill training at Morzine on Friday, was having treatment in Kitzbuenel and was still hoping to compete in the preOlympic downhill race at Innsbruck the weekend after next. "He chipped one of the two bones of his wrist and there is a small fracture of the other," said Bailey. "He is just getting the use of his fingers back, but these fellows have twice the recovery rate of the average person, -so I'm not making too manv fore-rasts. It's even Dossible he will ski ihe Ritzbuehel downhill this weekend, but that's ratner less likely. Peter Fuchs is back on skis after straining his Achilles tendon, but it's bound to be three or four weeks hefore it is .strong enough for racing," they drive. If there were two such splen ritri vnuno At.rnkA nlavers in declaring at Zl lor lour auu "StBI " thn moment Tasmania came within 16 runs ef wouM Ifroblbly bt heralded vl a uioi.-aiaiaiu6.a as England piayers oi me iuiure, they reached 189 for five. and 0n this performance they The pitch was extremely slow would not necessarily be over, but the MCC bowlers' probably rated. Their batting today, when made the great mistake of under- they added 154 for the third estimating the opposition. In the wicket, will encourage cricket in last few yeaBs- cricket in Tas- Tasmania even niore while MCC - mania has greatly improved and will put their performance down this has been mainly achieved by to tfie general feetae of antJ. the overseas coaches who have climax which inevitably awnes been employed each year, one in In a match of this sort after two Hobart and the other in hard Test matches in quick sue- Launceston. cession. At the moment Jack Simmons from laancasnire is in cnacst?, Launceston and is captain of the island side. He is held in higher regard than any "of the other coaches who have been out here and his and Tasmania's greatest moment came in November last year when Tasmania beat Victoria, the Sheffield Shield holders, in the Gillette Cup knock-out competition in Melbourne by two wickets with Simmons hitting the winning run off the last ball of the match. The coach at Hobart at present is Sadiq Mohammed, whose batting of course makes a big difference to the strength of the island side. In the last few years Rohan Kanhai, Knott. Ibadulla, Hamp shire, Cass of worcestersnire, ana Neil Hawke, the Australian fast bowler, have all held coaching snnninfmpnU here and nlaved their part in the development of -ib-i-ai-b. novo 2.2-1-2-1 the island's' cricket The two 1-0-1-1. MCC First Innlnes (Overnltttt: 178 lor 2) D. L. Amiss c Beard b Badcock 31 B. W. Luckhuret c Badcock b Howard S M. C. Cowdrey c Ooolan b Whitney 3 M. H. Danness c Howard b Whitney fj K. W. R. Fletcher not out ... IS D. Lloyd not out 11 Extras tb 4. lb 4. nb 1) ..... Total (tor. 4 dec.) . 204 Fall of wickets: 68. 121. 179. 180. Bowing: Whitney 10-1-22-2, Warren 10-2-43-0, Badcock 13-2-3S-1, Simmon; 7-2-14-0, sadlq 5-0-21-0, Mansneld 9-1-43-0, Howard 4-0-13-1. TASMANIA First Innlnsi Sedlq Mohammad c Taylor b Lever I B. Ooolan e Dennets b Arnold 18 J. Wilkinson c Arnold b Lloyd 79 S. Howard c Amiss b Luckhurst 69 B. Beard run out ..- R. Panltxkl not out J Extras (lb S, nb 6) 1 , Total ttor S) "9 Fall of wickets: 32. 32. 11C. 187, "ilowllnai Arnold 12-2-47-1.. Lever 0-47-ir Old 7.0.39-0. Viswanath can turn Test India's way India's hopes of winning tte wickets in the series, needs only fourth Test against West Indies, five more to break the record wbich resumes today, rest largely of 30 for an India-West Ind es on Gundappa Viswanath. Vis- test series. This was set by Wes wanath was 10 not out at the Hall in 19o8. close on Sunday when India at ln any eventt West Indies will 85 for four in their second nin- haye to bat with mave applica-ings were 83 runs ahead. The tion tharl in tne first innings Indians made 190 m their first wnen only Vivian Richards and innings and west Indies replied chve Lloyd showed how,lo deal with 192. with the Indian spinners Bedt If Viswanath, who made a mag- antl Eripalli Prasanna. mficent 97 not out on the first iinlS! 190 g. r. day, can bat as well again today, viswanath 97 not out: a. Roberts 7 the West Indians could be left lor 64). with n trickv tareet of 200 on a west indies. First inninn: 192 turning wicket at Madras. v?t ". v. a. Ricnaros 50 Indies' batting has already shown s ,or 70'-itself vulnerable in these con- inoia second m ditions. For India to win and 0 George Pope lpvol thp KPI-ipS at 2-2 WOUld be nmnirp - vn F. a great feat. But they may have grounds has withdrawn from let slip the opportunity bv their the first-class umpires P.anel over-defensive batting on Sunday because of a knee problem. E. A. S. Prasanna popular cncKet afternoon. From tea until the close, they made only 28 runs in 90 minutes, losing three wickets. Viswanath, who has emerged as a world-class batsman in the last two Tests, never looked in trouble, but his 10 runs have taken 75 "minutes. The stop-gap batsman, Eripalli Prasanna, is with Viswanath. To follow are Ansnuman uaeKwaa suffeHne from an arm injury, all Prize money for the Prudential Cup, cricket's first "World Cup" competition of one-day limited over matches, which takes place between June 7 and 21. will total 9,000. The winners will receive 4,000, the losing finalists 2,000 and the, losing semifinalists 1,000 each. In adition, will be "man of the match " award! 50 for each of the first round matches (600), 100 for each semifinal and 200 rnnnflprQ Madan Lai and Kar.som Ghavri, and bowlers Bishen IeH- f0r the final ana nanarasKKiiar. sue mat . . hour todav will be crucial. If The entrants -are omded into Andy Roberts, whose speed two groups. England. East Africa, hrought him seven wickets in the India and New Zealand m first innings, breaks through Group A and Australia, Pakistan, earlv West Indies' task will be Sri Lanka and West Indies in much easier. Roberts, with 26 Group B. POOLS GUIDE - By PAUL WILCOX FOR THOSE who choose their treble chance fancies on a sectional basis; the Third Division ,irmlninln offers most appeal for finding Burnley those elusive score draws, but a SViSS more likely return from your Leicester coupon this week would seem to HroS?.' lie with the four aways, with Middiesbro more than the usual number of ZXSHHiS! teams looking to be favoured on r,;RtHm opponents grounds. aucn iorm matches, oZ ' course, often produce some draws, themselves, 50VtK so for a small additional outlay JjJfWic inti iT.il 1H ti-v a ravine line using t?"',-I my away selections for the treble Nottm r chance as wen. TREBLE CHANCE (home teams'; ntrmlrwstiani. Tottenham, wolves. OxfordT Shemald Wednesday. . Brtatiton, SicrVSsarV Grimsby. VVaMori. Crowe, Airdrfo. Meadowoaofc. FOUR DRAWS Wolves, Cotoheater. Grimsby. Watford. Crewa. Form and f orecast FIRST DIVISION x Everton (7) -1 Luton 2 Ipswich 2 Leeds 2 stoka (14) 1 Coventry 1 -Newcastle 1 Arsenal x - Shef Utd(S) 1 " QPR x Derby (2) 12 II- radlord C rannoro Crewe Doncaster Exeter Mansnald Rotherham 112 Swansea A FOURTH DIVISION Barnlley 2 x 2 1 x 1 2 x - - 1 1 J 11x111 11x111 Shrewsbury 1x1 2 - 1 oarllnaton x - - - i 1 Worklneton 2 1 1 1 - x x N'hmetn S) x 1 1 2 1 2 2 Reading - 2 1 x 2 x 1 Rochdale x - 1 Torquay 1 1 x x 1 1 1 Cambridge - 1 Scunthorpe 11 12 x 2 1 2 1 Oldham oxrora Sheff Wed Sthampton Sunderland SECOND DIVISION 1 Fulham x i - 1 1-1 1 Bristol R. - - - 1 - 1 Hull . x 1 x 1 1 1 2 Norn CoCIS) 1 York - 1 orient - 1 1 2 West Brom x A. Villa (S) 1 x - - 1 1 x Portsmth IB) 1x12 1 Cardiff: . 1 Man Utd XX FOUR AWAVS. Ipswtoh. lajeda, Weat Brotnwtoh. Shrewsbury. Reeding. EIGHT RESULTS. Burnley. Uver-pooi, Weat Hani. Blackpool J? aty, Nta-wion. Southampton. Hereford. Port Vale, Manecetd . Aldarshot Brlehton Colchester Grimsby Hereford Huddersftd Plymouth Fort Vala Walsall Watford Wrexham THirtp DIVISION 1 Bournemth - - 1 - 2 x Halifax (11) - 1 2 1 - 2 x Swindon (3) ------ x Southend (4) 1 1 11 1 Tranmere - - - 2 2 Preston (IB) x 1 - - x -1 Chesterfield - - x 1 x x 1 peterboro 1 x 1 Bury x 1 x Blackburnd) - 2 1 - 2 x 1 , Gllllnitiam 2 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I Alrdrla x Abdean (10) 1 2 Z 2x - Ayr 2 Celtic - 22 22 2 Clyde 1 Morton x x 12 - J Dumbarton 1 Arbroath -212x1 Dundee 1 Motherwell -21112 Dunfrmllne 2 Dundee u ill I - J Hearts 1 Partlek 1 ; - x 1 1 Ranaers O Kilmarnock x 1 1 1 1 - St jahnstn 2 Hibernian 112 2 2 2 SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division II Brechin 2 Falkirk - x - E Stlrllna 2 E. Fife 1 1 1 2 - - - Forfar 2 Clydebank 1 J J J J Hamilton 1 lo 1 2 2 2 1 Mdowbanl. x C'dnbthm) - - Queen of S x S MlrrendS) - - - 2 1 x Queaa's Pk 2 Stranraer x 2 1 2 1 2 Relth R t Berwick . - - 1 1 1 x Stlrllna A 1 Montrose 1 1 2 J 1 1 SleHMmul" 1 Albion R 2 2x111 Floures tn oarmttirsM Indlcetr draiMi In order 0 preference, FJ?". "5 riotit abow result of correspond U13 match for past rix aeaaona. 3 15 f &S"--.fVSS a-badTrrorTwo-ftom homel but things Vcomecould .ylamr!r.si5nnonS7 iia Vt-S.",mli which would have stopped soarfc. whb was found to be lame lrah?rse- Jhe trainer 'considers Jffi . . 1 1 1 j 1. i.tii .uuiiiciii luuiicia Aa.i ii- TT-ieMAa inHfi nnn . t winiifrx Flame and Rathvilly probably are Bt.maXn ha had only seven greater threats to his charge. go far yiis campaign, but looked. For the first time in the five su're to' Improve his total when years of the Wills, the North is he approached the second last . . . . , : 11-.. I h. - . . . -1 1. 1 n a.la t strongly represeniea -in uic iihbi, zr nenguis cienr ui. 1110 for besides Broncho II. and Tama- the -race won by Ben More at lin, Duffle Coat, trained W JacK Market Rasen tne to lowing aay. WALBKRTOfs NOVICES' CHASEl 2'mi winner C340 a declared). 00-130F Somethlnt to Hlda (ODMMra P Shaw) Mrs Lomax s 43PP-04 Harmlnlus (P Morris) T M Jones 7-11-2 .."........'.', 9 40O2IP-0 Jumbo Jet (A Neaves) Neavae a-11-2 11 02310-P Maverick (Mrs L Martin) Wall 7-11-2 . .., it SiV?? P.h."i?a.K'cS?ae)fc Berry at Lancaster, has outstand- The horse cleared the obstacle, saninVVieKS. am!il VSotiiiX"g H&V'i ing claims. Winner of five of his but Wt mud patch on landing. TOP .FORM -TIPS! Papa Noel a. Something fa Hlda 7. ..R Pitman C Read .....J Francome ..J Marsnell (7) ,.C Goldiwerthv 3 AC PULSOROUGH NOVICES' HURDLE: (Dlv II)! 2m, 111 winner C340 (S declared). 2 5 10 011 Clydebank 4P0O0-4 Arnol wau uxtr tola tafeaok (R Thomas) o O'Neill 6-12-0 old (Mrs D OafHton) Mra Ouahton 4-11-4 Irs .Shadow (D irels)' Grata S-11-4 eBv Reason (C St Georie) H Price s-11-4 1 1 OOOO.O Slew HI at, (Mrs P Mltehalll od-0400 Tarty pucnasa (A Baxter) small s-11-4 Mitchell s-11-4 Bettlna Foracast! 6-4 Rirla Bv- AOaaon. n-4 r-Vv.laanir 6hndoW. 10 Sky HI. 12 Yarty Ouctiess. TOP FORM TIPS! Clydebank 10. Arnold 7. M James (7) I Turnhull (7) G Tharnar P Kellewav r nuinea ........... .P Warnar Arnold, t Court 0 COURSE POINTERS! Graham TbomrT, circuit is -a rone round and -ana run-Mi i zao yarns Jeff Kino. Richard Pitman and Joe rhr teaafkw firaliMre raarwaamtMl class mlddla dfstaooa porormer winaaor tarey (j. is) nts . v ,uu imL-viaiiu pircmr woec tne IumvIUm raiuamno, ano toe mase track fa a Maura of aiabt vuriuiy, auu it wm uvi. vu ure j SaJZSI: wonsf 'a'n ?.SP ners dominate the market on the f&TPrice - .... wa. aay. 11 uie race naa oec ore Yesterday's results at Leicester GOING! Heavy 1 0 3m Nav Hurdlei Valuable Coin, G Thorner (3-1), 1: BrasMa (12-1). 2: Nasarl (4-7), S. Also; 7 So Ray (4th), 25 Peachy (pu), S3 Yallow Stone Sth. Statvway Girl (6tb), - Frockbam Brae, Toole for, Posh garee. son' and Heir, owmrlmi (pu) (12 ran). 8, 12. 6. 2i. roi hd (Ivory). Tote: 96p: ,1'p. 18p, 10'jp. Non-runnrr: Eaatem American. 10 2m Hurdle: Prlmarello. S Holluid (11-4). 1: Puacb Ili lWf), 2: rr.a. Lmd, (SI-1), a. Also,- Si2! Trostful (on). S .HoavbCAXatwb (5tfi: 10 Veystle ,(4Ui), ln'cWwGoa ?M0, (7 ran). 5, '6. 4, 5. 23 UartyOTuit, 57pi lip. np: dual forecast, 49n. t Sm H eap Cbaaei Bven Swell, fx fiucH!e,.,M.i-S 0.l! P'alrla Dea SS"i?'J?! rX r" 5-l), Sao: Jtao Charlie (ur). 7 (Sih) Ard Maoha (pu) (5 ran). 20, 10. 10 TOpr ' '' 52P! 16P' ,6P: ?' Tr?'a" Ney Chase: Goliath. G Holmes (11-S f). 1: Little Andy (9-2) i; Near and Far (9-2), 3. Also: 8 Third Redenna- (6ttl). 11 Bilbo. 14 Spsrtelp, 16 Four By Two 5tb), SO Osgodby 9aWi'3, 4lh). Acid Drop, Shsrny 6vVe (pu). Imie and a Half (pu) axnkuXt,. Iv. A 'Whitehead). Tote: 19p: 12o! 20p, . I4p. Non-niinrr: Prince Artie, v 3 TTat.m MWei Cfiasat Flylna Fred, f (3-l. ,t: OroK Ancestor (ff-2)r5: Plna FHIsh (6-1), 5. Also: 11 .4 Arctie seven chases this terui. Dultle ei-ying Holmes no chance to stay Coat has been backed recently fn the saddle and allowine Ben and is now a 7-1 chance, his More to come home clear of the trainer having had an interest at others. earner wis mmui, twice those odds. He will be Gordon looked like winning .on ridden by Jeff King, who won Basil Thyme" at Haydpck when The Irish challenge, consisting landing two from home, and Just of War Bonnet and, Roman Bar, before. Christoias, Holmes was . .mm... .tmncr in trirair 1ita a winner on Childwall uvea aiub a. MlA-ai oa ow..a- atwu-n .... - r - the days of L'Escargot. laeap. at ,Ayr 'when, for no apparent Frog, Colebridee and uaptatn reason, no camo uuwu ..- had a soell with nd .rode three win-in Vlndon trainer. hopes in the future to combine rtrjlrig W1W irBJOinB, uui uaicaiujr CmJ ..tn. atrintr to his how. he and Ws father being the only practitioners In the country , of a particular type of horse den- tlStry Known 4S j. rttroiiiaj. s" teeth of hors8 . arertor-sharp j onirktv. and Cordon Kd'fiis father. Harry, file thein Hnurn to keen them smooth, thta nreventinc ' tt mouths and wrhorw to chew pro. periy. Hsrry nas aiso . .nao uon-idderabJi success In treating the fogs of Goliath, this former in va- 11J h.vlne- nnt, Cnrclon back on the irinjilnir trail by scoring at Leicester, yewraay. Chorus (4th). 10 Goideo Rues at (f). 16 Count Varaoo (6rH). 20 Poraat of Wyoh-wood (pu), S3 Beoaar Ma (pu). t'lfe Spirit (5tn). Tvtoljimeo's0rn. (10 ran), 'a, 12. ',, 7, a's 0 BalrHoB). Tote: 40p; 21p, ZOp. 3 Op: duel foracast, 65p. 3, 30 Jm Nay HtmHtli . Race Rfat, R Mann iH.A n 1 . aftaniarai Baa (3-2). 2: SrilM Partus (39-1), 3. Auw: S Balttj 5"?.."''. li nutnanujt o oaiM gulalla (Sill). 20 First FootsM ). Kino Alv rn a imI 4. taail. 20. dfs (Tlnnsr). xola: 21p; lap, 13P. 7t- ouai toracaat, 33P. Tota Double: .70 (93 atekace) Treble: tS.SO (39 rickets). Britain go for Ska experience The United States, whom the British have beaten in both the Drevious men's finals, have nominated ah experienced team for tins year's BF Cup competition, which will be played at the Palace Hotel. Torauay. from u eDruary , . They are sending Victor Amaya tne zu-year-oia. eit. ajin., lst. 101b. University of Michigan student, who playec" in last year's tournament and then disconcerted Bjorn Borg by the heavy artillery of his game for a couple of seti-' at .Forest Hills in Sep- tamhi. . Data Plamlnnr n af iln kuiuu , 1 v.. . , i ,'a, uii. -a.,,. 20-year-old from New. Jersey, who played in the first BP Cup in 1973 : and jonn wnitunger, , Whitlineer was beaten there bv John Lloyd, a member of the Bntisn team tor tne - past two years, who will, be missing this time because be is playing on the WCT tour. Mark Parrel) and Philip Slviter, the other members of John Barrett's winning side last time, are meitgioie as u are hnth now aver 21. Rich Lewis (Middlesex) and "Martin Robinson (Lane.), both member' of the LTA's touring team, In Australia, will leaa urtuuos defence of the title, and BP announced yesterday, , that Jon than Smith 'Devon) would com plete the team. Christopher Wells (Kent), the under-21 champion will De a non-waveiiing rcavrva, DAV1P GRAY Football League tables tb date Ipswfoh Town . Everton MlcMieaborouoti Stoke City BurnlOy Liverpool - ....... Dertay County .... Manchester City . Wm, Ham 11 II J Iff! Leads- United 2t. NewcaaUe United .. 24 Wolwrhampttm W . 25 Ouaro's. Park Rtrrs 9.6 Shemald. United ...Zi c-oweniry at lOTtennam FIRST DIVISION PWDL F A W O L A.Pta Btrnainotaanl City Arsenal Chelsea. Carlisle United JaUtcaiTovvr. , ... Loiocatw City ... 2 lO 25 6 26 6 '26 S 26 7 24 25 8 26 10 :6 i 1 26 4 1 12 2 22 12 1 23 12 3 2-6 17 2 25 11 2 26 13 1 23 8 . 2 28 13 2 24 11 2 24 13 2 23 14 6 14 14 2 2.1 15 Z 21 15 5 17 14 5 24 18 3 10 10 4 15 19 7 10 12 6 13 20 6 lO 12 SECOND DIVISION Manoheater United Sunderland . . . Norwich aty Wast Bronrwioh A. aston Villa rlstol City Blackpool .'... Nnt Cnamtv Oxford United Hull Oity Noils Poroat runam nralln 1 Bristol Rovers SSSSmjiioi' PWDL FAWD 26 11 2 02H7 63 25 9 3 0 25 3 4 4 2-5 5 2 1 20 6 2 7 25 7 I 2 18 B 4 3 25 10 2 1 29 4 1 4 25 7 4 1 14 3 8 3 26 7 3 2 18 10 2 6 26 6 7 O 25 13 2 4 ....26 10 0 2 20 11 1 5 ... 26 7 5 1 17 9 4 26 3 4 4 15 13. 9 2 ... 26 6 3 4 19 10 1 1 i.I..illr I I ? 26 6 4 4 19 12 2 2 hi .77. :. Sa s 8 a 17 io o a 11 a 10 13 32 2 14 13 31 5 13 18 30 6 16 21 30 5 20 23 30 5 9 11 29 5 14 20 29 7 9 26 29 6 IS 22 'i 5 13. 20 27 6 11 23 26 6 10 18 23 5 18 20 5 7 11 2a 25 7 14 27 25 6 18 23 23 7 11 21 23 1 21 22 5 1 25 22 9 16 23 17 7 8 18 16 S 12 28 1S CPA Pte 4 15 12 39 5 18 18 33 4 14 16 31 .5 1S 10 29 7 7 17 28 7 10 IS 27 6 6 10 27 7 7 20.27 ! 12 Sat?. tliBzS 12 23 24 I IB 24 ' 16 22 B II Z4 'G& O Y II B Manafleld Town . Shrowabury Town Chester Uoooln City Rotliertwim United Soultiport Nejrtbarantori T. . Bradford Nowport Cotirvtr . Exeter City. FOURTH DIVISION PWDL. PAW U 3? Hartlepool rtochdale -.. . Torquay united . Bamsley Cambrldpa United Brentford TMrUnotod Stockport Oountr 9wsnsae City .... Crewe Alexandra . Worktooton Doncaster Rovers Scunthorpe Uaited 9 1 27 8 2 4 21 11 S 4 27 111 3 1 29 4 2 4 23 9 3 O 29 7 3 3 24 4 5 3 20 13 7 3 27 8 3 2 22 10 2 7 26 3 2 2' 9 3 4 28 8 1 5 20 9 4 4 24 7 1 2 21 13 S 2 27 7 3 3 IS 11 3 6 25 7 5 4,23 15 4 2 23 8 2 225 12 3 3 26 3, 5 3 19 13 4 3 29 4 6 5 12 13 3 6 27 6 3 5 20 15 3 S 26 7 4 3 25 13 1 4 26 8 8 2 20 9 1 4 21 6 4 S 24 21 2 3 26 6 S 4 16 19 2 2 28 4 4 5 18 23 4 1 28 5 4 4 IO 9 2 27 S 3 7 IO 15 3 27 4 5 IS 17 1 26 3 6 S 16 IS 0 D la P lr 23 I A 40 1 28 15 38 7 7 17 sa 5 16 16 30 2 20 9 30 5 14 23 3 18 26 29 11 lb 2J 6 17 22 29 5 13 22 29 6 13 15 26 6 10 18 26, 6 14 28 26 5 10 18 26 1 16 18 24 7 3 16 24 9 7 19 24 9 11 27 23 9 14 27 21 10 12 30 21 3 10 6 22 21 3 It 9 23 IB 2-11 11 31 17 4 8 ? 24 16 ftanoera ...... Celtic rllbomtan Aberdeen Dundee Unite. Dundee Hearts Ayr Dunfercnllna vau .. SCOTTISH LIAGUB (Division I) HWDLfAWDLf Indpa Town ... 26 1 THIRD DIVISION P W D L, P .2110 3 O U Mottierw. rvirane Partlek , Jolmsione Kllmamocfc ,, Cly.la 1 21 .uinnarion 1 25 8 2 46 11 2 21 II 2 28 12 2 29 14 A Pta 1 37 11 J6 1 20 9 J4 1 16 11,50 12 IS 25 4 17 25 21 ? It it Dnmherton 20 2 ATbroath 2l S ttlaaarrMam Rnivan CUarlton AQSife 26 i I 4 9 sea;, pahvea frSton'r? a::::: ofs..:.i; y?ricniin''!;"ll"ltr iValsall. - .r,irtohani , ... 33 1 CVtanabv .TOIMM, . ..i BNjjnOTooth : as s a ' j A W D la P A Pts i limn 26 u i 5 fa iJ .5 a i is ai 50 27 S 3 1 28 1Q 3 4 S 14 23 29 H i! 1! n I i t xi i s .s a S 3 2 26 IS 1 S 6 8 S li 1ft 'a a 22 16 19 4 .19 IB 1 a O 7 CI 21 19 17 B 1,1 ft IS 2A Si li $ml 20 IS ft 6 10 14 37 li 1 3 Ira 9 B 2 13 12 2 4 1 9 13 a 4 2 17 16 3 0 7 13 19 S 2 5 13 11 g 2 4 80 34 2 1 115)1 S 8 4 14 18 1 3 g IS 17 I 2 S 11 24 IS 0 7 9 24 20 a a ta i . 2 4 16 18 IB 2 - 6 10 il 18 3 .6 13 20 IS I '4 9 16 16 3 5 16,28 16 DIOll 16 east Pile , Hamilton . Montrose 21 28 fall .Quean Oi Soutb :'au SCOTTISfi LSAOOS (Olvlilen II) AV a -o aim 13 7 2. O 17 5 31 O 1.4 13 1 At 29.11 5 1 -4 16 11 tO 7 12 17 29 6 11 12 28 4 23 22 27 ...,2 ... 23 ... 24 :::S ... 22 ... 23 ... 114 .. ,23 larwlear Su'ffloB Albioa nPrr1in,,'-5'r" HK1U11 ......,. Btcnhouiemulr I rajiraer ., z loa !... a.i Aioion itovara ui Meedowbank ....... 23 ''Brabhln 24 Queens rrtt 23 iSn!'!!,..r.: U z a 24 io a o si io a 5 O 1U 14 & III I 4 It 3 18 21 2S 6 IS 17 If SO o IO I a I 5 1 . e , a aa a -a t ii it i m f mm 26 110 24 7 .4 S It : 4 3 it ft la ar D aa IB J 7 10 28 21 5 8 4 12 16 iO 1 Hki ,'8 18 13 31 1(1

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