The Miami News from Miami, Florida on December 29, 1970 · 17
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SELECTIONS FOR TODAY'S RACES 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 I .SAM ENCELBERG ' 101 IAFFE TRICK PROGRAM CONSENSUS K 108-3W 1M-3M 110-3M 114-3M v r House Seat House Seats House Seats : 15 House Seats Sergeant Bill Sergeant Bill Sergeant Bill' 9 Sergeant Bill Pargo - Med Lark Pargo 2 Pargo Eshinla Windbag Eshinla 13 Eshinla Windbag Eshinla Windbag 11 Windbag Sweet Eva Sweet Eva ; Sweet Eva 3 Sweet Eva Ayax - AYAX ' Ayax 15 Ayax Reely Beeg Reely Beeg Reely Beeg 9 Reely Beeg Willie's Lil Da'n Spring Comet Willies Lil Da'n 2 W'ies Lil D'n FILET LA PORT Filet La Port Filet la Port lTPT LA P'RT Mini Miss First Color Mini Miss ... 6 Mini Miss Cruen Lady Cute As A Bug Creun Lady 3 First Color Wymnetime Sulinbo Dancer, Wynnetlme. 13Wynnetime Dee Dee Tees Wynnetime Mark's Voyage 5 Marks Voy'e Mark's Voyage Mark's Voyage Dee Dee Tees 5 Sulunbo D'er King Of Joy Smart Poppy Smart Poppy 13 Smart P'py Smart Poppy King of Joy King of Joy 11 King of Joy Prince Christian Court Return Prince Christian 2 Pr'ce Ch'tian Hi Admiral Polar Traffic Hi Admiral 13 Hi Admiral Polar Traffic Hi Admiral . Polar Traffic 11 Polar Traffic Mid Rascal ..: Mid Rascal Kid Rascal 3 Mid Rascal Monterosso Monterosso Little Tag ' 13 Monterosso Little Tag Little Tag Monterosso 11 Little Tag Hallelujah Culterano Hallelujah 2 Hallelujah RullahOfRo'n RullahOfRo'n Afganistan HR'lahofR'n Afganistan Afganistan Advance Party 11 Afganistan Advance Party , Advance Party Rullah Of Ro'n 5 Advance P'y Sea Chant Sea Chant Sneak Up USea Chani Demigod Sneak Up Entremet 8 Sneak Up Rush Hour . Demigod Sea Chant 4 Demigod 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Tues., Dec. 29, 1970 THE MIAMI NEWS 5-B But loses only to the best Winners selected yesterday SAM ENGELBERG: One King, 3rd ($4.20); Ivajay, 5th ($6.20); Punchs. Penny, 6th ($5.80); Wire Chief, 9th ($5.80); Highbinder, 10th ($7.00). JOE JAFFE: One King, 3rd, ($4.20); Desert Fleet, 4th ($7.00); Ivajay, 5th ($6.20); Punchs Penny, 6th ($5.80); Wire Chief, 9th ($5.80); Highbinder, 10th ($7.00). TRACK PROGRAM: One King, 3rd ($4.20); Ivajay, 5th ($6.20); Punchs Penny, 6th ($5.80); Wire Chief, 9th ($5-80). , CONSENSUS: One King, 3rd ($4.20); Ivajay, 5th ($6.20); Punchs Penny, 6th ($5.80); Wire Chief, 9th ($5.80); Highbinder, 10th ($7.00). . .. Sam Engelberg's Forecast at Tropical 'Parky Clear and Fnst FIRST ($3,5C0), 3 and 4-year-old maidens, 6 furlongs, claiming $5,030. ' Hous Seats Ravelson Silvers Silver Sergeant Bill My Friend Jim Be Spicy i (Med Lark Ebonairt Jimgrim Parao , Rare Night CuIcK Kill 119 Vasguez X114 Bracciale 119 Kessler 119 Ussery 119 Saumell 121 Perret ll Gallegos 119 Micell 119 Podlinski xlU Richie m'Mlneau xl 14 Breen 31 15-1 20-1 4- 1 10-1 12-1 10-1 10-1 20-1 5- 1 10-1 10-1 SCRATCHED I Moss Hill . 1.19 Saumell . 15-1 j Mellen ', 116 Barrow . 20-1 Compoist . , 119 Brumtield 15-1 i Surrmer Grass 119 lanelll 20-1 ! R. R. Bootsil xll4 Breen 8-1 Acirema 119 Campbell 20-1 House.Seat: the speed; Ser- I geant Bill: figures close; Pargo: in good hands. ! (First Color. . 111 Babll 1-1 Miss Perfectionist 111 Font 20-1 AllyAnr 114 Marquez .20-1 Mini Miss 116 Ruybali " 5-1 xCreun Lady 114 Ussery - 6-1 Filet Ya Port xll3 Richie 10-1 j Ragouter 114 Hidalgo 6-1 Miss Jet Holme 114 Astorgj 20-1 aAunt Petey 111 Babll l-l A Entry Mrs. E. D. Kohr, Jr. X Cntry-fleanor Llditensteln-Lllllan Morrison SCRATCHED Countess Bolero 111 No Rider 20-1 x-Super Rich. Ill No Rider' 6-1 r Filet La Port: best figure; Mini Miss: good Chi form; Creun Lady: rider helps. " SCRATCHED Gold Column 113 Barrow Athena Norte 116 Hidalgo Crau King xl08 Richie xMgj. of Victory 113 J. Vasguez 20-1 10-1 5-1 8-1 Killian High finds the going rough - If nothing else, Killian High's basketball team has the distinction of losing to three of the best teams in Dade County. Killian (3-3) had lost to Palmetto and Coral Gables. Last night the .Cougars were beaten by Carol City, 55-44, in an opening round game of the Carol City Holiday tdurnament at' --Miami-Dade North gym. The combined record of Killiah's three victors is "18-1. The only team of the trio with a loss is Carol City and that was to Palmetto. Killian succeeded in slowing down the tempo of the game against Carol City (5-1), but it failed to slow Vincent Banks who led all scorers with 21 points. Dwight Dun-combe added 13 for - the Chiefs. Killian's leading scorer was Gladstone Taylor with 10. Tonight Carol City plays' Curley at 8:45'. Curley beat" North Miami, 61-59. In the , other semifinal game Gables' (7-0) plays Pace at 7.' Pace swamped Southwest, , -78-48, and Gables downed Norland, 62-53, to reach the semifinals. , ' ;. , , In the only other , tournament in Dade County, Co- . lumbus4-2) meets Edison at . 7 p.m. and Miami High (3-1) Last week's basketball standouts high school RONALD WHILEY 6-2 GUARD NORTHWESTERN Raised his scoring average to 20.5 with 23 points against Miami Springs as the Bulls won their fourth consecutive game. He has been in double figures each game. . ... . ;; ,.' EARL WALLACE ' 6-o guard . I ':il: '.;: ' ' " CAROL CITY, '! -: , ) His 20 points led the Chiefs against North Miami for their third straight victory. After erratic start, he seems to be improving scoring average (14.6). W : ' chip coulter ; - 6-7 center v":'': :, ;'; 'v&' '::! coral park . " With 21 points against Hialeah in 67-64 victory he maintained his 21.0 average. Except for one game he has been the leading scorer for Coral Park's team. . ' NEILCOLZIE 6-2 FORWARD ! CORAL GABLES V Tipping in a missed field goal to tie the game in regulation, he tipped in a missed free throw by Ed McArthur to beat Killian, 71-69, in overtime, as he scored 13. " ROGER YORK ; 6-2 FORWARD EDISON A season high 24 points by York enabled Edison to beat Norland, 84-68. His 20.4 average shows slight improvement over last year's 19.3 average when he was second team all-county. ; Last box m iclitV scores Coral Gables 62, Norland 53 . C. Gables (62) Norland (53) Fg Ft Tp Fs Ft Tp Dawson 4 3 11 Brown 6 0 12 McArthur 5 UAAurphy ' ,5 4 14 Colzie . 4,0 SSherr . . 6 2 U Davis 1 0 2Sparks 3 0 6 Fence , 2 2. 6 Roberts , . 3 1 7 Holcomb 7 4 18 Totals 24 14 62 Totals 23 7 S3 Iplays.Miami Beach (0-5) in .the Miami High Holiday tournament. . ' , . Coral Gables 62, Norland r ' 53. The Cavaliers rallied with ? 38 second half points to end any upset plans Norland (1- i 4) may have had. Alex Hoi- c : combe led the Cavaliers with 18 points. Ed McArthur added 17 and Zack Dawson had 11. Dennis Murphy and Paul Sherr scored 14 for Norland. Donnie Brown made 12. ? Coral Gables Norland 23-62 1653 Pace 78 Southwest 48 Keen Hertler ... Bean Mayer Mullen Trageser Cashman Kohlwaies Totals Pact (78) . Fg Ft TP M 5 33 BecRman I I 6 Burleigh, .0.3 3 Coon . 1 3 5Corkec . 1. 3 5 Huffman 4 6 MMcGralh ; I 0 2 Small - ' 4"' 2 lOSwindle Wright 28 22 78 Totals Southwest (48) Fg Ft TP .5 0 10 1 0 2 10 2 2 2 6 3 0 6 0 1.1 .3 3 9 10 2 5 0 10 28 22 78 Pace Southwest 1678 16-48 Curley 61 '. North Miami 59 Curley (61) N. Miami (59) Pf Ft TP Fg Ft TP Strachan 4 0 8 Smith 3 3 9 Royals 4 0 8 Cook 2 0 4 Baker ' 3 0 6 F elder 4 4 12 Slakey 7 2 16 Cobb 0 1 1 Thomas 4 3 11 Young 6 S 17 Hamiter 6 0 12Sheldon 7 2 16 Totals ' 28 5 61 Totals 22 15 59 Curley N. Miami 16 19 14 1261 15 14 14 1659 Carol City. 55 Killian 44 S2Sittt..iimi" RONALD WILEY of Northwestern, . pne f of last week's stars, goes high to score. Carol City (55) Killian (44) - F9 Ft TP ' Fg Ft Tp Banks 10 j 21 Dukes' ' 4 0 8 Collins 4 1 9Green, H. 3 2 8 Young 1 0 2 Green, M. 3 0 6 Baker '. 1 0 2 Hunter 3 2 8 Johnson' 2 0 4Parnell 2 0 4 Duncombe . 6 1 13Taylor 5 0 10 Wallace '284,. Totals !6 3 55 Totals 20 4 44 Carol City Killian , 1255 2244 Lineman Periard's troubles are almost entirely little oiies McArthur 96 .Northwestern 77 McArthur (96) Fg F! 'P Bowe Doctor Heron Knowlton : Macak Patterson Schofield Ward Totals Northwestern (77) Fg Ft TP 4 16 (farter ' 2 2Chavis 0 12 Cooper 1 3 Dickens 3 3 Ellis 4 28 Mc Sweeney 0 2 Moss 8 30Simms Whiley 37 22 96 Totals FIFTH-($3,900), 3-year-olds, 6 furlongs, claiming $7,-500- 6,500. Dee Dee Tees 116 Ussery 113 Perret 116 J. Vasquez 116 Fires Hi Admiral: good recent spring; Polar Traffic: best will win; Crau King: on upgrade. EIGHTH ($3,700), 3-year-olds and up, 1 and I-16th mile, claiming $5,500 5,000. Comprador Ha"lleluah Mr. Hank Jay Little Tag Monterosso Culterano Royalero 2nd 115 Fires 118 Ussery x!13 Breen 119 C. Marquez 117 Soto 118 Suarez 118 Salenis SECOND ($3,500), 3-year-olds, 1 and 1-1 6th mile, claiming $3,500. Bunny Jet 114 Capodici 114 Fires 114 Perret 111 Knapp Mr. Pancakt Sea Ghost Tricky Tracy War Brave Pen Scot Road Block Sultan's Delight The Composer Eshinla Windbag X109 Breen 114 C. Marquez xl 09 Bracciale 111 Bova 114 Micell 114 J. Vasguez 120 G. Vasquez Sweet Eva xl 10 Richie A Entry E. S. Lipari SCRATCHED Fancy Stitches xl06 Aquafredda Two Dollar Bill 116 Perna Oallas J. Persian Art What A Wink Varinail . Eshinla: Windbag: 114 H. W'house 116 Ruybali " 114 Gallitano 114 No Rider working swiftly; can better recent: 10-1 8-1 15-1 6-1 1-1 15-1 20-1 20-1 15-1 5-2 3-1 41 D. V. Girl Teddy B dood Mark's Voyage Need E. Indian 115 C. Marquez The Real West 118 Rinl . vMinetim ' 116 Oesplrilo Tte Bird . 116 Gallitano .. ! Red Swap 116 Font Judse Abe 11 Hidalgo. Sulinbo Dancer 116 lannelir- SCRATCHED Little Nixie , . xl06 Richie 20-1 ; Wynnetime: another chance; DecDee Tees: main danger; Mark's Voyage: ; money chance. 4-1 8-1 15-1 6,j io-i ! 12-1 j 3-1 20-1 ! 20-1 8-1 6-1 eB'rg Basement xllO Richie aMr. T. Relic xll4 Richit A Entry W. A. Lofton Monterosso: best trace; Little Tag: close; true. 4-1 4- 1 5- 1 4-1 3-1 12-1 20-1 10-1 10-1 recent figures Hallelujah: last not NINTH ($4,800), 3-year-olds and up, 6 furlongs, allowance. SIXTH-($3,500), 3-year-olds and up, 6 furlongs, claiming $3,500. Outer Lobby 116 D. Vasquez King of Joy 114 Gallitano Prince Christian xlll Breen Persian Art: beaten favorite. THIRD ($3,500), 3-year-olds and up, 1 mile (tartan), claiming $3,500. Amber Dee Like Opera Smart Poppy Court Return Pocolody Gourd Francachota xll3 Richie 114 Gatljlione xlll Bracciale 116 Hartack 116 Arroyo xxxl06 Martinez 116 Astorsa 12-1 4-1 8-1 12-1 .12-1 5-1 8-1 20-1 20-1 20-1 Commodore 113 Bebii 20-1 Wilies Lil Darlin xl09 Richie 8-1 Ayax 122 Perna 1 5-2 j All Ashore 114 Santiago 15-1 I Reely Beeg xl 15 Bracciale 4-1! Snow Ruler 116 H. W'house 20-1 1 James City 119 Danlean 6-1 Power Sweep X108 Breen 12-1 Panaioy . 116 Solomone 6-1 Spring Comet 118 Micell . 12-1 SCRATCHED Pichoy ' xlll Richie ' ' 15-1 j Khal Ran xlll Breen 10-1 1 Strongman xl 17 Breen , 3-1 . Highland Meeting 116 No Rider '- 10-1 Escolar xll7 Richie 5-1 Canny Miss 117 Viera . 6-1 5 Ayax: never better; j . SCRATCHED J . . Dominante 3rd ' 116 Barra ' 20-1 Mr. Bar None , x!09 Richie ' . ' 3-1 Princess Levee 111 Perna 20-1 Miss Ella Cinders 111 Suarez 10-1 Count Troy xlll Richie S-l Rlcavo xlll Breen 5-2 Mlto'sElpis ,113 Kassen 12-1 Porter County 118 No Rider 20-1 Ricavo: best if started; Mr. Bar Non: at tops; King Of Joy: good Jersey form. Rullah of Roman xlll Richie Advance Party 116 J. Vasquez Eaglesham Ennpeltre Viking Qld Folan ' Merry Perry aHomerunner Afganistan Paris 5th " A Entry-R. 116 Venezla 116 Gallitano 120 Kassen 118 Garsh 114 Hartack 116 Brumfield 118 Ussery 116 R. W'house . Lehmann 5- 2 4-1 12-1 20-1 6- 1 20-1 15-1 12-1 ,3-1 15-1 Continued from Page IB State Friday night in the Orange Bowl Classic, his career will be over. He has no delusions about professional football. "I have no intention to put a helmet on after Friday night." He has been a good collegiate middle guard and he is content to let it rest at that. "I think I'm big enough for where I play, but I couldn't play any other position." He could always hold the ball for place kicks. "No," he said, "my fingers aren't long enough to do that." Now that's short. . NEBRASKA NOTES Nebraska finished practicing at Junior College Stadi-.' urn yesterday and will hold its remaining woukouts at the Orange Bowl . . . Defen sive end John Adkins is a rarity in football. He's one player who wears glasses, rather than contact lenses, when he plays . . . Some of the Cornhusker assistant coaches may be able to provide an insight to playing in bowl games. Defensive line coach Monte Kiffin played on the 1963 Nebraska team which beat Auburn in the Orange Bowl and defensive back coach Warren Powers and : assistant f reshman coach Bill Thornton played in the 1962 Gotham Bowl . , ,' Offensive line coach Cletus Fischer is the brother of Pat Fischer who plays defensive back-for the ' Washington Redskins . . . Redskin coach . Bill Austin and St. Louis Cardinal coach Charlie Winner watched Nebraska .work out yesterday . . . The team- concluded its practice with a relay 'race be- - tween the' various offensive and defensive units. An eight-way tie was declared. McArthur Northwestern 29 17 1 9 3196 15 14 22 26 77 ! Pace 78, Southwest 48. Wayne Keen had his third straight game of 30 or more points as Pace bettered its record to 3-4. John Trageser i added 14. A 32-point second J quarter was too much for s Southwest (0-7). Curley 61, North Miami 59. T Winning its second straight, I Curley (2-3) withstood a L fourth quarter rally by tne j Pioneers (3-3). North Miami's Jim Young led all scorers with 17 points and teammate c Dave Sheldon had 16. Pat Sladky scored 16' for the winners and Ted Hamiter added 12. -1 McArthur 96, Northwest-. 7 ern 77. Northwestern's four- i game winning streak came to , an abrupt end in an opening- -round game of the Pompano-Beach Civitan tournament.' McArthur jumped to a quick" first quarter lead and coast- , ed. Elijah McSweeney led Northwestern (5-2) with 19- points and Ronald Whiley had 16. McSweeney, Whiley,; Anthony Carter and Robert" Moss all starters fouled out. Rent 1970 Cart Fords Chevrolet! Ifymeutht Dodai , $385-0 - Frm W.w, MILEAGE RENTAL CARS 373-67653000000' 4. 3 111 pooooc . 6 8 Q 2 2 6ft oi i H 5 0 10 I 9 1 19 J 2 0 4 ) 10 2) 7 2 16 J 31 15 77 I1 - it X ! X3OO0C30 000009 - S KICK THE TV HABIT! So how much can you win watching TV? If it's action and excitement you want, Jai-Alai has it all . . . all evening long ... and you can bet on It! TROPICAL RESULTS Miami News Business Editor Larry Birger gives you his insight into the world of business in a special column each Saturday in The Miami News. . SCRATCHED aMIdnile Hour 114 Brumfield 12-1 Rullah of Roman: figures to score; Afganistan: vastly improved; Advance Party: speedy contender. TENTH ($3,600), 3-year-olds and up, 1 and ' mile, claiming $3,500. Nobludaza RUSh HoUi" Strongman: the danger; Reely Beeg: may better, , FOURTH ($3,700), 2-year-old fillies, 6 furlongs, claiming $6,500-6,000. Firey Anna 111 Venezla 15-1 Cut as a Bug 114 Brumfield 12-1 No Load 111 Perret 15-1 SEVENTH ($4,300), 3-year-olds and up, 1 and 1-16th mile, claiming: $1,000-8,000. " - " Kickoff Wlan 116 Perret 12-1 Mid Rascal 113 Kunilske aAslures 114 Micell' Oaring Turn ' 116 Rinl. Coffea Can 116 Ussery xDouble Fault 113 Campbell Dazzling Native 113 Solomone Trident , 113 Gallitano Iron Mike 107 R. W'house HI Admiral 114 Arroyo Polar Traffic - xl08 Bracciale aAquascutum" xlll Breen A Entry R.M. Johnson l E. Dale Fm. X Entry K. Vangeloff 10-1 6-1 15-1 IM 6-1 12-1 10-1 20-1 3- 1 4- 1 6-1 Olml- THIRD RACE Ayax after his fourth straight victory over the Tartan, runs only as fast as he has needs to, to score his victories. He's yet to be bested over the hard Tartan' track. FIFTH RACE Sulinbo Dancer is fast rounding to top form. Has raced with slightly better in his recent effort. Rorrul Sea Chant ' Man of Peace Demigod Sneak Up Entremet '. 114 Santiago 114 AAarquei '.. 114 Perret 114 lannelll x 10' Breen 114 Astorga 116 Barrow xlll Bracciale SCRATCHED Jet's Skipper 114 Rinl 1 Sea Chant: best on Demigod: needed last; Hour: drops in class. 20-1. 4- 1 ' 20-1 5- 2 12-1 4-1 ' 5-1 , 5-1 15-1 last; Rush . By The Associated Press 7th 4,100, cl, 3YO up, i ). . . (,W,5,he.r llai Track Fasl-' I Happy Go On (Barrow) 6.60 3.60 ! ISt 3,600, Cl. 2YO. 6 f. I'm Vnur Rnu (DuunnWKn.,eB in No Iron (Rini) 61.80 18.60 8.80'Haflman (Broussard) Bay Home (Cwara'z) 4.60 3.20 1 Off i is Tim. i n Prime birajbaiiegos) 3.00; Fairhlll Drive, Amerlso Hill, Menn Qtt i: 17. Time 1:12. Innar, Second Adventure, Dishstand also Troubled Area, Sat nioue, Reaa Fox, ran Fashionable Eagle, Ezra Bridwhistle, ..u. , . . . ' tm., u,.hin. iirn ,i- ' Waltzing BeelRichie) 14.40 7.40 4, j Early Frost (Bracciale) 4.40 3.00 2nd 3,500, cl, 3YO up 4 f. 1 m7i iTiV 3'80 Team Player (Knapp) 14.00 6.60 4.80 Sr ,;, h 6. ki ,-, k Hookum (Galleaos) 4 20 2 80 B.ruce -' Scamtan, Northern Nymph, Bacchanal (Fir?s) 3M) f,e"opne' Courl Suc' T"e O Asia Off 1:45'. Time 1:12. als0 ;f.n 0i,. ,,, , ,M ... wi ... j t.- , Blfl Perfect! 3-2 1-3 pa d $2,684.60 Flaming Wood, Chief Rose, Hillyfilly.i r ' Happy Relation, Sadies Spice, Locked! th 4,800, ale, 2YO, 4 I. Out, Polar Zone, National Image, Tom Wire Chief (Firesl 5.80 3.20 2.40 McEwen also ran. Blonde Lady (Richie) 4.20 2.80 ilm Adorable (Breen) 3.20 (Daily double ! paid 5682.20) j 'bbSnV' Alert Native, ' Pas De .. Norn, Hilarious Eve, Ribbon Red also ran Jrd3,500, cl, 3YO up, 1 mi. j One King (Garst) 420 2.80 2.60 10th 4,400 ale. JYO lmi.70yds. - Throw The Dice (Bracciale) 4.60 3.60 Highbinder (R. Woodh'se) 7.00 2.80 2.60 Dark Hall (Breen) 6.40 Crave (Hartack) 2.40 2.20 Off 2:14. Time 1:36 4-5. .Topi (Perret) 3.80 Nominee, Door Key, Mill Sand, Doit-1 Off 5:40a. Time 1 :41 4:5 -- forme, Never Far Back, Traumerei, I'm! ..Hurry'" Ha"k' Mr Fixit, Brooktharp, Right also ran. Money Destroyer, To Pairs, Phantom Lenuer also ran, , . ART GRACE'S LONGS HOTS QUICK KILL 1ST Good move in last. AMBER DEE 6TH , , Last not bad.. , . TRIDENT 7TH -Just missed in last. EAGLESHAM 9TH Should close fast. (Perfect 4-10 paid $21.60) ' 4th 4,200, mdns, 3&4Y0, 'lmi&70yds. Desert Fleet (JVasquez) 7.00 4.00 2.80 Ribot's Song (Kassen) 5.60 3.40 Be Naughty (Perret) 3.00 Off 2:49. Time 1:43 2-5.- Court Case. Little Romp, Gains Rullah. Chang also ran. . (Perfecta 4-4 paid 537.40) 5th 3,700, cl, 3YO up, 4 1. Ivaiay (Breen) 4.20 2.60 2.60 dh-Obsolete (Monteiro) 2.60 3.40 dh-Taunton (Perret) 2.20 2.40 Off 3:16. Time 1:12. , Jay S.R.. Move Up, Debbie's Trous-1 seau, Volant Johnnie, Gamarette, Kam-mer also ran. 1 dh-Dead heat for 2nd. . 4th 4,000, mdns, 2YO, 4 f. I Punchs Penny (Perret) 5.80 3.60 2.60 Bold Print (R Ussery I 11.60 5.60 Flying Gigi (CMarquez) 2.80 Off 3:48. Time .1:12 2-5.. Halter Poise, Jamlanne, Rosy Cheeks, Barbavii, Charming Hostess, Silver Toes, Return to Paradise, Indicter, Cissy Sax-rter also ran C Horse Racing ) - iMIAMI Happy Go On, 56.60, closed with a rush to edge I'm Your Boy by a head in the feature at Tropical Park. PHILADELPHIA Ashua, $13.40, pulled away in the stretch lo'beat Kama G. by 1 lengths in the feature at Liberty Bell. LAUREL, Md. Favored Coniugate, S5.40, beat At Arms Length in the 511,000 .Miss Spin Purse at Laurel. ' NEW ORLEANS Embassy, $3.60, led most of the way to beat Himeldo by three lengths to win the feature at the Fair Grounds. Perfecta 3-8 paid $14.20 Attendance 9,158. Handle (1,105,282 SUPER CHECK AT THE CORAL GABLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK 100 Miracle Milu, Coral Gables . Write yourself a loan whenever ... . . . JSP - '.. you want. For application form, Iptk ' phone 443-1961. ' ' " ' , ; ' ' ' A memoer of The Unflerl Banking Croup Member F.D.I.C, . N.W.A. SANCTIONED WRESTLING LITES OUT MATCH! JOSE LOTHARIO vs- J.C. DYKES JOSE WILL TRT TdlUT ITIES 1 TIMES IN 15 MIN.! 1 L FLORIDA HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE REMATCH TARZAN TYLER Chimeiaii - VS JACK BRISC0 The INFERNOS JOSE " . JOHNNY LOTHARIO WALKER SOUTHERN HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH RENE DANNY ' GOULET - VS - MILLER CkamaiM tttHemor - LOUIE TILLET VS MIKE DUBOIS EDUARDO PEREZ VS RON FULLER OKI SHIKIHt-VS I0IB0OP. WEDNESDAY 8:1b P.M MIAMI BEACH ; ' AUDITORIUM t4.00-J3.0W2.0O KIDS $1 M KESV.MI.L531-W77 JW -i VJ I V N.W. 36th St. at 36th Ave. 633-9661 , Res. Seats from 75t Elevator Service Action Nightly except Sundays (Sorry, . . No Minors) Full Dinners from $3.45. ' TUESDAY DEC, 29, 8 PM Is IB LORIDimS Rick Barry will be in town. The Nets are a new team now that Rick is back at full strength from a foot injury. Tom Washington andthe front line are now at full : strength too, so it should be a real physical game under . the boards. ' ' FREE GIFTS FOR EVERYOHIEI Paid admissibn holders will receive a free gift. Sonie of the gifts will be transistor radios, even a T V. , , . '. . . ,. PLAYBOY BUNNIES will play a team of Dls at half time. Guaranleedtohavealotofbounce." ' MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION HALL - Tickets from $2 to 55 at (he Box Office, Sears, Richards, Miami Dade Sporting Goods, and LeBlang's Tours, or Flondians Office. Call 532-2411, 531-8191.. . hfn 4t -aICL ---Sl

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