The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on September 8, 1972 · 22
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22 "HE HOME NEWS NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1973 espite Clogged Ear Weaver Sets Golf Pace COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) DeWitt Weaver, playing despite a clogged left ear, fired a five-under-par 65 Thursday and charged into the first-round lead in the $100,000 Southern Open Golf Tournament. "I've had this stopped-up ear for about three days and I saw. a doctor here yesterday. He said he couldn't understand how I'm playing golf," Weaver ORDER YOUR WINES LIQUORS Ice Cold BEER From DRUG FAIR of Highland Park For Dignified Delivery Phone 545 3773 said after taking a one-shot lead over colorful Chi Chi Rodriguez. .' - ; "It doesn't bother me that much," Weaver said. "It just sounds like I'm playing on TV every shot I hit." He, said he planned to have ,the ear drained Friday night.. Weaver kept the ball out of the treacherous rough, hugging the fairways of the 6,766-yard, par-70 Green. . Island Country Club course as he fashioned a 33-32-75 under a hot Georgia " sun. 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The , day's early leaders, George Johnson and Bob Dickson, were deadlocked in third place with three-under 67s. Larry Ziegler and Jim Colbert followed at 68. Missing from the field were many of the game's glamour players, including Jack Nick-laus, Lee Trevino, Gary Player and Gay Brewer all competing in the World Series of Golf at Akron, where Palmer is serving as a TV commentator. Weaver , put together three birdies on the front side with putts of two feet at No. 3, 15 feet at No. 5 and 10 feet at No. 7. He made his only bogey when he three-putted from 25 feet at No. 9, but then birdied the next three holes on putts ranging from three to feet. Seven players were at 69 Roy Pace, Larry Gilbert, Chuck Courtney, Bob Barbaras-sa, Martin Roesink, Rik Mas-sengale and Chris Blocker. LL Registration SAYREVTLLE Registration for the Sayreville Little League for next season will be held nej Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (Sept. 13-15) at President Park complex on Washington Road in Parlin from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The registration is for all boys between the ages of 8-11. A parent or guardian must accompany each registrant. - it , . Stan Smith is unable to reach drive by Arthur Ashe in U.S. Open tennis tourney match yesterday. Ashe won 7-6, 6-4, 7-5. Ashe Upsets Top-Seeded Smith AP Photo WHITE ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOORS Ret 79.95 ; a ,.. .-. HARDWARE , SEVEN SIZES included : IN STOCK WHITE ENAMEL , GUTTERS AND LEADERS GUTTERS 3fl ONLY V2 PER GAL 50 COLORS Solid and Semi- Transparent DLUmPIC STnin HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR WINDOW NEEDS ALL STANDARD SIZES' AND STYLES ON HAND WINDOW REPLACEMENT SASH AND UNITS See Our Complete Selections Rl Bin T."'?rrrT I PANELING STAR'S 4x8 TIDEWOOD Reg. 6.29 9 98 Now C FOREST HILLS, N Y. (AP) Arthur Ashe, whippet-lean and victory hungry, scored an amazing, three-set upset over defending titleholder . and current Wimbledon king Stan Smith Thursday to advance to the semifinals of the U.S. Open Tennis Championships. Ashe, the No. 6 seed from Miami, used a piercing backhand to forge a 7-6, 6-4, 7-5 decision over the bewildered, 6-foot-4 Smith, the No. 1 seed here, in the quarter-finals. Ashe, who won this title in 1968 while he was still an amateur, next goes against stumpy, stubborn Cliff Richey, the No. 12 seed from Sarasota, Fla., who advanced along with Hie Nastase, a hawk-faced Romanian, and longshot Tom Gorman of Seattle. Nastase, the No. 4 seed who was beaten by Smith in the Wimbledon finals, and- the unseeded, aggressive Gorman meet in the other men's semifinals Saturday afternoon, with Nastase a heavy favorite to make it to the finals. "We've played nine of 10 times," the long-haired, 26-year-old Nastase said. "I've won them all." Nastase ended the upset string of Australian veteran Fred Stolle with a 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 frolic " over the 33-year-old red-haired veteran. . "He doesn't have a helluva lot on the volley," said Stolle, wearily wiping perspiration from his forehead, "but he's so fast he's always there." Gorman just got by unseeded Roscoe Tanner, a Stanford student from Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 7-6, 5-7, 7-6, 5-7. 64-just five games less than the maximum 65. , The 5-foot-7 Richey, a combative, competitive native of Texas, looked bad in a 3-6 opening set loss the two-handed swipes of South African Bob Hewitt, but rallied to sweep the next three sets 6-1, 6-4, 6-2. The women were not scheduled for singles play in the bright, warm sunshine that bathed the West Side Tennis Club Thursday. In Friday semifinals, defending champion and top seed Bil-lie Jean King of Long Beach, Calif, goes against six-time winner Margaret Court of Australia and 17-year-old Chris Evert of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., the No. 3 seed, meets ninth-ranked Kerry Melville of Australia. Pancho Gonzalez, the old pro from Malibu, Calif., continued to lead the advance in men's 35 singles, taking a 6-3, 7-6 quar-, ter-final decision over Sam Giammalva of Houston. The 19-year-old Ashe, who carries only 150 pounds on his 6-foot-l frame, had trouble with his service against Smith, com mitting seven double faults, three in one game. But his lashing backhand had the lanky top seed bounding about the scuffed and worn grass. Ashe had trouble with his serve against Smith, but had lanky top seed bounding about the scuffed and worn grass like an agitated stork with his brilliant backhand. The first set followed service through 12 games and Smith quickly built a 4-2 lead in the best of nine breaker. Ashe, however, reeled off three con secutive service points to win it, Smith netting backhand re- , turns on the last two. Smith's mouth was a tight, grim line beneath his blond moustache as they traded breaks in the second and fifth game of the second set and went to the 10th game with Ashe holding a 5-4 lead in games. Ashe broke, putting Smith away with one of those ' blistering backhands along the sideline that left- Smith just shaking his head. The next set followed service through 11 games and then Ashe did it again, taking the advantage in the 12th game with the whipping back 'and and trotting off the winner when Smith double faulted. -. "I would have given very high odds I'd win in three sets," Ashe said. "I could see that Stan was very tired mentally. He just wasn't all out there. "My best 'shot was the return of service; I figured the man with the best return would win." Kramer Heads New Net Group FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) Former Wimbledon champion Jack Kramer was named Thursday, as executive director of a new organization of tennis pros. The 60 members of the group include 28 independents and all 32 players on Lamar Hunt's World Championship Tennis circuit.- i One of them, Arthur Ashe, said the players were "tired of being stepped on by two elephants," his description of the WCT and the International Lawn Tennis Federation. "They're both good organiza- ; WALL-TO-WALL ELEGANCE FROM ARMSTRONG. NEW DESIGNS AND DEEPER, RICHER TEXTURES GIVE EXCITING NEW DIMENSIONS TO YOUR CEILINGS. WATCH FOR THE COMING OF "HOME SHOW 73" SITAE 1500 Stelton Road, Piscataway Phone 752-6463 or 985-0810 Open Daily 8 to 8, -Sat 84 SOT MASTER CHARGE BANKAMERICARD 12' ROUND 15' ROUND 18' ROUND 21' ROUND 24' ROUND 1297169il9"2487l2997 Leave your P00' UP a" Year - protected from harsh winter elements and safe from accidents. Use it winter and summer. Save water, time and back-breaking work each new swim season. 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Freehold Entries 32n RACINQ DAY ' - ' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 1ST l Wile, 1600, Pace 1 Cool Man N (O'Alesio) 5-J i Liberty Knight (Pocza) 3-1 AE1 Brown Buddy (Gagliardl) 3 ) 3 Fred Minbar (George) 7-7 4 Super Diamond (Spino) 5-1 5 Jsma Dean (Andolphot B-1 I Pleasant Ann (No Driver) 10-1 7 Varcia Lobell (Lighthill) 15-1 AE-! Harmattan (lovine) 15-1 a Gay Sheppard (Sharkey Jr.) 20-1 2ND-1 Wile, 2200, Pace 4 Legal Chief (Ouartier) AE-2 Chequer Board (HFilion) " 3 Divot (Luchento) AE-2 Hydro Majestic (Marlnelll Jr.) 7 Southern Solo (Malibashka) 1 Logtown Lad (Poulin) 1 Sir Ardri HFilion) 2 Trudy Mac (Rathbone) 5 Randy W (Huebsch) Petie K (Kaiser) 3RD-1 Mile, MOO, Pace 3 Flying Hank (OFillon) 2 Matt B (De Marco) e Springfield Smith (Coard) AE-1 Jack Frost A (Gaghardi) 8 Young Hanover (HFilion) 5 Flor Art (Consol) 1 Scottish Fusilier (Looney) 4 Senator Frost M (Boucher) 7 Medic Pride (McKenna) AE-2 Noble Hope (Marks) 4TH-1 Wile, 3200, Pace ' 1 Jimmy Shine (Morone) 1 Killer Run (Abbatiello) 3 Featherstep (Wathen Jr.) AE-1 Baffle Boy (Lohmeyer) 4 Adele J (Stafford) 5 Blitz Marvel (Mc Gee) 1 Shanty Khayyam (Lane) 6 Red Caton (Messina) 7 Southern Shadow (Looney) 5TH-1 Mile, 5000, Pact ' 2 Chinco Dane (Thomas) 7 Tarport Lady (Bresnahan) 4 Horology (Gagliardi) 1 Camden Doctor (Rathbone) 5 Theodolite (No Driver) 3 Dreamer Lobell (Foldi) 6 Everett Park (Looney) I Fort Waikato (Smith ir.y eTH-l Wile, 5000, Pact 6 Little Jerry Way (HFilion) AE-1 Shiaway Frosty (HFilion) 4 Mister Smart N (Dancer Jr.) 7 Ciaridge (Greene) 1 Soldat (Huebsch) 2 The Great One (Tallman) 3 Coldstream (Bresnahan) 5 The Mad Baron (Boucher) I Ark Time (Kelly) . 7TH-1 Mile, 5000, Pace 3 Joey Champ (Bresnahan) 1 Brill (Greene) 7 Raphael (Tallman) AE-1 Adios Waverly (HFilion) 5 Poplar Eddie (Lamb) 8 Armbro Kiska (HFilion) 2 Rebel Dream (Rathbone) Victorious Bobby Sapienza). 4 Scottish Dancer (Looney) BTH-1 Mile, 10,000, Pace 2 Majestic Jerry (HFilion) 3 Ferric Hanover (Webster) 1 First Front (DFilion) Adiot Bob (Chapman) . 7 Royal Count N (Cantor) 4 Butler Time (Niles) 5 Rostrevor (Tallman) 9TH-1 Mile, 4000, Pac 5 Bye Bye Surprise (HFilion) 3 Zorro Wilson (Quartier) 2 Duck Quick (Worano) t No Surrender (Inokai) 1 Summer Samba (King Jr.) 4 Yolas Pride (Huebsch) 7 Wonder Colt (Morano) 8 Belles. Reporter (Gagliardi) 10TH-1 Mile, 2000, Pac 3 Berry Prince (Inokai) 5 Little Hodge (Gray) 1 Sarah Patricia (Elliott) k Aurelias Boy (Muntz) AE-2 Miss Scarlet Dawn (DFilion) 8 Louies Express (Morano) 4 Haywood Cash (Kinsley) 2 Sherwood Dancer (Evilsizor) AE-1 Botorbo (Du Mont) 7 Fair Flirt (Luchento) 11TH-1 Mile, 2000, Pact 3 Duke Duane (Sica) 2 Chief Pincher (Kelly) AE-1 General Ike (Mansfield) 6 Funny Man (Thomas) 1 Pine Hill King (Jaeger) 4 Brets Robbie (Schryer) AE-2 Staceys Count (Butler) 5 Home Coming (Inokai) 7 King Bret (Williams) 8 Armbro Judo (Poulin) 10-1 10-1 12-1 3- 1 4 1 4- 1 4- 1 5- 1 -l 8 1 . 10-1-15-1 15-1 2-1 5-2 7- 2 4-1 a-1 8- 1 15-1 20-1 20-1 3- 1 7- 2 4- 1 e-1 6-1 8- 1 12-1. 12-1 8-1 2-1 7-2 4-1 4-1 6-1 6-1 12-1 12-1 20-1 2 3- 1 4- 1 4- 1 5- 1 10-1 12-1 3-1 7-2 10-1 20-1 2-1 Y-2 4-1 6-1 6-1 8-1 10-1 12-1 12-1 15-1 3-1 4- 1 5- 1 6- 1 6-1 6-1 8 1 10-1 20-1 But he added, "This doesn't mean the players will be demanding big prizes everywhere." . ' The ILTF, an organization of other tennis groups, presently has responsibility for coordinating worldwide tournaments! The objectives' of the ATP include drafting a code of ethics and rules for professional play and a "fair and honest approach" to Davis Clip : play for frofessionals. ' "Solving the Davis Cup "problem will be our biggest dilemma," Kramer said. He noted that some professionals as Stan Smith are allowed to compete in Davis Cup play while others such as Ashe are banned. The president of the ATP is Cliff Drysdale of South 'Africa. Other officers are Andres Gi-meno of Spain, vice president; Ashe, treasurer; and Ismail El Shafei of Egypt," a co-secretary with Jim McManus of . Berkeley, Calif. ... , Other members include Pancho Gonzales, Bob Lutz . and Charles Pasarell of the United States; Rod Laver, Ken Rose-wall and John Newcbmbe of Australia; Ion Tiriac of Rumania anl Mark Cox of Eng land. : ' Freehold Results 1- Pace. Off lr30. Time 2:04 2 ' ' ' 6 Top Fibre (Luchento) . 4.00 3.60 1 20 4 Whirly Byrd A (Green) 5.40 4.20 1 Buena Laura del tGagnen) ' 3.60 White Banner, Michel Mir, Hot Cargo. Deans Wish, Foresail Also started. 2- Pace, Off 1:52, Time 2:M 2 6 Volo Counsel (Gil t) , 17.40 80S 5 88 1 H AA -Lehigh (Josloff) 7.80 5.40 4 Speedy Rhythm (OawKins) t. 9.40 Raleigh - Van B, Racketeer,- Dill-Docker. Kashmaiden, Dotties Flash-Also started. , . . . . , DAILY DOUBLE 6 8 S2 80 : " ' 3-Trot, Off 3:18, Time 2:05.3 3 Tsar II (lovine) -17.20 10.00 500 2 One Kid (Campbell) - 5.20 3.40 7 Victory Cadet (Tallman) 5.20 Victorious Chris, Floodlight, Prudyi Peanut, Hokey Spoke-Also started. ' SCR-Lady Mite. B, Miss Aiken, Chief Counsel N. EXACTA 3-2 S80 80 4- Pace. Off 2-41, Time 3:06.2 2 Patrick Captain (Gray) -. 16.05 6.28 4 00 4 Burnt Sienna (Smith) , 5.40 3 08 1 Mountain Meadow (DeFonce) 3.20 Gecaro, Burwells. Pride, We Do Grand. Oscar Chip, Grand Parade Also Ijarred. - EXACTA 2-4 S6600 - 5- Pace, Off 3:09, Time 2:06.1. 4 Grand Bob Volo YVaugh) 19.60 1090 J 48 3 Rawhides Heel (Butler) 24.68 12 M . 5 GaveMa Girl (Sliwka) 510 Dominion K Magic, Cherry Shade, Oil- ly Dallyi Joey, Lord Paul, Flight Ado art (DNF)-Also started. EXACTA 4-3 $326 40 , 6-Pace, Off 3:34, Time 2:06.1. .: 3 Watchimtick (Andol'o) 38.48 11.68 3.80 6 Te Kiatere (Bresnahan). 3.68 4.00 S Adios Wonder (McGee) 4.60 Hot Rod Lita, A Dixie Duke, Border-view Bob Lee, Typhoon Harry-Also, started " SCR-Dee Doc, Cool Kitten. " ' EXACTA 3 8 S237.60 7- Pace, Off 4:00. Time 2:03.4 7 William Run (Poulin) 26.80 15 20 3.60 3 Cedar Quest (Butler) 14.20 4.00 1 Dennis Johnston (Morano) 2.40 Nan Cherie, Big Shot Lobell, Chase Me Home, Alton Atlas, Jazzy Chel-Also started. EXACTA 7 3 8401.40 8- Pace. Off 4:25, Time 2:03.3 4 Sandown (LeCause) 6.00 3 80 3.68 1 Tactual (Filion) 5.80 3 00' 1 Loretta Maru (Lighthill) 3.40 Adolph Senator, Edgewood Kevan, Huey, Infinity, Eastern Time Also started. - - ' EXACTA 41 $25 20 9- Pace, Off 4:51, Time 2:05 .4 4 Evans Frost (Lub'co) 12.40 1228 10 48 2 Playful Adios (Punt'lo). .7.20 5 40 3 Bills Special (Thomas) 360 Mountain Frolic, April Tune, Lively Momzer, Lous Irish, Vie Jolly Also started. EXACTA 4-2 $287.89 ' 18-Trot, Off 5: 15, Time 2:07.4 6 Sioux Grandchamp (Schryer) 18.80 8 18 3 80 3 Make It Rock (Rathbone) 4.00 2 80 5 J Js Holiday (Dilino) 3.48 San Juan Freight, Hi Way Flash, Corn Maid, Bobby T. Florlcan. Andy Flight Also started ' EXACTA 6-3 876 80 11-Pace, Off 5:.1, Time 2:06 3 6 Armbro Jasper (Pyott) 16.40 3.80 328 1 Icy Frost (Kays) - . 2.88 2.60 4 His Knight (Skinner) 3.2a Dig me, Shifty Clay, Guy TJomino, Seafield Duke, Success Merle-Alsa) started ' . EXACTA 61 $4140, ATTENOANCE-5,964. HANDLE-$599,400. V r

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