The Post-Standard from Syracuse, New York on June 13, 1973 · Page 38
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38 SYRACUSE POST-STANDARD, June 13, 1973 6-4 Combination Vernon DD s $26.20 Payi VERNON - Prevaricator, which paid $26.20. Little Van . 10-vear-old fielding owned' won the second race. Prevaricator, driven by Dick Macomber, scored its first victory in nine starts this season and won by three lenghts over a longshot, I C W. Society Hup was third. Prevaricator paid $7.00 to win. Syracusan Bill Andrews 8.M am drove Little Van to the win bv Conrad and Linda Zurich of Fayetteville, trotted to victory in the first race at Vernon Downs Tuesday night and led off the 6-4 daily double (Vernon Results ^ FIRST— TROT $959. Prevaricator (Macomber) 7.00 5.40 4.20 T r w fr.llmnnr* 8.80 4.80 %m?:%.2Br*A£od)8f*rtfd: s-balfar? by a half-length over Intrepid KevsSt * Ml in the SeCOnd raCe> The * lEcoNb-MCE^M. 3M 3M year-old colt paced the mile intrepid BUi (Tomasino) " 6.60 4.20 in 2:05 and paid $3.80. It was windy l4? the second win in nine starts Soii^Sobb^ RodMyt protecUonist' for Little Van. "daily double-* and ijjajjj $26.30 Andrews scored his second third— trot $mo " victory of the night in the Skip Jack Hamde (Hammond^ ^ ^ ^ when ^ c!S»iffir(f?aSda)) 360 IS Sister star t0 a one-length Time: 2:07. 'Also started: Gen Mar verdict Over No Excuses and aJKCr w _ Rockey Mite. It was the third win in six starts for 4.M 3.60 3.oo Star, a pacer owned c finget Lakes "\ Results J WMlNr Cloudy. Tra«k fait. Ut-1,500, cl, 4YO up,M. Canto Udy (Vtfiugo) 3 80 3.00 2.40 Bon Amy (WMcKeever) 5.89 4.00 Tony B (Caty) c.00 Oft 1:3). Tim* 1.1444. Wild. Rash Beauty, uogher tip Me, Mr. B't Sior, Pat* Valley, foracati ana ran. ■onma'f Braiinuieii «.<v j.^mu. Off 2:00'A. Tlmt 1:01 4 3. •mi Wa, Amig it farateh-Of I (Daily OtvMt mas* Mr. Picker (Klncon) l to 5*0 gar (Rofto) 4.00 Tima 1:07 3-5. ir, , Beauty Star, Off Tht yal Ego, stars Brass Band. Barba Rosado Triumphs by Head CANANDAIGUA, N.Y. $3.40. Every Morn was third. (UPI) —Barba Rosado came A 1-9 daily double of Canto far off the pace to nip Lady and Joe Steven paid 527.20. A consolation double of 1-2, Canto Lady and Gerry's Sherry, a late scratch, offered $5.20. A crowd of 2,575 bet $228,486. capture the $1,600 feature i$^9^ST&&rNSi race Tuesdav at FinSer Les Hulet guided the winner over 5^ furlongs in 1:08 for payoffs of $12.20, $4.40 and (Exact. 54* 4ttwUM,cl,3VO« I Ramsey (KSmlth) ftoyale (RMcKeever) :54Vi. Time 1:07 2-5. •eggy w'„ Major* cl. JYOupaf. IkQ Roshcul 4.00 2.10 2.M Always Going (Fitigeratd) 5.60 4.60 Quiimat (Whitemen) 6.40 Off 3:19'/2. Time 1:15 2-5 Blue Suede Shoes, Sea Room, Molly O., .Hi Luke, Cicero Geeter also ran. Head and Head to Finish Joe Steven (9), with jockey lvey aboard, battles for the lead with Bonnie's Brat, Leslie Hulet riding, in the 9 mdn. 3YO up 4'/j f. je(Ehlers) 11.40 stretch during the second race, won by Joe Steven yesterday at Finger Lakes. Winner paid $4.60. EXACT A— -5 and 1 paid S25.40 FOURTH— PACE, $900, Magic Needle (McWulty) Byron LobeU (Tt. Smith Jr.. Henry Swan (A. Mondi) Time:2:05.3. Also started er. Pretty Butler. Call Me htv Rlaht. FIFTH-PACE. SS50. 4.40 3.00 Thnmficnn Sfflh1*>e f\( PnlaclH «y- There was a huge payoff $2,962.40 on the 6-5-1 trifecta. ...... 13 o 11 1 i no 7*m tntiHftH Vm S (Franklin) 8:60 4.20 Ji.JW * 6l"v,v'u J string Tocon (Richards) b.w a.w provisional driver Phil Ta-UxS?: SKUS Newport 2 fone, won the race with Sel- dyship. Bye Bye General vin add* or Sister ^ by a b. ( Belmont >ulaski. \^ payoff of Results ") Yanks Trade C Fin^-ts ) Keiacn to Otf 3:45'/i. Time :56 Traveling Son, Beaver Valley, Wedren, Beaux SuKIa, Ctinticket, North Park Lanes. Prince Relic also ran. 7th~1,S00 Cl. 3YO up 5 f. Bad Benny (Rincon) 2.10 2.60 2.40 Bar H Rullah (Vedilaoo) 6.00 3.40 Mitis Dream (R Mckeever) 3.40 Off 4:ll'/3. Time 1:01 1-5 Cherspeed, Sonic Son, Joan Higbee, Cherionade also ran. Exacta e-3 paid 114.40 By The Associated P : In Anna CGUmour) «.00 4.» 3.20 Bennle MeiWim txaione) Tarstar Grauan (DrSaaiia) Time— 5:04. Also Started: Time. Po Doug. Maatertlm*. T filvENTH-PACE. 1900. Orbit Brook (McNulty) 6 juliaa spy (Arthurs) Add Frisco (Rugglero) THtt>ih_5 :f» 3. Also Atarted toy. Rlva Ridge. Genesea Laird. tium miss aetuiiu atiu kuu a Gay Gay Gay (JVasquei Dpw third Off 1:30. Time 1:11 4-5. VeVJ Ulira. Do, To Dot# Moon|ight Serenade, Li Caroline, Swoon's Lagoon, Cockati Miss Rap also ran. -7,000, CI, JTW, I- Jnlentlonally tRAPineda) J:| Indians Win f a As Williams, M Ellis Connect Off 2:00. Time 1:18 3-5. EXACTA-3 and 4 paid $150.60 jHTH — PACE $1,200 - star (Andrews) 7.60 AM A Dr;v Olacotnberi ^Vernon Entries ^ ? Cold Spring Beauly, G. WAugh7-0-Q .ndrews .. 6-0-0 r Flanagan, Canton . CLEVELAND (AP) - Walt Williams and John Ellis smacked home runs to power the Cleveland Indians to a 5-4 victor y over the Texas Rangers Tuesday night. Williams unloaded his first homer of the season with one aboard in the third, and Ellis added his two-run shot, No. 2 of the year, in the sixth. The Rangers took a 1-0 lead when leadoff hatter Dave Nelson ripped his fourth home run off starter and winner Milt Wilcox. 4-3. 4 The Indians tied the game in the third on Buddy Bell's run-scoring triple and went ahead on Williams* homer. The Rangers regained the lead, 4-3, in the sixth on four singles and two hit batsmen, but Ellis's homer in the bottom of the inning put Cleve- top to stav. TEXAS CLEVELAND iriangcl (MCastaneda) 4th-7,500, cl, mdns 2 i 2YO, 5': 3 Foolin Dad (Hirsl^s) 77.8 ivi;ii<? Bananoi (RAPincdai Never Call Re'rea: (Wai:^; Off 3 00. Time 1:6 Homenc. The Irci Key, R Karl S al™ ^ ^ pa.d s?3- 5fh-7.500, cl, 3YO I , 7 f. C/!,7.-\-; J 2D 3 00 enue. Day Of Magic, Hazy Nation. J 7th— 20,000, ale, 3YO up, 6 f. Never Hula (Cordero) 12 2C Tunrta (EMaple) Tenderly Blum) ^ ^ ^ ^ Bambarella. Lucie Honey, v Impie Emperor !R Tu Royal Gig (EMaple)^ OM 5:04. Time 1 1 Fusilier, 7vV WCjiver^^ .... 5-3 3 J J anrhbi ^ flbrhbl Ocean also ran. 4 Sand Dollar, Desiardini .... 3-5-3 8-1 Carty H J 0 0 0 RTorrewf 0 0 0 0 9th-12.000. d, 3YO up. 1 M6 1. (turf) 5 1m Rc>bli-\ Canton 8-4-7 10-1 AJ;hnsn (Jh 3 0 10 Hcndrick cf J I 1 0 EP>c journey (JVclasqU«l ^ j 6 PlicKa E-ares*, Nichols .... 3-6-5 5-1 s^r-n.-er lu 4 12 1 SpiKes rf o 0 0 0 14.00 6.80 4.60 8-Volatil 2nd Crdr 4.00 7.SC 7 Flirth. Ba'<j,vin O-C-0 6-1 Bi!;.,1(,st 2 0 0 0 Eiln c 3 122 Congressional (JVasauez) 3.6C 8 Brm.on Hanover, Larlee .... 2-2-2 5-2 «.;<r<!: c l 0 0 0 RLoiichdh 3 0 0 0 Off 5:34. Time 1 :J1 1-5- . _ ^ , FOURTH - PACE, 1900. [- -r-c-' <'. 3 0 11 Chmbliss 'h 3 0 1 G G. Lafayette. Romeo Lad. Gary s 1 Dickie Byrd, Loomij 4-5-0 S I ni;rriy:hi ph 1 0 0 0 Regiand 2b 3 0 0 0 Crcwn. Bull Bayou, Heiio Rise, Bclen atso ? W!lVJJJ'^ ^j^g:, JJ5?iero " HI J"! u"'r''* ' f ^ 0 0 0 Cardenas ss 2100 ran. ^ 6 Magnolifti Abbe, DePaul 3-1 ocqtw^.i p 0 0 0 0 ■ Sg^ to,, 3I-4II Tea, 2T5-7I ADDED TO ABA STAFF 1 SlJyVo AboI'MaSuiiiin u-7 s-i aexvV,and oSSSSS-s NEW YORK (AP) 2 Oneoakey, Gilmour 1-2-0 3-1 E_Hdrris, Chambliss. DP-T«xas 3. ^ „ , „ , ... . 3 Scaford, G. Sears 4-4-4 <J-1 LOB— Texas 5. Cleveland 1. 2B^ GeOTgC Conley of Ashland, Cleveland CLEVELAND (UPI) -Mike Kekich, the Yankee pitcher who was involved in t h e wifeswapping incident with teammate Fritz Peterson, was traded by New York to the Cleveland Indians Tuesday in exchange for minor league righthander Lowell Palmer and a player to be named later. "Kekich proved to me he is capable of pitching in the big leagues and he will be an asset to our pitching staff," said Cleveland General Manager Phil Seghi. Kekich has been in five games for the Yankees, making four starts. He has a 1-1 record, the victory coming on a shutout and earned-run-av- : e erage of 9.20. Just a few days ago, there was a false report {g that he had been traded to oo Atlanta in the deal that to, brought Pat Dobson to the Si: Yankees. ~ With Cleveland starters — Milt Wilcox and Dick Tidrow ■j{ leaving for military service 40 this weekend, Manager Ken cd Aspromonte plans to use Kekich in a starting role and will eo give him his first start as an « Indian Sunday against Kansas t Cit>- k Palmer has been pitching - with Oklahoma City and will remain with the American Association club, although now property of the Yankees. 5 Frosty Lad, J. Bailey 6-8-7 8-1 6 Great Hannah, G. Waugh ....2-6-6 5-1 7 Billie Boy Rogue, McNulty 4-5-2 5-1 I Presto Hanover, Canton .... 7-0-0 10-1 2 Byrd lime. Deslardln* . I Coalmont Frank. G. Sean .. 4-1-3 9-2 SB-D.NeUon. Wilu wulftCU 1,1 u"- 6 5402 Atlantic coast Conference m j o o i 2 recent years, was added to 2ooo3 the American Basketball As* Biu?ngrKV-2™x sociation's referee staff Tuesday. Flyers Sign AHL Star Kindrachuk MONTREAL (AP) - The Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League announced Tuesday they had signed center Orest Kindrachuk to a multi-year contract. Kindrachuk played with Richmond of the American Hockey League last season SEVENTH - PACE, $750. 3 Go M D, Brelia 4 Lochinvar Robbie, I 5 Paddys Night, Tafo NINTH - PACE, *900. * Speedy, Macombtr . 4-4-4 8-1 7-5-7 10-1 4 K««n» Express, Esisensfaedt 5-6-5 10-1 5 Erin* Dream, Franklin .... 6-0-0 8-1 « Dungaree, Ren a ud... f-3-3 6-] 7 Lonepln* Cassie. G. Sears .. 1-5-2 5-1 I Lyie Lobell, R. Smith Jr 3-3-8 5-2 ( Vernon Picks. 3 j-Fllrtfcu Bronson Hanover. Fuailler. 4— Smart Fr«tfe» Frijco Clem, Ltbt- Forsty l*d. Presto Hano Frank, Viva ZabnU, Banlcer, Mill Josella. Scots Tan* Peter Botf. obeli. Golden Tonyf Erlna Packers Get Dave Robinson MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI) - Retired Green Bay Packer linebacker Dave Robinson, an all-pro selection four times, announced Tuesday he is quitting a joh with a brewing company and has signed a three-year contract with the Washington Kedskins. ; Robinson retired at the end ' of last season, his lath with i the Packers, and whs traded to the Redskins for a future draft choice. The Redskins ! knew he had retired but 1 coach (leorse Allen felt he j could lure him hack and he did. ! IDad... June 17th. FAIRLANE GOLF SHOES $15.99 100% GUARANTEED WATERPROOF! Ml* an m V Red/White/Blue Black Crocodile Print and Whit* Brown Crocodile Print and White Cushion Insoles Regularly Priced at $24. MASTER CHARGE PARK BRANNOCK CHARGE Virst Post 1:30 <EOT) lit-i.soo, ci, 3YQ up, avi f- za Easter bam i AndChncry 8th-im cl, 3YO up, SVj f. Off 4:38, Time 1:08. Big Sea Waters, Batl lation, Mr. Colorado ai 9th-U0O cl. 3YOup 1 Strntcborfj (Cosoy Star's Peter Ppr 118 xGeneralAnthny 109 2nd-U500, c\, mdn 3YO up, 6 K Hamps Mahogany Red 120 Proud Conmndr HO What A xxLady Of Stars 108 AJ's Delight 112 *lso ran. Catherine's Girl 107 Rolling Along 120 Tharos Queen 115 Small Wager Annual Spin T20 Heafbee Riyhf Noiholore 115 Silver Rob Cachito Gal 107 3rd-U0O, Cl, 3YO op, 5- 2 f. PrideHo 1M Big Witness Netties Courage 113 Can Step Up J'lago) 4,60 2.80 2.80 Advice? Militix Superior Sel, >reot Day, Shovel, Aero Spin Exacta 1*5 paid 112.M [17 n-Clcver Devil j!5 | Finger Lakes | IS V Selections J iu ^ 1-Salban, Yo\ingsler, Law and Chan- 2-Cachlto Gal, Annual Spin. Al's ^-Tardy-Outhouse entry i»h-1,60O, cl, 3YO up, « ■tec CrceK H7 Blui Ph^nfomi Den Slmrkry. TviifHlnc. ^ Belmont Picks ^ ?-R<mc Tip T., Majestic Native, Plca',< 3— Flambe Fun, Grand Banonanza, W.r -Quad Khale, Dulan, Bertiliion, Di^an -Exproprtate, Regai kout. King ^Fortunate, Astray, Rocky Moui I Almost Forgot Father's Day! Good thing 1 remembered in time! And good thing there's Gary's. Gary's big selection will make it easy to choose just the right gift. Wonder what Dad would like best — maybe a nice tie? Or how about one of those beautiful knit shirts by Van Heusen? Maybe a pair of Haggar knit slacks. Eetter yet, why don't I show him I really care, with Q super-new knit suit by Eagle. Or, maybe I should leave it up to Dad and give him a Gary's gift certificate. Gary's has sizes for every man, so there won't be any problem when Dad uses his certificate. And with all of Gary's famous-name brands (like Arnold Palmer and many others), Dad will find plenty to choose Better get over to Gary's fast, though — Father's Day is Sunday! Sure glad I remembered Gary's — - Northern Lights and Valley Plaza. Now all I have to do is osk Mom to drive me over. BINHAM ACCEPTS TERMS HOUSTON (UPI) - Greg Bingham, u fourth round draft choice who will be con-verted into a middle 19nebacker. has made a con-tract agreement with the Houston Oilers. It was announced Wednesday. Bingham. 6-2, 225, played middle guard for Purdue. 5— Expropriate, Regal Rout. King RoH ortunate, Astray, Kocry Mouni i Hot Pursuit, Provincial, Patsy's Lil Veil, Buddy Frlcdrichs, . Rctroact. Sunny BcJct' Beaukins Plan Rookie Camp GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — The Carolina Cougars of the American Basketball As-soriation will hold their annual rookie camp June 17-22 at Elon College in Burlington, N.C, club officials announced TUES-DAY. ^^^^^^^^ Tkste Windsor instead. Very remarkably priced. ^^^^^^ Just tast^ you may never go back to your J/^ usual whisky. Windsor is the ^| Western I^H^^^^BBf^H water ,rom S|acier'fed springs, ^HK. \ '-:9HPm|^B and aged in the clear dry air of ^^Tj^ll^^^B the Canadian Rockies. The smoAthesf whiskv ever to come out of Canada.

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