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r :tiXtfrLTS Belmont Park FIRST: Surely Roval, R. A. Hernandez 10.40 5.60 3.80 Sunny Landing, MaMe 10.20 7.00 AuxlHo.FeK 5.20 Time: 1:1145 Scratched River Runner, Sugar Tom, Donz.lt 2D. SECOND: Balancer, Amy 16.40 6.00 3.80 Fori Meckiaw, Fell 3.60 2.80 Sir Prove II, Caulhen 3.60 Time: 1:1045 Dally Double (1-4) pld 597.80 Scratched Pally D'Baker, Mighty Strong. THIRD: Suloma, Velasquez 10.80 4.80 2.N Wes Gaffer, Caulhen 4.60 2.80 Pride Of Naskra, Amy 5.60 Time: 137 35 Eiacla (7-1) paid SSS.20 Scratched Special Tiger, Fair Man. FOURTH: French La,Cruguel 5.60 3.60 2.40 Ruana, Borden 5.40 3.20 Toys Are Fun, Velasquez 2.60 Time: 1:44 35 Scratched Coreelale, Davak Nights, Rapid March, Irish Noel, Royal Assagai, Svnlab. FIFTH: Magic Moment 2D, Cordero 4.20 3.00 2.40 Red Manifesto, Cruguel 5.40 2.80 Gen. PIHow, Santiago 2.60 Time: 1:11 Eitacta (2-9) paid S30.00 Scratched Ed Calnan, Christopher Wren, Kings Fashion, Take The Point. SIXTH: Bacon and Eggs, Fell 7.00 4.40 3.80 Sans View, Samyn 5.80 4.00 Pokers Hope, Miranda 9.00 Time 1:1025. No scratches. SEVENTH: Knight's Tale, Velasquez 3.60 2.80 2.60 Buck'n Fool, Cordero 10.20 5.40 Wllllamstown, Nazareth 5.60 Time 1:4245. Exacla 2-3 Paid $33.80. Scratched Daranstone, Bronze Comet, Sensitive Sam, Mlllden, Cleft, Dancing Wizard, Parol, Hereditary, Blue Baron. EIGHTH: Ring of Light, Santiago 55.40 18.60 8.40 Nasty and Bold, Samyn 4.40 3.20 WlnterkKk, Cordero 5.60 Time 1:0935. No scratches. NINTH: Royal Tuff le, Santiago 10.80 5.40 4.40 Finney Flnsler.Graell 9.80 8.80 Purchase Street, Miranda 7.00 Time 1:51 25. Triple 6-5-4 Paid S687.00. Scratched Mounlbatlen, Sewlckley Lark, Joel Ethan. , Attendance 15,594. Handle 2,07,254. Belmont OTB First: K-8.80, 5.40, 3.80,' A-11.60, 6.00; F-5.00; Scralches-B,D,G Second: C-19.20, 9.20, 4 20; DU-4.40, 3.00; L-2.80; Daily Double-K-C-100.40,Scratches-G,l Third: G-17.80, 5.00, 3.80: A-3.40, 3.00; C-4.80; Exacla-G-A-67.20; Scratches-H,l Fourth: E-5.80, 4.20, 2.60; B-6.80, 3.80; C-2.20; Scralches-A,G,H,U,L Fifth: B-3.60, 3.00, 2.20; K-7.60, 3.20; 1-2.60; Ex-cta-B-K-37.80,Scratcbes-E,GHJ Slum: G-11.60, 5.80, 5.00; E-13.40, 20.20; D-9.00 Seventh: B-3.40, 2.60, 2.40; D-e.80,3.40; G-6.20; Eacta-B-D-30.60;Scralches-C,E,F,l,K,Ln,N,P Eighth: A-32.60, 15.20, 6.60; H-4.00, 2.60; C-5.20 Ninth: H-16.00, 8.20, 5.40; E-10.60, 6.80; D-6.60; TrWe-H-E-D-907.40; M box-453.70; Scralches-A,F,C MutuelHandle-322,253 Calder FIRST: Southern General, Barrow Raise The Rhythm, Aslorga Whlttower, Smith Time, 1:0035. No scratches. SECOND: Nanrob.Astorga Janetlca, Garcia Sunnvtiekfs, Giovanni 11.00 6.00 4.40 8.60 6 20 10.00 18.00 6.80 5.40 5.60 3.60 3.40 Time, 10245. Miss Red Hot disqualified from 3d to 5th Perfecta (6-4) paid $95.80. Dally Double (4-6) paid $93.60. Scratches: Headlrlp, Twlrly Wirly Glrly, Jest Go. THIRD: Singing Monarch, Saumell 14.80 7.60 5.00 Adarve, Barrow 20.20 6.40 Corsarla, Knight . 2.80 ' Time, 1-50 25. Perfecta (3-5) paid $260.20. No scratches. FOURTH: Fighting Dancer, Mlze 5.00 3.60 2.80 MarwarsMisl.Avlles 6.60 3.40 Slb'sJackpol,Kurek 3.60 Time, 1:1345. Perfecta (8-10) paid $32.40. Trifecta (8-10-9) paid $126.20. Scratches: Top Hope, Mohammedan Miss, Ja-siirs Cap, Bienden Time. FIFTH: AH Alabaster, Smith 11.20 3.40 2.60 Refundable, Mlze 2.20 2.40 Sunset Harbor, Hussey 3.00 JAIA1AI Winning made Easy for Information Write VAS METIICDS P.O. Bex 2577 , Wolerbury, 0. 06723 Saturday 2 Junel0.7:30rM ij Action Packed ISTOCKCAR! ! RACES ! PLUS FIGURE I RIVERSIDE PARK I ROUTE 159 ACAWAM, MASS. I FREE PARKING I I Time, 1:1341 . Perfecta (6-5) paid $27.20 No Scratches. SIXTH: Delete, Beam 7.80 Catch Prince, Giovanni Charade, Noble Time: 1:13. Perfecta (5-9) Paid $34.00. Trifecta (5-9-4) Paid $399.40. No Scratches. SEVENTH: Pisces' Dream, Smith 4.80 Budding Actor, Houser Nindlpa, Jimenez Time: 1:4435. Perfecta (5-2) Paid $23.40. No Scratches. Eif.HTH: To Tne Palace, Rodriguez ' 13.60 Extra Sharp, Saumell Oklahoma Roper, Smith Time: 1:4535. Perfecta (8-4) Paid $103.40. Trifecta (8-4-7) Paid $1,188.40. No Scratches. NINTH: Precocious Lass, Smith 3.20 Pretty Perty, Saumell Miss Irish Gold, Houser Tlme::5945. Perfecta (1-6) Paid $14.60. No Scratches. TENTH: Three Ws, Knight 7.40 Cash! Ling, Smith Hoop's Joy, Hussey Time: 1:48 25. Perfecta (1-5) Paid $13.60. Trifecta (1-5-2) Paid $66.00. No Scratches. Attendance 7340. Handle $821,340. Suffolk Downs 4.80 4.40 4.00 3.40 7.60 3.00 2.40 5.60 3.00 3.40 6.20 5.60 7.80 4.60 6.00 2.60 2.20 4.60 3.00 3.60 3.40 2.80 3.00 2.40 3.80 FIRST: Wave The Flag, Carrasco Fanatical, Capalbo Mlghly Quest, Amlco Time: 1:13 15 Scratched Steetfa. SECOND: Night Surprise, Santos Toy Decree, Palomino 6.60 3.80 7.80 3.00 4.00 2.40' 52.80 20.00 5.80 8.00 3.60 3.20 Time To Burn, Plmeniel Time: 1:1445 Dally Double (6-3) paid $183.00 Perfecta (3-5) paid $225.20 Scratched Menee. THIRD: Oscoda, Santos Hold Up Man, Swatman Prinzorblt, Broussard Time: 1:1325 Perfecta (5-7) paid $27.20 No scratches. i FOURTH: Second Episode, Carrasco 4.20 5.20 3.20 3.20 3.40 5.60 3.40 10.80 2.60 3.20 2.60 Moon Baby, Avala Roger's Time, Gago Time 1:14 45 No scratches. FIFTH: Buzzdidlt.Seabo Gallant Chance, Amlco EasyOrNot.Feagin Time: 1:13 45 Trifecta ( 1-8-7) paid $614.60 No scratches. SIXTH Jewelry Buyer, Amlco Ce Roe's Delight, Capalbo Dawn Threader, Seabo Time: 1:1245 Scratched Shout The Crowd SEVENTH Traveling Tony, Feagtn Capetle.Boudrot Goodbye Again, Carrasco Time: 1:1435 Perfecta (3-7) paid $21.00 Scratched Dan Dan EIGHTH Rainbow Serenade, McCloskev Copy Desk Command, Boudrol .Iron Marble, Swatman Time: 1:1335 Scratched Winter Fire NINTH Vieled Threat, Feagln Brian B. Run, Halre Try Behaving, Boudrot Time: 1:49 15 $5. Perfecta (3-1) paid $102.00 No scratches Attendance: 5,146 Handle: $528,512 iVarragansett FIRST: Brown 'N Sharp, Sanchez Untouchable Girl, Matise Sallno, Shaffer Time 1:03 No scratches. SECOND: 4.80 8.60 3.40 5.60 3.40 3.20 3.40 4.60 3.60 4.80 3.00 2.40 3.00 2.80 2.80 9.20 3.80 2.80 3.00 2.80 3.20 8.80 4.00 2.60 3.80 2.20 2.20 6.40 4.60 2.80 11.00 5.80 28.40 Wengorlck, Martinez 29.80 9.60 3.60 10.40 4.20 2.60 Ken, Savage Imonarose, Barlbaull Time 1:1435 Oallv double1! 10-9) paid $100.60 Perfecta (9-1) paid $1,583.20 Scratched Moiave Chief. THIRD: Learsi.Marshman HaldenMar,Curtin Morcln.Manin Time 101 15 Perfecta (2-6) paid $12.00 No scratches. 4.20 2.80 2.60 2.80 2.60 5.20 FOURTH: Golden Arrow, R lemers Blm's Road, Marshman Be Saved, Corneille Time: 1:01 25. Perfecta (4-5) Paid $613.60. Scratched Ralnv Road. FIFTH: Keep Needlln, Savage Hey Barmaid, Mohammed Ted's Birthday, Cornlelle Time: 1:0025. Perfecta (6-5) Paid $15.80. No Scratches. SIXTH: Mr. Big Boss, Trenger Raki, Barlbaull Com Perry, Maeda Time: 1745. Perfecta (7-1) Paid $10.00. No Scratches. 71.00 25.40 6.20 11.60 9.40 3.40 4.00 3.00 2.20 4.00 2.20 2.20 5.00 2.60 2.60 2.80 2.80 3.80 Hartford Gaelic Slates Home Opener Sunday The Hartford Minor Gaelic football team will play its home opener against Greenwich-Stamford Sunday at the Irish-American Club in Glastonbury, beginning at 1:00 p.m. First Time Ever... COME and SEE IN PERSON "HANK" AARON HIT. THROW and RUN Against JOAN. JOYCE World's Greatest Women's Softball Pitcher SUN.. JUNE 25th HALL HIGH STADIUM West Hartford Also CONN. FALCONS vs. CONN'S KINGS 2500 Free MacDonald's French Fries Coupons 2500 Free Balloons Ceremony 1:30 PM GAME 2.-GQ PM Benefit CAMP COURANT TIMES FARM CAMP GIH'I ADM. 2" . Ocasio Scores Upset, Decisions Jim Young LAS VEGAS, Nev.(AP)-Ossie Ocasio scored a major upset Friday night by winning a 10-round, split decision over Jimmy Young, a leading heavyweight contender. Ocasio was aggressive for much of the fight and it ap- Earently turned the bout in is favor in the eyes of two judges. David Moretti had Young winning 47-43, but Bill Kipp and Lou Tabot favored the young Puerto Rican 46-45 and 46-44, respectively. It was the 12th straight victory for the unbeaten Ocasio, and it will give him a major boost in the heavyweight division. The immediate effect of the loss by Young, ranked No. 1 by the World Boxing Council and second by the World Boxing Association, cannot be immediately told. Young, weighing 220 and carrying a roll of fat around his middle, was once again a Lamp One-Hitter Leads Cubs, 5-0 CHICAGO (AP) Dennis Lamp pitched a one-hitter and Dave Kingman blasted a two-run homer in the first inning Friday to lead the Chicago Cubs to a 5-0 victory over the San Diego Padres. Lamp, gaining only his second victory against five losses, helped his own cause Crawford Four Wins State PGA Pro-Am Event GLASTONBURY - The team of pro Terry Crawford and amateurs Pat Hollis, Mary Michels and Betty Webster turned in a score of 29-27-56 and won the Connecticut PGA Pro-Lady Pro-Am Friday at Minne- chaug Country Club. Crawford is from the H. B. Brownson Golf Club in Huntington. Ralph DeNicola of Manchester carded a four-under Ear 71 to cop low pro honors y four strokes over Paul Ryiz (Wethersfield), Tom Nigro (Torrington) and Chuck Lasher (Clinton). CONN. PGA PRO-LADY PRO-AM AtlMinnecltaug CC Lew Pros Ralph DeNlcolo (Manchester), 33-34-67; Paul Rvli (Wethersfield), 35-36-71; Tom Nlgro (Torrington), 36-35-71; Chuck Lasher (Clinton), 36-35-71; Dave Dlrlco (Quadoag), 37-35-72; Tom Dirico (Cohasse), 35-37-72; Tex Kane (Pilgrim Harbor), 35-37-72; Frank Sarro (Tumble Brook), 39-33-72. Lew Teams Terry Crawford (H. B. Brownson), Pat Hollls, Mary Michels, Beltv Webster, 29-27-56; Bob Kav (Wampanoag), Mrs. William Colter, Mrs. Richard Economu, Miss Elaine Bowman, 28-30-58; Bob Sheaffer (Ellington Ridge), Marcl Maslev, Gail Sokolov, Judy Tartaglia, 30-28-58; Orew Pierson (Edgewood), Harriet Pierson, Charlotte Selffert, Bertha Dadnik, 29-30-59. Friday's Results At Milford Jai Alai FIRST: 8 Asll-Urla a Urrutla-lriondo I 2 Malax-MiHcua Qulniela: 68.8 Paid $85.80. Exacla: 88,6 Paid S216.00. Trifecta: 8-6-2 Paid 81,832.70. SECOND: 2 Urrulla-Mlguel 3 Tomas-Marlln V Astl-Mlllcua Qulniela: 28,3 Paid $50.40. Exacta: 28,3 Paid $139.20. Trifecta: 2-3-1 Paid $396.30. THIRO: 2 Garcla-Marlln 4 Plnedo-Mllicua 7 Urrulia-Juanlto Qulniela: 214 Paid $37.00. Exacta: 28.4 Pald$l38.60. Trifecta: 2-4-7 Paid $1,351.50. FOURTH: 8 Urla 5 Irlondol 3 lluarle Qulniela: 58,8 Paid $55.00. Exacta: 8&5Pald$ll5. 50. Trifecta: 8-5-3 Paid $265.50. FIFTH: 4 Tomas-Uria 6 Mlnle-Mlguel 3 lluarle-Juenllo Qulniela: (4-8) paid $35.40. Exacla: (4-8) paid $139.20. Trifecta: (4-8-3)paid $498.60. SIXTH: 1 Pedro-Sanlana Klrby-Ochlto 4 Mlnle-Zaran Qulniela 1-8 $39.80 Exacla 1-81111.30 Trifecta 1-8-4 $539.10 SEVENTH: 8 Alex 2- Mlnte 4 Pradera Qulniela 2-8 $41.20. Exacla $-2 SI 17 60. Trifecta 8-2-4 $941.10. EIGHTH: 6 Larrea-Ochlto 4 Gorosll-Elona II V Ulacla-Arregul I Qulniela 4-6 pa Id $43.60 Exacta 6-4 paid$115.50 Trifecta 6-4-1 paid $419.10 12.40 4.60 3.60 5.80 6.00 4.20 17.60 7.80 3.40 5.20 2.80 2.60 15.80 5 00 4.00 6.00 5.20 5.00 11.00 6.40 3.60 9.20 4.00 4.60 5.60 5.20 3.00 8.40 4.00 3.80 8.80 5.00 3.20 8.80 5.20 3.40 13.60 10.60 4 00 5.40 3.80 5.00 11.20 4.60 3.00 7.40.m4.00 4.00 GUARANTEED KUney Bock Etffmrua W Day BULLETIN: St4 oH th xt, all of lh claims, (Hp all trw coupons, f, ttitn M4t Tin Mia no before you buy. f It moot or Beat any adverttiad price) on any nw Mndo car or I ruck wrm m Af. Offer expire June 1 7. JfOII: I have hundreds aP I Jl . El... Lancloe, new oikI une) I , -tar Immediate d 1 j Rut 5, bit Windsor ) SeclvSi4UNon master of defense, but his lack of offense hurt him. Young went well to the body but did little punching to the head, except for occasional jabs. He did throw one or two combinations to the head, but Ocasio was much more effective there. The loss, coming on a card which featured Ken Norton's WBC heavyweight title defense against Larry Holmes, was Young's seventh against 22 victories and two losses. The two judges that voted for Ocasio gave him a big lead in the early rounds, with Tabot scoring the first oour rounds for the Puerto Rican. In those early rounds, Young did look lethargic. Young had everything to lose, and he might have, at least as far as a heavyweight title shot in the near future is concerned. Ocasio, who weighed 205, was in the position of helping his career by just looking good. He did more than that. with a pair of run-scoring singles as the first-place Cubs captured their seventh victor in their last eight starts. Lamp, a 25-year old righthander, had a no-hitter going until Gene Richards singled with two out in the sixth inning. The only other baserunner for the Padres was Gene Tenace, who walked in both the second and seventh innings. Lamp struck out two. Kingman, the National League's home run leader, walloped his 13th of the season after Gene Clines had doubled off loser Bob Ow-chinko, 3-6. Hartford Jai Alai FIRST: 3 Arrlaga ll-Barturen I Pele-Serglo 8 Arrl-Olave Qulniela 1-32600 Perfecta 3-178.00 Trifecta 3-1-8 707.40 SECOND: 5 Arri-lsoa 3 Pele-Asls II 1 J.J. Sebastian Qulniela 3-5 34.80 Perfecta 5-3 U3.1Q Trifecta 5-3-1 670.80 THIRD: 7 Arrl-Sebaslian 1 Zegul-lspa 6 Gorostola-Asis II Qulniela 1-7 38.40 Perfecta 7-1 133.50 Trifecta 7-1-6 793.20 FOURTH: 5 Carea I J.J. 8.20 5.40 6.20 13.60 15.40 7.40 20.80 8.60 7.40 14.80 8.80 6.40 Qulniela 2-5 38.60 Perfecta 5-2 138.30 Trifecta 5-2-1 1,190.40 FIFTH: 4- Ceno-Asisll 18.20 8.60 5 Arrlaga ll-Ramon 6.80 2 Goroslola-Barturen Qulniela: (4-5) paid $93.60. Perfecta: (4-5) paid $345.30. Trifecta: (4-5-2) paid $2,417.10. SIXTH: 7- Bascaran-Aslsll 16.00 7.80 5 Aica-lsoa 7.60 4 Arrlaga ll-Ecenarr Qulniela: (5-7) paid $47.00. Perfecta: (7-5) paid $143.10. Trifecta: (7-5-4) paid $702.90. SEVENTH: 8- Gorostola 17.00 11.80 3- Gerlta 8.20 5 Gomalei Qulniela: (3-8) paid $51.20. Perfecta: (8-3) paid $127.20. Trifecta: (8-3-5) paid $948.30. EIGHTH: 8 Urlerte-Ramon 9.80 18.40 2 Rodrlguei-Javier 6.80 1 Arrlaga ll-Garila Qulniela: (2-8) paid $47.00. Perfecla: (8-2) paid $133.20. Trifecta: (8-2-l)pald$U06.50. 9.00 4.20 3.60 Plainfield Greyhound FIRST Yankee Course (D): 4 It's Dinah 10.00 5 Thlnkin Again t Roval Arroyo Time: 40:18 Qulniela 4 8, 5 Pd. $20.80 Trifecta 4-5-8 Pd $586.80 SECOND 516(6): 5 London Tare 14.40 I She's A Cadillac 1 McBarnev t Time: 3 1:44 Qulniela 5 & 8 Pd. $46.40 6.00 box Trifecta 1-5-8 Pd. $551.00 Daily Double 4 & 5 Pd. $97.80 THIRD -5 16 (M): 7 Fenian 5.60 4 Lively Lena 1 Tracy's Joy Time: 323 Quinlela47Pd $15.00 Trifecta 7-4-2 Pd. $477.00 FOURTH 5 16(D): 5 Star Bound 8.00 1 Pretty Ring I Melody King Time: 31:53 Qulniela 18, 5 Pd. $15.40 Trifecta 5-1-8 Pd.$126.IO FIFTH 516(0): 4 True Temper 12.00 1 Doll Right 6 Map's Red Bone Time: 31:69 Qulniela 18. 4 Pd $26.40 Trlfecla 4-1-6 Pd. $327.90 SIXTH Yankee Course (C): Bay Tide 21.20 4 Cool Mil I Qulckasatlash Time: 40:08 Qulniela 3& 4 Pd $82.20 6.00 Box Trlfecla 1-3-4 Pd. $818.10 4.80 3.40 4.00 3.40 4.60 8.00 4.60 5.40 5.00 5.80 3.00 3.20 3.60 17.40 5.40 5.60 4.00 2.60 3.80 3.40 2.80 3.20 3 00 3.00 7.60 7.20 8.60 4.60 4.40 7W (mem ' 2V Falcons Win Opener, 1-0 MERIDEN - Donna Terry pitched a five-hitter and knocked in the game's only run with a triple in the seventh inning as the Connecticut Falcons nipped St. Louis, 1-0, Friday in the first game of a Women's Professional Softball Association doubleheader at Falcon Field. With one out in the seventh, Linda McNarran singled before Terry belted the game-winning hit. The victory was Terry's second of the season without a defeat. FIRSTGAME CONNECTICUT 1, ST. LOUIS 0 St. Louis 000 000 0-0 5 0 Connecticut 000 000 11 4 0 Henderson and Wells; Terry and Allison. WP Terry (2-0); LP-Henderson (4-2). Vasquez To Wrestle In National Event Bulkeley High School's Sammy Vasquez will represent Connecticut in the National AAU Wrestling Tournament at Concordia College in Illinois, June 10 and 11. Vasquez has won the Connecticut AAU Championship in the Elite Division at 123 pounds and holds two high school state championships. Thursday Night Narragansett ... SEVENTH: Breezs Delight, Smith 32.40 14.40 Roval Rainbow, Plolkin 5.00 Ardllo Riga, Daniels Time 108 Perfecta, 9-2 paid $188.20 Scratched Bin Growing EIGHTH: FredW.Curlln 6.80 3.20 Jack and Game, Martinez 3.80 Rich Fool, Santos Time 1:48 Perfecta, 5-4 paid $19.20 Scratched Alex Is Mlron, Boris NINTH: Dancer's Hope, Sanchez 16.80 5.20 Frlpp, Lopez 3.00 Pellte Charlie, Shaffer Time 1:15 $2 Trlfecla, 4-1-6 paid $296.20 No scratches Attendance 1,686; Handle $185,064. Thursday Night Hartford Jai Alai FIFTH: 4 J.J.-Sebastian 9.00 4.40 1 Pele-Carea 4.40 5 Gorostola-Serglo Qulniela 1-4 $39.00 Perfecta 4-1 $81.60 Trlfecla 4-1-5S308.40 SIXTH: 2 Rodrlguez-Zoqul 12.80 4.20 8.40 3.60 4.60 2.60 3.00 2.20 2.60 2.60 3.40 3.80 5.00 5.20 3 Ermua-Aslsll 4.80 8 Zabala-Ecenarro Qulniela 2-3J4I.00 Perfecla 2-38127.20 Trifecta 2-3-8 $527. 10 SEVENTH: 4- Zoqul 17.80 5.20 8 Ermua 7.00 6 Garamendl Qulniela 4-8 $52.00 Perfecta 4-8 $165.00 Trlfecla 4-8-6 $1,665.30 EIGHTH: 2 Arrlaga ll-Javier 11.00 7.00 3 Gorostola-Garila 6.80 6 Ermua-Urquiaga Qulniela 2-3 $56.80 Perfecla 2-3 $199.50 Trlfecla 2-3-6 $2,633.70 NINTH: 2 Zabala-Urqulaga 9.80 5.00 3 Bascaran-Ecenarro 6.40 5 Mendl-Garamendi Qulniela 2-3 $48.80 Perfecta 2-3 $174.00 Trlfecla 2-3-5 $1,235.)0 TENTH: 8-Mendl 10.00 8.00 6- Joev M0 2 Bascaran Qulniela 6-8 $32.00 ' Perfecta 8-6 $102.00 Trifecta 8-6-2 $390.00 ELEVENTH: 1 Arrlaga II; Garlla 10.80 8.20 8 Bascaran; Javier 9.00 4 Mendi; Gonzalez Qulniela, 1-8 paid $49.40 Perfecta, 1-8 paid $175.80 Trifecta, 1-8-4 paid $1,158.90 TWELFTH: 3 Bascaran; Garlla 11.80 6.00 2 Zabala Javier 8.00 8 Uriarle; Gonzalez Qulniela, 2-3 paid $36.60 Perfecla, 3-2 paid $128.70 Trifecta, 3-2-8 paid $296.70 Handle 345,412 Attendance 5,089 Thursday Night Milford Jai Alai 3.60 4.20 3.80 4.80 4.60 7.40 SEVENTH: 7 Pradera 1- Minte 2 Palxy Qulniela 1-7 paid $42.60 Exacla 7-1 paid $167.40 Trifecta 7-l-2paid $3,741.60 EIGHTH: 1 Ulacla-Andrlnua 5 Gorostl-Luislll a Larrea-Zaran Qulniela 1-5 paid $38.20 Exacla 1-5 paid $90 60 Trlfecla 1-5-6 paid $1,408.50 NINTH: 7- Urlbar-lbar 2 Klrby-Andrlnua 8 Urquldl-Zatan Qulniela 2-7 $44.00 Exacla 7-28112.20 Trltecla 7-2-8 $3,423.00 TENTH: 8-Juarlstl 7-Umuldl e-Urlbar Qulniela 7-8 $93.20 Exacla 8-78237.00 Trlfecla 8-7-6 $7,281.60 ELEVENTH: 6 Juerisll-Averdl 2 Olea-Andrinu 1 Alex-Santana Qulniela 2-6 paid $28 00 Exacla 6-2 paid $84.30 Trlfecla 6-2-1 paid $722.10 TWELFTH: 2- Olea-Ochllo 7 Uribar-Andrlnua 4 Echanol-Averdl Qulniela 2-7 paid $61.80 Exacta 2-7pald$l8l.20 Trifecta 2-7-4 paid $1,268.70 Attendance: 3492 Handle: $327,797 24.40 6.60 6.40 14.00 6.80 7.60 21.00 14.60 4.60 12.40 16.00 16.00 5.00 10.40 4.60 14.00 6.20 5.00 3.60 5.00 4.60 22.40 4.40 5.00 5.00 4 00 9.20 Hall's Song, Wolfe Gain In State Open Tennis By GINNY APPLE MIDDLETOWN Scott Wolfe and Dae Song of Hall High School marched into the quarterfinals of the CIAC Boys State Open Tennis tournament Friday afternoon by ousting Central Connecticut Interscholas-tic League foes Steve Godiksen and Peter Arciero of Simsbury at the Wesleyan University courts. Wolfe, the fifth seed, knocked off Godiksen, 6-4, 6-1, in the third round of singles action while Song outlasted Arciero, 4-6, 6-3, 7-6 (5-4). It was the first time in his high school career that Wolfe had beaten Godiksen. The double wins were sweet victory for Hall, which lost the CCIL crown to Simsbury this year when the Indians won a tight 4-3 match in West Hartford. Geoff Bodine Will Not Run At Thompson By JOHN KERSHAW A release from the Thompson Speedway, Friday, stated that Geoff Bodine of Bellingham, Mass., the most successful driver on the New England stock car racing ovals, has no intention of racing at Thompson Sunday. Last Sunday, Bodine was involved in a mishap with Carl "Bugsy" Stevens of Re-hoboth, Mass., in the Modified feature, and was placed last for rough riding. Ads placed in area trade papers have advised race fans that Bodine intends to race at a New Hampshire track on Sunday. Thompson Speedway officials said they wouldn't comment on Bodine's voluntary boycott of the track. "Our actions speak for themselves. They own their equipment and can race whereev-er they wish," advised Thompson racing director Carl Merrill. Other top area drivers including Fred DeSarro, Ron Bouchard, Ed Flemke, Leo Clear, Ray Miller, S.J. Evon-sian, Ray Miller, Ken Bouchard and George Summers and Stevens, have indicated they will be on hand Sunday. "We 11 try to survive wun-out Geoff,"' said Stevens. Thursday Night Plainfield Greyhound SIXTH: 5 16 (A): 5 Ruby Cork 7 AbwavAmlgo 6 Carol Mullln Time, 31:56 Qulniela: 5&7 paid $170.60 28.60 14.20 12.40 7.80 6.60 6.00 6.00 Box Trlfecla: 5-6-7 paid $1,319.00 SEVENTH: 516 (CI: 6 FazorSlun 2 LK Manyana Jim 8 Breakaway Jack Time, 31:64 Qulniela: 28,6 paid $77.20 32.40 8.60 4.40 6.60 3.40 3.00 6.00 Box Trifecta: 2-6-8 paid $632.40 EIGHTH: Yankee Course (T): 1 Prize Day 2 Future Ruler 3 Lanky Dale Time, 40:20 Qulniela: 1&2 paid $39.40 Trlfecla: 1-2-3 paid $243.60 NINTH: 516 (B): 1 JaneRowe 8 Crystal Charm 7 Valiant Flo Time, 31:36 Qulniela: 1&8 paid $21.00 Trlfecla: 1-8-7 paid $459.60 TENTH:516(A): 1 Type A 7 Table Mountain 5 Gllmeo's Slick Time, 3134 Qulniela: 18,7 paid $174.00 Trlfecla: 18,7 all paid $508.80 ELEVENTH 516 (C): 4 PV's Carolyn 7 Jallerleg 2 Rearf More Lass 7.00 3.60 3.00 6.40 3.80 3.00 11.60 4.80 2.80 5.20 4.00 4.80 46.20 11.60 1 1 00 14.80 8.40 11.00 10.20 5.00 5.00 15.20 17.20 4.80 Time: 31:64. Qulniela 48,7 Paid $33.80. ' 6 00 box Trlfecla 2-4-7 Paid $460.90. TWELFTH Constitution Course (C): 7 MlnBan 11.60 5.20 7.20 1 M.V. From Jaws 2.80 3.00 4 Scintillas Robin 5.20 Time: 45:04. Qulniela 18,7 Paid $27.20. Superfecla 7-1-4-6 Paid $2,376.30. Attendance: 1,993. Handle: $197,497. Thursday Night YonkersOTB First Race - C 7.40, 4.20, 3.60. E - 4.40, 3.60. G 3.60. Scratches: H,U. Second Race B 30.00, 10 60, 7 80. A 3.20, 2.60. C 3.40. Dally Double: C-B 190.60 Scratches: l,J. Third Race F 11.40, 4.20, 3.40. O 2.80, 2.40. E 8.20. Triple: F-D-E 122.10. Scratches: A.H.J. Fourth Race B - 29.80, 21.20, 7.60. D 11.60, 6.00 E 6.60. Exacta: B-D 143. 60. Scratches: l,J. Filth Race H 14.40, 5.60, 3.20. D 9.00, 6.60. A 3.80. Exacta: H-D 242.40. Sixth Race O 28.60, 9.20, 10.00. G 8.80, 40.20. E 8.00. Exacta: D-G 183.00. Scratches: C. Seventh Race D 6 00, 3.00, 3.80. B 3.80, 2.60. E - 3.2-. Triple: O-B-E 187.80. 6.00 box. 62.60. Scratches: U. Eighth Race - C - 8.00, 4.40, 5.20. E - 7.00, 9.40. F 3.20. Exacta: C-E 43.60. Ninth Race D 6.60, 3.60, 2.60. B 6.60,7.00, A 2 80. Exacla: D-B 31 40. Scralches:C,U. Tenth Race O 6 00, 5 00, 5.60. C 10.20, 140. B 4 60. Triple: D-C-B 486.00. 6X box: 162 00. Scratches: l,J. Mutuel Handle: 101.388. Dcnf 4 let yoiss drivevay have Keep it sound and healthy with Copeland's Latex-lte SuperSeal, the super-rubberized blacktop sealer that out-performs the high-priced sealers while it saves you money I Protects against oil, gas, de-icers, sun, weather. Roll out the buckets this weekend I Available Skid-Resistant FREE: "Helmut Hints". Ask your dealer, or write: Pa COFTJLANB Ifj aoKPAivY, iiva. teaj Willow St., Cheshire, CT. 06410 The pavement-care people . . . since 1945 THE HARTFORD COURANT: Saturday, Ali Said Eager To Test Soviets MOSCOW (AP) - A Soviet newspaper quoted former world heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali Friday as saying he hopes to spar with Russian boxers "to see if they are as good as they look on television." The government newspa-; per Izvestia began building, interest in next week's visit by Ali, printing an exclusive! interview conducted at the Soviet consulate in Washing-! ton, where it said Ali had gone to receive an entry visa. "It"s not for nothing that your boxers are always in good shape," Izvestia quoted him as saying. "Your amateur boxers always beat our amateurs. "So I want to shake their hands. And if I get the chance, I want to trade punches with them and see if they are as good as they look on television," Izvestia reported in a Russian translation of Ali's remarks. Ali, who lost his heavyweight title to Leon Spinks earlier this year and is waiting for a rematch, is due to arrive in Moscow on a goodwill tour Monday. His official hosts, the State Committee on Physical Cul one of the largest displays of sail & power supplies in New England b&ve 20 on Steam's Jackets, Topsider Deck Shoes and Peter Storm Foul Weather Gear, and More l" 11 . :W'IW,WB;.i ' mwn ii i mm .niiimV 37: June 10, 1978 Wolfe, a junior, was runnerup in last week's Class LL final, losing a tough, down-to-the-wire match to John McLean; of Westhill, 7-6 (5-4), 7-6 (5-3). Top-seeded McLean also advanced to today's 9 a.m. quarterfinals along with second-seeded Tom Kellogg of Darien and, third-seeded Barry Judge of Weston. In doubles action, the most exciting' matches of the day were provided byj fifth-seeded Phil Craft and Doug Russell of Roger Ludlowe who sneaked past Mike Ruotuolo and Vince Branstein of Guilford; 6-0, 3-6, 6-4 in second round action, then1 lost a tough, 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 decision to unseeded Jeff O'Brasky and Victor Cassone of Westhill. The final game of that match; went nine match points before Cassone and O'Brasky pulled it out. Doubles action begins today at 9 a.m. ture and Sports, said Friday he is expected to stay for about 10 days, with his exact Elans to be worked out after is arrival. I Sat. June 10 Mexico-Poland 3:45pm Italy-Argentina 6:15pm Son. June 11 Brazll-Aiutzia 12:45pm Scotland-Netherlands 3:45pm TICKETS' 10.00 BUSHNELL (203) 246-6807 CHARGIT 1-800-223-1814 STUDENTS UNDER 16. HALF PRICE Stxood round schedule Lo appear in this D4jJ1m.ux June 11 I NOW AVAILABLE AT m i t. H J A V 9

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