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Baltimore, Monday, THE SUN SPO RTS 'August 19, 1963 PAGE 18 U.S. Swim Team Sets Two More World Marks Against Japanese RECORDS 3D, 4TH IN 2 DAYS Standards Lowered In 400 Meter Relay, Butterfly Tokyo, Aug. 18 Ml A powerful American swimming team set two more world and American records today at the sixth United States-Japan swimming and diving meet, making it four in two eayd. The latest two record breaking performances were made on the second night of the three-day meet at the 50 -meter outdoor Meiji Pool before 5,000 spectators. Carl Robie, 18-year-old University of Michigan swimmer, set a world record of 2.08.2 for the 200- meter butterfly event, bettering Australia's Kevin Berry's listed world record of 2.08.4. It also bettered his own American mark of 2.10.8. Saart Tops In 1500 "She second world mark fell during a sudden downpour, in the 400-meter freestyle, the final event. The American team of Steve Clark Richard McDonough, Gary Ilman and Edward Townsend cracked the distance world mark of 3.42.5 held by a French team. The United States relay team's time of 3.36.1 also improved the American mark Of 3.42.9. On the opening day yesterday, the Americans collected two world and two American records in the 200 and 1,500-meter free style events. Don Schollander, California teen ager from Santa Clara Swim Club, smashed the 200-meter freestyle world record of 2.00.3 held by Aus-tralias' Robert Windle with a 1.58.5. Roy Saari, of El Segundo, Cal., Swim Club, bettered Australia's Jon Konrad's world mark of 17.11.0 in the 1,500 with a 17.05.5. Prep Diver Wins I The Americans won the diving and the 400-meter freestyle relay and finished one-two m the 400-meter freestyle, 200-meter butterfly and the 100 meter backstroke. : The only event the Japanese won was the 100-meter breast- stroke by Kenji Ishikawa by a fast touch over America's Roy Craig, of Verdugo Hills (Cal.) S, C. Both Ishikawa and Craig were tuned in 1.09.8. Larry Andreasen, California high school diver, won the three meter spring board diving event over Japan s Rome Olympic rep recentative with total points of 142.01. Schollander collected his second freestyle title by winning the 400-meter in 4.15.0. Saari was second in 4.19.9. Richard McGeah won the 100 meter backstroke in 1.00.9. Saratoga FIRST 13.200: xCassorbit 108 Persian Knitht 122 bReines Rfneaed 113 cTti Pix 108 Diavoco 113 cOolf Carl 122 Taffy's Brother 113 Gray Hawk 113 Bltlrarh 113 .h it L. statue ana entry. bHenderson and cWaldman-Ross entry. Riverside Farm entry. SECOND S3,700i clm.i mile Admiral Bayard Rocky Bend elm.: 3-yr.; 1 fur BuDDa jacK xLove Too xxBee Admiral White On White Rlosaw Comedian dGoose BtfD blrtsh Mick dRed Maid Speed Judt 122 108 106 113 113 113 113 113 117 122 Mlllta Stable Zoben entry. dFrankel and 3-yr. & ud; 1 Ship Romanes Prince's Gem DOrand .; Gui vera ill nl 118 US 111 aPrlnce Orslnl Abernathy Hod The Fort bDlecard 115 113 115 118 aWllshire Farm entry. bOreat Oaks ind Endicott entry. THIRD 14.500; alln.i 3-yr. it up; mi. (nrdls.), Solstice aDavey D Angus Bear 6R 146 144 144 bRum Hill 144 eUlster Ranter 144 bAtom Cloud cSubtle aRose Trellla CriPDle Creek Mieldor 144 144 146 144 149 elm.; 2-yr.; mdn. Hammered 118 Patoot 120 Mafic Missile 122 Midday 122 Odahmin 122 Pull Over 122 aSacred River 118 Winsome William 118 Mr nnrklft.Mr Bird. Jr.. entry fcClark-Robinson, Jr., entry. cHanes- Eandolph entry. FOURTH $3,500; 6 lur Will Whirl 118 xxxCatalyze 112 Perikini 122 Chatall 122 Washingtonian 122 King's Service 122 Crashing Bore 122 True Philip 122 Traffic Siren 118 .RrflinKtorm 118 ajacoos-vaienzueia entry F4FTH $4,000; elm.; 3-yr. A up ovro 119 Assyrian Another Kim 114 Queen Joyous I Desert Kins r Moment 114 Warsplte ttDeer Crosslnt 108 1 iy TH $4,200; alln.; 3-yr. h up; ml Itnrfl. 104 Nana Hurry Call 109 I Gold Letter 1021 Heady Wine 108 Aces Swingini 109 : I I &' l . W. ' m m (tit:- TIPS FROM TOP Last year's national rid- I some tips to 5-year-old Donald Price, Jr., in champion Ronnie Ferraro, left, offers and daddy Don, a leading jockey at Laurel. Laurel Selections Br WILLIAM BON1TACI Best Bet Gin Tuesday (Seventh Race). FIRST RACI S3.S00; 2-7M mdn.fillr; fur Frrt. P.P. Hers Wtiaht Jockay Odds . no ooy Oonsales ...Ul A LIMA, 117 Nelson QUEEN TREE, 117. . . Vasquei 12 BRIER BUBH. 117.. Reynolds r.r. norw itmni ! loyfi'vods, 117' i : NORMANDA. 117 4 VIA LIMA. il7 .... . , . Id I.IOHT BtNT'CE. xl07 N.B. 11 FRONT OUIDER, 117. No boy 10 UOHT SINT CE, XXX107 N.B. E LAOAGE. 117 ..u.. ...Olno 6 a LITTLE BTARL't. 117 N.B. 6 MISS BULLDOG. 117. .Pierce J SILVER BAR1, 117... . Bhuk CEE CEE DEE. 117 . Quesada E LOVELY LOVE. 117,..Vother I aTIPOBELLE. 117 ... . No boy awalnut Hiu rarms entry. SECOND $2,500; dm. ($3,000); 4-yr tin: A fur. 4 FR081Y MOU'N, 115 Vasouel 9 CHILLY JAE, 107 , .Haycock 1 ECCO DONNA, 107 ..No boy 8 NO FUN 11. 115 .... No boy 10 BLUE LAVA. 112 . Naiarath 11 DAYTIME BULLY, 117 Pierce ?FAJ-BUY, 111 LCa SPY MAN, 112 Olno 5 ARISTO, 112 ....... Addesa 2 BRIGHT OEM, 112 Palumbo 3 LLOYD C. 112 Yother THIRD $3,000; elm. ($3,500-$4,000); 4; 4-yr.! man.; Md. loan DAKK UUHBC, 111 Harrisburg Eleven Tops Connecticut New Haven, Conn., Aug. 18 uv-The kicking and pass-catching talents of a former Penn State athlete gave the Harrisburg Capi- tols a 17-to-10 victory over the Connecticut Black Knights today in an Atlantic Coast Football League exhibition game. Not only did Don Jonas kick 37-yard field goal points, he caught and two extra 11 passes, in cluding an 83-yard completion that accounted for one of the visitors' touchdowns. He also threw six passes and completed four. The Black Knights' only score came with only about three min-uates to play ' Shenandoah Selections Best BetMr. Billy Page (Sixth Race). FIRST $1,100; elm.; 3- It 4-yr.; furs. 7 NAVY WATCH, 108 D. Smith B KINOS PARDON, 116 Brandt 3 E'GL EYE CVRD'N. 116 P'rkr 4 BALLET QUEEN, 108 No boy 5 M'ss N'rma J'ne, 108 D. 6m th 6 LT. ED. K'MP'L. 114 No boy 9 BILLY T., 114 . . No boy 10 LILY BLANCH. 112 No boy 2 BR ATT A LINDA. 108 No boy 1 T'KE ME H'ME. 108 D. Smith SECOND $i,ioo; elm.; 4-yr. It B lur. 4 HELLO CHIEF, 120 Vasll 6 AL-LSSAR. 120 . Davidson 5 T'RS 'N SWEAT, 114 No boy 1 CAJUNS MOON, 115 Bollara 2 ADM R L M'KE, 120 Davidson 8 JIOOS KID, 115 , . No boy 7 CRY NO M R. 115 O'mb'rdla ,2 LIY P'N' u Palumbo 10 BIR ADRAIN, 120 . , . Jin 3 TYNE LANE, 120 .. No boy N THIRD $1,100; mdns.i 3 It 4-yr.; iunongs. 3 SKYLINE D'R. 116. . Ardulnl 3 MA?8 INCOME. 111... No boy 1 TWICE BOYD. 116 . .No boy ERRARD8 Q N B. Ill Moor 5 JOB WELL DONE, 118 Br'dt 8 THIRD SUNDAY. Ill No boy 7 LITTLE PETE. 120 Gamb ella 6 PETER pass m in n s'h FOURTH $l.20O; elm.; 3-yr.; 5A 1 y.iJJf r- 115 Davidson 6 SHORT 8HOOTER. 114 H'rne 3 MIGHTY WORLD. 115 O'bdla 2 SOOTY FOOT. 110 No boy 3 TRANSMITTER. 110 D. Smith 5 FLEET TURN. 115 ... .No boy 7 SHIRA. 110 Bland 9 NERO FLAME. 110 No boy 8 LLAMB1AR JOHN. Ill tin hnv FIFTH $1,200; mdns.; 2-yr.; 3'4 2 TEN IN WOOD. 117. Palumbo 7 PHI B K, 117 ... i Vasll 9 BETSY, 117 . Moore 8 JUT'S RED ACE, 120 Oustines 10 KANDY FLUFF, 112 D. Smith 5 IAMBIC, 115 Wilson 4 MASTERS GLORY. 117 N.B. 6 OKEY'S IMAGE, 120 . . Jin 3 BRIEFING, 115 . D Smith 1 HAP'S FURY, 120. Davidson sixth $1,200; elm.; 4-yr. it up 21 7- 2 51 5-1 10-1 10-1 20-1 20-1 20-1 20-1 up; 3-1 3- 1 4- 1 5- 1 5-1 10-1 10-1 10-1 20-1 20-1 5', 3:1 4- 1 8- 1 8-1 10-1 10-1 10-1 fur. 2- 1 3- 1 5- 1 5-1 10-1 10-1 20-1 20-1 20-1 lur. n 4- 1 5- 1 5-1 10-1 10-1 10-1 20-1 20-1 Strange Things Happen On Ladies Day At Laurel 8 'A fur. 1 MR. BILLY PAGE, 117 N B. 3 LA POSSENTE, 115 Rlston 4 MI8ERACORDIA. 112 Vasll 5 LITTLE SPRITE. 109 Arriuini 6 LUCKY At SUNNY. 107 8mtth 2 FLAMBO, 109 No boy SEVENTH $1,100; J ' a iurs. M 3-1 3-1 12-1 15-1 15-1 elm.; 4-yr. it up. 8 IDEAL MATCH, 119 Davidson 2-1 5 COURT HY, 116.. No boy 7-2 2 WELL ENOUGH. 116 . N.B. 5-1 10 MOCO YARDLEY, 122 Jin 5-1 9 CHIC MALUNA, 114.C. Smith 10-1 7 PLASTIC FOOT. 119 French 10-1 6 RESTRAINED, 109 Hearna 20-1 4 CLEVE'S DREAM. 119.G'b'd'la 20-1 1 MORE TOES, 109 . . No boy 20-1 3 BAHATI, 106 D. Smith 20-1 EIGHTH $1,300; str, alln.; 4-yr. At up; 6 fur. 2 STORR, 120 Oustines 3-1 6 WHITEHEAD, 120.. No boy 3-1 J Juw ALtKl, Ua.DlavOllKlS 8-1 1 KING TAR, 114 .. No boy 8-1 4 COME SPEED, 117. .Belanger 8-1 5 PATRICK G., 120 Adkins 10-1 7 THREASHER, 112. .. .Ardulnl 10-1 8 SPEEDY ANSWER, 115 Karpe 10-1 NINTH $1,200; elm.; 4-yr. At up; 1 miles. 2 PEREGRINATOR. 113 Smith 3-1 5 SNO-ABE. 118 ... Davidson 3-1 6 COUNT AUMAR, 118 Oustines 5-1 9 AYRON'S SKY. 118 ... . Jin 8-1 10 MISS VISITOR. 113 No bov 10-1 7 S1N-JEX. 108 D. Smith 10-1 4 THORNLEA JET. 118 Jin 10-1 3 NIP YOU. 118 No boy 20-1 1 HIGH JOAN. 113 . No boy 20-1 8 OREY TREASURE, 113 French 20-1 Track last, i'list post 7.13 P.M. Vonkers Raceway FIRST RACE Victory Kid Mini Hoot r'reicht Prlnca guriy Harry $2,000; Trot; 1 mi, Deans Lady Shdy'le Scarlet Eva's 8on Oalowvn 6 fur. 108 117 113 109 109 109 114 109 XXTorontl aeummer Blaze xxKey Lea xlntervena Blesy f'..n.r.li Fister 109 I aEnselhard-Schiffer entry seventh $25-000-added The Diana i fhdco.; 3-yr IVicosaba Bt. Bernard Upswept Tamarona ajazz wueen it up: ml. 118 105 112 113 111 Goofed Walts Sont Frlmanaha aloney Dear 104 119 113 113 aC V. Whitney entry 122 122 117 122 122 122 119 alln.; 2-yr.i S BreaitsDear Red Erik Miehty Mark Shady Planet Reely Beet. Lord Date Bulco Snow House jghth S4.000; Hellenic Pri ce 122 Bleaoherit tThe Lina nitay dor Met eor And Oo Mr Wish ninth $5,500; elm.; 3-yr. Ac up; mi (turn. Wayw'd Minor 112 Bed Scrapper 118 OniDrlx 115 Brezjy Lane 113 cut Berth 119 , sThree; xFive; MiinriK lonrentice Track last. First post 2 P fur Our Twit Piper's Lad In War Cuyna Rini 122 122 117 119 119 122 122 122 1,'. 115 115 112 119 Also Eligible Amlcan, intent Han over. SECOND $3-000; Senator Byrd Joan's Joy Nasxawadox Captain's Duty Also tumble Blackstone Widower. THIRD $5,000; Trot; 1 Pace; 1 ml. I lot? Bona: I Danny Abbedale I Oav Vic MiKhty Her Aristocrat lass Lord Valentin Lady Tyson City LlehU Grateful Vic ml. I Oalcaro I Poste Hast . I Timmy I FOURTH $4,000; HI s Imaite Black Trooper Rifle Ball ,. Volo Direct ' FIFTH $7,000; Jery Shanon Ivan Chief Flash Counsel Bill's Hal SIXTH $6,000; mile. Hardy 8t. Patrick I Brlitht Knliht Sampson's Lady Actor Pick Monllo I Albert Oene Pioneer Pick I Clover Leaf Also eliaible Malor Flnao SEVENTH $2 500; Pace; 1 ml Pace; 1 mi Earnie League War Haven Knitht Adieu Bush Hill Pace: 1 ml. Henry Hal Simpson Dick Byrd Invitational; Pace; 1 xxSeven: xxxTen allowance claimed. M Sandra Dares Sturdy creed McDaniel O'Boy Klanchen EIGHTH $4,000; Real Good Time Pock Son Yankee Ship Cautaln Jerry Regal Yates Nervous 8am Pace; 1 ml. Gar Hanover I Evergreen Jean I Kessler Hanover Poplar Scot flnn flnsl (n NINTH $3.500-$5,000; elm.: Pace; 1 ml Avalon Orion Career Boy Mlrick Bvrd Count Frost Bcotty Win Lee R. Johnny Lvnn King's Gambit Racing Freelegged. Post Time 8 25 P.M. By DALE AUSTIN Sun Staff Correspondent Laurel, Md., Aug. .l8-On a recent Thursday, nineteen girls from the Sound of Music cast, in Washington spent a day at the races by combining their nickels, dimes and quarters and betting $6 across the board. They had the ticket seller talking to himself by dumping the assorted coins at his window. When collecting, with amazing regularity, they insisted the cashier pay off in change so the profits could be distributed evenly to each of the nineteen gamblers. It is just one of the strange happenings each Ladies Day at Laurel race course and in these quiet days of the summer meet ing, it livens up an otherwise dull afternoon. The Questions The promotional stunt admit ting women for the 15-cent tax payment begins at noon with a seminar. Jockeys, trainers and of- ficials try to explain various seg ments of racing, but the speaker is invariably sidetracked by questions from the ladies. One woman without knowledge of lead pads thought it was amaz ing that a jockey could weigh 117 pounds for the first race, then re duce to 109 for the fourth. Last week, Harold Ferguson, manager of Sacamore Farm, was inter rupted in his speech on thorough bred breeding by a housewife who wanted him to explain how to pick a winning daily double. But it is the mutuel clerk who shudders at this onslaught of femi ninity. Dead Heats At the combine cashiers win dowsstraight, place and show-many demand that they be paid not only for the winning horse, but also on the second and third finishers. Dead heats are even worse. Then the girls try to col lect on a horse which finished fourth. One seller complained: "they put purses on the counter, pull out lipsticks, mirrors and other junk looking for money, then throw a couple of wadded bills at you and ask for a number that's been scratched." A cashier added: "most of them get excited and can't count the money, and watch out for the smokers; sometimes they shove cigarettes in the window with all their tickets, both good and bad ones." Some Incidents. It also brings out a twinge of honesty. A statuesque blonde who would never consider re vealing when she was born suddenly blurted out in the club' house dining room that she had just missed a $1,500 daily double by playing her age, 37. It is such methods of selection that makes the expert handi-cappers bow and keeps the women coming back, (the main purpose of Ladies Day in the first place). Not long ago, a woman had a sensational day by making her selections in the paddock while CONitNSUS Pie-urea In ennsenaua show eomoara. ttve ratings based on five Dally Racing Form selections allowing- 4 points lor first (today's best 7 points In capital letters). 2 for second. 1 for third At Laurel Via Lima 8caciety Pour Vous Daytime B'ly Spy Man Faj-Boy Dare Dorse Lori Rock Mussuet Darling Bl'm 15 Greek Gypsy 11 Chrlssy 6 Procr'stl'tion 14 M'gsy McO'w 14 Count Ado 6 22 9 6 Beau Pilot Lorgnette Atomic Jet W'ts Up Doc Ray Tomroy Gin Tuesday 17 C'PPHNA 31 R m B tie Boy 9 Lady Dame 2 Flnkie 19 Prince M'ngo 15 Str'g Vincent 4 Beat Bet COPPAHAUNK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 At Atlantic C' Bird Walk 22 Sheldrake 11 Judge Mike 2 Royal Bala 22 Flrstrlver 9 In Profile 7 C'mans C'c 17 Corduroy 11 Golden Grain 6 Speak Well 20 Hutsvill 10 Bekala 7 Boreas Latin Rebel Rhinelander April 8 nad 19 Sun Bather 10 Inltabas 7 Free O'Pl'n 29 Do Declare 8 Fan Jet 3 D'ce and P'y Briarwood Salacia tst Bet PR. OPILSCN At Shenandoah King's Pardon 7 Take Me Home 6 Miss N ma J e b JIGG8 KID 15 Al-Essar 7 Tears 'N Bw't 3 12 Skyline Little Pete Peter Pass 4 Mighty World 7 Llambias John 6 Gary F 5 15 4 4 Ten In W'ds Betsy Randy fiuii La Posseente 15 Mr. BUiv r o Miseracordla 3 10 5 4 Plastic Foot Court Hy Restrained Storr Thresher Whitehead Grey Treas' 12 Bnn-Abe 5 Ayron's Ky 4 Best Bet JIGGS KID 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 At Saratoga Speed Judge Bubba Jack Bee Admiral Discard Prince Or'lnl Hold The Fort Rose Trellla Mieldor Ulster R'ger Patoot Hammered Midday 12 GYRO 29 Deer Crossing Warsoite Naila Elegy O'erals Sister Waltz Song Pocosaba Honey Dear 22 6-2 4-: 4-; 18: 20- 20-20-20. 20-20. 30-; 2 3. 5-1 5-1 8-1 10' 10 15-1 20-1 20-1 20-1 I lur. .Lea 7 LORI ROCK, 110 . .Thornton 6 MONO BOY, xx 106 Hoi 1 BONNE ETOILE, 110. No boy 2 MUSSUET, 111 No boy 2-1 ft 4-1 8-1 10-1 12-1 3-yr.; 5 CHECK MARK, 111... Krats 4 TWIN PEARLS, 108. .No boy FOURTH $2,500; elm. ($3,000); miles; 6 lur 7 MY MARSHA. XX109. Don'ly 6 OREEK GYPSY. 114 Vasauei 4 BEST OVER ALL. 114 Fer'o 9 ZAYDEE BUCK. 114. .No Boy 2 PRAGMATIC. 112 No Boy 1 CHRISSY. 114 Lea 3 LULU B. 114 Lee 8 BAY BRANDY 112 . No Boy 6 DARLINO BLOOM. 114. . NB FIFTH $3,600; elm. ($6,000 $5,000) j-yt.; a lur. 6 MUOUSY McGRAW, 120 N.B. 4 PROCRA8TINAT ON, 111 N.B. 3 COUNT ADO, 120 McKee 2 TR'SNTINO. ill Corle 1 FILLY-LOU 108 ... Ferraro 7 FASHIONMASTElt, 112 L'less 6 MORGAN ROAD. 116 No boy 31 3 4 7- 2 6-1 8- 1 20-1 20-1 5-2 5-1 8-1 5-1 10-1 a 4-1 4-1 6-1 10-1 m 15-1 20-1 20-1 ($15,000-112, SIXTH $2,500; elm. ($3,000); 4-yr. up; b lur. 8 BEAU PILOT. 120. ...Reynold! 10 CLOCKFAST, 112 ....Noboy 3 ATOMIC JET 113 FierC 9 LORGNETTE. 110 ...Vasquei 8 NASR'LAH SWEEP, XX110 Hole 6 TEMPLE COURT. 115 Vasquez 1 SQUEEZES, 115 .Noboy 2 COURT COSTUME. 107. Olno 4 IN HOCK. 112 Gino 1 MARRII.ID. 107 Noboy 11 KICKS, xxx 105 Bejshak SEVENTH $4,500; elm.; ana: -yr. Jv ud i mi. 4 OIN TUESDAY. 115 ..Noboy 8-5 2 WHAT8 UP DOC. 119.. . Le 3-1 3 RAY TOMROY. 111. . . No boy 4-1 5 FANFAN LA TU'E. 104 Corl 5-1 BUM'ERTIME LOVE. 113. R'l 8- 6 AVANTI. 117 . Noboy 8-1 EIGHTH $4,500; alln.; 3 it 4-yr.t 81 lies; 6 lur. 4 COPPAHAUNK, 121.. No boy ft SKY DIVER. 109 Ferraro 1 BOURBON HILL, 112 Vasquei 5-1 6 RUM BOTTLE BAY. 116 Nel'n 5-1 7 LADY DAME, 112 No boy 8-1 2 MONTDEB. 118 No boy 8- 3 MIGHTY MORN. 114. .No boy 12-: NINTH $3,000; elm. ($3.u00); 4-yr. it up: 1 ml. 3 PRINCE MANGO. 115 Vasq'a 5-2 1 FINKIE, 114 Ferraro 2-1 2 STRONG VIN'T, XllO D. S'h 7-2 7 SKY LIGHT, US . . . . . Lee 5-1 ft DAL8AX. illn Donna ly 4 SEA BANG, 115 .... Bhuk 10-1 6 NOORES8. 110 Noo boy 12-1 8 BELISARIO, 115 Nelson 12-1 xFive, xxseven pounds apprentice at lowance claimed. E Denotes alsoeligt ble. Track fast. First post, 2 P.M. brandywine FIRST RACE $1,600: Trot Cond.: 4' yr. & older winners of less than $3,500 In 1963; winners of $6,500 or more In 1962 Ineligible: 1 ml Frosty Mission Gallant Kid Saulre Gallon Homestretch Bill SECOND $1,500: Jenny Bun Newport Scot Tommy Royal Mabel HiLe Pace Cond.; 3. 4 It 5-yr. nw of $3,500 (lifetime); 1 ml, Glowing Futur Rusty s up Homestretch Beth Adlos Flip THIRD $1,200; Pace nw $2,000 (It.):. 1 S. K. McHal Success Amy Lee Scott Mahone Tim Messer Dares FOURTH $3,000; tional: 1 mi. High Bid Rosy Glow Eldorado Hanover Betlna FIFTH $3,300 Henry Clay "i Doctor Chief Paupers Hop First Theme Knight Owl cond; j it 4-yr ml. Columbus Creed Charlie oing Afton Judge Afton Castle Trot; 3-yr. Invlta, Mallet Diamond Hadley's Boy Helm&'ii Rnv Little Miss Child Pace Invitational; "The 1 ml Band S Flash Volo I Parmex Purse: $1,800: Pace It 5-yr. olds; nw of that are nw $6,500 Reely Beeg 22 Hei nle P'ince Shady Planet Ouyna Ring Snug Bearth Uniorlx Best Bet GYRO RACE SELECTIONS AT LAUREL Best bet set In capital tUCEB BONIFAC1 Beaciety Pour Vous Norman da Frosty Mount'n Chilly Jae Ecco Donna Dare Dors Lorl Rock Mono Boy My Marsha Greek Gypsy Best Over AU M'gsy McGraw Procrastination Count Ado Beau Pilot Clockfast Atomic Jet GIN TUEBDAY Wbats Up Doc Ray Tomroy Coppahaunk Bky Diver Bourbon Hill Prince Macao Flnkie Strong Vincent WHITINOTON BUN DIAL Beaciety Beaciety Pour Vous Queen Tree Normanda Pour Vous Frosty Mount'n Bright Gem Chilly Jae Spy Man Spy Man Blue Lava Dare Dors Lorl Rock Lori Rock Check Mark Mussuet Dare Dorse Greek Gypsy Greek Gypty Darling Bloom Lulu B. Pragmatic Chrissy M'gsy McGraw Count Ado Procrastination Procrastination Trentlno Morgan Road Beau Pilot Marsilid Lorgnette Lorgnette Atomic Jet Clockfast Avantl F'fan L" Tulip Gin Tuesday Ray Tomroy WhatsUppoe AvanU COPPAHAUNK COPPAHAUNK Sky Diver Lady Dame Bourbon HIU Bourbon Hill I Prince Mango Flnkie Flnkie Price Mango I euocs Vloceot Dalta Silver Sari Pour Vous Miss Bulldog Daytime Bully Frosty Moun'n Bi lght Gem Mussuet Twin Pearls Bonne Elolle Greek Gypsy Best Over All Chrlssy M'gsy McGraw Morgan Road Count Ado Beau Pilot Temple Court Marsilid WHAT8 UP D C Avantl Gin Tuesday Coppahaunk Lady Dam Montedeb Finkie Prince Mango Strong Vincent Via Lima Beaciety Pour Vous Daytime Bully Spy Man Faj-Boy Dare Dors Lorl Rock Mussuet Darling Boom Greek Gypsy Chrlssy Procrastination M'gsy McGraw Count Ado Beau Pilot Lorgnette Atomic Jet Whats Up Doc Ray Tomroy Gin Tuesday COPPAHAUNK Rum Bottle Bay Lady Dame Flnkie Prince Mango Strong Vincent ROAMER Normanda Silver Sart Queen Tree No Fun II Blue Lava Bright Gem Dare Dorse Lorl Rock Mono Boy Lulu B. My Marsha Zaydee Buck Count Ado Morgan Road Filly-Lou Court Costume In Hock Clockfast WHATS UP DO Avantl Ray Tomroy Mor.tedeb Lady Dam Coppahaunk Sky Light Finkie NoutM CONSENSUS Seaclety Pour Vous Silver Sari Frosty Mou'n Bright Gem Chilly Jae Dare Dors Lorl Rock Mussuet Greek Gypsy Lulu B My Marsha Munv MrOraw Procrastination Count Ado Beau Pilot Marslid Clockfast Whats UpDoo Avantl Gin Tuesday Coppahaunk Lady Dam Sky Diver Finkie Prince Uinlfl Itroni Vincent Gold Steo Abbot Hanover Goodbye Dixie SIXTH 1 ml.! Cond. for 3, 4 $2,500 in '63 (It.). Beth's Lady Diamond Way Lady Roberta Joe's Princess SEVENTH 1 ml.; elms: All Axes: Cuoid's Direct I Grand Ace M cB'th Rollon Rapid Billy Comet Wil March EIGHTH 1 ml.! Purse. $1,500; cond.; for 3, 4, & 5-yr. olds of $3,500 (lifetime) Irish Rhapsody Davlnla Direct Lady Rainbow Slo Boat Purse. $1,500; Pace drug, price, $4,000. H. . Chimes Norrisdale Afton Express Betty's Little BUI Pace nw the horses were saddled. After collecting for the sixth time, she explained that some of the jockeys took off their helmets and she bet those who had red hair or the ones with receding hair lines. On August 15, a Catonsville divorcee, a part-time music teacher, rushed to the track after cashing her weekly alimony check for groceries. She wheeled B. Sharp in the daily double combined that horse with everv horse in the first race and collected $!, 329.20. 'The filly was a cinch," she said, "I don't see why everyone didn't bet her with a name wee that." "Why didn't you plug her the last time, when she ran ninth at Delaware Park," she was asked. "Oh, they don't have ladies days up there," came her ra tional answer, ' and Desiaes, my system only works on Thursdays." St. Ursula Nine Wins C.Y.O. Northern Title St. Ursula won the C.Y.O. Northern Junior baseball league championship yesterday at Her ring Run Park by edging 5t. Anthony's, 5 to 3, with four runs in the last of the seventh. Alan Dial was the winner, fanning eight and walking none and hurling a two-hitter. It was Dial's eighth win of the season. St. Anthony led, 3 to 1, going into the final frame. Bill Sturm opened with a single and brother Tom followed with another single. Ron Tegeler laid down a bunt and when the first baseman fired wild to third, two runs scored. Dan Falter then blasted a two-run homer for the win. 8T. URSULA BT. ANTHONY scot Hayes Quick Jlmml Ozark Vic Leisure Hanover ninth 1 ml.; cond.; for 5-yr. $8,500 combined Ruth Wyn Con Brio Saucy Look Miss Wiggins Arlington Hanover Post Tim 8.25 Champ Elklngtoa Talent Show Glided Girl Camden Abbedal Purse. $2,000; Pace olds ft older; nw ol 62-'63 earnings. ewain Smokey Valley Mamie Tar Magio P.M. Atlantic City FIRST RACE 3.500: mdn.; 2-yr.i 6 fur ADie unna in f reestone Owens Le 121 1 Belltatl Polo Palm 121 Way Back Judge Mike 121 When Reargument 121 Second - Bird Walk 121 Message Battle Proof 121 Bheldrak SECOND $4,000: elm.: 3-yr.: 7 fur. Rapscallion II 113 aGo-Long 113 Roval Alrkl 113 DarkBIaz 113 Much To Do 115 Instigate 115 Nastevaro 113 I Leander's Lov 108 Flrstrlver 113 xvuia's Gal 105 xRoyal Bala 108 Advanced 8tar 113 In Profile 115 i aLily Queen 110 ash rkley-Arcner. jr.. entry. THIRD a.1.500: mdn.: 2-yr.: 6 fur. aGolden Grain 121 Polar Ud 121 Rntith rot 121 I RTrier'a aCorduroy 121 Reauest 121 Tony Tiger 121 xBang Pep 116 Chairmans Tetracvclon 121 Choice 121 Fruit riy in xPeterRuby 116 1 . aMagruder uent-Montpener ab r h rbl Anarino.e 3 0 0 0 Diai.p W St'm.cf T.St'm.lf Tegeler,2b DonF'r.lb DanF'r.ss Shev'k.3b Kramer. rf Dlllello.rf 1 Totals 24 St. St. O 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 1 01 1 2 u 0 0 6 5 - ab r h rbl HilMU:h.2b 3 0 0 0 Gehart.lb 3 0 0 0 Flynn.e 3 0 10 Ende.3b 3 10 0 Mackey.rf 3 0 0 0 Armhein.lf 2 0 0 0 Hof'bert.ss 3 0 1 Hem'aer.B 1 1 I Wild's n.cf 3 10 0 Totals 24 3 2 1 Anthony. . Ursula,., 002 100 0 3r, 000 010 4 8r. . 2h.. le , en.. 3. 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