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r w I ; -" V"; ' - " v ' v v trttli Chicago Tribune, Sunday, July 27. 1980 Section 4 - LeRoy Murphy endures Continued from page me myseif. I would've done some sight-seeing and, yeah, trained a little, and probably lazed around watching TV with other guys from the team. Instead, he spent it as an instructor at Stateway Park, and soon he will climb the step to the second floor of this building and there workout with a distracted mind. "I'VE LEARNED to deal with it," he says softly. "It's like in boxing. I've learned how to deal with defeat. I don't sit around crying, saying I could have beat that man. Same way it's no use crying about not being in Russia. That's not going to get us there. So you just try to forget about it." "Is it hard?" "Really. When you read in the paper that such-and-- such's doing this in Moscow and so-and-so's doing that ui Moscow, that sorta brings it back." "What's the feeling then?" "I look at him and say I could've knocked him out." "That's got to be tough." . "It aint so bad." "LcROY IS A very difficult young man to assess," Jim Strickland will add an hour later. "I've been associated with him for four years, and I still can't say with certainty what he's thinking sometimes. Maybe it's hurting him far more than he's putting on. I know he-can hide hurt more than any other boxer I've ever been associated with ... "I've never seen any display of histrionics from him over a big disappointment. I think that's a good sign. He has the ability to maintain his equilibrium in the face of disappointment. He doesn't have wide emotions that stretch from elation to complete despair. So. no one knows how badly he may be feeling. We'll never know." For seven months Murphy's feelings have soared to the heights and descended into depression. It all began in January, in the wake of the first hints of a boycott, when he traveled with a U.S. boxing team to the Soviet Union for a series of matches. While there, he was . housed at the best hotel, fed the best food, shown the best sights, afforded the best facilities for training, and before he left, he was certain of returning. "We'll be back," he confidently said in goodbye to some of his Soviet hosts. "We didn't feel there'd be a boycott," he recalls. "We thought we'd be going. ... We figured we'd go over and get a lot of gold medals." HE RETURNED TO Chicago then and began preparing, plotting out what schedule he would follow, what extras he would take bottled waterl, what needs he would have he hoped to carry a portable ice box with him for lunch meats and bread since the Soviets had daily fed him caviar, which none of the boxers ate. He kept training assiduously, motivated by those dreams of glory soon to come, but then the inevitable occurred 'Sports AJ ' JL Sunday Auto racing Drag racing, U.S. 30 Dragstrip, Merrillville, Ind., 1:30 p.m. Stocks, Great Lakes Dragaway, Union Grove, Wis., 2 p.m. Sports cars, Raceway Park, 130th Street and Ashland Avenue, Blue Island, 8 p.m. Stock cars, Santa Fe Speedway, 91st Street and Wolf Road, Willow Springs, 8 p.m. Baseball Chicago White Sox vs. Texas Rangers at Comiskey Park, 35th Street and the Dan Ryan, 1:15 p.m. Cycling Motocross, Itasca, Vt mile south of Irving Park Rd. on Rohlwing Rd. Figure skating Homewood-Flossmoor Ice Arena, 777 Kedzie Av., Homewood. 8 p.m.-1 p.m. Handball Mayor Daley Memorial Handball Tournament, Rainbow Beach, 76th & Lake Michigan, 10 a.m. -8 p.m. Horse racing Thoroughbred racing at Balmoral Park, Crete, 2 p.m. Softball Chicago Metro Women's Fastpitch, Plainfield. Chicago Women's 16-inch tournament, Hart Stadium, Blue Island, 12:30 p.m. Track & field Knollympics, 6131 Knoll Wood Rd., Willow-brook, 9 a.m. Monday 4 Baseball Chicago White Sox vs. Milwaukee at Comiskey Park, 35th Street and Dan Ryan, 7:30 p.m. Basketball Chicago Summer League, Chicago State University Gymnasium, 95th Street and King Drive, games at 7 and 8:30 p.m. Abe Saperstein Foundation Summer League. Malcolm X College, 1900 W. Van Buren St., games at 7:30 and 9:15 p.m. i t Golf Al McLean Memorial Junior Open, Wilmette Park District course. Horse racing Thoroughbred racing at Arlington Park, Arlington Heights, 2 p.m. Harness racing at Sportsman's - Park, 33d Street and Laramie Avenue, 8:15 p.m. Tuesday , Golf Al McLean Memorial Junior Open, Wilmette Park ' District course. ; Horse racing Thoroughbred racing at Arlington Park, Arlington . Heights, 2 p.m. Harness racing at Sportsman's Park, 33d Street and Laramie Avenue, 8:15 p.m. . Wednesday - Auto racing Drag racing, U.S. 30 Dragstrip, Merrillville, Ind., 8 p.m. Motorcycles, Santa Fe Speedway, 91st Street and Wolf Road, Willow Springs, 8 p.m. Sports cars, Raceway Park, 130th Street and Ashland Avenue, Blue Island, 8 p.m. Baseball Chicago White Sox vs. Milwaukee Brewers at Comiskey Park, 35th Street and Dan Ryan, 7:30 p.m. Basketball Chicago Summer League, Chicago State University Gymnasium, 95th Street and King Drive, games at 7 ' and 8:30 p.m. Abe Saperstein Foundation Summer League, Malcolm X College, 1900 W. Van Buren St., games at 7:30 and 9:15 p.m. Golf Al McLean Memorial Junior Open, Wilmette Park District course. - .. Horse racing Thoroughbred racing at Arlington Park, .Arlington Heights, 2 p.m.; Balmoral Park, Crete, 2 p.m. Harness racing at Sportsman's Park, 33d Street and Laramie Avenue, 8:15 p.m. Thursday Basketball Chicago Summer League, Chicago State University Gymnasium, 95th Street and King Drive, games at 7 and 8:30 p.m. Abe Saperstein Foundation Summer League, Malcolm X College, 1900 W. Van Buren St., games at 7:30 and 9:15 p.m. Horse racing Thoroughbred racing at Arlington Park, Arlington Heights, 2 p.m.; Balmoral Park, Crete, 2 p.m. Harness racing at Sportsman's Park, 33d Street and Laramie Avenue, 8:15 p.m. ;' Friday i Auto racing Sports cars, Raceway Park, 130th Street and Ashland Avenue, Blue Island, 8 p.m.; Santa Fe Speedway, 91st Street and Wolf Road, Willow Springs. Baseball Chicago White Sox vs. Kansas City Royals at Comiskey Park, 35th and Dan Ryan, 7:30 p.m. Illinois State Regional, Lansing Old-Timers Stan Muslal Club, McNary Flew, 16700 S. Chicago Rd. ' Basket ball Chicago Summer League, Chicago State University Gymnasium, 95th Street and King Drive, games at 7 and 8:30 p.m. Horse racing Thoroughbred racing at Arlington Park, Arlington Heights, 2 p.m.; Balmoral Park, Crete, 2 p.m, Harness racing at Sportsman's Park, 33d Street and Laramie Avenue, 8:15 p.m. ! Saturday i Auto racing Sports cars, Raceway Park, 130th Street and Ashland Avenue, Blue Island, 8 p.m. Stock cars, Santa Fe 6paoway, 91st Street and WoK Road, Willow Springs, 8 p.m.. Bracket racing, Great Lakes Dragaway, Union Grove, Wis.. 6 p.m. OesebsH Chicago White Sox vs, Kansas City Royals at ConwKey Park, 36th and Dan Ryan, 7:30 p.m. Illinois State Rmtonaf. Lansing Old-Timers Stan Musial Club, McNary Fw& 16700 S Chicago Rd. Football Samipro, Chicago Lions vs. Delavan (Wis.), Mamtton Sudkim. Futonon and Central Avenues, 7:30 p.m. Harm aotng Thoroughbred racing at Arlington Park,. tVfmgton Hgrria, 2 p.m., Balmoral Park, Crete, 2 p.m. tarnaee raong al Sportsman's Park, 33d Street and Laramie ' Avenue, 8.15 p.m. ' and this trip he was taking plunged to the depths. "What should I train for? There's no Olympics anymore," he'd say to Strickland on one afternoon. ' "Why should I fight at the Trials? There's no Olympics anymore," he'd say on another.' IT WAS A TRYING time, a testing time,' and soon Strickland was proffering alternative reasons, reasons to replace the single catalyst that had driven Murphy for so long. It's more important to make this Olympic team than any other, Strickland would tell him. It will be remembered as the one that boycotted and will be written about by historians for years to come. You can say to your children, he would then goon, that' you -could've won a gold medal in Moscow, which is going to sound good. And don't worry, he would continue, you'll be honored, you'll be made to feel that the sacrifice was for a good cause. "Let the rest of the guys who don't know better turn pro," Jim Strickland finally would conclude. "You just make the team." . Three months passed before Murphy regained the motivation that had driven him to the Natiwal Golden Gloves title in 1979, and it was only four weeks before the boxing Trials that he once more began to labor with full will. But his vacillation had cost him bout? and had lost him his ranking, and so when he traveled to Atlanta's Omni for that most-important of tests, he was seeded no better than seventh amongst the eight light heavyweights in attendance. STILL, ON SATURDAY night, June 21, Muiphv knocked out Elmer Martin in the first minute of the first round of their fight, and secured himself a place on the United States' phantom Olympic team. He returned to his room then, couldn't sleep, departed, attended a party honoring the boxers, ate and went back to his room, where he watched TV, called friends and passed a restless night. "No, I didn't think of the boycott then," he recalls. "I just thought that there was no more dealing with them fother boxers anymore. I didn't have to prove who the best amateur light heavyweight was anymore. There were no more contenders." " ' Yet this accomplishment earned him not the trip he long desired, but a series of substitutes that now serve to pass his time. He fought one exhibition in West Germany in late June, may fight another in Chicago next week, will leave Sunday for Washington and ceremonies honoring all Olympians, and will in mid-August join other members of the boxing team in a training camp, where they will all prepare for a. tournament in Kenya in September. " In anticipation of a pro career scheduled to begin in October, Strickland has talked to Mack Jones, the manager of Howard Davis, and to Emanuel Steward, the manager of Tommy Hearns; Jones has invited them to New Jersey to talk and to watch Hearns' Aug. 2 world welterweight championship fight on closed circuit, and Strickland hopes Steward invites them to Detroit to watch that fight in person. "I appreciate the expertise and experience of these people who've been in the business and who've been successful ..." he says, thinking of' the move to come. "What I hope to see is a very successful launching of his pro career here in Chicago. He's a home boy, very close to his mother and his family. Any trip I've been on with him, after five, six days, he just wants to get home. So he wants to make his base in Chicago, and I think he can help bring boxing here back to its glory days. I think of him as a black Tony Zale." BUT THAT DREAM and those days are still far in some distant future, and these summer days are yet filled with handling that old dream denied. Murphy talks often to Californian Charles Carter, . the middleweight Olympian, but their phone conversations never consider Moscow and are littered instead with harmless banter that keeps both their minds off their fate. He still trains, not wishing to get out of shape, and he thinks often of those coming bouts in Kenya, where he anticipates gaining the gold medal he doesn't have the opportunity to earn in Moscow. "Whoever wins in Russia has to feel like he won half a tournament," LeRoy Murphy says, and for the first time a soft smile crosses his face. "You know what I'd like to see' and the smile grows a little larger "I'd like to see whoever wins in Kenya matched against the winner in Moscow" and there's a big grin "Yeah, I'd like that." "This week, he' hasn't talked much about what's going on in Russia," Jim Strickland will later add. "His interest has turned, he hasn't spoken much, and he won't until the boxing finals are over. But then nis first question will be: 'Havel fought that guy?' If he did and didn't beat him, or if he hasn't, his next ' question will be: 'How can I get a bout with him?' "That will be his number one concern." Sportsman's bharts Saturday's result! FIRST Mill, Met, clllmlni S10.000, purse M.9O0: PP Hon Vi Sir. Pin. To SI 1 Hurricane Sampson! 5 3 1 4.20 I BarbiyLady 1111 11.50 9 Cist Palmer 1 7 4 3 1.40 I Peramo't Hanom 7 14 4 io n 1 Sanaa Granger 3 4 5 5 - 3.30 S Karawayjean 3 17 4 0.10 Elation 1117 S.50 4 Patriot Almanurtt tail 4.40 7 LIMIaWavaN f 0 41.10 Tlme:-29 3-5, 1:00 1-S, 1:31 J-S, 2:01 Hurric'e S'pi'n IBueltl 11.40 4.S0 4.00 Barkly Lady IHIteman 1S.20 7.80 Cash Palnlar Minn 1.40 SECOND Milt, pace, clalmlni 511,500, aunt jt.iOOi . PP Horie .Vt Sir. Fin. To 51 I Steady Osborne 0 7 4 1 1.40 I Frisco Counsel 1 S 1 1 13.10 5 Fiddlers Green A 1111 1.10 Tricky Baron 4 S 4 4.20 1 Logon Son S I 5 15.10 I Addle Galopnono 1 S 1 a 43.30 4 Cannon Turnar 7 0 7 7 13.50 7 Codar Notl lilt 7.30 1 Edgtwood Bvrd 4 10 0 37.00 TIME:-29 2-5, :Sf 1-5, 1: 4.5, 1:50 1-S StdyOsbrne Hamlton 4.M 1.40 7 40 Frse Cnil (Tmborallo) 1.00 4.40 Pddlrt On A IMaiaa 1.00 Daily Doublt (1-9) $57.40 Quinella (1-9) $47.70 third Milt, pact, nonwinnors al 1 racto ar st.ooo In lifetime, pur SMOO PP Hana 1 Rowdy Marl 1 Smooth Dancar 4 Danclnt Duda 7 Flamino Russ ( Lata Station 4 Stiady Mitutl 1 Edi Olrl 5 Mr. Bo Jlntlai Etnylai Knlohl Vt 40 sir. Fin. To SI 1111 t.oo 1 1 s 4 4 7 I t t t 4.M 0.40 10.50 10.40 41.00 t.70 .70 ll.N TIME :J0, 1:02 4-3, 1:11 25, 1:04 Rowdy Mori Mylril 20.00 7.00 3.20 Smooth Dancar IHoitatltr) 1.00 l.0 Oanclno Dude (Mataal 4.10 FOURTH Milt, paca, Tht slack Hawk lilt division), purtt 510,000: PP Mono S Wlntomt Worthy 7 Nilt Llntr 1 Maadow Nam I Wintari Wot I Hatty Baron 1 Vlcutmit 4 Bill Vlcklt 4 ciany Act TIME-Ilt 1-S, 1:00 4-5 1:00 Wnim Wftny Hittlerl 1.00 Nlla Llntr IWhttltrl Vleedow Norm IPeisloy Vt k Sir. 1 1 Fin. Ta SI 1 1 1.00 1 1 20.50 4 1 .to 1 4 1.40 4 S 10 5 4 54.40 7 7 11.10 I 11.50 I III 1-S, a.oo 1.00 15.40 4.20 1.40 FIFTH MHO, paca Tht Black (Id dlvlilanl, puna 110,0001 Hawk PP Hortt Vt 4k Sir. Fin. To 41 7 Merenge Johnny 4 4 11 1.20 S Cockatoo till 12.10 I Plvlni Hal S 4 4 1 1.00 4 Jutllaa sir 114 4 f .50 1 Bail Moloney 4 7 7 S 0.30 4 Slip Tip 7 114 1) 00 I Sapor Slam 1 1 1 7 20.00 I Kinwartky N lilt 21.50 TIME-120 1-1, ISO 1-S. Ill) 1-S, 1:01 IS MarOnee J. IKIdwall 4.41 4.N 3 00 Ceckelia I Reymendl 1.0) 4.40 Flying Hat IMltttl l.M " SIXTH MiieT paca, clalmlni UO.OOC-533,00), parta 311,7001 Tlma 1:01 4-1. 4 Bran Maiaiiy IJ. SranamlS.l) l.M 1 Bmanar IPelllnel 4.4) 1.4) I StyplM Chit) ICarranl 4.D QuLmIIs (1-4) $17.10 SEVENTH Mila, paca, Junior Fraa "or All, 1 Y.O.,Tht Young Quinn Puna, 520.000: I'P Horsa 1 Rambling Willla t spangles Gold 3 Timt Shadow 4 Amherst Jack 1 Arriva Hobby 5 Why Bill Vt 4k Sir. Fin. To 51 2 111 l.M 4 4 11 4.40 4 S 4 1 2.20 1 2 5 4 480 111S 5.00 5 4 4 4 13.20 mmmmmJWW -''l- I '&J '.' w.maiim1' in."i' waqiwajwjwwiwywi'jswwr- 'g',gtmw 01 F " i " ,, , 1 1 . 'i j I I - v. y s . . J K " ' i . - I-.-'" ..' J ; , .v., ' 1 fc'v - ' ' h , '&?TA V''-- I ' .J f if- t Mmm 4 j, 4 '' I got it! UPI Telephoto Vincenzo d'Angelo is either coming up for air or very surprised that the bail has come his way in the pool. His Italian team beat Bulgaria 5-4 in a final round water polo game Saturday at the Summer Olympics. Hurry Up Blue charges to win American Derby By Elmer Polzin EIGHT WEEKS ago while Joe Bollero was grass-grazing Hurry Up Blue "just to be nice to him" the 3-year-old colt stomped on the veteran trainer's ankle, breaking two bones and putting him in a cast. Saturday at Arlington Park, Hurry Up Blue owned by Chicago's Russell Reineman made up for the injury, running down Tizon in the stretch for a gallant half-length victory in the 70th running of the $139,000 American Derby. It was Bollero's second Derby victory the won in 1969 with Fast Hilarious and he paid the winner the highest compliment: "He's got a heart as big as the grandstand," Bollero said. "He's got more guts than any little horse I've trained in my SO years on the track." For a crowd of 19,424, pelted often during the day by rain, the outcome was a shock. The heavily favored tandem of Spruce Needles and Major Run finished 3-4 in the six-horse field as the 11 to 10 favorite. Spruce Needles, winner of the Arlington Classic, in which he measured Hurry Up Blue, was 13 lengths in back of Tizon at the end of a mile and one-quarter of slop running in 2:04 2-5. HOW COME THE sudden change in Hurry Up Blue's fortunes? After all he had never before won a stakes race. "This is his leather," said Bollero who was a jockey for nine years, rode in the first race ever run at Arlington. "This is the distance he wants." He's a natural slow starter who suffers from back problems and it takes time to warm him up before a race." Tizon, trained by Larry Barrera, whose famous father, Laz, trained Affirmed, ran a remarkable race after only a three-day rest since winning a mile race. He bolted to the lead at the far turn, opened up quickly but just couldn't withstand Hurry Up Blue's big rush a gigantic rush for a horse who weighs "at best 900 pounds." IT WAS WORTH $83,450 for Reineman and represented his first hundred-grand win. It was jockey Ger-lano Gallitano's fourth hundred grander and he rode a giant race this time, following Bollero's orders to a tee "Don't rush him until the half-mile pole," said Bollero. "Then turn him loose . . . he'll come a-running." Hurry Up Blue was the second betting choice, paid $7.60 for his fifth career win. Chfcagoland goSf scores Saturday's results AURORA . ' Clvb Championship: Championship Craig Lindhlfld, Jack Haritd; A lohn Er. an, Fnl Vorii Jr.; B Dick Weag-tty, Irv Vlcktri. BIG FOOT Prtsidarl's Cup: A Rick Dousman; Jerry F ortis; O Carl Bowen; Daan Oalgler. BOBOLINK Quota Point Individual: 1st Mark Jni an pli.i 7; 2dlou Flamm plui 1; 3d Bob Dineen plus 10; Elktr Nielsen plus 10; Low ?ros5: Mike crane 77. BRQOKWOOD Individual Low Nat by Class: Cham, pionrhlp Ed Wells 75-1243; Jim Fields 75-1055; A Jim Ambrose 3-1449; Km K'll'msn 8514 40; B Gus Glanakos 84-1947; shelly Esrig 84-19 (.7; C John Kovach 85-2243; Jerry Srandiff 84-2343; D Dick Kir-bner 89-264:;; Norm Marcus B7-24 CALUMET 5pnrts and Ppsii.nes: A Steve Flaherty 47; B Bob Davison 48; C Them Bondus 44; D George Beemster-boeraa; Best Bait: Ted Gleason, Henry flack 58; George Beemsterboer, Bill Sims 40. CHICAGO GOLF ' Saturday Cap: Ron Peterson 84-17 49; Jonn Fellowes 86-1470; Jim Beat-ly 85-1372; Fred Langenbtrg 84-12 72; Bill While 83-1172. EDGEWOOD VALLEY Low Net: John Fletcher 84 19 45; Palph 5tou'fr 8'15 44; John Blecha 80-14 44; Tom Koiak 05-2847; Clay-Ion Ottlund 96-2848; Bill Noslrand 17-19-48. EVAN5TON Sweapstekes: A Bob Plall 44-243; Mika Helnar 74-1343; Ken Shaw 75-847; Tm Fitiereld 75-744: Jerry Witlenborn 76-749; B Charles Kraose 94-2863; Jim Gottoscl' 01-22 49; Ernest Pontartlli 95-2449. FLOSS MOOR Bridgman Bast Ball: Jot Guthrie, Dolph Walter, Frank Armour, Lloyd Doran 124; Roger Garey, George Lindsay, Tom Bartletl, Percy Johnston 128. GLEN OAK One Best Ball Foursome: A B. Bnorklord, J. O'Brien, C. iSi-eehan, G. Oovle minus IS; B J. McEnerney, L. McEnerney, D. McKay, M. Darr minus ' - . GLEN VIEW CLUB Tonoh Course Dsy, Low Net: Cham-piorsSip C. Stewart 78-474; A C. Dickson 82 12 70; B J. Nichols 90-21 69; R. Lasater 90-21-40; C D. Nelson 96-25- 71. HIGHLAND PARK Three Kings and a Queen: Phil Coop-er. Barney f'.ngler, Harold Conn, Sharon Fehor 23 under;' Bert Rosen, Syd Gold hert, Jerry Ezgur, Robert! Breyer 23 under. , HINSDALE Low Net by Class: A Jim Love 76. 7-69; Al Maca 79-10 49; B Tom Frey 85-1449; Claira sekera 89-18 71; C N.O. Miller 90-2070; Herb Brook 93-2271; D Harry Kovats 95-3045; Doug Durkin 94-3046. IDLEWILD Junior Club Championship First round I: Brad Gillman 75; Mark Sachs 60; Jon Nathensen 81 ; Perry Weine S4; Grandlalher's Tournament: Sam Denmark 98-3147; Gil Solow 82-1340; Chuck Weill 102-3249; Lon Scbulman 19-30-49. JOLIET Difficult Course Day: Bob Richards 90-2149; George Stolen 90-2070. LAGRANGE Best-Ball twosome: W. Niion, D. Saiori 41; R. Green, J. Daily 41. LINCOLNSHIRE Husband-Wife Event: Mr. and Mrs. M. Black d. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hainslurt-or, Mr. and Mrs. M. LaMorlo d Mr. nd Mrs. R- Leoni. MISSION HILLS Steve Pone Best-Bali Foursome: Harry Johns, Paul Gelfman, Ralph la-cono, Jim Blakt 55; David Gomberg, Jerry Fint. Mel Reichmen, Ralph Bell 57; Sam Lohn, Alea Sertlni, Bob Bar-ron, Jerry Marco 57. NAPERVILLE Two-Man Best Ball: Carl Gasdick, Bob Christiansen 57; Mary Hartwig, John Hornback 57; Paul Whelpley, Harry Junes S9; Carl Gasdick, Chuck Ivanvi ::- '.'.' '' NORTH SHORE Low Net: A-J.P. O'Connor 71; B M. Kocour 71; J. O'Connor 71; D. Chapman 71; C A. Willt 70; D W. Bax 74; J. Gavin 76. OAK PARK Two Best-Rail Foursome: Dick Cio-cka. J. Gleason Jr., E. O'Connor, E. Simon 125; F. Aenlone, J. Mattson, E. Quinn, J. Slamm 129. OLD ELM Beat Ball Foursome: J.J. Louts, W.F. Murray, W.H. Avery, J.W. Button 40; N.. Gelitzine, F.G. Clement, M. Waod, J.O. Ames 40; A.M. Wood, B. Varrinnton, K. Chundler Jr., H. K. Gardner 60; R. D. Judion, 0."S. Isham, W. T. Bacono Jr., A. R. Kneiblor 60. OLD ORCHARD Low Net: Bob Behnke 75-1459; Brick Maiorano 71645; Art Miner 80- 13 47; Jim Barklay 76-8-48; Harry Koca 84-1549; Ron Ragan 80-1070; Lou Diamond 88-1472; Jim Christian-son 99-2772. OLYMPIA FELDS Best.Ball Twosome; Bud Lostn, Rudy Vignovlc 58; George Poppas, Ray Duesing 59; Class sweepstakes: A John Kjumieich 49; B Dick Helsel 10; Bill Thompson 80; Frank Vestlik 70. PARK PIOGE Sweepstakes: A Dick Schwieder 78-1543; Scott Romness 75-449; a Joe Curcio 78-1442; MilllNelson 84- 14 70; C Wnlt Strand 89-2344; Jo-tn Eilerllng 04-2470; D Loo Col-'ins 100-2971. PRESTWICK Low Net Twosome: S. Flood. J. Van Kooten 134; S. Krasua, F. McCartin 139; R. Murphy, L. Davis 130. RAVINIA GREEN Ladies Open Two Beit Ball: Frlhie Ohrtn, Barbara Somlo, Rochtlll Rtsslor, Shelly Merder 59-70129; Marilyn Paddor, Marge Zatovo, Gert Breslow, Inei Cohen 44-60113. RAVISLOE Ladies Most Not Pars: A Mrs. A. Hochfelder 14; B Mrs. Tony Freed 12; C Mrs. A. Cohen 11; Mrs. H. Gertlor 11; Annual Handicap: A E. Eisner; B H. Perlnun. RIDGE Mr. and Mn. Trophy: Mr. and Mrs. S. Supple dot. Mr. and Mrs. M. Malona 1 and 2; Mr. and Mrs. W. Hull dot. Mr. and Mn. R. Zilien 3 and 2; Mr. and Mrs. J. Mani def. Mr. and Mn. J. Glass 2 up. RIDGEMOOR Beit Ball Twosome: Tom Tullv, Jim Doherty 55; Titus Rosciltl, Frank Greene 57; Leonerd Marshall, Ed Fi-fielski 57l Conrad Hausor, Richard Nabli SI. RIVER FOREST ' Boat-the-Pra: Bill Bryk 44-34-80; Joe Cadieux 10334 47; Rom Collins 94-1868; MIM Schultl 76-861; Bill :emoron 74-760; Joe Higglni 79-10-49. , RIVERSIDE A.B.C.D. Stabltford Points! Joe Fern, Ed Demor. Art Calak 140; Jot Gaucher, Join Laskor.BIIIKiMoIsc, Ed Frank 144. RUTH LAKE Junior Club Championship First round leodersl : Bob Carl 77; Kon Mel nar Jr. 82; Ckris Manning 63; Jim Winters 44. skokib . Men's Sweeastakett A BHI Ferrlck I3.12-7W B Ted stslor 14-14 70s C Den Brown 94,23711 Jerry O'Brien 03-22-7U Al Wiggins 0724 71; Grandfather1! Event: Buol Morley 76-1066; Ken Lankton 05-27 68. SUNSET RIDOl Low Net individual: C. Locke 50; c. Tracy 65; W. Morrell 48; w. Veung 69, WESTMORELAND Best Bal Foursome: K. wolf, H. Gollerstod, J. Corpus 41 T A. Kiln, C. Wells, J. Rogers, J. McGuIre 41. WINNETKA Class Sweepstakes A Andy Caval larl 75944! Don Bennett 76-1044! Brace Herrlck 741046; Chares Fallon 85-1748! c James Park 90-24-44! Henry Dleltrich 04-21-44; Lawrence Ltvlnson 19-22471 Gene Dto 101-3447. Penner wins at Sportsman's PENNER, A MICHIGAN invader driven by Doug Ac-kerman, held on to beat longshot High Finesse by a head Saturday in' the $78,600 American National Maturity Pace before a crowd of 15,600 at Sportsman's Park. Good To See You, here from The Meadowlands, finished third; Judge Hanover, the 4-5 favorite from Ohio, went off stride early and wound up sixth. The entry of Penner and Cordon Argent returned $10.60, $5.40, and $3.60. The mile went in 2:01 3-5 over a sloppy track. TIME :20, 1:00, 1:30, 1150 15 R'mbl'g Willie Frnoln 5.20 4.M 7.60 ipengies Gio iwiiiams 5.80 3.20 rime Shadow LMills 2.60 EIGHTH Mile, pace, winners of 810,000 or mora in 1979-80, Bursa 511,000: PP Horse 3 Hobo Brooke 2 Winter Wit I Pharo 4 My Lost Time 4 Pacing Robin 5 vanderson N 7 Vogue Time V4 Sir. Fin. To SI 1111 2.20 2 2 2 2 4.40 4 S S 3 2.40 .' 7 4 ,t.'.0 S 4 4 S 3.10 4 4 7 4 12.10 3 3 3 7 15.80 TIME :30, 1:01 3-5, 1:32, 2:0! 1-3 Hobo Brooke IBntrgrl 4.40 3.40 2.40 Winter Wit Mate! 4.00 3.80 Pharo Palling 2.40 Porfecti (3 2) $31.20 NINTH Mile, pica, Tht Amerlcen National Maturity, 4 Y.O. puree 578,400: PP Horn Vt Ik Sir. Fin. To Si I Penner 1111 4.30 7 Huh Empress 1 1 I i 31.90 5 Good To SN YOU 4 4 4 3 2.50 Croiior 1 3 3 4 0.10 3 Noble Moiorlty S S S t 19.70 3 Judge Hanover la Cordon Argent 4 Racoarena 7 7 7 4 4 t 7 4.30 7 111 79.40 TIME: 30 4-5, 1:01 2-5, 1:31 4-5, 3:01 3-S Penner lAckermanl 10.40 5 40 3.40 High Empress Kainl 1540 7.20 Good To Set You IPomnttrJ 4.00 Pie 6, 6 winners (5-7-4-1-3-4) $1,483 . . Runnars-up (5) $26.40 TENTH Mile, pace, eond., purse 59,000: Vt Sir. Fin. 3S1 2 2 1 1 1 1 I S 4 4 1 S 0 7 4 114 7 7 10 10 0 To 51 1.00 4.90 3.30 10.00 7.10 34.B0 4.00 12.20 13.40 1:03 PP Hone 3 Bal O'Brien I Lumber Boy N 1 Little Dolighllul 1 Frontal Attack 0 Viva La Column 4 Parsons Avenue 4 Sinelt Lord 7 Armbro Rhythm N 9 3 Ready Boy Time: 39 4-3, 1:00 3-S, 1:13 1-S, 1-S Bel O'Brien Banksl 4.00 4.00 1.80 Lumber Boy N IShetlerl 4.60 4.40 LlltltOellghtful Beckloyl 3.00 Tr.factt (5-8-1) $518.10 AttoY-dantt-1 5,600 Handlo-$l,722,829 'Very One' is winner NEW YORK API-The Very One, carrying 118 pounds Including jockey Charlie Cooke, won Satur day's $119,200 Sheepshead Bay Handicap at Belmont by a bead over Euphro-yn. Balmoral entries FIRST Purso 52,500, 3Up, Clmi, J2,S00,J lor: I Lake Worth, Sunsari, 111 4-1 3 Shawn Rhue, Evans, 111 201 1 Joby's In Town, Gard, 117 81 4 Hungry Beanie, Evans, 114 5-1 5 Li9htmno Lanora, Hale, 111 201 King Leba, Urioste, 114 4-1 7 Prima 'Copy, Gabriel, 112 10-1 I Human Race, Ravalich, 113 101 9 Twist The Action, Gehrl, 114 11 10 Hyper Piper, Amalo, 122 9-2 TECOND-Purie 53,400, Man, 3,4,5, 5"i fur: 1 Dun Splashin, Gard, 119 20-1 1 Be An Eagle, Sunserl, 109 30-1 3 Get Me Out wot Debt, No boy, 11930-1 4 Molher'l Days Baby, Gain, 119 8-5 5 Track Quack, No boy, 119 ' 41 4 Mr. Jet star, No boy, 110 4-1 7 Coolfin, Gehrl, 113 7-3 THIRD-Pursa 52,700, 3Up, Clmg 52,500, I ml 70 yds: 1 Hoop'i Joy, 114 10-1 1 Men Golden Luck, 114 81 3 Tom Toddy, Fletcher, 114 4-5 4 Miles Frem Dixie, Dill, 121 S-l 5 Zoobilee, variable, 111 4.1 4 Dolly Secoun, Lindsay, 111 4-1 FOURTH Puno 53,000, Up, Clmg 440 to S3S, S"i fur: 1 Fusil, Bollatlno, 104 8 1 1 Color Wheel, LinOiav, 111 4-1 1 aCommandtr Tarn, Baird, 113 41 4aAsk His Angle, No bay, 110 4-S S xSlnglno Pocket, No bly. 111 45 4 Senor Peso, Amato, HI 121 7 Foreign Branch, Sunserl, 111 101 laArealgetdlhing, Baird, 111 41 9 Aim Away, Arrigonl, 108 201 It Kirk's Fair Ruler, Hela, 111 30-1 FIFTH-Pors 12,700, 1 Ot, CIS. 52,500, 5"i For: 1 Chlckaboom Charlie, No boy, 110 101 1 Mayor Wm. 0., No boy, 110 3 1 1 I'm Not Oul, Page, 122 05 4 Take Mere, Lindsay, 121 8 5 5 Oeorte Jr., Sunserl, 114 20 1 4 Blue's Grey, Gehrl, 122 1 4-1 7 Pennies To Burn, Hale, 111 5-1 SIXTH Purse 51,100, 1 UP. CIS. 53,200, 1 ml. a 70 Yds: 1 Slnch To Run, Guerrero, 111 S-l 1 Oh That Tiger, Wade, 121 4-1 1 Dr. Crowdus, Baird, 114 41 4 Nolo Paid, Lindsay, lit 7-1 S Fox In Sox, Ravalich, lit 8-1 4 Galopalonooonv, Amato, 114 91 7 Lass Willi Class, No boy, 111 10-1 5 Money Miss, Sunseri, 111 20-1 9 Long Right, Gerhi, 114 4 1 10 Innacio, No boy, lit 151 SEVENTH Purse 53,700, Str. Hdcp, 3 a, up, 1 mi., 70 yds.: 1 zap, No boy, 110 10 1 2 Call Me Lark, No My, 112 51 3 Munnie Cordone, No boy, 110 81 4 Mesler Dregon, No boy, lit 52 5 Spy Search, No boy 115 7-2 t Selaru, No boy, lit 21 7 Oilman, No boy, lot 201 Arlington Park charts Copyright, 1980, by Daily Racing Form, Inc. Da-trnrlittinn nrfthihitsd Saturday s msum T-i 6 furlongs, 3-yar-olds, purs $6,-I Si 300, claiming prica $7,500-$6,500. Post-2:05 pjii II II K til 10.10 end ei lots 021 41.40 7'1 46 102 la.ao It II U 27.50 S4.40 8:3 EIGHTH 520,000 added, III. Hdcp, Slk., 3 u p, I 1-16 ml.: THE PRAIRIE STATE STAKES 1 Millerproot, Monet, 119 t-5 z apamous Reietion. spencer. 123 1-2 3 eGateways Pyramid, Spencer, 115 1-2 a Lovir un urn, Baird, ids 30-1 S Gunshot Sacours, Lindsay, 100 20-1 f Smoke Blue, No boy, 108 151 a-Nancy Vanior a Aileen Alexander entry. NINTH Purse 53,200, III. Clmg., 3 A up, Clmg. 550 loses, 4 tur.: 1 R.C. Dream, No boy, 114 301 1 Whirlwind Alva, Evani, 117 10-1 1 Toco Paul, Amalo, 120 11 4 aGood Comment, Bramble, 114 20-1 5 Michael's Big Man, Delarata, 111 4-1 4 Tyle Flight, Lindsay, lit 151 7 Sgt. Revere, Kuli, 114 1-1 I Italian Tradition, Guerrero, 111 51 0 Air Express, Page, 110 ' 4-V 10 Connie Delight, Lindsay. 120 4 1 to Kay's Alicia, Venablt, 104 , 20-1 B'Bi itsknavai Eittifa Balmoral notes ELVIS LANGLINAIS won with each of nil five mounti Friday. The twenty, year-old native of Eretn, La. ii now second n the lockev stand ngs, one be hind hit roommate Mark Page. Rick Llnaiay n nea tor locond witn Lonoii-nnis. Lindsay won three roces on Satur day afternoon. Sunday's 520,000 feature has lured Famoui Reietion and Miller-proof al well oi five ethen. Architect, one of the best Illinois brads in training, hod been ossigned 131 pounds but paised because af the heavy Import. Architect set the track record for one mile and ana sixteenth, the distance oi snnoavs mce, when he beel Mlllerproef hero lest veer. The latter hod held mo Hack record Prior to meeting Architect, Hore and Jockey PP St. Our Ninth Richerdl 7 1 upset's corn eoy im-ri i a Ro Jo Spencer 5 7 Hasty Navaio IKerab'll) I 1 Hide Watch IKulil 1 t Lovdly Serena I Har'cek 4 4 Dandy Rebel Dayl t 4 Bio Emmy's Boy i neiraj a a 12 Muluels paid: OUR NINTH UPSET'S GOLDEN BOY RO JO Time, :22 1-9, :44 1-S, :59, Hint. Track sloppyl. winner Morula. Winner owned hv M. A. Cole. Mutuel Pool 6105,479. Vt Vt Str. Fin. To SI JU 1) is ! 4.20 4hd Ihd HI 11 t 4i HI 24 21 75 41) 41 511 7Kd 41 41 t 71 14 51 I 3.10 311 7.00 4nk 15.50 57 4.40 4nb 18.70 74 2.90 I 1.90 Truly Trouble Clerk! It 0 Pylori Ruler fltlirbl 7 t Nevada Silver Louvlerol 10 10 U Whookee Pookee Oilerl 5 4 7i S2 Mutuels poid: GRENNAN ROAD 118.00 87 00 FORCEFUL MAID S4.40 HDCAM nilSTEff Time, :22l-5, :461-S, I5T4-J, 1:07. winner, . n. ar br. I., 2, by Elmer L. Brown Tufted. Winner owned by G. Hudson. Trained by James M. Lovlldt, Sr. Mutual pool 6141,784. Quinine pool 5126,271. $3 Quinella (2-4) paid $50.40 I 1-16 miles, main TURF, 3-yar-olds, F-M, purso $15,300, allowances. 6th 510,40 54.80 53.40 64.40 63.40 S4.20 1:11 1-5. Weather, dm- b. c. 1 by Zingalong Lt Navillo. Ttalntd by Eddlo in hd lhd 11 11 3hd 40 2d 6 furlongs, 4-year-olds up, purse $7,600, claiming price $11,000-$10,000. 71 51" Fin. lhd 21 14 Balmoral results 4.60 1.60 1.40 1.20 3.40 4.80 v Saturday's results HI. 12.500. clmg, 3 vol t MP, 4 fort Farmer Burnt IGehri 11.10 5.60 4.40 Burlaway Balrdl 3.80 1.30 Mid century Typo Gabriel 1.20 Time. IMS. 2d, 82,700, clmi, 1 yos IIP. mile a TO yds: Bert'i Oulck O'brll Smoke Pole IPeoel Flyka Card IGard) Time. 1:47 3-1. Dally Double f J 71 Paid 670.40 Ouineiia 14-71 812.S0 3d, 82,400, elms, mam, 1, ill roi, 1' lur: Three Stlchet Lindsay, 3.40 l.M 1.40 Velshet Anna Oardl 5.00 1.20 Forty Nino Oemi ILangllaelil 2 60 Time. 1:011-1. 4ih, 51,700, I ret t tp, clmi, mile Nile's Plum ILIndievI 4.40 3 70 1.80 Mllly Fentesy lOuerrtral 11.80 4.20 John Russell lAmttol l.M Time, 1 : i s, Quinellt 19-91 614.00 6th, 54,100, rei ep. el we, F-M, S'l fur: Silver Florae Llndsavl 7,aa 1 40 3.00 Kim Ploauro Oirdl l.M l.M Aim 'N Hopo (Langlliulil 9.00 Time, 1:08 25. 4th, 63,300, 1 yes tip, ditto, F-M, 4 Inn Tiroe An' Cart Balrdl l.M l.M l.M db-Jasma's Baby (Langlns) 1.20 1.60 dh-Mlls Phyllis M. Amatol l.M l.M dh-Dead heel lor Id place. Tlma, 1:15 I S. Prrfecta 4-11 618.10 14-41 121.90 7th, 55,475, 1 ros-up, t fur: Forsake IHalel l.M l.M 1.00 Caslna Vic I Amatol Docks Delight ISonserlt 5.10 Time: 1:14. Prearam Numbers 1A14. Program Numbers 1 end 1A Reced Cnuned es a wagering entry. am, 54,100, 1 yat-up, t lur: Eeile Amalel t.M l.M l.M Scoll'i Rook Ltngllnalll l.M l.M Nitnt Expreu ILindsev! 4.10 Timet 1:13 25, Program Numbers 7 . 1A. 9th, 51,900, clmg, 3 ves up, 4 fieri Moot Cabin Lang'eltl 10. 60 5.40 l.M Keep Hemmering IWvdo i 4 30 3.M Super Olew IBroauil 9.30 Timet 1:14. Pregram Numbers 7.11. Trllecla li l t) paid 41,091 Attendance 3,316. Mutuel Handle 6-104,754. Horse and Jockey PP St, Fish Duck Hairei a Secret Spell Spencerl S Chinese Trumpet I Dey 3 Edicash Sancheij 7 Proud Sovereign Pal'nl 1 Bold Avanli Donmlly t Slide's Bid Richard 1 Baksheesh Firesl 4 52 Mutuels paid: FISH DUCK I7.M SECRET SPELL CHINESE TRUMPET Tlma. ! 1-8. :47 1-S. 1:00. 1:11 4-S. Winner ar hr. a. a hv Quirk Fish Wile. Winner awned ttv Whitney. Trained by William Bardi. Daily Double 6199,-80. Mutuel Pool 5174,110. $2 Daily Double (7-8) paid $100.00 4hd 431 44 54 71 41 51 71 I SS.M 66.00 To 51 2.90 5.90 4.M 12.60 10.M 0.30 4.10 4.20 63.60 63.40 63.60 It. b. C. V. pool Hone and Jockey- PP St. Va 44 Str. Stakes Bound Hirdes 7 4 41 331 21 Hardship Morganl 1 t H Vogue Felkl Diy 4 1 13 Prtcioui Event (Oiler) 1 S St Striped Action Spencer 4 7 7 Saran Firesl I 1 31 Bold Emy IKutil 1 2 IJ scratch! d AllswenenoBwaii. 12 Muluels peld: STAKES BOUND 614.20 44. M S3.4B HARDSHIP 1 53.00 S2.M VOGUE FOLKS . S3.M Time, :22 4 5, 1:12 3-5, 1:10. Winner, ell. (., 4, by Natlva Royalty-Tablecloth. Winner owned br Coronet Steble. Trained ly Brady Snned. Muluel pool 3231,154., Fin. Ta tl I1 t.io .10 1.40 7.70 Sns 34.M 7.90 14.M 7th 6 furlongs, 3-year-olds up, purse $10,800, allowances. FPSt. 1 4 4 I 1 7 I V, Vt Sir. 41 44 511 lhd lhd HI 21 It 11 41 54 4M 31 31 1 t 7 7 41 Fin. To SI Ii 7.00 211 - 3.30 31 11.50 411 10.10 S3 3.00 411 34.50 7 l.M Fomf Rater. Ancient 3d 6 furlongs, 4-year-olds up, purse $11,200, claiming price $25,000-$20,000. PP SI. W Vt Str. Fin. To SI 4H 11 Si SI t Horse and Jockey PP St. Vt Na Da Giant, IHirttetl 14 6 Son Gallint rLoiivierel 1 1 lhd fhd 21 Klne Hloh Straight IBi'kl 4 1 lhd 31 lhd Silver Devil IDavl 4 I 41 lhd lhd 41 mack eeorge mairei 2 a z" n't Get On Boerd Firesl 5 I 5" I Shd scratched rocr Royalty. 52 Mutuels peld: NE DE GAGNS S14.M 85.00 SON GALLANT 83.20 KING HIGH STRAIOHT Time. : I I. :44 2-8. ISO 1.1. 1:11 1-8. Winner Hk b. or br. g. S by Bopers J A't Joy, Winner owned by T. L. Lang ( D. Ewari. Trained by Donald iwers. Quinellt Pool 8108,630. Muluel Pool 6137.324. ' $3 Quinella (14) paid $21.60 4.M 1.30 17.70 J.W 4.20 4.M SIM S2.M 64.20 Hone and Jockey Tootsie Goodbv Cox! Persistent Felfe I Louvre 7 A Bold society Black l Snao Creek Pottonen S Imagine Sanclteil t A Freih Jut Gomtil 3 Cowboy Cadillac IDavl 4 scratched Positive Vie, Privilege, Beautilal Benin. S2 Mutton paid: TOOTSIE GOODBY 616.M SS.M S4.M PERSISTENT FELLA 65.00 SI M A BOLD SOCIETY S4.M Time, :22 3-s, :44 31, .59 33, 1:13. Winner, eh. o., 4, by Belt Bidder-Creem Of Society. Winner owned br Penciek Reclng Steble. Treined by Jamei I. Twardy. Mutual Mel 5147.018. Oulnella peel 6112,910. 12 Pick Six 14112.7 41 peid 57,127.20 for S wins) 1 llcktti. 4 wins paid 571.301 tl tickets. Pick III peel 531,011. $3 Quinellt (611) paid $54.60 I 'a miles, 3-year-olds, $125,000-eddtd AMERICAN DERBY. 8th Horse end Jockey PP Vi Hurry Up Blue lOiltne 3 511 l-Tiron (Hum t 41 t-Spruce Needles Mgn 4 4 t-Meior Run IHIrdesl S 24 t-Admlrel Spruce Dayl 2 HI bi. aonn iDiecil 1 l-ia s s !. .41 41 111 lhd t Sir. lhd 24 3 ill t l.M l.M 1.10 1.10 7.M te.it 4th I 1-16 miles, Inner TURF, 3-4-year-olds, maidens, purie $10,000. n il 14 l" 54 Fin. To 41 JO 3.M 0.40 13 20 7.M 11.90 Hone and Jnckev PP SI. w Bie Shovel I Flnsl 1 1 11 Tested Fleet I Black I I 41) vrran-i Act isnvai ape Daniel Webster Fonrenl 4 1 SI Level Legend Moreenl 1 t 11 Ooloeah Kid ISilvinol 1 4 lhd SCRATCHED Adva K. oa Qa. M nnalonka Tim. S2 Muluels aaldi BIG SHOVEL S3.M 69 40 SIM TESTED FLEET S2.N S2.M YRRAH'S ACT S2.M Timt, :131S, 1:11, 1:40 1-S. Winner, eh. e.. 1. be Big Swdo Bold Dtbt. Wlnntr owntd br W. A. Leftin. Trlinit ty William H. Fires. Muluel pool 4212,544. CU 5a furlongs, 2-year-olds, fillies, Jill, ourse $10,800, allowances. Hone anrTjerkey. a-Entry. i-Suppliment4rr et-mlntlltt. 12 merutll put: hurry tip Blur . tr.tf ss.m tt.M ITIION SS.M 12.40 t-SPRUCE NEEDLRI S2.lt Time, :21 3-S, 1:11 4-5, 1:37 4-5, 1:04 1-S. Wlnnor, b. e 1, by Mr. Ltadtr Blue Btrtntsi. winner owned by R. L. Reineman stable, Inc. Trained by Joseph M. Bollero. Muluel peel 8139,039. 9th Milt (chute), 3-year-oldt A up, pun $6,800, tfartar handicap. Hone ind Joctty PP SI. ta St. Billing Valentine I BaM) I 4 II 13 Dimlon Oallllano 7 I St a rnvara ruior iniraeii Pllanello ITllbertl Astral Plane Kuril Jehn'1 Dawn Day Sir. 1 Fie. Tell ! v.ia I I 1 ! 9 6 101 f'l It 1 SM IM 1 9 9M fM 11 I 71 tl 1 It ta 1H n 7hd 3 7 31 and lea itti t n n 11 ii n 4.7t 4.11 l.M 14 30 -3! e l.M.. 14.11 tl.M SM St Grennan Road IKutl Fortlul Mud IDavl Dream Buster (Halret Mlsslssinpl Oil IPllrson isyrtnt Ann iHtroatea viey Tnnunnrt I mesrers Dreara 'P SI. Vi I i ii I 7 41 Ptlrson 1 1 II 11 rblttkl I I 11 101 IFIresf t I lhd tl Morten 11 111 II Vt Itr. m m 31 II 4t 44 Fin. Tt SI 11 l.M 31 1.91 1.71 5 so 70.90 42.M 4.M Lanilm col Oil ideal J. o.'i Dinar Miritnl Madrase IBIackl Grand Entry Selvlnel Talk Tarkey IFIreil ez mulueis pile: BLAZING VALINTINI DAMION PRIVATR TUTOR Time. :11. 1 ill t.B. 1:104.1. Wlimar. ett. k. (leiing Iten Chulllmt. Winner owned by Merit Belrd. Tralnat by Michael t, rliteei. Meteet ptM 6111,744. Trlltcll potl 1235,931. $3 Triftett (5-7-2) paid $1,246.20 ' Attentance-1914. Telel Mttuel Haneia tlJ70,4M I1I.M St.M IT.M , i'.ejr; A-a-OTiiOy-watai , Hi pt'i nail i at;

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