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TROUBLE AT 10,OQ» METERS- jj.S, Olympic Hopes Bright :'-, .NEW YORK--UPI--Chairman Pihcus.Sober of the U.S. OJymple Men's Track and Field Committee predicted yesterday' American athletes will meet Olympic entrance standards to put three men in-all'events "except the 10,000-meter run." " . . . ; . · . ',· "The minimum standards are very tough,for us in certain other events," said Sober* "but I believe we have tlie men who can do it between now and the closing dale for entries in August." . . . ' He cited the 1,500 meters, 5,000 meters and hop-step- ahd-jump as the other "tough events." ; To relieve the massive traffic jam of entries in Olympic track and field events, a set of minimum standards has been imposed for the games at Rome late this summeri . · ' · ' . . ' " Each nation is allowed to enter one man in each event regardless of his previous record so the U.S. can have at least.the 10,000-meter man. . But any nation that wants to enter more than one In ·each event--.with'a maximum of three--can enter only those who ' have surpassed certain marks already determined. "That's why it's so important for all Olympic candidates to set their sights on those minimum marks right now and get them out of the way as soon as possible," said Sober. "Even if a man finishes 1-2-3 in our final Olympic tryouts, he can't be entered in the Olympics unless he has met those minimum requirements." U.S. officials regard the standards in the sprints, pole vault,-shot put;and other American specialties as ridiculously easy. But those that are tough for the Yanks are just as easy for certain other nations so it works out as fair to all. By FKANK ECK AP Nowsfeatures Sports Editor IN TWO WEEKS Anti-Trust Inquiry Set NEW YORK--UPI--Joe Foss, commissioner 'of the American Football League, reiterated yesterday that the department of -justice's antitrust division probably would decide --'·--" ~ "within two weeks" whether to file a suit against the National Football League. Foss arrived by plane from Washington. He said he conferred there Wednesday with Justice Department officials regarding the National League's Over 1500 in Easter Track List SANTA BARBARA-- Entries from the defending National Dallas ^ a n d ^Minjieapolis-St. AAU champioin Southern Cal- """' " " ' ' f " r ""TM" ifornia Striders and the University of Arizona helped push the competitors' list over the ]500 mark for the 22nd running of the Santa Barbara Easter Relays, scheduled for Saturday, April 16, at La Playa Stadium. · The Striders, led by official record holders Parry O'Brien in the shot put and Hal Con nolly in the hammer throw, entered a 37-man team that looms as favorite in the open chises be £ ore the AFL. was division t e a m competition. Also included with coach Joe Mangan's- group are broad jumpers Ernie Shelby and Joe Wiley. A late unattached entry is world record holder Bob Gutowski in the pole vault. Top battles look. like the broad jump; shot put (Bill Nieder, Parry O'Bien and Dave Dftvis) pole vault (Gutowskl, four other 15-footers); 100- yard dash; mile run, (Laszlo Tabori, Alex Henderson and Max Trucx); discus, (Fortune Gordien and Rink Babka) and hammer throw (Hal Connolly). Caliente Puts Top Weight on Colt Mister F.T. AQUA CALfENTE, Mcx. -Mister F.T., generally regarded as the border's three-year-old champion, will shoulder the high weight of 121 pounds and give from 6 to 18 to ten rivals i in Sunday's Jefferson Handicap;' a prep for the Caliente Derby. 'This Sassanid colt, winner of five of six recent starts, appears to have strong opposition from Lady Lou, his only conqueror this year, Rexecutive, winner of three of five races here and Heckhize. The latter was second to Rexecutive in his only local start after running in high grade Allowance events 110, at Santa Anita. establishment of franchises in Dallas a n d Minneapolis-St. Paul The AFL put franchises in Paul when it formed last August. However, the Minneapolis-St. Paul area later dropped out and received a franchise to begin play in the NFL in 1961 when thai: professional circuit held its annual meeting in January. At the same meeting, the NFL granted Dallas a franchise to begin play in 1960. The NFL has stated several times in recent months that Dallas a n d Minneapolis-St. Paul had sought NFL fran- . formed. Dallas had an NFL franchise in 1952. Foss said an injunction against the NFL would be filed in a Texas court if the justice department does not file an action against the established circuit. Foss passed through New York en route to Alaska, where he planned" to spend a week hunting. 'La/iding, On-And-On Clash Today L A U R E L , Md.-- UPI -Meadow Stable's First Landing and Calumet Farms' On-And- On clash today in the second running of the $50,000 added Laurel Maturity. Only five thoroughbreds ___ were entered for the mile and one-eighth race with Nimmer, Pen Bolero and Riversun completing the small field. First Landing and On-And-On each try for a comeback in the race limited to four-year-olds. Willie Shoemaker ride First Landing which carries high weight of 124 pounds. On-And- On, with two pounds less aboard, will be ridden by Steve Brooks. Bobby Ussery rides Nimmer under 116 pounds. Robort orle handles Pene Bolero, and Tony Russo rides Riversun, 108. Bay Meadows Entries Clear and Fast--Post 1:15 I*.M. FIKST--G furs.. ~3 yos. Clmg._S2Q00 1 Almirante .Air Sox lie's Better Crlsl.i There Brass Section Mr. Erne HtRh Drac Flashing ^Command 113_ HECOXU--fl furs-. 117 Tuffy Martin 11" Steel Fusion 117 Solidlly 117 Cal 115 Nina De Teias Faullne Hill FIFTH-- IVi ml., 4 yos, up. Alw, S230D. Alberta KinK 109 Lock Out II 111 Paint Brush 111 Le Beau 111 Scarlet Abbey SIXTH-- 1-1/18 ml., 4 5-03, up. 52600. 10S l/JlMaestroII jiu: Predacious · lua l-[~..- nion. 11 n Kaycee'H l l f ) Wonilcr iICltiRS Discovery in Solid Fleet - l l . i i s t n o w i l l Roller Kcl I. Ti|,|iecanoe 113 Vernalls nuruiniiui' J J J ' s K V K N T U -- l 1/16 ml., -1 yos. up. SI rover Me Up Kpce To Khal fltav Shark sunklsscd 113 Free Charlie 111 Gems Joy 1H F o u r C r n w n 116 Scott's Lacly "tlilKO--5_tms..JLJim : _Mvrca._K50^ Trannnll Vie 111 Novnlonk 120 ii-Doc Plcm 120 A Bumble 120 Pioneer 120 Moo Bob 120 n-Hl-Dadny-0 320 Eddie's Tlonnle'sAcc 120 Loncwnlt 118 Itccards To YOU 116 Latent Fire 116 a--N. Threcwltt trained entry. ICItslmbanyl Fnlllll llnreslralned sir Holly llamil Susie 109 I.ndy D Areenl 1H ill Chief II 111 n-Nalive Indian rcle Lea 11-1 Quidlco it Journey 11-1 a-Whlz Bam rlnce Cohen 111 Oac.irem mantlllah 111 a--A. Schwab trained entry. ^KRAMER SHOWDOWN TOMORROW- Gonzales Says Hem Quit Pros VIENNA, .Austria--UPI--Pancho Gonzales, world profes slonal tennis champion since 1954, said yesterday he definitely plans to retire from competitive play by May 1. The six-foot- three Californian further disclosed that he plans to prematurely quit Jack Kramer's tennis troupe tomorrow at Nice, France; He had been scheduled to accompany Ken Rosewall, Pancho Segur'a and Alex Olmedo to Australia for a series -of matches. The rest of the troupe will leave early next week for Australia. PANCHO GONZALES . . . determined 1o quit "I know that I'm going to have a lot of legal difficulties with Jack Kramer but I am determined to stick to my decision .unless a court ruling forces me to change my mind," Gonzales told the United Press International in an exclusive interview before taking off by plane for Geneva, Switzerland. Gonzales said his contract with Kramer is scheduled to run until December this year, but added that he has no intention of completing it. "I'm physically tired and I don't want to impair my health any longer," he said. Charley Dressen is a ball manager who revels in expressing his opinion, 'They're calling me a 'pop- off' again," the new pilot of the Milwaukee Braves was saying one wet morning in Bratf- enton, Fla. "Why the fellow who wrote that wasn't even in camp. "I think the Braves are a better club than the Dodgers. Right now I believe that and I thought so last year (even when he coached the Dodgers), and so did a lot of other people. Remember, the Dodgers finished seventh in 1958. They should have finished higher. Everybody said so. I {;ay that and I'm a 'pop-off.' I can't see where that makes sense. "I've got to like the Braves over the Dodgers, They (the champion Los Angeles Dodgers) have no Ed Mathews, no Hank Aaron. They have no Warren Spahn or a Lew Bur: dette, but possibilities. "Spahn and Burdette will ;ct a bit more rest so that the younger pitchers like Carl Willey, Bob Buhl, Juan Pizar-: ro and Joey Jay might get more starts. "I'm not trying to criticize Fred Haney (last year's Brave Index Horso Driver r.r. Comment 5.11 Edna's Sun (Cronk 1 2 Class drop helps 536 derrick Hanover (BeissinKcr).. 5 Chased better (537) Better Goods (Cartnal) 4 Went wire to wire Sfil Shatter Boy (Boardman) It Was not dlscraced Darling June in Bid for California Title SAN FRANCISCO-- UPI-- A field of 10 fillies and mares goes postward today at Bay Meadows in the $15,000 added San Mateo handicap which will decide the distaff championship of California's spring racing season. A trio of three year olds are stepping out of their tlass to tackle older en- Bragg Enters California Meet M O D E S T O -- IP -- Don Bragg, world indoor pole vault record holder, today was the first official entrant in the California Relays here May 2S. Bragg, in the military service, holds the mark at 15 feet 9'/3 inches. Tho Jiole vault field is expected to include Oklahoma's J. D. Martin who has cleared 15TVs this season; Bob Gutowski, outdoor record holder; Ron Morris, former Southern California vaulter and Jim Graham of Oklahoma State. trants. They include E. B. Johnston's Darling June, Neil S. McCarthy's La Belle Hclene and Mrs. W. B. Finnegan's Can't Sleep. ' Gueen America, winner of four out of seven starts at Santa Anita, and Darling June shape up as leading contenders in the mile and one-sixteenth race. Queen America, will carry high weight of 122 pounds and have the nation's top rider, Isrnael Valenzuela, aboard. La Belle Helene, a wire to wire winner in her last four starts, also figures to put up a rugged argument. She will be ridden by Ralph Neves while Don Pierce pilots Darling June. Social Event, Act Now, Pie Queen, Commodier, Airphibian and Pirik Swan round out the field. Modifieds at Ascot Headed by Parnelli Jones, Don Edmunds, Bud Sterrett, Art Pratt, Hank Arnold and "Tiger" Gene Brown, more than 60 drivers from Arizona and California will be on hand for the 7 o'clock qualifying which kicks off the opening eekly Modified Sportsman racing program tonight at new Ascot Stadium. Muir Netters Rap Burbank Sweeping to victories in all but 'the final doubles match, Muir High School's varsity i'i» tennis team yesterday dumped Burbank 6-1 on local courts. K10IITII-- 1 1/16 ml., 3 yos, up. FM. 515,000 Added Handicap. _ 1H 11.1 100 113 111 Parlinc June - .La Bello Helene, 110 Can't Sleep Queen America 112 Pink Swan a-- L. GlnuburK trained entry. NINTH--1 1/16 ml.. 4 yos, ,lip. S0300. 122 No Policy jm ( Uar m Odd Fellow IOS Nlcht HnwK 1111 H-ylerhey I Maritime Fleet 111 Kins'* Lore SINGLES--Holcomb ( M ) def. Harlann . C.-L': Randall M ) del. Haase fi-1. ; Lewis ( M i d c f . Berne r,-l, 6-3; Riilien (Ml del. Lawson ti-4, 0-7; Is ( M l dcr. Friedman !i-7. fi-4. DOUBLES -- Nelson - Stock ( M t (lef. Gelber-Jones 6-1, 6-1; Axup-Oiln (B) Jet. Tellcz-Klers 2-B. 6-3. 7-5. --nepnrlr-d by J'KTK LEWIS Colt Netters Win La Pucnlc's tennis team took a 29-3 defeat at Covina's hands yesterday in Montview League tennis action. It was a !' round robin match, and Co vliia's Mike England won four ' by love scores. Gloria Will, Does LINCOLN, R. I. -- UPI-- Jayei Stable's Gloria Will won the featured $3000 Darlington purse yesterday at Lincoln Downs. Premonition was sec ond and Olgenib third. Hoiv's Fishin? SAX DIEGO -- IIS5I, Point IximiJ Assn. and Fisherman's Landings: 4 boats. -Ill ttncKrs: 1 yellowtall, U Imrrm-udii. 357 bass and miscellaneous. BALBOA PAVILION--One boat. 10 .infirm; 37 yelloivtail. 62 barracuda. 61 calico bass, 1 white sea bass, 11 miscellaneous. S4V Pl'DIlO (Xorm's Landlnc) -- ·Ivo boats, 164 anfilers, flsblnR Rarity ·oint and local: 2:1 barracuda, S»3 ellwwtall, 7 bonlta. -1 halibut, 109 calico bass, :»! miscellaneous. SANTA MONICA--Four boots, 57 nKl-rs; 96 barracuda, 93 bass, 12 honito, 4 halibut. POUT HUENEME--Two bouts, anglers: 437 bottom fish. PAKAOISE COVE--Three boats, anglers: 00 barracuda, 6 halibut, -15 kelp bass, 558 rockfish. MAI.IBU 1'IEIl -- Two boats. 85 nnelrrs: 119 barracuda, 170 callro 1ms: . ·itt halibut, 5 sculpin, 79 rock bass. -- :r: Halibut, bonito. UKDONDO BEACH--Four boats, IfiO anglers: 1SS ycllowtnil, 270 barracn ' Hit brmilo. Barge: .Mackerel. Imnlto. 1.O.NT. BEACH (Pacific Sportfishlnc Landing)-- Three, boats. »3 antlers: lOi ·ellowtatl. 272 barracuda, :i whlto sea ,ass, 24 halibut, II! calico bass. I.OM! BEACH (Plernont Landing) -'our Imals. (2H anglers: 21 barracuda. 14 f-allc-o bass. 2 honllo, 1 white sen bass, 2ol yellowlall. SAX PEDRO (22nd Street Landing) --Tivo boats, r,5 anglers: 127 yclloiv- lall. barracuda. 30 bass. 15 miscellaneous. Derby jackpot Is now $558, NEWPORT UJave.y's Locker)--Three boats, 73 anglers: !3 j-cllowtall, 90 barracuda. 108 honllo, 151 calico bass, 14 halibut, 19 miscellaneous. SAN CI.EMENTB--Thrr« boats, 108 jnglers: 0 yellowtail, 177 barracuda, 4!) calico ami sand bass, 1 halibut. All day boats will leave at 5 n.m. am 0 n.m. and the half-day boat at 7:31 a.m. and noon. TIDKS TODAY Low High :2!l a.m. 0..1 7:27 a.m. 4,f l:l:t IMII, 0,0 7:,VI p.m. o. DODGERS JUST 'PROSPECTS' ' f " MlM INWINPtMT - ATU " AT| *"' 1 '" ._.. _ .._ - .._... --------------------- Topoff Dressen Plans- New Deal for Braves WOODSMEN-Milwaukee's Chuck Dressen (right) expects bat bashers Ed Mathews, Hank Aaron, left, who hit home 237 runs in '59, to do even better in new setup. manager). I just thinkTd like to keep a pitching rotation. A couple of rainouts won't make me use Spahn for the sake of using Spahn. By doing that one of the younger fellows would lose his turn, and may- e lose his edge." Dressen infers that happened last year. While Spahn won 21 games he also lost 15. Burdette had the same record. msammaiMfsimmismamaciaafassixaisMifaaiiemm The two- aces started 75 games between them. Dressen has managed almost 10 years in the majors and can't re member two pitchers working 292 innings (Spahn) and 290 (Burdette). "Mathews must hit third on my club," Dressen continued "He had about as much riglr baiting second as I did. We'! Schoendienst can come back. r his spring: I gotta take a :hance on him. He says he ·an do the job, and you gotta believe him. Why, I saw where, hey operated, and it looks like- a scratch. The doctor sure did a good job on him. . . "With Mathews hitting third,: I'll have Aaron hitting fourth,. They are the two best hitters on the club, and two of the best .hitters in the National ,eague. Both have speed. They are hard to double up." Mathews led the league in lomers last year with 46, drove in 114 runs and batted .308. Aaron led the league in hit; Jng (.355), hit 39 homers and drove in 123.tallies. "They, (executive vice president Birdie Tebbetts and General Manager Johnny McHale) hired me to run the club and they're going to let .me do it my way. : : ··-. "I'd say the best new men In have seen this spring are Carl:, Greene, who won 15 games -at Sacramento; Ron Piche, a re- , lief pitcher from Louisville, and Chuck Cottier, the second .baseman whose hitting is · bound to improve. "And don't forget J. W; Porter, a catcher on the Sac- .. ramento roster. He was a good catcher in winter ball. I wanted-, him at 16 when I was at Oak-be in great shape if Red land." McKibbeii's Pick® by MIKE McKIBBEN SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960. FIRST POST 1:15 P.M. FIRST-Mile pace. 3-4-5-yr.-olds. Purse $1600 Sfil 5SO ....... . is) ....... Country Mile (Graham) ....... Princesa Tass (Grenier) 1 Could surrpisc 6 Went better off the pace , ~ Traced evenly .. 4-1 ".. 6-1 G-l S-l 53S Jinx Kcynaud (Crawford) 8 Looks hopeless SECCND-Mile pace. 3-4-5-yr.-oIds. Purse $1600 503 Shatter Brooke (Cartnal) 9 May handle these ... 549 Creedy Boy {Belsslnser) 10 Closed well 483 Carter Creed (Cruise) .1 '-' 206 Amos Frost (O'Brien) 551 ~ " -- . - Was scratched from stakes i .. _ Worked In 2:06.4 Success Jay (Grenler) 7 Broke at the start Lumber Adlos (Russell) 5 Poorly driven in last -Scotch Beau (Wheeler) (i Some signs of life ;... Emily Dixie Lee (Lackey).... 4 "Would be an upset . Spah (Cronk) Good early speed .. r,-l .. 6-1 .. G-l .. 8-1 "10-1 THIRD-Mile pace. $2500 Claiming. . Purse $1500 53B Rip Norrls (Rapone) 2 Just missed r,DO Colonel Gallon (Bailey) 6 Was close to better fiBl Captain Rebel (Lambert) 1 Overmatched in last y49 Fi Fi T.1S3 (Jacobs) .1 Class drop helps 529 Shecanpace (Parcel) 4 Showed little 0-16 Jackie Adams (Sherren) 9 Aaklnf? a lot 551 Logan Tass (Thornton) 8 Needs easier spot 554 Miss Prim Patch (Gass) ..... 1 Didn't heat a horse 538 Naurlne Tass (Luther) 5 Hardly bother theac 4-1 4-1 fi-1 R-l .. S-l 12-1 40-1 FOURTH-Mile pace. Claiming. Purse $1600 544 Wayzac (Hansen) 2 Broke in the stretch fifll Knleht's Princess (Wheeler)... :t Closed too laic SIR Sheltered Bay (Grenler) !) Went better off the pace (52B) Bill McKlyo (Jacobs) 8 Ooinp well now 533 Salome Hanover (HicrlnRJ .... 7 Down in class f21 Harry's KinR (Eivin.s) B Failed to rally r2l Town Byrtl (Raponel ........ f Dead lasi ns favorite 521 Directress Tasa (Lambert) ... 4 Placed at 98-1 FIFTH-Mile trot. Class B Minus. Purse $1800 541 Newman Hnll (Key) 9 -M2 Ethan Morris (Dennis) 3 542 Wayne Hall (Cruise) 5 542 Pepper's Joy (Hlerlng) 4 (55(1) Scott Creed (Grenier) fi .142 Miss Alice (Dussauit) 7 ·T/6 Shafter Hanover (Boardman). 8 3s improving . 378 Miss Cash Key (Williams) ... 1 Long idle 5 4 2 KInp -- « . - · · - .._ score here- ... A beaten favorite ... Broke In stretch .... Last was better .... Needed last race ... Darnley (Baker) . 2 Asking a lot . :: t\ R-1 12-1 15-1 SIXTH-Mile pace. Class B Minus. Purse $1800 SEVENTH-Mile pace. Class B Plus. Purse $2200 (525) Josedale Juantta (Ackerman)., 3 525 T[ Mar (Wilson) 1 (536) Reno Belle Tass (Tassl) 4 5 Mighty Pence (Dennis) 5 3) Captain Counsel (O'Mara).... 8 3 Tamburlaine (Wheeler) 2 " a-Hich Topper (BeissinEer) ... B 7) Glow Star (Cruise) 7 6 a-Gopo Boy (Eeissintfer) 9 a--H. BeissfnRcr trained entry. Closed very fast ... Hunc on well Woke up in last ... Needed last race .. Won for LlRhthlll .. Better chance here . Could unset Went wire to wire . Must be considered EIGHTH-Mile trot. The Californian. Purse $20,000 510 Senator Frost (Buxtoti) '510) Charming Barbara (Wheeler). 510 a-Lumber Along (LIfihthill)... 510 b-Camas B. (Dennis) 510 Great Lullwater (Beisslnger).. 491 h-Model Heir (Dennis) ,. 514) Trueheart (O'Brien) SIP a-Lumber Boy (Lighthill) 5 Ov onfident ride in last , Galloped home in last , 1 Going in top form 2 Break ruined chance 8 Failed to rally · ' Asklnc a lot Didn'Fbeat this kind Stablemate looks better 524 Junior Maplecroft (Cruise).... 7 Failed with easier .. 6-1 .. 6-1 .. 6-1 ..15-1 .. 4-1 .20-1 a--J. Lighthill traIned entry. b--J. Dennis trained entry. NINTH-Mile pace. Class B Minus. Purse $1800 Explorer (O'Brien) Roxburgh Jean (Beissinger).. Ozark Tom (Cronk) Express Byrd (Russell) Rapid Goose (Bailey) Knight Abbe (Jacobs) Uncle Dud (Graham) 4 Can Improve last 9 Post 9 only drawback ... R Could lake it all 5 Failed as favorite 2 May be placed too low .. " Could wake up . . : 7 I usually close up ht impress Did r(ht . 3 Had speed to the stretch :::::: 3:1 3-1 5-1 fi-1 R-l S-l 12-1 15-1 INGO-FLOYD REMATCH Final Details Slated Next Week on Big Bout - NEW YORK--UPI--Tom Bolan, treasurer of Feature Sports Inc., told the New York state athletic commission · chairman yesterday he hoped to arrange the signing of a return Ingcmar Johansson-Floyd Patterson heavyweight title bout between April 14 and 22. In a "progress report" to chairman Melvin L. Krulewitch, Bolan said he planned to confer with state attorney general Louis Plefkowitz early next week to "clear up all matters in that office pertaining to the (Johansson-Patterson) promotion." Feature Sports Inc. and Floyd Patterson Ltd., have been named defendants in a state antitrust .suit by the attorney general's office. Bolan told Krulewitch that Feature Sports has not yet acquired the stock of Patterson Enterprises, but the promotional organization "was in the process of completing: final negotiations for the purchase." Charts \VKSTF.UN II A U X "R S S KACIXOiBeau Plcli (Hansen) .... 2 ' i 2* ,.KK\.. Snntrt Anltn Park, Friday, April!s pac p p a t r ol (Aquino) , . - 4 31 8, J9GO--20lh day of 22-uay rncolin?.ji- -··· ·--- "· ·'··' 1.70 i.no 22.70 Horse (Driver) Tommie Tasa (Tasai) Widow True fCronk) GnrlaJid (Jacobs) ... joodfellow (Rapone) Hal Bnlea (Hart) ... Del Dina (A H u f f ) .. Worthy Mite i Bailey) ... 9 Black Sclma i Grenier) Vel Vet (Carroll) .... MUTUKL.S- SECOND-- Om» tcsira Tass fT ____ Celestlna Hanover (Panel) ·} at Frost (Abare) ...... . r )t" Vlay Primrose (Hansen).. I ittle Keith Cone (McLd) h a f t c r Kins ( B o a r d m a n ) Rosa Bonhcur (Wheeler). 8- Tony Tass (R V Key) " · Joey (CVBrien) .. ue Hanover (Dennl Wlnfis (HIerinc) . Queen Pauline (Ci .lisa Sauret (Finney) ... Miss Executive (Cox) ... . .Ilss Fundv (Arkerman). 8 Septema (Cruise) 9b S2 MUTITELS 40: Pal Joey n-r 5.40. Scratched. -Tass. I) FAST arr. S2000 Clmp. Sir. Fin. Odtls ... 2' 1'J 3.00 ....5} 2i»l 4.60 .... 1') 3 nk ,3.60 ... T'"' ·!'} 2.10 .... Ss 5=1 19.30 .... 6 ' J Hi 77.40 ... 9 71 23.60 ) .. -I'" 1 8 S.40 .... 3"»bDist 9.20 mmir Tass ft.2ft, o 7.00, 4. GO! Oar- TompEe. Frisco Pnt-r, 3, + ' 5 00. Tlinr -- 2:03. ... 3'1 1'J 1-fiO KCl) ·}' 2 ' i l l l . l O ... r"J 35 12. CW i).. i' i: i.Go Ld) 7 M 5»k 57.20 an) fi'l 6! fi.GO er). 8- 7 a i 10.20 .;. 2jb Ri 17.30 mn 9 9 35.00 ra Tass S).20. 3.40. vcr 53.BO, SO.Gfl; y, Count Walter. FAiDJSC.OO. ·nt. 3, 4 i 5 year L'imc-- U:OG4/5. . . I 1 U .70 ... 4 1 2 ' J 1.80 is). 5 3ft 40.70 ... 2 1 43 30.60 .. 3J 5* 41.10 . . . 7 - 6 s 61.40 ... 63 7*i S4.40 n ) . 8 8 45.30 ....9b Dlst 7.40 v Tftss 3.40, 2.40. 3.40; Valuu Han- lanover. Coquette Shanty Town Bell (Lown) 7« M 21.10 Nita AxwortUy (Baflcy).. li 1 "' 7 s 12.40 Total Victory (Bilker) .. ,Shr S 84, GO Lofinn J. (Jfapone) ..... 7*J Dial 75.80 S2 MUTUEI.S -- Better Hoot 8.00, ;i.80» 2.80; B-au Tick 3.00, 2.20; Space Patrol 2. JO. Scratched -- Rce B., Hudson Victory. FIFTH-- Onn mile. Pare. S2ROO Clmtf. Purse 51600. Time -- 2:03 4/.». The Blhck Spider {Lchthll) '2'} U 3.1)0 Scottish Tcrrv (Sherren). 4 4 2' 1.70 Miss BcK Grattun (Wms) 5'J 3 i 3.10 Miles Whitney (Russell).. 6 * A 4'1 10.30 Bay Townshfp (Hansen). -T"l 51 6.no Clickmor (Wilson) 7' «M Sfi.30 L. T Eden ^Wheeler) , ... 1'i 71 17.50 Granrl Wil (Lied) S S 15.30 M MUTUKLS-- Tim Black Spider 9.80. ·J.tIO, 2.fiO: Scnttish Terry 3.00, 2.201 Miss Hell Grattan 2.C10. ~, SIXTH-- One mile. Trot. Class fl-- . Purse §1800. Time-- 2:03. Axel Rod (Cruise) ...... li 1- 22.30 :zarl( Mnn (Dennis) 3'1 2"' 1.70 M; Lo's Bomb (Boardmn) 4 1 } 3x1 2.50 Emlen Hanover (Welch) ..2H -I"* 10.70 Skcetcr Tass (Tasst) ... fiTM 51 5R 3ft FlorimeR (R V Key) .... S ' l 6-* 2.90 Eddie Gay ^Wheeler .... 5' 7; 40.70 Cleverctte (Diissiuilt) ... 71 Sj 1S.60, Rebel SOUR iBeissinfier) . 9 9 23. SO V! Mtm'ELS -- Axrl Rod 4G.GO. 16.GO. 7.20: Ozark Man 3.40, 2.60; HI Lo'S Bomb 4.00. Scratched-- Wayne Hall. ^SS^Id-JcS^T!',',;^:?^."- rU "" ilockette Forbes (R Wras) 1= I t , 2.20 Adios Paul (J Cniiae) .. 2U 2 .40 Rock Brewer (CartnaO.. 3 hd 3J 32.40 Tecumsen Mike (Bssn^r) 4'1 4** 37.90 Senator Prim (Grenier).. 5 5 13.50 S3 MUTUELS -- Horkpttc Forbes R-40, 2.20 out; Adlos Paul 2.20, out; KocH Brewer »ut. Scratched-- Embassy Hal. KIRHTII-- One mile. Pare. Class B-- -.' Pursp $1800. Timp -- 2:01 3/3. I?nnny Price (O'Brien) ., 2 3 I 3 } 1.10 Ronald (Graham). SELECTED HORSE-Wayzac (4) SPOT PLAY-Rip Morris (3) LONG SHOTS-(l) Shaffer Boy, (2) Success Jay, (3) Fifi Toss, (4) Bill McKlyo, (5) Scott Creed, (6) Hoi Sign, (7) Mighty Pence, (8) Comas B, (9) Rapid Goose. Meadows Results FOURTH--One mllo. Trot. S2500 Clmc. 1'iirsft SKiOQ. Ttnir-SrOSl/a. JFamous'xme'fAquino. ' : g ' J 3' H I 1 "* 3 00'Dream Come True (Crtnl) ;' 41 ii 4. o.uu r, hftnaa: X , B (Pcrhingon).. S= TM ivers Standings Tliroiisti Friday, April 8. I960 I)riv.T Alts. 1st 2mI3rd CLKAK AM) FAST_^ |H? ntI . In "and, Himalaya, Society Red, Jam' I.-IHST--G~furs.r3 _yos." ClmjT~S2"(iob".! Echvarri J. ( L e o l l n j r l . . 6.60 3.-10 2.(iO - -- - - . 3crn O'nine ( I V l n z l a ) 4.20 3.20 Bull Slrcn^tli d.:imvy) 3.GO 2.fif 2.20 Panclio Dee 'Sandovert 4.60 Uir.hy Nixon ( P i e r c e ) . . 4.40 ;t.OO Time--1:12. Also ran--Queen Sulli-'Nan j. (Miir.se) 3.20; van. Dr. Don. Gay Tower, Rejmlr. Prid" Timc--l:10. Also r a n -- A r m e d South, cv. Silent Speed, Madame Orbit, \Vhat-;Rlne BiO-.^Dcvaluution^SinKic !}}iff._ matter. Svalan. .'SIXTII--1 I / I B mi.. 4 yos,~up. S3200. O'Brien es Cruise es Dennis KU70. 0.60 54., SO, 130.70 70.:iO 10.00 Choose .Me .. Diamond Volo (Snook).-. 3'] GJ El De Rny (R Williams). 4 ' 7» Yankee Connueror K e y ) 9 . Si Hev There Alan (Bsangr) 71 9 S'» SIT T11KI.S-- Canny Fat-ft 4.20. 2.80, 2.40; Uoyal Itonald 3.60, 2.80; Famous. llft 3.40. v i Scratched -- Scotch Kate, Chester 3 Black. . -· Total Mutuel Handle -- 5568,199. At-,i tendance -- 6,614. _ . " :'l GOT WY'BI»',flEAl FROMi . I ! ERNIE PORTER SKCOXD--6 furs., _ y o s - u p - s^QOQ- The Apa (Keenel...... 10.10 5.20 3.nO 2'. SO !?osy. Turf ( A r t e r b r n ) ^omonarco (I Vlnzla) 12.00 Time-- 1:11 3/5. Also ran -- What tfaste. Desert Melody. Norconlan, Nob tun. Shlrlco Shcco, Mrs. Marc, Stage , FIIII. krlp, Skrlp. Fair Allbhal. PAILY DQUBLK TAII) S38.80. ^^EOuSDT^op^^ ^^^^l-^JjtJi^ 8.00 4.fid 3.40 Flnnecan (Npves) ... 3.40 lchut ( Selling Fast n i a r m t z l 10.60 fi.40 3.10 :lq-Fathers Risk (Vzl) 4.00 .1.00 Pacesetter (Maese.) .. 7.20 Time -- 1:43 1/fi. Also ran -- Hello Junedear. Funformoore, Teddy Boy, Auther B.. Hone. dl--Fathers Risk orlRlntu winner, disqualified for interference In alrctch, plnccd second. 3.40 2.SO Ten Five ( O r l f f i t h s i * . Mlsj» ifernwood /Vzla ~i?i) : *"Tlrnt--iVoo'-J/r.""^!^ ran--Mr. Smirk'! Time--:fi9. ^Also ran--Another H r u . , R u n d o w n II, Victory Beauty. Llnmold, t of Trw. Fncnai'itr.'Chnn Powny, Our Steelle SOLONS OKAY MVTUEL PAWFF Canriosa (NevM) 3.80 3.2f) 2.SO Cimin KM ( H u p f r e r i ) . 12.^01 Kdtn Helle ( M u n d o r f ) . 15.80 0,40 Time--1:46. Also ran--Fair Triumph. "'" '*·--·-- - - Tril)lcl| snape R u r n e r r j,,,t Jim, Ullra TiHra, Lahore II, Sailn Sullivan, Hindu Ml B.I Joyce (Frazicr) .. . .,, Time--1:11 4/fl. Also ran-- Hclone, Chicago MI3H, JDairy Dell. Miss Aqutlla, Dead Man Collects Bet ALBANY, N.Y.--UPI--New York State paid oft a live- ycalMJld horse raca bot yostcrday"cven though the winner had died before lie could collect the $1,620, It required n special act ol tho state IftR.slature to permit payment to the estate ol Samuel I. Bramll who'had purchased tho throe $100 mutuel tickets on the winning horse In the final race at Bclmont Park, May 26, ,1955, Tho horse,' Kitty Llfihtncr, paid $10.80 for $2. Brandt died at tbo track before he could rash tho tickets, After his body was removed to an undertaking parlor, the tickets were stolen by two employes, who later were convicted of grand larceny. Brandt's family had tried, to recover the tickets from the King County district attorney's office where they hnd been Impounded for use In the caso,,against the two employes. Last year the state legislature sought to authorize payment to the Bramll estate. But a bill author- ixing payment was Improperly drawn and vetoed by Governor Rockefeller. Tho measure was submitted again this year, and signed by the Governor after passing both houses, n--l i/iii ml., i yos. nn. $2000. , Sky. For Hire. SUMMER LEAGUES NOW FORMING COME IN AND SIGN UP NOW! 20 LANKS Fni, KVK. !):00 P.M. EXTRA MONTHS OF COMFORT FOR THE PRICE OF SUMMER COOLING ALONE At Allen, qualified Air Can- !llllonlng Engineer* wilt b« proud to Introduce you to Iht Fftddtn Kvat Pump that U ptr- fect for your n««di. Th»r« U a F«ddtrs for tvery room sin, far every type of current . . . Including o 1 V, HP mod*! lhat runt on 115 volt and pro* vldoj 11,300 BTU't of cooling . . . PLUS . , . cltan, rtllabU heat all fait and winter. FEDDERS H«at Pump Air Conditioner* Price from '199' CAM. K)It IIHSHIIVATIONS VISIT THE PIANO OAR IN OUR COLONIAL ROOM! PASADENA BOWLING LANES 970 E. COLORADO BLVD. PASADENA " · i; , . . ' · ' · ; . · " -- , ' * - - " · : ' · · · ' , · ' Mg_r wu ... 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