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Come As You Are n' for the BEST PIZZA CASA DE PIZZA 2916 First Ave. N. Phone 245-6489 Hooif Enfers Net Tourney FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) Lew Hoad, who won every major tennis title except that at Forest Hills, wil nake a ate bid in the U.S. Open Championships Sept. 2-13. Bill Talbert, director of the event at the West Side Tennis Club, announced today that the 30? WD BHOAPWM EBS9B 259-7400 NOW! LAST 3 DAYS MATINEES DAILY WImn they tofctf yen for mm mu$ f Ummert they really tmhm JCK LE!M3!I SAKDYDEKMIS TKEOUT-CF-TOWXERS fcJU. OPEN 1:00 SHOWS 1:10-2:53-4:55-7:00-9:00 P.M. STARTS WEDNESDAY r 0 VjL C KM wan Oust- PwawCMM THE ULTIMATE EXPERIENCE FOR EVERYONE! 35-year-old Hoad, now coach of the Spanish Davis Cup tean, would be among the competitors. Hoad won the Australian, French and Wimbledon titles in the mid-1950s when he was the recognized king of the game but his doubles partner. Ken Rose- '61 Yanks Win Computer Game NEW YORK (AP) - The 1961 New York Yankees defeated the 1969 New York Mets 2-1 in NBC-TV's computer baseball game telecast Saturday. Whitey Ford beat Tom Seaver in the ninth when Yogi Berra singled, was forced at second by Bill Skowron who took second on Clege Boyer's infield out and scored on Ford's single. The other semifinal, between the 1942, St. Louis Cardinals and 1927 Yankees, will be seen Aug. 29 with the winner meeting the 1961 Yanks in the finals Sept. 19. PTA SUMMER KIDDIE SHOW MON. TUES. WED. THURS. ATI AO P.M. ONLY ENDS SOON BURT LANCASTER as MEL BAKERSFELD Ph. 252-1322 OPEN 1:30 THE 1 NOVEL OF THE YEAR NOW A MOTION PICTURE! DEAN MARTIN as VERNON DEMEREST A ROSS HUNTER Production Starring BURT LANCASTER DEAN MARTIN JEAN SEBERG JACQUELINE BISSET GEORGE KENNEDY HELEN HAYES VAN HEFLIN MAUREEN STAPLETON BARRY NELSON LLOYD NOLAN JEAN SEBERG JACQUELINE BISSET GEORGE KENNEDY as TANYA LIVINGSTON asGWEN MEIGHEN asJOEPATRONI wini W" - r- -nr ' MUSIC COMPOSED S CONOUCHO Br f ROM IH NOVU BY WRITTEN FOR THE SCREEN ft DIRECTED BY PROOUCEO BY ALFRED NEWMAN ARTHUR HAILEY -GEORGE SEATON ROSS HUNTER U.L AGES ADMITTED A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR Produced in TODD AO Feature 1-4:20-7:00-9:35 Gntrsl AudincM Tit FLUFFY" NO. 9 TICKET ONLY Opsit ft Nooi, 0tt it 3:00 UNDER 12 YRS 75c 12 YRS. AND OVER $1.25 OR P.T.A. TICKETS nFOXHB 30? WO BROADWAY 259-7400 wall, beat him in the final in 1956 to thwart a Hoad Grand Slam. Rosewall is one of 12 former Forest Hills singles champions who will be in the scramble for the $20,000 top prize. The others are ageless Pancho Gonzales (194849); defending champion Rod Laver (1962-69); Tony Trabert (1953-55); Vic Seixas (1954); Roy Emerson (1962-64): Manuel Santana (1965); whom Hoad now coaches on the Spanish- Davis Cup team; Fred Stolle (1966); John Newcombe, the 1970 Wimbleton titlist, and Arthur Ashe (1968). U.S. Cagers Beat Finland TURKU, Finland (AP) - The U.S. Olympic basketball team opened its European tour Saturday with a 66-61 overtime victory over the Finland's national team. Jim Brown of Dartmouth led the U.S. attack with 13 points. Cyril Baptiste of Creighton and Julius Erving of Massachusetts added 11 points each. U.S. Coach Jim Gudger was disappointed with his team's play and ordered a practice session immediately after the game. The Americans play their second game in a 12-game tour at Helsinki Sunday. NOW SHOWING Box Office Opens 7:45 p.m. First Show at Dusk! CLINT EASTWOOD The Deadliest Man Alive ...Takes onaWhole Army! 0 cunt EASTWOOD MllilLLi MACLAINE A MAMTtM HACKIN XKXMCTM3M TWO MULES FOR SISTER SARA PLUS A JCURnEY TO THE FES S!2f fICTUC Pll-V A UNIVUSAL PICTURES LTD. PICTURE .5 filTtv i I 1 STARTS WEDNESDAY mmm-mwm mmmmT TUP firrilllTllf r Easy mumn id itiLULnmiiVL vmiTU nnvceev nr Tur 01 n Dm n 1UUII1 UUIOOL1 ur 1 11L uu o; H DULU, t COURAGEOUS STATEMENT OF LIFE SELDOM MATCHED IN MOTION PICTURES!" -Rex Reed " I couldn't shake what I'd seen, even after I left the theatre. Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper can be proud of a movie which looks not so much photographed as actually lived... A wonderful actor named Jack Nicholson is magnificent!" -RtxKtts "LYRICAL AND BRILLIANT, THE REFLECTION OF ITS GENERATION... LIKE A BOB DYLAN SONG ON CELLULOID!" Tom Rowe, Washington Post "ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL MOVIES I'VE EVER SEEN. ..ONE OF THE VERY FEW THAT DOESN'T COP OUT! Filled with beautifully controlled little surprises. .. theimpactister- rifying! Peter Fonda comes off like a combin ation of Clint Eastwood and James Dean.. lasy Rider' will make him an enormous hero-star!" -Howard Smith, Village Voice CANNES FILM FESTIVAL WINNER! "Best Film by a New Director" r PANDO COMWNY . RAY6ERT PRODUCTIONS piesenn ny ? ,, Wgfr, x&w;- Sliding B5U mum PETER FONDA DFNNIS HOPPFR t l 1 1 J- J J ryot- yW' hV V "e' Caught in the Middle NOW SHOWING! Box Office Opens 7:45 p.m. First Show at Dusk Kelly s Heroes They had a message for the Array : "Upthebrassr PanavisKxfand lF urn I uri-" MeirocoKx w PIUS f MGM presents Jt An ItaloZingarelli mM 1 a? . Production Epj Metrocolorj I ENDS vP t TONITE I George Nordgren (44), New Orleans, kneels nies. Minnesota recovered the fumble but lost on ground and looks wrong way for ball he to the Saints, 14-13. Also shown are Vikings' just fumbled in an NFL exhibition football Bennie Francis, left, and George Morrow-game with Minnesota Saturday in Canton, Photofax. Ohio. It was part of the Hall of Fame ceremo- Shaw Shares American Classic Lead ytfeir AKRON, Ohio (AP) Frank Beard put on an amazing putting exhibition on the back nine Saturday, fired a three-under-par 67 and tied Tom Shaw for the third-round lead in the $150,000 American Golf Classic. They had matching 54-hole scores of 205, five under par on the demanding 7,180-yard Firestone Country Club Course. Gangling George Archer, who shared the second-round lead with Shaw, took a 70 and was one stroke away at 206. He was tied at that figure with Tommy Aaron, who had a 68 despite a double-bogey seven when he dumped it in the water on the 16th. . Bob Stone, a gray-haired 40-year-old, and Bruce Crampton followed at 207. Stone had the day's best round, a 65, and Crampton finished with a 70 after bogeying the final hole. Defending champion Ray Floyd had a 69 for 208 and was followed by Jack Nicklaus, 69, and Julius Boros, 70, who were tied at 209. "If I shoot a good round tomorrow I've got a good chance I D.N. LAURENCE'S "WOMEN m LOVE" PLUS 55 2810 2ND. AVE HO. OPEN 12:30 248-8383 "WOMfM" !?:, 3:10, :30. "POPI" 3H5 t 7:Jti of winning," Nicklaus said. "Everybody leading will be trying to protect the lead, and sometimes you can close up." Beard, last year's leading money winner, was two strokes Laver Sweeps Drysdale in 3 BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP) -Defending champion Rod Laver swept past Cliff Drysdale 6-3, 6-0, 6-1 and fourth-seeded Tony Roche rallied to defeat Roy Emerson 2-6- 6-1, 64, 6-3 Saturday in the semifinals of the U.S. Pro Tennis Championships. The two left-handed Australian pros will meet for the title Sunday, setting up the third straight all-Aussie final in this tournament and the fifth in the last six years. It also marks the eighth straight appearance in the finals for Laver, who has won the tournament five times, including the last four years in a row. Laver, who will celebrate his 32nd birthday Sunday, required only 77 minutes to polish off his South African semifinal foe before a packed gallery of some 5,000 fans at Longwood. With the score 3-all in the first set, the long-time king of tennis ran off nine straight games, lost the first game of the final set to Drysdale's service, then won six more in a row to close out the match. off the lead when play began on the warm, muggy day. He played the front side in par 35, then used only 10 putts over his last nine holes, that despite a double bogey six on the 13th. "I'm the best putter in the world, but I couldn't believe that," Beard said. He chipped to six inches to save par on the 10th and birdied the next two from 15 and 18 feet before the double bogey. The quiet man from Louisville, Ky., put his drive in deep rough, "hit some bad shots," and reached the green in four. He then two-putted. Frank had 15-foot birdie putts on 14 and 17, saved par with clutch putts at 15 and 16 and ripped an eight-iron to within three feet on 18. Shaw, who had a 69, started shakily and was three over par for the day after 10 holes. He rallied with birdie putts of 35, 10, and 30 feet on Nos. 11, 12 and 16, then lashed a five-iron to within 18 inches on the final hole. "I got off to a bad start, but I was playing good enough to come back and not get flustered like earlier this year." AKRON. Ohio (API - Thirdround scorn Saturday in (he 1150.000 American Goli Classic on the 7, 180-yard, par 70 Firestone Country Club Couree: Frank Beard 71-6547-206 Tom Shaw 70-6640 2(6 George Archer 67-69-70-2IJ6 Tommy Aaron 6MS(-2il8 Bob Stone 71-71-65 2"7 Bruce Crampton 60-68-70207 Ray Floyd 70-t&4-20S Jack Nicklaus Jukus Boros Tommy Jacobs Lou Graham Paul Harney Bob Lunn Dave Stockton Charles Coody Dale Douglass Gene Uttkr Fred Marti Bobby Mitchell KeJ Nagle Beit Yancey Bob Goalby Gary Player Phil Hodgeis Mdler Barber Bob Kiaburg Dick Crawford Homero Blancas Hod Funseth Bob Murphy Bobby Nichols Tom Weukopl Jim Wlechen l is Chi Rodriguez Deane Bcman Mason Rudolph Sieve Retd John Schroeder Jim Colbert Larry lunson George Knudson John Miller Ovule Moody Doug Sanders Bert Greene Kives McBee Harry Toscano Mike Kill ' Kernut Zarley Lee eider Lund Hebert Dick Lots Bob Stanton Bob Dirkson RH Sika Ken Still Dun Bies Jacky Cupit Dave Eichelberger Hale Irwin Steve Spray Frank Wharton Chns Blocker Al Geibereer Gibby Gilbert John Talley Bruce Fteuer Tom Nieporte Marty Fkckman Doug Ford ' Larry Ziegler 7M7-20 70- 6S-7O-209 68- 71 77-211 -72 70-211 M-72-71-211 71- 71-69111 7I-71-2I1 71- 72-212 72- 49-71-212 72-71 --2l2 70- 72 70-212 7-67 -60-212 71- 69-72-212 76-67 -W-2I2 60-75M-2I2 72- 68-72-211 6 72 71-212 7M8-70-213 744970-21J 73- 714W 213 7J-7J-7-2IJ 76-7047-211 71 7547-211 69- 73-7I-211 7249-72-211 72- 70-7J-2H 72 72-70-214 70- 74-70-214 71 73 70-214 673-72-214 7070- 74-2I4 7549-71-215 7071- 74-215 74- 71-70-215 69-71-75-215 71- 7371-215 73- 71-71-215 7449-73-216 75- 71-70-216 744H-75-217 73- 7074-217 70- 72-75-217 71- 772-216 74- 71-73-211 7075- 73218 75- 71-72-211 71-75-73-219 76- 70-73-219 71-77-71-219 72 75-73-220 7573-72-220 7076- 74-220 71-74-75-220 7O76-74-220 71-77-72-220 73-74-74-221 73- 74-74-221 74- 71-74-221 75- 73-73-221 75-72 75-222 72 73-77-222 77- 70-76-223 74-74-77- 225 74-7378-225 BIG SKY OtIVI-tN THIAItJ : Ph. 252-1322 She's Back! 3 Days Only Open 8:00 1st Show at "Dusk" good grief its candy I iota Hons rrfrZnl ordSeWfrtmGrp pment AOrstanMoTSandrVodiOen Giorles Azrxjvour WaHon Brando Richard Burton James Cobum John Huston Walter Matthau Ringo Starr Ewa Aulin. Candy PLUS Technicolor CfiC inmuiiuKiiww I er ymform f""'""" 1 1 1111,1 1 m wm Dana yp WYIMTER 1 rtrTmm ST. JACQUES Hp irnmrnm kevin Bm College t?tb By BON HOOBING Written For The Associated Press Yale remains college football's only '600 winner', most productive school in the history of the American game. From the 3-goals-to-none triumph over Columbia in their 1872 football inaugural to last November's 7-0 shutout over Harvard, the Elis have amassed 634 victories and 51 ties out of 864 games played. Princeton stands second in the all-time winner's circle. When the Tigers foiled Dartmouth's bid for an unbeaten season and forced a three-day Ivy League title tie, 33-7, in the '69 wrapup it was victory No. 598. As for the remainder of the ancient Big Four, Pennsylvania shades Harvard, 578 to 577. Bunched in a second bracket are three later additions to the competition Michigan with 518 triumphs, Notre Dame with 516 and Texas with 500. Army at 477, Dartmouth, 464, and Alabama, 463, round out the top 10 on the list. Ohio State, Penn State, Navy, Minnesota, Syracuse, Cornell, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Southern California, Tennessee, Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, Louisiana State, Pitt, California and Colorado also are members of the collegians' exclusive '400 club.' While the rating takes into account major teams, it is noteworthy that Lafayette in the college division has put together a record of 435-332-32 dating from its opening loss to Rutgers in 1882. As a comparative figure to the best among varsity winners, keep in mind the most victories owned by a pro club belong to the Chicago Bears 380. If the campus ratings were done on the basis of percentage, figured without ties, the results would be as follows: Notre Dame .784; Yale .780; Princeton .775; Michigan .733; Texas .728; Army ;726; Harvard and Alabama .721; Southern California .713; Tennessee .711; Oklahoma .698 and Ohio State .695. Back when it all began, a gathering of 400 paid 25 cents each to watch "Yale exhibit a precision which Columbia lacked" at Hamilton Park in New Haven. Tickets sold at $6 per copy for the traditional '69 windup when 62,562 showed up at Yale Bowl and viewed the Elis staging an 80-yard, third quarter march capped by Bill Primps' short plunge. From pre-Walter Camp to post-Calvin Hill the Elis have enjoyed 30 unbeaten seasons. Princeton has had 28, Michigan 21 and Notre Dame 20. Texas' 21-17 Cotton Bowl thriller over the Irish which clinched the national title and a perfect campaign also proved to be milestone victory No. 500 for the "Hook 'Em Horns." California claims considerably more than its 405 listed triumphs. However, for 13 of their 75 competitive years, the Golden Bears were playing rugby rather than football, accounting for the different. The school closest to the '400' entering the 1970 grid wars is Georgia with 397 victories. West Virginia has 395, Miami of Ohio 394 and Missouri 393. The all-time football teams ranked by total victories, percentages figured without ties: Yak Princeton Pennsylvania Harvard Michigan Notre Dame Teiai Army Dartmouth Alabama Ohio State Penn Slate Navy Minnesota Syracuse Cornell Nebraska Oklahoma Southern California Tennessee Georgia Tech Vanderbilt Louisiana State Pittsburgh Colorado California 40241 45 .627 W L 634 179 598 174 578 300 577 223 518 189 516 142 500 187 477 180 464 230 463 179 452 198 452 229 441 263 442 2116 441 2.W 441 260 438 242 435 IBS 434 175 431 175 421 238 418 250 410 219 407 274 405 229 T Pet. 51 .780 43 .775 38 .658 44 .721 30 .731 38 .7X4 28 .728 44 .72 37 .669 40 .721 45 .695 39 664 58 .627 40 .682 43 630 29 .629 36 .644 45 .698 42 .711 43 .711 34 .639 46 .626 38 .652 34 .598 30 .63

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