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The l^mile. J150,000-added Belmont is called "The Test of the Champion." and a victory by either Bold Forbes, first in the Kentucky Derby and third in the Preakness. or Elocutionist, third in the Derby and First in the Preakness. would put them in front in the fight for the 3-year-old championship. the 108th Belmont is expected to draw from six to 10 3- year-olds but missing from the field will be Honest Pleasure, the beaten favorite in the Derby and Preakness. Besides Eugene C. Cashmac's Elocutionist and Bold Forbes, owned by Esteban Rodriguqez Tizol, the only veteran of Triple Crown competition expected for the Belmont is Max Cluck's Play The Red. eighth in the Derby and a surprising second in the Preakness. The key to the Belmont appears to be whether Bold Forbes can be rated on the lead. There have been Belmonl winners who have led for most of the way but none have ever run the first six furlongs in 1:09 as Bold Forbes'did in the 13-16- mile Preakness. Not even the great Secretariat, who ran the first three-quarters of a mile in 1:094-5 in setting the Belmont re- cord of 2:24 ffl 1973. SlnuM ta Stretch In the Preakness Bold Forbes struggled in the stretch after running the first six furlongs faster than any horse ever had run that distance at Pimlico. and Elocutionist flew by him on the outside and Play the Red on the inside. Riva Ridge posted a 1:12 for the first since furlongs in his front-running Belmont victory in 1972. His final time was 2: 28. Three other 3-year-olds who are considered probables for this year's Belmonl are Great Contractor, Majestic Light and McKenzie Bridge. There are six more that New York Racing Association officials consider possibles, including El Po- rtugues. a stablemate of Bold Forbes. But some of these will go in the Jersey Derby at Garden State Park May 31. If any horse but Bold Forbes or Elocutionist wins, it will be the second straight war the Triple Crown has been split three ways. In 1975 Foolish Pleasure won the Derby; Master Derby won the Preakness. and Avatar won the Belmont. A victory by Elocutionist would duplicate the 1974 peformance of Little Current who lost the Derby and the won the Preakness and Belmont. Bold Forbes will try to do what Riva Ridge did in 1972. sandwich Derby and Belmont wins around a Preakness loss. Indy 500 on Channel 8 at 9 P.M. The Indianapolis 500 steals the show from basketball and gold today. A taped showing of the Indy will be shown at 9 p.m. today on Channel 13. The third game in the best-of-seven National Basketball Assn. championship series between Boston and Phoenix will begin at 1:30 on Channel 8. Boston leads the series, *-0. Following the basketball game on Channel 8 will be the final round of the Memorial Golf Tournament at Jack Nicklaus' Muirfield Village Golf Club. Channel 3's offerings for today are Grandstand at 1:30 and the finals of the Italian Open Tennis Championships at 2 p.m. Evert Besides the Indy 500, Channel 13 will have Sportsman's Friend at 1:30. NFL Action at 4 and a World Invitational Tennis match at 4:30. Arthur Ashe and Chris Evert will play Hie Nastase and Rosie Casals. Will Reds Be on Monday Night Baseball as Promised? 10 1-3 6.2t t.75 6.75 6.75 6.15 7.13 7.41 7.77 1.02 9.00 I 0-1 13.10 Saunders, Posey, Swiney Meet Stars Eddie Saunders of DuPont Junior High School continued his torrid sprinting in the Regional Junior Olympics Saturday at Laidley Field. Saunders reeled off a clocking of 9.9 seconds in the 100-yard dash, a time he ran. three times during the scholastic season, in the boys 14-15 class. Saunderi ilio led the field In the Ill-yard U|h hudlei and the Wtyiri low hnrdlei In Ui cliii In the meet tpouored by tag Gtlyeu Chevrolet. The top (oar (Iniihen In etch age gnmp won btrthi IB the Sute Junior Orymplci June II it Laidley Field. Other highlights of the meet, which attracted between 450 and 500 track and field performers from 7 to 17 years old, was the showings of Bill Posey of St. Albans High School in the mile run and Becky Swiney of Herbert Hoover High School in the high jump. · Posey won the boys 16-17 mile in 4:25.6. He edged Dave Wilson of DuPont High School, who as runner-up in 4:26.4, and Steve Carnohan of Huntington High School ran third, Swiney cleared 5-1 Vi, the height reached this spring in the girls state high school meet. John Dotsoh and Wilson of DuPont High School, Carnohan and Posey combined to capture the boys 15-17 mole relay in 3:33.5. Sissonville Junior High's Mike Jones swept the boys 14-15 discus and shot put with, strong performances. He threw the discus 126-8 and reached 44-9V» in the shot put. NOTES: Debbie Hall of Marshall University by way of St. Albans High School. helped officiate the meet. She competed in the national collegiate women's championships and turned in her best time of* 25.4 in the 220-yard dash . . . Teammate Stephanie Austin of St. Albans also represented Marshall in the high jump with a 5-0 effort . . . Junior Olympics meet director Jim Jones thanked the officials for a well-run event. 10-YARD DASH Girls 9 and under: Tammy Gore (9.2); Alderwn (8.6); Parker (1.7); Hodges M0.7) Girls 10-11: Susan Morrlion (7.1); Samuels (7,3); Washington (7.6); Bradley (7.6) Girij 1M3: Sherry Graley (6.7); Wil»n (6.9); Robinson !7.2); Bullin (7.1) Boys 10-11: Tyrone Watti (7.2): Gore (7.2); Sullivan (7.3); Duiguk! (7.3) Boys 11-13: John Allen (6.7) 1H-YARD DASH Oirls 9 and under: Tjmmy Gore (15.5) Parker (16.?) Girls- 10-11: Heidi Samuels (53.7); Morrison (13.1); weshlngton (M.I); Bradley (U.D- . Girls 12-13: Sherry Graley (12.9); Wilson (13); J. Robinson (13): D. Robinson (13) Girls 14-15: Rose Robinson (12.5); Jurce (12.6); v.ald- y»ell(17.7); White I13J) Girls 16-17: Nancy Phillips (13); Patterson (11.6) Boys 9 and under: DeWayne Brooks MM); Seals bury n:iw.»); Pytei (1:03.2) . Boys 16-17: Rick Allord (54.1); C. J. Spalnhour (S9.il; McCuskey (59.6) MO-YARD RUN Girls 9 and under: Paige Htdgei (4:10.5) Glrli 14-15: Janet Bassford (2:39.6); Paul (2.45.9), Rene (3:01.9) · · · . . Girls: 16-17: Ann Hendirun (2:34.5) Boys 9 and under: Matt Dtan (3:M.6); Wlrli (3:11.6) Boys 10-11: W» Washington.(3:14.4); L. Washington (3:21.1) . . . Boys 12-13: Lenny Oar, (2:25.7); Barker (2:31.1) Bcyt 14.15: Larry Cox (2:12'.9); Bwhm (2:15.5); Brown (2:15.7); Austin (2:16.4) Boys 16-17: Steve Carnohan (2:02.7); Sowardl (2:15.4) MILE RUN Girls 9 end under: Paige Hedge! (9:44.3) Girls 10-11: Jennifer cowan (»:02) Girls 14-15: Janet Basslord (4:01); Reese (6:11) Boyt 9 and undtr: Wayne Bowman (6:31); 0"Leary (6:47); Jones 17:07) Boys 10-11: Mike Houtl (6:30); W.Washington (7:17); Lenti (7:24); GUI (7:24.5) Boys 12-13: Mark Id worth (5:22); While (5:25.5); Bussian (5:40); Imhofl (5:42.5) ' Boys 14-15: John Klser (4:49.1); Brown (4:53); Reich (5:04); Anson (5:06.1) Boys 16-17: BUI Posey (4:25.6); Wilson (4:26.4); Carnohan (4:36.2); Wendell (4:53.2) . ·1M HIGH HURDLES Boys 14-15: Eddie Saunders (15.6); wiles (11.6); Smith (19.9);.Potter (21.3) . Boys 16-17: Robert Bias (11.4); Baldwin IN LOW HURDLES Boys 14-15: Eddlt Seiindtri (20.3); Hughes (23.1); Overstreet (23 j); Wiles (24) Boys 16-17: Jeft Pvles (21.3); Westfsll (22); Bias (22.1) 7.1 LOW HURDLES Craig Kay (10.7); Cooper (11); Vadala (11.6); Coltrell (12.1) TWO MILE RUN Boys 14-15: Miki Covers (11:41.4); Prendergast (11:41.5); O'Leary (12:26.9) Boys 16-17: C. J. Spalnhour (10:49.3); Wendell (10:56; Bailey (11:22) · . 440 RELAY Girls 14-15: Jellerson (Ward, Harris, Robinson, White) Boys 14-15; Woodrow Wilson (47.1); South Charleston (4J.6); John Adams (49.1); Andrew Jackson (49.3) W RELAY · Girls 14-15: Jellerson (Ward, Cameron, Harris, Mason) 2:03.1 Boys 14-15. South Charleston (Celebertl, Dill, Imhofl. Murphy)' 1:43.9; John Adams 1:44.1 MILE RELAY Boys 14-15: Tigers (Bell, Vogilbach, Hill, Malhena) 3:47; Four Stoges 3:52.5; East Going 4:11.5 Boys 16-17: Hot Dogs (Doton, Wilson, Carnohan, Posey) 3:33.5 HI6H JUMP Girls 10-11: Cynthia Monerls (3-9) Girls 12-13: Alberta Butfin (4-0) Girls 14-15: Betty White (4-0) Girls 16-17: Becky Swiney (5-1'A1 Boys 9 and under: Tom Bradley 13-3) R. Bradley; Murphy Soys 10-11: Richard PeHlgrew (4-2); Gore; Gill Enyi 12-13: Craig Kay (MO); J. Bradley: Pelty Boys 14-15: Adolph Johnson; Amick; Terry; Hines Boys 16-17: Paul Amlck (6-2); Tyson LONG JUMP Girls 10-11: Cynthia Monerh (10-«4); Cowan Girls 12-13: Jannle Robinson (12-7), Bailey (11-1'A); Hall (11-6'A),- Dabney (ll-S'/i) Girls 14-15: Rose Robinson (15-4/i); Ward (14-2'A); Jurca (13-5%) Boys 9 and under: Walter Seals (11-7'A); Potter (9-8'/i); O'Leary (9-4%); Hicks (8-6! Boys 10-11: James Hill 10-7), Gill(9-6'A); Mlone(9-'A) Boys 12-13: Len Dean (15-6W; Barker (14-1014),- Allen (12-2W; Cotlrell (11-4) Boys 14-15: Gene OuKield (1I-6V-); Moss (17-10); Bell (17-7%); Hulchlnson (16-7) Boys 16-17- Paul Amlck (18-4 1 /*); Spainhour (1B-2); Pyles (17-2); McCuskey (13-2'A) SHOT PUT Boys 14-15: Mike Jones (44-9V1); Thomas (31-7'A) Boys 16-17: Steve Henson (52-2W; McCuskey (32-W); James (31-9'A) Girls 16-17: Ruth Wade (35-lfAi Girls 15-16: Ooretnea Cjmeron (31W4) DISCUS Boys 14-15: Mike Jones (126-J); Little (117-9); Thomas (111-11); Cook (108-4) Boys 16-17: Alan Thoirus (126-7); Altord (126-6); Henson (1264); Fraley (89-0) POLE VAULT Boys 14-15: Glenn JeHries 111); Cobb (10): Amick (?-6); Jones (9) Boys 16-17: Paul Amick (11-6) The Cincinnati Reds and Houston Astros are scheduled to play Monday night on a regional telecast of Monday Night Baseball. It remains to be seen if Channel 13 keeps its promise to show all Cincinnati games scheduled for Monday Night Baseball. The game isn't on Channel 13's schedule but is on ABC's program list. The fourth game of the NBA series will be shown at 9 p.m. Wednesday on Channel 8. The fifth game, if necessary, is scheduled for 9 p.m. Friday. Cincinnati will play St. Louis Friday at 8:30 in a game that will be shown on Channel 3. Shades of Evel Knievel? CBS Sports Spectacular will feature a Motorcycle jump over 15 buses by Joe Einhorn in Buffalo, N.Y. at 4:30 Saturday. From 5 to 6 on the show, the Belmont will be held. Greatest Sports Legends kicks things plf for Channel 3 at 1:30 Saturday. Major League Baseball, with the game unannounced at press time, will begin at 2 p.m. Celebrity Tennis starts things rolling for Channel 13 at 2 p.m. The Roland Martin Fishing Show comes on at 4. The Monaco Grand Prix will be featured on the Wide World of Sports at 5 p.m. WVU's Gluchoski American Bowl Signs With Jets Slated Jan.2 NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Jets of the National Football League announced Saturday the signing of center Allan Gluchoski, a Mth-round selection in last April's college draft. Gluchoski played his college football at West Virginia. TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - The ninth annual American Bowl, matching North and South teams of college seniors, will, be played at 1 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 2,1977, Game Director Sam Bailey said Friday that the Jan, 2 date was selected to help the bowl attract more top players, since the game will be played before the Senior Bowl and Hula Bowls, scheduled Jan. 8. fire*tone CAR SERVICE Very Important Protection at Very Inexpensive Prices! W. Va. AAU ALL-STAR PLAYERS From Left: Roger Littleberry, Scott Bell and Craig Kay. Cage Tournament June 4-6 To Benefit A A V All-Stars SAVING ONLY 33 TUNE-UP Most 6-cyl Amer, cars The West Virginia All-Star basketball team, which recently won the state championship and the right to play in the National AAU tourney at Poplar Bluff, Mo., June 16 to 19, will sponsor a tournament of its owh at the South Charleston Recreation Center on June 4-5-6. The purpose of the South Charleston tournament, which is open to all teams in this area, is to raise $1,500 to cover the expenses of the All-Star team to the national tournament. Each team in the S.C. event will be limited to three college players, the entry fee will be »40 per team and each team will be limited to K pliyeri over-all, ill with 11 and 12 yean of experiwc*. Members of the W. Va, team, which won the state title in a tournament at Huntington on April 18, are Andy Hayes, Eddie Smith, Gary Orr, Dean Winefordner, Craig Kay and Roger Littleberry, all of Charleston; Gay Elmore of South Charleston, Steve Smith of Sissonville, Scott Bell of Huntington, and Andy Spradling of St. Albans. - Coaches are Rodger Monk, Jim Triplett and Ron Cobb. For information on the South Charleston tournament, call Monk at 345-0347 or Tom Miller at 744-5290. Add«4for8cyl. Some air cond. cars extra. Add 3X ea. for reiiitor plugi. We'll install NT?"'-' NEV" .-..charging system. ,-nd k uirouretor and check WHEN WE SERVICE YOUR CAR YOU RECEIVE: · Written warranties on all guaranteed products and services. · Only the services you authorized performed at prices you OKed. · Dependable car service. · Free car inspection, · Worn parts in a hag. for your inspection , (»..- A ..... 12.9,; a-YARODASH Glrimnd under: Tammy 6or«(«0.6U Alderson i(II 1 Girls 10-11: WiOl Samuels (3U); Morrison !33J); Washington (31.7) Girls12-13: Jaanie Robinson (W.7 Girls IMS: Lynn Jurca (21.1): Caldwell (31.7!; Cam- "Giriflf-l?: tewy Phillips (28-5): Burgess (».6); Pat- Bo»i9and:jnder: DeWayne Brooks (36.D; Perry Girts 1 and u«!er: DEObfe AMersen (l:l»J)l He!ats Girls :o-ll- Cri*^ MenrB (l:JO.Jl Girls 12-13: K»r«n Joan 0:«.5), Girls: 11-15: Suiaa Reel* (':"·',' GirU 16-17: Mary Bur;fss 11:06.11 Seyl^aniJunder: Jons Perry (1:20.5); Bowman (1:35.61: B.-WHY (1:25 I) Ben »-": il:13Jl; wasJiinjw 11:23); 1 Soyi'«-.15: IM 8*M (55.1); vV.'eam (57.4); Peterson Traded To Texas Rangers CLEVELAND (AP) - Geveland Indians pitcher Fritz Peterson has been traded to the Texas Rangers for pitcher Stan Perzanowski and an undisclosed amount of cash. Indians general manager Phil Seghi said Saturday. Peterson. 34. who came to the Indians in 1974 in a trade with the New York Yankees, had a 14-8 record last year, top's on the club. This year he is 0-3 with an earned run average of 5.55. ' Seghi said Perzanowski will be assigned to the Indians" Toledo affiliate to make room for pitcher Rick Waits who is coming off the disabled list Perzanoski. 25. is 0-0 this year. Last year he had a 3-3 record with a 3.00 ERA. JOE IE ROSE iimcEi!, iST. uiips" MAC McMIUION MiMGER-NOIITGOIIlUr KING SIZE $ up to Whether it's to reduce a lot of "Small" Monthly Payments, a need For New Furniture, Home Improvements, Or Any Worthwhile Reason, see Charlie King or "Mac" McMillion or Joe LeRose For A Helping Hand. Capital Industrial OPEN IVEN1NGS BY APPOINTMENT THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS III IB STUHT 31f ran SUHT 17 MM JTHfT lAliM! ·OVTCMBTUl.SIII ST. 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