The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on April 5, 1973 · 76
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. fc - XN X w V 76 The Boston Globe Thursday, April 5, 1973 THE SPORTS LOG Golden State's Rick Barry and Nate Thurmond spent the greater part of the last two days swirling around in an Oakland, Calif, whirlpool bath, but both are expected in the lineup tonight when the Warriors host the Milwaukee Bucks in game number three of the NBA playoffs. Barry, who injured his ankle Sunday in the Warriors' 95-92 win over the Bucks, said he would probably start tonight but doubts he can go all the way. Thurmond had to have fluid drained from his knee but expected to see full action tonight . . . Providence's Ernie DiGregorio will miss all post -season basketball tournaments except the USA-Russian series on the ad-r vice of his newly hired lawyer, Larry Fleisher. Ernie D. will soon begin contract talk with the Kentucky Colonels of the ABA among others and his ordinary showing in last week's College All-Star game has dictated the inactivity . . . Former U.S. Open winner Orville Moody will join Bobby Jones and Byron Nelson in the Intercollegiate Golf Hall of Fame next Tuesday night. Argentinian heavyweight Oscar Bona-vena has been sued for $15,000 by a Buenos Aires architect, Noberto Bombi-cino, for an alleged assault earlier this year in which Bombicino suffered a broken Rock 'caps Pest time 8 P.m. FIRST Claiming Pace. 1 Mile tano 4 Mighty Annette. Smallwood 2 Forever Haven Day l-Forever's Debbie. Foster. Sr. 7 Valley Rainbow, Heeney . 8 Leesac, Gilmour 3 Ida Muuzel, Stratton 5 Mar Con Flyer. Beau'ne Jr. 6 Mungo'i Julie. No Boy 7- 2 5- 2 6- 1 9-2 5-1 8- 1 8-1 10-1 Also Eligible Dawn Adio. Peter 8-1 Dell's Image. Gilman 6-1 SECOND Condition Pace, 1 Mile 81200. 4 Dr. Dale, MacDonald 9-2 3 Lady Harlan, Heeney 6-1 2 Shadydale Air Park. Day . . 7-2 1 Pradoson, Carl Smith 5-1 6 American Shadow. Wing ... 5-1 8 Jefferson Flight, Davis 8-1 5 Miss Checkmate B, Harp . . .10-1 7 Ezy Bren. Howard 8-1 Also Eligible Mar Con Rebel. Hall 6-1 H. M. Camecock, Heeney . . 6-1 THIRD Condition Trot, 1 Mile $1500. 2 F.D.H.. Beckwith 5-2 3 Speedy Bill, Day 6-1 4 Bill Worthy, No Boy 7-2 6 Mr. Great, Maclnnis 8-1 7 Bonnie Valley. Magan 8-1 1 Lone Shark. Gillie 92 5 E.S.P.. Heeney 5-1 8 Junkman, Foster 8-1 Also Eligible Final Decree, Reynoldg 8-1 Moon Maiden, Ross i.6-1 FOURTH Claiming Pace. 1 Mile, 4-Watch Doreen, R. Maker ... 7-2 5 Squire George, Andersen . . . 8-1 8 SPUdland Hal, Nichols 8-1 7 Knighty Revue, Aprath 6-1 1 Booster, Smith 9-2 2 Speedy Jeff, Ajrastolakes .. 5-2 3 Chockoyotte Star, Giddis .. 5-1 6 Singing Gene, E. Redman . . 10-1 Also Eligible Pocket Edition, A. Smith ... 6-1 Bal Jo's Sam. Foster, Sr. . . 6-1 FIFTH Condition Pace, 1 Mile, 12500. 4 Marsh Hanover, Langille. . . 5-1 1 Gough'a Lst, Ross 5-2 3 Mr. Casco, No Boy 9-2 5 Short Streak. Story 7-2 6 Miracle Ace, Heeney 6-1 7Weal,hy Rice, Stadelman, Jr. 8-1 8 Frani J&iel, Smallwood 10-1 2 Take It Easy, Day 8-1 Also Eligible Shadydale Majesty, Wing . . 6-1 Steady Spirit. Norton 6-1 SIXTH Claiming Pace, 1 Mile, 11000. 1 L. I Dee. Foster 5-1 3 Lakewood Bomb, Johnson . . 7-2 4 Guy Kent. Faucher 5-2 3 Gypsy Win, Gilman 9-2 5 F. C. Oregon, Beckwith 5-1 6 Tijuana Beau, Hogan .8-1 8 Misty Rock. Boyle 10-1 7 Pork Chop. Maker 10-1 Also Eligible flaze Painter, Heeney . . . . 6-1 ed Thread. Gilmour - 6-1 SEVENTH Condition Trot, 1 Mile. $4000. , 6 Fashin Dream. Maker .... . . 2-1 4 Mar Con Frisky, A. Smith . 7-2 2 La Flamme. Davis 3-1 3 Eyre Yell, Miritello 9-2 5 Rock Maple Nike, Wing . . . 8-1 1 Willow Set, Beckwith . ...S-l EIGHTH Claiming Pace, 1 Mile, $1200 5 Billy Torpid. L. Gilmour ... 5-1 2 Galaxy N.Day J-J 3 Responder, Marchn 7-2 4 Lord Leslie, Nichols 8-1 8 Diamond Law, Heeney ,9-2 7 Zooming Tar, No Boy 10-1 1 Sumter Chief. Tauber 12-1 8 Sir Francis. Turcotte Also Eligible Movie Star, Pickett, Jr. ".- Gilmore Chief, Kurtzworth 6-1 NINTH Claiming Handicap Pace, 1 Mile. $3500. 2 Keen Yankee, Beckwith ... 3-1 3 Angel's Vicar. Kent 7-2 4 Michael's Edict. Paradls ... 5-1 5 Toujours Pret, Deletetsky . . 5-1 lBaron Gene, No Boy . . 4-1 7 Armbro Instep. Stadelman Jr. 6-1 8 White Light, No Boy 10-1 6 Adora's Nick Miritello . . . . 8-1 TENTH Claiming Pace, 1 Mile, " 7-S n eUaAv ciriw .Terrv. Austin . . 5-2 5 R. I. Way. Copeland . . .. 4 Atomic Airliner. R. Smith S-l 8- 1 9- 2 lLeroy Hanover, BouthlUier 8-1 s-l 7 Queenie Anne, umnuui 8 Shenandoah Lee. i Johnson Also Eligible 10-1 6-1 Alan tjien. Dn-nni'ii " : Thurber Flight. Caltagirone 6-1 Lincoln results FIRST SftOO, Cloimlno, Maiden, 3 Years. Olds & Up, 5 jrlonqj Gay Shone 6 20 4.M 2.80 Noble Charoe 3 60 Is dr-Furor IS. dh-Statly Satin 2-20 ALSO RAN I'll Say So, I must Be-Have, Quality Boy. Crown Coinoae, Quote The Raven, Richards Folly. Dd-dead heat for 3d. SECOND $2200, Clalmlnq, 3 Year Olds & Uo. 5 Furlonas. ,,,, fair" S whit Chief w ALSO RAN- Movadeb, Turf Flash, Esprit, Glvndon, Esta Opoie, Rose Mary D., Pia-Headed. Dally Double Paid $41.60 THIRD $2200, Claiming. Maiden, 3 Year Olds & UP, 5 Furlongs Six Below 34.20 13 20 5 00 All Relative 7.20 3.20 SALSO "RAN - Dutchess Pride, Mrs. Mag, Alcooosu, Little Swinaer, Captain Novack, Miss Simsburv. Dontketchma, Gold Alden, Space Pirate. Perfecto Paid $19060 FOURTH $2200, clolmina, 3 Var olds i. up, 5 furlongs. Cino Belle 5 20 4 20 2 80 Fillmore's Gol 20.00 8 40 WAdLSOimRAN - Ting Dare, Boun Baby, Lotto Chatter, Sylvan Lake, silent carmen. FIFTH $2200, claiming, 3 year olds & up, 5 furlongs. ... , , Sarve h Party 8.40 6 00 3 20 Whistle Jet 16-40 5 40 Fleet Words , . , , , 3 f ALSO RAN Sunshine Sol. Mocpunt, Our Soil, Lady Moid, Battle Born, Danlellita. Perfecto -4 Pold $191.80 SIXTH $2500, claiming, 3 YO & tfuteWSP- 23.60 7 00 5 00 Freegale 3 60 2.80 Furry Wuizy 4 40 ALSO RAN Eric Viking, Sneciol Addition, Drott, Chisel Creek. SEVENTH $3500, allowances, 3 YO 8. Up, 5 furlongs. , Slimbo 14.40 5 0 3 80 High Frank 4.60 3.W J A Twist 6.M ALSO RAN Wean Won, Mahuboh Knight, Lemon Peel, Afflrmotion, Rig A Jig. PERFECTA 3-5, PAID $74.40 EIGHTH $2200- Claiming, Three- Year-Olds & Up, 7 furlongs, Count Royal 7.20 3 M 2.60 Winter Prince . 4.20 2W Hunters Gambol 2 m ALSO RAN Azhl Bohoka, Stickball, Forever Ross, Banked, Clear Well. NINTH $2200 Cloimlng, Three-Year-Olds I Up, 7 furlonas. Chiqulto Oier 16.40 5 80 4 80 Ace In Orbit 4.80 3 00 Ruling Fox 3.40 ALSO RAN Golden Moss, Grey Amber, Proven Ability, Flog Down, Morocco Lad, Little Castle, Bijoocho. PERFECTA 2-1 PAID $48.20 HANOLE - $441,52? ATTENDANCE - 4981 jaw . . . BU and Yale will meet in the season's first collegiate crew- race this Saturday at 9 a.m. on the Charles River . . . Bobby Hull said yesterday in Winnipeg that a merger of the WHA and the NHL would be 'the best thing for hockey' . . . Panama's lightweight champion, Roberto Duran, has been suspended for 90 days by the New York State Athletic Commission and given until June 30 to defend his title in a return bout in Madi-so Square Garden against Ken Buchanan or be stripped of his title in that state . . . Last year's Indianapolis 500 winner, Mark Donohue, and 1972 USAC sprint car champion, Sammy Sessions, have been added to the list of drivers for this year's Memorial Day classic. Brazilian soccer star Eduardo Andrade, better known as Tostao, was reported in good condition yesterday in Houston following a third eye operation . . . Robert Krachman of Marblehead and Bob Revers of Dover were awarded letters yesterday by the Bowdoin College squash team . . . New England college division all-stars will play the university all-stars in the Hall of Fame College Basketball Classic in Fairfield, Conn'., April 17 . BOB KINSLEY Wednesday's Copynght 1973 by Triangle Publications, Inc. Daily Racing Form Complete Finish Confirmed By Headlund Photo Finish CLOUDY AND GOOD FIRST J2000. claiming C$1500), maidens. 3 year olds and up. 5 furlongs. Winner Mrs. A. Bo'oshs B. G. 6 by Silver King 2ndBowes Trouble. Trainer A. Borosh. Start Good. Won driving. Went J:31 Oft lime 1:U! lo. Hois Wt. PP U H Str. Fin. Jockey Odds MikieOooner 118 6 3 4 2J VA Kelly 2.10 Anieica 113 10 4 2' 1' 2' Fabiano 8.90 Sweet 'N Pungent 112 3 2 314 4 3' laquinto 3.20 Stepping Holly 117 4 6 6 5s V Miranda.H. 29.00 Ho Sunn 118 9 8 9' 7hd 51 McKenna 55.40 liby Array 113 2 7 7hd 6 6hd Parsons 49.50 ThatsChally 118 5 1 Ihd 3hd 7' Northcutt S.60 Ever Elegant 113 8 9 8t 84 Spinal 4 40 Blow Your Stack 114 7 5 5' 9s 9s Martinez 9.60 Double Q Girl 112 1 10 10 10 10 Mayorga 14.20 MIKIEOOONER 6.20 3.20 2.20 ANIELCA SWEET 'N PUNGENT SECOND $2000, claiming ($1500), 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs. Winner F. B. Gatfney's B. H 5 by Campos, Jr.-Hesitate. Trainer J. Labeo. Start good. Won driving. Went 1:57. Off 1:57. Time 1:14 35. Horse Wt. PP Vt Str. Fin. Jockey Odds Peace Charger 108 2 9 Ti 3' V'A Miranda.S. 23.80 Rich Desire 117 9 5 3S 2' 2'V Shunck 3.80 Ido Command 113 5 1 Vft V 32W Mmeau 10.30 Gloria Speed 116 4 4 5! 5hd 4hd Bohenko 12.10 World On A String 113 3 6 6' 4hd 5 Casey 1.60 Eileen's Spring 112 1 8 9 9 6ns Mayorga 9.30 Small Estate 118 10 3 4hd 6H 7ns Morgan 16 60 Mill Run 111 6 7 8' 7 8"i laquinto 13.70 Sun Flight 114 7 2 2nd Shd 9" Plotkin 4 00 Forever N Ever 108 8 10 10 10 10 Fabiano . 44.50 PEACE CHARGER RICH DESIRE 49.60 16.80 S.00 IDO COMMAND DAILY DOUBLE 6-2 PAID $169.80 THIR0 J2.000. daimine ($1,500). 4 year longs. Winner R. F. Cusson's B G 5 by Ambler-Mozuela. Trainer S. S. Sahagian. Start good. Won driving. Went 2:26. Ott 2:26. Time 1:14 35. Horse Wt. PP 14 Vi Str. Fin. Jockey Odds Moy Along 116 1 4 2nd 2J 1!X Mayorga 4 30 C'pher Cotton 113 3 1 1! VA 2:'A Zambrana 3 60 Queen s T'sure 117 5 6 6 6s Parsons 43 10 dh loop The Loop 116 2 5 S'i 4"i 4 Jiannine 12.20 dh Tommy P. 122 4 3 3hd Shd 41 Capalbo .60 MystersCal 111 6 2 4' 3hd 6 Rayfield 1120 Spurtree 122 T 7 7 7 7 Santiago 43.10 dh Dead heat for 4th MOZY ALONG 10.60 S.20 4.40 CHRISTOPHER COTTON 4.00 3.20 QUEEN'S TREASURE 6.80 PERFECT A 1-3 PAID $36.40 FOURTH $2,400, claiming, ($3,000 2.500). maiden fillies, 3 year olds. 5V4 furlongs. Winner J. Hartley's Ch F 3 by Irtm Destiny Sunny iadyJrained by owner. Start good. Won 2T53? Iirne-I0817a. Horse Wt PP Vk Str. Fin. Jockey Odds Khala Destiny 118 4 3 2hd VVt 15H Swatman 5 20 Gift For Gab 118 3 1 1' 23 2! Marinaccio 4.20 Kittys Special 118 5 2 31 3! 3ns Casey 140 Golden Goose 116 16 6 j4 4 laquinto 8 30 lady Scott 118 7 4 4 5 b! Mayorga 6 60 Oceanic P'cess 116 2 7 7s 65 6'2 Matleo 39 60 Rolled Barley 118 6 5 5hd V2 7 Turetsky 470 Fancy Present 118 8 8 8 8 8 McKenna 58 .90 KHALA DESTINY 12.40 5.40 3.40 GIFT FOR GAB 5.60 3.60 KITTYS SPECIAL 3.00 Rockingham results FIRST $800, T-2: 12 2. claiming pace, 1 mile. Ole Cooney (1) 3.40 4 40 2 60 Bud Abbe (8 ) 20.00 7.20 Doctress (6) 3.40 ALSO RAN Hazle Oakwood (2), Specie A. (7), Svlvon Sunny (5), Sassafras Joy (41, Wait A Bit (3). SECOND $800, claiming pace, 1 mile, T-3: 12. Mr. Boionale (1) Add Frisco (6) Firkle Los CI 7.20 4 60 4 30 4.40 3 40 4 80 ALSO RAN Gala Tag (3), Harold K. , Kentucky lorn (4; (8), Kenny Vale (2) Good Lord N DAILY DOUBLE I & 1 PAID $25. M THARD $1000 Mile. T-l:02.4 Claiming Pace, Vi Model Henry T. (1) 3 60 3 00 2 0 Playolona A. (7) 3.80 2 90 Bunny Gale (5) 6 00 ALSO RAN T R 's Choice (3, Royal Rino (8), Reanl Victor (4), Re-trio's Bov (6), Eolo's Deb (2). FOURTH $300 Claiming, Pace 1 Mile. T,2:'? 4 Feter Tossel (3 ) 3.20 2.90 3.70 Shodydole Shimmer (3) 3 40 3 Amed Ali (8) 8 80 ALSO RAN Keewovdin Wendv ') Lindy Toss (5), Mightv Maria (7), Meadow Orohon (1), Cherico (6). PERFECTA 3 & 2 PAID $19 20 FIFTH T-2: 10. $1500, cond, pace, I mile, Far Star N (6 ) 3.80 2 60 Marilyn's Pluff (3) 4.60 Cordovan Key (2) ALSO RAN Princess Mary (8), Soeedy Ed (4), Shoreline A. Hockomock Frisco (5). 3.40 3.20 2.80 Lou (1), SCRATCHED Chiefs Squow (7). SIXTH $1100 , claiming pace, 1 mile, T 2-11.3. Luckv A. (3) 6.40 2 60 2 80 Lothario Lindsay (1) 3.20 2 80 Mor Con Lee (6) 8.60 ALSO RAN Rocky (71, Son of Eden (4). Susie Barnes (8), Billy McQ. (5) , Chamnie (2). PERFECTA 3 & I, PAID $30 20 SEVENTH $2000 cond pace i mile, T-2. 09 3 Very Fair (31 15.00 6 00 3 20 Snap Judgement (2) 5.20 3 00 Adios Misfey (7) 4 00 ALSO RAN Nahhi's Amy (i), Govo (6) , Steady Hoot (5), Stunning Baroness (4), Groceful Smoke (81. EIGHTH $1200 cond pace 1 mile, T-2: 11 Amy J. (1) 3.60 3 00 2 60 Michael M Frost (21 2.40 2 80 Mindy s Bay Boy (4) 8 70 ALSO RAN Snow Proof (3), Peter Win (6), Smokie Beor (7), Shake Uo N (8i, Oorhan Count (5). PERFECTA 1 & 7 PA'D 59 80 NINTH $3000, Cond. Pace, 1 Mile. T-2 08 4 Moonshot Hanover (4 ) 3 60 3 40 2 40 Lebanon Glory (5) 4.40 2 60 Clod Hocoer (2) 2 80 ALSO RAN Adios Annie (3). Seaside Mist (8), H;lo Boy (:), The Widow Mite (6), King Bill U)- TENTH $1400, Claiming Pace, 1 Mile .T-213 Nolo Adios (4 8.00 6 00 4.20 Tim Tom Volo (5) 13.00 1 7 80 Chipman's Candy (7) 5 40 ALSO RAN Afton Gilded (8), Frosty Way A. (2), Pol Zoom (1), Bye Bve Knuter ('(6), Melvin Hanover (3dnf. SUPERFECTA 4-5-7-8 PAID $578.60 ATTENDANCE 1921 HANDLE $116,423 Race Charts at Suffolk Downs FIFTH Claiming Winner L Testa's B or Br C. Testa. Start Good. Won Driving. Went 3:21. Off 3:21. Time 1:00 3-5. Horse Wt. PP Vi Str. Fin. Jockey Odds Jeri Madness 122 3 1 Ihd l"4 12H Zambrana 6.20 Restless Jr. 114 7 5 5hd 5V4 2 Casey 10 30 Old lou 122 12 V V 3V4 laquinto 2.70 Fourth Jack 119 2 6 A'-'i 4 Babij 31.80 Swinging Candle 119 8 4 4H 3hd 51 Northcutt 1.30 Sol Panameneo 120 4 3 314 6hd 6ns Mayorga 16.90 Indian Leader 114 5 7 7' 7J 7 Fabiano 4.80 Bon Sport 114 6 8 8 $ 8 Michaud 20.40 JERI MADNESS 14:40 6.40 5.00 RESTLESS JR. 9.80 4.40 OLD LOU 3.20 SIXTH $2400 Claiming ($2500-2000) 3 Year Olds and Up. 514; Furlongs. Winner C. Smyth's B or Br F 4 by Cyane Persian Pride. Trainer S. Teixeira. Start Good. Won Driving. Went 3:49. Off 3:49. Time 1:08. ttorsa Mitia . ; Julie's Lullaby Wt. PP 114 7 5.60 3.00 3.20 114 2 122 8 117 4 112 3 114 1 115 6 116 5 Bold Future Oonman Miss Highview Lama B. El Mar's Pride Estes MITRA JULIE'S LULLABY BOLD FUTURE SEVENTH $2600 claiming ($4000-3500), 3 year olds and up. 5'4, furlongs. Winner R. Roseielt's B C 4 by Barbison Hello Prettie. Trainer W. Moran Jr. Start Good. Won easily. Went 4:19. Off 4:19. Time 1:06 25. Horse Wt. PP M Str. Fin. Jockey ' Odds Le Tableau 115 8 2 l1 V V4 Casey 2 00 Cotton Point 117 6 3 4?V4 3 2ns DiLibero 4.90 Jane's Playboy 117 1 7 7 V 3hd Drake 22.20 Tourist Trip 114 7 12' 2 4J Northcutt 11.90 Great Guffaw 119 5 5 5J 5hd 5!Vi Capalbo 1.60 High Wire Lad 121 2 6 6hd 7 6tt Palomino 4 40 Sir Market 112 3 4 3hd 6hd 7 laquinto 21.00 LE TABLEAU 6.00 3.40 2.60 COTTON POINT 4.60 4.00 i JANE'S PLAYBOY 7.00 9.60 4.00 11.20 olds and up, 6 fur EIGHTH $2500 allowance, 4 year olds and up, 5!4 furlongs. Win-i ner C. Mosehella's B or BR H 5 by Tudor Way Pilate's Glory. Trainer J. Guerrera. Start good. Won driving. Went 4.46. Off 4:46. Time 1:06 15. Horse - Wt. PP H Str. Fin. Jockey Odds EssOohEff 115 2 1 lhd lhd lhd McKenna 1610 Indred Meingeldt 114 3 2 214 2"A ,2JV4 Parsons 3 50 Coma On Nickie 113 4 3 3 "4 31 3 Fabiano 14.70 Unbendable 119 1 6 4V, 42 iA Capalbo 2 90 Dutch Baker 119 6 4 6'!4 6hd 5'4 Thomason 2.00 Miramar Chief 122 7 5 5' 5Z 6ns laquinteo 3.50 Grain Of Trouble 116 5 7 7 7 7 Madden 12.00 ESSOOHEFF 34.20 10.00 7.40 INDRED MEINGELDT 4.80 3.80 COME ON NICKIE 5.60 . NINTH $2,000. claiming ($1,500), 4 year olds and up, one-mile. Winner J. Sheriff's B G 9 by Beau Max-Scoreless. Trainer 1. Parenti. Start good. Won ridden out. Went 5:15. Off 5:15. Time 1:43 15. Horse Wt. PP 14 Str. Fin. Jockey Odds Scnbo 122 4 1 1"A 1 Contrada 1.30 Well'gton S're 122 5 4 2'14 2'14 23V4 Michaud 5.00 WilhstonKid 122 3 5 4' 3. 33 Cox 4.10 Flor'ce Leslie 111 6 2 3344 4' 4'14 laquinto 7.90 Indian Win'r 114 7 8 8 7 5 Fabiano 6 70 Oma's Heart 115 8 3 53 V 6'V4 Palomino 5.70 Lingspar Erin 116 2 7 V 6 7s Swatman 49 50 T'pical Cham 106 1 6 6'!4 8 . 8 Simmonds 32.70 SCOBO 4.60 3.00 2.40 WELLINGTON SOUARE 4.00 2.40 WILLISTON KID 2.60 PERFECTA 4-5 PAID $19.60 HANDLE $615,463-ATTENDANCE 6491 driving. Went 2 53. 0ft, Last night's Raynham results FIRST 5-16 Mile. Grade D. T 32 87 Dawstown Cook Imp. (1) 10.80 5.60 4,00 10.50 5 60 4 00 AH. H.'s White Socks (4) 16.20 9 00 Nacho (81 4.40 ALSO RAN P001 Tinnie (2), Castle s SDice (31, Ahloso Moo (5), Venture Oilly (6), Eades Candy Man (7). SECOND-5-16 mile, Grade C, T-32.32. Massive Raid (3) 9.20 5.60 5 60 L's Key Ho (6) 6.20 5.80 Barry Lod (7) 3.80 ALSO RAN June Song (1), Teatime Taptoe (2) Highlands (4), Shine Boy raj, tarneo Kun m Double 1-3 Paid 48.00 Lincoln caps FIRST $3000 maidens, S-year-oldi and up. 5 lurloncs. 2 Joe The S or 3-1! 1 Come Cm 11 Cim ahtime 4-11 Anybody 12-1 SH'ian Chief 5-1! 8 Headlight 12-1 12 Pose For Me 6-11 7 Soft Amber 12-1 4 Miss Big B l 8-1; 8 Jet Uo 12-1 9 Salty Boy 8-11 10 R. Reb L. 3 Southern 13 Chi'se L'tern 8-1 Gentleman 10-1114 Laura's Pet 20-1 SECOND $2200 claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 5 furlongs. 6 S'g O't Ro a 31! 8 Places To Oo 6-1 1 Whlppletree 4-1 OGa'eOfCh'e 6-1 3 Very Rich 4-1 IGemagain 15-1 4Micharg;r 6-1 1 2 Wind And 5 Vickis Boy 6-11 Stars 20-1 THIRD $2200 claiming, 3-year-old and up. 5 furlongs. 4 Irish Skies 3-11 8 Bo Pete 10-1 10 G.A. Jive 4-1! 9 Felon 10-1 5 Soleil 2nd 5-11 2 Get Em G'e 12-1 7 Migo Faster 6-11 3 Miss Candy 1 Gable 10-11 Cane 12-1 FOURTH $2200 claiming, 3-sear-olds and up, 5 furlongs. 5 Skyrise 5-2! 4 Bold Brava 10-1 3 Mito Rom'ce 3-H 1 Em Dee 12-1 6 State Star 5-1' 8 Tr'k'g Baby 12-1 2 Toe Ink 8-1! 9 Old Br'vMe 12-1 7 Bistrop 8-11 FIFTH $2200 claiming. S-year-olds and up. 5 furlongs. 5 Rest's Bride 5-2! 4 Perj'lty Ann 6-1 1 Mor it Anne 3-11 6 Tab Card 10-1 3 Get Ready 4-11 7 Helens Nik 12-1 2 Fancy Shot 6-11 8 Lickapage 12-1 SIXTH $2500 claiming, 3-year-olds and up. K furlongs. 3 R'son Tog'r 5-2' 8 G'bler's Gr'n 6-1 5LaurelChr 4-11 1 Follow Us 8-1 7 Spanish Red 4-11 2 Helen Ross 10 1 4 Carrvin Fire 6-11 6 L'en Creek 12-1 SEVENTH $.1600 allowances. 3-yr.-oldp and up, 5 furlongs. 1 Kv Judge 5-2' 6 Five Grand 6-1 7Ch'lesCash 3-11 8 Count Fuego 8-1 3Dru'rDate 5-1' 4 Eurallne 12-1 2 Miss Esta 6-1 5 B'hers Duff 12-1 EIGHTH $2300 claiming, 3-yr.-olds and up, 7 furlongs. 5 Uncle Roh't 3-11 3 R'berry Si'le $-1! 7 Paddy's A 4 C'.rcus Ch'm 6-1 Corker 4-1 1 6 Turn On 6-1 8 Lively Br'ie 4-1 1 1 Gol'n B'tam 20-1 2 Beranca 8-11 NINTH $2400 hdep., 3-year-olds at UP, 7 furlongs. 2 Sir Turf 8-2! 1 Tain Tarkas 10-1 8 Henry Mc 3-11 5 Wring Reef 15-1 9 College Try 4-1; 7 Nail It Hnn 15-1 6 K'tucky Tie 4-1 4 Glor'i C'bat 20-1 3 Sharp B. 6-11 Raynliam 'caps Post time 8:1 , m. Grde D 8l jfallnaRose 2-l!3EkcoRip 8-1 7 SundayBankr 6-2 4 KildnLad.Im 12-1 3 PIX1 Q"? 3-1 ' Black Spider 15-1 2 Tonto Pronto 6-llt MoreMargret 20-1 . Setend Grade C Sl I P",' . 5"2'7 Blta Candy 6-1 4 JackBlackwll 9-2 6 Bottle Cap 8-1 5 Chanute Fire 9-2 Gina Dance 8-1 3 MickeyStTklr 9-2 1 SurfireDinah 10-1 . . ,TWr Grade M 'U lLC'aDbcie 5-2 3Tipsee 5-1 i 5.?.y Bound 4-115 Petite Song 8-1 S "J May 4-1 i 2 Fiddlin Hal 12-1 7 Blend 5-11 1 Sir Gay 12-1 Fourth Grade D 38 1 Sparticus 3-1 3 Lil Pansy 5-1 5 p'Jf'r Dew't 7-21 7 Surfire Mollie 8-1 4 Lf.'s Fanny 4-1 2 Just You 12-1 8 Pearl H'dle 5-11 6 F'r't L'nd'ne 12-1 Fifth Grade D 11 10 6 Billy Crash 5-2 5 ProudLeadr 8-1 3 Flying Ace 7-2 8 Brkly Shwns 8-1 1 CoolHeadSue 4-l'4 Ahloso Tffrv 10-1 7JoioJinx 6-1 2 Roslyn Scott 10-1 SIXTHGrade 3. 5-16. 6 Katie Thms 3-1! 7 Bnntx Joke - 8-1 5 L.C.'sHiPks 3-12 Egt Ctie. Imp 8-1 4Reb'sTamy 7-2-8 FH's Bfeater 10-1 3 Glamis 9-21 1 Huff&Puff 20-1 Seventh Grade C ft IB 6 Magnetic 5-2 3 Tiny'sSparky 6-1 5 Turk.Trousrs 3-H4 WexfrdFrost 10-1 2 CraghMeg.Im 7-2 3 FlipAlong 15-1 1 GR'sBigBlue 9-2 7 KeavesFlash 20-1 Eighth Grade C 5l 4 Gryhund Lad 2-118 Minnie Miller 5-1 6 BerkleyChico 5-211 Power Arms 6-1 7 GR'sMaryZ. 4-1:3 Investor.lmp. 8-1 5 War Goddess 5-112 Big Ru 15-1 Ninth Grade B 516 8BerklyDuff 5-216 Pndy's Chief 6-1 7WhteQueen 3-111 J R. 's Conqst 8-1 2 J R. 'S By Joe 5-111 K's Brutus 8-1 3 Upanover 6-11 5 Silnt Spirit 12-1 Tenth Grade B 38 4 Aline Go 5-2' 5 C F.'s St Alx 6-1 6 Rabbit Run 4-11 7 B.J. Clown 6-1 1 Cousin Bess 5-112 J.J.'s Sonya 10-1 3SpcalMmory 6-118 Cvna Abble 15-1 Eleventh Grade A 516 4 Handsome T' 5-2 1 Clare Go 6-1 2 June's Tuffy 5-2'6 Berklej Clip 10-1 5 C'stle's Sioux 7-28 Slipper's D'll 12-1 7L.F.'sL'Mae 4-113 Ball' SkM'p 20-1 Twelfth Grade A 38 2 Bold Bash 2-1 8 Raft Race 8-1 6 D.A.'s Deb 4-113 Miss Oh 8-1 5 L.F.'s Wil' R' 5-11 Berkley Curl 12-1 4 Sum'r Sp'kle 5-117 M'j'stic Britt 15-1 ($2500 - 2000) 4 Year Olds and Up. 5 Furlongs. G 4 by Spring Madness Rose Jeri. Trainer PERFECTA 3-7 PAID $149.60 W 5 H Str. Fin. Jockey Odds 6s VA Madden 1.60 4hd 4hd 2V4 Capalbo 5.20 l'Vi lhd. 3hd Kelly 30.20 2 2' 3 Arroyo 1740 3 V 5' Mayorga 4.70 5hd 6' "A Parsons 280 7 734 714 Marimaccio 12.40 8 8 8 Turetsky 10.30 5.20 3.60 2.60 5.00 3.20 4.40 PERFECTA 8-6 PAID $45.80 THIRD 5-16th Mile, Grade D. T 32 71 Fast Card (2 ) 9.20 3 60 2.40 Pancho Villa (3) 3.80 2cO Treasure Havoc (6) 2 40 ALSO RAN B. J. Fan Tan (I), Top Talent (4), She's Dilly (5), Capitol (7), Windsor Lock (8). PERFECTA 2-3 PAID $27.00 FOURTH 5-16 Mile, Grade D. T- 32 56 Dordanus (6) 3.60 3.20 2 80 Dakota Whizzer (41 6 in An Audrey E (8) 3 80 ALSO RAN Kerhonkson (1), Keep The Change (2) Pony Tress (3), H.W.'s David (5), Time For Study (7). PERFECTA 6 4 PAID $21.00 FIFTH Five-sixteenths Mile. Grade D. T-33 10 Now Ed (3 ) 21.60 11.40 5.80 Merry Robin, Imp (3) 11.40 4 20 Buyers Guide (7) 4 ;0 ALSO RAN Revisit (1), Ocalo Lad (2), Demon O'heother (41, Worthless (5), S. R. Samontha (61. PERFECTA 8 3 PAID $314 40 SIXTH Five-sixteenth Mile, Grade C T-32 55 Miss Go Moore (4) 26.80 13.80 11.40 Season Haze (1) 10 00 8 80 Hodv (5) 7.40 ALSO RAN Golden Singer (2), B. J. Race Bandit (3), Gav Friday (6), Camus O'heather (7), Sandy Claws (8). PERFECTA 4-1 PAID $277.40 SEVENTH 3-8 mile, grade D, T-40.46 Come What May (8). 29.80 14.80 8.00 Caster (4 ) 30.60 5.60 G. R.'s Whiz Flosh (7) 5 00 ALSO RAN: Horrazuma (I), Power Man (2), Lotty (3), Brett (5), Lovely Liz (61 PERFECTA 8-4 PAID $374 40 EIGHTH 5-16 mile, grode C, T 32.91. Too Zip (6) 19.40 8 00 5 80 Vicky Swinger (8) 7.80 7 20 Jone Nosso (1) 4.80 ALSO RAN: Riofanta, Imo. (2), Berkley Pride (3), Lincoln's Fame Imp. (4), Autumn Prospect, Imp (5). PERFECTA 6-8 PAID $198 80 Harden softens stand on job United Press International DENVER Basketball coach Al Harden said yesterday he was in no hurry to leave Denver University but he applied for the University of Oklahoma head job because "it, appealed to me" "I am not unhappy with the University of Denver," the first-year coach said, "but you always are looking tor something." OBITUARIES lyiil Wm $ w 111 SWA S-" JUBILEE Pierino Marchegiano, who died yesterday, and his wife parents of late heavyweight boxing champion Rocky Marciano cut cake at their 50th wedding anniversary celebration in 1971 Globe photo. Pierino Marchegiano, 78, father of Rocky Marciano BROCKTON Pierino (Peter) Marchegiano, 78, of 168 Dover st., the father of the late heavyweight boxing champion, Rocky Marciano, died yesterday at Brockton Hospital. His son died in a plane crash at Newton, la., in 1969. He saw all of Rocky's big fights during the glory years. He'd sit quietly at the training camp or at ringside during the championship fights and would be a model of composure while others around him were in a frenzy. In January 1970 he came into Boston to attend a press conference in connection with a computerized Rocky Marciano-Mo-hammed Ali bout. A film of Marciano in action was shown that day and his father told reporters: "It hurts me to watch. It hurts to see, because I remember the good days." Mr. Marchegiano was born in Italy and had lived in Brockton for nearly 60 years. During World War I he served with the US Marines Second Division in France and was wounded in action. Through most of his life he worked in the shoe factories of Brockton until his son knocked out Joe Louis. For Rocky's father, that meant retirement. His son won the world heavyweight boxing championship from Jersey Joe Walcott on Sept. 23, 1952. He successfully defended his title six times and was never defeated in a professional fight. Rocky Marciano died in a plane crash at Newton, la. in 1969. In 1971 Mr. Marchegiano and his wife, Pasqualina (Picciuto) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Besides his wife, he leaves two sons, Peter Marchegiano of Brockton and Louis Marchegiano of California; three daughters, Mrs. Vincent Pereira, Richard Wyman Nurseryman, 80 FRAMINGHAM Richard M. Wyman of 63 Summer St., a nurseryman here more than 50 years, died late Tuesday in Fra-mingham Union Hospital. He was 80. In addition to owning nurseries, Mr. Wyman was a past president of the Bay State Nurseries and a member of the American association of Nurserymen and the American Holly Society and past president of both the New England and Massachusetts nurserymen's associations. He was a past master of Alpha Lodge of Masons and a corporator of the Framingham Savings Bank and the Framingham Union Hospital. He leaves his wife, Ada-lene (Willcomb); a son, Richard M. Wyman Jr. of Wellesley; a daughter, Mrs. Gretchen W. Graham of Wayland, and two sisters, Mrs. Florence Calkins of Lexington and Mrs. Rachel Cann of High Springs, Fla. There will be a memorial service at 11 Saturday in First Parish Church. Other obituaries on Page 31 Mrs. Robert Langway and Mrs. Armond Colombo, all of Brockton; a sister in Italy; 19 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 9 a.m. tomorrow at St. , Patrick's Church. Burial will.be at Melrose Cemetery here. Thomas Morse Audio-visual leader Memorial services will be held at 3p.m. tomorrow in the First Baptist Church, Melrose for Thomas A. Morse, 58, of 71 Spear st., Melrose. He died Tuesday in Melrose Wakefield Hospital. . He was the coordinator of instructional aids and special programs for the Winchester School Dept. Mr. Morse was born in Haverhill and received bachelor's and master's degrees at Boston University. He later studied business at Burdett College in Boston. He joined the Winchester School dept. in 1938 and before taking over the position he held at the time of his death, he had been an assistant principal at Winchester High School. He was a member of the Massachusetts Schoolmasters Club, the Massachusetts Secondary School Principals Assn., the National Assn. of Educational Broadcasters, and the Massachusetts Teachers Assn. He was the president of the Massachusetts Audio-Visual Assn., a member of the program advisory committee to the 21 -inch Classroom and the board of directors of the Massachusetts Film Co-operative, a past president of the Winchester Teachers Assn., a member of the New England Theater Conference, a member of the executive board of the Speech Association of the Eastern States, a member of the Massachusetts Council for Radio Education and a director of the Winchester Adult Education Program. He leaves his wife, Ruth (MacLean); a son Thomas II, of California; two daughters, Mrs. Judy Smith of Pennsylvania and Mrs. Coline Morse of New York; a brother, H. Reed Morse of North Attleboro; and three grandchildren. C. Thompson Rites in Framingham FRAMINGHAM Memorial services will be held Sunday at 4 p.m. at St- Andrew's Church on Maple street for Chester E. Thompson Jr., 59, of 35 Hemenway rd. He died March 29 while on a cruise to Grenada, West Indies. He was the owner and president of the Lyons Press in Marlboro. He was a member of the Rotary Club and served as a lieutenant in the US Power Squadron. Besides his wife, Margery (Hodder), he leaves a son, Chester E. Thompson 3d of Southboro; a daughter, Mrs. George Marold of Louisisna, and two grandchildren. NIGHT WATCH PERCY SHAIN Disappointing shows by Elvis, Ami-Margret Ann-Margaret When you're Smiling, Ch. 4 A TV diet that could send anyone's cholesterol soaring: Ninety minutes of Elvis followed by 60 minutes of Ann-Mragaret. One must say of Ann-Margret she's a spunky, never-say-die entertainer. To come back the way she did and look so gorgeous and step so lively is a miracle in itself. You had to be rooting for her. Nevertheless, her "ocmeback" special left much to be desired. There was just too much reliance on her sultry torso, from her atrocious "Woman in Red" Dillinger dance number, which seemed positively indecent, to her kidding reprse of all those old motorcycle movies. Plus the fact that her presentation' had two defects not of her own doing the loss of the first 10 minutes due to a late-ending basketball playoff and the breaking in at the end on her one warm, puppy-dog moment, her very moving and meaningful rendition of "When You're Smiling" (after all she's been through), to promo the guests of the Johnny Carson show. Ann-Margaret sought to accent her domestic image by introducing her mother showing "home movies," talking about her childhood in Sweden. But this was so at odds with her "hot" numbers that the whole aura was blurred. Is she really a figment of the plastic surgeon's art? Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii Ch. 56 If Presley could come out from under those trappings, we might see a human being. But no. He was buried in the folderol, and part of it. Mazdas and mirrors. Four-way split screen dissolves. Props and packaging and perspiration. All designed to create an effect. As a spectacle, this benefit concert in Hawaii was quite an event- The screen !was a sbusy as all get-out. Eut somehow you had the feeling 'the times had passed our little boy by. The electricity of the old Ed Sullivan days was missing. The rockers of today have left him in the lurch. He's sttll in there pitching. The posturing, thee lip-curling grimace the wrinkled nose, the sultry eyes are all there. But. you had the feeling he was mocking himself and his milieu. The fancy sequined jump suit. That jaundiced look. The pass LEARNING SCHOOLS HEATING II 11 .REFRIGERATION AIR-CONDITIONING AIL NEW - FUST TIME OFFERED Ail e, up-to-thi second heri't tralnlni lor tin nun who wi,:': to learn ill about thi Installation and maintenance of KEATING PUNTS, 111 G0KD1T10NIHG SYSTEMS, REFRIGERATION UK ITS . . . both domestic and commercial . . , all In ont protram. Accelerated training with thi tl emphasis on practical shop work. Wrlti or phom for FREE details. 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