The Times from San Mateo, California on June 12, 1973 · Page 20
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Tudoy. Jun T2, 1973 TZt CinifflSan Moteo - M HULLCK UfcHBT At Sen JOit Bambers ii. Chiefs 40 (High scor rs AAcn - Tony Roman, 6. 13. tfomen Carolyn Moreland. C. UM) i rrsr tws vniiEriis s Not Wilt's Type She 0VIIISMEH1 thing else besides needlepoint ior relaxation. , eit"vr' .Wha' pia - v ln ,h0 Olympics for ncth - i h"6 enllven basf? - ing. it should be okay." McKay. ABC sportcaster: ball? h n - ' Ttssrss - K"n: h . ' , c B"1 ,u miss i.oveitK'e made her cn - ....... .,,,.,. - .,:, in a mule - nance seminar. She (jfisuiidi way to me tans and create more colorful personaii - starling with the Indianapolis 5110 and ending up with the Olympic Games, which occupy half the book . . . Favorite snorts.' Well. I'm looking forward to the U.S. Open Golf, especially after the terrible experience or covering CD Survival Trip Chamberlain, pro basketball ureal: "My book shows how 1 got where I am. the barriers I found along the waw the lips and downs The race and the posed for photographs with the sports figure and a seemed pleased except Chamberlain Me was asked later it he was perturbed by I he incident. "No. I'm nut sure at her: she's gul her uwn thing." said the towering basketball star, "Bui I would rallier prise with Jennifer O'Neil." He referred lo the beauty in the piclure 'Summer of "42." "Some changes will have to heiglu thing will be in the he made in that race. You've got A 190!) race track with cars that go 200 miles per hour. The book . .I'd like to see the Olympic rules changed so I could play in therr - vollevhall or even basketball. Whv shouldn't. I be allowed to play for my country, even if I'm accident hasn't happened Reporters began asking Miss vet 'vriare H's:;, I.OS ANGELES APi - Wilt Chamberlain and other sports world figures went literary at the American Booksellers Association convention Monday, then were upstaged bv another star, I.inda Lovelace.' It happened on the first day of the bookseller's first convention to be held in the West .is celebrity authors were being whisked through the press room. Dr Joyce Brothers. Barbara Howar. Henry Milter were allowed 20 minutes to tell about their latest hooks The biggest crowd of the dav materialized for the scheduled .1:30 p.m. appearance of Miss Lovelace, star ot Deep Throat" and authoress of 'Inside Linda Lovelace." Came 3: SO and no Linda Next on the schedule was an hour - long seminar for sports authors: Bo Belinskv. - - Bo: Pitching and Wooing. Wilt Chamberlain. - Wilt: Just Like Any Other 7 - fool Black Millionaire Who Lives Next Door." Jim McKay. "Mv Wide World. " H o o s e v e I t drier. "Rosie Greer's Needlepoint Book" Han Jenkins. ' Semi - lough.'' Among their comments: Grier. former pro footba.l tackle: "'No. 1 don't get anv ribbing about my needlepoint Kolks know better than to try." .Jenkins, spoils writer "My novel is about some professional athletes who seek some - Belinskv. no - hit baseball pitcher and off - diamond swi making s - tOO.uiin a year pi; nger: Mv book is noi about baskethall Unforgettable backpacKing and alpine mountain - climbing excursions into the primitive, unspoiled wilderness of Utah and m willing to ix,fn upj)iessed ton long. A ' like "Deep Throat' helps all the hangups and Wyoming. A memorable sum Nastase Winner : r i - 1 1 h i - The sports figures departed mer experience For details call collect 801 - 355 - 5338 or write Challenge. Jnc . Box 11658 SLC. Utan 84111. had Kxccpt I'm Belinskv. who re - the third set. p lu become so poor that the public at Ihe Foro liaiicu began to whistle and catcall. WILT S MOT IMPRKSSKU nicldled by Roosevelt Crui American Bookseller."! - ss - While Deep Throat " star I.inda Lovelace gels Will Chamberlain looks on dispassionately duiinp iation convention yeslerdar in l.os Armeies. Said v!,f Will, I 'ti nn he: - pose with .Jennifer 0 Wei Grandpa May Ride Again .JUST CAU US AND PICK UP YOUR CAR THE SAME DAY! major linirnnmeM al Rome :n l7fl. fired the ciiiip de grace on his first chanipionsliip point when Orantes hit a backhand wide harlirr nn the chaiiipiiinshiu's closing day. Torn Okker ol the Netherlands and John New - combe i.i f Australia won Ihe men's doubles tille. defeating two new young Ausstes. Boss Case and Geoff Masters. ri - :i. ii 73 CARS & TRUCKS HO.MK :l!Ph - This is Hie N as ta se's yea: First it was the French tennis liilc. Then it was the Italian Tille and a commanding lead in the Commercial Union Grand Prix race. The second - seeded Romanian won the SI 6.000 men s singles title in ihe Kalian championship Monday, humiliating defending champion Manuel Oranles ii' Spain. The first set went 6 - 1. The second w em b - 1 The third went Naslase. who came onto the court to the jeers of local fans, demolished Orames with a line mixture nf volleys and charges on the nei. The Spaniard won Ihe first set's opening serve al love. Then the Romanian won 11 straight games, completely breaking Orantes' will. EXAMPLE: 1973 (tains Due morning he won training race. ing thoroughbreds and working longer hours than lie did as a jtx - koy. 88 VEGA 47 I. OS ANGELES iAP - Johnny Longdcn, once the win - ningcsl jockey in racing history and now a 6S - ycar - old grand - lather, says he mav come nut of reliremeni to ride again t.hi? summer "Ves." Loogden said in a re NO DOWN PAYMENT ,J - TZ ,,e - ISiWe'.",rv' Kiavj?ig KUCS' hocn feezing about ( Ufa i' Luke lo .,,: o" trigni or million tie earned in the saddle, morninp morning. ' he said. But apparently I lie new job and i' Vn r.ris - - - i ; ,T : - iih, - .d hi - . Fairway LEASING mpctilkm. t;j he doing some - feel in good. Mv On Sundav. Kvonne Gonla - g.mg of Ausiralia. who did nut lose a single sel in the entire tournament, demolished Chris Kvo. - l of Fort Lauderdale. Fin.. 7 - 6. 6 - U to lake the women's singles title. cent interview. 'I may ride in need for a leu - race at Longticrcs when wy I send some of my horses up to thin. ! Washington this summer, My weigiil i hands Hie not bmhering me si or jilfi all anymore." mv '.J,, veiam is r 111!! nv hands . BOSS "I.W." HARPER CALL uase Udnaiici 589 - 8850 F1KS - T ana SAN BRUNO AVE. SAN BRUNO no problem, about IOR pounds. The arthritis it! liasn'l been bothering no." he said lie has been riding quite a bit ecenily ai .Santa Anita race rack exercising horses he I.ongden quit riding seven year? ago with ti.032 victories in a wnrld record 33 AOS races over 40 years. He began train the people tire people PENINSULA LAfVIr j YOUTH DAY CAMPi; Host Heatta l.AKK COC.N'TY - More lhan itfil sailboats arc expected to converge on Clear Lake this weekend for the 28th annual Clear Lake Sailboat Regatta. The two - day event, an off i - i - ial point race tor the Small Boat Fitieing Association will be contested Saturday and Sunday oft' (he shores ( Clear - laye Highlands. Saturday's opening program (insists oi' one race at 2 p.m.. vith Sunday's schedule calling tor races at 10 a.m. and 2 p m. Competition will be held ir. some 22 different classes, with races starting and finishing off the B&B Lighthouse Resort. Jules Resort and Cleaiiake Park Pier. Karlrv Wins in Kelnionl Swim Richard Farley. .0. won first place in Ihe 100 - yard individual medley al the Bclmonl Swim (.lob novice meet, held at San Carlos High School Sunday Other winners included Jamie Ulhnr, Cirelchen Nelson. Ruyce Milanovich. Greg Bibhes. Debbie Rstes. Lau - riann Tuomi. Brian Hall. Tonv Allen. t;reg Hall. Lisa Near. ' Klyraster Dies SAN r'RANCTSCO iL'Ph - FOR BOYS AND GIRLS HILLSBOROUGH AND ATHEATON TBI I. o n g d e n . whoso victory record was later broken bv Willie Shncmakcr. will noi ride again it Ins wife. Hazel, hap anything to say about it. She .shook her head negatively and her eyes seeminglv o'iouded with worry when he la Iked id reluming id the saddle !ulli;m. Koos .Trail in NC(, San Mateans Tom Cnlligan 111 and Robert Roos. .Ir. are third and fourth, respectively, m the Northern California Golf Association poim standings Culligan has accrued 185 points, while Roos has totaled 170. Both recently competed in the British Amateur Championships San Jose State sophomore Mark I. ye leads The pack with 255 poin .s I ol lowed bv veteran Krriie Pieper. also of San Jose with 240 Daly City's Kav Pellegrini is seventh with 155 points, while Chuck Van l.inge of Mcnlo Park is next with 150 markers. PnUir Links Kiilrirs Taken The entry closing date lor the Kill N'CCi A Tublic Lin.s Championship is Mondav June IS. QutiliiyiiiE will tor the first v SPONSORED BY: DICK GOULD TOM CHIVINGTON tonlord Tennii Coach Foothill TenniV Coach FEATURES TOP INSTRUCTOR FOR EVERY 6 STUDENTS BALL THROWING MACHINES ABILITY GROUPING - BEGINNER THRU ADVANCED AGES 8 to 16 EMPHASIS ON ALL STROKES AND PLAYING STRATEGY DRILLS LOCATIONS TO COVER THE ENTIRE PENINSULA A00 54 F E X Blackvuatl Price ion h. i aranlino. Ihe I Vol SESSION 1: June 25 - July 13 SESSION 2: July 16 - Auq. 3 SESSION 3: Aug. 6 - 24 Mornings (3 Hours) or Afternoons (3 Hour) FEE: MOO per session (45 fW of Induction) For Information ond Brochure, call 331 - 2300 Ext. 4910 Between 1 and ? p.m. i a. time be at 17 regional sites throughout Northern California. July 14 The finals will be at Spyglass 11:11. August 4 and ii i - rrTicl3 t I 5.60 - 15 17.35 - 14 1 1 7 75 - 14 ; 7.75 - 15 I B. 25 - 14 8.. 5 - 15 I 8.55 - 14 ! 8 45 - 15 2 1 - 2 24 ' imdispured masler ol flycast - ing." was found shot to death Monilay in his family s fish and poultry market. Tarantino was .shut once in the forehead in a robbery, police said In 1970. Tarantino held 12 world championships in fly - casting. 19.85 21 - 25 I 2.43 lee lor Ihe (it: i j 22 .00 23.30 i 205 The tela von I is $7 M sellout olYOUrS't r ti e advertised pf k: el,Ver - flfeVe got km ay me boatload. BUY TODAY... CHARGE IT! TRASH CAN "Firestone DLC - IOO Take your choice: RETREADS Capri Sport Coupe 2000 or V - 6 Automatic or Standard transmission - and still PLASTIC 3 - ,l?us'iel "paci,v - ,,;s v 20 - gallon trash cans. get ail these standard features. mm Standard Features: $149 50 bHCs - up Lights Djal Headligh:s Tv,o - 5pf!ed Windsne.d Wipers Windshield Washers IMCO Emiss or Conlrol l Rack and Pinion Sleemig Po.ver Front Disc Brake - ; Styled Steel Wheels 16513 Radial Ply T,res Lockable Glove Compartment Energy - Absorbing From and Rear Bumpers . - Thru Ventil, - ir Lrghier :e Yield A - .va' ''N.ghi Rear ' P!us37C to43C Fed ex. tax ar.d Color Keyed Caipenrg S'inulaled Wood Grsm c Ir - slrumenl Psne; Limit one box of 50 liners; additional $2.49 per box. - ecappawe tire off yo - jr car. 2180 S. El Cammo, San Mateo MON. - FRI. 8 to 7, SAT. 8 - S, 345 - 3535 METCALF - REIS LINCOLN MERCURY COUGAR CAPRI Corner Peninsula Ave. S Calilornii Dr VILLAGE MERCURY LINCOLN MERCURY COUGAR CAPRI 3' El Cammo Real Carl0l PSon.: J93.84J3

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