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BE» CASEY By NEAL ADAMS SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL WHOTDOVOU MEMf.fiflTlNS HOMEATtHVS HOUR? DAN FLAGG By DON SHERWOOD \ IKINA FROLOVA ISN'T \/FIRST, A1AJCR RAG6, IN THE WRECKAGE, COLONEL PERcZ.' LET'S CHECK THE CLEARING. WE'LL HAVE TO SEARCH FOR. «; N YOUR FELLOE ^ AMERICAN/ MORTT MEEKLE By DICK CAVALLJ I HEAR "SOME OF MY F ^XVOErTE AALVSO ON Taa/iaoN. <30Vv£ Or TH06S J RINGING < COfMABZaALSAZB ] JOST 65AUnRLl-i / • mi h NU . w. TM . w. Ui »«. eft I THINK r'M GOINS TO BE eiCK. ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN PRISCHXA'S POP By AL VERMEER CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TLRNER OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPIK OUT OUR WAI J. R. WILLIAMS Red lands Daily Facts 12-Friday, Jan. 17,1964 Double stakes at Santa Anita Saturday ARCADIA (UPI)—Santa Anita climaxes its first full week of racing since a strike closed the track with a double stakes program Saturday that features the $23,000 Santa Maria Handicap! for fillies and marcs and the Finley's next stop U. S. federal court NEW YORK (UPI>—Charles 0. .Finley's next stop is the U.S. federal court and he thinks his chances are "exceptionally good" there of finally beating the American League. With that specific aim in mind, the angry, aggressive owner of the Kansas City Athletics instructed his attorney to 7" '. 7. Itnwin" her virfnrv" in 7ho clV 'institute Suit "as SOOD as pos wise to take an extra handker-\'™ ln t, ,[_ u " r> - . tfte sla :ic;M„» j ato m;„ a ..who. Oregon girl stars in pre-Olympic trials BAD GASTEIN, A u s t r i attractive 21-year-old junior at (UPI)—Jean Saubert would be Oregon State, is optimistic fol-!' 1 $25,000 San Marcos'Handicap on' , " ."7"", -••"-••'"'««<•' | om of Ule sii ver j u « mee t the turf. j chjc£ w,th her t0 the Wu]ter Thursday. With Lamb Chop sitting out I Olympics—she'll need it to pol-j -I feci on top of the world the 1 l-16th-mile filly-mare raceish her Gold Medal. 'She said, ••['m having a super because she raced Wednesday in i The daring young lady fromjseason and I'm confident of the San Fernando, the field forlLakeview, Ore., has put on a;taking home a Gold Medal from the Santa Maria was headed by j spectacular show during the Innsbruck." a pair of older stakes mares,!pre-OIympic trials and she's, Miss Saubert set a scorching Oil Royalty and Pixie Erin. jbeen a consistent winner j pace down the 48-gate course The San Marcos is the second against Europe's best women with clockings of 45.38 and 45.05 turf course stakes of the meet-jskiers. There is little doubt in seconds for an aggregate of ing and is at 1 l-4th milesjthe American camp that Miss 1 :30.39. However, she had fin starting on the hillside portion 1 ,Saubert will become only thejished fifth in the downhill race third U.S. citizen to capture a| Wednesday and thus took sec- Gold Medal in skiing when the ond place in the combined games get under way at Inns- standings behind her biggest ri •of the grass course. Marlin Bay jwho won the San Gabriel handicap on the grass on New Year's | Day returns and carries top bruck. Austria, Jan. 29. I Even Miss Saubert, an |val on the winter tour, JIarielle at-'Goitschel of France. sible" to determine whether the American League has any legal right to keep him from moving his team. "Baseball is going way out on a limb," said one prominent anti-trust attorney. "Finley has an excellent chance of prevailing if he goes to court." The fiery Finley vowed he has absolutely no intention of backing down. "I'll never back down." he insisted. "1 think they're wrong. They think I'm wrong. Now we'll go into court and ses who is." Finley, a rather likeable self- made multi-millionaire who is accustomed to having his way, suffered two of the biggest reverses in his relatively brief baseball career Thursday. Voted Down 9-1 His fellow AL owners first voted down his bid to move the Athletics to Louisville. Ky., 9 to 1 (Finley's only vote was the one he cast for himself), and then threatened to expel him from the league if he doesn't settle his Municipal Stadium lease with Kansas City officials I^LJI iwiu tiiiiMiuu iiiu lenmns ittMk , tw0 . Dm i pa( i i„ t0 todav's'- 1 ' 10 ' Elcctronic Whole-by Feb. 1. ahead of Perris with Maguire se°on d Drelfrntaar^^ round of the sale 26 ' 19 ' Van " s P^bing 25- A. steady procession of wit- third. Real Good Deal raced ihel^M?c^r hL t0U rna 20 ' Sk - vbcrg 24!i-20ii. Brook- nesses were heard before AL !six furlongs in 1:10 1-5 and re- |"™V i si(lc Market 24 " 21 - Huiskenslofficials. headed by league President Joe Cronin, made weight of 120 pounds. Today's program features the SIO.000 Silver Spoon Purse at MX furlongs and drew off some of the nominees for the Santa Maria as a shorter race for fillies and mares. Affectionately, an outstanding 4-year - old during 1963, makes her winter debut in the sprint against such good feminine run ners as Savaii, Sabina Louise, Bloomer Girl and several more. Thursday's San Miguel Stakes for 3-year-oId colts and t^K^S feeTat Tome l7T^f ^£f*L* nd t ™2* ;al Good! hpst rnllnH hi<! „ mp 5ntft shanp Lewnes__ 2,-18, Brookside Hennessey takes two-pin lead in All-Star tourney SCARES At Empire Bowl: Junior Women's Benefit DALLAS (UPI) - Veteran!,.™*' 1 rGame T Blanche Baach Tom Hennessey of St. Louis.j 21 ?' ."Ji^.^ reasoning that with another!.. J>tanmn ° s Redlands Plumb- was c a p tu red by Real ^ooQ| best round Ws int0 shape, "-j;-, Deal who finished two lengths , .„..„.„,-„ t„i infn Dairy 2.-18. /turned S5.S0 to win. ; Seven groups apply for AFL franchises SAX DIEGO. Calif. (UPI) Seven groups have applied for new American Football League (AFL) franchises, Joe Foss, league commissioner, told the league owners at the annual AFL meeting Thursday. He listed Newark, Montreal, Philadelphia and Cincinnati as four groups and said the others preferred to remain anonymous. The expansion committee, headed by Lamar Hunt, owner of Kansas City Chiefs, will study the applications for con sideration at the league's summer meeting in Buffalo, N.Y, Calvin Kunz, owner of the Denver Broncos, said the league was not interested in expansion until all clubs were in the black. The same eight teams will be in the league next year, the owners said. A retirement plan for AFL players and plans for next year's television schedule also were discussed by the owners. Three representatives of the newly formed players association meet with the owners to-! day to discuss pension and medical plans. , ., „ , ,S h c e t Metal 23'J-2U2, Carini Hennessey s wife P™" 1 ** and Marchesc 23-22, Emerich him with their third child and McDoweU 22-23, Audio Vis- first boy. Donald Thomas, Wed- ual Brookside Beauty 21- nesday mornmg m St. Loms.: 20' = -24',i, Balaban the same day his twin daugh-, Wcst AuU) te wi U T d tW ° y ^-r 'rus Liquor 19-26. Redlands Cam- With the new addition as an. pra n ., g Boo( „^ Adver . incentive, Hennessey bowled ,- . )g games of 247. 218, 237 and 224; ' Teachers in Thursday's first round for a! Hi h Game and Serjes _ 926 total and a two-pin lead chuck Turner , 09 497i Diane over unknown Daniel Boone of Lowrv i$g 460 Houston. j 200 - CUlb ' _ c Turner 2 09, Boone, who has never cap- ipaul Lichti , og tured a championship outsidel standings:" 14K Kernels 34-14, Houston, rolled the day s high-!chuckles 29-19. Onnie Kems 27- est single game of 27i. But he .21, Dillys 25-23, Crafty Ones 24- for a four-game, 24 Bridge Tolls 24 . 24> Bawi „, . _ .. /Keras 22-26, Presidents 22-26, Flashy Carmen Savlino of ; T ailenders 18-30, El Flickers 15- Cfucago rounded out the close-133 had to settle total of 924 Rejects High Game — Bill Spanos 206, Celeste Jones 188, Series — Don Jones 546. Celeste Jones 533. 200 Club — Bill Spanos 206, [Dick Reiter 205. Blades to play Vancouver VANCOUVER, B.C. (UPI) — It may be old home week tonight for the Los Angeles Blades when they meet the Vancouver Canucks. A fair chunk of the Canuck roster once were Blades. The visitors' game tonight is the first of a series of three in three cities on three consecutive nights—the Totems Saturday in Seattle and the Seals in Los Angeles Sunday night. Tonight's game is part of a scramble for playoff spots ini Western Hockey League competition. ly bunched top three with 920. From there, the field began to string out. Dick Weber of St. Louis, trying to become the first man in All-Star history to capture the j title three straight times, start-; standings: Tenax Town 35-16, ed slow with a four-game total Cunninghams 31-20, Mulders 30- of 836. [21. Anadynes 28-23, Jolly Jug Over in the women's depart-j 2 4.37. Jim Glaze 23-28, Sims ment, Janie Lesczynski of Mil-|2H2-29'i. Highlanders 21'/4-29M:, waukee rolled a three-game to- ; rj on Hunts 21-30, Dukes 20-31. tal of 663 to take the lead. Her] Even Dozen score was the highest three-j High Game and Series — Art game total ever rolled by a;Q um tana 245, 601. women on the tournament's! 200 Club — Art Qunitana 245,1 opening day. R. Thiem 204, A. Kinslow 215, She led Olga Gloor, who; p. Sotelo 200, S. Kahn 209, R. their decision. Sen. Stuart Symington (D- Mo.) was among those who appeared before the American Leaguers and also was among those who hailed their ultimate decision. "I thought it a wise and constructive action and to the credit of baseball and sports in general," Symington said. "I think it would have been unfair to take the team out of Kansas City." Finley, who claims to have lost $1 ,028.000—"that's in cash, too" — during his three years of operation in Kansas City, looked at the American League's decisions much differently. Not Frightened 'The threat of expulsion doesn't frighten me," he said. "Actually, even though I'm going to court I'm still going to try and work out a one-year tossed a 648 series. Running third after the opening round was Myrt Defily of San Antonio, Tex., who posted 621 NBA Standings Eastern Division Boston Cincinnati Philadelphia New York W. 29 31 20 14 L. 9 15 21 34 Pet. .763 .674 .488 .292 Western Division W.. L. Pet, .628 .543 .561 .333 .231 Los Angeles 27 16 St. Louis 25 21 San Francisco 23 18 Baltimore 14 28 Detroit 9 30 Thursday Results New York 124 Detroit 116 Cincinnati 108 Los Angeles 95 Friday's Games Detroit vs. New York at Boston Los Angeles at Boston S. Francisco at Philadelphia Roberts 207, J. Mercer 202, H. Reynolds 211, C.Jones 201, T. Jacinto 200, P. Hill 201, R. Moyer 217. F. Harrison 200, M. Breihan 209. Standings: Brookside Dairy 48-28, Calif. Water and Tel Two 48-28, Goods Wearing Apparel 46-30, Sanitary Plumbing 43V4- 32'j, Pure Gold 42-34, U-Rundle Mek-a-Nix 42-34, Calif Water and Tel One 42-31, Inland Septic 41-35, U-Rundle HiFires 4036, Bills Barber Shop 43-42, Brookside Market 31-45, Bob's Ready Mix 30-46, Mentone Li quors 25-51, Sunset Tile and Roofing 20'.i-55',i. At Tri City Bowl: Tri City Commerical High Game — F. DuChaine 231, Series — B. Craze 560 200 Club — F. DuChaine 231, B. Cruze 215, P. Castro 210. Standings: Blacktoppers 10-2, McKeen Sawmill 8-4, Diamond Von Dorin Darts Russia Answer to Previous Purzle p Ranch 6-6, 15-7, Irvine Equipment 4-8, Wayne Gossett Ford 3-9. ACROSS 1 the Terrible 5 Russian communist 8 Russian preceptor 12 Tallow (comb, form) 13 Native metal 14 Egg 15 Particle 16 Shellac source 17 Nursery word 18 Russian coin 20 Flames 22 Fairy fort 23 Chinese communist 24 Wedded 4 More agile 5 Stage parts 6 Age 7 Remove one tenth 8 Asiatic invader of Russia 9 Grandparental 10 Old Tectonic character 11 Christmas 19 Cover 21 Church part 24 Lichen 25 Russian mountains 28 Sepulcher Rll O I? 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They apparently dropped with the thermometer. They led 2820 at the end of the first period, and this was narrowed to 52-50 at halftime. Then Oscar Robertson put the Royals ahead and that was it. Robertson w a s spectacular with 32 points. He made 13 of 22 shots from the field and had a hand in 12 assists. Jerry Lucas hit for his pro high, 29 points, all in the first three quarters. He connected on his first eight shots before missing. The game was the first to be televised nationally by Sports Network Inc., and was seen by league President Walter Kennedy. The opening game of the doubleheader was won by New York over Detroit, 124 - 116. It was the first NBA doubleheader played here. lease with Kansas City. Truthfully though, they've already turned down five- four- and two-year leases. "I don't think the American League can force me to remain in any city unjustifiably. And I don't feel baseball has the right to force me to stay in a city where I am continuously losing money." Finley particularly angered Cronin and other American League officials 11 days ago when he arbitrarily signed a two-year contract with Louisville officials, promising to move the Athletics there without even bothering to get ALv permission. He explained why he took the action before the league's board of directors during a four-hour session Thursday but they were unimpressed. Nor were they particularly upset when he notified them he intended to sue. "We had to take a stand somewhere," said Zanville Krieger, treasurer of the Baltimore Orioles. "We can't worry about him going to court, either. We did what had to be done." East team has three fullbacks SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) — The backfields in the American Football League's all star game next Sunday may look a bit confused as to who's playing what. And they are. The East team backfield will have three fullbacks. The West backfield will be all mixed up. West coach Sid Gillman put Clem Daniels, Oakland halfback, at fullback and San Diego fullback Keith Lincoln at starting halfback. Paul Lowe, San Diego, will back up Lincoln. Mike Holovak's East backfield will have fullback Cookie Gilchrist, Buffalo, playing fullback. Boston's fullback, Larry Garron, will play halfback, and New York's fullback, Bill Mathis, will spell them. The East is expected to have a short, powerful ground game. The West squad is figured for a more explosive, long gain type of offensive. Sugar Ray plans tour NEW YORK (UPI) — Sugar Ray Robinson, former welterweight and middleweight champion, Thursday disclosed plans for another European tour in the spring. Robinson, who will be 44 in May, also said he hopes to box in Honolulu, Japan, Hong Kong and Australia later in the year.