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l Awards to Be Giiett . UE 'Sports Fete toddy to Honor " Soccer Standouts _BRIDGEPORTSUNDAY p OST, JANUARY 8. 1967 Two new Awards will be sented at the University o Bridgeport's annual Fall Sport dinner today in the school's Stu dent Center. The first is the Scholar-Athletic Award donated by the, Fairfield County chapte w-u 1 ] 1 ? J°? lbal1 Han of Fai "e Walter Eichner, president of the chapter,- will be on hand to i the presentation. New Soccer Award The other "is a new'soccer award to be named the Coach's Trophy. It will go to the soccer player who contributed most to the team's spirit with his coop eration and all-out play. Fifteen other major' trophies will be distributed at the dinner which will salute the fantas tically successful Fall sports sea' son at the university. The af fair will begin at 3 p. m., with more than 225 persons expected to attend., Winnlngest Grid Team The 1966 UB football team fin ished with a 7-3 record, the win- ningest campaign in the school's history. The 1966 UB socce squad reached the quarter-final!, in its fifth NCAA tournament appearance in the last eight years and wound up with a 9-4 record' In football, the team's best offensive lineman, offensive back, defensive lineman and defensive back will be honored along with the ,top sophomore, most improved player, unsung hero and most taped player. Recipients of the soccer awards will be Ihe most valuable player, the best defensive and offensive players, and the most improved player, who will receive the Jon GisQri-Memorial Trophy. Captain's Plaques In addition, the traditional Captain's plaques will be presented to 1966 team leaders Frank Vino, football; and Tomur Cikigil and Ken Kline, soccer. As usual, a highlight of the festivities is expected to be the Announcement of the 1967 foot- ·liall and soccer captains. Regional and national individual honors were heaped on UB athletes in both soccer and football, and these players will be recognized today with the presentation Weekly AlMtor : Ackerman, Petereon and Dicfc Williams. SOCCER -All-America (eom: Alex Popovich, honorable mention. All-New England Coaches (earn- Popovich, first team; Jrtn VTM1 lc. second team; Cikigil and f al| mention England L*«gu« «gu« ^n, Popovich, first team; VerfaiUe and Gray, second team; Cikigil, honorable mention.. S6 Grid Awards to f n , 6 v e n t o football players and 16 soccer- men. Rrst-year letter winners Wl " receive UB sweaters. Other participants in the program will include Dr. Henrv W ;..ttlefie!d UB president;^ Dr! ^Th t £?·' vice P«silent; . Dr. M G i lnes athletio *' r ector; Mr. Gordon Hubbard, busi- ess manager, who will give the nvocation and benediction. Also Miss Marsha Coombs, head of the cheerleading squad, Nevins, who will present the most taped gridder trophy. . The highly popular and «ver- improving UB sports dinners are under the capable · direction of Fran Polsson, the hard-working UB trainer. Bob Rltzert, sports director of WNAB and a good friend of UB sports and many of the coaches and officials, will serve as master of ceremonies. The letter winners follow:' vom*\u. i?" i ?u j . nt '^ lm *"" J "'« itcDoo jra AlUIre riu Uanseville, sieve u ^in *"**. Vte »- Si ^ckemuin, HaMltlne and Sieve Vlnlnff RuS^* 1 *t' r "··'"· Prte Noyej. J Buckman, Jo« DeFonce, Jan lltska Carroll. Fran Hulchlm, wlyoe SSil John Hulme .nd Bob MHsffjer. Kn " , Doteck, w« DuBcS Jim nldter gwelte. Job, BOW i(,,B Kopk. b«TM Morar,, slan uu!e|. Bob Pad "la p?" 1 " 1 "' S.TM!? r el " ! - Jce TM«««. Jim nn, Jack Reh. Joe Sanlos. Dick wn- s, iludenl Iralner Blck CoU and nattr R,y Duehrssen. , . KOCOKB 'ry LKM r u,d o e r a l l n ?"Sl,J' e ; r ""MI*: atone Nikllor Bob Thllxxleau sieve McKre. Ron o Len Jardine Selected As Brown Grid Coach ·estpre sagging fvy League ootball fortunes. . e r t MM ti, . Brown President Ray L. Heff- feel we have 1 f»tb'2l I acated b " "" pr °- acated by the resignation of o produce strong, competitive close cto act that h eam s and to maintairi our tra . nthusiasm of certificates and scrolls. They will include: FOOTBALL -- Associated Press Little All-America: Ed Ackerman and Wes DuBois, honorable mention. AP All-New England: DuBois and Joe DeFonce, first team; Ackerman, Steve Vining, Stan Most'ej and Pete Pelissier, honorable meption. UP! All-New England: Acker- rnan, DeFonce and DuBois, first team; Pelissier. second team; Jeff Hazeltine, honorable mention. All-Eastern Football Conference: DeFonce, DuBois, Aoker- ZEGA'S INDOOR GOLF SCHOOL Optn Mom. thru Til 6 JO P.M..9JO P.M. Sat. Sun. By AopamlmEnt 1 INDOOft PRACTICE NETS PAT. OOLF SWING G R O O V E R 1540 Wood Ave. 368-9876 MALE NURSE . For Correctional Institution State of Connecticut E x c e l l e n t opportunity. D i v e r s i f i e d p r o g r a m . Modern 60-bed h o s p i f a l . Starting salary $4740; end of first year $7400. 40-hour week; 15 days vacation, 1 paid holidays, g e n e r o u s f r i n g o benefits. Living quarters a v a i l a b l e for single person at nominal cost. Contact Personnel Director, State O f f i c e Building, H a r t f o r d , Connecticut. knowledge of football," the educator added Jardine was once a Purdue star. Named Purdue's most valuable player in 1959 and captain f the Blue squad in the annual Blue-Gray game, Jardine served as head coach and athletic director at Loyola Academy in Wilmelte, 111., his prep alma mater, from 1960 to 1963. He then returned to the Boilermakers to coach ends and the backfield under Jack Mollenkopf. Jardine, noting that Brown lost nine straight games after defeating Rhode Island in the opener last fall, said, "We'll make every effort to awaken the hibernating Brown Bear." "With the fine school spirit and pride that I witnessed on the Brown campus, I'm sure, Vic Lombard! Shoots r?O T7 1 ,,,, T nfttr TTrvnrtKc* to j* 01 ijCiiy .Honors HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (AP)-Former baseball pitcher Vic Lombard! shot a 73 Saturday and won the seventh annual National Left-handed Open Golf Championship with a 293 total. Lombard!, of Visalia, Calif., had four birdies in edging defending champion Ross Collins of Dallas, Tex., and Thorn Wood of Asheboro, N.C. Each finished at 295. Collins had a 71 on the final round and for a while looked as if he might successfully defend his title. But it was a nightmare for Wood, the leader going into the round, who ballooned to 77. Fourth was Alvin Odom, Galveston, Tex., at 296. Bill Flynn of Danvers, Mass., was fifth at 297. Lombardi once played for the old Brooklyn Dodgers. Victoria Lass Takes Fair Grounds Feature NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) ignoring drizzle and mud, Vicoria Lass got away quick and itayed in front all the way Sat- Jardine urday to win the $10,000 Pan ·"· -"- Zareta Stakes at the New Orleans Fair Grounds. ' . The Lass, new queen at t h e track, ran the six furlongs in 1:12 4-5, finishing over four lengths ahead of Charming Alibi and paying $4.60, $3.40 and Charming Alibi paid $7.20 and (3.80. Lyreb, running third, paid 52.80, TRANSMISSION TROUBLE? Take it to a pro: MAJOR . 14 $ POINT TUNE- UP ANY CAR TO A NO USKEY DOW It FIS5T FAYMEN1 IH 30 DAYS · FREE ROAD TEST FflEI TOWIko LeeMyles 'TRANSMISSION^ You many only nttct evr J6.95 tun**up 1o put you beck on 111* road, EM whaUv«r ou n«ad r your trantmittTon treublti Will t» diagnottoi «i',d eurid af 1h» lair i if poiiibli prici. 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Bunn's overall record in four using seasons at Lafayette was 7-28-2. But the college added in a statement that "there are requirements and demands in the football coaching job which were troublesome for Bunn..." Gamble, 36, was a high school coach in New Jersey before joining the Penn staff in 1962. ^e coached four years at Clay- Ion and four at Audubon. He was named South Jersey "coach of the year" in I860 after his Audubon team won the Group III South Jersey Championship with a 9-0 record. He is also the author of a Jook, "The Pro-T Offense in High School Football." Born in Woodbury, N.J., he ;raduated from Rider College and holds a master's and doctorate from Temple University. Orcutt Club Notes Sberwoods beat the Speedsters, 38-33, recently in an Orcutt Boys' Club Yester Year League contest. Len Paoletta scored 12 for Sherwoods while Ed Ochman topped the Speedsters with seven markers. In the second tilt, Orcutt State topped the Indians, 7H5, as Mickey Buckmir led the winners with 17, followed by Joe Davidson with 15 and Dick Ripke with 14. Table Tennis Tourney Three of the area's top table tennis players are traveling to Providence, Rhode Island today to represent Connecticut in the New England Closed Team cham pionships. Art Goldblatt of Norwalk, recently returned from a Peace Corps stint in Ethiopia, will captain the team. The other two players are Joe Williams current Bridgeport Closed titlist, and Marvin Shaffer of Fairlield, who two months ago won the senior title In the Long Island Open championships. JOAN JOYCE Best known for her softball exploits, Joan Joyce will lead the Raybestos Brakettes basketball team In its season- opening home game next Saturday at g p.m. against a strong SpringBeld, Mass., team In the Stratford High school gym.' A native of Waterbury, Joan has returned East after a three-year sojourn on the West coast and a role as ace pitcher for the Orange, Calif., JJonettes. Currently a teacher at Stamford Catholic High school, she hopes to make the LWted States Women's Olympic basketball learn which will be ·elected In March. Keane's Death Shock to Many In St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) - Johnny Seane's death shocked St. Louis, the city where he was )0rn and reached his greatest heights as a baseball manager. Keane, 55, died Friday night n Houston, the victim of a massive heart attack. In 1964, Keane led St. Louis to the National League championship and victory over the New York Yankees in the World Series. After the Series, he, an- lounced he was quitting the -ardinals to become manager of the Yankees. Keane was re- eased early in the 1966 season by the Yankees. General Manager Bob Howsam of the'St. Louis Cardinals said Keane's death came as a "shock to all of us." He added, "He was an outstanding baseball man and all of us in baseball will rriiss him Very much." Stan Musial, who wound up his career playing under Keane, said: "John was a real dedicated baseball man and gave all of his life to baseball. He really loved the game." Musial, now a vice president with the St. Louis Cardinals and a restaurant operator, added: 'I thought he was one of the finest gentlemen ever associated with the game." Red Schoendienst, who succeeded Keane "as manager of he Cardinals, said he was shocked. "I just saw John at the winter meetings in Pittsburgh," Schoendienst said, "and he ooked good. "I played and coached for ieane. He was a real fine gen- :leman. A sturdy man, he was easy to work for and with. He'd give credit where credit is due." August A. Busch, president of the Cardinals, could not be reached immediately for comment. Davis 2nd Victorious In Tropical Feature MIAMI, Fla. (AP) -- Mr. and Mrs. H.M. Harris' Davis 2nd came from off the pace to score an impressive victory Saturday in the $23,050 Orange Bowl Handicap at Tropical Park. Under an excellent ride by Howard Grant, Davis 2nd went to the front at the eighth police and won by V/ 2 lengths. Come on 2nd, rallying from last place and in tight quarters through the drive, finished very fast to be second, l/ t lengths in front of Steel Pike. Pollux finished fourth, a neck out of the money. The winner, a 7-year-old Argentine-bred son of Madison, ran 11-16 miles in 1:42-5 and paid 59.80, J7 and $6.20, Come on 2nd returned $6.80 and $5.60 Steel Pike paid $5 to show. U. S. Cagers Trounce Oxford j'eam by 111-80 LONDON^AP) -- An American all-star basketball team crushed Oxford University 111-80 Saturday despite a brilliant 28- point performance by Bill Bradley. A crowd of about 2,000 saw the game in London's Royal Hall. Officials said it was the largest ever to watch a basketball game in Britain except for the 194S Olympic Games. Bradley, an All-America from Princeton who started playing for Oxford this season, was the best ptayer on the court. But his performance was nullified by Bob Bedell, who scored 31 points, and Joe Hamood, who had 22. The game was the lart fcr the touring all-stars, who won 68 and lost Jour, Horse Racing Results, Entries ancTIelecti^ D--THREE Pair Grounds Results »y Uium Pr«i. UN* dm, a « ,, « Olf 2:l Tlim l;is 3.5 Kings Admiral (Lopez) 10.JO 720 520 Clydwt (Knapp) / . j S ,2 Helen Hlghwoler [RlnconJ {« Also: Ktnred, Before Sun, Roiitlme Man, ccllco Cornel, Coptsove, Co H/p. Late Scralch--Marno w. Olf J;0 l.J Tim, 1:154.5 Bull Up IRrousurd) «.00 14(0 9.00 Dav« p,|de (Holmeil ?.« ,« Nupemah (Overlon) ],» _Alsa: Mary Lomorirf, Sparkllrig Ploy, Dlsri Of Trouble, Hurrying Hauler, prectoui ,Ro»e, Berffta Drive. DAILY DOUBLE (?-» Pqld M7I.4C." ys * K -'*im? !r Off 3;07!-2 Tim Fair Sarah CMenard) Horde Bully [Guorlordo) Barn Dafe (Barn«s) Santa Anita Results ·y UnlrM frM IMvMtl«;«i lit U4M dm, i , M 4 ,, r Tlitw 1:11 l-s Mr. Arco IValeniuela) 29.291100 s -r 1 (V «°" U " II W ?. ToMfbo Uennlngij 3» oo,. Scubo o,, s , |, »°IY' Vonkee Dandy, S*V Country (Mahorneyj 32.80 KM 1.60 -her Ami (Alvqrei! 14 ^ n M Shaker's Bueoy {Valertzwirfo) tgj Also: Sprw Time, Where Were YOU, And Frw, Dfiarco, Retclnd ft, , i Steel Rufer, Royal Ullle, Saucy l.« 3,90 3.2g 3.20 2M son I-H ml Jth 12,400" ftp 3* up 1 n* ml Olf 3:3 4Tlme 2:M 1-5 Granny Red tCombtst) 14,00 6,M , Cla/fts Lori (Snyderl 7,^0 4 jn Intact (Galirrnore) 3 00 Also: O-Flantgan, Ebon Joe, To'nv Gfofl, Go Susan, Sth t5,OM alw 4 £ up | hjr Olf 4:00 1-2 Time 1:15 1-5 Baffler Star (R(ncon) 1.40 4,M 3.M Quarter TLl (GallmoreJ 500 300 O K Roger (KolmesI 2.80 Also: Neonwoy Boy, Katy Scarlet), Es- jbte, Mr. Jiisfa Count Hercules. it* $J,JOO cling 4 ft up mT ft 40 yds Off 4:27 1-2 Time IM l-S Gala Flih [Meriord) 1560 7 4 0 5 9 Sharp Led (OverJonJ «.» 5« M1u Landing (Goddls) 3.40 .Also: Kel(, Fair To Mlddlfrt, Grand Roman, Prophet* Sling, Rlcanlla, Little LognJoppe. 7th I mo c?mg 4 «, up * fur Off .);54 Time 1:14 1-5 Nol So Dusly IBarnes) 7.M 5,00 3.60 Phonlom Ferg (Wlnonl) j.» 5 «) Good Pacific [Overlon) 4 » Also: Royal Scrip), f-Vonsant, Wholyou- do, f-Powder Fteld, (-Moving ree, Wont 1* Keymon, Skycop, (Fielders. 8th UKO elw 4 * up ( fur Olf 5:11 Time l:M 4-5 f-Federal Ro (Sulre) 30.40 8.20 3.BQ a-Slurs -Table (Parrott) 5 W 3^0 Proxy Fight (Wlnonl) 260 Also: Calkin, o-Btue Grass Oueeo, Bolero Joe, FleuMot, f-Model Bow, Mrss Mop, Mincing Lone, Shlfly Ruler, Added fAoney. a-Qrown enfrv ' t-F1etders. fth J 10,000 added PontartHa Slokei 3 ft up fm fur Olf 5:50. Tfme 1:12 "X-S a-Vlclnrra Loss ITouiln) 4.60 3.40 240 Charming AJibf (LcpeiJ 7.20 3.8fl| Lyreb (Rlncon) 3 go 1 Also; Nodl/io, Dual EKhousis, Falffu Hope, Save Up, a-oh My Darling. Q-Krontz entry lOlh 13400 clmq Mup \ 1-H ml Olf i:H 1-2 Time i:W4 W-f4i , Nip 0 brandy (Snyder) 7.00 3.60 3 KT Mr Yonli (Lopez) i].« ^« Shlllln A Day (Mean*) ^ 80 Also: RomuJys, Lieut Treb, Louks LfcJc, On The Target. ttci^ancB 11,710; Hand)* J93M37. . Fairground Entries Cloudy and Slow. Pail 2:3 pm EST By United Prest luternQfioflaf 111'clmg iSOO 4 ft up 4 fur on 118 Dog Gone x-Styllsh FranK 113 113 x-wilco* Breeze z-MIss Versfe 110 112 Llltte Frances x-Chef Byrnm 113 1U Tarqulmotlc Rey Marfto 117 118 Parachute Term Volt 178 113 Tyrunchy Bug Laitn Challenge 108 1)3 Sweet Nonette Whols Up Front 118 112 Jet Omlghly Bobs Baby 118 mm Palh S Jay-Ce* ll{ 2nd clmg 3,sw-3,WO 3 ya mrfns t fur (IS) 108 x-a-PlH Box Coitrollne 113 113 x-Prlnce Tyrone Bell Welder 115 113 Aunt Bobbl* Magic Hot 118 n3 Lady Belli Randy Bob 115 110 x-Raw DOQB A.A. Joy US lift Dawsons Raider Jacoblr US 118 Covanson x~Mr Marel 110 113 Oh Glory Me i-o-Mu cho 115 a-/AcMahon-Audley enfry 3rd $2,090 mo'ns 2 yo 3 fur (f) 117 Prince Jax Senor Gobo 11 J"a-Mfss Iris L« x-Prlnw Boy 112 120 Shadow Light a-AHce B B 1H 150 pldparl Baffle Street 120 120 Sieves Son a-Meng«-Brofcefi R --Smilh enfrv 4th elmg 4,«W 3 yo t fer [1*1 117 Choc Lee Mr Jade (17 114 Mr Alardi Grosx-Sudden Questfon 112 rL tt f°? S* V " * *·' IWMW 1X -" itlS??, Brunswick Rood (Plncoy) ' 7'eo Also: Turki Cltmle, Irish Pro, Social Gem, Joyful Return, Solanoor, Doubfe -ertoln. El Lobo/ Adrnfrot Diver/ Ky- lth'i7,9W olw ) yot 1 Time 1:43 45 - eCh S k « |prnca V »·« «-» 4.60 -ound Ou| (Alvcr«) Rlchroborvd {Blum) Also; Star,, Fleef Kholed, Princess lemon, Most Koil, Canol Street, Held Mailer, Till Morrow. th llt.OOO di olw 4 yot ft up i 1-1 fur Time 1:13 4-S Annette's Ark (Blum) 7.ZO 4.4Q 3M Court! Cfvorlej (Vliula) ijoo 720 Pleoso (Campos) ' ? ' M .Also: Happy Sean, Antlplano, Tli Sling ray, Sf r Bolco, SheldroKe, High »erch; Carry Forward II, Green tteei*, ^arlln Bay. ith USOO clmg 4 YOI A up i fur Olf 40* Time 1:103-$ Melslcrslnger (BImnle) 4.BO 3.43 3.00 Echo (Baezal j go Cordage (Shoemaker) 3.40 Afso; Fun Again, Copper King, Rare PrCnce, Clf The Top, Tlj Cricket, Rotulo, =oithlu1 Ruler, Corredor II, Swete Pe1e Hh 110,000 cfi olw 4 yo ft up 4Vt fur on turf Time i:ia !-s Glp»y II [Shmkrl 10.80 6 8Q 520 Vofe of Tears (Pricy) 10.40 60 Perils (Boeio) 7.20 Also: SmfJky Kosf, Butch O' Hors, King Crab, Beet snoe, Aurellsu l|, Tltwron U, Mustard Piaster, Uandro, Asfc Father llh 150,000 added San Carlos hep 4 yM i up 7 fur Time Tr!2 Nollve Dlvey- (L/nbrl) *.« 5.80 4M Hoist Bar (Plnedal 9.60 5.20 retense (Shoemolcer} 3 to Alsc: a-Yonder, a-Tolpon, b-Sled^e, (^ Quito Dutfe, FjeeJ HOJ! ( Cupid, Tlm« TeMed, Kings Favor, Doc Jocoy, =mbossy, o--Kauffman, Casper 8. Polkensteln, entry. b--Factor eniry, Broken-Bubble (Tngch) li.OO ! W 5 DO Jent Spur [Blum! 7.4$ 4 .jo Lou Michaels (Plncny) ^ 4$ Also: a-Mlrlnaque, Big poona, Erebo, -abolser, Nassau Trust, Vest Ruller, Infant Terrible, King Poatey. o--Schltfer Mnrlln eniry Attendance tt,n. Handle t3.an.iOO. 117 Weedunll 112 x-Safs Reward )17 Parish Lin* 115 x-Money Jugler sth 53000 o)w ) y 1W Miss Co-Ed 114 Forlbot 112 Plesils 4 c-Counl Warble o-Robcrts eniry *th ctmg 3,200 4 B. up fur (10) Collected 117 b-FlowIng V/fll 114 Moorish Castle 1U a-Gerlon 116 B cou 117 Hoxe Roke 120 x-Our Record 170 TlparuIIoh 109 * fur (7) Famous Line 114 Weeping Heart JW o^Tudor Mark 117 109 a-Valts 317 The Foo b-Double Snip 119 Fair Slepper 119 Ros Pcddotk Bumping 117 orHallday-LaycocV eniry b-Sklbba-Roge entry 7lh clmg ff,000 4 ft. tip i fur (8) 109 Seven Clrcle$ x-Ralslo IM 114 Chrlslophe x-Terribte 109 114 Big Brigade Frances Grey 109 IDS AI-0-Polly Will Go | IS 8tf) % 3,200 alw 4 ft Up 4 fur IT] 121 Johnle Bound Silver Beauly 108 114 Bees Llllte Man Laurenflon Way 106 116 No Moniker Forl Greenhow 115 108 Ge« Smo Tth c(mg J.OM 4 ft up i MI mi til] 113 Long Trial K-Gold 112 112 Jaywell x-Colonel HewlH tlO mcalatlna Kid Classtcolf 115 lls Dining Oul Corporal 0 T 114 lift Lied x-Moonllghf Dancer 112 its Tough Kennomon x-Come On KOK IM X-S ibi AAC. LUted fo post. Tropical Selections By United Preis Inlernotionot On» Best, Red Redeemer. Bear LongiPiaf: Behaving Jerry. Best Parlay: Hois's Pick Merfton. Ar Tropical. On« Best: Red Redeemer. 1. Bthavin Jerry, Cycs Choice, Chorlki 2. Hoss'4 P1cx, Our Willy B, Carlno. 3. Beat/ Irish, Prince Ron, Polso. 4. Admiral Cy, Make Tracks, Unapproachable. 5. Meclzon, Black Diver, Ebony Nal 6. Tovares, tbrofilni. Guiles Market. 7. Red Redeemer, Aberront, Winkle. B, Bold Ship, Carpet Slipper, Oloron. 9. VasHand, Ml Slromboll, Colonel Bob 10. Clovero, Unlprlx, Jolty Oltfe, Yale Edges Cornell, 4-3, to Halt Streak ITHACA, N.Y. (AP) - Yale's Jack Morrison slapped in an unassisted goal after six minutes of overtime Saturday to beat Cornell 4-3, handing the Big Red its first defeat in 13 hockey games. The loss for Cornell, which has been tied once this season, was the .first at home in 14 games. Cornell held a 1-0 lead going into the final period of the regulation game. The teams exchanged q u i c k goals, then Yale's Warren Gelman and Jack Walsh gave the Elis the lead for the first time. Sophomore Ted Coviello's goal for Cornell, with 15:53 showing on the clock, put the game into overtime. Yale's goalie Stevs Holahon was credited with 26 saves, while Cornell's Dave Quarrie had H. The victory was Yale's seventh, against four defeats. OH 1:OS TImt 1:1] -s Walnut Bill (Twrcolle) laptlkk (Culmone) loar/na Shell (ArfomiJ 3,20 ATso: Alom Smoiher, Eager Sll, Mlji .rrowpomt, Hanker, Fuiil* Klnp, King ind n.100 tlni s 4 S, up 1 Mi ml 1:33 Time 2:03 4-5 :Keever) }S.6Q 1.1Q J.OO (McK hlcoco Wire Hone ween Alio: E 3*ILY DOUBLE (M) pelt) t4jQ.4f~ " «,*» am, ) yo 7 fur" Olf a:oi Time i:» 1.5 ayjong Cvlmont (.40 340 300 moo (loxlor) lm I 1 :; ·Threod (MarlnocloJ S M Also: Slor Slip, Blarney Sana. M «lortln«, Royol Pop, b-Anlerlori Boy! 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Ih S,K»' ctmg 4 A up fu7 Off 3:31 Time 1:13 4-5 calrl {Johnson) )90.» 49.00 23.80 itor Spin l^a^arlnacc^o) 1045 7 6C dq-Flve Rogues ILovofo) " iQtx TM IW iu Kl9h TalFl PoseT ' Go Overboard, Ide Will, Fine Kellle, irtsfi Sfs, He* Wy Fello, Well Berwved, Tlmnks Doc. dq-Dlsqualined (rom lir»l ir third it |7,SM tfw 4 up i lur HE 4:06 Time 1:12 r lame Tree Culmone 6.80 4 60 3 00 andbvol (Hole) 5 M 3 40 iub Call (Baltajor) 260 Alio: Royol Harbinger, Als Runner, ·toktJ'a' 50 ! ° dtfed palmer H "fl« r W Off 4:35 Time | : 2S 2-5 "Alsly Cloud [ G r i m m ) 4.0 2.40 2.20 Safa Performonce (BlliorJ 2 20 2 2C lonn Bearfool (Posjmore) 2K Also: Oevrex, Core Sounrf, Mr Pevc- on. «h M3W elms 4 ft up l 3-« ml Off 5:00 Time 2:04 4-5 Brumby (Chambers) f 60 4 00 Night Show (Russello) J.QQ 3 w Prince page (Xallal) 3 Also: Lazy River, Aloka Boy, ti lerod, Allos. Bowie Entries Cleor am) Fast. P«» 1:05 pm EST By United Prest Internallonol t elms 3,«» 4 up i fur (III Mllzis Beit IV y-Mr Bernle tr x-vinherst 1G Bull And Bear 11 Salm Slam 10 Rwfgaunllet 11 WhliVey Rebel 11 Lake George II Deberfeavon 11 107 Novy Impyls* 113 Bubba (A 116 Sepl Erin 105 v-KIp Shooter 107 x-Mr Tot 112 Ready" Mix 2nd ctmg 3JW 4 t uj 7 fur (18) 113 Coyo II x-Sarah-Dtonne IM IDS x-Narclso KulJ Deck V 113 Cdv-N-Lad y-Brandy And Sotla II 108 x-R!nger Fllngcr x*Royal Corovor) II Hi The Word Go What A Discovery 1 112 Pesky JOB Consecrate 1 y-Roy Tomroy If MIsurolCT 11 _ y-Ducolay ID* IM y-Kron 113 Funday 1IJ Tony* Pot 3rd M,«W mdni 3 yo f t fur (IS) 120 Secret Prcctfcr- Sankld 120 PJald Doll J20 Sheilas Sara y-Odave 120 Henrietta 120 Paung Rol 120 Ivajay 120 Lagoon Girl 4tft ctmg 4,?tf'50W llOx-Sollahec 115 Over The Rcckr 110 My Maura JID Hexlodic 15 PletJy IM y-Tirf Tip Outside Chance 120 Combustions Maid 1» y-Necdfe Belte 11 x . Po i s Pot ]20 Mh*, Keymar IM Roodhouse Gal 1W Genoa Jib 120 J ft 7 f ur (Itf) Blue Echo US Kcmallna 1(0 Lord Medford 112 Either Or 115 Odomin 115 BeKy CrUto 712 110 Fresh Stream a-Record Crossing US 110 Busy Schedule o-Si/mmer Court 115 a-8«i Rose-Stephens entry Sth elms 3,5KM,WO 4 * up 1 M ml in TI.. .-.-114 The Intern 113 Cfmcr 115 Scarlet Stone 115 Seven Hint 118 Coatbridqe 114 Gallant War 6th clmg 7,000-1,000 4 113 joe D1 Rosa 105 y-Kosbah Magellan 112 c-Dlsh Washer 115 n-Yampa 112 Sweet Ginger 113 Flashlnoj Gloss Smart Safircm ,,, -Berlaion-Zamarelll eniry Tin 15,500 afw 3 yo 112 Sun Porch Air Kantfanar 112 Graystet 112 P J Jet 112 Tigers Tune 114 Speedy Stiver Yankee Brahmin in x-VoJJriolffd 111 WorwQK 111 Golden Bugles 117 x-BHet wind 1W * up 4 fur fli) Here H* Goes IK Sum Farce 115 Astounded 11 Double Doc 11 PortfoHo 115 x-Rood Prince y-Mr Raub 105 Lonawood Lady lot y-Dark Eagf* 105 Ima Ucd ll! Sun Stopper 11' y-Afr Gcnerat 112 x-Hd!a Heillo 102 DuJei Venture 115 Ith $7,500 alw 4 * up f4m 4 fur (14) IM y-r-Togend Mfsty Dolt 112 112 x-Dove Hunt Terrific Traffic 111 1)1 y-Holly-O Equador II 112 lUTocoro Landing Even Rojler 115 117 Ranch Moid Bunch Of Dafjfes 121 117 Polynesian Play y-a-Choke Point 107 113 b-ChcfoJseo Mary b-Maliana 115 a-Lefrak eniry b-Fuller cnlry «h clmg 3,000 J yo | 1 MS mi 11) 113 Caih On Hand Dotlle Cue 1)3 Re]ecled Tip r-Karawira ]ft3 x-Sams Ann X.Johns Julio 110 IM v-Lous Doll x-Mfjs Belvldere JOS 113 Mollywallo y-Ambor Bell 105 109 x-Celllc Wind x-5 y-7 7-10 ibj AAC. Ltsled to posl Bowie Selections At Bowie. One B«1: Coatbridgt. 1. Ready Mix, Tulfo, Epf Erin. 2. Pesky Joe, Fwnday, Cov-M-Laa". 3. Sheffas Soro, Henrteffa, Logoon Glrf 4. Blue Echo, PJedy, Fresh Stream. i. Coatbrldge, Golrfenbugles, Seven Hills. 6. Aslcynrfed, Sum Force, Dish Woi 7. Mr Kandohoc, Speedy A»Ver, Syn, Slopper. fl. Togent, Terrinc Traffic. Bunch 0! 9. Lous Doll, Caih On Hond, Rtltcted Tip. ^air Ground Selections At Fair Ground!, OM But: Farlboh I. Porochutt, TyruTicKy Bug, Ch«f Byram. J, Covanson, Cailroirne, Lady BtIK 3. pldpart, Prlnct Jox, Batllt Slrwl, t. Hoke Roke, Parish Une, WMdunlt 5. Farlbot, Tudor Mark, Cwjnt Worbter «. Ras Paddock, Collected, The Foo 7. Big Brigade, Seven Circles, chr(«. pae. «. Johr,r« Bound, Nfl Moniker. Uurerv I fan Woy. 9. Tough Kenrwmoo, Con«1 Hewitt, CafadfKi Kftf. JUNI LEADS BOW1ERS TUCSON, Ariz. - (AP) John Juni, a Hollywood, F!a. t bowler held an 82-pin lead as qualifying player in the $35,000 Profession al Bowlers Association's Tucson Op-en Tournament which ende Friday, Bowie Results rno«i clmg 4 4 up I Kir 25.20 7.M 3,15 ISiavolll randy Slallon, 4.60 Tropical Results lit 11,700 cJmg 4 * up « fur Of/ 1:11 Time 1:10 3-5 Dongerus Game IC'bell) MM M.M It.M Maori Powder (Moyers a,20 5.40 ;osslno Joclc (Brondf) f.jo Also: Croihlng Dawn, My Emmy, Florondy, Persian Affair, Arctic Aid, Conference, Su;y M, Crispy Crok«j, Lady Buccaneer. 2-id it?M lmg 3 ya 1 i-ti ml Olf 1:44 Time 1:47 Irish SlouJ (Cordone) 25.W 11.00 7.M Darlenej Debbie (H*.-n3ndci) 4.60 ?.« ·"q-Fos) Curve (Surrency) 12 W Also: Brash Boy, Chuck Miller, Free Runner, Coy Guard, En(«rner«, Dead Aim, Tuff Hough, Orcinuj, Georgetown MM). Irom 1st to 3rd cima 4 up |-u mi - (Lovalo) I Caulp Ma p ie) II IGrlllo) S.O ; lso: Upllck, Foarprlnl, Well T» Do,' B l B, GauonI Scol. , c o . M»0 hdcp Jlup 1 M4 ml ·.. 3:01 lime 1 : 4 8 3 - 5 :oyol Decision (BUior) 10,00 rllh Gypsy (Ko || a |, udonese (Hedge! Also: Ambl Enshofoh, Fos1 _QU1NELLA (S-Q lulntflq _ Attandonc* MM*. HKandht' il,«l,OW, pq i a $11.70. DOUBLE po(d 3rd 11000 olw 3 Oft 2:12 Time 1 Satliixin (Brooks) u 40 4 SO 300 Thoog [Brumffeld] 3,^3 More Scenls IBroussord] 360 A'so: Royol MaFofjar, Irlih Rebellion, Pop U Go, Charge intent. Count, Royal, Forward Charge, R';pln. 4ln (3700 clmg 3 YO ml 7D ydi Second Encounler lHdlg}U.Or) 4.M 520 Sunny Voyofl« (MayorgaJ 10.N 5 20 B romps (loro) 4 JQ Also: Minnie Ooby, Iron Agafn, Bobbie C Royol, Steves Pol, Crimson poi O/f 3;06 Tfme l:JO 2-5 5lh 1ISDO ctmg 4«up i lur Prince Herculls (M^j) 433 3%) ;, Nances Lork iBeebe) 903 4' Top Peak (Bri/miluu) 5',^ Also: Jimmy Miller. Summer Girl, Tiger Accent Gronilyiilp, Mink Fiver, Drlllmoitcr, Sfr Devil, Lovely Bolero *", «,30Q Clmg 4 up * fur Also: Ambarmor, Alhens Gem, Mr jhhj Garlandeer, Your Day. Optional Twin Double llt-i) po td mi TI,JUV nocp 4 A up i mi tartan Olll 3:S8 Time 1:35 J-S ·^cr (Keolh! «. M 15.20 Fork (Hidalgo) lo.w Also: MI.VVIu, Alrlconui, Happ/ Gon. dollcr. Solemn 1/oUon, Man ON Vedtllc, TUB Clown. I1h «,700 hdcp 3ivp 1 3-U ml Oil 1:25 Time I:5S -5 Mr, Splnclll (Slonu) 5 »0 3 M Count Bell (Cordero) 5 K Also: Petll Polols, Pojeys Spec/a Cormltr. sky Trend, Ttmplado, Xolon] onel Boy. Mrt 120,000 odded orong* Bowl Htfc ^lup I MS mi Olf 4:« Time 1:42 3-5 Dovls II (Gronl) 9 4 0 7 w 4 ; Come On II (Hernondez) tm it Sleel PJIcc (Vetosquer) s ( Also: Haughty Jester, Joe The Barbel Flick II. Pollux, Glenrase, Folhci Image, El ^cnllo, Tara Kail. TwIn_TJub^e llfl-B-lp-ll) paid l«n «,000~eJma 4 «. up 1 1-K ml ' Olf i:Jl Time 1:J M Hes Rlghl (Mayers) Mr Dominic (Delgado) Handy Helptr (Dcsplrllol 5.60 3.60 2.60 Tropical Entries J«t l Claw Md F«t. Fwt li)» an f JT By umM rr«u lManM*l«H II tlrn« (S4M) ] y» FMVx t fur I ISO Midden Lova 20 No Grom 'W Behgvln Jerry to Ruddy Errortf IM Free Soclol 124 Ravo IIS Union M'u IIS x.Trire« U 115 x-Cyej Choice 2nd clmg )UQ 4 a III Romoqui/l Bonkers Wing 120 Hoop Meeting 17X) Sailors Sin 115 *«n Berg«rul( IIS Magic Air 29 Nlaht Magic IIS Firms US P 1 1-1 ml 1 Corliw 114 El Gordo 112 Prof Focla Hi Mod Rock 1U 5oje provider llf Our Rebtl 114 Wor Happy U( v°2 «"" JS,"!*' D. S !?«155 IM r'J S" 1 ? "I 1 , »» n»*i» I M4 ml (II) 115 Meadow Ouln Pclso ISO 118 ,La Bravo II* Moil's flck 07 Her Culle 117 Our Mllly B IM x-Ow Lu»ur/ Trola Sir Mostley 120 Prince Ron 111 Turn While IM Family Brolher 120 Escapade Boy C« Ttie Fo* !» 5lr Nashw 120 Beou Irlih 120 x-Empho9l» )]0 Hllalo T07 Mak» Traclci 1)2 Lovabuck 107 St Hide Mr 11! Brents Boy 117 Deviled Horn IIS Terrible Tejr n; Vlolels Are Blu* 110 Parly Pumpj 109 Miss Coo* 1W x-Unopproachobla 110 Buckel 01 Lova 112 CriucX Chuck 107 x-Ratlo 110 Soureole Jay 112 Admiral Cy 115 Solaris Lod Waystobeaaye jio h clmg 51W4060 WS y. i ru7(li) 13 Self Winder Lord Wonjorl 110 TM »7^" Alryyoreom 10? 2 El f,gllo No ||, g,,, ,,,, UMerlion Olenoca IM 1 Pennyj Prlia Miurl IK ) Judolmlne Tei Morena I0« 113 Ebony Noll Mutual Fund 111 11 Block Diver x-Romon Bull 107 llh clmg KM-HW t yo 1 M 4 ml f,j, '"· Roupli Lisa policy Power no Sohoro Sua Weeplno Wo« 110 IbroMm Counlertown 112 IM Roihl Josnl TavQrea 117 112 Mannerly culloj MCfxal 107 llo Labor Saver River Portoge 110 in, dm, woo.io,o» 4 i, v? i mTi«TtM IM Miss Pry Aberrant Hi 07 x-Ruperlo Turl Flash 115 2 S! rl " el ' R «d RtdMirw ll« ll« Winkle srrlno Furty 101 llh clmg 7SOMJW 3 ya tvr (171 103 Olslarn 120 Oloron 103 x.tstand.Hop 117 Carpel SDpper 110 Lancerrae 113 Carreldee 113 Moolc Egg 115 Bold Ship 112 Lfany Boob tlrt clmg KOO-IO.OOO 4 * up ( Mr (1!) 113 x-A!hombra Pol x-Cochraiw It UM 120 Jovial Rock Someltcco 114 110 Good Bustnen · - - ..... IM Estupend x.Lody Fun 101 x-Slar 1U Lord Tarp 115 Ulllt But Fail 120 Thoughtful Lady 112 Our Bobu Rurer 120 x-Moote Magic 101 Depositor 111 US Colonel Bob A 114 Solid Mike 113 Saae Jaml« UOx.Cut A Mslon. IMh dm 9 3ae-35«l 4 t up 1 |-u ml '" " ....... --· Vaslland IM H\\ Stromboll 120 Sot Toro 1H Parowolf 114 Nlnlno 114 113 Sierras Cloud 105 Pay How 118 Trusly Man 113 Jolly OMEe 103 x-Cosmlc Bull 115 x-lce Cold 120 Clavcro 119 Young Jr 113 esmoltador x-5 Ibt AAC. Ltsled 1o post, Magic Catch 107 UnlprJxlll Blew France* 108 Orblty Anna 10ft x-Slxmlco US x-Aslse« It 107 Wild Toss 120 Cakllo 111 Wild King 1» 1. Front End Alignment · Correct coster, comber, toe-in, toe-out to manufacturer's specifications · Inspect and adjust steering 2, Wheel Balance · Balonce 2 Wheels Statically · Use new General wheel weights 3, Brake Adjustment · Adjust brakes, to full contact · Add needed fluid · Inspect drums, cylinders · Inspect and adjust emergency braka ALL FOR ONLY SO95 9 Most American Cars Kraft Wintertreads are General's factory method retread* applied to your tires or safety inspected casings. t General'! long-wei/int, i ·ripplni Ourt|«n btic! n · C«nvsl'f crclutlvv Winter ANY SHE $OA24 PLANTS GENERAL TIRE GO, 77T FfllRFIELD AVE, -- NEAR PARK AVE. --

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