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Italian Doubles Event Is Concluded in Texas By The Associated Press Brian Gottfried and Raul Ramirez have won the Italian Open doubles title . . . in the great state of Texas. Back in late May, Gottfried and Ramirez met Australians Jolm Newcombe t and 'Geoff Masters In Home for the Italian Open crown. The match was lied at two sets apiece when darkness halted play. O t h e r tournament commitments, prevented them fi'om completing the match at that time, but it was finally finished Wednesday night during "the $100,000 U.S. Professional Doubles Championship at the Woodlands indoor court "near Houston. Gottfried, of Baltimore, and Kamirez, of Mexico, won the delayed fifth set 6-3 to take the match 7-G, 5-7, C-3, 3-6, 6-3. ^"Now we won the Italian Open in Texas and the trophy's sitting over there some place in Rome," said Gottfried. '.'Maybe we'll get it before the tournii' ment next year." 'Meanwhile, the third-seeded team of Fred McNair of Wash' ington, D. C., and Sherwood Stewart of Goose Creek, Tex., scored a 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 first-round victory over Lito Alvarez of Ar- 'gentina and Tom Gorman of Seattle and American veterans Arthur Ashe and Dennis Ralston topped Bill Brown of San Luis Obispo, Calif., and Sashi Menon of India 6-1, 6-7, 6-3. ll\ the $50,00.0 Bermuda Grand Prix tennis tournament, third-seeded C l i f f Richey ot San Angelo, Tex. coasted into the quarter-finals with a 6-0,_ 6-3 ANGEL CORDERO ESCAPES INJURY · NEW YORK CAP) -- Angel Cordcro Jr., one of the nation's leading jockeys and the top slakes rider in New York, cs taped injury after he thrown from_ horse during the fourth "race at, Belmonl Park - Wednesday, thanks . h goad measure to the fast reac tion of · apprentice jockey Der riie Gonzalez. ] Cordero's mount, Life's Hope was challenging- for the leat near the eighth pole when the horse bolted to the outside tossing the jockey. Cordcro hi the ground still clutching the reins, bounced and then rolled over into the path of Gonzalez horse, Burundi. : But the apprentice jockey seeing Hie-fallen-Cordero,..man riged to kcep' r Burundi's stridinj right hoof from striking th jockey's head. I "I saw him in the air," sail Gonzalez. "I tried my best, am pulled Burundi out of the way.' ! A track ambulance rushed tc the fallen rider, and Dr. Joseph Sewicki ordered him taken 1" nearby Long Island Jewis Hospital for precautionary : rays. Those proved negative however, and Cordero was sen home. ·Cordero has ridden 193 win riers at New York tracks thi season, including 18 stake triumphs. He is scheduled t ride Intrepid Hero in Satur day's 5150,000 Woodward Hand cap. Maryland Rejects Sunday Race Proposal · BALTIMORE (AP) -- Fo the second lime in two month the State Racing Commissio l)as rejected requests for Sun day thoroughbred racing : Maryland. ! Timonium Race Track an Laurel Raceway sought Sunda dates but the commission sai the request was turned dow partly .because none of th Slate's major tracks-- Pimlic Laurel and Bowie--wanted Sun day. racing. J. Newton Brewer, commi sion chairman, also cited Ne York's difficulties with its Su day racing program. POP WARNER FOOTBAL '. The Stratford Holy Name Car' inals (1-0) and the Trumbull Ra gcrs (1-0) will meet in a Soul crn Connecticut Conference Po Warner Football League matchu Sunday at 2 p.m. in Madison Ju ior High School Field in Trut Bull The junior midget conte will start at 12:30. Other league games will fin Fairlield at Milford; Ansonia Shelton; Seymour at Derby; W terbury at Torrington; Middl town at Water-Oak; Winstcd \Volcolt and Newington at Pro pect. ' ' Scores of last Sunday's gam were: Stratford 13, Shcllon Trumbull 28. Fairfield 0; Milfo 22 Seymour 0; Ansonia 32, Deri 6; Waterbury 13, Water-Oak Newinglon IS, Torrington 6; a Winstcd 27, Prospect 0. Results of junior midget gam were: Stratford 0. Shelton Trumbull 26, Fairfield Browns Seymour 13, Fairfield Giants Ansonia 33, Derby 6, Waterbu 6, Water-Oak 0; Torringlon Ncwinglon 0; and Winstcd Prospect 0. :tory over Deon Joubert of ulh Africa. Richey will face Alvaro Fill- the 23-year-old brother ot :cran Chilean star Jaime lol. Alvaro upset eighlh-seed- Ray Ruffels of Australia 4-G, , 7-6 on Wednesday. Upsets marked the first und of the $75,000 Women's tional Indoor Championships Atlanta as Wendy Turnbull of Australia trip pad third-seeded Rosle Cnsals of Sausalito, Calif. 4-G, 7-6, 6-2 and Kris Shaw of New York beat Sue Barker of Great Britain 7-5, 7-5. Top-rated Martina Navratilova, the 19-year-old Czech star who defected to the United States last year, escaped (lie trend by beating Mnry Ho mm of Ml, Pu laski, III. C-2, fi-1. Neither of the two dominant women in the game,'Chris Evert and Evonne Goolagong, has entered the tournament. "I'm glad they didn't come," said Miss Turnbull. "I'm sick of playing those people in the first round. Now the rest of us have a chance." CASEY'S WINS IN CITY OPEN Casey's Pub trimmed Bridgeport Canine, 6-5, las', night In the feature game ot the City Open slow pitch tournament, Jeff Foster belted two home runs and drove in four runs for the winners, Bill Mooner drilled Ihree hits in four trips to boost- Williams 1 Dry wall past Port Hole Restaurant, 10-4, and Bob Davenport lifted the Re emirs over American Chain and Cable, 13-7. Fran O'Neil and ten JLibhy i IfiH W.IV combined for sevjen hits as Bayview 'Package Store trounced The Pub, 14-3, in last nighl's other game. Eight games arc on tap tonight, Including four at Went Field and one at Seaside Park, starling at 5:45 o'clock, VFW.'Post ,9991 plays Case's Pub on Went I; Stonybvook Restaurant faces United Aimy and Navy on Went 2; Partners TI meets Golden Nugget an Went 1 3; Crown Budget Marktt opposes Green Wave on Went 4 a n d Rcemers take on the Greeks on Seaside D in the u:45 offerings. The other three games arc opposition for the Knights at quired veteran wide receiver 7:15 and Wild Bunch nnd fhs Independents vying at 8:30 o'clock. tor Bnrnum ii, with KUI- p ac fc Gets Zimmerman away Haircutters clashing with Main Realty at 5:43; New Frontier Restaurant providing the G R E E N BAY, Wis. (AP) The Green Bay Packers ac- LUCKETT GAME CANCELLED Tonight's "Wait Luckett Day" pro basketball game scheduled for Sacred Heart University has been canceled. Promoters of the event said refunds may be obtained at the various area outlets where they were purchased. Don Z i m m e r m a n froni Philadelphia Wednesday in exchange for an undisclosed future National Football League draft choice. Zimmerman, a nth-round draft choice in 1972, has career totals of 52 receptions for 58S yards and five touchdowns. His best season with the Baglcs ]974, when he caught 30 passes for 368 yards and two TDs, but he lost his s t a r t i n g job "nst year. B R I D G E P O R T POST T h u r s d a y , Sept. 16, ,33 1976 MAGCO GOLF CLUBMAKER'S GOLF SHOP Fall is reflnlsh time. Refinish woods and alj type repairs. Close out specials an Pro Line Qoir Clubs. Special pricing on regrfpplng for full sets. Custom Clubs: sleel, titanium alloy, graphite. Taking orders (or True Tamper's Superllghl Steel, same weight as graphite. OJI hardened persimmon in slock. 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