One World's Record Set— For Weekend of Pony Races Cream of the nation's "pony racing crop" provided a full weekend of top-notch entertainment for some 1,500 pony trotting enthusiasts attending the U. S. Pony Trotting Association's biggest single event of the year at Greensburg Downs here Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. Some of the fastest harness ponies in the nation appeared on the racing program breaking numerous track records and one world's record. The world's record for two-year-old registered Shetlands on a quarter-mile track was broken by "Fernwood Chief Penny," owned by H. Clayton Urquhart of Scarborough, Me., and driven by Mrs. Evelyn Libby: The new record time is 1:42 4/5 seconds. The previous record was slightly over 1:43. Approximately 200 ponies were entered in competition for a share of the $6,000 purse. "Wabash Dancer," the nation's fastest pony from Toledo, 0., placed first in the free-for-all event for pacers with a time of 1:25; "King D," the national trotting champion from Bourbon Ind., went undefeated with a time of 1:33 2/5; and "Meteor Magic," of Yarmouth, Me., wen the free-for-all for registered Shetlands with a time of 1:37. Approximately 500 persons were on hand for the 12-race card Saturday evening and an estimated 1,000 persons attended Sunday afternoon's program of 16 races. Marvin Stutz, president of the Decatur County Pony Racing Association, was the announcer and Rex Mahoney of Anderson was the presiding judge. The associate judges were Charles Young, Max Bridgeford. James Hewitt and Robert E. Martin and the timers were Howard Alyea, Carl Benne. Delfert Cox, Dave Blodgett and Guy Cumberworth. Frank Robbins served as paddock judge. Assistants were Joe Hoban, Wayne Beggs, Carl Walterman, Jesse Bradburn and Walter Morgason. The starters were Denny Ryle and Sam Blodgett. 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Goodyecr Service Store WEST SIDE SQUARE PHONE 662-6841 — Daily News Photo. WORLD'S CHAMPION PACER—Wabash Dancer, holder of the world's record in the one-half mile event for pacers with a time of 1:21, shows his winning form as he easily captures the Free For All-Pacers-Open event with a time of 1:25. — Daily News Photo. PHOTO FINISH—Golden Prince (center) captures the Free For All National Stake Race in the closest finish of the afternoon at the Greensburg Downs Sunday. The Traveler (right) placed second with Toby D running a close third. pony given by the Waldhill Pony Farm of Greensburg. Saturday's Races Placing in the money Saturday evening w.ere: Race No. 1—"Meteor Magic," owned by Howard Small of Yarmouth, Me., first; "Bean Blossom." owned by W. F. Maynard of Muncie, second; "Toconah," owned by Robert W. Trimble, Anderson, third; "Ginger E," owned by Frank R. Edwards, Greenfield, fourth; and "King of Bluegrass," owned by Howard Terhune, Milroy, fifth. Time, 1:31 3/5. Race No. 2—"Goldy H," owned by Mrs. Floyd Unger, Morristown, first; "Bar-G's Big Red," owned by Dick Donnelly, Anderson, second; "Danny Boy B," owned by Howard Buck, Otterbein, third; "Lucky Duke," owned by Hillis Pickett, Holton, fourth; and "Sargent York," owned by Daymen Belcher, Greenfield, fifth. Time, 1:37. Race No. 3—"Lucy," owned by Donald Paddock. Alexandria, first: "Goldust Fashion," owned by Lee R. Rush, Kendallville, second; "Frisco Magic," owned by Howard Small, Yarmouth, Me., third; "The Traveler," owned by L. D. GiUespie, Knightstown, fourth; and "Indiana Ace's Red Princess," owned by Walter C. Knight, Muncie, fifth. Time, 1:55. Race No. 4—"Fernwood Chief Penny, owned by Clayton Urquhart. Scarborough, Me., first; "Indiana's Ace's Flash," owned by Howard Hoff. New Castle, second; "Fernwood Chief Comet," owned by A. B. T. Trotting Stables, Hanover, Pa., third; "Sir Ichabod," owned by C. R. Trimble and Floyd linger, Anderson, fourth; and "Scot Cody," owned by Gerald Fowler, Anderson, fifth. Time, 1:43 4/5. Race No. 5—"Bean Blossom," owned by W. F. Maynard, Muncie. first; "Meteor Magic," owned by Howard Small, Yarmouth. Me., second; "Goldy H," owned by Mrs. Floyd Unger, Morristown, third; "Bar-G's Big Red." owned by Dick Donnelly, Anderson, fourth; and "Tocon- ah." owned by Robert Trimble, Anderson, fifth. Time, 1:32 2/5. Race No. 6—"Golde," owned by Hollis Dye, Greenfield, first; "Mister Macon," owned by Delfert Cox, Holton, second; "Jim Again," owned by Ronald Armstrong, Indianapolis, third; "Brains," owned by 'Eugene Sheets, Lafayette, fourth; and "Goldie Dee," owned by Charles Shriner, Fairfield, Pa., fifth. Time, 1:46 3/5. Race No. 7—"Bean Blossom," first; "Chester Good," second; "Shenandoah Lancer," owned by Mrs. Jean Ann Shanholta, Woodbine. Md., third; "Sandy Sue," owned by Kern Scott, Princeton, fourth; and "Toconah," fifth. Time, 1:35 2/5. Race No. 8—"Fernwood Chief Penny," first; Indiana Ace's Flash," second; "Lucy," third; "Scot Cody," fourth; and "Sir Ichabod," fifth. Time, 1:42 4/5. Race No. 9—"Mister Macon," first; "Golde," second; "Stoney's Flash," owned by Howard Small, Yarmouth, Me., third; "Pete A," owned by William Ashby, Alexander, fourth; and "Jim Again," fifth. Time, 1:43 3/5. Race No. 10—"Bean Blossom," first; "Chester Good," second; "Shenandoah Lancer," third; "Toconah," fourth; and "Rusty Willing," owned by Asa E. Thrasher, Toulon, 111., fifth. Time, 1:35 2/5. Race No. 11—"Mister Macon," first; "Golde," second; Stoney's Flash," third; "Pete A," fourth; and "Jim Again," fifth. Time, 1:42. Race No. 12—"Bean Blossom," first; "Chester Good," second; "Shenandoah Lancer," third; "Toconah," fourth; and "Sandy Sue," fifth. Time, 1:32 2/5. Sunday's Races Money winners in Sunday's races were: Race No. 1—"G. C. Walhill," owned by Walhill Pony Farm, Greensburg, first; "Ginger E," owned by Frank R. 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Race No. 3—"Bay Princess," owned by Royse Waltz, Fairland, first; "Golden Rocket," owned by Harold Penn, LaGrange, second; "Walhill's Dander," owned by Walhill Pony Farm, thirds "Clippers," owned by L. D. Gillespie, Knightstown, fourth; and "Delight," owned by Warner and Jackson, Farmland, fifth. Time, 1:57 4/5. Race No. Ponsler, Butlerville, fifth. Time, 1:55 2/5. Race No. 6—"Lady ' Gray," owned by Virgil Black, Muncie, first; "Colonel's McGee," owned by Clinton Paddock, Anderson, second; "Scoby's Nugget," owned by G. R. GiUespie, Brownstown, third; "Sam-Bo," owned -by Bob Stags, Muncie, fourth; and "Major Dan," owned by Russell Snow, Greensburg, fifth. Time, 1:57 3/5.. Race No. 7—"Bar G's Big Red," first; "Mounds Mere Toconah," second; "Meteor Magic," third; "Clippers Golden Boy," owned by Carol Gnibbs, Greensfork, fourth; and ''Blaze Larigo," owned by Daniel Lemler, Bourbon, fifth. Time 1:35. Race No. 8—"Golden Prince," owned by Carl Belcher, Greenfield, first; "The Traveler," sec- ondr "Toby D," owned by Davie Siewert, Muncie, third; "Mr. Bim Bo," owned by Donnie Poer, North Vernon, fourth; and "Double Threat," owned by Don Paddock, Alexandria, fifth. Time, 1:50 3/5. Race No. 9-"Scot Cody," first; "Colt 45," owned by Randall Belcher, Greenfield, second; "Co-Coa Boy," owned by Darrel Davis, Greenfield, third; "Cresent Star Parader," owned by Clifton Paddock, Anderson, fourth; and "Lone Star," owned by Claude Shirley; Lebanon, fifth. Time, 1:50 2/5. Race No. 10—"King D," first; "Chester Good," second; "G. C. Walhill," third; "Blue Boy," owned by Dick Bohmbach, Fredericksburg, la., fourth; and "BlacK Star," owned by Walhill Pony Farm, fifth. Time 1:33 2/5. Race No. 11—"Meteor Magic," first; "Bar G's Big Red," second; "Mounds Mere Toconah," third; "Clippers Golden Boy, owned by Carol Grubbs, Green- fork, fourth; and "Blaze Larigo," owned by Daniel Lemler, Bourbon, fifth. Time 1:37. Race No. 12—"Maple City Red Sandy," owned by Clinton Paddock, Anderson, first; "Jim Again," second; "Indiana Aces Brilliant Star," owned by Eldon Lewis, Anderson, third; "Meier- crest Hi Ho," owned by J. A. Meier, Greenfield, fourth; and "Buckskin Joe," owned by Ray Hockgraver, Kirksville, Mo., fifth. Time, 1:46. Race No. 13—"Debbie," owned by Paul Warren, Winchester, first; "Mademoiselle," owned by Howard Turley, Indianapolis, second; "Clipper's Golden Boy," third; "Fernwood Chief Comet," fourth; and "Red Prince," owned by James Cowherd, Crawfords- yffle, fifth. Time 1:45 2/5. ; Race' No. 14—"Mr.' Macon," first; '"Tree City Babe," owned by Forrest McCardle, Greensburg, second; "Flicka G," owned by Lewis Gochenour, Bourbon, third; "Dusie," owned by Daniel Lemler, Bourbon, fourth; and "Iron Rail," owned by Glenn Bortner, Hanover, Pa., fifth. Time, 1:40 2/5. Race No. 15— "Buckskin Joe," owned by Hockgraver, Kirksville, Mo., first; "Ada's Lucy, owned by Don Paddock, Alexandria, second; "Cotton Boy, owned by Jack Webb, Arlington, third; '"Colonel's McGee," fourth; and "Queen Larigo, owned by Guy Cumberworth, Holton, fifth. Time, 1:48. 4—"Bar G's Big Red," owned by Richard Donnelly, Anderson, first; "Meteor Magic," second; "Mounds Mere Toconah," owned by C. R. Trimble & Son, Anderson, third; "Blaze Larigo," owned by Dan Lemler, Bourbon, fourth; and "The Traveler," fifth. Time, 1:36 2/5. Race No. 5—"Lucy," first; "Tony Boy," owned by Leon Cleek, Greensboro, second; "Cotton Candy," owned by Donald Hicks, Batesville, third; "Juby," owned by Paul Spegal & Sons, Wilkinson, fourth; and "King Peanut," owned by Raymond Greenshirg (Ind.) Daily News, MomUy, Sept. 27,1965 Race cer," No. 16—"Wabash Dan- first; "Mr. Pepper owned by Eugent Montgomery, Seymour, second; "A 1 i o n n a White Star," owned by Joyce Cowherd, Crawfordsville, third; "Birdie Jo," owned by Kern Scott, Princeton, fourth; and "Hickory Hill Flyer," owned by Ray Armstrong, Indianapolis, fifth. Time, 1:25. FLORIDA WILDS MIAMI — No white man to date has ever completely explored the miles of winding channels in the Everglades which spread over four million acres. to have a friend j,: i * * •? ...be one SEND HALLMARK GREETING CARDS TO SOMEONE TODAY BAITIRTON'S West Side TVuq Store PA«3 Big Ten Fobtbalf— Purdues Grjese Is Called "Fantastic" CHICAGO (UPI) — Northwestern leads the Big Ten's conference standings, but everything else, including an almost certain top national ranking, belongs to Purdue. The Wildcats made it to the tip by winning the season's only league .game thus far, a 2(M) upset over Indiana Saturday. Purdue, which got under way two weeks ago by shelling Miami of Ohio, .38-0, rallied in the final four minutes to beat top-ranked Notre Dame, 25-21. The Boilermakers were one of four big winners over intersectional' rivals. Illinois defeated Southern Methodisf, 42-0, Iowa beat Oregon State, 27-7, and Michigan State blanked Penn State, 23-0. j Also on the conference's plus j side was Michigan's 10-7 deci-' sion over California. Griese Weekend Hero Then there was Ohio State, which was surprised by North Carolina, 14-3, Wisconsin's 26-6 loss to Southern California, and Minnesota's 14-13 defeat by Washington State. Purdue's Bob Griese emerged as the weekend's hero. Griese, who once hoped to play for Notre Dame, did the next best thing. He completed 19 of 22 passes, three for touchdowns, while thoroughly confounding the Irish secondary. Griese als otook the Boilermakers on a 67-yard scoring march to insure victory in the last four minutes o'f the game. Coach Ara Parseghian of Notre Dame called Griese's performance "fantastic" and said there just was ho defense against it. "It's almost impossible to complete 19 of 22 .passes if you're just running patterns without a defense. Even in practice you're going to have some dropped. He didn't," Parseghian said. Custardo, Wright Star Fred Custardo of Illinois also had a successful Saturday afternoon. The Illini quarterback's completion percentage was better than Griese's nine for nine in the three periods he played. John Wright, son of Illinois track coach Robert Wright, caught two of Custardo's scoring pitches, one for 54 yards and another for 64-i.In all,., Wright caught six passes' for 164 yards. Iowa's victory on the West Coast ended an eight-game losing streak. Quarter/back Gary Snook directed the Hawkeyes to- a 24-0 halftime lead. The Oregon Beavers got their only touchdown after a linebacker ran back an intercepted pass. Northwestern's Ron Rector scored 'two touchdowns in the upset over the Hoosiers, who threatened twice, but not seriously. North Carolina's Tarheels gave Ohio State coach Woody Hayes what may be his most unpleasant afternoon of the developing season. They scored the first time they got their hands on the-ball and got another touchdown in -the final minute of play. Ohio State's Bab Funk made the most of a bagged-down 76- yard drive by kicking a 26-yard field goal for his'team's only score. Any mention of "We're No. 1," or "We're going to the Rose Bowl" drew only polite grins from Purdue coach Jack Mollenkopf today. : "We haven't even played our conference opener yet and we play seven of them in a row," he said. But he-did concede that Saturday's victory'before a record crowd of nearly 62,000 in Lafayette' was achieved by "the best team I've ever had." Junior quarterback Griese of Evansville passed for 283 yards. Eight of his tosses, for 113 yards, went to star end Bob Hadrick. Purdue seeks its third straight non-conference win at Southern Methodist Saturday before heading into the Big Ten campaign. Indiana also invades the Lone Star State this weekend, for a night encounter with tough Texas, while Notre Dame plays its first home game of the season against Northwestern. Indiana managed only 34 yards rushing against Northwestern and Frank Stovroff had three passes intercepted to kill any Hoosier chances for victory. Minnesota Is Fpr Series , WASHINGTON (UPI)—Minnesota Twins Manager Sam Mele rested at his Quincyy Mass., home today, confident that his American League cnampioris are "ready for anybody" in the World Series. Mele flew to his home shortly after the Twins clinched the American League title Sunday by downing the Washington Senators 2-1. He planned to spend the day with his pregnant wife and rejoin the Twins in Balti- .mpre Tuesday. ''".,' : ""Amid"' the popping" of cBani- pagne' corks ' in the dressing room before he left for home', Mele told reporters: "My prediction is the same as I made before the season—we've got the "pitching and we've 'got the team, we're ready for anybody." Among the Twins'' players, however, the favorite opponent seemed to be the San Francisco Giants. Cries of "bring oh the Giants" could be heard frequently as the players'celebrated but there was no mention of the Los Angeles Dodgers, who moved into a tie with the Giants while the celebration was going on. Warriors Defeated T] By fadians^ 14-9 ' PROviDENCE, l R. I. (UPI) — Tom Kennedy threw a pair of fourth-period touchdown passes Sunday night to give the Rhode Island Indians a 14-9 Continental Football League victory over.the Fort Wayne Warriors. The result left the two teams tied for second place in the league's western division with three victories and four losses each. 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