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Unable to hold slim halftime lead Special to the Facts from Mike Miller in Kansas City Kentucky State Thorough breds led by 6-7 inch David Barnes outran the University of Redlands Bulldogs in the opening round of the NAIA Na tional Basljctball Tournament this morning in Kansas City f(ir a 71-65 victory. Barnes scored 17 points as he and his teammates consistently hit from the outside on long jump shots and added a blitzing fast break attack against the Bulldogs. Coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs stayed close on the scoring of senior guard Gary Smith (18) and the outstanding play of Dayton Dickey. Smith was an All-NAIA District Three first team selection. Dickey a 6-1 sophomore reserve came off the bench to pour in 14 points for the UR hoopsters. At one point with four minutes remaining in the first half Dickey drilled in three straight buckets to help the Redlands cause. Nip and Tuck The game was nip and tuck throughout the first stanza with Redlands holding a slim 31-29 lead at the half. Kentuck-y State came blasting back to open the second half with three straight fast break lay ups and was never headed the rest of the way as they moved into the second round of the National NAI.A tourney. The. Bulldogs made a strong comeback late in the game and pulled to within two points with only 1:46 showing on the clock when Dickey hit on a jumper from the side. The Thoroughbreds then attempted to stall for the remainder of the game and Redlands was forced to foul. Samuel Adams, Kentucky's half to stop the Redlands come- the Staters. The Bulldogs were in foul trouble most of the second haU with forward Bob Engbergl sophomore Uke myself," said leaving with 8:47 to play and reserve Kenny Washington. guard Dave Mohs out with 12 seconds on the clock. Newmyer Out Redlands was hurt by the ab- '^m ':;,iftP ^oS,n '"Sr'^ BiU Shawver swim- comtnittee chapman sa^d^^ h„ ming in the 9-10 age group took NEW YORK (UPI) - Unde- pj^^ TlTtarl ^V V^ts ^^^^^ . feat«i UCLA today was named ^/^ J^^,, B. Baker vs. D. Jl^f" f, ^'J^ the 19f "— - - - -.. backstroke m 34.4; took the ketball , Press International Board Coaches, the shortest team to „ ,„ receive the drown in the history R ,,i.„V.t „c of the ratings. . inship is for Coach John Wooden Bruins, the only major team survive the season with a per feet record and the first all Lauer vs. W. Howard; ... , was first in the 50 yard butterfly . Jkdey vs R WU? W in- E the ratings. „/A winfh.r w u~, J; d^^^^ Jn«Uey i" 1:15-7- The championship is the first ^f'^/'rwd^M T' wAn ^f V / There were 427 swimmers en- ^P?erc 'eT?mii \?TLr ^-ed in the two day m ^ sen. A. Welch vs. D Acheson. J^^"""* .s^""" <='"bs m Southern W. Anderson vs. G. Reynolds, ^^Z'"''^- ^, , ^ . .>;vk — — _J- J p..™._ „c V Luke E Other Redlands Swimmers ^m'^i 'Z S..Vw.S&!i: .TsSTJriV 'p',.^ '50-'51, San Francisco in '55-'56 and North Carolina in '56-'57— posted perfect marks en route to the top. Thirty-two of the 34 coaches .comprising the coaching board ranked UCLA No. 1 with fourth- HIGHEST GAME - Ralph Thiem, right, rolled the highest sanctioned game in the history of Empire Bowl with a big 297 total. Al Otterbeck, Empire's bowling manager, congratulates Thiem who has a 177 overage. Thiem bowls in the Even Dozen league for the Brookside Dairy squad. He had 11 strikes in a row before leaving three pins on his last roll. (Facts photo) Bruin team elated over being named champion LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Members of UCLA's undefeated basketball team today enthusiastically greeted the announcement that they had been named the jnational champions for 1964 in the United Press International Icoaches ratings. "It's the greatest—for now," said AU America guard Walt Hazzard. "The season, however, starts all over again Friday in Oregon in the NCAA playoffs." informed of their w.a...uc. ., - When informed of their sc leading scorer during the reg- lection, the players let out a ular season, sunk four free spontaneous cheer, shook each throws in the last minute and a other's hands and gathered around coach John Wooden to back bid and ice the game for congratulate him both on their team honor and his selection as Coach of the Year." "It's a great thrill for a 'Now I only hope we can win the NCAA playoff to justify our top ranking." Star guard Gail Goodrich, the sence of 64 sUrting forward team's top scorer, exclaimed: George Newmyer who missed "Wonderful. Not too many the entire game because of the players have the distinction of flu. Taking over for Newmyer playing on the number one were number six man Gary team. I feel we are ready for top effort in the NCAA." And center Fred Slaughter Loper and Dickey who played a a fine game. _ "I felt that we played a.good joined in the comments by say game," Coach Fulmer said, ing, "It's a great honor, es "We will probably return home pecially since the UPI poll is sometime tomorrow morning, conducted by the men who There were almost 20 UR stu- know best, the coaches. I feel dents who had driven to the this team deserves it because game and a group of the play- they are a TEAM." Forward Jack Hirsch added, 'It's a great honor and a per ers parents." Kentucky was seeded 11th in ^ „ „ the tournament while the Bull- jonal thrill. I enjoyed playing dogs were unseeded. For both on this team and I feel we will teams it was their second trip give a good account of our into the NAIA field. Redlands selves in the NCAA compe played in 1961 and Kentucky played in the '59 affair. While t h e Thoroughbreds were a nm and gun team that had averaged 83 points per game while winning the Mid- Western Athletic Association Championship the Bulldogs relied on their regular pattern style of offense. The UR offense was pretty effective against the Starters as the Bulldogs didn't have trouble getting off good shots. Kenucky had the height on the UR hoopsters with a front line of James Robertson 6-5, Dawd Barnes 6-7, and Robert Campbell 6-6. Good Shooting Both teams shot well from the floor with the UR connecting on 46 per cent and Kentucky managing 47 per cent. The tight game saw the lead changing hands all during the first half. With eight minutes left in the first period the score was knotted at 19 aU. The BuU- dogs dropped behind 23-25 and then managed their comeback for a 31-29 margin at the half. In the second stanza Kentucky pulled five points ahead 55-50 with 10 minutes to go. The Thoroughbreds managed their biggest lead of the night, nine points with seven minutes left 62-53 and then Redlands started to battle back coming withm two 65-57 before free throws and the Kentucky stall won the game for the Staters. Center Dick Fisher led the tition." 'Naturally it is one of the great thrills of my life," de clared forward Keith Erickson Reserve guard Mike Huggins declared, "Being a sub and not .playing so much, it makes the I whole season worth all the ef fort and time." Coach Wooden, who gave the , team effort credit for the record I of 26 victories without a defeat and UCLA's first basketball na tional championship, warned two and we hope for another I weeks of the same." He pointed out, however, that "every team in the playoffs is a good team and capable of beating any other team on a given night And it takes only one loss in a playoff to eliminate a team." Even before the announcement of UCLA's selection as the National Champions, Wooden and his squad were acclaimed at the Southern California Basketball Writers luncheon Mon|day and All America guard Walt Hazzard was picked as Southern California Player of I the Year. Table tennis tourney slated LOS ANGELES (UPI)-SUte table tennis titles will be at stake Friday and Saturday in the 10th annual California State Closed Tournament although this [year the tourney serves more as a warmup for next month's U.S. Open championships in Inglewood. The California Closed, open only to state residents, will be held at the Southwest Sportsman Park. The three-day national championships begin April 124. Farm labor study bills introduced The California Rancher SACRAMENTO (UPI) - Two record." resolutions calling for legislative y—In studies into California's farm la- off game in won-lost re^o™- bor problem have been intro- Secor' """ -ry-n^- •> duced in the California Assem- Kansas bly. One study will look into pos pu:es at the end of this year. however, that the Bruins faced ha^e on California welfare pro- a difficult task m the national playoffs. "I feel the Brums are conC- Ident, but not over-confident," Wooden said, "and they realize that any team that goes through to the NCAA championship must I have a little luck as well as talent. It took both to bring about our undefeated season grams. The studies will be assigned to legislative committees. The proposal is in line with requests by growers for a series of stu- Boston dies. Stagg condition is serious STOCKl'ON, Calif. (UPI) - *\mos Alonzo Stagg. only man honored as both player and coach in football's Hall of Fame, was reported stitl in serious but not critical condition at the Hillhaven Convalescent Hospital today. The 101-year-old Stagg is suf- ferinf from uremic poisoning. Bulldogs with eight rebounds while the 6-7 Robertson pulled in 12. Fisher had 10 points for [the game. The bss wrapped up a fine season for the Bulldogs who won the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship and then downed Cal Western in the Dis- jtrict Three playoffs to gain the [trip to Kansas City. Kenhjcky (71) FG FT TP Robertson 5 3-7 13 [Campbell 4 3-3 11 Adams 4 5-7 13 Barlow 4 2-2 10 Barnes 8 1-2 17 [Banks .- 0 14 1 Davis 1 <W) 2 Batiste 2 0-0 4 Redlands [iS) FG FT TP Fisher 4 2-5 10 Dickey 7 0-0 14 Friedlander 2 0-0 4| Loper 3 0-2 6 Mohs 3 1-2 7 Engberg 2 2-3 6 Smith 7 44 18 HaUtime: Redlands 31, Kentucky 29. Shot in argument San Francisco LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Leo St Louis Rothenberg, 54, died Monday of Los Angeles gunshot wounds received during Baltimore an argument over a noisy gar- Detroit bage can. shot Feb. 20 by an 86-year-old neighbor who apparently becoming enraged over the rat- St Louis at New York tling of a garbage can outside Cincinnati at Detroit [his window. " ' ^" kedlands Swim club competes in AAU meet .._ -——- ^ u I Members of the Redlands division were Bruce Kocsis and toe Redlands Country Chib-s^n Chib were entered m the Larrj- Boxer. L a r r y placed Matches were made by blmd j,j gegundo AAV meet over the sixth in the 50 yard free in 28.8 Vice-president Cup matches will get underway this week at the Redlands Country Club. UCLA named champion of big schools 3W YORK (UPI) - (jiajicu uj o-| Shawver won ine au !d UCLA today was named are as foUows: B. Baker vs. D. backstroke in 34.4; tool 1963-64 major coUege bas-cowan, V. Lee vs. D. Smith, hi 1-05 6, aU champion by the Umtedr. Heim vs. E. Smith, W- ^^^3^ the 50 yard but place Duke and third-rated Kentucky splitting the other two votes for first Michigan, which replaced Kentucky in the run- nerup spot in the final balloting, was -a distant second in the [point standings. The death last week of Day|ton Coach Tom Blackburn, one of the original members of the coaching board organized in 1950, reduced the number of participating coaches in the final ratings from 35 to 34. The Bruins, rated only 13th in the pre-season ratings, climbed steadily, overtook first - place Kentucky in the fourth week of the season and remained No. 1 for 10 consecutive weeks. They won 26 games, most of them by healthy margins, captured the Big Six title and will face the winner of tonight's Oregon State-Seattle game Friday in the NCA regional tournament at Corvallis, Ore. Walt Hazzard, a 6-foot-2, senior All-America, is the ball- handUng wizard who teams with guard mate Gail Goodrich, ,6-foot-l junior, to lead the ex; plosive UCLA fast-break and pressing defense. Wooden, UPI's coach of the year, has only two starters as tall as 6-feet-5, Fred Slaughter and [Keith Erickson. Jack Hirch, 6-foot-3, is the other starting forward. I Completing the top 10 were [fifth-rated Oregon State (25-3), sixth-ranked WichiU (22-5), No. 7 Villanova (22-3). No. 8 Loyola of Chicago (20-S) the preseason first-place choice; ninth- ranked Texas Western (23-2), and Davidson (224). NEW YORK (UPI)—The final United Press International major college basketball ratings for the 1963-64 season wth first- place votes and fmal regular season won-lost records in parentheses: Team 1. UCLA (32) (26-0) 2. Michigan (204) 3. Kentucky (1) (214) X 4. Duke (1) (234) 5. Oregon State (25-3) y 6. Wichita (22-5) 7. ViUanova (22-3) 8. Loyola (111.) (20-5) 9. Texas Western (23-2) xlO. Davidson (224) X— Includes conference jnament Points 328 233 229 173 tour' i-lKansas State-21; 13 (tie), more tnan tnre 01 ms 0* games '~7L Drake and San Francisco 12; the penalty box. He now has fhoulders tbe mght he got ;. 15. UUh State 11; 16 (Ue) Ohio 132 mmutes there. hurt," Bennett said Kere , " - "-••=-- " Los Angeles is at Denver and was no evidence of the bone de- Vancouver at San Francisco to night Most of the teams have six \jue s >Luuy wiu iwtL iiiiu pus- -t**, ^ —" sible souces of farm laborers to State and New Mexico 7; is, replace the Mexican nationals Texas A&M 6; 19 (tie), An- after the bracero program ex- zona State and P"^d_ence 5 - - - - Other teams receivmg pomts The"oUier"'would ti^y to d'e't^: - SeatUe 3; Creighton and mine t h e Impact that a new Bradley 2 supply of farm workers will (Fla-) o°e- v-^v:. ^ , w ^, „ '• u'":?:i'""xf:r"'i games to go and the focus is mine the Impact that a new Bradley 2 each and Miami J ^J^ ^^^^ batUe for playoff ... ^ births. Denver has one sewed up, while Portland (64 points), Los Angeles (64), SeatUe (60) and San Francisco (60) are NBA Stondings Eastern Division W. L. Cincinnati Philadelphia New York Western Division W. L. 56 53 31 21 Pet. .737 .697 .431 .276 44 43 38 30 Redlands Racers clash with Rams Thursday Player licks jinx, beats Palmer in playoff 49.3. she also swam the 100 free in 1:47.9, the 50 free in 1 47.3 and the 100 individual Med ley in 2:00.4. Michal Thompson in the 9-10 girls won a heat ribbon in both the 50 yard butterfly in 43.4 and in the 100 yard mdividual medley in 1:20.9. She also swam the 50 breast in 45.4 and The .Redlands Racers wiU the 100 yard free in 1:19.4. take to the hardwoods Thursday Swimmmg in the 11-12 age evening at 8 p.m. to oppose the [Los Angeles Rams basketball team. The game, sponsored by the Redlands chapter of tlic City of Hope, will be held in Terrier gym at RHS. Starttag for the Rams hoop­ sters will be such footballers as Jim Phillips, Lamar Lundy, Eddie Meador, David Jones, Art Hunter, Jack Pardee, Marlin McKever, Dick Bass and Joe ScibelU with Les Riehter serving as player coach. Leading the Redlands Racers into action will be Terrier casaba coach Al Endeman and former University and RHS stars John Bethke, Sonny Capehart, George Leja, Bud Shirtcliff, Ed McCluskey, Ken Cor win. Bob Wagner, Steve Mato- jjan. Jack Schroeder, Hal Hollister and Maurice Fey. Tickets will be available at the door or from Gairs Men Shop, Levines Men Shop, YJICA, Empire Bowl or Smiths Union service. and Norm Johnson of Los Ange „„,les, with. 80 points apiece. Art 291 Jones of Portland has 79 and [commission, said he treated - Liston several times prior to his Phil Maloney of Vancouver is a loss to Cassius Clay m Miami close fifth with 78. two weeks ago. — Fielder's assist total is 29 Bennett said Listen's bursitis 156 higher than that of Maloney in "wasn't anything too big, in my 112 second place. Jankowski's 37 estimation, but he did complain 100 goals place him one ahead of about it." 68 Buddy Boone of Vancouver, Bennett added he did not be 49 while Jones is in Uiird with 35. lieve the bursitis was connected — Al Millar of Denver leads with the arm injury which pre- games in won-lost goalies with a 2.82 average, vented Liston, an 8-1 favorite, ;cura. while Seattle's Claude Dufour is from answering the bell in the y—Includes conference play- second with a 3.16 average. • seventh Tound and gave chalet game in won-lost record. PorUand's Mike Donaldson lenger Clay the title on a techni- Second 10—11, DePauI 26; 12, has spent the equivalent of cal knockout. more than thre of his 64 games "We made x-rays of both three. Blades meet Denver tonight PJ , DENVER (UPI)—The Los An 595 geles Blades, seeking sole oc- !581 19 54 Monday's ResulH .507 .405 .254 Police said Rothenberg was Los Angeles 122 Baltimore 112 (Only games scheduled) Tuesday's Games [Baltimore at San Francisco and Bruce was sLxth in the 200 yard individual medley in 2:39.6. They boUi tied for eighUi EUGENE, Ore. (UPI)-Seat- in the 100 yard fly in 1:13.3. Ue University gets a thud crack Larry also swam the 100 yard at Oregon State, a veteran yard free coach tries for his 600th \ictory breast 1:31.1, 200 — 2:26.2 and the 200 yard individ-jand Arizona ual medley 2:45.4. Bruce swam the 100 J State tangle back, sti-aight year X>tUV.C ow«*ii , J • 1:15.3 and the 100 yard breast round basketball tournament ac- in 1-25.4. Judy Martin ouuj ...»— in Uie 13-14 „ .... group was entered in Uie fol- Friday night games in nearby lowing races but failed to Corvallis against two of the na- place; 100 breast 1:25; 400 free tion's hottest teams. Unbeaten 5:18.0; 200 yard individual and top-ranked UCLA will play mdley, 100 back 1:16.5 and the the Oregon State-Seattie winner. 100 fly. San Francisco, winner of 18 in Shannon Spence competing in a row, clashes with the Utah his first AAU meet placed fifUi State-Arizona State victor. in the 13-14 old 100 breast in 1:15.2. Pinicy Chambers in the 13-14 cided Saturday night at Corage group swam the 100 yard vallis. back in 1:24.0 and Uie 100 breast. The Redlands Swim night. Last season Oregon State Club is sponsored by the City defeated SeatUe, and Arizona Recreation department under State edged Utah State m over- the direction of Bob Chambers Larry Munz coaches the team PENSACOLA, Fla. (UPI) — South African Gary Player licked a career-long jinx, .14 months of pressure and bis friendly nemesis Arnold Palmer Monday to win the Pensacola PGA Open golf tournament in a three-way playoff. Player, returning to ius driver on the tees for the first time in several months, fired a one- under-par 71 over the 36-36—72 Pensacola Country Club course to defeat defending champion Palmer by one stiroke and wm- less Miller Barber by three shots. Player picked up $4,000. It was his fu^st tourney win since San Diego in January, 1963. Palmer and Barber, who has not won a VGA tournament in four years of competition, divided second and third place mon ey for S2,300 each. "There was more pressure on me than at any other time in my life," the weary Player said. "I was playing against two great golfers. And, as you know, all together I have lost 10 playoffs and never won one until now." Palmer, seektag his third Pensacola crown and second in a row, now has a playoff record of 11-5, including a Masters win over Player and Dow Finsterwald. The husky Pennsylvanian, leading money winner last year with more than $129,000 missed a heart-breaking six-foot putt on the par four 17th and an 18-footer on the 18th par four to lose. It has been six years smce Palmer has had to wait so long for a tour victory. In both arms Fielder about has hockey title in bag By United Press rnternatienal Guyle Fielder of SeatUe just iSeyliaSe "c ;"?gS ^,°E™°^T 1""^ Former generation Uiat is present in wraoDeduD today heavyweight champion Sonny very severe cases of bursitis, wrapped up today. _ Liston of Denver has been both- "I Uunfc Listen's problem in Liston bothered two years by bursitis J^iSlUU wi. i-'tu• y.*. 11"^ wwk» * — ered by bursitis in both arms Uie fight was Uiat he swung and The classy veteran has 16 „^ ^ —- = = — goals and 80 assists for 96 shoulders for nearly two missed, severely sb-etching or poinl!s in the 60 games through years, his physician disclosed rupturing his arm four or five Sunday. Far back in second Monday night come Lou Jankowski of Denver Robert C. Bennett, physi clan for the Michigan Boxing could see the swelling and blood." Bennett said he has since referred Liston to a physical therapist in Denver, Liston's home town. "We put him on the plane the Thursday after the fight I do know that the arm was so painful he couldn't get on his coat and it was so swollen we had to make him a sling." OB Golfers to meet Thursday The Orange Belt Golfers will ana oau rrancistu KWJ <HC . 7: . . " , ^ batUing grimly for Uie oUier their monUily dmner meet ^ ' ing Thursday evenmg at 5:30 p.m. at the Redlands Country Club pro shop.- A golf film will be shown and plans announced for the April tournament Accept invitations cupancy of second place in Uie BRADENTON, Fla. (UPI)— Western Hockey League, meet Edd Roush, Bill McKechnie, lies and St Louis Cardinals. inches below the shoulder. In our post-fight examination we LA. meet swag divided 1964 angling booklet out soon western nocKey Lieague, meei i^uu xiuuai;, am, Tjjg 1954 angling regulations wire-to-wire triumph in the $20, Oie league champion Denver In- Paul Waner, Heinie Manush ijoo^ets will be out soon Uie "^^""^"S Purse on Uie grass, vaders tonight in t h e regular and Luke Appling, all members . . ,' . . Double Stars was second and season finale between Uie clubs, of baseball's HaU of Fame, CaUforma Department of Fi^ NaUiIeen was Uiird. Broom U Defenseman Howie Young, have accepted invitations to at- and Game announced this paid $9.60 to win. who suffered an eye injury five tend a Hall of Fame dinner week, days ago, remained in Los An- here JIarch 25 following a The booklets are scheduled to geles, but was expected to be Grapefruit League game be- reach license agents through- ^our unusea inrmiure or ap- ready Wednesday night when tween the Kansas City AUilet- out Uie state during tiie week pliances will find a ready mar- the Blades host Vancouver. ""'^ Tyun'c rarHinaU nr \rar><h iR.7n tho Tivei uirf ici >t throueh Classified Ads. UUb UlC OMLC UUXUJg UJC T? C^Jk 1 f-*——— — lof March 16-20, Uie DFG said.iket Uirough Classified Ads. State and Utah for the third in NCAA first tion tonight Ahead of the two winners are The Kansas City semifmalist from the Far West will be de- It's a familiar foursome to- time here to advance to the second round. Two seasons ago it also was Oregon State over [ SeatUe while Utah State defeated Arzona State in first-round games. Oregon State, 25-3, is favored to hand its coach. Slats GiU, his 600th victory in 36 seasons as head man of the Beavers. If SeatUe wins Gill will be forced to setUe for 599 because he is stepping out as coach and taking over as athletic director [July 1. The Beavers already have beaten SeatUe twice this season —but they had to shoot 62 per cent from the field for a 6-pomt win in one game and erase a 16-pomt deficit to win the other by 4 points. The great Mel [Counts, a 7-footer, and sharpshooters Jimmy Jarvis and Frank Peters lead the Beavers. Jarvis has averaged better than 50 per cent from the field and most of his shots are from 20 fet out or better. Charlie Williams, a flashy guard, and big John Tresvant pace SeatUe—which has the dubious record of leading the nation in personal fouls wiUi a 25.7 per game average. SeatUe has a 20-5 mark. Arizona State, 16-10 overall, [tied New Mexico for the western Athletic Conference crown and won 10 of its last 11 games. Veteran Joe Caldwell is coach Ned Wulk's ace performer. Utah SUte, 20-6 on the year, is led by 6-6 forward Wayne Estes with a 28.7 scoring aver^age, and center Troy Collier iwho stands 6-9 and has 21.1 points per game. The high scoring Aggies have an 88.4 per game average. The Utah State-Arizona State game starts at 7:30 p.m. PST land the Oregon State-SeatUe clash is at 9:30 p.m. PST. A crowd of 10,000 is e.xpected. Santa Anita rings down curtain today ARCADIA (UPI)-Santa Anita brought down the curtain on its LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Sev- successful winter meeting to- eral SouUiem California ama- day wiUi Uie running of Uie teur sports organizaUons today 525,000 San Bernardino Handi- shared a total of $6,208 from Uie cap as the closingjlay's featoe proceeds of the 1964 Los Ange- " " ^ ' les Invitational Track meet Jockey Manuel Ycaza returns action today after having Greentree S t a b 1 e's Cyrano, 5 luviictuuiia. iiai;.w xuccu w^o broke two frack records at Receiving checks Monday at the meeting, headed a compact Uie SouUiem California Track ^^Id of six horses in Uie San Writers' meeting were Uie Am- Bernardino at 1 1-16 miles car- ateur Athletic Union (SouUiem ryif>S^ ^6 ^pounds.^ Pacific Association), the South- ^ em California Striders, L.A. •> = Track Club, Pasadena Athletic taken Monday off because of a Association, The SPAAU Worn- dislocated finger he suffered en's Track committee and Uie 'ast Friday. He won a division National AAU. ot the San Juan Capisfrano Saturday wiUi Cedar Key with the injured finger bandaged and numbed medically. He rides Cyrano in the feature race. Jockey Johnny Longden, the all - time ridmg champion, chalked up victory 5,798 Monday by booting Broom U to a TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap- SPRING HOPES ETERNAL ri£ pi3</any piace •Kheyaeed soe...but only if I have -to—- ha-t my iuck has a^o-b 'to improve.. like we u^ed. to... Ji we can gei help ia six. car seven spot^ ve have & chance.... Who couidn'-6 Win wi€ix whaet I'm payiag -these saysf... They look like ihs same okC hunch/ o£ bums -60 mef

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