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Thursday, Sept. 24, 1964 The Lincoln Star 2ff ! K d SVJBlfflff 4 - 6 AM E LEAD GRAB PLATOON SYSTEM INSTALLED HuskersTo Hit Gophers By HAL BROWN Star Sports Editor Teams Saturday sive platoon will know a little planned in Minneapolis Fri - about defense," Devaney ad - day and Saturday. v.u.i, hua .iMnni. ded. The Twin City chapter win ti'.jn..j... rne Dcrsonnei or me i w u nuiu uhhici ami uanvi parini for tw? platooAaU PWoons Is still undecided, De. 630 p. l Friday I, . the Nor in Saturday's clash with Min - vaney said Wednesday. "We mandy Village, George Ba i sun nave a lew oovs 10 muM man. caccuhvv wui'j ' "TV":1 - ". . a rWUinn nn and wp'11 he Hip Alumni Association, said sive and defensive platoons ready to name the two pla - Wednesday against the Gophers, coach il,u,BUflJ Bob Devaney said Wednes mm TICKET REQUESTS FLOOD IN Mailmen unload bags containing more than 63,000 re - quests for tickets to the World Series if it's played at Philadelphia at Connie Mack Stadium. Park Suoerintend - ent Andy Clarke, right, watches the work. Pioneers Mav Switch Setup Next Year HOLMES PATTERN EYED Golf By HAL BROWN Star Sports Editor Lincoln's Pioneers Golf Association, a group that has plugged all summer for changes in the Pioneers golf setup, were told Wednesday night that the system being Used at the new Holmes Park course might be adopted at Pioneers next year. "A definite decision will be made on this next August," Jim Ager, city parks superintendent, told the annual meeting of the Pioneers Golf Association. "The mavor (Dean Peter - Canadian Sets Pace At Seattle day. "We just decided that we would be more efficient if we started platooning," Devaney said in making the switch. "We were afraid other teams would be able to take advant age of us if we didn't go to the two platoons." While the Huskers will use both a defensive and offensive team, Devaney noted that the third and fourth units would be used both ways. He also pointed out that the Huskers would not use up time outs to eet a different platoon in, nor would they take a deliberate penalty to stop the clock. "We don't plan to do either of those things at present," sen) has told me that he didn't Devanev replied in answer want to make a switch until to a Question. "We may find he saw whether the system hater that we'll have to change worked at Holmes, Agei our thinking on that, but at continued. nrpsent we don t plan it. The association appeared "We'll have each platoon before the mayor and the nreoared a little so that if city council earlier this sum - the defensive platoon gets mer with grievances about caught in there, they will the condition and operation of have a few offensive plays the Pioneers layout. Most of they can run and our often - i I 1 . til. .I mese grievances, aiong wun a few others, were aired again Wednesday night as nearly 75 people attended the meeting. "If Holmes Park works out under the present system then a similar setup will be installed at Pioneers," Ager said. The change would take place Sept. 1, according to Ager. If the change in operation is first three days of a split made, money would be in - pronghorn season. Since 19do, Antelope Kill Success Ratio 85 Per Cent Antelope hunters posted an 83 success raio during the m G I 2s I An alumni brunch will be hnid At 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Alumni Plans Set the Normandy Village. a .iit urDont a antivttu. Those attending the brunch for Nebraska alums is may obtain bus transportation to and from tne tooiDau game. 65 Bands Named For NU Band Day Sixtv - five Nebraska high school bands will participate in the traditional Band Day program at the University of Nebraska Oct. 10, according to Prof. Donald Lentz, direc tor of University bands. The bands, composed of nearly 4.000 musicians ana twirlers, will parade through downtown Lincoln ana perform in the afternoon at half - time ceremonies of the Nebraska - South Carolina foot - ball game. Bands scheduled to partici - PIli?neftn. Bmnini. Butte. C.lro. C lumtMiB St. Bonaventur. '"v. '"j' Cr.i. CulhwUnp. Curt. David City. DcshWr. Uilipr. ivajar. ram Fullwlnn. Cfwv, Gibbon. M amnion. Harvard. Hatfinn St. ciha. Centw. Hrbron. Hldre. Humboldt. In - ton. Unttfn NarUM - arf. LicIii P i X. LitchfMrld. Loup City. Lyom, Nfbraaka City NVmn Grove. North Ben. North Platte. Omaha Central Omaha North. Omaha Smith. Onmond. Oxford. P'ld - . Pawnee City. Pierce. Plainview. PlatU - mouth. Pieanamon. naion. nm i Seward. StapJeton, Sterling, Tekamah. Itica. Valparaiso. Vediare. WakelseW. Wauneta. Viauaa. Wayne and Weepinf Water. Boulmetis Re - Elected New York Sam Boul - 1 . A J metis has been re - eieciea nresident of the Jockey's John Hankinson. senior Guild, it was announcea vvea - from Edina, Minn., will be nesday by the Board of Dircc - Baseball Standings American New York Baltimore .... f'hioaso rhlroit Lna Aiirle .. Cleveland , , , , Mlnnrnota .... Boston Washington Kansas City , Bednesday'l Reaulta New York 44. Cleveland 3 - 4, 14 fame 11 Inning Chic - agn t, Lou Anaelc t Minnesota 2, Kansas C ity 1 Detroit in, Baltimore 3 Washington I. Boston 0 Thursday's fiamra No lames acheUuled Won Last Prt. Behind !;l 59 .tit 2 m M .?4 4 on 4 .m 4 no 71 .52.1 i;v ?g 77 .S03 Wi 7fi 77 .407 17' i 7 77 .417 17ii R.'i ,M. 25 m 94 .14 5 97 .362 3 National Wm t ast Prt. Behind m 7 M 73 73 II 2 70 100 .saa .isn .5:i .817 .513 .431 ,437 .416 3'i 3 s 11 14' a 20 Philadelphia .... 90 Cinrinnati M St. Louis 04 San Francisco . . 95 Milwaukee 7S Pittsburgh 77 Los Angeles 75 Chicago , B9 Houston 64 New York . . 51 Wednesday's Results San Francisco 4, Houston 1 New York 2, St. I wis PHWOureh 7, Milwaukee 4 Cinrinnati ft. Philadelpftia 4 Chicago 8, I - cis Anerles Thursday's liamea St. Louis Gtbson Tft - Tl and Saderki n 10 at Pittsbuigh (Wood 0 - 0 and Friend 12181, 3, twi - mght Los Angeles Singer 00 or L. Miller 4 8 at Chicaan (Ellsworth J4 16 Milwaukee iBIasingame 6 - 5 at Philadelphia (Hunning lft - 5, night. Only games scheduled. LMIIIIIIIttllllllllllltmilMMllllllllllllflllllillimtlllU Pennant Races I At A Glance Br The Associated Presa NATIONAL LhAOtK Ta Won Lost Prt. Behind Play Philadelphia .. w ,mm a rintinnatl H M V 3 10 St. Ixmis IM 7 .5: $ 11 San Fran. ' M .&M ) 10 flames remaining! Philadelphia - ..t home 4: Milwaukee 4. Away 5; St. iswia 3. Cincinnati 2. Cincinnati At home 5; Pittsburgh 3. Philadelphia 2. Away S: New York 5. St. luis At home 6; Philadelphia 3. New ork 3. Away 5: Pittsburgh 5. San Francisco At home 6; Houston . Chicago 3. Away 4; Houston 2. Chicago 2. GOPHER QB Seattle W Lanky Al Bald !ng of Canada, playing the course as if he had designed it, toured Broadmoor's 6,328 yards in 64 Wednesday to take the opening round lead in the 72 - hole, $40,000 Greater Seattle Open Golf Tournament. Fifty - three golfers a third of the field were under par :70 on the course for which the competitive record Is 61. That was posted in 1937 by challenger Gary Diven of Seattle, who led the amateurs Wednesday with a 72. Five players were clustered In second" place, one stroke back of Balding. Seven were tied at 66. One stroke farther back were eight others, among them such prominent pros as Chi Chi Rodriguez, Dow Finsterwald and Mason Rudolph. Several entrants missed their starting times in t h e carlv morning and were disqualified, among them Char - lev Sifford. Johnny. Pott nearly joined them on the sidelines when he arrived to find his caddy waiting at the tee with his clubs and shoes. Pott put to gether nines of 31 - 34 to join in the second - place tie Also in the 65 - group were vouns Frank Wharton, Jack McGowan, Al Geiberger and New Zealander Bob Charles. Erratic off the tees and on the fairways, Charles used his deadlv putter to pull out thP fis. He had two birdie putts nf in fppf one 40 footer, and two just under 20. SEATTLE (AP - Scorea in tne first round of the $40,000 Greater Seattle Open jrolf tournament Al Balding ... tcrhack when Nebraska in - ed Eastern vice president ana vades Minneapolis for a na - Johnny Longden Western vice tionally - televised contest president. Both also were re - Saturday. I elected. Frosh Team Molds Former Prep Foes ... PAIR NOW MATES eluded in the budget to make when the first modern - day the Gophers starting quar - to". ViUiamBola improvements in the pro shop, 1 antelope season was held, to set up food service and to gunners have scored an av icnoe in the driving range at erage 82C& kill the Game Com Pioneers, Ager noted. mission reported. The operation at Holmes, Th largest number of anl - which would be adopted at m3L9 wa8 taken in the norht Pioneers, has pro John Young Sioux unit where jg4 hunters receiving JW per momn, nnt Hwn 258 nronchorns. plus revenue from golf shop Highcst Sh0oter success was saies, anving range aim ic - recorted in the newly opened sons. Out of this, he must rrwvnn unit with a 92rfc pay his clubhouse help. batting average; 150 riflemen Ager told the group that if killed 139 antciope. the new svstem is adopted, Braving rain and fog on Pioneers pro John Pe erson in d a i m permit would be given the option of holders took to the field in the taking the new setup or re - Panhanale to account for 880 signing his post. prairie ghosts in three days. Ager was quizzed at length 0ur hefd is in fine condi. about the proposed operating tion gaid M 0 stecnt Com. budget for Pioneers which has mfssloil director. "A signifi - Deeil SCI ai ZW.VW. une Ol Hie ,an( mhor nf huntPrc have " j"V:n - - iivm v iitiratPiB we issue t o r mil - 1 ooa - njn. fM, RSr Cnr ni w standing neaas. uuuiorine coming eai. Th SPPftnfi nart f the an - Most of the increase is ex - tpW hnnT tt.ni nnpn catnr. plained by a raise from $1.55 day September 26, in Rock to $1.81 per hour for aU city and Ch units and close employees working on an ceDtember 28. These units hourly wage and by the ad - pmhrapA milph nf tho canH dltlOnal COSt Of a fUU - tlme tTi11c anHhavanntWnh.intaH greenskeeper The previous before A total f m its budget included only pay for haye been issued fp this AMERICAN I.EAOl K " ' T Wo Last Prt. Behind Play New mn , m 5 .M2 lo Baltimore ( M M 4 Chiraan S) M .M 4 t tiamea remaining: New York At home 7: itrolt 4, Cleveland 3. Away 3: Hanhinaton 3. Baltimore At home S: washinaton 3. Detroit 2. Away 3: Cleveland 3. thicaso g at home 5: Ixts Angeles, Kansas City 4. Away 3; Kanaaa City 3. Redlegs Strike NL Pacers, 6 - 4 . . , CHIPS DOWN By t'nited Press International The New York Yankees took a big step toward the American League penmni Wednesday night when they downed the Cleveland Indians 4 - 3 in 11 innings and 6 - 4 in a doublchcadcr to run their winning streak to nine games. The twin victory boosted the Yankees four games ahead of the Baltimore Orioles, who dropped a 10 - 3 decision at Detroit in a day game. In winning twice, the Yankees also completed their season play in Cleveland by taking all nine games. Klston Howard's 11th inning homer won the first game, the blow coming off relief pitcher Luis Tiant. Tiant replaced Sam McDowell in the 10th after McDowell haa neia the Yankees to six hits and no earned runs in nine innings. Pete Mikkelsen was the winner in relief, pitching brilliantly after starter Al Downing had been driven out in the seventh. The Yankees scored three unearned runs in the first in ning of the opener when Max Alvis threw wild with t h e bases full permitting all three runners to score. In the second game, New York got to tribe starter Jack Kralick for single runs in the second and fourth, Cletc Boy - er driving in both with a sac rifice fly and a single. Kookie Don Loun, making his major league debut, pitched the Washington Senators to a 1 - 0 victory over the Boston Red Sox. l)un. a 23 - year - old southpaw, allowed only five hits and earned his first triumph as the Senators scored the game's only run in the second inning on singles by Chuck Hinton and Joe Cunningham and a double play. Dick Radatz, finishing for loser Pete Chartosi. Cincinnati Authorized To Print Series Ducats Cincinnati Lf The Cincinnati Reds said Wednseday they have been authorized by baseball Commissioner Ford Frick to print World Series tickets. The Reds were in second place and AM games berhind National League leading Philadelphia before Wednesday night's game. choice in the third and a sac rifice fly in the fourth. Rookie southpaw Johnny Sealc won his first major league game for the Tigers against Baltimore, The Orioles jumped on Detroit starter Phil Regan for two runs in the first inning before a batter was retired, but Detroit bounced back and evened the count in the last of the first against Steve Barber. Vada Pin so n pounded a pair of homers to bat in four runs Wednesday night and the Cincinnati Reds made it a sweep with a 6 - 4 victory over the faltering Philadelphia Phillies to hack the Phils' National League lead to 3 games. Pinson slammed his 22nd of the season off starter and loser Dennis Bennett In the sixth to break a 1 - 1 tic and then snapped a 3 - 3 tie in the seventh m ith his 23rd off reliever Kd Roebuck with ninth - batter Marty Keough and Pete Rose on base to win the game. The victory went to 20 - year - old Bill McCool, making his second start of the season. He went six innings for his sixth decision. Willie Stargell's three - run homer was the big blow of a six run second - inning rally set a maior league mark of that carried the Pittsburgh 75 pitching appearances in a Pirates to a 7 - 4 win over the season. Milwaukee Braves. Dave Boswell. a 19 - year - old Juan Mariehal became the rookie righthander, gave up N.Ls second 20 - game winner five hits In eight innings as Uf the season when he pitcnea the Minnesota Twins nipped the Kansas City Athletics 2 - 1. Jim Perrv. Billy Pleis and Jim Grant each got one out in the ninth to preserve Bos - well's first major league victory. John Wyatt of Kansas City tied Radatz new record when he also made his 75th pitching appearance. The Twins got their two runs off Lew Krausse on a fielder's a five - hitter to give the San Francisco Giants a 4 - 1 victory over the Houston Colts. Second - inning triples by Harvey Kuenn and Matty Aloti and a double by Alou in the eighth were the big blows of the Giant attack. The New York Mcts shaded ex - teammate Rogert Craig in beating the St. Lous Cardinals, 2 - 1 in an afternoon game. JS WiJSi0 three - day shoot. Frank Wharton Johnny Pott Jack McGowan Al Geiberger . Boh Charles Faul Bomieson ... Butch Baird .. . Howie Johnson ... Cone Littler . . Rox Baxter Jr. ... Dudley Wysong . Bob Shave . . .. Bob Bruno . , Jerry Steelsmith . Fred Marti Chi Chi Rodriguos Dow Finsterwald Mason Rudolph ., Bob Batdortt . Jim Peterson , Ron MacLeod Ken Still . . Jacky Cupit ... Jim Ferree . Duff Lawrence Willie Scholl . Ray Bolts .. Bill Casper . . Bobby Nichols Joel Spinola Dick Bury . Lionel Hcbert Tommy Aaron Pete Brown . . Bob Harrison Dick Sikes Gardner Dicksinson ft t 4 t t . if t ft ft ,.' ...30 - 34 - 64 ,. .30 - 3.V - 65 ... 31 - 34 .. .32 - 33 1 5 . . .T2 - :W 65 ....31 - 3465 , . 34 - .' ....31 - 35 - 66 ,, .32 - ?4 - 66 .... 31 - 35 - 66 ., .30 - 3666 , ..34 - 32 - 06 . ..34 - 3367 . .32 15 - 67 .. .; - a3 t7 . . . 3 - 4 - 1 67 32 - 3567 32 - 36 - - 67 34 - 31 67 32 - 3567 I ?C fill supposed to be Holmes Park. Although $47,000 was budg - eted for salaries a year ago, only slightly more than $39, - 000 was spent and Ager noted it was hoped that the entire $51,000 would not be spent in the coming year. The board, which has no official power, also passed a resolution unanimously that they recommend to the citv council that a seven - day membership be retained at Pio neers and that in aaauion, a similar membership be set up at Holmes, plus a dual mem - bership for use at either course. Two players who competed against each other in the Pennsylvania - Texas A 1 1 - Star game the past summer are among the 57 freshman foot ball candidates working with Nebraska freshman coach - Tex., and fullback Ben Gregory, a 6 - 0, 190 - pounder from Uniontown, Pa., were on opposite sides of the line when the all - stars from their two states met last summer. Gregory returned a punt 65 yards that gave his Pen - nsylvania team a one - touch - M frosh Roster ENDS Dave Workman Don Delaney . . Ivan Zimmer . Dennis Richnaisky Tom Rudeno . . . . Bo White HI. t'2" .61" i'3" Wt. High ftrhool 170 Maxwell 205 .....Iowa City. Iowa 190 Hammond, Indian 185 Clairton, Pennsylvania 210 ....Cleveland. Ohio Bob Taucher Dave Scorziell . . Tom Robbins Leonard Canarsky Al Mackevicius . Ed Hansen ....... Jim McCord ...... John Burns ...... Dan Walls ' Hugh Rhea Bill Schinde! .61' America's Cup Golf Matches Set, Aug. 6 - 7 Kpw York i3 The Ameri ca's. Golf Cup competition will j be staged next year at Win - mjst - 68 n nee. tanaaa, auk. o - , u '212!" to tt c a nif Association an - ftSd! 1 nounced Wednesday. ss - sj - M Mpn's amateur teams from "1538; Canada, Mexico and the Unit - '..:",.;:"..: - ..::S".36S ed States compete i or me trophy. The cup competition will be held on the St. Charles course. The United States won the ?sS!last America's Cup event m Dave Templin Dennis Hembd Barry Alvarez Steve Zemko . , Tom Kretz . . . Mike Pryor . . . Dick Ambroslno John Elifson Joe Kosiak . . , Rex Utsler . . . Wayne Ma.vlen John Banich . Ken Kusserow Mike Barry Berdell Dybdahl Bill Startzer .. Brad Eklund .. Jerry Patton . . Charles Winter George Buckler Dennis Kazmarek TACKLES V 6V , 6' .6V 63" 6'2" .V ,6 V , ST' 200 i 278 200 210 225 215 230 210 216 235 230 300 GUARDS 6V . 6 , ' 5'U" . 6" . 6 . 6" .6'2" , fi3" ,.6V .6' .6 200 175 215 200 ?07 200 205 215 205 205 225 200 CENTERS 6V 215 6 V 220 .6 195 FULLBACKS Omaha ,. Cleveland, Ohio Boys Town Oakland Creighton Prep Creighton Prep Fairbury " .. St. Louis, Missouri Deaver Falls, Pennsylvania . Aurora, Illinois Gainesville, Florida .....Toledo, Ohio Lincoln . . . . . ...... ..... . Columbus . Burgettstown. Pennsylvania .... Charlerod, Pennsylvania .. Columbus Creighton Prep Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Chicago. Illinois .......... . Winterset, low ......... Bay City, Michigan Detroit, Michigan St. Cloud. Minnesota Chicago, Illinois Welltleet ,6 V .6 6 V ,6 V 6' 6'4" 105 212 212 210 195 225 Scottsbluff . Dallas, Texas , , Saginaw, Michigan ....... Joliet, Illinois Boys Town ..Bay City. Michigan QUARTERBACKS :. ft' : t : " ..'313569 33 - 3669 35 - 3469 34 35 69 tii rsn cn : i .iW'Jf T)"7 .36 - 33 69 .32 - 3769 . . ... Phil RodKers Jerry Edwards ... ..W - 34 69; 10R t rw MflineS I0W3 Sam Catmichael ... . 33 - 3b 69 I lfloo at UCS iuuiuea, r.n Mitrhell tf.7 M ai mw Nick Locke Don Cherry D'.ck Howell Stewart Da vies Harry Umbinetti Labron Harris . Bob Duden , George Bayer .. Dous Sanders . . ... . . , , , . . .... ... , ... ... 32 37 69 31 - 3it ha 35 - 34 69 34 - 3569 32 - 3769 36 3369 33 - 3669 '38 Derby Winner Dies Kansas Citv ( - Herbert M Woolf, whose Lawrin won the 1938 Kentucky D e r D y, aieu He was 83. Miles Klmmel 6V Albert Fierro 6'3" Dennis Morrison .....6V Ernie Sigler 6 Bert Fortuna ,...6V Tom Brinkworth 6' Bill Nettelmann 6' HALFBACKS 205 Sioux City, Iowa 200 Big Springs. Texas 185 Omaha 185 Dallas, Texas 180 ......Grand Rapids, Michigan ISO Buftalo, New York 167 Plattsmouth Byron McCane 6 Marvin Mueller 6V Al Kuehl V Bennett Gregory 6' Rich Haasch ., 6' John Struble 5'10" Mark Clutter 6 2" Joe Fltzpatrick 6 Paul Critchlow 5'9" Jim Hawkins 5V Bob Wise 5'10" Dal Larking 4' 195 ....Boys Town 180 , Columbus 210 Wausau. Wisconsin l! Uniontown, Pennsylvania 180 ..... Wawatosa, Wisconsin 185 Bellevue 190 Fremont 182 , Miami, Florida 194 Omaha 170 Jefferson City. Missouri 190 Washington, Pennsylvania Ui ...Westers down victory over Fierro s Texans. Now they are teammates and both were running in the same backfield during Wednesday's workout. The NU freshman roster includes four Sunday Journal and Star All - Staters and one off the Sundav Journal and Star All - Class B team. Tackles Tom Robbins of Boys Town and Al Mackevicius of Creighton Prep and halfbacks Byron McCane of Boys Town and Marvin Muel ler of Columbus are the All - Staters on the frosh roster. The Class B choice is Tom Kretz. a 207 - pound guard from Columbus. Biggest Husker freshman is Dave Scorziell, a 6 - 1, 300 pounder from Toledo, Ohio, j Scorziell is pushed in the size department by 6 - 5, 278 - pound Bob Taucher from Cleveland. Both are tackles. Devine Shifts Mizzou Lineup Columbia (rP) A couple of lineup shifts whigh coach Dan Devine made in his Missouri football squad proved to be of short duration. Steve Jansen, promoted to first unit at center, has gone to the sidelines with a sprained knee and Joe Buerk - le has moved back into his old spot. Jansen's availability for the Utah game here Saturday is doubtful. Sophomore Charlie Brown had a one - day fling at offen sive left halfback, then went back to right half when it become apparent that Earl Denny, another sophomore, won't be fully recuperated from a knee injury suffered in California. Johnny Roland, who had been slated for de fensive duty at left half, will play both ways at that posi tion. Four Teams Climb To LCC Golf Semifinals ! Four teams will meet in the semifinals of the Lincoln Coun try Club Two - Man Team Tour nament. The teams: Dale Ganz - Pete Jenkins; Bill Harder - 4 labor icj Bob ul - Ie4 sUckv BEATING THE BALL . . . Baltimore outfielder Sam Bowens (16) steals second base as Dick McAuliffe awaits the peg. ittiiiiiiittiitirfiifistiiiiiiiiiiifiif itistiitiiititiiitiitiiiittiiifiif ivtiitiiiitiiisittiiiitittiiitiiif iiitifssiitiittntttiif Atokad Racing First rare, purse 6800, claiming, 3 and p, six furlongs, Posey's Gal Kindeau Four C's Nosey Tiger Doll Pan 117 To'g Honey 112 120 Rlen Beau 120 117 Sondean 120 120 Navy Grey 112 120 Sun Strome 120 Also Belle Martin 117, Mister Hoi ley 120, Paddy Rose 120. Big Dream u. Second race, purse S800, claiming S and up, six furlongs. Kv Fly Blue Courser Dundy County Play Linda Little Phil 120 Handy C 120 117 Tiny Wagon 120 120 Bossy June 117 117 Miss Devil 112 120 Seven Devils J 12 Sassy Suzte Scots Phil Mis Risque Barkers lip Hose Hug 115 Picco 118 Blue Yield 118 Muttnik 116 Oscars Dream 113 John Wendte Also Benson Road 120. Golden 'lorcn 117, Glory Pass 120, No Far Go 171. Third race, nurse 8800. maiden 2 - year - olds, five and one half furlongs. Nebraska bred. Harbour Doll llSJing 118 Nahr Venture 118 Royal Jerry 118 Honest Hub 118 Nahrs Whirl 110 Bonus Bill 118 Tipper In 118 Also Flashy Bill 118. Rusty River 118. Fourth race, purse 1800, claiming I and up, six furlongs. Thumb Nail 120 Menus Queen 112 Warbrook 120 Beau Bee 117 Devers Image 117 Campus Moon 120 Phklio A R 120 Gala Prince 120 Also Imastar 117, Last Royal Rex) 120, Tac Bull 120, Jeklyn 117. Fifth rare, purse 8800, three - year - old, six furlongs. claiming Also hie Dick 118. Kings 119, Little Coftee 114. Seventh race, purse 81,000, three and up, Six furlongs. Myrtle Red 115 Yor Beam Waxon Uucen 113 Dr. Mike Little Tea 119 Genes Brother Princess Kats 111 B'sham Miss Joe Burrell 114 Royal Lynn 118 116 115 118 118 Pleasure claiming 113 119 115 106 121 Eifbth rare, parse $1,500, allowances three and up, five and one - half furlongs. Blue Noise 114 Conga Ruler 120 Cralty Chick 111 Phildella 118 Ogmatarq 111 Little Amy 111 Up and Up 115 Blue Impala 113 Also Mi.sspoken 106, Nebraska Blaze 115. Poetic 116, Leadstealer 114. Ninth race, purse 1900, claiming three and up, one mile and 70 yards. Gordons Pride 113 Samoa Boy 113 Potterton 115 Myth Lea 114 Fire Dance 113 Gay Head 115 Prince Ad'iral 113 Boot Print 118 Mr. Noctin 113 Second Strip 118 Also Perfect Picture 113, Ariel Bob 113. Pioneer Pilot 115. Vacuum Packed 108. sr.. - faiwmM ft SEPT. - 24 Dawn Fraser Engaged To Bookmaker Wade Brisbane. Australia W) 1 fltJiYr!f ciuimmoi 1 a r n R Rlen llsPre O t)uni 1118 "V "r'lv - Phils Stevie 121 Master Wheel 116 i F T a S e T left for Tokyo Ansei in rtre lis Konme sn ii.i Watch Me Wag 111 Flag Buster 116 Rocky Gay 113 Also Better Heart 114, McGonigle 116. Honest Gal 115, Big Reds Kin 116. Sixth rare, purse t!HH, claiming tare ut y i Wednesday night with the Australian team ana confirmed she is engaged to Gary Wade, a bookmaker. TH OCT. 24 8 RACES DAILY 9 RACES SAT. SMmk.. Sqwf - J? ATOKAD RACES FIRST POST 1:30 P.M. RACING EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY Ouuie Goody I t t

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