The Lexington Herald from Lexington, Kentucky on March 24, 1963 · 20
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Lexington Herald from Lexington, Kentucky · 20

Publication:
Location:
Lexington, Kentucky
Issue Date:
Sunday, March 24, 1963
Page:
20
Start Free Trial
Cancel

20 Sunday Herald-Leader March 24 1963 ON THE LANES With SALLY DUNLAP PIN TALK Important Notice — There will be an Executive Board meeting of the Lexington Women’s Bowling Association March 31 2 p m at Southland Lanes okhichjchK!hchokc-ohcki The annual banquet of the LWBA will be in the Ballroom of Women S Honor Roll the Phoenix 'Hotel 6:30 pm fol- ' Dorothy Jacobs 583 Gena Morton 526 lowed by a business meeting and jennit Murphy 58i Ann Tracy 525 election of officers Tickets for i Dorothy Allen 576 Marie Yonts 524 the banquet mav be purchased p Hegnauer 571 Dorothy vance 523 : Til D vinnio Tnn Dorothy Bishop 570 Wanda West 522 from Billie Bradley t lrgie Eng- Mary Coffey 554 vera wanner 520 land or Alta Wells Reservations jean Marks 553 Betty Page 520 may be made through Virginia Eva Blanton 551 R Richardson Van Horn telephone number M tn‘kne 277-3756 or Virgie England 277-2343 The time has come for you to be considering a bowler whom you think worthy of the Flossie Applegate Butts Award This award is an annual one given as an honor award and one must bear in mind that it is not given for popularity so keep this in mind and write a letter to your city secretary Virginia Van Horn and give a name to be considered Put forth in this letter your reasons for recommending the person Midge Morris is back again bowling with the Thursday Jewels at Southland Dorothy Leathers and Betty Brandenberg missed their triplicate score patches bv 2 pins and Margaret Crowell by 3 Dot Jacobs heads our Honor Roll with a neat 585 and Jennie Murphy follows closely 1 pin behind with her 584 Edith Greer Blue Monday Southland teammate of mine long ago rolled a nice "all spare” game of 182 Lowenthal’s Minks of Wednesday Morning Blue Grass turned in a team series of 2950 and our City Champions IBEW Local 183 and a single game of 1047 Some “no misses” rolled were: Jean Marks Ladies Monday Night Wildcat 223 Dorothy Allen Lexington Country Club Eastland 209 Harriet King Lexington Country Club 203 Callie Purkins Strikers Wildcat 197 Vera Wartner Southern Rebels WE DON'T PROMISE Sub -Far Golf But we will convert your regular ttreet thoes into COMFORTABLE GOLF SHOES For Only $695 10 discount if brought in before April 10th 3 NEW WAY REPAIR LOCATIONS to SERVE YOU 122 N Mill Street 353 Southland Drive Eastland Shopping Center NEW WAY SHOE SHOPS Southland 194 Elsie Griffith Thursday Jewels Southland 194: Carolyn Mastin Southern Gals Southland 192 Norma Hands Greenhorns Southland 189: P Elam Tuesday Mixed Couples Eastland 188 and Nickie Knock Ladies Monday Night 181 Barbara Logston has found it necessary to resign from the Star-lighters at Congress and Veanne Lyster from the Thursday Jewels Southland Split conversions: Norman Jones Dorothy Michaels anl Jane Carroll 3-7-10 Jo Cou-nides and Virginia Cavanaugh 6-7-10 Mary M Reynolds 4-10: Kathy Jackson 5-10 Julia Eyl 7-4-6 Vivian Taylor and Helen Rompf 5-8-10 and Mary Halfhill 4-7-10 WELCOME MAT is out at Congress for: Joyce Ann Eades At Eastland for: Mary Easen and at Southland for: Faye Lutz Dot-tie Harsteen and Carolyn Foley 200 CLUB— Dorothy Allen Lexington Country Club Eastland joins with 209"Wanda West Star-lighters Congress 206 and June England Winchester Monday Spin-A-Pin 202 AT EASTLAND Classic Mixed— Nationwide Insurance leads 51 Vi-29 Vj Top 3 — J Murphy 584 Single — Blanton 222 Team 3 — Cottrell's Bakery 2496 Single — Wiedemann Beer 922 Average — Pat Hegnauer 176 Noontimers— Garrison Realtors lead Top 3 — Baker 455 Single — Sexton 169 Team 3 — City Radio and T V 2708 Single — Eastland Laundromat 925 Average — Mildred Collins 163 Tuesday Mixed Couples— Four Rebels lead 44-31 Top 3 — Necterlo 483 Single — Elam 188 Team 3 — Outlaws 2462 Average — Effle Tudor 147 Ole Lampliters— Lazy Ladies lead by Vh games Top 3 and single — Brinegar 481 and 176 Team 3 and single — Alley Cats 2311 and 810 Average — Rose Lemons and Connie Bender 141 Pinspotters— Duff's Ashland Oil keep first Top 3 — Dennis 474 Single — Litton 182 Team 3 and single — Weber-Lancaster Texaco Service 2286 and 788 Average — Jo Mastin 156 Lucky Beginners— Team No 7 leads Top 3 and single — L Adams 479 and 187 Team 3 and single — Hopefuls 1-707 and 601 Average — Louise Adams 151 Avon— Five Jets remain on top Top 3 — Carroll 482 Single r Hornback 194 Team 3 — Five Jets 2869 Single — Pin Pals 1011 Average — Nancy Sutton 155 Early Birds— Three Stooges stay first Top 3 and single — H Reed 421 and 178 Team 3 — Three Musketeers 1-720 Average — Launa Caudill 126 Tots and Teens— 4 W's maintain lead 531 j-24’2 Top 3 and single — Eades 517 and 189 Team 3 — Hi Los 2333 Single — Flying Pins 801 Average — Gladys Eades 168 AT EASTLAND Suburbanite— Wiedemann's Beer keeps top spot Top 3 and single — Coffey 554 and 197 Team 3 and single — IBEW Local 183 2853 and 1047 Average — Shiyron Watts 160 Lexington Country Club— Lame Ducks Dizzy Dean Advises Restraint As Medwick Covets 'Hall' Berth CHURCH TOURNEY WINNERS — Shown hero Is the Epworth Methodist basketball team which won the County Senior Church League tournament Kneeling (left to right) are Jimmy Sullivan and Eddie Sergent Second row: Junior Renick Ronnie Porter Ken Dougherty Larry Craven Back row: Lester Elam Carl Ginter Wayne Craven Chuck Palmer and Coach Harold Allen Team members absent when picture was take n were Russ Pattie and Phillip Patton and Odd Balls tie for first Top 3 and single — D Allen 576 and 209 Team 3 — Lame Ducks 2892 Single — Water Logs 1034 Average — Helen Batchelar and Harriet King 140 Night Owls— Rental Uniform Service keeps lead 68-36 Top 3 and single — j D Shannon 544 and 199 Team 3 — Schlitz 2777 Single — Walt's Standard Service 967 Average — Reginia Bal-liner and Dee Shannon 151 Spring Valley Country Club— Hill Brothers Shell Service remain first Top 3 and single — G Morton 526 and 208 Team 3 and single — Jack Fife in-1 surance 2343 798 Average — Gene j Morton 148 Lexington Lamp Plant— Worry Warts' stay on top Top 3 cB&tcQ’tass SADDLE By J H RANSOM Pete and Lou Teater have over 100 head of fine horses at the Lamb 463 sin-Tates Creek farm of their dad Earl Teater which they manage 2335 Average - jare famine rv These boys have developed into great horsemen and are operating Cinderella— i rving Air chute leads j over 500 acres of land belonging to Earl Sr Included in the 500 acres is a 300 acre farm near Harrodsburg on which they have 19 broodmares 10 yearlings and six colts all Standardbreds At th Tates Creek Pike farm they have some of the greatest broodmares of the Top 3 and single — R Richardson 518 and 186 Team 3 — Mills Barber Shop 2777 Single — I G A 994 Average — Helen Gilkerson 146 Penny Pinchers— Lucky Four leads Top 3 — Meatyard 462 Single — Halfhill 180 Top 3 — Four Coins 2252 Single — Lucky Four 799 Average — Louise Adams 147 Wednesday1 Morning -plucky Sport- saddlf dreed including the World’s ing Goods leads 52-29 Top 3 - stoeck- grand champion five-gaited mare inger 548 Single — Yonts 212 Team 3 and single — Lowenthal's Minks 2-950 and 1032 Average — Floy Braddy and Marguerite Dinsmore 150 Irving Air Chute— High Flyers still lead Top 3 — B Eades 438 Single — Walters 179 Team 3 — High Flyers 2163 Single — Pilots 1474 Average — B Eades 144 AT CONGRESS Starlighters — Parkette No 1 leads 46-20 Top 3 — N Ritchie 536 Single — West 206 Team 3 and single — Blue Grass Memorial Gardens 2345 and 822 Average — Geneva Frederich 166 Newcomers— Congress Lanes remain first 41V2-30V2 Top 3 — A Wells 511 Single — Walden 197 Top 3 — Sterling Beer 2889 Single — Congress Lanes 1005 Average — Frankie Brumfield 164 AT 'WILDCAT Lady Carrigan with her filly by the world’s grand champion five-gaited stallion Wing Commander This black filly is a real curiosity with a limber reckless trot that is seldom seen in one so young They also have Belle of the Dell owned by Dodge Stable that is in foal to Wing She was the world’s grand champion walk-troi last year and it was probably the first time a mare in foal won the three-gaited stake at the Kentucky State Fair Pete and Lou are w'onderfui caretakers and take their jobs Strikers— Brenf Seed Company stays in lead 46-14 Top 3 and single - seriously as is no more than right Womack 507 and 174 Team 3 — Breni because among the saddlebred Seed Company 2274 Single — Dixie j matrons they keep they have Cream Donuts 777 Average — Jean Belcher i5s what are probably the greatest Ladies Monday Night— sterling Beer mares in the nation today These keeps first 46-17 Team 3 — Becker Laundry 2929 Single — Jordan Florist 1029 Average — Pat Hegnauer 176 AT SPIN-A-PIN Winchester Monday— Team IV leads Top 3 — Tracy 525 Single — England 202 Team 3 — No VI 2398 Single -Team VII 858 Average — Thelma Fox 152 AT SOUTHLAND First Security Couples- Sharps and Flats lead Top 3 and single — Shirley Johnson 139 and 79' Avera9e — shirley j save as a future herd sire Belle Queen Pin-H and h Blacktop remain of Boyle was a champion harness on top Top 3 — Page 520 single — i mare in her show' days and she is HaBlacMopTe2Toi3andd &"?" AvIraV-' abo‘lt20 Vears °'d "OW but in high Lois Gridiey 154 j condition and from all mdica- Batl and Chain— Kentucky Die Casting J tions the Colt will really be some- mares belong to Dodge and are in perfect condition The first is Belle of Boyle by Kalarama Rex and is out of Jenny Bell by American Born She has for her second dam Society Bell by Montgomery Chief and she is in foal to Wing Commander The whole Teater clan is hoping for a stud colt to leads Top 3 and single — Foster 527 and 214 Average — Ernestine Bushell 146 Southern Rebels— Breeden's Service keeps lead Top 3 — Harvener 542 Single — Wartner 194 Team 3 and single — Cape Codder 2902 and 1010 Average — Vera Wartner 169 Birdland— Cardinals lead Top 3 and single — Dtlgard 448 and 196 Team series — Sparrows 1674 Average — Jo Ann Dilgard 133 Greenhorns— Violets lead Top 3 — Dotty Mildes 473 Single — Lands and - Morrow 189 Team 3 and single - j ter by Shooting High by Prince violets 2272 and 817 Average —Roe and out of Model’s Sister by American Born is another of these treat broodmares that is producing high class stock These mares are all in foal now and their V Try bur personalized Sanitone SHIRT LAUNDRY SERVICE Shirts starched to order — none light medium or heavy condition is ample proof of the ability of the Teater boys as horsemen of the highest caliber Dodge Stable will have a great string of horses to show this season and they will be headed by a newcomer a five-year-old mare i for the over 152 divisions to take the place of Belle of the Dell She is a beautiful mare with extravagant all-around action is ve-v fine and sharD-enred She is by Minor repairs made buttons replaced Phone 255-6490 LEXINGTON Melba Weaver 145 Southern Gals— Jacobs Chevrolet holds to first Top 3 — Deaton 490 C Mastin 192 Team 3 and single — Jacobs Chevrolet 2825 and 988 Average — Tommie Deaton 143 Thursday Jewels— Jack and Jill remain on top Top 3 and single — E Griffith and C Mastin 438 Single — Griffith 194 Average — Elsie Griffith 153 Tuesday Trotters— Groaners remain In lead Top 3 — Bliedenthal 468 Single — Bliedenthal 197 Top 3 — and single — Bliedenthal 468 and 197 Team single — Jets 781 Series — Ringers 2210 Average — Foster and Perkins 142 Southernettes Falls City Mid State leads Top 3 and single - E Murphy 510 and 174 Team 3 and single — Monday Foursome 2343 and 795 Roll-A-Ways— James C New Contractor leads 56 28 Top 3 — D Weber 468 Single — R Dunn 179 Average — L Prather and V Grant 150 Ten Pinners -K and S Liquor leads Top 3 — Eades 512 Single — Wolby 187 Team 3 — S and S Liquor 2726 Southern Girl Beauty Shop has high game of 960 Single — Eades 512 Single — Wolby 187 C AND H— Kay Surgical leads Top 3 — Reeno and Morris 452 each Team 3 and single — Grogan's No 1 2834 and 957 Average — Hazel Meadors 14? Monday Morning— Miller's Grocery leads 49’ j-25’ j Tod 3 and single — Graham 540 and 213 Single — Nand-belle Graham 540 and 213 Team 3 — Marketers 2823 Single — Millers 982 Average — Nancibeile Graham 159 Lamdowne Robinettes still leads 49 32 Top 3 — Bramlett 478 Single — Lynch 181 Team 3 — Bellefonte Four 2279 Single — Sherwood Foresters 784 Average — Margaret Beyrot 146 Tates Creek Country Club-Jack Spots remain on top 70 30 Top 3 and single — A Moskowltz 512 and 15 Vj Top 3 — Jack Pots 2293 Single — Blowenthalls Single — B Bell end Chain Andale leads Top 3 Monthle Monfhle K 500 and 188 Zan-dale Gifts lead Top 3 and single — Month if 500 and 188 Blue Monday Southland Unit Katey Mitchell lead 495 Single — K Mitchell 495 and 192 Average - Pauline 1 ills Second dam tllC Old Walk-trot Huffman 160 Monday Mourners Lavas Restaurant leads 29-29 Team ) — Lavas' ‘Restaurant Top 3 — H Garrard 490 Single Yellowstone 2340 end 112 Average Doll- harness in the two-year-old futurities The older show horses that will be campaigning for Dodge are just being reshod now and will start training next week With the high quality of the replacements and the proven greatness of seasoned horses Dodge is going to have one of the strongest and most talented strings of horses that they have had in a long time and from all indications it is going to be another banner year for them Race Results (Continued From Page 15) Aeropolis Kitch's Joy Leluck Predetermined Troa also ran 9—52200 elm 4 up 1 m & 70 yds: Phoenix Time (Griffith) 440 320 240 1 Jayay (Winant) 440 320 2 Leslie Girl (Nono) 260 3 Time 1:44 2-5 Round Circle Struggling On Later Baby Lt Blake Vinetu 2nd Warm Up also ran BOWIE 1—53000 dm 4 up 7 f: Lieut Hannigan (Regalbuto) 1240 760 480 1 Rhythmic Law (Corle) 1060 720 2 dqWare (Ferraro) 780 3 Time 1:25 2-5 Greek Reward Melam-med Bolder Streak Riversun Light Dinner Nooress Roman Don Obviously Fritz's Maid also ran dq — Disqualified from 2nd to 3rd 2—53000 elm 4 up 7 I: Atomic Jet (Culmone) 660 440 300 1 Heavenly Beauty (Regalbuto) 860 480 2 Chyme (Gonzalez) 300 3 Time 1:26 1-5 Flaming Era Elixir 3rd Instrumental Jaeger Inablaze Sugar Ann and Cremona 2nd also ran Daily Double (10-9) Paid 57380 3—54000 elm 4 up 7 f: Will of Allah (Laltarulo) 660 400 280 1 Lilypond (Grimm) 580 400 2 Jacodare (Shuk) 600 3 Time 1:25 2-5 Tip Sheet Jersey Blend Acrosette Genian Hot Cross Bunny Like Mighty Soft Glance Gaze Sgt Hedrick also ran 4—53300 elm 4 up 1 1-16 m: All Four (McKee) 3980 1960 1100 1 China Quest (Grimm) 820 540 2 Fair Eclipse (Russo) 1460 3 Time 1:48 Conveyor Chuck's Glider Chilly Pende Lone Peak Melody Hill Royal Guide Polyhedron also ran 5—54000 elm 4 up 7 f: Lord Pips (Baird) 1180 600 460 1 Iron Band (Regalbuto) 500 360 2 St Sebaldus (Grandinetti) 500 3 Time 1:25 1-5 Pasparlout Desert Goddess Snow Flyer Miss Greece Dal-sax Trench Kitty Beale Jason's Star also ran 6 — 55000 aflw 3-y-o 6 f : Cyclops (Hinolosa) 640 460 300 1 Farewell Blues (Lee) 1140 700 2 Aesop's Able (Spinale) 340 3 Time 1:12 3-5 Mr Tumblin Best Tour Double Double Hidden Hope Dr Mejfo Solar Tan Attribute also ran 7—57500 allw 4 up 6 f: For the Road (Chambers) 540 300 240 1 Tollway (Valenzuela) 340 260 2 aCarolina Joy (Grimm) 280 3 Time 1:10 3-5 Moon Shot aMr Thor First Check Vanessa's Boy Ray Tom-roy also ran 8— 5100000-added "The John B Camp- bell Hdco" Stakes 3 up I 1-16 m: Sun Beaus Glory ana out of a Kelso (Valenzuela) 360 280 220 1 By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer MESA Ariz March 23 lit — The years have neither changed nor mellowed two of baseball’s : most colorful characters Joe Medwick (The Fiery One) and1 ! Dizzy Dean (The Loquacious ! One) 1 As members of the famous Gas- house Gang of the St Louis Cardi-j nals in the 1930’s they were constantly battling each other rarely seeing eye to eye on anything Today some 20 years later they still sit on the opposite sides of the fence Outspoken as usual Medwick proclaims he belongs in the Hall of Fame A great hitter in his day Jersey Joe who had a 14-year career batting average of 324 feels he is being bypassed in favor of less qualified candidates Dean a teammate of Medwick’s for six years and a member of the Hall of Fame for 10 naturally disagrees with Medwick “I don’t think Medwick or anybody else should campaign for membership in the Hall of Fame” Dean said today “That’s up to the Hall of Fame Committee “I don’t know what he’s kicking about I think there are others just as deserving maybe more so and I don’t hear them complaining I think he’d be better off if he kept his mouth shut “Sure he was a great ball player but he was always sarcastic He had a bad disposition All he ever thought about was to get his base hits If he got them everything was all right if he didn’t he pouted “Instead of being bitter he should be grateful to baseball If anyone has a reason to be bitter it’s me But I never griped I’m grateful to baseball If it weren’t for baseball I might still be picking cotton in Arkansas” Dean was injured while pitching in all All-Star game in 1937 and then threw his arm out trying to come back too soon He was forced to quit at a time which normally would have been the peak of his career “I don’t know how many more games I would have won and how much more money I would have made” Dizzy said “but it would have been a lot of both” No one will ever have to hold a benefit for 01’ Diz At the end of his playing days in 1941 he turned to broadcasting and has been in the high earning bracket ever since He is currently picking up $100000 a year broadcasting the game of the week “I’m just a poor little old country boy tryin’ to earn a living” he drawled Dizzy is neither poor old nor little At 53 he is running to fat He claims to weigh 245 but h looks and probably is 40 pounds heavier He gives all the appearances of a rich Arizona land-owner which he is Hn savs he is still not above to working in the cotton gins He doesn’t have to— lie owns a number of them In his day Dean was the greatest right-handed pitcher in baseball The last major leaguer to win 30 games in one season he averaged better than 25 victories over a four-year span with the Cardinals just prior to the unfortunate injury In this age of fantastic bonus navments to untested youngsters it seemed anprooriate to ask Dean what Iw thought he could command if he were a rookie pitcher today “It would be boasting for me to say” he said “But I’d get a few I was real fortunate in that I could throw hard I was loose I was built for a real pitcher I was a natural-born ball player I knew what to do when I got hold of a ball You could say I had instinct “Players today are different from players in my time We didn't make much money but we had more fun We loved to play the game and wc let the money take care of itself” Dean began his professional career in the Cardinal chain at St Joseph Mo in 1930 He won 26 games 17 at St Joe 8 at Houston and one with the Cardinals “They never heard of no bonuses in those days” he said "In my first year all I got was $300 a month and a $7 upper berth ticket from San Antonc to Houston “My first year with the Cardi nals (1932) I got $8000 I won 20 games in 1933 and didn't get a raise The next year I won 30 and all I got was $7500 “My brother Paul came up the same year He won 19 and between us we won 49 games and all four World Series games and we were making only $10500 because all Paul got was $3000” The brothers held out for the 1935 season Dizzy finally signed for $18500 and Paul for $7500 “I won 28 games in 1935 and I decided I was going to ask for $50000” Dizzy said “Then I got my contract You wouldn’t believe it but Mr Rickey (Branch Rickey Cardinal general manager) cut me down to $17500 because I won two games less than I did the year before ‘I was so mad I was gonna play golf all summer but I finally agreed to play baseball when lie-offered me $25500” That was Dean’s highest salary He won 24 games in 1936 but his salary remained the same Then came the injury a broken toe as a result of being hit by a line drive off Earl Averill’s bat “I was enjoying my best season” Dean recalled “I was 13-1 going into the All-Star game I Oxford Wins LONDON March 23 Iff)— Duncan Spencer of New York stroked Oxford to an upset victory over Cambridge in the 109th rowing of the varsity boat race today Oxford won by five lengths Spencer now has stroked both Yale and Oxford to victory in their big boat races never won another game that year and finished with 13-10” The Cardinals sold Dean to the Chicago Cubs in April of 1938 for $185000 and three players Plagued by a sore arm Dim’ won only a handful of games in four years with the Cubs before calling it a career “Mr Wrigley (owner P K Wrigley was wonderful” said Diz “He never cut me until he made me a coach in 1941 and paid me $15000 Imagine I got over $100000 winning 13 games for Chicago and that was more than I made winning 137 for St Louis Mr Wrigley sure was a fine man” Dean was a little off in his figures He actually won 16 games with the Cubs and earned $91500 With St Louis he won 134 and earned $85000 Thus Dean received $176500 for winning 150 major league games Young Bob Garibaldi who got $150000 bonus from the San Francisco Giants last June has yet to win his first game SAFETY IS OUR BUSINESS Brakes relined wheel alignment and balance front suspension rebuilt LEO FISTER'S Wheel & Brake Service 222 E VINE ST Ph 252-5560 mare by Ensign Kirby This is a grand mqre and although she has never been shown she is stake horse material and the one that beats her will get the money There is a two-year-old chestnut filly by Wing Commander and out of Carol Trigg that is a freak She has a strip three white ankles with lots of motion and talent She can rack and trot up a storm which is most unusual for one so young this early In the season This filly is fine as a deer and is really Saturday night stock They have a beautiful two-ycar-oid chestnut gelding with a stripe three white ankles and a flaxen mane and tail that looks like lie is going (0 bo nothing short of great In cither the uaited division or under harness He is bv Vanity’s Sensation and out o t Fairy Rings by Shamrock and has for champion Meadow Wisp He is a big cocky coll 1 hat knows what to do t Another great prospect by Vanl- CtliLdVcrroil Murpy Plumbing ty’ Sensation and out Of Shoot-inpi first Top 3 - Woitwr 4i5 sin ! Ing Sister is a pretty chestnut filly I alt Buckitv (76 Tttm 3 nd tingit with n star snip flaxen mane Avfsr‘ Fw S?riVy w "a M nnd tall and hind stockings white M prrttr MIi6 -Tm m NO 4 M 51 Top 3 — Marvtntr 507 Slngla — Ltss" nd I has a trot like her grand dam Ann Harp 166 jagU i- i — Crimson Satan (Hinolosa) 480 260 2 Gushing Wind (Baird) 320 3 Time 1:43 aGaelic Lad aWar Council Monqo also ran a— Stewart entry 9— $3300 elm 4 up 1 1-14 m: Nuone (Kimball) 780 500 360 1 Hooligan (Regalbuto) 1520 620 2 Sea Bang (Shuk) 320 3 Time 1:48 24 Step Above Gerald K Top Show All Profit Mel Ting also ran AQUEDUCT 1— $3500 elm 9-y-o 6 fi Wee Bonnie Lass (Gustines) 580 400 280 1 Young Countess (Feliciano) 640 410 2 Pass the Deal (Ward) 310 3 Time 1 ?13 Come Queenle Chris R Apple Bfa Plesant Dreams also ran 2 — $3700 elm 4 up 6 f: Palenque 3rd (Ussery) 450 310 230 1 Blenaplan (Ward) 4 80 290 2 Mlney Myerson (Sellers) 260 3 Time 1 10 4 5 Krowbar Set Mon Uncle Jules and Ushered In also ran Oailv Double (M) Paid $1490 3— $3700 elm 3-y-o 6 f: Perplexing (Boland) 1380 690 370 1 Avalon Sissy (Rotz) 570 320 2 Aunt Rose (Ycaza) 270 3 Time 1 12 Notre Cours Darling Bloom Mardoll Miss Halran also ran 4— $4000 mdns 2-y-a 5 ft aloeal Gossip (Guerin) 800 420 350 1 Wild Will (Munsell) 540 460 2 Naybor (Nichols) 500 3 Time :59 4-5 Tanwood aRoman Nall bBlazing Glory Imagay Round Plate bBest Tradition King Pooley also ran a— Mary Del Farm-Mrs J C Ray entry b— P Jacobs entry 5— $5000 allw 3-y-of 6 fi Rash Prince (Woodhouse) 690 340 280 i Omartrad (Rotz) 310 270 2 Stearic (Guthrie) 390 3 Time 1:10 1-5 High Rank Distinct Fallacy also ran 6— $7500 allw 4 up 7 fi Pan Dancer (Sellers) 2070 600 340 1 Dedlmoud (Baeza) 300 240 2 Safety Zone (Rotz) 300 3 Time 1:22 2-5 Tamerlo Batu Count Risque also ran 7— $25000 added the Paumonok Hdcp 3 up 6 fi Klsco Kid (Woodhouse) 2560 8 60 490 1 aRalny Lake (Ussery) 350 270 2 Third Martini (Adams) 430 3 Time 1:09 15 Grid Iron Hero Lucky Uncle Due d'Or Endymlon April Skies aWestern Warrior also ran 8— $5000 elm 4 up 6 fi Sir Solid (Ward) 530 330 260 1 Sho Lea (Ussery) 450 320 2 Scan the Sky (Woodhouse) 310 3 Time 1:11 Oscar Award Darndaren Slnglnq Way also ran 9— $4200 elm 4 up lVfc m: Mlrtaugh (Boland) 2130 640 360 1 Will to Live (Ycaza) 370 270 2 Friar Joe E (Ward) 2 90 3 Time 1:52 2-5 Baldpate Antarctallan Quinn Honey At the Top also ran SAVE 15 CASH AND CARRY EASTLAND CHEVY CHASE SOUTHLAND 139 E MAIN 132 EAST SHORT ST IMPROVE YOUR LAWN NOW IS THE TIME TO RESEED AND FERTILIZE YOUR LAWN CET EXPERT ADVICE FROM US GREENFIELD SCOTT ORTHO Product CARTER SUPPLY CO 339 W Short St 252-5844 INSURANCE W write ALL tapes Insurance through: USF&G Insurance Co Lloyds of London Boston Insurance Co National Union Insurance Co THE DOMINION CO INC 132 E VINE DIAL 254-9548 Duval Headley Charles Sturgill Don Sturgill Directors Russell Hendren Gen Mgr Learn A Foreign LANGUAGE Spanish German French Italian Russian Join the tens of thousands who are sharing the fun and excitement of learning a new language These 10-inch hi-fidelity records are now available to EVERYONE in the Herald-Leader circulation area at an EXTREMELY LOW COST! Choose one two or three languages and order your records today You'll be on your way to an exciting adventure learning a foreign language by the fabulous audio-lingual method $125 EACH RECORD Tax handling and postage cost included in this price (Records available for $110 at Herald-Leader Public Service Counter) Promotion Department Lexington Herald-Leader Co Lexington Kentucky Amount enclosed $ (Do not send stamps) II Name 1 Phone I I Address City State I Please Allow 10 Days for Delivery likgWMWWHMSBWBWMMIOIlMrilWW LEARN-A-LANCUACE RECORDS Please print clearly! This is your shipping label! FROM: Lexington Herald-Leader Co Lexington Kentucky TO: Name I Address City State Return Postage Guaranteed — Educational Material BOOB k

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 18,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Lexington Herald
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free