Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1969 · Page 61
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By KEARNEY EGERTON Oskie Clebefg "Just one protest. I don't want any of MY tax money used to pay those nutty professors who knock Arizona State's sports program." Santa Anita Cltar and Fast PIRST-44400, ClRIf, 4YO UP, i f. Deodar (Pineda) 7.40 4.00 3.40 Lush Life (MValenzuela) 3.80 2.80 Winnie Mae (Campas) 5.60 Time — 1:12 1-5. SECOND — $4,500, cl, 3YO, 7 f. Jack Taylor (Lmbrt) 22.20 11.SO 7.BO Revel's Reward (Harmatz) 28.40 15.60 Best of Khaled (Harris) 7.40 Time — 1:24 3-5. DAILY DOUBLE »3) paid »33.10. THIRD—14,000, mdn, JYO, 4Vlf. Count Us Mary (Diaz) ».40 4.20 3.20 Swiss Polic (Trevino) 1.00 5.20 Bab's Bag (Campas) 3.80 Time — :53 4-5. ; FOURTH — $t,000, cl, 4YO up, 1 1/U California (Sellers) 10.20 6.00 4.00 Aries (Resales) 7.20 4.40 Devil's Ego (Pineda) 3.60 Time - 1:45 2-5. FIFTH — Se,OM, mdn, 3YO, 1 1/ltm. Lasting Wind (Shmker) 3.40 2.60 2.40 Boudoir Prince (Lambert) 3.90 2.80 Central Square (Resales) 3.00 Time — 1:44 1-5. SIXTH—W.SOO, ale, 1YO, «f. Mar ories Girl (Sellers) 33.00 12.00 6.60 Marlorles Theme (Lmbrt) 12.20 7.20 Tipping Time (Hartack) 4.60 Time — 1:11 1-S. SEVENTH—$10,000, ale, 3YO, eVi f tf. T.V. Doubtetalk (Lmbrt) 6.60 4.20 3.4D Kobuk Kina (Pierce) '" '" Hlkari (Sellers) Time — 1:14. 4.00 3.00 5.40 EIGHTH — $12400, alwn, 4YOAUP 1 I/I mile. Tampa Trouble (Harris) 11.W 4.80 4.00 Gene's Dancer (Pierce) 4.00 3.60 Gamelight (Velasquez) 6.20 Time — t:4B. NINTH—$4,000, clmi, 4YOIUP. 1 1/16 mile. Count Hoist (Grant) 6.60 3.60 2.80 Look In (Shoemaker) 4.60 3.40 Gentry (Pineda) 3.80 Time — 1:45. Turf workouts Track Fait Three furtOnit — Cousin Rolfe 35hg, Eds Birthday 36h, Green Light's On 37h, Jay B. Eff 35/1 h, Kentucky Grey, 34/4h, Key Rulla 36b, Miss Snapeyes 36/4h, ' Lark 34/lh, Spanish Ann 37/2h, riviauc> uar* JO/HI. a, _____ ........ _, . ____ SEQUOYAH PRINCESS 34hg, Sir Brian Scott 38/lb, Tex's Brother 36/4h, Trouble's Pride 35h, Tedle's Falcon 37/2h, TAZAFRAZ 34tw, Tielee 35ha, Wander- Ing Hertaie 35h, Windy slews 36/lh. Four lurtonis— Amber Sultaness 48/3h, Admiral Harry 49/3b, Big Water 52/3b, Beautiful Miss 49/4h, Close Range 49h, Crystal sea 48/2h, Desert Express 47/4h, Hart N Sole 49/1 h. King Alabil 48/lh, Lamp Gold 50/3b, Mister Nimmo 49/4h, , Baby 48/2h, Rovemont 47/lh, Bly SOb, Spec-O-Best 47/4h. nie Bl Ever N SO/& Five lurionts— ANN DO Revels Ron - — — ——- ...... _ _ tSOfif Cob re 101/2h, Catulyah l:03/4h. Double Jano Host'l:03h, n tikenefs*Son :5»/4h, *Soy»1 Sctota^ooh. Ramble) l:04b. Sure Spice 'Six 'furtants —ANNS KID l:14/lh, DESERT GAMBLER l:14/lh, SENOR TIGRE 1:14/lh, Unquestionably l:16/3h. Calif ornians swell Manzy sprint field California Racing Association sprint cars fill Manzanita Speedway's half-mile oval tomorrow night with one of the biggest CRA fields expected by racing director Keith Hall. Tomorrow's seven-event program, which opens at 7:30 p.m. with qualifying, is first of six CRA nights on the 1969 schedule. Four heat races, a 15-lap semi- 30-lap main event follow the night's opening competition when the four fastest qualifiers vie in the 8:30 trophy dash. Fifteen Arizona drivers are entered, led by Phoenician Jerry McClung who ranks No. 7 in CRA standings. Tucson's Bob Cleberg, No. 15, also is entered. McClung will be behind the wheel of the Skeet Gibson Chevy Cleberg pilots the Robinson and Cleberg Chevy. May wood, Calif., driver Jimmy Oskie — the CRA pointleader with a nine-point advantage over Bob Hogle of Buena Park, Calif. — heads the large coast contingent which includes all but four of the top 15 drivers. No. 3 point-maker Gary Ponzini of Morgan Hill, Calif, and crowd favorite Billy Wilkerson (No. 6) of El Monte, Calif, are among the California pilots. CRA POINT STANDINGS 1..Jimmy Oskte, Maywood, calif., 55; 2. Bob Hogle, Buena Park, Calif., 46; 3. Gary. Ponzini, Morgan Hill, Calif., 41: 4. Dale Reed, Wichita, Kan., 36, Buddy-Taylor, Albuquerque, 36; 6. Billy Wilkerson, El Monte, Calif., 34, Jerry McClung, Term*, 34; 8. Lloyd Beckman, Lincoln. Neb., 30; f. Jack Brunner, Gardens, Calif., 27. New SMtti. Ola), Calif., 5«. s i e X5. Me »? r ' west covina, .Ciiif., McClung , ., . . , ., , steve Mesner, West Covina, Calif., ; 12. Paul Jonfs, Torrance, C.llf.. 20; olby Scfoggfn, Ruth, Calif., 1*; 14. Jay 17°"' " U ' ""^ Cltttf9 ' Tucson On this date ONE YEAR AGO Dave Davis' consistency gave him first place in the Firestone Tournament of Champions after he overtook Dick Weber. FIVE YEARS AGO Arizona State's Henry Carr ran the 220 dash in :20.2, bettering his listed world record of :20.3, but ata- seneco of a wind gauge could nullify the mark. TEN YEARS AGO Judy Kier, an 18-year-old from ASU, won the women's state golf tile with a 413 conquest of Mrs. Roger Hafford. Senators held its first workout in Municipal Stadium under manager Don T rower. Stewards fine TP gal rider Apprentice rider Sandy Schleiffers yesterday became the fourth jockey in the past several days to be fined $100 by the stewards at Turf Paradise. The stewards took action against Miss Schleiffers, who is still seeking to post her first winner at the track, for failing to maintain a straight course in the backstretch while astride Trial Fusion in Wednesday's fourth race. DuPrees featured Golf classic switched New dates have been set for the Valley of The Sun Golf Classic, with the event now opening April 12 at the Maryvale course. 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