The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 26, 1959 · Page 35
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Sunday, July 26, 1959
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Soturday At the Races Dunte Hustles to Stretdi Win at Arlington CHICAGO — — Lightly reckoned Dunce, bay colt son of Tom Fool-Ghazni, turned on a blistering stretch drive to capture the $140,425 Arlington Classic Mile in Arlington Park Saturday. Intentionally, a 2-5 favorite, placed third behind On-and-On in the seven horse field. Claiborne Farm's Dunce, given a magnificent ride by Lois C. Cook, won by a length and a half over On-and-On of Calumet Farm. On-and-On placed second to Intentionally in the Warren Wright Memorial June 27 in Washington Park when Intentionally equalled Swaps' world mile mark of 1:33 1 /5. Dunce, winner of only four of 19 starts, captured the top purse of $78,475 in this feature for three-year-olds, Dunce was clocked In 1;35 over a fast but dull strip, finishing a full second below Clem's track record of 1:34 for the mile out of a Dunce returned $14.60, $5.40 and $2.20. On-and-On's prices were $3.60 and $2.20. The favored Intentionally created minus pool of $734 in returning $2.20. LEON K. TAKES NURSERY STAKES PAWTUCKET, R.I. — (y^) — Mrs. John Dalton's Leon K., the only stakes winner in the field of ten two-year-olds, won the $17,775 Narragansett Nursery Stakes by two and one- half lengths at Narragansett Park Saturday. Third choice of the crowd of 15,532, the young son of Carrara Marble came from far,,.,„^. back in the six furlong sprint,!$2.20, and took command deep in the stretch and won going away from the favorite, Joseph Gavegnano's Fighting King. The winner's time was 1:12 4/5. He paid $14.80, $7.20 Sam Snead's Golf School LEAD WITH YOUR HANDS! RACIN18 SUNDAY BTTLLETIN Jol .r t9, IDSf. gee. J, Tigt g Carol Sorenson Wins Title owner. The victory almost doubled Leon K.'s earnings which now are $23,122 in 11 starts. Fighting King, who led coming out of the far turn but could not hold off the late- closing Leon K., paid $4.60 and $3.60 after finishing a neck in front of C. E. Gibson's Country Bull. The latter returned $5.40 to show. SWORD DANCER WINS MONMOUTH HANDICAP OCEANPORT. N.J. — l/Pi— Sword Dancer sliced through what seemed an almost impossible wall of horses at the top of the stretch today, and under a masterful ride by Willie Shoemaker pulled away for victory in the $113,750 Monmouth Handicap at Monmouth Park. No sooner had the numbers gone up on the board, than jockey Howard Grant astride the second horse, Amerigo, claimed foul against Sword Dancer. The claim, however, was not allowed after a study of the movies. Sword Dancer finished two lengths ahead of Amerigo. It was another one and one- half lengths back to Talent Show. Sword Dancer, owned by the Brookmeade Stable of Isabel Dodge Sloane, is a leading contender for the three-year-old championship. He won the classic Belmont Stakes after finishing second in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness. The crowd of 31,962 bet For a reason that's not ex- your follow-through, and don't actly clear, many golfers stop let them turn over, club motion in sand shots the' You'll get that hall on the moment the clubhead enters)green—believe it, and you will! the sand. Well, maybe the reason is clear, but there's no logic behind it. The club motion is stopped because the golfer subconsciously thinks he is swinging too hard for the length of the shot he has to make. After all. you do have to swing harder for the 20-foot sand shot than you do for the 20- foot chip! However, if you'll remember that you are actually hitting the sand, not the ball, perhaps you will do better. The arrow in today's illustration shows how the hands must lead the clubhead through the ball. Got them out toward the target on MILWAUKKE — W) — Sensational Carol vSorcnson, 16- year-old Jnnesville High School student, Saturday became Wi.s- con.sin's youngest womon'.s amateur golf champion when she defeated six-time former lillist Mrs. J a h n Claudcr 7 and 6 in the 3fi-hole finals of the 47th annual tournamcn "I am happy and thrilled," said the now champion after her .stunning upset victory over the 42-year-old Milwaukee mother of four at Brynwood Country Club. Nice Experience Miss Sorenson, newly crowned Western junior champion and the 19.58 state junior ruler, said she eiUcrod this year's moot. "Only for the o.\- porieiu'o it will give mo." In defeat Mrs, Claudor hailed the new champion as 6 Major Sports to Be Televised on Networks in Next 2 Months great." Carol, who was born the November after Mrs. Clauder won the first of her six titles, had nine birdies and took a commanding 7-up load after 18 holes. In becoming the youngest champion in the history of the meet, she also became the youngest since Mary McMillan Fossum of Green Bay won when she was 17. Carol ousted Mrs. Fossum in t h c semi-finals. Ruilds lllg Lead Carol posted a 7.'), ono-under par, on the morning 18 as she iniilt up her seven hole lead. The match ended after 30 holes and the winner was 2-undor- par for the distance over the 38-38—76 Brynwood course. Mrs. Claudor had an on the morning round. Carol posted a birdie three on the 27th hole to increase hor load to eight and the match was virtually completed and it was only a matter of time for Mrs. C'lau- der. The Milwaukee woman won the 28tli, hut when thoyl "trulyjhalved the next two holes, the match ended. Miss Sorenson's morning roimd was highlighted by two deuces, the first on the eighth hole as she rolled in nn 18- foot putt, and the other on he Illh where she hit the NEW YORK — im —INBC matches this with the Events of championship and all-star caliber will be televised in six major sports during the next two months. Baseball, boxing, football, horse racing, golf and tennis will be included in the heaviest concentration of TV sports in tbe history of the medium. The grand parade of athletes on camera gets underway next Saturday, Aug. 1, when CBS carries the third round of the National PGA championship from the Minneapolis Golf Club. The same day NBC televises the Monmouth Oaks second 1959 major league All- Star game from the Los Angeles Coliseum. • old championship as do the I'utiuity (Sept. 19 from the New Aqueduct, N.Y.. track) jand the Champagne (Oct. 17, pin with her tee shot and pushed down a six -Inch putt. Joan Gavigan, 15 of Waukesha, runnerup last y(?Hr, won the junior title with an overwhelming 15 and 14 victory over Sally Voss of Lake Beulah. Report from the Minors AB R H 2b 3h HR RBI Ave. KEN KNUTSON (Kcnoshn), inflcldcr, Alpine, Texas (Red Sox), Sophomore League, Class D. Week 15 ,1 0 0 0 0 .200 Sennoti 225 4» Al 15 2 0 30 .271 DICK PHILLIPS (Rflclne), Infleldcr, Sacramento (Braves), Pacific Const League, CUtSH AAA. Week in 3 4 0 0 1 3 .267 .Season 225 .12 57 12 1 6 37 .253 CARLYLE WAGNER (BurlinRton). catcher, Birmingham (Tigers), Southern Association, Class AA. Week H 0 0 0 0 .Season Irt3 17 40 « 0 0 I 0 14 .000 .24."^ IMl('llili<r The following week two big|Belmont). Both are part of tho events arc on ABC. The twice- postponed Archie Moore- Yvon Durelle light heavyweight title fight is now sched- CBS sorios which also incluilos the United Nations Handicap (Sept. 19. Atlantic City) and tho Woodward (Sept. 26. Aquo- California »• • Fish Importers uled for Wednesday, Aug. 12, duct), two races which could SACUAM 1: NT(), C allf. (/T) -In about two years California I fisherman may be taking on (i W L IP R H BB so LENNIE DYKSTRA (Racine), Elmira, N. Y. (Phillies), New York-Pennsylvania League, Class I). Week First action. Season « I 3 3fl 27 42 25 23 BOrt llARTMAN (Kenosha), Louisville (Braves), American A.ssociadon, Class AAA. Week I 0 0 3 4 7 2 2 .Sca.son n 3 1 5ft 27 70 1« 23 in the Montreal I'orum and will be telcvi.sed as part of the regular Wednesday night scries. Two nights later, Friday, Aug. 14, the annual college All-Star game will bo played at Soldier I'iold, Chicago. This year the game go a long way toward deter- 1' s^-<"PPy sport im- mining tho year's mitstandingiP<>"<('il recently from Miimosota handicap horse. Friends Pay from Monmouth, N.J. If is one'matches the Nl'L champion L q JJ * Tnbute of the key races in deciding Baltimore Colts against thoj the 3-year-old filly champion- 1958 College Stars and, as • "p , ship. usual, will be on ABC-TV. ^lO Jim I QlUm And the same network has' CHAPKL HILL —t;i')— The Sword Dancer heavily, and he paid $3.20, $2.60 and $2.20. Amerigo returned $6.40 and the Talent Show- Air Pilot entry was $2.20, SECOND WIN OF YEAR BIG ONE FOR ENDINE STANTON, Del.En- Final PGA Round On Sunday, Aug. 2, CBS is'a"o''ier title fight .set for the set for the final round of the!'^""<^^ving Wednesday, Aug. 19.!football world and this small; PGA, and on Monday, Aug. 3, Where +o Go TOOAY SENIOR BASEBALL-Dumore vs. Danish Bro., Douglas, 3:1S; Taylor Ave. vs. City Travelers, Roo^evelt North, 3;15. JUNIOR BASEBALL — Panthers vs. Lions. Bowl West, 1; Don & Dales vs. Downtown Billiards, Bowl, 3:15; Cougars vs. Isi National, noosevclt North, 1; Cards vs. We.itern, Douglas, 1. OLD TIMERS 8LOWPITCH — Moose Lodge vs. Bob's Bar, Roosevelt, 10; Club 16 VI. Club 1100, Douglas, 10. .... MONDAY CLASSIC 8LOWPITCH—Frank it Ann TS. City Auto, Lathrop, 8:30; Eckcrt Ins. vs. Taylor Ave., Island, 8:30; Bob's Bar vs. Moorman's, Douglas, 7:15. AMERICAN SLOWPITCH—Prima Vera vs. Konlcek 's, Mitchell, 8:30; DcMark's vs. College Inn, Lakevlew, 8:30; Paper Doll vs. Sand Bar, Roosevelt, 8:30. NATIONAL SLOWPITCH—Eagle Hotel vs. Mel'a Tap, Roosevelt, 7:15; Douglas Bowl vs. D 's Set. Island, 7:15; L. Wolfe vs. Post OHlce, Mitchell, 7:15. CHURCH PASTPITCH-Chrlstlan Ref. vs. E.U.B.. Lakevlew, 7:15; Epiphany vs. Racine Bible. Knapp, 7:16; Grace Baptist vs. 1st Evangelical, Douglas, 8:30; Calvary Mem. vs, Church of Qod, Lathrop, 7:15. PAROCHIAL 5TH—St. Joe 5 vs. St. Pat 5, Douglas, 5:45; Socrcd Heart i v.s Holy Name 5, Knapp, 5:45; St, John 5 vs. St. Edward 6, Lakevlew, 5:45. PAROCHIAL 4TH-5TH—St, Pat 4 vs. fit. Joe 4. Inland, S:4S; K. Triii. Rods vs. at. Rose 4.8, Mitchell, 5:45; St. Edward 4 vs. St. John 4. Bowl East, 5:48; St, Mary 4-5 vs. Holy Name 4-5, Lathrop, 5:45; Sacred Heart 4 vs. H. Trln. Blues, Roosevelt, »;45. TKKSDAT FEDERAL SLOWPITCH — F&F Lake- View vs. Sportsmen, Roosevelt, 7:18; Jims Bar vs. John 's Bar, Roosevelt, 8:30; Clovtr Club vs. Prima Vera, Lakevlew, 7:15. CENTRAL SLOWPITCH-FIre Dept. vs. Mamco, Knapp, 7:15; Case-O-Matic vs. Herbert 's, Latnrop, 7:15. INDUSTRIAL SLOWPITCH — Modlne VI. Racine Industrial Plant, Island, 7:15, CHURCH SLOWPITCH ~-2d Presby vs. Racine Bible. Mitchell. 7:15; St. Mesrob VI. Messiah, Douglas, 8:30; 1st Presby vs. Orange Ave., Lalhrop, 8:30. QIRLfl CLASSIC—Merchants vs. Case Office, Island, 8:30; Flamcttes vs. Modlne, Douglas, 7:15, JUNIOR OIRLS—Midgets vs. Lulher- •ttes, Mitchell, 5:45; Slowpokes vs. Sky- Itners, Knapp, 5:45. BRAVES NORTH—Wizards vs. Wasps, Douglas, 5:45: Rangers vs. Demons, Island, 6:45; Bla'tevs vs. Jets, Bowl East, t;45; Juniors vs. Jays, Lakevlew, 5:45. WEDNESDAY MANUFACTURERS SLOWPITCH — Western vs. Johnson Wax, Roosevelt, 8:30; Baran'i vs. Young Radiator, Lathrop, 7:18. FACTORY SLOWPITCH—Walker Office vs. Johnson Tower, Lakevlew, 7:15; Web- iter vs. UAW-CIO 550, Lsland, 7:15; Gorton vs. Wis. Gas, Mitchell, 7:15. COMMERCIAL SLOWPITCH — Police Dept. vs, Norb 's Lunch, Douglas, 7:15; National Guard vs. Motor Coach, Roosevelt, 7:15. CLASSIC FA8TP1TCH- Von Schrader vs. Toddle Inn, Douglas, 8:30; Jacobsen's vs. Fergui, Lakevlew, 8:30. CADET-PAROCHIAL A-B—Boo, Heart • vs. St. John 7. Bowl West, 5:45. BRAVES NORTH — Jets vs. Juniors, Lakevlew, S:45; Jayi vs. Blazers, Island, • :46. BRAVES SOOTH—Panthers vs. Wonders, Roosevelt, 5:45; Comets vs. Tigers, Lathrop, 5:45; Rumblcrs vs. Falcons, Knapp. l:4S. THUKSDAY MAJOR WHrrE — Von Schrader vs. Western, Mitchell, 8:30; Jacobsen's v.s. Chel & Max, Mitchell, 7:15; Prima Vera vs. Taylor Ave., Roosevelt, 7:15. MAJOR BLUE — Promiuln Sales vs. Johnson Wax, Lathrop, 7:16; In-Slnk- Erator vs: Duetlrs, Douglas, 7:15. MAJOR GREEN—Lake Park vs, In- Blnk-Erator No, 2, Douglas, 8;30; Ben's Bar vs, Modlne, Island, 7:16; Thrifty M ho vs . Case Terr,, Lakevlew, 7:15. CADET-PAROCHIAL A-B-St. RHtt vs. Holy Name, Bowl West, 6:45. PAROCHIAL 6TH—St. Rose vs. St. Pat e, Lakevlew, 5:45; S^. Edward 6 vn. Holy Name 8, Roosevelt, 5:45; St. Stan 8 vs. St. Joe 8, Mitchell, 5:45; Holy Trln, fl vs. St, John 6, Douglas, 5:45; St. Rita S vs. St. Mary 8, Island, 5:45. FRIDAY PAROCHIAL 6TH--St, Joe 5 vs, St. John 5. Island, 5:45. JUNIOR BASEBALL — Panthers vs. Cougars, Horllck, 6:00. CITY PASTPITCH TOURNAMENT — (Games to be announced later). SATUllDAY CADET-PAROCHIAL A-B-St. John •? vs. St. Edward, Bowl West, 0:30; Sacred Heart B vs. St. Joe 7, Douglas, 9:30; St. Pal vs. Sacred Heart 7, Lakevlew, 9:30; St. Mary vs. St. Stan., Roosevelt South, »:30; St. Joe 8 vs. Holy Name.Llncoln, and $4.80 while earning $11,- ^'"e, winner of only one race 553 for his Tuckahoe, N.Y., ^^^'s year, carried the silks of the Christiana Stable to an unprecedented second straight victory Saturday in the $155,000 Delaware Handicap, richest race in the world for fillies and mares. The crowd of 24,020 paid little attention to Endine. who ran as an entry with Mooring Stable's Tempted. But the Christiana-Mooring entry went off as co-favorte with J. Graham Brown's Bornastar, mainly on the past performance of Tempted, easy winner here last week of the New Castle Handicap. Oddly, the entry ran the same way it did last year in this 114 mile test for fillies and mares. Tempted was third in the 1958 edition of the Delaware and wound up in the same postion Saturday. Ned W Brent's 30-1 shot, Polamby, .','as a driving second. Bornastar, 1958 mare'han- dicap champion, was fourth. Endine, ridden by jockey Paul J. Bailey, won by half a length in 2:03 3/5 and earned $108,312 for Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lunger of Wilmington, Del., owner of the Christiana Stable. The five-year-old chestnut mare returned $8.50, $5.00 and $6.40. Polamby returned $19.00 and $11.00 to those who chanced the longshot, while Tempted, paid $6.40 for the show. Tee Off Times for Juniors in Golf Meet when Davey Moore defends!university town paid final Irib- his featherweight crown at Saturday to .Jim Tatum, one Lo.s Angeles against e-x-champ ,, . 1, • , ,, II Vtj'-.A^ 'of the giants among college coaches. Hogan (Kid) Ba.ssey. Kickoff for Pros More than 300 persons, many coaches. - pu „ _ Adamson, Kenosha; Wid Langloy, Oiau- kee, 12:34-Randy Robfl. Hartford; Roger Millard, Browns Lake; Lloyd l.evlii, Brynwood . f2:30~Doug DIngman, Milwaukee; Phil Johnson. Nakoma; Jay Dunham, Meadowbrook. 12:30-Mason Ross, Tripoli; Jim Thiel. Mayvlllc; Steve Demos, Kenosha 12:42-Michael Smock. Applelon linx; Mike Stupar, Wesimoor, Kit row, Milwaukee 12:48-Mike Johnson, North Hills; Tobyl, J,,„ n „.i -n i . • . Barbee. Kenosha; Richard Howard, North; title. UOth Will he telecast by 12:54-Mlke Obendorfer. North Shore;! NBC. The TV SCheduIC for the RIcky^Hammet.. W.slmoor; Mike Long .lDavis Cup is nOt Set, but the dates are Aug. Forest Hills, meets Gene 1 u cn —Doug Swenson. Racine publinx; Richard S»lft. Jr., Rivermoor; Dennis Eben, North Shore. 1:00-Jerry Polacheck, Brynwood; D""'_iii_ Lecher, Westmoor; John Gary. North|.SU10 ^^°,\2-Ralph Hastings, North iiui«: Jiml the middleweight bout Friday,!football picture. Grelse Meaduwbrook, A, C. Sladlhaus,: 28, in SaU FraUCiSCO. Mnyvllle, i 1:18 Mike Mulh, Pine Hills; Bill Jol.n- son, Racine; Spencer Schlueter, Tuckaway, MKADOWnilOUK Nodn-Doii Iverson. La <.'. Mackenr.le, Eau Claire, Jim Meadowbrook, 13:06- Lance Mellk, Racln horse. Browns Lake; Kalp BlBCkhawk, 12:12-Ru»« Berkoben, Hal... f iublinx; Craig .\u.^Uup, Oiauk ianson, Beloil publinx, 12:18 Larry Re!>nlck, Brynwood Anderson, Belnit publinx; Jac' Westmoor, 13:24 -Terry Aceto, Racine publinx; Brad Walwrath, Maple Bluff; 'I'rrry Johnson, Meadowbrook. 12:30 Curt Hinckley, Merrill Hills; Jeff Leonard, Nakuma; Don Kurten. Racine. 12:36 Ned Day, North Hills; Keith (HI- WALTZ CAPTURES DWYER HANDICAP NEW YORK — (JP) — Taking the lead at the start Waltz led,all the way to register a mild surprise victory in the $82,100 Dwyer Handicap at Jamaica Saturday as Bagdad, 4-5 favorite, finished out of the money. Under a masterful ride by Sammy Boulmetis, the three- year-old gelding owned by W. Arnold Hanger and trained by canny Max Hirsch, outfinished Middle Brother in a sterling stretch duel. Waltz won by a head in track record time of 1:54 4/5 for the mile and three- sixteenths. Middle Brother, owned by Mrs. E. Barry Ryan and ridden by Bobby Ussery, was four and one-half lengths ahead of the third horse. Hoist Away. Imon finished fourth, Bag dad a disappointing fifth, and Audience last in the six-horse field. Waltz, the second choice, paid $6.80. $4.90 and $3.90. Middle Brother returned $6.40 and $4,40 and Hoist Away «o «h ."B%.'^'"""^ '^'""'"'M$5,20 to show. MONDAY Karlne t'uiinlry Club Noon-Robert Johns. Jr. La Crns«f; On Friday, Aug. 21, and Sal-! r;-!'""; „ ' urday, Aug 22Nro foothall |l^;;-.^X Chapel Hill on t^vo networks,l^^^„^ji^^ for funeral <n Un. V f ^^'services for the University of ^"•"'^.."'iNorth Caroima football tor, who died of a kicks off CBS has men virus in fection Thursday night. The Chapel Hill community,'^ still shocked over the 4()-ye!n-'^ John wuick, Brown Lake-.-^.™"/.wet,.cr: and Sundays, SeptVl3 and 2(),if'T=''^'"^'«^",^''^'" death, shut Nakoma , ,„ , ' . "'^ ' ' , dowo all busuiess operations I2:06--Mlke Franklin, Kenoj la; Jim J he ABC iiume OH AU}'. 22; , • , ij'i • Ritienthaier, Grecndaie publinx, Rickl ', . „.? .during the half-hour services. Dallas), the first of four e.xhibi- tions the network will carry prior to its regular .sea.son Sunday coverage. The other games will be on Friday, Sept. 11, i;ind Florida. I'lom Minnesota the l-ish and Gatne Department brought in about a million walleye eggs, in exchange for steelhead eggs. Officials hope the walleyes thrive on the abundance of bluegills and other game fish now overpopulating some I Southern California reservoirs. More than 20,000 fingerlings of large m o u t h bass were brought in from Florida at the jexpense of the city of San Diego. San Diego authorities hope the Florida fish will eventually replace the lighter strain of largemouth now in city reservoirs. The Florida bass, which average 10 to 12 pounds at maturity as comlmred with five to six pounds for the California variety, will Ix; reared in a specially treated reservoir in San Diego. H ^rW '^A^i'Ji^if 'p Tatum was eulogized by ihe 'Arf Wall Leader 'K .irkifirstof .seven .straight .Saturday'^^^- Charles Hubbard as "A; pub- bar- version of the middleweight in money win- joined in the funeral proces- 1 professionals sion to the Old Chapel Hill|„jng.s, Cemetery. Tatum's body, car-! The 3.'i-ycar-old shot maker ried by 18 tnembers of the from Pocorio Manor, Pa., could Club. His wife, suffering from thej vVall has pocketed $45,730.94 ee; T"ry ,Saturday college football tele-proved slightly. r^Mihrn" "' will feature nationali 'champion LSU against Rice on' N '^c Demaret Enters Series on NBC The world series on NBC "''l'5 ^42 ""prtL "'c -Si',ie ?'"^'&'yv «.c^ ^"P t'^G SportS -f illed twoi ''^i2^8 '^l"fjeiJ^,%{Y;%^:}^'il:'^^i '"""t »is Will the opening game on Wednesday, Sept, 30. Milwaukee Open lender in $23,920. yc! this category, with Yes, Godske Makes AWNINCS And Door Conopies of Every Description Alumaroll Roll-Up WORLD'S FINEST Aluminum Awnings Nothing to StoriT Nothing to Change Simple fo Operate Cuttom-Made Leave Up All Year Choice of Colon Wo Seryke W/iof We Sc//. SathiacUon Guorantted Estimates Cheerfully Given Without Obligation Personal Attention Given to All Details Prompt Service-Easy Payments BEFORE YOU BUY SEE . . . r^GODSKE RACINE - 1236 13th St. ~ Dial ME 7-1244 KENOSHA - 711 57th St. - Dial OL 7-5716 BURLINGTON - 465 Chestnut - Dial RO 3-2646 It Awnings of Disfincflon ESTABLISHED IN l«99 Open Mon. Thru Fri. 8-5 Sat. 8-12 MILWAUKKF —(/I')—.limmy • . , , ,, , Demaret, a veteran who now i And while all these special,tournament compe-1 events are going on, the week ly Saturday-Sunday network tilion, in the Saturday was entered J , .„.,,. I $35,000 Milwaukee Open I baseball will be carried as us-|Aug. 27-30 at the Tripoli Golf I ual by NBC and and CBS, as ' ' will the two weekly fight Qruska, publinx; Bob llurnak. Westmoor. 12,S4- I'eter I.angley, Ozaukee; Bob IIIIII*, North HtlU; Nick DemuH, Kenosha l--John tiolliiick, Westmoor; William Berkinan, Eau Claire; Uavitl penn, Ulai'khuwk, ;06 Steve Smith, Kenonha; John Ru»kin, BrynwooU; Hick Ratldcr, ItlKCkhawk v .r,/--. > i .r.,w. 1:12- Robert Hepflnuer, Whitewater; ual Iw NBC and and CBS, 88 rliib Ricky Jurack. We.stmoyr; Mike Klaheriy.; .,, . . . . i'-'"'Jr„ North Hills llaclnr Country Club Noon- Don Iverson. Rceil Mucken/.le, Jim Shepherd. 12;08 I.aiice Mellk, Tom Toihorit. Ralph Schllchl ri -,12 • Jlu»s Berkoben, Craig A\i»lrup, Terry Hanson. 12:IB l.arry Resnlck, Tom Anilerson, Jack fvlihm. 12;24 -Terry Aceto. Brad Walwraih, Terry John«on. 12:30-Curt Hinckley. Jeff Leonard. Don Kurten. 12:30 Ned Day, Keith ailmore, Bill Marlalt. 12:42 Pele Cooper, Rick Frojit, Jim Campen. 12:48-Fred Newell, David Clra»ka, Bob Hornak, 12:54-Peter Langley, Bob HUll-V Nick OemoH. 1-John aollnlck. William Bergman, David Penn, 1:08 atBve Smith, John Ruskin, Rick Radrier, 1:12 Robert Hcpfiniter, Ricky Jurack, Mike riaherly, Jr, MKAUOWBHOOK Noon—Robert Johnx, Jr., John Quick, Tim '/.wetller. 12:08- Mike Franklin, James Rltzen-,f| thaler. Rick Rowbottom 12:12 -Tom Pauly, Harley Wall, AIj McLean. 12:18-John Bahr, Dick Adamson, Wld Langley. 12:24- .... l.loyd Levin 2: .. I Demaret, who is a tele- i shows and the weekly CBS, vision personality, will serve as J racing. NBC Saturday started master of ceremonies for the • three weeks of racing from:awards presentation. Ij Monmouth. i Other entries announced byi The final race of that series,'the tournament director, Wally:; the Spaling Stakes op Aug. 8,JMoynihan, came from Jackie.j figures strongly in the 2year-|Burk, Frank Stranahan and;i Walter Burkemo, all big win PORTER TO CARDS .ST. LOUIS ~(;i')~ The St. i Louis Cardinals dipped into the American League for catching insurance Saturday, obtaining lighthitting J. W. Porter from the Washington Senators on waivers. ENDS TODAY! ners in big-time golf. STOCK CAR RACES SUNDAY NITE 12:24- Randy Robel. RoKcr Millard, oyd Levin 12:30 Doug Uingman, Phil Johnson, •• '^•-liam. Mason Rons, Jim Thlcl, Bteve Mike Stupar, Barbee, Jay DunhamT 1:2:38- Demos. 12:42 -Michael Smock, Kit Barrow. 12:48-Mlke .^-Johnson, Toby Richard Howard. _ , 12:64-Mike Obendorfer, Ricky Hammett, Mike Long. „ , I—Doui^ Bwenson, Richard Bwlft. Jr., '^'l"o6--Jer''ry Polacheck, Don Lecher, John Qary. , . „ 1:12 -Ralph Hastings, Jim CireUe. A, C, ^"•ifu -Mike Muth, BUI Johnson, Spencer echluetet. 28 Homes Sold In 2 Weeks Across from Horlick High CI 's NO MONEY DOWN TIME TRIALS .7:15 RACES 8:30 WAUKEGAN SPEEDWAY Wu>f Wa^hinqlon Si bctwcvn Green Buy Rd & Sl*okiu H v, ^ MA J »S40 Ffi-« forkinq Adults il 2S Chiidnin 2Sc Include* W Q II to i Wall Carpeting \ All Lot! Improved Threa Bedroom! Juit Your Signoture Moves You In Adjacent to Churchei, School!) 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