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Cle 7 227 8 .225 7 .208 97 4 .138 9 .118 E.Fisher Cal McDanlel NY S.Williams Mln PITCHING (2 or more decisions) IP 53 39 48 Phoebus Bal Lasher Det Cumberland NY Hunter Oak S.Hamlltpn NY Stance Bsn McDowell Cle J.Perry Min Palmer Bal R.May Cal J.NIekro Det Aker NY R.Hall Bal Horlen Chi Tlant Mln Kaat Min Lollch Oet Romo Bsn Culp Bsn , Plna Was f±m? Y »ra NY Lee Bsn Messersmlth Cal .. Coleman Wai , 43 «TO NY a II1 Chance "Cle ' 38 47 F.Peterson NY 45 " Drabowsky KC McNallv Bal Moore Cle Butler KC Peters Bsn SO W L ERA 15 2 0 0.4. 13 2 0 I.OL 12 5 0 1.10 10 2 1 1.15 ii i 1 Ifo 38 5 2 2.03 Hflf — .. — .- BraBender Mil John Chi Slebert Bsn Krausse Mil Hedlund KC Cain .Del Brunet Was raqo KC 12 41 45 7 34 26 18 50 49 7 62 65 25 20 20 44 35 1 40 43 14 20 18 6 25 S 46 .. 16 21 35 26 1 45 55 19 23 22 9 ._ _ 40 51 19 23 3 ,'] \l 1? ,f . 12 3? B 12 ? 29 30 13 " 12 _. 16 30 19 14 5 19 ' . 5.14 National, Leagne TEAM, UK Montrea INDIVIDUAL AM S n C te n( sra U' lAoney I,,. •lenderson SF ianqulllen Pah 6 96 12 32 12 27 10 36 - 21 '.I J 2? 3 ronzalez All llckman Chi 11 ?chAj en SIL lecklrt Chi iallagher SF rtays SF ..May Cln (Jackson Atl .amnbell so iplezlo SD (esslnger Chi 3ench Cln iizemore I.A vynn Htn :annlzzaro SD :arbo Cln :alllson Chi Torre StL -ee StL 24 87 8 .... 15 .288 20 .287 7 .287 . 12 .277 ianto _ . rrawford LA Pepltone Hln .Williams Chi aee NY „ < : errara SD lAcCarver Phi 14 .252 8 .25C 8 .250 30 .250 i :i 0 .246 4 .245 19 .245 20 .241 6 .236 13 .232 2:81 17 !267 10 .205 12 .204 12 .204 -anler SF Banks Chi D.Johnson Phi VI. Jones Mtl Helms Cln 3yer NY 9owa Phi WcCovey SF Stargell Pgh f.Jones NY Hunt; SD .OIIver Pgh azeroskl Pgh Maxvill StL 8 14 IB 24 fi. A. Ma . .lly SD Edwards Htn Morales SD ------- MM LaBoy- PITCHIN (1 or mor« " rCHINO i 1 ? Wfflfc 29 17 7 16 3 80 1 1 1! IS I , 44 44 14 22 5 42 40 9 26 4 . 45 40 12 28 0 2 l| 12 3 9 2 .amb LA jutton LA Selma Phi McGlothlin Cln Prlddy Atl •;.Stone Atl ' Jlnqer LA Robertson SP Becker Chl^ D 30 25 16 15 12 13 12 9 59 51 49 39 9 8 50 44 20 20 7 0 1 0 2 3.38 1 3 3.S 2 4 3.4 3 3 3.4: 3 1 3.4: zo / z J 1 BfU? 11 13 11 1 9 3 lenklns Chi .Holtzman Chi McCormlck SF Gibson StL Veale Pah Stoneman Mtl Santorinl SD Hartensteln Pgh C.Short Phi Waslewskl Mtl Perry SF Cladding Htn Jriles SIL. _ 7 2 0 39 11 26 3 1 43 13 43 3 2 57 13 31 2 4 KANSAS WINS REGISTER PHOTOS BY DAVE LEWIS No Passing Grades in Cyclone Spring Exam Quarterback Mike Fontanini fades to pass in three of 13 tries as five quarterbacks in the" 7-7 Iowa State's spring football squad game Saturday, game hit only 22 of 69 throws. Fontanini is junior- Dave Logue protects against inrushing defensive to-be from Des Koines! Logue, .from Fort Dodge, tackle Bill Bousquet. Fontanini completed mere and Bousquet, from Knoxville, will be sophomores. D*i Mairiw Sunday Rsgi - (th« Register's Iowa N«*s Service) AMES, IA. - ThfeeL records were set Saturday as |;ansas walked away frofn Iowa State and Southern Illinois in a triangular track meet. Kansas totaled 95 (Joints, Iowa State 43 and Southern Illinois^. Kansas' Karl Ssklb threw the shot 65-feet i-inch fdr a Clyde Williams Field mark. Salb also won the discus with a toss of 187-6. Southern Illinois' Ivory Crockett was clocked in 09.4 seconds in the 100-yard dash for a record and Iowa State's Dennis McGuire came* from behind to set a new two-mile mark of 9:06.4. Kansas took 10 firsts, including a 4:13.5 mile by Sioux City native Doug Smith. Iowa State's Dave McCurry was first in the 440 intermediate hurdles and Steve Leonhardt won the pole vault. THE RESULTS , Long lump — i. Phil Reaves (K), 23- Ipa/j; 2. Obed Gardiner (SI), 22-9; 3. Don Miller (SI), 22-334; 4. Bob Anderson (IS), \ (K), 1.54.5.; 2. 3. Roger Kathol ' ""' 1:56.6. Baseball COLLEGE Kansas State 10-7, Oklahoma 8-4 Wisconsin 1, Iowa 0 (second name, rain) Iowa State 4, Oklahoma State 5 (5 In- mas. rain) Northern Iowa 5-12. South Dakota 0-1 South Dakota State 3-3, Mornmgside 2-8 Buena Vista 9 William Penn 4 (second same, rain) Upoer Iowa 6-3, Central 3-7 Parsons 5-14, Loras 3-2 Dana (Neb.) 12-1, Northwestern 4-3 WHOSE? — Defensive halfback Steve Wardlaw (left) chases after pass-minded end Tom Woolwine as Red and White teams played to 7-7 standoff at Clyde Williams Field. Both will be sophomores next season. , 44 24 46 40 17 17 arllon SIL cMahon SF puton Htn lnzv SF riffin Htn par ma MM enko Mtl H.Reed Mtl GJackson Phi DILauro Htn Reberaer SF Me Andrew NY Moose Pan McGinn Mtl Clonlnger Cin 27 31 28 29 Association Averages luffalo, OC Inafrock, Evan owler, Den . Peterson, Evan usteck, Evan jndrahan, Iowa olbert, Wich auss, Tul .Imonle, OC Vomack, Ind stelle, Evan .'alters. Den luc, low* A. Lachemann, Iowa Marshall, OC ogli, lewa ebhard, Evan orbon, Ind lamende, Ind B,yLeven,Evan auzerlgue Mil bson Oak unker KC rr oo Chi Buriiach NY TEAMBATTINO OB Pet. 14 79 109 .303 10 J2 140 J94 Iowa Okla. City Indianapolis 81 142 204 48 92 128 40 88 123 Evansville Indianapolis Oklahoma City Denver Wichita Iowa Omaha TUlW INDIVID ? onneUy, in*c», Iowa de la Hoz, Ind artos, Den P«rk«r, Tul Chiles, OC Howard, slev, Wich Haydel, Evan 22 4 72 12 26 2 17 36 6 13 05 50 11 I 26 4 62 12 21 34 61 el R Duffy, Jnd ..-, Patterson, Den , Don Anderson, Ind Armstrong, Torres, OC Rico, Oma arrson, Oma Smith, Oen Schejnbium, Wich Camilll, Wich Nordberg, Evan Demeter, Tul Demeter, T Golay.OC Loot, Evan. Jim Mason, Den Hill, Evan carruthers, Wich Cra*fford Ind Powell, van inn,OC ntoomery, Oma . ,sor«aw!, low* alley, OC art. Wich rro, lo*» tl"," 42 38 22 42 36 39 20 19 14 15 5 11 32 34 12 19 U 1 ii 3? !? !? 6 5 4.60 4.71 4.74 4.89 4.95 5!(>6 5.11 m 2 1 5.63 23 . 5.91 4 6.33 3 6.43 1 6.75 0 2 8.18 1 3 9.75 0 311.30 1. 1 11.77 1 1 11.81 PITCHING RECORDS W L IP H SO ERA 1 0 0 0 0 0 002 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 0 14 624 6 44 530 " 2 00 0 4 0 6 11 1 10 6 8 0 15 11 4 0751 0 7 7 14 1 17 15 10 1 11 8 10 0 10 8 4 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.64 0!82 0.90 .20 .29 .29 .59 .64 00554 1 1 14 12 12 .- 1.93 9 3 2.00 5 13 2j 2 022 1315 2 3 * r 2.08 1 0 13 13 7 1 17 11 11 1 252321 1 24 13 11 fi 1 26 21 2< 0 16 11 10 1 19 14 15 1 21 18 16 2.08 2.25 2.42 2.81 2.84 3.00 Batting Leaders P* r c«n»Me-f«ne Tenace, Iowa, .447 uT n if Revn< " ds ' IOWa; Lee sar Cedeno, OC, 24 Total Basas-Cesar Cedeno, OC, 44 Two-base hlttl-Cesar Cedeno, OC, 8 Tfcr*e..base hUv-Cesar Cedeno, OC; lector Torres, OC, 3 Htm* rum-Gene Tenace, Iowa, 5 Runs-batted-in—Gene Tenace, Iowa, 18 Bases en balls-Lee Thomas, Tul; Gayen Pitts, Tul, 13 strIkeouls—Dwain Anderson, Iowa, 17 Stolen bases—Al Crawford, Ind; Carroll Chamblls*, Wich; Clyde Mashore, Ind, 4 CYCLONES- Continued /rom Page One was the game's leading rusher with 65 yards in 17 carries for the Red squad. Mike Palmer of the White team gained 39 yards, but needed 17 tries, to! reach that total. Amundson, a 6-foot 3-inch 210- pounder, gave the Whites a the tying touchdown in the third i completed six of 12. Amundson quarter. Owen Austreheim, a 5-5 150- pounder from Ames,' kicked the point that made it 7-7. The rest of the afternoon was take advantage of the other's errors. "For a while," Majors said, pummei, B dy C UK W uu» « ..^ ball was traveling back ". • first-quarter lead when he and forth like a yo . yo j Stowe "We lacked mental discipline passed for 100 yards, Carlson 98, Miller 50 and Fontanini 25. "I was pleased with the defensive work of Tony Washington, Andy Waller, Mark Withrow and John Griglione," Majors commented. "And I'm sure our passing would have been better if Otto flipped an 18-yard pass to Rich . Stowe, one able ' to of the best re cores OF All SPORTS , KJ, 6-2; 4. Gary Johnson Two mile — 1. .arry j, 4.7. ... - .. Dentils' McGuire (IS), ?:06.4; 2. Jay Mason (K), 9:08.2; 3. Dave Anderson (K), 9:09.5,' 4. Doug Smith (K), '440 'relay — 1. Kansas (Phil Reaves, Randy Julian, Julio Meade, Mickey Mathews;, :41.5; 2. Southern Illinois, :42.?; 3, owa State, :43.1. MIIC -, r. Doug NAIke Sofcrnon (K), .... D), -4:15.2; 4. Chuck i * 15.6. !» high hurdles-.1. Mike Bates (K. nsas State 3 sas 6 Oklahoma 4. Illinois 3-1, 'ptSrdiiY'l-O (first aams 15 nnlnqs) 'Mlchit Dordt ilaan 5-3. . _, Jordt 3-0. Dakota J ... Missouri 7, Colorado 2 Toledo o-o ' State 2-8 Mmunason 101, 31* sonlous (5), 48-11%. 100 dash — 1. I von ?•. Mickey. Malhews Minnesota 14-4. ^Northwestern 4-4 JUNIOR COLLEGE BOONE SUB-REGIONAL Mason City 7, Emmetsburn " Esthervlllr •' Manson II. _ Ellsworth 10, moawn v 1 ' 'J c'niiKi Estherville if. Eagle Grove : II, 1Estherville 0 (final) Isworth"l0, B'oorie'O Isworth. 11, Fort. Dodge l : ort Dodae nnlngs) 10. Webster Cltv i (10 Iowa Stale (Whites) 7 Football •COLLEGE (Reds) 7, Iowa State Golf COLLEGE Dana B'/7, Westmar 6'/j Westmar 11, Northwestern 4 Dana 11,' Northwestern 4 Central 12, Wartburg 6 Central 7, North Dakota State 5 North Dakota State 8'A, Wartburg Northern Iowa 320, Iowa State 321 Iowa Wesleyan Vh, William Pi 3W 6'A Track COLLEGE Wartburg 86, Central 48V*i, Uooer Iowa 45'A Ki Northern ..ansas 95, Iowa Stall 43, Southern Illinois 42 .Indiana State 73. Northern Iowa S» Illinois 50 Basketball . Los Angeles 109, Denver 107 (Los Anael. es wins best-of-seven series, 4-1) Tennis COLLEGE /Vartburg 2 Northwestern 2 (postponed. Central 7, Iowa 2; rain) Westmar 5. Dana (Neb.) 2 Northern Iowa 6, Luther 3 Soccer .GREATER DES MOINES Drake 2. Parsons 2 Hockey AMERICAN LEAGUE Buffalo S, Springfield* 2, Buffalo leads best-of-7 series 2-0. *andy Stlles (IS), ?!»<*'' '' KJ, 1-J6.4; 4. Dean Twedt Another Big Omaha Race ToPJWIJoy (Special Dispatch"to Thi Reflffitr) ..; OMAHA, NEB. - FWl JfojT came right back to Capture Saturday's $15,000 Ak-Saf-Ben Ambassadors' Handkap. The winner of last Saturday's handicap was a handy victor in the mud at $7.00. Pauls Domino, the probable favorite, was a mid-afternoon scratch when the track came up muddy. —Jockey Danny Whited' had four winners and a second Tor the day. The betting went to $1,120,042, a big gain over the second Saturday of 1969 when it was $999,356. There will be no racing Tuesday due to the Nebraska election. Action will resume Wednesday with a 2 p.m. card. Special 880 — ta,. .2:09.4;. . 2. Bill Lasrange, Ames, , .; . asrange, mes 2:16.3; 3., Rich Greeno, Sioux Falls, 2:17.4 4. Ph I Pearson, Ames, 2:28.3. Pole vault ^- 1. Steve Leonhardt (IS) 1W; 2. Bill Hatcher (K), 15-0; 3. Larry .asclo (SI), 15-0; 4. Doua Bloomquist (IS), 440 Intermediate hurdles — 1. D McCurry (IS), :S4.6; 2. Bill Buzzard (, -S5.1; 3. Mike Bates (K), :56.9; 4. Derek Goudoe (IS). :57.0. C&U • h lump — Rod Mur Leschner (SI), 6-4; 3. *% Mile TKf, 4]i'5Vt; 3. Rosei 4. Chuck Schneider 4:13.5; 2. ! r Kathal (IS), 14.V;'j:"t>aye"''McCurrv'"(TS),""lV.7;"i! LarryJlelneke (K), :15.9, — i.-.Jy . hig 2. andy Julian (Kl, :48.9; . .— . .._, :49.1; 3. Jim Simpson IS), :49.9; 4. Bob Morrow (SI), ;50.5, Shot put — 1. Karl Salb (K), 65-1; 2. Steve Wllhelm (K), 6M1'A; 3. George Isgn (IS), 51-9'/a; 4. DarrelT Jan- 440 dash — ....- .Fran.Lonj^lS) Amund 100 dash — 1. Ivory Crockett (SI), :09.4; _. Mickey Malhews (K), :09.5; 3. Julio Meade (K), :09.6; 4. Stan Patterson (SI), Jave|ln —• 1. Sam Colson ravelin — l. jam ^uiauil IINU/, 44\M 1 2. Don Tindall. (SI), '190-8; 3. Steve Holm (KU , 175-7; 4. Rich Scherer (IS), 157-1. -'- ' • - ' (Jim Wai- Edmondson, s, 3:20.5; 3. Mile relay—1. Iowa State strom. Jim Simpson, Bruce : ran Long,), 3:18.7; 2. Kansas, Southern Illinois, 3:33.5. Triple Jump-1. Don Miller (SI), .. .,, 2. Obed Gardiner (SI),. 49-8; 3. Gary John- Bob ,on.(K Discus-^" Karl "S8lb"{ ' ...... .. Karl Sal Roug.Knop JK1, 185-9;. (K), 167-10 1). i Anden .8.. (IS) orge Amundson (IS), 163 FIRST-$3,300 4-Up, Claiming 13,2S«, i furlongs: Jedmark (Burns) $16.90 $10.20 $ 8.40 Steem (Stalllnas) 14.00 9.40 Coral Klna (Blrzer) 12.60 Time, 1:13 2-5 (track muddy). Also ran—Ovvay, Meadow Mouse, Dee's College Girl, Revel's Reward, Grand Cash, Buck Shot, Snow Cream, Jubilant Miss, Chancellor. SECOND-$3,900, 4-UP, claiming 15,500, t furlongs: Sasa Sonq (Barnes) $28.40 $10.00 $5.40 Jack'Host (Whited) 7.40 4.20 M H'S Galaxy (Durouseeau) 3.00 Time 1:13 2-5. Also ran-Dlebel Abbey, Blnuny, Screech, Otoe Boy, Velvet Gal. Wheel of Blue, Grand Onion, Dicky Dan, Mandy 2nd. Dally double (program numbers 9 and 4-up, claiming $3,550, 12.60 5.60 3.60 10.60 6.60 6.60 7) paid 5410.60. THIRD-11,500. mile-16th: Ko'kua (laCobell) Ku KU (Petersen, Gav Willie (Strauss) Time 1:483/5. Also .... Throe Rewards. Sallfin, Ernies Rustle Up, Landscape. Painter, Measure. Tactics, Up, Landscape. Painter, Wenoa, .Capitol. Mac. ^ , , Squad Mendv Lady. Fourth-*5,»«, Nebraska-bred 3'», al- 7.00 4.80 4.00 24.00 8.60 4.60 . . Also ran— Rlppolee, Sun Pink Orchid, Spllnler, Sickles Nebraska-bred 3's, allow- urns) Flfth-SMM, i . ince, S'/i furlongs: ieemsaway (WhlTed) 10.60 ^ebel Hawk (Cajderon) om Skelly (R Houghfon) 5.60 3.80 5.40 3.40 2.80 Hagley Romps-- PreaknessNext? NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) — Hagley led most of the way for a two-length victory over Delaware Chief Saturday in the ninety-fifth running of the $59,700 Withers Stakes at Aqueduct. The victory may have earned Hagley a shot at the $150,000- added Preakness next Saturday at Pimlico. Hagley ran the mile in one minute 34.8 seconds for a payoff of $5.20, $2.60, and $2.20. NORTHWESTERN DRILL EVANSTON, ILL. (AP) The purple first-string squad whipped the white team, 35-0, in Northwestern's annual spring football game Saturday. Time 1:12 T-S. Also ran-Counterfleet, Col Frib, Mada Yam, Errards Cake, Princess Norma, TOP Bout. SIXTH-14,500, 3-UP, allowance, t furlongs: Dark Star King (Whited) S 9.40 $ 4.20 t 3.00 Zorba 2nd (Jones) 3.80 2.80' Arrowdan (Letting) 2.80 Time 1:12 4-5. Also ran-0 Be Joyful, Tin Horn, Missile Pit. SEVENTH-M.500, 3-up, allowance, mile-70- Candl's Prince (Whited) $7.20 $3.60 $2.60 I'm In Favor (lacobell) 7.40 4,00 Nopal II (Strauss) • 3.80 Time 1:46 2-5. Also ran Featherwood, Vlckl's Choice, Hets Cadet. EIGHTH-S15.000, 3's, Ak-Sar-Ben Ambassadors Handicap, 6. iwlojiqii. (Bannowsky) Flyer ^Strauss, ... h. Ten! •fo.RHiM-4* Marty's Gem (Whited) Wllll Ballon (Inda) Fast Gas VMabond Modern SarhYtenlnb 'PrideT'RoyarFran 6.40 4.40 , , 5.00 Also ran—Special Dunce, ces, cUlmlni, mile-70: 10.40 onty's Flash (Stalllngs] Exacta (numbers 1 and 9) Time 1:46 2-5. Also ran-EI l, Port of • C milt... 5.20 5.00 4 -«* IS fire, SHOE RIDES TWO INGLEWOOD, CALIF. (AP) —Jockey Bill Shoemaker rode winners in both divisions of the Argonaut Stakes at Hollywood Park Saturday, winning with Western Welcome in the first section and Colorado King Jr., in the second. Kohler with 4 minutes 49 sec- all day. We had three field covers in the Big Eight Con onds remaining. | goals and one punt blocked and Terence, couldn't participate be- R n «.» vLir • ! there's no excuse for that,"!cause of a collarbone injury. Rogers Kick . said MajorS) who watched tne | _J_L Jim Rogers of Rock Rapids, j game from the press box as his:. younger brother of Nebraska j assistants handled things~on the; kicking star Paul Rogers, added Individual Statistics We Donald Cannon Carlson McCurry Fontan ni Miller RUSHING No. Net •17 65 10 16 8 1 1 10 1 6 3 -11 1 Net Johnson Harris Palmer Miller Zuk No. 'I 'L» •3 12 Carlson Starts Dean Carlson, a transfer from j Rochester (Minn.) Junior Colis/ lege,_started at;quarterback for five times in-'17 passing tries. Mike. Fontanini of the Reds Re*.: ;/ A55 ' N No. cemp. Yds.iwent three.-for .13. and.BiU Mil-. Carlson 17 5 98ii Q ,. ,,,\, n «ixi,»j r t.n. *- Fqntanlni 13 3 White No. Come. ' lyndsorr 27 a RECEIVING Yds. Slier, who placed for both teams, ?6 ' ' \ED-7 .—-.. M ,'» el »J!'.. Lorenz, Wilkinson, Red McC Curry McDonald Lorenz No. White t Palmer "lichardson lohler larrls Dem ing Johnson Mulhall the extra point that made it 7-0. ='., - Pauling, JahnK, Losue. — Boonar, JeffrTes, Griglione, urns, Ever- , aey. McKinney. Martinson. Guards — Harm, Lorber, Bi Banger" ~ ittman ' SuBon- Caratelli, «,? l {?i rte . rbac ^ s x, - Carlson, '." Fontanini,- Washington, Gattone, Austrheim. • Tailbacks — Cannon, Shellabarger, Ba iacj, Schwelzer. F"u I i Richardson, Pitching Leaders Reuss, Earntd-run-ivrragi—Jerry 'Wins—Vlnce Colbert, Wich; Lachemann, Iowa. 3 ' - Tgl. Marcel -land Shllflett, Evan; Jerry Bill Rohr. Wich, 3 ' Saves— Pat House, Ind, 3 ' Strikeouts— Sclplo Spinks, OC, 28 Bases on balls— ScloloSolnks, oc, 18 Innings pitched— Resale Cleveland. Tui. Hits allewed-Reagle Cleveland, Tul, 33 Home run» allowed— Ross Grimslev. Ind, 5 _ . ...backs — McDonald, Jacobsen, Steckmesser. ...-•• „ . , „. „ A . ,.,f,!? nllers ^-7. M =Cury, Hlldeo, Sabatinl, Rain was falling at the time, j wmiams, Gatton r e ( . (TE _ ? but quit later. Jcu E cn? 5 Ga'r7t,Kr J a l ka U . Palien ' _,, .... , , ,' , ' Tackles — Barnes, Murdock, Duymuiun, The Whites had a SCCOnd-and- i Bassett, Carlson, Christensen, kratochyll. ; Guards — Belluz, Withrow, Seeliser, McKilloo. Centers — VanLangen, Stroup, Schroeder, Snell, Schafer, Fitzpatrick. Quarlerbakcs — Amundson, Miller, Karber, Stelnmueller. Rogers. Tailbacks — Johnson, Palmer, Wardlaw, Usmall, Allen, Mueller. • Fullbacks — Harris, Zuk, Tisdale, Park- six situation on the Red 15 when Sabatini, a sophomore-to-be from Oak Lawn, 111., picked off Amundson's pass on the three and raced down the sideline te 0 1 12 12 10 01644 20324 2 1 25 2» 19 0 0 22 20 16 0 0 11 10 14 1 1 19 25 15 3.00 3.00 3.00 i 3.24 3.27 3.27 3.32 01783 0 1 9 < 4 4.00 0 3152112 4.20 2 0 16 15 IS ,.-. 1 0 12 11 5 4.50 00414 4.50, 0 0 2 5 3 4.50 00230 4.50 0 1 15 14 22 4.80 0 0 11 13 14 4.91 1 0 20 20 10 4.95 0 14 15 16 5.14 0 12 11 6 5.25 1 22 28 20 1 20.23 17 1 10 8 11 0532 2 242428 1 2 1 2 2 27 33 17 0 1 14 17 10 5.32 5.40 5.40 5.40 5.68 5.67 5.79 6.00 ID i £ v v v i*-» ^uiiii* wrai T? fi r tf?"fl .Tis'sdweiifirroi » I l t T I Ittt weSSiTiiid 0 2 15 25 _.__ 1 1 12 12 10 6.00 0 6 5 4 6.00 1350 6.00 1 7 a 5 6.1(3 2 19 21 16 6.63 1 S 7 6 7.20 0 5 6 2 7,20 1 11 13 * 1.18 1 12 24 4 9.00 0 10 » t 9.00 07 8 »"W» 1174 9.00 Now you can get Green Colonial All Seasons who WIN the^ INDIANAPOLIS 54th ANNUAL •> IXUiHWl U M ;«tf nuVMilil I" iUt iu au»|n>.u< SAT.. 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