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Professional Baseball llllfillllllllMMIIIIIIlnMIIIIIMIinMIIIIIIMIMIII American League East W L Pd GB New York Detroit M i l w a u k e e Baltimore Cleveland Boston 15 12 10 11 10 10 West .600 .545 .526 .524 .455 .435 1 2 2'A 3V4 5 Texas 13 9 .591 California 13 11 .542 Oakland 11 11 .500 Chicago 10 I I .476 Minnesota 9 12 .429 Kansas C. 8 14 .366 Friday's Results Oakland 3.'Cleveland 1 California 2. Baltimore 0 New York 5, Kansas City 4 Detroit 4. Minnesota 3 Chicago 10. Milwaukee 3 Texas al Boston,.ppd., rain Saturday's (lames Detroit (Lolich 1-4) at Minnesota (Woodson 1-1) Chicago (Bahnson 2-2) at Milwaukee (Colborn 1-0 Texas (Jenkins 5-1) at Boston (Wise 21) Cleveland (G. Perry 3-1) at Oakland (Blue 0-3) Baltimore (McNally 2-2) at California (Ryan 3-3), N New York (Slolllcmyre 5-1) at Kansas City (Spliltorff 2-2) N Sunday's Games Cleveland at Oakland. 2 Baltimore at California New York at Kansas City Detroit al Minnesota Chicago at Milwaukee Texas at Boston, 2 SAFE AT THIRD . . . Houston's Bob Watson barges safety into third on a single to centerjield by teammate Ue May. SI. Louis third baseman Ken Reitz tost the ball on the relay throw. Umpire John McSherry looks over the play. (AP Wirepholo) St. Louis Montreal Pliilaphia Chicago New York Houston Cincinnati San Fran Atlanta San Diego National League East W 13 Streakers Aid Rally Houston Flails St. Louis fl 11 8 8 West Hi 11 12 12 I ! 11 8 12 12 14 10 10 12 13 14 Pel. .542 529 .478 .4110 .615 .524 .500 .480 .440 (IB 4 1 /2 3 4 2VS 5 5« 6 7 Friday's Results Houston 4, SI. Louis 1 Philadelphia 2. Los Angeles 1 Chicago 6. Cincinnati 5 Pittsburgh 4, Atlanta 2 San Francisco at Montreal, ppd., r a i n San Diego at New York, pprl., rain Saturday's Games Cincinnati (Nelson 1-2) at Chicago (('railing 2-1) San Francisco (Bradley 2-3) si Montreal (Torre/. 3-1) San Diego (Jones 2-4) at New- York (Matlack 2-1) A t l a n t a (Niekro 3-2) at Pills- burgh (Hooker 0-2) SI. Louis (Sieberl 2-1) at Houston (Roberts 4-2), N f.os Angeles (Sulton 4-1) at Philadelphia (Lonhorg 1-2), N Sunday's Games St. Louis at Houston San Francisco at Montreal San Diego al New York Los Angeles at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Chicago A t l a n t a at Pittsburgh Professional Basketball By Thc Associated Press All Series Besl-of-7 NBA Finals Friday, May 3 Boston 95. Milwaukee 83 Boston leads 2-1 Sunday. May 5 Milwaukee al Boston, afternoon Tuesday, May 7 Boston at Milwaukee Friday, May 10 Milwaukee at Boston, if nee- HOUSTON (AP) -- T h e slreaking Houston Astros even have some fans slreaking. Immediately after two female streakers appeared in the Astrodome Friday nighl, the Astros scored three runs to break 1-1 lie and defeat the St. Louis Cardinals. 4-1. It was (he Astros* fourth sliaighl viclory and Iheir eighth in Ihe last 11 games. It all happened in the bottom of the seventh inning the streaking by the Iwo females ir right field and the Astros' three r u n uprising which brough Cluadc Obteen his fourth victo '.V. Third baseman Doug Rader whose single knocked in a pail of r u n s in the seventh, called i 'home ficlrl advantage." "They ( t h e streakers) did i refore we hit, not before they the Cardinals) did," Rader said. "I told Osleen soon as il happened, 'We'll score live runs for you now.' " Rader was close in bis pre- diclion. The Astros p u t . four men on base and scored three es after the streakers did a disappearing act through an exit in the outfield wall. Osleen, now 4-2. finished strong, allowing only two hits over Ihe final five innings. He allowed nine hits overall. BEST PERFORMANCE "This is the best I've thrown all season." Osteen said. "1 hue good rhythm and I was nol It-rowing againsl my body. Ms arm didn'l feel lired at all Tliat shows you what gooc rhythm will do." Simons Leaps Past Blancas In Nelson Open DALLAS (AP) -- "Aspirin makes me jittery." said blond Jim Simons. But popping painkillers has ban no visible effect on his performance ii Ihe $150,000 Byron Nelson Goll Classic. Simons, tlie former amateur sensation from Wake Forest said he takes a minimum o eight aspirin a day lo case the *|pain from a case of lendonili. in his left shoulder. He showed no signs of sires: Friday as he slashed si: strokes from Preslon Trail' par with a 65 for a 133 total am a two-shot, lead at Ihe halfway poinl in tlie battle for Ihe $30, 000 first prize. Simons, who led the 1971 U.S Open after three rounds as brash young amateur, swep past erratic Homero Blanca: the firsl round leader, with flurry of birdies on putts of 2i five. 10. 10. 15. 14 and 14 feet. Blancas dropped lo secon place will] 65-70--135. Wilh only a single bogey, Simons, nine-under-par I'or 36 holes, was Iliree ahead of an- ollier sharpshooliug youngsler, Tom Watson, and veteran Bruce Cramplon, Walson shredded Ibc 6,957- yard, par 71 course with a 66 and Crampton had a 69. Both had 135 totals. In an unprecedented assault on par here. 40 players dipped under regulation, including thc trio at 137--Kennit Zarlcy Whose 65 was just a shot off his inning own course record; Jerry ally came off Alan Foster who McGce. with a 66; and Hale Iri n _ win, with a 67. nng. The lone run he had givenL^Ji^^Sc^rgro^ ID was Lee May's home run in O f five players within striking he fourth, his f i f t h of the sea- distance al 138. ; ou. Less fortunate was Arnold Bob Walson and Lee May sin- p a lmer, relentlessly pursued by ;lcd to start the rally and Milt believers and bogeys. Palmer's May was intentionally walked to ^.74 missed the 144 cut by just loright drove in a pair. Mik one sno i fill the bases. Hader's hit to oiber notable casualties were right drove in a pair. Mike defending Garman replaced Foster and \Vadkins Nor»hwe«f Arkormw T1MIS, Sol., Moy 4, 1974 r A V l T T E V I L L I , AHI«*N«A« · 3 Boston Back In The Drivers Seat After Pounding Milwaukee 95-83 BOSTON (AP) -- The Boston I the Celtics into the series lead, eltics are back in the driver's] "The i"css did it." Heinsonn said. "Everybody wo?kcd on cat with full court pressure i s neir key in a showdown with' ' he Milwukec Bucks for the Na- ional Basketball :harnpionsbip, Association The Celtics took a 2-1 lead in he best-of-scven series with a 5-83 victory Friday n i g h t , and mmedialely trained their sights on the fourth game here Sunday afternoon. "If we beat them Sunday, hen we'll really put Ihem in "a lolc," Boston Coach Tommy ilcinsohn said after the Celtics v i r t u a l l y ran the Bucks, p a r - 'ioularly 7-foot-2 Kareem Abdul- Jabbar, into (he ground. Boston's fast break, pioneered by Bill Russell nearly 2C years ago. Abdnl-Jabbar. picked up his third personal foul. H a n k Finkcl. a veteran with The Celtics Ihe first he press out there. Thai's our just six minutes of action in 13 offensive weapon. We got a previous playoff games this good start in thc first period spring, replaced Cowens. I'm- nd then we played super de- kel responded w i I h three key baskets and held Abdul-Jabtiar to one field goal in thc second period as Boston hit the intermission svilh a 51-37 advantage. Then Cowcns returned. The big red-haired center and John llavlicek went on a third-period tear, Cowcns scoring 14 points and his leam caplain 10 as Ihe Celtics widened Iheir advantage game 98-83 in Milwaukee last Sunday, bul the Bucks came back in the second game lo win 105-96 in overtime after losing a 17-point lead. The Bucks hardly knew what hit them in Ihc first period Friday night. The Celtics built a 32-11 lead' by hitting 13 of 21 to 77-59. field goal attempts in the f i r s t 1 Cowens finished with 30 11 minutes. I points and llavlicek 28. Abdul- Howcvcr, the Celtics ran i n l o ' J a b b a r . who slowed to a walk a little tremble at that stage as ._ = _. and tight, head-1 Dave Cowens. who had nine knocking defensive tactics sent I points while . playing against and needed a brief rest midway through the final period, had 26 points. The Astros seventh champion 75-73--148: and L a n n y Julius Miller Tommy Helms singled in the Boros. 72-74--146; fourth mm. Barber, 74-71 ..... -145. Osieen gave up a run in the j ac |; Nicklaus, Tom Weis- firsl on Lou Brock's single and kopf. Johnny Miller and Gary ' it in the fourth with his home run, an opposite field shot to right. Royals Slip Deeper Into Division Cellar essary Sunday, May 12 Boston al Milwaukee, afler- nnon. if necessary ABA Finals Saturday.May 4 Ulah at New York, New York leads 1-0 Monday, May 8 New York at Ulah Wednesday. May 8 New York at Utah Friday, May HI tJlah at New York, if necessary S a t u r d a y , M a y I I New York at Ulah, if neccs- sarv Tuesday, May H U l a h at New York, if necessary By THK ASSOCIATED PRESS Joe Hoerner came oul of Ihe bullpen and gave Ihe New York Yankees a lift. Trouble is. he pilches for (he Kansas Cily Royals. The reliever aslonished al- mosl everyone in Royals Sla (Mum -- including himself -- b hilling Iwo consecutive batli Lo help Ihe Yankees forge a 5-' victory Friday night. "I never did that before in my life," said Hoerner after h second hit balsman forced ii Yankees' go-ahead run ii Ihe seventh inning. The loss dropped Hie Royal deeper into Ihe America: League West basement. In the other America League games, the Chicag White Sox routed the waukce Brewers 10-3; ttie De Iroil Tigers nipped Hie Mil nesola Twins -1-3; Hie Oaklan A's Irrmmed thc Cleveland In dians 3-1 and Hie California A gels blanked Ihe Baltimore Or otes 2-0. Rain postjxned I h game between Texas and Bo ton. WHITE SOX 10, BREWERS 3 B r i a n Downing's tlirce-ri lomcr highlighted a seven-run Philly Reliever Preserves Victory Over Jt Chicago Edges Past Cincinnati 6-5 15th theft of the season and Ted player are 'not playing in Hie Sizcmoi'c's single. Lee May tierl|iaurnameat. Stars Hope They've Found Defensive Key third over over i n n i n g , leading Chicago Milwaukee. Milwaukee. The The viclory viclory Crisler Voted Award KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Former Michigan football coach Herbert 0. "Friliz" Crisler was presented the Robert R. Ney- lanrt Award Friday nifihl for his contributions to college football. Crisler received Ihe award, named after the late Tennessee coach and athletic director, at the annual banquet of Ihe East Tennessee Chapter of the National football Hall of Fame. s the ninth in 12 games for Chicago, which jumped on Brewer loser Clyde Wright. 3-J, or eight runs before he left with one oat in the Ihint. TIGERS 4, TWINS 3 Willie ' Horlon cracked a Ihree-run homer in the sixth inning. leading Detroit past Min nesota. *y THE ASSOCIATED TRESS Some people -- like pitchers i :ririie Walt of the Philadelphia Chillies Hrul Jerry ReuSs of the 'iltsburgh Pirates -- are never alEsficti. "It's one you can't Uirow too ften and get ,a\vay with it u p n the strike zone," reliever Valt said of the pitch he threw uisl Jimmy Wynn of Los Ange- es with the bases loaded and wo out in the n i n t h inning Frilay night to preserve the Phils' 2,-t viclory over the Dodgers. "I've haci better stuff as far as velocity is concerned," sair , who scattered eight hits ami posted his first triumph o! .lie season in t h c Pirates' 4-2 lecision over the Atlanta Braves, In the only other Nationa League action, the Houston As Iros downed the St. Louis Car riinals 4-1 and the Chicago Cub nipped the Cincinnati Reds 6-5 San Francisco at Montreal am San Diego at New York were rained out, K K V HITS Willie Montanex delivered home run and a kev single fo Hie Phillies and Watt's chitc elief pitching preserved Ro chueler's first victory of 111 eason and the Phils' first ove ,os Angeles after seven coi ceutive setbacks dating bac o last Aug. I I . Schuelcr was forced to leav Tech Names New Aid KUSSKU,VIU,E. Ark. (AP) -- Rick Thone was n a m e d Fri day to succeed Don Sevier as assistant football coach and in Crisler in 18 years as head stnictor of safely education a' coach at Minnesota, Princeton Arkansas Tech. and Michigan posted a record of l l f i victories. 32 losses and n i n e ties. He is former chairman of Ihe NCAA college football rules committee. in tlie eighth with two split ails en his pitching hand. Wall atne on to start the ninth anc tcvc Garvey and Ron Ccy, the rst two hatters, singled, Tom aciorek bit into a force at sec nd but Joe Ferguson walked oading the bases. However, Bill Russell ground cl to s h o rt slo p La r r y Bo wa vhose throw home forced Gar ey. W y n n then struck out to ml the game. FOUR-RUN BURST A four-run burst off Atlanta' loric Harrison in the third ii j enabled Pittsburgh lo tin* jack tlie Braves. Rcuss startc( lie uprising with a walk, won o third on Richie Hcbner' ioublc and scored on Al 01 ver's infield out. The other rims crossed o Willie SlargeU's double, Da\ Parker's triple and a wild pitch ny Harrison. Reuss survived a L wo-run double by Rowland Office in thc sixth. 11 was Hank Aaron Night al Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium, but baseball's all-lime home run king remained in thc Braves' hotel with a touch of the f l u . CUBS 6, R K D S 5 Rick Monday of the Cubs slammed a two-run homer in (lie bottom of the n i n t h inning after Pete Rose had put (he Reds ahead 5-4 with a llircc-run homer in the top of the ninth. UNIONDALE, N.Y. (AP) 'here is still some question wul Iraw which Utah Star will Ihe unenviable assign- ncnl of guarding Now York Vets superstar Julius Erving, nit Stars Coach Joe Mullaney las -- at least -- decided on a strategy. "We'll try lo help out on him and deny him the ball," Mulla- iey said before tonight's second *ame in the bcst-ot-seven scries or the American Basketball Association championship. If Mullaney 1 s charges can't 'allow through on that assign Derby Race Lacks Flair 01 Other Years LOUISVILLE. Ky. (AP) -- "I am really embarrassed," said the lady in the pink hat. sipping on a mint julep, "1 don't know the name of a single horse in the Derby this year." "Just a bunch of hutnply- dumpUes," remarked a male companion with an all knowing "A really nondescript field," commented another once-a-year track b u f f . "Any one of the 23 horses could take it." From another corner came a high - pitched soprano voice tinged with resignation. "Well, at least, it's nice for the office pools." It is a .shame that the IflOlh anniversary of Hie world's most famous thoroughbred horse race might h a v e to go down in the annals as Ihe Ho Hum Ken- ucky Derby. If so, il is an unjustified affront to one of America's great sporls spectacles. R t a m e Secretarial, This massive-shouldered, pencil-legged chestnut jewel of ^ Ihorougiv the oublic. T h e fans yawn at anything short of a super horse. The 1974 Kentucky Derby provides a graphic example ol this philosophy. Tliere will be a tremendous crowd -- there al ways is. But the centennial Dcr bv. insofar as general appea is concerned, suffers because o the Absence of a Scc-eiat'i NO SUPER HORSE There may he a super hors in the unwieldy record filed but he hasn't had" a chance to assert himself. Maybe it's big. strong R u b e The Great. Judgcr or Cannonade or ROYAL VISITORS . . . Princess Margaret makes a picture of her sister's horse Daisy Chain and her foal, as her photographer husband, Lord Snowden, looks on. Princess Margaret toured the Derby Dan Farm Friday where she saw Daisy Chain who belongs to Queen Elizabeth. (AP Wirephoto) Centennial Derby Draws Field Of 23 LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- g a l medication. Butazolidin, In Speeds Fall Off Sharply For Winston 500 Miler TALLADKGA. Alii. (AP) -- marie it in al-150.377. And it The. big racing stock cars are'was down past n i n t h phice in slowing down on the Taslesi speedway. Not exactly lo a rate Ihal would be acceplable on a mile per hour freeway. world's I t l i e 1073 lineup before anybody |got below 184 m.p.h. Not only Ibat. the difference Soccer Debut DALLAS -- The Boslon Min ulemen will make Iheir North American Soccer League dehul tonight in a meeting with Kyle Rote Jr. and his Dallas Tornado. The Minnlenien will be oul to try to slop Role, who led the league in scoring as a rookie last season. Dallas opened its season last week with Rote scoring the first goal of the season in a 2-1 victory over St. Louis. Rote took thc field only few hours a f t e r signing a Thone, who will assume his rlulics July 1. is a 1972 graduate of Tech. Athletic Director D o n , Dcmpsey made Ihe announcement. Scvicr resigned recently lo accept a position as coordinator of physical education, health and safely education for the fiussellville school system. Dempsey said Thone, an NAIA A l l - A m c r i c a n receiver in 1971, would coach Tech's defensive hacks. Fie also will serve in the Physical Education Dej a r t m e n t under Dr. Keith Wills. Thone currently is working as a safety engineer. Sevier, a 1957 graduate of Tech. joined the Tech slaff in [ M a y . 55[between f i r s t and 15th place in Bl]ti' i l s *- J' car ' s s t a r t i n g order was a ,,,'ilch s?mve'r"ihar"lhcv"isc(l to "hopping I-I.OSD m.p.h This r(]n · iyear. from f i r s t place Pearson ' .. _ ,,,, , , [ l o l.ith-place Clifton "Coo Coo" David Pearson, a M-ycar-old M ] j n , h c di( f crc . IK , e is on | y SI million career winner from ^ Q-^ nl n h Sparlanburg, S.C has Ihc pole " T j l( , rc .,' sr , n for , n n ,,,.,,,, [n posilion for S u n d a y s $162,500 SIeo( | is ; , ,«,«, carburetor rule at Alabama incut. Erving might repeat his 47-poinl performance of Tuesday night's 89-85 New York victory and Ihe Slars would rclurn lo 'Sail Lake Cily wilh an 0-2 rlcficit. Ulah rookie Bruce Seals opened againsl "Dr. J" bul Kr- vintf hroke loose for 41 of his points, and Willie Wise appeared stronger when given his chance against New York's top gun- Should Wise start a g a i n s t F,r- ving tonight, he won't slay ir t h a t position for too long, according to Mullaney. "I can't go to Willie and tell him to expect lo play K r v i n " -IS minutes. I can't sacrifice him at the offensive end." Mullaney said. Wise, w i t h a 22.'I point average, is Utah's leading offensive player LEG I N J U R Y Things might be helped slightly should Krving's chronically lender left leg f l a r e up igain. ft forcrd the ABA's Most V a l u a b l e Player oul of Tuesday night's contest in the closing minutes. The Stars could he confident t h a t their shooting will improve, as thcv managed onlv 33 baskets in no shots Tuesday n i g h t for ·!! per cent effective ness. New York compiled t slightly bctlcr -IB per cent on 30 of 81 shots. Injuries continue (o h a m p e r xlh clubs. Center 'Mmo RcaU lidn't even m a k e the t r i p due o a groin infection and his re tlacement. hespecladed Gcrak CJovan. is hampered by a swol en left knee which he say; lampers his l a t e r a l movement T h a t cut the Stars lineup lo 1 · i e n . The Nets will start Ervin" comet out of the West. Agilate. Of the 32 major 3-year-old stakes races tills spring, there d i f f e r u l winners. In every major 3-ycar-old race in Florida, there was a different winner. Jurigcr won the Florida Derby. On the Pacific Coast. Agilate won the California Derby hut the Sanla Anita Derby went to Destroyer. Under normal conditions, the 1974 Kctucky Derby could have q u a l i f i e d as one of the most intriguing. Woody Stephens has an explosive duo in Judger and Cannonade. Agit a t e , t h e veteran Bill Shoemaker on his back, gives thc Pacific Coast a knockout punch. R u b e Thc Great, winner of the Gotham and the Wootl igs a strong challenge, from the East. good Derby, de- spile ils record size. Rut there is no Secretarial. Thre is no C i t a t i o n . There is no Majestic Prince. Not on Ihe surface, anyhow. And when there is no super The Kentucky Derby was a hale anil h a r d y IOD years old today, nourished by some of the mosl memorable events in sports. Past Derby birthday parties have been marked hy victories by longshol Donerail. the filly Regret and Secretariat; the stretch buttle between Don Meade and Herb Fisher; Bill Shoemaker misjudging the finish line, and tlie disqualification of Dancer's Image. Today's centennial drew a record 23 3-ycar-olds. Post lime was 5:30 p.m. EOT. with television coverage by CBS from 5 p.m.-lj p.m. and radio coverage, also by CBS, from 5:15 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. RIGfiEST PAYOKK Donerail carried Roscoe Goose lo a half-length yiclor over favored Ten Poinl in 191? for a w r ining muluel payoff ol $184.90. highest in Derby his lory. Two years later Regret he came part of tlie Derby lc-»en his system. First place went to Forward Pass anr[ first money went to Calumet Farm image's owner, after Dancer's Peter Fuller. lost a legal battle to keep tha urse. PRESENT DERBY RULES Under pi-Dseiu Kentucky rae- ng rules a horse cannot be disqualified if a post-race test " nds traces of Butaxolidin as long as ils use has been reported to the state steward and it has not been administered the day of the race. Shoemaker has won mor» ces, slakes and money lhan any jockey in history and he also won three Derbies. Bui Ihe Derby he is hc-r,t remembered for was one he tost. In 1937 Shoemaker was leading on Gallant Man when he stood up at the sixteenth pole, thinking it was the f i n i s h . The mistake caused Gallant Man to lose- hy a nose lo Iron Liege. Iron Liege's victory was the firsl of five for Bill Hartack which tied him with Eddie Arcaro as the winningeu rider of three-year Tornado. contract wilh the rile monster track where only 'our years ago stock cars were jouncing around at 200 m.p.h. Pearson's speed in a m i n i - e n - gincd Mercury was 186.086 i n . p h The next three starters, Gary Bottenhausen in a Matador in the other front row spot, and George Pollmcr and Dan Daughlry occupying Ihc second row in small-engineri Fords, got as late as this same race last m.p.h. FASTER TIMES These speeds wouldn't have !i«;iimposrl by the N a t i o n a l Asso-- a i.M61 c i a tion for Stock Car A u t o Rac'. Thc rule tends to favor t h e mid si/cd engines now in vogue ttic auiomobile showrooms versus the huge engines t h a t roared out of Detroit in the muscle cars of tlie l%0s. The rule gives tlie l i t t l e en gine a bigger carburetor t h a n those allowed on Ihe big jobs. Thus thc little jobs now are producing horsepower equal to and in some cases more than the big engines. In any event, the small en although Ihe left lea may hi worrisome. New York g u a n John Williamson K s t i l l ham pered by a pulled g r o i n muscle bul w i l l he able to play. No Summer Racing B A L T I M O R E The chai man of the M a r y l a n d R a c i r Cornmision has announced tli; there will nol be summer ni ing at Ihe state's (racks 111 year. .1. Xewton Brewer, trie chai M l l r t l l ' l l l .......... - . ^ - - . i . 1 1 it, i ..... gined cars rale' Ihe role o fa- m:m - sfucl thc commission's l ...... [ourlh Win r i s l n n u ' a * u n a n i m o u s . lie sa " caused the flicker of an evelash voritcs in Sunday's f o u r t h Win J l s l as l a t as this same rac l a s t i s t o n 500. w i t h Pearson the odds- me year-round racing a u t h o j on choice. He is bidding for bis 1362 after coaching at Hope and Kl Dorado. Thone was an as- sislanl coach at Central Missouri Slate at \Varren«burg Iasl (all. In that encounter among t h e ^ t h i r r i s t r a i g h t win in thc event, stock car boys. Buddy B a k e r ' Thc w i n n e r w i l l he paid close landed the pole posilion with a i t o $30.000, and, if the weather is speed of 193.-135 m.p.h. Pear-1 good, the show could draw up- son. the other front row sitter,[wards of 75,000. ·d by the Ccru'ral t h i s year will begin Assemb 13' Racing at the mile t r a c k s end for the summer \\hen Pi lien completes ils 60-day me May 27. star. Ihc* .spectator is inclined to n *e a sedative. t ·A Starters Sign r ATLANTA -- Three starters v or Ihe Atlanta F'alcons. in- ! eli ding star defensive curt ! a Klc Humphrey, have .signer! ' new contracts with the National ·'imthall League club. President Frank Wall an- nnimccd Friday that Humphrey an: center Jeff Vim Note gned extender! contracts while offensive guard Len Ciottshalk signed just fnr thc 1974 season. Humphrey and Ciottshalk ha( icon drafted by teams of the new World Football League. Falcon officials declined to disclose terms of the contracts. Csonka Honored \K\Y YORK -- The New York chapter of thc Pro Fontia!l Writer's Association said tdday it will honor Miami Do · iin running back Larry 'sonka May 20 at its seventh annual dinner. Csonka, hero of Miami's v i c - tory against the Minnesota Viii- i 2 1 7 in the National Foot- hall League's Super Roivl VIM, «ill receive the Super Man A w a r d to mark his winning [H'l ffii-mance. 5'/4% 6?8 T Wf have I savings program and interest rate to rate! vnor nrrAi. Foyetteville Savings Loon Association Ml N. Eut ATtrae y nccoming uie orny iniy I:VL-I , 3 win the race. And she won s the favorite. Secretariat's contribution to )erby lore came last yt-ar 'lien he opened his successful narch to thc Triple Crown by ecoming the firsl to run the 'J miles in less than two min- tes. Secretarial, ridden by Ron engths in 11M25 with a pow- ·rful drive that Marled ahout ive-eighths of a mile from thc ROUGHEST EVENT The ITO Derby certainly wasn't fast the lime was ^ · n s i 5 bi't it w a s rough as Mendf. on Brnke^s Tin and Fisher, on Head Play, "rabbet! ind slashc'l at each olher in Ihc drive through the stretch. Brokers Tip won by a nose. There has never hf.'ii a disqualification in the Derby he- cause of a foul, hut in I!)6B Dancer's ImaRi- w ; i s dis- dualificcl from firs', when a America's most famous hors» ace. COMPLETE LINE of BUILDING MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS DISCOUNT PRICES BANKAMERICARD-MASTER CHARGE WELCOME DELIVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS rTTT/ -- 7KELLEY rW' / BROTHERS III \ LUMBER Lff-JV--Aco. 2401 NORTH GREGG ON Vi'tit Towmhfp Norih Gragg Phone 442-2351 post-raCt' te-,t disclosed an \\\e- J RACES! RACES! RACES! 2 CLASSES Si-reet Closs and Late Model Can STARTS 7:30 P.M. 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