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"T- Ok ' ft JL1. UOO 1 6V wwr ff iUl. M HORSI WGT. COMMENT JOCKEY llt-Purse S7J00, allowance, 2 yo mdns, MIchigan-breds, furs; I DAZZLING NALEE 117 Looks thtbtst Suln ) WELL LOVED 117 Bothered, weakened Judice S-AROUEAU IN Ranteme.outfinlshea' Calvin 1-LewtonLydio 117 Ordinary works Norider 3- Fourth An Inches 117 SpeedatHazel Rettete 4- MlniGamblt 117 Doesn't show much Catalano -SheyeBew 120 Propped once, debuts Thomas 7-Genine 117 H.P. outsider Kunltake ld-Purse U.XX, elm. (S8.000), 3 l 4-yo mdns, mile: 3- AUSTINROAO 115 Nice bid at route Zuver 5- SELARIBAY US Ranbetter,Can. Catalano -HAVE IT ALL lit Early foot, Cal. Catalano 1-a-Such An Effort 115 Back for fog Kunltake ?-a-Be My Prince 115 Runnerup, Kunltake 4- ShopTop 115 Can handle distance Judice -BeachBower 115 Beaten a bunch Suire 7-TaRullah 115 Stretches out Lamonte -Gallant Reason xlOO Saved ground, shorter Pinard a-D.R.Coberly entry. Jd-Purie 13,200, dm. 3- WAYWAYOOT i-SAGINAWOAL 4- TAWAKLIA 1 - Naughty T.C 2- Beker's Dough -Cam's Market 7-Happy Meeting -Valuable Dollar t-Masud'sBoy 10- Mlss Easy Jack - - 11 - Dreams a Bay 12- NoGlrlGo 13- QearThaAlslt (S5,000), 3 & 4 yo mdns, fillies, i'h furs: U0 Balked an rail Perrodln US Early Hp, Chi. Catalano 110 Improved filly Cedene 115 Likely needs racing Norider 120 Mild rally outside Judice xl 10 Better fit here Joseph xl 10 LoU of chances Joseph 110 Trailing filly ' Rogan X110 Nightmarish form Knight 110 Losing tongshot Ashley 115 Go e once ' - - - Kunltake 115 Woke up In last Gel 115 Eb.alsoran Catalano 4th-Purse UM0, dm. U5M0), 3 & 4 yo, 3 GRBATVAL US Altered count S-LES BLUFF 4-AUNT DORIC 1- Ta Royal 2- Cermen's Choice 4-Straw Petty 7-PrettyMlck xiis US Led, drifted Speed fo try 115 Can't keep up 115 Well handled, last 115 Brlefspeednow 120 Won higher Hazel Jth-Purse 5,500, dm. (18,000), 3 yos & up, 7-THRUMYHAT 115 5-SUSIE'5MANDATE115 Dlstancesuits Held the place Been a winner 1 EXTRATURN 2- Perfect Effort 3- a-Needier 4- e-Stlrpes 4 -Tis A Pleasure I -Distant Dancer Ranhlgherhere Brogan Beaten many lengths Zuver Whipped softer " Zuver ki new hands Catalano Recent upsetler Scocca a -Copperhead Stablo-Franklna entry. tth-Purse 13,000, dm. (13,200), 3 yos t up, 3- MERILL'S FLIGHT IIS 4- LUCKYS.MAN IIS LIKE AHAWK X105 1 -Company Commander 1 1 5 2-Dr.Chuck , 115 4- GraatSallor 115 5- CueTlme 110 7-Over Time John 115 I -Trhllty Gossip 115 Imp.pas.outs'd. Closed on Inside Surprise runnerup Questions If fit Wakeupfoot Usually weakens Finisher on best Rallies on occasion Likes longer 7th-Purse 17,000, dm. (116,000), 3 yo & up, furs: 4- RAISETHE BLADE 11$ Faced batter 5- PIOUSAL 110 Good lip now 1- BOLD BROTHER 110 Wentwilllngly 2- Letona 115 Better than last 3- Kktllda 110 Evenly In mod 6- TlmeToStere 115 LackedaraDy 7- Ralse Your Ante xllO Longshot runnerup AM Hazel Parle f& harness selections fjffi by Al Speed BEST BET iPP HORSE LAST3FIN. COMMENT DRIVER f Ist-Purse 12,500; dm. trot; (15,000-14,000); mile: 2- OJ'sLISAAN 4-1-1 Tough trip outside Harmer 1-PINATE 1-3-2 Pole makes threat Brecht l-JET'SJOEY 1-1-1 Unreliable speedster Sket 3-0 H Johnnie 1-3-3 Comesonlate Konesky 4- DevllnDenise 5-5-5 Beenquallfying Smith 5- JoeGrady B-5-3 OK comeback Banfield e-Lyn wood's Crown 3-4-1 Star ted to slow Gale 7-BigDaddyG 4-1-4 Seems contender Coedic 9-ldealSem 5-8-1 Used early Buter 2d-Purse J3,9O0; cond. pace; mile: -.RIGHT DONUT 2-2-5 Runnerup, praps Carroll S-BARB'SCNOICE 3-2-4 Ky.contender Deters 3- SUNNYSKIPPER 3-4-1 Looks to atone Edwards 1-JacksWlld 5-8-3 Outsiderhere Alexander ! 2-Smooth Knight f-7-S Bid, weakened Stone 4-SwlssChimes 5-5-5 Huntsaslice MacDonell ' 7-HlohBret 4-4-1 Chance with these Boring ', I -Mighty Intruder 2-1-4 Hopeoffprep Muntz 1 9-ShowTlme 4-10-4 Outpaced In higher Kingston 3d-Purse 13,100; dm. pace (14,000); mile: 4- BSCAPE 1-44 Canwlnnew Merehand -CEDARWOODSAM 4-3-7 Bldslnvaln Harmer 4- TRUE SUNSET S-l-4 Would ba surprise Smith 1 - Misty Reef -4-7 Moved, lumped Clark 2- Tuxedo's Pride 3-8-10 Nearbyatprice Cobb 3- WetselRoad 4-7-7 Troubled outsider Moody 5- AmosM.S. 5-5-5 Problems in last O'Mara 7-BaronessChlChl 7-4-S Hopeatprice Sattelberg 9-DodgerHat 3-7-4 Rallied fromhere Cowell 4th-Purse 13,000; cond. pace; mile: 4- REFLCTDIMAGE 2-1-3 Flnefinish Rdan l-NAT'L PASTIME 3-2-4 Regarded now Zeller 5- VOE'SWOE 1-44 Aired In qualifier Norris 1- Kolenko 7-10-4 Trlaled at fairs Downing 2- ShadAdlos 7-1-10 Det. also ran Webster 3- Maple Hermes 5-4-4 Couldn't keep up Harmer 4- RengeRoemer 4-7-5 Zip at price Sweeney 7-OurJet 5-5-5 Showed speed here Merrlman 9-imeVolollte 41-4 Got closer Pierpoint Jth-Purse 14,500; dm. trot (112,000-115,000); mile: 4-JOHNNYTIGER 4-1-2 Upsetflnlsher Copeland -TRIAL FLIGHT 1-4-2 Outgamedsame Buter 7 SUGAR HOUSE 2-2-5 Just missing Gale 1 - Sutzer 5-7-2 Det. runnerup Konesky 2- LlttleRomboy 5-1-7 Belated punch Harmer 3- AIBee'sTown 3-4-4 Aroundaskrt Smith 4- Omark 1-3-7 Drewoffnlcely Smith 5- J. W. Moot 4-44 Starting slow Mapes l-Merrlmac Hanover S-4-2 Last an aid Mcllmurray 4th-Purse 13,400; dm. pace (17,500); mile: 1-JM LITTLE 4-2-4 Rlghtteamster Bering -ENFIELOPICK 4-1-3 Toughatlevel Harmer t-STONEYSTEPS 3-2-3 Hitting at level Gale 2-PontlocAde 8-9-9 Recent form dull James 4- WoodCarver 4-2-4 Inandouter Fulmer 5- SpaceRocket 1-4-3 Sharp qualifier Sattelberg 4-Motlvator 5-2-3 Wins her share Buter 7-FalconRidge 5-1-5 Trledforlead O'Mara 4r Sunny Rain 5-1-3 Beaten wltn pole Elliott Hazel Park harness results ? Monday Night FIRST. Trot; mile: W4 Galley West (Alxndr) 27.20 8.60 9 00 Bolder (E Pfirltunen) 7.20 5.40 Lima Lady (R Wrenn) 4.20 Mr. Eader, Formalism, Davison Mits, Ata Mike, Delayr Hanover, Slormv Nix. SECOND Pace; mile: 2:0545 Gene's Big Chip (Rick Mapes) 17.20 7.00 3.60 Armbro Napier (CFaurol) 21.20 7.00 Juste Dear (T Clark) 7.60 Blue Hazel, Royal Pace Andy, Hasly Brutus, Zacharia, Elyar, Mother Emily. DAILY DOUBLE: (2-f) paid S37I.00 PERFECTA: (M) paid S600.SO THIRD-Pact; mile: 24. Treboh Candee (Wrenn) 6.S0 4.40 2.60 Skipper Flick (Sattelberg) 5.60 3.80 Robbv Knox (Copeland) 3.60 Tar Lehigh, Ata Harrv, Treboh Der-rlck, Dark Chief N, Chrlitmai Dream. TRIFECTA: 1-6'S paid $130.00 ; So BOX: 1-5-6 paid S65.0O f OURTH-Trot; mHe: M3 25. C B'S Jimmy (O'Mara) 4.00 4.20 2.60 Flight B (Henderson) 6.10 3.00 Miss Courtney (Mcllmurray) 2.40 Mazurka, Scotch Viking, Kharfoum, C B's Count, Ricky Newport, Soven'sn Edition, PERFECTA: (9-5) paid $33.40 5TH-Pace; mile: 2225. LncrAlmahurst(Jhnsn)7.40 3.60 2.40 Por Favor (B. Farber) 3.20 2.60 Missaukee Mac (W. Gale) 2.60 Adioi Laiile, Captain Drew, Ideal Susan, Happy Hour Time, Tour D'Ar-tent. PERFECTA: (2-6) paid $23.20 M M a a.4 J ttf VaTAsfc fill 5 . DEST DET Dazzling Nalee POST TIME - 3:25 pjn. furs: a-Mary Bryan entry. x-Apprentlce Allowance claimed. fillies, S'i furs: Scocca Knight Scocca Kunltake Judice Kunltake Strauss a furs: Perrodln Kunltake Suire 4 furs: Jessup Perrodin Ka GeH Norider Ashley Trauss Herber Norider Fraultta Kunltake Norider Norider Judice Norider Rivera Ho Bo's Dreamer POST TIME - 8 p.m. Sleeper to Watch Marrlmac Hanover (5th race) Had nice tightener in last alter being shelved since March. Last year's record Indicates ability to compete at this level. Best Gimmick Bet Box 1-38 In 6th race perfecta. Gale, Boring, Harmer best drivers in race, Stoney Steps, M. Little, Enfield pick best horses. TH-Pace; mile: 1-02 25. Jeff Gold (C. Putnam) 45.00 17.60 7.60 Malor Move (L. Copeland) 5.80 4.80 Alia Maury (Bre. Alexander 5.40 River Circle Fred. Quick Tuesday, Perry Boy, Mister Shorthorn, Fly Bye Harry, Mini Baby. TRIFECTA: (5-1-3) jaaid $981.20 $6 BOX: (3-5-1) paid $650.60 7th-Trot; mile; 23 25. Combustion (C Putnam) 24.80 6.20 4.40 Gypsy Count (BFarberr) 3.80 2.80 Flagler Hill (W Gale) 3.00 Double Bubble, Speed Mark, Pine Ayres, Publisher, Mountain Rhythm, Quackenbush. PERFECTA: (6-2) paid $84.80 . Ilti-Pace; mle: 1-01 15. Trvln Travis (Cltnglm) 7.00 4.00 3.00 Roger's Joy (Sattelberg) 4.60 3.00 Smokey Blu (Perltunen) 11.20 Doctor Tom, Movln Trix, Wide Way, Al A Rule N, Knight Apache. PERFECTA: (5-3) paid $20.40 trh - Pace; mile: 10145. Mrclla's Dream (Frbr) 5.40 3.40 3.40 Oversleep (R Henderson) 9.00 5.00 Fleetwood Fanny (C Putnam) 5.60 Lopez Charge. Ryal N, Beautiful Bride, Tar Heel Song, Fortunate Lass, The Slammer. PERFECTA: (4-2) paid $104.40 10Ki. Pace; mile: 1-0315. Mel Mile (D Cowell) 16.00 9.60 3.80 Rainlree Charlie (Van Drsln) 6.00 3.0 Torio Counsel (J James) 3.80 Paradise Lady, Shiawav Llneltt, Linda's Rhvlhm, Lady Willoway, Santa's Sparkle, Don Jose. TRIFECTA: (1-5-2) paid $384.40 16 BOX: (1-2-5) paid $19120 Crowd: 5,093 Handle: $812,963 W (1st race) PP HORSE WGT. COMMENT JOCKEY Ith-Purse 13,500, dm. (53,200), 3 yos I up, mile: 7-a-COM'NOROBO 120 Spoodinhlgher Catalano 1- PASTLEFT US Inthehunt Perrodln 4-BOLD 0. 120 Can'tgetthero Kunltake 2- Cabufero 120 OutrunlnFle. Fromin 3- CoWerBey 120 Couldn't contend Jessup 4- a-WhetAScout 115 Holdonbefter Catalano 5- FortSumner 120 Belatedklck Strauss l-Blly Onward 115 Unreliable finisher Fraitltta -Hero' Frosty 115 Better at Hazel Scocca a-Oevenshlre Stablo-Chorub Stable entry. tth-Purse 53,500, dm. (14,000), 3 yos t up, fillies and mares, a a-a-CHlMM, m Nearby In debut Judico 7 SOME DELIGHT 120 Upsotspeed Perrodin 3- TOADST'LPRINC'S120 Leek for late Strauss 1- DeHte Princess 120 Dropsanotch Thomas 2- Cunnlng'N Fleet 120 SlippedslnceHazel Brocgman 4- HarrletN. 115 Beat better, H.P. Norider 5- MlssJudge 120 Overduemare Ashley t-Sllkydunlt 120 Comesonlate Perrodin 9-SlgnetGlrl 120 Lit up board Judice 10-Jo Bar 115 Honest mare Broqan U-Lennalr xllO Heldoffsofler Knight 12-a-Natlveluue 120 Cleveland runnerup audica DIIG specials Sleeper to Watch Peref ct Effort (5th race) Colt looks like he may want to go longer but drop in class too much of temptation to pass up here. Best Gimmick Bet Wheel Dazzling Nalee In first half of early dally double. Filly seems to have found, soft spot, should air. Maidens going distance could produce surprise in second race. Copyright (197?) Triangle PubHcanons Inc. 1- OAZLNG NALE 23, 4th N Inches 11, Shaye Bow. 2- Such An Effort 9, Be My Prince 8, Selarl Bay 7. 3- Way Way Out 13, Baker's Dough 9, Saginaw Gal 8. 4- Aunt Dorle 15, Les Bluff 11, Pretty Mick 6. 5- Susies Mndte 14, Thrmyht 13, Dstnt Dancr 10. 6- Mrls Flight 13, Lucky South Mn 1 1, Lke A Hawk 1 1. 7- Plous Al 22, Raise The Blade 10, Bold Brother 5. 8- Command Ro Bo 17, What A Scout 13, Fast Left 6. 9- Some Delight 17, Jo Par 8, Harriet N. 5. Best bet In capital letters. (9lh race) PP HORSE LAST3FIN. COMMENT DRIVER 7th-Purse 14JJ00; dm. pace (114,000); mile: 1- EV'SGRTHRT 4-3-4 Insidethedlfference Harmer 3- PUT'SKNGHTOUT 1-1-2 Tough frontendr Buter J-JRFOXY 4-2-1 Chancelnblanket Carroll 2- RustyJet 4-7-3 Closer in last Cowell 4- TrebohRob 3-1-7 Liveoutsider Crowe 4-ShonlK.Lea 1-4-6 Rolled Inlane Nocick 7-Hlgh Fella 7-7-4 Not with these Smith l-Countfy Coper 1-2-9 Unreliable sort Gale e-EmeraldScar 5-4-3 Look for late Farber Ith-Purse 15,100; elm. pace ($17,000-111500); mile: 1- CARDYBOX 2-5-4 Marecanfinish Schaut 3 FRTHBSTHNOVR 4-3-3 Nrbylndeft Mapes 4 SGADYDLETRTY 4-1-4 Hastheability O'Mara 2- LehlghStone 5-dnf-5 OKtohalf Elliott 4- Maple Heart 1-1-5 Seeklngaspot Right 5- Shlaway Butler 1-7-9 Jumped, trailed Wrenn 7-Jack The Baron 1-9-2 Three-wide winner Henderson 1-MorphseusN 2-3-5 Caughtinlane Smith tth-Purse $4,900; dm. pace (127,000-130,000); mile: 4HOIO'sOREAMR 1-1-1 Onatur Farber 3- SHAOOWDAN 1-2-1 Llkestawin . Harmer 4- BARON RUSKAY 2-4-4 Longshot runnerup Sattelberg 1- TlghtRein 3-3-1 N.Y.upsetter Remmon 2- Vallantldes 5-3-4 Speedtotry Drury 5- Lov Leader 3-9-1 Tried top one Smith 7-ChateauHanover 5-4-4 Evenly In last Carroll loth-Purse 1300, dm. pace (18,000) mile: 4 GABLE 2-1-4 Improving form Harmer l-DERBYLEE 21-5 Wonpalrhera Moody 5- BUDDYRICH 1-M Lastwassharper Gale 1- Marlne'sFrost 5-4- Weakenedlnlane Williams 2- Brother Brendan 5-4-5 Slow starter McNIcholl 3- MerkMerlnlque, 4-7-9 Longshot hope Sattelberg 4- Double Knight A 7-9-7 Winlessln'79 Cowell 7-Mllford Charles 8-3-1 Not oil last Marchand '-Edge wood Dor an 1-3-3 Usuallycomesin O'Mara Hazel specials Trevor rates Star billing for 2d year Trevor Francis, the transoceanic soccer sensation, has been named to the North American Soccer League (NASL) All-Star team for the second year in a row. Francis, who scored 14 goals in 14 games for the Detroit Express, has returned to Britain, where he plays forward for the Nottingham Forest team in the English First Division. The Express also announced the signing of five players for the upcoming indoor season. They are Brazilian forward Roberto De Oliv-eira, Danish forward Niels Guldbjerg, American defender Benny Dargle, Canadian defender Ivan Belfiore and American mid-fielder Hal Partenheimer. Splasheroo TOKYO - (AP) - The next world swimming championships will be held in Santa Clara, Calif., in 1982. Copyright Daily Racing Form, Inc, lst-3-year-dds i up; 4 Furs: Times: :23 :4?2 1:00 1:1325. Off at 3:27. SI. FK. 00OS Merger Purser (Scocca) 41 13 17 Pleasure Ahead (Suire) 3hd 31 2-1H9-5 Here Come Da Fuu(Kntk) 1-2 2hd 3-ltt Beau's Bullet (Sluss) 27 4-5 4-4 Zokay (Perrodin) 5 1H 51 51 20 Mr Skylark (Cell) 7-5 6 2 644 5 Like The Sun (jessup) 61 7-3 ' 7-2 15 From OadToSon (Cataln) 8 8 8 Merger Purger 10.00 4.00 2.4fJ Pleasure Ahead 3.00 140 Here Come Da Ful 3.a0 MERGER PURGER won as much the best. PLEASURE AHEAD had to settle for the place. HERE COME DA FUZZ had no visible excuse. 7d-Mlrtrwllmlnn lit IW1M L bu, Old maidens, foaled In Mich.; 6 F. Times: :2335 :4I1S 1:0135 MU OH at Tie V. SID. FH. 000$ Boo&m Wine (Cox) 1H 1-3 1-4H7-5 little Factor (Jessup) 3-2 2nd 27 3 Go Forum (Kmtht) 2V, 314 3-14 2 Kekrops (Gabriel) 47 47 4' 63 Intercepts (Garcia) 5-5 5-8 5-4 12 Barbie Ood.e (Scocca) 64 64 6 10 32 Mr.Ronbar(T.Joseoh) 8 77 7-4 14 MityCouJin (L.Joseph) 7-1 8 8 24 BoobooWlne 4.10 7.10 3.20 Little Factor 3.60 3.60 Ge Forum 120 BOOBOO WINE Increased his line under intermittent urging. LITTLE FAC TOR saved ground. GO FORUM weak eneo. SCRATCHED - Cam's Market, Race- caster. DAILY DOUBLE (2-S) paid S2100 S3 PERFECTA (5-1) paid 123.10 3d-Clalmlng ($3,200); 3-year-olds & up; 6 F. Times: :2325 :4735 1:0115 1:1515. Off at 4:14. V. STft. FH. ODDS dri-Charles Leon (Brogan) lhd 11 1 5 dh-Spreader (Perrodin) 8-3 5-1 lhd 7 Solitary Knight (Strauss) 614 24 3-14 4 My Scout (Thomas) 3hd 4hd 4hd 3 Duel Control (Rupert) 5hd 6-4 5-5 3 Bamel (Zuver) 74 77 6-3 50 Blullemoff (Pinard) 9 8-5 74 58 loolin Around (Catalano) 2-14 3-14 8-2 5 Devilish Thing (Gell) 44 9 9 6 Charles Leon 7.00 7.40 5.00 Spreader 1.20 7.60 5.40 Solitary Knight 4.60 CHARLES LEON shared the lead, held on stubbornly in the drive to last for a dead-heat In the flnel stride. SOLITARY knkjHT hung. dh-Dead heat for 1st S2TRIFECTA$0f (4-1-1 and M-l) paid S711.40 H BOX (1-4-1) paid S711.40 4th-aaimlng(S5,000);3i4-year-olds;5'j F. Times: :35, :4a 25, 1:01 45, 1:0 15. Off at 4:41. V. in. FH. ODDS That look (Gabriel) 4hd 47 lhd 7 Tell The Stars (Fromin) 2nd 2-3 2-2 8 Northern Major (Perrodin) 14 lhd 3-144-5 View The Victor (Cantilo) 3-3 3-1 4-14 3 Bolo's Jet (Catalano) 5hd 57 5-24 Twilight Whisper (Knight) 6-1 7 64 44 Bombay Dayer (Lamonte) 7 64 7 23 That Look 1640 1.60 540 Tell The Stars 1.60 4.20 Northern Major 240 , THAT LOOK made a steady late run, TELL THE STARS saved ground. NORTHERN MAJOR was not good enougn. S3 PERFECTA (4-3) paid $213.00 5th-Ctaimlng (112,500); 3-year-olds 1 up; 6 F. Times: :2245 :4635 :545 1:1345. Off at 5:01 '. St!. FH. ODDS Cast Thy Bread (Scocca) 6 4-1 lhd 9 Rought Billy (Garcia) 47 37 24 15 Alan'sWarrior (Perrodin) 2hd 2-1 3-142-5 Run For Glory (Gabriel) 5-4 5-14 4-14 3 FerDe King (Green) 1-3 lhd 5-3 11 One for The Track (Strss) 3-16 6 11 Cast Thy Bread 20.00 6.10 2.40 Rought Billy 15.20 3.00 Alan'sWarrior 120 CAST THY BREAD moved widest for the stretch run and came on for the win. ROUGHT BILLY missed. ALAN'S WARRIOR was outfinlshed. S3 PERFECTA (1-3) paid S34.30 6th- Claiming (55,000); 3 & 4-year-olds, foaled In Mich.; iVi f. Times: :23 :4745 1:02 1:0. Off at 5:2. ". Sl. FH. ODDS Johnny Karate (Catalano) 14 1-3 1-1 2 Paddy's Piper (Strauss) 5hd 4hd 2nd 2 Smokey Jet (1 Joseph) 64 67 31 5 tittle Reenie (Perrodin) 4-2 3hd 44 34 Miss Bonnie Blue (Brogan) 7-1 7-3 54 21 MosiurArmand (Cedeno) 2nd 24 67457 Clipper Chip (Zuver) 9 9 7-14 62 Host Challenger (Pinard) 8-1 81 8 3 19 Governor Morrice (Scocca) 37 54 9 20 Johnny Karate 6.60 3.60 160 Paddy's Piper 3.60 240 Smokey Jet 3.00 JOHNNNY KARTAE lasted under a hustling ride. A claim of foul lodged against Johnny Karate by the rider of Paddy's Piper was not allowed. PADDY'S PIPER fell short, smokey jtT ten snori, S3 TRIFECTA (S-4-6) paid M120 S6 BOX (4-5-6) paid S41.10 7th-Clalmlng (S3.20O); 3-year-olds & up; 1 mile & 40 yards. Times: :24 35, :49 15, 1:16, 1:44, 1:46 35. Off at 5:52. 4 SIR. FH. ODDS Manager Ed (Scocca) 37 17 1-14 21 Foggy lohnO (Suire) 54 21 27 2 Peter Puck (Perrodin) lhd 3hd 3-14 2 Be Jack's Gold (Rivera) 44 4-3 4-11 7 Furgie (Kunitake) 7-2 . 6-5 5nk 4 Witching Rod (Catalano) 2-4 5-6 674 5 Bucket 0' Suds (Calvin) 8 74 7-6 13 Spindles (Knight) 6-3 8 t 29 Manager Ed 44.40 10.40 4.40 Foggy JohnO. 4.60 160 Peter Puck 160 MANAGER ED under a hard ride, proved best. FOGGY JOHN Owes outfinlshed. PETER PUCK weakened. S3 PERFECTA (1-6) paid S1I3.00 Ith-Clalmlng (S5,000), 3-year-olds & up; 1 mile & 40 yards: Times: :2425 :491S 1:1545 1:4335 1:4715. Off at 6:16 4 ST. FH. ODDS Charlie Miller (Gabriel) 2hd 14 11 4 BakersCane (Garcia) 8 3-1 2nk 9 Mean Nero (Suire) 14 27 6 Swinging E. J. (Rettele) 4-1 5-7 4-24 14 Right Dancer (Perrodin) 3-14 44 574 2 Different Orummer (Brgn) 7-1 64 6-5 12 0 Say Keyhole (Catalano) 63 7-12 773 3 Shan Blast (Scocca) 5hd 8 i 5 CharlleMiller 10.00 4.20 4.40 BakersCane 7.40 540 Mean Nero 4.60 CHARLIE MILLER put away SHAN BLAST, then proved best. BAKERS CANE fell short. MEAN NERO was not good enough. SCRATCHED-lnnerway. TH-Claimlng (J4.250); 3-year-oWs & up; 6f. Times: :22 35, :4635 1:00, 1:13 45. Off at 6:43. ". SW. FH. ODDS Raror Point (Coy) 47 2 3 1-2 7 Our Town (Catalano) 2-1 14 2 no 6 At The Lance (Camilo) 9 87 37 8 Hy's Plum (Overton) 5-3 3-hd 4-no 6 Ivanotski (Scocca) 67 4-hd 5-K 10 School Zone Atchley) 8-3 7-4 6 14 5 Suicide Sam (Suire) 7 14 5-4 774 7 Truckin' Louie (Perrodin) l hd 64 854 3 Joust A Gigalo (Gell) 3-4 9 9 8 Raior Point 17.60 1.60 7.40 Our Town I.U 7.00 At The Lance 7.60 RAZOR POINT wore down OUR TOWN and ran clear in ample time. OUR TOWN was not good enough and lust saved the place. AT THE LANCE rallied noticeably wide. LATE DAILY DOUBLE: (7-1) paid S76.M 52 TRIFECTA: (1-7-3) paid MOT JO W BOX (1-3-7) paid S404.W ATTENDANCE: 5,322 HANDLE: H 11,24. Ex-Expo excels TOKYO -(AP)-Former Montreal Expos outfielder Sam Ewing drove in three runs with a homer and a single, helping the Nippon Ham Fighters to a 6-4 victory over the Seibu Lions in Japanese baseball Monday. By BRIAN BRAGG Free Press Sports Writer John Hiller has pitched his last for the Tigers this season and maybe fore'er. The Tigers placed their veteran lefthander on the disabled list Monday because of a painful left shoulder. The official term of his disability is 21 days, which means he would be eligible to return on Sept. 17. But the Tigers won't reactivate him then because they have just 1 1 games remaining after that. "I told him just to go on home," said manager Sparky Anderson, "because, heck, we'll just have a few games left." Hiller had a very ineffective outing Sunday against Seattle. On Monday he was examined at Ford Hospital by Dr. Henry Sprague, and the recommendation was that Hiller rest the arm. The Tigers' team physician, Dr. Clarence Livingood, said Hiller's problem is a form of tendinitis, an inflammation of a tendon in the left shoulder. "The doctors said it would take thfee weeks to a month," Anderson reported, "and so we decided to put him on the list." To fill Hiller's spot on the 25-man roster, the Tigers took young righthander Dave Rozema off the disabled list. Rosey has been sidelined since June 15, when he had to leave a game because of a shoulder problem. IF ALL GOES well, Rozema will return to the starting rotation on Sept. 5 at Cleveland. Rozema threw long and hard in the bullpen Sunday, getting up to work each time the Tigers took ibe field for the first four innings of the first game of a doubleheader against Seattle. He'll do the same next Friday night when the Tigers play Oakland, only he'll stretch it out to five or six innings, according to Anderson. The 23-year-old Grand Rapids righthander felt fine after Danielson knee will HONS, from Page 1E option season, and had been unable to reach an agreement with general manager Russ Thomas on terms of a new deal. In fact, the negotiations had bogged down into considerable bitterness. That was one of the reasons the exhibition games meant so much to Danielson, one of the reasons he kept driving toward the goal line on the play in which he was injured, instead of taking the safe way out (a baseball slide) as Baltimore quarterback Bert Jones did in the same game. "These games meant a little bit more to me than to out - of - Arlington 1lt-4,S00, d, mdn 344YO, (f. Jokara (Monali 11.60 5.00 2.80 Lovln Gloria (Sanchet) 0.40 5.00 MlisCrealTown(Slbille) 2.60 Oft 2:01. Time 1:15 1-5. Scratched-Joal. 2nd-4,00, d, JYo up, 4f. Hooiler Kingdom (Ly're) 16.20 7.00 440 Plckanlndlan (Patterson) 8.60 6 20 Bold Ryan (Spencer) 3.20 Oil 2-.1V1. Time 1:11 2-5. 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Jaunty Jel 113 114 !!? 116 Ik Wallow ood Picture Lay Siege Batleh Reble Rouser til f V;; 4 I w x : . John Hiller Bert," he explained. "I had things to prove to people . . . they were regular season games to me. "I KNEW ALL spring and summer what I was doing with my contract, I knew what I was doing with the things I said to the press. I was out there to prove what I could do. "I talked to so many agents, and they all said 'just don't go.' They said if I got hurt I'd have no bargaining power. But I made the decision to go. I felt I owed it to Monte and I owed it to the team. I don't know what will happen now. I'll be a free town racing 5th-10,200, ale, 2YO, 5V5f. Governors Table (Medina) 9.00 4.20 3.00 All Flash (Louvlere) 4.00 2.60 Come On Dew (Spencer) 3.60 Off 3:31. Time 1:0 1-5. Scralched-Toco Donna. th-4,100, d, 3YO UP, 1ml. Dont Be Short (Halre) 0.00 4.00 3.00 Old Romeo (Marque:) 3.40 2.80 Brockton Park (Slbille) 3.20 Off 4:04. Time 1:37 3-5. Scratched PeKo King, Beau Bronze, Full Blood. 7m-l,S00, d, 3YO UP, 7f. Feisty Flghier (Gailllano) 3.20 2.110 2.60 Cregans Cap (Patterson) 4.60 3.80 LordFarkler(Kuli) 4.00 Off 4:26'i. Time 1:23. Scratched-Cabildos Merino, Titan Hero. im-8,500, ale, 3YO up, 4f. Miss Ems (Morgan) 12.40 5.40 4.20 Love Them All (Halre) 7.00 4.40 Over Leo (Kutz) 6.00 Off 4:48. Time 1:12 1-5. Scratched-Aint We Col Fun. ttfi-10,200, ale, 3YO UP, 4f. Docks Delight (Spencer) 9.00 6.40 5.20 PeMI Pilot (Long) 24.80 7.80 Anne Anita (Long) 3.60 Off 5:23'. Time 1:14. Scratched-Annes Goomba, Handsome Belle, Maruchis Babee. Attendence 9,530. Handle Sl,414,286. facing entries , facing fa Form Copyright (1979) Triangle Publications Inc. 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Best bets In capital letters 5-11.590, Cl, 3YO UP, lml.tf Princess Msel 107 Meri Marcher 116 Comanecl 116 Solell PourTI 116 VIcsBoldGal 107 Duffvs InTwn 114 Paddock Paul 116 Daisy Will 115 ith-9,S00, d, 3YO up, I 1-I6mi.ff Restless Sour 112 Thump 122 Royal Owen 108 Fast Forward 117 Parish 106 Catchrsngsfr 115 BebuSen 107 Northern Affr 113 Immenjjrny 115 RainNorHall 115 Jewepl 115 7tt!-1200, d, 3YO up, 6f. a-GlowNatlv 119 Morvan 109 b-NorthrnJhn 116 Flag Holster 116 c-OldDunk 116 BetorThBnch 116 a-RcngPwrd 116 Illusive 116 b-BIg Broker 119 c-Traffic Host 112 NoOneBid 112 e-Coupled. b-Coupled. c-Coupled. 8tti-l5,OO0, ale. 3YO up, 1 1-lml.tf Native Parly 113 Very Dlslnctv 104 UtereryLerk 111 PieCanCrow 104 Dickie Ludwg 109 Rescue Parly 113 Irish Colors 113 Pleasing Ster 99 Evening Bliss 113 fh-30,000 added, 2YO, 4f. New Jersey Breeders Stakes Bravest Chief 117 Bill Wheeler 113 Table Runner 114 a-Maynard 110 Thanks TTny 119 Jabep 117 8anDanDndy 115 Delta Crisis 114 othemHour 117 Countess B.B. 114 a-Mannerless 114 a-Coupled. 10th-13)0, mdn 2YO, 61. Same Play 111 Peace Bird lit No Bend 111 Seven Dplmls lit Finest Usrlng ill a-StreetMscn ill Merdevar 111 Slave Auction 118 SedsAndStmi 111 Kastrup lit Affecllvete 111 a-Robere lit Mr.EarlM. Ill a -Coupled. Sunday's workout, and he said a weight-training program has apparently helped him get rid of the shoulder trouble. "The one I think has really helped is the one where I lie on the bench and lift 'em up from the sides and straight up," said Rozema. "That builds up the front of my shoulder." Rozema has pitched only once since Anderson arrived as manager of the Tigers. That was the game in which he encountered the problem. Ironically, the opponents that evening were the California Angels, the same club which arrived in Detroit Monday to begin their final series with the Tigers this year. THE PROBLEM which sidelined Hiller has apparently been with him for some time, although the 36-year-old bullpen veteran kept it quiet. The shoulder apparently was normal if Hiller had several days of rest between outings, but was very painful if he tried to pitch too often. Hiller pitched three innings last Saturday, allowing one run on a solo homer. He had nothing left on Sunday when he came into the nightcap in the sixth inning, and he was tagged for home runs by Ruppert Jones and Willie Horton while issuing four walks in 1 '3 innings. Earlier this season, Hiller indicated this might be his final year as a professional ballplayer. After 15 seasons with the Tigers, he was not satisfied with the way he was pitching, and he was unhappy at the treatment he was getting from some leather-lungs in the Tiger Stadium stands. A few weeks later, though, the longtime mainstay of the Tigers' bullpen was rethinking his retirement plans. NOW HE'LL HAVE to take his latest setback under consideration when he decides whether to give it one more shot next spring training. Hiller was not at the ballpark Monday night, but Anderson expects him to be on hand to say his goodbyes Tuesday evening. Hiller is the Tigers' player representative. Assistant player rep Milt Wilcox will take over his duties for the rest of the year. be 4 100 percent' agent at the end of this year, it's completely up in the air. "Even if I had known what I know right now, I wouldn't have signed the contract I was offered before," he added. Even if he doesn't sign a Lions contract and does become a free agent, Danielson says he doesn't expect to get a big offer on the National Football League's open market. "Nobody's going to want to take a chance now," he said. "I'm going to have to depend on the Lions' good will to get what I have coming and so far that hasn't worked." ONE OF THE people who called Danielson Monday (the results Monmouth lSt-4,000, d, 3YO UP, 6f. Beignet (Edwards) 7.20 6.60 3 60 Mannerly Judge (Mlnervlni) 15.40 5.80 Buds Stinger (Alberlrani) 2.80 Off 1:30. Time 1:13. 2nd-9,SO0, d, 3YO UP, 1ml 4,70yds. Trovvllle (Brumfield) 10.20 800 3.40 Chief Assagai (Boulmells) 9.40 3 80 Motormoulh Eckman (Macbeth) 2.60 Off 1:59. Time 1:41 4-5. Dally Double (8-1) paid 9,M. 3rd-7,00O, d, mdn 3YO UP, 4f. Leon'rdlwn Ledv (Wckr) 18.60 6.40 3.40 Sonoren (Macbeth) 3.80 2.60 Candv Bar (Thomes) 2.60 Off 2:29. Time 1:12 3-5. 4th-22,S00, ale, 3YO up, Imi.rf. Fourscore (Mac Beth) 5.40 4.00 2.80 Hows The Hooiigen (Moreles) 7.40 4.20 Exclusively Mine (Perret) 2.80 Off 2:57. Time 1;39 1-5. Scratched-Two Pair, Tee Jay Vee, Belt N Nick, Aristocratic King. 5ttl-t0,000, d, 3YO up, 4f. Gem Wood Magic (Nmti) 7.20 400 2.80 Ter N Vel (Thomas) 5.40 4.00 Silent Ster (Waltord) 3.00 Off 3:26. Time 1:10 4-5. Scratched- Biest-Ing Cap. 4tti-10,500, d, 3YO, lml.tf Minnehaha (Thomas) 11.60 4.40 3.40 Dawn In The North (Mecbth) 3.80 2.80 Camera Ready (McCauiev) 3.60 Off 3:55. Time 1:40 4-5. Scratched-Easl Coast Shopper. 7th-11.000. ale. 3YO un. 4f. Salem Ho (Block) 11.20 5.00 2.80 do-Fast N Blonde (Burton) 3.60 2.60 Trlshlum (Lopez) 3.00 Off 4:24. Time 1:10. Execle (1-2) paid SJ5.6U. dq-disquaiitied from isi 10 2nd. aMa. 11 AM -I- ,Vn .... tt m i,vw, iw 4 v vn mu Olden Charade (Solomone) 3.10 2.60 2.40 Cousin Louisa (Brumfield) 2.60 2.60 Sister Pie (Edwards) 5.40 Off 4:54. Time 1:09 2-5. Scralched-Teke Me Freely. Tm 4v,vw wis, jtw ur, ii-iBmi.n T.V. Highlights (Ruene) 7.00 4.00 3.40 Flash Double (Alberlrani) 10.80 7.40 Kiss In The Dark (Pinlo) 5.60 Off 5:23. Time 1:45 3-5. Scratched Peace Angel, Forbidden isie. 10th-10.500. el. 3YO. (f. Thirty Thirty (Lopez) 8.00 5 80 5.00 Edwardian (Mucclolo) 17.00 8 60 Damlfino IMecbeth) 4.0Q Off 5:53. Time 4:09 1-5. Scratched- Habit ual Violator. Attendance 10,382. Hendle 11,531,551. Saratoga Itt-I4.0fl0. d. 3YO uo. 7f. Poker Game (Asmussen) 13.20 5.00 3.00 Dream Time (Vasquez) 3.40 2.60 See The World (Cruguet) 2.80 Off 1:31. Time 1:24. Scratched-Cllck Off, Slwasn Chief, no sir. 2nd-17,000, ale, 3YO UP, 1 1-Hml. tf. Martlesanger (Hrn'ndz) 43.20 14.40 7.60 Slammer mordent .ou .u Northern Treat (Cruguet) 9.60 Off 2:01. Time 1:46. Scratched Mallard, Tribal Ruler, Legaiese. DaHy Double (7-1) paid S275.00. Jrd-14.000. mdn 1YO ud. lVami.1t. Quick Dance (Cruguet) 4.00 3.00 2.60 Great Partner (Velasquez) 4.80 3.60 Nitroglycerin (Montova) 4.w Off 2:36. Time 1:52 2-5. 4th-10.000. d. mdn JYO. 4V?f. Cougar Fellow (Manle) 75.20 33.40 11.80 Duffvs Brother (Gonzalez) 29.00 10.70 Dream Cabin (Cordero) 4,60 Off 3:11. Time 1:19 1-5. Slh-16.000. etc. 3YO uo. 6f. Sexy (Velesquez) 4.10 2.80 2.40 Bare Facts (Hernandez) 3.00 2.40 Cold As A Wltchs (Maple) 2.60 8ff 3:45. Time 1:11. Scratched Polar Flag, randstend Win, Four A.M., Percussion. Castle Ridge Disqualified from 3rd to 4th. 6th-22,000, ale, 1YO up, lml. Vlrlllfy (Cordero) 1.20 4.80 3.40 Sakera (Martens) S.40 4.00 Brave Shot (Cruguel) 3.80 Off 4:20. Time 1:37 1-5. (track record) Seretched-Cauhtemoc, Priority, Burn, Stage Fool, Seenev Bear. 7fh-30,00, hep, 3YO up, if. , Josles Anchor (Martens) 6.80 4.20 3.?0 VandySue(Amy) 4.60 3.80 Miss South Shore (Samyn) 4.20 Off 4:57. Time 1:11 1-5. Scratched- Marl Juno. lth-50,000 added, 3YO up, mml.tf The Seneca Handlcep Native Courier (EMeple) 4.60 3.60 3.20 Beeu Johnny (Asmussen) 7.20 3.80 Ivory Hunter (Velesquez) 3.00 Off 5:30. Time 2:46. Scratched-March Time, Alias Smith, Caruba, The Liberal Member, Le Mllltalre. 9th-16,000, mdn 3YO up, Il-I6ml.tl QConnell Street (Cruguel) 15,80 7.40 460 Tremboline (Amy) 12.60 10.20 Sward Game (Asmussen) 400 Off 6:01. Time 1:46. Scratched Toll O Bells, Andreas Dancer, Tovelop, Mesabl, Speed Zone, Nestv Jay, Sweet Pretense, Petite Nashua, Azer Bend. Deny Double (6-10) paid 53.t0. Attendence 18,321. Handle 12,301,911. first day he has accepted calls) was Thomas. "Russ called," he said. "We talked about 20 minutes. He came down and watched the operation, he said it was the first one he'd witnessed. I was happy to talk with him and he said he was sorry I'd been hurt." Although most of the people in Baltimore's Memorial Stadium had no idea he had been injured on his scrambling 15-yard run at the end of the third quarter, Danielson knew at once that something wasn't right. "All I remember is how slippery it was, and as I got close to the first down, I could feel the defenders closing in so I decided to dive. That's when I got hit. It didn't hurt but I knew, sitting on the ground, something was wrong. "I went over to Monte at the end of the quarter and was thinking about my legs. As I was walking I was thinking: 'Is my right leg okay? Is my left leg okay?' " DANIELSON huddled with Clark between quarters, was given a play to call and, as he turned to go back on the field, felt his leg give way under him. He went back anyway, fumbled the ball and returned to the bench. It was a short time later, after the knee gave out on him again, that Danielson headed for the dressing room and the seriousness of the injury was discovered. Danielson expects to get out of the hospital by the end of this week and has no doubts about continuing his football career when the knee is fully rehabilitated. Knowing Danielson, it may happen yet . . . but he'll have to work a little longer now. Lopez keeps hot Tigers rolling, 3-2 TIGERS, from Page 1E - Billingham gave back one of the runs in the fourth when Baylor singled, stole second and crossed the plate after two wild pitches. BUT STEVE KEMF re-established the Tigers' two-run margin within minutes when he began the bottom of the inning with a double in the leftfield corner and then skipped home as Thompson and Summers bounced consecutive groundballs to the right side. Barr had to leave the game when the next batter, Jerry Morales, hit him in the right shin with a line drive. Righthander Mike Barlow took over the pitching chores. 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