Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 30, 1969, Oakland, California April 45 AfU ApL Won't Run Girl Jockey Will Ride at Meadows Get Ready In Derby For Trout Eager trout fishermen have mixed emotions as they start the for their season opener a record pack is thwarting their Most northern high country lakes are frozen and secondary roads blocked by snow above the 5.000-foot and the run-off is raising and roiling Low and middle elevation reservoirs and streams are the best but you'll find them The high country boys will be down to compete for fishing You better bring your own rock for a spot to A late round-up of tions in northern areas shows most streams higher than normal Jor the but should offer fair to good fishing barring a or warm which would create a heavy B a u m McCloud and Iron Canyon should provide good but the upper McCloud River campgrounds be and a late check on road McCumber Lake rates as a good The Lassen Park road is and it is doubtful campgrounds and roads in the Mineral area will The campgrounds along Deek Creek be Medicine and Juanita Lakes in Siskiyou County will be inaccessible because of Dwinnell Reservoir is rated poor to while the hew Box Canyon on the Upper Sacramento is but it is unlikely to be open for the opener due to Lower Hat Creek opens with a special trout area with a Eagle Lake in Lassen County will be and it is expected to offer fair to good The top areas in Modoc Country include West Valley and Bayley and Reservoir C. Ted Fay at Dunsmuir gives us an re- port on the upper should have ex- fishing the first They'll start filling Box Canyon Dam and that will drop the After it we'll back to high he In the central Sierra and Sacramento the Oroville Lake and other low elevation reservoirs are good Frenchman and Bucks Lake in Plumas County are but could thaw by the They'll be tops Roads are open to Antelope and but those to Bucks and Davis Lakes are Anglers are also reminded that tributaries to Lake Davis are closed until June 28. And here's a reminder to check new regulations for all Boca and Prosser reservoirs in Nevada County are and Bowman and Spaulding are Ice Union Valley and Gerle reservoirs in El Dorado County are It's the same story for French Meadows and Hell Hole in Placer Plaskett Meadows and Letts Lake in the Colusa area are The Middle Fork of the American the North Fork above Dutch and the South below Chili Bar and the River above Highway 49, could be In the western lakes above feet are and it is unlikely they will thaw before Mammoth Pool on the San the lower San Little North and Middle Forks of the Kaweah will be Central Coast County waters are expected to bear the brunt of fishing The Department of Fish and Game has stocked 35 reservoirs and streams in 13 counties with catchable rainbows for the Despite the somewhat gloomy outlook for the there's a brighter view for the The high water conditions should provide excellent during the late if you can't try ice fishing it's legal this And here's a final You need a valid license and two and the limit is 10 fish per 10 in but not more than 10 pounds and one The season continues through No. 15 in most of the See you Laney Power Glads 9-8 College and Laney College each used ihe long ball to great advantage in Golden Gale ence baseball The Thunderbirds defeated City College of San 11-8, with three home runs while Laney's Eagles were bombing Diablo Valley Col- lege 14-2 with a like In other conference league leading College of San Mateo maintained its pace a 4-1 victory over hill but Chabot fell back with a 10-inning 9-8 loss to San Merritt shortstop Mel mond sparked the win with two homers and three Fawn Wong also hit a home run for the winners who up his first win of the Wong and Ted each had three hits for Laney Steve Allen had his finest day of the season with four hits five trips to the including a a and three Starting pitcher Mark er went six innings to pick up the Lee Lacy and Hudson Winslow added Laney Scott Green doubled in the tenth and scored on tive sacrifice Hies in San Jose's win over Jack Pierce homered with two on in the eighth for the guars while Kent Calderan picked up four hits and Dennis Carlsen three more for Ky. Cain Hoy Ack Ack was removed from the list oi Kentucky Derby today while ihe fans were still buzzing over his record show ing Ln the Derby The announcement c a in t from the toll's Harry F. former ambassador to Cuba Ack Ack will be shipped ie New perhaps to La the Withers The coit set a track of 24 for the on by seven field oi Derby in trial With Ack out ihe Derby there were oi her likely thai came in. The Kanowsky Fleet Allied listed fur the Derby while and Mrs. R. F. Traffic Mark tu be entered to put the field at Entries also would include the big four Majestic Top Arts and Letters and Dike an Ocean Ack Ack out of the Derby there came an- other The withdrawal of Ack Ack came while Guggenheim was pondering the same problem he had 1C In 1953 Dark Star won the Derby narrowly missing a track Guggenheim put it. the only horse ever to beat Native Bay Racing Starts This Evening A floating grandstand will be on hand tonight for the San Francisco Bay first Wednesday night race of the 1969 The a bay cruising will be used to provide spectator space for the sailing It will leave the St. Francis Yacht Club guest dock at p.m. Competing in the event are a number of guest skippers to include Tom Don T r a s k. Bruce Hank Jim Roger John and Richard SHOULDER STILL AILING With the role of the female in racing becoming more prominent each a comely contingent of the dis- taff sice getting ready to ply its trade at the Peninsula Horse Association's nigh- quarter horse meet Bay Seeking to the quarter eue L- a 29- name who brings her a wealth of experience ir. bwh bred arid Mrs. Paul has a string of 10 horses stabled oc the Meadow's west the board of morning to a temporary licence ABC adding a new sion to the feminine role hi the turf 1- a jocko's agent and a better known as UK wife of jockey John and D e o r e s Beach hate secured licenses as ey agents for the nocturnal which opens Friday evening for a Mrs. whose education includes an extensive with the been galloping for 12 and her time the art e i to abridged don't worked a- an exercise girl and used to great Story ajcd Castle she King's had the 5 Ion of never being beaten gate a the latch he six on replied The lithe hooter shotted that she could handle a horse trom gate yesterday morning when prodded Kail Deck to a rapid 18.6 for the 356 ond fastest clocking of tie Kanis joined the ranks of the jockey agents out of a love of the sport and eco- like being horses and being John's I keep the money in the she accomplished is looking forward to her new occupation a- only agent with Reed Rally Oakland's Oldest Turns Back Longden Has Derby Vv tm Golf Meet OR Tee Fever the tler a scare in tiie 69th California State Tennis at Alpine Hills Tennis Club in Portola but Robert a former San Slate bounced Mac in the opening fell to Tim a Los Altos High School the 3 rallied from a 5-2. first game deficit to defeat Cal's Corky 7-5. 6-2. The first and second Jim Jim again had the day off. Play resumed this morning at 11 a.m. Excluding it was a bad day for tennis Ron Cornell oi Tom Kiss of Don Jacobus of B e r k e i e Mike Mullan of B e r k e 1 e y. Jack Haak of Oakland and Harwood White of Berkeley were all Cai's Bob and leys Chuck Blacking er San Jose d. Carlos 6-S, 6-3. Steve Los a. Don San 6-2, 6-2. Tom Mf d. Ron 7-5. 6-2. Mike i- By ED SCHOENFELD Tribune Sports Writer The wearing used to hit gutta percha balls wnen ships began in golf be renewed for the 55th time Friday with 81 players participating in the opening round of The lield will be paired at a ner at the club's downtown Bob the defending low gross will tee off Friday fresh from his triumph in the Doten tional at the Silverado County Club in Play in the tourney is at both low gross and low The first round Friday will be at the Orinda County The Claremont Country will be ihe of the round 9. Bid and lor the in the lie when they rolled dice to the rolled a to give Harry two behind Goodwin will be back to make other run for she title Other low handicap who filed entries with man Dick include Gerald Man Ed Don Verm Shafer and The net play is a Judging the handicaps is 0 0 0 A whooping field of ers will compete in the Golf Association best stroke play net championships Thursday and ai a There be 12-'5 u i d and more in Filial The low 30 Saturday A Bob Church of Silver Coif will return to dr lend ihe he and Jack or Springs last D o ioi the U.S. Public ship will be played June 21-22 at Harding Park in San Lloyd Del Nore has sei the entry deadline for 28 The Flecto Invitational is at in Alamo Big Ben son of the Raiders is supposed to golf May 26 in the Kayward Boys Club Sports at Sunol 60-SECOND SPORTS PAGE Franklin Namath Awards Loses Ring Cr M T Title by KO I WOODLAND HILLS A I Rav of I. Joe Namath was awarded 5-4, 7-5. Tom Los d. Don tne Belt 3b tne 6-1 Don d. John San 6-1, 6-2. Chuck 9er, d. d. Jack San 6-1, van San d. Larry 7-5, 6-2. Chuck San d. 6-1, 4-3. Henry Los d. 6-2, 4-1. d. Jamie San 6-3, RoSin d. Morris 6 1, 7-5. Jack Sanra d. Dan San 6-3, 6-0. Bili At- d. Gordon 6-2. 2-0. 7-5. Paul d- Mike 6-2, 6-2. Gil Daly d. Wiil Ssn 6-4, 1-5. Bob San d. John 7-5. Don d. Paul 6-1, 6-2. Chris d. Rodney San Professional Athlete of the Year yesterday in front of his pub. Bachelors in New York during the late afternoon rush hour and the ceremony clogged traffic for 20 The New York Jets quarter- back was unable to accept the trophy at an annual dinner Feb. 2 because he was in nawa on a tour of U. S. Army ooo ENGLAND'S government Boston Red Sox announced sponsored betting lew board that pitcher Jim Lonborg re- turned to Boston yesterday for examination of his ailing right The tall who pitched the Red Sox to the American League pennant in 1967. was to be examined at Boston's Sancta Maria tal by Dr. John an orthopedic He was scheduled to pitch tonight in Washinton but the Red Sox switched to Lee Race Entries HOLLYWOOD PARK 1969. First cost Clear 1_ 1-16 3- tiM Pretty Melody 109 tlW 114 Ccsa 112 Big Cliff iw Box Office 10? Seven Oceans 120 5 3-year-old Red Dress 113 Able Command V3 Irish lie Unzio Me 113 Double Go Go 113 Hill Swina liS Riant Side 113 8e Queenly 118 113 Grace 1113 Poona Fez 113 118 Fleet IIS Sib 113 Bolero Babe 5 2- maiden till lis Ban's Aarons Choice 154 Gee Hi Till Then iia Doll 116 116 116 Mavo 7-5. Sob d. R. A. Ssn 6-1, 6-1. d. Rick Palo 6-3, 6-3 MEN'S DOUBLES c. 6-0. 6-3 d. 6-3, 6-J. d. 7-5. Reed d. 9-7, 6-2. d. 6-3, 6-0. d. 6-0, d. 6-1, 6-1. d. 7-5, 6--. 6.1, 6-2. d. 6-J, 6-2. made a million bid for Epsom race traditional site of the Epsom ooo DEAN former Arroyo High prep socked a home run as BYU swept a doubleheader from e b e r 20-7 and 8-3. v Golden Gate Race Entries GA i c 1 and Posi time 1 o rp FIRST Purse Six US Ikan Win 113 Race Results 6 Pineda Shoemaker 11.-0 7.iO 15 20 Also ran Slav Just Evens Windy Pint 7me 313 Senator 115 113 SECOND 6 113 colts and 3- 115 115 11; Short Or Pierce costa 11 u Southern Mississippi to run its season record to 22-10. ooo BABE America center at the sity of California from 1922-24. was among eight players for the National b a 11 Foundation's Hall of it was announced Also picked were Chuck Larry Less Ohio State; George William John and Gerald ooo WALLY ROTHGEB of Reno was named to the U.S. ski team's training roster for 1969-70. ooo SYD Troy State has signed a pro contract with the British lumbia Lions of the Canadian Football ooo GEORGE 260- pound defensive tackle from Texas AOL has signed his rookie contract with the ton who also an- the signing of 235- p o u nd Chattanooga guard John Tyszkiewicz and 227- Purse Six and All llj Mss 1 13 Joe's H Drdo 113 Kail Tiki 150 Nictate 113 Dark Dash Cric Also Test Plan Of Fleet Leather Cathedral 113 Fortunes Boots 113 Daily Double Paid 113 Purse 5 113 and 2-year-olds. liS 7om Pineda s llj Valenzuela 10.80 5.00 2-80 was recalled by the Seattle Pilots from Vancouver 4 center 000 trith right WItn in thp in me US 116 Us 1'6 tin ro Cn S. US 115 115 Mo 3-vear-old maidens 150 Jester ija Tasu Court Road 120 Knm Teton P I F T H y r s e f ard 116 lo 12D tliS W 3 BO 3.43 Ann's A 7 33 FOURTH 6 Aiso Did cons ano Dec. lls Price 51s 7C3 11- 57.500. oie 3 1U Son Of Smith 114 Cutier CO St JO Hi Naopa Tested GIRL JOCKEY WINS FIRST AT CHURCHILL Jade SI Purse 6 115 and Little Trio 115 Lamo Goid 11> 1.2 Miss 120 Doll tarth Mvr 116 Bern Sock 119 French Discord 115 Bern 116 Carlos Cmt 112 Foot Th Bl Jr. t- 1 now 14-4 in the Merritt 101 224 15 2 OUt 15 a Season San Francisco 113012000-J 11 2 With the score tied at 6-6, the one-armed relief 116 Comose 122 Keen Kutr 116 Boxer Bob 116 Canal St till Purse 6 olds and Get Up 'N Shine 112 Box Boy 114 Royal 114 1115 120 Prince 114 Subdue 120 Sinful Lakers one fillies and 4- and classified Pacific Cross 120 Chenille 114 Lucky Soot 120 Luz Del Sol 120 Mrs. Joe F. 114 Toe Shoes 120 Porter trained trained 55.500. Lord 113 Mac's Romn 113 Hla Th Lne 113 Duke of IP Shern 103 8rch Bay 113 Five Allowances i b a n v Chamber of On Hm 117 Gav Neke 117 117 170 Couo DC Wn 115 155 Prudent Sll So 60 Bear 7 iO Code Name D 2 00 an Laney 302 H M Purse 4 and Cassinelli and Er- Gold Certif 114 Vegas Ike Bailou and 117 Burning Steel 1U pitcher Jack came on J 5S'0a De Bano in the fifth inning and picked ViV Ginor Bali ct Zo Genii Sue Bubble Poe Biu Litl Rpd Wn 5 Ibs 7103 Bounce 113 113 118 Finny 113 ihe famed her the rday but she thinks it will be a while she rides in the Derby The 20-year-old who became the first girl ever to strono at a jj s parimutuel track last won aboard D. H. Divine's Ton a 4-1 shot in a claiming feels good to win Daine said afterwards in the 4'vw' but tastefully 113 Fleet 57.80 Si M atod 113 Horns i J to r. tiiA Lambert x j d like to ride in the Derby 114 Also ran Shasta till Tall Party anybody It 3 101 important a 83.000 1 S. Beau 7 3vcar-clas fillies marcs Harrn 00 Time To 2 tO 2 10 1 Also Third 8, 113 Total ing API Ray of unloaded a attack in the round and won the California state weight championship last night from Lovelle 133'-2. by a knockout in their scheduled 12-round Referee John Thomas stopped the match after 2 27 seconds of the fourth The champion had taken a severe beating from the start and wound up with both eyes badly cuf and nose He was never clown but was apparently out on his Ring physician Jack Useem examined the cuts and mended the fight be from had been fighting in Eu- rope since 1961 before coming to this country last He now has a record of 41 nine defeats and one with k n o c k o u i s Franklin is 30-G-l and 29 Penny Delays Debut ny Ann who Marled all the commotion about won't make her scheduled debut as the first of her sex to ride at Hollywood Park Penny Ann failed to up yesterday morning as usual to exercise horses for trainer L. to whom she 's un- der and he decided to let someone else ride for Xo one seemed lo know why Penny didn't Lakers Sign No. 1 Choice LOS ANGELES Los Angeles Lakers of ihe National Basketball tion announced yesterday they have signed Dick 6- 185-pound guard from Southern who average 20 points a game last was the second round draft Last Friday the signed iis No. 1 Willie McCarter from Kendall In Title Fight W F. S T Bob the light heavyweight champion from Silver and challenger Andy Kendall of signed official con- tracts yesterday for their title fight here May 24. The televised 15-ro under will be held at the Eastern Slates r o r John a d d i i n g a Dei in favorite in- more than riding one br glad when ihe v. i- winningest jockey ever and of favored about him coming back in good I have a colt and 1 don't want anything to gy who rode a record 6.032 winners during a 40-year including the great Count Fleet of the 1943 Triple he has another Count Fleet on his hands in the red coll. Prince is as good as Count Fleet and I hope even Longden said after galloping the undefeated three-year-old in a for Saturday's who likes peppermint candy almost as much as purchased by Canadian trialist Frank McMahon as e a i n g for a price of The colt has been burning up the California tracks and is undefeated in his last seven done everything we have asked of Longden never seen a better just as big a thrill to be training him than if I were riding him in the he closer to him this And beside I have the privilege of galloping him and can tell right away if he de- any The 62-year-old former ada cowboy and son of a coal mine engineer will saddle Prince for veteran tack on has as good a dis- position as any horse I've worked Longden doesnt get keyed But for Longden the sure is slowly building up to Derby Day and those two utes that can either answer dreams or shatter Jones Injured NEW YORK First baseman Dalton Jones and right fielder Tony Conigliaro of the Boston Red Sox were forced out of last night's game against the New York kees with Jones hurt his left arm in a collision at first with Yankee baserunner Jerry Kenney in the fifth Conigliaro sustained a pulled groin cle into second base in ihe BASEBALL'S TOP TEN By The Associated press Based on 35 at bats AMERICAN LEAGUE Qua GAB K K 3--5C Cri U C S 21 .CZ Esn 8 JS 12 It 73 13 Bsn 19 iS 16 2S H Allen n 21 3at 32 83 19 31 Was 12 27 2 10 15 41 15 Cater 18 72 14 26 KC 16 59 2 2J Home Runs F 9; New 7. 7; 7; 6. i. Runs Batted In c 22; 21, Hew 15. F pitching 9 tied 1 000. NATIONAL LEAGUE Club G AB X H C Jones NY 19 74 17 SI LabOV Mtl 19 73 8 25 H Aaron 20 71 11 23 Parker LA W 59 li 21 Hefner Poh 45 10 Jones Mtl 19 71 11 25 Cm 19 80 IS Swoboda NY IS 47 4 U Runs San 5; 5; 3; 9 tied 4. Runs Bitted In San 22; 19; 18; 17; It. 2 1? tied with 1 000.