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   Star-News (Newspaper) - April 21, 1964, Pasadena, California                               A.I.H SPORTS Jl, e GOLF GRIP WgMUEK 'SOff SMKvVAVfr, you ?ee-( FIRMIY PJ.ANTBP Aft YOUR YOUR Fefs-r win. PCWN A 8if> PLACING you CU056R -TO -fHB 0AL.U ANP> INCREASING -THE UKBUHOOPOPA SHOT. cuue. IF t HAVB A 6 IK3N ANP tO MAK6 If A 6 AMP SAME PIStAUtf. 1 VESV 'AMP IP yOU CAW AVOIP FXOZZH Robertson's Picks WEDNESDAY. APRIL 52, 1144 Clear Fasl. Flnl Pail P.M. NCAA Hits yards. Claiming. Puric S1JOO 110 Ncrlh American (Atfalr) 5 159 Chkaro Grand' (Chapman) 6 146 Seven Cols (SJrouss) 2 IrU Bar SirlDoer tMahornev) 1 ]J? IV Polleo Kerry [PcrncrJ ......8 117 1W Rare Rice (Apodaco) .......10 JM IS? ScwIerOrav (Robinson) 9 120 ffl r Grav (Ro- ZfH [Smilhl [Crosbvl NORTH AMERICAN fes good OTIV, 3-1. CHICARO GRAND may hold the be I, 3-1. REAL CRAZY hat riahl Im- prove, 3-1. LONGSHOT-RARE RICE. 1491 Shcrl Charge (Allison) 166) Bee Cos 16? Recardo (McReynolds) ......4 120 Hof 03) Lena's Gold (Adoir) I 117 tl3) Whlslllno Man (YaneO 2 120 Srxmlsn Gin (Mnhorney) ....5 120 ...ORT CHARGE won like good colt, BEE CAS no mum how good; 3-1. SEGARDO not eul II, 4-1------------------ GOLD. vnrdl. 3 old! ond up [n Grade B plui. Puric SlOoC. 147 Tofum's Zero (Rcberllonl 129 Flying Rhvlrim (Adal Ukpki Mils CYanezl Dr. Dan (Pcrnerl i 1 17i Trlrte TATUM'S ZERO a btclen rnvtrlle, J-l. FLYING RHYTHM gill' Olf the rail. 3-1. UTOPIA MISS can better lull, 7-1. LONG. DR. DAN. yarih. MakXn 1 yeoi Purie Sim___________________ 17J Mollv (Mahornev) 144 [SmMM Firsl Prlic tChno Firsl Prlic tChnoman) 5 117 174 callle Joe 11 Fkng Cnll (Banksl 1 ]j! W'S Rocky Bcr Crosbvl 6 IV W'S Pueblo Girl Aslro Deck (Robinson) (D'evcr) 7 _____...... showeo promise, j-i. DLXIELENA Icb lor 3-1. FIRST PRIZE Ihrow out debut CALL vordi. 3 veor and up In Grcde A plut. Purie i 1S3 Dn Watch 'ISmllhl........7 114 177 Trlrte Tel (Robinson) 3 117 143 Dinr.v ILItelll .............5 119 In Miss jHibor (Di-ever) .....7 Barrecrs Story [Banks) 4 (143) Red Bar Ida 5 (1721 Miss Dirndl Bor (ChaBrnan) 13 nil) Gold Hustler (Aaalrl 1 (ISO) TOD Issue Joe Gordon (Crosby) 8 MonlecBrlo Ear rfiobt------- UfrDla Choree (Smith Eoster Charae IMahcrney) U IK 117 Shu Decs; .........1 117' Rico Moon (Moore! 3 115 MISS. DISBAR oiler Iblrd straight, I. RfcD BAR IDA. comes good win', 1. GURDON, 2 Vtof elds. Al- ,SAN FRANCISCO N'atiorml Collegiate Athletic 'As- sociation Monday placed one- 'ear sanctions against the foot- >all teams of the University of Slippery Rock, Pa., Slate College and Prairie View, Tex., Kentucky was banned from >laying post-season football for violating the provisions of out of season football practice and he other two sclwols were given he same penalty for playing in non-sanctioned post-season foot jail games last year. The NCAA executive council also lifted sanctions against Indi ana University, University of Colorado and New Mexico State. Indiana had finished a four-year probation period and Colorado liad completed a two-year sanc- tion. However, the council lifted a three-year ban against New Mexico State that still had nine months to run. Announcement of the Ken- tucky probation made at the end of the afternoon session and Walter Byers, executive di rector of the NCAA, made j statement indicating that the University had not deliberately violated NCAA rules but had thought it was "running a proper permissible activity." The council's probation state- ent said that Kentucky had olated the .rules by having lysical conditioning programs the late winters and early t MVVW 4. good, LONCSH yards. 3 year olds A up in Grade AA plus. The Southern C a ft f o r n I a Training Officer! Assn. Purse .._ 144 Mlr 170 Rlc Royal Chanl (ClwwrMn) ....12 Pao (Smilhl 7 Mlrada Jo Bar (Robinson) 1 (Robinson) ILIIIell) 117 Tonlo Annie lAIIIsonl ?JS F 173 Chu Chu'Bob iMoorel April Win (Mahorney) Pele IBonkll Kilten (Chapmon) ____ Rccket Jofeen [Mahorncvl 5 11 6 Hi 170 113 162 Nuo'5 Guy. Bar (McHevnokts) 2 117 1S2 Half Clown (Perner) .......14 117 ROYAL CHANT one to hold If gees. MR. PAP will like added .distance, M1P.ALM JO BAR lolled as hot Mo. --_APRU._WIN. yards. 3 year olds up In Grade AA minus, "be Society For Gripped children and A d o I Purse ______ Miss Coprldeck (Moore) ....5 115 Blj Al (Smilhl Rockel Poise ISIrauss) ......11 116 Dick Kllllan IRobtnjon) .....7 117 Jc.y Gales Jr. (Dreyeri .....12 Tonfn Ginger (Adalrl !'f a.udel's Rtioda.rwcRynMs) 6 71 Bartara Nell (Affairl 3 I" Miss Zip Bar (Litlell) .......10 JJj 171 Cue Oeck (Allfson) 4 111 126 Derwsa JDreyer] 1 11. 135 Brirce's Gal (Crosby) 8 II Gyo's Bar (Mahornev) ......2 106 MISS CAPR1DECK ready beil, 1-1. BIG AL failed to auainr Derby, 3-1. ROCKET POISE chont.1 I drovd .In, 4-1. LON6SHOT -CHUDEJ'5 -HODA. vorch. J.ywr.ttih t 1 Purse Ifi Drllty Don [Cho t ....11 154 Llohlnuw War fAdalr) 10 11 154 Thunder Chirk ISmllhl 4 IW 129 Rush 154 Born US CMrt Rush Hour (Jark Rcblnwnl 4 1. 154 Barred None rMrOowcll) 3 1. Cl'rtnsure (Pmel 5 11 .IAI ALA1 me In hfl'rt DRIFTY DAN lull mlKrd, 3-1. SHiKE THF5 CAN rljnres, 7-2. RUSH HOUR. Lens Alaitiilos f laarls MONDAY, APRILY 10th Doy of Spring Meeting. (CLEAR AND FAST) yards. MoirJen olds. Clmg. Purse 31200. wl. pp Fto. Odds! Dandy Bar Three (Slrss) 120 1 IM 1.10 Your Roouest 120 8 2'i 2.80 Little Trace 1 3" 11.00 (Dreverl 120 2 ,J.EO yards. 3 vear elds, uo Grade A4-. Purse SUQQ. 8-10 Mr. Slip Up (Chapnman) 120 J Foollsn Caoers 116 I 1.4  Jlr. SUP UD 4'W, 2.80, Foolls aoers 3.80, 7.E4; Rambler Queitlon 2.B4 GOLDEJN GATE RACE ENTRIES WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, DM CLEAR AND FAST. POST 1 P.M. Clma. 400. 3 Yo. 6 Fur. .els Bey vtelodv O'Erln Abbey Balboa Bcb L'Day JO Dainty K. 112 Coco H 11? Aulumn Royal 1 114 Overexposure 1 114 Covered Ramp 1 lie's Iron 112 Laudcnt 1 Clmg. 4300. 3 Yo. Fu Palmer's All 114 Flying Glue 1 Srlont Imoae 114 Wendy Eye ''alomon 114 Sea Sun mlleetoo 114 Georgia Mai Colonel Avre 114 Thunder Charge 1 Mirnl's Pel 119 Alw. J Yo Men. F. S Fu Pomonyllan 117 Janet Ru Miss Bon Bon 117 o-Kolacky Girl 1 ;ep .vMary Go Go Lin I I'M Empress 117 Sool Ol Tea 1 iroul 117 Plzilcoto 1 icupled. Alw. Hdn. 3 Yo. i Fi Jodoor's Boy 118 Prlvale Debt Crankshaft 111 No pavers ly Beau 118 Slar Of India u 0' Gold 114 Ice Tower ARCADIA PAR 3 gals are winners iri Arcadia's Par Three golf play, lell to right are Helen who set a new course record of 50 in taking Ihe title along with being pjHing queen; Virginia Ruth McCullah, A class winner; Ruth Miller, runner-up A class; Mary leibsak, B class wjnner; Alma Cazalini, B runnef-up; Bernice Prentiss, C class winner; and Tom! Robinson, C runner-up._________________________ FINANCIALLY SPEAKING Network Boss Suggests 60-Game Baseball Season The major league baseball senson should be shortened j lo a GO-gnmo schedule, Thomas W. Moore, president of the ABC Television Network, said Monday: With a'uO-game schedule two weekend'games a week big league baseball could adapt Itself to network television j and thereby Increase attendance at the games and put base- ball on a much sounder financial basis, Mr. Moore said In a speech before the Hollywood Advertising Club. The ABC-TV president said that with television now a major factor In American life, "It Is now time for some.ot our tradition-bound institutions lo do a little adapting" to.the Industry. An activity that serves the average family .45 hours a week, he said, deserves to help shape the pattern In- stead of using the established methods that were formed be- fore the development of television. PC Loses Filly Lady Bid Pulls Upset Ted Shimizu fanned 10 Pasa- dena College batters as L.A. State's baseball team blanked the Crusaders, 10-0, State pounded two Pasa- dena pitchers for eight hits, but no one was able lo get more han one hit, Mike Hall tripled or the third straight game for he winners. RUE v Side Girl 3. Mile. -lenwood (Turcollel 5.60 3. Hubbard (McCurdvl i. Creswell (Vcjeniucla) .EVEHTH-4 fgr. J-5. rounty Mokt (Ferroro) 3.00 3 loldei Hostess (Kallol) 4. .ease Lass (Tnarnton) 14. fur. lonw.gnlctut ttM Amazing? Most people are downright flabbergasted the first time they check out a new compact Dart convert. Pop goes the top. But Ihe price just sits there low and easy (6 take. It's even more amazing when you consider all that makes a t Dart a Dart Room, for instance. Just size it up with your knees, head, elbows, or a two-week's vacation load of suitcases and whatnot You'll find large economy-size room-as much stretch- out and load space as in many standard-size cars. And for good measure, there's large economy-size power to go with it... from a 170'cubic inch standard engine to an optional gung-ho 273 V8. Amazing? You bet It's what happens when a quality car maker builds a compact bigger, quicker, and then tops it off with a Come see. At very reasonable compact prices, you can have a Dart convert or a handsome sedan, hardtop, or wagon roof overhead. HOW DOOOTI (-YEAPI, ENGINE AND OXIVI TRAlK WAIV HJHTY PROTECT! 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