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   Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1970, Syracuse, New York                                Heads Field in Jersey Derby Personality Favored Today CHERRY HILL a real work goes after the second leg of his own version of the Triple Crown in Saturday's Jersey Derby at Garden State Park. After finishing a disappoint- ing eighth in the first test in Thoroughbred Racing's Triple the 3-year-olds with all car- colt went on to win the Preak- ness and will go in-next-Satur- day's the other two legs. for Personality the Jersey Derby will have to sub- stitute for the Louisville classic. a Beiber-Jacobs stable entry with High is the 8-5 choice in a field of rying 126 pounds. Eddie Bel- monte will ride Personality. This will be the sixth race in eight weeks for the son of Hail To a heavy schedule for a horse so highly rated. But Ja- cobs insists that his.colt has Jacobs Hopes the Jersey out- ing serves as a good prep for h the June Belrnont. Personality's main opposition held up very or he wouldn't have run him. Marcellus Nips Cortland Bows Blancas T 1 If Leads boll Tourney Tenn. Homero Blancas birdied the last 4 two-holes Friday and swept into ri the second-round lead of the Danny Thomas-Mem- phis Open Golf Tournament with a five-under-par 65. The Happy Hombre from winner of the presti- gious Colonial National invita- tion just two weeks had a 36-hole score of nine-under- par on the Colonial Country Club course. Brash Dave the first- round leader and Blancas' play- ing slipped to a 69 but was tied for second at 132 with long-shot Jim Grant. who has never led and never come close to winning in years on the pro had a 65. The short course continued to take a dreadful beating from the touring pros. Blancas and Lou Graham each recorded a front nine five-under-par and the lowest on the tour this year. And Rod a Wintu'Indian from notched a rare double eagle. He holed out a 220-yard three wood shot on the par five 16th hole. It was the first double of the year. Veteran J.C. Goosie was alone at 133 after- a 64 and six others followed at 134. They were Dick who was alone in second going into the day's Jim Jamie- Joe Joel Goldstrand and big George Archer. Archer and Goldstrand Had Camnbell took a Dave Kuncio fired a three- Graham a 63. Crawford a 70 and hitter as Mt. Carmel of Auburnf Jamieson a 68. Solvay High's baseballers edged 2-ly yester- day at Griffin Field to capture the County South after both teams had ended the reg- ular season with identical 8-2 records. 4 later in the J. F. Kennedy of Utica trimmed the in a Class Section Three game at the same site. In other action at Griffin Marcellus tallied three times in the final frame to nip in a Class A sec- tional Solvay's winning John also. scored the game-deciding run vs. Skanea- teles when he crossed the plate ona double by teammate Manny Martinez. Marino oitched a three-hitter while Lee Crossley allowed only five hits for the Lakers. Unable to use Marino on the mound in the Sol- vay's pitching was as JFK slammed out 17 hits ennmte to a one- sided win. Cbnway a'n d freshman Campolieto were shelled freely with Al Romano getting three including a and Gary Spatuzzi adding a single and triple to the JFK cause. Marcellus spotted Cortland a two-run then rallied in the Dan Welch scored all the way from first base o'n an infield error for the first i score. With the bases Hugh Dawson was hit by a pitch to force in the tying and Ken Gillen followed with a single to win the game. Dari Stalker threw a five-hit- ter for Marcellus and Mike Milligan allowed only four hits for the losing f igers. Scores by innings Skaneateles 000 000 1 35 Solvay 52 in the d 1-8 mile test Is expected to come from running mate High Sonny and Marino and Beeles. Cortland 2 51 Marcellus 000 000 3 4 1 Mtlllgan and Stalker tnd Czer- nlak. Kennedy 231.401 0-11 17 0 Solvay 72 seifert and Campo- Ifeto and Fedrizzi Mi Carmel Ace 3-Hits Rosary In Non-Leaguer mm trounced Most Holy 9- in a non-league. baseball I game at Rosary's field yester- day. The winners are now 19-3 while the Parochial League champi- slipped to 11-8. Chns Amon and .two-time world Kuncio recorded 14 driving j champ Dems Hulme boosting his season tal to 114 and his season Al Unser from Page assigned to drive them. was burned in a practice accident and Amon left the team in saying he didn't like the Speed- way. New York socialite driver Peter Revson qualified one of the cars in 16th position while veteran Indy.pilot Carl Williams qualified the other one. Also back in the pack and making his fourth start is three- time world champ Jack Brab- ham of Australia. The 44-year- old veteran brought a brutish- looking 'Brabham-Offy that ran in practice as high as 167 m.p.h. Brabham had only a week to get it ready forN qualifying but managed to obtain a 26th start. There are also four rookies in ord to 8-1. Bob Balash led the Auburn attack with four including a bases-loaded double. Carl Rizzo added two includ- ing a while Steve Gow- er and Bill Dunn also rapped doubles for Mt. Carmel. including Donnie who won World 600-mile stock car race at last Sunday. Also among the starters is stock car ace LeeRoy Yar- -who co-drove Allisons Charlotte winner. Foyt has four cars in the race. He qualified his own Coyote- Ford on the outside of the first row at 170.004 while George Snider-got a sister car into the fourth row at 167.660. Allison is the third team while Foyt came to the of veteran .Jim McElreath on the final day of qualifying by al- lowing him to put the team's backup car into the field. It starts in -last place. NBA Royals Sign Draft Choices CINCINNATI The Cincinnati Royals of'the Nation- al Basketball Association signed two of their 1970 draft choices Fuller of Loyola of Chicago and Mike Bernard of Kentucky State. Spikers Eye Section 3 Titles Today Aiming for trips to the New York State Intersectional Meet June area track athletes will begin Section Three com- petition today at two sites. Class A and C schools will con- vene at at Utica Proctor and the Class B-D teams will be in action at the same time at Norwich. At Watertown High is f favored to take team honors in the Class A with Baldwinsville and Liverpool expected to offer stiff opposi- tion. In the Class'C Westhfll' and Cazenovia figure to vie for team honors. New Hartford and Chitten- ango loom as standouts in Class B and the Class D races should be a wide-open struggle between a number of evenly- balanced teams. Top three placewinners in each class advance to the sec- tional finals at Rome Free Academy Tuesday night at 5 p.m. Also qualifying will be the first-place relay team in each class. The Intersectional Meet will be at the University of Rochester next Saturday. Milwaukee Sends Pitcher Down Werblin's Silent Screen .and Com with the ner getting Ron Turcotterup 0 v f starts at Garden. past two. tHe second choice with Silent John Rotz the third pick. Chuck Baltazar Ether whose Larry is committed to ride in New York. Corn Off the owned by Gary of fin- ished seventh in the Kentucky Derby and was held out of the but has three victo- ries and four seconds in nine ri races this year. The Memorial Day card fea- tures several other top stakes including the added Metropolitan Mile at Bel- the Governor's Handicap at Arlington the Lakeside Handicap at Hollywood the Brandywine Turf Handicap at Delaware Parkrthe Oak- land Handicap at Golden Gate Fields and the Bayard Tuckerman Handicap at Suffolk Downs. With 1969 horse of the year Arts ard Letters out with an in- Nodouble and Reviewer hold-the favorite role in the 77th running of the Met the first of three races that com- prise the handicap triple crown. Verna Lee Farms' well-trav- eled topweight at 126 pounds with Jockey Jorge Te- finished second to Arts and Letters in this race last year. Braulio Baeza will be aboard Ogden Phipps' has race only 11 times in' but never finished worse than third. Other entries include Verba- Gleaming Sword and longshot Mr. ridden by Kentucky Derby win- ning jockey Mike Manganello. Fast Out the Win- Ribifilio and Beau Brummel lead the field for the Governor's two divisions. Fiddle carrying top- weight at and are the top choices in the Lake- V side and Larceny with Bill Hartack is a top pick Brandywine. Diego was the early choice at Golden Gate and Pilot Knob will carry 118 at Suffolk. ACROSS 1 Watering places spade a spade 10 Noteworthy act U wine 15 Intense dislike 1 6 Enthust 17 Fairy tale opener 1 8 Gambling name 1 9 Large land mass 20 Melodramas 23 Units of 24 Undraped 25 flower 27 Refractory 0 Poured out 34 French star 36 Indian tribe 37 38 Rind Epoch 42 IsiandinEast 44 Effrontery 45 Fatty acid 47 With courage 49 Boxes 50 Burl on wood 51 French 52 Neckpiece 54 No 4 .words 60 Spheres 62 Subsequently 63 64 Promenade 65 Liquid measure 66 Old piano .favorite 67 Weaver's reed 68 With sublety 69 Sharp cry DOWN 1 Small area 2 Corn bread 3 Alms box 4 Breastbone 5 Light drama 6 Idolize 7 Cuff jewelry 8. Packing ring 9 Of the U.S. 11 Carefree 2 words 12 Dedicated 13 Parties 21 Mint drink 22 Spanish abbr. 26 Business abbr. 27 active 28 Waterwheel 29 Extraordinary 30 Something .Jiang 31 .Offensive Unearthly 33 College officers 35 Pine planks 39 Cantonese 2 words 40. Like some skirts 43 Misdeed 46 Theft 48..Girl's name Deep red 51- Fish basket 52 Salaams 53' Viva voce 55 Kite trailer 56 abbr. 57 Bacchanalian cry 53 Dickon's girl 59 Pitfall 61 Cloud region Fuxzle of May Solved Show Time As Fnnisbed fcy the Theaters More Out Life- Go Out to t SHOPPINGTOWN I SHOPPINGTOWN II 7 and MILWAUKEE The FOSTER IN NEW YORK NEW YORK Mac undefeated heavyweight from arived in New York Friday to begin the fi- nal phase of training for his scheduled bout with Jerry Quarry at Madison Square Garden on June 17. Milwaukee Brewers optioned righthanded pitcher George Lauzerique Friday to their Port- land farm club to-.make room for reliever Dave who was activated from Portland Thursday night. Baldwin was 1-4 at Portland p this and joined the Brewers Friday. a native of Cubaf has won one game and lost two for while pitching 35 innings in 11 games and giving up 41 hits and .14' walks for an earned run average of 6.94. Three Cornell Athletes Gain IC4A Points A trio of Cornell athletes led the Big Red to a third-place with nine at the conclusion of the first-day action at the IC4A meet. Mary- land led wih 13 points. In the long Glenn Fau- of and defending cham- pion Walter Jones was fourth on Walter J ones was fourth with -a leap of 23-9. Harvard's Noel Hare won at The six-mile new i was taken by Dick Bur- of with Cornell's ft John Anderson trailing in third place. Another upstate New Mike Shea of copped a fifth place in the long leaping and Section Three i Baseball Today A slate o.f four Section Three scholastic baseball games will be played today at Her-j kimer. Osw.ego. At Holland -Patent meets Sherburne Earlville at 11 a.m. in a Class D while Clinton takes on Chittenr ango at 2 p.m. in a Class A game at the same site. At Her- the host team goes against Lowville in a Class B clash at p.m. General Brown of Dexter tangles with Hannibal at Oswego at a.m. in a Class C contest. Fudge Scores Ace At Cazenovia GC Russ Fudge carded a hole- in-one on the par 161-yard llth hole at Cazenovia Golf Club playing in a foursome with his Flo- and Mr. and Mrs. Don The ace was the first of the year for who scored two of theiri in 1968. The 33 starters are all that Play in Philly Tomorrow ions to TO RECEIVE AWARDS KIAMESHA LAKE Heavyweight champion Joe Fra- the champion's Yancey an.d veteran boxing and sports publicist Mur- ray Goodman will receive awards at the 45th annual Box- ing Writers Association dinner here June 20. LOEWS More and KALI ET GENESEE and CINEMA NORTH Prime of Miss Jean and BAYBERRY the West Was and CINEMA EAST Man Called ECKEL and Them and 8. DE WITT DRIVE-IN and a.m. Them a.m. STUDIO and LAKESHORE DRIVE-IN and a.m. WESTHILL and 10. RIVIERA CINEMA en in and NORTH DRIVE-IN and a.ni. Molly MINI I Cassidy and the Sundance and PALACE Mr. 7 and HOLLYWOOD a and SALINA DRIVE-IN By DON PICKARD The Syracuse Scorpions will kick off the 1970 American Soc- 1s left of an original 84 cer League season Sunday when they travel to Philadelphis to play the Ukrainians in Temple Stadium. The second year ASL entry will be at Boston the following r Sunday before returning to Syr- acuse for the home opener June 14 at MacArthur Stadium. The Scorps' while dot- ted with familiar includ- ing .league all-star forward Frank will bdast several newcomers this season. N In the fullback new- t comers Wally Ricardo Muhammed and Charlie Wil- iiams along with halfback Ken Allison in a i f f with the Rochester Lancers for league-leading scorer Jim Lef- are slated to see plenty of action. At the halfback Allison another first year TOWN COUNTRY DINERAHT HM FOODS UCALHVMACfS Ml POST TIMI swvicf OUTFtOWT Mata Bftw Yokk Tony De will join 1969 vets Winston Earle and Mauro while Gladstone Yao Kankam and Bernie Messing will join newcomers John Simms and Pierre Mon- tierre in the battle for front line positions. along with from this year's will be Phil also with Rochester of the North American Soccer Asher now with Kansas City of the Gor- don who has remained in his native and team captain Don who has re- portedly decided to sit out the 1570 campaign. GENERATI MSIC BROTH SISTERS GRANT EARL TONIHT MAY SUNDAY MAY SHOWTIME AND SEVERINSON North Just Thruwa Exit Route Z074 Party Plan Your Next With Sunday's Show Time are changes for Sun- day other theaters re- tain same showtimes for both days. All times are afternoon or evening unless otherwise P SHOPPINGTOWN I and LOEW'S More and HOLLYWOOD a and STUDIO and RIVIERA CINEMA en in and MINI I Cassidy and the Sundance and SUGrad Student Seeks Volunteers f A Syracuse University grad- uate student is recruiting .vol- unteers to go to this summer to work'in teaching voter reg- istration and to set up health clinics and a blacls library in the community. Charles R. 702 E. Raynor a graduate stu- dent in higher education ad- began organizing volunteers after a meeting with Fayette Mayor Charles Evers when Evers was a guest on campus. THE POST-STANDARD May 13 MONDAY NIGHT AT THI OF FUN A MRVEr WALIUNGER PMTY MAMIT CMM turf fat rf f WI CATtt TO MATMMfTY EARTHS AND TGTS 116 AL MVtt SANOWKHIS-5 MRS ON TAP BARREL OF 3020 iUtNT AVI PH. 437'ftfOf ENTERTAINMENT .CINEMAS AT REGULAR CINEMA East Harris Performance Might Yield. Oscar. N.A. LAST 4 A MAN OFFICE OPENS GIANT FREE PLAYGROUND ALL CADTOON-fEATURf DALMATIANS and S.SaiinaSt-Nedrow-Kt.li-HY2-IOII 16 Interstate HVvaySI THE STARS SORHOOD r .__ Hollywood 11 Maitydale 4S4-0321 DENMARK A Color at and Richard Benjamin Color at Continuous Sunday From 2 P.M. CALLED HORSE RICHARD HARRIS in CINEMA North Smith LAST 4 North Show Starts at Dusk 'LAST at both theatres' WESTHILL Dlvif L VHlmM DRIVE fi99-3602 GLEN CAMPBEU- KIM DARBY .HAL WALLIS' iicuu mm DeWitt Show Starts at Dusk LAST at both theatres 422-Z3T wrfAr Matinee LAST 4 652-3 HOW THE WEST WAS WON GRffiCRVPECK- GBjRGE JAMES EU WALUCH JOHN wwt LAST 4 ALAN BATES-OLIVER REED D. H. LAWRENCE'S WOMEN IN LOVE CINEMA HAST PHONE 446-6892 LATE WINNER 4 ACADEMY EASTWCOD PALACE ENDS TUESDAY 2384 James St. Phone HE 7-8990 MR. With Peter O'TooIe. Petula Clark Today Tom'w. f Co mine BUTCH CASSIDV AND THE SUNDANCE KID ROBERT REDTOD LATE DONALD SUTHERLAND ELLIOTT GOULD Doors Open Show -Starts at Dusk DRIVE 1520 LAST _ _t 4 Walt JHXS In fc John Robert Mitchum CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE at Owe Ins SAMM Feature SATUPDOflKME GUIDE BURT LANCASTER DEAN MARTIN in 1COD-AO jMI-tttt MWITT ttchnicolor -ittrtophonfc lound 4 SHOWS SUN. AT SHOPPINGTOWN The story of a beautiful girl's lifetime between the of 19 and 22. the GENESEE X F   

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