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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 6, 1972, High Point, North Carolina A 21 High Point enter pm so Turnoy Moy 6, 1972 a xxx Vav. 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Four years after the race it is still being run. And every time they reach the finish line somebody moves it up. One wonders How the Derby people have the presumption to Start other Rose runs when the 1968 race still Hasni tended. The race began with 14 starters All but 12 of which have dropped out. Loss of stamina. Dancers image and Forward pass Are the Lone ones left snorting and kicking up dust. Its hard to say who a ahead at this Point. Eight Days before the alleged 1972 race a Kentucky appeals court ruled that dancers image would not receive the purse he was supposed to have won by com ing in first in 1968. Its a Long controversy and it continues. Shortly after the race dancers image was discovered to be carrying not Only jockey Bob Ussery but a substantial surreptitious amount of Phe nyl Butanone in his veins. A Bute a As its called among Junkie jockeys is an illegal medication used to make a horse feel like he a Tarzan. The winners purse of $122,-600 was held up by the Franklin circuit court which went contrary to the Kentucky racing commissions ruling that dancers image won the race but that Forward pass should receive the bread a boats a in the Equine vernacular. The racing commission gave the whole kit and feed bag to Forward pass the horse that May or May not have come in second. And the court of appeals has upheld that decision. Now Pete Fuller owner of dancers image who has been contesting the original racing commission ruling these Long four years and spending Over $200,000 and untold a time and energies in furious Pursuit of that elusive finish line says he will ask for a rehearing. All this has been a hardship of sorts on some bettors a notorious sentimentalist a who keep certain Mutual tickets around like others Harbor hand laundry tickets on Fuller and of course on dancers image. The deplorable situation has wreaked havoc with the love life of dancers image who is now in stud in Frederick my. Fuller says it has Cost him a great Del in stud fees since a the people that own better mares Haven to patronized him because of this the difference for dancers image is consorting with fishwives instead of starlets. Meanwhile the confusion continues As does the mystery of How and who put the Bute into the Gray Colts blood. For a time it even seemed that the integrity of the Derby would be harmed. That has not happened. If the Derby has been diminished As one of the great sporting events in America it is because the Ever longer basketball and hockey seasons have stripped some of the Glamor from it As has the sober fact that the traditional mint juleps and assorted grog Are now prohibited at Churchill Downs. Losing Money is easier to take when you see everything double. Its like having two horses for the Price of one. Despite this opprobrious prohibition bettors still flock to the ticket wickets. America is known for its incorrigible optimists. In the stable area at Churchill Downs though there has been a tightening of Security. Anyone who resembles a pharmacist is shaken out like a Dusty Rug. More fences have been put up there and now two guards grow where one used to. Though the 1968 race still Hasni to been decided horses like Majestic Prince 1969dust commander 1970 and canonero ii 1971 have been corseted in red roses in the Kentucky Derby winners Circle. But its just a diversion a Perky subplot a race within a race As dancers image and Forward pass Pound toward the endlessly receding horizon. Total Chica Houston 33 3 7_3_ total 27j 3 0 by 0 Bibb a a too 020 00a- 2 0 4 0 20040000 a�?4 00000000 0�?0 r Erbb 30 Oost Dpi san d ago 2. Now York i. Lob son Dingo i now York 7 b a Grot morale. D. Thom. By morals. Mrs Colman j. A by mama Doz. 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If 4 2 2 a n Ryan r Erbb so 4 4 7 1 i 0 0 i 0 0 3 0 0 t-2 20 a s 3, Yankees i new York Abr bbl Clarke 2b 4 110 Cem Prtt Torres of 4 0 2 0 Rudi of Murcer of 4 0 0 0 Reckson White it 3 0m Bando 3b Kaiou 1b 3 0 0 0 Mengual of Munson c 3 0 0 0 Duncan c or Hinny up 3 g 0 0 Epstein la Michael St 3 0 0 0 Hagan la spa Erm 0 2 0 9 0 Lbrown 2b or it body i i 0 0 0 Holtzman p my in p a o 0 0 Teal 30 i 4 i Teal a re by is 4 0 0 01 4 110 of 4 0 i 0 3 111 7 0 10 3 12 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 Greensboro High Point Central was not Able to put it together Friday and the Bison had to Settle for fourth As Grimsley won the sectional track meet. The Whirlie posted 30 Points to Edge Andrews 28 and Reynolds 27. In the 120 a Yard High hurdles Harold Nash won first place for Andrews with a time of 15.0. Darryl Simrel was third for Central. Lee Foye won the High jump As the big raiders cleared 6�?T6�?�. Central had a Winner in Darryl Simrel in the Long jump and Foye placed second for Andrews. Central was third in the 880 relay while the raiders took fifth. John Barker was third in the discus for Central and placed fourth in shot put Competition. Nash was second to Tim Tise of Reynolds in the Low hordes. Central placed third and Andrews fifth in the mile relay. Foyers 6 6�?T�?T jump tied Robert Mcadoo High jump record for the meet and was also a school record. Pete Richardson a fourth place finish in the discus for Andrews was a school record. Rhon Dixon and Joel Smith also set school records for Andrews Dixon in the mile with 4 43 and Smith in the two mile with 10 39, both from Andrews. There were 33 teams meet. By the associated press gels said before railroading the and Sandy Alomar and Sacri Homer was Bostons first of the Rvan s express seems to be Mil Quot Aukee brewerks�?z4-� Krida Fles by Ken Berr it and season in 12 games i picking up steam even though n�?~8ht on three hits and 14 veda Pinson. Ken Holtzman hurled a four the Engineer in t going All out a takeouts the orioles rallied for three hitter and Dave Duncan drove presented at the on the throttle Rya Quot turned in some Brilliant runs in the Bottom of the eighth in the tie breaking run with a throw performances in several frus to beat Kansas City after de fourth inning single and Hom a rating seasons with the new Kirkpatrick a two run Homer in ered in the seventh to Lead the a a York mets. Like the Little girl the top of the inning snapped a a a Over the Yankees. A with the curl when he was scoreless struggle. Fritz Peterson 0-4, held the Good he was very very Good singles by Mark Belanger As witless until Joe Rudi Dou but when he was bad he was and Pinch hitter Terry Crowley wed with one out in the fourth horrid. Started the counter attack and an t scored on Sal Bandows the problem was that he chased starter Mike Wiedlund. Single under the Glove of Short did no to always know where his Don Buford greeted relievers up Gene Michael. Bando supercharged fast Ball was Tom Burgmeier with a bunt came Aroun Ltd in singles by an a headed. A Ryan still wants to single and Belanger scored Mangual and Duncan. It a strike out All on the first when third baseman Paul Wilbur Wood made a pair of Trinity edges so Randolph Trinity a everybody got in his licks for both sides Friday but in the end Trinity a a in be decided i can easier with better results a Lan Ryan of the California indy practice speeds climb Indianapolis ind. Whipped Southwest Randolph a charging Jim Malloy pushed pitch a a said Imo for its 10th Davidson up the months top Speed at the Tim Morgan Randolph conference Victory Indianapolis motor Speedway to right hander the bulldogs have lost one 188.048 Friday afternoon As he and Are 15-2 Overall. Trinity had things in hand going into the top of the seventh but Ricky Ridge poled a two run Homer after Steve Miller had singled. Ridge went to the Mound and wound up the loser. Trinity pulled it out in the seventh when Terry Smith reached first on a fielders Choice stole second and scored on Ricky Whitaker a single. Leading hitters were Whitaker with 3-for-4 for Trinity including a Homer in the sixth and Harold Hoover for Southwest with 3-for-4. Trinity scored six times in the fifth to take an 8-7 Lead at that Point. Friday afternoon As continued to Lead the rest of the pack in Pursuit of the 190 Barrier. Pitching coach after the lanky broke into the american league with a four hit shutout of Minnesota but Only lasted a total of 4 1-3 innings in his next two starts. Baltimore so Randolph grimly the Denver Colo Driver has a a elsewhere. Baltimore edged bus earned run average Check had the ton Lan kneed at the Kansas cloy 3�?~2� teas upped de Detroit until he needed help track re his new dry Gurney Detroit 24 Minnesota whipped from Mike Paul and Horacio built raffle five of the seven Boston Orland downed the Pina in the eighth. Days of practice now completed an he cd Ford homered for he for the May 27 Indianapolis 500 �cag0. Sox shaded rangers in the second and Jostle race Cleveland 2-1. Or Joe Coleman walked Gogo All snood Are unofficial at Ryan Hopes to emulate Aneth Kwoski with the bases loaded in the tract except during the two or hard thrower named Sandy the fourth to Force Home the tis i Koufax who locate Winner. Detroit scored in the the race itself Home plate in new York fourth on singles by Aurelio race Ana Ine race lieu. Brooklyn to be specific but Rodriguez Al Kaline and bill1 ? pm a 0 found control and the path to Freehan. Indy 500 in 1988, turned a 190.8 the half of Fame in Southern the twins maintained their Mph Lap during the ire test Sim California. Lagune Lead in the Al West the skin Ltd Epthen the Angels scored twice a wih Steve Braun slamming a iday was toe Best since then. The second on Andy Koscoe a two run Homer Rich Reese de j eleven t ers have now single a triple by Leo car livering a two run single and driven into a 180s, including Denas and Ken Brett a wild Rod Carew doubling Home the official one and 10-Lap record Patch an j added two More in other run against the red sox. 1 0 4 0 3 1 3�?10 13 4 Holder Peter Revson and three-1third on singles by Ryan Rico Petrocelli a sixth inning time Winner . Foyt jr., each third baseman Schaal s throw sailed past first first inning runs stand up for base. Merv Rettenmund singled his fourth Triumph in pitching Home the tying run and Boog the White sox past the indians. Powell a sacrifice Fly delivered Pat Kelly opened the game the Winner. With a single stole second took Bill Gogolewski who entered on an infield out and the game with a Texas sized scored on Dick Allen s sacrifice Fly. The winning run was produced on singles by Bill Melton Carlos May and Rick Reichardt off Rookie Dick Tidrow. 0110431�?11 13 2 batteries d. Hoover Ridge i and Scott. Gurley Whitaker 3hunt 3spell 4 and Roberts w a Spall la Ridge hrs Ridge swi Johnson swi Smith Whitaker Hunt t of whom made it for the first time Friday. Revson hit a top of 183 824 and Foyt clocked 181.745. 27 3 7 3 total 35 2 to 2 total 30 3 to 3 none out when Dinning run scored. Sanfrancisco 200 too 000�?2 Fhi Adalphia 00 110 01�?3 a Spear of a Sanfrancisco 3. Fulle Delphi i. Lob Sanfrancisco to. Philo Del Ohio 7 7b�?bonds. Money Doyle. Man person Mccarver. Mertchel Anderson 3b�?kngman a by sewer so Champion Hutton if h r Erbb so Merithel l.i-4 a to 3 3 2 3 Champion w.3-c to i 2 4 3 to a 20 a�?22,141. A Fth 4 0 0 0 Oakland 4 0 7 1 a of a new Dak land 4 r Jackson Man if f. 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Found one Fairway Bunker and showed still carded seven birdies once Riessen Downs favored Laver los Angeles so r h by worker to Crawford of Soavis of from Cinson of la Fahert 20 Garvey 3t> Sims c Russell is John p Buckner pm mtg Keiss p Meta pm Montreal a r h i 2 0 0 0 Hunt 2h 4 0 10 Jorgenson la 4 12 1 Masher of 3 0 0 0 Bailey to 3 0 0 0 wine 3b 4 0 0 0 Singleton of 4 0 10 foil is 4 0 3 0 Woods of 2 0 0 0 Humphry c 1 0 0 0 Morton or 0 0 0 0 Bocconi c 1 0 0 0 a Ponaman p 4 0 12 2 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 12 0 4 0 0 0 3 17 0 3 17 0 prised after taking a three up to watch the Tricky winds when he chipped in from 20 stroke Lead Midway through the with gusts up to 25 Miles per feet. $125,000 Houston open Golf hour Send scores higher in this tournament. Event that is being shunned by Irwin a quiet serious Young most of the games great stars Man from Boulder colo., had among the missing for one to do some frantic scrambling reason or another Are Jack to Post his second consecutive Nicklaus Lee Trevino. Arnold 67 Send a 134 Tofal Bidav. Palmer Billy Casper and Gary a it did no to feel like i shot 67,�?� player the 25-Vear-old said. A it feels there was a group of five shot 77.�?� Teal la Angel Montreal Las vegas top seeded Rod Nev. Map Laver was the most prominent victim of a Ceries of upsets Friday in the 50 009 world championship Tennis tournament. Laver the left handed australian who leads the act circuit with More than $70,000 in earnings was outplayed by Marty Rissen of Chicago who scored consistently with passing shots and breezed to a 6-2. 6-4 Victory. The second and third seeds in the tourney were also upset. Australian John Newcombe knocked off second ranked countryman Ken Rosewall 6-4 7-6 Frank Froehling of Coral Gables. Fla who Learned to play on Clay courts and is at his Best on slow surfaces like the carpeted courts Here scored his second straight to set overcoming third seeded oooo. Oooo More like i shot 77.�?� including veterans Doug Sand Iii his 10-under-Par total on the ers Don january and Austral-39 3 j 6.998-Yard Westwood country Ian Bruce Devlins tied for third a a a a a �?�"1 club course put him three at 139. Also at that figure was a Gary a 7 Iff Angelin in strides ahead of Chuck Thorpe Bob Payne treat i lob to Angelet a Montreal t the Rookie who led the first january had a 68. Devlin and w a via of 4. Is �m#r2m. Round then slipped to a 71 de Payne 70s, and Sanders 71. In h rep by so spite an Eagle three in the 13th australian Veteran Bruce 4 3 2 1 j 2 0 0 0 1 Ragsdale captures 1st place 33 i 7 i total a Ooi Ooi 10000k-3 do to Ai Gln 7 to a non l.2-2 Mikkel Storeman w.3-2 a bpm by John a�?20.042. 5 3 .3 2 0 7 i jorgensen3 -2 1. Rangers 2, tigers i night game the at a Tro it 010 too 000-2 5 0 too too 000-1 4 j Gogol Ewsii Paul Iping 4 King b Lings 7 Coleman so Herman 7 Sielbach and Freehan we Gage Al. 1-1. La Coleman 3.3, hrs Texas Ford 2graebner moves into semifinals Kansas City Iasi Clark Graebner of new York Defeated Tom Edlefsen of los Angeles 3-8, 6-3, 6-3 Friday and advanced to the semifinals of the Glenwood Manor invitation Tom Okker of the Netherlands a Tennis tournament. 6-7, 6-3, 7-5. Froehling had pre Graebner. Third ranked a piously beaten fifth seeded a tonally will play Haroon a thur Ashe in three sets. Him in saturdays semifinals Giff Drysdale of South Afrahim of Pakistan Defeated Rica ranked fourth moved into Jim Osborne of Salt Lake cite the favorite a role by eliminate 3-6. 6-3, 6-4. Ing Roger Taylor of England 6 Richmond a local play-2. 7-6. Drysdale faces Riessen or to seeded in women s strand Froehling meets new Gles Defeated Sandy slap of Combe in the semifinals Satur Deerfield iu., 4-6, 6-3, 6-0 to Day. I reach the semifinals. Hole. Thorpe had a 36-Hole total Cranston one of the hottest of 137. Players on the tour this year a i still feel like i can win a matched Irwin a 67�?Best score said Thorpe one of the few of the Day and moved into position at la. Irwin a former National collegiate Golf Champion and a one time football Star at the University of Colorado refused to be impressed with his Lead. A a it a Only half Over a he shrugged. A i can to get that excited now anything can happen Irwin who scored his first Victory in five seasons on the pro tour in last year s heritage classic had to make some great saves in his scrambling Martin throws i hitter for Allen Jay blasted Stoneville 13-0 Friday behind the one hit pitching of Steve Martin. Martin struck out three and walked four. It was Allen Jay s third Piedmont conference Victory against four losses. Overall the Jaybird Are 3-8. The big blow for the winners was a bases loaded triple by Sammy Byers in the fifth when Allen Jay scored five times. Byers was 3-for-3 and knocked in five runs. Ricky Hedrick was 3-for-3. A got the Only run it needed in the first when Hedrick singled reached second on an error and scored on Keith Dillon a single. Sto Naville alien Jay batteries Gray com in a of Topjon Martin and Dillon w a Martin l a Gray 0 t o i o a a a ii 1 0 2 0 5 5 x�?13 i i 5 and nil playoffs j pro hockey playoffs by Tho associated pres nil Friday s result no game scheduled saturday s game no game scheduled sunday s game Boston at new York after. Noon National to. Boston leads Best-of-7 series 2-1. Monday s game no game scheduled Greensboro a Ragsdale wrapped up the regular season championship in the mid state conference with a 7-0 Victory Over Northeast Friday night As Randall Watts pitched his 10th straight Victory of the season. The Lethander allowed just two hits both singles and the tigers scored six times in the seventh to break the game open. Ragsdale still has two games left but eliminated Northeast with the win last night and ran its season record to 14-0. Coach Jack Hinkle credited sparkling play by the infield As the big Factor in the game. He said it turned in five outstanding plays. Watts struck out six and did no to walk anybody. The game breaker came when Ragsdale combined three hits two walks and a pair of Northeast errors in the seventh. In that inning shorty Rickman had a run scoring double Donnie Smith a run scoring single and Mike Glover an rib on a suicide squeeze. Ragsdale plays at Bartlett Yancey on monday. Lexington Thomasville breezed through the Oden ing rounds of the Piedmont by conference Tennis tournament Friday but in the latter rounds Lexington eliminated the bulldogs. In the second round of doubles play Lexington a Joe Merritt and Mike Phillips kept their number one seed by defeating Homer Wade and Jay Jasperse. This eliminated the bulldogs from doubles Competition. Lexington a Arthur Bingham Defeated Bill Wade of the bulldogs while Phil head eliminated the bulldogs from Competition by defeating Tom Alexander. At the end of Quarter finals Lexington was in first place with 15 Points. Albemarle had eight Asheboro and Statesville seven while the bulldogs had six. Concord Davie county West Rowan Salisbury Kannapolis Mooresville and South Rowan trailed the Field. Singles preliminary round b Wade t Del Middleton do 40, 4-0. Alexander t Dot Kutteh s 1, 4-1 Beasley t Del. Lewis it 4-2, 4-2. Doubles preliminary re unto h wad and j. Jasperse to Del. Corroded and Presley or 6-2, 3-4, 4-2 Bowden and canes do Del m. Jaspers and Johnson t 4-1, 4-4, 7-5. Singles first round b Wade t Del. To Rutson a 4-1, 4-1 Alexander t Del. Miller l 4-1, 4-4 Watson a Dei Beasley 4-1, 4-0 doubles first round Merrill and Phillips l Del. H. Wade and j. Jaspers t 4-2, 6-1. Singles quarterfinals Bingham l Del b wad 4-4. Head l Dei. Alexander 6-0 4-1. Littles directs Cage clinics Gene Littles High Point College All american and guard for the Carolina cougars will direct three one Day basketball clinics during the three boys sessions at Camp Cheerio. This summer will Mark the third season that Littles has directed clinics for the High Point Myca resident Camp located at roaring Gap. Genes outstanding basketball ability his popularity and his sincere interest in children make his clinic one of the programs at Camp Cheerio a stated Roger Hibbard Camp director. In addition to the basketball clinics. Camp Cheerio offers a variety of 20 activities during its boys sessions including Cam Craft canoeing Archery Riding and swimming. Camp cheerios girls c amp i s completely filed As Are the first and third camping sessions for boys. A we have Only 15 vacancies remaining in the second boys session from july 30 to August 12,�?T�?T Hibbard stated. Any area parents wishing to enrol their sons for Camp Cheerio should Contact the High Point Myca 882-6854. 4-21 Grimsley nips Bison by Larry Dawalt spacial to Tho Enterprise Greensboro High Point Central got four runs in the seventh inning but it was not enough to overtake Grimsley As the Whirlie picked up five runs in the first to top the Bison 7-6 Friday. Rich Haggerty started on the Mound for the Bison but he gave Way to Steve Yates in the first and Yates finished the game. Oddly enough though. Grimsley did t get a hit in the big inning and got Only one hit the whole Day. Centrals runs came in the sixth and seventh. In the sixth Geoff Beaston reached on an error then Otis Foster blasted a Home run. In the seventh Bouldin reached on an error and Yates doubled. Tony Shaver walked As did Otis Foster and Mark Hawks slammed a double but the Bison could Only manage those four runs. Central had to Field errors and that Hurt greatly because the Whirlie got Only one hit while the Bison had five. Central 0 0 0 0 0 2 4�?a 5 to Orin Lay .10 110 0 a�?7 i 3 c a Haggerty Yale i and Marlin Bouldin g a Jones and Labung Shaftner we Jon l a Haggerty hrs Heater c Myca offers life saving High Point Central Myca will hold a red Cross senior life saving course beginning saturday May 13 at la a in. The class will meet Only on saturdays from la a.m.-2 . Through june to with the possibility of meeting two Friday nights which will be announced later. The course is open to All those who Are sixteen or in the loth Grade. Call the High a Point Myca at 882-6854, As the class will be limited. Raft Daia North a i Ooi 0 0 4�?7 5 0 my Max wait and Glover Coccar Isact and Lawn w Walt 10-9 l a cock Al tact carpet cleaning the Pray Attignol Van Schroda mat had Don t scrub Tho dirt Gronso and grit into your Morgott our machine vacuums it out of it Damp cloak Tho carpal. A approve by carpal manufacturer a Rani anal rat a Drift in we mawr a let Piedmont maintenance co. Phone 883-0483 own a Foytich Row of wow of announcement Arun Honard is now aaa Nagar in Archdale Arlan a Hod 14 year experience in Auto bom and a can save you Money Lewis Supply company 3505 s. Main St Archdale -1700 n. Main St. Nigh Bat _

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