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Amsterdam Recorder
Physical Wreck
Cross-Country Craze Even Reaches the Girls
By FRANK ECK
AP Newsfeatures Sports.Editor
Years ago a girl with athletic
tendencies would don black
stockings, black bloomers, a
white middy blouse and play
basketball. Today more and
more "of them are running crosscountry.
They are running at 13 and
they are running at 30. And
even pregnancy doesn't stop
them!
One year ago, 107 women took
part In the Women's National
AAU cross-country run in St.
Louis' 'beautiful Forest Park.
This year the AAU expects
more than 200 competitors in
the fourth annual Women's National AAU cross-country championship at Albquerque, N.M.,
Nov. 25.*
"There were about 100 women's cross-country runs held in
October," says Ollan Cassell,
AAU track and field administrator. "And there are another
100 scheduled for November.
Some will have as many as 325
starters. The gals are taking
part in practically every sport
today but cross-country has
made the most rapid strides.
Two years ago in Boston only
about 50 girls competed."
The coming race at Four Hills
Country Club (a golf course)
will be at two miles, the maximum international distance for
women. N .
Doris Brown, 25, a married
physical education teacher in
Seattle, will defend the title she
won a year ago by almost 200
yards. Runner-up Marie Mulder, 17, of Sacramento, Calif.,
Sandra Knott, 29? .the 1965
champion from Cleveland, and
Mrs. Sara Burmah, A 30-yearold mother from '"Cambridge,
Mass., will be among the competitors.
Outspoken Sara, who began
cross-country running when she
turned 25, says there is nothing
like running to keep a woman in
shape.
"People," says Mrs. Burman,
"constantly talk about women
not being physiologically suited
for distance running. I once ran
when I was three and one-half
months pregnant."
Sara finished 33rd last year.
Not too long ago track officials" frowned on girls running
anything more than 440 yards.
Even that was considered too
strenuous. At St. Louis the distance was one mile and a half.
Now it's tug) miles.
"Pur female athletes ^today
would have been much more
advanced* in distance running If
we had assumed the European
attitude. Over there they began
distance running in the mid
1920s," explains Dan Ferris,
veteran AAU official.
•
"Our school and recreation
authorities insisted that 220
yards was the limit any gir+could run. Only in recent years
has the distance been gradually
extended."
There Is a keen* Interest In the
coming championship because
the first six-girls to finish will
be named to a United States
Tuesday, November 7, 1967— 13
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cross-country team that may go
to Dublin, Ireland early next
year.
Mrs. Brown, the defending
champion who holds the Indoor
mile record of 4:52, airily dismisses criticism of the time devoted to training.
"These girls are Just as feminine as other girls," she says.
"We all like to run. I run almost
every day and the training becomes a habit.
"Most people, and that goes
for housewives, too, waste their
time.They would have the time
to run too if they just made
time."
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Army's Crack Q'back Looks
Anything but Football Hero
By WILL GRIMSLEY
a very, pretty passer but someAssociated Press Sports Writer how he gets the ball to the tarWEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) — get. That's what counts.,
Steve Lindell is a tail, loose"What makes a good quarterjointed boy from Minnesota who back anyhow? One that can get
Is bothered by ulcers, hobbles touchdowns. Lindell does."
around on a bad ankle, throws a
pass like a washer-woman and
looks anything but a football
hero.
But if it's true that Army
travels-on its stomach, then it
must be LindeU's stomach. He's
the fellow who has the Army
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The
football team heading toward
Buffalo Bills came through their
another fine season.
Bowling Roundup
"He may not be a picture American Football League vicpasser and he's no Olympic tory over Miami Sunday with
sprint champion, but he moves only three players, hurt—none
the team," Army Coach Tom believed seriously.
Maxlne Fllte (C Kelly)
FIRST— F M , mile, |«S«:
Cahlll said today. "To my mind,
Coach Joel Collier said MonFIRST—Pace. mile. $650:
Lady Tareyton (I. Berg)
Gene Adam (A. Vander Paelt)
he is a wonderful athlete.
Faber's
Kathy
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Flashy Demon (F. Coppola)
Dory Chubb (F. Devlzzlo)
day
that quarterback Jack
>ppola
(Heeney)
3.00 2.40 2.60
Fair Kamela
"What
more
do
you
want
of
a
leys
.
.
.
.
.
.
Kemp
was nursing a bruised
Deadeye
DlcMW.
Lamb)
Splndletop (McGulre)
3.00 2.80
Shan Rosa (K. Nichols)
ny Lou
1
Miss eligible:
Emmy
(R.
DeSanUs)
Success Major (Gray)
5.40 quarterback?"
. „ Rhythm
Lord Titan (C. Hughes)
>le:„ King
right
knee,
guard Billy Shaw
Also
z Rhythn
T—2:13.2. PP—1-5-8.
Willow Fancy
Lindell, a 6-foot, 180-pound sore ribs and halfback Keith
h
FOURTH—Pace, mile. $10«:
SECOND—Pace.
mile.
$
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Champlaln Girl (D. Chllds)
Seaway Sis (Gray)
4.40 3.20 2.80 Junior from Princeton, Minn., Is Lincoln a pinched .shoulder
The LltUehoss
Adlos Royal (D. R.loodfi
Flamme)
r
Indra Wick (Cordeaux)
7.20 5.00 the key man on a surprising
Also eligible: Star Senator
Maylu
(K.
Heeney)
nerve.
Miss
Burns
Georeana Wynnle (Coppola)
3.40
Leta Go
(N. (R.
Olln)Bloodgood)
8ECOND—Pace, % mile. $75*:
West Point football team that
T—2:13.1. PP—3-7-6.
On Parole (J. DeSantls)
Ned Rosecroft • (I. Slmeszku)
Daily Double: Fiber's Kathy U>
It would be several days, ColBordervlew Nettle (I. Berg)
Pansy Adlos (T. Lourle)
won eight of ten games last
and Seaway fits (3) paid $8.40
Port Wallls Boy (E. Smith)
Georgle Dares (R. Bloodgood)
lier
added before the trio's stay e v and has taken six of its
THIRD—Paee. mile. $640:
Holly Frisco (6. M. Bell)
-' adydale King (C Bonafede)
In Touch (BertO
10.00 3.40 2.80 seven so far in the present cam- tus for the Bills' game at New
Also eligible: The Burglar
gh Seas (J. DeSantls)
Paul Oleksak Jr. of the Pin Haven Classic rolled a solid 859 for four games, Zelda C (R. DeSantls)
High One (Annese)
2.60 2.40
FIFTH—Trot, mile, $650:
York next Sunday would be
Ash Grove Queen (Caameron) 7.40 paign.
Ingenious (C. Annese)
(K. Nichols)
while Ed Cassidy of St. John's Men and Mike Luciano of the Grill loop shared tri- Terron
known fully.
T—2:13. PP—1-8-7.
Mission Flash (M. Butcher)
Syndys Voll (A. Nazarlan)
Beaten
only
by
Duke
and
vicFOURTH—Pace. mile. $650:
Also eligible: Farmlte
' igw
Si
InKer Springwood
(C. Bonafede) Red
tor
over
such
teams
as
Southern
ple honors with 659s and Lestra Vertucci of the Ladies Independent at Pin Haven THIRD—Trot.
TOD Forbes
mUe, 1650:
C. T. Me (A. Vander Paelt)
(Langtry)
44.00 10.20 5.80 Methodist, Stanford and the Air
Galloneer (D. Bromley)
Sim Hanover (K. Heeney)
topped the girls with 564 in the Monday pin highlights.
Pirate LobeU (Parker)
3.00 2.80
The Law (M. Butcher)
Danla Dee (J. Watson)
Arleen Hayes (Fuss)
4.80 Force, the Cadets go for victory
Pattl Ann Hanover (R. Baumann)
Chenault (A. Del Prtore)
Oleksak started with 189, hit Valley loop at Sky View had
T—2:10.2.
PP-6-1-4.
San Dee Flash (C. Hughes)
No. 7 at Michle Stadium here
Pin
Haven
Classic
a big second effort of 242 be- 630 on 196, 219 and 215.
FIFTH—Pace, mile, $650:
Also eligible: Dick Lane
Saturday against Utah.
Sturdy
Boy
SLXTH—Pare, mile, 1700:
« ^ 'Bursa's (1)
Scores by leagues:
,
fore adding 184 and a solid fin(Cordeaux)
41.20 14.00 6.40
Ned
Scott
(N.
Olln)
"They're big and they score,a
T.
LaBate
176
182
195
177
730
St. John'- Men
Harness Roundup
ish with 244 for his quartet of
Runnymede June (Coons) 56.60 14.80
True Kittys Flare (M. Butcher)
Wojnak . . . . 155 171 201 165 692
Ed Cassidy 669-258: Gene Pen- L.
lot
of points," Cahill said of his
Rhvthm
Miller
(Heeney)
4.00
Jim
Dean
(F.
Fox)
B. Miller
178 179 159 186 702
859, the lone four-game Ace of drak 600-242.
Red Breeze (M. Vlcldomlnl)
T—2:14.2. PP—5-8-1.
next
opponents. "We expect an
509 532 555 528 2124 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Wes*
8hore
Amsterdam's Soccer Club fell
the night.
Christopher J. (E. Lohmeyer Jr.)
SIXTH—Face. mile. $800:
Dan's. Coffee House (S)
interesting
afternoon."
Frank Corelli 638: Al Maneclo A. Slosek
George Sholty drove Cee Zam
Wayne Direct (W. Marsh)
Mr. HuKhby (Morep 4.60 4.00 3.00
before a high-scoring "Pittsfield,
182 154 170 219 725
597:
Mike
Chlara
238:
Bob
Sandy
Discoverer (J. Belmonte) '
Willow Lynn (Belmonte)
4.60 4.40
The numeral 59 was the
Then he added significantly:
T. Cosentlno . . . 167 189 183 192 731 to victory Monday night in the
225.
Mass. team, 6-2, in a Central
Colonle Boy (F. Jevons)
Lucky Abbe (Bert?)
4.40
P. Oleksak . . . . 189 242 184 244 859 $35,000 New York Sire Stakes
big number last night. It
Valley
"But we're . in good shape. New York Soccer League game
Also
eligible:
Frankles
Boy
T—2:09.4.
PP—3-7-2.
638
585
537
655
2315
Carl Ippolito 630-219; Jack Passa
mile. $S00:
figured in Oleksak's score ^ 566:
SEVENTH—Trot. mUe, $1,000:
Lindell is in good shape— In at Mohawk Mills Park Sunday.
trot, defeating favored Hankie SEVENTH—Pace,
Jim Love 214.
Ginger Marie (R. Dunn)
Yankee Joy
„
and Cassidy and Luciano's
Ladles Independent
Morrow Florist (0)
Pankie
by
a
length.
Barbara-O'Brien (C. Annese)
(Cappello)
8.40 4.80 5.00 about as good shape as he can
The local squad scored the
Lestra Vertucci 564-213:* Sophie M. Humenuck . 164 157 170 166 657
Florence
A.
(DI
Cappello)
leading triples of 659.
Little
Crocker
(Dyke)
8.40 4.80 ever be."
Parlello 628: SaUy Laslnskl 223.
first
goal, but after that the
J. Morrow . . . . 194 173 173 208 748
The event for 4 - year - olds,
SclKfl.'s Jo
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Harlan Newport (Vlcldomlnl)
5.20
Ward Products I.B.E.W.
Lindell had to be held out of- Bay .State visitors dominated the
W Newland . . . 186 160 167 216 729 clocked over the mile in-2:iiL
weet
Clover"
(J.
DeSantls)
T—2:10.3.
PP—5-7-3.
Cassidy, kegllng at St. John's
Winnie Fraczek 430-178: Irene
544 490 510 690 2134
ilvthe Spirit (R. DeSantls)
EIGHTH—Pace, iplle. $800:
the early games because he was action.
Lanes, rolled 222, a fine 258 and Tracz 423-155.
highlighted
the
evening's
Korona Builders (Z)
Belle Barmln (C. McQulgge)
Josedale Katrlnka
PU1 Pushers
troubled with a stomach ailmeni
Bala
171
178
176
201
726
B.
Belle
Meadows
(E.
Covllle)
(Butcher)
76.00
14.60
5
00
179 to deadlock with Luciano
P. Parry 4816-72; N. Stanton 473- L. Pelotte . . . . 192 190 161 191 734 harness racing in New York EIGHTH—Face, mile, $800:
In other league games, Schethat turned out to be ulcers. In
Rebel
Land
Star
(DeSantls)
4.20
2.80
who hit 206, a dandy 252 and 181.
E. Korona . . . . 209 156 184 209 758 State.
Wee Winkle (S. Zomblck)
Adbella's Miss (Mondl)
3.20 the SMU game, won by Army nectady FC routed Little Falls,
Hibernian
572 624 521 601 2218
Mountain Mai (K. Heeney)
201 for his share of the top
T—2:09.1. PP—7-3-6.
Cee Zam posted her third win
J. Boyd 667-201; B. Stanley 556:
7-2, behind Sandor Szabo's four-'
Red Rustler (D. Weir)
24-6, he twisted his left ankle.
NINTH—Pace. mile. tl.tOO:
triple. Mike rolled at Windmill J. McCune 210.
in 14 starts after coming from
Patsv' Dillon (O. Cole)
Forest Avenue Softspray (2)
Sudden Yankee
goals; Albany Sons of Italy
Monday Niter.
That
didn't
keep
him
from
Avonlan (D. Cappello)
Lanes.
(McQulgge)
8.00 4.20. 2.40
Mary Thomson 492-199; Laura Ma- J. Czelusnlak . . 204 203 188 176 771 third and winning a stretch batblanked Utlca 5-0; Troy Soccer
Weldon
Creed
(R.
Hamilton)
leading
Army
to
a
10-7
victory
J.
Page
174
150
158
153
635
.
Hay
Fee
Dream
(Butcher)
4.60
2.60
470-201.
Jimmy Wlc (N. Olln)
Mlcka Girl (Plclnlch) ,
3.40 over the Air Force last Satur- Club blanked the Schenectady _,
J. Dennis . . . > . 174 169 161 151 655 tle. Melrose Mamie was third.
Mrs. Vertucci came on strong zur
Runnymede Sparta (R. DeSantls)
552 522 507 480 2061 The winner returned $8.
T—2:07.2. PP—1-2-5.
Hibernians, 4-0 and A l b a n y "
for her 564. She opened with
Also eligible: Lord Melburn
day at Colorado Springs.
Utlca Club (2)
TENTH—Pace. mile. $700:
In races featured at other NINTH—Pace, mile, $800:
Star Dust Miss"„«_.„.*-.
D. Nichols . . . . 125 192 148 209 674
175, added a pin for 176 and
"Ben Martin (Air Force Sports Club bounced back to
Sea Wall (R. Hamilton)
(Bossard)
10.40 6.80 3.80
R. Dlsbrow . . . . 175 203 171 189 738 tracks:
closed with 213.
Your Kiddln (A. Porter)
Ready Dares (Butcher)
7.80 3.20 coach) said it best," Cahill re- beat Amity Hall of. Schenectady.
V. Gerdvll . . . . 170 157 180 204 711
Miss Rosemarla B. (C. Annese)
470 552 499 602 2123 1 Saratoga Raceway — Sudden
Lillian Liner (Hamilton)
4.60 marked. "He said Lindell is not 4-1.
Horseshoe
Dean.
Wallkill Rhythm (W. Laskey)
Sophie Fariello bit 528 and
T—2:12. PP—1-8-5.
Yankee ($8.50) edged Hay Fee
J.
O.
T«ois
(M.
Peters)
Irene Zanella 526 for the
Barker's Real Estate (2)
Dream by a nose an'd won the —Polly Harhu (C. Hughes)
At Spa
Raceway
F. PoUtano . . . 172 204 223 192 791
only other distaff Aces. Both
Barricade Rosle (P. Mondl Jr.)
1 — Dory Chubb, Gene Adam,
W. Amberger .. 194 185 201 173 '763 $1,200 pace in 2:07 2-5. Micka
Lady_Jajie Sota (C. Kelly)
Fair Kamela
rolled in the Ladles' IndeL. Fiacco
248 188 168 145 747 Girl was third.
"
'
lie, $650
"""
TENTH—Pace,
mile,
2 —Hljcli Seas, Ned Rosecroft,
.612
587
692
510
2301
pendent at Pin Haven.
Chaps Boy
(P._ ~
Davis)
>y (F
Shadydale King
Batavia Downs — Grattworth
Carpetbvnd (2)
Princess Lou (L. Rocco)
3—Galloneer, Pattl Ann HanFrank Corelli of the West
E. Bombard
224 179 182 210 795 Byrd ($21.40), 9-1 a long shot,
Heather Land .(T. LOurle)
over,
The
Law
R,
Wyszomlrskl
179
166
195
194
734
Sybils Up Top (M. Butcher)
Shore loop hit 638 on 221, 223
4 —Port WalUs Boy, Maylu,
D. Horton
190 245 200 157 792 -trimmed Screech by three-quarClayhaven Delight (C. Peckham)
Miss Barns
and 194 and Carl Ippolito of the
693 590 577 661 2321 ters of a length in the $1,100
WesUeighs Joy (S. Halght Jr.)
5 — Ginger Springwood, Dania
Nevele Hanover (C. Annese)
pace, clocked In 2:08 4-5. Avon
Dee, Ingenious
Prince Majesty
6 — Bed Breeie, Ned Scott, True
Charlie trailed in third.
Also eligible: Y ankee Lowland
Oleksak Jr. Hits 859 in 4;
Cassidy, Luciano Roll 659s,
Lestra Vertucci Tops on 564
Bills Escape
Seriol^Hurt
Results
Raceway
Raceway Entries
c
Amsterdam
Booters Lose
t
Your Safety is Our Business at
Grill
Carmel's Diner (1)
D. Kowalskl
178 180 137 495
M. Walklewicz . . . . 175 167 177 509
J. Czech
210 199 177 586
297
J. Smllgln
169 128
J. Bracchl .,
185 166 156 507
Constantino
155 155
917 830 802 2549
DlCaprlo's Diner [8)
R. Janetsky
...
169 164 159 482
J. Reddlough
135 131 164 430
J. Swinarsk!
139 191149 479
A. Gulnack
173 165 153 491
A. Padowlch
148-188 213 649
Hdcp.
48 48 34 130
802 887 872- 2561
Sammy Pepe's Restaurant (4) '
W. KowaJskl
194 201 224 619
J. Fondacaro
137 195 170 502
A/Leone
154 174 173 501
E. Myslowskl
161 171 181 503
M.. Luciano
206 252 201 659
842 993 949 2784
Hawaiian Klub (0)
I. Roz
175 173 180 528
J. Carluccl
145 203 152 500
A. Luciano
166 166 163 495
S. Roz
157 156 191 504
C. Glzara, 164 160 171 495
Hdcp
12 12 12 36
y
—819-870 869-2558-
Kitty's Flare
7 — Bar ban
Marie. Belle Meadows
8 — Mountain Mai, Avonian,
Wee Winkle
9 —Yonr Kiddln. WfllklU Rhythm. Barricade Bosle
10 —Heather Lad. Sybil's Up
Top, Chap's Boy
Best Bet — Mountain Mai, 8th
Last nlght's winners' Seaway
81s S4.06and Mr. Hughby
14.60
National Hockey
League
Monday's Results
No games scheduled
Today's Game
Oakland at Los Angeles
Wednesday's Games
Montreal at Chicago
Toronto at Oakland
Boston at New York
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
-Str-iouis—at-Mlnnesota
Aces of Alleys
/
, MEN
(Four-Games)
Paul Oleksak Jr., Pin Haven Classic 189 242 184 244 859
(Three-Games)
Ed Cassidy, St. John's Men
222 258 179 659
Mike Luciano, Grill
206 252 201 659
Frank Corelli, West Shore
221 223 194 638
Carl IppoMo, Valley
196 219 215 630
BUI Kowalskl, Grill
194 201224 619
Ken Nichols, Recreation
212 199 199 610
George Rink, Recreation
168 222 210 600
Gene Pendrak, St. John's Men
'
242 168 190 600
WOMEN
Lestra Vertucci, Ladies Independent
175 176 213 564
Sophie Fariello, Ladles Independent . . . . 147 190 191 528
Irene Zanella, Ladles Independent
169 167 190 526
JUNIOR BOYS
Staart Hayes, Broadalbln PTO
150 179 207 536
Tom McGaffin, Pin Haven Jrs
182 137 204 523
John CieJnsnlak, St Johns Jrs
190 156 168 514
BUI Pereldch, St. John's Jrs.
146 165 201 512
Joe Greco, Pin Haven Jrs
152 173 186 511
BUI Padowlci, St. John's Jrs.
180 151 178 509
Fred Adams Jr., Wee-Men Major
151 165 191 509
Gary Townsend, Pin Haven Jrs
154 179 174 507
Lenny Mnstlco, Wee-Men Major
177 145 181 503
BANTAM BOYS
Tom Kelly, Pin Haven Bantams
162 156 164 482
Larry Bantam, Wee-Men Minor
123 154 145 422
Richard Monroe, Broadalbln PTO
142 130 150 422
Ricky Topping, Wee-Men Minor
144 124 139 407
Danny Rosso, Pin Haven Bantams . . . . 129 154 120 403
JUNIOR GIRLS
Llttda Lucldo, Cinderella
142 122 161 425
Recreation
Utlca Club (1)
E. Kissinger
212 180 193 585
W. Daye
185 172 162 619
S.Kxetlv . . . . " . . . . . 161 178 166 506
J. Taberskl
156 185 153 494
M. Cantlne
169 181 163 513
883 896 837 2616
Qninn-Flynn (8) . _ .,
D. Lazarbu
1OT 210 174 571
D. Louer
172 203 143 615
R. Stahl
143 168 176 477
D. Gardlnler
155 210 185 550
D. Greco
180 137 178 495
Handicap
14 14 14 42
851 929 870 2650
8ky View (I)
Hillman
158 200 216 574
Klatt
177 172 182 481
Haver
194 181 164 539
Bradley
' 182 190 168 540
Jackson . . . . . . . . 177 213 202. 692
888 956 882 2726
Pakenas Cleaners (t)
A. SlavelMs
205 179 189 573
S. Barkevlch
168 183 163 514
Absentee
147 147 147 441K. Nichols
212 199 199 610
F. SlaVelkls
167 166 190 523
Handicap
16 16 16 48
:
—
915 890 904 2709
E.
R.
D.
C.
J.
Corner Tavern (1)
M. Holt •
158 162 187 507
B. Bowman
149 127 193 469
T. Gallnskl
149 152 133 434
B. Santord
168 156 162 486
L. Jeffords
162 180 188 536
Handicap
16 16 16 48
802 793 879 2474
little "S" (S)
S. DeClcco
192 196 179 567
G. Rink
168 222 210 600
J. McGaifln
171 182 162 515
P. Cudmore
210 145 136 491
P. Mlrgkl
205 158 169 632
948 903 856 2706
Isabel's (S)
Robinson
152 201 172 525
Re
214 153 171 538
Checca
• 183 164 204 641
Soulla
130 171 169 470
DiMezza
173 225 180 678
9
Handicap
3 3 3
855 907 899 2661
Basso's Mohawk Lounre (1)
P. Russo
162 181 158 601
E. Korona
148 180 196 524
A. Snyder . . . . . . . . 154 148 181 483
W. Orth
150 181 191 622
I. Lees
187 124 192 603
I.
• A.
R.
S.
E.
801 814 918 2533
Saratoga Horsemen Buy
Harrisburg Sales Stock
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Horsemen from £>aratoga Raceway are using as much ink as oats these
days . . . ink for signing checks to buy horses.
Spending a total of $89,900,
Spa trainers bought 32 more
horses at the annual Standardbred Horse Sales in Harrisburg,
Pa., last week. This is in addition to the $111,300 they paid
out for 49 head at the Old Glory
Sale last month.
Leading the list of Spa buyers
was the Cardinal Ranch of
Saratoga springs, successful
bidder for three yearlings at a
total of $27,500. Highest priced
was Keystone Deborah, an Adios filly that went to $14,000.
Cardinal paid $9,500 for Yankee
Target, a Bullet Hanover colt,
and $4,000 for Mighty Bullet,
another colt by Bullet Hanover.
Howard Parker was most
active among the Spa bidders, buying 10 horses for
a total of $24,200.' His top
price was $5,000 for PauUta
Hanover, a two-year-old trotting fUly by Star's Pride out
of a Dean Hanover mare.
She .was raced at Saratoga
by Billy Haughton in the
Battle of Saratoga during
Grand Circuit Week this
year.
Youth Bowling
Pileckas Rolls 4-Game 680;
Hayes Hits 536, Kelly 482
Allen Pileckas of the Pin Haven Junior Classic
polled a four-game 680, Stuart Hayes of the Broadalbln
PTO hit 536 and Tom Kelly of the Pin Haven Bantams
hit 482 in the highlights of Youth bowling over the
weekend.
Hayes collected his total on tarn division.
150, 179 and 207 at Pin Haven,
pileckas had a 170 average
while Kelly had games of 162, f o r f o u r g a m C s , but his fine
156 and 164 for 482 in the Ban- total fell 20-pins short of the required 700 to make the Aces
column.
Tom McGaffin of the Pin Haven Jrs. had 523 on 182, 137 and
204.
Scores by leagues:
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Pin H*r«n Jr. CU*»lo
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Allen Pileckas 680; Dave Spnrks
678-200; Cliff SlraUon 213.
Pin Haven, Jr».
Tom McGaffin 633-204; Joe Greco
611-18$.
8t. Joan's Jrt.
John Czelusnlak 614; Bill Pcrel.
clch 612-201: St«n Dyba» 196.
Wee-Men Major
Fred Adams Jr. 609; Lenny MUJUco 603: Hilly Santo* 239; Jeff Ratynskl 193.
Windmill Junior*
Kevin QunreMmo 438; Mark Lawrou 416; Tom DlMetza 165; Mark
Pabls 162.
Pin Haven Bantam.
Tom Kelly 4S2-164; Danny Rvuso
403-164.
Wee-Men Minor
Larry Banta 422-164; Rick TopplnR
407-144.
*
Windmill Bantam* *
William Weeper 89MM: Don
Overbaugh 367; Jeff Stark 132,
8ky View Jr. Olrit
Kathleen Fura 830; Mary Ba:
2el 313-129; Pamela Aurlemma 1
Cinderella
Linda Lucldo 425-161;- Diane Tu
I man 380-143.
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Parker also paid $4,000 for
Starflite Hanover, another twoyear-old trotting filly by Hick
ory Smoke. He went to $3,000
to get Celestine, a two-year-old
trotting filly by Hickory Smoke;
$2,700 for Madamoiselle, another
Hickory Smoke two-year-old
trotting filly; $2,600 for Mango
Hanover, a two-year-old colt by
Hickory Smoke; $2,000 for True
Yancy, a - two-year-old pacing
filly, by Maynard Hanover; $1,900 for Varlo Hanover, an eight^ear-old trotting gelding; $1)500
for Eagle Newport, a two-yearold Newport Dream trotting
gelding; $800 for Ann Fannon, a
Valiant Rodney yearling trotting filly, and $700 for Pinnacle
Star, a two-year-old trotting colt
by Ebby Hanover.
The Silver Horshoe Farm
of Amsterdam bought two
yearlings, paying $4,000 for
Armbro Jamie, a black colt
by Jamie, and $2,500 for
Caleb's Boy, a bay colt by
Caleb.
Saratoga's leading driver, Don
Bromley of Gansevoort, made
one purchase. He was successful bidder at. $3,200 for Uncle's
Mon, a two-year-old t r o t t i n g
colt by Uncle Sam put of a
Hoot Mon mare.
Jess Covllle purchased three
yearlings, going to $3,000 for
Keystone Wanda, a Hickory
Pride filly; $2,500 for Mighty
Gaytack, a colt by Caleb, and
$2,500 for Ben Frank, a Bombs
Away colt.
Merlin J. Bossard bought Lora
Hanover, a Caleb yearling filly,
for $2,500, and Calhoun Hanover,
a Caleb yearling colt, for $2,000. Keith and Burton Coons of
Ghent went to $2,000 to buy
Voltan Hnnover, an eight-yearold trotting stalllorr!'
J. L. Carter of Lntham
was successful In getting
Petra, a T o r p i d yearling
filly, for $1,800, and Trotwood Margie, a two-year-old
Dale Frost pacing filly, for
$1,300. Francis Livingston
paid $1,700 for Busy Songy a—
seven • year • old trotting
mare.
Clarence Franklin purchased
two Meadow Gene yearlings, a
colt named Scarlet Dares for
$1,500 and a filly named Belinda Dares for $1,000.
Other Spa horsemen making
purchases were:
Bob W h i t c o m b : Silvery
Spring, a weanling colt by Caleb, $000.
John Schmlgcl: Steady Belsy,
a yearling filly by Steady Beau,
$900.
Nick Kittle: Clayhaven Trior,
a two-year-old Lou Darnley trotting colt, $400.
Lou Fanelll: Clayhaven Fan*
tasy, a Lou Darnley yearling
filly, $250: Shamrock Hill Rush,
a weanling filly by Hayes Counsel, $2Q0.
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Fulton New York
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