Friday, July 27, 1973
THE SUMMER DAILY
Sports of The Daily
By The Associated Press
Secretariat and Riva Ridge
to meet in match race
NEW YORK - Meadow Stable stablemates Secretariat, the
Triple Crown winner, and Riva Ridge, 1972 Kentucky Derby and
Belmont wininer, will race against each other in a $250,000 match
race Sept. 15 at Belmont Park, it was announced yesterday at
Aqueduct Race Track.
The 1-1/8-mile race will be nationally televised by CBS
and will be held on the same day as the $100,000-added Bel-
dame for fillies and mares at Belmont.
Because the entire purse will go to Meadow Stable, Mrs.
Penny Tweedy, operator of the stable, said the money will be
given to charity.
CBS also announced it will televise the $50,000-added Whit-
ney when Secretariat is expected to run against older horses
for the first time. A victory in the Whitney would make the
3-yearold a million-dollar winner, a plateau already achieved
by Riva Ridge.
All-Star game tonight
CHICAGO - An impressive and cautiously-groomed College
All-Star squad will strive to shatter a nine-year pro domination
against the heavily-favored Miami Dolphins in the 40th All-Star
Football Game here tonight.
This 40th renewal of a Soldier Field series sponsored by
the Chicago Tribune Charities will be telecast nationally by
ABC, Channel 7, beginning at 9:30 p.m., EDT.
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Joe Willie rests
QUARTERBACK JOE NAMATH smiles during a rest period in the Jets' training camp in Hempstead,
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THE HARRAD EXPERIMENT 1973 Sooth
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at least fifty years before the kind of
undergraduate college where a male
and female roomed together-were ac-
tually pre-chosen for each other as
one possible marital mate-would come
into existence.*; t
I have the feeling that the Harrad T1E MOST READ BOOK ON/fC:o US
Experiment, which after seven years IS NOW ON SCREEN!
continues to be widely read by the
younger generation, has re-inforced the
kind of living environment now avail-
able on most campuses.
But keep in mind-there is still nd WEEK
Harrad Colletgte where a male and fe-
male can actually room together with-
in the college grounds with administra- T E -
tion and faculty approval. Nor is
any premaritalstructure whose avowed
purpose is to create a learning environ-
ment where young males and females
eat experience, intimately (over a per-
iod of several years), more than one - - ----- _ - rx
member of the other sex as a part of
their total educational experience.
I believe - thatwithin the next ten Haad ole
years Harrad will be a common experi- o*poo
ence available to millions of young peo- where free
he Harrad Experiment, as a moving liberated relations
picture, w illreaoh aditolt cllions between
who will make a Harrad type under-
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