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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, June 10, 1972

RIVA RIDGE FAVORED:
Buelmontfil r ies

SMILING JACK. an entry in to-
day's Belmont Stakes, is seen
reading the list of favorites for
the race and appears upset to
see his name at the bottom. So
he did what every smart equine
would do and stood on his head
so that his name would be n e a r
the top. Now he felt better'.

ACADMY AWARD WINNER!
Best Art Direction - Best Costume Design
OPEN
1 :45
NICHOLAS &
MALEXANDRA

NEW YORK (/I- Riva Ridge,
a champion who has won eight
stakes including the Kentucky
Derby, and Key To The Mint.
the Withers winner, were ex-
pected to battle it out in thea
$125,000-added Belmont Stakes
today.
Eight other colts, includin-
No Le Hace and Smiling Jac.
were entered yesterday in the
gruelling Va mile test, thi.d 1
and final leg of thoroughbredl
racing's Triple Crown.
Bee Bee Bee, who ruined any
chances of there being a Trip!-
Crown winner by upsetting Riva
Ridge in the Preakness, is skip-
ping the Belmont.
Riva Ridge, Meadow Stable's
1971 king of the 2-year-olds and
the early 8-5 favorite, will break
from the rail under Ron Tur-
cotte while Paul Mellon's Key
To The Mint. second choice at
3-1, will leave the No. Ii post
under Braulio Baeza.
Angel Cordero Jr., replacing
Phil Rubbicco, will send No Le
Hace, runner-up in the Derby
and Preakness, from the No. 3
post; Frank Ianelli will start
from the outside on Mr. and Mrs.
F. William Harder's Smiling
Jack, first in the Jersey Derby,
and Bill Hartack will leave the
No. 7 gate on William and
Thomas Bancroft's Cloudy Dawn.
a grass specialist.
Completing the field, t h e i r
jockeys and post positiss, are
Cragwood Stable's Zulu T o m ,
Jorge Velasquez, No. 1; Joseph
and William Stavola's i'reetex
No. 4, May Gluck's Spruce,
Raoul Cespedes, No. 5; Th)mas
Evans' Price Eauquier Eddie
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Belmonte, No. 8, and Greentre
Stable's Puritania, Mike Vene
ia, No. 9.
No Lee Race was made the
third early favorite at 4-1 while
Smiling Jack was listed at 6-1.
The Belmont Park oddmaker
made Zulu Tom, Freetex a n d
Big Spruce east 15-1; Cloudy
Dawn and Ruritania each 20-1,
and Prince Faquier 50-1,
With 10 starters the 104th Bel-
mont will be worth a gross of
$155,900 with $93,540 to the win-
ner. Each startr will carry 126
pounds.
Post time is scheduled for
5::33 pitt.. ED'.
Televioan coverage is set for
5 p.m.-6 p.m. and radio cover-
ac t for 5:25 - 5:45 p.m. pthi b
CBS
Yanks lead
Curtis Cuip
WESTERN GAILES. Scotland
(A') - The United States, after
trailing 1-2 in th morning four-
somes, rallied back in the sing-
les yesterday to lead Britain 5-
3 with one match halved at the
end of the first day of the Cur-
tis Cup women's golf competi~
tion.
Martha Kirouac of Rancho
Bernardo, Calif., the 1970 Amer-
ican' women's champion, played
a big part in the American suc-
cess. She was the only U.S.
player to win two matches.
She partnered the beginning
U.S. champion Laura Baugh ofa
Long Beach, Calif., to a 2 and
1 victory over Mary Everard
and Beverly Huke in the morn-
ing.
In the afternoon Kirouac went
out again in pouring rain to
beat Everard 4-and-3 in the sing-
les
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Ithad been expected thatt
either or both Upper Case and
Spanish Riddle, trained by Lu-
cien Laurin who handles Riva
Ridge. and Eager Exchange
might be entered, but the r.'tl
surprise was the fact that Cloudy
Dawn was entered.
No Winner
What's wrong, Michigan
sports fans? No one out there
was able to correctly identify
the Mystery Picture that ap-
pared in yesterday's Dily as
Preston henry, former Michi-
gan football running back. As a
result the grand prize was not
rewarded and the Daily editors
will use the free pass to Wol-
verine Raceways themselves.
Better luck next time!
The grey son of Gry Dawn
It - Creme Brule won twa of six
starts as a 2-year-aid and har
won two of five this year. In his
last three races, all on the turf,
he won at 1 1-16 miles and one
mile sand, then finished third i
the one-mile Kent Stakes at
Delaware Park June 1. H" has
never won at longer than seven
furlongs on the dirty.
PP iorse Joeey r tProb. Odds
1. Rsva tidgte, ',,cott 7-
2. Zulu Tom, velasquez 15-1
3. No Le Hace, Cordero 4-1
4. Fres. ,ataar 1-
5. ig Spuce, Cesbedes 15-i
6. Key To The Mint, Baeza 3-1
7. Cloudy awn, Hartack 20-I
8. Prince Fauquier, Beonte 50-1
9. Ruritania, vneia 20-1
Ssmiltoing Jack, Ianei 6-1
INeb. star
in jeopardy
LINCOLN. Neb. (P) - Nebra-
ska football star Johnny R o d-
gers was sentenced to 30 days
in jail yesterday on a charge of
driving a car with a suspended
operator's license. Probation was
denied and his football career
appeared in jeopardy.
Rodgers also was ordered not
to drive a motor vehicle for one
year, and was fined $5 on a
companion charge of running a
red light.
The charges, to which Rodgers
pleaded guilty May 17, were bas-
ed on an incident last February.
In a trembling voice, Rodgers
appealed for probation, saying
"If you send me to jail, my life
and career will be ruined."
Rodgers said he had been told
by a university official t h a t
if probation is denied, "I canst
play football anymore."
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Only! C X I Only!
presents
SAM FULLER'S
PICK UP ON SOUTH T IE T
(1951)
a gritty fascist, jingoist, and chauvinist film about domestic
communism and its subversive activities in America. When re
leased the film won the praise of Sen. Joseph McCarthy, but he
failed to see the viciousness, cynicism, and bitterness with which
Fuller approached everything in America.
"PICK UP ON SOUTH STREET IS THE CLEAREST EXAMPLE OF THE
DESPAIR AND ALIENATION THAT MARKED THE AMERICA OF THE
50's."-Charles Reich, Greening of America
"Fuller is America's truest auteur"---Jean-Luc Goddard.

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Shows at7 & 9P.M.
Tickets on sale at 6

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