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More About Bryan 150 Continued from Page 29 How fast was McCluskey go Ing when he hit the oil? "Abou 160." A small fire broke -out when McCluskey hit Rutherford, and it became a bigger fire when Andretti came sliding into the McCLUSKEY slipping and two of them. AND Andretti escaped injury but Rutherford who was pulled out of his cock pit by A. J. Foyt, was taken to Good Samaritan Hospita' with burns on his right ham and both feet. He was treatec and released yesterday evening With McCluskey and Andretti out of the race, defending chanr pion Lloyd Ruby inherited the lead. Then he had to make pit stop and Bobby Unser took over first place. The affable Albuquerque chauffeur held it the rest of the way. "The oil on the track was as bad as I've ever seen it," said Bobby, who admitted to a bit of luck in winning. Unser deserves good luck though, because he had his share of bad. "I'd just as soon do without the dogleg," he added, referring referring to the treacherous bend in the back chute where most ol the trouble at PIR gets started. "OKAY," SAID RACE director director J. C. Agajanian, "we're going going to do everything we can. I hope the dogleg isn't here for the Bobby Ball in November." Roger McCluskey probably wouldn't say a word about the dogleg, or oil on the track, or anything else, if the fates would simply leave him alone for a while. Scotland's Jim Clark Dies in Race Accident HOCKENHEIM, Germanj (AP) — Jim Clark of Scotland two-time world auto racing champion, and winner of the In dianapolis 500 in 1965 lost hL life yesterday on a rain drenched, lone stretch of th Hockenheim Motodrom. The. 32-year-old Clark, winner of a record 25 Grand Prix races was driving in the fifth of a 25 lap race for Formula Two cars FAN FARE By Walt Ditzen when his Lotus Ford Cosworth skidded on the wet asphalt. It broke through the fence lining lining the track and hit a tree after turning over several times. Clark was taken to a hospita in nearby Heidelberg where £ physician pronounced him dead Doctors said he probably was killed instantly after suffering a compound skull fracture and broken neck. Police said debris from Clark's car was strewn over a stretch of 350 yards along the track. Neither police nor race officials would speculate as to the probable cause of the accident. accident. However, Hans - Georg An- scheidt, West Germany motorcycle motorcycle champion, said some of ;he other drivers speculated that Clark may have had dry- weather tires on his wheels. It had been raining for some time when the race got underway. None of the 100,000 spectators were near the scene of the accident. accident. They were informed oi Clark's death four hours after the fatal crash. Gentle, effective laxative discovery A laxative formula that works four beneficial ways was introduced to ;he medical profession recently. That laxative formula is now the formula of SURE-lax. What are the four beneficial ways SURE-lax works to relieve constipation? Ickx, Redman Power Ford to BOAC Win Brian Redman GT40 to victory BRANDS HATCH, England (AP) — Jackie Ickx of Belgium and Britain's drove a Ford yesterday in the BOAC 500-mile international sports car race. The pair won a race-long duel with Porsche cars, which have dominated the world championship championship sports car series this year. Ickx, who did most of the driving, flashed across the finish finish line of the gruelling six-hour event 20 seconds ahead of the Porsche 907 driven by Ludovici Scarfiotti of Italy and Gerhard Mitter of West Germany. Vic Elford of Britain and Joch- en Neerpasch of West Germany was third and the Ford GT40 of Cox, Rickey Take Net Singles Titles SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) Mark Cox of Great Britain beat Allan Fox of Los Angeles in three-hour struggle yesterday in the final of the Caribe Hilton International Tennis Tournament, Tournament, 6-2, 6-1, 4-6, 2-6, 6-2. Nancy Richey of San Angelo, Tex. won the women's singles, Another Porsche, piloted by defeating Kathy Harter, Sea! Beach, Calif., 6-3, 6-4. *?*£ ritii V /., »'',V f'F Just be glad you're not the driver I Every minute and a half of every day, someone in the U.S. calls AAMCO | about transmission trouble. Every week AAMCO satisfies more than 10,000 transmission problems. You get free towing, a free roadcheck, fast, efficient service—most times I m just one day. And with AAMCO, your transmission can be protected by | over 500 AAMCO Centers coast to coast. . Every minute and a half, someone proves.,. You can irutt your tr»n*ml»*lon to AAMCO! AAMCO Paul Hawkins of Australia and David Hobbs of Britain was fourth Ickx and Redman covered the 218 laps of the 2.65-mile circuit at an average speed of 95.96 miles per hour. The actual time was six hours, one minute, 13 seconds. A big attraction was the European European debut of the American experimental experimental turbine jet, driven by Dick. Thompson, a Washington, Washington, D.C., dentist, but it crashed on the seventh lap. Thompson was not injured. RAYCO AUTOSERV1CE AMERICA'S N( SAFETY SPECIALISTS RAYCO CUSTOM SEAT COVERS Free 30 Min. Installation Cars Need Wheel Alignment Checks Every 5000 Miles

Clipped from Arizona Republic08 Apr 1968, MonPage 50

Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona)08 Apr 1968, MonPage 50
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