The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on September 1, 1969 · 50
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Monday. Srptrmher 1. 11 -5 By EDDIE GERvasO; : CAM YouiPEHTIFY THE COLLEGES WHOSE ATHLETIC TEAMS ARE KHOM BYTHEHCMAMESCF (1) HURRICANES AMP (Z) CYCLONES? ;Tommy Davis Is Traded Once Again ".. DETROIT OJPI) Tommy Davis, a two-time batting champion with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1962-63, was traded back to the National League Sunday when the Seattle Pilots dealt him to the Houston Astros for utility man Sandy Valdes-pino and minor leaguer Danny Walton. ' Davis, who was drafted eighth by the Pilots in the expansion draft last October from the Chicago White Sox, was hitting .271 In 123 games with Seattle this season. He has six home runs and 81 runs batted in. . Davis, who played one season for the New York Mets before moving to Chicago, broke his ankle in 1964 and : has never been able to regain his old form. ' Valdespino, a part-time outfielder who is used primarily as a pinch-hitter, was hitting .244 with Houston with 11 runs batted-in. 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Enquirer Sports Reporter Bruce McLaren won the Road America Can-Am race at Elkhart Lake, Wise, Sunday, finishing a mere second ahead of teammate Denis Hulme. Pushing his McLaren-Chevrolet to record speeds on a hot, windy day, New Zealander McLaren pulled away from the field with the exception of fellow country man Hulme and Chris Amon, who was driving a Ferrari. With eight laps left in the 200-mile race, the first three drivers had lapped the sixth place car. Two threats one expected and one real failed when Amon, also of New Zealand, coasted off the track on the 44th lap of the 50-lap race and Mario An-dretti, Nazareth, Pa driving a McLaren-Ford, never got started. Sunday's victory was McLarens third in the first six Cam-Am races run so far this year, and Hulme has won the other three. Hulme and McLaren ' started the race In front of the pack after posting the two fastest qualifying times. Hulme, the 1967 world champion, won the pole after posting a record 114.014 miles per hour in Friday's qualifications. Mc- Tidewater Tides Win 1969 AAA Pennant RICHMOND, Va. (.Pi The N 0 r f 0 1 k-Portsmouth, Va., Tidewater Tides clinched the 1969 baseball pennant in the Class AAA International league Sunday, one day before the season's end. Although beaten 5-4 at Columbus, the Tides retained a lVfe-game lead over second place Louisville when the Colonels lost at Rochester, 3-2. Each team has one game left to play. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Club Won lost Pet. G B. TIDEWATER 75 59 .50 . . LOUISVILLE 7 63 .547 IV, COLUMBUS 74 65 . 53 2 3V$ SYRACUSE 74 65 .532 3V2 ROCHESTER 71 6B ,511 e'j TOLEDO 67 72 .482 lOVj BUFFALO 58 77 . 430 17'S RICHMOND 56 62 . 406 21 Former Lion Die GLEN COVE, N.Y. (UPI) Carl Karilivacz, a defensive halfback with the Detroit Lions during their glory years in the 1950's, died of a heart attack Saturday at his home. He was 38. 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PAT PATRICK led the entire race, winning the 50-lap season championship race for late models at Northern Kentucky Speedway Sunday night. Patrick, driving a 1968 Camaro, took the lead when the green flag fell and led the entire 50 laps. He lapped the entire field, with the exception of Gene Cpittendon and George Bauer. Patrick's win was his third of the year as the track ended its season. Second in the feature was Crittendon in a 1967 Che-velle, third was George Bauer in a 1968 Chevelle, fourth was Baldy McLaren in a 1969 Chevelle and fifth was Joe Burdette in a 1967 Chevelle. Chevrolets won all nine of the track's regular features during the season, and no Ford or Chrysler products finished higher than third. Patrick also was the evening's fast qualifier in 20.10 seconds. McLaren won the fast car dash, and Bauer took the fast heat in other action. In Saturday night's competition, Burdett drove his 1967 Chevelle to victory in the 25 lap feature for late models at NKS, Second in the feature was Bauer, and third was Crittendon. John Cummins won Northern Kentucky's hobby stock season championship Saturday night, while Jerry Corbin was second and Larry Stevens was third. JOHN MUGAVIN, driving a GTO, won the 15 lap Record Turnout For Exhibitions NEW YORK (UPI) Professional football enjoyed its greatest preseason weekend in history this weekend with a record total of 587,800 fans attending 13 games in 12 parks. Commissioner Pete Ro-zelle's office said average attendance for the weekend was 48,983. The previous high for an exhibition weekend was 502,919 set the same weekend a year ago. Biggest crowd the past weekend was 85,532 at Cleveland stadium to watch a doubleheader featuring the Browns against the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears against the Buffalo Bills. 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