The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on May 6, 1963 · Page 30
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yagyliiqi ligi inf ni'i n iim iiiy I r PACE 30- i -MONDAY, MAY 6, 1963 7HL INDIANAPOLIS STAR s Bucs iomer alls "men Sin! 3 -Run JJils First Pilch i 7er Artir Li find h d'l'l i !';.'! i liar PitUlei run homer m tbr- ninth I, os Anpelrs Uowj'i': s ;i ' Pirates. Walls, f -i. : P.- the f;rst pili ev ll.iddix ;if'T M,r'-r '. r' run I aw h id i is! (,..,:, i . ' d 7 bp home run wi; !. b-.ifi-d till s nrebna nj i': It f : f ' -Id follow ii singles hv l .iHi !'. born and I II Skowinii I' v. is Walls' ru st I' HI ,f 1 1 1 v;is.,n I aw, recalled hv Ihr I'i r. ill's fiom their I. urn rluli In Kinston of lie ( lass A ( arnlina League when- hi" had hi'i'ii umkinn his .urn In shape, was making Ins first si. ill shut l.isl Sep tember. He was charged with five runs and allowed -ifhl lills. Ron Pel ratio', l-.i, l,o Until Dodder pilt her, on Ins fourth ! 1 1 1 ! t T I ci' Walls hut H Itiri-e-ill rl; ye- tertlay to j;ivc tin' victory fiver the Pittsburgh v in tin" four I h inning on li'S bv Tommy Davis .ind wron and a s.i nfn e flv posehoro. 'I In : tallied in r: j'ht h on dti I a it Iv's ';,v The Ri-lu Knee Is Pivotal Point h I he l.l.i game iij;ai:i-.t all in relief. a Sole il.fe.il, Pittshn.'jdi , .id 7 II deficit n, !l,e when Kill M i.ot triple which eludi Unwind in iiclii three happi-r .rm walk hv Dunn ', CM i line n ' h tuning ki h,l a I I mnk field he hehllld a nilerinn and a sinejc hv Ki iIm i id 'Irmente Maernski si i.ied mi I' e c J-iichert's wild pili li. The Dodi'ei s .s, hi ed ah Lot no'i Ob r tHlleiin.?b i 0 1 I nivt M'"v if iiii.'. ,-. t Ovs Jtrf 4 fl 10' i'.,t n Kow jf if ff 4 1 0 0 C e--v 'l m hor or 1 1 1 1 Mifiii Jkrwron,tt 4 I 7 f) B kV l(hll.( f 1 0 I I Mf) r , .( rWn 1 I I I hiM' in.Mirr 1h f) fl 't 0 h.i.m . t PU hprt p .'010 ,M o,i-i h p 0 ft 0 ' I ' i hSm n 10 0 " Pfi nnV , p 1 ft 1 o 7 ntni t. ; m ' O Awonln) I'i vt t t t"(rt'i' i I. t nr1 - I.' 7lh ( Hit t.i.M " In- ( tl Mnylffl fi.f Hfirl.-I- in VIN t 0 AntjtMr Pitttttui flh h -f '1 : S 0 ! hp 1 4 i i o i ixi') von os ; (VX) 00 1 000 3 P PopUir n Win-, Hnrirt' ( lirnKifr PC) A I o Ati'jWiM 7 1 I, plMburyh 77 H r-WMt. (.litMmi ofifl SVowfOn. 1 OH LfH An()i i Pr'Irf.Mt'ih 8 7R R' ho'l. VVIIU f-iliitun TR Mmfr mt.1 HW WulK S L iiw t MniPlnxii, fairly. IP M rBRV PUhrt VU 1 . I n fi intuit h ' i ft n n l o rf 'naAhi kv 4 i) i ; o o o n ow IL, 0 1) I t R S S 1 i HnrtrJtK il 7 J 0 1 WP-Plh(t Itd'h P' .lt- t U I nn.M. 4iKt, (nnimn. (.rn mun I ' 71. A IB 74J Reds'' ttrosnan G(K'S To Cliisox Cluciiii' l H.e ( hii .i"ii WTlllf Si. ;uiiiin"! relief pitcher .Inn Hrusnan (ruin ihe Cinrinnali Reds yeslerday and In turn sent pitcher I'mn .in rl to the Reds in a waiver deal. Itrosnan w.is );i.ihhed off the waiver list hv the Sox mid ( incinn.il i in i inn pu ked up Zaniu in a similar maneuv-rr. Brosn.in on i e mie of the National 1 e.ir.iie's lop irhef pitehers. is a 3,1 year old ri;:!it Jiander who had a '."'.! nvnid for C'iih inn.it i in I 'Mill and I II .( In lDtil when the Reds won the jM-imant lie slumped to i -I last e.ir and this season is 0 1, luivnif; pitched -1 ' , innings in w hu h he (:ae up four inns and eit;ht lilts. Hrosnan is also a widely read nuttier who has written two books and numerous articles on baseball 7nnni, .'! I ear old r i f ; h t bander, cuw to iae Sox from San I rain isco last year and bad a (i It lecord He appeare in five Raines this season, eiv-inp up i: e hits and four runs 111 41 , mn.r.-s Suns llomhcrf iMiiiiirsola Arr Iascual Halts Yanks li:'.'iin iii:i'iii M r.n (Al'i ( uiw a r I ; s! I a nil !o Pasc i p;ti lied M nnrsota to a '1 I vii -tor. over the New York Y. inkers ', csleida as the 'I wais sal'.a;ed the finale of a three aiue scries Roj:er Muni spoiled 1 u.'i I's shutout wi !h a home run. I:,s thud, ui! r elit field hiillpeu , r... e'llli innni; Mans also don hied in (he ninth I'ascii.il permilled six hits, struck out cie,ht 11 nil walked one in winninK his third straight Bfler three losses, lie bested Ralph Terry in a duel of 20 game winners of I!Mi2. I'ascual was his sharpest in the louith when Tom Tresh tripled to deep (enter field wilh one out, fanning Ma kev Mantle and Marn tr leave 'I res'h M randed Minnesota 11 ed it with H two run eudi' It nimn;: I .ins Amo.o. who relieved Teirv. ' '. al let the scvent h, w alked 'loine one inn. a lid Harmon Killebiew pinch hit ;i sacrifice f'v It was Killelnew's first I one at bat since a w I enc bed knee sidelined him April 1 4. I ennv (been greeted Terry with a home run in the first iiminf;, and Vic Rower doubled home the other Twins' run In the third, Terry bad beaten the Twins five Mraifihl times prior to yesterday . t -.is i J 1 3 1 ft I A( K M( KI.At S SOtT rJK TUB BACKWIH&MP VUJf pe KteT u a woor p eoarioM. iw ticiwfc ror wnt.nr o rl4E Wfpt op TH& fttr f oor oh nr TAiriAWAV AND f lUt IOC OF 1H6 IM(., I Kf tf IME PIMtr KNtfSirAP AW mvtHI AWV lAttfAL BOfV t JC MOJIIU, OF Illf Ml AC. tr atokm rue v.i k.iii t jrm v : i,v v nt t HVfA KotH i tt.i, ur u'l vr A MimT vv 'uut on 1U HCilCt fJ 1 Oh - ff ?--- -- 1 oh The pownjwing i Ff f L AS THOUGH I AM fnjsMiwt rsfOM imp iwtptf of mv pifewt' roor, Nbw York Mlnnnota ot r h rbii ah r h rbi uiie s 4 n T (T ! f ift(n r f If 4 7 ? I- h0',n U 4 0 0 n Powet II) 4 1? 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(I I and .v: Home runs accounted for the Red Winds' winning run 111 Ihe tunc-inniiu; openet and ail ei;:!it of the runs scored in :hc seven inning ivphtcap. I IMMfDIAIlV tfNM ttf. MV weicur to tub IN"lt't OP MV KiHr roor. T7v 1 tl C IMt. M tnw ill rffUta w 1 iiph W asIiinjlon Comeback Holds Chisox J o Splil (Tin aj:o (AC) ( Inn .; I hn-ton's thiee run homer olf reliever lloyt Wdhelm's first pitch with two out in the ninth inning capped a fiveiuti uprising that i:ave ihe Washington Senators an R 7 victorv over the ( hicai;o While Sox yeslerday. Rav Herbert blanked th? Senators, 8-0, in the first game nf the doublelieader nn three Inls. MINION'S III.OVV was bu only hit of the day. Wllliclm had just come in to rescue Mike Joyce. The Sox went into the ninth leading, 7-3. flnd Joyce had held the Senators hit less in the FIRSr GAMS e. mil l ( K my 1 1 Wm.nn II Hlnlon tb Phillip Vi ( isImi ne I b Wflli , till" I'D Chltogs nb hh T I S ntrhihli .1 0 1)1 4 0 0 Oi l-n 4 0 0 Oil in Sum Ih 4 0 0 0 0 01 Rotwnvn,rt .1 I ? three innings he h.id wanked A walk lo Hob Schmidt and s i n f; I e s hv ( 'buck Cot tier, nun h hitler Don I.eppert and .lim K 1 1 i e pn'i eded llmton's winning drive. Herbert, a 'JO Rami' w inner last year, never was in trouble as he pitched his third shutout of the season. The Sox ha i ked him with an II -bit attack which included home runs bv Dave Nicholson and Ron Hansen. I OR NICHOLSON, it was his sixth homer of the season and bis fourth in the four-f;ame series with Washington. 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Cim'lh.o.lh 7 111 I 31 Rnbn,n,rl 5 0 7 2 0 0' Nuhnlsn II S 0 2 1 0 0 Hnnsun i, 5 0 10 1 0 Word lb 4 0 2 0 1 0 ; Ais ?b 5 7 2 0 1 0' C orreon.c 3 2 10 0 0Mrjitin c 10 0 0 0 1 i Hoi len.p 7 0 10 0 OibMniiwr'll 0 0 0 0 0 0 - loyi ip 0 0 0 0 0 0 W'lhlm p 0 0 0 0 0 0i (Jon, 10 0 0 1 1 i TotoH 39 7 14 6 0 o- 0 (1 9 7l IP M Hi .vuliid . . . 4 II Hnlioit 1VV 3 11 P I ff BR SO till 110 3 110 0 o o i ; IrjiM 3 ' VVl' Bionsl i ?ni" Viiin1n ,,l In O Mi Kl . 1 2 OS Yvv Hurler's Lapse Costly Quirh .p ol'hiHim I IMI 'f"J P Omiirfs p KlKn. h k Moniutn f dl ppf r t Biown KI'OP o To'oit a Mil vii r If it t My lor Quuk In 4th. h-ftijitpd for MO'irn in Sth. c-Fhed out lot Otuhfi iO 7th d SinQicrj lor Honnan in th. P in Inr I rppri t in 9th, f-Popped iiiit lor w 'hfioi tn 9'h Washington 110 100 005- 8 ( h,-. .i-jsi 101 310 100- ? F - Wti' v1 Cottier PO A-vwishmgton V 14 t.hKuyo J? I? DP-Hoosen, Wis nod t unn ngham . BM'iloinn ood Onor n Hmtoo and Osboi ne. LOB-Wnvhtnuton 5. Chirogo 12 ;H Kitnj Miihb'ger, Nlrholton. Sih'i.llt Robinson- Word J, HR-Hmlon. SB Pierrot' Herihltor- S-Cottier, i. unningh'nn, Joyct. SF-PhHllp. IP H R ER BB SO CJui k J 7 1 1 0 1 Ohi'm ' J 3 J 1 0 niivr 23 i i 7 7 Hinnon (W, 11) .. 2 1 1 1 7 1 M or 1 0 0 0 0 0 M.p.fn 5 S 3 7 2 4 (,.,. 3 1 4 4 7 1 Will. -m (L. I ?! ! i 1 1 1 0 0 vVP Hvinnao U-Chvloi oc and Mi K"i;v. T ? S. Rm e Vsiieo A-10 984. FIRST O AM F 1 or onto Kothtfr 11 y Jets. 10-J Jacksonville. I :.i i P) (hlando M, l a: i n:r thiivrun bonier m the th.-.l ;:inint; tnpget ed a- 11 ' :t ('olunihiis bonihai dm.-:;' ,." 'it ee ,. k-sot;v :". p : .- h , r - esterd.iv H!ld the h-s o,., ., 10 i :. to- v i v : i.'-e Saos t- e.c-i l spl :! i.t ! !..;l! IM-ne so; Mi,; ! l' ;m v 1 i. . :: 1 1 -1 ss s, a ( 'e:ed s J.i, ksnnv S;!e h :s to T:MR up !.. f r-t w -ti a.: mist i.o jossos 'i ,. ,s,.:iS' ,,;v run fame i:i the faufi when Harry ( h '; s.mnil h s s--i . ond ho;. r.:-l of the t ar. 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Don Weil hit a bounder between first ami second. Viv first sacker Kred Hopke fielded the ball, made a feint toward second, then eltvted to throw to first Mi us Pro Golf en Si nrS' 0 1 0 I U n.-.di.nl O At"h'o'C. SFCONO CftWfi 7 oi onto RftChttr , 0 0 Ot H,r-- ,i 0 0 C - ? c C! v 't i o o o ,i 0 0 0' P.iwpni, -f 7 2 -i C 0 0 B :h 3 : i-, ' .i 0 0 0 . 'i 'f POWMNG BROKF slowly tiitni t ho nvunil. took Hopkr's throw a stop fnini tho haso, am! !iror nio t ,im iotM" Pouiiii-i; followed 1 ho error with .( walk .uui the I'htefs ent on to sv'ort on ( i.uos Brown's infieKl out nnd Bill Roman's two run hit tti WW. Syiocu R ichnond Butnnvv'Me Okia (UPI)-Money win- j nw m m J 70 000 Woco Turntr Open . qoJI tout ney ore. (-Denote Amateur) t. 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(FooTKrtif Roy Gal MotorO 10th at Sherman FL 7-8332 i oi i:nthi vs aiii 2 .oi.is Final U.S. Isls In Pan-Am Hit 108 San f'.i.j!.), Hr.i;l (AC) -U.S. equestrian stars added two more gold medals and boosted t.'rifle Sam's total haul to I OS -. esterday in a victorious ( liniax to the fotirt h Pan-Anieri' an (james. M.trv M,t;rs, an IS year-old st ien e leather from Pasadena, (.'al, won the individual championship and with her nding companions also captured the team prize in the (irand Pnx Des Nations. THIS COLORFUL test of horsemanship featured the closing ceremonies of the dames In 1 f.r0, they track and tef ,-e a crowd of oO.OhO in the 7t). i)0h seal 1' a c a e m b u gold medals. Stadium. j took eight of nine Although the Games pro- I - lf, ( s. men's dated a United States, the Yanks re- , medals, counting the disputed cet-.ed some unexpected j g,,,) for the 1500 meter rela v. bumps from their improved rhev lost such 'I'ank special- ;ind field team won six of 10 t cv cling, which isn't an Ameri can specialty, hut was tne oniv shutout of the extravaganza for the Yanks. ..,..,, f,.- u d i - ... ..i. c t n ,.tl i Flnol onollciol Toouioeon t mvwiii '"""""J "-" ' item leam lurjn id oi ij kuiu , . 4m po0.Am,nt:an gomti Cotd Silvtr Broni ; Latm neighbors, i Yank boxers, once undis- putr-d kings of the canvas, j managed to eke out only two of 10 golds and four brones. Cuba. 1'nt le Baseball went to Sam's women track ties as the 100 and 200-meter dashes, the 800 and marathon, among others. Of the 14 Pan-Am records turned out this time, Yanks achieved nine. Untie Sam's lads lost their midas touch completely m IJn tfd S-a'es .. B-Gi f -.norlQ A-gent.nn OltXI ij-utrny vifneue a Vf'O Ch'.e T ' n dad Tobago Br't sb G'J ano . Antiiir"? P'iromn P-..irto R CO .... (runtfma'O . . F'p-U ft r oadns IMS 55 17 14 70 '5 10 ?4 21 8 )6 18 4 6 4 4 i ; 3 5 1 ? I II 2 1 4 I 3 2 1 0 0 0 4 7 n 7 3 0 ? 7 0 2 7 0 7 0 You can attend the many "500" Festival events and the roaring action at the Speedway, with the WFBM Stations! From last week's official track opening to the Victory Dinner, you will be able to attend all of the events through the sight and sound coverage of The WFBM Stations. You're in the middle of all the festive events on Radio 1260 and TV-6. Join us for live, film, tape and bulletin coverage from start to finish. I i J -:t - a. wiwrfi-. v W-'MI-i'W. TOM CARNEGIE CfSf f Announcer S00 Sptedway JIM MclNTYRE TracMvde his FRED AGABASHI AN A champion B ERNIE HERMAN Action and interviews FRED EVERETT Action and interviews JIM GERARD Action and interviews FRANK PRATER Action and interviews SPEEDWAY ACTIVITIES O April 29-May 29- 6:30- 6:45 p.m. "Trackside" Q May 1-May 24 - 6:30- 6:45 p.m. "Trackside on TV" Q May 1-May 29 7:40- 7:45 a.m. "Speedway through the Years" 5:55- 6:00 p.m. "Speedway through the Years" O April 30-May 29-Daily: 1 :30- 1 :35 p.m. "Sounds of the Speedway" 3:30- 3:35 p.m. "Sounds of the Speedway" 4.30- 4:35 p.m. "Sounds of the Speedway" 5:30- 5:35 p.m. "Sounds of the Speedway" Q May 4 7:00- 7:30 p.m.. . . "Speedway Museum" Q May 6 9:30-10:00 p.m.. . . "USAC Awards" Q May 11 7:00- 7:30 p.m.. . . "500 Miles to Go" Q May 18 7:00- 7:30 p.m.. . . "500 Miles to Go" Q May 25 10:00-1 1 :00 p.m.. . . "500 Miles to Go" Q May27-29 6:30- 6:45 p.m.. . . "500 Miles to Go" Q May 21 6.00- 6:45 p.m.. . . "Old Timers' Bar-B-Q" Q May 25 7.00- 7:30 p.m.. . . "Inside Track" Q May 27 9:30-10:00 p.m.. . . "Speedway through the Year" Q May 29 10:00:10:30 p.m.. . . "Speedway Press Party" Q May 29 10.30-1 1 :00 p.m.. . . "Drivers Meeting" Q May 29 11:30 p.m. -12:30 a.m. "Gentlemen, Start Your Engines" Q May 30 10:30 to conclusion . "Memorial Day 500 Mile Race" Q May 30 1 1 :00 a.m,-3:00 p.m. . "500" Mile Race Bulletins Q May 30 9:30-10:00 p.m.. . . "500" Race Highlights Q May 31 8:30-10:00 p.m.. .. "Victory Dinner" and WFBM Checkered Flag Award to Winner QUALIFICATION WEEKENDS May 18, 19 and 25. 2S Q "Qualification Bulletins" . . . Trackside action as it happens Q "Qualification Bulletins" . . . Trackside action as it happens "QUALIFICATION TRIALS" Q May 18, 19 4.30- 5:30 p.m direct from trackside O May 18, 19 5:30- 6:00 p.m direct from trackside Q May 25, 26 4:30- 5:30 p.m direct from trackside Q May 25, 26 5:30- 6:00 p.m direct from trackside OMay 18, 25 6.40- 6.45 p.m ) Highlight coverage May 19. 28 11:15-11:20 D.m I of da s action ANNUAL FESTIVAL GOLF TOURNEY Q May 29 -4:30-5:00 p.m. . Celebrity-Pro-Am goll match direct from Speedway Course Q May 31-June 3 Golf tourney reports daily as tournament progresses O June 2, 3 1 :00-1 :30 p.m. . "500" Golf Tourney 1 :00-1 :30 p.m. . "500" Golf Tourney Q May 31 Q June 1 Q June 2 Q June 3 Q May 25 - O May 26 - -4:30-5:00 p.m. -5:00-5:30 p.m. -5:00-6:00 p.m. -4:30-5:30 p.m. "500" Golf Tourney 1st round "500" Golf Tourney 2nd round "500" Golf Tourney 3rd round "500" Golf Tourney final round SPECIAL ACTIVITIES 9:00-10:00 p.m. . ."Coronation Ball" Q May 28 - 7:00- 9:00 p.m. Q May 28 -10:30-11:00 p.m. 3:00- 4:30 p.m. . .Sunday Movie "To Please A Lady" "500" Festival Parade ."500" Festival Parade Use this complete guide to "500" action ... clip and save it! Key: O Radio Q Television TELEVISION SPONSORS Arties Food Products Bryant-Hedback Company Continental Baking Dairy Queen Drewrys Beer Eckrich Luncheon Meats Falstaff Beer Ford Dealers Gates Motors Pure Oil Company RCA Victor Dealers Rustoleum Shell Oil Company Sterling Beer Stokely-Van Camp RADIO SPONSORS Carling Brewing Company Cities Service Oil Co. Peter Eckrich & Sons Oaklandon Sales Co. Sexson Bros. Coal & Oil Co. Speedway First Bank and Trust Co. 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