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-SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1S83. PAGE 24 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR Cards Nip Giants, 6-5, OfT MusiaFs Pop Fty Pil wm WW by....eOB COLLINS A RNIE'S ARMY WAS off sulking and Nicklaus navy was somewhere dipping out the bilge-. water. But, what the heck, they already had a golf course and a fresh order of sunshine, so they went ahead and held a golf tournament at Speedway. Professional golfers usually complain about crowd noises. This time, however, the crowd couldn't hear the pros. Everybody's ears still were stopped up from Thursday's 500-Mile Race. Since most pros arrive armed with dirty looks and - bad tempers, this presented something of a problem for spectators.. Without prior warning from that whirring sound of a club flying through the air, a race-deafened .fan was in constant danger of wearing Tom Bolt's or Jim Ferree's putter for a head ornament. FOR THE MOST part it was a quiet crowd. With no heroes to cheer, the strollers kept themselves amused by . politely applauding every shot that was hit into the air. In fact, things were so tranquil on the golf course yesterday you could almost hear the sounds of battle from across the street at the Holiday Inn where Parnelli Jones ' and Eddie Sachs were changing their oil and, at the same time, proving why they both drive race cars instead of r fight for a living. Speedway ground crews did a beautiful job of pre- paring the course on what might be the shortest notice in history. Workers were out manicuring the course be-;. fore the race crowd started leaving Thursday. And, yesterday, there was not a single report of a golfer driving into a beer can, gagging on a chicken bone X or slipping on a banana peel. There were a few drunks around. But they all looked fresh and should not be listed as 500-Mile Race leftovers. Apparently the pros, who dislike the high grass, like ' the course inside the track best this trip. All the auto-v mobiles packed the grass down good, giving them something firm to hit from. Doug Ford, who won the first two tourneys here, came home with a 70. And if he wins a nickel this year, he owes Max Stultz of The Star a beer. Ford's total read 34-36. He was about to sign a card ' which said, 34-35. Had he done so, he immediately would have become the best known spectator on the course. ' But Stultz, standing nearby caught him in time and proudly added a hash mark to his Boy Scout merit badge. One of these days. Ford might even thank him. Television badman Bob Wilke shot 81. And that isn't bad for a guy who has been ventilated by Colt .45 slugs from every good guy on the vast wasteland. In fact, Wilke was just one letter and an alert score-keeper away from a fine 71. That's the score shot by a fellow named Trevor Wilkes out of South Africa. ; AND HERE'S GOOD news for racing fans. The offi-, cial attendance at the race was 348,887. This has to be the record because nobody else not even the house esti-: mators would dare guess that high. ; That figure is the population of Birmingham, Ala. ; before the riots. Next year they expect a real record. ! For a crowd, the estimators are shooting for the popula-tion of Newark, N.J., which is 405,220. Chisox Blank Boston Behind Buzhardty6-0 Chicago (AP) Backed by a 12-hit attack, John Buzhardt htirled the Chicago White Sox to a 6-0 victory over the Boston Red Sox last night with a three-hitter. Buzhardt recorded his fifth victory against two losses as his teammates went to work early and kayoed Gene Con-ley in the third inning. FLOYD ROBINSON singled home a run for Chicago in the first inning and Mike Hersh-berger singled home another in the second. The White Sox then knocked Conley out with PRICED FOR IMMEDIATE SALE 18 Hole Miniature Golf Course and Driving Range. Now in Operation. Mutt Sell at Once Due to Change of Job. 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Chicoo Boston ob r h bii ob r h bi H'shb'r.cf 5 0 1 1 Schllnq,2b 4 0 0 0 Fox, 2b 4 1 2 1 Geigerxf 2 0 0 0 Wnrd.3b 2 1 2 0 Y'tn'ki.lf 4 0 0 0 R b ns n.rf 4 0 11 Moli'ne,3b 2 0 0 0 Cn'hm.lb 4 111 Clinton.rf 4 0 10 Wxwell.lf 4 2 2 1 Stuart,lb 4 0 10 Mtmsen.sj 3 0 10 Nlxon.c 4 0 0 0 Martin.c 1 0 0 0 Bress d.ss 3 0 i u nrnrr'n.c 1 0 1 1 Conlev.D 10 0 0 Buihrtt.n 4 1 1 0 Nicholt.p 10 0 0 Tntnl. U 4 12 6 bWllliomS 10 0 0 Pernlel's.D Mil I Totals 30 9 J 0 o-Slngled for Martin In 3rd; b-Struck out for Nichols in th. Boston 000 000 000-0 Chicogo 113 001 00x- E-Stuort, Conley, Bressoud, Word. PO A-Boston 24-11, Chicogo 27-11. DP-Nichols, Bressoud ond Stuart; word, Fox ond Cunningham. LOB-Boston 7, Chicago 7. 5B-Ward. Buzhardt, Bressoud. SB-Maxwell, S-Ward. IP H R ER BB SO Conley (L, 2-3) .. 2"i 7 5 4 1 0 Nichols 3 5 1114 Fornleles 1 0 0 0 0 1 Buihordt (W, 5-2) . 3 0 0 4 U-Carrlgon, Hurley, DIMuro, Flaherty. T-2:15. A-22,290. 40 MILES PER GALLON YEARS! I i 95 4,,$49 month RENAULT DEALER ME 6-3353 ) f. 40 MILES PER GALLON Ball Drops In Ninth With 3 On St. Louis (AP) Curt Flood raced home with the winning run rrom tmrd base on an infield pop up by Stan Musial and the St. Louis Cardinals knocked off National League-leading San Francisco last night, 6-5, and moved to within two games of the Giants. Flood, running at his own risk from third base, scored on the strange play that found the three Giants chasing the pop. Willie Mays, racing in from his shallow center field position, almost made the catch. MUSIAL, however, was declared out in the bases-loaded situation under the infield fly rule. Flood opened the last of the ninth with a Walk off loser Don L a r s e n. Bill White reached base when Cap Peter son fielded his grounder and threw late trying for a force out at second. Then Bob Bolin relieved and threw late to third on Dick Groat's bunt, loading the bases with none out. Musial's pop came off Billy Pierce, the third Giant pitcher in the inning. St. Louis, trailing 5-2 after five innings, tied the game on singles by Musial, Julian Javier and Tim McCarver in the sixth and Bill White's eighth homer following a single by Flood in the seventh. Bob Gibson pitched the ninth for the victory, the fourth straight and eighth in the last nine games for the Cards. San Francisco scored four runs in the third for a 4-2 lead off Cardinal starter Curt Sim mons. Son Francisco St. Louis ob r h bl Kuenn.lf 5 12 0 ob r h bi Flood.cf Whlte.lb Groot.sj Musial, If Boyer,3b Aitmon.rf Javler,2b ,4)! Bowman, sj 0 0 0 0 4 2 4 0 Peterson,2b 4 10 0 Mays.cf 4 2 3 2 Cepeda.lb 4 0 0 0 F, Alou.rf 4 0 2 2 5 1 4 0 3 0 D'vnoort,3b 4 0 2 0 4 0 Hn'ler.c 4 0 0 0 Poaon.ss 3 0 10 McCarver, c 4 0 Simmons.p 1 0 aJames 1 0 Humpb'vs.p 0 0 bSawatski 1 0 dMcCvov.lt 10 0 0 Sonford.p 110 0 Perrv.o 0 0 0 0 M. Alou 1 0 0 0 Bauta.o 0 0 0 0 Lorson.p 0 0 0 0 cBurk 10 0 0 Bolin, o 0 0 0 0 Gibson, o 0 0 0 0 cBurk 1 0 0 Gibson, a 0 0 0 Totals 34 6 10 Plerce.p 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 6 10 6 TotnU 35 S 10 4 o-Pooped out for Simmons In Sth; b-Grnunded out for Humphreys In 4th; c-Struck out for Bouto In 9th; d-Struck out for Ponon in 9th; e-Flled out for Perry In eth. Snn Francisco 0n 010 000-5 St. Louis 200 001 201-4 E-Groot. PO-A-Son Francisco 25-10, St. Louis 27-S. (one out when winning run scored). LOB-San Francisco 5, St. Louis . 2B-White, Mays. HR-Whlte. SB-Moys. s-Sanford. IP H R ER BB SO Sonford 6 6 3 3 3 1 Perry 2 3 xLorsen (L, 03) ..0 0 yBolin 0 1 Pierce '4 1 Simmons 5 9 Humphreys 1 0 Bauto 2 1 Gibson (W, 3-3) ..1 0 x-Pitched to two men In 9th; y-Pitched to one man In 9th. U-Vorgo, Harvey, Weyer, Barllck. T-2:44. A-21,544. Pena Pitches A's 9-3 Win Kansas City (AP) Orlando Pena pitched and batted Kan sas City to a 9-3 victory over woeful Washington last night, limiting the Senators to five hits and hitting a grand slam homer to pace the A's 15-hit attack. The loss was the Senators fourth in a row, and their 18th in the last 20 games. Pena, who had lost his last five games, helped his own cause by hitting a grand slam home run in a six-run fifth inning uprising which put the A's ahead to stay. It was Pena's fifth victory. The Kansas City righthander, however, gave up three home runs the first three hits he yielded in the first three innings. Larry Os borne and Don Lock connect ed in the second and Jim King in the third. Washington ob r h bl Konsos City ab r h b Brnkm'n.ss 4 0 0 0 Causty.ss 5 i King.rf 4 Hinlon.lf 4 Osborne, lb 4 Lock.cf 4 Retzer.c 4 Kennedy, 3b 3 Cottier, 2b 3 Rudolph, p 2 Osteen.p 0 Cootes.p 0 oShetrone 1 i i Clmoil.rf Wolclk.rf 4 1 5 S 5 3 1 0 0 0 3 1 2 0 1 1 2 3 3 0 0 0 o o 2 1 Charles 3b 2 1 SieUrn,1b 0 0 Alusik.lf 0 0 Ed words, c 0 0 0 0 Lumpe,2b 3 DelGrco.cf 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 S 3 Pena.D 7 4 Totals 9 15 9 Burniide.p 0 Totals o3 a-Groundtd out for Coates in Sth. Washlnjton 071 000 000-3 Kansas City 001 141 00x-9 E-Charlfs. PO-A-Woshington 24-7, Kansas City 27-9. DP-Rudolph, Roller ond Osborne. L03-Woshlngton 3, Kansas City . 2B-Lump, EnVords, Lock. HR-Ot-borne, Lock, King, Charles, Aluslk, Ptna. SF-Edwards. IP H R ER BB SO Rudolph (L, 3-7) .. 4' 10 5 5 0 1 xOsteen 0 3 3 3 1 0 Cootes 2"i 1 1 1 1 2 Burnslde 1 0 0 0 0 0 Pena (W, 5-5) .... 9 5 3 3 0 7 x-Fod 4 men In Sth. HBP-Rudolon Del Greco. U-Salerno, Honochick, Runge, Stewart. T-l:55. A- ',392. Collcge Baseball NCAA District 4 Playoff western Michifon I, Illinois o. iiiyals sxr u .iom:s Record VIPs 9 Absences Mark Speedway Payoff The Indianapolis Motor Speedway's record - breaking payoff-dinner last night m the Murat Temple had a record- breaking absence of VIPs. Dan Gurney of Costa Mesa, CaL, who placed seventh in Thursday's 500 Mile Race wasn't there because he was enroute to Canada for a road race. Also missing conspicuously were Roger McCluskey, the 15th place finisher and the voluble Eddie Sachs, the 17th place winner. McCLUSKEY and Sachs both have been extremely critical of Parnelli Jones' victory Sachs so much that he was popped in the face earlier yesterday by Jones. There was an unofficial report that McCluskey's car owner, Bruce Homeyer, was so upset over McCluskey "spinning in Jones' oil" that he (Homeyer) had decided to withdraw from Speedway racing. Sachs failed to show to accept his $7,100 for 17th place and the only pertinent remark was said by two-time winner Rodger Ward who jested, "I guess Eddie is home taking boxing lessons." OTHERWISE, the victory dinner's expected fireworks fizzled into the usual mundane congratulatories to the Speedway, car owners, chief mechanics and accessory firms. Jimmy Clark, the little Scot who placed second to Jones and also had said Thursday that he was wary of Jones' oil, presented his "personal congratulations for a magnificent drive" last night to Parnelli. He added, "I didn't see much of him during the race." Colin Chapman, the English builder of the Lotus-Fords, accepted Gurney's $18,000 prize and said, "I'd like to come back again and I'd like to congratulate Parnelli Jones. He deserves it." JIM HURTUBISE, usually reticent, spoke frankly when he referred to Jones "as a per sonal friend of mine" and that "other drivers have won this race and have lost oil." Hurtubise, speaking longer than usual, added, "I'm out of wind. My name isn't Eddie Sachs." Parnelli had a few other drivers, including Johnny Boyd, in his corner. P-yd, who placed 22d in th ; Bowes Seal Fast Special, said, "Parnelli didn't need any help in winning. My hat is off to him." JONES ACCEPTED his Orioles Slip To AJL. Tie Los Angeles (AP) The Los Angeles Angels tore into Milt Pappas and Dick Hall for 15 hits last night, defeating Baltimore, 7-4 and dropping the Orioles into a tie with New York for the American League lead. The loss, Baltimore's third straight following a nine-game winning streak, left the Orioles one game ahead of the Yankees but tied in percentage points. The Yankees defeated Cleveland, 4-0. Right-hander Dan Osinski, until recently a relief pitcher, went seven innings plus for the Angels and got his first major league victory as a starter. He also got his first major league hit and scored twice. Joe Koppe and rookie Charley Dees got three hits each for Los Angeles and drove in two runs apiece. Dees led off the Angel fifth with his first major league home run. Boltlmore Lot Angeles ob r h bl ob r h bl Aporlcio.ss 5 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 6 4 Peorson.cf 1 2 Adair, 2b 5 Smith.rf 3 Gentile. lb 3 Roblnsn,3b 4 Powell, If 2 Brandt.cf 4 Orslno.c 4 Pappas.p 2 Hall.p 1 oSnydr 1 Totals 34 o-Doubl'ed Koppe.ss Wagner, If L.Thms.rf Perry, rf Dees, lb Rodgers.c G.Thms,3b Moron, 2b Oslnski.p Navarro, p Totals 1 3 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 1 0 0 7 15 7 for Hall In 9th. Boltlmore 002 Ono m-i Los Angeles 002 230 OOx-7 E-Decs, L. Thomas, Smith. PO-A-Boitl-more 24-9, Los Angeles 27-10. LOB-Baltlmoro 7, Los Angeles 9. 78-Rodgen, Smith, Snvder. HR-Dees. 5B-Aparlclo, Adair, SF-Powell. IP H R ER BBSO Poopat (L, 4-1) ... 4'j 12 7 5 0 3 Hall 3'i 3 0 0 0 1 xOslnskl (W, 3-1) . 7 4 4 2 3 ) Navarro 2 2 0 0 0 1 x-Faced 7 men in Sth. HBP-By Papoos (Knpne). WP-Poppos. U-Paporelln, 5oor, Smith, Haller. T- 2:15. A-9,172. Tom Moore Sins Green Bay, Wis. (AP) Halfback Tom Moore, who gets his chance this year to emerge from Paul Hornung's shadow, has signed his contract for the fourth National Football League season, the 1 " n rf" fay h( & a r n Ci 1 ( ill i k ill f I fir .W , IjL I CLARK HONORED - Jimmy Clark of Scotland, a great road racing driver, last night became the first European to win the Rookie of the Year award for the 500-Mile Race. Sponsored by Stark & Wetzel Company of Indianapolis, Clark received a trophy and $1,000. Half of that total originally was to be a year's supply of meat, but since Clark lives in Scotland the local company decided to add $500 rather than deliver the meat overseas. (Star Photo) Official '500' Results CAR POS. NO. DRIVER 1. 98 Parneiii Jones 2. 92 Jim Clork 3. 2 A. J. Fovt 4. 1 Rodger Ward 5. 4 Don Branson 6. 8 Jim McElreath 7. 93 Dan Gurney 8. 10 Chuck Hulse 9. 84 Al Wilier 10. 22 Dick Rathmann 11. 29 Dempsey Wilson 12. 17 Troy Ruttman 13. S Bob Christie 14. 32 Ebb Rose 15. 14 Roger McCluskey 16. 5 Bobby Marshman 17. 9 Eddie Sachs 18. 99 Paul Goldsmith 19. 52 Lloyd Ruby 20. 88 Eddie Johnson 21. 45 Chuck Stevenson 22. 54 Jim Hurtubise . 23. 83 Duone Carter 24. l Jim Rathmann 25. 2 Bobby Grim 26. 86 Bob Velth 27. 35 Allen Crowe 28. 54 Bud Tlngelstad 29. 37 Johnny Rutherford 30. 21 Elmer George 31. 75 Art Malone 32. 23 Johnny Boyd 33. 6 Bobby Unser Lap Leaders: Hurtubise Lap , Hotel 1; 68-95; Jones 96-200. Fastest Leading Lap: Jones on 114th $148,513 without any barbs. He said, "It was the greatest race I ever drove." Tom O'Brien, local auto dealer, presented the keys to the new Chrysler convertible to Jones and re INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Southern Division W L Pet. G.. Atlanta 2? 17 .630 . Arkonsot 1 19 . 537 4Vj INDIANAPOLIS 25 23 .521 5 Jacksonville 20 28 .417 10 Columbus 14 32 .304 15 Northern Division Buffalo U 17 ,605 Syracuse 22 20 .524 )Vj Richmond 19 19 .500 4"i Rochester .. 22 22 .500 4"i Toronto 21 23 .477 5Vi AMERICAN LEAGUE W 30 25 27 Pet. Mi .625 .587 .568 .524 .511 .449 .422 GB Baltimore ... New York ., Chicago .., Kansas City 25 22 Bolton Minnesota 23 Los Angoltt 22 Detroit 19 Cleveland 17 .415 Washington 15 35 .108 14 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L PCt. GB 2 " V4 4"j SVi V 7V Son Francisco St. Louis Los Angeles ... 30 29 20 18 II 21 20 22 22 21 25 26 29 11 .625 .580 .574 .531 .511 .489 .461 .447 Chicago Pittsburgh- Cincinnati Philadelphia ... Milwaukee .... Houston New York .401 10"i .367 12' Yesterday's Results INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Buffalo 2, INDIANAPOLIS 1. Jacksonville 3, Rochester . Toronto I, Atlanta 4. -Arkansas 4, Syracuse 0. Richmond 2, Columbus 1. AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago 6, Boston 0. Braves Offer Pact To Suspended Cridder Miami, Fla. (AP) Mickey Panther, suspended junior full back with the University of Miami football team, said yesterday he has an offer to sign with the Milwaukee Braves baseball team. Panther, of Highland Park, 111., and sophomore quarterback Gary Gump, were suspended Wednesday for one year for disciplinary reasons, not detailed by Coach Andy Gustafson. Both are eligible to seek re-admission in June 1964, Gustafson said. Panther said he was undecided whether to accept a $25,000 bonus with Milwaukee or apply for readmission to the university. CAR NAME Agalanian's W. B. Lotus-Ford Sheraton-Thompson Ko.ser Aluminum Leader Card Biil Forbes Lotus-Ford Dean Van Lines Harvey Aluminum Chapman Vita-Fresh O. J. Auto-Crat Seat Belt Travelon Trailer Sheraton-Thompson Konstant-Hot Econo-Car Rental Bryant Heating Dernier John Zink Drewry s Bardahl Hotel Troulcono Harvey Aluminum Hopkins Morcroft Raclnq Associates Gabriel Shocker Hoover U.S. Eauiomenf Co. Sarkes Tariian S.T.P. Bowes S. F. TIME SPEED 3:29:35.40 143.137 3:30:09.24 142.752 3:30:57.34 142.210 3:32:37.80 141.090 3:32:58.11 140.866 3:32:58.43 140.862 3:34:10.61 140.071 3:34:11.26 140.044 3:35:00.98 139.524 3:36:04.09 138.845 3:36:29.48 138.574 3:37:00.48 138.244 3:40:25.18 136.104 3:44:40.63 132.347 198 laps 196 laps 181 laps 149 laps 126 laps 112 laps 110 laps 102 laps 100 laps 99 laps 79 lops 74 laps 47 laps 46 laps 43 laps 21, laps 18 laps 12 laps 2 laps Tropicano Jones Laps 2 43; McCluskey 64-67; Clark lap at 151.54V miles per hour. marked he was thankful he did not have to give the keys to Clark. It would have been embarrassing, he added, to give Chrysler keys to a driver who won the race in a Ford- powered race car. B.E. Kansas City 9, Washington 3. Dttroit 1, Minnesota 1. New York 4, Cleveland 0. Los Angeles. .7, Baltimore 4 . NATIONAL LEAGUE Houston 1, Milwaukee 2. St. Louis t, Son Francisco 5 Cincinnati 7, Los Angeles 4 Pittsburgh 2, New York 0. Chicago 2, Phlldelphia 1. Today's Schedule INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Buffalo at INDIANAPOLIS (7:41 p.m.) Kocnesier ar Jacksonville (2, night) Syracuse at Arkansas (night). Columbus at Richmond (night). Toronto at Atlanta (nlghf). NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh ot New York-Friend (5-4) or LOW tl-ifj VS. UICO Chicago at Philadelphia-Ellsworth (4-1) vs. Booier io-g). Houston at Mllwoukee-Johnson (27) vs nuraeire ()). San Fronclsce at St. Louls-Flsher (j-s vs. I uyiur w-lf. Los Angeles ot Cincinnati (niaht). Koufax (7-2) vs, Jay (1-8). AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit ot Mlnnesoto-Foytack (0-1) or Anderson (1-0) vs. Kaat (4-4) or Peggen-burk (1-0). Boston at Chicago-Morehead (11) vs. Herbert (S-2). New York ot Clevelond-Bouton (6-1) vs. Donovan (2-1). Baltimore at Los Angeles (night)-Estrada (3-1) vs. McBrlde (3-4). Washington ot Kansas City (nightl-Ostetn (0-4) vs. Bowsfield (1-5). 2 DAYS ONLY 8 A.M. 'TIL 12 P.M. FRI. 531, SAT. 61 MIDNITE MADNESS 28 BRAND NEW '63 RAMBLERS WILL BE SOLD AT ONLY $QQ00 07 OVER COST LIBERAL TRADES, 1st PAYMENT LABOR DAY CREDIT OK'D ON THE SPOT BRING YOUR WIFE AND DRIVE ONE HOME SPECIAL PREVIEW TONITE 'TIL 12 P.M. mo W. 16h ST. RODOCKER'S ME 7-5444 Ford's 3-Hitter Stops Cleveland; Cleveland (AP) Whitey Ford, New York's ac left'i hander, fired a three-hitter last night and Tom Tresh and Elston Howard belted two-run homers as the Yankees blanked the Cleveland Indians, 4-0. Jerry Kindall hit a single to right field'leading off the third inning for Cleveland's first hit. Joe Azcue singled in the eighth, and Vic Davalillo beat out a hit in the ninth. The 34 year old southpaw pitcher walked four and struck out eight in winning his sixth game in nine decisions. FORD WAS in trouble in the seventh when he walked Joe Adcock and Tito Fran-cona with two out. But he struck out pinch hitter Gene Green to end the inning. Tresh hammered his eighth homer into the right field Now York ob r h bl Boyer.3b 4 0 10 Cleveland ab r h bi Howser.ss 3 0 0 1 Richdsn,2b 4 1 0 Davalllo.cf 4 0 1 Tresh.lt 4 1 1 Held,rf-3b 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Mantle, ct 4 0 1 0 0 Adcock, IB cRamos Francna.lf Alvis,3b aGreen.rf Klndall,2b Azcue, c Gront.p bLuplow Allen, p Totals Maris, rt 5 Pepiton.lb 4 1 1 I 2 Howard, c 4 Llnz.ss 3 0 1 0 1 4 I Ford.D 4 Total M o-struck out for Alvis in seventh; b- Struck out for Gront in eighth; c-Ran for Adcock In ninth. New York 002 000 020-4 Cleveland 000 000 000-0 E-Howser, Ford. PO-A-New York 27- 13, Cleveland 27-9. DP-Boyer, Rictard- son, Lini ond Pepltone. LOB-new Torn 10. Cleveland S. HRS-Tresh, Howard. SB-Ricnarason. IP H R ER BB SO Ford (W, 4-3) 3 0 0 4 8 Grant (L. 35) .... 7 4 2 5 3 Allen 1 1 0 0 0 0 U-Rice, Valentine, McKlnley, Chylak. T-2:09. A-20,424. Daigh, Hall, Hill Players Leaders Mosport Park, Ont. (UPI) Chuck Daigh, Jim Hall, and world champion Graham Hill led the early qualifiers yesterday for today's Players 200 mile sports car race. The time trials were marred by a near fatal accident. Daigh, driving the Lotus 19, that set a lap record here last year with Dan Gurney at the wheel, toured Mosport s ZAb mile circuit in 1:35.1, an average of 93 miles per hour. Twenty r five cars went through the trials yesterday and six more, including Indi-anapoils 500 runnerup Jimmy Clark, will attempt to qualify this morning. Hall, of Midland, Texas, . . ,0. J was tnree-tenins or a secona behind the Californian, placin second in his home-made Chaparral. Hill, the first reign ing champion to drive in Canada, was four-tenths of a second of the leader in his Lotus 19. Allister Smith of Hamilton, Ont. was rushed to hospital in nearby Toronto in critical condition after his D-type Jaguar rolled over as he en tered a sharp turn at the end of the back stretch. Doctors said there was a fracture at the base of the skull and "brain damage." Still to qualify and expected to be among the favorites were Gurney, of Riverside CaL, and Roger Penske of Gladwyne, Pa. Gurney will drive a Cooper-Monaco and Penske a modified Cooper Formula one. Parnelli Jones, Indianapolis 500 winner, was scheduled to race but bowed out at the last minute because of a television commitment. Neck Injury Cancels Philadelphia Fight Philadelphia (UPI) A train ing injury suffered by wel terweight Percy Manning of Philadelphia caused the can cellation yesterday of his sched uled June 12 bout with Stanley (Kitten) Hayward of Philadel phia. Manning injured a neck mus cle, and his physician ordered him to halt all training for one month. Promoter Al Lewis said he would re-schedule the bout next fall. GOLOEh ARROW 1175 W. 16th ST. stands in the third inning after shortstop Dick Howser made an error on Bobby Rich.; ardson's grounder. Howard's eighth homer, over the right field fence, scored Joe Pepi-tone, who had singled in the'; eighth inning. Jim Grant, 3-5, was the loser. He went eight inning and surrendered seven hits. WAXING CARS IS NOW A PICNIC FREE Wash'n Wax Sponge just for coming in for a demonstration. Deep-waxes your car as you wash it 2 Motorola ALL-TRANSISTOR CAR RADIO All-transistor radio produces a clean, rich sound the instant it's on. Easy on your battery and U'a your budget. ! tin Inillllilm ml inttmiWtoM 12JT TWO YEAR WARRANTY on all 1963 Motorola car radios. Manufacturer'! fuarantea covtrs free exchange or repair of any component proven detective in normal use. Removal and reinstal lation labor included. Arranged through selling dealers. MOTOROLA BOB'S CAR RADIO & TV 4940 W. WASHINGTON OFFICE PH. CH 1-7340 HOME PH. CH 1-9084 n

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