The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on November 11, 1976 · Page 45
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1976 IJ: FROM Tlllltll LAI Billy Arnold, 1930 '500 Winner, Dies Oklahoma City (AP) Billy Arnold, apparently the only man ever to take the lead of the Indianapolis '500' race on the third lap and hold it to ' victory, died yesterday of acerebral hemorrhage. He was 65. Arnold won the 1930 '500' at a speed of 100.448 miles an hour, becoming the first driver to win at better than 100 mph without using a relief driver. He was 19 years old at the time "and I doubt if he even had a driver's license," his widow said yesterday. . Arnold, born Dec. 16, 1910, at Chicago, is survived by his widow La-France and a sister, Mrs. Vaughn Shoemaker of Carmel, Calif. Funeral arrangements were incomplete. ARNOLD, WHO EARNED a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Illinois and, after his racing days were over, a Ph.D. from the Michigan Institute of Technology, won the wreck-marred 1930 Labor Day classic 10 laps ahead of William (Shorty-Cantlon, who was killed in the 1947 race. He made it to Victory although a seven-car pileup on the northeast turn left so little room to maneuver that he scraped a hub cap on a concrete retaining wall. Thirty-seven drivers and 37 riding mechanics started the 1930 race, and TOP L.A. 117-112 Celts Snap Losing Streak Boston (AP) The Boston Celtics withstood the shock of losing center Dave. Cowens indefinitely "for personal reasons," capitalized on Kareem Ab-diil-Jabbar's foul trouble and rolled to a 117-112 National Basketball Association victory over the Los Angeles Lakers lat night. J The Celtics, who learned just before gametime that Cowens had been granted a leave of absence, snapped a four-gSme losing streak. Z JIMMY ARD, Sidney Wicks and Tummy Boswell took turns at covering Abdul-Jabbar. Ard started and scored s& points before fouling out with four ittfnutes remaining. Wicks, who also played his normal forward postion, had 2t points, while Boswell enjoyed his final game as a pro with 14. tAbdul-Jabbar scored a game-high 33 before he fouled out with 1:45 remaining, just seconds after Boswell had put Boston in front to stay, 108-106. . -JoJo White topped Boston scorers ulh 28 points. Charley Scott added 17 cTjJjd John Havlicek 15. fiockels 99, Sonics 97 j Houston (UFI) - Mike Newlin's j$mp shot with 45 seconds remaining broke a tie game and lifted the Houston Rockets to a victory last niht over the Seattle SuperSonics. 76ers 103, Bulls 88 hilaodelphia (UPI) - George Mc-Qfinis scored 27 points and Doug Col mm 3369 N. KEYSTONE 1120 N. SHADELAND , 4031 S. KEYSTONE I EARLY TIMES ya z-z-r FIFTH V2 pALVERT m gin WINDSOR CANADIAN $8 99 12 Gal. ' $4 CALVERT ' v Extra Soft WHISKEY $4 99 Quart before it was over 12 cars were wrecked, one person was dead and 12 others were injured. Arnold ran again in the 1931 and 1932 events, but was knocked out of both when his cars were wrecked while he was leading. I 1931, ARNOLD suffered a broken pelvis and his riding mechanic, Spider Matlock, received a broken collar bone. The next year Matlock got a broken pelvis while Arnold received a cracked collar bone. He raced some in France, Morocco and . England and then retired from competition, joining the Chrysler Corp. as an enginer. A week later after" the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Arnold joined the Army Air Corps as an engineer and pilot. He served with Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower as chief of maintenance for the 8th Air Force and left the service in 1945 as a one-star general. After five years as an auto dealer here, Arnold entered the lumber and construction business. Between 1950 and 1958 he developed water skis and is among the pioneers of the sort in the United States. lins added 22 last night to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 103-88 National Basketball Association victory over Chicago, the Bulls' sixth straight loss. The 76ers led 78-70 with 8:26 remaining but outscored the Bulls 12-2 in the next three minutes. Collins dished out four assists in a final period that saw the winners build up as mucs as a 20-point lead at 94-74. Bullets 116, Jazz 103 L a n d o v e r, Md. (UPI) Elvin Hayes scored 30 points and Phil Chen-ier 26 last night to lead the Washington Bullets to a 116-103 National Basketball Association victory over the New Orleans Jazz. Dave Bing. who was benched and didn't start the game, started the second half and ignited a third period explosion with 13 points and seven assists. Pistons 123, Cavs 112 'Detroit (L'PI) Bob Lanier scored 36 points last night in leading the Detroit Pistons to a surprisingly easy 123-112 victory over Cleveland, only the second loss for the Cavaliers in 11 games this season. The 123 points were the most Detroit has scored this season and the most permitted by Cleveland, which had the best defensive average in the National Basketball Association entering the game. SC89 QUART J $g99 SEAGRAM'S GAL. 7 CROWN $4 79 Fifth 29 Fifth CROWN RUSSE VODKA $099 W Quart .0 "TA 7.Qn 9 7 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR Woolly's World By W. A. POTTER "Whatava mean 'let's be PEN PALS'?" Kajah Nips Favorite Laurel, Md. (AP) - Ben Rajah charged from off the pace to defeat odds on favorite Sporting Power by two lengths in yesterday's feature at Laurel Race Course. The 3-year-old gelding ridden by Vince Bracciale ran the six furlongs in 1:10 3-5. 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Kunstler, who rest to prominence as a defense lawyer in the "Chicago 8" trial, is representing Carolyn Kelley of Elizabeth, former head of the Carter defense's fund raising committee. Kunstler said he moved to quash a subpena ordering Ms. Kelley to turn over all "contracts and agreements" relating to Carter, codefendant John Artis, boxing promoter Don King, another defense committee former execu-George Lois, .and Manhattan author Morris Alpern, who has been trying to sell Ms. Kelley's story of dealings with Carter. THE MOTION W AS FILED directly with Superior Court Judge Bruno L. Leopizzi "in order not to interfere with jury selection," Kunstler said. 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"I don't care who knows what once the jury is sequestered, but this shouldn't have happened." THE SUBPENA ORDERING Ms. Kelley to appear in court Monday with her records was obtained by Passaic County Prosecutor Burrell I. Humphreys, Kunstler said. He is a defense attorney in a Connecticut murder and wiH not be able to appear here for about two weeks. "I asked that the subpena remain intact until it is quashed," Kunstler said. "Ms. Kelley did not appear." I V -v & BIG BITE ON WINTER ROADS WITH CORDOVAN 4-PLY POLY CONVENTIONAL AND SNOW TIRE WHITEWALLS DOUBLE YOUR SAVINGS 1 SIZE I REG. EA. I 2 FOR lF.E.TAXul 878x13 28.95 A9.90 1.84 C78x13 29.95 51.90 1.98 I C78x14 30.95 51.30 2.04 E78x14 31.95 55.90 2.25 F78x14 32.95 57.90 2.39 G78x14 34.95 61.90 2.55 H78x14 37.95 67.90 2.75 G78x15 35.95 63.90 2.58 H78x15 j 38.95 69.80 2.80 CONVENTIONAL TREAD ONLY! 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Carter and Artis were serving life prison terms after being convicted of slaying three persons at the Lafayette Bar 'N Grill here in 1966. They were convicted in 1967. Tn state sought the death penalty; the jury urged life sentences. . At 'cast one other pretrial motion exists. The defense is seeking to suppress as ev idence a bullet and shotgun shell found in Carter's car after the killings. ; . Leopizzi said ha will "wrtp :up loose ends" on pretrial motions today before the jury is empaneled. 5 St mm 23 CHANNEL AM Base Station TRANSCEIVER REG. 199.99 mm mm 99 mm VALV0LINE OIL 0 SAE20 SAE3Q QUART 10W40 55c QUART ROYCE FULL FEATURE jvPfj my m STANDARD & SUPER HEAVY SHOCKS MADE BY MONROE REG. 4.98 REG. 12.95 3" ! I INDUCTIVE TIMING LIGHT ! TACHDWELL TESTER FOR PROFESSIONAL TUNE UPS AT HOME TACH DWELL TESTER TIMING LIGHT. 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