Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 12, 1959 · Page 30
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 30

Phoenix, Arizona
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Tuesday, May 12, 1959
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REPUBLIC BULLDOG Pac 30. .The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona. Tuesday, May 12, 1959 By W.alt Ditzen Royal Orbit Wins Preakness Prep Fan Fare REPUBLIC MAIL Fair Racing Pact Signed A contract for statins automobile races at the state' Fairground and a 29-day commercial horse racing meet were agreed on yesterday by the Arizw State Fair Commission. v Gt'orie F. Husk v. in charge of Phoenix Auto Racing Enterprises, was awarded the auto contract for the W5"-W) fiscal year. Three bids for auto-racing privileges were Opened at a Feb. 10 meeting of the commission, but the decision was delayed to allow for further studies. Husky has held the contract for the past two years.; The horse race meet will have approximately the same dates as last fa)!, with an operator , to be named later. The commercial meet would opfTi Nov. 13 and race on Wednes-j days. Fridays, Saturdays and' BALTIMORE (AP) Weeb Ew-Si-ndays through Dec. 30, with bank coach of the Nationa Footj Chr.srmas day e.i cored. Two .... . , . Thursday would also he utilized ba!1 League charaP10n Ba,Umoro -Thanksgiving Day and Christ- Colts- was 8iven the "Sportsman; rnas Eve. " of the Year" award last night by Applications for these dates will the Baltimore Sports Reporters be submitted to the Arizona Rac-!Associa;ion. 1 ing Commission, which rreetsi next Monday to set dates for the Ewbank has been coach of the' state's commercial meetings. j Colts since 1954. Patterson Assured Minimum Mauler 2nd; Dancer On Sidelines 420,000 For Title Defense NEW YORK (AP) Floyd Patterson is assured a minimum $420,000 for defending his heavyweight championship against lngemar Johansson at Yankee Stadium June 25. The Swedish challenger will get at lpast $160,000. These totals were arrived at yesterday with the announcement by promoter Bill Rosens'thn that the auxiliary rights, including theater television, radio, and motion pictures, had been sold to Teleprompter Corporation for a minimum of $300,000. There will be no home teievision. Patterson, as champion, will receive 40 per cent, and Johansson 20 per cent. Patterson already had been guaeinteed a minimum of $300,000 and Johansson $100,000 of the gate receipts. Irving B. Kahn, Teleprompter president, said the closed circuit TV would be piped into 200 or more locations, with a total of more than 500,000 seats available. The record for such a telecast was set for the second Ray Robinson-Carmen Basilio middleweight championship fight March 23, 1938, when nearly 400,000 spectators viewed the fight In 174 locations, with receipts of $1,400,000. Award Goes To Ewbank Windhorn Heads Back To Denver Halimi KOs Asuncion j BALTIMORE (AP)-Royal Or bit uncorked one of his patented drives in the stretch yesterday and polished, off five potential ' preakness rivals with a half- length victory in the Preakness Prep. Jockey Willie Harmatz, who steered Mrs. Halina Braunstein's colt to a fast-closing fourth in the Kentucky Derby May 2, again brought him from far off the pace and overtook Emil Dolce's Manassa Mauler in the chase down Pimlico's newly lengthened stretch. ImiSS "" mm ' jQJSl Two lengths back came King j Ranch's Black Hills, followed by PARIS (AP) Alphonse Halimi, .Lester G. Robinson's Marauder, France's world batamweight who faded after opening up a DL.w bR (Af ) outfielder champion, stopped Al Asuncion of j five-length lead at one time along uoruon wmunurn i Mdiea iu .e- tne Philippines last night in 2:30 the backstretch turn to uenver wnere ne won ;o the fifth round of their sched-the American Association' bat- upA nn.titip in.rmmHpr t the Palais De Sports. ting title season. with the Boars last fin$tom Champion t g95 Whitewall Siit 6.70-15, Tubed Type, Plus Tax and Recappablt Tin All tires installed FREE by our experts. Windhorn. 25-year-old Phoenix product', hit .328 with the Bears last year and was named top rookie at the New York Yankee spring training camp this year. The Yankees sent him to Richmond of the International League but Denver general manager Bob Howsam said Monday his contract was being transferred to Denver. ' It was a tuneup for Halimi's title defense against Jose Becerra of Mexico at Los Angeles July 8 Optioned Outfielder Yearns For Home Ben Hatskin's Master Palynch and the second half of the King Ranch entry, Call the Witness, brought up the rear in the six-horse field. It was the last boxing show for! yw ' th. famH Port.!,- ,..t,;,h that RyaI 0nbt fnghtened off is being torn down. ' m,e",be ,of ; Halimi dominated the fight from Saturdays $150,000 - added the start and ended it when hepreaKness . sent Asuncion to the floor-for a If the enire delegation shows six-count in the fifth w;th a right up Saturday, bout a dozen can to the head. be expected to start the big race, j The Philippine fighter, battered makin8 .worfh fme V?1,009" :and groggy, rose to his . feet, j1 ncneK m ine wona ' j ' Asuncion moved forward as if he j Brookmeade's Sword Dancer, j wanted to continue, but referee j the probable Preakness choice be-Pierre Schemann pushed him back' cuase of his second by a nose to ;to his corner, then stopped the the now-absent Tomy Lee in the ! fight. Court OKs Arkansas Dog Track LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP)-The' Arkansas Supreme Court yester day cleared the way for grey-1 hound racing at Hot Springs. State law requires that any dog track be approved by residents of the county involved at a local op-1 tion election. ! The question before the court was whether the majority by which the dog track proposal carried in Garland County (Hot Springs) last year was sufficient under the law. ' Four justices said it was, two dissented and the seventh did not participate. Milan S. Creighton, president of the Hot Springs Kennel Club, said construction of a $1,300,000 greyhound racing plant may start by July 1. The track could operate a max-' imum of 100 days a year. Arkansas now has one dog track at West Memphis. Norbury Wins Golf Title PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) - Don Norbury, 21-year-old University of Pennsylvania junior, won the 25th annual Eastern Intercollegiate golf championship yesterday. He beat Mike Phillips of Yale 3 and 2 in the 18-hoIe final match over the Springdale Golf Club course. SALESMAN WANTED A SALES CAREER 1. With Futur Security and Prstig, 2. With Ne Ceiling en Earnings, 3. With highly Specieliied Training. 4. With Guerented Incem up to $5,000 while training. 5. With a Future in Management if qualified. JO THIS MAN 1. Between 25 and 40. 2. Good education background and successful business experience. 3. Resident of Arixona for . one year er more. . 4. Willing and able to undergo intensive training . . program. Selection will be made en a competitive besis for one ef the most prominent financial institutions on the continent. If you feel you can qualify, submit application, including full details of experience, education, address and telephone number to: lox 22-YK, Republic ft Gaiette. j KANSAS CITY (AP)-Zeke Bella, Kansas City outfielder who has been optioned to Shreveport of the Southern Association, said, Monday he is thinking of going home to Byram, Conn., instead.. "J feel I deserved a better! break than I got," Bella said.' '59 FORD tSove $250 NOW BIG VACATION SALE Read Mullein Ford 28 E. Vui Bnrrn Eli, Harvard Slated 1-2 NEW YORK (AP-Yale and Harvard, the only major unbeaten Eastern powers, were seeded one-two yesterday for the Eastern College Sprint Rowing Championships at Lake Carnegie Saturday. Derby, sat this one out. Besides Sword Dancer and the prep contenders, those already on the grounds include Elkcam Stable's Open View, eighth In Kentucky; . Anthony. Imbesi's Rico Tesio, who was 10th; Ce-King, who ran 11th; and Robert S. Lytle's Sundown II, a non-Derby starter. The defeat did not discourage the handlers of Manassa Mauler, who was claimed only last No ll: Officials rated both eight-oared vember by Dulce for $12,500 and mm BERATED VOLVO '5f TEST DRIVE ONE OF OUR REFRIGERATED DEMONSTRATORS We still have a few NEW YOLVOS from our last ship-ment. We will not receive another shipment until June. Make your choice now. crews equal out tne tiis were given the nod in the seedings because they are the d e f e n d i n g champions in the 2,000 meters (mile, 427 yards) race at Prince ton, N.J Syracuse was seeded third and Pennsylvania fourth. In all 13 ; crews will battle for varsity honors, and 12 each for the freshman and junior varsity titles. The first two varsity crews, and possibly all four finalists, may be entered in the eight-oared trials for the Pan-American team. then won the Wood Memorial in April from First Landing. The bargain colt carried 120 pounds, eieht more than Royal Orbit. In the mile and three sixteenths, all will carry 126. JC Tourney Invites PC The Phoenix College Bears, with more than 30 victories on their record, pushed their way yesterday into the National Jun ior Colleg3 Tournament May 21-23 at Grand Junction, Colo. The Bears, coached by Steve Carson, were invited to fill a vacancy left when Mesa Junior College of Grand Junction automatically eligible as host team won the Colorado state title. The Phoenix College faculty athletic committee must approve funds for the trip. 1959 SUNBEAM Factory Refrigerated sports car zoom . . . family car room! 1959 HILLMAN PRICES START J1795 Avkll&hlr with FACTORY REFRIGERATION. Real uu.ifli mi bfiirr man ju mur per raii'm CimiplFtc nrlrctinn. BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE ARIZONA AUTO IMPORTS, Inc. Arizona's LARGEST Imported Car Dealer AUTHORIZED VOLVO-HILLMAN-SUNBEAM DEALER 338 North 16th St. OPEN SUNDAY AL 3-3250 Adios Judge Wins Feature At Yonkers YONKERS, N.Y. (AP)-Adios Judge, driven by Robert Myer, was in front wire to wire to win last night's feature 3,500 Class A pace at Yonkers Raceway. Gay Dancer was second and the time for the mile was 2:03 25. The 5- year-old horse by Adios, owned by R. C. Carpenter of Chester, N.Y., returned $11.10. Scotch Tape, the 9-10 favorite, finished a badly beaten third. QUESTION ...... " 1 What do SERVICE MANAGERS recommend? j ANSWER H A MOTOR TUNE UP hr qud sfarti and smooth performance. . ' prevacatIon I TUN! UP-.i AUTO GLASS FOREIGN CARS A SPECIALTY ft W. P. FULLER & CO. 141 B. JackKoa 1201 E. Camelbaclc lit E. Mln Me LUBE JOB For Ford Owners on O PLUS PARTS MADISON FORD 525 JUENTML-AffiAL 4-8451 f special hi Ying & Yang Wins SAN BRUNO, Calif. (AP) - Ying and Yang held off longshot Gigantic in the final strides yes- terday and won the $22,500 spring handicap closing Tanforan's rac ing season. Gaelic Gold was third. Ridden by Ray York, the 4-year-old son of Basileus II took command at the head of the stretch and beat out the 35-to-l Gigantic by a head. Time for the 1116 mile was 1:43. The largest weekday gathering in Tanforan history, 11,896, was on hand for the nine-race windup of the 55-day season. I The field of 15 horses made it necessary to use two gates. There were four late scratches. Ying and Yang was claimed for a record $27,500 at Santa Anita last winter. In Chinese, his name means male and female. He returned $7.20, $4.70, $3.90. Gigantic paid $31.80 and $15.70; Gaelic Gold, $5.30. The day's mutuel handle totaled $982,391. Total for the meeting was $36,434,563, about $2 million less than the comparable 55-day season in 1956. Attendance to taled 528.486 for-an average of 9,609. In 1956, attendance totaled 538,814.., Barroco By Nose , BOSTON (AP) - Phil Utman'J Barroco emerged a nose winner in the featured $3,200 Winchester Purse at Suffolk Downs yester day before 11,126 racing fans. Barroco gained the narrowest of margins over Bay Berry Farm's Double Oid to deprive jockey Norman Mercier of his third big winner of the day. Mclvor Prickett's Motor Line was third in the mile and a six teenth test, Just a neck behind the first two. Time was,. 1.45. HERBERT ELECTED SEATTLE (AP) Howard D. 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