Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 41
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Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 1, 1963
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY I, f963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 43 GREYHOUND PARK ENTRIES FIRST-J/U Mite, Oritft 7 1 King Leonard 4-t s Lemplna D-l J Thurmon io-l A Parrot Boy 17-1 3 ErnostShamr'k 8-1 7 Favorllo Sporl 9-2 X Nusho 5-2 8 Pop Duval 7-2 SECOND--j/u Mile, Grade 1. 1 Rlno Now 9-2 S Fly Fasl M 2 Illinois Tip A-l 6 Guest Book 10-1 3 Red Skip 5-S 7 O l d T e s s l e S-1 * Dakota Rlno 7-2 8 Illinois Comet 12-1 THIRD--Tucjon Courie Grid* S. 1 School Nole 7-2 5 Camlno Orlll'l 12-1 ? Bio Future 10-1 6 Rolling Llohl 8-1 3 Harberl Gal 5-2 7 Running Salnl 9-2 4 Wilt a-1 e Illinois Gold 6-1 FOURTH--J/u Mile, Grade 4. 1 PUIe Martin 8-1 s Bob Wilson 10-1 7 Master Rye J-? 6 Hop! fl.| 3 No Handle 4-1 7 Lux Prlda 12-1 4 ChamnlonSchol 7-2 8 Key Dodger 9-2 FIFTH--Tucson Course, Gride 4. 1 Tlohl Budget 10-1 JS Jan's Gift 9-2 1 Daisy Lava 8-1 A Glnoer Fame 5-2 3 R. K's Herblt 8-1 7 Vigorous Acl'n 12-1 4 Blue Flapper 6-1 8 Illinois Joker 7-2 S I X T H -- 5 / l i Mile, Gride 3. 1 Jumping Mike 7-2 5 Time Switch tn-1 2 Tipsy Dee fr-l 6 Stale Star .1-2 3 Nosey Catcrmm 9-2 7 Aussie Bun 8-1 4 Paul's Popc'n 12-1 8 Town Talker 8-1 SEVENTH--Tucson Coun», Grade 2. 1 Ample Tyson 5-2 S Slim McClaln 9-2 1 Rocklln Fair 7-2 6 Ovandn 12-1 3 Eerie Ballad 8-1 7 Sallln Bv 10-1 4 Big Executive A-1 8 Mr. FerrtU EIGHTH--5/U Mile, Grid* I. 1 Lone Johnny 9-2 S Negligible 7-2 2 Brush In 12-1 4 Tim Black 8-1 3 Hawk Taylor iO-l 7 Clrcull Prince 4-1 4 Consume 5-2 8 Cringe Leroy l-l NINTH--I/Id Mil*, Grid* 2. Sugar Male 7-2 5 Ruper A-1 2 Jay Heberl 8-1 A Perfect Lucy 5-1 3 Madcap Caper 10-1 7 Mary Calchum 9-2 4 Trail 6-1 8 Bingo Kino 5-2 TENTH--Tocjon Courie, Gr*de ?. 1 Ada's Fancy 5-2 i Dun McCoy A-1 7 IncredlbleLu'k 10-1 A Broadway D'n 7-2 3 Solace 5-1 7 Keep First 8-1 4 Smooth Swirl 4-1 8 One Of Ours 9-2 TRACKMAN'S SELECTIONS FIRST--Kins Leonard, Nusho, Favorite Snort. SECOND--Red Skip, Guest Book Illinois Comet. THIRD--Harberl Gal, Illinois Gold, Big Future. FOURTH -- Master R y e , No Handle, Champion Scholar. FIFTH -- Blue Flapper, Daisy Lava, Ginger Fame. SIXTH -- Jumping Mike, Aussie Bub, Stale Star. SEVENTH--Ample Tyson, Rocklln Fair, Eerie Ballad. EIGHTH -- Consume, Negligible, Lone Johnny. NINTH--Bingo King, Suaar Male. Jay Hcbert. TENTH--Ada's Fancy, Broadway Dawn, One of Ours, BEST BET--loth Racfl, Ada'» Fancy. BEST OUINELt-A--etl) Race Consume, Negligible. Birds, Chisox Stake Trade Values CHICAGO -- (/Pi-- Baseball's biggest two-team player deal of last winter goes on full display tonight when the Baltimore Orioles invade Chicago for a twi- night doubleheader with the White Sox. This first meeting of the season finds both clubs satisfied with the swap in which the Sox sent shortstop Luis Aparicio and outfielder Al Smith to Balti- more for shortstop Ron Hansen, third baseman Pete Ward, outfielder Dave Nicholson and pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm. However, on the basis of averages so far this season the Orioles got a little more than they bargained for and the Sox might have been "took" if it were not for the brilliant work of Wilhelm. Aparicio, one of the fin- est fielders in baseball, and Smith are among the batting leaders in the American League. Little Luis is romping along with a .343 mark and Smith is carrying a .'344 average which includes four home runs. Small w o n d e r Oriole Manager Billy Hitchcock is smacking his lips. Aparicio's lofty average is a lot of frosting because Luis also has led the league in stolen bases all seven of his years in the big show. What about the White Sox? They're happy w i t h the deal. Neither Ward, Hansen nor Nicholson are burning up the league w i t h their bats, but Wilhelm has been tremendous, permitting o n e e a r n e d r u n i n 18% innings for a 0.48 earned run average. Ward is batting .226, Hansen .196 and Nicholson .163. That's not saying much for men who have been p l a y i n g regularly. Nevertheless, W a r d h a s won two games with timely hits. He could solve the Sox third base problem for years to come. Hansen has been brilliant at short, having made o n l y o n e e r r o r i n 7 7 chances. As for hitting, the S o x a r e s u r e he'll g e t around lo producing his share. SPORTS RESULTS TRACK , MONROE, Li--John Pennel of Norm- east Louisiana State, regained the world pole vault record with a 16 foot. 6 3 i-lnch leap at a dual track meet. SAO PAULO, Braill-The United S t a t e s collected foyr more gold medals it thp Pan-American games, raising its lota! lo £?. RACING LOUISVILLE--Bonlour, «.«, won Ih3 Kentucky Derby Trial at Churchill Down Irom seven other Derby elisibles. L A U R E L , Mtf. - Kit C o f f e e and May- blossom combined for SM67.20 daily double at Laurel, where S t a f f Chief, S39, won the feature. CHICAGO--Liltle Everett came trom last place for a half-length victory at Sportsman's Park, paying H.JO. NEW YORK--The Ibex, J4. won the Commancbe Purse at Aqueduct In it fag so thick it was Impossible lo determine tho lender until the stretch. BOSTON -- Card Shark won Suffolk Downs' Wareham Purse and paid (4.40. CHERRY HILL, N. J.-Orailo, JV40, won Ihe Garden Slain feature by two lengths. SAN MATED, Calif.-Interlocutor, 14.40, took the City of Stockton Purs« at Day Meadows by more lh«n Iwo lengths, YONKERS, N. Y.-DlcX Byrd, $15.99, showed a liking for it sloppy Yonkern Raceway track and captured $3,750 Bedford Pace. BOXING HOUSTON, Te«. -- Tod Herring, JO.V/4, Houslon, outpointed Sonny Moore, W, Dallas, 12. NEW YORK--Floyd McCoy, 179, Ney» York, and Lew Moses, 181, New York,, drew, 8. SPORTS CALENDAR Consume Defends Fine Record Here The final week of racing for the spring season gets under way tonight at Tucson Greyhound Park, with 10 events scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. The featured eighth race finds the Huron kennel's Consume returning to try and protect an almost perfect e a s o n a 1 record of having tarled 22 times and finishing n the money in 21 of them. The fleet Consume has cap- urecl four of his last five tarts and is capable of running and w i n n i n g from any position. Competition in the feature s termed tough, with the W. R. Wells entry of Brush In, a 3-race w i n n e r , and Lone Johnny, with 30 money re- urns in 44 starts, together vilh Tim Black and Circuit 5 rince, winners of their last -aces. Master Kara, who is cnown for his early speed, Hawk Taylor, and one of last ·m«- r\ « i | spring's stars, Negligible, corn- May Jtmild p ]eLe the Field - · The last h a l f of tonight's ig "Q", the 10th race, is set tor Grade 1 routers, with Ada's Fancy in the one box and Incredible Luck, breaking from the two position, listed as morning l i n e first and sec- TONIGHT 8 P.M.--Greyhound racing at Greyhound Park. TOMORROW 8:30 A.M.--Women's golf at Randolph Municipal Course. 8 P.M.--Greyhound racing at Greyhound Park. Railroad Build PHILADELPHIA -- (/P) Mayor James H. J. Tale says he is hopeful an announcement will be made shortly about proposals of the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Madison Square Garden Corp. to build a new stadium here. The owners of the Philadelphia Phillies have sold Connie Mack stadium, and will need a new home in a year or two when it is razed. The city, so far, has been unable to move ahead with its own plans to build a new stadium because of opposition by various groups. Recently, the mayor confirmed that the railroad and the New York corporation were going over proposals to build a sports facility near the railroad's 30th street station. Yesterday Tate said he was delighted with negotiations so f a r , hut that, it was still too early to m a k e a n y announcements. ond choices. IP 3 ?? AUTO REFRIG. from i J u limited slock Installed Guaranteed AMERICAN AUTO PARTS REFRIGERATION 5»S E. Speedway M6-5J12 CAMPERS ATTENTION!! Mr. Robinson Mr. Toy/or D/recfors of CATAtlNA ISLAND BOYS' CAMP Will be In Tucson Thursday, May 2 for Interviews and information pertaining to boys' camp. Please Telephone MA 4-8541 ! HORSE \ ! RACING 1 %··················£ Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds Sonoihi, Arizonn Conducted by: Arizona State Racing Commission--Sponsored by Santa Cm/. County \ Fair Rodeo Ass'n. 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