Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 27
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 27

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 17, 1967
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 27, Orioles' Epstein Ousted ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) The Rochester Red Wings have suspended first baseman Mike Epstein indefinitely, without pay after he failed to report to the International League baseball club. Morris Silver, club president, took the action Tuesday only hours after he said he had no immediate plans to suspend Epstein, who, as a Red Wing was named the Minor League Player of the Year in 1966. The Baltimore' Orioles optioned the 24-year-old slugger to Rochester, a farm club, on a 24- hour recall basis after he failed to break into the American League team's line-up. Epstein said last week he would quit baseball rather than return to the minor leagues. Silver said he hoped that Epstein would return to Rochester this year. Mike Epstein Suspended By Rochester FOREIGN OPINION Indy Prepping Overdone DO YOU REMEMBER? INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP)To world road racing champion Jack Brabham, the month-long activities leading up to the Indianapolis 500-mile race Memorial Day are "a bit of nonsense." "In Europe we just don't have this," the Australian said. "You go in for a race and in three days it's all wrapped up." Scotland's Jackie Stewart, last year's Indianapolis Rookie iif the Year, agrees. "It's just too long," Stewart said. "The racing calendar is so full there just isn't enough time to give the full month to Indianapolis." Stewart's fellow countryman, Jim Clark, has raced at Indi- anapolis since 1963. He won in 1965 and placed second last year and in 1963. "Indianapolis is a different kind of racing," Clark said. 'It's much more specialized and it's not something you can wrap up in a weekend like road racing." Brabham, visiting here to check the many cars modeled after his rear-engine chassis, said money is the big thing that draws Grand Prix drivers to the Speedway. Stewart disagrees. "Money did not bring me here," the Scot said. "For me it's something new to do--a new form of racing. I enjoyed last year and that's why I came back." Stewart said "I make enough elsewhere not to have to come to Indianapolis." "We In Europe are most concerned with the Formula One team racing," he said. "Our first commitment is to the Grand Prix competition." RECREATION ROUNDUP SOFTBALL SANTA RITA TUCSON FIRE FIGHT. 201 000 0--3 9 1 MORENO BRO. PLAST 010 001 0--^ 4 2 Arementa (W, 1-0) and Kwart; Delacruz (L, 1-1) and Santa Maria. FIRST BAPTIST ...300 050 - ? ? ? ASARCO . 001 000 -- 1 6 5 Hodseson (W, 3-0) and Manchester; Gray (L, 1-2) and Mitchell tree. JAKE'S AUTO PARTS 000 202 0-4 7 0 NAZARENE .. . 003 101 x-5 9 0 Whitthorne (L,.0-2) and Brown; Waterson, Williams (W, 1-0) and Johnson. GRANT RD. TAVERN 200 010 -- 3 2 2 STAR-CITIZEN . - 001 000 -- 1 2 1 Markahm and Krivack; Arenta and ELECTRIC UNION 001 Oil 0 1 -- 4 7 3 INTER-MOUNTAIN 001 200 00-3 2 7 Reich (W, 3-0) and Nichojast Cooper {L, 0-3) and Robles. HR -- Crane (Electric Union) . EASTSIDERS 10 (14) --IS 4 1 H E A T . . . 4 1 0 -- 5 4 2 Nowell, Sticks (3) and Daer; Wood, Bond (4) and Turner. HR -- Isaacson (Eastsiders) ^^ pARK RIPCORDS 001 212 -- 6 7 2 PIMA J.C.'S 101 200 . -- 4 7 7 . DM 01 -- 1 2 1 . _-,, -. - - . . w n _, 4 5 0 Jones and Sandvoal; Haunn and Cah- U " C. C. . BOOZERS .500 -_» ; »-^ 4s2 $k ,'^01 00 SANTA ROSA TACO BENDER ..200 01 -- 332 HAMILTON EQUIP. 0 0 2 3 1 -- 6 3 3 Montano and Escsrecea; Rosco and PLAGUE - . 3 0 1 034 LEVY'S . . . . . . . . . . 0 0 0 Up. - 1 1 8 3 -- 5 4 V ... -Romero arid Monla; Hall and Koenders. BASEBALL SANTA RITA ARIZ-SONORA 012 200 0-5 * 3 SANCHEZ TORTILLA 230 000 1--6 5 4 Rodriauez and Lizarraga; Manes and _ PIRATES ...... . 130 12 -- 7 6 0 Pierce, Duncan (4) and Robbf Encinas lSjE 0l ANGELS . . . . 100 002 0-3 5 2 SILVERBELL . . . . 300 WO x-- 7 9 5 Vega and Arafza; Yturalde and Lee. DAVIS-MONTHAN EMPIRE CATS ...000 000 0-- 0 4 1 S. R. Do-RITERS .012 000 X-- 3 5 0 Zatelum and Morraeao; Gomez and Tellez. HANDBALL Elliott Ets-Hokin and^Bill Edwards defeated Chuck Raetz- man and Warren Lynch, 21-14, 10-21, 21-12. at the Central YMCA last night to advance to t o n i g h t ' s semifinals in the Southern Arizona Open Doubles Handball Tournament. SUMMER BASKETBALL Registration deadline for the Central YMCA's Summer Basketball Leagues has been set for June 16. There will be four leagues playing again this summer -Open (men), Senior (high school varsity), Junior (high school jayvees and freshmen) and Junior High (junior high). TUCSON'S MOST COMPLETE! JACK ELLIS SPORTING GOODS 45 EAST BROADWAY '4rro* from Pot* Oli,t MA 2-2372 · MA 2-1301 When you. can't see them, you can almost feel they're in the room with a Long Distance call. Go ahead. Gall now. it's fast and easy to Dial Direct. Mountain States Telephone ROLLINGS CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH EXPANDS SERVICE FACILITY Brunswick Black Beauty Rubber Ball 15 YEARS AGO TUCSON, May 17, 1952 Pete Berwick won the boys IS-and-under division today in t h e Southwestern r e g i o n a l tennis tournament at Albuquerque. 10 YEARS AGO TUCSON, May 17, 1957 -Mike Geddes was named Sal- pointe High School's Athlete of the Year. FIVE YEARS AGO TUCSON, May 17, 1962 -- Lee Carey resigned as baseball coach at Rincon . High School to become Dean of Boys. The action came less than a week after his team won Ihe Class AA state championship. 6 mas oio. lUPORito IN BOTTU fnou CAHIDA BY HIRAM KUKIR mpoaras inc.. DETROIT, men, sa.s WOOF. BUMM CMODIAH mm Retail Price 95 '24 Fitted Drilled | SPEEDWAY BOWUNG BILLIARD SUPPLY 4756 E. Speedway (1 Block Eastoi S w a n ) A complete new service entrance is being built by Rollinj-s Chrysler Plymouth at 901 East Broadway. When con- strucJiori is finished this month, Rollings will have the largest and only complete Chrysler Plymouth service facility in Southern Arizona. Dan Lynch, Fred White, service manager, and Dave Roush (left to right) inspect plans of the service department which is being doubled in size. They are standing In front of the new five car wide service entrance, which Is now moved to the street behind Rollings Chrysler Plymouth location at 901 East Broadway. Cars can now enter from either side street, Tyndall or Park Avenue. Make sure you've got "The Best InThe House" in the house. The Canadian Clubman's Code: Rule 5. Make sure you serve Canadian Club. It's called "The Best In The House" in 87 lands. And it should be. Canadian Club has the lightness of Scotch and the 65 4/5 Qt. smooth satisfaction of Bourbon. So, practice the Canadian Clubman's Code, Rule 5: make sure you've got "The Best In The House" in the house. f xiu iicuma '··UWUE.UHKA "The Best In The House"® in 87 lands AMF Electronically Programmed Treads! THE FINEST RETttEADS MONEY C/VN BUY! PREMIUM PASS. RETREADS IS" and M" A L L S I / K S - O N K P K I O ; GLOBE'S LOW PRICE! StlBtRimC PORTAGE TRUCK TIRES I i\ STALLED IMiitf SO' FrH-Kvp.T«x anil Itrra jinalilr Kxrh. 1 5" IMus ! .01) e a c h . Whilfiile w w u l l i Plus 1 · I Highway Hcav DutvIVylon Cord Made on AMF Programmed Machines · Wrap-Around Treads HIGH PERFORMANCE "ELIMINATORS" Alii, SIZES - ONE PKICE GLOBE'S LOU PRICE 6.70-If) 6.00-16 6 PLY Plu« Fed. E*c.Tax sr/.i: INSTALLED 6.70-15 6.00-16 Pin. 75' Ked. Kxe. Tnx and Kccapp.iblr Exrh. X* hilc- snlewallsPliu l.UOearh. SUPERIOR TRACTION · LONGER WEARING FREE Shock Inspection! For Your Safety Shocks Should Be Cheeked Every 25.000 Miles. Rally Retreads · All Four Wheel Positions. · Grips On ALL Surfaces. 6.50-16 7.00-15 7.00-15 1'LY 8 Fed. Exc.Tax 2.42 2.38 2.65 2.86 3.21 AT GLOBE 15.88 15.88 19.87 22.24 26.49 Auto Aireonditioners KEEP COOL! 162 50 PLLS I N S T A L L A T I O N '. 7.1' I Y i l . K x i . l ' a \ . mid H^rappalilr K.xrli. ^ lin-»aU» I'lns S 1. This Summer Be Smart! Keep Cool With An Auto A i r - c o n d i t i o n e r . Buy Them Where You Save On Nationally Advertised Brands: Your- G L O B E A L T O CENTERS K.U.II I N S T A L L E U F R E K ' . EVERYTHING UHDIR THE SUN PRICED IOWEK GLOBE DISCOUNT CITY AUTO CENTER Stop Excessive Tii Align With BEAR K I] A R F HO \T SUSP K.\ SIO \ A L I G N F R O N T W H K E L S · SetCaslcr · Set Camber · Set Toe BRAKE INSPECTION lm*l-. Shims and Labor. MOST C A R S 5 2 5 5 E. B HO A D W H O L K S (.as S t a t i o n 7 AM to 10 PM D a i l y 9 AM lo 7 PM S u n d a y Service D e p l . 9 AM lo 0 PM D a i l y 9 AM lo 6 I'M S a t u r d a y 10 AM to 6PM Sunday NO MONEY DOWN! 24 MONTHS TO PAY! OUR PREMIUM OR REGULAR GAS AT GLOBE'S LOW PRICES- IS A MUST

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