Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1963 · Page 50
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·^ a»«s* CM--INDEPENDENT ·· Un tMdh Cut. man. Mrt I. I !i HONOR MTSCHKE NEW YORK (UFn-Cret Bay Packer lisetacfcrr R»y ! Nitscbte His presented with a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette by Sport j Migizise Thursday for being voted the outstanding player In the National Foot ball League championship ' last year. (FOR MARINERS) YOUR MERCURY DEALER CAN LAUNCH YOU NOW Don't Tnfc* the fan on the water. Your Mercury Outboard Dealer can help UJBCJJ you into boat- fcj at a low cost. . · Let fr'^ thow you tome Land* tonie Mercury-poi-ered boils. .The 1963 Mercs htv* been tested over one million miles i1 LAKE X, Florida... for economy, endcnnce, speed, tad de- pendiKEty. There 1 ! 6 to IOC Horsepower in 2, 4, and 6-cyl- icder m-Eae twines. . . v The rnijity Mere 1000 l«di the Meld.. ·. vorM'i most powerful cntboird. It has 100 Ip, but VKfhs zu more than tp outboanis. There'i tie 85 hp Mere S50 and the iH-tev Mere 650... 65 hp. tie most powerful 4 cylinder outboard ever built by Mercery. Mmy of itj parti are interciiaitjeable -with the Here 1000. See the new 50 lp Mere 500 and Mercury*! new t«in-CTttcder Mere S50 ... the latest 35 Ip outboard ever buflt. These, alonj with Merc'i three fisHrj motors, pve you tie widest risje of horsepo-xer tver offered in outboardi. Start year own PROJECT MERCURY. Your Mercury dealer viQ help launch you into boaticz and yoall [et mort RUN for yuar money. IC1B5.ES.513S.71 O oti HOUKI cut. · ft Iran. l SPORTS SHORTS "John. I think vre ought o bet some money on that football game." That, according to a previously undisclosed docu- aent obtained Thursday by ITPI, was the comment George Burnett made to an issociate after allegedly searing the conversation between WaEy Butts and Paul (Bear) Bryant. The "John" to whom Burnett was speaking when he suggested betting on the 1962 Georgia·- Alabama game was Joha CarmlchaeL PITT*SB*URG!TS c»y Council has offered to build the much-disputed new stadium for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Pirates, easing the threat of the clubs' shifting their franchises. COLISEUM Commission has turned down a proposal that would ban all pro boxing in Memorial Coliseum or the Sports Arena until the state could adopt strong'er safety ring measures. lilATCHH\KER* George Parnassus of the Olympic Boxing- Club has offered lightweignt champ Carlos prtii $65,000 to defend his title in Los Angeles against feather, champ Sugar Ramos this summer. GUINEVERE, owned and skippered by George Mof- fttt, is the official winner of the -Miami to Montego ·Bay.yacht race with the corrected time of five days, three hours and 54 minutes for the 844-mile race. ; BUD WERNER s p e d down 8,440-foot Mt AI- yeska in Alaska in 123.4 seconds; nearly 15 seconds ahead of his nearest competitor in the national alpine ski event. . LUIS ARROYO Lower ERA to 0.69 DAVE NICHOLSON Drives la 5 Rons NICHOLSON HOT Castoif Sparkles Again for Chisox Dave Nicholson, acquired in an off-season trade, KALEVE, ROBINSON BATTING CHOICES ;, NEW YORK CUPI) -- Out-iwas Mickey Mantle of thej average, 39 homers and 136| Second choice in the M. lelders Al Kalice of the Yankees, who in 1962 batted, runs batted in. He was pickedVas Willie Mays of th« 'saa troit Tigers and Frank .321 and won his third most as the NTs 1963 batting Fran/Sea, Giants, who «· Robinson of the CindnraU valuable pU}^ award. Brook? champion by 10 of the 24., "~"7 ^ TM J *" Reds are the selectioiis oflRobinson of tie Eiltimore'experts. l"* choice cf five er P e ? ts - ie United Press International,Orioles and Tom Tresh of the ' · ·-· board of baseball experts to Yankees received .one vote win the 1963 major leaguejeach from the board. batting titles. Robinson has never won At the same time, the 24'a batting championship *1- writers and broadcasters whojthough he has been one of have viewed the teams in! the most consistent .300 hit- action thfc spring, selected.ters ia h»«rfaH. The 27-year- Camflo Pascual of the Minne-fold star from Beaumont, Tex, sota Twins, Ralph Terry of'enjoyed the best season of his the New York Yankees and career ia 1962 with a .342 Steve Barber of the ftaitiTn/wj; Orioles as the American League's most likely 20-game[ winners and Sandy Koufaxl and Don Drysdale of the Los' Angeles Dodgers as the Na-j tional League's most likely 20-game winners. J KAUXE, who" became thej youngest big league batting, champion in history when he' won the crown in 1955 before! he was 21 years old, was selected by 12 of the 24 ex-| perts as this year's AL The 6-foot, 2-inch, 180-pound native of Baltimore, Md, continued his torrid hitting Thursday, driving in five batted .304 in 100 games last tins as the Chicago White Sox whipped Cincinnati 9-5 season. He missed almost 40 in the opener of a four-game exhibition series that will percent of the season becauss take both teams up to their regular season curtain-! raisers. N i c h o l s o n , a $100,000 jonus baby who came to the * * * STANDINGS Bam men . h»o*!s : Cleveland ,, causal Cly 5«trntt, ' JLMEKtUN LEACUE ii i_ ret Houston New York . u.lwaukn . PittsSurs* . St. Lou!* « .. .. ffi i! !i::: T4 11 JAO IS 12 -SJ4 U U M1 11 14 MQ " IS -C23 a 5? jce afffanci-- ,in ranc jgjj^jntSSTli Onctnnafi vi. Chicago (Al at Lrnc- buro. ft.ttlOr'Mt n. K« Ygrt (Al at Fort Liirterdaii. Mietif. Houston Catit Only Bamrs · Authorized MERCURY Dealer . ·ALUMA CRAFT . Boats : · Marine Repairs GE 8-9737 KING-0- SPORTS § 2708 E. 10(h SL Long Btoci · w 1 . . . See/em NOW at the OLDEST · MERCURY DEALER rt. YOUNGEST NEWEST BOATING IDEAS 9-9 Daily - Sao. 10-5 CATALINA SPORTING GOODS ·uqiar!*r« tor IIITIII . I917III 6500 Lone Beach BI, a Hi Ian* Of Artala IM IMI GA 2-9U7--NE £.f089 THUNDERBIRDS IIATTLE DEVILS A real scoring battle ii In the makings at the LJ. Arena tonight when the LA. Tbunderbirds host the Detroit D e v i l s In a National Skating Derby game. Wannups start at 7:43. T-Eird c a p t a i n Ralphy VaOadires, the s m a l l e s t man ever to compete in the NRL, will challenge Detroit's leader, Gerry Rapp, in a battle for the loop's scoring crown. In their last meeting, Rapp won, 34-23. Jofre Defends Bantam Title on KO in Third TOKYO (UPI)--Eder Jofre of Brazil recovered from a slow start to score a startling third-round knockout over Kats-Jtoshj Aoki of Japan Thursday night and successfully defend his world ban tamweight championship. The partisan crowd of 10, 000 at the Kurame Sumo Arena was silenced by the shock of the sudden finis! when a vicious left hook by Jofre sent the challenge down for the fuU count at 2:12 of the third round. White Sox from Baltimore, slammed a two-run single, a two-run double and a solo homer in the pre-season test at Macon, Ga. Pete Ward, acquired in the trade with Nicholson, also homered for Chicago- Ray Herbert went five innings in his final prep for the White Sox* opener at Detroit Tuesday, yielding only four hits. The Reds, who traditionally get a one-day jump on the rest of the National eague, open at home Monlay against Pittsburgh. « · · · WHILE Herbert p i t c h e d ;trongly, two curlers on the comeback trail--Milwaukee's Burdette and Lais AT royo of the New York Yan- :ees--also continued to im- ress. Burdette, Hank Fischer and 'rank Funk combined for a three-hitter as the Braves selted Philadelphia' 9-2 at iVest Palm Beach, while Arroyo, Jim Bouton and Hal teniff teamed for » four-hit, l-O triumph over the Pirates at Fort Lauderdale. Ia other Florida games, De- Oit edged the New York Wets 3-2 in 10 innings a Lakeland, Washington nippe Baltimore 4-3 at Miami, St Louis blasted Minnestota 12 3 at St. Petersburg and Cleveland thumped San Francisco 11-7 at Modesto. Burdette pitched four innings and gave up a two-run boner to Wes Covington, bu otherwise was effective wha bringing his earned run av erage to 0.67 for 35 innings. Arroyo pitched scoreles ban for two innings, reduc ing his earned run average t 0.69 in 13 innings. EXHIBITION BASEBALL -^S 1 ®.** f a shoulder injury. The No. 2 choice in the AL 1 HARNESS RACING SANTA ANITA Now thru April 8th first of 9 Races 1:30 P.AI. Toes, thru Sat. DAILY DOUBLE dwartfi. Favlvtlcft t .. . .JuxtialL HR--WeSioittn, fore in 35 bouts, had startedj' : 'j^ art , aggressively and was " "" ,, ~ on points when he was count-[ fc ed out by referee Antonio Z.I B ZiraveUo of Brazil. , fg m loutffnL How to keep a tire brand-new for thousands of miles! La« ^ZZZT«o.iaafi-ni* 3 ·anea. ]ull»an Ii). Laito T, Co* tn (II ana »«tlift; SadKkt. Taylor _ a s a t - ! « » ^=-~lSlf~f***t'- i. fox ftm antf. «. K«--IMA. i s» m Ot K ot* w, frrjtraxr m tra w, itbcrt to. Kii^r en i. W--w*avrr. L--Sarttori *. fn rancona. H«eV YOU'RE INVHEDl HOLLYWOOD PAR! 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