Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 38
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 38

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
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PAGE 38 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 6.- (960 Racing Executive Dies THREE TRIPS TO MOUND BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.-UV- Benjamin F. Lindheimer, 70, executive director of the Arlington Park and Washington Park race tracks in Chicago, died Sunday after a heart attack. Lindheimer operated widely in real estate and besides his race track ventures was majority stockholder of the defunct Los Angeles Dons professional football team. by Hour, Day or Week!' Low Rates! · Pickups .* 2 Ton with hydraulic gate Nats Riled By Richards' «/ ^Harassment' Of Ramos 3 Greats IFaee Golf Playoff $252,000 ROMANCE WASHINGTON -- UPI -- Manager Cookie Lavagetto and club President Calvin Griffith of the Washington Senators today protested "harassment" of star pitcher Pedro Ramos by rival American League managers and said, "these tactics simply must stop." Lavagetto and Griffith charged the umpires with "making a farce" and "letting the game get out of hand" yesterday when Ramos was ejected by umpire Bill McKinley after a running argument with manager Paul Richards of the Orioles. Ramos was ejected in the fourth inning after joining an argument between catcher Earl Battey and McKinley. Richards held up the game three times to protest that Ramos was throwing a spitball and once almost came .to blows with the 25-year-old righthander from Pinar, Cuba. "McKinley made a farce of the game by let- ring Richards come out every minute," said Lavagetto. "I want to know under what rule a manager can walk out to the mound and inspect a rival pitcher." "The umpire let the game get out of hand," said Griffith. "Richards went out to the field three times. On one occasion, he walked to the mound and ralh'ed to Ramos, which is against the rules. He asked McKinley for Ramos 1 cap, which was given to him, and then Richards took Ramos' glove and examined that. For his part, Richards said he, too, was lodging an official protest, "because I claim Ramos three an illegal pitch for 3|/£ innings." 110 Eovt Sixth Street Rental Office Opa 7 Days a Week Bears Sign Halfback CHICAGO --UPI-The Chicago j Bears today signed Charles Bivins, a halfback from Morris Brown (Ga.) College. Bivins was the National Football League dub's seventh choice in the circuit's last draft SPORTS RESULTS | Hand-Sewn for the Priceless Look of Excellence JOHNC. 'oberts Th« Itiiur* dank beyond pt»r... tupplt, beautifully hand flnUwd ... and it kiwwt n Enjoy Hi wiprtm* comfort imUitructibl* look* . . . «t our qwfl« moderate pirk*. OPEN FRIDAY and MONDAY EVENINGS BOXING HAVANA--R«ln«ro Lep«r, 1», Cubi, outpolnttd Frank)* DailtU, IW.'i, San Ditto, Calif., 10. MANILA -- Solomon Boyuw, 135. Cleveland, outpointed Rofatrto Cruz, 154. Phlllpplnw, 10. STtUBENVlU-t, Ohio--Jim O'Cofl- nill. 114, Sttubtnvlllt, knockid out M»rt ·pewnfltld, 1», McKwiport, Pa, 10. HOME--Olullo nlnaldl, 1??/i, Italy, outpolntad Franca. 12. CAR! TRUCK SERVICE MIGHT Use Our REVOLVING CHARGE for low, easy payments S. PARK AT E. 22nd Phone MA 2-6651 BRAKES IELINED 95 FORD PLY. CHEV. OTHER AMERICAN CARS 14.95 and LABOR LININGS 1 HR. SERVICE--2S.IM MI. GUARANTEE FREE BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS FOR THE LIFE OF THE LININGS COMPLETE BRAKE INSPECT/ON, WHEEL BEARING PACK, HAKE ADJUSTMENT WESTERN BRAKE CENTERS , MEMPHIS. Tenn. - w - A dramatic playoff in the J30.000 Memphis Open today had three of golf's greats swinging for top : money--Ben Hogan, Tommy Bolt .and Gene Littler. · They made the regulation 72 \ holes over the 6,500-yard, par 34- j 36--70 Colonial Country dub I course in 7-under-par 273$ to top ' a 144-man field. It was a cliff hanger finish. Hogan, his game still shaky after a scrambling 73 that cost ;him the lead, birdied two under | pressure to come back up. The j Fort Worth hawk carded his final bird on the 18th, bringing a roar from the gallery. MAKING HJS RUN after starting the fourth round three strokes j off the pace. Bolt shook off a G«rmimi ·aiurin, iw*. j jolting hospital bulletin to make l a full steam finish with birds on Owner Fell For Expensive By Aimciated Pre* / . . A love affair is paying off for William B. MacDonald, Miami, Fla., contractor. - * "I just fell in love with her," said the owner of the Miami Marlins of the International Baseball League after watching Royal Hative c^rry his silks to a one and one-half length victory i" the J56.900 Top Flight Handicap, at Aqueduct Saturday. "It never expected to pay $252.000 but I couldn't resist her," he said. It was the highest price ever paid for a filly- 18 Phillies Fined After Twin Win PHILADELPHIA -W- After yeiterday'8 doubleheadef sweep over the Pittsburgh Pirates «gbt Philadelphia players found slips in their lockers notifying them they would be fined 125 each for reporting late · on the field for pre-game practice. Asked about the fines, Manager Gene Maiich said: "T have no comment, but if anyone was fined; I didn't fine them, they fined themselves." . GOLF MOUNT CLEMIN*. Mkh. -- Joyce 17 and 18. And Littler charged in from d«ftat*d wiffi »mith by thr.e | deep in the ranks, leapfrogging with a 72-hoi* total of IM in j 18 names on the Scoreboard with a smooth 32-32--64. The slender San Diego pro had taken a 74 on his first 18 and barely made the halfway cutoff. This fat end of the purse gives J4.300 to the winner, $3,000 for second place and $2,000 for third. Bolt, of Crystal River, Fla., was on the 16th green when notified that his wife, Mary Lou, was undergoing surgery at a hospital here. She has been ailing since the birth of a son Itst November. PHYSICIANS SATO she came through the hour-long operation in good shape. But the scheduled sudden death playoff was switched to an 18-hole round so Bolt could head for the hospital. The fourth round opened with J". C. Goosie of Knoxville, Tenn., and Baltimore's Bill Collins heading the pack. They wound up in fourth place with Bob Rosburg of Palo Alto, Calif. The split was $1,300 each. On the fourth round, Hogan was 33-35-«8, and Bolt 33-34-r7. Their tournament scores were: Hogan 66-66-73-68; Littler 74-70«-M; Bolt 72-6M5-67. th» Wolvtrini Wxntn'i Opn. TRACK BUCHAREST, Rominll -- Huull'l Clvlr* Oxollnfc b«tt»r*d h*r own worn* in'i world javalln noord with"' » ton t 1«S f«*t 2 Inchw. RACING NEW YORK. -- Koytl Nltlv. (W.JO) Mtlly won ttii IM.MO te» fll ( ht Hindi- cap it Aqueduct. CHICAGO-- Indlin Maid (W) pOft«d h«r fourth itnlght victory In Uklni th« H7,7» Itvirly Haadleip for fll- HM and mart* · at Washington Park- INQLtWOOD, Cillf. -- Llbiral Lady (W.20) WMI h*r Mvtnth straight nt« In accounting for th« 177,000 Hollywood GxprtM at Hollywood Park ai Fl*«t Naarullah ran a disappointing fourth. STANTON, D.I. -- Myitlc II (M.JOi aimed t*P wt!0ht of 121 poundi to victory In th« (14.HO Brandywlnt Turf Handicap at Otlawan Park. aOiTON-- »on§, of Win* «·.») uput th« highly rogardtd ontry of Errard King Jr. and High Buih In th« It, (UK Myln (tandiih at tulfolk Down*. 2-y«ar-oldi MacDonald purchased the 4- year-old daughter of R o y a l Charger from P. L. Grissom of Detroit last March 16. Since then she has a record of three victories and a second, all in stakes, and won $70,630 for MacDonald. ROYAL NATIVE'S over-all record for the year now shows triumphs and two seconds in nine outings. Last year, when she was the champion 3-year-old filly, she was out of the money only twice in 16 starts for earnings of $127,681. In picking up the $36,385: first money in Top Flight, Royal Native carried top weight of 126 pounds over 1 1/16 milej in the moderate time of 1:43 and, as the favorite, paid $4.90. Reginald Webster's Quill was second and C. V. Whitney's Bug Brush third. Out in California another equine miss also continued with her winning ways when Liberal Lady chalked up her seventh · straigh triumph with a surprise vjctory in the $27,000 Hollywood Express a Hollywood Park. Liberal Lady, ridden by Tuc sonian Rudy Campos, sped furlongs in 1:03 and paid $6.20 Fleet Nasrullah was the disappointment. Fourth was the best h could do as the odds-on-favorite Ferry Hurt tn Racing Accident PHOENIX -- W) -- A' Tucson driver was critically injured Sunday night when his drag racer spun out of control at 182 miles an hour and overturned eight times. Raymond Ferry, 23 a veteran drag racer, suffered possible head" injuries, fractured ribs, a. fractured right hip and a collapsed left lung. He was nearing the end of a timed quarter-mile run at'the Deer Valley drag strip when (he car suddenly skidded and flipped ove.r. Witnesses said a strong wind apparently blew the auto off course." The engine" of - the racer sailed an estimated 200 feet from the chassis. Ferry was not thrown from the car. Stakes Purse Raised CAMDEN, NJ. -- UPI -- The added value of the Garden State Stakes, world's richest horse race will be boosted from $100,000 to $125,000 for its 1961 running. Scully Joins Wife As Bowling Official ' For the second itraight yetr, the bowling -Scullys have a president in the family. Ed Scully was chosen to head the Tucson Men's Bowling Awn. yesterday at its annual .lousiness meeting. His wife, Maggie, is currently serving as president of the Tucson Women's Bowling Assn. Ed Cromley was elected first vice president, Lowell Rothschild, second; Bill Perham, third; and Forest Cheuvront, fourth. Wally Olsen will be the new treasurer. The officers will take over on Aug. 1. Elected to the board of directors were Tom Page, Don Bell, Bud Deubler, Jim Dennerly, Roy Salton, Clarence Corn, Frank Roe, Willie Kraft, George Prince, and Jim Parks. Paul Kuwahara, outgoing TMBA president, will be ·n ex-officio member. The board of director! wts In creased from si* to ten members ,The Association Mcretary am assistant secretary will- be £p- pointed when the new officers take over. · A committee hetded by Prince was appointed to study the fab of Desert Ten-Pins, local bowling newspaper published by the men's and women's associations. The project lost.approximately $1,OOC last year. Signs With Buffalo BUFFALO. N.Y. --UPI-- Gen Grabotky, middle guard for Syra cuse's national college footba champions last year, signed Sun day with the Buffalo Bills of the American League. 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