PÂ«3Â« C^-lMOEf ENOENT Â«*- Â«Â·** *""Â·Â«* By SILL EMERY A new member of the internationally famous Mer- Â·edes-Benz family of sports cars was just introduced in Switzerland at the Geneva Auto Show, Bob James, resident of Jamestown at 1550 Long Beach Blvd. an- ounced this week. Designated the 230SL, the ew model has been designed 'NEW MERCEDES-BENZ 230SL Newest member of the famous Mercedes-Benz '. sports car family is this 230SL, featuring a six.' cylinder fuel injection engine which develops ; 170 hp. Standard features include power brakes, front disc brakes and floor-mounted stick shift Removable hardtop and automatic transmission are available as optional items. US. delivery will be in about eight months. TMÂ©TÂ©R SPORTS ; Unusual Tivin Bill Slated for Ascot By KEN PIVERXETZ i IlTl be the flying motorcycles over the steeplechas jumps and the USAC midgets roaring on the new quar ter-mile track in an unusual daylight-night racing doubleheader Sunday at Ascot Park in Gardens. Racing director J. C Aga- FANFARE Janian, who is promoting both conditions at night than the events, has also disclosed that'p re ^ OUJ ,jaytinje events has he has received USAC sane-, M ^jj ^ ^ tion for r e g u l a r Saturday, . fcght midget or programs at necessary surface for better Ascot starting June 15. Ralph White of San Diego, passing on the turns. Long Beach s p o r t s car winner of the AMA's 200-mile tnver BH] Krause, who only road race Sunday atDaytonal^^y ^ h j s Indian . Beach, and Skip Van Leeu-j ^ Jtest ^ one of Mfckey wen cf Bennower, winner ol'^m pson - s n e w cars, the recent 100-lap steepkhase^ Â£ ^ ^ aMgft *Â± As ^ b ^ d * ? dd v f m Â°?ierans after saying he's going than 100 nders for the mat- L ^^ ^ ^^ Bay Auto inee two-wheeling program Sp!cial for ^ Weav er Bros, that starts at 2:30 j^m. lofRedondo Beach. Â·,, Pamelli Jones of Torrance and other top ranked drivers w i l l be making their final ** Southland appearance before! heading for Indianapolis in, "the under-the-arcs 110 Offy\WÂ£ show. Racing starts at 30 pjn. Fifty laps wfll be main event distance as tie headliner of the eight-event pro- new juarter-mile oval Â«-Â« off. Â«X A celed with divisional races at Diego the following weekJ Sports car r a c e s win run' around C a n d l e s t i c k Park MASTERS (Continued From Page C-l) 'Augusta course, often com' pared with a fickle woman, reacted warmly to the subtleties of the pitching and put ting of Wminger and Souchal [and spurned the aggressive advances of sluggers such a Palmer and Nicklaus. Wininger, 40, who stayÂ« 5^ off the tour, for three years and went Â· on an elephanl Â·anting safari to Africa las all, achieved his excellen ound through the mastery o s short game. On five holes he chippe* o within two feet or Ics ;f the hole. He missed eigl jreens but 10 of the 18 greens le one-putted, including a 25- 'ooter at the sixth, a 20-footer at the ninth and a 22 -footer at the 15th. Should p^sent better racing , z, Torres ;Lopc: Favored in Olympic Bouls Jose Lopez and Alacran Torres, two of Mexico's top hopefuls, are favored in tonight's pair of 10-round main events at Olympic Auditorium. Â·; Lopez, a 24-year-old Tijuana battler, is listed a 12-5 choice over Joe Valez of Mexico City in their bantamweight scrap while 19-year- old Torres rules as a 2-1 the one at Dodger StadiumJ Dragsters run S a t u r d a y night at Lions DS where action wfll start with qualifyingj Tbt ^ st2IS twept from 2-30 pjn-, eliminations.,..-- .._-,, in Stars Whip KernaU; Take Chapman Cup TL. tv j. t e.. . j^/._, "-Â»: JWtani" The Burbans Stars defeat-;tÂ«rx v-*-. l T3,v^, r fr.n j.-Â» Â»,, ^^Â«'Â«Â« Â«Sl"Â»r. * roadster with a soft top Â£_ -hkb, when folded down, is mates of the total distance traveled by four MG sedans n3 g ht fron " can be easily installed or re-, moved without Interference i the folded down soft op. The design of the bonnet and grille have the typical Jercedes-Benz "SL" appearÂ· acce but the similarity to the existing 190SL and 300SL ports cars ends here. * Â· a * THE BODY of the new 230SL with its 54 inch wheelbase has sleek lines and a ong, low silhouette. Maximum speeds In the Irst to fourth gears are 2-C9, 835 and 1242 respectively. The intermittent fuel in- ectioa system, found on aH other Mercedes-Benz 220SE models, differs slightly in the 230SL in that injection takes place cot in the intake mani- DonneU Culpepper it on special assignment with thÂ« Southern California Tuna Club ct lake Mead. His column win be resumed next u-eek. . '.'r.- EMERSON REACHES FINALS j their Tina] runs. Pat Ahem and Matthew Nottonson of the Nisonger Corp., representing the speedometer manufacturer, unsealed the speed ometers and certified the total mileage. B. A. Martin, Gar- 1 dena won the $2Â£00 prize; Joanne Riggs, Edwardj Air Force Base won $1,000; and Herschel Holmes. Inyokern. won $500. Mileage total was 31,645. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Top seeded Roy Emerson Australia, two-time defending champion, smashed his way Emerson had a little diffi- of but finally won 7-5, 6-X . Hard, second seed- , , into 'the semifinal round of ed among the women, defeat- the Masters Invitational Ten- ed Alice Tym of the Uniyer- nij Tournament Thursday, isity of Florida. 6O, 7-5. .;; ' See ROMEO by ALFA * * * MASTERS SCORES n Uiki Soucfcak, M-xu Bo Wlnmoer, 34-S. It Fursot. Jam Sneat 3 in Herebrt. S-3 Ceoroa law. It-It: Ctrl Haver, J Billy Maxwell Â·--Oownwa Gray. M-I7; Don Jamianr. 37-36; Diet JrtJver. 3^37; Doug Sjnden, ; AJv.t CHano. 3*3: Braca Cramcton. 3S-36; Wn tun, 3S3Â»; Dow rHuTtrwaM. 3*-2t; Jack Fleck, 34-CX a--William Hvnd- man. Â»Â·Â»: Ton LÂ«rÂ«. 37-17; Stan t-nnanS. 37-37; JÂ»d Klctlauv 7-37. Arrraitf Palmer, 33-3t; Davt Kaaan. 34-3. Cena Saraztn. 3t3t- Daa Sic. 37-37. Tommy Sal. 3a-3; Walter Burkina Told but In the intake duct in the cylinder head, pre-heated by the radiator coolant This injection system guarantees an exceptionally accurate mixture of fuel and air. A REORCULATION ban- self-adjusting steering gear provides exceptional ease ' n operation. The steering wheel Is mounted at a flatter angle thus allowing more driver comfort. A NEW sprite has joined he BMC lineup of sports cars. [he mid-year model from Austin-Healey features new interior appointments such as seat contours and floor matting to came a few. Front wheels cow have disc brakes. A new 1100 tc. engine gives greater acceleration, a higher top speed and does it without a loss of fuel economy. at GA 4-0751 3515 ATLANTIC AYE. ttÂ» I k r to* *nw * la Bagt -- rwat mot ; bflMf* la Â«kn fcr |ar Â·*Â·Â£Â«. UCC RO* no. m tÂ»KJOB in 4 the Art Chapman Trophy in California Hockey ^^.-^ f: League phyoff action Thurs- da" ni^ht at Eurbank. , ,T% eu T lau ?r of-three series, 2-0. The wia- 7 rxm. Nx 2 spot m t h e ' - , * . _ ' ,,, hv p ... at national fuel dragster ratings i be on the line when . Llrrer, al-37; PUB Roootn. ning goal was scored by Pete ^ f Coach Mlx Bcntl Jack Burka. SÂ«; Gardner Dickinson. Jr., 3140: a--Racert Gardner. 42-34; Tommy Jacob*. 37 -41: Anod lAiouat. ~"l; Jerry PiTlman. 31-40. Hank Dark of Shield. , CJA eariy mode stockers Headley was credited scored twice run Sunday at W e s t e r n ^th 52 saves for the Kemals. Speedway where racing goesjjjf.jj at 2:30prn, preceded by time trials at 1. National Midget R a c i n g selection over Juan Amador Assn. will hold another prac- (3 their flyweight co-feature. Sporting a 27-1 record. Lopez will be after his fifth Tor Bakersfield. tice session Friday eight at the new South Gate Raceway at 7-20 pjn. Regular season .straight Olympic victory. He opens April 12. has scored two knockout triumphs this year over Manuel Tarazone and Skeeter Davis. Torres, a native of Guadalajara, has 19 wins against one loss. He holds a knockout over Mexican f l y w e i g h t champ, Carlos Gomez. Brovrn Sent Down FRESNO (UPI-- The Cleveland Thursday sent infielder Larry Brown to their Jacksonville farm dub on a 24-hour recall basis. Sala, 17-a.- Art . 3?-37; a-- Rujiar* S ko. 331 DICK SCATCHARD and Frank Marshall of Import Auto, 1460 Long Beach Blvd. announced this week thai they have expanded their user) i -~ t iien car Â°P era tion because of the '-Â· " increased demand for usec Renault products and gooc used sports cars. The firm to its nearly only recently added a--Paul te jaro-m. o-v: c*ne service department Ken Venture Â«27. doubling lervice. IT, Casper. 41-3Â»; Â·-Â«lc*arÂ« Cavkl. l-ft: a--LabroB Harris. 3*-C; Bvron Prison 41-38. Jerry Barber, *7-3Â»; a--Oiarles CoacV. 94T; a--James CabrttlMn. 37-G; Bob oi!tV. 43-3*; Â»~B'tIV Jo Patnnx 4V3T; Juan RsEtfBuez, 39-41; a--Qiar!n SmHh. Juan EitraU. 3M2; T.imam Hewcgmb. W Baldlns. O-12; Cay Brewer. 3 Bin Collinj. Â»C; Jacky CuDiT. MÂ«; Oaud* Harmon. 40-42; LaLchl Ona, 39-4X a--Oavld (lair. a-n. Cemr DÂ« WItl 43-45; Can CU4. PIRELLI IMfOÂ«t Â« DOMtJTIC SPORTS CAR TIRES onnaui-Latiiv Wur CORVAIR* New Pirelli _ $22.00 Recap Plreffi Tread SI 0.95 CORVETTE* NÂ«w KrÂ«Hi _ $24.00 Recap Plreffi Tread $15.95 BH TIRE 508 W. Anaheim St.. L. B. HE 7-5180 PALMER PALMER F A B U L O U S Economy See the NEW . . '63 Models Her* Now their capacity 600-D 2-dr. sedan $1304 110O Special 4-dr. Sed $1570 1200 Spyder Roadster ..... .$2663 Palmer Motors 3300 ATLANTIC. L B. GA 4-0754 3300 VOLVO GA 4-0951 3515 ATLANTIC AYE. Â·Uard. 4ana cartf: Horton THREE Southland people were made richer at the conclusion of the MG Sports Sedan Freeway Enduro. During the past three weeks, over lifty MG Dealers in Southern California have' been accepting entry forms with esti- j^S 1*111 Xf* IS HERE ". . '. ". . . . . . . . EXKOLL NOW~ \"**Ste FLYFORFUN- $ 5 ' r O ft Â· fJptr C4erpl*Â»--f44 mpprovtJ fUjli* scloel ' AZTEC AIRCRAFT SALES XSSSRS HA 1-8431 Kid Baseball TbÂ» rest lorta teadl UKe Lnoua 'in licltf Inrouni for ttw new Senior 1 Jlvfiloa Saturtfar at I a.m. at diamond ' t Can an4 Conant Bovl 14-11 Â»an of an Bvlni H fKt \jt\r HKÂ» a-Â» I IKTIOOUCTOKT . ~*sffjest r rtLOT LOG Â»OCK . rrÂ«inrÂ» ra^mif, mtrnm Â·.Â» Â». I-KH ***Â·! .-- - - - - Â· - j ' " ^ -- ^ : ^ -- ^ Â· Â· -- - - r r ^ -- Smita, C-nÂ» tart; CÂ«iÂ« wooi 45-no Â·Â«*Â»"Â·;_ Â»!?ffi*. "T- 'KWJW.-5 AL Hockey Results Bartsmort L Hertfiey X "L Hockey Results Detroit I. CMcatn r DeiroÂ« iea te* .of leven wne*. 3-L I TorÂ«mÂ» L Kortrtal B, Tcronnj vira fcest-of seven series. 4-t. \^Tiere Was U.S. Deleation ? " The quiet valley of Planica'three-year period, was not on la the northwest corner of the list. ..Yugoslavia comes alive once The e n I a r g e d Oberstorf ,each three years. Sunday 1^0- - - - Â· (March 24) it was alive to the - - - - Itone of 45,000 people including Marshal Tita ~ The reason was the final 1961 to tie for the longest flight ever made--141 meters. Use the proper arithmetic pore than 100 meters on a pair of skis. .". Since that time jumpers lave bettered the 100-meter bark not only at Plancia but also at the other two ski- flying sites. These are Ober- /'ftort, Germany, and Kuta, 'Aostrii, where the yearly bar of Yugoslavia, tied by Peter Lesser cf East Ger many. The points in jumping are awarded half on distance, half on form, and these fel lows did not win the competition. Nevertheless t h e i r jumps were phenomenal. SUBAR was cot so lucky rrmrftrtkrn are held be- ** Plancia. Stffl ill wbc= cc= ' iweea the Plancia eventi. petitionj began, he jumped The competitions .will be anyway, suffered one of the "held next year at Obemorfjwont falls en record, and the following at Kulm, thea'was of course eliminated. at Plancia again. [ Lesser placed 10th at Plac- " This year's winners were.ica, while teammate Helmut the East Germans, wto also|Recknagel placed fourth -took the top four individual probably a disappointment of places. The U. S-, which com- sorts to him. Recknagel ha peted only once over the'been tops for several years, I J E S T 0 W N ' Fun Cars MERCEDES-BENZ All Series Immediate LOCAL DELIVERY EUROPEAN DELIVERY From June 15, 1962 Liberal Trade-in Allowances Given on Domestic Cars TRIUMPH TR-4 Spitfire-4 Sport 6 Herald i * Best Deaf Anywhere WIDEST SELECTION MG-B AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE -A- MIDGET MG Sport Sedan 50 SELECT USED IMPORT CARS AT SPECIAL FUN-T1ME SAVINGS JAMES Safes * Service * Porfs 1350 Long Beach Blvd., L.B.
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