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..r.. ; f Sports Voice FromBelAir: Wilt Needs a Raise' From Our Wire Service ' Last week the Los Angeles Lakers announced the signing of .Jerry West fo two more years at a reported salary of $600,000. Monday there was a rumbling heard from the top of a mountain in Bel Air where Wilt Chamberlain lives in a new, $1.5 million mansion. "Wilt deserves a raise," said his attorney, Seymour Goldberg. "His popularity has oever been greater. Wilt would rather play basketball, but he doesn't have to do it for a Lving, especially if he's in an unhappy atmosphere." The 36-year-old Chamberlain's contract is not up and Pete Newell, the Lakers' new general manager, said "It has been the policy of the Lakers not to renegotiate contracts." (Ml S30 But Wilt has had to live on the same salary (about $250,000 a year) since he got to Los Angeles. "Wilt hasn't had a raise since he got to the Lakers and we certainly think he's entitled to one," said Goldberg. . . . Walter Bush of Minneapolis, president of National Hockey League North Stars, confirmed speaking to American liAsketball Association officials about putting team into Metropolitan Sports Center in Bloomington. Patriots Cut 9 Linebacker Pete Barnes and guard Walt Sweeney arrived in Chargers' carrp, still without contracts and also without $1,050 in fines, asi essed by Coach Harland Svare ($130 a day for seven days) . . . Patriots cut nine, including wide receiver: Eric Crab tree, tight end Roland Moss and cornerback Randy Beverly . . . Lions received permission to hold No. 1 draft choice Herb Orvis out of College All-Star game when neutral physician confirmed 6-5, 240-pound de-fern ive end does, indeed, have cracked bone in right ankle . . . Falcons cut No. 7 draft choice Lance Moon . . . Chuck Hixson, traded by Kansas City Chiefs to Buffalo, decided not to shuffle off, retired instead ... Poll by Football News show's 80 percent favor NFL adoption of two-point conversion for extra points, 75 percent feel mandatory purchase of exhibition game tickets is unfair. Asked who had done most for pro football, 45 percent said they could name no one. Pete Roz-elle got 29 percent. George Halas nine and Joe Namath two. 'No Part of Champ OTHER SCENES: Yank Durham, manager of Joe Frazier, commenting on report that he didn't want to give George Foreman shot at title: "That pipsqueak Sadler (Di:k Sadler, Foreman's manager) told me to my face he wanted no part of the champion." Duiham on reports that World Boxing Council wants Frazier to defend or vacate: "Let them find a contender and Frazier will fight. Maybe the can induce Foreman to step forward. He's one of the top WBC challengers." . . . Royce N. Flippin, 38, will succeed Ken Fairman as Princeton athletic director. Ruane, Stacey d'Ette To Go After Cotillion By RUSS HARRIS Of The Inquirer Staff Jockey John Rjane, who rode North Sea to a wire-to-wire victory in Saturday's Minuteman Hand cap, will return to ride tcp-weighted Stacey d'Ette in Saturday's $50,000 added Cotil.ion Handicap. Stacey d'Ette, cwned and trained by former jockey Dave Erb, scored her most notable success as the 10-to-l upset winner over Numbered Account in the seven-furlong Comely Stakes last May 3 at Aqueduct. A daughsr of Pago Pago, Stacey d'Ere was assigned 120 pounds for the Cotillion at 1 1-16 miles. Susan's Girl, who won the Villager Stakes last Thanksgiving Day at Liberty Bell to launch a streak of seven consecutive stakes triumphs, actually was handed high weight bf 125 pounds but is not expected to start. SUMMER GUEST, Light Hearted and Wanda, all candidates for the 3-yerr-old filly championship, were nomi- :Atlantic City Results "1ST 41,300. 1 ml. Atachamp (Lohmeyer) Meteor Chief (Gagliardi) 3.80 3.00 3.20 4.60 3.00 4.40 Off 8:01. Time 2:07.15. ' Sampson Knisht, Globe's Jewe Afton Coibv, Armbro Inferno, a so started. Scracthed Tandy's Joy. 2D-Pace. Purse $1,300. One mile. Vic Jolly (A. Smith) -3.80 18.40 8.00 Dublin Maid (J.Coard) 3.80 3.00 Swallaby (J. DekovitcM Time-2:06 15. Off-8:22-Montage N., Golden Satin, Scotch Pace, GvPsy Hill Boy, Blue Painters, also S-aDAl'LY DOUBLE (2-5) PAID $111.40 3RD Purse. $1,400. Pace. O ie rv.ile: NiMTlB. Stafford) 3 80 4.20 2.20 Eddy Jeff (E. Lohmeyer Jr.) 8.40 3.60 J. Dominion (J. Marks) 'u "It'an'i?,55 Ea 'b. Cee Dee Byrd, Conestoga Louis also ' s,ar,,f-,.., c Scratched: Prince Wauro, William F. cvtrTt fA-4) PAID $W 40 rtuTmi Pnr;e $1,400. One mile Keystone Gallet (Gagliardi) 4.80 3.80 Searma Hanover (S. Bayle s) 15.20 Nardin's Trader (R. Caroslli) 3.20 9.60 5.40 .Time 2 06 15. utt r:'o. Ten Gaiion, Floodlight, Nile, Argo Ayres, Vah Reed, also started. iTUPar. Purse $2,100. One mile TmBlue N. (Gagliardi) . 4.80 5.0 Keystone 0"Brien (R. Howard) 4.00 Star Comolex (R. Muntz) Time-2:03. Off-9:29 4.20 3.60 4.40 Hot Rod Lita, Cherry snaae, aisa cu. 6TH Pace. Purse $1,600. One mile. Pine Hill King (F.Jaeaer) 3 80 2.80 2.80 Olivia Snow Ball (Gagliarci) 6.00 4.00 Buck Creed (R. Pusey) 4-20 , Time-2:04 15. Off-9:5n , Virginia Times. Oregon's Playmate, Mary Marlene, Shifty Clay, also started. , Scratched Fashion Knight. I, TRIFECTA (3-5-1) PAi D $212,40 TTH-Pace. Purse S1.80C. 1 Mile: ia...! rrnll.r (P Flovd) 11.20 5.20 4.20 Buzzing Time (M Gagliardi) 14.00 Benson (H Williams) Ti,.rm 4 OFF 10:15. 4.60 3.60 " Washing David, Playful Adios, ifnne Pardner, Jessie N, Mark Key-Hill (DNF), also started. EX ACTA (7-2) PAID $272.80 " 8TH Pace. Purse $2,500. 1 Mile: Vev Treat (L Tulino) 8.60 4.00 2.80 leola Miss (J Vitelli) 4.60 3.00 R. Michael (R Pinti) 4.20 f Time 2:04 45. OH 10:37. ' River Road Whipple, Murray Hall N, Eddie's Nancy, also st.irted. True Dew, Perfect Pride scratched. - TH $1,500. 1 m. Miss Eclipse (Rathbone) 9.20 3.80 rown Buddy (Gagliardi) 3.40 Calmway (Luchento) . rtt 1A.CT TIma n.AlC 3.20 2.60 4.40 VTI I line X.U.lJ Mary B. Gallon, Mr. Hatoy Lang, ivtory d. uaiton, rtr. nsf:py uan?, tan Ate Lucky, Sassy Santo, Lcrd Paul (dnf) I so started. . TRIFECTA (4-2-7) PAID 321.W P,10TH Pace. Purse $1,200. One mile. .Bonnie Dancer (Gagliardi) 7.60 4.20 3.20 ,Mar Con Princess (Bruttomso) 12.40 4.00 puffin O'Brien (C. Paradis) 4.00 , , Time 2:09 35. Off 11:51. . Miss Gamble, Volleen O amond, Elsie fyrd, Bernie Lou, also sta ted. Scratched How Now Brovn. EXACTA (6-4) PAIt III oo Call Attendance: 5,681. Handle: $433,829. Scripts nated for the Cotillion but were declared out of the race by their respective trainers. High weights who may go postward include Groton Miss, 119; Fernande, 118; Monolith, 118; Twixt,- 118; Hasty Jude, 116; Candid - Catherine, Controlled Landing, Honestous, Jump Seat, Nalees Folly and Sumatra, 115; Turbulent Miss, 114; Brenda Beauty, Color Me Blue, Queen Pot and Star-sweet, 113. ' HOOFBEATS: Under a new state law, children 10 years old and up are permitted to attend the races in the company of a parent or guardian. Those 18 and up can attend by themselves. Previously, admittance had been barred to anyone under 21 years of age. Liberty Bell had gone six straight days without a horse breaking down until the 22-to-l Never Ground went lame near the finish of Monday's second race. Gerry Strine of the Washington Post, on the recent hearings in Washington: "The House Select Committee on Crime appeared before Frank Sinatra today." - True North, who hasn't won since capturing the $100,000-plus Widener Handicap for C.V. Whitney in February of 1971, is dropped into a claiming race for the first time in today's feature at Liberty Bell. Jim Murchison, who began riding at the Bell for the first time on Monday's program, is a well-regarded apprentice who has ridden 52 winners at Miles Park, Churchill Downs, Keeneland and the Fairgrounds. . Miffed Laver Wins Easily LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI).-Rod Laver, miffed over being unseeded, quickly defeated Tom Leonard, 6-0, 6-3, Mon-'day in the opening round of the $50,000 first National Tennis Classic. Second-seeded Nikki Pilic overpowered Derek Schroder, 6-1,6-2. Top-seeded John Newcombe and defending champion Tom Okker see first action Tuesday. Newcombe faces Phil Dent and Okker, fifth-seeded' in the tourney, plays Brian Fairlie. Laver, the top all-time money-winner in professional tennis, was not seeded because he was eliminated in the opening round of the current World Championship Tennis tour's first tourney .at St. Louis four weeks ago. Seed-ings are based on results of that tourney. " ' f' VJSttU ft Inquirer ohotos by RICHARD TITLEY WINNER Dick Hendrickson watches his shot head toward the fifth hole. Hendrickson shot one-un-der 69 for the day. Area Tennis Results LOGAN TC MEN'S INVITATIONAL SINGLES At Melrose Park FIRST ROUND Stan Cutler def. Jon Weinberg, 6-3, 6-1; George Saw-chuk def. Ricci Potiti, 6-4, 7-6; Ken Waldman def. Peter Pelillo, 6-0, 6-0; Gerry Nabtt de. Ken Farber, 6-1, 7-S. SECOND ROUND Bruce Issadore def. Doug Potkay, 6-3, 6-4; Ralph Lewitan def. Marty Devlin, 6-4, 6-0; Harry Hoffmann, Sr., def. Dr. Asher Waldow, 6-1, 6-3; Marty Gilbert wct by default from Howie Greller; Harry Morein def. Richie Cohen, 6-1, 3-6, 6-1; Dave Benjamin def. Larry Potkay, 6-1, 6-1. KEYSTONE STATE JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS At Upper Dublin Racquet Club Boys' 14-and-under Singles FIRST ROUND Gary Knight def. Kevin Quay, 6-1, 6-0; Bob Golin def. Mark Semisch, 6-0, 6-0; Bob Vance def. S. Brem, 6-0, 6-0; Junior Gray def. Ken West, 6-1, 6-3; Mark Jacobs def. Steve Hood, 6-0, 6-1; J. Putnam def. Glenn Harris, 6-3, 6-3;' Gary Glassman def. D. Hill, 6-2, 6-1; Richard Mahoney def. Mike Goldman, 6-3, 6-4; David Kraus def. Steve Struble, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2; Richard Marks def. Pat Canavan, 6-2, 6-2; Joe Quinn def. Richard Brown, 6-2, . 7-6; Allen Bond def. Jack McCloskey, 6-0, 6- 0; Peter Arnold def. J. Aenisesger. 7- 5, 6-1. SECOND ROUND Tim McAvov def. Scott Arbaugh, 6-0, 6-2; Mike Knight def. Mike O'Neill, 6-0, 6-0. Girls' 14-and-under Singles FIRST ROUND Margaret Way def. ' Margueritte Williams, 6-0, 6-0; Barbara Lilley def. Jackie Segal, 3-6, 6-2, 6-1; Susan Ireton def. Susan Wollman, 6-1, 6-1; Carla Gagnon def. Kate Ringe, 6-2, 6-2; Kathleen Way def. Mariann Paoarone, 6-3, 6-4; Curry Ringe def. Debbie Baumer, 6-1, 6-0. SECOND ROUND Betsy Handwerk def. Susan Wilf, 6-2, 6-2; Peggy Conn def. Beth Rinse, 6-0, 7-5. Camden County Junior Championships At Collingswood High School 18-and-under Singles SECOND ROUND Ray Guyer def. Tony Gomez, 6-0, 6-0; Bert Turkoglu def. Al Tendler, 6-4, 6-4; Chio Woodward def. Larry Seville, 6-2, 6-4, 6-4; David Makel def. Mack Breitenberg, 4-6, 6-2, 7-6; Philip Tendler Hf. mil Stewart, 6-3, 6-2; Mathew Mullen def. Gray Bradburn, 6-3, 6-1. 16-amd.under Singles FIRST ROUND David Makel def. Chuck Greatrex, 6-4, 6-4; Mark Hanson def.- Ricky Ambrose, 6-1, 6-1; Ken Myers def. Jim Mahoney, 6-1, 4-6; Ken John Cobb def. Mark Chance, 6-1, 6-2; Jeff Toner def. Mark Avitell, 6-1, 6-1; Wayne Brem def. Andy Baily, 6-0, 6-1; Tony Rosa, def. Steve Allen, 6-2, 6-3; David Baumer def. Paul Mellion, 7-5, 6-3; Roger Zleru def. Travis Brower, 6-0, 6-2; Bob Matcovlch def. Yu-Fan-Yuen, 6-2, 3-6, 6-2; Joe Silva def. Al Clark, 6-4, 6-1; Fred Goldring def. Bruce Brucat, 6-0, 6-1; Tyce Lynott def. George Hay, 6-0, 6-0. Inquirer photos by RICHARD TITLEY TONY PERLA pauses on the fifth tee for a drink during the sixth annual Schmidt golf festival Monday at Aronimink. Perla shot a 74, was runner-up by four strokes. - Hendrickson Shoots 1-Under 69 to Win Schmidt Festival by 4 By FRED BYROD Inquirer SporU Edrtrrr - For seven holes Monday at Aronimink, Dick Hendrickson couldn't quite believe the shots he saw Tony Perla make. The young v Sunnybrook pro drove in the rough four times and reached only one of those seven greens in regulation, but after holing a 16-foot putt for a birdie at 7, he was still at par and still four strokes ahead of Hendrickson in the chase for the $3,000 top money in the sixth annual Schmidt Golf Festival. Waiting on the 8th tee, Hendrickson remarked, "I guess if you're supposed to win, you're going to win, and , that's all there is to it." BUT THE 8TH hole, a tough par 3 or 205 yards, changed the picture, brought Hendrickson new hope. Perla pushed his tee shot into the woods at the right and wound up with a five (including a stroke for accidentally moving the ball with his putter) against Dick's birdie two. Perla said he wasn't upset by this (actually, the fifth stroke was not imposed until a meeting of the rules committee following conclusion of play). Even counting that one, Perla retained a one-shot advantage : over Hendrickson after nine holes, in which Tony had putted only 10 times (he chipped in once). BUT PERLA had exhausted his bag of miracles. Hendrickson took the lead when Tony back to even a 28-foot birdie putt on 13, but then pulled away again to finish with a one - under - par 69 against Tony's 77 and win by four strokes. For 72 holes over four Philadelphia area courses (Chester Valley, Allentown Brook-side, and Radley Run prior to Aronimink), the 6-7 Hendrickson was at par with an aggregate of 283 against Perla's 287. Defending champion Dick Smith, who had trailed leader Perla by two strokes going into the last round, never recovered from a double-bogey six on the 2d hole and with a 76 for 288, slid back into third place. IN WINNING the Schmidt Festival for the second time, Hendrickson never three-put- ted and exceded par only four times in his last 66 holes. Dick Hendrickson, Vincentown, $3,000 69283 Tony Perla, Sunnybrook, SI ,900 . . 77287 Dick Smith, Hi-Point, Sl,400 .... 76288 Ted McKenzie, Waynesborough, $1,016 69292 Andy Thompson, Spring-Ford, 1,016 75292 Harold Sweigart, Ingleside, $1,016 75292 Alan Shankin, Ashbourne, $760 75 295 Marty Furgol, Ramblewood, $525 74296 Bob Hutnik, Northampton, $525 . 77296 Bob Schoener, Green Pond, $525 78 296 Vern Novack, Edgmont, $525 ... 78296 Jack Connelly, Woodbury, $450 .. 73297 Don Stough, Honey Run, $375 ... 75298 Henry. McQuiston, Bala, $337 . 77299 Dave Collingwood, Lancaster, $337 78299 Jerry Piscano, Wayne Range, $262 77301 Bob Pfister, Llanerch, 262 80301 Hugh Reilly, Meadowbrook, $225 75302 Dennis Milne.'Trenton, $175 .. . 77305 Steve Probst, Northampton, $175 76303 Jim Taylor, Blue Ridge, $175 ... 79303 Stan Dudas, Mays Landing, $150 79304 John Carson, Cedarbrook Hills, $100 81306 Tony Cells, Fox Hill, $50 75307 Billy Gilnert, Brookside (Allentown), $50 77307 SENIOR DIVISION Skee Riegel, Bucks County, $300 74303 Henry Williams, Berkleigh, $300 75303 Jimmy Johnson, Range End, $200 74306 He improved his score each day with successive rounds of 73-71-70-69. "I guess the last round was the best, considering how difficult the course played," Hendrickson, said. "I hit one bad tee shot (on 12) and a couple bad irons, but I certainly was pleased with everything else." Few courses have four par-three holes as testing as Aron-imink's. Dick birdied the first two, parred the other two. "I missed an eight-footer on 14, one I really wanted," he said. BAD IRON shots wrecked Perla after three sub-par rounds. He missed nine of the first 11 greens, but said he thought he still "had a chance until he bogeyed 14 (another missed green). Hendrickson quit his club job at Little Mill, in New Jersey, to join the PGA tour last winter. He's going back after three more local appeatacnes (including the Edgehill Open at Hi-Point Friday and next week's Philadelphia Open). "I'll try to qualify, for the $250,000 Westchester Classic next month," he said. "I certainly have a lot more confidence in my game now, particularly my putting. I made a change in my grip to make sure I contact the ball squarely." CHIP SHOTS: On the 8th tee, Perla pushed a 3-wood into the trees. He was stymied and hit a tree with his second shot, then almost holed his next. But as he took his putter back on a practice swing, he moved the ball a tu rn, which cost hi a smtroke . . . Waynesborough's Ted McKenzie equaled Hendrick-son's 69 in climbing to a tie for fourth place at 292 .. . No one else bettered 73. Wiy''iiiiWffftfiii Independent SOFTBALL PNI LEAGUE Haverford 14 Nick's 4 Pall Bearers 13 Falcons 7 Brotherho&d 8 VIPs S HILLSIDE SLOW PITCH LEAGUE Bud's Stars 18 Valley View 7 North Light 11 Fred's Bar 10 PHI LA. MAJOR LEAGUE Littleclub 3 Frank's Collision Service 2 Ferraro Cadillac 7 Rhawnhurst Cafe 3 BASEBALL NE SUBURBAN ATHLETIC . CONFERENCE Midget A Division Bustleton 15 Parkwood 4 Midget B Division Torresdale 18 Frankford 4 Junior B Division Torresdale 14 Parkwood ( Bustleton 8 Rhawnhurst 1 Intermediate Diviscn Wissinoming 8 Bustleton 1 DEVLIN LEAGUE Pee Wee A Division Lansing i Liberty Bell 2 Moss 13 ; Monarchs S Midget A Division OLOC 10 Monarchs 1 Junior A Division Holy Terrors 7 Shamrocks 0 Summerdale 8 .. Moss 3 Junior B Division Juniata 1 . . . . . . Holy Terrors 0 Intermediate Division Crispin 4 Moss I Juniata 4 Mayfair 2 BASKETBALL GRANAHAN LEAGUE ' Cassidy 84 64th Street 77 CHALFONT SR. LEAGUE Garfield Federal W Kelly's Cocktails 55 Knight's Tavern 81 Somerton Squires 7 PHILA. NEIGHBORHOOD LEAGUE, Mitchell 78 Roosevelt 74 Aramindo 22 .., McVeigh 10 Cohocksink 26 St. Ann's 10 Samuel 15 Scanlon 11 St. Albert's 12 Monkiewicz 10 CAMPBELL LEAGUE Upper Moreland 52 .. Penn Valve 42 Boyle Fuel 76 Whaler's Funeral Home 71 PAL-RHAWNHURST LEAGUE Championship Nate Ben's Reliable 96 Gibbons PAL 79 (Nate Ben's leds best of 3 series, 14) Leonard Has a Slow Car But a Large Lead on Field Special to The Inquirer LONG POND, Pa. When you ask Joe Leonard of the Viceroy Racing Team about his race car these days, he says: "We're gaining." Gaining on whom? With the U. S. Auto Club season now five races old, there's nobody in front of the 1971 national champion. And nobody, if you look, is gaining on Joe. He opened a pretty wide gap over the field with his victory last week at Michigan as he bids for his second straight, title. LEONARD, who is here preparing for Saturday's Schaefer 500 , at Pocono International Raceway, isn't being facetious when he talks about his Sam-sonite Special. There have been problems in sorting out the revolutionary new car, the Parnelli by Phil lippe, which is part of the powerful 3-car Viceroy team owned by Parnelli Jones and Vel Miletich. . Leonard is really saying: "'We don't have the fastest car . . . yet." LEONARD explained that Viceroy team cars have been highly sensitive to slight adjustments in the suspension systems. "We're getting racy now," he added. To look at the current USAC point standings would indicate Leonard has been pretty racy right along. He has compiled 1,640 points in five races, a margin of 400 over second-place Mark Don-ohue who now appears to be out of the running due to a road-racing injury. Teammate Unser is third with 920 points. Andretti is seventh with 600. POCONO is where it all started for Leonard last year. He arrived here with only 750 points and the championship hardly in view. His second place finish in the Schaefer and subsequent victory in the California 500 at Ontario shot him to the top. Also, he became racing's first Triple Crown winner based on his finishes in the three 500 milers. ' He seems to ge "gaining" on that title again. Gary Bettenhausen, winner of Saturday night's Crown 100 midget car race at Philadelphia's John F. Kennedy Stadium, stamped himself as the favorite to win the pole position in today's time trials. The 30-year-old second-generation driver from Tinley Park, 111., clocked 184.3 miles an hour Monday in Roger Penske's 7 Sunoco-McLaren-Offenhauser, the same car with which he won the Trenton 200 last March. Bettenhausen also managed a lap at 182.629 MPH in the No. 66 Sunoco-McLaren which Mark Donohue drove to victory in this years In'dy 500. Second fastest was Gordon Johncock of Hastings, Mich., who registered 184.05 in a Mrs, Porter Medalist at Gulph Mills Former U. S. amateur title-holder Mrs. Dorothy Porter put herself on the track to a competitive course record 35-3671 by eagling the first hole and winning the medal prize in the qualifying round for the 76th Philadelphia golf championship Monday at Gulph Mills GC. It was the lowest qualifying score ever for the Riverton star, a six-time winner of the championship, and her lowest round of the current season. She was three strokes under women's par. Championship Flight Qualifiers Mrs. Mark Porter, Riverton .. 35 36 71 Deborah Massey, Saucon Valley 39 3776 x-Mrs. Ann Netsky,Green Valley 38 4078 Amelia Rorer, Manufacturers.. 37 41 78 Mrs. Helen Sigel Wilson, Phila. Country 41 3879 Ann Laughlin, Riverton 38 4179 Carol Kusnierr, Riverton 38 41 79 Nancy Porter, Riverton 39 41 80 Gail Brown, Penn Oaks 41 3960 Mrs. Malcolm George, Philmont 43 3881 Mrs. Earl Scott, Philmont 39 4382 Mrs. Joel Smith, Moselem Springs 42 4082 Mrs. John Fisher, Whitford ... 41 4182 Mrs. John Dyniewski, Phila. Country 40 4383 Janice Palmer, Huntingdon Val. 42 4284 Gertrude Dunn, Penn Oaks . 43 4184 Second Flight Qualifiers Sarah MacMullan, Cedarbrook 41 4485 Mrs. Henri Dooling, Manufac'rs 39 47 B6 Mrs. Herbert Balick, Br'dvwine 43 4386 Mrs. John B. Kane Jr., Whitemarsh Valley 40 4686 Mrs. Robert Roach, Aronimink 44 42 86 Mrs. Daniel Green, Green Val. 45 42 87 Mrs. Allen Weintraub, Philmont 46 4187 Mrs. Robert Calder Jr., Merion 43 4588 Mrs. John Matsinger, Rolling Green 43 45 ' Mrs. Chris Stayton, Whitemarsh Valley 43 4588 Mrs. Pete Albert, Rafnor Valley 43 4588 Katharine Rorer, Plymouth . 46 42 86 Mrs. Ned Williams, Rolling Gr. 44 4589 Mrs. Malcolm Wister, Gulph Mills 43 4689 Jane Oswald, Sandy Run 43 46 Mrs. Leon Rose, Philmont ... 44 4589 CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT PAIRINGS (Starting at 9:40 A. M.) Mrs. Netsky vs. Miss Brown, Mrs. Wilson vs. Mrs. Fisher, Miss Massey vs. Mrs. Scott, Miss Kusnierz vs. Miss Palmer, Mrs Porter vs. Mrs. George, Miss Laughlin vs. Mrs. John Dvniewski, Mhss Rorer vs Mrs. Smith, Miss Porter vs. Miss Dunn x Practice round. Qualified automatically as defending champion. Joe Leonard Gulf-McLaren-Offy. He was followed by Al Unser at 182.3 in the Viceroy-Parnelli-Offy, Peter Revson, 181.712 in a Gulf-McLaren-Offy, Mario Andretti, 181.5 in a Viceroy-Par-nelli Offy, and Leonard, 180.129. Bobby Unser, who practiced at lWr l&ltei No fees, no additional charges. Annual percentage rate 1 5 for 60 months. Insurance optional. AMOUNT 60 MONTHLY i TOTAL FINANCED PAYMENTS PAYMENTS $5000 $119.03 $7142 4000 95.25 5714 35001 83.33 4999 Now consolidate your bills with a low payment that you can afford. No red tape! Fast courteous confidential service. Talk to someone genuinely interested in solving your financial problems. Call -276-1 31 3 ask for Miss Caroll 1- CANTER FINANCIAL SERVICES : 76 1 5 OGONTZ AVE., PHILA, PA. 191 50 THE FIRST HALF OF THE BASEBALL SEASON IS OVER. THE BETTER HALF BEGINS! CUBS PIRATES TICKETS: GUARANTEE If Muffler fails liile original purchaser owns the car, it will be replaced upon return, free of charge. If the defective muffler was installed by Sears, we will install the new muffler with no charge for labor. 88 89 Mf Sears y 1 Xb 3 labor. IS UV in excess of 185 MPH here. before tropical storm Agnes forced postponement from July 2, managed only a 180.4 lap in the Olsonite-Eagle-Offy. The 10-hour practice session on the 2Vi mile tri-oval produced only two minor incidents. Rick Muther was unhurt and his Vivatar-Eagle-Offy suffered slight damage in a collision with the first-turn wall. Wally Dallenbach lost a wheel from his STP-Lola-Ford in the pits but avoided any contact. The 43 cars on hand will practice from 9 A.M. to 12:45 P.M. today with time trials to determine the 33 starting positions for Saturdays' race being held from 1 to 6 P. M. Additional time trials, if necessary, will be held Wednesday. Thursday, July 27 TwI-Nighler 5:35 CELEBRITY HOMERUN CONTEST. Swinging for most homers will be Jack Palance, Steve Van Buren, Jack Kelly, Jr., Bernie Parent, and others. Friday, July 28 DAY GAME 1 :35 Family Day: $1.00 discount for women, children 14 or under. (Schmidt's Week-end) Saturday, July 29 Twi-Nighter 5:35 Parade of Schmidt's Drag-Racers Sunday, July 30 1:35 CAMERA DAY , (Bring your camera; get snaps of players-la:! 5-1 2:45) SELECTION OF "MISS SCHMIDT'S PHILLIE" (Did the one you voted for win?) Monday, July 31 7:35 Baseball. That's all. ALLTICKETRON, including Sears, Gimbels, Wanamakers. Phillies Downtown Office in the Girard Bank at Broad and Chestnut. William Penn Ticket Agency, 1218 Chestnut Street. INSTALLED Heavv Dutv Muffler Sears Low Price KB 99 REPLACED FREE If It Fails. INSTALLED FREE If Sears Installed It! CHARGE IT on Sear Revolving Charge Fits these cars and more: '65-70 Chevrolet, '60- 64 Ford, '63-70 Chevelle '62-67 Chevy II, '66-69 Plymouth, ?64-69 Dodge and '62-65 Fairlane. Buy now! 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