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16 Monday, July 31, 1972 Philadelphia Inquirer Eagles' By GORDON FORBES Of The Inquirer Eta READING. Two maddening weeks finally end today when Tom Bailey gets to check out his pads. While his Eagle teammates were pushed through two-a-day workouts, the promising, second-year fullback practiced as a loner in feathery Ickx Wins 2d Prix in Germany NURBURGRING, Germany (UPI). Jacky Ickx of Belgium led from start to finish Sunday in his 12-cylhder Ferrari to win the 34th German Grand Prix, the eighth Formula One race counting toward the world driver's championship. The 27-year-old, baby-faced Belgian, scoring hi? second German Grand Prix victory since his 1969 win, covered the 198.8 miles in 1:42:12.3 hours for an average speed of 116.6 MPH. Switzerland's Clay Regaz-zoni made it a cle;in sweep for the flame red Ferraris as he finished second in 1:43:00.6 hours. Sweden's Ronnie Peterson in an STP March was third in 1:43:19.0. Howden Ganley of New Zealand was fourth in a BRM and Brian Redman of England was fifth in a McLaren-Ford. ICKX, giving Ferrari its first victory after 14 Grand Prix races, was never chal-over the 14.2-mile twisting over the 14.2 mile twisting Nurburgring circuit. He improved the l ip record on almost every round and finally set the mark at 7:13.6 minutes at an averege speed of 117.74 MPH. The battle for second place thrilled 250,000 fans. Brazil's Emerson Fittipaldi held second in his Lotus Ford until the end of the 10th lap when his engine caught fire. The 25-year-old Brazilian was able to jump out in time, and onrushing firemen extinguished the flames and smoke immediately. Jackie Stewart of Scotland, defending champion, was also hit by bad luck. Challenging Regazzoni for second in his Tyrrell Ford at the start of the final lap, he brushed the Swiss car, lost a vheel and had to retire with only 12.4 miles to go. FITTIPALDI retained his lead in the world championship standings with 43 points. Stewart is still secord with 27 points. Ickx moved into third with 25 points, leaving the i championship open for the four remaining races in Austria, Italy, Canada and the United States. Jan Ferraris Wins by Stroke ATLANTA (AP).-Jan Ferraris sank a two-foot putt for a par on the final hole, salvaging two over-per 75, and won the $25,000 Lady Pepsi Open Golf Championship Sunday by one stroke over fast-finishing Betty Burfeindt. Miss Ferraris, whining her second tourney in seen years on the Ladies Professional Golf Association circuit, had a 54-hole total of 221. Jan Ferraris, J3.750 72-74-75221 Betty Burfeindt, $2,825 74-80-68222 Marilyn Smith, $1,980 75-74-72223 Jocelyne Bourassa, Jl,980 74-78-71223 Sandra Haynie, $1,355 75-76-73224 Sandra Palmer, $1,355 74-75-75224 Gail Denenberg, 1,050 71-75-79225 Beth Stone, $900 73-60-74227 Joyce Kazmierskl, $900 75-75-77227 Carol Mann, $647 75-76-77-428 anorron iwnier, vw 6-2-8D Tit Shelley Hamlin, $647 73-76-79228 JoAnn Prentice, $460 75-78-76 229 Judy Rankin, $407 76-79-75230 Betsy Cullen, 407 77-78-752) Kathy Whitworth, $337 73-77-81231 Mary Mills, $337 76-74-81-J231 Jane Blalock, $21 79-77-76232 Kathy Ahern, $261 76-79-77232 Marlene Hagge, $261i 75-76-81232 Clifford Ann Creed, $261 71-78-62232 Noni Schneider, $207 75-81-77233 Barbara Romack, $207 78-77-78 233 Sails Gutwein Leads in National Moths Sperinl to The Inqnirer SEA ISLE CITY, N.J. -Kurt Gutwein of Cooper River Yacht Club took over the lead here Sunday in the U.S. National Moth Sailing Championships at the Yacht Club of Sea Isle City. Lack of wind and a protest caused a four-hour delay, forcing the race committee to halt the fifth race in the six-race series after tie second leg. The series is expected to be completed Monday. Gutwein leads tie series with three points wiiile John Mosowitz of Cooper River is second with four. Brownie Baer of Ocean City is third with six points. Bailey Is Happy to Be Back After Operation dress rubberized jacket, shorts and basketball sneakers. Bailey's delayed start is the consequence of a weak, infected knee joint. "I used to think it'd be nice to sit around out there and miss practices," he said. "Boy, it's bad. People don't know what mental anguish , 4 'aT $, AP Wirephoto A TIP OF KERMIT ZARLEY'S hat acknowledges applause after he teamed with Babe Hiskey (right) to win the national PGA team golf championship. Hiskey-Zarley Fire 5-Under 66 To Capture PGA Team Golf Continued from 1st Sports Page were on the course with any chance of catching the leaders. Zarley's eight-foot birdie putt settled it. The 33-year-old Hiskey, 100th Perfect-Score Diver Sparkles in Trials CHICAGO (AP). Mike Finneran uncorked what was described as the only perfect power dive score in major meet history in the platform diving Sunday as the final U.S. Olympic Diving trials ended. The 23-year-old Finneran, former Ohio State star, made his perfect dive on his next-to-last effort. He received a perfect score of 10 from each of the seven judges and got a standing ovation from the Ashe, Drysdale Gain Net Final LOUISVILLE (AP). - Arthur Ashe defeated top-seeded John Newcombe, 6-4, 6-4, and Mark Cox downed Cliff Drysdale, 7-5, 6-0, Sunday and advanced to the finals of the $50,000 First National Tennis Classic at the Louisville Tennis Center. Ashe, a former National Open and Australian Open champion from Richmond, Va., got off to a slow start against Newcombe, losing 1-4 in the first set. Ashe then broke New-combe's serve three times. nltting powerful shots that sent the Australian dashing from one end of the court to the other. The second set was all Ashe as he hit consistently with his powerful serve and mixed his shots beautifully. Jane Golden, Ocean City, leads the women's division with three points. Ann Whea-ton, Sea Isle, is second with 8.7 points. OCEAN CITY, N.J.-In his first race of the season, Dave Kollack of Philadelphia won the International 110 sailboat race of the Ocean City Yacht Club. Other winners: Olympic finn, Jim Accardi, Cherry Hill; lightning, - William Lindsay, Philadelphia; laser, Dean Morton, Chappaqua, N.Y.; junior moth J. Golden, Huntingdon Valley, Pa. SPRAY BEACH, N.J. Bill you go through just standing out there." Bailey underwent surgery for the removal of a cartilage in his left knee last season following the 13th game. During the Eagle rookie camp in May, an examination revealed a piece of metal, possibly a staple, floating around in the joint. on the money winning list going into tne tournament, scored his only tour triumphs in the 1970 Sahara Invitational and the 1966 Cajun Classic, Zarley won the 1968 Kaiser capacity crowd at Oakton pool in Park Ridge. Veteran diving experts said it was the first time a perfect score had been awarded in a major competition. Finneran superbly executed a Vi summersault with 2V2 twists from the 30-foot high tower. FINNERAN still finished as the runnerup, some 12 points behind Dick Dydze, former Michigan star. Rydze, 22, led all the way through the seven morning preliminary platform dives and the three final afternoon optional dives to finish with 578.04 points. Finneran had 556.20. Rydze and Finneran were chosen for the men's U.S. Olympic platform diving along with Rick Earley, 27, of Fresno, Calif., current National AAU champion and 1971 Pan-American Games platform gold medalist, who rallied to finish third with 540.42. THE THREE-DAY trials determined the U. S. Olympic squad, which will include only three women and five men. A maximum of six of each sex is permitted. Earlier Sunday, the same trio who Friday won the women's three-meter Olympic spring board berths also grabbed the three platform berths, but in different order. The No. 1 women's platform diver was Janet Ely, 18, Albuquerque, N. M., the National AAU Tower Champion. Cramer, Metedonk YC, won the New Jersey Lightning Sailboat Championship at Spray Beach-Brandt Beach YC. Reed Dick-erson, Monmouth BC, was second, followed by John Elsman, Surf City, and Bob Seidelman, Ocean City. The Flying Scot title was won by Dave Boulden while his brother, Phil, was second. Both are from Spray Beach-Brandt-Beach YC. CAPE MAY, N.J.-Mike Vit-aneas, 15, of Cape May won the GP-14 sailboat race sponsored by the Corithian Yacht Club. John Wilsey, Jr., was second. Other winners: thistle, Carl The metal was with the use of a procedure that left hole through which removed scope, a a small a needle was passed to retrieve the object. Subsequently, the joint became swollen and inflamed and Bailey ran a fever of 103 degrees. "The infection was pretty and the 1970 Canadian Open but gained his most attention when he challenged Nicklaus for the U. S. Open title at Pebble Beach, Calif., earlier this year. Hiskey-Zarley, $20,000. . 67 6 3 66 66 262 Jones-Miller, $12,000 . . 68 68 66 63265 Gilbert-Walkbs, $7,500 66 64 6 7 69266 Aaron-Coody, $5,000 .... 62 70 71 64267 D. Mill-M. Hill, $3,650 . 66 69 67 67269 Archer-B.Nichols, $3,650 67 79 68 65269 Toscano-Wiechers, $3,650 68 69 65 67269 Douglass-lrwin, $3,650 . 68 66 69 64269 Ch. Sifford-Stone, $2,725 68 76 67 69270 Schlee-Smith, $2,725 .. 67 68 70 65270 AIMn-Geiberger, $2,150.. 66 67 67 71271 B a rba rossa-J ohn jton, $2,150 66 69 66 70271 Weiskopf-Yancy, $2,150 63 72 68 68271 Beard-Beman, $2,150 .. 68 63 70 70271 Boros-Collins, $2,150 ... 69 68 65 69271 Henry-Hinson, $2,150 .. 68 68 67 271 Green-McLendon, $1,650 65 66 72 69272 Player-Rosburg, $1,650 67 65 68 72272 Crampton-Moody, $1,650 70 65 68 69272 J. Snead-S.Snead, $1,650 66 70 68 68272 Barber-January, $1,151 67 68 68 70 2T3 Rudloph-Sikes, $1,151.. 68 69 68 68273 Bies-Funseeth, $1,151.. 72 63 69 69273 Cole-B. Lewis, $1,151 .. 66 69 67 71-273 Marti-Rodgers, $1,151 . 70 67 69 67273 McGee-Thompson. $1,151 67 66 69 71273 Kern-Wood, $1,151 ...66 70 70 67273 Sanudo-Stanton, $785 . . 68 66 68 72274 Palmer-J. Lewis, $710.. 66 72 67 70275 Warney-Zieyler, $710.... 71 65 70 69275 Elder-Hooper, $635 .. . . 71 65 70 70276 Courlney-Schroeder, $575 66 68 69 74277 Glenz-Spang, $575 . . 70 6? 71 68277 Blocker-Brewer, $505.. 70 70 70 70278 Watson-Zender, $505.... 66 70 71 71278 Barker-Nevll, $460 .... 68 70 72 70280 Bohen-Heck, $440 70 68 72 72282 D. Lotz-J. Loll, $420 . 70 6 7 65 72284 Oppermann-Rotar, $400 64 74 75 76289 Groh's SO-Ft. Chip Wins Tournament FLINT, Mich. (UPI). -Gary Groh took first place in the $20,000 Vera Parsell Buick Open Sunday when he birdied the final hole with an 80-foot chip shot. John Mahaffey, who led the field through the 15th hole in the final round, placed second for $2,400 when he bogeyed holes 16 and 18. Groh, a former Bridgeman, Mich., player, who now lives in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, finished with a 273 total 15 under par with rounds of 67-70-67-69 at the Flint Elks County Club golf course. He and Mahaffey were tied going into Sunday's final round of the satellite championship on the Professional Golfers Association tour. Hamlin Wins Tennis Penn student Clay Hamlin won the Logan Tennis Club invitational tournament Sunday at Melrose Park, beating Swarthmore College coach Bill Cullen, 6-4, 3-6, 8-6. Cheyney; laser, Lnidsay Clark-son; sun fish, Bess Davidson. , Sports Results Independent SOFTBALL GREATER OLNEY LEAGUE Colonials i Israelites 2, 1st Colonials 3 Israelites 2, 2d Two Bees 12 Ravens 5, 1st Two Bees 3 Ravens 2, 2d Cardinals 7 All Stars 0, 1st Cardinals 7 All Stars 0, 2d Suburban Flyers 4 . .. Phoenix 3, 1st Suburban Flyers 4 .... Phoenix 0, 2d BASEBALL HUNTING PARK LEAGUE Bouvier All Start 5 American Defenders 9 Little Quaker Division Intermediate Division Oak Lane Raiders i Straight Eights 0 Oak Lane YA 10 Panati 5 Zodiac Stars 2 Findley 0 much my stupidity," the runner admitted. "I went to an emergency unit in Tallahassee (Bailey's home town) and it was scrubbed and I was given an antibiotic. They told me to leave it open." A year ago, Bailey seriously considered dropping out of pro football but was sweet-talked into staying. Pit Message Failed To Slow McCluskey Continued from 1st Sports Page laps including the last 122, was running so well that he couldn't slow his pace despite repeated messages from Nelson via the pit board to cool it. "They were trying to get me to slow down," McCluskey said. "But when I tried it, the car didn't feel as comfortable. We set the chassis up to run fast and when I backed off, it began to push in the corners. So I picked it up again." "I'd have liked to have shook my first at him when he wouldn't slow down with a lead as big as he had," Nelson said with a laugh. "But when he came in on his next pit stop and explained it to he, I went along with him. Everything's all forgiven now anyway." THERE NEVER was any question that McCluskey would win as long as his car stayed together. Not even the heralded Petty, stock car racing's all-time leader in race ORDER OF FINISH 1, Roger McCluskey, Plymouth Super-bird, 200 laps; 2, Butch Hartman, Dodse, 196; 3, Verlin Eaker, Dodse, Q94; 4, Dave Marcis, Matador, 194; 5, Cecil Gordon, Mercury, 1A92; 6, Chuck Mc-Williams, Plymouth, 189; 7, Jim Tobin, Dodge, 185; 8, Paul Feldner, Dodge, 184; 9, Bob Wente, Ford, 183; 10, Tiny Lund, Chevelie, 179. 11, Sal Tovella, Plymouth Superbird, 177; 12, Rob Robbins, Ford, 176; 13, Bay Darnell, Dodge, 175; 14, Gary Raymond, Chevrolet, 175; ?5, Jigger S'trois, Mustang, 169; 16, Ray Bolander, Chevrolet, 162; 17, Joe Booher, Dodge, 158; 18, Earle Canavan, Plymouth, 155; 19, Rch Oertel, Ford, 146; 20, Jim Hurtubise, Chevelie, 132. 21, Ramo Stott, Plymouth Superbird, 118; 22, Richard Petty, Plymouth, 102; 23, Dave Whitcomb, Camaro, 94; 24, Dally Dallenbach, Plymouth Superbird, 92; 25, Al Loquasto, Dodge, 75; 26, Gary Bettenhausen, Dodge, 48; 27, AJ Unser, Ford, 39; 28, Lam Blankneship, Dodge, 39; 29, Bud Schroyer, Dodge, 37; 30, George Wiltshire, Dodge, 34. 31, Harold Fair, Ford, 38; 32, Dick Simon, Dodge, 28; 33, Ken McEldownev, Javelin, 22; 34, Bill Shrev, Plymouth, 20; 35, Paul Siremore, Plymouth, 10; 36, Lerov Austin, Plymouth, 1; 37, Ken Reiter, Ford, 0 ; 39, Steve Arndt, Chevelie, 0; 39, Dick Beinlich, Ford, 0; 40, H. L. Wilson, Dodge, O. Lap leaders: 1-30 McCluskey; 31 Petty; 32-33 Dallenbach; 34-55 McCluskey; 56-60 Dallenbach; 61-69 Petty; 70-75 McCluskey; 76-78 Petty; 79-200 McCluskey. Caution laps: 1-6, six-car accident between second and third turns; 32-36, Fair spun and hit wall in turn one; 79-86, Loouasto blew engine on front straight; 104-1110, Petty blew engine between tjrns two and three; 119-123, Stott and Booher tangled in turn two; 141-144, Hurtubise soun In utrn one; 153-154, debris or trash, 185-188, Sirois blew engine in turn three. Soeed: 127.035 MPH (record, breaking 1971 mark of 116.760 by Butch Hartman). Attendance: 25,000. It's Official: Leonard Wins Continued from 1st Sports Page decade of competition, looked at the results, checked the tapes and, obviously satisfied with their validity, left. Billy Vukovich, who finished fourth, two laps off the pace, also appeared for a quick check. He, too, left without comment. Al Unser, who finished first but was penalized a lap and dropped to third place for illegally passing under the caution flag, had threatened to protest. But he didn't show up at the track until it was almost time to start Sunday's Pennsylvania 500 stock car race. USAC OFFICIALS made two changes in the unofficial rundown they issued Saturday night, penalizing two more drivers for passing during a caution period. The official order of finish, with laps completted and money won: 1. Joe Leonard Samsonite-Parnelli, 200 laos, $83,530. 2. Johnny Rutherford, Thermo King- Cinls ?nn lans. 44.380. .7 Al Unser. Vicerov-Parnelli, 199 laps, S26.845. 4. Billy Vukovich, Sugaripe Prune-Ea gle, 198 laps, $17,403. 5. Sam Posey, Norris Indus-Eagle, lane. .T7.7S1. 198 6. Mike Hiss. Page Racing-Eagle, 196 lar:. VJ.7R1. 7. Mario Andretti, Viceroy-Parnelll, 188 laps, $11,881. 8. Salt Walthter, Dayton Steel-McLaren, 187 laps, $8,517. 9. Lee Kunzman, Gilmore Broad- i-actinn-Faale. 174 laps. $8,052. 10. Jimmv Caruthers, Armed Fnrerps-Sroroion. 10 laps, $7,586. 11. Roger McCluskey, Amer. Marine- AAr! rpn. 135 laos. $7,120. 17 Rirk Muther. Vivitatr-Eagie, 146 13. Mel Kenyon, Gilmore Racing-Coy S6.655. ote, 130 laps, $6,538. 14. Wailv Dallenbach, STP Oil Treat. -Lola, 129 laps, $6,422. 15. Sam Essions, ITT-T ompson-Coy ntp. 1 IB laos. $6,305. 16. Dick Simon, Travelodge-Lola, 117 lao. $6,190. 17. John Martin, Martin-Brabham, 89 laps, $6,073. 18. Bentley Warren, Bay States-Eagle, 82 laos, $5,957 19. Gray Bettenhausen, Sunoco-Mc Laren. 77 laos. $7,140. 20. Bobby Unser, Olsonlte-Eagle, 77 laos. $7,774. 21. George Snider, M. V S.-Coyote, 68 laps, $5,609. 22. Gordon Johncock, Gulf-McLaren, 64 laps, $5,891. 23. Swede Savage, Michner Indus- Brabham, 63 laps, $5,375. 24. Bill Simpson, Woehle Bros.-Eagle, 41 laps, $5,258. 25. Denny Zimmerman, Patriot-Vol- Istedt, 36 laps, $5,142. 26. Lloyd Ruby, Wynne's-Lola, 34 laps. $5,025. 27. John Mahler, Harbor Fuel-Mc Laren, 34 laps, $4,910. 28. Jerry Karl, Trailer Train-Gilbert, 20 laps, $4,793. 29. Bob Harkey, Niagara Falls-Flnley, 13 laps, $4,677. 30. Carl Williams, City of Terra Haute-Eagle, 8 laps, $4,560. 31. Peter Revson, Gulf-McLaren, laps, $4,444. 32. Steve Krisiloff, King-Kingfish, 4 laps, $4,328. 33. Greg Weld, King-Kingfish, 1 lap, x $4,328. "I was just homesick," he recalled. "I didn't know anybody. And I had just gotten married, June 27. I didn't have a car but I thought the Eagles would pay my way home." Bailey stayed, emerged as the third-best Eagle runner in exhibition games and made and money winnings, could catch the Superbird. Petty tried as hard as he could. He led three times for a total of 13 laps when McClus- 1 l ... J r r t j I Key picieu ior iuei ana ures. But his effort ended in a billow of smoke on the 102d lap when a blown tire cut an oil line and damaged the red and blue Plymouth's engine. "I was surprised when Petty jumped right in there behind me at the start,' McCluskey said. "When he went out, it took some of the pressure off me. He's tough. He really keeps you awake." PETTY, WHO qualified fourth fasteset and started from the outside of the second row, dod provide the 25,000 spectators their biggest thrills with some help from Hartman, Ramo Stott and Wally Dallenbach. "VI fm rH I? W fdmfifc We're not saying- an Inquirer route is the road to riches. But we'll say this: As an Inquirer carrier, you" .can earn maybe as much as $1000 a year. Ask any Inquirer carrier. That's enough money to buy almost anything you want. With enough left over to sock away for college. All that's required of you 'is a half hour a day before school for delivery. And a couple hours each month for collection. And get this. Because The Inquirer is a morning paper, you'll have your afternoons free to enjoy spoils and things. If you're between 12 and i6 years of age, why not give us a call to explore the possibilities of becoming an Inquirer carrier. In Philadelphia call 665-8651. 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From 1967-69, under the NFL-AFL format, the NFL piled up a 42-29-1 advantage in preseason play Tom Woo- deshick, a tireless worker in the drive to curb drug use among youngsters, indirectly Strain) 031 CSSBBS PHILADELPHIA THE INQUIRER .State - conceded that some Eagles were popping amphetimines or uppers a few years ago. It's policed so heavy on this team that nobody is going to use them and pop them. In the last three years, I haven't seen any," Woody said. "Our society has become so drug-conscious over the last few years that prevention has become part of an NFL program. The biggest area to curb drug abuse is starting with kids. For them to see their idols taking drags, that would be a setback." . . . The rap by the New York Jets against tight end Pete Lam-mons was that he was losing speed. Lammons scoffs at the beef and appears a happy and determined athlete in the Eagle camp. "d ior everything you need jyj abenkfbr NATIONAL BANK c ""1 I .Zip An J i- f ri 0 i - i - i f 1 1 ii

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