The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 30, 1965 · Page 36
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8 Sunday, May 30, '65 Delta Pcmocrnt-Timcs Speed Marks Set As 33 A. J. Foyt Sets New Mark Of 161.233 MPH I NDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) -- An abundance of records was the best forecast Sunday for the 49th 500 mile race Monday. The 33-cnr starting field qualified at the fastest average speed in history, 15G.05S miles per hour, with pole winner A. J. Foyt, twice the champion in this annual test, setting a four- lap record of 161.233 miles per hour as well as a single lap affected because some drivers mark of 161.95S. But *?» break with precedent could come in several other categories as .well as speed alone. Twenty-seven of the cars have their power plants behind the driver, ami no rear engine car ever, has won this spectacle. ; No car powered other than an won the event by motor 0/fenhauser has since 19-IG; this year's field- includes 17 cars with Ford engines, and two of the super-powered Novi's were in the event. The race, to start at 11 a.m. (CDT), was expected to draw a record crowd of more than 300,000 with another 'record purse also likely in excess of the $506,575 paid last ' year. Foyt : s winning share was $153,650. New Rules New rules designed to promote safety, developed after a tragic crash on the second lap last year resulted in tile death of veteran Eddie Saclis and rookie Dave MacDonald, may work against the winner setting a new 500 mile record, despite the tremendous jump in qualifying speeds, an average of 3'/ 2 miles per hour. First, every car must make a minimum of two pit slops to lake on fuel. Second, no pres- fucling systems will be permitted. Thus Ihe race against time will be drastically the past have gone the distance wilh only one stop, and (he pit slops could be longer than the usual 20 of 25 seconds because it will take longer to refill the tanks by gravity feed. Railbirds anticipated that Foyl, or any other driver who can beat him into the lead from the flying slart, may try to sel an early pace of 157 or 155 miles per hour, settling eventually to around 153 as [lie' race progresses. Even this speed could demand the utmost production from the slower cars since the slowest qualifier, Bill Chcesbourg, hit 153.774 in qualifying. For 500-Deltans Aim At Indianolsi Title Chicago American League W. L. Pet. 20 14 .650 Minnesota Detroit x-Baltimore x-lxs Angeles Cleveland Boston New York Washington Kansas City x-Nigh I game 25 24 23 22 19 19 17 18 10 .555 2'/ 2 .518 4 .500 6 .500 .457 .·105 10 .-100 IOVS .278 14 ChiSox Win From Yanks 6-3; Houston Edges St. Louis 4-3 100 000 110-3 4 1 200 021 001-0 11 3 New York Chicago Downing, Reniff (5), Mikkclsen (7), Rnmos (8). and Schr.idt, Edwards (8); John, Fisher (7) and Schaffcr, Martin (7). WP -- John (4-2). LP -- Downing (3-5). HR-Cater (-1th). .Foyt, logically, was one the standout favorites since American League Minnesota C02 035 011-11 1G 1 Washington 300 310 001-- 8 12 1 Grant, Nelson (4), Perry (5), Kreutzer (C), Fn.snow (G). Wor- Allied Van Lines Rolls To 11-1 Win Over VG Team Monday Nighl's game: Walker vs. Hart's -- 8 p.m. By BARRY JON'ES Friday night's game between Allied VG was pretly one- sided as the Allied nine rolled over VG 11-1 after only 5 innings of play. The VG players seemed to be low on oxygen and even tho Allied errored frequently, they're! still [he "Big Orange" with m losses or tics! Sweden was the winning pitcher for Allied, yielding only 2 hits and striking out 3. VG's Davis was Ihe loser, giving up 11 hits and 2 strike-ouls. In the ladies league Friday night, a previously rained - out game between Allied and VG wns played at 7 p.m. with Allied defeating VG 19-8. won last year with a record "linglon (9), find Bailey, Zimmer- speed of M7.350 miles per hour. " The speed (hough was not cut down by Ihe Sachs-MacDonald crash since the field was slopped, and so was Ihe clock, while the track was cleared of debris. Crashes, critical as unless they are last year's multi-car the re- FOR FULL INSURANCE SERVICE · FIRE EXTENDED COVERAGE · ALL TYPES OF LIABILITY fc WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION · GROUP LIFE HEALTH · BONDS Waldauer Agency 118 S. Poplar ED 2-1555 Nlfhl Coll ID 2-6544 « ED *-U» pileup, would result only in yellow light, wilh speed jstricted to SO miles per hour to cut Ihe average, while any wreckage is cleaned up. Also among Ihe favorites were former world champion Jim Clark of Scotland, former winner Pamelli Jones, and Dan [jurney, but numerous other pi- ots in the field warranted a dark horse rating, ami any starter could win since the test of going 500 miles at top speed can bring about mechanical problems to defeat even the best pilot in the fastest car. 10 innings Cleveland Detroit Kralick (1-4) and Azcue; I.olich 7-2 and Freehan. National League Chicago 010 000 100--2 Philadelphia 300 010 OOx--1 Jackson. Humphreys (7) and Ro?novsky; Dunning (4-4) and Dalrymple. LP -- Jackson (3-5). HR -- Allen (9lli). THE WANT ADS REACH OVER 55,000 PEOPLE EVERY DAY, THATS THE REASON FOR THE QUICK RESUJTS. SHOP FOR POP! Father's Day Is June 20th · We have a complete selection of gifts for dad, priced from $1.00. -- WE GIFT WRAP FREE -J HUB "Style Center for Young Men" Washington Ave. man (6); Daniels. Ridiik (C), Moore (!!) nnd Camilli. WP-Perry (2-0), LP -- Narum (2-5). HRS -- Chance (-lib). Brinkman (2nd), Rollins (2nd), King (5lh). Kansas City al Boston, postponed, rain. 000 000 000 0-0 000 000 000 1-1 AUIED j McGtheo 2b ... Flet-in? 3b ... IWlllofT.l I I IGnfl.H f Walloie Ib :Hill It Colhic-., rl Olreirraii c .... AB II H . . C I O . . 3 1 LADIES TOP SCORER in the Delta Inter-Club Tournament brought to a close nt Greenwood Thursday was Greenville's Opal Drcscher (above) who won a maximum 38 points for the 4 rounds of (he traveling tournament. The Greenville Indies repealed as champions, this photograph was taken a short lime after she was presented the individual scoring trophy. (Stall Photo) St. Louis Houston 200 103 000 0--3 11 1 001 000 020 1--1 7 0 Stnllnrd, Purkey (1) find McCarver, Notlebarl. MacKoniic (8), Raymond (9), Woodeschick (10) and Brand. WP -- Woodcshick (3-2). LP - Purkey (34). 1IRS Flood (7lh), Spangler (1st). Biloxi Defeats (larksdale, 3-1 CLARKSDAI.F, (UPI) - niloxi captured Ilic state AA high school jaseball championship here Satur- lay with a 3-1 win over Clarks- Jale-Cohoma. Pilcher Jim Wallis of Biloxi booslcd his record for the year 12-0. He and loser Morris Willshire allowed six hils each. They nlso hurled the first game of the jest of three series earlier this week which Biloxi won 2-0. · National Golf Day Scheduled At Country Club Observance of National Golf Day started Saturday at Greenville Golf and Country Club and will continue through Monday. Greenville golfers will compete against the scores posted by Bob Nichols, Professional Golfers Association champion; and Ken Ventura, U.S. Golf Association chairman. Nichols and Ventura meet at 5 p.m. ERT Monday at .aurcl Valley Golf Club, Ligonier, Pa. An entrance fee of $1 is used to promote the game of golf. The golfers will use the Callaway handicap system for (he 18 holes. Ladies will be allowed 7 additional strokes. Delta Masters Opens With Field Of 116 Creasy Planning Muny Tourneys TOTAIS: .................. 25 11 I I Mailey 3b Weiih 1b Gnngv,«ie if TOTALS: Overfon, Elheridge And Hal Green Star Greenville's Joe Overfon has a 3-1 pitching record thus far this season with the Tacoma, Wash., club of the Triple A Pacific Coast League. Last week Overton, although ! He did not get credit for the vic: tory, pitched 8 innings without issuing a base on balls. For the season Overton has an outstand- 2.6S earned run average. Overton is the property of (he San Francisco Giants. Bobby Etheridge of Greenville crashed 8 hits in 20 limes al bat and upped his balling average to .227 as an infielder with Fresno in the Class A. California Lea- Ed Creasy, professional golfer at Greenville municipal golf course, said Saturday afternoon ' |llhe number of golfers touring the " " 9-hole layout was over 50 during he day. I Creasy said this number was reduced because many people were raveling to other towns for the Memorial Week-End holidays. The muny course pro said he las about gollen the course located at the former Greenville Air Kolce Base in good condition, including renovating of Ihe greens, rle indicated tournament com- letition will follow as soon as is has completed work on the course. gue during Etheridge the past also the week, property of the San Francisco Giants. Hal Green, of Anguilla, has lopped the .300 mark in hitting with E! Paso in the Class AA Texas League. Last week Green got 4 hils in II trips. For the season Green has 16 hits in 53. Iries. ! BULLETIN INDIANOLA - R. L. Schmitr, of Clarksdale, fired a 74 for the morning round Saturday in the Delta Masters Tournament and two veteran golfers were closing in on the medalist race late Saturday. At 5:40 p.m. Joe Corbctt of Grenada, former slate champion, had a 1-under par 71 on the fourteenth hole of the IS holes with four more (o go and Mayor Hank Gaantz of Belzone a 73 on the fourteenth hole. Mayor Hank Ganlz of BclzonI, top-flight Delta golfer and Joe Corbel! of Grenada, former Mississippi Amateur Champion, are among the golfers competing. Stale Coaches Enter Head Coach Paul Davis of Mississippi Stale football, Joe Dan Gold, Slate's head basketball coach, are among the golfers entered. The golfers aimed towards Ih8 tournament medalist late Satur- dav. INDIANOLA - The Delta Mast- rs 36-hole Medal Play Tournament got under way here Satur- ay morning with an enlry list of 1IG. The tournament will close ate Sunday. (TheSfc AMAHAM $HOPTINO CfNlEI GMENVILIE, MISS. 1004 LeMaiis Convertible Extra Sharp Pmver Steering. Drakes Top Poker White Mirnmba Red Interior Still in New Car Warranty Greenville Buck- Caclillac-I'ontiac Co. Davobvn Grico.lll. 332-5493 M'Gough, 2 Others IrVin In Tournament Dill McGough had the fewest putts -- 14 -- in the junior golf ournament Saturday at Green- ille Golf and Country Club. Mike Richardson was low gross vinner with 51 for the 9 holes. Cherie Richardson with 14 had he fewest pctts among the girl ;olfers. Because of Ihe opening of the swimming pool the field was reduced to 10 golfers. The Ladies jolt Association directs the tournament. DRS. EDITH WAYNE COX CHIROPRACTORS Leyser B!dg. Ph. 5-2033 GREENVILLE BOWLING LANES P R E S E N T S . . . STUDENT SPECIAL ONLY Tuesday Only June 1st, 9 am-G pm. Greenville Bowling Lanes - THOMAS SHOPPING CENTER - LEADS MEN'S TOUKNEY GOLFERS: Greenville's Joe Glass Jr., fired 32 points to pace nil of Ihe players in the Delta Inter-Club -l-ronnd tournament held at Yazoo City, Greenville, Clnrksdale mid Greenwood. Glass (allied 32 points. 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