The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on May 31, 1965 · Page 10
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Greenville, Mississippi
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Monday, May 31, 1965
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Indianapolis 500 Blasts Delia Democrat-Times Monday, May 31. '65 33 Racers Battling for Wealhcr Outlook Favorable Big Event Is Due Jo Draw 300,000 Fans I NDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) -- Auto racing's richest and riskiest event, the 500 mile Speedway challenge runs today with more variables than almost any other of the 48 previous spectacles. 'Ihe sport's fastest pilots and survived last year's record-set- ascual Issues 4 Hits As Twins Whip Solons, 6-0 By United Press Internationa! Camilo Pascual is r e s t i n g nd enjoying it more. The ace curveball artist ofj he Minnesota Twins was ad-] iseci this spring by new pitching coach Johnny Sain that he might be able to keep his arm! speediest cars were in the field of 33 starters, scheduled to literally blast off at noon (EOT) in ing run without a change Twelve cars run on Goodyears. A f t e r qualifying tests, these de- with bccji full fue! modifiec the three and a half hour chase veloped shredding when testing for the major share of WiSat at high speed should be a $550,000 jackpot. loads. They've The weather outlook was one of the most favorable on record, no rain and a high temperature in the mid-70's, lessening the blistering burden of heat effects on both machines and men. Seek Greater Share Car owners went on record asking for a larger share of the receipts of Ihe race, expected one lap record of 161.958 miles to pull more than 300,000 fans and may last. Rut the fan does not know, and while the drivers and experts think they do, they admit uncertainty. Tire improvements were esti mated to have added three miles per hour to the average speed of the starters, and were credited in part for A. J. Foyt's at a minimum charge of $5, and said they had been promised $2,000 per starting car additional from closed circuit television But receipts, the financial problems were secondary today to the imponderables for the racing fans. Can the Ford engines hold rear-engine car win per hour and four lap record o: 161.233 in qualifying, which won him the pole position. Foyt, with Goodyear tires was one of the standout favor ites. He has won twice. Bu Parnelli Jones, the only othe winner in Ihe field, Jim Clark a former world champion from Scotland, Dan Ciurney, and vet eran Jimmy McElreath alsi up? Can a for the first time? Is the Offen- were worthy of consideration, hauser through? Will a Novi finally win? Will tires hold up? No renr-engine car ever has won the event; 27 start today's race. Seventeen cars are powered by Ford, and regardless of speed, the race is certain to rank as the noisiest in history. The Fords sound like a Gemini rocket in your pocket. Offenhauser engines have won every race since 1946. But only 14 Offies are in today's field to Facls ; Figures On 500 Mile Race INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UII -- Facls and figures on the 43t! annual 500-mile Speedway aut Ten of them are in rear-engine machines. Still Without Win The Novi has been around the track for 20 years, unquestionably the most powerful engine ever to run around the 2 J /2 mile asphalt circuit. They're the crowd pleasers of the field, bul never have won. Twenty-one cars ride on Firestone tires. The same which Crampton Wins Festival Open INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) --Regardless how he fares the rest of the s e a s o n , Bruce Crampton will be one of golf's big money winners in 1JKJ5. Australia's gift to t h e PGA circuit became the first triple- winner of Ihe tour Sunday by winning the $87,000 "500 Festival" Open by a single stroke with a 72-hole score of 279, five under par. A mighty 3-3ron swing got him ou' of trouble on the 18th hole Place -- Indianapolis Moto Speedway. j Field -- The fastest 33 car in qualifications. Defending champion -- A. Foyt, Houston, Tex. Race record -- 147.350 m.p.h. Foyt, 1964. Top favorites -- Foyt, Jim Clark, Dan Gurney, Mario An drefti, Al Miller, Jim McEl reath. Starting time -- noon (EOT) Total purse -- $550,000 (estimated) with about $165,000 to the winner. Probable attendance -- 300,000 (estimated). Weather -- Sunny with the temperature in the 70s. -- Speedway Radio coverage network of more than 800 sta lions, including Armed Forces Radio Network, and Voice of America. Television -- Closed circui coverage in about 150 cities (In dianapolis area blacked out). Boston, Connolly Set Track Marks MODESTO, Calif. (UPI)-The and onto the green for a scram- future still belongs to Ralph blinp, par 5, averling i\ suddenlBoston and Hal Connolly de death playoff with Lionel He-lspite their long and colorfu bert and Jacky Cupil. past in the world of track arx That closing round of 71, cvem field. par, was worth 515,200, boost-l Boston, now 26, set a worli ing Crampton's official money record of 27 feet five inche earnings for [he year to $43,095.1 Saturday during the 23rd an Only Masters's champion Nicklaus with $17,900 banked more greenbacks year. Nicklaus did not pete. nual renewal of the Califomi; relays. And bulky Hal Connolly, wh Jack has this com-jhad been pronounced washed u 'as far back as 1961, smashed th Nopoad? Noproojem! Test tii'ii/e this Jeep Universal ". · ·· ··.'· ·-· ~x\ better condition vith only three days :cad of four. Pascual agreed to give pitching! rest "I've never pitched e v e r y ourth day for a whole season," remember my best days 'ascual said, "but I pitched some of ames with only three est." The extra work has helped' 'ascual to his best start in 12 lajor league season. The ear-old righthander won his! ixlh straight game without a; oss Sunday, blanking t h e Washington Senators 6-0 on four lits. Twins On Rise Pascual's victory boosted the I'wins back into first place in he American League. The New York Yankees trimmed t h e Chicago White Sox 3-2 in 12 innings to drop the Sox a half- lame off the pace. In other AL games Boston trimmed Kansas 1-2 in 11; Baltimore tripped Los Angeles 4-3 and Cleveland wunded Detroit 10-2. Marlene Hagge Zaharias Winner BEAUMONT, Tex. (UPI) · t's been a long time between irst prizes for Marlene Hagge, mt if she continues putting like he did to win the Babe Zaharas Open Sunday her banker had est dust out some new vaults. The pert Pcnsacola, Fla. naive put $1,275 in the bank with wo "snake" putts w h e n Ihe ressure was on to defeat Cliford Ann Creed and Carol Mann n the third hole of a playoff. Miss Hagge, seemingly out of ie $8,500 tournament after she 3ogicd the 17th hole, knockekd i an 18-foot birdie putt on the nal green to make the play- ff. All three players were tied vith five-over-par 215s for 54 oles. On the third extra hole, she ined up a 51-footer and decided she had better lag it up and Walker Farms In 10-4 Victory Over Pepsi Cola Team Monday's Game: Walker v«. Harts -- 8 p.m. League Standings W L T Allied .............. 10 0 0 Walker .............. 6 3 1 TOG .................. 5 5 Hart's ................ 3 6 1 .Pepsi ................ 0 10 By BARRY JONES Walker Farms and Pepsi clash Groth And Locker {state Tourney At Natchez Win in Tourney ed Saturday night in a make-up! game that was postponed last week because of rain, with jWalker defeating Pepsi 10-4. This [was Walker's 6th win of the .season, putting them in 2nd 'place in the League. j McGarrah of Walker was the nvinning pitcher, striking out 5 Oscar Locer and Carl Groth defeated Dave Watts and Jim Dub- bcrly 1 up on the 19th. hole during the week-end in the finals of the 4-ball tournament for men golfers at Greenville Golf and Country :iub. Monroe Whiltaker and Gene Woodrick are paired with Martin Conway and Joe Glezen in the fiist flight. Assistant Pro Chuck said today 5 golfers have entered the club championship for men. Golfers must enter before tho deadline Wednesday. Girls Bowling Standings Listed The standings in the Girls Junior Bowling League for the week ending Saturday were announced today as follows: Greenville Bowlers in Tie For Top Spot W and giving up 11 hits. Pepsi's ISmith was Ihe loser. i Tonight's game between Hart's Bev " ar 15 Walkers should prove an ex- Grenada Farms 8 citing one as their last encounter ended in a tie. A bowling team from Green-: ville Lanes is tied for first in the Mississippi Slate Bowling Tournament at Natchez. Charlie Brucks said today the ive member Greenville team is tied with a Jackson team and the tournament has another week to run. The tie score, Brucks said, was 305-1. The Greenville team rf keglers h composed of Russell Smith, Herman Pure, Chester Smith, Bobby Lester and Kermit Klein. Final competition is scheduled for next week-end al Natchez. PHILS BUY BURDE1TE PHILADELPHIA (UPI)-Veteran pitcher Lew Burrictte was purchased by the Philadelphia Phils from Ihe Chicago Cubs Sunday. Burdette, 3S, was 0-J with a 5.20 ERA for the Cubs. The Cubs also asked waivers on Ryne Duren for the purposo -of giving him his release. x content with i oiled true and i par. The ball into the back f the cup for the birdie. It waa her first victory since Jctober of J964 when she won he Mickey Wright Open at ian Diego. Englishman Wins Monaco Grand Prix MONTE C A R L O , Monaco UPI)--Winning today's "Indian ipolis 500" auto race definitely means a lot in racing circles tut as far as the sports car sei s concerned Indianapolis wil lave to go a long way before I gets a champion like Graham Jill. Hill today is as popular in rfonaco as Princess Grace am veil he should be because Sun day he made sports car racing listory as he drove to his thin consecutive Monaco Grand Prix championship. An estimated 200,000 people urned out to watch the Eng ishman maneuver his BRM over t h e tough Grand Prix course in a record average speed of 74.29 miles per hour. t was one of the most exciting and spectacular races ever hclc lere as Hill fought to the enc with Italy's Lorenzo Bandini Scotland's Jackie Stewart and countryman John Surtees. world standard for the hammer throw by flinging the ball 233 :cel, two inches. Those were the two outstand ing performances at a mcel where youth took a large share AWARD WINNERS AT DSC -- Honored recently at Delta State College's annual Spring Sports Banquet in Cleveland were four basketball award winners. They are, sealed from left, Jimmy Chnncelor of Stonewall, Best Reboundcr; and Krry Hunt nf Pnragould, Ark., Best Free Throw Award; Back, from left, Kay Hughes of Mayfield, Ky., Sportsmanship Award; and Jimmy Miles of Batcsville, Best Defensive Player Award. * Walker I AB R H |Amlerson rf 4 1 2 lilorn 3b 4 1 1 Byrd If 4 1 1 iBridges2b 4 2 3 !Gower c 4 3 3 Dnwden ss 4 2 3 Frceland cf 3 0 0 McGarrah p 4 0 0 ^rash 2b 4 0 0 Totals 35 10 13 Pepsi AB R H Glenn 2b 4 1 .1 Powers ss 4 0 2 Brasher 2b 4 0 0 Cathron c 4 1 2 Colernan If 4 0 2 Tharp cf 4 0 1 Brocato Ib 2 2 1 Branning r f 3 0 0 Smith p 3 0 0 Narr rf 0 0 0 Totals 32 4 11 Froslop 6 14 Ventura Standard G 14 Loudorts 5 15 Carr Plumbing 4 4 High team series -- Bev Mar, 1316 High team game -- Bev Mar, 483 High individual series -- Janet .lanskcr, 202 High individual game -- Janet \lansker, 137 Over 10 Years Brake Front End On Finest Quality Paint . . . TRIPLE COVER «».^ WONDER-TONES HOUSE PAINT 5.29 list 7.25 gal. Whtt. tclon nlld.w rctlit cnT, nil ilianins. fital 1C Other bicndi in 4 vtai litl VINYJ LATEX 4.93 list G.GO gal. Amirlca'i numbii [i 30 GOYER PAINT HARDWARE Opin 7r30 -- 3:30 Sol. doted at 12:3O Supply Bldg, 611 Alexander Ph. ED 2-2695 RAY ALLEN Here's Week-End Sports Summary Saturday PARIS-Fred Stolle beat fellow Australian Tony Roche, 3-6, C-0, G-2, 6-3, to win the men's isingles of the French International tennis championships. SURB1TON, England - Jan Erick Lundquist of Sweden and Christine Truman of Britain captured the men's and women's titles of the Surrey Grass Court tennis tournament. NEW YORK-Cordially out distanced What A Treat by a head to win the $97,200 Mother Goose Stakes at Aqueduct. SAN FRANCISCO - The San Francisco Giants traded Harvey Kuenn, Bob Hendley and Ed Bailey to the Chicago Cubs for Dick Bertell and Leu Gabriel son. Mid-Deltans Race Boats At Knoxville A trio of Mid-Deltans, Glenn 'Pools and Sparky Griffin, both of DSC'S MOST VALUABLE -- Honored recently at Delta State College's annual spring athletic banquet were most valuable players from four sports. They arc, scaled from left, David Halbert of Amory, Miss., Golf; David Gordon of Cleveland, Tennis. Rack from left, Joe DiFabio of Cranford, N;J., Baseball; and Wayne llanes of Scottsville, Ky., Basketball. Greenville, and Sandy Ingram, are scheduled to return today from Knoxville, Tenn., where they par- ticipaled in the boat races at Knoxville Sunday, The three are among a group oi Mid-Deltans devoted to racing boats who are competing in re gattas each week-end before the North American Meet is held here in late August. Clemenle Hilling Aids Pirates To 2 By United Press International Roberlo Clemente is happy a n d h e a l t h y ngain, which makes t h e ninth-place P i t t s burgh Pirates dangerous. Clemente, so weak from a winter bout with malaria that he missed spring training, was asking lo le traded two weelss ago because standing wilh of a misunder- Mannger Harry of victories University of learn tied the as the Southern Louisiana relay world mark for the mile and high schooler Jim Ryun over of Ihe Wichita, Kan. won same distance while lost during (The Hal) Walker. Now, the National League's defending bntting champion has made peace has gained ibreaking the four minute barrier for ime. It's the original 4 wheel drive work and hobbyhorse gels you there (and your boat or trailer, tool), It's a hard worker around your home, farm, or business too. Hauling, pushing, plowing, It's a real workhorse. Take your choice With your 'Jeep' Universal, you are boss of all outdoors. Justshift into 4-wh.eel drive, and you've Cot all four wheels vrorking for you. You hug slipper/ roads like glue. You've got the extra I/action lo pull you through mud, sand, Ice, and snow. 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