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THE ANDERSON HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE U, PAQI g m Crises Settled On Eve Of Le Mans 24-Hour Race; Ford, Ferrari Ready Graham Hill In, Surtees Out Of Event By PAUL TREUTHARDT United Press International .allow Indianapolis 500 winner Hill after he quit Ferrari, but uniun, r .... .-« I Graham Hill to compete. Surtees declined. _ LE MANS France (UPI)-; Ferrari replaced former Surtees returned to M™*™-: With the settlenient Friday oflworld champion John SuvteesiItaly, to discuss wi h Commen- teomararcS threatening:with Italian Ludovico ScarfiottiIdatore Enzo Ferrari his hUur« the success of the Le Mans 24-iwhen Surtees pulled out of Iheion the Ferrari Oranfl rnx hour sports car race, Ford and'race after a dispute with team team. ' Ferrari were ready to start manager Eugenio Dragom. ; The Ford withdrawal threat—: battling for victory in Satur- Surtees' Future? day's classic event. : Ford racing Ford went into the race with had asked " the moral advantage of f ov'~ ~ which smashed National League forth« 8.3-1 practice, butj mile track in r Ferrari had the experience of \r nrc | n six successive wins here behind; WUI J III them. Ford withdrew a threat to pull all its car out of the race when a compromise 150 At Sun Valley Upwards of 150 older model reached with the' organizers to stock cars will be in the start- was JC Sales Picks Up Two Wins JC Sales won twice in this week's Connie Mack baseball games, with Supreme Tool and Guide Lamp also recording victories. JC Sales handed Albea Plumbing its first loss of the season, 4-2. Boles was the winning pitcher, with Cora taking the loss. Corn had 10 strikeouts but saw his teammates commit Learu W. L. ) . 39 23 -...35 25 35 25 35 27 ..33 28 St. Lwils"."."..."...'28 31 Atlanta 29 36 . , , , . ., Cincinnati 26 34 Officials said he broke an N C W York 24 33 backed by the German Porscne,x,san Beebe team-arose late Thursday £,{&„$« e with'nignt when Dr. Dick Thompson, 40? of Washington, D.C., I co-driver, was disqualified. unwritten rule by failing to stop after an accident and not reporting it. The decision had formerly been to disqualify the Hill-Thompson team as a unit. Ford then issued its threat. Long talks between Beebe, ing field tonight as Figure 8'sponsored team, and officials .:..-— ~4 £-.._ produced Friday's corn- seven errors. JC's other win came from Guide Lamp, 7-5. D. Hubble picked up the win, with Temple the loser. Hubble and Boles, who relieved him, held Guide to two hits. Guide had better luck against Pepsi-Cola, winning 4-3. Temple was the winner and Franks the loser in relief of Fruman. Supreme Tool came from behind to overhaul Delco-Bemy, 14-7, despite McGuire's two home for Delco. Mont- runs gomery was the winner Durham the loser. Delco-Remy vs. Albea Plumbing at 12:30 p.m. and JC Sales vs. Supreme Tool at 3. competition resumes at Sun Valley Speedway. John Spellman of Noblesville and Bill Garris of Anderson, two first - time main event winners last Saturday, will be out to reepat their success getting strong competition from a fiejd of Central Indiana's top stock car chauffeurs. Time trials for the weekly card will open at 6:40 p.m. and the first 10-lap heat starts at 8:30. As usual, two Figure 8 features will be presented by track owner Joe Helpling. Spellman and Garris won out in two of the season's most ex- ciing Figure 8 races last week before the summer's largest: crowd. Most of that crowd is expected to return to see a resumption Fields of Greenfield and Jim Brewer of Noblesville each pushing for his fourth feature triumph. Other prominent drivers in the starting field include Bill Lemon, Bill Keep, Elmer Brown and Bob Evans of Anderson, Don Andrews and Jim Wyman of Muncie; Dick Hinshaw of New Castle, John Keller and Today's schedule includes Bill Tunnell of Elwood and Herb pipn Vicente Saldivar of Mexico Rose of Anderson. Each of the Figure 8 races will start about 35 cars. promise. Chicago — 1840 Pet. G.B .629 .583 .5IU .565 .541 .475 .446 .433 .421 .310 x—west Coast night game not in standings. American League W. L. Pet. G.B Baltimore - 40 21 .656 Cleveland 36 21 .632 Detroit 36 23 California 33 29 Chicago 29 30 isota _..28 31 York 26 31 Washington 26 37 Kansas Cily 23 36 .610 .532 .492 .475 .456 .413 .390 .350 Podres p McFrlne ph 1000 Pena p 0000 niais at st mais suits Detroit OM KIO 020- ings) Special Laps The circuit will be opened specially at noon Saturday to allow Brian Muir, Ford's replacement driver, to qualify by doing at least two laps. ' Ford searched desperately Friday * morning belore tney found Australian Muir .in Seattle England ready to compete far: them. He flew over from London Friday night for special trial Saturday. There was speculation, however, that Ford might switch their Hill- teammate. The darkhorse Chaparall from Midland, ,Tex., had a Pacific Coast League (Yesterday's eames not in stand- Eastern Division Ford's Indianapolis 37 21 Tulsa _ 35 22 W. L. Pet. G.B. Phoenix . 30 31 San Diego 28 32 3enver 27 31 Oklahoma City -. 25 32 Western Division H. L. - .31 27 r :u 28 31 .1) -,,..26 30 "20 34 -- 25 36 .Portland _ (he Hawaii Tacoma . 'ct. G.B. .534 .525 .500 .-164 .460 .410 driver pairings to give more experienced of the rivalry that has Bob replacement automatic transmission installed Friday after drivers Phil Hill of Costa Mesa, Calif., and Sweden's Jo Bonnier reported suspicious noises in the unit in practice. • —* — TITLE DEFENSE MEXICO CITY (AP) - Promoter Pablo Ochoa said Friday that world featherweight cham- will make his fourth title defense here Aug. 7 against Japan's Mitsunori Seki. Your General Tire Specialist Says: Worn tires are dangerous. Have us Safety-Check them before you start on your trip. Safe vacations start with... GENERAL 4-Ply Nylon Safety Jets Modern styling and construction features for performance, |\ safety, and comfortable riding pleasure! :V N*^ 4-ply nylon cord construction mileage duragen rubber HURSDAY'S RESULTS National League San Francisco 2, Houston 1 Atlanta 17, New York 1 Pittsburgh 2. St. Louis 1 Philadelphia 12, Cincinnati S Chicago 5. Los Angeles 3 American League Detroit 16, Boston 4 Chicago 6-5, Kansas City 4-2 Washington 2, Baltimore 1 New York 7, Cleveland 6 California 7. Minnesota 2 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS National League Pittsburgh 4. Atlanta 2 New York 6-2. Cincinnati 5-1 Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 5 San Francisco at Los Angeles, Vest Coast night game Only games scheduled American League California'4. Kansas City 2 Chicago 3, Minnesota ] Washington 5, Cleveland 4 (U in- ings) New York 5, Delroit 2 Baltimore S. Boston 3 'ODAY'S SCHEDULE National League New York (Friend 0-0) at Cincinati (Maloney 7-2) Houston (Giusti Hands 5-4). San Francisco (Sadecki 3-45 at jouis (A.'Jackson 5-5)," nighl." Pittsburgh (Law 2-3) at Atlanta Johnson 5-5), nighl. American League Chicago (Lamabe 4-2) at Min- esota (Boswell 3-1). Cleveland (Siebert 6-3) at Washigton (Ortega 6-3). Delroit (Aguirre 2-3) at New York Downing G-4). Baltimore (Palmer 6-3) at Boson (Santiago 4-4). California (Chance" 4-8) at Kansas City (Dobson 2-5), night. 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Silly Season, owned by Paul tlellon of Rokeby Farms, Va., and ridden by Geoff Lewis was the odds-on 8-15 favorite. California Another American-bred horse, i 1 """" cltl Sweet Moss, owned by the c American born Lady Sassoon and ridden by Arthur Breasley, ras third a head away. sSrd w A crack performer on both Mas dirt and grass circuits in the S". 1 !!" Ll United States, Sr Stottlemyre Tops Detroit For 5-3 Victory NEW YORK (UPI) -New York Yankee pitcher Me itottlemyre gave up only five tits Friday night to beat the Detroit Tigers 5-2 and earn his "irst victory since May 27. McAulfe 3b 3 1 1 0 Tresh 3b ibrhb S 1 2 Trcwski 2b 4 0 2 0 Rchrdsn ill 5 2 3 Cash Ib Kaline cf Nrthnjp rf Horton If Frechin c Ojler u Brown ph rVilMn p 3000 Mantle rf 100 3112 Brkr pr-lb 0000 4000 Marls rf 401 4010 rtpltone ib 3 0 1 4000 Boyer • 4000 3000 nTWUU If 4010 1000 Glbns c 412 2 00 OSlottoyrt p 410 0000 000 140 OOx— 5 LOB-Detrolt 6, New Ne» York E—Northrup. •ork 9. 2B — Horton Fepltone, Richardson Oibbs. 3B-Treah. HR—Kaline (10th). Ip > rerbaao Wilson L, M 41*3 fi 5 5 1 2 Podres 12-320010 Pcna 220021 tottlemyre W, e-t i t 2 2 1 S WP-Pena. Stottlemyre. T-2:16. A—17,788. Ball ab r b bl Bos ab T h bl Aparicio ss 4110 Ptrocelli ss 4000 Snyder cf 4 2 2 0 Foy 3b 4110 F.Itbnsn rf 3112 Vastrski It 3121 B.nbnsn 3b 4113 Cngliaro rf' 3 0 0 0 Powell Ib 3010 Scott Ib 40.11 Blefary If 400 Demeter cf '4 l l 1 S.Miller p 0000 Smith 2b 400 D.Jonsn !b 4000 Ryan c 20: Etchorrn- c 3 0 0 0 Trtabull fib .1 000 "Jarber p 3-0 o 0 tonborg" p 2"o o o Hair cf 1000 Kasko ph 1000 Wyatt p 0000 Jones p& t'O 0 0 Tolab 'Hit STolils •. 393C8 alllmore OB:»»0««-5 2B-PoweH, HR-F. Robinson <17th). B. Robinson (llth). Demeter (6th), Yl kl (Jth). If k.rerbbsc arbcr W. H 7 5 3 3 3 8 Milter . ! 1 0 0.0 2 LonBorl Li 3-3 7 « 5 5 110 Wyall I 0001 T-2:17. A—15,823. :hi ab r b bl Minn ab r b bl Agee cf 4000 Tovar ss 3010 Buford 3b 4110 Rollins 30 3110 McCraw Ib 4120 Kosco If 1000 Robinsn rf 4021 Oliva cf 4000 Adair 2b 4010 Killbrw If 4010 Uarlin c 3000 Mincher Ib 4 0 <:iia ss 4011 Allison rf 3021 Berry If 3111 Battey c 301 John p 3000 Allen 2b 3000 Totals 33 3 8 3 Perry p 2000 Vldspino ph 1000 Wrthngtn p 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 1 fi 1 hicaio 001 TOO 000— 3 tinnesota 000 100 000^ 1 DP—Chicago 1. Minnesota ' 1. LOB— hicago 4, Minnesota 4. HR—Berry (1st). er bb so 1 0 6 319 000 5230 Blsngme 2b 4120 3 1 2 IHmlin ph2-b 1000 IP ohn W, 5-1 9 erry L, 2-1 B 'orthinglon 1 HBP-By John ITovar). T.2:29. A-24.343. :itTe ab r b bi Wait Dvaliilo cf Wagner If Allen p 1000 McMllln 3b 5130 Salmon ss 4122 King rf 6010 Colavlto If 5 0 1 1 Howard 11 5012 Vhltfld Ib 5000 Hen Ib 4110 Alvls 3b 4020 Lock cf 5010 Azcnc c 5010 Camilli c 5010 Brown 2b 2000 Brinkmn ss 5120 y ph 1000 Sesui p 000 Gonzlez 2b 1000 Hrnphrys p 1 0 0 0 Bell p 1000 Vlentne ph 1010 ftn ph-If 2000 Cox p 0000 Totals 39 411 4 Savrine ph 1 1 1 D Totals 43 514 3 one out when winning run scored, leteland 100 001 020 00- 4 'ashfneton 000 120 010 01— 5 E—McMullen Azcue. Gonzalez. DP— leveland 1, Washington 3. LOB— cveland 6, Washington 13. 2B—Blasingame, Howard, Davalillo. agner, Brinkman, Saverine. HR— ilmon (4th). S—Salmon. Humphreys. ip b r er bb so ell 7 9 3 3 3 B lien L, 2-J 3 52112 :gui , 231120 umphreys 6 53313 JX W. 2-3 3 30001 Sogul pitched to 1 hatter in 3rd: Allen tchcd to 4 batters in llth. b r h bt K. City »b r h bl 5121 Cmpnris ss 4000 4012 Gosger 1C 4010 t) 0 0 0 Hrshbgr rf 4000 4110 Cate ' 3010 Hrrelsn Ib 3100 0000 Green 2b 2 1 D 0 0000 Nossefc cf 3022 0000 Aker p 0000 Krkptrk rf 2001 Hoof c 3010 3000 Hunter p 2 o 0 0 o 00 0 Grilli P oooo 4000 stahl If 4220 0 0 o n 2000 1 0 0 o 1000 33474Totals 30242 ooo Haon. campaneris°~ op-Kansas l - LOB— California 6, Kansas City 3 1 1-3 2 2 2 42-3 1 0 0 3 100 7L3 6 4 4 2 5 1-31001 11-30000 4110 2000 1000 0000 loot OPTIMISTS SPONSOR BOYS' GOLF - Standing on (he right are Char/man Bob Wheat, and Orran Fadely, of Anderson Breakfast Optimist Club, with Boca Ree-AI Pro Jeff Mays, with the first group of boys who participated in the opening week's competition last Thursday of a 10-weeks league at Boca Ree-AI (inks. There will be four divisions of play and each contestant's handicap will be established by the Optimist committee members. Pro Mays will hold 15-iriinute clinics starting of 9 a.m. each week before the group plays. Between 60 and-70 boys or* expected to enroll in the league being sponsored the third year by the Breakfast Optimist. Th» sponsor is holding o chicken barbecue today from noon until tonight at the Soufhdol* Shopping Center and proceeds will be used to help defray the golf loop 4>xp»nses. (Herald Photo) -E-A-G-U-L Jack Nicklaus Blasts 'Speed-Up Policemen' JADISON JK Pottery epsi 012 340 000—3 lOx—S SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - An outraged Jack Nicklaus accused the U.S. Golf Association of Mitchell and Peek; Hall, Vass and Roberts. 0: Mitchell, 10. flEADOWBROOK Sertoma 102 001- 4 4 xjuntain Dew 231 04x-10 9 Scott, Ray 5, and Van Zandt; aker and Joy. SO—Baker 13. HR—Phillips (Mountain Dew) 2nd, none on; Van Winkle fountain Dew) 3rd, none on; aker (Mountain Dew) 5th, l n; Turner (Sertoma) 3rd, 1 n; Scott (Sertoma) 6th, none n. Today's game: 3—Local 1944 s. Hoosier Market. RANKLIN ay Less- ampbell —- 150 132—12 11 arpenters ____ 424 30x—13 7 J. Akere, T. Mason 4 and B. oust; B. Hamilton and T. ard. Monday's game: 5:30 — Pay Campbell vs. Carpenter's nion. HSKINE-NATIONAL agles 330 16—13 13 -Mart 003 30— 6 Parks and Carwile, Bennett jid Rohfling. HR—Carwile (Eagles) 6th, 2 n; Bouslog (Eagles) 2nd, 1 on; "inley (K-Mart) 4th, 1 on. Monday's game: 5:30—Local i62 vs. Eagles. Current standings: Pepsi- ola, 9-0; Eagles, 5-4; CIO 662, 4; Coca-Cola, 5-4; Anderson Yailer, 3-6; and K-Mart, 0-9. ruining the tempo of his game complaint. with "speed-up policemen hang- "One of their officials ing around my neck." "I have very seldom gotten as angry as I did out there," Nickaus fumed after taking a 71 Friday for a 142 total after two rounds of the U.S. Open Golf Tournament at the Olympic The crux of the matter is an order from the USGA to speed up play. They instituted local option rules for this tournament, requiring a golfer to putt out continuously and allowing him At Crawford Field Hoosier MM. . 000 003 0-3 9 tosh's 102 300 x-6 4 Caplinger, Cox 4 and White- ead; Arnold and Largent. Local 1045 ... 001 012 0-4 4 Guide Lamp ._ 040 100 x—5 7 Addington and Lierman; Barett and Brown. Today's games: 3—Hoosier ilkt. vs. Lynch; 5:30—Pitcock's s. Emge's; ft—Culligan's vs. 'epsi-Cola. At South Diamond 3elco-Remy ... 410 000 0—5 3 1 Lynch 200 000 0—2 4 Lane and Perkins; Eads and Etsler. SO: Lane 12, Eads 4. HR: Ferris (D-R) 1st, 2 on Decker's 101 010 0—3 6 4 Local 662 000 001 0-1 3 3 J. Taylor and Phillips; Davis and L. Shepard. SO: J. Taylor 7, Davis 5 Today's games: 12:30— Marsh's vs. First Nat'l; 3— tface's vs. DeJco-Remy; Chesterfield Lumber vs. Bes Ever. POSSIBLE STARTER - Anderson's Ken Johnson, above. No. 6 on the Indiana High School All-Slar team that will meet Kentucky's best tonight at Louisville's Freedom Hall, may start tonight in place of 7-foot Chuck Davis of Garreff, who suffered a freak injury in practice Wednesday. Bavis wai knocked out in a collision with teammate Mike No/and of Indianapolis Howe during a scrimmage and has been fold to lake it easy by coach Clean Reynolds of the All-Stars. Johnson, co-captain of the squad, has been considered the best rebounder on the leam and will see plenty of odion in any case. up to us and told us we were >laying too slow and that we'd iaye to increase our speed," he said. "And I got four bogeys in a row right 'after that. 1 can't recall when I've done that be- here," said Joe Dey, executive director of the USGA, "Nickalus irought it on himself by slow Clowns Play Here Tonight Baseball's funniest team, the Indianapolis 1 Clowns, will play the Anderson and New York All-Stars tonight at 7:30 at Memorial Field. An almost unbelievable baseball team that combines sports with the superficial and the slapstick, the world- famous all-Negro nine has produced such major league stare as Hank Aaron and John Wyatt. Men like "Sonny" Jackson and Crazy Boy Battles carry on the tradition of combining humor with the national pastime. Some of the pranks the Clowns pull are batting backwards, flying kites from center field and completely confusing the umpires by putting several balls into play at one Bruce Devlin and Tony Lema, aid !t took him 4 hours and 2 minutes to play the round. 'I'll admit we're not time. The program promises to provide nine innings 1 of nonsense, along with a spectacular brand of razzle - dazzle baseball. At any rate, it'll be entertaining. Edgewood Women's Victors Announced Results of three recent tourneys played by the Edgewood Country Club women have been announced as follows: 18-hole "Criers" tourney (sponsored by Anderson Banking Co.)—Class A — 1, Eunice Anderson; 2, Norma Waltz; Class B — 1, Helen Corbin; 2, Emma Gillespie. 9-hole front nine—Class A—1, Amy Dye; 2, Edith Pitts; Class B — 1, Ramona Gibson; 2. Marilyn,Sherborrke; Class C— Doris Roush. 9-hole back nine point tourney — Class Woschitz; 2, A Amy 1, Janice Dye; 3. Blanche Filbey; Class B — l. Joyce Jones; 2, Emma Gillespie; 3, Gusta Barcus; Class C —Jan Miller. to clean and mark his ball only unce. But that wasn't Nicklaus' Nets Topple Reds Twice, 6-5 And 24 CINCINNATI (UPI) -Eddie Bressoud drove in live runs Friday night and Jack Fisher pitched a 'five-hitter; in the {nightcap to lead the New York Mete to a 6-5, 2-1 doitbleheader sweep of the Cincinnati Reds. NT. atraMOa ' * abrhbl Hunt 2b 4112 Harper rf 3220 Bruoud ii 4 1 1 J Bon ib 4131 Jones rf 5010 Plnon d 3120 Boyer 3D 5121 colemn Ib 4024 Swrtoda if s 0 1 0 Johnooa ib o o o I Murphy a JOlOSttmaky II 4000 Luplow ph 1010 Crdnu u 4000 Lws pr-lf OlOORoli 3b 4000 Grot, c 31iOEd«»rdi Hiller pb lllONuhiDp Hmllton p 0000 Notlbrt p Krnpool Ib 3000 HeCool p McMn pn-as 0000 Peru ph Shaw p 2000 TaUT ph-c 1000 "|. 385105 OH 031 020_.« 20q la) ooo-s E—Shamsky, IOB—New . York I. Cincinnati 5." 2B—Grate, Hunt. HH—Bressoud (5tb>» Boyer (SthV SB-Pinson. S—McMillan. IP h rertbu Shaw W. 3-4 7 10 5 S Hamilton 2 000 Nuxhall « 644 Nottebart L 1-2 1 422 McCool 2 100 Nottebart pitched to 2 batters in 8th. WP-Shaw 2. T—2:29. A-5.500 (Second Game) New York - 000 000 200—2 f) I Cincinnati - 000 100 000—1 5 » Fisher 4-6 and Stcphenson; Fischer. McCool 7. Nottebart fl and Edwards. LP—Fischer 2-4. ATLANTA (UPI) -Matty AIou, collecting four singles in five at bats, drove home a run and scored another Friday night as the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Atlanta Braves 4. 2. ST. LOUIS~TUPI) -Tony Taylor scored the tying run in the eighth inning and singled home the winning run in ths ninth Friday night to lead the came Philadelphia Phillies to a 6-5 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. fore," he said. 'If there was an official lay." Nicklaus, who played with the juickest players on the tour," Nicklaus said. "But when you peed up, you ruin your tempo, ind, in the long run,, you play lower. "You can't play with someone in your back all the time. This s a little too much." In contrast, Arnold Palmer ;aid he was pleased with quick play. "We played in about 3Vz lours," Palmer said after a second-round 66 that gave him a share.of the lead. "I can't re- nember a more pleasurable wo rounds of golf in many •ears." ^ Idlewold Women's Winners Listed PENDLETON — Winners of Marciano said. six tournaments played recent- y by the Pendleton Idlewold Vomen's Golf Club have been announced by Mrs. Gladys Bowser, publicity chairman, as "ollows 18-hole, best poker hand—1, Ginny Deer; 2, Thelma Holloway; 3, Lois Pickett. 9-hole, odd hole—1, Enid Martin; 2, Helen Hobbs; 3, Dorothy Jarrett. Low gross, low net—Class A —low gross—Ada Bird; Class 3—Ann Norris; Class C—Ann Morris; low net — Class A— Gladys Alspaugh; Class B— Jerry Tolbert; Class C—Mary Stutsman. Low net, choose partners—1, Mary Stutsman and Enid Marin; 2, Gladys Alspaugh and Ada Bird; 3, Phyllis Abney and Rose Kite. Odd hole—1, Theora Ellis, 2, Dorothy Jarrett; 3, Grace Howell. 9-hole—low gross—Class A— Ada Bird; Class B—Ann Norris; Class C—Lorraine Hughes; ow net—Class A—Bobby Hig- ?enbotham; Class B — Theora Ellis; Class C—Thelma HoHo- way. New York CmtUmall Clay 'Better Than Good 7 ™ Rocky Marciano OMAHA, Neb. (UPI) former heavyweight champion tocky Mariciano says cham- )ion Cassius Clay is "better han good" although it is still to >e determined if he. can take a )uneh. Marciano, who could take and jive, was here to address some KX) boys at Boys Town recently. Marciano finished his career with a record of 49-0 to placs himself in the "better than good" class also. Forty-six were knockouts. How would Rocky fight !assius? "I'd have to fight him the same old style, the style I always used," Marciano said. This style included "corner and, rough 'em up, get low and just rip the body out of' 'em, :hen go to the head . . ." According to Marciano, Clay is a mystery. 'You don't know whether to call him a genius or a hit-and- run man. He doesn't like to ;wap But he . doesn't like to slug, doesn't have to," The former champion said he did not mean to take anything away from Clay by his comments. "There is a good relationship between us. I respect his ability," he said. ANOTHER INSANE FABULOUS FIG. 8 RACE Off The Hi-Banks SAT., JUNE 18 And Every Saturday During Season Covered by Our Famous Money-Back Guarantes GATES OPEN 6:00 P.M. TIME TRIALS 6:40 RACES ____:. 8:30 ADULTS $1.25 CHILDREN (Under 12) 25c SUN VALLEY SPEEDWAY Anderson Ph. 642-0206 NEW YORK (UPI) -Lou *— Gehrig holds the all-time record for runs batted in the American League with 184 in 1931. Modern Homes-Modern Heating "SPECIALISTS" IN HOT WATER BASEBOARD HEATING GAS AND OIL 34 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN MODERN HEATING MODERN HOME EQUIPMENT 314 EAST 21 ST. PHONE 644-9150 IS THE TIME TO PUN THAT NF * PORCH * GA1 TAT 10 * FE and ... WE WILL FINANC 644-7747 NORBURY -d HOMES

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