Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 7, 1974 · Page 9
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Six Drivers Top 180 Miles Per Hour at Indy INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Grant King is a car owner, designer, builder and chief mechanic who runs the No. 1 "shoestring" racing team for Indianapolis-type cars. "We're the only ones who run up front of those who build their own cars," King said. "Our cars have always been up front, been competitive in their time." Last year. King's entry finished sixth at the Indianapolis 500. He expects to do even better this year with top rookie prospect Tom Sneva driving for him. Sneva turned in some of the fastest laps Monday as the Indianapolis Motor Speedway opened for practice for the May 26 race. While King specializes in the low-slung open cockpit racers, he spends most of his time building dirt cars, sprints, midgets and various racing parts, such as radiators. He employs up to nine persons year-round and runs a shop for painting, body work, machining and repair in his plant a few miles west of the speedway. Building cars that run as fast as 200 miles an hour is sometimes based more on instinct than science. King noted. "Our cars are not 100 per Celtics Face the Pressure Tonight MILWAUKEE (AP) - Milwaukee Bucks' Coach Larry Costello has tipped his hand. but the pressure will be on the Boston Celtics tonight to react. Costello said Monday he will challenge the Celtics with the same three-forward alignment the Bucks had used to win 97-89 Sunday, squaring their National Basketball Association championship series at 2-2. By starting 6-foot-7 reserve forward Mickey Davis at guard in place of Ron Williams, the Bucks created a size mismatch against Celtic guards Jo-Jo White and Don Chaney. With Davis working the 6-3 White inside for easy shots that produced 15 points, the Bucks harnessed the press Boston had used in earlier games to wear down 35-year-old Oscar Robertson. Sunday's victory regained the home court advantage for the Bucks. Winner of tonight's nationally televised game (9:30 p.m. EDI) can clinch the best-of-seven series by winning at Boston Friday night. A seventh game, if needed, will be here Sunday. Davis repeatedly took White to the baseline Sunday and scored eight points in the first quarter. Celtics' Coach Tom Heinsohn later used Chaney, Paul Westphal or.forward John Havlicek on Davis, but the shifts took pressure off Robertson and Buck forward Bob Dandridge. Robertson, able to advance the ball more quickly to the Bucks' frontcourt. helped set up 7-2 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for 34 points and Dandridge for 21. "If they switch Havlicek from forward to guard, they have to come up with somebody on Dandridge." Costello said. "In that situation, we can play Mickey and not get hurt." Celtic forward Paul Silas said. "We're.going to have to adjust. It's awfully tough when they take you down low like that." Schulz Fires 78 in Knight Victory FORT DODGE-Steve Schulz's 78 led Kuemper to a 327 to 362, 18-hole golf victory over St. Edmond here Monday. Jeff Hunter added a 79, Steve Garbier an 81 and Mike Gute an 89 for the Knights. Paul Leehy and John Morse carded 87s for the losers and teammates Randy Kirchner and John Lose added 94s. . St. Edmond took the junior varsity match, 366 to 377, as Mike Lose fired an 89 for the Gaels. Chris Rosberg added a 90. Mark Stuhr a 92 and Keith Kaiser a 95 for the Fort Dodge school. Scott Tessmer had an 89 to lead the Knights, followed by Joe Kruse with a 90 and Brad Fleskes and Dave Bruner with 99s. In a girls match at the Carroll Municipal course, Fort Dodge downed Kuemper, 185 to 200. as Sam McCormick fired a 40 for medalist honors. Ann Wiewel added a 45. Mary Ann Woodward a 49 and Diane Johnson a 51 for the Dodgers. Mary Ann Wernimont led Kuemper with a 47. Karen Nieland was next with a 50 and Diane Twit and Ann Fangman came in with 51 and 52 respectively. Kuemper's next match is Wednesday at Coon Rapids. Girls (Continued From Page 8) Cowrie. 880 Yard Run — 1. Rosemary Holden, Scranton, 2:25.5; 2. Sally Hirschberg, Paton-Churdan. 400 Meter Shuttle Relay — 1. Prairie of Cowrie (Marie Rolling, Kathy Thye, Judy Farnam and Kathy Sandeen), 54.8; 2. Boone. 220 Yard Dash — 1. Lea Hendrick, Lohrville, 26.4; 2. Kim Barnes, Fort Dodge. 220 Yard Low Hurdles - 1. Julie Goodrich, Adel, 31.1; 2. Ann Vaughn, Ogden. 880 Yard Relay — 1. Jefferson-(Debbie Davis, Kathy Smith, Lorie Lawson and Kris Hagedorn), 1:56.6; 2. Prairieof Cowrie. One Mile Run — 1. Rosemary Holden, Scranton, 5:22.2; 2. Barb Brown, Adel. 440 Yard Relay — 1. Prairie of Cowrie (Marie Rolling, Kim Knutson, Karen Morinex and Kathy Sandeen), 52.6; 2. Boone. One Mile Relay — 1. Adel (Colleen Carfoll, Sherry Blome, Gisele Gowin and Julie Goodrich), 4:14.8; 2. Lohrville. Shot Put -1. Sheryl Danner, Glidden-Ralston, 36-4%; 2. Joyce Elder, Adel. Long Jump — 1. Barb Brown, Adel, 15-8%; 2. Lori Lawson, Jefferson. Softball Throw — 1. Joyce Elder, Adel, 217-6; 2. Colleen Peterson, Dayton. High Jump — 1 . Terese Happe, Paton-Churdan, 5-0; 2. Kris Hagedorn, Jefferson. Discus Throw — 1. Joyce Elder, Adel, 114-4; 2. Marty Guess, Paton-Churdan. Major Leagues By The Associated Press National League East W L Pet. GB St. Louis Montreal Philadelphia Chicago New York Pittsburgh Los Angeles Houston Cincinnati San Fran. Atlanta San Diego 1412 1010 1313 913 1015 814 West 18 9 1711 1211 1413 1314 1316 .538 .500 .500 .409 .400 .364 .667 .607 .522 .519 .481 .448 cent blueprinted," he said. "You know basically what will work and what won't. After the car is built, a lot of things are built on. bolted on. as needed." H i s Offenhauser-powered "Kingfish" chassis, similar to the popular Eagle, is as competitive as any he's built. His two entries for the 500 are the same ones he fielded last year. So far this season, Sneva has Times Herald, Carroll, la. ^ Tuesday, May 7, 1974 V qualified one car on the front row for one race and led another. But new power restrictions will force King to build new cars next season. "When we had all that horsepower to waste before this year, you could tolerate a little clumsi- ness in the cars." he said. "But little things make a big difference now." The cost of the new cars will make it tough for King, and probably for a lot of others, to stay in car ownership, something he was forced into a couple of years ago to stay in racing. "I'm a chief mechanic, not an owner," he said. "I keep hoping somebody with money will be impressed enough with our operation to take over the ownership. But the longer I do it myself, the farther away I seem to get from finding an owner." Others over 180 m.p.h. were Mike Mosley. Salt Walther, Steve Krisiloff and Tom Bigelow. In all. 27 rars made it on the track, surpassing tho pre- vious opening day high of 13 in 1961. Fvi -:i winning races such as Indy, with an estimated $250,000 winner's purse, wouldn't solve King's money worries: "The year we win here, we might break even." Sneva was one of six drivers who topped 180 m.p.h. Monday in the first day of practice. Bobby Unser paced the field with a 188.245 circuit. 1 1 3 34 4 '•> 4 4 5 5 Monday's Games San Diego 7, Philadelphia 6 Los Angeles at Montreal, ppd., rain San Francisco at New York, ppd., rain Only games scheduled New York Detroit Baltimore Cleveland Milwaukee Boston Texas California Chicago Minnesota Oakland Kansas C. American League East W L Pet. 1612 13.12 1212 1313 1011 1115 West 1511 1512 1212 1112 1214 1014 .571 .520 .500 .500 .476 .423 .577 .556 .500 .478 .462 .417 GB I 2 2 24 3 4 Monday's Games Detroit 5, Chicago 4 New York 6, Texas 4 Cleveland 5, California 3 Baltimore 6, Oakland 3 Only games scheduled FILLED BY OlYMPIA 8 the Water ••V AND SOLVENT PROPERTIES OF OW» • iA ^ US TO ATTAIN PERFECTION IW TNK ««t* CONTENTS 12 FIJII The name's Olympia Beer. But our friends call us Oly. And if you've traveled around the country, we may already be friends. Or there's a good chance somebody might have brought you a six-pack of ice cold Oly to share. Anyway, we're here now and we think you're going to like us. Olympia Beer. You owe it to yourself. AH Olympia cans and bottles are recyclable Olympia Brewing Company, Olympia, Washington 'OLY'^

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