Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 29, 1973 · Page 123
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 123

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Race credit goes to dentist Phoenix, Frttay, Sum », 1971 ft-S Asiodnted Press MOUNT POCONO, Pa. - If Sunday's Schaefer 500 mile championship race is a success, much of the credit will go to a man who has spent half of his life filling cavities. Dr. Joseph Mattioli is the chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Po* cptio International Raceway and for the moment he is torn between his loyalty to dentistry and to the race course he helped bring alive. If all goes well — good racing weather and any sort of fair return on an extensive promotional campaign involving some of Pennsylvania's biggest industrial firms — he hopes to see about .100,000 people tramping over what used to be a well - paying spinach field. Dr. Mattioli, 48, long since has reduced his Philadelphia dental practice to two days a week, Mondays and Thursdays, and involves himself with staging a $374,000 show that in the past hasn't been all that successful. "We're beginning to catch on," says the slightly greying dentist, who at Jersey Shore, P.A, High School missed only two quarters of play in four years as a football lineman. "We're right in the middle of 40 million people who live within a 200 miles radius of Reichardt on waivers Associated Press CHICAGO — The Chicago White Sox announced Thursday they have requested waivers for the unconditional release of outfielder Rick Reichardt. Reichardt, 90, left the Sox dugout Tuesday night in Chicago and failed to join the team on its trip to Anaheim for Wednesday night's game with the California Angels. A club spokesman said general manager Stu Holcomb made the decision to ask for Reichardt's unconditional release after "he was unable to contact Reichardt Wednesday and was advised by a business associate of Reichardt's that Reichardt did not intend to rejoin'the team." Reichardt reportedly left the team because he was upset over his 1973 contract which has not been 'signed. He and infielder Mike Andrews are the two Sox players not signed for the 1973 season. The Sox obtained Reichardt in 1971 from the Washington Senators in exchange for pitcher Gerry Janeski. Reichardt originally was signed in 1964 by the California Angels. In eight seasons, Reichardt has batted .263 and hit 111 home runs. In 26 games this year, he was batting .275 with three home runs. the Poconos, and sooner or later we're going to get them interested. Sort of like the television commercial says, sooner or later we're going to get 'em." Mattioli says Sunday's 33- car starting field is the best put together in his three years of staging the middle race in what is billed as the United States Auto Club's "Triple Crown" of championship auto racing. "I believe our lineup is more representative of the real solid drivers than was Indianapolis," he said. "The average speed of our qualifiers was 183.559 miles per hour, which means that there's an average of only about seven miles difference between pole position winner Pete Revson and last place starter Mel Kenyon." Revson won the pole with a track record 190.648 m.p.h. Kenyon won his 33rd spot with a speed of 176.730. In between these two, however, are 23 other drivers whose four-lap speeds exceed- INVESTORS BONANZA HIGH COOL COUNTRY '48" = 40'-r •Abundont loft mineral free water, surveyed roodi, h.ovilv wooded great APR 8% - 12 j yri - $500 dwn. D.F. $7516.00 24Hr.Ttl»phontCiM •iCValltyUndCo. S4T-MII Sun Devils lose leading recruit Arizona State's baseball team lost its No. 1 recruit for next season Wednesday when Robin Vount of Woodland Hills, Calif, was signed by the Milwaukee Brewers. Yount, a shortstop, was the third player selected in the recent baseball draft. 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Disc brakes are designed to resist fading, even after repeated panic stops. So Volvo has disc brakes on all four wheels, And Volvo doesn't stop there. It has a braking system with two independent sets of three-wheel disc brakes, If one set fails, the other still gives you about LEASE PLANS AVAILABLE TEST DRIVE A VOLVO TODAY! 80% of your braking power. * Of course, driver fatigue can be just as dangerous as mechanical failure. So Volvo comes with bucket seats that let you concentrate on the road instead of the pain in your back. The seat-backs are infinitely adjustable with a special adjustment that allows them to be made firmer or softer. And since you really can't concentrate on what's ahead of you when you're worried about what's behind you, Volvo has a rear window defroster. As well as rear door locks that children can't open from inside. So when making plans for a long weekend, maybe you should plan on buying a Volvo. There's nothing like being prepared for the holidays. 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