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Schaefer 500 rated strategic ' Alt EDITIONS Phoeftlx, Sat., June 30, 197S The Arizona Republic D-7 Associated Press MOUNT POCONO, pa. Mario Andtetti says Sunday's Schaefer 500 mile champion- snip race will be "the most strategic" in recent years for the red hot Indianapolis cars and drivers. "The guy who can stay in the thing until the end and who has the fastest, most efficient pit work will have the best chance Of winning it," the veteran campaigner said Friday. "I can't see anybody get- Ragapan Irish Derby favorite DUBLIN, Ireland (AP) - Ragapan was rated a 2-1 favorite Friday to win today's running of the Irish Sweepstakes Derby, with American-owned Hail the Pirate and Buoy close behind A 5-2. , on Hail the Pirate, by Derby Dan Farm of 0?01umbus, phio, dropped dra- rnatically in recent weeks ts open road series Sun City Saints open a lO-game road trip tonight Igainst the Fresno Rockets in Women's P ,a c i f i c Coast League Softball action. ;The Saints, led by leading hurler Paula Miller Noel, who Bias posted a 25-3 record, and sluggers Ginger Kurtz (.350) and Marilyn Rau (.360), seek (ft overtake the Orange Lio- nettes for the PCL lead. In league play, the Lionettes boast a 10-4 mark while the Saints follow at 11-5. ; Walther improves •IANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -r->; Race car driver David (Salt), Walther is now .listed in fair condition at University of: Michigan Hospital's burn center here. : ;Walther was severly burned and injured May 28 in an pileup during the Indianapolis 500. He previously had been listed in serious condition. WESTERN STRAWS For July 4th Rodeos! Open Crown And Extra Wide Brims. CLAYSTAPLEY WEAR 42 N. Central, Downtown from 33-1 in the race for which sweepstakes tickets had been sold around the world. Lester Piggott, standout British jockey, will ride Hail the Pirate. A 14-horse field was expected to compete on the Curragh Turf for the Irish record first prize of $156,240. Holders of sweepstakes tickets associated with the winner will pick up $125,000 apiece. ting by with less than eight or nine pit stops," he added, re* ferring to a new rule that limits fuel capacity on the winged, turbo-charged racers to 40 gallons. "In the past, we have been able to carry 75 gallons on board. In previous 500 mite races, such as this one last year, we could reasonably expect to go 90 to 95 miles before making a stop for fuel after that, we could get by with four more stops. "With the new rule, though, you can cut that in half, Which means you are automatically looking at a mini-, mum of eight stops, and more likely 10 depending on how fast the leaders go." Andretti, the 1969 Indianapolis 500 winner, a three-time national driving champion and currently thfe best known American driver in international competition because of his work with Ferrari of Italy, has a front row berth for Sunday. His four-lap qualifying speed of 190.164 miles per hour makes him a prime favorite to win the $364,650 race, which guarantees about $90,000 to the winner. Andretti won a 150-mile championship race at Trenton, N.J., in April for his only American victory in almost three years. Other front row starters will be Al Unser, Andretti's teammate on the Parnelli Jones "supe rteam," and pole winner Peter Revson who set new one and four lap records of 191.367 and 190.648 m.p.h. These three head up the fastest field ever qualified for r PUBLIC NOTICE 17 Must be Sold! NEW1973 INTERNATIONAL TRAVELALLS 1973 MODELS Now Only S 5088 ONE EXAMPLE: V-400 V-8 engine, Refrigeration, automatic trans., power steering, brakes, dual tanks, custom interior & exterior 2-tone paint, heavy duty front & rear shocks, carpet, radio, chrome disc wheel covers. Come see them and believe it! PLUS SALES TAX We take Yes! trade-ins __ _ We have Yes! Terms As Low As 10% Down & 48 Months on approved credit. FREE 10 SPEED 27" BIKE WITH PURCHASE OF 1973 INTERNATIONAL TRAVELALL See Them NOW - Offer Good Thru Thursday, July 5, 1973 INTERNATIONAL ADEN Monday thru UrCH Saturda'til Saturday'til 6 P.M. 317S.9thAve. - Phx. MOTOR CO. DANA BROS. 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