Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 153
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 153

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IMfl The AritoM Republic Ph^nl*, Sat., June 30,1973 ~ _/Ml EDITIONS ~ . „ ' tf Black athletes named for hall Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) - Willie Mays, Muhammad Ali and Wilt Chamberlain will join 36 other athletes in the National Black Sports Hall of Fame Sept. 10. f.»l The athletes, who will be inducted at a $100-a-plate dinner in new York, were select«d by editors of Black Sports !i magazine. jff •' i>.The names of all but one irttere released Friday. The \ §9th choice will be announced \ fit the dinner. I Funds from the dinner are Ao be used to help build a i* _ •« .. * . * * Wi, < York the possibly in the New area, to memorialize 1973 inductees and ath- r jetes to be chosen annually by ," a committee yet to be named, •/'Allan Barron, the magazine's \ pOblisher said. ,,»,"This is not another form of •lleparatism," Barron added. i|i"It's an attempt to insure the p Continuity of success and glo- :|"'ry that the black athlete has '.< brought to America and •i black Americans in the total '\ society. It will be an educa— i tional and cultural establish- 3 ment." , •i Joining Mays, Ali and 'i Chamberlain in the Hall will * be 80-year-old Fritz Pollard, a All-American running tJMidgets, cycles ^buggies at CAR . ( AMODC midgets, motorcy- ' cles and sandbuggies will be : / 4he variety offered at Cen- ;..fpal Arizona Raceway tonight. * midgets will be compet- ng on CAR'S quarter mile oval, the bikes on the quarter *>and half and the sandbuggies on a special bump and grind '^course. ' California drivers in- fcluding four from Ascot Sta- .fdium led by Tim Lightfoot ^are expected to join Arizona Isandbuggy forces. ,-J Ed Beard in a Pinto pow- -jered buggy heads up the Arizona forces while Al Bonebrake is set to make his first start of the year in a Chevy .II powered buggy. Bob ;Homes, the last CAR winner, -Jim Cunningham and Jim Easter are top local hopefuls. *1 OUR PRICE IS RIGHT The greatest RV value for the lowest possible •price. The all new Explorer for'1973 is priced right to fit your budget. Starting at $7995* for an Explorer 20—-fully self-contained, sleeps up to 8, We offer high trade-ins, low down payments, long term bank financing and expert budget planning. •'Manufacturer's suggested retail price less taxes, license, preparation and transportation costs, if any. Hwyjysyjjr • W««k*«» . ^«4»'iu*».«. •iiMWtVkUvff.1. •f-jj@5LJ& ««^««4»'iu*».«. g <*ms5&'\ iENERAL IMC 140* EAST CAMfLRACKROAQ. back at Brown University. Other black football players to be honored are Jim Brown, Dr. Brud Holland, Herb Mcdonald Marion Motley, Paul Robeson and Buddy Young. Representing baseball are Roy Campanella, ft o b e r t o C 1 e m e n I e, Martin Dihigo, Larry Doby, Monte Irvin, Minnie Minoso, Satchel Paige and Jackie Robinson. Elgin Baylor, Chuck Cooper, Dr. B. B. Henderson and Bill Russell will represent basketball while Henry Armstrong, Joe Louis, Sugar Ray Robinson and Jose Torres represent boxing. Track and field inductees include Cleveland Abbot, Bob B e a m o n, Harrison Dillard, Rafer Johnson, Ralph Metcalfe, Jesse Owens, Eulace Peacock, Wilma Rudolph and Willye White. Tennis players Althea Gibson Darden and Dr. Robert Johnson and golfer Charlie Sifford also will be inducted. Also at the dinner, Id athletes will be honored for their current achievements—Hank Aaron, baseball; Arthur Ashe, tennis; Rod Milburn and Robin Campbell, Itrack; Nate Archibald, basketball; Chuck Ealey, football; Lee Elder and Renee Powell, golf; ,Qeorge Foreman, boxing, and jockey Angel Cordero. NEW 1973 QLDSMOBILES Good Selection In Stock! ., •— .. ^JL|_ - - . Ready For Immediate Deli very HOLIDAY OLDS 3S30 N. Scottsdale Rd. BENT A MOTOR HOME Select and r«s«rv« your fully lelf con- toined mat Of hort« for your Summer Holiday! and your SumrtW VocaN«m. MINIS, MIDIS, MAXIS, fttAS0Mi$p|ltief S TRAVEL 839*3136 c5* D VENTURE ot&MERlCA ^ I *Hh« RV CENTIR ^ i 1346 W. BftOADWAY, Mt$A 3™ j From Andy Capp-to The Wizard of Id, The Arizona Republic's comic characters keep you laughing. ^MHF Cars DOUBLE-BELTED STEEL RADIAL AS LOW AS ,64 iai^|l^^ : pj| :;: ?Sr : ^iSf B|i -^^^PPsjii^il^lPsliiPif *i '•MMI f \j?^u^ SIZE REPLACES PHftffe. 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