Southern Illinoisan from Carbondale, Illinois on February 12, 1969 · Page 17
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CarbomJale Herrin Murphysboro SOUTHERN ILLINOISAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 196? Page Seventeen Diane Crump passes test Girl jockey will get license in Florida For Daytona 500 race Ford engine is ruled ineligible Upsets mar Salisbury tennis meet College basketball Holy Cross 97, Mass 63 Davidson 114, Richmond 95 VPI 68, Virginia 64 Ohio State 88, Purdue 85 Michigan 92, Illinois 87 Iowa 84, Northwestern 8 0 (OT) Wisconsin 69, Minnesota 63 Drake 91, N. Texas 67 Detroit Ford Motor Co. racing officials, detoured by a ruling Tuesday by the Auto Competi tion Committee of the United The new engine has a crescent shaped aluminum head and the valves are staggered. It has been dubbed a "porcupine engine." Ford had planned to install it in a new high performance Mustang and also use it in its stock car racing program. It could become eligible for racing later. Ford last used the 427 with a single carburetor in 1966. The company had hoped to have the new engine approved in time to use it in the Feb. 23 race. Because of the delay the Ford entries in the race did not show up last Sunday to run for the two front row spots in the lineup. The pole spot went to Dodge. States, were scheduled to meet as a rider last Friday. But Diane apparently broke down the last resistance from the men Tuesday. Some grudgingly complimented her. "They had to tell her to weigh in after the race but she did all right," said Angel Cordero Jr., the nation's leading rider. "She looked good out there," said Ron Turcotte, who had refused to ride against Miss Crump Friday. "You could see she was getting tired at the end. today to discuss plans for the Mich. St. 71, Notre Dame 59 Daytona 500 stock car race. Missouri 79, Nebraska 60 W. Mich. 85, Marshall 74 The committee from the AC- CUS ruled that Ford's new 429 Wesleyan 88, Elmhurst 55 Wheaton 66. N. Central 64 cubic inch semi-hemi engine is and I have another horse to ride Saturday and three or four next week." ROD LAVER WINS ORLANDO NET CROWN Orlando, Fla. (AP) Rod Laver of Australia beat fellow countryman Ken Rosewall 64,6-2 Tuesday night to win the championship in the fifth annual Orlando Invitational Professional Tennis Tournament. Aussie Roy Emerscn defeated Pancho Gonzalez of Los Angeles 7-5, 9-7 in the consolation round. Laver and Emerson downed Gonzalez and Rosewall 2-6, 6-4, 6-3, in doubles. ineligible for stock car rac Quincy 84, W. Illinois 72 ing. Rice 75, Baylor 73 Arkansas 63, TCU 47 tee... After conferring with Ford uml usim T7Y7 Miami (AP) Diane Crump, the slender, 20-year-old blonde who broke the sex barrier in thoroughbred horse racing, will ask for her Florida jockey license today and she'll get it. After Miss Crump brought a 24-1 longshot, Bridle 'N Bit, home fifth in a 12-horse field at Hialeah Tuesday, steward Keene Daingerfield said .-he would be issued a license as soon as she asks for it. Jockeys must ride twice to qualify for a license and Miss Crump handled her horse nicely Tuesday in her second outing. She rode Bridle 'N Bit, then a 48-1 outsider, to 10th place in a field of 12 last Friday in a woman's first competition against men on a m a j or American track. An attempt by 19-year-old Barbara Jo Rubin to become the first girl rider was blocked by a male jockey boycott earlier at Tropical Park. And six riders canceled their mounts when Miss Crump was named SMU 84, Tex. Tech 65 officials, the committee said Texas A&M 70, Texas 6 9 that while the required 500 Salisbury, Md. (AP) The first two major upsets of " the 66th U.S. National Indoor 1 Tennis Championships were recorded Tuesday when defending champ Cliff Rickey and New Zealand's Brian Frailie were eliminated. Iamael El Shafel of the United Arab Republic took a 6-1, 6-4 victory over Richey, the No. 4 domestic seed from San Angelo, Tex. In one of the most contested matches of the week-long meet, Czech national champion Jan Kukal ousted Frailie, third foreign seed, 18-16, 7-5. Favorite Clark Graebner of New York, top-ranked American since the withdrawal of Arthur Ashe, beat Herb FitzGibbon of Garden City, N.Y., in another second-round match. The other remaining U.S. engines had been produced they had not been mounted in a (OT) PRO CAGE SCORES NBA vehicle as the rules also re quire. San Francisco 92, Atlanta Ford now is faced with the How do you make even an ordinary dish taste extraordinarily good? Smart cooks do it with delicious Ronco 87 But heck, I get tired myself sometimes." Miss Crump broke Bridle 'N Bit alertly, stayed on the rail all the way, and whipped left-handed through the stretch run. Her mount was fourth going into the first turn, dropped back to seventh on the back side, then closed ground in the home stretch. "It went very well, much easier than last time," she said. "I had the experience of being in tight quarters and survived it. "I'll get my license tomorrow, prospect of using its old 427-cubic inch engine in the race, Baltimore 124, Chicago 116 Philadelphia 12 9, Cincinnati egg noodles. Lots of different widths and styles. held annually at Daytona Beach, Fla. The engine was TUESDAY'S FIGHTS WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. - Each one best in its class. used in some races last year Ken Norton. Los A n e e 1 e s 112 ABA Houston 101, Oakland 100 Minnesota 115, Kentucky 105 Denver 103, Miami 98 Dallas 104, New Orleans 93 knocked out Joe Hemphill, Los Angeles, 3, heavyweights. equipped with two four-barrel carburetors, but NASCAR rules this year limit racing engines to one carburetor. 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