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Wednesday, June 4, 1969 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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,By PETER BRETT
SGuest Writer
THE OLD Mario Andretti. The skinny little guy from Nazareth,
Pa., who comes to Indy in 1965 with a hefty record of first
prize awards from all the little drag raceways across the country.,
figures Indy is nothing more than a glorified drag endurance
test whiere you open up your machine in the early laps, muscle
your way to the front of the line, 1swing around the circuit with
your engine flat out and kiss the retaining walls once in a while
so the old men can get their thrills in the grandstands, and
then slide Into Victory' Lane after two-hundred laps and pick
up your coin.
The old Mario Andretti, with his guts all knotted up as he
pulls away from the starting line, clutches quickly into second
gear as he listens to the echoes of his engine winding out,
slips into technicolor dreams of his failures at Indy for three
year3 running, he's getting tired and older, his wife, pregnant
with her third kid, waves to him from the bench behind the
starting line, shifts to third gear before he gets into the first
corner, the Yevs are petty good but the water pressure gauge
indicates he's going to have problems with the cooling system,
yes, last year--what was it then? he finished in last place In the
33-car lineup, glory, bear down on it in the straightaway and
show them bastards just who's sittin' on the power around
here. To his left, A. J. Foyt, tight-lipped, glory, the only three-
time winner at Iny,
THE OLD MARIO 'Andre tti. Everyone says he's got guts,
alrlght, that guy's gonna kill himself one day, you mark~ my
words, put him behind one of them mach~ines, and he pushes it
so hard the damn thing explodes every time, for the last three
years, maybe TOO MUCH guts, but no brains. Nearly killed
himself half a dozen different, times on this track, but he keeps
comin' hack for more. Dunno what makes that fella tick.
Sure ain't good sense, I can tell you.
Before the race this year, Andretti sits in his garage in
Gasoline Alley, by himself, watching drivers and mechanics
pushing their machines out onto the track for a final test run.
High tension, the money, failure and glory, a steaming Indiana
afternoon, rednecks behind the fence hissing out 'the drivers,'
names and pawing people for coveted autographs, eleventh-hour
-reconsiderations of a career as a race driver.
. aThey think you're a bum if you don't win this race,"
Andretti says to me.
True to his reputation, he cracked up his STP Lotus severa-
days before time trials. Wounds and long lacerations across his
face. Then he stepped into a turbo-charged Ford and took
second place in the 33-car lineup before the race.
. "What do you think .of your new car?" I asked him.
"I don't 'like it," he said, "I don't feel comfortable in it.
It might not hold together at sustained high speeds. It was
all I could find at thle last minute."
And then came the day of the race at Indy. 250,000 fans
in the bleachers around the oval track, blistering heat on the
oval radiates in shimmering waves in front of the drivers.
Andretti pulls out front in the first turn and holds lead for a
short tinme until A. J. Foyt passes him up. Lloyd Ruby passes
him up, Andretti slips back into second place again, a blur of
faces In the grandstands. The heat that day is against the
drivers. Machines are dropping out of the race becase the high-
ly-tuned engines can't withstan& the high track temperatures.
Watch it ..-
AND THEN THE NEW MARIO Andretti. Okay, we'll keep
it down this time, the cooling system is almost shot, okay now,
Foyt pulls into the pits and doesn't return to the track for 'a
half hour, keep it slow and save the engine now, or walt 'til next
year, Lloyd Ruby tries to get out of the pits too quickly after re-
fueling and loses a gas cap, now we're out in front, ease off the
throttle just a Jit there, got to save gas now, clars falling dead
right In the middle of the track because of the heat, slow it up
some more . . . race fans across the country going wild because
the fastest cars are slowing down just whlen they get into the
,lead position, pulling off the side of the oval, stopping-dead
from heat-exhaustion. Got to, got to, now-
Th e new Mari. Andretti, combining speed with sense, slides
into Victory Lane in first place this year, setting an all-time
Indy racing record at 156.867 mph. -

mark after the first week in the .West Division
season. It also jumped them, one x~kad2 1~3
percdentage point ahead of 1iitts- xseat tle 22 24 .478 4%
burgh into second place In the Chicago 28 23 .465 5
Kranhpool's first homer leading x-Laite game not included '
off the fifth inning was the first Yesterday's Results
hit off loser Alan Foster~ 0-4. Baltimore at Oakland, inc. ,
An inning later, Waynse Garrett Cleveland at seattle, inc. '
sinledandscored when Andy Detroit at California, inc.
Kosco and Willie Davis ran to- Kansas City 5Washingto 3
gether unider Clean Jones' fly ball Boston 8, Chicago 2
and it fell for a triple. Kranepool Today's Games
followed with his fifth home of Chiagor at Botondng
the season. Ne York at M0innesota, night
Seaver, who struck out nine, re- Washington at Kansas City, night
tired after eight innings and Tug Cleveland at Seattle, night
McGraw preserved the victory, Dtota aiona ih
makingaSeaver andl Chig' Ken who struck out 10 over the first
Holtmanthe only eigt-gme ive Innings but then yielded three
winners in the National League, runs in ,the sixth, walked oppos-
. * * * 'ing hurled Jim Meri'itt to open
A ~ ~ ,thesveth

NEW YORK -- Ed Kranepool
blasted a pair of home runs be- .:
hind the fine pitching of Tomn
Seaver leadingth steaig Ne
victory, a 5-2 triumph over the
Los Angeles Dodgers last night. xllaltimore
The victory moved the Mets one Boston
game over .500 - the first timexerot
i.n their eight-year history they New Yr
have passed baseball's break-even xcleveiand

East Division
W L
35 15
31 17
25 28
2 28

Pet.,
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GB
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Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 5, Atlanta 2
Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh 3'
Chicago 4, Houston 2es
San Diego 6, PhiladelphIa 5
San Francisco 9, Montreal 3
'Today's Games
Los Angeles at New York, night
Sa igo atPhiladelphia nigh t
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh, night
Houston at Chicago
Atlanta at St. Louis
NIQHT EDITOR:
PHIL HERTZ

Eas Divso
Chicago 34 16
New York 24 23
Pittsburgh 25 24
St. Loi 232
Montreal 11 34
West Division
Atlanta 29 18
Los Angeles 28 20
Cincinnati 25> 20
San Fraoncisco 25 23
San Diego 23 30

A JOR LEAGUE STANDINGS
112RICAN LEXGUE NAiTIONAL LEAGU.E

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All star
MONTREAL it/)-Maury Wills,
one of the mnodern day greats of
baseball, announced yesterday. his
intention to retire,
Jim Fanning .general manager
of the Montreal Expos, said Wills
asked to be placed on the National
League's voluntary retired list,
lie was replaced by Bobby Wine
at shortstop In last night's game
against San Francisco.
Fanning said Wills .36, asked for
a meeting with him earlier in the
day but the Montreal general

'11tIUg ULIL(
CHICAGO - Randy Hundley's
run-producing single in the sixth
inning broke a tie and carried the
Chicag Cubs to their fifth con-
Houston Astros yesterday.
Hundley's single scored Ron
Santo, who had doubled, and
snapped a 2-2 deadlock. Don
Young's double added another run
in the frame.
.The Astros had tied the score
in the top half of the sixth when
Joe Mtorgan whacked .his seventh
homer of the season.
Red Sox roymp
BOSTON - Carl Yastrzemski
Sdrove in four runs with a homer,
single and triple and Reggie
'SmitsandRico Petrocellieacon-
Boso to n82itryoe th
Chicago White Sox last night.te
Yastrzemski drilled his 13th
homer of the season and third in
four games into the screen in left
center with two men on in the
first innings.
Smith followed with a tremen-
dous blast a dozen rows up in the
center field bleachers for his sev-
enth homer, giving Jim Lonborg a
4- ushion.t The veteran rht-

Jim Beauchamp and Bobby To-
lan hit into successive forceouts,
but Tolan stole second and scored
the tie-breaking run on Johnsq~n's
single. Johnson also stole second
and scored on Perez' hit.

Thy're just sent to Sberia
By The Associated Press
* MOSCOW-The temperamental head coach of the world cham-
pion Soviet ice hockey team, Anatoly Tarasov, has been fired, a Soviet
newspaper revealed yesterday.
Tarasov's national team was defeated twice by Czechoslovakia at
this year's World Championships in Stockholm but managed to retain
the title.
The Czechoslovak victories led to anti-Soviet displays in Stock-
holm and violent demonstrations in several Ozechoslovak cities against
the Soviet occupation. *
The announcement of Tarasov's dismissal, today gave no ex-
planation for the move, however.
-Tarasbv had been "disciplined" last month for delaying a nation-
ally televised hockey game because he disputed a penalty called by
a game official.
* * * *
* MCKEESPORT, Pa.-Arnold Palmer, who helped build the pro
golf tour into a $6 million enterprise, easily qualified for the Na-
tional Open golf championship yesterday and commented afterward:
"I guess there's a little spark in the old man yet." ''
The Latrobe, Pa., millionaire, who won the Open in 1960, lqst
three times in playoffs and rinished second on another occasion, fired
a 70-68-188 in two rounds over ph& Youghiogheny Country Club course
in a big-time atmosphere.
* * * *
* DETROIT-Officials of Natiojal Basketball Association clubs
yesterday opened up a three-day meeting where Issues will be dis-
cussed such as the 1969-70 NBA schedule and possible new rule
changes.
Kennedy said other issues the owners will discuss include matters
pertaining to the players associdtion and approval of the new owners
of the Boston Celtics,
Concerning rule changes, the present use of the zone defense is
expected to be debated.
* * * *
* LOS ANGELES-The Los Angeles Kings of the National
,Hockey League announced yesterday that Coach Red Kelly has been
fired.
The club issued what it called a co-statement by owner Jack Kent
Cooke and Kelly which said his cont act will not be renewed when
it expires July 14. i
Kelly's long-rumored departure from the Kings left Cooke's
sport enterprise with two coa'ching jobs open. Bill van Br-eda Kolff of
the Los Angeles Lakers resigned last month and was promptly engaged
by the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association.

Maury Wills

trouble most of the spring, then
breezed to his fifth victory with-
out defeat.
Petrocelli,. a slick fielding short-
stop who has never hit more than
18 homers in a' season, continued
his red-hot slugging by lining his
17th home run and third in three
gmsleadin off the fifth.
* * *
Pirates sunk
PITTSBURGH - Alex Johnson
and Tony Perez lined run-scoring
singles wlth two out in the seventh
inig, sparking the Cincinnati
Reds to a 7-3 victory over Pitts-
burgh last night, their 10th tri-
umph in the lasUi 11 games. -
Pittsburgh starter Bob Veale,''

mager was tied up most of the
day with other business.
When Fanning did get a few
minutes, he went to his office and
found a "simple, typewritten let-
ter" requesting that Wills be
placed on V h e voluntary retired
list.
Fanning said he would submit
Wills' letter to the baseball com-
ils wnras0 drafted from Pitts-
burgh by the Expos in the expan-
sion draft last Oct. 14.
In a brief statement, Fanning
said.
"Tonight, Maury Wills asked
for a n d submitted a 'letter -
questing voluntary status. We ad
'a nice visit and there is no dqubt
int my mind that he is sincere W
ing g~is wishes."
Wills had a 198 battingaeig
In 43 gamesa with the Expoayehi
year. But coming Into this season,
his 11th in the major leagues,
Wills had a lifetime batting aver-
age of .287 with the- Dodger~s and
Pirates.
He set a modern major league
record in 1962 when he stole 104
bases.
He h a d 12 stolen bases in V?
attempts this year.
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KIRK ON BRIDGE.:
,Unusual bidding may prove suecessful

By LEE KIRK
One of the most popular diver-
most every night, there Isratgeast
one game, and quite often there
are several. The quality of pjlay |
would not grab the eye of Charles |
Goren, in fact, it is sometimes
pathetic. More often than not, the
best laid plans get screwed up.
In today's hand, names will not
be used so as to protect the guilty
parties here at The Daily-parties
who might otherwise 'wring my
neck.
North-South were having a
miserabie night, and poor North
was rapidly reaching a point
where anysitpheaed b an ae
imagine his reaction when he first
gazed upon his diamond suit.
With favorable vulnerability,
North was In a position to gamble
-East was not. His hand had
good values, but there could be
danger if he overcalled, so he
doubled for takeout.
South sensed that the opposi-
tion had an excellent fit In hearts,
and four hearts is ice cold- Strong
action would be needed to keep
them from this contract, so
South bid two hearts wiith his .six-
card spade suit serving as a safe-
ty valve-...
West, who had planned to bid .

NORTH
* AJ89665 3
4.e9 5

4
4

WEST I
J
A K J73 2
Q72
7 42 .

EAST
4 A 9 63
V 8 5
* K102
4.e A QJ 8

.SOUTH
4 K Q 10 8 52
Y Q9
. *?. K 10 63
East-West Vulnerable
The Bidding:
North East South West
2* DOUBALE 2Y DOUBLE
Pass DOUBLE All Pass
Opening lead - club two
four hearts, instead only muttered
a few obscenities and doubled.
South humbly bid two spades and
a yengeful East doubled.
A trump lead early in the going
will keep South from ruffing his
club losers, thus setting the con-
tract, but East-West were still in
a daze from their opponents un-
orthodox bidding.
East took the opening club lead
with and returned a heart, signal-
ling high-low while his partner
~took two tricks. West could still

crock the contact with a trump
lead, but he lead a diamond.
lSouth, whod had been sweatin:g
trump lead, pounced with the ace
-and then made the key play by
leading a diamond back to his
hand for a rough:.
A club lead back would keep
South from stripping the dia-
monds, and he could lose three
trump tricks.
After ruffing low in his hand,
he took the club kind and ruffed
a club low on the board and
trumped another diamond. He
then led another club, and' West
ruffed in with. his singleton jack.
Southdthrowing the last hear t
South and East were both left
with for trump at this point, and
with the lead coming around to
the declarer, East was trump
couped, he could only take the ace.
Note that if the lead has to be
made 'from the South hand, bboth
the ace and nine of trump become
tricks.
It is unlikely that East would
have made his original double
with two four card minor suits,
so he figures to have four spades.
This is the flashing red light that
leads South to set up his trump
coup and make his doubled con-
tac~.

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