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2-D The Arizona 5.p ' • ' - ' ••! •BliLi.Uui Phoenix, Stmday, June 15, 1989 AP Wirepholo TWO BAD PITCHES — Montreal's Ron Fairly faH$ flat on his face, top, getting away from a wild pitch by San Francisco's Bob Bolin in second inning of game yesterday. Bases were loaded at the time and a run scored. Below, Fairly is shown being greeted by pitcher Mike Wegner and Adolpho Phillips after hitting a two-run homer on the next pitch. Story Page 4-D. Southern stackers move to Midwest; fast pace expected Associated Press CAMBRIDGE JUNCTION, Mich. — Major league stock car racing, Southern style, moves into the Midwest for the" first time today and a slam-bang, hell-for-leather chase it likely will be. The occasion is the inaugural Motor State 500 mile race for NASCAR Grand National cars. The event, at the comparatively new Michigan International Speedway in the Irish Hills section west of Detroit, carries posted awards of $95,125, with $17,600 going to tfie winner. The race, typical of the high; speed, carnival-type shows that have made stock car racing the South's No. 1 spectator sport, is expected to draw a crowd of about 70,000. Speedway officials said 60,000 tickets already had been sold. After a week of sorting out their cars and becoming familiar with the two-mile tri- oval course, most of the hotshot drivers predicted the early stages of the race would be run at a pace of 154 to 155 miles per hour. They also predicted this first event ofr the 4,000-pound 600-horsepower cars on a course which has long straights and shallow turns will be the most competitive of the season. "Six or seven cars will run right together from the start," said Lee Roy Yarbrough, NASCAR'S current leading money winner with $95,040. "And with the drafting technique that we can use here, seven or eight other cars can stay with the leaders. "It should be quite a race," added the 32-year-old Columbia S.C., driver who already has won four distance events this season, including the World 600 at Charlotte, N.C., last month. Donnie Allison earned the pole position for the 1 p.m. start, posting 160.135 miles per hour in a factory-backed Ford on the first day of time trials. Yarbrough got the other front row spot with a 159.829 clocking. Other pre-race favorites include Dodge's Bobby Isaac, that make's fastest qualifier at 159.165 and good for third spot in the lineup: Ford's David Pearson, Richard Petty and Cale Yarborough; and Dodge's Bobby Allison and Charlie Glotzbach follow. All of these drivers were turning laps in the 160 mph Friday, considerably above their qualifying speeds. Yarborough, last year's big money winner with $137,700, said the drafting technique will play a major role in the race. By drafting, a slower car gets into the immediate slip-stream of a faster machine and is "towed" by the vacuum thus created. AC Wlreohelg BEAR IN TROUBLE — Jack Nicklaus, two-time winner of the U.S. Open, finds the going rough in the third round of the current U.S. Open at Houston. Jack sends the ball and sand Hying from a trap on the second hole arid takes a bogey five. Nicklaus has a 141 — four strokes off the pace. Story Page 14). -. * Don Aronow captures Bahamas 500 race FREEPORT, Grand Bahamas (AP) — Veteran powerboat driver Don Aronow of Coral Gables, Fla., climbed out of a sickbed yesterday to chop more than two and one-hlalf hours off the record for the grueling Bahamas 500. Aronow, former world powerboat champion and perennial U. S. titlist, won a neck-and-neck battle with Melvin Riggs of St, Cloud, Fla., nipping him by only six feet over the 512-mile course. Twin 475-horsepower engines pushed Aronow's 32-foot boat The Cigarette around the course in 8:24:15. The previous record, set last year by Odell Lewis of St. Cloud, was 11 hours flat. Ironically, Riggs was a crewman for Lewis for the past two years when Lewis won the first two editions of the 500. Lewis passed up this race because of spinal disc trouble. Riggs, driving a 32-foot boat originally built for Lewis, exchanged the lead with Aronow several times during the course of the contest. They were never more than 30 seconds .apart for the last 40 miles from Sweeting Cay to the finish line here. Riggs' craft, Mona Lou, was powered by twin 450- horsepower engines. Aronow passed up last year's 500 because of a stomach disorder. The same ailment might have kept him in bed for this year's race had it been run Friday as originally scheduled. It was postponed because of high winds and heavy seas. "I was really feeling sick yesterday," said Aronow. "It wasn't better today, but I took some antibiotics the doc gave me for it last year and I only had a temperature of 101 when I got up this morning." "My wife was still asleep when I snuck out," grinned Aronow, who was slightly nauseous. Bob Harrell wins Manzy main event A fast pit crew and faster driver combined to take last night's 30 lap main event for limited modifieds at Manzanita Speedway. Bob Harrell, a bridesmaid in four previous races, flashed to his first main event win thanks to his pit crew who changed rear ends between running of the trophy dash and the main event. Harrell blew the rear end as he took the checkered flag in the dash for the trophy but made it back in plenty of time to make his seventh place starting berth in the feature. Harrell chased Bob Flak for 26 laps before sneaking by on the inside. Flak hung on to second while Monroe Van Meter ended up third. Two-time ARA sprint champ Jerry McClung finished fourth with rookie driver Jim Jones fifth. In the bike races Byron Boaz continued his winning ways as he overtook Jon Sellers with one lap to go and went on to capture the open expert main event. The night's only serious accident came at the conclusion of the open novice main when Oliver Carter slammed the front retaining wall after taking the first jump. He was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital and no report on his condition was available late Friday night. The race route was from Lucaya to Gun Cay via Great Isaac Light, across the flats to the Berry Islands and Nassau. After circling New Providence Island, the fleet went to Eleuthera and through Current Cut on a run up to the finish line. Other leaders in the 28-boat field were Peter Rittmaster of Miami, third; Bill Wishnick New York; Robert Raut- bord, .Miami Beach, fifth; Gale Thayer, Sarasota, Fla., sixth: Jerry Langer of Miami, seventh; and Steve Sirois of St. Cloud, eighth. Thayer, Langer and Sirois each used four 140- horsepower outboard engines. Lead held by Tountas SEATTLE (AP)-Pete Tountas, Tucson, led the way as the field was cut at the end of 32 games yesterday in the Professional Bowlers $32,000 Open here. Tountas' total for 32 games was 7215 pins. This included 250 bonus pins he collected for winning five of his eight games in yesterday's play. Don Johnson, Kokomo, Ind., was in second place with 7212 and Ed Bourdase, Fresno, Calif., was third at 7201. Bourdase won all eight of his matches yesterday. The 16-man field shot its final eight games last night with the winner picking up the $3,000 first prize. Pete Tountas, Tucson. Ariz., .7215s Don Johnson, Kokomo, .Ind., 7212; Ed Bourdase, Fresno, Calif., 7201; Butch Gearhart, Fort Lauderdale. Fla., 7104; Nelson Burton Jr., St. Louis, Mo. 7105; Bobby jcnippje, Costa Mesa, Calff.. 701* lift Vfl>r Or IJ/ I"*'-Ky- «?9-- AP Wirephota J aul Zevaolls, Hopewel Illy Hardwlck, Louisvill ifr . Jim Godman, Hayward. Calif., Don Glover. Bakersfleld, Calif., Mike Murphy, Portland, Ore,, mine murpnr/ rwnianu* \j\v,. , Johnny Guentner, Seattlt, 6778; Harry Kodlak, Alaska,..6765; JDav« enix - - • - .-.- Mikelson vis, Davis, Asher, _.. /Mage, Seal z.i 6742; Barry Calif., tin Gary STILL CHAMP! — Defending champion Mike Bonallack, left, of Britain- is congratulated by Bill Hyndman of Huntingdon Valley, Pa., after successfully defending his British Amateur Golf Championship at Hoylake, England., yesterday. In center is Selwyn Lloyd, who is captain of the Royal l Liverpool Golf Club where the tourney was held. Friday's late box scores NEW YORK LOS ANGELES ab r h bl ab r h bl Harralson M 4 0 0 0 Wilts ss 4000 Agee cf 4010 Russell cf 4000 - ett .2b 4020 Parker Tb 4010 4010 Kosco rf 3000 3010 Mota H 3120 3000 Sizemore 2b 3000 1000 Lefebvre 3b 3021 Garrett 2b C Jones If Shamsky rf Kranpool Ib Charles 3b Grote c Koosman e Martin ph Otis pr RTavlor p Total Hickcox continues winning swim ways 010 Torbora e z o o o Foster P 1010 0000 0000 31 0 7 0 Total New York 000 000 000 .... 0 1 0 000 Los" E—Shamsky. DP—Los ..... LOB—New York 5, Los Angeles 5. SB- Charles. IP Koosman <L,3-4) ..7 R.Taylor 1 Foster <W,l-4) 9 T—2:08. A—20,042. MONTREAL ab r h zl 3110 4 1 10 Phillips cf Fairly Ib Staub rf MJones If Laboy 3b . Sutherlnd 2b 4 0.2 0 Brand c 30' - 2000 4011 3001 ss Shaw P Wasfwski p Bosch ph Face p Total . 10 3000 0000 1000 0000 Tom Hickcox continued to spread eagle the field in his specialties and the Arizona Desert Rats took all the age M i «i group relays at the Mesa Invitational swim meet yester- Angeies „ 2. day at Encanto Pool. Hickcox set a state record in the boys 15-17 200-freestyle breaking his own mark. Hickcox, Tim Ryder, Don Hendrix and Marsha Newman were all double winners in the second session. H RERBBSO 61004 001 0 1 4 °7 0 SAN FRANCISCO abrhtH Bonds rf 401' Hunt 2b Mays cf Mccpvey Ib ^ 2611 1100 2 0 2 1 ..10 3000 . jendersn I Davenprt : Hlatt c Lanler ss Marlchal t 32 1 411 1 OSO 0 2000 201' » 1 1 0 I 4021 402 401 1:10.8; Girls 15-17 100 fly - Marsha Newman (MVSD) 1:20.7; Boys 15-17 100 fly — torn Hickcox (ADR); 1:04.4; Girls 10 and under 100 back — Katl Bremer (ADR) l:24.« (state record, old 1:26.7); Boys 10 and under 100 back — Tim Ryder (SST) 1:27.4; Girls 11-12 100 back — Barbara Gercke (ADR) 1:21.1; Boys 11-12 100 back — Gary Finueroa 1:16.4; Girls open 200 breast- Marti Hickcox (ADR) 3:14J; B ?K?o, op 5 n ,. 20() fcl east — Mark Combs (ADR) 2:50.6; Girls 10 and under 50 breast — Sandra Bell (ADR) 43.6; Boys 10, and under 50 breast — Richie Lipson (KL) 45.2; Girls 11-12 So breast — Jody Gordan (ADR) 40.6; Boys 11-12 50 breast Jeff Klessllng (ADR) 40.2; GliMs 13-14 200 free - Karla Olson 2:29.2 (ludges decision) Boys 13-14 200 free Don Hendrix 2:11.1; Girls 15-17 200 free — Marsha Newman 2:38.2; Boys 15-17 200 free — Tom Hickcox 2:03.9 (state record, old record 2:06.1); GiHs 10 and under 200 free relay — ADR-A 2:19.3; Boys 10 and under 200 free relay — ADR-A 2:20.6. 29 2 4 2 Total 32 49 3 Montreal San Francisco .000 001 00 0— X 201001 0 0 X— 4 Girls 13-14 medley relay ADR 2:24.8; Boys 13-14 200 medley relay —ADR-A 2:14.2; Girls 15-17 20o medley relay — UAC Tucson) 2:59.2; Boys 15-17 200 medley relay ADR 2:06.«. Girls 10 and under 50 free — Karan Fillpi (ADR) 32.8 (ties state record). Boys lo and under 50 free Tim Ryder (SST) 32.7; Girls 11-12 50 free - Sarah Cady (ADR) 31.2; Boys 11-12 50 free Klm_Davis..(SST) .30.5. Girls 13-14 100 DP—Montreal 1, San Francisco 3. LOB-Montreal 4, San Francisco 7. 2B— Mays. SF—Laboy. IP gap mytj-iMs "W. *-*» Kim Davis (SST) 30.5. Girls 13-14 100 My Sue Dlttmar (ADR) 1:16.3; Boys 13-14 100 fly — Don Hendrix (ADR) Shaw H RERBBSO r ,.jw (L.l-4) 4 5 3224 Waslewski 2 3 l 1 t 1 Face .. . .... 2 Marlchal (W,7-2) .. 9 10000 62238 PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO mhW.Kf^ M RAIIen Ib 4 1 2 1 OBrown rf p Johnson 3b 4 1 1 0 ferrara If MRyan c 222 Spiezlo 3b Hisle cf 4030 Cannizzro e Harmon ss 4111 Gaston cf Wise p- 401 OSIpin 2b Podres p Ross p Kelly ph Reberger Stahl ph Baldschn p .000 4000 3000 4 2 000 i?§8 3011 1000 9000 .000 0000 1000 0000 Total »4145 IC'al 29 1 3 1 Philadelphia .... o 3 0 20001 0—4 San Dleio 001 oot 000-1 _E—Gaston, Cannlzzaro 2. DP Philadelphia IjLOB-PhllSdelphla «, San Spokane rallies to defeat Toros SPOKANE (AP) - Spokane spotted Tucson an eight-run lead, then roared from behind with relief pitching of Jack Spring and some defensive plays to pull out a 9-8 Pacific Coast League baseball victory yesterday afternoon. RETURN HOME JUNE 27th PORTLAND Pony Night TUCSON. 'KANE 305 000 000—S 11 4 002 511 OOx-» 12 1 Murphy, Bauer (4), Stafford (4), Dennis (8), and Carreon, Napier (8); D. Wise (W.6-5) Podres (L,5-5) sle, Brlggs. " Zl IP H* R ER BB SO So Ross g ®Sdr M ;-^2:«i,.Ai5V 6 5 3 1 1 654 3 A n Kessinger ties standard in NL CINCINNATI (AP) - Don Kessinger of the Chicago Cubs tied a National League record for shortstops Friday night by going through his 52nd consecutive game without an error. The mark was set by Johnny Kerr of the New York Giants in 1946. The major league record is 53, established by Chico Car- rasquel of the Chicago White Sox in 1951. Friday night's PCL results |«rV b 4 r o h l b O VANCOUVER Jernlg Harrell Wagn Carrlt a'&MjMJH^.VW * rf 4010 Staehl 2b 422 fo cf 3011 B.'vvfiflarns If 2 1 0 an rf 4011 Vaughs If 000 " e i. ? 2 2 8 S«P«en ib 401 y ph 1000 Peters 3b 400 hers P 0 o 0 0 Evans c 411 aver p i 6 6 0 Upton c 000 lehtph j g Bo Bates 31 1 lit 34 11 2 Totals J» t u l Ph ancouvtr ar a %= E-Harr Phoenix Evans, Herrera. S—Bates, •rell 2. DP—Vancouver 1. LOB- St Vancouver «. 2B--J«rnl95n *».°2S«OL Bates,. Fanwlck DP-Vam ancouver 6. 2B—Jernigan n, Bates, Fanwlck. KR- Hermoso, Falrev ms. ^WMVeV"" 2 ' 41 ' fl/ ' colt TONIGHT EXCITING Dog Racing! | APACHE GREYHOUND PARK Highway eo et Apache Jet Pacing Wed. thru Sun. nights Admission 50* * children wricom* PARI-MUTUEL WA8EMNQ fuaW Bears get Kelso DENVER (AP)-The Denver Bears of the American Association yesterday announced the acquisition of right-handed pitcher Bill JCel- so from Kansas City. It's freel Join the fun!... See this fabulous display of the newest in pick-ups, slide-ins, telescoping models, chassis-mounts, self- contained house cars and motor homes! All makes and models...open for demonstration! AIL SHOW MODEL AND DEMONSTRATORS NOW AT FACTORY FLEET DISCOUNTS! General CMC 1408 E. Camelbaek 264-9076 Take THE BUS to Present! Downs horse racing First post 1:30 P.M. Saturday and Sunday. Only $5.00 round trip including admission and program. Relax in refrigerated comfort • board • but at you mike the iconic trip to Preicott. Study tha racing program whila you go. Enjoy exciting horse racing at cpol Prescott and return on the bus. DON'T BE LEFT BEHIND. RESERVE YOUR SEAT NOW. CALL 273-7181. Buses leava Sat. 4 Sun. at 10:30 a.m. from lit St. & Van Buren (NW corner) and from 19th Avenue & W. Bethany Horn* Rd. (300 Bowl). 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