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28 The Arizona Republic Phoenix. Tues.. April 4, 1967 Ifors<*isi**n Strike Phoenix Rooks Slug Homers Aqueduct to Close C Ti Q V ft \n Qfclinll OMrl T3 t*l i/tn t-?i V /tr\tilitiiirt*"l r-t\t'f~if\ \ir\r\ o t i'i lO « iTr»crtr»i*rl'it- T Irt i c- riiirt nf 1 Vv*-i <ii i 4 n »^1 P\J *»!» TJ*/-> t <-»! 1« i o K *-.*%-»« *i*(/\n/-lit^r* liir- Fr»liArtr«'r« fit . «^R« Rookies Dave Marshall and Bruce Hix continued to press Phoenix Giants veterans for regular jobs with fheir big bats. Marshall, an outfielder, hit a grand slam homer, and Hix, an infielder, a solo round tripper in his only time at bat as the Giants beat their Class AA Waterbury, Conn., farm here yesterday, 9-4. Frank Johnson, who Sunday hat a homer in his first game since being transferred from San Fran- cisco, had a triple yesterday. He is one of the out fielders Marshall is trying to beat out. Hix, who has been alternating between third and second didn't get into yesterday's game until Bobby Schroder moved over to shortstop, has competition with Bobby Etheridgc. Manager Bill Wcrle at the moment has only 26 able-bodied athletes, because pitcher Fran Kasheta still is unable to throw after being hit by a line drive and Dick Estcllc is home attending his father's funeral. Bob Burda has been hospitalized with a fractured cheekbone. Today the Giants play Pawtecket of the Eastern League, a Cleveland farm team, at Francisco Grande. Dick Sparks, Bob Garibaldi and Jose Leyva will pitch for Phoenix. WATERBURY PHOENIX 300 530 000 100 100—4 10X-9 10 2 12 0 DeMattiese, Fila (4th), Qulmbv (7lh) and Nlchol. Blshoo Santiago (7lhl; Costello, Virqil (?!h). Tolllver (SIM, Chavez (9th) and Youna. Lumberjacks Open Spring Grid Practice Northern Arizona Bureau FLAGSTAFF — The co-captains of Northern Arizona University's 1966 football team were on the practice field yesterday as the spring drills. Axers began NEW YORK (AP) - Irate horsemen, inflamed 'by the failure of the New York State Legislature to grant them purse increases, voted yesterday to withhold entries at Aqueduct for tomorrow, apparently closing indefinitely one of the nation's largest race tracks. i Some 300 members of the Hosernen's Benevolent and Protective Association took part in I the vole and unanimously backed the recommendation of their executive committee to bid for a bigger share of the pari: mutuel betting pool — about $3.5 j million more a year. Today's racing card at Aqueduct will go on as scheduled. Jack Dreyfus, owner of Ho- beau Farm, temporary president of the association and chairman of the purse committee, said the association is willing to meet with anyone in state ings have yet. been scheduled, j president of the HPBA, said, "I In yesterday's meeting, the horsemen also decided to raise their demands to their original request of one percent from the state's share of purses, increasing the $3.5 million figure. Previously, they had agreed, and received encouragement from Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, to bid for one-half of one per cent. bring you moral support of all horsemen in the United States." Nick Jemas, field supervisor of the Jockey's Guild, said his group could not do anything to hurt owners "We'll support cent," he said.. and them trainers. 100 per- 'SURE, WE'LL WIN' — San Francisco manager Herman Franks, center, vows Giants will give National League clubs a run for their money, as his audience agrees. From left: coach Charlie Fox, pitcher Gaylord Perry, Franks, superscout Tom Sheehan, and owner Horace Stoneham. government on .ways to get ! money needed for purses to con- They couldn't stay away, al-^inue racing. However, no meet- though they have completed their college eligibility. Charlie Lee will stay on as- Star Netters Wed an assistant to coach Andy Mac- Exhibition Baseball FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP)— At R - M * er *< p i a Willie Stargell hit a pinch-hit two-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning Monday, powering the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 4-2 victory over Kansas City in a spring training game. Each team scored a run in the first and eighth innings to tie the game 2-2 and set the stage for Stargell's blow off relief 1 pitcher Bob Duliba. George Spriggs had three hits' for the Pirates and scored their run in home. the first by stealing Devils Nail Victory With Late Rally TEMPE — Arizona State University salvaged victory with a three-run outburst in the eighth inning to edge Utah State, 5-4, Hunter, Handrahan (6), Duliba (9) and ool. Duncan (6); Veale B.lass O) a Gonder. W—Blass. L—Duliba. Home run—Pittsburnh/ Stargell. Mets Nip Chisox SARASOTA, 'Fla. (AP) — Doubles by Cleon Jones and ohnny Lewis spearheaded a iree-run first inning by the York Mets who went on to vhip the Chicago White Sox, 4-1, esterday behind the combined wo-hit pitching of Jack Hamil- on and rookie Bill Denehy. Joe Horlen, who pitched the irst five innings for the White Sox, surrendered seven hits, ncluding a home run by Al Luplow, and suffered the defeat. At Sarasota, Fla. yesterday. The Devils (22-3) went into I the eighth trailing 4-2. Leadoff man Ron Davini was safe on an error. Jeff Pentland flied out and Scott Reid fanned, seeming' ly ending ASU hopes. But Joe Paulson walked and Jack Line was hit loading bases. On a 1-2 pitch, third baseman Donald and pursue his Masters Degree in education. He wants to be a coach. It looked strange to see Charlie in a coach's jacket yesterday, running the backs through quickness drills. The last four years Charlie led the drills as a player. Lee's partner in leading the 1966 L-Jacks, Fritz Kreuzer, was present as a spectator. Fritz won four varsity letters as a football player at NAU, and; now he's taking a new road. j Kreuzer has been accepted as a student in medical school at . The Phils had scored in the, Shannon delivered a key s j n .jUniversity of Arizona. 100 000 012^410 2 fifth when winning pitcher Patigle in the second inning when Fritz has one more crach at; Stargell Homer Gives Bucs Win LONDON (AP) - Angela Mortimer, who won the women's singles title for Britain at Wimbledon in 1961, was married yesterday to John Barrett, a former British Davis Cup captain and now ranked No. 9 in British tennis. Advertisement DOES MAN HAVE PSYCHIC POWERS? However, Edward P. Dickinson, president of the New York Racing Association, which runs The Senate overwhelmingly Aqueduct and Saratoga, said, approved the lower figure on "We consider it our responsi- Wednesclay, but the measureibility to the slate to fill the en- died in Assembly committee (tries and to make every effort when the legislature adjournedjto run," in a statement before for the year on Sunday morning. The owners and trainers, who make up the association, say New York's present 2.35 percent share of purses is the smallest in the country. If no settlement is reached, the withholding action would affect such races as the $25,- I OWKaddcd Prioress Stake to- j morrow and the $50,000 Excelsior Handicap on Saturday. The association received support from other quarters. Frank! Mackle of Florida, national 1 yesterday's meeting. For starting time CALL 948-6000 Scottsdale Resort Country Club 7702 E. Shea Blvd. Scettidale I,' ! pre-season charity match CHICAGO SPURS vs. CALIFORNIA CLIPPERS Mew York, N Chicago, A ... ... 300100 000—4 10 1 100 000 000 —1 2 1 Hamilton, Denehv («) and Grote, Goesen (7); Horlen, O'Toole (6), Hloglns (8) nd ,McSertney, Burgess '" "' ), H (6), Hermann 9'j. W - Hamilton .L - Horlen. Home run — New York, Luplow. Atlanta Triumphs WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. AP)—Atlanta broke up a fine pitching performance by Philadelphia's Chris Short yesterday with a two-run rally in the sixth nning and beat the Phils, 2-1, in an exhibition game. The Braves opened the sixth with a single by Felrpe Alou and a double by Henry Aaron. Then with one out, Short gave slugger Joe Torre an intentional Jarvis gave up his only walk of the day to Tony Taylor. Short 'ollowed with a double, batting in Philadelphia's only run. At West Palm Beach, Fla. hiladelphla 000 010 000—1 Atlanta OOP 002 OOx—2 7 0 Short, Hall (7) and Dalrvmple; Jarvis, Carroll (7) .Hernandez (9) and Torre. W —Jarvis. L—Short. Reds Deck Tigers TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Deron Johnson drove in four runs with two singles and a double, powering the Cincinnati Reds to a 64 exhibition victory over Detroit Tigers yesterday. Mel Queen hurled the first seven innings and got the victory. He gave up five hits and three runs. The Reds pounded three Detroit pitchers for 13 hits including a solo homer by JohnEd- wards. Johnson St. Louis scored three runs. Orlando Cepeda helped the St. Louis attack by driving in a run and scoring two. Ted Savage added a home run and Tim McCarver drove in two runs. Harmon Killebrew got Minnesota its only run with his seventh homer of the spring. _ __ ____ Minnesota ........... 000 100 000— 1 5~~1 St. Louis 031 000 llx— 6 11 0 football before he starts to carry a stethescope at Tucson. On April 20 he will play with the "Oldtimers" against the varsity in the climax to spring football. After one day of spring practice MacDonald already has acquired a worry for the '67 season. There's a definite lack of pass receiving talent. The only offensive showing any starter consistency in Chance, Merrill (5), Roland (8) and Bailey; Carlton, Cosman (7) and McCarver. W—Carlton. L—Chance. ,, Home runs—Minnesota, Klllebrew. St. tneiLouis, Savage. opened, the scoring i Dodgers Dump Astros ARLINGTON, Tex. (AP) Scoring on a double play try that went awry, the Los Angles Dodgers broke a fifth-inning deadlock yesterday and went on to defeat the Houston Astros, 4-2, in exhibition play. The score was 2-2 when Astros catching the ball was split end lich O'Hara, a transfer from University of Iowa. The other players displaying receiving talent were two defensive standouts, Al Circosts and Jim Fuller. Although it was only the first day of spring workouts, quarterbacks Jim Velasquez and with a two-run single in the hurler Chris Zachary sent Ron third inning. Hunt on a stroll to first. John Werhas was rushed in as pinch 2 runner and then Ron Fairly j a grounder Zachary'3! At Tampi, Fla. Ever "read" someone's mind? Or drearn something that came true? Here's some surprising new information on the supernatural by the author of "A Gift of Prophecy," (the story of Jeanne Dixon). One of 41 articles and features in the April Digest. Get it today. Carl Williams were pinpointing) READER'S DIGEST their passes. Detroit Wilson, 000 201 010—a 7 _^u^i_^lL 0 -J2_x_- 4 Jl_?' bounced Monbouquette (7), Kllppstein| (SI and Cannlzzaro; Queen, Osteen and Edwards. W— Queen. L— Wilson. j Home run-cincinnaii, Edwards. j Zachary whirled and fired to U Ran Twins 'shortstop Lee Bales at second t< nap i^ins ^ for the force out, but when Bales ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP)' tried / or a double P la y. the ball , Dave Grangaard hit a triple in I to the left field corner to pu the Devils out in front to stay. ' Gary Gentry went the distance for A-State picking up his fifth triumph in six starts. He struck out 11 and walked two. ; An ex-Phoenix College product, Tom R o b s o n , led Utah State's attack and was involved in all four UTAG runs. He collected a homer and single in three trips, had two RBIs and scored twice, ASU meets Utah St. again today at 3 p.m. on the Devil field. Starting for the Devils will be Tom Burgess, 6-0 for the season. pass to load the bases, but Rico Carty foiled the move with two-run double to right field. Mike Shannon boosted his spring batting average to .364 yesterday with three singles as the St. Louis Cardinals whipped Dean Chance and the Minnesota Twins, 6-1. went into the dugout and Werhas trotted home leisurely. \ Houston Los Angeles 000 020 000—2 II 3 000 210 10X—4 10 1 Zachary, Bellnsky (6), Schneider (8) and Bateman, Brand «); Osteen Perra- noski (8) and Roseboro, Campanls (5). W — Osteen. L — Zachary. BRAKE SPECIAL! ALLAMERICAN CARS and v 2 TON TRUCKS Complete BRAKE RELINE and Overhaul S1O95 19 PROFESSIONAL SOCCER Don't miss this thrill-paced, pre-season match as the Spurs and Clippers build momentum for the National Professional Soccer League season starting a few days later. Both teams will be going all-out, giving Valleyites a chance to see professional soccer at its best. TICKETS: $1, $2 & $3 Available at all Community Box offices or by calling Valley Big Brothers at 577-5421 8:00 P.M. WEDNESDAY P MONTGOMERY STADIUM Phoenix Union High School SPONSORED BY VALLEY BIG BROTHERS Proceeds will help support charity activities of Valley Big Breltieri, A United Fund Agency • Install Bended Lining 4 Whtels • Overhaul All Wheel Cylinders • Turn and Trut All Brake Drums • Bleed and Flush Entlri Hydraulic System • Pack Front Wheel B»rln«> • Fr*a Brave Adjustment 'Mia o* lining) • 20,000 Ml. Guarantee SHOCKS 2 for $9.95 25,000 Mile Guarantee Shur-Way Brake Co.^^^oV NOW OVER TEN YEARS IN THE SAME LOCATION UTAH STATE rhbl ASU Ball Bounces Right, ""Cats Blank Wyoming TUCSON—The University of Arizona captialized on an error and a bad-bounce single yesterday an won its seventh straight game, 1-0 over Wyoming. John Hosmer pitched a six-hitter and struck out 12 for the Wildcats, now 19-6. Wyoming and the 'Cats continue their three- game series this afternoon. John Wickland reached second'WYOMING ARIZONA Alvardo, 2b 5000 Nelson, 2b Manning, |f ^ 1 1 0 Davlnl, c Hill, ss 4000 Pfntland, If Rice, <b r h bi a b r h b! . - - --_-.-. .. OIH- 4010 DeWald, 2b 3010 Wo"first baseman Tom Michel, and Sffi&ft, 2 8 i g K^ ackln ' c ' ° p ° On a two-base error by Wyoming I Betus. if t". i i m ^** > .» i i' Peters. ?h Robson, Ib 3222 Rice, rl HulUnper, 3_b 4 1 2 1 Reid, rl "4000 Paulson, ib 4 Frollch, cf . , Miller, c 4010 Llnd, ss Cameron, rf 3000 Grangaard CuMigiin, p 3000 Llnvllle, Price, p 0000 Gentry. Jones, ph 1010 Totals . - _ . . 4010 i 2 2 mover] fo fhirrf on a snliH sinolp W cnel/ lb 4 ° ' " Hunt, rf 4000 0 0 o *" UVC U l " lllHU Oil d aUHU MllglCi Howe, 3b 3000 Hall 3b 3000 2 2 ? 2 bv Bill Worlev '> ?, rlckl f v ,' r1 322° wickiand, ib 41 o o 4010.' *-"" " UI ".'• I Slmonlnl. c 3000 Worley, If - - - - SPorrer, cf 2000 stilt, 0 1 0 3 J 1 0 3220 _, 3b 3 0 1 3 cf 3001 3021 FonilPP Cpntml ' ml '" Jerry Stilt then rolled one to third base which bounded over . . cf 2000 stilt, cl slari Gavln,_ph pC f ,000 Hosmer, p Totals 31 0 TolaU 3020 3021 3000 311 t I 000 000 000-0 oio ooo oox-i " ' , — -- - luiau 31575.J ri~"L~ "r"VJ ~" ".'."WYOMING ij _3s_473 ______ _____________ ^he Cowboy fielder scoring the ARIZONA UTAH ST. 1M ,00 no— 4'nnlv run nf rhr> fqnif" " " ASU 000 010 13x— 5 u '"j J u " ol "^ b" 1 ''"- -- — ----------- - ----- ~ i E — Michel, Simoninl, Wyoming was the Western ^.h^Lo^^-^nTn and Michel; Kollman, Howe LOB — Utah St. 6. ASU 6. 9b — Manning! lAtlllctip - ger, Grangaarci. HM - Rob- lrtLIULUL 3b — Hulllnge son. SB - ' ' Conference defending Northern Division champion. BB - Koiiman, Betus, BBS ° 1 Pat 0 BflCn (2-1) Will pitch IP H R ERBBSO 0 1 Illo " le Culliean, (L, 1-1) 7"'j 752. Price Vj 0000 Gentry, (W. 5-1) 97432,. . . ..... -, Da^ 2^J L J. rid To^r sSWt ^ :»"""§ S J ° h " {i j lts . | J ' 2 >: A - 650. I ^••••••••••••^•B U'i> Foihie IL, 2-2) \\y- Hosmer (W, 5-01 9 61027 .......... 6 0 0 1 12. I PB — McMackin 2. U — Kaulicj and iAcuna. T — 2:10. A — 528. Prep Track PHX. INDIAN «, PHX. CHRISTIAN 57 HH—Williams (PC) 17.4; 100 YD DASH —Fitzsimmons (P) 10.9; MILE—Monon- gye (PI) 4:34.7; 6SO RELAY—(PC) 1:39.9; 440—Etsiiie (Pli 56.4; HJ—Daini (PC) 5-5; LH—LOPEZ (PI) 23.1; 860 Morionsve (Fl) 2-07.7; PV-Church (PC) 10-3, 220- F'u.'.iirnrnonb IPC) 24.2: //,iit- Relav — (P!l 3530; |_J—Daviei (PCl 20-3':; SHOT-Davits (PC; 41-7 DISCUS-Tala\unptc,v<. (Ph 112-1. JV—Phoenix Indian 65, Phce- rix Chrlitian I'? KOGALFS 86, BUENA 3, hH—Ziss (Bi U.E; IOC—Serrano II.' 9.9; Mile—Melie (K) 4:<4.6; 880 reld>- NC'jiles, 1:27.7; 44C— Danielion IN) 5<.6, LH-Serrano (N) 20,7; BBC—Melic (Ni 5 ,2 2; 220—McFodden (B) 22.5; Mil', rrisv —Nogales 3:47.6; BJ — Robles (N) If-:- 1 /; SP— Parker (N! jM); PV--Kivas (Ui 11-6; HJ—Gollordo (Ni 5-6; D-Wtr.d- Isn (I, 1 ) 122-4. KINGMAN 71, NEEDLES 47 ! 120 HH—Gosch (K) :!6; 100—Baker (N) I :10.5; Mile—Todd (K) 4:48.9; e80 relay— i Needles 1:36.?; 440— Cobb (K) :5i.l; 120 LH-Sluart (K) :li.4; 880—Keller (K) 2:i2.9; 220—(tie)—Smith <K) and Otis (Ml :'-M.2; Mile—Kinsman (Cobb, Roberts, Finch, Ore) 3:51.6; Shot—Claypool (N) 4>1P4; ADIsOJi— Jones (K) 112-3; BJ— Baiter fl: HJ—Catrain (K) 5-7; PV— (Tit) flRi£h «) *nd Cobb (K) 10-S. ZSA ZSA GABOR says SAVE MONEY at AAMCO AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS! 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