Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 97
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IS The TY Republic ttftttt., Aprff 3, in twin bill v~m By DICK SMITH s not even Supposed to j this thing," said Phoenix College baseball coach Pug •gjforich matter-of-factly about state junior college base- race—which right now is a runaway. t, I've got a hunch that 6'11 let everyone around that we're around," add- TMarich, whose team is atop Bfgue standings midway rirough the 1969 season. *' Not only do the five other ^league schools know that Ma•*" Sg% h's Bruins are around, y're the talk of the league. v- PHOENIX YESTERDAY expended its league lead to a full jtwo games over Arizona West- fcern of Yuma, sweeping a dou- jbleheader from Cochise Col- t-lege of Douglas, 5-3 and 6-4. * "It's going to be tough to ^repeat that way in the second j»ha4f of the season," said Ma- *ridb, whose team owns an 8-2 Jleague record and 12-9 overall +mark. * "We're just not that strong. JWe don't have the personnel *other teams in the league do, Jwe've just got a bunch of kids Jwho are trying to do a good *job. And, so far we've been Jkind of lucky." 5 LUCK OR NOT, Mike ^O'Brien and Rich Galan—de-spite a raft of errors in the Afield—pitched the Bruins to a "twin-bill sweep over the Apa- Sches whose conference record Jfell to 3-6-1 at the midway •point. * Burns, who saw limited ac- £tion at the UofA last year as *a frosh, "has been coming Jalong pretty good for us," said jMarieh. "He's had the chance *to pitch and he's becoming a 'fine pitcher." * Yesterday, Burns tossed an •eight-hitter and struck out •Jeight in winning the opener to >up his season record to 6-1. In- jvcluded in the six triumphs are ''five league.decisions. f "I FELT PRETTY good to-day," offered Burns, "I just ^seemed to make the right |pitch at the right time. We *were in trouble a couple of itimes but we just managed to Spull together and get the job *done.» A-:? v , • • V'. « In the second game it was *Galan pitching'his best game •of the season and squaring his •overall record at 2-2. He lim- *ited the Apaches to just four •hits giving up just one earned . £run as four errors plagued *him. * "He's not overpowering," ^offered Marich, "but he's . Jhelped us a lot. He doesn't Athrow hard, but he mixes his ^pitches and keeps the batter foff balance. He's really come Son strong just of late." * PC BROKE a 3-3 deadlock £in the,eighth inning of the 'opener getting a pah- of unwarned runs as Frank Campos ^walked, scored on a three•base throwing error by Co- Jchise's Rene Hoffman with Rajsich scoring on a sac„. _ fly by Bob St. John. I It was St. John, too, who Jsafely tucked away the night- Jcap with a towering 400-foot "homer over the leftfield wall (in the fifth to break a 2-2 adlock. Tim Rajsick paced hitters [in the second game with a _-for-2 performance while Mel jPanzer went 3-for-4 in the {opener. * IN THE California Easter Jtqprnament, Glendale Com- fcmunity reached the finals {•with a 7-5 13 inning victory jjover Pierce JC of Ventura. 0 Glendale, the defending na- SUbhal juco baseball champion, ^scored twice in the 13th on a -bases-loaded double by Paul ^Thompson to pluck the win *from the homestanding nine. * Mesa Community didn't fare £ai' well, dropping a 10-3 de- jjqgjon to Valley JC in the * semifinals. » PHOiMIX COLLEGE S, COCHISi » •TchocMst College 100 002 000—3 I 3 •EhMflft CQllMt 201 OOt Mx-5 I 4 5_ Hoffman ind Hennlno, O'Brien and COLLEGE I, COCHISI 4 Beavers nip Coronado, 4-3 Scoreboard Canucks blank Totems Boxing TOKYO — Phoenix feafnerwelflht Alton Colter scored a 10-round decision over former world champion Fighting Harada of Japan last night. Track By GAYLON WHITE Republic Photo by Yul Conaway CRY OF THE DIAMOND — No, Scottsdale's Bruce Hamlin is not yawning. He's yelling like Tarzan to distract Coronado pitcher Ray Forgie who was in the process of working out of a fifth- inning jam. Hamlin, who was on third, didn't score but his team won anyway, 4-3, in eight innings. Greyhound results APACHE GREYHOUND PARK .F'I«T'..5W V*- Gr. 1. T 31.61. Also Kiowa Buck, Billy Cowan, Tee's Clyde, Beau Bein, S.P.'s Short Stuft. O.B.'s Sat. John (7) 22.60 10.40 4.60 Johnny Click (1) 8.40 4.8o DeWitt's Return (8) 420 Also Cornell Uptown, Campus Zip, P.H.'s Polecat, Atlasta Wyn, Delicate Doris. SECOND, 683 Yds., Gr. 2. T 40.35. 8.80 5.20 2.60 5.60 2.80 2.80 Hoosack, L.A. Slide rf Q.(24) 34.4.0. Jllverv Linen (4) Parts Man (2) Princess Trudy (8) Also John's Terry, Patsy, Tee's Shannon. DAILY DOUBLE (7-4) ««. inder (8) 3.60 2.80 2.40 Perfect Fawndv (5) 8.60 3.40 Letha's . Best (6) 2.80 Also Sasna, Weather Bud, Perm Press, Matt Wells, P.H.'s Plll-o. , NINTH, 721 Yds., Gr. I. T 41.84. O (1'7) 31.00. Rock Jet (7) 17.80 8.20 5.00 Call Me Trampus (1) 3.60 2.80 Casaque (4) 4.00 Also Duece Tray. J.W. Rhonda, Carl Sona, Summer Salt, High Copper. SCOTTSDALE - Although there are no rules of etiquette that say they must, it would be a nice gesture if Scottsdale's Beavers sent "Thank You" cards to Coronado's Dons. Th^ Dons were too good to their Scottsdale neighbors yesterday, committing six errors to enable the Beavers to post an extra-inning (8) 4-3 victory in the Class AAA high school baseball game on the loser's field. DESPITE THE loss, Coronado remains in first place in League B of the Central Division with a 3-1 mark. The Dons are 7-2 overall. Scottsdale is now 2-2 and 4-5, respectively. "We helped them out all we could," Coronado coach Roy Coppinger said. "We're still in pretty good shape but I sure hate to lose the way we did." Errors provided the Beavers with three runs, including the winning tally. SCOTTSDALE SCORED in the first when John Armstrong was awarded base due to catcher's interference. He was sacrificed to second and came home on Joe Michaud's single. Marty Stadjuhar's first of three hits tied the count in the third. Stadjuhar proceeded to put the Dons ahead 3-1 in the fifth, tripling in a run and scoring himself on a wild pitch. THE BEAVERS bounced back to tie in the sixth bunching a walk, wild pitch, two hits and an error. Four miscues produced the Beavers' final run in the eighth. "Maybe this is what we've needed to pick us up," coach Jim Stephens said of his Beavers who have been hampered by injuries to pitchers Bob Vetter and Steve Swingle. Profit Plan (B) Semi Hard (6) R.V.'s Hal (5) Gr. 3. T 7.40 Also, Some Number, nepreaeni, E.J.'s Silver Baby, Whynot, Now, Represent, 31.66. Q 4.CO 3.40 3.60 3.60 7 'H? 20" yds., Gr. 3. T 40,53. 15.80 14.00 7.20 32.20 10.20 3.20 10TH 550 Yds, Gr. 1. T-31.SI. 0(7-1) 145.60. O.B.'s Little Red (7) $21.20 10.80 4.60 Money Again (8) 6.60 4.40 Brlaht Efiv 4.20 Also: Ramrod Tray, ' Return Flash, Gringo's Dave, Ralletta, H's Cameo §lrk : "Cu... llarita (6) Why Fritz f3) Also Dark Spanish Eves, O.B.'s Jody, Toast lann, Ida Wells, Grade Poo. i.v. rMjc \o, 5.80 8.00 Wlncase (3) .. s.CO Also DeWltr's Mutt, Kebolla, Lake Daisy, Carried Back, subversive. vds., Gr. 3. T 10.80 31.8J. Q O.B.'s Berkley (7) 3,80 Also Pete Pan, Evening Flirt, Som- inexer, Wyoto Ann. Tee's Min. Gr. 3. T 41.23. 4.20 2.60 2.60 3.80 3.80 AS JUNIORS last spring, the pair combined for all 12 Scottsdale triumphs. But this season Swingle has the only two victories between them. Vetter has been plagued by a shoulder injury and Swingle an ailing ankle. The ankle obviously bothered Swingle yesterday as he walked nine. But he limited the heavy-hitting Dons to six twM.' p- <i.4r$io3.»; ~ ~ - - hit s and was tough in the Blue Estrella- (1) $5.40 3.80 3.60 nlntrh High_Road. (4)_. 9.00 4.60 CIUILH. "If Swingle can come around, we have a shot at the playoffs," related Ste- 11TH, 550 Yds, Gr. 3. T-31.52. Q (1-7) $13,40. Four Dividers (7) $9.00 3.60 3.40 Dearie J (1) 3.20 3.40 Added Effort (6) 4.60 Also: Lace Ribbons, Tee's Pete, L A Sid, Rainy Woman, Freda Bandlda. 12TH 721 Yds, Gr. 4. T-43.38. Q (1-4) Jez Espanto (5) 3.80 Also: L A Jessie, First Solo, Winged Fllfiht, Little Teton, Twilight Dole. Big Q 1-7. 478 Exchange. 1-4 26 wins paid $179.80. Handle $90,300. Att. 1,871. SEVENTH, M3 VdS., S.B ( .''s S> p'ai 8 r?c,. (3, D.L.'s Pilot Bobby (!•) End Play (5) Greyhound entries ABA standings xlndlana Miami Kentucky in Eastern Division 44 34 .564 43 35 .551 ....... 41 36 .532 Minnesota ...... 36 41 .468 New York ...... 17 61 . .218 Western Division xoakiand ....... 59 is .766 ^§?"™.;:;; $ g J8 C 0a l la | naeles ...; 343 ° Z :5J5 .«, Vh 7'/2 27 13'/2 !5'/2 19 26 36 APACHE GREYHOUND PARK Entries for Thursday, April 3 FIRST, 5-14, Gr. 2. LP Velvet 8 CE's Doodle wig 10 Money Carrier 5-2 Dewey Canna 12 DelWtt's Bar 9-2 OB's Rattle Mae 6 Golden Gift 7-2 Little Float 8 SECOND, Apache Cr,, Gr. 1. DV's HI-Llter 7-2 TV Ike § Dean Hills 12 Satin Paws Bless Bess 9-2 Indian Game Edna N. 8 Indy Cindy THIRD, 3-U, Gr. 4. Only Herman 10 Toll Agent 1 SIXTH, S-H, Gr. 3. .Free Loads Fred .8 Mr. C.. G. Lox Lela May JL Movin On 7-2 CC's Clara 10 OB's Homerun 6 Stay Easy p. .W. MT A«fc. W 5S M* 5-2 10 Tena Out Herman's PH Adam M. Keeno (GM) 5-U. 9-2 Preserved (GM) 10 6 Dan's .Dancer £2 Lek* 8 Jack Bud " OB's Comedy Namanld Wednesday's Results Miami 108, Dallas 99 Kentucky 132, Indiana 127 Houston 149, New York 132 Only games scheduled. Three riders fined The stewards at Turf Paradise cracked down on three jockeys yesterday, fining Don MacBeth, L. J. Durousseau and Jack Wallace $100 each for failing to maintain straight courses with their mounts in the stretch run. MacBeth and Durousseau were involved with Shotgun Millie and First Cue, respectively, in last Friday's third race. Wallace drew his fine for his ride aboard Gay Tint in Saturday's seventh. Georgl Drive 5-2 Little Ghost Handolier Coy Sally Tru Dan 8 Slateree FOURTH, Apache Cr., Gr. 3. Wild Lad 7-2 British Sterling 9-! 7-! f.i ft Vv Eibert n' Mark Mohea LA Myla 6 Jalisco M's Johnny 12 Mlstamaha 5-2 Second Tuesday 9-2 OB's Offer (GM) 8 FIFTH, Pinal Cr., Gr. 2. Mike The Miller 5-2 Lollypop Ansel 9-2 OB's Cheryl 7-2 DV's Nellie Gray 10 Sabinosa 6 Berber Beauty 12 -• • -• •• - DD , S Bob 8 TENTH, S-U, Cr. 5, tu . _C.laret Red .. _8 Planthead Trinnav Bargette 10 Dandy Lass 5-2 Tap Wonder 6 I'rn Sir Slick Post Toast 10 12 9-2 6 f-2 OB'» Cheryl Sabinosa Flylns Birdie iVENTH, Apache Cr., Or. 4. Wolf 8 Bstr Espnto (C Chief-Wolf Sky Jude 1 Warber's Fly »•! Powerful Might 5-: Kay Cr., Or. Noon Sun Denny's Hope Bo Klna H) 8 7-2 10 0-4 4 1 x—i < 4 Thornton, .end Matson,^ Galan and HR—St. John (PC) 2 on In • OLKNDALK 7, MOORE PARK 5 •OMna'ale Com. 010 ooo 100 030 2—7 is i oaSS pfcTT* 100 too OOP 030 o-s t 3 ill. Griffin (4), (11) 1 Pint, . Forrnlller (3), Goodman (7) ; ina.,Qulnn. Muler (8). Rapkln, Cou• m1f\. Let i4) «nd Norman. Cech (6), and Dom. .Jilada (12) __ .... icCowman (Gi 2 on. LA. VALLiY 10, MiSA 3 inii 005, lipoektr.Jll) a ;••- K«»M»»- ™ r st ".I- ^ <aui I- Voihlwara. HR—McCowi RCA Widens The Gap!!! See Your Dealer Today and Find Out How!! AVAILABLE NOW! Limited quantities of "XL" color TV Sets are arriving now. XL color TV lets have been placed on allocation due to the tremendous response. See why nowi! > Dee breaks record Dee Myers clipped one itroke off the women's record at Moon Valley Country Club jwsterday when she posted a ofte-over-psr 73. The former etate titlist had held the former mark of 74, SEAT COVER KING 711 E. INDIAN SCHOOL Phone 274-3653 PRICES SLASHED! FACTORY CLOSE-OUTS AUTO SEAT COVERS GET YOURS TODAY! VALUES TO W and up scoo $ c - M *& FRONT SEATS ONLY | AOO $1 C 00 • m.M FULL • . :• FULL • ^^ SETS • *0 SETS UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT SPECIALS Reg. NOW Headlines $39,95 $29.88 Slip-on Nylon Seat Covers $5.95 $ 3,88 Auto Carpet! • Front ft Rear $35.00 $21,88 Tgyl.r Matft TRUCK COVIRS SAVE V; phens. Swingle, 8-3 last year, is now 2-2. ELSEWHERE IN the Central Division, McClintock prevented Westwood from tying Coronado for first in League B by handing the Warriors their second setback, 13-11. The Chargers, which rapped 15 hits, trailed 8-1 before starting their comeback with six unearned runs in the third. Saguaro moved into the top spot in League A, licking Arcadia, 11-8. Mike Pfitzer tossed a six-hitter for the winners and went 3-for-4 as did teammate Jeff Oscarson. TEMPE NOTCHED its first win of the season as John Blue hurled a two-hitter and slammed a triple and single. The Buffs beat Mesa, 4-1. In the Skyline Division, Cortez nudged Washington, 2-1, behind Monte Hadlock's six-hitter. Hadlock also had two hits and two RBIs. Sunnyslope topped Glendale 2-1 as Chuck Schindler pushed across both Viking runs. JOE SCHMITT whiffed 11 and surrendered only three hits to lift Paradise Valley over Moon Valley, 4-1, in a t battle between Class AA and' AAA nines. In AA, Agua Fria's Robert Villa and Jim Antunez combined to stop Tolleson, 5-1, on one hit. Villa, who went five innings and allowed the only safety, went 3-for-3 and drove in a run. SCOTTSDALE 4, CORONADO 3 SCOTTSDALE CORONADO WYOMING ft, ARIZONA M Shot-Tim Kearln (AJ 56-2V2,- Mlkft Wood (W) 53-T/4; Bob trout (A) 52-8; Javelin — Mike Prudent! (W) 242-10; Roy Wadell (A) 224-9; jack McEwen (Al 216-4; 3,000-meter steeplechase — Gene Adams "(A) 9:53.0; Ralph Orfega (A) 10:11.5; Rick Romal (W) 11:03.^; 440 relay — Wyoming (John Blhning, Kraig Fisher, Grea Santos, Mike Fra- zicr) 42.3; Ari7ona 43.3: high iump — Lorenzo Allen (A) 7-0; John Wedel (A) 7-0; Dallas Jackson (W) 6-4;. mile — Wayne Jensen (W) 4:08.5, Steve Hair (A) 4:19.8; Crals Gllbertson (W) 4:21.4; Ipna .iump-lsaac Williams (A) zi-J'A; Joe Houslev (W) 22-6V2; Krala Fisher (W) 22-6','j; 120 HH—KralB FIsTier 14.8; Bob Hudlow (W) 15.0: John _... ' i (W) 15.8; «0-Huey Johnson (W) ...; Dave Lessen (A) 48.8; Dutton (W) 50.6; discus— r ' " • Gene Waddell ( "sis 9 ; ' Dave on ( 16B-4; Ti prnev fA) 1^8.10. Frailer (W) Bln- (W) Ernie rroyt 9-10; i ... Ernie ob Tro (A) 149-10 9.8; Grea SEATTLE (UPI)-The Vancouver Canucks fired in three goals in both the first and second periods here last night to blank Seattle, 6-0, in the second game of their best-of- seven Western Hockey League semifinal playoffs. The win gave the Canucks a 2-0 margin over the Totems as they won the series opener, 7-1, in Vancouver Tuesday night. FIRST PERIOD — i, Vancouver, Harris (Cherry, McCask II), 8:J9. 2 .Vancouver, cherry (McKenny, Taylor) ViSL 3 ' yancouver, Bathsafe (McKenny Lemieux), 16:15. Penalty — Lemieux, Vancouver, 13:24. «COND - 4, Vancouver, Hall (Barlow, Reaume), 5:48. 5. Vancouver, Hextall (Hall, Hodse), 11:15. 6, Vancouver, Bathgate (Mc- Kenny, Lemieux), 17:21. Penalties- Ward, Seattle, 4:58; Hextall, Vancouver, 15:10. THIRD — No scoring. Penalties— Courcv, Seattle, 10:37; Lemieux, Van- _couver. 16:59, Saves: 8 0(196 ead 9 » 14 10 10-21 7—31 Portland 4, S.D. 3 PORTLAND, Ore. (UPI) Portland took the first game of a best-of-seven semifinal Western Hockey League playoff series over Satl Diego. 4-3, last night with Roger Bellerive providing the winning goal. FIRST PERIOD: 1, San Diego, Faulkner (Carmichael-Slnclalr) 4:11; 2, Portland, Kearns (Johnson-Pearson) 4:36. Penalties: Messier, Portland, 2;52; 8 'Ree, San Diego, 7:54; Sinclair, San lego, 14:49. SECOND: 3, Portland, Jones_. (DonaMspn : SdlmauJz) 8M8; 4, (W) . Schwartz (A) (W) 44-lU'j; k Bos- Bill 100-Mike . .. Santos (W) 9.8; Carl 10.1; TJ—Joe Housley (W Dallas Jackson (W) 42-2 3 <i; Hank cla (A) 41-9Vi; 880—Bob Mason (W) 1:54.5; Paul Konon (W) 1:55.3; Jack Weaver (A) 1:55.6; 440 IH-John Binning (W) 55.9; Britt Clapham (W) 57.8; Jack Tretheway (W) 1:00.3; PV-Cliff Cotton (W) 15-2; Joe Causey (A) .13-0;. Al .Hiyely. (W) 12-6; (S I _. _ _ >an Dlegq," SliSrTfTeld" (Car_, 2:11; 5, Portland, Campbell (Saunders) '-Nicholson) 220-Grea .Santos ..(W)_ 22.0; Dave .Leg tier Santa; Cruz ""(AT 9721.1}' MaVlo"C"astro Sett. (A)" 22.1"; "Mik'e "Frazler (Wf 2~2*?, : 2-mlle—Wayne Jensen (W) 9: Jot (A) 9:26.9; mile relay—Arizona (Steve Hair, Frank Pepper, Jack Weaver, Dave Leqgett) 3:22.3; Wyoming 3:22.6. AJO 74'/j, TOLLESON «5Vj, BAGDAD IS 120HH: McLaughlin (A) 15.5. 100: Schmidt (B) 10.4. Mile: Ledesma (T) 4:56.6. 880 Relay: Tolleson, 1:36.9. ds (A) 57.4. 180LH: Moreno 880: Quintero (B) 2:15.4. 220: 440 Woods .... [T) 21.3. 880: Ouintero (B. Schmidt (B) 23.7. 2-Mlle: Woods TA) '0:48. Mile Relay: Alo, 3:50.6. SP: itllllon (T) 41-10. HJ: Moreno (T) 6-0. 10-0. LJ: Mandurra .. 180LH: Moreno 2:15.4. Woods 3:50,6. SP: — ' PV: Wood's 18-915. (T) Discus: Peterson (A) Peorli 41, Paradise Valliy W Buckeye 2»'/i, Gilbert 23Vj, Boursade 16Vj, Gerard It j, e 120HH — Wagoner (B) :16.4; 100 — Stark (Ge) :10.4; mile — Blodsette (Pe) 4:39.1; 880 relay — Paradise Valley 1:35.3; 440 — Stark (Ge) :51.2> 180LH — Estes (Bu) :21.4; 220 — Mlllehan (PV) :23.7; 880 — Hardaway (Gi) 2:05.9; 2-mlle — Barley (Bu) 10:04.8; mile relay — Peorla 3:38.0; shot - Beaulieu (PV) 47-SVi; D Jessen (Ge) 131-9; HJ — Pleger (PV) t.\v t ; PV — Sprau (Pe) 13-2'/j; LJ — Duarte (Pe) 20-3. Gymnastics s tie for tourney lead SANTA CRUZ, Calif. - _f' Arizona State University's golfers posted a score of 301 to tie San Diego State for opening round lead yesterday of the Far Western Intercollegiate tournament. On a rainy, windy day at the par-71 Pasatiempo Golf Course, George Beans of Humboldt State shot a 72 to take the individual lead in the 54- hole tourney that winds up tomorrow. Don Powers and John Jackson Jr. were pacing Arizona State with 73s. They were followed by Paul Purtzer 73, Ernie McCray 78, Dave Sheff 78 and Wayne Manning 82. 15:14; i, Portland, Beierlve (Pearson Hay) 16:55. Penalties: Cardiff, San Diego, 2:25; Eagle, San Diego, 10:23; Bellerive, Portland, 12:59; Hay, Portland, 17:12; Campbell, Portland, 17:45; Hynes, San Diego, 18:49. THIRD: 7, San Diego, Cardiff (Nicholson-Eagle) 11. Penalties: Kearns, Portland, 3:24; O'Ree, San Diego, 4:24; Madiqan, Portland, 4:24; Schmautz, Portland, 8:44; Cardiff, San Diego, 8:44; Hunt, Son Diego, 15:49; Johnson, Portland, 16:50. Saves: Champoux, San Diego 12 10 6 — 28 McLeod, Portland,. 6 7 11—24 AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 3, Springfield 2 Hershev 4, Baltimore 2 I THE ORIGINAL LULTTBEUE M I. MAIN ST. ICOTTSDALB »4M4O LUNCHEONS DINNERS • COCKTAILS • Under me friendly nwnaiement »f JIM THOMASON PRESCOTT 11«.», SUNNYSLOPE »7.« Floor Exercise—Frank (P) 6.7; Side- horse-,-Fernow (P) 5.5; Still Rlnqs— Logan (P) 6.2; Trampoline — Jordan (P) 6.8; Parallel Bars—Frank (P) 5.5; High Bar—Frank (P) 5.9: Tumbling— Judd (P) 6.8; All-Around—Frank (P) Golf (Ham Tournament) — Flight A — Bernv Urbach, 84. Flight B — Code Gullard, 85. Flight C — 'at Harrach, 91. Flight D — Flor- 100 002 01-4 f 2 001 020 00—3 6 t Swingle and Hamlln; Forele and Kei ler. WP—Swingle (2-2). LP—Forgle (2-2 CLASS AAA McCllntock 13, Westwood 11 Saguaro 11, Arcadia 8 Scottsdale 4, Coronado 3 (8 inn.) Flagstaff 13, St. Mary's 2 Prescott 4, Brophy 3 Douglas 8, Sahuaro 1 Sunnvslooe 2, Glendale 1 Tempe 4, Mesa 1 Cortez 2, Washington 1 Casa Grande 5, Yuma 0 Paradise Valley 4, Moon Valley 1 CLASS Aft , . ence Weeks, 109. GREENSBORO OPEN PRO-AM Low pro — Tommy Aaron, 6S, $758) Al Gelberger, Don January, Don Bles, 66, $563. Baseball COLLEGE Brlgham Young 5, Mississippi 0 Santa Clara 2, Stanford 1, 7 Innings, rain Softball Buena 6, Benson 4 Canyon del Oro 2, Bisbee 0 Nogales 10, Flowing Wells 2 Coconlno 3. phoenix Indian 9 Agua Frla 5, Tolleson 1 Miami 7, Safford 2 CLASS A Morenci 10, Duncan 4 Ray 10, Florence 2 Holbrook 7, Mlngus 1 CLASS B Bagdad 10, Antelope 4 Parker 17, Phoenix Christian S St. John's Indian 11, Marlcopa 1 Wickenbura 6, Glla Bend 4 Valley Union 3, Tombstone 2 Ash Fork 8, Salome 5 FREE-WAY SLOP ITCH LEAGUE La Canlta 29, Bill Luke 3. Hurricanes 19, Palmeras 11. Southern Buffet 19, American Ball Bond 16. Blq Apple 27, Trlmflt 19 Pool Tables NEW and USED Largo Supply of Custom Cue Sticks 1911 E. McDowtll 258-7925 EXCITING Dog Racing! APACHE GREYHOUND PARK Highway 60 at Apache Jet. Racing Wed. thru Sun. nights Admission 50* * children welcome PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING Funks' Greyhound Racing Circuit TOWER PLAZA 3801 E. 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