Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 85
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 85

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, April 5, 1969
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Yesterday's sports Scoreboard Golf ARIZONA CC - (Parent, child)-Father-son division— Don MacKinnon and Mark; Mother-daughter division —Mrs. Ssnd and Laura; Father-daughter division — Tony Sand and Laura,- Mother-con etivsion — Mrs. E. Lawless and Tommy; Unhandicapped division- Mrs. H. Applesate and Jim. CORONADO GOLF COURSE (hole in one) — Paul Maca, 8th hole, 170 yards, driver. PAPAGO GOLF COURSE — Keith Lucas made a hole-in-one on the 4th hole, 219 yards, using a 5 Iron. ENCANTO CLUB (President's Cup) Margaret Kelly, 210. Even holes-half handicap: Class A, Donna Owens, 34; Class B, Beulah Wilson, 35; Class C Hockey AMERICAN LEAGUE Hershev 4, Baltimore 3 Providence.^..Quebec 1 Rochester S, Buffa , Laverne Langert, chaffer, 35; Class D, Jerry 33. GOLDEN HILLS CC (championship) —Apache division. Chuck Brown, gross 236; Julius Graber, 205. Red Mt. Division. Joe Grahlman, gross 240; Rov Dahlbero, net 205. Superstition Division, Charles Hedges, gross 264; Fred Daniel, net 205. MOON VALLEY CC (hole In one) — Jean Osborne, 3rd hole, 170 yds, *-wood. Gymnastics SEATTLE (AP) — Qualifiers yesterday in the National Collegiate Athletic Associations gymnastics championships at the University of Washington:, Floor exercise — i, Toby Towson, Michigan State, 9.35. 2, Dave Jacobs, Michigan, 9.00. 3, George Freenfiedle, California, 9.00. 4, Rick Simmons, Iowa State, 9.00. 5, Tom Proulx, Colorado State, 8.95. t, Jim Fisher, Sacramento State, 8.95. Side horse— 1, Keith McCanless, Iowa, 9.50. 2, Mauno Nissinen, Washington, 9.35. 3, Dennis Ramsey, Brlgham Young, 9.30. 4, Ken Liehr, Iowa, 9.30. 5, Bob Emery, Penn Slate, 9.20. 6, Tom Neville, Indiana State, 9.15. Rings — 1, Ward Maythaler, Iowa State, 9.35. 2, Paul Vexler, Penn State, 935. 3, Don Hatch, Iowa, 935. 4. Bob Dickson, Iowa, 9.15. 5. Charles Froeming, Michigan, 9.10. 6. ties Dave Carrier, New Mexico, 9.10, Mauno Nissinen, Washington, 9.10, Eric Courchesne, California., 9.10. Baseball slate for preps today TODAY CLASS Aft Buena at San Manuel, 11 a.m. CLASS A Chinle at Ganado Mission, 1 p.m. CENTRAL LEAGUE semifinal Playoffs Dallas 4. Omaha 3 (overtime). Dallas leads best-of-5 series, l-o Oklahoma City 3, Tulsa 2, Oklahoma leads best-of-7 series, 2-1 Phillips near full recovery CHICAGO (AP) - A cast was removed from the right hand of Chicago Cub outfielder, Adolfo Phillips, yesterday by team physician, Dr. Jacob Suker. Phillips suffered a broken bone on the inside of his hand March 13 when hit by a pitched ball. Dr. Suker estimated that Phillips will be able to function at full capacity in about 10 days. Until then, Suker added, Phillips will not be allowed to bat or throw hard. SUMMER RATES Chris-Town Golf Course • RESERVATIONS • '69 MEMBERSHIPS • PLUS 9-HOLE PITCH 'N PUTT 6215 N.I 5th Ave. • 277-0980 Baseball HIGH SCHOOLS Kofa 4, Yuma 0 ORANGE COUNTY INVITATIONAL Grambllnq 6, Wyoming 5 UC Santa Barbara 5, New Mexico 3 Chapman 8, New Mexico s RIVERSIDE NATIONAL Southern California 7, Indiana 0 Mississippi 13, UC Riverside 7 Riverside 8, Indiana 5 Delaware 6, Illinois S SAN DIEGO MCRD TOURNAMENT Marine Corps Recruit Depot 5, San San° lernando Valley State 8, Cal West- 6r san Diego State 10, Valley State 8 OTHERS Albuauerdue 7, Colorado College 2 Colorado 4-2, Iowa State 2-5 Pepperdlne S, Los Anqeles State 5 (tie, 13 Innings, darkness) Wrestling MADISON SQUARE GARDEN Matt Gilmore def. Eddie Lopez; Killer Kane def. Riki Valenzuela; Chuck Karbo won by disqualification from Pancho Pico; Beaureguarde def. Jack Redlk; Tito Montez-Bob Ellis vs. Dupree Brothers, no decision. CHANCE OP A LIFETIME AUCTION NEW 1969 DATSUN BE READY SAT,, APRIL 5th Channel 12 I to 4 P.M. 2 Door Auction Sale by Mesa Lions Club and KTAR-TV (April 5th) TO BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER—REGARDLESS DONATED by Brit Smith DATSUN See and Drive and Get Full Defer//? Only At . . . otttA- DATSUN 802 MILL AVE. • OPEN SUNDAY Read Bernie Wynn's shrewd and factual political columns BERT'S AUTOMOTIVE & TRANSMISSION SERVICE 250 N. 7th AVENUE 252-2363 MOTOR CYLINDER Plui Parti OVERHAUL *89 95 - 3 (5 — r CYLINDER Q Plus Parts PARTS and LABOR All Work 100% Guaranteed SPECIALIZING IN CORVAIRS Va|ve Job 6 cyl., $40. plus parti FREE • Loan Cars • Towing • Motor Electronically Analyzed • INSTANT CREDIT • VNB CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED AUTOMATIC TRANS. OVERHAUL Total labor plus parts *30°° $24^ $7 All Work 100% Guaranteed TRANSMISSION SEAL JOB TUNE UP 6 cyl. plus parts 50 TRANSMISSION SPECIAL Adjust Bands. Adjust Linkage, JlAfJO Clean Screens, Change Fluid "V NOW at APACHE JCT! *• First post - 3:15 p.m Enjoy racing and wagering. Action tonight and every Wednesday fhru Sunday night! DELICIOUS "CINTA AZUl" DINING! Chef Barney Cole is at the broiler serving superb steaks and •seafood. The Clubhouse is comfort-controlled and there's no extra admission charge. Parking—50c; Valet Parking—$1 flunk*' Gr«yhoMn* R«cln* Circuit PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING! Win, Place, Show and ROUND-TRIP BUS SERVICE! The fun track is just Quiniela on every race plus Daily Double, Perfecta minutes east of Mesa. Valley Transit buses leave and Big Q betting, FAMILIES WELCOME! Bring everybody! Children under 12 are admitted free with parents. It's fun for all at Greyhound Park. 1st St. and Monroe each racing night at 6:45 p.m. Intermediate stops enroute. Round-trip fare includes track admission. K™iwu > "Ur>|P^a* u**!dfc> Plioenl*, Sat., April 5, 1989 CITY Tfte Arizona Republic 55 Relations: 964-2971 Easter Parade Of VALUES! Dressed Fit To Kill And Driving An Old Car In The Easter Parade?? Why Should You, When Midway Will Sell You A Brand Spanking New Car At Year End Closeout "Prices!!! So Why Not Grab Your Favorite "BUNNY" (NOT THE ONE AT THE PLAYBOY CLUB) And Hop On Into Midway Chevrolet For A Really Fine Buy!!!! HOT A BAD EGG IN THE LOT!! ,jti '69 IMPALA CUSTOM CPE.i ) HasAV/8 Engine, Tinted Glass, Factory A Refrigeration, V etc., etc. V\ #4894 V Equipped With 4 Speed Trans., Head (. Restraints, Tinted Glass, Console, Disc Brakes, Radio, Rally Sport Equip., Special Performance #6045 '69 300 DELUXE SPORT CPE. Equipped With Head restraints, Tinted Glass, Factory Refrigeration, Wheel Covers, W.W. Tires, Radio, Etc. Etc. #5294 . PICKUPS PRICES START AS LOW AS YOURS TODAY $259900 « ) Tinted Glass, Head Restraints, ) 255 H.P. Engine, v Special Trans., M Heavy Duty V Radiator, 'inyl Trim. #1594 — _*. '69 IMPALA 2967 00 HasAV/8 HARDLY USED DEMOS Engine, Tinted Glass, Automatic Trans., Power Steering, W.W. Tires, H.D. Radiator, etc., etc. #6267 '69 NOVA COUPE 2267 00 AND EXECS. Not a Stripped Car As You Might Expect At This Price! A Real Easter Y^ Special. #6326 OVER OUR COST ON ANY OTHER NEW 3 to 9 PASSENGER UNIT IN OUR HUGE INVENTORY jf SAVE UP TO s 1000.00 We Have Approximately 1 0 of Them for You to Choose From!! All Extremely Good Buys!! THE OLD SAYING IS That "You Can't Have Your Cake And Eat It, Too." We Say "Buy Any One Of The Above Eggs, And You'll Have A Lot Left To Buy The Ham, Too." ALL KIDDING ASIDE We Want Your Business!! The Income Tax Is Out Of The Way!! (WE HOPE) EASTER Is Here, And No Doubt You're Still Quite Busy! All We Ask Is That You Give Us A Few Minutes Of Your Time This Weekend, And We Will Do Our Level Best To Make You The Best Possible New Car Buy In All Of Arizona! we HAve oviR 250 BRAND Hi W CARS For You To Choose From!!! We Probably Have What You Want; If We Don't, (And This Is Hardly Possibly) We Sure Will Get It For You!!! SPECIAL NOTICE! We Are Direly In Need Of Nice Used Cars, So If You've Got A Nice Trade-in, Not Only Will You Make The Best Possible Buy In Town, You Will Receive A Generous Trade In Allowance On Old Faithful!! We're only a short 1 2 to 1 5 minutes drive from Camelback Road. So if you're shopping around TODAY, please take time to come in and see us! You'll Be Clad You Bid and We Will Be Tee!! MIDWAY CHEVROLET CONVENIf NUY LOCATf D IN DOWNTOWN PHOENIX 7th AVE. & GRAND Se H.bla Espanol 268.6111 - Optn W«ek<Uyt 'til I P,M, Saturday!, Sundayi t»f i W WILL NOT KNOWINGLY IE UNSERSQI 0 OK OVERTRADED i d

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