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C1VY 58 The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Fri., Ang. 14, IfW More nhont h 1 ! t J ' '«" » Chris-Town in Legion finale Governors adopted for NASCAR races Cook out for season Continued from Page 55 The bases-loaded scoring opportunity must have put fire into the Chris-Town offense. Chuck Milo led off the sixth with a single, advanced on a sacrifice and scored the winning tally on Darrell Hudson's single to left, Milo sliding head Chapter Z of Frazier vs. Cassius Associated Press ATLANTA— Promoters confidently proclaimed yesterday that the way is virtually clear for a Joe Frazier — Cassius Clay heavyweight title fight in Atlanta, but Frazier's manager immediately branded it nonsense. "It's a lie. There is no truth to it at all," said Yank Durham in Stateline, Nev., where Frazier is appearing with his rock music group in the lounge of a casino-hotel on the shores of Lake Tahoe. Durham's wet blanket was tossed over the proposed fight less than three hours after state Sen. Leroy Johnson said only the fighters' signatures on a contract stood in the way of an Oct. 26 bout in 5,000-seat City Auditorium. Scoreboard Baseball INTERNATIONAL LKAGUI Columbus 8, Louisville 3 Richmond 3, Tidewater 2 Rochester 13-3, Winnipeg 3-0 Syracuse 3, Toledo 0 SOUTHERN LEAGUE Montgomery 4, Asheville 0 (12 in- nines) Columbus 8, Jacksonville 1 Charlotte 2-1, Mobile 1-2 Birmingham at Savannah, ppd., rain AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Omaha 6, Wichita 5 Tulsa 2, Evansville 0 Indianapolis 4, Oklahoma City 3 TEXAS LEAGUE Albuquerque 6, Memphis 5 Arkansas 5, Amarillo 2 El Paso, Shreveport 0 San Antonio 5, Dallas-Fort Worth 1 EASTERN LEAGUE Reading 3, Pawtucket o .Manchester 5, Waterbury 4 (12 in- first under the right fielder's throw to catcher Joe Nix. A heads-tip defensive play by Chandler prevented Chris- Town from adding an insurance run in the seventh. Gary Hough walked, and Frank Doughty followed with a routine ground ball to third baseman Bob Albin, but Albin threw wildly with both run- Pancho pushed before winning TORONTO (AP) — Pancho Gonzalez curbed his temper enough to survive three match points and defeat Ron Holmberg of Highland Falls, N.Y., 64, 4-6, 8-6, last night in a rain - delayed, second - round singles match in the $23,000 Canadian Open Tennis Championship. Top-seeded Rod Laver of Australia made his tournament debut and won his second-round match, 6-3, 6-1, over countryman Bill Bowrey. ners reaching safety. With Milo at bat, Snowden caught Doughty off first and on the ensuing rundown Hough tried to score but was cut down at the plate, Pew firing a perfect strike to Nix. Larry Bond led off the Chandler ninth with a single but catcher Rick Messner picked him off. Godfrey then got Nix to ground out and whiffed Gary Carver. Chandler jumped on Arcadia starter Rob Millsop and Frank McConnell for four runs in the first inning, two scoring via bases loaded walks, one on an error and Larry Bond's single. Arcadia came back with one in their half of the inning but single tallies in the second, fourth and fifth innings boosted Chandler's margin to 7-1. Both clubs tallied twice in the eighth to round out the scoring going into the final frame. CAMBRIDGE JUNCTION, Mich. (AP) -Practice opened y e s t e r d a y for the Yankee 400 stock car race and for the first time in recent history the big stockers were equipped with a device to slow them down. The National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) ordered that the machines be equipped with a special plate under their carburetors to limit the flow of fuel. The plate acts as a sort of governor on the engine's power. The hew rule was immediately noticable in lap speeds turned at Michigan Interna- More about PGA golf tional Speedway, a two-mile semi-oval located in the scenic Irish Hills west of Detroit. Average speds were down as much as 10 miles per hour from those posted by the top cars during p r a c t i c e and qualifying for the Motor State 400 here last June. Pete Hamilton had set a new lap record of 162.739 m.p.h. for the June race. The best he could do yesteray was 153.518 m.p.h. in the same car "We may find a way to go a bit faster before the week is out, but I would say the man who can turn 155 Friday will sit on the pole," the blond 27-year-old Hamilton said. CINCINNATI (AP) -Greg Cook, quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals of the National Football League, will undergo sufgery Monday and is not expected to play this year, Paul Brown, coach and general manager announced yesterday. Cook will undergo exploratory surgery to his right shoulder at the Cleveland, Snowden and Nix. Godfrey and M»»»- ner. W— Godfriy. L— Snowden. Greyhound results FIRST, 5» Yd*, Gr. J, T-J1.W <«4) $62 20 Chester Gilmore (8) 20.60 22.60 4.40 PH's Pill-0 (4) 8.80 5.00 Harborsides (3) ... ?-?° Also: MR's Little Bit, Lottie Siz, The Game, OB's Letsgom Nigs, Mr. Mllam. _ , seiunu, M3 Yds, Or S, T—3».M (M) $132.00 D-D (M) J131.M. Special Je Nay (6) 20.20 8.60 5.80 Havalena Espanto (8) 9.40 4.60 Whit's Zip (3) 2.90 Also: TV Kathie, Groovy Gracem, Wild Rhythm, Reneesancem Ralletta. THIRD, 5» Yds, Gr. 4, T-3I.40 (3-D S20.M. Duane '0 (31 5.20 3.00 2.80 Zippo Comet (8) 4.20 3.20 Nia's Mary Ann (7) 4.40 Also: Sammy Seven, Tell Tim, Atrls- com Power Shan, Snip Hunter scratched. I) PH' K's FOURTH, MO.OO. $50 Ydt, Or. 3, T— M.JO (t- :H'5_Pistacte (5j w W.40 n.2o •» SI .., Bob Have Groovy Jim (8, , Also: OV's Half Nelson, Sister Breer, City Love, Plastic Twister, OB's Hon. 13.80 Flip Ann, W's Runninv Btar, Georgie Jane. SEVENTH, S50 Yds, Gr. 2, T—31 .U (7-8) f2*,M. El Turk Espanto (7) 13.20 4.40 3.20 JL's Boozer (8) 4.80 4.00 Jack's Cutle (5) 3.40 Also: PH's Panzer, TV Ada, Sierra Apache. Four Dividers, Sailor's Silver. EIGHTH, $50 Yds, Gr. J, T—J2.S1 U- OB'S Steve (4) 20.60 4.00 3.40 Maggie Prince (2) 3.20 2.43 Daring Bid (1) 3.20 Also: Miss Frances, San Tan Misty Blue, Boots Paharlock, LD's Shane, , Two Socks. NINTH, $50 Yds, Gr. 1 T-31.M (3-$) Sear' Passage (5) 11.80 10.40 3.60 Nina Mia (ST, *» J.W OB's Marcja (1) 3.20 Also: LD's Annette, Laugher, Wild Punch, Klowa Buck. Kay's Inez, I, ISO Y*, Gr. 3, T—3LM O. Continued from Page 55 first PGA and looking for his first professional triumph. "I know what to do on a course like this, or an Open course," said Miller, who stunned the golfing world when he finished tied for eighth as a 19-year-old amateur in the 1966 U.S. Open on his home course, the Olympic Club. FIRST ROUND SCORES Jack Nicklaus John Miller Larry Hlnsoi. "a/les Goody Wells (3) 9.60 3.1 11.2 Keeno (1) Clever Vixen (2) 7.40 6.tO 6.20 3.80 3.60 Battle Mischief (7) . Also: Karen's Fancy, Apa... derm, Maggie's Moose, LD's Big Boy, Infru- Tammv Tulane. Tiny Tinita (8) . Also: Bright Elly, Honka Ton Girl, Jack's Buffy, Tupelo Tom, Monte Espanto. _ M |IXTH, 550 Yds, Gr. 4., T-3I.51 (5-6) Cody 'count (5) 21.00 12.80 7,20 the Apache Sweetheart (6) ELEVENTH, M) Yds, Gr. 3, T— 40.17 ((••) $43.40, P (8-*) $147.10. Go Valentine (8) 11.60 13.20 7.20 OB's Blue Lace (6) 9.20 3.20 Singer's Goal (5) 3.60 Also: Sunday Special, Nice Vice, TV Dan. Quail Craft, Tarika. . , 10.80 5.60 . . Nicer Clopook (1) 5.80 Also: Tin Canned, Shake It Granny, Big Q 4,856 3-6) 143 Exch (6-9) 7 'Inners $589.60. Handle—72,342. Att—1,075. Greyhound entries ninas) Pi' Itsfield at Elmira, ppd., rain. Golf BLACK CANYON GREYHOUND PARK Entries for Fri., AVI. 14 FlRST-Canyon Cr, Or. 1 Prairie Vixen 6 Tohot Tohandle 12 0 °- B -' s ' Bl Velv 2' s Fonder 5-2 Classic Story 12 7-2 P.H.'s Proxy ( * Jud's Fst Flor 9-2 . -^ Jack's Brook Adam M. « -9-2 Mohea 7-2 Dan's Dancer SHALIMAR CC (Junior Golf Invitational): Age 14-16 — Rick Rives, Scottsdale, 33; 10-13 — Championship flight — Rusty Brown, Mike LIndsey, 35. WlGWAM CC (Twilight League): 68, Gene McVety and Betty Pulinski; Ray and Dolores Sanders; Hal and Terry Susie; Gordon and Irene Butts; Dick and Marnie Force. SECOND— Sunset cr., Gr. 1 See Vennle 6 Bull 'n Bear 9-2 Cocopah 7-2 Value Added 8 T.M.'s Charm 10 J.W. Rhonda 12 Jack's Peggy 5-2 GG's Red Glory 8 THIRD— Canyon Cr., Gr! 4 U: Softball COOLIDGE ASA SLO-PITCH TOURNEY: Bashas 13, Big Apple 9. MADISON PARK (IRC Tournament) Motorola Blue 16, Motorola Red 10; Motorola White 9, Tang Club 8; Motorola White 11, Motorola Blue 3; Arizona Bank 11, General Electric 10. Ms Lynn 8 O.B.'s It's Ours 5-2 Mighty Classy 9-2 Dennis 7-2 Room fr Doubt 10 Meadowbrook Lone Valentine 12 Pizza Roll FOURTH—Canyon Cr., Gr. 3 Arizona Bred Preferred Oshkosh Kcno 6 Signal Light 7-2 T.V. Robin 5-2 P.H.'s Papaya 8 M's Johnny 10 Penguin EspanM 8 Jan Speed 12 La. Belleya 9-2 FIFTH—Sunset Cr., Gr. 4 SEVlNTH-Canyon Cr., Gr. 1 ,K.'S Skip » PrxM Art! oik Tune ^ . 'apples Last Nundo Espanto 12 Man 8 O.B.'s Red Jack 10 Madge Adams 7-2 EIGHTH—Canyon Cr., Gr. J S.D.'s Donniego 8 Oshkosh Winner Cactus Chief 8 7-2 O.B.'* Pvt. John 'Happy Fink 12 5-2 Choctaw. Ed 6 Larry Hlnson Charles Goody Jick Hendrickson Sam Snead Dave Stockton Hornero Blancas Jackv Cypit Arnold Palmer MMfi?* 11 B£ 0 y«r § mv Aaron Murphv Stamon y ZleaUr Julius Boros . Bobby Mitchell Ha e Irwin Bill Collins ? ick Lotz am Weiskopf Bob Rosburg Lee Trevino Terry Dill Gene Littler Billy Casper Jim Wiechers Al Geiber Bruce Crampton Gibbv Gilbert Kermit Zarlev Jerry Steelsmlth Chuck Scally Don January Dow Finsterwald Bert Greene Bob Menne Bob Stone Gene Thompson R.H. Sikes Phil Rodgers Jimmy Wright -'lek Crawford .e* Elder I Bessellnk Bills, Detroit matched tonight BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) The B u f f a 1 o Bills, kicked around the last three years in the American Football League, make their National Football League home debut tonight. They hope to do some kicking around themselves. The Bills entertain the Detroit Lions in War Memorial Stadium, where each team will try for its first preseason victory. Both suffered crush- si 34-68 ing defeats las t week, New Sltfl York Pending the Bills 33-10, 34.34-70 and Kansas City whipping the 34-36—70 37-33-7f 34-36—71 36-34—71 Lions 30-17. KC, Colls to collide KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Colts, both expected to be tough in the National Football League race this season, collide in a nationally televised exhibition game here tonight. The kickoff is scheduled for 5:30 p.m., Arizona time. Both teams, undefeated so far, will be bothered by injuries to key players. The Chiefs will be weak at the linebacker posts. Bobby Bell definitely is out of the action and rookies Clyde Werner and Bob Stein aren't expected to play. Bell has a spinal injury, Werner a pulled hamstring muscle and Stein a shoulder sprain. Baltimore's Johnny Unitas, despite a dislocated finger, is slated to start a quarterback. Offensive tackle Sam Ball and safety Jerry Logan are both Colts question marks. Ball has a sprained knee. If he doesn't play, regular right guard Dan Sullivan will step in. Ohio Clinic. "After examination there Thursday," said Brown, "Greg decided he should undergo surgery. "They'll be doing an exploratory operation. They feel that the injury is a sheath of muscle that may have worked loose." Cook was placed on the unable to perform list, which puts him out of action for six weeks "but doctors feel that he will be lost for-the season," Brown said. Cook's physician is Dr. Roger Collins, an orthopedic surgeon. Brown said Cook, who has complained of constant pain and has been unable to throw a football, suffered an injury during a pickup basketball game at the University of Cincinnati last February. He said a passing arm injury Cook suffered in 1969 against the Kansas City Chiefs was "c o m p 1«t ely healed." Cook was named offensive rqokie-of-the-year in 1989 for his first year performance in the American Football League. ACQUAN6TTA JACK ROSS TONIGHTS MOVII "STOFMCMFORi I KILL" Starring Cliudt Ompnllt *nd RontM Ltwit CHANNEL 5 10:30 P.M. MISINTtD iV JACK ROSS LINCOLN-MERCURY 445 W. MAIN, MISA 35-37—7 35-37-7: Bob Lunn Dale Douglas Gary Player glass L.D.'s Mable Linda Shannon 10 I NINTH—Canyon Cr., Gr. 1 Del Mar Results Clyde S. 7-2 Nametta See Ollie 9-2 Model Jam Martv Murphy 5.-2 I'm Hoss 10 O.B.'s Nola 8 Penasco Espanto 6 SIXTH—Canyon Cr., Gr. 3 Track Shuffler 8 Sweet Sorrow 10 Kemosabay 10 J.L. Irish Rose 12 (shop's Pick 8 Ern'e 9-2 G.L.'s Lavina 6 L.D.'s Dot 7-2 O.B.'s Loup 5-2 Woollahra 8 TENTH—Canyon Cr., Gr. 3 Mi Lou To 9-2 - Skip Sims 8 Vickers Folly 8 G.G.'s. CoTjra 10 Like It Was 7-2 T.K.'s Dale 6 - 5-2 Smile Big 12 12 Penn Press ELEVENTH-Sunset Cr., Gr. 3 T.V. am P.H.'s Pesky Jack's Image Brad Short Clear and Fast FIRST — S3,00 cl. 3YO UP 6 F. Colonel John (Mark) 10.80 6.80 4.60 Ben Had (Lambert) 4.80 4.00 Bold Host (Hall) 5.80 Time—1: 4-5 SECOND — $3,000 cl. 3YO 6 f. Nevada Bush (Mhrny) 27.60 7.60 3.80 Blank Dan (Hall) 4.00 2.60 King Of Space (Valenzuela) 3.00 Time—1:10 3-5 DAILY DOUBLE (U-t)PAID «9».«0 THIRD — $3,000 cl, 2YO 6 f. Knock On Wood (Wellington) 5.00 3.40 2.80 Hum Dum (Pineda) 5.80 4.00 Native Ruler (Mahorney) 3.80 Time — 1:11 1-5 FOURTH — $4,000, mdns 3&4YO, 6 t Princess Dumptv (Toro) 5.40 3.20 2.60 Farewell Patrice (Durousseau) 3.60 3.60 Funny Ache (Resales) 6.80 Time — 1:11. FIFTH — $3,700, Cl, 3YO, 6 fl Fanclmine (Wellington) 30.00 13.00 4.80 Honorably (Mark) 4.80 2.80 Nautically (Alvarez) 2.60 Time — 1:11 2-5. Grid-cage combo is TV offering KTAR-TV will couple basketball with football tonight, beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Channel 12. Following the Baltimore Kansas City football telecast, the Phoenix Suns' 1969-70 highlight film will be shown. The basketball segment also will include an interview with Suns general manager Jerry Colangelo. SIXTH — $4,000 mdn. 3/4YO, 6 f. Angry Jed (Moreno) 10.60 4.60 3.40 Chain And Mace (Toro) 8.60 5.40 Blonde Captain (Grant) Time — 1:09 4-5 . 5.60 SEVENTH, — $7,500 ale. 3YO uo 6 f. 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