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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 118

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Friday, June 29, 1973
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TIME OUT! | Fosgwes tit control Kerr power w....^ i. _ _^^ . -M., .. • ; '>. "' .' SALT - For- gave' up five-hiW ( , including two solo homers, but never, in trouble. huck fcobflor'allowed five Its and Larry Haney'hit a rand slam homer as Tucson lobbered Salt Lake, 8-2, in acific Coast League baseball hursday night. r.Dobson and Don Rose dueled through five innings with each team scoring once. Bien Tucson broke loose in We sixth, Chico Vaughns hit his 12th homer of the'year and Craig Robinson added his third. , ?r&] Ce &« v »F* n * rr v'. (S ; j) ' L 7#»W 8 * 1 (6-10). HR-|uger7e, Robinson (J , V»u- 9hn» (12). T—2:38. A—1,314. Softball 1 MARYVALE,PARK (fart Pitch) - lresearch.6, Tolwson Aces 1> Trl-Cltv , North Phoenix Baptist 0. Dunn .Edwards 37, ASR. 12* Affa 13, Joro 10' Schlpper Constr. 32, T-BIrd •JTacoma spurts <*•> ' . . :'EUGENE, Ore. (AP)-Talma's Twins overtook the Eugene Emeralds in the third iflning and "were never again threatened Thursday night as they won an 8-4 Pacific Coast ?|ague baseball victory. ^Winning pitcher Vic AJberry perstate. S; Arizona Mobile Homes B • ers ?; Alamo leback In Saddleback Inn - —ty . » Jim Barnes 2; 6; MARICOPA COUNTY PARKS ANO lECREATION DEPT. — El Mirage ed Raiders 17, Surprise Giants ti Peola Boys Club 16, Peorla Giants 3) eshlen Jets 21, CashlonCardlnilso. r.V •H >"* Kolovrat KO'din third ,— VEGAS, Nev. (AP) - win for DiFazio and the fifth Unbeaten Rocky DiFazio, 147 loss for Kolovrat against 17 of; Chicago, scored a', third wins, rflund knockout over Frankie A • t, ftrf 1off .,...,, „. ,,„,.. Kolovrat, 148, Tucson, in a A short left. hook, got Koto- sfcheduled 10-round fight. It was -the- ninth straight third round. vrat in a neutral corner for the count 40 seconds into the Softball tourney at Santa Rita TUCSON — Three Phoenix area softball teams will see action tonight in the fourth annual Firecracker Men's Softball Tournament at Santa Rita Park. , j In the opener at 6 p.m. Williams Air Force .Base meets Tucson's Adam's Tree Service. With Miller Offset of Phoenix ;. meeting Fort Huachuca at 9:00. Rossi Ford faces Drum of Las CrucesL- New Mexico at 10:30. " Tonight's other game pits Bisbee and Ries of Las Cruces. : Defending champion Kirtland Air Force Base, the Rams of Tucson and Holleman Air ,Force Base have, first round draws tonight but will see action in tomorrow's ten-game schedule, f ; The tournament is an 11;team, three day double-elimination affair. GHyhound results BLACK CANYON GREYHOUND PARK S.S. Beth (3) FIRST, Or 3, 550 Ydfc M1.SV 0-(3-7) Carvo'n Espanto (3) 36.80 9.40 4.00 Dryer (7) 4.20 3.60 Gem's Charger (2) 3.00 „ Also, King's Over, Rebel's HI Red, O.B.'s Rite, P.H.'s Prissy, Kim Caddo. SECOND, Or. 3, M3 Yds, T-40.11, Q-(4-6)-H1.80. Bob's Eby (6) - le (2) . 18.20 4.60 3.00 Night Stvle ._. _Also, Shore Lot, Billy John, L.L.'s Doreen, Strong Run, Rebel's Reb. Dog entries BLACK CANYON GREYHOUND PARK Official entrlti for Friday, June 30 , FIRST—Canyon, Gr. 3 Wrest 5-2 New Tipper 7-2 Lovely Lynn 12 GPs Super Suds 8 Westy Peg 8 Cap De uxe 10 Utah Go 6 DVs Trplcal Jo 9-2 SECOND—Sunset, Gr. 3 Casa Tiny 6 Sad Sinner 8 WC Lady 9-2 Blazing Journey 10 Banlo Blaze 8 Oshksh Bounce 7-2 Bob's Klngman 12 Kisslcks 5-2 THIRD—Canyon, Gr. 4 D.Q.'s Ironside 8 Raider Troubles 8 rinim'. Billy 5-2 Red Cargo 12 -- Little Corey 10 Cindy LOU 9-2 .40 7.20 Golden' : fiollda'y' (2) " 7!sO Also, Kamo,,.:Sportsman, J's Fulmer, Rebel's Husky,, Little Gopher. • ; •8$®t Frank's Devil (IV Buzz Uptown ' Sagamon Sam 550 Yds, T-3J.77 (IV '(5) (6) 11.20 4.40 3.20 •• 3.80 9.40 • 3.40 Also, Dewltt's Checker, Onser, Little lnd .y;._Headwav Spinn.e.r. IBIETIJ /» oMiiiiicr i rviinucia. 0; 1 (7-l).$»2.00, r p«rf.(8-7)-$»09.4b. ™ >24/ Miriam R. (8) 8.60 «.20 3.00 Happy Warrior (7) 10.40 4.20 O.B.'s Edle (6) 2.80 Also, M.J.'s Patrick, L.L.'s Zoom, G.A.'s Hungry Dove, Black Ability, .. Bob's Rick. '' Si ° Yd " S.S. Cracker 0.0. *~iav.nci 7-2 Little Tim Temper 6 Cindy _ FOURTH—Canyon, Gr. 2 C.C. Lady R8.P's Ross Almost All Bear Market 5-2 Gunnlson 7-2 AAlti Success ' Valdez Is Cming 8 if Abe Coker (8) 4.20 Also, Zlm Zlm, Ron's Cvmee, Boone Ring, Open Country, Vital Issue. SBVBNTH, Or 2, 550 Ydt, T-31.34, Faded ".Gold '.(3).. 3.40 3.20 3.00 Swift Current (7) 4.00 9-2 Wally I Am 10 i-it-in—tanyon, Gr. 3 Tony Bonley 12 D.Q.'s Insider 6 July Gem 10 Once Again 5-2 Pete First 8 GGs New Hope 9-2 OBs Blu Cheer 7-2 Gem's Bandit 8 SIXTH—Canyon, Gr. 1 Tepee Brandon 5-2 Sky Look 8 Reddy Ryder '6 Activation 12 Rain Allure 8 Black Locust 10 AARs Tomorrow 7-2 Help Yourself 9-2 SEVENTH—Canyon, Gr. 2 Dan's Rdrunner 8 Vista AAlss - ' - •-•- 12 Ci ' Nlfl's Red Wogan (2) ~ 3.40 Also, Garret's Dove, B.R. Cactus Snow, Fat Mouth, Two Dollar Broker, She's Rose. • Or 2, 483 Y«», T-40.J5, Cappy^" Rubv (A) 19.40 1.40 7.40 My Treat 3 7,00 4.40 Trav Leslie (4) 7.40 Also. p.V.'s Biisv Bee, Pistol Pete, Berber Blurr, R.D.'s Mr. Ron, Gootv. Cm'mre Buster Denzle I Am 10 5-2 9-2 Chula Jane Deposition Hv^s Marty '10 NINTH— Canyon, Tepee Bradley' '8 k ora Horton 8 o Jingle 5-2 AW Serviceman 12 TENTH—Canyon, Oshksh Crystal 5-2 Beep Beeps , B Cap Solid 10 Jake Preedee -urley . MR's Dr James 6 ' ' 's Duke 8 ..enora 8 Oshkosh Bubbles A Mr. Hofer 8 G.H.'s Zlpperee 12 Cuddle Kid 7-2 Wei Tom 6 OB's Mr. John 9-2 P.H.'s Parfalt 10 Gr. 1 LDs Tmble Moss * Discreet Dolly 12 rlnln Guy 9-2 D U I. ".n. s r*ov*ui Also. Pretty Custom, L.L.'s 7oe, Osh- Kosh Clown, Bronze Figure, Sandy C. Or 3, 55D Yd», M', n ,S Sunbeam (2, Silver ThlMle (6) A so, .Flln's Boy, Dee Boy. .1 C.W.'s Texhoma, Frosty Whirl, Bandit, . _ . 11.80 1 Am, B.R. ike Preedee 7-2 We Won ELEVENTH—Canyon, Gr. 3 WTs Prtty Fawn 8 DQs Hanoi Bill McDonald 10 Tipsy Maid Sparta Maid 5-2 Ozmo Oshkosh Pepper 6 Cap Tap TWELFTH—Sunset, Gr. 3 DVs Bobblnette 5-2 Cee Cee Vet Kaydee R ser 8' CW.'s Lucky S.S, V.lc_ • '7-2 Gilbert.Miss BLRVPNTH, Or I. 711 Yd|, T-41.72, 0-(J-«)-*»S.50, Pert «•!) JJM.tO. L.L.'s Dover (6) 34.00 33.00 13.40 Ladv Flasher (S) 8,40 5.40 Vlckle't Lark (8) ^ _ 5.40 Also, Bee Coker, O.B.'s Sweetheart, Sweet (Cathy, Better Way 1 , Diamond Broker. Today's Rave TO Victor F,?sf H^irz.s $5171.40 to 1 winner. •Attendance 1109. riandle $7v,7M. Twilight Savings Time. S4. After five, weekdays only, you can enjoy 9 holes of golf and an electric cart for only $4 at McCormick Ranch Golf Club, After a busy day at the office, "Twilight Savings Time" is a beautiful way to save,.. especially 1 on a course that the professionals are already calling the finest in Arizona, Golf course and clubhouse are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Phone 948-3112 or 948-0260 for tee time. Golf Professional:. JOHN WARP McCori GoKCI (Between i^ic ;k Ranch :QTTSPALE ROAD & IQORMICK PARKWAY rive fk Shea Blvd.) , Pierce Park — Fifth National Banqu* 17, Goffer Club Si Lawye " ~ " Lawyer title J,. Copa Tortillas 9, KetleKs Ar lona City 10, Jok- "Now iutt forget you made • bad shot, Ruth." Sandettes, Blues win Karen Williams drove in winning pitcher Vera Braco- mente in the llth inning Thursday night tojlift the Phoenix Sandettes to a 9-8 Copperstate softball victory over the Phoenix Rainbows at Crockett Field. In the night's other contest, "Nancy Funari stroked a pair of hits, one a two -rundou- ble, 'to lead the Phoenix Blues past the Mesa Cactus Wrens, 7-1. Comef Construction's Jerry Vasquez gave up a leadoff single to the first L. L. Smith batter of the game, then held them hitless the rest of the game in a 9-0 American Legion baseball win Thursday night The -game was called after five innings. Vasquez fanned 10 and drew support frem a bases-loaded double by Jim Poole and a two-run home run by Jack Taylor. Dave Lyons pitched a two- hitter for S c o 11 s d a 1 e and needed it in a 3-2 defeat of Chris-Town. Losing pitcher Boyd Conner permitted just three hits in the loss, Lyons struck out 13. Ed Foster whiffed 17 but lost as Bashas nipped Casa Grande, 4-3. Ruben Montano pitched a six-hitter for the win and belted a home run. Mike Kirkland also homered for the winners. Sanderson downed Sunnyslope No. 75, 7-5. Vince Kelleher Bob Homer and Ed Spfague had two hits apiece for the winners and Tim Ste- hower and Monte Cole had twd each for Sunnyslope. Marston's nipped Rol-Tech, 7-6, in nine innings. Steve Custer socked a three-run home run in the ninth for the winning runs. Robert Carrillo nabbed the win in relief. Ozzie Virgil had the big hit for the losers, a two-run double. TONIGHT'S GAMES! Pheentx Suns vs. L. L. .Smith at Phoenix College, 5:45) Arnold's vs. Bob's, at Phoenix Colleae, 8t Disabled American Veter- ns vs. Marston's at Sunnyslope, 5:45; ans 'Y vs7 Valley vs. Comer at Manyvale at " Page's rallies ior 4-3 win Golf ..PUTT-PUTT (Junior cutters league) KTAR TV 1, Allen Piano and Organ); Red Carpet Realtors m, Putt-Putt Golf Course '/a; Tastee-Freez 2, Acme Plumblna 0; J. R. Snvderts Golf Shop Grandview Crest Cleaners 0; Atiaa "sf-Cou'T^' 2 '- Rlpty/S - - E>< "" fraveT' 'Agency "27" Rus'ty's" "Exxoh'l'BT. Pepsi-Cola 2, National Paint.and Dry .Wall 0. _.WIGWAMM .CC — (twl-llaht league) Blue — A. StllWill-B. Bralnard 26: 29-P. Adams-M, Phillips; Gold-32-B. Peters-A. Case; Page's Raiders . came up with two runs in the top of the seventh to nick Schaefer & Smith, 4-3, in Metro softball play Thursday night. Gil Aragon pitched the win with Mary Porter 1st in LPGA test Special to The Republic ATLANTA - Mary B. Porter, Arizona State University's top-ranked womans golfer, this season, shot a final- round 78 .for a 78-74-7&-230 54-hole total to lead roster qualifying for the Lady's Professional Golfers Association on the par-73 Indian Hills Country Club Course Thursday. . benefit of just four strikeouts, but only walked one. Bill Crum led hitting with two RBI singles. Mike Thomas' leadoff homer in the bottom of the seventh won for Luke Air Force Base; 8-7, over North Phoenix Baptist after the Airmen had been tied with four Baptist runs in the top of the inning. Nichols victor SAN JOSE, Calif. -Bruce Nichols of Phoenix reached quarter-final round of the California State Junior tennis Championship Thursday by defeating Jeremy Cohen of Beachwood, Ohio, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1. Nichols will play Colin Nunez at 9 a.m.. today in the quarterfinal match. >« VILLA DE PAZ CC throw out three) — A I ...... Rachel Mann, Delores Moore r\cii,iiei maun, ueiure* moorc, D muni, 31, Alverta Hetlinfler; C Flight, 33 (tie), Helen Baop, Ginny Galloway, Joan Donahue. « DE Bur Parsel SERT k ha ;lla-C. FOREST (Bestball) «3-B. C. Richmond; M-C. RT . _. a M e r -. Richmond. ENCANTO CC - (Low'Net) A-J-. 32; V. JetI 33; M. Nels; D.. Flsher_3_2; tham.31; D. Fisher 32; C-0. Kl AA. Lonerqulst j4 D-p. Wilder, •r (tie) 3 3; B. Holmes 36; — (twl-lloht — . _, Viking Engl- 4; AAANCO No. 2 10, Western THUNDERBIRD CC league) AAANCO No. 1 6, Viking E.ngl- Provisfon 0; Rooker's Sprinklers 8, AIResearch No. 5 2; Low Gross.- G. Barlow 39, Low Net-J. Johnson 31; B Division - TeePee 8'/2, Budwelser V/i; Salt River Protect 5'A, Commlns Diesel 2%; AIResearch No. 4 8, L. Nelson Paintinq 2; Low Gross-B. AIM . Mnder 44, T^T* L O|J * (Through June 24, 1W or More at Bats) •LAYER, CLUB G AB R H Avg. tv Ontlyeros, Phx.'70 249 55 85 .341 ianny:tr!llo, Tuc^fc 276 44 92 .333 m Fairey, Albuq 62 236 33 76 111 s p ,' AA. Jll Jake Brown, Phk- « 233 .. . ... Bill Madloe*,-SPOk 55 212 SO 68 ,321 Rod Caspar, .Hws 65 226 » 72 .319 Pt AAackan n, Spok 70 264 38 84 .38 Cr9 Kusick, Tcma 72 272 57 86 .316 Charlie Chant, Tuc 67 263 49 83 .316 Jett AAason, >hpx 68 250 39 7B .312 NOMB RUNS Bob Spenee, Eugene, 18; Craig Ku- K, Tacome,, ana Gene Martini Hawaii, 16; Billy Parker, Salt Lak* City, . RUNS BATTED IN Steve Ontlveros, Phoenix, and Craig uslck, Tacoma, 55; Bob Spenee, Ey- ancf Gene Martin, Hawaii, 54; Kusick, Tacoma, 55) Bob gent, ana Gene Martin, Billy Parker/ Salt Lake city, 53. ••ITCHING WON-LOST—Jackie Brown, Spokane, 8-0; Geoff Zahn, Albuquerque, 9-2; Glenn Abbott, Tucson, 11-4; Rick Hen- nlngsr, Spokane, 7-2. EARNED RUN AVERAGE — Jackie Brown, Spokane, 2.25; Geoff Zahn, Albuquerque, 2i«3, *%xNi-r-r-i ^-j** The Original COFFtLT S HAIR COLOR RESTORER Day by day by day . . . bring back natural hair color. And make tell-tale gray disappearl No m.u,s.s, No fuss. For a youthful, •" ' •more vital-lewking you. . .. . • .•• REVCO'S LOW EVERYDAY DISCOUNT PDICE REVCO EVEKY.DAY IS SAVINGS DA Y ON EVERYTHING (~ REVCO REVCO 2 PINE COVERED ACRES ONLY $195 DOWN * PAVED ROADS *POWER *WATER *PHONES Photo taken on Und off«r«d for «ai«. 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'SELECT PROPERTIES, 4514 N. 16th STREET, PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85014 NAME—, ^^____ 0>TOSNOWFLAKE INFORMATION OFFICE ADDRESS, CITY ..... STATE ZIP 180 payment* of $76.81 p»r month. $13,826.80 T«tal Qefirred Payment. Cash Prici$7995, 8H% Intertst. IESS INTEREST FOR URGER QOWN8- overturns Pizza club Kerr Sporting Goods pound* ed out five doubles, Hick Snyder slugged a two-run homer and Al Hickman scattered fouf hits in a &-1 Nonpro baseball victory over Village Inn Pizza Thursday night. Tonight's games, both at 7:45; Crown Vacuum vs. River Tavern Twins, Camelback High; coolidge vs. Mexican Imports, Coronado Park. Sports camp set Applications are now being taken for the baseball portion of the 12th annual Arizona Sports Camp July 30-Aug. 4 at Yavpai College in Prescott. Arizona State coach Jim Brock and his staff, and Central coach Bob Human will , conduct the baseball sessions, open for any high school or elementary student. 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