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jMAMA, Neb. - Japan |talized on the wildness of [ted States pitchers Jnesday night in salvaging thi windup of the Omaha e of the International ball series by a 4-2 score. Iff Retake, University of hern California sopho- lefthander, walked the full in the fourth in- _ junior southpaw Brian blein issued two more to force in two runs that started the Japanese on their way to the victory before 4,305. the United States clinched the seven-game series Tuesday night. The U.S. has won four and lost one in the rivalry that will conclude in Anaheim Stadium tonight and Saturday. The loss broke a string of 18 straight victories for the 17 Southern California members of the 20-player U.S. squad. Roy Smalley again was the batting star Wednesday night for the United States as he doubled and scored in the first and drove in the other run while hitting into a force play in the fifth. Ed Bowman's low line single into center field scored Smalley with two out in the first. Hueblein led off the fifth with a single on the ground' into right field and stopped at second on Anthony Davis' infield hit. Hueblein advanced a base on two successive for- Ceouts to score. U.S. trackmen score heavily in Canada reisleben shuts out Spokane, 4-0 WOLULU (AP)-Young Ithander Dave Freisleben ck out 11 batters and tied a five-hitter as the ?aii Islanders beat Spo- 4-0, Wednesday night, bping the Pacific Coast League West division leader's eight-game winning streak. Freisleben improved his record to 8-4 in hurling his first shutout of the season while the loss went to veteran f «? *>/ Hi' ft Shutout for Pizsamen j$ Gf-aig Black pitched a one- hitdr and struck out nine whtte Art Sanchez and Jay Reiman combined to drive in sei$&i runs Wednesday night, leading Village Inn Pizza to an'Tl-0 NOnpro baseball victory over the River Tavern Twins at East High. Sanchez was a perfect three-for-three. Reiman and Paul Thompson each added two hits. Midas Mufflers scored six first inning runs and Mike Pfitzer fanned 15 batters in a 6-2 win over Coolidge at Washington High. Mike Cornish topped Midas with two hits and Pfitzer allowed three hits, all triples, two by Ray Hawkins. Rex Fiori clubbed a three- run homer,along with two other hits, while Chuck Beuerlein. and Stan Peachey each added three more RBI in Crown Vacuum's 15-4 pounding of Mexican Imports at Camelback High. Guy Wagner won it with a four-hitter. right-hander Jackie Brown who was tagged for his first loss of the season after eight straight victories. The Islander scored on an unearned run in the first inning as Rod Caspar got on base on an error by second baseman Lenny Randle and eventually scored on a passed ball by catcher Bill Fahey. IT Spokane Hawaii 000 000 000— 0 100 001 JOXX— 4 Brown, .. : res' ' (8-4). 2,761. Freisleben — . L—Brown) Bolllck (7) and Hodge. (8-1). and Faheyj. W—Freisleben, T-!:37. A- Greyhound results . Toros win, 6-0 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Gil Marcano allowed six hits as the Tucson Toros blanked the Salt Lake Angels 6-0 in Pacific Coast League baseball Wednesday night. The victory put Tucson in sole possession of first place in tba Eastern Division, a half game ahead of Phoenix. US? Associated Press TORONTO - Rick Wohlhut- ter, world half-mile record holder and sprinter Marshall Dill led a parade of U.S. winners Wednesday night at the second Pacific Coast Conference Games at Etobicoke Centennial Stadium. Wohlhutter, the slim, former Notre Dame standout, rallied in the stretch for a victory in the 800 meter race in 1:49.2, a slow lime on the damp, new track, softened by early rain. Wohlhutter, who recently set the 880-yard record of 1:44.6, stayed off the early pace, set by William Hooker of Australia. But down the end, he overtook the Aussie and beat him by four-tenths of a second. Dill, a powerful sprinter from Michigan State, scored a narrow victory over Mark Lutz of the University of Kansas in the 200 meter final, then ran a leg on the winning U.S. 400-meter relay team, making him the only double gold medalist on the opening night of the two-day meet. Both Dill, and Lutz were timed in 21.2 seconds, but Dill had a distinct edge at the finish. Then Dill, Ivory Crockett of the Philadelphia Pioneer Club, Ed Hammonds of Memphis State, dnd indoor 50-yard record holder Herb Washington of Michigan State combined for a 39.7 victory in the 400-meter relay. Overall, the Americans finished first in 10 of the 16 finals, with Canada picking up , three gold medals and Australia two. Japan and New Zealand, the other two competing nations, failed tp'pro- duce a winner. Seventeen finals will complete the competition tonight. John Craft, the 1972 and 1973 AAU champion from the University of Chicago Track Club-the same affiliation as Wohlhutter—completed the first night's program with a victory in the triple jump at 53-9V4 The other American men's victories were by Sam Walker of Southern Methodist, University with a toss of 62-5% in the shotputt, Gary Feldman, a graduate student at the University of Washington, with a heave of 270-8 and BobrPri- meaux of the University of Rec-World tops Airmwn Tucun salt Lake Wednttdiy't Reiults BLACK CANYON GREYHOUND PARK FIRST. 5» Yards, Gr. 3, T-31.72, Pr-U-B) Canny Sue (6) L. L.'s Buck (8J Jeftle While (1) Alcn* ri P '« P 7.00 6.60 2 80 . .IsV'G.' P.'s" Fire Ball, O. P. Margo, L. L.'s Dwver, Johnny Caddo, Spring Breeze. R&P'S Kurt (4) Country Preacher (2) Gfaj Moss (8) Also: S, S. Short Stack, Ability. 4.60 4.40 3.60 Mary, Campus 0. B.'s Elva, 3.40 3.20 7.60 Droopy, Ceasar SECOND, Ml Yards, Gr. 2, T-40.67, Q—(M) $72.80. Juana (8) C. W.'s Mis Micky ~ 12.20 6.60 7.40 3.60 _. .... ..ilsty (3) '"•"' 7M 3.40 Micky Greeko (6) 3.00 Also: Tepee Banlo, Starr Moss, Sandy Elaine, Miss Puff N Stuff, Oshkosh Bounce. I DAILY DOUBLE («-8) $111.80 THIRD, 550 Yards, Or. 2, T—31.57, 0-<2.4) $94.20. FIFTH, 683 Yards, Gr. 4, T-*0.2», O— (1-4) $16.40. P— (1-4) $51.30. Hot Spring (1) 6.20 3.40 3.00 Spanish Guitar (4) 5.00 3.60 True Rival (8) 7.00 Also: R. Ruth, Berber Begork, San Jose Time, Sunbeam, O. H.'s Wendee. Yellow Eves (2) Borbor Blaze (5) Bia Bell Ringer (7) Gr - 7.40 4.20 70.00 3.40 12.80 3.60 . Also: Kitty,_tfuck;s W._0., P^H.'s Pe- O. B« 5 tula, Bin John, Pam Caddo. Wilt (4) Dave Caddo (2) Mitzie Mac (6) 20.80 5.40 7.40 5.60 9.80 6.40 Dr. Also: Spot's A DeWItt, Wades Fire, Baleenle, Donna Did, Gold Lace. SEVENTH, 550 Yards, Or. 2, T— 31.66, Q—(1-8) $107,20. Bob's Clavton (1) 20.00 13.80 8.00 Sam I Am (8) 9.40 6.60 Mighty High (2) 5.80 Also: Common Cause. Cher Caddo, L. L.'s-Can'Do, Gorky, P.. H.'s Peebles.: Marcano and Hanev; Heinbechner, Monteagudo (6) and Stelmaszek. W — Marcano (2-0). L — Heinbechner (3-3). HR — Ford 4. T — 1:45. A - 5,462. Twins slam Eugene EUGENE, Ore. (AP) The Tacoma Twins slammed five home runs, including a grand slam by Charles Manuel, on their way to a 12-5 baseball win Wednesday night over the Eugene Emeralds in the Pacific Coast League West. Jay Bob Bickford tossed a two-hitter and whiffed 10 as Recreation World defeated Luke Air Force in five innings Wednesday night at Monterey Park, 10-1. Bob St. John had a two-run homer and Joe Swanson was three- for-three for the winners. Tacoma Eugene Oil 200 500 000 500-12 12 201— 5 10 FOURTH, 550 Yards, Or. 2, T—31.21, Q—(2-4) $15.40. Dog entries BLACK..CANYON ,eREYHpyNp_PA.RK EIGHTH. 683 Yards, _ Q-(l-6) $62.20. P-U-6) $189.90. Gr. 1, T—40.12, ..' S18-- 17.20 Official entries (6r Friday, June 30 FIRST—Canyon, Gr. 3 Wrest 5-2 tiew Tipper 7-2 Lovely Lynn 12 GPs Super Suds 8 Westy Peg 8 Cap Deluxe 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 - ' 8 Oshksh Bounce 7-2 ngman 12 Kisslcks 5-2 , J—Canyon, Gr. 4 D.Q.'s Ironside 8 Raider Troubles Doug's Billy 5-2 Red Cargo wt Laay Banlo Blaze Bob's Klngmi THIRD-Ca O. B'.'s"Trinket (1) " T7.20" 11.80 5.20 Corlna Kane (6) 9.20 4.60 P. H.'s Phantasv (2) - 3.20 Also: SUB Haines, L. L.'s Beckv, Oshkosh Pride, Aunt Jennie, Bob's Fritz. N'INTH, 550 Yards, Gr. 1, T—31.82, Q—(4-8) $139,60. Rafoel (4) 21.00 7.40 3.20 Taste Of Lemon (8) 27.40 4.00 Doc's A DeWItt J2) , 2.40 Also: Jud's Runner, Cactus Red, Main Chant, Watch What, R. D.'s Miss Kathv. TENTH, 550 Yards, Gr. 1, T—31.37, J—(5-6) $83.20. Oshkosh Shivers (6) 21.60 Campbell and Borgman; Moeller, Ri- bant (4) Clark (7) and Cox. W — Campbell (8-4). L - Moefler (1-4). HR — Tacoma, Soderholm 4, Manuel 10, Renick 9, Kelly (2) 11. A — 1,783. PCL Top Ten Q—(5-6) $83.20. ' hki ' " - '*- . Also;. P&P's Nick (5) Pride N Princess (8) M. R.'s Monslgnor, L. D.'s Lazy 8.00 15.40 5.60 7.40 4.00 , Godfather, Moss, Bobo (Through June 24, 190 or More at Bats) PLAYER, CLUB G AB R H Avg. Stv O'ntlveros, Phx 70 249 55 85 .341 Manny Trillo, Tuc 70 276-44 92 .333 Jim Falrev, Albuq 62 236 33 76 .322 Jake Brown, Phx 65 233 40 75 .322 Bill Madlock, Spok 55 212 50 68 .321 Rod Caspar, Hwail 65 226 39 72 .319 • Pt Mackanin, Spok 70 264 38 84 .318 Crg Kusick, Tcma 72 272 57 86 .316 Charlie Chant, Tuc 67 263 49 83 .316 ' " JO 39 78 .312 , Jeff M«son; Phox HOM Bob Spence, Euaene, 18; Craig rtin, 68 2SO RUNS S.S. Cracker 7-2 Little Corey 10 Tim Temper 6 Cindy Lou FOURTH—Canyon, _Gr. .2 ^•C. Tim Temper FOURTH— C.C. Lady R&P's Ross Almost All 12 10 9-2 Kusick, Tacoma, and Gene Martin, Hawaii, 14; Billy Parker, Salt Lake City, ELEVENTH, 550 Yards, Gr. 3, T— 5-2 7-2 Bear Market FIFTH-Canyon, Tony Bonley Jul.V Gem. Gunnlson 6 Mitl Success 12 8 Valdez Is Cming 8 9-2 Wally I Am 10 , Gr. 3 12 D.Q.'s Insider. 6 10 Once Again 5-2 ete First 8 GGs New Hope 9-2 OBs Blu Cheer 7-2 Gem's Bandit 8 SIXTH—Canyon, Gr. 1 Tepee Brandon S-2 Sky Look 8 Reddy Ryder 6 Activation 12 Rain Allure 8 Black Locust 10 MRs Tomorrow 7-2 Help Yourself 9-2 SEVENTH-Cawon, Gr. 2 Dan's Rdrunner 8 Vista Miss 5-2 Cm'mre Buster 12 Curley 9-2 Denzle I Am 10 MR's Dr James 6 Sansage Rlneo 7-2 L.L.'s Duke 8 EIGHTH—Sunset, Gr. 2 Chula Jane • 5-2 Kenora 8 Deposition 9-2 Oshkosh Bubbles 4 Sue Jo 7-2 Mr. Hofer 8 Hy's Marty 10 G.H.'s Zipperee 12 NINTH- Canyon, Gr. - L. L./s taihs. Also: Grand Clevle, O. B.'s Rainie Day, She's Rubv Jo, Brown Satin, Tepee Big Sir. _ . • . , TWELFTH. 711 Yards, Gr '3, T— 41.51, Q-d-2) $37. P— (2-1) flbf.SO. Smooth Pace (2) 7.80 5.20 Sissy Kane 1 19.20 Maciestlc Maid (8) . Also: Trey, Wild Spirit, Oshkosh RUNS BATTED IN Steve Ontlveros, Phoenix, and Craig Kusick, Tacoma, 55; Bob Spence, Eugene, and Gene Martin, Hawaii, 54; Billy Parker, Salt Lake City, 53. WON-LOST—Jackie Brown, Spokane, B-0; Geoff Zahn, Albuquerque, 9-2; Glenn Abbott, Tucson, 11-4; Rick Henninger, Spokane, 7-2. _ EARNED RUN AVERAGE — Jackie Brown, Spokane, 2.25; Geoff Zahn, Albuquerque, 2.63. BIG Q half <1.21. _.. to 23 winners. $1,170. 232 exchinaes. first Second half (1'2> Paid $301.80 Attendance—2,045. Handle—$135,404. Tepee Bradley 8 Lora Horton 8 Bo Jingle 5-2 AW Serviceman 12 TENTH—Canyon, Oshksh Crystal S-? Beep Beeps A Cap Solid Jake Preedee ELEVENTH __ WTs Prlly Fawn 8 Cuddle Kid 7-2 Wei Tom 6 OB's Mr. John 9-2 P.H.'s Parfait 10 Gr. 1 Ltps Tmble Moss 6 Discreet. Doliy 12 10 Grin n Ggv 7-2 We Won VENTH—Canyon, Gr. 3 rlly Fawn 8 DQs Hanoi ill McDonald 10 Tipsy Maid Sparta Maid 5-2 Ozmo Oshkosh Pepper 4 Cap Tap TWELFTH—Sunset, Gr. 3 DVs Bobblnette 5-2 Cee Cee Vee Kaydee Riser 8 C.W.'s Lucky S.S' Vic 7-2 Gilbert .Ml; Today's Rave 4 12 8 Gilbert Ml R.D.'s Victor Westerners lose 2 SPOKANE Wash. - Phoenix Westerners w o u n d up their 20'game road tour on a downtrend here Wednesday night, dropping two games to . the Spokane Lilacs, 2-1 and 5-3. The Arisona girl's softball team had a 6-14 record for the Northwest trip. Twilight Savings Time. After five, weekdays only, you can enjoy 9 ho|e$ of golf and an electric cart for only $4 at McCormlck Ranch Golf Club. 'After a busy day at the office, "Twilight Savings Time" is a beautiful way to save ,,. especially on a course that the professionals are already calling the finest in Arizona, Golf course and clubhouse are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, phone 948-3 U 2 or 948-0250 for tee time. . 6plf Professional:. 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