Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 29, 1973 · Page 126
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 126

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, June 29, 1973
Page 126
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'Runners win again (on film) The scorer is about and the Rbadrunners win it all. In the hockey promotional film previewed yesterday at Combined Communications Corp., where it was produced for the Phoenix Hockey Club by director Mike Lee. Roadrunner announcer Mike Lange does commentary for the lively 15-minute production which shows the Runners yielding an opening goal — and then volleying a barrage in scenes from regular season and Patrick Cup playoff action. Roadrunner president Jim Wells said sponsor-prints soon will be available for showing at clubs and booster groups. Arrangements can be made with the hockey office for future showings, he said. Two weeks to deadline Horsemen interested in entering juveniles in the Arizona Breeders Futurity and Derby have less than two weeks to nominate runners. Turf Paradise officials noted closing date for nominations for the two stakes is July 10, also that two-year-old thoroughbreds nominated for the races will be preferred for stalls. Both races are $4,000 added events, with the 6-furlong futurity scheduled to be run Dec. 9 and the one-mile derby set for March 3,1974. One nominating fee of $30 covers both stakes, with sustaining payments totaling $150 to follow before the Turf Paradise season opens Oct. 31. Four Arizonans in mat meet Four Arizona wrestlers have entered the Senior Nat i o n a 1 AAU Greco-Roman Championships today and Saturday in Costa Mesa, Calif. Thei' top three finishers in each weight class qualify for a final selection training camp. Representatives for the U.S. will be selected at the camp and will compete in the world meet in September at Teheran Iran. Three are Phoenicians, Frank Moecia in the 125 pound class Mark Woodmansee in the 136 pound class, and Russ Winer in the 220 pound class. Tucson grappler Bill Rosado will compete in the 105 pound class. The three Phoenix wrestlers are from the YMCA Wristlock Club. Four officials from the Valley have been invited. They are: Gil Sanchez of North High; Ron Eastin, head wrestling coach at Phoenix College; and Bill Woodmansee and Dewayne Leavitt of the Phoenix YMCA Wristlock Club. 'Champ* Signed SAN DIEGO (AP) - The San Diego Padres said Thursday they have signed their second-round draft choice, infielder Robert Champion of Santa Ana, Calif., and will send him to Walla Walla in the Northwest League. Golf! NITE DRIVING 1 RANGE OPEN Ranger baby packs house REPUBLIC BULLDOG Associated Press ARLINGTON, Tex. - In the future, Arlington Stadium may be referred to as "The House That David Built." We needed something like this to stay in business," Texas Ranger owner Bob Short said Wednesday night after his $100,000 bonus baby, David Clyde, wowed a sellout crowd of 35,698 with one-hit pitching over five innings. The Rangers went on to defeat Minnesota, 4-3. While Clyde's major league debut wasn't a 100 per cent artistic filled the stadium for the first time in two years, "Isn't it ironic that it took an 18-year-old high school pitching star to pack the house even when the debut of major league baseball two years ago wouldn't do It?" said Short. "Of course, the kid is from Texas and was perhaps the most highly publicized draft choice in major league history." Clyde pitched nine no-hitters at Houston Westchester High School and had made headlines across the state even before he was drafted by the lowly Rangers, one of the worst teams in major league baseball. American League president Joe Cronin put it another way: "Maybe this is God's way of bringing major league baseball to Da 11 as-Fort Worth." The Rangers finished under 700,000 in attendance last year and were some 30,000 behind last year's pace before young David appeared on the scene. He's scheduled to pitch again Monday night against the Chicago White Sox and anyone who saw his sizzling fast ball against the Twins will certainly be tempted to plunk down some hard cash for the encore. Clyde survived some peri- lous moments against the Twins for his first major league victory buy kept his sense of humor. After giving up his only hit — a two-run homer to Mike Adams in the second inning — Clyde set the side down in order in the third frame. He sauntered over to Ranger manager Whitey Herzog and said "You know, this is fun." In Herzog's office after the game, young David tried to nibble part of his manager's pizza and Herzog said "You can have the whole thing." Asked what he was going to do Thursday, Clyde said he was driving his car over to a television studio for an interview. "No, sir, you're going in a I On this date , == i= m ONE YEAR AGO , . E m Denny McLain dealt to Atlanta 8 a Braves. a 1 FIVE YEARS AGO g B Phoenix Roadrunners sold Del a H Topoll, Gord Redahl, Lou Jankow- m jj ski to Denver Spurs. — • TEN YEARS AGO |j Giants beat Dodgers, 4-2. H TWENTY YEARS AGO B Ted Williams, back for medical g treatment after flying 38 missions _ H In Korea, doubtful of return to IE B baseball this season. y limousine and you aren't going to drive," said Short. The calm, 6-foot-l, 195- pound Clyde was remarkably cool under pressure as the fans cheered his every move during the game. He dropped his hat before the National Anthem — the crowd cheered. He threw to first to pick off a runner — the crowd cheered. Every time he threw a strike — the crowd cheered. But he said realistically "I think I can pitch in the major leagues now, but if they still want to send me down to the minors that's OK, too." PL AY GOLF SCOTTSDALI COUNTRY CLUB RESORT 7702 E. Shea Blvd. Ph. 948-6911 Green Fees: $4.00 Week Days $5 Week End* ... Carts $7. "SCOTTSDALFS FINEST COURSE THAT ELEGANT STRAIGHT-8 (AdistinctivD mark of good taste) WALKER'S DELUXE That elegant slraight-8 The Car: a 1931 Clivyslcr CG Sporls Roadster with Lhctul engine, 4-spcccl transmission and custom body LyLcBaron. The Whiskey: the elegant straight-SbourLon by Hiram Walker himself. J\ged 8 years in the oak. A distinctive mark of good taste. $755 Qt. $£15 4/5 Qt. STRAIGHT BOUBBON WHISKEY • 86 PROOF • HIRAM WALKER & SONS INC, PEORIA, lit • COCKTAIL LOUNGE Magnificent view of the Valley • THUNDERBIRD COUNTRY CLUB •n 7th $». 1 mil* S9Mlh of ioielint •WEEKDAY Green fees $ 3 IUFFIT 'LUNCHEON SERVICE Tuesday Thru Friday 11:30 A.M. to?:OOP.M. EVENING DINNER SERVICE Fri. and Sun. ,5 to 9 P.M. . Thund«fbifd Country Club 27M2I I • Get a good deal on a Gremlin. And get a good deal more. AMERICAN MOTORS BUYER PROTECTION PLAN Fl .1. A simple, strong guarantee. When you buy a new 1973 car from an American Motors dealer, American Motors Corporation guarantees to you that, except for tires, it will pay for the repair or replacement of any part it supplies that is defective in material or workmanship. This guarantee is good for 12 months from the date the car is first used or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first. All we require is that the car be properly maintained and cared for under normal use and service in the fifty United States or Canada, and that guaranteed repairs or replacement be made by an American Motors dealer. 2. A free loaner car from almost every one of our dealers if guaranteed repairs take overnight. 3. Special Trip Interruption Protection. 4. And a toll free hot line to AMC Headquarters. Buy a new 73 Gremlin from us now. Because right now, you'll get year-end savings and you'll get something nobody else can offer: the benefits of American Motors exclusive Buyer Protection Plan. Which means if anything AMC did goes wrong with your new 73 in the first 12 months or 12,000 miles—we'll fix it. Free.' And that promise covers such things as brake and clutch adjustment, shock absorbers, points and condensers—even light bulbs. What's more, if guaranteed repairs take overnight, AMC has a plan to provide you with a loaner car. Free. It makes our 73's more than a good buy- it makes them a better value, AMC PI Gremlin SEE YOUR AMC|T|DEALER-WHERE YOU GET A GOOD DEAL AND A GOOD DEAL MORE. RANDALL AMERICAN 1350 West Main, Mesa Phone 969-9191 Phoenix, Friday,.June 29.1973, .* The Arizona Republic D«7 „ A . J ) < J < > •' j ... AND MORE SUMMER SPECIALS! DO YOURSILF A FAVOR AND CHICK THIS I! CL-70 K2 $295 $25 down 14.31/month 24 months APR 14.68 Time price including tax, license, and finance charge $368.43 FREE riding instruction. Master Charge and BankAmericard All models and colors. Supply limited on some models so hurry! FREE approved safety helmet with bike purchases other than those mentioned in WESTERN HONDA 6907 East McDowell, Scottsdale Open 9-6, also Sunday CL-350 $ 845 $25 down 34.76/month 30 months APR 14,63 Time price including tax, license, and finance charge $1067,80 Trade-ins accepted. Huge inventory. Immediate Delivery WESTERN STATES TIRES 2602 N. 27th Ave. 269-1331 1820 W. Bethany 263-0606 301 East Dunlap 944-4477 1507 S. Country Club 834-9338 3110 E. Indian School 956-2370 POLYGLAS TIRES WHITEWALLS F78-14 WHITE LETTERS WHITEWALL BLACKWALL D70-13 $ 37 50 D70-14 *36 95 D70-14 $ 31 50 D70-14 37" E70-14 39 95 F70-14 40 95 G70-14 42 95 G70-15 45 95 H70-15 43 95 46 50 48 95 L70-14 *62 95 ! 38 50 E7014 39 95 G70-14 41 95 42 95 4495 E70-14 F70-14 G70-14 H70-14 G70-15 H70-15 F60-14 G60-14 H60-14 53 95 G60- FAMOUS GOODYEAR CUSTOM POWER CUSHION POLYGLAS 28 WHITEWALLS G78-14 ^ A 30 G78-15 $ 30 95 E78-14 $ 27 95 3-T WHITEWALLS - HURRY IN TODAY POWER BILT GOODYEAR POLYGLAS A78-13 700-13 C78-14 F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 J78-14 G78-15 H78-15 J78-15 L78-15 BLACKWALL WHITEWALL $2395 $2595 2550 28 50 2495 27 26 95 28 95 30 50 GOOD/YfAR 95 28" 30 95 31 •• 33 50 33 95 35 95 34 95 35 95 37 95 FREE TIRE MOUNTING COFFEE ROOMS LOANERCARS OPEN THURSDAY TILL 8 PM WHEEL ALIGNMENT - BALANCE BRAKE SERVICE 3 WAYS TO CHARGE ALL TIRES IN AD Plus Fed. Taxes 1,85 To 5.00 STORE HOURS - 7:30 AM TO 5:30 PM WESTERN STATES TIRE SALES, INC. GOODJYCAM 1820 W. Bethany (Acroii ftom Chris-Town) WEST PHOENIX 9*9*9*96 SAT. TILL 2:QO 2$02 N. 27th Ave. (At Giant Goodyear freeway Sign! PHOENIX 369*1331 SAT, TIU UttO 901 East Dunlap (Paradise Vglley-Sunnytlope) NORTH PHOENIX 94*4477 SAT. TILL) :«Q 3110 E.Indian School Road (Scollidale-Phoonu) EAST PHOENIX 956*3370 SAT. TILL i;OQ 1507 S, Country Club Dr. 13 Blockl North of Boielme) MESA-TEMPE 934*9338 SAT. TILL 1*0 LARGf ST GOOOYIAR Tl»i Pf Alf R IN THS WIST ALSO IN GLOBE - SAPPORO - TUCSON

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