Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 15, 1970 · Page 111
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 111

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Saturday, August 15, 1970
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I \ s... ( BUI L.I 0 The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Sat., Aug. 15,1970 Bucs SanDi ego PITTSBURGH (A P) Steve Blass and Orlando Pena collaborated on a four- hitter yesterday, hurling the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 2-1 victory over San Diego in the first game of a twi-night doubleheader. FIRST GAME PITTSBUROH ilAloucF :ash 2b . .lerrwnfe rf langullln t iMay c tRobrUn ib 3o6offeb' 'J liffiS*,, 000 Ciines ph Pena p 2 51 SAN AltMM Sfahl ph Dukes p camptwii, Jb Gallon cf F«rrar« if OBrowh rl Webster ph Siocum ss Total 31 1 4 1 Total r .:es lass iemente (13). § g'y'i H i n After firing 2-under-par 33 for nine holes yesterday, Arnold Palmer encounters trouble during PGA championship. Here, he launches shot toward 12th Water boggle Braves rip Mets, 10-2 ATLANTA (AP) - Ron Reed hurled a four-hitter and smacked a two-run single, only his second hit of the year, and Hal King belted his first major league grand slam homer as Atlanta routed New York 10-2 yesterday in the first game of a twi-night doubleheader. hole while standing in water, climbs dejectedly up bank headed for double bogey 6. Story, Page 69. Dodger bats sting Cubs FIRST NEW YORK ab r h bi Agee cf 4000 Harrelson ss 2 0 0 0 Kranpool ph 1000 Weis ss 0000 Singleton rf 3100 Shamsky Ib 4 1 l 2 CJones If 4022 Garretf 3b 3000 Boswell 2b - - - Grote c Ryan p AAcGraw p Marshall ph Rlaylor p GAME ATLANTA SJackson ss Mlllan 2b HAaron rf JHall n Cepeda Ib Carty If Lum If .Gonzalez cf King c CBoyer 3b Reed P Total 3000 3000 2000' 0000 1000 0000 30 2 3 4 Total abrhbl 4210 5110 3110 0000 4113 3221 3 °2?°0 2114 3000 3012 31 10910 New York Atlanta .. . 200 0 Op 000—2 .100 200 43X-10 E— C.Jones. DP— Atlanta 1. LOB— New York 4, Atlanta 7. HR-KIng W, Cepeda , . (26). S— Reed. SF— Carty. I? 1 CHICAGO (AP) - The Los Angeles Dodgers spotted Chicago five first - inning runs, then combined a 17-hit attack with three costly errors to sail to a 13-9 victory over the Cubs yesterday. Billy Grabarkewitz had two home runs and a triple, Maury Wills five hits, Wes Parker three runs " batted - in and Willie Davis a two - run triple for the Dodgers. Garbarkewitz hit his 14th homer in the fith with none -^ on and led off the seventh with another solo blast. Joe Pepitone's grand-slam homer highlighted' the Cubs' five - run first. Singles by Glenn Beckert and Billy Williams and a walk to Jim H i c k m a n preceded Pepitone's 15th homer of the year and his first as a Cub. Starting pitcher Jim Colborn capped the inning with a run - scoring single. The Dodgers began scoring in the third on a single by Wills, an error and Davis' triple. Davis scored on shortstop Don Kessinger's error. LOS ANGELES ab r h bl Wills ss 5251 Russell rf 4230 is cf 6322 ;er Ib 6 0 1 3 3000 1001 Torborn c Sizemore WDavIs WParke Haller c AAota ph CHICAGO ab r h bl Kesslnser ss 6 0 2 0 ~ ' " 6120 Grbkwitz 3D Crawford If Sutton p Norman p Hough p 1000 4010 1112 4332 4100 0000 1 1 0 o 3 0 Beckert 2b BWillams If Hickman Ib Pepitone cf Santo 3b Calllson rf Hundley c Colborn p Gura p WSmlfh Ph RRodrgez P Pizarro P Spangler ph 4221 2110 5114 3100 4221 "2 .00 1000 0000 0000 1000 4 I t (II Decker p' 0000 Popovich ph 1000 Total 43131711 Total it An»elet (Icato 399129 ... 0 0 3 313 ... 5 0 0 00 1 E—Colborn, Kessinaer, Santo. DP— Chicao 1. LOB—Los Anseles 9, Chicago — Illlams i (2), Hundley Sutton Norman (W.2-0) Hough Colborn Gura (L.I-3) •J,Rodriguez ->uarro Decker 1-33 S S"2 12-33 0 0 3 6443 WHIs. 3B—W.Davis, GrabrkewlFz". 33), damson'"(fjli. lefebvre U,.S-Russe,U^a B n.^ ! 654 2 2 1 Armed attack San Francisco's John Miller, first-round co-leader in PGA, pleads with ball to roll into cup during second round. This one did, a seven-foot putt that gave Miller par 4 on No. 3. Story, Page 69. Thursday's late boxes 'liar lecki _Save— Torborq, 2 104 2 M 4 2 . r-2^ an 3 - ? BALTIMORE ab r h bl uford If 421 30) | 1 0 6 0 0 6 "T JPbweii I FRobinsn rf ' HenJrcks c. CALIFORNIA ab r h bi CLEVELAND Neiffei 3b Coster If OAKLAND Camonrls ss 4 Monday cf - Bando" r h bl 1 1 ' B'R'obln's'n DJohnson , ms I iradford pr .Brown ss Jhlaendr cf .eon 2b •leldemn ss THorton Ib MDowell p racing tonight 8 PM WED. thr, SUN. .fc'Wiitiul Wsitrlnj » Excellent fllninj (biigrto Welcome » Ctssj-eoclojed Grandttaal 273-7181 « iservaoni end Round-Trip Bus Information. Los Angeles went ahead to stay in the fourth. Garbarke- witz yopened the inning with a triple and Willie Crawford walked. Reliever Fred Norman bunted but Ron Santo threw the ball past first as both runners scored, and Norman went all the way to third. Wills then doubled Norman home. Williams, John Callison and Randy Hundley, along with Pepitone, all homered for the Cubs and Jim Lefebvre, a defensive replacement for the •Dodgers, hit a two-run shot in the eighth. Norman, 2-0, got the victory. The loss went to Larry Gura, 1-3, the second of five Cubs' pitchers. Ryan (L.4-8) 4 McGraw - 3 R.Taylor 1 Reed (W.5-5) 9 WP—AAcGraw. T—2:22. H R ER BB SO i 3 3 \ ? 2 3 3 3 2 2 inoroqood JOB FITTED •lack Hail Tea Ort»r<,P«eifa»« laatktrCaverei Cut Mt» IM *l*i Meal trek Snt»arf» «r*k»if,lliek NeapraMCarklelo. CUB 1*1 «> 1:11 -. trt. Hi Mi MARTINS UNIFORMS 1524 E. McDowell Ph. 258-1029 w ^ Putting First First, Al Santa Maria Rtx Glynn When was the last fime you honestly felt that you were really treated like a customer? Have you ever felt that you were the most important person ever to walk into a place of business? Have you ever sensed that you were doing the salesman a favor by giving him the opportunity to serve you? When was the last time you expected ... and got •. . . friendly, straightforward talk about your particular needs? And when was the last time a salesman told you th*t perhaps something for less money would do exactly the same job for you? People like Al $anti Maria and R«x Glynn, shown above, are real f«Usm*n. Th«y know only too weII that the most important p.rion in their business life is you ... the customer. Give them a try. RlUlDlO LlPlH V/lf, (Vf i HIM f'AMttRACK >f)MJ FAN FARE by Walt Ditzen Personality wins stakes Associated Press Personality, the Preakness winner in June, gave notice yesterday he's still in strong contention for the 3-year-old thoroughbred championship by capturing the $25,000 added Jim Dandy Stakes at Saratoga. Carrying the top weight of 126 irt the field of eight, Personality, with Lafitt Pincay Jr.. up, covered the mile in 1:35 4-5 and beat Loud by a neck. Plymouth was third, three lengths farther back. It was the first start since July 24 for Personality, the Hail to Reason colt owned by Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs. He was beaten then by older horses in a seven - furlong race at Aqueduct. Personality is expected to be pointed for the Aug. 22 Withers at Saratoga, which likely will determine the 3- year - old championship. It was Personality's seventh victory in 14 starts and his fourth stakes' triumph. In addition to the Preakness, the bay colt won the Wood Memorial and the Jersey Derby. The 3-5 favorite, Personality paid $3.40, $2.60 and $2.40. Loud returned $3.20 and $2.80 GOLDEN HILLS COUNTRY CLUB 18 HOLE COURSE OPEN TO PUBLIC REDUCED SUMMER ftKEEN PIES PRO-SHOP PHONE rim* 969-4400 South of Apache Trail — t Miles East of Mtsa on Power Road- Bush Hifhway Oiwaf the beautiful (off in the valley! while Plymouth paid $3.20. Double Delta nailed front running Away in the early stretch and then rolled to a 2^ length victory in the $6,650 Lullaby Purse before 11,981 at Arlington Park. Away hung on for second and Crown Jem finished third in the six furlong race for fillies and mares. The winner, ridden by Jorge Tejeira, was timed in 1:09 and paid $5, $3.20 and $3. Away paid $3.20 and $2.60 Crown Jem paid $4.80. Tony Black, leading apprentice in the current meet at Liberty Bell capped a triple by riding If You Please to victory and a $14.80, $7.20 and $4.20 payoff in the second half of the day's co-feature. Amber Countess paid $4 and $3.60 and Yebechai returned $8 to show in the $6,500 race. The first half was captured by Crafty Chris, ridden by Jesse Davidson and paying $26, $12.20 and $8.60. Cap Sail was second and paid $23 and $15.60 and Lucky Man returned $4.40. If You Please ran six furlongs in 1:11 1-5 and Crafty Chris time for 11-16 mile was 1:462-5. Mrs. Martin, the'favorite, swept to a six length triumph in the Hammonton Purse at Atlantic City. The winner, piloted by Eddie Maple, covered the 11-16 mile in 1:45 1-5 to pay $5, $3.80 and $3.20. Tilldate paid $8 and $4.80 and The Silver Tassie, a close third, paid $9. Horse Racina SAT. & SUN. 1:30 P.M. ^ Round-trip bus service each racing day during the summer. Buses leavi 1st St. I Van Buren at 10:30 a.m. and 300 Bowl (19th Ave. & Bethany Home Rd. at 11:00 a.m. Fare only $5, including admission and program. PRESCOTT, ARIZONA RESCOJT DOWNS Funks' Greyhound Racing Circuit It's ^•^Bm «••» ^^w^^fe «BBMH _ SPECIAL! 1970 INTERNATIONAL Pick-Up—34S Y8—Automatic Transmission, Power Steering, Heavy Duty Etec. System—Aux. Springs—AIR COND. ALSO 8 ft. CAB-OVER CAMPER All Deluxe Features-Sleeps 4 Complete with Truck S 4188 ONLY Plus Sales Tax And License THE MAN'S TRUCK THAT WOMEN LOVUI Put Only : On 'v 320<> ^ ! '*>< )<*s v *. 1970 TrovtloN st ** r|n S' fowtr •f*i't», F Sidt W*lli, Cmtom EyUrier. Quality Auto and Fleet Service *"' *••«' »'«> AVIMUI »*».»««• COMPLITI TRUCK CENTIR

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