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C1 T Y 72 The Arizona Republic O Phoenix, Sat., Aug. 15,1970 Tucson raps Padres, 7-1 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Strong pitching by Bill Wynne and a four-run scoring outburst in the third inning carried Tucson to a 7-1 Pacific coast victory over the Salt Lake Padres last night. Wynne, who spent most of last season with the Chicago White Sox, scattered seven hits in going the distance for his ninth victory against a single loss. Craddock, rain rule at Manzy By MIKE GARRETT A delayed instant replay hit Manzanita Speedway last night, much to Gary Craddock's satisfaction. Craddock was leading the limited modified main event after 23 laps when the rains once again spoiled the party. Craddock was officially declared the winner, his fourth triumph of the year. But TU«on Salt L»ke 114 00100 0—7 13 0 OOP 100 0 0 fr-1 7 3 Wynne and Adams; Ross, Penfland (3) and Drake. W—Wynne (9-1). L— Ross (0-3). HR—Tucson. Adams (5); Salt Lake, Morales (5). Cubs edge Bevos TACOMA (AP) - The Tacoma Cubs, outhit 13-9, rallied for two runs in the eighth inning to edge the Portland Beavers 5-4 last night in the finale of the Pacific Coast League series. Seeds advance TORONTO (AP)— Top-seeded Rod Laver of Australia and No. 2 seed Andres Gimeno of Spain advanced to the semifinals of the $23,000 Canadian Open Tennis Championships with easy victories last night. Laver defeated countryman Fred Stolle, 6-3, 10-8, and Gimeno turned back France's Pierre Barthes, 6-4, 6-3, in the rain troubled tourney. PORTLAND TACOMA Oil Oil 000-4 1J 0 , 000 MO Olx-S f 1 Lauzerique, He/gain* (7), Ferrell Tompklns (8), Edgerton (8) and ske; Church, LeMay (8), Newman (9) and Hlbbs. W-LeMay (4-8). L-Ferrell (0-3). HR—Portland, Felske (18). Tacoma—Hlbbs (1). Spokane winner EUGENE, Ore. (AP)-Spokane scored seven runs in the third inning and Jose Pena's relief job led the Indians to a 10-5 Pacific Coast League baseball victory last night over Eugene. In other quarterfinal play, fourth-seeded Roger Taylor of England rallied to defeat Pan- - cho Gonzales, Malibu, Calif., 4-6, 6-2, 6-1. And Cliff Drys- f nfyr rttti dale of South 'Africa, downed ingrain Marty Riessen, Evanston, 111., 6-4, 6-3. points leader Bobby Harrell was close behind in third and hung on to his lead in the standings. The claimef main event, scheduled after the modifieds, was canceled. Craddock led from start to rain with several different challengers pressing him throughout. Bob Flak, Billy Shuman, Harrell and Carl : Kraft all took tufns making runs at Craddock but to no avail. The rain and lightning blacked out the entire speedway 15 minutes after the race was stopped. Kraft was official credited with second followed by Harrell, Ollie Morton, and Roger Stevens. Larry Clark won the modified semi while heats went to Craddock, Kraft, and Larry Myers. Shuman prevailed in the trophy dash. Jim Perkins outlasted the field to win the claimer semi. SDokant EUNM 107 000 200—10 U 1 NO Oil 110- I 10 2 Stevenson, Pena (7), and Sogae;' L. Scoreboard Baseball AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Evansvllle 4, Tulsa 3 Oklahoma City 3, Indianapolis 2 Wichita 9, Omaha 6 Iowa 5. Denver 4 TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas-Fort Worth 8, San Antonio 6 Shreveport 5, El Paso 2 Arkansas 5, Arnarlllo 2 Memphis 5, Albuquerque 3 Softball SON PARK SLO-PITCH TOURNEY Electric 15, Motorola White , Arizona Bank 4; champion', Arizona Bank 3. Miller takes 54-hole lead OTTAWA, Ont. (AP)Wielding a hott putter, Allen Miller of Pensacola, Fla., forged into the lead yesterday with a 5-under-par 68 in the third round of the Canadian Amateur Golf Championship. Miller passed halfway leader John Mahaffey of San Antonio, Tex., and finished the day with a three-stroke advantage over Bill Kratzert, Fort Wayne, Ind., who also posted a 68. The pacesetter from Florida stood at 207, Kratzert was at 210 and Don Klenk.Medi- nah, III., was next best with 71-211. Paul Purtzer and Howard Twitty, the two hopefuls from Phoenix, both toured the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club course in 3-under-par 70 yesterday to be seven shots off the lead at 214. Mahaffey soared to a 75 after two par-cracking rounds and was tied for eighth place at 213 with two others. Football OIL BOWL (At Wichita Falls, Texas): Texas 38, Oklahoma 28. Swimming Sunnvilope invitational Girls (10-under): 50-meter breast- Heidi Tetzel, Chandler Swim Club, 47.2; 50 butterfly—H. Tetzel, 37.7; 100 free— Tetzel, 1:19.2. (11-12): 100 breast—Jodv Gordon, Arizona Desert Rats, 1:26.9; 50 free—J. Gordon, 31.3; 200 medley— J. Gordon, 2:44.5. (13-14): 200 free- Barbie Gtercke, ADR, 2:24.8; 100 butterfly— Beckie van Ness, ADR, 1:14.4; 100 breast—Mltzie Gruender, ADR, 1:76.0. (15-17 and open): 100 breast- Kay Belle Swltzer, 1:30.1; 100 free- Betty Sue Drlsqs, ADR, 1 medley—B. S. Driggs, 2:50.0. Dragway field Randy Ingram and Mike Evernden are co-favorites tonight in the fourth Super Street Eliminator event at Phoenix Dragway. Ingram, a 17-year-old high school student, has had fastest times in two previous races , in his Chuck's Speed Center '55 Chevy. Evernden, also sponsored by Chuck's Speed Center, drives a Nova II and won the other previous Super Speed Eliminator event with an e.t. of 11,43 and 116.58 m.p.h. Trials and practice runs start at 4:30 and class trophy runs at 8:30. Heats were won by Len Ward, Terry.Dean, Wayne Kenem- mer and Mark Fooks.. Points leader Ron Schofield easily breezed to the claimer trophy dash. The United States Racing Club Hjidgets will make their first Appearance in Phoenix since 1968 when they present a seven event lineup along with late model stock cars at Manzanita tonight. The Phoenix race, to be run on the quarter mile, will be the 18th of the season for the USRC club. Heading the entry list will be the latest midget sensation, Tony Simon of Ontario, Calif. Since taking over the Jim Gary Offy, Simon has broken the qualifying track record at El Toro, Calif, won a main event at El Toro and finished second at Yuma Aug. 1. Also expected are 1969 THE NO. 1 NAMt IN SOWLINO IOWLINO E9UIPMINT POOL TAILES BOWLER'S THUMB 4322 N. 7th AVMM Phone 279-8877 16.0. (15-17 and open): 100 breast- ay Belle Swltzer, 1:30.1; 100 free- Betty Sue .DrlflSS, ADR., 1:05.3; 200 .Boys (l.tMjnderJ:. 50. butterfly-Tom »bv 100 Valente, ADR, 38.2> 50 breast— Botobv s, Tempe Swim Club, 46.2^ 10 Glendale Gauchos. Val Wil fre . pe Swim Club, nson, Glendale . 1:14.8. (11-12): 100 breast— Forrest Picket, Chandler Swim Club, 1:33.6; 50 lliams, ee— Jay J emp ohns -12): free— Mike French, medley, M. French, .. - utterfly— Jon Ezer, unatf., 1:09.8; loo , . unat., 31.2; 2:51.2. dley, M. Fr terfly— Jon , ., :.; breast— Andy Devlin, Moon Valley Swim , Devils, 1:22.4; 200, free— J. 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