Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 15, 1970 · Page 116
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, August 15, 1970
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MAIL 72 The Arizona Republic , Sat., Ang. 15, 1970 < I Toros trip Padres, 8-6 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) the first two innings Thursday night and then held on for an 8-6 Pacific Coast League victory over the Salt Lake Padres. .< .„ Arlington feature 2-fold Second baseman Mid Guire tripled home two'runi for the Toros in the first 'inning. Tucson added six more runs in the second, three of ^hem on lefthander Ron Lolich's fourth home run of the week against the Padres. Salt Lake put up a strong threat in the seventh when two Tucson errors allowed one run to score before anyone was out. Associated Press The traditional Alabama Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at Saratoga and the two $50,000 divisions of the $100,000 Lindheimer Handicap at Arlington Park provide variety to t o d a y 's horse racing program. Office Queen, winner of seven stake races this year, ?teill b« trie' tbp weight with of the $59,100 Alabama. The Alabama attracted a field of 12 for the UA-mile classic test. Other highly regarded fillies due to go -include Missile Belle, 118, the morning line favorite on her victory in the Coaching Club American Oaks at Aqueduct, Hunnemannia, 114, which won the Test Stakes at Saratoga, Last of the Line, 118, winner of the Hollywood Oaks, and Fanfreluche, 118, winner of three Canadian stakes. When 22 were entered in the Lindheimer, Arlington Park officials decided to split the face into two divisions, to be run as the sixth and eighth on the Chicago program. There will be 11 in each division of the 1 3-16 mile race on the grass. Fast Hilarious, 120, is the top weight in the first division in which Indian Emerald, 117, TUCSON SALT LAKE Brandon, Eddy (7) and Brlnkmln, Bears.) Packers meet in Midwest Shrine tilt wiaiiMwii, cuur \ri anu BrinKmgn. £ ,.5K (J) A, Arl .'!!' .setarrlnsriausen (2), w nu £ K L'£i ' 7) /,» s i l , el 1 on «U 8nd °™*y —Brandon (u-9). L-»-Ariln (3-5). HR—>• T^son, Ulich (W; Salt Lake, wfl- 13); Salt Lake 1 ; WIN Beavers edge Cubs TACOMA (AP) — Although outhit by a 10-hit margin, the Portland Beavers were able to come from behind' 'for a 3-2 Pacific Coast League victory Thursday night over the Tacoma Cubs. ? ortland acorn* mm 83 in u-ui.—s- 1 ., ,* n ,3. *; e , lslte; Colton and Hibbs, Dudek (8). W-Brubaker (8-11) u—colton (8*13). Indians rip Ems EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - Bill Buckner batted in six runs to lead Spokane to a 10-8 Pacific Coast League baseball victory over Eugene Thursday night. Spokane Euiene 103 402 000—10 13 1 Ml 400 100— I 12 t Marlscal, Armstrong (1), O'Brien (/<>. Pena (7) and Stlnson; McBean, £?.?•&,,'^.tySHK'V.J*)' S"Kla W Eusene - 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 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, Medinah, 111., 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. Associated Press MILWAUKEE - The two oldest foes in the National Football League —theGreen Bay, Packers ;afid the Chicago Bears 4;will W^at it again tonight With a lot of new faces, x v / : The.'two teams clash in the annual Midwest Shrine Game at the Milwaukee County Stadium. Among the new Bears are linebacker Lee Roy Caffey, running back Elijah Pitts and center-tackle Bob Hyland, all old Packers. The Packers have at defensive tackle rookie Mike McCoy of Notre Dame, who came to Green Bay indirectly from Chicago. Draft rights to the 6-foot-5 284-pounder were obtained from the Bears by the Packers for the three veterans. Chicago defeated Houston, 23-13, last week while Green Bay struggled from behind to tie the New York Giants, 3131, in the exhibition season openers. The Bears have also added safety Phil Clark from Dallas, defensive linemen Bill Staley and Harry Gunner from Cincinnati and running back Craig Baynham in trades. The Bears, inept last season when they dipped to a disastrous 1-13 record, have moved George Seals to defense to improve the pass rush. As in the past, Chicago's offense is geared around the shiftty running of Gale Sayers, who rushed for 1,032 yards last season after knee surgery the year before. Bobby Douglass, the lefthander from Kansas, is expected to open at quarterback. Green Bay will probably lead off with veteran signal- caller Bart Starr, who saw very limited action in the Giants' clash. Ingram heads 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. and Royal Harmony, 116, also are highly rated, Mr. Lesdtf. 121, winner of his last iotnr -including three on the grass. Pattee Canyon, 120, winner of five stakes, and The Pruner, 115, American Dareby winner, are among those in the second division. Other Saturday features include the $50,000 added Kindergarten Stakes for 2-year- old at Liberty Bell in Philadelphia, the $39,450 Margate for fillies and mares on the turf at Atlantia City, the $25,000 Manchester Handicap at Rockhingham Park and the $22,850 La Jolla Mile at Del Mar. Tribal Line; 121, an import from Detroit and winner of the Graduation Stakes, Buck's Nashua, 118, undefeated in four starts, and Swift Pursuit, 118, are the top weights among the 12 entered in the six-furlong Kindergarten. Three fillies will carry equal top weight of 116 "BiuuiAwick THE NO. 1 NAMI IN tOWLINO IOWLIN6 COUIPMINT pool TAILES BOWLER'S THUMB 4322 N. 7th Avttwt Phone 279.8877 To Sell 100 Toyota* This Month QSBHDB WOf W. Indian Sehool-J71-»4li OPEN SUNDAYS NEW 1970 "93" OLDSMOBILE Fully Equipped 4494 Open Sunday far Your Convenience IOLIDAY -DSMOBILE 402 S. Old Scomdale Rd. 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