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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 123

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n cr n tire Arizona Republic S Phoenix, Sat., Aug. 15,1970 f»t SP* Phoenix couple fires high in rifle tourney CAMP PERRY, Ohio (AP)Army Reserve 1st Lt. John Writer, LaGrande, 111., won the national smallbore rifle position championship yesterday with a two-day aggregate Phoenicians vie in Colo, golf GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — Amateur Jack Colvin fired a 6-under par 66 yesterday to take the first-round lead in the Rocky Mountain Open golf tournament. Three Phoenix pros cracked par to be right on the leader's heels. Dave Walters shot 67, while Jimmy Johnston and Bob Wolfe figured in a three- way tie at 70. score of 3,175 points out of a possible 3,200. Writer, who won the junior title in the event in 1963, edged runnerup Army Maj. John Foster, Phoenix, Ariz., by two points. Foster's wife, Tricia, won the women's championship with 3,165 points. She also won the second match of the day of a score of 797 points out of a possible 800. tops in pro-am LAKE MONTEZUMA Dick Turner, Mesa Country Club professional, fired a Blunder-par 67 yesterday to take top money in the Arizo- A's Roland out OAKLAND (AP) — The Oakland Ah tie tics have placed .relief pitcher Jim Roland on the disabled list, making him unavailable for three weeks. Greyhound results •LACK CANYON GREYHOUND PARK Thursday's Results .FIRST, 550 Yds, Gr. 1, T-31.94 (4-8) 1(2.20. Dog entries • LACK CANYON GREYHOUND PARK Entries for Sat., Aua. 15 Chester PITS arbo er Gllmpre (0) PilJ-O CO rsides (3) AR's 20.W ».» 8.80 Harborsides (3) .Also: AAR's Little B Name^The Game, OB's 4.40 5.00 380 Bit, Lottie Siz, Letsqom Nigs na Chapter PGA pro-am tourney at LakeMontezuma Country Club. Host pro John Bowman was second with a 68, a score matched by Ken Christopher in snaring low amateur honors. The prize winners: Low pro—47, Turner; 68, Bowman; «9, Gary Pratt, Century CC; 70 (tie). Jerry Greenfield, Maryvale GC; Hub Goyen, Oakcreek CC; Les Wimp, Papa- 90 GC. Low team—<2 (tie), J. Bowman-Phil Garbarno; Bowman - Hal Woodrlno; Oran Love-Ron Carr; H. Goyen-L.ee Bond; Goyen-Ben Wawro; 43 (tie), J. Greenfleld-Dous O'Deese; Gary Heyden-Jim Christopher; L. Wimp-Jim Georseousan. SEC $peciaY7e"Nw°(6?'* 1 " Espanto (8) FIRST— canyon cr, ftr 1. Sunny Gossip 8 Prairie Nebo Harborside 5-2 Gay Pebble Shifty Winds 10 Toneability O.B.sOver 9-2 Fire Bomb 8 12 7-1 T-3t.1t "§.« 5.80 <l ' 60 .'Ai'so:^'fy'"Kathie, Groovy Gracem, Wild Rhythm, Reneesancem Railetta. .jJHIRD, 550 Yds, Gr. 4, T-3J.40 »-«) luane '0 (3) 5.20 3.00 2.80 -I.PPO Comet (8) 4.20 3 20 Nia's Mary Ann (7) 440 £ so: »S?. l ™ w , s .Sy. en ' ^TeH Tim, Atrls- $2 Du ZIP SECOND—Sunset cr. Or Value Rated 5-2 Br!< ' campus All 5-2 Brla.h,t_ So Uptown 7-2 wild .H.'s Petrex :Gfrl 10 ,,FOW£TH, 0» Y4s, Or. 1, T-M.JO It- lythm Misty m J. t Maggie's Express Jean - —. v _ Comet 2 Atrlsco I AMche. 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Three Spot in Ruidoso run RUIDOSO DOWNS, N.M. An Arizona-owned runner, Mr. Three Spot from the stable of Rulon Goodman of Oracle, will be in the lineup for tomorrow's $150,000-plus Rainbow Quarter Horse Futurity. Mr. Three Spot was one of the ten fastest qualifiers for the rich event in last week's futurity trials, covering the 400-yard course in 20.60 seconds. Fastest qualifier was Oklahoma-owned Full Moon Zestee with a 20.42 clocking. For A King Size DEAL... SEE Earnhardt Ford , King Of The Ford De«iers Chandler • 963-6311 Open Sunday r fINAL DAYS OF OUR ANNUAL CLEARANCE Don't Miss This Big Opportunity to SAVE.' 1970'72 TON PICKUP V8, Wide Bed, Full Factory Safety Equipment 2399 SJ£»MM>-..- . WOCAMARO V8, Full Factory Iquipmenr, Full Safety Equip mont, Heavy Pwty Radiator, Tinted Glass. SANDS CHEVROLET . Mile & '/a N. of Ccimelback on Grand Ave. 5418 M.W. Grond Ave. • Ph. 937-279), 278-4571 «^Jk«ftBd^ Schaefer-Smith, Bailey triumph Special to the Republic PRESCOTT - Schaefer- Smith of Phoenix and Bailey Contractors of Mesa won as expected last night in the State Open Softball Tournament. nament will pick up action today at both City and Whipple Park at 1 p.m. There are games scheduled every 90 minutes throughout the day. The one upset occurred when Ochsner'sof Yuma knocked off Datsun of Prescott, 2-1, although the winners got only three hits off losing pitcher Jack Homer. Defending champion Schaefer-Smith got a two-hit performance from righthander Jerry Wells, who also struck out 10 in an 8-0 blanking of Passey Bond of Mesa. The Mesa team committed four errors behind losing pitcher Harold Biggs. The S-S team got seven hits including triples by Bill Crumm and Stu Zink. Bailey's nudged Kitchell of Phoenix, 2-1, getting both of its runs in the bottom of the sixth inning. The rally broke up a fine pitching duel between Bailey's Jay Bob Bickford and Kitchell's Key Contreras. Contreras struck out 11 in a losing cause. Bickford fanned eight and allowed only two hits. Ochsner's came from behind to beat Datsun Motors. The winning run came across in the bottom of the sixth when Rocky Rosas tripled and scored on a single by Dick Witmer. The double elimination tour- The tournament finals are scheduled tomorrow night. Forest Park CC visits 4 nations ST. LOUIS (AP)-Competition in the Mayflower '70 basketball Festival in Plymouth, England, will be one of 10 stops in four nations for Forest Park Community College cagers leaving Aug. 17 for Europe. PRICE INCREASE SEPTEMBER 1st 40 ACRES SIMPER ACRE Another section sub-divided in Ranch bounded on two sidet by beautiful Chevelon Creek & Canyon in Northern Arizona. Excellent investment opportunity. Fishing, Hunting on property. Water, use of Ranch headquarters, corrals. Low down payment, excellent terms. 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