Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 133
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 133

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, June 30, 1973
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Republic photo by Kevin Scofield The Valley High Girls Golf Association wound up its season with this talented threesome in championship finals. Julie Stanger, left, defeated Sandy Borg, center, in Friday's title duel at Camelback Country Club and Tanya Taylor won the nine-hole division in playoff. Stanger nips Borg, 1 up, for golf title In a seesaw match that wasn't settled'until the 18th green, 16-y e a r -o 1 d Julie Stanger edged Sandy Borg by a 1-up margin Friday in win- ning the annual Valley High Girls Golf Association championship at Camelback Country Club. Julie, from Central High, More about Palmer faltering Continued from Page D-l a 28-year-old who has regular on the pro Irwin, been a tour for six years, had a very solid effort. "It. was an extremely steady round," he said. "It all blended in together pretty well." He missed only two fairways and one green and didn't have a bogey as he made a bid for his first victory since the 1971 Heritage Classic. Irwin made a 10-footer for a duece on his second hole, punched short-irons within 18 inches on two other birdie holes and chipped up to six inches for an easy save on the only green he missed on the front nine. He pulled in front alone with birdies on two of his last three holes, one with an eight-foot putt and the other with a 10-footer on his final hole. The tight little layout yielded some extremely low scores, but the best was a sparkling, seven-under-par 64 by Leonard. Thompson, a second-year pro from Wake Forest. He had a 141 total.. made the turn 1-up over her rival and then won the 10th hole before Sandy rallied. The Arcadia High graduate won 13, 14 and 15—latter with a 25-foot par putt—and took the lead, only to have Julie win the 16th hole and square the match. They both parred tlie short 17th and then Miss Stanger snatched the title on the par-5 18th, twoputting from 45 feet for a winning par as her opponent topk four shots to reach the green'. •• It marked two consecutive runnerup endings for luckless Miss Borg, second-place finisher in the recent state junior championship. Becky Winslow beat Barbara Bueter, 5-4. in championship consolation finals and Tanya Taylor defeated Patty Stewart for the nine- hole division title, winning a one-hole playoff after they tied at 212 for 36 holes. QUALIFIERS Hale.-lrwin Bruce Crampton Kik Masscngale Billy Casper Tom Kite , Bruce Devlin Arnold Palmer .Richard Crawford Rocky Thompson Miller Barber Larry Hinson Lionel Hebert J.C. Snead Dave Glenz Don Iverson John Lister John Mahaffey Hubert Green Bobbv Nichols Lee Trevino Dale Douglass Bob Wvnn Mike Reasor Pete Brown Bob 67-66-133 66-69-135 66-69—135 67-69—136 70-67—137 Murphy Brue Jim Spevry of Prescott's Mueller - Stevens will hurl Western Holiday Softball Classic opener tonight at 6' against California Merchants' Tom Lampe. Bob _.-- Georse Arciier Doug Ford Forrest Fezler •Artie McNIckle Leonard Thompson Tommy Aaron Art Wall Jerry McGee Bob Dickson Bob Zender John Jacobs Dave Stockton Rick Rhoads Dick Lotz Jim Wlechers Jim Jamieson Robert Moreland Ralph Johnston Charles Coody Martv Bohen Jim Simons Fred Marti Al Geiberger Jeff Hewes George Johnson Bob Lewis Bob Shaw Dewltt Weaver Phil Rodgers Orville Moody Ken Still . Georae Knudson Bob Goalby Roy Pace Dave Elchelberser Dick Rhyan Bobbv Greenwood Bud Allln Frank Beard Julius Boros Bert Yancev Charles Slfford Chris Blocker John Schroeder Lee Wykle Tom Watson Dow Finsterwald Deane Beman 70-6B—138 72-66—138 68-70—138 68-70—138 67-72—139 69-70—139 71-68—139 70-69—139 68-71—139 68-71—139 69-70—139 69-70—139 71-69—140 71-69—140 69-71—140 72-68—140 73-67—140 71-69—14n 69-72-141 69-72-141 69-72—141 71-70-141 77.64—141 70-72-042 72-70—142 71-71—142 75-67—142 73-69-142 72-70—142 72-70-142 72-70—142 71-71-142 71-71—142 69-73—142 71-71—142 73-69—142 72-70—142 70-72—142 73-69—142 Phoenix- netter wins handily SAN JOSE, Calif..-Bruce Nichols of Phoenix won his quarterfinals match against Colen Nunez of the University of Southern California, Friday, 6-1, 6-1 in California State Junior Tennis Championship action. Nichols enters today's play seeded fourth and meets top seed Trey Waltke f St. Louis, Mo. . ; REPUBLIC CITY Sat., June 30, 1073 DO The Arizona Republic 'Lucky 9 Altemus Blazer sharp By BOB JACOBSEN Phoenix Blazer coach Kenny Dyer plans some full scale lineup changes for tonight's 7:30 contest with the Los Angeles Mustangs. But you can bet tight end won't be one of them. Despite last week's disappointing 33-2? overtime loss to New Mexico, there were bright spots — and Tom Altemus was one of them. The- 6-2V6, 227-pound former Texas-El Paso standout caught eight of Joe Spagno- la's 22 : completions last week — good for 165 yards. And that effort included six snares for 139 yards in the second quarter alone. "I was lucky," kidded Altemus," they were throwing : the ball to me. It makes the More about Secretariat on display today Continued from Page D-l George Getz, t r a i n e r of Blue Chip Dan, said it was sort of like David against Goliath but added: "My horse doesn't have a sling shot and a rock." Joining Secretariat and Blue Chip Dan in the IVs mile race will be Our Native and My Gallant. Blue Chip Dan, owned by Phil Teinowitz, has won only once in nine starts this year and finished second to Linda's Chief in the Grand Prix at Arlington Park in his last start. Our Native, owned by Elizabeth P r i t c h a r d, Dr. Ed Thomas and trainer Bill Res- seguet Jr., won the Ohio Derby in his last start for his fifth victory in 13 races this year. In two previous meetings with Secretariat, he finished third in the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, beaten 10% lengths each time. Post time today is 3:18 p.m. (Arizona time) with television coverage by Channel 3. Here Is the field for the Invitational race af Arlington Park today: 3. Arthur Appleton; t, Mea- Trainers — i. Bill Reese; _. ,. jetz; 3. Lou Goldflne; 4. Lucien Laurln. Distance — l'/a mile. Tlenowitz; dow Stable. ?. Georae Getz; Si 25,000 r'S75~,000 to"wlhn'er," J 0,000 to second. $20,000 to third. elshfs — Secretariat 126 pounds. C stive, Blue Chip Dan, Mv Gallant each. Post .tinie-^. 3:18.p_.m. Pho Tfi Time, Television—Channel 3. . hoenix S ir Native (No lue Chip D, V Gallant _jicretarlat ..- ntry-Fpr beitln< 4, Secretariat Entry—For bL... Native, My Gallan 7-7 ... Owners— 1. Mrs. Dr. Ed Thomas, . tting p ant, Bl rs. Eli , Bill urposes only, Our lue Chip Dan. lizabeth Pritchard. Ressegeut; 2. Phil Gene Brown's 90th recorded at Manzy By MIKE GARRETT Hank Aaron may be chasing McClung was closing fast for Babe Ruth's ghost but Manzanita Speedway's Babe Ruth is very much alive and.kicking. With Friday night's Super- modified main event victory, Veteran Gene Brown wrapped up (unofficially) Manzanita •career win No. 90. The countdown now begins to reach the coveted 100 mark. Brown may make that mark before Aaron catches Ruth in home runs at his present rate. Brown won his second modified main event of the year at Manzanita by.passing Dave Gulp on the 24th lap, then holding off hard-charging Gary Craddock the remaining six circuits. Mike Gibson captured his second straight claimer feature by taking the lead on the last 'lap. Late model stock car driver Chuck Florey switched to modified stocks Friday night to win the feature in that division. Gulp led the first 23 lap's of the supermodified main event while Brown, a s i x t h -r p w starter, was weaving his way through the field like an expert cobbler. Gulp then relinquished the lead easily but Brown's Wayne Burrows Chevy was running like clockwork. Culp stayed. in hot pursuit to finish just behind Craddock. Gary fourth ahead of and Len Blum. Ron Shuman Gibson played it cool on a hot night, saw his opening on the last lap and passed Duane Broders on the inside of the last lap back straightaway. Borders took second, Grant Way a close third, Jack Tar- ickell fourth and point leader Sonny Hedricks fifth. The moclifed trophy dash went to Bob Meixsell, heats to Daryl Swinehart, Jeff Bingham, Shuman and Jerry Miller and Steve McGuire won the semi. Way led the way in the claimer dash, Hedricks, Jack Walters, Calvin Posey and Nelson Winger won heats and Mel Pruitt took the semi. Gary Belcher captured the modified stock dash with Phil Hertel and Ken Brown winning heats. Jack Thompson, Belcher and Hertel Finished behind Florey in the main. Phoenicians score upset Special to The Republic SANTA FE, N.M. - The women's 30-doubles team of Phoenicians Maxine King and Ellen Harms scored an upset over the second-seeded team of Mary Smith and Imogene Raitt from Las Cruces, N.M., to advance to semifinal round action today in the Ancient City Open Tennis Tournament. The Phoenix duo earned the victory rallying from a 4-6 defeat in the opening set, to win the next two, 7-6 and 6-0. Also advancing to today's semifinals was the 35-mixed doubles Phoenix team of Roy and Maxine King, who defeated Albuquerque's Phillip Carter and Sharon Proctor, 6-0, 6-1. Other results: Mens' 35-slngles: Bill Tull def. Harry Folster (Las Cruces, N.M.), 6-2, 6-1; Mens' 45-slnales: Bill Tull def. Jack Wheeler (Albuquerciue), 6-4, 6-3; Dick Harms def. Dean Marvel (Albuauerpue) 6-1, 6-0; 45 mixed doubles—Dick and Ellen Harms def. Bill Johnson and Maxine Beckman (Los Alamos, N.M.), 7-6, 6-2; Mens' Ooen singles— John game much more fun, if you feel you're contributing." Altemus' career has been one of "just one year too early." "The year after I left Coronado high school, they were ranked No. 1 in the state. The year after I left Mesa Community College, they played in the Shrine Bowl. "And then, the year after I left UTEP, Bobby Dobbs got fired. "UTEP. was a complete waste of two years for me. Oh, I played, but it was just a messy situation for me down there. And El Paso has to be a bad place. There's nothing to do down there. "That's why the Blazers are so much fun. We've got a winning a 11 i t u d e, and just have a good time." Altemus hopes for a big- time career, and thinks he has a chance. . "The Redskins cut me after my senior year, but I was overweight, I hope to slim down to 215, and give it another shot . . . somewhere, at least." Dyer has shaken his defense up so much that but three players will be performing in the same spots as last week. Newcomers Abe Johnson and Dvvight Cahill are slated to go at left tackle and right end respectively. Dwight Chuck will remain at right tackle, and Jim Kelson moves from linebacker to left end. Gary Harmann takes over at middle linebacker, Mike Artozqui switches from strong safety to left linebacker, and Gator Robinson remains at right linebacker. In the secondary, Dale Bauman and Neal Henke move from safeties to cornerbacks, John Mason 'from cornerback to weak safety, and Frank Bowman takes over at strong safety. The Mustangs bring to town one of the largest offensive lines in the league. Charles Esaw, G-2, 280, anchors it, with tackles Harold Daniels (6-6, 300) and Ron Marsden (6-5, 260). Opposing teams have reached the L.A. quarterback but three times in two games. The only offensive change, for the Blazers will see Frank. Christian taking over at wide receiver. The Blazers lead the league in passing offense and are fourth in rushing of-, fense. Halftime will feature the car-push contests, one between men's teams, and a special contest between women's teams. Also winners will be announced in the special- poster painting contest being, held at Fairgrounds Coliseum, at 4:30 p.m. today. SWFL STANDINGS West Division Team Phoenix- Las Vegas So. California Los Anaeles W-L 1-1 0-0 0-1 0-2 Eastern Division I 'Of O'f. I IVICII3 UUCII 3IHM't-3 Sliver (Santa Fe) def. Jeff Harms 7-5; Mens' 45 doubles—Roy Klnq Olck " 7-5, . _. ...,--- -- — . Jnq and Dick Harms def. Kostantin Sutt and Dick Humphrey (Santa Fe), by default. ; Hiking Boots Arizona's Widest Selection HIGH aaventuRE "WILDERNESS OUTFITTERS" 3!)?5 E. 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