Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 134
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 134

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REPUBLIC ,.„.... CITY D-4 The AfIzona Republic O Phoenix, Sat., June 30,1973 Crown Vacuum blasts Twins flanseti captures league lead Crown Vacuum blasted the ,lver Tavern Twins, 10-0, iday night in Valley Non TO League action at Camel' ^ iack High; £ Rick Hanks hurled a two- I hitter in the abbreviated five t hinning contest. Doug Fant slapped three hits in four appearances while adding three runs-batted-in to pace the winners at the plate. ,Stan P e a c h e y, three-for- three, and Rex Fiori, two hits, added to the CV attack. Crown V a c u u m 's season mark jumped to 8-5 with the win. In other action, righthander Dan Woodard fanned 16 while yielding only four hits as Coolidge dumped Mexican Imports, 8-3. Steve Hawkins paced the 11-hit Coolidge onslaught with a pair of doubles, scoring three. Anthony Allen slammed a two-run triple and Randy McDaniels and Albert Moore had two hits apiece. The victory upped Coolidge's record to 9-6. t Tonight, at Coronado Park, the South Phoenix Giants face Village Inn Pizza. Game time is 7:45 p.m. \RIVUE PARK - Remap Canst. ion-Union i> James cans 9, Sup.er- \f funcrest B.ujlderj. l^Vafley. llonai BanK 9i ASR. 9.i. D>an D 7 ea, lartford, >ry.,,wal o 12, Vi ucllbn 0; PARrf- Na- 'alley' Mallona 'VAL6 PARK - Falcons 2, onstrucllon 0; Greer and Stump Skfr^HrfWUMu.: s«cret 5» V8II6V Harbor 11, La cuearacha RalionaL B ' " - '* Deser Bank . Harbor ... —., stone. Sjjfas.t. eltc , ionai Bank 11, coldwen-Banker 10; ert Sails, 10, Nceolt's 9t Continental k 11, Milne Truck L nes 8; Secret bor JU.pwry. Si Matzdpff 9, fire- enlx . . Assembly tecs 9i A-1 Windows 13, Greyhound results, entries H a n s e n Mortuary moved into first place in the Northeast American Legion baseball chase Friday night with a 24 win over Sanderson Ford. Previous leader Phoenix Suns was drubbed by L. L. Smith, 11-1. Hansen is 13-3-1 for the first half and Suns are 13-4. Rich Page pitched a two- hitter and collected two hits for Hansen. Mike Candrea scored the winning run in the seventh when he singled and scored when Randy Henderson's single got past the Sanderson leftflelder. The Suns were only out-hit 0-7, but committed five errors. Dave Austin had two hits and drove in four runs while winning pitcher Jim Go- ble and Bill Shed had two hits each for the winners. Tim Moncher and Steve Seiberling had two hits apiece for the Suns. Bob's hammered Arnold's, 10-5. Dan Henderson had three hits and Karl Pagel two including a big triple for Volleyball teams advance to finals DULUTH, Minn. (AP) Favored E. Pluribus Unum and Cattlemen's Volleyball Starflghter* 8; Charlie Rossle Ford U, Ward Ryan Const. 13j Church of God 10, woosley Const. 4; IRC Leabue (slow pitch)— Alresearch 11, Postal Service 9; CANYON GREYHOUND PARK Gilbert Miss (7) - 550 Y»td«, Or 3, T — „ _ ().») M4.40. Tropical JO (8) 15.40 5.40 4,40 **"'",' (') ... to e'nn Tuoyely Lynn &»."* ^Tipper ) 3.20 Vee, Kayde* Riser, SS ave, R.D.'s Victor. Buccaneer Bob 10 M's Blqe. Lady snanlsh Guitar 5/2 Ernie Vee Honeywell 18, Sea Ray Boats Si American Express 10, Motorola ai 9; Sperry Green 25, Walsh Bros. 3). Motorola it\ 25. Bl 5, Diamonds 0; Honeywell 14, Arizona ank 8;.CWA ?,-Surc Electronics 8) Pride' actus Red < Lemon » 8 ' Clayton ij 12 MR's Mnsfgnor 7/2 Sperrv Blue 23, Phoenix Cable 4. . WMRSITYjARK-B Le •-• - Aut's Sports Thrift boat qualifies .eague Dly. Alarm 10; SECOND - » «9.14, 0 - «•») .C. Lady (2) . 117.00, Or J, T •" t8 2 ' 60 BLACK CANYON OREYHOUND PARK Official Entries For Saturday, June 30 FIRST— Canyon, Or. 3. Skipper Scooby 5/2 Rlkstar SEVENT.H-C.n^oj, |r. |uJ . lve onsoll urch Caesar Ability O.B.'s Droopy Caddo 5 i Carvon Espanto Oshkosh Bounce (7) «.™ «•: * ww i A so> Sad sinner, Banlo, Blaze, MS- L,L. s i-acr sicks, Blazing Journey, Bob's Klngman. Mona Jean GP's Arnpleloy 8 Georgia Go L.L.'s Cache 7/2 Safin Song 8 BVR. Star « 12 9/2 10 \a7c~ C,'"" 8 Donna Did, .H.'s Peebles 12 Kork's White EIGHTH— Yavanal, 0 •' ' Packet "'" • fir a I at-rvci lother. Nature D«lly Double — (1-2) Paid $M.« THIRD - 550 Yards, Or 4, T - ^o-nsi'dey, 74 ' 80 ' 13.00 6.40 2.80 •fm Temper (4) ».«> "0 r'A^^aldlr Troubles, Doua's eg 5,S. Cracker, Little Corey, Red Cargo. . FOURTH -.SJO.YardS, Or 2, T pi .40, a — (i-r SECOND—sunset, or. 2. Starr Moss 5/2 C.W/s Misty 7/2 Pvrty stricken 9/2 Mlckev Greeks 10 Common cause 8 Low Rev 8 Sandy Elalne 12 Bob's Fritz 6 . 1. Ina Kane ~ 0 ,,kosh Pride Honey Red New Set iitpal, Or. 9/2 Corln 8 Qshki if 7/2 NlNTH-Canyon, Or. J. Watch What 5/2 Go Puff 12 \aln Chant 10 Air Wave 8 Ittv 7/2 L.L.'s Can Do 9/2 Itzle Mac 4 MlghTy High 8 1-Mzl .Bros. 12, Central Mountain .Belt 14, KOY 3; 4. Longhair nc. 5; piv. 2-Del We.hi Main Electric SupnTv 11) C Concrete 13. Crelqhton " 11, Panto Shack 9. Baseball AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 7, Tulsa 1 Evansvllle 3, Oklahoma City 1 Omaha 1.2, Denver 5 1 LEAGUE 's Sports Wehb 12, isolldated 7. KTAR Midland 8, El Paso 1 Amarlllo 5, San Antoni Alexandria 5, Memphis i THlRD-Sunset, Or. 4. Sansage Sadsk 5/2 Deekle Boy 10 Reb's Jsephine 9/2 Gem's Diamond 4 Red Jolt 12 Like Brldy 8 Juliana c.C. 7/2 Profit Taker 8 TENTH-Sunset, Or. 1. ,, , Romantic Novl 9/2 J.S. Misty 12 Sue Halnes 4 Chives 1, PH's Phantasy 8 Juana Wilt 10 Stormy Jerry^ s/: exana , m Arkansas 4-13, Shreveport 1-2 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Charleston 4, Richmond 3 Syracuse 2, Rochester 1 Tidewater at Peninsula, ppd., rain SOTS? (8) 4.403.802.40 4.40 3.00 tJ*lso° Act vatlon.Reddv Ryder, M.R.'s T&norrow. Rain Allure, Black Locust. s S o,MR.'sr. James, Denzle I Am, ffi'mere Buster, Vista Miss, Curley. radley O.B.'s Mr. John, Lora Horton, Serviceman, Wei Tom, Tepee pj cmicr i i «'TENTH — 550 Yards, Gr 1, T — -;;; ? r ^i^-»- ^ » ^ ihkosh C.rvstal (1) 3.80 3.40 i.'s Tamble Moss, Grlnnin ., _._ Beeps, Discreet Dolly, Cap id. .'s Pretty Fawn 12.00 4.80 ,„ , . , , J.20 aid, DZQ.'s Hanoi, Cap .. SBarta Maid (3) "*Also, Tipsy Ma, . , Tap, Osh Kosh Pepper, Bill McDonald. Bobblnette Lucky (6) 5.00 4.60 3.40 9.40 5.20 .Aod Mama 10 Scratcher 9/2 Miss Bead 8 Applelack Inn 5/2 Rattle On « WV's Prty Boy 7/2 Brown Satin 8 GA's Wsrt Dove 12 FIFTH—Yavapal, Gr. 4. Caesar's Bones 9/5 Paloma Espanto 8 Sterling Stride 7/2 Red* Dawn 4 ELEVENTH-Canvon, Gr. ,3. MUs Bodlne 5/2 Deb Wells Sjrso I .Am 8 Oshkosh,T 3b' Asfro Jack Bob's Lorle 6 Madd"'bonala 10 L.L.'s Buck 9/2 7 1 /! Columbus 7, Birmingham 0 Knoxvllle 10, Orlando 4 Montgomery 5, Jacksonville 3 Ashevllle 9, Savannah 2 DETROIT (AP) - Ten hydroplane boats qualified Friday for the 15-mile Gar Wood race to be held on the Detroit River Sunday. Fastest qualifying speed was set by Bill Muncey, who drove the "Atlas Van Lines," at 119 miles per hour. Other boats qualifying were: "Lincoln Thrift (of Phoenix)," "Miss U.S.," "Mr. Fabricator," "Miss Madison," "Red Man," "ValuMart," "Miss Budweiser," "Gail's Roostertail," and "Pay and Pack." In addition "Shakey's Special" was expected to qualify Sunday morning. The hydroplane was unable to qualify with the others due to engine trouble. Most of the boats are powered by a Rolls Royce Merlin or Allison engines, .except "Miss U.S." and "Lincoln Thrift" which have turbo- charged engines. Club survived Friday games undefeated to enter the final round Saturday in the double- elimination U.S. Volleyball Association national c h a m- pionships. E Pluribus Unum, of Houston, Texas, defeated the Los Angeles Renegades Green, 15-2, 10-15 and 15-8, in women's competition while the Cattlemen, of Redondo Beach, Calif., stopped Kenneth Allen White, Chicago. 15-6 and 15-3 in the men's division. Bob's. Rick Martinez had two hits for Arnold's, the win kept Bob's one game back of Sun Valley in the tight West Central race. Agua Fria scored its fifth win in a row, pounding Kerr's, 11-2. Ray Murillo had two hits and drove in three runs for the winners as did Jack Moreno. Gary Hillery notched the win with a four- hitter. Bill Musgrave pitched a four-hitter and struck out 10 as Disabled American Veterans bombed Marston's, 7-1. Joe Sanchez had a two run home run for DAV and Bob Carillo had two hits for the losers. . ,n u ValleV, %t Phoenix CollegeT \.Ki ^j|-Tech vs. Arnofd's 8V Phoenfx Col- eqe, 8; L. L. Smith vS. 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