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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 136

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Republic photo bv 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 I 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 Irwin, a 28-year-old who has been a regular on the pro ; tour for six years, had a very 1 solid effort. "It was an ex, tremely steady round," he ; said. "It all blended in together pretty well." He missed cnly 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 bothparred. the short 17th and then Miss .Sfanger snatched the title on the par-5 18th, twoputting from 45 feet for a winning par as her opponent took 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 Irwin Bruce Crampton gjft y Massengale Tom Kite Bruce Devlin Arnold Palmer Richard Crawford Rocky Thornp'ion Miller Barber Larry Hinson > Lionel Hebert J.C. Snead Dave Glenz Don Iverson John Lister John Mahaffey Hubert Green Ichi Dale'Douglass Bobbv Nichols Lee Trevino Jim Sperry of Prescott's Mueller • Stevens will hurl Western Holiday Softball Classic opener tonight at 6 against California Merchants' Tom Lampe, Bob Wvnn Mike Reasor Pete Brown Bob Murphy Bob Brue Georae Archer Doug Ford Forrest Fezler Artie McNickle Leonard Thompson Tommy Aaron Art Wall Jerry McGee Bob Dlckson Bob Zender John Jacobs Dave Stockton Rick Rhoads Jjm k wfechers Jim Jarnleson Robert Moreland Ralph Johnston Charles Coody Martv,Bohen Jim Simons Fred Marti Al Geiberger Jeff Hewes Georae Johnson Bob Lewis Bob Shaw Dewltt Weaver .Phil Rodgers 'rirville Moody Ken Still George Knudson Bob Goalby Roy Pace Dave Elchelberger Dick Rhvan Bobby Greenwood . Bud Allln ' Frank Beard Julius Boros Bert Yancev Charles Sifford Chris Blocker John Scnroeder Lee Wykle Tom Watson • Dow Fmsterwald Deane Beman 67-66—133 66-69—135 66-69— 133 67-69—136 70-67—137 68-69—137 66-71—137 70-67—137 70-68—138 72-66—138 ''§•70-138 —IJ 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—142 72-70—142 71-71—142 75-67—142 73-69—142 72-70-14'.! 72-70—142 72-70—142 71-71—142 71-71—142 69-73—142 71-71—142 73-69—142 72-70-142 71-71—1 71-72—1 75-68—1.. 68-75-1 4 68-75—143 69-74—143 71-72-143 72-71—143 73-70-143 48-75—143 71-72-143 71-72-143 72-71—143 73-70—143 69-74—143 73-71—144 70-74—144 72-72—144 73-71—144 69-75—144 72-72—144 75-69—144 72-72-^144 73-71—144 72-72—144 75-69—14-1 74-70-144 Nebraska's Glover signed by Giants NEW YORK (AP) - Rich Glover, Nebraska's All-America middle guard and third* round draft choice, has signed a one-year contract with the New York Giants, the National Football League club announced Friday. Terms were not revealed. " A ,. I'hoenis, Sat., Juiife lo, U?* I J Wi€ Afizdna Republic f>3 Bowie fines Murcer $250 Associated Press NEW YORK - Bobby Murcer, fined $250 by Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn Friday, refused to back down from his charges that neither Kuhn nor American League President Joe Cronin has the "guts" to slop Cleveland pitcher Gaylord Perry, among others, from throwing spitballs. 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 1% 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 Pr itchard, Dr. Ed Thomas and trainer Bill Res- seguet Jr., won the Ohio Der,by 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. My Gal ant, owned by Arthur Appleton, hasn't run since he finished third to Sec- r e .t a r i a t in the Belmont Stakes, beaten 31 Ms lengths. The colt, who had .won three of 11 starts this year, was ninth in the Kentucky Derby, 21 lengths back. Post time today is 3:18 p.m. (Arizona time) with television coverage by Channel 3. The winner will get $75,000 filly La Prevoyante is favored in the $124,150 Queen's Plate at Woodbine in Toronto. A bulky field of 17, including 15 colts, has been entered for the 114th running of North America's oldest continuous stakes race. Distance for the event is 1V4 miles. The $86,100 Cinema Handicap at Hollywood Park, the last major stepping stone for the $150,000 Hollywood Derby July 15, finds Groshawk carrying top weight of 126 pounds, with Bill Shoemaker aboard. Others in the 12-horse field for the 1 1-8-mile test are London Compay, Carry the Banner, Out of the East and Expression. L i n d a 's Chief, with top weight of 126 pounds, is favored to take the 66th running of the $56,000 Saranac Stakes for three-year-olds at Aqueduct after passingup a chance to run against Secretariat in Chicago. Other entries for the mile test include Pilot Star, Stop the Music, Champagne Charley and Step Nicely. The $50,000 Matron Handicap at Arlington has attracted a field of 13, including the Dematteo entry of She's A Dazzler, 108 pounds, and Lucrative Lady, 112. Royal Pussycat is slated to tote top weight of 118 pounds over the ] Vs mile turf course. Other starters include Tico's Donna and Fairway Flyer. weight of 121 pounds for the $45,050 Molly Pitcher Handicap at Monmouth. Main challengers in the field of 11 are Light Hearted, 120, Wanda, 118, and Inca Queen, 117. The Dragoon Stakes at Liberty Bell, with 20 starters, has been split into two divisions, each having a gross value of 20,000-added. Who Duzzit, regarded as the standout in the field, goes hi the second divi- 'sion. The $10,000 Manchester Handicap at Rockingham, a mile and 70 yard test for three-year-olds and up, shows ' List with top weight of 127 pounds. List and Shelby Clark, 118, constitute an entry by J.R. Arata and Mrs. Joe W. Browri. Others in the field include Westgate. Lanes and Risky Alibhai. Sunday the three-year-old fillies take over at Hollywood Park in the $30,000-added Honeymoon Stakes. Jungle Princess is expected to be the favorite for the 1 1-16 miles. The day's other features include the $25,000 Brandywine Handicap at Delaware and the $15,000 Mayflower at Suf. folk Downs. F o 11 o w i n g an afternoon meeting With the New York Yankee outfielder, Kuhn announced the fine in the following statement: "I met this afternoon with Bobby Murcer regarding his recent statements about President Cronin and myself. He apologized for his remarks, In light of the apology, I have limited! the fine to $250." But Murcer, asked prior to the Yankees' game against the Indians- and Perry-Friday night whether he had .apologized, replied, "We had just lost a close game which I felt we should have won. I told him a lot of things are said in the locker room after'you've lost a close game." He then repeated his charge that Perry uses a foreign substance on the ball, and that the American League umpires are doing nothing to stop him. "Yes, Perry throws grease- balls," Murcer declared. "It doesn't look like a forkball or a fastball, it's got to be a greaseball. The pitch comes in real fast and it just drops. "I have felt substance on the ball I don't think'the umpires want to feel the substance on the ball." Then he explained, "Most of the time'when the umpires look at the ball, they're looking for scuff marks or dirt on the ball. They're just not looking for a clear substance." Asked about him meeting with Kuhn, Murcer said, "We had a discussion about the comment I made to the papers in Cleveland. I wasn't told not tft discuss the matter. He just said I ought to be a little more discrete }n my comments. "No, I don't think I de- ser.ved the fine, but I can't deny the fact that I made the statement." Do many pitchers throw spitters or greaseballs? "Yes, Perry's not alone in throwing it," Murcer said. "S i n c e he's been in the league, there's been an u> creasing number of pitchers in the league trying V? thjnw it. '^ .."It looks liko :;'s been legalized They don't allow us to use "> illegal bat, I don't think !(.'& right for a pitcher to use an illegal pitch. Anything illegal should be stopped. "You got to be lucky to hit* that pitch. It's the most diffi^ cult pitch in the world to hit'.' If they legalize it, we'll all te hitting .250." Murcer made his charges after New York's 4-2 loss to Perry at Cleveland Monday night. Perry, the A m e r i c a.'.n League's Cy Young 'Award winner when he compiled a 24-16 record and a 1.92 earned run average, came to the Indians before the 1972 season from the San Francisc-o Giants. with $30,000 to $20,000'to third.. Secretariat will carry 126 pounds and the others .120 each. There will be win betting only, with My Gallant, Our Native and Blue Chip Dan coupled as an entry for wagering purposes. The minimum payoff in Illinois on a $2 bet is $2.10. Secretariat ran the fastest Derby and Belmont Stakes and the second-fastest Preakness and performed before record crowds at the Derby and Preakness and the second-biggest in Belmont Park history. The Arlington Park track record for IVa miles is 1:46 4-5, by Damascus under 126 pounds in 1967. The American record in 1:46 1-5, byFigone- ro under 124 pounds at Del Mar in 1969. The Arlington Park attendance mark is 50,639 set July 4, 1941. For the first time today the track's infield will be open to the public. In other races today, the second and Alma North has drawn high 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 seed Trey Waltke of St. Louis, seed Trey Waltke f St. Louis, Mo. CHICAGO. (AP) — CHICAGO(AP)Here is the field for the invitational race at Arlington Park tomorrow: 1. Our Native. (No boy) 7-2 2. Blue Chip Dan (Ahrens) 7-2 3. Mv Gallant (Perret) 7-2 i. Secretariat (Turcotte) 1-20 Entry— For bettinp purposes only. 'Our Native, My Gallant, Blue Chip Dan. Ov/ners— 1. Mrs. Elizabeth Prltchard. Dr. Ed Thomas, Bill Resseaeut; 2. Phil Tlenowltz; 3. Arthur Aoploton; 4. Meadow Stable. Trainers — l. Bill Reese; 2. George Getz; 3. Lou Goldflne; 4. Lucien Laurin. Distance — I'/s mile. Purse — $125,000; $7-5,000 to winner, S30.000 to second. $20,000 to third. Weights — Secretariat 126 pounds. Our Native, Blue Chip Dan, My Gallant 120 each. Post time — 3:18 p.m. Phoenix Time. Televisions-Channel 3. Hiking Boots Arizona's Widest Selection I i HIGH aoventuRE I "WILDERNESS OUTFITTERS" 392S E. Jndiw SchcoJ flotd (PhowiM) 555 033) Cofn«f o'Ltmonind Time* (Ttmpt) 9GB 271! 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