Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 142
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 142

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, June 30, 1973
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McSpadden seeks record 6th straight CITY I WMMM^MWfVWMn^M^MMUVtM *•*"% • •§ *V "•"* TIME OUTI I Drawing may hamper La Prevoyante if you know of a way to beat Lealand McSpadden and his Allied Concrete Racing, team, send your name, address and solution tonight to Buddy Taylor, (Uene Brown, Dennis Matousek, Jerry Me- Clung, DarreH Dockery and Wayne Basham in care of Manzanita Speedway, 3417 W. Broadway. The last five times McSpadden has made an appearance at Manzanita, he has entered victory circle. No driver in recent Arizona Racing Association history has won six straight Manzanita main events. But sandwiched among those five straight were two non-winning ARA appearances at Central Arizona Raceway and Ascot. You have to go back to Bill Cheesbourg's glbry days, in the mid-50s when he won a reported 10 straight to find a driver with a better fialf mile s u c c e s s' streakV McClung, however, won llstra.ight modified main events at Mah- zy during the winter of 1970 on the quarter mile oyal. But the driver who might upset the McSpadden applecart is one Bob Moore, who looked like he was shot out of a cannon in winning his heat race last week. Moore's Cobre Tire Chevy was ineffective in the main event and Pete Boshens and his crew found out why this v week. In tearing the car down, cracked rings were discovered. Moore's luck is due to change. Dockery and McClung in the two McNeely Mickey Mouse cars could be something to watch. They should form 'a very potent 1-2 combination. With McSpadden taking over the ARA point lead for the first time since the second week of the season, Taylor will have enough incentive to win tonight's 25-lapper as a "tuneiip" for next Wednesday's July 4th 50-lap spectacular. Basham should get the sportsmanship award of the year for lending Taylor his car last week after the Ruggles "Twister II" lost a coupler prior to the first heat Sports Menu _, TODAY PRO FOOTBALL—Blazers vs. Los Angeles, Fairgrounds Coliseum, 7:30 "'PRO BASEBALL-Glants at Albu- q DOG. 'RACING—Black Canyon Greyhound Park, 8 p.m. AUTO RACING—Manzanita Speedway, ARA, 25 lapper, 7:30 p.m.; Central Arizona Raceway, AMODC midgets, motorcycles, sandbuggies, 7:30 P.m. HORSE RACING-Prescott Downs, 1:30 P.m. race. If the twister is back in gear for Taylor, Basham should be among the leaders in his Rick's Hitchworks Chevy. Matousek is still knocking on that victory door and hopes the brakes on his Bob Poster Chevy hold up this week. Much might depend on how many care show up tonight. The more available cars, the tougher it is for the frontrun- ners to qualify for the .main event under the new Manzanita format. "§uf b«k ftart now'd I how I'd go <t fir «i the qu«ft«r.f!ri»ls of »h* T«nth Street Tennit Club?" Holding edges Akii-Bua in intermediate hurdles Associated Press VASTERAS, Sweden — Amateur, Athletic Union champion Jim Holding of Oklahoma City, Okla. came from the outer lane to win the intermediate hurdles in 50 seconds , flat during an international track meet Friday. Holding finished ahead of John A k i i -6 u a, Uganda's world record holder, while the winner's teammate Bob Steele was third. Three other A m* e r i c a n s '.we're victorious in the meet. Dwight Stones of Glendale, Calif, jumped 7-2% to win the high jtimp, while Steve Smith of Long/Beach, Calif, cleared 17-4 3 /4 to win the pole vault. Al Feurbach of San Jose, Calif, reached 67-8V2 in the shot- put. Filbeh Bayi Of Tanzania failed in his attempt to break Jim Ryun's, six-year record for 1,500 meters. Bayi, who missed the American record by 1.5 seconds in Helsinki Thursday, started out at a fast pace, but slowed considerably/ in the last lap to finish in 3:40.7.— far behind Ryun's 3:33:1 record. •••'•' AAU champion Len Hilton of Houston finished second in 3:44.2. 1973 Fury III A 1973 4-door Plymouth Fury III equipped with automatic transmission, power brakes and steering, factory air and much more. Only $86.31 a month + tax on a 36-month lease basis. 47th Avenue and West Glendale 254-4549 • •'^WV'MII «*• Leasing LOW-COST "98 '73 OLDS 98 HARDTOP SEDAN BIDDULPH'S LOW PRICE: Factory refrigeration, Rocket 455 V- 8, 4 bbl., power front disc brakes, variable power steering/Turbo-Hy- dramatic, electric windows, deluxe radio, whitewalls, body side mould- ing, accessory package, much more. LIASI FOR $124.04/MO. + TAX (36 MO. 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John L e B 1 a n c will be aboard the 2-1 favorite; in quest of the $80,697 first prize and the traditional 50 guineas from Queen Elizabeth II, who is touring Canada And is scheduled to attend the race. La Prevflyante will run from the No. 15 post position, while Victorian Prince, rated at 3-1, will go from the No. 1 spot in the race over 1 M6 miles. Impressive Lady, the other filly in the race with La Pre- voyante, and rated at 8-1, will be in No. 17 position. Impressive Lady finished second, I'/fe lengths ahead of La Prevoy- ante, in last week's Canadian Oaks for fillies. Other entries include the Jack Stafford entry of Royal Chocolate and Good Port; Sinister Purpose, Albert the Consort and Queens's Splen* dour. The two fillies will carry 121 pounds each and the colts and geldings 126 pounds apiece. Royal Chocolate and Queen's Splendour were winners in the two-division Plate Trial States last Sunday, car* rying the Plate weight of 126 pounds over 11-16 miles. 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