Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 138
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 138

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, June 18, 1970
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Tdt¥o 94 Tona Republic O Thurs., June 18, 1970 FAN FARE Perfect game fired in Legion A Jay Pommerening wasn't satisfied with a one-hitter the last time out so last night he hurled a no-hitter at Kerr Sporting Goods as Squaw Peak took a 6-0 win. And it just so happened that Poinmerening's jewel was a perfect game as he struck out 18 and was given credit on three assists — two bunts and a dribbler to the pitcher's mound. The win was the fourth consecutive shutout in Legion A action for Squaw Peak and Pommerening's second. In other Legion action Chris Harshey hurled a no hitter at Westwood as Chandler won 2-0. Harshey racked up 13 strikeouts. Losing pitcher Danny White gave up four hits. Reed Pew brought in both Chandler runs. Marston's was a 6-4 winner over Derr with John Neulieb picking up the win. Three doubles in the sixth inning provided five runs for the winners with Steve Hauser's three for three performance at the plate leading the attack. Chris-Town picked up its fifth win against one loss last night in downing Sanderson Ford, 6-4. Darrell Hudson was the winner and Frank Armenia the loser. Scottsdale Merchants edged Morris Athletics, 3-2, with Francis Rolan getting the win. Jeff Brown was charged with the loss. John Hlavac hit a two run homer to push Hansen over the eight run rule in the fifth to take an 11-2 win from Crown. AAaMan reduced With Leonards loss Trojan net hopes die SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Overcome by stomach cramps after more than 3% hours of grueling play against No. 1 seed Haroon Rahim, Southern California's Tom Leonard was retired from a key match in the NCAA tennis championships yesterday. Southern Cal's faint hopes of defending its 1969 title died with the defeat and left UCLA on the inside track of a four team race going into today's singles quarterfinals. Earlier, No. 3 seeded Eric Van Dillen "of Southern Cal was upset by Steve Faulk of Louisiana State, 6-4. 6-4. Leonard and Rahim, a tall Debbie advances into semifinals Pre - tournament favorite Debbie Wines advanced to semifinals of the annual Valley Hi Girls Golf Association tournament yesterday by defeating Claudia Elliott in their Arizona Country Club match. Other championship flight duels saw Leslie Jones win over Susie Reed, Chris Bingham down Becky Winslow and Toni Black defeat. Sandy Borg. Other results: Flight A — Lauren Sand def. Debbie Waetie; Janice Jones del. Natalie Mail; Kathy Reed def. Becky Maxwell; Cece Pilgrim def. Nancy Richards. Flight B — Pam Wilkinson def. Sarah Cady; Vickie Johnson def. Edith Marusiak. Pkistani playing for UCLA, had been locked in the third set of their fifth - round match for nearly an hour when Leonard, trailing 11-10 and with the service, was unable to continue. He was taken to University of Utah Hospital by ambulance. Rahim had won the first set 7-5, then Leonard came back to win the marathon second set 11-9 after the UCLA star double faulted twice and lost service in the deciding game. That left Southern Cal with only its doubles team of Van Dillen and George Taylor remaining in the competition, while UCLA still had Rahim and fifth - seeded Jeff Borowiak in singles as well as both doubles teams. The third round of doubles play was held later yesterday afternoon. Herbuveaux Jr. succeeds father James J. Herbuveaux Jr. was named president and managing director of Arizona Downs yesterday at a board of directors meeting of the horse racing organization. He succeeds in the same capacities his father, James J. Herbuveaux, who died suddenly last week in a San Jose restaurant while dining with his family. The 37 - year - old Herbuveaux is serving as a racing official at Golden Gate Fields, San Francisco. 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