Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 140
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 140

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, June 18, 1970
Page 140
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f *j la* I Phoenix, HJOTS., Jane 18,1970 FARE by Walt Ditzen Major boxes TUESDAY'S GAMES PITTSBURGH LOS ANGELES sb r h bf ab r h bl MAlOU cf 4 0 0 0 Wills SS 4000 Hebner 3b 4020 Mota cf 4 0 0 0 AOIiver rf 4000 WParker Ib 4000 Starpell If 3000 Koscp rf 4000 BRobrtsn Ib 3 0 1 0 Sudakis If 3010 Jeter pr 0000 Joshua cf 0000 Marroski 2b 4010 Grbkwlti 3b 3 1 ' ' JMay c 4000 Lefebvre 2b 2 0 Patek ss 2000 Torborq e 3 0 L Veale p 2000 Sutton P 301 Pagan ph 1000 Walker p 0000 Admission reduced p ip T a T ire Goodyears' ace Total 31 0 4 0 Total 30 1 4 1 Pittsburgh Los Angeles .000 000 000—0 000 100 OOx— 1 With Leonards loss E-Patek, Mazeroski. LOB-Plttsburgh 7, Los Angeles 8. 2B—Mazeroski. 38— Hebner. HR—JGrabrkewltz (4). SB— B.Robertson, Sudakis. IP H R ER BB SO Veale (L.5-7) 7 4 1 1 3 5 Walker 1 0 0 0 0 1 Sutton (W.8-5) 9 4 0 0 2 9 HBP—by Sutton (Stargell). T—1:09. A— 20,0«». Second Seals Trojannethopesdie offer made Admission tickets on a reduced cost basis are available for the first time for next season's Turf Paradise and Arizona Downs horse racing campaigns. Ken Baker, director of special events at Turf Paradise, announced yesterday the reduced rates would apply to Turf Club, clubhouse and general admission tickets. For instance, clubhouse tickets on an advance sale basis may be bought in books of 25 that cost the purchaser $18.75. During the racing sea- CHICAGO ab r h bl Pooovich 2b 4000 Calllson rf Williams If HicKman Ib Santo 3b Hlatt c CJames cf Hall ph Metzaer ss WSmith ph Gagllano 2b Hands p Banks ph Regan p Total 4 0 1 C' 4110 3000 3112 3000 2000 1000 2000 1000 0000 2000 1000 0000 30 2 3 2 Total SAN FRANCISCO ab r h bl Bonds rf 4010 Gallagher 3b 3 0 1 0 Mays cf 4000 McCovey Ib Hendersn If Dletz c Fuentes 2b Lanier ss Perry p 1100 4100 3113 3010 2010 2000 Chicago . . San Francisco .000 000 20 0— J 090 ooo oex$~ ) E — Metzqer, Hands. DP - Chicago 2. LOB — Chlcaqo 1, San Francisco 6 2B— Gallagher, B.WjJIIams. HR - Dletz (13), Santo (0). S—Perry.' Hands (L,8-i) '? Regan 1 Perry (W.9-&) 9 T-3:00. A—1,220. H R ERBBSO 53265 ST. LOUIS Brock If a Cardenal cf RchAllen Ib Torre 3b Hague rf Simmons c Javier 2b Kennedy ss CTaylor ph Maxvlll ss Carlton p Abernthy p Bauchmp ph Hrabosky p 4000 4020 4000 4010 3000 3010 2000 1000 0000 2010 0000 1010 0000 30?8 0000 0100 SAN DIEGO ab r h bl Campbell 2b 3 1 Slocum 3b - " Ferrara pr Arc la 3b Gaston cf Colbert Ib OBrown rf Murrell If Cannlzzro e Dean ss Corklns p D Roberts P Total 31 0 6 0 Total St. Louis 000 000 000—0 San Diego ooo o o o 4 o x — « . E—Arcla. DP—St. Louis 1, San Dleso 3. LOB—St. Louis 5, San Diego 6. 2B— Cannizzaro, Gaston. HR—Murrell (8). S— D. Roberts. IP H R ER BB SO Carlton (L.3-8) .... 62-3 9 4 4 a ft Abernathy 1-3 0 Hrabosky l i Corkins l D.Roberts (W.5-3) 8 T-2:01. A— 7,012. 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 2« 3 s 3 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 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 Borow- iak in singles as well as both doubles teams. The third round of doubles play was held later yesterday afternoon. Faulk's victory over Van Dillen was surprisingly easy. Van Dillen, a freshman who himself had engaged in a three - hour match Tuesday, appeared tired. Borowiak defeated F. D. Robbins, Utah, 9-7, 6-8, 6-4. Trinity, Rice and Miami — the latter with No. 2 seed Pat Cramer — were left to challenge UCLA in the final three days. Cramer eliminated Tom Mozer, Tennessee, in the fifth round 6-8, 6-0, 6-3, but his teammate, sixth seeded Luis Garcia, was knocked out by Trinity's Dick Stockton, the No. 11 seed. MONTREAL (AP) - Two bids for the financially troubled Oakland Seals of the National Hockey League will be heard by the league governors at a special meeting in New York Monday, June 29. Clarence Campbell, NHL president, said the league now is in a position to choose a partner for the successful operation of the franchise. Previous reports had indicated the meeting would be held in Montreal June 26-27. Jerry Seltzer, the Roller Derby king, and two unnamed partners have offered $4.5 million for the Seals, while Charles 0. Finely owner of baseball's Oakland Athletics has offered $4.1 million. Toros triumph TUCSON (AP) - Bob Christian slammed a double in the eighth inning to drive home Bob Young, breaking a 4-4 deadlock and sending Tucson on to a 7-4 victory over Portland in Pacific Coast League action Tuesday night. 3010 3110 0000 2000 304104 000 00000 60000 SPORT GIFTS for FATHER'S DAY SPORTING GOODS I CHRIS-TOWN • 274-2645 THOMAS MALL • 959-6300 YOU CAN LEASE ANEW GMC PICKUP For less than $2.00 per day Make us prove it Call Ken Landis GENERAL GMC 2600 W. 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