Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 142
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 142

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Tw kritona Republic Thntt., June 18, 1970 Pruitt stops in 5 itoNOLULU (AP) - Adolph Prtiitt of Los Angeles scored a fifth-round technical knockout last night over Charlie Shipes of pakland. Referee Walter Cho stopped thff scheduled 10-rounder at 2: (6 in the fifth round mom- enft after Pruitt exploded with a series of rights and lefts to the head which sent Shipes to the, canvas. Shipes, after a nine-count, tried to continue the fight, but Pr&itt pressed the attack on th«f wobbling former world wetter-weight champion until Ch6 stepped in. &ipes, at 14? pounds, was no match for Pruitt, at 142%, who opened the bout sending Shhpes to the floor in the first mind with a hard right to the jaw. Spiva 2-hits Mesa Jaydettes parlene Spiva allowed only two hits in hei; llth win of the season as the Phoenix Westerners beat the Mesa Jay- dettes, 6-1, in last night's Cop- perstate League play. Joan Halter homered in the second with one on and Linda White drove in two runs to lead the eight hit attack by the Westerners. Tonight's game will be against Phoenix Blues and the Phoenix Sandettes at 7:30 p.m. at Crocett Field. Padres win Triple S, Miller win two games "Did you through with plan to hold Grand Prix Shadows?" fellows go your crazy i Golf Cart Mountain at 4 compete SALT LAKE CITY (AP)Salt Lake scflfed four times ill the aixth inning last night to win the second game of a Pacific Coast League doubleheader over Tacoma, 6-2. The Padres tton the first game 2-1, scoring the winning run on a wild pitch. For Padre hurler Darcy Fast, the victory broke a long dry spell. It was his first victory this season after eight straight losses. Jim Williams was hit by a pitch to open the sixth and he promptly got even by stealing second and third. Fred Kendall singled him home with the eventual winning run. Walt Hriniak later hit a two-run triple and scored himself on a sacrifice fly. Don Wilkinson's two - run homer provided Tacoma's only offense. In the opener, Morales came home on a wild pitch with the winning run in the sixth inning. . First Game Triple S scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth to Score a 5-4 victory over Lightning last night, while Miller Offset handed Gold Cross Ambulance a 2-1 defeat in Metro Softball action. Glen Lamdin pitched a two- hitter and struck out 10 Lightning hitters, but it was Buddy Othon who drove in the tying and winning run to give Triple S its fifth win of the season. NA1A teams KANSAS CITY (AP) Two NAIA basketball teams willl make six-week tours of West and Central Africa this summer the NAIA announced yesterday. The teams are from Cen« tral State University of Wilberforce, Ohio, and Guilford College of Greensboro, N.C. 019 0 — 1 4 1 002 x — 2 3 1 Lerrt' and JSaul; Borunda. BaW- Rakestraiv inks with Falcons ATLANTA (AP) - Larry Rakestraw, former Chicago Bears quarterback, has signed a contract with the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League and will report to the club's training ca"mp in July. the Falcons signed Rakestraw, a former University of Georgia star, as a free agent last season but a technicality voided it and Rakestraw played minor league football. Rakestraw spent five years 1 with the Bears, but.saw little,> action. -••'• - ' * Four members of Arizona State University's golf team, heading for the NCAA championship next week, compete In this week's Southwestern Amateur at El Paso, Tex. Teeing it up in the event will be Howard Twitty, John Jackson Jr., Paul Purtzer and Don Powers. Twitty, recent winner of the prestigious Sunnehanna Amateur, was runnerup in the Southwestern several years ago when it was held at Phoenix Country Club. Joining this foursome for the 1970 NCAA competition at Columbus, Ohio, June 24-27 will be Dave Gurley, who •'along with Twitty is a new member of ASU's NCAA team this year. Purtzer, Jackson and Powers all played for A-State in the 1969 renewal when coach Bill Mann's team tied for third place at The Broadmoor , course, Colorado Springs, 000 002 0 — 2 « 1 100 104 x-« 11 0 Church, Cosman (5 and Dudek. Fast, Balttschun (7) and Drake. W- Fast (1-8). L—Cosman (2-3). i tf R -I 8 S lfmi ' Wilkinson (6); Salt Lake, Robinson (S). Tucson, 8-5 TUCSON (AP)-Rich McKinney drove in two runs with a home run in the fourth inning, snapping a 5-5 tie and sending Tucson on to an 8-5 victory over Portland in Pacific Coast League action last night 041 000 000 — J f~J~ 200 100 OlX — ( 10 0 Hollywood Park results Clear. Track aFst. FIRST — 4,000, mdn, 3&4YO, if. Guest House OH'rs) 34.60 16.40 11.00 Fiduciary (Shoemaker) 8.00 5,20 Boomerana (Hall) 7.00 Time 1:11. SECOND — 6,000. el, 3YO, lA ml. Pass The Pie (L'bert) 15.20 6.60 4.40 Walklki Boy (Harris) 5.60 3.80 In Demand (Pineda) 3,60 Time: 1:45 1-5. Dally Double 3-5 paid S253.40 THIRD — 5,000, mdn JYO, S'/jf. Lucky Traveler (P^'cv) 4.20 2.60 2.40 Pilots On Time (IValenz'la) 3.20 2.60 Merresome Matte (Campas) 3.20 FOURTH — 5,000, cl, 4YO up, 7f. Tlqer John (Welatn) 10.60 5.80 .4. Jade Princess (Tlerney) Stylish Spot (Velasquez) 13.80 4.60 9.40 12.20 Time 1:23 1-5. FIFTH — 7,500, Cl, 3YO, 6f. Win For Me Only (Telelral Royal Violet (DVellasque's) 58.40 2o!so Gladela (Rosales) 4.80 T (me 1:11. _ SIXTH — 7,000, .cl, 4YO UP, 1 ml. Curron (Lambert) 9.20 3.80 3.00' Storm Boy (Pincav) 2,80 2.80 Top Eagle (Wellington) $M Portland Tucson Twltchel, Harrison (6) and Bobb; iranjlop and Brlnkman. W—Brandon 7-4IT L—Twlrchell (5-5). HR-Tucson, McKlnney (6). in—»,ioO, el, 4YO up, 1V4 ml (DPierce) 6.40 3.00 2.60 ShorTpate (Telelra) 2 ' 80 |;jj} _ EUjftTtt - 12,000. ale, 3YO Uo, 6f. 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