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Santa Ana Register (Newspaper) - July 30, 1973, Santa Ana, California Razorbacks score Early to rout Mustangs 27-4 the Orange county razor backs scored two Quick touchdowns Midway in the first half and were never headed As they ripped the los Angeles Mustangs 27-4, at the Santa Ana bowl saturday night in southwestern football league action. A1 King broke Loose for a six Yard touchdown run with 48 seconds left in the first Quarter. Four plays later thanks to a Fumble recovery by Mike Gregg the Razorbacks were again on the scoreboard this time with a 21-Yard pass from Hal Cheal Ander to Gene Williams. King s touchdown capped an 83-Yard drive which was Highlighter by a 50-Yard bomb from Chealander to Bob Storey on a third and-25 situation. The Mustangs scored a 37-Yard Field goal All Fig Over 35 Yards in the league Are four pointers after the clock had i Knucklehead see expired to conclude the first half. Tom Wimbish the leading ground gainer for the razor backs in the contest pushed Over from the five Early in the fourth Quarter and Ron Butler hit his third straight conversion to Widen the Lead to 21-4. A 44-Yard pass from Chealander to Storey helped set up the final razorback touchdown with Pat Ward scoring from the four. Chealander hit on Only 11 of 31 tries but covered 200 Yards in the air for the winners to up the Razorbacks record to 2-3. Story caught five passes for 132 Yards. The Mustangs picked up Only 25 Yards Oji the ground and 151 112 in the final Quarter in the air. The Razorbacks travel to Las vegas next sunday for an 8 30 . Contest against the Kasi nos which upset san Antonio 39-27, on saturday. The casinos lost former nil quarterback Karl Sweetan who suffered a shoulder separation on the opening play of the game but behind the leadership of Mark Bordeaux they snapped the to ros 15-game win Streak. . Mustangs .0 4 0 0�?4 . Razorbacks 7 7 0 13�?27 oct Kinq 6 run Butler kick. Oct Williams 21 pass from Chealander. Butler. Law Pauley 37 oct womb Ash _ oct Ward 4 run att�?1200. Of four Pointer. 5 run. Butler kick. Kit a kick blocked. Lionette shutout string now 88 a buy your Giri a Bikini and watch her beam with Delight. A help keep the City clean eat a Pigeon every Day. A Wahine what you Pahut in a Bahun with Mahu Stard. 0 do your thinking Over a Beer two Heads Are better than one. A mar i Kari japanese tor quot May i Cut in quot you won t have any trouble cutting in on one of our tender Juicy Eastern Choice top sirloin steaks. Come and join the fun at the office 1705 n. Main Santa Ana 543-4437 the Orange Lionette blanked Fresno 1-0, in 14 innings to record their 11th straight shutout sunday night at Hart Park. Pat Whitman limited the visiting rockets to seven hits As the Lionette ran their string of zeroes to innings. Nancy Wel born started the second game for the Lionette. Shirley Topley banged her East Anaheim captures state Ruth tourney Temple City East Anaheim recovered in the second game of a doubleheader to Stop Arroyo 5-1, and win the South Era California state babe Ruth title for 14 and 15 year Olds sunday night. East Anaheim which pushed Arroyo in the losers bracket earlier in the tournament with a 3-0 win lost their first game sunday 7-3 As Arroyo scored six runs in the final inning. Larry Olson banged a Home run and Gary Bower picked up the win for East Anaheim. The locals will Advance to the regional tournament at Murray Utah just South of Salt Lake City on saturday. Third hit of the contest to score Carol spanks to break the deadlock. The Lionette conclude their Home season wednesday when they Host the Fullerton royals in a league doubleheader at Hart Park beginning at 7 30 . Fullerton was the last team to score against the Lionette winning an eight inning 3-2 contest. First game Fresno .000 000 000 000 00�?0 7 Orange too 000 000 000 01�?1 7 Helms and Gavello Whitman and hosts the Register monday july 30, 1975 b5 new Anaheim records 12th straight win Northwest Anaheim rolled by Coronado 11-2 and 3-0, to sweep their Best of three series sunday for the sub divisional title in the senior division of the Little league at Rovista Park. It was the 12th straight win for the Northwest Anaheim squad in three double elimination tournaments in which the team has Given up Only 10 runs first game Coronado 000 002 0�?2 3 1 new Anaheim 550 010 ill 11 2 working and Dill Hoffman and Gordon. Second game r h e new Anaheim. Too 210 0�?3 ? Coronado 000 002 0�?2 3 Halpon and Gordon Clare and re Seton. What s left after phase-4? Ltd Rig Aichs to help fight inflation design your own Coupon Good for one Dollar off any Large pizza of your Choice limit one Coupon per order Good at following locations m u a people please pizza fun for everyone valid thru August 30, 1973 Garden Grove Buena Park 12447 Valley View ave. 714-894-5506 Fullerton 3312 Yorba Lind blvd. 714-524-6320 7922 Valley View ave. 714-522-2821 la Habra 1279 e. Habra blvd. 213-694-1844 by Art Parra Spring Valley Lake country club will Host the fifth Western tournament Golf Assn. Tour event of the summer tuesday and wednesday according to Host pea professional Marshall Holt. Spring Valley located East of inter state Highway 15 on Bear Valley Road near Victorville will find 80 Young Golf hopefuls after part of the $25,000 purse with $4000 going to the Winner. The first group will leave tees one and ten at 8 o clock allowing most to finish before winds begin to develop in the afternoon. Slender Dave Newquist now living in Newport Beach jumped his summer total winnings to a healthy $9,236.50 in four tournaments and will be a prime favorite to be the first double Winner of the summer session. Newquist is one of the players coming from other parts of the country to participate in the Otga tournaments. His Home is Kansas City to. Former Orange county prep Star Gary Mccord rates the runner up berth at $7,125.00 and could be another multiple Winner. The Riverside Ace won three tournaments in the Spring 21-week slate. Big Bob Risch of Yorba Linda added to his Community Economy when he picked up the first place Check of $4000. Last week at Western Hills county club carving a new 36-Hole record of 132. Risch jumped from tenth place in total Money to third a $6,125.00. Alan Tapie Newport Beach forged ahead of Steve Veriato Hilo Hawaii to take fourth but has t won a tournament this summer. Tapie has won $5,690.50 while Variate won the first event and now has an even $5,000. Quot depending on the winds i will predict a score of 136 will win quot said Holt. Quot the boys will find the course in excellent shape but if the winds com6 up big the scores will soar with coming off the course after a practice round . Sanderson of los Angeles was t As generous As Holt. Sanderson said quot a player shooting a pair of 70 s will the leaders Otga top ten Dava Newquist Kansas City to. $9,236.50 Riverside 2. Garv Mccord. 3. Bob risen. Yorba Linda. 4. Alan Tapie. Newport Beach is Steve Veriato Hilo Hawaii i. Ken Ellsworth county big leagues play 7,125.00 �,125,no. .5,690.50 5,000.00 Redondo Beach. 3,993,75 7. Steve Taylor Sacramento .3,909.38 8. Jim ,losangeles______3,749.75 ?. Garv Vanier Oakland 3,406.00 10. Denny Meyers san Bernardino. $3100.00 juniors take Over court the juniors take Over the court today when action resumes in the 38th annual Santa Ana City Tennis tournament the first Stop in the Lucky 7 circuit. Juniors of All Ages 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18 will be on Center court after the men s and ladies singles highlighted the first two Days activities. The men s singles division has been sliced to eight with top seeds Ken Stuart and Horst Rit ter surviving scares sunday. High placed Bettyanne Hansen led a group of four ladies who advanced to the Quarter finals while Isidro d e 1 g a d o stunned no. 4 seed Larry Ross an sex tight end for the Cleveland Browns 6-4, 7-6 sunday in an upset in the Junior Veteran s Over 35 division. Mens singles round of 32 Ken Stuart d. Bill Dungan s-4, 3 6, 6-4 Manley Young d. Allen Yamashita 6-0, 6-3 Greg Jablonski d. Ron Flores 6-1, All four county entries get into action As the first round of the division 3 big league tournament continues at Santa Ana Valley High today. District 46, representing Anaheim Garden Grove Orange and Westminster meets dia East 6. Grove ponies Advance Riverside Eastside Garden Grove will try to stay unbeaten tonight when it faces also undefeated North Anaheim in a contest in the Riverside invitational Pony All Star tournament at Alvord Park. Garden Grove ran its record to 2-0 in the tourney with a nine run fifth inning saturday to overhaul Long Beach 11-9. Stu Stempniak had a pair of singles in the big inning which also included singles by Tony Laurenzi and. Mike Poe and doubles by Nick Mondragon and Dave Michelle. Mond bar at 5 30 . Today followed by a Battle Between two North county teams District 56 is District 60 at 8. The double elimination tournament continues through the weekend with the Winner advancing to the Western regional tournament at Boysen Park in Anaheim. The regional Champion plays in the world series at Ford Lauderdale Fla. In saturday s tournament opener san Diego scored 14 runs in the opening inning to Waltz to a 16-4 win Over Riverside. The big league is the 16-18 age group level of the Little league program and has been operate ing for Only two years in tha county. Bookcases m in Vanco sales 12605 Beach blvd. Garden Grove 894-0588 Haiir i sat. 10-5 30, Sun. 12-Sgreen River Golf club two full 18 Hole championship courses. Located in the Beautiful Santa Ana Canyon on the Riverside freeway 15 minutes East of Anaheim Telephone reservations 714 528-7289 Chris fires net Blanks Cleveland Heights Ohio up a top seeded Chris Evert crushed second seeded Linda Tuero 6-0, 6-0, sunday to win the $25,000 Marie o. Clark memorial Tennis tournament Only two games went As far As Deuce As miss Evert the world s fourth rated women s player swept past loth ranked miss Tuero of new Orleans. In winning the $5,000 first prize miss Evert from it. Lauderdale Fla., did not drop a single set during the seven Day meet sanctioned by the . Lawn Tennis association. Janice Metcalf of Claremont calif., 6-2 Gary Hippenstiel d. Jim Doal 6-2, 7-5 Dick Miller d. Oscar Meyer 4-2, 6-3 1 Essie a Gary Fel Nerp 6-3, 6-4 a Wight f re Ricks d. Don Plezz 6-0, 7-6 Gene mall d. Mike Woiemberghe 6-3, 6-3 Wayne Brian d. Michael Kehva 6-1, 6-0 Robert Wright d. Scott Geoghegan 6 4, 6-4 Mike Margolin Dbruce Campbell 6-4, 6-3 David Burello d. Joe Washington 6-1, 6-1 Roger suey d. Gualberto Escudero 6-3, 6-3 Mark Elliott d. Jpn Biorkman ,6-4, 7-5 Eric Baer d. Paul Rineman 6-1, 6-2 Vornle Kuhle d. Rav Benedictus 6-0, 6-3 Terry Ehlers d. John Kiley 6-4, 6-1 Dennis Oppeltz d. Ball Kulls 76, 6-3 Spencer Segura d. Earl Lund 6-3, 2-1 retired Ron Teeguarden d. Anthony Lieberman 6-3, 6 1 Lee Reid d. Steve Kronseder 6-1, 7-6 Ron Sandys d. David Shibley 6-3, 2-6, 7-5 Fernando Gentile d. Stu Mcdowell 6-1, 6-4 Craig Rogers d. Allen Call 6-2, 6-2 Mark Schmersal d. John Lerch 6-1, 6-2 Jeff Takeyama d. Bill Shankle 6-2, 6-1 Atillo Rosetti d. Harles Whitson 6-0, 6-0 John nor Auer d. Melvin Lewis 6-7, 6-3, 6 2 skip Redondo d. Charles Merrilees 6-1, 6-3 Lary Lawrence d. Mark Andrews 6-1, 2-6, 7-6 Horst Ritter d. Norman Ashbrook 6-4, round of 16 Stuart d. Young 6-3, 5-7, 6-1 Hippenstiel d. Jablonski 6-3, 6-4 Sanderin d. Mahler 6-4, 6-0 Frericks d. Sie 6-3, 6-7 6-2 Majin d. Brian 6-2, 2-6, 6-2 Wright d. Margolin 6-2, 6-3 Borrelli d. Suey 6-3, 6-2 Baer d. By Wiott 6-3, 6-1 Ehlers d. Kuhle 6-3, 6-3 Segura d. Oppitz 7-5, 6-4 Teeguarden d. Kid 6-2, 7-6 Gentile d. Sandys 7-6, 6-2 Rogers d. Schmersal 6-4, 6-4 Rosetti d. Takeyama 6-1, 6-1 Norgauer d. Redondo 6-2, 6 1 Ritter d. Lawrence 6-1, 6-1 round of 8 Stewart d. Happens lei 6-4, 6-4 Frericks d. Sanderin 4-6, 6-2, 6-1 Wright d. Malin 6-3, 6-3 Baer d. Borelli 6-2, 3-0 retired Seguare d. Ehlers 6-4, 6-1 Gentile d. Teeguarden 6-3, 6-3 Rosetti d. Rogers 6-3, 6-4,�?� Ritter d. Norgauer 7-5, 0-3. Ladies singles Quarter finals Jan Hasse d. Judy Ross 6 2, 6-1 Gail e Hott d. Robin Kahn 5-7, u 6-2 Lori Sherbeck d. Dodo Cheney 6-2, retired Betty Ann Hansen d. Kandy Blemker 4-2, 6-1. Ana. Central wins regional miss softball Anaheim Central tripped Anaheim 7-6, sunday to win the regional miss softball America Crown at Boysen Park and Advance to the state tournament in Northridge aug. 10-12 Central captured its fourth win without a loss coasting to a 7-3 Lead after six innings before Anaheim made it close. The 13-15 year girls won the major tournament title and action picks up this week in the 9-12 year group. ,. V. A. Get a better firmer safer ride replace those worn ourt shocks today Carrr a not sold and backed by Firestone Only each installation extra charge it precision front wheel alignment our skilled mechanics set Caster camber and toe in to manufacturer s specifications. Only most american cars air conditioning elt in on some cars. Parts extra if need now s the time. 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