Tucson Daily Citizen 15 Aug 1959

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Tucson Daily Citizen 15 Aug 1959 - A D E L P H I A the 5 J /2 furlong race in 1:12...
A D E L P H I A the 5 J /2 furlong race in 1:12 1/5. summer. c l 4 0 0 0 ; 2 1 3 0 r l 4 0 1 0 3 h 4 1 2 0 1 0 s 3 0 1 1 k 1 0 0 0 OLD PUEBLO PIN BOY Cactus enmgs e n s . R 2 Bv RON SUPINSKI ! 5 j 000- 4 I n.iti ?r-14. | nnd | the sunken bar tap room, Mr. seventh of September." said Wes D-Day "(Done-Day) for the o p e n - ; Burger r e s t a u r a n t and kitchen, j Becker, C a c t u s Bowl general m a n - ing of 'the Cactus Bowl is s t i l l a ' pool and snooker room, pro shop, a u t o m a t i c l a u n d e r e t t e room, kiddy Temple. i n n a t i 1. Phil- b - and 7 4 4 s k i . Cr few weeks o f f . Originally scheduled to open its | room and offices. doors today, Tucson's newest 2 4 - . Right now, 25 ..CM,^.^... ; lane pin palace now has set Aug. ; alley specialists are working on 8 et mc 28 and Sept 7 as double D-Days. [ the "alleys. Twenty-five more con- I n 2 or Construction on the Cactus Bowl s truc(ion workers are yielding was delayed ncarlv two months h a m m e r s nnd paint brushes on the He mentioned that a f t e r the al- J -- ' · · '· · · . . . . - . . - , leys themselves are i n s t a l l e d , it ager. "In fact, we'll 'work day and night if we have to, in order to ready for the open- winter leagues on Sept. added. their fingers | * * + ! TUCSON BOWLING will sport a new look, league-wise, in a few , of the alleys this winter. ; liarl M i l l e r at Greenway is or- j g a n i / i n g a Wednesday night j Forgotten Men's Singles loop, i based on the Peterson Point sys- v i City runs by 5-2, to as for He bv the statewide construction in- j r e m a i n d e r of the buildin B . . r dustrv strike which bc^an June 3. I ·'Although we don't have com- ; "'ill take /-10 days to put m UK According to Bill Young, Cactus j plcte agreement on this among : Brunswick automata pmsettcrs. Bowl manager, everything except j the construction foremen, we fig- In the meantime. The league is open to bowlers h a v i n g an average of Ifi5-17G. Four games will he rolled per co-owners bowler. m a t c h e d n t r y Club c o u r s e l e t o t a l l e a d in the . I n d i a g a i n e d r a l i a in the or the D a v i s s w h e n Raman.l- t e d Hod Laver. l e Fraser of i t Lsll 10-S. e c o n d - s e e d e d s e m i - s i n o T o t i r n n m e n t 2 v i c t o r y over C a l i f . A n o t h e r Enoland's Tony n . Los A n g e l e s . s s a f t e r each had Airman Bnrry S . D,ivi5 r v i c e S i n n l e s t . King L a m b e r t 6 J S . N.V. -- Tom r 57.000 last a v o r e d Tick Tock e S2^.2CO A m e r i i i t h 1:22 IS for 7 k e r (S7.60) n n t o n Park's -- Pineapple y p a c e hnt race Tony ' s h c a r t l i n e r s e c o n d w i n n e r . t i z e n ow m a n a g e , , , (he alley surfaces should be f i n - ure the alleys should be all ready Hugh Downs and Becker, along | ings for IM ishcd bv AUK °S This includes I sometime between the first and ' with manager Young, are keeping ; new 32-man league. ' b ' All bowlers interested in join- ing the Forgotten M e n ' s Singles can register at the Greenway desk or telephone Miller. Copa Bowl alley m a n a g e r Summey announces t h a t he is starting" a new men's scratch doubles lenguc t h i s f a l l . It is to any p a i r of bowlers who a combined average- of 3. r 0-3(ifl. Eight teams are entered in t h r Hays All Star League at the Cactus Bowl. Purported to be the strongest league in town, toe All Stars have a composite team average of O.'iO. The IH-W loop consists of teams w i t h !)25-n:if averages. D a y t i m e h o u s e w i f complete with personalized ins t r u c t i o n , will roll three t week at the Cactus. At Kepler's. Jo;: Caccioppn h a s started a new 900 s c r a t c h for men which rolls at n p.m. Wednesday. Dale Wasson, Lucky S t r i k e m a n a g e r , unveils low-average ( H O - M O ) b a n ployes league on Wednesdays. In addition. \Vasson has scheduled a 750-SOO men's h a n d i c a p loop Mondays and an Open Mi.xed Le.ague for Fridays. * * * I'lN RATTLING: Fifteen-year- old Hazel Elliott a Sfi-l scries (18!)- ISiMSfl). .Ion Young a 5-lfi (22-!-]:V2- 17fl) and Dan Ronglicn a TIO (14121,1-18-1) in the Cojja J u n i o r . . . Bill Oamron exploded in the Greenway Major Trio with a 2-W. followed by Bill Young's 2-11 and Jim Mclaughlin's 60-i scries (231138-188-187) . . Hays Insuf leads the Major Trio with ,10-16 with Team No. S next with 32 l / r l. t ) l / 2 . . . Burnt Adobes MAm 2-5741 ACT QIJI.TI:! Though the sign outside the Cactus Bowl on S. Alvcrnon says "Open Aug. 15," there's slight chance of it being completed to meet today's deadline. A two-months delay was caused by the statewide c o n s t r u c t i o n i n d u s t r y strike. Hustling to get the new 24-lane bowling house in operation before winter leagues open Sept. 8 are 25 carpenters. Helping with the sanding m a c h i n e is Bill Young (left), m a n a g e r of t h e Cactus Bovvi. Other workers are shown in the b a c k g r o u n d . All of the 2-1 '.'rough" alleys were laid down by noontime today. Want Ad Takers Are On Duly dmly -4 8'fcj-m^ io.^ p.nt. " ' ' ' .*' .·"· :*"· i Sot. Sun.--^8'«.m. to 3 p.m. .Ph, MA. 2-5855 TUCIOO N«v»tplp*r« Inc.

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