Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 16, 1970 · Page 18
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.,..KtfUBLIU "'CITY" 82 The Arizona Republic SO Phoenix, Sat., May 16, 1970 Cougars take WAC net lead Colton three-hitter blanks Ems struck out Joe Lis. induced Beavers win in 12th Van Hill of New Mexico 6-3, 6-2 yesterday as BYU moved to a narrow-first-day lead in the Western Athletic Conference tennis championships. Knee surgery DENVER ..(AP) - Julius Keye, standout rookie for the Denver Rockets of the American Basketball Association, underwent surgery on his right knee Thursday in St.. Joseph Hospital here. Physicians said lateral cartilage was removed. PORTLAND (AP)-Gus Gill scored in the 12th inning with two out to edge Portland past Spokane, 6-5, last night in a game. SPOKANE PORTLAND 220 100 000 004-5 2 011 100 200 001-4 11 1 O'Brien, Scarpall (3), Armstrong (7), Staab (11) and Sllnson; Peters, Click (31. Sanders (8), and Felske. W Sanders (4-1). L-Staab (1-3). A 2,257. 0 raw boat raw P Jim Vopicka to bounce into a force at the plate after John Vukovich had been walked intentionally, and retired pinch-hitter Sterling Coward on an infield roller. EUGENE TACOMA 000 000 000-4 3 1 000 010 01 X 1 S 0 Laxton, Mfsserlv (7) and McGraw; Colton and Hairston. W-Collon (5-1). L-Uxton (1-2). A 2,981. Specially raw your Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY -Zdravko Mincek of Brigham Young University defeated defending singles champion Idaho grid MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) -Y.C. McNease, at 34 one of the youngest football coaches of a major state uni-verity, was fired yesterday by the University of Idaho after he failed to resign. The announcement came several hours after a meeting between school president Er nest W. Hartung, McNeese and other administrators. No successor was named immediately but s o u r c-e s said the naming of a new coach was probably imminent. Reported unrest by members of the varsity football team in addition to other complaints brought a recommendation from the Athletic Board of Control to Hartung earlier in the week. or Travel Trailer with o Equipped BIG 2 OIDSMOBIIE LASTT TWtfD Ws! At used cat prices! TACOMA, Wash. (AP) - Larry Colton spun a gaudy three-hitter last night in pitching the Tacoma Cubs to a 2-0 Pacific Coast League victory over the Eugene Emeralds. Colton had smooth sailing except in the seventh inning, when a leadoff single by Hank McGraw, a walk by Scott Reid and a wild pitch put runners on third and second with none away. The Tacoma righthander Pipers ink Howard PITTSBURGH (AP) - The Pittscurgh Pipers said they have signed 6-foot-5 guard Lavert Howard of Grambling college. DERRIDGE It's 0RTH0-GR0 greenup time! 1 0 SALE BUY ANY SIZE 0RTH0 LAWN & DICH0NDRA FOOD AND RECEIVE ANOTHER BAG FOR ONLYlc Now your lawn con greenup with ORTHO-GRO Lown Food. It comes in cleon, odorless pellets - easily applied with any spreader. ORTHO-GRO Lawn Food is a long lasting combination of nitrogen, phosphorus, potash plus iron and sulphur - fast acting too! DERMDGE NURSERIES 1651 E. CAMELBACK OPEN SUNDAYS YOUR MIND! 0RTHO-8R0 JmiXRBM LAWN fhn f FOOD KMw POWER TO CHANGE fin-' f Closed Sundays 1970 c " Many Models to Choose From ALL FEATURE HEAVY DUTY: A-State linksmen 15 back Special to The Republic .SALT LAKE CITY - Brig-ham Young's linksmen got off to a running start in the Western Athletic Conference championship and apparently will be hard to catch in today's final round of the 54-hole event. The Cougars totaled 567 yesterday for first 36 holes of play over the par-72 Hidden Valley Country Club course. That shooting earned them a 15-stroke lead over Arizona State, the defending champs, whose second place tally was 582. Firing his way into the individual lead was BYU's Chip Garriss, who went six shots ahead of the field with back to back 68s that put him eight under par at 136. Arizona stood in third place in team competition with 592. Following in order were Utah 593, New Mexico 598, Colorado State 617 and Wyoming 623. Don Powers put together steady rounds of 72 and 71 to lead A-State in scoring. His one under par 143 total was good for third place in individual shooting as BYU's Ray Leach took over runnerup spot with 68-74-142. ASU's Dave Gurley finished with 73-72145 and teammate Paul Purtzer was in a five-way tie at 146. Others at that figure were UofA's Cyril Shettleroe and Bob Judson, Rusty Guernsey of BYU and Utah's Lynn Summerhays, who faded from 68 to 78. Calalina and Tucson gain TUCSON (AP) - Tucson won a 5-4 error-laden decision from Palo Verde in the first game of the Class AAA Southern Division semifinals and Catalina got a strong pitching performance from Jeff Norris to whip Rincon, 7-3, yesterday. All of the scoring took place in the first three innings as Palo Verde committed six errors and gave up seven hits to the Badgers. Loser March Richardson, 9-4, was tagged for all five runs but only two were earned. Catalina, getting some brilliant fielding from third baseman Eric Christiansen, put together a five-run, four-hit second inning, batting around. Four of the three earned runs came off loser Paul Moskau, 7-3, and the fifth came from reliever, Dennis Young. TUCSON $, PALO VERDE 4 PALO VERDE TUCSON 004 000 0- 4 4 4 211 000 x S I 4 Richardson, Lscev 14) nd Kwart; Castro and Lopez. W Castro 17-2). Richardson (9-4). CATALINA 7, RINCON J RINCON CATALINA 002 010 0 1 4 2 150 100 x 7 S 2 , Moskau, Youno (2) and Allin, Smith 121; Morris and Olander. W-Norris (5-1). L Moskau (7-1). coach fired McNease had been at the Big Sky conference school for two years. He coached the Vandals to a 5-5 , season his first year, but last year the team scored only two victories in 10 games. Idaho's athletic director, Ed Knechl, said yesterday he concurred with the recommendation by the athletic board to seek the release of McNease. He said he hoped McNease would see fit to submit his resignation but when he refused, termination of the contract was the next step. Terms of the contract release were not made public, but it was acknoweldgcd by the university that a settlement would be worked out. McNease is $17,500 a year. being paid r glass, RAY KORTE RAMBLER Jeep CLOSED SUNDAY COOLING SUSPENSION FRAME WHEELS Plus... SUPER .UFT, REAR SHOCKS and AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION COOLER SEE THESE TODAY AT... 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