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' ALL EDITIONS 06 THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1987 W 1 philips Hops eraGries Arizona State seeking first division victory in Pac-10 match-up with UA Iff u. M lllilllB i if li I rfly MARK ARMIJO Tennis Penny Butler -JM Arizona Republic S If Larry Phillips captures the Cola7-Uo Western World . : Site-model championship on Saturday night at Manzanita Speed way, perhaps the race should be named after him. It would be difficult to argue the point, considering Phillips' history at the Western. He has won the last two races and is the ijMily three-time winner in the 11 "jfeare the race has been held, also winning in 1982. "V Phillips, 44, has failed to finish ki three other Western starts, ;teaving the impression that there Is nothing in between for him. That might not be far from the ;jruth. Phillips, who lives in 'Springfield, Mo., failed to finish in this share of the 80 races he Arizona State meets Arizona on Saturday in their last Pac-10 Southern Division match of the season. Action is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. at Whiteman Tennis Center. Earlier this month, the Sun Devils (16-12, 0-8) fell, 5-4, to the Wildcats (8-14, 2-6) at Tucson. "We'd like to send our four seniors on to the business world with a win under our belts," said ASU coach Lou Belken. "At No. 1 and No. 2 singles, Doug Sachs and Ken Kuperstein struggled to win (against Arizona). Three to six (singles) played poorly. But we played well in doubles and had a chance to win it." Bill Wright, in his first year as UA coach, said he is new to the rivalry. "I think some matches you need to psych up the team," Wright said. "Some you have to psych down. This is one of those. You need to calm them down 60 they can play. "We were lucky (to win) last time. We're expecting a real battle Saturday." PRO-AM SCHEDULED Delayne Howell from California is the No. 1 seed in the second Easter Seals Pro-Am Classic, which begins today at Stouffer Cottonwoods Resort in Scottsdale. Thirty-two pros will compete for $1,000. Other seeds, in order, are Joe Ragland, Greg Hing, John Byron, Glen Holroyd, Tim Anderson, Mark Gustus and Dave Thies. Amateurs have donated $200 each to play in the event. Finals of the pro-am will be Sunday at 2 p.m. The finals of the pro singles will follow. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted for Easter Seals. DEMO DAY ON TAP - There will be a "Demo Day Tour '87" on Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Phoenix Tennis Center, 6330 N. 21st Ave. Distributors represented include Wilson, Dunlop, Head, Prince and Yamaha. Prizes, demonstrations and clinics will be offered. PHOENIX CHALLENGE - Scottsdale Racquet Club's No. 1 and No. 2 teams won the two divisional playoffs of the Sunrise Conference in the Phoenix ChallengeValley of the Sun over-50 men's doubles league. In the Sunset Conference, the divisional winners were teams from the Phoenix Tennis Center and Jordan Tennis and Racquet Center. The Arizona championship will be played May 3 with the nationals on May 17. Both championships will be played at Phoenix. JUNIORS TO FLORIDA Frank Salazar of Tucson, the nation's top player in the 14-and-under division last year, heads a group of seven Arizona juniors competing in the Omega Easter Bowl at the Doral Hotel and Country Club at Miami, Fla. Others in the tournament are Allison Grace of Paradise Valley, Chad Jones of Peoria, and Banni Redhair, Court Gettel, Sudhakar Kosaraju and Dana Zanville, all of Tucson. CANYON WOMEN No. 5 - The Grand Canyon College women's team was ranked fifth in the country by the NAIA in March. Lynda Whitman was ranked No. 5 in singles. Other Antelopes ranked were Ana Duque (No. 20) and Kris McClain (No. 39). The Western World Bomber championship will be held in conjunction with the late-model program. Phillips heads a strong contingent of out-of-state drivers who have entered the race, which will award a first-place check of $3,500. Other drivers coming in include Lance Neumann of Lafayette, Colo.; Fred Lundock of Gillette, Wyo.; Bill Girton of Scottsbluff, Neb.; and Roger Saat-hoff of Bruce, S.D. Arizona favorites include Gibson, Carl Trimmer, Jack Ickes, Dan Smith and Jim Clifton. Trimmer was second in last year's race and Ickes was runner-up in 1984. Trimmer, who lives in Tucson, is a three-time state driving champion and won the first two late-model races at Manzy this season. Gibson has been working until the early hours of the morning since Sunday, building two motors for the race. He will drive one of the 1987 Camaros he has entered, and Dean Vance will drive the other car. "To be competitive with (Phillips), you've got to start up front, close to him," Gibson said. "The race I finished second to him, I started in the seventh row and was running second by the 10th lap. I just couldn't get by him after that. "When you beat this guy, though in a race that he finishes you know you've done something. But like I said, you got to be smart." entered last season. Phillips, how ever, won 47, a .587 percentage. . "The man can flat-out drive." v aid Valley driver Michael Gibson, twho finished second to Phillips in $985. "He can drive any car up to Larry Phillips Only three-time Western winner LATE-MODEL ENTRANTS Lorry Aufdengarten, Spring Valley, Calif.; Bill Girton, Scottsbluff, Neb.; Tom Lucas, Mesa; Jock Kokot, Tucson; Bill Cheesbourg, Tucson; Dave laGuardia, Arvoda, Colo.; lonce Neumann, Lafayette, Colo.; Roger lundy. Phoenix; Jim Clifton, Denver; Michael Gibson, Phoenix. Tracy Tolby, Glendale; Jock Moore, Tucson; Allan Bar), Denver; Phil Hertel, Phoenix; Bill Smith, Tempe; Dan Smith, Phoenix; Richard Fogg, Chandler; John Witthar, Denver; David Karst, Casper, Wyo.; Jimmy Webster, Phoenix. Manny Ortega, Albuquerque, N.M.; Jim Doffing, Scottsdale; Fred Lundock, Gillette, Wyo.; Wayne Noyes, Phoenix; Jim Hokanson, Tolleson; Bill Brandon, Tucson; Ed Bell, Phoenix; les Stadel, Rapid City, S.D.; Paul Banghart, Tucson; Reggie Brown, Westminster, Colo. Larry Phillips, Springfield, Mo.; Dick Johanneck, Litchfield, Minn.; Steve Peters, Peoria; Roger Saathoff, Bruce, S.D.; Carl Muldner Jr., Glendale; Jim Allen, Mills, Wyo.; Steve McGuire, Mesa; Jack Ickes, Tempe; Herb laing, Tucson; Dwayne Laing, Tucson; Jim Throckmorton Jr., Tucson. v the front. He can be beat, but it )-yWre going to be the one to beat 'him, you better be as smart as ne "is- He's probably got more knowledge inside him than the rest of us ever learn in a lifetime." The championship will be preceded by two days of qualifying main events, starting tonight at 7:30. Ten drivers will earn berths in the 40-lap stock-car main event tonicht and another 10 will qual I' ' ' ' ', J,.' iwninMiitMi ..i-.-Mftfliiii -11' ify on Friday. Four more spots will be available from baturdays preliminary races. (NAME BRAND) Steinberg to be released in next few days hittintr. He is 8-0 with a 1.14 ERA State update The Arizona Republic Jockey Pat Steinberg, who underwent surgery to remove an aneurysm from his brain on Saturday, could be released in the next few days, according to an official at Good Samaritan Hospital. ; Dr. Paul LaPrade, the neurosurgeon who performed the seven-hour operation, said the results have gone well. ; Steinberg has broken the record for most victories in a season each of the last two years at Turf Paradise, riding to more than $4 and has struck out 80 batters in 55 innings. He is hitting .611 (33 for 54) with four homers and 23 RBI. Richardson also considered Brigham Young. B RUGBY ON TAP The United States Eagles, the All-America rugby team that will participate in the first World Cup next month, will play Sunday at 2 p.m. in Esteban Park, 32nd St. and Roeser. Included on the squad are two former Arizona State players, Ray Nelson and Joe Clarkson. million in winnings. 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