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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6 1976 ~ Sports Capsules ----------T----________^__ Hawaii players eligible T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Sisters are sure bet at Rillito races PAGE 51 four players ineligible Wednesday after ree a from the National Collegiate Athletic AssociaUon citin h ' 0 1 3 " 0 1 1 ' " Squires rescued National Bank - ^e larg- By ALLISON HOCK Cltiun Sportswriler Vera J. Tyra is fond of saying that she hasn't missed a day at Rillito Race Track in 15 years. That, of course, is an exaggeration. "Why, I kept her home one day when she had the flu," said her sister Elizabeth Denniston. And what about when she had walking pneumonia? "Honey, she was so sick when she got into that car," Tomorrow's entries RILLITO RACE TRACK said Mrs. Denniston, admitting defeat. Then what about the year before last when her legs nearly gave out? She took the bus to Roger Road two hours early and navigated to the track with a walker and cane. "I like the dogs, and I only come out here sometimes. But that sister of mine? She's out here all the time," Mrs. Denniston related. The two Tucson sisters, both retired, both widows, were in 6. Scorolo Bars. (Johnson) 9. Valentine Chant, N.Wall 117 122 Surina still in lead CLEVELAND (AP) -- Despite winning only three games Matt Surina of Longview, Wash., clung to his lead after the first round of match play last night in the Professional Bowlers Association's $65,000 Cleveland Open tournament. Surina had a total pinfall for 26 games of 6,040 for a 35-pin lead over Tommy Hudson of Akron, Ohio at 6,005. Following them in the top five were Jim Stefanich of Joliet, 111., 5,966; Marshall Holman of Medford, Ore., 5,936, and Earl Anthony of Tacoma, Wash. 5,864. van 3. Miss Tickle Moon, Rutherford 4. Miss Airline. (Pollard) 5. Deans Girl. R. Game* «. Barleo Rocket, E. Avanl 7. Babe Parr, E. Teller 8. Bans Straw. J. West '·Fly Awav Raider, (Tellez) Id. Go Play Bull, R.PrulM AE : HanK's Bar Moon, T. Gard SECOND RACE (4) 2nd D.D. PURSE SSM VO t UP QH AWL. ISO Y A R D S g 117 5 119 117 m 117 ]7 1 9 SEVENTH RACE (XI) PURSE iSSO 4 YO 8, UP TB ALW 5V. FURLONGS l.Peoalena. IMedelres) ' m 2. Belle Scott, L. Gomez 112 3. Crutnpy's Joy. R. Avant 122 l. Klpoer's Boy, A. Oliver -in 5. Sanlees Flare, Jo Valen i» 6. Mr. Bonus, J. Wise 117 ;. Mosl Artist, R.Monlova -1W 8. Rooter Scooter, Tellez 122 AE: Rul N'Charlev, N. Wall 123 V Dav[na. E. Avant 2. Mr. Passum Torito, (Ortega) 3. Bio Bad Bird. L. Saundcrs rlord Restic offered job CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) - Joe Restic of Harvard said Thursday he has been offered the head coaching job of the Philadelphia Eagles "but there are a few more things I would want before I accept it. "if they give me what 1 asked for, then I've got a decision to make. If they don't, then it's all over, I'm staying at Harvard." Restic met with Eagles owner Leonard Tose and General Manager Jim Murray two weeks ago. He said a week later Oast Friday) "Ihey called me back and said the job was mine. They wanted me to come to Philadelphia to meet with them." 4. Accolade, J. wise 5. SDiffv Trouble, Rulherlo 4. Pawnbroker, R. Prultt 7. Ppco Dondl Bar, L. Floueroa 5. Black Bell, L. Gomez 9. Red Rulla, E. Tellez lp. Drop O'Horevmoon, Je Vain AE r Wee Rattles, R.Gamez Go Barlo Go), J. West Pas Paul Chic, E. Avanl Dancv Kelo, L.Gomez 116 122 116 118 113 118 ne 119 113 118 118 113 MB 118 PAWNBROKER RESTAURANT 1. Our star Sam, E. Avant 122 2. Filth Gear, Jo Valen. lie 3. Naflmesome, L. Gomez 113 4. Our Charlie Brown, A. Juarez 119 5. Klekarao, R. Prulll 122 6. Wllllewln, T. Dadswell 113 7. Medroso. E. Tellez na a. Brave Dave. N.Wall 122 NINTH RACE Ml 1st B.Q. PURSE $5504 1. Cubanito, Jo Valen 2. Palras, (Hadlleld) 3. By the Tree, (Bamlord) 4. Shlnrone Fiver, R.Montova, 5. Tony M Roval, Van Hogten 6. Smooth Bonnie. A. Juaref 7. Too Proohet, L. Gomez B. Sleelsina, (Dale) 9 Ma's Jet, Je Valen. . 10. Fort Valley, J. Wise \1\ 12 121 -116 121 16 u« 121 1. Roval winner, R. Gamez 1)8 2. Ow Nah, U Gomez i{| 3. Sad Dream, W. Gulhrie m t Baron Von Blabber. Shepard 118 5. Endorsing, R. Prultt nS «. flames Delight, N. Wall 113 7. Mr. Caton.R. Avanl 121 8. Bandara Azul, (Garner) lia AE: Nouveau (P), B. Rabbins II] Footcandle (P). R utherlord l la Mvrna's Grev Bov ( P ) . ( K i t z e r ) 113 Last Try, R. Prultt jj, TENTH RACE (10) Jnd B.Q. PURSE «"» ' YO UP TB CLM. 11SOO ONE their box seat, Mrs. Tyra pouring ice from a mayonnaise jar into a Coke bottle brought from home. Taking the bottle from a flowered plastic bag, Mrs. Tyra explained, "Honey, some days you get no service at all. Absolutely no service at all." But she likes Rillito manager Rulon Goodman, and the owners, the trainers, and the jockeys she knows. Of the evenls that are deeply etched in their conscious, two stand out: the time she had her picture snapped with a young Capt. Charles Lindbergh, and the quarter horses. But for the past 40 years, it has been the horses. She's not a heavy gambler. In fact, on Wednesdays at Rillito, she avoids betting because of the abundance of chancy maiden races. "1 do it for pleasure, because my best friends in the world are race horse owners," she says. Indeed, she says, it's hard to remember a time when she wasn't peering at the racing fonrii annotating the daily double combinations in red ink. She was a school teacher at Morenci in the pre-Depression year of 1927, instructing miners' children and coaching girls' basketball. later, running a motel and cafe in Deming, N.M., she and her husband used to take off to watch the horses run on the county fair circuit. "I never use a system -just go on blood lines and trainers and owners," she explains Mavs in Dallas tonight Special to the Cillzen DALLAS -- If Tucson Mavericks coach Bob Barlow holds to his rotation of starting goaltenders, Ray Martyniuk will be in the nets tonight against the first-place Dallas Black Hawks. After third-stringer goalie Bruce Aberhart came up with a victory in Oklahoma City on the first game of this six- game road trip. Barlow prom- ised that he'd go with a regular rotation. He then went with rookie Roger Swanson Wednesday night in a lo$s to Tulsa, so that means he should be using Martyniuk tonight. The Black Hawks are leading the C e n t r a l Hockey League with 61 points, three points ahead of Tulsa and 35 better than the last-place Tucson total of 26. At Ruidoso, N.M., she spends the summer "season these days in a cottage near the track, and when the track closes, she goes to the Albuquerque fair, then on 10 Rillito. On a rare sick day, or when too many thoroughbreds are racing, Mrs. Tyra will be at Rillito, picking winners and predicting odds. But she won't bet. Why bother to come then? "Why honey," she says with surprise. "I might miss something." 22nd win Special 10 the Clliun ALBUQUERQUE -- University of Arizona wrestler John Hanshaw goes after his 22nd consecutive victory here this weekend in the New Mexico Invitational. The defending Western Athletic Conference champion will wrestle in the 142-pound weight class when competition begins today. Ninth ranked Arizona State is favored in the two-day meet. Greyhounds Tucson Greyhound Park Tonight's Entries POST TIME 8 P.M. FIRST RACE 5/16 GRADE J . Dutch Tiny 6-1 . W's Ppr Doll 8-1 . Walter Joe 8-1 . JWHny Cone S-2 5. Mvs Cargo 12-1 «. KA Bio Ken 10-1 7. Cllp'm Cm 7-2 8. Pupule 5-2 SECOND RACE TUCSON CO. GRADE 2 l.OshkshGd 7-2 2. Tip Tpr 8-1 3. Hank's Boy 5-2 J. Krlsh Judy 'J-T 5. Sadie Shmrk M 6. Kasota 9-2 7. Scdv Spidr 10-1 B. Chips Flvn 12-1 THIRD RACE 5/16 GRADE 4 l . T B ' s S a l l 9.2 2. Sheedv Top 5-2 3. Dutch Ruby 7-2 t. Saoanette 12-1 S. Tmblng Rbn 8-1 fi. Tozy 7. 0 B Gly 8. Cold Tar 10-1 6-1 4-1 FOURTH RACE 5/16 GRADE 3 Arizona Bred Preferred 1. Nita Cres 7-2 2- Neon Sun 6-1 3. Ann Huff B-l 4. King's Our $-2 5. eidrcLiz 10-1 6. JLS Mr. Tax 9-2 7. HODlo 8-1 «. Once Agn 12-1 FIRTH RACE TUCSON C. GRADE 1 Pertecta Wagering 1. Madds Set 9-2 2. R a v s Spr Gv 8-1 3- Sen De Pita 8-1 4. Veda Faith 10-1 5. Hsndv Pck 5-2 6. 11 Works 7-2 7. Vlck PI in 8. Plsr Faith 6-1 SIXTH RACE 5/16 GRADE 3 1. Lenora 10-1 2. D's Cntrst 9-2 3. Mv Run Ekrl 6-1 4. AH Bubbles 8-1 5. Hvrv's Jkr 6-1 6. Fleet Ptna 5-2 7. SnlndCrckt 12-1 8. Mllo 7-2 EIGHTH RACE TUCSON C GRAPE 3 1. JW Aol Wngs7-2 2. Spr Fine 8-1 3. Klsatchie 10-1 J.NiteOrchd 5-2 5. RushaJkr 8-1 6. Shlrl C-rv 9-2 7. SS June 6-1 8. Anthr Cp 12-1 Last Night's Results FIRST R A C E -- 5/16 Mile. Grade? -- 5 OK. Melvin, 20.00. 5.20, 3.40. 2 Wego Fleet. 3.60. 180. 3 Cactus Gold, 3.40. Q 2-5 28.20. T. 31.49. SECOND RACE -- Tucson Course. Grade 2 -- 4 Jo Barn Dance. 32.00, 12 40. 9.40. 1 Tagger- Jack. 5.60, 4.00. 3 Rated Ruby, 3,80. o. l-l W4.20. Perl. 4-1 1774.EO. D.D. 5-4238.20. T. 40.2 1. THIRD RACE -- 5/16 Mile. Grade 3 -2 Night Visitor, 22.40, 8.20, 4.20. 1 Go Fire Eckert, 3.40, 2.60. 3 D.A.'s Cream. 3.20. 0. 1-2 18.60. Perf. 2-1 86.70. T. 31.69. FOURTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Grade 2 -- 3 Let's Go Terry. B.BO. 4.40, 2.80. 1 lla Mae, 5.20, 5.40. 7 Tango Brown, 3.20. o. 13 21.00. Perl. 3-1 92.10. T. 31.46, FIFTH RACE -- Tucson Course, Grade 1 -- 6 April B., 20.BO, 5.40, 4 00. 3 Miss Wade, 2.80, 2.40. 2 Wendy Faith, 4.60. Q. 3-6 20.00. Perl. 6-3 61.50. T, 40 Jl. StXTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Grade 3 -- 7 M«teka, 7.00, 4.20, 4.40. 2 Dulch Discretion, 3.40, 3.40. 5 Jennifer's Formula, B 20 Q. 2-721.60. Perf. 7-2 51.00. T. 3135. SEVENTH RACE --5/16 Mile. Grade 1 - « Dolly Whisk, 13.40. 7.40, IM. S Koney's Key, 4.20, 3.80. 1 Mystic. Day, 820 Q. 5426.00. Perf 6-59450. T. 31.30. EIGHTH RACE -- Tucson Course. Grade 3 -- I R.V.'s Grinner, 5.20, 240, 2.40. 8 W's Pepper Jane, 4.00, 2.40. 4 Flip Flap. 2.40. Q. 1-8 12.20. P6rf. 1-8 25.10. T. · 4033. NINTH RACE -- s/16 Mile, Grade 1 -5 Trendy, 45.40, 9.BO, 11.60. 3 Sharp Gary, 3.00, 3.40. 7 Bullet Bob Hays, 11.60. O 3-5 40.00. Pert, *3 202.20. T. 31.42 TENTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile. Grade 3. 2 K.A. Denver. 14.20, 6.60, 3.60. 4 Easy Jay, 6.40, 6.40. B Ada Lou, 5.00 Q 2-4 45 60 Perl. 2J 137.70. T. 31.37. ELEVENTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Grade 2 -- 2 Smlllh Lisa, 4.40, 4.00, 2.60. 5 lone Mo, 2?.60, 4.60. 6 Mislfng Dreamer, 3.20. Q. 2-549.20. T. 31.58. TWELFTH RACE -- Tucson Course, Grade 3 -- 2 Lonely Rose, 4.00, 3.60, 4.00. 3 A.M. Blue Belle, 5.60, 11.20, I Valeria Ann, 4.80. Q. 2-3 26.60. Perl -- 2-3 44.10. T. 39.88. Attendance -- 1914. Big Q Paid 2-5 and Handle-- l«291. 1. Golden Nlohl, L. Gomel 117 2. Guacamole. R. Pruitl 122 3. UfeH/ner. R. Gamez \n t. Marians 53, IDamron) 122 5. Manila Brandy, J. Wise 117 6. Senior Prom, (Noland) 122 7. The Denver Bronco, Tellez 122 8. James B. Deck, w. Guthrie m 1. Jesbccause, H. Shepard 122 10. Rocliel Paul, (Sanders) 117 FIFTH RACE (4 PURSE UOO i VO A UP QH,TB CLM. 51500 870TVRDS 1. Perlsllsle; (Ross)' 115 2. Mlohlv Loud. L. Figueroa 115 3. Goldfinoer, J. West n! t. Oh Charge. H. Shcoard 122 5. That Lu Deck, E. Avant 122 6. Stands to Reason, R. Avant n? 7. Cindy's Luck, T. Dadswefl 122 8. Mr. Hlbbert, IMcPanlcl) 119 1. Ml Do. N. Wall no 2. Chlllado. T. Dadswell i f 3. Black Banner, E. Tcllez lii i. Law Boss, D. Mannlno Mil 5. Jeff Blllv.R. Avant jl 6. Fashion Belle, L. Gomez l is 7. Everything ror Hy, Oliver ·!« a. Sam da Contfa, w. Gulhrie 121 9. Murraolo. M, Ravellch 115 '· Smoky Bracket, (Macltcvl 117 2. All Played Out, R. Prultl \n a. Mr. Top Bird, E. Tellej 22 4. Double Savings, L. Hartflno ' 122 5. Serene Breeze, J. West U7 6. John Henry McCoy, W, Guthrie 122 7. God pappa, E. Avanl 122 NINTH RACE 5/16 GRADE 1 Periecta Wagering 1. Madd Drlne 8-1 I 5. Tranqullil 2. Cash Cap 5-2 · 3. Mela Akev 6-1 4. Mojavc whz 12-1 p-2 6. Two Keys 7-2 7. Dally All 8-1 6. Lilly McGec 10-1 TENTH RACES/IS GRADE 1 1. WT Tall One 9-2 2. Track Strkr S-2 3. Ohksh Sprm 7-2 4. GldAMbl 12-1 5. Bnr Road B-l 6. R v W I d T h 6-1 7. Brook Rbl 8-) B. Slrso 1AM 10-1 ELEVENTH RACE 5/18 GRADE 3 l . G r k Hornet 4-1 5. HHConvac 7-2 2. MoivBlue 12-1 6. Sortycmt 8-1 3. OK Roy 5-2 7. Conwv Slrk 10-1 4. SS Judy B-l I B. lone TriK 12-1 TWELFTH RACE TUCSON C. GRADE 3 Perfecta Wagering 1. Shnon O'Dell S-2 2. Fire Tray 3. Anllbes HOSE FITTINGS Hydraulic Industrial 'Satin Dough Call A.R.I'. Co." AMERICAN RUBBER Products Company l St. 294-3113 ftKWiix--2J3-3123 PA*CHIN*K6 FUN FOR ALL AGES SPECIAL $29,95 616 N. Stone 5775 E, Broadway «--» «f\» J-» «r\»-- W* W name me " TUCSON'S newest entry inr Pro Sports, Fast Pitqh Soft-^ ..... ball. Your Team needs v a name: " HURRY! DEADLINE IS FEB. 14,1976^ "5° Earliest ostmar wl - ' ' Earliest postmark will decide duplicate entries. 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