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PAGE 6 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN · SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, Tourney Scores Third Round Classic Scores BudAllln J«dc Nlcfclaus Miun o Johruiv Miller Dave Hill BIIIRogtfs Bob Murphy Mike Shea Lee Elder Arnold Palmer Mik«McCul lough Jim Wiectiers Jerrv Heard Lanny Wadkins Tommy Aaron Mike Motley Bruce Lletike Rod Curl Vic Reoalftdo Jerry Pare Jimmy Powell Peter oosterhuls Charles Coodv Georce Caafe Jim Jamleson Tony Jacklln Curtis Slftord Gary McCord Forrest Fejler Mike Mitchell Gary Koch OrvJIle Moody Jim Colbert Georoe Knudson Gay Brewer Afan Taple Bob VJvnn MlkeReasor Joe Porter Rex caldwell Don Massengale Bobby Nichols Tom Jenkins Art Wall . J. C. Snead Barry Jaeckel Garywinhr . Dick Rhyan Phil Rodderi Mac McLendon Miller Barber David Graham Gary Groh Don Bles Dale Douglass Dave Stockton Chi CM Rodriguez Jerrv McGee Dean Refram Doug Sanders Bob Payne Larry Nelson Calvin Peete Lionel Hebert Bob Glider Dave Evans Howard Twlrrv George Johnson Bob Goalby Ken Still BUI Ooden Fuzzv Zoeller Tommy Jacobs Tom Nleporle Hubert Green Rick Richards Wslly Armstrong Rillito program special The Budweiser Clydesdales, the show horses of Anheuser- Busch, Inc., will be present tomorrow at Rillito Race Track for the $800 Budweiser Purse. The quarter horse allowance, sponsored by the Golden Eagle Distributing, has drawn an eight-horse field lead by Sabbath Breaker. ·~ The chestnut colt will be running his first race of the year, but last season he won six. Another favorite should be the Art Pollard-trained Miss Catrina Bars, who was second in her debut last month. Tomorrow's entrees RILLITO RACE TRACK 1. Vlcap's go go Gtrl, Purirt 122i 2. Miss Savanna s«. T. Dadswell I22 1 3 Lady Dutclnea, (Pallanes) !22 4. Hanks Bar Moon, T. Card 122 5. Festival Queen, H. Shepard 122 6. BettEelobar, L. Gomez 122 7. Straw N'Flowers, J. Wise 122 8. Talents Venture. E, Tellez 122 9. Le Ray, (Hadlev) 122 10. Miss Mint Deck. L.FIgueroa 122 SECOND RACE 3 HO TB MDN 4 FUR- 1. Cheyenne Fanny, R. Prulft na 2. Soy Brat, (Must). 116 3. Miss D.C.. (HadJIeld) 116 4. Sing A Cord, Rutherford Mil 5. Grumny's Girl, R. Avant 121 6. Drag Away, L. Gomez 116 7. Bold Fairway. H. Sheoard 116 6. Librlallana, [Rloueroa! 116 9. Bell A way, (Ramirez) 121 10. Pure Prfde. (ware! 121 THIRD RACE 3 YO QH MDN 400 YARDS 1. Native Polks, P. Torres 122 2. Terry's Dream Cap, Prulrt 122 3. Mz Maggie Straw, Ravelich 122 4. Bar Tonto Ruby, A. Juarez 122 5. Lucky Llndv, Rulherford 122 6. Monshlnes Gold, Je Valen 122 7. MacComet. R. Avant 122 8. Lanes Red Bird. IPallanes) 122 9. Miss Grlssv, (Ramirez) 122 10. Stormy Lake, T. Oadswell 122 Lanny Wadkins has \vinning handicap 67-M-JS-210 69-70-72-211 70-70.73-21] 71-71.71-- JU 71-W-73-- 21} 71-71-72--214 W-71-7*-2U 71X8-76-314 71-74-65--214 71-70-7J-214 7*64-76-- 214 72-7J-70-214 72-71.71--7.14 73-72-7-21S 7l-7M»-215 73-7W9-- 215 74-69-73-215 74-69-72--215 7M7-7J-21S 7*67-74--215 71-72-72--215 72-71-73-215 72-73-71--216 48-74-7*-- 216 74-65-77--216 74-68-74--216 71-7669--216 75-71-71--217 71-75-71--217 71-70-74--217 74-73-70-217 72-74-71--217 73-W-75-- 217 67-73-77--217 74-72-71--217 70-71-77--218 73-70-75--218 73-70-75--218 71-72-75-218 71*9-76-218 71-70-78--219 77-69-73--219 74-74-71--219 74-73-72--219 75-73-71--219 73-70-76--219 75-70-74--219 72-71.76-219 73*8-78--219 75-69-75--219 77-72-70--219 75-72-72--219 69-7)-80_220 76-7549--220 74-72-74--220 75-73-72--220 73J9-78-- 220 72-73-75--220 76-70-75--221 73-75-73--221 73-72-76-22) 69-77-75--221 74-74-73--221 77-70-74-221 74-72-76-222 75-72-75--222 74-72-76--222 78-70-74--222 74-75-73-222 73-74-75--222 77-71-74--222 72-76-74--222 71-73-79--223 71-72-80--223 75-72-76--223 75-72-76--223 79-70-74--223 75-73-75--223 1. Leslie's Wink, T. Gard 118 2. Family Jewel. E. Tellei 118 3. Rose ol Destiny, J. West 122 4. Bio M Chlcado Moon, Torres 122 5. Van Rocket, L. Saunders 118 6. Bar Mayor, J. wise 122 7. Miss Duro Parr, L. Figueroa na a, Frankus, (Cllnaman) 118 9. DetricX's Request, L. Gomez _ 122 FIFTH RACE 3 YO UP TB CLM. S1SOO 5Vi FURLONG _ 1. Gift of Jov, R. Montoya "Iff? 2. Pea N'Beans, T. Dadswell 117 3. Brugal, (Payne) 117 4. Colonel Busby, E. Tellez 122 5. Threeway Royal. (Brown) 117 6. Gentle Candy. R. Avant 117 7. Hllo Duerte. (Deweesel 112 8. Peace Train, R. Prulrt 117* SIXTH RACE 4 YO « UP QH ALW 400 YARDS 1. Hook 'Urn Talent, Dadswell 122 2. Mlstl Blu. A. Oliver 117 3. Turf's BAnVer, L. Flgueroa 122 4. Dream's Past Due I Hadlev ) 122 5. Moon Bee, (May) 122 6. Slssvbo, (Bassett) 122 7. PlnoBar, R.Gamez 119 8. Topaqueen, E. Avant 122 9. Go Swade Go, L. Gomez 119 10 Press Club, t. Saunders 122 1. Deacon Bird. (Hadfleld) US 2. Scotcti Order. R, Prulrl 115 3. Sommer Guy, L. Gomez 115 4. PFoarlllo, R. Avant 119 5. Strange Power, (Dale) no 6. Skeets Relect, A. luarez 119 7. Copper State, R- Montova Mlo THE BUDWEISER PURSE I. Sabbath Breaker, (May) 117 J. Miss Catrina Bars, R. Prulrl 1)7 3. Kilo Yen, L. Harding 118 4. Oebra Doo, (Hadley) 117 5. Gentle On My Mind. R Avant 117 6. Jay's Return, E. Tellez 122 7.Bjd'sCharger,T.Dadswell 119 t. PJayful Mia, (Halltbur) _ 119 NINTH RACE 4 YO A UP TB CLM. S2000 4 FURLOHOS _ 1. Mlsterbeelucky, R. Prulrl 116 2. Dancer On Stage, R, Gamer IIS 3. Ruf N'Charley, (Gallndo) 121 4. Kussman, J. valer -111 i. Dotty's Royal, (Brasher) in 6 Goln Gavin, VanHouten 116 7. Nofand'iBIg Jake, l_. Flgueroa 12) t. Mvrnt't Grey Boy, J. wise 116 9. Mrs. Ftashy, w. Gulhrfe 116 TENTH RACE 4 YO 4 UP TB CLM. t«M 7 FURLOUGS _ I. Classy Dresser, (Noble) 118 I Run Till, R.Monlova '113 }. Bradlevs World, J. Wise 118 4. Ketstar, INorrls) 113 i. Dash of Spice, (Brasher) 117 6. Ral Royal, Rutherford 1)8 7. Co It All, A. Juarez 118' «. Colle Cadet, J.PIrlmari ne 9. Chrlstooher G., p. Torres 122 10. Prlncjtettl, (C«lo) 118 PALM SPRINGS -- Golf is a game which can be played with infirmity -- sometimes, it seems, best that way. Ed Furgol survived a withered left arm to win the National Open. Ben Hogan crawled out of a car-bus wreck to win three National Opens, two Masters and a British Open with veins so smashed up he had to stand on his head in the morning to get blood to his legs. Blind men can actually be low-handicap players. Guys have won with hangovers, after fights with their wives staying up all night with sick children or sleeping in their cars cross- country. Guys have won the National Open who couldn't see without glasses or couldn't see over their stomachs. It's almost as if the game doesn't resppnd to vibrant health- or all-out physical attack, Arnold Palmer was the only one who went at it as if it were the 15th round of a close fight It's like the pitcher who feels so strong his ball does things a tired arm couldn t make it do and he can't get the ball over the plate It's game to win. But, more important, he was the handicap. Which is why a lot of us are watching Lanny Wadkins down here at the Bob Hope Desert Classic this week. Lanny has the game to win. But, more importantly, he was the handicap. Lanny Wadkins came out of Wake Forest five years ago with stardom written all over his game. Only 20, he had al- Jim, Murray ready won his first major championship, the U.S. Amateur. He had won three tournaments and over $200,000 in one year when he was only 23 years old. Lanny was a legend while he still had his baby teeth. His handicap was nothing the home pro could fix. An ordinary person finds out he's unwell when he gets a coating on his tongue, spots before his eyes or his ears ring. An X-ray may be needed. A golf pro finds out long before any machines or stethoscopes can. A golf pro finds out when he walks to his drive and it's 30 yards short of where it used to be. A golf pro finds out in the pocketbook, not the clinic. When Sports Capsules Hawaii coach suspended HONOLULU (AP) -- The future of basketball at the University of Hawaii is uncertain following the suspension of Coach Bruce O'Neil. The 30-year-old O'Neil announced at a news conference yesterday that he had been suspended by Mano Campus Chancellor Douglas Yamamura for allowing four of his players to participate in a television commercial in apparent violation of collegiate rules. Little in LPGA lead NAPLES, Fla. (AP) -- Sally Little shot a five-under-par 67 yesterday to take ihe first round lead in 'the $60,000 Ladies Professional Golf Association tournament. One stroke behind the leader was Judy Meister at 68, and two shots back was Kathy Postlewait with a 69. There was a two-way tie at 70 between Barbara Myers and Judy Rankin. Spartans to appeal EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Michigan State Universivy will suspend seven football players from its team because of their part in Nationan Collegiate Athletic Association rule violations, school officials confirmed yesterday. Athletic Council Chairman John Fuzak and acting Athletic Director Jack Shingleton said they would be suspended, but that the school would appeal the suspensions to a special NCAA subcommittee Prep Basketball] Citizen photo by Lew Elliott PREP BASKETBALL STANDINGS Southern AAA Division (Overall records In parentheses) West League Salpoinle (14-4) Sunnyslde 112-6) Pueblo (11-7) Tucson 112-7) Cholla (7-12) Amphl (9-9) Catallna (3-15) Rlncon (18-1) SahuarodO-9) Buena (8-10) Palo Verde (8-11) Sabino 17-12) Santa Rita (4-15) East League Del .778 .667 .556 .MO .SCO .375 .111 1.000 .625 -57! .428 -375 .000 Douglas Southern AA Division Nogales 1)4-1) 6 CDO (9-8) s Globe CltH) 4 Flowing Wlls [5-12) 3 Blsbee (4-10) i San Manuel 13-13) 0 1.000 .875 .714 .500 .375 .125 .000 Caballeros 58, Tigers 57 GLOBE: Hill 7 2-2 16, Estevane 7 M 15, Thomoson 6 1-3 13, Almauist 30-06. Nosie 2 M 4. Gossefl 1 1-4 3. Totals: 29 5-9 FLOWING WELLS: Zlegler 1 7-8 IS, Sanderlln 73-4 17, Lewis 2 10-12 14, Evenson 1 CW2. Totals: 1920-2558. Globe H 14 15 1 4 -- 5 7 Flowing Wells 15 21 g 1 4 -- 5 8 Total fouls: Globe IB, Flowing Wells 11 Fouled out: Gossert. JV -- Flowing Wells 77 (Blornson 18). Globe 68 (Ramos, Mercer 20] Frosri -- Flowing Wells 69 (Mlchaleson 33), Globe 57 (Stevens 14). Lancers 88, Warriors 82 PUEBLO: Moore 12 11-1335, Thomas 4 ·29, George 4 5-7 13, A. Lever 1 3-6 5. L. Lever ) 0-3 2, Lfddeke 0 W) 8, Byrd 7 xi 14, Mvers 2 P24. Totals: 31 20^3282 SALPOINTE: Carrlllo 64-4 16, Wilson 12 9-11 33. Kneuer 4 B-ll 16. John 5 2-5 12. Young 1 2-3 4, Jorgenson 1 1-3 3. Santa Cruz 3 00 6. Totals: 31 26-37 88. 3 , 6 ' J0 lP^!, 1 M l Boone 00-00, Kemmeries 0 M 0, Larson 1 W 2. Tolals 35 16-24 , ? AN ,7V ITA , : , J a*son 12 3-4 27. Forte 4 3-4 11, Campillo 2 3-5 7, Lewis 2 1-2 5. Kennedy 0 1-3 1. Llby 3 2-3 B, Rogers 1 1-2 3. Murray 00-00. Totals: 24 14-23 62. Rlncon ................ 17 1» 24 26 -- 86' Santa Rita.. .......... 19 12 TO 21 -- 62 Tofal fouls: Rlncon 16, Sanla Rita 21 Fouled out: Forte, Kennedy, Lewis Tech. foul: Lewis. JV -- Rincon 47 (Santa Rita 53. Brcwn 17), Rlncon 47 (Dorame 14) Frosh -- Santa Rita 59 (Bays 20). Rln- con 50 (Wells 16). Cougars 52, Cats 44 Sahuaro: Kochnetf 2 1-4 5, Gwordz 1 M Z Thompson 56-86. Hope 5 1-2 It, Jackson 5 0-3 10, Lohmeler 1 OO i Larson 1 3~i S, Dlckson 01-21. Totals: 20 12-23 5? SABINO: Balllnger 8 1-1 17, Rise 1 1-3 3, Norlhcralt 6 2-2 14, Wells 00-20. De- mercv 22-4 6, Berman 20-04. Totals 19 6- Sahuaro .............. 19 t 12 IS -- 52 Sabino ................ 12 ID 10 1 2 -- 4 4 Total fouls: Sahuaro 56 (Donnelly 18) Sabino 47 (Conley 14). Frost, -- SahuaroiS IBakcr II) Sabino 32(Lundering »). Badgers 66, Trojans 57 · CATALINA: Westenberg 13 9-10 35. Thomas 3 2-5 6, Lee 2 0-1 4, Knutson, 2 M Porter 0 2-2 Z Budtnocr 3 0-1 6 ( Totals Golden opportunity Luis Ruiz heads the list of top amateur boxers competing tonight in the annual Tucson Invitational Golden Gloves tournament at Bear Down gym. Ruiz hopes to gain an Olympic boxing berth for the summer games in Montreal. R uiz fighting for Olympic boxing berth ^ TUCSO SON: Olero 7 2-2 16, Lewis 2 0-1 4. David Vann ,0 6-8 26, Bvrd 3 (M) 6, Waon- Pueblo SalpoJnTe . . . ...14 It 21 11 -- 82 . 2 2 22 22 22 -- 88 Total fouls: Pueblo 31, Salpointe 26. Fouled out: Thomas, George, A Lever, L. Lever, Myers, CarrlJIo, Jorgeosen Tech. foul: SantaCruz. JV -- Pueblo 58 (Waggoner 14), Sal- potnte 54 (Green 20). Frosh -- Pueblo 6) (Leva 10). Sal- poinle 48 (Wilson 13). · Panthers 56, Titans 55 PALO VERDE: Crist 4 M B , Schroder 1 1-2 3, Abbott 10 1-2 21. Marsh I Ml Thompson B 00 16, Vlllasenor 1 1-2 3, Pogue 10-02. Totals: AMPHI: Boutch 5 2-4 12, Barbee I 0^2, Heslep 6 1-2 13, Jabczenski 6 2-2 14, Zweifel 6 (M) 12, Doolirtle I 1-2 3. Tolals · Caiaiina .............. n » ,0 is ^s7 Tucson ................ IB 9 ,8 5 1 -- 6 6 Total louls: Catallna 23, Tucson 20 Fouled out: BudEnger, Lewis. Brandl. Catallna. JV SCORE: Tucson 62 (Cox IB), Calall- na 52 ISeago 13). FROSH SCORE: Calallna 3S (Bates 17), Tucson 33 (Crouse ,0). Dorados 88, Pumas 64 CDO: Doda 10 7-1, 27. Swensen 74-4,8, Juno i M 10. Fisher 3 3-3 1, Eckel t W 8, Zlegler 3 0-2 6, Ewlng , 2-5 4, Tlssaw ? 0-0 4, Thorp02-21 Tolals 25 ,8-27. BI5BEE: Warren 7 5-10 19, Denogcan a 1-217, Valenzuela 5 (M) 10. Romero 3 3-3 6. Reynolds 3 00 6, Bovkin 2 0-0 4, Gonzales 02-21 Totals 28 8-14. CDO . . Blibee. . 2 3 17 23 25 -- 88 . . I S 12 17 tt -- 6 4 Palo Vwde .. Amphi 10 18 18 7 2 -- 55 U 16 17 7 3 -- 56 Total fouls: Amphi 10, Palo Verde 9 Fouled out: none. JV -- Amohl 7) (Gonzales 16) Palo Vcrte64(Murphv22). Frosh: Palo Verde 44 (Gpbber, Hor- meler, Moris 10). Amphi 42 (Bradford Rangers 86, Eagles 62 RINCON: SI. Kino 10 3-3 23. Weaver 7 2-4 16, Sc. Kino 1 1-2 3, GosHn a 4* 20, Gold 3 2-3 8, Howell 2 2-2 6, Askcnasv 7 1- Total fouls: CDO 14, Blsbee 24. JV SCORE: CDO 60 (Fisher 17), Bisbee 46 (Love 131 FROSH SCORE: CDO 51 (Thomas, Dasev 12), Blsbee 38 (Tatc 15) Chargers 60, Blue Devils 53 CHOLLA: Will Fox 6 1-3 13. Colter 3 M 6. Tonv EldrtOoe 5 1-3 ll, Steward s 3-4 15, Mike Jackson 3 (W 6, George Good 3 M 9, Pal Oiborn 00-00. Totals 56 B-1(L SUNNYSIOE: Yslas 2 0^ 4, Rhodes 4 MS, Kelm 6 2-4 14. Pane 4 J-2 10, Dobos 4 (Ml 8. Cook 2 1-2 5. Hloolns 3 0-1 6, Esolno- sa 0 1-2 1. Morgan 0 2-2 2. Totals 2SU-I3. Cbolla M 14 u 15--40 Surmviide u ll u 17 -- 58 Total fouls -- Sunnvslde 16, Cholla 13. JV SCORE: Cholla 34, Sunnvslde33. Pima Community College cross-country star Luis Ruiz is as versatile an athlete as one can find in Arizona and it might not be a good idea to argue the subject with him. For when Ruiz isn't running in a uniform, he's pounding away on those who would challenge his claim to be for one of the top amateur boxers in the state. The 19-year-old Ruiz has his sights set on a lofty goal -this year's Summer Olympics. Ruiz, a lightweight, will head the list of top amateur boxers from all over the state competing in the fourth annual Tucson Invitational Golden Gloves tournament at Bear Down Gym beginning tonight at 7:30. Ruiz's credentials are impressive. His overall amateur record is 21-2 and he was the winner in his weight class of the Ohio Amateur Athletic Union tournament held last year. "Outside of Mesa's Chuck Walker, Luis is probably Arizona's best bet for an Olympic berth," said tournament director Roger Stinnett. Also ranked high among Rare Unspoiled Mountain Views! J. Herbert Oxman's Cheyenne Estates Drive east on Tanque Verde to Houghton. left to models. local amateurs is Tucson's Art Martinez, twice a Golden Gloves winner in Tucson and, like Ruiz, fighting out of the Police Athletic League in the city. Stinnett also predicted exciting things from a 65-pound 11-year old named Vince Duran. Duran has a 52-3 record and, according to Stinnett, "has the moves that put most pros to shame. He's always a crowd pleaser." There will be a total of 42 champions crowned in the' Junior Olympic, Novice and Open divisions, in bouts that will be fought under international rules. Finals will be tomorrow night. Champions and runnersup will advance to the state tournament in Phoenix Feb. 27, 28 and 29. Tickets for a single night's action are $3 for adults, $2 for students and $1 for children. A ticket good for both nights is STORES OFFICES FOR LEASE HIDTOWN SHOPPING CENTER 4500 BUC. E. BROADWAY GfMtw budwty Div. C«. 4535 E. tfMJwt-y « 326-24M Lanny, who had made $200,455 in 1973 and had made $45,000 through only the second week in March in 1974 -- and then had to settle for only $6,124 more the rest of the year, he knew that whatever was happening was terminal for his golf game. He got so weak, he would be coming up the fairways 50 yards behind his fellow pros -- and so would his shots. Usually, you get a diseased gall bladder only after about 50 years of eating gravy, French fries or delicatessen pastrami, pickles and box lunches at the office desk. You find out you've got it when your belches start coming five minutes apart. / One morning in December of 1974, Lanny Wadkins was rudely awakened at 6 o'clock in the morning in his hotel room. It wasn't a fan or a drunk, it was his gall bladder. He was only three feet from a phone but he couldn't make it. So far as he was concerned the phone was a par-5 away. He doubled over and fought for breath. Any golfer in the world could have told you that Lanny was seriously ill just from looking at his golf score -- and where his drives landed. But medicine finally caught up with leader boards and put a tracer dye through Lanny's gall bladder. When the dye couldn't make it, they knew the gall bladder was the seat of the double-bogeys. Lanny Wadkins was operated on for three hours. His appendix, badly swollen, was removed as well. Although he was delirious for several days and had drain tubes in his side and nose for weeks, Lanny Wadkins wanted to tee it up again before he got the tubes out of his nose. He returned to the tour much too soon. Part of the problem was that the gall bladder's destruction of his golf game was total. This time, what had happened to Lanny's game was nothing a surgeon could fix. But he persisted in playing when he should have been resting or lifting or getting back in the game gradually. Lanny made only $23,330 or about what a fair tour ' caddy can gross. \ They thought maybe the disease had spread to his clubs; but, this year, Lanny Wadkins, in three tournaments, has had only two rounds over par -- one in Phoenix and one in the second round at the Bob Hope Desert Classic down here. But, one major already in his bag, a second in the PGA and . a finish at the Oakmont National Open of 65 (the year Johnny , Miller finished with 63) attest that when his stomach juices are- being taken care of all right, Lanny can handle the golf part of . his health. Los Angeles Times News Service. Wins, 7-3 Dallas flys past Mavs Golf Notes Special to the Citizen DALLAS -- Dallas broke open a close game with a three-goal outburst in the second period and went on to a 7-3 Central Hockey League victory over the Tucson Mavericks last night. The Mavericks matched Dallas goal for goal in the Pro Hockey NHL CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick Division w I t pis gl ga 3? lj 10 72 22! 143 25 13 1C 66 SH 12 25 24 6 58 164 168 19 27 A 44 170 216 PhiladelBhJa N.Y. Islanders Atlanta N.Y. Rangers · Smyrrte Division Chicago 22 15 16 60 162 144 Vancouver 20 22 10 50 171 174 St. Louis 19 25 B 46 164 183 Minnesota 16 31 4 36 126 100 Kansas City 11 15 6 23 124 227 Montreal Los Angeles Pittsburgh Detroit Washington Boston Buffalo Toronto California WALES CONFERENCE Norris Division 38 7 · ' 23 25 18 28 7 43 S 42 t 16 Adams Division 32 10 9 73 V 15 6 66 21 19 225 114 179 177 202 205 144 19S 145 270 198 143 222 154 176 179 156 178 Yesterday Chicago Z Atlanta 1 Montreal 7, California 1 St. Louis 5, Vancouver 3 Detroit 4, New York Islanders 3 New York Rangers at Detroit St. Louis at Philadelphia Washington at Kansas City Pittsburgh at Los Angeles Buffalo at Minnesota Boston at Toronto Tomorrow Montreal at New York Rangers New York Islanders al Phlladelohia Washington at Chicago Pittsburgh at Vancouver Detroit at Boston Minnesota at Toronto California at Buffalo WHA East Division New England 24 24 s first period, which ended at 22, but the Mavericks couldn't handle the Black Hawk attack in the second period. The Tucson bench was penalized at 19:57 of the second period for complaining about the officiating and Mike Sleep drew a game misconduct for his comments at the period was over. Dallas 7, Tucson 3 Tucson ............ . ...... 2 0 l -- 3 Dallas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3 1 -- 7 Flrjl Period --1, Tucson, Tltcombe, 18 (Newell, Sleep), 5:13; i Dallas. Smith. 13 (R. Clroux. Elliott), 13:36; 3, Tucson. Walter, 9 (Tltcombe. B. Ertckson). 14:06; 4. Dallas, Palmer, a (Hlnton), 17:00. Penalties - Holt, Dal, 3:29; Man' drvk, Tuc. 9:33; Uddlngton, Tuc, 11-18 SecwW Period -- 5, Dallas, Palmer. 9 (Donaldson, Koletf), 13:27; 4, Dallas, Smith, 14 (McKeonev. Palmer), 16:29; 7, Dallas, L'Abbe. a IWHev. Archambault), H:57. Penalties -- Brav. Tuc, 5:00; Kolelf, Dal, 7:53; 01 ms lead. Tuc. 19.-01; Stevens, Tuc, 19:22; Tucson bencri (served by Couronover), 19:57; sieeo. Tuc (same misconduct), 20:00. Third Period -- B. Dallas. R. Glroux, 14 WdKeoney), 6:42; 9. Tucson, Olmsleati. 8 (Hotln, Uddlngton), 8:53; 10, Dallas. P. .Glroux, B IVavdik, R. Giroux), 13-48 Penaltis -- Smith, Dal, 4:37; p. Giroux, Dal' t^CO Br * V ' TUC ' 9:B ' Donaldson ' Shots on Goal: Bv Tucson 5-10-10--25. Bv Dallas 13-9-15--15. Goalfeners: Tucson, Martvnfuk; Dallas. Volpe. Art: 2.158. ASU leads swim nieet Arizona State swimmers won four of seven events yesterday during the opening day of the University of Arizona Invitational swimming and diving meet at McKale Pool. Although Colorado State took the other three first place, the ASU team has a wide lead going into today's final rounds of competition. TEAM SCORES Rio Rico The best-ball team of Rex Chavez and Paul Rauls shot a 60 to win a tourney of the Saguaro Golf Club. Runnersup, with 62, were Gene Price and Al Rice, followed by Gil Wright and Jack Fahl, 64. In a low-gross tournament, the club's Carl Stritzel took top honors with a 75. The low- net winner, Bob Ewing, shot a 63, followed by George Feren- kamp, 65, and Tom McGovern, 65. Randolph North In a Women's Golf Association Guest Day, Leah Powers captured low-gross play with a 40, and Linda Carter, )ow- net play with a 38. Runnerup in tow-gross WAC Results Utah 82, CSU 75 U 7 AH '" -- Judkins II 4-4 26, Menatti competition was Barbara Wil- Imarth with a 45. Two players were second in a low net play with 39s, Tish Thompson and , June Thompson. Among the members, Class A's low-gross winner, Onie · Benton, carded a 43. Low-net, champ Hedi Hummel shot a 35. Class B's low-gross victor, Julie Halvorson, had a 51, while Rosemary Hackett won low-net play with a 41. Class C's winners were Mary Huebner in low-gross play with a 48, and Carolyn Kaiser in low net competition with a 46. : t i Codd 0 M 0, Kopsa 0 (M 0. Totals 31 1M9. Halftlme: Utah 35, Colorado St 35 Total louls: Utah 2,. CSU 24. Fouled out: Bouldin, Cash, Anzures. Tehnicals- Ulan, Deane. A: 4,197. BYU M.Wyoming 80 BRIGHAM YOUNG (H) -- Cheesman 78-1 22, Thompson 4 8-10 16, Handy 7 6-6 20, Mould 6 2-2 14. Craig 3 2-2 8, Va.Law 2 4-5 8, Jones 00-00, Williams 1 2-2 4, ve- £r»v 0 2-2 1. Oslarcevlc 00-00. Totals 30 WYOMING (80) -- Flanigln 10 2-2 22, Vecchlo 3 OK) 6, Shanor 6 3-515 Robinson 4 23 10, Rice 4 3-4 11. Adams 11-aT Barrier! 4 1-1 9, Phillips 1 0-1 Z Ravac l M Z Bozner 0 0 - 0 0 , Zimmerman 0 O-i o, McDonald 0 oo o. Totals 34 12-18 Halfllme: Wyoming 40, BYU 37, Total louls: BYU 23. Wyoming 31. Fouled out: Jones. Shanor, Robinson. Rice. Technicals: Byu Coach Arnold. A: 3.3M. 53 j?i Indianapolis ,,.,,» , Houston 33 18 0 San Diego 26 22 4 Phoenix 25 20 5 Minnesota 25 21 3 Canadian Division ft 1 42 ,43 ,63 Winnipeg Quebec 32 ,7 Calgary 26 22 Edmonton 20 33 Toronto 15 31 Yesterday Cincinnati 7, Edmonton 0 Winnipeg 7. Toronto 6 Houston 4, Indianapolis 3 Today Quebec at Calgary WInnJpeg at Cleveland Toronto at New England Cincinnati at Indianapolis Minnesota at Phoenix Tomorrow Calgary al Winnipeg Quebec al Edmonton Cleveland at New England San Diego at Houston Minnesota at Phoenix CHL 66 213 56 207 55 191 53 172 74 233 67 233 54 190 43 189 35 212 14; 6, New Mexico cr^i.V8as5 n^stale-Los Anoeles; 11, Central Arlio' TOP INDIVIDUAL RESULTS SCO Motley Relay -- l, Arizona state (Rooers, Tullls, Slofarlh, Turtle). VSJ1; ^Colorado Slate, 1:56.2; 3, Arlioria. 'iOO'Free -- l, Gall Murray. CSU. 5:05.3; 2, Melissa Belote, ASU, 5-09J- 3 Jenet Warden, Colorado, 5?14 2. ,»« Flv -- 1, Michelle Pu|alet, ASU. 2:m; ^ Kathy Bradley, CSU, 2:159; 3 Stacey Joseph. ASU, 2:18.1. SO Breast -- 1. Pam Rogers, ASU, 31 J; Ann Bacon, New Mexico, 1;02.8. ' ' ' ' TO Free -- l, Grace Mil, CSU, 53ji; 2, er XsU^i ASU ' 54 ' 4; 3 ' Det * le ''*· fot Individual Medley _ l, Capol Sle- farth. 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