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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1976 ~~~ A A A tourney T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Sahuaro wrestles with slim lead By BOB KEMP Citizen Spoitswriter .Sahuaro High School, as expected, opeped up a small lead in the AAA-Southern Division wrestling tourney, but the way the Cougars went about it was unusual. Outstanding performances by Matt Thomas (98 pounds) and heavyweight Bob Valen- ziiela offset two upsets Sahuaro suffered when top-seeded Junior Rodriguez (132 pounds) and Mark McKendrick (155 pounds), also top seeded, were beaten in quarterfinal matches. The Cougars held a 8i/ 2 -point lead over Sunnyside at the conclusion of last night's semifinal matches at the Sahuaro gymnasium. Consolation rounds began today at 10 a.m. Tonight's championship and consolation finals begin at "We didn't do as well as we cpuld have," .commented Sahuaro coach Howard Breinig. "We certainly didn't expect Rodriguez and McKendrick to lose, but Thomas and V a l e n z u e l a picked things up for us." Rodriguez was undefeated throughout the year, while McKendrick had only one loss prior to last night. Pima pins Central for win Special to the Citizen COOLIDGE -- Pima Community College closed out its regular season with a 25-15 victory over Central Arizona College. ;It gave the Aztecs a -2 iMark, best in the school's short history. 118 -- Rudy Molina, PCC, dec. Steve Green. 5-3. 1M -- Lionel Jacobs, PCC, dec. Les Welnoarten, 17-5. 134 -- Larrv Baca, CAC.jJec. Sergio Meyer, 13-3 in -- Dave Obenauf, PCC. decc. ferrv Weaver, 9-2. ISO-- Jonn Brenchly, CAC, dec. Barrv Datson. 6-5. 1SB -- Dan Ros,- er, PCC, dec. Dave Tlner, -3. U7 -wade straham, CAC, dec. Pete Mon- foV*. 3-2. 177 -- Terrv Willenberg, CAC, Dec. Manny Martinez. 21-7. lie -- Dick Nordstrom, PCC, pinned Alfred Rodrl- ouez, 3:06. HW -- Doug Brewingloo, PCC, Dinned Jim Conrad, 0:15. UA netters win, lose '. Special fo the Citizen 'SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -- SSndy Sutherland of the University of Arizona scored a 76^'6-1 victory over Judy Peter- sr)n of California-Irvine yesterday in an intercollegiate tennis tournament. .UA's Rene Cooper was beat- e(i by Allison Applegarth of California-Santa Barbara, 6-0, Thomas defeated Tommy Molina to reach tonight's finals, while Valenzuela scored a win over third-seeded Ray Sanchez in the quarterfinal round. Thomas was pinned by Molina in a dual meet earlier this year as was Valenzuela by Sanchez. Yavapai to host Aztecs Special to the Citizen PRESCOTT _ Yavapai College, a team that snapped a six-game Pima Community College winning streak in December, takes the floor again tonight against the Aztecs. The key will be rebounding, which cost Pima the game, 8372, last time. The Aztecs were outrebounded, 8-23, in the second half. Yavapai's Roughriders (128, 44) again will rely on the board work of 6-4 sophomore Howard Bowling who is fifth in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference with 6.9 rebounds per game. The starters, however, according to coach Dave Brown, will be 6-2 Jody Desin and 5-10 Tracy Gilmore at guard, 6-10 Dan Donahue at center and 65 Bud Bellamy and 6-6 Steve Hill at forward. But Pima's Coach Norm Patton should have a few surprises for the Roughriders since their last encounter. The Aztecs have evolved into a big team that can outre- bound the conference's best. This has been the result of improved play from 6-5 freshman Bobby Johnson and 6-6 freshman Paco Mendivil, who hauled down 18 and had 21 points in the team's last game on Wednesday against Phoenix College. Tonght's game is only one of five conference battles remaining. Yavapai is second behind Mesa CC in their league, while Pima, 13-8 and 4-4, is tied for third. Cat bowlers trail BYU University of Arizona's men's bowling team was in third place today going into the second round of the collegiate regional tournament at Lucky Strike Bowl. Brigham Young led the men's division with 3,W7. Arizona was second at 3,031 and UA third at 2,969. BYU also led the women's division with 2,497. Colorado State was second with 2,488. Both Sahuaro and Sunnyside both have five wrestlers in tonight's finals. "We have a chance to win and we will not stop fighting until this thing is over," said Sunnyside coach Don Klostreich. The key match of the evening for the Blue Devils oc- cured when Armando Ortega (155 pounds) defeated McKendrick in a quarterfinal match. Ortega later advanced to the finals. Team Scores ·»iA ah » art i:,'?'£ ; 5unn vside. 91; Pueblo, TVh. Amphl, 62: Tucson, sw,. Santa Rita «, Buena, tf/j. Catalina, 40; Palo ·· Rinco11 ' " ; Sa ° Semifinals ~**,7" Vlnca Guerra, Sunnvslde, dec David Garcia, Tucson, IM/Mart Th£ Pueblo ?13 ar °' Tommy Molina, , WS -- Rlc'h«rd Ortiz, Sunnyside. dec Mario Terrazas, Tucson, U-fl. William ?ah"ro S 'lM Darl obenaLlf 1 W -- Louie Garcia. Cholla, dec Bob Couchenour, Sahoaro, 10-2. Mario Martinez, Tucson, dec. Jim McDonald. Catalina, r-4. 119 -- Ricky Zamarrano, Pueblo, dec James Cardenas, Saloolnte, 21-5 Joe Solorlo, Sunnvslde, dec. Steve Pric" Saul no, 541. . ^ -- Jimmy Moreno, Pueblo, dec John Archer, Suena, M. Mike Carnacho, )|a SurmvsWe, pin. Carlos Garcia. 1?". -- Tim Pate, Buena, pin. Mike Delahante, Pueblo, 5:10. Mark Dleboli; Sahuaro, dec. Gil Valdez, Palo Verde, B,. 1 * 5 .^ J ' m Cortese. Sahuaro, pin. Dan Sleater, Rincon, 5:43. Raul Islas, Pueblo, dec. Scott Blanco. Catallna, 12-3. j 1si ,r~.. Arrna P do Orteoa, Sunnvslde, dec. MaM Henslev. Santa Rita. 0 Torn Klncaid. Amphl, pin. Art Poralta, Buena, 5:15. PAGE 7 Citizen photos by Lew Elliott 179 -- Reid Rovbal, Santa Rita, dec. Tim Rogers, Tucson, 7-5. Art Gutierrez, AmptU, dec. Eric Sharratt, Catallna, 5-2. 191 -- Shon Neal, Tucson, dec. Scott Kelley, Palo Verde, 15-3. Bill Phillies, Catallna. dec. Phil Felix, Amohl, 2-1. HWT -- Jim Anders. Santa Rita, pin. Bob Valenzuela, Sahuaro, 4:18. Joev Jones, Amphl, dec. Octavio Sotelo, Tucson, 2-1. Quarterfinals 98 -- Guerra, Sunnyside, pin. Neubold, Palo Verde. 3:01. Garcia. Tucson, dec. Klement, Santa Rita, 2-O (OT. Thomas, Sahuaro, pin. Lopez, Salpointe, T28 Molina, Pueblo, dec. Spiers, Sabino, U.I, 105 -- orltz, sunnyslde, nfii. Nansel, Salpointe, 1:31. Terrazas, Tucson, dec. Alameda, Cholla. 6-2. Obenhauf, Sahuaro. dec. Cole, Catallna, 7-1. Gonzales, Puebfo, pin. Sallnski, Sabino, 1:38 112 -- Gercla, Cholla, pin. Burruel, Rlncon, J:23. Couchenour, Sahuaro, pin Brlto, Pueblo, 3:35. McDonald, Calallna. dec. Garcia. Sunnyside, 1*2. Martinez, Tucson, pin. Mahadocon, Santa Rita, f -- Zamarrano. Pueblo, pin. Alcaraz, Amphl, 2:55. Cardenas, Salpolnle, dec. Garcia, Cholla, 22-5^ Prfce, Sabino, dec. Debcrrv, Tucson, 8-2. Solarlo, Sun- nvslde, pin. Bishop, Sahuaro, :56. '» -- Candeiarlo, Sahuaro, dec. Santa Cruz, Rlncon, 2-0. Martinez, Amphi, pin. Camacho, Tucson, 5-41. Huopenlhal, Sunnvslde, dec. Sctiaefer, Buena, 1W Petty, Palo Verde, dec. Harper, Catalina, 8-1. m-- Moreno, Pueblo, dec. Rodriguez, Sahuaro, 8-3 (OT). Archer, Buena, dec. Mueller, Sabino, 8-0. Garcia. Cholla, oln. Pear, Palo Verde, 1:58. comancho, Sunnyside, dec. Harmon, Salpointe, 4^1. TM, -- Pate, Buena. dec. Bonna, Anf- phr, 3-2. Defahanfe, Pueblo, dec. Lopez, Rlncon, 3-2. Valdez, Palo Verde, pin Hanroi, Santa Rita. 4:34. Dleboldl,' Sahuaro, dec. Hernandez, Sunnvslde, II- H5 --- Cortese, Sahuaro, pin. Turner, Sunnvslde, 2:35. Slater. Rlncon, dec. HartneH. Cholla. 6-1. Blanco, Catallna, pin. Randall, Sabino, ]:18. Islas, Pueblo, pin. Porterfleld, Buena, 3;40. ..'** --, Ortega, Sunnvslde, dec. McKendrick, Sahuaro, 10-3. Henslev. Santa Rita, dec. Rode, Palo Verde, 6-3. Klncald, Amphl, pin. Taylor, Catalina, 3:51. Peralta, Buena, dec. Wetchort, Salpointe, 5-2. U1 -- Poe, Sahuaro, dec. Keves, Cata- llna, 15-2. Torblaa, Palo Verde, dec Acosta, Tucson, 14-1. Caldwell, Buena, pin. Mlchaud, Santa Rita, 1:23. Krawczak. Rfncon, dec. Vaccaro. Amphl, 6-2. f '" -- Rogers, Tucson, dec. Goniales, Sunnvslde, 6-«. Rovbal, Santa Rita. pin. Nevarez, Pueblo, 3:47. Gutierrez, Am- phi, dec. Freeman, Sahuaro. 12-0. Sharratt, Calallna, won by ret. dec. over Mason, Rlncon. !"·-- Weal, Tucson, dec. Iresquez, Buena, 17-1. Kellev, Palo Verde, Din Bacon, Sunnyside, 1:28. Felix, Amphl, dec. Horton, Rlncon, 5-3. Phillips, Calalina, pin. Obv. Sahuaro, 5:12. HW--Anders. Santa Rita. pin. Swank, Palo Verde, 1:28. Valenzuela, Sahuaro dec. Sanchez, Calallna, 4-2. Jones, Amphl, dec. Valenzuela, Sunnvslae, 2-0 Solelo, Tucson, dec. Ahern, Buena, 13-1. Sideline signals Catalina wrestling coach Albert Sye gets very emotional during the AAA Southern Division wrestling tournament, particularly when his players are on the mat. Sye's look of displeasure in the bottom photos can, no doubt, be attributed to the fact Catalina is in eighth place after last night's action. Cage Scores East Brown 58, Harvard 56 Clarkson67, Hobarl66 Conn. Col 55, Manhattanville 45 Corlland 5193, New Paltz St 71 DarlmoulTi76. Yale 54 Dominican, N.Y. 71. NE Bible Col 40 Drexel 67. SI. Joseph's, Pa. 66 Hamilton 83, Ithaca 77 Lehman 71 Rufgers-Newark 56 Long Island U 76, Buffalo 7? Lowell 76, Coast Guard 66 Mansfield B2, Geneseo 67 Messiah Col 97; Elsenhower 71 Penn94, Cornell 54 Oneoota SI 88. St. John Fisher 74 Oswego St 60, Pittsburgh SI 51 Princeton 49. Columbia 53 Springfield 85. St. Anselm's 77 St. Thomas Aquinas 91. /Mercer 7i Stony Brook 88, Pace 80 Tufts 65, Mlddlebury 58 Wllkes75, LvcomlnB60 William Peterson 76, Kean 65 Worcester Tech 104. Colbv 87 South Ala-Huntsvllle 100, St. Bernard 87 Greensboro 91, Limestone 77 Huntingdon 93, Wm. Carey 79 Livingston Bl, Auburn-Montgomery '79, Lvnchburo 86, Chris Newport 75 Montevallo7«, Athens St 56 N. CaroA8.T75, Howard 64 N Carolina 79, Georsfa Tech 74 N Carolina SM02. Furman66 Oglethorpe 80, Berry 74 Paine 97, Bethune-Cookman 83 Palm Beach Atlantic 77. Morris Col 61 Prlnclpia 75. Memphis SW 71 SI. Leo Col 116. Clcarwaler Chris 59 S Caro St 66. Delaware St 5B Teiin.-Martln 61, SE Louisiana 48 Tennessee SI 76, Miles 65 Tusculum 11], Warren-Wilson 85 Va. Commonwealth 92. Maine B2 Virginia Union 86, Vlr B lnla St 84 V rglnia Wesl 86, Brldgewater 76 W Liberty 76, Alderson-Broaddus67 Wlnston-Salem St 105, Favc-rieville SI91 Midwest Avlla 87, Baptist Bible 83 Baker 87, Graceland 79 Bethany Naz 76, Wavla d Gapf 73 Black Hills 69, Huron 58 Buena vista 69, Simpson 64 Carleton 87, Lawrence 79 Coe 76, Knox 51 Dakota SI 77, S Dakota Tech 70 Grace Bible 75, Calvary Bible 67 Indiana St at Marian, ppd., Ice Kearney St SO, Kansas Si-Pittsburgh 73 Luther 77, Upper Iowa 72 Marvmount 93, Benedicline 70 Michigan Tech 104, Bemldll 74 Mlnol St 76, Mary Col 75 Missouri Bapt 80, School of Ozarks 67 Monmouth, III. 90. Cornell, Iowa 73 Nebraska-Omaha 85, NW Missouri 75 NE Illinois 65, St. Xavler 82 N Michigan 65, Oakland 60 Northwestern, lows 74, Bethel, Ind. 60 Okla, Chris. 70, Lubbock Chris. 67 Ottawa 90, Cent Methodist 79 RJoon 100, Grinnefl 91 Southwest Dallas Bapl 105, Phillips Col at Fort Hays St. 76, S Colorado 64 Far West Air Force 76, Wls-Mllwaukee 44 Bakersfleld SI 77. Cal Polv-SLO 71 Brigham Young 94 Wyoming 80 Caioly Pomona 76, Los Angeles SI 75 Cent wasMnolon 36, Simon Fraser 32 Chlcost. 64, Stanislaus St 49 E. Montana 70, N Montana 67 Gonzaga 75, Montana SI 66 Great Falls 74, W. Montana 67 Lewis 8, Clark 93 Whitman 74 Llnfleld83, col of Idaho 63 Mesa Col 95, N.M. Highlands 84 Montana 81, Idaho 74 Northrldge'St 82, UC Riverside 74 Oregon Col 79, S Oregon 74 Pepperdlne 93, Nevada-Las Vegas vl Poitland63, NWNazareness Regls66, S Utah 64 Rockv Mountain 91. Montana Tech 73 San Francisco St 66, Humboldl St 64 Utah 82, Colorado SI 75 Warner Pacific 79, Lewis-Clark SI64 W New Mexico 75, W. Stale, Colo 57 W Washington 76, Oregon lech 65 Westminster 76, Colo. Mines 66 Whifworfh 86, Pacific 71 Greyhounds Awards dinner scheduled for local women athletes Tonight's Entries Post Tlrne8p.m. FIRST RACE: 5/16 GRADE 1 l.'Soeclal Aoent 6-1 2.-Deflector 9-7 3-Orblt sadle 4. Oshk Blue 5. JW Ampl Dsr 8-1 6. Adam Lee "1-1 7. WMy Strd !M | 8. WW CmanchroS- · Second Race: Tucson C GRADE 2 1. Sweda 5-2 7.'Ds Maglll 1-1 3. More Alike 7-2 4.-DwlttsMR 9-3 5. KA Ann Won 8-1 6 Dsrt Dart 12-1 7. Crss Sstr in a. JJsGldRsh 6-1 - THIRD RACE: 5/U GRADE 4 1. Mlckl DC BniJM 2..DV peto l5-l ]. pkU Borntxr t-1 VSprv Rul*r M S. Css Tango 10- «. Thttx f- 7. JW My Paul t- l Try Trpl« 7- · FOURTH RACE: 5/U GRADES . ARIZONA BRED PREFERRED l.'Rollin Tina 9-2 3.'Coonle Whiz 10-1 3/Western Own -1 4. -Pebble Roc s-i 5. Bobs Pride 86. Rd Flapper 57, GGs Csonka 7!. Danas Pic 13- ·.FIFTH RACE: Tucson C GRADE 1 i PERFECTA WAGERING [.·Leslie Gray 9-2 2.Jo Barn Dnc 10-1 3. Shuwa 7-2 4,Ellons Babe 8-1 5. MaddsMudd 66. Lilly Mae 127. Jonl 5--, 8. Cindy Fatti 8-1 . · SIXTH RACE: 5/14 GRADE 3 r. fast Change 4-1 2. Better Be °-2 3, Sugar Line 5-2 4. AlStumo B-l 5. Bo Bno Toes 10-1 6. Cfieo 12-1 7. Mn Nugget 8-1 8. Lkv Brent 7-2 , SEVENTH RACE: J/U GRADE 1 Ti'Chlpman 9-2 2, Casey 5treakr7-2 3,-Tlnev Tip 6-1 f, WT Hope 8-1 5. JjsChcker 6. RndyPIrd 7. W Cst Ghst B. JckplJutiy 10-1 I I tElCHTH RACE; TlKSMl C GRADE 3 £ Rosev Red 5-2 I 5. Andy Hun ioT 2, Vickie Bomar 7-2 \t, IRs Verier 8-1 XWsRedRocktM 7. MpsrtEcho B-l *. jVonlana Marli-l I a. Hrlfcn Hank 6-1 , ' NINTH RACE S/U GRADE 1 ' · PERFECTA WAGERING *SlrutlnMuH B-l 5. Kalpo 5-2 1 HL Mitchell 9-2 4. CMS Cr»nde t-1 3, Conwav Lliy 10-1 7. Jmy Bishop 7-2 VSIans Pewit) t-1 B, Rmy Donna 12-1 Last Night's Results FIRST RACE -- 5/16 Mile. Grade 2. 8 Puoule, 4.20, 3.60, 2.80. 7 Clip 'em Clemm, 5,40, 4.40. 5 Mystery Cargo, 8.80. 0. 7-8, SECOND RACE -- Tucson course, Grade 2, 1 Oshliosh Good, 6.00, 4.40, 5.60. 3 Hank's Boy, 3.40, 2.60, 6 Kasota. 3.20. 0 1-3 B.60, DO B-l 13.60. T. 39.69. THIRD RACE -- 5/16 Mile Grads 4, 5 Tumbling Rotln. 34.20. 8.60. «.». 2 Shoe- dv Top, 3.40, 3.20, 8 Cold Tar, 6.60. Q. 2-5, 39.60. T. 31.89. FOURTH RACE -- S/16 Mile Grade 3. Kino's Over. 5.40, 280. 2.40. 2 Neon Sun, 5.20, 3.20, 1 Nlta Crcs, 3.20. Q. 2-4, 17.80. T. 31.65. FIFTH RACE -- Tucson Cogrse, Grade 1, 5 Handy Pack, 8 80, 3.40, 3.00. 6 It Works, 3.40, 2.80. 4 Veda Faith, 5.00. Q, 5-6, 10.40. Peri. 5-6 29.70, T. 35.54. SIXTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile Grade 3, 1 L en or a, 1800, 6.W, 4.60. 4 A.M. Bubbles. 11.40, 4.20. 8 MilO, 3.00. Q. 1-1, 144.40. T. 31.66. SEVENTH RACE -- 5/16 Mlfc, Grade, 1, 3 My Monlque. 8.60, 4.40. 2.80, 4 Steve Bauserman, 4.20, 2.60. 6 Ernie Roach. 2.60. 0. 3-4,17.80. T. 31.43. EIGHTH RACE -- Tucson Course, Grade 3, 6 Shirley Gray, 8.00, 4.80, 3.60. 1 J.W. Angel Winds, 5.00, 4.60. 2 Super Fine 4.00. O. 1-6, 24.60. T. 40.01. NINTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile Grade 1 -- 2 Cash Cap, 3.20, 2.60, 2.40. 4 Molave Whiz, 6.00, 4.00. 6 Two Keys, 3,20. Q. 2-4 40.40. TENTH RA'CE --5/16 Mile. Grade 2 -7 Brook Rebel, 31/0, 11.40, 8.20. 3 Oshkosh Supreme. 6.40, 6.40. B Slrso I Am, 7.60. 0. 3-7, 204.80. T. 31.42. ELEVENTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile Grade 3 -- 4 S. S. Judy, 10.40, 5.60, 3.40. 5 H. H. Coovac. 580. 3.40. I Greek Hornet, 460 0.4-5, 32.20. T. 31.93. ·='.«"·- TWELFTH RACE -- Tucson Course, Grade 3 -- 7 Merlyn's Magic, 15.80, 9.00, 3.20. i Arils, 7.80, 4.20.1 shannon O'Dell, 3.80. O. 5-7 43.00. Pert - 7-5 WsTOfAT. Attn--2652. Big Q paid 4-5 and S-71M7.80. Handle --157302. Motocross races slated TENTH RACE: VU GRADE 3 Irfiluffin Girl 10-1 2. Anettc fray 1-1 V-'ELEVENTH RACE: 5/U GRADE 1 I la Sl« _. ~. ^Hustler Hwk 12*1 x-2 J.-JcrlTHus 7-2 3. Smoky Jasu 6-1 . JW Hiefi RIM *-i Sunshine Cycle Park will hold its second motocross race of the season tomorrow. Practice begins at 7:00 a.m. with racing in seventeen different classes starting at 9:00 a.m. ilJSffJffie' ifcj and continuing all day. The track is located on the Hughes Access Road approximately three miles south of Valencia Road. V sun 7. J W C r d O M « 5. KngsAPalr B-i 6. Hsfv Marie )}-l 7. aig Rog B-i 1. RedJwell 10-1 In a span of less tha'n five weeks, the Southern Arizona Women's Athletic Achievement Association has been formed and is putting on its own awards banquet. The inaugural Women's Sports Awards Banquet will be held Monday at the Westward Look resort, with gymnast Cathy Rigby Mason and professional bowler Loa Boxberger as guest speakers. Honored will be the female athlete, coach and team of 1975 in Tucson. Proceeds from the sale of the $10 tickets to the banquet will, go towards a scholarship for a high school senior girl in Tucson to go to either the University of Arizona or Pima Community College. The scholarship goes to the heart of the reason the SA- WAAA was formed -- to recognize and reward the athletic achievements of female athletes in the Tucson area. The association is really the brainchild of local sportswriter Sue Hill. Along with the help of local public relations executive Judi Kirby, Mary Roby of UA, Maureen Murphy at PCC, Sahuaro High track coach Jan Boyd and local television personality George Borozan, the group was organized in early January, plans for the banquet began, and about Jl.OOO was raised in three days. Loa Boxberger Guest speaker Co-chairpersons for the group, now seeking members, are Miss Kirby and Borozan. "The female involved in athletic competition has gone virtually unaided as far as scholarships and overall recognition are concerned," Borozan said. "It is our aim to provide assistance in the" areas of community awareness and in educational opportunities for these female athletes." The long-range plans for the group, Miss Kirby said, include incorporation as a nonprofit organization. Mostly, she said, the association and its banquet can focus a t t e n t i o n on young female athletes in the Tucson area and provide emotional support for them. Master of ceremonies for the annual event will be Frank Bare, executive director of the Tucson-based U.S. Gymnastics Federation. Finalists for the scholarship are Elizabeth Ann Tritz, Sabino High gymnast and swimmer; Julie Gault, Sahuaro volleyball, and track performer; Kathleen McArkle, Sal- pointe gymnast. Finalists for the athlete of the year are Mary Harrington, Sahuaro track athlete; Karen Christensen, Rincon gymnast and diver; Bev Ortner, professional bowler; Laurie Brunei, LTA diver; Barbara Henderson, Cholla track athlete. Team of the year finalists are the Sahuaro Bobby Sox Softball team, University of Arizona swim team, Red Devils water polo team, Sahuaro High volleyball team and the Por Soles Softball team. Finalists for coach of the year are Jan Boyd, Sahuaro track coach; Ruth Wojcik, Tucson East Y swimming; Pauline Jordan, Sahuaro volleyball; Terre Klipsche, Cholla gymnastics; Belen Camacho, city softball. Two outstanding achievement awards also will be announced along with the winners of the other awards. Tickets for the banquet, which begins at 6:30 p.m., are available at Pueblo Ticket Agency, Dial-A-Ticket and by writing to 199 N. Stone, Suite 903. GRANDE CONSTRUCTION INC. ADDITIONS - REMODELING CARPENTRY BIDS PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Geo. Reftz, Owner 793-8948 So tn»n* $mc« 1950 Heating Cooling GLOVER MILLER ANEW IDEA IN SERVICE! AirCondEHonlng H*otlng Service Infuranctf -It take* over when your l-y*ar warranty *xpirei on an/ mofc* or ilia syitvm. Bowling Top Ten MEN'S DIVISION FOUR-GAME SERIES (Class A only) Oewey Yoho, Waison Trto tlovd Helwlo, was son Trio Gary Johnson, UA Trio T,to Oave Turner.Wasson Trio 999 971 9ta 18 946 Robbie Yoho, £u Jim Zook, Kent. Fried Chicken ra Desmond L en Zi UA Trlo ^ Rich Weight. 930 CLASS A GAME (ITS »vg. or belter) Gsoroe Flauta, Golden Pin Clssc 3CO Gary Johnson, UA Trio Jw Bennie Gomez, Bucs 4 Does jco Bob Linen, Bowlers Thumb Malor SS BUI Welsh, Iceland Jr.-Sr 300 Lloyd Swellzer, Kings Queens 300 Pete Tountas, Golden Pin All-star 299 Paul Colwell, Golden Pin 2M Bob Waughn, Gran! Road Lumber 290 Robbie Yoho, Banachecks 290 CLASS A SERIES Pete Tountas, Golden Pin 740 Gary Johnson, UA Trio 758 D. Yoho, Banachecks 755 John Deeb, UA Trio 753 George Flauta, Golden Pin 73 Dick Zimmerman, Citizen Classic 737 Les Hansen, Banachecks 73; Mark Laop, Bowlers Thumb M«|or 736 Dewev Yoho, Citizen Classic 733 Gary Johnson. Kappv Hour Mixed 731 CLASS B GAME (l« through 174 avg.) Ed Vergara, JR.-SR. Scratch 286 Vlclor Henkin, Golden Pin 278 Bob Angus, UA facullv 277 Jerry NowHI, Tele Comm 277 Hal Swenson, Grant Road Lumber 277 Dean Bosworth, Tucson Bowl 275 Irv Thrall, Jr SLD Ins 274 Don Marshall, Kings 1 Queens 269 Vern Gloedal. Tuesday Nlners 268 John Malone, Bowlers Thumb Malor 268 Steve McCain, Golden Pin 268 CLASS B SERIES Wally Johnson, Caclus Mixed 701 Hal Sewnson, Grant Road Lumber 700 Ron Reid, UA Trio ·* CLASS C SERIES Desmond Leni, UA Trio 646 Alan Wolf, Arizona League 641 Virgil Tornberg, Sundowners 62? Walter Thomas. SLp Ins. 627 Jerry Amos, Lamplighters 627 Alan Thomas, Grusum Forsum 626 Chuck Stratton, Moonlighters 624 Percy MCLarnan, VA Mixed 615 Lew Runfon, Teachers Mixed 606 Boyd Carson, Teachers Mixed 574 SENIOR CITIZENS GAME (S years ind over) Weldon Dunstan, Industrial 276 Chester PecXham, Luckv Funslers 260 Edward H. Wllkle, Jr., UA F-S 258 Ed Henderson. Senior Citizens 253 Al Bercaw, Golden Pin 53 Ralph Van Sant, UA Faculty 245 Ken Komar, Senior Mled 23 Vance Chllds, Eagles Mixed » J 741 Alfred Crook, Senior Citizens 236 Roy Gough, Senior Mixed 236 SENIOR CITIZENS SERIES Weldon Dunstan, Industrial Ted Felgel, Las Vegas League Gil Crumley. Senior Mixed Henry Daunbelmer, senior Citiien Shorty Englund. Eagles Mixed «2 Roy Gough, Senior Mixed Ed LaRouche, Senior Mixed Frank Wltkowskl, SLD Ins Don Brayton, SLD Ins. Bill Perhan, Senior Mixed WOMEN'S DIVISION FOUR-GAME SERIES (Class A bowlers only) Bev Ortner, Kent. Fried Chicken Kathy Llngner, All-Star Doubles Nancy Rowan, Kent. Fried Chicken Carla Hansen, Al -star Doubles Glnnv Crafa, Craig Singles Kitty Thomas, Lucky Scratch Trio Sandy Bosworlh, Kv. Chicken Sherry Kennedy. Luckv Sctch Trio Judy Zagar, Craig's Singles Jerl Llnehan, Kent. Fried Chicken CLASS A GAME (1(0 avg. or belter) ' Bey Ortner, Kv. Fried Chicken Carla Hansen, Craig Singles Jerl Llnehan, Ky. Fried chicken 653 632 625 60S 606 604 601 591 970 866 300 John Malone, Bowlers Thumb Malor 694 Alan Wolf, Arizona League 472 Al Davis, VNB Counterflts 670 Hal Smld, SLD Ins 6» Dee Graham, Desert League 666 Vern Gloedal, Tuesday Miners 666 Frank E. Balr, Jr. League 661 CLASS C GAME (156 avg- and below) Dave McKeown, UA Trio 270 Desmond Lenz, UA Trio 258 Allen Thomas, Grusum Forsum 257 Jack Salmon, Haopy' Hour Mixed 256 Vlrqll Brier, Happy Golden 252 Lucky Dencklau, Horn Ins. 215 p*amv Lingner, LUCKV icralcn Trio Edle Loesche, Kings Queens Anna Hunt^Golden Pin ' Marilyn Wrubel, Tucson Bowl Jessie Gaulchee, All-star Doubles Carolyn Swelrrcr, D-M Realty CLASS A SERIES Bev Orlner, All-star Doubles Eva Schorl, Golden Pin Sue Cribbs, Cactus Belles Kathv Lfngner. Lucky Scratch Trio Kmv Thomas, Lucky Scratch Trio Sandy Bosworth, Kent. Frd. Waneta Hlnkle. Calholic Women Judy Zaaaar, Hungry Gox Trio Cookie Lynch. Luckv Scratch Trio Monlv Lawrence, Craig's Singles Jessie Goutcher, Luckv Ladles 258 259 257 256 253 253 714 670 654 IS 646 642 637 736 635 631 Pro Basketball NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division pel w 1 A rizona divers dominate Special to Uie Citizen SALT LAKE CITY -- With its divers dominating the one- meter action, the University of Arizona increased its lead in the University of Utah Invitational swimming meet. Wildcat divers took first, second and third yesterday and the team had 550 points to 448 for second-place Brigham Young University going into the final day of the meet. Team Scores Arizona SM, Brloham Youno 448, Utah 375, Colorado Stale 256, Wyoming 180, Colorado Stale 154, Arizona Stale 37. Individual «» IM -- l. w.nanl. UA. 4:15.W 2, Rameson, BYU, 4:18.03. 3, Bascscu, CSU, 4:22.50. 200 FREESTYLE - 1 McGregor, BYU. 1:42.79. 2, Fenske, UA, 1:45.52. J, Sorich, 8YU, ]-45S 700 BUTTERFLY - l. Rolan, Utah, si.v. 2, Pearson, UA. 53.22. 3, Percy, Wvo. 54 07. 100 BACKSTROKE - 1. Shorls, Utah, 54.01.1 Clvenoer. UA, 55.50. 3, Raosdale, UA, 55,57. 100 BREASTSTROKE -- 1, While, BYU, 1:00.44. 2, Conrad, CSu! 1:01^4-3, Smith. Utah, 1:02.40. ONE METER DIVING -- 1, Morris, UA, 451.05. t. Bvers, UA. 427J5. 3, Howard, UA, 411.60. 800 FREESTYLE RELAY -I, BYU (McGregor, Sorich, Bolsbv, Andc!lnl, 7:03.60. 2, UA, 7:ttl.B8. 3, Utah, Boston 34 13 Buffalo 31 M Philadelphia 29 27 New York 24 27 Central Division Washfnoton 2S 21 Cleveland 2B 22 New Orleans 24 24 Houston 23 24 Atlanta 24 26 "580 .471 ,571 560 500 .489 .480 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Today Boston at New Yonc, atlernoon Washington at Atlanta Chicago at Houston Milwaukee at Detroit SeatUe at Golden State Tomorrow New York at Boston Buffalo at Philadelphia Los AnoeJes at Atlanta Chicago at New Orleans Detroit at Kansas C»v Golden State at Portland Phoenix at Seattle Washington Bl Cleveland ABA Octroi 1 w 28 Milwaukee 20 30 Kansas City 19 32 Chicago . 15 34 ,, ,_, Pacific Division Golden state 35 u Los Anoeles 25 V Portland 23 27 Seattle 23 27 Yesterday Cleveland 92, Philadelphia 87 Buffalo 109, Milwaukee 104 Chicago 112. Los Angeles 106 New Orleans ire, Kansas Clly Phoenix 116, Golden Stale 111 Portland 109. Seattle 100 .404 .400 .373 -306 .714 .481 .460 101 _ w 1 v, Denver 36 12 2 New York 31 m t. San Antonio 7B ?0 Kentucky 29 22 Indiana 28 24 -- St. Louis 21 31 UVi Virginia B 41 12'/i Yesterday !2'/i Indiana 116, Virginia 113 Denver 123, St. Louis 109 Today No game scheduled. Tomorrow New York at Indiana Virginia at San Anlonlo Kentucky at Denver PCI. .750 .633 .583 569 538 .404 .163 9b B" bv'i 10 17 28'.'j Olympic Results Speed Skating Women's 1,000 meters -- 1, Tall an a Averlna, Soviet Union, 1:2843 1 Leah Poulos, Northbrook, III., l.-ffij?. i Sh"a Young, Detroit, 1:29.14. 4. Sylvia Burka. Canada, 1:29.47.5. Monlka Holiner. West Germany. 1:29.54. 6, Cathy Priestner. Canada, 1:29.66. 7, Ludmlla Tllova, Soviet Union, 1:30.06. 8, Heike Lange, East Germany, 1:30.55. 9, Maklko Naoaya, Japan, 1:31.23. 10, Erwlna Rys, Poland. . , A ! SO: Peggy Crowe, St. Louis, disqualified, failed to yield right of way In crossover. Women's SCO meters -- l. Sheila Young, Delrolt, 42.76 seconds. 2. Calhv Priestner, Canada, 43.12. 3, Tallana Averlna, Soviet Union. 43.17. 4. Leah Poulos. Northbrook. llf., 4321 i Vera Krasnova, Soviet Union, 43.23. 6, Llubov Sadchlkova, Soviet Union, 43.80. 7, Makl- Medals INNSBRUCK (AP) -- The medals tabulation at I he 12th Winter Olympic Games after today's mornlno events (lables reflect gold, silver, bronze and total medals). Positions determined bv nold medals won: gol-- -..^ uu .^ Soviet union East Germany United States Finland Austria West Germany Canada Switzerland Italy ko Nagaya, Japan, Q.88. 8, Paula Halonen, Finland, 43.99. 9, Lori Monk son, WIs., 44.00. 10. Helke Large, East - onk, Madi- Luge Men's singles, four runs -- I, Dellel Guenlher. East Germany. 3:27.668 2, . . : . , J « f Fendl, west Germany, 3:28,196. 3 Rfnn, Easi Germany, 3:28574 4, - Hans , ermany, : Hans-Helnrich Winckler, East ? v 4, 3 : ??-¥ 4 v s '. Man ^ e1 Schmld. Austria, 3:29-511. 6. Anton WInkler, West Germany, 3:29-520. 7. RWntiold Sulzbacher. Austria, 3:30.398. 8. Dalnls BrermeT Soviet Union, 3:30.576. 9, Rudolf Schrnld, Steamboat Springs, Colo., 3:42,152 28, Terrance O'Brian, Pease Air Force Base, N.H.. 3:42.536. Nordic Skiing Women's 5-kllometer cross-counlrv -1. Helena Takalo, Finland, 15:48.69 2, Ralsa Smetanlna, Soviet Union. 15:49' 73 3, Gallna Kulakova, soviet Union 16:0746. 4, Nina Baldlcheva, Soviet Union, 16:12.62. 5, Hllkka Kuntola? Fin? n S,'J 6: ' 7 - 7 ' 1 - *· Eva Olsson. Sweden, 16:Z7.15. 7, Zlnalda Amosova. Soviet Union, 16:33.78. 8, Monika Debertshaeus- er. East Gremanv, 16:34.94. 9. Greta Kummen, Norway, 16:35.43. 10, Mariatta Kaiosmaa, Finland, 16:36.25 Also: 29, Martha Rockwell, West Lebanon, N.H.. 17:33.07. 36, Jana Hlavatv, Chicago, 18:21.21. 40, Terry Porter, concord, Mass., 19:36.93. Biathlon Individual 20 kilometers -- l, Nikolav Kruglov, Soviet Union, 1 hour 14 minutes 12:26 seconds. 1. Helkkl Ikola, Finland, 1:15:54.10. 3, Aleksandr Ellzarov, Soviet Union, 1:16:05.5X4, willy Berlin, llty! 1:16:50.36. 5. Aleksandr Tlhonov. Soviet Union, 1:17:18.33. 6, Eski Salra, Finland. 1:17:32.84. 7, Lino Jordan, Italy, 1:17:49,63. 8. Sune Adollsson, Sweden, 1:1S:00,50. 9. Get Svendsber, Norway. 1:18:10.13. 10, Lars-Goer Arwtdson, Sweden, 1:18:34.37. Also: 35, Lyle Nelson, Boise Idaho, 1:25:77.50. 47, Martin Hagen, Jackson, Wvo., 1:28:49.20. Dennis Donahue, Worcester, Vt., did not cotnpele, flu, John Morton, Anchorage, Alaska, failed to finish, fell and broke rifle shaft. TWBA set for drive The Tucson Women's Bowling Association along with local bowling proprietors are sponsoring the Bowlers' Victory Legion Fund drive this week throughout the city. More than 12,000 bowlers will be asked to contribute to the charity through the work of local volunteers. Mrs. M a r i l y n Hensley, TWBA vice president and chairman of the fund drive, hopes Tucson bowlers will surpass Phoenix this year in, the drive. Phoenix bowlers contributed $13,000 last year in the drive that totaled $500,000 nationwide. The BLV fund has aided wounded and disabled veterans for more than 30 years. Hockey West Germany 7, Poland 4 Sovfef Union 6. United Stales 1 PA»CHIN*KO FUN FOR ALL AGES SPECIAL $29.95 61 6 N. Stone 5775 E. Broadway CLASS B GAME (lii duMtfe l» (Vf.) Skip Konkle, Moonlighters 246 Dortrla Falda. Moonlighters 246 Jackie Thorn, Roadruriners 246 672 638 S97 577 S92 591 589 587 Sandv Prelnlnger. Sundowners Party Wilson, Lucky Ladles Rose Aver beck. Early Birds Lois stokes, O-M Pin Rollers lima Neighbors. UA Faculty CLASS B SERIES Skip Konkle, Moonlighters LIs Stokes, D-M Pin Rollers Dol Fasano, Tucson Bowl Mae Boenler, Kings Queens Marilyn Wrubel. Tucson Bowl Anita Barrel!. Lucky Ones Ml«ed Lorraine Hawk. Queens Elizabeth Gladstone. Queens Barbara Shanahan. D-M Off. Wvs Petrav Braun. Early Risers CLASS C GAME (144 avg. ind below) Lorene Reummler, Las Vegas 250 Diane L. Mergler. Catholic Women's 244 Patricia Buntin, Queens 244 porrls Polley. Welcome Wagonette 238 Sylvia Scnlflfng, Coffee BreaVers 233 Vickie Sweepe. ZlD Mixed 231 Pauline Chavez. Caclus Mixed VK Judy Henslee. D-M Officer Wives Sherry Male. Caclus Belles Synda Salzman. Caclus Belles LaWanda Brothers, Cooa Creepers Myrum Whllaker. D-M Pin Rollers CIASS C SERIES Mary Ann Hill, Welcome Wagonette 578 Lynda Sweltzcr, UA Trio 56] Alice Vorholzer, Tue. AM Trio 557 Carmen Segura. Tue, AM Trio 556 Lynda Salzman, Cacfus Belles £49 Pamela Macev, Early Birds S47 Carol Landry. 0-tf. officer Wives SU Nancy Miller, Tue. AM Trio 539 Lorene Reummler. Las Vegas 537 Lawanda Brothers, Cooa Creepers 532 222 222 22I : 221 Bl SENIOR CITIZENS GAME j (55 years and over) , Sally Trove, Senior Citizens 226 Bflttv Cvr, GolCen Pin Seniors 223 Bplva East Lucky Funsters 219 Nell BqUwM, LtckvLadles ?n JoAnn Vain, Ludcv Funsters JjJ Valma McPhedran, GoMen Pin ill Dorothy Keefc, Senior Ullzens. 2Q5 Georgia La Roche, Lucky Funsters 205 Ruth Rcwr, Odd Fellows 200 Leola Smith, Lucky Fiwislers 205 SENIOR CITIZENS SERIES Velma McPhedram, Golden Pin Sallv Trove, Senior Citizens Joflnn Vath, Lucky Funsters Georgia Laru, Lucky Funsters Dag Lassira, Senior Mixed Ann Pecfcham, LucVv Funsters Stephanie Muzyk, Senior Citizens Leola Smith, Luckv Funsters Mary Davidson, Lucky Funsters Mae Welu. Senior Mixed 563 S52 543 O5 sn 526 524 573 All the scores reported Diamond is threat to Deir's Remember Diamond Life Insurance, the team which was nearly invincible in the first round of the Tucson Daily Citizen Bowling Classic last fall? Diamond may be back. After a lackluster showing in the second round, which concluded three weeks ago, Diamond made a run at the top last week; challenging Deir's Valley Funeral Home for the lead in the third and final Classic round. But just how good a comeback the five bowlers for Diamond have made will be tested tomorrow at Lucky Strike, when the team meets fourth-place Andy's Pro Shop in the best of the five matches beginning at 9 p.m. Andy's is currently 3'/£ games out of the lead, but could catch up quickly with a strong showing against Diamond. Other matches tomorrow find Menards' Insurance meeting Devinvest, Deir's going against Greyhound Park, Bowlers' Thumb testing Sunland Antiques and Midas Muffler trying Patio Pools. iWholeWheattortillas? Naturally! Tucson Golden Gloves Tournament Feb. 7-8th at 7:30pm Bear Down Gym (on tti. UofA cwnpoi) ADMISSION Adults $3.00 · Studer.Uj2.00 Kidi under 12 -- $1.00 Sponsored by TUCSON BOYS' CLUB DOGJMCJNG .,, Tucson Grey hound Park, Racing wed. thru sun. home of the winners Post time-8PM. So. 4th Ave. at 36th St. Reservations: 884-7576

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