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PAGE 42 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1973 NFL Draft " ' Atlanta Falcons .-- Grtil Marx,' DT, No)re Dam*; Tom £eredlne. WR, Northeast Missouri; Nicfc ··ebout, T. Wyoming; Georse Campbsll, DB, Iowa State; Tom Reed, G. Arkansas; ·Russell Ingram, C, Texas Tech; Nick , Mlke-MaY«r. K, Tcmole; Byron Buelow, LaCrosje Stat*; MIKe Samples, LB, .Drake; Chris ; Stecher, T, Claremont Muddi John Madeya, QB, Louisville; Thomas Gaoe, DB, uamar Tech; Ryfus ·Ferpujon, RBi Wisconsin; Jim Hodoe, WR, Arkansas. '" Baltimore Colts *" Bert JoneSi'QB; Louisiana State; Jo* Ehrmann, DT. Syracuse; Mike Barnes, DE, Miami, Fla.; Bill Olds, RB, Nebraska; Jamie Rotella, LB. Tennessee; Gery Palmer, T. Kansas; Olile Smith, WR, Tennessee State,-; David Taylor, G, Catawba; Rav Oldham, DB, Middle Tennessee; Bill Wlndauer. G, Iowa; Dan Neal, C, Kentucky; Bsrnard Thomas, JDE,Western MIchlsan; Torn Plerantozzl, ,QB, West Chester State; Ed Williams, RB, West Virginia; Jackie Brown, DB, South Carolina; Marty Januszklewlcz, RB, Syracuse; Guy Falkenhasen, T, Northern Mlchlaan, Buffalo Bills * Paul Seymour, T, Mlchlaan; Jo* DeLa- mlclleur*, G, Michigan State; Jeff WI- hans. DT. Southern California; Joe Fer- njWCI ¥fal""-W r-l Ulll-la, · »¥rx, .-.. i»ui·-.« AMN; John Skorupan, LB, Penn State; Brian _McCon_n,Ell,.CB.,Mlchlaa a n_State; John Ford, TE, Henderson State; Lee 'FobbJ. RB, Grambllna; Mike Respond, WR, Arkansas; Matthew Reed, QB, Grambllna; John LeHeuo, LB, South Carolina; Richard Earl, T, Tennessee; . Ronnie Cfarroll. DT, Sam Houston State; Merv Krakau. LB, Iowa State;'JQo Rlzzo, LB, Klnas Point;. Vlnce O'Nell. RB, Kan- HS; John Steacni, DB, Colorado. Chicago Bears -"Waliv Chambers, OS, Eastern Kentucky; Garv Huff, QB, Florida State; Gary Hrlvnak, DT, Purdue; Allan Ellis, DB, UCLA: Mike Creaney, C, Notre PK, C emion; Mike Gr ffln, G. Arkansas; John CleszKowikl, RB, Notre, Dame; Dave Juenoer. WR, Ohio University; Don Rivei, :|_B, Texai Tech: Bill Hart, C, Mlchlqan; Larry Roach, DB, Oklahoma. Cincinnati Bengals '"'Al Chandler, TE, Oklahoma,-: Tim Georqe, WR, Carson-Newman; Bob iftcCall, RB, Arizona; Bob Jones, DB, Virginia Union; Robert Maddox, DE, Frostburg State; Joe Wilson, RB,2Holv Cross; John Damoeer, G. Notre Dame; Lenvll Elliott, RB, Northeast Missouri State; William Montgomery, DB, More- houje; Charles Clark, RB. Bethune-Cookman; Brooks West, DT, Texas-El Paso; S urlfs Scaln, DB. Norm Texas State; ed McNultv. QB. Indiana; Harry Unper, B, Auburn; Wayne Estabrook, QB, Whlttler. . .., Cleveland Browns *'. Steve Holden, WR, Arizona St.; Pete Adams, T, Southern California; Greq ·Prultt, RB, Oklahoma; Jim Stlenke, DB, 'Southwest Texas State; Bob Crum, DE, Arizona: Andy Dorrls, LB, New Mexico ·State; Randv Mattlnqlv, QB, Eyansvllle; Van Green, DB, Shaw: Curtis Wejter, G. East Texas State; Tom Humphrey, T, Ahllehe Christian; Carl Badslch, DT, Princeton; Stan Simmons, TE, Lewis t, Clark; Jim Romanlszvn, RB, Edlnboro State;. Robert Pocelka, DB, Southern 'Methodist; Dave Sullivan, WR, Virginia; , , .George Greenfield, RB, Murray State; Robert McClowry, C, Mlchlqan State. livan, RB, Dallas Cowboys laan H; H State; nessee; Scott Freeman, WR, Wy.omlng; Tom Scolf, WR, Washlnqton; John Moss, LB, Pitt; Jav Corey, T, Santa Clara; Dan Hansen, DB, Brloham Young; Larry Nickels, WR, Dayton; Earf Belgrave, T, Ohio State. Green Bay Packers Barry Smith, WR, Florida State; Tom MacLeod, LB, Minnesota; Tom Toner, LB, Idaho State; John Muller, T, Iowa; Hlse Austin, DB, Prairie View A8.M; Rick Brown, LB, South Carolina; Larry Allen. LB, Illinois; Phil Enqle, DT, South Dakota State; Larry McCarren, C, Illinois; Tim Alderson, DB, Minnesota;. James Anderson, DT, Northwestern; Reaale Echols, WR, UCLA; Keith Pretty, TE, Western MIchlsan; Harold Sampson, DT, Southern University. Houston Oilers John Matuszak, DT, Tampa; Georne Amundson, RB, Iowa State; Greg Blnq- ham. LB, Purdue; Edesel Garrison, WR, Southern California; Ron Mayo, TE, Morgan State; Shelby Jordan, T, Washington, Mo.; Joe Blahak, DB, Nebraska; Mark Williams, K, Rice; Russell Vaughn, DT, Northern Colorado; Lawrence Eaglln, DB, Stephen F. Austin; Brad Lyman, WR, UCLA; Willie Martin, G, Northeastern Oklahoma; Ron Lou, C, Arizona State; Roger Goree, LB, Baylor; Tim Demeron, WR, East Carolina; Randy Braband; LB, Texas Kansas City Chiefs Gary Butler, TE, Rfce; Paul Krause, T, Central Mlchlaan; John Lohmever, DT, Emoorla, *ate; Fred Grambau, DE, Mlchlaan; Doug Jones, DB, Cal State- Northrldge; Donn Smith, T, Purdue; Al Palewicz, LB, Miami, Fla.; Bill Story, DT, Southern Illinois; Willie Osley, DB, Illinois; Monroe Eley, RB, Arizona State; Tom Ramsey, DT, Northern Arizona; Paul Metallo, DB, Massachusetts; AlSjert White, WR, Fort Valley State; Wilbur Grooms, LB, Tampa; Clayton Korver, TE, Southern Methodist. Los Angeles Bams Cullen Bryant, DB, Colorado; Ron Ja- worskl, QB, Youngstown State; Jimmy Yoyngblood, LB, Tennessee Tech; Tim Stokes. T. Oregon; Eddie McMillan, DB, Florida State; Terry Nelson,-TE, Arkansas AMNi Steve Jones; RB, Duke; Cody Jones, DE.San Jose State; Jim Petersen, DE; San Diego State; Jason Caldwell, WR North Carolina Central; Steve Brown, LB, Oregon State; Bill Dulac, G., Eastern .Michigan; Jim Nicholson. T, Michigan State; Jeff lnmon,..RB, North Carolina Central; Willie Jackson, WR, Florida; Bob Storck, DTT, Wisconsin; - Rod. Mllburn.,WR, Southern U.; Clinton Spearman, LB, Michigan; Walter Rhone, DB, Central Missouri; Jerry Bond, DB, Weber State; Kurt Matter, DE, Washington; Fuller Cherry, DB, Arkansas-Montl- Cello; Fred Henry, RB, New Mexico. Miami Dolphins Chuck Bradley, C, Oregon; Leon Gray, T, Jackson State; Bo Rather, WR, Michigan; Don Strock, QB, Virginia Tech; Dave McCurry. DB, Iowa State; Ed Newman, G, Duke; Kevlrt Rellly, LB, Villanova; Bennle Shepherd. RB, Arkansas Tech; Willie Hatter, WR, Northern Illinois; Tom Smith, RB, Miami, Fla.; Ar. chie Pearmon, DE, Northeastern Oklahoma; Karl Lorch, DE, Southern California; Ron Fernandes, DE, Eastern Mldi- Iqan; Chris Kete, C, Boston' ColleBe; Mike Mullen, LB, Tulane; Joe Booker, RB, Miami, Ohio;.Ores Boyd, RB, Arl- jona; Bill Palmer, TE. -St. Thomas, Minn.; Charlie Wade, WR, ; Tennes»e* Minnesota Vlktags Chuck Foreman, RB, Miami, Fla.; Jackie Wallace, DBj Arizona; Jim Lash, WR, Northwestern; Mike Wells, QB, Illinois;' Brent McClanahan, RB, Arizona State; Doy B ..Kingsrlter,_TE, Minnesota; Fred rdi, WR, Hawaii; Harvey East Texas State; Drane .Tulsa; Bruce Walton, T, Layen, G, Yale; Rodrlgo r- Billy Joe.DuPree. TE,.MIchl.pai ' 0 ,ffin n , R Dt ar r d ''- W R ' Scrivener; DB. ;UCLA; Bob Layen, G, Yali Barnes, LB, Rice; Dan Werner, QB, Mlchloan State; Mike White, DB, Minnesota; Carl Johnson, LB, Tennessee; Gerald Caswell, G, Colorado State; Jim Arneson. G, Arizona; John Smith, WR, UCLA; Bob Thornton, G, Norm Carolina; Walt Bdsy, LB, Grambllno; John Conley, TE, Hawaii; Lnlli Stnvhorn, RB, East Caroline. ·- Denver Broncos "Otl* Armstrong,.RB, Purdue; Barney Chavous, DE. South Carolina State; Paul .Howard, 6, Brlaham Young; John Wood, DT, Louisiana State; Tom Jackson, LB, Louisville; Charles McTorrv, DB, Tennessee State; Mike Askea, T, Stanford; John Grant, DE. Southern California; Lvle Blackwood. DB, Texas Christian; Al Ed White, RB. Tulsa; John Hufnaoei, QB', Penn State; Calvin Jones; DB, Washlna- ton; Oliver Ross, RB, Alabama AM; Ken MuhlMler, C, Idtno; Ktnntth Morgan, TE.EIon. Detroit Lions · Leon Crosswhlte, RB, Oklahoma; John Brady, TE, Washington; Jim Laslavlc, LB, Penn State; Levi Johnson, DB, Texas Ail; Mike Hennlgin, LB, Tennessee Tech; Dick Jauron. RB, Yale.; Jim Hooks, RB, Central Oklahoma; JJwin An- rl^evvs, DT. Morgan State; Prentice McCray, DB. Arizona State; John Rlcdsoe, RB, Ohio State; Ira Dean, DB, Baylor; Ray Bonner, DB, Middle Ten- Basketball Scores COLLEGE East Penn. St. 72, Syracuje 6t Providence 73, Boston Col. 64 -Fairlclgh Dickinson 54, lona « Brldseoort «. American International 71 LaSalle 108, Western Ky. 80 St. Bonaventurc 103, St. Francis, N.Y. 57 Niagara 79, Buffalo 77 Now Hamoshire 71, Vermont M Colgate 52, Northeastern 47 Army 85, St. Ansclm's 47 Lafayette 86, BucknellK Kings 82, Scranton 80 Lycominq 69, junlata 65 American U. 90, Hofstra 81 E. Strotidsburfl 70 .Wllkcs 41 Rochester Toch 69, Houahton 56 Phlla. Textile 61, Younqstown 50 Baruch 71, Newark St. 57 Pace 78, Stevens Tech 51 Chevney St. 62, Mt. St. Mary's 58 Newark Rutgers 70, Brooklyn Polv (S3 Kings Point 72, Cathedral, N.Y. 4« Queens 69, Stony Brook 55 C. W. Post 75, Brooklyn Col. 47 Marlst 127, Nyack, N. Y. «7 Hartford 76, C. Conn. 61 Rider 69, Uchiah 63 Susquehanna 58, Albright 57 Swarthmore 65, Washlnnton, Md. 63, OT Tufts 70, Weslevan 67 Bates 50, Colby 49 Gordon 51, Nasson4S Union 67, Trinity, Conn. 55 Curry 91, New Enaland Col. 76 Middleburv 90, Norwich 59 Amherst 75, Soringfleld 67 Albany St. 70, Brockoort St. 63 Allegheny 79, Bethany 72 Lehman 90, York, N. Y. 55 Bentley 76, Sacred Heart 6S Qulnnlolac 80, Bryant 65 Wdiener 79, Haverdord 45 RPI 72, Williams 59 LcMovne 92, Clarkson 61 Hobart 54, Blnohamton St. 49 Jersey Cltv St. 62, Glassboro St. 57 Stonenlll 92, Merrlmack 82 Bloomfleld 81, Southamoto 71 South Georgia 86, Ga. Tech 78 S. Carolina 88, Marshall 71 N.C. St. 89, Maryland 78 Austin Peav 98, Samford 75 Wm. Mary 77, VMI 59 North Carolina 69, WakeForestSl .i^ksonvlllc 78, Slctson 74 Davidson 73, E. Carolina 62 , . GOT. Washington 59, Nayv 56 Georgetown 74, Baltimore Loyola 59 Virginia 89, W. Va. 75 Gcttvsbura 64, Delaware 62 Emory Henry 81, Lincoln Memorial 77 Pembroke St. 73, N. C. Wesleyan 46 J.C. Smith 82. Belmont Abbey 79 Edinboro 85, Mt. Union 58 Mid. Tenn. 81, Tenn-Chattanoooa 76 High Point 43, UNC-Wllminaton 50 Randoloh-Macon 89. Hamoden-Svdncy 69 Mercer 78, Ga. Southern 69 Ra. Tech 86. N. Ga. 79 LaGrange 92, Piedmont 71 Bridacwater. vs. 83, E. Mennenlte 76 Elizabeth Citv 95, St. Paul's 70 Alcorn AM 84. Touoaloo 75 Norfolk St. 93, Hamoton Inst. « v». Union 102. St. Auou'tlne's 80 Huntingdon 89, Athens 73 Tenn.-Martln 78. Delta St. 69 Tenn. St. 90, Bellarmlne48 Worris Harvey PO, Concord 79 Virginia St. 94, Shaw 82 Midwest Okla. Citv 81, Hardin-Slmmons 76 Oncninatl 84. Dmton 71 Ohio U. 74, Kent St. 64 r.inislus 80, Wavnc St., Mich. 67 N. Mich. 91, Lakeland, Wis. 83 Mo. Western 84, Chicago Loyola 83 Bowling Green 51, Toledo 48 Miami, Ohio 6?, W. Mich. M ,., Concordia-Moorhead 64, St. John's Minn. 5R Mercy 88, Oakland 85 HMIsdnle 91. Olivet 68 Calvin 83, Alma 77 KMam;i70o63, Adrian 56 Albion 82, Hope 62 Hiram SO, .lo*m Carroll 7? Walsh 73, Ohio Dominican 62 H mover 79, Sluffton 72 Ohio Northern 55, Flndlay 51 D'flrTnre 79, Earlharn 72 Jamestown, N. D. 89, Wanoetori, N. D. 81 H-imllne 65, Gustavus Adolohus 63, over- v" e -Stiut St. 84, Wls.-Eau Claire 5? St. Norfcert 97, Lewis 94 me -piMtnvlll" 109, Wis.-Rlver Falls 65 North Park 103, Carroll, WIs. 65 Rnclnr- 83, Milton 71 V/ls.-Whltewater 87, Wls.-Sfevens Point 75 V'is.-LaCrosse 82, Wls.-Sunerlor 59 E. Mi. 88, Mo.-St. Louis 6« Airnra9fl.Lsi-e Forrsf 48 Aguinas ?6, NE 111. 87 Southwest Austin Col. 70, Blshon 67 Far West -- T - co; Kangy Lee, DB-P, Tulane; Dave Ma- 3rlgo D j?'. Ne S r , ask 2 ; 6eary Murdock, G, QB, i? w . a ^"J *"?" Spencer, WR, Plttsburg Mln- State; Rod Just, G, Mlnot State; Eddie r, , s u r g State; Rod Just, G, Mlnot State; Eddie Bishop, DB, Southern University; Tony Chandler. RB, Missouri Valley; Larry f, m1 'J eY r'= DE ', Texa 5 Southern; Dave Winfield, TE, Minnesota. New England Patriots John Hannah, G, Alabama; Sam Cunningham, RB, Southern California; Darryl Stlngley, WR, Purdue; Brad Dusek, DB, Texai AM; Charlei Davis, RB Al- «pn AM; Allcn^Ganaher, T Soltnern California; Douq Dum en, C, Nebraska; '"5f Brown, RB, Western Kentucky- SP 1 !"^ Sy'SKVv T ' Tex » 8 AM; Dan 5"s'«r,DB, Oklahoma; Homer May, TE, TexBt A*M; Bruce Barnes, P, UCLA; f. «n Lowrv, DB, Texas; Raymond Ham'"on. UB, Oklahoma; Condle Puoh, RB, Norfolk State; Mike Kuttcr, DE, Con- cordla; Eddie McAshen, QB-DB/Georgia iftch. New Orleans Saints Derland Moore, DE, Oklahoma; Steve Baumgartner, Oi, Purdue; Pete Van ValkenbuTM, RB,, Brlaham Youns; Jim ufon5, R?. . .n, ,. L · Marty Shuft..,-- wa; Bill Cahll ,, DB, Washington; Peterjon, G, Utah; Doug Winslow, W "rake; Mike Fink, DB, Missouri; ^Mero^ns^R^, r"1 SST vvSSr «!-"·'=- m ' P ^-- R -'- Ch W ~* k + ns ' ^ T eorge , Palnc, QB, Washlnaton State; Walter Love, DB, Westminster, Utah; William Wldeman, DT, North Carolina AiT: Ron Lumokln, DB,- Arizona State; Clifton Davis, RB, Alcorn AfcM; Brian Kellcv, LB, California Lutheran; Carl Schau- towltch/'g;"Penn Staie;''Ben° Nlto ' K; Colorado College; John Bllllonz, DE, Grambling. New York Jets Burgess ( Woods, son, LB LB,Pcrin"Stat«rffavis'R'»cn","G,"'fcx'as 1 ; Ricky Harrell, C, Clernson; ""-- -- Jrpess Owens, DB, Miami, Fla.; Robert oods, T, Tennessee State; Bill Ferflu- n, LB, San Dleoo State; Bruce Bannon, 3, Penn State; Travis Roach, G, Texas; Ricky Harrell, C, Clernson; Mike Hag- oard, WR, South Carolina; Rick Sclfert, DB, Ohio State; Rob Solccr, LB, Indiana; Joe Carbone, LB, Delaware; James Krnmoln, T, Texas AM; David Knight, WR, Wl Ham Mary; Gary Puetz, T) Valparaiso; Robert Parrish, DT, Duke; Joe Schwartz, RB, Toledo; Mahlon Williams, TE, North Carolina Central; John Czerwlnskl; Jim Footc, P, Delaware Valley. Oakland Raiders Ray Guy, P-PK-D.B Southern Mississippi; Monte Johnson, DT, Nebraska; Perry Smith, DB, Colorado State; Joe Wyllc, WR, Oklahoma; Lculs Neal, WR, Prairie View; Ron Mlkolaczyk, T, Tompa; Brent Myers, T, Purdue; Gary Weaver, LB, Fresno State: Mike Rae, OB, Southern California: Steve Sweeney, TE, California; Leo Allen, RB, Tuskeqee; Jerry List, RB, Nebraska; Jim KrapJ, G- LB, Alabama; Bruce Polcn, DB, Wiliipm Penn; Dave Leffers, C, Vandwbilt; Jerry Gadlln, WR, Wyoming; Michael Ryan, G, Southern California. Philadelphia Eagles Jerry Slsemore, T, Texas; Charles Youna, TE, Southern California; Guv Morriss, G, Texas Christian; Randy Lo- oan. DB, Mlchlqan; Bob Plcard, WR, Eastern Washington State; William "' ' Wvnn, DE, Tennessee State; Dan Llnt- ner, DB, Indiana; John Nqkcs, LB, Denver A3, Air Force 56 San OIC90 St. 78, L.A. St. 77 an C . , .. . Utah 109, West minster 96 Occidental 93, Gtitedi 50 wmtner 71, u. San DMW M Northern' Illinois;' Gary Van Elst, DT, Michigan State; Joe Lavender, DB, San DIwo State; Stan Davis. WR, Memphis State; Ralph- Sacra, T, Texas AM; Ken Schel7!5. DB. Notre Dame; Frank Dowsing, DB, Mississippi State; Greg Oliver, RB, Trinity, Tex. Pittsburgh Steelers James Thomas, DB, Florida State; Ken Pharos, DB, Mississippi State; Roger Bernhardt, G. Kansas: G.VI Clark, LB, Michigan State; David Reavls, DE, Arkansas; Larry Clark, LB, Northern Illinois: Ron Bell, RB, Illinois State; Glenn Scolnlk, WR, Indiana; Nate Dorsov, DE, Mississippi Vallev; Loren Toews, LB, California; Bill Janssen, T, Nebraska; Bracev Bonham, G, North Carolina Central: Don Wunderly, DT, Arkansas: Bob While, DB, Arizona: Willie Lee, RB, Indiana State: Rick Fergerson, WR, Kansas State: Roger Cowan, DE. Stanford; Charles Cross. DB. Iowa; Glen Nardi, DT, Navy; Mike Shannon, DT, Orcaon State. St. Louis Cardinals Dave Btitz, DT, Purdue; Garv Keith- Icy, QB, Texas-El Paso; Fred Sturt, G, Bowllno Green: Terrv Metcalf, RB, Lonq Beach State: Tom Brahanev, C, Oklahoma: Dwayne Crump. DB, Fresno State; Phil Andre, DB, Washlnaton; Ken Jones, T, Oklahoma; Ken Garrert, RB, Wake Forest; Ken Klnp, LB, Kentucky; Bonnie Sloan, DT, Austin Peay; Danny San- soree, DE, Auburn; Dean Unruh, T, Oklahoma; Edward Robinson, DB, Lamar U: Dan Pelffer, G, Southeast Missouri State: Mclvin Parker, LB, Duke; Jim Hann, LB, Montana; Eric Crone, QB, Harvard. San Diego Chargers Johnny Rodqers, WR, Nebraska; Dan Pouts, QB, Orwon; James Thaxlon; TE, Tennessee State; Bill Slnoletary, LB, Temnle: Will'* McGee. WR, Alcorn A8.M; Jnnnie Knoble, LB, Weber stMe; Marvin Roberts, C, Michigan State; Tab B°nnett, LB. Illinois; Cliff Burnett, DE, Montana; Jav Douglas, C, Memohls State; Lynn Ahrens. T. Easfren Montana; Alfred Reese, RB, Tennessee State; Tony Adams, QB, Utah State; Garv Par- rls, TE, Florida Stale: Joe Petty, DB, Arirona State; Barry Darrow, T, Montana. San Francisco 49ers Mike Holmes, DB, Tetas Southern; Willie Harper, LB, Nebraska; Mike Fi'lk, LB, Indiana; Ed Beverly, WR, Arizona State; Arthur Moore, DT, Tulsa; John Mitchell, LB, Alabama; David Atkins, RB, Texas-El Paso; Roger Praetorlus, RB, Syracuse; Charlie Hunt, LB. Florida State; Tom Dahlber«, RB, Gustavus Adolphus; Larry Pettus, T, Tennessee State: Al Kelso, C, Washlnofon; Dennis Morrison, QB, Kansas State; Mike Bet- tioa, WR, Humboldt State; Mike Oven, TE, Georgia Tech; Bob Erickson, G, North Dakota State. Washington Redskins Charles CSnfrell, G, Lamar U.; Mike Hancock, TE, Idaho State; Rick Gaibos, RB, Ohio State; Eddie Sheafs, LB, Kansas; Ken Stone, DB, Vanderblit; Ernie Webster, G, Pitt; Dennis Johnson, DT, Delaware; K«rt Marshall, DB, Cameron; M*e Wednwn, K, Colorado: Jeff Davis, WR, Morris Hill, N.C. Early scores high Trapshoot opens with a bang By BILL QUIMBY Citizen outdoors writer If the first day of serious shooting means anything, Judy Matthews of Sedalia, Mo., Zip Eaton, of Helena, Mont., Don Bonillas of San Jose, Calif., and Don Ewing of Onawa, Iowa, ar.fi the gunners to watch during the 25th An- nual Midwinter Trapshoot being held this week at the Tucson Trap and Skeet Club. All four shooters posted impressive scores during preliminary shooting Tuesday and in two matches yesterday -- the first rounds of the five- day trapshoot. Judy Matthews won top money for lady shooters in both the Tucson 100 Singles event and the Casa Grande Handicap yesterday. She lost only three targets in the singles match and'tied with a score of 92 with Eleahore Polchow of Lakewood, Calif., in the handicap event. The scores in the 25 target handicap shootoff were Matthews 23, Polchow 21. · Bonillas and Ewing tied with perfect scores in preliminary .shooting Tuesday were still tied after yesterday's singles match. Eaton also posted 100s in Tuesday's shooting and in the Tucson 100 singles event, but standouts Cltlltn Phete by Rmi HiirtUMirtY* Zip Eaton of Helena, Mont, (left), and Pete Billington of Kansas City shot perfect 100s yesterday in Class AA competition in the 25th annual Tucson Midwinter Trapshoot. The event runs through Sunday at the Tucson Trap and Skeet Club range at 22nd Street and Pantano Wash. Lafee Placid gets approval to work for Olympic bid LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) - Lake Placid officials set to work today to gain final approval in their long-time bid to host the 1978 Winter Olympic games after the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) voted yesterday to select this village as the American entry for the Games. ' The decision will be made in Lausanne, Switzerland, Feb. 34 at a meeting of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). Mayor Robert J. Peacock said, "The only thing we can do is submit substantially the same bid presented in January to the USOC," when that group picked Salt Lake City to replace OC- chosen Denver as the American nominee for the winter games. Colorado voters forced Denver out last year, and Salt Lake City withdrew. USOC President Clifford Buck announced that his committee cabled the IOC stating that the USOC had certified "Lake Placid's competency to originate and stage the Games if the Lake Placid Committee obtains the necessary federal funds." Five representatives from Lake Placid will appear in Lausanne to present the Adirondack village's proposal. The five include Peacock, North Elba Town Board member James "Bunny" Sheffield -- a veteran bobsled competitor -- and the three- member Lake Placid Provisional Olympic Organizing Committee. Peacock said he saw immediate and long-range benefits for the village area if the games were held there. He said some highways that have needed widening would probably have to be widened before the games. He said the village's water supply and' distribution system is adequate to any demands that might be placed upon it. He said activities would be "confined to areas already in recreational use." Therefore, he said, he saw no ecological damage. The 14-year mayor said the state had promised to upgrade its facilities in the area. Peacock said he took this to mean Mt. Van Hoevenberg Park and Whiteface Mountain. In seeking state assistance, Peacock said he has been dealing with T. Norman Kurd, secretary to Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and widely regarded as the governor's right-hand man. Golf Notes Skyline Country Club Defending champion Jack Maas of Englewood, Colo., stormed into today's semi-final round of the 10th annual Skyline Invitational golf tournament with an 8 and 7 win over Gene Blessings of Colorado Springs, Colo., yesterday. E.T. Gravette of La Jolla, Calif., will face Maas in today's match. Gravette defeated Tucsonian pave Counts, 4 and 3, yesterday. The other winners yesterday were John Allison of Fayetteville, Ark., and Harold Campbell of La Jolia, Allison- deti- sioned Vern Poest of Leeland, Tex., 3 and, 2, while Campbell dropped last year's runner-up,. Philip Savage of Oklahoma City, one up. Solar Salute named top horse SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- Solar Salute, winner of 10 races and $258,550 during 1972, has been named thoroughbred'-of-the-year by the California Racing Hall of Fame. Tucson National Shirley Gunderson's 76 won ·the Western Pin event yesterday at Tucson National Golf Club. t Linda Carter paced the A Flight low gross with an 83, while Evelyn Rosenbaum was low net with a 78. In the B Flight,. Dorothy Akin was low gross at 109. Shirley Gunderson was low net at 76. ;/··-: ·· ' ' C Flight low gross honors went to Annette Matties and Arthel Capps with 106s. Ruth Wheeler was low net at 81. In the D Flight, Gerry Knapp took tow gross with a 120. Ruth Catalba, Marge Roetzel and Blossom Joseph shared low net honors with 85s. Golf Class A beginning golf course for women is being started at the YWCA, 302 ' E. .University Blvd. Georgia Childress instructs the class, which meets Mondays and Thursdays from 9:45-10:45 a.m. The fee for 16 lessons is $12 and registrations are now being taken at the YWCA. was shot down in a six-man shootoff for runnerup in the handicap event. Favorites Larry. Gravestock iand.Britt Robinson, both from Texas, did not compete Tuesday arid did not fare well yesterday, dropping two to four birds in both events. Gravestock won the Tucson Trap- shoot in 1971 and 1972. Robinson won last week's Phoenix Trapshoot. More than 600 shooters are exjpected-to compete in the Tucson trapshoot before it ends Sunday, but yesterday's shooting consisted of only 70 squads (350 gunners). "Our registration really doesn't start building up until the weekend," club secretary Eldon Heaston said. "But, we've never coirie close to 350 shooters during the first day's events." Heaston estimated that between 400 and 450 shooters would compete in today's Phoenix 100 and the Tucson 'Doubles Championship, The singles match yesterday is still undecided because of a six-way tie between Pete Billinton of Kansas City, Mo., Malcomb Simmerman of Sepulveda, Calif., Bonillas, Eaton, Karrel Hilldebrand of Vandacia, Mo., and Hollis . Jones of Jeffersonyille, Ind. All fired perfect 100s. All except Jones are Class AA shooters. Jones is rated Class A. The winner of the competition was to be decided in today's shooting. - The winner in Class B singles was also undetermined because of a tie. Frank Naegeli of Minot, N. D., and Art Sacy of Vernon, B.C., posted twin 99s. Judy Matthews won the Class C match with a 97. David Frey of Salina, Kan., won Class D with'a 96. Henry Hein of La Crescent. 'Minn., shot a..J»6 in the Casa Grande Handicap to win the championship, but a shootoff was needed to determine the runnerup. Eaton, Robert Karrer of Terrance, B.C., James Spurlock of Stratford, Tex, Myron .Carter of Tulsa, Okla., .Anthony Sims of Sault Ste. Marie, Can., and Randy Kamrath of St. Paul, Minn., all shot 95s. ; Kamrath, 17, had the option of competing in the shoot-off for the runnerup award," or taking the high-junior trophy. He chose to compete, beating out the other five contenders in a Shootout that lasted well into dusk at the unlighted range. Kamrath was high junior on Tuesday, also. Tomorrow, shooters will compete in just one event -the Tombstone Handicap -with 100 gargets shot at 18 yards and over, depending upon the rating of the shooters. ·Saturday, the 200 target Tucson Singles Championship will be determined and on Sunday, the Tucson Grand Handicap will be held. Shooting starts each day at 9:30 a.m. at the Tucson Trap and Skeet Club's range at 22nd St. and Pantano Wash. FACTORY OVEN-BAKED 7000 COLOR CHOICES EXPERT BODY WORK FREE ESTIMATES Whether We Do The Work or Not! "MAACO PUTS YOUR CAR THROUGH SOME BEAUTIFUL CHANGES" 18th and Euclid 624-8805 NEXT To Sam Levitz MQM..FR1. 7:31 TO 5:30, SAT. f:M Tl 2:N MORE PEOPLE FROM HOLMES TUTTLE other Tucson Dealer ·^^···············^···^··^··^······^^···^·i CHECK OUR PRICES BEFORE YOU BUY [Alt Maj«r Credit I Curds Acc«|rtt4 If* inttint Crtdrt (CATCHER TIRE AND AUTOMOTIVE CENTER 15744 E. SPEEDWAY · Ph. 298-3307 HOURS: M«fl,-Fri. 9 t* * · t«twrrf«y · to 2 Pro Hoe Montreal .... 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