Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 1, 1973 · Page 43
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1973 TUCSON v D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 43 Tack Nichlaus LEFT SHOULDER CONTROL ONE OF THE MOST . COMMON FflULTS OF THE HIGH HRNDICflPPER IS fi FLRT, OR LEVEL, SHOULDER TURN. THE BflCKSWlNQ RLSO BECOMES FLflT flS THE LEFT, ELOW FLt^S OUT RND THE cuuFRCE IS O.RID OFF. S CORRECT SHOULDER TURN IS CONTROLLED BV THE LEFT SHOULDER* WHICH STflRTS DOWN 1MMEDIRTELY RS THE CLUB RND BODY MOVE: IN UNISON. THE LEFT SHOULDER CONTINUES TO COME DOWN RND RROUND X THE RIGHT SHOULDER COMES UP RNP AROUND* Norman, Wildcats top conference cage statistics Arizona's freshmen-powerd Wildcats lead the Western Athletic Conference in both individual and team offense anu Coniel Norman leads Arizona. , The Wildcats are the top offensive team in the WAC with ah average 78 points per game, with Brigham Young second at 73.3. Norman and teammate Eric Money are No. 1 and No. 4 in the individual scoring statistics. Norman is averaging 22.2 points per game in the WAC and 21.9 overall while Money, coming off two fine performances in Utah, has raised his WAC marktol9.6. Arizona's Al Fleming, another freshman, is seventh in the WAC standings with a 14.4 average. " , The Cats also lead the WAC in free throw percentage, making 72 of 90 for 800, and are second to BYU in field goal percentage at.512. ' - · · " |' - ···'·'.'.-·'.'' ' ' · ' Although the Cats lead the league in scoring, they are-also giving up points at!a faster rate than any other,club, allowing 77.6 per game. Arizona is tied for second in the WAC with 3-2 record, the same as Arizona State and Colorado State. BYU leads with a,-4-2 mark. All Games ·Recreation Roundup Weber State promotes Gwinn to head coach BASKETBALL City Leagues 'SUNNYSIDE JUNIOR HIGH Mutterer's Const. (Mllllron 17) def. Westenbero Concrete (Ollvas 15), 33-36; Amerinds (Beoay 141 def. Loafers (Hobson 15),S7-46;Ted's College Bar (Noll 17)' def. Ghosts Seabtoom 15), 56-43. . . MISSION MANOR Drifters (Beiarano 17) def.-Blazers (Macklln 17), 57-34; Tucson Tires won by forfeit ovet-Ft. Fenster; Spear Cliuckers (Spear 12) d«f, Circus Lounge (Robinson AMPHI JUNIOR HIGH Brut Corp (Lacey 13) def. Sol Diablo: (Bacco 19), 35-29; Sleep World won by forfeit over Glover-Miller; Griefs (Sarty 17) d«f.'Tucson Gas-1 (Woorley 10U 44-33. FLOWING WELLS JUNIOR HIGH First National Bank .(Cunningham 18). 43-41; ...Itreles, felt over Dung Heap ' AMPHI HIGH «6«rs (Prebl* 17) def. Anlmas Panthers, (Kerrey. .22), ...71 : 53;_ .Camajdicros OGDEN, : Utafo (AP) -Weber State College dipped into its own ranks for a new head football coach and named 36- year-old defensive specialist Kichard Lee Gwinn to the position. · The school's Institutional. Council unanimously appointed Gwinn to replace Sark Arslanian who resigned. Arslanian said he quit to enhance his chances for another job. Qwinn has served as a Weber State assistant for the past two years, and was selected out of a field of about 40 candidates. He said he plans to be- present members interviewed along with newcomers. def; Doubleclutchers (Malone 15), TWA (Roll 12) def. Mr. · Don's (Mtr Rubles 6), 30-24; 78,7 won by forfeit (Hushes, Lopez 18) def. Sornbos Bananas (Loutzenhelser 1»), 68-52; Purple Gorillas (Saenz 16) HawKs-1 def. (Chllds. 17 , 52- SUNNYSIDE HIGH · Tumblers (Ruedlng 10) def. Jim, Click (Hlnton 16), 34-31, Selbv Motors (Coffee ») def. Chevelles (Blair 11); 40-»; Engineer Testlna Lab (Thomas U) def. Leo's Auto (Wilford 12), 41-32,- Harwood Harrie fVIolina, Kier lead CDO against Cabs r O Conltl Norman 15 Eric Money 17 Al Fleming u Jim RapcTs * Ron Allen 17 Lynard Harris 1 John Irving ..;.,.-- 1 Tom Lawson ........ IL Phil Edwards^ 6 Paul Strong Randy Echols Jim Wakeffield , Jim McLauffMIn Arizona .... Opponents . Western Athletic Conference ".X Roland Molina and Mike Kier are two reasons why Canyon del Oro High's wrestling team is unbeaten in eight meets this season. ." The outstanding senior co- gaptains lead the Dorados into tonight's 8 p.m. match with Flowing Wells, a long-time rival, at CDO. · , ' · . ' i Also tonight Suhnyside travels to Tucson, Cholla visits Salpointe, Catalina entertains Sahuaro, Santa Rita' plays Best to Amphi while Rincon is ItPueiblo. ~ "Roland and Mike are my fines of communication with the team," said CDO coach Dick Evers. "They offer suggestions on tilings like conditioning. They aren't afraid to make more work for themselves if they think the team will benefit from it. Sometimes they tell me we aren't doing enough of one thing or another to prepare for meets;" Molina, the oldest: of three brothers in the CDO program, works with the lighter wrestlers while Kier, the younger brother of a former, GDO state champion, helps the middle and upper weight-class wrestlers. Molina and Kier are unbeaten at 100 'and 147 pounds, respectively. Last year, CDO and Plowing Wells took turns being needles in each other's side. Canyon won the dual meet during . regular season, but took second place to the Cabs in divisional meet and lost the state championship to Flowing Wells by a half point. 1 Phil' Edwards":;::::, i Paul Strona ......... 2 Randy Echos 4 Jim WaKefield 2 Jim AAcLaughlin 1 Conttl Norman ...... Eric Money Al Fleming Ron Allen Lynard Harris John Irving Tom Lawson ' fsnva .46-92 41-76 28-53 ftm-« 19-20 16-18 ,142 .000 141-311 .4*4 '1-1 0-0 0-0 72-JQ 21 14 10" 1 115° IN g 11 ,7, I ( (Younq 21) def. F»t Cats (Yates 10), Lakers. (Brannon 16) def. Big Sky Realty (McKella 9),J3-27; Tlnv's Bar Wllber 13) def. Burn Outs (Smith 13), 41- I i I Meet The Magnificent Men!. Harry Harrison H a r r y ' s been selling driving machines since The "Twenties". He has b e e n w i t h H o l m e s Turtle Ford since The "mid-fort i e s " . 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