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SATURDAY. MAY 13. 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 11 MAJOR LEAGUE/ AVERAGES Ainerfctt National LotgB* V. Loulf Pmnxinh Cincinnati Atlanta Los Anttfles San FranclK* 172 124 117 .277 tt* 11J \» IS 104 31k 951 1U MI 24 107 .154 |A1 1M M4 M 100 242 M 77 197 7 72 .215 IS) N If4 23 M .237 TiS t4 172 14 13 .275 7(3 «t 171 U 7* .211 141 tt 1U 12 to .217 M 1*7 U il .211 York INDIVIDUAL BATTINQ Gentry Stops Lobos; Devils Seek Series Sweep Cepeda Srt. Kranepool NY · Itey P«h lemente Pali rock SrL "Hi. p » h efttwrt LA SH food StL ;miams Chi izeroskl Pah AcCarver StL . T»ytor PW arty Ati . Akxj Atl .All*n PM Inson Ctn avler StL Johnson ch tron Atl ose Cln Marls StL Urns Cln lunt LA «Illps Chi airly LA Abys SF ·onialei Phi orrt Atl unKs Chi alllion Phi 'em Cln Mathtws Htn Barker LA .Alou SF Jeckert Chi Mtxvlll StL C. 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Jackson StL PITCHINC m»rt dtciitoni) IP H BB SO W L ERA 35 28 30 20 25 17 41 38 7 31 12 25 7 27 16 34 3 1 1 1 3 40 40 12 25 3 1 63 58 10 S? 5 3 63 58 10 59 5 3 44 44 15 21 43 28 24 39 39 37 13 24 54 46 9 33 34 30 8 14 46 40 24 35 48 43 11 19 47 37 10 43 40 39 12 21 41 31 10 26 2 41 31 13 32 3 23 20 14 19 0 43 39 10 IB 25 27 S 19 33 36 33 37 34 33 .. _ 7 2 1.7 2.1! 2.1 2.1! 2.2 2.4 5 3 2.4 3 2 2.42 S 0 2.49 3 2 2.7 1 3 2.8 2 2 2.88 3 2 2.9 3.0C 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.2 3.4 3.7 3.8 4.0 4.0 4.1 4 2 4 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 2 2 2 MESA (UPI) -- Arizona State University tried to improve its chances for the Western Athletic Conference Southern Division baseball title today in a day-night doubleheader against New Mexico at Rendezvous Park here. Righthander Tom Burgess, 11-2, started against New * * * Mexico's Bob McAulay, 6-3, in the afternoon contest with southpaw Jeff Pentland, 124, slated to go against the Lobos' Bruce Koch, 4-2, in the 7:30 p.m. contest. The Sun Devils put together an 11-hit attack behind the 4-hit pitching of Gary Gentry to take vhe series opener, 7-2, yesterday. * * * ASU got its first run in the opening frame when lead-off man Fred Nelson singled, went to second on an error, and scored on Randy Bobb's double. The Sun Devils added one run in each inning, except the second, to coast to victory. Scott Reid ,got ASU's run in the third with a home run over the left fence and Rahph Carpenter closed out' the Devil scoring in the eighth with another homer over the left wall. New Mexico's ace hurler, Ralph Sallee, was chased in the fifth inning after ASU got eight hits, two each in the first, third, fourh and fifth. Gentry, who limited (he Lobos to two hits through the first eight innings, saw his shutout spoiled in the final frame when he walked leadoff man Paul LaPrairie, gave up a single to Mrk Johnson, and Bill Posen got on a fielders' choice. Dick Storey singled in LaPrairie and Posen after Johnson was put out at second. The win boosted ASU's con- ference record to 3-4 and dropped New Mexico to 4-6. A sweep of today's doubleheader by ASU would set the stage for a showdown for the Southern Division title in next weekend's 3-game series with division-leading University of Arizona. Yesterday's scheduled Utah-Whyoming game at Laramie was postponed because of snow. The Redskins and Cowboys will try to play three games today. SOUTHON DIVISIOM Arizona t 3 Ariz. Slate ) 4 New Mexico 4 t NORTHERN DIVISION W U Brlgham Yount * 3 Wyoming 2 2 Utah 2 S Pet. .467 .42* .400 . Ml .500 .2*6 Dons' Coach Praises UA Baseballers By JIM DAWSON Assistant Sports Editor Vincc Cappelli is sold on the Jniversity of Arizona's fabulously successful baseball program, but he was rooting for the Wildcats to stumble today. Cappelli, coach of small-college power University of Albuquerque, sent the Dons against' the Wildcats in a doubleheader on the UA diamond this afternoon after watching his team drop a 6-0 decision to the Arizonans yesterday. "I've always admired Arizona's baseball program," said Cappelli. "Coach Frank Sancet is the greatest. He claims he doesn't have -the hitters this year, but his players have a lot of experience. . .the Wildcats just don't beat themselves." Sancet sent left-handers Rich Hinton (6-2) and Don Udell (00) to the mound today against the Dons, who were expeefed to counter with Ron Lente (5-2) and either Jim Acee (5-2) or Anastacio Padilla (4-3). Southpaw Pat O'Brien and r i g h t-hander Steve Brasher allowed only three Dons to reach base yesterday as they combined for a. two-hit shutout. O'Brien worked seven innings and yielded both hits, but his control was never better. He struck out seven and walked none while picking up his sixth victory among eight decisions. Brasher allowed only one walk over the last three innings and that baserunner, Lente, was erased by a double play. Eddie Leon and Terry DeWald had two hits each for the Wildcats, who managed only two earned runs and seven safeties o f f Albuquerque starter John Sanchez (6-3) and Frank Morrissey. DeWald collected his 24th and 25th stolen bases of the season tc close in on the school record of 29. Shortstop Leon drove in two runs and started his 22nd double play of the season. Arizona broke through fop three runs in the third inning on a walk, DeWald's single, a sacrifice fly by Hinton, Leon's double and an error. The victory was the 32nd in 44 games for the Wildcats. Albuquerque, which had won 13 of its previous 14 starts, suffered its 16th loss against 27 triumphs. WILDCAT BOX SCORE Cats 6, Dons 0 ALBUQUERQUE ARIZONA ab r h bl ab r h bl DeWald 2b 5 2 2 0 Acee cf-lf 4 0 0 0 Hinton I t 2 0 0 1 Johnson 2 b 3 0 0 0 Worlev It 1 0 0 0 " 0 0 0 Leon u Hunt rl -ents rf Simon It surrell cf 3 0 0 0 ' - -Q 0 0 0 Mansfield Ib 3 0 0 0 Morales c 3 0 1 0 Galasslnl s s 2 0 0 0 Monserrat ph 1 o 0 0 B. Acee 3b 2 0 1 0 .Brooks ph 1 0 0 0 Maev 3b Sanchez p 2 0 0 0 Morrlssty P 1 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 Brlaftm »r-rf 6 0 0 0 Stitt c f 4 0 1 0 Sefferovch cf 0 0 0 5 O'Brien p 3 0 0 0 Brasher D 1 0 0 0 Hall 3t_. 3 0 1 0 HUDDLESTON STARS i. Trojans Rip Tucson, 8-1 SPORTS CALENDAR 0 0 a Tots) 27 B 2 ( McMacKIn c 2 1 0 0 Ellerbrock c 0 0 0 0 Wicklund Ih 7 0 0 0 W«jton tb 2 1 0 0 Total! ... 34 7 4 ALBUQUERQUE .......... CM 000 OW-ARIZONA ........ , - - - - i - i - «M 0!« l»x-- 4 E-- Johnson ·}, Galasjinl, Simon. DP-- Leon-DeWild-Welton. LOB-- Albuquerque 1. SB-- D«Wald (21, ._ Leon. 3B--Hall, Leon. SF--Klnfon. Sanchez (L-4-3)) 4% 6 Morrlssty 1W 1 O'Brien (W-6-2) ' Brasher 6 2 3 0 ER 2 0 0 0 BB SO 1 3 1 1 0 7 0 1 Balk-- Moirissty. U-O'Oell and K-afusi. T-- 2:U. A-- 491. Welton Heads Home Arizona first baseman Mike Welton rounds third base and heads home with the fifth Wildcat run in yesterday's game against the University of Albuquerque. Welton, who drew life when his outfield fly ball was dropped in the seventh inning scored from second on Eddie Leon's high-hopping single over third base. Arizona won, S-0. (Citizen Photo by Bruce Hopkins) 2AA Track, Field Athletes Favored Over 4AA Tonight DIVISION 4AA SPRING SPORTS Catalina Adds Gymnastics, i ( Golf To Championship List Friday, May 12, definitely] will b« a day to remember at Catalina High School. Th« Trojans won three Division 4AA spring sports titles yestferday, adding the gymnas- tics and golf championships to their baeball title. Catalina's gymnasts, under the coaching of Preston Kitten- house, registered 68 points--52 more than runnerup Tucson--to DIVISION QUALIFYING GYMNASTIC FLOOR ^z» cl u.1^4, i'lTrcobtj t; Larry Pearson It) 14.tL.SlD -- 1, William Alexander (A). - 1. J,«' (C) ».,. .,, soots CTJ is.: Hoover Vl^. 5,° Ron HORs| Y4.5.~3, "Jtd 'Beirtschman GOLF Vtrd* 4. mi N*rt1i 1. CATALINA »F- Twry Short 37- TUCSON'S MOST COMPLCTF' JACK ELLIS. .STORTING GOODS C A S T H R O a O W f l Y MA 2-2177 MA 2-120? Tht latest? about it In YOUNG CITIZEN ;,4 35--72, Dennle purr 34-40--76, John Jannetto 37-36--73, Mike Cochran 38-38--76, Chris Cochran 43-42--8S; 2. RINCON TO5-John Trobaugh 35-37-72, Robin WH- lams 40-35--75, Greg Dent 40-40--80, Art Brown 44-44--88, Jay Pruitt 43-35--78; 3. PALO VERDE 354--John Shanley 3637--75. Rick Riddle 43-38--41, Tom Quebedeaux 34-41--77, Dave Hill 4343--W, Armen Dlrtadian 40-41--81! 4. SALPOINTE 323--Steve Prenda 38-39--77. =rank Strvker 44-W--86, Mlf« McAnnls 34-40--78, Tim Gsrlgan 42-40--82, Bob ·Jeorette 42-45-67f S. TUCSON 3J4--Do- mlnso Alvarez 37-42--79, Walter Ortolek 38-40--78, Jimmy Resgo 42-42--44, Rudy .eon 42-42-43, Georse Riesgo 47-44--93; ' SUNNYSIDE 331--Barry Smith 41 39-- K. Dan Eskew 40-4 Barry 5-*?, MM Mor- jy--fj, L/dn o^ew *v-** -- -^--^ row 4-44-U- Bill Voutas 44-39--85. Rob *rt Cardenas 45-44-«9r 7. AMPHI ~ b Brown 49-41-900, Bill Mptt 51. ._ Erik Eckhol-i 47.43-90, Bin Edl- nuer 44-44--90. Tom Bablenko 47-43--». MEDALIST PAR OUT--M-J-4-4-3-4-3-S--34 PAR IN M i 4.4-3-4-3-S--34--72 T r o b a u g h R--4-5-4-5-4-3-4-2-4--35, 4.4.5.4.4.4-3-4-47, 4-4-5-4-5-2-4-3-4-35-72: Short cc~c«*i p!§y ft ff t« Trobauoh on third hole. win 18 of 40 qualifying berths for next weekend's Class AA itate tournament. Jeff Bibb was Catalina's top gymnast again, winning his second consecutive all-around title. Coach Jim Black's Catalina golfers easily won the championship at Randolph's North Course, defeating Rincon by eight strokes, 297-305. The Trojans went into yesterday's nine-hole finale with a nine- stroke lead. Rincon's John Trobaugh won medalist honors when Catalina's Terry Short conceded a sudden-death playoff. Each shot par 72s. The state golf tournament will be held on Randolph's North Course Thursday and Friday and gymnastics meet at Catalina Saturday. By ED JORDAN Citizen Sports Writer GLENDALE - Division 4AA high school track and field athletes hope to rely on first-place finishes tonight for possible seconds and thirds next weekend. The 4AA stars travel to Washington High School's fast track here tonight for the Inter- Divisional meet against 2AA. The top four finishers in each event advance to next Saturday's Class AA state meet at Catalina. Tonigh's action begins at 7 o'clock with field events. Running events starting at 7:30. The 4AA division has been weak this spring, in fact, no Tucsonian leads the state in any event. The best 4AA performances have been a 49.3 quarter by Tucson High's Al Lewis and a 23-1% long jump by Pueblo's Flenard Grisby. Both rank second in Arizona. In comparing season's best performances, 2AA has a 1(M lead. Top 4AA s e a s o n entries, based on s performances, are Grisby and his teammate, Eddie Myers, in the high jump (65%), Grisby in the long jump, Lewis in the quarter and Catalina's Bob Torgerson in the pole vault (13-9%). Tonight's "marked" man will be Washington's crack sprinter, Tom Murphy, unbeaten in the 100 and 220 this season. Murphy, defending state 100 champion, has season's bests of 9.8 and 21.6 (curve) and has anchored the 880 relay team t. has 1:29.4 -- second best in I Arizona. (Advertisement) STEWART SETS TRACK RECORD Lode Stewart ia him 1W7 GTO Pontiae bnke the M lap record by a full M MComU wfiik winning the main event at TUCMA Motor Raceway Saturday night April a aatd an ail time 1 lap record 18.81 tec. May 8. Stewart and the other top late made! and bobby stack driven win be back la actta this Saturday night at the Raceway la a M« combiatatitja program ia whkh aeveral «st of towa driven art expected to compete. Taw Raceway cs located at Can Graade Hifhway aa4 Oraat Grovo Road. Startlai timei ia 8: IS PJfL A similiar Inter-Divisional (1AA-3AA) is being held at Al- lambra with the top four in each event advancing to the state meet. All other conferences are conducting state qualifying meets :oday. HIGH SCHOOL TRACK GLENDALE -- Here are the top entries for tonight's 2AA- 4AA Inter-Divisional track a n d field meet in the order the Citizen rates them on the basis of recent performances and potential (best feats also included): Running Events 100 DASH -- 1, Murphy, Washlnoton, (9.8). 2, Schwanenberoer, PV 10.6. 3 Anderson Tucson, 10.0. 4, Gonzales, Douglas. 220 DASH -- 1, Murphy Washington 21.6. 2, Gonzales, Douglas, 22.0. 3 Jackson, Pueblo, 21.4. 4, Anderson, Tucson, 22.5. 440 DASH -- 1, Lewis, Tucson, 49.3 2. Roberts, Amphi, 50.0. 3, Lewis, Pueblo, 51.1. 4, Hammer, Cortez, 50.4 880 RUN -- I, Cunningham, Cortez, 1 : 5 6 4 . 2, MeLaughlln, Washington, 1:56.9. 3, Palmer, Prescott, 1:57.7. 4, Contreras, Tucson, 1:59 MILE RUN -- 1, Palmer, Prescott, 4:21.2. 2, Castro, Sunnyslde, 4:23.7n. 3, Ortega, 4:37.2n 4, Romero, Tucson, 4:32 1.20 HIGHS -- 1, Capatlno, Cortez. 14.4. 2, Glbbs, Sunnyslde, 15.1. 3, Johnson, PV, 15.1. 4, Jenkins, Glendale, 15.4 180 LOWS -- 1, Flores, Sunnvslooe, 19.9. 2, Pererton, Washington, 19.4. 3, Baray, Tucson, 20.7. 4, Bradley, PV, 20.6. 860 RELAYS -- 1, 2, Pueblo, 1:30. 3, Douglas, 1:31.7. M I L E RELAY -- 1, 3:33.1 n. 2, Tucson. 3:23.3. 3:23.4. 4, Cortez, 3:25.3. SPORTS RESULTS Washington, 1:27.4. Tucson, l:31.2n. 4, Washington, 3, Pueblo, GOLF NEW ORLEANS -- Georse Knudson of Toronto shot a slx-under-par 64 and took the halfway lead In trie $100,000 Greater New Orleans Open with a 36-hoIt total of DALLAS -- Judy Klmoall posted a five- under-par 66 and tied Jo Ann Prentice tor the halfway lead In the $16,800 Dallas Clvllan Open with a 34-hole tolat of 136. AUTO RACING INDIANAPOLIS -- Lee Roy Yarbrough. of Columbia, S.C., escaped unhurt from the crash of his Mongoose Ford In a practice splnt at 144 miles per tiour before the qualifying trials for the Indianapolis 500 Memorial Day. TENNIS ROME -- Ion Tlrlac, Romania upset Ken Fletcher, Australia, 4-4, 4-2, 6-i to reach quarter-finals of the Italian Championships. CHARLOTTE, N.C., -- Ron Holmberg, (he defending champion from Dallas, was extended to three sets before defeating Allen Morris, Greensboro, N.C.. 6-4, 3-6, 6-4 In quarter-finals ol Charlotte Invitational Tournament. HORSE RACING CHERRY HILL, NJ. ( A P ) -- Jaclnto Vasquez, who had five winners Thursday, rode four more at Garden Statt Park Including Futura Bold, SU.60, In the feature. L NEW YORK -- Straight Deal, $5.40, beal Mac's Sparkler by three-qusrlers of a length In the Sabette Handicap at A^usdt'cf. BALTIMORE -- Waterloo Bridge, «.60, came through on the rail and won the feature at Plmlico by a nose over the favored Mlstv's Baby. CHICAGO -- Chestnut Park. $16.20, took tne I Will Purse by a length over Repeating at Sportsman's Park. BOSTON -- Cheerful Chap, $7, scored by three-quarteri of a length over Defensive Team In the Watertown Purie at Suffolk Downs. LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Masked Lady, $5, took the Prlrrtonelta Purse at Churchill Downs by a length over Miss No Mark. tNGLEWOOD. Calif. -- Snappy QuIHo, $5.20. won the Junior League Stakes nl Hollywood Park by three lengths over Dovecote. SAN MATED, Calif. -- Admiral Diver, S6.60, scored In the Wesllake Purse 31 the Tanforan-at Golden Gate Fields meeting. BOXING DETROIT -- Busier MalMs, 241, Grand Rapids, Mich., knocked out Ed Hurley, 201. Minneapolis, I. DETROIT -- Jim Howard, 201, Niagara Falls, N.Y., stopped Jim Hall, 185, Buffalo, N.Y., 1. DETROIT -- Willie Richardson, 200, San Jose, Calif., slopped Willie Williams, Detroit, 2. DETROIT -- Hedgeman Lewis, 148, Detroit, declsloned Primus WIHlams, 151, Cincinnati, 8 DETROIT -- Al Lewis, 216, Detroit, declsioned Earl Averette, 192, Detroit, 6. DETROIT -- Skeeter McClure, 157, De- 'rolt, stopped Doug McLeod, 153, Grand Rapids, Mich., 3 By JAN PETRANEK Catalina Correspondent Three long, frustrating years have ended for Catalina baseball coach Cliff Myrick. Myrick, whose highly regarded teams have gone into prolonged late-season slumps for three previous seasons, was undoubtedly the happiest man in Tucson yesterday after his Trojans stunned Tucson, 8-1, to win their first Division 4AA high school baseball championship. "I can finally get some sleep," said Myrick following the victory, which averted a possible Catalina-Tucson playoff next week. The win left Catalina with an 11-3-2 record--two games ahead of late-charging RSncon (10-5). Tucson dropped from second to third (10-6). "Boy, that Huddleston kept us in the game," said Myrick of his centerfielder, Bob Huddleston, who collected a second inning grand-slam homerun and single along with two stolen bases. Righthander Paul Pullen upped his record to -0 with his five-hitter. He struck out eight, walked four and yielded an unearned run in the fifth inning. Pullen also proved himself in the batter's box, opening Cata Una's seven-run second inning by driving in the first run on a single. Then, the other half o the battery, catcher Carlos Cuesta, singled to bring home what ultimately proved the game's winning run. S u n n y s l d e defeated Palo Verde, 2-1, and Bob St. John's third inning triple sparked Rincon's three-run rally and a 4-3 win over Amphi in other 4AA finales yesterday. Catalina 8, Tucson 1 TUCSON ............. 000 010 0-1 CATALINA S 2 x-« 9 2 Duraio (6) , lores ( 4 ) ; Pullen (W, 6-0-1) and Cuesta. Home run -- Huddleslon ICatallnal. .......... Monle (L, 3-2), Davis (J and Martinez, Currv (4), Flores 070 100 Davis (J), Field Events SHOT PUT -- 1, Bennett, Glendale, 5811. 2, Palmer, Washington, 595-OVi. 3, Mochlow, PV, fl-9. 4, Bryant, Tucson. 54-2. DISCUS -- 1, Thels, Corlez, 144-4'/-i. 2, McNabb, Gltftdale, 161-2V). 3, Gunzel, PV, 159-81/3. 4, Mucklow, PV, 1585-7. HIGH JUMP -- 1, Grisby, Pueblo, 4-5^. 2, Myers, Pueblo, 4-55H. 3, Scala, Cataltrw, 6-lVj. 4, Hauberg, PV, 6-2. LONG JUMP -- 1, Grisby, Pueblo, 23- l 1 /!. 2, Baray, Tucson, 22-4Vj. 3, Fougty, Glendale, 2M«. 4, Davis, Tucson, JI-2Vj. POLE VAULT -- 1, Torgerson, Cata- llns, 13-9W. 2, Mi'lnowskl, Slncon, 13-4. 3, Kllmlck, Surmyslope, 12-6. 4, Cam- ~«- 0\l. ITJi I CLIP THIS AD, BRING IT OUT TO THE AIRPORT. Pilot an airplane for $5 I On* »f eur authoring pllttt will taki you up In tht tity-to-fly Ctssni 150 and turn tht etntrols over to you. He'll sit beside you wHh dull eentreli while ytu fly tht airplant. Nt obligation -- but ask a bent flnancinf future flight ln«trucU«n. Salt course for as little as $14 par mtnth; camplite private ratinf for as little as $10 per week. Iy appointment you can fly wh«n*w it it convenient for you. Take advantap of this unusual opportunity t* find tut haw easy and fun trying an etreUiiM really to. MERCURY AVIATION CORP. TUCSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT JH4474 · Clip thu ad--SM ui today ·· I I.1IJ1 UA Tramples Devil Netters TEMPE (Special) -- Arizona crushed Arizona State Univer sity 8-1 in the first of two dua tennis matches yesterday. II was the 14th victory in 16 matches for the Wildcats, who have not lost to a Western Ath letic Conference team. The Sun Devils and Wildcats played here agan this morning. Brian Cheney of Arizona outlasted Dave Farmer 6-8, 9-7, 6-2 in the No. I singles match. Brian CrteneVr A, del, Oave Farmer 6-8, 9-7. 6-2; Dean penero, A def. Roger Wrlahl 6-4. 7-5; Garth O'Maley. A, def. Jim Halstead 6-3. 6-1; Jeff Corbln. ASU, def. Mike Howard 4-3, 6-4; Roaer Pelton, A, def. Vic Gedgondas 4-1. 7-5; Robb Salont. A, def. Alan Brechler 6-1. *·); Penero-O'Maley del. Farmer-Cor- bln 6-1, 6-2; Cheney-Howard det. Wrlaht- Gedgondas 6-3, 4-J: Ptlton-Salant ' ' ,MPHI .INCON Rincon 4, Amphi 100 002 003 100 0--3 X-- 4 7 1 4 2 ............ Davis L, 3-5), Coclo (5) and Kersch- eraer; Crawford, Jacome (W, 3-3-1) (i). ormlller (6) and Schwartz. Sunnyslda 2, Palo Verrk 1 'ALO VERDE ........ 001 000 0--1 5 3 UNNYSIDE ........ 110 000 X-- 2 6 1 Elcmneter (L, 4-6) and Surratt; Torres W, 4-4) and Gonzales. TONIGHT 7--Bowling Citizen Classic rolloffs, Lucky Strike Bowl. 7--Stock car racing. Tucson Raceway. 7 -- D r a g racing. Tucson Dragway. TOMORROW 7 P.M.--Bowling. Citizen Classic rolloffs, Golden Pin Lanes. Radio-TV 11:55 A.M.--Baseball. An- gels-Chisox, KCUB. 12:30 P.M.-Soccer. Pittsburgh-Toronto, Ch. 13. 12:40 P.M.--Baseball. Giants-Astros, KOLD. 1:55 P.M.--Baseball. Dodgers-Cubs, KTUC. 3 P.M.--Golf. New Orleans Open, Ch. 4. 4AA staHna n :T 2 ?lncon 10 i 1 ucson 10 4 0 )ouo)as 8 8 0 elo V*rd« 7 9 0 Sunnvslde 7 » 0 ~ ueblo 6 » 1 S«lpelnte 6 10 0 .mphl 5 1 1 0 Over-all 13 4 2 11 8 I 12 8 0 10 10 0 ? 10 8 10 7 10 . 7 10 1 7 11 0 Halslead-Brechler 6.], 4-1. dof. Laver, Ralston Battle In Finals SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) Australia's top seeded Rod Laver meets Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield, Calif., in the finals today of the International Professional Tennis Association Tournament. Laver defeated Earl Buchholz of St. Louis, Mo., Friday, 6-3, 6-1. Both Locations HOLMES TUTTLE FORD 800 E. 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