Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1966 · Page 34
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1966 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N STATE'S FINEST TRACK Salpointe Opens $200,000 Facility SPORTS 111 J ri -i' I I J 1 The New Look --Citizen Photo By Bill Hopkins Salpointe's fine high jumper Randy Wooley tests the Lancers' new rubberized synthetic material apron while Coach Ed Lucz looks on. Wooley, a 6-2 high jumper, and his mates dedicated the new track this afternoon. Titans Defeat Devils Palo Verde apparently plans 'to rule the 4AA baseball scene again. . The Titans, defending 4AA .champions and state Class AA ·runnersup, opened the season .yesterday with an impressive 5-1 win over visiting Sunnyside. " Palo V e r d e got three-hit pitching from ace Terry MacDonald and eight hits, includ- ·ing three singles from t h i r d ·baseman Pat Anderson and a '.leadoff solo home run by cen- ·Jerfielder Ernie Saccani. ···'· In other 4AA openers yesterday, Ron Albrecht's sixth inning s-olo home run provided ·host Amphi with a 6-5 win over Rincori and Catalina's B o b Marusa four-hit host Tucson, 4-1. John Juergensmeyer's hot bat "netted Salpointe's 7-0 win over ,(3358 A San Manuel in the only other game yesterday. Juergens- jneyer homered, tripled a n d singled, drove in three RBIs and scored three times. Palo Verde 5, Sunnyside 1 SUNNYSIDE 100000--1 3 0 PALO VERDE 401 OOx--5 8 2 . Bridges (L, 0-1) and Gonzalez; McDori: aid (W, 1-0), Surratt (6) and Dela Vega, Whip (6). Home Run--Palo Verde, Saccani. Catalina 4, Tucson 1 .CATALINA 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 -- 4 6 2 TUCSON 000 000 1-- 1 4 2 Marusa (W, 1-0) and Bouge; Gutierrez ..(L, 0-1), Felix (6) and Alday. Amphi 6, Rincon 5 R I N C O N 5000000-- 5 6 4 AMPHI 120 012 X- 6 5 3 Formiller, JacoYne (L, 0-1) (6) and Schwartz. Lounsbury, Davis (W, 1-0) (5) -and Graham, Hershberger (5). Home runs--Amphi, Albrecht. Salpointe 7, San Manuel 0 SALPOINTE 321 100 0- 7 10 1 SAN MANUEL . . . OCO 000 0- 0 S 3 Gallegos, Melead (W, 1-0) (4), Hudson 7) and Juergensmeyer; Navarro (L, O-l)/ Amador (6) and Norby. - Home run--Salpointe, Juergensmeyer. HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS SPORTS CALENDAR ; TODAY ' 8 p.in.--Dog racing, Tucson iGreyhound Park. TOMORROW 9:30 a.m. -- Cleveland Indians' spring training, Hi Corbett Field. 8 p.m. -- Dog racing, Tucson Greyhound Park. GIRLS PALO VERDE 7 SALPOINTE 0 : At Salpointe Ann Grigsby def. Mary Blake 6-1, 4-2; Jean Mach def. Frances Ramsower 6-0, 9-7; Sue Jones def. Pam Ferry 4-4, 4-2; Mary Shimko def. Alana Loomer 4-0, 4-0; Ann Urias def. Cathy McBride 4-1, 4-0; Grigsby- Mach def. Blake-Ferry 4-0, 4-1; Jones- Shimko def. Ramsower-Loomer 4-1, 4-0. TUCSON 7, AMPHI 0 At Amphi Sarah McKasson def. Susan Snodgrass, 6-1, 6-1; Paula Aboud ·"·'.. Diane Hornbeak, 6-2, 8-6; Kate ' !r def. Suzee Brown, 6-0, 4-0; Lucy m def. Cathy Charowhas, 6-2, 4-0; LaSoyce Bell def. Phyllis Mason, 4-2, 6-0; McKasson-Lenoir def. Snodgrass-Hornbeak, 8-6; Aboud-Lim def. Brown-Charowhas, 8-0. CATALINA 7, SUNNYSIDE 0 at Sunnyside Cathy Krucker (C! def. Jan Gasa 6-2, 6-1; Prodie Porter (C) def. Pat Forcier 6-1, 6-4; Georganne Barnes (C) def. Jeannette Chumbler 6-1, 6-4; Betty Winfield (C) def. Aeida Ariga S-7, 7-5, 8-6; Trina Anderson (C) def. Matilda Becera 4-4, 6-3. Doubles: Porter and Krucker def. Gasa and Forcier 8-4; Anderson and Barnes def. Chumbler and Bacera 8-2. BOYS TUCSON 7, AMPHI 0 , At Tucson Mike Riag def. Tom Treininser 6-1, 4-1; 'Bob Lohse def. Lewis DuFont 4-2, 6-2; Barry Sylvester def. David Curtis 6-0, 6-2; Erich Bock def. Scott Herholb 6-3, 6-0;. Ed Duie def. Brad Wilson 6-0, 6-1; Loshe-Sylvester def. Treinlnger-Du- Pont 6-3, 6-2; Bock-Duie def. Curtis- Herbhold fl-2. PALO VERDE 7, SALPOINTE 0 at Palo Verde Jim Skevington (pv) c'ef. Tom Stamp 4-1, 4-2; Bruce Armstrong (PV) def. Tim Knutson 6-0, 6-2; Barry Gordon (PV) def. Mark Kaiser 6-0, '6-0; Mike Jones ( P V ) def. Phil Cruz 4-0, 6-3; Charles Schwartz- mann (PV) def. Ken Jackimczck 6-0, 4-0. Doubles: Armstrong-Gordon def. Knut- ston-Stamp 8-3; Skevington-Schwartzmann def. Kaiser-Jackimcick 8-3. Jayvee: Palo Verde 3, Salpointe 0. Capistrano Last Race For Longden LOS ANGELES (AP) - The jockey they call Grandpaw, Johnny Longden, says he will ride his last race Saturday. At 59, Longden has ridden 6,030 winners, including a triple- crown winner, Count Fleet, in 1943. His last race, he says, will be Saturday's ?125,000 San Juan Capistrano Handicap at Santa Anita. "Win, lose or draw, Saturday I'll hang 'era up," Longden said yesterday. He has been a jockey for 40 years. Longden said he has received an offer to become trainer for a prominent stable in Florida, but declined to elaborate. Smythe Protests Title Bout TORONTO (AP) - A director of the Maple Leaf Gardens quit today because the Cassius Clay-Ernie Terrell heavyweight title fight will be held in the building on March 29. Connie Smythe, 71-year old veteran of two World Wars, said he quit because the Garden management had put cash ahead of class. He has been connected with the Toronto club of the National Hockey League for many years and is one of the more widely known sportsmen of Canada. "A FIGHT that isn't good enough for Chicago or Montreal certainly isn't good enough for Maple Leaf Gardens," Smythe said. He added that he objects to the fight because of Clay's statements about U.S. involvement in Viet Nam. John Bassett, chairman of the board of the Gardens, said he refused to accept the resignation. He said it should be submitted before the whole board "where others with different views would have a chance to put their, case." But Smythe said he intends to make the resignation stick. Smythe added that "we've got no right being in the boxing business anyway. It helped to kill Jim Norris (former head of the defunct International Boxing Club and co-owner of Chicago Black Hawks, who died last month) and I don't want the same thing happened to any of my contemporaries." BASSETT said Smythe wired him Monday saying if the Gardens got the fight he would resign. He replied that the Gardens had entered into an agreement to stage the fight if it was approved by the Ontario Athletic Commission and could not break that agreement. Bassett said Clay's opinions about Viet Nam "could be no concern of ours." "Many athletes and many other men did not serve in the last war, but they had not been barred from the Gardens.'' "This was not our role -- we could not sit in' judgment on other people's motives," Bassett said. By ED JORDAN Citizen Staff Writer It took 16 years, but it was well worth the wait. When it came to track. Sal- pointe was dirt poor. The Lancer spikers practiced on grass, caliche, rocks and dirt and com- pe'ed at various sites in town. But now the Lancers can boast the best track and field facilities in Arizona. THE PLUSH structure, located east of the football stadium, has more gadgets than a bachelor's apartment. For examole, the $200,000-plus nlant features: double runways for broad jump and pole vault; wide 46-inch lanes as opposed to the standard 36-38: potentially fast track of a crushed brick and clay mixture; and a rubberized synthetic all-weather surface material. The last half of the broad jumo and pole vault runways consist of Tartan, an all-weather surface which offers plenty of spring in the final 10-15 yards. The broad jump and shot put rin? also has a Tartan surface. Another striking attraction is location of events. Regardless of which one of the 1,000 seats a fan fills, there is a complete view of all events. Facing the bleachers are the finish lines and pole vault pit. East of the pole vault area is the broad jump. The discus is located in the north corner and the broad jump and shot put in the south end. "THE ADVANTAGE of this all-weather Tartan is that it doesn't take any maintenance," says Salpointe track Coach Ed Lucz. "It will hold up for 20-40 years and you can't damage it. The spring in the surface will also cut injuries. "They say that it takes two to five years before a track is ready," adds Big Ed, "but this track is ready now." Speed is expected to be the big feature of the track, thanks to the two- inch mixture of crushed brick and clay. "We're also using Tartan in the shot ring and John Gleeson (Salpointe baseball coach) is using some below the rubber on the pitcher's mound. John hopes' to have a Tartan batter's box too. "We have plenty of outstanding facilities on this track," continues Ed, "but the bisgest feature is that we are not dictated by a football field. One advantage of building a track is that it eliminates sharpness of the turns. Our track is more rounded and it's banked to the maximum one inch per 10 feet." NOT ONLY is the new track expected to give Lucz' program a shot-in-the-arm. but also in the future. Lucz has organized a 10-team parochial junior high program with three triangular meets scheduled every Saturday morning. Another big feature is lighting. All told, the track will have 40 lights. Salpointe dedicated its track and field park this afternoon in a dual meet with Douglas and its big unveiling will take place Saturday night in a dual with Sunnyside. The Lancers have had great track performers in the past. And just think what Fernando Leon. Fred Reece and Terry DeJonghe could have done with this set-up! It took 16 years, but it was worth the wait. * * * ED-rrORIALS -- One of the soring's biggest losses will be that of Pueblo's outstanding track star John Douglas. Douglas, a 6-4 high jumper, 23-foot broad jumper and 50 second quartermiler, has decided to bypass his final season . .. Junior Mike Holly vaulted 11-6 this week to move within one foot of Pueblo's school record . . . Miler Mario Castro of Sunnyside is apparently in for a fine season. The 5-foot-5 125-pound junior ran a 4:28 trial. His career best is 4:26 . . . Flowing Wells has found a sprint mate for 10-flat man Dave Anderson in Snowflake · transfer Matt Abrams. .. Palo Verde's swimming team will be somewhat weak for the next three weeks as Jerry Bauman recuperates irom an uicer jess Molina, EXPERIENCED MANAGER SALARY $72,000 up, Commensurate with Ability Experienced manager for service division of large factory In Los Angeles Area^ Complete responsibility and authority for all phases of business. 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Mesa Westwood's center Steve Pearson \va? the only Arizonan to land a berth on Scholastic Magazine's 1965 All-America high school football team . . . RACING BALTIMORE--..arK "cope. SIS, won the Worthir.glo'i Handicap at Pimlicc by a nose over Red s^arf. MIAMI--Creme Delta Cremf, $3.40, beat Jubilance by a half-length and overcame a ckw^le tool claim to win the fe8ti»e at Gi'Hstream Park. NEW ORLEANS. L». - Eags Eagie, J10.40. edged Tlrifllo to win the feature at the Fair Gro"nds. HOT SPRINGS, Ark.-Ca'!rs Wittv, S6.60, woti the teaulre race at Cakfawn. 1 ARCADIA, Calif.--Silk Hat, $17.0, romped horn* 3'7 lengths in front o f ! Les Gra^d Bois to win the feature at I Santa Anita | BOXING ! M'AMI BEACH-Douti Jcnp., )9i. N e w ' · York, knocked out Lou Ballcv. 188. | Omriho, Neb., ^. TOLEDO, Ohio--Rubin Carter, 157, Pa- ter^sn, N. J., outpointed Wilbort Skest- pr McClur?, 16). Toledo, 1C. LEWISTON, Me.-Tom AAcN«eley, JC9, Medfield, /Viass., outpointed Claude Rov, 183, Montreal, 10. 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