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PAGE 3* T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9. ' _"Is this you Coach LaRue? I've found a great prospect f o r Arizona. He's 5-8,130 pounds, loves football and is heir to 18 oil wells. He'll make a Jousy player, but oh boy, what a great alumnus." n Scores In Trio But Prefers S-Man Teams ^_X \**/ \Jr m \_^ ^7 .M. · 9f -·· m ** ^^" j By JOHN LINDBLOM Citizen Staff Writer Trios are fine for singing, but not--Tommy Jordan believes-for bowling. That may seem a bit incongruous for the explosive Jordan in light of his 972 whopper in the Copa Budweiser Trio this week. However, even after that series he insists that the five- man team system is the only true measurement of league averages. "Trio leagues don't really give a true picture of a bowler's ability," he asserted. "It's like a not game. If you're hot, you stay hot because you're up there all the time." IN A five - man league, you're apt to forget what you did right from one frame to the next because of the wait involved. That's more of a challenge." Jordan carries a 197 average in the Budweiser league, but said that is about five or six pins better than his true average. "I bowled six games a night in a doubles league at Copa one go Millie Debuts In Grade 1 Tonight The much-awaited Grade 1 debut of Go Millie headlines tonight's card at Tucson Greyhound Park. First post is at 8. '- Go Millie, only 17 months old and owned by George C. Michalet, won all of her schooling races and then went from the maiden ranks to Grade 2 with three straight Hull Tries Again For Ice Record 4 NEW YORK (AP) - Chicago's" Bobby Hull goes after his record-breaking 51st goal for ,the third tune tonight as the ·Chicago Black Hawks battle to regain the lead in the National Hockey League race. Hull, who tied the 50-goal record he shares with former Montreal stars Maurice Richard and Bernie Geoffrion last 'Wednesday, has been blanked in his:;last two starts as Chicago suffered consecutive shutouts and dipped three points behind Montreal.. It was in New York four years ago that Hull reached the 50- goal plateau for the first time when he scored a goal in Chicago's final game of the season. 'E- was in a down-to-the-wire 'battle with New York's Andy Bathgate then and the man who guarded Bathgate for the Hawks that night will be .ing Hull for the,Rangers wins. A hard jam at the first 'turn irought her first defeat in Grade 2, but she bounced back with nother eight-length triumphJand onight looms as a solid 54 fa- ·orite in the featured tentturace. Sissie Commel (7-2) and Miss Moppet (9-2) are expected · to )rovide the major competition. ENTRIES FIRST-5-li Grade 1 . Reddi Goon 7-2 5. O.B.'s Alpha 8-1 .Altered 9-2 6. Handy Gus ' · ' · 8-1 . Friend W. 5-2 7. J.W.'s Hope 12-1 . J.A.'s Rwdy 6-1 8. Dealr's Edqe 10-1 SECOND-- Tuc*on Course Grade 2 . Grt Nobility 8-1 5. Tomella : 6-1 .Ginger Rich 9-2 6. Glamor Role" 12-1 . Kay Kris 5-2 7. O.B.'s Laser 8-1 ;. Solski 7-2 8, Emerande . 1 0 - 1 THIRD-- 5-16 Grade 3 .Tol'ble 8-1 5. Bob's Up ' 1 2 - 1 . J.W.'s King R. 7-2 6. Paper Flower 6-1 . Dial To Win 10-1 7. Tommy Davis 9-2 . Tootsy Maid 8-1 8. Campus Dance 5-2 FOURTH-- 5-16 Grade 3 . Free Dream 5-2 5. Your Ante 10-1 !. Hot Contact 7-2 6. Inez Wood : 9-2 I. Bexley 8-1 7. Another Jnes 12-1 I. Bard Hutch 8-1 8. Sunny Effort 6-1 FIFTH-- Tucson Course Gradt 4 ;. Yellowstone K 5-2 5. Bill's Sctcmn 12-1 :e's Reg Fleming, a right "wing who came to New York in a, trade last month and has a refutation as a tenacious checks'. While not exactly looking jprward to his assignment, Ijtlemins wasn't shying away Strom it either. g "My strategy?" smiles Fleming.- "I'm going to try not to let m "have the puck. If he gets it going to try and check him pefore he gets going. If he gets |way, I'm going to have to jeatch him." *· W L T PtJ, GF GA JWontreal ........... 3317 8 7 4 1 9 4 1 4 8 Chicago ............ 3220 7 71210158 3£ron?o ......... 2820 9 65175153 Setroit ........... UTM 62189167 Jlew York .......... 1 6 3 3 1 0 42 174 223 '.Boston ........... 1537 6 36143236 jjPay Increase |Turned Down I PHOENIX -W- A key Sen- jate committee yesterday rejected a raise for the state §ame and Fish director but approved a $250,000 appropriation JX repair the new Chevelon Canyon dam 45 miles south of Win |Jow. ·p The pay-raise bill originallj fyould have set fee new salary alt $22,500 a year, but this was Amended by a subcommittee to jp.500. *j Sen. Ray Thompson, D-Yuma attempted to amend the bill fur tier to $16,000, but this lost. ;[Then the bill was put up for a,' vote. The count was 5 to 4 in fe favor, but under committee ryles it needed six votes to have 4 majority of the eleven member committee. :*Sen. Glenn Blansett, D-Nava- jp, was the chief opponent of the ptoposed pay raise. He chargec fte Game and Fish Department with inefficiency. $Sen. E. B. Thode, D-Pinal, disagreed and said she feels the commission is efficient. year and carried a 201 average," he said. "I even had a 1,300 and I don't think I'd do that very easily in a five-man league." Despite his lack of appreciation for the three-man league setup, he found it to his liking Friday when he amassed a 729 totai in his first three games on efforts of 257, 267 and 205. He had 17 strikes in his first two games. HIS FINAL game was an equally creditable 243, giving him the third best four - game series ever shot in Tucson. Bob Dyer's 992 in the same league earlier this year is the all- time record. Jordan, who shot three 700s and a 300 game last year, has been consistent this season, but - . . . . v n n n . OI1JJ 1CVC1JUJ U.**. tvH fnr Kief games. Including his series in the Copa league, he had a string of six games in two leagues that read as follows: 256, 266, 205, 243, 236 and 223. Wyoming, Lobos Take WAC Leads Although Utah won the Western Athletic Conference basketball championship, Wyoming and New Mexico carried off the offensive and defensive honors, respectively. Scoring 224 points in their last two games, the Pokes finished their conference season with an average of 92.4 points per game. Brigham Young was second (91.3) and Utah, third (89.6). The Lobos held conference opponents to 77.1 points per game. Their defense cracked twice during the season, however, when they gave up 97 points to Utah and 104 to Wyoming. Arizona.won runnerup defensive honors with an average of 78.6 points, and Utah (85.1) was third. Utah, Brigham Young, and Wyoming all are ranked among the nation's best offensive teams. Although New Mexico was ranked sixth nationally in defense on Feb. 1 with an average of 61.4 points per game, conference opponents spoiled the Lobos' fine record. FINAL STANDINGS Conference Gimet TEAM Utah Bristvam Young ., Wyoming Arizona New Mexico Arizona State TEAM G Wyoming 10 Brls. Youns ..10 Utah ....10 Arizona State 10 Arizona . ....10 New Mexico . 10 TEAM G New Mexico ...10 Arizona 10 Utah 10 W L Pet. Pts. OP , 7 3 .700 896 851 '6 4 .600 913 863 5 5 .500 924 857 i S .500 74» 786 4 4 .400 745 771 3 7 .300 788 887 TEAM OFFENSE FGM FGA Pet. FTM FTA 370 '810 .457 184 278 351 773 .454 211 281 344 747 .452 204 285 309 755 .409 170 244 273 672 .406 203 271 249 629 .426 . 207 308 . TEAM DEFENSE FGM FGA Pet. FTM FTA 288 643 .450 195 258 Wyoming 10 Brig. Youns ...10 29* 337 315 341 341 MS 813 732 802 752 .444 .406 .430 .425 .453 U4 177 227 181 205 281 242 311 270 300 W 21 17 17 15 16 12 Pet. .662 .750 .715 .691 .749 .640 Pet. .756 .(73 .731 .730 ,.670 .683 All Gamei Pcf. Pts. .778 2530 .773 .654 .577 .667 14 .462 2135 2366 1930 2055 2003 OP 2053 1851 2127 1866 - 1644 2087 "I've only had a couple of 250's before this week," he said, "but I'd rather be consistent." * * * RUTH. GRIFFITH dominated the scene in women's competition by ripping a 678 series -- the highest three-game set to be shot in Tucson women's bowling in the past two seasons. Mrs. Griffith, a 169 average shooter in the Lucky Kings and Tommy Jordan Belts 972 series Queens, shot 97 pins over that average in the opening game for a 266. She followed up with games of 210 and 202. The previous high for this season was a 663 by Ann Feigel. The all-time high is 681 By Nancy Cook. * * * RAY BONSHOFF discarded all notions of a 300 game when he tapped a 10-pin in the first frame of his final game in Davis-Monthan Continental League action. But he came about as close as anyone can without a first - frame strike when he ripped a 289. : Bonshoff, who has a 177 average, carried 10 consecutive strikes before leaving a five- pin on his final ball en route to a 614 series. The game was the week's top effort. Other creditable games included a 277 by Frank Bruning in the Food Giant League at Cactus Bowl and a 257 by Wil- ma Henderson in the Lucky Scratch Trio. Jim Murray's 662 in the Independent League at Monterey Lanes was the finest three-game series. * * · * TUCSON TROPHY captured the team championship in the first annual Eagles bowling tour- MOMT; 232 - Edward Ctamtns, Vinct DlFwco. Jot McCltn*hin ; G«ne Newell, Pawl C«uldy, Karl DlrtnW Atcx Samsel; 23' - Frtd MeColtoch, Ftllx DUrMo; 230 - Ed Chan, Wei Cites. MEN'S JIRI1S- 6*2 -- .!lm Murray; 4£1 -- Bob M»lesX«; 445 - JacK Carter; M3 -- Kent Whltion; 642 -- .term Palko; »M - Henry BenltU; 634 - Gu ChonU, Felix Durazo; 430 -- L. Mo»er; «» -Andy Thompson; 427 -- Thomas Cole; 4Z4 -- Dkh Johennlnameler; 425 -- Herb WaBier; 423 - Don Slemmer; 420 -Bill Franklin; *U -- Vlnce OlFvsco. Chuck Braasch; 616 -- LeRoy Shaw, H. R B 527 495 536 481 431 451 RB 413 471 506 506 503 531 PF 225 207 189 225 206 196 PF 223 1»2 207 209 211 194 i Pts. Avg. ·· . 924 92.4 i 913 91.3 896 788 749 745 Pts. 771 716 851 857 863 837 89.6 78.8 74.9 74.5 Avg. 77.1 78.6 85.1 85.7 86.3 88.7 r ^"EBOUNDING PERCENTAGES: New Mexico 322, Utah .514, Wyoming .510, Brlgham Young .495, Arizona State .475, Arizona .474. 2. Copper Coll 3. Oregon Mac 10-1 6. Sydney Hutch 7-2 9-2 7. O.B.'s Nacre 8-1 . ·4. Polka Darling B-l I. Davenport 1. Bob Kick SIXTH--J-U Or»d« 1 6-1 M S . Lucky Brian 8-1 2. Carbonated 10-1 6. Mr. Ft. Worth 12-1 3. Cheyenne's R. 7-2 7. Small Ripple 5-2 4. Stay Late 8-1 8. Merry Khanna 9-2 SEVINTH--S-U Grade 3 1. Reddl Patch «-l 5. Sad Affair 10-1 2. O.B.'s Modena 5-2 6. Molly Ewbnks 8-1 7-2 7. Edgewood M. 12-1 3. Slssle King 76ers · Gain Half-Game Lead In Eastern Division By United Press International Now that Philadelphia has finally grabbed the top spot of hte National Basketball Association's Eastern Division, it isn't about to let go. The 76ers edged into first Sunday with a win over Boston and yesterday pushed a half-game ahead with a 112-106 win over St. Louis in the * * * opener of a Madison Square' Garden twin bill. Philadelphia has six .games left on its schedule and Boston winner of seven straight league titles, has five. LOS ANGELES meanwhile 4. Little Tater 6-1 8. Viking Village »-2 EIGHTH--Tucson Course Grade 3 1. Dan Foley i.Onyx Giant 3. Taus Red 7-2 5. Wameao Wes 9-2 10-1,6..Great Mark 6-17. Day's End 4. Make History 5-2 !. Antiquia NINTH--5-U Grade} 1. Veni Vedi Vecl 5-2 5. Real Rich 7-2 6. Break Fast ?-2 7. Lotta Hustle 2. C.E.'s Cloud 3. B.B.'sTippy. 4. Tim Me Crver 6-1 8. Reddl Sky TENTH--J-U Grade 1 1. Sissie Commel 7-2 5. Track Rule 2. Bu Dog M 4. Delia's Best 12-1 8-1 8-1 8-1 12-1 10-1 S-1 ··10-1 12-1 3.' Ted Crnhsker 6-1 7. Spdster's Gold 8-1 4. Go Millie 5-2 8. Miss Moppet 9-2 ELEVENTH-- Tucson Course Gradt 1 1 Lurcher 2. Personalized 3 Byg Cannon C 7-2 5. O.B.'s Mercy 5-2 9-2 6. Reddl Dalla 6-1 7. Lucky Gale .10-1 8-1 8-1 Rckwy Sprng 12-1 8. Berry Hutch TRACKMAN'S SELECTIONS FIRST--Friend W., Reddt Goon, Al- SECOND--Solskl, Glamor Role, Ginger Rich. THIRD--Paper Richard, Tol'b e. FOURTH--Bexley PIFTH-Yellowstone Ken, Oregon Mac, Flower, J.W.'s King Hot Contact, Free O.B.'s Nacre. SIXTH--Carbonated, S TMEvlNTMtsissle King, Uttle Tater, Reddl Patch. EIGHTH--Wamego Wes. L u c k y Brian, Onyx Giant, pet. ELEVENTH · Byg Cannon C. -Venl Vedi Vecl, B.B.'s Tippy, MI'lle, Bu Dog, Miss Mop- Lurcher, Personalized, Davis Second On PBA List AKRON, Ohio -UPI- Dave Davis, Phoenix, Ariz., moved into second place among Professional Bowlers Association money winners in statistics released yesterday. Davis* earnings to date totaled $12,650, giving him a narrow margin over Denver's Les Schissler with $12,640; and Bill Lalard's $12.250. Dick Weber, St. Louis, Mo., continued to head the prize list with earnings of $29,070. missed clinching first -spot in the Western Division ,when New York pulled out a 133-132 overtime win in the 'Madison Square Garden nightcap. Second place Baltimore flattened San Francisco, 130-109 in a game at Eugene, Ore. . Rookie Billy Cunningham gave Philadelphia the spark against St. Louis when he pumped in 15 points during the second period as the 76ers moved ahead to stay. In the nightcap, little Howie Komives scored seven points in the overtime to upend t h e Lake*?, who just can't seem to win in New York. But Laker fans could ' console themselves that Elgin Baylor is ready for the playoffs. He scored 46 points, while Jerry West added 28. New York got big outbursts from Walt Bellamy, who had 40, and rookie Dave Stallworth, who tossed in 31. BALTIMORE TRAILED San Francisco by nine points in the second quarter but blew the game open with a 37-22 margin in the third stanza. Johnny Green hit 12 of 15 shots to get 25 points and also hauled down a dozen rebounds. Don Ohl hit 10 of 19 shots for 20 points. Rick Barry led the Warriors with 25 points. Daughter Born CLEVELAND --UPI-- Brenda Ayres, 18, who has filed a paternity suit against Cleveland Browns" fullback Jim Brown, gave birth last night to an eight- pound, 15-ounce daughter. DO YOU REMEMBER? 5 YEARS AGO ': - TUCSON, March 9. 1961 -Jim Burke, University of Ari- ·:V.zona senior who was expected : to be one of college track's · 'two best discus throwers in ·;19G1, has quit school for fi- .·'·nancial reasons. His loss may y'fee offset, however, by anti- Vtipated improvement from -.Karl Johnstone. · 10 YEARS AGO : TUCSON, March 9, 1956 . V i c Wertz of the Cleveland Indians will roll the first ball to formally open the ninth annual Arizona State Bowling Tournament at Lucky Strike Lanes. 15 YEARS AGO TUCSON, March 9, 1951 Kay Smith leads the Randolph Women's Golf Association putting contest with 60 at the halfway mark. Elsie Orth has 62 for'second, and Jerc Berninger is third with 64. Philadelphia Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Behind 49 Boston ......... 49 44 29 Western Division Cincinnati New York Los Angeles Baltimore St. Louis 31 San Francisco ,. 31 25 26 28 43 41 35 Detroit 21 33 39 40 43 53 .662 .653 .611 .403 I .554 .473 .437 .419 .284 6 8'A 10 20 Yesterday's Results Philadelphia 112, St. Louis 106 New York 133, Los Anseles, 132, over time Baltimore 130, San Francisco 109 Today's Games Los Angeles vs. Cincinnati at Indi' ana polls St. Lou ! s at Philadelphia Baltimore vs. San Francisco at Seattle Tomorrow's Games Boston at Cincinnati LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received In the office of the Pima County Purchasing Agent 2855 Scuth Sth Avenue, Tucson, Arizona up to 10:00 a.m., March 18, 1966, for lhef °B"l°D W B^34- C OV E R MATERIAL FOR BITUMINOUS SURFACE To furnish Pima County Highway Department with Cover Material for Bituminous Surface as per specifications callec for by Pima County. Opening of the Bid B-2S34 will be at 10:00 a.m., March 18. 1966. in the office of the Pima Countv Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue Tucson. Arizona. . . Specifications relating to the aforcsaic bid may be procured from the offico of the Fima County Purchasino Agent, 28S5 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Bidder shall be rtoulred to furnish a sufficient Bid and Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reiect any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any ir- reoularitlei or Informalities in the bids or "DONE BY ORDER of in* Board oi Supervisors this 1st day of March, 1964. THOMAS S. JAY. Chairman Board of Supervisors Pima Countv, Arizona PUBLISH: Tucson Daily Citizen March 4. 5, 7, «, 9, 10, It, 1!. and 15, 1966. BALTIMORE SAN FRANCISCO Ohl Egan Ferry Howell Loug'ry Green Barnes Kerr Worles G F T 10 0-0 20 Rodgers 7 4-5 IB Neum'n 4 9-11 17Mesch'y 6 4-4 16 Allies 7 2-3 16 Eri's'n 12 1-2 25 Barry 3 2-4 8 M'Lem'e 3 1-1 7 Olsen 1 1-1 3 Helzel Phillips G F T 8 5-4 21 4 4-4 12 5 2-2 12 3 3-4 0 2-2 9 7-9 25 2 4-4 10 1 0-2 5 4-7 14 1 0-0 Totals 'S3 24-32 130 Totals 3833-43109 Baltimore 25 25 37 43--130 San franciico 25 27 22 35-109 Fouled out-none. Total fouls -- Baltimore 29, San Francisco K. Attendance 4,800. ST. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA O F T G F Beaty 9- 8-10 26 Blanch! 3 1-2 Bridges 2 4-5 8 Ch'b'l'n 11 1-1323 Caldwell 10 2-7 22 Cun'g'm ? 1-2 19 Guerin 9 0-1 18 Greer ib 3-5 23 Hagan 3 l-l 7 Jackson ' 4 8-1316 Mulllns 1 0 - 0 2 Jones 2 0-2 4 T'rm'l'n 1 0-0 2 Walker 5 5-7 15 W'sh'sfn 3 0 - 1 6 Ward 1 3-5 5 Wllk'ns 4 7-8 15 Totals 4222-33106 Totals 4522-49112 St. Louis 30 25 25 24--106 Philadelphia 29 39 21 23--in Fouled out--St. Louis--Bridges. Total fouls--St. Louis--40, Philadelphia --24. LOS ANGELES G F Baylor NEW YORK G F T 18 4-9 4 5 1-1 1 1 0-0 4 2-2 li 3 0-0 710-11 2 11 9-143 3 3-5 ' 1614-14 46 Bellamy Boozer 3 1-2 7 Bryant Ellis 7 2-3 16Chap'le Goodrich 1 0-0 2 Clemens Haizard 2 5 - 5 9 Gola ' Imhoff 3 0-1 6 Komives King 1 1-2 3 St'lw'th Lr'so 5 5-5 15 V'Ar'le West 9 10-10 28 Wiley 0 0-0 0 Totals 47 38-44 132 Totals 5229-4113 Los Angeles 19 32 3« 27 16--13: New York 3630252517-13; Fouled out--Los Angeles, Larusso, Im hoff. New York, Bryant. Total fouls--Los Anseles 32, New York 30. Attendance 14,333. Doral TV Slated MIAMI, Fla. -UPI - The final round of the $75,000 Dora Invitational Golf Tournamen will be televised national!; Sunday by Sports Network, Inc. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF CAUL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha sealed bids will be received in th office of the Pima County Purchasin Asent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson Arizona, for the following: BID B--No. 25»--ONE (1) DIESE POWERED TRACTOR LOADER. CRAW LER TYPE To turnish Pima County Highway D partment with One (1) Diesel Powere Tractor Loader, Crawler Type, as pe specifications called for by Pirna Count Sealed Bids on Bid 8-No. 2529 will b received up to 10:30 a.m., April 1964. Opening of the Bid B-No. 2529 w be at 10:30 a.m., April 6, 1966 in Ih office of the Pima County Purchasii Agent, IS55 South 8th Avenue. Tucso Arizona. BID B-No. L531-TWO t2 DIESEL POWERED GRADERS. TANDEM DRIV TO furnish Pima County Hitjhwa Department with Two (2) Diesel-Powcre Graders, Tandem Drive, as per spec fications called for By Pima Count Sealed Bids on Bid B-No. 2531 win b received up to 11:00 a.m., April 1964. Opening of the Bid B-No. 2531 w be at 11:00 a.m., April 6, 1966 in th office of the Pima County Purchasin Asent, 2855 South Slh Avenue, Tucso Al B Z |D na 'B-No. 2530-ONE (1) TANDE AXLE SEMI-TANK TRAILER To furnish Pima County Highway D partment with One (1) Tandem Ax Semi-Tank Trailer, as per specification c.iMed for bv Pima Countv. Sealed Bid on Bid B-No. 2530 will be received u to 10:30 s.m., April 14, 1966. Openm of the Bid B-No. 2530 will be at 10:3 a.m., April 14, 1966 in the office of Ih Pima Countv Purchasing Agent, 2855 Sou 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona Specifications relating to the atorcsa bids n,*v be procured from .the offic ot the Pima County Purchasing Asen 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Aruon Bidder shall be required to furms a suff'cient Bid and Performance Bon acceptable to the Board of Supervisor T*ip Board of Supervisors reseryi the rlsht to reiect any or all bid for any reason whatsoever or to waiv any irregularities or Informalities in th bids or bidding. DONE BY ORDER of the Board Supervisors this 28th day of February 19ii THOMAS S. JAY, Charima Board of Supervisors Pimn County, Arizona PUBLISH: Tucson Dflilv Citizen March 3. 4. 5, 7, S, 9, 10, II. and 14 1966. 0'Hearii Calls Up Javelina By BILL DAVIDSON Citizen Outdoor Writer Calling up javelina for a legal n-season kill is something portsmen talk much about but s seldom clearly reported. Tucsonian Bob O'Hearn did it ot just once but twice last reekend. The second time round was necessary because bout the time O'Hearn had pigs n easy shooting range, another ,unter moving in spooked the lerd. He had it,to do all over again. · O'Hearn and four companions ere hunting on the Elkhorn lanch in the Boboquivari Moun- ains. He spotted a herd of avelina about 500 yards away. O'HEARN, WHO is an active member and director of the Tucson Varmint Callers Club, chose some cover and started tootling the standard rabbit- squeal -- the call that is tuned o entice predators like coyotes, jobcats and so on. It also works on javelina. O'Hearn called the pigs in to about 150 yards and was get- ing ready to collect one when a hunter closing in for his own purposes unnerved the animals and they took off. A little later, O'Hearn managed the same trick over again, his time without interruption. He followed the herd a short way first, then called them in range and shot one at about 60 yards. "I've called javelina in be- foer, but I was only practising ihen. Those times were in the off-season," he said afterward. O'HEARN WAS using a Tucson-made varmint call, one turned out by Leon Hull. He was shooting a new .300 Winchester Magnum rifle with cast bullets, loaded down so as to avoid extensive damage to the javelina's meat. He reported he was highly pleased with the new caliber and had experienced excellent results with its accuracy and power. OP Perfessor Starts Speech By United Press International Ever wonder what would happen if Casey .Stengel had five months to prepare a speech? The lovable oP Perfessor, whose impromptu Stengelese discourses have been known to ramble on almost indefinitely, began writing his acceptance speech today for his July 25 induction into the Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, N.Y. Stengel, whose remarkable baseball career was cut short on that same date--July 25--a year ago when he broke his hip, was elected into the shrine yesterday in a surprise move by the Hall of Fame veterans committee. . . The 75-year-old Casey, who under normal circumstances would not be eligible for selection until his 80th birthday--five years after his retirement, according to Hall of Fame rules--' was lured to the New York Mets' training camp at St. Petersburg, Fla., under a pretext. Casey thought the ceremony at Huggins-Stengle Fielfd was for his close friend, Mets' President George Weiss. But the wise Old Perfessor had an inkling of something out of the ordinary and remarked to his wife, Edna, "If this is something for me ... you'd better teil me." Once at the field, Stengel fidgeted while former baseball Commissioner Ford Frick began making what appeared to be a presentation to Weiss. But instead, Frick came right to the point and nearly rocked Casey off his heels. "Charles Dillon Stengel," Frick concluded, "has been unanimously elected to the baseball Hall of Fame." · · · In his inimitable way, Stengel bowed to Frick and. the throng of senior citizens who flock to the ball park every day. "Thank you very much," he said, beginning a typical Stengelese speech that has kept newspapermen in copy ever since he broke into organized ball with Kankakee, 111., in 1910. "I think it is a wonderful thing that they picked the other man Ted Williams, who was elected earlier this year. He'll allow me five minutes to speak at the induction ceremonies because I understand he doesn't speak much. "It is a wonderful thing to get into the Hall of Fame," Casey continued, "and you realize that when you talk to the other players who are in it and who are alive at the present time. I am very grateful and I will save my speech for the time I am in Cooperstown." ai juucikjr ouuic LWYTI with a 2,702 handicap total. Tucson bowlers, meanwhile, snared both the singles and all-events titles. The championship team included Harold Latham, Dale Crance, Joe Kobida, Johnny Guy and Verne Frey. Jack Briggs won out over a field of 58 entrants in the.singles division with a 642 handicap total. Guy, who is president of the Tucson Eagles, compiled a 1,910 all-events handicap total to secure that honor. Phoenix' Rudy Metzler and Lou Penterman had a 1,143 doubles handicap as the only non- Tucson winners. .MEN'S GAMES: 289 -- Ray Bonshoff; 277 -- Frank Bruning; 267 -- Tom Jordan; 265 -- Gus Chonis; 259 -- Warren Culbertson; 257 -- Tom Jordan; 256 -Chuck Rummelt, Jim Willis; 253 -Don Slemmer, Bob Erlcson, Henry Benltlz; 248 -- John Palko; 247 --Dave Zac'iary, Jim Murray, Sam Snider; 246 -- Larry Karr; 244 -- ' Bob Becker, ·Jack Carter; 243 -- Tom Jordan, . Bob Sparks, Jim Willis, Bob Saige, LeRoy Shaw. Bob Maleske; 241 -- Ken Hays; 240 -- Hal Brennan; 238 -- Charles Harrington, Jim Johnston, Bill Bolich; 237 -- John Lindsay. Dick Johannlns- meier, Marv Swain; 236 -- Vince Capa; 235 -- H. Lewis, Bob Page/ Jim Ewing, Paul Peterson, H. Haggerty, Kent Whitson, Bob Frede; 234 Thomas Cole, Tony Bukey, Jack Carter; 233 -- John Zcfcin, Andy Thompson, Dell Foley, L. John Menche; 412 -- Ra» Somoflye; 411 BUI Bolich, Larry Thompson; 609 -- Jake Orozco; 60t -- Otto Myrlamf; 606 John Lindsay, Bob Pag*, Bob Becker; 605 - Paul Peterson; 404 -- John Schwartzman; 603 -- Bob Frede; 402 -Al Frlske; 401 -- Jim Watson; 600 --- Bob Maleske, Paul Cassldy. FOUR GAMES: »72 -- Tom Jordan; 867 -- Jim Willis; «*2 -- Dick Johan- nlnsmeler; 858 -- Dick Barnes; 832 -Charles Harrington, Jack Howell; 829 -Bob Sparks; 822 -- Ted Dzutwn; 816 -John Schwarttman; 815 -- Ray Lavellee; 113 - Chuck Rummelt. WOMEN'S GAMES: 264--Ruth Grlrfiih; 257 --Wllma Henderson; 249 - Ann Frakes; 228 -- Darlene Barona; 227 -Maggie Schully; 225 -- Dot Egleston; 224 -- Mary Preston, Virginia Scott; 222 -- Nancy Rowan; 220 -- Lenora Copeland; 219 -- Hilda Baldwin; 216 -Mary Ellen Fladness, Ann Feigel, Luana Ash; 215 - Dot Egleston, Evelyn Sir- waltls; 214 -- Louis Kloos^ Blllie Thomas, Dixie Snow, Sherry Cook; _._ Trelle Beckner, Pat Wolf, Addle Baer; 210 -- Peagy Lee, Pat Wisda, Betty pate, Rirth Griffith. WOMEN'S SERIES: 478--Ruth Griffith; 607 -- Darlene Barona; 592 -- Virginia Scott; 591 - Dot Egleston; 573 -- Pat Wolf; 572 - Addle Baer; 571 -- Betty Kelly; 5X0 -- Sherry Cook; 547 -- Lea Ella Franklin, Dixie Snow; 541 -- Trelle Beckr;.', Jeanne Rudolph; S5? -- Virginia Scott; 558 - Helen Throp, Mable Layne; 555 - Hilda Baldwin; 553 -- Betty Bjrnes; 552 - Betty Wylie; 548 - Lua-ia Ash; 547 -- Donna Markey; 546 -Je.-n Indorf, Nancy Hyatt; 545 -- Eve Diffle, Grace Gonzalez; 544 -- Marge Lyons; 542 -- Doris Kegans; 540 -Dianne Hammond. Four-Games: 786 -- Wanda Henderson; 758 -- 753 -- Ann Feigel;' Joan Olson; 752 - Blllie Thomas; 742 -- Evelyn Sirwaltis; 730 - Addle Baer, 726 -Nancy Cook. Addle Baer; · 213 -r 212 -- Mavis Albers, Carter's Television and Appliance Service captain John Palko roosted his average by a pin to ·etain the lead in the three-way battle for the Tucson Daily Citizen Classic scoring championship. All three of the contenders in he scoring fight, Palko, Levy's ^ank Blankemeyer and Jay Jewelers' Tom Jordan, shot 600- ilus series in their last appearances. However, Palko, who ripped a 635 was the only one among the three to move from 192 to 193 in average. Both Blankemeyer and Jordan are at 192. Levy's John Lindsay held the ;op spot among point' winners with a 17-10 mark and is followed closely by Jay's Jim Willis, 161/2-7% and Valley Fu- .SPECIAL! WHEEL ALIGNMENT $C95 ALL U.S. CARS Bf?AKE d-Tl RE. CENTERS 5852 E. Speedway 582? E. Speedway LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha sealed bids will be received in the of fice of the Pima County Purchasing Asent, 2855 South Sth Avenue, Tucson Arizona, up to 10:00 a.m., April 20, 1966 for the following: BID B-No. 2532--DRUGS AND PHAR MACEUTICAL SUPPLIES To furnish Pima County with Drug and Pharmaceutical Supplies for the Pirn County General Hospital, for a one (1 year period, beginning July 1, 1964 to am including June 30, 1967, as per specifi cations called for by Pima County. Open ing of the Bid B-No. 253! will be a 10:00 a.m., April 20, 1966 in the office of the Pima County Purchasing Agent 2S55 Scuth Sth Avenue, Tucson, Arizona Specifications reaiting to the aforesaii bid may be procured from the office o tne Pima County Purchasing Agent. 2855 South Sth Avenue. Tucson, Arizona. Bidder shall be required to furnish n sufficient Bid and °erformance Bond acceptable to 'he Board of Supervisors The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to rpiect any or all bids lor ony reason whatsoever or to waive anv irregularities or Informalities in the bids DONE " B Y ORDER of the Board ot Supervisors this 25th day of February. 1966. Carter Star Tops Classic neral Home captain Bob McMillin, 16i/ 2 -loy 2 . The top 10: 6 AVS. W-L 1. .Palko, Carter's 71 193 16-11 2. Blankemeyer, Levy's 73 192 UVj-lZV'a Jordan, Jay ..71 192 13'/2-13'/j X. Willis, Jay 65 18S 14V4-7Vi 5. Lindsay/Levy's 73 187 17-10 'Menche, PIma'...:...67 187 r !6-ll VandeMheen, VFH ..65 187 11-10 Jacobs, Western . . 62 187 11-9 Barnes, Bistro 62 187 '13-11 10. McMillin, VFH .:...71 186 16'/2-10'/i Yoho, VFH 61 186 11-10 Irish Hire Coach SOUTH BEND, Ind. -UPI-Jerry Wampfler, assistant football coach at Miami of Ohio, was hired as Notre Dame's offensive line coach yesterday. Rustic beauty of real brick Maintenance free new process by Armstrong and Kentile. Set it in stock ilons with txcelltnt values In Vinyl asbestos 624-2401 2102 E, 20h St. LEGAL NOTICE · NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha sealed bids will be received in the office of the Pima County Purchasino Acjent 3855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson. Arizona up to 10:00 a.m., March 11, 1966 for !he following: BID B-2533--SPORTING GOODS EQUIPMENT. To furnish Pima County Recreation Department with Sporting Goods Equipment as per specifications called for by Pima County. Opening of the Bid B-253: will be at 10:00 a.m., March 11, 1944 in the office of the Pima County Purchasing Ao.ent, 2855 South 8ih Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Specifications relatino to the aforesalc bid may be procured from the office ol the Pima County Purchasing Aoent, 2855 South Sth Avenue, Tucson. Arizona. . Bidder shall be reouired to furnish a sufficient Bid and Performance Bond acc»Dtabl; to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to relecl any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irregularities or Informalities in the bids or' b'ddino. DONE BY ORDER of the Board of Supervisors this 25th day of February, 1966. Pm» r r rtrnfl LOUnTy. ArlZOnn PUBLISH: Tucson Dally Citizen March 3, 4, i, and 14 1964. BcWsu'peris P'TM Countv ' Arlz ? na f s t i r s i ICLJ v .!·«« n»il\/ TitiT^n PUB t. ISH ,;., Tu ?f° K i » i i 7 * 7. 8. 9, 1C, 11. 12 jrv 25. 1964. March 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 5, ' «nd 10, 1964. This is a date to remember, because on July 1, 1966, Medicare becomes effective for people over age 65. If you are presently a Regular Blue Cross/ Blue Shield member, keep your coverages in force. Then when Medicare goes into operation, you will be eligible for Complementary Blue Cross /Blue Shield benefits that will round out the Medicare program and make the finest hospital-surgical-medical program there is available to you. Get your health care from people who have cared for people longer than anyone else. ; BLUE Shield RAGING Enjoy the lickety-split action of greyhound racing. 11-Race pro. gram Wed. thru Sun. 8 P.M. Admission 50(2, Clubhouse 500 extra, Pari-Mutuel Wagering: Daily Double, Quiniela, "Big Q." TUCSON GREYHOUND PARK S. 4th Ave. at 36th St. Reservations (24-2551 BLUE CROSS/BLUE SHIELD, BOX 13466, PHOENIX, ARIZONA. Please send me information on BC/BS Medicare Complementary Coverage WHEN MADE AVAILABLE: NAME:. ADDRESS:. CITY: RECOMMENDATION: Be sure to enroll in Part "B" of Medicare--then add. Blue Cross/Blue Shield Complementary Coverage "Z." F l a g s t a f f / P h o e n i x / T u c s o n A L I G N M E N T is important Seams out of line are embarrassing. Wheels out of line can be costly and downright dangerous. Come in for a free Baum Adamson alignment checkup. This precision equipment will tell the truth about your car's wheels. FREE CHECK-UPS! CAR HOME CARE CENTERS MAin 2-4861 4441 E. Speedway Park at SpMdway E. (th Tucson 2» N. Stunt 23nd at Alvtman 141 S. Campbell SANDED PLYWOOD 5 /8 3 /4 58 311 404 4 4 x 8 PLASTER BOARD 1/ 4 " I 23 %"1 40 ROOFING 235 Lb. Shingles 57.79 90 Lb. Slate Desert Tan S2.89 15 Lb. Felt 300 Sq. Ft SI.89 5 Gal. Cold Process Cmt. $3.59 I Sal. Plastic Cmt ,89c 4 x 8 PREFINISHED PANEL ECONO- MAHOGANY THRIFTY BIRCH Check our ad daily in the classified lection ot this newspaper for other outstanding values. 1102 E. 15th Just East of Park Ave. at Railroad Crossing PHONE 624-5591 Mon. thru Fri. 8 to 5 Saturday 8 to 3

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