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PAGE 44 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN Miracle Mile Strip, MA 3-99J3 MERCURY AVIATION CORP. Ph. 294-3474 Tucson Municipal Airport · VA APPROVED FLIGHT GROUND SCHOOL Authorized Cessna Dealer ^WALKER Hiram Walker Quality in a TRUE Bourbon HIRAM WALKER TENHIGH '"WGHT'SOUS " WHISKS* Sip it slow and easy ...and enjoy its full rich flavor $/|19 *t 4/5QT.j . PINT TEN HIGH-Your Best Bourbon Buy 86 PROOF · HIRAM WALKER SONS INC., PEORIA, ILLINOIS 533-B ! Mover Vies With Dupas For Crown NEW ORLEANS --(/P) -- Denny Moyer, handsome scion of the fighting Moyer clan from the Pacific. Northwest, defends his world's jun- i o r middleweight title against f a n c y - stepper Ralph Dupas in a 15- round bout tonight. Promoters predict a $45,000 gate for the non- televised fight which gets under way in Municipal Auditorium about 10:30 p.m. The 23-year-old Moyer will be defending his crown for the second time since being recognized as champ in the new division last year. Moyer, who lives in Portland, Ore., takes a 35-8-0 record into the ring. OFFICIAL'.'STATE INSPECTION - STATION BRAKES RELINED 12 87 LABOR LININGS ; «WGUMNTEED .URJElf BUILDING JOB - MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, By Alan Mav« I E. SPEEDWAY*AX8 33SI Wheel SC QC Most) Alignment Ucilv Cars! Do Your Brakes ^ Grab? Squeal? ^ Pull to Left or Righf? IFSO:..WE'LLDOALL ; THIS TRIPLE PLAY" SERVICE OFFER Balance §^V t "^^Mrpfcil Wheels ll 3 for only Any American Car Just Say "Charge it" ... Take months to pay and Repa Wheel Bearings Parks' Move May Eliminate Chances For Loop Rolloff The Parks Building Contractors team in the Tucson Daily Citizen Classic Bowling League apparently doesn't want to decide the circuit's first championship in a postseason rolloff. Winner of the first-half SPRING SPORTS Tir*$ton* NEW TREADS APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZE 4 for 49 Narrow or Wide Design,. Tubelvss or Tubf typ« Our Ntu Tread*, identified by Medallion and thop mark, art G U A R A N T E E D J. Afeiiut defect* fn workmanship »nd nuteriula durinf life of *re«d. 1. Against normal roid hazard? (except repairable puncturei) encoim- tered m everyday passenger car use for 12 months. Replacements prorated on (read wear «nd based on lilt priow current nl tim« of adjustment. SPECIAL INCLUDES Checking compression . . . installation of plugs, points and condenser . . . tighten all belts . . . check regulator, generator, battery and radiator hose . . . clean air filter . . . check battery and cables, adjust carburetor. 49 Plus tax and 4 trade-In tire* Motor Tune-Up SIX CYLINDER EIGHT CYLINDER 16 53 * *Prlces include New Spark Plugs, New Points, Condenser and Labor 92* ! MOST CARS "Wilmot Start Not Included in Tunt-Up" VASEY'S FIRESTONE 6236 E 22nd St. AX 8-1886 DOWNTOWN FIRESTONE 445 N. 6th Ave, MA 3-9435 WILMOT PLAZA FIRESTONE in 11 i -- - |L1|1 Op«n Men. thru Fri. TNI 9:00 P.M. WJIraot at East Broadway AX 8-1888 . OlfM Dl F«lkl Mir. Wilmot SWIMMING CATALINA 41, BROPHY 47 (At Catallna) 200-YD. MEDLEY RELAY-1. Catallna (Craig GIMesple, Ron Campbell, Jeff Schantz, Barry Resnlck) T--2:01.1; 200- YD. FREESTYLE- Larry Dlrksen (B) 2. Rocky Wright (C), 3. Steve Butler (8), T--2.-13.X; 50-YD. FREESTYLE--I Dan Chandler (7), 2. Dennis McGinn (B), 3. John Kunkel (B), T--25.5; 200-YD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY-- 1. Dan Kaplan (C) 2. Doug Becker (B), 3. Frank Laneback (B), T-2:27; DIVING--I. Pau Stevans (C), 2. Bill Horan (B), 3. Andy Vanpatten (B) S--133.6; 100-YD. BUT TERFLY-1. Larry Derksen (B), 2. Dan Catlaln (C), 3. Doug Becker (6); T-1:01.9; 100-YD. FREESTYLE--1. Dan Chandler (C), 2. Jeff Schantz ( C ) , . 3 John Kunkl* ( B ) , 2--57.2; 100-YD. BACK STROKE--T. Mike Daly (B), 2. Dick Perdon (C), 3. Mat Ylngllng (B), T--1:10.4; -SOO-VD FREESTYLE--1. John Vanderwerf (B), 1. Rocky WrlgM (C), 3, Jeff Richards ( B ) , T-- 5:05,2; 100-YO, BREASTSTROKE--1. Ron Campbell (C), Frank Glaneback (B), 3. Lyon Strong (C), T--1:13.4; 200-YO. FREESTYLE RELAY--1. Brophy (Phil Moulder, Stevi Butler, Bob Robsom, Dennis McGinn), T--1:44.6. YUMA 10H6, RINCON U PUEBLO S3, YUMA KOFA 50% fAt Yuma) 200-METER MEDLEY RELAY -- 1. Yuma (Domlnquez, Dunnlgar Nelson, Lines) 2. Rincon; 3. Kofa. T--2:27.4. 200-METER FREESTYLE -- 1. Rang, Yuma; 2. Medelros, Pueblo; 3. Lyer, Rincon; 4. Heath. Rincon. T--2:20.3. 50- METER FREESTYLE--1. Dupree, Yuma; 2. Phillips, Pueblo; 3. Hogan, Kofa; 4. Breuwer, Rincon. T--2I.«. 200-METER INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY -- 1. Alexander, Yuma; 2. Clarge, Pueblo; 3. Griffen, Kofa; 4. Medelros, Pueblo. T--2:54.1. DIVING--'. Farmer, Rincon Pts-143.70, 100-METER BUTTERFLY - 1. Walker, Kofa; 2. Nelson, Yuma; 3. Zlnkln, Rincon; 4. Sherrlck Pueblo. T--1:32.2. 100- METER FREESTYLE - 1. Medelros, Pueblo; 2. Hogan, Kofa; 3. Ruben, Rincon; 3. Tennielle, Yuma. T--1:06.2. 100- METER BACKSTROKE -- 1 . Domlnquei, Yuma; Ruff, Yuma; 3. McCleod, Kofa; 400-METER FREESTYLE -- 1 . P.ang, Yuma; 2. Kent, Rincon; 3. Weakhorst, Rincon; 4. Griffen, Kofa. T--J:30 8. 100- METER BREAST5TROKE-1. Alexander, Yuma; 2. Bruewer, Rincon; 3. Moret, Rincon; 4. Kortfe, Pueblo. T--1:25.4. 200- METER FREESTYLE RELAY--1. Rincon (Ruben, Jacobs Gardner, Stubfcsi; 2. Yuma, 3. Pueblo. T--2:03.0. EXPENSES You're w»lcom« to our money.. ,*.tTb« Associates, whers you can borrow the cash you need to brighten your life with spring clothes, horn* remodeling, new furniture sri to cleaa up old winter bill*, too. For prompt eervic*, phone or come in today. ASSOCIATES CONSUMER FINANCE, Inc. LOANS TO $3500 4635 E. Broadway Phone: EA 7-4541 ASSOCIATES LOAN COMPANY LOANS TO $600 3513 E. Speedway Blvd. Phone: EA 74057 TUCSON title by a wide margin, the Parks quintet is beginning to make a move toward the second-half crown as well. IF IT PALIS short in the remaining two weeks of play, Parks will meet current leader Speedway Bowling Supply in a three-game championship match on May 18. If it succeeds, the party's over. Aided by the two-week return of Jimmy McLaughlin, on furlough from the 1 Army, Parks has won five of its last six games and moved to with- ing two games of Speedway. Parks took all three of its games with Kal Rubin City yesterday at Keglers Lanes, while Speedway dropped a pair to Levy's. In other matches, Valley Funeral Home defeated Mr. Burger Restaurants twice and The Bistro took two from Falstaff. BILL HAWK shot 630, Chuck Hawk 598 aud McLaughlin 590 as Parks--in an unprecedented d i s p l a y of domination--had the day's three high team games (979, 987 and 977). The only other 600 was by Dick Barnes, who shot 621 for The Bistro against Falstaff and Clarence Corn's 572. Frank Richards b a r e l y missed with a 599 for Valley Funeral Home. Fred Cromwell led Mr. Burger with a 566. Tom Jordan's 586 for Speedway wasn't enough to offset a balanced Levy's attack, which included a 576 by Max Palmer and a 572 by Wally Grutzius. SPORTS CALENDAR TOMORROW 8:30--Pro wrestling, Tucson Sports Canter. OPEN... An all new... bigger... better... location for the Original H. Porter's of Tucson -the store for everything Western. Plenty of Free Parking or TUCSON Since 1939 828 NORTH STONE Lii Abner ENJOYED BY MILLIONS in the CITIZEN Ex-Laughing Boy Wins N-S Tourney PINEHURST, N.C.-W-BUly J 0e Patton, golf's erstwhile laughing boy, now 41 and a bit grim on occasion, might have missed the North and South Amateur Championship which he won for the third time and second year in a row here Saturday. The Morganton, N.C., lumberman revealed after his 7 and 6 victory over Bob Allen of West Hartford, Conn., in the 36-hole finals that he had given thought to quitting competitive golf. What changed his mind? An invitation to play on the four-man U.S. team to compete a month later in the world amateur championship matches in Japan was tendered and accepted. In January he again was named to the U.S. Walker Cup team and will play the British in Scotland next month. He came back last week to the scene of his crushing disappointment seven months earlier and strung together seven consecutive victories to win his third North and South title in 10 years. CITIZEN CLASSIC RESULTS FALSTAFF (1) Trlbbl* 1S4 Gllmore .· 161 Damroo '..... 135 Corn 16? Rlpepe 173 Ksptur Totals 792 183 158 178 149 IBS 856 THE BISTRO (2) Dunstan 190 159 Barnes »4 224 Holllngsworth 1S3 Armstrons 195 160 Vlllareal 175 176 Young iss Totals 9)7 874 191-528 158--477 -135 225--572 152-474 186-374 912 182--531 193-621 --153 167--522 167-518 149--304 esa KAL RUBIN CITY (0) Palko 199 191 153--543 Colebank 170 159 160--489 Wlnton 179 ' 176 155--510 R.Cromwell 149 189 201--539 Borgatti ]89 203 156--548 Totals 886 918 825 PARKS BUILDING CONTRACTORS (3) McLaushlln 201 207 182--590 Root 170 188 211--569 King 182 168 206--556 C. Hawk 515 192 191--593 B. Hawk 211 232 187--430 Totals .' 977 987 977 * * * VALLEY FUNERAL HOME (2) F. Richards 191 196 212--599 Roberson 213 168 158--539 Bernal 163 155 182-500 Chan 179 140 --319 Mehrlno 145 225 190--560 Cheuvront 185--185 Totals 891 884 927 MR. BURGER RESTAURANTS (1) F.Cromwell 795 204 167--566 Kissel 180 152 --332 Bauwens 156 187--343 Beam 158 165 226--549 Tannous 157 170 181--508 McCullough ....... 157 181--338 Totals 84« 8U 9« -A- * * SPEEDWAY BOWLING SUPPLY (1) Jacobs 180 177 183--540 Llplnskl 142 162 184--508 VandeMhetn 153 210 164--527 K. Hawk 163 184 160--527 Jordan 189 179 218--586 Totals 827 932 929 LEVY'S OF TUCSON (2) Grutzlus 198 182 172--572 Knuttlnen 177 166 210--553 Palmer 195 iaa 2^3--576 Scully 192 153 183-528 Pennell 174 173 172--519 Totals 926 862 960 Standings w L pet. GB Speedway Bowling 29 19 .604 Parks Building . . . . 27 21 .563 2 Levy's 25 23 .521 4, The Bistro 25 23 .521 4 Valley Funeral 25 23 .521 4 Falstaff 22 2« .458 7 Kal Rubin City .... 21 27 .438 8 Mr. Burger 18 30 .375 11 Next week's schedule: Speedway Bowling Supply vs. Valley Funeral Home, Mr. Burger Restaurants vs. Levy's of Tucson, Falstafl vs. Parks Building Contractors, Kal Rubin City vs. The Bistro (at Lucky Strike Bowl). · YMCA Offers Special Course Tucson's Central YMCA will offer an e i g h t - w e e k Sports Skills School, beginning Saturday and running through May 4, which will be open to non-members as well as YMCA members. The program will include instruction in swimming, judo, handball, weight training, gymnastics, wrestling and physical fitness. AA TENNIS Girls Decide State Crown It couldn't happen in any other high school sport, but girls decided the 1963 Class AA State Tennis Tournament, Laurie and Melissa Galloway, with a firm assist from Margaret Tanita, took the title home to Cortez High School in GJendale Saturday. MEANWHILE, Robb Salant continued his bid to become the only netter in state history to win four AA boys' singles championships, The Catalina sophomore stopped Larry Stanley of Washington, 7-5, 6-1, in the finals. Another defending champ, Amphitheater Susan Coate, didn't have as much luck in the girls' singles. Laurie Galloway took her measure, 6-0, 6-3, to help set up Cortez' victory. The real killer, however, was in girls 1 doubles where Tucson's May Gin and Becky Brinegar, the top-seeded team, lost to Melissa Calloway and Miss Tanita in a pair of 6-4 sets. That triumph gave the Cortez team its winning margin. Cortez wound up with 10 points, one more than the Badgers, who were seeking their fifth consecutive team title. TUCSON'S sole trophy came in the boys' doubles, where Sam Robles and Boyd Morse defeated Jack Earley and Pete Sharp of West Phoenix. BOYS' SINGLES -- (semi-final round) Robb Salant, Catalina del. Ronnie Powell, Mesa, 4-1, 4-1; Larry Stanley. Glendate Washington, def. Sam Bartaluizl, Scottsdale Arcadia, 4-6, 6-0, 4-2. (finals) Salant def. Stanley, 7-5, 6-1. (consolation) Powell def. Bartaluzzl, 6-3, 6-1. GIRLS' SINGLES -- (semi-final round) Laurte Calloway, Glendale Cortez, def. Paula Kruger, Tucson High, 6-0, 6-2; Susan Coate, Amphl, def. Mary Kay Veenboer, Scottsdale, 8-«, 6-1; (finals) Calloway def. Coate, 6-0, 6-3; (consolation) Kruger def. Veenboer, 6-2, 6-3. BOYS' DOUBLES -- (semi-final round) Sam Robles-Boyd Morse, Tucson High, def. Mike Tlnno-Gary Thomas, Glendale Washington, 6-0, 6-2; Huck Earley-P«te Sharp, West Phoenix, def. John Stevenson-Eric Evett, Catalina, 4-6, 7-5, 6-5; (finals) Robles-Morse def. Earley-Sharp, 6-1, 6-0; (consolation) Evett-Stevenson def. Tlano-Thomas, 6-0, 6-3. GIRLS' DOUBLES -- (semi-final round) Becky Brlnegar-May Gin, Tucson High def. Nancy Hcrrlck-Dlane Neleson, Phoenix Camelback, 6-1, 6-1; Melissa Galloway-Margaret Tanita, Cortez, det. Carolyn A5heiy-ram Reavls, Amphl, 8-6, 6-1; (finals) Calloway-Tanita def. Brlnegar- Gln, (,-',, 6-4; (consolation) Ashely-Reavls def. Herrlck-Nelson, 4-3, 6-3. Team Scores-- Glendale Corter, 10; Tucson High, 9; Catalina, 6; Amphl, 4; Glendale Washington and West Phoenix, 3; Mesa, 1. FLAGSTAFF IN AUGUST Tucson's Talent Chosen For All-Star Contests PHOENIX (Special) -- Four basketball players and seven football players from Tucson will compete in the High ASDB Takes 7th Straight C South Title PATAGONIA (Special) -Arizona School for the Deaf and Slind, the defending state C l a r j C track and fi^ld champion, won its seventh consecutive C Sc ^th crown here yesterday. 10« DASH: 1, Archibald (Plma) :10.7. 1, Jed (St. David). 3, Sanchez (ASDB). 4, Jurahal (Patagonia). W6 DASH: 1, Archibald (Plma) ;24.0. 2 Limes (Plma). 3, Gollehtly (ASDB). 4, Sanchez (ASDB). 440 DASH: 1, Green (Plma) :55.3. 2. Jurahal (Patagonia). 3. Ortiz (ASDB). 4, Sanchez (ASDB). MO RUN: 1, Folsom (ASDB) 2:12.9. 2, Carpenter (Plma). 3, Alexander (St. David). 4, Ochoa (ASDB). MILE RUNi 1, Alexander (St. David) 5:10.4. 2, Ochoa (ASDB). 3, Carrlllo (ASDB). 4, Tie between Hatch (Patagonia) and Almodova (Bowie). 12ft HIGH HURDLES: T, Schulfz (ASDB) :1«.7. 2, Folsom (ASDB). 3, Carpenter (Plma). 4, Grew. [Plma}. 1M LOW HURDLES: 1, Folsom (ASDB) :33.4. 2, Vldalei (ASDB). 3, Green (Plma). 4, Skinner (Plma). MO RELAY: 1, ASOB, 1:49.3. SHOT PUT: 1, Stoddard (Pataaonla) 41-«'/2. 2, Graver (Plma). 3, Hall (Bowie). 4, loll (Bowie). DISCUS. 1, 5aplenz» (ASDB) 110-6. 2, loll (Bowie). 3, Seholtz (ASDB). 4, Johnson (Plma). POLE VAULT: 1, L. Butlerer (Plma) MOVi.. 2, Hurst ,(Plma). 3, J. Butlerez (Plma). 4, Merrill (S». David). H18H JUMPt 7, Merrll! (St. David) 5-8'/i. 2, Ner (ASDB). 3, Kuhn (Patagonia). 4, Hunt (Plma). IROAD JUMP: I, Ortiz (ASDB) 20-2M. 2, Brown (Pirn*). 3, Phillips (Bowie). 4, Judd (St. David). SUMMER HEAT- DISCOMFORTS! SEE US FOR AUTO AIR CONDITIONING SALES 4 SERVICE B A U M A D A M S O N MA 2-4861 | 314 N. St»f» Pirfc »l SM*4wiv 35n* it AlvtriMA I. 4th in TUCMR llv«. School All-Star Games at Flagstaff this August. They were named yesterday by the board of directors of the Arizona Coaches As- sociatnon at a meeting here. The cagers will work under Glen Kintner of Catalina, chosen to coach the South team after leading Catalina to the state Class AA championship in his first year as head coach, Kintner will have CHS star Dick Chapel, Tucson High's Mike A b o u d, Sunnyside's Gary Childs and Flowing Well's John News^me on his roster. North coach will be Ken Trout of Phoenix Central. Two quarterbacks, Del Salazar of THS and Jack Wellman of Sunnyside, head the grid aggregation, which will be coached by Bob Hendricks, boss of A r c a d i a ' s state champs. Also on the roster will be Bob Rakich and Mike Hess of Rincon, Roger Eagle and Lennie Don of Tucson, and Salpointe's John Hunnicutt. Complete rosters: COACHES--South basketball: Galen Ktntner, Catallna (20-2) and Howard Dean, Eior H9-6); North basketball; Ken Trout, Phoenix Central (17-1) and Mar- lln LaSuere, Round Valley (24-3); South football: Bob Hendricks, Scottsdale Arcadia (10-1) and Lalo Serrano, Hayden (8-0-1); North football -- Bill Saunders, Phoenix Union (7-2) ana Roy AWokawe, Peorla (7-2); North slxman--Llndell Jackson, Valley Union (7-1); South slxman: George Gardner, Lakeside (4-2). SOUTH BASKETBALL -- Gary ChlldJ, Sunnyside; Brooks Schlotfleld, WIllcox; Ron Grossmlller, Coolldge; Arnold Ramirez, Nogales; Mike Aboud, Tucson Hlsh; Bill LeSueur, Mesa; Dick Chapel, Catallna; Jim Palmer, Scottsdale; John Hewsome, Flowlni Wells; John Turney, Fort Thomas. NORTH BASKETBALL--Wayne Baleman, Agja Frla; Bob McCann, North Phoenix; Pete Blake, Parker; Dennis June, Holbrook; Terry Austin, Round Valley; Chuck Rolle, Flagstaff; Randy Lindner, Phoenix Central; Mike Fisher, Washington; Gordon Llndstrom, Phoenix Central; Gens Babcock, Tolleson. SOUTH FOOTBAL1--Delbert Salaiar, Tucson High; Jack Wellman, Sunnyilde; Dick Kerr, Morencl; Adon Wozlek, Douglas; James Brown, Benson; Mike Hess, Rlncor, John Hunnicutt, Salpolnle, Joe Escalada, Ron Chcsley, Globe; Bob Bertelsen, Scotlsdale Arcadia; Roger Eagle, Tucson Hlsh; Robert Collins, Scoftsdals Coronado; Jack Spaffard, Safford; Bob Rakich, Rincon; Jim Fambrough, Yuma Un|on; Mike DIBIase, WIllcox; Robert Montoys, SaHord? David Bracamonte, Hayden; Gilbert Carranza, Casa Grande/Everett Rollins, Scottsdale Arcadia; Pat McGInty, Scottsdale Arcadia; Lennie Don, Tucion Hlih; Ron Jordan, Coolldgn; Lynn Bedford, Mesa; Larry Flscui, Globe. NORTH FOOTBALL--Tim Flood, Bro- Phy Prep; Gary Kelpke, Snowflake; Jo« Austin, South Mountain; Walt Jones, Phoenix Union; Tom Quell! Round Valley; Tom Meaker, Phoenix Christian; John Frkovlch, Carl Hayden; Ray Maulz, North Phoenix; Dave Harper. Wlcken- buro; Dave Bennett, Glendale Hloh; John DeForeit, Phoenix Camelback; Pat Clev- enoer, Phoenix Camelbsck; Aruld Vied- mark. Phoenix Christian; Jerry White, Agua Frl»; Don Tarklnston, Phoenix Union; Art Duncan, Glendale; Jim Bramlet, Phoenix Camelback; Bob Young, Flagstaff; Joe Collins, South Mountain; John Hill, North Phoenix; Joe Manning, Peorla; Nathan Ely Wlnslow; D. L Nlckolaus, Snowflake; Gary Hlgbee, AMnous; Dennis Ison, Williams, Time Card Wins Hound Feature The featured eighth race at Tucson Greyhound Park last night was won by an outsider, Time Card, who defeated three greyhounds that were almost equal favorites at post time. Time Card broke with L. B.s Mac, and it amounted to a two-dog battle throughout the entire race. Royal Charge, who finished third, was far back until they hit the stretch. The other choice, Aussie Ball, was bumped on the first turn and lost all chances early. Time Card, going postward at. 15-1, returned $33 to win, and the 1-2 quinella was good for $55.20. A crowd of 2,000 wagered $63,582 on the 10-race program. Racing resumes Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. for the final week of the spring season. LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS FIRST, Tuciexi Course, Or. S-- (1) Hwsllt Harry S.K, 3.40, 2.W; (5J Elolrn, 12.20, 5.40; (6) Torque's Leon ?.»o. T-39.72. Q-l-5 (82.60). SECOND, j/l«, Gr. 1-- tl) Powur Player 3.M, 3.00, 3.00; (4) Sheer Look 4.40, J.80, (3) tlllnolj Sparkle 13.20. T--31.25. 13-1-4 {14.40) D.D. 1-1 (10.00). THIRD, Tucson Course, Gr. S--(1) Good Spot, 10.20, 5.BO, 3.40; (S) Cupid's Gomel, 5.00, 2.»0j (6) Mr. CorXy 7.80. T-40.70. 0-1-5 (2S.OO). FOURTH-5/14, Gr. 4-15) R«nd«r 8.00, 4.60, 3.40; (6) Party Dane* 3.80, 3.00; (7) Gabby Marland 4.«. T--31.49. Q-S- (12.40). FIFTH--Tucson Course, Gr. 4 -- ( 2 ) Sweet B'sciiir 4.20, 3.00, 2.40; (1) R F. Dlbbj 3.80, 4.00; (6) Judy Rock 3.00. T-40.68. Q-l-2 (14.40). i SIXTH-S/15, Gr. 3.-(«) He Cakhum 8.W, 4.60, 3.40.- (41 Jimmy Plcrial 3.60, 3.20; (3) Judy Red 5.20. T--3147 Q-4-B (ll.M). SEVENTH--Tucson Course, Or. 3--(4) Mertle Mack 11.80, 4.40, 5.40; (J) Jannro (Dead H»»t) 2.40, 2.BO; (7) Guest Sue (Dead Heat) 2.80, 3.20. T--«J7. Q-5-4 (10.20). Q-A-7 (21.20). EIGHTH-J/I6, Gr. T.--(2) Time Card M.OO, 16.20, 14.60C (1) L. B.I Mac 4.M, 3.M; (S) Royal Charse 2.10. T--31.43. Q-- NINTH, 5/14, Gr. T--(2) Cindy O'Neill i.60, 3.40, 3.40; (1) Lef Nay 5.40, i.OO; (5) Blue Suzette 5.60. T--31.J8.-Q--142 (13.20), TENTH, Tucion Course, Or. J--(5) Harmony Aflent 18.40, 1?.M, 4.20; (7) Be Quick 7.CO, 4.40; (1) Dondark 2.60. T-- 40.2J. Q-58,7 (72.40). D I G Q-J4M.40. Attendance--2XXX). Handlf-t43^62. Class AA Track Cast Shapes Up Mesa, Washington and Phoenix Union shaped up today as Rincon's chief competition in the State Track and Field Championships after winning their respective divisional crowns. Union won the 3AA title Saturday behind triple-victory Jimmy Hall and will come face-to-face with the Rangers this weekend in one of two Interd [visional Q u a l i f y i n g Meets. Mesa was the winner in 1AA, while Washington scored in 2AA. First-place winners: Division 1AA (Yuma) :10.J. (Yuma) :22.2. *. r » « u .. 440 DASHi Malloy (Scotfidale) ,so.9. Ma RUN: Thomas (Arcadia) 1:57.9 MILE RUN! Tullls (Carl Hayden) 4:303 lift HIGH HURDLES: Spears (Mesa) - 1 4 7 9 8 M a a , v Brlnk *--hoff (Mesa) :19.9. li» RELAY: Mesa 1:31.9. SHOT PUT: Shults (T) 57-4%. DISCUSi Ulmer (Tempo) 167-3. POLE VAULT: Phelps (Mesa) 13-0. HIGH JUMP: Vortee (Wash- tngton) 5-11%. BROAD JUMPi Cooper (Washington) 21-m. v-ooper Division 2AA 100 DASH: Frankle (Washlnoton) :10 1 520 DASH: Frankle (Washington) :22.0 440 DASH: Overcast (Cortei) :51.5. leg RUN: Porler (Brophy) 2:03.0. MILE RUN: Porter (Brophy) 4:38.9. 120 HIGH HURDLES: Sanford (Glendale) ;15.3. Ill LOW HURDLES: Barlon (Glendale) :20.2. MS RELAY: Washington 1:32.0. SHOT PUT: Young (Flasslaff) 61-6V4. DISCUS: Cherry (Washington) 162-111/4. POLE VAULT: Fish (Glendale) 12-4. Waddle (Sunnyslope) JUMP: ~ Parker HIGH S-9V*. (Washington) JUMP: BROAD JO-lOVi. Division 3AA TOO DASH: Hall (Union) :10.1. «« DASH: Hall (Union) :22.9. 44« DASHi Walrath (Central) :49.5. MO RUNi Coc- ne|o (South) 1:58.7. MILE RUN: GIssel (Washington) 4:28.7. 120 HIGH HURDLES: Eliey (Camelback) ilS.l. ISO LOW HURDLES: Barcello (Union) :20.5. 180 RELAY: Union 1:36.0. SHOT PUTi Clvlller (Camelback) 54*6. DISCUS: Bramlet fCamelback) 162-2M. POLE VAULTi Harris (Union) 13-?. HIGH JUMP: Eddings (South) 6-3. BROAD JUMP: Hill (Union) 23-8. Rangers May Build Dynasty Rincon's chances to build a high school baseball dynasty looked better than ever today after sophomore Jim Jackson threw a three-hit, 5-1 victory over Class A champion Douglas Saturday. The R a n g e r s , defending state Class AA titlists, are on the verge of winning their third straight Division 4AA championship. In other games Saturday, Phoenix Union and pitcher Gary Allen nipped Tucson High, 4-2; Phoenix Central stood off a late Catalina rally to win, 7-5; Pueblo banged out 13 hits in a 13-7 victory over South Mountain, and Flowing Wells lost a pair of Class A South games to Safford, 13-2 and 12-2. CENTRAL 001 213 0-7 10 1 CATALINA 000 000 5 -- S 5 2 O'Brien tW) and McMorem Parnosky (L, 0-1). Maalmer (5) nnd Snell. UNION 170 Ml 4- 4 7 I TUCSON 000 001 1 -- 2 5 3 Alien (W, X-J) and Brooks; Salazar (L, 1-1) and 5»nla Cruz. SOUTH MOUNTAIN 033 310 0~ 7 12 t PUEBLO OU 530 X--13 13 1 Under (L, 1-6), Zimmerman (4), Barry (4) and MacMorran, Romely (5). M'n- 9la (W, 5-3) and Nlcolauj. HR--Dauaherly (S). DOUGLAS 000 100 0-1 I 1 Rlf'CON )3l 000 X - S 7 2 Marlscal {L) and Watson. Jackson (W, 1-1) and Alden. First Oimt SAFFORD «» 510 0-13 * 7 FLOWING WELLS.. 010 001 0 - 2 8 4 Cleland (W) and Sanchen Straley (L, 1-3) and McMurrlch, Gage (5). Second Game SAFFORD 213 510 0--1J I 1 FLOWING WELLS.. JOO 000 0-2 ? 7 Wtnmall (W) znd Dodga, Controy (5)i McAndnw (L, 0-1), Hoyf {) iml Scott. RECREATION LEAGUES BADMINTON With the first Tucson championship safely tucked away, Irma Ficzerl goes after the Arizona Closed Badminton Tournament title at ASU this weekend. Miss Ficzeri took women's singles and women's doubles in the first tournament held by the Tucson City Parks and Recreation Department over the weekend. TRACK Santa Cruz took 15 of the 16 events to successfully defend its title In the 5th Annual Grade School Relays held at University of Arizona Stadium Saturday. St. Josephs with 391/2 points finished second to Santa Cruz's 4 5 f t , SOFTBALL Tucson's Rainbows dropped a 2-1, 10-inning exhibition to the Phoenix Ramblen yesterday at Phoenix.

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