Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 9, 1976 · Page 28
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1976 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E 1 1'A.GK 29 Ciliien Pholo by Lew Elliol! Golden opportunity Tony Villa and Jesse Silva, both 15 years old, battle it out for the 125-pound championship in their age group at the Tucson Golden Gloves Tournament. Villa won the match Saturday night. Walker's showing wasn't KG By STEVE CHANDLER , Citizen Sportswriter For a fighter who wasn't performing up to his standards, and whose manager considered him rusty and in need of work Chuck Walker did all right. Walker headlined the last of 77 amateur bouts that stretched over Saturday night and last night at Bear Down Gym in the fourth annual Tucson Invitational Golden Gloves tournament. / Walker decisioned a battling but less-experienced Frank "Flores last night to win the 165-pound tournament championship. The nationally famous Walker from Mesa won his 48th fight against 8 defeats by defeating the Tucsonian, who is now 16-7. "I wasn't fighting my fight," said Walker afterward. "I guess I was a little rusty. But I'm not taking anything away from that fighter, he was good." Walker was named the outstanding boxer of the tournament and Flores was awarded the "hard-luck" trophy. Flores seized the momentum in the first round taking the fight in to Walker who waited patiently before revealing his right-handed wind-up style that complemented his left jab more than effectively. Walker seized control of the fight midway through the first round and began scoring repeatedly against the courageous but worn-out Flores. "The kid needed the work tonight," said Walker's trainer Gene Lewis. "If he had won it in the first round, he wouldn't have received the workout he needed. He didn't hold back, he was just rusty and that Flores is tough." Walker was not the only boxer in action last night who has hopes for participating in the summer Olympics at Montreal this year. The other was 19-year old Tucsonian Luis Ruiz who won his three-round championship bout over Mike Ruelas decisively. Ruelas and Ruiz battled in what was the biggest crowd- pleaser of the evening. Although the stronger, quicker and more polished Ruiz had control of the fight from the beginning, Ruelas battled back from the ropes through all three rounds and won the tournament's sportsmanship trophy. Ruelas, a 16-year-old junior at Sunnyside High School, won the crowd's approval time and time again by going back into Ruiz's attack after referee Dave Hakan stepped between the fighters to see if Ruelas could continue. Tournament publicity director Roger Stinnett said he was pleased with the two-day turnout of 1,800 fans. Golden Gloves Results John Segovia. 95 -- George Garcia del Ramon Eslraria. 105 -- CarJ Butter del. F : rtUdic Gdiil. 110 -- Ranav Kobles del. Mario Tineo. 125 -- Charles Williams def. Dan Mafias. 15-year-olds: 60-- Tom Harrison def. Arnold Lopes 100--Jerry Booth del. Jimm Harrison. 106 -- Henrv Conlrcras def. Rick Roberlson. 112 -- Gcoroo Crawford del. Mauro Melenrtez. IZi -- Tow Villa aef. Jessie Silva. 132 -Lewis Williams def. Chuck Allelto. Novices: 125--Ramon Gallegos def Fedrlco Melendez. T32-- Randv Garret! del. Tim Jones. 139 -- Everett Colcman cfef. James Flowers. 147 -- Kennev Sfinolev del. Odell Howell. 154 -- John Foster del Russell Foster. Heavy -- Dick Lopez def. Mitchell Armslrono. Over Novice: 119-- Rafael Rodrigw? def. Al Monfova. 132--Louis Ruiz del. Mike Ruelas 1S6 -Clarence Howard del. Roosevcll Smith U7 -- Paco Peraila def. Jessie Alcazar ]« -- Chuck Walker del. Frank Florcs Heavy -- Jesse Kodoes won bv default. Devils win swim meet H was no contest when the Arizona State women's swim team came to town for the University of Arizona Invitational. The Sun Devils outdistanced the field Saturday with 905.5 points. Colorado State was second witii 684.83, Colorado next at 408.5 and the host Wildcats fourth with 400.75. Seven other teams followed. Team Scores I, Arizona Stale, 905.5, ?. Colorado Slate, 6U.S3; 3, Colorado. 406.5; 4, Arizona* 400.7S; 5. Brigham Young. 300.75; A, New Mexico, So.Bl; 7, Norlhcrn^lolora: do, 256.58; 8, Texas Tech, 3J3.S; 9. Utah, 192.75; 10. California Slate-Los Angeles, 81.5; 11, Central Arliona 20 Too Individual RnulH MO IM -- I, Melissa Oclotc, ASU, 1: II 2, Gall Murray. CSU, 2:15.5; 3. Kathv Bradley, CSU, 2:16 8 » fret -- I, Sally Tutlle, ASU, 25 0; 2. Grace Will. CSU, Js.l: 3, lie, Sallv Larson. CSU, (25.S). Debbie Decker. ASU, 125,8) iudopf decision i 200 Bdckslroke -- I, Urenciii blrctug- han, CSU. 2:08.2; 1, Melissa Bclole, ASU, 2:1U; 3, Ann Bacon. NM, 2:126. 100 Fly -- 1, Grace Mill, CSU. S9.9; 2, Kalhy Slelarth, ASU. 1:00.3 3. Stacev Joseph, ASU. 1:02.2 100 Breast -- l, Pam Rooers, ASU, l:0»2; 2. Gall Murray, CSU, 1:11.1; 3, Marsha Hlle, CSU, 1:13.7. *» Free Relay -- 1, Colorado Male, 3:37.4; 2. Arizona Slate. 3:37.8; 3. Colorado, 3:53.3. 400 Medley Relay -- 1. Arizona state. 4:OJ.O, 2. Coforado Slalc, .J:«,o. 3, Colorado, 4:J2 2. MO Free-- 1. Grace Mil, CSU, 1:54.0. 2. Blcnda Slraoghan. CSU, 1:585; 3, Janel Warden, UC. 1:59.2. 700 Breast -- 1, Pam Rogers, ASU, 2:29.2; 2,Gail Murray. CSU 2:34,9; 3, Jodv Gordon, UA, 2:35.9. 50 Back -- 1, Libbv Tullis. ASU. 28 5; 2. lie -- luaocs decision. Sallv Tultlo. ASU, (28.0), Grenda Slraugnan, CSU, (78X11 50 Fly - 1, Cappl Sletarlh. ASU, 27 6; 2. Libbv Tollls. ASU, 38.2; 3. Dcbtie Decker. ASU, 28.4. 100 Free Relay -- 1, Arizona stale, 1:40,0; 2. Colorado Slate. 1:41,8; 3, NorTIv cm Colorado, 1:47,0. Diving One-meter -- l, Kris Trilr, UA, 154.95; 2, Debbie Carr, ASU. 25025; 3. Theresa Broofcbank, ASU, 236.05. Three-meter -- 1, Debbie Carr, ASU, 266.65; 2, Bcv Boauchamn, Colorado, 25405; 3, Laurie Brunei, UA, 251.X. A t Invitational Arizona displays swim strength Greyhound llaciitg Racquet hall tourney Special 10 ihe Cliiztn SALT LAKE CITY - With three weeks to go until the Western Athletic Conference swim meet, the University of Arizona can now be considered the legitimate favorite to win the title. The Wildcats now have beaten every other team in the conference in at least one championship-style meet this season. Two weeks ago they trounced Arizona State and WAC Results Utah 87, Wyoming 69 UTAH (97) -- Mathenev 14-16. Meriatti 7 7-8 21, Judkins 12 4-6 28,Terry 4 0-0 8 Jonas. 1 5-6 7, Deane 2 M 4. Hodges 0 0-0 ".Williams 4 1-59, Grey 0 2-2 ^ Smilh 100 2, Garner 0 0-0 0, Stuck! 0 M 0. Totals 32 23-28. WYOMING (49) -- Barnett 2 1-2 5, Flanlgln 10 1-1 21, Shanor 3 1-4 7. Robinson 1 0-2 2, Rice 3 M 6, Adamd 3 M 6, vecchlo 20-04, Phillies 21-1 k, Revsk 2 2- ·I 6, McDonald 3M6. Totals 31 7-13 Halftlmc: Wvomlnfl 38. Utah 33. Tolal touts: utali 15, Wyoming 2. A: 2,884. CSU 93, BYU 84 BRIGHAM YOUNG (64) --Thompson 0 CM) 0, Cheesman 10 0-0 20, Handv 5 3-3 13. Craio3(HI6,Mould2004, Va L a « 4 0-0 8, ye. Law 3 3-a 1. Noble I fro 2. wil- Hams 3 4-6 10. Osfarcevic 2 CO 4, Jones 1 ^la Totals 34 16-20. COLORADO ST. (93) -- Bouldin 1 bo 2, Larrew 8 W 22, Cash 107-10 27, Anzures 6 3-X 15, Sabas 6 9-11 Jl.Codd OCtOO. Allen 0 M 0. Koosa 1 4-5 6, Sutler 0 W 0. F ish- er OOJOO, Drahota OfrOO. Totals 32 29-36 Halftime: CSU 48, BYU 32 Total louls 1 BYU 30. CSU 21. Fouled out: Chessman,' Handv, Craig. Technicals, Bouldin. BYU bench. A: 4.B52. New Mexico in the Arizona Invitational. Then last weekend the Cats travelled to the site of the WAC meet, University of Utah, and handily defeated the remaining WAC teams in the Utah Invitational. UA finished with 866 points, followed by Brigham Young, 733 and Utah 605. Rounding out the field were Colorado of the Big Eight Conference, 417, Wyoming, 309, Colorado State, 241, and Arizona State, 69. Arizona took only two firsts Saturday, with, freshman Ken DeMont winning the 200-yard backstroke in the fine time of 1:57.99, and sophomore diver Bart Morris capturing the three-meter event. Arizona's next action will be this weekend at McKale Pool Saturday against Utah, [t will be UA's final home appearance of the season. Team Scores -- Arizona 86«, Brigham Young 733, Utah 605, Colorado 417, Wyoming 309, Colorado State 241, Arizo- Tucson Greyhound Park FIRST RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Grade 1. 6 J.w. .Superstar, 16.80, 7.40. 3.00. 5 lone Wimple. 5.40. 2.40. 1 Winsome Chief, 2.80. SECOND RACE' -- Tucson Course. Grade 2. 2. D's Marcv. 6.80, 3.60. 3 40. 5 Oklahoma skipper, 3.80. 4.00. 4 K.A Noel, 5.40. Q.d 2-6 20.40. Perl. 2-6 49.60, D.D.6-2103.60. T. 29.80. THIRD RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Grade 3, 6 Verdell. 9.40, 5.40, 5.60. 3 L.C.'s Black Top, 4.00. 3.40. 8 Belinda, 9.20. Q. 3-6 14.20 Perl. 6-3 37.50. T. 31.56. FOURTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Grade 2. 7 Tango Brown, 8.60. 6.60, 3.40. 8 Rav's Parly Doll, 11.00, 5.00. 4 Mexican Minute, 5 80. Q. 7-833.20. Perl. 7-8 77.40. T. 31.71. FIFTH RACE -- Tucson Course. Grade 1, 1 Cash cap, 2.40, 3.00, 3.20. 6 Wendy Faith, 4.60, 2.80. 2 Miss Wade. 2.40. Q. 1-8 11.00. Perl. 141 18.00. T. 39.40. SIXTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Grade 3, 8 Regale Tavyv, 4.60. 3.00. 2.60. S Luckv Ann. 5.20, 3.20. 1 Bell Briton. 3.00. Q. 5-8 27.40. Pert. 8-572.00. T. 31.47. SEVENTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile. Grade 1. 8 Lonodale Action, 11.00, 4.60 260 I Work Out, 4.00, 2.60. 5 Konev's Key 2 60 Q -eVS.!MB- Pjfc 1 " M - T - 3-ra. .EIGHTH RACE -- Tucson Course, Grade 4. 6 Honorary. 48.40, 13.80. 600 4 Silent way. 4.40, 3.40. 7 Molave Charm, 5 M. 0. 4-6 58.40. Perl. « 18o'60. T. 40.42. NINTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile. Grade 1. Sostlkosh Misly, 77.60. 14.80. 5,00 7 Front Aclion. 17.20. 8.80. 6 Oklahoma JIm7 jS Q. 5-7374.00. Perl. 5-7 783JO. T. 31.18 TENTH RACE _ 5/?6 Mile, Grade 3. 6 J. W. valiant, 9.20, 4.60. 2.60. 4 Myra B Eckert, 7.20, 5 40. 7 lone J. D . 6 20 Q 4-8 91.80. Perl. 8-1 229,50. T. 31.6* ELEVENTH RACE - 5/16 Mile. Grade 2, 2 Wego Fleet. 6.80, 3.60. 3 40 3 Darnell learns Chase hard to catch in finals TWELFTH RACE -- Tucson Course Grade 3. 6 Opal's Pel. 18.20. 7.4076 20 3 Jo Bonnie Bell, 6.40. 5.00. 5 Valerie Ann, 5.20, Q, 3* 35.40. Perl. 6-3, 106.50. T. 39.78 Aim -- -/,jv. Big Q. Paid 2-3 and 3*, 535,20, Perl. --6-3, 106.50. Handle-- 154/.21 The king is dead, and he didn't make the finals. Bill Hildebrand of Phoenix, defending Arizona racquetball champion, was the victim of the only major upset of this weekend's slate tournament at the Tucson Athletic Club. in the most exciting racquetball ever seen in Tucson, Hildebrand was ousted in the semifinals by Mesa's Paul Darnell. Darnell wasn't up to the challenge of Steve Chase of Phoenix, who has won nearly everything he's entered since moving to Arizona last summer. Controlling the tempo, Chase defeated Darnell yesterday for the 1976 Arizona singles racquetball championship, 21-8, 21-11. Hildebrand took the playoff for third from his doubles partner, Mike Aubrey of Phoenix . 17-21, 21-13, 21-14. In the consolation bracket, John Travaglio of Phoenix outlasted Tucson's Dean Steiner 21-17, 18-21, 21-20. The only glory for Tucson came in the women's division, where Orva Lewis throttled defending champ Nancy Ellis of Phoenix, 216, 21-2. Jackie Gauna of Tucson was third, defeating Tempo's Susan Creswell. Women's consolation winner was Moira Roark of Mesa over Ann Thomson of Tucson. Hal Price of Phoenix retained his t i t l e as masters champion (age 45 and over), defeating Tucson's Lou Boisvert 21-19, 21-3. Manuel Statini of Scotlsdale was third, beating Warren Lynch of Tucson. Consolation winner was Ron Stulik of Scoltsdale, over Tucson's John Brandon. In the seniors division (35-45), Ron Haisting of Phoenix again went home with the silver. He defeated Phil Grace of Phoenix n-S 20-21,21-8. Don Griffin of Phoenix won ihird place, while Tucsonian Russ Woodman captured the consolation bracket. Don Thomas of Mesa lost only one game in three days to win the junior division. In the final, his victim was Bob Bolan of Tempe '113, 13-21, 21-17. na State 69. Arizona Results 500 Free -- Tom Olson, second, 4:49.68. Dave Fenske, fourth, 4;S309. Pete Dernier, slxlh, 4:55.38. 100 Free -- Hans Van Arkel, (ourth, MO Bock -- Ken DeMonl, lirsl, 1:57.99. Gordon Clevenger, second. 2:00.30. 200 Breast -- Don Winanl, second, 2:15,45. Fred Farley, fourlh, 2:1B99 Barnev Heath, sevenlh. 2:20.65. 100 Fly -r- Peter Tonellato, second, 1:58.55. Charlie Peterson, sixth, 2:01 _5». 400 Free Relay -- Arliona. (Tim Tucker, DeMont, Van Arkel, Clevenqcrl, Ihlrd, 3:12.15. 3-Meter Diving -- Barl Morris, ttrst, 465.95. Steve Overs, second. 4-4030 Glenn Howard, eighth, 364.55, Steve Hodges, Mm, 337.80. 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