Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 42
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 42

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
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PA6E44 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, Federal L.L. Meet Boston Signs Runner THEN CAME $10 MILLION Scheduled Mondav 1 BOSTON -- UP! -- Ex-Minnesoti A meeting of the Federal '· halfback Richard Blakcly has League of the Tucson Little signed with the Boston Patriots League will be held »t John B. of the new American Football Wright School Monday at 7:30 League. Blakcly v.-ss nsmcd « p,m. Parents and officers of the ; the All-Army football team 4n league are invited to attend. ' 195". Dempsey Shocks Champ With Tale Of $1.50 Purse For 30 Rounds ti I P. it M it *·* K »* a* TONIGHT st off Mesa on highway oO-TO-SO-S* 8:15 p.m. irf s I I I? i f. I I v 1 I B w · - iff or Cleat rive to 3 ch« loi a .ww" V«» Sorry. Ho Racing thru June 5 FINAL WEEK GREYHOUND PARK Great Racing Under the Stars By OSCAR FRALEY NEW YORK --UP1- Jngemar Johansson, a young "price" fighter from Sweden, listened wide-eyed »s Jack Dempsey talked. Ingemar will pick up $750,000 one night this month when he battles Floyd Patterson for the heavyweight championship of the world. At first glance your eyes can skip over that figure but roll it out slowly: "Three- quarters of a million dollars." So he almost went into shock when Dempsey told how, at a comparable stage of his career, he fought three Woody 10-round bouts--for a total of $1.50. Dirty Carpets? SCHERCK'S EA 7-5779 Ingemar, after 22 bouts, is the heavyweight champion of the world, Dempsey. after 22 bouts, still was a gaunt, hungry kid of 19 prowling the mining camps of Nevada. "I was flat broke in Reno and a guy came to me and asked me if I'd go to Goldfield to fight a tough mug named Johnny Sudenberg," Dempsey related. "Sudenberg's opponent had run out. But the -guy offered me J106, which, of course, had to be split two ways with my manager, plus a one-way ticket to Tonopah, near Goldfield. So I grabbed it." Ingemar 1 * blue eyes bugged. "Anyhow," Dempsey went on, "I was just a kid with a sweater and t pair of boxing shoes in a paper bag. So I rode the train all night to Tonopah. The site was a saloon and I was working with t guy when I missed a left and fell into him and cut him across the Genuine B.F.Goodrich 6.70-1 S Safety-S Tubt»Typ« Full tread depth. Full width. Full 4-ply construction. Proven 7-rib tread design. That's the B.F.Goodrich Safety-S, the best low-priced tire value in America today. Safe, quick stops and long wear make it the ideal choice for light driving. See it today. 14 16 95* 7.10-15 NYLON ILACKWAU 12 95*« .00-16 NYLON BLACKWALL 95* 7.60-15 NYLON ILACKWALL DOWN WEEKLY 4AM *Plut fax and r«tr*odobl« tir«. STOP AT THE SIGN OF THE SMILING TIRE! Smileage * In.Hc.ttai CrMHt T«TIM Av»B«W« . . , Choice ·( !M)«y «r T/B£ COMPANY · * m N. MALMA -·- P»rk at Spe«iway DIAL MA J-2W2 Snd at Atvenwm DTALEAS42M * E. 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Derepsey c f t u c k l e d , "We spread the word around that two 'great' fighters were in town and they asked us to put on a fight. We did and fought to a draw again--and this time we passed the hat. "We got $3 and so, after we split, I had gone 30 rounds with Sudenberg for a lousy $1,50," Dempsey finished up. ; Ingemar was pale by now. "But it's all right," Dempsey shrugged. "Before it's all over for me, I guess I earned about $10,500,000; out of my ring career." ....' : Jost Runs 4:22.9^ Mile In 'AAU Race - · . - · - - , . . r . ..., 1 , : · TEMPE--(Special)--Bill Jost, the untiring -Camel- sack High School senior, loped to the fastest Mile in state prep history-last night--a 4:22.9 effort in-thtfthjOT annual Arizona AAU track and field meet. :-f ' j-?/' ,".·"·"' Jost, however, was paced to a 60-second lirst quar- er and * 2:05 half by Arizona State University itar Alex Henderson. Henderson titeh loafed until Jost had lapped him and pulled the Phoenician to his rec- ELEMENTARY CHAMPIONS Alex Bracamonte, left, Coach Richard Martinez and Johnny Felix display the trophy their Carrillo team received'fqr.winningihe city.- elementary «chpol loftbaircham- , . piohship. . ! . . - r ·'.. "."'.',' 'J.V ord finish. Harry Lucky, running unattached out of Tucson, won both the "high and low hurdles. His time was 14.4 in the highs, despite hitting three hurdles. GEORGE ROUBANIS, who placed third in the last Olympics and will compete again this summer at Rome .for the Greek Olympic team, won the pole vault at 14-4 on the basis of fewer missed than ^ASU's John Rose. Roubanis is currently employed in Tucson and training for the Olympics. Only double winner besides Lucky was ChtrleS Howard of South Mountain High', who won the broad jump «t 22-1 and the 100-yard dash in 10.1 -- finishing ahead of Tucson High's Jim Doty, Winningham Takes Post In California PHOENIX --(* --Sam Win- singhum, head football coach at Phoenix Union High School, has been hired to establish a football program at San Fer-. nando Valley State College at Northridge, Calif. San Fernando State, a four- year achool now in its second year al operation, hopei to have a varsity football program by 1962. It competed this year in basketball, baseball 'and track. In. seven years at Phoenix Union, Winningham coached six state championship teams " in two sports. His football teams won the Class^'A title in ]!)54 and ]955 and his wrestling teams won four state titles. Replace OIL FILTER CARTRIDGE who pulled a' muscle and' fell into toward at the finish. LED BY .DUNN; TATE m LOCK Krsidcitt'tal omtnercial . BUILDER RESULTS H I G H JUMP--1. AJinumdcr (Tucion) t-l. 1. (tie): D*vle« un.). KHott (Gltn- dale). Tr»dup (PC). Townaend (Tuci HS-V H«rri* (Tuoon), Thompion (Tucion). ·SHOT PUT--1, Aiaelmo (ASU). «-10; J. Morris (Glcndilc HS), «-l',i; 3. Burtc*'(Aiinphi HS). 40-7',',. JAVf LIN--J. McDonntll (ASU) 309-0; 1. Mlllw (un.) 300-1: J. J«iiy (ASU) MILE--1. Jost .(Camtlback); 1. Si- nuelra (Gltndil* HS). T--4:2J.». 1JO-YAP.D H I G H HURDLES-- 1. Lucky (Tucawi), J. iThompion (Tucion), 1. Doty (Tucson HS). T--14.4. · R O A D JUMP--1. Howard (S. Mt.) JJ-8. 1. StUl (un.) M-«. J. Jtliy (ASU) aa-i. ' · ' 440-YAKD- -DA1H--1. M«l Sp«nct fASU). 3. M«l Sp«ne« (ASU). S. Bi'ad- l«y (PC'). T--«7.4. 100-YAP.D DAtH--1. Howd (S. MU, J. PhUlIp* (PUHS), 1. Jtliy (ASU). T--10.1. WOMIN'f 100 YAP.O DASH-1. Brand, J. Wills, 3. WykoH. T-ll.B. MO-YARD BUN--1. Hlckman in»tori ). 3. Roblnion (Men). I. H««d (Camtlback). T--1:S«.8. . DISCUS--1. RlifS (Palo Vtrdt) H1-4, J. Anitlmo (ASU) 1«.0. ». Morrli (Glendali) 141.4. 4JO-YAP.O DA*H--1. Ballard (WA1TB), J. Brmllty (PC), l. Ittrtln (WATS). MO-YARD LOW HUP.DLKC--1. Lucky (Tucion). 2. Howard (S. Mt.). I. McPeak (PUHS). T--M.I. TWO-MILE P.UN--1. »lqu«lra (Glen- dalt), J. Jort (CajntlbacK), I. illvtr- thomt (North). T--io:J4.o. POLI VAULT --1-2 (tie) Xoubanli (Tucton), and Hot* (ASU) 14-4, 1 (tie) Gutrra (T«np«). Jtliy (ASU), Dtviti (un.), HanhlU (Tucaon). all 11-10. Arizona Trackmen Enter on Trip Planned By Pastrano CHICAGO -- UPI -- Willie Pastrano, a dancing light.'heavyweight who extended his' winning streak to six bouts last night, will forsake the United States for his next scrap, he said today. Pastrano, a unanimous victor over Sonny Ray in 10 rounds, planned to go to Glasgow, Scotland, f o r - a 10-round match with ChicJtie Calderwood for $10,000, which he said "1 can bring back with me." Pastrano, · New Orleans native now living in Miami, said that he would lake to get A title chance at 175 pounds with the light heavyweight champion Archie Moore, but he didn't anticipate the chance. "I guess my best chance would be for him not to be able to make the weight and try to fight heavyweights," he said. "Then if they'd have a tournament for the light heavyweight championship, I could get in it, and I could win it." Six members of the University of Arizona track" team, 1960 Border Conference champions, will participate in the .Compton Invitational Relays tomorrow night. Sprinter Larry Dunn will be running against the same sprinters he met tt the Coliseum relays- two weeks ago. Dunn is tied with six · other runners for the fastest time in the 100-yard dash with a- 9-,4 docking. His main- opposition should come from Ray Norton and Dave Sime, both of whom have tied the World record clocking of 8.3. · . · · . . · Border Conference discus champion Jim Burke, with a best throw this year of 183-3V5 will be competing in his specialty against USC's Jim " W a d e and ex- Olympians Sam Oerter and Rink Babka. Also entered in the discus throw for the Wildcats is national freshman record holder .Karl. Johnstone. Johnstone has a best of 179-'/ 2 . Ray Hiscok, who took fourth place in last week's Modesto Relays will be entered in the shot put. He holds the school record at 57-3 and has a- best throw this year of 56-9. Freshman distance star Jack Hudson will enter the 810-yard run. Jim Tate, one of the greatest, track and field stars in UA history! will compete in the broad jump. This .will be Tate's first competition against Olympic caliber athletes this year.' " ' ' " " ' · * · ·*· *" ' COMPTON, Calif.-UPI-Herb Elliott, Australia's world champion miler, is r a r e l y overshadowed in a track and field meet but the high jumping duel between John Thomas and Charley Dumas in tomorrow night's Compton invitational meet may be the feature attraction. ..For, Thomas, who has ..jumped the highest of any man in the world, it will be his first western .appearance and the first time he and Dumas, the Olympic champion, have met outdoors. And to add to the interest, Ed Costa of Brigham Young University, the third best jumper in the United States with a leap of 6 feet, 11 Inches this year, was a late ad- dition to the field. . ' " . " ' . . . Elliott, whose trip to the United States was instigated by Compton meet director. Herschel Smith, is hopeful he may be in tpp condition for the mUe in which he will receive his opposition Jrom.such outstanding American performers as Jim Grelle of Oregon, Jerome Walters of the ·Southern California Striders, and Archie San Romani Jr.,'of Wichita. '...'..','".' , RENT A LET'S 60 BALING Keglers Lanes » OPEN 24 HOURS " Not Solving Liquor 1240 N Stone Reservodons MA 3-263? by Hour, Day or · Week!'Low Rates!; · Pickups .-IHTon * 2-Ttsn w hydraulic, gatp TUCSON WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO. PHONE 23331 1 10 f o s t Si«lh S t r r r t Off letOpM 7 Dtjn · RACING EPSQM, Englinil--St. Paddy. 17-H. Karma » thr«i-l«ngth victory in th« dtrby. Angcn, th« fivorilt, brake » Itg and wm d«*troytd. NEW YORK--North Pol« Zpd (M3.W1 b»t King O'Turf by i hud In thi 129,000 Cdflimcrt Handicap t thi opining of Btlment Park. STANTON, D.I.--Beiu Pilot (19.40) ·asily won tht feature at Delaware Park. BOSTON -- Front - running Cabezon (17-20) romped t« a five-length deci- · ion In Suffolk Downe 1 best race. CHICAGO--Wltherlten potted her fourth »tr»lght victory In /accounting far tht Kindergarten Puric at Wa*h- ington Park. INGHWOOD, Calif.--Prince Lewkcr (S9.40) icorad a nose victory in the V7.SOO headllner t Hollywood Park. * competition sports c»r, read-ability like you never Mt. ..but-full fimity- comfort. VOLVO proved tor 30 yean in Sweden A New Location for VOLVO FRANK DAWSON Motor Co. DIAL MA 3-4728 S«f*f et Parts F«cilifr«t. 406 N. 6th Ave. MA 2-2*36 FREE LESSONS in the CITIZEN-YMCA LEARN-TO-SWIM CAMPAIGN Free beginners' classes will'^e held, June 13 to 1.7. . The classes art open only to boys and girls, 9 through 14 years old, who cannot swim. All classes will be taught by qualified lifeguards in one of the Tucson YMCA's fine pools. Classes at the Central "Y" will be open to boys only, and only girls will be instructed atihe Lighthouse "Y." You must register on or before June 8 to take ad- vantag* of these free lessons. You must show up on June 1 1 for assignment to your class. - · Here's how you register: I--Fill out registration blank below. 2--Have one of your parents sign it. 3--Take it to the "Y" before June 8. BOYS MUST REGISTER at the Central YMCA, 516 N. 5th Ave. GIRLS MUST REGISTER at the Lighthouse YMCA, 3706 E. 5th St. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity. SIGH UP HOW! CITIZEN-YMCA LEARN-TO-SWIM CAMPAIGN Nam* Aft Adrfrtt* r*hen« I li«r*l»y §iv« my *m«itt for my cWW wh* ccnnof swim, f* take fr** l«st*n* itrt mt YMCA. My chiM ii in f»»«j t

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