PAGE 30 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, I960 Want Ad Taken -^Jke On -Pity ^' Daily -- 8 am to 5 p.m. Sot Sun.--8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ph. MA. 2-5855 RECREATION RESULTS OURY PARK SOFTBALL U N T O U C H A B L E S (Hi 1C, 1-J* i S N Z A R E P . E JRS. Jir Â«- I 5 * Large Catfish Biting At Pena Blanca Lake Niellf*. ' H A C K E R FURNITURE OX M-- 3 2 Â» ; TELEPHONES .. . OS1UI SÂ»--M 10 J '' Langt f*d B r C M n t ; Nowcil ind PÂ»fÂ»- ' R O D E M T S .. 030 Â«-- I Â« 12 CL G R A N D E M K T . 3M (Â«--17 ?9 J Grinnr! Â« n d 0rÂ»ncherc; L f t Â»nd ' TÂ»n 0 . CORBlNlLOCK SETS CORBIN Residential Â· Commercial Good Buildings Drin-m Quality Cotbin Uartlmire 201 S. TWDALL Â· V.4 3-4728 \ Big catfish, ranging up to four ' pounds, have been caught in Pena I Blanca Lake the last couple o f ; i days, indicating a bonanza week: end may b; in the making f o r ; , catfish angling there. Most of the big ones were tak: en in about 10 10 12 feet of wa- i j ter, Pena Blanca Lodge operator i Jim Tucker said. ' [ Tucker also said some trout-- i j Hank, Zalazar To Vie i i j DETROIT--J5-- Henry Hank of i i Detroit, ranked fifth among the \ world's middleweights by the Na- j tional Boxing Assn., has signed j for a 10-round bout with Argcn- j Una's Victor Zalazar in the University of Detroit's stadium June 28. remaining from last winter's experimental plant--wore taken early in the week. Bass haven't been biting as well as catfish the last few days, he said, but the few trout taken were all 15 inchers or larger. Rose Canyon Lake on Ml. Lemmon was re-planted early in tiie week and may continue to improve up to Monday's standard a f t e r a slow start. Generally over the state, thf State Game and Fish Department rates Ashurst tops for troiii, with Big Lake, East Clear Creek, the Greer Lakes. Show Low Lake and Kinnikinick Lake nearly as good. 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Tate is tied for fifth in the broad jump at 24-10%. A fourth Wildcat, polevaulter Dick Glover, is tied for ninth in the vault at DESERT SPORTSMAN By Bill Davidson r "."-". . Â·- Tv',^V.; : ;r:.,,V Â· Â· - Â· - Â· .:"Â·:,.!. Â·^^./:- Â· '.:, School Rifle Decision Big One ARIZONA'S athletes will be competing in a field which includes such greats as Australia's king of the milers. Herb Elliott, high jumper John Thomas and a trio of great shot putters in the [21st Annual Compton Invitational Track mnd Field Meet, Elliott, nursing a knee and leg muscle ailment, faces Jim Grelle, National Collegiate champion from Oregon, and Archie San Roman! Jr., of Kansas. But the 22-year-old world record holder from down under cautioned one and all not to expect too much of him tonight. "Just say I'm optimistic," Elliott said, indicating that he hopes to run a creditable race. He has been undergoing treatments at UCLA the past few days. THE AUSSIE was deeply regretful that he had to withdraw from last Saturday'! race at Modesto, Calif., because of the injured leg. "I had hoped to get in some good racing in the United States," he continued. His present tour ends with the Compton meet, and he is' scheduled to return home Sunday. THOMAS, the sensational jumper from Boston, with an all-time and .recently made best mark of 7 feet 1% inches, will be making his first California appearance. His opposition will be Charlie Dumas of the University of Southern California, the first man to hit the 7-foot ceiling in the event. Track observers, in a poll, predicted that Thomas would do seven feet here and several felt that Dumas would match his efforts. Â·Parry O'Brien, Bill Niedcr and Dallas Long are slated to renew their shot put battle. O'Brien still holds the world record of 63 feet 4 inches, but Nieder has a record- pending mark of 65-7 and Long, Southern Cal Sophomore, 64-6. Promoters had hoped to see Jim Beatty, who ran a mighty 3:58.0 mile at Modesto, return against Elliott. But Beatty, with hopes pinned on making the U.S. Olympic team at a longer route, is entered in the 5,000 meter run. Four Share Links Lead MEMPHIS -- at -- The $30,000 Memphis Open golf tournament blasted into its second round today with a herd of eager front runners pondering every stroke. Tied with 65s were rookie Bob Shave of Willoughby, Ohio, and three old pros, Ken Venturi of San Francisco, Howie Johnson of Houston and Bob Rosburg of Palo Alto, Calif. One stroke back were Ben Hogan of Fort Worth and Baltimore's Bill Collins. Six bunched at 67, included de- j fending champion Don Whitt of Borrego Springs, Calif. Six more had 68s and eight others were poised at 69. The J26 pros and 14 amateurs will be thinned out--to the top 70 pros and ties--after the second 18 over the 6,500-yard, 34-36--70 Colonial Country Club course. Rosburg was the only front runner to make his 65 the hard way. An etrly starter, he was in the sodden rough 12 times and was sand trapped twice. But his ironwork glittered and he was master of the green, using just 26 putts. One outdoor column probably won't influence a school board, but nonetheless the writer would like to get in one more lick for the friends of the Tucson high school rifle program; The board will be acting on city school administrators' final decision--whether to abandon or continue the smallbore rifle program at Tucson and Catalina Highs. This HS rifle program, even its strongest proponents will admit, is not perfect. Fairness dictates that if continued it should someday be added at Pueblo and Rincon. Some people say it is a costly educational frill--unnecessary. Proponents' disagree. This feeling is based mostly on the kind of world we live in--a rapidly-urbanizing world in which for many youngsters the only safe, sane way to learn shooting and hunting is in just such programs as those at Catalina and Tucson. And it is a kind of world in which capability with the rifle will perhaps suddenly become a much greater asset than Latin or basketball or drama. This is in spite of predictions that goggle-eyed scientific geniuses will mastermind and fight the next war . . .Brain-center it they may, but, the bulk of the fighting will still be done by people with rifles. Programs such as rifle shooting competition and firearms-safety training do as much to instill physical coordination and discipline of the body as the louder-touted varsity sports . . . And a great many military and other tests have shown that "varsity" public school athletic programs could be doing a much better job on the average kid, too, and perhaps less focusing on gate receipts, by the way. All this doesn't even account for the value of rifle training as a preventative for juvenile delinquency, wfiich the June American Rifleman magazine editorial states a good case for. Ballyhoo notwithstanding, it has been well observed that such programs have a major value in interesting youngsters in the proper use of firearms, rather than gang-war bushwhacking that not only causes tragedy but also induces more demands for anti-gun legislation. Instead of discontinuing this type of program, perhaps school people should be figuring out how to make it more inclusive. Statistics have shown the value of such training in reducing hunting casualties--and the people of the United States might one day be grateful for the great impact, too, of this kind of lesson. * * * NATIONAL RIFLE ASSN. technical staffers, testing the new .264 Win. Magnum rifle mnd kwd, got fine accuracy from the 140- grain bullet cartridge, poor results from the 100-grain job, NRA technicians admitted they couldn't figure out why the 100-grain didn't perform--after making all the usual basic checks and tests to discover what was happening. Indication may be, ftough, that the 100-grain bullet's velocity is a iittle high. Both 140- and 100-grain loads checked out near factory-advertised velocities, etc.--3,200 feet per second for the 140, 3,700 for the 100, although the 100 was a little shy of its claimed speed. -*Â· * Â·*Â· SPORTSMEN IN EASTERN ARIZONA could conceivably find themselves with an opportunity to collect an unusual trophy, judging from reports reaching the Game and Fish Department from Apache County. These reports indicate that Barbary sheep, an African animal introduced as a game species into New Mexico ten years ago, have been spotted by several individuals. Under Arizona law, any animal not specifically defined as game, furbearing or predatory is automatically classified as a non-game animal, and may be hunted at any time of the year and taken in' any number. The only legal requirement for animals in this category, which would include Barbary sheep, would.be a general hunting license. The general feeling among members of the Arizona Game and Fish Department is that the sheep would definitely not be a desirable addition to our native wildlife populations. The iheep are quite intolerant of other animals, according to reports, and it is felt in addition that they would probably compete seriously with deer and elk. Ike's Grandson Raps 2 Hits In First Game GETTYSBURG, Pa.-- UPI -President Eisenhower's grandson, David hit two singles and struck out in three trips to the plate and committed two errors afield in his debut as second baseman for the Moose team in the Gettysburg Little League. Twelve-year-old David's two hits drove in two runs and helped his team beat the Rotary Club 8-3. VACATION TIME? Costs lew, save* time, It'* mere fun to CAMP OUT See our complete lino el Coleman stoves and lanterns. Little Brown Jug ice chests, genuine igloo cool cans, cook kits and penguin sleeping begs, SPORTSLINE 3912-14 to. 6th ave. Top Woman Amateur Won't Try Pro Golf HARLECH. Wales--(1ft--Barbara Mclntire, holder of both the American and British women's amateur golf titles, today shrugged off all talk about turning professional. "I plan to continue playing amateur golf and will defend my national amateur at Tulsa in August," the 25-ycÂ«r-old Lake Park, Fla., brunette said shortly after collecting the British trophy. GE1 ACQUAINTED SPECIAL Arizona's I a r jÂ» ". I - Mow Complcir Brake (lime - Ol ttfs You All rhis: 1 Pfi-ssurr pjck IrOnl Wheel bt-Mnni!'- Â«ilh ticri ci.idi fiber *hfrl tx-arinc crease 2 Chock, add btakr fluid J Adiusi brakcv 4. 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