Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 32
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PAGE 32 TUCSON DA ILY CITIZEN FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, IfW Women Golfers Face Tou 2 h Go HORSE WITH A HEART FAN FARE MOUNT CLEMENS. Mich.--UPI --The odds were solidly against sub-par golf at the Hillcrest Country Quo today where * field of j 45 set out on the first round of i the rain-delayed women's Wolver- j ine Open. j A pounding thunderstorm washed j out yesterday's first round of : scheduled play in the $7.500 tournament and considerably tough-1 ened the course. The ladies, H amateurs and 28 j touring pros, had dubbed the j length of the 6.463-yard course as the chief obstacle of the tourney i and the water - drenched layout was certain to make it toucher. Bally Ache (Old Honesty) Points At Belmont Stakes ********** A HORSE RACING SATURDAY-SUNDAY -^ PRESCOTT DOWNS * Yavapai County U Fairgrounds yL. S RACES DAILY * Pari-Mutuel Daily Double Quinella Wagering Parade to ^T" Post-I:15 ·%- Admission SI ·jL. By OSCAR FRALEY , NEW YORK--UPI-Eddie Ar- j caro. regarded as a race-riding miracle man on anything short of favorites, tells a story about the owner who gave him very explicit instructions about how ; to win with his horse. ; "Rate him third to the head j of the stretch then take the lead \ and come on to win," the owner ! ordered. i Arcaro's mount started last, j was last at the head of the i stretch--and finished last. ! The owner was outraged. j "What did you want me to | do," Arcaro shrugged. "Carry j him?" Jimmy Pitts gave more or less the *ame kind of instruc- tions to Bob Ussery in the Jersey Derby as the three-year- old crop went at it again on the heels of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness en route to the June 11 Belmont Stakes. "Rate him to the top of the stretch," P i t t s commanded, "and then throw mud in their faces the rest of the way." Ussery did- The difference is that he had the horse--a heart covered with horsehide who is known to his stable crew on the backside as "Old Honesty." That would, of course, be Bally Ache, winner of eight of 11 races this year including the Preakness and the Jersey Derby. And "Old Honesty" is out to CONFIDENCE E A R N E D LOOK FOR THIS SIGN NEW CAR DEALERS! AND BE SURE Buy Your Used Car with Confidence from Your DEPENDABLE New Car Dealer YOB can be CONFIDENT of . . . · the RIGHT Selection · the RIGHT Condition · the RIGHT Service · the RIGHT Guarantee · the RIGHT Financing Right Now You Can Choose from almost ONE THOUSAND fine USED CARS on Tucson's NEW CAR DEALERS 17 Used Car Lots. Coler . . . ttyle . . . price . . . there's a car for every need, tatte and pocketbook. You'll find j u t t what you wont when you buy your uied car hem your New Car Dealer. IN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING, LOOK FOR THIS Y Y Y V Y Y Y Y Y XYYYYYYYV Tucson vvvvvyYYy V W Y Y V W v ...... . __ NEW CAR DEALERS' NEW CAR DEALERS ASS'N \ ············^···········i HXTH TUCSON ·OUNTIT x-v PARK CUtfMU. KVD. CUM M ) k MIL HOFFMAN NNTIK 1430 N. Ortcle · 1133 K. Don I CAUOWAY MOTORS 1237 N. Stew · 1548 C. »re*)wi» 847 N. Stone · S20 ». Shwt YODNQ BtllCK, WC. 640 K. Sjont « 635 R SWr« 415 N. Shrtli · S2D L 22nd WOO N. Stone . 3313 E. \ HOl¥rS TBTTU ItOH WHY FWB 800 L BroiAviy »OlirNeS PlYBOBTH 901 £. frnrtrw nmrn WATA* t-n 2100 1. Brorlwr/ \SEIIT RTOTOKS convince the rest of his rivals in the Belmont that finishing second in the Kentucky Derby was all a mistake. They were saying early in the j spring that Bally Ache was a colt "short on distance" for the major three-year-old r a c e s . Meaning that he didn't have the stamina to get out in front, set the pace and than turn back the challengers as they came to him. He did just that, and conclusively, in the Jersey Derby when Tompion flew at him and was turned back in the mile and one-eighth journey. But they're all aching for another shot at him on June 11, It will be, more or less, the same colorful cast. Each of them has a reason to think it might be different the next time. Venetian Way, which took Bally Ache turning for home at Churchill Downs to win the Kentucky canter, finished fourth in the Jersey, but the excuse for him is that he didn't like the cuppy track. Tompion, which cast a shoe end finished fourth in Kentucky, skipped the Preakness and ran iccond in the Jersey after making his losing head-and-head challenge to "Old Honesty." Yet there is a hopeful feeling that Tompion needed a race is a sharpener after his layoff and this time may be it. Axers Lose pha Mouild Ace si . 1 1 Draws B i g line Quarterback j rauaara ^ rm FLAGSTAFF - (Si - Football j Coach Max Spilsbury said today j he has picked up four husky line- j men to bolster his Lumberjack i front wall but has lost a key \ quarterback. j The coach said two stars from last season's unbeaten Phoenix College Bears would join the Lumberjacks next fall. They are Lanny Westbrook, 200 pound guard voted the squad's most valuable player, and Joe Simpson, a 230-pound tackle. price today for his Saturday night j laughs. i Meyer, the Phillies' best pitcher this season, was fined "about $1,000" and placed on the disabled list after suffering a slipped disc while engaging in some "horseplay" in his Pittsburgh hotel room May. 28. Manager Gene Mauch said the fine amounted to 15 days pay. School and center George Hentz, returning after 4 three-year hitch j in the Army. j Spilsbury's quarterback strength j was sharply cut when John Roberts, his only experienced signal caller, was suspended for a year for disciplinary reasons. That leaves only freshman Bill j Van Zanten and sophomore Tom] Dingman for the post. . Tiefenauer Sold By Indians Club CLEVELAND, Ohio--UPI--The j Cleveland Indians sold pitcher j Bob Tiefenauer to Rochester of the International League yesterday: and recalled another pitcher, Larry Locke, from Indianapolis of the American Assn. Locke had a 2.62 earned run average and a 5-2 record with Indianapolis. He had a 3-2 record with Cleveland last year. Editor" keep vou in touch with Tucson. Look for them on the Citizen's editorial page. 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