Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 2, 1973 · Page 56
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PAGE 56 T U C S O N D A I L C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1973 Has share of lead / Archer unhappy with play 'You take it!' -- UPl Ttltphota Judging from the reactions of Sean Savage of Detroit (left) and Ralph Penn of Fairfield, you'd think it was a hot potato instead of a basketball. Fairfield won last night's college game, 67-63, in double overtime. Nation's first Woman licensed as boxing judge Sports Results PHILADELPHIA (AP) --"· Carol Polic is about to score a lot of punches for women's libi The Fort Washington, Pa., housewife has received her license as the nation's first distaff professional boxing judge. Gov. Milton J. Shapp, who presented the license to her Thursday, called the occasion "a solid blow against male supremacy." Mrs. Polic, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, would like to avoid the puns. "I don't want this to be a Joke, like the first woman baseball umpire," she said. "I'm Top seeds win easily All the top-seeded players won their first and second round matches yesterday in the High School Invitational tennis tournament at the Tucson Racquet and Swim Club. Top-seeded Jon Sandier of Sahuaro posted 104 victory over Paul Holbrook of Catalina and defeated Trey Brunsting of Tucson 10-3. No. 2 seed Bill Tannenbaum of Rincon scored 10-2 and 10-1 wins over David Blackwell of Palo Verde. Third-seeded Jim Allin, a teammate of Tannenbaum's, defeated Steve Tinney of Catalina 10-4 and John Davis of Amphi 10-5. Fourth-seeded Elbert Grabb, also of Rincon, defeated Santa Rita's Jim Grzeskowiak 10-4 and teammate Bill Present 105. First Round BUI Tannenbaum, Rincon, def. David Blackwell, Palo Verde, 10-2. Mark Jeo- porson, Tucson, def. Sam McGlamery, Catalina. 10-9, Elbert Grabb, Rincon, dcf. Jim Grzeskowiak, Santa Rita, 10-4. Bill Present, Rincon, def. Gary Druckman, Tucson, 10-7. John Davis, Amphl, def. Bob Grabb, Rincon, 10-2. Jlmmv Allin, Rincon, def. Steve Tinney, Catalina, 10-4. Trev Brunsting, Tucson, def. Ron Kronen- beraer, Sahuaro, 11-9. John Sandier, Sahuaro, def. Paul Holbrook, Catalina, 10-4. Second Round McGlamery def. Blackwell 10-4. Druckman def. Grzeskowiak, 10-3. Tinney def. Bob Grabb, 10-5. Kronenberger def. Holbrook, 10-5. Tannenbaum def. Blackwell. 10-1. Elbert Grahb dof. Present, Rincon, 10-5. Allin def. Davis, 10-5. Sandier def. BrunstinQ 10-3. really excited and interested in boxing and I think I can do a good job." Her interest in. the ring began about a year ago when she started going to the fights here .with her husband, Bob Polic, a professional referee and stockbroker. Her husband showed her what to look for in a match and she started keeping her own score. She soon began turning her cards into Zach Clayton, state boxing commissioner, who told her that she was doing as well as real judges. "There are lots of things you have to look for at judging a fight," s,he said. "You have to score for aggressiveness, clean blows, the effects of the punches, craftiness, defense. I think its as interesting as it is exciting. One thing I hope is that my getting a license will help boxing, not hurt it. The fight game's been in trouble for a long time, but maybe things are changing. I hope so. Sancet,, Long to be honored PHOENIX (UPI) -- Frank Sancet and Dr. Dallas Long will be inducted into the Arizona Sports Hall of Fame Feb. 20 at the Phoenix Press Box Association's Arizona sports awards dinner. Sancet retired last summer after coaching Arizona baseball for 23 years. He holds the NCAA record 1 for victories ith an 831-283-8 record. Sancet now is teaching in the university's department of health, physical education and recreation. Long, Phoenix native, attended the University of Southern California, and won the gold medal in the shot put at the 1934 Olympic Games with a toss of 6G feet-8 % inches. lie now is an Aurora, Colo., dentist. BASKETBALL ·HOUSTON -- The Houston Rockets of the National Basketball Association SiflnnJ former Baltimore Bulleti player George Johnson as a bocitup center. PHILADELPHIA-- The National Basketball Association Philadelphia 76ers acquired forward Don May from the Atlanta Haw!:s In return for future considerations outlined as being either money, a draft choice, or a player now with the 74fr». ; '. . . · . · - ' FOOTBALL NEW YORK -- Charlie winner, i former head coach of the St. Louis Cardinals, was hired by the New York Jets and will replace his father-in-law, .Weeb Ewbank, as head coach after the 1573 sea- ANNAPOLIS, Md. -- Rick Forianu re- storied as head football coach at the U.S. Naval Academy to become an assistant coach with the Detroit Lions. BASEBALL CHICAGO -- The Chkaao White Sox traded Jim Lyttle to the Kansat City Royals for another reserve outfielder, Joe Keouoh. SKIING AUSTRIA -- Annemarle Proell, Austria,. won her seventh. World Cup downhill race of the season on the 2,140- meter Kaoell track In 1:34,9. . HAUS IM ENNSTAL -- Andrea Straub In of Austria won the European CUD downhill, covering the 3,700-meter course ' MILAN -- TENNIS Italy -- Top-seeded Ken Rosewall, Australia, reached the quarterfinals of the 150,000 Milan Indoor Tennis Tournament by beating Adrlano Panatta, Italy 6-3, *-3. RICHMOND -- Top-seeded Rod Laver, Australia, defeated Frank Froehllns, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 4-3, 7-5, In ttie second round of the Fidelity World Tennis °DES m MOiNE5 -- Thtrd-seerted Clark Graebner. New York City, captured the slnoles title in the third annual Des Momes International Tennis Tournament with a 7-5, i-7, 4-4, victory over Nick Kalo, Greece... BKTHESDA, Md. -- Toe-seeded Margaret Smith court, Australia beat Marcle Louie. San Francisco, 4-2, 6-0, and moved Into the quarter-finals of the Virginia Sllrns Invitational Women's Tennis Tour- GENERAL DIXON, III. -- Louis Bcvllacaua, a Pitcher for the Washington Senators In 1942, died of cancer at the age of il. BOXING LOS ANGELES -- Johnnv Gant. 141. Washington, D.C., putpolntcd Ely Yares, 14-, Philiooirms, 10. HORSE RACING PHILADELPHIA -- Alenhouse, M.BO, edged Moon Eagle by half a length to win the Torresdale Race Track. Purse at Liberty Bell HONOLULU (AP) - Big George Archer says he's at least a month away from playing good. "Let's just hope better days are ahead," the 6-foot-6 onetime ranch hand sighed. But his position -- a share of the lead -- going into today's second round in the $200,000 Hawaiian Open Golf Tournament, doesn't really reflect his pessimism. ,· '/I've changed everything around, the way I'm hitting the ball off the tee," Archer said. "It was just awful. Now I'm doing the right thing. But : .r don't feel comfortable. It'll take time. I'm at least a month away from playing the way I want to." He managed a four-under- par 68 in yesterday's first round to tie youthful Tom Watson and old pro Gay Brewer, who has 'a habit of -winning away from the continen- talUnited States, for the lead in this rich event that offers a $40,000 first prize. Tied at 69, just one stroke back and three under par on the 7,154 yard Waialae Country Club course, were 'Doug Sanders, Lanny Wadkins, Gibby Gilbert and Takaaki Kono, a 120-pound Japanese. Arnold Palmer, a 43-year- old master trying to shake persistent putting troubles, defending title-holder Grier Jones and a half-dozen others were at 70. Lee Trevino, who scorched the plush layout by the balmy beaches of the Pacific with a 61V iii Wednesday's pro-am,' slipped to a par 72. He had to birdie the last hole to do that. "Actually, I hit the ball just about as well as I did the day before;" Trevino said. "I just didn't give myself any chances to make birdies." Also in the big group at the Tonyjacklin takes lead atMaracaibo MARACAIBO, Venezuela (AP) - Britain's Tony Jacklin shot a sizzling six-under- par 66 for the first-round lead in the Maracaibo Ford Open yesterday. The former U.S. and British Open champion was one stroke ahead of Brtain's Feier Oosterhuis, while John Garner of Britain stood all alone in third place with a 69. Only seven players managed to break par on a windy day that was highlighted by a double eagle on the par ninth hole by U.S. golfer Mike Higuera of Plandome, N.Y. David Kerr, Lake Forrest, 111., was the North American with the best finish, shooting a 71. Defending champion Vicente Fernandez of Argentina was in a group that shot par 72. figure was Australian veteran Bruce Crampton, already the winner of two tour titles this season. . ' . Archer, like Brewer a former Masters champio^ has won four titles. and- more than $300,000 in the last two seasons. But he said he got into some bad habits doing it. "It's mostly on my driving," .he- said. "I got my right foot in the bucket, and I had to aim right and come over it and fall back and sometimes fall down and it was just awful. HONOLULU, Hawaii (AP) -- First- ro.nu .scores rhursuoy in ' ihe Juuu/JOO Hawaiian Open Golf Tournament on tne /,!j.'t yurcl, par 'a Walsaiae i-oun,ry C.uj Course: ewer Archer ' .... Lanny WadKinj . i»jy LII George ' Ron i Jb.nl tlQIk*. ... Arnold palmer ban y»ymi ..... . Griir Jones .... Lou Graham i.. . ·ii{-**-- 'it ..36-14-70 Ly.,1 ivcrsan Hale ' Hale Irwin . bert Yancay , Don Paogett . iMIkeKallam .:.......:.;.......3 L^jnaru i iiompson Bob Rosburg ..... Joe Cam lifian oarnus Joel Goldslrand ' boa uarbaros»a LaFrvZlioler.... bructi cranwon ; Jim Wilehers .... LL.'.'* I'cVhW ...*. 0rvilleMoody ... unm Allin Buddy bumiv Henry ..... .. David Graham ----- hoiiicro Blancas ... Roberto Bernardlnl , J.-i.,; Lewis ........ Jim Simons ... ...... 1-rsdMarjl ... ...... Johnny Miller ..... , billy Uiispcr ......... BooOiCtson Jerry Heard. Tom Jenkins S s £ ne ? 0 .:: "i OM Sanderson Al Gelbergcr '.. BpbHayne ...., Jimmy Powell tieorge Stortrldge. imlfii il Inks Yeaver .... .0,111 soirot-'jcr .... DaveElcheUtrgtf 'iornUlo:as Tom U lota J ....... George Tor.iShaw ..39-36--75 Gene Littler B»-37--75 Lionel Hebert 3A-39--75 JohnMahaffty vtac McLenoon. KinStiTf LarryWoidLi: Harry Totcano . Art Sllveritron* BlllJehntton ... Babe HIiKty Rlk Mai: iiuRod«l? i :!.:":;:::::::::::»-3^-7s IcReoaljKlo..... £-f oehllng .... a,Y"Uda,.. EdMoi Haruo Touua.... Larrv Stubblefleld LMPetirMn S aul Purtier ructWyan Hubert Green ..... Jim Barber . Jim Colbert .. Andy North ... Ch'ick Thoroe JotinToeptl .. KlkooArl Roy Pac*. }ti^ n *..:::: Eu% h ,!frd-:::: Allen Miller BobEaitwood ... Marty Fleckman Elwln Fanning .. L.iarlei Coodv.... 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