PAGE 58 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, Citizen Top Ten :x^ Hunt, Williams take over leads in separate divisions Do You Remember? Surgery on j^luiikett goes Anna Hunt and Hope Wil- Hanis are the new leaders in this week's Tucson fiaily Citizen Bowling Top Ten. Mrs. Hunt rolled a 279 in the Wigland Singles League at Cactus Bowl to become the Class A game leader. Earlier this season she set a city record with a 949 four-game series, while recording the second best three-game set at 735., : . : Mrs. Hunt also bowls for D anny's Discount Carpets in the Tucson Daily Citizen Clas- sic Bowling League, Currently, Danny's is the Class A team leader in the Tucson City Women's Bowling Tournament. / Hope Williams rolled a 632 series last week to take over first-place in Class B by 16 pins. Bowling in the Cactus Scratch Trio League, she also qualified for honors with her 245 game, third best among Class B bowlers this year. Another bowler from the Wigland Singles League, Nancy Peterson, fired a 685 series Bowling Top Ten Men's Division Four Game Series Paul Colwell, RomanosKI ...VB1 Mike Land, Iceland Scratch Trio ...972 JlmZook, Cactus Maior i..... ..961 Jim Nell, Romanoskl .752 Russ'Cole, UA Trio :.....947 Bob Maleske, Tucson Bowl Trio-....945 BUI Casey, Romanoskl 942 Rich-Beissel, Romanoskl ..:.........942 Chuck Molno. Romanoski 941 Neil Thrall, Cadus Maior j 912 Class A Game 175 average and over Dave Rivera, Iceland Trio -- 300 g ive Beal, Industrial ..........300 ill Casey, Citizen Classic 290 Chuck Molno, Morrle Bauwens 239 Dewey Yoho, Morrie Bauwens '.. .26? Tom Ream, Cinzen Classic ..? t Red Peterson, U-Wash-M ...279 Joe Llnehan, Morrle Bauwens 279 Butch -Mills, Industrial 279 Robbie Yoho, Iceland Scratch Trio ..279 Bob Anderson, Citizen Classic 279 Class A Series 175 and over Jim Zook, Cactus Maior 767 Bill Casey, Citizen Classic 755 Chuck Molno, Rocsefield Ins 755 Jim Richards, U-Wash-M 750 Randy Gustafson, Citizen Classic .. 748 Dewey Yoho, Morrle Bauwens ....:.'..74-1 Dick Barnes, Romanoskl Â·Â·Â·Â· 7 JJ Tom Ream, Citizen Classic .....735 Rich Beissel, Romanoskl ...728 Dave Rivera, lleland Scratch Trio ..727 Mike Land, Iceland Scratch Trio ....727 Class B Game ' 1*0 averase tnrovih 174 George Clarno. Iceland Trio --277 James Pleu, Eagles Mixed ..276 Rick Barnes, ClerK Pro Shop . .249 Rich.Rivera, Tucson Bowl Classic ....268 Mark Loop, Rocheflcld Ins 267 Gerald Garrison, DM Mixed 266 Dwight Carroll, Industrial .266 Pete Lovelers, Tuesday Nlners ......M6 Mlke Procacclno, UA Trio 264 Jim BaeJey, Thursday Nile Comm'l 264 Class B Series- - lÂ»gthrough 174 Rich Rivera,.Tucson Bowl Classic ..706 Frank:Rotolo, Rocheford Ins 678 Jim Basley, Thursday Nlte Comm'l .,677 Don Llngenfelter, Lucky Strike Jr-Sr. 676 Mark.Looo, Rocnefleld Ins 675 Gerald-Garrison, DM Mixed 671 Al Garcia, Hippy Golden 664 Henry Wortney, Good Time .....643 Mike Procacclno, Lucky Strike Jr-Sr. 661 Bill Davis, ODD .......65* Bill Seatou, Lucky Ones Mixed 656 Class C Game 15? average and below Tod Bllczcwskl, Iceland Trio 290 Roger Aulds, Monday Nlte 277 Tod Sallav, DDD 264 Bob Altschul, UA Faculty 258' Otto Myrland, Mcrrlc Mixers 256 Armando Bravo, Lucky Big 8 256 John Okrav, Federal 249 Jack Shetlciworth, Rem. Agencies ..249 Dave Parks, Luck, Ones Mixed 248 Bob Tedlock, Bldss Trades 246 Willie Cpttle, DM Mixed 246 Class C Series 1M and below Bob Tedlock, Blthj Traders 47S Roger Aulds, Monday Nlte ;652 -" " Iceland Trio 447 o:to Myrland, Merrle Mixers .......637 Bob .Altschut, UA Faculty 620 William Henizer, Sr., Lucky, Mrchnts 616 Ray Irwin. DM Mixed . .615 Ben Murray, Happy Hour ;.. 613 Howard Will, TPS Maintenance ;.6iH Jam Okrav, Federal 610 Women'sDivision Four Game Series Anna Hunt, Wlaland SInples 949 Nancy Peterson, Wigland Singles .... 903 : Kjren Helderaott, Griffin All Stars ..862 Helen Throo, Wlsland 860 Ginny Crais, Griffin All Stars 848 Ann Feiqel, Wigland .....:... 846 Nancy Rowan, Cactus Majors 845 Jerl Linehan, Cactus Malors 839 -Sherry Kennedy, Wlflland 826 Linda Wallace, Griffin All Stars ....111 Class A Game 1(0 average and over Anne Hunt, Wloland Singles ....... .279 Karen Helderjott, Griffin All Stars ,.:278 Nancy Peterson, Wlsland Singles ....' V1 Jcri Llnehan, Cactus Maiors 268 Ruth Corbin, Cactus Scratch Trio .. 266 Nancy Cook,.Cactus Malors 265 Nancy Rowan, Wialand -. 2iy Teddy Walters, Cactus Scratch Trfo 256 Kamy Llnaner, -Wlflland Singles .. 243 Mavis Campbell, Sunset Mixed 248 Class A Series 1M and over putting in her in second place in Class A. Roger Aulds, a class C bowler, became eligble for the Top Ten in two areas this week. He shot a 277 in the Monday Nite League at Cactus Bowl, good enough for second place. Auld went on to roll a 652 series which earned him a second spot. POCKET HITS -- .Some of Tucson's elderly bowlers were active last week, recording several noteworthy scores. Ed La Roche, president of the Senior Citizen's League rolled a 543 series. Don Bray ton had a 204 game while Stephanie Muzyk fired a 222. Most members of the league are over 60 years of age. S YEARS AGO MESA, Feb. 2, 1968 Jameson's Sporting Goods took its 13th Arizona Major Basketball Association win without a loss, crushing Mesa, 133-97, after trailing 46-43 at halftune. 10 YEARS AGO TUCSON, Feb. 2,1963 - Pat McAndrew scored 24 points and Rick 'Gates added 20 as Flowing Wells High's basketball team dropped Safford, 89- 5 1 . . . Â· Â· - Â· - . : 15 YEARS AGO TUCSON, Feb. 2,1958 ~ Bill Mower's 24 points paced Catalina past Amphi 85-65, clinching a state high school basketball tournament spot for the Trojans. STANFORD, Calif. ;(AP)-~ Â· : An' operation' on ';Â·' Jim PI un-" kett'sleft knee;!'weiit well, as . expected,"- and the New England Patriots quarterback should be able.to start rehabilitation exercises within two weekSi his surgeon says. Medical cartilage was removed from Plunkett's left knee yesterday by Dr. Frederick L. Behling, an orthopedic surgeon and the physician ,for the football team at Stanford University where Plunkett earned the 1970 Heisman Trophy. / .".,-.' . :' V j "We're very optimistic that he'll have a fully operational knee following rehabilita- tion," Dr. Behling said after the hour long operation. Plunkett was under sedatives. Behling said Plunkett is expected to get out of the hospital early next week and will go to the home of his mother in nearby San Jose to recuperate. He will be'on crutches for about a week, the surgeon s a i d . . ' . ' . ' Eicfttmtit -- WED. thru SUN. I P.M. Grtit racing action Fin* CluMioust dining Pari-mututl wiftrini TUCSON GREYHOUND PARK S. 4th AvÂ«. Â«t 3*th St. ftÂ«iÂ»rvatl*iui *f 4-1551 Anna Hunt, Wigland Slnqlcs . .735 Nancy Peterson. Wlnlaiid Singles ..665 Linda Wallace, Cactus Malors'...... (Â£6 UA wrestlers compete at home In their first home meet" since a week-long trip in the East, the University of Arizona wrestlers meet Northern Arizona tonight at Bear Down Gym at 7:30. Leading Arizona (4-10) into the match will be Dale Brumit at 118 pounds, Albert Sye at 177 and John Proios at 190. Ruth Corbln, Cactus Scratch Trio ..653 Eva Schutr, Cactus Scratch Trio 653 Karen Heldersolf, Griffin All Stars .. 449 Lois Stoltes, D-M Pin Rollers 6^5 Mavis Campbell, iSunset Mixed 638 Carol Ferguson, Keglcrs Mixed .637' Ginny Craig, Griffin All Stars 636 Class B Game 145 average thfwijh iÂ» Marilyn Larsen, Citizen Classic ....247 Verna Spaniel, Mix Match 246 Hope Williams, Cactus Scratch Trio 245 Eleanor Klltus, Cactus Scratch Trio 245 Donna Brownlns, Early Bird 244 Penny McNellly, UA Fac-Staff ..239 Rita Murray, Happy Hour 23S Connie Andrsn, Lucky Kings Queens 234 Janet Branch, DM Mixed 233 Rosey Bacon, Skyline Women's ...233 Class B Series 145 tnrouin 15? Hop* Williams, Cactus Scratch Trio 432 Pat Bernal, Lucky Vacation 614 Jan Weaver, Citizen Classic .615 Norma Spenhelmer, Cactus Scratch T. 603 Ruth'Williams, VA Hosplt.il 60J Carrol DcMadona, Early Bird 601 Romelle Stanfleld, Early Bird 600 Janet Branch, D-M Mixed 599 Bernle Jensen, Cactus Scratch Trio 596 Donna Browning, Early Bird 594 Class C Game 144 averwe and below Jaime Turner, Cactus Roadrunners ..245 Kathv.Stand!, Grandmothers' Trio ..237 Terry Weyker, Lucky Junior-Senior . .234 Maroe Harden, CopÂ»'. Alley Cats ..233 Evelyn Romero, Early Bird 233 Paula Lul, Free Lancers 230 Kitty Roberts, Free Lancers ...226 Linda Doncklau, Cactus Hopefuls ..225 Helen Burchctt, Sunset Mixed ..: 225 Nancl wrrpht, Early Bird 222 Pat Bell, coffee Breakers 222 Class C Series . 144 and below Marsha Jones, Early Bird 582 Merlyn Williamson, Happy Go Luckv 57S Stephanie Muicyk, Senior Citizens ... .574 Judy Bader, Cactus Hopefuls . 561 Nina Spencer, Grusum Forsum 558 Barbara Fisher, Early Bird SW Nina Irwln, Luckv Ones Mixed 551 Lee Mallnowskl, Early Birds S49 Betty Carlson, Kolb Mixers 546 Fran Nelson, Coffee Breakers 544 Anyone with a To* Ten-eligible score should ask his er.her lewiue secretary to submit tht score, with bowler's average, to Bowllnn TÂ»p Ten, Tucson Daily Citizen, P.O. BÂ«x 5tI7, Tucson, I57M. Scores must he sanctioned. CLIFF VALLEY GOLF. CALL .IIMIfl Easy to gel to: On Oracle Road 1 mile north of Kiver Road... 15 minutes from downtown Tucson. 591 ON. ORACLE RD. 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