Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 2, 1973 · Page 59
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1973 T U C S O N DAILY C I T I Z E N PAGE 57 roundup IMaas advances Greyhounds m e one-up win By FRED TREADWELL * " · Citiun Sportiwrltir : ·tack Maas became the first Skyline Invitational golf tournament defending champion' to .advance to the following. year's finals yesterday by de- feasing E. T. Gravette, one-up, in a championship flight semifinals match. · In today's championship match, Maas was' to face J. W.7Allison, who scored a bne- up:yictory over Harold Campbe!} in the other semi-final. · finals in the other eight flights were also held today. Ip the first flight, Eichard May of McHenry, HI., met Lloyd Cole, of Stilwell, Okla. In the second* flight, Forrest Lalig of Spring Lake, Mich., f ac£d Jack Dean of Seattle. the third flight paired Jim Deyine of Tucson with James Kunning of Dallas. Norm Lewia of Tucson played Hector CajnpbeU of Dodge City, Kan., in the fourth flight. Li the fifth flight, the partic- ipsmts -were Ed 1 Major of Pasadena, r Calif., and Jim Dieffenderfer of Colorado Springs; Colo. George Watt of Wichita faced V. S. Nicholson of pklahom'a City in the sixth flight r The seventh fligtit paired Fate Hutchinson of Colorado Springs with;.Wiiliam Ewing of Dallas. In -'the Eighth flight, Jajk Bingfiani 'of Tucson played Floyd; Ikard} of Pinetop. .- ,\ '' : · Randolph Rose MaoPhail posted a 72 yesterday to win the Class A portion of a Randolph Wom- enis Golf Association low net tournament on the north course. Tied for second with 76s were Esther Buettner, Jane Grimes and Donna Stellburg. Class B honors went to Agnes Matson with a 71. Maggie Joyce and Carolyn Kaiser were second with 78s. EIRlo Dot Straw and June Thompson posted 68s Tuesday to share Class A honors in an El Rio Women's Golf Association low net event. Esther Buettner took Class B honors with a 68 and Marge Goddes was second at 73, Mary Wickham's 69 took Class C honors with Erna Hoo- genboon taking second with a 71. Rolling Hills Adele Schriber took first flight honors yesterday in the Niners point tourney with a 17. Gwen'Kelly and Annie Maho, ney were second at 14. Nancy Vincent won, the B flight with a 14, while Mildred Appleman was second with a 10. Arlene Murphy and Ethel Hystle shared C flight honors with 8s. Thursday's Results FIRST RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Gr. 2 -- L C's Diamond, 8.20, 4.20, 3.20; J Fs Star Ouster, AM, 3.60: T B's Derlnda, 4M; .Q. 2-4, (24,«0), T. 31.27, SECOND RACE -- Tucson Course, Gr. 2 -- Wlnnerlzed; 22.20, 10.80, 5.40; Nell, 4.00,3.40, Little Midnight, 3.60, Q. 2-6, (40.M), DD, 2-4. 110.20, T. 3V.33, THIRD RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Gr. 3 -Pebbles, 4.40, 2.60, 2.60; Sahdly, 4.00, 5.60, Rustler's Bandit, 3.80, Q. 1-4, (19.00), "FOURTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Gr. 3 -Just Me, 12.80, 7.00; 3.80; Foot The Bill, 15.20, 5.80, Gene Grctlcr, 3.80, Q. 3-5, (125.20), ,T. 31.29. FIFTH RACE -- Tucson Course, Gr.l -- F L's Trick, 4.00, 2.80, 2.60; Boe Mlngo, 4.40, 3.40, J , L'S Jericho, 11.60, Q. 2-5, (8.00), Perf. 2-5, 15.60, T. 39.15, SIXTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Gr. 2 - SECOND RACE TUCSON C. GRADE 1 2; f nkr O'Hthr 6-1 6. Ima Grlnncr 12-1 3. Beau Moss 7-2 4., P.R.'s Corky, 9-2 HJCiON !. MObT COMPLETE 1 JACK ELLIS SPORTING GOODS J E A S T B R O A D W A Y 6 Z 2 * ' 2 3 7 2 · 6 2 2 - 1 3 0 1 7. Alice Lane 6. Hunter Lu ,3:1 THIRD RACE 5/U CRAPE 3 1. Keep Moyina 5-2 5. Pt C Johnny 10-1 t. Trlckv Loop, 6-1 7. Twst Teresa 12-T 8. WstWacDuff 9-2 2. Granite Joe 3. Curly Mcisee 4. J.F.'s Caper FOURTH RACE 5/U 'GRADE ARIZONA BRED PREFERRED 'B.C.'sBrzBII 2. Longfellow 3. Cndv Poster 4. Lucky Duck 1. Cm Hm Erly 7-2 S. I - ' 6-16. Rbl In White I-L 8-1 7. All The News 8-1 10-1 8. Guess Who 12-1 FIFTH RACE TUCSON C. GRADE 1 PERFECTA WAGERING 1, V.A.'s Lmoht 6-1 S. Boss Ross 5-2 2. Ym BIckHwk 9-2 6. B's Soecky. 12-1 3. Glidlnq 4. Clntronella 10-1 7-2 7.'Try J Jewel 8. My Answer ,-AO':««%. Gr -_l,T 1- vault Tight SIXTH RACE i/1« GRADE 3 . 2. Okie Orbit 3. S RACE - Tucson Course, Gr. 3 -- L C'S Little ROCK, 5.60, 6.20, 4.60; She's' Glglei 9.60, 4.60; Thanks A- Bunch, ' ' a-l . m'S.DIivery 6-1 4. Missy Geen ::10-1 5. g.H/s Becky 7-2 9-2 12-1 6. X's Susie Ever Nona Burnt Ash SEVENTH RACE S/U ORADE 1 8-1 Candy Man7.«F, 14.00, 3.50. Madds Buck 5.00, 2.80. X's Fov 2.40. Q. 1-4 114.60). T. *TENTH RACE - 5/16 Mile, Gr. 3 American Frelda 17.00, 7.60, 4.00. Seen Alot 4.80. 3.20. Parknamore 4,40. Q. 7-8 1. J.F.'s MssL . 2. Bck's Hi Kay 6-' 3. R.H.'s Dgtc 8-' 4. Circuit Sally. 7-: 5. Wall Street 5-2 6. D.Q.'S HpJck 12-1 7. A.L.'s Chrry 10-1 8. BroKDarala 9-2 EIGHTH RACE TUCSON C. GRADE 4 ELEVENTH RACE -- Tucson Course, Gr. 3 -- G W's Limey 5.00, 4.00, 3.20. J's Lolllnop «.00, 3.00. Amnesty 3.20. Q. 1 " ---1). Perf. 1-5 (43.80). T. 39.68 Paid 7-8 and 1-5 (177.40). : Today's Entries 1. P.Q.'s Dixie 2. Gazon 3. A.L.'s Snwflk 8-1 4. B.C.'S BIsBII 9-2 5-2 5. Kroner 8-1 6. Ted C. , Mr. Prsnllty . Tmmy Mills (17.! Big 13- NINTH RACE 5/16 CRAPE 1 Paso Sunny ,.'10-1 J.Fortune, 3.-Evil Ange 4,: B.C's BnBII 5. X's Crisco 12-1 -J.T.s Cmrgo 6-1 i- Suqa-r Suaar - 8-1 B. Shkev Dollar ·' 8-1 . 6.- 7i- TENTH' RACE 5/16 GRADE 3 FIRST RACE S/U CRAPE 1 : j_ ; J.J.'S Fl Boy -7-2 5. Navigation 10-1 6. Duble Boller- 12-1 7. Downtown 9 2 8 B D 's Bud .. 2. Rrenn Oay 3. StepGal' 4. ROSinique de unbeaten mark The University of Arizona gymnastics team plays host to Cal. State-Fullertqii.tomorrow night at 7 30 in Bear Down Gym The Wildcats, who have been averaging over 150 points per meet, have a 6-0 record. ,1. Zoom Step ·.'. 6 ; -l 2. Poet's Poem.;'9- 5; Bean Max 12-1 6. T.K.'s Trndo 7-2 7. Bright Tloer ,. 8-1 8. B.W.'s HnTIk' 6-1 ELEVENTH RACE 3 PERFECTA WAGERING 1 Yura Doll ?. B.A/5 M Pet TUCSON C. GRADE INj 3 Marie fatum 6-1 Ruben Don 12-1 5.-Mac's Betsy 8 1 6 Ablaze 92 7 AAdds (Vinnle 5-2 8 Bay Bomber 10-1, FIRST RACE. Rosimque, Navasation, J J s Fly Boy SECOND RACE Tinker O'Heather, D R 's Corky Castle's Jumbo THIRD RACE Keep Movlns, Pat C Johnny, J F 's Caper FOURTH RACE- Come Home Early, Candy Poster, B C's Breezy Belle FIFTH RACE Bess Ross, Yuma Black Hawk, Cintronella SIXTH RACE G. St-|ie,.yaul.tTiaht SEVENTH RACE H 's Becky, X's Wall Street; J.F.'s m i?G L HTH BU R : ACE m P 3 Q 's Dixie, Mr Personality, Ted C. NINTH RACE: Speedy Fortune; Evil 1 Anoel, B C's Bonny Belle TENTH RACE T S Mike, Zoom Step, T K s Tornado, ELEVENTH RACE: Madds Minnie; Mac's Betsy; Yura Doll. Blue 3hme The Blue Flame race vehicle, which Gary Gabelich drove to the world land speed record, is nowavailable-as a 10'A-inch plastic model. The Blue Flame sped to the land speed record of 622.4 mph on the famous measured mile course at the Bonneville Speedway on Oct. 23,1970. The sleek experimental vehicle, fueled by liquefied natural gas, was built to dramatize the modernity, versatility and efficiency of natural gas. v Send $2;00 to'Blue Flame/ c/o GAS, 4151 Southwest Fwy., Suite 735, Houston, Texas 77027. Allow 4 weeks for delivery. Make checks payable to GAS Magazine. No. models. Amt. Encl.. Name.. Address, City . State .Zip. AN INDEPENDENT GOODYEAR DEALER 601 N. Stone - 623-5766 5030 E. Speedway-326-4379 · 5205 E. 22nd St. -327-6881 TIRE DAYS With Old Fashioned Prices.' 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