/Â· 1 T U C S O N D A IIY C I T I Z E N MONDAY, MAY 15, 1967 Rooting For Home Team die i of the lnin : gs,;you notice traveling around this great land of purs is 'the, fact : that, in baseball, there are more "homers" on the broadcast niikes than there are on the field. A game broadcast is frequently as folksy as an Iowa party line,' and you almost feel like getting out the quilting needles as old Homer Towner, the home team sportscaster, gets on the air "And today, sport fans, we are celebrating the 77^ birth T day of the clubhouse: boy's wife's, sister's cousin, Miss Lotta Lard, of "Pacoima. ; It is also .the 25th anniversary of the farni director's. uncle's in-laws^whd have been married 25 weeks on next Tuesday" It 'is "also/the ticket manager's fourth year on parole and let's have a tip of the old hat to the traveling secretary's secretary, who is expecting to have the patter of little feet around Oie house -- her cat just gave birth to a litter of kittens.'- Â· It goes on like that. But what really bugs you are the excuses for the home heroes. Every clumsy move they make is dismissed as the most capricious .blow of the fates while everything the other teanv does has an aura of horseshoes, four-leaf clovers and a hint'of unwarranted divine intervention.. "Oops! ladies and gentlemen, old Double-Play Dugan was just robbed of a sure two-base hit by the fact the wind wasn't blowing out tonight. (Actually, only a hurricane would have blown old Double^Play's handle hit past the. shortstop and it was actually caught ;by the catcher out 'in front of home plate. -JM this does not bother Homer at the mike at all.) Â· ' Good Wood, Bad Hops "Yessir, ladies and gentlemen, old Double-Play got good wood on that one. And here's the two-strike pitch, to Suds Sullivan who has just won .the Blue Label Beer award for 1966 for : consuming the most bad hops. After 5 at night, all you can see of Suds is foam and he kept three breweries from going under the hammer last year. And he swings And, ladies and gentlemen, Suds' is definitely coming out of his slump, because he didn't miss that pitch by more .than two feet and if he continues to improve, it's LOOK OUT! because earlier in the season Suds was swinging so late on third strikes that the pitcher was in the dugout by the time he finished and once he swung so late he accidentally connected with his own pitcher's warm-up tosses for the next inning." In the field, the home team can do no wrong -- at least not over that hit of Mickey over into San Bernardino. Old' Socks. .Clangglove would have had a chance at it if Mick didn't get it up in the Jetstream. Pitcher Crazy Criminsky was trying to get Mickey to get that ball up in the;air and I have to say is learning to pitch to The . Mick much better.' He managed to keep that one in the state. "Oh-oh,-, that's bail four. That's 11 walks in a' row for Lefty' Wing, but don't overlook. this, folks: the count was 3-and-l and Lefty is getting'- in the strike zone more frequently - now. . He gets one ball over every 1! batters now, which is 'considerably better than he was doing earlier in the. season, and that last pitch wasn't more than 3 feet outside. Granted it was 20 :feet high, but Lefty is at least hitting the backstop, now. Yessir, all in all, I would have to say, if our pitching continues to improve, well get someone out any day now. 'Atta Way To Hustle' "And there goes a long drive to deep right center. Suds Sullivan is going after it! Oh, dear.' Suds fell down. But he's getting up-; agahv The ball is caroming off the wall It's an. inside-the-park home run! Well, now, fans, that was a lot of hustle on old. Suds' part. I mean, Have YOU ever tried to play right field with a hangover? I dare say not. Well, let me tell you, old Suds- had one of 'the world's most' monumental when he showed up at game tune tonight. He was circling under an airplane in the fourth inning. His eyes are so bloodshot he looks like a thermometer. You could light a lamp with his breath. Yet he held that ball to a home run. You'll go a long way .fo find a ballplayer with more hustle than old Suds. "And now a word from our sponsors the Callback Motor Car Corporation. Did you know that, last year, the steering mechanism worked on a staggering 33 percent of all cars delivered? The dashboard clock worked on an incredible two out of every 2,000 ,and they have reduced motor fallout by 100 percent -- it's down fo 400,000 vehicles. And just remember, Callback cars are more widely represented in highway accidents than any other make. And be sure to tune in tomorrow. The way ithis team of ours is improving I am sure that any day now they will score a run. . ." (C) 1967, Los Angeles Times the air waves. "Ladies, .and gentlemen, that wind took of MickeyVMahtle's aYv the'' last minute and carried it Jordan Throws 710 For Jay's By DAVE SPRIGGS Citizen Sports Writer The Cactus Pro Shop made a clean sweep .of the Tucson Daily Citizen Classic Bowling League's post-season rolloffs last night by thumping Levy's of. Tucson 17-7 at Golden Pin, Lanes. Cactus won the league title last week by edging Bistro 1311. The club beat Levy's by an identical count two weeks ago to break a tie in the second half standings. Cactus trailed 6-2 after the first game, but cooled Levy's challenge.with an 8-0 win in the second game and, a 7-1 victory in the finale. . Tommy Jordan sparked Jay Jewelers past Bistro in the battle for third-place .money: with,,a 710 series. Jordan iput 225, 236 and 249 games together to be the only Classiq. bowler to top; the 700 mark in league play this season. His series won't count in the league book because it was not rolled during regular-season action. Bistro's Vince Di Fusco topped the league with 689. Bill Perham almost turned the trick Saturday night in the semifinals. He posted 244 in his first game and 246 in the second, but tailed off to 158 in the final game for a 648, high for Bistro in a 15-9 loss against Levy's. Cactus Titans' Star Gives 'Mom 9 Blue Ribbon The Crew Goes All Out Skipper Redmond Kernan of the sloop Alstair gets top work from his scrambling crew during the Hearst All-Clubs Regatta San Francisco Bay yesterday. The rigging and sheet held. (AP Wirephoto). TRACK-FIELD ROUNDUP trounced Jay Jewelers 16:8 in Saturday's action to advance into the finals./ Al Arnold of 'Levy's bowled the only other 600 series in the, rolloffs, a 608 Saturday. The league will hold its banquet and present awards Sunday. San Jose Sprinters Set World 440 Relay Record Barnes DI Fusco Olsen Perham Turner Villareal Totals 181 BISTRO 204 146 19f 197 173 244 246 158 147 182 174 161 .190 551 164 569 643. '523 371 Arnold Barton Blankemeyer Szymanskl Vest Â· . - ' Totals 97B 972 876 2,836 LEVY'S OF TUCSON 178 199 231,'608 171 in 183 576 161 194 221 576 1B4 204 190 57B 146 191 190 527 1 0 2 2 1 0 . 9 'Â·3 1 1 2 2 840 1,010 1,014 2,964 15 * * Fox Lindsay Palko Rlgdon Root Yoho Totals CACTUS PRO SHOP 191 171 214 576 . 195 191 17? 565 209 189 184 582 199 199 123 166 289 ]77 173 2 1 1 _ 5 6 1 895 uyu 967 2,772 Frede Holllnasworth Jordan Martin Pagnozzl Totals JAY JEWELERS 172 '176 159 186 204 168 192 187 159 157 172 870 903 507 124 514 223 583 145 491 170 508 830 4,603 By Associated Press . Jirn Ryun ran just fast enough to do what,he had to do. Tommie Smith and three of his San Jose Stale teammates ran fast enough to do what they knew they could do. The difference was a victory for Ryun's team on the one hand, and a world and American record for the San Jose runners, on the other. Tommie Smith's incredibly fast 19.4 split anchored the Spartans to a world 440-yard refey record at the West Coast Relayi at Fresno,. Calif., Saturday night. The time Was 1:22.1, half a second under the listed mark - Then the same four men -Ken Shacklefprd, Bob Talmadge, Lee Evans and Smith -came back to turn the mile relay in 3:03.5, an American mark and second only to the .world record of 3:02.8, set last year in the British Commonwealth games by a team from Trinidad gible for record consideration. Ryun, running in Kansas' dual meet against Oklahoma in Norman, Okla., Saturday, yawned through the mile in 4:14.6, tying for the victory with teammate Tom Yergovich. The Kansas sophomore,. who holds the world record in both the mile and half mile (though the latter mark is not yet recognized) actually was beaten .in the half mile. But the winner was Gene McClain of Kansas so the triumph stayed in the fami- CACTUS PRO SHOP Fox 204 193 192 589 3 0 Lindsay 192 165 357 2 0 Palko 180 203 309 592 . 2 1 Rtadori 192 212 133 537 ' 2 1 Root 167 167 2 1 Yoho 191 187 184 542 2 1 Totals 934 987 883 2,804 17 7 LEVY'S OF TUCSON Arnold 192 166 148 506 1 2 Barton 153 178 206 537 1 2 Blankemeyer 210 169 188 567 1 2 Darden 204 153 181 538 1 2 Vest 192 173 139 504 0 3 Totals 971 839 862 2,652 7 17 and Tobago. "They had been thinking SPORTS RESULTS GOLF DALLAS, Tex. -- Jo Ann Prentice shot a three-under-par 68 and took the lead In Tournament with a 54-hole total of 20o. MORFONTAINE, France -- Robert Sweeney, a top ranked amateur irom Pasadena, Calif., defeated Frenchman Jean Vlsseaux, 1-up on the par 72 course, and advanced to the third round of the French International Amateur Golf Tournament. AUTO RACING INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- Mario Arydretti recovered the Itt-mlle qualifylno record with a.168.982 miles per hour run for the Indianpolis 500-mile Memorial Day auto race, and established a new one lap record of 169.779 m.p.rt. DARLINGTON, S.C. -- Richard Peltv set a record of 55 victories in NASCAR's Grand National racing division when he drove his Plymouth to a victory in the Rebel SCO stock car race at a 125.671 miles per hour average speed. PALARMO, Sicily -- Paul Hawkins of Great Britain and Rolf Slrommelen of Germany drove their Porsche In victory In the 51st running of the Taraa Florio, the world's oldest open road auto race. TRACK AND FIELD WIMBLEDON,. England -- Anne Smith, xS-Ycat-viu ctivi^n iÂ£aCnr frCiill oriiSm, set a world women's record for the mile run at 4:39.2. HOUSTON -- Texas Southern UniversI- ty junior. James Mines sped to a 9.1 second victory In 1he 100-yard dash at the Southwestern Athletic Conference track meet, equaling the world record. HEIDELBERG, Germany -- Kurt Bendlin, 24-year-old West German, broke the world decathlon record with a total of 8,- 319 POln1I r TENNIS Rome--Martin Mulligan an Australian now living in (taly, whipped Hungary's litvan Gulyes 6O, Â«-I, 4-6, 6-, and gained the semifinals at the Italian International Tennis Championships. SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- Rod Laver of Australia defeated Dennis Ralston of Bskersfield, Calif., 6-4, 12-0, and wo the International Professional Tennis Association San Olego Tournament. . CHARLOTTE. N.C. -- Ron Holmberg defeated Vic Selxas 6-4, 6-2, anH 1966 Wimbledon champion Billie Jean King downed Peaches Bartkowlcz 6-1, 6-2, as they captured the singles championships at the Charlotte Invitation Tennis Tournament. BOWLING ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Millie [gnizio, a 20-year-old left-hander from Rochester, defeated Phyllis Massey of Alameda, Caltf., 840-809, and won the women's International Bowling Congress Queens Tournament. HORSE RACING NEW YORK -- Dr: Fager, 53.60, scored a six-length victory over previously unbeaten Tumlsa in the Withers Mile at Aqueduct. CHICAGO -- Royal Malabar, $14, came from far back and beat Pointmenow In the Illinois Derby at Sportsman's Park. BALTIMORE -- War Censor, 54.60, easily won the-Dixie Handicap at Plmlico by four lengths over Deck Hand. CHERRY HILL, NJ. -- Amberoid. $4.40, won the Camden Handicap at Garden State Park alter first place Stupendous was disqualified. LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Cabildo, S3.40, beat Grand Central in the Louisville Handicap at Churchill Downs INGLEWOOO, Calif. -- Dr. Roy E, S16.BO, outfouflht Bahroona In the stretch and won the Debonair Stakes at Holly- ALBANY^ Calif. -- Greco Time, Sll.SO, nosed out favored Wolfgang In the Pacifica Handicap at Golden Gale Fields. BOSTON -- Backbiter, S3.40, beat Solla- bec in the Governor's Handicap at Suffolk Downs. WESTBURY N.Y. -- Romulus Hanover won the S178.064 Messenger Stakes, har^ ness racing's richest race, at Roosevelt Raceway. ^ ROWING WORCESTER, Mass. -- Harvard's heavyweight eight won its 27th race for a convincing triumph Jn the Eastern Spring Rowing Championships. BOXING BUENOS A I R E S , Argentina -- Niccoll- no Rocche, 137, Argentina, outpointed Langston C. Morgan, 141, Youngstown, Ohio, 10. Barnes DI- Fusco Olsen Perham Turner Viltareal ToÂ»als Frede Holllnasworth Jordan Martin Pagnozzt Totals BISTRO 137 201 190 528 2 1 176 1BO 181 537 1 2 170 168 193 531 0 3 170 170 0 1 182 185 188 555 2 1 195 168 363 2 0 835 929 920 2,684 11 13 JAY JEWELERS 213 192 167 572 1 2 181 1 7 2 1 6 8 5 2 1 1 2 255 236 249 710 3 0 223 176 149 548 1 2 162 155 160 497 1 2 world record and talking world record all week," said San Jose Coach Bud Winter. "It was just a matter of doing, as they already were in the.correct frame of mind." The fastest split in the mile relay was the 44.6 turned in hy Evans. Both that mark and Smith's leg in the 440 relay are under the listed standard in that event, but relay times are ineli- CatNetters dose Season With Victory TEMPE (Special). -- The Uni- Â·ersity of Arizona's powerful ennis team crushed Arizona State University, 7-2, here Saturday to complete its most successful season ever. The Wildcats, who whipped the Sun Devils 8-1 Friday, wound up vith a 15-2 record. Arizona, Brigham Young and Utah are expected to fight it out for t'f.e Western Athletic Conference championship at Albuquerque Friday and Saturday. 1,024 931 893 2,848 13 11 Rainbows Win On No-Hitter Tillie Jordan collected three hits, batted in three runs and pitched a no-hitter to pace the Rainbows to an 8-0 victory over P Â· e s c o 11 in a Copperstate League women's softball game yesterday. Prescott won the two-game series opener Saturday, 9-6. ly, which was probably what Ryun had in mind all along. , Though the San Jose runners provided the Fresno meet's climactic moments, there were a couple of other great performances. Ralph Boston won 'the long jump at 27-2V4, just 2 inches under his world record. And Bob Seagren of Southern California won the pole vault at 17-4V2, 1% inches under the world mark. In Houston, at the Southwestern Athletic Conference meet Jim Hines : of Texas Southern tied the-world mark in the 100 yard dash at 9.1 Saturday. At the Heptagonal Games' a West Point, N.Y., won by Army Navy's John Lawlor ran the mile in 4:05.5 and came back for the two mile in 8:53.2. Richmond Flowers led Ken Troy Falls, Awaits Foe From 2AA Catalina waited until this afternoon to find out its opponent n the first round of the Class AA state high school baseball By ED JORDAN Citizen Sports Writer GLENDALE -- Jim Miick- l o w , P a l o Verde High School's husky weight star, gave his mother a thrilling Mother's Day present and himself a psychological edge to repeat as Class AA state shot put champion. , The six-foot, 203-pound Titan senior didn't get off his best put of the season, but did out-throw Arizona's top two performers in Saturday's 2 A A-4 A A. I n t e r-Divisional track and field meet at Washington High School. Mucklow, who has tossed 58-9 this season, did 58-5 twice Saturday, to defeat Glendale's Dwigh't Bennett by 11 inches and Washington's Dave Palmer by 19. Palmer entered the meet with the season's best toss of 59-OV2 and Bennett with the second best with 58-11. "Everything went the way I* wanted," said Mucklow after his shot put victory. "I'm not working, so I'm kind of short (of money). I felt bad because I couldn't buy my mom a Mother's Day present. But she told me her present would be to beat those two guys (Bennett and Palmer). "I wanted revenge and got it," said Mucklow. "Bennett beat me on the last throw (58-11 to 56-Oy 2 ) at the Glendale Invitational." Mucklow, who established a Tucson shot put record of 59- IVz last spring, then gave his mother another blue ribbon present when he won the discus, defeating 160-plus throwers Jim Theis of Cortez and Mike McNabb of Glendale with his season's best of 159- W l /z. Mucklow's career best was 165-3 last spring. Division 4AA did b e t t e r than expected team-wise with Washington nipping Pueblo, 68-66, to capture the championship. Pueblo could have tied Washington, but Tucson High's Al Lewis turned in a 48.2 anchor to provide the Badgers with the mile relay victory (3:22.7). Pueblo was second. TRACK DUST -- Lewis won the open 440 in 49.5 . . .Other double winners were P r e s c o t t ' s Dave Palmer (4:24.3 and 1:57.7) and Washington's Tom Murphy (9.9 and 21.5). Murphy also anchored the winning 880 relay team (1:29.7) and the third- place mile relay team . . .Tucson High track coach Ollie Mayfield missed the meet to attend his father-in- law's funeral in Nebraska . . .Two disappointments resulted in the 880 as Bob Cunningham of Cortez and Tuc : son High's Dick Cady failed to qualify. Cunningham, who entered the meet as the second best 880 man (1:56.4), was hampered by the flu- and Cady set the pace until the final 50 yards when dropped from first to fifth. he tournament. The Trojans, who won their 'irst Division 4AA title last Friday via an 8-1 romp over Tucson High, will face e i t h e r Brophy or Washington Friday at 3:30 p.m. at C a mpb e 11 Ave. Field. (Glendale and Washington played today to determine the 2AA champion). Catalina ended its regular season Saturday with a 3-2 loss to homer-hitting Camelback of 3AA. Camelback pitcher Tom Shoemaker hit a solo home run and Phil Catalomotte hit a two-run round-tripper to spearhead the Spartans' .three-run t h i r d inning Saturday morning. r n T v a l V a r ; V lost to Palo HIGH SCHOOL RESULTS Running Events ItKMDASH' -- Murphv, Washlnston, 9.9. Â·2, Anderson, Tucson. 3, Schwanenberger, Palo Verde. 4, Gonzales, DouBlas. 5, Belts, Sunnyslope. 6, Roberts, Amnhi. 220 DASH -- 1, Murphy, Washington, 21.45. 2, Gonzales, Douglas. 3, Jackson, Pueblo. 4, Hlggins, Washington. 5, Anderson, Tucson. 6, Schwanenberger, Palo Verde. 440 DASH -- 1, Lewis, Tucson, 49.5. 2, Roberts, Amphi. 3, Armenta, Pueblo. 4, Lewis, Pueblo. 5, Hyde, Flagstaff. 6, Pike, Sunnyslope. 880 RUN -- 1, Palmer, Prescott, 1 : 5 7 . 7 . 2, Contreras, Tucson. 3, McLaughlln, Washington. 4, Mann, Sunnyslope. 5, Cady, Tucson. 6, Benehel, tucky to the Southeastern Conference championship with a 13.8 clocking in the * high hurdles and a victory in the 100 in 9.7. Larry Kelly, also'of Tennessee, ran a fine 880 in 1:48.5. The top mile of the day came at Fresno from Rick Homo of the Southern California Striders, 4:00.5, with John Lawson just one-tenth of a second behind. McPhedran Takes Three Stock Races Dan McPhedran outran the late-model stock .car drivers Saturday night at the Tucson Motor Raceway. . McPhedran won three races --the trophy dash, fast h e a t race and 30-lap event. He was knocked out of the Australian Pursuit by a collision, hut returned for the main event. Dave Farmer (ASU) def. Dean Penero -- 4, default; Brian Cheney (A) def. Roser Roy 6 -- 0, 6 -- 0; Garth O'Maley (UA) def. Jim Halstead 6 -- 2, 6 -- 3; Mike Howard (UA) def. Jeff Korbin 6 -- 4, 6 -- 3; Roser Pelton (UA) def. Vic Gedgoudas 6 -- 3, 6 -- 7; Robb Salant (A) def. Alan Brecher 6 -- 1, 6 -- 1; Farmer-Korbln def. Pene- ro-O'Maley 2 -- 6, 6 -- 4, 6 --1; Chenery-Howard def. Ray-Gedgroudas 6 -- 2, 6 -- 2; Pelton-Salant def. Halstead- Becker 6 -- 1, 6 -- 0. RECREATION R O U N D U P Verde, 54, Saturday afternoon when the Titans quelled the Spartans' seventh inning rally. Camelback 3, Catalina 2 CATALINA 010. 100 0-2 6 2 ShbeTnaker W, 9-2) and Syke; Phillips (L, 0-1), Balentine (3) and Cuesta. H o m e run--Shoemaker, Catalomotte (Camelback). Palo Verde 5, Camelback 4 CAMELBACK PALO VERDE . Hall, Youngman .... - . . . Graham; McNeil, Smith (4) and Surratt, Phillips (7). 000 000 4--4 6 2 2)0 101 X--5 11 1 -' Link (6) and 12), mith ,,....*. RUN -- 1, Palmer, Prescoll, 4:24.3. 2, Castro, Sunnyside. 4, Romero, Tucson. 5, Claus, Washington. Â«, Orter" "TOUGHS - 1, Capi.ano, Cortez, 14.7. 2, Glhbs, Sunnyside, 3. Johnson, Palo Verde. 4, Roaers, Sunnyside. S. El- liolt, Rincon. 6, Stout, Sunnyslope. 180 LOWS -- 1, Peterson, Washington, 196 2, Flores, Sunnvslooe. 3. Lame, McCHntock. 4, Bradley, _Palo _Verde. 5, uarfly, rucson. 6, nAoorc, RiiiCOn. 880 RELAY -- 1, Washington (Hlgglns, Peterson, Creed, Murphy) 1:29.7. 2, Pueblo, 1:30.5. 3, Tucson, 1:30.6. 4. Douglas, 1:30.7. 5. Catalina, 1:31.1. 6 Glerdale, 1:32.2. MILE RELAY -- 1, Tucson (Joe Humphries, McDonough, Lewis) 3:22.7 2, Pueblo, 3:23.3. 3, Washmaton, 3:24.2 4, Sunnyslope 3:24.9. 5, Cortez, 3:25. 6 Douglas, 3:25.7. Field Events SHOT PUT -- 1, Mucklpw, Palo Verde, M-5. 2, Bennett, Glendale, 57-6. 3 Parker, Washington, 56-10. 4, Barber Glendale, 55-5. 5, Anthony, Pueblo, 54 T/2. 6, Bryant, Tucson, 53-1 Vi. DISCUS -- 1, Mucklow, Palo Verde 159-10'/2. 2, McNabb, Glendale, 157-lOVj 3, Thets, Cortez, 156-7'A. 4, Anthony ueblo, 154-7. 5, Gunzel, Palo Verde, 47-51/2. 6, Bennett, Cortez, 146-11'A. HIGH JUMP -- 1, Myers, Pueblo, 6-4. , Grisby, Pueblo, 6-2. 3, Scala, Catana, 6-1. 4, Robertson, Flagstaff, 6-0. 5, Hauberg, Palo Verde, 5-10. 6, Pitney, Â·^aradise Valley, 5-10. (Haubers defeated 'ilney on fewer misses), POLE VAULT -- 1, IVlaUnowskl, Rin:on, 13-3. 2, Prater, Catalina, 13-0. 3, "orgerson, Catalina, 12-4. 4, Cameron, 'alo Verde. 5, Klimuck, Sunnyslope, .12,. 6, McKinney, Moon Valley, 12-6. third through sixth places determined on fewer misses). LONG JUMP -- 1, Grisby, Pueblo, 221%. 2, Baray, Tucson, 22-3'/e. 3, Moon, Catalina, 21-9%. 4, Conner, WashlnBton, 21-8'A. 5, Foughty. Glendale, 21-7%. 6, 3avls, Tucson, 21-4%. Team Standings 1, Washington, 68 points. 2, Pueblo, 66. 3. Tucson, 62. 4, Palo Verde, 46. 5, Catalina, 28. 6, Glendale, 23. 7, Sunnys- lops, 22. 8, Sunnyside, 21. 9, Prescott, 20. 10. Cortez, 19. H, Douslas, 17. 12, Rincon, 13. 13, McCSlntock, 12. 14, Am- phi, 9. 15, Flaastaff, 6. 16. tie between Moon Valley and Paradise Valley, 1. 18. tie between Salpoint and St. Mary's, 0. C South \Vianers 100 DASH -- Tovler, Sahuarita, io.7. 220 DASH -- Thompson, Patagonia, 25.2. 440 DASH -- Carson, ASDB, 55.9. 880 RUN -- Hernandez, Bow e, 2:09.8. MILE RUN -- Burreson, Bowie, 4:56.9. 120 HIGHS -- Krakowlak, ASDB, 16.7. 180 LOWS -- French (Pima) 22.3. 880 RELAY -- ASDB, 1:38.9. SHOT P U T -- LeFevre, Patagonia, 43-3'A. DISCUS -- LeFevre, Patagonia, 122-8. POLE VAULT -- Berry, Sahuarita, 11-0. HIGH JUMP -- Howell, Valley Union, 5-4. LONG JUMP -- Tollver, Sa- hoarita, 18-7. Team Standings 1, ASDB, 43. 2, Patagonia, 29. 3, Pima, 24. 4, Sahuarita, 23 5, Bowie, 12. 6, Valley Union, 8. ROLLINGS CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH BUILDS NEW SERVICE FACILITY ATTENTION VOLKSWAGEN OWNERS SAVE MONEY ON SERVICE and REPAIRS Our **lunÂ« buwn*** ft law overhead kt ut LOWE* our MICIS to You! CALL MA 4-5515 PICKUP It DELIVERY LOAN CARS ,-fV^^t.^ -T j ^ fcta f JAMES'MOTORS, INC. 929 So. 6th. 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