THURSDAY. MARCH 10, 1766 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE!! Weightmen Start Strong In High School Dual Meets the im- scan- By ED JORDAN Citizen Staff Writer The weightmen showed their muscle in yesterday's 1966 high school track and field openers. Three city huskies put shot 51 feet or better to mediately send officials ; ning the record books. All fell short of the city record (56-9V- by Amphrs Charles Rucker in :; 1963), but the three distances were impressive enough to serve as an indicator of what's ;; to come this season. ; : Palo Verde junior Jim Muck... tow threw the 12-pound iron ball 54-Â«i/ 2) Tucson's Britt Ripley threw it 524 and Salpointe's Gilbert Garcia heaved it 51-5. Only Garc-ia's toss was good enough for a school record as he bettered his own 50-6% standard. WHILE THE shot putters bad a field day, Tucson High's defending 4AA champions swept the high jump and shot put to outlast visiting Catalina, 65-50; Palo Verde nipped host Kincon, 69-55; Salpointe dedicated its new track with a stunning 76-42 win over Douglas; and Sunnyside played the role of a rude host by sweeping six events to club Amphi, 87-31. With Ripley also winning the discus, Tucson High woa all five field events, both relays and the half mile to outshine the standout individual performances of Catalina's Fred Wilson (15 points) and Ron Flores (ID- Dandy Randy Wooley scored 16% points in pacing Salpointe past Douglas. But more than that, Wooley had the pleasure of winning the first running event on Salpointe's outstanding new track. Wooley, who appears to have recovered from a teg injury that sidelined him the final four games of the football season, opened the meet by winning the 120-y.Td high hurdles in 15.9. "THE TRACK was soft," said Wooley after the race. "I started leaning and didn't tret back in stride. 1 hit the last five hurdles. I know my performance wasn't too good, but I'm still going after the state hurdle records." (UA's ace hurdler, Dale Frederick, set the all-time state records of :13.8 and :19.9 while competing for Pueblo two years ago). Sunnyside finished one-two- three in the 880 and mile relays, mile run, quarter, 180-yard low hurdles and broad jump to overwhelm Amphi. Miler Mario Castro wasn't scheduled to run, but the Mighty Mite decided to tackie the miie and he responded with a fine 4:36. His best is 4:26. In addition to Mucklow, Palo Verde also had strength in the sprints with Mike Schwanenber- ger winning the 100 in 10-flat, I Fishing Steps Up | As Winter Fades : Away In Arizona d By BILL DAVIDSON *Z. Citizen Outdoor Writer Â£ As winter recedes, fishing accelerates over most of ^* Arizona. ; The Arizona Game and Fish Department here isn't ;: ready yet to announce 1966 trout plant plans, for Rose ;'~ Canyon Lake or Lower or Upper Sabino Canyons. But ~~ big bass are responding to are lures or minnows at big San 'Â·'Â·Â·Â· White River, Big Diamond .'." Carlos Reservoir, and a good ,-Â·' deal of fine trout-stream fishing ; ' is opening up as the Ft. Apache ; Indian Reservation t h a w s : somewhat. "Â·Â· Good streams on the upper !:; Apache reservation are the low- Â·:. er part of the North Fork of ; White River, Big Diamond ".. Creek, the East Fork of White -~ River ; and Bonito Creek. Haw- "Â·.- ley and Earl Park Lakes are '-", producing trout on easily-acces- Â·-- sible ice-fishing. Hoursshoe Ci- I." enega requires a walk-in of *Â·.' about a quarter-mile, but it's Â·-- producing the biggest trout on *'* the reservation this week. Lim.; its are being taken in 30 to 45 Â· minutes, it was reported yes['" terday. ; San Carlos has turned up a -'" number of 5-pound-plus bass. It appears to be returning to the high-quality fishing it was famous for in 1964-65. Parker Canyon Lake near Canelo has been producing a fairly _ steady string of limits of trout under 11 inches. After several weeks of being almost ignored by Tucsonians, last week it drew a much larger number, and more Tucsonians were taking limits than anglers from the - Â· Ft. Huachuca-Sierra Vista area. =.; Rose Canyon Lake last year "' was planted with several thou- "Â· sand trout once a month some months and twice in other ~" months. Early plants were made in the two Sabino streams to capitalize on runoff. The Game and Fish Department will specify pretty soon how many fish it plans to put in each. Game-Fish estimates elsewhere around the state call Lake Mohave good for trout and bass, the Yuma canals good on tilapia and Roosevelt -- best 0 among the Salt River Lakes just Â·Â· now -- fair to good for bass. Russell Tops Sun Devils' List Of Foes TEMPE -- Iff) -- There's no doubt about who Arizona S t a t e University's basketball team believes was the best player faced this season. He's Michigan All- American Cazzie Russell, a unanimous choice. Named with Russell to t h e Devils' all-opponent team were Utah's Jerry Chambers, Leon Clark of Wyoming, Mel Daniels of New Mexico and L o n n i e Wright of Colorado State University. The second team was composed of Bobby Joe Hill and Dave Lattin of Texas Western, David Lee of Southern Illinois, Loy Peterson of Oregon State and Brigham Young's Dick Ne- melka. Texas Western was chosen ASU's toughest opponent. : : Amateur Mat Â· * 'I- Meet Slated - s- Â·~ PHOENIX -UP1- The Phoe" nix Wristlock Club will host the " Arizona Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) wrestling championships tomorrow and Saturday. More than 100 grapplers wil participate in nine classes at the meet at the YMCA. The Wristlockers have won - the tournament title for the past 12 years. Sports Car Club To Hold Slalom The Southern Arizona Sports Car Club will hold the last of Its series of slaloms a* TuÂ£ International Airport sold son OUH *ili.i-Â« *Â«*" ----- Â» . , ft terminal Sunday, starting at 9 D Cars from Phoenix as well as here are expected. Heffner Makes Big Try TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Don Jeffner is attacking his first big eague managerial job with a ; ervor that borders on the evan- jelical. If the Cincinnati Reds are not ready for the opener, it will not be the manager's fault. At the age of 55, this slender little man with the wavy gray lair is realizing the ambition oi lifetime. He does not propose to let it slip away unchallenged. Heffner has been grooming limself for the job, consciously or subconsciously, for 27 years since he reported to Augusta, Ga. in 1929. The path has taken him to places like Yankee Stadium, old Sportsman's Park in St, Louis; Globe, Ariz.; Elmira, N.Y., and Shea Stadium, TWO OR three times it seemec Heffner finally was going to ge' a break. When Harry Craft los' out at Kansas City after the 1959 season, Heffner was a coach who rated a chance at the top. Bob Elliott finally got the job Earlier there had been times when the Browns' job mighl lave been a possibility bul somebody else always got there first. In many ways Heffner's wanderings in the minors paralleled Johnny Keane's tortuous path to the big show. Both had reason to abandon hope before they got the call. "Sure, I've been disappointed," said Heffner. "When I was in Texas, Arizona or Marylanc or some other place and others would move up. But I look at it this way. There are many men who could handle a big league job. But there are only 20 jobs ip here. I consider myself very :ortunate to be one of them. "EVERY PLACE my wife and I have gone from Globe anc Miami in Arizona to San Diego and Shea Stadium, we have made friends. Not just friends for six months but lasting friends who look you. up anc come to visit. "Have you ever been in Globe, Ariz.? Dorothy (Mrs Heffner) and I were there in 1948. They had an infield with no grass and a population o about 7,500 in Globe and 7,500 in Miami, the two towns that held the franchise. Still we drew 100, 000. "The Indians from the Apacfo reservation used to come in tc see the games. Dorothy and m daughters would sit with the Indians and watch the games We have friends from Arizona and Elmira, N.Y., and San An tonio and every other place along the line." Now it is Heffner's job make friends and influence people in Cincinnati where the fan expect a pennant. In a way it i like a homecoming for Don because he is back with Bill De Witt (Reds' president), who ra: the Browns back in his playing days. HEFFNER'S HIGHEST praisi for a ball player is to call him "a good bear-down fellow . . . gut ty." He sprinkles the phras liberally when discussing hi Reds. CITIZEN SALUTE . . . By Calkins WHIZ,UNBEATEN 51NOS HIS SOPH YEA*, WINNING ALL 50 Lancers /Vsk For A-B Meet Don't be surprised if Salpointe losts the Class A-B state track nd field championships in May. Hy Hendrickson, AIA execu- ive secretary, was one of the many celebrities who attended he Lancers' track dedication :eremonies yesterday. "This is really a beautiful lay- mt and quite impressive," said the AIA official. Hendrickson was immediately extended an invitation to assign 'he state A-B championship to he Lancers' plush facility by Salpointe principal Fr. Jude Cattelona. All four conference state neets have been hosted by the Jniversity of Arizona in the Â»ast. Last spring the AIA voted o split the state meets on an alternate basis between the 'hoenix and Tucson areas each year. This spring the Class AA and C meet will be in Mesa and he A-B site will be in Tucson, although the site has not been selected. T1TU55 / Utah's Chambers Stars Three Ways PHOENIX -- Iff! -- Not only did Jerry Chambers of Utah do the .best scoring job of basketball players in Western Athletic Conference schools this year. , . . Â· . , Chambers also led hi rebounds and hi accuracy of his shots from the floor. In 27 games, Chambers, a 6-foot-4 forward, scored an aver age of 27.7 points, hauled down an average of 11.3 rebounds and hit field goals at a .523 clip. Bob Spahn of Arizona took free throw honors by sinking 73 of 85 for an .871 average. 1. Jerry Chambers, Utah 2. Freddie Lewis, ASU .. 3. Dick Nemelka, BYU 4. Dick Sherman, Wyo. .. 5. Leon Clark, Wyo. .. 6. Mel Daniels, N.M. .. 7. Jeff Congdon, BYU 200 175 189 164 163 152 .10 113 216 .523 10 85 192 .495 10 10 10 10 10 S.Mike Eberle, Wyo 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 10 . 10 10 10 10 INDIVIDUAL SCORING G Fgm Fam Pet. Ftm Fta Pet. RB PF Pts. Avg 9. Ted Picket!, UA 10. RDennis Hamilton, ASU ... 11. Steve Kramer, BYU 12. Ben Monroe, .N.M 13. Bob Spahn, UA 14. Mervin Jackson, Utah 15. Harvey Fox, UA .'. 16. Rich Tate, Utah 17. Jim Patterson, N.M 18. Geors* Fisher, Utah 19. Bill Morgan, N.M 20. Nell Roberts, BYU 21. John Myers, ASU 22. Bob Hansen, UA 23. Lyndon MacKay, Utah 63 131 65 147 65 139 64 56 57 46 41 47 30 45 40 43 40 45 .460 .491 .429 .439 .439 .474 .481 .442 .468 133 .464 142 .392 111 .514 120 105 115 93 .383 .390 .409 .419 95 .474 88 .455 92 .467 95 .421 100 .450 .825 125 .824 65 .743 51 .694 103 .761 124 85 .103 70 85 52 70 62 '67 64 .719 111 59 .780 46 20 .700 72 .708 58 .776 45 .733 49 .673 41 .829 26 .577 44 .773 58 .655 38 .632 39 .692 49 .551 30 .733 36 .527 31 .774 16 .624 27 301 30.1 31 262 26.2 28 236 23.6 39 215 21J 27 213 21.3 25 192 19.2 23 190 19.0 27 178 17.8 37 177 17. 31 175 17.5 37 163 16.3 39 160 16.0 32 146 14. 20 129 12.9 31 126 12., 29 120 12.1 '28 118 11.1 25 105 11.: 38 117 11.; 30 106 10.i 35 105 10J 26 104 10.4 35 100 10.0 FIELD GOAi. PCT. LEADERS (Minimum 70 FGA) Player, Team Jerry Chambers, Utah Mervin Jackson, Utah Tom Asbury, Wyo. Freddie Lewis, ASU Dick Sherman, Wyo. Ted Pickett, UA Mike Eberle, Wyo. Bill Morgan, N.M. REBOUND LEADERS Fsm Fsa Pet. 113 2V6 .523 57 111 .514 37 74 95 192 86 175 63 131 72 152 45 95 .500 .495 .491 .481 .474 .474 Player, Team . G RB Avg Jerry Chambers, Utah 10 125 12.5 Leon Clark, Wyo. 10 124 12.4 Mel Daniels, N.M. 10 111 11-1 DickSh erman, Wyo. 10 103 10.3 Jim Eakins, BYU 10 90 9.0 Mike Aboud, UA 10 90 9.0 Craig Raymond, BYU 10 85 8.5 Dennis .Hamilton, ASU 10 84 8.4 Mike Lanse, ASU 10 78 7.8 Lyndon MacKay, Utah 10 75 75 FREE THROW PCT. LEADERS (Minimum 30 FTA) Player, Team Bob Spahn, UA Jerry Chambers, Utah Freddie Lewis, ASU Jim Howsrd, N.M. Jeff Congdon, BYU Dennis Hamilton, ASU Harvey Fox, UA Leon Clark, Wyo. Ftm Fta Pet. 34 41 .829 95 103 .825 70 85 40 59 58 44 67 32 46 45 34 51 .824 .800 .780 .776 .773 .761 SCORES TOURNAMENTS NCAA College Division Quarter-finals Akron 74, Long Island Un'v. 68 North Dakota 63, Abilene Christian 62 Kentucky Wesleyan W, Central Connecticut 76 Southern Illinois 93, Fresno State 70 NAIA Second Round Georgia Southern 80, Southern Ark. St. 62 Grarnbling 95, Carroll, Mont., 84 Central St., Ohio 72, Lakeland, Wis. 68 Oklahoma Baptist 90, Central Michigan 70 Rockhurst, Mo. 98, Albuquerque 87 Carfcn-Newman 103 Morris Harvey 74 Norfolk St. 103, Athens, Ala., 81 Illinois Wesleyan 96, Midwestern 82 OTHER GAMES Albright 90, Lafayette 83 Western Reserve 70, Case Tech Â« "Besf Pfoce To Rep/ace" AUTO GLASS Genuine Shaf-R-Roof Â· Nafionwide Guarantee u 1 4* 218 E. Broadway DISTRIBUTOR Bern Van Der Kerk, Pres. * HOME WINDOW SERVICE AUTO GLASS] MIRRORS CALENDAR TODAY 8 P.M.--Dog racing, Tucson Greyhound Park. TOMORROW 3 P.M. -- College baseball, Pepperdine College vs. University of Arizona, UA Field. 4 P.M.--High school baseball: Amphi at Salpointe Douglas at Sunnyside Pueblo at Catalina Tucson at Rincon Welton, Greene Pace Freshmen Mike Welton and Bradley Greene were the top scorers or the University of Arizona fresh man basketball team during th season recently concluded. Welton, 6-2, had an averaj; of 20.92 points per game whi Greene, 6-3, averaged 20.43 Both played guard. Welton also led the team field goal percentage (53.5) an free throw percentage (83.8). Ralph Miller, 6-5 center, le the team in rebounds with average of 10.4 per game. Th Wildkittens had a 11-3 recor for the season and average 82.9 points per game to the op ponents' 74.8. )ale Mow the 220 in 23.8 and Wayne Ranee the 440 in 53.8. However, Wilson turned in the .act furlnncr Ol fl\ anrl svnat.iA. V*MW *MAAX,Â«^ \ B M * I W / MJUÂ«4 If UU4 tVA 51.3) clockings yesterday. Tucson IS, Catalina 50 IM DASH -- 1, Wilson (C) 10.3. 2, ones (T). 3, Cook, (T). MO DASH-Wilson (C) 23.0. 2, Jones (T). 3, hrlstopher (T). 440 DASH -- 1, Wilson ) 51.3. White (T). 2, Lewis (T). MO run -- 11, Andelow (T) 2:04, 2, Contrearas T). 3, Sheafer (T). MILE RUN -- 1, rentlss (C) 4:41.8 2, Nlelson (C). 3, )rtlz (T). 120 HIGH HURDLES--1, Florej C) 15.1. 2, Clark (C). 3, Rauk (C). IM OW HURDLES -- 1, Flores (C) 21.1. 2, Angus (C). 3, Clark (C). MO RELAY-Tucson (Cook, Christopher, Rodrlquez, ones) 1:33.4 SHOT PUT - 1, Ripley (T) 52-4. 2, ryant T). Nelson (T). DISCUS-], Rip- ey (T) 144-*, 2 Miller !C). 3, Knwp C). POLE VAULT--1, Rodriguez (T) 2-0. 2, Prater (C), HassÂ« (C) tie at l-Â«. HIGH JUMP--1, Cook (T) 5-10. 2, OU9las (T). 3, Fluty (T). BROAD JUMP --1, Barsy T) 20-10'A. Rodrlquez (T) 20- O'/i. 3, Flores (C) 20-10. Palo Verde 69, Rincon 55 IM DASH -- 1, Sdiwanenberser (PV) 0.0. 2, Gearln (R). 3, Anton (PV). 220 ASH--1, Mow (PV) 23.F. I Koonce (R). Gearln (R). 440 DASH--Ranne (PV) HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING PALO VERDE 54, TUCSON 41 At Central YMCA 200-yard medley relay-- 1. PV (Greg King, Minaer Miller, Bud Wright, Keith Crlm): T-- 1:51. 200-yard freestyle -- 1 'ete Seidl (T); 2. Mike Whalan (PV), 3. Pete Strong (PV): T-- 2:03 (new schoo and meet record). 50-yard freestyle -- 1 Dan Sleinman (T); 2. Paul Dull (PV) 3. Jeff Quintenz (T): T-- 24.9. 200-yar ndivldual medley-- 1. Alan Dodds (T) . Ev Butler (PV); 3. Dave McMullIn (PV): T-- 2:26.2. Diving-- 1. John Moor (PV); 2. Bernard Karrh (T); 3. Rid Furst (PV): points-- 125.75. 100-yard but iy--i. Dous Wright (PV); 2. Walte Meinel (PV); Bucky Bryan (T): T-1:05.8. 100-yard freestyle-- 1. Pete Seld (T); 2. Bob Jacobs (PV): Colvllle (PV); 3. Ke T-- 54.0 (new meet an school recÂ»rd). 100-yard backstroke Paul Dull (PV); 2. Greg King (PV 3. Bill Klmball (T): T-- 1:01.0 (new mee record). 400-yard freestyle-- 1. Mike Wha Ian (PV); 2. Alan Dobbs (T); 3. Pet Strong (PV): T-- 4:41.9. 100-yard breast stroke-- 1. Alfred Mendoza (T); 2. Minge Miller (PV); 3. Rock Telia (PV): T-1:09.0 (new meet and school record) 400-yard freestyle relay-Tucson (Secrlst Surr, Bryan, Qulntenz). Jay Vee-- Tucson 52, Palo Verde 43. EVERYTHING for -^^^^^^^^^Â·"" m _i and 53.1. t, towraeod (PV) 3, Tit* (S). Mt HUM-- 1, Bom (PV). 3, TÂ»tÂ« (R).ttÂ» HUN -1, Born (?V 1:05.1 ^ Carljoo, (Â»). 3. Higutra (R). MILE RON-- 1, H!gutra (R) 4:3?.Â£ 2. Ptaitls (PV). 3, Buurto (PV) 1J.7. 5, HÂ»)l (PV). 3. Lobmwi (R). LOW HURPLCS-1. Elliott (R) 20.?. 2, Bradley (PV). 3, Hall (PV) Mt RELAY -- Palo Verde (Anton, Mow, Born, Schwanenberger) 1:34.5. MILE RELAY-Palo Verde (Schwanenbersec, Townsend, Payne, Born) 3:42.0. SHOT PUT-- 1, Mucklow (PV) 54-M. % Corona (R) 47-3. 3, Heffletlnger (R) 44- IVi. DISCUS -- 1, MUCKIOW (PV) 13MV4. ! 2, Heftletlnger (R) 135-2. 3, Blnnton (PV) 133-4'A. POLE VAULT -- 1, Lockner (PV) 12-0. I Hutzler (R) ll-o. 3, Kuhn (PV) 11 Â·Â« (Hutzler det. Kuhn on fewer misses). HIGH JUMP -- 1, Koonce (R) 5-10. 2, Faust (PV) S-t. 3, Hearne (PV) 54 BROAD JUMP -- 1, Koonce (R) 19- 10V. 2, Hall (PV) 19-37t. 3, Williams (R) Sunnyside 87, Amphi 31 100 DASH-- 1, Plumbly (Si 10.3. 2, tie between Robers (A) and Lofton (S). HO DASH - 1, Ollvaj (S) 23.6. 2. Roberts (A). 3, Cltherman (S). 44t DASH -1, Burton (S) 53.9. 2, Miller (S). 3, Canet (S). Mt RUN-- 1, Lopez (S) 2:02.6. MILE RUN -- 1, Castro (S) 4:36. 2, Moreno (S). Clark (S). 120 HIGH HURDLES 1, Gibbs (S) 1Â«.8. 2, Stanberrv (A). 3, Rodaers (S). 1M LOW HURDLES- 1, Glbbs (S) 21.t. Rodgers (S) 3. Lofton (S). IM RELAY -- Sunnyside (Plumbly, Cltnerman, Ollvas, Stewart) 1:38.J. MILE RBLAY-SunnyjW* (Burtw- C*nÂ«z C*v- tro. Milter) 3:Â«.0. HIGH JUMP -- 1- Winner S) S-10Vi (new school ,-ecord, ok) record 5-10 by Jack ChlWi, 1W'.). !,_ UndÂ«rwood_ (S). 3, Jerald (S) 20-5V4. 2, N*moz (S). 3,' Stewart (3). DISCUS--1, Stanberry (S) 136-3. 2, Gebell* (A). 3, Hull* (S). SHOT PUT--1, Gebollt (A) 474. 2, Potman (A), Hulp (S). POLE VAULT -- 1, Wooley (A) 12-6. 2, tie betweer Waason (S) and Gomez (S). Salpointe 71, Douglas 42 3Â«a n*cu_i Â«Â»Â«an (S), 10.4. 2. CiM- nova TsiT 3, GonzalÂ« (D). 2JÂ« DASM- 1, Marruffo (D), 22.8. 2. Sletfsn (S). 3, Murray IS). *Â«Â· DASH--1, Casanova (S), 53.0. 2, Cumminas (D). 3, Glhiwrtin IS). IM KUN--1, Urbwukl (S), 2:00.3. 2, Sarrwnieso (D. 3, Hernandez (D). MILE RON--1, Sweeney IS), 4-.43.-3. 1, IWxmjkl (S). 3, Samanleso (D). 120 HIGHS -- 1, Wooley (S), 1S.Â». 2, Ronstadt (S). 3, Moore (D). 1H LOWS-1, WooteV (S), 20.7. 2, Ronsadt (S). 3, Sales (D). lit RELAY -- 1, Douslas (Sales, Gonzalez, Martinez, Mamrffo), 1:36.0. MILE DELAY -- 1, Salpointe (Casanova, Wooley, Gllmwtln, Noll), 3:41.2. SHOT PUT -- 1, Garcia (S), 51-S. 2, Klsh (D). 3, Falthi (S). MICH JUMP- 1, Wooley (S). 4-0. 2, Flannery (S). 3, Lopez (S). BROAD JUMP - 1, Marruffo (D), 21-0. 2, Flamiery (S). 3, Ronstadt S) DISCUS - 1, Ortiz (D), 150-1. 2, Marian! (S). 3, Sleffan (S). POLE VAULT -- 1, Walser (D), 11-6. 2, Causey (D). 3, McCabe (S). 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