Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 10, 1966 · Page 31
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N NEW FOLKLORE c* Cats Seek To Better .500 Record Against Pepperdine Mantle Rests After Drill --AP Wlreptot* New York Yankee slugger Mickey Mantle rests after batting practice yesterday ; at the Yankee spring training camp in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Lakers Win Second Straight NBA Western Championship By Associated Press -The Los Angeles Lakers hs?s won their second straight West- era Division championship in the National Basketball Association and their fourth in five years. Only a second-place finish to San Francisco in 1964 and a similar runner-up position to St. Louis in 1960 has prevented a streak of six straight western titles for the Lakers. ;.The Lakers wrapped up 1966 Western Division laurels by edging the Cincinnati Royals 115-116 last night.in a nip-and- tnck game at Indianapolis. ur free throws, two each by Elgin Baylor and LeRoy Ellis, sewed it up for the Lakers dfter the Royals had pulled to wjthin 115-114 with 90 seconds left. ;THE VICTORY gave the Lakers a won-lost record of 42-33. "finis they can lose all five of tneir remaining games and still finish ahead of the runner-up j Baltimore Bullets. The Bullets got whipped by San Francisco at Seattle 120-115 and now have lost seven more games than the Lakers. Meantime, the Philadelphia 76ers increased their Eastern Division lead over the champion Boston Celtics to one full game with a 123-115 home triumph over the St. Louis Hawks. Both the 76ers and Celtics have five games left. The veteran duo of Jerry West and Baylor paced the Lakers over the Royals. West hit for 31 points and Baylor 27 to offset a 39-point effort by Oscar Robertson for Cincinnati. PHILADELPHIA MADE it six straight victories as Wilt Chamberlain and Hal Greer each got 31 points against the Hawks. Big Wilt also grabbed 36 rebounds. Lennie Wilkens had a hot first half with 24 points that put St. Louis ahead at halftime 63-58, but it was all Philadelphia nereafter. Wilkens and Zelrno Beaty each finished with 29 roints for the Hawks. San Francisco built a 23-point ead after three periods and oasted to victory over Baltimore. Rick Barry of the War- iors and Bailey Howell of the Bullets shared scoring honors with 26 points apiece. Cincinnati LOS ANGELES 6 f T G F T Rob'ts'n 1313-15 39 Baylor 10 7-1027 Dlerklns 2 2-2 6 West 1011-1431 Embry J 1-1 S Boozer 3 0 - 0 4 Halrston 5 0-1 10 Ellis 2 2 - 3 6 Hawkins 1 1-1 3 Hatzard 1 6-7 24 Lucas 8 3-4 ',i llhoif 0 0 - 0 0 M'gl'k'n 8 1-1 5 King 2 2-3 . Smith 4 2-2 lOLaR'so 6 7-9 V Thacker 1 0-0 2 Twyman 7 1-2 II Wilson 1 0-0 2 Totals «J4-JT 11* Totals 4JJJ-44W Cincinnati 54 31 M 34--11 LOJ AnselM 41 if ll ll--n» Fouled out -- Cincinnati, Hawkins Total fouls -- Cincinnati 32, Los An qeles 25. Attendance 4,310. ^Desert Rats Rate High In Water PHOENIX--UPI--Five members of me Arizona Desert Rats Aquatic Club were listed in the top 20 world swimming rankings for 1965 by Swimming World Magazine yesterday. Kendis Moore was one of two swimmers ranked in five events. Miss Moore was second in 200-meter butterfly; fourth in 100-meter butterfly; ninth in 200-meter backstroke; 13th in 200-meter individual medley; and 18th in 100-meter backstroke. Her sister, Kerry, ranked fifth in the 100-meter butterfly. The Moore sisters are students at Arcadia High School. Marilyn Ramenofsky ranked in three events: No. 2 in 200- meter freestyle; No. 5 in 400-meter freestyle; and No. 18 in 100-meter freestyle. Tracey Gilmore was 17th in 100-meter backstroke; and Claudia Clark ranked 19th in 200-meter freestyle. SPORTS RESULTS AUTO RACING ROCKINGHAM, N.C. -- Paul Goldsmith of Indiana set a track record of 116.68 miles per hour to win the pole position for Sunday's 500-mile Peach Blossom stock car race. RACING MIAMI -- The racing career of Kelso, five-time Horse-of-the-Year, and all time leading money winner Is apparently at an end because of a hairline fracture of the 9-year-old Gelding's right ankle. ARCADIA, Calif. -- Johnny Lonodan, who has more lifetime wins than any other locKey, announced that he Is retiring from horse racing after the San Juan Caplstrano Handicap at Santa An Ita Saturday. HOT SPRINGS, Ark. - Q-Ball, $3.6 beat Somettlcco to win the feature raci at Oaklawn. ARCADIA, Calif. -- Native Diver, S3 romped to a 2Vi length victory ove Real Good Deal In the $27,000 San Bernar dim Handicap at Santa Anita. MIAMI -- Chalina, $27.60, held off late rush by Lady Pitt to win the Orchk Stakes at Gulfstream Park. MOTOR OVERHAUL INCLUDES: 1. New cnrome Kings 2. new Gaskets 3. New KOd Bearings 4. New oil 5. Grind Valves and Keseal 6. Remove Sludge and Carbon 7. Hone Cylinder Walls 8. Adjust Tappets 8, Mike Cylinders JO. Cut Cylinder Ledp.es 11. Mike Crankshaft 12. Inspect Main Bearings 1.1. Clean Oil Lines 14. Steam Clean Parts 15. 5M-Mllo Checkup 16. Tune Motor S Month or 5,000 Mile Guarantee Engine Condition Permlttinf* PARTS and $8850 Most 6 Cyl. 8-Cyl. Slightly Higher AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OVERHAUL Save Money on Bonded'?: Unconditionally Guaranteed Repairs. Complete Labor (Resea] Job From $24.95) No Money Down Financing (On Approval) 24 HOUR TOWING PH. 792-3456 BONDED Automotive Service Inc. 242 S. Plumer T. LOUIS PHILADELPHIA G 3 F (M 13 5-1331 t 7-9 15 12 7-103 4 2-5 10 4 5-6 13 2 0-0 . 4 0-0 1 3-4 S C F TG Beaty 12 5-7 29 Blanchl Bridges 0 0 - 1 0 Ch'bTn Caldwell I 7-10 23 CunVm 'uerln 7 3-3 17 Greer Mulllns 3 1-1 7 Jakfon ·rm'l'n 1 0-0 2 Walker Wllk'ns 911-14 29 ward Silas 3 2-4 8 Jones Gambee Totlll 432T-W115 TotJll 4729-47113 t. Loulf ..'; M 13 1» 33--115 PMUdtlpkll M3111M-.il] Total fouls -- St. Louis ZJ, rnll«fcl»hla Attendance 4,538. BALTIMORE SAN FRANCISCO G F T G F T Barnes 5 1-3 11 Barry 10 6-8 26 Ferry 4 5-3 TOMesc'y 5 3-5 13 Howell 10 6-7 26 Hetzel Ottl W ll Rodters Loug'ry 3 3-3 9 Arties Egan 7 2-J 16 Olsen reen 2 2-7 6M'Lem'e Sloan 3 1-2 7Newm'n 5 1-4 1 Phillips 0 0-0 Total) 4*23-33111 Totals 4731-45125 laltlmor* 35 19 « 39--115 San Francisco 38 35 34 J«--125 Fouled out--Baltimore, Barnes, Green Sloan. Total fouls--Baltimore 33, San Francis co 28 Attendance 4,126. Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Behini Philadelphia .... 50 25 .647 -Boston 49 24 .653 1 Cincinnati 44 29 .603 5 New York 29 43 .403 19Vi 4 8-1016 7 5-4 19 6 2-2 1. 3 0-1 7 6-9 2i xLos Angeles Baltimore St. Louis San Francisco Detroit Western Division 42 35 31 32 21 33 40 41 43 53 .540 ,467 .431 .427 .234 Yesterday's Results Los Anseles 119, Cincinnati 116 Philadelphia 123, St. Louis 115 San Francisco 125, Baltimore 115 Today's Games Boston at Cincinnati Temorrow's Games Detroit at Los Angeles Baltimore at New York x--Clinched division title 10 20W es urry ICK ouar By Unite* Preu iBterutkml Forget marvelous Marv. Now he Mets have stupendous Stu. Never before nicknamed in so omplimentary a fashion, Dick tuart is out to make this one :ick. Acquired by Manager Wes Westrum for his booming bat (and unofficially for his gate appeal), Stuart might lift the Mets out of the National League cellar -- so says the propaganda. The 33-year-old Greenwich. Conn, resident has been with four different clubs in the last five years, Philadelphia, Boston, Pittsburgh and now the Mets. IT'S STUART'S belief that by playing regularly he will hit for a respectable average a n d maintain his long ball barrage. Stu recorded a plus for THURSDAY. MARCH 10, I9U J A-State's Bv KfcARNEY EGERTON Arizona's Wildcats hope to climb over the .500 mark for the first time in the 1966 base- jail campaign tomorrow when they battle Pepperdine in the first game of a three-game series at UA Field. The Wildcats take a 3-3 mark into the 3 p.m. contest, which marks the first time the two schools have met since 1961. They play again in a 1 p.m. doubleheader Saturday. Rich Johnson, a junior college 16-game winner who has yet to go the distance for the Cats, is slated to make his third start tomorrow. Johnson has pitched five innings in two separate contests to date, but was lifted in favor of a reliefer both times. Coach Frank Sancet has tentatively selected Dick Seminoff, a sophomore with a 1-0 mark, to pitch the first game Saturday. He has not named a second game starter. Co-captains Scott Nielsen and Eddie South- ard'lead the Wildcats into the series with respective batting marks of .381 and .320. The Cats hold an 18-6 edge in a series with Pepperdine which began in 1948. NY Goalie Foils Hull Record Try NEW YORK -UPI-- They ame to cheer Bobby Hull last ight and stayed to hail Cesare. New York Ranger g o a l i e Cesare Maniago turned in one f his better netminding jobs as le shut out the Chicago Black Hawks 1-0 and stopped Hull's quest for a National Hockey jeague record-breaking 51st ;oal this season. "I didn't think much about Hull getting that 51st," Maniago said as he stripped off his ads and uniform and sat around in his longjohns sipping oda pop in the Rangers' dress ing room. "AFTER THE opening face- iff, I stopped concentrating on Hull and just kept my eyes open on all the Chicago players," Maniago explained. The Ranger goalie said it was obvious the Hawks were passing off to Hull instead of shoot- ng on goal. "They're looking for Bobby and not taking those shots," Maniago charged. "The same thing happened during the 196061 season when Bernie Geof- frron of Montreal got his 50th goal of the season on goal tha night, but kept passing off to Geoffrion so Bernie could ge the goal and tie Maurice Richard's record." The Hawks, three points be tiind first-place Montreal, die Dot lose any ground in the championship race as the Ca nadiens dropped a 3-1 decision io Boston. Third-place Toronto lowever, closed to four points of Chicago by edging Detroi' 1-0. BOSTON BEAT Montreal for ;he fourth time in 12 games this s e a s o n and snapped a seven-game losing streak as Murray Oliver, John Bucvk and Gilles" Marotte scored for the winners. Bob Rousseau had the onlv Montreal tally. Frank Mahovlich's first-peri od power play goal gave Toroiv to its winning margin over De troit. The shutout was the thin in five games · for Maple Lea goalie Bruce Gamb.e W L T Pts. 6F OA Montreal 3 3 1 8 8 74195151 Chicago 32 21 7 71 210 159 Toronto 27 20 9 67174153 Detroit 2 4 2 4 1 0 42189148 New YorK 17 33 10 44 175 223 Boston 1« 37 6 31 144237 Yesterday's Results Boston 3, Montreal 1 Toronto 1, Detroit 0 New York 1, Chicago 0 Today's Games No aames scheduled Tomorrow's Games No games scheduled was clocked in a fast 31.11 sec- mds for the 5-16 mile. J. A.'s Rowdy ($7.20) posted lis sixth win in the Grade 1 opener. The track's leading winner, ^ortland Duke, will go for his 6th win in tonight's tenth race and is a 5-2 choice. Trackman's selections were not available. First post tonight is at 8. FIRST RACE-- J-U, Grad* * . Credit Cll 4-1 S. Bill Gardner 8-1 Z More SUile 8-1 «. Bys Clbtlon 10-1 Come Runnln 5-2 7. Reb's Deal Racetrack Opens ALBANY, Calif. -W- Golde: Gate Fields opens its Silver An niversary thoroughbred racin program tomorrow. ANNOUNCEMENT We very much need in trade the following mode! used cars! 1962,1963 1964 CHRYSLERS *iiri m now! ROLUNGS aoiimniaimr Go Millie Scores Grade 1 Triumph Go Millie, the sensational 17-month-old pup who has ost only one race in her lifetime, last night made her Grade 1 debut a success at Tucson Greyhound Park by scoring a $3 triumph. The winner defeated Bu Dog by nine lengths and 4. Fly Bolt . 9-2 12-1 8. J.W.'s Chlote 7-2 SECOND-- Tucson C./ Gr»dt J . Goldstont J-l 5. Mai. Mark 12-1 . Babe Swan 5-2 6. Mabel Hlnes 9-2 . Wlil-o-KIm 10-1 7. O.B.'s Mltlme 4-1 4. Cindy Tray 7-2 8. Spin Master 8-1 BillieKing Wifl Play In Phoenix PHOENIX -- UPI -- Billie Jean Moffitt King, the top- ranked woman tennis player in the United States, accepted a bid yesterday to the 14th annual Thunderbird Invitational Tennis Championships opening March 18. Mrs. King will be aiming for the crown won last year by the 12th - ranked Justina Bricka, who will return this year. The nation's No. 1-ranked man, Dennis Ralston, declined an invitation yesterday. He a n d defending champion Chuck McKinley were staying close to home because their wives were due to give birth the weekend of the tournament. Second-ranked Arthur Ashe and fifth-ranked Charlie Pasa- rell, National Indoor champion, were early co-favorites to capture the men's singles crown. Defending men's d o u b l e champions Clark Graebner and Marty Riessen will not make the Thunderbird event. They were out of the country on a State Department tour. THIRD-5-li, Grade 4 1. Crmpd Deck 5-2 5. Moki G. 10-1 2. Shry Glow 7-2 t. Rivers M 3. Bar Rltz 12-1 7. Shan Marie 4-' 4. Legato M I. Deltona Bid ?-2 FOURTH-S-U, Ondt Hllrtl* 1. Prty Candy t-1 5. Riley's Scrt 2. Rudy Etchen 9-2 6, Gold Puff 3. Hugh Lucky 7-2 7. Red Autumn 4. Grant Hutch 8-1 8. Edle Beebe FIFTH--Tucson C., Grade 3 I.Mr. Boyer 7-2 5. O.B.'s Abscf 2. Flash Fun 5-2 4. Mac's Squky 3. Pink Blsm 8-1 7. Mad Millie 1J-1 10-1 5-2 t-: 9-2 612- 4. Candy Cmel 10-1 I. L.L's Vonnle t- SIXTH-5-K, Grade 2 I.You'Can Win 4-1 5. Nifty Siw 122. O.B.'s Msnt 7-2 4. Gayld Perry 53. Shpherd Mall 9-2 7. Ever Better 10- 4.Metal Boy 8-1 B.Carl Henry 8- SEVENm-s-u, Grade 3 1. Yulia Ring 7-2 5. Key Present 82. Tuff Judge 8-1 4. Frltzie Son 123. Red Tike 10-1 7. Nancy Coml 64. Stone's Bkry 5-2 8. Big Ceasar 9-, EIGHTH--Tucson C., Grade 4 1. B.B.'s Apache 5-2 5. O.B.'s Candy 62. Status Style 8-1 4. Olmpic Smrk 103. Lovely Lucy 7-2 7. Velvet Rkway 84. L-B.'s Doll 9-2 8. Mickey's Mk 12- N'NTH-S-H, Grades 1. Pretty Gee 5-2 5. Al Pac 122. Laura Adams 7-2 4. Real Sleeper 43. O.B.'s Candle 9-2 7. Smked Prm 84. In Charge 10-1 8. Spky Snlndr 8- TENTH--J-l«, Gradt 1 (Spanish Trail Special) 1. Prtland Duke 5-2 S. John Line 122. Lyl Maxle 8-1 4. O.B.'s Tell You 83. Saundilly 7-2 7. Ariz. Doll 104. I'm Pete 9-2 8. Lady Killer «- ELEVENTH--Tucson C., Grade 1 1. Eye wash 8-1 5. Roio Fire 102. Gus Otto 4-1 4. C.E.'s B Pine 53. Radlent Pam 9-2 7. Pile Up 74. O.B.'s T Girl 8-1 8. Cozy Cornel 12- LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS FIRST--5-14 Mile Gr. 1, 4. J.A.'s Row dy, J7.30, 2.40, 120, 8 Dealer's Edge $2.40, 2.20, 5 O.B.'s Alpha, $180. Q. 4-8 $5.80. T-31.50. SECOND--Tucson Course Gr. 2, 3 Kay Kris, 129.40, 9JO, 5.20, 7 O.B.'s Lager $8.20, 5.20, 5 Temella, $4.00, Q. 3-7 $89.40. DD 4-3, $94.20. T--40.38. THIRD--5-14 Mile Gr. 3, 7 Tomm Davis, $13.40, 8.00, 4.40, 3 Dial To Win $4.40, 3.20, 1 Tol'ble, $4.00. Q. 3-7, $25.00 T-32.2*. FOURTH--5-14 Mile Gr. 3, 1 Free Dream, $4.40, 4.20, 2.40, 3 Bexlev. $7.00 3.80, 2 Hot Contact, $2.40. Q. 1-3, $23.80 T-31.E2. FIFTH--Tucson Course Gr. 4, 1 Yel lowsfone Ken, S7.80, 4.40, 4.00, 7 O.B.' Nscre, $4.60, 3.80, 2 Copper Coil, 53.00 Q. 1-7, 20.20. T--t0.45. SIXTH--3-U Mile Gr. 2, I Merry Khana, $4.80, 5.00, 3.40, 1 Bob Kick $5.00, 5.00, 3 Cheyenne's Rex, $3.60. Q 1-8, $29.20. T-31.75. SEVENTH-5-14 Mile Gr. 3, 4 Llttl Tater, $11.00, 7.20, 4.80, 2 O.B.'s Moden $440, 4.40, 8 Viking Village, $4.20. Q 2-4, $40.00. T--31.84. EIGHTH--Tucson Course Gr. 3, 1 Da Foley, $7.20, 4.40, 3.80, 5 Wameso Wes S4.40, 3.00, 4 Make History, $3.80. Q. 1-5 $18.40. T--40.51. NINTH-5-14 Mile Gr. 2, 1 Venl Ved Vecl, $8.40, 5.20, 4.00, 4 Break Fas $3.80, 3.40, 4 TIrn McCarver $5.00. Q. 1-4 $14.80. T-31.85. TENTH--5-14 Mile Gr. 1, 4 Go Millie $3.00, 3.20, 2.40, 2 Bu Dog, $5.20, 2.80 3 Ted Cornhusker, $2.80. 0. 2-4, $12.80 T--31.11. ELEVENTH--Tucson Course Gr. 1, Personalized, $4.40, 2.40, 140, 7 Luck Gale, $3.20, 4.40, 1 Lurcher, $4.80. Q 2-7, $21.20. T--39.85. Handle--$44,231. Alt.--2083. Pool--434 Exch.--394. Dig Q 2-4 and 2-7 pal $131.80 to 27 Winners. himself yesterday when he cracked a double and two singles for a pair of RBIs and then astounded the crowd with a sensational stab of a line drive off the bat of Lou Klimchock. To the surprise Oi alTiiust iiu me the extroverted Stuart re- ponded to the plaudits of the pectators with a deep bow ·om the waist and a doff of he cap. Like marvelous Marv Throneberry who delighted Met fans when he turned in routine catches and hit long foul balls, Stuart looks to be right from he mold that produces Met dols. One drawback could be hat Stuart can hit. WHITE SOX relief pitcher Eddie Fisher spent yesterday morning in the hospital while X-rays were taken of h i s ddneys and bladder. The veteran hurler has complained of discomfort around the middle of lis body. Tuesday, Chicago lost cnuckleballer Hoyt Wilhelm for at least 10 days when a wild pitch fractured the right finger of his right hand. Bob Friend makes his American League debut today in a starting role for the New York Yankees against Buster Narum of the Washington Senators, friend was obtained in an off- season trade with Pittsburgh, where he had spent the previous 15 years. Ray Washburn and Art Mahaffey, a pair of 27-year-old question mark righthanders for the St. Louis Cardinals, have satisfied Manager Red Schoendienst so far. "They're throwing well and, if they keep it up," says Red, "could be a big help." Outfielder Al Ferrara hit the first home run of the spring for the Los Angeles Dodgers during their intrasquad play. Nate Oliver, in the running for the second base job, collected three hits to raise his average.in in- trasquad games to .455. MATTY ALOU continued his hot hitting for the Pittsburgh Pirates with three more hits giving him eight for 13. Vernon Law will start for the Bucs in Friday's exhibition against the Boston Red Sox, who will go with Earl Wilson. Elsewhere, catcher Bob Rodg ers, rookie Rick Reichardt and pitcher-outfielder Willie Smith banged homers for the Califor nia Angels . . . Boog Powel clubbed a three-run homer, Bob Johnson added a solo Job at the Baltimore camp . . '. Jim Ray Hart's slugging highlighted the workout for the San Francisco Giants. PREMIUM RECAP All Sizes Black or While + Taxes Exchange YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH US... · No delays... no questions for holder? of chsrgt plates tnd nstionil credit cards. · Tike months to pay on easy budget pUn. NO WAITING! NO MONEY DOWN! i eUUUHTTt «|»'««t Mwn«] *s*J t*r*«h t new dimensions inciriving. f on the safer- f^eiiyrolia BASEBALL EXHIBITIONS Yesterday's Results Cleveland, AL, vs. Mexico City Reds a Mexico City, postponed, rain Today's Games Cincinnati, NL, vs. Kansas City, AL, »' Bradenton, Fla. Houston, NL, vs. Minnesota, AL, at Or lando, Fla. New York, AL, vs. Washington, AL, a Pompano Beach, Fla. Cleveland, AL, vs. Mexico City Reds a MexKo City. TomtrrWJ Camet Cincinnati, NL, vs. Philadelphia, NL, a Clearwater, Fla. Chicago, AL, vs. Houston, NL, at Cocoa, Fla. Boston, AL, vs. Pittsburgh, NL, at Fort Myers, Fla. Minnesota, AL, vs. Beftlmore, AL, Ml ami, Fla., nlsht. Cleveland, AL, vs. Mexico City Reds, a Mexico City. · T» "Hey, lookit! Mr. Buff has a great idea . . . Roy Drachman's portrait on an air-mail stamp if he can bring more major league teams to Arizona for spring training." RECREATION ROUNDUP BASKETBALL OURY PARK Class C Knickerbockers (Dan Riesgo high, 16) defeated Flowing Wells Hawks (Chris Evanson, 11),. 47-31. Oury Park Eagles (Oscar Coleman, U) def. Monsters (Domlnso Alvarez, 14), 39-37. Threaten Arizona State will be out to break Arizona's dominance in Western Athletic Conference gymnastics at the fourth annual championships to be held at UA tomorrow and Saturday. Arizona has won all three titles in the short history of the- WAC. The Sun Devils, with a 10-2. * dual record, defeated Arizona.', last week in Tempe, 190.3 to- 185.7. Arizona has a 15-2 dual record, Team championship competi-:. ;ion will be held tomorrow night,- jeginning at 7 o'clock, Defending champions in six- of the eight events will be back" this year. They are: Steffan Monk, Arizona, floor: exercise and horizontal bar; Bob Smith, New Mexico, tram-' Doline; Skip Johnson, Arizona- State, long horse and parallel" bars; and Les Christiansen,'; Arizona State, rings. .; In the all-around competition v Dick Nicholas of Brigham' Young, Rich Impson of Arizona, State and Jack Kenan of Ari :v zona are the top contenders.' CAR HOME CARE CENTERS MAIN 2-4861 1441 E. Speedway 29* N. stone irk it Spetdway 22nd at Alvemon E. th A Tucson 149 S. Campbell SPECIAL NEW 1966 UNIVERSAL · JEEP 1795 GALLOWAY AMBLER MOTORS^ 1237 N. Stone 624-7441 ; 5200 E. Speedway 327-6081 SPRINT f" H ABl-aV-DAVI09C3IMl on tfce track Goatterthetrophy-or SPRINT H · There's^no t (, 8 fun--with this hot 250. rough too rough for NotWng m It .nywhcr,. g»« ^^.wd Sprint H. I M G H A M S 531 N. 4th AVE. 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