Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 7, 1968 · Page 28
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PAGE 30 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, MARCH 7, I968-- Lewis Vs. Lewis Al Lewis of Tucson High School nips Pueblo's Willie Lewis at the wire in the 440-yard dash yesterday in the opening track meet of the season for both schools. Pueblo went on to beat the Badgers and Sunnyside in the triangular meet. (Citizen photo by Bruce Hopkins). Ortega Ignores Bad Weather As Prep Track Season Opens By ED JORDAN Citizen Sports Writer Unpleasant weather conditions prevailed yesterday, but for Ralph Ortega it was a sunny welcome. The diminutive Sunnyside High School distance runner braved 2Q-to-25-mile winds, a heavy overcast and 51 degree weather with an impressive comeback. He breezed to victory in the mile, running a fine season- opening 4:33.2 mile, and then sacked his double with a stout kick in the final 300 yards to win the half-mile in'2:00.2. "I just felt great -- really great," said Ortega, "this really makes up for cross-country." Ortega was plaqued with severe chest congestions and allergie last fall which prevented him from living up to his pre-season billing. PREP TRACK Tucson 74, Sunnyside S3 Pueblo 77, Sunnyside 50 100 DASH -- 1, Anderson (T) 9.8. 2, Po? 1 "? AE'- 3 /c LanB (p) - "' "Salvador! (S). S, Olives (S). 6, Sevenson (T.) 120 DASH - 1, Behers (P), 23.4. 2, Lang (P). 3, Ollvas (S. 4, Arellano (S). 5, Redman (T). *40 DASH - 1, Lewis IT) iO.7. 2, Lewis (P). 3, Stevenson (T. 4, Wilson (P). 5, Burton (S). 4, Maldonado (S). 880 RUN - 1, Ortega (S) 2:00.2. 2, Flores (P) 3, Cady (T). 4, Bustamonte (T). 5, Wilson (S). 4, Dominouez (P). TWO-MILE RUN - 1, Nldo (S) 10:02.?. 2, Chaboya tP). 3, Gulterei (P). 4, Zu- zueta (P). 5, Onterver (S). 4, Johnson S). MILE RUN - 1, Ortega fc) 4:33,2. 2, Flores tP). 3, Romero (T). 4, Pence (S). 5, Ortesa (S). 4, Hill (P). 120 HIGHS -- 1, Watson (T) 15.4. 1. Smith (T). 3, Hushes (S). 4, Avales (S). 5, Ystas (P). 4, Cook (P). 180 LOWS -- 1, Walson (T) 20.1. 2, Smith T. 3, AvIIes (S). 4, Hushes (S). S, Cook IP). 4, Ysles (P). 880 RELAY -- 1, Pueblo (Miller, Lang, Rovlch, Becher) 1:3X4. J, Sunnyside. MILE RELAY - 1, Tucson (Joe, McConaueh, Anderson, Lewis) 3:31.9. 2, Pueblo. SHOT PUT -- 1, Datson CT) 52-3. 2, Jones (P) iO-5. 3, Parlanes (P) 4-11. 4, Leslie (T) 43-7. 5, Renteria (P) 48-4. 4, Bertie (T) 42-8. DISCUS -- 1, Renteria f.Mj 14M. 2, Veea (S) UO-1, 3, Dillon (T) 138-4. 4, Jones (P) 127-i. 5, Williams (S) 128-0. POLE VAULT - 1, Thorton (T) II- «. 2. Valeniula (P) 11-4. 3, Felix (S). 4, Paredes CT) 10-4. J, Gomel 10-4. HIGH HUMP -- 1, Saundert (t) 5-8. 2, Isaac (T) S-a. 3, Redmond (T) i-S. 4, HotJse (P) 5-8. i, Revas (S) 5-4. 6, Morgan (S) S-4. LONG JUMP -- 1, Ssunders (T) 209. 2, Lans (P) 20-5'A. 3, Jerald (S) 20- 3V2. 4. Galvedon (S) 20-lVi. Palo Verde 115, Amphi 12 100 DASH --1, Feldman (PV 10.8. 1, Stoops (PV). 3, Denomy ( P V ) . 220 DASH --1, Feldman, (PV) 22.8. 2, Stoops (PV). 3, Williams (A). 440 DASH --1, Mow ( P V ) S3.). 2, Croteau (PV). 3, Williams (A). 880 RUN --1, Vanderlord (PV) 2:05.2. 2, Hunaerford (A). 3, Emerllna PV). MILE RUN --1, Emerlina (PV) 4:41.4. 2, Victor (PV). 3, Cruz (A). TWO MILE RUN --1, Chlldress (PV) 10:22.8. 2, Borbon (PV). 3, Yelllna (A). 120 HIGHES -1, Nuchols (PV) 17. 2, Niel (PV) 3, Bolt (PV). 180 LOWS -- 1. Bolt (PV) 22.5. 2, Nell (PV). 3,Jackson (A). 880 RELAY --1, Palo Verde (Denomv, King, Stoops, Feldman) 1:35. MILE RELAY --1. Palo Verde (Croteau, Bolt, Vanderford. Mow) 3:34.7. SHOT PUT --2, Gunzel (PV) 44-2'/b. 2, Stellfes (VP) 4S-3Vi. 3, Afchley (A) 44-4. DISCUS --\, Gunzel (PV) 147-11, 2, Young (PV) 141-5H. 3, Orlnskl (PV) 139. POLE VAULT --), Barker (PV) 11-4. 2, Yelling (A) !1. 3, Shurr (PV) 10-4. HIGH JUMP --1, Shurr (PV) 4-1, 2, (Tie) Gunzel (PV) and Smith (PV) 5-8. LONG JUMP --1. Mow (PV) 21-4. 2, Gunning (PV) 21-OW. 3. King. (PV) -- 20-4i/ 3 . Rincon 84, Salpointe 42 100 DASH 1, Taylor (R) 10.5. 2, Sense (S) 10.5. 3, Gearln (R) 10.4. 220 DASH -- 1, Sense (SI 2J.4. 2, Gearln (R! 23.9. 3, Taylor (R) 24.0. 440 DASH -- 1. Kelly (S) 51.9. 2, Tste (R) 52.7. 3, Loocz (S) 55.4 880 RUN -- 1, Rodney(R) 2:08.3 2, Keating (R) 2:10.4. 3, Varner (S) 2:11.5. MILE RUN -- 7, Keating (R) 4:54. }, Varner (S) 5:34. 3, Berser (S 5:17.4. Two MILE RUN -- 1, Lee (R) 10:23.8.2, Romanoskl (S) 10:47.7. 3, Campbell (R) 10:57.7. 120 HIGHS -- 1, Moore f R ) 14.0 2, Almll (R) 14.4. 3, Balak (S) 20.7. TBO LOWS -- 1. Moore (R) 21.7.2, Almly (R) 22.4. 3, Balak (S) 24.0. 8BO RELAY -- I, Rincon (Moreno, Hiener, Taylor, Garrin) 1:35.4. MILE RELAY -1. Rincon (Davenport, Sloss, Moore, Tatel 3:42.2. POLE VAULT -- 1. Teasley (R) 12-4. 2, Afenowlcz (S) 11-4. 3. none. HIGH JUMP -- 1, Debold ffi) 5-10. 2. Lopez (S) 5-8. 3. Walls (S) 5-8. LONG JUMP --1, Sense (S) 19-5. 2, Sgarlata (R) 18-8. 3. Alml! ( R ) 1B-4, DISCUS -- 1. Klein (R) 144-2. 2, Clay (R) 134-8. 3, Mendoza (M 129-5. SHOT PUT -- 1. Mendoza (S) 49- T/t. 2, Cambltsch (R) 47-2. 3, Klein(R) 45-8. SPRING SPORTS Tennis CDO t FLOWING WELLS 1 ·t COO Larry wlldman, CDO, def. John Rem- *fv,. W,,4-3i Jim Buots, CDO, def. Bin Melkte, 6-2, 8-*; Ctirls Castro, CDO def. Sieve Schaus, fro, 4-1; Sieve Wlllock, CDO, def. Tom Hastings, 4-1, 4-0; Jlrn Sa-nds, CDO def. Charles Stuart, 6-2. «!oj Wlldman-Sands, CDO def. Ramsey- Schaus, 4-1, 4-2; Melkle-Sluart, FW def. Davis-Gerson, 8-2. AMPHI 4, SUNNYSIDE 3 At Amphl Jeannle Chumber. SS, def. Barbara Hemmett, 4-3, 7-5. Susan Arcs, A, def. Margaret Saleado, t-2, 4-1. Darhla BrauBhler A. def .Carol Smith, 4-3, 4-4. Lvn Holmen, SS,def. Deanna Camobell, 4-3, 4-2 Karen Barnetf. A, def. Sue Francis, 4-4, 4-1. Hammel-Aros def. det. BrauBhler-Campbell, 4-2 3-4, 4-2. ASU Star Signs Pact SAN DIEGO (AP) -- The San Diego Chargers of the American Football League announced the signing Wednesday of Ken Dyer, their No. 4 draft choice. "Dyer, a G-foot-3, 185-pound end, caught 88 passes during his collegiate career at Arizona State University. "I think I could have broken Mario's record (Mario Castro's 4:23.9 school record) if it wasn't for the wind and such a nasty day. I just hope I can keep it up." Although Ortega's feats were outstanding, his Blue Devi] team dropped a double dual to Pueblo, 77-50, and Tucson High, 74-53, at Campbell Ave. Field. I n o t h e r season-opening meets, defending Southern Division AA champion Palo Verde mauled visiting Amphi, 115-12, and visiting Rincon toppled Sal- pointe, 8442. Al Lewis, Tucson High's lanky senior quarter-miler, picked up where he left off last spring winning the open quarter in 50.7 and anchoring the winning mile relay team in 50.4. The open quarter was a Lewis race, with Al holding the lead from star to finish, but having to lunge a_ the finish to nip Pueblo's Willie Lewis. TRACK DUST - Pueblo dis covered a new sprinter in soph Larry Behers, who was nippec in the 100 dash by Tucson High's Henry Anderson (wind aided 9.8), but won the 220 in 23.4. . .Pueblo performed with out three of its top prospects jumper Flenard Grisby and sprinter Tony Hammond, who were both sick, and sprinter Ed die Armenia, who was notifiec he was ineligible for the season b e c a u s e he was over age. . .Raul Nido of Sunnyside turned in the best clocking in the newest addition to dua meets -- the two-mile run -with a 10:02.7 victory. . .Palo Verde had three double winner; - Steve Giuize] (46-2M; and 147 11), Harold Feldman (10.8 and 22.8) and Dale Mow (53.1 anc 21-6). Feldman also anchorec the winning 880 relay team and Mow anchored the winning mile relay team. . .Hurdlers Eric Watson of Tucson High and Terry Moore of Rincon were also double winners with the former posting 15.4 and 20.1 victories and the latter 16.0 and 21.7. REPLACE BRAKE LININGS! ONLY [FIRESTONE "500" 1 V $ J A i PREMIUM TIRES ONLY'lU fOK S£CONOTIR£ HHEMYOUBUY'THE\ KATcHER MOST CARS 5744 E.SPKOW AY Z96-1831 Doug Sanders To Defend Doral Crown MIAMI, Fla. (AP) -^ Last year, Doug Sanders won the Doral Open Golf Tournament "or the second time, and the ?2Q,000 prize launched him on ;he biggest money winning pree of his career. This year, after a slow start, .he dapper Georgian could again make the Doral a spring board--if he can stand off eorge Knudson, the redhot Canadian, and Jack Nicklaus, who plays Doral's "Blue Monster" ;ourse more consistently than any other pro. "Now that I'm back in Florida," Sanders says, "I should be ;etting a little sharper." Sanders, a former University of Florida player, needs the warm weather and the familiar course to get him off and run- Miners Down Devils, 85-81 EL PASO, Tex. (UPI) -- The University of Texas at El Paso ;tretched its victory streak over Arizona State to seven straight as the Sun Devils closed their basketball season here Wednesday with an 85-81 loss to the Miners. Nate Archibald and Seabern Hill of ASU shared game scoring honors with 22 points each while Willie Worsley and Willy Cager added 21 and 18 respectively for the Miners. Jay Aar- note hit 18 for the Devils. Miners 85, Devils 81 ARIZONA STATE EL PASO G f T Detler 4 4-6 14 Cager « 4-7 16 Amote fl 2-3 IB Ahibald 9 4-4 22 EwarcJs i 0-1 B White 3 2 - 3 8 Hill ? 4-4 22 Worsley 8 5-4 21 Mackey 1 l-l 3 Isaac 1 0-0 2 Douthlt 0 0-0 OSwttier « 2-7 \4 Johnson 0 0-0 OiAacD'd 0 0 - 0 0 Schreur 8 0-3 16 Harper 0 (M) 0 Totals 3413-2081 Totals 3319-2485 Arizona Stale 46 33--81 El Paso 49 34--8J FouletJ out--None. Total fouls--Arizona State 18, El Paso Attendance--4,007. ning. In six tournaments so far on the winter tour, his best finish was a tie for 19th at Los Angeles. He has won only $5,300. In 1967, a surprisingly happy development enabled Sanders to coast to victory here with bogeys on the last three holes. The opportunity came when Tommy Aaron, leading in the final round, collapsed with an unbelievable quadruple bogey on the ninth hole. Woman Golf Pro To Play Tucsoiiians Shirley Englehorn, ninth-ranked player of the Ladies Professional Golfers Association, will conduct a golf clinic at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Tucson National and play the women's club champions of the Tucson area in a nine-hole exhibition match. The 26-year-old professional is a member of Sears' sports advisory staff. She will .be at the company's golf shop tomorrow morning to offer advice to women golfers. TONIGHT 8 -- Dog racing. Tucson Greyhound Park. 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