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SAtURDAV, FEBRUARY 3; 1973 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Rincon outlasts Sahuaro ·lblfy:^8tling defense stops THS ··.$'- By BILL HAYES ·'.' CIHMM «Mf Wrlttr ;.;:.. In one 1 aspect* Pueblo High's basketball team assured itself of a winning season last night. But on the other hand, the Warrior? showed they still have* long way to go. Pueblo (9-7). held on V to .knock off Tucson (9-7) 50-48, in the nightcap of a Southern Division, AAA interleague doubleheader at the Tucson Community Center Arena. In the opening game,|,R|ncbn (133) hustled to capture a 68-64 win over Sahuaro (13-4). , "I guess Pueblo's season is successful whenever it beats a Tucson High team," said Warrior v coach Roland LaVetter. "We played some good; defense even though we let down in spots. But we won a game where I don't think our overall shooting percentage could have been much better than 22 per cent. We made the .good defensive plays and steals, but couldn't .convert .them to points." If the Warriors could have cut down on bad court-long passes and made some layups, they wouldn't have had to play it close at the end 1 . The scrambling defense, led.by guards Ernie Moore and, Frank Gomez, forced most of Tucson's 33 turnovers. David Wells' free shot and crucial lay in with 20 seconds left provided the winning points for Pueblo, which was'helped by a charging-foul-on the Badgers' Dennis Tate with two seconds left. ' Gomez and Wells hit 14 for the Warriors while Mtoore added 11'. James Johnson scored 12 for Tucson. Jay Hernandez and Mike Lopez added 10 apiece. Riricon lield an ll-poiht.-le.aA, over Sahuaro with a ;minute left to play before faltering. The Rangers suffered four consecutive backcourt turnovers to allow Sahuaro to pull within two points (66-64) before Rincon's Randy Craig hit two free throws to put the game out of the Cougars' reach. The Rincon-Sahuaro game wasn't as rough as the first Prep Basketball Standings Yellow Jackets 54, Mustangs 51 $«hu»rita Blanco 3 4-5 10 Tat* 3 2-2 1 2-2 18 Scot Rsmssn 4 9-12 17 3 1-2 7 4 Vlnzela Salcido 3 Zuftlc- 1 0-0 -.2-2 Nuns ; 1 (M Rincon' Buena Amphi pueblo Palo Verdi;;;; 3. s , '* 6 . . 2 6 · · ' ···^**A-2 . . . : · . . . : : . - w I Canyon del Oro 7 1 Satford ........ S 2 Flowing Wells .. 5 3 Blsbee 4 4 8BBF san Manuel Totals M 14-11 M Serr 4 1 - 1 Davis . 4 (M) . Hlladay :, 3 2 - 2 B 'psanen 2 iW) Elam 2 0 - 6 Hnnmn 0 0 - 1 Totals 11 .Ml 51 Tombstone ....;.... 12 19 it u -- M Sahuarita .......... 9 12 12 II -- it Team'fouls -- Tombstone 12, Sahuarita 'Fouled out--None. 6B.B Salcido, SS .'......17 Jung, CDO,.......16 Johnson, Tuc. ....16 Johnson, Tuc. ..'. sands, SR-....... Gomez, Poe.i,.. Moore, Pue...... Markle, Sah. .... Harris,Sal. ..... Goodyke, FW ... Edwards, CpO .. Henson, Rln ... Flick, Bue Campillo, Cat. .. Arnwlne, Bue. .. Wln'»rn,.Bue, .. Arlno,FW .-..;,.. SCORERS I f * ft-a 17 133117-159 Trojans 49, Panthers 41 I Catalina ,1 - g f I Sounders 3 2-4 3 3 - 4 9 3-5 1 04 0 2-2 2 1-3 1 0-0 0 0-0 Wyes Mott Hnbak Hunes Wilfred Younfl . Ring · Fllppelll I 2 3 b 0 0 u 2-6 0-0 : 8." ·«; 3 6 6 1 Evans Cmplllo Wddlnq Porter Mease Mills Wlndf eam fouls -- Amui 17, Catalina 17. ouled out -- Mott 216 14.4 246 14.5 21* 14.4 Dorados W, Apaches 59 Canyon del Ore '.'*. · ' · t EdwrdV Buflum Jung . · Dixon Jones Lochert, 'Rsnbrg Teta4s~ * 1 t 5 3 0 1-4 0-0 64) 8 2-2 04 J71J-27 t 17 2 11 ·a « 0 ~i» ' · o , 2-4 Negates Medina Padllla Hodgers 9 04 Hrnndel 1 2-2 Estrella 6 1-1 G. Grca 0 2-5 Escrena'1 04 R.Grca 0 04 ·T»tal». H11-21 41 TOtajt 1911-111 4T ·».v=;;fl ? ii {J-S .'·£ Jayvee -- Cat'alina (Cartens 29) dcf. Amphr(Cnarter.'27), 63-60. OT. Frosh -- Amphi (Heslep 21) def. Cttallna (Stanley. 12); 43-40. Ciabs 75, Tigers 54 Flowing Wells i Globe .·»'. ' I _t t Gedyke 4 S-3 10 Jeffries 9 0 - 0 1 8 MrkJbs 2 0 - 0 4 Arlno a, 0-2. 4 Galvet 7 4 - 5 IB Totals M 7-.14 St Cmpbell 2 Sessions 7 . _ .. Stratton' 4 3 - 5 ll ryant 3 fM) 6| Smrvlle 0 M 0 .Stnley 2 2-2 6 Mercer 0 0 4 0 Imah C««yo« del Ore. , 17 14 H 11 17 12 1« - » M -- 59 T » t a l s M 1 5 Totals 1916-U 54 Team fouls -- CDO 14, Nogales 18. OIQbe ...:.. 14 27 21 13 -- 75 ....... 13 11 17 13 -- J4 (Marr21);71- Team fouls--.Flowing Wells 26, Globe Fouled out--- Goodyke, Mark Jacobs, Shumway. F|J *WS«...:.T^ ,S1**^_ (£onns ._30) def. Tgehr 73, Vandals 51 72-71. Marann g f 1 Parsons o 0-0 0 Tamolln 1 0-0 2 soteto 6 4-6 16 Berry · 6 4 - 5 .16 AUnier 11 2-4 Z4 Hunter.- 2 o-o' ' 4 Martinet 2 1-2 5 Payne 0 i-2 2 .Thomas 1 2H 4 Tetals 291S-11 71 Miami ' i f t Padllla 0 0 - 2 o Baeza 4 2-4 10 Rdrsuei S 2-7 12 Lopez 4 0 - 0 8 Roberts 0 1 - 2 1 Sims 10-1 2 Alvarado J 04 6 Chaldet 1 0 - 0 2 Hthrly 1 04) 2 Motta 4 0 - 0 1 Tetals M 5-1J 11 Warriors 50, Tucson Sladek ? 04 0 Hrnndez 4 2-3 10 Lopet . S 0-2 10 Haynes 4 1 - 4 9 Johnaon 5 2-2 12 Hill. 1 0-0 2 Tate 21-1 5 . Tttals 2V MI 41 Badgers 48 pueblo Peten 3 1-3 7 Moore 51-5 11 Holmes 2 0-T 4 Wells 4 (-10 14 Gomel 6 2 - 4 14 LaMbtle 0 04 0 Totals 2»1»-M N Mar*** '........... U H ?! H~S .TUctiii .14 12 11 11 -- « Miami " is n, t-n PIMM* ............. u if l u-n Team fouls -- Merane 16, Miami It. (PHti II) def. Miami (SoMo II) def. Miami Team fouls -- Tucson If, Pueblo 15. Fouled out -- Johnson, fate. (Goniales I), BUMogs 77, Bine Devils C4 Suxnrsltfe Cortet pimres Uncer* 71, Colts 87 talpetnte 5 , 5 51 2 - otclo 2 04 4 Jose Byrne Lloyd · Turner Romero TMalS M ll-M 64 1 04 04 .0-3 0-0 0 1-4 Rbrtsn, 2 2-10 * Haymore J 5-6 21 Ochoa 4 34 11 R.GnzlI 0 04 0 Floyd 3 04 · 6 Gavlqan 2 2-2 6 Lcrma 2 0 - 0 4 James 1 0 - 2 2 Tetals 291M4 77 VaMk FllCk S 3-7 Johnson 3 2-2 Wlnborn 13 04 Arnwlne 6 2-2 Wlnslow 0 0-1 Parham 0 2-2 Nichols Hall f t 0 2-2 0 04 26 Tetats M11-17 47 Provost Allen Darling Hughes Harris I t 04 2 . 4-6 ID 4-1-3 9 7 S-S 19 9 54 21 Hungat* 3 2-2 I Garcia 0 o-o o M. Kncr 0 04 0 Totals 1717-12 71 Team fouls -- Sunnyside 27,-DoualaS 27 Jayvee -- Douolas.(Valennjcla 20) def. Sunnyside (Robinson 17), 64-44. Fos-- Douglas (Salrbrcnner 15) def. Sunnvilde (Hlaalns 15), 51-40 ' ·vena II T? M 11 -- 67 Salpetnta ........... li 21 16 19 -- 71 Team fouls -- Buena 13, Salpointe 20. Fouled out -- Allen, Johnson. Jayvee -- Buena (Marks 15) def. Salpointe (Foster 10), 67-43. Frosh -- Salpointe (John 14) def. Sierra Vista Junior High School (Natcrra 14), 51' - Rangers (S, Cougars 64 Prep ! j Wrestling Sahuare Markle 14 4-5 Crcoran 3 2:5 Schwnk 6 2-3 Newton 3 0-2 McCnnll 1 04 i Rincon 32| Farmer 8 Henson Stagg Harpcl 0 04 0 2-2 14 Totals 27 11-17 64 ll'2 7 4-4 7 3-4 7 6-8 0 0-1 Rvnolds 2 o-l Stein l 2-2 Tapley Craig Woltcrs Totals 2616-22 61 Santa Rita 3«, Palo Verde Pale Verde 101 Manzo 3:13 Wong 4:22 Ramirez 4:29 LeDuc :15 Conklinwbf Dorqan7 Brown 9 FabrlzioS Ncclv 4 RvanS Lambl 141 141 158 170 1)8 Santa Rita Mahadacon wbf Wakcflcld wbf Rosado wbf Wehr nberg wbf McCluskey 5:32 HlntzO . . Prcbble4 . Armstrong 1 Laharanoue t Wallaces Greene 6 Mallorv Sahuaro 12 14 21 17 -- 64 Rincon. ...;.. II ll 16 It -- 68 Team fouls -- Sahuaro 19, Rincon 17. Fouled out -- None. Jayvee -- Rincon (Nash 24) def. Sahuaro (Capln 15) 56-56. Frosh -- Rincon (King 21) dcf, Sahuaro (Hope 20) 70-50. Titans 73, Chargers 52 HW Lopez w b def .. . ,, Jayvee -- Palo Verde 28, Santa Rita 25. Frosh -- Palo Verde 47, Santa Rita 15. Pueblo 22, Amphi 22 Pueblo · 100 Villa wbf 107 Echanove 4 114 Zamoranot 121 Tapla 2 128 LuceroO 134 Durazo wbf 140 Morales o 147 Cuestastt 157 Rivera 1. 169 Reyes 0 187 Lopez 0 HW Canez2 Jawcc--Pueblo 39, Frosh -- Pueblo 39, Amphi Puotz 4:S1 BenltezO . A!carez3 Lopez 4 DavlsOn4 _ Fleming 4:57 Vaccaro 4 Luke 0 Crump 2 Clark 6 Carlllo 12 ·Krohn4 , Amphi IB. Amphi 12. Cholla. RicSQO R.Brton Hopkins Turnaae Fox Kikes Mrshall D.Brton Musser Thomas Totals l S 2 4 3 1 1 21 f 1-3 0-0 0-0 4-4 3-4 2-3 04 0-0 04 04 10-15 t 5 2 2 14 7 10 6 I 2 51 Palo Verde Vlnzela Fowler Cox' Hmmns Wlllams Johnson Erckson Stlllman Totals 9 2 3 7 6 4 1 1 0 f 3-5 5-7 8-11 4-S 3-4 1-2 1-2 04 24 25-34 t 7 n 22 16 11 3 3 0 73 Sahuaro 55, Salpointe 0 Sahuaro Cullins Aldrich wbf Hume wbf Peterson wbf Salpointe 100 forfeit 107 Qulroz1:55 114 Ra$ell:54 121 Smith 1:08 128 RoblesO Blair 4 Dorgan0 Cozzctti 0. Reckart Wood 6 Lewis 5:27 134 140 147 157 169 187 HW Gomez 0 Myles 4 Hoick 10 Verduzco 7 Extract 11 · Torreion wbf Welnsteln 11 . Schoonover wbf Wrloht 4 Jayvee -- Safuaro 51, Salpointe 5. Frosh -- Sahuaro 69, Salpointe 3. Gat gymnasts meet Fullerton University of Arizona's undefeated gymnastics 'team takes on defending NCAA College Division champion Cal State-Fullerton at 7:30 p.m., today in Bear Down Gym. Fullerton, with a 2-3 record, has two All-Americans returning. They are Rich Quinn on the high bar and Guy Nelson of the still rings. The Wildcats will be going after their seventh con- flecntiv* victory. ChOlla 10 13 12 17 -- 52 Palo Verde . 1 4 21 15 M -- n Team fouls -- Cholla 16, Palo Verde 12. Fouled out -- Turnage. Jayvee --Cholla (Stewart 15) def. Palo Verde (Ballance 23), 69-63. Frosh - Palo Verde (Crist 21) dcf. Chotla (Williams 10), 62-39. Mearns quail go to Texas More than two dozen Arizona Mearns quail have been live-trapped and sent to the Chisos Mountains in the Big Bend National Park in Texas. The 26 birds were trapped at night from several coveys, using capture techniques developed by Game and Fish Department research biologist Richard Brown. Mearns quail were known to inhabit the Chisos Mountains prior to livestock grazing abuse before the lands were bought by the National j?ark Service. The birds have not been observed on the national park since 1944, although they are still present in the Davis and Guadalupe Mountains in Texas and the in the Sierra del Carmen, south of the Big Bend National Park In Mexico, Up for grabs «V, « b^ ff\ f vt-.f '.'w'f-. f j m^^ f % ^ t :«??H"'^i -- citizen Photo by Lew Elliott iRincon's Dave Henson (40) and Sahuaro's Kent Markle (43) stretch futilely in an attempt to take the ball away from an unidentified Ranger. The Rangers defeated Sahuaro, 68-64, last night in the first game of a doubleheader at Tucson Community Center Arena. Watson four strokes ahead Tour sophomore learns what it's like as a leader meeting between the schools (Rincon won, 82-72) in which 49 fouls and three technical fouls were called. Referees Mike Hart and Bobby Bauh called it close last night. .However, tempers flared briefly in the third period, but the situation was controlled. Besides Craig's 20, Dave Henson hit 18 and Lew Tapley scored 17. Kent Markle led Sahuaro with 32 points. - Salpointe 71, Buena (7 Kim Harris scored 23 points and Steve Darling had 1 13 rebounds and eight assists to lead Salpointe. Waldo Winborn scored 26 to lead Buena, which was also helped by Mike Arnwine's 14; An interleague game. ' . Catalina 49, Amphi 41 Catalina whipped Amphi inside, outrebounding the Panthers, 47^29. The Trojans' Terry Campillo exploded for 21 points and 20 rebounds while teammate Charlie Saunders scored eight and pulled down 17 rebounds. David Dyson scored 19 to lead Amphi in this interleague game. Palo Verde 73, Cholla 52 Although Palo Verde shot only 38 per cent from the field, the Titans topped the Chargers in rebounds, 47-29. The Titans' Jeff Cox led the charge with'22 points and 16 rebounds. Larry Turnage hit 14 for Cholla in this iuter- ieaguegame. Douglas 77, SnnnysWe 46 Ralph Salcido scored 30 for Sunnyside, but the Blue Devils committed 24 turnovers that led to their loss. Gary Haymore scored 21 for Douglas, which had four of five starters hit double figures. An inter- league game. CDO M, Noga.es 51 Marshall Edwards scored 17 points and pulled in 17 rebounds and Brian Jung scored 18 and had 15 rebounds as Canyon del Oro kept hoW of first place in the AA-2. Melvin Dixon added 14 points and 10 assists for CDO. Flowing Wells 75, Globe 54 Fl6wing :; Wells remained in the AA-2 title race with the win. The Caballeros are one- half game out of second place in the league. Jeff Jefferies led , the assault for the Cabs with 18 points and 14 rebounds. Al Goodyke added 10 points and 17 rebounds. David Galvez also scored 18 for Flowing Wells. Also last night, Charlie Al. exander scored 24 points, helping Mai-ana overcome a 12- point first half deficit as the Tigers stopped Miami, 73-51, in an A-South game; and Mike Scott scored 18 points and Gary Rasmussen to pace Tombstone's 54-51 win over Sahuarita in a B-East game. In games tonight starting at 8, Douglas will be at Santa PJta for a Southern Division AAA-B league game, Globe is at Canyon del Oro for an AA-2 game, and Sahuarita is at Thatcher in a B-East game. HONOLULU (AP) - Young Tom Watson looked surprised, almost awed, his eyes wide and bright, as he surveyed his lofty position four strokes in front of the field going into today's third round- of the $200,000 Hawaiian Open golf Tournament. "This is a new experience for me," the 23- year-old tour sophomore said. "I've never been in this position before. It will be a learning process for me for the next two rounds. · "I just hope I can keep it up for two more rounds and win the tournament." The stocky, ; hard-hitting youngster continued his domination of the par five holes on the 7,154 yard Waialae Country Club course yesterday as he put together a glossy, seven-under- parGS. That gave him a 36-hole total of 133 --11 under par after two tours over the oceanside layout that nestles under the shoulder of Diamond Head and staked him to a four-stroke lead over surprise challenger Jumbb Ozaki, a 26-year-old Japanese who is a former professional baseball player. . Ozaki, a husky 6-footer, didn't make a bogey and used his great strength off the tee to advantage in his 66 that put him alone in second with a 127 total. "If this tournament was in Japan, I would go for it," Ozaki said through an interpreter. "In this country I don't have the confidence." Orville Moody, who lost the Bing Crosby tournament a week ago when he missed an 18- inch putt on the final hole, veteran Doug Sanders and John Schle were next at 118.' Moody had a 66, Schlee 68 and Sanders 69. Tack Nichlaus STOPPING THE BALL WITHOUT BftCKSPt THERE RRE TWO WHYS TO HOLD THE GREEN ON SHOTS FROM ROUGH*. RPPUYIN6 fl HT puny- UOB SHOT. THE UO6 SHOT IS PLftVED WITH ft SWEEPING TYf»e SWING THflT STRIKES THE BflGK OF THE BRLL V SENDING IT HIGH WITH ' VERY UlTTtE BflCKSPIN. BUT SINCE fT WILL FLY HIGHER RND LftND MORE SOFTLY TURN NORMflL % IT STILL SHOULD'HOLD'THE GREEN. ! THE BflLL USUflLLY WILL FLY FURTHER FROM ROUGH X SO COMPENSRTE BY USING ONE CLUB SHORTER THflN NORMRL Y6-IRON TO ft 9-lRON v 'ETCO.i-.HND flTTEMPT THIS SHOT ONLY FROM R FfllRLY GOOD HE IN THE ROUGH. Pro Hockey oston Buffalo Detroit Toronto -- r . . Mafofi- 'I aiSKUii-:: F Atlanta 22 22 Minnesota ... 22 20 Los Anqeles . 21 25 PlttJlVrqh ... 21 25 St. Louis 19 21 California ... 9 30 Yesterday's Garnet No games scheduled Todays Otmti Montreal at Los Angeles Toronto ilil V Ji. lit 117 6 4 176 175 10 48 144 159 12 32 144'214 yancoyvL. New York Rangers at Boston Buffalo at New York Islanders Atlanta at Detroit ;· Chlcaqo at Philadelphia, afternoon Minnesota at Pittsburgh, afternoon i California at St. Louis Only flames scheduled Tomorrow's (James Montreal at California Atlanta at New York Ransers New York islanders at.Buffalo Philadelphia at Boston Vancouver at Detr" St.-Loujj.at . Rroit Chlcaw Sfl Pittsburgh at Minnesota, afternoon Onlv games scheduled WHA Cleveland flew England . New York ..., Quebec Philadelphia .. Ottawa ....... Winnipeg Houston . Minnesota .... Las Angeles. .. Alberta Chicago Yesterday's Qames Cleveland 5, Philadelphia 3 Wonvsn dominate Maple Leaf track , · y M. '.-''.'. .;.- .'·.; ' , - ; - . . - · with world marks Alberta 4, Winnipeg 3 Chlcaqo 4, Ottawa 1 · · .-.. Los Anneles 3, New England 1 Only games scheduled AHL Yesterday's O«nM Richmond 4, Rochester 3 Springfield 7, Jacksonville 3 Only games scheduled CHL Yesterday's OMMI ' Dallas 7, Fort Worth 3 Denver 5, Omaha 1 Phoenix 7, Tulsa S Only games scheduled WHL Salt Lake Phoenix . San Diego Denver M flf'aa . 54 192'157 7 53 211 179 10 54 1 Portland , Sea 6 46 149, -132 A -- --' · - -- ·y Associated Press Iris Davis and Glenda Reiser struck a blow for women's equality at the Toronto Star Maple Leaf Indoor Track Games. In fact, they went a step beyond equality. The two were among a group of females who either broke or tied world marks at,., the Games yesterday. Meanwhile, the best a male could do was tie a world record. Miss Davis, of Tennessee State, broke the world record Evans, Young honored tt the Clllien SIGNAL PEAK -- J. McGee Evans and George Young today were inducted into the Arizona Track Coaches Association's Hall of Fame. Evans, past president of the ATCA and former head track doach at Palo Verde High, is now principal of Tucson High's night school and Young, four-time Olympian and former University of Arizona distance runner, is head track coach at Central Arizona College, the ihost for today's ATCA clinic. Evans was the' ram-rod in organizing the track coaches group in the early 1960s, establishing the weekly track newsletter and track Hall of Fame. for the 50-yard dash in the time of 5.5. She shaved1-10 of a second off the previous standard. Miss Eeiser, a 17-year-old lass from Ottawa, ran the 1,. 000-yard race in 2:29.4 to eclipse the record of 2:32.2: JMaime Ralins of Tennessee State equalled the world best of 6.4 in the women' 50 hurdles. She tied Patty Johnson's world record. Herb Washington, meanwhile, of East Lansing, Mich., tied his own world best of 5.0 in the 50-yard dash. . Along with the new records, there were also upsets. Danny .Smith of the Bahamas, a student at Florida State University, pulled off the stunner of the night by winning the -50- yard hurdles in a 5.8 clocking. He beat a field that included Olympians Willie Davenport and Rodney Milburn. Along with the upsets, the Games also had the additional Lrama of photo-finishes. Kip- choge Keino of Kenya won the three-mile event by beating Canadian Grant McLaren in a controversial finish in which a photographer interfered with McLaren. The collision sent the photographer flying and cost McLaren the lead. Keino burst in front by a couple of strides and won the race in a time of 13 minutes, 23.8 seconds as the crowd booed. 16 18 5 41155.150 15 21 7 ,37 139 ,160 ifffe-.;:::;: u 5l 4 36i53"i6« Yesterday's Games , Phoenix 7, Tulsa 5 ' Denver 5, Omaha 1 ,,..-.· Only Barnes scheduled · , ' · - · Today's Came* ;.. Denver at Salt Lake , , ° Only gam. scheduled Ownfi · ,.,, Denver at Salt Lake Only game scheduled Tomorrow's Game* Seattle at Portland . . - . ru ; ; Phoenix at san Diego Tulsa at Denver Only games scheduled · ·: :· · ; : ; IHL "· ' ° ' f e ? YeMtrtkw't wmti . · ' * = * · , CoiumbusJ . , Des Molnes 0 ort Huron 2 - ··'··: .Miskwon*, Safllnaw4 "i: Onlyflametscheduled . " · . , " Yesterday's Games Syracuse t. Charlotte 2 Johnstown 4, New Jersey 1 Only gomes scheduled TUCSOM S MOiT CO^APLtT( 1 JACK ELLIS SPORTING GOODS J t A ^ T B R O A D W A " , 6 2 2 - 2 3 7 2 - 6 2 2 - 1 3 0 1 DON'T! Drain That Pool! ItPayiTo Invostifato Underwattr Rtpairs Call: 624-3496 Pool Construction r and Strvie«, Chemical* A Acctftorlci Hawaiian Open Former Masters champion George. Archer and Gay Brewer, who shared the first round lead with Watson, drifted back. Archer scrambled to a 71-139 and Brewer matched par 72forl40. . . . British Open champ Lee Trevino had another 71 and was 11 strokes back of Watson at 144. Arnold Palmer could do no better than a hard- won 75 and was another stroke behind at 145. Watson, just starting his second season' on the tour, failed to complete 71 holes in the Bing Crosby and had to survive the rigors on Monday qualifying at Ontario, Calif., to get into this tournament. i Since then 'he's used his superb play on the par fives-to'sweep into the first lead of his career. In two rounds he's played eight par five holes and is seven under par on them. He played them four under par yesterday- reaching three of them in two and chipping to within a foot on the other. "I think the par fives are the tiling on this course," he said. "That's where,you've got to make your score. "I feel the pressure, sure. Everybody does. But I'm swinging good and putting good. A lot depends, on the putting. This has been big boost to my confidence, getting two rounds like this. "I'm very excited. I just hope I can keep it going. You know, when you've got it going like this you feel like you can birdie every hole." He didn't quite do that, tout he did manage eight of them. His longest putt was 10 feet. Four came on the par fives and three more after approach shots left him putts of five feet or less. He bogeyed one hole, missing the green. Tom Watson 68-65--133 Masashl Ozaki 71-66--137 Doug Sanders 69-69--138 John Schlee 70-68--138 OrvillcMoody 72-66--13» Bob Barbarossa 72-47--13? Labron Harris 70^9--139 Georae Archer 68-71--139 JoeCarr 71-68--139 Gay Brewer 68-72--140 David Graham 72-68--140 Tom Sanderson 73-67--140 Miller Barber 71-69--140 Dave Elchelbcrser 7447--141 J. C. Sncad 70-71--141 Don Padqett 71-70--141 Takaaki Kono 69-72--141 Ron Cerrudo 70-71--141 Billy Casper 73-68--141 Tom Jenkins 73-68--141 BobWynn 70-72--142 Buddy AlHn 72-70--142 Forrest Fezler 71-71--142 Hale Irwln : 17-71--142 Lanny Wadklns 69-73--142 Steve Melnyk 71-71--142 Brian Barnes 71-71--142 Larry Zlcaler 72-71--143 Ray Floyd 71-72--143 Frank Beard Zl- 7 ?-V2 Bruce Crampton 72-71--143 AAlkeMorley 74-69--143 Bob Murphy 72-71--143 Roberto Bernardinl 72-71--143 Chi Chi Rodriguez 71-72--143 Jim Wieches 72-71--143 BertYancoy 71-72--143 Jim Simons 72-71--143 Dick Rhvan 71-72--143 Bunky Henry 72-71--143 Chuck Courtney 72-72--144 Jerry Heard 73-71--144 Lee Trevino 72-72--144 Jim Dent 72-72--144 Jim Ahern 71-73--144 Joel Goldstrand 71-73--144 Rod Curl 74-70--144 Georse Boutell .74-70--144 LeeWvkle 73-71--144 Jim Ahern 71-73--144 Lou Graham 70-75--145 BObZender 73-72--145 Bob Payne ·. 73-72-145 Jimmy Powell 73-72--145 Johnny Miller 73-72--145 Arnold Palmer 70-75--145 Leonard Thompson .......71-74--145 johnMahaffay 75-70--145 Cesar Sanudo 7372--145 Guy Hunt 71-74--145 Bob Dickson 73-73--146 Babe Hiskey 75-71--146 Dewitt Weaver it-Ti^M Al Geiberger 73-73--146 Rik Massenqale 75-71--146 George Knudson 76-70--146 Homero Blanks 72-74--144 Don Iverson 71-75--146 Art Silverstrone 75-71--14A Andy North 76-70--146 Rov Pace 77-69--146 JohnSchroMtr 74-72--146 Harrv Toscano 75-71--146 Ken Still 75-71--146 J?m Jamieson 78-63--146 Butch Bsird 77-S9--146 75-71--146 Mike Kallam 71-75--146 Failed to qualify: Mike Hill Jack Lewis Paul Purtzer BobMennc Dale Douglass Tom Shaw Dave Marr Hubert Green Kikuo Ari 7A -£H?S Lcs Peterson 76-72--148 Jim Colbert 76-72--148 Lionel Hebert ^'iH 4 ? EdSneed 79-69-148 BobRosburo 71-77--148 John Jacobs 74-74--1« John Kalinka 74-74-148 Fred Marti 73-75--148 Jim Barber 76-72--148 Larry Stubbleflcld 75-74--149 Phil Rodaers 75-74--149 Elwln Fanning 78-71--149 John Lister 79-70--149 Gene Littler 75-74-149 Bob Smith 74-75--149 Jerry McGee 79-70--149 Bobb Mitchell 79-71--150 DonBles 72-78--150 Doug Olson 77-73--150 VlcRegalado '"^-^ Charles Coody 78-72--150 Tom Ulozas 74-67--150 JohnToepcl 76-74--150 Ronald Castillo 78-72--150 Larry Wood 75-75--150 JackEwing 77-74--151 George Shortridge 73-78--151 HaruoYasuda 75-76--151 Bill Johnston ....75-77--151 Allen Miller 77-75--152 MlkeHigglns 78-74--152 Mike Spang 78-74--152 Bruce Wyatt 76-76--152 DlckLotz 80-73--153 Rick Bland 79-74--153 Marty Fleckman 78-76-154 Phil Krlck 77-78--155 Bob Eastwood 78-77--155 Bruce Ashworth 78-77--155 Rots Randall 79-77--156 Curtis Sifford 77-79--156 Don Beal 78-78--156 Dwight Nevil 79-77--156 Mike McCullouah 78-79--157 EdMoehllng 75-82--157 Jim Jewell 81-77--158 VicLoustalot 79-80--159 Walter KawakamI 81-79--160 Palmer Lawrence SI -80--161 Jack Stelngraber 82-85--165 GIbby Gilbert 69-wIthdrcw Chuck Thoroe 76-wlthdrew NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY!!! 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