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PAGE 14 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N SATURDAY; FEBRUARY 3, 197? -- Citizen Photo by Ross Humphrey* Sharpest of shooters Gordon Tabor, left, broke 96 targets yesterday to take first place in the Tombstone Handicap during the annual Tucson Midwinter Trapshoot. Judy Matthews won the women's division with 93 and Rusty Jackson was tops among the juniors with 90. Midwinter Trapshool eomes to an abrupt ByBILLQUIMBY . o«M»trj writer iThursday without a miss, in ; - i sjnglertarget . competition,, Dan Boniliais/^i-liuvenile'ofr- i i boasting' his chances/ of win- ficer- from ;Satt:: : Jc»se, , e'alif'i :; ' 7 ;'ning the 25th Tucson 1 Midwin- shpt Tuesday, Wednesday and ter Trapshoot. Then he met 1 Greyhounds 'i ENTRIES SELECTIONS ·' ' riRST RACE- B A '- Marv Olive- HiD FIRST RACE: TUCSON C., GRADE 3 nV Glrl: MltlSrlskv?' 1. B.A.'s Mr Ov S-2 2. Sally Sweet 9-2 ,,. Mill Frisky 7-i 4. Frd's Magic 10-1 5 Hippy Girl M SECOND RACE: Willy Newton; Andy 7' De2pGlow : - H H: THIRD 1 RACEV B.C.'s Sambo; SnoW- 8. Bwl Of Nlaht 12-1. mo ;; - L.'s Dream. SECOND RACE: Tl CSON C., GRADE 1 *,,',?.' Zli: AT^tf X'.'ZXK --" """ 1. Three Bears 7-2 2. TIKa Too 12-1 3. FWd's Bandit b-i 4. Willy Newton 5-2 S.AdnvH 8-1 FIFTH RACE: E.E.'s Gloria; Grand- 6. Snp Kracklc 9-2 ma Bcriha: Roacr Moss. /. Try J Crispy 10-1 SIXTH RACE: FcaturlnB; Cord Whip; 8. Parkhlll Boy 6-1 LX/s Black Too. · T H I R D RACE: J/lfc GRADE 4 ,,?.«*., IM ._ KALh: H.U.S Ma«l, 1. a:c.'s Sambo 5-2 2. Snowman 4-1 3. Gold Bond V-2 4. TiB.'s Pearl 12-1 5. Bit 0 Fire 7-2 "lEICMTH RACir ' Wisdom; Joy Sea- 6. F.L.'spram W cher; Renown. «· =-o-. S « Bl'P in S"l N L NTH ?. AC f = !"R ' s Star; Moncy SaV - ». E.R.'S Bll JO 8-1 cr; p PC os Stardust, FOURTH RACE: S/U, GRADE 2 ItNIH RALb: L.c.'s Hot Wire; Wnlp- ARIZONA BRED PREFERRED p=l/.mss:.Madds Dutch. _ 1. MdnlohtStar 9-2 2. Red Band 10-1 1. Brbara's pet 5-2 4. Brozln Baron 7-2 i ImiSSSS 'ft Be,.- J.J.'"caree?GTrl. °° """""· °°" q : SW : 8 ^i-Sia **%;· TM «x,e, Da ,sy 8. R.tP'sHrrv 8-1 BKtT BCT . , ,, c ,,, e ,,,, ,,, .,,. _,., u FIFTH RACE: TUCSON C., GRADE 2 BEST QUINIELA: 4 (P.Q.'s Madd) 7 , · PERFECTA WAGERING (Thermal) in the seventh. 1. Rrndm Brth 9-2 2. E.E.'s Gloria 5-2 3. Rckt Blssom 7,-2 4. Kool 0 Swift 8-1 5. Jufiv Rusher 10-1 J-'SSs'S.rtS* IM · RESULTS B". Fshrmns Ref 8-1 FIRST RACE -- 5116 Mile, Gr. 2 -- Na. SIXTH RACE. 5/1*, OKAUC 4 rt (yt R PI'i Hurt f, at- n « itn im T 1. Featuring 6-1 2. L.C's BIcTp 5-2 i. Connie's Girl 7-U 4. Hppy Hoolcv 9-2 5. Cord Whip 8-1 37.07. - -- - -- - . - · - 6. Sunny -10-1 SECOND RACE - Tucson Course, Gr. '»· Si? T RX,.r o ! 2 -Allce Lan(: ' ls - 20 ' 5 60 ' 7.20, Tine 0 8. Rich Glover 8-1 H -"1h"-, -1,!)ft. ? 70, n P'l Corky. 1 'n n SEVENTH RACE: 5/U, GRADE 1 2-7, (51.80), DO, 5-7, 104.80, T. 39.47. 1. Bo Belt 10-1 2. Sandy Mills 8-1 3. Mill Terrific 8-1 4. P.O.'sMadd 5-2 ? ^corc Fo'jr 9-2 iniKU KA(.e -- i/16 Mile, Gr. 3. -6 Tppr O'Hthr 12-1 . Tricky Loup, 10.00, 6.80. 4.80, Westy Mac 7 Therma 7-2 duff, U.60, 6.00, Curley McGcc, 19.00, Q. 68. B.C's GllnSn 6-1 B-JW^O),.!. 3J.20. «:GHTH RACE: NEW PIMA Cg^RADE UngfeMow 23.40, 8.20, 4.00, Rebel In 5 1ST ROUND KENNtl. UEKBT Whit,- T f.n T?n Tnmn llnmr F-,r1 ( r Ian i. Wisdom 5-2 2. Joy Searcher V-2 3. Renown 7-2 J. Goal's Twist 10-1 5. Star Bekln 6-1 o . 2 -6, (77.80), T. 31.44. 6. Chip Wilson 8-1 FIFTH RACE -- Tucson Course, Gr. 1 7. Open Action »-l Bes.s Ross, 4.00, 4.40, 3.40; Glidings, 25.40 8. Pullie 12-1_ 5 flD: Yuma Black Hawk. .1 M O 3-5 'UIUTU D«ri=. «/i* r.panc i (80.00). Pert. 5-3, 182.0. T. 39.00. · Nl D»»TTA wlrFRiNG SIXTH RACE -- S/'« «»». Gr. 3, G H's . PERFECTA WAGERING o«,t,, o in e -YI i/n. v,, c..,,_ , ,,, 1. L.C.'s Dmnd 6-1 2. Money Saver '9-2 i. J.F.'s Star 15-2 4; In'A Flash 10-1 5. Bitsy Jewel 12-1 2.80; Ever Nona, 3.00; Q. 5-6, (24.00). T 6. PCS Stardust 7-2 3122 7. Cstl's Pallcte 8-1 . SEVENTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Gr. 1 8. X's Alice 8-1 Brook Darla. 11.80. 9.nn. 5.6(1: Circuit Sal TENTH RACE: S/l«, GRADE 2 ly, '.60, i.4U; buck's HI Kay, 4.20. .« 4-8 9- P^'^HtV M I- Obe DB ood° SS ' 9 2 EIS'HTH RACE - Tucson Course, Gr Si Rt C d J S a H ck Wr f^ 6 7. °R b u e stle?' 0 s d Sky 1 J? i. Mr '*»$$[.· W- 1^ ^°' 0P » 4. Snow Sled 8-1 8. Madrts Dutch 8-1 Yum" f 3? " ELEVENTH RACE: 5/U, GRADE 3 NINTH RACE -- 5/1S Mile. Gr. 1 1. J.J.'s CrrRrl 8-1 2. Mohawk Mac 7-2 3. Wind Brook 8-1 4. Solid Bet 5-2 5. Grbnsr's Grf 9-2 Soeedv Fortune 3.80, 2.80, 2.80; J T': 6. Jsta Sample 12-1 Camargo 3.80, 4.00; Paso Sunny 5.00. Q 7 Bob Romer 6-1 2-6 fu.pi). T. 31.05. 8. Best Wishes 10-1 TENTH RACE -- 5/16 Mile, Gr. 3 - T TWELFTH RA . C j! DEN( f w PIMA c " 3.20; Zoom Step 4.00. Q. 2-3 (17.80). T 1ST ROUND KENNEL DERBY 3 Wi=u.:NTH D afK T,,r n r, r*,,r*» DCocPrTA WAnPPiNG Ei-KVcNin KA(.C: -- Tucson course PERFttTA WAGCKIHto ^i- ., i, :^ T-, 4 .,_ , , on c m r on 1. W.V. Lttl Jm 15-1 2. Daisy Brooks 8-1 ·3. Paris Style i-2 4. Solid Circle 8-1 5. M.R.'s Carla 7-2 Madds Minnie 3.20, 3.20; Ruben Don 6.60 6. F.F. Sod Stn W Q. 3.7 (15.20). Pcrf. 3-7 (44.70). T. 39.66 1- w ,'ffiS r i? cd j '£".! Big Q paid 2-3 and 3-7 (123.20). 8. 01 Bill Droxd 9-2. A) ? n 2.254. HBnd | B S108.134. Recreation Roundup BASKETBALL " City League Amphl Junior High Monday -- 6:45 p.m., Aamadillos v. Abraxas; 8 p.m., 22nd St. Bapt. v. Ei- chsr-berg Nursery; 9 p.m., Plumier Spec. v. Roundup Realty. Tuesday -- «:4S p.m., U.S.C.A. v. Cata- llna Bapt.; 8 p.m., Sundt Constr. v. Ellm Kntehis; 8 p.m., Ariz. Protection v.-Walgreen Tigers. Wednesday -- 6:45 p.m.. Sport Car Center v.' Mr. Don's; 8 p.m.. Double Clut- ehers v. 7 7's; 9 p.m., TWA v. Dung C3P ' Amphf High School Wednesday -- 6:45 p.m., Pima College Club v. Point After; 8 p.m.. All American v. Mt. Bell; 9 p.m., Cummings Realty v. Daredevils. Thursday -- 6:45 p.m.; Capln's v. Frontiers; 8 p.m., Sol Dlablos v. Glover Miller; 9 P.m., RIncon East v. TGE No. 1. Sunnyside High School ·Monday -- 7 P.m., Anfmas Panthers v. Camacheros, Sa.nbo's Bananas v. Burn Outs; 8 p.m., 86ers v. Tlny's Bar, Huskies v. Sloe Flames; 9 p.m.. Farm Outs v. Amado's Bar, Ted's CoWeoc Sar v. Loafers. Wednesday -- 7 p.m., 86ers v. Biq Sky Realty* Sambo's Bananas v. Anlmas Panthers; 8 p.m., Amircnds v. Buds, Farm Outs v. Chcbeans; 9 p.m., S.W. Indians v. Hawks No. 2, Zlfl Zags v. Billings Liqhf- Ing, - Tnvrsday -- 7 p.m., Blue Flames v. 1st Bapt,, Ted's College Bar v. Amado's Bar; 8 tfn., Huskies v. Ghosts, Froo's v. Nszarme; 9 p.m.. Motley Crew v. Mr. Quick Roaarcmner, Sfraton Army v. N. Tucson Optimists. Sowrysfcfe Jowor H*ir Monday -- 4:45 p.m., Mu'fcr's Constr. v. N. Tucson Optimists; 8 p.m., Wesf- cnburg Concrete v. TGE No. 2; 9 p.m., Eastside A.C. v. Budmcn. Tuesday -- 6:45 p.m., Applecaps v. Traveliners; 8 p.m., Murry Marauders v. A.C.H.; 9 p.m. Sapos v. Playboys. Wednesday -- 6:45 p.m., TGE No. 2 V. N. Tucson Optimists; 8 p.m., Westenburg Concrete v. Budrnen; 9 p.m., Straion Army v. Eastside A.C. Thursday -- 6:45 p.m., K.C. 1200 v. Hill- toppers; 8 P.m., CDO v. A.C.H.; 9 p.m., Applecans v. Plavbovs. Flowinq Wells Junior High Monday -- 6:45 p.m., Tumbles v. Harwood Harriers; 8 p.m., Leo's v. Fat Cats; 9 p.m., Jim Click v. Eingineer Testing Lab. Tuesday -- 6:45 p.m.. Reliance Supoly v. Diablos; 8 p.m.. Challengers v. Ski Haus; 9 p.m., H.E.A.T. v. Sunshine Sneakers. Wednesday -- 6:45 p.m.. Plumbers Soec. v. Armadillos; 8 p.m.. Abraxas v. Roundup Realty; 9 p.m., Harwood Harriers v. George's Barbershop. Thursday -- 6:45 p.m., Leo's v. Jim Click; 8 p.m.. Fat Cats v. Engineer Testing Lab; 9 p.m.. Tumbles v. George's Barbershop. Mission Manor Monday -- 6:45 p.m.. Ft. Fonster v. Circus Lounge; 8 p.m., Tucson Tires v. Scots; 9 p.m.. Blazers v. The Deads. Wednesday -- 6:45 o.m., Spear Ctwck- ers v. Drifters; 8 p.m.. Sots v. The Deads; 9 p.m., Tucwn Tires v. Circus Lounge. Thursday -- 6:45 p.m.. Ft. Fcnsfcr v. Payless Nursery. Pima coj'f.se Monday -- 7 p.m.. Hawks No. 1 v. Pima College No. 2, Cris Cross v. Purp!c- Gorillas; S p.m., Funky's v. Chevelles, Blues v. S«lbv Motors; 9 p.m.. Double Outchers v. 1st Natl. Bank, TWA v. Sport Car Center. the Tombstone Handicap and dropped a total of eight tart gets yesterday. ^ ·.- v; : The 100-target handicap- event also presented problems for other sh'ooters. Although there were plenty of respectable 93 io 95 scores, none of the gunners posted perfect 100s. "The early squads started out in the 90s and it looked as if we'd get a lot of 100s," club spokesman Bill Jenney said. "We had.good weather and all of the; top shooters were entered, "' but nobody peaked out." The match was won by Gordon Taber of Haywood, Calif., with a 86 -- a score he shared with -Cletus Wagner of Defiance, Iowa. Taber won the shootoff 23-22 and Wagner was named runnerup. Yesterday's shooting also boosted Judy Matthews' chance for the five-day, trap- .shoot's honors for high, woman shooter. .Matthews of.Sedalia, Mo., and: Tucsonian Liz Holden have" been alternating wins since Tuesday. Matthews scored 93 yesterday. Bonillas eight-bird loss in the Tombstone Handicap may be a blessing in disguise for Texan Larry Gravestock, who had earlier been favored to take most of the $11,500 purse. Gravestock shot a 93 yesterday, which means he may still have an opportunity for high money for the shoot. .Gravestock won the Tucson trap- shoot in 1971 and'72. Britt Robinson, also a'Tex- an, won last week's Phoenix trapshoot, but hasn't been, able to put it.together in Tucson. His score yesterday was only 86. Other winners yesterday were: Tomsblone Handicap Champion Gordon Tabor, Hayward, Calif., 96. Clettus Wagner, Defiance, Iowa, 96. Tabor won the shootooff 23-22. . High Lady Judy Matthews, Sedalia, Mo., 93, Runnefus, Annabelle Rover, Sctiaef- ferstown. Pa., 92. Junior Rusty Jackson, Tucson','90. Chris Bovd, El Paso, Tex., 90. Jackson won the shoot- off 23-22. · · · · Senior Paul Nelson, Viola, ill., 93. A Glnochio, Walnut Creek, Calif., 93. Nelson won the shoototf 21-19. ' , ' , NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division' w I per Kb Boston 41 10 .804 -New York 43 14 .,54 1 Buffalo 17 36 .321 25 PhlladelDhia 4 52 .077 MVi Central Division Baltimore 34 18 .654 -Atlanta 30 24 .536 6 Houston 21 33 .389 IX . Cleveland 19 33 MS 15 Fouled out: Chlcaac, Sloan," Walker; Seattle, Mclnlo»h,Snyd*r; Total fouls: Chclago M, Seattle 29. . Tecnhical fouls: Chicago, Sloan; Seattle, Hay wood, Coach Buckwalter. A --1,111. Western Conference . Midwest Division Milwaukee 38 15 Chicago 31 21 K.C.-Omaha 26 31 Detroit 23 31 Pacific Division Los Angeles 42 11 Golden State 3.1 21 Phoenix ... 25 '28 Seattle 18 38 Portland . 13 , 40 .717 -.596 6'/i 1426 15'/z .792 -.611 91/a .472 1^ 1245 29 J Yejtedav's Gamei Atlanta 100, Boston 99 Milwaukee 114, BUrfalo 108 Detroit 114, Philadelphia 104- Baltimore 89, New York 77 Los Angeles 126, Houston 109 ssattle 118, Chicano 104 Only oames scheduled Tadav's Rimes Cleveland at New York boston at Philadelphia Buffalo at Alanta Houston at'Phoenix , . . Kansas City-Omaha at Portland Seattle at Golden State , Only games scheduled Tomorrow's GsmtJ Philadelphia at Boston, afternoon · . Los Angeles vs. Baltimore at College Park, Md., afternoon . , Na-/.York, at Cleveland- · Milwaukee at Chlcaao ' · ' · " . . ' . , ^. u -tfalo vs. Houston at San Antonio, Tex. .. Kansas City-Omaha at Chicago Only games scheduled: . V. ' ..-.ABA..'. EAST Carolina ..... Kentucky.... VlrBima ..... New York ... Memphis 41 17 .707 37 : 19 .661 M -iJ .-ir 18 38 .321 Indiana 31 25 . JS4 Ucnver..... 29 .28 .509 Dallas'..... 20 35 .364 ^anDlepo ,20 .38 .345 .'.''·'··· Yesterday's Gamei New York-106, Dallas 93 Carolina 113, Denver 10S Kentucky 118, San Diego 106 Memphis 114, Utah 100 Only flames scheduled Today's eamti Kentucky a t Indiana ; · · ' - . - ' Memphis vs. Virginia at Hampton Utah vs. Dallas at Denton Only games scheduled Tomorrow'! Gamtl San Dieao'at New York, afternoon Carolina at Kentucky:': : . · . .. Denver at Memphis " .. Utah at Indiana, afternoon ' Only games scheduled ·f 16 1/Va Pistons 114,76ers 104 Detroit Adams Bma Davli Ford Lanler ft. ;ir, · . Muelr wash : Norwd Rowe Thlgpn '4 0-1 ··'» 7-7 0 0-0 6 0 - 2 12^ 2-3 ' 5 1-2 . 0 0-0 1 0-0 5 0-0 :i n ToUll 51 11-17114 Totals 47 io-ii 104 T F o 0 tal*1o 0 ulI- N SEt e ro'it 14, Philadelphia 16 A - 2,750. Bucks 114, Braves 108 Milwaukee ·' : · Allen- 12 3-4 Cnahm o 04 Davis Dndrge Driscol Jabbar 'McGlk: Perry Rbrtsn ToMI* « H-24 114 Butfllo Garrctt Hilton Hmmr Hewitt Ktfmn Kmlvs ESml/h 11 3-3 RSmth 12 3-f Wohl 10 3-4 1 0-0 5 4 2 - 2 T«t»U 41 H-17 101 Mliw*uK't Butlalo .. « S4 B 3J-'.] 31 M K M - 'Fouled out r- None. . . ,,'.-..' Total fouls - Milwaukee 20, Bultalo 19. Technical fouls -- Buffalo, Coach Ramsay. A -10,121. , . Chic«g«' Awtry Heard Love portr Sloan VanLr Walkr Weiss Sonicsll8,BoHsl04 1 si; o o-o 5 o-o 10 9-10 6 6-6 f t 0 4 ·3 16 u TOtall 36 32-3S 104 Seittli Beard Brlskr. Brown Havwd MDnls Mcltsh Snydr Wlntld Wright Toiall 4J3J-*11I 2-3 t 6-7 10 7-8 0 Ml 2 1-1 5 3-3 3 0-2 0 04 f t Chicano JJ M » «-) Seattle M 32 32 M-11 Do You Remember? 5 YEARS AGO TUCSON, Feb. 3, 1968 Joel Favara was appointed head football coach at Sunnyside High. : 10 YEARS AGO TUCSON, Feb. 3, 1968 -Jim (Bad News) Barnes tossed in 22 points to lead Texas Western to a 65-50 basketball, victory over Arizona. 15 YEARS AGO ' TUCSON, Feb. 3, 1968 - Ed Nymeyer's two free throws with 20 seconds to go gave Arizona a 60-59 basketball victory over Texas Western. /"" CORRAL* MEN'S DRESS SHOES Yolues to $20.00 Not all sizes in every style Speedway Store Only Master Charge BankAmericord Credit Cards Welcome! Hawks 1M, Celtics 99 AtlinU Wshgtn Hudson Bellmy Glliam Mrvlch Trapo . Wetzel Bracey I I t 4 0 - 0 8 9, 7-10 25 4 4 - 4 12 6 4-4 16 14 9-16 37 .0 0-0 0 M 1 OKI Totals 3124-34 100 Boston Havlck Newlson Owens White Chaney Silas · .. Wlllms Kbrskl Sandrs FInkel . Wsphl 1 0-0 6 3-3 10 1-1 2 2-2 5 1-2 1 0-0 0 0-0 00-0 1 1-3 0 .0-0 Nevada Sally aims for another mark in Entries 7 Feb. 4 I'll, 111! 117 119 119 119 114 119 119 TotilJ 4J-1MJ. f» Atlanta ; .'; J7 J» V 13 --100 Boston « n M ai --.» Fouled out -- Chaney. · Totals fouls -- Atlanta 14, Boston 23 A-10,072. Bullets 89, Knicks 77 New York Baltimori Hayes Riordn Unsold Chnler Clark ..porter ; 4|Stlwth 6, Trsvnt 4 Lovt 1 I 4. 0 0 - 0 o o - o 0 0-0 0-0 Total! 34 .TOt*l*"M:1M7 New York ......... JJ » 1 4 . 1 4 -- 77 Baltimsre .......... 15'11.31 ,11 -- W Fouled out -- None. · · ' · ' . ' Total fouls -- New York 18, Baltimore Lakers 126, Rockets 109 Marln ' ' Tmlvch Moore Nwln Wlkr Meely Jhnsn MWImi Mrphy Total! 5 4 - 4 5 4 - 4 -8 2-5 10 10-10 .3 2-2 4 ,0-0 3 '04 3 1 - 3 2 0-0 14 14 J3 ;·] ',7 43 23-31 lOt Brdgs McMIn Chmoln West Gdrch Price ' Ercksn Counts . Rlley Grant Trner T«tal« ? 6 5 iii 0 0 3^ 2-2 t-11 8-9 4-5 ; l-2 2-2 04 0-0 2-3 '04 15 14 18 .24 11 2 1 0 41 30r» 12* Houiton ............ M It U 35--10* uosAnsetes ........ 31 M 41 if --m Fouled out -- Houston, Murphv; Los "geles, Goodrich elected. ' - otal fouls -- Houston 33, Los Angeles 24 Technical fouls -- Los Angeles, Goodrich. ' · . . . · ' . ' · By ED JORDAN . Cili'ztn Sportiwrittr Nevada Sally is scheduled for an encore tomorrow at Rillito Kacetrack. ; A 5-year-old bay mare, Nevada Sally went'the route in her last start-without difficulty, establishing Rillito's mile record in 1:3-5 against such allowance toughies as Raj Royal andRogiv. / ; . Nevada Sally, with Kenny Ledford aboard, faces a stand- Dobson, Kubiak sign A's pact OAKLAND (AP) ^ The World Champion Oakland Athletics have signed pitcher Chuck Dobson and ^infielder Ted Kubiak lor the 1973 season and-have added to their roster 36-year-old "catcher ^ : Jerry' McNertney, a free agent, the club announced yesterday. / , Dobson, 29, a six-year veteran, .pitched in. 1972 tor: Oakland's Birmingham farm club, : where', he appeared-in nine games :and had a record of 0-3: His lifetime . major league, record is 72-63,- including two years as a 15-game winner : and one season in which he won 16* out field in tomorrow's feature, v a Thoroughbred Allowance for 3-year-olds and upward at a mile. Eight will start. · , . . . Presenting the stiffest challenges may be Jaun Perhaps and A Breeze. Each won its last outing. " .1 Juan Perhaps closed quickly, covering the 1 1-16 distance , in 1:47 -- thfee-fifffis off the , listed track; record ^- in' winning her Rillito Debut. . A Breeze won her Rillito debut over six furlongs, in 1:13 35.-'; v ·/:/··. X.v" ,; ;. v \- : . '..; Racing continues tomorrow with first post at 1:15' p.m. Eleven races are scheduled. FIRST, tart* 1450, TB Clltt., S1,OW- SI,250, 3 YO t, UP, « fun. 1-Amanda Lou (No boy) 2-Ylsha bell (No boy) 3-Mlsty Deb (No boy) 4-Royal Trail (Sellwood) 5-Drakes Lad (Gamez) 6-Smith J (Belleville) 7-LastTumulto (Beatfboeuf) .... 8-Super HotShot (Pinman) 9-Qulcken Fly (Valenzuela) ... SECOND, Pune MM, QH Mdn., 4 YO up, 4M yds. 1-Petiso Jo Bux (Wise) 121 2-TrucklIn Rosle (Plttman) 121 3-Adnbe Bar (Brammeler) 121 4-LoomlnCrisis (Candelarla) ...... 121 5-Dlanette (Belleville) 121 6-Sonnet Reed (Harding) ....: 121 7-Oro Grande Bunnv (Gomez)...,.; 121 8-Mist Wild Wine (Prultt) 121 9-Dalntv Delia Bar (Flgueroa) .... 121 10-Jay Copper Tip (Gamez) : 121 - AE -- Truly unrulv 121, Maney's Deb 121, Miss Caliente 121, Vannl Gal 121.. . 'THIRD, Purs* 1450, QH Clm., $3,000,.) YO 8, UP, 400 ydl. 1-Mlss Reed Quest (Flgueroa) ..... 121 2-Klds Memory (Harding) 211 3-Billie Greentraw (Gamez) 118 ·4-Dandy Dingaling (Prultt) 121 5-Good String (Toussaln) 121 6-Harry Gunner (Coins) 121 7-Passum Rocket (No boy) J16 8-Teento Tonto (Guthrie) .'.. 121 9-That's Thirty (Plttman) ........ 121 10-My Rebel Devil (Gomez) 121 1,250, 4 YO up, 7 fun. 1-Bond Air. (Goluqs) .....:.: .117 11nsurance (Gomez) .a,;...-·; '110 . ;3-SpccO Prince { Fioueroa) .4-Skloper Georne (Candelaria) ____ 4-Lucky Fly (Beaubeouf) ____ . ..... · ;6-Kerr-Thumo (Lull) .............. 7-Dlet (No boy) ....... . ..... ...... P-Ssa Warrior (G'lthrle)-... ;·;·:. ..i-.. 9-RunnInq High (Byrne). ..... ...... 10-Harn Court (Pruitti ;........:...: FIFTH, Purse S 4 5 0 T N . Mdn., L'l. ft f'irS; · '. ' : . . ; 1-RlohtTrall (No boy) ..:...../... 5-MIS5 Katv Tryst (Belleville) ...... ' 3-Challenge (No.boy) ............ - ju(%ettv Uo Go Bun (Gamez) ____ .. 12 12 12 -120 . 115 '113 *110 ' 115 . -4YO 120 115 I?? 1'5 ____ .. S-Cordase Time (Golns) ..... ...... 120 6-MasterTMt (Wall)......;..' ..... . 120 7-Rlvet Lady (Beauboeuf) ......... . IIS fi-Pharalden (Sellwood) - ........... 1J2 9-Judlco'(Pittman) .........:...... 120 finishes 19th ; .Special .to'ltlii 'Citizen ; ,~ ;. 'KANSAS.CITY - Paul Coir well finished 19th yesterday In the King Louie Open Bowling Tournament. ; .The Tucsonian collected $625 ; as he bowedi: out iir the semifinals of the tournament He had a : total pinf all of 8,924 and it -took 9,304 to make the finals.'' ; · - · ' - ' . ' · ' '··'.: ·. '· ···'· ·"-·'· ' - ........ 10-PantherVallw (Gomez) f-Miss Bardl Bruce (Plttman) ..... 120 Z-Confederate Man (Wise) .......... 118 3-Priss Kitten (Gomez)..... 116 4-Nowata's Jay (No.boy)-;...:... 116 5-Penaltv Payment (Rgueroa) .... 122 6-Sullv Raider (No boy) ........... 122 7-Arizona Gold D''st (Toussaln)' .:. 117 8-Whii A Little (Guthrle) i 122 ·9-Dutch Bar Dandy (Gamez) :..i.; 122 lO-Flying Galaxy (Harding) .: '-. 122 A. E. '·-- Samantha Parr 113, Liz Chic 11 -'-"---- 1 ' ' - " ' -MO, TB Clm. 119 117 'US 119 117 ·112 SEVENTH, 11,000-11,250; « fun. l-Parls Host (Gomez) ... :2-. r iweet Erma (Coins) ... B-TexasTea (Flgueroa) . -'-Market Favor (No bov) 5-Toutln Roman (Prultt)' 6-Huntster (No boy)....:. 7-Fair Rlppey (Byrne) -n/ EIGHTH, Purse S500, TB-QH Alw., J YO up, «70 yds.: . . : . . ' . : · · 1-Sandv Ann (Beauboeuf) . . . . 1 2 2 2-Stay By Me:(Rsueroa) 122 3-Vlcap (Gamez)..'...........:..., 4MollyHoo.anJAvant).. ,,.. t-Moman (Candelarla) ........... 6-Cuetoelle (Gains) :... 7-Noland One (Brammtier) S-Prosperoui Land (No boy) .... y-Trl Lady (Belleville) NINTH, Purst tSOO, TB Clm., $2,000, 1 YO i up, S'/i fun. 1-lsle Drag (No boy) 2-lnas Lady (Gamez)--..;......... 3-Blna Bar (Wall) ·-.:· 4-Wahroonoah (Plttman) 5-Plccola Sorella (Sellwood) 6-RawCourage (Valenzuela) .... 7-Be Our GuMt (Candelaria) .... 8-Sunland Sam (Beauboeuf) n? TENTH, purit iiO«,.TB Alw., 4 YO «« 1-Ali Hemp (Golns). ............... '120 2-Scotch Order (Sellwood) -120 3-Sam DaConda (Guthrle) «11S 4-A Breeze (Wall)-..;;; 12o 5-Nevada Sally (Beaufcneuf) ....... 115 6-Travel Countess (Gamez) ....;.. us 7-That'sTh' Spirit (Lull) .......... 118 ·'.'1-Juan Perhaps (Finueroa) ... . 120 ELEVENTH, Purse, SMt, TB Clm" Jl,000-$l,250, 4 YO Up, mile. ' 1-Keep.Back (Golns) ; 122 ?-SIna (Belleville)...-. 104 3-Heliotlame (Gomez) liy 4-Rexampo (Prultt) 119 ,5-Llke Engraver (Gamez) 122 6-Tfl|i Trouble '(Candelaria) . 1^2 7-Dra»on Horse (No boy) 115 P-Toroflert (Ssllwood) 120 9-Kenyon's Kid (Beauboeuf) ......; 114 Gat matmen beat University of Arizona wrestlers swept nine of 10 matches in defeating Northern Arizona, 40-3, last night _at Bear- Down Gym. '. · · · · ·--.--· ; ;..." The Wildcats are-now. 5-iO in dual meet competition. ·' ; Dale. Brumit led the Wildcats with : a 26-4 victory ;at 118 pounds.: : , :; '.:.:.:· :v · Arizona 40, NAU 3 ; ,.-. at Bear Down Gym 110 -- Brumit, A, det;- Porch, 2W:' 1M - Schatfter, N, dec. Otto, 1H; ifr -Hanshaw, A, pinned McCauley, 7:27; 141 -- Martin, A, pinned Moore, 4:27; lit-Ball, A.dec. Hueopenthal,.N, 14-0;1SI -Koelsch, A; dec. Gibson, 19-3; U7 -- D. Buoauskl, A, dec. Grimes, 11-3; 177 -- B. Bugaaskl, A, dec. Galas, 12-3; in -- Prolos, A, pinned Balain, 3:00; H*y -Sye, A/dec. Combs, 5-1. 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