PAGE3T Eight Women Grab Spots In Citizen's Bowling'Top Ten' Tucson's men bowlers were forced to step aside this week as a group of women walked into prominence in the Tucson Daily Citizen's Top Ten of Â· Tucson bowling. Eight Tucson-area women, led by a pair of Class B bowlers, joined the exclusive Top Ten rankings, while just four men earned entry on the honor listings. Wilma Copeland and Peg Beaument rolled a 581 and 578 series, respectively, to qualify for the Class B Series rankings. John Fow, bowling in the D-M Defenders League, highlighted the men's Top Ten additions with a 654 series and a 278 game in the Class B division. Top Ten rankings are being maintained in six divisions each for men and women. Men's singles and series classifications are 175 average and above. Class A; 160-174, Class B; and 159 and below, Class C. In the women's ratings, Class A is 160 Jota Haiku, 1.11.tc,, i_iuoj.i- 72V n Joraau, Koctietoro ins /ou in Lmospy. ciiiztii Classic '/at JUiln mtliLiie, Uiiibn ClaSatC tlbi Uuwcy rono, Buuweiser Licssic .. .606 iLt Utr-UitO, cuClUi /YtdJOr /VllXGd Ooo Jim Wiins, Kochelora, Ins . . . 6sj uave oiancaidiia, i_mzeii Classic . ait rrdnK KUjUiu, rcocheiora ln. . . . . 66j Dave Biancaiana, Lmien classic .. .6/9 kichara inrun, iwo ouvs o. LMII .. .6?i Class B Game Ike KuropaiAin, i-uc^y uuveiino 280 Jonn i-ow, u-m ueitnaers ^ /0 iaiu Miauc, mcKy Ninas 2;/ Ka-aia Karr, Peiro.eum n/i, Uon ilemmer, i-ucny acralch a/ 3 an acoip, uuoweiser (.lassie . .. 2 / j Les Weher, Northwest business .. 2oa Jan bouivie, LUCKY iravenng . .. .2c; Edward Palika, c'opa Playboys . .. 267 dill J. MOM, .-loi ,nwesi Business .. 2o9 Class B Series Ronald Kan, relroieum 732 Gil (iarcia, Sira.o space 674 )Ke KuropatKiii, LUCKX iraveling ...600 lie KOH, iraveiitia C'bssic , ,66j li Summers, wen's fedcners . . . . DV tuner Kfies, LucKy traveling 654 John Fow, D-m oeienoers 024 bou Maiiara, t-irsi Njgniers 646 ohii Kussen, Moon Lighters 646 boyd Surler, Happy JQ Lucsy 646 Class C Game iill Howard, i uÂ«. higniori 259 : oresi mcHiKe, Cacius iwniaht .... ij4 Dave Modesiti, Desert ... . . . 244 Jack Warner, Hi-nu Tornadoes 2no Haroid Shay, Commercial 244 ay Uhi, Jack Jill 244 Vloses Meadmore .Pelro'eum ........ 244 Bob Felteny, Tuesday Nishters . . ' 2 3 9 Curtis Brooks, Lucky Strikers 235 Harold Harfman, Masonic 23i Class C Series Yanks Open Spring Slate With Nats By Associated Press The major; league exhibition baseball season opens today with the New York Yankees opposing the Washington Senators at Pompano Beach, Fla. Five more games are listed for Friday with the remainder of the 20 big league clubs swinging into action on Saturday. The regular season opens April 8 in both the National and American Leagues. Mel Stottlemyre of the Yankees and Bill Denehy of the Sen a tors were named as the starting pitchers for the opening game of the exhibition season. Stottlemyre had a 15-15 record last year while Denehy was 1-7 with the New York Mets and 3-3 with Jacksonville in 1967. Slugger Mickey Mantle also 5s expected to be in the Yankee lineup, but like most of the other starters probably will play only a few innings. Starting pitchers for some of the five games Friday also were named. Ferguson Jenkins will start for the Chicago Cubs against Ray Sadekki of the Giants in the Chicago-San Francisco game at Scottsdale, Ariz. and over, Class B is 145-59 and Class C is 144 and below. Here are the city's current Top Ten leaders: MEN Class A Game Bowler, Leasue William Perham, Rochetord, Ins John Johi.sa-,, Happy Go Lucky Doc Lapp, Norinwest Business Vlnce Oir-usco. Cactus Maior Mixed i'om Milchel*. Men's rrlo Jessje Smith, Two Guvs Doll '. Mario Barona, Two Guys Doll Bob McMlllin, Norlhwest Business Chick Kratz, Happy Go Lucky John Menrhe, Ciliien Classic . .. Mike Llnehan. Rocheford Ins Class A Series score 2B3 279 279 579 279 ' 278 276 275 266 268 268 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N "This'll teach you to constantly scoff at Ross Smitherman's weather predictions." Shoewmaxer, Petroleum .. 610 Bob Dietrich, mesday Nighlers . . . 592 Joe Gerstel, MoonLlghters 587 Bob Jeunesse, Merne Mixeri 584 Tom Roberts, Mixed Commercial ....58:) Wayne Reitz, Commercial 581 Louis Bauer, Open 12 581 Roy Franco, Real Estate Mixed .. 577 Joe Cottrell, petroleum 575 Earl Spaeth, Tuesday Nlshters .... 573 Larry Hetrick. Lampfluhter 570 WOMEN Class A Game Bowler, League Score Virginia London, D-M Doubles .... 677 Carol Gruhen, Keglers Ladies 267 Mari'yn Larsen, Citizen Classic '.'266 Grace Kiefer. Lucky Trio 26J Ann Feigel, Cacius Msior Mixed 259 3ev Summey, Citizen Classic 258 Helen Throp, Ladles Maior 255 Jerl Llnehan, Cactus Maior Mtxed . 2 5 5 Jane Clements, Two Guys Doll ... 254 Shirley Kelley Two Guys Doll 2J3 Class A Series Ann Flenel, Citizen Classic 6W Virginia London, D-M Doubles ar.'.. 677 PhyUs Braasch, Citizen Classic ... .667 Dorlene Barona, Two Guys Dol! . 660 Money Rowan, Cactus Malar Mixed 648 Mary Linger. Citizen Classic . . .646 ShfrelyKefey, Two Guvs Doll . 642 Jarl Unepan, Cactus Maior'Mixed ,635 Essls Malone. Copa Queens 431 Rave Rounds. Ladles Maior 630 Class B Game Elaine King, Miracle Malors 267 Ida Sims, PIma Plumbing ,25X Rose Goss, Cactus Newcomers .... 248 Lena Schlele, Cactus Blooms 243 Lois Horton, Coffse Breakers 243 Mnrnl MacFarland, Rockettes 243 Nan Morev, Lucky Ousens 241 JoAnn Vltton, Free loaders ... 235 Kathryn fremody, D-M Wives Club ..533 Lou Carters, Desert Trio 233 Class B Series Elaine Kino, Miracle Malors 444 Alice Bales, Kesleps Ladles 633 Ida Sims, PIma Plumbing 603 Marni MacFarland, Rockettes 601 Edwlna MI'ler, Coffee Breakers 594 Pat Woolen, DM Doubles 593 Ross Goss. Cactus Ten Pins 5B6 Peg Beaumont, Happy Go Lucky ....578 Wllma Coplen, Desert Trio 5f)l Mary Ann Lano, Open 12 578 Dean Brant, Cotfee Breaker 578 Class C Game Lu Smiley, D-M Wives Club 356 Kay Engels, Lucky Queens 246 Lu Wsnda Brothers, Mix S. Match .. 245 Mabel Cottrell Hl-Ho, Tornadoes .. 243 Martha Hoffman, Cinderella ' . . . . . . 241 Alice Lamb, Cactus Roadrunners 239 Mary Brown, Tues. Morning 23a Vol Folklns, Coffee Breakers 235 Betty Warren, Fairways 234 Judith Hoffman, D-M Pin-Rollers .. 224 Class C Series Marine Frankenberser, DM Doubles .608 Drusllla Carr, DM Doubles . . . 593 Sue BOS, Lamplighters '".555 Martha Hoffman, Cinderella 554 lona stpe, Sunsetters 541 Fave Mills, Merrle Mixers .'.'.' 540 Melba Goffrler, Morning Glory's 539 Wrima Monier, Desert Trio . . . . .539 Laurie Johnson, D-M Pin-Rollers .. 539 Ella McDamel, Tucson Trio . . 538 (Anyone with a score that Is ellgibfe to make a Top Ten should request his or her league secretary to mall It to the Tucson pally citizen, Sports Department, 501 N. Stone Ave.) Olympic Trials Start June 29 LOS ANGELES (AP) - The final Olympic Trials for American track and field athletes will be held at Memorial Coliseum June 29 arid 30. The Coliseum Commission, at its monthly meeting Wednesday accepted the dates which earlier had been announced tentatively. Other dates approved at the meeting included a March 27 Sports spectacular for the Sports arena to raise money for the Olympic fund, and a May 11 date for the coliseum for the University of Southern California spring football game. SEE US FOR THAT HARD-TO-FINDITEM Socks CnnvosCols Sleeping Bags Garden Tools llonkels Cos Cans Water Cons Monies Healers' Western Shirts Dress Shirts Work Shirts levi's jeans ^Ir Mattresses Coveralls lack Packs Shoulder lags Pouches Camping Goods TUCSON ARMY SURPLUS 1317 SO. (TH-f 23-1122 WHEEL BALANCE Expert diuslment of (osier, cam- let and loe-icT, Avoid Unnatural 7 95 Tons FJUIO Â· 11 So. Sixth Â· 2840 N. Campbell Â· 3900 So. Sixth Â· 1300 W. Prince Rd. An old Canadian rite breaks the ice in the DM Meet Hiram Walker's Special Canadian. Distinctive. Perfectly balanced for modern tastes. And attractively priced to sell side by side with domestic whiskies. Move up to this great Canadian favourite of Hiram Walker quality. Bnjak the ice! imported at a welcome price 5525 $333 4/5 Qt. Â·*,,._, BIT AND BOTTLED IN THE U.S. FOR HIRAM WALKER IMPORTERS INC., PEORIA, ILL SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF^. 80 PROOF . CDO Expects Successes In Spring Sports Last of a series on Tucson high school track and baseball teams. By JOHN ALEXANDER Canyon del Oro Correspondent Canyon del Oro High is looking forward to bonanza seasons in baseball and track, The Dorados have experience and depth returning in all positions in baseball and track. Coach Dean Metz' baseballers are headed by the three-deep pitching staff of senior right- landers Ronnie Good, Mike Bobbins and Jim Thorell, who also plays first base when he's not hurling. Other baseball returnees are outfielders Bill Leyva (second base), captain Dave Hayden (third base) and Dick Brown (shortstop). "On paper we look pretty tough," says Metz. "But we really don't know until we play a game. I do expect to be one of the contenders in 4A -- after all, this is the fifth straight year these kids have played together and they're all seniors." Pat Abeln is the top returnee on coach Art Mangels track team. Abeln established a Class A state meet 440 record with a sizzling 49.5 last year. He also runs the 220 in 22.0 and 100 in 10.3. Track Schedule M c h Â»-At San Manuel (Relays). ia-At Flowirw Wells. March Coolldge Relays). March . March 23-At San Manuel (In- March 27-At Amphl. March ?R (l Pl" 1s J Ional) - April 3-At 10--At Flowing Wells. April n~T .t AI Â°-,, A ? rll ,, J Â°- At Flowing Wells (Invitational). April Â«--San Manuel. Baseball Schedule March 8-WU Globe. March 9--At Casa Grande. March 16-- SIsbee. March 19--No- 9?'es. March 23_Saiford ( 2 ) . March ?*~m t i Buen ?,V , March 30-Willcox. April 2--P lowlno Wells. April 5--Eloy. April 9-A Negates. April 14-Casa Grande. A P r ! "--At Btsbee. April 70-At willeox. April 23--At Flowing Wells. April 27--At Eloy. 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