Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 16, 1967 · Page 19
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Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, May 16, 1967
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PAGE 20 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1967 Ed Jordan CITIZEN SPORTS WRITER : Spring Finales Return ' T h e Tucson Chamber of Commerce's slogan of "Try Tucson First" certainly is in order this weekend. * Action will be provided by some 500 high school athletes from the Class AA and C Conferences, who will compete in a three-day session to determine the 1967 spring champions in baseball, golf, gymnastics, swimming and track. ' (Spring championships now alterate between the Phoenix and Tucson areas. Last year the AA -- C portion was in Phoenix and the A -- B contests here; this year it's visa versa) ' Although the glamor of being able to watch four separate track and field meets at once in the University week program oE the past is gone, the AA track and field meet is still the highlight of the spring. This year's star-studded lineup will, include four nationally ranked Arizonans at Catalina High School Saturday evening. Heading the show will be Joe Mackey, a junior high jumper from Coronado who also gained all-state honors in basketball, as a 26.6 scoring center. He high jumped 6-9% in last month's Valley Classic to become Arizona's all-time champion and register the season's best performance nationally, according to Track and Field News, ; Other nationally ranked tracksters who qualified for berths in; Saturday's championships are: Larry Reed of Yuma -- second in the long jump (24-8^); Lorenzo Allen of Casa Grande -J sixth in the high jump (WVO and Tim Boubelik of Westwood -- eighth in the discus (181-7%). ' Future UA Cagers Honored ..' 'Three future University of Arizona basketball players were selected to the 1967 Coach and Athlete Magazine's 1967 Prep All-America Basketball Team. ! William Warner, Phoenix Union's tallest regular at 6-2, landed a top 100 berth, while Rincon's 6-5 Dave .Dosh and Pueblo's 6-10 Eddie Myers landed honorable-mention honors. All three have signed UA letters-of-intent to enroll next September. · The other Arizonan to make the nation's first 100 was Agua Fria's dandy 6-8 Mike Bowling. . · ; . _ · - ; THS Griders Pick Non-State Schools !· If Bill Dawson of Tucson High signs a letter-of-intent to Michigan State, he'll become the third member of the 1966 Class AA. state championship football team to accept an out-of- state scholarship. ! Leon Bryant, a 238-pound all-city and all-state guard, has already signed an individual letter with Oregon State University, as has all-city halfback Greg Leavitt with the University of Pennsylvania. (The National letter-of-intent does not go into effect until tomorrow). r Dawson is expected to sign his M-State letter within 48 hours. Spartan line coach Gordie Serr and head coach Duffy Daugherty are expected to arrive in the Old Pueblo by Thursday. .: Sladek Sticks With Track 'V ··*' It's no wonder Frank Sladek chose to continue as Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind's head track coach. v His Sentinel tracksters won last weekend's C South qualifying meet at Eastern Arizona Junior College (Thatcher) and are expected to challenge McNary for team honors in Satur- d^y's state meet at Catalina. .;' Sladek, a former commerical fisherman, came to ASDB 16 years ago as head basketball' and track coach. He became football coach when the school started six-man football in 1959, posting a 16 -- 34 record, including a league title tie with Pima in 1960. ! Ed-Itorials - Tucson High pitcher Wayne McLean ended his jayvee baseball season in fine style, striking out 14 and walking three in; his 1-0, no-hit victory over Catalina last week . . . . The diird annual National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHS-ACA) convention and clinic will be held in the Old Pueblo next spring Outfielder Marty Scala of Catalina might have to make a big decision Saturday night provided the Trojan baseballers advance to the Class AA finals. He also qualified for Saturday night's Class AA state track and field meet in the high j u m p . . . Gary James of Rincon will also have a busy weekend when he competes in the state gymnastics meet on Friday and Saturday nights and the state swimming meet Saturday. He won the 4AA trampoline and diving championships. SPORTS RESULTS _ _ P Regan's Loss First In 71 Games LOS ANGELES (AP)-It wasn't exactly a premonition of disaster, but Phil Regan sat in ihe Los Angeles bullpen early Monday night 'and admitted that it had taken some luck for him to pitch in 71 Dodger games consecutively _ without a defeat. Less than an hour later, Regan's streak was at an end. The pity was the way it happened. Houston defeted he Dodgers, 5-3, after Joe Morgan opened the tenth inning with a bad-hop single, · a, routine grounder that kangerooed over the .head of second baseman Ron Hunt. ' Two outs later, wjth runners at first and second, Bob Aspromonte hit a shallow liner to right field. Ron Fairly tried to make a diving catch of the ball and it rolled to the fence for a two-run triple. So Regan came to the end of a 15-game winning streak, suffering his first loss since Friday May 13, 1966. That's when he was beaten at Pittsburgh, 2-1, on a homer by Willie Stargell. "Well, the pressure/ is off now," said the veteran right- hander. "It had been building all spring, and I thought about the streak every time I came into a game. "I just hope the next loss is another, before his.perfect 1967 record was spoiled. The loss of the series opener left the ninth place Dodgers only two games ahead of the last- place Astros. Los Angeles rallied for two runs in the eighth inning to tie the score 3:3. A walk to Dick Schofield and as long in coming «s this one j a single by Hunt strted the has been.' Regan had relieved in 13 games, winning two and saving Who Needs A Golf Cart? Ed Bowers of Portland putts while standing on the side of a hovering helicopter containing his caddy, Wes Lematta. Bowers doesn't play golf this way all the time -- just when a Portland helicopter club practices. (AP Wirephoto) AA-C Athletes To Invade Tucson For Championships SPORTS CALENDAR TONIGHT Radio-TV 6:40--Baseball. 'x Angels-A's, KCUB. : 8:40--Baseball. Giants-Cubs, KOLD. 8:55--Baseball. Dodgers-Astros, KTUC. TOMORROW Radio-TV 1:40 P.M.--Baseball. Giants-Cubs, KOLD. 6:40 P.M. -- Baseball. Angels-A's, KCUB. 8:55 P.M.--Baseball. Dodgers-Astros, KTUC. Carl Brunenkant To Coach South Carl Brunenkant of Sunnyside and Gene Shipley of Union have been named head coaches for the first North-South All- S t a r cross-country r u n a t Northern Arizona University. Brunenkant will coach the South. The cross-country run will be held during halftime of the Ariz o n a C o a c h e s . A s s o c i a t i o n (ACA) all-star football games on Aug. 18. High school athletes from the Class AA and C Conferences will begin arriving Thursday in the Old Pueblo for their championships in spring sports. Kicking off the second annual Arizona Interscholastics Association (ALA) championships will be nine holes of the 27-hole AA golf tournament at Randolph North Course Thursday with Arcadia bidding for its fourth title in five years. Two AA semi-final baseball games are scheduled Friday along with the final 18 holes of the golf tournament and preliminaries in AA gymnastics. Friday's opening AA. baseball tournament will be unbeaten Central against Westwood and Catalina against Brophy at 3:30 p.m. and 8 o'clock, respectively. Both games are scheduled at Tucson High's Campbell Ave. Field. The championships conclude Saturday with preliminaries and finals in swimming, AA and C state championship baseball games, AA gymnastics finals and a four-hour AA and C. track and field meet. While Class" AA and C athletes compete in the Tucson area, the other half of the championships will be in the Phoenix area for Class A and B athletes. Here's the lineup for this week's Class AA and Class C Conferences state spring championships in Tucson: THURSDAY at Randolph PirK (f Noofl-Golf holts). FRIDAY 8:30 a.m.--Golf at Randolph Park (13 holes). 3:30 p.m.--AA baseball at Campbell Ave. Field, 'Central vs. Westwood (semifinal). 4 : 1 0 p.m.--Gymnastics at Rincon (qualifying In all events, championship in all-around). 8 p.m.--AA. baseball at Campbell Ave. Field, Catalina vs. Broohy (semi-final). SATURDAY 10 a.m.--Swlmmlns at Pueblo {preliminaries}. Noon--Diving finals at Pueblo. 2 p.m.--SwimmlnB at Pueblo (finals). 3:30 p.m.--C itete baseball championship game, Campbell Ave, Field. 6 p.m.--AA and C field events, Cata Una. 7 p.m.--Gymnastics finals, Rincon. 8 p.m.--AA and C running events, Catalina; 8 p.m.--AA state baseball championship game, Campbell Ave. Field. 1966 State Champions BASEBALL: AA-Coronafo. A--Blsbe«. B--Gilbert. C--St. David. GOLF: Arcadia. GYMNASTICS: Catalina. SWIMMING: CamelbacK. TRACK: AA--Casa Grande. A--Globe. B--Benson. C--Pima. ' RIFLERY:.West. rally. An error let in one run and another scored on an infield out. But Carroll Sembera (1-3) choked off the rally and went on to gain the victory. Morgan had three singles and a triple for .the Astros and scored three of their runs. He was aboard with a first-innfng single when .Jim Wynn hit a wmer, his fourth of the season. Morgan helped the Astros take a 3-1 lead when he tripled in the sixth inning and scored on a wo-out single by Rusty Staub. The Astros scored three runs n the first seven innings against starter Jim Brewer. The Dodgers will pitch Claude Osteen (42) against Chris Zachary (0-3) in the middle game of the series tonight. Fishermen Set To Meet Tonight The Southern Arizona Fishermen's Association will. meet tonight at the Moose Lodge. 4639 E. 1st St., at 8 o'clock. Discussions will be held on the proposed fishing Big Ten and on the city's fish raising program from sewerage affluent. The public is invited. $250.00 to $250,000.00 IMMEDIATE CASH FOR YOUR MERCHANDISE EQUIPMENT MACHINERY CALL ill-tnt THE ARIZONA LIQUIDATORS Bonanza Air Lines to SALT LAKE CITY from Phoenix Rtstrvttloni: 624-7427 ALIGNMENT RECREATION ROUNDUP SOFTBALL SANTA RITA TELSTARS 200 00--2 4 3 JACK ELLIS 110 11--4 8 2 Cost"llo (L, 1-2) and Pasquerla, Topla. Lugo, Leon (I 1 (W) and Gamaz. 001 000--1 3 2 201 02X--5 6 0 Lulan. Polston n ACKEM-INN ARIZONA BOOK STORE Ramez (L, 0-1) am (W, 2-1) and Hillsman. 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MORFONTA1NE, France -- Alexis Gc- dlllot defeated defending champion Gae)an Morgue d'A'gue, 3 and 2 In the final round, and won the French International Amateur Golf Tournament. ^ Tennis BERLIN, Germany - Roy Emerson of Australia won the men's singles title of the^Wesf Berlin Pentecost Tennis Tournament when Manuel Santana of Spain forfeited their match In the fourth set. ROME, Italy -- Maria Bueno of Brazil advanced to the women's singles final of the · Italian International Tennis Tournament by defeating Lei Perlcoll of Italy, Bowlini ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Jerl Wlllard of Toledo, Ohio, shot a 15tS total and took sixth place unofficially In the Division II ill-events category at the women's international Bowling Congress Tournament. Hors« Raclm NEW YORK -- Js To Market, J5.« won the Fashion Stakes at Aqueduct by ."H^.- !*,»».* «"»r ^*y "a».M. BALTIMORE -- Benny Johnny, S27.M, passed the favored Gala Performance In the .final furlong end '·von the Jennings HarvJIcap at Pimllco. BOSTON -- HI Luke, f$.60, took the lead at the top of the stretch and survived a four cla m to win the Low Purse at Suffolk Downs. CHICAGO -- Hansom Harve, $17.80, led · II the way tut lust hung on and beet Anette's Ark by a neck In the Clang Handicap at Arlington. LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Tartan Man, 14.20, and Hempeter, 53.80, staged a thrilling stretch duel and finished In * dead heat for first In the Proud Clarion Purse at Churchill Downs. ALBANY, Calif. _ Watch TVa length _. Portola Stakes at Golden scored . an. easy_7Va ten' Fall Girl In tl Gate Fields. Fob, S2.BO, victory ov PHILADELPHIA 0 !! N GYBS; 140,"Phjiadelph"la',"outpofrifed' Ted WrlVhtl UP, Detroit, 10. BOSTON -- Marlon Conner, lHyj, out- pointed Levan Roundtree, 178, New York, SAN FRANCISCO -- Jimmy Lester, 155'A, San Francisco, knocked out Mel Ferguson, 151, Los Angeles, 2. LAS VEGAS. Nev. -- Billy Daniels, 191, Brooklyn, N.Y., knocked out Floyd Joyner, 212, Las Vegas, 1. 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HANDBALL Top-seeded Howard Feldman and Carl Porter last night advanced undefeated to flie finals of the Southern Arizona Ope;: Doubles Handball Tournament at the Central YMCA. Four teams remain in the double-elimination event and have all qualified for the state tournament here June 3-4: WINNERS' BRACKET Feldman-Porter d*f. Zamorano-Kay, 21-4, 14-21, 21-9. LOSERS' BRACKET Ets Hokin-Edwards def. Burns-Williams, 21-19, 21-15. Raetzman-Lynch def. Neal-Arlda, 21-13, Tucsonian Falls In Table Tennis Mark Adelman, a Tucson High graduate, defeated Bernie BllkJft, fh? (?pf«nHin£ national champion, in the third round of the U. S. Taile Tennis Championships at Balboa Park in San Diego Saturday. Adelman downed, the Chicagoan, 21-16, 21-19 and 24-22, before being eliminated in the fourth round by' Billy Bergstrand, the Swedish champion. BASEBALL Jameson Sporting Goods wil play host to Nogales of the Sonora Mexico League tonight in an exhibition baseball game a Hi Corbett Field. 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