Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 11, 1976 · Page 48
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'PAGE 50 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Bill Quimby CITIZEN OUTDOOR EDITOR Coif Notes Trip ended OK A Tucson fisherman's annual Mexican fishing vacation started out as a harrowing experience last month and ended as one of the best fishing trips of his life, he claims. Frank Gaynor, retired architectural photographer and rather of the Tucson Daily Citizen's photo assignments editor Gary Gaynor, tells about it this way: "On my third day out at Lake Obregon, after just so-so fishing, I learned that you had to travel about 22 miles uplake to the inlet to find the best bass fishing spots," he said "Everything I was told was true. Fishing alone there in my 12-foot aluminum boat, I caught plenty of fish, including lots of five- pounders, and kept only those over four pounds. "On the way back, the wind came up and made the lake like an ocean. It was a good thing I was atone because if anyone else had been in the boat, we would have been swamped Those high-rolling waves were hitting two and three at a time. "My little boat was severely'pounded. The seams started to split and water was pouring in through the rivet holes while 1 was m mid-lake. It took 15 minutes for my 9V, horsepower outboard to make shore. [ had only two hours until dark and 1 hit shore about 18 to 19 miles from camp," Gaynor said. On shore, Gaynor dumped the water out of what was left of the little boat, then waited for the wind to die. He limped back to camp after dark by sopping up incoming water with a laree sponge. 6 "I would have been out of the fishing business entirely if ! hadn't hooked up with two of the finest people I've ever met " he said. His new-found friends were Jerry Crider, former Tucson- area baseball player who now runs a bass-fishing service at Lake Obregon, and George Burnett, also a baseball player now pitching for the Hermosillo team. Friends provided boat "Without a boat, I would have had to leave for home " Gaynor said. "But Burnett needed a fishing partner and I was chosen. Those two guys provided everything for the next 10 days and I couldn't pay for a thing." "We fished from one of Crider's new bass boats and had fishing like you couldn't believe. I don't think we caught anything less than four to five pounds each. We even found a place where we caught 43 big bass from one spot. "It was the most fantastic fishing I've seen in a long time," Gaynor said. "It was exactly like it used to be at Lake Hildalgo before commercial fishing hit there. "We caught fish without even trying and bsfore I left, the fish had moved into the main lake and we were even catchine them near Crider's Marina." Gaynor said the best lures at Lake Obregon were Bomber- type deep-running pi-- artificial worms and Spot-type crank baits. Lake Obregon is approximately 10 hours south of Tucson near Ciudad Obregon, about 100 miles south of Guaymas It is a large impoundment created by the Mexican government's damming of the Yacqui River for agricultural purposes. It is closed to fishing during April, the largemouth bass spawning season. Drawings nearly filled Only 812 spring turkey and javelina hunting permits are unfilled after a computer-held drawing. The 453 javelina permits remaining are all for Indian Reservations (charging $25 to $30 in additional fees) or for an archery-only area south of Kingman. The remaining permits and open areas are as follows: --Javelina permits -- Hunt 509, 75 permits; hunt 510, 63 permits; hunt 512, 126 permits: hunt 513, 122 permits- hunt 532 67 permits. --Spring turkey permits -- Hunt 402, 66 permits; hunt 404 48 permits; hunt 411,176 permits; hunt 420, 69 permits. The remaining permits will be issued on a first-come, first- served basis by mail only. The mailing of permit applications must be timed so that applications will reach the Phoenix office of the Arizona Game and Fish Department after 8 a m on Monday, Feb. 16. Reservation fees should not be included in the permit aDoli- cations. ^ Oro Valley Fran Baker captured Oro Valley women's low-gross honors yesterday with an 86, one stroke ahead of Lois Pacheco. Low-net winner Flo EdeJs- tein shot a 72, followed by Betty Kolt, 73. Among the Niners, Shirley Kapellusch was the low-gross victory with a 51. Evan Hanes was runnerup with a 59. El Rio Leah Powers won yesterday's women's low-gross play in A Flight with an 82. Pat Beck won low net competition with a 66! B Flight's low gross winner, Mary Wickham, shot a 94, while Bernice Hinton, the low net champ, had a 69. C Flight's Jerry Nelson won low gross play with 103. Low net-victors Pat Duncan and Mary Bradford carded 78s. Randolph Carolyn Guhl had a 40 to win A Flight in the Santa Rita Women's Golf Association string tournament. Second place went to Shirley Whitlock with a 41. In B Flight, Mary Haggerty won with a 47 and Rose DiMi- chale was second with 49. Golf tourneys listed Tucson-area golfers can clip this handy listing of Southern Arizona tournaments for the upcoming year. Also included in the list provided by the Arizona Golf Association are important statewide amateur events: March 10-15 -- Tucson Country Club Invitational. Tucson CC March 15-17 -- «er Goll Rush Davs, April "1J-18 -- Sun 'N' Fun, Tucson National Golf Club. May 10-11. 17-18 -- Tucson Daily Citizen Cup Matches, Tucson area courses May 17-18 -- Sunset Valley Inyllalion- 31, Sunset Valley CC, Benson. May 31- June I -- Blue Chic Classic, Tucson area courses. June t-MS -- Member-Guest Tourney. June I4-M -- USGA Public Links Qualifying. Paoago Golt Course, Phoenix. June 18-21 -- Soulhweslern Amateur, Phoenix CC. July 19-20 -- AGA Southern Arizona Best-Ball, Tucson National Golf Course and Oro valley CC. Aug. 12 -- USGA Amateur Qualifying, co " anci "· Auo. 16-17 -- Tucson Cllv Amateur Championship, El Rio Golt Club and Randolph Goll Course. Aug. 31-Sept. 1. -- Two-Man Best-Ball Invitational, Bispce CC, Naco. Oct. 11-19 -- nth Annual Seniors Invi- latiofial. Tucson National Golf Course Nov. 3-7 -- Annual Pro-Am Invitational, Tucson National Goll Course Nov. 6-9 -- Two-Man Best Ball Invitational. Sunsel Valley CC, Benson. Nov. 22-ZJ -- AGA Stroke Play Championship. Francisco Grande Goll course, Casa Grande. Buchanan gets Saints' post NEW ORLEANS (AP) _ Coach Hank Stram announced Tuesday that the New Orleans Saints have hired Buck Buchanan as defensive line coach and Whitey Campbell as special teams coach. Olympic results Luge K, M S"' S . t ou ' ll «-*e'er -- 1. Hans Rinn- Norberl Hahn, East Germany, 1-25 tftl minutes. 1 Hans Branflner-eallhasar Schwarm. west Germany. 1-25889 3 RcKkXI Schmld-Frani Schachncr.Aus: trla, 1:25.919. 4, stelan Hwlzlwlmmer- F^SL', Groesswano, Wesl Germany. 1JB.ZJS. 5,' Manfred Schmid.Relnholtl SuUbacner, Austria, 1:».J24. 6. Jindrich Zeman-Vladimlr Resl, Czechoslovakia 1:26.824. 7, Karl Fekhler-Ernst Haspino- er. llalv. 1:77.171. 8, Dainls Brem;e-Ai- oars Krikls. Soviel Union, 1:27407 9 Roland UpatnirVs-Valdis KtWis Soviet Union, 1:27.557. 10, Andrzei Zyla-Jan Kaslelski, Poland, 1:27.737 Also: 23. RoCcrt Berkley-Richard Cayanaugh, Denver, 1:32009 Jj, James Moriarrv, St. Paul, Minn -John Fee Lake PJacid, N.y . l'32oj0 Soviet Union East Germany West Germany Uniled Stales Finland Switzerland Austria Canada Norway l l a l v Sweden Medal Standings Alpine Skiing M*n s giant slalom -- 1, Heini Hemmi, Switzerland, 3:34.97 minutes 2, E r n s t Good. Switierland. 3:27.17. 3, inoemar Stenmark. Sweden, 3:27 Jl J. Gustavo Thoeni, llaly. 5:2/67. 5. Phil ManVe, White Pass, Wash.. 3:28 20 6, Enoelhard Paroaet;!, Switicr'ana. 3:38.76 !. Faus!? ?"}"· "·"'· 3:30.0?. S, Franco Uicler, "a ,v. 3:30.24. 9, Greo Jones. Tance Cllv Calif., 3:3i.77. 10, Albert Burner West Germany, 3:32.68. Also: 13. Steven Mahre, White Pass ' Figure Skating Women's compulsorlK _ i, Isabel de Navarre, v/csl Germany, 170 ordinals VM points. 2, Oaralhy Hamill Riverside, Conn., 18.5. 46 24 3 Dianne t\* LCCJW. TIM Netherlands, 24.5, J5 w 4 Anelt Poetiscli, Eail Germany, 35 si 44.48, 5, cnristine Erram. East Germ'a ny, 39.5, 44. 6. 6, Wendy Buroe. Garden P rovc 'u, Cs . ll t' M '°- · t: "- '· DaomVr Lurz. West Germany. 71.5. 40.24 8, Susanna Dnano, Italy, 72.0, 4034. v, Una* Fratianne, Norlhridge. Calif,, 780, 4000 10. Lynn Nlghtlnoale. Canada, 83 0 3v 8J Nordic Skiing Women's 10 kilometer -- l, Raisa Smetanlna, Soviel Union, 30 minules 13.41 seconds. 2. Helena Takafo. Finland 30:14.28. 3, Galina Kulakova, Soviet Union, 30:3861 4. Nina Baldchcva. Soviet Union, 30-52.SS 5, Eva olssoo, Sweden, 31:08.73. 6, Zlnalda Amosova. Soviel Union, 31:11.23. 7, Barbara Pel/old. East Germany, 31:12.70, 8. Veroniks Schmidl, 6as( Germany, 31:1733 9, Hiikka Kunto la, Finland, 31:29,39. 10, Lena C*rl;on, Sweden. 31:33.9« Men's Speed Skating SWmelers-- I, Evgenl Kulikov, Soviel Union, 39.17 second's. 1, Valerly Mura lov, Soviet Union. 39.25. 3, Dan Immer/all, Madison, WIs- 3v.S4^ 4, Mats Wal- Ibtro. Sweden, 39.4s. 5. Pefer Mueller, MCOWJO, WIs., 29.57. d, tie Arnulf Suncte Norway, and Jan Bazcn, The Netherlands, 39.78. 8, Andrcv Malikov, Soviet Union, 39 85. 9, Oloph Granath, Sweden, 39.93. 1C, James Chao/n. Sr. Louis, 40.09. Group A Hockey United Slain i, Finland 4 Sovltt Union 7, Wesl Germany 1 OechoslovakJa 7, Poland 1 ^VALENTINE y- A t San Diego Barber has shot at $1 million WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1976 SAN DIEGO (AP) -- Pro golf could produce its 10th millionaire this week in the $180,000 Andy Williams-San Diego Open. Johnny Miller, who isn't competing here, became the ninth man to go beyond the $1 million mark in career earnings with his victory in last week's Bob Hope Desert Classic. And now Miller Barber, a 44-year-old veteran in his 18th season on the tour, is ready to join one of the game's most exclusive clubs. Barber, the quiet, low-key, unobtrusive golfer called "Mr. X" by his fellow tourists, has career earnings of $996,501 going into this 72-hole chase for a $36,000 first prize which starts tomorrow. Barber is $3,499 short and could finish as low as 12th here and reach the plateau achieved only by Miller, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Billy Casper, Bruce Crampton, Gary Player, Lee Trevino, Gene Littler and Tom Weiskopf. "That's pretty good company," Barber said. "Naturally, it's something I'd like to do. "But I can't say it was a big goal when I started out here. Purses weren't all t h a t big then. Nobody had even come close to $1 million. It just wasn't something you thought about." Even if he doesn't make it here -- and his chances in a relatively thin field would appear to be very good -- it's only a matter of time until the balding, paunchy veteran reaches the magic figure. At least four other players also have a chance to join the club before the year is over -but none can make it this week. Julius Boros, the semi-retired "Old Man River" of the tour, is only $6,244 short of the figure with career winnings of $993,756. But he isn't playing here. The other three -- Frank Beard, Dave Hill and Bobby Nichols -- are within sight of the mark but are far enough back so that even .a victory here would leave them short. Beard has earnings of $951,596, Hill $M2,830 and Nichols $907,945. Four of the $1 million winners are in the bulky, 156-man field and figure to offer some of the chief opposition to Barber's drive to join their ranks. They are Casper, who has threatened for .the title in each of the last two events, Littler, Trevino and Crampton. 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