Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 3, 1973 · Page 51
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CITY VAN THE CAREFUL MOVER! Look what's round our place, i SALE* , SALE* 'j SALE ^ I SALE* Thev'rc big blue and white tags announcing that TEAC'is having the first sale in its history. Eve«y demonstrator in stock is being trimmed by 10 to 155! during February only. Now you can save up to $149 on a TEAC professional quality tape deck. They're slightly used, but each carries the exclusive TEAC 2-year warranty.'took for the big blue and ..^aff wh'te TEAC sale tags.hanging around our place now. ^S:' But hurry! There's only one of each model, arid~itV first "' ~ come, first served. Sale ends February 28 or sooner! Tucson's Most Experienced TEAC Dealer 4659 E. Broadway At Swan^Road OPEN 10 to 6 · FRIDAY 10 TO * · CLOSED SUNDAY Tucson's Going Pieces at the Community Center -- CONCERT -Feb. 6 -- Music Hall -- 8pm Vienna Boys Chorus -- CONCERT -- Ftb. 7 -- Arena -- 8pm Johnny Cash -- CONCERT -Feb. 10-- Music Hall -- 7pm Jk lOpm Sergio Mendes _ PLAY -Feb. 11 -- Music Hall -- 8pm Story Theatre BOX OFFICE OPEN Mon.-Fri. 10 AM-6 PM · Saturday 10 AM-2 CM or right up 'til performance on show dates Jacome's Downtown El Con box Office 10 AM-5-PM Tues. thru Sat. IS! Dial-A-Ticket 662-8626 For Ticket Information Call 791-4266 Tucson Community Center JAY CHAMBERLAIN at PIMA VOLKSWAGEN SAYS: "HERE IS THE PERFECT VOLKSWAGEN TIRE!" |NEW 4 PLY NYLON Whitewalls -- 5:60-15 TERRIFIC LOW PRICE Buy 4 Save MOKE! NOW! RELIABLE QUALITY £1-*% RECAPS --5:60-15 ONLY 1^6 Jay Chamberlain's PIMA VOLKSWAGEN GRANT ROAD at North 6th Ave. JThlt offor good also at Santa Cnit Valkiwaavn in Naaalai Race Continued from page 15 short of a phosphorescent pole jutting dead center in the lane. Touch that pole ever so lightly and you rack up another five seconds. Time: 59 seconds, --' the longest, zaniest minute in history! Mary Lou Moore came down from Phoenix, toting her Formula V racer, a trim, slim single-seater Volkswagen. An elongated, chrome trumpet jutted upward and outward from the rear of her car, and it blatted of thunderous power commanded by her tiny feet. Mary Lou brought the candy- apple red bullet in to place second in the lady's division. She rubbed her nose with the back of her driving glove. "This is my first race," she confessed. Kathy Andree and her technician husband, Skip, share an ancient but well-maintained 1955 Porsche and competing against each other. Knee high to a Bosch spark plug, Kathy has accumulated more trophies ttian she cares t o ; keep dusted. She once caused a Sierra Vista, slalom committee an hour's fretting while they pondered her eligibility to register for their selected events. Finally, she was given permission, with provision that she don a heavy, stifling, asbestos fire suit and other approved safety equippage. Other lady drivers stood around and gawked, shook their heads in disapproval and gawked some more. "Driving in that get-up was like trying to swim backstroke in a sea of transmission grease," she recalled. "They had never before been confronted with such a problem of classification," she said. "No problem about my skill or experience, mind you. Just a simple little thing about my being seven months pregnant." The master Scoreboard. Mere Marty DeMichelis receives the phoned times from the van and posts them. The actual time will be followed by the number, If any, of pylons struck. Richard Schwark, Paul Krause, Rick Kublak and Paul Sedor compare their runs with the others competing in the same classes. Mary Lou Moore of Phoenix is perfectly at home in her Formula Vee racer. Here she gets the signal from the starier to begin her next run. PAGE 16 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1973

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