Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 26
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PAGE 2* T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1967 Atlanta 6 Glove' Turns Hitter New TCC Tennis Pro BobConaway (left) has been named new tennis pro at Tucson Country Club re- .placing Bob Evans (right), who has been named pro-manager of the Tucson Racquet Club. Conaway a 28-year-old native of Abilene, Tex., was a teammate of Evans on the Hardin-Simmons University tennis squad in I960. (Citizen Photo by Art Grasberger). By Associated Press The Atlanta :Brayes are running short on strong arms, but their best glove" is helping make up the difference--with his bat. Clete Boyer, the Braves' slick- fielding third baseman, belted a two-run double and bases-empty homer in Tuesday night's 6-3 victory over the New York Mets. The home run was the fourth this season for Boyer, who was acquired in a winter trade with the New York Yankees, and the 100th of his career. He has driven in 13 runs for the Braves, helping sluggers Hank Aaron, Joe Torre Co. compensate for the loss of two injured pitching standouts. Tony Cloninger, the club's right-handed ace, was placed on the disabled list .Tuesday be cause of blurred vision in his left eye. Ken Johnson, a veteran right-hander, has been sidelinec with a virus ailment. Catcher Torre, tied with Aar on for. the National League home run lead at eight apiece joined the casualty list with a Danged-up right index finger Torre, however, was presse into service in the fourth innin. Tuesday night when his replacement, Gene Oliver, got throw Bill Quirnby CITIZEN OUTDOORS WRITER Guaymas Fishermen Shy * Tommy Jamison's voice sounded worried when I talked with him on Monday. .He was concerned that Arizona fishermen would misinterpet reports of violence in Hermosillo and .postpone trips to Guaymas where he operates a fleet of sport ^fishing boats. £ " "It was rough there Sunday", he said, "but, it 's nothing a ^ tourist has to worry about. The Guaymas cutoff on the Hermo- £sillo freeway is on this side of town. Fishermen can detour ^completely around Hermosillo if they are worried." ?:-: Jamison quickly added that Norteamericanos^ should have £)» difficulties -- even if they took a side trip for shopping to t.?he Sonoran capitol. "Most o! the trouble has been centered \"around the University," he said. £·-- Numbers of tourists fishing Guaymas the past few weeks ?i£ave been down over last year, partly because of Hermosillo £*tudent riots (Jamison feels) and because of the late arrival ify billfish to the Sonoran seaport. t' Unseasonable cold weather dampened Jamison's earlier ^predictions that martin and sailfish would hit Guaymas by late e. April. The event is expected any day now. Following ,the first tcatch, the take on billfish usually jumps to excellent and stays t jhat way throughout the summer. £ Presently, grouper, yellowtail and red snapper are being ^laken near the island. Tucsonians fishing there last weekend ^included: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Maler, Mr. and Mrs. Myron 'Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mitchell, Dr. and Mrs. P. Vires, 'Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Anderson and A. C. Ray L*; . Parker Canyon Bass Slow '»' Parker Canyon Lake's bass are still considered slow, but 'several lunkers were taken there last weekend Roscoe Bev- 'fiare's limit on plugs was topped by a three-pounder. Ray ^Stoneranper took a three-pounder plus two smaller ones on a JRapala minnow. Phil Bowman had. a 2%-pounder. Trout catch- ;es are almost non-existant now that the water is warming, 'fesort manager Buck Fletcher claims. Parker Canyon Lake's Ifergest catfish recently went 16-inches. ': Topwater plugs and worms have been most effective at 'Pena Blanca Lake recently, according to Ray Waggoner. Ship- iients of waterdogs to the lake have been off. Tucsonians Ashing there over Saturday and Sunday included: J. J. Kos;sack, Homer Dale, Frank Coterino, John Wong, and Bob Mer- ·jith. Largest fish were taken by Kossack (4% pounds) and ·J)ale (3-pounds). ·· Frances Fishtail, an 11-year-old owned by Tucsonian Rich- ;ird Hecker, took the first licensed New Mexico retriever trial leld recently. Keeker's dog competed against 114 entrants 'from 17 states. -A New Mexico Fish-Game bulletin claims Hecker is the only amateur handler to win a national field frial open stake. Frances Fishtail was the oldest dog in competition. i, ;' DeLong Wins Pistol Shoot '·\ The Pima Pistol Club's monthly 2700 aggregate was won bjy H. DeLong with a score of 2609-130x. Other winners were: JP. Stephen (2562-70x), First Master; K. Gallant (2540-63x), Eirst Expert; and L. Olivas (2259-27x), First Marksman. Mel Rogers, Nogales gunsmith, again took the difficult sil- iiouette shoot held in Nogales every two weeks. s Two new sportsmen's clubs have been formed. The first Is the Southern Arizona Fishermen's Association which met for the second time last night. The second club is the Coronado Sport Shooters -- a NRA -affiliated hunting club and a branch if Tucson Wildlife Unlimited. New officers for Coronado Sport Siooters are : John Kelsey, president; Jack Digger; vice- ·president; Hazel Kelsey, secretary; Tom Geisel, treasurer; Ed Edwards, Chief Instructor. AMERICAN LEAGUE Yanks 4, Indians 3 CLEVELAND NEW YORK ab r h bl at) r h bl Alvli 3b a 1 20 Clarke 2b i 1 2 0 Gorzales 2b 5 1 1 0 Howser 3b 1 0 1 0 Hlnton rf S i 1 0 Mantle Ib 4 0 1 T Uiiavito If 3 0 2 1 erloward c 4 T 2 0 Dav*!!!lo cf 1 0 0 0 GIbbs c 1 0 0 0 Aicue q 5 0 2 0 Wnltaker rt 0 Pepltone cf ut of the game for protesting a Reliever Jay Ritchie, who Iso entered the game in the ourth, made Boyer's timely litting stand up by retiring all 6 batters he faced to earn his irst NL victory. "That homer leaves me only M behind Mickey Mantle," Joyer quipped after the Braves' victory lifted them over the .500 mark at 15-14. "And he's 35 years old; I'm only 30." Elsewhere, 1 e a g u e-leading lincinnati downed Pittsburgh 6- 3, 'St. Louis nipped Philadelphia 4-3, San Francisco beat Chicago 3-1 and Los Angeles whipped Houston 8-1. Boyer's two-run double in the fifth snapped a 3-3 tie at Atlanta and the ex-Yankee glove wizard homered in the eighth. The two hits raised his batting average to .250 in 25 games. Ritchie, who compiled a 2-4 American League record at Boston before joining the Braves last year, bailed starter Wade Blasingame out of a SPORTS CALENDAR fourth inning jam and stymied the Mets the rest of the way. The Reds scored three runs without a hit in the second inning on the way to their fourth straight victory. Mel Queen struck out nine and blanked the Pirates until the ninth while boosting his pitching mark to 51. Pittsburgh starter Woody Fryman left the «?ame with arm trouble after walking the bases full with two out in the second. TONIGHT TOMORROW Radio-TV Noon ~ Hi S n school'"'golf, . . . . , AA state tournament, Ran- 6:40 - Baseball. Angels- dolphNorth . A's, KCUB. Radio TV 8:55 -- Baseball. Dodgers- 6:10 P.M. -- Baseball. Gi- Astros, KTUC. ants-Astros, KOLD. National Open Tournament To Attract 2,767 Golfers NEW YORK (AP) - A total of 2,768 golfers have entered the National Open Golf Championship, according to the U.S. Golf Association. After qualifying rounds have reduced the field, the Open will be held June 15-18 at the Baltusrol Country Club in Springfield, N.J. The local 36-hole qualifying rounds will be held at 53 sites on May 22 and 23, with the section- al rounds scheduled for 14 centers on June 5 and 6. Ben Hogan, whose game has lately shown signs of its once- legendary form, will be seeking an unprecedented fifth title. By finishing as one of the 15 low scorers in last year's open, Hogan automatically qualifies for the tournament. In all, 61 golfers are exempt from the qualifying rounds Including the last five winners of the Open, PGA champ Al Geiberger and members of the Walker and Ryder Cup teams. The defending champion is Billy Casper, who rallied from a seven-stroke deficit on the last nine holes last year to tie Arnold Palmer and then beat Palmer in a playoff. Preserve Whitfleld Ib 4 0 0 0 Pepltone an ib VidBl cf Maye If LBrown is MDowell P Wasner ph Culver p RAIIen p 0 0 WRobnsn If 0 0 Arnarp s* 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 0 Peterson P 4 0 1 0 CSmllh ph 3 0 0 0 Downing p 1 0 0 0 Tresh ph 0 0 0 0 Womatk p 0 0 0 0 Hamilton p Til lotion p 5 1 0 0 5 0 1 2 4 0 1 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Totll 3 8 4 1 0 1 41 3 » 1 Total None out when winning run scored. Cleveland ... I 0 » 3 0 0 0 · 0 ·-- * New Y»rk . . . I K » · · 0 2 0 0 1 -- 4 o E--Howser, Colavlto, McDowell. DP-Cleveland 2. LOB-Ctevetan5 B, New York 13. 28--Colavlto, Goniatej. S-Howser, Wnmi.5, H ^ R B B S O ! 1 - 3 0 0 0 2 ' R.Alien (L.0-3) .... 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