Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1968 · Page 33
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FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N DICKINSON ON COURSE Knudson Detours In Doral Hazards MIAMI (AP) -- For two happy weeks, George Knudson rode smoothly along golf's glory road. Then came the detour. The lanky, red-haired Canadian had won two straight tournaments. He had a chance in the $100,000 Doral Open to make it three in a row--a feat last accomplished in 1960 when Arnold Palmer racked up the Texas, Baton Rouge and Pensacola opens in succession. ; But in Thursday's opening round, Knudson veered onto a sideroad rough with bogeys. "It was a terrible effort," he said after posting a 76 and winding up 11 distant strokes behind the leader, Gardner Dickinson. Knudson had come here bubbling with confidence after his victories at Phoenix and Tucson made him the year's top money winner. In less than three months, he had earned $50,310, more than he had ever banked before in an entire year. He didn't realize it then, but the pressure was beginning to get to him. Shortly after starting his round Thursday he said he realized that "I was getting pretty tied up -- all on edge." Suddenly, the ball wasn't going where, he aimerf it. "It was awful from the first shot to the last," he said. "I was never with it all day long." ENTRIES FIRST: 5/1* GRADE 1 (Aril Bred Pretd) 1. C. B.'s PaperS. Irish Champ, 8-1 Blilz, 12-1 6. Clever Joe, 8-1 2. Allen Boy, 5-2 7. Shy Penny, 7-2 3. Go Zarro, 9-2 8. Fun Trip, 6-1 i,. Hi Teko, 10-1 SECOND: TUCSON C. GRADE 1 1.,Dakota Stride, i-2 S. Silver Trion, 8-1 2. Lilly Jack, 6-1 6. Castle's Ginser, 3 Norma Lane, 7-2 12-1 4. L.G.'s Ulysses, 8-1 7. Silent Melody, 9-2 8. Angle Drive, 8-1 · THIRD: 5/U GRADE 4 1. Beiarano, 5-2 S. Supreme Chal- 2. Sanky's Son, 6-1 lenge, 8-1 3. Lonesome Jean, 6. L.L.'s Renee, 5-2 7-2 7. Maggie Magoo, 4. R. K.'s Rev Jet, 8-1 S-l 8. New Duff, 12-1 FOURTH: 5/l« GRADE 3 1. Tiny Lois, 9-2 a. Spot Road, 10-1 2. Evernreen Red, 6. Sanky's Speed, 8-1 6-1 7. Timber Tim, 8-1 3. HIP Streak, 12-1 3. Scarlet Jewel, 5-2 4. Cotton Witch, 7-? FIFTH: TUCSON C. GRADE 4 1. Put Me Down, 7-2 5. J. W. 's Jill, 8-1 2. Buxom Rose, 12-1 6. E. B.'s Jet Fire, 3. D. L.'s Rock, 5-2 6-1 4. Betty Valor,10-1 7. Old Dobre, 8-1 8. Dick 1he Barber, 9-2 SIXTH: 5/U GRADE 3 1. Sonny's Agent, 12-5. Express Rate, 7-2 1 6 . R.K.'s Honey 2. Var Tung, 5-2 Spun, 10-1 3. Advance Domino,7. O . P . Upsfde £-1 Down, 6-1 ·1. Viva Linda, S-l 8. New Mac, 9-2 SEVENTH: S/lt GRADE I 1. R.S. Fair Dinkuin, j.jack Bud, 7-2 ·7-2 6. Red Glitter, 12-1 2. Sherry's Folly. 8-1 7. L.D.'s Bingo, 10-1 3. Dulch Moyo, 8-1 8. Kitten's Caper, 6-1 - Smooth Echo, 5-2 EIGHTH: TUCSON C. GRADE 3 1. Lemon Laay, 3-4 3. L.L.'s ijenima, 9-2 2. Castle's Ladv, 7-2 6. Bounding Sue, 8-1 3. Weed Flowjr, 12-1 7. Harris's Tears, 8-1 4. Saulrley, 6-1 3. Winciora, 10-1 NINTH: 5/U GRADE 1 1. Bright Rewjrd.i. Curley Steel, 8-1 6-1 6. Nugget's Gal, 10-1 2. Jump Sareent, 9-2 7. Sunny White, h2 3. F. P. 's Big Red, 8. Blondy Nix, 8-1 X/Nilty Mack, 7-2 TENTH) 5/14 GRADE 2 1. Nugget's King, b-i 3. Jackie's Drenda, 2. BUBS Hello, 7-2 9-2 3. Ring Drive, 6-1 6. Luckv's Kay, 5-2 4. Royal Start, 10-1 7. El Bruto, 8-1 8. Satin Toes, I2-I ELEVENTH: TUCSON C. GRADE I 1. R.S. Vapor Lock, a. fnilo Berrci, 12-1 6. Rebel's Allcsro, 10-1 7. Wonder Dog, 8-1 8. Tell You Caesar, 8-1 JIESULTS FIRST; -- 5-16 Mile, Gr. 2. 6 Speed Breaker, 13.60, 5.20, 4.80, S Rebel's Cobalt, 5.40, 3.40, 7 O'Jay, 4.20 ,Q. 5-S, 20.00, T. 31.55. SECOND -- Tucson Course, Gr. 1, 1 Perfect Fawnciy, 5.20, 3.00, 2.20, 2 Royal Playmate 2.60, 2.20, 6 Red Stonewall, 2.40, Q. 1-2, 3.40, DD 8-1, 31.20, T. 37.73. THIRD: -- 5-16 Mile, Gr. 3, 1 Hi Boss, 6.80, 4.40, 4.20. 2 Laddv Pesay 18.60, 8.00, 8 Barberry Diliy, 7.00, Q. 1-2, 45.60, T. 31.66. FOURTH -- 5-16 Mile, Gr. 3, 2 Trip's Er.d, 5.40, 3.20, 2.60, 1 Georgi Drive, 3.80, 2.60, Me Tiz, 4.M, Q. 1-2, 8.40, T. 31.66. FIFTH: -- Tucson Course, Gr. 4, 1 Other Restrictions, 5.00, 3.40, 2.50, 1 Monk Tray, 4.40, 2.80, 3 Lafferty, 4.20, Q. 1-2, 12.00, T. 40.24. SIXTH: 5-16 Mile, Gr. 3, 7 Craiy Grindl, 26.80, 11.40, 4.80, 3 HI Gomer, 15.40, 4.20, 6 Sal's Jackie, 4.80, Q. 3-7, 195.60, T. 31.79. S.EVENTH: --5-T« Mile, Gr .1, 4 Silly Drive, 580, 4.20, 4.80, 6 Loretta Sue, 10.60, 7.40, 3 Red Reno, 5.00, Q. 46, 36.40, T. 31.70. EIGHTH: -- Tucson Course, Gr. 3, 1 Ring Marker, 1.60, 4.40. 2.60, 5 Clara Malone 3.00 2.60 7 My Red Ace, 2.80, Q. 1-5, 10.60, T. 40.35. BYU Wrestlers Keep Slim Lead PllOVO, Utah -- Defending c h a m p i o n Brigham Young moved into an uneasy lead at the end'of the first round of the Western Athletic Conference wrestling championships in Provo. The Cougars, who are seeking a fourth wrestling title in six years, placed eight of their nine men into today's semifinal competition. Arizona State and Utah, though, both placed seven wrestlers in the same division. Wyoming, Arizona and New . Mexico had six men entered. . 5-2 2. Fast Drive, 7-2 3. Ruth's Collar, 6-1 4. Winnie Cole, 7-2 NINTH: 5-16 Mile, Gr. 1. 2 Joyful Kins, 18.20, 5.80, 4.00, 4 Or Whatasay, 4.60, 3.40, 5 Happy Rick, 2.80, Q. 2.4, 49.20, T. 31.29. TENTH: -- 5-16 Mite, Gr. 2, 7 Sleepy Nix, 7.00, 3.70, 3.00, 3 Moscow Worry, 2.80, 2.60, 5 Joe's Dreamer, 5.80, Q. 3-7, 8.20. T. 31.82. ELEVENTH: -- Tucson Course, Gr. 2, 1 Castle's Darkness, 7.40, 4.80, 2.40, 6 Real Rir-h, 8.40, 3.20, Dead Heat between 3 Consello, 2.20, and 4 Plaudil, 2.20. Q. 1-6 ,73.00 T. 39.47. Selections FIRST: Shy Penny; HI Teko; Allen Boy. _, SECOND: DAkota Stride; Silent Melody; Lilly Jack. THIRD: Beiarano; Sanky's Son; Ml gie Magoo. FOURTH: oCtton Witch; Timber Tim; Evergreen Red. FIFTH: E. B.'s Jet Fire; Put Me Down; D. L.'s Rock. SIXTH: Var Tung; Advance Oomfno; Express Rate. SEVENTH: Jack Bud; Dulch Mayo; Smooth Echo. · EIGHTH: Castle's Lady; Lemon Lady; L.L.'s Gemma. NINTH: Sunny White; Niftv Mack; Jump Sargent. TENTH: Jackie's Drenda; Bugs Hello; Lucky's Kay. ELEVENTS: Fast Drive; Vl'onder Dog: Tell You Caesar. Utah Swimmers Hold WAC Lead ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- The Western Athletic Conference swimming and diving championships at Albuquerque continues today with Utah holding a 13-point lead in its bid for a sixth straight title. Utah, when has never lost a WAC swimming meet, won two of five events Thursday for 39 points to 26 for Wyoming. Then came host New Mexico 25, Brigham Young 20, Arizona State 18 and Arizona 4. Two WAC records were set Thursday, including a 2:01.8 turned in by Wyoming's Hans Ljungberg in the 200-yard individual medly to eclipse his own 1967 standard of 2:02.4. NOW, Get A 6 That Goes Like An 8 Economy Like A 4 '68 RAMBLER 99/1 £*£i\9 Our new location: 5 ZOO E. 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