Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 12, 1976 · Page 45
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1976 -Olympic results u , Nordic Skiing Mtfl s (tirttomtier retev ~1 Pinio (Mlttl Pllk«nw, JuhTWto, Per Teuralaervl, Arto Kolvlstol), 2:07-» Men's 1,000 meters -- I wtll, TiKV. Vti Women's iMIIorneler cross-counlrv relay -- I, Soviet Union (Nina Baldlcne- va, Zlnalda Amosova, R a s a SmetAninT Galins KuTaCoyaf, 1 riclur ? Mnufe?4 fe seconds. J, Finland (Lllsa Sulhkonen, Mariana Kilosnua, Hilkka Kuntola Helena Takalo), 1:08:36.57. 3, East Germanv, (Monika Debertshaeuser S prun Krayse, Barbara Pefiold, vero^ nlka Schmidt. 1:09:5795 t wVrtiX (Lena Csrlzon, Goerel Parlapudi; «?· rle Johansson, Eva Oluon), I:IO:MM 1, Norwav (Berlt Kvello. Maril Mvrmal Berl · Johannessen. Grele Kurnrnen 1:IUW.OB. 6, Oechoiltwakla (Hana Pa- slarova, Gaba Sekalova, Alena Barloso- via. Blarika Paulu), 1:11:27.83. 7. Poland (Anna Pawluslak, Anna Gebala. Maria Trebunla. wladyslawa Malerczvkl l:H 13.40. a, United States (Martha Rockwell, West Lebanon; N.H ; Jana Hlavatv, Chicago: Terrv Porter. Con. cord, Maine, Twila Hlnkle, Frisco Colo.), 1:17:58.17. 9, Canada (sh rlev Firth. Joan Groolriuysen, Susan Hollo- wav, Sharon Firth), 1:17:58.18. Only nine teams entered. Women's slalom, two ruft - i, R 0 si Mltlermaler. Wesl Germany, 1-3054 minutes, 2, Claudia Giordan!, itaiv U30.J7. i, ffanny WenzeT, Llecnsnstl ml 1:32.20. 4, Danlele Debernard, France I: S'3}' · ' FilS^S B £ hr ' Wesl Germany. i'-Sy.- kLIndv Cochran. Richmond, vt., 1:tt.». 7. Chrlsla Zechmelster, Wesl Germany, 1:33.72. 8, Wanda Bieler, Italv. 1:35.66. 9, Dagmar Kuimanova, Czechoslovakia. 1:35,70. 10, Marv Sealor., Hancock, Mich., 1:35. 87. l'*7J3 : °' C ' ntlV Nelscn ' Lul5en ' Minn,, Speed Skating Men's 5,K» meters -- 1, Slen Stensen, Norwav. 7:24.48 minutes, z Plet Klelne Tne Nelnerfands, 7:47 X Hans van Hefden, The Netherlands, 7Vu 4 Vic" lor Varlamov, Soviet union, 7:30.97. 5, Klaus Wunderlich, East Germanv, 7:33.82. i, Dan Carroll, si. Louis, 7-3446 7, Vladimir Ivanov, Soviet Union. 7-3773 8, Oerfan Sandier, Sweden, 7-3969' 9' Jan Eoll Storholt. Norway, 7:40 60 10 Colin ictor Coates, Austria, 7:41 96 «ift ls V ·,',. Da" Immerfall. Madison, V2737 ' c «"oll. SI. Louis! Figure Skaling 7 11 ' P 35 !, G c r r - b . *' Cardan Grm, Calif., * Fratlanne, Northrldge, ·· ' , ' Susanna Driano, Italy. 75 S Lynn Nightengale, Canada, 73.0 10 fSKTiiEf' w «'.Gerrranv. 64.0. en s Una) -- ). John Curry, Britain 'l-Oo^'nals. 2. Vladimir Koya ev, Sov '" u " lon ' 28-0 3. Toller Cranston, cana- ' S'S' · c an H °"mann, East Germa"v. 3|0. 5, Seroel Volkov, Soviet UnloS. S2 *· 5» V| 1 Sanlee, Park Ridge, ni , S'o «' 7 er N V ^ l 1 1 ! ick , a ' Cypress. Cam.. xS' o J ffi" °»:ri!nnlkov, Soviet Union J?0 -. '·_ Mlnoru Sano, Japan. TV.o 10 Robin Cousins, Britain, 63.0 TUCSON D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 45 Ice Hockey Group B Non Medal Romania 9, Bulgaria 4 Switzerland i, Austria! Jaoan 4. Yugoslavia 3 INNSBRUCK AP) .he I21h Winter Ol\ today's evenls (tabl nze and Iptai med, gold medals won: .k'"'^^'.'."!^^ * nr ' --Medals count at he I21h Winter Olympic Games after 's events (table reflects oold. sii- irj" 1 ", wa total medals), placing* Soviet Union East Germanv United States Wesl Germanv Finland Switzerland Norwav Austria Britain Holland Italy Canada Sweden Liechtenstein 1] 6 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 Kipper's Boy gets victory at Rillito Mavericks end long road trip Special to the Citizen DALLAS -- The Tucson Mavericks can breathe a sigh of relief -- their longest road trip of the season is over. With six games in 12 days that saw them trace an Oklahoma City-Tulsa-Dallas route twice, the Mavericks wound it up with a hard-fought, f5 loss to the first-place team in the Central Hockey League, the Dallas Black Hawks. The Mavs ended the trip with a 14 mark. The deciding goal came on a breakaway by Dallas' Jim Koleff with less than two minutes remaining and the score tied 5-5. The star of the game, though, was Maverick center Dave Walter. Now centering a line with rookie Neil Lyseng and veteran Bob Liddington, Walter scored three goals. Two of them came in a third- period burst that propelled Tucson back into a tie. In the first period the Mavericks led the game three different times. The other two scores for Tucson came from Dan Mandryk and Gordie Titcomb. The Mavericks will be at home tomorrow and Saturday night against Salt Lake City. Black Hawks 6, Mavericks 5 Amanda Oliver, one of Rillito Race Track's few women jockeys, guided Kipper's Boy to an upset in yesterday's $650 thoroughbred allowance at the track. Her mount broke first from the starting gate and never relinquished the lead in the four-furlong race, which was marred by rain. Kipper's Boy paid $10.80, $4 and $2.20. Runnerup was the favorite, the Manny Figueroa- trained Dreamolark, with Close Family third. In Rillito's first two-year-old race for quarter horses of the season, another outsider won -- Empire Ace, an Art Pollard-trained entry ridden by Rolla Pruitt. Gone Streakin' was second, and Bixby Ranger, third. Empire Ace paid $28 to win, and $8.40, and $6.40. The Big Q of the day paid $808.40. Yesterday's Results FIRST -- Purse 550, 4voup, allowance, 400 yds. Mr. Win Again ICazaras] 7.00 3.20 2.20 PocoDondl Bar (L.Figuroal 2.60 2.20 Pas Paul Chic (Avant) 2.40 T -- 21.11. Q -- (9-61 9.00. Dancv Kelo, Grace's Mistv, Hrdeawav. Go Barlo Go 1, Pawnbroker, Dream's Past Due also ran. SECOND -- Purse 500, 45 yo maiden, claiming 1,500, 6V tur. Selected Prlnl (Piltmanl 7.60 4.40 3.00 War Tan (Montova) 4.60 3.40 Cindy's Gaston IPrultt) 3.00 T -- 1:22.0. Q -- (2-5) 21.00. DD -- (92) 16.60. Foolcandle. Beau's Kid, Fleet Sandy, Queen Eagte also ran. THIRD -- Pure 500, 3yo maiden, no ·yds. Navelko (Pruiltl 24.00 e.40 7.80 Slraw Parr 2 (Gome:) 5.60 5.60 Oeb'sBux(Tell«) 5.20 T -- 17.23. Q -- (6-3) 112.00. P -- 133.00. Lltlfe Rocket, Sassv Wood, Paper Rose, Tlnv Won, Sunset Playboy. Seven S Bar Mafd.Coral's Peaches also ran. FOURTH -- Purse 500, 2yo maiden. 300 Empire Ace (PruITt) 28.00 8.40 640 Gone Streakin (Sheoard) 4.40 780 Blxby Ranger (Saunders) 3.20 T -- 16.56. Q -- (2-3) 39.00. Bud's So Deck, Babe Chant. Lffde Suoer Star, Le Lowerv Levls. Czar's HI Bonnie also ran. FIFTH -- Purse 600, Jyoup, allowance, 400 yds. Hot To Dance Dadswelll4.20 2.40 2.20 Pino Bar (Gamez) 2.40 2 20 RcJItn HHL.FIgueroa) 2.20 T -- 20.72. Q --(sj) 3.60 p _ 8.70. Smidgen Deck, Fleet N Free. Golden Night also ran. SIXTH -- Purse 550. 4vo up, claiming Xm 1M yds. Dandy Dlngallng (Araz) 11.20 Midway Dude Gard) 4.00 2.20 . _ _ . . _ _ . . 4.60 2.60 Papa Bear Bar (Prulftl 220 Strlno 01 War (Wise! 2.20 T -- 16.41. Q -- (4-7) 21.80. Kenny Doo Second, Ka Doone, Poxv Jel, Bustier's DOII aEsoran. Tucson 3 o 2 -- 5 Dallas 3 1 2 -- 6 First Period -- I, Tucson, Mandrvk 15 (Olmstead, Uddlngton). 6:45. 2, Dallas. Donaldson 26 (Kolefl, Looanl. 8:07. 3. Tucson. Titcomb 19 (Waller!, 11:04. 4, Dallas, Archambaull 20 [Donaldson, O. McConnelll, 11:46. S, Tucson, Waller 10 (Davidson, Neweli). 16:29. 6, Dallas, L'Abbe 25 (Holt), 18:28. Penalties -- Holt, Dal, 5:14; Logan, Dal, 17:40; Newell. Tuc, 19:14; Cournover. Tuc. 19:52. Second Period -- 7. Dallas. Kolcrf, 17 (Archambault. Donaldson), 8:54. Penal- lies -- Brav, Tuc, 16:36: Tower. Tuc (major) 18:36; Hinton. Dal, 19:37. Third Period -- B, Dallas. Smllh 16 (R. Glroux, Holt), 4:22. 9, Tucson. Waller 11 (Llddrnoton, Lvseno), 6:27. 10, Tucson, Waller 12 (Lvseng, Liddington], 12:36. 11, Dallas, Koleff, 18 (Archambault, Holt), 18:04. Penalties -- Holt. Dal. 5-07: McKegnev. Dal, 11:34; Holt. Dal. 19:59. Shots on goal: bv Tucson 11-5-12--28, bv Dallas 11-17-15--o. Goalies: Tucson. Martvnluk; Dallas, Veisor. Alt--1.699. SEVENTH -- Purse 550, 4yo»up, claiming 7,000, 870 yds. La-Paquete (Ruihertrd) 13.60 7.20 3.60 John Henrv McCoy IGlhrlel 1600 6.60 Blue Kite (Wall) 3.00 T -- 46.87. O -- (4-3) 126.20. P -- 329.40. Tiger's Rocket Bar, Span Margo, Chief Pueblo, Herchel Bar, Slats Chant also ran. EIGHTH - ance, 4 fur. · Purse 50, 4youp, allow- Kipper's Boy (Oliver) 10.80 4.00 2.20 Dreamolark (L. Floueroo) 3.60 2.40 Close Family (Gomez) 2.40 T -- 47.2. Q -- (2-8) 24.20. AAalto, Skeels Relect, Gold Fuss, Pegalena. Emerald Bronze also ran. NINTH -- Purse 550, (voup, claiming 1.250, 4 fur. Doe Bowman (Gulhrle) 5.60 4.60 3.00 Lisa's Night Out I Juarez] 5.20 4.00 Ooi/ble Legacy (CazarasJ 2.90 T -- 47.2. Q -- (3-4) 19.60. Poeble's Pet. Army Babe, Virginia Babv. Blue Luna. College Soot, Nouveau also ran. TENTH -- Purse 550, 4VOUP, claim Ing 1,500,7 rur. Roman Mover (Oliver) 21.20 6.40 4.00 Wheel Ol Silver (Gomez) 6.00 3.40 Slick Al (Valcmuela) 3.40 T -- 1:27.4. Q -- (4-1) 44.60. Mildred. Step Forth, Black Banner, Now Iran. Texas Sun also ran. BlgQ--806.40. Alt -- 1,132. Handle --53,462. HAYS ROOFING CO. 3635 E. AJO WAY 747-2045 or 748-7304 Tucson Greyhound Park, home of the winners Racing Wed. thru Sun. -- Post time 8 PM. DOG RACING TONIGHT^ So. 4th Ave. at 36th St. Our famous eight- year- old bourbon is still made with the care and patience that went into this famous eight: The 1931 Packard Super 8. \bu might never own the car. but you can enjoy the bourbon tonight. I Aged 8 \fears S1HAICHT BOIW80K VfflllrlY · »fi PBOOf · HIRAM VMIKIR * SONS INC PfORI* III BIRTHDAY INGTON'S ATHLETICS REG. Makaha Mako 24" Kicktail Skateboard . . . . 24.95 Rope Exerciser, keeps you slim and trim 5.95 Skip Rope 2.95 Sportcraft Dartboard 12 darts 12.95 Stadium Seats 5.95 Your Choice: Boys T-Shirts or Gym Shorts 1.95-2.50 White Award Sweaters-Acrylic, Button Front, V-neck, 2 pockets, Boys' Sizes 14.95 8.99 FOOTWEAR_ REG. SALE Converse Skid Grip Tennis Shoes 14.95 8.99 Performer Lady Cortina Training Shoes 18.95 11.99 Special Group Odds Ends Shoes 50% to 75% OFF 'SPORTS BOOKS GUNS Daiwa 500 automatic shotgun. Available in 12 ga. vent, rib only 229.50 199.50 Weatherby Centurion automatic shotgun with vent /ib. Available in 12 ga. only 249.50 189.95 Franchi 48 AL automatic shotgun avail, in 20 ga. only with vent rib 199.50 159.95 Kassnar Zabala side by side shotgun avail, in 12 ga. and .410 only 149.95 119.00 TENNIS REG. SALE Rod Laver's Tennis Digest. 7.95 2.95 Golfer's Digest 6.95 2.95 Hunter's Digest 6.95 2.95 1975 Gun Digest 6.95 2.95 Campground Cooking 7.95 3.95 AH items subject to prior sale. REG. SALE Seamco Tennis Balls Limited Quantity 2.69 1.99 Garcia Continental 3000 Wood Racket 29.95 19.99 Chemold Rod Laver Gold A l u m i n u m Racket 19.95 9.99 SPORTSWEAR Final Clearance! Men's Ladies' Fall Winter Sportswear 1 /2OFF GOLF REG. SpaldingTPM Men's 8 irons, 3 woods 129.95 All 1975 Model Golf Bags Shakespeare Graphite Shaft Woods, 1, 3 or 4 .. 49.95 Ram 3-D Golf Balls..Dz. SALE 99.95 .1/4 OFF Golden Ram 90 Balls, Dz., 10.99 or 2 14.88 or 2 39.95 7.99 for $15 9.88 for $18 FISHING Zebco #2391 Balanced Tackle Outfit REG. 14.95 SALE 9.88 Zebco 33 Spincast Reel REG. 12.95 SALE 9.99 Berkley Model 350 spincast reel with Garcia Conolon 2456 5 1 /a foot rod, and filled with Berkley monofilament. REG. 25.90 SALE 15.45 OPEN MOM., THURS., FRI. 10 am -- 9 pm OPEN TUES., WED., SAT. 10 am -- 6 pm OPEN SUNDAY NOON 'Til 5 pm WEST MALL 795-3430 H.OQOK 5 CONVENIENT PAYMENT PLANS: COOK'S CHARGE, MASTER CHARGE, BANKAMER1CARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS or LAYAWAY

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