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REPUBLIC 42 Tfce Arizona ftepubllc Phoenix, Sat., April 15, 1%1 •— — .. ... u > *.».. •».« . IIM •»•!•.* WIIIUK iu 44 WWII T|lI\JlllE V1CLUI V in a solid four-way track and field meet here last night in which there was not a weak event and In which four events produced the best efforts in the state this year. McPeek won the broad jump with 21 feet 10^ inches, among the best in the state this year, and • Republic Photo taV Rod Meyer LIKE THIS—Andy Marzich and Mary Hoyt, instructors in bowling clinics being staged at Valley houses, show Papago Lanes spectors how to hoist a ball. Clinics drew more than GOO spectators yesterday; continue through Monday. PoWerhdCoyotes Win Quadrangular Meet MESA—Dan McPcck led Phoenix Union to -a-eonvhicing vlctory- the low hurdles in 19.7 seconds, second best time. He also ran second In a 14.9 high hurdles and fan on a relay team which flashed home in 1:29.7 minutes, finest team effort ever in Arizona. Phoenix Union scored 5fi 1/fi points, Tucson 36, North 281/8 4-and host Mesa 20%. are second best In the state this year. * * The finest 880-yard run of the season was clocked last night by Art Reade of Camelback In a two-way dual meet at South Mountain. Reade won in 1:56.8, clipping six tenths of a second off his previous state-leading mark. Jim Hall, who ran the relay's PH $j£& HK>H^»"%ESA S »H l4 ' opening leg, also sprinted to a 220 victory in 21.3, matching the best this year, and Oscar Floivs of Phoenix Union won the mik- In 4:28.3 and the 880 In 2:01.8 His mile time is tops for the. state. Clarence Newman and Charlie Mayfield ran the 3-4 legs in the blazing relay. Other outstanding efforts were by Jim Heimer of Mesa, who won the 440 in 51 flat, and John Jackson of Tucson, who took ,the high jump at 6 feet 1% inches. Both Shot pul-McCann (N), Sherrard (M), Anderson. (M) Aarne (N) so-5'v High IT), McPeek (U), Eu .U) 10. 100-Hall (U lOJ ,u, ,,,l,u, O*IT4. i . ,_,, Cunes (T), Obreaon i Conover (Ml 4:28.3 44b-Helmer t Newman (U , isna (T), Morrison ,., ill?' X°?V .lurtyj^McPeek <UJ ( McCann N), Wor ev (U), Munoz (T) jMOVfc. Low hurcllcs-McPeek (U), ^Hanley (T Cone (N , Lona IU) 10.7. 2io—I Mayfleld (U), "Love (N), wiill •Floras AMF Bowling Clinics Real Crowd-Pleasers Six down and three more today. That's the story of the Arizona Republic sponsored AMF free bowling clinics which have been crowd-pleasers in every house the.stars have visited in the Roundup Prep Track I Tu Lee Jouglard, Hankj Lauman, Andy Marzich, Loy Countryman, Anita Cantaline, Mary Hoyt and Helen Duval. • The stars will bring their entertaining and instructional clinics to nine other Valley bowling establishments before the clinics wind up Monday evening. Check the Arizona Republic for the schedule and plan to attend when they are slated for your favorite bowling establishment. The airmen at Luke get a chance to participate between 10 a.m. and .noon 'with' Mary Hoyt and Andy Marzich slated for Beat The Champ matches there. A Today, Luke AFB, Thunderbird Lanes and Bowlero will host the7sc, r °i"; ( 1ow furV 9 clinics which feature seven AMF Staff of Champion bowlers i i|^% u 3 , 20 ^ 0 ^ a g d oa ( d Sc , ) U n,K-, uu ,,H ,~, -. _ _ : 20-7' i; relay—Scottsdale (Ma7Ia'nd""Young' Brown, Crulchlicld) 1-359; pole vault — Thunderbird Lanes, the clinic is rs% ve u3o\ Sc ^ayve 6 eLs d oH e sdVie°'66 alla s h un n also scheduled for 10 a.m. until wsiope' 47.' noon with Hal Darling and Helen! . . Walker providing the opposition 1 1*C|) Baseball for the AMF stars. Bowlero hosts „ . the clinic at 2 p.m. with Bob Root! Senior Joe Swin S le Pitched a 2- bowlirig Loy Countryman and Dot hltler and broke a 3 ' 3 ciea d | °ck Wilkinson meeting Anita Canta- Lovt (N), Boswell (U), Helmer (Ml ... HSSlJ"""^".'!""..!!;' PfPP'M. (T (U kijrm>aT'irrTor ii »h!rd / ; flsrJ -,'^,' «iA X. J1.3. 800-F orano ";j- *v • fiitioma (Tj (U). Renoaa (T), Sarrv i (U). Renoaa (T), sam- y,? 0 },"), !-aguna IT) ?:01,8. Discus— Caldwel (U) Kosanke (T), Aarne, (N), Eo,|< (U) 159-1. Pole vault-tic, Lehman <N> and Bullard (N)j Burnham (Ml- Me. Dovle (M), Vance (M) 13-1. Relav- Ph"en(x Union (Hull. MrPeck. Newman, Mayfleld), Mesa, North Phoenix. 1:29.7. line. In addition to the Beat The Champ matches, a 20-minute film, Wildcats Hang On •* muauia mils were unearned, slides, a demonstration by the[ in l he game. Neither walked a ' TUCSON (AP).~The University 61 Arizona survived a four-run uprising in the ninth last night to beat Fresno State, 11-10, in a college baseball game. Marv Dutt, starter who posted his fourth victory'without a defeat for the-Wildcats, was chased during the Fresno rally. But George Mies came on to save the game. Three errors and two walks got the rally under way. The victory was the 30th in 33 games for Arizona, the loss the fifth in 27 for the Bulldogs, ranked fourth nationally. Arizona is ranked second. The teams meet in a day-night doubleheader tomorrow to wind up their three-game series. v.. TODAY'S CLINICS \ LUKE AFB, Luke Field, 10 a.m. to noon. THUNDERBIRD LANES, 2.430 W. Indian School Road, 10 a.m. to noon. BOWLERO, 5222 W. Indian School Road, 2-4 p.m. with a 2-run< homer in the fifth as St. Mary's defeated Mesa, 5-3. Swingle gave, up only two singles and struck out 10 as St. Mary's boosted its record to 8-4. D^n Swingle also homered for the winners with a man on in the third. ST. MARY'S 5, MESA 3 Mesa 00<T 3«f ~d^-~3™Z~T St. Mary's 101 020_x—S *_J Chesser and Comparin; Joe Swindle"and Duron. Arcadia's Gary Deak, with a 3- hitter, took a 4-0 pitcher's battle from Bucky Staley of Brophy. All 4 Arcadia runs were unearned. stars and door prizes of a free man bowling ball, bag and two instructional textbooks are given away at each free session. Local bowling stars split with the AMF champs in yesterday's matches. At GlenFair Lanes, Loy Countryman defeated, Hal Darling, 204-193, but Betty Shaw beat AMF's Anita Cantaline, 190-153. Jody Hills used a good 213 to beat Helen Duval's 205 at Aero Bowl with Bob Christensen making it a clean sweep there by dumping Andy Marzich, 191-168. AMF's Mary Hoyt shot the best lady's game of the matches when she hit 236 at Papago Lanes to beat Marge Cox who had a 179. Andy rolled 189 to nip John Furguson ooo fio 1-4 000 0000— 0 i b 4 Arcadia Brophy Deak and Dendy; Stale/ and" A pair of errors around a single by Randy Lindner gave Central a 2-1 win over North. North took a 1-0 lead in the second on a walk, single by Bob Gordon and a double by Hill, but Central tied it in the fourth on a walk and singles by Gordon Everitt and Jim Neely. Then came the fatal fifth. Neely gave up seven hits, walked four in losing. Central ooo 110~0^2~5™6 North 010 000 0—1 _7_jt Central—Neely and Moutronj North— Gordon and Combs. Fresno StaU Arizona i»j, ac nm!' lar; Dull, "J MO OVUOb-.!»..'. 5 105 P30 llx—11 13: 5 ( ?2i G «j;r"Pn (sr'iind "Dol(») and Patera. HOW mm ONI OUR ANNUAL See Ad on Nursery ABC Revises Amendment 35 DETROIT (AP)-The American Bawling Congress set a delayed action fuse for its battle with the Bowling Proprietors Association of America when it adopted a revised edition of Amendment No. 35 to the ABC constitution at its annual convention 1 ' yesterday. The amendment, proposed by nil nine ABC vice'' presidents, states: "An ABC sanction shall not be' granted a league or tournament which denies entry to a bowler due to his having participated inj any other league or tournament which is ABC sanctioned." The delegates accepted the rec- ojnmendation of the executive board to delete the words "this amendment to become effective immediately upon adoption." Instead, the effective date will be set by the ABC executive board "pending further studies underway with the organizations affected." Golf Results SUN CITY Ladles Spring Tourney Championship flight—Polly Conglelon; 2nd, Charlotte Arelz; 1st (light - Ann Dlorkland; 2nd, Pearl Saxlon; 2nd flight Webb Fights Tiger In Ring Return NEW YORK (AP) - Spider Webb, who quit the ring 14 months ago as a winner and high- ranking middleweight, returns to action tonight a g a ' n s t Nl geria's Dick Tiger In a television 10-rounder at St. Nicholas Arena. .The 29-year-old former Olympl an from Chicago bumps into a tough opponent In his first comeback effort. Although he outpoint- ed .Tiger in London three years ngo, Webb is the 7-5 underdog. Tiger, 31, husky and powerful, has won five of his last six starts and is vastly improved over his 1958 form. In his last two bouts lie knocked out Wilfie Graves in the ninth round to regain the Brit ish Empire middleweight crown and flattened clever Ace Armstrong, also in the ninth. This has boosted Tiger to a No. 3 ranking by Ring and a No. rating by the NBA. Ills record is 39-11-1, including 11 knockouts, Webb left the ring In a huff aft er beating Rory Calhoun Feb. 16 1960, for his fifth win in his last six fights. Previous to Calhoun he had knocked out four straight opponents, Joey Glardello, Briton Terry Downes, Bobb,y Boyd nnc Neal Rivers, and lost a close ti tie fight with Gene Fullmer. -• ,- i .i D i,i — f i out tiuiiia* <iiui natt, I LlOVia ; consolation-Dobbl Dally; 2nd, Georgia Tolby. ENCANTO 1 >- L °yj' Bro ?[ low net for women-class A: BARL1CK OLDEST UMP, Al Barlick is the Natlona League's oldest umpire in poin of service. He joined its staff in 1940. 108, low . ----. "Xl i ' — -— .WMH1 . ^, low net. class C: Mrs. Richard Drake 98, low gross; Mrs. Richard Clark 72, '-••• net. Class D: Mrs. William Bcswick low gross; Mrs. James McGrath 78, net. AT VALLEY CC ...... Union 14'3, Norlh 5';.; Brophy North 9'],. Broohy 12. Union 8. Iflllsts — Jim Lawrence (North), Bray (Brophv), 74. PHOENIX CC _Mosl pars tournament—Class A—Mrs. George Aklns 16. Mrs. Frank Fog el Mrs. Frank Clelland, tied, 15. Class B— Mrs. Paul Rohling, 16. Mrs. Clyde Flood, Mrs. J. Cola Hlckox, tied M. Class C— Mrs W. Jj-Mlller 14. Mrs. Charles Davis 13. Class D-^-Mrs. John Corbln, U. Mrs. "'""" ' •—>. Glenn Quick) Mrs. Vic See the HOT NEW NUMBER in the low priced field F-85 OLDS OLDSMOBILE 530 E. McDowell • 302 S. Scottsdale Road Devil Golfers Rap Sailors i Arizona State University's golfi team withstood the wind and San| Diego Naval Training Center golfers at Century Country Club yesterday for a 23>/&4V& victory. Calvin Cooke posted a 70 to grab medalist honors during a day! in which play was extremely dif-j ficult, Winds estimated at 45 mphj at times whipped the course. The Sun Devils, winning their 26th consecutive dual match, had little trouble with the Sailors. ASU leaves Monday for a five- match invasion of California, facing UCLA Tuesday, Occidental Wednesday, Los Angeles State Thursday, USC Friday and Long Beach State Saturday, ' FULL FLOW WASHING ACTION RETARDS LIMING GOETTL BROS. 20th St. & E. Indian School ASU TPh, Sin Dleio Naval Training Center 3>/j Rex t Wllsen (ASU) def. Dick Hanscom, 3-0;; Wayne Brock (ASU) def. Bill Dickens, 2Va-Vj; Wllsen-Breck (ASU) def. Hanscom-Dlckens, 3-0; Calvin Cooke (A5U) def. Bill Johnson, 3-0; Dudley Jofies • SD) del. . D) del. Wayn Cooka-Stawlckl (ASU) def. Johnson- Spensfe -0; Du wickk yne Stawckk 3-0; . Jones, 3-0; Paul Spensfer (ASU) def. Bill Reams,. 3.-0; . Joe. P«nnlna' ' ' - ..... SMALL ADS MULTIPLY \ SALES! 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Green, who played on the famed Army team of 1945 with Glenn Davis and Doc Blanchard, suffered burns on his hands and face when he was blown from the boat into the water. Authorities said those most seriously hurt In the mishap were Franklin (Pepper) Rodgers, 29, University of Florida backfiekl coach; end coach Jim Powell, 39, and Ray Ellis, 56, buslntss manager of Tampa television* (education) station WEDU. The other two who were injured were Jimmy'Dunn, 23, varsity SOCCER TEAMS TIE .BANGKOK (AP) - Indonesia fought to a 2-2 draw with defending champion South Korea and Ceylon swamped Nationalist China 5-1 In the Asian Youth Soccer Tournament last night. K biickfleld eoach and former star Florida quarterback, and John Donaldson, 35, defensive backfleld coach. Head coach Ray Graves had planned to go along with his colleagues on the fishing outing, but canceled at the last ! minute because of business. 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