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KEPUBUC The Arizona Republic MA 1L Parker rips Cougars, 17-5 Parker High's Tom Shelly Will have a hard time improving on yesterday's performance against Phoenix Christian. Shelly pounded five hits in Six trips to the plate to pace the Broncos to a 17-5 conquest of the defending state Class B high school baseball champions. Included in Shelly's barrage Were two doubles and two triples. He accounted for three RBIs even though he's Parker's leadoff man. FLYNN ANDREW picked up the victory for the Broncos, striking out 10. Elsewhere in Class B, Bagdad dumped Antelope, 10-4, behind the hitting and pitching of Freddy Garcia. Garcia went 3-for-4 and whiffed 13 Rams. Hector Sandoval chipped in with a home run for Bagdad. Keith Karnok hurled Valley Union, a Class C school, to a 3-2 triumph over Tombstone. In Class AAA, Casa Grande's Duane Zimmerman twirled a two-hitter and whiffed 17 to blank Yuma, 5-0. Casa Grande is tied for second in Central Division, League A with Arcadia. Both are 3-1 and trail Saguaro by a game. PRESCOTT edged Brophy, 4-3, as Steve Pierce rationed six hits to the Broncos. Fred Jordan went 3-for-3 for the Badgers who scored all their runs in the fifth. Ken Ainsworth choked off St. Mary's with five hits to lift Flagstaff to a 13-2 victory. The Eagles slapped 12 safeties. Robert Stark blasted two four-baggers and Joe Bob Cole one as Buena knocked off Benson, 6-4, in Class AA. Joe Bob accounted for three hits and Terry Cole two to support Bruce White's five-hit hurling. Canyon del Oro blanked Bisbee, 2-0, as Dale Long tossed a six-hitter. PC takes twin bill Tokes rout UofA spikers TUCSON — Three meet records were bettered by the visiting team last night as Wyoming rolled up a 90-64 track triumph over Arizona, which absorbed its seventh consecutive dual meet loss. New marks, all eclipsing standards set by UofA representatives in recent years, were a 56-2 Yz shot put performance by Tim Kearin, a 242-10 javelin toss by Mike Prudenti and Wayne Jensen's clocking of 4:08.5 for the mile run. The latter was 6.4 seconds swifter than Art Brooks' record set in 1967. Lorenzo Allen and John Wedel, both of UA, tied the 7-0 meet mark of Arizona's Ed Caruthers in the high jump. ..Shot-Tim Kearin (A) S6-2W; Mike Wood, (W) 53-VA: Bob Trout (A) S2-B; Javelin — Mike Prudenti (W) "242-10; Roy Wadell (A) 224-9; Jack McEwen 3,000-meter steeplechase — Gene Adams (A) 10 tdams (A) 9:53.0; Ralph Ortega J:I1.5; Rick Romal (W) 11:03.3; 440 relay — Wyoming (John Binning, Krao Fisher, Greg Santos, Mike Fra?'*L> .«"/..Arizona 43.3: high lump. Lorenzo 3; Ar Allen (A) 7-0;..JohnrwedeT(A) 7-0; Dallas Jackson (W) 6-4; mile — Wayne Jensen <W) 4:08.5; ' A) 4:19.8; Craig Gilbertson f$"4:2 H ,^ .(A) 22-9'/4; Wayne Jensen (W), M 4:19.8; Craig Gi . na lump—Isaac Williams .... Joe Houslev (W) 22-6'/j; Kralg Fisher (W) 22-»Vz; 120 HH—KraiB Fislier (W) 14.8; Bob Hudiow (W) 15.0: John Binning (W) 1J.B; 440—Huev Johnson (W) 48.5; Dave Lessen (A) 48.8; Ernie Dutton (W) 50.6; discus—Bob Trout LA) 168-4; Gene Waddell (A) 149-10; BillI Tiernev (AT 148UO"". 100-Mlke Frazler (W) S Sarftbs" v;iri '""""'—• 1 "--- '-'• •-10.1; ' 10.1; cla TA)~~4M"/j' ; '8Bb-£ob"M'aso'n TW) 1:54.5; Paul Konon (W) 1:55.3; Jack Weaver (A) 1:55.6; 440 IH-John Binning (W) 55.9; Britt Clapham (W) 57.8; Jack Tretheway (W) 1:00.3; PV-Cliff Cotton (W) li-2; Joe CauTey (A) 13-0; Al Hively (W) 12-6; 220-Grefl Santos (W) 22.0; Dave Leg- sett (A 22.1; Mike Frazler (W) 22.2; |-m!le—Wayne Jensen (W) 9:17.4; Joe Santa Cruz (A) 9:21.1; Mario Castro (A) 9:26.9; mile relay—Arizona (Steve Hair, Frank Pepper, Jack Weaver, Dave Leggett) 3:22.3; Wyoming 3:22.6. Axers sign two preppers FLAGSTAFF — Two Louisiana prep football class AA all-staters have signed letters of intent to attend Northern Arizona University at Flagstaff, head football coach John Symank announced this week. The pair, end Billy Allen of North Caddo High in Vivian, La., and tackle Nick Elina of Jesuit High in Shreveport, were recruited by new NAU Lumberjack assistant C.O. Brocato, former Jesuit High coach. This past season, Allen, 6-1, 190-pounder, set the state AA pass receiving yardage record of more than 900 yards and was named to the AA All-State first team. Elina, who played for Brocato for four years, is a 6-5, 250-pound offensive tackle. In addition to being named on the AA All-State first team, he made All-City, All-District and All-Conference honors. Spring football practice for the NAU Lumberjacks gets under way on Wednesday, April 9. Symank and assistants Brocato and Lamar McHan, former pro quarterback, expect a turnout of 60 candidates including 27 returnees. Maravich nixes pros BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) •*• Press Maravich, Louisiana State University basketball coach, says he has turned down an offer to coach in the professional American Basketball Association. Maravich told the Baton Rouge Morning Advocate in a »tory in yesterday's edition tbat an offer to coach the new Carolina Cougars was an attractive one but that he had decided to remain at LSU. Phoenix College swept a doubleheader from Cochise College yesterday, winning the opener, 5-3, and the nightcap 6-4. Mike O'Brien and Rich Galan pitched the wins for the Bruins who extended their league lead to two full games over second place Arizona Western (5-3). Phoenix is 8-2. A pair of unearned runs in the eighth gave the Bears their victory in the opener while a three-run fifth inning homer by Bob St. John accounted for the margin in the nightcap. Gymnastics PRESCOTT 1J«.», SUNNYSLOPE »7.t Floor 'Exercise—Frank (P) 4.7; Side- horse— Fernow (P) 5.5; Still Rlnqs— Logan (P) 4.2; Trampoline — Jordan (P) 6.8; Parallel Bars—Frank (P) 5.5; High Bar-Frank (P) 5.9; Tumbling— Judd (P) 6.8; All-Around—Frank (P) Glendale Community (18-4) reached finals of the California Easter tournament while Mesa assured itseli ? of at least fourth place finish after losing 10-3 to Valley JC. Paul Thompson's bases loaded two-run double gave Glendale its 7-5 victory over Pierce in the 13th inning. PHOENIX COLLEGE 5, COCHISE 3 Chochist College Phoenix Collwe 100 002 000—3 8 3 201 000 02X—5 1 4 Hoffman and Henninq, O'Brien and Reutter. PHOENIX COLLEGE <, COCHISE 4 Cochise ColltM Phoenix collew 200 002 0—4 4 1 002 031 X—4 « 4 Thornton and Matson, Galan and Vasquei. HR— St. John (PC) 2 on In fifth. GLENDALE T, MOORE PARK 5 Gltndale Com. OtO 000 100 030 2—7 IS Meort PK, LA 100 100 OOP 030 t-5 9 Miami toppled Safford, 7-2, as Eloy Cruz wsnt 3-for-4, Richard Gaona 2-for-4. NOGALES stopped Flowing Wells. 10-2, behind the hitting of Joe Hernandez, who went 2-for-4. Coconino whitewashed Phoenix Indian, 3-0, behind Richard Bryant's four-hit hurling. Bryant fanned nine. Steve Naval hit a two-run homer and Mike Kinnison pitched a two-hitter in Hoi- brook's 7-1 win over Mingus in a Class A contest. Jim Cells supported his eight strike-out pitching with two hits and two RBIs as Ray dumped Florence, 10-2. Andy Jiminez went 2-for-2 for Florence. Morenci remained unbeaten, belting Duncan, 10-4. The Wildcats are now 5-0. In Class C, Ash Fork outlasted Salome, 8-5. Dan Garcia whiffed 11 in picking up the win for the Spartans. CLASS AAA McClintock 13, Westwood 11 Saguaro 11, Arcadia 8 Scottsdale 4, Coronado 3 (8 Inn.) Flagstaff 13, St. Mary's Z Prescott 4, Brophy 3 Douglas 8, Sahuaro 1 SunnvsFope 2, Glendale 1 Tempe 4, Mesa 1 Cortez 2, Washington 1 Casa Grande 5, Yuma 0 , Paradise Valley 4, Moon Valley 1 CLASS AA Buena 6, Benson 4 Canyon del Oro 2, B Nogales 10, Flowing Wells 2 3 Bramwell, Griffin (4), Cech (6), Evans (10), Lenocker (11) and Dombey. Knayss, Flores (8), Qullada (12) and Yoshlwara. HR—McCowman (G) 11th, 2 on. L.A. VALLEY 10, MESA 3 Mesa community 021 ON 000- 3 9 3 L.A. Valley 330 001 MX- 10 It 0 Fine, Formiller (3). Goodman (7) and Qulnn, Muller (8 . Rapkln, Coulon (2), Lee 4) and Norman. , Canyon del Oro 2, Blsbee 0 Nogales 10, Flowing Wells 2 Coconino 3. phoenix Indian 9 Agua Fria 5, Tolleson 1 Miami 7, Safford 2 CLASS A Morenci 10, Duncan 4 Ray 10, Florence 2 Holbrook 7, Mingus 1 CLASS B Bagdad 10, Antelope 4 Parker 17, Phoenix Christian 5 St. John's Indian 11, Marlcopa 1 Wlckenburg 6, Gila Bend 4 Valley Union 3, Tombstone 2 CLASS C Ash Fork R, Salome 5 Expos sign Clendenon UofA, Iowa TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Donn Clendenon, who threw the baseball world into confusion by suddenly retiring last month, has changed his mind and signed with Montreal, the Expos announced yesterday. The Expos, in a prepared statement, said Clendenon signed a two-year contract for an undisclosed amount and will report immediately from his Atlanta home to the Expos Class A farm club in West Palm Beach, Fla. He was expected to join the Expos in 10 to 14 days after he gets in shape. John McHale, general manager of the Expos, who signed the 33-year-old former Pittsburgh first baseman to the pact, said Clendenon was able to arrange his business matters to play ball. "I love baseball," Clendenon said, "and had hated the thought of leaving the game or hurting a team or anyone connected with baseball. However, my personal business problems have been sucli Prep track AJO 74'/j, TOLLESON 45V 2 , BAGDAD 11 120HH: McLaushlln (A) 15.5. 100: Schmidt (B) 10.4. Mile: Ledesma (T) 4:56.6. 880 Relay: Tolleson, 1:36.9. 440 Woods (A) 57.4. 180LH: Moreno (T) 21.3. 880: Qulntero (B) 2:15.6. 220: Schmidt (B) 23.7. 2-Mlle: Woods (A.) 10:48. Mile Relay: Alo, 3:50.6. SP: Stillion (T) 41-10. HJ: Moreno (T) 6-0. PV: Woods (Al 10-0. LJ: Mandurraaa (T) 3 ,18-9V4. Discus: Peterson (A) Peoria 42, Paradise Valley 38>/i Buckeye 29V 2 , Gilbert 23Vj, Bourgade 16V4, Gerard It 120HH — Wagoner (B) :16.4; 100 — Stark (Ge) :10.4; mile — Blodsette (Pe) 4:39.1; 880 relay — Paradise Valley 1:35.3; 440 — Stark (Ge) :51.2; 180LH — Estes (Bu) :21.4; 220 — Mlllehan (PV) :23.7; 880 — Hardaway (Gi) 2:05.9; 2-mlle — Barley (Bu) 10:04.8; mile relay — Peoria 3:38.0; shot — Beaulieu (PV) 47-5'/j; D 8 Jessen (Gel 1:31-9; HJ — Pleger (PV) 6-Wt; PV — Sprau (Pe) 13-2'/j; LJ — Duarte (Pe) 20-3. SAN MANUEL 91, GLOBE 36 D — Martlnex (SM) 150-8; LJ — A. Knight (SM) 21-5%; 120HH — Gibson (G) :15.9; 100 — Walter (SM) :0».9; mile — E. Agullar (SM) 4:53.1; HJ — Hurley (SM) 5-11; S — House (G) 49-8; 880 relay — San Manuel (Troop, McGllvery, Scott, Cox) 1:34.0; 440 — Guerrero (SM) :51.5; PU — Romo (SM )ll-6; 180LH — Mendibles (SM) :21.2; 880 - (tie) — W. Sanchez, J. Sanchez (SM) 2:06.6; 220 — Walter (SM) :21.7; 2-mile — Alvarado (G) 11:18.0; mile relay — San Manuel (McGllvery, Maldanado, Loaiza, Cox) SALPOINTE 78, CATALINA 49 2-mlle — Varner (S) 10:29; HH — Brleycorn (S) :16.5; shot — Cnafouleas (C) 49-7W; HJ — Wooley (S) 5-9'/4; 100 — Sense (S) :10,7; mile — Varner (S) relay — Catallna 1:33.7; PV—D. Quiroz (S) 12-0; 440—Sweeney (S) :52.6; 180LH — Haynes (S) :22.3; D — Chafouleas (C) 1:54.3; 880 — Wise (S) 2:03; 220 — Lena (S) :23.5; mile relay — Catallna 3:34.3. that it appeared impossible to play this year. I regret the confusion this caused baseball." Clendenon's change of mind, however, created new confusion and unanswered questions Clendenon had been picked by the new Expos from Pittsburgh in last October's major league expansion draft, and then was traded to Houston with Jesus Alou for Rusty Staub. It was then that Clendenon announced his retirement to take an executive position with a pen company in Atlanta, leaving Houston shorthanded in the trade. To add to the confusion, Staub said he would not return to Houston if the trade was nullified. Baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn ruled that the trade would stand and that Montreal would have to send the Astros another player agreed upon by both clubs. series set TUCSON—University of Arizona and University of Iowa open a five-game baseball series today with a doubleheader on UA field. First game is 1 p.m. Coach Frank Sancet's Wildcats carry a 16-2 season record into today's twin bill. Pitchers for UofA today will probably be Rich Hinton and Leon Hooten, both 6-0 so far. Iowa will remain in Tucson until April 10 and meet Arizona three more times. ABA standings x Indiana Miami Kentucky Minnesota 44 42 33 35 36 41 _.. GB .571 — .468 8 x Oakland New York WESTERN DIVISION 59 17 46 44 40 33 22 lo 32 .766 — New Orleans Denver Dallas Los Angeles 33 44 Houston 22 54 x — Clinched Division Title. Tuesday's Results Oakland 169, New York 122 Miami 137, Los Angees 119 New Orleans 112, Dallas 96 Denver 94, Kentucky 90 !429 .289 27 13'/2 15'/2 IB'/j 26 36'/2 Greyhound entries APACHE GREYHOUND PARK Entries tor Thursday, April 3 FIRST, S-li, Cr. 1. LP Velvet 8 CE's Doodlewlg 10 Money Carrier 5-2 Dewey Canna 12 DelWtt's Bar 9-2 OB's Patlle Mae 6 Golden Gift 7-2 Little Float 8 SECOND, Apache Cr., Gr. 1. DV^s Hi-Liter 7^2 TV. Ike SIXTH, 5-16, Or. s Fred ,»in • ••* * Free Loads . . — Lefa May 10 JL Movin On 6 Mr. C. G. CC's Clara OB's Homerun Stay Easy Dean Hills Bless Bess Edna N. Satin Paws Indian Game Indy Cindy THIRD, J-lt, Or. 4. Only Herman Handoller 5-! 10 Sweet Bay 9-2 Mello Yellow 6 Rses Bl MX (GM) 8 , 5-U, Gr. 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AVAILABLE NOW! Limited quantities of "XL" color TV Sett are arriving now. XL color TV sets have been placed on allocation due to the tremendous response. See why now!! SEAT COVER KING 711 E. INDIAN SCHOOL Phone 274-3663 PRICES SLASHED! FACTORY CLOSE-OUTS AUTO SEAT COVERS GET YOURS TODAY! VALUES TO $ 35°° and up $1 n°° *i R rs IV SB I«? FULL SETS UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT SPECIALS R«* NOW Headlintri $39.95 $29.91 Slip-on Nylon Seat Covert $5.95 $ 3.98 Auto Carpets. Front i Rear $35.00 $21.99 T«yl«r Mad* TRUCK COVIIS SAVf >/2 Rockets beat Hawks, 104-97 s due SAN DIEGO — John Block sparked San Diego to a come - from - behind 104-97 victory over the Atlanta Hawks Tuesday night to give the young Rockets their first triumph after two defeats in the best-of-7 Western Division semifinal series of the National Basketball Association playoffs. Block, with 10 fourth - quarter points on long jumpers led the Rockets as they fought back from a 17-point second-quarter deficit. They took the lead to stay at 93-91 on Block's 20-foot jump shot with 4:54 left to play. ELVIN HAYES led the Rockets with 26 points while Zelmo Beaty, the Hawks' center, paced all scorers with 31. Beaty kept Atlanta well in front with his 15-foot jumpers until the Rockets' fourth-quarter surge. Rocket captain Don Kojis, surviving a slow start, added 20 points and Toby Kimball scored 16, most of them while outfighting the rugged Hawks off the backboards. BILL BRIDGES added 22 points for the Hawks while Joe Caldwell led their fast break and wound up with 15. The two teams meet in the fourth game of the playoff series tomorrow night in San Diego. ATLANTA Beaty Bridges Caldwell Davis Hazzard Hudson Ohl Silas Totals SAN DIEGO a 10 0 4 4 1 2 & 2-3 1-5 0-0 1-4 2-4 0-0 4-5 31 22 15 0 9 10 2 8 Adelman Barnett Block Hayes Kimball Koiis Lantz Williams f 9 6 8 4 0 % 1-1 8-14 4-7 4-5 1-3 0-0 9 i 16 20 9 0 42 13-2S 97 Totals 39 26-40 104 ATLANTA SAN DIEGO 30 26 23 18— 97 21 28 27 28-104 Fouled out—Atlanta, Bridges. Total fouls—Atlanta 28, San Dleqo 23. Attendance—9,340. Vancouver routs Seattle, 7-1 Detroit job? DETROIT (AP) - A University of Detroit official has denied a published report that Jack Hartman, Southern Illinois basketball coach, has been offered a similar job at the Detroit school. Fred Shadrick, member of the six-man coach selection committee and dean of students at the U. of D., said that Hartman is not being considered. He commented on a report in the Pontiac, Mich., Press saying Hartman had been offered a 10-year contract with the starting salary between $22,000 and $25,000. Hartman has a 132-54 record for seven seasons at Southern Illinois. "We don't have a single candidate we're out to get for this job," Shadrick said. VANCOUVER, B.C. (UPI) - Rookie Jim McKinney scored three goals Tuesday night to lead the Vancouver Canucks to a 7-1 victory over the Seattle Totems in the first game of a best-of-seven Western Hockey League semifinal playoff series here. The second game of the series will be held in Seattle tonight and the third game is slated for Vancouver Friday night. Vancouver held a 2-1 lead after one period, increased it to 4-1 at the end of the second period and then slammed in three unanswered goals in the final period. FIRST PERIOD: 1. Vancouver, McKinney (Gaejnon) 8:26; 2. Seattle, Powers (Larose. Lund) 11:08; 3. Vancouver, McKinney (Bathqate, Barlow) 18:48. Penalties-Heiskala 2:27; Hanniqan 5:53; McCaskill 12:11; Hextall 19:27. SECOND—4. Vancouver, Cherry (Lunde, McCaskill) 4:57; 5. Vancouver McKlnnev (Resume) 13:48. Penalties—Taylor 8:25; Johns 8:25; Stratton 9:51; Carruthers 11:51; Hextall 12:01; Cherry 15:46; McKinney 19:03. THIRD—6. Vancouver, Hextall (Barlow, Hall) 1:42; 7. Vancouver, Harris (Lunde, McCaskill) 2:05; 8. Vancouver Barlow (Hextall) 10:51; Penalties—Johns 2:25; Hextall 5:25; McCaskill 7:51; Heiskala (double minor) 7:51. Saves: Seattle (Head) 8-7-4—19 Vancouver (Hodqe) 8-5-7—22 T; 6/402* ATT: I THE ORIGINAL _ LTJLTTmiE 14 E. MAIN ST. SCOTTSDALE 945-8489 LUNCHEONS DINNERS • COCKTAILS • Under the friendly management of JIM THOMASON Miss Smith rides today ALBANY, Calif. (UPI) Robyn Smith, who prefers a riding career to an acting one, makes her debut at Golden Gate Fields today when she shoots for victory in the third race on a horse which never has won. The 24-year-old Miss Smith, who passed up a career as an actress in order to become a jockey, has been given permission by the Golden Gate board of stewards to ride Swift Yorky. 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