Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 108
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 108

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, April 3, 1969
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LJ , thufs., Aprti 3, The Arizona Republic 7S Out on a Hill By John Home lUtMiblk Outdoor Cartoonist LMOST CVttvED OF HROUGH THE YEMfci IN POINTING OGS- Bill HA< FOUND TMNT O THE ENGLISH SETTER BREED I* ONE OF THE ASU's Hill heads all-star cage picks TEMPE - Seabern Hill, a unanimous All-WAC pick for Arizona State University, was the top vote getter on the 1968-69 District 7 All-Star basketball team selected by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. The NABC team, sponsored by the Wheaties Sports Federation, also includes Carl Ashley of NIT participant Wyoming, Nate Archibald of T e x a s -E 1 Paso, Greg (Stretch) Howard of New Mexico and Mickey Foster of Arizona. All five are juniors. THE VOTING WAS done by the District coaches, not allowed to pick their own players. Utah's flashy sophomore Mike Newlin heads the second team followed by Harry Hall of Wyoming, Paul Ruffner of WAC co-champ Brigham Young, Marv Roberts of Utah State and Justus Thigpen of Weber State, NCAA Western Regional third place finisher. Cliff Shegogg of the Midwest Regionals finalist Colorado State team topped the third squad with Jack Gillespie of Montana State, Cliff Parsons of Air Force, Willie Sojourner of Weber State and Tom Lee of Arizona. A-STATE'S HILL, along with Ashley and Newlin, was one of three unanimous WAC first team picks. The 6-2 junior guard was runnerup to Newlin in the WAC scoring and led the ASU team with 20.2 points — only the fourth Sun Devil ever to average over 20. Ashley led Wyoming in scoring at 21.0 per game in rebounding at 9.6. His high game for the co-champs of the WAC was 38 against Tulane in the All-College tourney and 14 times he bettered 20 points this season. Archibald, the ball- handling genius of the UTEP Miners, finished with 22 points a game while canning 53 per cent of his shots. He hit for 35 against Montana State for his single game high. HOWARD SHOT 56 per cent for the New Mexico Lobos while averaging 19.7 points and 10.6 rebounds — both team highs — while playing in only 20 games. Foster was second high for the 17-10 Wildcats with 14.4 points, keeping the Wildcats in the WAC race throughout the campaign. NABC DISTRICT 7 ALL-STARS Pint Team Swim rating list loaded by Westwood Westwood High continues to dominate the Top Ten listings of the Arizona Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association, owning the best efforts in five events. Washington's Tom Hickox and Westwood's Blair Driggs are the only swimmers to have the best times in two categories. ._ (Results through March 31) IN MEDLEY RELAY: 11:47.* — Palo Verde (W.arble, Miller, Fitzgerald, Jacobt); 1i4t.S — Tucson; 1:M.S — Westwood; 1:52.3 — Mesa; 1:52.7 — Coronado; 1:52.1 — West: 1:54.0 — Catallna; 1.54.3 — Saguaro; 1:56.4 — Sahuero; 1 :5«.9 — Camelback. 200 FREESTYLE: 1:50.2 — Driqqs (Westwood): 1:51.3 - McCall (Arcadia); 1:51.3 — Combs (Westwood); 1:56.4 — Sweet (Rlncon); IrSf.l — Hlldebrandt (Camelback); 1:5>.5 — Strong (Sahuaro), Strong (Palo Verde); ?-M.3,_ — Doyle (Central), Gallaoher (Brophy). , SO ffcBESTYLE: 22.7 _ Hickox (Washington); 22.» — Baker (Camelback); 23.3 — Diamond (Tucson); 23,4 — HucIT (Arcadia), Ashe (Catalina), en (Palo Verde); 23.5 — Burns . nado), Rich (Saguaro); 23.S — Esptein (Palo Verde), Helple (Brophy), Malmgren {Palo Verde). 240 INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY: 2:07.7 — Combs (WesTwood); 2:OM — Scott (Westwood ; 2:0t.2 — Driggs (Westwood); 2:14.1 — Mullen (Rlncon); Hill, ArlfSnTst. 21.0 Wyomlnv 27.0 UTEP 19.7 N. Mexico 14.4 Arizona adlaT; 1:1M — Gui ,:I7.J — pymond ( jrobstlen (Washlnoto ONI MITER 01 Laird (Tucso rfempe); JB». J03.JO — Fent J40.5S - aird (Tucson)) J37.W — pottenger fempe); JB».»S — James (RlnsonJ; . Ja alo Mike Newlln, Stand T< CaVnes (Cata*ria);'Wl.V—"Richardson , lfi> a ' 1 BUTTIRFLY: Si.t _ Moore Arcadia), Sweet (Rlncon); §7.7 - 6-2, 180, Sr. Paul Ruftner, 4-9, 215, Jr. Roberts, Merv Robe 1-8, iro, Justus Thli Utah 19.2 Wyoming 15.1 BYU 27.6 Utah St. 19.1 Weber St. — Heath (West); 1:00.2 — Fltzperald (Palo Verde); 1:00.4 — Nellson (Mesa); 1:01.1 - Neplky (West): 1:01.» -- H9l %fettl: e pie 100 FR 4M - Hickox (Washington) T'siTi — "Biirns (Corona^ 11.5 — Combs (Westwood), Ma ..... (Mesa); SI ~ ' son); 51.2 -_H.en do); * gren Cliff SI 4-5, 180, Sr. Jack Glllesple, »-9, 710, Sr. Cliff Parson, Third Team 16.4 COlo. St. . — Combs ( esa); S1.6 — Dymona (Tuc- ndrix (Westwood); 52.1 «: Sr. loorner, 5, So. 21.2 Montana St. 16.2 Air Force 19.2 Weber St. 10,9 Arizona (W< .Westwood); 1:01.2 — Moore (Arcadia); 1:01.7 — Hall (sahuaro); 1:02.1 — Mullon (Rlncon); 1:02.4 — Grobsteln (Washington); 1:02,1 — Heath (West ; j.OJ.I - 1:03.5. - Slevert (Tucson ; Gladstone of G>ronado 2-mile prep track leader Ion (Rlncon); 1:02.4 — Grobsteln ngton); 1:02,1 — Heath (West 1 — 1:03.5 — Slevert (Tucson). 1:05,1 - Seefrled (Central), Marble (Palo Verde); 1:05.4 — Furbee (Mesa). , V 400 MJMlSTYLf: J:57.3 - farlgas (Westwood); );5I,4 — Baker (Camel';); 4:M.» — Combs (Westwood); ,2 — Hjckpx (Washington); 4:l».i OI • at' IV V ^ u lUAUl* !?k» 4 :l T> 6ovie iceK. ac 4:15. Derrick Palo V XI: 1:07.0-1 orona e) i 4: Coronado High's Dave Gladstone has taken over a commanding lead in the two-mile event in the state this week according to Arizona High School Track and Field News. Gladstone has recorded a 9:34,3 time in the event, surpassing last week's leader Ed Keating of Tucson Rincon, who has a best of 9:46.6. 4:29.0—Sotarzo (Dysart); 4:9.1—Back (Cortez). HO Refty: 1:31.2-Westwood; 1:32.4—South Mountain, Coolldoe; 1:32.7—Casa Grande; 1:33.0—Scottsdale. 440: 49.6—Hixon (Scottsdale); 49.V— McCombs (Coronado); 50.2— Cloute (Scottsdale), Reckling (Brophy); 50.5—Rhodes, (Rlncon). IK LH: 19.5— • t r , rar ,° , , (Nogajesi; "».8c-Malone f ov), Watson (Tucson); 19.9—Moore Rlncon), .Tyler (Case Grande). MO: :57.o-Mellchar (M c C 11 n t o c k); :58.5-Snyder Cprlez ; l:S».l-Rltchev Sunnyslope; 1:59.4-Saanz (It. Mary's); 1:59.S-Crouch (West). 1M: 11.5-Avant (Arcadia); 21.7-Perfilns fWesfwood); M.Qnst—Mayer (Coronado); 22.1 it-Rhodes .(Rlncon); 22.1- BAhAve (DiiAKtjO ' IngWnTrT^iHif 1:>»,I _ Blecha> — Burr (Tucson); Rich (Saauaro); f(» r0 W8ksTYLB i RILAY: »:22.» Westwood (Hendrix, Scott, Combs, DrUms); 3:1*.* — Mesa; 3:3f.O — Ar- cadla; 3:41.7. — Catallna; 3:41.1 — Pa o Verde; Ji4«.I _ Brophv; 3:4«.l Saguaro, Coronado. Barters (Pueblo)! --- ' ...... """ -----1-Mlle: f:34.3-Gladstone (Coronado); 9:46.6-Keat Ing (Rlncon; o comb aT (Cprte . »: 50,0— Ho :S1.»-Oa Pal Mary vale; prtei); »:53.2-ChllUress Verde). Mile Relay: yeb o; . o r p n a d o; 3:28.4-Pyeb $ cot ts da 'le; 3:».5--Me — .. P*)Q Verde, ihet fu «Mynin (Xreedla .* J ' I n 9 hy fSafloaro " Sports menu Hall Billiken coach ST. LOUIS (AP)-Joe Hall will assume his new duties as basketball coach of St. Louis University immediately, athletic director Larry Albus announced yesterday. Hall, 40-year-old protege of University of Kentucky coach Adolpb Rupp, wai named to the post yesterday, Broncos stay No. 1 in poll TUCSON (AP) - The Santa Clara University baseball team remained as the top college club In the country yesterday, according to rankings released by. the newspaper, Collegiate Baseball. The Broncos have won 14 straight games to retain top spot in the poll. UCLA was voted for second place with a 14-i record. Third is held by Texas, with the University of Southern California fourth and Arizona fifth. The second five is made up of Florida State, Oklahoma State, Arizona State, ,St. John's of New York and Alabama. Twins option Koatro ORLANDO, Fig, (AP)-The Minnesota Twins optioned outfielder Frank Koetro to their Denver farm team, Hill enters five events at Pleasant Ron Hill, the racing school teacher from California and overall winner of the Golden Shores Reeatta at Topock last weekend, has entered five of the six outboard classes scheduled for the Second Annual Arizona Invitational Races April 13 at Lake Pleas ant. Race fans remember Hil as the youth who stepped u, his 40 cubic inch outboar runabout in the "hot dog race last year and left all bi one of the big inboards setting on their props while he took a close second place behind a superstock driven by Brent Berge of Mesa. THIS YEAR'S Invitational will include six classes of racing outboards plus four classes of inboards in a good mixture of runabout and hydroplane designs. It appears the entry list will top last year's 100-boat figure. The Western Divisional Championship for the crack- erbox class will be highlight of this year's event. The "crackers" are one of the wildest, crowd-pleasing racing classes in existence. GOOD NEWS for all racing buffs is the fact the road to Lake Pleasant has undergone a complete facelifting and now is paved to the race and parking areas. Free continuous shuttle bus service will, be provided from the more remote parking lots. Admission this year will be $2 for adults and $1 for children 12 and under. SOLID STAND — Although they may disagree on the field, Chicago Cubs manager Leo Durocher, left, and San Francisco Giants manager Clyde King, are solidly behind the nationwide Johnny Horizon anti-litter campaign. Collection bags will be distributed nationwide this summer. Smallbore shoot set Phoenix Rod and Gun Club hosts a NRA approved small- bore prone tournament at its South Mountain Range, at the end of Seventh Ave., Sunday, April 20. Five matches will be fired with a $1 entry fee for each. Robert Holtzman, 723 E. Siesta Dr., Phoenix, 85040, is in charge of registrations. Pair given game awards Game Ranger Carl Jones of Prescott and Land and Water Projects Supervisor Buddy Bristow of Phoenix were honored recently by Shikar- Safari International, a worldwide organization of big game hunters. Bristow and Jones, both employees of the Arizona Game and Fish Department, received special citations from the club for their outstanding work in wildlife conservation. Bristow was honored for his efforts in combating Wildlife habitat destruction through excessive eradication of phreatophytes along important wildlife streambeds. Jones' award was for his work as a wildlife law enforcement officer. In addition to the award, Jones received a $50 check from the club. The presentations were made by Weir McDonald of Scottsdale, a member of Shi- kar-Safari, International. Weather whims alter fish feeding pattern During spring every fisherman should have his own crystal ball. For this is the time of year when the whims of weather affect fishing success the most. During these critical weeks not only success, but the fun of going fishing can be ruined by 'il sudden weather changes. However, you can be your own weather expert. According to the fishing authorities at Mercury outboards there are ways to analyze weather and what it means to your chances of fishing success. The secret lies in interpreting the forecast in terms of how it affects fish. Rapid changes in oarometric pressure, up or down, greatly affect fish feeding activity. A sudden change in air pressure seems to disturb fish and they quit feeding. Most barometic changes are due to the formation of fronts—either cold or warm. Cold fronts form .when cold ah- pushes its way under a warm air mass, forcing it up. Cold air replaces warm air, clouds form, and violent rainstorms often rage in a narrow line along the front. Air pressure becomes heavier and the wind reverses direction from its normal clockwise flow. Cold fronts generally mean storms; storms usually put fish off their feed. Bass habits big puzzle at Bullhead By BILLIE ANN FANCREfc BULLHEAD CITY - &g puzzlement in these parts;is "what's happening to the striped bass? Why are they making their Colorado River run so early this year?" Normally the striped bass start the river spawning run In May and continue through mimmer. But this year big catches have been made in recent weeks below Bullhead .City with a 28 pound 14 ounce record breaker taken by businessman Tom Ryan live miles downriver from here. SOME LOCAL experts maintain these fish may not be spawners at all, but rather permanent fish who've just spent the entire year farther upriver than normal. Whatever the theory — the payoffs can't be disputed. Mike Quinn landed three" in one evening's fishing ranging from 13M> to 24»/4 pounds. PLANTED FIVE years ago as a Game and Fish Department experiment, the striped bass have been doubling'top weight every year. The big takes this early in the year make some locals wonder what will be left when the annual fishing derby opens May 1. The c runs to Labor Day. Fishing report JL This report Is based primarily on'ftifi- Ins conditions during the prevloifs weekend, plus up-to-the minute reperts where available as of press time. WHITE MOUNTAINS: Luna Lake good trout. Following waters are fair or fair to good for trout fishing: Greer lakes. Rainbow, Show Low, wnife Mountain Lake, and Woodland Reservoir. ••-•• •' NORTH CENTRAL: Upper Lake MerV fair .on. trout. Lono Lake fair to good llow Is fair on crapEK: Poor. Blue Rldse Reservoir RIM WATERS: _„. lists fair on trout. ers no report. UPPER well •apple*. I ... jKecies. Lake I and crapples. Willow COLORADO RIVIM: Lake excellent trout and goodness and crapples. Lee's Fr Powe am all Ferry area, good Mead flood bess low Beach area ake Monave fair trouT, yllhead City fair trouf _.._ ...iH>r». Topock area fair~moit species. Lake Havasu good large- and crapples, fair catfish. good trout. Laki good bass. Bur and stripers, ~ COLORADO RIVER: No Re- AN ARMLOAD — Mike Quinn of Bullhead City and striped bass taken out of Colorado River. He got three in an evening's fishing, ranging from to 2414 pounds. mouths LOWER port. SOUTHERN ARIZONA: Frve Reservoir fair on trout. San Carlos far to good on largemouth bass, fair both crapples and catfish. -^ CENTRAL ARIZONA WATERS: Roose- veif Lake good bass, crapples, blue- Bills, areen sunflsh and fair .cats. Apache and Bartlett good bass and crapoles, fair bluegills. Canyon \ fair most species. Pleasant good black bass, fair white bass. Saquarc- fair largemouth and yellow bass. SALT RIVER: Good bass, fair catfish?. ' SEIBERLINn Tires Your Local Tire Store Since 1938 "Our customers are our best Salesmen" NEED TIRES ... SOMETHING TO CROW ABOUT!! SALE POLYESTER 150 Nytex tires •)•• available to lorn* ilits. SUP1IMI SIIIIRLINt "Inttont Credit" Te Mot local Majer Oil Co. 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