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•-:•• TV 32 The Arizona Repubfifc i; | O Pboenix, Fri., April 4,1969 1 i = Devils lead I ; golf tourney * SANTA CRUZ, Calif. (AP) Arizona State pulled into the * lead over San Diego State, • 597-610, after two rounds of : the Far West Intercollegiate Golf Tournament yesterday. The teams were tied for • first at 301 as the day's action ' began. John Jackson of Arizona . State went into the individual - lead .with 143. Wednesday's '. leader, Greg Bean of Hum; boldt, dropped to a tie for - llth. Jackson had a 73 and one under par 70, and Bean went - from a 72 to 79. •; Second place with 147 were - Gary Sanders of Southern Cal; ifornia and Ray Leach of ; Brigham Young University. ! Fourth was Erik Ritzau, Uni; versity of California at Santa Barbara with 148. /• Next came Don Powers of > Arizona State with 149. Other ASU scores were: ;; Dave Sheff, 152; Ernie McCray, 152; Paul Purtzer, 157; Wayne Manning, 159. Tied for third in team standings were USC and San Jose State with 611. California had 613, Brigham Young 618, Fresno State 619, UC Santa Barbara 621, and Los Angeles State and tied at 624. The final round will be played today. niiiiiiiiliBllllllllllllllH Tate Anchondo tiff at Garden A scheduled six - round heavyweight bout between Tucson's Tony Anchondo and ; Conrad Lee, River Falls, Wis., has been added to next ; Tuesday night's fight card at • Madison Square Garden, '. matchmaker Paavo Ketonen ; announced last night. Olympic heavyweight champion George Foreman also will make an appearance in ; an exhibition match, Keton• en said. • Cofeatured are two sched- iuled 10 • round welterweight •duels. Arnie Cota Robles, Tucson, takes on Charley ; Shipes, Oakland, Calif., in one and Bennie McCorvey, Ari. zona welter champ now fight- •ing out of San Jose, Calif., '. squares off against Nate Williams, ex-Phoenician now residing in Las Vegas, Nev., in the other. The public is invited to daily workouts, starting at 4 p.m., in Magoo's, 19th Ave., and W. Van Buren. Central decks South 'Lopes beaten by La Verne A dropped popup and two consecutive errors opened the scoring gates for La Verne College in the eighth inning yesterday and allowed the California nine to walk off the diamond with a 6-2 victory over Grand Canyon. Antelope starting pitcher Bill Patterson blanked La Verne for the first seven frames and GC was ahead off Tate's two-run homer before disaster struck. Now 21-4 on the season, Grand Canyon hosts University of Iowa for a twinbill starting at 10 this morning. LA VERNE 000 000 031-4 11 1 GRAND CANYON 000020000-110 3 Barber and Morgan. Patterson, Gat- tls (9), Montoya (9) and Dovey. HR— ' (GO, 5th, on« on. By GAYLON WHITE Central's Bobcats weren't to be denied, not even by South Mountain High's vivacious batgirl, Corinne Bridges. The 5-foot-2 blonde with eyes of blue has distracted eight Rebel opponents into submission this spring but yesterday the Bobcats kept their mind on baseball long enough to post a 6-2 Class AAA high school victory. SOUTH ENTERED yesterday's contest one of two unbeaten AAA nines left in the state. Today there are none as Alhambra bombed previously undefeated Maryvale, 11-4, South is now 8-1 overall and 1-1 in Phoenix Division, League B play. Central is 7-3 and 1-1, respectively. The Bobcats deserve extra pats on the back for beating South with Miss Bridges around. THE SHAPELY 16-year-old junior is quite an attraction, yelling encouragement to the Rebs — "Come on, Mike baby; He's a big fish" — while performing her batgirl duties. Corinne became the Rebel bat girl this season after South's ace pitcher Mike Chitwood approached her with the idea. Says Corinne of her job: "It's a lot of fun. It's really great." CENTRAL HOPPED on South's Chitwood for an unearned run in the first and added three more unearned tallies in the fifth for a 4-0 lead. South battled back with two runs in the sixth but the Bobcats answered with two of their own in the seventh. Dave Rajsich tripled and scored on a wild pitch and Scott Burns homered. "You can't spot a club like Central four runs and expect to win," South coach Ken Richardson moaned. "We played pitiful. We gave it away." THE REBS committed four errors accounting for Central's first four tallies. Twice the Bobcats scored on wild pitches with two outs. Gary Rothstein pushed his record to 4-0, limiting the Rebels to five hits. Except in the sixth, the senior right-hander was never in trouble. Chitwood now 2-1, whiffed 11 but was touched for nine safeties, six for extra-bases. MARK TURNER, Rajsich and Burns each had two hits for the Bobcats. Steve Estrada had a pair for South. Alhambra used a six-run second and five- run fourth to hand Maryvale its first loss in nine starts, The Lions' Pat Ozment entered the contest in the third and blanked the Panthers the rest of the way for the win. Sophomore Tim Housel paced Alhambra, going 2-for-4 and driving in two runs. Carl Hayden knocked off West, 6-3, as Rick Hanks fanned 14 in hurling a four- hitter. Richard Watson and John Adams homered for the Falcons, now 7-3. Joe Ledesma contributed a triple, single and two RBIs to the Hayden cause. LARRY BOND'S three-hitter lifted Chandler over Kofa, 4-2; Alex Calderon slammed a two-run homer to give Phoenix Union a 3-2 triumph over Camelback and East walloped North, 10-0, as Jess Villegas tossed a three-hitter. In Class AA, Bourgade's Gene James handcuffed Phoenix Indian. 2-0 on three Republic Photo by Paul Brawn GIRL-WATCHING — Central's Dave Petersen, in background, finds time to ogle South Mountain batgirl Corinne Bridges as she removes bat from diamond. Miss Bridges is a popular attraction at South baseball games. hits. James struck out 13. Seton recorded its sixth straight victory as Eddie Samora hurled a two-hitter to trip Gila Bend, 8-1. Tommy Camptell had a home run among his two hits for Seton.. CENTRAL 6, SOUTH MOUNTAIN Z NO 100 002 030 Rothstein and Petersen; Chitwood, Burt (7) and Chavez. LP—Chitwood (2 f 676 "" 1 ' none on - WP—Rothstein (4-0). Gauchos garner second title Glendale Community College scored three times in the bottom of the ninth inning yesterday afternoon and beat Valley JC of Los Angeles for the championship in the California Easter Tournament. It was the second straight tournament win for the Gauchos who last season captured the national juco baseball crown. In a battle for third place, Mesa Community dropped a 7-4 decision to Moorepark and managed a fourth place finish. GLENDALE S Otis Mc- Greyhound results Money 'Ca'rrier (2) .3. 0- Golde'n Gift 9.80 ... ... 5.40 5.80 ..den Gift (4) 4.80 4.00 DeWitt's Bar (3) 4.20 Also: L. P. Velvet, OB's Pattie Mae, Dewey Canna, CE's Doodlewlg, Little Game (7), Edna N* (4) ' 4.'20 . Also: Indy Cindy, Satin Paws, Bless Less Dean Hills, TV Ike. DAILY DOUBLE »-Tl S8S.M. Also: Stay Easy, Lela May, CC's Lox, JL Movln On. SEVENTH, 731 Yards, Gr. 3. T—42.92. Lake" Freda (8) 9.20 5.40 4.40 Wild Rhythm (5) 4.40 5.40 DeWitt's Mltzi (1) 5.40 Also — Sweet Bay, Dan's Dancer, Preserved, Rose's Blue Max, Melio Yellow. EIGHTH, 5JO Yards, Gr. 2. T—31.49. Keeno (4) ' ' 16.40 8.60 6.20 Jack Bud (6) 9.00 5.80 Herman's P. H. (2) 5.60 Also — Namanld. Adam M, T. V. David, O. B.'s Comedy, Tena Out. McCarter's 15 • leads West win MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Drake Guard Willie McCarter led the West All-Stars to a surprisingly easy 98-85 victory over the East in the first : East-West Senior All American Basketball game here last night. The 6-foot-3 McCarter, play- Ing only the second and fourth quarters, scored 15 points and ignited several fast break baskets. The West set the tone for the game in the second quarter, out-scoring the East 2818 to take a 50-40 halftime advantage. McCarter, of Gary, Ind., was voted the game's most valuable player. WEST THIRD — MO Yard*, Gr. 4, Geor'p! Drive '(« f.M 4.60 4.20 On v Herman (1) .--.*- Handoller (2) Llttle > Ghostf r Co'y Sa 6.80 4.40 3.20 Toll Agent, Tru Dan, llv. cond T Second" 'Tuesjdjjy (4) Mistamaha J , , 12.60 5.60 3,20 iday (4) 5.60 3.20 " Also':" British, Sterling, Jalisco, OB's Sofflcer, Wild Lad, M's Johnny. FIFTH — 721 yard I-I5-7) tt».60 P 'IK ollv POP Angel (5) .fi«» 7) m Also: OB's Cheryl, DV Sabinosa, Flying Birdie, NINTH, S» Yard!, Gr. 1. T-31.13. Mohea (8) ' ' 9.00 6.60 4.00 Gail's Big Bov (7) 9.20 5.20 TV. Elbert (5). ........ 8.60 Also — Breezm' Mark, O. B.'s Baby Bank, Rita DeWltt, 0. B.'s Debbie 0, Sister Maria. Yards, Gr. 3, T-31.fl. 8.80 5.80 7.40 0.00 m Cowan,, who stroked seven nits in 15 trips during the four-day meet and drove in four runs, was named the tourney's most valuable player. Larry Green upped his record to 54 for the season for Glendale, winning his second game of the tourney with two innings of scoreless relief. In the Glendale ninth, Ken Allen doubled and scored on another double by Craig Dombey. Doug Thorley then singled to knot the score sending Dombey home. AFTER AN intentional walk to McCowan, Dale Bauman was hit by a pitch. With two out, Thorley scored the winning run on a wild pitch. CLENDALE 4, VALLEY L.A. 1 TENTH, 550 Pl8nthead"(5?' 25.00 Claret Red (1) ./A'I'SO"— r Sir Slick, Dandy Kay, Trinnay Bargette, Post Napkin, Simpson (9) and rrhsh. Griffin (4), Cech (6), '» Green (8) and Dombey. MOOKEPARK 7. MESA 4 Parish' Noonan. Lenocker Lass, f ! ! Gr 2, T—42U * ay ' lnnnav tsargerre, HOST Toast. W» 3.« JC v |2Blh^,i:«1WS 1 *-«fej MESA MOOR EPARK 9 '°° 1$ s Nellle^GraV, 5D's Bob. .Stedman, Goodman U), .»,,,,.,,,:. ,,, _«fe^ra rns n r tu -^ a &-•>« I 'Cats collect 118 runs with twin triumph By STEVE WESTON Republic Sports Writer TUCSON -Jimmy Williams was right and wrong yesterday. He was right that his University of Arizona baseball teammates were thinking about next weekend's series with Arizona State University (no damage was done, though, as the UofA swpt a doubleheader from Iowa, 4-3 and 14-3). He was wrong in his evaluation of his ability with the bat for the twin bill he went five-for-six, upped his team- leading RBI total to 22 and scored once. THINKING ABOUT the crucial three-game set with ASU next Friday and Saturday could have cost the UofA (18-2) a loss to Iowa in that first game. Rich Hinton poked a bases loaded single to cap a 3-run Arizona rally in the bottom of the last inning to bring the 'Cats the 4-3 victory. Hinton upped his pitching record to 7-0 with the win, but didn't appear to be sharp. "I THOUGHT I had pretty good stuff," he said. "I thought I had them under control." Mike Welton, who caught the lanky lefthander, said Hinton didn't "throw his best stuff." Not at his best, the ace of the Wildcat mound corp was effective. Williams, the third baseman coach Frank Sancet picked up off Glendale Corn- unity College's national junior college championship team, proved a prophet in a pregame chat. "THE GUYS ARE thinking about ASU," he said. "You can tell it. It's more that way every day. We've got a good ball club and the series is important — if we can get by ASU we could go all the way." The Wildcats definitely weren't thinking about Iowa. And, it took the UofA a long time to wake up. Dave Prest's solo homer near the 400-foot sign in left- center that led off the ninth inning jolted the 'Cats who were trailing 3-1. Hinton's base hit ended it and Iowa was through for the day. AN EARLY homer by Mark Driscoll keyed things for the Wildcats in the second game and they had no trouble behind Fred Burns' strong pitching. Burns struckout 11 and his teammates banged out 18 hits. Williams drove in three runs with three hits in that second game, capping a fine afternoon at the plate. (He did however, commit three errors in the field.) "Oh, I'm doing all right," Williams had said •. pregame. "But I'm not hitting too well." Iowa this morning meets Grand Canyon College in Phoenix with the doubleheader beginning at 10 a.m. at GCC Field. UofA 4, IQW* 8 : jar* ION* Koering, Klein (8), Reid (9), Scheutte (9.1 and Alamshah. Hinton and Welton. HR-Prest (UA) 9th, none on. UoiA 14, IOWA 3 OM 001 0— 3 5 1 322 241 x-14 IS 3 Hager, Banta (4), and Volke. Burns and Johnson. HR-Drlscoll (UA) 2nd, 1 on. ABA standings Eastern Division Won. Lost. 44 34 35 36 42 Sky Judge (2) ~ ' ,l?span/ -MM Yardi (er j, T-JI.M. . ree Loadln OB's Home .,,..„.„ ,., 22.60 15.40 4.20 luster. Espanfo (5) 4.60 4.20 nt VWWIb. fc.«..wllfw u, . .._, Powerful Might (4) 2.80 Also — Noon sun, Denny's Hope, Chief Wolf, Bo King, Warber's Fly. BIG, 0 — No winner. Holders of No. 2 receive $240.40; No. 5 $168.80. Hand e-«73,4ie. Att-1,792. Greyhound entries i$yyr*tM i.Rjght Fawn s/2 Godi Ifw, i)b 4 Royal Blast iRetx Fi!y a n.W '(f ' RVr 7/l irl Sona i Fontella X! ( T fy spec OB 7 s Red Racer ... Cr., or. 1. I 5 Sunday ida ?/ i After 10 ' /2 ^ W-S 11 ^ . 7JW Rhonde 88 Ramble Al 12 i!8» T Tlme"" ffTK's Mike JW Ranger lE »? 5 Tafe V 9/l Wss Dior 7/2 BWhlt's Zlo .5/5 NINTH- J/U, fe. d l,a Jlllfa awltssly 12 7 B ver Blue 9/2 Click 8 Atlanta Wyn TH - J/U, Qr. R 3. [schief, 5/2 Strawberry ilors Scorpion ray on 8 & Inkababe (ch) 7/2 7 Lao> Masco} 10 8 PL's Fresno f BVENTH-Aj>«ch» Cr., Cr. 4. « Hootch 5/2 :(Fllghiy Lass occo 6 New Charm per 12 7 Dangerous Rebel's Bell* 8 Clara M's Mae 10 ( LA Ida xindiana Miami 43 Kentucky 42 Minnesota 36 N«w YorK ...... 17. Western c xOaKland 59 New Orleans .... 46 Denver 44 Dallas 41 Los Angeles ....33 Houston ,. 23 x—Clinched division title. Lait Nlihl's f Kentucky 'O?, Mrnnesota 101 Pallas 144, Houston 136 6i. . PCT.. .s<4 .551 .w» .462 Btnmo 1 37 .766 .590 .564 .526 .429 !3'/J li'/j IB'/J 29 BURGIE DRAFT Ont Way • Twist Top QUARTS SPECIAL 39 Sports briefly ••• V ABA playoffs begin MINNEAPOLIS (AP)-The 1969 American Basketball Association playoffs open tomorrow night in Oakland and New Orleans involving the four Western Division teams. 'Eastern Division Indiana vs. Kentucky — Tuesday, April 8 at Indiana; Wednesday, April 9 af Indiana; Thursday, Aprlf 10 at Ken- Sunday, April 13 at Kentucky; Apr " 17 at lndi Miami vs. Minnesota — Monday, April I «t M.l»rnl; Wednesday, April 9 at West f»lm Bt»ch, Fla.; Thursday. April TO at Minnesota; Saturday, April 15 at Minne- •ffi' ?»fl*Qk AW" II. fit Miami. IT we, y, April 16 at Miami if Friday, April ie at Miami If _ .. . Wwtern OlvWen WX&v*!. R?" v «r.-.Saturday, April day, April IS at Oakland If necessary. New Orleeans vs. Dallas — Saturday, April 5-at New Orleans; Monday, April 7 at New ^Orleans; Friday, April l at Dallas; Saturday, April 12, at Dallas; Monday, April U at New Orleans If. necessary; Tuesday, April 15 at Dallas I* necessary; Thursday, April 17 at New Orleans, if necessary. Kennedy suspender! BOSTON (AP) - Veteran forward Forbes Kennedy of the Toronto Maple Leafs was suspended indefinitely last night for assaulting an official in the opening game of the National Hockey League's East Division semifinal playoffs with the Boston Bruins. Pilot quits camp TEMPE (UPI) - Bill Hen- Api-ii 'f3%f"De 1 n 0 « a r ir .f ne n c l?e s s a s7ryr u rul y s: ty, veteran left-handed pitch- brar\iaiiu vs. b/ciivci — OaTUrQBy* ADD I at Oakland; Sunday, April 6 at Oak- id; Tuesday, April 8 at Denver; l% !d ,? v i. A J? r i l , 1( L ?« f Denver; Saturday, "I! 1f necessary; Sunday, er currently with the Seattle Pilots, left in disgust following a 6-4 loss to the California Angels Wednesday. Henry allowed two walks and was hit for a two-run* double. "If I can't do any better than that, I don't deserve to be here," Henry said. Monroe accused BALTIMORE (AP) - Earl "The Pearl" Monroe, star player of the Baltimore Bullets of the National Basketball Association, was served yesterday with papers declaring him to be the father of a boy born to an unmarried nurse's aide. Yesterday's sports Scoreboard Golf ..WIGWAM CC -(Gold Course) - Dr. Marty Berger, No. 16 hole, 137 yards, MOUNTAIN SHADOWS CC (Duffers' Tournament) - High net, Class A — Liz Llmbert 69; B - Erma Hafner 87; Jo Maxwell 72. High putts — Effie Henderson 39; — Muriel f ]C — Jo Maxwell 34. ;N. HILL§ CC (Ladies' Blind • — Class A — Hellman, 148; Boxing PartnersT Low tfet) Moenlch-Rhoda bera-Erma Cain, 144: Class D — Sarah Worthvlake-Edna Robinson, 154. PARADISE VALLEY CC (Best Ball) =r,.S9,^- John Van Nortwick-Francls Talt. 60 — Ernie Uhlmann - Georw Busch, Uhlmann-Wayne Compton. Track Brigham Young 'University 77, New '* C DYTART 81, AGUA FRIA 44 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Quick-punching bantamweight. Lenny Brice, 118, ot Los Angeles, knocked out veteran Ronnie Jones, 119 of Chicago, In three rounds last night at the Olympic Auditorium here. After a slow first two rounds, Brlce dropped his foe with a sizzling left hook to the body midway throush the third round. Jones struggled to his feet at the count of efgnt, but was obviously still dazed. Brlce finished him with a left to tha chin at 2:42 of the round. Brlce's knockout was his 15th in 21 victories. He has lost seven fishts. Jones record now stands at 41-15. Gymnastics , MARYVALE 160.6, NORTH 103.4 Floor exercise — Ritter (M), 8.1; .7; Still Sldehorse — Howard (MJ rings — Pennlck (M, 8.8; Trampolene— Ritter (M), 7.3; Parallel bars — Ritter (M), 8.3; High bar — Furclni (M), 8.4; Tumblina — Ritter (M), 8.5; All-around -Ritter (M), 36.3. Baseball ( Santa Clara 6, Fresno State 1 Tennis n — Anderson (D), D ,,. Mile — Sobarzo , ; e (D), 4:37.2; 880 Relay — Dysart, 1:33.1; 440 — Klelnschmldt (AF), 526; LH . , LH - Mendlvll (D), 20.1: 880 - R S rs , (A , F >' 2:10.8; 220 — Anderson ( 23.7; Two-mile — Romero (D), 10:20.8; ofl- D), Mile Relay - AfluaFra 3:42. CLASS A SECTION-San Manuel 11$, Ray 40, Mortncl 32. Wilcox u SP Relay-Ray, l32-7Vj; D Relay-San Menue), 379-4V4; Triple Jump — San Manuel, 104-4; U—San Manuel, 55-lVj; HJ-San Manuel, 68-2; PV-San Manuel, 33-6. 2 mile— Rodrlauez, (M); 10:27.5; 2 mile relay—Sai> Manuel—9:05.6; Distance Medley—San Manuel, 11:33.4; 880— Rodrlauez, 2:06; HH Shuttle-Ray, 40.8; 100-Walters, (SM), 13.1; 880 Medley- San Manuel, 1:42.6; 440 — Guerrero, (SM), S 52.5; 440 reiay-San Manuel, 45.8; Mile Medley, San Manuel, 3:50.7; 220-Walters, San (SM) 23.2; LH Shuttle San Manuel, 59.7; 880 relay — San Manuel, 1:35.1; Mile - Agllar (SM), 4:4|.3; Mile Medley — San Manuel, ASS B SECTION - Marana «7'/j, penix Christian 45, Benson 30, payien _..i, Gilbert 28, Florence 22, Hayden? SP—Marana. 133-10W; D Relay — Marana, 373-8%; Triple Jump—Marana, 118-3; LJ-Payson, 55-11; HJ-Marana 16-10; py — payson, 33-0; 2-mlle—Vers- xyela, (G), 10:48.9; 2 mile relay- Florence, 9:30.7; Distance Medley—Benson, 12:11,6; 880 run— Guinn, (M), 2.03; High Hurdle Shuttle — Phoenix Christine, 42-2; 100-Sanchez, (M). 10.2; 880 medley — Phoenix Christian, 1:44.8; 440 — Guinn (M), 51.5; 440 relay — Phoenix Christian, 45.1; Mile Medley— —Benson, 3:57.2; 220 — Sanchez (M), 22.8; LH Shuttle— Marana, 57.9; 880 relay — Phoenix Christian, 1:33.8; Mile run — Reynolds, (G). 4:49.6; Mile relay — Havden, 3:38.4. Prep scores CLASS AAA Amphitheater 15, Sunnyslde 4 Carl Hayden 6, West 3 Central 6, South Mountain 2 Chandler 4, Kofa 2 Palo Verde 4, Pueblo 2 Phoenix Union 3, Camelback 2 Rincon 7, Catalina 2 East 10, North 0 Alhambra 11, Marvvale 4 CLASS AA Boursade 2, Phoenix Indian 0 Kinsman 4-8, Holbrook 3-2 CLASS A Marana 4, San Manuel 1 CLASS B Seton 8, Glla Bend 1 CLASS C Fredonla 8-4, Sellgman 3-1 Tucson 6, Salpointe 0 WEST «, EAST 1 No. 1 singles — Rich Bothell (W) def. Tom Daniel, 6-1, 6-2; No. i doubles — Bothell and Jim Munsll (W) def. Daniel and Kim Carter, 8-0. NORTH iPALifAMBRA 1 No. l singles—Molly Higgins (A) def. Abbie Carson, 6-0, 6-0. No. 1 doubles — Carson - LaFontaine (N) def. Hlgglns- CENTRAL 4?°CA S MELBACK I riT- ) , 5in9 J es .,— Uaughlin (Cen) def. plsk, 6-4. 6-0. No. 1 doubles — Glbson- Laughiln (Cen) def. FIsk-Pollack, 8-3. SOUTH MTN. 4, CARL HAYDE 3 i.ii?'^ s '9 g j e l,~ Orcutt (S) def, Riga- lado, 6-4, 6-4. No. l doubles - R aalado —Grant ich) def. Orcutt — Estrada, •CARIBE HILTON TOURNAMENT Arthur Ashe def, Tom Edlefson, 3-6, £1, 6-2; Margaret Sm th Court def. Tory Freti, 6-2, 7-5; Judy Teeart def, Mary Ann Elsel, 6-1, 6-4; Linda Tuero def. Helgo Niessen, 4-6, 6-3, 7-5. Ove Bengston def. Stan Smith, 7-5, 6-4; Jaime Filol def. Jan Kodes, 3-6, 6-4, 6-3; Charles Pasarell def. BUI Bowrey, 6-4, 6-4. Badminton U.S. OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS At. Natehltoches, La. Chanarong Ratanaseangsuang-Roslne Lemon def. Robert McCoftf-Judy Hasli- man, 15-10, 11-15, .15-3; N.G. Boon Bee- Retno Koestiiah def. Larry Sabln- Carlene Starkey, 15-11, 15-9; Erland Kops-P.M. Hansen def. Ray Park- Patiric Aanew, 15-6, 15-4; Donald Paup- Helen Tlbbetts def. Ratanaseanguang- Lemon, 15-8, 15-8; Ippel Koiima- Ratanaseangsuang def. Paup-Jim Poole, 15-5, 10-15, 15-9; McColn-Tony Jordan def. Tan Alk Huang-Tan Alk Mong, 15-10, 15-9; Other teams advancing to semifinals: Kops-Joe Alston, Boon Bee-Gunalan; advancing in singles: Mrs. Hashman, Sue Peard, Tvna Barlnaga, Eva Pwedberg, Miss Klestl ah, Mrs. Tibbetts, Mrs. Hansen. Chapman 5, Wyoming 4 Fullerton State 4, Wvomlnq 1 New Mexico 5, Fullerton Slate 3' RIVERSIDE INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT Brigham Young 15, Delaware 12 ' Hockey INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE PLAYOFFS _ , Semifinals i Davton 2, Fort Wayne 1 (Davton leads best of 5 series, 2-0). Muskegon 6, Toledo 4 (best of 7 wrtes tied, 1-1) GAUCHO By JuitlH Char-Brown Water Buff»!a Calf. For Work Or Play See Clay For All Your Booi and Hat WEAR Downtown 42 N. Central EXCITING Dog Racing! APACHE GREYHOUND PARK Highway 60 at Apache Jet Pacing Wed. thru Sun. nights Admission 50£ * children welcome PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING Funks' Greyhound Racing Circuit It's Worth Your While to Go An Extra Mile: TRUCKS! GALORE! 50 TO CHOOSE FROM!! • Fleetside • Heater • V-8 • Gauges Long Wheel Base 5814 N. W. 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