Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1969 · Page 56
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 56

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, April 4, 1969
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Arizona Republic I li ., April 4, 1969 Niclklaue THE '69 MASTERS NAY PLAN FOR NO. 9 «OYDS. PflR* IU TRY TO HIT fl RIGHT- TO-LEFT TEE SHOT ON THIS 'DOG-LEG LEFT HOLE flND WITH AS MUCH DISTANCE AS POSSIBLE. i I ft REAL BIG */ DRIVE WILL GO TO^ Wrl THE BOTTOM OF HILL, GIVING'^E FLflT LIE """"' ' " SECOND SHOT. THI GIVE ME flN OVER fl LOT OF t (WHO WILL BE FROM fl DOWN- ft GREEN THfiT HOLD IF t DO GET TO THE BOTTOM, I'LL ft WEDGE 'SECO FflVORING THE RIGHT OF THE GREEN fiWR FROM THE TROUBLE All Right* Reserved Dirt. FubHshen-HaB Sradfcuto DAVE I HICKS IT IS ONLY rarely violated. But there is always the lurking threat that football's unwritten code of coaching pessimism (the proverbial bottle is half-empty, not half-full) will be endangered consistently. The coaching profession must be ever alert to correct foolish young optimists. And it has done a remarkably effective job. But periodically, drunk with the spring practice grandeur of a possible 10-0 next fall, someone will wax confident. He then is referred to the teachings of a master. Frank Leahy was to college football in a (pessimistic vein what Ernie HICKS Banks is to major league baseball at an opposite extreme. Leahy was never precisely noted for being able, during an April shower, to conjure up visions of May flowers. An excellent example of the Leahy dedication to this unwritten code can be traced to springtime 20 years ago, South Bend, Ind. The Irish, it should be noted, had not been defeated in three seasons, their major challenges a scoreless tie with Army in '46 and a 14-14 standoff with Southern Cal in '48. But the woes were obvious. Leahy glumly surveyed his bleak spring camp and counted The future: Darkly Clendehon case ended SPORTS MENU Wildcat golfers share 2nd LAS CRUCES, N.M. - The University of Arizona is tied for fourth place in the New Mexico State Intercollegiate golf tournament after one round of play. TTie Wildcats and Sul Ross are at 299, 12 strokes back of leading New Mexico State. Glendale Community College is eighth at 312. Drue Johnson paced Arizona yesterday with a 74 while the Gauchos were led by Dave Divine's 75. Ben Kern of New Mexico State, tournament defending champion, is individual leader at 68. A first team All- American last year, Kern is one stroke up on New Mexico's Terry Dear. Second round will be played today with the concluding round of the three round tournament taking place tomorrow. TODAY COLLEGE BASEBALL — Wisconsin it ASU, 3 p.m.; Iowa at Grand Canyon COLLEGE •I ASU (2) . Munv 7:30 p.m. Cc at San Diego Invitational. HORSE RACING - at Turf Paradise, first post 1:30 p.m. p.m.) vs. Amarillo at Casa Grande TOMORROW BASEBALL — Wi_s.cons!n Iowa at UofA (2). NA. U EXHIBITION BASEBALL vs.. Tacoma at Casa. Grande (1 p.m.) Phoenix i\unv 7:30 p.m. Iowa at Uo'f.. ._. vs. LaVerne at. Phoenix (10 a.m. owa at UofA (_ ... =-,--..=—, .'hoenlx (10 a.m.) NAl vs. Colorado Mine* at Phoenix (1 p.m.). COLLEGE TRACK - ASU at Sa Jose State; LOTB Beach ' raska at UofA. Mesa, P Oakland vs. Des Molnes, l p.m., Rendezvous Park. AUTO RACING — CRA sprint cars at Manzanlfa Speedway, qualifying at 7:30, trophy dash at 8:30. only four players who would be All-Americas the next season — end Leon Hart, end-tumed-tackle Jim Martin, quarterback Bob Williams and halfback Emil Sitko. Sports page microfilms substantiate Leahy's reaction: "We'll have the worst team Notre Dame has ever had .. . we'll lose seven games!" It had taken the Irish seven previous seasons to drop that many, and it would take them the next four seasons to reach that total. But there was the unwritten code to honor. So Leahy steadfastly forecast the end of mankind as we know it, and meekly shepherded his flock to the mass murder next fall. The Irish nipped Indiana, 49-6. Then they slipped past Washington, 27-2. They sneaked past Purdue, 35-12. Tulane was "too rugged" before falling, 46-7. Ah, Navy would annihilate Notre Dame. 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