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PCX statistics Mi c Man 8 w-^tturMLW. pirn** Hawaii Tacoma feStiilijil INDIVIDl Minimum Haw —TimriF HSW 6ifckn*r, Soft HK3F iorekS» W PERCENTAGE-Wl .340; RUNS - Dovs HITS - Bobbv V .311 •Winston Lienas, Haw, •^'-"'IpT !»M lentlne, SPO, ^obby V»l*n- w, jit innce BASE HITS • Valentine, SPO; Dave Robinson, Val jl; H SPO; D UNS - Minimum 1M Innint* w l_ IP h_ er bb «p era TE hx, 16; IN- Garibaldi, - Bob Gari- NINGS PITCH Phx, 21<; HITS ALOWED baldl, Pfw, 201; HOME RUNS ALLOWED - Dwmls Sjnnett, Haw, 25; HIT BATSMEN - Darre I Brandon, Tuc, 11; WILD PITCHES - Larry Colton, T»c, 11. LEFT FOOT AS THE RELEASE BEGINS. WEIGHT SHOULD REIflfllN ON THE INSIDE OF THE LEFT FOOT UNTIL THE CLUB IS ABOUT TWO FEET PftST IMMcrr; THEN SHIFTS TO THE OUT51DB. WEIGHT _ DISTRIBUTION THROUGHOUT THE SWING PARTS ONTW DOWNSWING: THE WEIGHT SHIFTS LEFT UNTIL YOU FEEL THE MAJORITY OF THE WEIGHT IS ON THE In modified race All Harrell leading pack FINISH. ABOUT 05* OF THE WEIGHT SHOULD BK ON IW LEFT FOOT. 33 C Robert Harrell has resumed his position atop the limited modified standings but one slip and Gary Craddock will be ready to take over. Harrell, who was idle for three weeks while Craddock moved past him, won his third main event two weeks ago and seeks to add to that total tonight at Manzanita Speedway. Claimers, with Ron Schofield hiding from the field, fill the second half of the doubleheader. Harrell holds a skimpy 19 MOOIPIID STANDINGS son ft. Bowling Tips By DON CARTER I MLIfcM TMIRV «JT|B» MCONPfTIP PIR*T»TIP •TART ASH most offensive grid team of 1960s Arizona State was the most offensive college football team of the 1960s, according to statistics released by the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau. The Sun Devils ranked No. 1 in both scoring, with a 27.7 points per game, and total of- THE FOUR STEP DELIVERY There is nothing sacred about the number of steps a bowler should use in his approach. However, I suggest four steps for most people. Start with the right foot, taking • half-step, and gradually increase the size of your steps at yon near the foul line. Yon should slide a few inches as you release die ball. SPORTS MENU TODAY PRO BASEBALL-Phoenix Giants at Hawaii. LEGION BASEBALL — American Lealan State Tournament, Mesa Ren- dezvoui Park, 6 p.m., DOO tACINC-Black Canyon Greyhound Park, S p.m. PRO WRESTLING- Madison Square Garden, 8:15 p.m. SWIMMING—Sunnyslope Invitational, Open & Ase Group, 50 meter. AUTO RACING—Manzanita Speedway-Limited Modified! I Clalmers/g P.m. fense at 359 rushing - passing yards per game during the past decade. The Devils finished in the Top Ten seven years in total offense and six years in scoring while winning only one statistical crown (total offense in 1962). • • • The Top Ten for the past decade, with regular season won - lost totals in parenthesis: °" ENSi Arizona State (72-26-1) Utah State (68-27-3) Notre Dame (42-33-4) New Mexico St. (60-37-3) Memphis «* 'm.4i.n Arkansas Memphis St. Arkansas (80-19- Dartmouth (48-J2-0) Pt*.P9 Princeton Texas (80-1 Penn Stat -24-0) 24.2 23.7 PMP MSH AII-St»r game, staff, I p.m. •ASKETBALL - North-South Lumberjack Gym, Flaa- TOMORROW Legion de S8l „. ho A3V 9p ™ way-OSR Giants «t -«p,^> — American irnament, AAesa Ren- Canyon Orey- .—'Manianlta Speed..... .....jets i> Late Model -.1 p.m. A DRAO RACING—Phoenix Dragway— trials 4:30 p.m.; eliminations 8 p.m. WIMMINO-Sunnyslope Invitational, Open 4 Age Group, so meter. 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