Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 17, 1970 · Page 85
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 85

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, June 17, 1970
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4« e Arizona Republic Wed., Jtm« 17, 1370 Sports briefly AIA needs grid ref s for fall The Arizona Interscholastic Association is currently registering officials for the approaching high school football season. Any male high school graduate over 18 years of age, with a football background, is encouraged to inquire about this opportunity. Approximately 150 new officials will be needed In areas throughout the state. For further information write to: Arizona Interscholastic Association, 2102 W. Indian School Rd., Phoenix Arizona, 85015, or call 264-4991. Track meets set A series of four all-comers track meets is sceduled at South Mountain High School, the first beginning today at 6 p.m. The meet today is to give participants an opportunity to register and also practice before the first competitive meet to be held June 24th. Two other meets are scheduled for July 15 and 20. For further information contact Richard Thompson at 253-9223. Thompson is directing the meets in cooperation with the Phoenix Parks and Recreation department. , Age groups and events are: Group 1 9-10-11 years old) SO, 200, 440, long . lump, and high jump; Group II (12-13 years old) 100, 220, 440 relay, long lump, and high lump; Group III (14-15 years old) 100. 220, 440, 440-relay, long lump, and high lump; Group IV (16-1718 years old) 100, 220, 440, 440-relay, long lump, and high lump; and Group V lover 18 years old) 100, 220, 440, 440-relay, lonq lump, and high lump. Spiva gets nod The league-leading Phoenix Westerners, with Darlene Spiva on the mound, meet the Mesa Jaydettes, Dorothy Dayton pitching, tonight at 7:30 p.m., Crocket Field, 36th St. and E. Fillmore. Tomorrow night the Phoenix Blues face the Phoenix Sandettes. Bowling Tipg By Don Carter Net meet down to 16 FINGERS DO LIFTING The fingers, not the thumb, lift the ball and guide It toward the strike zone. If you are holding the ball correctly, your thumb will be completely out of the hole while your fingers are imparting the lift that can result in a strike. SALT LAKE CITY (UPI)UCLA's Haroon Rahim and Miami's Pat Cramer blasted to victories yesterday in the NCAA tennis championships. The tournament's two top seeded players registered straight set victories as the field was whittled to 16 for the singles crown. Six schools, including defending champion Southern California, advanced two players each into today's fifth round. The others are UCLA, Utah, Rice, Trinity and Miami (Fla.). Rahim cut down Earle Freeman of Tennessee and Jim Rombeau of Houston by scores of 6-2, 6-2 and 6-4, 6-3 to advance to the round-oM6 with relative ease. Cramer beat Chris Greendale of Southern Illinois, 6-4, 6-3 and Dick Bohnstedt of USC, 6-2, 6-4. With four singles rounds Mcklaus moves up NEW YORK (AP) - Jack Nicklaus has advanced from 10th place to sixth in pro golf's weekly money-winning race. Nicklaus finished in a tie for third in the Western Open, earning $5,905 for a total of $72,235, and became the only player among the leaders to change his position. Lee Trevino, who also leads in points with 987.8, remained No. 1 in money-winning with $109,583, followed by Dick Lotz, $107,172, Gary Player, $88,078, Bob Lunn, $73,490, Miller Barber, $72,702, Nicklaus, Frank Beard, $70,892, Billy Casper, $69,483, Homero Blancas, $68,228, and Dave Hill, $67,581. Behind Trevino in the point standings are Lunn, 886.9, Lotz, 860.0, Blancas, 796.6, Beard, 786.9, Bruce Crampton, 755.0, Bob Charles, 749.6, Barber, 747.0, Tommy Aaron, 720.6, and Larry Hinson, 718.7. completed, UCLA and USC were tied for the lead in team standings with 14 points apiece. Trinity was second with 13, followed by Rice with 12, Miami and Utah with 11 each, Stanford with 9 and Arizona and BYU with 8 apiece. '3«IBB Enjoy more relaxed golf on a superb championship 18-hole course in the shadows of the McDowell Mountains. • $3 weekday green fees • $5 on weekends & holidays ELECTRIC CAJTS AVMUILE RESERVETEE-OFFTIMEBY PHONE 948*8911 Gene Alyea PGA Profusion*! I SCOTTSDALE INN&COUNTRYCLUB 7702 E. SUM BLVD. SCOTTSOAIE CSL STANDINGS Team W L Phoenix Westerners 12 2 Phoenix Sandeltes A 2 Phoenix Blues 8 i Tucson Jack Ellis 5 9 Us Vegas Belles 5 9 Mesa Jaydettes 3 9 •Prescott Nuggets 0 4 Pet. GB .857 .750 3 .M7 3 .357 7 .357 7 .250 8 v All-American "9" selected OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - The 1970 College Division Ail- American baseball team, selected by the American Association of College Baseball Coaches, was announced yesterday. It included: First base-Steve Rapes, Central Michigan. Second base—Greg Pryor, Florida Southern. Shortshop — Joe Soto, Sacramento State. Third base — Mike Fulford, Stet- ^•' "WM3CI3 •Associate Member Garibaldi quits SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Dick Garibaldi, whose Santa Clara University basketball teams compiled a 138-77 record during his eight years as coach, said yesterday he is resigning to join the Converse Rubber Co. Carroll Williams, freshman coach and assistant on the varsity for seven years, was named to succeed Garibaldi. son. Outfielders — Juhan Laurits, Springfield, Mass.; Jack Brushert, Chapman; Randy Gettman, Adams State. Catcher — Frank Rossi, Montclair State. Pitchers — Lew Lerner, San Fernando Valley. State, , and Ken Watkins, Southwest Missouri State. COOLEST BUY IN TOWN THERMO KING auto a|r conditioning Total Price $199.00 Let an Expert do It. Air Conditioning is our Only Butlnttsi Includes i Blade Fan, Freen, 2 Year Warranty SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Budget Payment Terms One Day Installation ALL SERVICE AUTO SPECIALISTS 851 Vi E. Comelbock 274-1972 • 274-2098 MEN'S SEMI-ANNUAL SHOE SALES FAMOUS BRANDS FROM CURRENT STOCK . . . 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