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CITY $4 the Arizona Republic iitt^^ Flioenl*, Wed., Nov. 5, 1969 IM vi; n i CKS Call on time: 9:30 sharp Stewart pressing for L-Jack records » B ' LLN T , ££*"*•«->"•"* ^,—g™ sr KWWSft If° i" if I! 1 iril 11 XSco'Yi That pu ls him 34 oomp,, rfttfelt ' FJ^^MSS S* '> 8 ,H 1 SM-%""^,' - ^S5£*SS E** i fe j s DIS 'N 1 DATA . . . Aft oft-expressed rap against professional basketball referees is that one (usually the senior partner) dominates decision- making during a game. '*It was Pete Newell, general manager of the San Diego ftockets, who glanced at the officiating tandem assigned to a game here recently and predicted: ;! "(Name of official) won't make a call until 9:30." •' During the second half, (name of official) was involved in a Key decision, and as he made the call Suns coach Johnny Ken 1 Checked his watch and broke up. •'•: Time: 9:30. ASU-ex Joe Caldwell of the Atlanta Hawks is on a first- name basis with Hot Rod Hundley, who assists Bob Vache this season during Suns' broadcasts. "Hi, Hot," Joe always says. ; And speaking of heat, A^State grid boss Frank Rush was at his hottest, officials-blistering best at one juncture of the Wyoming victory. . : Kush was restrained by several players coming off the field tfttid one-by-one they rammed him backward out of the officials' trange. f< Which prompted ASU basketball coach Ned Wulk, observing |from the pressbox, to remark: f' "That's the first time Frank has ever had to go through his [own hamburger drill." I: •' ' • • • • '.. . ' | ^Success story: |, Their record .getaway in the NBA season has earned New fork's Knicks a record amount of attention. Traveling with |he club on its first western swing are, count 'em, seven (7) writers. Sun Devil defensive back Seth Miller suffered a foot injury In the second half Saturday as A-State was thumping Wyoming. But leave the game? "Heck, no," said Miller. "My folks came this far (from Rock- Jord 111.) to see me play once in college. I'll finish the game." <•' '•*- . •> '. |; Half of the Western AC's basketball teams of last season. |were among the nation's leaders in traveling (and that doesn't "jan illegal steps). Nfew Mexico's Lobos logged 12,174 miles, Arizona 11,500, Utah 10,807' and Brigham Young 9,500. UCLA charted 22,523 miles as the nation's most-traveled team. By BILL NIXON With two games to play (Eastern New Mexico, Fresno State), it's feasible that Northern Arizona University's classy quarterback, Bob Stewart, could erase Mike Olson's name from the NAU record book in all but one category . . . passing attempts. Olson, elected co-captain for 1969 but who quit the team this fall because of an ulcer, was running second team behind Stewart right from the beginning. Mike has several substantial records in the Axer brochure, all established in the 1968 season. He completed 139 of 322 passes for 1,977 yards and 19 touchdowns. Currently, Stewart has 105 of 199 downs. That, puts him 34 completions, 342 yards and five touchdowns behind. But don't count out the 205 - pound senior from Long Beach. Calif. In the final 15 minutes last Saturday he tossed a trio of scoring aerials as NAU clipped favored Weber State. And his 368 yards against the Wildcats blotted out another Olson mark . . . 312. The real record - breaker at NAU is flankerback Charlie Brown. Charlie's school records posted in eight-game totals are 45 receptions, and 870 yards. He needs one more TD catch to replace the mark held jointly by Al Rex in 1958 and Bob Grey last season. Statistics reflect that NAU counts heavily on the passing game. The Axers, hoping to rise from their 13th ranking of last week in the Associated Press small college poll, have averaged 258.2 yards through the air compared to only 117.0 on the ground. In all but two games (Cal Poly and Whitworth), the opposition has had superior running backs. The Lumberjacks this Saturday at Flagstaff clash with an old rival, the Greyhounds of Eastern. New Mexico University. It's the final home game of 1969 for the L-jacks. NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY EIGHT-GAME STATISTICS VT 1W-105-12 mhauer 3«-i?-i Ed Kelly Four Enemy Fumbles PASSING Stewart Beckenhauer Johnson Olson NAU totals OPP. totals 366 . .400 "M-1 1 5-4-0 258-134-14 2066 (game average — 258.2) 186-75-11 1107 7 (game average — 138.3) B . Brown e<in Pharr *—New school Reeorti*. **—Ties School Record. RUSHINO Tatg Jackson Walker DeGrenler Beckenhatier Campbell Stewart NAU totalt OPP. total* SCORINO C. Brown Campbell Tate Jackson Grey Stewart Dean DeGrenler B. Brown i Maler 1 Beckenhauer 1 Colter 0 NAU Totals 32 OPP. totals 18 SCORE BY QUARTERS 8ft!!' 3 § avs. f io 14.6 II 12.0 'l:o 151 No. lost 10 Joettcher, Bennett, -(Ills, Hlavac, Holmes. — Kelly 4, Anderson 3, , Duley. FuPor, Cox, *V9. Sports menu TODAY PRO HOCKEY — Phoenix Roadrun- DOG RACING'— Phoenix Greyhound . p r Rb BASEBALL — instructional League — Cubs vs. Braves, Phoenix Municipal Stadium; Kansas City, vs. Ansels, Mesa Rendezvous Park; ~'3nts vs. Pilots, Tempe Pilots' Field; .dgers vs. Mesa B, Mesa complex — games 1:30 p.m. TOMORROW bOO RACING — Phoenix Greyhound Mnseis, g iants eager all gam 24x. 15x16 ...EBALL — Instructional Mesa B vs. Giants, Phoenix Municipal Stadium; ' Brav'es'"vs.' "Dodo- & Park; Antjfe.. vs. .Cubs, Scottsdale Stadium; Pilots ers. Mesa Rendezvous vs. Kansas City, Tempe Pilots' Field — all games 1:30 p.m. PRO BASKETBA FRIDAY --,LI Mr. Right wins Trenton 'Cap Phoenix Sunj ..KEY — Phoenix Roadrunners at Salt Lake City. DOG RACING — Phoenix Greyhound PRO WRESTLING - Phoenix Madison Square Garden, 8:15 p.m. . . „ .PRO BASEBALL — Instructional Leaque — Kansas City vs. Braves, Phoenix Municipal Stadium; Giants vs. Angels, Mesa Rendezvous Park; Dodgers vs. Pilots Field; Cubs vs. Mes •t Los Anqel PRO. HOC Favored Verbatim runs out of money Associated Press CHERRY HILL, N.J. — Saving all the ground on the rail, Mr. Right took the lead with a quarter of a mile to go and won the $57,450 Trenton Handicap at Garden State Park yesterday for the third straight year. Ridden by Angel Cordero Jr., the 6-year-old bay horse earned $37,342 for the Dansar Stable, whose owners include singer Frank Sinatra. Mr. Right car- B, Mesa Com- net"** FAN FARE By Walt Dilsen i, first rsc« SATURDAY ASU FOOTBALL — Arizona State vs. New Mexico, Albuquerque, N.M. UofA FOOTBALL — Arizona vs. Syracuse, Syracuse, N.Y. NAU FOOTBALL — Eastern New Mexico at Northern Arizona, Lumberjack Stadium, Flaostaff. . JUCO FOOTBALL — Mesa at Phoe-' nix; Arizona Western a) Glendale; Eastern Arizona at Taft, Calif. DOG RACING — Phoenix Greyhound pa p r Rb 8 "BASEBALL — instructions) Leaque — Dodgers vs. Giants, Phoenix Municipal Stadium; Kansas City vs. Cubs, Scottsdale Stadium; Braves vs. Ansels, Mesa Rendezvous Park; Pilots vs. Mesa B, Mesa Complex — all games 1:30 p.m. AUTO RACING ._. Ited modifleds and clalmers, :30 p.m. "RACING—Closing race for llrrt- difleds and clalmers,'first .race Sports briefly ' ' JL :' ' - ' • • ' .' •.'•/ *-• Mets rehire staff NEW YORK (AP) -, The New York Mets announced the rehiring of the coaching staff of Yogi Berra, Rube iWalker, Eddie Yost and Joe fcignatano yesterday and. also revealed that first baseman PpmrClendenon will undergo Sninor~toe surgery. f-Johh Murphy, general man- jager of the world champions, Disclosed the club had adjusted Clendenon's two-year con- itract in view of his contribu- £ion to the club's success. Clendenon was named outstanding player in the World Series when he hit three pome runs. f "In view of erroneous speculation that Donn wanted to renegotiate the terms of his contract," said Murphy, "it is .only fair to emphasize that the decision to offer him a .well-deserved increase was a voluntary gesture on the part of the club and myself-." Pilots sold, report says ; CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — An agreement was reached yesterday between William R. Daley of Cleveland and Seattle businessman Fred Danz for the sale of the Seattle . Pilots, the Cleveland Plaind Dealer said in its Wednesday editions. Benveniiti trains TRIESTE, Italy (AP) — World middleweight champion. Nino Benvenuti of Italy began training with two American sparring partners yesterday for his world title bout against Luis Rodriguez of the United States in, Rome Nov. 22. ;•Scibelli sidelined LOS ANGELES (AP) - Offensive guard Joe Scibelli of the Los Angeles Rams was declared out for the rest of the season yesterday with torn ligaments in his right knee, a team spokesman said. He was to undergo surgery by team physician Danny Levinthal at St. John's Hospital in Santa Monica. New game site SACRAMENTO (UPI) — Sacramento State College yesterday switched its weekend home football game with University of Puget Sound to a larger stadium and said it would give the profits to its program for underprivileged students. Dr. Otto Butz, acting president of SSC, scotched reports the game proceeds would be given to Holy Cross. ried 121 pounds the IVt mile distance in 2:05% to win by a length over Calandrito, a 4- year-old colt from South America. Calandrito finished three lengths ahead of King's Palace, who set most of the pace. Mr. Right, the first horse ever to win the 27-year-old Trenton three times, returned $9.60, $5 and $4.60. Calandrito paid/ $8.80 and $5.20 and King's'Palace,$5.40. The 3-2 favorite Verbatim finished fourth, followed by Spring Double, the second choice at 2-1 with the crowd of 23,108. i Mr. Right won the Suburban Handicap at Aqueduct this summer and in his most recent race Oct. 4 finished second to Calandrito in a mile race in Detroit. It was his third victory in nine starts this year and boosted his 1969 earnings to $137,822. Emanuel Mittman's Vent Bay Meadows Clear and Fast FIRST RACE~$2,30C ' ~ Pats Chamois (Gonzalez) 28.40 Noble Note (Hernandez; Jedgarette (Hamilton) 3YO up, t f. 8.20 ,f:i°o 12.60 10.00 3.60 3.00 3.40 ..J.400, el, 2YO, ( f. Color Print jTohl/l) 9.40 4.1 Mr. Dynamite (Volzke) • 4.: Sfararco (Pelchoto) DAILY'DOUBLE (7-i) PAID $21440. PaT H MiSrt^S^«VW 5.60 4.60 Pnoiar Lane (Freeman) 4.20 3.40 np The Gun (Pierce) 6.60 OlfRTH—$2,700, d, 3YO UP, il. istard League (Pierced ,29.00 13.00 7.80 ^awn (Christian) 6.80 5.00 reeman) 6.80 el, JYO, t f. (GpnFalezJ .. 24.00 10.60 Jump T Tim- Mu.- --(Pierce) Comes The D Mr Gusto (F Brown Giant z) Mr. Frank Q ---- nnv Con (Yake) 24.1 (Lanoway) ' " 8l40 1:10%. H—13,200, cl, )YO up, 1 ml. 5.60 6.00 5.00 Licorice (Gonzalez) '3.80" "2,80. 2.6 -Fair Paper (Vplzke) , 15.30 '.? Two La La (Hawkenson) Time 1:36%. SEVENTH— $5,000, c!, 3YO UP, 61. Hurricane Gus (Jennings) Tumbling Rope (Volzke) WllU.Destinv.LPelchpto) 23.20 8.80 4.40 4.60 3.00 ichpto) 3.40 alwc, 2YO, t furlongs Glorious Occasion (Trevlno) 6.80 3.80 Gallant Beauty (Nono) 5.00 Je_.RevIens__(Leonard) elms, SYO. 1 mil* 21.00 1 Du Nord and Watermill Farms' Zarco won the split divisions of the $46,250 Knickerbocker Handicap on the grass at Aqueduct race track with brother jockeys sharing the laurels. Vent Du Nord, a 4-year-old son of Vandale-La Caravelle, ridden by apprentice Rudy Turcotte,. top rider at the meeting, led most of the way to score by a length over Nez Perce. Another two and a half lengths back was Beau of the West. Harem Lady, 6-5 favorite, finished sixth in the field of eight. Vent Du Nord, who shared top .weight with Lostalo at 116 pounds, was timed in 1:573-5 for the mile and three sixteenths, and paid $14.40, 6.20, and $4.40. Nez Perce was $11,80 and $8 and Beau of the West $8. Zarco, a 3-year-old son of Abernant-Madeira, was handled by Ron Turcotte. The time was 1:562-5.' Overlooked in the wagering, Zarco paid $26.40,. $8.60 and $5.80. Red Reality was $3.60 and $2.80 and Eagle's Swoop was $7.60. Each victory was worth $15-031 out of a gross of $23,125. Turf workouts TURF PARADISE Tuesday, Nov. 4 Track Fast Three Furlongs—Barrio Libre 37/2h, Bo El Neal 37/<lh, Born Traveler 35/2hs, Breezy Boy 40/2b, Carnation Boy 39/2b, Clndl Beaman 34hg, Corfu 3?/4b, Callope 35h, Doggie Cox 35/2h, Errard Dutchess Host Turf Paradise interest focused on Inaugural Handicap starters With opening of the Turf Paradise horse racing season one week away, interest is focusing on possible starters in the $3,500 Inaugural Handicap. The 5%-furlong event, feature attraction on the opening card Tuesday, was won last year by William D. The fast-stepping sprinter, trained by George Hazelton Jr., is on the grounds and is a likely starter in the dash for 3-year-olds and up. Another probable starter could come from the formidable Al Vizcaya-trained string, which includes such standouts as Vale of Tears, Nile Fool and Buck's Jet. Vale of Tears, well known to Turf Paradise ians- won sprinter of the meeting honors at the recent Denver campaign. Also possibilities are Mitzy Way, Tucson- owned sprinter trained by Jim Mercer, and Claude Cowan's record-setting Kathryn's Doll. Entries will be taken for Tuesday's inaugural card on Saturday, track officials announced. Several more new names are shipping in horses—Norman Morrill with a dozen from Bay Meadows including Venetian Tales, a good allowance-type runner, and Mary Goldblatt, Corvallis, Ore. Due Nov. 15 is the second sustaining payment of $50 for eligibles to the Arizona Breeders' Futurity and Derby. PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING FIRST POST 8PM Wednesday thru Sunday Admission 50£ Clubhouse 500 extra .. PHOENIX GREYHOUND PARK E.-WASH INGT.pN.'ATf .40th'.STREET. '•"'••• ' Reservations:.Z^fljBl^- '• ;Funks' Greyhound. Raring Circuit Smokey Vafl.ey .Freeman) Sjlpper Upper (Lewis) ,r Mercury (Vo zke) Mi , , rcury ( Ime 1:36%. ^ ' - 3.00 37/2hg, Frans Gold 36/4h, Kings Ho 4.00 36ha, Lockslev Hall 36h. LE BELL 34h 5.20 Lurluck 36/4h, Little Red Seam 38/2 Midway Saly 34/4h9, Medicine Bu.. 3o/2b, Mor Flaas sj/aTi. Prescott's_B ? au 34/2hg, Pair »'» ^^;;^ aI| pu F ebio tendance 8,040. Hondle $812,809. Plain Dealer said the purchase price for the franchise would be $10.5 million. .It said Danz returned last night to Seattle to obtain approval of his other partners and obtain assurance from the city that it would add 3,- OQO seats and rebuild the rfgh,t field bleachers section in>;SicJcs Stadium before next baseball season. City assurance is one of the conditions in the agreement, the paper Daley, who currently controls about 60 per cent of the sjtock, is believed to be reducing his personal holdings from 47 per cent to 3 per cent, the Plain Dealer said. ! The paper said that Daley's two principal partners, Seat- tile brothers Dewey and Max jfprianQ, will bow out of the ownership. They and a third Bother, Milton, owned about 34 per cent of the stock, the "- ^rsaid. •The Plain Dealer said that Dans' group includes 10 oth- $rs, including Ed Carlson, president of Western International Hotels. Indy vets enter Ball Entries of three more Indianapolis veterans yesterday for the Bobby Ball 200 at Phoenix International Raceway Nov. 15 brought the prediction from J. C. Agajanian, managing director, of "the best field ever on a one-mile track." Gordon Johncock, Jim McElreath and Joe Leonard entered the fold. Each has been a winner in the United States Auto Club championship division, and each has the equipment to grab a share of the more than $50,000 prize money. Johncock has moved way up in point standings from his 12th place finish of last season. He's challenging to get No. 3 back on his racer. He finished third in the 1966 campaign. McElreath won the Phoenix 150 in 1966. In the national point standings he finished second once (1966. and third twice (1963, J98.5). Leonard, the former motorcyclist, almost won at Indianapolis with the turbine last year. On this date ONE YEAR AGO Detroit- Pitcher Denny won the American Li Valuable Player Awarcf ......... _-. McLaln American League Most Philadelphia's Gene Mauch was named National League Manager of the Year. TEN,YEAR! AGO Joev Glardello scortd a unanl 10-round boxing decision over Tiger. TWENTY YEARS AGO Arizona State scored a 68-32 homecoming victory over New Mexico A&M before 11,900 fans In Tempe. Fowler Wle a 3S/2h ... -oxv Recover Sugar Coll 36. „ Sea Smaker 38/in ®J??<3XX t - _.,loat She's A Van Four Furlonas— Arlzarb 49h, pan lz te h, p Dyk Wi aer- lze Dyke Sib, 49h, s Daniel Sf&. Enterprlz Erie's Orphan 50/lb. Flxln To Win , Gallant Flower 48/lh, Gunner Girl 49/4hg, Izzy's Betsy 49/4hg, I'll Perform 29/3h, Jacqueline A ^Ob, Janna Jr. 50b, Jerry 6111 49/1h, lOng's Sh K 6111 49/ Kid 49h, Kptf KUj- 49H, Lady Gu_ Pbika' King'Sib, g's of . 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