Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 5, 1969 · Page 112
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 112

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; Cancer no i match for * grid coach . o Associated Press WADLEY, Ala. - Weakened by cancer which has forced the amputation of one ,leg, ex-Coach Carter Mays proviled the inspiration for the Wadley High School football team to complete its 1969 , season undefeated. r4 Lying on a stretcher at the - sidelines, Mays, 30, helped * guide the, team to victory in • each of its first seven games. The * Arizona Young Tom ages as Raiders await Eloy's Mat one By HARDY PRICE Young Tom Dingman is just likely to age quite a bit this week. If his hair gets a couple of shades lighter, someone is likely to offer him a cane. The personable mentor of the Ajo Red Raiders finds himself in the unenviable position of figuring out how to stop Ben Malone and Company Friday night in the state's featured prep game. Malone is the all-state full- What would football be without confusion? back of the Eloy Dust Devils, Arizona's premier Class A football team. Ajo is No. 2, and Dingman thinks his Red Raiders will try harder. "Basically we feel that if we can contain them wide," he said, "and force 'em to the inside then we've got a chance.' Malone is the one man Dingman wants his defensive troops to force inside. "Malone is probably the best back I've seen running to daylight," he continued. "If there's no hole he slides and that's something you don't teach a kid. "This has really got me concerned. He's going to carry about £5 times and sometime or another he's going to get free. We're trying to get some keys, shut 'em out wide and make 'em work for the score." But by the same token He had transfusion strength to nal game Reeltown, tris year, scoreless. to have a blood to muster the make it to the fi- last Friday with also undefeated The game ended Mike Langley, who succeeded Mays as coach this season, -gives him full credit for the team's showing. "We were not doing too well in the first game of the season," Langley said, " and then the team saw Coach Mays coming through the gate on his stretcher. "Some of the players had tears in their eyes. This was a dramatic moment. The players were moved by this. This really meant something to them. Once he got in the stadium, we played a great game." Mays attended each game, although he had to leave two at haJftime. "But we were winning and he didn't mind leaving so bad," Mrs. Mays said. Mays coached the 1968 team on crutches after his left leg was amputated and ran up eight victories against a single lefeat. When he was admitted to the hospital this year, townspeople contributed thousands of dollars toward the bills. . All season Mays stayed in the hospital during the week, 'conserving his energy so he could get to the games. In 'one game he suggested three plays which went for touchdowns. Ump Tremblay switches to NL , CINCINNATI (AP) — Na' tional League president Warren C. Giles announced the purchase of the contract of Umpire Dick Tremblay from thhe International League. Tremblay, 34, a native of Providence, R.I., started with the Florida State League in 1965 and worked in the Carolina League and the Southern League. NEW YORK (AP) - Mark Duncan, director of personnel In the office of pro football commissioner Pete Rozelle, has explained a controversial ruling in Sunday's Minnesota-Chicago, game in the National Football League. Chicago had kicked off to Bolt pursues :,000 purse SCOTTSDALE - Winner of three prestige seniors competitions this year, Tommy Bolt — who would like you to believe he's toned down from terrible tempered to tolerant — would like nothing better than to beat some of the younger guys here in next week's $50,000 PGA Club Professional Championship. In last year's inaugural of the new PGA event, Bolt battled for the lead through 54 holes, knocked in a sensational eagle-2 on a par-4 hole and finished in a tie for sixth. That's not good enough for Bolt, though, and you can bet he has designs on nothing but top money of $8,000 this time around. The 51-year-old pro's earnings this year total $27,935, of which $14,235 was picked up in 11 PGA tour appearances and $13,700 in the three seniors triumphs. The total is some $1,000 more than he won in his best previous year, 1958, when he took the U.S. Open crown. Bolt, not the greatest of putters, has one of the best iron games in the business. "It used to be I could look at a putt and see nine ways for it to go into the hole and only one way it could miss," he said. "Now. ... I can see nine ways for it to miss." France turf ace Doyasbere dies > PARIS (AP) — Jacques Doyasbere, 49, who rode more than 1,800 winners before he retired as a jockey in ;1962, died Monday night at •;his home near Chantilly. He is the only jocky to have won the Priz De L'Arc De Trimphe four times. Discover America's Largest Selling Cigar It's not only a 1970 Volvo. 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For further information on Europe and swimming pools, consult your Yellow Pages, •.,'•" For further information on the car that makes them possible, consult us, Minnesota in the second period and Clint Jones of the Vikings had trouble fielding the ball on the six, the ball slithering into the end zone where it was recovered by Charlie West of the Vikings. Referee George Rennix ruled the ball had touched Jones' foot and penalized the Vikings 15 yards for kicking the ball. The Bears subsequently kicked off again from the Vikings' 45. "The report from the official was that Minnesota fumbled the kickoff," said Duncan, "and a Minnesota player kicked the ball. This is a foul on a loose ball. The official blew his whistle, ending the play right then and there. The penalty is enforced from the preceding spot (the kickoff position on the Chicago 40). "If the whistle had not blown the ball dead and a Minnesota player recovered, it would have been up to Minnesota to get it out of the end zone or have a safety called. But blowing the whistle ended the play." Cortez sights No. 1 AP preps Associated Press The recollection of a year-old defeat is still fresh in the minds of the Cortez High School football team. They hope to sweeten the memory Friday. Cortez lost to St. Mary's, 31-28, on a 41-yard field goal in the final 15 seconds of the game last year. The victory enabled St. Mary's to laer School 1. Westwood 2. St. Mary's 3. Central 4. Tucson 5. Cortez 6. Saguaro 7. McCllntocIc 8. Marvvale 9 Amphitheater 10. South Mountain Won-Lost Pts. Opp. 8-0 340 74 7-0 207 40 225 185 8-0 7-0 8-0 7-1 243 237 270 172 159 Here is the Class AA-C top 10, a: selected by The Associated Press, first place votes In parentheses: 1. Eloy, 7-0 2. Round Valley, 7-0 3. Safford, 7-0 4. Parker, 7-0 5. Pima, 6-0 6. Wlnslow, 6-0-1 7. Alo, 7-0 8. Paradise, Valley, 4-M 9. Aaua Frla, 6-1 10. (tie) Antelope, 6-1 Florence,6-l _ (ii) 145 (1) 93 •^l^^xm^j^^^i^ii^^^f^ win its second straight state championship. Another good game is likely this year. St. Mary's is 7-0 and ranked first again this week in The Associated Press Class AAA ranking. Cortez is 8-0 and ranked fourth. Friday' matchup will decide the Skyline Conference B League title. Dingman must admit that the Dust Devils will be trying to put the stops on halfback C. W. Mead. , Mead has picked up 972 yards in seven games for a 7.2 average and 19 touchdowns. Then Eloy coach Lon Foster must consider containing quarterback Tony Maya, who has connected on 46 of 85 for 951 yards and 19 touchdowns. "We feel like no one has been able to stop the two of them together," said Dingman, "If they (Eloy) stop both of them (Mead and Maya), they'll beat us. If they stop just one, well it'll be a heck of a ball game." There can be some interesting comparisons drawn between the two teams. Both are 7-0, Ajo has scored 243 points for a 34.7 average and allowed 66 for a 9.4 mark, while Eloy has totaled 283 for a 40.4 mean and have let the opponents score 56 for an even 8 points a game. "It should be interesting because we're so much alike," concluded Dingman. "If we can hold them to a reasonable score, it's going to be real tight." (Tomorrow Eloy coach Lon Foster looks at the Ajo Red Raiders.) Ramos becomes dad LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Mando Ramos, lightweight champion of the world, became a father yesterday when his wife, the former Stella Seja, gave birth to a 6-pound, 14-ounce son, Armando Jr. FALS1AFE 6 PAK 12 oz. Bottles ON SALE plus taxes • ADJUST BANDS • CLEAN SCREEN • NEW FLUID REG. $12.55 . ADJUST LINKAGE TOTAL LABOR SEALS— 4 MR. SERVICE SERVICE TODAY! 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