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June 21, 1964

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10-IDAHO SUNDAY JOURNAL Sunday, June 21, 1964 Men's, Women's Amateur Meet to Highlight Golf Week Highland, Riverside Courses Stoes for State Competition JOHN J. KEAHEY ,'.'_ t Journal Sports Writer i ,Golf Week begins in Poca- ie I lo Monday wilh the start of the Idaho State Amateur Golf Tournament for women and it will end with the finals Sunday of (he Idaho State Amateur Golf Tournament for men. Registration is scheduled '.or women golfers Monday at 8 a.m. with the actual competition beginning Tuesday. The contestants will meet at Riverside Golf Course at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday for a coffee hour and at 8 a.m. they will be paired according to handicaps. The first 18 holes will be the qualifying round: First round niatches start al 8 a.m. Wednesday and a derby is planned for 3 p.m. at the Pocatello Country Club course. On Thursday, second round niatches will proceed a putting and driving contest at Riverside. The contest will run from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Semi-final matches will be held on Friday with a nine-hole criers tournament scheduled for 8 a.m. Participants in the criers competition will be made up of losers in the first and second rounds. Extra prizes will be awarded for this tourney. Boston Takes M Win Over Reds in AL By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Stu (The Junk Man) Miller has been out collecting again. Stingy Stu went foraging against Boston Friday night anc salvaged two more games lor Baltimore, preserving 2-1 and 6-5 triumphs over the Red Sox that boosted the Orioles back into first place in the American League. Baltimore now has been In volved in 20 one-run ball games and won 18--an astonishing .900 record in the squeekers. And, a the tail-end of most of them, Miller has lumbered out of the bullpen with his assortment o: easy - looking, Impossible-tc-hii pitches. He made his 25th and 26th appearances of the season against the Red Sox and when the night was over, he had been involved in his 14th and 15th one-run games. The Orioles have won 13 of those and Miller has officially been credited with 11 saves. : A 36-year-old right-hander who set a league record by appearing in 71 games last season Miller has an over-all earnec run average of 1.54 this year In those 15 squeekers, however. he has been somewhat stingier! allowing just one run. While Miller was adding to his collection, former Baltimore reliever Wes Stock added to his amazing record, posting his llth victory without a loss since July 12, 1962, Acquired by Kansas City In a deal for catcher Charley Lau last Sunday, Stock stroked his first major league hit in a career that started in 1961 and received credit for a 5-4 victory over Washington. It was the A's seventh victory in nine games under new Manager Mel McGaha. Elsewhere in the AL, Harmor Killebrew's 21st homer was one of four hit by the Minnesota Twins in a 7-6 victory over Detroit and Bobby Knoop singled in the winning run in the Los Angeles Angels' 2-1 triumph over Cleveland. -The New York Yankees and Chicago were rained out with the second-place White Sox dropping one, game behind the Orioles. In the National League, Philadelphia defeated the New York Mets 2-1 and 7-2, St. Louis defeated San Francisco 3-1, Cin- cjnnati crushed the Los Angeles Dodgers 11-1 and Houston out- slugged Milwaukee 9-7. Chicago 'and Pittsburgh were rained out Hawks, Sox Win In PLB Games 'Portneuf League Baseball action last week included wins by Hawks and the Red Sox. 8n Monday's act/on, the Hawks wfre victorious o v e r Unto Commercial Travelers 19-11 with Orlen Frandsen directing the action from the mound. -Frand sen, Toby Simmons, Greg Helm and Mark Jones made doubles for the winners and UTC players Blake Demuzlo and Arville Foster made two-base hits also. The Red Sox defeated.Brooks JGA 15-11 Tuesday. The .winning pitcher was Ken Jensen. The Sox, after putting JenserTon the mound, came from behind to win, Steve Strah belted a triple for the winners, A combined dinner for men and women golfers competing in the stale competition will be held at Highland Golf Course Club House Friday night. Final Matches Saturday Saturday will see the final matches shot al Riverside, with the championship flight going 36 holes. Presentation of prizes will immediately follow the finals. The 19G2 women's champion Mary Murray and the 1963 champion Helen Tremper have not notified tournament officials as to whether or not they will compete. Throughout the week, the women's division of the Idaho Slate A m a t e u r Golf Association will hold various business meet- ngs after e;ich day's competl- ;ion. Daily dinners and social lours will highlight the week's activities. The men's program of events egins Friday with medal play t Highland. Each contestant vill play IS holes each day of he three-day competition. The irst 18 holes will determine the 'light of the golfers and will count toward the 5-1-hole total ilay. The lowest 32 golfers in he first day's competition will .omprise t h e championship light. The Country Club will spon- or a scotch ball event at 3:30 i.m. Friday. Awards Presentations Sunday On Saturday and Sunday medal play will continue with he presentation of awards chcduled for Sunday afternoon mmediately after the final 18 loles. Trophies will be awarded for he first four places in each 'light plus a medalist award, iaid John Drips, Highland pro. Defending champion Stephan Budge, Hurley, will be on hand to defend his title, Drips said. Local contestants who will try to dethrone the champion will be Arnold "Swede" Peterson who, according to Drips, "has played consistently better on the Highland course than any other amateur." Peterson has shot a 66 to become a co-holder of the course record. Also on hand for the tournament will be Pocatello's Ben Peterson. He won the state title in 1933. Younger golfers who will compete are Mike Bistline, Carl Hoss, John Trimming and Dave Barrett, Drips said. Low handicappers will play early, said Drips, with high handicappers starting later in the day. Players with handicaps from 0-7 should be at Highland between 8-11 a.m.; 8-13, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 14-above, 1-3 p.m. : Pairings for second and third rounds of play will be made Friday and Saturay evenings a n j will be posted at all three Pocatello golf courses and the Bannock Hotel. GOLFER ON THE RUN -- Jumping in the air and then running across the 18th green, Tommy Jacobs lets off steam alter sinking a 60-foot putt lo rack up a six-imder par 64 in second round play of the National Open Golf Championship at Washington Friday. Tacked on to his first round score of 72, Jacobs went out in front with a 36-hule score of 136, one stroke ahead of Arnold Palmer who had 6S-C9--137 for the halfway mark in the contest. (AI Wirephofo) Tourist Anglers Need Special Fishing License Because many out-of-state fishermen always come to Idaho for early-season angling, and thousands of others visit the state during (he summer and fall months, the Fish and Game Department today outlined the fishing license classes and costs for nonresidents. People living in other stastes within striking distance of favorite Idaho fishing waters or planning angling vacations of two weeks or more within the state will save money if they buy nonresident fishing licenses for the season, according to Director John R. Woodworth. Nonresident fishing licenses for seven consecutive days cost $5. The nonresident class for short-time fishermen is $2 for the first day and $1 a day for each consecutive day thereafter. The season license is $15. Spokane Wins, 10-7 SPOKANE (AP) - Bill McMullen's home run in the Hth inning gave Spokane a 10-7 decision over San Diego in a Pacific Coast League baseball game here Friday night. 3 Men Tie for Singles Lead In Twin Falls Trap Tourney TWIN FALLS ( A P ) -- Three|division with 67 while J o h n men tied for the lead in the open- i n g . h a l f of the 200 10-yard singles competition and Kent Harris, Boise, won the Cactus Pete special handicaps as the Pacific International Trapshooting Association's Idaho State Tournament began Friday at the Twin Falls Gun Club facilities. The tournament, which attracted 35 shooters and is expected to hit about 50 entries, will run through Sunday afternoon. The tliree major championships are still to be decided, two on Saturday and one Sunday. The 16-yard singles tit- list will be known by noon Saturday when the final 100 targets of the event will be completed and the doubles king will be crowned in afternoon competition. The handicap singles will be shot Sunday morning. The stage was set for a close finish in the 200 singles with Leland Sabin, Paul; Ken Ohlinger, Gooding, and Lem Hedgepeth. Hedgepeth is not eligible to win the championship, which must go to an Idaho resident, but there are out-of-state prizes. Mrs. Howard Ross, Twin Falls took the lead in the women's Workman, Ruptre, hit 91 to hold a two-bird edge over Dick Cop- soy, Boise, in the junior division. Barney Glavin, II, Twin Falls, an 11-year-old, hit 90 targets for the sub-junior lead. The Cactus Pete's Specialty had a close finish, Harris having to go into a shoot-off before claiming the win over Roy Stanger, Hansen. Both hit 96 of a possible 100 in regulation competition but Harris went through the shoot off with 24 hits in 25 targets while Stanger missed two birds. Mrs. Ross wrapped up the women's title with 75 x 100 while young Glavin was the high junior with 88 x 100,. One Hydro Qualifies GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. (AP) --Only one of the big unlimited hydroplanes diie lo run in Sunday's Dixie Cup Regatta qualified Friday. Buddy Byers of Columbus, Ohio, drove Miss Madison of Madison, Ind. at a 105.882 miles per hour clip. The Miss Madison was the seventh, boat to qualify. Twelve are expected to enter Sunday's six heats. Couldn't Get Off Olson BSAC Heads Finish Meeting; Elect Chairman MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) -- The Big Sky Conference athletic di rectors elected Gene Bourdet o Montana State as chairman fo the coming year. He succeeds J. Neil (Skip) Stahley of the University of Idaho. The directors, who finished up their meeting Saturday, adopted a 12-game baseball schedule during Friday's session instead of the split season operation the conference had this past season. Next year each team will meet four of the five squads in league play and the championship will be determined on a percentage basis. . Weber Stale was picked to hold the cross-country championships Nov. 9 and Idaho State will entertain all lor the spring sports championships -- track, tennis and golf, May 13-14. Director Wally Schwank of Montana was chosen to be vice chairman and secretary of the conference. By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Bobo Olson's face and words told the story of his decision defeat to fohnny Persol more eloquently ban anything else. His head was bowed and tliere were tears in his eyes as he sat on a table in his dressing room Friday night. . "I couldn't get off." he said, 'I wanted to win so badly here. I wanted to look real good. I irained so hard I must Inve left t all in the gym. I was sluggish, ·eal sluggish. I just couldn't put hose combinations together. I'd ike another shot at him." It looks like he'll get the re:urn crack at Persol in, San Francisco's Kezar Pavilion, Aug. 28, San Francisco promoter Art Benjamin got a verbal okay from both fighters and assurance of the television time from Madison Square Garden officials. The defeat, by majority decision, was a costly toss for the 35-year-old former middleweight champion from San Francisco. He had an unbeaten streak of eight and a victory would have iced a title fight in October with light - heavyweight champion Willie Pastrano. This was Olson's first fight in New York since he was knocked out by light-heavyweight king Archie Moore in the third round nine years ago. And, like he said, he wanted to win so very much. Only Persol, a fast 24-year-old New Yorker with ambitions of his own, wouldn't let him get off. The broadshouldered, nar- row-waisted Persol dominated the action with a stinging lefl jab to the head and thumping rights to the ribs and stomach. ie also scored solidly with hooks, right crosses and upper- uts. The two judges voted for Persol. Artie Aidala had it 9-1 n rounds. Nick Gamboli had it i-4. Referee Mark Conn called t a draw, giving each five rounds and five points. The fans, who had applauded the judges' cards, booed the announcement of Conn's vote. The Associated Press scorecard had it 9-1 for Persol. Most of the ringside, vriters had Persol a winner by op-sided margins. Knocked out in his last start 3y Eddie Cotton, Persol now has a 12-1 record. He is ranked eighth. Olson, the No. 3 contender, has a 87-14-2 record. Olson had the edge in weights, 176 pounds .to 174. In the betting It was an even-money affair. 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