Jan Hoffman 11 August 1962

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it the bid opponents, his DRIVING, PITCHING AND PUTTING IN SOUTHERN WISCONSIN Play First Rounds in City Golf Tournament This Weekend: Ken St. Clair Shoots Ace The Janesvilie City Golf Tournament Tournament got under way this morning morning at the Municipal Course with 85 players participating. They will play 18 holes today and 18 holes Sunday, completing the event next weekend. Defending champion is Jan Hoffman, Hoffman, who posted a 72-hole total of 295 in the meet, which was held in September. The course will be open to the public Sunday morning during the following times: Up to 6:57; from 7:11 to 8:56; from 9:03 to 9:52 and from 11:16 for the remainder of the day. The tournament is being conducted conducted by a committee consisting of Ralph Scott, chairman; H. H. Green, Todd Palmer, Bob Fish and Ken Maxson. Janesville Municipal Course Ken Ken St. Claire, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. William St. Claire Jr.. 1132 Bennett St., sank a hole in one Friday afternoon. A senior high school 10th grader who has played golf only two years, St. Claire sank his ace on the 125- yard No. 12 hole, using a No. 7 iron. Witnessing the hole-in -one were Jerry Sexton, 868 Blaine Ave.; Kurt Heizelman 1525 Oakland Ave.; and Steve Thompson, 1417 Magnolia Ave. St. Claire shot a 45 on the first nine and 40 on the second. Gaining quarterfinal berths in the Men's Municipal Golf Association Association tournament during the week were: Don Schuler who beat Whitey Whitey Jordan; Bob Becker who defeated defeated Tom Nolan; Tom Thompson Thompson who won from Whitey Willman Willman and Dick Schoof who downed Ollie Haugen. Finishing fourth round play were: Walter Smalter who beat Bob Fish; Don Johnson who won from Bob Brockhaus; John Nelson who downed George Muenchow; Verne DeGarmo who defeated Blaine Eber; Tom Thompson who beat Bud Johnson; Dick Schoof who tripped Al Brovick and Herb Daly III who beat Jim Staffon. Third round matches peviously unreported included Roy Schultz' win over Jan Hoffman and Jim Lowman's victory over Dean Deyer. Deyer. tie, Don Brovick and A. Naeser and on Sunday Myles Scheribel, Roger Mattson and Ollie Haugen. A number of Janesville women golfers will participate in the first annual Nassau Derby Monday and Tuesday at the Macktown Golf Course. The Rockton Women's Golf Club has initiated the event to provide a meeting grounds for municipal golfers from Rockford, Beloit and Janesville. A buffet luncheon will be held at the Mack- town cubhouse from 12 to 2 p.m. Tuesday after which prizes will be awarded. There are 138 entrants playing in six flights for $120 in prize money. Prizes will also be awarded for the best front nine, best back nine and best 18-hole scores. Janesville entrants and their tee-off times arc: Mond.iy morninR. Tre No. I—Mrs. Carl Wyss, S; Mrs. Ed Stanipy, fi;-).!; Mrs. Lyie Gifrnrd, S; Mrs. Roy Johns. 9:07: Mrs. Walter Breckling and Mrs. Ferdinand Ferdinand Fiedler, 9:22. Monday Monday morning, Tee No. 10—Mrs. H. E. Palmer, 8:07; Mrs. Miles Scheribel, 8:22; Mrs. Maurice Hull, 8:37; Mrs. Leonard Leonard Larson, 9; Mrs. Frank Jegerlehner and Mrs. Henry Thorn, 9:07; Mrs. Leonard Polzin, 9:15; Mrs. Effle Adamany and Mrs. Robert Hesgard, 9:22. Tuesday morning, Tee No. 1 — Mrs. Palmer, 7:30; Mrs. Scheribel. 7:45; Mrs. Wyss, 8:07; Mrs. James Wilson. 8:15; Mrs. Rusf Kohlofr, 8:22; Mrs. Dale Archer, Archer, 8:37; Mrs. Joa Symonds,, 8:45; Mrs. Gifford, 8:52; Mrs. Johns, 9; Mrs. Earl Boylen and Mrs. John Olson, 9:15; Mrs. William Brockhaus, 9:22; Mrs. Clifford Fonricfc and Mrs. Don Schuler, 9:30; Mrs. Dean WiUard and Mrs. Otto Bennwitz, 9;.'i7; Mrs. John Sheldon, Mrs. Elmer SilbernagI, Mrs. Charles Meyer and Mrs. William Woodman. Tuesday morning, Tea No. 19 —Mrs. Stanley, 8:22; Mrs. Hull, 8:30; Mrs. Pat Rudd, 8:37; Mrs. Charles Heise and Mrs. Russ Hegge, 8:45; Mrs. Larson, Mrs. Jegerlehner, Jegerlehner, Mrs. Henry Thorn, 8:52; Mrs. Poliln, 9; Mrs. Hesgard, Ml; Mrs. Adamany, Adamany, 9:15; Mrs. Breckling, 9:22; Mrs Fiedler, Fiedler, 9:30; Mrs. William Fredricks and Mrs. Ernest Duecker, 9:52. Open Tournament Monday and Tuesday at Milwaukee's Westmoor Westmoor Course. Carol will make one of her rare local appearances Sunday when she competes in the Pro-Member tournament over the Country Club course. Blind bogey winners in play Thursday of the Men's Municipal Golf Association were Walter Smalter, John Nelson and Art Larson Larson with 37s; Al Brovick, Jim Hoffman, Wilbur Coles, Tom Nolan Nolan and Jim Armstrong with 38s and Russ Cramer, Roger Mattson, Mattson, Earl Schmidt and Don Schuler Schuler with 42s. In the flag chase Bob Becker was first and Roger Bothun second. second. Bob Becker had low putts, 12. Low gross winners were Bob Becker and Jan Hoffman, 35s; Harold Kotwitz, 37; Tom Nolan, 38, and Wayne Fuller, Dick Schoof, Bud Kline and Todd Palmer, Palmer, 39s. LeRoy Whipple took over leadership leadership in the Borg Golf League this week with 66 points. Half a point behind is Howard Bressler with SSYz and in third place is Fred Jones with 64V2- Weekly prize winners were Fritz Borkowski, Howard Bressler, Dick Koehn, Erv Peterson, Charles Oliver, Oliver, Dennis Robbins, LeRoy Whipple, Whipple, Orin Christenson and Ron North. •Borkowski had low gross, 42. Peterson Peterson and Jerry Steen had 43 each. Whipple and Robbins had 25 and 28 respectively for first and second low net. Blind bogey winners at the Municipal Municipal Course Saturday were Whitey Jordan, Al McGill, the Rev. Robert S. Wilch, Larry Ket- Jan Hoffman fired a 37 for low gross score in the Parker Men's Golf League. Bob Jones and Les Harlow each carded 40 and Wayne Fuller 41. Clarence Jensen had low net score, 34. John Smith and Les Harlow had 36s. Tlie Rubes had low gross team score of 176 while Tool Room had low net score, 175. The Rubes continue to lead the league with 135 points followed by Tool Room 127, Sandtrappers 123, Eagles 120, Putters 119, Touchables 117, Parbusters 116, Club Benders 109, T-Squares 107, Toppers 104, Rough Customers 100, Divot Diggers 89. Black Hawks 86, Slicers 85, 19th Holers 73 and Bogeymen 54. Janesville Country Club Next action for Carol Sorenson will be the Metropolitan Women's A dinner at 7:30 tonight precedes the sixth annual Pro-Member tournament which gels under way at 11:40 a.m. Sunday. Teams will be auctioned following the dinner. Harold Figi has moved into the semifinals of the President 's Cup handicap tournament. Figi edged Bill Henke, 1 up in 19 holes. Action in the Vice President's Cup and the Director's Cup is at a standstill as many matches are not being played. In the Vice President's Cup, Sid Willis beat Jack Brown, Bob Collins Collins beat Floyd Yeomans, Jim Cullen downed Jack Dreyer, the Rev. Robert Wilch beat Art Wiese, Earl Fugate won from Gene Obligato and Bill Ryan beat Scott Owen. In the Director's Cup, Dr. Richard Schroeder beat Joe Johnson. Johnson. club championship tournament at the Edgerton Towne Club are being being played this week. The 14 qualifiers qualifiers have been bracketed into championship and first flights. In the championship flight Miss Esther Swenson, perennial champion, champion, will meet Mrs. Howard Crandall, Crandall, who qualified with 107. In other matches Miss Geneva Rindahl, Rindahl, 92, meets Mrs. Gale Richardson, Richardson, 117; Miss Eleanor Mavos, 88, meets Mrs. David Holman, 112, and Mrs. Russell Strand draws a bye. In the first flight the pairings are: Miss Gerry Smith (118) vs. Miss Catherine Cleary (125); Mrs. Scott Hatch (124) vs. Mrs. Lettie Jessup (157); Mrs. Lola Johnson (121) vs. Mrs. Earl Ogden Ogden (127); and Mrs. Willard Schumacher, Schumacher, bye. The final day for turning in qualifying qualifying rounds for the Towne Club's annual junior tourney is Sunday, Aug. 12. Eight have shot qualifying qualifying rounds to date. They are: John Lund 73; Don Brickson 75; Jeff Barron and Jim Peterson 89; Fred DeVoll 83; Jeff Johnson 109; Dick Ogden 122; Jim Holsinger 124. Match play in this tourney will start next week. est 9; least No. on Cary Ken Ben Gob Stan Rill Sam In matches in the Boys' Club Championship, Steve Wyss won from Dick Dawdy and Dennis Fugate, Fugate, Steve Fugate beat John Hall, Pat McNally downed Dick Stockwell, John Marling beat Doug Fugate, Tom Wyss defeated Clay HoIIoway, and Tim Smith trumphed over George Steil. In the Giris' Tournament, Maureen Maureen McGavock beat Kathy Greene, Patty Hodge beat Gretchen Gretchen Zinsmaster, and Bonnie Westfall Westfall defeated Judy Greene. Several from Janesville will at tend Jack Nicklaus' golf exhibition exhibition in Madison Thursday. Nicklaus Nicklaus will appear at the Odana Hills Course at 3:30 p.m. for a clinic, and will play a round over the 18-hold layout at 4. Playing with the former Ohio State standout standout and 1962 U, S. Open champion, champion, will be veteran Steve Caravello, Caravello, former University of Wisconsin Wisconsin ace Jack Allen, and recent West High School graduate Butch Schlicht, all of Madison. The Cary Middleeoffs nipped the Bob Rosburgs 6-4 in a Chamber of Commerce golf league match at the Towne Club Wednesday afternoon afternoon to take a firmer hold on first place with a total of 52 points. The Ken Venturis blanked the Arnold Palmers 7-0 to take over second place with 38 points. In other matches the Ben Hogans Hogans blanked the Stan Leonards 6-0 and the Bill Caspers downed the Sam Sneads 5-0. Carl Carlson of the Palmers was medalist with a three-above-par 38. Seth Adolphson, Charles Tracy Tracy and Dr. Darwin Fowell followed followed with 39s. Prizes were awarded to: Powell, Powell, low gross; Martin Deignan, low net, 31; Walter Maurer, clos- in winners several 1962 Bob Kleifgen; and Gordie Gus 'with Edgerton Towne Club EDGERTON - First round matches in the annual women's Dodgers Close Braves' Lead LITTLE LEAGUE National American W. LJ W. L. Braves 17 .VIndinn.i 13 9 Dodgers 15 6'White Sox 10 10 Cubs 10 T'Alhlctir.'i 7 13 Giants 10 9,Yankees 4 15 Cardinals 11 IO!TiRi<rs i 16 CamM Monday 4:50—Yankees vn. Aihlelics. 6'.00—Cubs vj. Giants. DAY SHIFT By Frank Adams The Police Department Dodgers i are closing in on the Little; League's National Division lead- 1 ers, the First National Bank, Braves. The Dodgers, behind Kent We

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