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the 2-2 the Arnie be Merchants: Cro(0-4) Dick Ron rf; 2b; line- Jim Frank c; rf; the on over round I31 DRIVING, PITCHING r AND PUTTING IN SOUTHERN WISCONSIN Muny Men's Golf Association Has 122 Members; Play Is Begun in Schaller Test at Country Club Janesville Municipal The Municipal Men's Golf Association Association has 122 members at this early date in the season and they are most active—98 participating in the playday Thursday. Low scorer was the All-City defending champion, youthful Jan Hoffman, with a two-under-par 34 for the front nine. He had an eagle three on the 470-yard No. 4 and was five under par after six holes. He three-putted No. 7 for a bogey, missed a five-foot putt on No. 8 for a birdie and went one over on No. 9. Hoffman chipped in from just off the green for his eagle on No. 4. Todd Palmer, an officer of the association, was in the foursome foursome with Hoffman and he also carded an eagle on No. 4, his third stroke being a six-foot putt. Hoffman's card compared to par: NY COURSE Pur 441 MS 434—36 Hoffman 431 344 535— 34 Second low scorer Thursday was another young player, Dave Field, with 38. Lyl Gifford, a veteran campaigner, was third with 39. Pat Rude reuuired the fewest putts, 12. Blind bogey winners at 39 were Gifford, Don Schuler and Will Duller; at 40, Norbert Nickel, Nickel, Max Kimbrough, Austin Bill, Don Johnson, Duane Bumgarner, Ollie Haugen, Bill Schirach, Jack McCarthy and Bob Rice; at 41, Whitey Willman, Harold Sime Jr., Al Brovick, Ed Stanley, Art Lorentzen, Lorentzen, W. R. Hinds and B. R. Daly. his the 32 ace (703?*^ Gene ^ 6) „ ast , Memoria , D cvcn[ a : ^ b Ken Maxson . Municipal anaRcr . RoRer Mattson had Playday prizes went to Neil Bolton, Bolton, longest putt on No. 1; Dave Field, longest drive on No. 2; AJ McGill, closest to the pin on No. 3; Todd Palmer, closest to the pin in three shots on No. 4; Don Cherry, Cherry, shortest drive on No. 5; Ollie Haugen, closest to the pin on No. 8; Al Brovick, longest putt on No. 9, and to the following for getting into trouble on No. 6 (in the sand trap): Herb Knutson, Bill Fredricks, George Householder, Householder, Ken Terry, Charles Heise and Haugen. Hoffman had a good week, He was the low scorer with a 75 in —Gazette photo OFFICIALS OF MUNICIPAL MEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION-Here are officials of the Municipal Men's Golf Association, seated, left to right: H. H. (Hank) Green, president, and Todd Palmer, vice president. Standing: Ralph Scott, chairman of sports and games committee; Bill Denton, secretary; and John Nelson, treasurer. Green also acts as official starter at the Municipal course on weekends and holidays. St. Joseph's Priest Makes Hole-in-One EDGERTON—Father George Leisfeldt, professor of English at St. Joseph's College on Lake Koshkonong, made a hole-in- one Wednesday on the 7th hole at the Towne Country Club. Fr. Leisfeldt's scores were 33 and 35 for the par 35 nine-hole course. Olson, Earl Schmidt, Dennis Standiford Standiford and Jan Hoffman, Janesville. Janesville. ry Stafford. Bart Reynolds had low net, 29, and Bressler was next with 30. Weekly prizes went to Marv Everson, Reynolds, Bressler, Bressler, Stafford, Jones, Fritz Borkowski, Borkowski, Koehn, Shackelford and Titus. Titus. par low net, 70, and blind bogey winners winners were Wes Story, Bob Rice, Stan Anderson, Dick Moore, Mel ofjLayton, Dick Schooff and Dennis Standiford. Maxson reports that 448 regis- Fla. Faulk- the 1 He The Traveling Golf first match of the season is at 9:30 a.m. Sunday at Delavan Delbrook. Delbrook. Capt. Bob Becker has named the following Janesville Municipal team: Jan Hoffman, Dave Field, Roger Mattson, Sher! Sher! man Heise, Mel Layton and Dick D un w'iddie- n_, rr v, «• „ native ' Janesville Country Club Play has begun in the Charles Schaller Memorial Cup handicap tournament. In opening round matches, Robert Collins beat Dan Long; Dr. Robert Karraker received received a forfeit from Earl Best; Cliff Haumerson beat Dr. Eugene Betlach; Pat Patterson beat Bruce Douglas; George Kalvelage received a forfeit for Art Weise; , ! Dick Holznecht beat Bob Ken„ Ken„ a £ Ue -!! ned >' ; Dr - Jack Schroeder beat William Henke; Dr, Francis Russo Russo beat Frank Lynch; Howard Herriott beat Maynard Teitz; Bob Parker beat Al Billings; Roman Fueger beat the Rev. Robert Wilch; Warren Price beat Alan and Roy Coyle beat ficient starter, H. H. (Hank) Green, and there was no waiting in the afternoon. Season ticket and! sales co ' ltinue to be good, according in S to M»xson. To date, season on Ga- at ; _ „ .., , man J11.I01-, iiit-i i^n t lull tred Memorial Day. Even with Schooff Norman M a nauye _ IS nSing 'thanks S to STe? 1 ? f **^ T *« ^ I ^S ^d matches, Bill Lath- sion in starting, tnanKs; to :_e , B elolt ^ 0 an of the | ^ Q ^ Traveling League Services, were ^ ^ A , Gehri . Df Richard Friday and burial was in Edger-; Farnsworth ^ Bob K asmarek; ,,••,,„ . r u A ! Jamcs Warner beat Ed Boggs; The Municipal Women s Golf As- 1 John Leaman ^ Collins . & 5 r . sociation has a new bulletin board,: GeraId GredIer beat Karraker; which will be installed on the, p at terson beat Dr. Robert Dcdge; south wall at the foot of the stairs ; Dr . Harvey Turner beat John in the recreation room. On it is a ' - - bronze bronze plaque that reads: "Memorial "Memorial to Richard T. Lichtfus, Muny Women's Golf Association, 1962." tickets have been purchased by 1431 men, 81 women and 37 jun- 'liors. Ten-play cards are popular, !64 having been sold. Thirty-seven i 20-pIay cards have been sold. A treat for all area golfers will be offered at 5 p.m. Sunday, June 10, by the Municipal Men's Association. Association. It is sponsoring a famous trick-shot artist, Phil Hahn, said to be the greatest entertainer since the original Joe Kirkwood. No admission will be charged to Hahn's hour-long show. Ralph Scott, chairman of the Municipal Men's sports and games committee and an official of the Wisconsin Public Links Association, Association, reports that the public links pre-sectional scheduled here June 10 has been canceled. All who have entered will go to Watertown Watertown for sectional play on June 18. It is to qualify state players for the national public links tournament. tournament. Entered for the pre-sectional pre-sectional here are Ray Blake and Pat Tully, Delavan; Robert Partridge, Partridge, Harley Wahl, Eugene Winger Winger and Don Tamulis, Beloit; William William Ramey and Kenneth Leuenberger, Leuenberger, Monroe: Bob Becker, Sherman Heise, Dave Field, Roger Roger Mattson, Mel Layton, Bruce Proudest golfer of the week was Whitey Whittemore, one of the operators of the Playmore Bowl. He dispatched an eight iron shot into the cup for a two on No. 8. It was witnessed by Art Lorentzen, Lorentzen, who paid "admission" for his foe's masterpiece. METHOD "LOOPING" IS DANGEROUS golfer who "loop*" at the top of backiwlng usually hot an untteady hand polltlon at rhtg point. The deicribei a loop, and his downswing will be inconsistent. There's no how he will bring the club back at the deliberately is, once bockswing, hesitation. better for until then ¥ IWM golfing goofs! Send 10$ and envelope to Arnold Palmer, Besides pacing the scorers Memorial Memorial Day and at Thursday's playday, Jan Hoffman was low scorer this week in the Parker Pen League with a 37. Tom Jensen Jensen had 38 and with 4l's were Les Harlow, Bill Buckley, Al Billings Billings and Wayne Fuller. Low net scores: Jensen, 34; Harlow, 35; Hoffman, Bob Douglas, Gordon Caldie, John Dyson, Jack Mair, Tony Kutz and Buckley, all 36. The Putters took team scoring honors with a gross of 179 and a net of 149. Rubes have taken over the lead in the 16-team league with 57 points, followed by Touch- ables, 51; Tool Room, 50; Eagles and Putters, each 47; Rough Customers, Customers, Toppers and Sandtrap- pers, each 45; Parbuslers, 41; Blackhawks, 39; Club Benders, 38: T-Squares, 35; Slicers, 31; Divot Diggers, 25; Bogeymen, 24; and 19th Holers, 18. Mack; Ed McGavock beat Irv Hartman; John Gardiner beat Richard Cope; Dr. C. R. Gilbertsen Gilbertsen beat Bob Solie; Tom Ryan beat Bernie Wortmann; Dick Rost beat Schroeder; Jim Farley beat Fueger; Coyle beat Floyd Yeomans; Yeomans; Figi beat the Rev. M. C. Droegemueller; John Saxer received received a forfeit from Don Erikson; Erikson; and Al Atwood beat Jim Cummingham. Cullen beat Farnsworth in a second round match. with scores, Lane was low with a After four weeks' of play, Reinhold Reinhold Waldo Adams' Wilsons are leading the Men's League with 32.5 points. In second place are NGH Nevermann's Acushnets and Dick Ford's Sweetshots are a close third with 28.5 points. Four men are tied for the individual point lead each with perfect scores to date of 12 points. They are Otis Beyer, Lyle Gruennert, a perennial contender; Elmer Licecker and Cal Krause. The Chevrolet Golf League held a playday this week. Bob Brockhaus Brockhaus had low score, 39, also won the first flight with 36 and had the longest drive on No. 2. Other prizes winners were Ralph Kindle, closest to the pin on No. 3; Larry Holvey, shortest drive on Unplayed first round matches will have Holznecht vs. Bill Bessire; Bessire; Jack Dreyer vs. Bill Cummings; Cummings; Haumerson vs. Gene Obli- gato; Scott Owens vs. Jim Brennan; Brennan; Dr. Richard Schroder vs. Charles Marshall; Dr. Russo vs. Earl Fugate; Herriott vs. Pete Jacobs; Parker vs. Ray Cripe; and Price vs. Len Wyss. Second round action has Warner vs. Mike Karp; Leaman vs. Gred­ Ier; Turner vs. McGavock; T. Ryan vs. Rost; Coyle vs. Figi; and Saxer vs. Atwood. Edgerton Towne Club EDGERTON—The Chamber, of Commerce League will begin its seventh consecutive season of play on Wednesday, June 6, with four team matches scheduled. The Arnold Palmers will meet the Bob Rosburgs, the Ben Hogans face the Sam Sneads, the Bill Caspers tangle with the Stan Leonards and the Ken Venturis meet the Cary Middlecoffs. All play is on match play basis for the second season. Low handicap handicap golfers in the league are: Carl Carlson, 1; Dr. Darwin Fowell Fowell and James Wedeward, 2; John Roethe, R. Marcelle Pett, Ken Buhrow and David Buchholz, 4; Seth Adolphson, 5; James Gower, Harry Buhrow and Eddie Pope, 6; William Ivey, Charles Tracy, C. S. Midtbon, Kermit Johnson and P. W. Palmer, 7. Trophies will be presented at the end of the season for the four that field p.m. today Kenneth nap stand, on of Zealand, candidate of held Americans They Jim Angeles Weisiger, John mile. of has York in this mer, Eddie Arena held. while to handicap There three DAY SHIFT A holed approach shot gave Mrs. Ted Sorenson a birdie three on the 335-yard 18th hold Thursday. Jefferson Meadow Springs JEFFERSON — Pete Schweig- ger's game has steadily improved the past few weeks. He started out with an 86 and is now down in the 70's consistently. John Mistele, a member of the high school team, had the thrill of holing out his second shot on No. 9 for an eagle. The Junior Chamber of Commerce Commerce is sponsoring a junior golf No. 5; Jim Fox, longest putt on I tournament at Meadow Springs on No. 6; Floyd Gabrielson, low net, 36, and second flight winner, 36; Bruce Bell, fewest putts, 13; Ken Butke, most putts, 25; Doc Brodie, Brodie, third flight winner, 37; Holvey Holvey and Butke, tied for first in fourth flight at 41; high gross, Art Luebke; high net, Ray Robertson; and the following for blind bogey: Richard Nolta, Gordon Miller, Bill Kindle, Dick Smith, Bill Jorgenson, Jorgenson, Frank Mundth, Bill Williams, Mike Tropp, John Kapke, Bob Gramsee, Don Kelly and Frank Rabiola. After four weeks of play, Howard Howard Bressler is the leader in the Borg Golf League with 2V/2 points, followed by Bill Shackelford and Dick Koehn, each 20y 2 ; Carl Parker Parker and Fred Jones, each 19. Tied for low gross score this week, all with 43's, were Jerry Steen, Shackelford, Walt Titus and Har- June 9. Any boy under the age of 18 is eligible. A large crowd turned out for the first club supper Tuesday evening, evening, May 29. Dancing followed the dinner. The ladies have planned their first event for Wednesday, June 6. Mrs. Robert Foskett and Mrs. Harolow Schloesser are in charge of days for ladies this year. "We want every employee to have a accomplishment, Miss Scott... will you see receive a lapel button bearing Eight four-man teams participated participated in the Calcutta event on Memorial Day. Jerry Slechta's team was first with a total medal score of 386. On the team besides Slechta were Bill Markgraff, Frank Carlson, W. Mistele and the lady member was Ann Ford. Close behind followed Tom Lucas' Lucas' team with 388 and in third place was Don Lane's team. On a day that high winds raised havoc YOUR WILL LARSON 26 AT DURFEE'S

Clipped from Janesville Daily Gazette02 Jun 1962, SatPage 13

Janesville Daily Gazette (Janesville, Wisconsin)02 Jun 1962, SatPage 13
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