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Breck T-M Medalist; Match Play On Today By FRANK GIANELLI G o -1 f e ts Who've whittled around Phoenix Country Club's Mississippi tournament trials the past two days begin cutting each othef down in match play today. Out of two days' testing have come 64 low scorers to make up the title flight and another 32 in the President's Flight. Sixteen seniors also start Jday today joining 16 junior-senior flight sutvivofs of a division which began match play yesterday. Sun-reddened Wayne Breck, the Indian Bend kid with the Mohawk haircut, eased off his hot scoring 63 first-day pace par 70 to win medalist rights with a two-day 133. San Francisco city champion Gebrge Archef added a par 71 to his fifst day 66 to rank second with 137, Phoenix Country clubber Loren LaPrade shot yesterday's low round —a 68 — to go with his first-fay 72 and place third at 140. LaPrade's showing coupled With 74-70—144 by George Boutell earned for Phoenix Country Wednesday, May 8, 1963 Page 49 Editor's Quotebook Trans-Miss Not a Party By FRANK GIANELLI Club the Brock Trophy awarded the low scoring team. There are some spectacular promises in today's matches which are open to the public for a $1 gallery fee. Medalist Breck steps out against Larry Fryer, Abilene, Tex., who qualified with 75-75-* 150. Archer is matched with Bill Paul of Phoenix who qualified With 79-74—153. LaPrade has tough Jack Hardin of El Paso as his first local invitational meets and always a title threat, Hardin qualified with 75-71—146. Short def. D. Stephenson, J A 1. H. Norman def. Steve DeMareo, 1 UP. W. Daliev def. W. MeLennan, t, t, S. J. Monger def. J. Ragland, 5 & 4. P. McCoy def. L. Bartes, .1 up. H. J. Carey def. R. Braun, 4 & 3. T. Blake def. H. Jacobus, 2 & 1. PRESIDENT'S FLIGHT FIRST ROUND 7:30 — Mike Glover vs W. A. Meyers; M, Katres vs M. T. Johnson Jr. 7:40 — H. Pechel vs R. K. Warren; D. Asklns vs H. Tear Jr. 7:50 — Jim Chew vs Tom Vlckers; Dr. J. Hirschman vs R. Treadway. 8: — John Elttando vs Loy Martin Sr.; BIII Boutell Jr vs Dr. J. Farrendorf. 8:10 — H. Edgmon vs B. Phillips; Bob Boos vs Dr. Drace. 8:20 — Dave Elkins vs D. Anderson; Bob Vlckers vs Larry Pendleton. 8:30 — E. Kerber vs Mickey Louis; Chris Christoper vs R. Doan. 8:40 — T. Ward vs Joe La Fortune Jrj A. Creel v» R. Knlsley. CHAMPIONSHIP PAIRINGS First Round Trans-Miss 9: — Wayne Breck vs Larry Fryer. match. A frequent participant in 5jSf n -j&- B ,V!!?*&!? ^toT^ii"^ Billy Crowe vs Steve Threlkeld. 9:20— George Boutell vs Jeff Van Wasenen 9:25 — Joe Rlordan vs B. Parks. 9:30— Dick Hopwood vs Pete Grant. 9:35 — Dwlght Nevll vs Bob Warren. 9:40 — Jim Vickers vs Jeff Voss. 9:50 F. Jones vs Frank Motte. 9:55 — David Marad vs Terry Wilkerson. Noteworthy in local Interest Is the youth test of a pair of Phoenix Country Clubbers—ASU student George Boutell and 14- year-old Jeff Van Wagenen *!&'»; Hane Sr. 10:20 — George Archer vs whose home fronts on the 18th oUi»i*!ra. '°o:30 ~- T Bob A< R2ot v! £SS! Juan Jr. 10:35 — Phil Brownlee vs Marvin Dick. 10:40 — R. Norvllle vs — , „ , ... Walter Fondren. 10:45 — Mickey Rllev Boutell, low amateur qualifier vs. Matt Tabor. io:» — BIII Gumbert f airway. YOU HEAR SO MUCH about country club golf being social monkey business that it's refreshing to run into contrary proof. Take this Trans-Mississippi golf show at Phoenix Country Club. It's no picnic. There's only one social event—a dinner tonight—and if the schedule is any indication, most of the guys will be too tired to show up. Sure—they have to eat. But they may be inclined to do it in bed where they also can rest. The Trans-Miss qualified with two 18-hole rounds. Then when the guys get down to combat, there's a foot-killing walk that calls for double rounds every day except today. You'd think the Marines made up the timetable. The more a man wins the greater the fatigue. After today there are double 18-hole rounds for winners right up to the championships Saturday. Walking Rounds Bring Fatigue Those are walking rounds—no carts allowed up the major flights, only in the senior brackets where concessions are made to clogged arteries and bowed arches. The big walk is one of the reasons the bets go with young golfers with sturdy legs in this Trans-Miss which ranks among the four top prestige golf tournaments in the nation. Old hearts might be willing. But you can't fool old legs—especially not in the 100- degree weather that's oozing vitality of many of the visiting hides. Nope—this is no social bash. Trans-Miss entrants come to play—but only golf and for a title purpose. The fervor is so avid and the schedule so rigorous that many of those failing to make the championship flight just flat quit rather than drop down to the 32- man President's flight. The tourney title is all prestige. Anything less is like finishing llth in the American League. Grant, Andrews Entertain Golfers G-STRINGS (don't cover much) . . . Most tuneful duo of the Trans-Miss golf tournament has to be localite Pete Grant and former Walker Cupper Gene Andrews of Pacific Palisades, Calif . . . After their golf and shower they ease day's tensions with a cooling cup and some hot harmony . . . Yesterday they beguiled Phoenix Country Club willing listeners (and anyone they could back into a corner) with well-done close harmony on something called "I wouldn't trade the silver in my mother's hay^air^- for all the gold in the wor-uld" . . . Petf says they "wowed 'em" with the act when they sang at the Paladium while golfing in London. People cheered anfl clapped and clamored for more . . . The fellows have been doing encores ever since ... Mentioned herein recently about good golf greens in the valley—and the critics for omission have been hollering ever since. So, Ed Hinkle, the greens also are good at Maryvale . . . Bill Parks of Prescott says there should be no confusion about the one-second delay a pitcher supposedly must make before delivering the ball. "When I pitched, I evolved a one-second stop with the hands while an unobtrusive continuous body motion was going on by shifting weight preparatory to throwing to first. If the body motion is continuous and the pitcher goes to the plate— no |>alk. If the body motion is continuous, and the pitcher throws to first, a balk is called ..." 11:25 — Bud Hall vs. Chuck Fish. 11:30 — Ken Ellsworth vs Jim Colbert. 11:35 — M. O. Johnson Jr. vs Wheeler Parish Jr. JUNIOR SENIOR MATCH PLAY (Second Round) 11:50 — Bud McKinney vs Bob Will- Its; Myron Friedman vs W. L. Balden. 12 — Noel Harter vs Jack Flynn; Grant Messenger vs Charles Jackson. 12:10 — Clyde Davis vs Stan Short; Howard Norman vs Wayne Dalley. 12:20 — Jack Munger vs Paul McCoy; H. J. Carey Jr. vs Tom Blake. SENIORS MATCH PLAY PAIRINGS 12:30 — Spike Lauer vs Richard Walker; Dr. Emert vs Fred Slegel. 12:40 — Nell Smith vs Morris Margolin; Richard Poer vs J. Franklin Zouck. SENIOR MEDAL PLAY 1: - Copel Sheldon, W. D. McBee, Jasper Rogers, Rudy Babblns, Doc Tol- llver. in the Phoenix Open the past vi §"• BrSSninS: three years, scored 74-70—144 n : _ Gene Andrews vs otto strode). for fhp na«;t Hvn rlnvc HucW 11:05— Verne Burnett vs R. Taylor, u»r cue past, iwo days. nusKy 1);10 _ Roger Brown vs H> B Bo | as> young Jeff posted a steady 76- 11=15 — E au i ! ra Y. ls vs Jlm . Lawrence. 75—151. !! ; ?° - Herb. Durham _ys. .R._.Hane_Jr. The cutoff for the title field was 156—a point that found eight men tied for three flight positions. Dave Browning, Stillwater, Okla., and Ray Hane Sr., Inglewood, Calif., got entry on the first extra playoff hole. Wheeler Farrish, Jr., drilled a 25-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole to get the other spot. Championship qualifiers: 133 — Wayne Breck, 137 — Georgo Archer, '. 140—Loren LaPrade, Phoenix, 72-68. 141 — Gene Andrews, Los Angeles, 142 '— Hal Gugglsbera, Phoenix, 71-71. John Thorton, San Antonio, 73-69. 143 — Fletcher Jones, Los Anesles, 69-74. John Cain, Houston, 74-69. 144 — George Boutell, Phoenix, 74-70. Roger Brown, Stillwater, Okla., 73-71. 145 — BIII Gumbert, Phoenix, 75-70. Dick Hopwood, Phoenix, 70-75. Garrett Scott, Phoenix, 72-73. BIII Crowe, Phoenix, 75-73. 146 — Ken Ellsworth, Palos Verde, Calif., 74-72. James Liggett, Denver, 74-72. Ted Adams, Phoenix, 71-75. Jack Hardin, El Paso, 75-71. 147 — Vern Burnett, Houston, 73-74. Joe Rlordan, Flagstaff, 75-72. Mike Rilev San Diego, 75-72. 148 — Bud Hall, Phoenix, 74-74. Ron Jachowski, Phoenix, 78-70. Richard Norvllle, Oklahoma City, 73-75. 149 — Phil Brownless, Toronto, Can., 72-77. Paul Travis, La Babra, Calif., 75-74. Dwight Nevil, Denton, Tex., 7673. David Marad, Qulncy, Mass., 76150 — Jim Grant, Houston, 81-82, Larry Fryer, Abilene, Tex., 75-75. Frank Hardlson, Glendale, Calif., 76-74. M. O. Johnston Jr., La Jolla, Calif., 73-77. James Vlckers, Wichita, 76-74. Robert Roos, San Francisco, 71-79. John Cain, Houston, 75-75. 151 — Olto Stroble, Corooa, Calif., 77-74. Jeff Van Wagenen, 76-75. Ken Fulton, Wlnnepeg, Can., 75-76, Walter Fondren, Houston, 75-74. Hank Edwards, Oklahoma City, 74-77. Ray Hane, Inglewood, Calif., 73-78. 152 — Don Juan, Fort Huachuca, 80-72. Pete Grant, Phoenix, 76-76. Franklin Motte, Oilman Hot Springs, Calif., 75-77. H. B. Bolas, Denver, 77151 — Bob Walcowich, San Antonio, Tex., 79-74. Jim Colbert, Kansas City, Mo. 77-7<S. Rod Prates, Oklahoma City, 76-77. Whltev Reed, Las Vegas, 78-75. 154—Jeff Voss, Dallas, Tex., 80-74. Richard Taylor, 82-72. Ben Parks, Dallas, Tex., 78-76. Matt Taber, Lincoln, Neb. 77-77. 155 — Chuck Fish, Stillwater, Okla., 82-73. Bob Wlckes, Scottsdale, 79-76. Steve Threlkeld, Denton, Tex., 77-78. Marvin Dick, Albuquerque, 77-78. Terry Wllkerson, Duncon, Okla., 74-81. Jim Lawrence, Phoenix, 77-78. Bob Warren, Phoenix, 77-78. 156 — Mike Glover, Dallas, Tex.. 7581. Wheeler Parish, San Francisco, 80-76. Harland Peschel, Mlssoula, Mont. 82-74. Dave Browning, Stillwater, Okla. 76-80. Hugh Edgmon, Stillwater, Okla., 77-79. Herbert Durham, Dallas Tex., 77-79. Ed Kerber, Phoenix, 7977. JUNIOR-SENIOR MATCH PLAY (first round) B. McKinney def C. Babb, 1 up. B. Willlts def. J. Jackson, 1 UP on 19th. M. Friedman def. J. Burgess, 2 & 1. W. L. Belden def. L. Martin Sr., 2 & 1. N. Harter def. W. Colton, 4 & 3. J, Flynn def. O. Townsend, 3 & 2. G. Messlnger def. M. Ltpton, 2 & 1. C. Jackson def. S. Delicti, 2 C.' Davis def. B. Smith, A & I. S. EASY OUT—Loren LaPrade shot low score 68 yesterday in second round qualifying for the Trans-Mississippi golf tournament at Phoenix Country Club. He meets Jack Hardin, El Paso, in Republic Photo by Ludwig Keaton his first round match today. LaPrade's two-round total of 140, coupled with 144 by George Boutell gave the PCC pair the Brock Trophy as low club team in the qualifying. aSBL. .,1*3 y *^<f Dupas Wins ,1 WE A Award For Month PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Ralph Dupas, the clever New Orleans fighter who recently won the world junior middleweight title after failing In the light and welter divisions, was named boxer of the month yesterday by the World Boxing Association. The 27-year-old Dupas finally made the grade April 29 by beating Denny Moyer in a title match. He had been stopped by Joe Brown in a 1958 bid for the light- Red Sox Win, Take American Lead; SF Claims First in NL By ASSOCIATED PRESS The Boston Red Sox beat Baltimore 5-1 and vaulted over the New York Yankees and Kansas City Athletics into first place in the American League yesterday while San Francisco took the lead in the National. Merritt" Ranew doubled in the deciding run as the Chicago Cubs knocked Pittsburgh out of the National League lead 54 in the only afternoon game in either league. The Giants took over with a 5-2 triumph over Milwaukee at night. Juan Marichal had a four-hitter and got home run support from National How They Stand San Francisco Pittsburgh St. Louis Chicago Milwaukee Los Angeles Philadelphia Cincinnati New York Houston Felipe AIou, Ed Bailey and Jose Pagan in the Giants' seventh victory in their last eight starts. LOS ANGELES pounded out 13 lits in support of Sandy Koufax in the 11-1 victory over St. Louis that dropped the Cards to third. It was the first start in two weeks for Koufax, who has been out with an ailing shoulder. The New York Mets got good pitching from Al Jackson and lorriers from Charlie Neal and Frank Thomas in a 3-1 triumph over Philadelphia while Houston rallied for a 3-2 victory over Cincinnati on eighth-inning, run-scor- Kan's 0 "! city New York Won Lott Pet. Behind 17 10 .430 14 9 .409 14 14 U 13 II 10 10 9 II II 14 14 13 1} 15 17 .593 .540 .481 .481 .458 .435 400 .344 1 1 2 4 4'/j 4 7Vi YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh at Chicago Philadelphia at New York, night Houston at Cincinnati, night San Francisco at Milwaukee, night Los Angeles at St. Louis, night TODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh (McBean 2-1) at Chicago (Buhl 2-2) Philadelphia (Short 0-31 at New York (Hook 0-4) Houston (Bruce 1-2) at Cincinnati (Nux- hall 1-1), night San Francisco (FI: (Hendley 3-1), ..... Los Angeles (Miller 2-2) at St. Loull (Brogllo 3-1), nlghl (Fisher 2-2) at Milwaukee H), night American League Republic Photo by Ludwig Keaton CALIFORNIA THREAT—George Archer, San Francisco City Champion, scored 66-71—137 to be second low qualifier in the Trans-Miss behind Wayne Breck of Indian Bend CC who led the 64-man title flight with 63-70—133. iing singles by Bob Lillis and Rusty Staub. Boston, O'Malley Says He Has No Intention of Moving Alston night's activities in third place, unloaded 13 hits, including a two- run homer by Lu Clinton. Earl Wilson beat Baltimore with a Chicago's John Buzhardt shut out Kansas City on four hits for the first seven innings and singled in the winning run in a 2-1 edge Schmidlin Scores Water Ski Victory Young Gary Schmidlin upset Orjtes Jerry Clarke and J o Spreen to win the men's conven- B P o?s ul a' Jp Mason, ; driver. Brent Berae. Boys and -i& 5 ~ s "' n tional event in Desert Boat and Sid Club's races at Canyon Lake. Brent Berge woo toe big boat race when two faster boats devel- troublg. |W «««» Bint «nd 3ary Steele. Beginners (men) — Roy Nobbley; driver. Bill Hefferman. Begin ners (women)—Karen McCandlew; drlv er, Brent Berge. Senior men — Bob Edwards; driver John Peters. Senior women — Marge Lisonbee; -driver, Harold Llsonbee. Men's conventional — Gary Schmidlin; driver, Dick Hess. Boat racw — under 354 Inches— Clay Brumfleld. 354-490 Inches — Dick He 4QO-450 Inches - Brent Berge. 450 Inches *754 itfitlm",*** RrAnt HaraA «n<t - areot weight crown and lost a decision to Emile Griffith when he reached for the welter title in 1962. The WBA decided on Dupas after giving much consideration to Jose Stable, the Cuban welter who upset Curtis Cokes of Dallas recently. Ingemar Johansson, former world heavyweight king, was dropped from fourth to sixth among Sonny Liston's contenders. Tony Petronella of Providence, NEW YORK (AP)—"Walter Al-iagerial changes since he became is my manager and I have j the major stockholder of the Dodgers. He currently owns 75 per cent of the club with Jim Mulvey owning the other 25 per cent, "Alston has succeeded in keeping his job longer than any current manager in the major leagues," he pointed out. "I'm sure he has a longer continuous service with one club than anybody else managing today. "I CONSIDER Alston a good sound manager. Not spectacular no intention of making a change." Thus, in one terse statement, President Walt&r O'Malley of the Los Angeles Dodgers, put an end to the twin rumor that Alston would be fired before the season's end and replaced by his coach, Leo Durocher. "Naturally, like everybody else connected with the team, I'm disappointed in our poor showing," O'Malley said, "But you certainly can't blame that, on the manager. but he gets the job done. He is de- said: "I admire Durocher as a baseball man. I always have. That's why I hired him. . . as a coach. There never has been any intention and there is none now to elevate Leo to the manager's position. "For that matter, I don't, believe Leo entertains any thoughts of ever managing .'again. He's quite happy to continue as a coach with the Dodgers. And he's doing very well financially, too, by the way." Returning to Alston, O'Malley Chicago Cleveland Baltimore which e ntered Los Angelet , I Minnesota t he Detroit Washington Won \l 12 13 10 13 14 10 10 10 Lost Pet. Behind 8 .600 — II .577 — » .57t "A 10 9 12 14 15 15 16 .565 .526 .520 « :$ YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Chicago at Kansas City, night New York at Detroit, night Minnesota at Los Angeles, night Boston at Baltimore, night Cleveland at Washington, night TODAY'S GAMES Chicago (Fisher 1-4) al Kansas City (H«- kow 3- New York nU" ams 2-1) at Detroit (Bunning 1-3), night Minnesota (Kaaf 1-3) at Lot Angeles (Lee 2-1), night Boston (Conlay 1-0) at Baltimore (Baroer Top Ten that dropped the A'S to second.; C leveia 1 nd nl8 ( h Ramos O-ll at Washington three-hitter. (Osteen 0-21. night The New York Yankees dipped to third when beaten 6-2 by Detroit. Tiger bonus rookie Bill Freehan had a tWO-run homer, a triple;Leading Batsmen,..Based on JO at bats and a double, and now has nine P!a hits in his last 10 at-bats. Cleveland broke through with four runs in the llth inning of a rhubarb filled game at Washington and beat the Senators 7-3. The Los Angeles Angels beat Minnesota 2-0 behindt he three-hit pitching of ex-Yankee Bob Turley, 27 105 19 37 .352 22 74 B 26 .351 26 96 13 32 333 22 78 12 26 .333 26 68 13 29 .330 NATIONAL LEAGUE . .jyer. Club G AB R H Pet. Covlngton Phi 20 61 14 23 .377 F. Afou sf 27 103 20 38 36? Wine Phi 21 53 4 19 .358 White SIL - -- " -" Edwards Cin Howard LA Demeter Phi Fairly LA Groat StL Aaron Mil _. TNS ounce, lu. Banks. Chicago, San Francisco, 6; F. AIou. isco. 6; Bailey. San Francisco 6. RUNS BATTED IN , , ., .(Aaron, Milwaukee, 24; Bover, Sf. Louis, Who Struck OUt nine and Walked!22; Fairly, Los Angelas, 21; Covinglon, : Philadelphia, 21; F. AIou, San Francis- Aaron. Milwaukee. 10; 27 111 27 105 RUNS 19 . .324 1'an Franciw "If there is any blame to be^ed to his job and never em- placed anywhere, maybe it should barrasses the front office. chairman of the rating commit- jager. be hung on the general manager and myself. After all, we are the ones who supply Alston with the players." O'MALLEY laid the cause of the Dodgers' low position in the standing (a 12-14 seventh place) to injuries to key players. "The season is just one month old and already we've had injuries to such key players as Tommy Davis, Maury Wills, Bill Skowron, Sandy Koufax and Johnny Podres," O'Malley said. "You certainly can't blame that on the man- Was that an indirect slap at the controversial Durocher, who has been reported as the man likely to take over the Dodger reins if and when Alston is fired? "Not at all/' O'Malley replied. tee, noted that Johansson must undergo physical tests to deter-, mine his continuance is the ring because of his recent bout with Brian London. Johansson won but was knocked down w fci final seconds. "Neither could you blame Alston for Koufax's injury last year. I'm sure we would have won the pennant had Sandy not bees hurt" O'Malley prides himself op the fact that he's nadf very (fw man- "Last year, half a minute after | we lost the playoffs, I sent word to Alston not to worry. 'YOU MAY remember in 1951 when Bobby Thomson hit the home run to beat us in the playoffs, I went to the clubhouse for the first time. Ralph Branca (who threw the home run ball) was crying. "I made a little speech. I told Charlie Dressen it's all over. We came close. You'll be back next year." "Charlie would have too, but his! Angels' Wagner Needs Eye Glasses LOS ANGELES A(P) — Outfielder Leon Wagner, as Los Angeles Angel fans and teammates:demands made it impossible for suspected, has faulty eyesight and | me to keep him. He wanted a needs glasses. Wagner often has been kidded about his late starts la chasing fly balls. Wagner was examined yesterday and found to. be nearsighted. Cougars Win 3rd WAC Game, 15*6 CO, 19. AMERICAN Player, Club Causey KC Yaslriemskl Bsn Robinson Chi Wagner LA Was LEAGUE G AB R IB Allison Min Schilling Bin Malzone Bsn Kallne Del ,Charles KC PROVO, Utah (AP) —Brighami Nicholson. Chicago. 6; Wasner. Los An.. .. , . _, ... - seles, 6; Howard, New York. 6; Sevtn Young University made it two uyied with s. BATTED IN IS 97 a row over Wyoming yesterday as the Cougars dumped the Cowboys, 15-6, in a Western Athletic Conference baseball game. BYU Is now 3-0 in the conference, while Wyoming is winless at 0-4. Robinson, spta, 20; Nicholson, Chicago, 19; ,... ,— Kansas City, 18; Wagner, Los Angeles, 18: Battev, Minnesota, IS; Csborne. Wash- inaton, 18. three year contract and an under- the-table expense account. He might still be the manager today but for the demands. I always admired him as a baseball man. Thaf» why he's back with us now . . . jusijlike Leo." Brunei To 89ers HOUSTON (AP)—The National League Houston Colts have sent Pat Bates did a good share of pitcher George Brunei to their the damage for BYU as he went Oklahoma City farm club of the four for four at the plate, includ- Pacific Coast League. ing a homerun and a double. He drove in four runs and scored four. wV BY Offlifli 000 OJ1 Q9V- i 10 5 140 OH OU-li If 4 Brunei, a left-hander, appeared in five games this season for the Colts and had a record of np wins and three losses. He pitched 13 2-3 innings, allowed 23 hits and [an earned run average o|

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