The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 6, 1976 · Page 11
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golf bag by georgegeise sports editor Guon tops Buffalo Hills Golf Club Day Equipment is making a runaway of the first half men's league schedule. Day Equipment rolled up 6tt points last Thursday to up its lead over Kalispell Utho to 44V4 points to 38. Bumps Winters maintained his outstanding league play with a one-over par 37 on tie front nine to win low gross. Stu Stadler fired a 28 for low set. Jackpot winners were Stadler, Al Arvidson and Wes Ostheller. Leo Landon had closest to the pin on No. 3. On the back side, Jerry Jackson toured the course in 36 Wows, ooe over par, to win low gross, while Walt Richards and Gary Collier tied for iow net with 30V:. Jackpot winners were Bob Heximer, Gordon Rognlien, George Day and Al Paul. Closest to the hole on No. 11 went to Ed Nelner. Team standings after June 3 play are as follows: Day Equipment 44*i, Kalispell Utho 38, Park Inn S5H., Industrial Supply 34*, MeElroy and Wilien S41i, Ferguson Electric 93. KGEZ 30 £ lefties »V4, Ratobo» i-odge w. First Northwestern Bank 30, KM Men's Store JJW. Conrad Bank KVi. Kalispell News 21, County Title 27, Loggers 27, rVeathertort Funeral Home 27. Rygg Forri 26W, Kalispell Neon M, B4B Stores 25V4. Mankxis 25. Northwest Life 24, Union It Wfi, Conoco 23. Import Motors 22, Upholstery Center 22 Skyline Bowl II. CtC Plvwood 19*. PP4L 19V4. On the happier side, 'C.C. Carlos "Pop" Vaughn turned 82 young years old this past week. "Pop," who is waiting for warmer weather to unlimber his golf muscles, has visions of shooting his age this year and with his putting stroke, he probably won't be denied. The more than 700 members of the Kalispell club, plus the many friends "Pop" has made around the nation and Canada wish him well and may his years ahead be filled with birdies and pars. The battle continues for first place in the Kalispell Women's Golf League, with the Hide Out a narrow 21'/i to 21 point leader over KGEZ. Both teams won four points Wednesday night to keep the race for first tight. Janie Fagerland and Patti Hibbard tied for low gross in the 18-hole tournament, while Colleen Breeze won low net. Hibbard also had low gross in the nine-hole tourney with a 43 and Alice Carver had low net with 30Vi. Mary Day, Dorothy Bowman and Margie Shelton tied for first in play of the day (fewest putts) and five players tied for second, including Eve Taylor, Hibbard, Fageriand, Bug Ellis and Florence Homuth. Women's morning play found Ethyl Borgen first and Dorothy Hexmier second in first flight. Second flight winners were Mary Boyd first and Ethel Richards second. Play was best nine of 18 holes minus handicap. Team Standings after June I paly are as follows: Hide Out 21V4 KGEZ 11 Lindjay Soft Water 18, Northwest Life HV4, Missoulian 13, Conrad National Bank 12H. Evergreen Apiaries llVi, Western Outdoor 11. Continental Oil 11. First Northwestern Bank 11. »»* Poison Golf Course Karlsgodt continues to lead men's league standings with 38 points to 36 for runnerup Security Bank; Jack Christofferson walked off with both low gross and low net with scores of 35 and 30V4. Lloyd Ingram and Al Skogaa tied for second in low net with 32%. Donna Christofferson made it a family act, as she won low gross for the women with a 42. Park Fisher and Pudge Cavalar tied for second with 47s. Low net went to Momo Williams with 35. : . The Poison course is preparing for the Western Junior Golf Tournament Monday, June 14. Entry fee is $5 and any junior who hasn't turned 19 by the 14th is eligible to play. The low six players will qualify for the state junior tourney at the Meadow! ark Country Club in Great Falls, June 21-22. June 23 Poison will host a ladies invitational. Entry fee is (5 and women will play nine holes, followed by a luncheon. »*+ Whitefish Lake Golf Club The entry list for the annual Fourth of July Golf Tournament is filling up rapidly, said pro Roy Owens. Owens said the field is about 50 short of being full. . The tourney normally has 56 women and 224 men entered. To date there are only six openings in the women's division and 44 in the men's. Play begins on Friday, July 2 and continues through Sunday, with flights determined after the first two rounds. In men's league play, Darrell Nygaard won both low gross and low net with scores of 34 and 32, respectively. Low team net went to Plum Creek with 144. Plum Creek also leads the standings with 34 points to 33 for runnerup Home Lumber. Saturday and Sunday Harland Peschel will defend his city championship title. The 36 holes of medal play will include the players being flighted after the first day's play. *** Glacier View Golf Course Men's and women's golf league at the West Glacier course begins Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. Anyone interested in joining these leagues should appear at the clubhouse at 5 p.m. Tuesday. Pro Bill Peck reports that the entry deadline for the Annual Father's Day Tournament will be June 15. The tourney, to be played Sunday, June 20, will be for both men and women. Entry fee for men will be $15 which includes medal and best ball play, plus a steak dinner and drinks. Ladies entry fee is $12 and includes medal play, drinks and dinner. Players will be flighted according to handicap. The first tee time will be 9.30 a.m. Crystal Lakes Country Club Ordean Wangrud's 42 won low gross honors and he also won low net with a 27 in men's league play. Queen Bee Drones continue to lead league play with a point total of 17V4, to 15 for Eureka Insurance Agency and 14% for Jerry's Saloon. The Drones won low team with a 149 total. The team is composed of Bob Mason, Dave Meeker, Al Underwood and Larry Purdy. »** Meadow Lake Country Club League play for women begins June 15, while men's league will roil into action June 16. The nine-hole course is rated as in good shape for a new course. Course officials said green fees are U.50 per nine holes and season rates are $70 for the first family member, $125 for husband and wife memberships, $40 for juniors and $160 for the full family. GREAT FALLS (AP) - Great Falls High junior Mike Guon won the Floyd Schlameus award as the outstanding performer Friday night at the 12th annual prep track Meet of Champions. Guon set a meet record with a 9.9 clocking in the 100-yard dash, and he also won the 220 in 22.2. He was third behind Jeff Muri of Miles City and Dale Giem of Twin Bridges in the 440. All three broke the 440 record of 48.7, held by Bill Zins of Great Falls. Muri and Giem were clocked at 48.5. Guon ran a 48.6. There were two other double winners in the meet. A rain that fell throughout the meet hampered the performers and forced curtailment of three events -- the high jump, triple jump and pole vault. llbvuo 1, Jeff Holtgraa. Billing Senior. l«-3. 2. Tom Rcssellinj. Gnat KiUi Rvotll. 1S1-0. 3 Mike HaxfeMt. Glasgow. ISM. 4. ToM Paddock. BUIlm Senior. 15W. T, Mike Tilleman, CWoook, 149.31 Mile 1, Mike Houlihan, Butte. 4:2312, Bra) Sodden, Miles City. 4:84.5.3, Bruce Ross, Big Fork. 4 » 7 4. Kelly Tuck. Great Falls. «:S.O s, Scott Brown- · ing, Forsytri. 4:8.2. IiU Ilieli llurdlr. 1, Tim Fox, Hardin, :114. ties record of Roy Robinson. Glasgow. 1965 and Gary Minor, Great Falls, im. Z. Scot Feoda. Great Falls, :U! s Kent Stephens. Cut Bank, :15.5.4, Kevin McCauley' Big Timber, :15.5.5, Bill Duffy. Helena. :155 100 I. Mike Guon, Great Falls, :9.S, record- old record: 10.0. Bill Zins. Great Fall». 19«7-», Keith Kerbel. Billinss Senior. 1969. Bill Spring, Billings West. 1973. Tim Kuchera, Hav re ;i97? 2, Greg ·Stene, Columbus. :10.1. 3, Jeff Mori. Miles City :I0.1. 4. Vince Hunter. Rathead, :10.1. 5 Malt Davison. Fort Bentor., :10.3. I HI 1, Jeff Muri. Mites City. :M.5. record- old record: :4S.7, Bill Zins. Great Falls. 1968 2 Dale Giem. Twin Bridges. :«.S. 3. Mike Guon, Great Th, OMy ft** U*«. KtHtpM. MonUnc. Sund«y, Jurw 6, Itte A-11 ns prep meet Falls. :«.«. 4. KeviaP.ulioo. Plrotvwood. :50.« 5 ' 1. Tim Ta. Hartln. :»0. 2. Scot Ferda. Great Falli. M.I. ). Kmt Kfphms. Cut Bant. -M.« 4. Bill Dulfy. Helena. :«.9. 5. Tim Farmtr. Superior. Shulpiit 1, Jim Darlington. Honan. 5*-ll l i 2 Todd Paddock. Bjlltojs Senior. 53-3 3. Dave McE««i, Oreal Falls Russell, 53-2. 4. Dave Tilleman.Chinook. 50-7 5, Gary Kremhauer, Huntlcjr Project. M. JW I. Vk Pipink*. Great Falls. 1:59 1 2 Brad SheMen. Miles City. 2:00.1 3. Scot Browning, Forsyth. 2:01.8. 4. Lloyd Knudsen. Glasgow. 2-20 6 5 Ben Ri«e, Bozeman. S;03.J. Trililc J[[lll[t 1. Steve Baldwin. Culbertsor, 44-9»i. 2. Greg Stene. Columbus. 43-IO*'i. 3. Reggie Bamett. Great Falls Russell. 43-8 l Y 4. Joe Ludwjg. Cgt Bank 429^i. 5. Bill Johnson. Billings West 42W MO 1. Mike Guoo. Great Falls, :22.2 2. Jefl Muri Miles City. :22.3. 3. Vince Hunter. Kalispell. -22.7 4. Matt Davison. Fort Bemon, :22.7. 5. Kavin Paulson. Ptentywood -22 9 Ilifh Juim, 1. Steve Adamson. Sheibv- i'S-MS- J Sf lto *- Cfc 5-ie 5. Clav Deshnw. Great F»U»RiBj*U.MO Jxrlin . '· Mike HajfeMI. Glasgow. 174-7.1. DennisLoeo- dorf. Wolf Point. 184-4 s. Rob Veltkamn B«Ur»i» 163* «. Ken Like. Frnwlitoiro. ttt-t. i. (Cera McCauley. Big Timber. 162-4. ·U» M,k 1. Mike Houlihan. Bulte. 9.M 5. 2. Brad Burnett' Billings SCTJOT. 9:J»S. J. Ludn tfekt. C«»t Halls. 10019. 4. Tom Kaumg. Havre. 1003! 5 Uland Little Wolf, Hardin. I0:«5.». I'.Jc- fault I Keith Danreuther. Big Safldv. 13-S. 2. Tom Slrebbins. Capital. 13-«. 3. Carl' Martin. Great Fills. 12-6. 4. Boo Jensen. Manhattan. 12-0. 1. Craig Keiden.'poplar. 2U. 2. Bill Hahorson Great Falls. 21-4.3. Joe Bradshaw. Drumnwixl » 1014. 4. Greg St«x. Columbus. JM% 5 Steve Baldwin. CulberlMn. 19-9'r. I in Krl 1. Great Falls. Bill Halvorsoii. Bill Hjll. Scot Ferda. Mike Guon. :44.2. 2. Great Falls Russell :445 3. Bozeman Rosary. :M.5 Jracksters win Ross awards FVCC Trustee Herman "Chet" Ross hands one of two trophies awarded a pair of FVCC track athletes after they were named winners of the Ross 4rt- splrational Award by their teammates and coaches. Receiving individual trophies were- Kathy Bayers, left, and Rhonda Trask. It is the first time the two girls were named to share the honor since its inception in 1969 when Grace Willey took honors. Other winners include .Barbara Harpster, 1970; Merrjdy Taylor, 1971; Susan Newberry Hanson, 1972; Bonnie Thorns, 1973 and 1974; and Kivonne Tucker, 1975. Twins bounce Miners, 4-3 WHITEFISH - Four runs in the first inning were all the Glacier Twins needed Friday night, as they knocked the Butte Miners from the ranks of the unbeaten with a 4-3 American Legion baseball victory. Tim Bissell went the distance for the Twins giving up just six hits. The Twins got their four runs in the first, on a single by Steve Carlson, followed by a single by Tim Moir, a double by Dave Draeger and two Butte errors. Butte scored two unearned runs in the third and another unearned run in the ninth. Tim Mueller went the distance for the Miners, allowing four hits, and shutting out the Twins the last seven innings. "1 was really pleased with our effort," said Twins coach Gerry Hall. "Last weekend Mueller shut out the powerful Great Falls Electrics 7-0 on four hits as Butte won the invitational tourney in Great Falls." Hall also noted that the Twins had only one practice this past week due to inclement weather and two starters were out of the lineup. They were top hitter Greg Dvorak and Scott Pritchard. Hall also singled out Gary Watterud who started his first game at third base and handled several plays without an error. The Twins now are 3-fl and take to the road Tuesday to tackle three Idaho Legion teams. They will play Kellogg, Coeur d'Alene and Sandpoint. The Twins return home Friday night to host Cut Bank at 7:30 p.m. at Memorial Park and then open their conference play when they host Deer Lodge at 1:30 p.m. Sunday. Reitz powers Giants win SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Ken Reitz knocked in three runs with a two-run homer and an infield single Saturday as the San Francisco Giants sept the Philadelphia Phillies to their third consecutive "loss 1 42. Right-hander Ed Halicki, 4-8, struggled through the first six innings for the victory. «3«ra»W:*:W:¥KW:WXvttW^ PeeWee baseball One-hitters sparkle Fred Ulich and Mike Peterson gave up only one hit between them Friday night, as the Sunriser Lions PeeWee Majors team defeated Bigfork Jaycees 9-6. In other games, the Kalispell Lions whipped Skyline Dairy 11-5, Evergreen Lions walked past Trails West Realty 181, Fair-Mont-Egan pounded the Grizzlies 9-2 and Thursday night Trails West scored six runs in the third to defeat the ' Evergreen Lions 11-4. In PeeWee Minors action, Pierson Trucking won a slugfest from Lake Hills 21-16. Ulich also had three hits, including a homerun and two doubles for the Sunriser Lions, while Steve Petrini and Monte Harvey were chipping in with two hits each. Parri and Wood were the losing pitchers for Bigfork. Six runs in the fourth proved the big inning for the Kalispell Lions in their victory over Skyline Dairy. The pitching trio of Mark MacMillan, Mike McAulif fe and Mike McKay limited Skyline hitters to just four hits, including two by Shawn Flaherty. Rick Haegele with three bits and Tim Holley and Kyler Albert with triples were the big bats for the Kalispell Lions. Tommy Lyford allowed but one hit in the Evergreen Lions romp over Trails 'West. Lyford was backed by 19 hits, including three of his own. Shawn Quinn and Randy Keller rapped out four hits apiece for Evergreen. Lyford struck out 17 foes. Thursday night, Trails West was on the other end of the score, with Sanford Curtis throwing a three-hitter in the 11-4 win over Evergreen. The six runs in the third were all Curtis needed. Mark Lee had three hits, driving in two runs and Byron Miller knocked in three runs on two singles for Trails West, Tim Wachholz struck out 11 in leading Fair-Mont-Egan over the Grizzlies. The Grizzlies outhit FME 7-6, but committed four costly errors. Ellis and Morrow were the losing pitchers. Pierson Trucking outhit Lake Hills 2921 in the free-for-all. Pierson scored seven runs in the first inning, seven more in the second, five in the third and two in the fifth. Lake Hills punched out six runs in the first, two in the second, seven in the third and one in the sixth. Mike Pierson was the winning pitcher and Boby Colman was the loser. Darwin Berosik and Chris Herbold led the hitting attack for Pierson, while Todd Dale and Lloyd Colman had the hot bats for Lake Hills. SWxW:SWSW:B:W:SS:W-ro^ Babe Ruth baseball Eagles whip Evergreen Lions The Eagles got a strong pitching performance from Doug Haven and big bat production from Rick Eckelberry to pound the Evergreen Lions 18-5 in Babe Ruth baseball play Friday night. Haven shut out the Lions the last five innings after surrendering five runs in the first two innings. The Eagles produced six runs of their own in the first two innings. The Eagles produced six Haven shut out the Lions the last five innings after surrendering five runs in the first two innings. The Eagles produced six runs of their own in the first inning and added one in the second, three in the fourth, five in the fifth and three runs in the sixth. Eckelberry led the I5-hit Eagles attack with four hits in four at bate. Haven struck out eight along the way, while los- ing pitchers Mike Lowe«n and Randy Pope weren't as effective. Tim Nielsen and Pat Walsh each had two hits for the winners, while Mark Costa collected four of the six hits for the Lions. In other action, Reeds-Tinseth had little trouble with Conrad National Bank, racing to a 21-10 victory. Justin Boylan connected for a grand slam home run for the winners, plus two other hits in the 13-hit attack. Rod Tinseth and Boche also had three hits for Reeds-Tinseth. Larsen led Conrad Bank with two doubles. 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