The Naples Daily News from Naples, Florida on August 12, 1975 · Page 15
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Ashe Loses, Blames Slick Clay Court I N D I A N A P O L I S ( U P I ) - Spanish Davis Cup ace Manuel Oranles crushed Wimbledon champion Arthur Ashe, 6-2, 6-2, Monday nighl at Ihe $150,000 Nalional Clay Courts tennis championships and confidently predicted anolher win at Forest Hills later this month al Ihe U S Open. The 26-year-old Orantes, who grew up playing on Ihe clay courts of Barcelona, said he was glad thai Forest Hills had changed from grass courls to clay surfaces this year, making ihem very similar lo those on which he won $16,000 Monday. Ashe collected $8,000 for his second- place finish. if Vitas Withdraws -- 8C "lam hilling every shot and I am very confident in my game," Orantes said. "I think I have a belter chance to win Forest Hills now that it is on clay and not grass. There are a group of players who have a better chance because of the clay surface and I think I'm one of them." Ashe, who has won the U.S. Open on grass courts, said that his chances now "don't look t h a t good but it's a challenge. I feel like I'm on roller skates when I'm on clay. Orantes is a better player than I am on clay." * Stan Smith Class -- 3C Oranles, whu was seeded third but won 72 games and lost only 24 all week without losing a set in six mulches, needed less lhan an hour to catch the men's singles crown over the second seeded Ashe. Ashe, from Miami, broke service only.once during the entire match, in Ihe third game of Ihe first sel to gain a temporary 2-1 advantage. However, in the fourth game, Asho lost four straight points on errors while serving to lose (he advantage he had gained. Orantes held his own service la go ahead, 3-2, heading into the sixlh game which was bolh the longest and the turning poinl of Ihe match. Ashe was serving and started wilh an ace lo go ahead 15-0 in a game lhal went lo ducce five times before Oranles f i n a l l y carried the game when he returned Ashe's service wilh a forehand t h a t caught Ashe flat- fooled, giving Orantes a service break and a 4-2 lead lliat quickly turned lo a 6-2 sel. In the second set, Oranles threw three love games at his opponent, including the eighth and final game. SPORTS Section C NAPLES DAILY NEWS TUBS., Aug. 12, 1975 Fred Manwell, Ray Mitchell, John Bungartz and Bryan LeMay check card, in PAL tourney. siaii ohows by wwi Bill Butler, Bob Steele and John Collins watch Roy Harris address his putt. Chillemi Now Entered In Women's Amateur Naples golfer Connie Chillemi was among the field today as the first round of the 75th U.S. Women's Amateur Golf Championships was played at the Brae Burn Country Club in Newton, Mass. The former Lely High link- ster q u a l i f i e d for the event Monday with a Uvo-under-par 76, which put her in a tie for 12lh. She was to meet Pennsylvania golfer Carol Semple today. A total of 64 women qualified out of a field of 150 in 13 hours of action Monday. Several players who were unable lo play Monday because of darkness were scheduled to try to qualify this morning before the t o u r n a m e n t got the o f f i c i a l green flag. Nancy Roth Syms began the qualifying round by hitting into a bunker and hogeying the first hole. But she made up for that w i l h three birdies and ended up with the qualifying medal. Mrs. Syms, of Colorado Springs, Cold., had a two-under par 71 in West Newton, University of Florida senior Donna Horton of Jacksonville was second with a one-under- par 72, At 74, one over, were: defending champion Cynthia Hill of Colorado Springs, Colo; former champion Mary Budkc of Dayton, Ore.; and Sara Jane Stuhler of Fort Johnson, N.Y. Miss Hill said she was apprehensive before the qualifying round. Debbie Massey of Bethlehem, Pa., who Sunday won the Canadian amateur championship, was in a large group of players who shot 75. Included were former champion Mrs. Mark Porter of Riverton, N.C.; Nancy Lopez, the 18-year-old former U.S. junior champion from Roshivell, N.M.; and the New England and Rhode Island champion, Martha Wilkinson Kirouac of the Rhode Island Country Club. Miss C h i l l e m i was eliminated from the U.S. Junior G i r l s competition last Friday in the quarterfinals by C a l i f o r n i a n Dayna Benson. Miss Benson failed lo make the cut in Monday's play, shooting an 84. Golf Tournament Raises $ 1,200 for PAL Youth A field of 109 local gotfers took pan in the annual Police Athletic League Benefit Golf Tournament Sunday at the Naples Beach Club. Over $1,200 was raised to go toward expenses of the youth football program. The event was co- spflnsored by the Naples Daily News and Radio Station WNOG. The tourney was highlighted by three sub-par rounds, as Pete Murray had a two-under- par 70 and Larry Cunningham and John Casper penciled in one-under Vl's. Prize winners can pick up prizes at the Beach Club pro shop. The winners in the various categories were as follows" GROSS Pefe Murray Larry Cunningham Jerry Fyke FIRST FLIGHT Sy Phllllpi 4 John Caiper 4 Pete Gulieppe John Weber Jfm Stone Bob Ellen Harry Souchelll Gnrge Thompton Ralph Allen Father GoggCn Jack Myeri Ron Maine* P. Brehop SECOND FLIGHT Ray Oli en Ray Harris Fred Manwell Max Schmidt John Woodruff Larry Woodt Ray Mil thell Donn ovnn Tom Ferrara Date Uhllch Orlando Colaltrii 7 BooOljort 7 THIRD FLIGHT Dick Vetter · t lihleToui · - John Bungorti Jim DeVogl Tom Provtiuono John Millar Sandy Sandqulit Garry Carlo Leo Chick e ring Waldo Coppi BUI Hlggt Cordon Kelly Jim Matthew i Daryl Corbln RayMarrli .FOURTH FLIGHT Mel Cewandohvikf Bill Youno Dnvli Klckllghler Ron Horr L.L. Hampton Wayne Marian Lamer Ada mi Randy Dovli Tom Schesiler Bill Parks BLIND BOGEY Davii Klcklighter Dlck Cu thing Ron Hanei Pele Gulseppe Max Schmidt Pat Paplneou CLOSE-TO PIN George Thompian John Caiper No. i Ralph Allen Lorry Cimulnphom 70 71 73 73 73 73 71 71 s s 5 S iS n it 7? 7? 74 7i 79 BO 11 72 72 73 73 71 No, 3 Ko. 11 NO. 14 Sports Guide Boating Forecast: Good boal- ing conditions with fair weather and easterly winds 7-10 miles per hour on shore in the afternoon. Seas 1-3 feet through Wednesday. TIDES Eastern Daylight Time Naples Outer Coasl Dote High ' Low AM PM · AM PM August 12 3:39 4:55. 10:35 10:27 13 4:40 4:04 11:38 11:06 U 5:30 7:46 12:57 15 6:34 9:45 12:02 2:2? 16 8:04 11:05 1:38 3:53 17 9:33 11:48 3:28 5:00 Add one hour for Maples Bay Bridge --Add one hour (or Marco SOLAR TABLES Eastern Davllpht Time Sunrise Sunsel August 12 6:59 a.m. 8:06 p.m. 13 7:00 a.m. 8:04 p.m. 14 7:00 a.m. 8:03 p.m. 15 7:00 a.m. 8:02 p.m. 16 7:01 a.m. 8:00 p.m. 17 7:01 a.m. 8:00 p.m. LUNAR TABLES Eoslcrn DavNoht Time Moonrlse Moonsel *** PERFECT SCORE Raymond Brown, center, is congratulated for his perfect score on the Coast Guard sailing course test d u r i n g Monday night's 'graduation ceremonies at the Auxiliary Station on the Bay ol Naples. On the left is assistant public education officer Tyler Janney, while presenting the certificate award to Brown is Flotilla 93 Vice Cmdr. M u r r a y Spies. A perfect score on the rugged examination represents thorough knowledge in the skills of sailing. Slalt pholo by While *** Dolphins Cut Roster by 4 M I A M I ( U P I ) - The Miami Dolphins placed four players on waivers Monday to trim their roster to 59, plus three College All-Stars, putting them one below today's player limit. Placed on waivers were: quarterback Jack Graham, a Hth-round draft choice from Colorado State; tight end-wide receiver Joe Jackson, a 10th- round draft pick from Penn State; and free agents Earl Owens, W a s h i n g t o n guard, and Steve Kough, Michigan State wide receiver. A club spokesman also announced Monday defensive end Bill Stanfill and wide receiver Howard Twilley will be sidelined at least for this w e e k e n d's exhibition game against Detroit because of injuriessustained in Saturday's 7-3 exhibition victory over the Bengals. Walter James Is Released by Dallas August 12 13 14 15 16 17 12 Graduate from Sailing Class 12:27 p.m. 1:2B p.m. ' 2:30 p.m. . 3:26 p.m. 4:17 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 11.-50 p.m. 15:36 a.m. 1:27 a.m. 2:20 a.m. 3:12a.m. Dale Phase Aug. 7 -- New Moon Aug. 14 -- Flrsl Quarler Aug. 21 -- Full Moon Aug. 29 -- Last Quarter Aug. fl -- Perigee Aug. 24 -- Apogee The U.S. Coasl Guard Sailing Class g r a d u a t i o n ceremony lhat look place at the Coasl Guard Auxiliary Station on Ihe. Bay of Naples Monday was proof that sailing is a recrea- t i o n a l pastime enjoyed by water lovers of all ages. Sailing buffs from age 12 In 70 p a r t i c i p a t e d in (he mosl recently cor/Jucted classes and 12 received g r a d u a t i o n cert i f i c a t e s Monday. Those 12 were ones who scored passing grades on an examination which winds up the course. For iho firsl time in many class sessions, education officer Holder) Migby repported a perfecl score -· ·;..'· lion. Raymoii!' ·'. . .970 Harvest Court, comp I t..« test without missing , .tingle answer. Terry Lynn Slaugenhaupt, 5121 Sand Dollar Lane, scored second highest. A m o n g Ihe gradualcs was G u l f v i e w M i d d l e School student Profulla Singh. He is just 12 years old, one of the younger sailors to complete the course and receive a certificate in recent times. The Coast Guard conducts- Ihe course p e r i o d i c a l l y throughout Ihe year to promote safely in s a i l i n g t h r o u g h knowledge of its skills. The nexi sailing course will be offered beginning Nov. 6. A boating skills and seamanship course for power boating enthusiasts will begin Sept. I I . The Coasl Guard provides skilled instructors for the classes f r e e of c h a r g e . Those who take the courses pay only lor the textbooks. Former I m m o k a l e e H i g h School f o o t b a l l star W a l t e r James received disappointing news Monday when the Dallas Cowboys, moving toward the 'mandatory 60-player l i m i t , released eight players. The F l o r i d a AM g r a d u a t e had signed with the Cowboys as a free agent and was hoping to make Ihe squad primarily as a m e m b e r of the specially teams, but was cut. He was a running back ii AM. The Cowboys also cut four d r a f t choices, a veteran quarterback and two other free agents. Lee Gasienieco of Rutgers, who served on the Cowboys' Taxi squad last season was cut, leaving Roger Staubach, Clint l.ongley and rookie Jim Zern as the three QB's in the Dallas Camp. The f o u r d r a f t choices released were Colorado State tight end Pele Clark, Arizona wide receiver Willie Hamilton, R u t g e r s d e f e n s i v Jones and Oregon center Greg Krpalek. Free agents sliced from the rosier, in addition to James, included Houston wide receiver Wayne Johnson and Catawba tackle Daniel Fish.

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