Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on August 16, 1966 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1H< THE ANDIRSON HERALD PACE Capture Father-Son Golf Title After 13 Attempts Estes Thrills Fans With Humorous But Serious Address Mike MartiivSr. and Mike Jr., combined their best golf for a 145 to capture the overall championship of the 21st Madison County Father-Son Golf Tournament sponsored by Anderson Newspapers, Inc., over Saturday and Sunday at the Edgewpod Country Club course. Mike Sr. fired a 76 and his famed offspring fired a one-under par 69 for their total of 145 strokes or two shots better than last year's champions, John and Bill Spannuth, who combined for a 147 total. Success came to the Martin duo after 12 previous defeats on the 13th time they tried. Papa Martin explained it hap pened, "after I became a grandfather and Mike Jr., became a father." Fatherhood does something for a "guy", they say. Other crowned division winners Sunday were Dick and Jell Roberts, competing in the Junior division, win a total of 196. This age group is for 12 to 14 year-old boys. Dick fired a 69, while his son scored an 87 for top honors in this brack- FATHER-SON WINNERS Youngest Son — Mark Ault (!) Won Glove Oldest Father — Cliff Hardwlck, Won Covers Father With Most Sons — Meredith Delph (4) also won a prize, while the father with the most sons in the event, Meredith Delph, was also given a prize. Delph had our sons competing in the tournament. The lowest son's score award went to Jim feath, who had a fine round of <i. The father with the lowest total was Dick Roberts, who carded a 69. Ray Estes, Anderson High School's varsity basketball coach, was the guest speaker at last night's dinner, at which >rizes were distributed among he winners. J. E. (Ed) Flanagan, a member of the general ourney committee, was emcee for the affair. Pee We e G lath TIME IS CHARM FOR MARTINS - Robert E. Jackson (second from left), president of Anderson Newspapers, Inc., presents the George D. Crittenberger Memorial Trophy to Mike Martin, Sr. (left) as his son, Mike Martin Jr., looks on. At right is Bud Fricke, president of the Edgewood Country Club. The Crittenberger Trophy is given to the golf club which the champions come from, and in this case their Edgewood Golf Club retains possession of the beautiful trophy. Mr. Martin Sr., said in his acceptance address Sunday night at the dinner, "This is the 13th time we've tried to win the Father-Son championship and it's been lucky for us." (Herald Photo) 1— Jim 102 (39) roup (8 and u and Jeff (83) under) ' Ault— of Anderson Newspapers, Inc., sponsors for the tournament, •resented the George D. Crit- IR Mittmen Topple State Prison Team MICHIGAN CITY—Coach Bob' The third bout on the pro-Brown was dressed and ready Utter's Indiana Reformatory gram saw Sonny Oto•, 146 boxing team traveled here Saturday" to"defeat aTtrong" slate sion to th l P ris ? n '? v ?& prison squad by a 5-2 count be- James, viiouii ouuau uy n tr-A ti/iuii. uc^ . ' , ., i r ., . *v fore the inmate population and l ar i« Cr0wd 5 ou *? t J h J t CB ? > , . r . r ... . , Ilrnr.' fhn cflnnnrl onri thlrH fnutlHc a number of prison officials. The state prison team will meet the IR team in a rematch within the next two months at Pendleton. Coach Utter's two Pee Wee's, LaMar and Jones, gave the re- dropped IR's Buster Adams five times in three rounds to win won the second arid third rounds by a TKO. Adams, 230, was but the judges voted in favor down once in the first round formatory a two-man lead when first round. LaMar, 119, decisioned Arthur Ivy Barnhill, 158 (IR) won Robinson. 124, (SP), in three fast rounds. Williams, 158 Jones, 128, won a split de- frames while cision over Tommy Gardner, champion Claude (Golden Boy 130, in a fast moving thred Brown won by default when his round bout. opponent refused to fight (IR), lose an unpopular deci , The majority of the of James. IR's Hard Times Taylor, 156 gave the reformatory a 3-1 leaf when he KO'd Bobby Wallace 163, (SP) in 56 seconds of the unanimous verdict over Nat Camp Atterbury Aug. 26, it was (SP) in three announced by Coach Utter. IR lightweight QUALITY TIRES NO MATTER WHAT YOU WANT TO PAY! • Dayton Thorobreds • Dunlop Gold Seal • Super Sports 125 • Appearance Blemished Seconds • Fully Guaranteed Retreads Free Mounting and Balancing Be A Satisfied Customer Dayton TIRES CENTRAL TIRE INC. "Your Tire Super Mart" 1010 Central Ave. Ph. 643-6665 to battle. State prison champion Don 2-Ken (37) and Mark (66) Forter — 103 3—Milton Jr. (38) and Denny (70) Mills — 108 Prep Group (9-11) 1—Duane (35) ana Jim (17) Cue- 82 2—Ken (37) and Steve (51) Potter — 88 3 .(tie)—Marcus (40) and Sam (49) Maxwell — 89; Don Sr. (35) and Don LaPierre Jr. (54) — sr Junior Group (12.14) 1—Dick (69) and Jeff Roberts 87) — 156 2-Bill (81) and Mike (86) Wood ruff — 167 3—G. R. (75) and Carey (93) Me Laughlin — 168 Intermediate Group (15-17) Bill —' - the Martins. This trophy, inaugurated last year, is a traveling award, which stays for the victors. The Martins are members of the Edgewood club and the trophy will stay there another year. Last year's winners, the Spannuths, were also members of Edgewood. heavyweighi Booker, 199 twice in the second and twice j^f™ in Hie third. The bout was slated for four rounds. Five IR boxers. Pee Wee La Mar, Hard Times Taylor, Iv Barnhill, Sonny Cisco and Gol den Boy Brown will fight in the summer Golden Gloves ai -E-A-G-U- PERFECTO TOOL WINS Manager Jim Sparks' Per- [ecto Tool, Meadowbrook minor 'eague champion, topped Tibeo, Madison winner, 4 to 3, in the finals of the City Minor League playoffs yesterday at Fairview- American diamond. Bolek Pos- piezby's double and pair uf singles and Ricky Alberts' brace of hits paced Perfecto's at- ,ack. polenski, who relieved Moreilliqn in the fifth inning, ivas the winning pitcher. Meadowbrook ... 000 013—4 5 Madison .- 010 Moreillon. Dolenski 5 and Vibbert; C. Turner and Thompson. ARCADIA, Calif. (UPI) Janta Anita, opened on Dec. 2J .934, has the top seatin :apacity among California rac tracks with 25,000 fans accom modated i n the grandstanc ,000 in the club house, 1,500 fo he turf club and 7,500 infiel and paddock benches. I—John (76) and- nuth (71) Span 2—Dick (69) »nd Mike (80) Rob erts — 149 3 (tie) — Vic (72) and Bob (80 Rose — 152: John (76) and Nei (76) Spannuth — 152 Senior Group (18 and over) 1—Ernie (76) and Mike (72 Brow — 148 (771 and Mike (73 3 (tie) — Tom (83) and Jim (68 Heath -- 151; Milton (78) and Die (73) Mills — 1S1 — Low Son — Jim Heath 68 Wo Shirt Low Father — Dick Roberts — 6 Won Shirt Champions (Best Overall) Mik Sr. (76) and Mike Martin Jr. (69)— 145 Hole-In-One — Shannon Chambers LOANS UP TO $ 5,000°° OR MORE! TO CONSOLIDATE BILLS, REFINANCE AUTO FOR LOWER PAYMENTS ... OR ANY WORTHWHILE PURPOSE TAKE UP TO 4 YEARS TO REPAY "INDIANA" THE HISTORY OF OUR STATE IN A TWO RECORD ALBUM You can get thii official Sosqui- centennial album now from Ameri. can Security at corf; only $2.89 plus tax. CUM YOU nciivi J 1,000 1,500 2,000 2,500 3,000 4,000 5,000 MOHTHIT PAYMCNt $ 36.26 54.40 72.53 73.73 18.41 117.97 147.46 HO. no. 36 36 36 41 41 41 41 Op.n Monday and Friday Nighlt Until 7:00 1203 Main Street A. M. Richardion, Mgr. Ph. 644-28S1 Anderson et. Second place laurels were taken by Bill and Mike Wood ruff, who had a combined tota of 167, with Bill firing an 81 and Mike carding an 86. G.R and Carey McLaughlin nabbe( third place in the division with a 168 total. G. R. had a 75 round, while Carey fired a 93 In the Intermediate group boys 15 to 17, last year's champs, John and Bill Span nuth took top honors with a 147, two strokes behind the win ning total. John fired a 76 while young Spannuth shot a 71. Second place went to Dick and Mike Roberts, who totalec 149, with elder Roberts carding a 69 and the son tallying BO Vic and Bob Rose and John anc Neal Spannuth tied for thirc place, each duo firing a 152 total. Vic shot a 72, while Bob was firing an 80 to total 152 John and Neal each toured the layout in 76 for their 152 aggregate. In the Senior division competition, boys 18 years ant) older, Ernie and Mike Brow walked off with first place honors with a 148. Ernie had a 76, while Mike shot a 72. Marvin and Mike Jones took second place with a 150. Marvin's 77 and Mike's 73 were good for the red ribbon. Tied for third place at 151 were Tom and Jim Heath and Milton and Kick Mills. Tom carded an 83, while young Heath scorched the course with the lowest round of the tournament. Milton's 78, coupled with Dick's 73 tied the Heath total. Saturday the Pee Wee group, 8 and under, and the Prep division, 9 to 11, vied for honors in the nine-hole event. Winners of the Pee Wee title were Jim and Jeff Ault, with 9-hole total of 102. Jim fired a 39, while young Ault shot a 63. Second in this class were Ken and Mark Porter, who had a total of 103, with Ken shooting a 37 and Mark a 66. Milton Jr. and Denny Mills grabbed third place, combining their efforts for a 108. Milton Jr. had a 38; Denny, a 70. Duane and Jim C(ie emerged as champions in the Prep group with an 82 score. Duane's 39 and Jim's 47 outdistanced ;he runners-up in the division jy six strokes. Ken and Steve Porter were second with ar. 88. Ken shot a 37 while young Porter carded a 51. Marcus and Sam Maxwell and Don Sr. and Don LaPierre Jr. tied for third, each scoring an 89. Marcus' 40 and Sam's 49 score gave the Vlaxwclls their total, while Don Sr.'s 35 plus Don Jr.'s 54 equalled the Maxwell score. A highlight of the day was Shannon Chambers Sr.'s hole- in-one. Chambers carded his ice on the par 3, 140-yard 15th lole. Other traditional prizes were awarded to the youngest son competing, who was six-year- old Mark Anil. The oldest .father entercd,__Cliff Hardwick, "Hear Fred & Frank for Falls City Beer on WHBU!" Sunday. The fleet 4-year-old cplt one "year in'the home club o$ owned by Lew A. Winriey SPORTSMAN'S DIGESTS KEEP LIVE MINNOWS ABOVE WEEDS Ex-Iowa All-America Lineman Loses Battle CHICAGO (UPI) -Circuit Court Judge Fred W. (Duke) Slater, a legendary football All- America at the University of Iowa in the 1920's died Sunday night. He was 67. Slater was admitted to Chicago Wesley Memorial Hospital March 25 for treatment of stomach cancer, but returned DIPSEY SINKER RESTS ON BOTTOM-*•! SOME SPECIES OF MINNOWS TRV TO ESCAPE GAME FISH »y SWIMMING DOWN INTO WEED BEDS. THE ABOVE RIG PREVENTS THIS WHEN VSU ARE. STILL-FISHING. TIE A DROPPER IOOP ABOVE WEED TOPS. SLIP A CORK ON DROPPER'S STRANB TO KEEP MINNOW IN VIEW Sets World Record SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) Robert E. Jackson, president Sandy Fleet set. a world record of 1:14 2-5 for 6V 2 furlongs in winning the 26th running of the enberger Memorial Trophy to $10,000-added Governor's Handicap at Longacres Race Track home June 1. Born in Normal, first i " 111., Slater played football in 1914 for the Clinton, Iowa, High School. A huge man who played without a headgear, he became a gridiron legend and one of the first Negro football stars during his four years as a lineman at the University of Iowa. Slater was named All- America tackle in 1921, a year the Hawkeyes won the Big Ten title. He later played semipro football at Rock Island, 111., starred in the old American Football League, and later joined the Chicago Cardinals. He was named to the National Football League Hall of Fame in 1951. Slater was admitted to the Iowa bar in 1928 and to the Illinois bar a year later. After spending 13 years in various governmental positions, Slater was elected to the old Chicago Municipal Court in 1948. He served in various courts until his death. Slater's wife, Edda, also an Iowa graduate, died in 1962. The couple had no children. Slater is survived by three K sisters, Mrs. Annabelle Phillips, . of Vancouver, B.C.; and Mrs. Seattle, who until recently was Aurora Hoskkis and Mrs. Helen a part-time security guard at Coffey, both of Los Angeles. Longacres. ' The winning time trimmed one-fifth of a second from the 1961 at Woodbine track in Ontario and equalled at Longacres record posted by fair Juror in this season by Jim's Purchase (HOW fAST C»N YOU SHOW HIM THE.WAY TO/PACfctf i START HERE Use Bulletin-Herald Classifieds I6IVEUP TRYING TO MATCH THOSE DODGE BOYS PEALS! THE GOOD GUYS tfl WHITE HATS NEVER GIVE YOU A BUM STEER! MDflDGEBOVS IS ilMRYGG DOM MUST BESMDNOW! Those Dodge Boys are hard guys to beat—especially now! Yes, sir! It's time for their YEAR-END ROUND-UP SALE on their herd of Dodge. Which makes it your time to strike up a bargain with the Good Guys. They shoot straight Talk your kind of language. So see 'em today for a budget-wise deal of the year! (And bring the Mrs.). 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