The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on August 30, 1970 · Page 11
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 11

Greenville, Mississippi
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Sunday, August 30, 1970
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Muny golf tourney set for weekend Don't forget the fifth annual (·rrrnville Municipal golf tournament this weekend--Saturday and Sunday--at the Muny course. I'ro Leon Langlcy said entries arc now being taken and will be until the last minute Saturday. Entry fee is $15 and all golfers 17 years old and over are eligible to compete. See Langley for more details on the 36-hole medal-play event. HALL-YERGER, ING. I INVESTMENT SECURITIES ; We offer subject to prior sale :1,000 Kimbrough Investment $ 1.25 J200 Greater Bus. Ind. Dev. (Mr Cat) $ 2.00 500 Southern Bus. Ind. Dev. (Hilton), $ 1.25 300 Dixie National Life Ins Co $ 6.75 500 Consolidated American Life Ins Co. $ 5.25 PHONE 601-948-3402 nar-ni/ M A T , 236 East Capitol St. BAGBY HALL JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI MARK c - YERGER . . M E M B E R N A T I O N A L A S S O C I A T I O N O F S E C U R I T I E S DEALERS, I N C . Staff Photo by Michael Vernw Kattawar: a board breaker Jerry Kattawar (center) breaks board held by two of his Greenville Shotokan teammates after first doing u flying front snap kick over three other teammates (all girls) in the Mississippi Invitational Karate Shiai at Elwyn Ward Recreation Center Saturday. SRIEJSSS FRAMING LUMBER Wickes carries the area's most complete inventory of framing lumber. Modern handling storage combined with volume buying, assures you first quality lumber products at bargain prices. Assoc. grade stamped. 2"x4"x92 5 /» Prefinished PANELING Genuine birch from Canada. Protective aery-clad* finish. Delicate toning for added beauty. Great for any room! Turpin Natural Birch Turpin Antique Birch YOUR CHOICE REG. 5.49 Check Our COMPLETE LINE of PANELING ACCESSORIES SAVE OVER 10% SHEET Interior Mahogany Door Units!! 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The event was sponsored by the Dixie National Karate Association. Another Greenville team, which uses the shotokan style, managed to gain fourth place in the event behind second place Jackson and third place El Dorado, Ark. The winners totaled 64 points while Jackson had 51, El Dorado 49 and Greenville Shotokan 45. Greenville's Larry Dreiier, who won first place in black belt kumite (free sparr) competition and Jackson's Randy Small, who took first place in kala (form) action, were named co-champs of the shiai for winning the top places in the highest belt degree. Drcher, the Greenville Isshinryu instructor, said, "This is the first tournament of its kind ever held in Greenville and the city has needed it a long time. We had people going and coming all day long. "I believe a lot of interest was s t i m u l a t e d , " continued Drcher. "The tournament was for the people and at the same time we had instructions in karate technique and also karate demonstrations. Bill Gardo, the regional director of the Dixie National Karate Association of the United States, travelled from his home town in Jackson to witness the shiai. Gardo said, "The shiai went over real well and the public seemed to respond !o this fast-growing sport of the Mid-Deltal'He added that he is in hopes of having a larger u..irnamenl here that would represent n-.v -- more states of the U.S. Three stales--Mississippi, Arkansas and Louisiana--competed. Ruston, La. and El Dorado, Ark. combined as one team under El Dorado. Greenville had a double winner in Claude Turner of the Shotokan Club. Turner managed victories in both the white belt kata and kumite. Other Greenvillians, who won a first other than Dreher and Turner were: Jerry Kattawar (Sholokan Club) in brown belt kum'itc; John High (Isshinryu Club) in green belt kumile; Rip Hoxie (Shotokan Club) in yellow belt kumite; Jim Renfroe (Isshinryu Club) in yellow blet kata; and Juanaita Turner (Shotokan Club) in women's kumite. Other than a men and women's division, a junior group and a Pee Wee division also competed. A former Greenvillian, Craig Duncan, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Duncan of Cleveland and the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William "Bubba" Duncan of Greenville, also brought home a first in the kumite Pee Wee Division. The chief official of the shiai was Fred Vanackern of Little Rock, Ark. Bill Mullen of Ihe University of Southern Mississippi (Hattiesburg) served as tourney director. Garbo, who is a fourth degree black belt, was a guest official of the tourney. Dreher said points for each place were gained by the form and ability of the four top · finisher in each event rather than a certain · number of points for each place. The winning team award, a sumrai sword,was presented to Dreher, who received it in behalf of his club. Dreher said it is a sword used by ancient karate participants of the orient as defense against their enemies. The next karate tournament--The Dixie National Region Karate Chammpionships-- will be coming up Sept. 19 at Ruston, La. in memorial gym. To see how other Greenvillians finished, see complete summary below. MEN'S DIVISION Black Belt Kata (form)--1. Randy Small, Jackson; 2. Bo Hardy, Little Rock, Ark.; 3. Bill Mullen, Hattiesburg; 4. Larry Dreher, Greenville Isshinryu. Black Belt Kumite (free sparr)--1. Larry Dreher, Greenville; 2. Randy Small, Jackson; 3. Bill Mullen, Hattiosburg; 4. Bo Hardy, Little Rock. Brown Belt Kata--1. Audie Smith, Jackson; 2. Bobby Turcotte, Greenville Isshinryu; 3. Gary Lloyd, El Dorado, Ark.; 4. Richard Plckett, ' Jackson. Brown Belt Kumite--1. Jerry Kattawar, Greenville Shotokan,-2. Gary Lloyd, El Dorado; 3. : Audie Smith, Jackson; 4. Wayne Harper, Little Rock. Green Belt Kata--1. John Hlght, Greenville Isshinryu; 2. Bob Mccallum, Jackson. Green Belt Kumite--1. James Downing, Morgan City; 2. BobMcCallum, Jackson;'3. Mike Morgan, Little RRock; 4. John Hlght, Greenville. Yellow Belt Kata--1. Jim Renfroe, Greenville Isshinryu; 2. James Shuff, Greenville Isshinryu; 3. Steve Duzan, El Dorado; 4. Rip Hoxie, Greenville Shotokan. Yellow Belt Kumite--1. Rip Hoxie, Greenville; 2. Steve Duzan, El Dorado; 3. Gus Johnson, Greenville Shotokan; 4. Charlie Doze, Greenwood. White Belt Kata--1. Claude Turner, Greenville Shotokan; 2. Greer Whllacre, Greenville · Isshinryu; 3. Randy Adams, Greenville Isshinryu; 4. Charles Webb, Greenville Shotokan. White Bell Kumite--I, Claude Turner, Green, vllle; 2. Ralph Jolley, Forest City, Ark.; 3. Greg Wilson, Greenville Isshinryu; 4. Larry Cassldy, Greenwood. LADIES DIVISION Kata--1. Kay Smith, Greenwood; 2. Mildred Katlawar, Greenville Shotokin; 3. Juanlta Tur. ner, Greenville Shotokan; 4. JUNIOR DIVISION (BOYS) Kata--1. Robert Crock, El Dorado; 2. Terry Kclley, El Dorado; 3 David Kclley, El Dorado. Kumite--1. Robert Crock, El Dorado; 2. Terry Kclley, El Dorado. PEEWEEDIVISION (BOYS) Kumltc--1. Craig Duncan, Cleveland; 2. David Kelley, El Dorado. Nichols and Jones tied for Dow Jones Open LIFTON, N. J. (UPD--Bobby Nichols and Labron Harris surged from behind to tic for the third-round lead in the $300,000 Dow Jones Open golf championship Saturday us the early leaders wilted under the pressure of the game's richest event. Nichols shot a three-under-par 09 and Harris a Iwo-under-par 70, for 54-hole totals of 207, two strokes ahead of the field in the race for a $60,000 first prize jackpot. Bruce Crampton, Orville Moody and Paul Harney, the three who shared the second- round lead, dropped behind in in a flurry of bogies. Harris, the 1962 U. S. Amateur champion who still is looking for his first tour victory, sank a birdie putt at the 600-yard, par-5, 18th hole to earn his share of the lead. Nichols needed a 15-foot putt to salvage a par at the tough 230-yard, par 3, 17th bole and then came out of the rough to make a three-footer for n par at 1. Youngsters John Miller and Lurry Hinson, with 09 and 70 respectively, were lied for third place at 209. Cramplon, troubled by a balky putter, shot a two-over-par 74 for a 210 total and a fifth place tie with Jack Nichlaus, who shot 69 and Homero Blancas, who had a 70. Moody slipped to a 75 after his Montclair Country Club record 64 Friday for a 211 total while Harney ballooned to an 02 for 218. Nichols, the beadppro at Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio, whose last tour victory came in the 1960 Minnesota Open, had rounds of 68 and 70 in the first two days while Harris had 69 and 68. Crampton missed three putts of four feet or less in one four hole stretch on (he front nine suffered two bogies, then went over par again at No. 16 when he drove into trees and hit his second shot into a sand trap. Moody also had troubles wilb the sand, hitting into it three limes for bogies on the first eight holes. Harney had two double bogies in his round, which matched the day's high score. Jonlng Moody at 211 were Jim Colbert, Dan Sikes, Charles Coody, Bob Limn and Jim Jam ieson. H i l l y Casper, PGA champion Dave Stockton, Julius Boras and Grier Jones were at 212. Arnold Palmer stumbled to a 77 for a 221) total, 13 strokes off (he pace. Wayne, N. J. is new Little League champ WILUAMSPOHT, P H . ( U P I ) - Centerfielder Dave Shaver knocked in two runs with a double in Ihe second inning Saturday as Wayne, N.J., defeated Campbell, Calif., 2-0, for the 2411) annual Little League World Series Championship. The victory returned the championship lo Ihe United Stales for [ho first lime since 1906. California got four of its six hils in the firsl two innings of Ihe six inning game but never could pick up a run. In Ihe second inning, Kevin Linnane opened with a single, wenl lo second on a single by his twin brother, Kelly, and moved lo third on an error. Hut Ilia! was as close as I hey came to a run. Sieve O'Neill, Ihe li-foot-5 righthander hurled a six hitter for Wayne as he slruck oul six and walked Iwo. In winning Ihe chain- Jackson Bombers I eliminate Memphis f M K M P I I I S ( D P I ) -- T h e Jackson, | Miss. I t o i n l i i ' i s e l i m i n a t e d i|!j Memphis Hill Spews from the ¥: A m e r i c a n Legion South Central ¥; Itcgioiiiil Tournamciil S a t u r d a y It- :£ I. Pitchers (till Daniel ami Steve :§ I'rcstridge combined on » four- ·:·: hitter. | Sec story on page 10 for earlier :·:· Ainericnii Legion action. S pionship, O'Neill extended his streak lo 12 innings wilhoul a run. On Wednesday he pitched a no h i t , no run game against Vnlleyfield, Quebec, Canada. Itighlfielder Mike Fanlau saved O'Neill's shutout on a catch in Ihe fourth inning wilh a California runner on second and two outs. Fanlau ran in about 10 feet, slipped to his knees and caughl Ihe ball jusl above (he grass. Higlilhandcr Tom Davis, who slruck oul 11 and walked only one, was lagged wilh the defeat. Davis had a 0-1 record since his team began (he climb lo the finals. Wayne had an overall tournament record of lf-0 dating back lo their slarl at their hometown field in norlhfrn New Jersey. Richey upsets Germany's best C L K V K L A N D ( U P I ( - A c r o b a t i c Cliff Hiehcy upset West Germany's top-ranked player Christian Kuhnke, 6-3, 6-4, fl-2, Saturday after A r t h u r Ashe had defeated Wilhelm Uungcrt 6-2, 10-8, 6-2, to give the Unilcd States a commanding 2-0 lead in the Davis Cup Challenge Hound, The sweep of the opening matches meant Ihe U.S. squad has only lo win one more match out of the three remaining --the doubles match Sunday and Iwo singles matches Monday --to retain Ihe Cup, symbolic of world amateur tennis supremacy. Ashe's victory hnd been expected by the Germans, hut they had counted on winning both singles ngainst Klchcy In the best-of- five matches,

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