Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 17, 1967 · Page 8
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Nampa, Idaho
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Saturday, June 17, 1967
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W»ho Free Press, Saturday, June 17,1967 - 8 3-Way Deadlock in State Meet SPORTS Gibbens Inks Yankee Pact WITH HIS DAD, Bob Gibbens, beaming proudly behind him Valllvue High School graduate Les Gibbens, left, shakes hands with Yankees' scout Dolph Camilli after Gibbens had signed his Yankee contract Thursday. Camill! said, "We're very glad to be able to get a good lefthander like Les. We've got real fine hopes for him." Les t who signed for an undisclosed sum, said, "It's like having adreamcometrue. It's the greatest thing that ever happened to me and I hope I can make the New York club." (Staff Photo) Swim Lessons Start Monday All-Boise Fray Wages For Lead CALDWELL - The blister. Ing sun failed to produce any further equally hot rounds In the second at three 18's In the Idaho State Amateur Golf Tournament at Caldwell's Purple Sage Golf Course Friday. Only one sub-par round was turned in Friday, that being a 68 by perennial challenger Walt Lowe, Sr. "I didn't do anything right today," moaned Tom Hutchins, Jr., after he sailed to a 16 after his record-breaking 66 on Thursday. HutcMns, after two rounds, Is In a dead-heat with both his brother and Butch Bayhouse, alt three of whom no* stand at 142. Bayhouse, who plays for the University ofSanFranclscoteam during the college year, has shot a pair of consistent 71's to gain his part of the tie, while Rich Hutchins has shot scores of 69 and 13. Defending State Champion Ed Stoddard of Coeur d'Alene had his troubles also Friday. "I was really awful," he said. "I couldn't putt at all, and most of my other shots were pretty bad too." Stoddard finished the second day with a score of 78 to give him a cumulative two-day total of 154, 12 strokes off the pace, horts Navis of Caldwell, the newly crowned Club Champion at Purple Sage, and Al Buratto are the nearest Caldwellites to the top three, Navis having a 148 total and Buratto 147. Close behind them is George Sweet with a 149. DEFENDING CHAMPION Ed Stoddard, not at all happy with his performance to-date in the State Amateur golf Tournament at Purple Sage, turns in his score card after finishing the second round of the tournament. Stoddard has a total of 154 strokes in the tournament, 12 strokes off the pace set by Tom and Rich Hutchins and Butch Bayfield. (Staff Photo) Wisconsin Legion Splits ?D e I en TM Double at M-F IRA Title SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UPI) -The 65th Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) championship regatta today on Lake Ononda- Wayne Peterson, al- S a will provide the answer to ways a contender, Is tied with questions centered around Wls- Navis at 148. consin, Pennsylvania, UCLA Only 16 men remain in con- Can Wisconsin become the teniion In the Championship ««* crew to repeat since Flight with scores ranging from Cornell turned the trick in 1962142 to 154. 63? Or will Penn stroke home These sixteen have been dtvid- "ie *iuner for the first time ed into four foursomes and they sln « 190 °? Can undefeated final MILTON-FREEWATER, Ore. bleheader at Couerd'Alenep-6X ~ "Winning the nightcap was R 11 E really go«I so W e COUldsa ^ B e a s p l s a . d K a m p a Coach Norm Nampa 100 000 0-1 5 4 M-F 310 003 X-7 7 4 Steward and Hakanj Brotherton and Vargo. Second Game R U E Nampa won the second game, Nampa OH ooo o-s s o 5-3, behind Bill Burneel's four- «£ TM w «» °-JJJ hit pitching after M-F copped Garde ,, ( Ar ] an w)i the opener, 7-!, beating Dan Houston's '9' Snarls NCAA Meet OMAHA, Neb. (UPI)-The Stanford Indians and the Arizona State Sun Devils battle tonight In the next to last round of the college world series for the right to meet Houston for the championship. Houston shut out Arizona State 3-0 Friday night and then won a bye Into the finals after the three teams left In the double-elimination tournament finished with 3-1 records after five days of play. The Cougars received brilliant pitching from senior Rick Brewer in dealing Arizona State its first loss. He struck out 11 and gave up only four hits in running his record to 4-0. Applying the offensive power for the Cougars was big Tom Paciorek, who boomed a double and a triple and figured in all of the scoring for Houston. The Texans scored once in (lie second and added two more runs in the fourth. The Sun Devils will sendGary Gentry, who has a record of 161, to the mound in their game with Stanford. Opposing him will be Bod Poteete, a 6-fooM- inch sophomore right-hander who is 5-0 for the year and 1-0 in the series. Tigers, Braves Win In Midget League NAMPA - In Friday's Mid- gef League baseball play, the Tigers turned back the Giants, 5-11 and (he Braves belted the Orioles, 10-3. PHONE 466-7891 or «9-4664 to place your classed ad. Across the Counter ways--such as the Interstate-is "rear-ending". (Also know as "taileating or "following too close".) Believe it or not, just such a practice led to the World's . t ,,-biggest auto accident. Near San Francisco, on a Thanksgiving Day, the weather was crisp and bright-except for a finger of fog across the Freeway. A car. traveling rapidly, suddenly was surrounded by dense foe. The driver slammed on his brakes. A second driver seeing the red brake lights, jammed on his brakes and slid to a complete stop. The first car went on, but before the second one could, a third driver "rear-ended his ° a fhen the "fun" began! A fourth! A fifth-which jumped the divider and clipped (wo oars in the opposite lanes. From that time on, the same chain reaction took place on both sides of the Freeway! A witness said it sounded like "truck loads of garbage cans being dumped. Thirty-four cars in all! And, the first driver blithely unaware of the havoc he had caused! Fortunately, no one was killed. But twenty- four cars suffered major damage. Proof once again that we all need two things: To be careful; and to have good auto insurance! May we iERVEyou? NAMPA BRANDT AGENCY "COMPLETE INSURANCE" 215 lllhAve. So. MAI 466-7M1 NAMPA --Theclty recreation owsiey. and Red Cross swimming les- Beetnners sons start next Monday, June 19, at the city pool and will run until June 30. Classes have been set up by groups for 9-9:30 a.m., 9:4010:10, 10:20-10:50, 11-11:30, 11:40 a.m.-12:10 p. m., and 12:2012:50. Swimmers by classes: 9-9:30 A.M. Beginners (6-1) - Kellh McIndoo, Ronnie Mills, MIXe Schell, Susan Wood, Barrett Cain, Tina Kurpjuwclt, Janice Galloway, Susan Bllckenstaff. Beginners (10-13) - Albert Kurpjuwelt, Bill McDanlel, Doug Bozarlh, Jerl Pline, Ronl PHne, David Kunkel, Susannah Young, ·Joseph Scarlett. Beginners (8-9) - Michael Coleman, John Wood, Valarie Cain, Slaulc Cain, Debbie Kurpjuweit, Doug Blickenstaff, Steven Pline, Penny Gepford. Intermediates - Terry Schall, KaySchell, Krlstl Molndoo, Kevin Cain, Sheryl Galloway, Linda Wade, Pally Lawerence, Jett Pline. 9:40-10:10 A.M. Beginners (6-7) - Marcle Tuckness, Billie Stuart, Vicki Pettlt, Gary Jackson, Shelley Barcher, Blair Horner, Roxie Schober, Brenda Jo Myers. Beginners (8-9)- Dana Tuckness, Jodene Blerman, Teresa Frost, Terry Barcher, Oayle Carter, Donna Schober, J e r r y Frasier, .Mark Jarratt. Beginners (10-13)-JanTuck- ness, Bonnie Blacha, Janeen Itami, Judy Itami, Connie Jackson, Roxte Myers, Jay Frasier, Vicfci Stuart. Intermediates -Margie Frosl, Patty Frost, Lisla Pettlt, Norma Robbins, Julie Robbins, Jerry Jactoon, Ralph Jenkins, Debra Jenkins. 10:20-10:50 A.M. Beginners (6-7) - Gene Barnard, Korine Backsen, Tommy Paxton, John McWaters, Michael Studer, Brian Snyder, Jeff Hill, Duane Prouty, Beginners (8-9) - Mark Barnard, DeWayne Backsen, Jerry Rohan, Raymond Studer, Everett (10-13) - Dennis Backsen, David Backsen, Reglne Backsen, Roehelle Reed, Sandra Foster, Krtstle Hill, Vlokl Owsiey, Jerry Vassar. Advanced Swimmers - Donald Jenkins, 11-11:30 A,M. Beginners (6-7)-CherlRain- ingcr, Dana Hayes, Jim Hayes, Devon Etherlon, Steve Alcorn, Karmen Hood, Kevin Henry, Shawn Henry. Beginners (8-9)-Ronnlc Zimmerman, Chris Emmerl, Diane Martineau, Sonya Marak, Gene Hayes, Barbara Fleelwood, Dave Mann, Mike Alcorn, Kent Smith. Beginners (10-13) - Jimmy Zimmerman, Jolyn Emmert, Terry Raininger, Penny lUln- inger, Steven Henry, Rodney Matlock, Cindy Mattock, Melvin Jackson, Intermediates ~ Janet Henry, Debbie Alcorn, Karen Hoelzle, Janette Hoelzle, Kathy Smith, Janel Dobson, Diane Dobson, Debbie Sorenson, 11:40-12:10 P.M. Beginners (6-7)-Sharon Box, David Freeman, Beth Sovvell, Jack Noble, Randy Bradley, Dan Noble, Tlsha Thornburg, Daron Cowley, Beginners - Steven Box, Robert Freeman, Robert Sowell, David Kunerth, Sheri Noble, Kelley Bradley, Calvin Newby, Bussy Aguilar, Beginners (10-13) - Coleen Kunerlh, Diane Kunerth, Diane Noble, Victor Noble, Slormy Agullar, Guy Aguilar,BrcntSte- ward, Scott Butler. Intermediates - Charles Kunerth, Christl Newby, Debbie Newby, Janet Noble, Curtis Thornburg, Jerl Lu Cowley. 12:20-12:50 P.M. Beginners (6-7) - Tommy Forrey, Kenneth Forrey, Pattie Bell, Melanie Leff, Peggy Gibbs, Wanda Glbbs, Pally Glbbs, Jamie Preston. Beginners (8-9) - Kimberly Forrey, Glenda Bell, Randy Preston, Vickt Norman, Sylvia Norris, Duncan Norman, Steve Heath, Ricky McClure. Beginners (10-13) - Fred Heath. Intermediates - Tom Preston, started their final rounds at 11:50 this morning. The other three foursomes will be hitting off the first tee at 10 minute Intervals after the first four players. Those who remain In the Championship Flight are as follows: 11:50 Steve Thomas Lewlston 7519-154. Ed Sloddard, Coeur d'- Alene, 76-78-154. Gordle Crockett, Caldwell, 75-75-153. Bart Schuerman, Pocalello, 76-77153. 12:00 George Swe«t, Caldwell, 7673-149. Walt lave, Jr. Boise, 74-75-149. D»rcy Frederick Boise, 75-74-149, Greg Trail, Boise, 75-73-148. 12:10 Al Buralte, Caldwell, 74-73141. Charles Allan, Jr., Boise, 74-73-147, Loris Navis, Caldwell, 74-14-148, Wayne Peterson, Nampa, 71-77-148. 12:20 Tom Hulchlns, Jr., Boise, 6676-142. Rich Hutohlns, Boise, 69-73-142, Butch Bayhouse, Boise, 71-71-142, Walt Lowe, Sr., Boise, 77-68-145. 'B' Legion Clubs Play Here Sunday NAMPA - The Nampa American Legion "B" baseball team will play Cralgmont Sunday at Clipper Field. These two clubs are rated as tops in state "B" circles. Cowboys' Ren fro Signs 3-Year Pact DALLAS (UPl)-Mel Renfro, safetyman for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League, Friday signed a three-year contract, team officials announced. Renfro went to the Cowboys' training camp last year as an offensive back, but after being injured early in the year was switched to the safety gaol. UCLA or upstart northeastern crash the winner's circle? Penn Coach Joe Burk thinks his oarsmen can weep the competition, a feat that has been accomplished only four times since the IRA championship was moved to Syracuse in 1952. Horse Favorites Win Ontario Races ONTARIO - Favored King's Tiara and Tinky's Shootin 1 Iron won the two ends of the Appaloosa Futurity trials Fridaynight at the Ontario Fairgrounds track. Tinky's Shootin' Iron coupled with Red Reason in the third race for a daily double payoff of $17.20. Owner's Event and Gemini ran one-two in thefourthrace for a $147 qulnella return. Ashe flays, U.S. Hetters Favored GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador (UPfl The United States, bolstered by the presence of Arthur Ashe, was a solid favorite to turn back Ecuador in the American Zone finals of the Davis Cup tennis competition starting today. Ashe, the top-ranking amateur in the U.S. from Richmond, Va., currently is serving in the Army and it was not expected that he would receive another pass after playing against Mexico three weeks ago. Ashe will play In today's second singles against Miguel Olvera of Ecuador after Cliff Richey of Dallas, Tex., opens against Francisco Guzman. Four Nampa errors helped M-F to three-run spurts in both the first and sixth innings of the first game. Singles by Mark lliggs and Larry Burton plus a balk gave Nampa its only run in the firsl inning. In the nightcap, Nampa scored four clinching runs in the third inning. Singles by Higgs and Mike Meyers, with each stealing, set the state for a two-run single by Burton. Burneel and Bill Bisch also produced run- scoring hits in the frame. Steward had scored in the second inning on a single, two stolen bases, and a fielder's choice. Tonight Nampa plays a dou- Meridian Race field Trimmed MERIDIAN - Eight of the nine top A class drivers maynotrace at Meridian Speedway tonight in order to compete In the CAMRA races it Pocatello. However, Nampa's Ken Hamilton, the A Classpointleader.has decided to racehere tonight along with Warn Culver, Meridian; Dallas Chester, Bob Harris and Al Crowell, all of Boise; and Jim Dillon, ffampa. NAMPA DRY GLEANERS "Where Quality is First" Across from Post Office Phone 466-0211 Sluder, Brenda Whitten, Terry ChucK Norman. HUT OPENING JUNE 20th Light and dark Beer on tap Piano and Banjo music Fri. Sat. Second locution in Nampa 16-- 13thAve. So. Across Iron "7 Seas" ATTENTION KIDS!! This is Your Invitation to WILLIAM KAY'S SHRINE CIRCUS Tuesday, June 20th Courtesy of the NAMPA SHRINE CLUB Meet at the Nampa Salvation Army Building at 9 A.M. lues. --Bring A Sack Lunch-- Child's Name 1 give permission lor lh« above named children lo allend. Signed: iUiK fuxmiHfo tr mown sos co. COMMENT Bv Blair Shepherd FATHER'S DAY t was probably never inten- ional, but it seems somehow ippropriatc hat the irst official il other's )ay was held in 1906 while the irst official "ather's laydidn't come until 1910... :wo years atcr. In tlie same way, we remember Mom in Mpy and get around to Dart a month laler. That's the way fathers would always want it. if they had a say in ihe matter. Lcl's do something for Mother lirst, we can hear him saying, and if there's anything left over, well that will bo fine lor Dad. Whal falher h.ns never said, "Ladies lirst"? Of course. Mom finds a good many ways to pul Dad firsl, maybe without his noticing Father's Day is a great chance for Ihe whole family to let him know just how firsl rate he is in our eyes . . . and in our hearls. Like most things, love, too gains a little honesl advertising once in a while . . . so be sure to "advertise" the way you feel on Father's Kay'. SHEPHERD MORTUARY 415-12lh Av*. So. 466-3522 You are cordially invited! SATURDAY SUNDAY 1 to 8 p.m. 439 West Colorado in Moad subdivision Come see Dick Grant's All-Electric "UNIQUE ON DISPLA Y A furnished^ decorated, and landscaped Gold Medallion home Dick Grant's copyrighted "Unique" home includes flameless electric living --modern radiant electric heat, ever so clean and convenient, not a whisper of sound, no moving parts. It has flameless cooking and water heating, dishwasher, disposer and a host of provisions for all- electric living. There's no match for flameless electric living--see Dick Grant's all-electric home this week-end! · · X I I O I»OWER Does So MUCrLCosb So LITTLE

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