Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 25, 1975 · Page 11
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h M he I -The chances are one-in-a-million with lightning, but Ihe odds are better"" be at Hillcrest next month. No fists, but the A's clobber Mavs RlHSK - fulling op what Boise A'.- manager Tom Trt'helliorn called the t:esl efforts ul'the season, pitchers Guy Murphy and Brian Kitignnm put out a three-hitter ami a one- hitter ennsci'ulivcly Tbursib) night to run Ihe A's winning streak lo eight games, and give them $-2 and 7-"j wins over the Foriland Mavericks. Wilh Kingman narrowly missmg -.: no-hitter in the niglitcap. the A's ran Iheir slreak hi [our wins^ovef the Mavs. nnijj Iwo weeks ago the team lhal nobody seeincd to be able to heal. One more game remains in Ihe series tonight, to he played al Ihe conclusion of Ihe i:'M p.m. Senators-Gems game. Boise is now in second place in Ihe Southern hut is seven and a half games behind the Eugene Emeralds, currently on a tear that won't null. So in spile of Boise's current streak, they have only nicked up one half game on the Kms since last playing thai very chili. Walla Walla is now in third, eight back. Portland continues to lead the north. Inn ihcir once bulging load lus been chopped lo 7 ' j games Seallli?. now 18--JI, is in secnml and Hellingham is in last In ihe first game Iasl nighl. Mir|!n kept 'hings very much ur.der cunlrol except for one u'ry lal pilch in Ihe second minim. Larry Collon. I'ortland's designated inner, rapped that nne ou-i Ihe wall for a Iwnruri homer and ihen all ihe Mavs' firsi-game scoring. I'nrlland was ahead 2-n al lhal poinl. hut Mike- .lotics got things going lor noise- w i t h a homer in Ihe bottom ul ihe same and a n o t h e r homer by Mike Hiulrigni'/ in the fourth lied Ihe game. When Iioise sent 10 hatters lo (he plale in Ihe fifth-scoring six runs--il w a s all over in essence. After lhal. it was Kingman's lurn lo keep (he string going. Things wenl smonlhly and Kingman himself didn't realize whai he had going until Ihe fourth inning. He continued to roll right along, and with Ihe help of a pair of clutch fielding plays by Woculy Wnodard-onc in Ihe fifth and one in the sixlh- he slil! had his no-hilter through Ihe lirsl oul of the seventh. Thai's when Steve Cnllelle sliced a 3-0 pitch just inside first P O R T L A N D We/er lb Corvanles is Hcllanod Ccllcne ?b Hrtlnck lb Collcnrtti Crill II S c o l l c Guischer p Hicks p TOTALS BOISE Wocdardss Harrisonib Mahlacf Rcdr.queidh Jones II Rcdnqvjes lb AB R tl RBI 4 1 ! 1 Hur.fer c Murphy p TOMS Portland B O W 1 1 1 0 Jor.eirl base. Ken Hodrigues slopped the shol bul cnuldn'l beal C'ollelle lo Ihe hag. Kingman then walked Hill C.el/. and when an error in Ihe outfield allowed Cnlton lu live, liolh Gillette, and (iclz scored lo ruin Ihe shutoul as well. P O R T L A N D Meyerlb Mos'ey ii Holland cl Cclletle ;Q G e l i r l Kellrick3b Collon dh Blink Icy 11 Hcuberger c Elslonp T01AIS BOISE waodardss Harrison 7b Malilocl Rod ri guerc 'Super Mex Boise golf Hy.lnliiilt. Ki)U-ii Hi'giniiiilSpin-lsKtlilnr Supposedly, ihe chances of hems slruck by lightening arc somewhere in llu ighborhondof one in a million. The chances nf growing up mil of a poor Mexican- American background and winning lw» U.S. and Iwu llriiish Opens have in bi-jieai-Jy as greal if not greater Hill a man who's ilone bolh and survived - is going in be in Hnisu next month l» join .lane Hlalock. one of the stellar perlormersof women's pmfc.ssiomil golf, for a da\ of gulfing ciiicriainmenl. Thai tnan is U-o Trcvinn. one nf Die superstars of American professional alhlelics and one of ihe most in- torc'sliiifi characters lo make an impression on spurts in several decades. ON Al'lUlSTiifi, ihe t w o polling slars are going to he al Ihe Ilillcresl Country Club prosenliiifi (iolf for Charilv's secnml annual Golf Exhibition. Trevino is a genuine. 2-1-karal nigs-lo-i idles slory. In one year - 1%S - he wenl from a WS-a^vcek assisianl golf professional In nne nf the best known names on ihe men's PriifcssiiMial Golfers Tour. Initially, hi- accomplished IhnJ feat wilh his winning of I he 19GB U.S. Open. Now, Ihe Open, o( course, is nolorioiis for proiiuciiig winners who never won hefore and then never win again. Hill il wasn'1 lobe Ihai way fnrTrevinn Not only did he win anulhcr Open'- in 1971 - hin he also picked up a pair of llriiish Open crowns, a Canadian Open Mile, and several oilier lonrnamenl victories alunu the wav And he is slill winning. He is also slill the cnincdian-in-residence for I he PGA lour a irue assel lo an organizaimn Ihai often comes off as bland as il is skillfull. The people (hat are bringing Trevinu and lilalock In Uoisc arc Ihose same people lhal Iasl year brmighl off Ihe Johnny ,Miller-Ariu»lrt I'almer ex'liiuitioti with professional ease efficiency and success. Golf for Charily. Last year I hey did U as if Ihcy'd l^cn doing ii for decades - |iiiie a'enn. sidcnng il was Iheir firsl year out of Ihe blocks COI.P KOH nuillTY is a group of biisincssmm - m.i»l from Horse who got last spring I he idea of bringing lo iioise an example of lop Highl golf for Ihe locals to see - and pick up a few bucks for charily on Ihe side. They did jusl lhal Iasl summer and afler pulling it off wilh perfect timing, the famously received cfforl was able lo Him over $H,«Ki lo ihe Idaho Chapier of the American Cancer .Sucicly. Not u bad Irick. Tliis year, ihey're shooting for more of ihe same - and more inimey if possible. Afler gelling Miller and I'almer in ihe lirsl lime mil Ihe group was faced with trying lo find an act lhal could follow Not an easy lask, bul il looks like they may have pulled il off FIRST, TIIKRK'S TRKV1NO. He's much more I han jusl a human inlercsl slory. He's also a tremendous joker a tremendous crowd pleascr and a tremendous golfer. I'laying a dependable righl-lo-lefl game lhal gives him a great deal of cunlrol over his gulf, he's been one of (he most consistent players on the tour ever since he firsl blossomed Recently, a new dimension was added lo his personality 11 came in the form of a lightning Ixill a month ago while U'e was playing in Ihe Western Open. lx;e and I wo olhers playing in Ilie evenl were knocked unconcious by lighlning and he spent Ihe next couple of days The lilahu I'rci' Press The News-Tribune. Friday. July 25, 1975-- ' headlining exhibition m i In- hospital. reim-ening (nun his cl,.se brush wilh deaih ShiiM ly iifu-r U-ing rc-lcav/d. lie mel willi Hit pi ess ai.d while |1C sll " uil(l I ..... h' fieciru- *.i'k tod iv.i dulled his sharp v, ii . In- did ailnui Dim he iv.v belie\cd ikii Ihm- H ire tilings in lid.' ·'iniiiT impii-iani ih;ni a d.jwnhill iwi-f(,i,ier." UTIII.i: HI. u.m K is mil as famtiUF for quick humor as ·IVcvim.. she has. in rcceni uars. become ver ncarlv us imp'riaii ..... lie women's lour af lie is ii.iht men's UkcTrcvm-,. shehii rhccirniii wnhahang. winning Imm Hie miisei. 1 hen. alter Iwn years nl iniirnamenl play she deniiunci-d by sninc oilier mcmlii-rsol the K,ur fur suiijicisedlv replacing her ball closer u. Hie hole when she liud marked "ii the piiiiiin; green The i-iiiiinivcrsy ballooned and lurnoii mio miii-li a baitlei'f personal personalities a* anything Kmallv ihecasi- was reviewed and Hlalnck was declared iimnu-ni Mm m-n uhile all ilie conn was ,,,i j;,. H . sin-wed her cnal composure hy just cuiumumi! u, plav and coniinumg MI win despite the furor around her A derce einnpcliior. she is almost a l w a y s near the leaders in any inurnaniciii slip emers - if no: .'lie leiider heiM-'l -and is regularly near HIP very mp in annual ui,,u(V win'imc SlilllMil'S. ' *" While she gol a late start. comparatively, cm ihe wumen's professional nnir.shemadoiiplt.r ii fast. In her I M S ' season she was named "Koukie ,,( i| lt . Year" on Ihe woim-'s circur' and by IU74. she had broken Kaihy Wliiiworili's all-nine singles season winnings record In taking home over SHG (mi 'Hun year, while playing in l.iueu-nis. she was in cMiuen'imn rimsiiini ly and finished in ihe top Id 711 limes. .IANIK. KASIl.v spni u-d by her iradernark uig.aik ii ;, former schoolteacher from Portsmouth. New Hampshire During iasl year's cvcm. the schedule ol evenls included firsl a chine given by Miller and Palmer in the natural am- nhiiliealre formed by Hillcrosi's prod ice range. From ihere ilKMivoprosweiiiiiuiciiuliednirseforahead-io-headiiiau-li According In An Kinnell. (,ne of Golf for Oiariiv's officers ilie agenda ihi.s year ism be the same. "Thai's whai we plan. Buih Jane and Lee will plav [rum Hie championship ices and as for as I know, idl be a h'ead-io- head inaleli." Calmer won Die face-off Iasl year, bul only alter Miller fallcred nn ihe final Imlcs after becoming ill 'HP recovered bill mil befnre Arnie had charged in for the win. KINNK1.I. HAS been in on Gulf [or Charity right from iis mcepiioii and lakes a lot nf pride in last year's elf on. it:e culminaiion nf Die efforts of several Boise 'businessmen and businesses. Bin even mure important. is Ihe cominucd success oh he eveni. and he plans iu make sure Dial I his year's evem doesn't lake back seal lo Iasl years. Tickcl s for Ihe exhibition, ai 510 a Ihrnw ihey're a bargain are available at golf course pro shops all over ihesiaie and ufficesof ihe Hank of Idaho. Orifyiiiiprefer.youcanorderlhem. check or munev order encltiseri. from Golf for Charily. P.O. Box m. Boise. 83701 There's several advantages to attending ihe affair You gel in give lo charily and gel out of the office or house. Vou ai lend one nf the -social" events of ihe season. You also gel i» see whai is for many of us some ol ihe imesl golf we'll gel the chance in witness ^^ Nampa Rec tennis tourney ^ 37 «o o ... 161 X - - ? E --woodard. Harrisan, RocViqus.Co» DP - Boise I LOB - Porll.nd 1. BO'Se 4 3B - woodard. Malilo, Jcnes IB -Hunler. HR -- Collcn, Jcnes 171, Rctrinjei III S - Rcdriques. SB - Hunler. BB SO Guiuher [L.,4-11 41.3 1 t i ! a HHH 1M 1 ] 1 n r. M j r p h / ( V J . : kl 7 j i HBP -- Cralf Iby Murphyl. Gjischcrl. T - 1 : 4 5 i 1 : Ibv Rodrlques lb Cox 3b Tunic II Kmsmanp T O T A L S Boist Heuberger. LOB -- H a r r i s o n . Rodi HI. S B - Co«. ElslonfL. Ml Kirqinanl W.I 4 1 T - 1:31. A - 1 4 1 7 0 X . o o o o '·:·: u i A 7 ': 033 DQQ 7 -- 7 .'· 401 110 K -- T -: '.eypr. Woslev, Col'elle, ·: - Pcrdarnl 3. Boise S. IB .V ·igcei. HR - Rodnguei '* IP H » ER BB SO .i : ' I 3 4 ; » I 1 2 0 ! t if The entry blank Hills-Vail City Recreation Tennis Tournament 1 NAME AGE HOW LONG HAVE YOU PLAYED? OTHER LOCAL PLAYERS WITH WHOM YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF COMPARABLE JOEL PEARSALL - He's one of the local challengers in Ihe topflight level of the Nampa Cily Recreation tennis tournament which runs Aug. 8-9. Players from .... all over the Valley are invited to enter the competition. ADDRESS __ PHONE Mail $3 entry fee to Marilyn Daniels, 604'/ 2 East Sheridan, Nampa, Entries close August 1. Until they're 14 Youngsters should not compete JACK NICKLAUS sloshed home v/ilh a course record 5-under par 65 Thursday to tie Tom Weiskopf for the first round lead in the rain interrupted $200,000 Canadian Open. Nicklaus fires hot 65 MONTHK.AI. il'PI- - If Ihe rains hadn't come to Ihf Knyal Montrt'.il (Mi fluli. .silo nf ihe liiilh Canadian Open, there's i.n iflliii); w h a t .lack Nicklans uiiulil haie dune in (he courM 1 . Nit'klaiis. one i( Ihe late iartersTlinrs(la. hirdiedstx "f the tirsl Iwi'lie holes b.'forc a Mtmih Ihliruiersldrm 1m ,i( 4 p m. and delayed pla fnr Ihroi 1 h»iir Mi 1 tnnk shelter in a liiinir Jilimning Ihe par-Tit, n.ii-.w-yard hyiul.sni»i2ela In!, .u'.il pljyrl Ihe remaining six holc.s m nne 'HIT par I'M 1 a course record li.V iv;m; Turn Meiskiipt' for 'he lir^i niiinil m lid' Vjin.iHHu-veiii "Sure, il': hard in gel your concenlratM-n h.ick." Niklans said nf Ihe interruption "It's a lung lime mil there. Wcwercoui MPvr-n-anrl-a-hatf huiirs." After the delay occurred wilh about half ihe 153 slarlers slill on tin 1 course. N'icklaus said hi- cnniiniied mint his lex-shnlsand i'jpprifachi'.- urll. hill cfuldn'l |udge his pulls un Ihe snggy jirri-n.-. "The l.^.^l .-IX hull's. I MCVIT r.une closi' lii making a putt. I'd leave nne short, knock one hy. 'li :i [ fi:'.iLI'. n:iwd oni-." hr- said, referring In a ihrec-pull bngev hh I Till hole nf Ihe d a \ . aeinallv iln- N.I « hole on flu- course as he had played Ihe back nine firsl Weiskopf. meanwhile.-, t-nnip- k-led his round prinr In Ihe rain delay, also playing Ihe hack nine lirsl lie alsn had nnly one Imgi-y in his mural, on the par-:t. |ii- jard old linle. "I've playeil bt-ller gnlf anil nnl scored as well." Weiskopf said "II w a s lair-lo-gnml gulf and [ gm Ihr- i,[ it " With their Hie two Ohio Slalc alunini Inok Hirer slrnkrs nfl llii 1 cnnipeliMvi 1 of i;« held by Caiiadians \Vili fliimejiiuk. who had a 7)1 Thtirsiliii and licrt llavkin. MONTSEAL-Finl round Canaliin Open Goil Champ. Tomweiuopl JACh Nichllut David Gr»riam Johnsehtee nob E. Smilh BotiZcndcr Fhrcnlin»Molii-« Bi^ry j*eeiiel Gay Brc*er LvnLolt Fr4nk Conner L.ny Zieqlrr Tom Kile to9nanjlhompion Ainold Pjirncr T«-i^ Jukhn FrcdMarli larryNcUon Roy Pace BohW/rn tctrtt tit Ifi? onshlp: 31 3*-*i 3^ J1-1S II.JJ-M H J3-- »7 H J1-»J i* 11-47 }?J^-» 3S JJ-tl 34 14--11 3I-11-I1 311! -II HM-H lilj-ll n»-ie IJIS-ll 1133-11 34 1( -41 3i 11 - 4 1 17J1-H H I S » MOSCOW. ILMIJO (UPI) Youngsters should not participate in highly compelilive spnrls aclivilies unitil [hey are 14 years old, spnrts psychologist Hruce Ogilvie said al the University of Idahn Thursda. "If youniislers have lii(jh levels of lor skills, they can t-hiwc In polish Iliosc skills wlieii Ihey reach lhal atfc", Olpjvie said, "llm all Inn ofien i[ is parenlal drive pushing yoiintisleit; inlo competition al an early ape." Oiiilvie. aullinr of "I'loblcm A t h l e t e s " and formerly a cnnsullanl to Olympic teams, aiirf prn/rssinnal fonthall, basketball and baseball teams, is here as a jiiiosi lecturer fnr a workshop on machine women's spnrls. He is a clinical psyrhnliiKisl and jirnfessnr of lUiidaniT and counseling al fal-slale al San .lose. "It is Ihe very children lhal sports aclivilies are supposed In help H-IIII are lieinj; escluded from sports aelivit ies because nf Ihe liij!lil.v ci)iii|jelilin- slriir- luriui;nMhe prnnram," he said. "The chilil who has a losvabililv In handle lailure anil has a low emnlinrial stability has a liinh pnihaliililj nf licmj! I'Xclndi'il from sporls programs fnr slers are being robbed of Ihe inv youngsters. The emphasis on of sports participation acim winning means (hose youngsters due in ,he win v d me nre rimppetl from the learns." ··] nuce nterviewTMd ,| e rnokir, O.mlvie stressed Iba, yom.g- i,, ,«, niajnr , M g U |, ,^ Important season coming for Walton SI'OKANK. W.-isI, (tU'll _ Portland Trail li]. W r guard Ccnff I'iMrio snys ilwl j»j|| Wiillon linil liellcr cnrrrcl sonic "luiil ;i(ljuslim-nl prohtrms" lipforc itic sinrl o( HIP Ilaskrlliall Assiicialinn .srascm. "'Miis is an im|xirlnni yo:n fur him (Wiilloiii hri'iiusp lip can'i afford annUicr niip like iliis pasl yrar." IVlrk- said. "Idni-.'lqui'Slinnliisnbililyor lull-in, liui for iinyiino to' he siin-i-ssfiil In-lias In ho menially di-dii-iili'd in u];;)irvi r |,p is dnint;, anil I Iliink lii-fnri- Wallon is siitTpssful ho j s ji,,,,,^ | 0 |,. ivo In inaki- sonic c-linnitrs in his lif'." lie said. IVlric. in Spcikam- lospi-ak al :i iuiu.i}M UniviTSily liaskcl- liiill cjiinii. said il was lianl fur lliiM-x-U('I.AslarIi)!i-l hinisclf in llii' prn|ii-r inciiliil (raiup nf minrf in his (irsl season al Portland. "He's tasirally.i nice(iiij I,,,, lie didn't perform up io his cnpalulities. partly because nf injuries, and lie had had ad- )»slnimi prohlems." Peirin said. Wallon played only nr, games lite pnsl season and received additional noloridy when he w.isi|uoslionni hy amhorities in i-onnertinn with the Palricia Hoarsi case Ho laler railed quite a slir wilh remarks ai a IH-WS cnnlerence. ""'s i lillle hard for the avcrane j!ny makinR more than (MM] per year In swallow ii when lie iWalioniarivocalpsilu- violent nverihrow of Hie VITV Roveninieni wliieli allowed him In niiikr lhal HWIU-C." (Virio said camps and S7 per cenl nf [hem said Ihey wished they had r/evi-r playc-rt linle league baseball because il look ihe joy out of whai bad been a fun same " lib faid. i While Ogilvie is critical of ton much competition too soon for children, he scfs nothing bu|i p o s i t i v e henefns from thl eqnaliyalion n[ money sn} facilities for men and women ir. aiblelics. ' "II will pp'e women access 1(1 Ihe benefits nf sporis in their personal development." he saici "The spinnff will he exiremelj positive though il may lake "i decade lo manifest itself." T He noied. hnwever. (ha( \tr\ few wnnien have been able rt break through ihe ctilluf? harrier and really excel. ^ "Women suffer from a su« eess phobia, a (ear of sui-J ceeding. which is uiiphi b\ soriely." Ogilvip said. V| "It you have a n-.niher who -is! nn tier w.iy ol breaking oul nf Hie 1 mold, then her daughter has n : good chance nf breaking oul lo' success." Ogilvie. ^ Hi' said a falher c,iu An ir alnni- It has been shown sue- 1 cessful wnmi-n ofien idenlii:!} wilh Ilieir lalher nHhoii^h they 1 do not ri'ji-i'i ilii'ii- mmhers.

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