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FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1964, Lake Charles America* Press Jacobs Blisters U.S. Open Course With 64, Leads Palmer by 1 Shot WASHINGTON (AP) -Tommy Jacobs rolled in a 60-f o o t putt on the 18th hole today for a six-under-par 64, equaling the finest round of golf ever shot in ,thc Natinnal Open, and rocketed one stroke ahead of Arnold Palmer for the lead in the 1964 tournament. Jacobs, 29-year-old pro from Bermuda Dunes, Calif., has a 36-hoIe total of 136. Palmer, with a bogey on the 17, shot a 69 today and has a halfway score of 137 heading into Saturday's final two rounds. Jacobs was four strokes behind Palmer at the start of today's second round with a 72. But today Jacobs sizzled upj the back nine with four birdies '• on flic last six holes. Palmer, the only player to crack par over the 7,053-yard Congressional Country Club Course Thursday fired his second sub-par round but couldn't, catch Jacobs. Jacobs' 64 matched the round shot by Lee Mackey Jr., an obscure, unemployed Alabama professional, in the opening round of the 1950 Open at the Marion Country Club, Ardmorc, Pa. Palmer had a chance to equal Jacobs' score until he bogeyed the 17th hole. Jacobs, turning the first nine with a two-under 33, had an incredible string of four birdies on the back nine. He birdied the 13th, 14th and 15th, parred the next two and then sank the 60-footer for his. fourth birdie in six holes on the i 18th. On the long putt the ball] rolled over two large humps before dropping into the cup, all the way across the green. The crowd burst into cheers heard all over the course. Jacobs tossed his cap into the air and did a dance of joy. On the 16th, Jacobs' tee shot landed in the trap beside the green. But the 29-year-old professional from Bermuda Dunes, Calif., exploded out to within 10 feel of the cup and sank his putt for the par. On the 17th, he narrowly missed a 10-footer which would have given him a fifth birdie on the back nine. the 16th but missed a 20-foot putt for a birdie. PALMER PONDERS — Arnold Palmer, the flying golfer from La- irobe, Pa., points a forefinger to his head as he answers a barrage of ques- tions after hanging up a rwo-under- par 68 to lead the first round of the U.S. Open at Washington, D. C. (AP Wirephoto). Gophers Rip Missouri Nine for NCAA Crown Ayt?^ H ^',r feb - (AP) 7" De T. y I ^d in the Bi § Ten - H C i "t played under Connie Mack ™" 1 "-'- the guy-put it in his chewed out every man who with the A's," said the Gopher 'i!L d _°J. e : ,. :C °f h booted a g rouncier in practice, j coach, a lifetime .290 hitter in "He made those head-first; the majors. "He treated us like Dick Siebert said after his Min- club Missouri 5-11 slides, and soon every guy on i men." , ATP v A u u al § electlon " j the club was sliding head-first- „. ,year NCAA baseball crown. ! e ven into home," Siebert said Minnesota won the NCAA in 1 "I've never singled out one! "You know, the kid is an in- 1)oth its previous trips to the man before," Siebert said of spiration—he's only 5-foot-7 and f ' n . als - I*) 56 and I960. This was TT IT-* -TUT* *••*•* Record-Tying Round Flusters Happy Jacob WASHINGTON (AP)-Tommy Jacobs became so flustered after firing a record-tying 64 Friday in the National Open Golf Championship that he momentarily forgot his sex. "I feel like the queen for the day," he said after taking his seat before the microphone for the traditional grilling by the press. There was a titter of laughter. "I mean — uh, tih, king," Jacobs added, blushing. The 29-year-old tour regular from Bermuda Dunes, Calif., originally from Denver, tied the i best 18 holes of gold ever played view but his nerves never wavered on the course during his phenomenal round. Asked did he know what Palmer, playing about a half-hour behind him, was shooting, Jacobs replied calmly: "I saw the scoreboards and our threesomes crossed a few times but I can tell you honestly — the thought of trying to overtake Palmer or catch him never entered my mind. "I was just out there trying to play the best golf I could." Jacobs was a former junior champion and semifinalist in .._ o r ._ _ _ , M1U nii his fiery junior second base- he had all those big guys follow-1 ¥ lssoun s fourth time in the |j n the Open in shooting ahead of 1951 in the National Amateur at carc ' muc 'h. tvi fin *'T?i(l T^nnino f.inl* A *J . .« ..« i !«» I_.'.— I t M_ i t it Finnic Ufli*! f liif*r) t*tttiM/M*iii-i fin it _ I J ri_ I _.. r _ it. nn i t.rDrtfK 1 **!**«»•» T"J». T r_ J...... 1 Jacobs pulled off the tour this spring for about six weeks to work on his game and his altitude. "My attitude has changed," he said. "I decided to stay relaxed and just play my game- not press too much. It has paid off." The good-looking pro said he first learned that he had 3 shot at the record on the 16th tee from one of his playing companions, the veteran Dutch Harrison. "Dutch said, 'Did you know | that 6'l is the Open record?' 1 said, 'No, I didn't.' " I didn't He ran into more trouble on the 17th, taking a bogey five. Palmer, trailed by the teaming thousands of Arnie's Army, threatened to make a runaway of the Open before Jacobs hit his hot streak. One late starter, watching Palmer's score as it was posted, commented, "If he shoots a 69 Palmer drove the green on today, nobody will catch him." Palmer, meanwhile, had birdied the 13th, sinking a 20-foot putt, but he bogicd the Hth. On the 15th, P a 1 m e r's approach shot stopped two feet short of the pin and he holed it for a birdie four on the 564-yard hole. U.S. Open Scores man. "But Dewey picked us up' ing him around like lap dogs " fina ' s anc * tliu 'd runner-up fin ' after that brutal Texas trip. Aft- Joe Pollack, big junior right-! ish - a11 under Coac!l Hi Sin > I It JT.1r.llJl » F I I 1 . . ... O | __- nmr* 'er that I didn't know if we be-; bander, also drew'high praise | mons " i from Siebert for his four-hitter. Ploy Wild In Sheriffs Girls Loop Action in the Sheriff's Girls' j He had a strong fast ball and fhrew a baffling change-up with Missouri beat Minnesota 4-1 Monday, then the Gophers drew a bye into the finals and Mis- two of three different speeds. I souri nipped Maine's giant kill"Joe was in command," Sie- i ers, 2-1. "I told the boys they had a berl said. "This was probably his best game." , fine season; , Simmons Shortly after the game, Markus signed with the Chicago Cubs for a nominal $2,500 bonus, with Siebert's blessing. Arnold Palmer for the 36-hoIe' Bethlehem, Pa. He- turned pro- i n the press interview, Jacobs lead at the Congressional Conn-! fessional in 1956 and won thc! was asked if he knew the name' try Club. Denver Open as a lour rookie j O f u, e p i aycr wflo held the rec-1 '" in ™ !orcl-Lee Mackey in the 1950 j . , .., , i The opposing dugouts before [leagues was rather "wild and; the game presented a sharp wooly Thursday night. ; contrast. Missouri was obviously Maplewood hit Vinton 17-2 in '• tightly wound and determined, the DixMe league with Dorothy; The Minnesota players were Doucet pitching a three-hitter j laughing and relaxed. Markus for Maplewood. i walked up and down telling In the Pelican league Maple-1 Jokes. Siebert hung by his wood clipped Vinton 8-3 on • hands from the dugout roof. His 36-hold score of 136 put him a stroke ahead of Palmer, who added 69 to his pace-setter 68 of the opening day. The handsome, clean-featured young pro—the all-America boy type—may have been a bit beside himself at the press inter- However, he didn't win again j Open at Merion, Pa. until he beat Johnny Pott in a sudden-death playoff in the 1962 San Diego Open. He won the Palm Springs Open this year in a sudden-death playoff with Jimmy Demarel. "No, I don't," Jacobs replied. "Did you know what he shot in the second round?" a newsman said. "It was an 81." 81." Jacobs winced. SPORTS CALENDAR Brenda Keel's three-hit hurling. Marietta Morgan had a triple and a single for the victors. Starks took a pair from De- "I'm no watchdog," he said. "I don't lock my men in their rooms. I put trust in 'em and very few have ever failed me in Quincy with the Pelican game 118 years at Minnesota. This is ending 11-7 and Ihe Dixie game I my way and I'm sticking with il finishing with an 12-1 score. Mar- j because it wins. lene Wilson and Lou Vandergriff hurled five-hit ball f o r Starks in the Pelican and Dixie Girls games, respectively. Marion, another double-victor, clipped Iowa 5-3 in Die Pelican league game and 27-4 in the Dixie game. Linda Smith and TODAY CLINIC: McNeese State College coaching clinic, science auditorium, 8 a.m., 1:30 p.m. SOFTBALL: LCRC "B" Tournament at High School Park diamond, play begins 6:20 p.m. TOMORROW LEGION: Pepsi Cola, at Lake Charles Stevedores; West Lake at Oakdale; Mets Post 179, 7:30 p.m. CLINIC: McNeese State College coaching clinic, science auditorium 8:30 a.m. SOFTBALL: LCRC "B" Tournament at High School Park diamond, play begins at 10:30 a.m. MEETING: Southwest Louisiana Coon Hunters Association, Cal Cam fair grounds at Sulphur, 7:30 p.m. Runaways Mark Sheriff Boys Play Sheriff Boy's league games ( In a Dixie game West Lake were generally marked by run- nipped Sam Houston 5-3 on the four-hit pitching of Terry Henderson. West Lake sports a per- away scores Thursday night. feet 7-0 record. Maplewood bombed Vinton 143 in another Dixie league game. David Martin hurled three-hit ball for the victors. Carolyn McAlister hit grand- slam home runs for Marion in the Dixie Girls' game. Busiers Oufdue/ Premiers 74-13 for Slow Pifch Lead The Butane Busters emerged,but Fisk tied it at 13 all in as the only undefeated team in I the sixth. Buster left fielder the LCRC City Slow Pitch Ma- j Steve Nicholson made a fine Sam Houston edged West Lake jor division Friday night with I catch against the fence to kill 10-7 in the Pelican league. Mol-, a 14-13 triumph over the Fisk! a short rally. ly Broussard was credited with j Premiers at Henry Heights. j The Busters pushed across the the victory. > The Busters Jumped off to a 1 winning run in the bottom of the Vinton Moplewood PELICAN GIRLS fn aft °Ia I ? I nings ' but C ^ rl P ore ' s I rand ! sacrifice fly to right with the Linda Doyle, cee'eiia Grange*!?) and! slam homer tied it at 11-11 in bases loaded. Hitting homers ••- ••--"- Brenda Keel and Katny | the top of the fourth. The Bus-' for Butane were Dick Willett i | ters again took a two-run lead, and John Jaynes while Premiers connecting for round trip- L-Dovle. Storks 3150011—1116 3 i DeQuincy 201 IOC 3— 7 i 71 Frankle Gore and Frances Clark,' Mar- , lene Wilson and Gay Ann Wolloc*. CITY SLOW PITCH MAJOR Iowa ' * D ° To ^ tlnda Guldry ond Olanne LaRocca, Linda Stanford (4). HR—All Stars: Sonny Watklns, R. J ! Duhon. Popper ~..352 42-1616 7 Sam Houston 00? 025 1-10 7 4; "subbo Flou'rnoy" and"walte?~TheViot; WeM Lake ... 0001312-7 i 8 . Frank Brocoto and Clltf Ocsfrlehcr. Molly Broussard and Barbara Dou- HR—Fencers: Gene Hav Clyde Brl- cjt; Kathleen Wllhlte, Judy McCollon ' ley. Ron Buck; Peppers? Randy Whi (o) ond Brenda Fontenot. > taker. found the All Stars nipping the Grocers, 7-3 and the Poppers clubbing the Fencers, 16-9. Two run homers by Sonny Watkins and R, J. Duhon sparked the All Star triumph. Randy Whittaker clubbed two home runs for the Poppers in a 16-hit attack, while Gene Hay, Clyde Briley and Ron Buck hit four-baggers for the Fencers. In Church play at Goosport, . the Crusaders blasted the Gi- 0120000-3 90 '"-- Charles Winfree with | ants, 19-2; the Blazers bombed 020 MO x-7 10 3 i two, Gary Snyder, Dore, and I the Skippers, 15-3 and the Bull,. °.™«, John50n ; i Jim Blake. l dogs won a forfeit from t h e : quick 10-1 lead after two in- j seventh when Nicholson hit DeQuincy took a pair of games from Starks. The Dixie game ended with a 17-6 score and the final tally of the Pelican games was 11-0. Mike Clark i and Jimmy Van Winkle h i t i home runs for DeQuincy in the I Dixie affair while Johnny Bishon hit a rounri-trinnpr in thp i Billv Kell °3 and wnired Walker; Maru|i nit d luuuu ui(J(Jt;i in Hie j V | n Martinez, Homer Bussell (4) Ricky Dixie game for DeQuincy. '" J •• -• • Sam Houston took a 17-4 victory from West Lake in the Pelican league. Miko Skiles hit a home-run in making his night at the plate with 4-4. Arnold Polmer 3503— M Lalrobe, Pa. Bill Collins 05-35-70 GrosMnaer. N.Y. aWmiam Campbell M-35-71 Hunllnalon, W.Va. Johnny Pott WJ8—71 Ocean Springs, Miss. Joe Zaknrlan 34-37—71 Modesto, Calif. Tony Lcma 33-38—71 San Leandro, Calif. Bill Casper 35-36-71 Corona, Calif. ; Ken Venlurl 38-3-1—7J i Crystal River, Flo. Bobby Nichols ,. ........36-36—7J Corona, Calif. Robert Panasluk 3/..15-72; Canada Paul Scadellcr 38.34—72; Honolulu ' BUI Maitlndale 36-36— n i Jacksonville, Tex. • Labron Harris Jr 34-38—72! Sllllwaler, Oklo. j Charles Slllord 37-35—72 I Los Angeles i Bob Charles 40-32-72! New Zealand ; Ed Furgol 35-37—72 i Export, Pa. I Jack Nlcklaus 35-37—721 Columbus, Ohio i Tommy Jacobs 33-.W-72 ' Bermuda Dunes, Calif. Bruce Cramplon 38-34-72 Australia Slon Mosel .17-35-7? Essex Fells, M.J. Richard Crawford 35-37—721 Rye, N.Y. Claude King 38-35—73 Vlrqlnlo Beach, Vo. David Boles 3835-73 Brownwood, Tex. Charles Volpone Jr 36-3/—73 , East Wllliston, N.Y. Mickey Hpma 37-36—73 Wilton, Conn. Jimmy Clark 36-37—73 Silver Spring, Md. Lionel Heberl 36-37—73 Latayclle, La. Ted Makalena 38-35—73 Honolulu Bob Rosburq 34-39—73 Hlllsboro, Ore. Raymond Floyd 34.39—73 St. Andrews, III. Terry Dill 36-37—73 Muleshoe, Tex. Bill Oadcn Glcnvlew, III. Tom Nleporte Locust Valley, N.Y. Gene Littler 37-36—731 La Jolla, Calif. Dow Flnsterwald 36-37—73! Colorado Springs Al Gleberger ,...38-36—741 Carlton Oaks, Calif. , Hugh Royer Jr .,39-35—74 Pine Mountain, Go. Jim Ferrler 38-36—74 Burbank, Calll. Waller Burkemo 36-38—74 Detroit Doua Sanders 37-37—74 6|al, Calif. Juan (Chi Chi) Rodriguez 36-38—74 Dorado, Puerto Rico. aJohn Farquhar 38-36—74 Amarlllo, Tex. Dudley Wysong 37-37—74 McKlnney, Tex, Charles Coody 3V39—74 Fort Worth Ken Nogle 39-35— 14 Australia Dick Slkes 37-37-74 Sprlnndale, Ark. George Archer 38-37—75 Gll/oy, Calif. Paul Harney 38-37—75 Rocklln, Calif. 36-37-73 37-36—73 oJerry Grewbaum 41.34—Jl Aflanta Douo Ford 38-37—75 Pcrdldo Bay, Fla. Adolph Popp 38-37—75 Oak Hill, West Va, Monte Bradley 40-35—7S Ballwln, Mo. Georqc Bayer 37-38—75 Incline Village, Ncv. Dick Hart 38-37—75 Hlnsdale, III. Don January 38-37—75 Dallas aMarlon Heck 40-35—75 Fort Lewis, Wash. Paul Havlland 38-37—75 Del Air. Md. Joe Conrad 37-38—75 San Antonio, Tex. Edward Rubb 38-38—75 James Burg, N.J. Gary player 38-37—;S South Arlca Jacky Cuplt 37-36—75 Coronn, Calif. Don Falrllcld 37-38—75 Perdldo Bay, Fla. William Gabal 39-37—76 Baden, PD. Dave Hill 41-35—76 Jackson, Mich. oDonald Allen 37-37—7< Rochester, N.Y. Rex BaMor jr , 41-35—76 Amarlllo, Tex, Frank Beard 3838—76 Loulsvlllx Mason Rudolph 36-40—76 lehlgh Acres, Fla. Billy Mnxwrll 37-39-V76 Inrtiannpnlls oDeanc Brman 41-35—76 Befhrsrtn, Md, Gay Brewer 39-37—76 Dallas Bob Mr.ColllMcr 38-38—7* Corona, Calif. Butch Balrd 38-38—76 Gntvcslon, Tex, Charles Rolar 38-38—76 Glclorvllle, Calll. Chick Herbert 36-40—76 Fort Pierce, Fla. Bruce Devlin 38-38—76 Australia Jullm Boros 37-40— 77 Southern Pines, N.C. Sam Snend 39-38—77 While Sulphur Springs, West Va. Bob Duilen 39-38—77 Portland, Ore. Freddie Haas 41-36—77 Mrlalrle, La. Joe Brown 40-37—77 Dei Molnes Tom Strange 39-38—77 Virginia Beach, Vo. BUI Blsdorf 39-38-77 Denver Joe Campbell 38-39—77 Pcnsacola, Flo. Davis Love Jr 38-39—77 Charlotte, N.C. Dan Slkes 38.39—77 Ponte Vedra, Fla. Bert Yoncey 39-38—77 Lafayette Hills, Pa. Bill Ezlnlckl 38-39—77 i Mashpee, Mass. I Harold Williams 38-39—77 I Tuscaloosa, Ala, ! oDownlna Gray 40-37—77 I Pensacolo, Flo. Bobby Shields 38-39—77 I North Coldwell, N.J. Larry Beck 37-40—77 Whispering Pines, N.C. Nick BcrWIch Jr 37-40—77 ; Grosse lie, Mich. Dave Ragon 40-38—78 i Orlando, Flo. .Gardner Dickinson Jr 40-38—78 i Lost Tree Village, Fla. ' Bryant Hlskey 42-36—78 i Galena Park, Tex. I aRlchard Stephens 39-38—77 I Oakmont, Pa. DeQuincy Starks DIXIE BOYS 014 147-17 12 0 000 204- 6 6 10 Otherresults in the major 1 Bombers. DIXIE CIRLS 0 00 31- Premiers Busters Viator, Guillory Shine In Little League Action Coon Hunters To Meet Saturday SULPHUR (Spl.)-The Southwest Louisiana Coon Hunters Association will hold its monthly meeting Saturday at the Cal-Cam fair grounds in Sulphur. Publicity chairman George Wilkinson has extended a cordial invitation for the public to attend. Morris (5) and Jimmy Stanley. L—Bussell. HR—DeQuincy: Mike Clark 5th, J on; Jimmy Von Winkle 6lb 1 on. West Lake 0)1 111 0—S 5 3 Sam Houston .000 001 2-3 4 2 Jerry Henderson and Bobby Walsh; Walter Menke and Danny Goodman. Maplewood Vinton 001 67-14 12 2 000 12- 3 3 7 David Martin and Charlie Thompson; Sam Magglo, Roger Walker (5), ond Robert McClaln. L—Maoglo. PELICAN BOYS West Lake 000 120 1— 4 5 0 Sam Houston ........405 026 x—17 12 0 Billy Seger, Wayne Johnson (6) and Sorry Davis; Roger Paris and Kerry Battles. L—Seger. HR—Sam Houston: Mike Skiles, 3rd, 1 on. PELICAN BOYS DeQuincy 14501—1110 0 Starks 00000—0 2 5 Johnny Bishop and Edward Hlne; Roy Hoosler, David Stanley (2), Prentice Braneff (2), Wayne GUI (3) and Freddy Casburg, Danny Foster (2). L—Braneff. HR—DeQuincy: Johnny Bishop, 5th none on. 016 402 0—13 14 3 | owa ;. 00031—412 0 Buslers 5512001 — 1417 3 Morion (15)18 3X-27 28 0 °ary Snyder and Buddy Dupin, Luther «J"SS c^'riiibuYrU^Gu^y* %HV°"'Sr. 7 ™* ^^ °* Dwight viator I*°red ^ winning run Jn the onLd -ho n b d e a r, sSmlth :Ja^ u SSf,r.: D &r.^ lll wU J . 0 W a "d the slugging of Ken Guillory I top of the sixth coOn^Aiister^Tr 3rd ' 3 ° n; ';;i s ;r f ' ca ~°^ 4 4Bl t, 8 , SSv' 1 ,,^! 10 League action i Guillory blasted three consec - vintnn nnni . •>•><, 6ianls ..-.":':::: oio 0610-19 i '"H 1 ^ "'8, m - ,.,, ! utive homers but his team, the y. 1 "'?," ri n?nnJi~i7 A I Don Klein °^ B' 11 Spreoflco; 8111 If- Viator pitched H HO-hltter as Faalpc Inct f n fhf- InHianc On Moplewood Ml 01121—17 4 0 Douv and Ellk LrBoucI ,i i , i , i ., , Cjdgiea, JOsl 10 IHc inalanS, ill" o£S? ^sS?r, J r hl S?. nI1W! D0r ° lh¥ n HR-Cru S ad er s: LEB d OUe Armen,er, T.cos ^ Ukers edged § .he__ Packm, 10 , jn Mif) . CUy Mjnor p]ay . Starkj 2)441—1213 0 Skippers DeQuincy . . ..000 10- I 5 6 Blazers Linda Casburq and Doris Gore; Lou Dub R( Vandcrarllf and Nancy Dickerson. Rcnlrop > HR—Storks: Linda Casburc). 3rd. 1 on. HR—Bit JOS 035 0-15 19 5 f$; Frc *" e ",, lOSing nUH- ; win anf j al( j ef j his C3US6 with 3 f ; M*e Lynch gave up only on bases loaded double in the nit, a triple by Viator t h a t f ourt h as the winnr The World's Finest Bourbon since 1795 Remember Father's Day June 21st K PKQQf MHniW SIRAlCHI BOURBON UW D61HUD MID BO Him I!T W1AMIS 8 BUM OISIILLIKE CO, CLttMQNl, BUM. ft fourth as the winners ran their record to 6-0. Other Mid-City play found the Owls nipping the Colts, 6-4, and the Tigers clawing the Hornets, 13-8. Keith Zembower had ten strike outs for the Owls. Norlhside play found the Nationals edging the Cubs, 2-1. MID CUT MINOR Tigers 08302—1311 4 Hornets 20123—8 8 1 Gary Benoil ond Bill Miller, George -letters (4); Earl Lowry, Richard Brady (21. and Randell Melancon. L—Brady. 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