Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 6, 1964 · Page 9
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Monday, July 6, 1964
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MONDAY, JULY 6, 1964, Lokc Chorles Americon Press Q Cobia Provide Lone Rodeo Highlight Wy KED KOHNKE i The 19G4 Southwest Louisiana j Deep Sea and Inland Fishing! Rodeo turned into a "Cobia Car-1 nival" on Sunday, the. closing! day of the annual three-day out- j doors event. i Unusually had weather of a I week's duration, coupled with an always bad southwest wind, held down fishing success. However, the cobia cooperated. I The weather broke early Fri- i day on the opening day of the rodeo, and by Saturday, t h e Gulf of Mexico off Cameron was in good shape. i Sunday, the weather and gulf were excellent. The sun was hot, and blistering, winds were gen-i Ik', and the seas were flat. Buf j the fishing was still poor. ( Most fish were hard to find, and still harder (o entice into taking a lure. This was not, the case, however, with t h c i cobia. These big black battlers: showed up in abundance Sun-1 day and jusl aboul every boat ' got its share. Walter Miller, skipper of the i Pirate, had 21 cobia on the second day of the rodeo, a n d ! many others had from 10 to 20 cobia on the third day. Joe Addison on the Laura brought in a boat load of cobia on the. last day. There, was a brief Hurry of activity early Sunday when ro- j deo fishermen started taking fish just past the five-mile rig. Other boats had some hick near the No. 6 buoy, the Magnolia rigs and in a rip between the Magnolia's and the old west Superior platforms. However, near the middle of the day, the activity slowed. One of til? best catches on Sunday was on II. Ralph Mies' boat, the Contraband If. But Liles' had engine trouble on the way in and just missed the 5 p.m. deadline for weighing fish. Hut Liles still had smcthing to be proud of ... his son, Henry. l(i. boated the only tarpon taken in the rooeo. The beautiful 54.8 pound silverking appeared ;\x u \veak cnlry on the. first day. but it proved to be the top fish in the rodeo. Henry's silverking was taken the afternoon of the first day just north of the Magnolia rigs, some 12 miles .southeast, of Cameron. Absence of the silverkings was the real disappointment in (ho rodeo. In past, weeks, tarpon have been seen in large, schools jusl offshore from Cameron. And one boat has already land-1 ed 21 of the battlers. j But after the bad weather last week, the tarpon went, down and stayed down. Only a few; were seen during the rodeo and , less than six strikes were re- ! ported. I Overall. President Sonny i Gunn termed (he rodeo a success, with registrations past the 500 mark. Many boats came to Cameron from out of town ports and everyone had a fine time. Going over records late Sunday night, judges announced \ thai veteran Gulf Coast fisherman Clyde (Shoestring) Martin of Crowlcy had enough points I lor the title of "Outstanding! 1 Deep Sea Angler." j I Fishing ou the Thclma. Mar- ] tin brought in the first, second [ ;ni<l third place jackfisli, the 1 second and third place barracuda. and the top red snapper. Tops in the Indies deep sea) division was Mrs. Louise ; ' Trouth. She weighed in the sec- j i ond place jackfisli, second place ! i king mackerel, first place Span- i ' ish mackerel and second place dolphin. Second in the ladies division was Ethel McCall and third went to Debbie Stecn. In the junior deep sea divi- sion. Mike Leeper earned the most points and took first place, j Mike had the second place jackfisli, first place barracuda and the top red snapper a n d shark. Second in the junior di- j vision was Ken Castle and third ; resulted in a three-way tie between David Savoy, Evelyn Ou- '• bre, and Robert Sparks Jr. O n s h o r e, several thousand! people flooded Cameron to take | part in the annual Fourth of': July celebration, and to watch j the fishing boats arrive and un- < load their catches. During the three-day rodeo, spectators were treated'to street dances, boat races, the annual shrimp boil and other activities planned by the people, of Cameron. Saturday and Sunday, spectators filled every foot of space on the headquarters dock at Pole Henry's pier and fishermen found it difficult (o unload their fish. The Southwest, Louisiana Fishing C'ltil). sponsors of (lip Annual rodeo, will hold their annual awards night on Monday, July J3 at 7:30 p.m. in (he United Gas Corp.. auditorium, 1919 Kirkman St. Winners, or their representative, must be present to claim awards. BEST DEEP SEA ANGLER:-Clyd* Mn< LADIES DEEP SEAt 1. Mrs. LWJUH Troulh; 5. Elhel McCall; 3. D»bblr Steen. JUNIORS DEEP SEA; 1. Ml»« l.ceprr: J. Ken Cattle; 3. Tic among David Snvoy, Evelyn Oubrf, ond Robert Sparks Jr. MAIN EVENT DEEP SEA TARPON: I. Henry Lilts, 54-8. (Only fish rauflht ) SAILFISH: Hone caught. CHfifA: I. G. A. Mnyon, SS 0; 2. Dr. Ivnn Montaqne. 5!-0; 3. Ethel Me('.nil, 510. JACK FISH: '. Clyde Marfin, 38-4; 1. Civile Marlin, 358; 3, Clyde Morlin, BM?RACODA: I. Dr. Ivan Monloonc. 74-0; 2. Clyde Martin, 17-13; 3 Clydu Marlin, 25-4. KING MACKEREL: 1. George McNe^. 35-0; 1. Elhel McCall, 26-0; 3. Boh Lonttry, JO-8. BONITO: 1. Ernest Trlchi?, 10-0, 1. Neil • Shorn, t S: 3. Floret Fusller, 88. (siv.ond and third determined bv ] SPANISH' MACKFRHI.: i. c. r <3uiri<. ; 4 'I. ?. Robert Sparks, 40; 3. Ken Ccn- II". 3\). DOLPHIN. 1 (ail Fonlcnnl, 413 3. E. J. Krosby J'.. 3-1.1, .i Ken Cnv , ii". j; • QLUE.FISH: I. Mrs. I ou F : cnlfy, t); ! Monk, .34, .J Jimmy Stern 711 , RED SNAPPER: I Clyde Morlin, \i n. (Only flsli caught) j SHARK: R. 5. Wnldmeler, HBO. (Only : fr,h rough?} GROUPER: Mont cnuqlif j MAIN EVENT INLAND SPECKLED TROOT: 1. Allen Mtdul, } 51?; 7. Mnry Porter, 5 W; 3. Rand i Whlllaker, 4-lj. DRUM: Ru'jVll Duval, 470; 2 A. J Dcrou<. 4A8; 1. Mnck Abrahams, F-l.OONDCP. 1. larrv Pnrknr. 38; 1. Miihiicl Run, 314; ,1 Mr'.. A t> Starry, 16. ; ViAFFTOI 1 CATFi;,H I John Dcmarlr : '-'; 3. i: H. Morrh, 74; 3. John I Ocmnrfe, H. I REDFISH: 1. Pnul Ohlmcver, 11 13; ?. 1 Hook Koblr.hcaux, 108; :i Randy Whllloker 104. I NOTt: Ou« to t*o Inland welqhlnn ! jlnnrft being uicd. Individual winners In : Ininnil rlivKlon will nnl be r.omplled ond nnnounr.eil imtil TueWay. Legion Nines Get Back Finally nto Action KING HIGH — George McNess takes a happy look at his 35-pound king mackerel, good for top honors in thai division of the annual deep sea fishing rodeo which ended Sunday ai Cameron. Floyd Ready To Try Listen Again STOCKHOLM. Sweden ;M>i I'loui 1'atterson. I h e lormer «(irld heavyweight cbanipion. \'.anls another crack at the title "very, very much" but most i»l ;i)l he u'.'inis ID I it;))! Sonny l.iston again. lie took a j^iujit step towards: these gozils by decisively out- pointing Eddie Machen in their 12-round bout here Sunday night before 40.000 at the Raasuncla outdoor stadium. Lision is the moody giant who lifted the heavyweight title from Patterson with a lirst round : knockout in Chicago in 1%2 and .shattered Floyd's self-confidence with another first-round knockout in their return title go at Vegas last summer, ('as- Three Still Unbeaten In RC Softball Sftballers in the Lake Charles- Recreation c''oi! leagues saw limited actbn last week, and as a result, all three unbeaten teams kept their records intact. SI ill to be (ideated arc t h e Busters with a !'-() mark in ilie Major Slow Pitch League and both the Piz/us and the Oilers in City Fast Pitch play, although both of the later have a tie to go with their four victories. Other League leaders goin^ into tonight's play at the. Texa- cos ill-)) in Minor Slow Pitch. Clippers and Titans iti-2) in Rookie Slow Pitch. Southerners (7-11 in t'hurch Senior Slow Pitch and Uki/ers .fl-2. MI Church .Junior Mow Pitch. tITY FAST PITCH W L T Pet. OR r •.-* ; ir : •>;& Olltri 4 0 i .''Ou .... : '. 0 'I''' :'•• ... 0 -S (. .'.« J MINOR iLQW PITCH Vi L T Pel OB P0(.k(-r-. .' i ;ij (j livo 9 1 ROOKIE SLOW PITCH W L. T Pet OB Ci I--P' :\ B 2 0 .'750 — W.iik.'^e-ii i ^J 0 loiS ~l Bankers" '.'. 1 t 0 !lh 5'/j CHURCH JUNIOR SLOW PITCH W L T Pel GB B.C.:-'. a :• o 3(,j _. (" . -,' ;.ori - " 0 '.-• '•' S.'.liB.'TS .... 4 'J .Ix, :- B-j ico-.'. . -. -, ••; j,4 -.. " CHURCH SENIOR SLO.V HITCH '' " : f.'.AjQK tLO.v sins Clay then added to Patterson's chagrin by winning the ti- lle from Uslon at Miami Heach last February. The ego of the 2 ( J-year-old lormer champ Irom New York appeared considerably bolstered i by his cool and skillful per-! lormance against 32-year-old i Machen of Redding, Calif., a! lighter similarly haunted by' past failures and psychological troubles. Patterson showed surprisingly little of the ring rust he dis- ; ; played in his first comeback! fight here last winter against ; I champion Snnte Amonti. Except for the seventh round which Machen won with a sling- i ing right to the jaw. Patterson' dominated the fight with his familiar peekaboo guard and lightning I ;:•••! series in kangaroo rushes Machen uas down in the Kith and 1 !th (rum slips lor no counts. iJlood stains showed on his while trunks and he nursed a closed lell esc at the end. Machen contused Patterson at limes by keeping iii.s head low at close quarters, but only his i defensive skill - and maybe i Floyd'.s lack of a takeout punch -kept him on hK feet lor the distance. Teddy Walibam the British referee and sole arbiter, raised Patterson's hand as soon as the final gong sounded. Ho gave Patterson nine rounds. Machen '-. one and called two even, the same as the Associated Press scorecard. In points, Waltham . scored it 59-4!). Machen landed several low blows alter the bell ending i hill th round and Wallham disclosed that he momentarily considered '.lisqualilying him. but lei him oil when Floyd shrugged it oil'. Machen >aid be did nut bear the bell. Offers Whh Chemicals In LL Contest The Oiler- went mi a hit rampage. Sunday \>> pla.-ter t h e Chemicals 17-J in a Mul-C i l v Major league mi-kuup game a; Huber Park. The victory kepi the Oiler-, unbeaten fur the .-.cason and gives the first-half eliamp> a 5-0 mark in tbe. ^rcuiid liali. The ChemicaL are !'.-3. Oiler pitcher Iv.iijtj', .Ja^kvii! lu-lpt-d his own cause with thre>' bus in lour trip<. good tor !uur Hl!! 5 . Hubby Kentrop had t«u hil.-' i'jr the. uinncrs. \\ I, i I <• •Joints Hretflcn slii|jpi-u »ut '.: pair <p( >aletie-- ><-r in- Chct!.,-- ''cli:- 'I lie I'-pull '.;i !|,r M.ii-i ! \ . '^'jiiic ijc'tVi't-fi >':,<.• Ai'./'e.'i.'.i.'i!- M'ti BiJlir.(.-|> V.a-. i:i:'i..!l,[.;.c!v. MIOCIIY MAJOR ' LaRocco Is Standout In Softball Meet OPKLOUSAS iSpl.i Lake- Charles' A. .1. LaKocca turned in a fantastic show of endurance here Sunday, pitching live straight games as his team came within a whisker of winning the Opelousas invitation tournament. LaHocca. named the outstanding player of the tournament, pitched a total of 45 innings during the two-day meet, Joss- ing a no-hitler and a pair of (wo-hitters. The .strong-armed hurlor was finally tagged for a three-run homer in the fifth inning of Sunday's final game with Baton Rouge and gave way to Connie (luidry. His battery mate for all seven games was C, e o r g e Blum as Lake Charles' ten-man sijiiad battled to slay in | Ii e running. They did it the hard way, coming up through the losers' bracket after losing the opener Saturday to Alexandria, 4-1. They came back" to whip Lalayette, 11-1. in another Saturday test Then came Sundays marathon. LaRocca tossed his rto-hil- ter to beat Church Point, 2-1, then followed up with a two- hit, 4-1 victory over Alexandria. Beaumont fell, 3-0, then LaHoc- ca hurled another two-hitter to hand Baton Rouge its first loss, 2-1. and force the showdown. The borne run opened t h e gates, however, and the capital city club went on to fashion an 8-2 decision and win the title. The no.xl. stop on the tournament trail will be Baton Rouge, next weekend. By CHARLIE MKYKKS ll look all week for locali American Legion baseball tcam.i i to get in a ball game, but for' * * * Stevedores To Face Sulphur In Top Battle Hopetul that the downpour is at last over, District 7 Western Division American Legion base ball (cams return lo a lull slate; of action Tuesday which I e a- i Hires a crucial bailie between i league-leading Sulphur Post I7!( and the runnenip Lake Charles Stevedores. The game, set lor .Sulphur. H part of a schedule which will also find West Lake at I'eps' Cola and Jennings at Oakdalc. Plagued by rain through o u t last week (Sunday ]s 7-4 Stevedore victory over Jennings effected the lone change in the standings), the teams find themselves just about where they were .Monday. Sulphur Post 179, sporting a 7-0 mark, slill has five games to go and needs no more than three victories to clinch a lie for the title. Anil .should the J7!)i'rs beat the Stevedores Tuesday, thai number would be reduced to two. The game should be a battle royal, wild the Lake Charles nine, showing a 7-2 mark and clinging tu a lii'pe ol ouTlak- in.g Sulpbin. e;c,cr lo alone bir a 1-0 ileleal at Hie hands ol the I'oslincn earlier in the sea son. Pepsi, now , r )-:i. will be bearing down in hopes of easing past the IJockmen and into the second spot. The two teams will meet in a key Thursday game. The Lake Charles Mets are slated for a pair of exhibition lillo. while several makeup dates are probable in view of the several rainouts. The Mets visit Donaldson at Sulphur in a 2 p.m. Tuesday game, and go to Jennings for a 7:30 p.m. tilt Thursday. DISTRICT 7 Wcilern Division Pel I .DM .778 GB LC Sievedope' LC Hopsi Cula Welt Lake .......... , SuJp/iuf DonulfJ'.t.u .. .' .«, ']'•(} v Oakdale ........... :• t, -j^j •, ' THIS WEEK S SCHEDULE TUESDAY- 1C MtvfClori"-, ol 'iuionui Poll !/'», '.Yfjf ( al" 11! Popii I'oia, Jin HIM)'- o! OoVJui'., 1C l/,cli 01 bcinulcKon l-r,'d. 'I p HI THUkSDAt; I. c. Me vcUofn 01 pep i Colo. Sulphur Po'.r l/'y OT Ddn'j'tl'.on l-ot'l I'.'), Oandalc ul V<f.l I unr. L(" W."!-, ol Jinniiifis. f RlDAl 1 ,'..UIM!'..' '<'«•' •': 1:1 I •,!,! •tl IK Vjuortj'i!/ Bu 1 ' the Lake Charles .Stevedores and the West Lake Kiles. the wait was worth it. The two teams emerged vie-, toriotis Sunday afternoon in a i twin bill at Legion Field, the Stevedores belting Jennings 7-4 ; in a league game after West i Lake posted a 1-0 decision over ; the Lake Charles IMels in an '• exhibition lilt. ! The two makeup games were i the only ones played during an j entire week marred by almost | continuous rain. The' victory I gave the Stevedores a 7-2 loop mark and dropped Jennings lo 3-fi. The tigbt Ihree-bil pitching of '< Tommy Flolehor enabled West, j Lake (o down the Mets after i two straight defeats at the bands of the unofficial local entry, while ll/c Sfevedores gof a boost by the return lo action of Delman McNabb and wen! on a hil rampage against. .Icnning.--'. Coach Rob Ciilmore's Dock- men bad a lew anxious moments against the visitors, b u t i came on to score a I. lease once I in every inning lo win going i away. McNabb, out with a broken 1 hand suffered in a pro-season I'xliibilion tilt, broke back into the lineup in most impressive .fashion, rapping out t. h r e '.' .straight hits and turning in a neat l-2-:i job in a seventh-inn: ing relief stint. .Jennings look advantage ol' '•. wildness on the part of Steve'((ore starter Da-rell Ardoin to score Uvice In DJP lirsi j'ramc. with both runs coming in on U'auic Sim.'ir'. bases loaded '-ingle In ri;;hi. The Sli'vedo! :• , i ami' r i g h ! barl: lor a run of idcir mvii on Shreveport Is Winner in Polk Baseball Meet FOKT POLK iSpl.i Sbreve- ' porl Truck KquiDtnent Company 'STFC'Ol outbelied (be Kelly Truckers. 1:; 7 Uien mde Ibe one-bit piiclnng :.i Jim Kneip|,to a 2-0 win over the host Figbl- iug Hishojjs fir.- the duimpioii s/iip nl' the first annual Holiday Tournament here Saturday. Kelly, from Mossier City] took :t 'ji>. i'onviL'ilinn v,-in over OK- I'.eaumont All Stars. Polk had Hipped the Al! Star:; in t b e tourney opener. Ill) a JJy ball double by Wayne Sa- • voy and a single by David Spell. I Singles by Tommy Olncy! and Derouen tied if up in the: last of the second, and when : the Dockmen crupled (or two | more in the third, they were i never to be headed. A wlkd to Savoy and singles by McNabb | and Greg Dowies were all instrumental in the scoring. Two walks and a key error let in two more Lake Charles runs in the fourth, and Hie local nine padded it out with single runs in the fifth and sixth. Tommy Olney's H1U single, his second hit. of the day, account-, i-d for Hie run in the'fifth, while, j tour walks brought in the final i (ally of the day. [ Jennings chased Derouen in j the. lifth after leadoff walks to \ Ken d'allagher and ,M i 11 o n Siinar and a single to Nick IV./olafto. winch precipitated M throwing error allowing a .sec ond run to score. Johnny l-'ryar • finished out 'he trame and . hurled the sixth belon; giving | way to McNabb in the seventh, i i West Lake took advantage of: . a pair of errors in the first inn- i ! ing for the lone run against tin: Mets. ; Jerry (inil)ory led oil t h c igame with a wall;, stole .second and went lo third when t h e ;second sacker let Hie throw go : into center field. Ouillory was j i then trapped, however, w h e n ; Terry Collins tapped back to; |pitcher Eddie Nix. But on the! I rundown, catcher (,!us ilarkncss j dropped Ihe (brow allowing! Ciiiillory lo score what turned on! In be the winning run. 'Ilia! w;r a!l 'be oil I be I'.i'c 1 ' mild inn.-ier ol'i N i N. Vit'ii turned in a brilliant ellor! in his- ljr-1 >iart ol Ibe \eai Hi wlnlled III baili'i-v and allowed only Iwu ^inj.'l'"-: bv V'al rie Widcamp. Doubli.'S by I'-crnard David and Steve Stroh and a single by . Marty (iillert were the only bits oil Fletcher, who struck o u t live. David got as tar as third alter lus third-inning hil, but that was as clo'-.e a-; the Tan-' Mg eli'W collld collie lo :,cor- ing A'I '.I I or-- ;•« OO'J 0- I ',' I W.I'll . . 1.0') Ml <. 'I '. •' Tummy Hrl'.ner und Vulriu Wi<l<un:p.. ' rddJt,- /Jix onU C-U5 Morknt.--,-,. J':rininfii VOO O'.'U 0—) 1 '. ' Movi'doiM 1I?JII*-/ '/ i Uo^ r l Brou-.sard Milton Minor (!,) i.i.ri I (iltk ClMoluilo, Durrulp Derauen, J&P.'I In/ Fi/nr (5|. D'.'linan Mcllauu (/) u<nl I t i-onurfj Ar^.'-rni-nt ' VJ-'UerOMH. ( -.fitVj-.Vlrr: SPORTS CALENDAR TODAY NIP events scheduled. TOMORROW 1,1'XMON BASKBA1,!,: L. C Stevedores at Sulphur Post, 170, West l,;>.ki> n( 1'ci'v.i Cnla, .Icuninj's al Oakdalo, all 7::UI p.m. Nicklaus Claims Whifemarsh Tif/e VVJHTEMARSH, Pa. (Af) -UricklaJ over (he cw|>. "Congratulations .lack, you've j Player linished with a «!)-7fl- won," a well wisher told Jack 69-69-277, one stroke ahead of Nicklaus in the locker room at Palmer who had a t)8-70-G7-71 the Whiletnarsh Valley Country! Nicklaus had rounds of 69-70-70- Clul) Sunday. 07. Nicklaus eyed the visitor ;ind 1'layer really was disappoinlinquired: ''lias atiyoiie lokl Arnie'.' 1 ' Arnold Palmer at that mo-. menl was playing the 17th hole! and was three strokes behind I "I believe in my heart I deserved lo win,' 1 he said. "I was knocking the bull closer to the bole Hum Nicklaus. It is frus- Nicklaus, who had posted a four-1 [ ratin S t( > P'ay yoiir best. golMn round 12-under-par 27(> in Ihe \Vliiteniarsh Open. "II would tie jusl like him to luiock in ;IH e;i/>)e and a birdie and lie the Ihinr." Nicklaus wnd. ll was Ivpifa) () f )))(. respect Palmer's colleagues leel lor the liuk Nn (aUrv I'luypr. • , two years and finish second." THE LEADERS Klaus, VM.tMZ .... hi in-!0 I,!--'.' >, 51d,04/ r, VO.lp.IV lunn Rotliiyu'V, S/,D.t.' Ouuo Mori. S/,(uy tony l.ocui, V!.'.M/ f,r'[j/(j« K/)i/ri',on, 1.1 VI Tnnuny MHIW, VI.') I; Bill CIPMJIT, VlVl/ Dan la/rlialct, }!,«'/? Hilly M(i«wrii. sv Jerry ,r, -'I 1,1 '('! '.'. n i'i in M ;i ti l ) f>/ n . 71 A) ... M,BV-2..756/.;u n... /J./Oi,.' n.. 7066 /J 71- n 'IJ !•» «1- • „-.. «V 77-M 70- .bur'l, 11,?»J 70 70' ( " .. - , Jacobs. it,).n — t,iinn ;< (till Glllini, JI.79J Mil ,'| ;• .Iriy H-liorl, tl.J'rt Id 10 In II- Wi-i Ellli Jr.. 51,117 rtVftV./l ,'• A/iii'.on Rudolph. 11,117 .. ti'/nti" ('••••Hi' I. Wlcr, \'ll>> 71 7 ' • .liihn.i/ l',ill,'<v7V '"'.'.'.''. 7-u-i ;' rninniy Morrow VII'I . . . ./ 1 /,: stroke ^t-hole lead held l.v'juan S^S?'^'-^^"'^'i!' K'hi C ii digest money winner of (hem j ,^ in 'r'B''.''Vl.sw ...' all. Throughout the $125,000 jiJou\ )s !,a'if<iefl; 8 Vi,ii«" Whitemarsh Open, the leaders | '"" "'" always seeniod to look back) in- over their shoulder and quire, "Where's I'almerV" i Palmer didn't make it this tune. Nicklaus' I'ive-under-par 7!) final round erased the six RodriKiie/., and won /". l ,, kyH y," r "' , him the $21,000 first prize "F didn't play well," Nicklaus, who is in Knj-land today with Cary Player for this ' Boh Adciimon, 5842 . . '• Bet I Yutni-y, liUV Silld : Julius Hnrol.. VI7 .'. Morold Knc/?(.p. \l\l . 6fl 74 I' /,•>/,,'; Ki-n , 5/17 Ai..h"r. ^/I r bv one th i ame Ibe big week's Hritish Open. seorei) well." Xieklaus edged Playe TIP/;C .Sunday alter bo limn \MI\ back ID lak mi'iiey Player, who earned $lii. t/ixl tut- ;<-<;,n<l pl;i(.-e. made up live strokes on lite lielil in the l ",':' 1 n !" ncl nil- .Sijum Afnrvid iil/iid.i- Nicklaus when bis chip lioin the IriiiKe ou the final hole |u.t mis.scd the cup and rolled |ia:-.t. Nieklaus. in the same Hiife,;/ ( nie. gulped o.s Hie ball Mossville Sets Pork Dedication Mnssvil.l.K iSj.l • T i,,. •^1" '•' 'I' 1 ' I'uminunii \ \\ ,!i di \\\ I'a'i' if : SlICI III'-- |,jl||(. |,ca;;||r lia-i-l)illl )i;nl- |(ini«bl ;il 7 -;!0 I'-'" HI a ecreinony lealurini; lied an ;«/(lress fjy .Sheriff (f A shut: Held. ,lr in be lolknved bv a ball rtumc. The park i< \<n-ii\n\ <,n i d /• campus ol Mus^villc II i j^ l| School mi the (ji(l Spanish Trail. orsheim earance FOR COOLER - COMFORTABLE DRIVING REPLACE YOUR C-R-A-C-K-E-D WINDSHIELD «•»•«.' TIMTED .p,,, <A .\lC.i\Jt|',l> A(JAl.\.«5i' J I \K^ r M'i \ ii <• lii-uranco ( laius^—I-KC I'u Uup anU l)ilivn> Allied Glass, Inc. al tilh Your Corwetiienl B F. GOODRICH STORE CAR BOGGED DOWN FROM WEAR? Perk Up at BFG Service Center! 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