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Nickols Leadin COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-You can't say that Gary Player isn't earning his keep over at Jack Nicklaus' house-and it's pretty steep keeping. Player, who is Jack's house guest at the PGA golf tournament this week, paused between efforts to eat Nicklaus out of Nichols, who comes from Lou- j er with his bargain basement isv He, went to Texas on a foot- putter than Palmer was with bail scholarship and wound up " ' playing golf instead, was sharp•k * BULLETIN house and home, and gave his L TOLUMB US , ohto (AP)-Bob- host a hint that straightened out! ^Nichols of Corona, Calif., his swing. added a one-over-par 71 to his record-breaking 64 opener today for a 135 total at the end of 36 holes in the 46th PGA championship. His five-u n d e r-par total shoved him out front in the pressure-packed classic, but Arnold Palmer, who had started four strokes back with an opening 68, was only a shot behind after two rounds. Palmer finished with his second straight 68, featured by a 50-foot chip shot eagle on the tenth, for 136. Bo Wininger, who opened with 69, had a 68 to match Palmer today, and was third with a 137 total, strokes under par. three his swing. That's a little like adding an extra story to the Empire State building, or an extra steak on litlle Gary's plate. But Jack says he can use all the help he can get this week. He's trying to defend his PGA championship before the home folk, and grab the last spot in the golf World Series. Meanwhile, Player, known as Ihe South African locust, is setting a grocery bill record, Arnold Palmer is dropping over at night and trouncing Nicklaus at snooker, and baby-faced Bobby Nichols is leading after the first round of the PGA with a record 64. Nichols' round, achieved with the aid of a $5 putter he found on the back shelf in the pro shop in Anchorage, Ky., was also a record for the revamped 6,851-yard Columbus Country Club course. Sub-District Legion Playoffs Start Saturday « ; LOCUST valley, N.Y. Opelousas and Crow ev wi 1 Arn °i? Palmer 34-34-48 ii, , „ „ i , Llaonler. Pn be the opponents of S u 1 p h u r Post 179 and the Lake Charles Stevedores, respectively, as the District Seven American Legion playoffs begin Saturday. Post 179, winner of the Western Division, will host Opelousas in Sulphur. The Stevedores will journey to Crowley. Both games are scheduled for 7:30 the snooker stick. He finished with a three stroke edge on Nicklaus, who had his best opening round in a major championship all year with a 67. Mike Souchak also COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-Bob-!had 6~. Palmer had a menacing 68, along with five others, including former British Open champion Bob Charles, the New Zealand left-hander, Billy Casper and Jack Nicklaus, defending champion, after a blazing 67 for a second-place tie in the opening round, wasted two shots in a trap on the 15th hole and was even par through that point. Don January. Ben Hoga'n, the 51-year-old, two-time champion and all-time great had 70, even par, and Tony Lema, the new British Open king, had 71. U.S. Open champion Ken Venluri was at 72, not out of it but needing lo get moving. Nichols made five birdies on the last nine, four of them with wonderful putts up to 30 feet, and the fifth without ever seeing the fairway. On the 578-yard 18th, Nichols hit his drive in the rough, his second into a bis sand trap, pitched his third some 125 yards to the green and ran in a 15-footer. Behind him charged Nicklatis, the 24-year-old Ohio Golden Bear who was being cheered on by the home folks. * * * FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1964, Loke Chorles American Press Kennon Vaults Into Southern Golf Lead SHKEVEPDRT, La. (AP) A youngster who can shoot a 66 in one of t he major amateur golf tournarrcnts in the nation sounds like i good prospect for the play-for-p ay ranks. But that's not true in the case of Charles K "I play for Kennon, son nnon, a 23-year-old , medical stncjenl from Baton Hougc. the fun of it," said of former Gov. PGA Tourney Results Bobby Nichols 32-32—64 Corona, Calil. Jack Nicklaus 34.33—67 Columbus, Ohio Mike Souchak 33-.14—67 Grosslnger, N.Y. Paul Hovllond 34-34—48 Sol Air, Md. Don January 32-36—«8 Dallas Bob Charles 31-37—68 Sarasota, Fla. Tom Nlcporle 35-33—68 Locust Valley, N.Y. Llgonlcr, Pa. Billy Casper 34-34—48 Corona, Calif. Bo Wininger Las Vegas, Nev. Jon Guslln -71 35-34- , 34-35—49 Richard M. Rhyan Ji 34-37 Columbus, Ohio Glenn Stuart 37-39—71 Grand Rapids, Mich. John Zontek 34-37—71 Mother AFB, Calif. Al BessellnK 36-35-71 Merchanlvlllc, N.J. Tony Lema 33-38—71 San Lcandro, Calif. i Ed Furgol 35-36-71 I Export, Pa. I Doug Sanders 35-36—71 Ojal, Calif. Vic Ghezzi 35-36—71 Rumson, N.J. Jim Browning 37-34—71 j Weston, Mass. -69 I George Bayer 37-34—71 Incline Village, Nev. Tommy Aaron . 36-36-72 p.m. Monday, the sites will be reversed with Post 179 traveling to Opelousas and the Steve- boumcrn P(ni dores hosting Crowley. If a third i Eonie Pete Bro< game is necessary, 'the games Los Ansel " Wostlield, N.J. Gainesville, Oo. Joe Conrad 34-35-69 Bruce Crampton 36-36-72 San Antonio, Tex. i Sydney, Australia c MA co "V, 33-36-69 j Clyde E. Mullins 36-36-71 Eqlln AFB, Fla. , | n dlo, Calif. Gay Brewer Jr. Dallas Jacky Cuplt 35-37— 11 Corona, Calif. Billy Maxwell 36-36—72 Indianapolis Frank Beard 3537—72 Louisville David F. Marr 34.38—72 New Rochelle, N.Y. Robert A. Hill 36-36—72 Brockport, N.Y. Steve Boll 35-3/—72 Milwaukee J. C. Goosle 35-37—72 Largo, Flo SMILE OF APPROVAL - Bobby Nichols smiles and waves his cap Thursday after sinking a 20-foot putt on Ihe 15th hole of ihe Columbus Country Club course, one of the many spectacular shots which enabled him to post a record-breaking 64 lo- lal and lake the PGA first-round lead. (AP Wire- photo). SPORTS CALENDAR TODAY MEETING: American Legion Baseball Boosters' Club at Second Avenue Legion Home, 7 p m TOMORROW LEGION BASEBALL: Si-District I'layoffs—Ope- lousas at Sulphur Post 179, L. C Stevedores at Crowley, both 1:',}Q p.m. GOLF: City Tournament at Herman Frasch ['ark Sulphur, 1L* noon. Robert Kenron. Thursday, young Kennon vaulted into .he lead of the 58lh annual Southern Amateur Golf tourney with his torrid 66, which equalled the [competitive course record for (1 e rolling, strategically trapped Shreveport Country Club course. His five-unjier-par score gave him n 36-hole total of 13fi and all-time low jnedalist honors for the Soulhernj Kennon credits Ford Ames, an i Alexandria pro, with helping to straighten ojit his game last month at .lie State Amateur tourney in Alexandria. "I haven't threc-p u 1 1. e cl a Yates green in the tourney," said Kennon, who last year got as far as the quarter-finals in the Southern. The 1963 tourney was played at match competition while this year the winner will be determined by stroke play. Kennon went into today's third round with a one stroke .advantage over Dale Morey of ! High Point, N.C., Isvo time Walker Cup team member and the 1950 Southern champion. Morey, winner of the North- South title—another major event for the simon pure swingers- slipped to a 71 Thursday after setting a course record with a 66 the previous day. In third place was Ho well Fraser of Panama Cily, Fla., who, like Morey, played his col- i k'giate golf at Louisiana State University. Frascr had a 67-71— LIB. Next came Bob Lowrcy Jr. of Huntsvillc, Ala., nmnerup in the 1958 Southern, with a 68-72—140. Kightccn-ycar-old Mike Malarkey of Signal Mountain. Tcmv. who won the Southern last year, Shines n Public Links ran into disaster in this year's tourney. He withdrew iii'cr rounds of 77 and 79 and headed hcme to compete in a local tourney over the weekend. _._ , THE LEADERS Charles Kennon 7064--1M Baton Rouge Dale Morey 4*/i n? . Hlah Point, N.C. Howcll Fra»er 6/-/1 ns Panama City, Fla. Bob Lowry Jr 48-72--UO MuimvlMe, Ala. John Bird Jr 72-M-ui Shreveporl Robert Rawllns 70-71-in Dallas, Tex. Jonn Pain 7l-7t —112 Houston, Tex, Frank Holt 71-72Ml I Birmingham, Ala. ChucK Reo 77-M—r.u Meridian, Miss. Buddy Short 73-71—u< Lafayette Jackie Cummlnq< 74-70-- \44 Tuscaloosa. Ala Dovld Boytt /.171-us Atlanta, Ga. John Garrell 72.73—145 Mousloi), Tfx. Mike Taylor 74 71-MS Meridian, Ml» Randy Pelrl 72-73-145 j Houston. Tex. [Van Schroeder r\ 74—-us Shreveport Don Eastfrwood Jr 73 7.1—l.tS Shreveporl Jerry Grocnbnum /)•/) — \4t Atlanta, Ga. Bobby Greenwood Jr 7V-7S —I4j Cookevillc, Tcnn. Jim Manqum 74.;?— \n& Lafayetle Claude Moody ;t //, 1.17 MontqomrrY, Ala. Bunky Henry 74-73--M7 Vnltloito, Go Claylon Cole ;<i T\ — M7 I Monroe jMlke Mitchell ,'5-'>-M8 : Houslon, Tex, John McKey 7A-77--M8 Orlando, Flo. Curtis Person , H Pi—US Memphis, Tenn ! M. C. Flits 74./4-I48 i Tuscolooso, Aln. ! Russell OglMe 7573-H* Shrevcoort B J. Murphy .Ir u 74—1-H i Snrevrport Jimmy Allen 7V-7ft~ IJ« Athens, Ga. Dill Bailey 7&-77--I4J Shroveport Eglln AFB, Fla. _.... Ferrej 35-35—70 Corona, Calif. Scotty McBeath 34-36—70 Redwood City, Calif. Sam Reynolds 34-36—70 Springfield, Mo. Bruce Devlin 33-37—70 Australia Gary Player 35-35—70 South Africa Ben Hogan Fort Worth, Tex. Woltcr Burkemo Detroit Julius Boros Southern Pines, N.C. will switch back to the" locations of the first games. Third games would be played in Crowley on Tuesday and in Sulphur on Wednesday. The winners of this playoff will start a best two-out-of-(hree series Thursday night with a flip of the coin determing where the first and third games will be played. A commissioner will be present at all games to rule imme- iwn Juon Rodriguez Dorado, Puerto Rico Jimmy Johnson 34.37 Wayne, Pa. 34-36—70 35-35—70 34-36—70 36-35—71 3S-34—71 -71 Ken Venluri 35-37—72 Crystal River, Fla Robert R. Rosburo . Hlllsboro, Ore. Babe Llchardus 36-36—72 Hillside, N.J. Smashes Auto Speed Record ADELAIDE, Australia (At , Speed demon Donald Campbell once said he would quit racing i if he holds both the world auto i 4.250 official auto rccml because nf i the jet power. | Campbell /.unmed hi.s HO-fool, Starks Clinches Girls West Title diately on any might oceur. protests that High Scoring Marks Little League Play High scoring contests marked Little League action Thursday with lop-sided victories being registered by Eagleson, Kirkman Pharmacy, ths Tigers the Braves. Play in the Tri-Parish Church League found Eagleson bombing Boyett's, 31-1 and Kirkman blanking the Parrots, 11-0. Barney O'Quinn and Penny Le- Bert hit three run homers in the first to spark an eleven-run uprising for Eagleson. Luther Lacasse pitched a Starks clinched first place in the Western Division of the Dixie Girls' Sheriff League with an 18-12 victory over Maplewood Thursday night. , Starks rallied for eight runs '• in the sixth inning to overcome 'a 11-10 deficit. j Marion won a Dixie Girls' j contest with a seventh-inning homer by Carolyn McAlister to i nip Iowa, 13-12. Other Dixie con- i tests found Sam Houston and West Lake dividing a doubleheader. Sam Houston winning the first one, 6-2 and West Lake the second, 12-6. Pelican Girls' play found Marion nipping Iowa, 6-5, in nine innings; Maplewood tripping Starks, 14-9 and West L a k c AII-Stars f Sams Capture LCRC Fern Softball Tilts The All Stars and Sam's Groc- downing Sam Houston, 12-7. Linda Martin singled, stole second and scored on Linda Guidry'B single in the ninth to give Marion a close victory over Iowa. West Lake took advantage of 17 errors by Sam Houston to score its Pelican girls' victory. PELICAN GIRLS Sam Houslon 21004—7 417 West Lake 315 3x-)2 9 ; Barbara Doucet and Elizabeth Derisc, Linda Barbee and Sheila Stubbs. Maplewood 000 571 1—14 12 5 Storks 101 511 o— 9 6 6 Brenda Keel, Sharon Goudeau (6) ana Charlcne Dlxon; Frankle Gore, Roxene Holly (6) and Frances Clark, W—Keel. L—Gore. HR—Starks: Frankle Gore 4th, none on. 36-36-72 anf j Now that he has them both as the result of his 403.1 mile per hour auto record set Friday, the 43-year-old Briton apparently intends to keep racing. Hi.s target is the speed of 407.45 m.p.h. set last Aug. 5 by American Craig Breedlove in a three-ton, three-wheeled jet-powered car on the Donnevi'lle Salt Flats in Utah. This is not an «i Q u-u T ~~ ,',:"I""* -i<?ry captured LCRC Women's' three - hitter f o r Kirkman as , spftball victories at High School | wS W : " ' "" " ' indo Fuselier Iowa 000 310 010-5 13 7 Marlon 103000011-613 5 Brenda Hebert and Belinda Sonnlcr; Linda Guldry and Diana LaRocca. „ , _, DIXIE GIRLS Maplewood 0006411—1210 6 Storks 322 038 x-18 10 3 Cathy Doucet ond Cherryl Broussard; Sue^ Ingo, Linda Casburg (7) ond Sherry 1°*° 2012070-1215 4 Morion 2132311—1331 2 Barbara Benoil, Brenda Thlbodeoux 111 and Belvoh Benoil; Judy Guidrv Linda Snyder (3), Sue Lormand (4) ond w y ^- ,i penler ' Carolyn McAlister (6). W—Guldry. L-Bcnoit. HR—Marion: Carolyn McAlislcr, ;m, none on. LEAGUE LEADERS AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (225 ul bat',)—Ollva Minn- soto, .337; Mantln, New York, (32 A in son, Minnesota, .330; Robinson, Baltimore and Fregosi, Los Anqeles 315 RUNS—Ollva, Mlmieiolu, 67, Allrr.i, MinncbUla, 63, Howst-r. Clcveloml on'i Killebrew, Minnesota, 5!,, /.V-AI,-iti,- Q, troll and Vocalics, Minnesota it' RUNS BATTfcD IN-Stuail, bosloii, r, Killcorew, Minnesota, 68, Waa.<vr Cl<"v< land, 64; Allison, Minnesota, 60; Coin vno, Kansas City, 57. HITS—Ollva, Minnesota, 124; Cauy-v. il 0 / 150 ?, f.^Y ar "* Versallcs, Minnesota.' 103; Robinson. Baltimore ond Ailr.oi, Minnesota, 102. DOUBLES-Alllson, Mmncsoln, 2V 5. re ".°. ud ' Boslori and Ollva, Minnesota', .. _. , auilutlu VH;iwies ai r teammate Malcolm Richard hitjp ar k Thursday night ' — ••• ~ --•• a solo blast in the sixth. The Tigers scored ten runs in the third and banged out 11 West Lake The All Stars, fielding a team Wfst for the first time, used the home i som Houston run power of Carolyn Morgan Martha r , .. ara Cothy Moss ond Carmen Bankston 10 , i i 0 Skiles; 220 02— 6 14 10 , 170 04—12 I/ s: hits to down the Giants, 11-4, in i and tadda Addison 'to blast Ihe Mid City Minor action at Lock i Le ft Overs, 13-9. Morgan had a Th ' n j f . j u ^ L ' tlire e-run homer in the first and The Braves defeated the Cubs, a two-run round tripper in the 8-5 in a Southside National con- j f our t h . Addison hit a grand slam test as Chris and Ralph Romero ' j n the second. Cathy Moss and Carmen Bankston nsa Smith ond Martha Skills HR—Sam Houston: Linda Fuseiir-r none on. 4th, 2 on. <-u«ii.r, TRIPLES- Yostrzemskl, Boston and Versalles, Minnesota, 8; Freqosl, Los An peles, 7; /WcAullfte, Detroit, 6, Ollva Minnesota, 5. HOME RUNS—Killebrew. Minnesota. • Po * ell < Baltimore ana Allison, Minnesota, 23; Wagner, Cleveland, '-I; Co ; o vita, Kansas City, 21. ., 5T Ol.EN BASES-Aporlno. Baltimore. 34, Wels, Chicoqo. 16; Davah'io, UP/Ilond. 13; WlHiner, O-...-li:n<l, 11, ;.vr r ,,,v f Imago. Versallrs, Minn' >cia en, " Washington. 9. ('ITCHING (8 -le'iMoni) • t'o York, 12-2, 857, Bunker, Bull-, .818, Piiorro, Chifa,/rj 13 4 ff m<;, Hew York. (, .• .7yi K-:M " ond Kaot, /Minnesota 104 71.: STRIKEOUTS -- l'ast.i,<il,' ,v 117; Ford. New York 1 H; r>'.T- Ipn, 108, VVKf'Ti.h'jrn, Dt -rr,it. !• Kansas Cit/. K.'j NATIONAL LEAGUE 8ATTINO IK': at bats) -'/,' :i. . . i, Chi(.U'jo power Blui-binl to 401! m.p.h. tvvic:- in two runs over the dry sail bed of Lake Eyre in Southern Australia. Tin- speed eclipsed the record of 3.9-1.196 m.p.h. set by the late John Cobb on the Bonneville Salt Flats on Sept. 1(5, 19-17 in ;i 2,860 horse - power Kailtun Special. Allt.T lii.s .s-ecund run, Campbell jumped tVnm Bluebird's cockpit, embraced Ins wife Tanya, said said ''Darling! We have done it. Bui I'm heartbroken ul not hi'iitinj" Craig Breedlove." (Campbell s a i d ho was not happy with the condition of the track. He said the car veered to (hi 1 ritjht side. He said tho cnjuliliiin of ihn li'Ji'!; wniilil di'lcrmim.' when he would make un<>>' t i>'-r a(i«M,i]ii in hi-- ?! million c;r. R/essen In Clay Courts Tennis Win HIVEH FOREST, I11.,(AP)- To hear Marty Hiessen of Northwestern University, tell it, this is (lie year he is to emerge as fie nation's No. ! tennis player. IN nut tliat liu- 22-veur-okl Davis Cu|> star is cuckv. It's i'l.st a mafter himself. in .'14] , c ,on .nt... fombined for a one-hiiter. MID-CITY MINOR 00 2 002— 462 . 00(10) lOx—II 11 1 Jonn /v.rDonold, David Kircy (3) and | V Miller, rC ' " re ' ancu ^o and L—McDonald. Giants Tilers Mike O'Quinn, Gory Bellon (1) Darrell Picard: Chris Romero, Rolpn Romero (3) and Ralph Romero. Glen Cites (5). W—Romero. L—Bellon TRI-PARISH CHURCH Eacjleion (Ult7 •'U—31 •>} 2 Bovettes 0 00 100— 1 0 12 Penny Lebert ond M'Ke 0 Ccrroli; G-T- ald Wenux ond Mike Corm,fr. HR—Eogleson: Borne,- 0 Q'jmn I'.i 2 on. Penny Lebert. 1st. 2 on. Kirkman Pharmacy 221 402—11 9 2 Pcirrolts . 000 DM— 035 De.tcr Brousscjrd, Do,.d V.e,-er |5i" c.,!f- Sam's took over sole possession of first place with a 14-10 triumph over the Beauty Spots. while the Spots are 3-1. (.0',", '^: 1'jrr.--, //; RUNS--Mays, San f Aaron Mi.wau» r T ' : , and Ton,, I.', .-..j.j,,. RUNS BAT1LD llj f.-'O, 63; Scnto Crn< 1.0'jis, 60; AOIOII and HiTi-W'liiaiiv . ,'.1:1 'f- Pittsbui^ft, j) h'tj. Ways, San i: l.wK. 104. DOUBLES — Sam Houston used the hurling ? ; '''^'im. pr,"!; of Clark White to down We-n """ " Lake, White Pitches Sam Houston By West Lake, 9-2 Torr,- Mory Bonsoll, Clcvle Fontenot (2) and Carolyn Morgan; Mildred Comobelt, Nell Tllley (4) ond Gussle Doucet. HR—All Stars: Carolyn Morgan (2), 1st, two on, 4th, one on, Toddo Addison, 2nd, three on. IV—Bonsai!. L—Campbell. Sam's 1850—14 8 4 Beajty Spols 1702—1010 3 tio;o Brcussurd, Margaret Foreman (3) and Agnes Fuselier; Carolyn Jones, Phil- hs Benoil (2) and Pnylhs BenOit. Sherryl Gote (2). ' W—Brousiard L—Jones Cinnnnali. ' ;, ' r, Allen ond Cu.'mcr, Pi nr.-nle, Piti^ijiji ^r. ,, HOME RUUS-'/,a,i , teammates banged "ouT eTg ii"t.' cXnod'-.... 5 ° r:! r- i hits, to assure Sam Houston of' 9-2, in Pelican Boys' i Sheriff league play Thursday. White struck out 11 as "his „ . • ..' ' .". . -----v-.. v/» spot in the district playoffs. PELICAN BOYS .Vest Lake ............ 2000000-2 Sam Houston ......... 005 4$) J_9 Wayne Johnson ond Mike Greensl Ba'.ies ' C ' arK V/h " e "> onS' 3 'on" 50 " 1 Hous;on Joc Pcshott. VV— Wlntc. •> 0 , STOLEN BASES- 31; Horoer, dn'ir, Louis, 19; v; Du. Aaron, //ijyvauk^-c '. PITCHING (3 fir. Awitlts. 13-4, H*. ! 733; O'Toole. Cir.-ir ch^l, San F r:jr\;,' - - 1 Houston ond bjn-.i STRIKEOUT', -. : 146 Dr ^sdQlt- '. c,' •' > Hr,, Pii:lu"rt°.-' ''li, 1.0' i ar-J LO- Af si i iniieh Thursday (hat hr won in ;.- eakewalk (',-:',. ti-:!, i;..| inmi Si,sub Africa'* A!;'- Sc»'tl in (he quaru r-linal rinjiid ul ihe 5|ih National Clay Court Tennis Championships. Now, Hii/ssen will wail until Saturday tu face fellow Davis (-'upper Dennis lialston of BakiTsi.ic'd, Calif . in a semifinal mate)]. i-iii-.ssi fj's o t h e Davis Cup teammate. Chuck MfKink-y, -,,{ San Ai.tonin. Tex., plays' hi.-, quaner final match ' today Wcinrit Charles Pasart-ll of Puerto fticu. MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - You can ptil Yateis Adams down as one of the most colorful golfers the game evtjr has seen. The 27-year-old dental salesman from Ilifih Point, N.C., has reached Friday's 3(Miolc semifinals (if the National Public Link.'l tournament at Francis Gro.'js course with a wildly cheering Adams Army behind him. Adams is a rawboned 6-fool-7, talks a blue streak and peers out from big glasses. He would be conspicuous anywhere, even if he didn't wear brown plaid Bermuda shorts and a white tee-.shirl. lie has only nine clubs — all battered, including a wedge that is as smooth as a tablespoon. The talkative Adams insists he hasn't the money to know where hi.s next hamburger is coming from and he buys one golf ball at a time, lie plays with it— whether it is cut or not—until it is lost. Even a caveman would he able to swinfj'a club better than Adams. He cocks his legs better than he does his wrists, and he lets go like a discus thrower. His follow-through brings the club twirling over his head. But the ball drills out there 2HO yards straight down (he fairway. Pro-Ladies Prizes Go To Kayouche (litller.s from Kayouchf displayed a ma,s I e r y of their own cuur.se Thursday as they claimed a majority of the hon, ors in their Pro-Ladies Invita- j tional. Taking the le?m title with a low G5 were C|ira Lynn Lejeune and Ralph Skfks of Kayouche. Second place went to Sicks and Mable Reagor with a 66 and a couple of Sun.'jet Crove players from Orange, Katie Mann and i Hill Stark captured third with a 07. Kayourhe's Gloria Rue won low gross honors wild a 7'J, while low net laurejs went In (ier- maine Stagg ol Opelousas with a 74. Low pro !i<n|op'. lur the men went to ,Stark ( who fired an even par 72. On the greens, Adams, all limes creeps up on the ball, his! putter wagging and taps thei ball without taking a stance, j And it goes in. ! In Thursday's quarter-finals,! Adams defeated defending! champion Bob Lunn of San! Francisco 1 up. "If I never saw it I wound'l believe it," said Lunn. "I didn't even know Lunn was last year's winner, snid Adams, i "1 just go on I to play. As for pressure I don't know what that is. The only time I may have it is thinking if my clubs will stay together until f finish this tournament — which is the first major one I've ever been in." In the semifinals Adams will face Bill McDonald, a music major at Wushburn University in Topeka, Kan., where his father is baseball coach. The other maleh sends 20-year-old Norwegian born Arne Dokka of Sherman Oaks, Calif., against Dean Wilson, 31, an Omaha Postal clerk. WATER LEVEL AT BUN DICK TO BE LOWERED DER1DDER (Spl.)-A reduction of water level will begin Thursday, July 23, at Bundick Lake and last approximately one week according to a release by the Bundick Game and Fish Commission. The project is designed primarily to kill aquatic weeds by exposing (hem (o sunlight. The program is being carried out in cooperation with the Louisiana Wildlife and Fishery Commission and I h e Bundick Commission. ' NOW! HOSPITAL & SURGICAL INSURANCE that you can keep as long as you live! 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