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24 WED " JULY 22, 1964, Uke Chorles Americon Press TEEING OFF By Charlie Meyers THE DEATH OF Gilbert Dcrouen, Sr. last Wednesday has created a void not only in the hearts of those | ^ ^ who knew him, but also one in the Lake Charles golf ing j doUs are the talk of the Wonv Barbara Fay White Sparkles In Western Amateur Tourney scene which is not likely to be soon filled. Although a fine senior golfer and competitor, it perhaps will be for his tireless work in assisting with tournaments and golf promotions at the Lake Charles Country Club that he is best remembered. A past president of the Country Club, it would have bcon easy for Derouen to divorce himself from the trivial tasks involved in golf activity, but, instead, he was always In be found in the thick of the work, serving as secretary-treasurer for almost every tournament the Club has held in recent years. Coming a scant two weeks after the death of a fellow member and golf enthusiast Ned Elkins, the passing of Gilbert Derouen will be felt by the entire Lake Charles golfing fraternity. * * * A SIX-HOLE throwout tournament was the order of the day in Country Club ladies play Tuesday and Estelle O'Meara was the winner with a 49. Evelyn Roberts and Ginnie McGhee tied for second with 52, while Yvonne Hirsch had low putts with 30. tn the nine-hole group, Ann Dominick came out on top with a 29, and Blanche Kecfe had 16 putts. The Kayouche ladies played even holes with onc- fnurth handicap and Liz Pecorino and Eunice Watson both scored 15s. Gloria Rue had 13 putts. * * * YOUNG BENNY HOLCOMBE snared top honors in the recently-concluded Southwest Louisiana Golf Association's 36-hole tournament as he captured low gross in the championship flight with a 157 total. Tied for low net were Warren Hood and Chester Carman with 149s. In the first flight, Ralph Hudson's 165 gross was (ops, while E. G. Hendrickson had a 147 net and Phil Messer 148. Roy Franques claimed second flight laurels with a 171, while net winners were Scott Sevier with a 145 and L. C. Brown with 148. A 182 by W. C. Knowles was the best score in the third flight. Wayne Johnson and Jerry Doumite tied with a 158 gross. Fourth flight honors went to Joe Duhon with a 199 gross, while Oscar Crenshaw posted a 155 net and C. F. Fischer was second with 157. * * * SIX PLAYERS HAVE advanced to the quarterfinals of the Country Club's President's Cup play. The lower bracket quarters are complete, with Earl Vcron scheduled to play Sam Hall in one match and Hugh Shearman paired against Cleo Cooper in another. Jack Caire and C. L. Shaddock have claimed quarterfinal berths in the upper bracket. Claire awaits the winner of a match between Sandy Morrissey and Frank Perry, while Shaddock will oppose the Sam DiGiglia- Ewell Stephens match. * * * PLAYERS AT THE Tee Off Par Three course have banging in the hole-in-ones at a steady clip in recent weeks. Included among the ace-makers are Brian Ortego, C. L. Shaddock, Johnny Theall, Bobby Jones, Joe Quirk, Arnold LeJcune, Jo e Mayfield, Arnold Jinks and Floyd Milford. Tom Milford now claims the course record with a; CHICAGO (AP)-Two blonde rn's Western Amateur Golf ^ournament, which enters the ;econd round Wednesday. They are Barbara Fay White, 13, daughter of a Shreveport, .a., golf pro, and Llda Matthews if Portsmouth, Ohio, whose best irevious tournament effort was 'caching the. semifinals this •car in her state's amateur. Miss White, 1962 runner-up in he Western, won (he South Mantic. Palm Beach and Florida Cast Coast, tournaments this icason. The 1963 graduate of Texas Christian plans to teach physical education at Centcn- ! ary. Aside from golf, her big pastime is raising quarter- horses. "In fact, I liked riding so |much that when I was nine ;years old I gave up golf and for 10 years devoted most of my time to horses," she said. "Then I took up the game seriously again. But I still reserve a lot of my time for raising and selling quarter-horses." Miss White registered one of the most lopsided victories of the tourney's 64-year history on Tuesday by blasting 19-year-old Fela Chavez of Mexico City 9 and 8. Miss Chavez shot a steady three-over-par 40 on the first nine of (he par 37-38—73 Oak Park Country Club course, only to be eight-down as Miss White fired a 32. The 24-year-old Miss Matthews ousted defending champion Barbara Molntirc of Colorado Springs, former British and U.S. Amateur titlist and two-time winner of this meet. Miss Matthews blew a 3-up lend at the turn, but. hung on to settle for 1-up on the 18lh hole. Four feet off the green, she used a putter to lag to within three feet of the cup for her par 4. Miss Mclntire blasted from a trap 35 feet past the hole and missed her putt by only two inches. Miss Matthews meets Patti Shook of Saginaw, Mich., a Valparaiso student who won the National Women's Intercollegiate crown, in the second round today. SPORTS CALENDAR TODAY LEGION BASEBALL: Opelousas at Sulphur Post 179, 7:30 p.m., district playoff. BABE RUTH: Bab* Ruth District tourney at Opelousas, 6 p.m. TOMORROW BABE RUTH: Babe Ruth District tourney at Opelousas, 6 p.m. MEETING: Lake Charles Sports Car Club, Belmont Motel, 8 p.m. Viator's 230 Is Top Maple Mark P. E. Lut- HONOR ROLL Men 215 LINFS: Burl Viator 230, trell 225. 600 SERIES: None. Women 185 LINES: Jo Avolos 224, Lucille Nu- 0*nt J09, Dot EIHs 202, Mildred Stoma 500, Ann Musser 195, Barbara Lc- Doux 192, Odcal Romero 189, Lou Roso 189, Esther Harp 188-185, Gcnny Fulllnaton 187. Belle Davis 186. 500 SERIES: Mildred Sloma S4J, Jo Avoid 526, Marilyn Smith 524, Dot Ellis 515, Either Harp 507. Burt Viator kcgged a 230 line in the Firestone Employes' dazzling two-undcr-par '_!5-'27—52, shaving si rokcs off the old mark. fullj Lake Charles Bowlers Claim State Honors Lake Charles bowlers brought home five of 12 titles from the YBA Family Twosome tournament held in Baton Rouge over the weekend. The local keglers are still in the running for national honors League to pace the men bowlers Tuesday. There were no 600 series. Jo Avalos of the Big Top Mixed League posted a fine 224 line, while Mildred Stoma of the Floral League kegged a 545 series to pace the distaffers. Dot Browning converted the 6-7 split In the Floral League. CASH AND CARRY Gams: Phil Clark, Knotheads, and will gather Saturday, on August McKinley Sweeps Pair of Matches HAVERFORD, Pa. (AP) The play was for the Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis Championship, but the talk was of the Davis Cup. "The Davis Cup is the pinna- do," said America's top-ranked men's tennis player, Chuck Mc- Kinlry, after he swept two matches to enter the fourth round of play in the Pennsylvania tournament. "You have to push hard now rrnardless of what you're play- IIIR on," McKinley said, comparing the grass court of the Morion Cricket Club here to the Hndpr-composition court he'll he playing on in the Davis Cup Challenge Round in Cleveland in September. McKinley, top-seeded in the Pennsylvania tourney, pushed hard Tuesday, defeating Dick Moss Bluff All-Stars To Play Friday MOSS BLUFF iSpl.) - The Ward One Little League baseball season will be climaxed this work by an all-star game be- hvt'en the loop's outstanding pkners at 7 p.m. Friday at the Muss Bluff recreation center.! Sorlicn, former Philadelphia champion, 6-2 and 6-3, and the(i disposed of Andy Lloyd of Shreveport, La., 6-2, and'9-7. Five other top-ranking Ameij- ican players advanced to thp fourth round of (he champion 1 ships. They were second-ranked Dennis Ralston of Bakersfiekl, Calif.; Frank Froehling of Ci|>- ral Gables, fla.; Gene Scott ff St. James, N.Y.; Marly Riejs- sen of Evnnston, 111., and Ajr- thur Ashe of Lynchburg, Va. In the women's singles, top- seeded Mrs. Clark Graebner of Santa Monica, Calif., advanced to the fourth round by defeating Stephanie Defina of Hollywood, Fla., 6-1, 6-3. Mrs. Karen Hantze Susm^n, second-seeded in the tourrja- ment, disposed of Brenda Nun|ns of Toronto, Canada, 6-0, 6-0. , Tory Fretz, No. 8 ranking {U.S. player from Harrisburg, : Pa., advanced to the thjrd j round with a C-4, 6-3 defeat of Wendy Overtoil of Ormqnd Beach. Fla. Bowlarena to establish scores which will be filed in the national meet on a postal basis. Toye Hamilton and Tommy Lampirez took state honors in father-daughter play in the prep division with a 712 total, while junior division mother-son action found Bill Koop and Terry Lavcrgnc the winner at 1242. Lake Charles almost swept the major division with three championships. Charles Patton, Jr. and Mary Firmature were the mother-son victors with a 1188 total, while Russell Cronin and Beau Hoffpauir took father- son with a 1199. Father-daughter competition found Sandra Diaz and Earl Briggs winning with an 1154. Men's 183. Men's Scries: Clark, 490. Women's Game: Cindy Proske, Knol- heads, 172. Women's Series: Proske, 443. Team Gome: Knotheads, 64] Team Serin: Knotheaa$, 1728. MORNINO STARS women's Game: Ann Musser, Johnson's. 193. Women's Series: Musser, 501. Team Game: Johnson's, S?2. Team Series: Johnson's, 1721. DR. PEPPER BANTAMS Men's Game: Jay Miller, Unbeatables, Men's Series: Powell Smith, Unbeat- ables, 275. Women s Game: Jean Allen, Strikers, 126. Women's Series: Allen, 241. Team Game: Unbeatoblcs, 536. Team Series: Unbeatables 996. FLORAL Women's Game: Lucillo Nufjent, Jones, 209. Women's Series: Mildred Stoma, Dahlias, 545. Team Game: Sweet Peas, 496 Team Series: Jones, 1377. Rosa Phcy. BIO TOP MIXED Man's Game: Eusebe Freyou, Trailer, J08. Men's Series: FranK Foolc, Rx 592. Women's Game: Jo Avalos, Road Runners, 224. Women's Serl«s: Avnlos, 576. Team Game: Auto Elec, 912. Team Series: Auto Elec., 2561. IVY MIXED Men's Gome: P. E. l.ultrell, Twisters, Men's Series: Mabrey Bourque, Four- B's, 553. Women's Gome: Marilyn Smllh, Sand- baqqers, 200. Women's Series: Smith, 524 Team Gam«: Twisters, 670. Team Series: Twisters, 1934. FIRESTONE EMPLOYEES Men'j Gam«: Burt Viator, Omeganltes, 230. Men's Series: Viator, 570, Women's Game: Bernlce P«v«eto, Swamp Swappers, 164. Women's Series: Peveto, 447. Team Gome: Swamp Swappers, 778. Team Series: Omeganiles, 2245. "WE KEEP FEED COST DOWN" GEORGE THERIOT'S FEED STORES ORTHO TRIOX 1.19 '3.50 No. 11—MOO Ryan St. No. 1J—1730 Broad SI. No. 14—J3J« Medora SI. No. 14-404 Railroad Av*. | No. 11—305 Sulphur Avt. Weil Lake No. U—MB Ruth SI. Sulphur No. 18—Iowa No. 17—DcQulncy Open 7:15 AM—«:00 PM [ Daily—Wed., Open H:« | No. 16—Open All Day Wed. CHOPS 25-LB. DARCO $1.00 DOUBLE U. S. GREEN S T A MRS TUESDAYS ORTHO KLOR 72 FOR TERMITES AND MOSQUITOES '5.79 WHITE OATS 96-LB. 3 CRIMPT OATS 96-LB. SO98 3 NO. 3 TUBS $2.25 20-GAL. WITH LID GARBAGE CANS NO. 1 TUBS $1.98 FOOT TUBS 90c 10-QUART BUCKETS HORSE & MULE FEED 100-LB. BAG JIM DANDY DOG FOOD 50 JIM DANDY DOG FOOD 25 CIRCLE PIGEON GRAIN 25 Lfas. DARCO HEN SCRATCH ALBERS CALF MANNA ALBERS CALF MANNA 50 Lbs. Ortho Scram Dog Repellent Keeps does away from flowers and garbage cans. 8-OZ. 69° VALUABLE COUPON 100 EXTRA THIS COUPON GOOD FOR U.S. GREEN STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF $6.50 T COUPON OR MORE ^°' < ' *"' r GEORGE T II E R i"o T' ! s'" FEED STORE 100 EXTRA VALUABLE COUPON THIS COUPON GOOD FOR U.S. GREEN STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF 100 LBS. WHOLE CORN AT REG. PRICE GEORGE THERIOT'S FEED STORE (Limit 1 Coupon) Void Alter July 15, IfMI VALUABLE COUPON- THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 5ft FYTRA u s - GREEN QU CAInH STAMPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF W X 50" LIMIT GARDEN HOSE J COUPON REG. PRICE juiy" «, iwt | GEORGE THERIOT'S FEED STORE Indians In Mfd-Cify Minor Nod The Indians triumphed over the Eagles, 4-3, to take the first of a three game playoff series in the Mid-City Minor League Tuesday. Mark Abraham posted a fine one-hit hurling performance for the Indians but the Eagles scored three unearned runs on errors. Barry Petroski, the Indian catcher, hit three consecutive doubles to right field in three times at the plate. He scored the Indians' first run and drove in the winning run. The Indians will play the Eagles again Wednesday night at Locke Park. In the Southside American League the Angels remained undefeated by outscoring the Yankees, 14-2. Arnold Johnson program will be the selection of night, with Houston's Ken John- i hurled a four-hitter for the An- Johnson Will Face Koufax NO WORRY ABOUT RUNNING OUT OF GAS WITH Al.su highlighting the LOS A.N'CJELKS (API - hfits i and runs should be scarce items week's at Dodger Stadium Wednesday a Little League queen and prine Candidates lor queen and their teams are Donna Manuel of the Cults, Linda Trahan of the Pills, Juanita Veazey i;< the Rebels, Cathy Paris of ((K: Irish, Dianne I.eger of the Pirates and Karen Sehwenneker of the Short Orders '! he coronation of the queen will take place at the Moss Bluff recreation center, Saturday, Juiv 25th at 7 p.m. A game be- son going against Los Ange|es Sandy Koufax. Superb Sandy has pitched three no-hit, no-run games. i|md Johnson one, which, sad to re- his own, to Cincinnati early this year, 1-0. The Dodgers' Don Dryscjale can sympathize with Johnson. He surrendered only live lits against the Colts Tuesday ni,;ht. But the fifth was a home run in the eighth inning by Al Spangler, only his second of the y>!ar, iween Little League mothers and the Colts emerged wit3 a ana a)s< utie between the dads will take place that Saturday. gles. The Atgcls record now stands at 7-0. SOUTHSIDE AMERICAN Anijfls Ill (10)0—14 11 2 ; Yankee) 001 001—2 4 6 : Ronald Johnson and Ernie Little; Al- vln Gossett, Gary Derise (4), Gary Lou ; rents <•<) and Gary Laurcnls. Alvirt Gov idl (4), Travis Hoffpauir (6). L—Gosselt. MID-CITY MINOR Eooles 000501-3 1 4 i Indians 030 10&-4 E 5 Richard Hamm and Ken Guillorv ; Mark Abraham and Barry Petroski. BOXINQ By Tht AuocieM Pr NEW YORK—Bobby BarUls ._.. ..^ ._ _,, lil. New York, stopped Juan Romoi, 144ft, Puerto Rico, i. HOUSTOtJ, T«x.—Cleveland William*, :i/. Houston, slopped Sonny Bank*. IWrt, Detroit, t. 6ACRAMENTO, Calif.—Fred Boot*, 1*3- Surramenlo and Aristeo Chavarin, IdQVi, /.'.!/ie.o, are*, 10. I AS VEGAS, Ne*. — Donn/ Valdez, IK. i 0^ Anueies, outpointed Danny Valflez, t.'J •; Mexico City. 10. HONOLULU—Eddy Pace, w-;, Los An- of us outpointed James dllky) Shelton, ISO. iun Antonio, Tex., 10. 1-0 decision. Big Don and most of the 2 ,873 fans left the place frustrated and unhappy. It was the third 1-0 defeat for Drysdale and the fourth tun j he has lost when the Dodgers were shut out this year. Ten Dodgers were stranded on base, five on third—though not at the same tune, of course. Bob Bruce subdued the ion- clutch hitting Dodgers, althcugh he gave up nine hits, and v ent the distance ior hi.s foirth straight triumph. KPC Is Unbeaten In Campanella i KPC remained undefeated as | they fashioned a rally in the sixth inning to take a 10-2 victory over Hillcreast in the Campanella Little League Tuesday- night. KPC, ahead by one run going into the sixth inning, collected four doubles, two singles and a triple and a total of seven runs to put the game out oi Hillcreast's reach. CAMPANELLA LITTLE LEAGUE Hilfcreait CIO 100 0— 2 4 J. KPC 100 207 x-IO U 0 : Robert Jants and Victor D a u c * t; i James f>um und £d*'ln Biuyus. Right now, United Gas owns or has purchase contracts covering enough gas to supply every residential consumer in the nation for seven years. More than 500 gas fields are connected to United's system! No other gas supplier in the Gulf South can surpass United's ability to provide dependable supplies of natural gas to the growing cities and the booming industries of this area. UNITED

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