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Houston Golfer Fires 69, Ties For NCAA Bid WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., June im-uernie Magnussen of Stan ford and Phil Rodgcrs of Hous ton, a couple of tow-headed college kids who already havc earned masters' degrees in golf, shot two-under-par 69s Monday and led the first day of qualifying in the 1st National Collegiate golf tournament.; Magnussen, a . Wlnnetka, 111., boy who went' west to study engineering, and Rodgcrs, a. California who migrated to Texas, shot duplicate rounds on the mountain-rimmed 6,630-yard Ta-conic course. They both scorched the shorter front nine then fought to stay even the rest of the way. Magnussen, sinking birdie putts of five, 10 and four feet on the fifth, sixth and seventh holes, was four under par when he holed a, 20-foot chip on the 13th. But he took three bogies from there on .for a round of 32-3769. Rodgcrs', claiming he hit only "one or two" greens, cahnned a 12-foot birdie putt on the 18th green to tie for the lead. Justice Cards a 71 Par for the . hilly Taconic course is 35-3671 and the back nine... with two par five holes and two long par fours,- proved a big obstacle' for. the college golfers. Only a few equalled or bettered standard figure's on that side although a cool, -clouxjy and almost windless day seemed made to order for good golf. Dick Whctzle of North Texas State, the Southern Intercollegiate champion; Dick Siderowf- of Duke and Ab Justice of Oklahoma State shared the runnerup spot- with par 71s. Nearly a dozen players had 72s. Among those at1 72 was Art Hall, another Oklahoma State en: try. Tom Black of Oklahoma university posted a 73 and Jerry Pittman, Tulsan who plays for Southern Methodist, had a 75. Two more days of qualifying remain before the 64 low scorers tangle in match play for the individual Jitle. Houston Looks Potent Because of the big field more than 300 entered although not all started the 36-nole qualifying test was split three ways. About half of those who played Mon day will shoot their second round Tuesday. The others will play i again Wednesday and a third group will start Tuesday and fin-1 ish Wednesday. I Until they're all through 36 boles, the team title can't be determinid. But on Monday's play it shapes up as a battle between Houston, winner the past two years, and Southern California. With Rodgcrs' 69, Houston had a 72 by Frank Wharton, a 73 by Jimmy Hiskey and a 74 by Bob Pratt. Al Gcibcrger and Bud Bradley, both former National Junior champions, shot 72s for Southern Cal and Bob Howe had a 73 and Bob McCallistcr a 77. Stanford, Rollins, Florida State and Oklahoma State also were among the team contenders. Swim Mark Falls TOWN'SVILLE, Australia, June 23 WV-Australia's Terry Gather-cole bettered his own world brcaststroke record by a half second in swimming 110 yards in 1:13.0 Monday. Back Joins Ottawa OTTAWA, June 23 HV-Thc Ottawa Rough Riders" of the Big Four Football union Monday signed Ernie Zampcse, 22, a halfback from Southern California. DEAN YORK . ..his 76 wins medal in Jaycee golf trials. 58 Boys Enter At Okmulgee OKMULGEE, June, '23-Fifty-eight boys, the second largest entry in the history of the tournament, have entered the Oklahoma Golf association's Junior meet to be held' here on the Town and Country club, course. Entry deadline is 1 p.m. Tuesday, when an 18-hole qualifying round will be shot. The boys will go into match play Wednesday with one round scheduled for the first day, two'for the second and the final round Friday. George Hixon of Oklahoma City, Doug Orr- of Okmulgee, Dick B i d d 1 e of Muskogee, Jimmy Johnston of Ardmore and Bob Dickson of McAlester arc the tourney favorites. Hixon had not entered late Monday but was expected to be here before Tuesday's deadline. Defending champion Robert Byan of Tulsa will play in the state Jaycee meet, at Ponca City, which is set for the same days. Johnston had. the lowest score during Monday's practice round with a one-under-par 71 and Orr came jn with a 75. City Drivers to Duel Tulsans in 10-Lapper Given an extra week to tune up thejr fast modified slockcars after rain washed but last week's races, more than 50 drivers will do battle in Taft stadium Friday nisht. A special event will be a 10-lap Tulsa-Oklahoma City race showing 20 of the stale's top drivers. Daredevils of the two cities long have feuded bitterly on the racetrack and the event should be one of the most thrilling ever seen here. 76 by Dean Yor k Tops Jaycee Trials By BOB HARTZELL TYEAN YORK came in with a , Mfive-over-par 76 at. Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club Monday to win medal honors in the city sectional qualifying for the state Jaycee Junior tournament. Billy Moore, Steve Hixon and Ronny Jones grabbed the other three qualifying spots at stake. Moore shot a 77 and Hixon and Jones 78s. The four qualifierswill be sponsored by the Oklahoma City Jaycees-in the state tourney at Ponca City Tuesday through Thursday. Capitol Hill's chapter was also eligible to send four golfers to the Ponca City tournament but did not sponsor any; so the second low foursome will also be allowed to plaji in thy state meet but will have to pay their own expenses. Tom Haney; Steve Dunlap, Jimmy Cook and Bill Burk; rounded out the top eight finishers. Haney and Dunlap had 78s but Haney took a seven on the first hole of the sudden death playoff with Jones, Hixon and Dunlap and Dunlap picked up a bogey five. Hixon sank a . four-foot putt to birdie the hole and Jones parred it to win the fourth qualifying spot. Cook shot a 79 and Burk an 81. The big appointment in Monday's elimination round was George Hixon; the state high-school champion of 1957. He went three strokes over par going out and was eight over on the homeward nine to finish with an 82, which placed him ninth. York one-putted from four feet, for a birdie on the par , 4 eighth hole biit bdgeyed . the third, fourth' and fifth holes' for a two-over par 37 on the front side. He overshot' the green on the par 3 third hole, took three" shots to reach the green on the fourth and needed two chip shots to get on No. 5. He bogeyed the 10th hole when, he sliced his first two shots and needed three to hit the green. His worst hole came on the 14th, where his third shot hit a sand trap. He then two-putted from 10 feet for a double bogey 6. Stat highschool champion Pete Hatchett, who attends Central highschool, wasn't among Monday's 14 golfers who toured the 18 holes of the country 'club course. He qualified for' the'.' state ' tournament at Walters; where he is employed this summer. Registration and practice rounds for the Ponca City tourney are Tuesday. Approximately 70. boys had entered the rncict by Monday night and more were expected Tuesday. The youngsters will play 18 holes of medal golf Wednesday and 18 more Thursday to decide the four who will win trophies and. a trip to the national Jaycee tournament at Tucson, Ariz., in August. 'All state action will be held on the Lakeside Municipal golf course in Ponca City and the boys will stay al Wcntz Camp there for two nights with eight meals furnished by various Ponca City clubs. Pinch Pitcher- by Pap' LA Pays Big Sum For USC Slugger LOS ANGELES, June 23 UV-The Dodgers Monday signed a sophomore outfielder from the University of Southern California sought by 14 major league clubs. They paid a bonus for Ron Fairly, saying only that it was the largest the club has ever paid for a California athlete. Earl Robinson of the University of California got a reported $60,-0O0 for signing with the Dodgers earlier this year. Fairly, slugging star of the NCAA champion Trojan team, hit .354 for the season and drove in 64 runs in 33 games. He handled 94 chances without an error in the outfield. He stands 5 feet 10 and weights 180. and will start immediately with Dcs Moines in the class A Western league. . Player Unions Talked in Canada TORONTO, June 23 un-Thc Toronto Star says Canadian football executives are concerned by attempts of players to form unions and that such attempts have been "beaten down" by three professional clubs. The newspaper says in a Winnipeg dispatch it has learned that the most recent attempt was made by players of the Montreal Alouettes of the Big Four. It says players or the Hamilton Tigcr-Cats of the Big Four and the Calgary Stampedors of the Western Interproyincial Football union also tried" to organize last year, "hut in each ease the club defeated the attempt by get-tftt ni tt fee tesutinin."' Casper Snares Title at Flint By One Stroke FLINT, Mich., June 23 (A Bill Casper jr. won the $52,000 .Flint Open golf tournament Monday in a dramatic clutch performance mat earned to the 18th green. . The hefty 26-year-old from Ap ple Valley, Calif,, calmly stroked in a 314 foot-putt the final stroke of the rain-delayed tournament and the blue chip showing earned him $9,000. first place money. Casper had a 72-hole score of 285, good enough -for a one-stroke Victory. He fired a one-under-par 71 over the, rain-clogged , Warwick Hills course at nearby Grand Blanc. Casper edged Ted Kroll of .Sarasota, Fla., the .third-round leader, and fast finishing Arnold Palmer, the Masters champion from Latrobe, Pa. Palmer Post 6 Kroll had a 75 and Palmer a 69 the best round of the day and they carried the battle down to the wire. The final day's play was 'delayed two hours by a downpour and the final threesome finished in near darkness' and chilling temperature. After going over par on the 17th hole, Casper knocked his second shot over the green at the 18th. Casper's ball came to rest 40 feet from the pin and about five feet off the edge of the green. Casper started to chip up, changed his mind and used a putter. The ball went 3',4 feet past the cup but Casper put it squarely in the center coming back. Bolt Tits for Fourth His four - day total was only three strokes better than par over the 7,280-yard layout, the longest on the pro circuit. . Tommy Bolt, ' crowned U. S. Open champion . last week, finished with, a 74 and tied Doug Ford for fourth place with 287. Boit led the Flint tournament the first two rounds before Kroll captured .the lead Sunday. Kroll tried gamely to tie Casper. Realizing lie needed a 20-foot birdie putt to do it, he went for the cup but the ball came to rest inches away.' Casper, winner of the Bing Crosby and New Orleans tournaments, never was' far off the pace in this, one of the richest tournaments in golf. The mild-mannered Californian trailed ' the first day by' one stroke, fell two strokes back at the halfway , point and . started Monday's round three strokes off the pace. Palmer and Kroll each won $3,800 for second place while Bolt and Ford won $2,450 apiece. Tulsans Land Spots in PGA TULSA, June 23 (UPI)-Jack Higgins, the host pro, and Tulsa Country club pro Johnny Palmer shot six-over-par 146's Monday at Tulsa's Meadowbrook Country club t( land the two Oklahoma berths in the 1958 National PGA golf Tourney. This year's national tournament will be played at the Llanerch golf club, Philadelphia, July 16-22. ' Fifteen pros from Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma vied for the two opening here. Jim Shelton, the young pro from McAlester, won the $100 prize money by turning in the best round of the day a four-over-par 144. Shelton wasn't eligible to enter the national tourney. Doug Smith of Tulsa's Southern Hills and Duffy Martin of Oklahoma City shot 150's and Wallace Palmer, an assistant pro at the Tulsa Country club, and Dean Adkison of Wichita, hah., came in with 152's. i Bold Ruler Assigned Record 138 Pounds NEW YORK, June 23. WW Wheatley stables' Bold Ruler Monday was assigned top weight of 138 pounds for Saturday's $25,000 added Roscben stakes at Belmont park. 1 This is the most weight any horse has ever been asked to carry in the event. Hodge's Eastern Fight Called Off BOSTON, June 23 on Dan Hodge, the Olympic wrestler turned boxer, had no opponent for Monday night's scheduled heavyweight match at Holyoke when the Massachusetts boxing commission said it could find no previous fight record for Drew Brown, his foe. As a result the card was cancelled: Hodge made his pro boxing debut June 10 at Scranton. Pa., where he quickly disposed of a man billed as Don Jackson in the first round. The man hilled as Don Jackson of New York identified himself as Norm Jackson of Youngstown. Ohio. The commission held up the loser' I purse. I ' The 26-year-old Hodge won all 1 17 amatcirr bouts as he pre- grossed to the national Golden Gloves championship before turn-I ing pro. He twice represented the United States in Olympic I wrestling. While competing for ! the University o( Oklahoma he I won the NCAA and AAU wrest-''Eitj Zk'xc. MacKay Wins With Blisters At Wimbledon WIMBLEON, England, June 23 WV-Barry MacKay, America's only heal hope for the Wimbledon men's singles title, played through to a first round victory Monday after tearing open a blister on his racket hand. The 6-4 youngster from Dayton, Ohio, defeated Enrique Martinez, Spain's No. 4 player, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2, 6-1. He experimented with his service and concentrated on learning to read the bounce of the ball off the grass in the first set. Most of the American contingent, including Budge Patty of Los Angeles, and Paris, the 1950 Wimbledon champ, marched through the opening round. Mike Green of Miami Beach, Fla., had to go five sets to make it and Gardnar' Mulloy, the veteran from Coral Gables, Fla., and Bob Perry of Los Angeles each went four sets to victory. Bill Quil- nan. oi ocaiue ana i-year-oia Earl Bucholz of St. Louis brushed back their opponents in straight sets. Among those to lose was Gil Shea, fourth-ranked American player from Los . Angeles who bowed to Ulf Schmidt of Sweden 1-6, 6-4, 6-2, 6-4. John Cranston of San Marino, Calif., also was beaten by India's Ramanathan Krishnan 6-3, 6-4, 1-6, 6-3 and Eugene Scott of St. James, N. Y., bowed to. Australian Paul Hearn-den 6-8, 6-0, 6-2, 6-3. Cooper's Leg Hurting Top-seeded Ashiey Cooper of Australia, limping a bit from a severely strained right thigh mus cle, dropped a set to flying of ficer Geoffrey Owen of her majesty's Royal Airforce before winning his match 10-8, 3-6, 6:4, 6-1. The Australian champion is un dergoing daily electrical treat ment for the injury. There were several semi-invalids in the field in addition to Cooper and MacKay. Jaroslay Drobny, the 1954 champ, was groaning from muscle pains; Maria Bueno, the 18-year-old Brazilian girl who is expected to give the New York's Althea Gibson, the defending champion, and Britain's Christine Truman a run for the women's title, has bur sitis in her; right shoulder. Foul but familiar English weather cut the opening crowd for the 72nd Wimbledon to only 17,291, the smallest in nearly 20 years. Twice play was interrupted by rain. High winds whipped the No. 2 court throughout the MacKay match. In Florida and California people would wear overcoats on a day like this and wonder what had gone wrong with the weather. MacKay Steadies MacKay, seeded eighth played the first set as though tennis was a new game to him. Once he learned the tricks of the grass, his service was working and the Spaniard was well beaten. "My hand is hurting," said MacKay. "But I have something to put on it every night and I think it will hold out." Patty used all his old familiar tactics the delicate stop volleys and the finely-angled ground strokes as he stroked his way past Arthur Kendall of Australia 6-3, 6-3, 6-4. Green, once regarded as Amer ica s bright young hope, scraped home against Way's A. Lazzarino 4-6, 6-2, 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 only because opponent tired and went to pieces in the last .two sets. Perry also had to struggle to get past Lew Gcrrard of New Zealand 6-4, 6-1, 3-6, 8-6. The match appeared certain to go to a fifth set when Perry was down 3-5 in the fourth but the California gritted his teeth and pulled out some fine passing shots to take the set. Mulloy Trims Latin ' Mulloy had no difficulty in dis posing of Andres flammcrsley of ; Chile 6-2, 6-2, 4-6, 6-3, using every shot in the book. At timels. the 44-year-old Mulloy- got leg weary but he had more craft and skill than Chilean. Buchholz swept past 'Carlos Fcrnandes of Brazil 6-4, 6-4, 6-3. Quillian elim- i inated Pete Nicholls of New Zealand 6-3, 6-4, 6-2. Drobny won . frantic applause from the crowd with a 2-6, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 victory over France's Robert Haillct. The self-exiled Czech who plays officially for Egypt but lives in London, seemed to be nursing the ankle he strained Saturday. He looked a beaten man after the third set but rallied to score probably the most popular vic-tory-of the day. Mai Anderson, the Australian who won the U. S. title last summer, ousted P. J. Lai of India in straight sets 6-4, 6-4, 7-5. Among the matches postponed until tomorrow was one betweeen Australian Mervyn Rose and Vladimir Skonecki, self-exiled Pole. 11 n CAR LOANS? Certainly.., St tho Folk al cyw iMmu imi nm t. TIIK DAII.V OjaAIIO.MA.N m ;14 TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1958 Wimbledon Scoreboard WIMBLEDON, England, June 23 to-Here are results of first-round play in men's singles at the All-England tennis champion- frcj'owcnalEfif'.-l Cf6 G6f" H?arAdi?H r My"0 Coral ' G.-ibicsrfa!; 4-fi 8.1 Hnmmcrslw. Chile, 6-2, 6-2, fitcnia Pictranseli. Italy, def. A. Jan co. stateless Hungarian. 10-8. 6-4. 10-a AUr'i--b dC!'' EdUar!l Bamanathan Krishnan, India. de(.. John 16 63 MartliO, Calif.. 6-3, 6-4. l'feiiM-'- Ba' too Howe, Australia, aej, K. W. T. Caw-thorn. Australia, 6-2, 64. s-2. cSrardf & Zan'ele. ndrar'Nai'a.A8.' ?'' " Budw Patty. Los ,-,!(..:. !!. Arthur Kendall. Australia. 6-3, 6.3. 6-4. wnson. amain, del. Wilhclm Ml, 6-3. 6-2, Germany. Britain. 6-1. 6-1 Nicholls. Braiii. def. G. D. Oak- dy. Australia, def. Billy am, J.j. 5". 13-15. 6-3. 12-10. Han.. Seattle. def. Peter w Zealand. 6-3. 6-4. .? rn-mJe5. Brazil. 6-4. 6-4. 6-3. pB ?,vLes- Britain, del. Antonio HiiK i;,,Smm2Vsty,'"n- def- Fran Hainka, Austria. 6-2. . 6-2.. 6-1. " rP'ISS" Molinari. France, def. . Garrido. Cuba, s-6, 6-3. 6.2, rien. def. Jean- Voorhees. Palm Beach. Fla.. s"s; H- Garrido. Cuba Mitp'.IeB.ri Bejnet. Britain. 6-3. Michael Sansster.' Britain. M, 46. lahpbai,n.U6.ri,?h6-l?Cir?arl- A' Ar"' Gu'S'l " f 1 .?Cl'6.Bri9!?ta'K.Scf' Mri L"' LM1 Anderson. Australia, def. P. J. P& nr?6A6ira,,!?f3.dl', rw B?$8;W"f& "" j5' Bi!": Injjnu'e Murtlnei.' Spain. 4-E. t-!."k-2. M. Henryetta Lineman Will Enrol at -OSU HENRYETTA. June 23-Travis Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hill of Henryetta and an all-Oklahoma guard in football last autumn, has accented Oklahoma State's athletic , scholarship offer enroled there for the autumn1 semester. Hill was in three sports In Henryetta highschool, playing basketball and running the 440 and relays in track. He was the inside linebacker from his guard position in football. The youth is a 6-fopt 190-pounder. Susce Hurls Detroit Past Orioles, 3-1 DETROIT. June 23 HV-Rleht- hnnder George Susce won his first game of the season Monday s me ueiroit Tigers beat the Baltimore Orioles, 3-1, with the help of Gail Harris' homerun. Susce, who started the season with the Boston Red Sox, sur rendered seven hits: One was Gus Triandos' 15th homer into the upper leftficld stands in the sixth. It was Susce's first com plete game since September 25, 1!)55, when he defeated the New York Yankees, 8-1. Catcher Red Wilson paced the Tigers' 10-hit attack with 'four singles. The Tigers scored single runs in the second, third and eighth in nings as they beat Baltimore for only the second time in eight games. Harris touched Oriole oser Arnold Portocarrero for a bases-empty homer in the second, his fouth of the season. ' Ossie Virgil and Harvey Kuenn singled with hone out in the third and Virgil scored on Al Kaline's sacrifice fly. In the eighth, the Tigers picked up their final run off reliefer Con-lie Johnson. Kaline tripled with one out and - scored on a passed ball by Triandos. Susce, making his fourth start for the Tigers, pitched out of . James in the first, fifth and ninth innings. Twice doubleplay grounders to shortstop Billy Martin saved him. Portocarrero lost his fifth game in nine decisions. ' BALTIMORE DETROIT Pilarcik rf' 4 0 1.0 viral'l"'f3nb,4 l" 1 0 Woodlms if 4 o o n Kucnn cf 4 n 1 o Marshall lb 3 o ft 0 Groth If 0 0 0 o Csllm.m ss i: n Irls lb 3 11 l 0-Bo.vd 1 0 0 0 Martin ss 3 0 2 0 man p 0 0 0 , 0 Susce p .10 0 0 a-Groimderl out for Portocarrero in Stk-.yb-Struck out for Harris in 8th. ; on turn oii-j . KT-Castle Martin. Baltimore 5. Detroit 9. 3b-Kallnc. HR-Triando, Harris. S-Susce, SF-Kaline. , ortocarrero (L, 4-5) J. 71 I 2 1 6 Pli- Sears OKs Contract With Knickerbockers NEW YORK, June 23 MV- Kermy Sears, the club's leading scorer last season, Monday signed with the New York Knick erbockers of the National Bas ketball association for 1958-59. It will be his fourth season with the team. The 6-9 former Santa Clara star scored 1,342 points for an 18.6 average in 72 games last winter to finish ninth among NBA players. He was second to Willie NauIIs for team retfounds with 735, and played more min utes than any other Knick, 2,685. Russian Wrestlers Capture World Cup BUDAPEST, June 23 (AT Rus sian wrestlers won four of the eight titles and the World Cup team prize in. the international freestyle wrestling meet at So fia, Bulgaria. Turkey captured three individ ual championships and Bulgaria one, in- the meet which ended Sunday night. Aussie Boxer Wins SYDNEY, Australia, June 23 M Russell Sands, Australia, outpointed Tommy Romulo, Philippines, in a 12-round bout at Sydney stadium Monday night. Whole 2-lb. Dlllcloul FRIED CHICKEN Sohro:TDl,kh'.,$l'60 BOULEVARD CAFETERIA HI 1 Clone Dr. H 4-0242 14" RETREADS $1444 ANY SIZE ANY TYPE NEW TIU TREAD RUBBER NEW TIRE TREAD DESI6N NEW TIRE TREAD WIDTH NEW TIRE TREAD DEPTH 300 S. Robinson CE 21191 5Hi ft Hi Hudson CE 2-5141 J

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