Col dwell Captures Jaycee Open By BOB GREEK •Sunday's annual Jaycee Summer Open at Jaycee Air- links here turned into a family affair. Eighteen-year-old Bernie rakhvell turned in a spectacular a-umler-par 61 for 18 holes to win the championship. It was just a stroke better than the performance of his 21-year-old brother Jerry, who took runner-up honors. A third Caldwell brother — 27-year-old Don — also pot into the trophy act by taking second in the B flight. Eighty-two linkslers competed, registering from is towns, j from Korty-five took part from Gar- i den City, six from Cimarron, five from Scott City, four each Stinchcomb. . . .champ in A flight Eves. .. .to>p$ in B flight Plain., and Dodge City, three from Div?hton, two each from C h a n u t e, Sublette, and Hardtner, and one each from Wakita, Okla., Mullinvllle, Norton, Lewis, S y r a c u s e, Lakin, Meade, Hutchinson, and Wichita. Temperatures were sultry, and high winds buffeted golfers. But the adverse playing conditions failed to stop youthful Caldwell, who matched the finest score ever recorded for a 9-hoIe round at the sand-greened layout. He I* employed by Smith Packing Co. here. He blazed a 7- under-par 28 for his first round, taking medalist honors. Brother Jerry came in with a 32 for runner-up honors in that category. W. C. (Butch) Schiffelbein of Garden City shot rounds of. 28 and 29 at Jaycee Airlinks on July 4, 1980, the previous record for a 9-hole round. Top score for a tournament round was a 30 by a Larned golfer several years ago. Bernie's second round was a two-under-par 33. Par for the course: 344 444 345-35 The champion's first-nine card: 233 333 335—28 His final nine: 243 354 345—33 Jerry Caldwell, an employe of Hurd's 66 Service Station, had rounds of 32 and 30 for his 62. His final 9-hole round shaved five strokes off par. Those two dominated the title flight — and none of the top three finishers has reached his 22nd birthday yet. Four strokes back of Jerry Caldwell came 19- year-old Neil Utz of Plains with I. He Is a Hutchinson Junior College student and had successive rounds of 33 — finishing four under par for the 18 holes. Last year's champion, Cecil Davis, finished fourth. He is a Garden City Junior College faculty menrber Tieing for fifth place were Russell Wade of Wichita (36-34) and tourney veteran Skeet Nicolet of (38-32). Both carded Junior Gals Slate Listed Scheduled for this week's local junior girls softbnll leagues have Iwcn announced by director Leo Eck. Space league play is for girls of ages 11-15. Tec-Ball League action Is for girls of ages » «nd 1. All junlo r glrl s Ramw from now on will be played on the two Flnnup Park diamonds: Pansier Field nnd Ohet Cleaver Field. Completion of lighting flt Fansler Field has made such schcd- ullng possible. All game s in botli leagues start promptly at 6:30 p.m. This week's schedule: TM-B*II League Tuesday — Antelopes vs. Badgers at Chet Cleaver Field, Thursday — Beavers vs. Sharks at Chct Cleaver Field. Spit* L«agu« Todny — Jets vs. Missiles at Chet Cleaver Field. Titans vs, Rockets nt Pansier Field. Wednesda-y — Jets vs. Orbits at Chet Cleaver Field. Rockets vs, Mlsslle s at Fanslcr Field. Friday — Orbits vs. Titans «t Chct cieaver Field. 16 Slow-Pitch Tilts This Week Telpgrnni Photo THESE WERE THE top fhree finishers in the championship flight of Sunday's annual Jaycee Summer Open here. From left are champion Bernie Caldwell, his brother Jerry, who won second place, and third-place winner Neil Utz of Plains. Bernie also won the day's medalist trophy. _____ Three Teams Tied Showdown Near In Gals League Cline best in C flight Women Share Golf Honors Iva Johnson and Katie Marshall tied for top honors in the A flight at Jaycee Airlinks here Tuesday during weekly ladies day. Play was on a handicap basis. Evelyn Wasson won the B flight, and Phyllis Holmes took top honor s in the C flight. Pairings for tomorrow's weekly 7:30 a.m. round of play: Flossie Taylor, Katie Marshall, and Iva Johnson. Velda Warden, Opal Lundgren, and Rhea Owen. Jerry Patterson, Eleanor McDonald, and Pam Keller. Odcl Rickman, Frances Cox, and Phyllis Holmes. Evelyn Wasson, Buelah Gooden, and Ellen Hatfield. Vera Wampler, Bonnie Talley, and Odelia Jones. Kansas City Chief's Defense to Be Better KANSAS CITY (AP) — Coach Hank Stram sa'ys his Kansas City Chiefs will be improved on tle- ense this season and this is bad news fo r the American Football League. The Chiefs led the league in defense last season. Stram was pleased with the work of his pass defenders in a workout Saturday night, which attracted a crowd of more than 3,000 paid at William Jewell College in nearby Liberty, Mo. Veterans Bobby Hunt and Dave Grayson and rookie Charlie Warn- Cimarron 7(1. Wayne Jacka of Cimarron took seventh in the championship flight with 36-36—72. Tieing for eighth were youn'g Gust Nelson (37-36) and Rex Ladner (36-37), both of Garden City, with 73. Crowned champion of the A flight was Keith Stinchcomb of Lakin, an employe of Colorado Interstate Gas. He shot 39-32—71. Plains entry Mike Ramage won second in that flight with 38-36— 74. Third went to R. H. Stinchcomb of Syracuse with 38-36—75. In the B flight, a sudden-death playoff was necessary to determine the championship after three Garden Gitians finished with 78. They were Larry Eves (411-47), Kenneth Butt (41-37), and Don Caldwell (40-38). They started their playoff on No. 2 hole, and all three parred it. Eves then won the flight with a birdie on No. 3 hole, while Caldwell and Butt had par 4. Caldwell then sank a birdie putt on the No. 4 hole to win second place, with Butt taking third place in the flight. Les Cline of Garden City, a Northern Natural- Gas Co. em- ploye, wa s C-flight winner. He carded 43-35—78. Second went to Galon Shull of Dighton with 4340—83, Garden City's Jerry Wade won third with 44.41—85, Fourteen-year-old Regan Van Pelt of Dighton was the D-flight champion with 46-42—88. Four others tied for second, necessitating a sudden-death playoff. All had 90. They were Dale Stormont of Wakita, Okla. (47-43-), Glenn Gifford of Meade (46-44), Bob Wilson of Garden City (4644). and Doyle Young of Garden City (47-43). Yount and Gifford were eliminated on the first extra hole, No. 2. Wilson then won second place in the flight by getting a par-4 on the No. 3 hole. Stormont shot a five to take third place. Several other awards were made, and all winners got new golf balls for prizes. Walt Weber of Garden City had the tee shot closest to the nine on the 94-yard No. 1 hole. Hi s shot stopped about four feet from the pin. Chuck Owens of Garden sank the longest putt on No, 7 hole, an 18 foot, 6 inch whopper. Longest drive on the 540-yard It's not over yet hi the eight- team race for Southwest Kansas League women's Softball honors. Only 13 games remain in the league's 56-game, double round- robin home-and-home slate — but the 18 are crucial ones which will decide the title. Until Friday night, Kismet's Komets appeared headed for the undisputed crown. But the Komets were upset by Garden City Telegram here, 12-8, in a thriller. It was Kismet's fourth start of the week against some of the SWKL's toughest teams. That upset left three teams tied for the top rung in the standings — tout Kismet still has the inside track. All three co-leaders still have three league games left. But Kismet's games are against the three clubs nearest the cellar: Lakin, Deerfield, and Cimarron. And two of the three are at Kismet. Coca-Cola and Sherman's Grill —both of Garden City —• are the other two front-runners. Each has a games rugged slate of three left. Coke plays fourth- Sherman's other defeat was by Coke, 12-10, Coca-Cola's two losses have both been by Kismet: 16-1 in five innings and 4-3 at Kistmet last week. Remaining SWKL schedule: Tonight — Telegram vs. Sherman and Cdke vs. Simith, both at Garden City. Deerfield at Lakin. Tuesday — Cimarron at Deerfield. Wednesday — Smith vs. Tele^ gram and Coke vs.. Sherman both at Garden City. Thursday — Lakin at Kismet Friday — Coke vs. Telegram and Sherman vs. Smith, both a Garden City. Kismet at Cimar ron. Mon., July 29 — Deerfield a Kismet. Lakin at Cimarron in double-header, one game a make up of postponed contest. Standings for league game only: 1-2-3. Kismet, Coca-Cola, ant Sherman's Grill, all 9-2; 4. Smitl Packers 6-5; 5. Telegram 4-7; 6-7 place Smith Packers, Sherman's, and the improving Telegram team. Sherman's plays Telegram, Smith, and Coke. Either Coca-Cola or Sherman's will probably be eliminated from title contention Wednesday night when they clash at Chet Cleaver Field. Both Smith Packers and Telegram could not have a major role in deciding which of the three co-leaders takes the banner. Smith faces Coke, Telegram, and Sherman's in remaining games. Telegram must still play Sherman, Smith, and Coke. Deerfield has three games left and Cimarron and Lakin each must play four more. Those three clubs will be trying to finish in the upper strata of the lower division among the eight clubs. All three, plus the Tele gram team, are composed of younger, less-experienced players. Kismet's other loss (in addition to the Telegram upset) was a 15-5 beating by Sherman's in just six frames. But the Komets avenged that by 7-4 at Kismet last week. Cimarron and Lakin, 8. Deerfield 2-9. each 2-8 Six Games Played Here Six practice men's slow-pitch ioftball games were played at Tansler Field here over the veekend. Four were on Saturday night — first game's here under the newly-installed lights. Hie other two were Sunday afternoon contests. On Saturda'y, St, James Lutheran Church defeated Century Refinery by 12-9; Welders Supply downed Church of the Nazarene by 17-6; Reed and Stinemetz Excavators edged Kunz Mobil Service by 8-7, and Gar nand Furniture blanked First Methodist Church by 30-0. Sunday game s saw Garnand score two more wins: 13-10 over Reed and Stinemctz, and 20-12 over Welders Supply. About 200-225 fans were o n hand for Saturday night's card of four games. sports slate TOllAY Three mcn'n IOARUO Blow-pitch noft- biill jramVm at Fixnntoj- Field, d«r- nnnd vs. Wclrtcm Supply nl 7:48 p.m. MctliotllBts VH. Plorcovllln at 8:45 p.m. Kuna vs. Century nt 9:45 p.m. Final* of Rtr.HiM Amorlenn IjBfflon junior liaecbttll tourney lit Clint LlKhl- nw Field. Do<lK« City vs. Oroonii- bui-K at 7 p.m. If Graenabufff win*, h sncond game will bfl necciiiary nt n p.m. to determine chnnvplonnhlp. Space IjOftRUB noftbaH for (fit-In of aifes 11-15. two names ttt (1:110 p.m. Jc.tn v«. MlflMles nt Chet Cleaver Flel.1. Titans vs. Rockets at Fannlor Minor LeaRUfl Knothole bn«oball g ame. « p.m. nt Alia Brown Field. lirlners va. Knight* of Columbus Urdu. No preliminary B- t«*m (tame. Bowling: Monday ,Mlx«d IjeaKU« at 8:30 p.m. Two-Man Scratch League nt 9 p.m. Both nt Garden Bowl, Southwest Knnima League women'* softbnll double-header at Chet Cleaver Field. Gnrd«n City TnVegram vs. ShermnTi's Grill at 7:RO p.m. Cocn-Cola vs. Smith Packer* at 9 Bob Cousy and Tom Heinsohn of the Boston Celtics played college basketball at Holy Cross and still make their home in Worcester, Mass. Three men'n lengue Blow-pitch softball iram'rit at Funnier Field. Reod- Stlncmetz vs. Naznrencs at 7:45 p.m. Oarnand VH. Plnrccvllle at 8:48 p.m. Co-op VH. Century at 9:45 p.m. ' Annunl Midget League baseball all- stnr game. IHIirht Innings, Blurting at 5 p.m. nt Clint Llffhtner Field. Gar- ftold All-Stars vs. Alln Brown All. Rlatvi, Then follows Minor Lcairu* Knothole douWe-header betwew Rotary nnrt Llnnn. B-toam Kama at 8 p.m., followed by A-tenm (fame. Tee-Ball LodKUe «oftbnll for plrls of nptes !) and 10. 0:30 p.m. nt Chet Cleaver Field Antelope* vs. Bndpcers. Golf: Weekly ladles day nt both .Tnycen Airlines (7:SO n.m.) and Garden City Country Club. Bowling: Fro« weekly howling Instructions. 7:30 p.m. nt Garden Bowl. Sixteen men's slow-pitch softball league games will be played under the brand-new lights at Fanslcr Field here this week — and they wll complete first- round action in the newly-formed local league. Because of ralnouts and similar postponements, not all of the 10 lea'gue members have played the same number of games. Kunz Mobil has only two first- round games left. Three other league members have four games each left. To speed up play this week and end the first round, those three clubs have been scheduled for doubleheader action. Admission will bo charged for ghtncs at Fanslcr Field from now on. Funds will be used to pay for umpires, softballs, and simitar expenses. Triple-headers will be played on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights. They will start at 7:45 P.M., 8:45 p.m., and 0:45 p.m. Friday night, four names will be played to wind up the first round of 45 loagito games. They will be at 7 p.m., 8, 9, and 10 p.m. Th« w««k'i *ch«dul«t Tonight 7:45 p.m. — Garnand vs. Welders Supply Co-op Claims Clean Slate Garden City Co-op continues undefeated In the local men's slow-pitch league with Kunz Mobil Serbice runnig a close second place. Th e 10-tcam league winds up first-round action this week. Indications now are that time will not allow a full second round to bo played before district play offs start. The second round probably will start next week, week, but will be stopped to allow for district action. Winner of the first round probably will automatically qualify as an entry to next month's fourtl €tar«tan C/Hy Monday, July 22, W3 8:48 p.m. Plcrcovlllo 9:45 p.m. Methodists vs. 7:45 Nazarcncs 8:45 p.m Piorcevlllo 9:45 p.m. Kunt vs. Century Tu«id»y p.m. Reed-Stlnemelz vs. Garnand vs. — Co-op vs. Century W«dntiday 7:45 p.m. — Welders Supply vs. Nazarcncs 8:45 p.m. — Welders Supply vs, Lutherans 0:45 p.m. — Lutherans v». Methodists thuriday 7:45 p.m. — Century vs. Welders Supply 8:45 p.m. Co-op vs. Lutherans 9:45 p.m — Rpcd-Stlncmetz vs. Plercovlllo Friday 7 p.m, — Co-op vs, Methodists 8 p.m. — Rood-Stlnometz vs. Methodists 9 p..m. — Kunz vs. Nnznrcnos 10 p.m. — Lutherans vs. Garnand Row/and Wins Wichita Meet Garden City rancher Wayne Rowland added another trapshooting honor to his long list of lnurel s Saturday. At Wichltn he won the class championship of the annual Groat Western Handicap trap shoot. Th 0 event was at Wichita Gun Club. His foat was a spectacular one, or he posted n perfect score, >rcaklng each of his .100 targets. It was the first such perfect score In the tournament. Jimmy Hall, 25, played with nine minor league teams since 1956 before he was brought up by the Minnesota Twins this spring. Additional Sports on Page 9 annual state men's slow-pitcl tourney here. Sixteen tcam s will compete in the state meet. One will be the Garden City league champ. district tourney will also be play ed here — and the winner of tha also qualifies as a state-meet en try. League standings heading into this week's final round of 16 first- round contests: Timm W Ti Garden City Co-op ...................... _ <| Mobil 8«rvlco ...................... „ 6 Wins Elks Saab ball Toiurmy EL DORADO, Kan. (AP) — Chanuto won the Southeast Dli- trlct Kansas Elks Baseball Tournament Sunday, defeating El Dorado Elks No. 2 13-7. In a consolation game, Galena- Baxter Springs boat Winfiekl 0-5, Chnmito and El Dorado will go to the state tournament at Manhattan Aug. 3 and 4. Oarn&nd Furniture ................... _ A Haed-StlneinotH ........................... .... S Weldom Supply ........................... __ i Century Roflnery .......................... _ a rieroevlll* ............... ™ ............ -.._...„ 3 Lutheran*) «_,,... ............. H ..... .. ...... «_ 1 Methodlgta ............... . ............................ 0 TotiiU ............................................ J» 20 THB FIDELITY STATE BANK No. 9 hol« was by Russell Wade e r made some s pectacular saves, j of Wichita. The shot covered Warner runs the 10-yard dash in 265 yards against a stiff wind. 9 6 seconds. Rookie Stone Johnson, Two local entries — Irish a former Olympic sprinter, won! Bruggeman and Merrill Sauvain the 40-yard sprint in 4.7. The 1 —carded the - • players wore full game uniforms, the 18 holes. 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