Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on September 3, 1963 · Page 5
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Garden City, Kansas
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Tuesday, September 3, 1963
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Satantan Wins La kin Tourney By BOB GREEK LAKIN — Veteran Satanta golf-! er Bill Haddican shot a 7-under-' par 168 here over the weekend to 1 take the championship of thei fourth annual Southwest Kansas with two others. Hamm and Gordon Crone of Lakin had posted identical 18-hole rounds in previous years. Haddican's morning 30 for nine holes was the best one-round Tflf TOP THREE finished in Lakin's big Labor Day sand greens tourney were (frorr ieft) runner-up Joyce Hamm, champion Bill Haddican, and third-place winner Bernie Caldwell. Shearmire's 224 Tops Keg Action Kay Shearmire of the Merrill Implement team rolled both high individual game of 224 and lop individual series of Mil at (!ar- den Howl here Monday night a.s the American LonKiip completed its second week of play. Santa Pe Motors had bolh best team game of i)40 and lop team series of 2,78(i, Results: Santa l'\. Motors blanked Knights of Columbus by 4-0, total pins 2.78G lo 2,010; H.L. Crist Ranch split 2-2 with Garden Hmvl, 2,49!) to 2,247; Hummer Hatlio-TV downed Men-ill sports slate TUESDAY S-i'iiiHl-iiiiiiitl Ju-tlciii n-sunii'a in MI IMCH'N Hlnn-pltcli suflball li'iiKii K«nsl<-r K|r|il with llir«r KIIMIW.I. (!iu- i Implement by 3-1, 2,002 to 2,572; Burtis Motors topped Southwest Carpet and Tile by 3-1, 2,667 to,' Hob Tucker of the Northern Natural Gas team rolled both high individual game of 208 and lop individual scries of 552 as the Sportsman League finished its first week of play. Optimist Purple had high team game of 915. Northern Natural Gas posted high team series of 2,722. Results: Whilelr.irst Skelly defeated Optimist I'lii-ple by 3-1, 2,f>8(> to 2,522; Lords downed Walters Motors by 4-0, 2,504 to 2,383; Eagles bested Airway Cleaners by 3-1, 2,571 to 2,547; Northern Natural Gas blanked Knoll Furniture by 4-0, 2,722 to 2,542; Ladd Machine Shop bested Chappel Construction by 4-0, 2,711 to 2,449; ADM lopped Moorman Feed by 4-0, 2,678 lo 2,561. Page 8 fiarilon City Telegram Tuesday, September 3, 1963 The Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League W. L. Pct.G.B. . 83 54 77 60 04 64 65 05 67 68 88 93 .603 — .562 .536 •533 .529 .526 .525 .500 .362 .321 10 10','a 11 11 14',i 33'/j 39 at p.m. St. (lanK'ii miti-lKht \V<-llliTS If . . Ht 7 :•!.'• p.m. ('hmrli uf Hi.- v«. Century Hct'ineiy at X:4, r i JHIMIV* Lullirni:i Chun-It v.< City Sul e Co. n( flMfi p.m. run win n.ron<l-n.iiml title hy (lefeittliiK Weldc'i-K. If win. Cianuiiii] tit-* fin- tllle. How-lint:: Alixeil I..'UKII.' kicks 1%.'l-lit McHM.ii at 7 p.m.- Scciiiul of National Lt-a^in 1 acllon at U p r.i Until IK (Jiini, -;i Howl. S'-ciniil n-Kiihir im-.-tin/; of the f.-n- .01111 r,.r h.ciil i.Uiiu-ierliack Cluh. Noon jit Wiirrcn lintel, ItfporlH l.y, i i..n-h. -.< o-| PI-OKI»- of I'Jiill foothall pnirtic.-H ^il.l priiHpri-tr; .hi.,, loothall.'i-fl »<tart pnu-Iiciii^; only «mv dn/lr us of toilac. J>rlll« Ktiirt a! i: ,:m p. m 1. 11 ri.-lil 'went ,.f It-Mi (;iini.«!e\ lijm an. I at IV-iiose Hlailiuin, I'ulilie u.l.-on.,' t,, \vmc|i Los Angeles . St. Louis --.. San Francisco 74 Milwaukee ... 73 Philadelphia . 73 Chicago 72 Cincinnati 74 Pittsburgh ... 68 Houston 50 New York 44 Monday's Results Los Angcle s 7-7 Houston 3-1 St. Louis 6-6, Pittsburgh 1-2 Chicago 7-6, San Francisco 5-0 New York 5-0, Cincinnati 31 Philadelphia 9, Milwaukee 4 Today's Gam's Cincinnati at New York Pittsburgh at St. Louis Chicago at San Francisco Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N) Houston at Los Angeles (N) Wednesday's Games Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N) Pittsburgh at Milwaukee (N) New York at St. Louis (N) Chicago al Los Angeles (N) 'Ilil-.-i- men',. Irii liall jj.-nni-s ill Ki .MelliDill.-l Cliui-eli v." ^•t' 1 ' »'" .'ii 7 , I.', p i I'.r.-iin of I'l.'i'. "\ ill. Illeti KM-.iVMtol.-. at Tourney Set At Cimarron , , , Houston at San Francisco CIMARRON - A fall golf tournament is scheduled here for Sunday, Sept. 22, and five flights' are scheduled to compete. \ New York Trophies will be given for first, ^hieago — second, and third place in each Minnesota flight. All flights play 18 holes. Golfers must lie registered by lo a.m. Greens are in excellent condition, and a lunch and supply American League W. L. Pet. G B. 1 year's champ, Glenn Bales of Elkhart. Bales finished with 165 for 45 holes last year. Hamm, 38-year-old insurance Sunday was 18-year-old Bernie Caldwell, an employe of Smith Packing Co. in Garden City. Open Sands Greens Golf Tourna-i score of the tourney. It was one mcnt. ! stroke off the course record of Forty-three linksters from 10'29, set by Hamm three years ago (.owns took part, shooting 18 holes ' and matched in 1961 by last Sunday snd 27 more Monday. Weather was ideal both days. Haddican, 45-year-old rural mail carrier out of the Haskell County community, used two fine' man, was the Sunday runner-up i early-Mrfiday rounds for his big : with 68 on two rounds of 34. Tops i win. On Sunday he carded rounds of 34 and 37 for an 18-hole total of 71. That put him in fifth place. Par for the 9-hole Loucks Muni- ] cipal. Park Course is 35. j Caldwell — who won the Jay- Monday, however, Haddican cee Summer Open in Garden came back to match the course : earlier — moved to Garden City record for is holes with his first i two years ago from Batesville, two round. 1 ). He carded 30, then > Arlc. He has been around golf 31. That moved him in front. He j links since age 6. slipped to a one-over-par 36 on his | Hamm won the first two meets here: in I960 and 1961. He was runner-up to Bales for the title last summer. This year he won early tourneys at Greensburg, Plains, and Meade. Haddican's victory was his first of the summer in a meet. He had taken third in the Guymon, Okla., tourney. Last year Haddican tied John Dickerson for third in the meet here, then lost in a 3-hole final round, but still finished two strokes ahead of runner-up Joyce Hamm of Plains. The 30-31- 61 on Haddican's first 18 holes Monday allowed him to share the 18-hole course recorc * * * Flight Results CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Bill Hadcllcnn of Satanta 71-61- IBS; 2. Joyce Hamm of Plains '-M — 170: 3. Bernie Caldwell of i.lvji City 67-71-33 — 171: 4-5-6. <.\1<- Inniati of Lakin 72-71-34 —177 •ordon Crone of Lakin 69-72-36 —177 nd Jfirry CalJwell of Garden City 0-71-37 -177; 7. (flcnti Bales of Elk- lart 74-70-34 — 178; 8. Hay NovltiB- i- of Plains 72-74-35 —181: !). Carl Bnntrup of Deerfield 72-71-40 —1830. Doan Hoppaa of Lakin 73-74-37 — 84: 11. John Hawk of Garden Citv 4-78-35 —187; 32. Mahlon Bradford f Liberal 76-75-38 —189. FIRST FI-IGHT t. Dick Haefele of Ulysses 76-72 — 48; 2-3. Dick Fisher of Liberal 77'2 —149 and Harold Reid of Liberal 9-70 —149; 4-5. Ralph Hutton of Lain 77-73 —150 and Pete Schiffelbein f Garden City 77-7.? —1BO; 6-7. Dr. :.L. Bourne of Garden City 76-75 — 51 and Laurence Colson of Deerfield 7-74 —151; 8. W.C. Dagsett of Gar- en.City 76-76 -r!52: 0. Harold Hetid- Ickson of Dodge City 78-75 —153; 10. JI-KO McDonald of Garden City 78—134; 11-12. Clyde Beymer of Lain 78-78 —156 and Cy Springfield of )odge City 80-76 —156: 13-14. Jack iice of Lakin 77-80—157 and Gene hort of Plains 77-80 —157; 15. Har- Id Stoner of Garden City 80-78 — 58; 16. Gerald Thorne of Garden SKCOND FLIGHT 1. Lloyd Stone of Clmnrron 81-73 — 154; 3. Charles Foster of Garden 'Ity 82-7« —168; 3-4. Roy Warren of lalns 81-80 —161 imd W.C. Gettler f Ulysses 82-79 —161; E. J.E. (Hap) Jnymer of Lakin 81-81 —162: 6. Bob lathewa of Garden City 83-81 —164; Lenmis Bostrom of Lakin 85-81— i6; 8-9. Jack Clark of Lakin 90-77 — 07 and Jack Knott of Plains 81-86 — 167: 10. Eddie Lynch of Lakin 844 — IBS; 11. Wes Hobbs of Ulysses 9-81 — 170; 12-13. Don Coulter of arden City 82-92 —174 and Don hnpherd of Ulysses 100-84 — 1S4- 4-15. Don Caldwell of Garden City 3-withdrew and Jerry Johnsoii of .akin 89-wlthdrew. 90 78 77 73 B7 (ifi 08' \ Ic. ''il> I'. nl |l -t: Huw I t,. m^lii V.iiik- an. I Iin-i M..wl.i.. Juiil"! 'il,.-!. l..,.ll t'ra.-i i. . al ;; J,"i j. n/, Mi.lnl Se i-iuii stand is on the grounds. Plenty of drinking ivate,. will !><> avail-; able around the course. Kntry •• fee is S3. Special :i<l-minute church services will be in town Unit morning at B.-.•)(). They will be at the Methodist Chureli. two blocks east of the stop light. 48 GO GO GG 71 70 74 78 7G 88 .052 .5B5 .562 .525 .486 .485 .479 .443 .441 3G2 12 mi 23 23 24 29 29 4(1 Ford Wins, Mantle Back (i - and :i 1. Boston dropped Haiti- moiv in a pair, -I ;i as Hil| .Mon- l)(>u(|iii'tti« won his uitli and :i-o on Ilk- live-hit |>m-hin}; of rookie Hob lief fner; Cleveland and Washington ItlaMed 1- homers in a >|iht. Ilic liuliaiis niinpmt; in the opener l.vli and ilu- Senators squeezing by in the second Bailie 8-7. Mantle out of action completely -I're' rJn'km'e nSe'" S HMII ,,i,t kme tiotbJe, had '"•'•» ll ''«"««' "> P>'^> By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS II was on!) LiilKir Day, IHII it luid .ill the looks of a World Series i in it--up fin- the Neu York VYIiiii-v Kind wi'iit M-w'ii uuiiii^s pill.-, Ill lasting In-, :'0||| Mi-|ii|-> and Mickey Mantle v\a.-, bai'k in thf Miil'till.; hut 1 up It huppi-iu'-tl in Detroit Moiida> as llu- Yankees hi-M onto their AjiK'ncan l.eayiie cushion ol an cu'li du/i'ii gamc> with a double header split against the Tigers Ford became a -Ogamc u inner for the M'l-ond time in lus K! season c.-irver in Die openei, taken by the Yanks 5-1. Mantle uas a MartiT for the lirst time >mci- June 5 in tin- second game, a L' 1 sijlleakei iMJll l)\ the Timers lie. hind li'it hamliT Hunk AL'uinv s neat pitclimg J C Martin's two run double in the lasl of the ninth inning ;;a\e Chicago's second plaee \Vhit,. S.ix an S-7 deciMo/i ovei Ixj.- .-\n-cle^ ,,j| lii)| Hurk-n's double, Dick Me and a liujbleheader spin against Aulit'le's bunt the An-('lv l,<is An.^i'le> npi'i-d mil 1.5 hits, m e;ipluriiiy Uie opener Baltimore Boston Detroit ... Cleveland Los Angeles .- 62 Kansas City . . (X) Washington 50 Monday's Results Cleveland 15-7. Washington 3-8 Hoslon 4-2, Baltimore 3-0 U)s Angeles 7.7, Chicago 5-8 New York 5-1, Detroit 4-2 Minnesota 6-3, Kansas City 2-1 Tod a y's G«me s Ballimo.-p at Boston New York at Detroit Kansas City at Minnesota Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games Los Angeles at Minnesota (\) Kansas City at Chicago (2, twi- ni.uhn Baltimore at Cleveland (N) Washington at New York Detroit at Boston (N) Schiffelbeins Win Tournament at Club I'ete and Donna Schiffelbein paired at (iarilen City Country Club Monday to win the annual Adam and K\e Labor Day event. They posted a 71 score, including handicap. Player Takes Cash Classic WAUKEGAN, 111. (AP) _ The ign read: "Gary's Gallery." Car- Ting it were six teen-age boys arbed in black—just like Gary 'layer. There was no "Arnie's Ar'my" r anv similar rooting faction for ack Nicklatis. The $50,000 Holiday Golf Classic as made up strictly of cheers or Player during the 36-hole ex- ihition at the par 35-35—70 Glen Flora Country Club. The compact South Africa star, striving to get back into the "Big Three" group with Palme r and Nicklaus afte r failing to win any big ones this season, didn't let the fans down. He Won by two strokes in the two-day "xtravaganza which drew a total of about 6,000 golfing bugs. The victo r v brought Player renewed prestige of a sort, and *20,. 000. He won with a 67-69—136 Nicklaus. the PGA and Masters champion, received $16,000 for shooting 68-70—138. Palmer. fh e Leading money-winne r settled for last with 67-74—141 and $14,000. Ralph Dupas to Defend Junior Title MILAN (AP)i — Ralph Dupas, world junior middleweight boxing champion, ended his training Monday night for Friday's title defense against Italian Sandro Mazzinghi. The New Orleans boxer put in a full morning of road work, then spent the afternoon and early evening in the ring at Vigorelli Velodrome, where the bout will be staged. Sheormire, Heitel Win Ulia Shearmire and Don Her- sudden-death playoff. Young Caldwell led Sunday with 67 on rounds of 45 and 33. But he slipped to 36 and 35 on his first two Monday rounds, then finished with a 33. That gave him 171: third behind Hamm. Crone and Kyle Ininan, .both of Lakin, h&d been among Sunday's pace-setters, each with 69. But they slipped Monday to finish in a three-way tie for fourth with Jerry Caldwell, Bernie's 21-year- old brother. All had 177. A sudden-death playoff for the fourth position ended on the 510- year, par-5, No. 1 hole. Inman shot a birdie 4 for fourth place. Crone took a 6 for fifth place, and Caldwell finished sixth with a 7. Bales, last year's champ, had three good rounds Monday, but could not overcome a 74 he carded Sunday. He finished in seventh place. Entering the final nine holes of play, Haddican led Hamm by five Around the Turn Telegram Pliote Zooming around the west turn go some of the motorcycles entered in Sunday afternoon's 50-mile race for lightweight machines. The photo was taken soon after the race started. Neil Keen ,of Pasadena, Calif., won the 50-mile race. In the 100-mile Grand Prix for heavyweight motorcycles that followed, the winner was Harold Shiflet of Kansas City. A crowd estimated at 3,000. watched the Sunday drags and road races here. It was part of the annual National Motorcycle Rally, held each year at Dodge City. Rankings Don't Bother Devine AMES, Iowa (AP)—Some of the sever e pressure of high 1962 rankings has been lifted from coaches Dan Devine at Missouri and Clay Stapleton at Iowa State, but don't sell their teams short. Devine—whose team was rated No. 1 in Big Eight football before the 1962 season—insisted Monday "we don't care where we're ranked. "We, the coaches, want to do the best job we can. Down deep, We feel we have a chance to win every game, should quit." Devine warned lack s experience, If we didn't, We that his club with only 16 lettermen, but strokes (132-137). Caldwell was a i impression he he left a is proud strong of his stroke behind at 138. Haddican went one over par (36) on his final nine and Hamm and Caldwell were both two under at 33. But Haddican's big lead was too much to overcome. Hamm shot 35 and 34 on his first two Monday rounds. The championship flight took in the top 12 golfers. Lower two flights played just 18 holes each. In the first flight, Ulysses construction contractor Dick Haefele was champion with 76-72—148. Sixteen linksters were in that flight. Dick Fisher and Harold Reid, both of Libe'ral, tied for second at the end of regulation play with 149 each. But Fisher defeated Reid, a dentist, on the No. 1 hole in a sudden-death playoff. Pete Schiffelbein of Garden -ity and Ralph Hutton of Lakin tied for fourth place, each card- 'ng 150. They decided against a playoff and split the prizes. Cimarron teacher Lloyd Stone won the championship of the second flight, beating out 14 other entries. He carded 81-73 — 154. Second went to Garden City's Charles Foster with 158. A sudden-death playoff was necessary for third place after Roy j Warren of Plains and W.C. Gettier of Ulysses each finished with 161. Warren won on the first extra hole. Tourney director was Carl Bcntrup of Deerfield. Thirteen golfers competed from Garden City, 11 from Lakin, five from Plains, and four from Ulysses. Three came from Liberal, two each from Deerfield and Dodge City, and one each from Satanta, Elkhart, and Cimarron. squad. Stapleton said he felt before last season his team could win six games and might upset one of the Big Eight's top four. The Cyclones were 5-5 but nvissecl an upset of Oregon State in the last 27 seconds. "Our problem this fall is to make our boys mentally tough, to make them believe they can play an aggressive defense," Stapleton said. "If we can do this, our team will have at least a 50-50 chance to defeat six people on our schedule. We will Toe overmatched against four people. I see only a remote chance against Oklahoma, Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri." Missouri and Iowa State were the first two stops Monday on the first Big Eight skywriters tour, which moves to Nebraska Tuesday. Missouri's line was impressive in its size and speed. It will gain experience in a hurry in the first two games with powerful Northwestern and Arkansas, and by November could rank with the league's, best. Tackle Dave Gill and end John Sevcik are the only holdover starters. The team's No. 1 quarterback, Gary Lane, pla'yed no freshman football because of illness, and was redshirted last year. He is green, but a fast runner, good passer, and has the confidence of the coaches and players- Paul Underbill, 214. is at right half to make room for Gus Otto, 217, at fullback. Vince Turner and a swift rookie, Monroe Phelps will help fill the void left by suspended halfback Johnny Roland. At Iowa State, Stapleton has a thin squad of 42 but isn't con- '" 1>ai " and tel turned "at" Margaret Masoner with 74. Two Sunday night to win the weekly - m i» ™,,,- ,«„ „ X^£ .T^^TSMsK-bSS^ sh ° l Monday's second game Mamie's loss hadn't been felt li\ the Yanks - except pcr.'iaps at (he gate-—!>n| they'd feel a lot safer wit.i the swicli -liiiiini; shiver in prime .-liape lor Hi,' World Series. Mantle rapped luo singles a.-;aiii-.i .V-uiHe, iiho .siiflt-d M-I eial threats in turning in an eixhl- tnitiT. The Timers inercanu- a 1 0 deficit «iiii their two runs in the third miiiin: atuiin-t Stan Williams Mayo Del and Louise Gond- Second place went to Leona ,:.. . , , and Dale Uickenson witli a 1,243 i flirty couples played in the score. Nine couples took ovi '" t - Sunday. part ilnuicAOt;i |.nl on anolher l«j',\ei show anil climbed to within one- half game of Hit- White So.\ by kiwckinij off Kaiisai City twice, ingle, a sacrifice fl> by Al Kaline anil Hocky I'ola- Mto's single. Joe l-'opitoiio'.s ihree iv.m liomer against Fi-ank l.ary in Llit- filth mning of the opener broke a 2-2 lie and powered Ford to his 20th victory. AT AUCTION Thursday, Sept. 5th at 2 p.m 6 ROOM HOUSE To 8« Moved by Oct. 1st Located at 602 N. 7th, Garden City, Ks. TERMS—CASH Earl Barton - Auctioneer elected by more families Confidence born of experience Experience born of tradition Tradition rich in service ... (II unhurried, end with deepest understanding. 620 N. Main Ambulance Service ome Ph. BR 6-4364 corned because "you don't win with third and fourth-stringers. "We want a tough defense, so we've been running a tough practice. The fact some players have quit indicates we're succeeding." Stapleton's switch from the winged-T to the slot-T will create a diversified offense. H e said the Cyclones v#ll install a belly series to take advantage of the running of two outstanding fullbacks, Tom Vaughn and Mike Cox. Ofczie Clay and Dave Hoover both are fast runners and good passers at tailback. Alum Game Plans Set Forme'' football players wishing to compete in th c annual Juco- Alumni game here should contact Don Talley, Fred Chaffin, or Kenny Wicks. Talley and Chaffin will coach the Alum squad. The game is set fo r Saturday night and will kick off the 1963 Garden City Juco football slate. Alumni pla'yers will check out equipment at Ben Grimsley Gym Friday night. Women Bowlers to Meet All those interested in playing in the Housewives Bowling League are urged lo attend a meeting tonight at the Garden Bowl. It will start at 8 p.m. .,. NOW SHOWING THROUGH THURSDAY 1st HIT—Uproarious . sophisticated comedy CARY GBANT DOKS ' GIGY01G-AUDWMEADOWS CO-HIT— Where should a girl stop in Rome? TECHNICOLOR' FSCJWIO e.WARNER BROS Boxoffice Opens 7:00 Show Starrs 7:40 put a fence in front of these men...and they'll climb it... put a wall in front of them ...and they'll tunnel under it... imijmm-i JDM JlUBbtV * . ^"V,^ ,,J..*V^..-i,_ put a risk in front of them...and they'll take it... put a great adventure on the screen and you will never forget it! STEVE MCQUEEN / JAMES GARNER / RICHARD ATTENBOROUGH °JAlES DONALD / CHARLES BRONSON / DONALD PLEASENCE / JAMES COBURN ..-.COLORUmE PANAVISION'---,^. JiMtiOAvaUKfi EimttTl STARTS __ WEDNESDAY! E Feature Starts 7:15 p.m. Come as late as 9:00 p.m. . . . s-a complete show HURRY! ENDS TONIGHT

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