Johnson City Press from Johnson City, Tennessee on September 13, 1965 · 7
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Johnson City Press from Johnson City, Tennessee · 7

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Monday, September 13, 1965
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I Beckner wins local tourney Jim Beckner captured a 1-up victory on the 20th hole over Dr Gilbert A Rannick yesterday to win the championship in the men’s tournament at the Johnson City Country Club Beckner a former standout golfer at Science Hill is a sophomore this year at Hampden-Sydney College After the third hole the match was all even Beckner having birdied No 2 and Rannick winning No 3 with a birdie Rannick went on to take a one-up victory after nine holes by virtue of a birdie win nn No 7 and tying Beckner on eight and nine Beckner took a stroke lead by winning No 14 but Rannick tied the score by parringNo 17 Both bogied No IS Both players shot 74s over the 18 holes Winners in the other flights were: Championship consolation Joe Cox over Paul Sechrest 4-2 First flight Ed Montgomery over Dan Mayes 1-up 19th fust flight consolation Pat Pa-duch over Joe Price 3-2 Second flight Bob Wolfe over John Erwin 3-2 Second flight Vernon Garrison over Roger Humphreys 3-1 Third flight Coo-lidge Johnson over Steve Fox 1-up Third flight consolation Jess Paduch over Jack Morris 5-4 Fourth flight Dale Samier v e r Horace Brumit 1-up Flourth flight consolationr Jerry Smith over Tolbert Kitts 3-2 Fifth flight Norman Thomas over Tommy Montgomery Fifth flight consolation Sam Harding over C P Wofford Sixth flight Randolph Anderson over Sam Miller 2-1 Sixth flight con-soniation Fred Lockett over Gary Williams 3-2 Seventh Seward 1-up Seventh flight consolation Lee Whitson over Jack Chinouth Eighth flight Wayne Andersoirover-Bill SwoyerH-up 19th Eighth flight consolation Jim Cloyd over Sidky-Afifi Ninth flight Bruce Kidd over Ben Garrison 2-1 Ninth flight consolation Frank Knisley over George Brandt Jr 2-up Tenth flight Kelver Willis over Wilbur Kennedy ' 1-up" 22nd Tenth flight consolation Jess McKinney over Norman Tor-bett 3-2 Eleventh flight Owen Mannover "Crispin “Ashworth 1-up 19th Eleventh flight consolation Bob Wise over A1 Mueller 1-up 22nd JIM BECKNER Wins Tourney JOHNSON CITY TTNN PRESS-CHRON1CU "7 MONPAYLIYlNINGSirriMJ8 1965 I Swimmer breaks 200-meter record GRONINGEN The Netherlands (UPI)— Galina Prozumen-schikova member of a Soviet swimming team touring in The Netherlands Sunday broke her own women’s world record for the 200-meter breast stroke with a time of two minutes 453 seconds Galina had set the previous record on May 17 of last year when she clocked 2:454 at Berlin " Ada Kok chalked up the second new world record of the day when the Dutch lass locked 2:258 in the women’s 200-meter butterfly On August 21 at Leyden Holland Ada had set tha old mark of 2:258 LOANS UP TO 3000 ON SIGNATURI FURNITURE v AUTO REAL ESTATE EQUIPMENT No ombarrotttaf fovMtifotioM Quick Friendly Sarrio Toe toy oven ooply by HIGH INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS REDUCED f BACK-TO-SCHOOL EXPENSES CLOTHES- TUITION BOOKS - SUPPLIES OLD BILLS - REPAIRS MEDICAL EXPENSES FOR ANY WORTHY PURPOSEI BUC COACHES AWAIT SATURDAY'S OPENER East Tennessee State University-football-coaches await Saturday night’s Ohio Valley Conference opener with Murray State College at University — (Staff 'PiNial Field Left to right: Jerry Robertson Pete Wilson Q’Rmn Jiv Walker Hpad Coach Star Wood Hal Morrison Pete Hunt and Roy Frazier International loop playoff Maple Leafs can clinch championship tonight —A pair of meadow mice may have as many as 2 litters a year with an average of five to each litter (ADVERTISEMENT) Asthma Formula Opens Locked Bronchial Ttihes SoAir Gets-In and Out Freely Again Choking Attacks Formula Doctors Prescribe Most Stops - nw Trk HY There’s a bright new outlook on life for asthmatics Medical tests proved this modern formula actually ends attacks and restores normal breathing in mm- ntes Prompt use helps prevent severe attacks from starting This formula is so effective doctors prescribe it more than any ether Yet it’s so safe taken as directed it can be sold withont pre- Restores “Free Breathing” InMinutes scription in most states Just ask for Primatene® Tablets Primatene promptly opens np locked bronchial tubes and keeps ihem open Trapped air 4s released You can breathe in and out freely again It loosens phlegm Calms panic Brings you back to normal ast So look forward to hoars of freedom from asthma spasms Always carry Primatene with you COLUMBUS (UPI)— The Toronto- Maple 'Leafs can clinch the International Leaguecham-pionship tonight while the Columbus Jets will be attempting to avoid the embarrassment of four consecutive losses without scoring a run The Maple Leafs blanked the Jets 1-0 Sunday at Toronto to take a commanding 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven series for the title The loss was the Jets’ third straight shutout against Toronto pitching and marked Toronto’s seventh playoff triumph in a row -Jack Lamabe hurled the first-game shutout Gerry Herron the second and Bill Rohr pitched Sunday’s four-hit route-g o i n g masterpiece The Maple Leafs haven’t used a relief pitcher in the finals The Jets who finished first during the campaign received sharp hurling from Bob Blass Blass gave up only two hits and matched scoreless innings with Rohr until Toronto third during the season tallied the decisive run in the bottom of the ninth GridstaiHlings-76eraLrookies NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Final Exhibition Stondinn Eastern Division W L T Pel Cleveland AT® 800 0 500 Washington Dalles Philadelphia St Louis New York Pittsburgh £££ The Standings Final Series best-of-seven wL Toronto 3 0 Columbus 0 3 Yesterday's Results Toronto— k-olumbus 0 Laver upset by Roseivall Western Division W L Baltimore 5 0 Minnesota - 5 0 Green Bay 4 1 Los Angeles 3 2 San Francisco 2 2 Chicago 2 3 Detroit 1 4 AFL STANDINGS Eastern Division W L Buffalo -— — 1 — & - Houston 1 0 New York 0 1 Boston 0 ! WestenTDivIslon W L San Diego 1 0 Oakland 1 0 Denver b 1 Cl IT 0 1 Pet -1 000 000 400 - 333 250 200 000 Pet 1 000 1 ooo 800 600 —100 400 200 Pet -1 000 1 000 000 000 to report today MARGATE NJ (UPI)-The Philadelphia 76ers’ crop of rookies was to report at the club’s training site here today to prepare for the start of the 16-game exhibition schedule on Sept 24 against New York Ten veterans from last year’s National Basketball Association campaign" will report Thursday CELEBRATING 20th ANNIVERSARY Loan® mad® In oil neorby town TIME SALES FINANCING — DEALER contracts Private Sal Of Autemobilas Financed — TWO CONVENIENT OFFICES -Johnton City — 336 E Main St ' Dial 926-0106 Elixabathten — 602 i Elk Av Dial 543-3171 OPEN FRIDAYS 711 7:00 PM T 0 a Kansas City' 0 l CONTINENTAL STANDINGS Eastern Division W L T Philadelphia 5 0 0 Toronto 4 1 0 Newark 2 3 0 j Pet 1 000 1 000 000 Norfolk Wheeling Charleston Ft Wayna Richmond Hartford Providence fEmdS’SHaiM PARIS (UPI)— Ken'Rosewall bF“Au8tralia"lipset"'top-seeded' countryman Rod Laver 6-3 6-2 64 in the final of the French Professional-Tennis Championships at the Coubertin Stadium Sunday Earl Buchholz St Louis beat Aussie Mai Anderson 6-2 2-6 6-2 in a third - place match scheduled for only three ets - Bowling — 'TWILIGHT "LEAGUE Sanders Shasco's Springers Refreshers -Royals Jeeps Gobblers Savers Pets High Team Series— Sanders— 2M7 High Taam Games — Sanders — 9X3 High Individual Series— Jack Nanca— 80® High iBdlvldu®! 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