Johnson City Press from Johnson City, Tennessee on March 26, 1967 · 24
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Johnson City Press from Johnson City, Tennessee · 24

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Sunday, March 26, 1967
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"T“T" "'f r V J r-r r 7 " 1967 Schedule A BMEFIBID JunC July COVINOTON July Aug Juna July Aug Aug JOHNSON CITY June July Aug Aug MARION Junt July July Aug SAIZM t i' June July July Atig WYTHEVILU U S ice hockey team held to VIENNA (UPI) —The tired Injury-riddled US team was held to a scoreless tie by winless East Germany Saturday in the World Ice Hockey Championships Obviously feeling the strain of four tough games and under manned because of a rash 24 JOHNSON CITY TENN PRESS-CHRONICLE SUNDAY MARCH 26 1967 Fop PRESCRIPTIONS Fop Prompt Friendly Courteous Service Call 926-0121 HOSPITAL Tour Complete Drug REGISTERED Reeves KinkeadO Clay Marrs L A Hamilton FREE Delivery Drive-In Pick-Up Window Paved Parking 6 No Waiting Charge Accounts MR FARMER Frank Sanders is happy welcome MR JOHNNY MITCHELL to Sanders Equipment Co Johnny is well known to the farmers and invites all his customers and At BLUER IELD At COVINGTON July 2 July 9!-10 Aug 8-9 r Aug 14-15 1967 25 ‘5-6 APPALACHIAN 29-30 28-29 Aug Aug 24 17-18 6-7 12-13 June 27 July 11-12 July 25-26 Aug r 24-25- 30 11-12 4-5 16-17 June 26 July 3-4 July 23-24 Aug 20-2l 28 15-16 31-Augjl 22-23 June 23 July 17-18 Aug 6-7 Aug 18-19 29 3-4 ’ 23 -24 30-31 July 1 July ‘31-Augl Aug 10-11 Aug 26-27 scoreless injuries the US sex tet could not mount-an offensive ’attack against- the Germans -In - fact the Americans had to call on forward John Cuniff of Boston Mass ’ for duty despite a dislocated shoulder Coach Murray Williamson of of Minneapolis Minn indicated he PHARMACY Store" — 602 N Roan PHARMACISTS friends to visit him League At JOHNSON CITY At MARION Junec23 July 13-14 July 27-28 Aug 18-19 June 27 July 7-8 July 25-26 Aug 24-25 4 June June 30 July 7-8 29 July 21-22 4-5 16-17 Aug 2-3 Aug 30-31 June 28 July 15-16 July 31 Aug 1 Aug -26-27 — LEAGUE July 1 July 19-20 Aug 10-11 Aug 22-23 BASEBALL June 29 July 21-22 Aug 2-3 Aug 30-31 July 2 July 9-10 Aug 8-9 Aug 14-15 June 25 July 5-6 July 29-30 Aug 28-29: June 23 July 17-18 Aug6-7 Aug 18-19 tie would have trouble getting complete - squad together - for Sunday’s clash with Finland which was held to a 2-2 draw by West Germany Saturday Downhearted Yanks Russia! meanwhile rolled along with a 9-1 conquest over Sweden The Russians’ fifth consecutive win kept them on top of the standings The Americans who started the tournament handing favored Sweden a 4-3 beating and followed through with never-say-die battles against Canada and Russia were a downhearted and luckless bunch Saturday The East Germans who lost all their four previous games here had no trouble to contain the attacking Yanks Three players suffered fresh injuries during the contest Like A Hospital “This looks more like a hospital than a hockey club” said Williamson looking out over the American dressing room after the game “But we hope to beat the Finns and the West Germans if we just get our game going again” he said schedule At SAIZM At WYTHEVILIZ July 1 July 19-20 Aug 10-11 Aug 26-27 June 26 July 21-22 Aug 2-3 Aug 20-2 June 24 July 13-14 June 28 July 15-16 July 27-28 Aug 12-13 July 19-20 Aug 22-23 June 26 July 3-4 — July 23-24 Aug j- 20-2l ’ July 2 July 910 Aug8-9 Aug 14-15 June 25 July 5-6 July 29-30 Aug 28-29 June 24 July 13-14 July 27-28 Aug 12-13 June 27 July 7-8 July 25-26 Aug 24-25 SCHEDUIE 30 - July 11-12 Aug 4-5 Aug 16-17 Sunday Sig Eps are national champions — HUNTINGDON W Va -East Tennessee State University has a national champion this year! The Sigma Phi Epsilon (Sig Ep) Fraternity from ETSU swept through the-National Sig Ep tournament here downing the University of Miami 69-67 in the championship final game After an early-round bye the Buccaneer Sig Eps came from behind on the dead-eye shooting of Walker (Cooter) Locke Bob Thomas and Steve Lytton to maul host Marshall University 5242 The State boys had trailed 24-23 at halftime In the finals the Miami Hurricanes Sig Eps led by 6-foot-7 center John Robbins with 28 points almost upended the Bucs But with Locke and Earl Worthington hitting the boards with regularity and with Wayne Miller and 1‘Bunt” Harris tearing up the Miami zone with their outside shooting the ETSU lads squeIied out a 69-67 win for the national title Eeit Tennessee — 12 Thomas 10 Lytton 4 Locke 12 Miller 11 Harris 8 Worthington 7 Marshall — 42 Chylak 4 Browne 9 Vuyosevich 6 Wyzynski 3 Morris 3 Napolitano 10 Ellsworth VCohsfanfifildes L — ? East Tennessee — 9 Thomas 12 Lytton 10 Locke ”)5 Miller 14 Harris 10 Worthington 8 - Miami — 47 -Wilhson 11 Fortner 5 Robbins 28 Maniatis 4 Pomphrey 4 Mastrangelo Babenko 3 Hamm 2 Psihigios 2 ET tourney The East Tennessee Championship basketball tournament gets underway at t h e Recreation Center gymnasium April 3 and runs through April 13 All area teams are invited to women- The following will receive trophies: firsts second and third place teams the outstanding player the player with the most pointsmthetournament and the first and second place All - Tournament teams All 82 under par Brewer leads PENSACOLA Fla (UPI) -Defending champion Gay Brew er continuing his thunderous birdie barrage for the third straight round- in the $75000 Pensacola Open Golf Tour nament shot a record 11-under-par 61 Saturday to go 25 under par for 54 holes and take runaway nine-stroke lead Just about everybody else burned up the short dry Pensacola Country Club course —but they lost ground fast to the blistering pace set by Brewer playing at the scene of his only 1966 victory Brewer’s 61 was two strokes lower than the previous tour low this year and a new record for this tournament His 191 total was nine strokes lower than the "previous three-round low this year and only two strokes higher than the all-time record — : - : PGA records showed Brewer held the widest margin under par of any third round leader in tournament play Chandler Harper set a 54-hole record of 189 at San Antonio Tex in the 1954 Texas Open but that was in the last three rounds rather than the first three and the tournament was played on a par 71 course “I’m a little bit on edge” Brewer said after his record round' “Sure IJiave a nine stroke lead but it’s so easy at this stage to- let down I’m likely to get a 70 ‘Sunday and someone else will shoot a 61 and catch me” Brewer said he does not plan to play safe in the final round “I always go for it I’m that type of golfer It has gotten me into hot water sometimes but in the long run it’s paid off” ? Brewer said he - hasn’t been PENSACOLA FI (UPI) -Third-round scores in the Pensacola Open Golf Tournament: Gjv Brewer Phil Rodaerr Ken Still Homro Blancat Chuck Courtney Gardner Dickinson Jr George-Archer — 44-44-41—191 47-44-47 — 200 47-44-47—200 45-47-49 — 201 47-70-44—201 48-48-47—202 -48-70-45—203 44-44-71—203 73-45-45—203 45-72-44-203 48-48-47—203 70-45-49—204 48-45-71 — 204 7044-48-204 44-71-47—204 44-7148-205 49-4848-205 7148-44—205 49-71-45-205 45-72-48-205 48-44-71-205 714' ‘4—204 49-6 '-206 71-70-65-204 48-7244—204 48-7848-204 6747-72-204 6B-71-68— 207 7245-70-207 7249-66-207 704869-207 7247-48-207 7247-49—208 4949-70-208 a-Ron Cerrudo Tommy Jacobs Bob Keller Mike Souchak Rex Baxter Bobby N ichols Dan Sikes — RH Sikes Jim Colbert Johnny Pott Chi Chi Rodriguez Doug Sanders Tom Weiskopf Wayne Yates Julius Boros Bill Martindale Kel Nagle Gary Player Hugh Royer Jim Wiechers a-Dean Beman Dave Marad a-Bob Murphy Jack Rule Jr Bob Verwey Miller Bart ler Frank Boynton Lou Graham — — Mark Hopkins Don January Jerry-Mowlds Larry Mowry John Schlee 7t-6869l208 787868—208 - 71-6849 — 208 72-69-67-208 7871-67—208 67-70-71-208 71-7848—209 6949-71—209 7049-70-209 7048-71—209 72-69-48-209 69-4872-209 72-67-70-209 71-7848-209 487348-209 787849—209 7344-71—210 44-74-78-210 69-69-72—210 67-72-71—210 7149-78-210 7247-71—210 72-69-69—210 787149—210 4870-72—210 71-69-70-210 71-7849—210 787149—210 4872-70-210 Dave Thomas Frank Beard Bill Collins — Roger Ginsberg Freddie Haar Paul Harney Lebron Harrls-Jav Hebert John Lotz Bobby Mitchell -Mason Rudolph Peter Alliss Paul Bondeson Peter Butler Joe Carr Bob Galda Ed Griffiths Lionel- Hebert Allen Henning Babe Hiskey Jack Nicklaus Charles Sifford Bert Weaver Kermit Zarley begins soon Players must have played for their respective teams during the regular season to be eligible No pick - up players or varsity high school or college players of the current season will be eligible for play Entrance fees must be paid April 1 at 1 pm: at the drawing time No entrance fee can be accepted after this time There are no navigable rivers in Wyoming trying to make up for last year’s tournament in which he “backed in” when Sanders was ousted “I really haven’t thought a great deal about that It was an unfortunate incident and there were some things said that could just as well have been left unsaid “I’m just going to go ahead and play my game and if it’s anything like it’s been these past three days I guess I really don’t have anything to worry about” All Under Par All 82 golfers playing in the final two rounds were under par at the start of Saturday’s play and ended up the same way Phil Rodgers and Ken Still were both 16 under par — Big 7 champs Indians house five By HENRY JENKINS KINGSPORT - Johnny Whited’s defending Big 7 Conference baseball' championship club houses five starters including the league’s leading hitter second baseman Rick Slaughter The Indians raced to the conference championshim last season by chalking up a perfect 9-0 slate They wound up season play with a 17-2 worksheet winning the District 4 title and winding up as runnerup in the regional Besides Slaughter a senior righthander all the way Whited returns Pitcher-infielder Larry Kiser who-hit -242 and wound up-witha -5-1— mound-record Shortstop Steve Parker who produced a seasonal 316 mark Pitcher Mike Steele with a 2-0 record and Catcher Mike Roberts who had a 385 batting average Slaughter led the league with a 442 mark Richard McClothlin a reserve last-season-who - hit— 333— is slated to start in center field where the Indians lost a regular and Larry Fleming a left-handed-hitting senior wiH open in right field Other newcomer starters will be Third baseman Carl Cox who saw brief action last season: Pitcher-outfielder Jim Miller who hit 194 in reserve roles last season and Third baseman Sam Rutherford Catcher-infield-er Eddie Rutherford Miller chalked up a 4-0 pitching record last season Biggest loss from last sea son’s club was Larry Overbay now at ' East -Tennessee— Sta te University Overbay hit 344 and chalked up a 4-1 mount reeqrdHe-Jwas voted as the club’s most'Valiiable fsare out- Other squad meml fielders Gary Payne George Penn Jim Wolfe and Ricky Harriston infielders Joe Perry and David Hoover and pitchers Mark Sorrell (1-0) Sam Win-inger Rick Spivey and Tim Hale ----- D-B’s only two-losses last season were to Sullivan (3-1) and Knox Fulton (6-0) in the regional finals Coach Whited will be tournament director when Kingsport Junior Church tourney begins — The Junior Church basketball tournament begins this Friday at the Carver Recreation Centet as Clark Street Baptist fakes on First Christian at 7 p m anc Munsey Memorial Methodist clashes with Unaka Avenue Baptist at 8 p m i The semifinals of the tournament are slated for April 4 beginning at 7 p m The championship game scheduled for April 6 at 8 pm It will be preceded by the consolation game at 7 p m in Pensacola enough to lead most tournaments — yet hardly in contention for anything but second place money Rodgers and Still both had 67s Saturday for a three-round 200 that tied the previous low this year set by Bob Goalby at San Diego and Arnold Palmer at Tucson - ' Chuck Courtney had two eagles en route to a 64-201 Saturday but that was only good enough for a fourth place tie with Homero Blancas who had a 69 The defending champ was 16 under par Jorthe-tournament last year when he won by three strokes But his triumph had a shadow cast over it when Doug Sanders was disqualified for starters hosts the State Tournament June 5-8 Games will be played at J Fred Johnson Park The schedule: APRIL University High at Kingsport Greeneville at Kingsport Kingsport at Bristol Elizabethton at Kingrport Kingsport at Morristown Erwin at Kingsport Kingsport at Johnson City Lynn View at Kingspost (x) Kingsport at Greeneville Kingsport at Elizabethton MAY Morristown at Kingsport (x) Kingsport at Erwin Johnson City at Kingsport (x) Kingsport at Ga Tech Frosh exhibits Bristol at Kingsport (x) Sullivan at Kingrport (x) (x) — Night Games at J Fred Johnson Stadium 8:00 pm District Tour Kingsport Regional Tour Knoxville State Tour Kingsport June 5-B Tennis Bucs win against I Appalachia Coach Larry Castle’s ETSU tennis Buccaneers knocked off foe No 2 of the young season here yesterday downing a tough Appalachian State Teachers College squad 7 - 2 on the Buc courts Both losers singles players Ron French (No 2) and Doug Fielder (No 4) pushed their App opponents to the limit French losing to Bob Barbera 6 1 6 - 8 6 - 4 and Fielder dropping two straight sets to Rick Bailey 6 -1 9 - 7 No 1 Bill Pike of ETSU had an exceedingly tough timejrith the Mountaineers’ top boy Lou Faquin before prevailing 8 - 6 5 - 7 6 - 1 No 3 Buc David Smith No 5 DougJ)emossand -No 6 Moser- took straight sets-t Two of t h e three doubles Bob teams however were forced into extra sets before sweeping the tandem action from the Apps ‘ — -The Bucs’ Pike Smith team dropped the first set 6 -4 before coming back with 6-3 6-3 wins for the victory and the Fielder - DeMoss unit dropped the first set 6 - 4 and were forced into “overtime” in t h e last two 9 - 7 7 - 5 by Faquin and Jay Moore — The Moser - French team dropped its opponents in straight sets The win gives the net Bues a 2 - 0 mark for the year Their next action is Monday' at 1:30 against King College at ETSU The results: SINGLES: Bill Pike (ET1 over Lou Faquin (API 84 5-7 81 Bob Barbera (AP) over Ron French (ET) 81 6-8 6-4 David Smith (ET) over Ron Moser (AP) 6-4 83 Rick Bailey (AP) over Doug Fielder (ET) 81 9-7 Doug De-Moss (ET) over Hal Templeton (AP) 6-1 83 and Bob Moser (ET) over Jay Moore (AP) 81 86 DOUBLES: Pike-Smith (ET) over Bar-bera-Moser (AP) 44 83 6-3 Flelder-DeMoss (ET) over Faquin-Mipore (AP) 449:7 7-5 - and French-Moser (Ell over Bailey-Templeton (AP) 82 83 City cage league sees final play The City basketball league basketball goesjnto its final round of play this week at the Recreation Building gymnasium Tuesday at 7 p m the Baggers take on the Cases At 8 p m the Mustangs meet the Sociables and-the- Refreshers clash with the Firebirds in the nightcap at 9 p m failing to sigh his scorepard at the end of the second found At that point Sanders had been 14 under par and four strokes ahead of Brewer Sanders winner here in 1962 and 1965 had a 65 Saturday but that left him a whopping 14 strokes off the pace at 205 Gardner Dickinson who had one of many 65s Saturday was 14 under at 202 Tommy Jacobs and George Archer both with 65s Bob Keller with a 00 Mike Souchak with a 67 and amateur Ron Cerrudo with a 71 all were 13 under at 203 Sanders had plenty of company at 205 including Tom Weiskopf who had shared the first round lead a stroke ahead of Brewer with Blancas and Keller Weiskopf had a 68 Saturday Others in that group were Chi ChLRodriguez with a 66 Jim Colbert with a 68 Johnny Pott with a 68 and Wayne Yates with a 71 Julius Boros the year’s leading official moneywinner was far back in the field with his 66-206 and Jack Nicklaus even further out of contention with a 70-210 — putting the Masters and British Otzen champion 19 strokes off the lead Sunday’s final will be televised (ABC) nationally Harris hopes for title shot NEW YORK (UPI) -Unorthodox Gypsy Joe rtarris hopes to earn a title shot Friday night when he meets welterweight champion — CurtisCokes at Madison Square Garden—-The 10-round non-title bout has gone - almost unnoticed in the aftermath of the Cassius Clay-Zora Folley heavyweight title affair but it has been tagged as a “fight fan’s fight” Tne free-swinging Harris has run up a string of 16 consecutive victories including triumphs over Stan (Kitten) Hayward and Jose Stable Whereas the colorful Harris is given to wearing red tights and red shoes and bouncing off the ropes Jike a ping pong ball Cokes is a conservative 29-year-old veteran who fights by the book He has 45 victories— only 20 by knockout— against eight losses and three draws An elimination tournament set up to fill the welterweight title vacated when Emile Griffith graduated tr middleweight: Cokes pulled off a surprise in the first bouf of the elimination-by - stopping favored Luis Rodriguez late in the 15th round Angelo Dundee Rodriguez’ manager had-the figh'-stopped because the forme-champion was taking so 'much punishment Cokes then went on to defea Manuel Gonzalez and Jean Josselin to take virtually undisputed possession of the title to the Rescue one of our -PROMPT- PERSONAL LOANS! iNNESSEE

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