The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut on June 6, 1973 · Page 56
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56 ·BRIDGEPORT POST XVcdncsday, June (. 1973 'Ncwtown Combo Takes CWGA Best Ball Event WOODBRIDGE -- Mrs. Lewis 'Cubelli and Mrs. Maurice Pa- · fluette of Newlown combined to win the Connecticut Women's ..Golf Association Class A best ball tournament here yesterday ..at the Oak Lane Country Club. The ladies teamed to shoot a 17-38-75 lo win the low gross honors. , Two teams tied for second low -gross. Miss P a t t y Torza and .:Miss Helen Reynolds combined ^o shoot 39 - 39 - 7S. the same score posted by Mrs. George .Ehrlich and Mrs. Perry 'Merchant. Low net honors went lo Mrs. kussell Adam and Mrs. Robert 'Brown with a 34 - 34 - 68. ;, JETS TRADE PAIR ' NEW YORK (AP) -- The · Ne\v York Jets traded reserve quarterback Bob Davis, punter 'Steve' O'Neal and a fourth- round National Football League 'draft choice to New Orleans Tuesday and acquired pun tor Julian Fagan, v/ide receiver Margene A d k t n s and an eighth- round pick from the Saints. Pagan, 25, a 6-foot-3, 205- poundcr from Ole Miss, led the National Conference with his \1.5-yard punting average in his rookie season of 1970. He has a three-year average oM1.6. Adkins, a junior college star -at Henderson, Tex., spent three -years in the Canadian Football ""League with the Ottawa Roughriders, including 1969, when they ^won the CFL championship, the Grey Cup. JOAN CARLSON WINS WOMEN'S GOLF EVENT Joan Carlson of Wheeler Park won a recent Southern Connecticut Women's Golf tournament played at the Orange Hills Country Club. Natalie Evans of Bruce Country Club was the second low gross white low net honors went to Ann Losh of Riverview with Barbara Moore of Brownson second. Second flight low gross \vas won by Tcss McKeon of Laurel- view with Joan Sprague of Wheeler Park second. Low net in the second flight was won by Dorothy Whilaker of Chase with Teddy Hacnn of H. Smith Richardson second. Mary Michels of Rivcrview won the low gross honors in the third flight with Laurie Petittc of Orange Hills second. Low net was won by A n n e Doty of I.aurclview with Ton! Keelcr of Orange Hills second. LUDLOWE GIRLS BEAT WILTON TENNIS TEAM The Ludiowc high school girls' tennis team defeated Wilton yesterday, 7-2. All four singles players, Betsy Thurmond, Leslie Harlow, Amy Moll, and Kit Norton won their matches. Miss Thurmond is undefeated, having won all eight matches this season. Ludlowe's record is 6 and 2. During the early games of the American League season the New York Yankees used three designated hitters -- Roi Swoboda, John Callison and Celerino Sanchez. .PONY LEAGUE Keating Ford maintained its first place status in the Slrat- ford PAL PONY Icafe a wilh a 13-3 win over Carroll's Sport Shop recently. Mike Jackson !cd tile Keating allack with a grand slam homer and had six runs- batted-in. In other games, Connecticut Oxygen topped Paradise Beauty, 10-2, as Hill Sollis struck out 15 and Hilltop Market downed Paradise Beauty, 8-4, behind Larry Cullen's hitting. Falcons Ink Geredinc ATLANTA (AP) - The Atlanta Falcons announced Tuesday the signing of their fourth round draft choice, Tom Gere- dinc of Northeast Missouri State University. Frank Wall, president of the National Football League club, said the signing of the 6-foot-2, 193-pound wide receiver completes the signing of all 14 of the Falcons' draft choices. Geredine caught 115 passes for 1,065 yards and 14 touch- dov/ns during Ills college career. Canadians' Casloff VANCOUVER, B.C. (AP) -Bob Dailcy, a defenseman from the junior Toronto Marlboros, signed Tuesday with the Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League. Terms of the S-fool-5 Dailey's multi-year contract were not disclosed. Dailey was Montreal's first choice in this year's a m a t e u r draft but was Iraded to the Ca- nucks in exchange for Vancouver's first round choice next year. Dailey was captain of the Marlboros' Memorial Cup-will' ning team. TRUMBULL'S M'QUADE STARS IN CIAC GOLF Trumbull High's Dave Mc- Quadc fired a one over par 72 over the Hartford Coif Club course to annex individual honors in the CIAC stale championship Monday. JVIc- Quadc besled Kail's Jeft Robins by' a stroke to gain (he distinction. · Trumbull's 315 total put the Eagles In second place behind front-running Hall's to- la! of 313 in the 22 team field. Staples was sixth with a 32.1 while Darien was 13lh with a 334 and I.udlowe's 343 placed the Tigers in 16th place. McQuade, a 15 year-old sophomore, recorded 17 pars and one bogey. Straub, Gentile Qualify For U. S. Open Tourney GREAT NECK, N.Y. (AP) - sought 117 places in the Open, A u s t i n Straub of Wilton, Conn.,! w ith 33 others being exempt shot a pair of 69s Tuesday for a ham qualifying. two-round total of 138 to lead nine survivors in Northeast Sectional qualifying for the U.S. Open Golf Championship. Straub, 29, will he competing in his t h i r d U.S. Open. He put- led extremely well in his qualifying sessions, picking up eight birdies. He finished two strokes ahead of Mike Joyce of N.Y., who shot BROWNSON GOLF John Nugent and Al Ifeald defeated Rolland Lasher and Murray Vick, one-up, in the feature quarter-final round match of the Brownson Country club member-member golf tournament. Results of other matches were: Charlie Wilson and Walt Driscoll defeated Cy Daly and Norm Hollis, 2 and 1; Rus Grinrod and Harold Keene defeated Fred Allen and Tom Devitt, 3 and 1; Norm O'Donnell and Bob Gardner defeated Al Wright and Phil Tooney, 3 and 1; Ralph DeSanti and Ralph Kusso defeated Charlie Sala and Ron Refkowski, 4 and .3; Don Benedict and Ed Stude defeated Ed Barbieri and Bob Paulson, 2 and 1; George Tate and Charlie Allen defeated Frank Courscy and Clarence Vanderberg, 6 and 5; and Bob Rinko and Henry Bondos defeated Ron Sobocienski and G. Hoekenga, 7 and 5. Huntington, 71-69--140. The Open will be played June 14-17 at the Oakmont Country "lub in Oakmont, Pa. Bobby Benson of the Aspetuck Golf Club had rounds of 73 and 75 while Paul Kelly of the Patterson Club carded a pair of 75s. Amateur Dennis Gorclick turned in rounds of 76 and 77 while Don Parsons finished with 74 and 76. One shot farther back was John Gentile of Greenwich, Conn., who had a 71-70--141. Dick Siderowf, of (he Birchwood Country club, Wesfport, Conn., skipped the qualifying test to play in the British Amateur, where yesterday he defeated Peter Ilegges, of Britain, 4 and 2. Other qualifiers from the finld of 69 were Tom Joyce of Greenwich, Conn., Lloyd Monroe of Clifton, N.Y. and Roger Ginsberg of Harrison, N.Y., 142; Chick Evans, Binghamton, N. Y. 143. and Doug Ford, Tallman, N.Y. and Craig Shankland, Oceanside, N.Y. 141. Each golfer played one round over the par 72 North Hills Country Club in Manhassct. DICK SIDEROWF WINS IN BRITISH AMATEUR PORTHCAWL, Wales-Dick Siderowf, of the Birchwood Country club, Wcslporl, Conn., was among 20 golfers from I he United Slates who won their matches in the British Amateur Golf Championship yesterday, Siderowf defeated Peter Hegges, of Britain, 4 and 2. A feature of (he day's play was a hole-In-one by Jim Crawford, a 51-year-old physician from Winston-Salem, N.C. He aced (he 152-yard 14th hole en route to a 3 and 2 victory over C. K. Mammel, of Denver. Flyers Sign Six PHILADELPHIA (AP) -The Philadelphia Flyers of th National Hockey League an nounced the signing Tuesday of their f i r s t six choices in last month's amateur d r a f t eluding their top pick, Larry Goodenough, a defenseman. In addition to Goodenomjh, General Manager Keith Allen signed wingers Brent Leavins, Bob Stumpf, Mike Clarke and Dale Cook, and defenseman Michel Latreille. Leavins, like Goodenough. was picked in the second round. Allen also disclosed he had signed, winger Bruce Cowick to a multiyear contract. Cowick was obtained recently in a Lancy Smith Grabs Early Amateur Lead PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Lancy Smith of Snyder, N.Y., fired a one-under par 72 at suburban Fox Chapel Golf Club Tuesday to take the opening round lead in the three-day Women's Eastern Amateur Golf Tournament. Miss Smith carded n 37-35--72 on the 5,739-yard course to go out in front by one stroke in the 54-hole event. In second place in the field oi 76 golfers was Pat O'Brien of Pittsfield, Mass., who finished ii even par with a 36-37--73. Rounding' out the next four spots were Jane Booth, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., 35-39--74; Lida Kinnicutt trade with the San Diego Gulls'Conn., 37-3S--75- r'"i.";V~ °r nc ° V ^ u par .,Z°i of ttle Western League: Fresh Meadows C.C. here. I he Goodenough was the 20th! rr, r ,,V? r N h m i ' S lhc Player selected in the amateur! round at North Hills. | d r a f t Hc scored 15 goals and 51 ; This was one of 13 Sectional (assists for the London, Qualifyings, where 600 golferslKnights last season. Ont. Bloomficld, . Debbie Massie, Bethlehem, Pa., 39-38--77; and Debbie Simourian, Lincoln Mass., 38-39--77. Defending champion Alice Dye of Delray, Fla., was nine strokes back at 81. TRAINER SAYS SHAM IS READY NEW YORK (AP) - Trainer 'ancho Martin gave Sham his ina! workout Tuesday and pro- Jiounced the colt "in perfect condition" for Saturday's Bel- nont Stakes--and another confrontation with Secretariat. Sham was beaten by Secre- ariat by iy, lengths in both the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, but Martin is not ready to concede the third jewel in the Triple Crown. "I throw out the Derby and he Preakness," said Martin, 'Sham had trouble both times. Only if Secretariat beats him in the li/ z -mile Belmont will ! say yes, Secretariat is the best and maybe great. "But I hold off till Saturday." If Secretariat does win the 105th running of the Belmont, he'll become the first Triple Crown winner since Citation in 1348. If Sham should come in second, he'll become the first horse ever to finish second in each of the three races. Four horses are expected to try and foil Secretariat's Triple Crown bid. Joining Sham in the effort will be My Gallant, Pvt. Smiles and Tsvice A Prince. Mill River Golf The 25 Golfers club will stage its annual spring golf tour- n a m e n t today at the Mill River Country club. The event will consist of ABC team play E.;;d individual low gross and net. Vincent M. Simko will preside at the dinner meeting and Dr. Richard J. Sekerak, vice president, will award the prizes. Hogan Scores Victory In Northern Net Play Manccster, England (AP) -Patti Hogan of LaJolla Calif., got off to a successful start Tuesday in her quest for a third straight Northern Lawn Tennis championship, scoring a 6-2, 6-2 second-round victory over Jill Griffith of Britain. Miss Hogan, top-seeded in the women's division, had 'drawn a first-round bye. Sherwood Stewart, No. 5 men's seed from Baytown, Tex., and Barbara Downs of Alamo, Calif, were other U.S. players who advanced to third round play. Stewart defeated tohn Gardiner of Australia 6-1, 6-3, while Miss Downs beat Be- inda Thompson of England 6-4, 6-3. 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