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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 4

Chillicothe, Missouri
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Friday, May 14, 1982
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CHILUICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, MAY 14,1N2 CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-64601-PAGE 3 New golf pro Paul Hooser, in just a week, has won the respect and confidence of the Chillicothe Country Club board. And once the other members come in contact with the personal PGA pro, they'll quickly learn they have caught a prize catch. Hooser was hired just last week to fill the PGA pro void at the Chillicothe Country Club left by the departure of Ron Locke, who returned to his home state of Oklahoma. Like The People "I was sold on the people and the community," Hooser told a C-T reporter. "It was an opportunity to advance and an opportunity to get some good experience. But actually, it was the friendly people of this fine community that brought me and my family to Chillicothe." Hooser, assistant pro at the Country Club of Missouri in Columbia, heard of the Chillicothe opening from close friend Don Walsworth of Marceline. "Don spoke highly of the Chillicothe people and the Chillicothe Country Club, so I decided to interview for the job," said Hooser. "The course is in great shape and I don't plan to make any changes at this time. I intend on working closely with the board in fie best interest of the club." Hooser Story The Paul Hooser golf story began way back in 1968 at a ripe age of 15. "I started playing golf and I simply fell in love with the game," he said. Hooser's strong game continued to improve, and before you knew it, the University of Missouri-Columbia was offering Hooser a full-ride scholarship. Hooser graduated from Jefferson City Public High in 1971. He then attended the University of Missouri for 2% years before transferring to Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield. During his year a half tenure at Springfield, he won honorable-mention All-' American golfing honors. Business World Following four years of schooling, Hooser decided to try his luck in the adventurous world of business. He was the club pro at Hickory Hills Country Club in Springfield for 2% years and served as the club pro at Wolf Creek Country Club in Kansas City (one of the most prestigous golf courses in the Midwest) for two years. Sandwiched between the two dubs PGA PRO Paul Hooser, hired just last week at the Chillicothe Country Club to fill the void left by the departure of Ron Locke, displays correct and stylish form as he tees off on No. 1 during a pickup matchup at the local club Thursday. Hooser, an All-Amencan golfer and a personable individual, served as the assistant pro at the Country Club of Missouri before accepting the job here. -Constitution-Tribune Photo by Bob Carter. was a half year of trying his luck at the PGA tour qualifying school "That wasn't for me," Hooser said smiling. "But it was indeed an experience I won't ever forget." Hooser returned to Columbia and again enrolled at the University of Missouri. At the end of four semesters, Hooser was employed as the assistant pro at the Country Club of Missouri. Hooser is currently taking a correspondence course from the "univ,ersity^and will graduate with _a .degree in parks and recreation this summer. Paul married Joyce Ann Brown of Springfield and they are the parents of two children--Holly Ann, three, and Lindsay Amanda, one. Lessons Available Not only is Hooser an excellent player, he's an excellent teacher Hooser is available for lessons at a reasonable price. As a matter of fact, he charges just 36 cents'for junior 1 gblfers. Naturally, the adults will pay more "It's extremely important for these young golfers to learn the right way to play the sport at an early age," he said. "But I enjoy teaching all ages. It's as challeneging for me to teach them as it is for them to learn "My family and I have no complaints We like the club, the people and the community," Hooser said. "Hopefully, we can come across h'ke they have." OU sophomore sets Big Eight track mark NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Oklahoma University sophomore Kellie Cathey set a Big Eight Conference women's track meet record with a 33:16.16 in the 10,000-meter run today but fell short of the unofficial American record she ran last month. Cathey ran a 32:22 5 on April 25 at the Mt. St. Antonio College relays, but that mark was disallowed as an official national record because the field included men. Her time at today's race beat the conference meet record of 35:07.42 set in 1979 by Karen Bridges of Oklahoma State It also improved the mark at Oklahoma's John Jacobs Track of 34:02 set this year by Glenys Quick Cathey lapped the entire field in the 10th lap of the 25-laprace She said afterward she was disappointed in her time, her second best ever in the event "I just felt tired today I was fatigued " She said she had taken her last final exam at 8 a m. today, and that may have detracted from her performance Sectional / qualifiers Fast-breaking Lakers seek 7th straight win SAN ANTONIO, Texas (AP) -- The fast-breaking Los Angeles Lakers seek to win their seventh straight National Basketball Association playoff game tonight while.the San Antonio Spurs are counting hometown fans with helping them ignite a comeback The Lakers go into tonight's game leading the best-of- seven NBA semifinal series two-games-to-none The Lakers swept the Phoenix Suns 4-0 in the Western Conference semifinals, then beat the Spurs 128-117 and 110-101 in the opening games of their conference final in Los Angeles to become only the Major League Leaders fifth NBA team to win six straight playoff games San Antonio coach Stan Albeck says his team is capable of tying up the series in the two games at the arena, which Los Angeles coach Pat Riley has called "a hornet's nest." A crowd of 16,000 is expected to fill the HemisFair Arena The Spurs beat Los Angeles twice here during the regular season, becoming the only NBA team to win their series against the Lakers, 3-2 Albeck said the Spurs playoff losses have not been as wide as the final scores indicate. "We were in both games until the final two minutes and we had the shots but didn't make them," Albeek said NBA at a glance George Gervin, four-time NBA scoring champion, has been slowed by the Lakers in postseason play, averaging six points below his season average of 32 points a game Albeck said that will have to change and the Spurs' "Bruise Brothers" also will have to get back to the rebounding form that led the league during the regular season The Lakers outrebounded San Antonio 103 86 in the two previous games, and collected 49 of their 100 field goals on layups and slamdunks off the fast break Los Angeles also has outshot the Spurs 53 2 percent to 51 percent from the field and 80 4 percent to 62 percent at the foul line CONCRETE WORK Any Kind Anywhere Anytime FRiE ESTIMATES HUSSEY-STUMPH 18 Y«qr» Experfonct Rout* 1 H«le, Mo. (llo)636-JJlJ (116)636-5)11 HORSESHOE PITCHING TOURNAMENT Starting May 29, 1982 Entry Fee $5 00 Men's, Women's Jr Class Money Returned In Winners' Pri/es Register At 65 Swap Shop 2 Miles North of Chillicothe on b5 Weekends Only Who Am I? Sewn of the eight Chillicothe High School track ond field athlete* making the Sectional trip to Roytown South Saturday are: From left, front row, Steve Whiteside, 400-meter dash; Toni Jones, discus; Marlynn Plowman, triple jump; Pam Young, 200-meter low hurdles; and F. C. White, 1,600-meter run. Bock row, Tony Trinidad, shot put; and Bryan Fcfc'onau, pole vcuh. No' pictured was Jeff Ugh'ner, who qualified in the discus event. The Sectioriol meet, bringing together the top four finishers from the District meets at Kearney and Warrensburg, is scheduled to start at 11 a.m. with field events. Running events are stated to begin at noon. The top four finishers at the Settional qualifying meet in Raytown South will earn a trip to the state meet Friday and Saturday, May 21 and 22, on the Lincoln University tract in Jefferson City. -- Constitution- Tribune Photo by Bob Carter. I began one of the craziest trends in pro football. It drove head coaches wild - until they realised it worked. I was the first guy to kick field goals soccer- style -- from the side. That was in 1M4 with the AFL Buffalo Bills. *·» (tt-mt) ·KMHNV (C)l*MrlEA,lM Buy and sell thru Constitution- Tribune Want Ads' By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (55 at bats) J Thompson, Pittsburgh, 330, Moreland, Chicago 364, Raines, Montreal, 357 Oberkfell, St Louis, 338, Bailor, New York, 3J3 HUNS L Smith, St Louis, 29, Murphy, Atlanta, 29, R Jones, San Diego, 25, Hor ner, Atlanta, 24, Kmgman, New York, 23, K Hernandez, St Louis, 23, Sax, Los Angeles, 23 RBI Murphy, Atlanta, 34, Kmgman, New York, 3D, Moreland, Chicago, 29, J Thompson, Pittsburgh, 28, B Diaz, Philadelphia, 23, K Hernandez, St Louis, 23, Baker, Los Angeles, 23, T Kennedy, San Diego, 23 HITS Moreland, Chicago, 44, Wilson, New York, 43, L Smith St Louis, 41, Oester, Cincinnati, 41, Raines, Montreal, 40, Guerrero, Los Angeles, 40 DOUBLES Parker, Pittsburgh, 10, Knight, Houston, 9 T Kennedy, San Diego 9 11 Tied With 8 TRIPLES Wilson New York, 3, Rose, Philadelphia, 3, Herr, St Louis, 3, R Ramirez, Atlanta, 3, Concepcion, Cincinnati, 3, Oester, Cincinnati, 3 HOME RUNS Kmgman, New York, 12, MURPHY, Atlanta, 11, J Thompson, Pittsburgh, 10, Homer, Atlanta, 9, Moreland, Chicago, 8, B Diaz, Philadelphia, 8, Hendrick, St Louis, 8 STOLEN BASES Dernier, Philadelphia, 20, Moreno, Pittsburgh, 20, L Smith, St Louis, 17, Wilson, New York, 14, Raines, Montreal, 12 PITCHING (4 Decisions) Forsch, St Louis, 44,1000,4 56, Lollar Sar, Diego, 4-0, 1 000, 2 10 Sutton, Houston 5 1, 833, 2 66 R Jones, New York, 4-1, 800 2 60, Berenyi, Cincinnati, 4-1, 800,2 35, Garber, Atlanta, 31, 750, 0 94, Puleo, New York, 4-2, 667,3 65, Walk, Atlanta, 4-2, 667,3 19 Pastore, Cmn , 4-2, 667, 2 90, Reuss, Los Angeles, 4-2, 667, 257, Welch, Los Angeles, 4-2, 667,372 STRIKEOUTS Solo, Cincinnati, 57, Carlton, Philadelphia, 55,. Rogers, Montreal, 43, Gumckton,Montreal, 38, Lollar, San Diego, 38, , i u n AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (55 at bats) Bonnell, Toronto, 431, McBnde, Cleveland, 415, Harrah, Cleveland, 389, E Murray, Baltimore 36l,Sundberg,Texas, 360 RUNS R Henderson, Oakland, 30, Harrah, Cleveland, 28, Thornton, Cleveland, 26, Wathan, Kansas City, 24, Hrbek, Minnesota, 24 RBI Thornton, Cleveland, 33, McRae, Kansas City, 33, Oglivie, Milwaukee, 26, Hrbek, Minnesota, 26, Baylor California, 24, Luzmski, Chicago, 24, Otis, Kansas Ci ty,24 HITS Harrah, Cleveland, 44, Cooper, Milwaukee, 43, Hrbek, Minnesota, 40, LeFlore, Chicago, 39, Zisk. Seattle, 39 DOUBLES Otis, Kansas City, 13, White, Kansas City, 10, McRae, Kansas City, 10,6 Tied With 9 TRIPLES Evans, Boston, 3, McBnde, Cleveland, 3, Hemdon, Detroit, 3, Upshaw, Toronto, 3, Cowens, Seattle, 3 HOME RUNS Thornton, Cleveland, 10, Hrbek, Minnesota, 10, Roenicke, Baltimore, 9,Harrah, Cleveland, 7, Oglivie, Milwaukee, 7, Downing, California, 7, Murphy, Oakland, 7 STOLEN BASES R Henderson, Oakland, 35, LeFlore, Chicago, 12, Lopes, Oakland, 10, Wathan, Kansas City, 8, J Cruz, Seattle, 8 PITCHING (4 Decision) Hoyt, Chicago, 7-0,1000,143, Beard, Oakland, 44, 1000, 108, Guidry, New York, 5-1, 833, 300, Zahn, California, 5-1, 633, 174, Barker, Cleveland, 4-U 800, 2 25, Burns, Chicago, 4-1, 800, 220, Ramey, Boston, 3-1, 750,3 82, B Stanley, Boston, 3 1, 750, 3 18, Tudor, Bostoi.. 3-1, 750, 3 49, Sorensen, Cleveland, 3-1, 750, 4*8, Saucier, Detroit, 3-1, 750,184, Renko, California, 3-1, 790,2 n, Gura, Kansas City, 3-1, 750, 500, G Jackson, Kansas City, 3-1, 790, 481, J Jones, Oakland, 3-1, 750, 581, VandeBerg, Seattle, 3-1, 750,2 55, Caudill, Seattle, 3-1, 750,2 00, Darwin, Texas, 3-1, 750,1,71 STRIKEOUTS F Bannutr, Seattle, 49, Guidry, New York, 42, Eckersley, Boston, 41, Perry, Seattle, 36, Barker,Cleveland, 35, Denny, Cleveland, 35 By The Associated Press CONFERENCE FINALS Best of Seven Eastern Conference Sunday, May 9 Boston 121, Philadelphia 81 Wednesday's Game Philadelphia 121, Boston 113, series tied 1-1 Saturday s Game Boston at Philadelphia. 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