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Decatur, Illinois, Tuesday, September 6, 1977 DECATUR HERALD I5 Briefly Speaking ... In Sports tr r Wm 11 m Holiis Stacy is obviously happy with 271 scoro AP Loserphot. Stacy Sets Record in Rail Golf Springfield (AP) Holiis Stacy posted a closing 69 Monday for a record-shatier-ing 72-hole total of 17-under-par 271 to win the $100,000 Rail Muscular Dystrophy Golf Classic by eight strokes over Betty Burfeindt. Stacy, 23. from Savannah, picked up a $15,000 check and a third tournament victory. She previously won the U.S. Open and the Tara Open in her home state. Her pa r-battering four rounds over the 6,135-yard, par 36-36-72 Rail Golf Course broke by two strokes the scoring record set for 72 holes by Kathy Whitworth in the Milwaukee Open in 1966. Stacy, on the tour since 1974, fired birdies on the fourth, 10th and 16th holes in her final round of the rain-delayed tournament in shooting her fourth round in the 60s. She had only one bogey in the 72 holes. That was on the 10th hole in Saturday's round. Miss Burfeindt gained one stroke on par in the final round to finish nine under for the tournament at 279. Jane Bla-lock, with a closing 69, bogeyed the 18th and wound up with a 280. Sandra Post made the big move, coming from even par at the end of the third round with a 67 to finish with 283 to tie for fourth with Laura Baugh. Holiis Stacy, $15,000 Betty Burfeindt, ,7S0 Jane Blalock, S7,000 Sandra Post, M.595 Laura Baugh, $4,595 Jan Stephenson $3,560 Mary Mills, S3, 180 Catherine Duqgan, $2,800 Carol Mann, $2,800 Gloria Ehret, $2,03t Gloria Ehret, SZ0M Amy Alcott $2,038 Susan O'Connor, $2,036 Vivian Brownlee, $2,038 Cathy Mant, $2,038 Michelle Walker, $2,038 JoAnne Corner, $1,348 Barbara Barrow, $1 ,348 Sandra Palmer, $1,348 M.J. Smith, $1,348 Debbie Austin, SI, 348 Penny Pull, $1,000 Sandra Stuzich, $1,000 Beth Solomon, $1,000 Kathy Cornelius, $1,000 Kathy Martin, $1,000 Kathy Postlewolt, $1,000 68-65-69-49271 70-49-69-71279 68- 71-72-69280 76- 72-68-67283 71- 69-69-74283 70- 71-73-70 U 77- 69 65-74-285 73-70-74-69-286 73-70-70-73-286 71- 75-72-70-288 7152-70-28 71- 72-74-71-288 75-60-73-71-288 72- 74-70-72-288 72-77-67-72-283 71-72-67-78-288 73-74-72-70289 70- 71-77-71289 73-73-72-71289 71- 73-73-72289 69- 73-74-73289 76-71-73-70290 70- 77-71-72290 75-73-70-72290 72- 71-73-74290 71- 74-71-74290 70-71-73-76290 .- ... Brit Williams, left, Stoff phots by Bob Stroogman nd Tom Hostetler Jr. Williams Repeats as Champion Defending champion Brit Williams came from three strokes off the pace with a final round 77 to win a second straight Country Club of Decatur golf championship Monday . with a 54-hole total of 230. Tom Hostetler Jr., the second-round leader, slipped to 32 to finish at 232 for runnerup honors. Bcb Smith, who shot a final round 74, and Dave Miller, who bad 77, finished in a tie for third at 233. Rick Locke, who led after the first round on a par 72, then soared to an 83, rebounded with 79 to finish fourth at 234. In a separate Labor Day tournament, .Bob Smith took honors for the low gross score with 74. Phil Sharkey was runnerup with 75. Forest Wikoff won low net competition with 89-2564. Three others tied for second. Al Frick shot 79-1366, Bob Bo-yer 89-2366 and Darrell Ryan 85-1966. Tcm Hostetler Jr. had the longest drive on the eighth and 18th holes, Kirt Wilson the longest on No. 2, Curley Eyer on No. 12 and Phil Sharkey on No. 17. Bud Downey sank the longest putt on No. 18. Casey Nips St. Louis In Final Casey Nate Middleton singled in the winning run in the ninth inning to give the Casey Truckers a 5-4 victory over the St. Louis Bombers Monday for the championship of the 22-team Amateur Softball Association Class A National Invitation tournament. John Bright went all the way for Casey, striking out six and walking one while yielding six i hits. Lenny Isles cracked a two-run homer for Casey in the fourth inning. Mark Kusterman singled in the tying run in the sixth. Middletons winning hit brought home Steve Voris, who reached on a single and advanced on a fielder's choice. Earlier, St. Louis defeated Sadorus, III., 6-5 to reach the championship game. Middleton, who stroked 12 hits in 25 at bats, was named the tournament's most valuable player. Casey's ace pitcher Denny Throneburg, who won three games on a no-hitter, a one-hitter and a three-hitter, was joined on the tournament all-tar team by Sadorus pitcher Butch Clark and St. Louis pit-. cher Ed Branoff. Jeff Wagley of Indianapolis Karma Records, Phil Sherwood of Casey and 'Clarene Wilson of Pleasant Grove, Utah, were named all-tournament catchers. Voted all-tournament infiel-ders were Speedy Cole, Indianapolis Renners first baseman; Larry Ring, Sadorus second baseman; Mike Webster, Casey third baseman; and John Marker, Sadorus shortstop. Selected all-tournament outfielders were Larry Sappington of Casey, Tom Pryor of St. Louis, and Bucky Piatt of Pleasant Grove, Utah, in addition to Casey's Middleton. Casey finished with a 78-30 record. HAVIG SIGNS WITH PACKERS Guard Dennis Havig, formerly of the Atlanta Falcons and Houston Oilers, has signed with the Green Bay Packers as a free agent. Havig, 28, a .6-foot-3, 250 pounder, is a seven-year National Football League veteran from the University of Colorado. MUNSON JOINS CHARGERS Quarterback Bill Munson, waived by Seattle after playing for the Los Angeles Rams and Detroit Lions, is joining the San Diego Chargers. The 13 - year National Football League veteran was signed a week after he became a free agent. Munson apparently replaces Clint Longley as backup to James Harris. Long-ley, whom the Chargers obtained from Dallas, has stayed out of training and apparently is being traded or waived. SHERK SIDELINED WITH KNEE INJURY Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Jerry Sherk's knee injury will keep him sidelined for up to six weeks but won't require surgery. Sherk suffered the strained ligaments in his left knee in the third quarter of the Browns' 19-14 victory over Green Bay Saturday. MULDOWNEY WINS POINTS CHAMPIONSHIP Shirley Muldowney, upset in the first round of Top Fuel eliminations on Sunday, still clinched the world points championship Monday when her nearest challenger, Frank Bradley, was beaten in the quarter-finals of the U.S. National Drag Races. Bradley, the only driver with a mathematical chance of catching .Muldowney, would have had to win here and in the final two races of the season to earn the world championship. AMATEUR WINNER WANTS PRO STATUS "I am going to turn pro," Lakeview Cross Country Improved Lakeview High School's cross country fortunes appear to be heading upward. "I have my largest squad," said Coach Steve Davis. The squad numbers nine, including two lettermen Randy West and Randy Marucco. Both are juniors. West was Lakeview's No. 1 runner last fall. He was 12th in the city meet. Marucco was the No. 2 runner. . They will be joined by seniors Dan Reynolds, Jeff Budds and Malcom Morgan, junior Mark Bodine and sophomores Mike Makowicz. Also out are two freshmen, Kurt Norvill and Gary Hartwell. Lakeview won a mere two meets last season and was fifth in the Apollo Conference meet and last in the district meet. Lakeview opens today at home against Argenta-Oreana. Sept. 6 - Argenta of Lokeview Sept. 13 Eisenhower at Lokeview Sept. 15 Warren too rg at Lakeview Sept. 27 Choi ham Glenwood at Lake-View Sept.9 Lokeview at Mount Zion Oct. 6 Lakeview at Mount Puloskl Oct. :o Lokeview at Monticello Oct. 12 Lokeview at Normal U. High Invitational Oct. it Lokeview at Apollo Cortfer-nce Meet said cocky John Fought of Tualatin, Ore., moments after winning the 77th annual U.S. Amateur Golf Championship 9 and 8 over outclassed Doug Fischesser, the Connersville, Ind., greenskeeper at Newton Square, Pa. "As much as I would like to stay an amateur, it's a nice way to go out. If I could afford it, I'd stay an amateur all my life," added the 23-year-old Fought, who took the lead on the sixth hole of the 36-hole final for America's top amateur golf prize and never looked back. METS GET PITCHER IN GROTE TRADE Righthanded pitcher Dan Smith has been acquired from the Los Angeles Dodgers as part of the Jerry Grore deal, the New York Mets said. Smith, who was 8-2 with a 2.79 earned run average with San Antonio of the Texas League, was assigned to the Mets' Tidewater club of the International League. The Mets also received an undisclosed amount of cash and an additional player to be named later. You get more buying action when you get your advertising message into the family circle DECATUR HERALD DECATUR DAILY REVIEW SUNDAY N. sJJERALOREVIEW) Csonka Wants to Play More HOBBS WINS Flowery Branch, Ga. (AP) David Hobbs, driving his Tur-bocharged McLaren BMW 320T, won the Camel GT 100-mile race at Road Atlanta Monday, setting a course record with an average speed of 103.070 miles an hour. Wm. "Bill" Sigmon SAYS - I would like to let all my Friends and Neighbors know I'm Back in the Car Business. I'm inviting everyone to come to FEHRENBACH CHEVROLET in Decatur. Ill Let me help you buy or trade anything New or Used, Cars or Trucks. Come in and ask for "Willie". PH. 663-2253 or 877-4440 East Rutherford, N.J. 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