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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1960 Slate Semi-Finals Slated Today Continues To Win The championship field tightened with eight more eliminated In the second day of play in the 27th Annual Illinois State Women's Amateur Golf Tournament at Lockhaven Wednesday. As the meet swung into the final two days of play, the heat, 90 degree 'plus days began to take its toll. Miss Doris Phillips again turned in the best match of the day as she continued her torrid play. Miss Phillips advanced to semi final play by downing Mrs. Clyde Webb, Murphysboro, 4 and 3 in an 18-hole quarter-final match. Miss Phillips came in off the first nine with a one-under par 37 for the best round of the day. Miss Phillips met Lana Kayo Roberts, Sullivan, in the first 18- hole semi-final match today at 8:30 a.m. Miss Roberts, who is also turning in fine rounds lost only two holes in 36-holes of match play. The 15-year-old Miss Roberts defeated Mrs. Morgan Evans, Bloomington. 6 and 4. Winners Meet The winner of the Phillips- Roberts match will play a second 18-hole round with the winner of the Mrs. Paul Dommers- Miss Barbara Beuckman match. Defending champion; Miss Lois Drafke, LaG range, is also playing hot golf and gained the semi-final round by downing Mrs. Richard Jones. Urbana, 4 and 2. Miss Drafke hit a 39 on the first nine Wednesday. Friday will see the conclusion of the 1960 tourney with the two top golfers meeting in a 36-hole final that starts at 8:30 a.m. Two other former champions made it over the second hurdle Wednesday. Mrs. Paul Early Wynn Turns In Two-Hit Gem By ED WfLfta Amoclited Prea* Sports Writer Whoever started that talk about Early Wynn calling It quits should The White Sox got their three in: the third off loser Jack (5-5). The Yankees, winning 13 of I Appointed AD Earl M c L a n e, fooftall ccmcti at Roxana High School, hM been appointed Athletic Director at Roxana. He will amame hid new dot- leu with the beginning of the two • HI school year and will continue as grid coach. S^T 18 !" " oonep ^2?'"J Ill ! thelp last 14 declsfon8 ' 8tayed hot! ««"»w. * «««»<* «*«* it took for the angry righthander | | n their old manner—with the help to show there's life in the old guy| 0 f a guy off the bench. Kent Had- yet, after losing five in a row. !] ey> SUD bing for the injured Bill Wynn, last season's pitcher of the year as a 2?-game winner for Chicago's American League champion White Sox, .bounced back with the 13th two-hitter of Skowron at first base, blasted his second and third home runs for New York's first three runs off Paul Foytack (1-5), who lost his! gfth in a row. Roger Maris, re-j track M he has done ta the past. Braves Acquire !• tlW Sportllte by MCE BARBAN Spwtt So far the gallery attending the state womeri's tourney at Lockhaven has been small mainly due to the extreme heat. Heat or no heat, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American league W. L. Pet. G.B. his 20-year career for a 3-1 vie- j gaining a tic with the Cubs' Ernie' tory over Baltimore Wednesday i Banks for the major league home night. It was the 40-year-old vet-!run lead, then made his 20th good. PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The eran's 274th victory, tops among (for two runs off Hank Aguirre inj second-place Milwaukee Braves. j New York JBalt nore ! Cleveland active pitchers. ia four-run'eighth. seeking bench insurance for the Dommers, Belvedere, downed Mrs. Robert Shields, 5 and 4 and Miss Barbara Slobe, Waukegan, 1958 winner defeated iss Judy Easterbrook, Peoria, 4 and 3. In an apset, Mrs. Robert Dav- FOOTBALL AND GOLF Carl Brettschneider, left, lineman en, chat with some of the golfers en- for the professional St. Louis Football tered in the meet. Golfers from left to Cardinals, paid a visit to the Women's right are Lois Drafke of LaGrange, the State Golf Tournament at Lockhaven defending champion; Doris Phillips of Country Club Wednesday. Here, he and Belleville and Heidi Prentice of Wil- Glennon Jackson, president of Lockhav- mette—Staff Photo. Hitting, Pitching Click for Pitt State Scores By ED WILK8 Associated Press Sports Writer straight. Milwaukee made it eight out of Who's getting the job done forinjne as Billy Bruton, who tagged the Pittsburgh Pirates in that Na- an inside-the-park homer. Joe; Ad- t'onal League race? Forget It. The i (. oc |5 a ,,d Johnny Logan each question is "who ain't?" drove in two runs. The Braves They have the niajors' top win-i had 13 hits off three pitchers ner, Vern Law (11-2); Handyman j while sending Johnny Antonelli to his fifth loss in a row. Burdette (8-2) needed Don Wednesday's Result* (Quarter-final Round) CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Miss Doris Phillips. Belleville defeated Mrs. Clyde Webb. Murphysboro, 4 and 3. '. Miss Lana Kaye Roberts. Sullivan. i defeated Mrs. Morgan Evans, • Bloomlnfttnn. 6 and 4. Mrs. Paul Dommers. Belvedere, defeated • Mrs. Robert Shields. Qulncy. 5 and 4 Miss Barbara Bcuckman. Belleville, defeated Mrs. Jean Hubbard. Bloomliifjlon. 5 and 4 EIroy Face and comeback Bob Friend on the pitching staff.; ^_ >y JJUlutlll ,„.,., .„.„„..„ And they have four of the top 10 | M ^ahon'sT help when"thTGiants hitters in the league plus the No.| scorcd threc in ^ e j Rnth with 2 man in RBI, Roberto Clemente, 1 two ou| bul won hjs fifth straight . with 49. Friend scattered eight hits and .... , ,„.„_ ,^n, . ... , , , , . u , sc-hedu cd game in a four-run fifth took the major league lead in shut- ,..*,._,,,„ -r ^, ....„.„ outs with his fourth in a 5-0 vic-i^P'__ tory over St. Louis Wednesday night. The Bucs had 11 hits—with The Phils won the regularly last two outs. Ditmar gave up eran Alvin Dark from the Philadelphia Phillies in a waiver deal. The Phillies asked waivers oni .... , , .... „ , ^ ,..,., . ^ »^,i ,o n. I Pennant, run, have obtained vet- While the White Sox were mak- ; Right-hander Art Ditmar (6-3) !„., A1 ,, it , nn% .,, , -- fl , o DU . lo ing it two ' i ii row ovrr the sec- i won his fourth in a row. but need- ond plac-' Orioles. It first place ,ed Ryne Duren's relief for the NPW York Yankees skipped into a Hi game lead by whipping Detroit 7-3 for their sixth straight victory. Cleveland beat Washington 1-0 as Ted Bowsfield gained his first major league shutout with a five- hitter. Kansas City got past Boston 2-1. I Wynn (3-6) gave up only a first- I inning single by leadoff man Marv ' Breeding and an eighth-inning sin| gle by pinch-hitter Clint Courtney. Jackson's Wins League Pair 3.") 37 32 1)2 Detroit Washington !"•• lisas City Boston 22 27 25 29 29 32 3S .614 .578 .561 IVe 3 Friday'* (be day to plan on attending the final match it it all possible. The 36-hole final between the two top women gotten will provide plenty of action In the form of good golf. The head and head competition will produce plenty of pressure for both contestants. The two finalists will tee-off at 8:30 a.m. Friday on the first nine. They should be able to complete the 18-hole round between 11:30 and 12 o'clock. There will be an hour's delay and then the second 18-holes will .500 .439 10 ,42tt 11 ", is homers by Rocky Colavito and Ai; the 37-year-oId infielder Wednes-, Kaline ' day and the Braves were the only The 'Indians, also held to fivej^I^ him ' The *™ ™ S hits, beat Bill Fischer (2-3). Bowsfield (3-2). a lefty recently acquired from Boston, gained his first complete game in 10 starts since Sept. 1, 1958. not disclosed. Dark said he appreciated being sent to the Braves and thinks they can win the National League pennant. He told newsmen he was ! Phillies for whom he hit .242 and batted in 14 runs in 55 games. Ray Herbert (3-6) blanked thei 80 "* he didn>t do more tor the " i i-ii-; ii * _. _. r I 1 Lit tl*(t .. _ J Red Sox on four hits for eight in-j nings and ended his losing string | at five. A triple by Danny Kravitz and a wild pitch gave the A's a third-inning run off loser Frank Sullivan (3-7). They got the clinche: 1 in the sixth. MURRAYVILLE — Jackson's of Alton won a doubleheader from Quincy here Wednesday Miss Lois Drafke. La(irani«e. de-i..:..!.. : n r*onfrnl Tlllnnia ated Mrs Richard Jones. Urbane. n 'g ht ln Cential Illinois . . feated Mrs Richard Jones. Urbana, 4 and 2. Miss Penny Kerndt. DeerMeld. defeated Miss Ral Ann Welgert. Rockford. 3 and 2. Miss Barbara Slobe. Wuukenan. defeated Miss Judy Easterbrook, Peoria, 4 and 3. Mrs. Robert Davis. Casey, defeated Miss Heidi Prentice. Wllmette, 2 and I. CHAMPIONSHIP CONSOLATION Mrs. A. G. (jovela. Alton defeated Mrs. Dale Wright. Paris. 1-up. 10 holes. Mr;.. Dclmar Huegel, Springfield, x.alc/ also homered Dorothy Akeman. Urbana. I League play. In the first game it was 7-5 and the second was 8-1. Cal Johns hurled for Jackson's in the opener .and gave up six hits. Early scoring by Jackson's paved the way for the win. Jackspn's collected nine hits off Gabel. Wintjen andOverby each had two hits for Jackson's. In the second game Bob Johnson was the svinner for Jack- mgni. me cues uau u mu»-w,m K llyhni ,| t ,-Mi mid thei (leleilted Mrs - ''"^ Ballia ' Jackson! uon'i. allowing three hits. Jack- Dick Groat (4-for-5) gaining the Johnny Bu-shaidt (--I. and the vll , ,. ?2 h , - * is, Casey, eliminated Heidi Prentice, 2 and 1. Other championship winners includes Miss Barbara Beuckman, Belleville, who defeated Mrs. Jean Hubbard, Bloomington, 5 and 4; and Miss Penny Kerndt, Deerfield, who defeated Miss Rai Ann Weigert, Rock- Mine i Ml h-it lp»H at '4S1- ripnipntp'Phils had Tuesday's game won', Mrs.. William Walker. Highland MISVINL, Ddl lead at .,»!, L-ienieme ' •> » Park, defeated Mrs .Inhn Cnffinan (.328) doubling home two runs, lMifolv thc curfew sounded after and Bob Skinner (.3231 bringingi p 'K ht frames. The Cubs added a the clincher across with a first-[ninth-inning run against Robin inning single. i Roberts Wednesday night. Joe It was Pittsburgh's seventh vic-iSchaffernoth (0-2) lost it. tory in eight games protecting a 3'i-game bulge over second place; J-J e J| runt£ KJ., S 1M{ turn 11 Iron Thr» f*nm0.ulivp RrnvP« ! O 1 Milwaukee. The come-alive Braves ford, 3 and 2. made it five in a row with a 7-4 Miss Kerndt met Miss Drafk victory ovr thirri-place San Fran- in the first semi-final match this I Cisco's fast skidding Giants, morning. i Philadelphia defeated the Chi- The rest of the flights play only 18-holes the final two days. In the championship flight, Mrs. A. G. Goveia, Alton, kept her hopes alive with a win over Mrs. Dale Wright, Paris, 1-up on the 19th hole. Mrs. Patricia Rain was eliminated from the championship cago Cubs 6-3, after filing away a 7-6 decision in the completion of Tuesday's suspended game. Los ll) Little League Play Alton Little League si-ores Dailies played Wednesday. Krrb* League llellnini; 11). Foxes 0 Keiincll Leujruo loi Park, defeated Mrs. John Coffman, Qulncy, 1-up Mrs. Nelson McBrlen, Alton, defeated Mrs. Cal Self, Batavla, 4 and 3. Miss Nancy Lundstrum, Springfield, defeated Mrs. Patricia Rain. Alton, 1-up 21 holes. Miss Corlne Clark. Piano, defeated Mrs. John Hungaffe, Sterling, 6 and 4 Mrs. Ross McNutt won on a de- 1 fault by Mrs. Pat Fischer. Belle- I vlllc. i HIRST FLIGHT Mrs. F. A. Torrey, Pekin, defeated Mrs George Bassford. Alton 3 and '• MLS. Weldon Mulllken. Blooming- ion defeated Mrs. Wlllard Tobln. Springfield. 4 and 'J. i Mrs. Ine* Deneau. Kankakee. de-i feaicd Mrs James PrIIUman. Cham-| -'I and I son's scored five runs in the second inning to ice the game. Wintjen and Met/ each had three hits for the winners, including a triple by Metz. Simpson also hit a three-bagger for Jackson's. East Alton Legion Wins Mullov Still Nurses Hope At Wimbledon WIMBLEDON, England (AP)- Belieye it or not, some of the best tennis at Wimbledon this year is being served up by a grizzled veteran of 46 named Gardnar Mulloy, who hails from Miami, Fla. Mulloy is one of a quartet of oldsters the Wimbledon fans have come to regard as fixtures. The Larry Jackson PITTSBURGH (AP)—St. Louis Cardinal ace Larry Jackson was belted badly Wednesday night, giving up nine hits before the Pirates chased him off the mound | with a four-run rally in the sev- j enth inning. ; The Pirates' Bob Friend scattered eight hits and shut out the Redbirds 5-0.. Friend struck out five and did not walk a man in picking up his ninth victory of the year. He has lost three. Jackson now is 9-7. The Pirates took a 1-0 lead in the first and added four more in the seventh on Roberto Clemente's bases loaded doubl, Hal W. bounding Basque from France; Jaroslav Drobny, 38, the Czech- turned-Briton, and Budge Patty, 36, the American in Paris. Borotra, whose name first appeared on the Wimbledon roll of champions 36 years ago, is 62 and eroski's single. Tonight, the Cardinals' Ron Kline (2-6) is slated to oppose Harvey Haddix (4-3) in the last of the three-game series. GermanDoubtsReeord only, plays in the doubles these days. Mulloy, Drobny, champion in 1954, and Patty, winner in 1950, all turned out in the singles this year—and Mulloy is the only one [West Germany's Armin Hary, of the four still left to tangle with! newest "fastest human." doubts EAST ALTON — East Alton Jun- j the, serve-and-smash youngsters, i the 10-second world record he be Broken FRANKFURT, Germany (AP)— Wednesday Ke*ull« New York 7. Detroit j Chicago J, Baltimore 1 Cleveland 1, Washington 0 Kansas City 2, Boston 1 Tluir.stltn GHIIIPS New Yoi-:« at Detroit Baltimore at Chicago Washington at Cleveland Boston at Kansas City (N't Friday ttame* Boston al Chk-ago (N> Baltimore Hi Kansas C'ily iNt Washington at Detroit CN'i New York at Cleveland (N) National League \V. L. Pet. G.B. get underway at about 1 p.m. That match will continue until a winner can be determined. If one is a golf ian, then the gi I finals are a must on the list. Women are proving to be A hardy flex after the gruelling play In the first three days of »0 degree plin temperature. The temperature proved to be real tough Wednesday a§ several of the \\onipn had to default. The gals teemed to be able to navigate the course In fairly good shape with no one keeling 30 '.'9 29 31 32 27 33 .b'50 .0% 540 .492 ,175 .45(1 12 .104 14'a .393 ^^l^ 9'» 10' a Pittsburgh Milwaukee San Frani 1 ' Cincinnati St. Louis Los Angeles Chicagi ''; ?A PhilacUphia 2<4 27 Wednesday Result* Pittsburgh 5, f-t. Louis 0 A'Mwaukee 7, San F. ..u-isco 4 Los Angeles al Cincinnati, '(ppd, rain) Philadelphia 7-6, Chicago 6-3 j (1st game completion of Tues-| day's suspended 8-inning 2nd 1 game) Thursday Games St. Louis at Pittsburgh (Ni San Francisco at Milwaukee Los Angeles at Cincinmri (N) f icago at Phi.adelphia (N) Friday (tames St. Louis af Philadelp' t (N) Chir-ago at Pittsburgh (N) San Francisco at Cincinnati (N) Los Angeles at Milwaukee (N) Alton's "Golfing Grandmother", Mrs. H. G. Wickenhauser, showed lots of saint in her arduous 22-hole match which sne lost to Mrs. H. G. Jansrn. Mrs. Wickenhauser. looked a little tired following the game, but WHS able to smile. After a short rest she was able to get up a full head of steam and do her duties. She is also the Lockhaven Tournament co-chairman, which also takes up a little o£ her time. The classic scene of the day was a uomaii player strolling Indifferently across number 18 green parrying a red and white striped umbrella over her head with one hand and with the other a putter. Come sun or rain une was going to putt. Miss Barbara Slobe, Waukegan, who won the title in 1958,' says the greens at Lockhaven are huge. In fact, the 20-year-old golfer said "On one green I was so far away from the hole that I needed a driver to get near it." Most of the women agree, the largeness of the gitens make three putting almost a habit. nnH Piivmnjiti upn> . " V "«" ", """"" Mrs. H. G. .lunsen, Effingham. de- ana ununndii \\iii Braves 4. Badgers 4 (called at feated Mrs. H. G. Wickenhauser. rained out. Friend gave up only one extra- base hit— Daryl Spencer's second- inning double — and didn't walk a man while winning his third in of (our innings due to raini. I.eiiKiif Reels 4. Godfrey 1. (called al end i ; M ^; d ^ Alton. 1-up. 22 holes. FIRST FLIGHT CONSOLATION Mrs. Paul O'Nell, Alton, defeated F. Greeley, Springfield, consolation bracket by losing to|a row for a 9-3 record of lour innings due to raini. Sam Snead won his 104th ma- Mrs. H. C Vance, Champaign, de- fciited Mrs William Leach. Ouquoln. ior American Legion team defeated the Edwardsville squad, 6-1, in a game played here Wednesday. Jim Blackledge hurled the East Alton equad to the win. allowing only two hits and striking out 10. Gordon Hill was the hitting star Albert seckcl. Peorlu. de-| f(J|- tne winners, getting two hits. Miss Nancy Lundstrum, Spring-; T' 11 ' Curds' Larry Jackson i9-7> jor noil victory when he won the I1 V JU ' C . (1 . Mrv Billie Cl Harper, scott'one a triple which drove in two .runs in the first inning. ! The East Alton squad now has a field, l-up. 21 holes. lost his second in a row— both 5-0'DeSota hakes Open at Sarasola. In the first flight, both Alton decisions — after winning eiuht Fla.. in March. entries lost. Mrs. H. G. Wickenhauser. lost a heart breaker on the 22nd hole to Mi*. H. G. Jansen, of Effingham, 1-up. Mw. George Bassford. also an Alton entry dropped her match to Mrs. F. A. Torrey. Pekin. 3 and 2. Alton women are still in the running for titles in other! flights. Altouiaiih Battle The Alton women battled it, out in the second flight and Mrs. ! Mathes Stern defeated Mrs. Lee| Wrest, 1-up on the 19th hole. This : is the second straight day for extra holes for both players. Mrs. George Prout. of Alton,; .scored another win in the third' flight action by defeating Mrs. j French Fraker, Champaign. 5 and 3. In other third flight* play, AIi-s. Robert ( hole-in-one i Elliott, defeated Mrs. Thomas Isley. Scott Field. 3 and 2. Mrs. C R. Ditto had to default to Mrs. William Pybas. Edwardsville in her third flight match Mrs. Joseph Nag>. Alton, scored a 4 and 3 win over Mrs. George Wolcott, Lincoln, in the fourth flight and Mrs. Harry A. Stoker, Alton lost to Mi's. Morris Dodd. Hillsboro, 2 and 1. In the first flight consolation bracket, Mrs. Paul O'Neil scored a 4 and 3 win over Mrs. W. F. Greeley, Springfield. Mi's. Charles McLain. Alton defeated Mrs. C. W. Draper 4 and 3 in second flight consolation and Mrs. J. J..Sharkey. Alton, eliminated .Miv Francis , Springfield. 4 and 3. J o s p p h Mui ph\ . Al- Held. 1-up. SLtOND FLIGHT Mr, (, B Cirobe. Scott Field leaicd Mrs H I. C'ruin. Lincoln . ..„ Mrs. Jacob i.einer. Belleville, de-1 record of 4 wins and one loss and feated Mrs IX. R. Jones. Springfield. I up. Mis Stutirt Cline, Paris, defeated Mrs Kdward King, Springfield, 4 and i Mrs Mathes Stein. Altun. defeat-; vj||p ed Mrs. Lee Wrest. Alton. 1-up, 10 holes, Al. SECOND FLIGHT CONSOLATION Mrs Gerry Cooper. Litchfleld. de- ItMted Mrs H. M. Mabry. Hillsboro, fiand r> Mrs Charles McLain. Alton de So far. he's played well over 100 games in three days. He's stroked his immaculate way through to round three of the men's singles — and looks good enough for 100 more. Mulloy's ambition is to carry on like Borotra. "There's something about Wimbledon—I love it." he said. "I'm hoping I shall be in mere playing for another 15 years or so." claims for the 100 meter dash ever will be bettered. "Why, there must be a limit," the slender, blond 23-year-old track star said on return from his record feat in Zurich Tuesday. "After all, it took 25 years to better the 10.2 of Jesse Ovens to my ten flat. It should take at least as long to get below that mark. But I don't believe anybody will run ' faster than ten flat." | will travel to Granite City for a game at b' p.m. Thursday and a 2J p.m. Saturday game at Collins-! tdwardsvllle (1) Player AB R H Frisse Schooke Kublcek East Alton (I) , Player AB R H I i Kubirek i .» i v i... a 11 1, <-» i I u 11, vi t - ' ,, , . | feated Mrs. t W Draper. Hillsboro< jcnaake ! 4 and :i nrilil . , Mrs AiihurVu«i Urbatui defi-al Paprotn •. ed Mrs Kohen l.ambei-ion. Srott ' Tielil 7 and ."> Mrs I .1 sluukes. Alum. ilele<u- Yos eil Mrs HaiK'Ls Shuslei Spring field 4 .end I THIRD I 1.10 HI Mrs \\illiHin Pyhas. t d« <n d»\ ille nun on .1 di'lrfillt b\ Mrs l R Dilio. Alton Mrs deortse Hmul Alton deleft i-il Mis l-ieiHh H.ikei I h.mipaign : "i and :t. Mi.s Wendell Wolillord hd \\-iiriU\ille ileleated Mrs I'lini Law less. Bai.iv IH 1-up Mis Ruben l-.llloit Alion ' deleui eil Mrs Thiniiiis Isley Si-oti Field a .<nd 'i THIRD I-LIGHT CONSOLATION 4 I 0 Haynes 1! 0 0 Nis'tz .! o 1 Evans .ion Black'dge 1 o 1 Cobb :i o o Hill .' (i (i Frailer .i (i n Huusman 412 401, 3 l Ui Men's Defending Champ Wins First State Match J 0 o Black'due 'J 0 o o ii 3 •> 2\ SAVOY, 111. (AP) — Defending L' 0 1 o o • champion Bob Scherer of Decatur, Jouls IM 1 an easy first round winner, took Mt. round — — — i on veteran Pursie Pipes of "' b 'Vernon today in the second i ed Bruce Houdek of Glen Ellyn, 3 and 2: Norando Nannini of Highwood, who eliminated Henry Cripps of Tinley Park, 2 and 1, and Mike Stolarik of Waukegan, Chicago Hosts Women 9 s Open CHICAGO (API—After 23 j of the Illinois Men's Amateur Golf.' wh ° downed Larry Wood of Salem, Tournament. ;3 ^'d '-. Scherer advanced Wednesday on| Other »**»** a 5 and 4 victory over Mike Anderson of Jacksonville, while riisim«pH nf Ken Wood o f disposed of Ken \\ood of the Women's Western Open Golf ; Aurora. 1 up. Tournament returned to the Bev-^ Morning and afternoon 18-hole \rrV*\i]i^r i VrattTe'y"' w r.ii > ohJTc'd. .erly Country Club today with some rounds over the par 72 University defeated Mrs \llle. ."> and 4 A L: Nold. Kdward». |0f , he finest ( . l]en , in , he Mrs. Joseph Murphy Aium de-i golfing world in the field of 110. i day. Quarter and semi feated Mrs i-.d«n, Jones, vanduita. Be(sy Raw|s ^ Q TOll6Cted $26> . rounds will be played Friday, 7^4 a s tiie leading money wimier , ,„.„ . . n. n, . of Ifti9 and who is the Western i Mr». waiiei s<i\agu I'hainp.utin won a default by Mis (.01 dun ! smith. Alton i Mrs William MuhienbiocK Mur O|)en defending champion, led 30 physbuio. won a delaull bs Mrs ' : Richard Hudson. Alton FOURTH FLIUH1 Mrs Joseph Nugy Alton deieat ed MIS , 4 Mi? k3 ida »on on a Illinois course were on tap to- semi-final with the 36-hole championship match set for Saturday. Another match today Jim Johnson, Galesburg, vs Tom Farrell, Jacksonville; Dean Ref- ram, Bensenville vs Ray Kimpel, Urbana; Ed Moehling, Mt. Prospect, vs Dick Essenpreis, Urbana; Lou Rosunova, Chicago, vs Mike Louis, E vans ton, John Cleland, Chicago, vs Jim Jumieson, Moline; Denny Currier, Rockford, vs Gerald Spesia, Joliet; Paul Womack vs LJoyd Pitzer, Chicago; professionals into the start of the medalist ,'ohn Morell of Elgin 72-hole medal play.. Miss Rawls is against Joel Hirsch of Highland John Sjestrom, Flossiroor vs Jer pitted !py Boedeweig, Aurora; Martin Stanovich, Chicago, vs Mike To- Kankakee; Dick Zammer, WINNING PAIR Here is the team that uon the Jerome Alsliuler trophy, symbolic ot the best low net scores, in state amateur j;oli tournament tor women at Lookhaven Country Club. A ttvo»ome must represent the same club. Here Mrs. Cal -Sell, left, and Miss Sharron ton, defeated Mrs,. Edgar Jones, .Morau pose with the traveling tray they won \Vednes- ueorue Wok-ott Lincoln. 'defending the title she won \n|Park. Hirsch eliminated Nello r chicago vs J. L. Farlander, Kan- Hutu vit-ioi Lincoln Seattle last year against 135 of the! Campagiu ^ of Highwood, 3 and 1, [kakee; Bob Dredge, Galesburg, default by MIS waiter! nation's top pros and amateurs, in the first round and Morell V s Mike Stolarik, Waukegan; Nor- Mrs oi-rts 0 Dodd.' Hiiisboiu de -j including Mickey Wright, twice i ousted Fred Vicmi of Ottawa, 3 ^^0 Nannini, Highwood, vs Russ i' >e a'ifd | Nlr * Hdrn A Stokei Allon -Women's National Open chain- 1 and 2. Johnson, Rockford; Ray Cham- Mrs Anna Cohen. Liichtieid. de- pion. ; Tha'ee other forme.- Illinois ama- i berlin, Ubertyville, vs Stan Paw- leated Mrs H S. Frazier. Effing- i — hum. 4 and 3. FOURTH FLIGHT CONSOLATION Mis Lewis Squibb. Vandalia. won a default by Mrs Ruth Tolius/ls. Kankakee Mrs Aurulif liuodilch btult -ield Mrs Edwin Lever- ich. L'rbana. 2-up '18i teur champions who moved into lowski, Aurora; Jerry Thomas, Mrs. Robert Doraiire. spnngfieid. i second round play are Bob defeated Mrs. Gene Dycus. Van dalla b and 5 Mrs. Isadore Schulinian Vandalui, defeated Mrs Irene Houser Litch- fleld 2-up. Dredge of Galesburg, who defeat- Springfield, vs Mike Gianessi, Pekin. VandaJia. J and 4 in third flight consolation Als>u in that flight, Mrs. Guidon Smith. Alton won by default from Mrs. Walter Savage. Champaign. Mrs. Richard Hudson . Alton, defaulted to Mr*. William Mohlenbrock, Murphysboro. day. The tuo are trom Aurora.—Staff Photo. l«v» Bluegill Cr*ppi» C«tfi$k BLUE RIDGE LAKE WHIN* tM WCNIC tH Miiw V*e.tMd f, MUM Norttirf - ^ ROLLER SKATING LESSONS Classes now open for oil ages — Beginners or Advanced IMPROVE YOUR SKATING ICELAND, Inc. 251 S f. Uwy. 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