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5 Hits, 5 Homers For Harlem Prep 1 De» Mejnfi Re Fri., Juty 21, Iflt 3-$ 66 BY N1CKLAUS JN RECORD ASSAULT ON FIRESTONE COURSE SUEBERNING, MANN IN FRONT K1AMESHA LAKE, N.Y. H ARLAN OWNS its first sectional high school baseball title (AP)-; 22f USILm'ir.SS and two reasons why catcher Bid Munchrath. Wageman, who'll be a senior this fall, had five hits in 11 sec- tlonaj tourney at-bats, and all of them were home runs. lie unloaded two homers against Andnbon, one each agatott Elk Horn-Klmballton, Atlantic and Orlswold to ac- cooat for 14 rani. In addition, he hurled 21 of the 25 innings Harlan played, striking out 21 and allowing 16 hits. A right-hander, he's 10-3 for the season while the Cyclones are 12-12 over-all, 10 of the setbacks coming In the tough Iowa-Nebraska League. Munchrath, also a junior, owns a 13-game hitting streak In which he's been hitting at a .558 clip. During the sectional he batted .667. /COLORADO Football Coach Eddie Crowder and Mis- boss Norm the featured STar*T«5= = 573LS- JTTSSS lead in the first round of the souri basketball Stewart will be speakers at the Iowa High School Athletic Association's annual summer coaching school at Spirit Lake Aug. 8-8. Others on the program Dew ey Halford, football coach at Morningisde College, and Phillip Callicut, trainer at Iowa State, along with high school coaches Don King of Washing ton of Cedar Rapids ball), Chuck Silvey, Tech Des Moines (track), Wayne Phillips, Clinton (football), and Dave Harty, Eagle Grove (wrestling). A ROUND THE STATE-Ed Sawvell, one of six Wilton Junction players named to the all-Eastern Iowa Hawkeye Conference baseball team, wound up his career with a no- hitter recently against University High of Iowa City. Sawvell hasn't allowed an earned run in conference play in two seasons. . . . Central DeWltt's 32-2 victory over Lost Nation apparently Is the highest score ever recorded la • sectional tourney game. DeWitt's runs came on 16 hits, 18 walks and seven errors ... St. George of Lansing, which later was eliminated by Decorah, got one of the sectional tourney's top pitching performances from Ken Buege. Against Postville, Buege recorded every out by fanning 21 foes while hurling a one-hitter ... Burlington's Mike Nelson, who won the state junior golf tourney a year ago, has accepted a scholarship to Memphis State University JKB 136,000 Ladies Professional Golf- r*h nf ers Association championship, 'the richest women's golf tour- ent. Betsy Rawls, looking for her first victory this year, fired four birdies on the finishing nine for a 71 and third place over the 6,206-yard Concord Hotel course. Kathy Whltworth was next with 72, followed by Merle Undstrom Breer at 73 and Sandra Spustch and Marlene Hagge at 74. U.S. Open champion Donna Caponi shot 76 and defending champion Sandra Post soared to an 60. Miss Mann, who has won virtually every title except this one in nine years as a pro went out in 33 and was even- par coming in. She has never even shared the lead in this tournament be fore. Tour Director Lenny Wirt said $1,000 had been taken from the purse of Wednesday's pro am and allocated for this championship, making it the richest ever in women's golf. STROKE LEAD TO HENDERSON By Kevin Hellyer Des Moines' Bill Henderson carded a three-under-par 68 and led the first round of the Iowa Schoolmen's golf tournament at Grandview Thursday. Defending champion Jim Mitchell of Des Moines fired a 89, followed by Richard Vig- naroli of Des Moines and Carroll's Bill Evans with 70's. Henderson, a mule teacher at Lincoln High School who won the tournament in 1967, •hot Identical rounds of 34. Albia's Don Roseberry, Mike Horton of Altoona, and Carlisle's Joe Peck, stand tied for fifth at 71 while Larry Sowder of Des Moines Is eighth at 72. The final round starts today at 5 a.m. with medal play and flight divisions. The Leaders CHAMPIONSHIP PLIOHT Liechty Out, ButBigField /n Sam Golf i| By Chuck Burdlck The battle for the 1969 Herman Sani Open golf title begins today at Hyperion with the first of two 18-hole qualifying rounds. A field more than of 200 •RAD SCHUCHAT Last wtater'i Open carried a $35,000 and first Burdtae's purse of prize of Wilcox, Mitchell 65's Top Classic AKRON, OHIO (AP) - Long- hots Terry Wilcox and Bobby Mitchell each fired a five-under-par 65 and led a massive scrambled to a 69 and was tied I with nine others at that figure, I gouty Mitcheii n.~e~~~:,~~i r< n lf.»<, Ace/vnl. Tarry.Wilcox The Leaders Professional Golfers Association champion Julius Boros, Lee Trevino and U.S. Open title assault Thursday in the first holder Orville Moody all had found of the $125,060 American |71's. Golf Classic. In all, 27 sub-par rounds were \ ashioned on the tough sn .. th j Steve Spray of Indianola, la., Tarry Wilcox jack Nkklaui Ray Fjpyd .... Steve Reid .. Bart Greene Tom Nleoort* 5—67 charlat Paul Hi wney a 39-34-73 and was tied O'f'ii'i 1 '!, 15 others. course at the Firestone Country | JJ,* eft€fl AdvartC€8 ~ a 7,180-yard layout that never before had been treated so roughly. The previous record for sub-par rounds on the course was 16. Wilcox and Mitchell were just one stroke off the course mark and held a one-stroke lead on In Swiat Tourney GSTAAD, SWITZERLAND (AP) — Marty Riessen of Evanston, 111., defeated Thedy Stalder of Switzerland, 8-2, 6-0, in the third round of the Gstaad Open tennis championships Thursday. Rosemary Casals of San Francisco beat Kristy Pi- m« chl Chi Rodriguez i Peter townsend Frank Beard Gardner Dickinson • xermlt Zarlay Bobby Cola .. .. . Phil Rodteri Monty Ka»er Lou Graham .. Cay Brewer ... ave Hill ion January -.fyg .... HivtiMeB era±w Jack Nick i ~ .-P=*C* * «. laus, who had a 66. «e*». iob Manton '•It ack *n Oav. jm G Dava Marr Ken Still .. . . Herman Kalter •n owan olt . iMntat* :helb«rf rter -*( SNEAD LEADS CANADA OPEN MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA (AP) - Veteran Sam Four others were tied at 67 - ^ 3 ' ^Z^^ ° f te iS5£fe:. : :"' Women S Singles. sam Carmlchael ' tee Trevino i Richard Martinez . . ; John 5chl«« Lea Elder ob Lunn .Ob Murphy lale Irwln M—7 approach 1AM 1NIAO Bert Greene, Tom Nieporte, Steve Reid and Ray Floyd. But troubled Arnold Palmer stumbled to a fat 75. He misled 10-foot putts on the first three holes, three putted the fourth and fifth, and took 4 to get down from the fringe at the sixth. Frank Beard, the pre-tourney favorite, and Masters champion George Archer were in a large group at 68. Dave Hill, winner of three of his last four starts, Storm Lake Swim Crown to Spencer (Tha Remitter'! lowl Nawi Service) I STQRM LAKE, IA. - Spencer won its fourth straight meet by romping to the Storm Lake Invitational Swimming championship Wednesday night with 296 points. Sac City was second with 198, followed by Storm Lake, 190H; Cherokee, 178ft; and Emmetsburg, 175. . aHubert Green Larry Ileolcr jack Mom9om»ry R.H. Slke» .Pott :H h-" 1H& 8« 37-J4-71 <&v )ean Refram .. )aie Doujias . lomero Kline** )ruc«/Cr«mpton Serf Yanetv ... Jtefcty CupO Snead, hitting shots with pre- c i s i o n, plastered the Pinegrove course with a five-tin* d e r-p a r 67 Thursday to set up a one-stroke lead in the opening round of the $125,005 Canadian Open golf championship. The 57-year-old West Virginian finished early and let the younger element struggle in vain all day to catch up. The closest to make it was 28-year-old Chick Evans of Northbridge, Mass., now in his third year on the tour. Evans finished with nines of 33-35 for uiq mi Seven had 69 totals. They m-i^'JoX*' eluded two upstart Canadians, ?o"nnnv*|i«vtn» Vaughan Trapp, 25-year-old son of a Victoria, B.C., pro, and Jack Bissegger, a pro from Montreal's Richelieu V^IKcy Club. With them wore Tony Jacklin, British Open champion from England; Dave Bollman of Norfolk, Va., a newcomer on the tour; Jim Grant of Atlanta; Larry Mowry of Las Vegas, Nev., and Roberto de Vicenzo, the Argentine veteran. "It's the first round in a long time that 1 haven't three-putted," said Snead. "And if 1 had been a hot putter out there I would have, been under 67." Evans had five birdies in his tour and missed par only at the 16th where he three-putted from 25 feet. THE LIADERS Sam Snead Chick Bvaru Vauahan Trapp Roberlo d»Vkenlo Tony Jacklln . . . Dave Bollman .. Jack B!s»eq«r . Jim Grant Larry Mowry Le» Palerson .. ' Al Balding ...... W« EMI) iBoMv Gilbert ' Maione Woe J»rry Mallield .... Paul Moran Jtrry Abtjot ... Bob Charles pouo Sanderi — Don Cntrry Fin Sorcnson Tommy Aaron Jlmmv. DM ...... Juan Nerl George Knudson J3-J5-6I 35-|*-6» M-3V-*} 35-J4—4* 35-M--4* J4-33-A? 35-35-70 J5-3S-70 3«-34--70 M-J4-70 J4-3A-70 36-3*- 70 . 35-3S-70 , 34-S-70 35-J4--7I 37-34—71 . 37-34-7) JMS--/1 37-V.-71 ' johnny Ken Fulton jack Ewina Jim Plcard SlirRl . 35-36-71 M-3J-71 . 3A-J5— 71 . 34-J7-71 M-33— 71 . 3&5-71. . 34-37-71 38-3J-71 ..JS-3J-71 J5-3i-71 $5,200. A record of 63 entries will be cut to the low 40 and ties after today's round for the final 36 holes. THI LEADERS itno ASHE BREEZES INCLAYTENNIS INDIANAPOLIS, IND. (AP) - Top-seeded Arthur Ashe and defending champion Clark Graebner gained quarterfinal singles victories Thursday in the National Gay Court Cham Ashe defeated Tom Edlefsen of Fort Walton Beach, Fla., 6-4, 84, and Graebner beat Patricio Coroejo of Chile, 64, 8-2. The top foreign seed, Zeljto Fraunlovic of Yugoslavia, ad. vwced with a 4-4, 84, 14 vie- tory over Jim McManui, bat BUI Bowery of Australia, fell to Charlie PasareU of Puerto Stan Calif., Smith of Pasadena, beat Jaime Flllol of amateurs and professionals is e n t e r e d and. only one thing is certain — a new champ will be crowned. John Liechty of Marshalltown, who won last year by five strokes over Des Moines' Brad Schuchat, won't be playing. He bypassed the event to compete in the Broadmoor Invitational tourney in Colorado Springs. But just about every other top name in Iowa golf circles will' compete including Schuchat, the state amateur champion, and Iowa Masters champ 3111 Heldmar of Des Moines. Four past champions, professionals Joe Brown of Des Moines and Max Shelton of Waterloo and Des Moines amateurs Floren DiPaglia and Sarg Fontanlni, are entered, and a fifth, Grinnell pro Larry Crawford, Is expected. All gotten will shoot 18 holes either today or Saturday with the low 38 amateurs and ties Joining the professionals in Sunday's 3thole finals. One feature of the Saturday's plan will be a foursome of University of Iowa golfers, who tee off at 10:40 a.m. It includes Schuchat, Tom Ughtner of Newton, former state amateur champ Jim Carney of Centerville and Bob Mulert of Dubuque. The pro entries stood at 18 Thursday afternoon, including Cedar Rapids' Don Bergman, who was second in the Masters meet at Ames last weekend. U.S. LEADER SANDHAMAN, SWEDEN (AP) — Charles Shumway of Providence, R.I., moved back into the over-all lead in the world 8.5-meter yacht cham- Marga Maitari jj-w—71 lyKimball 3»SENIOR CROWN TO GRAND VIEW Grand View rallied for three runs in the sixth inning Thursday night to clinch a 6-2 victory over Highland Park at Blrdland for the Iowa Section 4 Senior League baseball title. Jimmy Gray twirled a four- hitter for Grand View, strikinj out 10 before he was relieved by Mike Collins in the seventh John Olson and Mike Mitchell each contributed two hits to Grand View's 11-hit offensive. South Des Moines, whipped Fort Des Moines, 4-1, In the consolation game. Grand View will meet Mar shalltown Saturday night for the state championship. aw""""" 1-1 1 CTv« and Roth lint 5 Johnston Errors BoottCarli8lc,9-6 Five Johnston errors and 10 walks helped Carlisle to a 9-6 Heart of Iowa Conference baseball victory at Johnston Thursday night. Randy Clarkson homered for Johnston with no one on in the seventh inning. Chile, M, 84, in a match held up nearly three hours by rain. Nancy Rlchey, going for • seventh straight women's singles title, beat Marie Ayala of Puerto Rico, 6-1, M, to gain the quarterfinals. Argonne Wins In Legion, 10-0 Argonne-Dowling parlayed Tom Tlppini' one-hit pitching and • Wat attack into a 1M victory in five innings over BaWwin-PatUrson East Tburf- day night in the District I ft na f a ' tjj thf American Region htat*all tournament at East. Tipplns, who collected two lingUsT "truck wt ll **& walked lust one. Tony Wo- rlotta had two doubles, Mike Noble • triple and Mike Vacco two singles. Argome-Dowllng will battle Ottumwa, the District 6 champion, Sunday at J p.m. at PeUa. pionship Thursday by placing second in the sixth race. The final race will be held today. METS SIGN COTTON NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Billie Joe Cotton, a slugging catcher from Arizona State University, was signed Thursday by the New York Meti and assigned to the team's farm club in Visalia, Calif. FORUM BOUT LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (AP) — Bantamweight chara- uion Lionel Rose of Australia and Ruben Olivares of Mexico City have signed for an Aug. 22 fight at the Forum. 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