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»•"• Oryer Grabs Iowa Open Tennis Title By Ron Maly (Register Staff Writer) CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. - It took just one year for Randy Dryer to go from collapsible to unbeatable in the Iowa Open tennis tournament. Dryer won an all-Iowa City final from Rick Larew, 6-2, 6-3, Friday in the boys' 18-and-under singles division. "I played in the same division here last year," the 5-foot 6-inch, 145-pounder said, "and got beat in the first round." Randy will be a senior at Iowa City High School in the fall and Larew will be a junior at West High. They practice against each other regularly, but Friday's match marked the first time they had met in tournament competition all summer. 2nd 1969 Title It was the second championship of the season for Dryer, who won the 18-and-under title earlier this summer at Fairfield. "I've been playing real well the past two weeks," Randy, said. "If I had to pin-point anything, it would have to be improvement in my net game." Dryer was seeded No. 2 and Larew was unranked. Rick couldn't recapture the form which sent him past top-seeded Bob Vane of Cedar Rapids in Thursday's semifinal round. Craig Hukill of Cedar Rapids, who jolted No. 1-seeded Mark Parker of Camanche Thursday, completed an upset surge in the boys' 16 division with a 6-4, 7-9, 6-2 decision over Ed Lamb of Cedar Rapids in the title match. "I played Ed in a tournament at Keokuk last week," Hukill said, "and he beat me." Hukill is a 5-11, l^pounder ' who won't start his first year of high school until next fall. "At least I weighed 140 before today's match began," Hukill said. "Now I probably weigh 120." Top-seeded Jim Houghton of Iowa City whipped Ron Hamilton of St. Louis, 6-2, 6-4, for the boys' 14 title. Wilkinson Wins Susan Briggs of Rock Island, 111., captured the girls' 14 championship with a 6-2, 6-0 cruise past Lisa Von Carolpwitz of Dubuque, and Teresa Quirk of , Waterloo won in girls' 16 with a 6-3, 7-5 decision over Barb Kunnert of Dubuque. The top four men's singles seeds,-headed by Steve Wilkinson of Iowa City, advanced to the quarterfinal round in the first.day of adult action. Wilkinson, playing here for the first time since winning the 1962 title, lost just three games while whipping two foes. He beat Irv Donasky of Galesburg, III, 6-0, 6-2, in the first round, then checked Roger Furman of Bettendorf, 6-1, 6-0, in the second round. Defending champion Mike Sprengelmeyer of Dubuque, who is seeded No. 2, sailed past Bill Carrithers of Cedar Rapids, 6-1, 6-2, and later beat Dale Leprovost of Dubuque, 6-1, 6-0. Beth Stock Upset Mike's brother, Bob, who is seeded No. 3, also won two matches in straight sets but No. 4-ranked Tom Gray of Waterloo had to struggle before nudging Steve Houghton of Iowa City, 6-8, 6-3, 8-6, in the second round. Unseeded Kathy Fletcher of Des Moines upset No." 2-ranked Beth Stock of Grundy Center, 6-4, 8-6, in the second round of women's singles. Top-ranked Mona Schallau of Iowa City moved past Tina Robinson, 6-2, 6-1, in the second round after receiving a bye in the first round. Kinsman Wins 3 Track Events Craig Kinsman of Jefferson won three events and Ken Branman, Keith Bell and Nancy Dickson each won two in the Iowa Amateur Athletic Union All-Comers track meet at North Friday night. Kinsman captured the .shot put,'discus and hammer throw. Miss Dickson won the women's 220 and 100-yard dashes. Branman was the victor in th« long jump and triple jump, setting a record of 46 feet 3 inches in the triple jump. Bell won the 220 and 100 for men. THE WINNERS Field «v«ntj — long lump — Ken Branman, Eagle Grove, 21-5; triple lump — Ken Branman; 46-3 (record, old mark 43-2); shot puf —Craig Kinsman, Jefferson, 44-5; hammer throw — Kinsman, 99-2; Javel n — Dan Hanna, D.M., 177-0, (record, old mark 166-2); high lump — Join Bowen, D M., 5-7; discus — Kinsman, 152-2. Running events — 2-mlle walk — Butch Hammer, D.M., 17:28.4; mile — Terry- Kline, Ames, 4:38.7; MO hiah hurdles — Dave Eldahl, Rlchland, :16.4; 100 - Keith fell, Norwalk, :10. .(ties record); 100 Fwomen) - Nancy Dickson, D.M, : 12 5; 440 — Chuck Clark, U.M., :54.7; 880 (women) — Janet Hunerdasse. Fair-field, 2-497; veterans mile — Merle Dlment, DM, 5-238; 3,000-meter steeple chase — Larry Lockhart, Ames, 10:28.6; 220-Keith Bell. Norwalk, :24.4; 220 (women) - Nancy Dickson, :29.9; BSD-Ores Dewier, Ames. 2:01.9; two-mile — Malcom Robinson, O.M., 10:21.1. Iowa 0 AT CEDAR RAPIDS Men's Singles ,,f! r «' f»«n« - st«v« Wilkinson, Iowa S««., July U, 1949 DES MOINES REGISTER 3-8 i • Course Mark to Nicklaus With Second 66 fee?/ tHouflhTon. .«£**' ••«'"• Romof Pletcher, e-4, 4-1; Aft Sprenae meyer LeProvost, 6-1, «-0; Bail baa' "• WrlqW, M. Women'* Singles • ril round - TlnaRoblnwn, Creston, beat .Nancy Nelson, Davenport, 9-7, 4-2 6-2> Betty Grelner, Davenport, baat Krii Swope, Cedar Rapids, 6-3, 6-1; Katy Flat- S u 4-1 4*4 Griffin, Sioux Falls. Quarterfinal round - Kathy Walsh, mafia, beat Grelner, (-3, 6-2j Mona ihallau, lowa city, baat Robinson, 6-2, 1; Judy Thompson, Davenport, teat »renda CoflleldV Oavenoort, M7M; Fletcher beat Beth Stock, Grundy center, 4-4, fl'Oi Boy*' Singles beat Ron Hamilton, St. Louis, l-t, 4-4. ' ., . 18-AND-UND1R Final round — Randy Dryer, lowa City, beat Rick Larew, lowa City, 4-2, 6-3. Girls' Singles _, , 14-AND-UNOeH. Flna round — Susan Brjjni, Rock Island, III., beat Lisa Von Carlowiti, Dubuque, 6-2, 6-0. 14-ANO-UNDiR • .., beat Barb r*, Waterloo, i, 6-3, 7-5. Boys' Doubles _, . 14-AND-UNDBR Final round — Jim Houqhton-Tom Nape), lowa city, beat Ron Hamilton, St. Louis-Mike Skasldas, Rock Island, III., 7-5, 14-AND-UNDBR Final round — Ed Lamo-CraW Hukill, Cedar Rapids, baat Joh Aldrlch-Pete Mazula, Cedar Falls, 6-4, M. 18-ANO-UNDBR Final round — Bill Carrlthars • Bob Vane, Cedar Rapids, beat Tom Naqel- Bruce Nagel, lowa City, 6-2, 6-2. Girls' Doubles 14-AND-UNDtR Final round — Lisa von Carlowltz-Mas- ale Lee, Dubuoue, baaf Bath Zallnskas- Amy Lee, Dubuque, 6-2, 6-3. 14-AND-UNPER ! Final round — Barb Kunnert, Dubuque- j Chart Mlxdorf, Waterloo, baaf Julie Ross-1 Cherry Ross, lowa City, 4-1, 6-0. j SCHAUMBERG WINS TITLE Mike Schaumberg beat Jack Silverman, 6-4, 6-7, to win the men's singles title in the All- City tennis tournament at Birdland Friday. MEN Slnfles — Jack Silverman' baat Harlan Wlttensteln, 4-3, 6-1; Silverman beat R. G. ---— •' •- •" Mika Schaumbera u'miMcCollum beat Buss - Stokstad, 6-3, 4-4; McClain - Shay beat Hlcks-Wlcklitl, 6-0, 6-0. Slnales — Mark We's'sflnq baat Geoff Gray, 6-1, 6-1; REGISTER PHOTO Still a Hot Shot at 77 Harold Hesse, 77, of Davenport, shows Register and Tribune traveling trophy he won with Iowa Open amateur handicap championship Thursday, breaking »8 of 100 clay targets from 23^-yard post. Hesse was president of Iowa State Trapshooting Association for 18 years. Thursday's event-was dedicated in his honor. Singlet — Dl Sample, 4-3, i-1. OYS 17-11 Ic Dorrweller beat .Tom .Sln^^M^k^aMiin^b.^G.of, Jon Pick- - - M5r°k Y? -' M * ssrii'ii: 11 $1 DouHlas - Bill Nutt-Mark Wassllng baat Fritz Gary-Geoff Gray, 6-i 6-3; Stave Kiaan-Dlck McDonald baat Doue Zalatal- Hoss 6-2, (.0. BOYS 13-14 Sing las — Max Olson baat Tony Lea, 6-0, • Olson baat Singles — Roger Knapp baat ; Karl Stun- dins, 10-7; Jeff Chapman baat Mark Long, 10-9; Roger James baat David Hokanson, 10-7; Jama* beat Chapm in , 10-4. _ Doubles — stundlns-Knapp baat Parry- Nlelson, 10-7; B. Sandqulst-R. Travis baat Van Why-Zarley, 104. WOMEN Singles — Nancy Roland beat Kay Anderson, 6-3, 6-1. GIRLS 15-14 Doubles - Joan Grlfflth-Dabbla Stetson beat Hayes-Ransom, 6-3, 6-3. OIRLS 13-14] Singles — Jeanna Thybara baat Susan Johnson, 6-1, 6-1; Bath Bryant baat Sue Harris, 6-4, 6-3; Pattl Frealand baat Sally Millar, 6-1, 6-2; Fraaland baat Bryant, 6-4, '"Doubles - Bryant-Fraaland baat Kelfar- Wheeler, 4-2, 6-1. OIRLS 12-AND-UNDER SingM* — Joy Rablnowlti baat Julia Rablnowltz, no score available. Doubles — Larson-Hartiar baat Anderson- Clason, 194. BOONE'S BIG RACES OPEN (The Register's Iowa News Service) BOONE, IA. - The fifth sup e r stock Grand National championships will be held at the Boone Speedway tonight and Sunday night. Time trials, which start at 7:30 o'clock, and three heat races will be held each night. Tonight's program also consists of "A" and "B" features. The 50-lap championship race, in which the winner pockets $750, will be Sunday night. Entries include Darrell Dake of Cedar Rapids in a 1967 Fairlane; Ole Brua, Albert Lea, Minn., in a 1969 Ford Torino, and Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., a U.S. Auto Club competitor. Girls to Begin District Tourney Strong teams from Rembrandt and Twin Rivers of Bode were assigned Friday to the same tournament as Iowa girls begin high school soft- Sail district meet action today. Pairings released by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union included Rembrandt meeting Havelock-Plover and Twin Rivers facing Marathon, both at Rembrandt. Wapsie Valley of Fairbank, the 1968 fall champion, will meet Allison-Bristow at Readlyn. Southeast Warren of Liberty Center, the 1968 summer champion, was beaten in sectional play but will oppose Pieasantville in a district game at Milo. JUST A NAME STANTON, DEL. (AP) - C. Blumenfield won the feature Friday at Delaware Park. IS Tie in Hawkeye 100 9 Missouri Shooter Wins ByRiesTuttle (The Register's Outdoor Writer) CEDAR FALLSi IA.-rIt took a lot of gunpowder to decide Friday's championships at the State trapshooting tournament here. When the final shot was fired in the Hawkeye 100 Special 16- yard event, 15 of the 317 shooters were tied with perfect scores of 100. Two Des Moines men were tied at 98 of 100 for the state doubles championship, an event where two clay targets are thrown simultaneously from a single trap and the shooter is given two quick shots to break them. In the first round of the doubles shoot-off, both Lee Hoksbergen and Howard Rankin missed one target. In the next round, Rankin missed another but Hoksbergen shattered both for the title. Rankin was awarded the runner-up trophy. Fabulous Shooting Morris Steinebring of Thawville, 111., had high score in the doubles with a big 99 to win the out-of-state crown. Steinebring missed the last target out of the trap, narrowly missing a run of 200 hits after breaking 100 straight in the warm-ups Thursday. 0 Henry Hein of Lacrescent, Minn., was runner-up to Stei- nebring with a 98. The women's doubles championship, an open event, was won by Laurel Delaney of Anoka, Minn. Class winners in the doubles were Steinbring's brother Roger, with 97, class A; Robert Deitemeyer, of Lincoln, Neb., 95, class B; and Jack Lenz, Lone Tree, 92, class C. Lenz won a shoot-off after tying with A. R. McMillen, Downers Grove, III., and Tom Cupples, Newton. It required 225 rounds in the shoot-off for Eddie Schneider of Freeman, Mo., to shake off 14 contenders for the Hawkeye 100 Open championship. Going into the nightcap were Hoksbergen; Rankin; William Brawer III, Oakfield, Wis.; Don Mackerman, Newton; Charles L.' Delaney, Anoka, Minn.; Morris Steinebring; Leman C. Ames, Chicago, 111.; Henry Reiske, Sterling, 111.; Douglas Carmichael, Des Moines; Art Wegner, Chicago, 111.; John A. Henderson, Nor borne, Mo.; Clifford Lake, Rochester, Hawkeye 100 Special Eddie Schnieder Lee Hoksberoen, man, "Newton, Mo., 100; " liam A. Howard" Rankin, "D.M.] Mar, Freeman, Mo., in, D.M., 100; Willia lli.Wls.,1001 JBon Mi Brawer, Oakfield, L. Del- Morn's" Stelnebrlna,' Thawvlllav III.; Charles L. Delaney, Anoka, Minn., fw; morns arerneonng, inawvmov in., 100; Leman C. Ames, Chicago, III., 100; Wesley Splker, Brashaar, Mo., 99; Henry K. Hein, Lacn temyer, Llnco! •ascent, Minn., 99; >ln. Neb., 99; Dea K .. R. R. Deli., 99;.Dean Johnson Manly, 99; Maurice Gann, Schaller, Clyde Maxwell, Waupun, Wis., 99; Bachhubar, Mayvllla, Wis., 99. Henry Reiske, Starling, III., 100; Douglas Carmlchaaf, D.M. 100; Art Weq- ago. III., 100; John A. ", Mo., 100; Clifford La i., 100; Marvin Pearson, Kan«i», ... laynold Peterson, .Minneapolis, Minn., .99; Jamas Syatly, Jarnum,..^ ner, Chlcai Norborne, J ter, Minn., 100; Reynold Pater Minn., 99; Jamas f— Frank Meyers, Clear ... Henderson, Lake, Roches- r, Minn. sun, u.rvi.r TT; BrUCto Dodge, 99; Gwavna Jai WIs., 99; Herman N.H., 99; James E. Jackson Stelert, Osage Custar Park, III., 99. >a Jensen, i Let/a, ! . Ball, Foi , *9; Paul Whi war Loranian, jarry C. Uar- Fort "•£° i, 99; ort Dodge, 99; ' Willy Love, _. T, Pardeevllle, Wis., 100; William Thurwagner, McCausland, 99, Syl vester Duhachek, Belle Plalne. 98; Paul Standley, Tina, Mo., 91; Or. L. J. Ripp, Omaha, Neb., 98; Johnny Polndaxtar, ut liana* nvu., TB, ^UIHIIIF rviiiMmtiwn Carrolltown, Mo., 98; G. L. Kulander, Du buque, 98; Harold G. Swanson, Armstrong, 98; Gilbert E. Diekman, Thorton, III., 98. Ernest H. Winter, New Orleans, La., 99; Adella B. Reder, Sioux City, 98; E. M Staley, Bowling Green, Mo., 97; Frank Bwol, Grundy Center, 97; Gary O. Spear, Mankato, Minn., 97; Betty Humolt, Bethol, Mo., 97. Raymond Rudlcll, Edlma, Mo., 99; Carl Hays. Washington, 97; Margaret Powell, Traer, 97; Bella H. Franke, Sprlnqtlald, III., 95. State Doubles Championship (SO Pairs Targets) CLASS A Morris Steinebring, Thawvllle, III., '.aerescent, Minn., 98; _-1 Rankin, Thawvllla, Til., 97. Robert Deltemever, Lincoln, Neb., 95; Rex Trimble, Atlantic, 94; Robert Criften- den, Afton, 93; Harold G. Swanson, Arm- Morris Memoorins, niswvmr, Henry K. Hein, Laerescent, Minn., 'Hoksbergen, D.M., 98; Howard D.M., 98; Roeer Stelnebrinq, Th Jack Lenz, CLASS C Lena Tree, 92; A. R. ac enz, en , . . McMillen, Downers Grove, IN., 92; Tom Cupples, Newton, 92; James Christiansen, Madison, Wis., 91. . _ Minn.; Marvin Pearson, Renwick, and Dennis Starr, Pardeeville, Wis. Starr, 14, and classed as a sub - junior shooter, lost the championship shoot-off, but won the Class B title. Wegner was the only shooter who stayed with Schnieder until the final 25-bird round. Adella Reeder of Sioux City, breaking 98 of 100, won the women's title and John Speake, 17, of Keokuk, broke 97 for the junior championship. The class AA and A championships were still in contention at the end of the day's shooting with 13 shooters to decide the winners in today's 200- target 16-yard, championships. Ernest H. Winter of New Orleans, La., won the Class C trophy with a 99. BERNING KEEPS LEADINL,P,G,A, KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. (AP) — Susie Berning continued her blistering pace with a 72 for 142 Friday and grabbed a one-shot lead after the second round of the $36,000 Ladies Prof e s s i o n a 1 Golf Association championship. Mrs. Berning, who shared the first-round lead with Carol Mann after a 70, holed birdie putts of five to 20 feet over the tricky 6,306-yard, par 73 Concord Hotel golf course and stood at four under par. One shot back was Betsy Rawls, who showed flashes of her former glory with a 72. Miss Mann found problems in the rough and slipped to 74 for 144. Tied at 146 were Kathy Whitworth, who also posted a 74, and Marlene Hagge, 72. Newlywed Murle Lindstrom Breer was alone at 149 after a 76. U.S. Open champion Donna Caponi shot 75 for 151. Defending champion Sandra Post bounced back with a 72 after an 80 but was far off the pace at 152, along with Mickey Wright who carded a 75. , , THE LEADERS Susie B ' Betsy R J . . ^ernlng 70-77—142 atsy Rawls 71-72-14; Carol Mann 70-74-^ . M A r J« ne .. t Hagga 74-72- Kathy Whitworth Maria Braar Clifford Ann Gordon Judy Rankin Donna Capon) .. Warllynn Smith 72-74-1 77 74--] Sandra Spuiich .'.' '.'.'.'.:'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 74-78—1 Sandra Palmer 77-73— Sandra Post Mickey Wright Margie Masters Joann Prantlca . 8-7J—1. 77-75—15 71-74—1' 77-77—1, 79-76—i.. 79-76—155 76-79-155 Louise SUBBS .'....' Peggy Wilson Vivian Saunders Garda Whalen '-'ce Kazmlerskl ie Blalock idra Havnle lie Amlzlch 81-76—157 my Zaylchas 77-80—157 ry Mills 78-79-157 LW. E ML Z'-y-iJ? WOMEN- Continued from Page One had to play par. I couldn't play her." Miss Fladoos rebuilt her margin to six shots with pars on Nos. 12 and 13 before she took three straight bogeys, the one on No. 15 costing her a stroke' to Miss Harman. "I chunked a lot on the back nine," Miss Fladoos said. "I looked up on my third shot on No. 16 ... saw the birds instead of the ball." j Miss Lichty, who started the day 10 shots back of the leader, was 'never a serious threat. She dropped a 6-foot birdie putt on No. 3 but dropped a stroke back on the first nine with a 39. Mrs. Corkey Nydle of Ottumwa, the defending champion, won the President's flight in a one-hole playoff with Linda Schelldorf of Marion after both carded 346 over the 72-hole distance. Championship Flight Jacque Fladoos, Dubuque 229-79—308 Sue Herman, Cedar Rapidi 235-78—313 Bobbe Lichtv, Waterloo 239-80—319 Rosemary Mueller, Bettendorf .241-86—327 Linda Rice, Cedar Rapids 249-85-334 Melanie Schiller, Waterloo 251-88—339 Nancy Bailey, Cedar Rapids ... 255-88-343 Eileen Van Horn, D.M. 257-91-348 President's Flight • Corkey Nydle, Qtiumwj 259-87-346 Limia Schelldorl, Marion 261-85—346 Lynn Sandeman, Creston 259-90—349 Mary DeMaranvllle, Sioux City .264-r — Mary Schneider, Sheldon .... Beth Kruger, SIBley _ Cindy Barlow, lowa Falls 268-88-1.. Mardel Allen, Grlnnell 266-95—361 Kathleen Worrell, Perry 266-95—361 Won playoff. Wl Joyce- Kazmlerskl' I!: i!!! i!!!'!! 80-7«54 Jane Blalock 76-80—1 Sandra Havnle 77-79—1 Amle Amlzlch 8)-7i fenny -—•-•--Mar' lebbTe "AusYln ..;.....;;:.; 78-79-157 'am Barnett 76-81—157 Patty Berg 77-80—13; Decathlon Lead To Wanamaker Rick Wanamaker of Drake won the high jump and shot put events in amassing 3,743 points to take the halfway lead in the Iowa Federation decathlon meet at Drake Stadium Friday. Rex Harvey of the Iowa Staters was next at 3,405 and Ray Dunn and Brandt Slay of Drake trailed with 3,127 and 1,838 points, respectively. Wanamaker captured the high jump with a leap of 6 feet 8 3 4 inches and won the shot put a{ 46-2. The remaining five events will be run today beginning at 9 a.m. McGuire Named To Post Again AMES, IA. (AP) - Jack McGuire, swimming coach at Iowa State University, will be one of eight coaches representing the National Collegiate Association on the United States Olympic swimming committee. McGuire, reappointed to his second term, will attend the annual meeting of the swimming committee Aug. 13 in Louisville, Ky. HE'S CRAZY CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Loco Kjd won Arlington's feature Friday. SHOT AHEAD OF MITCHELL AKRON, OHIO (AP) - Jack Nicklaus, his awesome game once again in harness, carded his second straight 66 Friday and stormed into the 36-hole lead in the $125,000 American Golf Classic. Bobby Mitchell, who shared the first-round lead, broke the course record for 36 holes with a two-under-par 68 in the morning for a seven-under-par 133 on the gigantic 7,180-yard par 70 south course at the Firestone Country Club. But that mark stood for only a few hours before falling again in the face of, Nicklaus' assault. He finished at 132. 500-Yard Eagle The Golden Bear, who started the day four under par, drilled in a birdie on the first hole, caught Mitchell with an eagle on the 500-yard par 5 second and went in front with another birdie on the fifth. Frank Beard, one of the most feared competitors on the tour, and Ray Floyd trailed Mitchell at 135. Beard, the No. 3 money winner this year, had a" 67 and Floyd a 68. Gene Littler was alone at 137 after a second-round 69 while host pro Bobby Nichols and Masters champion George Archer were at 138 each after both shot 70's. Terry Wilcox, who shared the first-round lead with Mitchell, went from a 65 to 74 for a 139. •*=» U.S. Open champion Orville Moody carded his second consecutive 71, Julius Boros had a 70 for a 141, and Arnold Palmer rallied with a 68 for a 143. Dave Hill, winner of three of his last four starts, fell back with a 75 for a 144. Final Nine in 30 South African Bobby Cole had one of the most unusual rounds of the day. He was out in 42, but birdied five consecutive holes—10 through 14—and came home in 30, a course record. His 72 gave him 141. Nicklaus, in a slump for several months, wasted no time in his charge at Mitchell, a 26- year-old looking for his first tour victory. Nicklaus put a 9-iron two and one-half feet from the pin on the first hole and sank the putt. He reached the par 5 second hole in two and rammed in a 20-foot putt for an eagle. A 25-foot birdie putt on the fifth gave him the lead, and he was par the rest of the way, matching a bogey with another bird. It took a score of 146 or better to make the cut for the final two rounds. Among those who failed to make it were Australian Bruce Crampton and former Masters champion Bob Goalby. Steve Spray of Indianola, la., had a 75 for 148. THI LEADERS Hairy Situation ffair flies as Stan Smith of Pasadena, Calif., serves Friday during National Clay Court tennis tournament. Smith, ranked third in U.S., lost quarterfinal round match to Charles Pasarrel of Puerto Rico, 2-6, 6-4, 6-2. VVIREPHOTO IAP, SCHOOLMEN'S Ashe Faces TO MITCHELL Pfl * are ?; n Clay Meet Northwest Iowa Amateur, combined 44.4i-.132 lay •ran* BI »ana Littler ....; 48-69-137 Serf Grama 67-70—137 Jobbv Nichols 68-70—138 Gaoraa Archer ««-7o-l38 R. H7 Slkes 71-68—139 Tarry Wilcox . 45-74ll39 'erry Wilcox ..............:.;.' 45-74-i39 Job Stan on 70-69—139 JohnjSchleaJ 71-68—139 ... Pal ,ou Graham iay Brewer I. c. r . Gposie Jim Kan _ .... iter Townsand - Colbert Venturl 49-70—139 49-70—139 70-70—140 " 48-77 70-70- —140 70—140 71-69— K ,.. Vent Don Bals Dava Elchelbarger Paul Harnay Jack McGowan on Massangale >on January iohn Millar _..,., ava Marr 70-71-141. ..SHii Tom Walikopf 4*-73—141 Julius Boros ..., 71-70—141 Tern Nieportt 67-74—141 Phil Rodgars 69-72-ui 71-70-141 By Kevin Hcllyer Jim Mitchell's final 68 gave him a 137 total and a three- stroke • victory in the Iowa ; Schoolmen's golf tournament at Grandview Friday. Des Moines' Mitchell, winner Charlie today's semifinals Pasarell of of last year's tourney and the Rico, an upset winner Smith in quarter INDIANAPOLIS, IND. (AP) — A comeback victory by Arthur Ashe Friday put him into against Puerto over final Stan fivc-under-par total. i First-round leader Bill Henderson of Des Moines slipped to a tic for fourth with a 74 and finished at 142, two strokes behind runners-up Bill Evans of Carroll and Don Roseberry of Albia. Richard Vignaroli of Des Moines, Altoona's Mike Horton and Joe Peck of Carlisle also had 142s. Dick Johnson, also of Des Moines, carded a 68 and jumped from fifteenth to eighth at 143. Quentin Erickson of Iowa City followed with a 144 and Terry Sheesley of Oskaloosa trailed at 146. tennis championships. Clark Graebner of New York and top-seeded foreigner Zeljko Franulovic of Yugoslavia were the quarterfinal winners in the' other bracket of men's singles, and Nancy Richey of San Angelo, Tex., led the field which advanced to the women's singles semifinals. T o p-seeded Ashe, from Richmond, Va., defeated Mike Belkin of Vancouver, British Columbia, 2-6, 7-5, 6-2, while Pasarcll was downing Smith, the No. 3 ranked U.S. player from Pasadena, Calif., 2-6, 6-4, 6-3. Graebner defeated Luis Ayala of Puerto Rico, 6-1 in their 36. who had Bill Henderson, D.M Richard Vlanaroll, D.M. . MiKe norron. Mlfoona ..., Joe Peck, Carlisle ... Dick Jonnson, P.M. Quentin Erickson, Iowa City Terry Sheeslev, Oskaloosa CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT Jim Mitchell, D.M 69-68—137' , . , , -in Evans, ..ano 70-70—140 only set. Avala, ion Roseberrv, Albia 71-69—I40i ,. , , . ., . . ....68-74-1421 played almost three sets in the :.::7°.'7?-J42 ! morning to complete a 10-8, 5-7, ;;::75-68-ijj, 7-5 victory over Allen Stone of ::;;74-72-i46; Australia, retired after the IDS- FLIGHT WINNERS ing set to Graebner, the No. 2 First—Jan McLeland, Albia, and Dave Goss, D.M., 149; second—Dick Fisher, D.M., 149; third-Bill Chambers, Spencer, 154; fourth-Sam Lena, D.M.. 154; Jim Lamson, West D.M., Bill San— _, Altoona, and Len De Camp, Boone. 165; sixth-Jim Muto, D.M., 165; Franulovic scored a surpris- easy 6-2, 6-2 Victory enth — Gorman Long, fcarlhnm, 160; elqhth—George Redden, Albia, 161; ' u;nn ninth-Luther Allen, D.M., 164; renth-Lou won Yacinlch, " " "' -'-••- " • ' • . _ 166,- eleventh Spnggs, D.M.. 173; twelfth—Guv Sutton, DM.. 147: twn»«>nlh~ni'l Wddlnaf*'*, 17? un -F*. Horn - °» ve Wright, D.M., 175; in ,'JXi fourteenth—Don Kororh, West D.M., 183; ,Jojti' t eenttv-L | ovell i| Dlddy, _Mesprvey, 184; DavW I Cliff Richey of San Angelo, who the Western tennis chain- Monday at Cincin- ijri"-": fifteenth-Lovell Dlddv, Meservev, «??- In 'sixteenth—ii m Nuium. D.M, 190; W';i~iji ' enteenlh—George Snider, D.M., C 7n.1i li ' Hanson. Alloona, 197,. .. Ilm.WI-... Paul iondai Ef.nK.5n Fr«* ftoynton 71-72-143 Frad Marti 72-71-143 pick Rhvan 75-48—143 Lea Travlno 71-72—143 Bob Lynn 71-72-143 Oava Stockton. 73-71-144 Stockton 73-71-144 Rudolph 71-73—144 _...« Coody 48-76—144 'rty Ftackman 73-71—144 omaro Blancas 72-72—144 ivaratl vlfant 74-70—144 ohnnv Poll 71-73—144 >0b Shaw 72-72—144 ay HaBjjrt 70-74-144 aya Hill 49-75-144 illy Maxwell 73-71-144 r Jonas 72-72—144 Carrudo 75-70—145 72-73-145 73-72—145 71-74- jrlar Jonas 72-72—144 •on Carrudo 75-70—145 8&m&- ZH? - H| kT,. r n v !'"' v Mr** H*±! I./.1- fe? Ion .,/ . ilnc - 145 7J.70 J^£ '••rbar' '.. .'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 71 -74-145 impball 73-7275-70- ry . - -145 -.70—145 72-73—145 70-7S-US 74-71—145 70-75—145 75-70-145 71-74-145 nati. Richey's sister, Nancy, advanced with a 2-6, 6-0, 6-2 vie- tory over Kerry Harris of TWO Rookies Cut Australia. Other semifinalists From Falcon Squad J£ f cSi ciJSreal of France' JOHNSON CITY. TENN. (AP) - Coach Norm Van Brocklin, taking a close look at all his rookies, made the first Atlanta Falcon squad cuts in ten days Friday when he trimmed running back Tyrone Warren of Livingston College and Linebacker Richard Watts of San Diego State. Forty-three rookies are still on the roster. and Leslie Bourey of Australia. The doubles team of Graebner and Bill Bowrey of Australia advanced with a unique default. One of their opponents, Terry Mozur, of Swaetwater, Tenn., got his draft notice, and although he doesn't have to report to the military until Aug. 24, decided to go home. Snead Stays Hot With 68, Leads by Stroke in Canada MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA (AP) - Sam Snead, 57, gave par another trouncing Friday in the Canadian Open golf championship and at the halfway mark of the 72-hole tournament still held a one-stroke lead. The West Virginian fired a four-under-par 68 for. a 135, nine under the Pinegrove course par. Back of Snead at 136 came Roberto de Vicenzo, from Argentina, who shot a spectacular 67. Les Peterson of Riverside, Calif., came in with a 68 for 138 and third place. Fourth at 139 ft?Alien was Vaughan Trapp of Vic-1Geow s Kr?u r dsbn Waterloo Golf Qualifying Set (The Register's Iowa Naws Service) WATERLOO, IA. - The amateur qualifying rounds for ; the Waterloo Open Aug. 9-10 t«"a, British Columbia, Can- i- Sam Snead Roberto de Vicenzo Les Peterson .. Vauqhan Trapo Al Baldln Tony Jacklln Takaak! Kono Jerry Stevens .... Jim Grant Jack Ewing ... Jim Jamieso/i .. Tommy Aaron ... Doug Sanders Jim Day Chick Evans Rqlf Demlnq Vern Novak Malone Moa .. Jerry Barber Jack THE LEADERS will be played at Byrnes Park Cesar Sanudo 67-48-135 61-67- m 70-68-1J8 69-70- 137 70-70-140 49-71—140 72-48—140 71-70-141 49-72—141 49-72-141 72-49— 141 71-70—141 71-70-141 71-70-141 68-74-142 73-79—142 72-70-142 70-72-142 71-72—143 69-74-143 72-71-143 7J-7I-143 71-72—143 73-70-143 ada, who shot a 70. can qualify on Aug. 1 by contacting Jack Jones at Byrnes Park. Professionals are exempt from qualifying. the front nine, including a 20- Aug 2-3. Golfers participating in the , r r ._.., „ Northwest Amateur at Spencer for a 140. With him were Al two more birdl es but took a 5 Balding of Toronto and Takaski Kono of Japan. Balding had a pair of 70s, and Kono came through with a second round 68. Snead sank four birdies on at the par-4 sixteenth. He missed a hoie-in-one by a whisker at the 150-yard fifteenth. Jim Jamieson of Moline, 111., shot a 69 for a 141 total.

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