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DM MotrtM JUgUHr l.C * * SANI. Canttmied from Page One high wtwb timl clued havoc M He Hjferion come were • Mrnil 'Teiai' day. tin result was Rod overshot tlM green, but his putt from the fringe stopped three inches from the pin and he put it away for a bogey. Just moments earlier, the eighteenth had been a disastrous hole for former Iowa Amateur champion Jim Carney of Centervtlle and Iowa Masters king Bill Heldmar of Des Moines. Tie for Third Carney's tee shot hit a tree and he finished with a five to tie Fontanini for third place at 216. The 20-year-old University of Iowa senior-to-be had come within a shot of Bliss with nine holes to go, but suffered bogeys at Nos. 10 .and 12 to finish with a 73. Meldmar, 28, also was a shot back of Bliss heading home, but four three-putt greens coupled with a double bogey at 18 dropped him to a 77 and 218. George Klnley, 32, a Des Moines driving range operator, finished second to Ramsey la the pro race and fifth over-all with 217. Heldmar and DiPaglia were next at 218. First-round leader Ralph Compiano couldn't keep up his 68 pace. He hit his first tee shot out-of-bounds, took a seven on the hole and finished with an 80-78—226. Glen Mankowski, the former St. Louis University basketball player, was Bliss* closest pursuer after two rounds with • pair of 70's. But he recorded three straight bogeys in the afternoon beginning with No. 5, never got his game in gear and landed at 219 along with ama teurs J. D. Turner and Chris Larsen of Iowa City and Jack Kinley of Des Moines. Dong Aunan of Atlantic and Tim Lindgren of Cedar Falls were named recipients of Herman Sani golf scholarships for Aunan, 18, who finished with a 235 total in the tourney, has been a four-year golf lettennan at Atlantic High School and plans to attend the University of Iowa. He was medalist in the Hawkeye Seven Conference tourney this spring and is currently club champion at Nishna Valley Golf Club in Atlantic. Undgren, also 18, has been the No. 1 flayer on the Cedar Falls High School team for two seasons, is the city Jaycee Junior champion. He plans to attend the University of Northern Iowa. Final Round (D*t MolnM MMM •eilinatod) !. Flight Leaden First — Caruso Fonfanlnl ,M-7«-'i?Chuck _Pay 76-74-152, Jack Bleber, Chi- caio, n-7t-\Ui Harry Parwns. Webstar dIX»_ /'V*^lfl?l a,t...,i.--a M IJ IIJi TAVMJ Hoffman Breaks Swimming Mark (The Rtglitar'a Iowa Ntwi Service) JOWA PALLS, IA. - Tim Hoffman of the West Des Moines Holiday Athletic Club set an Iowa Amateur Athletic Union record at the A.A.U. Scenic City swimming meet here Sunday. Hoffman captured the boys' 100-meter free style title with a record 1-rainute 14-second clocking. Jeff Neifeh of Burlington set a mark in the intermediate boys' 100-meter back stroke with a time of 1:10. The Holiday A.C. also won the women's open 400-meter relay in 6:06.7 and Susan Trumbower captured the girls' junior 100-meter butterfly in 1:35.0. Kurt Quade and Jim Edwards also scored victories for West Des Moines. FIRES COURSE-RECORD 268 FOR TOURNEY- Floyd's65 Wins Golf Classic AKRON, OHIO (AP) -Ray Floyd shot a final-round 65 Sunday and won the $125,000 American Golf Classic with a course- record 268. Floyd broke out of the three- way tie with Jack Nicklaus and Bobby Mitchell. His final round was over the 7,180-yard, par-70 south course at Firestone Country Club. Fast Finish His 72-hole total wiped out the 275 set by Ken Venturi in 1964 and gave him a four-stroke victory over host pro Bobby Nichols, who closed with a 67, vaulting past the slumping Nicklaus and Mitchell, to finish at 272. Tom Weiskopf closed with a rush, shot a final 66 and claimed third at 274. Mitchell went to a 73 for 276 and was tied with Oene Littler, who had a final 68. Nicklaus blew to a 75, including a string of six bogies on eight holes/ and finished at 278 to share sixth position with Al Oeiber, who had a final 69. The leaders were heM » for one hour md 45 minutes by a thunderstorm that left the coarse heavy and dotted with water. They continued play under a threat of more rain and with a tornado watch in effect. Floyd, 26, wasted little time in moving ahead. He birdied the second hole from five feet, but three putted the fifth for a bogey. Key Shot Then came what he called the key shot of his round, a pitch "to within three feet on the sixth for a birdie. He birdied the eighth from 18 feet and had a two-stroke lead at the turn. From then on he steadily pulled away, with three more birdies on the back nine. He made a rout of it w i t h birdie putts of 12 and 10 feet on the thirteenth and fourteenth and topped it off with an eight-foot bird on the monster 625-yard sixteenth. Final Leaders MURPHY WINS IN ALL-AROUND Brian Murphy of the Milwaukee Track Club won just two events but piled up 7,923 points to breeze to the National Amateur Athletic Union AI1- Around meet title at North High School Sunday. Norm Johnston, former Iowa State star now competing out of Minnesota, was second with 7,558 points and Norm Cyprus of the New York Athletic Club was third with 6,806. Murphy captured the pole Vault and long jump. Johnston won the 100-yard dash, high jump and hurdles. Butch Hammer of the Iowa Achilles Club won the mile and walk. 1. Brian Murphy (Milwaukee I.e.), ,9U; 2. Norm Johnston (Minn.), 7,558; 3. REGISTER PHOTO BY RIES TUTTLE Aiming for Iowa Trapshoot Title Des Moines' Howard Rankin checks out gun he used Sunday to capture over-all championship at State Trapshooting tournament at Cedar Falls. r-iChi||e$ vivi//)i . Achilles Club); I. Achilles Club). Newton 'Rookie' Shooter Tops Field of 622 for Title By Ries Tnttle (Tha Register's Outdoor Writer) CEDAR FALLS, IA. — More rain, accompanied by a stiff wind, held down scores and entries in the final day of the State trapshooting tournament here Sunday. A newcomer to trapshooting, Doyle Logue, a 27-year-old welder from Newton won the 100-target state handicap crown in a Field of 622 shooters by smashing 95 birds from the 21%-yard post. "I've used a. shotgun in hunting since I was a boy, but I took up trapshooting just 18 months ago," said Logue. "I still can't believe I won, it's unreal." One higher score was posted In the handicap, with L. A. Dverby of Portage, Wis., breaking 96 targets from 23^ yards to claim the out-of-state championship. for the women's state singles championship after each had broken 189 of 200 16-yard targets. Mrs. Polance also won the women's state handicap crown for the third consecutive year, breaking 89 from 23% yards. Other 16-yard winners were J. Robert Boyd of LeMars, veterans (65 and over) championship with 99 of 100; Clyde Maxwell, Waupun, Wis., and formerly of Shenandoah, took the professional championship; William A. Brauer, III, of Oakfield, Wis., out-of-state cham- Runner-up to Logue for the state championship was Duane Lubbers of Farmersburg, with a 94 from 24 yards. James F. Joseph of Stevens Point, Wis., was runner-up to Overby with a 94 from 21 yards. 3rd Year in Row The big winner of the day was Howard Rankin, 45, of Des Moines, who won a shoot-off for the singles crown carried over from Saturday's rain-marred program. Rankin defeated Paul Curran of Des Moines and Lyle Kersbergen of Rock Valley. The Des Moines insurance underwriter also won the all- around championship for the third consecutive year with 386 out of 400 singles, doubles and handicap targets. In addition, he captured the open high over* all title, breaking 678 of. the total 700 targets during the four- day shoot. "I'm grateful to Bob Allen for any success I have bad ID trapshooting," said Rankin. "He introduced me to •booting about five yean ago, has coached me and given me encouragement to do something I enjoy immensely." Kersbergen won the runner- up trophy in the shoot^off for the singles championship with Rankin. Curran took the Class A title. Don Mackerman of Newton won the Class AA trophy by default, after tying Robert Carstensen of DeWitt with 199. John Speake, 17, of Keokuk, won both the Class B title and the Will Scourick trophy for the junior championship, breaking 198. Underwood Wins Roy Van Loon of Eddyville headed Class C with 194 and Carl Hayes of Washington was the Class D winner with 194. Steve Underwood, 14, of Ottumwa, won the sub-junior singles crown in a shoot-off with Doug Briggs, 12, of Killduff, after tying at 97 of 100. Underwood also won the sub-junior handicap championship with an 87. Donna Polance of Cedar Rapids won a shoot-off with Judy Walker, 15, of Boone, pionship with 199, beating out Eddie Schnieder, Freeman, Mo., who settled for runner-up donors in the shoot-off. Winner of the 67-year-old Ottumwa Diamond Badge, a traveling trophy valued at $1,500, was Samuel Lyle of Laurel, who lad to take the shoot-off route after tying with Gary Ludwig of Corwith in two events of Sunday's handicap race. Ludwig took the 21-23-yard group championship. Belzer Triumphs Other yardage group winners were Gary Belzer, 18-20 yards, with 94 from 20tt yards, and en Thomas, Goldfield, with 92 from 24 yards to win the 24-27-yard title. Keith Thomsen, 15, of Low Moor, won the junior handicap championship with 92 of 100 targets from 20 yards. State Handicap (IN TAROETS) 1l-» YARDS ASHE STUNNED BY YUGOSLAV INDIANAPOLIS, IND. (AP) — Zeljko Franulovic of Yugoslavia and Gail Sherriff Chanfreau of France led foreigners to a sweep of the titles Sunday in the $25,000 National Clay Court tennis championships. Both beat U.S. players in the singles finals, with the 22-year- old Yugoslav beating top-ranked American Arthur Ashe, 8-6, 6-3,6-1. Mrs. Chanfreau, who moved from Australia to France after her marriage last year to French tennis player Jean Chanfreau, also won in straight sets, over Linda Tuero of Metairie, La., 6-2, 6-2. She became a double winner as she and Leslie Bowrey of Australia defeated Miss Tuero and Emily Burrer of San Antonio, Tex., 6-0, 10-8, for the women's doubles title. In men's doubles, Bill Bowrey, husband of Leslie, teamed with Clark Graebner of New York in a 8-4, 4-8, 6-4 victory over Australians Allen Stone and Dick Crealy. Franulovic's $5,000 victory over Ashe was climaxed with a comeback In the last set. Ashe led 34 before Franulov ie won a game on a service break. Franulovic broke through Ashe's serve again to even it at 4-4, and on the match's final game didn't lose a point. Franulovic, who is a law college student when not on the tennis tour, displayed a stronger serve than Ashe and made fewer mistakes. The Yugoslav is the first foreigner to win the tournament singles crown since 1944, when Pancho Segura of Ecuador won. »- "~ ..«..»,. l.wno Butch Hammar (Iowa , 1M — V No !; m Johnston (Minn), :10.2; 2. Karl Hari (New York A.C.), :10.3; 3. Norm Cyprus (New York A.C.), :10.6. t&t c u yp7ul; Vi*i r> •"•* 2 - Joh "* on ' «• W 5l k —'• .Butch,Hammer (Iowa Achll- . ....... , Br)an Mur g, y (M|) . A.c~.'):y;44.2:— •""•HI tNew York lump — Day* Club) -1. Butcl b). 3:35) ),J:4aj| .Cyprus, uruny, iJo-w; J. Derarai, Pole vault — l. Myrohv, ..-., .. «.„.,„>, 12-6; 3, Johnston and BerardV ii-to. .iW^i^Jr •',?"„"'*»"• :'«•»» *• Harr, :15.5; 3. Eldahl, J16.0. fles' CJubT 2. TENNIS-.! Continued /rom Page One the hospital two years ago," Steve said, "and I had trouble with It again last fall. Lately, though, it hasn't been bothering me." Wilkinson blamed his service loss in the first game of the second set directly on the cold wind, which suddenly began )lowing violently out of the northwest. "For a while, I didn't think I'd be able to get a shot in," he commented. On to Minneapolis Rain also fell briefly during the match and the sun peeked through for only a short time. Wilkinson preceded this victory with singles titles at Fairfield, Ottumwa, Keokuk and in the Hawkeye Open at Des Moines. His next venture will be a tournament at Minneapolis, Minn., next weekend. Rompf, a 19-year-old Stanford student, was playing in his first championship match of the rammer. Bill, who wears his hair long and has heavy sideburns, lost to Wilkinson In straight sets In the quarterfinal round of the Hawkeye Open earlier thfs summer. The women's title also went to an Iowa City entry, top-seeded Mona Schallau. Mona, a student at Rollins College in Florida, beat Judy Thompson of Davenport, 6-1, 6-4. Miss Schallau, who also won icre in 1968, lost only 11 games in her three matches. Like Wilkinson, she didn't drop a set. Wilkinson teamed with Craig Sandvig, a University of Iowa student from Sioux Falls, S.D., to win the men's doubles title with a 6-2, 6-2 decision over Bob Spren- glemeycr and Dale LePro- vost of Dubuque. Katy Fletcher of Des Moines and Sue Moen of Cedar Rapids captured the women's doubles crown by beating Brenda Cof- [ield and Judy Thompson of Davenport, 6-3, 11-9. Singles MBNS' final round — Steve Wilkinson, Iowa City, beat Bill Rompf, D.M., 6-2, 8-6. Final reond — Mona Schallau, Iowa City, beat Judy Thompson, Oavinport, e-1, Doubles MEN Quarterfinal round - Bill Rompf, D.M. Harry Taylor, Omaha, beat Gary Fletch- ar-Arden Stokstad. D.M., w, 4-3) sieve 56-pound weight —' 1. cvprw Murphy, 28-111'.. 3. Johnston, " JO-'A; J. DeAngelo Leads University, 3-2 Sunday's Results ., , QUARTERFINAL WOUND University J South Dea Moines 2 Urbandale 10, Highland Park 4 Today's Games SEMIFINAL ROUND .—Fain J Moines . ,._ ••»».i^ »,».*•• nwni? scum r?f!T-"-^ round * VI< Urbindal « • va. Tony DeAngelo drove In three runs and pitched a five-hitter as University - defeated South Des Moines, 3-2, in the quarterfinal round of the Iowa District 3 Little League tournament at University. In another game at Beaverdale, Urbandale defeated Highland Park, 104, as Mark Pier son pitched a two-hitter. DeAngelo doubled in two runs in the third inning, then homered in the fifth. Cft ilan Park Ime rs Qlic i-a s ,* •»••"» »-• • lerson and Map**. infoooyiro (* p**. L-Olst. -SO •to am r jlo, ^'U Dowling Takes Legion District Tom Tippins stopped Ottumw. on two hits to give Argonne Dowling a 5-0 victory in a State American Legion baseball tournament district game at North Sunday. Tippins fanned 10 and teammates Tony Sciorrotta and Mike Nobles added two runs-batted-in apiece. Argonne-Dowllng will face Cedar Rapids at the state finals in Rippey early in August. State It-Yard Howard Rank! man. 200; Don shalltown. ',t jlay, jw, .ASS A A -i,i°°'.!-Via Kersberg- JOOr Herbert Smith, Larry Hernay, George, Paul ike. Speal !"'<>• , R- J. Loon, drldge, Geon Hayes, Island, tandley^Mna,* .aokukV 19« inn. Mo., 1*9; John ,-„;. •.-,-• Ga rv Soear, M'ari- 197) Vern Harklns, DeSoto, ilar, Monne, Til., 197; Roy Die. 194; H. H. Kuhf, Van El- lltdale, III., 195; Carl l; John Ellllo, Rock Bonnett Captures V and alia Feature Ed Bonnett of Indianola won the claim stock feature at Vandalia Raceway Sunday night. Larry Flew of Des Moines was second. First heat - Frankla Lea, D.M.; second heat - Carl Y«u, D.M.; third Jieat M W c .l vo»ue, D.M.; fourth, heat A consolation — consolation - Dick Gustln, D.M.; Larry Snider, D.M.; Dan Smith, D.M. Feature - 1. Ed Bonnett, Indianola; 2. Larry Plew, r>.M.l J. Fred Knapp, D.M. Creators of the Consolidation Loan concept in 1916. MORRIS PLAN Betsy Rawls, 41, Surges To L.P.G.A. Title With 71 KIAMESHA LAKE, N.Y. (AP) _ Betsy Rawls, a star of a decade ago, charged from behind Sunday with a final-round 71 and won the $36.000 Ladies Professional Golf Association championship by four shots with a;~ 72-holc total of 293, one over!79 for 298. Murle Lindstrom par. Miss Rawls, who won this cham pionship 10 years ago, canned birdie putts of IS and 55 feet and carded 16 pan over the 6,308- yard, par 73 Concord Hotel cham pionship . .., , Wilkinson, lowa'Clty-Crlag Sandvig, siou Falls, SJ5., beat Mike Sprenqelmever-Bob Lange, pubuque, 6-3, e-o. Itmfflnaf round — Bob Sprenoelmeyer Breer was next with 75 for 299. Leading money winner Kathy Whltworth, who never got started, and U.S. Open champion Donna Caponl each shot 76 and tied for sixth at 300. Sandra Palmer shot 73 for 301, Judy Rankin posted 75 for 302 and defending champion Sandra Post carded 76 to finish in a three-way tic for tenth, another three strokes back. 7«l .»ndr» Post. J1.008 'Sandra Spuilch. 11.008 iLoulse Suggs, 51,008 'Ann Gordon. MIJ.50 I Mickey Wrlqht, J812JO Pegav Wilson. J720 ... Mary Mini, M70 Mirgee Master;, 1570 . P«tty Berq, 15.70 Marilyn Smith, SS70 . Sharon Miller, 1455 Ronee Powell, 1«5S Vivien saunders, $315 course. Miss Rawls, 41. started the Betsy R,wn,T?M LEAOB 7i $ .73.7».7!-?« day three shots behind third-! caroi Man"",'Si" round leaders Carol Mann 1" Marlene Hagge, pulled even onio^ cttVi^P* the eighth hole and surged in|$n.«jy 50 • front to stay at the thirteenth. She grabbed a $5,250 first prize, the richest in women's golf. Miss Mann posted a disappointing 78 for 297 and a tie for second with second-round leader Susie Berning, who fl n J5- el * l «- A - uiI - ln --» 00 ished with a 75. Each took home $3,500. Miss Mann posted five bogey oa the back nine. Miss Hagge, ^VCSi.'iSo w sprayed three tee shots ^A^ch.H^oo '.- ' ft^M intn the urator nnrl (ho r nil oh Mary Lou Daniel. 1200, 83-78-87-79— 3?; mm me waier ana we rougn, Gwen Brandoni ^-^ • n-n-u-jt-ij? wn^ nlonp in fnnrth nlaoo with Svbii Griffin, $100 .. . TS-SI, wi'hdrpw wds aiuue in luuiiu pitict wiui! Sandr(| Hayn | ei $100 77 . 7 , W |, ndrew Gerd Penn , da Whalcn. SMS . y Zavlchas, IMS Glori* Ehret, 1280 JoAnn Prentice, $280 Pam Barnett, J7«o M-72-77-7i-305 . 7<-7»-78-75~305 77-77-77-/4-305 77-7J-80-n-307 7?i76-7»i7»—3M 7I-79-73JO-310 , 78-75-81-77-311 77-80-77-77-311 77-74-86-74-3! I 78-84-74-74—317 . 77-81-81-73-31? . 79-76-7940-3U 7«-7«-76-8J-314 . 77-80-78-80-315 , 80-7«.S3-7»-3l6 7S-79-77-83-317 W-78-77-84-318 . 78-7646-7B-31I . 7M1-I1-I5—3JO 76-1340-81-370 , 7»-«V«J-e3-3Jl 7I-8J-81 81-3J2 «J-70-7»-83-3?3 7*-»3-«2-«0-3?4 SNEAD SUPS, TIED BY AARON MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA (AP) - Tommy Aaron shot a course-record 64 in the Canadian Open golf championship Sunday and tied with i x$im 5ne80 . THB LEAOK " 4lM i.7o-7o-37j Sam Snead at 275 for the 72 sT,rP. v .^5f°a.•« «:5M8ifc:2B eighteenth was his only one on the last lap. Aaron duplicated his first- nine 32 by running in four birdies and five pars, finally catching Snead at the sixteenth with a 40-foot birdie putt. Dave Bollman (74) of Sheldon, la., and Jim Jamieson (71) of Moline, 111., tied at 228 and each won $1,562. holes. Tournament officials sched- Dale LeProvost, Dubuque, beat John cfin- cy-Bruce Nagel, Iowa City, 4-4, 6-2; wil- klnson-Sandvlg beat Rompf-Taylor, 4-3, Final' round — Wilkinson — Sandvig beat Sprengelmeyer-LeProvost, e-2, 6-2. Semifinal round £ M K E aty Fletcher. DM.- Sue Moen, Cedar Rapids, beat Pat Sherman-Jill Blackwood, Iowa City, 7-5, 2-6 Final round — Fletcher-Moen beat Brenda Coffleld • Judy Thompson, Davenport, 6-3, 11-9. .. MIXED First round — Orvllle Thompson-Judy Thompson, Davenport, beat Bob Lange, Dubuque-Katy Fletcher, D.M. 5-7, 4-3, 6-2 Quarterfinal round — Tom Cray, Waterloo-Sue Moan, Cedar Rapids, beat Betty Grenler-Bob Grenler, Davenport, 6-0, 6-1; Joan Grlftln-Craig Sandvig, Sioux Falls, S.D., beat Thomoson-Thompson, e-J, e-4. Semifinal nmd — Gray-Moan Mat Grlf. fln-Sanflyl( & datault; Mona ' be.?t'Ka^ 6-2, «-< p-^-^- ih-HarryTay'lor, Omaha! uled the playoff for today, beginning at 2:15 o'clock (Iowa time). Aaron was eight under par. Snead, 57, missed a great chance on the eighteenth when a 35-foot eagle putt failed by a foot. He was down with his birdie to create the tie. The neck-and-neck finish was 13 strokes under the Pinegrove Club's par for four rounds. Snead started with a lead of six strokes over Aaron and Rolf Deming of Menominee, Mich., who faded to a 79 and 290 total. Snead made the first nine in 33, three under par, and over that stretch, Aaron was able to whittle off only one stroke with three birdies and an eagle. Down the back nine, Snead began slipping, taking a 6 at the long thirteenth and a 4 at the short fifteenth. His birdie at the Billy Casper. 18.850 . Takaakl Kono, 15,850 Al Balding, M.I12 Bob Cha.lres, 14,813 Bob R 72-4J-70-71-3I1 70-rO-74-«»—2t? 71-74-72-66—Jll 71-72-72-*e-2IJ 72-69-77-70—2W 74-72-61-49—711 _. . __ 7)-70-75-70—2§6 John Stevens. 15.531 .. .. 71-70-7J-72-2M Roberto deVlcenrti, 12,531 69-47-7J-77—28* "- ~ 72-70-71-71—216 ovu nusuvrv, »j,3«o . Georoe Knudion. 13,546 Jack Ewlna, U,S4« ... John Jacobs, I3.S44 DOUQ Sarrferi, 12,531 , Jimmy Day, $2,531 Moyer Wins Boone Feature BOONE, IA. - Bill Moyer of Des Moines, driving a 1968 Corvette, won the feature before a crowd of 3,000 Sunday night in the first night of the national super-stock championships at the Boone Speedway. The championship race, rained out Saturday, will be held next Sunday night. George Barton of Des Moines was second and Darrell Dake of Cedar Rapids was third. Fastest qualifier — Bill Moyer, D.M., 17:»1, first heat - Bob Bonier, Llicomb; second heat — Don Davidson, D.M., third heat - Del Stokke, Ames) B main - Jerry LeCrpy, D.M. Feature - 1. BUI Moyer, D.M.I 7. Oeoree Barton, D.M.) J. Darrell Dake, Cedar Reolds; 4. Larry fembry, Panorai 5. Darrell Bunkefske, Algona. YOUNKERS DRIVE-IN TIRE CENTER across from Merle Hay Plaza Open Monday thru Friday 9A.M. to 9 P.M. Saturday 9 A.M. to 5 :.10 P.M. 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