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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio ffcge Hie Daily May 2 County Baseballers Are Stars Don Catcher State Baseball Finals Today Ohio AP Cleveland Benedictine took on Lima Senior in Class AA and Liberty Union of Fairfield Coun ty met North Central of Wil Last Years Stars Making Strong Bid For Tennis Laurels Ohio years stars were making anoth er run for the laurels today as Ohios 45th high school tennis championships went into the semifinal Paul Mitchell and Mike Jef fries of winners of the 1963 doubles swept Chaminade duos al though carried to 1513 in one set by the Gem City And Bazzie Pierce of Dayton nipped in last years finals by Upper Arlingtons Tom was hoping to go all the way in the He trim med Ken Schwartz of Toledo 6 and Sparky Snyder of in Fridays Left with Pierce in the singles were Kent Chaflin of Middle town and Randy Wertz of Toledo who were to meet in one semifinal and Steve Modell of Pairs from Euc lid and Springfield North were still in the doubles with Springfield North meeting the Worthington champs in one Hams County in Class A for the Ohio high school baseball cham pionships Both games were to begin at 11 the Benedictine Lima clash on the Ohio State varsity diamond and the Liber ty UnionNorth Central fray on the freshman Cleveland Benedictine 162 advanced to the finals with an 83 victory Friday over Dayton Chaminade Lima Senior 170 defeated 82 Liberty Union 181 beat and North Central shut out New Lebanon Fridays linescores CLASS AA Lima 002 411 82 Lancaster 002 000 5 0 Allen 5 and Doty Raymond 5 and Bauer WLarve LWhite 000 411 10 1 000 Oil 8 4 Sanders and Nagy Stevenhart Nugent 6 and W Sanders CLASS A Union 210 000 Northwstn 021 000 Reed and Bowen Raines 6 and W Reed North 302 010 06 6 0 New Dix 000 000 00 5 3 Rademacher and Stantz Seely 6 and Kohl To Play In Jet Stadium Two Tuscarawas County base Don Ickes of Midvale and Bruce Kohl of Gnadenhut have been invited to partici pate in the Senior AllStar Se ries in Jet Stadium at Colum bus June The 2 countians join oth er Eastern District stars Butch Corder of Coshocton and Mike Lucas of Martins Ferry on the allsenior 190pound and 175pound center both are swatting the ball at about a clip to lead their teams in that Ickes also is the team leader in runs batted as is and has clouted 3 homers this sea A strongarmed Ickes is rated an outstanding defensive He is a 4 year who missed his fresh man year because of a back in also possesses a fine throwing arm and is tabed one of the best defensive gardeners in the Last New Philadelphias Steve now at Heidel berg performed for the Eastern Fairmont Team Expected To Gain Third Golf Crown Ohio AP Kettering Fairmont Wests de fending champions had their third Ohio high school golf crown in four years practically clinched today as the states scholastic divotdiggers breezed into the final 18 holes of the 38th annual The Kettering all of whom broke 80 over Ohio State Universitys long and treach erous Scarlet took a to tal of 307 strokes for the opening round That gave the leaders a 10 stroke edge over and 11 over Barberton Del aware Hayes was another stroke at and Troy was fifth at None of the other 20odd teams seemed to have a as scores soared all the way up to Pacing the pack in the race for individual laurels were Ron Line of Lima Senior and Tom Norris of each with a oneunderpar Bob Viets of Kettering was just a stroke be dead locked with Ross Bartschy of Upper Arling son of the former Ohio State football Bartschy is the states Junior Chamber of Commerce golf Bruce Kohl Gnaden Outfielder jCaspers 7Under Good For Lead Open For The Season May 23 Open to 11 to 11 Green Acre Miniature Golf Course ROUTES 2W BETWEEN NEW PHILA AND UHRICHSVIWB Top ProTakes Lebanon Feature Ohio Pro took the lead at the first turn at Lebanon Raceway Fri day night and won the featured pace in by threefourths of a The 5yearold horse owned by Belle Aire Farm of Wash ington Court House paid Marc Ferguson of Washington Court House did the By VAN SAVELL MEMPHIS scene of the Memphis Open Golf Tournament is no pitch V putt but dont try to tell Billy The portly California pro fired a sevenunderpar 63 Fri day and took the secondround lead with a two strokes of his nearest chal Casper pitched with perfec using his sand wedge eight times and his pitching wedge yet he was in only one He had seven oneputt greens and 10 twoputt The finale was a bouncing 90 foot chip for an eagle on the 18th Big Ten Diamond Race Finds Pair Deadlocked At 93 CHICAGO Big Ten baseball championship race went down to the wire today with Michigan and Minnesota locked in the lead with 93 rec Ohio State was only a half game out with The final round of doublehead ers sent Wisconsin 85 to Min Indiana 67 to Michi Ohio State to Michigan State Northwestern 49 to Iowa and Purdue 67 to Illinois Ohio State rallied for four runs in the eighth inning on five including a double by Ar nie to defeat Michigan 42 Ken Hay fired a fivehitter for the Minnesota shut out Northwest ern 30 with unbeaten DickMiel ke notching his seventh Illinois scored its first Big Ten triumph in 19 games by downing Purdue There was no explanation for the which tied the tour nament except maybe I hadnt played in nine said I figured Id kick around a couple of days and play well on the Im just a day ahead of sched Trailing Casper at 134 were defending champion Tony Lema and muscular Mike Lema had a 66 to go with his firstround Souchak added a 69 to his earlier Doug Gene Littler and David Boies were grouped at Sanders had a Littler a 69 and Boies a Bob the firstround leader at slipped to 71 for a fourunder par Perennial favorite Arnold Palmer had his includ ing a double bogey on the par five and stumbled in with a 73 for Jack after bogeying finished with a 70 for a There were 74 subpar rounds Friday over the 3436 Colonial Country Club The at fouroverpar left 100 players in todays third MEMPHIS Second round leaders in the Memphis Open Golf Tourna ment Billy Mike Tony Lema Doug Gene Littler David Boies George Archer Bob Art Wall Lionel Hebert Dave Bob Rosburg Mason Rudolph
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