Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 10 1967, Page 21

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 10, 1967, Tokyo, Japan Funseth grabs Rod Funseth missed his Eagle but shot a two underpay 70 Friday and took a two stroke Lead at the Halfway Point of the Speedway open Golf tournament with Gene Littler dropped two 40foot posted a four underpay 68 and charged into a tie with Sikes for second place on 36hole totals of who had shared the first round Lead with Funseth at make any Long putts and matched the Speedway Par 72 for his Frank Beard added a Noeun Der Par 71 to his opening 70 for Good for fourth Lou who started the second round in third place at slipped to 74 and a fifth place with Cliff Brown and Rives Mcbee at defending Champion Billy who could Only match Par 72 in his first slipped a stroke Over at 73 and was Well Back in the Field of who chipped in from 120 feet for an Eagle 3 on the 503yard seventh Hole barely missed another Eagle on that Hole Friday on a 20foot one of litters 40foot Birdie hit from just off the Green on the 425yard fifth Anderson ahead in Rifle match a National guard Gary Ander son of a Gold medal Winner in the 1964 olym still has his shooting Anderson fired an outstanding in the International shooting championships Here Friday to take an 11point Edge Over his nearest competitor in the three position Rifle his today total stands at army John writer of la is in second place with Points and army John Foster is third with in other Marine William Mcmillan of san posted his second consecutive 587 to Snag a two Point Lead Over air Force Rob Ert Dueitt of san in the rapid fire pistol rain hampered the pistol event the skeet event was High lighted by Navy competitor Al who shattered 98 of 100 Birds Friday to move into the Lead with a today total of tied for second with 194s Are civilian entries Robert Schuehle of and Robert Rodale of Houston Burris signs with saints Atlanta a to University of Houston Quarter Back in Atlanta for the coaches Al America signed a contract Friday to play for the new Orleans saints in the National football officials of the newest pro team did not disclose the size of Burris but it was reported More than 22 Pacific stars stripes july 1967 banged against the pin and the other rolled in on the 436yard who needed Only 25 putts on his first round used 34 Friday and drop a Birdie until the 18th Rocky Thompson matched litters the Days Best and needed it to pull even with Par at Thompson shot 32 on the Back Matching the course record set by Casper last it included a 40yard wedge shot for an Eagle 3 on the Lith the three former Speedway champions in the Field All failed to make the 36hole which took 151 or Doug Winner of the first two tournaments in 1960 and took Dow the 1963 had Bruce the Winner two years was Back at How they stand a second round leaders in the Speedway open Golf denotes Amateur Rod Gene Littler Sikes Frank Cliff Lou Rives Macbee Joe Campbell Roger Ginsberg Fred Marti Bob Steve Butch Baird Miller Barber Dale Harrison de Knych Ken still Geeky Thompson red Tutwiler Bill Don Essig Bob Goalby Jack Montgomery Steve Oppermann Steve Reid Chi Chi Rodriguez Larry Wood Richard Martinez Rex Baxter Julius Boros Don Chuck Matlack Bobby Mitchell Bob Boldt Dick Crawford Tom Jacobs Mason Rudolph Jim Colbert Dave Labron Harris Monty Kaser Bob Kletcke Charles Sifford Dan Sikes Terry Winter Sam Carmichael Jackie Cupit Howie Al John Lively Bob Lunn Dick Mayer Harry Toscano Larry Ziegler 3 share Pace in red Smith Baltimore a Veter ans Mickey Betsy and Carol Mann carved thereunder Par 69s Friday and wound up in a three Way dead lock for the first round Lead in the lady Carling open Golf two strokes behind the top and also under were Marlene Sandra Haynie and Murle with Sharon Miller and Peggy Wil son carded even Par Good for a tie for miss of said following her round that it was the first time she had shot below 70 since last year when she registered a 68 in the lady she needed Only 28 putts on the Large greens of the Par 72 both she and miss Wright birdied the 14th from off the miss Rawls holed out from 60 and miss Wright followed with a 35foot defending Champion Kathy Whitworth shot a four underpay Ladylike leaders Baltimore a fridays first round scores in the lady Carling open Over the Par Pine Ridge municipal course Mickey Wright Betsy Rawls Carol Mann Marlene Hagge Sandra Murle Lindstrom Sharon Miller Peggy Wilson Kathy Cornelius Betsy Cullen Patty Berg Althea Gibson Sybil Griffin Lesley Holbert Mary Sandra Palmer Sandra Spuzich Cynthia Sullivan Donna Beth Stone Lyga rules Beverly out Baltimore a Beverly Klass is playing in her last professional Golf tournament for a while at ladies professional Golf association officials told the Little miss from Woodland Friday that Shes too Young for the pro tour and that she wont be allowed to enter another Beverly is 10 years she shot an 86 in fridays first round of the lady Victory mainly Rannsy Baltimore a Carol Mann birdied five holes thurs Day and led her team to a one stroke Victory in the Proa a eur round of the lady Carling miss Mann won the tournament two years wheres Julie new York news item Willie Mays walloped four hits including two Home runs tonight to Lead the san Francisco giants to a 91 Victory Over who Learned earlier to Day that he had missed the starting Allstar game lineup for the first time since 1954 to the poll of National league and managers who select members of the Allstar Mays finished fourth behind Roberto Clemente the Lead ing hitter at with 50 runs batted Henry Aaron with 53 Bis and 20 Home runs and Lou whose Allaround excellence is a big reason Why the cardinals Are up of will be on the team that plays the americans tuesday in and no doubt he Willet in after those ahead of him have done the required three inning there Are 25 places on the and anybody who could leave Willie off his list of the leagues 25 Best would have thought that stuff in Sutter Creek was the fact that he want everybody Auto Matic first Choice Means Only one thing this is easy hard questions a few years ago when Bobby Bra Gan was managing the he mentioned that his Center Bill Vir had been voted by opposing players As the second est in the of a Guy said who was 1 then As Bragan started at him word he added in of you didst answer a question like you needed More than Ordinary patience not to throw a Guy who would ask it Clear out of the Ball Willie didst travel to Chicago for the first Allstar game in 1933 because he was two years old then and got sorghum All Over his face when he ate his he Hast played More Allstar games than anybody else because this is Only his 14th full season in the in his time there were four Summers that had two games so this will be his 18th Stan Musial made Mays Allstar a bout All the lad has done with his limited opportunities is to make the most 22 score the most 19 steal the most 6 and steal the most in one since he joined the nationals have whooped the americans 11 lost and tied willies contribution to this Effort can be measured rather accurately by one if he scores a run this he will have exactly twice As Many As the american leagues top under his total of 19 the Book lists one Williams with it would be stretching truth to rank Willie As the greatest of All for in the clubs Al time records he must share space with people named Mel Ott and Bill Terry and Christy Mathewson and Carl the giants has a Page devoted to records for their time in san Francisco of 14 individual Marks listed there for Willie owns strawberries in Winter j7loquent though records can be none of them can reflect willies value As a player so aptly As an observation dropped by the giants perceptive Gary Schumacher when Mays was a it was the Winter of the year Leo Durocher snatched Wil lie off the Minneapolis farm when he was batting big league pitching dazzled him at first but in what was left of the season he made 20 Home batted in 68 and dragged his average up from to helping the giants worry away Brook Lyns Lead and ultimately winning distinction As Rookie of the speaking from enlightened Garry was talking about the to the whole of making sure this country kid had proper guidance in the big financially and we gotta take care of Garry said in his purest because this is Guy i dont say Hes Gonna win us a Pennant every but this is Guy that Gonna let us All have strawberries in c publisher shall Syndicate a n d y c a p p in leavin1 in f mc71y three minutes then put the on to soil unwell ave pm right for once what am i

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