Hawaii Beat

By Star-Bulletin Staff

Thursday, June 24, 1999

Lovett only isle golfer
to advance in Publinx

Summersett Lovett of Honolulu was the lone Hawaii qualifier in the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship yesterday at Santa Ana, N.M.

Lovett shot a 36-hole score of 149, 10 shots off the pace of medalist Jenna Daniels, who is among the 64 qualifiers for the match-play format that begins today.

Match play will include two rounds each tomorrow and Friday, with the semifinals on Saturday and the championship match on Sunday.

Crusaders football camp

The second annual St. Louis Football Camp will be held in two sessions next month at the school football field -- July 19-23, noon-3 p.m., for ages 13-17 and July 26-30, 8:30-11:30 a.m., for ages 8-12.

Cost is $100 (make check payable to St. Louis Football and mail to St. Louis Football, c/o Cal Lee, 3142 Waialae Ave., Honolulu 96816. Only the first 200 applicants will be accepted.

Deadlines for applications are July 19 (ages 13-17) and July 26 (ages 8-12).

For more information, call 739-4882.

Stewart in Grand Slam

With his victory in the U.S. Open, Payne Stewart has earned a berth in the PGA Grand Slam of Golf for winners of the four major tournaments of the year.

Masters champion Jose Maria Olazabal of Spain also will be in the Nov. 16-17 Grand Slam at the Poipu Bay Resort on Kauai. He and Stewart will be joined by the winners of the upcoming PGA and British Open championships.

Sigel to defend title

Jay Sigel, winner of last year's EMC Kaanapali Classic, will return to Maui to defend his title in the Oct. 18-24 Senior PGA Tour event.

John Mahaffey, who won last weekend's Southwestern Bell Dominion event, also has committed to the Kaanapali Classic, tournament officials announced.

Maui women's grid tryout

The Hawaiian Wave, the first all-women's tackle football team in the islands, will hold a tryout on Maui Saturday.

Women 18 years old and up from Maui may take part. They are asked to wear T-shirts, shorts and grass cleats.

The tryouts will be conducted by members of the Wave and the Hawaiian Warriors men's team.

Bowling for Rhinos

The American Association of Zookeepers is recruiting bowlers and sponsors for its eighth annual Bowling for Rhinos fund raiser on July 17.

Proceeds will go directly to three conservation organizations protecting hundreds of endangered plant and animal species and their habitats.

You can pledge your support by bowling as an individual or with a team, by donating an item to be given as a prize or by sponsoring a bowler or bowlers. Call the Honolulu Zoo at 971-7199.

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