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JUNE 26,1930.
Defending Title-Holder
Defeats White After
Uphill Battle, 3 and 1
I. C. C. Star Eliminates Mrs. Robert Tinsley in Semi-
Finals, 4 and 2; Champion Rallies to Take Last
Four Holes From 1929 Runnerup.
Miss Elizabeth Dunn, Riverside links star, whose monopoly on local
women's golfing honors almost equals Bobby Jones’ grip in international
play, again will defend her city crown Friday over the Avalon Country
Club links. Her opponent will be Mrs. J. C. Patten, Indianapolis Coun
try Club ‘‘dark horse.”
Miss Dunn gained the title round
today by defeating Miss Ruth
White of I. C. C., 3 and 1 after
an uphill battle in which she twice
was one down on the final nine
holes. Miss White was runner-up
for the 1929 honors.
Miss Dunn scored a 42, one over
women’s par, on the outgoing nine
to lead one up. Miss White
squared the match on the tenth,
and went one up on the eleventh.
The match was squared on the
twelfth, but Miss White was one up
again on the thirteenth.
The champion made the count all
even again on the fourteenth with
a birdie 4, took the fifteenth and
sixteenth in par figures, and ended
the match on the seventeenth with
a birdie 3.
Mrs. Patten defeated Mrs. Robert
Tinsley of Crawfordsville, playing
under Highland colors, 4 and 2. Mrs.
Patten was 3 up at the end of the
first nine holes of play.
Upsets were in evidence Wednes
day when the quarter finals were
played, Mrs. Patten eliminating
Miss Elizabeth Abbott of Avalon
who was a semi-finalist last year,
1 up. Mrs. Patten played a con
sistent game. Miss Abbott was not,
putting and tossed away many
chances to score points.
The surprise of the present meet
W r as the play of Mrs. Marjorie
Fisher Kahn of Broadmoor, who
gave up only after a nineteen-hole
encounter with Mrs. Tinsley. Mrs.
Kahn led throughout, hitting her
shots well and putting accurately.
Mrs. Ben C. Stevenson, ex-cham
pion. hung on doggedly in her
match with the titleholder, Miss
Dunn, and reached the eighteenth
tee just one down. With an op
portunity to play one of the best
shots in her bag, an approach to
the pin, Mrs. Stevenson missed it
and was able to gain only a half
in spite of the fact that Miss Dunn
left the gate wide open by taking
three putts.
Ruth White, the Babe Ruth from
I. C. C., won from Mrs. Roy Van
Horn of Avalon, 6 and 4.
Several vital problems were
placed before the annual business
meeting of the Indianapolis Women’s
Golf Association after the city
championship play Wednesday. One
was the question of changing the
play in the city meet to medal
competition instead of match and
cut the time to three days, patterned
after the Indianapolis District Golf
Association for men.
The policy this year of allowing
the women who are non-resident
members of country clubs to enter,
the city meet brought sentiment in
favor of making this a district meet
for women, allowing competitors to
enter within a radius of fifty miles.
Both questions will be considered by
the officers and a representative of
each club before the next city
Mrs. Ben C. Stevenson of Me
ridan Hills was elected president,
and Mrs. E. W. Lee of Avalon, sec
retary and treasurer for 1931. The
retiring officers are Mrs. Charles W.
Kelley Jr. of Coffin, president; Mrs.
Scott Legge of Riverside, vice-presi
dent, and Mrs. Harrison Bennett of
Highland, secretary.
A putting contest, following the
meeting, was won by Miss Lou Ad
Consolation Results in
Women’s Tourney
Results of consolation flights in
the women’s city golf championship
at Avalon Wednesday were as fol
Championshio Consolation
Mrs. Wayne Klnnalrd. Indianapolis
Country Club, defeated Mrs. M. J. Abbott.
A Miss'" Meridian Hills, de
feated Mrs. C. A. Jaqua. Highland. 6
* n Mrs. Sam Goldstein. Broadmoor, de
feated Mrs. E. LukenbUl, Avalon. 5 and 4.
Mrs. J. W. Emhardt. Highland, defeated
Mrs. Harrison M. Bennett. Highland. 1 up.
Second Flight
Mrs. Charles A. Kelley Jr. Coffin, de
feated Mrs. Scott Legge. Riverside. 4
al Mrs Arthur Krick, Highland, defeated
Mrs Dr. McCormick. 7 and 5.
Miss Mary Gorham. Highland, defeated
Mrs. A. A. McClamrock. Highland. 2 up.
Miss Althea Miller. South Grove, de
feased Mrs. L. Hess. Highland. 6 and 5.
Second Consolation
Mrs Jean Mazur, Riverside defeated
Mr*. James Oavtn. 1 up.
Mrs George Stewart. Pleasant Run. de
feated Mrs. George Weeks. Avalon, 5
*}!fiss Frances Kotteman. Highland, de
feated Mrs. Paul Bigler. 2 and 1.
Mrs Charles Latham, Indianapolis Coun
try Club, defeated Mrs. L. Wamwright.
Highland. 5 and 4
Third Flight
Mrs. Willis Adams. Meridian Hills de
feated Mrs. E. A. Crane, Highland. 5 and 4
Mrs. Dave Highland, defeated
Mrs. David Lurvey. Broadmoor. 1 up.
Miss Josephine Rockwood. Meridian
Hills, defeated Mrs. George King 3 and 2.
Miss Dorothy Ellis, Meridian Hills, de
feated Mrs. E. L. Fortney. Avalon. 1 up.
Third Consolation
Mrs Frank Mills Highland, bye.
Mrs. E. W. Lee defeated Mrs. A. Braun,
$ and 2.
Mrs. C. Ktmber. bye.
Mrs. H. 5. Osborn, bye.
Fourth Flight
Mrs. H. Setlken, Avalon, defeated Mrs.
Robert Denham. 1 up.
Mrs H. Conrad. Indianapolis Country
Club, defeated Mrs. Dr. Hood. 1 up.
Mrs M. Cohn. Broadmoor, defeated Mrs.
K. Martin. Avalon. 3 and 4
Mrs A. D. Heath, Avalon defeated Mrs.
Dr. Hetherington. 6 and 5.
Fourth Consolation
Mrs. Owen Ptcken. Avalon, defeated Mrs.
George Weaver. Avalon. Sand 4.
Mrs. E. Gates, bye.
Mrs. E. Widener. bye.
Mrs. O. Howe, bye.
Harry Rosenberg, star outfielder who
has been hitting near the .400 mark
with the Missions of the Pacific
Coast League, has been sold to the
New York Giants for $25,000 in cash
and two players, valued at $7,500
each, to be delivered to the coast
club in the spring.
Rosenberg will Join the Giants in
Philadelphia July 10.
CHAMPAIGN, 111.. June 25.
Clayton M. Hadley of Denham, Ind.,
graduate of the University of Uli
noia coach school, has been ap
pointed basketball mentor and in
structor in physical education at
% Carthage (Ind.) high school
ams cf Meridian Hills, who won a
play-off with Mrs. E. D. Lukenbill
of Avalon, after each finished with
19. The driving contest was won
again this year by Miss White, with
an average of 206 yards, while Miss
Adams was second.
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Max Decides to
Sail Saturday
Hu United Press
NEW YORK, June 26.—Negotia
tions for a return match between
Max Schmeling and Jack Sharkey
have been delayed by the demands
of Arthur Bulow, Schmeling’s re
pudiated manager, and the German
heavyweight has decided to return
to Germany without awaiting the
outcome of the conferences.
Schmeling booked passage
Wednesday to sail on the Bremen
Saturday and will leave his affairs
in charge of Manager Joe Jacobs.
He said he would return in August
if a match with Sharkey is ar
Bit United Press
BUFFALO, N. Y„ June 26.—The
Buffalo Country Club’s annual invi
tation golf tournament for women
moved into its fourth round today
with Glenna Collett, national cham
pion, still leading a strong field.
Holloway and Roy Pierson on
Next Harrison Ring Program
Aggressive Maulers Will Battle in Chief Supporting Bout
to Double Windup at Fort.
A special six-round feature that
promises action, was lined up today
by Captain Frank Schucker, match
maker, for the chief supporting
scrap to the double main go next
Tuesday night at Ft. Harrison. It
will bring together the aggressive
Red Holloway and the stiff-punch
ing Roy Pierson. Pierson and Hol
loway, members of rival stables,
have never net before.
The double main go Tuesday will
see four well-known fighters per
forming. Both bouts are rematches.
In one of the ten rounders, Sammy
Price, Indianapolis, will encounter
Billy Rose, Cincinnati. The pair
fought before a crowd of 5,000 in
Cincy last summer. Price, by stag
ing a late rally, was awarded a close
In the other “ten” Tuesday the
hard-hitting Rosy <Kid) Baker, An
derson, will meet Jack Rosen, Chi
cago middleweight. Last summer,
at Ft. Harrison, these maulers went
through eight rounds of sensational
milling, and last winter they met
at Cadle tabernacle and staged an
other slugfest.
Maroon Diamond Pastimers to Sail
Aug. 20.
CHICAGO, June 26.—Members of
the University of Chicago baseball
squad are working daily in prepara
tion for their quadrennial invasion
of Japan.
The team will leave here Aug. 20,
returning late in October.
Risko Signs to
Meet Griffith
B.n Times Special
l CHICAGO, June 26.—Johnny Ris-
I ko, Cleveland heavyweight, has been
signed to meet Tuffy Griffith at the
Chicago stadium July 2. Risko
comes on the heels of Young Willie
Striblin’g, who knocked out Otto
Von Porat in the first round.
Last weak, Risko hammered out
an easy decision over Paolino at
Detroit Griffiths will return to a
Chicago ring for the first time
since he shaded Jack Gagnon here.
By United Press
NEW YORK, June 26.—Bruce
Flowers, 137, New Rochelle Negro,
defeated Herman Perlick, 13814,
Kalamazoo, Mich., in ten rounds
here Wednesday. Ralph Lenny,
137 V 4, Jersey City, defeated Henry
Perlick, 13714, Kalamazoo, Mich.
(10); Lew Feldir.an, 12614, Browns
ville, defeated Arthur De. Cham
plame. 126V1, New York (10).
Hoosier Links
Ace Opposes
Yale Golfer
By United Press
PITTSBURGH, June 26.—Eight
survivors of the first two rounds of
match play, including the two low
medalist scorers, entered the quar
ter finals of the intercollegiate golf
championship today with at least
one factor favorable to all.
For the first time since the com
petition opened real golfing weather
greeted the college men as they teed
Larry Moller, Notre Dame ace, met
Marshall Forest, Yale, and George
Dunlap. Princeton, ,who shared
medalist honors with Moller, oppose
Sam Parks Jr., Pittsburgh, today.
Moller, whose home is in Quincy,
HI., was elected president of the
Intercollegiate Golf Association
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