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Double Round Today
To Decide Finalists
In Collegiate Golf
ty th* Associated Press
AMES, Iowa, July 1. — Eight
sharpshooters set their sights to
day on positions in the cham
pionship match of the National
Collegiate golf tournament.
They were confronted by an
other double-barreled round of
18-hole contests to determine the
participants in the title tussle. By
nightfall only two would remain
in the race for the collegiate
crown.
Sizzling duels were the prospect.
First off in the quarterfinals
were Arnold Palmer, the par
busting medalist from Wake For
est, and Tommy Veech, the big
boy from Notice Dame.
Then it was Harvie Ward, North
Carolina University ace, against
Gardner Dickinson of Louisiana
State, who tied for medalist
honors last year but had to report
for Army duties before he could
compete in match play. .
The lower bracket quarterfinals
matched Morris Williams, jr., the
slim boy from the University of
Texas, and Buster Reed of North
Texas State, and Sophomore Dave
Laflin of Purdue and Eli Bariteau
of San Jose State.
Quarterfinal duties over, the
winners were to hustle into semi
final-round play.
The eight contestants were the
successful shooters in yesterday’s
heavy action in the second and
third rounds under a red-hot sun.
Palmer got a quarterfinal spot
with a 5-and-4 win over Tom Sul
livan of Miami University (Fla).
The Wake Forest lad was one
under par for the floute, and, as
Sullivan put it. the guy wasn’t
near a bogey ail aiternoon.
Veech, a 250-pounder who must
have freely perspired away many
pounds on his trips over the hilly
Iowa State course, got a shot at
Palmer with a 1-up win over John
Hare of Purdue.
Ward, a rugged Tarheel State
rival of Palmer’s, took out Bo
Wininger, Oklahoma A. and M„
2 up, in the third round, and
Dickinson ripped through Dave
Dennis of Kansas, 7 and 5.
Williams, three under par in
two matches, stopped Bob McCall
of Colgate, 5 and 4, in the third
round, and Reed eliminated team
mate Palmer Lawrence, 2 and 1.*
Laflin tripped Bill Johnston,
Utah’s Skyline Conference cham
pion, 5 and 4, and Bariteau ram
bled home with a 5-and-3 win
over Bob Travendick of Southern
California.
Heavy Scoring Marks
Boys' Club Loop Play
Five winning teams in the
midget class of the Boys’ Club of
Washington Baseball Conference
jumped on the losers for a total
of 59 runs yesterday. Alexandria
B crossed the plate most in its
17-9 victory over Washington
Flour.
In other games Merrick downed
Eastern Nats, 13-5; Tt'inidad
trounced Barney Neighborhood
House, 14-2; Murphy’s Esso de
feated Maloney Concrete, 8*2, and
Alexandria A blanked Georgetown
Grays, 7-0.
Win Girls'/Softball Title
J. H. Mailander girls' softball
team cinched the Girls’ Major
League first-half title yesterday
by sinking the Marine girls’ team,
13-3. It gave the Mallanders a
6-0 league record.
How to Get There
To reach Prince Georges
Country Club:
By Automobile.
Prom downtown Washing
ton via. New York avenue and
Bladensburg road to Bladens
burg Peace Cross (also may
be reached out Rhode Island
avenue turning right just past
Mount Rainier to Bladens
burg road). At Peace Cross
turn right on Defense (high
way (toward Annapolis). At
first traffic light past Blad
ensburg High School turn
right on Landover road. Con
tinue past Cheverly. After
crossing bridge over railroad
the entrance to club is on
right.
By Public Transportation.
Capital Transit bus X-2 to
Seat Pleasant terminal, from
whence special bus service will
be provided to the cluo* on
Saturday, Sunday and Mon
day from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m„
returning from the club 4:30
to 6:30 pm. The Seat Pleas
ant bus starts at Lafayette
Square, proceeds east on I
street, Massachusetts avenue,
H street and Benniug road to
the terminal at Sixty-second
and Dix streets N.E.
W. M. & A. buses to their
Seat Pleasant terminal at
Sixty-fifth and Banks streets
within walking distance of the
Capital Transit terminal, start
at 403 Eleventh street N.W.,
opposite The Star Building.
Both provide frequent service.
County cab companies also
will provide special rates.
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tournament, starting today at Prince Georges Country Club,
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Pairings for Tomorrow
Pairings and starting times to
morrow for the second round in
The Star’s Open.
9:00 am.—Criss Sheffield, Rich
mond, Va.; *B. C. Brown, Wash
ington; ’Jack Bishop, sr., Wash
ington.
9:07—Robert Francis, Wyoming,
Pa.; ’Frank B. Gavin, Washing
ton; Robert Nealis, Toledo, Ohio.
9:i4—Val Ruffo, Washington;
’Jerry Hart, Washington; Curtis
Watson, Newport News.
9:21—Gibby Young, Newark,
Del.; ’William Byrn Curtiss. Ta
koma Park; Clinton Kennedy,
Marshallton, Del.
9:28—Gene Webb, Clayton, Mo.;
S. Walter Bogley, jr„ Landover,
Md.; Andy Gaspar. Pittsburgh.
9:35—Starter’s time.
9:42—Newt Bassler,6 Carmel,
Calif.; ’John E. McClure,. Be
thesda, Md.; George E. Tutwiler,
Harrisonburg, Va. •
9:49—Ky Lafloon, St. Andrews,
HI.; ClifT Spencer, Elizabeth City,
N. C.; Henry Williams, Jr., Sec
ane, Pa.
9:56—Pete Cooper, Ponte Vedra
Beach,' Fla.; Fred Hawkins, An
tioch, Hi.; Herman Reiser, St.
Andrews, HI. .
10:03—Fred McLeod, Chevy
Chase, Md.; ‘George Miller, Chevy
Chase. Md.; Cliff McRimmie,
Washington.
10:10—Skip Alexander, Lexing
ton, N. C.; Chandler Harper,
Portsmouth, Va.; Joe Rirkyood,
jr„ Hollywood, Calif.
10:17—Starter’s time. .
10:24 — Max Elbin, Bethesda,
Md.; ‘Spencer Overton. Balti
more; Mel Shorey, Silver Spring.
Md.
10:31—Otto Greiner, Baltimore;
‘Col. J. W. Wilson, Arlington. Va.;
Buck White, Greenwood, Miss.
10:38—Maj. J. F. Hackler, Ar
lington, Va.; ‘George Thornton,
Silver Spring, Md.; ‘Don Sullivan,
Washington.
10:45—Lloyd Mangrum, Chi
cago, HI.; Jack Isaacs, Langley Air
Base, Va.; Clayton Heafner, Char
lotte, N. C.
10:52—‘Robert V. Rhodes, Alex
andria, Va.; ‘Tom Shenk, Wash
ington.
10:59—‘W. B. McFerren, Silver
Spring, Md.; ‘Ray O’Malley, Sil
ver Spring, Md.
11:06—Lawson Little, Monterey,
Calif.; Wiffy Cox, Bethesda, Md.;
George Fazio, Conshohocken, Pa.
11:13—‘Bob Chandler, Washing
ton; ‘Patrick Martino, Washing
ton; ‘John Emick, Baltimore.
11:20—John Palmer, Badin, N.
C.; ‘Ralph Bogart, Chevy Chase,
Md.; Chick Harbert, Northville,
Mich.
11:27—A1 Houghton, Handover,
Md.; George Diffenbkugh, Be
thesda, Md.: Clagett Stevens,
Rockville, Md.
11:34—Bill Clark, Baltimore;
•Bob Harrington, Frederick, Md.;
Walter R. Potter, Fort Belvoir, Va.
11:41—Bob Williams, Annapolis;
•Eddie Johnson, Baltimore, Ar
thur Jones, Jr.. Baltimore.
11:48—Jimmy Duke, Baltimore:
•Eddie Johnson, Baltimore; Ar
Wudnoski, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
11:55—Johnny Musser, Ellicott
City, Md.: *Lt. Jim Kinder, Wash
ington; Eddie Dodson, Richmond,
Va.
12:02—Ned Cooper, Blowing
flock, N. C.: Jack Toomer, Clarks
ville, Va.; A1 Jamison, Quantico,
Va.
| 12:09—Bill McPartland, Tulsa,
iOkla.; ‘MacGregor Hunter, Los
Angeles: Pete Fleming, Hot
Springs, Ark.
12:16—Glenn Teal, Morgantown,
N. C.; John Bass, Baltimore, Md.;
Marty Furgol, Albuquerque, N.
Mex.
12:23—Ray Hill, Shreveport, La.;
Harold Oatman, Norfolk, Va.; Bill
Nary, Los Angeles.
12:30—Dave Douglas, Newark,
Del.; Ed Furgol, Royal Oak,
Mich.; Jim Turnesa, Briar Cliff.
N. Y.
12:37—Eric Monti, Santa Mon
' ica, Calif.: Charles Bassler, Ca
i tonsville, Md.; Jerry Barber, Los
Angeles.
12:44—Starter’s time.
12:51—Wicky Ford, Richmond,
Va.: *Le Roy Smith, Washington;
•Jay Lennon, Glen Echo, Md.
12:58—Sam Snead, White Sul
phur Springs, W. Va.: Andy Gib
son, Baltimore; Toney Penna,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
1:05—Pat Gardner, Carbondale,
Pa.; ’John Lyman, New York,
N. Y.; *W. R. Roath, Idaho.
l:12-r-Henry Ransom, St. An
drews, 111.; Ted Neist, Walla Walla,
Wash.; Jim Ferrier, San Francisco.
1:19—Harold Kennedy, Mar
shallton, Del.; ’Fred Greiner,
Baltimore; ’Woody Pitman, Bal
timore.
1:26—Starter’s time.
1:33—Cary Middlecoff, Mem
phis, Tenn.; Roger Peacock. Silver
Spring, Md.; Bob Hamilton, Land
over, Md.
1:40—William Crabbe, Wash
ington: ‘Charles Van Horn, Land
over Hills, Md.; Robert Sibley,
; Washington.
1:47—Fred Haas, jr„ New Or
leans, La.; Vic Ghezzi, Deal, N. J.;
A1 Smith. Winston-Salem, N. C.
1:54—John Callahan, jr., Balti
more; ‘Everette Johnson, Wash
ington; Charles Easton, Bethesda,
Md.
2:01—E. J. Harrison, Little Rock,
Ark.; Walter Romans, Baltimore;
Dick Metz, Virginia Beach, Va.
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Grip of Texas Golfers
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LINCOLN, Nebr., July 1.—A
definite threat today to Texas’
apparent monopoly on the wom
en's Trans-Mississippi golf title
was Marjorie Lindsay of Decatur,
HI.
Miss Lindsay, who was a sensa
tion in the Florida winter tourna
ments, came up to her third
round, or quarter-final match,
with Mrs. George Noble of Dallas,
Tex., with the best medal record
thus far in the meet.
The Illinois girl was six strokes
under women's par for 16 holes
on the Lincoln Country Club
course in defeating the capable
Bea McWane of Provo, Utah, 3
and 2, in yesterday’s second round.
Miss Lindsay equaled regulation
figures for men for that distance.
Miss Lindsay, Mrs. Noble Clash.
Runnerup with a 76 to Co
medalists Betty MacKinnon of
Mount Pleasant, Tex., and Betsy
Rawls of Austin, Miss Lindsay has
been well under the women’s
standard 79 in each of her appear
ances on the 6,330-yard tourna
ment strip.
Miss Lindsay met a veteran
campaigner in Mrs. Noble, who
dropped a long putt on the 18th
green to oust Edean Anderson of
Helena, Mont., 1-up.
Miss MacKinnon defeated Mrs.
Marshall (Tillie) Becker of
Topeka, Kans., 4 and 3, with a
steady 3-under-par game. Miss
MacKinnon, the former Southern
Methodist and Louisiana State
University star, made the turn
4 up, but one over par.
Betty’s foe today was Gracie
De Moss of Corvallis, Oreg., who
beat Mrs. Ed Dell Wortz, Fort
Worth, Ark.. 2 and 1, in one of
the better matches of the day.
Polly Riley Given Battle.
Polly Riley of Fort Worth, Tex.,
Trans champion the past two
years, went all the way before
eliminating Mrs. H. C. Reidel of
Dallas, 1 up. Miss Riley needed
a halve on the 18th green to close
out the match. She was 1 under
par for the full 18. Mrs. Reidel
played the course in sultry 99
degree weather in regulation
figures.
Miss Riley met Gertrude Mar
cus, Glendale, Calif., who ad
vanced at the expense of Mrs.
Janet Weiss, Flint, Mich., 1 up.
| Miss Rawls, the present Texas
! State champion, was paired
Assault Faces First Major Test
Of Comeback in Brooklyn 'Cap
By th« Associated Press j
NEW YORK, July 1.—Assault1
will face his first major comeback
test tomorrow in Aqueduct's;
Brooklyn Handicap, the same
classic he won two years ago to
become the then world "money
winning horse.”
Robert J. Kleberg’s veteran, 1946
triple-crown hero and 1947 handi
cap king, may not be the horse
he was in those days, but his re
cent. training and his race last
Friday, his first in 26 months, in-j
dicate he has d good chance to
regain high standing in the han
dicap division.
Assault was nosed out a week
ago by the little-known Argentine
horse, Michigan 3d, in a sprint.
Apprentice Willie Boland ap
parently lost that race by failing
to apply the whip to Assault when
challenged. It was a well-run
race. And Michigan 3d won smart
ly at Aqueduct yesterday, which
made Assault’s first comeback ef
fort appear even better.
The $S0,000 added 11/4-mile
Brooklyn, which Assault won in
1947 under 133 pounds, doubtless
will prove a high hurdle for the
Kleberg star, even though he will
haul only 122 this time. The more
against 1941 Trans champion,
Mrs. Russell Mann, of Lincoln
| after having defeated Corky
Major, Ottumwa, Iowa, 5 and 4. j
Mrs. Mann scored the only up
set of the tournament thus far
in eliminating Pat Devany, Gross
lie, Mich., 4 and 3.
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