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Washington Captures
Northern Va. League
Title Second Time
Washington Golf and Country
Club, finalists in the Maryland
State team championship, sent
its strongest golf team to Quantico
yesterday and came back with its
second title in- three years of play
in the Northern Virginia League.
Washington trailed the hosts
by a half-point going into the
final match, but won, 45Vi to $7
for Army Navy, 32 Vi for Quantico
and 29 for Belle Haven in the
final series. That left the win
ners with a 160-point total to
147 Vi for Quantico, last year’s
winner; 146Vi for Army Navy,
and 122 for Belle Haven.
High individual Scorer was
Lt. Col. P. T. Clifford of Army
Navy with 26 Vi points to 26 for
Harold Hair of Washington and
25 Vi for Joe Daniels of Belle
Haven, as the latter scored a per
fect nine points yesterday.
Col. Clifford won the driving
contest among the league mem
bers yesterday and the prize for
the closest second shot on the
18th hole went to Maj. Jack Jor
dan, who knocked his shot into
the cup for a eagle deuce. Lt.
R. A. Andres won the blind bogey
with a 90. •
Claude Rippy, who had a 74 de
spite a seven on the par four third
hole, and William Walsh scored
eight points each for Washington
while W. C. McCabe scored 6Vi,
Lew Swartwout 6, Sid Carroll and
Hair 4Vi and Jim Gardner and
Hal Webb 4 each in the final
match.
Billy Griffin and Ted Burrows
will play off for the medal in Efie
Manor Club championship next
week after tying with three-over
par 73s in the qualifying round
that ended yesterday.
Griffin and Burrows are heavy
favorites to reach the final, as
several of the club's top golfers
are not competing in the club
tournament. Defending champion
Eddie Stevens is out of town and
Earl McAleer, a former winner, is
playing in a member-guest tour
nament with former Manor mem
ber Bud Nebeker in Boston. Don
Sullivan qualified with 74 and Bob
Wharton with 75 but they with
drew due to conflicting dates with
the Fairacre Bowl tournament at
Hot Springs.
W. F. Pounder had a 74 and Lee
Ritter 75 for the next best scores
in the medal tests.
William McFerren and Eddie
Ault moved a step closer to a
duplicating last year's finalists
in the Indian Spring Club cham
pionship as McFerren. the win
ner over Ault in 1948, defeated
George Thornton, 4 and 3. and
Ault won over Eddie Fitzgerald,
6 and 5. Ault will meet Doug
Jackson in one semifinal match
as Jackson defeated Dick Bchatt
man, 2 and 1. McFerren plays the
winner off’tbe Jdfe Zekas-Alan
Weisberg match.
Mrs. K. S. Giles, a former cham
pion. and Mrs. John, Long reached
the women’s final %s Mrs. Giles
defeated Mrs. George Thornton,
3 and 2, and Mrs. Long won over
Mrs. R. Hayman, 7 and 6.
Marvin Wortham, who U playing and
practicing dally for hit debut In the
National Amateur championship. ad
vanced to the semifinal of the Preaident’a
Cup play at Bethtsda by defeating Col.
Ft B. Oxrleder. 3 and 1. Defending
Champion Phil Donaldson loat, 2 up, to
Tony Popalakl.
Anacostla golfers did It again. The
team from the Plata doesn’t win many
matches away from home, but it avenged
a previous defeat at the hands of Ocean
View In Norfolk by winning. 24-9, over
the visitors yesterday at Anacostla.
Dr. R. A. Cole and Courtney Llts both
nlayed the short course In OT strokes and
Dr. Cole and W. W. Seay of the hosts
Ton all three points from John and
Marshall Cherry.
Mrs. Richard Mothershead. who »soon
will begin defense of her women s club
> ’lamplonship at Argyle. won a 36-bole
'cdal play tuneup even wish a gross
• 70 Low net pritewinners were Mrs.
■ sines Hall. 191-48—143: Mrs. Hazel
:4ea’>. IDO-46—144: Mrs. A P. Sasscer,
173-26—147. and Mrs. Charles Thoms
on 184-36—148. High net went to
Mrs. Tranlt Mueller with 246-68—178.
L. C. Stewart posted a pair of 88s and
deducted a 16 handicap from each for
a net 144 and the lead at the two-thirds
mark of the Board of Governors trophy
play at Congressional. E. M. English
had a pair of 83s and deducted eight
handicap strokes from eaclf for a net 150.
Dave Wortman's 72-5—67 was low score
in the sweepstakes at Woodmont, followed
Everett Stelnem with 78-10—68 and
Chip Cantor with 77-7—70 In Class A.
Class B winners were Stan Rosenweig.
83-16—88: Mel Lewis. 81-13—68. and
Bobby Goldstein, 82-13—60. In Class C
the winners were: Harry Rubin.
83-20—63; Joe Kahn, 86-19—67: Nelson
Blechman, 86-19—67. and in Class D
Dave Barron with 95-28—67 and H.
Michelson, 92-24—68.
Mr. affd Mrs. William O'Brien won
Prince George's husband-and-wlfe cham
pionship with a net sco« of 139, with
second to Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Voigt
with 152. Mrs. O'Brien had 101 and
her husband. 87; and Mrs. Voigt, 95, and
her husband. 77.
Washington's handicap tournament in
which each player did not count his three
holes went to B T. Harniberger with
63-12—51 and E. S. Coffman, sr..
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BREAKS SWIMMING 1&ECORDS—Joel Leeman (left) of Ambassador Club set two District AAU
swimming records last night in the championship meet at Prince Georges Club pool, winning
the 100-yard freestyle and the 100-yard backstroke. With her is her teammate, Ellen Oberti,
who finished third in the backstroke event. __
Record 76 Will Start
Mid-Atlantic Junior
Golf Tomorrow
The Middle Atlantic Golf As
sociation opened Its junior tour
nament to youngsters who were
not members of member clubs,
and as a result a oecord field of
76 entered tomorrow’s 18-hole
play at Prince Georges Country
Club.
The winner Mrlll receive posess
sion pf a new permanent trophy
for one 'year. Prizcffc #fil be
awarded in age groups as well as
to the low gross scorers. Pairings
were announced by I?r. R.. A.
Keilty, secretary.
9— Aldred Hobelman, Larry Spellman
and Billy Powell; 9:06—Earnest Ruflner,
Bradley Burrows and Shelley Blitz: 9:12—
Irvine Salamv. Dennis Fatten and Terry
Cullinane: 9:18—Kenneth Holt, Jerry
Hunter and Jerry Duobroff' 9:24—Jack
Hunter. Bert Loftine and Jimmy Valle:
9:36—Maurice Murphy. Jimmy Crulce and
Buddy Watwood; 9:42—Jerry McFerrln,
David Wilbers and Harry Williamson;
9:48—Btuer Best. Stuart Bowen and BUi
Livingston; 8:54—Harvey Bolton. Jr.,
Sonny Blackwell and James Barrett.
10— Joe Klinestober. Bill Blue and P.
Brown; 10:06—Arthur Dubit. Charles
Christianson and Brook Parauahr; 10:12—
Jules Dubit. Carry Robinson and Carney
Howell: 10:18—Henry Kerfort. Joe LeMot
and Beinie Wisner; 10:24—Phil Kapnelt,
Richard MacFarlaln and Billy McFerrln;
10:36—Ray La wren son III. Jerry Irwin
and Danny Price: 10:42—Bob Miller. Jim
Clark and Bob Feaslns; 10:48—Bob Roae.
Bill Tulley and James Case; 10:54—Stelse
Foltz, Michael Brown and Tommy Mur
feer.
11— 8tarter'« time: 11:06—Hank Ford.
Dennis Bolster and Lee Edwards; 11:12—
Oliver Fletcher, Jr.. George Huguely and
Jack Furev: 11:18—Jay Whalen: William
Ball and Frank McCoy; 11:24—Bill Duke.
John. Elsinger and Billy Buppert: 11:30—
Charles Kray. Charles Coleman and
Edward Bumap; 11:36—Sonny Cowherd,
Leo Culllr.ane and .Jack Jankowski:
11:42—Floyd Kelley. CBarles Jaimsen and
Dedrick; 11.48—Billy Wolfe and Willie
Beach.
Campbell's Wife Injured
In Automobile Crash
iy the Associated Press
FENNY STRATFORD. England.
Aug. 22.—Mrs. Daphne Campbell,
wife of speed driver Donald Camp
bell, was injured seriously yester
day in an automobile collision. She
suffered severe cuts and shock.
She was driving to London from
Lake Coniston, where her hus
band made an unsuccessful bid
last week to better his father’s
water speed record of 141.74 miles
in hour. Fenny Stratford is just
jutside London.
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Joel Leeman Swims to 2 Marks
Of 4 Made in D. C. Junior AAU
When tired Joel Leeman
climbed out of the Prince Georges
Country Club shimming pool for
the second time last night there
was no doubt that she was a
thrilled 16-year-old girl. She had
just gained her second District
of Columbia junior AAU outdoor
tank championship, winning the
century freestyle in the recprd
breaking time of 1:09.7—nearly
eight seconds faster than the
standard set last year by Sally
Ladd. ■
Less than 30 mlgwft j&Cfore she
had set a new record in captur
ing the District junior 100-yard
backstroke title.
ips
___1 the
outstanding individual perfor
mance of the meet, a fine divi
dend for the eight months’ train
ing grind die has put in at the
Ambassador pool.
Hardly was Joel out of the pool
before she asked her coach, Bill
Armstrong, if she should report
for practice today. Jo^l_is aim
ing at some of the crowns in the
District or Columbia senior aau
championships at Takoma Park
pool next Monday.
Audrey Cunningham of Con
gressional Country Club also was
a record-breaker in her first
championship meet. The willowy
brunette, who has been in com
petition less than two seasons,
won the 50-yard freestyle and
clipped 4 10 seconds ofl the
former District record.
The fourth District of Colum
bia record went to Ken Hoge,
Ambassador freestyler, who won
the»men's 50-yard event in 27 sec
onds.
Irving (Soyny) Bridgets, Am-,
bassador '’ftejifJiMfc* the lorHS
senior event. mensTowboard dl#|
ing, lor the fifth consecutive
year. /
Ambassador swimmers won
seven of the 15 events, with Ta
koma victorious in four races. An
unheralded Indian Spring trio,
Sally and Nancy Ladd and
Laurae Poling, scored an upset
with victory in the ^omen's 150
medley relay.
Snead and Middlecoff
Tie ill Series Final
' ly the Associated Press
MEMPHIS, Aug. 22.—Cavy Mid
dlecoff and Sam Snead have fin
ished thei* exhibition series with
the score tied. The/ started
earlier this month at Souix City.
With additional stops at Quincy.
111., and Knoxville, Cary brought
a four-stroke lead to Memphis.
Sam caught up with him on Sat
urday, here, and they shot identi
cal 70s in their final match yes
terday.
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Ferrier's 263 Blasts
PGA Tourney Record
For Par 72 Course
By the Associated Press
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Aug.
22.—Big Jim Ferrier of San Fran
cisco finally won a golj tourna
ment yesterday and rewrote the
recprd book in doing it.
Ferrier, the perennial runner
up in pro golfing circles this sea
son, turned in a 263 score to cop
$2,600 first-prize money in the
Grand Rapids Open golf tourna
ment at Cascade Hills Country
Club.
His performance bettered by a
stroke the PGA tournament-rec
ord of 264 for a par-72 course.
That was set by Craig Wood in
the Metropolitan Open at New
York in 1949.
The Australian-born Ferrier had
to call on his golfing skill and
luck to turn back the challenge
of E. J. (Dutch) Harrison of St.
Andrews, 111., who fired a brilliant
eight-under-par 64 on the final
round yesterday in an effort to
catch him. Ferrier had a 65.
Retains tour-stroke Lead.
Perrier took a four-stroke lead
into the final round of the 72
hole affair as he had a 54-hole
total of 198, while Lloyd Man
grum of Chicago was in the run
ner-up spot with 202 and Har
rison in third place with 203.
Mangrum had three birdies and
15 pars for a 69—three under par
—and a 271 card for the $15,000
tournament. Harrison wound up
with 267.
Perrier's play at the 16th hole
had the winner, Harrison and
6,000 fans all holding their
breath. . At that point Jim was
three under par and Harrison was
five under.
Perrier’s drive on the 297-yard
hole was in the rough and he hit
his second shot onto the green
about 15 feet from the pin. Har
rison lofted his second shot toward
the green about 130 yards away.
The ball hit 3 feet beyond the
pin, skipped back and dropped in.
Putt Hangs on Lip, Drops.
With the pressure on, Ferrier
lined his 15-footer toward the
cup, but the ball stopped just on
the lip—held out by a single blade
of grass.
Jim puffed nervously on a
cigaret for nearly two minutes—
then turned his back to watch
Lawson Little of Monterey, Calif.,
the third member of the three
some.
Suddenly the crowd gave a
tremendous yell- The ball had
toppled in, giving Perrier a birdie
three and the boost he needed to
go on to win.
The leaders:
Jim Terrier . 60-67-65-85—263 $2,800.00
E. J. Harrison 65-88-70-84—287 1.900.00
Ll'd Mangrum 67-66-60-69—271 1,4(81.00
Fred Haas. Jr. 71-69-68-66—274 1.150.00
Dave Douglas 70-71-67-67—275 1.000.00
Marty Furgol 70-70-69-68—277 POO.OO
Lawson Little 72-88-68-70—278 800.00
Ed Furgol .. 70-66-73-70—279 850.00
At Smith 69-67-70-73—279 650.00
Ellsw’th Vines 71-71-70-68—280 452.60
Skip Alexander 71-71-69-69—280 462.60
’Paul Stauch. 70-70-72-68—280
Otto Greiner . 68-72-70-70—280 452.50
Paul C .71-68-71-70—280 452.5(1
.Henry 1-68—281 273.33
George j tPO-^281 273.33
Ky Faffoga -Z *81 273.33
Oeo.Schkalt _ -282 ISO 00
Jerry Barber. S0-7f. 1-70—282 180 00
Ted Nelst 71-74-67-70—282 180.00
Glenn ~~ ‘ — - .282 180
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Today a year ago—Australia
defeated Czechoslovakia to gain
the challenge round in Davis
Cup tennis play.
Three years ago — The St.
Louis Cardinals moved into a
tie with Dodgers for National
League lead by beating Phillies
twice.
Five yean ago—Lt. (jg) Paul
Brown succeeded Tony Hinkle
as football coach at G^eat Lakes
Naval Base.
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McKillips Earns Title
In National Runabout
Race at Cambridge
By Malcolm Lambome, Jr.
Star Staff Correspondent
CAMBRIDGE, Md„ Aug. 22.—
The country’s first national cham
pion of the fast-growing 48-cubic
inch runabout class is a 35-year
old investigator for the House of
Representatives’ Un-American Ac
tivities Committee in Washington.
Pete McKillips. whose home is
in St. Michaels, Md., earned the
title with a first and a third in
the event-packed Cambridge
Yacht Club National Champion
ship regatta, which ended here
yesterday.
McKillips’ performance was the
more remarkable because he’s
been racing'speedboats only three
months. The fastest craft he
has handled before this summer
was a St. Michaels sailing scow,
which is not noted for speed.
Novotny Sweeps Class.
In the first of two heats for
the 48s,. McKillips took his tiny
racer Half Shot around the 5-mile
course at 40.395 miles per hour
to set a new mark for the class.
But this record lasted only three
hours. P. J. Henn of Murphy,
N. C., driving Mrs. Reese Lay
ton’s Yellow Jacket Jr., was
clocked at 41.570 in the second
heat.
Dr. Louis Novotny of Los An
geles, current champ in the Pa
cific One-designs, swept both
heats for the Eastern class title
and also bested his own 5-mile
mark, which he made last Octo
ber at Salton 8ea, Calif. Yester
day’s speed was 53.763.
Earl Hildebrand of Arlington,
former outboard driver turned
48-cubic-inch hydroplane racer,
won both heats In his'riass against
a small field. He drives Jo Jo,
named for his daughter.
Palmer’s Boat Disqualified.
Joe Palmer lost a heart-breaker
of a race in the 135 hydroplanes.
He tied for points for first with
Jerry Powell of Richmond, but
a course judge reported he cut
one of the turning buoys. Ref
eree A1 Bauer had to disqualify
Palmer's Tommy Boy, which
dropped him to fourth.
Powell garnered an impressive
11.800 for 135s and 800 for Divi
sion II 225s. Henry Lewis of
Washington earned a second-place
trophy in D racing runabouts,
which saw Frank Foulke of Essex,
Md., crowned as national champ
Other class titles were earned by
Ed Aleksandrowicz of Baltimore,
E racing runabouts: Les Trafton.
St. Petersburg, Fla., C racing, and
Lou Burk, Philadelphia. B racing.
Aubrey Thacker of Washington
took third in the D series with his
Jezebel V.
Lou Barrett, vice commodore of
Cambridge Yacht Club, narrowly
escaped serious injuries when he
flipped over in his Ava Lou II in
the first heat of the B racing class.
He .was.ta&en, to. Cambridge Hos
pital and treated for a dislocated
shoulder. He returned to tlje club
in time for trophy presentation
by Commodore Ed Evans.
A sfisSSsiSPis S OCT A T IO V.
Toledo 7 __ Milwaukee 4
8t. Paul 6-10 Louisville 0-0
Kansas City 8 _ . . Indianapolis 6
Minneapolis 15 Columbus 13
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE.
Seattle 10-3_ . Portland 1-1
Oakland 7-7 Hollywood 0-6
Sacramento 6-2 _ . San Dleso 2-9
San Francisco 8-8 Los Anseles 3-2
TEXAS LEAGUE.
Fort Worth 3_ Houston 1
Tulsa 6 Beaumont 4
Oklahoma City 4 _ Shreveport l
San Antonio 11 _ Dallas 6
EASTEBK LEAGUE.
Hartford 8 Williamsport 4
Wilkes-Barre S_Binghamton 2
Scranton 18 _ Utica 1
Elmira 9-6_Albany 1-1
Plummers' Canadian Song Best
Hunter in Show at Suitland
By Angelina J. Carabelli
Mr. and Mrs. George Plummer
of Potomac, Md„ are displaying a
well-earned hunter tricolor gar
nered by Canadian Song yester
day at Suitla'nd’s Southern Mary
land horse and pony show spon
sored by Prince Georges Demo
cratic Club.
Canadian Song, a 16-hand 8
yeariOld chestnut by Canadian
Ensign-Marching Song, also won
a second leg on the Elmer Pum
phrey Memorial grand champion
ship award.
Reserve to Canadian Song was
Mr. and Mrs. George Mueller’s
Imp. Ballela, ridden by Gardner
Hallman to working and open
hunter victories. Canadian Song,
ridden by Buddy Downs, accounted
for the hunter hacks, was second
in the women’s, the open hunter
hacks and third in tfle working
for her 12-point score.
The jumper division was won by
Black Jack, owned by Joe Owens.
Reserve was Dr. John R. Keeler’s
Wood Secret, ridden by her own
er. Black Jack, ridden by Ronny
Mayo, took the knock-down-and
out and placed in the warmup and
the open. Wood Secret was win
ner of the open and was third in
the warmup and the modified.
In the pony division. Sue Ann
Freeman took the pony cham
pionship with a 10-point score
and earned a leg on the Challenge
Cup. This team earned blues in
the intermediate saddle event and
the Challenge Cup. Reserve re
sulted in an 8-point tie between
Sandra Scarfl's Black Satin and
Page and Berkely Jennings’ Blue
Blazes. Blue Blazes won in the
conformation judging to break the
tie.
Claude W. Owen's Sky’s Shadow
wound up one point behind Cana
dian Song in the grand cham
pionship competition. Sky’s Shad
ow. piloted by Gardner Hallman,
took the green hunters, was fourth
in the open hunters, second in the
hunter hacks, third in the road
hacks and, ridden by Mrs. Hall
man, was winner of the women *
class.
In the junior division, Sally
Blauner and her Three’s A Crowd
accounted for first place in the
junior hunters, second in the jun
ior hacks and third in the green
hunters. Others scoring wins were
Robin Hughes in the lead rein
class, Bobbie Gardner in the small
pony hacks and Carroll Ebeling’s
Cassilis Comet in the pony jump
ers.
Father-Son Golf Title
Snared by Johnstons
Bill Johnston and his son, Eddie,
the latter a National Amateur
qualifier, won the Maryland State
Father - and - Son championship
for the fourth time yesterday, and
by a seven-stroke margin with a
78 at Five Farms.
The defending champions, Capt.
I. C. Bogart, U. S. N„ and Ralph,
of Chevy Chase, had trouble on
the outgoing nine in the alternate
shot event and took 47 strokes.
They came back in 38 for 85 for
second place.
W. B. McFerren, sr., and jr.,
of Indian Spring, tied for low net
with 87-11-T-76. R. O. and Peter
Berlinghof had the same score.
The only other Washington team
in the prize list was Bradley Bur
rows, sr.. and jr., of Manor, with
90-13—77.
Windward Paces Boats
In Urbanna Regatta
Sy the Associated Press
URBANNA, Va.. Aug. 22.—
Charlie Nelms’ Windward, of the
Norfolk Yacht and Country Club,
paced the fleet of 14 Hamptons in
each of the three races here yes
terday on the Rappahannock,
accumulating 47.1 points to take
first place in that class. In the
first annual regatta of the Vir
ginia Yacht Club.
Play Gatewood's Greyhound of
jthe Willoughby Yacht Club was
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