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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 13, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaPages the Florence morning news Florence 8. Saturday morning August Rosburg leads world Golf 11 under Par with 13 total Chicago aug. 12 my bldg Boh Rosburg put his Polf swing to work for a 32-35 67 today to leap ahead in tar o Swianter s Money Stampede wit a scaring us Hole total of strokes under Par. The bespectacled Palo Alto ii if. Pro who could t even Quality for last year s "world1 credited a new Long it Shai cd Driver for his Sensa Ucich 66-67 rounds. I m driving the Best in my life with this new said the 28 year old non conformist. He uses an Unla Ping baseball grip ant unwinds with a swing that has been dubbed it May not be pretty but it gets Lauri cd Rosburg who has won on the pea circuit this year. Guess i m swinging just the same As Wber my dad put a club in my Hanc when i was two and told me to go ahead and bit a Golf Wally Ulrich Stocky 33-year-old former National intercollegiate Champion from Rochester. Minn drilled a g6 for 135 to keep Well on the scent of the 72-holc winning Jackpot of in Cash a guaranteed for 55 exhibitions and an option for 50 More plus a Caddie fee and All other expenses. Ulrich whose last Victory was i the 1954 Kansas City open hat three birdies on each Side and the rest pars for a solid pair of 33s. Bullseye approaches left him putts of nine feet or less for his birdies. He missed Only one Green in his near perfect round. Meanwhile Henry hansom the Texas rancher registering from St. Andrews 111., and world Winner in 1950, welded a 70 with Bis opening b8 for 138. Some of the better known per formers were finding the Yard layout stubborn. Defending world Champion Bob Toski matched his opening i for 152. De Furgol the 1954 . Open titlist levelled off to 74 for 147 British open Winner Peter Thomson skidded to 74 for 143. Sam Snead added a 73 for 147 and Lew Worsham whose shot for an Eagle 2 on the last Hole two years ago gave him the world Gold stumbled to 77 Jor 148. Jay Hebert of Woodmere n.y., former Louisiana state Star who has been a pro seven years fashioned a Standard 72 to go with his 68 Start for a 140. Some of the most consistent Golf was registered by Doug Sanders 22-year-old University of Florida Star from Cedartown ga., who is shooting for a merchandise award in the Amateur division while the pros aim for slices of a Melon. He banged out a 70 for a Halfway tally of 137. Sanders widened his Lead to nine strokes Over husky Jim Tom Blair of Jefferson City mo., who fired a second straight 73 for 146 and second place. Fay Crocker the 1955 . Women s open Champion matched feminine Par 76 for 147 and a slight Edge Over a High powered Trio. Sharing second at 148 were Veter ans Betty Hicks and Patty Berg and Mary Lena Faulk of Thomas Ville ga., the 1953 National Amateur Champion who turned pro last Winter. Wifi Smith St. Clair mich., who won the All american women Amateur title last sunday took a one stroke Lead in her division with 157. She was closely shadowed by Glo Ria Fecht Inglewood. Calif., with 158 and Jackie Yates of Honolulu recent National intercollegiate win Ner from the University of red lands with 159. Bob Rosburg of Palo Alto calif., looks info the Hole on the ninth Green As he lines up his butt during play in the world s Golf tournament yesterday at Chicago. Rosburg shot a 32 32-67 yesterday to leap ahead in the Tarn o s Hunter s Money Stampede with a searing 36-Hole total of 133, 11 strokes under Par. The schedule of so lunar periods As printed below has been taken from John Alden Knight s so lunar tables. Plan your Days so that you will be fishing in Good territory or Hunting in Good cover during these times if you wish to find the Best sport that each Day has to offer. The major periods Are shown in boldface Type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The minor periods shown in Reg ular Type Are of somewhat Shorter duration. Date Day minor m Jor minor m Jor 13 saturday Sumter tops meet Columbia aug. 12 or s fast swim club flashed to an Early Lead As the sixth annual South Carolina closed aau swim Ming championships started Here Oday. With 10 of the 48 events completed in the two Day meet the Humler squad racked up 59 Points .0 31 for favored Columbia. The Competition saw Dean major of Columbia set a new record in he women s 200-meter individual Medley. Her time was the old Mark of was established Asl year. In other team scoring. Green Wood was third with 31 Points Fol Lowed by Saluda with 25, abbe Ville 18, Columbia memorial youth 12, Conway 10, and Rock Hill 9. By Jack hand new York aug. 12 we Willie Mays of the new York giants and any other major leaguer with More than two years experience except native caribbeans won t be Able to play Winter baseball this year in Cuba puerto Rico Venezuela and Panama. The Caribbean baseball confederation reached an agreement with commissioner Ford Frick and rep Chicago aug. 12 Bob wish continued Milwaukee s bit and run famine today As he pitched be Chicago cubs to a 7-1 win ver the braves to gain his ninth Victory on a five Hitler. The loss was Milwaukee s third i a Row As the braves settled for Cir second run in the past three arts and a total of six hits in the is two fames. The game was the seventh in hich Rush has limited the ene by to five hits or less. In this one in fast Balling right hander walk 1 three and struck out six braves. Ray Crone the first of four etchers Drew the seven Crone was shelled out in the Milwaukee 7-1 twirls five hitter Fondy s Lead off double and three singles As the cubs pounded their records to fall Columbia aug. 12 rec ords were threatened Here today As a fast Field of swimmers opened the sixth annual stale closed aau swim championships. About one half of the meet s 48 events will he run off tomorrow. Favored in the team Competition were the Columbia swim club win ice of All previous meets and sum tar. Teams also were entered from Rock Hill Greenwood spartan Newberry Ware Shoals. Ai Jan Abbeville bin Nuttsville and Saluda. First inning after yielding Dee Way into a 2-0 Lead. Milwaukee Chicago All ii o a a n 0 a or Ilion of .1 0 1 0 Montiy in 3 1 3 2 . In 3 0 1 Shaker 2b 6 2 2 0 Wlsh 4 1 1 1 Klith. Of 4230 Alinn. Zoh 4 z 5 4 hunks is 4 1 6 3 crime i 4 0 n 3220 311 of Cynko if 4 0 1 0 to nuns 4 0 1 Miksis. Of 2 i .1 0 Ennu Viilu 3 1 i a Chilli. 3160 crime p 0 0 0 0 hush p soil Lii Mai a p 1 o n i any liar 1000 Bdl i 0000 Lill Oltmer 1 o 0 Al Jis. P n o o u to Lull 31 5 2.1 1.1 Tel nos n 87 ii out on sir lace or in Linn in with. No Mil 202 0111 fondly. Baker kind 2. Banks Mikuls. Chill. Johnson male cos. Maker 3. Hanks. Jackson 2. Tanner. Jackson Tanner. Aaron. Cell Ltd. Anton auf Crowe 2 fondly Hanks and Haker. 1. Chicano 8. Son 2, Dolman 2, Varns 2. Hush 3. Rolinson 4, Delman 1, Vargas 1, hush 6. 4 in 2-3, Johnson 3 in 4 1-3, do Lynn 0 in 2. In Frias 2 in 1. Crone 2-7, Johnson 3-2, rile Mao 0-0. Vamas 2-2, Itu Sli 1-1. Hush l Doorman. Bog Fiess no Winter baseball for Mays and others Southern am Champ survives double round Asheville n.c., aug. 12 we Southern Amateur Champion Char in Harrison of Atlanta and Aubrey Rothrock University of North car Olina player from Spartanburg s. C., today survived a double round of match play to enter the finals of the Billmore Forest country club invitation Golf tournament. They will meet tomorrow Over a scheduled 36-Hole route. Harrison breezed into the finals with a 6 and 5 morning Victory Over Dave Perkins of Liggett. Ky., and a 4 and 3 semifinal win Over Frank Ford of Charleston. S. Ford had sprung a big upset in the quarterfinals ousting co medallist Dave Smith of Gastonia 4 and 2. Rothrock got past m. James of Greenville tenn., in the morn ing 2 and 1, and then fought Back for a 1-up win on the 19th Hole in his semifinal Duel with Bobby Smith of Pinehurst. Rothrock was four Down after 12 holes but pulled Square As Smith s game fell apart. Rothrock won the 18th with a Bogie and the 19th with a Par Smith three putting. had reached the semis with a scrambling 2 and 1 Triumph Over Al Dowtin of Arden three time former Champion. This is the first Bill More Forest tournament for Harrison. Rothrock was an also ran in earlier tries at the title. Army May meet Navy in Post season game resent Tives of the majors and Rienche in the current season. Minors today on a new Deal for the 1955-56 Winter season. Under the revised rules requested by the Caribbean confederation each club can use four major league players including native caribbeans. The native Caribbean players can have unlimited major league experience but the others must not have played More than two years in the majors. In addition to the four Bona fide big leagues each team can use two men from the major league Reserve list. They must have less than 4 Days major league exp both requests. In effect this new agreement would Rule out a Man like who played Winter Ball in puerto Rico last season while Ruben go Mez of the giants a native of puerto Rico would be allowed t play. The major league player representatives recently asked that the bars be let Down for unlimited Plu by All major leagues in the Winter leagues. They also asked Permis Sion to Deal directly with the carib bean owners. The new agreement turns Dow Chicago aug. 12 and Navy May play in any Post season football game a congressman told the football writers Assn. Of America today. Rep. F. Edward Hebert a la of new Orleans said lop level approval had been granted for both tar Heel Colts win Greensboro n.c., aug. 12 Tai up nine runs in the first Greensboro s Colt league All stars coasted to a 13-2 Victory Over Hagerstown md., Here today to reach the finals of the Colt regional baseball tournament. It was Greensboro s second straight tour win and the first loss for Hagerstown which had walloped Green Ville s.c., yesterday. In the second game today. Greenbrier w. A. Eliminated Greenville from the double elimination event 3-1. Hagerstown meets Greenbrier in the semifinals. The Winner of the Hagerstown Greenbrier contest will play Greensboro for inc regional championship and win a trip to the National Colt tourney at Evanston. 111., aug. 22-30. Service teams to play in a Bow game if invited. Navy played in. The sugar bowl at new Oleair Jan. 1. Hebert said air Force Secretary Talbott before his recent Resigna Tion also gave approval for the new air Force Academy to play in Post season games when that Branch ready for Competition. It was through Hebert s Effort that Navy got to play in the sugar bowl last new year s Day. The middies blanked Mississippi. 21-0. Hebert told the writers coach red Blaik of army agreed to play the cadets in future bowl games. Heberl said Navy proved by playing in the sugar bowl that Competition is the greatest Public relations Job the services could undertake. You cannot see x rays. A laying Hen has a productive life of 10 to 12 months. Urman tones Newberry Grid opener As firm night tilt Greenville. S. C., aug. A crowd of 15.000 is the goal of a Gigantic firm night drive for Furman s football season opener wit i Newberry College Here in Sirrine stadium thursday night sept. 15. Lyles Alley Furman basketball coach and a wizard at promotional angles in his basketball programs is director of the drive. He kicked off operations on the master plan aug. 1 in cooperation with the re Tail merchants association of Greenville. The idea of a firm night is nothing new in the football promotional scheme but it s a fresh scheme for this Section of count re. Lii Sunry. The game has been scheduled thursday night to avoid conflict with High school games in the greater Greenville area. It will kick off a i game sched ule fur new coach Homer in has and his Scalf of Johnny Griffith Billy Henderson Vince Croni and Ernie Cal. The Home schedule brings n. State. Florida state Davidson and Lenison to Sirrine stadium. Hobbs has planned r the Pross radio and television Day aug. 31. It will serve As a Field Day for photographers Anil inter View time for writers and radio the sports directors. The picture time starts at 3 the plan is to sell tickets at of clock to he followed by the inter each no Reserve scats business men of Greenville in blocks from five to a Hundred or occupation troops leaving Austria Vienna Austria aug. 12 Hense. The abort 25 per tent of the big four occupation troops in Austria have left the country. Is Tilers All be visiting fourth conch Hobbs guest Al a barbed ii that night at state Here nov. 5 nov. Slate Here nov. Here nov. Here. All night games at Home Start at 8 p. M., All afternoon games at 2 p. Imort. The purchasing employer if Ohms Home on Paris Mountain. Ithen scattered his tickets to his. The Complete schedule i employees his customers his sept Here in West Point oct. In Spartanburg oct. Carolina in Columbia oct. 15-the Citadel in Charleston tmiht1 oct. Firm night was tagged to the ambitious Campaign. If the goal is accomplished it under Hie new state treaty nil will be the first sellout opening bust be gone by oct. 25. Game crowd in Furman s football Burn in Auburn oct. N. 90 entered Myrtle Beach horse show Myrtle Beach aug 12 More than 90 entries of an sex. Peeled 200 total have registered Here with other entries amounting daily for the fourth annual Myrtle Beach horse show which will be held Here aug. 17-19. Show horses from Virginia. North Carolina. South Carolina. Florida and Georgia have already been entered in the show and More from other states Are expected later this week and Early next week. Prizes and trophies will amount to s4.000. General offices for the show have been set up in the Ward building under the general supervision of the Overall chairman of the project c. Hui it. The show is being sponsored by four civic clubs the Civitano Lions pilots and Ito tary and the woman s auxiliary of the Ocean View me Morial Hospital. Proceeds from the show will go Inlo the building fund of the Hospi Tal. W. .1. Dillon of Crecy Isioro. . For these cars before you buy new 1955 Pontiac Starchief v-8 demonstrator 4-door Sedan. Will sell at wholesale and buy your car at re Tail As Trade in. Only one it today 55 Chevrolet "v-8" 210 4-door Sedan. Power Glide transmission radio Heater and Many other extras. Buy this car and save several Hundred dollars. Stock no. 101. Special 54 Ford custom line 4-door Sedan. Til tone Green and beige. Radio Heater. Seat covets White Side tires. Very indeed. Stock no. 190. Only forced at second base in yesterday s game with the braves is Chicago Catcher Harry Chiti. Chiri attempted to Advance on a bunt in the fourth inning but the was was fielded in time and fired to shortstop Johnny Logan at second erasing the cub Backstop. Logan s re Lay to first was too late for a double i gymnasium gave the 25-year-old Moore Martinez Little Chance for an upset. I nevertheless Martinez who had Portland. Ore. Aug. 12 record through last year of 55 middleweight Champion 13 losses and 4 draws was i Hob i Olson aces his first lost to considered so formidable a foe that Morrow night since his knockout some 10.000 tans were expected to Ighel titlist Archie turn out at mul Noniah stadium. Moore. J Olson Kac is he meets Jimmy a Classy durable Boxer train Dale. Ariz., in a to remd non til it scrap Here. The fight first of three will direct preparations for the Olson has scheduled As warmups show itself. N championship defense against Thoro will to various classes Hay Robinson in november. In inc show with Hunters and go on about 9 . Post. Ing horses added this year. Old line commie gets Hanoi Post we Are expecting the bifrost show we have Ever had Huilt said yesterday. Olson has appeared determined in workouts Here this week and those who watched them in Chr jockey Willie Shoemaker takes shops for in Early morning workout on the grass of Wanh Matt Folk Racetrack in suburban Home Wood. Swaps is training for the Ameri can Derby Ond also for a match against nosh n on aug. 31

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