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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 25, 1955, Florence, South CarolinaTai tryday morn mfg August the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Page 8-b lesser wins Urga thriller on 21 holes by Hugh Fullerton or. Charlotte n.c., aug. 24 w lesser tall golfing Automa ton from Seattle turned Back grim faced Little Mary Ann Downey of Baltimore on. The o third extra Hole today to Complete a bracket of eight experienced Quarter finalists in the women s National Amateur Golf championship. Miss lesser who la be a senior at Seattle University this fall pulled out an exciting up and Down match on the 21st Hole As dusk fell Over the testing Myers Park country club course. The defeat of miss Downey conqueror yesterday of defending champon Barbara Romack completed i torrid double round in which the sex champions All the foreign stars and virtually All of the rank outsiders were shaken out. The last two former champs. Mrs. Dorothy Germaine Porter of Philadelphia and Grace Lenczyk of Newington conn., went out in the third and fourth rounds respectively during a Day filled with minor surprises. Also eliminated were England s two Curtis cup players Elizabeth Price and Jacqueline Gordon. American Curtis cupper Marjorie Lindsay of Decatur ill., and can Ada s Hae Milligan. But there was t a major upset on the Board As the round of eight showed a neat blend of the Brash teen agers and the Over-25 group who dubbed themselves the Middle they re All players who have sound Golf games and considerable tournament experience. Possibly they weren t expected to win two matches today to reach this important bracket but they All were conceded a Chance. Here s How they la pair up for the four Quarter final matches to Morrow afternoon starting at 2 p. M. Mrs. Scott Probasco the South Ern women s Champion from Chattanooga against 18-year-old Anne quasi of Marysville wash., who is surprised every time she wins a match and who also cried when she pulled out a. Tough one this morning. Jane Nelson a laughing Hoosier Scho Imam from Indianapolis against College girl Barbara me i Tirc of Toledo. Husky Margaret Riffil Smith of St. Clair mich., last year s Junior girls Champion and one of this year s top women golfers against Little Polly Riley who was runner up for this championship two years ago and mrs. H. S. Covington the former Jane Crum from a temporary retirement this season against miss lesser a member of the ,1954 Curtis cup team. The overtime Duel Between miss lesser and miss Downey was easily the highlight of a fourth round that separated the real players trom those who had been getting by with a Little Luck. Each had an easy morning Vic tory playing the Day s Best Golf and they waged an exciting give and take struggle All the Way around the 74 Myers Park course Hilly test no layout on which women Firul t hard to score Well. Miss Downey a determined player who does t yield to pressure came Back on the second nine to Hole a Long downhill putt on the 18th Green and Send the match into extra holes. She made a Brilliant recovery from the rough at the 20th to prolong the match then ran head on into trouble on the third extra Hole and lost out. On that 374-Yard Hole the tall deeply tanned Seattle girl who plays As if she was remembering All her Golf lessons reached the Green in two and got he r four. Meanwhile Stocky Mary Ann hit her second into the rough plunked Ier third into a trap got on in four and had to Settle for a six. Only one other afternoon match went As far As the 18th. In it miss Nelson a tall Reddish haired teacher who readied the Quarter finals of the 1951 women s championship turned Back Liny Swift swinging Clifford Ann Creed the latest Darline of the teen age set. Miss Nelson and mrs. Probasco the former Betty Rowland of Ken Tucky were the Day s big winners. In the third round the 27-year-old Indiana girl eliminated her Good Friend. Mrs. Porter the 1949 Cham Pion 3 and 2. Mrs. Probasco the Southern women s Champion who never won a match in the National before this year first turned Buck miss Lindsay 1 up. Then trounced miss Lenczyk the 1948 Winner 4 and 2. Miss quasi an excitable lass who la be 18 her next birthday also had a strenuous Road into the Quarter finals. She was two Down with two holes to go against Betty Kerby of Akron. Ohio in the morn ing and won out on the 19th. Then she lost a comfortable Lead in the afternoon against mrs. Learlon simple of Sewickley pa., and had to go to the 17th to win 3 and 1. First of Aktak Iraq i conn., de u in mrs. J la Cilino i a. 4 and 3. Mrs. Is nil i Robijn a Shaitan Okoji. Tenn. I Foj Alt d in role Lindsay Jyh Rii Lur Iii Mil. Mrs. Learlon so Mijic Sewickley a. A of cried 1 re c. Surrey King land 20 holes. Anne Kunst. Wii i. Hetty Kerby. Akron Ohio a it 13 holes is Iron Onia Intuit Lellek Atlanta ia., Del eaten Janice pm. Charlotte Dri Oien. Mimic Lair . 3 and 2. Barbara i in lure. Toledo. Lilo. Defeated Virginia Dennihy. Lake Cyrus a. Jul. And 3. Clifford Ann Creed do tented Mary i Zaitun Janssen. Charlottes Volle. A. Mini Defeated mrs. Mark 1 Ortr. Philadelphia 3 and 1 Iii Jill qua Hokk Marearet it Fri Smith St. Clair Mich Defeated mrs. Car Turtle Del Oil 7 and i mrs. Margaret Allen Arlington a. 5 ilarrl50n Filipp n Ardmore Polly Hilry tort Worth. Tex., Defeated j Hlll Cudone. Along Clair . 2 and 1. Hae Milli fian. Alberta. Canada Defeated Greta Leone Chicago 2 and 1. Fourth Quarter mrs. N. S. Covi Nifton Orangeburg. S.c., Defeated Jacqueline cordon. Sunningdale a Rhind. 3 and 2. Mary Ann Downey Baltimore Defeated mrs. E. C. K. Finch new Canaan conn., g and 5. Pat Lemur. Seattle Defeated Fri. Dana Crown. Dayton. Ohio 8 and 7. Ulph a Grinnell Detroit Defeated my. Thomas Fintley. Aug fila. A. 5 and 4. Pat lesser of Seattle wash., hit trouble o n the first Hole during the third round in the women s Urga championship yesterday at Char Lotte. Miss lesser playing Mary Ann Downey of Baltimore md., was in the Sand trap in two and had her Ball fall Back into the trap Here of she tried to blast out. Miss lesser won on the 21st Hole to Advance to tomorrow s fifth round. A wire photo orioles kick Chison out of Al top spot Chicago aug. 24 Balti new York Yankees 3 to 2 victors More orioles knocked the Chicago White sox out of first place in the american league today winning the second half of a doubleheader 1-1 after losing the opener 14-1. By dividing the twin Bill the Pale Hose fell half a game behind the or Detroit today. Cleveland Defeated Boston 2-0 to remain one game out of first place. Bill Wight set the sox Down with nine hits running eight and walk ing Only 2 for his third win against five defeats. Sheri Lollar slammed his 15th Homer in the ninth inning to spoil Wight s bid for a shutout. The loss was charged to Harry Byrd who checked the Ori Oles with three hits until the Smith inning. Then Fred Marsh led off with a double and Dave Philley s two Dase hit to left Field scored him. Philley continued Home when Nel lie Fox threw wildly past third base trying to get the runner after asking the throw in from Minnie Minoso. Singles by Pinch hitter Bob Nie Man and Chico Carrasquel Fol Lowed Lollar s Homer but Bobby Adams Pinch hitting for Fox grounded out to end the game. Baltimore a n o a an to o a Marsh. 2b 4 n 5 1 so l is i 3 1 2 1 2 i i for. A i 4 2 1 Philley. If 4 1 2 5250 cry. P 0 0 0 i 3 1 n to Rios. 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