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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - August 25, 1957, Florence, South CarolinaSports news Orence morning news sunday morning August 25, 1957 the Florence morning news Florence s. Page 1-b championship plaque Jimmy Daniel of Green Friday night by defeating Tuscaloosa ala., 2-1, As his Jubi National legion representative at the Region five Tournai Lant teammates look on. Greer now enters sectional com ment presents Greer Captain Donnie Dill with a plaque for petition at Sumter. Morning news photo by Kirkland the regional title which the South Carolina champions won Minneapolis hosts Walker play this week Minneapolis. Aug. 24 the i Cath International Golf match for lie Walker cup will be player Here next Wei k Between a Young hopeful British team and an older american squad which Migli be a great one. This is an oddly lopsided inter National Competition which i invariably produces some1 very Fine Goli and a Little suspense before the americans come out on top. The United states has won the Walker cup 15 out of 1c times in has been contested plus an in formal Victory in before the trophy was put up. No one concerned really expects the British to make a serious threat Friday and saturday on the rolling Blini Kazhda course but the match Wil be followed with intense interest by golfers throughout the United states and great Britain probably by a Large number of spectators Here. Britain s team the product of a two year search by non playing Captain Gerald Micklem and Ray mond Oppenheimer w e a 11 h y chairman of the selection commit tee obviously was chosen with an Eye to the future. It includes Only four players Over 30 years old. The americans have Only four under 30. The final result of the match Likely will depend on the strategy of the non playing captains. Mick Jem and Charlie Coe of Oklahoma City in naming their lineups. When Britain scored its Lone Vic tory. 7-4. At St. Andrews Scot land in 1938. The deciding Points were won by the last three sin players. The match consists of four Fiir Toms in which partners hit alter Nate shots Wilh one Ball on Fri Day and eight singles on Satur Day. Each Victory counts one joint halved matches nothing. Minik Ahda a rolling tree stud ded course by Lake Calhoun. Not far from downtown Minneapolis is 6.550 Yards with a new Par of 71. Missing from the american team is Larvic Ward u. S. Amateur Champion for the past two Jears. He is serving a year s pro Bation for violation of Amateur rules. Tusl Snow we with Horrey Shnoper sports editor morning legion tourney history now the Region five american legion baseball tournament is history now. Rut the magic City can look Back to some of its finest sports moments in i Long time this past week. For Greer s regional champions. Liere be a few Days off before the journey to Slimmer for Section b Competition. Coach Paul Edwards relieved that his team sewed up the title Friday night instead of going the full seven games said after it was All Over he was going up to the mountains for a few Days. We can t blame him because it starts All Over again wednes Day night at Slimmer. Greer can expect plenty of Competition against winners of at Shelby n. C., and new Orleans but unless someone can come up with a Way to Stop the Greer bats or curb Greer s Lisching and defense. Edwards earn might Well be making the Ong trip to Billings mont., for he National finals the first week n september. It was Donnie Dill who made the noise for Greer Friday night in a lace of the up sealers Tomn ing Bals. To usual quota of but 16 wore left Britain s babies Are Alan bus Tell 20. Alec Shepperson 21, and Michael Bon alack 22. Greer got Lase runners traded. Had not Dill who won his not game of the tourney acted ii sickly in the fourth inning against Tuscaloosa. A saturday ame might have been necessary. It was 2-1. Greer. Wilh one out. Vayne Kyzer who had knocked i Tuscaloosa s run. With a double As on third thanks to an infield it. At this Point. Dill uncorked a ild throw that bounced almost o the Backstop. Kyzer raced Home presen ing the Rioin run. Audi Atcher Ralph Smith dashed after e Ball. J when the throw came Dill was i Eady. In one motion he took the. Iss and tagged and it still 2-1. A team plays a ill Terrill game when they re tied up. It might have changed everything. Sunday sundries even though almost half of Fri sideling South Carolina s entry was an up state team. It proved people in his area still have a desire to see Good baseball. The first two games were witnessed by a flock major league scouts. Among those present were Clyde Klutz of Kansas City Wes Livingood of the Phillies Ken Mir Slieson of tile giant. Dave Madison of fac Yankees Pat Gainey of the senators Chick Galloway of the tigers Sam Allen of Milwaukee Ivy Griffin of the cubs Leon Hamilton of the dodgers and tuck Mctonnell of Pitts Burgh. Without the combined efforts of Many people the just concluded legion tournament would never have been the Success it was. Ii is hard to single out one or two persons in an undertaking but extra credit must go to Billy Jeffers and his City Crew and groundskeeper wit Dir Icooper. V. Flowers chairman of the tournament committee said ate yesterday from the inform Ion he had received this year s Norney Here bettered the 1956 of air Al Greenville at the Gate. Activity at Darlington inter nation no raceway swings into High gear this week with time trials starting wednesday. The 1957 Southern Only a week and one Day Distant promises to he a record Selling one in Many Way. An indication of what s to come labor Day will be presented in qualifying for the pole position wednesday after noon. Suggs Leader in Kansas City tournament by 4 Kansas City aug. 24 w Louise Suggs of sea Island. A. Played a neat three under Par 72 today to take Over the. Lead after two rounds in the women s heart of America Golf tournament. Miss Suggs two round total of 146 in the 54-Hole meet left her four strokes in front of Bonnie Randolph Naples fla., who had a second round 76 and a 150 total. Also keeping in Contention for first Money in the tournament ending tomorrow on the 6.400 Yard Par 75 Blue Hills country club course were Fay Crocker of Montevideo Uruguay and mar Lene Bauer Hagge. Del Ray Beach fla., with 151. Mrs. Hagge shot a Crocker Par mrs. Jackie Pung hefty so Roker from Honolulu now playing out of san Francisco and four others were grouped six strokes off the Lead at. 152. 35-39-74 and miss 35-40-75 today. Braves whip 3-7 Yankees top indians 10-4 bombers net 7 tallies in 5th Frame Cleveland. Aug. 24 ing seven runs in the fifth inning the new York Yankees trounced the Cleveland indians 10-4 before Louis Milf Auker National lost ret. Behind crowd of today. Three Cleveland runs were knocked in by Rookie Joe Caffie recently brought up from Buffalo who hit his first major league Home run in the fifth inning. Caffie also Hud three singles for a perfect Day Tom held a 10-0 Lead at one Point posted his 12th Victory but was unable to finish. The tribe knocked him out with two runs in the ninth. Mickey Mantle rapped a double in two official times at Bat boost ing his average one Point to .374. Andy Carey led the Yankees 11 hit attack with four four four a triple an three singles. The loss was charged to Don Moss ii who was forced to leave the game in the fifth with a pulled Back muscle. The bases were loaded and the yanks led 2-0 when he departed. Vew Tork Cleveland All hoi h o a Bauer of 4120 Cable of of 5430 Mcd c old 2b-ss Avila 21 5131 4101 Woodling a 2 1 0 0 Mantle of z 1 0 0 col Vito of 2020 Coleman 2b 2 0 0 i Marls of 4030 Skowron a 3232 Williams so 5220 Oro Uklyn Cincinnati new York Cal Casio 53 .366 35 .557 60 .508 1 6t ins 1 87 1 72 .395 7.i .375 Berra 5 0 13 1 Altobelli in 4042 Simpson if 3140 car Sznel is 4 2 5 3 Carey 3b 4411 Nixon p 3151 Kubelt is of 5 m 0 Mossi p 2001 Sturdivant p 4 y 0 ii Daley p 1001 Ditmar p 0010 Ahaines 1 i 0 o totals m 11 27 5 totals 38 11 it s Tor dal Erin 9th. New York Clr Roland Hui 4 2, ecu Busald 2. Manue. Skowron. Borra. Simpson. Carey Sturdi vant Saftic . Raines. A Daley 2. Sturdivant. Hail Mantle. 3. Simpson 2. Carey Kubek. Bauer scored or. Daley s error in Rerra scored on Daley s second Caffie 3, Avila. Skowvron car 1-aso.uel. Mcdougald. Do Berra and Kubek. York 10, cd Certano. 10. 3. Mossi 4. Daley 3. Slur Davant 9. Ditmar 2, Mon 2, Daley 3. 12 in 8 pitched to 4 Bat lies in Maui 5 in 4 13. Ditmar 0 in 1. Daisy 8 in. 4 2-3. Vant 4-4, Dilmar 0-0. Mosri 6-5, Daley 4-i. Daley Batten. 10-gi. U Mckinley soar and sport briefs Florence girls Bow fishing prizes set Winnsboro aug. 24 we Laurens unbeaten team whipped Florence. 14-10, Here tonight to win the state Junior girls soft jail Crown. Sarah Brown and Gladys Stead Ings pitched the Victory Over Flor ence previously once beaten and survivor of the losers bracket in uie double elimination tournament. Lbs Steadings led the winners Wilh three singles. Florence Short Stop Paula Morgan had a Solo Home run and a single. 212 040 1 10 12 12 700 142 14 10 5 Florence Laurens Georgia Jenkins. Peggy Phillips and Joan Mclaurin Sarah Brown. Gladys Steadings 7 and Carolyn Scurry. Myrtle Beach. Aug. 24 there he in Cash prizes this fall for Lucky anglers who fish along South Carolina s Horry resort coast and Murrell s Inlet North to the North Carolina line. The figure was approved monday by Fiscar officials at monday morning will come special committee meeting at Lier than usual for Mcl Lenaghan ill Iuli school s footballers. A week Gin the Myrtle Beach chamber of Commerce sponsors of the newly organized northeastern South son said Patterson made the state ment and others 54 hours before he knocked out Rademacher in in rounds. Watson s Story slated speaking of the 22 georgians who raised guarantee to gain Radmacher his shot at the title Patterson said in new York they could t have raised on this kind of fight. Rademacher could t have the Money in any other lace but Georgia or the South. That Money had of be. Raised someplace where they Don t like coloured Day night s legion tourney crowd was from Greer the attendance from Florence and the pee Dee area was surprisingly Good con at Camp at Attar Slimmer is the Agenda to Carolina anglers Hoodoo. Florence which opens sept. 13 at i two top of s250 each Wil i e m o r i a 1 stadium against Georgetown. For a number of schools it will be a play Ball Fri Day night. Full scale activity for most slate teams won t begin unti the following week. Southern 500 race week opens tomorrow at Darlington time trials set to open Darlington aug. 24-Soulh 500 race week officially opens at the huge South Carolina race Plant monday. Car inspections and formal prac Tice starts for the labor Day Southern 500 mile Stock car Clas tic that promises to be the fast est and largest in the eight year history of the huge Speedway. The purse is already the Largos Ever offered Lor n single pm Emit. Time rials for starting positions in the big race Start Al 1 . Wednesday and continue through saturday when the lost of lie sixty car Field will he declared Oil or in or out of the classic. Honoris a Daylong vol Rynn who has driven in seven previous sons hut never won has been established As text in voile in Inke Down first place Money of nearly . Roberts will drive a Ford. The fastest qualifier wednesday will held the number one starting spot labor Day. Favored besides to burls Are curl is Turner win Ner last year. Paul . Turner s . Word Drivers and Buck Baker. 1953 Victor will drive a Chevrolet. Speed a Illel inns for qualify ing Luis a been to Al 117 Mill s an hum ii inc in inc Trillos Linker s i Ruck Moid last year but up Iii it Ajili for lie full 500 Miles this is nearly Ion Miles Over the record it lust year by Turner 95.is Mph. A Lap qualifying race will be held each Day Between the Dikiy s qualifiers. Noel saturday Al the conclusion Ftp the firs an Nual Southern festival and Parade will be held in downtown Darling ton. The theme of the festival will be the old South with race Drivers piloting Beauty Queens competing for the title of miss Southern 500. Lii iced gales will open at 2 . with race fans per milled to Canp inside the huge Speed Way. for the Camp ers is scheduled. Are race ceremonies Start Alto . Monday featuring the National cd minion ship Winyah High school find Carolina Chain Pion Tifi Vns buro n. C., High school bands. The race will Slart no ii . Ilace fans Hegnin arriving i h e first week in August in Darling ton. Last year people poured into South Carolina for the race and next monday s even is exported in Alarnel the same be offered one for the biggest fish caught in class a pier surf or non commercial outboard there will also be 20 weekly Cash prizes ten in each class covering a total of 2fi species of fish eligible for entry. These species of fish which can win Cash prizes along with mini mum weight requirements for entry will he posted on each fishing pier party boat All of which will do official weighing stations and at additional weighing stations Al business firms along the he a Oscar angles Rodeo. Reward rack Victor Chicago aug. 24 Bill far ack the Nal Ion s top jockey spurred jewel s Reward a 12-1 shot to a b aging finish which overhauled the Odd on favorite Alhambra fora Triumph n the Washington Park f it drily today. It was the Slakes Victory of he year for Harlack. Who look off Vith his nose bleeding and stuffed Vith Cotton wads from an injury received in the preceding race when a flying Elud struck him. Alhambra 3-5 favorite Ridden by Eddie Arcaro. Moved in front Al the 1-3 pole in the six Furlong dash for 2-year-Olds and seemingly was headed for his seventh first in As Many starts. But Harlack got jewel s Reward flying deep in the stretch and the Maine Chance farm Colt went winging past Alhambra. Third was Strong ruler an entry Wilh luge. Enegente who set the Midway face was fourth in the nine horse Field. Cain Sanders win Daroux Tox. Aug. 24 a Eam of Darlington and Florence yes Teklay s resijl1s Milwaukee 1 , 7 Pittsburgh 4, Cincinnati 1 Chicago to. New York 2 St. Ixia is 5. Philadelphia x today s games Milwaukee at Philadelphia Spahn 15-8 is. Roberts St. Louis at Brooklyn Jones to to is. Mcdevi Cincinnati at new York Jeffcoat 9-11 Vuk. Gomez Chicago Al Pittsburgh 2 Euton 4-5 and dra Howsky 9-11 is. Law 9-7 and Douglas Amk Kincan won York 79 league lost pit. A find new York 79 43 pm Chicago 73 48 .603 Brooklyn 69 55 .537 a i Detroit 61 -500 Baltimore 4. Kansas City 2 65 .472 i 74 .385 .3b2 Cleveland Washington Vest Kravs kesul1s new York 10, Cleveland 4 Washington 6, Detroit 3 Baltimore 4, Kansas City i a Chicago 7, Boston i today s games new York at Detroit Turlow 10-4 is. Hoeft 5-81 or Woytack bal More hic ago 2 Wight 5-Aj and Ceccarelli 0-4 is. Harshman 7-8 and pc can Boston at Kansas City Brewer 14-10 is Norman 3-7 Washington at Cleveland 2 pm Scull 8-11 01 sloths g-16 is. Mclish 6-5 and top National Plajer. Club Musial St. A. Jays. A. A. Groat Pitt. Aaron Mil. Robinson Cin. Kondy i itt. Schoen diem. Mil. Lot Les Blu. Myryn. Oil. Cimoli bin. .124 473 90 158 .334 94 378 47 124 .328 .118 484 9g 158 .326 .118 480 81 150 .325 s4 3i7 43 113 .317 Letl 510 68 161 .316 462 71 14 115 436 61 133 .305 112 415 6b 1m .304 homr Aaron Mil., 37 Snider. Bin. 34 Banks Chi., , l., Crowe cil Mays. N. A. Hatt Kii in Aaron. Mil. 102 Musial. St. L., 97 Mays a. 81 Crowe Cin. 7 a Hodges bin. 78. player. Club o Alt k n Pel. Williams bos.113 37882 141 .381 Mantle. N. 122409109133.374 Woodling Cle. Kux Chi Brooks use 8 hurlers in wild tilt Brooklyn aug. 24 a the Milwaukee braves chased Johnny Podres with a three Homer bar rage in the fourth inning and seven Relief pitches today to Over Power Brooklyn 13-7. Holding their 6 a game nation Al league Lead Over and dropping the Brooks 7vi behind the braves wrapped it up with two big innings after Nippy Jones Hank Aaron and Andy Pafko had broken up a scoreless Duel with Solo Home run blasts in the fourth. The leaders winning the key three game series 2-1, scored five times in the sixth on five hits to take an 8-2 Lead then broke out with four More in the ninth after Brooklyn s desperate rallies had Cut their Lead to 8-7. Felix Mantilla filling in nor the injured Johnny Logan applied the clincher with a three run ninth 107335 so 112 .334 122481 88154.320 Boyd. Bait 114 3m 57124.317 Minoso. Clip 1211447 79139.31 . N. h3436 76134.307 Skowron x. 107395 52121.306 Kubek n. 98 310 41 94.303 Doby. Chi 98 341 51 10s .301 Home runs Mantle. N. A. Sivers wash., 32 Wil Lianis. Bns., 31 colavito Cle., Maxwell Del. 21. Runs batted in Manuc. N. Y., silvers wash., 87 Noso Chi., 82 Wertz clc., Skowron n. A. Donovan wins 15th, halts red sox 7-7 Chicago aug. 24 Dick Donovan held the Boston red sox to nine hits today and pitched the Chicago White sox to a 7-1 Victory. It was the seventh Triumph succession for the big right hander and his 15th of the year against 3 defeats. Ted Williams battling Mickey Manue for the american Hatting championship made one hit in four times at Bat As his average dropped one Point to .383. He knocked in the Boston run however with a double which Fol Lowed a two Bagger by Billy Klaus in the fourth inning. Minnie Minoso collected three of Chicago seven hits and knocked Home three runs. Ike Delock Boston Relief specialist making his second Start of the season was in constant Trou ble because of his wildness. He walked seven men before being routed in the fourth. Five of the men he walked scored. Luis Aparicio opened the Chi Cago offensive in the first inning with a walk stole second for his 21sl theft and scored on a single by Earl Torgeson. Delock loaded the bases with walks in the third and Sherm Lollar unloaded them with his first triple of the year. Two walks mixed Wilh singles y Nellie Fox and Minoso gave the White sox another pair of runs a the fourth and brought hoi Porterfield to the Rescue of de lock. B03to.v Nicklaus wins Jaycee Baker has 77 Columbus. Ohio aug. 24 Jackie Nicklaus. 17, of Columbus Ohio faltered Down the stretch to Day but Hung on grimly to win the 12th annual International Jaycee Junior Golf tournament by strokes. Two Klauss Williams if Fiton p Vernon in Mahone 3b Insen of Mauch 2o by c Portr fld p a staph s if b h 4220 Aparizio m 3232 for Job 4120 Torgeson m oooo Minoso if 4151 door of 4101 Rivera of 4130 Iwillar c 4111 11.11 i 3b 4 0 of 0 Donovan p 1010 101 total. Out Paticio. Buddy Baker of Florence s.c., fired a 77 today to wind up 12 strokes Back Al 306. Florence s John Orr wound up at 319. Baker had n today to go Wilh previous rounds of 76, 82 7 Orr added an 81 o earlier scores of 82, 81 and Nicklaus hot a one Over Par for a total of two strokes better than John Kon re of Lancaster. X. Y., who fired a Konsek. Who went into today s final round with a two stroke advantage Over Nicklaus. Needed a Par four on the 18th Hole to dead lock the Columbus golfer and throw the tourney into an is Hole playoff tomorrow. But the new York stale Junior Champ hooked an approach shot to the left of the Green and finished with a double bogey six. Only half an hour earlier it looked like n Nicklaus had blown a .1 o 3 o j Good Lead when he registered 4100 bogies on the 15th, 17th and 18th 4015 holes. P until then the two Lime Ohio 1 stale Lizeh school Champion shot j a sizzling Golf Matching Par on the. J m m Jih front nine Over Ohio state t Niver i him ii i Mill Yard Par course. The Blond husky Jmc Klaus re inning Homer. The blow Mantil s third hit was off Danny Mcdevitt eighth Pitcher used by the dodgers As they tied a National league record. The braves used Ernie a Luison and Lew Burdette in Relief of starter Bob Trowbridge. The Vic tory went to Burdette who hurled a Complete game 6-1 Victory thursday night in the series opener. Johnson an old dodger Relief Nemesis assumed a 3-2 Lead from Trowbridge in the fourth inning and pitched steadily until the seventh when Lour and Duke Snider s 34th Home run accounted for four runs and left Mil Waukee with a scant one run Lead. Gil Hodges hit his 20th Homer or the dodgers who had the mall Consolation of out hitting the braves 14-13. Clem Labine pitched the sixth when the braves exploded five runs on doubles by Frank and Johnson singles by Bob Mantilla and Del Hice a walk and Pafko s sacrifice Fly. Aaron s Home run was his 37th, tops in the majors. It was his Only rib running his leading major league total in that department to 102. Milwaukee Brooklyn a h o a a h o sch d not 21 5132 Gulliam 2b 5 1 1 j Jones in 2140 Cimoli of 5140 Torre in 2112 Snider of 4240 Mauws 3b 3022 Hoders in 5170 Aaron of 4120 Amoros if 5220 Crandall of 2100 Neal is 5300 cd Lazic of 2100 Heese 3b 5221 i Afan in 4220 Roseboro c 3 1 7 0 Mantilla is 5342 Podres p 1001 Hice to War dec p John on p Burdete p 4140 dry Dale p oooo 1000 Avalo 2122 Labine p 2010 Bessent p Mackson or Kino p Craig p Ito Elnick Furillo m d itt p 3b 13 27 10 totals 1000 oooo oooo 1000 oooo oooo oooo 1000 oooo 4114271 no Fri 4023 2 i 5 it 2 12 1 5330 Lowe i up for Drysdale in 4th. For Jones in 6th. For Crandall in 6th. Out for Bessent in 6th. Popped tip or Kolbuck in 8th. Lanai Irr kill 305 Rii Oklyn 000 11 4iio 7 k Jones. Torre. Slam Evvs Aaron 2, Lazle 2. Pafko 2, Manila 3, Gilliam Cimoli Snider Hodges. Amoros 1, Neal. Lazle Aaron Plefko 3. I lodges Roseboro iia7jc, Man Ulla 4. Johnson Csc 2, Snider 2, Man Tilla Scon a on Cimoli s Schoen Dunst. Johnson. Neal. If Aarun Pafko Lodge. Snider Mantilla. At Lee 5, Brooklyn 9. 2. Laline 1. Erskine a Mcdevitt 2. Trowbridge 3, Johnson 1, porcs 4, Craig 1. Roebuck 1. O Trowbridge 5 in 3 1-. Johnson 6 in 3. Burdette 3 in j 2-3. Potters 4 in 3 2-3, Drysdale of n 1-3, lab inv 4 in 1 2-3. Lips sent 1 in 1-3. Or by inc 0 in 0. Craig lint Llo Budt Lin 1, Mcdevitt 2in i. 2-2, Johnson 5-5. Burdette 0-0, Podres 3-3. Drysdale 00. Labine 5-5. Bessent 0-0. Craig 1-1. Roebuck 0-0. Mcdevitt 4-4. Res Ilo i Dasch Secory Landrs. Sudol i. I Tosi von. Ollar 3. Minion 3. Klaus. Williams. Sit Aparicio. And Tor Kemin Hal Field Iii pox. 7. A Limcaco o. Bill Donovan 1, Delock 7. Por Larfield 1. Stone i. So Donovan 1. Delock 4, per team old 2. Stone 1. 5 in 3 1-3. Porter Field 1 in 3 5-3. Stone 1 in i. A Kkt 6-6. Porter Field 1-1. Stone 0-0. Donovan 1-1. 13-31. clock Stevens Napp Bice. A--17.50ft. Garden As one of the Best Young gaiters in Ohio looked like a cer Tain Winner when he scored an Eagle three on the 485-Yard 14th Hole logo two under Par. Konsek who started poorly went four Over Par on the front nine Wilh bogies on the fourth seventh eighth and ninth holes. Venturi holds Milwaukee Golf Lead with 5-under 65 r. Ant waning Ion and f Orence begin Oilie ally on rim inv 30. T _ and run through nov. 30. dimes report ii Ashk monl., aug. 24 of the race or color of my oppo tent Ronkes no Iliili rence Al Volt heavyweight t h Pion i Lille Sun today in inti Liik thai racial bitterness tag used in his Seattle title fight Wilh Linda Neher. He labelled As i w i s i e d and turned reports a Seallie Post Nelll Rencer Story which said the Champion was outspoken Biller about vhf in he termed amount. Tickets in he Seal i the while Hope aspects of his stands ire Mill available. Another bout Wilh Lin Demaeyer. Olympic can by accommodated in the. Infield. Ehn Minn. Thursday pm sports writer Mmcue Wai Matchet from a Greenville team Here today while dropping four. Doubles matches were not completed because of rain. The results Ben Deer keys of Defeated Bill i Irir. Darlington. 8 6. 6-1 Hill Cain. Dyrl Englon Defeated Jackie Sterling. Greenville 6-1. 10-8 Phillip Declon. Orcen Villa defiled Tom Mccutcheon Florence 3-fi, b-4 Sam Zim Merman. Greenville d c f f a i e d Hill Jones Darlington fit Dickie Sanders. Florence Defeated Filen , 5-7, 6 1 a Wollon Mckinney Green Ville defended Freddy Darynn Darlington 6-2, 0-0, miuvaukkf., aug. 24 i steady Ken Veluri. 3i. Of san Francisco Kepi a firm hold on the Lead of the Milwaukee open Golf tournament today with a five under Par 65 for a 54-Hole total of under Par. The Auto Salesman Olio has been a pro for Only Ninf months but has already earned a can t miss tag Ito in his fellow pro ii had a comfortable live stroke Lead Over Canada s Al bidding going into tomorrow s final round at the Tripoli loll club. Raiding shot s w today for n 204. Off to a bad Start Wilh a bogey five on the first Hole Veluri set lied Down and bagged Hirdie our on the second Hole lie Fin he Lone bogey in his bid for his second Conse Lutvie tournament Victory. Tht1 slightly built pro scored his first Tournon nil Triumph last Sun Day Al St. Paul Minn. Trailing balding by one stroke in the 72-Hole tournament was big Mike Souchak of Grossinger n.y., who fired n 67 today for a 205. Tripoli which measures Yards plays to a Par of Mir pros were bracketed it 20c. They were Don Ala Meda. Calif. Sam Suead of while Sulphur Springs . Paul mar of Wor Esler. Mass., and Hob iltis Burg. San franciscan like vol Luri. Walker in Rian of Penn Colin kla., Don f Airfield of Casey. 111., and Howie Johnson of Houston Wilh 11 Purs six birdies and Lill tied Al 207. Gunderson wins women s am calif., aug. 24 Seattle s Joanne Gunderson 18 a Happy go Lucky re haired Lee Ager. Won the National women s Amateur Golf championship today trouncing Ann Casey Johnston in or. H and 6. The Long hitting Winner played steady near Par Golf on the hoi Del paso country club Par 7-1 course while the or Yinug mrs. Making her fourth try Lor the big Silver cup was erratic in every department. Her Puller however gave her the most trouble As putt after putt refused to drop. Miss Gunderson a finalist last year at times played Superb Golf especially on the 6 Par 22nd when slut smacked a four Wool Yards out of a trap to the Edge of the Green. Thai shot raised n rousing cheer from the Ullery of several thousand. But Joanne lost Hal. One of four to n Birdia. Easy going Romig scr Smil ing All the while and whenever her opponent made Good shot. Made hash twice of Tho i Tarsi. Hole. She sunk Birdie 20 foot pulls both inti

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