Florence Morning News Newspaper Archives Sep 28 1973, Page 17

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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - September 28, 1973, Florence, South CarolinaRiday september Florence morning news carolinians face virginians Friday Greenville a Amateur golfers from Northi Carolina and South Carolina shoot Lor their third straight Victory Over a learn from Virginia and West Virginia in the 28th in a series of matches starting Friday at the Greenville country club. The carolinians hold an 18-9 Edge. Play starts with four Ball matches Friday afternoon. Singles will be played saturday and foursomes Sun Day morning. Seventy two Points will be at stake daily on a Nassau scoring basis Over the Par 72 Chanticleer course measuring g.815 Yards. Each team has 16 regulars and eight senior players. Recent runners up in major . Golf association play Are on the Carolinas team. David Strawn finalist in the . Amateur earlier this month is one of the regulars. Playing with the seniors is Harry Welch runner up in last week s Urga senior. Other Carolinas regulars include David Benne i Chip Beck Bob Bryant. David Canipe Steve Forrest Bill Harvey Vance Heafner Dick Home Marion Moore Dale Morey Billy Joe Patton Allen hush Shull. Evward Sullivan and David Thore. Chison nip n i Al Chicago a buddy Bradford s Solo Home run in the Bottom of the 10th inning lifted the Chicago White sox to a 3-2 Triumph Over the Kansas City royals thursday. Play halted in i Golf Turnberry Scotland Jap driving rain Gale Force winds and bitter cold forced a suspension of play with Neil Coles leading and a dozen play ers stranded on the course thursday in the second round of the John player Golf classic. Bradford led off the Chicago half of the inning with his eighth Homer of the baseball season. Hal Mcrae had delivered Jim Wohlford in the royals sixth _ among the 12 players who must with the run that tied the game finish second round play Fri Day. Twenty four of the inter Complete play Friday. Coles the Bald Itig 39-year-old briton who shared the first Day Lead managed a 75 and was the Only Man to finish two rounds in sub Par figures. Coles was in with a 141 Fital one under on the Turnberry links. Turnberry Scotland api set. Four Wick we Rouneil Scortt tar kiss in Hie i Ruuti Lum Weis a attn pm 7w Kopf Johnny Miller Gay brew win or and Chi Chi Rodriguez Are my i your Happy shopping store 2-2. Wohlford who tripled before Frank Ortenzio singled him Home in the first inning beat out a topped roller took second on Kurt Bevacqua s single and. Went to third on a fielder s Choice before Mcrae drove him Home for the tying run in the sixth. After the royals opening in the White sox made it 1-1 in the Bottom of the first on a bunt by Bill Sharp and a single by 3ill Melton then went ahead in he fourth on a walk to Carlos May an infield out and Sam Wing s single. Chicago National Field of 36 in this Europe s richest event managed to Complete their rounds before weather conditions became completely unplayable. The temperature was in the 40s, the wind was at 40 Miles an hour with higher gusts and steady rain lashed the players and a tiny handful of spectators before play was called. Tony parsonage senior tournament supervisor for the Brit ish pea. Said All Complete rounds would be counted. Play ers who had not finished marked their positions and will a of eat Britain Charles Coody United Stales Gary player South Africa curl Ltd o Connor Ireland Clave Clark great Britain Arnold Palmer United slates Graham Marsh Australia Dale Hayes South Alrica John Garner great Britain Brian Barnes great Britain Tommy Morton great Britain Billy Dunk Australia Bernard Gallatin great Britain Brian Buggell great Britain j3 79 is the worst conditions i be Ever played said Coles a Len Zolb Reicharz dlr flcyd2b a Mutnic film Crisp Kansas City a r h bid r h a Alekss 5600 pad Lyra 3010 Ilow def 4220 Brad Fordel 2111 0 1 0 Star Pel 4140 0 1 1 4010 0 2 1 Mellon Job 4011 000 3100 000 4000 t 0 i 0 new Ingle 4011 4010 Delss 4000 0000 Corn Konvic 40 0 0 Kaapp oooo Tola 37 2 6 toll 34 3 9 3 none Oil when winning run scored. Kima Schr 2 Mimmdl-3 i. Lob kans cily a Chicano 81. In ii rerb6so Filmor Riillo 3 3 i 4 w.15.13 10 8 2 0 .1 acc net tourney to begin monday the 1973 Florence country club terms tournament will begin monday with last year s champions Jimmy Potter and Ann Pope top seeded in their respective singles divisions. Seeded in the mens singles behind Potter who will be seeking his 4th consecutive club championship Are Tommy win matches in chess club tourney now thru oct. 6 come in and Rake up the savings. Belk of Florence downtown shop daily til 6 . Friday sat. Til 7 . Florence mall shop daily 10 til 9 . Saturday til 7 . Brothers Jim and Mike Frawley knocked off leaders Larry Abrams and Gregory Martin to tighten up the Stan dings in the pee Dee chess club s annual club tournament last week. Bob Smith won a pair of games during the week by beating Stanley Benson and Doug Ernest. David Mears kept his record perfect by trimming Irnest while Benson beat Emil Cannon. Martin and Abrams both now have 3-1 records in the 13-player, round Roben tourney while Mike Frawley is Mears 2-0, i. C. Wiley 1-0 and Jim Frawley Benson is 1-1, Smith 2-3, Steve Laug and Robert Denmark Cannon 0-2 and Ernest 0-4. Jim Frawley sacrificed his Knight to take Martin s King s Bishop Pawn Early in the game and Force his King into the open. Frawley had a positional advantage and broke the game open during the Middle Arne. Mike Frawley went into the end game with Abrams with both holding a Knight and five pawns but Frawley drove a Pawn Home to convert to a Queen and wrapped up the game. Rogers last year s runner up Bennett and Carroll player. In women singles. Pope is followed in the seedlings by Gladys Hite the 1971 Champ and 1972 runner up and by Nancy player and Betty Ann Chase. The tournament will consist of mens singles and doubles and ladies singles and doubles. Consolation tournaments Wilt also be held for the losers in the first and second rounds of each division. Play will begin at 9 a.m., monday on the club courts and All finals will be played the following sunday afternoon. In ladies doubles Ann Pope and Berta Allen Are seeded fir St followed by the team of Gladys Hite and Nancy player. Jimmy Potter and Bennett car Michael Are top seeded in mens doubles with the team of Carroll player and Eddie Floyd second. Veteran of 18 years on the european circuit. Tony Jackl Lri also of eng land had a 74 for Par for two rounds. He called his three Over Par 74 Effort Possi Bly the Best round i Ever played. It was just stupid tit he was tied for Barrio he those who finished their Charles Coody a former masters Champion. Coody also had 74-142. Miller Weiskopf yet to Complete their rounds idl were among the lenders after the first Day of play but Only British open Champion Weiskopf retained that spot with six holes to play he was one under Par for the tournament arid tied with Coles. Mil Ler his playing partner was tied for the Lead at the end of the first Day s play but lost six strokes to Par in one four Hole stretch and was one Over Par with six to go. Ureter was four Over with three to Piny and Rodriguez five Over with 10 to go. This is the number one bad said 44-year-old Arnold Palmer. It s the absolute worst i be Ever played any where Palm Ter finished with a 76-1.47. Tommy Aaron the masters Champion and the Only other american in the Field had a 77 152. A Man likes to come Home to Hack velvet. Duck blended Canadian whisky.80 proof. Imported byo1973 heu Bloh inc., Hartford Conn. Attention boys 8 to 13 last Day to Register for punt pass and kick contest. Contest to be held at Maple Park at a.m., saturday. Sept. 29th. Horne Ford 600 n. Coit 669-2121 Florence s. C. All ticket holders must be seated by . All persons who do not have tickets will be seated at if there Are empty seats. Coming to Florence West Florence High school saturday night . 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