Alton Evening Telegraph 15 May 1941

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Alton Evening Telegraph
15 May 1941 - Plans for Tourney At Rock Spring Club Sunday...
Plans for Tourney At Rock Spring Club Sunday Completed 40 Golfers Accept Invitations Invitations to Participate in First-Annual Event; 14 Alton Linksmen In eluded The tournament committee of Rock Spring Country Club announces announces all invitations to play in the first invitation tournament Sunday afternoon have been ac cepted. The field of golfers to participate participate in the event numbers 40 plays as originally planned, and complete schedule of pairings anr starting times will be published Saturday. • Guest players, in • addition to those previously reportede, will include include Joe Switzer, John Willbrand, Sidney LeGear, and Vlnce and Lou Fehlig of St. Louis; M, P. Seyfrit of Carllnville, Harvey Mertz, Fred Leber, and Norrrian Gundlach of East. St;Louis;,«Charles Crane, Ralph liereh and Leo Doeblln of Edwardsville; and R. A. Genre and Dr. William L. Hall-of Greenville. Alton will be well represented in the event. HobartTurley, BUI Dale, John Beneze, Mike Eckhard and Paul Nlcolet from the Alton Municipal; Golf' Course have' ac- cepted Invitations to play, and the Rock Spring entrant! will be Spencer T. Olln, R* H. Roadhouse M. C. Gallaway, Nelson McBrlen Dr. W. S. McGintlis, M. E. Bodh^ Robert Gouldlng, H. F. Hoeferi and Stuart Moede. 5 Following the >golf tournament the visiting players will be guests of the:host club at an Informal buffet supper, to be served at 7 p. m. Mayor Le6 Strulf an<J, C Parker Levls, president of Rock Spring Country Club, • will welcome the guests, prizes will be awarded, and ah open discussion of golf in general and the Rock Spring invitation invitation tournameent in particular will ensue. Senators Cut Loose Danny MacFayden WASHINGTON, May 15, (#>— Danny MacFayden, 34-year-olc pitcher,, has been given his unconditional unconditional release from : the Nats. Signed aa a free ajent last winter after being released by the Pirates, MacFayden had worked 11 relief innings for the Senators this season season and was'charged With one de- feat, with club. He said he expected to sign another American League Read Telegraph Want'Ads Daily.

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