and Ed against Paul Sohmers. Third flight! finalists will be W. bumvan ana Goodson Faces Darr For Title Red Goodson, defending cham pion of the annual spring tourna ment at Wildwood Crest, will de fend his title on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, when he will play Ken Barr in the finals of the championship flight. In the semi - final round, Good - son defeated Sam Schenker, three! and one; while Barr was forced to go 20 holes to eliminate Tom Mehring, one up. In the second flight, the semi - finalists will be R. Mumma v and nugn jNesDiu, ana r,a Manmiller. The fourth flight finds D. Bare playing T. Thomas in the final round. Plans are being made so that the four final matches will get under way off tne iirst tee aoout z o clock on Sunday afternoon at Wildwood Crest. Medalist for the spring tourna ment this year was Whitey Milli - tics, who turned in a card of 69 for his medal round. In the first flight opening round play, Bill Allen won over Whitey Milletics, 4 and 3; Tom Mehring defeated A. O. Brooks, 5 and 4; Kirk Haas beat Harry Baer, onej in 20 holes; Ken Barr won over Andy Milletics, 5 and - 4; Earl Mumma over H. Emery, 3 and 2; Red Goodson over John Yelkovich, and 1; Sam Schenker defeated Ed Gundaker, one up; and R. Strain over Sid Kearney, 3 and 2 In second round matches, Mehring won over Allen, 3 and 2; Ken Barr over Kirk Haas, one up; Goodson one up over Mumma; and Schenker won over R. Strain, two and one.