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TV Monday, August 6, 1936 Page SS 1 -a1 THE CINCINNATI .ENQUIRER Harrison, Suggs Snare "AIL American" Crowns 67 FIRED 1 On Final Round By "Dutch" To Overtake Stewart Ziske Second In Women's Ranks CHICAGO, Aug. .5 (UP) Dutch Harrison, a 46-year-old golf pro who hadn't won a tournament in two years, rattled front-runners Earl Stewarjt and Ed Furgol as well as Tam O'Shanter today to come home in front in the $25,000 "Aii- American" Open with a 72-hole toiai oi us, iu under par. Harrison, from St. Louis, hut originally from Arkansas, began today's final round two strokes behind Stewart, a Dalla elnh pro, but he virtually settled the tournament on the first nine when he was four under par while Stewart was one under, . That left Harrison with a one-stroke bulge heading into the final nine and none of the challengers could catch him, even though he went one over par on the 13th hole with a five. Harrison really solved the battle with a pair of eagles on his last round. 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Shop at your convenience . . . by phone or in person at the Catalog Shopping Center. Come in or call for your Free Trial Catalog today. SPIEGEL Catalog Shopping Center 114 w. fifth street call GARFIELD 1-3 600 i 1 Minor League Results international llagie Firt Guv: BuffiK 3. H.Tana t. Nrcond Gimt: Bavan s. HuftaJa J. Unit l.mmr; Rkhmonil 7. M.nlrral 8. Kfon r.amv: Montreal 4. Richmond . First Game: ColumboH 5. Tarsals 1. Second Came: Columbus 6, Tsrsnt 1. rtrsi .amr: Korhrstrr 12, Miami 5. hrcond Gamr-tsebntrr 2. MUml . AMKHICAS ASMX IAITON ndisnapolti 4. Divfr 2. Minneapolis S, Charleston S. Omaha 8, Wichita J. H. Foul 10. Louisville S. ahead of the next best com petitors, Stewart and Ed Fur gol. another St. Louisan. Harrison finished the round with a 67, five under par for the 18, while Stewart posted a 71 for 280 and second place and Furgol, who began the day a stroke behind Stewart and a stroke ahead of Harrison, had a 71 for 381, third place. Louise Suggs, S"i Island. Ga., pro, won the women's pro division with a threi under par 73 for a 3C1 totai, training $1000 for first pr'ze. Miss Suggs, who shared the lead after 18 holes of the tourney, slipped to third after 36 holes and shared the lead again at 54 holes, found "everything clicking" in her final tour to take first place by two strokes over Joyce Ziske, Waterford, Wis., who tallied a 74 today for 303. Her prize was $600. Miss Suggs previously won the tournament in 1949 with 303 and in 1952 with her best performance in the annual event, an even 300, while in both 1953 and 1951 she was runner-up with scores of 309 and 302. James Hiskey, Houston University golf player from Poca-tello, Idaho, celebrated his 20th birthday with a two over par 74 to win the men's amateur title and $150 in merchandise awards with a total of 296, eight over par for the distance, but still seven strokes better than Walter Kolodziej, Hobart, Ind. Wanda S a n c h e s, florist's helper from Baton Rouge, La., shot a one over par 77 for the second time in the tourney to win the women's amateur title with 315. She set the pace opening day with her first 77 and never was headed during the 72 hole chase. MEN'S PROS Dutch Harrison 72-71-68-87 57SS3420 E Stewart Jr. 70171-68-71280 2360 Ell Fowl ... 69-72-9-71 21 SOW Jim Ferriw . 71-73-69-69 2S2 1700 Jack Burke Jr. 7 3-8 S-7 3-7 02? 4 1375 Stan Leonard. 74-71-70-69 24 ijys C. Mlddlecofl. 73-68-74-70265 912 Bob Rostrare . 69-7 3-7 3-7 0265 912 Ceo. Bar" 72-69-72-72285 912 T. Holiruin .. 69-73-69-74285 912 Sam Srwad .. 72-70-69-74285 fl!2 D. Flnsterwald T 1-7 0-7 6-6 9 285 527 Billy Maxwell. 75-72-71-68286 627 Bud Hfrtscher. 69-71-76-70286 527 Jay Hrtwrt .. 72-71-72-71286 J27 W. Burkemo . 89-74-72-71286 527 Jack Fleck ... 71-70-71-742 88 527 Mike Dtetl . 68-74-71-73286 527 WOMEN PRO'S Louise Sural.. Vs-78-75-73 301 $1000 Joyce Ziske .. 77-77-75-74303 $ 600 K. 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Emerson, 19 and the eighth-ranking Australian, was seeded seventh in this tournament which saw the top four players Eddie Moylan, Neale Eraser, Ashley Cooper and Gil Shea-eliminated before the, semifinals. Gonzales Triumphs In Net Tournament Kramer Sponsored LOS ANGELES, Aug. 5 .P Richard Gonzales, the man with the cannonball serve, won promoter Jack Kramer's first annual $7500 Masters Round Robin pro tennis tournament today: Big Pancho took the final hard-fought match from Frank Sedgeman, 97, 36. 61. Going into the final, Gonzales and Sedgeman awere tied at 40 in the week-long tourney in which each of six top pros played five singles matches. In the other last-day match, Pancho Segura defeated Kramer, 60, 63, giving Kramer a whitewash in his own tournament. The final standings were: Gonzales 50, Sedgeman 41, Segura 32, Tony Trabert 23, Rex Harwig .14, Kramer 05. Kramer, however, teamed with Gonzales to win the doubles end of the tournament, beating Trabert and Hartwig today, 64, 64. The prize money breakdown was; Singles Gonzales $1750, Sedgman $1250, Segura $1000, Trabert $750, Hartwig $500, Kramer $250. Double Kramer. Gonzales, 3 matches to 1, $1000; Sedgman-Segura. 2-2, $600; Tra-bert-IIartwig, 1-3, $400. Appel Takes Title, Defeats Brockhofl Norm Appel of Dayton, Ohio, successfully defended his Ohio Valley men's singles championship yesterday by beating former Xavier University football player, Jim Brockhoff, 60, 64, at Hvde Park Tennis Club. Middletown's Judy Hagan took the women's crown, downing Bonnie MacKay of Dayton, 6- 2, 6-1. MacKay teamed with Charlie Thomas of Cincinnati to beat Hagan and Brockhoff, 6-rO, 7 5, in the mixed doubles final, Minor League Standings AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Won l out Pet. I Won tost Pet. Denver 70 45 .BOH SI. Paul .13 54 .495 Indiis B2 49 .!) h'ulon SO 63 .442 Min'li. 80 53 .S.IHVVithila, 4S 63 .432 Omaha 57 f8 .9;Uuille 4 65 .430 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Clufc Won Lost pet. Club Won Lot Pet. Toronto fi 48,879 Colbua 54 61 .470 R'rttrr AS 49.56S Havana S3 fil .465 Miami 63 31 .553 R'mond SS S3 .457 M'treat 8t 56 521 Buffalo 48 70 .397' sfteeD Ihsomne ceatbiiraeft m95 3. SO Down Record Is Shattered By Boat Shanty I In Seattle Races SEATTLE, Aug. 5 UP-RoIl-ing around the rippled Lake Washington course at a record-cracking pace of 109.99 miles per hour, Lt. Col. Russell Schleeh of the Air Force piloted Bill Waggoner's Shanty I to victory today In the $25,00U Seafair trophy race. In second place was a crippled Slo-Mo-Shun IV. several-times winner of the Gold Cup. Miss Seattle, the former ' Slo-Mo-Shun V, was third. The The three boats were the only ones of 12 starters left at the finish of a long day of racing. Waggoner, a Vernon, Tex., cattleman, who flies the Scat-tie Yacht Club Flag from th Shanty's bow, took $11,000 first money, the Seafair trophy and the national unlimited hydroplane championship. As a . crowd estimated at 500,000 watched Urn show, Shanty won the first heat, placed second in the fourth and ran away from the field In the final SO-mile test. Shanty's 109.9 topped the old 30-mile mark of 103 which was set by Slo-Mo-Shun IV la.-sl year and gave her the edge in speed for the day. BEjjjDSEt By Hoosier Pair Who Fire Best Ball 63 To Win Team Crown At Tri-State Meet LOUISVILLE, Ky Aug. 5 UP) Two nifty Indiana golfers fired a record best-ball score of 63 Sunday to capture the team championship in the Tri-State Golf Championship and helped give Indiana the state title.. Dale Morey of Indianapolis and Joe Campbell of Anderson put together a 31 and a 32 over the par 36-3672 Audubon Country Club layout in the 16th annual event. It gave them a 136 total for the two-day meet, which also tied the old record. In alter-nate-shot play Saturday, they tired a 73. Morey and John David set the old best-ball mark with a 30-34 at Maketewah Country Club In Cincinnati last year. Indiana took the state trophy as its lowest five teams turned in a 717 total. This was nine better than Kentucky's second-place 726, Ohio had a total of 741. Here ar the top five two-man te&im from the three slate participating: Indiana: Dale Morey-Joe Camcbell (73- 63 136); Dr. Jack lar-John M. Hare Jr. (71-711421; Fred Burnslde-Walter Chapman (78-67 143) : Dick Starkhouse-Ir. Wendell Aldrich (74-721461; Gene PuiMam-Dr. Lenny MUrphy (74-73147 1 Totals 717. Ohio: Roger McMantls-Don Oil (76-70 148; George Phillips-Jim Beaehler (74-74 1481; Tommy Earls-Jim Berkjord (74-741481; Jack Wood-Tony Blow (77-72 149): Stan Fojter-Erlc Chllde (78-72 ISO) Totals 741, Kentucky: Bob Steln-Manhall Boone (74-H9 143); John Owetn-Marvln Lear (75-69144): William Alden-Franklln Starks Jr. (7S-69 145i; Dick Btirse-j. 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The defeat of the figbth-seeiled Crawford by Laver, the top foreiRn need, took the Junior singles title out of the I'nited States for the second conseeti-tive year. Esteban tteye Jr., of Meleo City, became the first forelpn entry 1o win the championship in 1955 when he beat Art Andrew of Iowa City. Golf Day August 20 For Variety Club Variety Club celebrates its 20th annual golf day at Summit Hills Country Club Monday, August 20, w-ith the usual variety of entertainment for which the affair has come to be known. For the all-around athletes there will be baseball, horseshoe pitching and swimming, in addition to the golf tourney. For the gourmet the price of admission also includes lunch and dinner. The day will be highlighted in the evening when prizes for the various events are awarded. Tickets for the affair, which is strictly stag and open to the public, can be obtained from any Variety Club member or by calling the club office in the Metropole Hotel. 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