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v .Mm, i.-, if li inksmen I Af. T 7! "r $ " jL Faired O XT David Defends Tille, Wampler No. 1 Challenger In Tomorrow's Opening Pallet iReturnhiQ Gary Middlccoff Wins Open With 2-Over 286 nounced the receipt of 202 entries when he made the early pairings yesterday, but room was left for a few more registrations at the tee. The 1949 renewal of this stern medal play test will be handled by Wagoner, Tom David, new president of the district organization; Carey Spicer, A. D. Stanton, Dorothy Ellis. Mrs. John David and Alice O'Neal, women's state and city champion. Pairings and starting times: MORNING First I 8 Willis Pffl nd Edward Orme. Coffin; David Hilligoss ind E. D. Hilligosi, South Grove. :0S-Dr. Howard Beaw, Gfn- Emery, Jack Mummert and Roddy Stevenson, Country Club o( Indinnapolls. 8:1S-R. F. Wampner and Col. W. Richardson, Greenfield: George Johnson and 1 04-Cene Pu!lim Jr., Ciuntrv Ckh of IndianaDohs: Dan C-avens and Murphy, FranKlin, and Wlllard Snelby. Lebanon. 2:20-Dr. Paul Lindenbnrc. Speedway; Gene Coulter and N'nrroan Ounlap, Purdue', and Bud Timbrook. Columbus. 1 2R-Bob B'.ake. Harold Parrlsh and C B Wolfe, Anderson; Paul Anderson, Idle-wold. 1 3 6-Bob Goldberg. Broadmoor: Ellis Brown. Soeedway. and Mike Borson and Don Ross. Anderson. I 44-John Hare Jr.. Highland: Dave Laflin. Lebanon: Fred Wampler, Purdue, and Ted Lach Jr., Coffin. 1 52-Lynn Lee, Paul Cross. Russ Rader and Ralph Jordan. Sarah Shank. 10th Tee 12-Clark Esple. Hillcrest: John Hsrrlnt-ton. Meridian Hills: Charles Brauthton. Highlsnd. and Clifl Wagoner. Speedway. 1 2:08 Phil Adler. Joe lacobelll. Bob Williams and Guy Davis Jr.. Lebanon. 1216-Tracy Cox. James McKinney. Gene Zwlesler snd Bob Burton. Lake Shore 12:24-Rslph Mason, Roger Cianca, Doug Crist and Fred Cory. Riverside. 12:32-Davld King. Harry Shade. Charles Butler and Maurice Stone. Sarah Shank. 12 40-Robert Miller. Thomas Roberts, Roy Gillum and Wilbur Soden. Sarah Shank. 12:4S-Charles Klllion. Pleasant Run; Ccil Bevls and Harry Schornstem. Indian Lake, and Bill Hoyt. Pleasant Run. 12 56-A1 Zlckler and Don Patterson. South Grove: Wllmer Cox and Fred Wuelflne. Pleasant Run. 1:04-Ken Hoy Jr.. Sarah Shank: Clyde McEntire. Noblesville: Robert Ludow, Coffin, and Jack Keesllng. Indian Lake. l:12-Arnold Koehler. Pleasant Run By AL ROCHE The Indianapolis District Golf Association will present its highly-polished one-two punch in the persons of John David and Fred Wampler and at least 200 other contestants when it hoists the curtain on its annual championship tournament at Highland ; tomorrow. David will a-near in the role of defending titleholder and Wampler, of course, will set out on the 54-hole trail which leads ; to Hillcrest Tuesday and the 1 Country Club of Indianapolis - Wednesday, as the No. 1 challenger. If anybody eke in the field has a solid chance to finish in front, I can't recall his name at this time, but I have been fooled before. One of my worst headaches set in a few years back because I didn't know a fellow named Joe. His last name was Higgins, he slipped into town during the winter, and I never had heard of him as I did a little pre-tournament speculating. I got to know Joe right well. SERIOUSLY, though, David, w ho established a record of 213 last year to triumph by four shots, and Wampler are stand into a yawning trap and nil fourth try was short on the fringe of the green. From there it took him three to get down after missing a three-foot putt. This made it Middlecoff against Heafner down the finish line with few people on the premises realizing until almost too late that Snead was makinn a bid for the crowa MIDDLECOFF went over par on the first hole of the afternoon round after driving into the rough and missing a three-foot putt. He banged into a trap on the fourth to go over par and three-putted from 30 feet on the par five seventh to take a six and wind up with a nine-hole 39. This put Middlecoff and Heafner even with nine holes to go. Heafner gained a stroke on the 11th when Gary missed the fair-way and failed to pull the green on his second try to take a one-over five. But Heafner lost two strokes on the 12th when he drove into the rough and his second found the matted grass lining the nar row fairways on his third blow, Heafner lobbed into a trap and it took him another to find the carpet. He was down in two-over six. "This one broke my hack," the North Carolinian said. "I felt I didn't have a chance after that." MIDDLECOFF, who is a ranking money collector on the tournament trail, then proceeded to come in with a 36, one over par to maintain his advantage. He putted for birdies on all but two of the last six greens, missing from three to eight feet and none of them fell. TOURNEY GIANTS John David (right) of IncJianapo. lit, defending titleholder, and Fred Wampler, one of the eraelc shots on Purdue University's links team, head thv list of favorites for the. District golf championship this week. Both have been turning in fine performances this spring and the resumption of their keen rivalry will claim the spotlight as they battle over the 54-hole route. outs. Wampler spent the night . driving from Grand Rapids, Mich., for the start of the 1948 event and blew himself out of contention with a first-round 78, but that won't happen this time. Clyde McEntire of Noblesville, . first-round leader a year ago with a par 70 at Highland, and Arnold koehler of Pleasant Run, second round pacemaker at Ulen with a total of 143, will be back for another fling. Others who ' have the ability to upset the dope, if they can keep their bearings, include Henry Timbrook of Meridian Hills, Clark Espie of Hillcrest and John Cleary and Gene Coulter, of Purdue. Dick Perk of Broadmoor is hitting them a straight mile and if he can control his short game he . might finish well up. Paul Gross of Sarah Shank is another who knows a few things about handling golf sticks and I've been looking for John Hare Jr., of Highland, to slip one over on the boys for several years. BUT ANY WAY I size up the situation, all I can spot is the old one-two punch. Secretary Cliff Wagoner an jonn Marshall, speedway. 8 24-Dale Durnil. Bloomlnctnn: Dirk Hume, Pleasant Run, and Bob Font, Martinsville. 8:40-Dr. J. B. Walker and Jamea Walker jr., Pleasant Run: Bob Hobbi. Martinsville, and Mike ThomDson. Sarah Shank. 848-Jaek Royse.' Highland; Bob Tim-brook, Columbus: Dick Perk, Broadmoor, and John Wolf. Highland. 8:56-Sheldon Sayles. William Cooley, A. L. Perkins and Geor Seldenstlcker. Count-y Club of Indianapolis. :12-A. C. Demaree, Jack Graham, Joe Frazee and H. H. Tudor, Hillcrest. 9:20-Bob White. Dick Cant and John McGuire, Highland, and Henry Timbrook, Meridian Kills. 9:28-John David. Dick Stackhouje. Ralph Quelsscr and Irving Malsch, Merid ian tllllG. 9:36-Dlck Taylor. Herb Husser and Warren Ardapple. Lafayette. 9:44-Frank Welland. Highland: Dirk Mercer, country Club of Indianapolis and Guy Mackey and Vern Dlmond. Lafayette. :52-Jack Hesler. Warren MrOauphev. Donald Orr and Sam O'Neall, Crawfords-ville. 10th Tee 8-MerIe Calvert and Hush Kay.' Pleasant Run; G. F. Holler, South Grove. 8:08-Harold VanHnme and B. J. Bonn, South Grove; Ed Broden, Pleasant Run. 8:16-Don Baker, Coffin: Jim Pearsey, South Grove, and BUI James, Noblesville. 8:24-James Riley. Bill Cobb, Herman Allerding and Ira Lee, Sarah Shank. 8:32-John Schorn, Sarah Shank: Art Hall, Tom Connelly Jr., and Jerry Delks, Pleasant Run, 8:40-Stan and Walter Clogora, Speedway: Tony Medjesky and Ed Lamperski, Coffin. 8:5-jo Pickett and George Wright, Pleasant Run. 9: 12-Wllliam Dunlgan, South Grove; Francis Bucksot and R. Anderson, Pleasant Run, and R. Burns, Coffin. 9:20-Al Frank and Hugh Flint and Fred Westfall, Speedway. 9:28-Jack Simpson. Jim Bhipp and Ed Juniper, Pleasant Run, and Chet Baker, Coffin. 9:38-Russell Hard man, Bruce Coble, Warren Coon and Lew Harding, Greenfield. fl:44-Lou Alexander and Bob Funk. Speedway; Frank Parrlsh, Highland, and Henry Spauldlng. Speedway. B:52-Fred Bumslde. Walter Chapman, Harold Cork and Ken Amlck, Speedway, AFTERNOON Flrat Tee 12:00-Dr. Harry Leer, Count Rosasco. Gil Gerald and Bob Smith. Highland. 12:06-Jack Leer, Ad Coddlngton, Malcolm Campbell and Paul Browning, Highland. 1 2: 16 Bill Diddel, Ray Roberson, Bud Edwards and Ike Cummlngs, Meridian Hills. 12:24-Dr. B. W. Brant and Jim Young, Kokomo, and Dr. Lvle Gant, Highland. 12:32-Dr. T. V. PetranoB, Speedway: Hal Purdy, Meridian Hills and William Cllnkscales. Hillcrest. - 12:40-William Ehlers, A. M. Lauehner, Cecil Harrison and Maurice Rogers, Frankfort. 12: SB-Ken Foster, Riley Fledderjohn and Bill Lilly, Hillcrest, and Fred Harris, Pleasant Run. rIC V2t ptattk. LOCAL fttALEt SoM on SoU on money back guarantee! If this lure foils to catch bass & pike, my deafer is thoriaed to ref wA your money. Concluded From Tag 1 goinj into the final day's 36 holes, fired rounds of 70-72 to threaten right up to the end. Locke bracketed 73 and 71. Following them at 290 were O'Neal (Buck i While, the leathery freelance pro from Greenwood, Miss., and Dave Douglas of Newark, Del., a dark horse, who had 290s. The top amateur was Robert (Skee) Riegel of Tulsa. Okla., who had 73-74 for a 291. This score was shared by one of the four surviving former champions, Lloyd Mancrum of Chim Ralph Guldahl had 296 and Craig Woo 29Ss, Fc ooa ana i-ew w orsliam shared or Middlccoff the triumph ngs $2,000 immediately in cash but a store of links prestige that professionals figure is worth, in the long run, $ 100,000 in cold cash. For Snead, it was just another chapter in a saga of heartbreaks that have plagued him in the Oin. In 1937, he was apparent champion for an hour and a half before Guldahl came in with a record 281 at Birmingham, Mich., to beat him out. IN 1939 HE took a terrific eight on the final hole when a par five would have won thn ! t- Instead it eventually went iyron Nelson Snead battle Worsham into an 18-hole playoff in 1917 and then blew a 30-inch putt on the last hole to give the crown to Lew. Sammy was in 30th place at the end of the. first round and fis'e strokes back of the lending Brosch going into the final day's play. But he started coming strong today while the crowd tramped at the heels of the redhot threesome from the tobacco and cotton country Middlecoff, Heaf-ner and White. HE FASHIONED an even-par 71 in the morning that still left him six strokes in arrears and then turned on the heat in the afternoon while the leaders began to fade. He went out in steady even par 36 and was two under par for the first seven holes hc-fore coming up to the unfortunate 17th. The wide open tournament, U'hirh raw fiiifh ctarc no riufn. Nelson. Jimmy Demaret, Frank ! Mranahan and a galaxy of former titlcholders pushed out after the second round, turned into a three-man dogfight round noon. Middlecoff, who followed an opening 75 with a course rec-ard-equalling 67 yesterday, carved out his second straight, subpar round a 69 in the morning. THIS GAVE him a one-stroke lead over his old links teacher, White, who had a 70, and a three-stroke edue over Heafner and Brosch. Heafner, the for mer Armv sereeant who fnurht in the Battle of the Bulge, shot a third-round 71, while Brosch was soarnig to 73. Pressure rose in the afternoon and this Southern threesome started spraying their shots. It was here par became master again. White blew himself out quickly with a monstrous seven on the par-four sixth hole. He banged his drive into the trees at the , left and barely got out. on his second shot. His third rolled BIT lOl Il GOLF EQUIPMENT -FROM YOUR LOCAL SPECIALISTS IN SrORTS SMITH-HASSLER CO. 217-19 MASS AVE, NCC May Use Camera For Track Events Frankfort, Ind., June 11 (Spl.) Members of the North Central Conference, granddaddy of the state's high school athletic leagues, may replace track finish judges with a camera in 1950. Use of photography to determine placings in track, especially in the shorter running events, was discussed at today's league meeting and a group appointed to investigate the feasibility of such a plan. ANDERSON', NCC titlist in basketball, baseball, cross country and track, won the All-Sports trophy for the fifth time with 104 75100 points, becoming the first conference school to gain permanent possession of the cup. Another will be put in circulation next year. Indianapolis Tech, with 92 510, was second in all sports, finishing ahead of Lafayette, 86 25100 and Muncie Central, 85 25100. NCC directors also recommended a loosening of an IHSAA requirement making it mandatory for an athlete to participate in 10 practices prior to competition. They contend many boys move directly from one sport to another and need less condition To Form New York. ,Ti;nr 11 ".f1-Howie Pollot, stylish lefthander of the St. Louis Cardinals, is staging one of the finest comebacks in major league baseball. Hailed eiRht years aro as another Carl Hubbell, he once again is beinc; compared with the immortal "meal ticket" of the New York Giants. The handsome 27-year-old resident of Houston, Tex., has al- lm..A runs in his- fVt last 41 innings, M.".f 11 innings, -n getting off jy'-' ocky start ' V- J auri Jit 1 11! 1 to a rocky s soil Cl was V -fAfrm. the mound inlfv his first two? 3 ' outings this f "4 year and exiled I- I to the bull pen fof Far from dis- 's couraged overp 4' lus demotion, Pollet won back a chance to start with four neat relief chores. Pollet beat Pittsburgh his first time back on the starting line although relieved in the ninth by-Ted Wilks. On his second attempt he lost a tough 2-0 decision to Brooklyn nrifl flint's th last time he was heaten. He starttd a five-famn ;n . ning streak on May 25 bv blanking Boston, 3-0, then followed with a 9-2 conquest over Cincinnati on Memorial Day. The Reds scored both their runs in the ninth after being held hitless for seven innings. On June 2 Pollet received credit for a 7-4 15-inning triumph over Brooklyn when he held the "Bums" scoreless over the last four rounds. HIS FOURTH straight victory came at Boston's expense the night of June 4 when he stopped the Braves, 2-1. The Braves' lone run came in the final inning. Last Thursday he dumped his "cousins," the New York Giants, 4-1, and the lone New York run was unearned. Pollot holds a 15-4 liictime record over the Polo Grounders. Pollet came to the Cards from Houston of the Texas League late in the 1941 season and along with a lad by the name of Stan Musial almost brought St. Louis the pennant. The lean pitcher won five games and lost two in the thrilling stretch drive against Brooklyn and observers were impressed with his coolness under fire and his "picture style" of delivery. GREAT THINGS were expected of Pollet in 1942 but he only contributed seven victories to the Cardinal pennant, drive because of a sore arm. He looked more like himself the following season but Uncle Sam tapped him on the shoulder after hp had pitched three straight shutouts ana consecutive scoreiess innings. Pollet returned In 1946 and enjoyed his best season. He worked 40 games, 266 innings, winning 21 games Including one . of the historic playoff games for the flag with Brooklyn. The heavy work apparently was too much, for Pollet slumped in 1947, winning only nine games and dropping 11. Last year he started noorlv but wound ud with a respectable 13-8 record. I'oiiet seems certain to gam a berth on the National League's All-Star team and it appears that the Cards' "meal ticket" is headed for his best season in the game. Brooklyn Evens Skating Series Brooklvn evened its five-eame Roller Derby series with Indi anapolis last, night at 2-all by scoring an 11-to-lO triumnh he. -., - --- i fore 9,409 Victory Field custom ers in the third overtime period. Midre Rrashun scored the de ciding point for Brooklyn in the extra session. ine l-nigni Derby stand will be concluded with a finale tonight, beginning at 8:30 p.m. INDIANAPOUS . 1JM13O2O0O-10 Brooklyn 1120220200 1-11 Indlsnspolls Scorlnr (Mfn Arnnsflrt 1, C. Payne 1. Rsimuxserj 2. Kfmp 1. FUlrm 1. (Womrai-Ncsls 1, M. J. Psrne 2, Clnfsnl 1. Brooklyn Srorlnr. (Mmi-Mont 1. SkoMrt 3. Shellmsn 2. Durkworlh 1. (Womtni-Brarium 1, BurhPk 2 Chisox Send Rapp To Oaks; Keep Scala Chicago, June 11 - Earl Rapp, outfielder for the Chicago White Sox, has been sold to the Oakland Oaks in the Pacific Coast League, the White Sox office announced today. The deal suersedes one announced last Thursday whicn would have sent Sox Outfielder Jerry Scala and First Baseman Gordon Coldsberry to Oakland in trade for George Metkovich, Oaks outfielder. However, Scala will stay with the Sox and both Rapp and Goldsberry will go to the Oaks. - SPOT TAIL 0 .. .MINNOW t$2k ...JfZ Ralph Helnleln. Coffin, and Gerald Williams and Joe Wilson. Pleasant Run l:2S-Cari Petercheff. Joe Medjeskl. John Urquhart and John Banich. Soeedway. 1:36-Dr. G. P. Silver. Speedway, and Reese Berry. Ollie Holllngsworth and Mitchell Petercheff. Coffin. l:44-Jot Chllders. Pleasant Run: Reltb Llndamood. Sarah Shank, and R. J. Mc-Tarsney. Speedwav. 1:52-M. A. Robinson. B. A. SDuileh, H. H. Truai and Mike Kelly, Speedway. 27 Combinations Will Seek H onors In Publinx Events Twenty-seven combinations are entered in the Indianapolis Public Links Association's fourth annual father-and-son, father-and-daughter city championship golf tournament at Sarah Shank today. Other teams desiring to enter may do so at the tee until noon. Starting times and pairings follow: S-Dr. R. B. and M. D. Jennings. 8;30-Robert McKee Sr. and Jr.; Keith and Dick Miller. 8:40-Ray and Jack Watts; Merrill and Marvin Christie. 9-John Schorn Sr. and Jr.! Frlti Wuelflng and Jack Hume. 910-John and Dick Hume: Dr. James F. Batch and James Balch Jr. 9.30-George Bender Sr. and Jr.; Bud Brown and Son. 10- Dr. J. B. Walker ind Jamea R. Walker: Frits Miller and father. 10:20-Carl and Arnold Koehler. 10:30-Tom Connelly Sr. and Jr.; Fred Wampler Sr. and Jr. I0:40-Louis E. and James Woodruff: Les Oberlles and son. 11- Warren and Robert Miller; George and Paul Wanner. 12- James and Charles Wilson; William Hoyt Sr.and Jr. 1- Bud and Tom Williams: Bid and Sonny Chandler. 1:30-Glen W. and Fred Haffield. 2- Dr. J. W. and Alice Emhardt; Fred Wuelflng and Marguerite Cox. Legion Golf Tourney Slated At Richmond The fourth annual American Legion state golf tournament will be held July 31 at the For-rest Hills Country Club, Richmond, it was announced yesterday by William E. Clarkson, director of Americanism and athletics. More than 700 linksmen will compete in 11 district tournaments during July to qualify 88 who will compete for department laurels at Richmond. A department team will be selected from the 11 Indiana district champions. Also an individual Indiana department champion will be crowned. This player will be eligible to represent the Indiana department at the National American Legion tournament at Philadelphia Aug. 29 and 30. at any Price! DEVON Delrm 4-Door Sedan ! ' Jointed Model tip Tdl Minnow hot Imm prva "topi" wirh tUtaniMfl thousands l J (Ijnag, Ofsst svoaay II Im$ bttst f iarfiy ltnprvd ky Hit SoinHd actios) la Mm body. REAL UVE MINNOW ACTION EVERY TIME wifh this nawtsf Wood's Irmo-tsotioii. AMracft all gora Ibis. For casting or trolling. 2? AvoBow in M flsh totcMng colon. Mocm of 1BY FROM YOUR Baseball Schools Set For Four Sites This Week Jerry Steiner, baseball coach at Shortridge High School, will conduct four schools for junior baseball players of Marion County this week at three city parks and the Indiana Central College diamond. Ray Linson, field director of the junior baseball program, and several veterans of sandlot competition now serving as managers of the schoolboy teams, also will be on hand to give the youngsters pointers on batting, throwing and catching. LATER THIS month,, additional schools will be held at the same sites with emphasis on pitching, base stealing, infield teamwork and outfield play. Brookside Park will be the scene of the first school this week tomorrow morning. Following in order will be Ellen-berger Park Tuesday, Indiana Central College Wednesday and George Washington Park Friday. All four sessions will begin at 9:30 a.m. Several of the 144 teams playing under the junior baseball banner this season opened their schedules last week and all clubs will play one or more league contests this week. Lombardo Defers Assault On Mark Lake Placid, N.Y., June 11 CP) Band Leader Guy Lombardo ran intb mechanical trouble today and postponed until tomorrow his attempt to smash the world speedboat record. Lombardo will pilot Henry J. Kaiser's "Aluminum First" in his assault on the record of 141.74 miles an hour set by the late Sir Malcolm Campbell in Blue Bird II on Lake Coniston, England. The orchestrav leader had planned to try to break Campbell's 10-year-old mark over a mile course on Lake Placid today. A defective propeller shaft caused postponement. A new shaft was flown here from Detroit. MAX COLLIXS of Lake Tahoe, Cal., another veteran speedboat driver, will pilot a second Kaiser boat tomorrow In an effort to shatter the 17-year- old American record of 124.915 miles an hour. The 28-foot boat, "Hot Metal," also had propeller shaft trouble during trials today. The American record was set by Gar Wood with his Miss America X. 3Team Negro Twin Bill Here Wednesday A three-team double-header negro baseball double uill is scheduled Wednesday night at Victory Field. The first game at 6:45 p.m. pairs the New Orleans Creoles and the Brooklyn Cuban Giants. New Orleans leads the Texas I League and Brooklyn represents I the American Association in the i East. The winner plays the Brooklyn Royal Giants in the ! aftermath. Harry Oliver Soys: A SWELL DEAL FOR DAD (The Old Sport!) Now, don't everybody try to get Into our old elevator at the same time! (We're getting a new one, you know, between July 11 and 24th.) BUT Do come up and jee our SPECIAL OFFER of Sport Shirts (by McGregor), one or two of which will surely pleate Dad o-plenty. Here's the Offer . . . 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South Africa . 74-71-73-71-289 Jim Turnesa, Brlarclift Manor. N.Y 78-89-70-72-289 Buck White, Greenwood, Miss 74-88-70-78-290 D. Douulas. Newark, Del. 74-73-70-73-290 Claude Harmon. Mamaroneck. N.Y. . . 71-72-74-74-291 Pete Cooper, Pontf Vcdra Beach. Fla... 71-73-74-73-Jfll J. Palmer, Badln, NC. 71-75-72-73-291 Eric Monti, Santa Monica, Cal 75-72-70-7S-292 Herschel Spears, Birmingham, Ala 76-71-71-74-292 Al Broach, Garden city, N.Y 70-71-73-79-293 J. Bulla, Verona, Pa... 73-78-72-74-294 Robert (Skeel Rleel. Tula. Okla. . .... 72-75-73-74-294 t. Vines. Iowa City... 73-72-71-78-294 Lloyd Mancrum. Chlcaso 74-74-70-78-294 H. Todd. Dallas. Tex.. 76-72-73-73-294 Lea Kennedy. Paw-tucket, R.I 89-74-79-73-295 G. Webb, Clayton. Mo.. 73-77-70-75-295 F Haas Jr., N. Orleans 74-73-73-75-295 Ralph Guldahl, Chicago. 71-75-73-77-296 Jack Isaacs. Laniley Air Bas, Va 73-71-74-77-297 Horton Smith. Detroit.. 72-75-74-76-297 Chick Harbert, North- vllle, Mich 70-78-75-74-297 J. Ferrler, S. Francisco. 74-75-74-74-297 Lew Worsham. Oak- mont, Pa 71-76-71-J0-29S Charles Farlow, Greensboro, N.C 70-77-76-75-298 James McIIale Jr., Overbrook, Pa 72-76-74-76-296 Cr Wood. Msmaroneck. N Y. . 76-73-76-73-298 Herman Barron, White Plains, N.Y 70-78-76-74-298 Jack Burke, White Plains. N.Y. .... 74-74-75-75-298 Ram Bernardl, Chlcaro. 80-69-76-73-398 Skip Alexander, Lezlnf- ton, N.C 78-72-77-73-398 George Fazio, Cntuhohocscn. Pa . . 73-77-70-79-299 L. Gibson, K. City. Mo.. 75-72-73-79-299 Sam Byrd, Detroit 78-73-74-78-300 Mike Pavella, Wsshlni- ton. Pa 75-75-76-74-300 Jimmy Thomson, New York City 75-72-76-77-300 Vic Ghz;.l, Deal. N.J... 78-72-75-75-300 James Frlslna Sr., Springfield. Ill 76-74-72-79-301 Bobby Crulckshank, Plt'rtjursh. Pa 71-75-79-77-302 R. GafTord. Ft Worth. 76-73-78-75-302 E E Peelle. K. City. Kas. 71-79-75-77-302 J. E. Waitner, Chlcano 72-77-7-76-304 Ray Hill, Shreveport. U. 7-74-78-76-305 O. Grelner. 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Whatever you finally decide, do yoursef this favor SEE US-WRITE UST OR PHONE US TODAY learn oR about this wonderful Austin before ye seriously consider any other automobile at any price I BRITISH MOTORS, INC. 2251 N. MERIDIAN ST. HI. 8803 f AVORITA 10c CHHSIA 2 for Amorlra'l new cor buyers hove made the 1949 English Austin th fastest-selling imported car in the United States. Production hat gone UP. Coits have come DOWN. NOW AUSTIN PASSES THIS SAVING ON TO YOU I Here's a car that gives you value you simply can't match anywhere else today I. ..And the 100,000,000 American milt that Austin owners now have driven prove everything we say here I YOU GET 50 MORE FOR YOUR GASOLINE MONEY! ... . more than 30 milet per gallonl Where else can you match that in a quality car ?- YOU GET POWER to take the steepest hills with easel The Austin's lower low.gear pulls you right through the worst mud or snow. And if your wife drive, she'll fall in love with its ease of handling. She can park m spot where most other can wouldn't have o chancel YOU GET ROOMINESS THAT MATCHES HIGH PRICE CARS I One of the real surprises of the new Austin is its roomineul plenty of room for big, tall people. It's a family-sire corf ' YOU RELAX WHEN YOU RIDE! The Austin's rid. is marvelously smooth and level. The car doesn't heel over going around sharp curves . . . doesn't pitch and toss, YOU'LL LIKE AUSTIN SERVICE. Oar mechanic give your Austin expert service. Our stock of parti hi complete. The network of Austin dealers offer efficient, courteous service. YOU GET VALUE THAT CAN'T BE EQUALLEDI Body of heavier gauge steel for extra safety I No-draft, semi-convertible roofl Built-in heater and- defroetenl "Feofher-ride" SHOP AND COMPARE If you are intending on having any parts replaced in the Knee Action of your car, be sure to include our estimate before having it done. We'll not only give you the lowest price and the fastest service, we will also give you an unconditional guarantee on the job. "Be Sure and Gef Our Prices" No Charge For Checking We install Shocks King Pins Tie-Rod Ends, etc. Wheel Alignment Steering Wheet Balancing We Use Bear Precision Machines Alignment Service, Inc. LaFehdrich contains costly Imported tobaccos blended by an erclusive process that has been a secret of the 3endrich family for ninetynine years. OIL HEATlM MRPVJ ,320 N. Delaware sWi.m mi ,mA,,i. - V , ,. . V- y. YirriSif'ilM;

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