PACE TEN NOVEMBER 4, 1951 TIae Sunday Herald Sporting Scrlion Ayre No Match For Brilliant Sedgman BRISBANE, Saturday. Tie bogey of Frank Sedgman and aa eager crowd of 200 reduced giant-killer Ian Ayre to a second-rater in to-day's State singles final. Sedgman took only 58 minutes to dispose of Ayre, 6-2. 6-1, 6-2. The match fell flat by contrast with the brilliant exhibition of Lewis Hoad and Ken Kosewall in the junior singles, which Hoad won. 11-9. 1-6. 6-0. For most of the 58 minutes, Sedgman was coasting, winning points almost at will by powerful aervices and acutely angled smashes, but mosdy by bustling Ayre into errors. Fleet-footed, hard-hitting Sedgman, with his blend of ferocity and delicacy, kept Ayre on the run and stretching all the time. Only the highest class shots were of any use against the re-leafless Srdgman, and in eon-atandy trying for these, Ayre icpeatediy harried his strokes and fefl into errors. The crowd got few glimpses of the real Sedgman. Ke was rarely extended and rallies were few. A lucky net cord, an ace, and ' two strong first deliveries gave Ayre his opening service after deuce. Then the sorry procession began. Sedgman cracked two aces for a love game, broke through BOXER WAITS! AT HOSPITAL LONDON, November 3 ( A.A .P.). Former world middleweight champion Kxodoiph T orpin is Ixura-farirung a vigil at the Birmingham Hospital, where 22-year-old coloured boxer Frank Sibai is lying seavV coawjons. Sibai was rushed to the hospital on Friday night after he collapsed at the end of a stage bout with Turpin. He was reported yesterday to be semi-conscious, but not on the danger list. Sibai was admitted with a suspected fracture of the skull, but an X-ray revealed nothing. Ayre's to 15. and the only points nc tosi on nis next service was a double fault. Another few minutes of Sedgmaa's crisp, effordeai atroke-auking and a 5-1 was called against Ayre. Ayre also recovered from IS- 40 to deuce on Sedgman's next service, but a volleyed placement ana a wean drive by Ayre decided the set 6-2. From then on it was all Sedg man. The brilliant tennis of the day was unquestionably the Hoad- KosewaU match. Evenly matched, they exploited every shot in the game, and their rallies tnniiea the crowd. Hoad. one of the fastest servers in Australia to-day, found to his surprise that Roscwall's reputedly weak service was now capable of many aces. dull I tW F. Sedt CVic.t. beat 1. Ayre (Old.). 6-2. 6-1. 6-2. WainesT Slacks. Final: Mrs. I Mills "-. neat MIS. t. rmncy Knaj. 1-6. 6-3. 6-2. Msal ouavjlu. Filial D. Candy (SA.-Miss Hacdcastle (OH ), cat B. Green (Qld.)-Mrs. Mills (Old.), 5-7. 6-1. 6-3. Jnbr JmJbZL- Faaal: L Hoad (NS.W.I. beat K. Rose- wau ipiawa 11-9, 1-0. 6-0. WATCHMAKER WANTED IN COUNTRY TOWN, to work io Jewellers Shop at trade rates. Wonderful opportunity to earn 20 to 25 per week. Lttom SCS r sarita arttk CrednUials t mm JEWEILESS, IS PINE AVE, LEETON BIGGEST event in the bowling world this week is the aamzaJ Bine Mountains carnival, which opened yesterday with the fonn ckomplonsitip. There are 416 players in this event, which was won last year by a Concord golf four. Allen Cleary, Cyril Fox, Bill Thomas, and Cecil Leighton. To-day the singles championship begins, and the field of 319 includes last year's winner, Hugh Smith (Woonona), and runner-up. Jack Low (B.H.P.). Other prominent names in this year's event are State champion Garney Noble, who was a late withdrawal from the N.S.W. side which has just returned from Queensland; Albert Newton, 1950 State chamnion: Eric Donald. winner of the carnival singles in 1949; Cal Matha (West wya-lcne). Bill Traise (B.H.P.). Charlie Cordaiy (Parkes). Percy Pryor ((Jumndi). The pairs championship does not begin until Tuesday. Bradley and Clark (South Coast) were last year's winners-Travel Record NEWCASTLE District bowlers under the leadership of president rVal Young have completed a tour of North Queensland which involved 4-509 miles of tram travel in 24 days, Publicity officer A If Hooker, a mathematician of note, calculates these reasarkable figiuea The tourists received 16 otic welcomes; averaged 209 mQes a day; played 20 matches; attended 13 social f inactions; visited 10 district associations. Notwithstanding the strain of all these events, Wal Young claimed in Brisbane that they were still a happy band of men and women at the end of the tour. Too Many Parties I AM not alone in the opinion that interstate matches are drifting rapidly towards the social rather than the competitive side. Official and unofficial outings night after night during interstate matches are not good training, particularly for the younger members of a side. In other times there was sufficient discipline to regulate these off-tbe-green arrangements. Did Yon Know? J?VEBY BOWL must, from time to time, be retested by an official tester every seven years. That means that some bowls must be re-tested after the end of this year. Bowlers would do well to see that their bowls comply with the law before the Pennants commence early in January. Sands Plans 'Awry' From Our Staff Correspondent. lVTEW YORK, Not. 3. Dave Sands's manager Tom J.1 Maguire said yesterday that he had been disappointed with the result of Sands's brief American tour. "I wanted Dave to have a fight in Madison Square Garden before leaving but unfortunately our plans went a little awry from the beginning," Maguire said. "Our real aim was a bout with Ray Robinson but the position here is very obscure. "However it is possible we will get that match next year when we come abroad again." Maguire, Sands and trainer Joe Ruggero plan to fly to London to-day. Sands will begin training in London the day after he arrives in preparation for his fight with West Indian middleweight Joe Randy Pompey at Harringay Stadium in two weeks. KEEN SHIELD GOLF By LES RYAN Allen Black and Lee Patterson (The Lakes) will meet John Curtis and Dal Cockerel! (Australian) in the final of the Killara Shield foursome at La Perouse next Saturday. In the semi-final yesterday Black and Patterson beat the N.S.W. club pair, Ralph Davies and Lee Bowes, 2 and 1. Curtis and Cockerell won the other semi-final, beating the Ryde-Parramatla pair, Ron Jennings and Morrie Behringer, 2 and 1. Black and Patterson made a disastrous start, losing the first three holes. They won the fourth and sixth holes, and at the tum were one down. Black and Patterson squared the match at the 10th, when Oavies hit his tee shot into the rough. Bowes did not recover, and it took three to make the green. This was the turning point of the match. Black and Patterson, after halving the 11th and 12th, took the lead when they won the 13th with a birdie score. They were two up when they took the 16th in par figures and bad halved the 17th to win the match 2 and 1. The match in which Cutis and Cockerell beat Jennings and Behringer was always in doubt. Jennings and Behringer won the third hole to take an early lead, but the match was square when Jennings with his tee snot was off the fairway at the fourth. Jennings holed a 60ft chin shot to win the fifth with a birdie three. Curtis and Cockerell squared the match when they won the sixth. Cockerell sank a 15ft putt for a birdie two. and be and Curtis took the lead at the seventh when their opponents bunkered. They, held the lead of one up to the ninth. Curtis holed a 12ft outt to win the 11th. and he and Cockerell had the match in hand with a lead of two up. The 12th hole was halved in par and the 13th in one under. Jennings and Behringer fought back to win the 14th. hut Cockerell won the 15th with a downhill nine-foot putt. The 17th was halved and the match won 2 and 1. INTslA lTfliB rf?AlUX7C a meeting of the Indian Olympic that India will take part in the Helsinki Olvmnii- rim (A.A.P.) A SPECIAL committee briefed to develop junior golf in all parts of the State was appointed by the N.S.W. Golf Association last Thursday. One of its aims will be to persuade school authorities that golf should be included in their sports. Some schools do encourage the game, thanks mainly to enthusiastic pioneer work by Bill McWilliam. Beverley Park professional: But a few months ago a scheme for G.P.S. golf fell on deaf ears. Members of the committee are: Messrs. E. A. Uther (chairman), G. N. Davies, J. W. Wilson, and Dr. B. B. Blomfield. New Rink AUSTRALIAN is the latest golf club to cater for bowlers. Bulldozers have finished scooping and levelling ground to the right of the clubhouse and when this has consolidated a full-size green will be planted. It may be ready for play within a year. A.I.F. ( up TjNTRIES close to-morrow - tor this years A.l.f. ser vices Cup tournament, to be played at the Australian Club's course on November 14. It will be the 30th anniversary of this popular event, which usually attracts about 250 competitors. The cup. given by the late Sir James Murdoch, will be decided over 18 holes stableford. There will be other minor events. Praised 1 ES WILSON, assistant pro- " fessional at Strathfleld, was congratuiatea twice last week by Jim Terrier and by Norman von Nida. Wilson, who is IS. vlaved with Terrier and BUI Holder in lion- day's Dunlop Cup at the Lakes. On Friday he finished eighth in the Manly purse with solid rounds of 74 and 73. "He thinks well and doesn't try to htt the cover off the oau, was von maa s comment. Juniors, Too TWENTY-FIVE leading junior amateurs have been invited to play with profession als competing for the Chester- Held purse at Pymble on December 1U. This experiment proved highly successful last year, and is to be encouraged. We have some first- rate juniors, and the experience they gain in such teaming is in- vaiuaoie. It will be a 36-hoIe event, with trophies for the amateurs. I Hear M Th.r.'t Iv.f1 . laet-mlntl. cnange in Jim rerrier s exhibition ai uusLuru ai i. p.m. to-oay. national amateur champion Peter Heard is not available so Fred Bolger will partner Harry Berwick aeainct Frnr arul 1.' Grant. State junior champion Rex McKay, of Wollongong, has inined PvmM b 9 Mimtm . - ( WUUUUJ 11 11-111- ber, and Col Mitchell, promising iwscvuic junior, Becomes a lull junior member. Roselands, has been 'elected a junior memoer ot New South Wales. Third in thr- 11 1 n inr r-him pionship, Crampton promises to develop into an outstanding golfer. La Perouse competition should sharpen bis game. Camden Day TJECENTLY formed Cam-1 v den Club will hold its first professional purse of 120 on November 24. Amateurs will rmnn.1. fry K Camden Jubilee trophy, and the ciuo nopes to see a good muster of city golfers. The links are at Studley Park, On the Hume Hioftuav IvtoM!, Narellan and Camden, and just 36 miles from the G.P.O. a pleasant, picturesque drive. LEAPS FOR VOLLEY Frank Sedgman leaps to make a backhand volley during his match against lan Ayre in the Queensland singles final in Brisbane yesterday. Sedgman won in straight sets. AUSTRALIAN. Victory Tropby. firsl round: L. J. Ed meads (16). J. Hughes (61. 7 op: n. amim u;, J. Burgess S nn: J. B. Taylor (16). C. Concry (11). 5 up: E. Hamilloa (13), R. B. Prentice (12), S up: K. Yoodale (18). J. Robin son (9). 5 op. AVOCA. Par: D. Lomas (9). square. AVONDALE. Stroke. A grade: R. C. McClintnck (13). 73. B crade: P. H. Allen (20). 63. C grade: S. M. Newman (21), 62. BALGOWIAH. Medal, stroke. A grade: A. EatHer (10). 59: D. Sage (IS), AO: r O'Flahertv (IS). 64. B grade: W. Bradley (19). 57: C. E. Ferrier (16). SB; W. to. layior 12U), 3. - grauc: j, upnam 12Z). 34: k. j. spowan " 56: S. Major (24). 57. Medal winner: I. Upturn. BANKSTOWN. Medal. A grade: A. Carter (8). 66. B grade: L. McCabe (20), 63: A. Koper (2). 62. BAVVIEW. Cold Medal. A grade: F. Travhurn (8). 63. B grade: R. Heath. cote (16). 79. Monthly Medal. A grade: R. Healbeott (16). 79. C grade: V. Boltwood (25). 55. Amateur course re cord: l. urodigan witn 64. HKVFDI VY PARK. Invitation four- ball stroke, off par handicap: L. Collier (Carnarvon) (17) and G. Reed (14), 57. Club tropby: J. Kennedy (11). A. Cootes iw). ay; to. oeasiey iw). km. nun on wtu, 60. BEXLEY. Stroke. V. Cotzer Trophy: A. Holmes (12). 56: C. Pickle (16).. 56. ONTO. Stableford: J. Scboneld (13). IS. BONNIE DOON. Invitation four-ball. best ball v oar: 1 McAndrew (13). P. Cullen (17). 12 up. Best gross: E. nounos. rt. ttanell. 3 op. .-ujemDcrs: f Bennison (13). J. Elliott (15). 8 up. CABRAMATTA. Monthly medal. A grade: B. Carter (9). 64 net. B grade: G. Leddlngham (26). 53 net. CAMMERAY. Stroke. A grade: E. Ford (14). S9: S Tunwr ttti. A.1 R grade: N. Sawkins (16). 62: I. Willis u". w, Ki grade: If. Baldock (27). 59: B. H. Coronet (24). 62: R. War-burton (22). 62. CARNARVON. Medal. A grade: W. Simpson (13). 64; C Stevens (II). 69. B grade: W. Hurley (23). 65: R. Anderson (23), 65. C grade: C. Hunt (24). 61: S. G. Shaw (24). 66. USTUCOVE- Medal, stroke: W. Eldertoo (27). 63; D. McMurdo (20). 64. CHATS WOOD Smvk-p. A .,,- a lack (14). S3: 1 TirlmHi. rist j. i' Judge (20). 54. B grade: L. Masters (24), 50; L Dean (26). 51; A. Hart (27). rosman invtaHn u . .... C. Trocopis (14). T. S. Worthy (111. 7 f .im on coum-oacK irom A. w Fairfax (11). i. Nicholson (14). 7 up. Best gross: D. W. McPneraon (4). C. Ford (5). square. CROMER Monthly Medal. A grade: L. Bradford (12), 66. B grade: W. Potts (19). 64. C grade: C. McGregor (22). 66: C. Searle (23). 66. Scratch: J. Robertson. 77. CRONULLA. Stroke. A grade: F. Richardson (15). 58: J. Thomson (15). 64. B grade: E. Burton (27). 57: w Woorard (19). S9 Unl.t. p .,.. 57. CUMBERLAND. Stroke Mrrial am W. Cambridge Tropby. A grade: J Owers (17). 66; S. Woods (14). 67. B grade: E. Young (27), 59: M. Cook (25). FA.-( l l.AKM A arail- r IIwIh (7). 65. B trade: A Dawri7i o- K- Hodge (20), 69. C grade: A. McSwecn j-ji. m. iiraaiciai uopny, nnai: K.. nenncssey (16) neat A. turner (13), 2 and 1. Bunensbaw Shield, semi-final: B. Graodemange. B. Ratcliffe (St. MlChaelO beat H Rerwiek. N Wk. (SJ. MichaeU). 2 and I: E. Foster. R. T borne (Cumberland) beat K. Pickering. I. J-ahiff (New Brighton). 7 and 5 .n.iu.7 aropny, lour-oaii v par: G Donovan (5). D. B. Loudon (II). s up. ELANORA. Canadian mixed four somes v par: T. F. Nash. Mrs. Nash (27). 3 up. Best gross score: J. Elder. Miss Graham (8). 5 down. CORDON Mnnihlv nwhl- n Hiahneld. A trade: J P Ci I'., 62; F. R. Hicks (6). 63. B grade: C.'. Harper (21). 61: D. Allum ri7 At c. grade: A. Caimey (25), 57. K1EXARA. Invitation four4all v par: T. C. Walker (11) ,G. Walker (17). 6 up: F. H. E. Cliff (20), C. Harland (15). 6 up. KOGARAH. Owen Reeve Memorial Tropby, aggregate Stableford: J. Ryan 6. K. Jones (12), 76. W. Moulcn holed in one at 13th, 110 yards. Mrs. 1 Menckic holed in one at I3th. 110 yards. LANE COVE. Stableford: F. Poulen, 37: T. Mungovea, 35; W. Lowe. 34. LONC REEF. Stableford: G. Smith (8) . 41. B grade: A. Bambach (10). 39. C grade: J. D. Norton (20), 37. MANLY. Stableford. A grade: E. B. T. Hall (3). 38: A. K. Younge (7). 37; A. T. Payne (10). 37. B grade: R. T. Hunl (15). 38: P. S. Wylie (15). 37. MARRICKVILLE. W. Harrison Tropby. Four-ball Stableford: D. McOermott (8). A. Hopkins (14). 42. MONASLL Monthly medal. A grade: M. Fageo (16). 62. B grade: L. Port (20). 66. C grade: G. Lipton (22). 63. MONA VALE. Stroke: A Beers (27), 59: D. Hodges (11). 62; M. Boyd (IS). 64. T. L. Warren Trophy: Gordon beat Mona Vale. 2 matches to 1. MOORE PARK Stroke, A grade: N. Hardy (9), 64; H. Hudson (6). 65. B grade, monthly medal: C. A. Eves (22). 62: C. O'Mara (18), 64: F. Austin (26). 64: M. G. T. Woods (26). 65. N.S.W. W. C. Goodwin cup: C. R. Stanley (18), 66; E. T. Worrall (18). 68. Orange Golf Club: G. Flough (8). 76. NORTHB RIDGE: Medal, A grade: J. Windsor (15), 60; R. Adamson (16). 60. B grade: J. Hartley (22), 60. C grade: D. Cale (24). 63; L. Franklin (27). S3. OATLANDSt -Par, A grade: W. O. Ryall (11), 1 down. B grade: A. K. Duncan (14), 2 up. C grade: E. S. Wilson (19). 2 down. PENNANT HILLS. Stroke event, A grade: W. R. Bcattie (15), 67; A. Duckworth (U). 67. B grade: B. Gllleu (18) . 61. C trade: J. Gates (27). 61. PYMBLE: Par. A grade: H. S. Crouch (5), 3 up. B grade: R. Twose 14), 6 up. C trade: I C. Powers (20). 3 PROSELANDS. Stroke, medal: W. Burns (21), 59. Scratch: D. R. Kint. 74. A grade: R. Hamilton (15). 66. B grade: S. Withal! (20), 62: T. Jones (19) , 62. C grade: W. Harpbam (27), 61. ROSEV1LLE. Monthly medal. A grade: L. J. Maish (14). 56: P. Storey ' (9) . 60; S. Hume (11), 61. B grade: L. Tares (20). 55: D. G. Apsey (21). 60: D. Malcolm (19). 60. C grade: L. Coker (26). 56; R. A. Stowe (22), 57; K. Bowen (26), 58; M. Campbell G7). ROYAL SYDNEY. Stroke handicap, morning round: E. R. Raine (18). 71: F. P. Wallis (24). 71. Afternoon, A grade: T. W. Durkin (14), 64; J. H. Terrey (13), 64. B grade: J. D. Leig-head (20), 69: T. Gaffney (18), 76. RYDE-PARRAMATTA. Lonv-marken cup: J. Burley (23). 65: B. Finch (23), . ntuiii n. graac: J. aqois (!.), 66. B grade: H. Robbie (16). 61. Zud-munson cup: J. Waite (15). 68. A.I.F.: F. Horton (16). 65. D. Soutar noted io one at the 16th. ST. MirflAKI.C' C(rnV. mnnlhl. medal. A grade: T. Costello (121, 72: W. Rose (9), 72. B grade: C. Habesy (16). 65. C grade: J. Murphy (22). 60. STRATHFTELD. Monthly medal: T. O'Byrne (13). 59. A grade: J. Callanaa (II), 63. B grade: H. P. Simpson (I6. 51. C trade: H. Hammond (24). 60. THE LAKES. Semi-final. kT .11... shield foursomes: Australian defeated Rydc-Parramatta. 2 and I: The Lakes beat N.S.W., 2 and 1. Par handicap. A grade: R. Young (9). 1 dowo. B grade: L. Snowsell (13), t up. C grade: H. Williams (20). 3 op. VICTORIA PARK Medal, stroke. A grade: G. Addison (15). 58; O. Hosking 'J.3'-.,61,; tB T,e: MUlan (27). 57: H. Rankin (25). 58. wAsuttpiOAH. Stroke, medal, A grade: R. Greenawav (14). fu R grade: C. J. Fox (26). 61. WOOLLAHRA. Strotc. A grade. S Smith trophy: S. Wolifton (IS). 53. B grade, M. Englia trophy: F. Fisher (23).
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