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ySOSOG PRO'S 0J? WW f TUNG by the debacle of our amateurs at this year's Open meeting in Brisbane, the State selectors have acted early to see that it doesn't happen again. They have named IS leading players to practise for selection in next year's seven-man State team. They will play two prac tice matches at Royal Syd ney and Kensington, where next year's Open and ama teur chamnionshiDS will be decided. Later other players who show form will be tried out in an effort .to find a team that can match Victoria. The Brisbane deteat was the biecest debacle our amateur golf had experien ced since the last war. : ' On paper we had one of the strongest teams the Mate had ever fielded but we nn-khed eaual third with South Australia, behind Victoria and Queensland. " . Overonfidence and lack of sharp match practice were the twin faults. Our humiliating defeat should have dispelled the first, while the early practice plan should correct the second, .HPHE preliminary prac- tice squad is a happy blend of experienced players and promising youngsters. Harry Berwick, Peter Heard and Keith Pix must be the .core of any State team, while Barry Warren (who was dropped this year), Ted Rigney and Noel Bar-tell win consideration on this year's form. Veteran Harry Hattersley, who has been State captain for many years, brings 23 years of championship golf experience to the group but it is doubtful whether his present form justifies bis inclusion in a State team. Vic " ' Bulgin, ' footballer turned golfer,- who burst into the limelight this season. deserves nis piace ana, win probably keep it. ; , Bruce Devlin, Peter Lang-ham, Barry Radcliffe. John Curtis and John Higson comprise the younger brigade. John Higson, son of Claire Higson, is a comparative newcomer to State golf but he has been playing impressively at Australian for the last three years. VfR. E. J. HYDE will retire next month after five fruitful years as president of the N.S.W. Golf Association. He will continue to serve on the committee. One of the vice-presidents Messrs. J. S. Macqueen (Manly) and O. H. Paton (Pymble) is expected to succeed him. Mr. Hyde played a prominent part in the formation of the association, which grew out of the old Golf Council in 1949. ' Under his guidance it has expanded into the most efficient State, governing body in Australia and has led the way in a tremendous encouragement of both country and junior golf. ;- . rn ,JOrt n K ski ' ' ' ' i ? ' - f - .J BERYL FRANKS, of Ryde, winning - a 220 yards heat in the women's interclub athletics at the Sports Ground yesterday. From LES RYAN GOULBURN, Saturday. Twenty-four-year-old Lismore professional Bob Swinbourne to-day put up a fighting finish to win the N.S.W.4 Close golf championship. ' It was Swinbourne's first major tournament success. Down six strokes with the final 18 holes to play, Swinbourne sank a 12-foot putt on the last green to beat Royal Sydney club assistant professional Eddie Oakman by a stroke. , Oakman, who has been a professional for only two months, ; had a big ' chance to win the title. . - Nerves over the last: 18 holes were his downfall. Oakman, after a morning one-under-par . round of -70, looked to be in an unbeatable position with a lead of six strokes from Swinbourne. Only two other professionals, Bill Holder and Colin Johnston, had a rough chance of getting up. - Oakman really lost the title on the first nine holes of the afternoon. Obvi-' cnmw amvw nrnsmjs ASOUITH. Par: D. ; Sullivan (ID, 1 up. AUSTRALIAN. Stroke: C. R Reddall (15), 65; K. Judd (23). 67; L. O. Traynor (13). 68. A VONDALE. 1 3 boles atable- ford. A: R. G. Sail (10). 27. B L. Oxbv (11). 28.. C: A. A. Bruce (18). 26, on count back. IALGOWLAH. Par. A; W O'Brien (10). 3 up. B: D. Barnet (16), 6 up. C: C. Philip (18). 5 up. D. Barnea won President N. C. Hall trophy. BANKSTOWN. Invitation four ball oar: R. Jennings (13) and R. flayer (8). 8 up. BEXLEY. Ooen stroke! P. Cullen (13), 58. Scratch: B. Grande-mange, 64. BEVERLEY PARK. Four ball. best ball, stroke off par: K. Love and L. Humphries, 96; K..- Lyster and W. Moody. 56. BONNIE DOON. Par, A: O Ward (8), 4 up. B: B. Noble (12). 4 up. C: C. Cot (15), 3 up. Hole- in-one: k. uuncan ai na uuyas. BOND!. Par: P. Snelling (17). Now I wear LS XACT0 m&j TfSIWGLETS with the NYLON REINFORCED NON-SAG NECKBAND By.S: 2?w upwards 7 1 J Tub haovU'Cdibnfresh'budaet wise AVAILABLE WHEREVER GOOD UNDERWEAR AND SPORTSWEAR ARE SOLD 46 Th Sun-Herald Sporting Section, Oct. 23, 1955 5 up; J. Payne (11). S up; W. Swift (II), 5 up. CABRAMATTA. Stableford. A: A. McGuiness (9). 33. B: R. Woolf (14). 40. Grandfathers' trophy: W. Wilkes (Castle Cove) (8). 35. CAMMERAY. Stableford. A: I. Grubb (10), 35. B: I. B. Lyons (is). 39. c: R. Bateman uu;, 33. CAMPBELLTOWN. Open day. :r.: C. Murray and W. Mead (Camobelltown). 3 down. Handi cap: C. Murray and W. Mead, 6 up. Stableford: R. McMinn (Camp-belltown), 36. CARNARVON. Stableford. A: K. Daniwan (II). 39. B: N. Wright (14), 37. - C: I. McLeod ao. 3.' CASllKCOVE. Par: R. Forsyth (14), 2 down; T. Buckingham (19) , 4 down; R. Phillips (8). 4 down. Associates, stroke: Mrs. G. Niquet (17). 67; Miss R. Williams (36), 67. CASTLE HILL. Stableford: L. Whlteoak (8), 34. CHATSWOOD. Medal, stroke. A: C. Roberts (15). 56. B: J. Pullen (t7. 55. C: O. Smith (22). 57: J. Oswin (26). 57. Scr.: B. A. Saunders. 66. Limit markers' trophy: W. Angel (27). 62. CRONULLA Par, A: O.-Shirt (II), 4 up. B: L. Hannon (14), 2 up; 1. Kenny (I?), 2 up; A. Winning IS), 2 (up. September play-off : L. Hannon, 2 up. CROMER. Stroke. A: H. Cow-per. 67, cm count back from' M. Adams. B. R. Wiburg. 65. C: M. Oillis. 65.' CONCORD. Stableford, A: I. K. Steel (9), 39. B: N. E. Sped-ding (II). 39. C:. V. C. Payne (17). 32. CUMBERLAND. . Invitation four-ball v par: C. Collins. 19, and R. J. Smith, 18. 10 up. Members: H. Bliss. 15. and J. Griffen. 13, 8 up. Scratch: A. Parkes and L, Dondy,- I up. EAST HILLS. Par. Ar W. Wade (12). 4 up. B: W. McDonnell (16). t up. C: H. Webber' (20) , H down. . . EASTLAKE. Invitation four-ball v Stableford: S. Keady (14). E. .Dempscf (18), 45.- Scr.: R. Lincoln, C. Rhodes, 37. Members' Stableford: H. Ross (8), 40. ELANORA. Par: J. Allerton (2), 2 up. Scr.: J. Allerton, - I up. four-ball v par: P. S. McKay (5), T. L. Head (8). 6 up. Long drive: H. Whltham, 309yds. ' CORDON. Stableford: R. Stephenson (ID. 31. A: H. Wall (5), 30 on countback from A. Musgrsve (8). 30. B: F. Conwell (12). 28. , KILLARA. Stableford, A: D. R. Osborne (6). 35. B: J. O. Coote (14). 35: V. B Smythe (ID. 35. C: F. M. Little (19), 38. Klllara. j, neat Newcastle, i. four maicoci square. KOCARAH. Stableford: D. Griffiths (8), 39. Scratch: J. Ryan, LANE COVE. Par, members: W. Healev (17). 2 uo: 1. Wall (19). square. Associates: Mrs. D. Ed-mondson (19). 8 up: Mls N. uaiton (Jb), 7 up. Business giru foursomes: Misses C. Callen. N. Roberts, beat Misses I. Collins, B. Hardie. 5 and 4. LONG REEF. Medal. A: N. R. Lock (12), 66: R. I. Wilson (9). 67; O. D. Meares (6). 68. B: I. Handford (17), 66: H. Bolton (19), 67 W. Bayly (17), 67. C: L. Balzer (21). 67; T. Merton (24), 69; P. Gaze (27). 69. Scr.! D. V. Lofthouse, 73. ; MANLY Medal. A: W. Davldte (4), 68; R. Rattary (9),9. B: W. Wanlesa (15), 64; O. Merry (15). 68; R. B. Barraclouch (13), 68. C: V. Hill (16), 64: W. Knot (16), 69. D: Q. Lewis (25), 67; F, Sceats (22) , 68. Scratch score: W. Davldte. 72, on countback from O. Thomson, 72. MARRICKVILLE. Four-ball stableford: J. Horsburgh, R. Hart, 44: R. Rigor. W. Wells, 44; R. J. Rigby. O. Nicholson, 44; P. Day, S. Warner. 44. MON ASH. Stroke: D. Freeman (23) . 67; S. Bazzat) (25), 67 Uo be played off). MONA VALE. Stableford, A: G. James (5). 33. B: N. Glen (14), 38. C: J. Hartnett (18), 37. MOORE PARK. Mixed four-ball v par: A. H. Jensen (12), Mrs. Jensen (25), 7 up; R. Angel (15), Miss Ainsworth (7), 6 up on count back from J. Sledman (4), Mrs. Stedman (33). 6 up; F. W. Roller (15) . Miss C. Blair (33), 6 up. Scratch: A. Water son, Miss Smith, 2 down. MlIRFIELDS. Stableford: G. Robertson (18), 35. NEW BRIGHTON. Stableford: A. Butcher (13), 34 on count back from F. Cardwell (17). 34; E. Parmenter (12), 34; E. W. Bird (16) . 34. NJ8.W Legacy Day,, par: R. Asten-Reed (15), S up; F. Hardy (8). 4 up. First nine: R. Muldoon, 5 up. ' Second. nine: R. Sbortland, 3 up. Sealed nine: C. B. Hay, 2 up. Scratch: D. Ratcliff, square. Long drive: F. J. Coyne. Freak drive: F. White. Putting: P. Aroney. Four-ball: R. Asten-Reed, R. Po-desta, 8 up; C. J. Ryan, B. Dunn, 8 up NORTHBRIDGE. Visitors' Day, four-ball stableford: H. Edmonds (11) , C. Whitehead (17). (Balgow-lah). 47; R. Court (18). R. Zocchl (Roseville), (ID. 47. Scratch: V. Ross (5). C. Ross (Gordon) (9), 38. Members: J. Hartley (15). L. Edmondson (14). 42: A. Wilthew (19), R. WriRht (14). 42. NORTH RYDE. Teams match, stableford: Vice-captain's team, 724, beat Treasurer's team; 710. Individual: H. Forbes, 37. OATLANDS. Visitors day. four-ball v par: W. H. Grist (15), P. Edwards (3), 10 up. Scratch: E. J. Biakey. W. Trembath. 4 up. PYMBLE. Invitation mixed four-ball stableford: A. Lee (ID-Mrs. Wanless (20), 45: R. Coombes (8)-Mrs. Reid (21). 43. Members' competition: J. Fit (I7)-Mrs. Fit! (35). 40. ROSELANDS Stableford: . Muzik (ID. 38. A: T. Bryant (8), 36. B: B. Moller (14). 35. C: C. Holbeacb (17), 34.- ROSEVILLE. Father and son, four-ball best-ball stableford: V. H. Moore (ll)-B. Moore (18), 49: I. B. Geraghty (I4KJ. C. Ger-aghty (7). 47; W. . Hobbs (13)-N. E. Hobbs (20), 47. Members: A. Stephens (20)-T. Rovle (17). 50; H. R. Heher (8-E. Powell (15), 47: J. Kerr (7M. Lloyd (14), 47. ROYAL SYDNEY, Chelmsford Cup qualifiers: J. H. Guthrie (8), 67: A. J. Barrett (13). 68; J. D. Stuart (12). 70. Replay for fourth place: J. D. Leslie (20), 71; 1. C. Guthrie (13). 71; R. Blackburn (23). 71. RYDE-PARRAMATTA. Invitation four-ball stableford: L. Smith (I8M3. Travis (16), 46; V. Toohey (12) -H. Arkins (18). 45. Scratch: C. Hayward-N. Gray. 37. Club: C. Gentle (ll)-W. Hunt (18), 45. THE LAKES. Par handicap: A: C- Rhodes (5). one up; B: A. L. Sinclair (14). square. C: R. Martin-Wever (20), 3 up. STRATHFIELD. Par: E. Movie (6), 4 up. A: I. Ouinn (5). 3 up; A. Norrls (7), square. B: H. Middleton (12). 2 up. C: W. PfRlott (17). 4 up. ST. MICHAELS Invitation four-ball: I. Pearce ( 1 2)-K. Styles (Concord) (14), 7 up. WARRING AH. Invitation four-ball par: D. Lindsay (I0)-P. Bett (14), 6 up. Members' four-ball par: L. Roberts (20)-H. Armstrong (13) . 7 up. WOOILAHR A. Stableford: W. Mayor (8), 38. Stableford aggregate mixed event: W. Mayor, and Mrs. 1. Miller 60. Warren Shield Asquith, 2, beat Mona Vale, 1. RACE TRAIN. -A special race train will leave Central at 10.10 a.m. for the Wyong meeting at Hawkes-bury next Tuesday. ously feeling the strain, be was out in 42. At this stage, Swinbourne was playing with moreconfi-dence, but finding it difficult to score. He was out in 40, reducing Oakman's lead to four strokes. A vital hole to Swinbourne was the 28th. where Oakman took a five and the Lismore player got a par three. Swinbourne, fighting back hard, won the 29th hole, and drew level with Oakman when he sank a 12-foot putt for a birdie three a the 30th. Another 12-footer for, a birdie at the 32nd and a win at the 33rd gave Swinbourne a two-stroke lead. It looked as if the match was over. Then Oakman fought ANZAC RANGE. 384 yards A.G.M. R. Carlyle, 95; J. Russell, 91; T. Marshsll. M. Dorney, 89; D. Dobcrty, 88; W. Jones. A. Childs, 86, BANKSTOWN. G. A. Dehn. 97; R. Bursill. 94; F. N. Dehn. 90; E. Foster, G. Pattinson, R. Greenwood, 88. CHATSWOOD A. Jack, 90; J. Hammond, K. Hammond, 88; D. Leisk, H. Rosten, 87; G. Vassallo, C. Dodd, W. Harding, H. Lamb, 85. - CONCORD. 14 - shots: C. Arthur, 69; W. Stuart, 66; A. Brain, D. Loon, 65; W. Jackson, L. Harrison, F. Nelson. O. Griffiths, Senr., W. Cutler, 64. EDGECLIFF. F. Fergusson, 94; F. Agate, 91; T. Deane, 90; A. Agate, S. Guy, 89; J. King, L. Perrem, 88; R. Tompsitt, 87. HURSTV1LLE V.D.C. 14 shots: I. Wanless, 65; H. Wharton, 64; A. Matthews, 63; W. Adey, O. Mulray. R. King. C. Read. 61. - LIVERPOOL-CABRAMATTA. 14 shots: A. Morris.. 67; R. Lee. 66; R. Hannaford, 65; R. Dixon, 64; C. Kelly. 63; W. Sutton. 61. MARRICKVILLE 14 shots: C. Thomas, W. Goldsmith, 66; D. Watson, 65; R. Bates, 64; E. Ware, J. Payne, .63; P. Walsh, D. Goodwin, 62. METROP. RAILWAYS. B. Stockwell. W. Brumfield. R. Clarke. 91; H. Deans. W. Smith. M. Mc-Evoy. R. Martin. 90; R. Wbitlock. 89; R. Pike, 88. MOSMAN. NEUTRAL BAY (14 shots). J. Davidson, 67; F. Mc-Dermott, 66; F. Mason, K. Lee, 65; L. Greenwell. 63; H. Stanford. A. Beadle, E. Light, J. Norquay, E. Ford, O. Somerville. R, Roche, 62. NJS.W. POLICE. I. L. Fraser. 95; 1. Buchanan. 92: L, McCarty. 90; C. Brown, 89; E. Gosbee, J. Healy, 88; H. Wilton. 87; F. Boor-man, 86. PARRAMATTA. R. Harrison, nr., 96; H. Jsmes, S. Kanaar, 95; W. Rowsell. E. Gittoes. J. Lynch, 93; D. Gibbs, W. Macqueen, 92; R. Pedron, 91; A. Winton. 91. RAIL AND TRAM INST. R Lainc, 66; E. Parkes, J. Nelson, 66; D. McGuiness, F. Martin, 64; V, Andrews, 63; D. Smalley, 63; E. Doyle, 62. RAND WICK (14- shots). J. Page, A. Wright. 62; N. Andreskl. R. White. H. Muffett, 61; G, Stoke-hill. 59: D. Watsen, 59. ROBERT BURNS (14 saots). N. Gannon, 65; E. Hardy, 63; A. Cochrane. 59; W. Pettigrew, 57; F. Hough. 56. ROCKDALE. C. Bartler. 93; N. Irvins. 91: P. Frankland. V. Mar shall, 90: T. Holt, 89; B. Wilcox, y; w. Kiaaeii. J. Hofman. 86. SUTHERLAND (16 shots). F. Stevenson, D. Shepherd, 67; O. Patterson, 66; R. Verlin, 65; W. Gil-more. R. McGovern. 64: A. Had- don, K. Rush, 63. . SYDNEY HARBOUR TRUST. N. Eccles, 97; A. Robinson. 92r D. Dunn. 89: J. Mann. J. Anderson. 88; O. Gordon, 86. SYDNEY V.D.C. E. Hill, 93; A. Legs. D. Bell. 91; R. McCarthy, 89; I. Yanluk, O. Unwin, 88; R. Yewdall, 88. SYDNEY NAVAL. 14 shots: J. Garretty, D. Connors, 65; A. Burrows, J. Pearson, 62; D. Mc-Crecfie, K. Hilditch, L. Vardy, 61. SYDNEY A. . Hillen, . 97; C. Cohan, 96; J. Sweet. 94; D. Mul-lery, D. Denham, 93; W. Mac-nicol, O. Green,. 92; J. Owen, J Ryan, 91. WESTERN SUBURBS. C. Piatt, 94; R. Ezzy, 91; K. Boy, 90; R. Starkey, 87; K. Redknap. 86; R. Acland, 85. YORKSHIRE. B. Hutchlns, 94. O. Martin, 90: W. Nicholson, 89; B. Nelson, R. Pearce. 88; C. Nicholson. 87, E. Hunt, N. Mackenzie, 86. - AT HORNSBY . HORNSBY. W. May, 92; H Freeman, 89; W. Brown, M Stenteford, 87; O. Kent, 86. MANLY G. Cumminga, 94; A. Bird, 92; J. Finlayson, 87; E. Lane. 84; L. Forge, 83. NORTH SYDNEY M. Peek, 91; A. Smith, O. Prince, 88; R. Haywood. 87; L, Hall, 86. . ROSEVILLE A. Rae. 90; P. Scott. 87; O. Stylet, O. Cos. SI; R. Gray, 80. back with a birdie at the 34th and won the 35th when Swinbourne missed the green and chipped too strongly. The result hinged on the last hole. Both took three to get on the green. Oakman's 25-foot putt hit the back of. the cup and bounced out. Swinbourne sank his 12-foot putt to win the title. Leading amateurs were Ted Rigney with a score of 312, and Jack Barkel and the Goulburn interstate player, John Powell, with scores of 314. Rigney, one of the outstanding putters in the State, gave a shocking exhibition on the greens. He missed putt after putt in. his two rounds, and his lapse cost him the amateur trophy. Oakman's morning round of 70 equalled the, course record put up by Swinbourne on the first day's play. NS.W. CLOSE CHAMPIONSHIP 301 1 R. Swinbourne (Lismore), 79. 70. 78. 74. Ml: E. Oakman (Xoyal Sydney), 78. 73, 70, 81. 34: W. Holder (Tbe Lakes), 77, 78. 76. 73. 365 1 C. Johnston (Waratah), 77. 74 78 76 39:' A. 'Myers (unattached), 76, 81. 78, 74; L. T. Wilson (Wollon-gong), 79N77. 74, 79; S. Richardson (Moore Park), 76, 78, 79, 76. SlltWSee Hoe (National), 84. 312:' N.' Berwick (Cabramatta), 73, 82. 77. 80. AMATEURS , SJ E I. Rigney (Botany), 75, 76, 83, 78. 31 4i J. C. Barkel (Bonnie Doon), 75, 81, 79, 79; J. N. Powell (Goulburn), 78, 79, 80, 77. Berwick's Golf Win Harry Berwick (St. Michaels) yesterday won the Pennant Hills Cup by three strokes from M. Storey (Bankstown). Berwick had two rounds of 74 .for an aggregate 148. Storey led at the end of the morning round with a one-over-par round o 72. However, a disastrous 43 out . on his final round settled his chances. .p.e""" H'" Cup 148. H.-Ber- Xc"' 7ii 74 1SI: M- Storey. 72. 4- . 1 -i AlKins, '5. '7! J. y,5S,t6'2?--J53: B- Rc'"fe. 75,78; K. Sheffield. 76. 77. 154: ii "S."'.79' ,S5: 7fi. 7?'D; McDougall. 76. 79. 156: & ''w-f'SV79' 77! B- Nlrn- 7 Berwick. 78, 81 .159: P. Van-Zuy-lem, 79, 80. AUSTRALIA'S firJ woman Olympi ski represent a tin Christine Day, lean Sydney in the Iberi on November 4. Miss Jacqueline Ma also of Sydney, and An tralia's first woman repr sentative in Olympic pai figure skating, left in tt Himalaya earlier thi month. Miss Davy will compe at Grindalwalk early in Ja uary in the British etui I pionships, and later in tl Lowlanders champkshi prior to the Olympic evei at Cortina, Italy, at the a of January. The Lowlanders chai pionships, to be held at Ml ren, Switzerland, is a coi petition amongst countri with, restricted snowfieldj. Our ofhcial uniform ski events is black ski with a myrtle green top, af own gins win oe issued wi the official Australian gra uiympic mazers. Miss Davy, a member the Ski Club of Austral although a ski enthusiast some years, has only racing tor tnree years. When she has the time is an enthusiastic sa player with the Royal S; ney dub. TR1TISH Junior fi -- player, Sheila Armsti who arrived here on with her mother in Iberia, was welcomed to S; ney by L.T.A. coi Mrs. Roland Conway. Sheila, ranked as one the two leading junf players of Britain, is visit! Australia for the tennu son to gain experience. She left yesterday Brisbane, where she will m her first matches in Austral in the Queensland champ ships. I She will return to Sydr .1 II o HI .1 J iur uie pt.a. vy, cnaoip ships and will play n Victorian and Austral! championships and the n ous major touruin which follow. The N.S.W. teamof Bif Penrose, Mary Carter, garet Hellycr and Jones, chosen to Queensland in the m interstate match next V nesday and Thursday, lot for Brisbane oy in morrow. Margaret and Beth, iuniors who have made standing progress tora Wilson Cup representaa will be making meir nra pearance with the inten team. The players will "MM Brisbane for tne vueemj chamninnshiDS. and ret on November 6 in to the N.S.W. champK ss t sc ar St Cc IF n M E M E N AGED 19 YEARS AND UNDER 30 YEARS. SUITABLE APPLICANTS are urgently aulred for aoDoiniment to the permanent M. of Im Nem South Wale Fire Brigade j Tli hours of dutv am 40 Dr weal plm 2 K compulsory ovcrtima. . ; I Thus on compUHon of a 2 months' training pn h wag payable on recruitment I.e. 1418- Pn Increases by an average of 162 a wsek by "1 1 isv set ct I We m a afa f F nil 4u x Vii ' 81 to ale JC jti seen icwfi ad ad W 9 overtime pending the Implementation in W 40-hour week. THE FIRE BRIGADE offers a secure and . . i. -I -J nk.,.;n,.. wha ir Subjects, not under 19 nor over 30 years of 9,," Uat S( AlAin In hainht. EXCELLENT CONDITIONS and opportune K advancement. J AUFrJITIFS InrL.A. I,..' uniform, liberal K annual and long service leave and Superannu.li retirement or prior incapacity, 213 CasHcrcatb Slrrel, S.u"" PnR sarHrim nay b obtained b ,'".,Vf (a. iastosm ef NAW, W. OSBORNI-Kn

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