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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 18

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18 Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1968 Ashe Win Clinches Davis Zone Victory Krishnan put up a stiff battle in the second set but it was to no avail. an ace of his own service. He closed It out in the seventh game. Chip Shots tire coTl SINCE "Q -J witero TtmSMP.I SECOND TIRE ATLANTIS COUNTRY CLUB The third annual tournament of the Golden Golf Association gets off the tee this morning with a field of 80 players. It is a 72-hole event which will run through Friday. Playing it will be for senior women golfers who do not have a handicap in excess of 18. At the end of the first 18 holes, low scorers will be placed in the championship flight. The others will play in lower flights. In a Tee-to-Green tournament of the Ladies GA, Mary Lou Bower was the winner in Class A SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP) - Arthur Ashe led the United States into the Davis Cup challenge round for the first time since l'JM when he defeated India's Ramanthan Krishnan Monday and clinched the interzone finals. Ashe, a 25-year-old Army lieutenant from Richmond, Va., and the first male Negro ever to win a major tennis title, brushed past the experienced Indian 6-1,6-3. 6 3. The victory for Ashe assured the United States of victory in the best-of 5 competition. It gave the U.S. a 3-1 edge and reduced the final match to little more than an exhibition. The United States will take its challenge to Australia, the defending champion, in December. Australia, winner of the cup in 11 of the last 13 years, lost it to the Americans in 1963 but won it back the following year. Looking ahead to the finals, Ashe said, "1 think we will win." A.she had defeated Premjit Lall in one of Saturday's singles but Krishnan had downed Clark (iraebner of New York. A victory by the doubles combination of Stan Smith and Bob Lutz, two Los Angeles young men, sent the U.S. into the final dav with a 21 edge. In defeating the outmatched Krishnan, A.she completely lominated the competition. It vas apparent from the begin-ling that Krishnan, 31, was ired from two previous match-s. The match was plaved in 87- the Men's GA in the conduct of the West Palm Beach Open. Bill Cuomo, caddy master at the West Palm Beach Country Club had a few anxious moments last week. His dog, Brownie, the stray mongrel who joined the club several weeks ago, was becoming a mother and Bill counted three pups. Problem was he had promised seven pups to various friends. A couple of hours later he took a new census and the count had reached eight. In about six weeks, Mickey Sweeney of the PGA club, Will Homeniuk, the Canadian pro, and Billy Shell, George Matter, Ned Merchant, John Scott and Art Topa will get their promised pup. TEqi ESTA COUNTRY CLUB Helen Shaw and Lea Warren fashioned a net best ball of 66 to win a team competition of the Ladies GA in the first division. Helen Clapp and Edith Allen were next with 70. Edna Johnson and Sis Stone won the second division with 67. There was a three way tie at 70 among the teams of Lanie Clemmons and Marge Dailey, Kay Swallow and Hope Chamberlain, Berdlte Wood andLuci Lynd. LOST TREE CLUB Mrs. William Schmitt with a net 37, won a T and F tournament of the with 38 and the runner-up was Gertie Black with 39. In Class B it was Rita Adams with 40, and tied at 42 Nancy Pierce, Thea Eller and Klizabeth Poblockl, and Class C, Myrtle Campbell 45 and Lucille Coyne 53 with low putts to Adah Mave Hildinger. CYPRESS CREEK COUNTRY CLUB Election Day marked another tournament of the Bartenders Golf Association. This one had these results: Low gross: Pepper Martin 74, Les Baines 78. Low net, on the Callaway system, Vince O'Hara 67, R. Merton 69, i. Brown 70, C. Green 71. Closest to the pin: Frank Buhl ', in., and Ted Wiegand 17 in. Longest drive: Joe Driesnack and Jane Rawlin-son. Low putts: Eddie Ganem legree temperature. A.she broke the Indian's serv-:e in the second and fourth ames and took a 5-0 lead with Ladies GA. K turners-up were Mrs. Donald Moe 37!4 and Ber-nice Tillman 38. She also won a golf ball for a chip into the cup. NORTH PALM BEACH COUNTRY CLUB - Marge Davis was the first flight winner In the Blanche Howard tournamerjt which was spread over three days of play. Evelynn Strauss was the runner-up and the consolation went to Gert Bellamy. Results of other flights: Second and B. Harrison. Bud Talley at the West Palm Beach CC has the prize tickets. WEST PALM BEACH COUNTRY CLUB A field of 113 played in a best ball of foursomes Guest Day tournament of the Ladies GA. Two teams tied with net 61s Delene Pepper, Nita Michelson, Bobbie Rigglns and Marlene Colbert; Julie Matter, Rosanne Bush, Jo Bertash and Fabia Jacobson. At 62 was the team of Martha Rich, Adah Maye Hildinger, Sharon Pauly and Elizabeth Carroll. And at 63, Mary Daves, Ednar Archer, Bil-Ue Rowland and Mary Cook. There will be no tournament this week. The Ladies GA will assist r Vema Sievert and Marlon km i: st. 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In the association's last outing, a team competition, the winners were John Dial and Milt Prentiss with a net 61. Other scorers: Al Pavey and Russ Green, 62, and at 63, Harry Kramer and John Jordan, Ed. Montgomery and Bill Hults. In a similar tournament played two days later, John Marquard and Dr. Richard Saunders were the winners with 61 followed by Jack Dille and Roy James 62, Al Haig and Fred Wenz 63, Clyde Grimm and George Strasser, 64, and Pat Patterson and Nippy Parsell 65. FOREST HILL CLUB Newest members of the Hole-In-One Club: Harley Rentner with a 9-iron on the 107-yard 6th hole while playing with Don Carnes and Harold Cornelius; Ted Firth with a 5-wood on the 150 yard 17th hole, playing with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Huff; Howard Buttery, Jr. with a wedge on the 115-yard 12th hole playing with Edward Murawski. LAKE WORTH GOLF CLUB A best ball of foursomes of the Ladies GA was won by Bertha Pope, Nell Ransom, Rosella Crawford and Laura McCornick with a net 63. 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