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PitESIDENTS OF GOLF SUMMIT—Heads of the United Golfers Association and leaders
in Its RffiUBted units were in Dayton last week for important conference involving future
plans of VGA to sponsor and promote the gro p’s annual tournaments. Seen above are, left
to Tight, UGA president Franklin T. Lett, Detroit; Moss H. Kendrix, D. C. public relations
fiiim head; Max Stanford, Eastern Golf Association president, Philadelphia, and Howard
Apdenon, president of the Midwest District olf Association, all pausing between rounds in
tourney siibnsored by Dayton’s Fairway Go’f Club. The Moss H. Kendrick Organization
was retained by UGA to handle certain aspects of its public relations and prom6tions.
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Rules For Golf
WASHINGTON, D. C.
The United Golfers Associ
ation this weelc issued a state
ment covering rules of play for
its tournament to be held at
Pittsburgh, August 25-29, and
announced appointment of
Washington, D. C. public rela
tions firm to handle pertain as
pects of its promotions.
Mrs. Pq,ria Brown, UGA tour
nament director, released
statement outlining rules of play
and announced that tournament
will be played at North and
South Parlt courses in Pitts
burgh. Amateur men will quali
fy at North Park, while the wo
men and senior men will play
over the Soiith Park course. All
RAIN FAES TO
A continuous downpour of
.'ain failed to halt the scheduled
United Golfers Association, Eas-
ern Division Tournament at
Allentewn, Pa., last weekend
where 130 ardent golfers vied
for honors in pro and amateur
Mrs. Parris Brown, Washing-
-on, D. C., UGA Tournament di-
i-ector, and her assistant, “Star
ter” Reddick, of Philadelpliia,
reported golfers from six eastern,
seaboard states journeyed to tlie
beautiful but difficult Pennsylva
nia course to participate.
Howard Wheeler, Philadel
phia, Was first place winner in
the pro division at 148 for 33it
holes, haying a two under parj
71 on final round. William Mays,
Washington, D. C., and Richard!
torTecon^Tacfwith’^fso. anl'COACH FLOYD BROWN AND HIS PJERTO RICAN BASKETBALL TEAM
Walter Steward, Baltimore, was! Ccrch I loyd Brown of the North Carolina College basketball Eagles, who is coaching the
third place winner. | cpge spoit in Pcei to Rico this summer, is shjwn he: e witk his Puerto Rican charges. Read-
Thomas was the only Negro ta’ii’S Johnny Rodriguez, (96) clockwise, the players are Rpf^el Valle, Norbeito Cnw.
qualify in the National Open Tito Srnturi, .Coach Brown (The Iceman), and Domingo “Lolo” Gonzales. The lad in back
played at Tulsa, Oklahoma. In is Brown’s Bali boy Flaco (Skinny) Suhs
the amateur division, James
Holloway, of New Jersey, was
first place winner, followed by;
fernd^IIcrand^Murrlrstre^ Ofle ConsolatioH: It’s Crcat For The Tarheel Fans
of Baltimore, third place. GREENSBORO 127. Thd others are Florida A&M Teachers College at Winston-
The head, football coach at University of Tallahassee,] galem, October 25, 2:00 P. M-
champs, of the Southern Inter-j’ ,r • .» i.
collegiate Athletic Associatio:^' University at Tal-
and Maryland State College of l^hassee, November 8, 2:30 P.
ftincess Anne, winners in the M., and North Carolina College
A. And T.’s Coach Faces Tough Gridiron Schedule With At
Who’s On First?
A&T College is just trying to
make other folks happy.
-Bert Piggott, the freshman
The second annual edition of coach who took over the reigns
WHO’S WHO IN SPORTS, fea- for the A&T Aggies last season, • Central Intercollegiate Athletic at Durham in the Thanksgiving
taring 95 personality profiles of. explained this week the reason Association flag race, both fea-
today’s top sports figures, was'for the tough schedule his boysjturing the Aggies in homecom-
published this week. Produced: jvill face this fall. He told re- ing events.
by the editors of SPORT Maga-! Portors, “we are not out of our Other home games, afternoon
zine, the 50 cent publication con-i minds. We arranged the sche-
tains facts, anec'dotes and overj dule to please our fans.”
200 pictures of sport’s greats! That is the best way he could
qualifying rounds must be start
ed between 7 AM and 4 PM on
Monday, August 25.
Junior entries will play in
two age groups, 9 to 14 anS 15
to 17, inclusive'. This division
will play its rounds over the
North Park course on Thursday
and Friddy, August ^8 and 29.
The professional division begins
play on Tuesday, August 26, in
the afternoon. On the second
ranging from Hank
engagements, will pit the Aggies
against South Carolina State
College pctober 11; Morgan
Classic. Thursday, November 27,
1:30 P. M
Third Member Of
Has Three Offers
Tennessee State and A4cT Col
lege landed two of the AA
champion Jordan-Sellera c*|cr«,
it was reported this week hf
John H. Malloy, coach of the
I championship winning Burling
A third senior from the team
is currently trying to decid*
among offers from foiv achoola.
James Boone, a forward for
the Jordan-Sellera cagers, it
headed for Tennessee State on a
foot ball acholarahip. Boone, •
3*2”, 220 pounder, also played
fullback for the Barlington high
school football team which wM
runner-up fcJ? western diviskm
A&T College enticed Jotepft
Short, co-captain and center lor
the basketball team, to play tot
the Aggies. Short, tallest man oa
the Burlington team at 8’5”, alap
played football lor the Tigen.
He was an end. A 193 pounder.
Short may play both sport* for
Robert Murray, the Tigers co-
captain and jump shot artist, te
dickering with offers from John
son C. Smith, A&T, TennessM
State and the University of Con
necticut. Murray was the leading
i scorer -for the Tigers last year.
He bucketed 260 points in 20
The University of Connecticwl
has already landed another
school athlete from the state.
Dudley (Greensboro) high's Ed.
Martin has completed prelimi
nary preparations for enroll
ment at the New England aehdpL
Aaron to how champions from'State CoUege, the annual home
day, the pro ranks will be cut to
thirty-six players.' '*
Men _ players will qualify
divisions of 32, which will
cut to flights, of 16, while wo
men players and the senior men
will go from divisions of 16 to
flights of eight. The juniors will
play 27 holes. Other instructions
and rules will be issued at tour
BEEFiATER Holly Poultry Co.
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last y«ar in three different con-
|erences ended up on his scher
Heading the list is Tennessee
J|tate A&I University of Nash-
■Ville, winners of the Midwestern
coming tilf, November 1 and
Virginia State College, annual]
High School Senior Day, Nov.
The road schedule calls for^
Virginia Union University in the
AtnWtic Assocfation flag. That Fish Bowl, Norfolk, Va., October
aggregation will open against 4, 8:00 P. M.; Maryland State
the Aggies here in Greensboro' College at Princess Anne, Oct.
on Saturday night, September^ 18, 2:00 P. M.; Winston-Salem
Tarheelia’s Mountain Trout Fishermen
Get Bonus Of^xtra Month Of Season
Moved To New Location
FOURTH AT VINE ST.
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groups and churches.
Specials on Week-ends
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Tar Heel mountain trout
fishermen will get an extra
month of fishing this year - with
restrictions. The Wildlife Re
sources Commission has extend
ed tlie season on certain desig
nated streams in twenty counties
to September 30 instead of Au
gust 31. The creel limit during
September will be reduced from
ten to five daily.
Following are the counties,
streams and sections of streams
affected by the amended regula
Alleghany County - Little
River, from Whitehead Bridge
downstream; Brush Creek from
Route 21 bridge downstream;
Glade Creek from Route 21
Ashe County - New River,
north fork, from Maxwell to
Sharp’s mill dam.
Surry County - Fisher River
and Ramey Creek from Law Gap
Dam to Blevin’s Store.
Watauga County - Watauga
River from Fuscoe to Tennessee
line; Middle Fork from Lake
Chetola to Boone Dam.
Avery County - Linville River
from Linville Co. property to
Burke County - Linville River
from first bridge to second
bridge below Lake James.
Caldwell County - Yadkin
River from Finley P. O. to Buf
McDowell County - Arm
strong Creek from Roses Creek
to Catawba River.
Mitchell County - Cane Creek
from Clarrissa to Toe River.
Rutherford, Henderson Coun- ‘
ties - Rocky Broad River from
Buncombe County line to Lake i
JAMES WALSH 4 CO.. IWX
Yancey County - Cane River
from Upper Falls to Bowlena
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