FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1955
New York Pro Wins PGA
Qualifying Medal With 135
THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TREEK
DETROIT (A') - Doug Ford, a
husky, black-haired professional's
sbn from Kiamesha Lake, N.Y.,
won the qualifying medal in the
37th PGA championship yesterday
with a near record 36-hole score
Ford, finishing late in the day,
blasted the possibility of the first
four-way tie for the medal since
Snead, Middlecoff Follow
Three-time champion Sammy
Snead, lanky Cary Middlecoff, the
'pre-tournament favorite, Skee Rie-
Sgel, and Errie Ball, a little veter-
an club pro from Oak Park, Ill.,
were deadlocked with 137 totals
;when Ford came zooming home
two strokes in front of them.
Ford's qualifying score was only
one stroke behind the PGA record
Skip Alexander, as the touring
brigade of pros vrtually tore apart
Course-just the kind of layout
they like to play.
- Iajor League
Meadowbrook's par 35 - 36 - 71
layout presented no particular
problems to the pros who are used
to getting good lies in the rough
and putting on fast greens.
Ford shot a steady three-under-
par round of 34-34 just after
Middlecoff and Riegel had come
in with a pair of blazing finishes
to tie Snead and Ball.
Of the first nine players on the
list, only Snead went as high as
par Thursday. He had an even 71,
which included a double bogey six
on the 15th hole,.
After yesterday's second quali-
64 nplayers, includig defending
champion Chick Harbert, for the
start of match play today.
Harbert, who wasn't required to
qualify, played through anyway
and shot rounds of 71-68-139 over
his "home" course." -
To Open Drills
EVANSTON, Ill. (A') - The
College All- Stars-47 strong-
open training drills tomorrow
for their Aug. 12 battle with the
Cleveland Browns, professional
football's world champions.
The gridiron classic at Chi-
cago's Soldier Field opens -the
nation's football season.
This year's All-Star team will
be the first to be trained by for-
mer professional coaches. The
previous 20 All- Star teams were
drilled by college coaches.
The professionals have won
12 contests, the collegians 6 and
two ended in ties.
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Trabert 's Pro Decision Lane, Moore
MayDeid Dvi Cp Bout Arranged
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PHILADELPHIA (A') - Prof es- Lane, Michigan's lightweight box-
sional tennis or a business career year's. We haven't a player to step ing champien and seventh ranked
for Tony Trabert-which? into the breach who might hold nationally, is scheduled to meet
The pendulum was swinging back the Australians. Chicago's Davey Moore at Island
strongly toward the business ca- World's Top Amateur Park Stadium in Mt. .Pleasant
reer yesterday. Rated the top amateur in the Aug. 4.
"This pro tennis deal has been world, Wimbledon champion and Bill Mesel, Mt. Pleasant fight
talked about a lot but it's a pretty winner of 15 or 17 tournaments promoter, announced the match
remote thing as matters stand since the Davis Cup challenge yesterday by telephone call to
now," the 24-year-old Cincinnati round, he could be a one-man ten- Lane's native Big Rapids.
racket bombardier said. nis bulwark for Uncle Sam. Moore, the former Olympic
No Pro Offer Bill Talbert, U.S. Davis Cup cap- lightweight champion, has won 21
"Inthefirt pace I ave't adtain and vice president of a Wall of his last 23 professional fights,.
"Inthefirt pace I ave't~hadStreet financial printing firm, has Mesel said-,
any ffe. Inthesecnd, 'vegotgiven Trabert a selling post in his
a good job and I'm concentrating organization with offices in Los
on making gooa at it. I might find Angeles.
it so attractive I wouldn't take a ~ per ut ieyta n
pro offer if it came along."Itpprsuieikythtne
.If Trabert turns pro, the Unit- of Talbert's reasons for giving er etwn a )fladern Gdolrn
ed States can kiss the Davis Cup Trabert the job was to entice him DIAL 2-2513
goodby, at least for another five from turning professional. ENDING TONIGH T
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