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July 26, 1955 - Image 3

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U.S. 112 in Salin
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A genial high comedy by
Based on an original story by W. Somerset Maugham)
Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sun., $1.65
Fri., Sat., $2.20. Closed Mondays.
Curtain 8:30 P.M.

Middlecoff, Ford Win
PGA Tourney Semi

Fame Hall
Accepts Six

Stands alone!
first as a book...,
now as a motion picture!

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (A) --N. , u iposeu uiL mmyMolin
Baseball's immortal H a 11 of 33 interminable holes yesterday,
Fame increased its membership to winning 4 and 3, to enter the final
80 Monday when it opened its round of the 37th PGA champion-
gates to six newcomers ranging ship. '
from 69-year-old Frank (Home Middlecoff, Ford To Meet
Run) Baker to 40-year-old Jol- Today Middlecoff, the slowest
tin' Joe DiMaggio. players in big time golf, will meet
The select six, whiich also in- one who probably is fastest, Doug
cluded former major league greats Ford, in a 36-hole final. Ford
Leo "Gabby" Harthett, Arthur represents the same Kiamesha
"Dazzy" Vance, Ted Lyons and Lake resort course.
Ray Schalk, were honored in a Ford, racing around the 6,701
special 45-minute ceremony pre- yard Meadowbrook Course like a
sided over by baseball Commis- gross country runner, shattered par
for the sixth straight day as he
sioner Ford Fick. ewhipped Shelley Mayfield of
DiMaggio Applauded, Lauded Seguin, Tex., and Westbury, N. Y.,
DiMaggio, perhaps the best by the same 4 and 3 margin.
known and his feats the best re- 33 Below Par
membered because of his com- Ford, who plays the par 35-36-71
parative youth, received the big- Meadowbrook layout as if it was
gest applause. designed forjhim, clipped five more
The last of the sextet to be pre- strokes off par in the 33 holes yes-
sented, DiMaggio glowed with terday's match last and now is 33
pride as Commissioner Frick re- under standard figures for 161
counted his diamond exploits, in- holes.
cluding his amazing 56-game hit- He was back in the locker room
ting streak, his participation in before Middlecoff and Bolt had
nine world championship New reached the ninth hole of the
York Yankees clubs,. his three afternoon round.
most valuable player awardg, his Accompanied all the way by 10-
11 All Star team nominations and year-old Doug Jr., a shoulder-high
his .325 batting average and 361 copy of himself, Ford shot a 69 on
home runs through 13 seasons. the morning round to lead one up.
Detroit Yacht Wins 243-Mile
Port Huron-to-Mackinac Race
MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. () The Ivanhoe, class A entry of
-The Glory Bea of Detroit, one the Royal Canadian Yacht Club of
of the little sisters of the Port Toronto, captured the runnerup
Huron-to-Mackinac Yacht Race position in the over all standings,
fleet, slipped in primly yesterday skimming over the finish line in
as the overall winner of the annu- the elapsed time of 39:38:13.
al 243-mile haul up Lake Huron. The U.S. Coast Guard reported
The 33-foot pilot * sloop skip- 27 boats had finished at 5 p.m.
pered by Jim Parlin of the Bay- and the other 15 were approach-
view Yacht Club crossed the finish ing Mackinac Island. Gale force
line seventh in the elapsed time winds which hit Lake Huron Sat-
of 48 hours, 28 minutes and 11 urday night forced 26 entries to
seconds. As a class D entry, how- withdraw from the race.
ever, her corrected t i m e of
38:08 :48 was eight minutes and 23
seconds faster than the correctedOrio es cquire
time for the Canadian yawl Ivan- Gray From Tribe
hoe, first to finish among the 42~~rl rb
surviving vessels of the 68 which
started the race Saturday from BALTIMORE () - The Balti-
Port Huron, Mich. more Orioles yesterday picked up

with MYRON McCORMICK * LON CHANEY * JESSE WHITE Written for the Screen by Edna and Edward Anhat
*tied on me Novel by MORTON THOMPSON " Music by George Antheil " Released thri UNITED ARTISTS
Produced and Directed by STANLEY KRAMER


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