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July 21, 1958
Edgar Eisenhower, Tacoma, Wash. attorney, all smiles after his 67 on home course, slyly commented on brother Ike's 89 at Ottawa: "I shoot 'em straight, without trial balloons. I don't believe in the Mulligan."
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July 21, 1958

Faces In The Crowd...

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Edgar Eisenhower, Tacoma, Wash. attorney, all smiles after his 67 on home course, slyly commented on brother Ike's 89 at Ottawa: "I shoot 'em straight, without trial balloons. I don't believe in the Mulligan."

Ernestine Russell, fetching gymnast, one-woman Canadian delegation to world championships in Moscow, won no gold medals but was No. 1 crowd favorite for smiling demeanor among deadpan rivals.

John Matthews, whose 19-year-old Vim proved to be most sprightly of America's Cup contenders in first day's trials, may yet have pleasure of seeing his old boat head out to sea against British challenger.

Gardnar Mulloy, 45-year-old who was on U.S. Davis Cup team last year, officially entered ranks of seniors, outhustled onetime retriever Bitsy Grant 6-0, 6-4 to win his first national clay court title at St. Louis.

Maureen Orcutt, Englewood, N.J. golfer who won her first state medal play title 32 years ago with 244 for 54 holes, demonstrated that she has improved with age, winning crown for ninth time with 236 at Baltusrol.

Mrs. Frances Bera, Long Beach, Calif. instructor, and Copilot Evelyn Kelly, flew Beechcraft Bonanza at 162-mph clip from San Diego to Charleston, S.C., won fourth Powder Puff Derby for Mrs. Bera.

Dan Sikes, 27, lean and hungry-looking U. of Florida law student, whistled his way to 3 and 2 victory over Bob Ludlow in national public links golf final at Chicago, hurried off "to soak my feet in a bucket of water."

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