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GOLF'S THEIR GAME
Football was on center stage, but people went right on with other things like these top golfers, all over 50, in the U.S. Senior matches at the Westchester Country Club.
1954 Champ, Mrs. J. Walker Hoopes, 58, of Wilmington, Del., wife of retired lumberman, shot first-round 81, 88 on second round.
New President of U.S. Senior Women's Golf Association, Mrs. Oscar Seeley, 63, Philadelphia doctor's wife, has played 43 years.
1945 Winner, Mrs. S. Hinman Bird, 69, of Armonk, N. Y., scored 198. She is wife of retired Tiffany executive, has seven grandchildren.
Amateur winner in 1926, Mrs. Helen B. Stetson, 68, of Philadelphia, found herself out of practice, carded 191 for the two rounds.
Consistent threat, Mrs. Robert F. Beard, 58, of Gladwyne, Pa., won the title in 1949 and was runner-up in 1950 and in 1954.
Rookie winner, Mrs. Harrison F. Flippin, 51, of Ardmore, Pa., won the tournament on her first try with 159. Her husband is doctor of internal medicine.
HORSEMANSHIP IS THEIR HOBBY