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BACHELORS OF THE ART

July 13, 1959
July 13, 1959

Table of Contents
July 13, 1959

Invaders From Below The Equator
Spectacle
Wonderful World Of Sport
  • The Queen's Plate is a Canadian horse race first run 100 years ago in honor of Queen Victoria, who was not greatly amused at the time. Last week nobody at Toronto's Woodbine track watched with keener interest than Victoria's great-great-granddaughter

An Analysis in Depth
Race Track Business
Baseball
Food
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

BACHELORS OF THE ART

Shown here is a fair (and we do mean fair) sampling of the 50 lovely and loose-jointed lady undergraduates who swarmed from 35 college campuses to a golf course in Chapel Hill, N.C. to compete in the Women's National Collegiate Golf Championship.

This is an article from the July 13, 1959 issue Original Layout

Though all of the girls had still to achieve their academic bachelorhoods, many of those present had already earned an impressive array of degrees in the art of golf. The tournament boasted at least five state champions, two former U.S. amateur winners, a clutch of regional champs and, topping them all, Miami's Judy Eller, who beat Purdue's Julie Hall 3 and 2 in the final 18 to become the new collegiate champ.

NORTH CAROLINA'S MARION HAYS AWAITS FORTUNE'S TURN ON THE FOURTH GREEN

WINNER JUDY ELLER OF MIAMI GRINS IN HER BRIGHT REFLECTED GLORY

PAT LANGE AND GAIL PAINE SHARE MOMENT OF MIRTH BETWEEN SHOTS

A BAD LIE MAKES A PRETTY PICTURE WITH AMATEUR CHAMP JOANNE GUNDERSON

FOUR PHOTOSLEONARD KANSLER