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Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette December 25, 1968. Bill Tryon , Athlete awards were won in 1948 when he was "Mr." Everthing baseball, golf, basketball and football, at Elmira Academy and in 1962-1965 when he was the first Elmiran to win the New York State Amateu golf championship.Newspaper Clipping070306
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 21, 1969. Avid Golfer. Ray Floyd, arrived From Dayton, Ohio when he won the coveted PGA golf title. In Elmira, the All-Sports golf exhibition. In 1976 an exhibition before 1,500 at the Mark Twain Golf Course.Newspaper Clipping070307
Newspaper clipping, By Wayne Boucher January 4, 1970. The 1969 golfing season was highlighted by the New York State Amateur Golf Championship held at the Elmira Country Club. The Strathmont Cup , symbolic of the Ecc championship, was won by Joe Bugliari.Newspaper Clipping070308
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette January 2, 1970. Elmira College Twin Tier Champtionship of the Soaring Eagles Golf Course Ed Hughes won by a two-stroke margin over Tom Cleary. The area boasted three standout "golf tourists" in former Soaring Eagles Jim Jewell and young aces Joey Sindelar and Mike Hulbert. Newspaper Clipping070309
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette December 28, 1980. Joey Sindelar of Horseheads a two-time college golf All-American at Ohio State won the 1980 New York State Amateur is named the Star Gazette's College Athlete of the year 1980 for the Twin Tier.Newspaper Clipping070310
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 2, 1981. Jack Flynn Dedicated to the Twin Tier Golf Championship. The event Co-Sponsored by The Star Gazette and Elmira College. The Tourney to be housed at Soaring Eagles.Newspaper Clipping070311
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette October 11, 1981. A battle of Elmira's great golfers. October 12, 1941 a special match at the Mark Twain Municipal Golf Club. The two amateurs Howard Tryon and Jimmy Hunter. Howard got his bird, won the hole and tied the match.Newspaper Clipping070312
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 1, 1982. Joey Sindelar for Horseheads and Mike Hulbert for Notre Dame. Four days in August, 1978 they went head to head in extra holes in the most pulsating Twin Tier Golf Championship in the popular tourney's nine year history.Newspaper Clipping070313
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1982, Kathy Whitworth introduced the orange golf ball to the LPGA tour with the start of the 1982 season.Newspaper Clipping070314
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1982. August 27, 1968, the Elmira All-sports golf show at the Mark Twain, featuring Elmirans Ted DeFillippo and Gary Girmindl and those popular touring pros Goug Sanders and Gary Player.Newspaper Clipping070315
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette August 7, 1983. Ward Hamm took 1st title in '53, against Tony Losito at the Elmira Country Club.Newspaper Clipping070316
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1983. Sally Shulman Wurtzman and Jery Ward Messing are the 1983 women inductees into the Elmira Sports Hall of Fame.Newspaper Clipping070317
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette January 2, 1983. Sandra Spuzich's win breaks golf's barrier. Corning Country Club May 1, age forty five became the oldest golfer to win a title on the Ladies Professional Golf. Newspaper Clipping070318
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette July 17, 1983. Frank Socash retired pro at the Elmira Country Club talking about New York State Golf Amateur title won by Jack Veghte at the Elmira Country Club in 1957. Frank Socash credits George Zurenda responsible for bringing that tourney to Elmira, he's Mr. Amateur Golf in the area.Newspaper Clipping070319
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1984. Joe Sindelar and Jay Roe are the 1984 inductees into thr Elmira Sports Golf Hall of Fame. Newspaper Clipping070320
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1984. Lou Barnard 69 year old Ithaca native, who designed and manages the now Chemung Valley Golf Club. Newspaper Clipping070321
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1984. Elmira's Oldtimers Baseball Day (Sponsored by Chemung Canal Trust). Earl Weaver, Tommy Holmes, Sal Maglie, George Fallon and Packey Rogers led parade of 52 Elmira Pioneer heros of the last fifty years onto Dunn Field last June 28th.Newspaper Clipping070322
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette. JoAnne (Big Momma Carner) walked theNewspaper Clipping070323
Newspaper clipping, JoAnne (Big Momma) Carner walked the 18th fairway waving to the crowd, she was closing the curtain on the biggest Twin Tiers show of 1884 the 6th LPGA Corning Classic.Newspaper Clipping070323
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette 1960. The Bally Ache Derby, The Bally Ache is the horse Toledoan Len Frutchman bought for a $2,500 song at the yearling sales in 1958.Newspaper Clipping070401
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette. Les Reimsnuder and his Elmira Heights (the school was never referred to as Edison in the Press until the 1950's) Friday, February 13, 1942, especially lucky for the Heights as they won 36-26 over the Owego Indians two year winning streak.Newspaper Clipping0705 01
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette. Elmira industrial companies sponsored powerful teams. When metro-Elmira industry housed 14-16 standout softball teams and 24-26 very good basketball teams. They are all gone, Elmira industry dwindle down a very few that we have today.Newspaper Clipping070502
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette. The Neighborhood House is trying to recapture lost glory. Not that the Neighborhood House isn't going full circle now. It is. Del Rouse is pilot of the ship that caters basically to the youth.Newspaper Clipping070503
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette. All Sports banquet may have hit the jackpot again this year with legendary football coach Bud Wilkinson.Newspaper Clipping070504
Newspaper clipping, By Al Mallette. Sport buff like to talk comparisons best team, best golfer, no one came out the winner until now nostalgic book Computer Match ups. Computer picks Ali, Nicklaus.Newspaper Clipping070505
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