Thirty-one golfers turned out on Thursday, July 12. My apology to Bob Tefft for not recognizing his initial appearance last week. Al Sam played this week for the first time and was closest to the pin on no.7. No one found the green on no.4.
Three under par was the most popular score as five teams finished as that mark.
First place: Sam Arcadipane; Mel Allen; and John Rawlinson
Second place: Butch Joint; Jim Higginbotham; Harry Barton; and Ray Cenni
Third place: Dennis Shively; Bob Tefft; Lou Barresi; Rick Lawson
Fourth place: Les Yokom; Bob Rogers; John Jones; and Al Sam
Fifth place: Todd Swanson; Bill Christ; Trenny Jordan; and Vin Paternosh
The last three teams each shot one under par.
Sixth place: Bill Cole; Bob Lokietek; Jim Quinn; and Jesse Marino
Seventh place: Dick Furman; Marty Gollnitz; Dave Holser; and Al Newman
Eighth place: Steve Woleben; Keith Rothwell; Mike Head; and John Layton
From a list of temporary rules at the Richmond Golf Club, 1940 Great Britain, "In competitions, during gunfire or while bombs are falling players may take cover without penalty for ceasing play."