Three extra-hole matches featured the second round of the District of Columbia Golf Association's amateur championships at Indian Springs yesterday as most of the better known names emerged from the pack.

Gaining the quarter finals were defending champion Perky Cullinane of Columbia; Butch Mielke of Crofton; Dave King of Bethesda; Tom Walsh of Montgomery VilggaleBarry McCarty of Belle Haven; Stu Strang of Montgomery Village; Barry McCarty Crofton, and Gary Mankulish of Prince Georges.

Ben Brundred of Congressional, runner-up to Mankulish in the Maryland Amateur, fell to 19-year-old McCarty, one of Belle Haven's golfing twins with his brother, Pat.

Gil Fitzhugh, former champion from Washington Golf and Country Club, was eliminated by Walsh in the morning. Gary Marlowe of Woodmont lost to Tom Loveless of Argyle in the morning round, but Loveless was no match for king, two-time Maryland Amateur champion who dominated in the afternoon, 5 and 4.

In today's morning matches, Cullinane will play Mielke, a Montgomery Blair High School teacher, King takes on Walsh.McCarty meets Strang and McFerren play Mankulish. The winners will meet in the afternoon and the survivors will play a 36-hole final Sunday.

Cullinane, senior member of a group of 32, beat two youngsters, Kevin Battersby of Kenwood and Jim Fitzgerald of Potomac Valley. Baltersby had 14 pars, two birdies and one bogey.

In the afternoon, Cullinane was 2 up at the turn over Fitzgerald. The 10th was halved and Cullinane went 3 up at the 11th. Fitzgerald came back to win the next three holes. Cullinane won the 16th chipping to within four feet for par. Fitzgerald bogeyed. They halved in.

Mankulish had a rough day. He was 2 down after nine against Ed White. White but came back to win the match. In an afternoon confrontation with Gerry Nye. Mankulish was 1 up after nine. He won the 12th to go 2 up, but Nye won the 16th and 17th to even it.

On the extra hole, Nye three-putted for a bogey to Mankulish's par. McCarty, 19, a sophmore at Virginia Tech, was 4 up on Brundred and never was in trouble.