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Monday, April 20, 1964
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APRIL5 SHOWERS PUT DAMPER ON BO'S COMING-OUT PARTY k s,s caPtre MON., APRIL 20, 1 964-Peirt III PEEK A BOO Big Mike Souchok fires an iron shot from behind small tree during play in the Houston Mickey Wins Rawls Tourney Golf Classic. Souchok won tournament with a six-under par 278 to beat Jack Nicklaus by o stroke. M Wlreptioto SOUCHAK WINS AT HOUSTON BY BRAVEN DYER Times stiff Writer CLEVELAND The nasty old weatherman did it to the Angels agajn Sunday. Thirty-five minutes after the Sabbath twin bill with the Indians had been slated to start, the whole show was called off because of rain and cold. Light morning drizzles increased and it was a biting u aeg. when the umpires canceled the double-header. Manager Bill Rigney was keenly disappointed by the wasnout. "Bo (Belinsky) was itching to go, and after what he did to Cleveland last month, I think he'd havei goes well against Clevc land." Rigney said he still would stick with Dean Chance for Tuesday night's home ope ner against Detroit at Dodger Stadium. Dean got credit for LA's 8-3 win at Detroit last week. Belinsky, too, was disap pointed at Sunday's rain-out. Link Lyman to Be Feted Koy (LinK; Lyman, re-; cently elected to the Na tional Football League Hall of Fame as a long-time great uttveii uiem too ay. sain me Bears, will be a truest of Seraph skipper. Bo pitched six innings of scoreless ball the last time, he faced the Indians Rigney had switched from Harry Latman to Don Lee as his opening choice for the second Sunday game. Of course I haven't given up on Latman," said Rigney when asked to explain his switch. "Barry was tense and tight at Washington and i just figured that he miuht De tnat way again coming oacK to the town where he had pitched for two years. Don Lee looked good the other day and he usually; Continued from First Pag fort to win the Classic, but a first round 76 was a little too . SPARTANBURG, S.C. UP);"111011 for hlm t0 overcome, Mickey Wright of DallasdesPite successive foe's af- shot the only sub-par' terward. round Sunday and won the Meanwhile, Souchak was lii, CtSy wl?;;Playing less spectacular, but Peach Blossom women's golf!steadier golf ,ith roun f After firins a 1-over 38 on the front nine. Souchak. a former football player at Duke University, steadied down on the back ninf ami as it turned out later, iced the tournament on the 1 4th with a birdie four. Souchak teed off nn the hole with a tremendous; drive that short-cut a corner; sherry wiiiSn me ::::" 5. . "uie.: pBv Kim Beii. j) do ; 73m-jro;He was on the green after a ; wiifi smith, m :. itZZiES drive and -iron. ietiw carneiiiH, sao 74.77.s1m; Rodriguez fired a final. with a 54-hole total of 315. Mis3 Wright birdied three holes for a 71 Sunday. Leaders: i Mickey WrlsM. $1,200 7M-71 115 Shirley Englehorrw 8850 .... 70-76-73219 Gloria Armstrong, 3850 ... 71-774-1 219 Betsy Rawls. 1560 76-72.73221 Sandra McCllnton, 1560 .... 72-75-7422! Sandra Haynie. oujo 73-74-77 hjI Vary Mills. $362.50 ......71.777-224! nlarlene Hasge. $362.50 .... 70-77-77224 RUtft Jessen, S632J0 70.78-74224 5S!?L. Whftworttl. $235 .... 77-74-74-225 CIHfanf Ann Creed, $215 .... 78-71 -7fr225' Mary Lena Faulk, $200 77-76-73-2241 Marilyn!) Smith, $170 77-76-77227 a jasit vrvj-w round 68 for a 280 and third place money. Leaders: Mike Souchak. $7,500 7l-f-a-70-778! Jack Nickiavv (uos 76-66-66-71 tn juan Rodnoiarz, sxjou re-w-zg tm zaa Rex Baxter jr.. 82.690 .....767 an Butth Balrd, $2,600 70-70-70.71 211 a.1 Gelharoer. $2,400 74.70-45.73 2al Johnny Pott. $1,950 74-73-69-66 385: Busier Cuplt. $1,950 7I-48-73-70-5B BODDV NICIWIS. S1.43G 7D-IB-D 2E1 Tommy Aaron. $1,450 71 -71-7! -70 273 Lionel Heoerf, Sl.450 69-2-0-2 Uli Don Fairfield, $1,450 74-7246-71283 Jimmy Demartef . S1.70O . . 70-72-70-71 2S4 Oon January. J1.0X.67 ... 73-66-75-71 HSl Kei iweaie. ji.eia.7 7o-7i-7i jas. Rod Funuth. S1.01LM 713-67.74211 xHomero Blancas 70-74-744 2S6 uave Keean, wi 70-2-4-0 na Ramon sola, $75 6-71 -73-74-206! Miller Barber. $773 7J-75.71.4a -?7 Jerry steeismtm. $77$ ....70-72-773 787 BOO Charles, $775 71-71-72-73287 Olympic Hopeful Ties Japan Hop, Step Mark KtTAKYUSHU, Japan AP) A 24-year old Japa nese Olympic candidate. Takayuki Okazaki, leaped 53 n., 10 m. m the hop, step and jump to tie the eight-year old national record at a track and field meet Sundav. Bruca Devlin, $617.50 73-75-69-71 2B Gorton Jones, $437 JO 74-73-71-7128 Paul Bondason. $437.50 ... 70-74-73-71 21 Bob Rosburo, 1637.50 67-73-75-73 218 Tommy Bolt. $437.50 73-7449-73 2It! amy anamnaine, 0J'-3O . . . 7l-ov-7a 288 Bob McCelllller, $637 30 ... 72-72-70-74-2JJ8 i only jwaxwni. 61-71-2-7 288 Henry Ransom. $475 70-74-75-68289 Al Keltey, $475 72-74-73-7029; Frank, stranatun. $47$ ... 76-7449-70391 E. J. Harrison. S47S .72-74-71-72 289 uV Brewer jr 8475 77-71-73-7329 Fred Marti. 1337 77.T.Tt3v Jackson Bradley. $337 . . . 75-74.70.71-290! r-nt Koooers, aii' Chuck Rotar. $337 Doub Ford. $337 Dick Turner. $71.67 Bruce Cramnton, $71.67 Bart Weaver, 871.66 ... x Amateur . .73-73-70-74 n ..74-7447-7520 .69-7549-77-290 . .-72-73-0 291 , -J-I-J-0 391 .70-7348-80-2911 II KAKI I honor April 27 at a meeting ot the .National Football Foundation, Los Angeles cnapter. The banquet will be held at Pucci's restaurant. 16065 Ventura Blvd., with Tom Harmon the toastmaster. Lyman, a star at Nebraska and later an assistant coach there, is an insurance exe cutive in Los Angeles. Many gridiron greats, in cluding Glenn Davis, Mel Hem. Kenny Washington. iticnter, Morley Drury, Ciiroy iiirscn, Hirny JPinckert and Bob Water-field also will be present. SPRING LEASE SALE Immediaia Delivery THUNDERBIRDS $91.3 RIV1ERAS WAlft $111.60 CADILLACS WAIR $126.17 ulty Equipped Open End RE. 1-8534 28th Cranshaw, L.A. "I sure wasted a lot of .ime getting ready for my opener," joshed the playboy southpaw. "Went to bed early every night and even dreamed about baseball. Now I won't get to pitch until next V e d n e s d a v. Imagine, the season being 10j days old oetore Ko gets to give the fans a show." Regatta at Alamitos C'al State at Long Beach !J!)ers recorded eiaht first places in two divisions Sunday to capture top honors in an intercollegiate sailing regatta at Alamitos Bay Yacht Club. A total of seven schools, including UCLA and Stanford, participated in the event. 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