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C-2-i-tNDEPENOENT · **·*·· OJHV RECORD ACHIEVED Hull Now Seeking 1st Title for Hawks CHICAGO OB -- Bobby Hull has (nattered hockey's magic 60-goal barrier and now that bis 51st goal of the season is in the record books, the great left wing hopes the Chicago Black Hawks can get back to the business of trying to capture their first National Hockey League championship ever. Hull's 50-foot slap shot Saturday night rallied the Black Hawks out of one of their worst slumps In years and kept alive Chicago's * * . * Hull's 52nd Goal ts Hawks Sparks CHICAGO (UPI) -- Bobby Hull got his record 62nd goal Sunday ; and Bill Hay scored twice, ..putting In the game : winner, In a 5-1 Chicago Black Hawk victoiy over the Toronto Maple Leafs in the National Hockey League. The win, combined with Montreal's defeat to move the Hawks within one point oi the league-leading Can ad lens and widened. Chicago's mar- i gin over the third-place Maple , Leafs to six points. The defeat broke a five* game Toronto whining streak -, and.was the first loss for the Leafs in the last 10 games. NHL Standings hopes for the NHL title. "That's what I want next," said Hull after he had helped the Hawks score a 4-2 victory over the New York Rangers, "a league championship for Chicago." Never in history have the Hawks finished first in regular NHL play, and it was beginning to seem that Hull's slump in quest of his record goal was going to cost them a chance for the title. At 5:34 of the third period Hull took a pass from Lou Angotti, shoved the puck over the blue line- and blasted home No. 51. The crowd of more than 17,000 went wild. "A big thrill .... a real bang . . . and I'm glad it's over. . "I didn't feel any pressure on me in .the four games since I tied the record with the 50th," Hull said. "I'm gkd to get it over with," he said, "glad for the team's sake that the goal helped." HAPPY FELLA, BY GUM His missing front teeth marking the toll of previous battles, Bobby Hull grins widely after he set National Hockey League season scoring total of 51 goals Saturday night Hull came back and scored No. 52 Sunday night. Henuing Annexes Malayan Tourney KUALA LUMPUR JP) -South Africa's Harold Henning came from two strokes behind Sunday and won the 196G Malayan Open championship with a four-under-par 68. He finished with a four- round total of 278, three strokes ahead of Australia's Peter Thomson, who shot a 73. State Cage Tourney Lived Up to Billing By GARY RAUSCH Billed as the greatest State year, though many believed JC basketball tournament in that he should have been MVP the annual playoffs' 15-year at that time--let alone an all- history, the B a k e r s f i e l d tourney pick. College-hosted a f f a i r left POLY- (Continued From Page C-l) ing gave them any points off the blitz. . Poly's offensive rebounding was eliminated early in the first half when Moore and Ken Booker got into foul trouble, but yet Sierra rarely gave the Rabbits two consec utive cracks at the basket. JOEL PERISHO, a center who has a good deal of difficulty getting both feet off the floor at the same time, used brilliant positioning to collect 17 rebounds, most standing flat-footed. Perhaps, if there had been few more seconds, Poly would have had a final shot at the basket after Ron Kiskls sank the biggest free throw in Sierra history. Kiskis was fouled in the fracus for the free ball with one' second left. Sierra called time out to give him a minute to come completely unglued. Standing at the line, he licked his lips and then put up a perfect toss. It was fully two seconds after the bali had slipped through the net that Kiskis and his Spartan teammates reacted to his success. Then the hysteria broke loose. No one noticed Poly working to get off its last shot. One basket, a turnover, can RodgersBomb Brings Doral M I A M I , Fla. Rodgers of LaJolla, Calif., ran in a 40-foot putt for a birdie on the 71st hole Sunday and gained a one-stroke victory over dark horses Kermit Zarley and Jay Dolan in the Open Golf PHIL RODGERS Tames "Blue Monster" decide a one-point Poly missed some nothing to be desired in the way of top-flight teams, individuals and excitement. In scoring an unprecedented third consecutive championship, Riverside City Col ege smashed a 13-year-old ourney scoring record with 294 points. Long Beach City Bobby Jo Hill, Texas Western's 5-9 guard, and Pat RUcy, Kentucky's all- purpose forward, .took home most v a l u a b l e player awards from the weekend's NCAA Regional playoffs. iHili, who can ituff the ball though shorter than many high school guards, received all but one of the maximum 80 votes to edge Kansan Walt Wetley by one vote in balloting for the Midwest MVP. Hill's Texas Western'··· 'teammate Dave Lattln was next high with 76. -The Miners whipped Kansas, 81-80, in double overtime after nipping Cincinnati, 78-76, in single overtime Friday. Rlley, an overwhelming choice, scored 29 points in each of the Wildcats two games at the Mideast Regional in Iowa City. Also chosen on the all-tourney five W£re Wildcat Louie Dampier, Michigan's all- America Caule Russell, Henry FInkel of Dayton-the tourney's leading scorer --and Western Kentucky's Wayne Chapman. » * t * BJOERN W I R K O L A , called the "Birdman of Norway," made the longest ski jump in history Sunday by soaring 468 feet, 6 inches on the Vikersund Giant Hill. The jump, witnessed by 20,000 fans, beat the old world mark by one meter. t « « * PAULA KANERVA, a 13- year-old eighth grader from Whltefish, Mont., won the combined title oj the North American Alpine Ski Championships Sunday in Franconia, N.H. Judy Kashlwa, 15, of Old Forge, N.Y., won Sunday's giant slalom by a throe- second margin over Paula but Miss Kanerva's two victories gave her a combined title. CINCINNATI pitcher Jim Maloney has been given an ultimatum by the Reds management to sign or sit out the season. Maloney, a 20-game winner last season, again refused to sign a contract Sunday and stated he would remain in California until his demands are met. The pitcher wants $50,000 after receiving an estimated $32,000 last year. MINN*IE* J O H N S O N , mother of Hall of Fame pitcher Walter Johnson, celebrates her 99th birthday today. Mrs. Johnson lives quietly on a farm in Comus, Md., Her son W a l t e r , who pitched for the Washington Senators from 1907 to 1927, died Dec. 10, 1946. lell four points shy of the old mark (275) with a 271 total. Jerry Tarkariian's showed precision in every phase of the game. Offensive- The Arabs of Imperial Val-! ley were the playoffs' most exciting team. Their come- from-behind victory over San Joaquin Delta, preserving a 27-game win streak, in the last nine seconds wil! rank as one of the all-time comebacks. IVC was down by 23 points on one occasion. Friday night, the · Arabs forced CCSF into overtime with another spirited come- Tigers back but lost, 78-75. Hancock, a not so disciplined unit-- shots, turned the ball over and didn't fare well at the foul line. The J a c k r a b b i t s , who missed 10 consecutive shots from the field in the thirt quarter, sank only, four of iO free throws. They also committed 13. ball-c o n t r o 1 errors. n r T PAJV n TT IS 12 DODGERS- (Continued From Page C-l) le's as good n two-strike hit- ler as there is." The Dodgers cannot argue Jiat point. Carty's two-strike, low-out single in the ninth inning gave the Braves their 3-2 opening victory Saturday. "Pitching? you really know how to hurt a guy," sale Bragan. "But I think we'll be all right. It looks like (Denny) Lemaster is over his arm trouble. He was wild Saturday (he walked D), but he threw hard. I was encouraged." Bragan is sure that the move to Atlanta "will help 1 game, the manager's disposition, al- short though it may feel kind of strange not to be booed the $100,000 Doral Tournament. He tamed the "blue .monster" with a two-under-par 70 for a 72,-hple,. 10-urider-par score of 216. The triumph was worth $20,000. . Zarley, a bundle .of loose jointed arms, legs and -- Phil nerves, rifled an iron shot'to within eight feet of on the final hole, but let .the putt slip one-half inch Wide of the cup in an attempt for the birdie that would- have tied him for the lead. He finished with 279. ; . Dolan also finished "one stroke back with a 72 for 279. Arnold Palmer was tied at with Johnny Pott, : who Frank first time I walk out to the mound." , DOT Sutton ind Ktwl* R**d r who wen sched- D1S AND DATA-- CllUd* Oilttn, n ind la ta ._ fact the Bravts Sunday, will against Detroit at Lakeland to. . Tiger pitchers v.111 be ""' ~ Frtvmfld 04 04 « Pivn* J"',rE ·inoiitl'wVe able to work briefly on the " " ' ' " u -ain hit Sund«v. . . r ed .back In camp Russia Snares Hockey Crown L J U B L J A N A , Yugoslavia (UPI) -- Russia scored three times inside the first five minutes Sunday and went on to crush Czechoslovakia 7-1 and win the World Hockey championship for the fourth successive year. Wing Viacheslav Starshi- nov, who got two of the goals in that opening rally, scored another later in the period to complete his hat-trick. Canada, which beat Sweden 4-2 earlier in the day, won the bronze medal. The Russians finished with-13 points from the s even-game p r o g r a m Czechoslovakia had 12, Canada 10 and Sweden seven. , FINAL STANDINGS . Russia 7 6 Chechoslovakia -- 7 ' - lada 7 pitcl him, Verh "HolrDriveT , . Johnny Pi Ray Floyd, who fashioned; a brilliant 67, and Jack McGow- George flayer *4?5) _____72.-7S-70-73--290 Al dSberc-er (Sam 7SJ1-71.74-291 DOUB SarKlert IMrtl . 74.7i70-71-S j -- Unlitd States 7 Finland 7 Pola-id 7 sidelines before 1h» rail John Ro*rtw* arrlvi ' 4-9 2-4 lOJohnson J ll 2-2 la Booker 11 1-3 tGalnei 7-1J3-S 17L«mori 0-0 1-3 1 Veal Su'riday'riiolit"alter" a wttk's vacation lo'r soiTie bncuct and TV appearances In L.A. 6-9 7-T4 0-0 0 - 4 0 - 0 ? ? M 2-3 1-1 . ..... - Reynold) 0-10-0 .Tetall M-S2M761 'Total Mis: sierra Found out: Perls! . 21-694-1060 U U 14 11-41 20 11 11 II--« 10, Wlv Vs.' ly, they seldom, if ever, both on and off the court-was easy pickings for IVC in failed to score on a trip down the battle for third place, court during the 91-61 rout of muscular City College of San Francisco for the title. 78-57. Long Beach got the tourney's heartbreak award. The The contest was virtually Vikings were give DON CARTER'S t BOWLING! decided in the first half when RCC s h o t an incredible 72.4% from the floor (21 of 29) to take a commanding 47-32 lead. Today many are calling Riverside the finest JC team ever assembled. Larry Bunce, the 7-foot center who scored 30 points in the finale, Steve Barber and Lucky Smith, the multi-talented g u a r d s , accounted for half of the six- man all-tourney team. Barber was a two-time pick. The other t h r e e places went to Long Beach's Carey Bailey, who led all scorers with a three-day total of 83 points, CCSF's jumping-jack deadeye Charlie Parks and Imperial Valley's Shaler Halnon. Halimon was named Most Valuable by. a unanimous vote of the non-participating coaches that made up the selection committee and drew a thunderous ovation f r o m the standing-room-only crowd of 2,800. The Romulus, Mich., native, a first-team all-State selection in 1965, was conspicuously absent from this sextet last Riverside a tussle in the finale hut somebody forgot to tell CCSF. Then Chuck Kane's men showed a supreme effort in rebounding from the . painful defeat to capture some glory with the consolation title, 90-83 over Pierce. Bailey, of course was the leader, but he had excellent support all three days from sophomore g u a r d s Bennie Richard and Bill Connolly plus freshman forward Harry Williams. Richard and Connolly closed out their careers with spectacular scoring and assists while Williams, as always, was the strong, silent backbone of the offense and defense. The fine play of Joe Ware in the finals was also heartening. Trojans Win Swim Meet The powerful Santa. Clara Swim Club won the women's division with 287 points while USC's varsity took the men's with 192 to conclude three days ,of competition Sunday in the Southern California Invitation swimming championships at City of Commerce. High-point honors in the women's division went to Claudia Kolb of the Santa Clara team who had 42 J /z points, while her teammate Pokey Watson was second with 32. . . Torrey West of the UCLA freshman squad took the men's division high point honors with 37 points. Two new Southern California records were set in competition Sunday. The USC Kathy Whitworth 1st In Lagunitas Golf CARACAS (UPI)--Defend. Nowell, Brand Starin Doubleheader "'·'-· ·; Don Nowell and Jud Branid chalked up main event 'yfiris; Sunday during the stqck'car and super-modified double-' i-i»ps--Tom COIIUll. l-- Nowsll, ing champion Kathy Whit- worth of San Antonio, carded header at Ascot Park. four-under-par 71 Sunday ST?CK - " to win her second conseai' live Lagunitas women's goli championship with a 144 36 holes. Susie Maxwell shot a disappointing 76 for a second place 146. Miss Maxwell held the first day lead with a five- under-par 70. Carol Mann, was another stroke hack at 147 after firing a 74 Sunday, while Donna Caponi of Los Angeles posted her second successive 75 for a 150 total and fourth place. Prosser, ; "Jerry 1 ips, 300-meter men's relay team anchored by Olympic Gold Medal winner Roy Saari, BE A SMOOTH-STARTER Those who initiate their approach in g o o d ' r h y t h m usually finish the same way. As you start (in the four-step delivery), your right foot and jail should move forward in u n i s o n . For best results, neither should he allowed to get ahead of the other. * # * # THE D E L I V E R Y FROM START TO FINISH--it's all outlined /or you in the illustrated booklet, "Planning, Timing end Correcting Your Delivery," written by Don Carter and Marion Ladewig WHL Standings JUPER-MODIFIEDS · · ' · · . pi-- Paul Turner. fldle^Mad- - - l p i -- Jtxf Brand, .Benny Phil- Glen Hov/ard. · · · · Lundquist Captures Cairo Tennis Title i CAIRO, U.A. R. (UPI).,-- luntayi Remus (AHL) 4, Vlclorli : -tattle Z .f» Schedule Portland 5, Sin Frinclsco 4. No Mmw -^--····-· T PN. OF OA 5 77 211 110 4 72 215 "" 4 u m 1 55 150 2 46 12 - 44 210 Providenc Vancouver Sweden's Jan Eric Lundquist' won the men's singles, title in the Egyptian Open tennis championship Sunday when he beat Australia's · Ken : Fletcher 6-3, 6-3, 6-2. -.ric :··:· The team of Clark Graebner and Carol Graebner of Beechwood, Ohio, won the mixed doubles title when it beat'ion Tiriac of Romania and'Helga- N'iessen of West Germany, 9-7, 4-6, 7-5. - j i v i , . - - - 10 Nielsen 0 Patton 77 Mucklry. 0-0 Walerslrt, 0-0 Hlckman " ' Asn £J £8 swam the distance in 7:18.6 to beat their own record mark set earlier this year of 7:22. And'Claudia Kolb swam the 200-meter women's breaststroke in 2:27.3. While Sandra Nitta of the City of Commerce Swim Club had a time of 2:30.6, both surpassing the old record mark of 2:30.8 set by Miss Nitta in 1965. expressly for readers of this column. To get a copy, send 20 cents and a stamped, self- addressed envelope to Don Carter and Marion Ladewig, c/o this newspaper Tobacco Too Good To Smoke Jort a pincfe rf Cop»ntisg«B Snull b«tw»» ch**k and ·JUB bring* yea the Krti»- iacUoa ei CBoIdna-wilhont ·meklog. Al a ptic» (hat feiati (molting tool · ANOTHEt FINE PKODUCT OF UNITED STATES TOBACCO COMMNY-- Tolals · 17-791631 » Totals LOW IMttl TMtf Totfl. .,, Foulfd c TeeJinlol I fouls: Lo.ip Beac Lonp out: Hellion. il fo-jl: Crum (coach). "i£ Pltrc« 20. ARNOLD Pa£fK0t tttetfod, by GOIFS 4-TIME MASTERS WINNER. 3 GOOD REASONS FOR SLOWING .DOWN BACKSWING .About lOytont ago, I slowed down my driv«r baekswing and found IwtBgettrnginorvdlifanc*. Maybe you can bonefit from my ·xptrienc*. A slower bockiwlng (s« tl lus- trations) can add diilonc* fortevr ·rel reatont. It will produce a jcfKtrer club-ball contact morft freoutnfly.. If wil! result in a. firmergrSp on the club afthe top. of the bockswing. If wilt ennblfe the player to move his wefghf more readily to the right o.n thu downswing.' Ml Jr. Tennis Summaries UTZ o. Kamm. JBrfVtt! BOYS II AND UNDER (INGLES Second Reond--Rombeau d. Fritz, 6-1, . 3; Iman a. Kruo, 7-5. 6-0; Mar lentnal d., 6-2, 6-3; J. Upton d. Probnldc, 6-1, 6-4; Grimes d. e, O'Neill, 6-2, 60; Lawrence d. Hick, H, 4-6, 9-7; Oulon rf. Rlppner, 6-0, 6-3; Tucker d. SlerUno, 7-5, W; E. Wile d. Blajof, 6-2, 4-1; Paulson d. PeeMes, 4-i, 6-3, 6-4; D. Lutz d. Ramm, 6-2, 6-1; Neudecker d. Lake, 64, ' · · ---' d. ,McGllvray, 6-3, 6-4; Davkho Krelss, 6-1, 6-1; Jamison a. Barnes, ' I; Avovr d. Meyer, 60, 6-1. GIRLS It AND UNDER SINGLES Flrsl Roimd-D, loner d. C. Haflner, 6-7, 7-5; Korllander d. Scharffenberoer. default; Conger d. sr-erier. 6-0. 6-0; P. Mkhel d. A. Lynch, delaull; Llbedoff d. Upton, 6-1, 6-1; S. Cranl d. Craves, de- laull; Belly Grubb d. (Clipper, 6-7, 6-3; Drlscoll d. Harris, 6-3, 6-3; P. Teeguarden d. Daniels, tfefsiHt; Kelelser, d, Leeper, default; .Apple d. Lorrecg, 6-2, 6-7; pren- .. , r 6-- zrecen'lusi d. Harler, 6-3, 6-2; Mohr d. Korllandcr, OlAuM; Cong*r d. Nelhery, 6-2. 1-6, 6-4; Michel d. Lebedoff, 6-1, 6-3; Grubb d. Grant, 6-3, 6-3; Tcewarcen d. Orlscoll, 6-1. 6-1; Aople a. Kelelsen, (1, 6-3; Hsgsn d. Prentls, 60, BOyS K AND UNDER SINGLES I Ttrird Round--Pau'son d. Crov, 6-1, 60; B. Brown d. Ha-nplon, default; Dobro d. Belt, 6-1, 6-2; Greiner d. Kruo, IA 4, 6-3; Guton d. B. Og'e, 6-2, 6-2; J, iAuslin d. Armstrong. 1-6*. 6-1, 64; Chapfn ' ft- Feldrnan, 60, 60; Wriitef-.ead d. Barnes ·.6-2, 6-1; 0:1 d, Krc-l!-, 101, 6-1, 6-4; K. ' Lovelace tf. Selbsl, 60, 6-4; J. Wright d. ; Cowin d. Rodun, 34, 64, S-5| D htrbeck d. G. tllci, 6-1, 6-1; Dtrlui d "lire*, 6-1, 4-J. CIRLS 14 «ND UNDER SINGLES Rwnd f 1«-- AM lew d. Spllline, 6-1 ·11 Newberrv f. Ursl O'ShaugnnKiv d. C. " leby ead, 64, 6-1; C. Thomas d. J. 6-1. 4-3; R. SmMh d. L. Olrrcnd, Qfirterfrnili -- Hr ·!': M;'war'f!eld d. CoVlT,",'i-3, : "s''mi17i d. Thomas, 6-1, 64. IOYS 11 AND UNDER SINGLES Round Bf 16--Warde d. Schlndler, t. 6-0; D. Sherlxck d. Ken, 60, 6-7; H. Ben inm d. T. Kroiss, 6-1, 6-1; Berner d. R. VrloM, · ' ' * ' ~ - ' ovelace ( . et, , - ; . r jG/eer, 64, 95, 64; R. Thomas d. dero, '6-0, 60; T. TeacKir Berk, . . , - , - , Shires d. Hardk, 6-3, 6-1; R. Bohrnsletf d. Long, 6-1. 10-1. · 'RoMod of 16--Paulson d. 60; Oobro d. Greiner, 6-7, Q; G illehei vtm, Gulod Austin, 62, 6-1; Ch»o!n d. VlMittittrl, 6-4. 6-3; Oil d. Lovelace, 6-}, 6-2; Thomas d VVrloM, 6-4, 6-2; Teaclver 1. Xrelss, t " 6-1; Bofvnsledl d. SMres, 6J, 6-7. GIRLS U AND UNDER SJHOLI1 Second Round--Rue d. R. Thomas, * 6-1. Rotmd «l 16-P. Teeouarden d. Way coll, 6-J, 63; Lebidolf d. W. Grant, 6-7 '.'; Orlicoll d. C. Thomas, 6-1, 64; O Hirter d. Craig, «-3, 6-3; H«lv d. Ride I2-6, 6-1. default; P. Auslln d. Benton, 64 6-1; O'Shauohnessy d. Harris. 6-0, 6-7 Mohr d. L. Kilfner, Hi, 6-2. Quarterfinals--Teesuarden d. Lebedoft 6-1. 6-0; Drlscoll d. Harler, 6-3, 63; d. Auillo, 3-6, 6-2, S-0; Mchr d. O'Snaugn nessv. 6-2. 6-3. BOYS H AND UNDER SINGLES Second Rouno : -- R. Thomas d. Golnarc ' ftytr. 6-1. 6-r . amer, , r. 64, 64; P. V/ll. d. 6-1, 60; Wardt d. ' WlcfOia , 4-6, , ^ , 4-6, 7-5; Me- B, Of.t d. Me- . , - Urslch, »-6, W, . . Michel. 64, 60, rosby d. C. Burk», 6-3, 6-1; Coati d. W. ranl, 4-6, 6-7, 6-7: Warfleld d. whlle- ke 6-7 " . . rlohl, 6-4, , 60; 0. 6-1; Edles d. E. Shirbeck, -. _ - . _, Bohrnestedo cf. Mare, 6-1, 60; Wlnans d. Benion, 12-10, 6-2; a. TeaUiir d. Msllotl, 6-1, 64. -'- - UNDER SINGLES _. ., ,, sherbeck d. A. /Aay, 6-4, 6-7; Deny d, Schuck, 60, 6-0; G. rnomas d. Zlegenfuss, 6-7, 6-1; Maze d. Feldman, 6-1, 64; Urskh d. J. Burke, 6-1, 60; Wise d. K. WrlcAl, 6-1, 6-3: Nlchand d. De:i r Arml, 6-1, 6O; C. Wrlotil d. Petllf, 6-1, 6-3. MS1+«I1ETAOIN SHRDLU CMFWYP CM Quarterfinals--SftrrbecV d. Dessy, 60, ·2; Thcmas d. Maze, 6-1, 60: Urslch d. V.ilf, 60, 6-1; Nachand d. V/rlgnt. 86, 6-(. BOYS II AND UNDfcR OOUILES First Roond--Peebles-Glitilfan d, O'Ke^ll, iablr,, 6-0, 61; Coman-Mever d. Gearharf- artner, J-.'ange Chao-ji.Log»n_ -cgar -Marl _ 5cr.''6b, 64;~Forl-Marlentriai d. Kramer-Keadley, 6*1, 64. Second Round ·Luli-Avoytr d. Tremalne-Nkk, 6-1, 60; "Ml d. Milr-Bofltau, 6-1, 64; g-Bel r-Gri ·11 o. mtu-Dor leaw, o-i, 0^1; ·Imes d. Jamison-Tucker, 6-2, ilu-DavVdion d. Sbarra-Harcf- I; Ucton-Hobson d. Drobnlck- 4-6, 7-5; Niudeck-Ltonard d. u3meii-KOp4nson,-6-0, 6-0. OIRLS II AND UNDER DOUILCS First R«jB*-Apple-Granl d, Muilo-Com- stoclc, 6-1, 6-2; I5rlscoll-Polsel d, Mlho- Huches, 4f. ±«. 4-H Ke-rllander-Ketelsen cl. Haflner-KUcpel, 6-3, 6-2. BOYS 16 AND MDER DOUBLES Paiicho Helps U.S. Gain Split The United States gained a surprising first-day split, 2-2, with Australia in the professional tennis version of the Davis Cup Sunday night at the L. A. Sports Arena. Close to 4,000 persons watched Pancho Gonzalesand Alex Olmedo win singles matches for the U.S. and Olmedo and Pancho Segura come within a whisker of de feating Australia's No. 1 dou bles team of Mai Anderson and Rod Laver. Gonzales, s h o w i n g his booming serve and an un canny ability to reach what looked like impossible shots, defeated Australian captain Ken Rosewall, 10-6. The three-day battle con- inues tonight and Wednes day with four matches scheduled each evening in the race to see which team can reach seven points in the 12-poim match. First "Rounil--Shfre'i-Wrlgtit d. Barngrover, 6-2, 6-3; Oofe Harrt ham-Cowan, 6-1. 6-4; Krelss-K Perrv-Morev L default; Teacher-V. Fisher. d. Ben ·elss d 60, 6-1; Dobro-_ nlnglum, 6-3, 7-S:" Love'lace-Arrn'strono'c Serbsl'Kllllnoswciui, d-0, 60; aohrnstedl Verdleck d Underwood-Bowen, e-0, 60. OlftLS T6 AND UNDER DOUBLES Flrsl Rw«4-Co»ls-R. Smith d. C ' Upton, U, 6-1) v/arrihl-Croibv d. 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