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6G CORPUS CHR1STI TIMES, Wed., Aug. 18, 1971 Jack Seeks Money Lead PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Jack Nicklaus will be gunning for the top spot on the year's money winning list and possibly an all time record nigh for a single season in the 5150,000 Philadelphia G o l f Classic. The 72-hole test gets under way T h u r s d a y on the 6.708-yard, par-72 Whitemarsh Valley Country Club course wi!h Nicklaus the only one of the top five money winners in the 147-man field. Nicklaus, winner of the PGA championship and three other tiles this season, has won §194,813 in only 14 starts this season and trails Lee Trevino by only ?2,406. If the records are any indication, Nicklaus is almost certain to pass Super Max Trevino, who is recovering from an emergency appendectomy in New Mexico. Nicklaus, idle last week and a late arrival here, has averaged $13,201 a start this sea- son and has been fourth or better nine times, a performance-level that is matched only by the idle Trevino. And, too, he could break his own single-season money winning record of $211,556 by finishing second ($17,100) or pulling down the $30,000 first- place prize. He's favored to do just that, what with Trevino, No. 3 money winner Arnold Palmer, No. 4 Gary Player and No. 5 Miller Barber all among the missing. Palmer is taking a week off, Player is home in South Africa and Barber is competing in Europe. Gene Littler, a two- time winner this season and No. 8 on the money list, also is taking time off. Nicklaus' chief competition is expected to come from defending champion Billy Casper, the 1970 Piayer of the Year who has had some difficulties this season. AGUIRRE RALLIES Warren Whacks Decision Willie Warren and Alfonso Aguirre showed plenty, of courage, but an impressive first five rounds by Warren won him an unanimous decision in the main event on the Coastal Bend Promotions, Inc. boxing card at Memorial Coliseum last night. Warren cut Aguirre severely and nearly knocked him out in the fifth but the San Antonio resident came back to hold Warren almost even in the last five rounds, displaying remarkable bravery. In the other ten rounder, popular local favorite Calvin Todd wore down Jesse Leija The Day By Th* Associated Press PITCHING - Claude Osteen, Dodgers,hurled a three- hitter for his I2th victory as Los Angeles defeated the New York Mets 4-0. HITTING -- Sieve Huntz, White Sox, smashed his first two home runs of the season, including a decisive three-run shot in the eighth inning of the opener, and d o u b l e d and scored the decisive run in the nightcap as Chicago beat Detroit 6-5 amd 4-1. of San Antonio in the first two rounds, then put Mm away in the third, knocking him down twice to win by knockout in 56 seconds of the third. The eight round opener saw Sam Torres of San Antonio win by a TKO over Corpus Christi's Robert Perez with knockdowns in both the third and fourth rounds. The fourth round knockdown nearly sent the local boxer out of the ring and the fight was called after 43 seconds. Amateur winners in preliminaries were Joe Lopez of the Boys Club over Ray Hodriquez of AAA Boxing Club by unanimous decision; Victor Jones of the Salvation Army over Frank Franco, AAA, by unanimous decision; Alex Garza, AAA, by TKO over Henry Moore, Salvation Army and Tony Franco, AAA, over Ernie Gallegos, Boys Club, on a split decision. Doyle injured SAN FRANCISCO UP) -- Philadelphia second baseman Denny Doyle was taken to St. Lukes Hospital for preliminary X-rays after apparently injuring his ankle while making a catch in the first inning of Tuesday night's game with the San Francisco Giants. Doyle raced into short center to catch Dave Kingman's sacrifice fjy and tripped, falling to the ground. He was replaced by Terry Harmon. 2 Moody Grads Get Awards Two Moody High School graduates have been named winners of $200 scholarships awarded-by the Pan American Golf Association. Mandy Cardenas, a two-year letterman in both football and baseball as'well as a golfer, and Martin Guerrero, a member of the National Honor Society, were the recipients of the second such awards made by the Pan Am group. The first such prize of $150, last year went to Raymond Silva. Cardenas, the son of Mr. Lover Gets Easy Victory FORT WORTH (ffi-- Australia's Rod Laver, trying for his first tournament victory since May, defeated Briton Graham Stillwell, 6-2, 6-2 Tuesday night to move into the se$nd round of the $50,000 Colonial National Professional Tennis Championships. Laver, who has hinted he might take a vacation from the tour after several recent early round losses, had no trouble with Stillwell, using his heavy topspin to pass the Englishman almost at will. In other first round matches, U.S. professional champion Ken Rosewali of Australia defeated Roy Barth of San Diego 6-4, 6-4; Roy Emerson of Australia crushed Roger Taylor of England 6-2, 6-1; Phil Dent of Australia defeated Torbin Urlich of Denmark 6-1, 7-5 and Andres Gimeno of Spain turned back Allan Stone of Australia 7-6, 6-7 and 6-3. Big car dividends? State Farm is now paying eligibleTexas policyholders a big 15% dividend on expiring six-month policies. MAN JIAFFOBD 6002 $. PADCE ISUND DSIVE IH CUlfWAY 991-1514 STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY Home Office: Bloomington. Illinois {]) FRCM HUNTINGTON ' BEACH, CALIFORNIA u DOUG r S HEADER'S" , CAMARO OF D!CK BOURGEOIS (2) FROM SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH "DODGE FEVER" CHALLENGER OF FERGUSON HOFHIENS (3) FROM MORRISON, ILLINOIS "THE FARMER" ARNIE BESWICK'S DODGE CHALLENGER (4) FROM KILLEEN, TEXAS "BOSS'S HOSS" MUSTANG OF JOHN EADS '(5) FROM'DAttAS; TEXAS - AA/fUEL DRAGSTER (6) FROM AUSTIN, TEXAS "ED KELLEY" AA/FUEL DRAGSTER CATES OPEN - 9 A.M. TIME TRIALS 9:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M. CLASSIFICATION 9 A.M.-1 P.M. ELIMINATIONS - 2 P.M. ADMISSION 3.00 CHILDREN 6 to 12 1.00 CORPUS CHRISTI DRAG RACEWAY CUDDIHY FIELD, CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS 265-9051 All Talks Mexico Bout MANDY CARDENAS . . . to receive Pah Am and Mrs. Armando Cardenas, 4842 Prescott, plans to attend the University of Texas in Austin and probably major in either law or business. Guerrero, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Guerrero, 4507 Castenon, plans to attend Del MART1N GUERRERO Golf group scholarships Mar and later University of Houston, with his major pre- medicine. The actual awarding of the scholarships will p r o b a b l y take place at the September meeting of the local Pan Am association. MEXICO CITY (AP) - Muhammad Ali left Mexico City for New York Tuesday after a one-day visit during which he said he discussed the possibili- % of a fight here against Jerry Quarry Oct. 5. Alt also said that a rematch here against Joe Frazier next year was a possibility. The f o r m e r heavyweight champion told newsmen at the airport that he would fly to Caracas, Venezuela later this week. Jftajor boxing matches rarely are. held in the capital itself because the price of tickets is controlled by law and is so low that promoters cannot ' make a profit on the fights. 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