Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 3, 1961 · Page 14
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Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, November 3, 1961
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Cross Country Meet , , Wildcats, Bulldogs Bid for State Title Greeley High School's North-, ern Conference championship cross country team will shoot tor the slate championship against a field of 66 schools Saturday in the llth .annual Colorado High School Cross Country Race. The race will be held nl the Boulder Gauntry Club course. There' will be three- divisions this year, AAA, AA and A. Defending Chwnpt College High will be defending its stbte: championship In t h e - A division. The Bulldogs broke the record for Ihe lowest points In Ihfc Prep Sched Football ules . , · FrM«y Nwrhern Greeley nl Fort i Morgan, 7:45 p.m. Aurora at Sterling. Boulder at Englewood. Loveland al Fort Collins. Trl-V«ll«y College High at Valley High, 7:30. p.m. .. Brush at Eaton. Fort Luplon at Lafayette. Peuctrg Valley Ault at Wiggins., Platle.Valley at Laporte. North Cinrr»l Erie vs. Bcrthbud at Loveland Nofl.Conftrtnct Weld Central at Windsor, Saturday Start l-M»n Grovcr at Weldona, 1:30 p.m listory of state competition when they finished with 11 points last year. The Wlldcati will be- led by speedster .Fr** Delgado, who is given a better than even chance to break the. elate record of 7:26. Delgado has been clocked et 7:20 earlier this season. Delgado is unbeaten in conference play this year. The Greeley learn had their closest contest against Aurora when the Wildcats edged out 8 one-point victory. PlMMl SfrCMd Last year, Delgado placed second in the Slate meet and his sidekick Raymond Delgado placed seventh. . If Ihe weather lives up to Us orecast It may hamper the running and the old record may with land another year. Greeley Is rated the team to beat in division MM, along with Pueblo Central, Englewood awl Deaths and Funerals OYPEHT N. '3. · Cypert of 1318 Seventh street. Husband ot Sirs. Corn V.-Cypert;. fatli- er bf Orls' N r . dyjiert at Nogales, Ariz., Mrs. La' Vonne Almbrid'of Auroral Mrs. Maxlrte · Martin of Greely, Mri. Edythfe Jbhn- son of Aurora, Mfa, fciil* Jllller o f - Los Angeles, Calif., 'Mrs. Lnftlia H6nln- «on .or San Bernidlnb, Calif., Mrs. LaVerm Michaels 6t Tacoma, WaBb.j Mrs. Ixi» Gill of Aurora, and Kenneth Cypert of Greeley; brother of MM. Cncy Ktncald ot Houston, Tex. A l s o survived by twelve .grandchildren and ona greatgrandchild. Services 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Adamson Memorial Chapel. M a s o n i c Interment a t Eaton In charge of Eaton · Lodge No. 103, A.F. * A.M. Aurora. The division tw» are topped by Grand Junction Cea- tfal, La Junta and CH The favorite* In division tare* Include College High,. Cotkpaxi aiid Brush, . College High has haij only three meets and they were all with Greeley's B team. Roger Candelaria .. Is thfe only rehTnee -from last year's state championship team. Candelaria placed aecMd in the slale meet last Jrear. The Greeley .team includes: Frank Delgado, Raymond Delgado Randy Touslee, Lewis Tellez and Albert Munoz Jr. The Bulldog team; Candelaria, Allan Chaloupka, Dennis McCarthy, Jim Hatch and Ken. Faust Pit* 14 GREELEY TRIBUNE Friday, Nov. S, 1 Ml Missouri Coach Says, 'Our Kids Will Give Everything' COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - MiJ- ! mi- Coach .-Dan Dtvtoe wys "W« hare to go t Colorado, Wt fit ttts cnttraci . ." The remark came bumertusly. Bat many DVTDM'I State Prep Tennis Tourney Gets Underway at Boulder BOULDE'R' (AP) --' fh?.' Ssfh annual Colorado High School Ten' nis Tournament opened today in sunny but chilly weather, at thd Jniyersily of Colorado courts. ,Thi5 finals will bo,'played Saturday. Aurora won,-the tille lasl year. First round pairings: . No. 1 singles, -- Jilike Inglis, Englewood. vs. Dave Chase, Colorado Springs Wesson; John Bod- dinglbn, Colorado Springs Palmer vs. Laity dellrnan,, Jefferson County; Bruce Belfield, Canon 3lly vs.. Chip Barry, Denver Washington; John Mathe'rly, Long- nxmt vs.,Dnv« Faris, South Den- Vet 1 ! John Hagan, Littleton; Ezra Zubirow, Boulder; Jifn Warner, Fort Collins,' and Sid Scott, Pueblo East, drew byes. ' ; No. 1 singles -- Frank Angler, Mpradd Springs Wasson vs. Jack fibbert, Denver Lincoln; John King, Cherry Creek vs. Marvin Reichert, Greeley; 'Bill Yost', Lit- letori vs. Chuck Martin, £ngle- wood; Leon florslim!, Canon City vs. Jim Hagler, Aurora. Cliff Mller, Longmonf; Larry Dewcll, Col- rado Springs Palmer; Jim Tuck* · * leichert To Play In State Tennis Finals Friday Weather ' permitting the stale- lennls finals will be held in Boul der Friday and Saturday. Greeley High School's lone en try Is Marvin Reichert Who quail tied f6r the finals in Ihe dislricl qualifying. Meet in Greeley lasl week. Reichert qualified by defeating George Haffkfe ot Fort Morgan S-l, 6-0 to gain a semi-final pos| tton before bowing to Cliff Miller er, Pueblo East, and Barry Rapp, South Tlenver, drew byes, Doubles--- Gary Johnson-Doug Wilson, .'South Denver ,V«. G^ary Ball-Bob Roth, Aurora; BUI Stuart -Duane Gall, Fort ColluJs vi. Ron Winters - Ron LuttreU,' Pueblo South; Dick Duckerjr-Barry Johnson,' Englewood.vs. Mike Alver- son-MIke Carrlthen, Colorado Springs Wesson; Jem Muntbe- John Trscey, Denver Llncola Vs. Robert Ross-Kirk Bailey, Pueblo East. Drawing byes' were Craig ^arfis'-deofge Sapp, Colorado Springs · Palmer; Duke Watibn- Don Wheeler, Denver Washington; Allen Loeb-BUl Satele, Bast Denser, and A. Ostrander-B. Hakonson, Longmont. HOLM John Holm ot 930 llth AT«. ' Husband of Mrs. Selma. Holm. Father of Henry Holm ot Denver. Brother ot Carl and Tlndal Holm and .Miss Hulda Halm, nil of Hslland, Sweden, Mrs. Bcrger Ottoson and Julius He-ndrickspn, both of Greeley, Mrs.' Berger Cntlson ot finton nd As el Holm of Scotlsbluff, Nebr.. Qr»nd- fattier of Mrs. R. P. Lewis of Lincoln, Nebr. Services 1:30 p.m. Monday trow Macya Drawing Room. Interment L i n n G r o v e . Friends who wish may make Memorial Donations to the Evangelical Free Church. LA PAN Mrs. Artillery La Pan of Pueblo, formerly of Gre«- ley. Mother of Mfi. Florence Cook of Pueblo, Alford La Pan of Lo9 Angeles, Arthur La Fab ot Meridian. Ids., and Mr». Stella Allen of Namp«, Ida. Sister of Edgar Marcellle of Bristol, Vt. and MM. Lottie Mohon of Brandon, Vt. Arrangements later. WILSON E. Glenn Wilson .of 183J 10th Are. Servlcei t p.m. Saturday f r o m · Macys Drawing Hoom. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. The tAp foiir netters in each classification of singles and dou bles at the district meet quali led for the stale meet. FLOWERS For All O«»»lon«l HORMH'I GramtatM S. 8th Avt. Ph. KL 2-M67 John and LUIa Kent -- Owner -- say it with f;ow*r* whtn thought! Art deep and hard to exprttt. Luzmoor's Flowert EL 2-2851 West 10ttl St. Western State, A-State Dominate RMC Statistics By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Athletei from Western State ind Adahis State- dominate football lalisllcs ln : the Roiky Mountain Conference thisiV.££U : Bill Farnswbrlh, WSO halfback, leans.In total offense-with W» yards rushing and passing, as well as in rushing. He has an average of 8 yards per. carry for players with 75 trips or more. The top passer is Bob Hidalgo, Adams .State quarterback, who has gained 573 yards with 38 completed aetials in 75 throws for a .506'percentage.' . . . John Blatriick, Adams Stale end, fullback, · are tied in pass itching, each gaining 151 yards. Blatnick has caught 13 tb 11 for theiMountaineer player. ig leader among kickers with 20 or more is Bob Riggan of Western. State, averaging 36.6 yirds ' for ' 31 Mike Ruil| IJ ^ RftYmn Tonm u ,x poxmg i earn Falls tO Britain ONDON (AP)-Brilai4's ama- cur boxing (earn sent the United toughest defense. Adams Stale has Adams State halfback, moved · ahead of Western State's Thompson in the scoring derby, 39 to 38. When Colorado College and Adams State, both undefeated in conference play, clash at Colorado Springs Saturday, 'the league's best scoring outfit will oppose the States reeling tb a humiliating 100 defeat Thursday night before a wildly excited crowd of 4,000 fins at London's W e m b l e y indoor Stadium. The.American squad, including five reigning AAU champions, was punched off rfridt from the slart. Only four of the. 10 three-round bouts went the. full distance. It Was a dismal start to the averaged 20.7 points, in 7 games 'while the CC Tigers have yielded only 9.3 points per game to 6 foei Team leaders in offense were unchanged this week. Adams Slate las averaged 308 yards per game in total offense and loads in pass ing with an average of 127.4 yards Western State has the best rush ing average, 206.4 yard American team's European tour. It Is scheduled to box against England at Leeds next Monday and against Ireland at Dublii Nov. ]0. The one-sided match reached a ferocious climax in weight fight, which the heavy- ended with Cornelius Perry of Philadelphia being stretched out unconscious for four minutes by a vicious lefl hook from Bill Walker. Perry apparently hit his head as he went down. Alan Rudkin had started Britain Chargers in No Mood To Relax SAtf DIEGO, Calif. (AP)-The undefeated San Diego Chargers currently the hottest outfit in pro- ^jj fessional football, let it be known Thursday they are in no mood to relax despite their string of eight carolinT American League victories. ' "We want to go undefeated," said Don Norton, the Chargers' ace pass receiver, expressing the GUNNING FOfe A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP --Th« Ore*l«y High School cfost country team, one of the moil talented ever assembled by Wildcat Coach Joe Springstott, will bid for its first state crota country championship since 1951 Saturday at Boulder. Winning berths on the slate team 'ar«: top re* 1 , left to right, Randy Tousle*, Coach Joe Springston, and Ray Delgado; bottom row, Lewis Tellez, Frank Delgado and Albert Munoz. Tribune photo by Bob Scales. football f »dj believt 'aul. Garyis and t a c k 1 c I Ed Elaine and Bucky,, Wegener, all enters, form the backbone of r!5- einse that has yielded only 1TO ards a galne. In total defense Missouri Stands 10th in the coun- tied tigers wifl try and in rushing defense is comt out second best In the Bit Eight conference gam* with undefeated Colorado Saturday. Colorado is ranked No. IV The Associated Prett. poll and Missouri No. 10. Both teams are candidates for an Orange Bowl bid and a committee representing the bowl will watch the.gome at Boulder, Colo. "I don't believe we have the earn strength Jo beat a great team like Colorado, but our kids will give everything they have,' 1 is the Devin* appraisal. The Missouri record of five nctories and a lie with California ndicales possibly all is not gloom for the Tigers. Missouri strength has* been one of the best interiar lines in Ihe nation. Guards Paul Henley and ; . ' DEFEND sfA«'CHAMPIONSHIP - The ·CoUege-High Bulldogs will-defend their State Class A cross Sounfry championship Saturday at Boulders country club.. Returning from the I960 champions is Roger Candelaria, who finished second In the individual competition. Members of the state bound Bulldogs are on the bottom 'row/left 16 tight: Allan Chaloupka, Roger Can- dtlarla,.Dennis McCarthy,. Jim Hatch and Ken "Fausz. Other Bulldogs afe lop:-Will Cosfello,-" Steve Frances, Coach George Brooks, Jifn Danley and Lu Franien. .Tribune photo by Bob Scales, Big Money Is Garden State's Top Attraction By hALPH BERNSTEIN CAMDEN, N.J, tAPl-Someone remarked the other day that for $181,419, he'd enter the Garden State stakes' himself if he thought be could make a mile and a sixteenth on ill fours. Which brings' to the fore the real attraction bf this annual fall gallop at Garden Stale Park for 8-year-olds--m-o-ii-e-y. Even the loiefs^Second, third and fourth flnishers-^go' home with enough to keep hay in the barn for many a'cold winter day. Which brings up the natural _ques tionj where does all the loot come from?' · . '·'· Well, let's take this year's ninth run for gold, In which prt race dope indicates either Verne Witt chell'i Donut King or Peter'-Sal men's''Crimson Satan Will'lead jome an expected field of twelve Garden State start* the ball- sops, money--rolling with a $125, 300 contribution. They then turn Nations Football Giants Will Play in Key Games Saturday on the way to victory with a des TM'»TMnt of the squad, fteve cision over Sherman Washingtonte 0 "? "rough 12 and we might as of Philadelphia. ' MONUMENTS and MARKERS SO Years of Leadership In Cr«nite and Bronze Monuments OPEN SUNDAYS by Appointment Ralph Hollisler GREELEY MONUMENT CO. 1015 7th Avt. ,1, go all the The Chargers won four preseason exhibition games. Next to face the Chargers ar« the New York Titans this Sunday. Tlie Titans have been holding skiing is In prospect this week- workouts st a San Diego country end at three central Colorado re- club, sort areas, the Colorado Ski In- Ski Outlook DENVER (AP) -- Fair to good formation Ccnler reported today. Tbe report by areas: Arapahoe Basin -- 10 Inch base, 3 inches of new snow, snowing at report time. Good skiing. Chair lift to midway will operate Saturday and Sunday. Bertboud Pass -- 8 inch base, 2 inches of new snow, snowing at report Um«. Fair skiing. T-bar operating daily, chair lift operating Sa'ta-day and Sunday. The Tilans' c o a c h , Sammy Baugh, said he would bring in defensive hack Don Flynn, late of the Dallas, Texans, to fill a fap left by capin-linc backer.Larry Granlham. He has been called up for military service and no word has been heard, on the result of his' physical examination. Chargers' linebacker Emil Karas, wilh a back injury, and fullback Charlie Flowers, wilh a bad ankle, are doubtful about getting Loveland Basin -- 12 inch base into Sunday's game, upper, I inch base lower, 6 inches. The league leaders will also be of new snow, snowing at report shooting at the AFL paj in!er- lime, Very good skiing. Lift No.lccplion record of 33 set by Buf- 1 operating daily starting Friday, Ifalo last year. They only have all lifts operating on weekends, three to go ip equal It, · By JACK CLARY AiweiiM Prtsi Sporti Wrltir Before the beginning of the college football season, Nov. 4 was pencilled off ai the day of. deci- ;lon-- and nothing has changed as the nation's top teams battle- each Jther Saturday In key conference jattles that may also have a lot o say about the post-season bowl spols. : Michigan State, the nation's No. 1 team and undefeated in five games, meets once-beaten hut nighty Minnesota in a Big Ten jattle, while Mississippi, Equally as mighty and ranked second na! tonally takes oh its old nemesis Louisiana State in the Southeastern Conference's biggest game of the year. That is Just a 'sample and to ?et thhigs under way, resurgent University of Miami (3-3) tackles the Georgia Bulldogs tonight. The Hurricanes at last have soph quarterback 'George Mira back in top physical shape. He missed two of Miami's losses but came back lasl week in so-so condition to help upset North Carolina 1(H. The Bulldogs, also 3-), are a bunch of opportunists. Their three victories have been by the margin of Durwood Pennlngton's field goal kicking, 17-14 over South Carolina, 10-7 from Mississippi State and 16-15 last week agains! Kentucky. Both Michigan Slale and Mississippi have statistical edges, but it is hard to find solid support for both. The Spartans have a powerful ground offense, ranked fifth nationally, and a defense that has allowed only one touchdown ant t field |oal, and has shut out its three Big Ten opponents. Ole Miss is second nationally in I n j u r y Forces * t CSU Gridder To Quit Football FdRT COLLINS, Colo. (AP A bead injury forced Don Pom eroy, second string fullback, to quit playing football this season for Colorado State University. Denver specialists advised him Thursday to five up the game for Ue present. .Pomeroy, junior from Sherrill M.Y., was hurt in a game will Montana at Missoula last Satur day. He was voted CSU's out standing back Is UM eootest.- otal offense and passing offense nd has a defense that is faled ourth as Copch John Vaught's hree unitt hava little to distin- juish between them, performance- wise. " . . Minnesota, also 1-0 in the Big 'en, is led by quarterback Sandy Stephens, the. conference's total ffense leader. Its' defense Is third est .nationally, but rated tenth against rushing, LSU (No. 6), was the last team o beat Mississippi-- 21 games ago --and last year spoiled a perfect Ole Miss season with a 6-6 tie. Both are 10 in the SEC, but LSU * not as strong offensively .and Is defense, while tough, Is still not rated as highly as that of the Rebels. In a companion Big Ten thriller · _ Adams/ CC in RMC Showdown By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The relative merits of a rock- ribbed defense and a long-gaining aerial attack will be tested in the showdown football game Saturday at Colorado Sprirlgs between Colorado College and Adams state, co-leaders of the Rocky, Mountain Conference. CC, 4-1-1 for 'the season, artd Adams State (5-2) enter the game unbeaten after two league games sach. The winner will be a heavy 'avorile to go on to the championship won last year by Adams. CC emphasizes a sturdy defense that last week limited Western State College to 135 yards rushing and M passing In posting a 34-7 victory. WSC Is the league's leading rushing team wilh Kt yards per game. A-State tops the RMC in total offense with an average of 308 yards per game. Its passing attack has been the best in the league by far with the Indian* averaging 127 yardc a game overhead. - Cold and wind at Greeley last week slowed A-State but the Indians came through with 91 yards rushing and 56 yard* passing to carve a 7-0 victory. Colorado Mines, which alto holds a share o( first place in the RMC wilh a 1-0 record, plays its final home game at Golden ·gainst W e s t e r n . Tlie league's fifth member, CSC, has a non- conference game al Greeley with Idaho State. Ihe conference, meets ninth- rahked Iowa. · . Third-ranked Texas, the nation's -Jo. 1 offensive' unit, takes oA Southern Methodist in a Southwest Conference game, looking seventh victory without osj, Alabama, ranked fourth anc itop the SEC with 4-0, meets coo- erence foe'Mississippi State. Aflc Georgia Tech No. 7) plays Florida In another SEC game. Tb« Big Eight conference-has Is big one this year when un- 236, 'and fourth gets |15,11«. An beaten Colorado; ranked eighth -·""··'--' ·-·"· ·-'--" - · · · · · - · irith a S-6 over-all mark, and 44 it leagu* play, battles-for fifst place against Missouri (5-0-1). id inlersectional games, Navy plays at Notre Dame and Duke the Atlantic Coast leader, goes against Michigan. Syracuse and Beach, the Arnold Winick trained itt tangle in the East's top game while Rutgen, the natlon'i only other major undefeated team al plays Lafayette. Stuff M«oni Stuff NEW YORK (AP - Ted Wil lianu and Lou Boudreau are quoted a* authorities on the ,, llsh language in Webster's thin New International Dictionary. Williams clarifies "stuff." "the greatest pitcher of my time had tremendous stuff." Boudreau qualifies with "bad a' wide as- lortment of curves, sliders an ·low stuff." Oddly, it was Boudreau pulled the "shift" on Williams to the 1M« American League pert- aant playoff. He "shifted" him- telf, thea a ritortstop, oft the opposite side of second base and had the third baseman play short. '!ghth. And around the goal line Missouri has been even stingier. The opposition has averaged Only 4.5 loints a g a m e , . H o w e y e r , the Tigers themselves have not been ixactly explosive, s c o r i n g an iverage of 13.5 points. A year ags they-averaged 37.4 points in 0. games whil* holding the opposition to 7.9.' What happened to the scoring punch· We have had to make con- inuous shifts In the backfield ince the opening game because if injuries," Devina saiJ. First to go was Keith Weber, i pophomore quarterback who showed great promise. He played six minules in the opening game, suffered 'a knee injury and was ost for the season. .Halfback Bill Tobih was hurt in the Minnesota game and didn't lay against California;' Fullback Hack Gilchrist was injured ia the Oklahoma State game and was not available against Iowa Stale. Durable Ron Taylor, the 5-8 177- pound senior quarterback, started .5 games before a host bf bumps and bruises finally sidelined him. He missed the Iowa State game and saw only brief action against Nebraska. . · Halfbacks Jack Mcdford, Ger- ild Stevenson and Norm Beal also have missed one or more. ;ames wilh various injuries. "If we could have kept continuity," said Devine, "this would i*Vi been an exceptionally fine «am. As It is, this is still a good team." L . over to the borse owners Jriglnally, in August i960, 749 lorses were nominated al .$15 :ach, for a total.of $11,235. On r before Dec. 15, I960, anolher 16 were named at a cost of $35 each, adding up to (6,230, By March IS,'in order to keep eligible, 509 of tba 927 nominees orked over $100 each, $GO,M it all. :Four 'months 'later, JOO of hese dumped ' in another fcSO each, a total of $75,000. then, if w discover you have .a likely Garden State entry, it costs *10,Opt to become a supplementary entry. El Pecos Ranch'i Decided- iy, was one of these. Friday morning it cost* each owner $1,000 ia enter, and if hU wrse actually comes out of the gate Saturday he digs for another $1,006. With U starters this would be another *M,«B. Here's what you get: $301,365. Tie winner takes down tlll,41: second place earns $40,471; third .pockets $»,· Buffs Practice After Light Snow BOULDER (AP),- Colorado's football team skipped through a brief drill after a light snow dusted the practice field with less than an inch of a snow. :. The snow did not harm Ihe turf in Folsom Stadium Where a new rubberized nylon covSr \vas placed before the stoftn. The.field is ex- Becled to be in excellent condition for the Big Eight game Saturday with Missouri. Coach Sonny Grandclius reported his players in good physical ondilkm and primed for a big tffort against the. unbeaten Missouri team. Grandelius plans a brief loosen- ng up drill Friday without pads or his players. Missouri plans to fly to Denver ind then motor to Boulder Friday and Work out late in tb* afternoon. Sanders Well, Will Rejoin Golf Tour CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.' (AP)Doug Sanders, golf's third leJci- _ , . . Ing-money winner who ha# been additional $15,118 is paid in bre** battfing ' a 'neck ' ailment since er award* to. the top four finishers. The nine other probable start- eri include Walnut Firm'i Su Ka Wa, Mrs. A dele L. Rand's Green Ticet, Philip Gixlrrey's Stinwn mind, August, said Thursday he plans o return to the PGA golf tour B«tt We*. A tix-urtdef par (4 at the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club Wednesday made up his entry of R.F. Beminger'i Phuet- ler and ttrs. Herbert. M, Herff't Obey, Elkcarn Stable's Paddet Cell, R S. Howard and Dave Sawaya's Nijan, Golden Triangle Stable's Point Park and Bi-ook- fieM Farm'i In Force. All the horses will carry 122 pounds each for the approximate ry 4:« p.m. (EST) post of the nationally televised race. Sports Notes PHILADELPHIA (AP)-A1 Wid- Pr* B««k«K»« By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thw*4«y RmlH ABL Washington K, Chicago M Bode* at Philadelphia St. Louis «t Syracuse New York at Chicago Cincinnati at Lo* Angeles AW. mar, former major league pitch ^.j^ er, will replace pitching coach for the Philadel phia Phillies, the club announcet Thursday. Widmar, who pitched for the Boston Red Sox, the old St. Louis Browns and Chicago White Sox Kas been a pitching instructor in the Phillies farm system since 1959. L e m o n , one-time ClenUnt great, resigned to accept a posi tioti fn the public relations depart ment.of the America* League'; Los Angeles Angels. TOKYO (AP)-Osamu Ishiguro three-time member of the Japa- Syr»cu«e at Boston (afternoo* TVI Detroit at Philadelphia l/s Angeles at Chicago New York at St. Louii AM. Japan national men's singles ten- Kansas City at San Francisco nis title Thursday by defeating Koji Watanabe of Wated* Unfrer sky, M, M, *·!, Atwriii Mfj-att, lax year', aa- tioMl titbit finnilnn, did defend hu title. Reiko Mryagi, At sushi'! sister, t*k the women' singles title for the sixth straight y«ar by Jii»Hnf Akto rufal H "I shot a 64," said an enthused Sanders, "and wilh my tew clubs. I had a double bogey md eight"birdies. My neck was a )K stiff eatly : this morning but took a few practice swings and t was all right, I'll be playing n the ($20,006) Beaumont Open starting next Thursday." . Sanders has won $53,513.2S.this fear and his goal is to pass British Open champion Arnold Palmer ($57,732.92) in the five remaining co-s p o n s o r e d PGA events. He also hopes to close the gap on Master champ Gary Player (164,540.45). The days 28-year-old Sanders, who out of Ojal, Calif., has . r ailed to complete a PGA tournament since, Sept. 17 when he shot a 67-»*5-67-- 268 in the Seattle Open. He finished sixth :here. His M Wednesday wat his first under-par round since Seattle. Sanders said he had two fused vertebrae and muscle spasms as a result of an automobile accident last December. He added tbat the pain was «o sever* that he spent tw« weeks in Dallas under a doctor's care. He was in Baylor HoepiUl on« week with his neck in traction. Following the Beaumont Open. D*vii, Cup .team, won the Sanders said he would compete in the Cajun Classic Open at Lafayette, La., the Mobile Open, Weit Palm Beach Open and Coral GtUn Open. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Detroit 1, New York I Boston 5, Montreal 2 USt THI TR1BUHK WANT ,

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