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6-Sah(rday, Mar. U, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Cox, Huffstutler set records. Terriers win Sprinter Roger Cox and hurd ler, Steve and Steve Sbawer all ran in (P). Perry (R) 4:32.7. Hu£fstuUer both set new Redlands high track records as the Terriers scored a 63-41 win over visiting Pacific in a Citrus Belt League meet yesterday. Cox zipped to a 21.1 clocking in the 220 yard dash to lower his mark of 21.2 set last year. Huffstutler toured the 180 yard low hurdles in 18.9 for a new RHS record. Cox doubled by winning the 100 in 9.8 and Huffstutler took the highs in 14.8. Dennis Gidcumb ran a 21.9 220 to place second behind Cox. "I think Huffstutler's 18.9 is probably the best time in Southern CaUfomia," Terrier coach Bill Cunningham said. "Cox's time must be close to the best". Larry Butler won the high jump for us at 5-10, he didn't have to go any higher. Hank Jlercado and John McDonald!ler (R), Neely tied in the pole vault for second ;(R). 14.8. the varsity division against the Pirates. Pacific won the relay when the Terriers dropped the baton. 880 relay — Pacific 1:32.6. Broad jump — Louder (P), Chartier (R), Harper (P), 19.11. Shot put — Baker (R), Hices otherwise it would have beenlfP). Orton (R) 53 -l =!'4. another Redlands win. The B division saw the Terriers smash the Pirates 80-11 as they won all the first places and jlost only one second. Redlands made it a clean sweep by winning the C class 47ic-38 '.i. In the B's Mike Binkley doubled by winning both the 70 and Pole vault — Ogden (P), tie for 2-3 between Mercado (R), McDonald (R), 11-0. High Jump — Butler (R), Welch (P), Wheeler (R), 5-10. Team totals: Redlands 63, Pacific 41. CLASS B 70 HH — Binkley (R) 9.2, 100 - Paxton (R) 10.5, 660—Mer- 120 yard hurdles. RusseU Pax-|pi„ J.JJ 3 LH - Bink- ton won the 100 m 10.5 and,^y (jj, J35 220_Peterson (R) Steve Peterson the 220 m 22.8.I22.8, i32a -Harrison (R) 3:33. Tuesday the Terriers go to Riverside City in finals for state title WALNirr (UPI) — .Riverside City College, seeking its 35th sb'aight victory, meets Hancock tonight in the championship game of the State Junior Col lege Basketball Tournament. Hancock earned the right to meet Riverside Friday night by upsetting defending champion Fresno 91-70 behind the 22-point performance of Charles Negron. Riverside downed Pierce 8772 in an earlier game. In the consolation bracket, San Francisco rolled over San Diego 79-57 and Antelope Valley beat Santa Rosa 87-69. In consolation games today, .\ntelope Valley takes on San Francisco and Fresno meets Pierce. Bulldogs dow San Diego State 6-5 660 relay — Redlands 1:10.1, meet Colton Yellowjackets at 3! HJ—Sewall fR), 5-4, SP — Cruz which was a pleasing performance," Cunningham said. Harold Edwards and And y Soulek in the half mile and Jeff Rawlings in the mile drew the coaches praise for their performances. Mike Baker turned in his best put of the year getting the iron ball out 53 feet l -'!4 -inches to win. Four sophomores, Mike Weaver, Chris Munoz, Andy Soulek p.m. in the second CBL encounter. VARSITY 120 high hurdles — Huffstut- (P), Wimblcy (R), 100— Cox (R), Gidcumb Harper (P), 9.8. 880— Edwards (R), Green (P), Soulek (R), 2:03.2. (R) 49-5»i, BJ — Townsend (R) 18-10. PV — Thornquest (R) 9-6. Team totals: Redlands 80, Pa cific U. CLASS C 100—MacDonald (R) U.O, 660 —dead heat between Cox (R) and Oruz (R) 1:34.6, 120 LH— MacDonald (R) 14.2, 180—Cor reia (R) 19.9, 1320 — Car 1440 — Hahn (R), White (P),;rasco (P) 3:39, 440 relay — Red- Louder (P), 52.6. lands 48.0. PV — Rasmussen, ISO low hurdles — Huffstutler (P) 100. HJ — Nagy (R) 5-7, (R), Nccly (P), Wimbley (R), SP — Shacffcr (P) 41-11, BJ- 18.9. I tie between MacDonald (R) and 220—Cox (R). Gidcumb (R), Harper, (P), 21.1. Mile — Rawlings (R), Jesse Roberts (P) 18-11. Team totals: Redlands 47 '-j, Pacific 38!i. LAWN BOWLERS - Members of the Redlands lawn bowling teem ore shown during a recent match on their Sylvan Park greens. Garnet are held every afternoon except Mondays. Lawn bowlers defeat Glendale Redlands Lawn Bowling club defeated the visiting Glendale bowlers by a total plus score of 59 points this week on the Sylvan Park greens. The Redlands club has a busy schedule ahead for the nc.vt three months with six different teams coming to roll on the local greens, Charles Lingenfelter said. Games are held every afternoon except Monday at Sylvan Park and members and the public are welcome. Memberships are open in the club. milasa Birthday MARCH IS — Col. C. J. Cochrant John Clark Fred CandelarU Richard Stith II Tommy Cochrant Andy Smith F. Dale Pickle Pat Weatherman Walker Smith III Gene Strahl Robert J. Jimenez Rodney Morris Bob Burr Adam Biernot Brad Herrin Bob Ourling T. Somers Richard Ceiger Charles Pleksma James S. Howard, Jr. J. J. Lang Elwyn Sprague Fred Rehome O. O. Volkerts Mark Brashears Andy Daniels Marvin Silver MARCH U — Robert L. Kull Will Fowler Robert Arthur Tim De B*uw A. H. Romero Phillip Schott J. M. Ouems Wilson Me Ewer Frank Hall Richard Keen Forrest Mack D. Garvey George Penny Leon Nickles Frank C. Lemon Irwin Picksma Steven C, Wizelman Happy Birthday from II E. State Ph. PY 3-K05 Devlin leads by four strokes at St. Petersburg ST. PETERSBURG, F1 a (UPIl — Australian ace Bruce DevUn equalled two PGA records Friday and bad a commanding four-stroke lead going into today's tliird round of the $25,000 St. Petersburg Open. Devlin carded an eight-under- par over the Lakewood course Friday to tie for the lowest competiUve round on the PG.^ tour this year. The lanky 26.year-old pro from Canberra also tied for the lowest competiUve round score for 36 holes with his total of 133. The field was cut to the low 60 scores at the end of Friday's round and the cutoff score was an unprecedented 143 — one stroke below par. Bob Shave Jr.. fired a 67 to move into a tie for second place at 137 with defending champion Raymond Floyd, who had a 29. A host of players were tied at 138, including first round leaders Bob Harrison and Mike Krak. WHL standings Denver Los Angeles Portland jS.Francisco Seattle V^ancouver W L T Pts GF GA 43 22 2 88 258 191 30 29 8 68 207 232 30 29 6 66 215 217 30 34 3 63 215 248 27 32 6 60 230 212 24 38 3 51 211 236 Friday's Results San Francisco 6 Seattle 2 Los Angeles 3 Vancouver 1 Saturday's Schedule Vancouver at San Francisco Los Angeles at Portland Denver at Seattle Get Channel 34 The Spanish Language Station with This Special Converter. Complete Kit. Every- fhins You Need. SELF SERVICE TUBE CHECKER ETcrrthloc (ar the Aotrnsai and TKhnlelin Antrona . Mal.tlall 00 „ TOllBSELr $3479 ELECTRONIC WHOLESALE MART IWW N. Waterman Open > •«« « — SiBday 10 'til 5 Rcdlaadt Stara Bcdlanda BiTd. at Taxaa St. Open It A.M.>( PJL Ssndar 1» AJL-S P.M. Yucaipa wins over 29 Palms team 80-24 Sophomore Leon Hickcy cleared 12 feet in the pole vault j-esterday as Yucaipa High Tliunderbirds rambled to a 8024 win over visiting Twcntynine Palms in a Desert Valley League track and field meet yesterday. With the vault Hickcy tied his o«-n school record for the second time. Jerry Pricbe running on the muddy T - Bird track turned in a strong 9.9 ccond 100. He just missed tying his big brolher Mike's record of 9.8 set three years ago. In the class B division Yu caipa rolled to a 66',j-28Vj win over the 29 Palms runners. VARSITY 100-Pricbe (Y). Hicks (T) HiSSins (T). 9.9. 220—Persson (Y), Hicks (T), Higgins (T), 23. 440—Bain (Y), Harris (T) Solberg (Y), 55.0. 880-Hough (Y), Bobbins (T), Martin (Y), 2:08. Mile—Cleveland (Y), GU lette (Y), Bamett (Y), 4:41.1. 880 Relay — Yucaipa (Bain, Cripc, Persson, Martin), 1:35.2. 120 HH — Knapp (T), Whited (Y), SpiUman (Y), 15.7. 180 LH —Cripe (Y), Knapp (T), Ranee (T), 22.0. Long Jump — Persson (Y). Bain (Y), Hicks (T), 20 ft. 6 in. Shot Put — Mc ConneU (Y), Johnson (Y), Cassara (Y). 47 ft. lOU in. Pole Vault — Hiekey (Y), Cripe (Y), Craig (Y), 12 ft. High Jump — Wallace (Y), Earls (,Y), Martin (Y), 5 ft. f in. Varsity Final Score: Yucaipa 80, Twentynine Palms 24. CLASS B lOO—Jackson (T), Hovell (Y), Fiske (Y), 10.7. 220-Jackson (T), Fiske (Y), Fitter (Y), 24.7. Rampoldt (Y), Haralson (Y), Bush (T), 1:37.6. 1320 — HoveU (Y), Bumgamer (T), J. Gillette (Y), 3:34.5. 660 Relay — Yucaipa, 1:12.8. 70 HH — Glisan (T), Wessman (Y), Barry (T), 10.6. 120 LH — Wessman fY), Bar ry <T), Dean (Y), 15.3. Long Jump — Fowler (T), Oakes (Y) Fiske (Y), 18 ft. 3 in. Shot Put —Byard (Y), Saverino (Y), Moxlcy (Y), 48 ft. 8 ^4 in. Pole Vault — Amerson (Y). Saverino (Y), Lovelace (Y), 10 ft. 6 in. High Jump — Pittcr (Y), Amerson (Y), Oakes (Y), 5 ft. 4 in. Class B. Final Score: Yucaipa 66'.-j. Twentj-mne Palms 2S\i. Thunderblrds defeat Terriers 4-3 A two run homer by Y'ucaipa high's Walter Dean in the first inning gave the Thunderbirds a 4-3 win over coach Joe DeMaggio's visiting Redlands high Ter riers yesterday. Redlands almost pulled (he oon-lcaguc game out of the fire m the top of the seventh when Dan Finfrock blasted out a two run homer. The Terriers outhit the Thunderbirds 10-3 but couldn't push across the winning tally. Arie Franken and Allen McCall handled the mound chores for the losers while Terry Rainbow and Dennis Hare pitched for Y'ueai pa. Tuesday Redlands launches Citrus Bell League action when they host Riverside Poly Bears at 3 p.m. on the Terrier dia mond. University of Redlands B u dog baseballers broke a three game losing streak yesterday with a 6-5 win over San Diego State on the UR diamond. Joe Cortez tripled in two runs for coach Paul Taylor's Bulldogs the eighth inning to provide the margin of victory in the non league contest Cortez had tripled.and singled earlier in the game. His blasts gave sophomore reliever Ji Hogan with his first win of the season. Hogan twirled a one hit ter in the final 4 1-3 innings after starter Bill Bruns was lifted With the win the Redlands nine is now 2-3 for the young season. Don Slawson tripled two runs in the fourth for the other key Bulldog hit. Tuesday the UR baseballers travel to meet Chapman Col lege at 3 p.m. in a non-SCIAC game. San Diego 000 140 000-5 10 Redlands .001 300 02x— 6 9 Man- and Simon; Bruns, Ho gan (5) and Moore. Redlands ...000 010 2—3 10 Y'ucaipa ...210 010 .x— 4 3 0 Franken, McCall (5) and Campbell; Rainbow, Hare (5) and Lewis. Starting times for mixed foursome golf The regular Sunday mixed foursome golf tournament will be held tomorrow at the Redlands Country Club with the first group off the tee at 10:30 a.m. In charge of the tourney are Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Roberts and Dr. and Mrs. Austin Welch. Starting times are as follows: 10:30 — Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Roberts and Dr. and Mrs. Aus tin Welch. 10:38 — Les Sherman, Mrs. Robert Sherrod and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hooper. 10:46 — Mr. and Mrs. Madison Finlay, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell. 10:54 — WiUiam Lauer and Mrs. Earl Finch, Mr. and Mrs. William Howard. 11:02 — Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Zeiner, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Larson. 11:10 — Jlr. and Mrs. Ed Hales, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Finch. 11:18 — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moser, Col. and Mrs. Frank Thornquest. 11:26 — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hurt, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Domfeld. 11:34 — Dr. and Jlrs. Jack Washburn, Col. and Mrs. Frank Genetti. 11:42 — Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. John Blumenberg. 11:50 — Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Podge Wilboum. 11:58 — Mr. and Mrs. David Rogers, Jlr. and Mrs. Robert Break. 12:05 — Mr. and Mrs. Dennis MarUn, Mr. and Mrs. James Griswold. Dodgers defeat Mexico City Tigers 8-3 MEXICO CITY (UPI)- The world champion Los Angeles Dodgers meet the Mexico City Reds tonight in the second game of their spring exhibition season. The Dodgers beat the Mexico City Tigers Friday night 8-3 in a game in which Sandy Kou fax showed his World Seies brilliance by pitching three perfect innings, Koufax took over for Don Drysdale in the bottom of the third inning and retired the next nine men to face him, striking out five of them. He was giving a standing ovation when he left the game. Drysdale gave up the Reds three runs in the first two in nings, but got the win because he was the pitcher of record when the Dodgers scored five runs in the third. A two-run single by rookie third baseman John Werhas and singles by Tommy Davis and Dick Tracewski were key blows in the big inning. First time car wins top event McCormack hails champ Dempsey honored by speaker in Congress WASHINGTON (UPI) - It was Friday the 13th, but Jack Dempsey considered it his luckiest day. House Speaker John W. McCormack called Dempsey the "greatest champion of all time and one of the greatest Americans of all time." Dempsey earlier ripped into both Cassius X Clay and Sonny Liston as falling short of championship caUber. McCormack presented Dempsey a special citation for good sportsmanship, a framed document which McCormack said was the first speaker's award of its type. Dempsey said it was a "tremendous thrill for me and it's even greater than winning the worWs heavyweight championship." Dempsey, who weighs 215 pounds and has a bulge around the middle, still looks in good A dragster with a Lincota en gine, in its first time out at Colton's Drag Strip', captured the top eliminator bond when it turned 164.00 m p h last Sun day. The Class B fuel dragster, piloted by Layne Watari of Los Angeles, also posted low elapsed time for the day at 9.33 seconds for the quarter mile dash. The hot dragster plans to re turn for this Sunday's speed- fest, which runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the track two miles west of Colton. The Colton strip plans mammoth motorcycle meet for Easter Day, March 29, in which most of the Southland's top cyclists will compete. The regular meet will be held in conjunction with the bikes. One of the fastest ever posted m wmning the Uttle eUminator bond, was registered by Dale McClatn of Fallbrook, whose Class C fuel dragster turned 156.00 m p h with an E T ofj 9.54 seconds. The "Wild One" owned by Lee Brown of Riverside, bagged the street eliminator bond, his Plymouth clocking 119.08 m p h with an E T of 12.19. A large field of entries, in all classes, competed in the meet. Bruins drub Arizono TUCSON, Ariz, (UPI)-UCLA scored eight runs m the third inning Friday to spark a 12 - 0 baseball victory over the University of Arizona. OVER AND OUT—Tom Hawkins of the Cincinnati Royals rolled over the shoulder of the Celtics' Frank-ilamsey after leaping high for a rebound at the Boston Garden. K C. Jones of the Celtics watched as Hawkins struck his head on the floor in the fall and was knocked unconscious. The ©layers continued play with Hawkins lying on the hardwood. >AR OR 6ETTE By JULIUS BOROS LS ''6 PEN CHAWPION BALANCE Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Once you have mastered the proper means of gripping the club, your next step is right up to the balL This move rates second only to your grip. No doubt you have seen many golfers completely confused on how and where to place their feet for specific shots with various woods and irons. Many golfers never bother to get the confusion straightened out and keep right on shufflmg and shifting away. Almost any pro fessional could iron this out for them in a hurry. The first time any person swings a golf club, he or she not aware of any fancy foot work. He merely steps up to the ball m a comfortable manner and places his feet in posi tion that will enable him to swing the club and hit the ball without falling on his face. His problem from his first swing of the club is one of fun damental balance. don't mean to imply that any stance before the ball will suffice as long as you can stand up after you swing, but I do want to emphasize'that the main purpose is balance. That brings us back to my original point about the begm ner who takes a natural stance to maintain balance without actually realizing why he stands beside the ball m that manner. He has no idea how to place his feet. He merely wants to continue to stand on them while he swings his club. That is balance. Terrier varsity wins seventli meet By JOHN W. LENKER Redlands Terrier varsity swimmers sank previously unbeaten Upland yesterday to extend their win streak to seven meets. The score m the varsity class was Redlands 54, Upland 41. Upland won both B and C classes by respective scores of 57-15 and 49-21. The meet was at Upland. Swimming in the varsity division, Dave Scott lowered the school record by four seconds m the 200 yd. free as he toiured the distance in 2:02.0; Scott is "C" by exponents. Garth Huffaker, a sophomore, was the only double wiimer for the Terriers as he won the 200 yd. individual medley and tied for first in the 100 yd. backstroke. Other winners for Redlands in varsity competition were both relay teams, BUI Brandenberger in the lOO yd. butterfly, and Mike Patella 'tying with Huffaker for first in the backstroke. Bill WiUiams was the only winner for the Terriers in Class B as he won the 200 yd. free. In class C, FUp McGowan won the 50 yd. butterfly and Don Acheson won the 50 yd. free. Results- Varsity Redlands 54-Upland 41 200 yd. Medlay Relay: Redlands (Patella, DeSalvo, Brandenberger, Gardner) 1:50.9. 200 yd. free: Scott (R) 2:02.9; 2nd Scanlon (U); 3rd Martin (U). 50 yd. free: Aylor (U) 24.0; 2nd Gardner (R); 3rd Kackley (R). 200 yd. ind. med: Huffaker (R) 2:17.8; 2nd Brandenberger (R); 3rd Coow (U). 100 yd. butterfly: Brandenberger (R) 56.4; 2nd Melcher (R); 3rd Coow (U). lOO yd. free: Aylor (U) 53.9; 2nd Kackley (R); 3rd Martin (U). 100 yd. back: Huffaker (R) and Patella (R) tie 1:03.3; 3rd Peres (U). 400 yd. free: Scanlon (U) :29.3; 2nd Scott (R); 3rd Bownse (U). 100 yd. breast: Shattuck (U) :12.4; 2nd Likins (U); 3rd DeSalvo (R). 200 yd. free relay: Redlands (Scott, Huffaker, Kackley, Gardner) 1:35.3. Class B Upland 57-Redlands 15 Redlands place winners shown) 200 yd. free: 1st Williams 17.2. 50 yd. free: 3rd McCracken. 100 yd. ind. med. 3rd McMichael. lOO yd. free: 2nd Williams, 3rd McCracken. lOO yd. back: 3rd Parker. lOO yd. breast: 2nd McMichael. Class C Upland 49Redlands 21 Redlands place winners shown) 50 yd. free: 1st Acheson 26.8. 100 yd. ind. med: 2nd Bruckart, 3rd Starbuck. 50 yd. butterfly: 1st McGowan 31.0. lOO yd. free: 2nd Acheson. 50 yd. back: 2nd Starbuck. 50 yd. breast: 2nd Burgess. MAIN ptirpose of the stance is to maintain balance. From the book. "Par Golf or Bet•" by Julius Boroj. Copyright by Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs. Ray Patterson wins GOTHENBURG, Sweden (UPI) — Ray Patterson, younger brother of former heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson, outpointed Ulli Ritter of Germany Friday night in an eight-round bout at the Gote- borg Hall. Gentile to get extra pay for losmg weight CHICAGO (UPI) — Charles 0. Finley, who signed the last of his Kansas City Athletic holdouts. Rocky Colavito, for S30,000 figured out a way today to augment the salary of another slugger, Jim Gentile. Gentile will get $125 per week during the baseball sea son, Finley said, if he weighs 213 pounds or less every Tues day at an official weigh-in with trainer Billy Jones, 'That way, he can cam S3,125 extra," Finley said. Billy Jones will write him a Yucaipa Little League meeting The "yucaipa Little Leagu* will hold a meeting Monday ight at 7:30 p.m. at the Yucaipa Elementary school All persons interested in the baseball program are invited. Final tryouts for the teams ill be held March 28th and it will include eight-year-o I ds. Workouts are held on the recreation field on Seventh street. check while he's on the scales." Finley explained his thmking. In 1961 when Gentile hit 46 home runs for BalUmore, he weighed about 215 pounds. Last year, when he hit 24, ha weighed between 230 and 240 pounds. "I figure if he gets down in weight, he can increase his home runs, and help the chib. talked to him atiout this and he's very enthusiastic, so we worked out the Tuesday weigh- ms. HeTI get an extra $125 * week for staying 213 or under." shape with black hair and a quick walk. He attacked Clay, the present champion, for his association with the Black Muslims. Dempsey said he didn't know much about the religious organization but said if it was true what he read about Muslims and if they didn't like all white people, then "I don't think he's a real American." Dempsey didn't think much about Soimy Liston as a champion or as a non-champion, especially since Liston's arrest in Denver on charges of carrying a concealed weapon and speeding. As for the Clay-Liston fight, Dempsey said Liston quit, and a, champion doesn't quit. As farja as his arrests were concerned he said if the charges were true Liston was a disgrace to boxing and sports and caused other nations to develop a horrible image of this country. Lew Worsham to give it the big try By OSCAR FRALEY FT. LAUDERALE, Fla. (UPI) — Lew Worsham is ^v- ing it a giant try today. He posted a big effort when he won the U.S. Open in a playoff with Sam Snead. And he racked up a lot of bucks in holing a 110-yard wedge shot to capture the "world" championship of golf at Tam O'Shan- ter. But today it's a pro-am celebrity tournament at his Coral Ridge Country Club in which he'll parlay guys like Perry Como and Gordon Mac Rae for the. benefit of the American Cancer Society. Worsham is in the position of gent named "Tank-Nosed" Canady. "Tank-Nose" was so busy making bets on the first tee that when he arrived at where everyone had hit their drives he asked his caddy where was his baU. "Boss," said the caddy, "you been so busy bettin' you ain't even hit yet" Worsham can laugh at a lot of Uungs he has heard in golf. Like the time that the caddies were betting so heavily at the Masters in Augusta, Ga., that be bad his caddy hand him back two balls instead of the one with which he had holed out "There was a time," he recalled, "when Ed Dudley ad monished all the caddies not to ever touch a ball." Dudley sprayed one into the woods and when he arrived at the spot he found that the cad dy had torn down Mmbs of trees to leave a clear shot at the green. And the ball was well teed up on a clump of grass. 'I know it looks pretty funny. Mr. Ed," said the caddy, j course. "But ain't it real pretty?" Shirley Povich of the Wash' mgton Post interrupted to explain that he had been President Warren G. Hardmg's first caddy when the Ohioan arrived in Washington. "I didn't know him, and he didn't know me," said Povich. "But I almost swooned when I learned who he was. Who I was didn't even bother him at aU." This ignorance of people also, Worsham continued, affected E. J. (Dutch) Harrison. Old Dutch was playing in a pro-am when someone brought him up and introduced him to the Duchess of Windsor. "Hi," the easy-going Arkansas traveler told the Duchess. Say. they tell me I'm playing with your old man tomorrow." You can't hardly tell everybody everythiig on the golfi Worsham was recalling when Mike Souchak played in the Azalea Open and the caddy kept clubbing him. Souchak told the boy finally to cease and desist Then they came to a hole where Big Mike was indecisive and finally said to the caddy: "I think VU take a four wood." "Better take a three iron," said the caddy. "Give me the four wood," Mike insisted. At which point be holed out the shot for an eagle two. 'How do you like that?" Sou­ chak asked the caddy as he handed back the club. "You'd have done better with a three iron," replied the caddy. But Worsham knows he can't miss today as he shoots for a big huck for the Cancer' Society.

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