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PAGE FOUR

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JULY 13~ 1962

PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1961

Sikes Knocks Off Two in Publinx

DETROIT (A) - Medalist Dick
Sikes, an Ozark mountaineer who
plays Russian roulette with five
putters, knocked off two oppon-
ents in the first two rounds of
match play in the 36th National
Amateur Public Links Golf Cham-
pionship.
The skinny 21-year-old Univer-
sity of Arkansas junior led 16 sur-
vivors into today's third round by
blasting aside Forrest Jones, In-
diana University golfer, and Owen
Douglass Jr., of Honolulu.
Field of 64
The 16 are left from a field of
64 which started match play yes-
terday morning. The field will be
trimmed to four by tonight.
Sikes, who carries his own di-
lapidated canvas bag and hurries
around the course so swiftly he
leaves the gallery gasping behind
him, bolted quickly in front in
both his matches.
He zoomed 5 up on Jones on
the front side in his morning
match and ended the slaughter at
the 14th hole, 5 and 4.
Against Douglass, the 1960 co-
medalist, Sikes captured the first
five holes, four of them with bird-
ies.
Deft Touch
The drawling youngster from
Springdale, Ark., rapped in birdie
putts of 50, 3, 8 and 3 feet. and
buzzed Douglass off his feet with
his deft touch around the green.
Sikes closed the match at the 15th
and won 4 and 3.
For the 65 holes, including 36
in qualifying play where he won
medalist honors with a 5-under-
par 135 at Rackham Golf Course,
Sikes is 8 under par. He has had
23 one-putt greens and has three-
putted only once.
But he has no favorite putter.
"I have five of 'em," he said.
"I keep three in my locker and
carry two. There's a different feel
in each of them. When I lose the
feel, I change and grab two other
putters out of the locker."
Two Putters
Sikes yesterday used two differ-
ent putters than he used for quali-
fying.
The only former champion in
the field, Bill Wright of Seattle,
won his first two matches. The
1959 champion, only Negro ever to
win a USGA championship, belted
David Brown of Detroit 5 and 4
before knocking off Bill Graham
of Miami 2 and 1.
John Schlee, 22-year-old Ore-
gonian who is attending Memphis
State on a golf scholarship, side-
lined Dick Hopwood, the 1960 co-
medalist from Phoenix, 2-up and
then defeated David Grafka, of
Oshkosh, Wis., 4 and 3.
The Honolulu team that won the
team championship in qualifying
play was eliminated. Bob Lunn, at
16 the youngest player left in the
field, defeated Hung Soo Ahn 1 up.
Detroit collegian John Mlenda
battled into the third round by
downingWoodrow Gray of Okla-
homa City and Wally Smith of
Pontiac, Mich., each by 4 and 3
scores.

-AP Wirephoto
SHOWING HIS FORM-Dick Sikes, 21, a skinny University of Arkansas junior, shows his form in
the second round of the National Amateur Public Links Tournament at Detroit yesterday. At left
he carries his own dilapidated canvas bag, center he uses a putter (one of five he carries) to
measure the roll of the 5th green; and at right, he misses a putt on the 9th but remained ahead
of his opponent 4 up. He led the 16 survivors into today's third round.
RETURN BOUT IN SEPTEMBER:
Dow nes Denies Middleweight
Crown Handed Him on Plate

Nagle Sets
First Round
Open Pace
BIRKDALE, England OP) - Kel
Nagle of Australia, defending his
British Open golf title, shot a 68
yesterday and set a pace that was
two strokes better than that of
Arnold Palmer-the man he fears
the most.
Nagle, pudgy Dai Rees of Wales
and the handsome Harold Hen-
ning of South Africa all carded
68's during the first round of the
1961 tournament that opened and
closed with heavy rains.
Palmer, from Latrobe, Pa.,
scored 34-36-70. He in turn was
three strokes ahead of Gary Play-
er, 25-year old South African who
won the 1961 Masters.
Despite the showing Nagle, Rees
and Henning, Palmer and Player
still are the favorites for the title
that will be decided by another
18-hole tour of the 6,844-yard
Birkdale course, set in the natural
sand dunes near the bay of Liv-
erpool, today and two rounds to-
morrow.
Player went out in a brilliant
2 under par 34 and then ran into
trouble on the back nine where he
took a double bogey on the short
13th, finished with a homeward
39 and a 73.
Nagle, the genial Aussie who
plays in a soft hat and has found
his golfing life at 40, said after
his 4-under par round that "I'm
naturally happy to have had such
a good start but I've got the feel-
ing that Arnold still has his best
rounds to come."
Palmer makes a habit of slam-
ming on the pressure toward the
end. Yesterday he came off the
last green and said:
"I'm disgusted with the way I
was putting. I'll have to do some-
thing about it."
Palmer was among five players
op the 70 mark. Norman Johnson
of England, Dave Miller of Scot-
land, and Jean Garaialdi of
France had 69's.
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LONDON (P) - Terry Downes,
new co-holder of the disputed
World Middleweight title, angrily
denied last night that the crown
had been handed him on a plate.
Re-living Tuesday night's scene
at Wembley Indoor Stadium, when
America's Paul Pender retired with
a cut over his left eye after the
ninth round, the fighting ex-U.S.
Marine thundered:
"I had Pender licked. The re-
turn fight clause had nothing to
do with it.
"Would you give up a world ti-
tle like that? I'd fight for it till I
dropped."
But boxing fans in London's
pubs still argued over the way
the fight ended.
Pender, 31, from Brookline,
Mass., had the better of the ninth
round. He went back to his cor-
ner with blood trickling from the
cut over his left eye. And the
next moment referee Ike Powell
was raising Downes' right hand in
victory.
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Untouchables 13, Leeches S
Math. 18, Corbs 4
Social Psychology 9, Newman 2
Education 8, Misfits 7 (7 inn.)

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Under the terms of the contract,
Downes can't touch a penny ,of
his $28,000 purse until he's given
Pender a return fight in the Unit-
ed States within 90 days.
Sports writers said they were
amazed when Pender quit.
"Champions must never quit,"
wrote Bill McGowran in the Lon-
don Evening News. "A stern ring
tradition demands that they sell
their titles dearly and go down
fighting to the last gasp. But not
Pender. He handed over his world
championship on a plate."
Felt Weak
But Pender, who was recognized
as world champion in New York,
Massachusetts and Europe, reit-
erated his explanation that he
had cuts over both eyes, felt weak
and couldn't go on.
Relaxing at his hotel, Pender
said:
"Ihad had enough. I don't know
what was the matter. I trained
hard for this fight and felt cer-
tain of myself. But I had no zip.
"Anyway, I live to fight another
day."
Downes' manager Sam Burns
and Boston promoter Sam Silver-
man discussed details of the return
fight. No details were settled, but
it could be in Boston in Septem-
ber.
Holiday in Spain
Downes prepared to take his
wifegBarbaraand two-year-old
daughter Wendy to Spain for a
two-week holiday. He said he was

leaving all the details of the re-
turn fight to Burns.
"But if Pender thinks he's going
to get his crown back, I can tell
him he won't get it back from
me," Downes said.
Meanwhile, Burns looked beyond
the return fight with Pender and
said Downes wanted to meet Gene
Fullmer, the man who is recog-
nized as world champion by the
National Boxing Association.
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Jibes, Survey A ppropriation Follow
San Francisco's First All-Star Game

By The Associated Press v
Two more National League stars
have been lost to their teams for
at least a month, it was disclosed
yesterday.
Pitcher Robin Roberts of Phila-
delphia and catcher Norm Sher-
ry of the Los Angeles Dodgers were
put on the disabled list by their
respective teams.
Roberts, for years the mainstay
of the Phillie pitching staff and
one of the top pitchers in the
majors, is experiencing his worst
season since breaking into the ma-
jors in 1948. His current record is
1-8.
He reinjured a knee last week
in Chicago forcing him out of ac-
tion.
Sherry has been the hard-luck
member of the Dodger team. The
brother of 1959 World Series star
Larry Sherry was hit in the rib
by a ball last Sunday and it was
discovered yesterday that the rib
was broken.
Sherry had been out a month
earlier in the season with a bruis-
ed kidney suffered in a collision
at home plate.
Del Crandall of Milwaukee and
Vern Law of Pittsburgh are al-
ready on the disabled list.
* * *
Baseball executives have ten-
tatively agreed to return to one
All-Star game annually, the Los
Angeles Herald-Express said yes-
terday.

The action was taken at San
Francisco, scene of Tuesday's
game, reporter John B. Old re-
ported.
Formal action is expected to be
taken at Boston July 31 when
player representatives of the 18
clubs and both major leagues meet
for the second All-Star game.
Don Drysdale said yesterday he
is sorry one of his pitches hit
Frank Robinson but he isn't
changing his style of throwing to
the Cincinnati slugger or any oth-
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The towering Dodger righthand-
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during a suspension of five days,
by National League President
Warren Giles.
Some Dodgers chuckled when it
was pointed out that Robinson
was hit by a knuckleball in Tues-
day's All-Star game.
Drysdale leads the league in hit
batsmen and Robinson leads get-
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SAN FRANCISCO (P)-Candle-
stick Park's howling winds brought
growls from the All-Star baseball
players which might speed cor-
rective attempts.
Mayor George Christopher said
yesterday he has asked the City
Recreation and Park Department
to start processing a $55,000 ap-
propriation for a meteorological
survey of the gusty drafts in the
15 million dollar stadium.
Nearly everybody has an idea
on correcting troubles at the two-
year-old park-ideas ranging from
baffle walls to a complete plastic
dome at a cost of perhaps 3.5
additional millions.
7'Iajor League
Standings.

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Tuesday's 30th All-Star game
turned from a well played affair
into a comedy of errors before
the Nationals pulled out a 5-4
victory on Roberto Clemente's
single in the last of the tenth.
A stadium record crowd of 44,-
115 gathered in windless weather
under sunny skies and filed out
three hours later into the teeth
of a gale.
Unkind Jibes
In the clubhouses, the players'
comments were mostly unkind
jibes at the wind which began ar-
riving in the sixth inning and
whipped papers and dust by the
ninth. Even a brave seagull, try-
ing to fly across the park, had
to turn back.
American League manager Paul
Richards of Baltimore said the
winds made Candlestick Park the
worst playing field in the major
leagues. He called playing con-
ditions the last couple of innings
"impossible."
Sluggers Roger Maris of the
New York Yankees and Rocky
Colavito of Detroit declared they'd
quit if traded to the San Francisco
Giants and had to play here.
Already Acquainted
Most of the National League
All-Stars already were acquainted

with the weather conditions at
the stadium by the bay. Most
agreed it had put on a somewhat
unusual show for the big crowd,
the All-Stars, and the national
television spectators.
"The wind was worse than any
I have pitched in here," said little
Stu Miller of the Giants, who
struck out four American Leaguers
in the ninth and tenth without
giving up a hit. He gained credit
for the victory despite four eirors
by teammates in those two frames.

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No games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Baltimore (Hall 6-3) at Boston
(Monbouquette 8-7) (n)
Kansas City (Archer 6-4) at Wash-
ington (Donovan 4-8) (n)
Minnesota (Ramos 5-10) at Cleve-
land (Latman 8-0) (n)
New York (Stafford 7-4) at Chicago
(Wynn 7-1) (n)
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