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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1961

Palmer Leads First Round
Of American Golf Classic

AKRON, Ohio (P) - Powerful
Arnold Palmer, battling gusty
winds and the 7,165-yard Firestone
layout, went on a birdie binge yes-
terday to take the first round lead
in the $50,000 American Golf
Classic.
Opening up with a pair of
birdies and hammering out four
more on the back nine, the 32-
year-old winner of seven cham-
pionships this year shot a three-
under par 36-31-67 to take a two-
stroke lead over the rest of the
field.
Except for a momentary putting
lapse on the front nine, Palmer,
the leading money, winner this
year with $71,198, assured himself
$1,000 for taking the first round
lead in the tournament which car-
ries a variety of bonuses in addi-
tion to the top prize of $9,000.

Palmer's two-stroke lead was
over Jim Ferrier, George Bayer
and Mike Souchak, all of whom
had 69's to break par by one.
Jim Ferree matched par with a
36-34-70 while PGA Champion
Gary Player, troubled by the wind
gusts, was happy to finish the day
with a 71. Jack Nicklaus, the U.S.
Open champion who will take on
Palmer and Player in the "World
Series of Golf" next month on this
same course, had a 34-38-72 to
keep alive his chances.
Matched with Player at 71 were
Mack Main, Jack McGowan and
Jon Gustin.
Jay Hebert, the defending
champion, had trouble over the
back nine. Hebert matched par
with a 35 over the' front nine and
then took a 38 on the back nine.

SPORTS SHORTS:
Rain Slows
Net Meet
By The Associated Press'
SOUTHHAMPTON, N. Y.-Rain
forced the postponement of play
in the 74th Meadow Club Invita-
tion Tennis Tournament yester-
day.
The event is scheduled to re-
sume today with four quarter final
matches as well as a delayed third,
round match between fourth-.
seeded Bill Bond, La Jolla, Calif.
and Charles Pasarell, the 1961
U. S. Junior Champion from Puer-
to Rico.
Big Non-Title Fight
LOS ANGELES - Billed as the
biggest non-title fight in the na-
tion this year, veteran Archie
Moore and undefeated Cassius
Clay will meet here in a 12-round
heavyweight match October 23.
Co-promoters Cal Eaton and
George Parnassus announced the
bout yesterday. It will be held in
the Los Angeles Coliseum or
Dodger Stadium.
Moore, of San Diego, was guar-
anteed $75,000 or 35 per cent of
the gate while the 20-year-old
Clay, from Louisville, Ky., winner
of 15 straight fights, will get $40,-
000 or 25 per cent.
Diving Meet Tomorrow
PHILADELPHIA -- The Largest
field ever will compete tomorrow
in the Men's National AAU Diving
Championship at Kelly Pool.
A group of 71 divers, including
entries from Japan and West Ger-
many, are entered in springboard
competition, and 36 in platform
events.
Augmenting the men's perform-
ances will be 18 entrants in the
Women's Junior National tower
event, plus a special six-girl Olym-
pic Diving Development Meet, fea-
turing Barbara McAlister of
Phoenix, the top woman diver in
the country.

TAC Tops
Swim Meet
CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio (P)
-The Indianapolis Athletic Club,
with its star-studded roster of In-
diana University aquatic stars, ap-
pears to be headed for a sixth
straight team title in the Nation-
al Men's Outdoor AAU Swimming
Championships - opening here to-
day.
However, the Hoosiers will get a
strong battle from some of the
other clubs entered - including
the Santa Clara Swim Club, the
New Haven Swim Club, the Los
Angeles Athletic Club and North
Carolina Aquatic Club.
The IAC outdistanced the rest
of the field in the 1961 champion-
ships at Los Angeles, scoring 1251/2
points to 41 for Santa Clara and
37 for Los Angeles.
Back under IAC colors this year
are Chet Jastremski of Toledo,
Ohio, who holds world records in
the breaststroke, individual med-
ley star Ted Stickles and the four-
man team that set a world record
of 4:03.0 in the 400-meter medley
relay. On that team are Jastrem-
ski, Tom Stock, Larry Schulhuf
and Peter Sintz.
Santa Clara has two strong
freestylers in 19-year-old Steve
Clark and 16-year-old Don Schoel-
1 a n d e r.
Rose and another Australian
star, Jon Konrads, both students
at the University of Southern Cal-
ifornia, are entered here with the
Los Angeles Athletic Club.
Major League
Standings
AMERICAN LEAGUE

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 4, Cleveland 0
Chicago 6, Los Angeles 0
Minnesota 12, Kansas City 10
Detroit 8, Washington 5
Baltimore at New York (rain)
TODAY'S GAMES
Detroit at New York (n)
Baltimore at Boston (n)
Minnesota at Los Angeles (n)
Cleveland at Washington (n)
Chicago at Kansas City (n)

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San Francisco 7, New York I
Cincinnati at Houston (inc.)
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (inc.)
(Only games scheduled)
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at San Francisco (n)
New York at Cincinnati (n)
Philadelphia at St. Louis (n)
Milwaukee at Houston (n)
Pittsburgh at Chicago

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