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~T ________THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, JULY 20

11 1962

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dcKinley, Douglas Set
ni Tennis Quarterfinal

.. ~ r*~~- PALMER, NICKLAUS FOURTH:
UnknownTa kes PGA Tourney Lead

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By The Associated Press
CHICAGO -- Top-seeded Chuck
McKinley and No. 2 Jon Douglas,
the only two U.S. Davis Cup play-
ers remaining in the tournament,
powered their way into the quar-
terfinals of the National Clay
Court Championships yesterday.
Women's Golf
Sees Upsets
WICHITA, Kan. OP) - Co-med-
alist Carol JTo Skala of Sutherlin,
Ore., and two members of the 1962
Curtis Cup Team were knocked
out of the 32nd Annual Women's
Trans-Mississippi Golf Tourna-
ment in third-round upsets yes-
terday.
Miss Kathy Farrer, an 18-year-
old from Decatur, Alabama, de-
feated Mrs. Skala, 3 and 2, to move
into the quarter-final round.
Miss Jeannie Thompson, of Tul-
sa, upset Curtis Cupper Clifford
Ann Creed of Alexandria, La., 3
and 2.
Cup team member Judy Bell of
Wichita fell before the 1-over-par
shooting of Miss Maureen Crum
of Plant City, Fla.

However, upsets and injuries
which have hexed the meet at the
River Forest Tennis Club all week,
did not take a holiday.
Wimbledon Champion Karen
Susman, the main attraction,
withdrew to avoid risking further
injury to her sprained left thumb.
Takes Layoff
The 19-year-old bride hurt it
Wednesday in a fall and it still
pained her yesterday when she
was warming up. She hopes a lay-
off the rest of the week will permit
her to play in the Pennsylvania
Grass Court Tournament at Mer-
ion next week.
Donna Floyd, her quarterfinal
opponent, moved into today's
semifinals by default. The 21-
year-old Miss Floyd from.Arling-
ton, Ala., ranked 10th nationally,
will face 16-year-old Julie Held-
man of New York, No. 16. Miss
Heldman advanced with 6-4, 6-4
ease over Carol Hanks of St. Louis.
McKinley Romps
McKinley blew Junior Davis Cup
player, Bill. Higgings of Lawton,
Okla., off the courts 6-1, 6-2.
Douglas, the ex-Marine and for-
mer Stanford quarterback,
dropped the first set to Clark
Graebner, Lakewood, Ohio, and
another Junior Davis Cupper, 4-6,

and trailed 5-2 in the second.
Then he won 11 games in a row
to take the final two sets 7-5, 6-0.
McKinley faces Marty Riessen,
Big Ten Champion from North-
western, today. Riessen, seeded
8th, smashed Jaidip Mukerjea of
India 6-1, 6-2.
Douglas Meets Couder
Douglas squares off against
Juan Couder of Spain, No. 2 for-
eign seed. He advanced with a 6-3,
6-1 victory over the third-ranked
junior, Clifford Buchholz of St.
Louis.

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JIM KAAT
., ... pitches three-hitter

CLETIS BOYER
... homers for Yanks

Yankees Clout Red Sox; Twins Shut Out
Indians; Angels Trim Tigers Once More

NEWTON SQUARE, Pa. uP) -
John Barnum, a towering, 50-
year-old gaffer who barely makes
expenses on the tour, shot into the
first round lead of the PGA Golf
Championship with a record 4-
under-par yesterday while most of
a boisterous gallery of 17,000 were
watching Arnold Palmer and Jack
Nicklaus scramble to 71's.
The little-known Barnum, a na-
tive Texan who holds down a club
job in Belmont, Mich., in the sum-
mer and tackles the circuit in the
winter, didn't have a bogey and
he one-putted seven greens as he
took a two-stroke advantage over
another old timer, 47-year-old
Chick Harbert, second with 68.
Giant George Bayer was third
with 69.
Barnum's 32-34 - 66 was the
lowest ever fired competitively
over the 7,045-yard, par 35-35-70
Aronimink Golf Club Course and
it was the best first round ever re-
corded in this championship, con-
verted from match play four years
ago.
New Record
The previous course record was
68, set by Marty Furgol and Bobby
Nichols a month ago. Barnum's 66
wiped out the first round mark of
67, held by Palmer, Dow Finster-
wald and Art Wall Jr.
Barnum, who towers 6 feet, 3%/2
inches and weighs 225 pounds,
never has won a major tourna-
ment. The current winning list of
the PGA tour shows him in 85th
place with $2,449.28 - peanuts
compared with Palmer's $70,000
plus.
He played the course so meticu-
lously that he was putting for
birdies on virtually every green.

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He ran in four of them. He sank the U. S. Open crown, called his
a 25-footer for his first birdie at round "horrible."
the fifth, dropped easy four and Harbert, graying 1954 PGA
two-footers on the eighth and Champion and twice a runnerup
ninth and nudged in one from 12 when it was a match play tourna-
inches at the 13th after a beauti- ment, had a fabulous round for his
ful pitch. 68. He chipped in from 49 feet on
Palmer, winner of the British the third hole, sank from 35 yards
Open with a record score at Troon out on the fourth and sank a putt
last week, had only one birdie. of 25 feet at the ninth and 45 feet
That was a 15-foot putt on the at the 14th.
10th hole. The rest of the time he Bayer, a 6-foot-5, 250-pound
was scrambling for his pars. giant who is rated the game's
Nicklaus, the 22-year-old rookie longest hitter, tamed the long
who beat Palmer in a playoff for course with powerful drives.

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DISCOUNT
RECORDS

By The Associated Press
BOSTON - New York rode the
booming bats of Elston Howard,
Cletis Boyer andBill Skowron to a
10-6 victory over Boston yesterday,
matching its season's longest win-
ning streak of seven games.
Howard had a triple and two
singles, drove in three runs and
scored twice.

RUSSIAN-U.S. TRACK MEET:
Attendance Figures May Set Record

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL -
Two home runs by Bob Allison and
Jim Kaat's three-hit pitching gave
the Minnesota Twins an 8-0 vic-
tory over Cleveland and boosted
the Twins into third place in the
American League.
The Twins, sweeping the three-
game set, had been tied with the
Indians before the game.
Allison drove in four runs with a
two-run homer in the eighth, a
solo shot in the second and a run-
scoring single in the fourth. His
homers were his 12th and 13th of
the season.
*. * *
LOS ANGELES - The Los An-
geles Angels took command on a
seventh inning single by Billy
Moran and dealt the doddering
Detroit Tigers their s e v e n t h
straight loss, 2-1.
The Tigers, who have made only
nine runs in their last seven
games, scored only once in the
entire 3-game series. They were
shut out 1-0 and 5-0 the first two
games.
The loss went to right-hander
Jim Bunning (9-6), who had a
career record 6-0 against the An-
gels coming into this game. Right-

hander Eli Grba got the victory,
his sixth in 11 decisions.
Bunning was working on a
three-hitter and leading 1-0 after
six innings. Then, in the Angel
seventh, Tom Burgess opened
with a single. Gordon Windhorn,
running for Bur g ess, moved
around to third on a sacrifice and
a wild pitch and scored on a sac-
rifice fly by pinch hitter Earl Aver-
ill.
With two out, Albie Pearson
singled, stole second and scored
the deciding run on Moran's
single.

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By The Associated Press
STANFORD, Calif .-Attendance
of more than 100,000 for the
weekend's Russian-United States
track meet at Stanford Stadium
was assured yesterday, and could
set a record for this international
competition.
Stanford Athletic Director Al
Masters reported ticket sales al-
ready total 98,600, assuring a
greater spectator turnout than the
stadium saw in 1960 when 82,519
watched the two-day United
States Olympic tryouts. It could
exceed the 130,000 who watched
Harris Leads
Amateur Meet
ORCHARD LAKE, Mich. (/P) -
Labron Harris Jr., hitting the
greens with pinpoint accuracy,
shaved two more strokes off par
yesterday with a 70 and widened
his lead at the halfway point of
the 72-hole qualifying round of
the Western Amateur.
Harris' 136 total - eight under
par -- was six strokes better than
his nearest rivals.
Ganged up behind him at 142
were Jim Jamieson of Moline, Ill.,
Tim Holland of New York, Johnny
Stevens of Wichita, Kan., and Dud
Wysong of McKinney, Tex.

the U.S.-Russian Meet in Moscow
last year.
Many Fans Already
Fans jam the stands daily at
Stanford's Angell Field for the
practices as both Russians and
Yankees work out at the same
time.
Starter Berney Wagner ob-
served, "I think most of these peo-
ple thought they could tell a Rus-
sian just by looking and are sur-
prised when they can't."
A feeling of good fellowship ex-
ists between the athletes. Wash-
ington pole vaulter John Cramer
and Soviet decathlon star Yuriy
Kutenko trotted around the field
together and did handsprings.
Russian Autographs
Russian hurdler Anatoliy Mik-
hailov responded to pleas from a
group of youngsters and signed
autographs.
Tamara Press, the Russian wo-
man shot put champion, walked
with Stanford Coach Payton Jor-
dan and tossed the iron sphere up
and down in her hand, much as
you would a tennis ball.
"I've never seen so much spec-
tator interest in the training,"
Jordan declared. "There wasn't
this much in Moscow in 1958."
Top Crowds
Jordan was an assistant coach
for the United States team in that
meet which started this interna-
tional competition. It drew crowds

totaling 105,000 for the meet. The
following year in Philadelphia, the
attendance was 54,000 and last
year in Russia hit 130,000.
With Stanford Stadium having
a capacity in the 100,000 range,
that 130,000 could be exceeded in
the two days.
Coaches John Oelkers of the
Yankees and Gavriel Korobkov of.
the Soviets must decide at noon
today on their final lineups for
the meet. After that there can be
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