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Arizona Daily Sun (Newspaper) - June 8, 1960, Flagstaff, Arizona Take Anything for Granted' Floyd Learned From Ingo 'How to Wear the Crown NEWTOWN, Conn. (NEA) Floyd Patterson trains in a baro- que night club with phony turrets at the end of a winding country road that every one is sure to miss. Tt is a tense camp, with trainer Dan Florio barking at a Swedish reporter for snapping too many photos that he'll "take back to Johansson." Patterson, the former heavyweight champion, doesn't smile during the routine grind of his workouts. He cools off in the kitchen, dressed in terry cloth robe, sipping tea with milk and sugar. As always, he answers questions softly, politely'and with candor. This is what we put to him: seeing films of the first fight with Ingemar Johans- how do you feel about him hitting you on head? the back of the Lect yourself at all times, I've always felt somewhat soiry for my opponents. Like me, they have a family. I remember once I cut a guy's eye. Another punch there might have ended his career, so. I stayed away from it. If I had Ingemar in the same condition he had me, I might In front of him before throwing the punch. anything about the films impress you, like getting up from the floor seven times? that didn't impress me. I was impressed you know, I was not impressed by anything I seen on that film. Machen says the way to fight Johansson is from a crouch and crowd him. That right? went one round. 1 went three. I'm better qqualifiecl than Machen on how to fight him. Q -Docs Ingemar have to knock referee tells you to pro- you out to beat you? Art Wai I Jr. Back Again To Fret U.S. Open Field By THE ASSOCIATED TKESS Art Wall Jr. is back, so the 149 other qualifiers had better keep a wary eye on him in the National Open golf championship at the Cherry Hills Country Club in Den- ver June 16-18. The slim pro from Pocono Man- or, Pa., was leading money win- ner on the tour last year, his list of victories including the Masters. year he was handicapped by an ailing knee, and has played comparatively little. He was un- able to defend his Master's crown. Fine Season Expected at Winslow Pool WINSLOW (Special) Pool Director Emil G. Nasser is confi- dent of a fine summer season for the .Winslow Municipal Pool. Hi: assistant lifeguard will Cran- ston Hysong. Office attendants are Gayle Kasulaitis, Dee Anna Fer- gus and Susie Nichols. Much work has been done getting the pool into shape. They have worked over the well and have been getting the pumps into con- dition. Later in- the season there will be night swimming, possibly two -nights a week, Nasser said. Also the pool will be available to civic or church groups for a nom- inal rental fee. Director Nasser stressed par- ents must not send children under six years of age to the pool with- out supervision. He does not have the personnel to act as baby sit- ters for toddlers. Children under six are allowed into the pool area free of charge provided they are accompanied by a person old enough to take care of them. Pool hours will be from 1 until 8 p.m. except Thursday when it will be closed for the weekly clean up operations. But Tuesday ho shot a torrid i-63 ever the Twin Hills course in Oklahoma City to top he 34 qualifiers from that sec- .ion, and be nine strokes better than the low scorers of any of the 12 other districts. Wall's 128 was 14 strokes under par for the two rounds over the 71 layout, and was achieved through 15 birdies and going over par only once. He needed only" 46 putts. A total of 91 players qualified in nine districts Tuesday. Thirty- eight qualified in thr play in four districts Monday, making the to- tal for the two days 123. Twenty- one were 'qualified automatically. The Oklahoma section was the focal point of the day's play, with 34 players being qualified there, including many oi the current touring pros. There were a few casualties among the "name" players. Jack- ie Burke Jr., of Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., lost out in a playpff at Ok- lahoma City, and A! Besselink of Grossinger, N.Y., Hillman Rob- btns of Memphis, Tenn.; Bill Col- lins of Baltimore and Don Jan- uary of Dallas also failed to make 'the grade there. At Dearborn, Mich., Denny Shute and Bob Irnnan failed the test, and former Open Champion Lew Worsham didn't make it at Landover, Md. Three rounds wasn't long enough to tell how good a boxer he is. I found him to be a very good defensive fighter. his punching? couldn't tell you. I never did see the first punch that knock- ed me down and after that I was partially dazed, Q-You defend your peekaboo style, yet how could a trained fighter facing his opponent square fail to see a punch thrown straight at him? I have respect for an opponent, I see everything In the ring extra sharp, coming and go- ing. Against Johansson, for the first time since since I was an amateur, I had no respect. you stale for the first fight? A-Any statements like that vould be derogatory toward Jo- lansson. It would dishonor what le's won. The same thing might have happened no matter what condition I was in. don't talk like a man with confidence. like to keep mine in here. (Patterson pointed to his tummy.) why do you always say "if I win" instead of "when never take anything foi granted. I remember distinctlj !ast time I never told anybody I could beat the man. I don't talk that way. you have any special pjfns? have many plaris and wil use them as I need them. The first time I just went in there to fight. I do my host. If that's not enough, he's just a better fighter ihere any difference in your training for this fight? had much more boxing las time. Many as seven rounds a day Every training session was i fight. Now it's a lesson. I think mure. now if you win? took a Swede to come a] the way over here to show me hot to wear the crown. AT l-EAST, AT LOOK'S LIKE A THE SUN Flagstaff, Ariz. Wednesday, June 9 TOO Late fo Classify )NE bedroom. One or peo- plc. No pels. 41G W. Juniper. 1-bcdroom apart- ment. 17 S. Can be seen after 5 p. m. 34-tf JAC10US, 3 bedroom, IVi bath, fireplace, fenced yard. 5125. PK 4-G3S3. 33-8 LEGAL NOTICES Ancient Casey Gefs MD's OJcay 'Svengali of the Dugout Back, and Yankees Win! NEW YORK Casey Sten- gel, the Svengali o[ the dugout, is back in operation and the prospect of thing: to come would make strong men cringe. The ancient skipper of the New York Yankees was given his phy- sician's okay to return to the helm Tuesday and his operatives promptly belted the Chicago White Sox, 5-2. "I'm gonna make a lot of he rasped today, look- ing up and down the Yankee rost- er. "For six weeks I let all my guys play their positions. Now I'm gonna move them around-" Did Coach Ralph Houk, his heir-apparent, and the other mem- bers of the staff tell him what was going on while he was bedded down? "What can they tell he snorted. "I might have been in the hospital, but I cmi still sue pretty good and I watched almost all the games on television. "Some very strange things went on out there in the late innings. The club stood around waiting for the ball game to be handed to it. Sooner or latu things start to hap- pen, by the other guy, the tourna- ment is over and my guys are back if the club house." NOTICE OK SALE IX BULK NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN hat 1IELVIN
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