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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - January 16, 1962, Darmstadt, HesseTogo 18 the stars and stripes v a a 1 238 Jacobs vanquished Pott on first playoff Hole for san Diego open Crown of san Diego a Young Tom my Jacobs beat Johnny Pott in Sodden death playoff sunday to win the $25,000 san Diego open Golf tournament. The hed-4o-head extra Hole due Between the 26-year-old rivals ended abruptly on the 347-Yard first Hole of the stardust country dab when Jacobs flank a dramatic 14 foot putt for a Birdie three after pick up Midwest Loop adds 3 nines Chicago a the Cleat d a Kolweit league hat expanded to10 teams with the admittance of three members of the disbanded Law 3 three i league. Dutch Hoffman president of the Midwest league said the new members will be officially admitted to the league tuesday. All 10 Tea share working agreements with major league clubs. The league now Bas seven Mem Bers from Iowa Clinton Dubuque Waterloo Davenport. Burlington Keokuk and Cedar rapids two from Illinois Quincy and Decatur and Fox cities representing wis Consin. The newcomers from the three i league which was disbanded recently Are Cedar rapids. Burling ton and Fox cities. The Midwest league will play schedule at 126 games beginning May 6, the season will be split into two halves with the winners of each half playing a three of Pott had paired the Hole. Jacobs moved into the picture when he shot a Sec under Par 65 and posted his 277 for the regulate a 73 Boles. Pott was in the last threesome to finish and came in with a to match the 277. The complexion of tha tournament changed completely in the final nine Boles play As both Mike Souchak and Bob Goalby the leaders afr 63holes, fell Back in the drive of the 9500 first prize Svachak wound up with ago aloy 71. Both tied at 273 with Jay Hebert who also had a 7l sandwiched Between them were George Bayer whose spectacular 64 was the lowest round of the tournament and Art Wall who had a 70 for totals of 278.? neither Pott nor Jacobs was much in evidence at the turn into the final nine. It appeared to Bea race Between Souchak who led by a stroke starting out at noon and Goalby the Leader through the first two rounds. Walt and Pott were Only a stroke Back while Jacobs was unnoticed three shots away at that stage. Previous Success this was the Only recent major Victory for Jacobs whose Only other win was in the Denver open to 1938. Pott starred at Louisiana state As a collegian. His big previous wins in Money Golf were in the Dallas and West Palm Beach open sin i960 Jacobs who starred at the University of Southern California was five strokes off the Pace actually in 15th place beginning this round. This was the second straight tie in the san Diego open. Arnold Palmer Defeated Ai balding in the same extra Hole fashion a year ago the winners Tuny a it. Jet by it 71-47-tht277 out m-7i-7m4-0 sch art.1mb Tipoai ism of two 15 0 five series Vorpi Enship. The league Cham Kumjan cs-tt-73 712jb it Job Gry pm Tow 69-s6-7i-72288 $900 Douf Tvan s8-7i-73-tt28t Erich a 7i-63-7i-w280 pm cum Bdl 71-68-71-70280 Ai Fritz Tim 68-71 71-71-zm bad Holkar. 63-7i-7j-Hnt so it Volt. 69-72-69-71291 it to Nick Tui. 72-69-74.6721 2 Babby Nibali 70-70-74-6&2s2 Ai a i Tae 74-c9-71-4s2sz 15sm but Cit air. 72-70-71-wsk cd Utt Tor 7�-77-7t-6�2s2 Brar Kant 3-70-71-72mb ts9t 0m Moi Almli. 70-s-72-712 3 by Tetart. S3-77-73-f�2j Gumti a Tantrum 70-6s-74-7�u3 pfc Mutaf Stibr 70-72-71-70w an a dlr 72-69-72-783s3 �-7b-73-7lmj .7l-7l 70-7tm Ellul 71-?9-11-72213 i. Win to iraqi of Flo Lwft cuts putters Assn. Lists Cross country slate Fayetteville . A the professional putters association has announced a Cross coun try tournament schedule featured by the National putting championship in Cincinnati june30-july l other dates new Orleans feb. 24-25, 55,000 Savannah a june 2, $5,000 High Point , june 9-1q, $3,000 Long Island , june 16-17. $5.000 Cleveland. June23-24. $5,000 Bristol Terni july 7-8, $3jo� 55,000 los $5,000, Houston Angeles july july 21-22, 28-29, Holmberg joins Field for Philly tournament Philadelphia a Ron Holmberg the nation s seventh ranked Tennis player has entered the Philadelphia invitational ten Nis tournament to be held Jan.20-2l Holmberg an army private has been granted a weekend pass from his base at West Point . Others in the Field include no. 1-ranked Whitney Reed and no. 4-ranked Jon Douglas. Ges inti pro los Angeles a with two seconds left. Johnny Unitas tossed a 12-Yard touchdown pass to Jon Arnett sunday to give the favored West a 31-30 Corae from behind Victory Over the East in the National football league pro bowl the scoring toss provided a wild Climax to one of the most hectic pro bowl games history. Few minutes before Jim Brown a Cleveland Shook off four tacklers and rambled 70 Yards to a touch Down to put the East ahead. 30 2.minutes after Brown s scoring Romp electrified the Coll eur crowd of 37,409. The big Furback g to play los Angeles a i was the third Choice receiver on the play and nearly Tost the Ball in the Sun said Jon Arnett the los Angeles halfback was describing How he caught Johnny Unitas game winning pass in the final two seconds of the pro Bow game sunday to give the West a 31-30 Victory Over the East. But i Don t care what i was As Long As we get the big Check Arnett said with a smile. The win gave each member of Ion Arnett. Sett Choice receiver he West All Star squad 5800, and the easterners collected $600apiece. Anstett said of the payoff pitch Lenny Moore and Jerry re Chow were the primary targets and i was sort of a Decoy. While Unitas dodged Back and Forth i just kept heading Down the Arnett said he was worried about potting the Ball i was in the worst part of the Field because of Glare from the Sun. But luckily caught a glimpse of the Ball in the Clear sky and grabbed it the wests coach. Norm Van Brocklin Rookie Pilot of the Minnesota Vikings accepted congratulations and hugged the game Ball his trophy. It s Nice to have Unitas win Hornung tops Hickok ballot new York up Pawl Hornung who played a key role in helping the Green Bay parkers to the National football league championship was named Winner monday for the month of december in the balloting for the Hickok professional athlete of the year award Horning with 86 first place votes accumulated 283 Points to 94 for Runn Ernp Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia warriors basketball team. Gene Fullmer co middleweight Champion was third with 63points. The Winner of the $10,000 Diamond studded Belt emblematic of the athlete of the year will be announced Jan. 22 at Rochester n1f. One for you instead of beating Yon like that said Van Brocklin. Who also praised Bill George. Chicago Bear linebacker for giving the West the Chance to get Back the game. We were All Yelling tackle that Ball and George yanked it Rightout of Jim Brown s hand. That s the Only Chance we had a Fumble and it turned out our Van Brocklin praised Brown the East s bulldozing Rudback and said on his Long touchdown run we were in a Short yardage de sense and he just cracked us apart,1 he said of Brown s record to Yard scoring Gallop in the. Final period i be seen Jim do that so often i be come to expect it. He s a tremendous player. He weighs 220, has a sprinter s Speed and and the Power in the world. That s Toug to b r o w it was congratulated by newsmen for being voted player of the game the big fullback who broke several bowl record by gaining 120 Yards in 13 carries fora 9.25 average commented thanks Bat did you say player of the game it Nast be been f am Bler of the Jim said of his last minute Fum ble v it was sort of a wedge play into the line and i was still on my feet when somebody Bill George of Chicago a fled the Ball out of i m sick about letting our team Down like that after the great comeback they Brown who has hinted he might retire to work Folt time with a soft drink firm was asked about his plans for next season. To Don t know what in do he said. Chi make up my mind in about a month after talking to people in the company. The giants Andy Robu Teul was continued to Page to i miss Creed takes South links meet Ormond Beach Fla. A playing in the 33rd annual South Atlantic women s Golf Totton Anent for the. First time 23-year-old Clifford Ann Creed of Alexandria la., won it sunday with a 3 and 1 final round Victory Over Maureen Crum Plant City. Fla. Miss Creed a former school teacher closed out the scheduled 36-Hoie title match with a 5-foot Birdie putt on the 35tli Given miss Creed shot seven birdies during the Day five in the after noon round. However the Moat spectacular shot of the Day a 45 oot of Rife putt was scored by miss Crum women s physical education instructor at Florida state univer sity. 1"1 to Vij i a to i w was. A named. Player of clock was routine Loose from the tackle by Theof Chicago George also about a mate the West s Batt then the Yards to Chi Sagov a then 1c Yards Lenny Moore. Left a Unitas pass incomplete. ,. As the second set Unitas want halfback Arnett the end zone. Jim Martin of Detroit j fourth conversion for thet l it was an Over / it was & sad Day for i 7. A Tittle the Back from the in a losing cause. His plays Beauty foxy. Down passes of nine an and engineered several marches. When Brown fun final minute the of Tang his helmet to and marched off the few i to the game was not of i far As football of corned. But stand a National Tec with Many thirds wild final period. Intercepts. Brown s touchdown the old pro bawl Yards set by the Ameche in 1958l the was tackled on Thesan Francisco s Abe a i lurched Over for the it was the third Down for the East came a 24-16 deficit t win the game . In the first period a train Lane of Detroit a Tittle pass and Cahoj or a touchdown. Ita bowl interception 33 Yards set by the Dillon to 1958. I the game played Breezy 70-degree weal Ovi Frojd Many spots in the of card Ackers Henry Jordan batted Dawn a conversion Fco trued on Nifon seeks i to manage Lisbon new took Vii Len said sunday had applied to thl Vania state ath Tea for m License to heavyweight Niton of Ridley Fark i would pro Bobyr a so before any act Nav by he comm Syfan hate is a stouts. 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