Sport: Scoreboard, Aug. 23, 1954

¶ In Chicago, Bob Toski, 27, hard-hitting, 127-lb. pro from Livingston, N.J., shot a steady 14-under-par for a null total of 274 to win the Tam O'Shanter World Championship of Golf and a first prize worth $100,000 in cash and exhibition fees. Tied for second, just one stroke and $90,000 behind: Texan Earl Stewart and New Yorker Jack Burke.

¶ At Saratoga Springs, N.Y., everything was breaking right for Horseman C. V. ("Sonny") Whitney. In the first two weeks of the Saratoga meeting, his thoroughbreds started in 25 races, were first under the wire three times in a single afternoon, carried...

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