Sport: Scoreboard, Nov. 4, 1957

if Tokyo's delicately landscaped Kasumigaseki (Sea Mist) golf course, with its 200-year-old pine trees, its wiry Korai-grass greens, and its slight but well-stacked female caddies, was too much for the occidental stars competing for the Canada Cup. While U.S. Tourists Sam ("Mr. Sneado") Snead and Jimmy Demaret paced the visitors with a respectable 72-hole total of 566, pudgy Torakichi Nakamura teamed up with Manchurian-born Koichi Ono to score an incredible 557. Said an observer of the Japanese: "I never saw such putting in my life." Said Mr. Sneado: "I never saw better caddies...

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