Sport: Scoreboard: Aug. 10, 1962

≫ Ted Kroll, 43, who had not won a major tournament since 1956 (the year he was pro golf's top money-winner with $72,835), shot a ten-under-par 278 to win a two-stroke victory in the $30,000 Canadian Open. Kroll's victory was worth $4,300. U.S. Open Champion Jack Nicklaus (TIME cover, June 29) collected fifth-place money of $1,450, preserved his remarkable record of having finished in the money in every P.G.A. tournament.

≫ Tuning up for the final trials to pick a defender for the America's Cup, the U.S. 12-meters took turns showing their sterns to one...

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