Scoreboard: Who Won Sep. 25, 1964

> Tony Lema, 30: the World Series of Golf, shooting a two-under-par 138 at the Firestone Country Club in Akron. "Champagne Tony," the British Open winner, fired a last-round 68, coasted to a five-stroke victory and the biggest paycheck in golf: $50,000. It was all "unofficial" as far as the Professional Golfers' Association was concerned, but the victory boosted Lema's 1964 win nings to $122,555 — ranking him ahead of the two top "official" moneywinners, Arnold Palmer ($110,743) and Jack Nicklaus ($101,917).

>Boston College: a stunning 21-14 victory over Syracuse, the East's No. 1-ranked team in preseason college-football polls, in...

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