Scoreboard: Who Won Jan. 31, 1964

> Thailand's Pone Kingpetch, 27: his third world flyweight (112 Ibs.) championship, beating Japan's Hiroyuki Ebihara, who knocked him out in one round last September, by a split decision, in Bangkok's steaming (90°) Rajdamnern Stadium.

> Tony Lema, 29: the $40,500 Bing Crosby National, by three strokes, at Pebble Beach, Calif. Drenching rain and gale-force winds played havoc with scores. Arnold Palmer took a 9 on a par-3 hole. Bob Rosburg 6-putted on one hole, and Bob Harrison scored an even 100 for the last 18. "My sense of humor saved me," said "Champagne Tony," who collected $5,800 and promptly threw...

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