BOB FELLER AND JACKIE ROBINSON The doors at the Baseball Halls of Fame open for two more baseball immortals - Bob Feller and Jackie Robinson. Bob Feller meets fans and pitches on the field in Cleveland. Jackie Robinson playing in Brooklyn for the Dodgers. He steals home against Yogi Bera and Whitey Ford of the Yankees in the 1955 World Series opener.
NICKLAUS WINS MASTERS BY A STROKE The Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga., totes a bag of thrills for the record crowd as golf's top aces battle right down to the wire. It's the 23-year-old Jack Nicklaus who comes out on top as he comes through the final round with even par and 286 for the tourney. He's one happy fellow as he puts on the winner's jacket.
PALMER WINS TITLE ON PLAY-OFF HOLE Competition is stiff right down to the last hole of the Thunderbird Classic Invitational Golf Tournament at Westchester Country Club. Arnold Palmer ends up tied with Paul Harney on the last hole. They go into a sudden-death playoff and Palmer sinks his putt to pick up the win after Harney misses.
YANKS WIN WORLD SERIES OPENER At Yankee Stadium, before a crowd of 70,000, Whitey Ford's hurling holds the hopeful Milwaukee Braves to one run, while the timely hitting of Hank Bauer and Gerry Coleman provide the margin of victory for the perennial New Yorkers.
1963 WORLD SERIES OF BASEBALL The Los Angeles Dodgers (ex-Brooklyn bums) give the New York Yankees the bum's rush in the first two games of the World Series. In the first game, left hander, Sandy Koufax sets a Series mark as he strikes out 15 Yankees. With the New Yorkers' vaunted power throttled, the Dodgers go on to down the World Champions 5 to 2. The second day is almost a replay of the first. Again--it's fine Dodger pitching and they, not the Yankees, are again the power at the plate. Before it's over the Dodgers are on top, 4 to 1, and lead the Yankees two games to none as they head for the West Coast.
COMEDY TEAM IN SOFTBALL TILT The cast of "Hellzapoppin," Broadway comedy hit, take on a Robert Ripley team in a softball game--and what a goofy event it is. The players are well-known, but their antics are new.
POLO GROUNDS CLOSES The Polo Grounds is about to give way to arnhousing development. The Mets play their last game there before moving to a new stadium. Except for a few football games in the fall crowds will no longer pour into the Polo Grounds. Casey Stengel, with his wife waves farewell to the Stadium.
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