Colt PBA Open - Archived Standings
$31,000 COLT PBA OPEN
Unitas Lanes, Glenn Burnie, Maryland, Mar 3-7, 1964
Baltimore First For Tuttle
Tommy Tuttle, the ex-tobacco inspector from King, N.C., captured his first PBA tournament championship by winning the $31,000 Baltimore Open.
Tuttle racked up Dick Downey of Bloomfield, N.J., 245-212, in the title match after taking care of Jerry McCoy, 204-163, and Sam Baca, 236-172, in the televised finals. Baca defeated McCoy, 257-197, in the other match.
McCoy bettered a PBA match-game record when he won 14. and tied one of his 16 games in the head-to-head competition. Lewis Ray owned the mark of 14-2 set in Baltimore in 1963.
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: Tuttle defeated Downey, 245-212. ROUND ROBIN: Baca defeated McCoy, 257-197; Tuttle defeated McCoy, 204-163; Tuttle defeated Baca, 236-172. 24 GAMES