The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on June 22, 1969 · Page 37
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Sunday, June 22, 1969
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Sunday, June 22, 1969 TOE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER ;:5 vwn n u, v .-J ,4 - " - 'vv. f if C V . IV -AP Wirephoto Jacklin Shows His Disdain ... As he just misses the cup for an eagle on the 5th hole during Saturday's third round. Douglass Paces Kemper Golfers ; CHARLOTTE, N. C. (UPI) Dale Douglass, whose only I tournament victory came i earlier this year here in ! North Carolina at "the : Azalea Open, grabbed the ; third-round of the $150,000 'Kemper Open Saturday by sinking a final-hole birdie putt for a 9-under-par 207. The 33-year-old Douglass, a pro for nearly a decade before getting his first win at Wilmington, N. C, in April, shot a 4-under-par 63 over the sun-baked Quail Hollow course to take a one-stroke lead over Masters champion George Archer and New Zealand lefthander Bob Charles, both at 208. The dark, lanky Douglass, who has won nearly $50,000 this year and who could move among the top six money winners by grabbing the $30,000 top prize here, started the day locked in an eight-way tie for second place, a stroke behind second-round leader Charles. A scrambling, seven-birdie, three-bogie round had Douglass in and out of the lead throughout the long, hot afternoon. But he moved into a tie with Archer by sinking a 10-foot birdie putt at no. 16 then went in front with another 18-footer at 18. "Even though I made a lot of birdies, I was all over the course today," Douglass said. "I'll try to change that in the final round Sunday." Lionel Hebret, coming out of nowhere with birdies on the last two holes shot a five-under-par 67 Saturday to tie for fourth place at 209 with England's Tony Jacklin who shot a 70 and Australian Bruce Crampton who had a 69. None of the 81 golfers in the third round were able to take advantage of the $100,000 bonus offered to the pro who made a hole-in-one at the 190-yard 17th hole. Former Masters champ Bob Goalby came the closest, almost hitting the pin, and only three others were even close enough to birdie the par-3 hole. The Leaders: Dale Douqlass '. . 69-70-68-207 Bob Charles 68-70-70-208 Georqe Archer 67-73-68-208 Bruce Crampton 72-68-69-209 Tony Jacklin 70-69-70-209 Lionel Hebert 70-72-67-209 Julius Boros 71-72-67-210 Gary Player 70-73-67-210 Dan Sikes 72-67-71-210 lee Trevino 70-69-71-210 Georqe Knudson 71-69-70-210 Joel Goldstrand 71-72-68-211 Huqh Royer 73-69-69-211 Bert Greene 70-71-70-211 Bruce Devlin 69-70-72-211 Bert Yancey 71-72-69-212 Bob Murphy 71-71-70-212 Bob Payne 69-70-73-212 Tom Weiskopf 69-71-72-212 Bobby Greenwood 70-75-68-213 Joe Carr 71-72-70-213 Pete Brown 72-70-71-213 Larry Zieqler 70-73-70-213 Jack McGowan v. 71-71-71-213 Charles Coody 73-69-71-213 Jim Colbert -. . 68-73-72-213 Huqh Inqqs 72-68-72-213 Don Bies 70-71-72-213 Phil Rodqers 67-74-72-213 Douq Sanders 69-71-73-213 Sam Snead 70-69-74-213 8illy Maxwell 73-71-70-214 Hale Irwin 70-74-70-214 Arnold Palmer 73-71-70-214 Frank Boynton 70-73-71-214 Bob Goalby V. 68-75-71-214 Mason Rudolph 69-70-75-214 BRAKES REUfJED VACATION TIME! Hove Your Brakes, Front End and Shocks Safety . .... a m Checked Never A unarge ror inspecTion QCEI33E 1.141 j.rm Power Brakes Slightly Higher Includes Labor & Bonded Linings: All 4 Wheels THIS IS WHAT YOU GET F0RI595 ALL FOR $1595 Relim all 4 Wheels Incl. Material and Labor Inspect Drums Wheel Cylinders Check Master Cyl.-A.dd Fluid Inspect Seals and Bearings Check Steering and Test Drive Free Brake Adjustment lor Lite ol Linings. U.S., German Boxers Meet Here Friday Four Ohioans, including three Cincinnatians, will be part of the United States Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) boxing team which will meet the West German Olympic team Friday night at Cincinnati Gardens. The Cincinnati members include Johnny North, Morris Jordan and Ray Russell. North, a former Golden Gloves champion, will fight in the 132-pound division. Jordan, another Gloves titlist, goes in the 156-pound class. Russell, who has never appeared in Cincinnati, comes from the U. S. Marine Corps where he won all-Marine and All-Service titles in the 178-pound division. Russ is a graduate of North College Hill High School. The other Ohioan is 24-year-old Ernie Shaver of Warren. In the three years he has campaigned as an amateur, Shaver has posted a 19-4 record as a heavyweight and has recorded 14 knockouts. Another Cincinnatian, Charlie Brown, Is one of two coaches of the U. S. team. He Is the head coach of the Marine squad at ( 1 w it Among Yank Fighters In Friday 3Iatclies Here . . . from left, Ray Russell, Morris Jordan and Ernie Shaver ary chairman of the June 27 program sponsored by the Jaycees for the Mentally Retarded, announced that Colonel Don Hull, executive director of the na-national AAU, will be guest speaker at a "Weigh-in" luncheon at the Sheraton Gibson on Wednesday. At the noon affair Hull; Emil Kerbler. chief of delegates for the West Germans! Gault; West German team manager Gerg Graf and Marine Corps sergeant Ray Rogers will receive presentations of Olympic Trophy buckle belts from Miller Belts, Ltd. of Cincinnati During their stay in Cincinnati members of both boxing teams will be guests of the Cincinnati Club. Tickets for the bouts. first international AAU event ever held in Cincinnati, may be purchased at the Cincinnati Gardens ticket office, the H. & S. Pogue Company or from any member of the Cincinnati Junior Chamber of Commerce. Prices range from $2 to $4. Truck or Crawler CRANE RENTALS to 165-Ton Check our Rates Dravo-Doyle Company 2601 Preble Avenue Pittsburgh, Pa. 15233 412-322-4500 Camp LeJeune, N. C. The other U. S. coach Is Robert (Pappy) Gault, head coach of the U. S. Olympic team at Mexico City last summer. The West German team, coached by Dieter Wem-honer, includes several well-known European amateurs, including Herman Klee and Dieter Renz. Klee, from Baden, Germany, is his nation's amateur feather-weight champ. He has had 142 bouts span ning a 15-year ring career, and he has lost only 16. Roily Schwartz, president of the Ohio AAU and honor- mm. ALE LAK Stocking CATFISH & CARP JUNCTION 275 mi 4. SPRINGDAlt. OHIO UL. CIN. 771-9S77. HAM. S93-40J1 HIIMtVI 13 Lm rriaat.riia if '''''mmimmMmlS. 0''" Xf Qmpr with Itwti lhrwkut fh4 Untt4 Slatn, Carwajl ftt1 Nri Kit kggajf. mum itmmm uj L Aj 4 year S!'A,A flit? i TWIN JET AUTO AIR CONDITIONER 'IWfl fcrlV It Jr fiVwy puncfuring obcts auto- f iJffl$ f mmmm : 1 GUARANTEE 2o&W T'SiV rr.i Wfcz I Iin Squirrel cagc m fih F IVXISS lVilM,,, X Famous York Com- "J I ftPJf !s--a!? ?vViX KAM- I InMitoM-nti H pressor II X X4-,l : J i S"8 lWPW- 1 FISK ' V1Umn LJ jC sittllmton j WTtlMrffWl i . " PmlTes''CI owlcw CUSTOM UNITS I OR PICK-UP . 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