Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 21, 1979 · Page 87
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page 87

Rochester, New York
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Sunday, October 21, 1979
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ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE Sunday, Oct. 21, 1979 7E Strange leads after course-record 62 Associated Press Golfer Curtis Strange charged out of the pack yesterday with a course-record 10-under-par 62 to grab the lead after three rounds of the $200,000 Pensacola (Fla.) Open. Strange holds a one-shot lead over former U.S. Open champion Orville Moody, who birdied the final two holes for a four-under-par 68. Strange has a three-day total of 14-under-par 202. ! One shot behind Moody, at 204, is a group of four golfers Bill Kratzert, -tour rookie Mike Nicolette. John Ma-haffey and Dan Pohl. Second-round leader Morris Hatalsky fired an even-par 72 but lost ground and trails the leader by three shots. Rochester's Terry Diehl shot a three-under-par round of 69, and with a 207 total trails Strange by seven shots. Strange blistered the 7,133-yard Perdido Bay Country Club course with six birdies on the front nine for a 30. He , added a birdie at 11 and had three straight birdies at the 14th, 15th and 16th holes to go with eight pars to better the course and tournament record by two shots. "I'm like that," Strange said. "I just get hot and the birdies seem to come in bunches. It's my best round my most consistent round since joining the tour," Strange, a 24-year-old former Wake Forest golfer, has won $102,368 so far this year but is still looking for his first career tour win. "I hate to say this but I think the course owed it to me," Strange said. "I played the same way the first two days but was only four under. The difference today was that my putts fell." Strange broke the course record held by four golfers, including Hatalsky and Kratzert, who began the tournament by firing 64s. . Kush incident complex The firing of Frank Kush, Arizona State University's winningest football coach, has triggered a barrage of repercussions including financial influence, intimidation and deceit that could bring the Pac-10 school under scrutiny by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. ''You've heard only the tip of the iceberg," a source close to the investigation said as a federal judge in Phoenix heard testimony that Kush punched . Kevin Rutledge and then asked his assistant coaches and players to protect him through perjury if necessary. .; Kush, 50, winner of 78 percent of his games in 22 years as Arizona State head coach, denies slugging the player or asking anyone to lie. He blames the mess on Rick Lynch, a drag-race promoter whom Kush said swore to get Kush fired when the coach "tried to run him off" fpr interfering with players. Lynch admits telephoning the mothers of several players, taking injured players to private doctors instead of the team physician and loaning money to the players. "NCAA legislation would definitely apply to situations involving money provided to student athletes," said Steve Morgan, NCAA executive assistant. "We're aware of the situation through the news media. We can't even comment whether we would be pursuing anything further." 1 Horse racing roundup . General Assembly took command in the stretch and went on to a two-length victory in the 40th running of the $80,325 Vosburgh Stakes at Aqueduct in New York. morning briefing The son ,ipf Secretariat, the only 3-year-old in the field of six, carried 123 pounds, including' jockey Jacinto Vas-quez, over he seven furlongs in 1:21, four-fifths, of a second off Dr. Fager's stakes and (track, record set 11 years ago. f- Tartan Stable's Dr. Patches, 126, with jockejr Angel Cordero Jr., finished second by three-quarters of a length ovep Elmendorf Farm's Syncopate, 126, Who made a late rush along the rail under Lafitt Pincay Jr. Then came Star De Nastra, Whatsyourplea-sure and Topsidei. - French-owned and trained Northern Baby, a 9-1 shot ridden by Phillip Paquet, won the $120,000 Champion Stakes in Newmarket, England by 1V4 lengths ovc' Town and Country, a 20-1 outsider. . ; j ' f Tons, at 4-year-old chestnut colt ridden by Tim Rosier, took the $7,100 featured eighth race at Finger Lakes Race Track in Farmington. Zepha was second and t-aoghire was third in the eight-horse field.; The winner covered the mile and 70 yards in 1:47 1-5 to return $14, $7! and $5. Al Unser, Mears winners Al Unser led most of the way, fought off only one'sj serious challenge from brother Bobby Unser, and won the 26th annual Bobby, Ball 150 for Indianapolis-style carsat Phoenix International Raceway. t! ' The race was the last of the season on the Championship Auto Racing Teams schedule, and 1979 Indianapolis 500 winner Rijck Mears emerged as the first CART season-long champion. Mears finished third in the race behind teammate Bobby Unser, who in turn was runrier-up for the CART title. Al Unser's average winning speed was 123.203 miles per hour as he led on all but 12 of the 150 one-mile laps. The only time he lost the lead, to brother Bobby, was when he made one of his two pit stops for fuel. The Unser brothers started side by side in the front row, with Bobby on the pole. 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