Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 12, 1969 · Page 9
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Phi Phcewent Conrittoe At Augasta Coarse Cause Masters GoH Scores To Skyrocket AUGUSTA. G«. (AP) - The thrtc-min dawn patrol that toun Augusta National in guarded Mcrecy can turn the huh. wide open layout into · nightmare for the world'i best folfen. And since officials of the ctub take (reat pride in Augusta National's reputation as one of golf's toughest challenges, the dawn patrol often gets downright mean during the Masters. The dawn patrol is the Masters' pin-placement committee, and the trio of Augusta National m«mben take their work seriously. Nobody else-- not even club members, curious sports writers or caddies-- is alowed to accompany the patrol on its 11- hole tour at daybreak. The committee decides where the pin should be at each hole, and those decisions can be the difference between a 68 and a 75-- which is now Jack Nicklaus' scores changed from Thursday's opening round to Friday's action. "I think the Masters' people were unhappy with the low scores Thursday and decided to get even." said South Africa's Gary Player describing the pin placements Friday as "the toughest I have ever seen." Player, who said he played as well in the second round as he ever had at the Masters, shot « 70 "and anybody who broke 70 had to have a really hot putter." Nicklaus, the Golden Bear rivals claim was born for the course, said, "I've never seen it tougher." Bruce Devlin, the Australian Torre Trade Proves Valuable To Cardinals As They Take First New Season Victory NEW YORK (AP) - Three year-old Lauren Torre, says her father, is a little actress. "She stayed up waiting for me to come home and told me how much she missed me," said Joe Torre, who hadn't seen his family for a couple of weeks until he arrived in New York Thursday night with the St. Louis Cardinals. Now. he hopes he's on his way toward making the Atlanta Braves miss him. Ramay Blows Asii At Russellville's ( RUSSELLVILLE - For the second time in as many meetings, the Ramay Indians were victorious over the rival Darby Rangers as the Indians took meet honors over seven other junior high teams here yesterday. Ramay took the sweepstakes trophy plus two relay trophies as they accumulated three of the four trophies presented, losing only the mile relay where they placed second to Darby. The Indians also tied or broke four Whirlwind Records in racking up their winning 68 point total. Ramay's 440 relay teams con- Scores Today's Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National League East Division W L Pet. GB Chicago 4 0 1.000 -Pittsburgh 4 0 1.000 -New York 2 2 .500 2 Montreal I 3 .250 3 St. Louis 1 3 .250 3 Philadelphia .. 0 4 .000 4 West Division Atlanta 4 0 1.000 -San Diego 3 1 .750 1 Los Angeles ... 2 1 .667 l'/i Cincinnati 1 2 .333 2Vi San Francisco . 1 3 .250 3 Houston 0 4 .000 4 Friday's Results Atlanta 6, Cincinnati 4 I.os Angeles 9. Houston 3 Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 1 St Louis 6, New York 5 Chicago 1. Montreal 0, 12 innings San Francisco 8, San Diego 0 Todav's Games St. Louis at New York Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Montreal at Chicago Braves March 17 for Orlando Cepeda, lashed a single, double and homer Friday as the Cardinals won their first game of the season, a 6-5 decision over the New York Mets. It was a particularly satisfying performance to the 28-year- old first baseman because he had stroked only one hit in 14 at-hats in the first three games, all losses to Pittsburgh. le Competitors yclone Relays sisting of James Guess, Darrell Edmonson. Leroy Duell and Billy Joe Willis tied the meet record with a 46.6 clocking. The same tracksters gave R a m a y another record in the 880 relay when they turned in a time of 1:37.2. S p e e d s t e r Guess brought home the other two records as he fired from his starting blocks for a 24 flat performance in the preliminaries and a 24.1 in the finals of the 220 yard dash. In the 440 yard dash he smashed the existing record with a 53.1. Guess also netted a 10.7 performance in the 100 yard dash for a third place finish. Edmnn- ston added two points to the Indian total with a fourth place finish behind Guess in the 440 yard dash. Other Indians who turned in excellent efforts were W i l l i s who captured second in the shot with a 52-3 toss, John MMIs with a 5-2 in the high jur . Gary Justice 11-6 and Tony Dillon 10-f in the pole vault for second and third places. Guynn with a 15.: in the 120 low hurdles for seconc place and a 17-9 lead for second in the broad jump. Woodland also posted some outstanding performances In the meet. Tom Broyles won the broad jump with a l e a p o! 17-9',i and Fred Niblock anc Bob Nolan finished third and fourth respectively in the hurdles. The Cowboys also managed a fifth in the 880 relay. The final team totals were, Ramay 68. Darby 57, Harrison 49. Russellville 43V4. Conway 31, Ramsey 15. Woodland ll'/i and Morrilton 11. Woodland and R a m a y will both see action next in the 13th annual Fayetteville Higli School Relays on Tuesday. Tickets to the meet are being sold by the track team at the high school Cincinnati at Atlanta Los Angeles at Houston, night San Francisco at San Diego Sunday's Games St. Louis at New York Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Montreal at Chicago Cincinnati at Atlanta, 2 Los Angeles at Houston San Francisco at San Diego Monday's Games St. Louis at Montreal obtained from the "This gets me over a big hump," the burly Cardinal said. 'I've had a couple of sub-par year;, and this helps. It's only me day, but I know I can do it. n St. Louis I was pressing a lit- le hit. I just wanted to show I could do something and help the ;am." Torre also has to be thinking about the Braves, whom he left with less than cordial feelings. Torre isn't certain how he ar- roused the ire of Paul Richards, .he Braves' vice president, but ic feels it stemmed from his ac- :ive part in the players' pension dispute with the owners. "The thing that upset me. Torre said, "was that Richards nade those remarks about me. ihat he didn't care if he signed me or not. If you don't feel you're doing a good job. you don't want to be there. And I didn't want to be there. "I respect someone's opinion, but at least he should tell me in private. I read about it in the papers. I asked him if he said it and he said baseball isn't personal with him. It's a business. He said he hoped I would prove him « liar." After Friday's game Torre lias Exhibit A of the proof in hand. He singled in the first inning, ignited a two-run burst with a double in the third, homered in the seventh and scored what proved to be the winning run in the ninth after being walked in tcntionally. He scored by racing all the way around from first on Mike S h a n n o n ' s two-out double against the center field wall. Aggies End Hog Golfers Perfect Winning Streak FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) Thomas McNair scored Arkansas' only victory as Texas AM defeated the Razorbacks VA-V/i in a golf match here Friday. Arkansas now has an 11-2-1 record. McNair defeated Bill Wade, one up, and teamed with David Matthews to tie Wade and Richard Ellis. Ellis defeated Matthews, six and four, in individual play. Reggie Majors of AM defeated Chuck Brownfield and Duke Butler bested Arkansas' Bill Powell by the same margin. Majors and Butler teamed for a two and one victory over Brownfield and Powell. plumber who shared the lead (olng into today's third round, Mild h* had never (hot for pins In such difficult positions on the big. rolling greens. "The flag on the 13th hole looked like it was in the creek." Devlin said after shooting a 70 to tie Billy Casper at the hallway mark at 137. Dan Sikes, titd for third at H after a second-round 71, said it was impossible to shoot for the flag. "A lot of the pins were inaccessible," he said. "You just couldn't go for them." Bob Goalby tried for the pin on the 13th, hit ball rolled off and settled between two rocks. The pins during the second round were placed on ridges in the rolling greens, on the edges near sand traps and just above water hazards. Only 16 players broke par in the second round, with Charles Coody's 68 the best of the day. During the opening round, when the pins were in more accessible areas, 23 players were under par and four players shot 68 or better, Casper leading with 66. FIGHTS WORCESTER, Mass. -- Hal Carroll, 176, Syracuse, N. Y., stopped Al Roberts, 175, Philadelphia, 9. ROME -- Enzo Petriglia, 135, Italy, stopped Gerard Szyjka, 134'/2, France 2. Hockey Playoffs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Results No games scheduled. Today's Games No games scheduled Sunday's Games East Division Finals Boston at Montreal, afternoon, Montreal leads best-of-7 series 1-0 West Division Semifinals Los Angeles at Oakland, best of-7 series tied 3-3 Monday's Games No games scheduled IWff, let. Afi« It, Wtt · f · Second Round Nerves Tense Billy Casper wipes perspiration from his forehead and squints inlo the sun as he sets out on the second round of the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. Casper set the pace in Thursday's opening round with a sizzling 66, six under liar. Pilots Take Win In First Home Appearance SEATTLE (AP) - Neither n cramp in the hand nor an overpopulation of the bases could deter Gary Bell Friday as ho and the rest of the Seattle Pilots' made their home debut in the American League memorable for 17.150 fans \villi a 7-0 victory over the Chicago White So\. Carpenters and painters were still adding seats to Sicks' Stad i u m a few hours before the game bejian. Eventually, this interim park, former home of the city's Pacific CiiHst League team, is In scat 25.51)0 while Ilic Pilots nwail completion of a now S'10 million all weather pi,int. Prairie Growl Takes Third \n Track Meet Prairie Grove's Track Tigerf ound the going rough at a track meet at Suhiaco hut still man-, aged to fight to a third place inish among nine other teams. In the senior high division Van . Buren took first place with 74' points. The Pointer won all th» relay events turning in fine per- . 'ormanccs. Dwayne Davis turned in the only first place finish for the . Tigers as he leaped 5-9 for a · new school record and top hon- rs. Prairie Grove grabbed second place in all three relay events. In the -HO yard relay the team of Richard Stowers, Mike Philips, Mike Ashley and Donald Giles turned in a 47.3 clocking. In the 880 r e l a y the same team finished behind Van Buren with a time of I::i9.5. And in the mile relay Robert Dennis. Mike Johnston. Mike Ashley and Donald Giles turned in a time of 3.45.1. D e n n i s Gardisser turned i n another second place finish n-. he turned in a 4:50.4 timinc. Mike Ashley was second in thi* 440 yard dash with a 55.0 per tormance and Mike Johnston was second in the 180 low hurdles with an effort (if 22.R. The f i n a l standings were: Van Huron 7-1. Charleston t!. Prairie Grove 47'i. West Fork 24. County Line 54. S u h i a c o 21. Plainview IB'.i. Scranton 12^ Hell surprised even with his shutout effort. himself lie left runners stranded but was in nl I rouble only in two innings. SMITH'S 2-Woy Radio In ttectiwiin «lnc« ! HI N. Oltett HI Communication vwir i-wiy Batteries VAUGHN BATTERY So. 71 Highway Classified Advertising ....May I Help You? This is the friendly greeting you receive when you call to place a WANT-AD. These are the courteous AD-VISORS who answer the phones WEEK Barber Neart Top AUGUSTA. Ga. 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