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V 1! •Br Fezler Is Leading American Classic AKRON, Ohio- (UPI) Forrest Fezler, who saw victory slip through his fingers here a year ago, shot a two under 68 Saturday to take the third-round lead of the $170,000 American Golf Classic with a 54-hole score of two under par 208. Fezler, 24, of San Jose, Calif., held a one-shot lead over Jim Jamleson, who had a third- round 69 and Tom Kite, who shot a 70 Saturday. postponed. Fezler had six birdies and four bogeys in his round and said he did not know until he got to the final hole that he even had a shot at the lead. He found himself in the same position last year, leading the AGC at the end of three rounds, but had a five over 75 on Sunday as Bruce Crampton came on to win. "I'm not going to lose it this year," he said. "I've been working very hard and I'm just Another shot back at even par not going to lose it." 210 were second round coleader McGee, 30, of New Lexington, Jerry McGee, who went to" a Ohio, who is also looking for his four over 74 in the third round; Gay Brevyer; Dave Stockton; Dwight Nevil; Bert Yancey; and David Graham. first win on the tour in seven years, made the turn in even par Saturday and was four under at the time. But he Ray Floyd, the other second bogeyed four of the final six round co-leader, soared to a five holes to drop to even par. over par 75 in the raindelayed third round and was three shots behind going into Sunday's final round with a 211. Fezler made the turn in one over 36 and said at the time he was hoping the thunderstorm which forced a 35-minute delay would cause the round to be After three pars starting out on the back side, he bogeyed the 13th, 15th, 16th and 18th holes. Jamieson, who started the day four shots behind the co- leaders, made the turn in two over 37 Saturday, but birdied 10, 11 and 15 for a final three under 32 on the back sde. Coaches Ask WFL To Respect Draft Kite started the day one under and matched par figures of 35-35 on the long Firestone course. Graham, who had a hole-in- one during Friday's second round, shot himself into contention Saturday with a five under 65 and would have tied the course record of 64 had it not been for a bogey five on the final hole when his 15-foot putt stopped an inch short. Graham toured the front nine in four under 31 and at one stretch during his round had a string of six straight threes. Stockton had a 69 Saturday, Brewer and Yancey 71 and Nevil'a72. Young Eddie Pearce, Tampa, Fla., matched Graham's 65 total with a 32-33 round and joined Floyd and six others at one over 211. The others include defending.champion Crampton, Roy Pace, Len Thompson, J.C. Snead, Miller Barber and Jim Colbert. There were 16 golfers within three shots of Fezler in the run for the $34,000 first prize with Labron Harris just another shot off the pace at 212. DISTAFF ACTION — Here is some ot the action in the women's Southeastern invitational softball tournament being played at Oakland Terrace Park. Left, Rosa Saliba, Tallahassee, gets ready to belt one, with Rizzuto catcher Becky Lowery also awaiting the pitch, Center, Marie Madrid, Sharron, is about to swing. The catcher is Rebel catcher Jessie Watson. Right, Lillian Ward, Charterettes, rounds first base as Linda LeBel, Surplus-Salvage, follows the play. Tournament action ends today. LUBBOCK, Te.x. (UPI) — The American Football Coaches Association Saturday urged the World Football League to follow draft eligibility rules currently enforced by the National Football League. The NFL prohibits the drafting of players who have college eligibility remaining unless those players have graduated. At its semi-annual 'meeting held in conjunction with the Coaches All-America Football Game, the association voted to ask the WFL to follow similar standards. The ASCA also recommended to retain current spring football practices which allow 20 workout days. Some college administrators have asked for a s horter spring training. Coaches president Bob Blackman of Illinois said the 20-day period was needed to provide a proper teaching period and that it also provided a chance for non-scholarship players to try out. "We feel the spring practice training period is helpful to the players as well as to our football programs," Blackman said. A spokesman for the association also said that although no contract had been signed it had CFL Game Will Go On OTTAWA (UPI) - The Grey Cup champion Ottawa Rough Riders and the Canadian Football League All-Stars both held two workouts Saturday in preparation for Wednesday's game, which will be played despite the "retirement" status of the league's veteran players. The CFL's 278 veterans handed in their resignations June 15 to back demands for highr payment for exhibition games, post-season playoffs and the Grey Cup 'final as well as improved pensions and training camp allowances. However, the All-Star game was scheduled to go on as planned. Proceeds from the game go into the players''pension fund. Padres Beat Astros, 6-2 HOUSTON (UPI) - Willie McCovey scored three runs- one on his fifth homer of the season—and Derrel Thomas and John Grubb banged out three hits apiece to lead the San Diego Padres to a 6-2 victory over the Houston Astros Saturday night. been' agreed by all parties that the coaches game would return i6 Lubbock next year. Gaylord Perry Hurls 4-Hitter BOSTON (UPI)" - Gaylord Perry pitched a four-hitter Saturday for his 13th straight victory and 13th complete game Of the season, lowering his major league-leading earned run average to 1.29, as the Cleveland Indians ripped the Boston Red Sox 11-0 in the opener of a day-night doubleheader. Perry did not allow a Boston runner past first base until the eighth inning in pitching his third shutout of the season and raising his lifetime record against Boston to 10-1. He struck out eight and walked one. 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Snead Leonard Thompson Labron Harris Jr. Al Gelberger Bob Menne Allen Miller Ed Snead Tom Watson Homero Blancas Ron Cerrudo George Knudson Bobby Mltchel Chi Chi Rodriguez Mason Rudolph Larry Zlegler Brian Allln Chuck Courtney Lou Graham Bill Rodgers John Schlee Tommy Aaron Dale Douglas David Glens Bob Coalby Tom Jenkins Rlk Massengale Andy North Arnold Palmer Tom Shaw Art Wall Tom Welskopf Jim Wiechers Charles Coody Hale Irwin Steve Melnyk Bobby Nichols Sam Adams Frank Beard Rod Curl Jim Dent Cesar Sanudo Ben Crenshaw Glbby Gilbert Ben Kern Bob Lunn Mike McCullough George Archer Doug Ford Dick Lots Jim Simons 69-7146-208 70-7049-209 7148-70-209 69-70-71-210 73-7245-210 67-69-74-210 7048-72-210 70-7149-210 7148-71-210 72-7049-211 7047-74-211 ' 7249-70-211 65-71-75-211 72-7049-211 75-7145-211 7149-71-211 70-70-71-211 7148-73-212 754949-213 71-70-T2-213 71-72-70-213 69-72-72-213 70-7449-213 72-7349-214 7348-73-214 71-71-72-214 73-7348-214 7149-74-214 70-73-71-214 69-71-74-214 66-72-77-215 73-7448-215 72-7449-215 7449-72-215 71-71-73-215 71-71-74-216 73-7449-216 70-71-75-216 75-70-71-216 73-71-72-216 75-71-70-216 70-72-74-216 70-73-73-216 72-72-72-216 72-71-73-216 71-73-72-216 73-73-70-216 70-71-76-217 7748-72-217 73-70-74-217 69-75-73-217 73-74-71-218 72-74-72-218 72-73-73-218 70-75-73-218 71-74-73-218 72-73-74-219 75-70-74-219 72-74-73-219 73-74-72-219 74-70-74-219 70-72-78-220 74-70-76-220 73-72-75-220 69-73-78-220 "•iZcte* Scores Upset McAulUfe. 3B- k r er *• ss 4 0 0 1 8 8 5 5 0 0 7 3 3 1 4 4 2 2 1 1 PB-Duncan. Pole Position To Bobby Unser Distaffers Playing In Southeastern OCEANPORT, N.J. (UPI) Mo Bay upset a field of 10 grass runners Saturday at Monmouth Park to win the $28,525 Oceanport Handicap before a crowd of 23,369. LONG POND, Pa. (UPI) Bobby Unser of Albuquerque, N.M., captured the pole position Saturday for the June 30 Schaefer 500 United States Auto Clubb (USAC) championship car race at the Pocono International Raceway with a top speed of 182.5 miles per hour. Unser, however, was not fast man on the track as three-time Indianapolis winner A.J. Foyt turned one lap of 185.759 on his first qualifying lap before a puff of blue smoke signaled a burned piston on his Coyote Foyt racer and sent him to the garage for repairs. His second attempt to qualify proved no more successful as he lost control of the car in turn two, and was finally left sitting on the line when trials ended. He will now have to settle for a starting berth somewhere in the back two rows when qualifying resumes Sunday. The top qualifiers include Bobby Unser, Steve Krisiloff of Parsippany, N.J., (183.269) and Wally Dallenbach of East Brunswick, N.J., (182.020) in the front row. The second row is made up of '73 winner Gordon Johncock (181.993), this year's Indy winner Johnny Rutherford (181.424) and Al ' Unser (180.905). A total of 28 cars qualified in Saturday's first-day runs. The . balance of the 33-car starting field will qualify Sunday. Forrest Fezler Graham Sitting In Good Positi AKRON, Ohio (UPI)—David Graham says he recalls vividly the many times in his professional golf career that he has sat in clubhouses sipping on a beer and praying that a tournament would be called off because of his poor play that day. But Saturday the 28-year-old Australian sat in the locker room at the Firestone Country Club eating a sandwich and praying the third round of the $170,000 American Golf Classic would not be scratched from the PGA annals because of a severe thunderstorm. "This time," Graham said, "the Lord was on my side." Following a 35-minute delay, tournament officials decided to continue the 13th annual event in which Graham carded 31-3465 over the par 70, 7-180-yard south course for his third round. That put him at even par-210 for the event and just two strokes off the pace of leader Forrest Fezler, who was at two under 208. Graham, who had six birldies and a bogey for the day, blew a few golden chances on the back side to break the 18-hole course record of 64 held by Don Bies, Lanny Wadkins, Gay Brewer and Tom Wieskopf. Ray Floyd, in shooting a first round 65 Thursday, set a course record for the front nine with 29. The old mark was 31 and was shared by 15 players. Graham, whose best finish on the tour this year was in the New Orleans Open when he tied for sixth and pocketed $4,875, credited his superb round to his driver and putter. But later he admitted he used a new set of irons sent to him from New York City—adding he had discarded the clubs he had used for the past six months because, "I didn't have confidence in them and you've got to have confidence in your equipment to play well." But had it not been that Graham, from Hollywood, Fla., likes to fiddle around quite a bit, he might not have had those shinny new clubs to use. After practicing with them for about an hour Friday night, he loaded them into his car and took them to his motel, because, "there was no way I was going to use them." At least that was his strategy until after he ate breakfast and walked out to his car to go to the course. He started the car and that was as far as he got. "I started thinking about those clubs up in the room and Panama City's entries were eliminated from the tournament. Percision beat Surplus-Salvage, 6-3, despite a home run by Debbie Creel. B. Springfield got three singles for the winners. Ed Weight beat Sharron, 4-2, in eight innings. A. Blevins, Wright, hit a home run. Long-shore Distributors beat Rizzuto's, 14-17. Sherry Shackford hit three singles, Carmon Benton a double and three singles and Debbie Cowan home Cindy for Rizzuto's. In winners' games Lakers beat Tallahassee Stars, 5-2, as Roxle Garrett got three singles, Chevrolettes beat Charterettes, 6-2, Getz won from Suburban Realty, 12-1, as A.L. Owen hit a triple and two singles, Zep Stars won from Mavericks, 11-2, as D. Windom hit three singles, Vols defeated the Rebels, 21-6, with G. Marcum hitting a triple, double and two singles, B. Riley a home run and two singles and D. Stansel a home run Vols and 5. Lowery a home run for Rebels, and Chicks edged Rebelettes, 7-6. Generals won from Scramblers, 8-4, despite S. Phillips' three singles, and Jewel Box Gems beat Brocks, 12-3. Losers' game included: Vols 6, Ed Wright 1; Colts 7, Spirits how good they felt when I had 2 > Chevrolettes 2, Precision practiced with them," he said. Machine 1; Buddy s 11, "I left the car running, went Chargers 4; Lakers 4, Long- up to the room, brought them shore 0; Seminoles8. Williams- down, loaded them in the trunk Tnomas 3 5 Ladnier Net 6, and brought them out here. Streakers 1; Hornets 7, Good"I get very bored using the w,n ' s Jewelers 5; Brocks 21, same clubs for a considerable William-Thomas6. sacola Suburban Realty beat Tallahassee Buddy's, 16-1, and Ed Wright's, Chattanooga, 8-0, Montgomery, Ala., Revelettes won from Tallahassee Seminoles, 11-5, and lost to Mobile, Ala., Ladnier, 4-2, Buddy's beat Chattanooga Brock's, 14-7, Mobile Colts beat Tallahassee Stars, 10-2, and lost to Dalton, Ga., Precision Machine, 14-6, Precision Machine beat Pensacola Scramblers, 12-9, Milton Char­ terettes beat Mapleton, Ga., run for Longshore and* Hornets, 5-1, and lost to Macon, Kozlowsky a home run Ga., Mavericks, 11-1. Mavericks stayed alive by ; beating Chattanooga Long-; shore, 13-2. Late Saturday night scores were: Jewel Box 3, Ladnier 0; Chevronettes 2, Precision 1; Mavericks 5, Generals 1; Getz 14, Jewel Box 0; Dubur^an 2, Enterprise Chicks 0; Chevronettes 14, Precision 1; Vols 5, Chicks 2; Vols 7, Lakers 1; Getz 9, Zep Stars 4. Getz and Vols, the only undefeated teams, clash at 1 p.m. today In the winers' bracket finals. Sandra Haynie Sets Pace Sutton SUTTON, Mass. (UPI) — also had three bogeys and just Sandra Haynie fought the two birdies compared to her humid Pleasant Valley Country rain-spotted round of eight bir- Club to a standoff Saturday to dies and one bogey the previous take a one-stroke lead after day. Mrs. Carner, winner of three of her last five tournaments, tied the leaders after seven holes but suffered five bogeys against just two birdies the rest of the way to fall away from Misses Haynie and Palmer. Mrs. Carner, a five-time former national amateur champion, blamed her putter. "I didn't have much fight out there today. I really lost concentration. And the putter killed me, especially on four footers." Murle Breer. had a 75 for a three-round total of 220 to hold amount of time. I enjoy changing clubs once in a while even if it is just on the spur of a moment," he said. "I'd do anything if I thought it would help me play better and win this tournament." Standings Al (itgM gaasea sad KOOak « saw set East w. 1. pet. g.b. Boston 37 28 .569 Detroit 35 30 .538 2 Cleveland 33 31 .516 3U Baltimore 34 32 .515 3V, New York 34 35 .493 5 Milwaukee 31 32 .492 5 West w. 1. •C4. g.b. Oakland 36 31 .537 Texas 36 32 .529 14 Kansas City 32 32 .500 2H Chicago 31 31 .500 2M Minnesota 26 38 .406 SY, California 28 41 .406 9 Salarday'e BesaMs Chicago 3 Minnesota 1 Baltimore 7 Milwaukee 2 Detroit 4 New York 1 Cleveland 11-3 Boston M Oakland 3 Kansas City California • Texas, night Saatay's Qaeaea (All Times EOT) Detroit (Walker 24 and Coleman 6-7) at New York (May 0-1 and Pagan 0-1), 2, 1 p.m. Chicago (Bahnsen 6-7 and Acosta 0-3) at Minnesota (Decker 7-5 and Butler 1-2). 2, 1:30 p.m. Cleveland (Kline $4) at Boston (Drago 5-2), 2 p.m. Baltimore (McNally 6-5) at Milwaukee (Wright 5-9). 2:30 p.m. Kansas City (McDanlel 0-2) at Oakland (Abbott 04). 4:30 p.m. California (Hassler 0-1) at Texas (Brown 6-3), 9 p.m. Five teams remained undefeated late Saturday night as the second day of play in the annual Southeastern women's slow pitch softball tournament neared a close at Oakland Terrace Park. Marianna Jew Box, Atlanta Getz, Albany, Ga., Xep Stars, Madison, Ga., Lakers and St. Augustine Volunteers were still in the winners' bracket in the double elimination tournament that winds up today. Zep Stars beat Atlanta Chevronettes, 9-7, and Madison Lakers won from Montgomery Generals, 5-3. In losers' bracket games Pen- Owens Leads LAKE BUENA VISTA, (UPI) — Charlie Owens shot a 64 to take a two-stroke lead of 204 in the third^round of the $23,000 three rounds of the $50,000 LPGA Championship. Sandra Palmer, who had a tournament record 66 in the rain Friday, soared to a three- over-par 76 In hot, hazy weather that reached 85 degrees to fall one stroke back. Miss Haynie, who matched par 73 Saturday, had a threeday total of 215, four under par. The difference between her and par was an opening round 69 as she followed with a pair of 73s. JoAnne Carner, three strokes back to start the third round, had six bogeys and four birdies sixth place while Miss Blalock, to finish with a 75, although she hurt by a second-round 77, third place moved to six strokes back at 221 along with Jerilyn Britz and KathyWhltworth. Miss Boykin, with her fine round, led a pack of seven at 222, three over par. maintained her position at 218. Donna Young, who along with Jane Blalock and Judy Boykin, had a best round of 71, moved into a fourth-place tie with defending champion Mary Sandra Mills, who scored 76. Both women were four strokes back at 219. The topic of discussion among the leaders was the extra toughness of the course Saturday. "This is the type of course _ that you really have to take as it pam 'Higgtns comes," said a perspiring and {^' 0 M\UUI flushed Miss Haynie. "Each saiiy utile day it gets a little longer —not £ndr» PM the course itself, but because judy y mnkin rt it's a 72-hole tournament. Nor- jMnn washam mally, we play 54 holes. This one is Haynie Palmer Carner Mary Mills Donna Young Murle Breer Jane Blalock Jerilyn Brlu Kathy Whltworth Debbie Austin Judy Boykin Patty Bradley • Bonnie Bryant we a five-day tournament Kathy Ahem Clifford Ann Creed Gail Denenberg including the proam, plus a six- Sue th day for a practice round." Cathy Duggan Only five of the 61 players Jg^JJ^R,,. who made the cut at 155 are at Laura Baugh par or under for the tournament 5?!f r,l,MA ''| e ™ Florida Operi^oT'toTliWaTrreiH- on this grueling 6,130-yard cour- Siu. here Saturday. se. 69-73-73-215 7446-76-216 73-70-75-218 69-74-76-21* 73-75-71-219 73-72-75-220 73-77.71-221 74-73-74-221 77-71-73-221 75-73-74-222 76-75-71-222 75-71-76-222 73-73-76-222 74-74-74422 71-77-74-222 71-78-73-222 75-72-76-223 71-78-74-223 75-76-73-224 77-73-74-224 79-71-74-224 76-75-74-225 76-73-76-225 71-77-77-225 75-75-75-225 78-72-75-225 77-74-75-226 75-76-75 -226 75-77.74-226 75-77-74-226 76-79-72-227 76-79-72 -227 79-75-74 -228 A five-way tie developed for the third spot among: Don Beattie, a Pompano Beach amateur, who shot a 70; Richard Bassett, of Hialeah, who shot a 68; Gordon Jones, Crystal River, with a 68; Worth Calfee, Tampa, with.a 71, and Bill Kennedy, of Cape Coral, who shot a 72. All had totals of 212 after 54 holes. Miss Palmer, however, did not think the length of the course hurt her as much as Friday's downpour. "I thought the rain affected my putting," she said. "I missed four easy birdie putts. Sometimes you try too hard." The crusher for Miss Palmer came on the 17th hole when she took a double-bogey six. She By Halted (twilight aa Philadelphia St. Louis Montreal Pittsburgh Chicago New York Los Angeles Atlanta Cincinnati Houston San Francisco San Diego Press lateraslliail •at lacladed) East w. I. 35 32 33 31 30 29 28 36 27 36 gb- w 1 6 26 39 .400 8 Another Victory By Equine Chris Wes4 pel. g.b. w. I. 45 23 39 27 .591 5 36 28 .563 7 34 34 .500 11 33 37 .471 13 29 43 .403 18 Satarday's Games Cincinnati 3 Atlanta 2 Philadelphia 54 New York 2-5 St, Louts 4 Montreal 3 Plttsburgh6ChlcagoO San Diego 6 Houston 2 San Francisco • Los Angeles, night taatay's (iantes (All times EOT) Atlanta (Harrison 6-7 and Capra 7-2) at Cincinnati (Kirby 5-4 and Cullett 7-4). 2. 1:15 p.m. - New York (Matlack 5-5) at Philadelphia (Twitchell 1-1), 1:35 p.m. Pittsburgh (Demery 0-2) at Chicago (Bonhsm 4-10), 2:15 p.m. Montreal (McAnally 54) at St. Louis (Curtis 4-7), 2:15 p.m. San Diego (Jones 3-11) at Houston (Roberts 5-7), 3:05 p.m. San Francisco (Bryant 2-8) at Los Angeles (John 10-2), 4:15 ii.m. NEW YORK (UPI) - Chris Evert scored a sweep of the Triple Crown for Fillies Saturday at Belmont Park when she sped to an easy win in the 58th running of the $114,200 Coaching Club American Oaks. The 3-year-old daughter of Swoon's Son-Miss Carmie who previously had won the Acorn Stakes and the Mother Goose Stakes, joined Dark Mirage and Shuvee as the only fillies to win all three races since they were combined in 1961. Fiesta Libre was second, 3 Vi lengths back of the winner, with Maud Muller finishing third, a half length farther back in the field of 10 3-year-old fillies. Chris Evert was briefly displaced by Maud Muller after holding the lead for a mile in the 1 y 2 mile race, then regained command and drew away under Jorge Velasquez. Chris Evert was winning her third race in four starts this season after scoring in four of five outings last season. . The winner, a $32,000 yearling purchase, took down the win ner's purse of $68,520 to boost her career earnings to $252,801. Solidly backed by the crowd of 30,269, Chris Evert paid $3.80, $3.00 and $2.20 after covering the distance in 2:28 45. Fiesta Libre returned $5.80 and $3.20, with Maud Muller paying $2.40 to show. West Wins i LUBBOCK, Tex. (UPI) -J The pass catch combination of] Jesse Freitas to Lynn Swaniu and the running of former rivals! Joe Barnes and Dickey Morton! carried the West All-Stars to a| 36-6 romp over the East Satur-I day night in the Coachesf All-America Football Game. Tide Table I SUNDAY ! Panama City high 1:04 p.m., low 10:41 p.m.;; Port St, Joe high 2:23 p.m., low none;, Apalachlcola high 8:45 a.m., 6:35 p.m., low 1:17; a.m.. 1:25 p.m.; sunrise 5:40 a.m., sunset 7:441 pm. | MONDAY f Panama City high 1:36 p.m., low 11:28 p.m.; J: Port St. Joe high 2:55 p.m., low 12:34 a.m.;* Apalachlcola high 8:54 a.m., 7:48 p.m.. low 1:49; a.m., 2:39 p.m.; sunrise 5:41 a.m., sunset 7:44y p.m. TUESDAY Panama City high 1:20 p.m., low 10:26 p.m.;'•; Port St. Joe high 2:35 p.m., low 12:21 a.m., 11:19 ^ p.m.; Apalachlcola high 9:12 a.m., 9:17 p.m., s low 2:17 a.m..3:55p.m.; sunrise5:41 a.m.,sun- i set7:44p-m- I WEDNESDAY • •, Panama City high 6:52 a.m., low 7:54 p.m.; '• Port St. Joe high 8:11 a.m., low 8:47 p.m.; jj, Apalachlcola hlgh9:34a.m.. 11:29p.m., low 2:36 a.m., 5:11 p.m.', sunrise 5:41 a.m., sunset 7:44 p.m. THURSDAY Panama City high 6:26 a.m., low 5:49 p.m.'. Port St. Joe high 7:45 a.m., low 6:42 p.m.; Apalachlcola high 10:07 a.m.. low 2:33 a.m.. 6:27 p.m.;sunrlse5:41a.m.,sunset7:44p.m. TODAY Panama City high 6:48 a.m.. low 6:04 ii.m/. Port St. Joe high 8:07 a.m., low 6:57 p .rn ;f Apalachlcola high 10:36 a.m., low 7:36 UJU.; sunrise 5:42 a.m., sunset 7:44 p.m. SATURDAY •? Panama City high 7:24 a.m., low 6:38 p.in.lii Port St. Joe high 8:43 a.m., low 7:32 p,m<£ Apalachlcola high 11:21 a.m., low 8:39 p.m;|' sunrlse5:42a,m..sunaet7:44p.ni. ,

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