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Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, September 14, 1971 Section .1 Is Best in MAC DIVOT Illinois Open BY JOHN HUSAK "The Grabber" went to work ments stretched the three-day ; yesterday at Biltmore Country tourney over a six-week span. Club, where 126 golfers warily ; ... . . ft ! began the Illinois Open. ; . MoemmS absent irom me b , .tourney scene for several And the game s old nemesis months had an amazing total did his job so well that no one of , utt greens in his broke par on the secluded little ; scram))ling 70 marked by fre. course north of Bamngton. ! quent tripsinto the mild rough. "Sneaky- tight" was the ,, , ., . . term used by several pros for heneT ou have !hat few the 6,202-yard layout many j Putts, and are not undter Par-were discovering for the first : 'ou know ya "ot UP to fCS. S.rS ace im the PfnKS AT TH COUNTRY ttl-LiS CHAM PIONSHIP OF AMfcRiCA. , ONlV THfc UV 40 TEAM.5 ACE. THE FINAL 18 ANP JOHN RE PCE -Eti-j3 OF THE SrtNSCKl COMPANIES k...AfC WrrHA4TH-KOJNDfc! VEJSuS PUTCH I 1 HACCrSON'i TEAM'S 59, MAC'S TEAM SLIP5 I ' "V I T?A -STROKE LEAP I W; xM . 7rcr 1... 'tyfk.-; vm . a ti tvj ih&ti v .i .: i fet- ta OtPtwBgi3ia.. EXCEPT FOE. THE VES.THERE'S THESE 5 HAC PNCT ANP A CEL $TUZlhKC ESSE HAEaON TEAMS, J HAPTEN1M& WE NAVE A TlSHTLf i RTC SCO BETWEEN MAC PUNCHEP FIE LP. i PLACE. 7 ANP ruTCH r THAT'5 SONE LACiS-ELV UfJKOTlCE-P- Reichardt's 2 Homers Pace Sox time as they struggled to break 80 after leaving the first tee thinking 65s. With double bogeys and worse infiltrating most of the score cards, three players shared the lead with par 70s including one of the red-hot amateurs that threaten to dominate local play. It's Gene Howard That was Gene Howard, a 43-year-old manufacturer who has led two other Opens as an amateur. Even with a one-stroke penalty for lifting his ball from a bush, he completed one of the few consistent rounds of the day. Also in first place were Ed Moehling, a former touring pro who now sells screws for a living, and Dean Lind, the onetime National Junior champ from Roscoe. Four others were one shot behind at 71, including two more amateurs Joel Hirsch of Ravisloe, who finished second last year, and Dave Huske of Glen Oak, a one-time state champ. With them were scrambling Dick Hart, a former Open winner, and Shelby Futch, a seasoned pro from Twin Orchard. The field was jam-packed as 42 players moved within five shots of the lead. Included was Chuck Malchaski, a former state P. G. A. champ, who hit two balls in the water for a quadruple bogey on the sixth hole and took a 75. Bailey Slips to 78 Almost out of the running, however, was defendii champ Al Bailey of Sunset Ridge, who was one-under on the par-four eighth tee when he took a nine. Then he lost heart and slipped to a 78. For a change, the weather was perfect a far cry from the cold, damp Opens of the last few years. Last year, postpone- snuff, he said. Lind, now a prominent pro at The Ledges, was much more consistent, ; driving the narrow fairways to i stay out of trouble. Hart Erratic i Hart also played erratically, missing two putts of only 14 inches and also double bogey-1 ing a par-three hole by chipping J 40 feet beyond the cup and then j three-putting. He had four i birdies, however, three on the last five holes as he finally I began to solve the tricky J greens. i Biltmore, an obscure 45-year-; old club which has never gone ' in for tourneys, is a well-! planned layout featuring hilly, i wooded terrain. The greens are I e x t r e m e 1 y small and well j trapped and the course was in excellent condition, considering the long, dry summer. According to some members, the last time a golf event of note took place there was a decade ago when Sam Snead and Jimmy Demaret made an exhibition appearance. Neither broke par. 70 Den Lind, Ledges, 31-37; Ed Moehl ing. unattached, 39-35; A-Gent Howard, Bob O'Link, 34-34. 71 Dick Hart, Hinsdale, 37-34; A-Joel Hirsch, Ravisloe, 37-34; A-Dave Huske, Glen Oak, 3i-3S; Shelby Futch, Twin Orchard, 3S-3a. 73 Hubby Hablan, Onwentsia, 39-34; Bob McDonald, Rob Roy, 37-35; Joe Data, Idlewild, 37-35; Joe Zelainy, Briarwood, 37-35; Billy Ventresca, Rollins Green, 35-37. 73 Lou Cesarek, Kishwaukee, 37-36; Bill Erfurth, Skokie, 39-34; Jimmy Fetters, Lincolnshire, 37-34; Bill Giese, Glen Oak, 37-36; Felice Torn, Aurora, 35-38; Earl Puckett, Nortrtmoor, 38-3S; Bob Henning, Exmoor, 36-37; Jim Urban, Ruth Lake, 35-38. 74 John Gavins, St. Charles, 36-31; Dan Hawkins, Midlane, 38-36; Garry Hopkins, Ravinia Green, 40-34; Joe McDer-molt, Butterfield, 38-36; Marv Oglesby, Pheasant Run, 36-3t); Don Stickney, Chicago Golf, 38-36; A-Dennis Troy, Sheldon Heights, 40-34 ; Bob More land, sunset Hills, 37-37; Vic Martin, Olympian Fields, 38-36; Frank Witt, Cress Creek, 37-37. 75 Ken Bartosh, Calumet, 40-35; George Capoun, Inverness, 38-37; Fred Cook, Naperville, 37-38; Emil Esposito, Brook-wood, 39-36; Chuck Malchaski, Pro Golf Range, 40-35; Hall Miller, Evanston, 38-37; Mike Passmore, Boi O'Link, 40-35; A-Jonn Remke, Sknkie, 39-36; A-Gerry Warner, Hinsdale 37-38; Mike Harrigan, Rolling Green, 37-38; A-BIII Heyn, Biltmore, 38-35. A-Amateur IContinued from first page j ardt, who made things morej palatable. He pulled the Soxi into a 2-2 deadlock in the second : when he cracked his 15th homer following a walk issued to Carlos May by loser Jim Slaton. The score was unchanged four innings later when Slaton issued his second and last walk to Bill Melton with two out. May singled, then Reichardt picked on a 0-2 pitch and rammed it over the left field fence to decide the issue. Morales made amends for earlier sins by triggering his second home run of the season in the seventh to finish Slaton. It was only the third of Morales' career, and his second came in County Stadium July 1 off Marty Pattin. Johnson, who can't shake his penchant for wildness, seemed headed for his first complete game since April 30, but he started walking Brewers in the seventh. Following passes to Bob Ellis and Frank Trepidino, Johnson was touched for a bloop double by Theobald that scored one run. It should have produced a second tally when Center Fielder Jay Johnstone had trou- T-Rick-y SOX Kelly if Johnstone cf McKinney 2b Melton 3b CMay lb Reichardt If Herrmann c Morales st Johnson p Kealey p MILWAUKEE ab r h bl 5 0 10 Auerbach si 4 0 0 0 Theobald 2b 4 0 10 Bell p 3 10 0 Cardenal cf 3 2 10 Briqgi lb 3 12 5 DMay rf 4 0 0 0 Porter c 4 12 1 Ellis If 3 0 0 0 Matchlck 3b 1 0 0 0 Slaton p Krausse p Tepedino ph Schofield 2b ab r h bl 5 0 10 2 111 0 0 0 0 3 110 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 10 0 4 0 10 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 34 4 7 4 30 3 4 2 SOX 010 001 1 0 06 Milwaukee 100 000 10 03 E Morales 2, Johnson. LOB SOX 4, Milwaukee 7. 2B Theobald. H R Reichardt 2 161, Morales 21. SB-Kelly. IP H RED BB SO Johnson W, 10-101 4Ki 5 3 1 7 6 Kealey 2V, 1 0 0 0 3 Slaton IL, 71 ' 7 4 4 1 4 Krausse y, 0 0 0 0 0 Bell 2 0 0 0 1 1 PB Herrmann. T 1:41. A 4,417. ble retrieving the ball but Trepidino committed the Brewers' fourth base-running blunder of the evening and put the brakes on at third base. Tanner called Kealey, who had saved Johnson's last vie tory, and Bart's former high school teammate did it again, ill - - - a 1AP Wireohotol Former associates of Chicago Bears escorting casket o2 George Trafton, 74, a Hall of Fame center, after requiem mass yesterday in Los Angeles. Pallbearers are from left: Ed Healey, Link Lyman, Ray Murphy, a mortuary employee, Marshall Leach, and Bears' Owner George Halas. ill HI umwrn lit if MIS Iff- There's a nice surprise waiting for you on Olympic Airways' flight to Africa. For no extra air fare, you can stop over in Athens for just as long as you want. And since Greece is one of the few countries that hasn't gotten expensive yet, a few days in Athens will cost you very little. Then, when you're ready, hop back on an Olympic Airways jet and continue your flight to Nairobi. It's just possible that the highlight of your trip to Africa will be your visit to the Parthenon. Call your travel agent or Olympic Airways, at 500 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago. (312)329-0200. H. M ft W I V -S Please.no dancing in the aisles. He fanned Jose Cardenal to end the inning, then retired the next four Brewers in order before Tom Matchick singled with one out in the ninth. That caused no problems for Kealey, who retired the next two Brewers to end the proceedings. Planning in evening lor just the two of you? Get iorae peat ideal on fun things to do ind placei to go in the Weekend pagei of Friday' Tribune! Australia's Nagle Wins Seniors Golf PORTSMOUTH. Va., Sept. 13 (LTD Australian Kel Nagle weathered a dazzling string of birdies by Julius Boros on the first 10 holes today, then rallied with long, par-breaking putts on the 13th and 14th holes to win the World Seniors Golf Championship 4 and 3. NFL Transactions Baseball's Top 10 ! Cub Averages OVERSEAS DELIVERY AVAILABLE 0VtUtaAMa1 OF A-MtRltA. II R 71 06 74 .75 13 M 87 64 10 62 RUNS BATTED IN 30 Klllebrew, Minn. 110 29 Bando, Oak. 07 VI F. Robinson, Bal. 17 PHILADELPHIA Acquired Quarterback Bill Cappleman from Minnesota; Guard Dick Hart on Inlured reserve list. GREEN BAY Waived Tiaht End John Hillon, John Bramlelt, Virail Robinson, Jim Johnson. CINCINNATI Cut Defensive Tackle Art May, Defensive Back Jot Johnson, Wide Receiver In Mai lory. BALTIMORE Waived Wide Receiver Gordon Bowdell; Wide Receiver Cotton Speyrer placed on Iniured reserve list. WASHINGTON Cut Runnlns Back Mike Hull, Wide Receiver Jon Henderson, Defensive End John Hoffman, Defensive Tackle Frank Bosch. ATLANTA-Cut Safety Ray Brown, Run. nini Back Gene Foster, Offensive Tackle Dave Hettima, Defensive End Mike Lew- OAKLAND Traded Runnine, Back Ted Key to Buffalo for undisclosed draft rhoims. MINNESOTA Cut Defensive Back Ted c Doo5MI, 0ai,. Cuellar, Ball. provost, Lineoacer jerry mutm-.-, ; BUI( oak. 23-1 Guard Mike Lenooo; acquire! nam cm Tom Loreni from Detroit. NEW ENGLAND Cut Fullback Willis Crenshaw, Wide Receiver Gayle Knlef, Linebacker Fred Whittingham, Defensive Back Goldle Sellers. HOUSTON Returned Defensive End Scott Lewis to Kansas City for failing physical examination. AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB Oliva, Minnesota 122 480 Murcer, N. Y. 136 Relmnd, Bait. 126 Otis, Kas. City 136 Carew, Minn. 135 Roles, Kas. City 115 Tovar, Minnesota 142 Kaline, Detroit 120 Smith, Boston 145 Horton, Detroit 114 HOME RUNS Cash, Dt MELTON SOX Jackson, Oak. Smith, Bos. Nettles, Cleve. H Avg. 164 .342 158 .322 136 .317 158 .307 163 .306 124 .300 178 .299 113 .298 167 .294 127 .292 27 Smith, 25 Cash, Del. F. Robinson, Bal. 25 Murcer, N. Y. Pitching 14 Decisions McNally, Bal. 19-4 Palmer, Bait. Banks Boure.ua Beckert Callison Cannixzaro Davis Famont Femandel Hickman Hiser James Kesslnger Martin Pepitone Popovich Rudolph Santo Spangler Torres Williams HITTING AB R H HR RBI Avt. 72 1 11 2 0 0 1 i 0 0 1 42 7 37 4 31 0 28 1 1 1 1 530 79 181 179 26 59 255 20 54 285 20 55 9 2 1 14 4 4 158 50 94 19 56 S 1 1 0 0 92 17 26 1 10 581 75 147 2 34 125 11 31 2 17 426 50 130 16 61 164 19 34 1 23 57 4 9 0 4 463 71 132 20 74 S02O0 30 2 7 0 1 551 82 161 25 15 .111 .000 .342 .211 .212 .191 .333 .250 .263 .200 .283 .253 .265 .305 .207 .151 .285 .400 .233 J01 as1ci, ff nn VOIllC swo 18-7 111 NATIONAL LEAGUE Player, Club G AB R H Pet. Torre, St. Louis 147 577 87 311 .364 Clemente, Pittsburgh 122 490 80 168 .343 Beckert, CUBS 131 530 80 181 .342 Baseball Transactions ST. LOUIS Acquired Ptlcher Mike Jackson from Triple A Omaha club. CINCINNATI Acquired Reliever Steve Blateric from Three Rivers farm club. PGA Leaders EARNINGS 1. Jack Nicklaus ?"'!?2 2. Lee Trevlno 3. Arnold Palmer JJJ.MJ 4. Gary Player 5. George Archer J':S 6. Miller Barber 7. Bruce Crampton 106,736 I. Jerry H'ard 10O3 9. Tom Weiskopf 104,825 10. Gene Littler B,'67 FXFMPTION POINTS 1. Jack Nicklaus 205 357.5 2. Lee Trevino 193.457.5 3. Arnold Palmer 148.277.3 4. Gary Player 119,354.7 5. George Archer ' luj.vu-o Garr, Atlanta Jones, New York Ssnguillen, Pitt. H. Aaron, Atlanta Brock, St. Louis Alou, St. Louis 141 585 94 193 .330 i Bonham Colbom Decker Hands Holtiman Hooton Jenkins Newman Pappas Pizarro D.o.n 125 466 60 152 .326 , TonPinl 128 494 57 161 .326 ' Gur, 128 452 87 1 46 . 323 142 576 117 185 .331 137 56 77 178 .318 Davis, Los Angeles 143 578 75 180 .311 HOME RUNS RUNS BATTED IN j Stargell, Pitt. 45 Torre, St. L. 128 H.Aaron, All. 41 Stargell, Pitt. 120 Aivaratfo Mav. Cln. 37 H.Aaron, Alt. 106 ! Andrews E. Williams, Atl. 32 Montanez, Phil. 91 Brinkman Johnson, Phil. 31 May, cm. Bonds, San F. PITCHING IP H BB SO W L ERA 47 58 30 38 2 1 5.60 lili 3 1 0 1 4.30 35 49 17 23 2 1 5.13 324 221 49 110 10 18 1.59 195 213 44 141 9 15 4.47 3"j 1 5 2 0 0 9M 289 275 33 249 21 12 2.89 35 38 14 27 1 0 3.60 238' j 246 57 10 17 13 1.44 83 61 11 56 4 S 1.44 70 75 28 27 i 1 1.72 36' 31 20 II 0 2 4.50 Hi 4 1 0 0 0 9.00 Sox Averages PITCHING 14 Decisions Gullett, Cin. 15-5 Seaver, N. Y. 11-4 Car ton. St. L. nAu,H:nM a ib , 1 Morales id, uun ... . IB McGraw, N. Y. Ellis, Pitt. Ray, Hous. 9 I Egan o i Herrmann : Hershberqer Johnstone Kelly ' May 11-8 i McKinney 18-8 Melton 10-4 Fiqht Decisions Richard Snence Williams Huntz 6. Miller Barber 7. Bruce Crampton 8. Jerry Heard 9. Gene Lit.ler 10. Tom Weiskopf LAST NIGHT ,,,,, NEW YORK Ken Buchanan dpasioned 1 Eddy Ismacl Laqauna, 15 rounds, work1 litht-1 Forster weight championship; Tom Kocan ti,pped I Hinton Jimmy Sikiu, 2; Bernard Almonte slopped I Horlen Rickey Scurlock, 1. j John 1 ! Johnson Kralev GOOD OFFENSE ' Magnuson I Perzanowski Alabama scored 396 points In nine 1945 i Roms 102.465.8 97,454.2 96,348.5 96.022.5 football games. HITTING AB R H HR RBI Avg. Hi 17 50 0 ( .190 330 44 93 12 47 .282 18 0 3 0 0 .167 231 37 55 29 .238 262 31 60 11 34 .229 172 21 42 2 13 .344 337 45 90 14 38 .267 142 28 49 1 14 .302 447 52 130 5 57 .291 314 31 90 7 40 .385 488 41 133 29 79 .273 1F0 18 43 1 13 .239 451 47 130 14 54 .288 232 34 53 1 12 .228 27 1 4 333 j8 94 81 10 18 PITCHING IP H BB SO W L ERA 251 !, 247 68 158 13 11 2.93 20V 18 16 13 0 2 41Ki 43 19 37 2 1 21Vl 24 4 13 2 4 134 148 30 81 7 9 20411 223 57 115 11 15 154V, 132 93 123 t 10 73V 64 24 45 28 30 16 11 5 11 1 4 yy re e Ify you byghf a ... Pn. A 1EH of if led to a refund. ubu ghf no fosf re, 0 1 .148 7 32 .391 2 i .222 1 Wood 37 292 2 2 1 1 0 0 48 37 42 1 7 244 57 174 20 11 3.82 4.79 4.21 4.34 1.75 1.01 3.97 4.82 12.60 1.50 1.97 lADVKIcrlSKMKNTI U.S. Government releases new list of cigarette "tar,? numbers. Free ccpy availsbSc from Carlton, found lovest in "tar" of all regular filter kings tested. Only 4 mg. "tar".. .less than 99.9 of all cigarettes sold, If you're interested in a cigarette that has low "tar," you've probably seen the "tar" numbers appearing in cigarette advertisements these days. The newest U.S. Government figures include the "tar" numbers for 38 varieties of regular filter kings, which range from a high of 30 mg. "tar" to a low of only 4 mg. "tar" for Carlton. So Carlton is still lowest in "tar" 4 mg. "'." 04 iv. pel cijatDiie, of all the regular filter kings tested. In fact, the U.S. Government figures show that Carlton has less "tar" than 99.9 of all cigarettes sold. If you would like the U.S. Government list of "tar" figures, we will be glad to mail you a copy. Just send your name and address to: Carlton, Box 5909, Grand Central Station, New York, N.Y. 10017. mj ntrotin.9 FTC Repoit Aug. '71 If Congress votes to repeal the 7 federal excise tax on automobiles, and makes it retroactive, and you bought one of our cars after Aug. 15, lucky you. It means you'll be getting back a nice amount of money from Volkswagen of America. (Something like $103-$ 171 depending on which caryou've bought.) But if you happened to buy a Volkswagen before August 15, don't feel deprived. You're still saving over the average car about $1500 on the car itself, $135 a year on gas, and $who-knows-how-much on repairs. See Your Chicago and Suburban Authorized Volkswagen Dealer

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