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Watson, Newton Tie in British Open Miller, Nicklaus, Cole All Shot Back - Staff Photo by Lewis Raines By Getffrey Miller CARNOUSTIE, Scotland 1AP) Tom Watson and Jark Newton, two 25-year-old golfers who never have won anything big, sent the British Open golf championship into a playoff when they tied for the lead Saturday with 72-hole totals of 279. Watson sank a 20-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole then stood on the edge of the green and watched as the front-running Australian missed a 25-foot birdie putt that would have given him the title. Newton's 2Vz-foot putt saved par and his chance for the $16,500 first prize which will be decided by 18 extra holes beginning at 7 a.m. EOT today. Watson, a red-haired youth from Kansas City, finished with a par-72 and and Newton with a 74 on the 7,065-yard Carnoustie links which lay by the North Sea. At 280, one stroke back in third were Johnny Miller, Jack Nicklaus and Bobby Cole of South Africa, all who made strong bids for the title. Last Hole Holds Key The last hole, 448 yards long with a stream winding twice across the fairway, has wrecked many golfers' hopes in the past four days. And it held the key to one of the most dramatic finishes in the 104-year history of this tournament. Miller drove into a bunker. Knowing he had to clear the stream 140 yards ahead, he took an all-or-nothing swing and failed to get out of it. "The ball hit the lip of the bunker in front of me, ran around the edge and rolled back, almost into my footprints," said Miller, a former U.S. Open champion. Public Courts Foes Merritt Moore (left) and Edward Hall They, Met As Play Opened in Public Courts Tournament Saturday at Watt Powell Annex. Cerutti May Inherit Hanna Role By Mike Whiteford In the interest of creating excitement and instilling better balance in the men's singles of the Public Courts Tournament, they banned Tom Hanna. Hanna became a three-time winner of the tournament last year by sweeping through the singles without losing a set and hardly a game in a display of excellent tennis but very little drama. He won the finals M, 6-1 aid thus Joined the lilt of players who, because of their superiority, are ineligible to compete. "I was playing awfully well. It was a fluke for me to win so many 6-0,6-1 sets," he said. · ' . . . * » » · - . HANNA WAS A spectator Saturday as. the annual tournament began at Watt Powell Annex and suggested the possibility of another one-man domination, which the tournament committee always tries to avoid. He spoke of Jamie Cerutti, who did not play last year but who has replaced Hanna as the top seed and obvious favorite. "When he's playing his best, he's head- and-shonlders above the rest," said Hanna, who often plays against Cerutti. "But he's erratic sometimes and occasionally has trouble with his backhand." Although strongly endorsing Cerutti, Hanna offers assurance to the other contenders, saying, "Outside of Cerutti, it should be a pretty close tournament." * * * AMONG CERUTTI'S competitors are three seeded players whom he taught in an advanced Tennis, Inc. course during the winter. They are third-seeded John Lynn of Charleston, eighth-seeded Don Fleming of South Charleston and ninth-seeded Louis Mynes of Nitro. Cerutti opened the tournament Saturday with a (-1, 6-0 victory over J.C. Hanks. More than 150 other men's singles players began play in the largest men's field ever. Today's play will begin at 1' p.m. with 33 men's singles, 14 women's singles and nine men's doubles. The only seeded player to lose in Saturday's play was 15tb-ranked Chris Michel, who fell 3-6, 6-2, 6-0 to Dee Green. The tournament is expected to conclude a week from today and the likelihood exists that the Tennis Indoor Center will be used during the week to keep the tournament on schedule. GAZETTE-MAIL CttathHvn, ff. t'a.,Julyl3,1975 s PORTS ·Page ID 2-1 LOSS Charlies Continue to Slide; Hens'Winning Run Unearned By A. L. Hardman Executive Sport* Editor The hapless Charlies continued their downhill slide Saturday night at Watt Powell Park, dropping a 2-1 decision to the Toledo Hud Hens for their 13th defeat in their last 18 games and their eighth loss in the last 10 at home. The 2-1 score is misleading. It could have been a lot worse, what with the Charlies committing four errors to go with the five walks and eight hits Johnny Morlan yielded. But that key base hit never did home and the Hens left 13 runners on the sacks. Even at that, the winning run was unearned. It came in the third when the Hens put three of their hits to work with one of the Charlie errors to get both of their runs. After a double play had erased the first hit -- a single by Alan Bannister -- Morlan gave up another single to Mike Rogodzin- ski and then walked Jerry Martin. A single by Larry Fritz scored Rogod- zinski and then some weird things happened. Tony Armas tried to cut Rogodzinski down at the plate but this throw was off the mark. At that point, Fritz broke for second and when Ed Ott's throw sailed over Craig Reynolds' head, Martin broke for the plate. He got there safely despite the fact Gary Sanserino made a leaping catch of Ott's throw and fired the ball to the plate -- but too late. The Hens had runners on base in eight of the nine innings but just couldn't get any kind of a cushion for Quincy Hill, who pitched a masterful game in gaining some revenge for three earlier defeats inflicted on him by the Charlies. His record is now 6-6. He sat the side down in order seven times, with,the help of a double play, and pitched himself out of his only jam in the fifth. * * * ARMAS LED OFF the inning with a single and moved to second on a passed ball. He got to third on Ken Macha's infield out and then scored on Sanserino's single. Pete Koegel walked, but went back to the Scoreboard to pick off Ed Ott's long fly ball for the second out. When Fred Andrews booted Morlan's ground ball, it appeared that the Charlies were getting a break. But Sanserino was held up at third and the bases were left loaded. Miguel Dilone then flied to Martin to end the inning. Hill didn't give them a chance after that but finally had to be bailed out in the ninth when, with two out, Armas got his second hit and Macha worked a walk. Erskine Thomason came.,to the rescue then and, with one pitch, ended the game, getting Sanserino on a wicked line drive to Bias Santana at third. Morlan, who had pitched three complete games prior to this one, suffered his seventh defeat (three by Toledo). He has won four games. It was only Toledo's third win in nine games here this season but the second for the Hens in three starts in this series. The second time he tried, Miller pitched right onto the green. But he took a bogey five for a final round of 74. Nicklaus, Newton and Cole all played the hole in par. At the start of the day, Cole, at 12 under par, led Newton by one stroke with Miller another stroke away and Watson at nine under. Nicklaus was in a group at eight under par and four strokes off the pace. Wind Comes Up But the wind came up, dramatically changing conditions and scores. For three days, Carnoustie had been calm and scores dipped to record lows. Cole had rounds of 66 on the second and third days, and Newton shot 65, a course record, on Friday. But Saturday a westerly breeze sent scores soaring. Nicklaus joined Watson at par, and Miller joined Newton at two over. Cole ballooned to 76. Only three of the 63 players in the last round had sub-par rounds. Bob Charles of New Zealand, who won the title in 1963, had a 69. George Burns, a rookie pro from Port Washington, N.Y., and Graham Marsh of Australia made 71s. But most of the last day's drama was a story of teasing drives into the wind, awkward approach shots to greens with pins trickily placed near the edges, and putts missed amid the mounting tension. The players used woods on holes where they had been hitting irons all the week. Big Jack Fails When the wind came, the bighitting Nicklaus, two-time winner of the title and four times runner-up, became the man to beat. But for once, big Jack failed to rise to the occasion. He had two bogeys on the back nine a did not shoot a birdie until the 12th hole. He Jack Newton In Playoff Today had another at the 14th, but no more. He said that when he walked to the 17th tee he told his caddy: "If I birdie one of the last two holes, I'll win the championship." At the 17th he almost holed with a chip from off the green. "If that had gone in I would have won or tied," Nicklaus said. Watson never was quite up with the leaders until the last hole. But he never was more than a stroke or two behind them. He survived an epidemic of putting troubles to get a place in the playoff. He three- patted the 10th, llth and 12th. missed an eagle putt at the 14th and birdie putts at the 15th and 17th. Miller, who was paired with him, said: "It looked like he was going to throw the tournament away." Newton had two bad streaks. He bogeyed the sixth and seventh holes, and did the same with the 15th and 16th. British Open Golf Scores « -231 Jack Newton ........................ Tom Watson Johnny Miller, $8.507 Bobby Cole, S8,507 jack Nicklaus, 18,507 Graham Marsh, S6.600 Peler Oosterhuis, 15.940 Neil Coles, 55,940 Hale Irwin, S5.280 John Mahaffey, 54,675 Geor 9 e Burns, 44,675 ............................. « Paul Leonard, $3,850 ............................. !21 9 o?n' 7 ,S~1« Andries Oosthuizen, $3,850 ..................... S1?' 77 Si|~ 2 ,Sl Bob Charles, S3.8EO ............................... ££"TM1?~3w Tom Weiskopf, 53,110 ............................ 73-72-70-72-287 Arnold Palmer, 52,530 Alan Tapie, 12.530 Maurice Bembridge, $2,530 .................... 75-7347-73-28! Lon Hinkle, $1,691 ................................. 76-72-69-72-289 Bernard Gallacher, $1,619 ..................... 72-67-72-78-289 Tommy Horton, $1,691 ............................. 72-71-71-75-289 Sam Torrance, $1,691 ............................ 72-74-71-72-289 Danny Edwards, $1,000 ......................... 70-74-71-75-290 Raymond Floyd, $1,000 .......................... 71-72-76-71-290 Brian Barnes, $1,000 .............................. 71-74-72-73-290 Martin Foster, $1,000 ............................. 72 ' 74 7:) - 71 ~"J Hugh Baiocchi, 51,000 ............................ 72-72-73-73-293 Roberto de Vicenzo, $737 ....................... 71-74-72-74-291 David Graham, 5737 .............................. 74-70-72-75-291 Simon Hobday, $737 .............................. 70-70-76-75-291 Guy Hunt, 5737 ...................................... 73-68-76-74-291 Hubert Green, $610 ................................ 72-73-70-77-292 David Huish, $610 .................................. 69-67-76-80-292 Gary Player, 5610 ................................. 7 ^!1H!~S Tienie Britz, $610 .................................. 74-71-72-75-292 Dale Hayes, $610 ................................... 73-71-73-75-292 Robert Shearer, $610 ................. : ........... 69-72-74-77-292 Michael Cahill, 5610 .............................. 71-73-74-74-292 Peter Dawson, 5610 ............................... 74-75-7-72-292 Norman Wood, 5480 ............................... 74-74-71-74-293 Brian Huggett, 5480 ............................... 72-71-75-75-293 Kel Nagle, $480 ..................................... 72-73-73-75-293 Brian Waites, $480 ................................. 7 J'Z?12~J?~TM Bob Gilder, 5480 .................................... 75-71-75-72-293 LeeTrevino, 5480 .................................. 76-69-73-75-293 Saturday's Gamts Toledo 2, CHARLESTON 1 Syracuse at Richmond, ppd, rain Rochester at Tidewater, ppd. rain Pawtucket 3, Memphis 3, 7th inning FridVs Gamts Toledo 3-0, CHARLESTON 1-8. Memphis 4, Pawtucket 3 (12 innings) Others postponed, rain. Club W L Syracuse 53 34 Rochester 51 36 Tidewater 50 36 CHARLESTON 45 M Memphis 41 47 Richmond 37 46 Toledo 39 50 Pawtucket 32 55 Sunday's Gamts Toledo at CHARLESTON (2 p.m.) Rochester at Tidewater (2) Pawtucket at Memphis Syracuse at Richmond Monday's Gamts Pawtucket at CHARLESTON Toledo at Memphis Syracuse at Richmond Rochester at Tidewater Pet. .609 .586 .581 .506 .466 .448 .438 .368 OB 2 2'/2 12'/n 14 15 21 Public Courts Results, Schedule Ttayi schtdrit Wtmtn's Singln 1 p.m. -- Ann Jacobs vs. Mary Hooten; Peggy Higgins vs. Lisa Humphrey; Nancy Fish vs. Beverly Parker; Alice Hart vs. Joyce Dorcas; Maureen Twohig vs. Marilyn Ward; Kathy Wright vs. Beth Cooper; Mtirt Slrtfles 1 p.m. - Mike Burgess vs. Can Edwards; Matt Woo vs. winner of Melton-Don Fleming. Wamtrr*i SioajiM 2:15 p.m. -- Debbie Steiger vs. Kim Thomas; Kim Tyre* vs Alii! Evans; Becky Carter vs. Lisa Harper; Sarah Harmer vs. Peggy Paxten; Judy Jarrell vs. Linda Saunby; Barbara Carte vs. Melissa Evans; Mickey Tyree vs. Karen Williams; Kelly Webb vs.Sandy Boswell. Mtn s SMiftM 3-30 pm - Tim Maddox vs. David Verner; Steve Wolfe vs. Alec Skaff; Ansis Reinkopfs vs. John Barr; Harry Burner vs. David Solomon; S. Balaguru vs. T.R. Myers; P»! Jacobs vs. Mike Paulin; Matt Cole vs. Ernie Hillenbrand; Richard Cole vs. Rfc Skees. 4:«5 p.m. - John Lyp.n vs. Rgdy Henley; Lester Raines vs Bob Hardy; Jamie Cerulti vs. Willy Sowers; Rick-. Rubin vs. Jim Fulks; Oarest Smith vs. Russ Rollyson; Dale Loudermilk vs. Jim Applefield; Chris Martm vs. Charles Maddox; Frank Chapman vs. Sam Moore. 6 p m - David Grubb vs. winner cf Gerald Littleiohn- Odnald Walker; Rod Hackman vs. winner of Rick Rey- nokts-George Ranney; Chuck Rhodes vs. winner of Dave Rollir.s-Jim tpperly; Bob Oeitz vs. winner of Keith Bur- IOA-John Wines; Mark Hamilton vs. winner ot Paul Ma!-"- lory-Kamal Sharr; Mark Adams vs. winner ol Gary Cot- trilKlohn Cornts; winner of Zol!»n MesW-Jeff McGraw vs. warmer of Tom McOwe-Richard Filbin; winner of Chris Michel-Dee Green vs. winner of David Naytor-AI Simpson. 7:15 p.m. -- winner of Tim Tucker-George Rooker vs. winner of Page balporto-Brad Cohen; winner of Andy Ball-Alan Dreschu vs. winner of Dick Bradford-Mark Ottridgt; winner of Richard MMinter-Oon Winter vs. Wnner of Lynn jaccfty-Jcen Jatmi; Edward Hail vs. ·nntr s» Harry Bnmtr-OtW Solomon; Jim McCartney 4L winner of S. Wafurv-TM. Myers; Jack Hamilton vs. TOuhMynts. ' Man's Mubltt 7-15 p m - George Zaharls-Mark Saitta vs. Flip DuPont-Jimmy Siiverstein; Jeff Keys-John Gagllardi vs. Bill Shabb-Roger Hager. 8-30 p m. Rex Meadows-David Broyies vs. George Ranney-Duncan Rowan; John Willson-Robin Munn vs. Edgar Rush-John Young; Eugene Hol.stein-partner vs. Mark Lewis-Ed Smolder; Bob Martens-Jim Stucky vs. Huck Puck-Chuck Puck; Kevin Johnson-Greg Morris vs. Eddie Pauley-Mark Duncan; Terry Patrick-Steve Kirk vs. Greg Hammond-John Armstrong; Ken Washington- Tom Greene vs. Bob Cass-Louis Valentine, Johnn Bane- Dennis Benson vs. Charles Capito-Bill Stump. 9-45 p m - Earl Melton-Scon Shores vs. Leo Taylor- Brent White, Bob Skaggs-Din Wilburn vs. Ansis Swope- john Reinkopfs, Rich Meckfessel-Steve Meckfessel vs Tim Maddox-ieff Frazier, George Jones-Randy Valentine vs. Michael Brown-Bill Meadows, Perry Harris-Rodney Pruden vs. Mike Burgess-Dale Loudermilk, Page Halstead-Gary Adams vs. Sam Moore-Larry Thornton, Jack Harrison-Brad Layne, vs. vs. Don Solomon-Dave Solomon, SanHsvi Subbiah-Keith Henson vs. Gerald Llt- tleiohn-Willy Sewers. Men's J. C. Hanks d. Bill Shabb 64, 6-3, Frank Chapman d. Paul Prendergast by default; Sam Moore d. Eddie Pauley 6-1, 6-1; Regie McClure d. Rickfe Bruner 4-2, 6-3; A! Rosa d. Bob Rubin 6-i 6-1; Thomas Hamilton d. David Bowyer by default; David Grubb d. Larry Roberts 60, 3-6,4-2; Ed Dee! d. Michael Spratt 4-3,4-t. Bob Hardy d. Leo Taylor 6-1, 6-2; Lester Raines d. Robin Haser 6-3,4-3; David Nuntey d. Ken Freeman 6-2, 4-1; Dave Rollins d. JeK Keys 4-1,4-3; Dee Green d. Duncan Rowan 4-2, 40; Gary Powell d. DennH Beraon 4-17-5; David Albright d. Robert Eagen 4-3,44; Mike Burgess d. Wayne Morris 4-7, M, 4-3. R W. Gross d. Charles Houck t-2,4-7; Rod CMIdreu d. Sanjevt J»ian *-1,4-3; M»rk A*!fis d. David Carton 4-7, t-C *; Rod Hackman d. Lee Sloan 4-1,4-3; David vemer C'-X* 1 " Stmms M. 4-1; OtrestSmit d. Brtnt White T-7TM; Strv* Wolf* d. Dtvtd Brwwr M, M. Ernie Hillenbrand d. Michael Dolan 6-1, 6-3; George Ranney d Gary Adams M, 6-0; David Solomon d. Mike Chaney 6-3, 6-3; Ansis Reinkopfs d. Richard Gates 6-1, 6-1; John Barr d. Jim Stucky 6-2, 6-2; Jack Hamilton d. Mike Doyle 6-3, 6-1; Fat Jacobs d. Ronnie Hart 6-3, 6-2; Chuck Rhodes d. Kent Barker 6-3, 1-6, 6-4. Alex Skaff d. Joe Beury 6-2, 1-6, 6-1; Edward Hall d. Merrirt Moore 6-3, 2-6, 7-6; Matt Call d. Jack Harrison 7-5,6-0; Richard Cole d. John Young 6-2,6-2; Tim Maddox d John Watts 6-2,6-2; Rick Skeesd. Mark SnyderW, 6-1; Jim McCartney d. David Arnett 6-2,6-3; S. Balaguru d. Keith Henson 6-0, 6-2. , Jamie Cerutti d. J. C. Hanks 6-1,6-0; Chris Martin d. d. Al Rosa 5-7, 6-1, 6-0; 1 ouis Mynes d. Thomas Hamilton 6-0 6-0- David Grubb d. Steve Hardman by default; Jim Steiger d. Ed Deel 6-0, M; Rudy Henley A. Robert Martens II 6-2, 6-2; John Lynn d. Tom Jarrell 40, 6-0; Bob Hardy d. Jim Byard 3-6,6-4,7-4; Mark Hamilton d. David Nunley 7-4, 7-5; Dan Edwards d. Brad Layne 6-0, 6-0; Gary Powell d. Johnny Bane 6-1, 6-0; Bob Oeiti d. David Albright 6-2, 6-1; Dale Loudermilk d. Tom Ltoyd 4-6, 7-4, 6-2; Jim Applefield d. Jim Rose 6-0, 4-2; Rick Rubin d. Page Kalstead 4-0, 40; Jim Fulks d. Rod Childress 6-0,4-3; Mark Adams d. M" chael Brown 4-4,3-4,6-2; Willy Sowers d. James Sparks 40 40; Harry Bruner d. John Keith 6-2. 6-0; Michael Paulin d Anthony Robinson 4-2,6-0; T. R. Myers d. Greg Humphreys 4-Z 6-1; Russ Roliyson d. R. W. Gross 6-2, 4-3; Charles Maddox d. Regie McClure 4-3, 4-2; Ernie Hillenbrand d. Barry Wolfe 4O, 40; Rick Reynolds d. George Rsnny 4-1, 4-2; Dee Green d. Chris Michael 3-6, 6-Z 40; John Curnes d. Gary Cottnll 4-4, 4-«, 4O; Zdtan Mester d. Jeff McGraw 4-3, 4-3; Mark Oa- fridge d. Gregory Phillips 4-2,4-2; Jim Epperly d. Dave Rollins 6-2. 4-7, 7-5. Richard Masinter d. Don Winter 6-3,4-2; George Rooker d. Tim Tucker^ M, 4-2; Kama) Sharr a Paul Mai- lory 4-2,4-3; Richard Fitbin d. Tom McClure W, 4-3; Don Earl Melton M, 4-2; Andy Ball d. Alan , 4-3; Keith Burton d. John Wine 7-5, M; d. **" Jarre " "- W: Pai »* °»5?rt° d MTw: Dick Bradford d. Mark Oatridse *-1,lHl; John Smolak d. Stan White 4-2. M. CHARLIE CHATTER: Jim Bunning and his Mud Hens say goodbye to Watt Powell Park for the 1975 season when they meet the Charlies at 2 p.m. today. Jimmy Sadowski (5-8) will pitch for the Charlies against ex-Charlie Wayne Simpson (64), who is coming off the disabled list after suffering a pulled muscle in the area of the ribs. The big right-hander hurled a no-hitter recently. He owns one victory over the Charlies this season . . . A softball game between the Charleston Gas Transmission girls team and a team from Channel 13-TV, will be played at 1:15 p.m. And during the Charlie-Mud Hen game, more than $1,000 in prizes will be given out by the District 29-0 Lions Club as it continues its drive for money for its sight program . . . Jim Langford, new Charlie pitcher, is a good hitter. A former outfielder, he showed the boys how to hit home runs by driving a few out of the park in batting practice . . . The Toledo club may have Randy Lersch, a left-handed pitcher, coming up from its Class AA farm club in Reading soon. He had an 11-2 record there when the last report came in ... Ron Frattare, a Cleveland architect, is visiting his brother Lanny in Charleston, Lanny, of course, is the guy who does a great job as the radio voice of the Charlies . . . Since second baseman Willie Randolsph and Randolph right fielder Tony Armas were hurt in Tidewater more than two weeks ago, the Charlies had won only four^of 15 games up to this home stand. "That's the thing who has caused our problems more than anything," said manager Stever Demeter. He says the club has missed Bobby Valentine, recalled by California, although Art Howe filled in well at third base since Bobby left June 19 ... Golf Playoff on TV NEW YORK (AP) - The American Broadcasting Co. said Saturday night it would telecast taped highlights of Sunday's playoff in the British Open Golf Tournament starting at 3:30 p.m., EDT. Ian Stanley, $440 Bill Brask, $400 Lou Graham, $400 ................................. Bill Garrett, $400 ................................... 76-72-72-75-295 Christy O'Connor, $400 Peter Wilcock, $400 Edward Pearce, 5385 John Jacobs, 5385 David Vaughan, 5385 Liang-Huan Lu, 5385 Vicente Fernandez, $385 Dennis Clark, 5385 Peter Townsend, $385 Terry Lebrocq, S385 Herlut Hansen, 5385 Jan Dorrestein, 5330 Carl Mason, 5330 ................................... 7 « 7 w Roddy Carr, 5330 ................................... 76-72-72-82-302 TtM* R* R Bannister, cf Clark, ss Rogodzinski, If Martin, rf Frill, Ib Switana, 3b Andrews, 2b Cox, c Hill, P Thomason, p Tttart TtM* -- m OiarMtfM.. 3 t 5 3 5 5 4 4 1 0 M M 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 HBI i 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 D 1 M 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 I-2 CMrlttlWI AB Diione, cf Reynolds, ss Augustine, Armas, rf Moreno, pr Macha, 3b Sanserino, Keogei, lb Ott, c Morlan, p Randolph, Minshall, ; Tttah If 26 ph ) JJH j 4 4 4 0 3 4 2 3 2 1 0 11 *1I R 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 HBI 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 NT 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 -1 E-Ott, Reynolds, Mucha, Andrews, Diione. do 1, Charleston 1 LOB-Tdedo 13, Charleston 5. 28H- Andrews, Martin. 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