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i 3 By AARON RAND EAL (UPI) - It might *ill be a little early to call Tom Weiskopf the Mr, Ccasisteftey of the Professional Golf Association tour, but he yesterday made it five out of eight as he won the $175,000 Canadian Open Golf Championship by two strokes over runner- up Forrest Fezler. JVgskopf, ploying wtaat he c#fl "the beat round of golf on the back nine, that I have played all week," shot a two umferi par round of 70, giving hit&4 72-hole total of 278, 10 tournament. par for the •flhe victory here marked the fifth touinamentt that Weiskoftf has won in his last eight starts. Among hid other recent victories were the British, Colonial, Kemper, and IVB opens. The victory at the British Open came only three weeks ago, In the three tournaments that Wciskopf did not win, he finished second, thind, and fifth. WMh the $35,000 that he picked up for his victory at Richelieu Valley, Weiskopf pushed himself over the $200,000 winningi for the year. Almost $186,000 of that has come in his last gijjj outitii. By virtue of le money won here he moved into second place on the PGA money list this year urn \ - 1 t I.- it R r s ft Despite Weisfcopf's superb play, he was overshadowed for a time by x South African Cole who broke from the tee in the final round and stroked five GALESBUftG, ILL;,..!«%./ JULY1075 PAGE 11 consecutive birdies before par- ring the next three and then picking up his sixth birdie of the front nine on the ninth hole record six under par 30. Cole ended his round at six tinder par 66 after taking a bogle oil the 17th. "1 actually was surprised at cool I was," confessed Cole, who has never won a professional golf tournament to closing his opening nine at a | America despite victories in his Africa. • v-i• '• aggregate total of 281 was the beat finish he had since U he fie TWA TOUT* , up $12, as much as he made all year long wtio almost lost in the shuffle between Weisteof and of golf tike home $i»,9§0 in second place money. Me shot a one- under-par ?i in the final round to give him a 72*hole total of 280. He is still looking for his first win on the PGA tour after chances* the Jackie Gleason where he lost to Lee Trevino. . Mvnd (he top three finishers came first round leader Hale I r Irwin at six*u n d e r-par 282, While ianother shot back were Chuck Courtney, and PGA leading money winner Bruce!after winning a major tourna Crampton. is Bobby finished stroke Jim Ferriell and Bobby Mitchell. Arnold Palmer finished one further back at 285, whjle let frevino wai far down the list at two-over-par 290, after two disastrous rounds of It and 73. From here the golfer! go on to Westchester and then to the PGA in Cleveland. Weiskopf, the hottest thing in pro for the past few months, beginning, to feel the pressure. "People almost expect you to win. There's a lot of pressure ment to keep on winning. "1 don't know how long this can go on, but 1 just know that it's not going to stop right away, because fbtf i§ a state o? mind, and I'm looking forward to playing every week. "1 know it requires to be a champion and t love it. i love the thrill of winning and I don't like to finish second i said after the Masters that the next 10 years Of my life are going to be the best 10 years of my life and I'm going to try as hard as I can to be a champion." t \ * A* J t lit it ~ fit J 4 By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer Wilbur Wood had a beer in fli§ n hand and a thank you for hiS' r 'Ohieago White Sox teammates on his mind Sunday when he officially became a 20- gattfe winner for the third straight season. J '^i\'s always a milestone for a Acosta's 2 1-3 innings of shutout relief. Chuck Tanner his workhorse ier to win his f 20th but I didn?t really win this one/' said Wood after receiving credit for hfepgOth victory of the season in an c 8-6 triumph over the Minnesota Twins. "Ken Hender- sdftfcnd Cy Acosta did." ; The pudgy knuckleballer, who Manager wasn't letting pitcher knock himself as he correctly guessed that Wood was giving, the credit to his teammates. "I know Wilbur is giving a lot of credit to his teammates and that's true/' said Tanner. "But what he's not saying is that we didn't score many runs for him in a lot of those 14 losses which should have been wins." r Henderson's Homer Wo< in bidding to become the plus Imicompiled a 20-14 record in 2§j^innings, was referring to . Henderson's run-scoring single andr. three-run homer Grand Prix Citash Claims L,if e of Briton \ r By ALEX FRERE ZANDVOORT, The Nether-; lands (UPI )—Organizers of the Dutch*'formula one Grand Prix majors' fourth 30-game winner in a half century, is two days behind the victory pace Which carried Denny McLain of the Detroit Tigers to 31 victories in 1968. Lefty Grove and Dizzy Dean were the only other pitchers in the last 50 years to win 30 games in a season. Wood, however, expects at least 17 more starts this season. The Kansas City Royals swept the California Angels, 7-0 and 7-6 in 11 innings, the Milwaukee Brewers defeated the New York Yankees, 7-2 and 6-3, the Tigers downed the Baltimore Orioles, 8-3,. the Cleveland Indians whipped the Boston Red Sox, 8-2 and 6-2 and the Oakland A's beat Texas 7-4 in the second game of a doubleheader after the Rangers won the first game 3-0. National League scores were Pittsburgh over Philadelphia 52 in both games, Chicago over St. Louis 5-4 after a ,5-3 loss, Montreal 6 New York 4, Houston 8 Atlanta 5, Los Angeles 6 Sah Francisco 2 and Cincinnati over San Diego 4-2 after losing 7-i. Wood was tagged for 11 hits and all six runs in 6 2-3 innings before Acosta came in for the save. By that time, the White Sox had scored their eight runs with Henderson driving in a run in the first inning and connecting for his three-run homer in the third. The save was the 10th of the season for Acosta, who gave up a run- scoring single and wild-pitched home another rUn before settling down. , Run-scoring singles by Gail Hopkins and Amos Otis enabled the Royals to come from behind with two runs in the 11th inning of the nightcap arid complete their sweep. 1 Homers by Otis and Frank Healy carried the Royals to their win in the behind the six-hit of Al Fitzmorrig. bpemng pitching Fifteen-game winner Bill Singer was the Angels' loser in the opener, Bell Hurls 8-Hlttter B5b Coluccio's triple and three hits each by Dave May Scott led the National League l. canSS^under growing criticism frtihf"drivers today following the -death Sunday of British drivgp Roger Williamson. r ^S'Zealander Denny Hulme, president of the Grand Prix Drivers Association (GPDA), atta^kfed the organizers for not stoppiiig the race when Williamson's car crashed at 130 m.pjh'jand burst into flames on . thfrrserventh'lap. Briton Mike Hailwood, former - wor,}d. M motorcycling champion, •said ; ( U was "pathetic" that .re-sj'uers with firefighting ; equipment took eight minutes < to i'jeach the burning upside- doyyi ^wreck in which the 25- year-qid Briton was trapped. , Williamson's fiery death overshadowed Scotsman Jackie Ste^aii's fourth grand prix win of the season in his Tyrrell and his record 26th over-all victory. "tuis tragic," said Stewart. "He^Vas one of Britain's best up-ancl-coming young drivers." BHtlsh driver David Purley attempted to free Williamson by righting his burning car. He frantically gestured to three tra&rftarshals to help him but they'lihly tried to restrain him fronklighting the blaze with a ;h aTrd*- extinguisher he had •snatched up. ' Williamson was driving in the second formula one 50 St. Louis Chicago Pittsburgh Montreal Philadelphia New York w. 55 47 pet. .539 gb. 53 50 .515 2Vz 50 50 .500 4 48 52 .480 6 Standings American League East w. 1. pet. g.b; 59 47 .557 - / - and George Brewers to their first-game vicbry over the Yankees and Scott drove in six runs with a • r grand slam homer and a" two- run single in the second game. Bell pitched an eight- hitter for his eighth win in the first game, Frank Linzy, Carlos Velazquez x and Eduardo Rodriguez combined for an 11 -hitter in the' second game. Mike Strahler allowed 10 hits but went the distance for his fourth win for the Tigers, whose 11-hit attack was led by Frank Howard's three;- run homer in the fifth inning. Tony Taylor also drove in a pair of runs with two singles as the Tigers ran their winning streak to four games. Bob Bumbry and Rich Coggins had two hits each for the Orioles. Gaylord Perry pitched a seven^hitter for his ninth win and Frank Duffy drove in three runs for the Indians in their game. ; •<•• Jim Fregosi and Vic Harris Brown for first Tom Timmerman game. then pitched a four-hitter and Buddy Bell hit a two-run homer in the second game as the Indians scored a doubleheader sweep. No Boston player had more than one hit in either homered and Jackie pitched a six*hittter for the Rangers in the first gSme at Oakland. Homers by Reggie Jackson and Sal Bando powered the A's to the nightcap win and doubleheader Split. Jackson's 24th home run of the season came in the fifth ginning off loser Don Dunham, 04, who was making his initial American League start. Bando belted a-., two-run homer, his 19th, in the second inning of the nightcap. Ranger Jim Fregosi argued that the homer was foul and was ejected along with Texas manager Whitey Herzog after a heated discussion at the plate. New York Baltimore Boston Detroit 47 56 .456 8%iMilwaukee 44 54 .449 9 Cleveland 54 44 .551 1 53 48 .525 3M> 53 48 .525 ZVz 50 51 .495 %Vz 38 67 .362 20 1 2 West 1. Los Angel'es Cincinnati w. 65 39 pet. .625 g.b. 61 44 .581 Vh San Francisco 59 45 .567 6 Houston Atlanta San Diego 54 52 .509 12 47 60 .439 19^ 35 69 .337 30 Saturday's Results Phila 5 Pittsbrg 0 St. Lou 7 Chicago 2 N.Y. 11 Montreal 3 Atlanta 3 Houston 1 Cinci 2 S.D. 1, 10 inns San Fran 5 L.A. 0 Sunday's Results Montreal 6 New York 4 Pittsbrg 5 Phila 2, 1st Pittsbrg 5 Phila 2, 2nd St. Lou 5 Chicago 3, 1st Chioago 5 St. Lou 4, 2nd Houston 8 Atlanta 5 L.A. 6 San Fran 2 S.D. 7 Cinci 1, 1st Cinci 4 S.D. 2, 2nd Today 's Probable Pitchers All Times EDT St. Louis (Gibson 11-9) at Chicago (Reuschel 1M) 9 2:30 West Oakland Kansas City Minnesota Chicago California Texas w. I. pet. g.b. 53 46 .558 59 48 .551 Vk 53 48 .525 Vk 51 52 .495 m 49 53 .480 8 38 63 .376 18 1 * p.m. Atlanta (Schueler at Houston (Roberts 5-5) 10-8), 8:30 He died just the ljust Jgrand prix. yards (meters) from where Piers Courage, BrifoBT also burned to death in crash. Drivers had spot another a X &0 the circuit from that dajijunjil Sunday because of its dangers. GALESBURG UK01N-MERCURY •f ^Renral Cars * Hlas More Kinds of: •jMentol Plans •TTayment Plans —f!or More Kinds of People p.m. San Francisco (Bryant 15-7) at Los Angeles (Osteen 11-5), 11 p.m. Montreal (Renko 10-6 and Rogers 1-0) at New York (Matlack 7-13 and McGraw 0=4), 2, 5:30 p.m. Philadelphia (Carlton 9-11) at Pittsburgh (Moose 6-9), 8 p.m.. (Only games scheduled) Tuesday's Games St.Lou at Montreal, night Pittsibrg at N.Y., night Chicago at Phila, 2, twi Cinci at Atlanita, 2, twi L.A. at Houston, night Saturday's Results Oakland 6 Texas 4 Calif 19 Kansas City 8 Milwaukee 5 New York 4 Minn 6 Chi 5, night Boston 7 pieve 4, night Detroit 3 Bait 2, night Sunday's Results Texas 3 Oakland ,0, 1st Oakland 7 Texas 4, 2nd K.C. 7 Calif 0, 1st' K.C. 7 O^Hf 6, 2nd, 11 inn. Chicago 8 Minn 6 Milw7N.Y.2, 1st Milw 6 N.Y 3, 2nd Cleve 8 Boston 2, 1st Cleve 6 Boston 2, 2pd Detroit 8 Bait 3 Today's Probable Pitchers All Times EDT Chicago Minnesota (Bahnsen 13-10) at (Kaat 11-9), 2:15 p.m. Texas (Bibby 4-4) at Oakland (Holtzman 15-9), 11 p.m. Detroit (Loljoh 9-10) at Baltimore (Jefferson 3-2), 8:15 p.m. New York (Beene 5-0) at Boston (Tiant 12-9), 7:30 p.m. (Only games scheduled) Tuesday's Games Bait tat Cleve, twi Detroit at Milw, 2, twi N.Y. at Boston, night Kans City ta Chi, night Minn at Oakland, night Texas at Calif, night BY NEIL HERSHBERG In the American League it was Chicago 8 Minnesota 6, UPI Sports Writer Pittsburgh manager .Bill Vir- Kansas City beating California don feels that shorstop will be twice, 7-0 and 7-6 in 11 innings, the pivotal position in determin- Milwaukee defeating New York ing whether his club will repeat 7-2 and 6-3, Detroit downing National League East Baltimore 8-3, Cleveland whip- Boston 8-2 and 6-2 and champions. The Pirates, who have won nine of their last 11 contests, ping Oakland downed Texas 7-4. Billy Williams belted a two- swept the Philadelphia Phillies run homer in the first inning by^ jdenticajI. 5-2 scores in a and singled home the Winning Sunday doubleheader to move Miri Sn 4 , ea „ Atl .u 4a ; u within four games of first place ™" ,n the seventh to # ve the in the NL East. Cubs a doubleheader split with The doubleheader sweep im- st - Louis after *he Cardinals proved the Pirates' over-all won the opener behind the record to 50-50, marking the effective relief first time since June 5 that the Orlando Pena club has been at the .500 level. pitching of It's said Virdon Breaks Losing Streak The Chicago victory broke a streak and a start," when informed that his team had reached the .500 mark. « . Mtmt . . "We've got to go from here and flve -6ame losing we've got to play better ball was on 'y the Cubs' third win in than we did in the first half." the last 16 games. The Pirates, one of the best Willie Crawford drove in hitting teams in baseball, once three runs with a homer and a again displayed their long ball double and Steve Garvey potential as Willie Stargell, the contributed a three-run homer major leagues' leading home in a four-run eighth inning to run hitter, slammed his 31st give the Dodgers a victory over homer of the season in helping San Francisco, the Pirates to their first game Andy Messersmith went the victory. Manny Sanguillen and distance for the Bob Robertson stroked homers allowing three in the nightcap to help starter five and Luke Walker to his victory in 15 decisions. + Praises Maxvill Dodgers, hits, walking striking out three. seventhlBoth Giant runs off him were unearned. 20»Game Winner White Sox pitcher Wilbur Wood winds'up as he gets set to deliver one of his famous knuckleballs during the second inning of the Chicago-Twins game at Bloomington, Minn., Sunday. The rubber-armed Wood, picking up speed in his bid to become the major leagues' fourth 30-game winner in the last half century/ beat the Twins 8-6 to raise his record to 20-14. He is the first 20-game winner this season, and it is the third time in three years as a starter that he has reached the 20-game mark. UNIFAX Cubs End Major League Leaders National League ab r. b. (Jomet •"Monterey Mota, LA Rose, Cin Wtsn Hou g. ao r. 64 211 26 73 104 424 72 140 106 393 72 129 Pitt 31; Evans, Atl and Bonds, pet. SF 28; Aaron, Atl 27; Johnson, .346. Atl 25. .330 .328 Rbnsn, Phi 68 248 39 80 .323 Gdsn, SF 89 337 34 107 .318 Rent Hourly . . Daily Monthly Maddx, SF 89 354 48" ir2 Crdna, Chi 96 348 56 110 Cdeno, Hou 85 322 58 100 Unser, Phil 84 267 43 83 Mtthws, SF 94 328 46 102 :316 .316 .311 .311 .310! Annually "YftEY NOW HONOR The-fellewing Credit Cards American League ab r. T1 To? Your Convenience 8- Carew, Mn 95 371 63 Horton, Dt 64 228 32 Btaibrg, NY 69 214 34 b. pet. 129 .348 78 73 .342 .341 »»0 Brood 34am a 1 v May, Mil 10Q 405 62 134 .3.31 Davis, Bal 8,2 333 32 105 .315 Mrer, NY 106 412 58 1$ Bmbry, Bl 69 212 42 66 D. Alln, Ch 69 245 39 Munsn, N,y 96 331 54 ! Otis, KC 102 404 71 Home Huns National League: T 76 101 .313 .311 .310 .305 American League: Jackson, Oak 24; Mayberry and Otis, KC 21; Hendrick, Clev 20; Bando, Oak 19. Huns Batted In National League: Bench, Cin and Stargell, Pitt 77; Evans, Atl 71; Bonds, SF 70; Perez, Cin 66. , American League: Mayberry, KC 85; Jackson, Oak 83; Murcer, NY 70; Otis, KC 65; Darwin, Minn 62. Pitching National League: BUlingliam, Cin 15-6; Bryant, SF 15-7; Seaver, NY 12.-5; Sutton, LA 127; five pitchers tied with 11 viatories. American League:'Wood, Chi 122 .302,20-14; Coleman, - Det 16-8: Hunter. Oak CHICAGO (UPI) - Red Schoendienst said Bernie Carbo is the "hottest new player" on his St. Louis Cardinals and Whitey Lockman said he hopes nobody calls his Chicago Cubs' nightcap victory over the Cards "anything like a turning point." The Cardinals and Cubs meet today in the last game of 0 four-game series that should set the tone of the scramble for the lead in the National League East, at least for a while. The onrushing Cardinals increased their eastern division lead to three games by winning the opener, 5-3, but settled back to 2 l k heading Monday's fourth game with Bob Gibson opposing Rick Reuschel. that sent Joe Hague to the Cincinnati Reds. The 25 -yeSr-old right fielder is on a batting binge that started July 4 find has upped his average in that period from .180 to .306 with 30 hits in 66 at-bats. During that span, he has hit all four of his home runs, six doubles and has batted in 20 runs. The Cardinals' Carbo guide is press "suspicious" the ball and I am glad I am." Lockman's Cubs ended a five- game losing streak with the nightcap turnaround, But Lockman saw it as a possible recovery of the old first-place t , j t "It was no turning point," he said. "Not in this division. I talked. to the players between games. I hoped that helped." Virdon was quick to credit the fine play of shortstop Dal Maxvill, acquired a few weeks ago on waivers from the Oakland A's, as instrumental in the club's success. "Our defense is much improved because of him," said Virdon. "If we play better this half it will be primarily because of Maxvill," he added. Maxviirs reputation of being "good glove and no hit" doesn't seem to bother Virdon. After all, what manager would worry with hitters like Stargell, Sanguillen and Robertson in their starting lineup. In other National League games it was Chicago over St. Louis 5-4 after a 5-3 loss, Montreal 6 New York 4, Houston 8 Atlanta 5, Los Angeles 6 San Francisco 2, and Cincinnati over San .Diego 4-2 after losing 7-1. READ THE WANT ADS! - * I 4 says about speaking of batting averages. This turned out to b§ the truth. 4 "Don't talk to me about statistics," he said. "I'm hitting INDIAN ECHOES MODERN CAMP GROUND Showers "We're from all getting great help our new players/ 1 Schoendienst said. "I wouldn't and really couldn't pick one or two out. But at the moment it's Carbo, of course." Carbo is "new" to the Cardi- Vicar Moonlights SlUXmV England (DPI) The .Rev. Tony Miller serves his parishioners well and oftep with beer and other alcoholic Electricity . . . Water . . . Fishing & Boat Rental DtWoyne Swonson I am happy to announce that I am now Associated with FESIIR OlDSMOIIlf, Inc., 120 N. ' Chamber*, Galeiburg, lllinei*. I with to invite all my good cu>< tomert in for the bett in Service. Please see me for a new Qldsmobile or a previously owned car of any make. Aside from acting as vicar of 15-3; Singsr, Callnals as of May 18, 1972, when Holm Cuntram Stargell,'15-7; HolUman, Oak 15-9. 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