Nicklaus Leads Open Through Three Rounds By BOBGREEN Aittclatetf Press Golf Writer PEBBLE BEACH. Calif. (API - Jack Nicklaus destroyed a six-man log jam and established sole control of the lead in the third round of the U.S. Open Golf Championship Saturday as the surprising challenge of Kermit Zarlcy faded with a double bogey on the 17th hole. Nicklaus, heavily favored to add this prestigious title to the famed green jacket he won at the Masters earlier this season, matched par 72 on the windswept. 6,812 yard Pebble Beach Golf Links and was even with par for three rounds at 216. Lee Trevino, the Super Mex who beat Nicklaus in an 18 hole playoff for this title a year ago, plodded on weak and weary legs to within a single stroke of the top spot with a 71 that included birdies on the final two holes. "I think I've got a very good chance," Trevino said in that rasping whisper that is a residue of his recent bout with viral pneumonia and bronchitis. He was tied at 217, one over par, with Zarley and Australian Bruce Crampton. Each had a 73. Zarley, an obscure tour regular whose greatest claim to fame is that Bob Hope once dubbed him "the pro from the moon," held the lead alone at one under par until he collapsed on the 218 yard, par three 17th hole. His tee shot buried in the white sand of a yawning trap and the gangling guy with the odd stride failed to get it out on his first swing. The next explosion put him on the green some 12 feet from the cup and he ducked his blond head in dismay as the putt missed. He tapped in for a double bogey five. Nicklaus. meanwhile, was putting out on the 18th at about the same time, just failing on a birdie attempt and shaking his fist in frustration when the ball slid by. Arnold Palmer, the 42-year- old gallery favorite who last won a major championship in the 1964 Masters, was tied at 218 with young Johnny Miller. Palmer had a 73 and Miller a 71. Zarley's collapse let Nicklaus take the first clear-cut lead in this 72nd national championship. The famed Golden Bear, admittedly gunning for a one- year sweep of all the world's major titles, had been tied with five others at the end of both the first and second rounds. , Zarley. who has won two titles in his 10 years on the pro tour, and Crampton were two of them. The others fell back in the gusty winds that swept over the craggy beaches and gnarled pines that dot this oceanside layout. PEBBLE BEACH. Calif. (APl - Third round icorei Saturday In the 7!nd U. S. Open Golf Chimpionihlp on the 1,111- yard, par 71 Pebble Dtich Golf Llnki Homero Blancas, a former teammate of Zarley's at the University of Houston, took a 76 for 220. Longshot Cesar Sanudo, who has yet to win on the pro tour, hit one out of bounds en route to a fat 78 and 222. And rookie Lanny Wadkins. a 22-year-old former national amateur champion, had consecutive double bogey sixes on the 15th and 16th holes, then bogeyed the 17th and 18th. He had a79-223. They weren't alone in their difficulties with the subtly demanding layout. South African Gary Player had a 75-221 and Billy Casper, a two-time U. S. Open title-holder, blew to a 79 and 226. Tee-Off Tid-Bits Bv HART WARREN IT'S NOT AS EASY AS IT LOOKS, apprentice bullfighter Carlos Escolar discovers in Madrid. As if the bull weren't enough of u problem, he apparently Is In for it from another angle—his own sword, lower right. The past week's fain has given us a giant head start in our preparations for the upcoming Member-Guest slated for July 14,15 and it. Grass is growing in places never believed possible and our greens are in prime condition. So our course should show our out-of-town visitors a good test of golf. We concluded our junior golf lessons last week with several of the participants showing much promise. A reminder to all junior golfers-Tuesdays are junior play days under the direction of Frankie Gates. Malcolm Douglas, Stu Youngblood and Vesta Parker were seen on the links this week testing to see if they could still come out victorious over their girls. Stu! Two down? Malcolm Hinkle had a career low round of 76 last Sunday. Matson Wins Shot Dave Roberts Is 4th Man To Vault 18 Feet la—denoteiamaleur Jack Nlckliui Kermit Zarley Bruce Cramplon Lee Trevino Arnold Palmer Johnny Miller Homero Blaneai Tom Welikopf Gary Player Don January Jerry McGee Ceiar Sanudo Jim Wlecheri Lou Graham Lanny Wadklni Bobby Nlcholi Hale Irwln Larrir II In ton Don Maiaenfale 71-71-71-111 71-71-71-117 74.71.71-117 74-71-71-117 7741-71-111 74.7J-71-III 74-7*- 71- lit 71-74-71-1M 71-74-71-111 71-71-74-111 71-71-71-11! 71-71-71-111 74-71-11-111 7«-M7t-ltl 77-74-71-111 7I-71-71-H1 71-71-71-111 71-11-79- Jll SEATTLE (AP) - Dave Roberts, a Rice University junior, soared 18 feet V« inch Saturday in the National Amateur Athletic Union Track and Field Championships, becoming the fourth man in history to clear 18 feet in the pole vault. Roberts, a left-hander who is one of the world's tallest vaulters at 6 feet 2"i, sailed over the bar on his third attempt to win his second major title of the year. He captured the NCAA championship two weeks ago. He failed on three attempts at a world-record 18-5, going under the bar twice. NBA-ABA Merger May Be In The Offing By BERT ROSENTHAL Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (API-The National and American Basketball Associations, "engaged" for five years now, could consummate their long-awaited marriage within the next few months, but too late for the 197273 season. The 26-year-old NBA and the youthful, upstart ABA have been keeping steady company since 1967. when the ABA was born. Like jealous lovers, they have been constantly engaged in serious battles and disputes whenever one has invaded the other's territory, seeking new talent. But those invasions have helped move up the wedding date. The NBA has lost to the ABA such stars as Rick Barry, Billy Cunningham, Zelmo Beaty and Joe Caldwell. while disengaging the likes of Spencer Haywood. Connie Hawkins, Charlie Scott and Jim McDaniels from the unsuspecting child bride. The suspenseful and secretive proposal, however, is awaiting some serious decisions. The NBA Players' Association, headed by player representative Oscar Robertson of the Milwaukee Bucks and executive director Larry Fleisher, has an injunction in federal court in New York forbidding the two leagues from merging without congressional approval. Any official attempt by tte leagues to merge without such action would be in contempt of court. In order to get around that injunction, the NBA owners reportedly are willing to eliminate the option clause which binds players to the team which signs them. The players have opposed the merger because of the clause which denies them an opportunity to negotiate with other teams when their contracts expire. If the owners agreed to dispose of the clause, the Players Association would drop its suit preventing a merger. It would take a favorable vote by 13 of the 17 NBA owners to dump the clause. Reportedly, there are 14 willing to go along. But the NBA wants some protection against rookies who sign one-year contracts. There would not be any binds placed on veterans. Also to be ironed out are out- of-court settlements on the Barry, Scott and McDaniels cases. Scott jumped from Virginia of the ABA to Phoenix of the NBA late last season. McOaniels also skipped from the ABA to the NBA near the end of the 197172 season, going from Carolina to Seattle. Barry, formerly an NBA scoring champion, left the older league a few years ago and now is with New York of the ABA. Another sticky case pending jg the Julius Erving situation Erving left 'he University of Massachusetts after his junior season and signed last year with Virginia of the ABA. During the playoffs, Atlanta of the NBA announced it had signed Erving. A short time later, Milwaukee picked Erving in the NBA player draft. Meanwhile, tne merger legislation has been stalled since September in a Senate antitrust subcommittee, headed by Sen. Sam J. Ervin Jr., D-N.C., a strong opponent of the bill. Once a bill leaves the subcommittee, it normally goes to the full Senate and then to the House for voting. However, the merger received a strong boost this past week when it was announced that the bill would go before a House Judiciary subcommittee some time during the last week of July. The subcommittee hearings will include pending legislation to make all professional sports subject to antitrust laws. The pro basketball bill, introduced by Rep. Jack Brooks, D-Tex., would exempt the NBA and the ABA from antitrust laws so they. could complete plans to merge. Brooks' bill is similar to that passed by Congress in 1966 allowing the merger of the National and American football leagues. Coincidentally. when the NFL and AFL merged, they had a total of 26 teams, and now both pro basketball leagues have the same figure. There are 17 teams in the NBA and nine in the ABA. The ABA reduced its number by two last Tuesday at its Board of Trustees meeting in New York, lopping off "weak sisters" Pittsburgh and Florida. It also enhanced its stature by approving the sale of the Memphis team to Charles 0. Finley, who also owns baseball's Oakland A's and hockey's California Golden Seals. ABA Commissioner Jack Dolph said that eliminating the two weak franchises made his league "more attractive to the NBA" for a possible merger, absorption or consolidation. Another ABA official said the Memphis sale "can be an asset to our plans to be absorbed by the NBA." Dolph, however, refused comment when asked why the ABA had to make itself more attractive to the NBA since the two leagues already have agreed to accept each other. Dolph, incidentally, resigned recently, effective in October, when his three-year contract expires. He said that NBA Commissioner Walter Kennedy most likely would become commissioner of the merged league when it is formed. He predicted "merger is inevitable," and his early resignation announcement indicated it would come soon. Kennedy also was optimistic regarding a merger in the near future. At the NBA's Board of Governors meeting Thursday and Friday in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., he said it would not be unrealistic to expect the bill to be voted upon in the Senate in July and in the House before Oct. 1, when this congressional session ends. He indicated that the leagues might be walking down the aisle hand-in-hand during the draft of college players next spring. Chris Evert Leads U.S. To Wightman Cup Win WIMBLEDON, England (API — Chris Evert, 17. calmly steered the U.S. women's tennis team to a 5-2 conquest of Britain Saturday for the Wightman Cup. Keeping her cool in a tricky wind, the fair-haired girl from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., settled the issue by downing Joyce Williams 6-2, 6-3 for her third victory on Wimbledon's No. I court in two days. It gave the Americans a decisive 4-1 lead, and it meant the cup returned to the United States for the 37th time. The British have won it only seven times. The U.S. squad, rated underdogs because four of its most experienced stars were not playing, started the second day with a 2-1 lead. Patti Hogan of La Jolla, Calif., mastered Britain's Corinne Molesworth 6-8, 6-4. 6-2 to make it 3-1. Then came Miss Evert. She overpowered Mrs. Williams and made sure that America kept the cup. The remaining two matches were a mere formality. Virginia Wade salvaged some of Britain's sagging reputation by defeating Wendy Overton of Washington B-6. 7-5; but Miss Overton and Valerie Ziegenfuss of San Diego won the final doubles against Miss Wade and Mrs. Williams 6-3,6-3. Miss Hogan set up the American triumph by overcoming Miss Molesworth in a gruelling baseline duel which lasted over two hours. Miss Hogan had more stamina than her slightly built opponent. She also had a richer variety of shots, including a daintily played half volley which scored every time. MATCHED FOR OTHERS LOUISVILLE (AP) - When Riva Ridge won the Kentucky Derby of one mile and a quarter in 2:01.4 he matched the time registered by Twenty Grand in 1931, Swaps in 1955, Chateaugay in 1963 and Majestic Prince in 1969. The only others over 18 feet in history are left-hander Chris Papanicolau of Greece, 180'/«; Kjell Isaksson of Sweden and Bob Seagren of Los Angeles, both 18-4'4 for the pending world record. Earlier in the 84th national championship meet, James Dare and Jerome Howe rocketed into Olympic contention in distance races. Howe ran 1,500 meters in 3 minutes 38.2 seconds for the fastest time in the world this year to become the fourth fastest American of all time. Dare, a 26-year-old mustachioed Navy lieutenant, burst out of the pack in the 3.000- meter steeplechase to win the event in a lifetime best8:33.7. It was the fourth best time by an American this year. Dare begun the year with a lifetime best of 8:56.0. Greg Fredericks, Penn State senior, hasn't done much running lately because of final exams. But when the finals came up in the 10,000 meter run at the Amateur Athletic Union national track championships it was clear he'd done his homework—he set an American record. Fredericks, 22, was content to stay with the leading pack Friday until the final stretch when he put his head down and burst past defending champion Frank Shorter and Olympian Tom Laris to win in 28 minutes, eight seconds. The old American record of 28:17.6 was set by Billy Mills in 1965. Fredericks also obliterated the meet mark of 28:47.0 held by Tracy Smith since 1968. Friday also saw a meet record broken in the shot put by world champion Randy Matson and one equalled by Rod Milburn in the 110-meter high hurdles. Matson pushed the iron ball 69 feet 6 '* inches to better his 6710'/4 toss in the 1970 AAU meet but short of his 71-5 '4 world mark. Milburn, who suffered his first loss in 67 starts to Tom Hill in the semifinals, came back to take the finals in 13.4 seconds and began immediately talking about the world record of 13.2. "That record is gonna go the first time I hit that track," Milburn said of his appearance at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore., at the end of the month. Fredericks was somewhat worried about his condition. "I train between 120 and 130 miles a week," he said. "This week, I only worked about 85 miles. I had finals." In other Friday finals, Robert Taylor of Texas Southern, a rather improbably sprinter at 200 pounds, zipped through the 100-meter in 10.2 to nip Isaac Curtis and Herb Washington by a tenth. Defending champion Dr. Delano Meriweather was ousted in the semis. Al Schoterman, the 1972 National Collegiate Athletic Association hammer champion from Kent State, took that event with a heave of 228-1. Hal Connolly was second at 217-8. Southern Cal Wins NCAA Baseball Title OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - The college baseball world belongs to Southern California's Trojans and veteran head coach Rod Dedeaux. Southern Cal edged Arizona State 1-0 Friday night in the finals of the 26th College World Series gaining an unprecedented third straight championship and a record eighth time. Sophomore relief pitcher Russ McQueen was named most valuable player in the double- elimination tourney. He was the key factor in four USC contests on the Trojans' road to the title. After fighting back through the losers' bracket following a loss to Arizona State early in the tourney, Dedeaux said "this has to be one of our all-time hiehs." McQueen quashed an Arizona State threat in the fifth by throwing five pitches to retire the side with the bases loaded and the Trojans clinging to their one-run lead. McQueen allowed only two base runners for the remainder of the game although Arizona State outhit Southern Cal six to five. " I was extremely proud of our kids," first year Arizona State Oakland 3, Indiana 2 OAKLAND (AP) - Rookie left-hander Dave Hamilton won his fourth consecutive baseball game Saturday, combining with Darold Knowles to pitch the Oakland A's to a 3-2 American League victory over the Cleveland Indians. Hamilton allowed six hits in the eight innings he worked before leaving for a pinch hitter. KnowJos pitched the ninth. Gaylord Perry of the Indians failed for the second time in his bid for his llth victory. The A's scored all their runs on three hits off Perry in the fourth inning. Joe Rudi was hit by a baseball, and Reggie Jackson doubled to bring him home. Sal Bando grounded out, and Mike Epstein was given an intentional walk. Industrial League Scores Coach Jim Brock said. "When you are 64-6 for the season, you have super kids." Four members of champion Southern California, including most valuable play Russ McQueen, were named Friday to the College World Series all-tournament baseball squad. McQueen, a sophomore right- hander, won three games for the Trojans and saved a fourth as they won an unprecedented third straight NCAA title and an eighth over-all. Other USC players on the squad were first baseman Dar, yl Arenstein, catcher Sam Ceci and outfielder Tim Steele. Runner-up Arizona State had pitcher Craig Swan, second baseman Ken Reed and outfielders Bump Wills and Gary Atwell. Mississippi shortstop Steve Dillard and Texas third baseman David Chalk rounded out the honor team selected by sports writers and sportscasters covering the 26th annual series. Dillard, who played in just two games, was the top hitter on the squad with a .625 average. Wills led those that played in more games with a .350 mark. Dillard, Wills and McQueen are sophomores. Ceci, Reed, Swan, Steele and Chalk graduate this year and the others are juniors. Cards 4, Giants 3 ST. LOUIS (AP) - Lou Brock's llth-inning sacrifice fly scored Dwain Anderson with the winning run Saturday as the St. Louis Cardinals nipped the San Francisco Giants 4-3 in a National League baseball game. Anderson had walked with one out in the llth and then raced to third on Jose Cruz' double. Pinch hitter Ed Crosby was intentionally walked, loading the bases, but Brock crossed the strategy by lofting a fly ball to Elliot Maddox that enabled Anderson to score the deciding run. St. Vincent's smashed Crall 24-9 in softball play Thursday night. Mike Velasquez got the win and Larry Daniels suffered the loss, his first of the year. Doug Kidwell led St. Vincent's batters with five hits in six trips to the plate. Mike Fortin was three for four and Benny Wyant three for five, also for St. Vincent's. Fortin and Kidwell had homers in the game. St. Vincent's big inning was the fourth, when they scored seven runs. Gerald Owens played an outstanding defensive game and St. Vincent's pulled off three double plays to halt some Crall threats. For Crall, Dave Siddens was three for five and Danny Strawn was two for four. Stokes' Deep Rock beat Harvester Barbecue 6-2 in other action Thursday night. Jackie Graham got the win and Doug Cunningham sustained the loss. Nelson Medley was four for five and Tommy Downs three for five for Stokes. Kurt Kelly got a homer, also for Stokes. Wade Archibald and Kenny Cloud led BBQ hitters; each went three for four. Pioneer Natural Gas bombed Skellytown 23-1 in the other Thursday night game. Delbert Daniels got the win and Rex Pryor took the loss. Mike Reddell and Jerry Baten led PNG in hitting, each with three hits in six trips. Reddell and Bill Hueston played good defensive games. For Skellytown Delasantos had a triple and drove in Skellytown's only run. June 20 Barbeque meets PNG and Skellytown plays Oil Field Pipeline. Stokes' Deep Rock goes against St. Vincent's June 22. Oil Field Pipeline plays Crall and BBQ plays Skellytown the same night. Standings Team W Pioneer Gas 4 St. Vincent's 2 Crall 2 Skellytown 2 Stokes 2 Oil Field 1 Harvester BBQ 1 Smith And Van Dillen Clinch Davis Cup Win MEXICO CITY (AP) - The U.S. team of Stan Smith and Eric Van Dillen won a marathon first set Saturday and went on to beat Mexico's Joaquin Loyo Mayo and Vincente Zarazua 21-19,6-3,6-4 and clinch the Davis Cup North American Zone championship for the U.S. It gave the United States an insurmountable 3-0 lead in the tennis competition, with two singles matchs remaining to be played Sunday. The United States, defending champions in Davis Cup play, will next meet Chile for the American Zone title. Under a new format for the Davis Cup this year the defending champion must go through the qualifying rounds. The first set lasted almost two hours, with Smith and Van Dillen breaking Zarazua's service to win. The loss of that set seemed to break the spirit of the Mexicans. Loyo Mayo's service was broken in the second game of the second set and in the first game Yanks 3, Texas 2 NEW YORK (AP) - John Ellis singled home the tiebreak- ing run in the fifth inning, and Sparky Lyle bailed Mel Stottlemyre out of trouble in the eighth to give the New York Yankees a 3-2 victory over the Texas Rangers and a sweep of Saturday's American League doubleheader. Steve Kline blanked Texas on five singles and delivered a key single and run-scoring squeeze bunt as the Yankees won the opener 2-0. The sweep gave the Yanks a four-game winning streak, their longest of the i baseball season. Felipe Alou started New York's winning rally in the nightcap with a two-out single in the fifth off reliever Jim Panther and went to second when first baseman Don Mincher muffed Panther's pickoff throw. Bernie Allen was purposely passed, but Ellis bounced a single into left field, scoring Alou. The Rangers nicked Stottlemyre for a run in the first on Dave Nelson's single, his IWh stolen base and two infield outs. ; But the Yankees came right and tagged Texas starter Mike Paul for two runs on Bobby Murcer's double and singles by Roy White, Alou and rookie Celerino Sanchez, his first major league hit and run batted in. D.V. Biggers and Homer Craig won't forget that for a long time. Martin Reeves, our touring pro, is In town for a short visit-still having trouble with his putting stroke. Martin has tried everything from putting backwards between his legs to using a coke bottle, so we made up a limerick for him: There was a young semi from out our way, Who hung by his toes from the doorway, He said, "Well I'll be, Hey pro look at me, I think I've discovered one more way." Good lubk Martin, see you in the rough. Little League Scores One Bull edged the Rotary Club 4-3 in the first AL game Friday night. In the second contest SAJ Mart got by Haralson Oil 2-1. Steve Stout pitched a two hitter in getting the win. Doug Rice drove in the winning run. Marsh pitched a three hitter for Haralson. Moose Lodge drubbed VFW 14-6 in the National League's opener. Steve Young was on the mound for Moose Lodge. Elliot Crawshaw went three for four to lead all hitters. Holmes Gift Shop slipped by Duncan Insurance in the NL's second game. Greg Koch was the winning pitcher. Mark Coufal, Tommy Gray and Fred Lewis each had two hits in three trips to the plate. Behrman's Kevin Andis hit a bases loaded triple in the last inning to provide the margin in a 9-8 farm league win over Pioneer Natural Gas. Mike Butler got the victory. In the second farm league game Ford's Body Shop beat UCT 13-5. Allen Cole was the winning pitcher. Babe Ruth Scores Pampa Lumber beat Grant Supply 7-4 in Thursday's first BR game. Mike Frasier got the win. Cree barely got by the Lions Club 1-0 in the second game Thursday night. Mark Baird was on the mound for Cree. In Friday night play Ideal beat Pampa Hardware 8-3 in the opener. Dennis Edmondson was the winning pitcher. First National Bank got by Johnson's Inc. 7-2 in the second game with Mickey Lowe hurling. The Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Eatt W. L. Pet. G.B. 30 22 .577 29 22 .569 '4 23 27 .460 6 24 21 16 West 35 17 32 20 27 25 25 23 Baltimore Detroit Cleveland New York Boston Milwaukee Oakland Chicago Minnesota Kansas City California Texas 29 27 34 .453 6'/i .438 7 .320 13 23 28 29 32 .673 .615 3 .540 7 .472 10 '/i .463 11 .418 13'/i of the third set. Smith, from Sea Pines, S.C., was devastating with his blazing service and well-placed shots to the chalk marks. The singles Sunday will pit Smith against Loyo Mayo in one match and Tom Gorman against Zarazua in the other. No Wish-Bone In All-Star Tilt LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP) Coaches "Bear" Bryant of Alabama and Chuck Fairbanks of Oklahoma have both ridden the wish-bone offense to fame and championships—but neither plans to use that weapon in next Saturday's Coaches' AHAmerican football game. The night game, to be played here for the third year in a row, will be held in Texas Tech's Jones stadium. It will be telecast by ABC. Both Bryant, coach of the East squad, and Fairbanks, coach of the West team, told reporters this weekend that they won't use the wishbone in the game, sponsored by the American Football Coaches" Association. The favored West team features two of last season's top quarterbacks, Jerry Tagge of Nebraska and Jack Mildren of StOCktOtt WlttS Oklahoma. Other names in the I West line-up are tailback Jim NfJA A Kinney of Nebraska and Ber- •>• "• ^ *•<• * nard Jackson of Washington State. National League East W. L. Pet. G.B. Pittsburgh New York Chicago St. Louis Montreal Philadelphia 35 35 31 24 22 20 18 19 22 31 31 34 .660 .648 .585 .436 .415 .370 — 4 12 13 '/i 15'/i West Cincinnati Houston Los Angeles Atlanta San Diego San Francisco 34 32 32 26 IB 20 20 23 24 28 37 42 .630 .582 .571 .481 .327 .323 — 2 3 8 16 18 'A 'A Bryan's squad features the "Italian stallion," All-American Johnny Musso of Alabama, with added punch from Michigan State's Eric Allen. Allen set an NCAA single game rushing record last year with 350 yards against Purdue. The East got a set-back when Auburn's Pat Sullivan declined to play, but Bryant says he is confident in Tennessee State's Joe Gilliam and North Carolina's Paul Miller at quarterback. The West leads the series 65. Since the game moved to Lubbock from Atlanta, each team has won once. Tony Jacklin ot England won three automobiles in dosest-to- the-pin contests in his first three months on the PGA tour this year. ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - Trin- ,ty University's top-seeded Dick Stockton defeated teammate Brian Gottfried 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 62 to win the singles title in the 88th annual NCAA tennis championships Saturday. Stockton, who lost the opening set, took command midway through the second set and had little trouble beating his college roommate. The fourth-seeded Gottfried was upset by a call in the second set which seemed to take away his edge. Stockton's powerful game produced seven service breaks in the final three sets. In the doubles, Stanford's fourth-seeded team of Roscoe Turner and Alex Mayer defeated Trinity's third-seeded team of Paul Gerkien and Gottfried 6-1,3-6,6-3,6-4. Trinity, whigh clinched the team championship Friday, ended the tournament with a record 36 points.
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