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Dei Meinfts Sunday Register July 11, IU9 JJ| Sperti Saetien * * Nkklaus Skids to 71, He's Tied by Mitchell, Floyd AKRON, OHIO <AP) - Ray Floyd «nd Bob Mitchell over-; Lewis grounded to short hauled faltering Jack Nicklaus and moved into a three-way tie'Jim Driscoll filed out for the top spot at 20.1 Saturday after three rounds at the $125,000 American Golf Classic. : Continued from Page One and Nfcklaus, after consecutive laoftl) Mlch J Mi Lt * ot "* u N?ew«_. 1 ftlenou . *?.»/« rounds of M, went to a 71 on i Sixths damp T.fflO-yard south jgr, course at Firestone CoiTntry ?•?•>. Club. Floyd, a non-wlnner 1965, had a 68, and then Mitch- JjRR gfffll* first " Uljftr . Tewniend w**W' my. Jacobs i Terry Wllcox Ken venturi Arnold Palmer D»vt Elcrieibtroer Jim Colbert . Guv Brewer : Pi ' " aul Harnev Bof i»rr > Tommy Bolt «e M ell, still looking for his tour victory, had a 70. Into Contention Host pro Bobby Nichols moved into contention with a 67 for 205, just two strokes off theib? v , 6 tfn a " r „„„„ Ron Cerrudt paCC- Butch B«!rd Frank Beard went to a 72 but: gsnft r &* ync( " held on to fifth place at 207. §£• /*•»„• • • Five are tied at 2(W. They ; oVrfn^jo'icifinson are Tommy Jacobs, with the ~ ~ day'* best roand, a <W; Tom Welskopf, 17; England's Peter Townsend, M; Don Bies, M, and Gene Littler, 71. U.S. Open champion Orville Moody rallied with a 67 for 209 Too Windy A crisp wind blowing in from left field helped preserve Steve's no-hitter in the seventh and final inning. Lachemann's drive would have been a homer on a calm night. As it was, left field Fred Rico was against the fence at the 370-foot mark when he made a 11 reaching catch. '' Velazquez disappointed the 3,536 witnesses with bis double into the right-center alley before Norton utterly distressed them. Wayne had a 2-2 count Ron Cerrudo 75-70-M-ZI3I " -— J 7?.mi-I13 n-n-w— in . . •_.... 71-70.72-2J3! when he crunched a hanging «.>l.'7j_2) W-72-73-214 . 70-71-73—214 curve over the right-field wall 360 feet awfty. The Oaks still had a fight for Dfln Slkej .. 70-71-73—314! ' " c """" *"" "«"• " "B" 1 "" HaTe "r'SSn""' •••'. . .. "'-7W3-lu! survival a(ter Northey singled Fred Marti Johnny Pott Grler Jones i Terry Dill .. 71-; 7J- 75-7 «7.7 -214 -214 -214 68 and Arnold Palmer had a for 211. Lee Trevino neglected to sign his score card after shooting a 74 and was disqualified. Good Start Nicklaus, attempting to fight his way out of a prolonged slump, opened with birdies on the first two holes. But he bogeyed Nos. 7 and 9, missing the green and relatively short putts each time. iHaFrv'tMeiTno On the back nine, his irons _ -214 Bert'Green* ". '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. «7.7J.7S-JU Bob Stanton 70-W-7S—214 Jullui Boros 71-70-74—215 Billy Maxwell 73-71-71—215 Miller Barber 71-74-70—21! Dale Douqlass . "' Mac McClcndon Dick Rhyan .... Bob Lunn Chi Chi Rodriguez _...- ... 75-M-72— 215 1 1 „ _ i, 71-72-72—215 1 1 3 S K .......... ««-7<-73-J15 Monty Kaser ................ 4»-72-74— 215 J.C. Goosle ................ 70-70-75-215 Don Mauenoale ------ "' Tom Nleporte . . Bert Yancey ... Dean Refram Dave Stockton 70-70-76—: tJ.Ji.75-: 72-71-73-: 72-71-73—: .216 73-216 73—216 73-71-72—216 Ken'StliS™"'."'.'.. '.'.'.'.'.'.'•'.'• '• '• '• '•'. 70-72-74—714 Rod Funseth 74-71-72-217 Bunky Henry 70-75-72-217 Jerry McGee 71-72-74-217 Frank Boynton Howell 'Fraser 71-72-74—217 69-73-75-217 'florSeson ':.'.'..'.. ..!.'.'.' 71-72-75-218 Stone 7«-4»-73—21» y Fleckman 7.3-7.'-Zf-i!i Paul Bob _ Marty Mason Rudolph" .'.'.'.'.'.'...'.'.'.'. 71-73-74-211 Jay Hebert 70-74-75-21? ::::::::::::: 73.72-74-2» Everett Vlnzant 74-70-75—219 Allan „..... ..::::::::...: 7»-"-£-«s . .. , , , . . i nerman Keiser 70-71-W—221 turned erratic and he had to i steve opperman 71-74-77-222 ., .. . . .-lArtWall . 75-70, withdrew scramble. He bogeyed No. 17 \ pete Brown 70-75, djsauawied when he was in a trap, blasted j-—-*^ oiit short and just missed a 25- foot er. He saved a share of the lead with a par on 18. He put his tee shot into the deep left rough, pitched over the green hut chipped back to within a foot'. Floyd, 26, made the biggest gains. He birdied the fifth from 25 feet and tapped in a 20-footer on the ninth before matching another birdie with his lone bogey coming home. Mitchell, in second place going into the day's play, birdied the first hole from 30 feet but caught bogeys on Nos. 3 and 6 when he missed the green. He got back to even par with a six-foot birdie putt on 10 and he and Floyd advanced to a share of the lead with Nicklaus' bogey on 17. and Rich Severson bunted him to second in the Royal's last turn. Manager Jim Williams replaced Mike Olivo with Bob Bob complicated his b y walking George Spriggs. But the Venezuelan then lured a double play grounder from Luis Alcaraz and the Oaks owned the fourth victory in their last five starts. Olivo was tormented by hits Decathlon Drake's Rick Wanamaker that were very close to being; and Rex Harvey of the Iowa No. 18 at Spencer Country Club . . . Homes divide first and second nines. i Spencer Country Club 'Helped' by Fire DISASTER CATALYST FOR BUILDING NEW COURSE (Ninth in n scrim i outs when Omaha took its 1-0 Staters Track Club lead in the second inning. record-breaking Rowe couldn't quite make a performan c e s g r a s s-top catch of Dennis P a e p k e ' s low liner. Steve Boros' shot to center caromed off the fingers of Norton's glove j cathlon cham- turned in i n the Iowa Federation de- for another single. There way was no immediate ' damage, for Paepke tried to score all the way from first. Norton fired to Fazio and the second baseman's relay cut down Dennis at the plate. pionships which finished Saturday at Drake Stadium. Wanama k e r 'set a state in- j tercolle g i a t e 'record by totaling 7,023 points NEW V LO_OK IOWA'GOLF However, Jim Campanis fol-; to capture the championship. lowed with an infield squib, | After winning the high jump and barely beating it out. Olivo! shot put Friday, Wanamaker fanned Northey, only to have won the no-meter' high hurdles, Hagge, Mann Tie for Lead On Par 219s KAIMESHA LAKE, N.Y. (AP) — Marlene Hagge shot a 73 and Carol Mann posted a 75 and shared a three-shot lead Saturday after the third round of the $36,000 Ladies Professional Golf A s s o c i a tion championship. Both finished 54 holes at 219, even par for the 6,306-yard, par NOLAN SHARP IN FIRST START 1 Olivo marooned Rico after i Fred's triple with one out in !the third, then yielded only two wan ever to be awarded over By Buck Turnhnll S PENCER. IA. — When a spectacular JI'iO.OOO fire leveled the Spencer Country Club nine years ;igo. it was a disaster at the time but actually served as a catalyst for the construction of a new golf course. The fire put into motion what had been only idle talk before, leading to the purchase of 170 acres at the northwest edge of town for an 18-hole course and land for many adjoining homes. "Our old course was nine holes and we had been thinking about the possibility of building another nine for some, time." explained Ken Morris, the current Country Club president. Quick Ke;ic'i;>n '•The fire sort of hastened Ihiims along. After it became apparent that we'd be unable to obtain the heeded land near the old course, we decided to move and build an entirely new course. "It was not without problems, however. This is the fifth year of the course's operation and during that time we've had Harvey became, the first Io- ' tn rep | ace many of the underground pipes because they were RICK WANAMAKER ind discus evente hlts , nlhelastfour , nnini(S Ken had the backing Satur- 1,000 points for a single event in winning the pole vault with a leap of 15 feet 8 a '4 inches. That was good for 1,003 points Wanamaker won the Iowa Amateur Athletic Union's' rie- dianapolis righthander Garyi fallin g behind, 1-0, in the sec- Nolan regretted only one pitch' on <j. innin g- Saturday nieht before retirine R ' C ° Singled ' stole Second anri aaiuraay mgnt oetore retiring scored on a sjng)e b - Qsborne. 21 straight Tulsa batters and The Royals' only other hit was Jerr y Bachmann of Drake winning the first game of an!a harmless double b v George hlirled the i avell ' n 2n5 fept . 7 American Association double- ;Spriggs in the fifth. ' '"<*<" '« win » hat event '" Solimine's homer opened the third and the Oaks gained j _ » j i * • i . L .. „• i the decisive run on a walk to demoted to tnple-A by the Cm-! Rowc one of ^^ three singles, and Ossie Cha- either laid wrong or were faulty in the first place. "So we've been in a financial pinch until recently, which held us back from making other improvements like adding sand traps and planting trees. "But we're making headway now and put in RflO new trees this year. They were needed' too, because we planted 7(10 small'ones originally and nine-tenths of them died" There are several distinctive features about the relatively flat Spencer layout, in addition to the ever-present wind that rates as the chief hazard against sub-par scoring. One is the fact that 51 home sites (for houses in the $35.000 header, 3-1. In his first, start since being! Warden. Norton's homer also was a The Winners ngelmeyer of Dubuque, fi-4. ... , . loo--hiqn school—Steve Moll, Southeast ' . 'leadoff gesture in the fourth. H PO*. iio.i,- coiieqe-Brent si»v. Drake m the semifinals, hit or even a walk the rest of wa J fnlinw^H hv a walk tn -°' ?i hi9 - h -- sch , 00 I-? ir ^-- K ^X S^ cinnati Reds, Nolan threw a home run ball to Oiler right- varria's smash that caromed fielder Billy Wolff in the first off the 8 lnve of loser Jon • inning. I But he didn't allow another 73 Concord Hotel golf course. S e c o n d-round leader Susie Berning used 17 strokes on thej ou( . ej ^. first, three holes and wound up e ' with an 80 at 222. Betsy Rawls (79) tied her for second place. Bunched at 224 were U.S. • :•- -11 champion Donna Caponi .1 . Murle Lindstrom Breer The throw from left i c o bounced away from Champ 10 Back •'JS'fcST 1 fending champion Sandra p ~; >OUs lp carded 77 for 229. ., i wi_aM if rt .. 5 t 1 "1 the track meet held in con- TENNIS — jnction with the decathlon. Cnntinued from Pace One Dick Kopich of Fort Dodge . . won the junior high division has lost just in fi ames in four 100-yard dash anrl long jump, matches. After checking Arden and ran the second leg of the stokstad of Des Moines, fi-0, winning Ivgh school 440 relay fi 2 _ jn , ne quarterfinals, he whipped third-seeded Bob Spre- Iowa Open Tennis AT CEDAR RAPIDS Singles to $50.00(1 range i are situated in the middle of the course, dividing the first and second nines. Rack yards are ftut of bounds on the second, third, eighth and sixteenth fairways Another well-remembered detail by all who play the course is the difficulty of the three finishing holes. They have ruined the title hopes of more than one goller and probably will again in this week's Northwest Amateur. S ToiiRh Hojrs From the championship tees (it's a rugged fi.orid yards from there i. No- )fi is a 4.10-yard par 4 into tjie prevailing south wind; No. 17 measures 255 (over a lagoon I, and No. 18 is a 385-yard, par-4 hole that calls for two precise shots—s drive to cut the corner nf a pond on the left, putting you in position for an approach through a small tree-lined valley. "There was a young fellow here from California who played 1 in the Northwest Amateur last year," recalled Emory Snyder, Spencer's veteran greenskeeper. "He really had his gamr going and was five under par through IS holes, then finished bogey, bogey, bogey. You should have heard him complain about (hose (href holes whrn he came in. "He said: 'Why don't you pul the last three holes first Io get them out of the way early'.'' I said: 'If we put them first, some of you guys would never go on ' '' V'hen Bill Ross. Spencer High School's golf coach, resigned as tlv.' club professional this year to buy a course in Michigan' Snyder assumed operation of the pro shop and Chuck Mohr was hired as the new greenskeeper. Teaching Preacher This left the club without a teaching pro but, in a somewhat unusual arrangement. Wally Rasmussen agreed to take on the teaching duties part-time. That's unusual because Rasmussen, a former pro, now is the minister at the Little Sioux Lutheran Church. So you might say the Spencer Country Cluh is one plare where, you can really get religion on the goli course. YUGOSLAVS, SneadGoes ASHE IN FINAL WEN Oiurlerlmal round— Steve Wilkinson. Iowa Citv, beat Arden Slokstad. Des With a 70 team. 6-0, Boh Collins, ill.3; iunior high sirls, Debbie Carroll. Collins, :12.0; iunior hiah - Dick . carron, toum . ^ ^ ^ ^^ m ^ { ^ Wilkinson S his school. Jim Rt/- Stokstad probably expressed Wilkins during was followed by a walk IB 'j the seven-innig game. He struck Fazio and singles by Solimine KOP™!!; ine,...^,^ and Lewis filling the bases. ^rJr'gSnda"^^!'."" ^ — ,V foes are left in FIRST GAME The final run came on Jim , : ,ii^ RrWWttwSnfuVtali 1 .". 1 ; match with Steve. jbrhbl TUL$ * ,brhbl;DriSCOU'S sacrifice fly but was • "^He-Lynn Lee, Drake, 15:26.8. Concpcn ss 3010 Wolff rf 3 1 1 0 <, n vionrnuclv Hicnutorl hv 1 '/2-mile—college, Gordon Patraon den 4000 Day cf 3 Q 0 o' s ° Vigorously disputed ny Dr j|, e> 4:51.3; hlflh school. Randy ......j..-. —.... Rompt n e .i , and leading money winner I iiv Whitworth (78). ' It's like a shooting gallery," Arden shouted after losing a beat Mike Snrfi 6-i, 6-1 Semifinal rou 6-7. 4-6. « I. WOMEN Semifinal round—Mona Schaliau. lov Citv. beat Kalhv Welsh, Omahs. *-2. *-l; („__:,. nhamnionshins Judy Thompson, Da>/enoorl. brai Xaiy " nnls Cnampionhnips. Fklchsr. D.M.. «-3. 4-1. Doubles MEN - T Iowa City, beat-Bi INDIANAPOLIS. IND. iAP>-- '"ioVirlv: k° th dpfemlin fi s'.nRlcs cham- MONTREAL. QUEBEC. !un uy que? r M! P inns - ^ lark Criaebncr and Nan- CANADA (APi -- Sam Sneari , »..i a cy Richey, n^re defeated Satur- widened his lead in the rain-de'"' dav by foreigners in the semi- la y ed third rmind Saturday of ,.','..,.. , ,„ ,, . the Canadian Open golf champ„ Imals of the National (.lav Court .^^ fjrjng > a ^^.p^ 70 .for a 54-hole total of 205 Franuiovic, a highly Sneart, now 11 strokes under regarded young player from par, has been the pace-setter Yugoslavia, beat draebner, the all the way and the third round Fir» round-John ciancy-Brug^N^ti., ^ n 2 -rankfid U.S. player from began taking its toll of his dry- n Tetaii jT ! fielder u N'I , 3:57.2; high school, John Ouinnell, 3:29.Oi Iunior high, Mark Johnson, Mason . ci, v , 3^0.0. . , sF-coneepcion. ! made a quick recovery and Mrs. Hagge, who started the; win$fow <L I-D H R ER BB so; tagged Ernie again, claiming H R ER us so! thai he had missed the p'af-. 20^?: ntqh school the filth tournament has competed in this summer, hut it is his first t r i p In a championship match. ••I've been playing pretty IP H R PP HA ^n th'f)l HP hfiri mi^Qpri thp n'nt'• Shot—-college. At Feverbdch, EmDo r ifl ._ S2-37 « ER "fsoitnai ne nad missen me pa? . Sl ^ e ; ji,,,, ; hiq h school, John -.-- ,,,. t , i Monteaoudo ii-34 i i o o Paepke bumped Umpire Fred O.M., 40-10,- iunior hion, Bruc« K IV four Shots Off the pace aft- ; HBP-Mont»«oudo, (Plummerl. T— \:4fi. „. ,, , • .r , , . liamsburg, 36-0. .: mm aimu uii i K ,. B andford in the process Of hlS Discus-college. Scott Berrv, Dubuque, i" rounds of 74-72. Went OUt in . . . ... , F . . , 1S3-0; hiqh school. Jack Shepard, O.M., par of t i minus in d IB, TTCII. l«w. »i.^... ^™., COmplamt. After he W3S ejected 139 »i iunior high, Jim ShePard, D.M.. a?, l 1 ^ 1 Dennv hurled the ball into the 5 > 0 ie vault-chip Mahon, Ames, 12-6 i " ,.,r,™-,r, High lump—high school, Mike Murphy, 3 Woman Perry, 4-0; iunior high. Ron Sharp, D.M., 5-10. Javelin—college. Jerry Bachmann, SECOND GAME Drake. 205-7; liiah school, levalls, D.M., •brhbi OMAHA ab r h bi M7-1I. 3 0 0 0 Spriggs rf ? 0 n n 4iO relay-colipqe (Mike Modlin, Hoy Rapids-Don' Palmer. Dubuqiic. »-». 4-X; ,. _.c prf |p/j Arthur Bob Snrengelmeyer-Oali? LeProvosl. Du- HipMX.fli.fi ni unll hufiue. beai Lee Wright-Knn Wrigni, Cedar Hav'c final Rapid-,. 6-1. *-3i Bill Romnl. D-M.-Harry Q3> S Iinai. Taylor. Omaha, beal John Van Deest-Rud Proskovec, Cedar Rapiris, 4-0, *-2; Gary Flcicher.Arden Slokstad. D.'V.. beat Bill Dodd. Waterloo-Bob Fall, Cedar Rapids, 6-1. 6-0; Mike Sprcngelmeye/'Bota Lange. Dubugue. beat Fred Bissell, Oubuiue-Ray Ashe svon. 7-. r i, (i-.l, fi-2, ovrr Chfirlie Pasardl of Puerto Rico. ••r.. 0 Bentnn. Iowa Citv, 2-6, 4-2, 6-3. i x > Ouarterfinul round—Clancv-Nagel (iail Chanfrcau of France slopped Miss Richey s hid lor ' F .... well latdy, Kill SHICI. 1 VC ••o u , r ieriinal round-Clancv-Nagel neat Slopped MISS KlCliey S 1)10 lor S '?Vv heen practicing tennis instead TR0amid l r T 5 . w5 n erl 7 00 5; No B m sp?en gC e'.m C ^ r a seventh straight Clay Court of leaching it. The teaching LeProvos. h-a. M»I V .BUSS. 4-0, *-o. singles crown. fi-S. M. 35 andVegistered'only two ho-! OKLAHOMA C[TY ' ^ , . •^VTIVT* »«T»«-fc *r» mm twrk. •-. geys. one on No. 15 when her tee shot was stymied behind a was killing my tree.- DENVER DIVIDE . , , t . stands and struck OKLAHOMA CITV, 0 K L A.j spectar in the arm. |(AP) - Oklahoma City won thei She got a break on the par- i opener of a doubleheader Satur' day night, 5-4, on Fred Stanley's eighth-inning single and Denver came back to take the nightcap, 2-0, behind Jerry Hudgins' five- hit pitching. BENVE* Mndza is Hill cf Holt 3b Davis Ib Nash dph Glover 2b Elliott rl S third hole when her second shot bounced on a golf cart path, gave her added distance and enabled her to get a par. On the. eighth, she said her tee shot bounced on another cart path and into the rough. She wound up with a bogey but wasn't complaining. Miss Mann, who carded ear-ilerryit lier rounds of 70-74, posted four LOOK c bogeys and holed two 10-foot birdie putts Saturday. Early Trouble Mrs. Berning three-putted the first hole for a double-bogey 6, triple-bogeyed the par-§._thjrd and bogeyed the fifth. ' Miss Caponi wound up five shots off the pace, the same position she was in going into the • {ft," °f final round of the U.S. Open j jjJ'J,, 3 ^ last month. She fired a final round 69 to win the Open. THE 'ft rf Driscoll ss Chavrria 3b Lchmnn dph Velazquez c Norton cf Fazio 2b Solimine Ib Rowe II Tttall 3000 Norihey cl Severson ss JJ 1 J 1 Jones p 3 0 o oooo FIMIT 6AME T *"M *3 k ^ W OMFdtn C Jb TYl J 1 i h1bi0 i° l E-Jones: DP-lowa 1. U 4 0 I OWa F t«Sc b 4' i 1 ?lnm " h * ' »"-«•"»"— *«4 0 1 0 Mvbrry mlb3 1 1 o.inuiA" ~~ IP H 4 0 2 0 Walton It 3 1 J 2 ffiuo /w i *i 41-3 7 i < 1 0 OLamorr/rf 4 0 1 il ollwo 'W.4-41 .... 613 / I 4110 Warner dph 4 0 :' 2113 Chiles cf 3000 2111 Watkins pr 0 I 0 0 3000 Llnd 3b 4010 __.-.- Sh,,»« 403, 3000 Alcaraz 2h .1 0 0 n Ri c k'., a^cnl Slsy, Ray Dunn), :45.2; high 3 0 0 0 Rico It 3 0 I fi 5 cnoo!, Uunnells, (Pat Smith, Kopich, 2000 Osbornf apn 2 n n n Scnrati, Molt). :45 7; iunior high, (William 2110 Green pr 0 0 0 0 Searcy, Ralph Hayes, Steve Silvev, Dorn 311J PaepKelb 2 p 1 0 rj e R^d), :55.7; high school girls. Urban i n n n r°J° s : ?•« r \n\n <***• (K-lhy Doggell. Lila Mart, Carol 3000 Campanis c 3010 wh ,, ev K3lhy Car 7. 0 in, :51.5 JAMES RELEASED \l\ CLEVELAND, OHIO lAP) ,_-|- a - wa *~]' Nathaniel James, a second severson^ vear defensive cornerback from s ^ BB s ^ Florida A. and M., was re- by (he Cleve- 4 land Browns. 2-3000)0 Ipat-prl SahtrHav IP* H RERBBSO IL « heu ncllUIUrl.\ 7 2223 T--l:41. A-3,536. TataU ..... Totali II Denver Ml Ml Okla. City 202 CM _ E—Hill, Stanley, Estelle; OP—Denver 2,, Oklahoma Cltv 2; LOB—Denver 5, Oklahoma City 9. 2B—McFadden, Stanley 2. Mavberrv; HR- Wilton (U), Perry (3) Elliott 7). IP H R ER. BB SO 8-8) 71-3 II 5 5 4 9 ,...6 64136 .ITV IP- -H- »-ER 86 SO House (w. 6-6) .. -.2 2 0001 HBP—By Estelle Chilles; T-2:0». — — SECOND GAME DENVER ' OKLAHOMA CITY ib r h W ak r h bi Mendoza ss 3010 McFaden 2b 3000 Belsy Rawls Sue Maxwell Bernino Donn» Caponi : Murle Lindstrom Kathy Whitworth .Judy Rankln Sundra Palmer . Sandra Post . Mary'Mills Ann Gordon Sandr* Spuzlch Peggy Wilson , Gorda Whalen Louise Suggs Mickey Wriflhl Gloria EhraT Pally Bera Dcbbl* Austin Vivien Saunderj Margee Masters Penny Zavlchas . Marilynn Smith Sharon Miller Pam Barnett Jane Balock Joyce Kazmiprsk Beth Stone Renee Powell Althea Darben JoAnn Prentice Judy Kimball Betty Burfelndl Kathy Ahern Sharron Moran Amle Amlzlch Mary Lou Daniel Gwen Brandon . Sandra Haynie 4 Sybil Griffin .. 4011 Chiles 1 Raise for Rockets' Hayes: Now in $200,000 Bracket SAN DIEGO, CALIF. (API — Klvin Hayes is getting a nice raise and he's buying a nice $86,000 house jn fashionable La Jolla. "We have given Hayes an extension," San Diego Rockets President Bob Breitbard said of a revised contract The 7-foot 2-inch Alcindor will ct., 2020 30 loj which reportedly puts Elvin in be matched against Hayes, ^-9. ° the $200,000 a Previous Meeting "I've played Wilkinson one other time this year," the fi-[oot 185-pounrier said. "He beat me. fi-3, 6-3 in the quarterfinals of the Hawkeye Open. Ball fell behind, 2-0, in the second set of his match with Mjke Sprengelmeyer. Rain then chased everyone off the courts for awhile, and it probably gave Bill a needed breather. Mona Sthallau nf Iowa City breezed into the women's final against Judy Thompson of Davenport with a 6-2. 6-1 victory over Kathy Welsh of Omaha. Miss Schallau, a student at Rollins College in Florida, is York, fi-,1, 3-7. fi-1. to join est pursuers. she in Io- Takaai Kono nf Japan dup I i c a t r d Sncad's 70 and moved intn second place at 210. At 211 were tour newcomer Rolf D-ming and Tommy Aaron. Boh diaries ol New Zealand finished with an eagle. 3 lor a 68 Hiid was all alone, at 212. Roberto dr Viceiuo snared to fell from a one-stroke runner-up spot, into another group at 214 which included displayed a strong volleying Davp Boilman of Sheldon, la . round^oitieid-ihompson game'and lost only two games who shot a 70. on his serve in defeating Pasa- l,es Peterson of Riverside. rell. who had defeated Stan Calif., three strokes behind . No. 3 seed, to advance to In the other semifinal match, WOMEN Quarterfinal round—Katy Ficlr.npr n M.-Su'« Bowen. Cedar Rapids. Real Ca- . rol Nelson, Davenport-Nancy Brown. Urn- Nn. 2-seefl Linda Tliei'O, 18, ton 6-3 6-2; Pat Sherman-Jill Blackwood, ..... , , , , ,- ^ 7ft anH 0 • ••• - - —- siaton-phviiis Metairie, l^a., beat Leslie Bow- '« fl nn Bonnie game. Rompf, who wears his hair • lo -,-' ci T y V beat long, topped off his attire Sat- ££<*$?£ C i7;tiin',' s?ou»"F»!is DD ' n s b D n : rev of Australia, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4. urday with a cap that was col- b..t wtf''^-"^^^^;?; Ashe, from Richmond. Va fll-ed. bright red. green, yellow J^mpson,^avenport^beat Cmdy^M.ek- and blue. " nscm i,i n ,i Trii Robinson Grilfin, *-3, 1-1. The Virginian went up 4-0 in MIXED First round—Belly Gremer-Boh Giemer, Davenport, beal Bill Carrilhers-Joanne Martin, Cedar Rapids, hy delsuli; Mary Lou Schall-Ned Reidy, Iowa Cily, beat Lee •.Vriqht-Beth Wriaht, Cedar Rapids, by • Ouarierfinal round—Kathy Welsh-Harry Taylor, Omaha, beat Doug Pinney-Nancy (|-|p fjpH set before dropping 3 Hedges. Cedar Rapids. 6-2. 6-0; Mona '" Schallau, Iowa City-Dale LeProvost. Uu aaillf. huaue. beal Schall-Reidy, 4-2, 4-1. . firafbner. with 'apparently tofi in,'iMS rough edges on his game, was no match for thp 22-year-old Franulovir alter losing the long second set. The only game Cjraehnor won Viking Passers Only 23-for-48 MANKATO, MINN. lAPt Five quarterbacks for the Minnesota Vikings completed less '" lhp l» s ' Sfi| w » s " n a sprvicp than half their passes Saturday hroak ' anrt lhe Yugoslav closed ( | u r i n R a passing scrim- "'" lhp mat(ntl w '" h an a( ' p ln mage-first contact work for lhp r l ulf ' k spvpnlh *« mp tl^Xa.iona, ^^ ^ Tfttck Mark Set "You couldn't walk away and D^,f) r aaf\n Sncatl at the start of the rnund t shfitjan. 8! f«L_219 L _Hf _ had s'vpn bogey* and one double bogey nn the final nine, Heavy rain delayed play one hour' 15""minutes in the early afternoon, shortly before the leaders started out. Clear, sunny weather set in after the rain. Snearl had two birdies, one a 25-fookT. on 'he front pipe antl one bogey On the incoming nine i' was three hirri'es and two bopry?. THE LEADERS 4010 Lampard rf 3 0 . 4110 Walton It 3000 2000 Watson dph 3 0 1 0, , .... 3 o o o srumiev c 3 o o o; vear classifica- 2111 Llnd 3b 2 0 1 0' •. Stanley ss J_0_0_0 tion. Teiau §i§ M*^ "Hayes is man, and tak- .., „ _^ .i .,, - before . ^Mi IP H RERBB SO i ... . ,, «) j i 2 2 s i Alcindor. 1udqin$ (Chiles); T-l:46; _. .. , ,, Details of the . _..iver 10, Oklahoma Cltv 4. 28-! Mayberry; — -• RAMS' McRAE BREAKS LEG^^r:! jam ineao Takaaki Konn Rolt Oeminn Tommy Aaron Bob Charles , • <av WP hiirnpfl the nlaoe un " ** V \-ftCK\Jtl * UUift Ken FuTiVn No 1 Her opponent in sd - N we nuine(l Ine P ld(p ">'• •* ° ^** siiiy casper shp Coach Bud Grant said after KUOKNE. ORK. iAP) - Jim J&^iir* cruised past Katy Fletcher of < hp l'-2-hour drill before an esti- M( . Laugn |j n , a 17-year-old i'Sr 1 . •s'oiffi.n mated crowd of 3.000. North Eugene High School stu- i? h S"Tdina eVe(1 * Gary Cuo/.zo had the best dpn , bettered the listed nation- " four out of a ) anf ) W orld age group record Joe Kapp, last year's j n the 3.000-meter steeplechase Grundy Center Friday. starter, and rookie Brian Dow- Fridav night. McLaughlin was More rain fell later Saturday, ''"g °(. Y ale each Completed timed in 9 minutes 20.3 sec- ^? ckw i' vans of 10 Veteran King on( | s . , ?im 9 G?Snf ers 7 .UK. 7ft— >n; in the National Basketbainjs- sociation operter here Oct. 22. Des Moines, 6-3, 6-1, in the semi- The Rockets, who drafted El- finals vin from Houston University Miss Fletcher had sidelined completion mark last year, insist they got the ^ econd - r » n ^ d . j^.. Stock ° f ^^ greatest player of all time. He became one of the fle |' ay "ing "some "of" 'the early f°" r ° ut with a reported four-year con- clay. tract at an estimated $110.000 per season. In 1968-69 he was contract were not disclosed, ELVIN HAYES FULLERTON, CALIF. , AP, - th ? •"•«.? ^ \f w is bemg the N B ' A ' S t<>P SC ° rer Angeles tackle Franklin ! P ald ^ M.lwaukee. suffered a fractured i Alcindor, three-time All- leg during a scrimmage! American at U.C.L.A., 'was JjlylJ-w between the Rams and San lured to Milwaukee with a re- JJ:gijtz 2 2J? Diego Saturday. j ported million-dollar contract McRae, a veteran from Ten-' stretched over live seasons. N.B.A.'s highest paid players round doubles matches until to- Hill clicked on five of nine and Bob Lee hit on six nf 12, for a 2.3-for-48 record. Gallant Bloom Wins .7J-49-H- 1 71.7fl.70— ; 71.73-49-?l1 72-71.70-213 72-70-71— 2n 72-69.72-?! 3 74-72-48-2U 49-75-70—214 71-70-73—214 70-70-74-214 49-70-75—2' 4 47-47.78—214 72-73-70-215 74.71-70—21571-72-72—215 74-70-71-215 49-71-75—215 74.71-71-216 72-73-71-216 48-74-74-214 71-70-7$— 214 49-72-75-214 A .r* i o , Fairgrounds' Races At Delaware Park Canceled - Rain 1974 Millionaire STANTON. DEL, iAP» - Satl|rfiav m hrs , a , e . morie | By 1974. his sixth season. King Ranch's Gallant Bloom Rtopk car ' and sportsman races Hayes reportedly would become won Saturday's^ $59,950 Dela- a , tne stale Fairgrounds were 79"-83"-|2-244i n essee who played with the Chi- That makes him the highest » 7 3-»;!£-«![cago Bears last year, may miss paid rookie in basketball his- hdrew. inlurv tng --"-- hdriw, Iniury' 1 '" 5 a millionaire under .his new ware Oaks at Delaware Park contract, which is said to call through the disqualification of for 10 seasons of play. Christiana Stable's Bunny while Hayes, 23, said he's 'com- Mrs Whitney's Shuvee added canceled because of rain NEW KENTUCKY HOMK DEL MAR, CALIF lAPi pletely satisfied" with the ar- to the upsets by finishing rangement. 'never-threatening fourth. a Derby Day Boy won the feature Saturday at Del Mar. PARTS, SERVICE. SALES MOVE TO CALIFORNIA s ve rresfifii'v «T\0ioved a"d looking to imoroye your 'ot m ht«. wt tc i a U tn YOU Our f"Tn has been » leader m tt^ field self ma the o'fit pfrjduc 1 m oni» location >n Los Angles for 19 years We have igf (rr EXPERIENCED too ouahtv Parts Countermen- Service r«,, Merhanics. Body Metal Men «nd legion of Leaders Saltsmen. r^M/mp to Cou rT P',v Chevrolet. R1^ So western Ave . Los Ananias, 9000S. or phone (213) 2M 1511 «"d *\k for Mr Busbv for oeriOtla! I

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