Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 15, 1970 · Page 118
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, August 15, 1970
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t4 The Arizona Republic >x, Sat., Ang. 15,1970 More about Pair tied in PGA By KEARNEY EGERTON Continued from Page 69 round lead with Nicklaus, went to a 77 for 145. Charles Coody, one stroke Off the pace going into the day's play, had a 79 for 14*. i Lee TrevifW had a 77. and was nine over par at 149. But with scores generally high, some of the game's stars managed to stay near the front rank in this chase for the last of the four major championships o f f e r e d annually. Hinson, 71, and Stockton, 70, shared the top rung. They were followed at 141 by Mike Hill, Mason Rudolph artd Hale Irwin. Hill, younger brother of Dave Hill, and Rudolph, a non-winner since 1966, had 70s. Irwin, a former football star at Colorado, was in with 69. Then, at 142 came Palmer, South African Gary Player, Masters champion Billy Casper and Dick Lotz. Player had the day's best round, a 68, including a string of four consecutive birdies. Casper had a 70. So did Lotz, winner of two events this year. A big group, headed by 50- year-old Julius Boros, followed at 143, with Nicklaus and defending champion Ray Floyd in .the bunch four strokes off the pace at 144. "After the eighth hole I wasn't sure I was going to finish," Mike Hill said. "I was getting groggy standing around in the heat." Nicklaus, who hasn't finished lower than second in the last four tournaments he has finished, said "I can't say I played much different than yesterday. I just got a couple of bad breaks and that was it." He three-putted three times going out, and bogeyed three holes from traps coming in, "If I |et a goad round to* morrow, Ml be back in it," he said. "If I had my choice, my position would be a helluva lot better than it is," said Palmer, two strokes away. "But as it is, well, I guess I can't complain too much." Palmer birdied the third and fourth with putts of 18 and 12 feet, then ran into trouble on the 12th. His drive was in the deep rough, then he pitched into a creek and had to stand in kneedeep water. He reached the green in four and two-putted. "A marshal seemed to be concerned about me out there," Palmer laughed, "He didn't know how deep the water was and suggested I stick nty club in there and test it." The penalty for grounding a club in a hazard is two strokes. Arizona's two representatives joined numerous name players who failed to make the halfway cut. Bill Ogden of Tucson posted 77-76—153, while Southwest PGA champ Red Currie carded 79-85—164. quit Namath critic to rejoin Jets #«* *.*%«** **•*** * > *... .. ... *_ _ ,.. _ . _ * "You're droning again, Dad — make it exciting like when you tell about last year's Arizona • Arizona State Football game." SPORTS MENU TODAY , MO BASMALL- Pfwnlx Giant* it Salt Lake City. Cinvart ST. LOUIS (AP* -Thf 81. LwrtS Cardinals Said yeatfcr* day tofielder Mike Shannon, a victim <r! a kidney ailment known as glomerulo nephritis last Spring, has been entered to quit baseball for the re- mahider of the 1970 season. instructions for Shannon to give up the game tor the Car* dinals' final * games, the clue said, eame following an examination by team physician Dr. Stan London and kidney specialists. "The kidney condition of Cardinal third baseman Mike Shannon has deteriorated and treatment will be reinstitut- ed," London said in a statement. "Several doctors . . . kidney specialists and myself . . . have decided that Mike must cut down on his physical activity. He will miss the remainder of the 1970 season, and we do not know about the future." tocks, I p.m. . ttft DKAOs. RACINO-Phoenlx Drasway- t rials 4:30 p.m.; eliminations 8 p.m. SWIMMING— Sunnyslope Invitational, Open & Age Group, 50 meter. ._. FOOTBALL-North-South All- Star game, Lumberiack Stadium, Flta- staff, 2 p.m. SECOND-ROUND Dave Stockton Larry Hinson Hale Irwin M^ jjudolpn m SCORES 70-70—1*) «».7t— 140 72-49-141 Jfltlfl Arnold Palmer Illy Caiptr lob Lu . ulius Jpwie. Johnson Billy Maxwell More about Prep grid Continued from Page 69 back, Malone and Saguaro's Wayne Mattingly at the running backs and Douglas' Joe Fisher at flanker. St. Mary's and Central will have three players starting off the two clubs which .battled for last year's Class AAA state title. Ed Doherty at tight end and defensive end, TimSanford at guard, and Bill Eden at split end are the St. Mary's representatives while guard Joe Cattaneo and linebacker Steve Cohen will join Davis from the C e n t r a 1 team. Doherty is only player on either team tabbed to go both ways. 42 225 W. Indian School Rd. . »enr L fill Collins ert Yaneev . erry Dill Don January Homero Blancas Larry Zleqler Jack Nicklaus Ray Da Floyd SIK an SIKes Bob Murphy Bruce Devlin Bob Menne Jerry Steelsmith Tommy Aaron John Miller Sam Snead B B am ob Stanton ert Greene Al Gelberaer Frank Beard Rod Funseth Kerrnjt Zarle Bob Charles Orvllle Moody Dcv* M Glbby G Ross Coon Wlec Kerrnjt Zarley ob Charles rvllle Mood Dcv* M«rr Gilbert Coon hn Wlechers 70.&-144 71-73—144 § 74—144 73-144, 70—144 73-144 Itif 71-74-145 68-77—145 70-75-145 . 71-74—145 73-73—146 72-74—144 73-73-144 74-70-14 73-74—147 74-73—147 75-72—147 76-71—147 73-74—147 74-73—147 72-75-147 71-76—147 mv Joe. Jimenez Jack Burke Bobby Mltche Phil Rodgers 7674-74—141 75-73-148 Charles Coody George Archer Iruce Cramtpn 5ean Beman om Aycock .ee Trevlno Richard Bury Jim O'Hern Jpua Sanders 3lck Crawford Dave HIM Robert Smith Bob Stone Hugh Royer George Knudson Gordon Jones Bob Hold 74-74- ., 69-70-14 76-72—14 fcfc 75-74-14 75-74—14 On this date ONE YEAR AOO South All-Stars favored In prep cage contest In Flagstaff. FIVE YEARS AOO North All-Stars shade South All- Stars, 7-6, at Flagstaff. TEN YEARS AOO Casey Stengel benches Mickey Mantle for laziness. TWENTY YEARS AGO SA tournament opens In Coo- oe. lldg PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Al Atklwwn s«4 yefltrtiy he tffl rtturn to tft Iftt York f m mm** to h«tp ate m- Jary.flddled1ot»«fcli team but insisted he has not softened his critical view of quartet* back Joe Niftwtti. 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PRttCOTT 211 firs vt Si iJv.j, jiici with , Namath - but tfteir with him is their Atkitiien will not fijoifi m National Football League club until it returns to its training cifnp at Hofstrs University «t flem^stead, N.Y., following tonight's game against the At' lanta Falcons in Winston-SB* He said nis decision to return was prompted by the injuries to defensive end Gerry PhiflSin,, sidelined until November by A dislocated shoulder, and to Mike Stromberg, Atkinson's replacement, out With a pulled hamstring. "1 admit 1 didn't expect the Jets to get hurt so soon," Atkinson said. Philbin and Stromber* were injured in the ' Jets' 33-10 vfctofy over Buffalo last Saturday night. "I was sincere when I said I was retiring," the 27*yeaf- old All-Pro player said. "I decided Thursday night to return to the Jets —but then I read some things in the papers which amazed me and I spent more time thinking aout it." 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