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M · Northwwt Arlranm TlMeS, Sun., Sept. 1, 1974 But Contenders Are Closing In Graham Retains TPC Lead ATLANTA (AP) - Leader Lou Graham played one ovcr- par golf through the first nine holes Saturday but retained his one-stroke margin over a tightly packed group of contenders through 45 holes of the inaugural $250.000 Tournament Players Championship. Graham, who had a 10-undcr- par lotal of 134 entering play Saturday, parrcd his first eight holes before bogeying No. 9 over the hilly, par-72, 6,883-yard Atlanta Country Club Course in hot, humid weather. He was at 171 through 45 holes. Jack Nicklaus.' one under through nine, including a bogey and a 65-yard eagle on the par- five, 542-yard eighth hole, led a group of four golfers who were one stroke behind Graham. Tile others were J. C. Snead, Dave Hill and Hubert Green, who were Irailing in the battle 'or the $50.000 first prize. The leader in the clubhouse hrough the Ihird round for 54 icles was fifth-year pro *Mike Wynn, who fired a 68 for 213. Others still in contention [hrough nine holes, two strokes off the pace, were Dave Granam and Charles Coody. Another stroke back was PGA champion Lee Treyino, Bruce Crampton anil Brian Allin. U.S. Open champion Hale Irwin shot a 70 and was at 216 after 54 holes. Masters and British Open champion Gary Player failed to make the cut Friday along with Arnold Palmer. Leading money winner Johnny Miller withdrew midway through Friday's round. Veteran Dave Eichelberger, vho was at 142, two under en- ering Saturday's play, carded i hole-in-one on the par three, 135-yard 13th hole but still remained far behind the leaders. Snead, enjoying his best year on the lour .since joining in .964, has earned more than 100,000 already Ihis 5'ear al- hough he hasn't won since Philadelphia in 1972. His best 'inish this year was a tie for second in the Western Open. Sncad. a nephew of famous golfer Sam Snead, hart also tied ;he nine-hole record in 'vs opening round Thursday when he shot a 64. which also tied the record for 18 holes. He was one over par through the first nine holes Saturday, including a double bogey on the par 4,436-yard fourth hole. But he overcame Ihe back nine, scoring four birds and his pressure-packed eagle. Nicklaus had a bogey and his eagle on the front nine and then registered his only birdies of the day on 14. 16 ami 18. Graham, also a veteran of 11 vcars on the lour, fought the \vorsl slump of his career earlier in the year before settling down two months ago. He had taken the lead after two rounds by cracking out consecutive 67s. Blancas, 36. tied for second in two tournaments Ihis year and has won more lhan $500,000 since joining the tour in 1965. He bolted his way into contention with five birdies, despite a pair of bogeys on two of his first three holes. 4th Inning Error Sinks St. Louis U SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Shortstop Mike Tyson's error on Bruce Miller's two out grounder in the fourth inning allowed the San Francisco Giants to break a 1-1 tie with a pair of unearned runs and beat the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2 Saturday. With the Cards leading 1-0 in the fourth, singled off Gary Thomasson Bob Forsch, 3-4. went Thomasson stole second to third on catcher Ted Simmons' overthrow and. after Gary Matthews walked, came in to score the tying run on Ed Gborison's single. M a t t h e w s a n d Goodson moved up on a double steal as Dave Kingman struck out. Miller then grounded to Tyson who booted it, allowing both runners to score. The Cards closed to 3-2 in the eighth when Lou Brock led off with a pinch-single, stole ond and scored on Smith's single. It was Brock's 94th stolen bas,e of the year as he closes 'in on Maury Wills' single-season mark of 104 in 1962 and Ty Cobb's 95 in 1915. Rookie John D'Aequisto, 1012, x survived a shaky first inning to post his first victory ^ince July 21. With two out in the first, Reggie Smith and Ted Amritraj Brothers Stun U.S. Open Seedings With Daring Upset Wins FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (AP) -- A pair of young brothers 'rom faroff Madras. India--Vi- iay and Anand Amritraj--shat- .ered the serenity of the U.S. 3pen Tennis Championships Saturday with a deadly fusil- .ade that produced two of the :hree upsets in the men's divi- ion. First, Anand, 22, and tlie elder, playing on obscure outside court No. 18. polished off 10th- seeded Manuel Orantcs of Spain 6-3, 6-4, 6-2--a one-sidedness that stunned even young brother, Vijay. Vijay, 20. taller, more graceful and a bit more famous, hac Bjorn Borg of Sweden, G-l, 7-6, a dramatic match, a bigger criminating and more audience dis- the center court at the West Side Club where he won a 2^-hour thriller fourth-seeded -6, 1-6, 6-2. It was marked by fluctuating fortunes, which left the bulk of the 14.115 gallery limp from exhaustion. It also was a 'jig letdown for .he sensational 18-year-old Borg--the game's new wonder- kid and holder of the Italian and French championships-who battled two sets only to lose in the fifth, double-faulting at match point. "1 was scared," Vijay said afterward. "1 knew if I didn't beat him on grass I would never beat him." It was the first meeting of two young men who could dominate the sport for years ahead. Borg, seeded No. 4 and at 18 acclaimed one of the future greats of the game, earlier this year had battled his way into the final of the World Championship Tennis at Dallas and lad captured the French and Italian titles. Amritraj, with one of the finest touches in the game, has a record of giant-killing performances. He upset Rod Laver in this tournament a year ago. Serving powerfully, lie whipped through the first two" sets with the loss of only 10 points on his service, but Borg rallied in traditional fashion, winning the third and fourth sets as the Indian's aggressiveness seemed to falter. In the final set, Vijay broke Borg in the sixth game with a series of beautiful passing shots in the seventh game which was deuced a dozen times and clinched the match with a second service break in the eighth game. Southern 500 Is Racing's Premier Event DARLINNGTON. S.C. (AP) -Buddy Baker, built like an ox wept unabashedly when he won the Southern 500 stock car race in 1970. ; The late Glen "Fireball 1 Roberts said after the first ol his two victories in 1958 and 1963, "This is the big momcn' of my life, regardless of what ! do in the future." Darlington Raceway, a sun aked ribbon of asphalt tha sits squarely in (he middle o cotton, tobacco and soybean 'ields. celebrates its 25th anni /ersary Monday with a $151,35 iroduction that, with the exception of current model cars won't be too different from th "irst one on Labor Day, 1950. There is something ballowe about Darlington. Virtually a! he drivers would rather wii his than any other event on thi Jrand National circuit of thi National Association for Stock !ar Auto Pacing. THE ULTIMATE "There's only orii other auk race that carries as much pres ige," said Elmo Langley, who celebrated his 45th birthda ast week. "Indianapolis has a onger. history, but to a stoc car driver. Darlington is the ul timate. v Langley first ran the oil raceway in 1956. He has neve won on it. Even lackles Joe Lewis To Referee Champions' Sparring SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) -- Heavyweight champion George Foreman and former champions Muhammad All and Joe Frazier will spar for charity Tuesday night at the Salt .... ,,_,,,, Palace. Simmons singled, Simmons w a s j Each man is scheduled to box caught in a run-down between a three-round exhibition with first and second, but before he sparring partners, with Joe could be tagged out Smith Louis, another former heavy- crossed the plate with the,weight champion, expected to Cards first r u n . eferee one of the exhibitions. Comedian Bob Hope is to Phils Slide Past Houston PHILADELPHIA (AP) Jay Johnslone and Willie Montane?, each drove in three runs Saturday night to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 10-6 ront of the Houston Astros. Johnstone connected for a home run, his sixth of the season, with two on in the second inning, while Montanez hit a bases-loaded double to highlight a seven-run fourth inning that broke open the game. .Bob Boone and Greg Luxinski lied to leave Sept 8 for the Af- the African Chamber of Com- ·ican nation of Zaire, site o f i m e r c e of the United States, had run-scoring pinch-hitter Ollie singles ant Brown delivered an RBI doirble in the big Inning. Larry Bowa drove in the other run with a sacrifice fly;' Houston scored an unearned riin in the third when Doug Rader singled to' center anc scored when the ball bounced past center fielder Del Unser. The Astros got three rur more in the fourth off starter Jim Lonborg. Roger Metzger and Cesar Cedeno doubled foi one run and Mill May hit a two-run homer, his f i f t h of the season. Cedeno homered in the H p h t h for his 23rd of the base ball season. Johnny Edwards run-scoring single in the ninth closed out the .scoring. Thomas Recalled But NFL Future Still In Doubt WASHINGTON (AP) -- Th Washington Redskins have re called running back Duam Thomas from waivers but hi: future role w i t h , the Nationa Football League t e a m re mained uncertain Saturday. ,"We still haven't decided what we're going to do." Coacl George Allen said. "We sa( we're going to make a decision in three or four days and tha still stands." Thomas was placed on waiv ers"'earlier in the week after an altercation with an assistan cosich.' He asked for forgive ness,. and the Redskins with drew the waivers before the ' p.m. EOT Friday deadline, If they had not done so Thomas then would have be come a free agent. If he were claimed and not. employ the Redskins did the recall proce dure, he then would have been available to the claiming team for the $100 waiver fee. Allen said league rules pre vent disclosure whether Thorn ·* had betn claimed by any team. ' · ' · ' Former Patriot Owner After WFL Team CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -Former New England Patriots owner Upton Bell is schedules to meet with Charlotte city officials next week and discuss ,-. . ,, . ,. , , , terms for moving the Detroit can countries m their fight wheels of the World Football against drought. Officials esti-i League to Charlotte. Cooper of Oakland versus Cipr- Ariz., Hernandez of Tuscon, a middleweight fight and Chuck Wepner of Bayonne, N.J.. opposing Terry Hinke of Hayward, Calif., in a heavyweight bout. The event is being held on be- h a l f ' o f "Project Survival," a fund-raising drive for five Afri- Off And Running Marvin Dally, * converted fullback now playing linebacker, (urns upfield after picking off a pass during Sat- mage, urday's aflcrnorm Arkansas Good) ' R a z a r b a c k s c r i m - (TIMESphoto By KPS Beating John Grace Jerry Pate U.S. Amateur Champ so, he admits "the start creeping up my spine when I come down here. It's too late for me to win now, toil I'll keep coming back as long as I live and breathe." At Darlington, more than any RIDGEWOOD, N.J. (AP) -"John Grace is the last man in the world I wanted to play in this tournament." Jerry Pate said. "He's such . -- . , a nice guy I feel other place except liidy, racing i guilty about beating him." is a gamble--of lives and for-' The 20-year-old Pate) who ship, made Ihe comment Saturday after his 2-and-l victory over the diminutive Grace in the 36-holc. match-play f i n a l . "I was very fortunate. I was last week. The lean, hard-hitting youngster had trouble with his driver all week, had to scramble out of trouble time after time and trailed for 14 consecutive holes tunes. The raceway itself was a gamble on the part of those Who built it; Carved out of a rundown cotton field, it was the first so-called "superspeedway" built in the South. Nobody expected it to last. But the first race, on Labor Day, 1950, drew 75 entries- and 25,000 persons who paid $5 each to w.alch it. Slock car racing was off and running on a course that made had never before played in the I ing hookey from classes at the U.S. Amateur Golf Champion-1 University of Alabama for the lucky enough to make some i before he began his winning putts when I needed them," i drive on the oak-lined fairways said Pate, who has been play- and gently rollmg_ lulls oMIie it Dixie's sport. biggest attendance The place has changed very little. Originally it was a one- mile elongated oval, The distance was extended to a mile and three-eighths in 1955 and, except for the addition of grandstands, that's the way it is now. It has taken it's toll of lives over the years, and there were narrow escapes for others. Richard Petty, who starts in the front row pole position for Monday's race, h a d . his most violent crash at Darlington : in sto * car racing's first R i d g e w o o d Country Club course. Eagles Claw Giants, 24-21 PRINCETON, N. J. (AP) -Tom Sullivan yards up the romped seven middle for the crve as master of ceremonies. |the project, Foreman and Ali are schcd- and which was established mate gate revenues of $100,000 $150.000. Promoter by ( . $1 million prize money winner won the Southern 500 in 1968. He has won 161 times elsewhere. MILLION DOLLAR MAN David Pearson, who starts in heir championship fight Sept.'would establish a massive irri- !4. gallon system across the Afri- Prornoters said two 12-roundiCan nations. Zaire is one of the In 24 years only two men came close to mastery in the ' ights be held: G e o r g e I nations, Carroll said. Sfaub's Single Boosts Nets Past Atlanta NEW YORK (AP) -- Rusty Stanb's two-run single in the eighth inning lifted the New York Me Is In a (i-5 victory ovei the Atlanta Braves Saturday. Staub, who earlier had triplec to drive in a r u n , connected off reliever Tom House with two outs lo drive home Ken Boswel and Bud Harrelsnn. Boswel had opened the inning with a pinch-hit single and Harreison had followed with a single to left. Mike Lum's bases-loade groundout in the seventh had scored Darrell Evans giving the Braves their firsl lead o the game. 5-4. The Braves trailed 4 0 enter ing the sixth inning but score three times and added two in the seventh. Consecutive walks lo Darrel Evans and Dusty Baker opene (he Atlanta sixth, then Nei York second baseman Felij Millan missed Lum's grmini ball. Evans scored on the rrrls play, Baker moved (o Ihirc and lAim reached second--scl ting up a two-run single b; Craig Robinson. Ralph Garr doubled lo leai off the seventh, then Mart; Perez and Evans walked t load lhe bases and knock KOOJ man out. Garr's hit was hi 200th of the season, makin him the first major leaguer I reach thai plateau this year. Bench drove in seven runs with!troubled team, winless a f l e r i , f h ' ^ ,,;,, a double and the third grand eight games, and move « '» ! l n e DracK s lam home run of his career, \ Charlotte. lelping Jack Billingham be- Sauer Reactivated NEW YORK (AP) -- Wide receiver George Sauer, wh missed two games because of pulled leg muscle, has been re Bell, who has first option to buy the learn if it is lo leave Detroit, plans lo meet with the third place this'year, also is a Park and Recreation Commis- million dollar winner He has sion to try ajid negotiate sper,never won the race although cial terms for the use 6 f ; ' l h e - h e has finished second five city's Memorial Stadium, times in 11 years. The Boston investor is concerned lhat the 24,000-seat stadium would be too small to be Southern 500. Herb Thomas profitable unless he gets special t won (he race three times be- concessions from the city. i hvecn 1951 and 1955. The feat Commission Chairman Genej|? u t him '" 'he sport's hall of Warren sent word to Bell on l a m e Friday that the commission i iil ' ck Baker, whose son Bud- was willing to negotiate special! fly n j s lne rr( nt row starting terms. : spot beside Petty in Monday's Recent rumors indicated that I"', 1 " 1 / 1 ?' ,?£? w °j lhree times CINCINNATI (AP) -- Johnny Bell would buy the financially ". .. ,? K nim a dozen years to Bench Paces Cincy Attack « ° ' to tors. recently named board of direc- Former General Motors executive John DeLorean also is interested in buying the club, his week, leave ;o 105 his RBI total for the aaseball season. Dan Driessen's bases-loaded single gave the Reds a 1-0 lead in the first. Bench hit his double in the second after Pete Rose had driven in a run with a single. The Expos cul the margin to 5-2 in the second on a bases- loaded single by Larry Lintz, Wheels owner Erwin Ziegel""' ' tha! no reached come the National League's irst 17-game winner this season with a 10-3 drubbing of the attorney said this Montreal Expos Saturday night, would presumah" Bench paced an 11-hit Cincin- team in Detroit, nati attack with a three-run double in the second and the .man said Thursday |rand slam in lhe sixth, raising firm deal had been "" " ' . . . -. w ; th any p 0 t en tj a i new owner, but lhat the club was open lo offers. The Charlotte Chamber of Commerce would like to entice professional football to the city and some business leaders hope to get a bond referendum to build a larger stadium. NEW STADIUM Bell says he is counting on a but Bench put the game away new stadium in Charlotte with- with his 27th homer of the year, | in the next four years, although in a five-rnn sixth. the city has made no such com- Billingham. 17-8, teamed with mitmenl. He said he believes Pedro Borbon to stop the Expos he can build a successful team on nine hits -including Ken Sin- that would create a demand gleton's ninth-inning solo home and motivate local government or private interests to build one. He said Friday that he was pleased with the commission's willingness to negotiate special terms for the use of the existing stadium, but could not decide about buying and moving the team until he has a f i r m agreement wilh lhe commis- 76ers Sign Top ABA Player PHILADELPHIA (AP) -The Philadelphia 76ers of t h e National Basketball Assocatioi Saturday signed four - yea American Basketball Associ ation veteran Jim Ard. Ard, who played three year with the New York Nets an spent last season with th Memphis Tarns, was signed a free agent. Ard was a University of Gin cinnati standout and was th No. I draft choice of the Seattl SuperSonics of the NBA in 1D7( However. Ard chose the AB/ where he also was the No. pick of the Nets. winning touchdown late in the fourth quarter Saturday, giving the Philadelphia Eagles a 24-21 National Football League preseason victory over the W York Giants. With reserve quarterback John Reaves at the controls, the Eagles covered 66 yards to top the Giants, who had overcome a 17-0 first-quarter deficit. Charlie Evans cracked over from lhe one-yard line al 10:41 of the fourth quarter, putting the Giants in front for the first time. A crowd of 25,313 watched the agles jump to their lead at :40 of the first period when Vill Wynn intercepted a Norm nead pass and raced 13 yardb r a touchdown. Eagles quarterback Roman Gabriel then drove his'team 71 ards for a touchdown, with Morm Bulaich blasting .ove rom the three after 10:35 n ilay. Three and a half minutes lat r, Tom Dempsey kicked a 35 ard field goal in a Phila Jelphia drive set up by Willie ;ullars' recovery of a Rocky 'hompson fumble on the Nev I'ork 25. In the second quarter, run ing back Doug Kotar helped ally New York. With the for mer Pittsburgh Steeler rushing or 72 yards in 11 tries durini he first half, the Giants scorei wice to cut the halftime defici o lhree points. Their first touchdown was se up by Spider Lockhart's reco\ ery of a fumble by Phila delphia's Al Yolmg. Young l)a caught' a Gabriel pass on th Eagles 42. Kotar did most the work and scored from t( With 6:10 left in the ha! New York linebacker Pa Hughes picked off a Gahrii pass which Bulaich had defld ted and galloped 58 yards fo the score which made it 17 at the half. 15-Mile Run' CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP -- Philip Ndoo, a 28-year-oI Eastern New Mexico Universil student from Kenya, won tl second Charleston 15-mile Di tance Run Saturday, beatii John Vitale of Connecticut two seconds. Winless fliers Try Oakland SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- ie San Francisco 49crs, win- ss thus far in preseason, will y and change their luck ,ainst the Oakland Raiders at andlestick Park Monday night a nationally televised Nation- Football League game. The Raiders are 3-1 in pre eason play and are 5-2 against e 49ers, their nearby rival, iiey were beaten last week by e Philadelphia Eagles 25-14. Raiders Coach John Madden lid that several Oakland play- rs are hampered by leg and and injuries, among them, inning backs Marv Hubbard, larence Davis and Warren ankslnn, receiver Fred Bi- elnikoff. light end Bob Moore, uard Gene Upshaw and defen- ve back Willie Brown. ·Most of these players are ouotful starters, Madden sajd. The 49ers have scored only 3fi in their four preseason Kansas City beat them oints osses. ast week. 26-7. Oakland's Ken Stabler and ·an Francisco's Steve Spurrier /ill , start at quarterback for heir respective teams anc irobably go most of .the way. The 49ers' No. 1 draft choice u n n i n g back Wilbur Jacksor rom Alabama, is expected to ee his first NFL action. Rookie Dave Casper of Notre Dame will start in Moore's 'lace at tight end for O a k l a n d . Brewers Slide Past Angels MILWAUKEE (AP) - .Johnny Briggs capped a three-run, ninth-inning rally with £ ( iun- coring single Saturday, lifting he Milwaukee Brewers to a 6-5 riumph over the California Angels. Two home runs by Bruce Bochte and a two-run single by Bobby Valentine had helped the Arfgois to a 5-3 lead entering he Milwaukee ninth. But Bob Soluccio opened the inning with a single, and one out later, Pedro Garcia singled. Horacio Pina replaced Andy . Hassler and surrendered an IB\ single to Don Money. Pinch-hitter Bobby Mitchell singled to score Garcia, and BrigRs followed with his game- inner. Singles by John Doherty and Denny Doyle proceeded Valentine's third-inning hit. Morris Nettles hit a chopper in front of the plate and reached second when · catcher Charlie - Moore threw wildly past first. Doherty scored and Doyle look third on the play. Then Valentine delivered his tworout single. Bochte's homers, in the fourth and seventh innings off Billy Champion, gave him four for the season- three against the Brewers. The Brewers closed to 3-2 in their half of the third on a two- run single by Ken Berry, and added a run in the fifth when Garcia walked, reached third on a pair of inficl' 1 ~ scored on a balk by Hassler. ·nd by Detroit Marches Past Oakland DETROIT (AP) -- Gates Brown hit a two-run single to key a six-run Detroit uprising in the sixth inning and lead the Tigers to a 7-3 victory over the Oakland night. Athletics Saturday The Tigers entered the inning Irailing 3-1 against Vida Blue, who was working on a three- hitter. AI Kaline had an RBI single before Rollie Fingers re- sacrificed and late to third, lieved Blue. f'n chan Fingers threw loading the bases. A walk to siori. Bell has asked to rent Ihe stadium for a flat rate of about $2,500 per game instead of the standard 12 gale. That amount to $20.000 01 per cent of the percentage could more per game, depending on the, price of tickets and the number sold. He has also asked for concession and parking rights for the team to provide additional income to make the venture financially feasible. Ben Oglivie forced in a run and Bell also said he hopes the one out later Brown batted for | commission will allow the sale activated for Monday night'slDick Sharon and laced a bro-! of beer at WFL games in (he game against Philadelphia, the ken-bat single. -,.-,·---- «,,._. New York Stars of. the World Other runs scored Football League announced Saturday. stadium. That would open pos- on Ed sible promotional arrangements Brinkman's bunt and a .sacri- between the team and a brew- fice fly by catcher John Wock--ing company, adding to the The Stars also activated Ikejcnfuss, who had throwing c r - ' t e a m ' s revenue. . =_...!,,,, =. .,. ,.-_.. ..... , . , . , . Be] , Thomas, a recently-acquiredirors in the firs! and third in defensive back, and rookie d e - j n i n g s that led to A's runs. Ray fensive end Jerry Eliason. | Fosse homered for Oakland in wants to move it in mid-season and play the last four games in Defensive end Al Young, de-!the second off winner Joe Cole- Charlotte. The Wheels are fensive back John Moss and d e - ' m a n , 11-12. scheduled to meet Houston on fensive tackle Greg Lens w e r e ' Blue lost his fourth straight!Oct. 2, Hawaii on Oct. 16, New deactivated. Young and Lens (game of the baseball season! York on Nov. 6 and Phila- ara Injured, l a n d dropped .to 14-13, .Idelphia on N'ov. 13, · . MAN'S LAND, INC. 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