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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 16, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A — Herald-Zeitung — Saturday, July 16, 2005BRITISH CONTINUED FROM Page 5AWoods’ lead may be tough to overcome AII he can do now is hope. "A lot can happen around here,” Montgomerie said. “We have a number of bounces that can go either way over the next couple of days. But in saying that, if T iger Woods plays the way Tiger Woods can play around this type of course, I would have to agree with a number of other players that second place is what we’re doing. “We are watching here a unique golfer on a unique golf course.” Not everyone feels that way. The seven players at 6-under 138 included Vi jay Singh, who missed several birdie chances inside ll) feet and felt his 89 was about as poor as he could have done. I Ie certainly isn t about to concede the claret jug to Woods. "Look at Relief at the U.S. Open,” Singh said, referring to Retief Goosen blowing a three-shot lead in the final round by shooting 81. "You never thought he’d mess that up the way he was playing. I ’m not worried about Tiger. LU just go out and play my game and shoot as low as possible over the weekend.” Others at 138 included Brad Faxon, a throwback who came to Scotland for local qualifying and shot 66; and jose Maria Olazabal, keeping his chances alive with an eagle through the Valley of Sin on the final hole to salvage a 70. Ernie Ids and Phil Mickel-son tried to get back into the mix, each with a 67 that got them to 3-under 141. By the end of the day, they still were eight shots behind. This was only the fourth time Woods has started a major with two rounds in the 60s, and he has won them all. He also is 5-0 in the majors when he leads after 36 holes. It’s the way Woods has built this lead that is so daunting. Ile putted for eagle five times in the second round, converting four of those into birdies. He was tied for the lead when he began his round, and quickly established himself as the guy to beat. It s a rare occasion in a major when Woods is not the center of attention, with fans hustling along the native grasses and gorse bushes for a view of the world’s No. I player. On this day, their hearts were with Nicklaus, who was given a salute like no other at St. Andrews, from as many people as the old gray town could contain, all packed into the rectangular shape of the first and 18th fairways. Singh, Faxon, Tom liftman, defending champion Todd I hamilton and other players stuck around to watch, joined by dignitaries and everyday fans. Nicklaus could only recall three other times when he felt such emotion — twice at the British Open, once at Baltusrol, where he won the 1980 U.S. Open. Armstrong begins mountain stage MONTPELLIER, France (AP) — If Lance Armstrong keeps his lead on the steep ascents of die upcoming Pyrenees, a seventh consecutive Lour de France victory should be his. Given his devastating form so far, that shouldn’t be a problem. The six-time champion goes into the mountains that straddle France and Spain with a chunky margin built up over challengers in the Alps and in time trials in the first week of the three-week race. His advantage places the onus on rivals to try to make back time in the Pyrenees, which start today. But because of his sizable lead over Germany’s Jan Ullrich and others, Armstrong in theory need only ensure that none of them get too far ahead. “Of course we’ll try to mark (ill the riders,” Armstrong said after Robbie McEwen of Australia won Friday’s mostly flat and fast 13th stage in a mass sprint. “But we have to also be safe and conservative." Leaving the race largely unchanged overall, McEwen, Armstrong and 99 other riders all finished with same time of 3 hours, 43 minutes, 14 seconds on the 107.8-mile trek from Miramas to Montpellier in southern France. Ullrich, the 1997 Tour winner and a five-time runnerup, is 4:02 behind overall. Italy’s Ivan Basso, third last year, trails by 2:40, and Alexandre Vinokourov of Kazakhstan, third in a 2003 and a pre-race favorite, is 4:47 behind. On Friday, Ullrich placed 25th, Vinokourov was 27th, Armstrong was 33rd, Basso was 72nd. It is a measure of Armstrong’s dominance again this year that he has managed to take much of the suspense out of the Tour so far from the finish in Paris July 24. Closest to him overall is Mickael Rasmussen, just 38 seconds back. But although the Dane proved in the Alps that he can fly up climbs, he is not in Armstrong’s league in time trials. There’s a final time trial on the penultimate day, and Armstrong should be able to brush off Rasmussen then if he hasn’t done so in the Pyrenees. In the first time trial that opened the Tour July 2, Rasmussen placed 174th out of the 189 riders, 3:12 slower than Armstrong, who excels in the individual race against the clock. “Regardless what happens (today) or the next day we still have the advantage of knowing there’s a long time trial at the end," Armstrong said. Today’s stage, the first of three in the lienees, has five progressively harder climbs before finishing with a steep ascent to Ax-3 Domaines. J' Devotional Page B&C Service Center Automotive Repairs 211 North Business 35 6291072 Unity Church of Practical Christianity 40R Gruene Rd. • R30-60B-9515 w ww.unitynewhruunfels.orf’ • [email protected] Weddings - Funeral/Memorial Services Spiritual Counseling Rev. 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School 9:30 a.m., Prayer Service: 7:30 p.m. Wed. Comae Country Church 9380 EM 306, New Braunfels, TX 78132; Pastor Neil Kibbe, (8.30)914-2177; Bible Study 9:30 am., Worship 10:30 am.. Childrens Church 10:30 am. Cranes Min Baptist Church 10215 EM 2673. Canyon Lake Pastor Gerry Bechnal Sunday School 9:30 a m Sun. Worship 10:45 am. Sc 6:00 p.m. Wed. 6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Cross Communtty Church 176 S. Hickory; 627-7006; Worship, 10:45 am. Cross Lutheran Church &. School (Missouri Synod)2171 EL (Limmon St., 625-3666; Pastor Don Eraker, Sun. Worship, 8:30 am. & 11:00 a.m. & Bible Study Sc Sun. School 10:00 a.m. Daystring Christian Feuowserp 1895 S. Walnut; Sunday Service 9:00 Sc 10:45, Sunday School 9:30 Wesleyan denomination. Lastsbe Baptist Church 983 Holly at comer of Ridgewood. 625-0718; Sun. school 9:45 am., Sun. services 10:50 am. 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