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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - April 20, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 18 the stars and stripes Point the Jaq Furdy april 2q. 196j 3 shoot mis. Share Lead at Las vegas Las vegas nov. A two Veteran golfers Gardner Dickinson and Dan Sikes. Myoung Kermit Zarley clipped three strokes off Par with 68.thursday to Lead the Way through a cold Windy firs round of the $150,000 tournament of 40-year-old Dickinson Anc Zarley who is 26, shot 35-33 and Sikes 37, did it in 33-35 As the select Field of 25 pros played the6,708-Yard, Par 36-3571 Star dust country club wind occasionally gust when the first players teed Ofat noon grew in velocity up to 20 Miles per Casper the favorite with 37-33 masters Champion Bob Goalby 35-35 Julius Boros 35-35 Don january 37-33 a Randy Glover who capped his 34-36 round with an 30-foot Eagle three on the 540-Yard 18th Hole were All tied at 70. I was Lucky Sikes birdied four of the firs five holes but observed " did t play that Well i was cold Man i m freezing said the slender Dickinson As he left the 18th Green. Dire trouble beset fran Beard who led from Start to Fin ish in winning this tournament year ago. The Louisville ky., golfer shot 40-3676 and sent word that he was playing too poorly and did t want to talk Abou the round. He had three double bogey two on the Back Side. The Las one came on no. 18 when he actually lost the Ball. It Cost him two penalty could have had a better score but missed three or four putts of five feet or less. The Field in this tournament i restricted to players who have won a pea sanctioned eve during the past year. While eligible two stars of Thetga circuit Jack Nicklaus Anc Arnold Palmer Are not competing. Palmer has a hip airmen and Nicklaus said he was no mentally up for the tournament an emotional let Down from Las week s masters. The leaders Gardner Dickinson 35-33fig an slk�3 33-35-63kerrnit Zarley 35-3308 Randy Glover. 34.3070 Billy Casper 37.3370julius Boroa is us Don january 17-a Bob goal it to Dudley Wynona 34-37-7 George Archer 34- j7 t Dave Stockton,36-30 r Lou Gra Harr 37-35 7 Marty file Clamian. 39.337 Clil Chi Rodriguez 35.33 7 Torso Knudson 38.357 Bob Charles. 38-35 7 Bert Yancey 37-37 7 Tony Jacklyn. 38-36 7 Charley Sifford. 40-357johnny Pott 41.3475 Tom we Kopf 35-io7 Frank Beard 40-3076 Miller barber36-407 Dave Hill 38.38-77 Laurie Hammer 40-387� Wilmington . Up Young Bob Lunn who changed his style on his sponsor advice set a course record with a seven under Par 28 on the frontline Andrj coasted to an eight under 63 for the Lead in Thea Alea open thursday. Lunn of Sacramento calif.,collected seven birdies an Eagle and a bogey to set a nine Hole record in the $35,000 tour Numen played Over the Par 35-3672, 6,575-Yard Cape fear country club Reid St. Louis mo., was alone in second place witha 65. Three players Bobby Mitchell Danville va., Dickryan Sylvania Ohio and Bob Erickson Steger 111., were tie with 66s. Gary player of South Africa a pre tourney favorite was tied for fifth with a 68. Sentimental favorite Robert de Vicenzo of Argentina who missed a play off shot at the masters last week by signing an incorrect score card was tied for seventh at 70. Pinehurst . Up Veteran mrs. Alice Dye of Indianapolis ind., and Secretary Connie Day of Cleveland Tenn. Survived see saw matches thurs Day to reach the finals of the 66th annual women s North an South Amateur Golf tournament. Mrs. Dye downed Maureen rum of Lakeland fla., 2 up and miss Day came from behind on the Back nine to Down Kay Beard Campbellsville ky., 1-Upin 21 holes. Atlanta a. A team headed by Veteran pro Patty Berg racked up a Best Ball score of 56, 16 under Par to win the lady Carling pro am Golf tournament thursday. The tournament was a preliminary to the 54 Hole lady Carling tournament which be gins Friday. Each team was made up of a touring woman professional a Georgia Man professional and a Man and Wom an Amateur. Miss Berg s team consisted of Jim Clay and Larry White of Atlanta and Anne Bumann of Columbus a. In second place at 57 was team headed by Margie Mas ters an australian playing the american women s tour. Her team consisted of Pic Parks of Newnan ga., Norma Owen of Beaufort s.c., and Bill rogue More of Lakeland ga., presi Dent of the Cano Gate Golf club where the tournament was held. Santiago stops Chison tigers Roar past tribe 5-0 Detroit up Al Kaline celebrated his2,000th game with Detroit by socking his 305th Home run thursday and Joe Sparma hurled the tigers to their sixth straight Victory by shutting out the Cleveland indians 5-0. Kaline 33, who started with Detroit in 1953 without spending a Day in the minors thus became Only the sixth Active and 72nd player to appear in 2,000 major league right handed All Star right fielder slammed a pitch by loser Steve Hargan into the right Field seats in the fifth inning after Dick Mcauliffe had clubbed a Lead off Home run into the third deck. Willie Horton had socked a 450-foot blast into the upper deck in left in the second. Sparma picked up his fir twin against no losses by allowing Only seven hits. He stranded six indians Over the first four frames then limited them to Only three base runners thereafter. Hargan lost his second game in two decisions. The tigers added a run in the fourth when Jim Northrup singled Home Norm Cash who had singled and stolen second and picked up a run in the seventh when Horton singled Home Mcauliffe who had walked and stolen second. Marking the occasion Cleveland Detroit Abr Hbl. 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Jim Murphy won the 10,000 meters impressively in 29 minutes 51.6 seconds thursday 2.6 seconds off the meet record of 29 49 in the first major event of the 43rd Kansas relays. The 23-year-old Chicago native won by More than 150 Yards Over Colorado s Craig said he did t realize until the last Lap that he had Ashot at the record. I wish now i d gone All out for the record Murphy said. Murphy was t close to his personal Best of 29 38, set two weeks ago in the Kentucky re lays. My goal is to make the olympic team either in the 10,000 or the 5,000 meters he said. I m planning to run against Billy Mills in the 5,000saturday and that s one i really want to won the olympic 10,000 meters at Tokyo in 1964.Murphy is stationed at the air ree Academy. He is a phys Al education instructor teach no Badminton and Squash. As a i Cadet in 1964, he just missed the olympic trials in the 5,000 me out sprinted Gerry Garcia of Eastern new Mexico for second place in 30 13.8. Murphy took the Lead after about 10 minutes and pulled away. Seven freshmen Junio College events which produced three meet records completed the thursday program. Eight major events Are on Friday s card including world record Holder Ralph Boston in special Long jump. Saturday s schedule is jammed with 23 events and includes world record holders Jim Ryun Randy Matson Jim Hines and Charlie Greene. Packer giant Swap new York up the world Champion Green Bay packers seeking to bolster talented but aging offensive line have traded a pair of reserves linebacker Tommy Crutcher and offensive tackle Steve Wright to the new York giants for tackle Francis Peay,. S no. 1 draft Choice in 19g8. Nats snap Minnesota skein 7-6 St. Paul Minneapolis a Washington Catcher Bill Bryan picked Rod Carew of third base with two out and the bases loaded in the ninth inning preserving the senators 7-6 Vic tory Over Minnesota and ending the twins six game unbeaten Streak. The twins had already score done run in the ninth when Pinch hitter Jim Holt faced re Liever Dave Baldwin. Carew had moved about 30feet from third base in a Bluff toward Home when Baldwi stepped off the Mound and threw to Bryan on the third base Side of the plate. The Catcher fired to third baseman Ken Mcmullen and Carew was tagged out As he dived Back tothe bag. To senators had taken the Lead with an eight hit six run barrage in the fifth inning. Pats name o Hanley to coach acl team Boston a the Bosto patriots of the american foot Ball league reached into the ranks of their former players and named Ross o Hanley 29,coach of the Lowell giants of the Atlantic coast league. The patriots earlier announce the signing of a working agree ment with the giants no were affiliated with the Green Bay packers last year. O Hanley a former Bosto College Star earned All Al Hon ors As a safety Man in the patriots first year in the league. Drafted by the Miami dolphins in 1966, he injured his leg in pre season practice landsat out the season. He saw Little action last year. Boston up Veteran Jose Santiago two hitter at the wingless Chicago it thursday and the Boston red sox gated Victory As losing Pitcher Gary p car n 8 a a Home the first run. Santiago who ditch Dball for five innings gained his first s he yielded Only Wayne Causey s Pinchik the sixth and another single by Russ Usfo s inning later. Only three other Chicago Fri reached base against Santiago one on Joe few error in the third and two on walks in the ninth. Santi Afan struck put five while extend the White sox losing Streak to six games this season and Overall including five at the end of last season. The Jred sox broke scoreless Duel in the fourth when Santiago walked went to third on Mike Andrews Stag and scored when plate Rumpke Al Salerno called a a Peters bounced the Ball Glove while standing rubber. Boston drove Peters out inthe eighth with two runs on Back to Back doubles by Andrews and Foy a hit batsman and George Scott s sacrifice Fly off reliever Bob locker. Peters was lifted after Hitti Gcarl Yastrzemski on the left shoulder with a pitch. Yastrzemski was removed for a Pinch runner and treated for a Bruise left Arm. He was not seriously Hurt. Unless. And wingless Al Kalineh celebrates Milestone inon the Chicago a Alclo a in Jadw it Ward 3d Davis u Mccraw in Barry of Joa Ophin o Cullon 2b Causey 2b Petera p locker p we Plains pm 1 0 0 0 Bostons Brebt Abr Hycl 3000 Andrews 2b 8,1 0 8010 Foy 3b 4000 str Mykl it 8 0 0 0 to Ironbull if 8000 a Smith of 3000 Scott in 3000 Lahoud it 1000 pot Rocoll As 2010 Oliver o 2000 Santiago p 0000 j ,111 0000 00003010 s001 30003010 40002100 total 28 0 2 0 total 37 3 a Chicago 000 000000-0 Borton 001 Oooozx-3 a Foy. Do Chicago 3, Boston i lob Chicago 3, Boston s. 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