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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - June 9, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Leads classic by one stroke and some did t always find the fairways Mike Smith takes whack from Tough spot t or photos of Hedges set i Adderton figured 72, and he got it by Jim Pettit Ealer Prit sport writer defending Enterprise classic Champion Don Adderton accomplished one goal in saturday s opening round of the 16th annual event but that Wasny to enough to climb into the tournament Lead Adderton playing with most of local Golf s big guns at Oak hollow finished at even Par 72. Only three of the 192 who teed it up at the watery layout did better than that. A i Felt if i could shoot 72 i d be in Good shape Adderton admitted a but i be played several practice rounds up Here and have been a couple under Par each time. As Short As the course was today. I thought i d shoot nothing but when they blow the whistle it makes a Adderton. Like Many of saturday s competitors found the Slippery Oak hollow greens troublesome at Best. A i four putted no 14,�?� Adderton grimaced a from 25 feet. Other than a that i played real Well. Asheboro s Chub Allred Thomasville Tony Batty and Jamestown s Jim Ward were the Only Par Breakers at Oak hollow saturday. Allred and Baity fired two under 70 s while Ward notched a 71. A this was the second time in be played Oak hollow a Allred whose brother Don fired a Matching 70 at Blair Park in the first round noted. A it s the finest municipal course i be played in my life and i be put a lot of Spike Marks Down Quot Allred s Iron play was hot enough to Brand cattle. A i Don t think i made a Birdie putt longer than three he estimated a i made the Flag quiver every time i brought it Back a he Eagle no. 2 t Driver and 4-Wood two feet from the pint and rang up birdies on nos. 5 and 15. His bogeys were at no. I and no to. Batty toured Oak hollow in nines of 36-34. One put i my seven greens water unkind to Craven Gene Craven May have set a record of sorts at Oak hollow saturday. A 13-Over-Par 17 on no. 6. Craven placing in a foursome with Charlie Hill Garland Yates and Jim Blackburn knocked five balls into the water there. A i talked myself into hitting the tee shot into the Waler he said managing a smile a then i Laid one out and hit a 3-Iron in the water. Then i hit two More 3-Irons in. I changed to a 2-Iron, then and hit it in. I finally aimed at the Corner and played it Safe but then i put a wedge shot into a trap. Then i picked it Dean coming out and it went under a tree. From there i went Back in a trap blasted out and two potted Quot his final score he shot 53-& for a 92playing four Over Par after the Long to be remembered no. 6 Hole. Mis to is three players tied for 2nd by Benny Phillips associate sports editor William Dula carded a three under Par 69 to take a one stroke Lead in the 16th annual Enterprise Golf classic which began saturday Over two courses a Blair Park and Oak hollow Dula. Who has been playing Golf eight years started on the 10th tee at Blair Park and turned in a 35-34 for his 69 it was his Best round Ever. One stroke Back tied at to. Are the Allred Brothers from Asheboro a Chub and Don a and Tony Baity of Thomasville of the three dem was the Only one to play Blair Park. One under Par and two strokes Back of the Leader is Jim Ward at 71. Ward is a former Winner of the classic. Having won in 1964, six Are tied at even Par 72 they Are Eddie Streetman. Scoot Utley Jack Powell. Ran Kennedy. James Kenan and defending classic Champion Don Adderton the second round of the 72-Hole tournament is scheduled for today with golfers simply switching courses. For example golfers who teed off the no to tee at Blair Park saturday will tee off no to at Oak hollow sunday today s round will determine the medallist for ibb High Point mom sports sunday june 9, 1974 Section c the tournament which is Low score at the Halfway Point after the second round the Field will be broken into flights Ami new pairings Ami starting times will be established for next weekend Dula started the Day in High gear off the 10th tee he chipped in from the fringe of the Green for an Eagle on the next Hole he banged away from its Yards out and the see today s pairings on 2c Ball rolled within two feet of the pin. He Sank the putt for a Birdie. But then on no 13 he left a putt Short for a bogey and went on to make the turn at two under Par 34 he then scored a Birdie on no. I with a four foot putt and followed with another Birdie on the Par three no. 4 when he Sank Jesse Tutterow smokes it Over at Oak hollows 8th Green i hit the Ball pretty Good on the Back Side a he recalled. But the main thing was the putting i putted pretty Well i did no to have any real Long putt the longest was a 17-footer from the fringe for a Birdie on no 9, but that was one of those Sid Hill Lolly Gaggers a Batty who normally plays Well in the classic noted he s been a playing pretty Good recently a i played 27 Boles at Blair Park Friday and was one Over the putting is the key to my game if i putt Well i ii do All right i usually bit the Ball Okay i be always played three consistent rounds in the classic and one bad one somewhere but if i can putt Iti do All Harris score stood until the closing foursomes of the Oak hollow round a i did t play really great a he evaluated a but it must have been All right the Way everybody else played. I putted Well hit several greens but i did t drive very Ward added that the Oak hollow course w As in a pretty Good shape a but that the greens were a Little rough following the heavy morning traffic. Quot the fringe around the greens was too Long in some he said Ward 1964 classic Champion bogeyed no. 5 and 9, but erased those with birdies on nos 2, 4, and 17. Birdie putts on the latter two were from 20 and 15 feet respectively. Former classic Champion Bill Hoover turned the front Side in two under 34, but skied to a 40 on the Back prodded by a seven on no. In hoovers 8-Iron approach shot went Over the Green to set up the triple bogey. Jack Powell was in a group of golfers at 72, a scrambling round that put him among the top contenders a i made a lot of Good putts a he said a but i missed a couple of four footers for birdies on la and 12.�?� Powell who double bogeyed no. 5 before getting in gear rallied from a disastrous shot on no. 6 for a Par. He knocked the Ball in the water there but put his third shot on the Green and ran in a 15-footer for Par. Two other Long saves came on 8 and 18. Gary Flowers another highly regarded area golfer finished at 73 despite a hitting Only three fairways on the front Side a a i had two three putt greens that Hurt a he offered. A they were Tough putts and one broke so much it was pitiful the course played Good today but i played a lot of shots Howard Cooper was also in the group at 73 despite two see Adderton on 7c a 16-footer he ran into trouble of no s when he hit into the Creek and had to Uke a stroke penalty his final Birdie came on no 7 his second shot was to the right of the Green he chipped Short and bold a 12-Fooler and then played Par the final two holes Quot i play Blair Park three or four times a said Dula. A and i play at Oak hollow three or four times a month. But i love both he added a i m going up to Oak hollow sunday and see if i can t Blister Par i feel i really have my Short Iron game going few me a Dula said in the eight years he a been playing he has shot several 70s. But this is his first 69, Quot it Couldst have come at a better time he added Dula teen off at i 26 today from the no to tee at Oak hollow Tony Bally a former Thomasville High basketball Star said after one of his better rounds of the classic that How Well he would do from Here on would depend on his putting he pointed out that he usually hits the Ball Well Baity started from the no i tee at Oak Holm and James Byrd follows approach shot in action at Blair Park saturday average score 84.83 the average score in he first round of the 16th annual Enterprise Golf classic was 64.63. Over id golfers placed the two courses a Oak hollow and Blair Park a but several failed to urn in scorecards or simply withdrew. At Oak hollow 192 teed off and at Blair Park 219 went to the tee for a total of 411 golfers. Officially however 375 golfers remain in he classic As the tournament begins its second round today. Those 375 golfers took 31,613 official strokes in the first round and their average score was 64.63,juniors tee off tuesday pairings and starting times Are announced today or the Junior and sub Junior division of the Enterprise Golf classic the juniors and sub juniors will begin play tuesday at Oak hollow and finish their 36-Hole tournament thursday at Blair Park. After 18 holes the scores w ill determine flight in the Junior division there will be a championship flight first flight and second flight in the sub Junior division there will be two divisions a championship and first flight i is a de a 014 of a Jae a. Go # i i hem m How 0��9 my Over it be Edwa it �40�? Joe be. Ken new a my h i a re Andrews s so Ben me Roe i one. 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But on six and seven he was bogey on both he scored another Birdie on nine for an even Par 36 at the turn on the Back nine he carded birdies on no la and in for a two under 34 and a total score of to Don Allred started from no to at Blair and was bogey on is and double bogey on la where he got into the Woods but then he Strung four birdies and added another on no 7. Don said he had never placed Blair Park previously and had played at Oak hollow Only once he in t a stranger to Golf. He was Low Amateur in the Tate City open two years ago Asheboro City Champion in 1963 and runner up the last three years brother Chub is the oldest of the Allred Brothers tied at to he started with a bogey on no i at Oak hollow but came right Back with an Eagle on no 2 and a Birdie on five on the Back Side he was bogey on no to and Birdie on is like brother Don Chub says he has never played Blair and that this was his Frond round at Oak hollow. Likewise. Chub is no stranger to Golf he won the Asheboro City championship last year when Little brother was second. This year Little brother was second and Chub was third Chub won the North Carolina Junior championship in 1957 and in 59 went into the Navy after the Navy he lived in Washington do until 1971 when he moved Back to Asheboro he won the District of Columbia Amateur championship in 1964 66 and 67 he won the Maryland Amateur championship in 1966 and was runner up in 67 to not worried about having not played Blair he said a i walked Over the course today before going up to Oak hollow and it looks like a rather easy course to me i m not expecting a lot of trouble he smiled. 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A or a to a 0a.40 a j i Roger Cook a a r a russe. A Ai-83 nor Quot an pea. At 40-�3 so classic on 7c Little new York a pre Akness Winner Little current put on another patented stretch drive and powered his Way to an easy Victory saturday in the 6169,950 Belmont stakes. Little current Ridden toy Miguel Rivera blazed past Jolly John and Kentucky Derby w inner cannonade in the upper stretch and simply ran off. The impressive Victory made Little current the undisputed Leader of the 3-year-old division which had been wide open most of the year. Little current got to the wire seven lengths in front of Jolly John with a clocking of 2 291-5 for the i1 Miles cannonade was third the same position he finished in the Preakness a Hose b ick of Jolly John and three quarters of a length in front of. Rube the great. Pulls away in Belmont stakes current wins in stretch Little current who had put on a tremendous closing Rush in the Derby to finish fifth bolted into the Lead saturday with a Little More than one eighth of a mite to go. Once the John Galbreath owned son of sea Bird stuck his Chestnut head in front the Belmont was All Over. Little current the 3-2 favorite on this Cloudy Breezy Day returned 65,64 40 and 63.40 in picking up first Money of 6107,970. Jolly John owned by Thomas s. Nichols paid $15.40 and 67 60 and Sigmond Sommers Rube the great was $3.80 to show completing the order of finish after Rube the great were Kin run who also finished fifth in the Preakness Shady character who had battled for the Lead Down the Backstretch Hudson county a speedy Colt who was never in the Hunt saturday sea songster who had been made a supplemental entry at $12,500 and bold and fancy. A crowd of 52,564, about 15,000 less than was on hand to see secretariat win last year and far below the record 82.694 set in 1971, watched Jolly John Rube the great Shady character and Hudson county try for the Lead when the Field came out of the Gate. Jolly John Ridden by Ben Feliciano led after the first Quarter of a mile was second to Shady character and jockey Eddie Maple after a half mile and was Back in the Lead after a mite with cannonade moving into second at that Point. Little current was eighth All the while. But a Quarter of a mile later Little current had moved to fourth a length behind Rube the great who was Ridden by Braulio Baeza cannonade was in the Lead a head in front of Jolly John then came the stretch run and Little current took charge a the went on hts own around the turn and into the Backstretch a said Rivera who had Ridden Rube the great in the Derby before taking Over the mount on Little current in the Preakness. A i was in no hurry. A i stayed close enough and about the three eighth poles i asked him to move up. At about the Quarter pole he was going and he was ready and took the Lead about the thre sixt tenths pole. Quot after that it was his race a said Rivera. Little current s Victory was his third in nine starts this year and his fourth in 13 career outings he now has earned $299,992 in 1974 and $309,162 for his career. He had earlier won the Everglades stakes this year. It was the first Belmont try tor Rivera and also for Trainer Lou Rondello however it was the fourth for Galbreath. Who watched his Darby Dan farm Silks come Home first for the second time in the Belmont. His other Victory was with Chateaugay in 1963. For a moment it looked like cannonade might add a second jewel of the triple Crown to his record. But As in the Preakness the Derby Winner did no to have a Chance Over Little current got rolling in the stretch. For the first Tine in the triple Crown series cannonade was Ridden by Jorge Velasquez because Angel Cordero or. Was under a Riding suspension which does not end until monday

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