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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuridoy, July 1972 THE LETHSRIDGE HERALD 'Jacldin appears determined with 69-72 Nicklaus scrambles to stay close MUIHF1ELD, Scotland (CP. AF) Tony Jacklin of Britain took over the lead in the British Open golf today with a two-round total of 141, one under par, but several of the top players were still to bo heard from. Jtcklin, who won the Open in shot a 72 to go with his opening His ono-ovnr-par round today included a tliree- over-par six on the short 13th hole. Close on his heels was a young American, Johnny Miller, who fired a course-record 66, which included a double eagle, for a total of 112. Miller's stunning double eagle came on the 558-yard, par-5 filth hole when he holed out his sec- ond shot. Peter Eutlor of England shot a 65 here six years ago hut il was announced that Miller's 32 34 on the 36-33-71, Muirfield links was being ac cepted ns a record because the Fires second round of 80 Home in second alone EDMONTON f Special) Barbara Home of Lethbridge registered her second round of 80 in as many days and moved into sole possession of second place in the Alberta Women's Coif Championship Wednes- day. Meanwhile Betty Cole of Ed- monton took a commanding 12- stroke lead into today's third round of the golf championship on her home course at High lands Golf Club. The eight time champion fired an even par 75 for a total of 148 after 36 of 72 holes. Home came up with her second round of BO for a halfway total of 160 while Mar- ilyn Dahl of Calgary is Ihird with 161. Arlene Macintosh of Calgary is fourth with 162, Carin Me- Race results CALGARY (CP) Rflca results Wednesday Bf Victoria Park; FIRST SMDO, claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs Simba Sue (Parsons) 12.50 i.AQ 3.30, Happy Whlsller (Wiseman! 7.90 2.4Q, Caesar's Song ISIadnykl 3.00. Time Greek Touch, Mystic Twisler, Tolc Johnny, Julie's Aucllon, Minlt Girl elso ran. SECOND SMOQ, claiming 4 year elds ond up 7 lurlongs Rae of Gold (Combs) 13.80 600 3.-W, Major iViornl (Inda) J.70 3.BO, Love Success (Norrist 3.10, Time Dexter Boy, Fleet Flltler, Dreamln Demon, Twilighf Mood, Roman Schol- ar fllso ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 4 yer olds end up, 7 furlongs Another Bomber (Homlll) 40.00 16.10 6.00, Miss Kaysyecon (Shields) 3.30, Hungryhawk (Arnold) 6.-10. Time 3-5 Counlesu Belinda, Hndason, Swing- Ing Lane, Careiesa Sun also ran, QUINELLA FOURTH allowance, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs Johnny's Honey (Morris) 4.BO 4.00 2.60, Spotted Turk (Parsons- 8.70 3.80, AH Ready Parleys (Lcvlne) 3.00. Time: 1-26 Honor And Glory, May Trip, Brown Marine, Keirza Girl Also HFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs Mr. Wolfe fSiadnyk) 2.BO, Cypress Cove (Haynos) P.eo pie o[ he added. But hi wouldn't say what he was doing wrong. Nobody eke has bee? able to figure that out either. Phillies just a bad club PHILADELPHIA (AP) One of the first things Paul Owens did after he was mada field manager of Philadelphia Phillies was to fire third basa coach George Myatt. Myalt has been a coach for 23 years and is not afraid to speak his mind. In an inter- view with Jim Barniak, Myatt indicated that his candor might have had something to do with getting canned. Last week, he said, the Phil- lies management asked each coach and the manager If tha team was capable of playing .500 ball the remainder of the season. "There was a lot of hem- ming and he said. "When they got to me, I said, 'No way.1" "That sort of startled them, I guess. I told them that our outfield, defencewise, was tha worst I'd ever seen in base. ball. And the pitching's real bad. Once you get past Steve Carlton, it's like reaching into a grab bag. I guess I'm gone because I'm too outspoken in analysing His ball club." "It's Hie most over-coached ballclub I ever saw in my Myalt said. "There are young guys here, guys who have had one good yearsome- where. who all of a sudden are all tangled up. There are good players who came up through the Phillie's system, looked good all the way, and once they go v.-ilh the big club in spring training, they seemed to lose something." GIVES A Askcrl for a rundown on in- dividuals, here is part of what Myatt Grc? Luzinski: "Busted his gut Irving to be an outfielder, birL it is not his position. He's got to be on first base. He's proving he can hit." Torn- llnrmon and Donnv Doyle: "Boih arc growing up a bit. Neither one is going lo be great, but they can be good ones." Don Money: "A very con- fused guy right now. Defi- nitely a victim of ovcrcoach- uiR." Oscar Gamble-: "Now here's a kid with n lot of natural ability. He's preen as hell but he scorns lo be nble lo enm- pensalc with Ws natural abil- ity." Montnncz: him alone. Let lu'm hot. dog a little, let him piny Hie way he's been ploying nil his lifo mid I think you'll hnve some- thing." Over-nil ''If 1 rmil Onrns, Id ho nn tho 24 noun day." ;