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FR'1IDAY, JULY 10, 1964
Lema Shoots 68;
In Front by Two
By The Associated Press
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland -
Champagne Tony Lema, posting
one of history's great rounds over
the St. Andrews Old Course, which
he saw for the first time four
days ago, scored a four-under par
68 yesterday for the halfway lead
in the British Open Golf Cham-
The California pro had a 36-
hole total of 141, two strokes bet-
ter than long-hitting Harry Weet-
man of Britain.
Lema, winner of three U.S.
tournaments last monthrand on
his first trip to Britain, included
an eagle two in his round, fashion-
ed in North Sea gales that almost
blew strong men down for the
second straight day.
major title but this one, had an
awful time on the huge St. An-
drews greens and finished with 74.
It left him at 150, nine strokes
back of Lema.
The field was trimmed to the
low 45 scorers for Friday's final
36 holes, with 153 the cutoff point.
Five of the eight Americans in
the field made it. In addition to
Lema and Nicklaus, Doug Ford of
Yonkers, N.Y., and Doug Sanders
of Ojai, Calif., had 151 and Phil
Rodgers of La Jolla, Calif., who
lost in a playoff last year, was
the last man in with 153.-
Ford added 76 to an. opening
73, Sanders shot 73 after a first
round 78, and Rodgers blew to 79
after a good 74 start.
The three Yanks who missed
were Deane Beman, Bethesda, Md.,
current U.S. amateur and former
British amateur champion, 82-75-
157; Johnny Bulla, the 50-year-
old British Open runner-up iin
1939 and 1946, had 78-81-159,
and Bill Johnston, 77-81-158.
Both Bulla and Johnston are from
COLORADO SPRINGS - The
NCAA's U n i v e r s i t y Basketball
Tournament Committee an-
nounced yesterday the 1965 NCAA
basketball finals at Portland, Ore.,
will start two hours earlier than
in past years.
The committee action, which
shattered precedent, came at the
close of its four-day meeting here.
The title game tipoff was set for
7:30 p.m., PST, the third place
game for 5:30 p.m., PST.
Bernie Shively of Kentucky, the
committee chairman, said the
starting times of the Friday night
semifinals March 19 haven't been
established because there are still
some details to be worked out.
Five cities are being considered
as sites for the 1966 NCAA cham-
pionships. Representatives of five
cities appeared before the commit-
tee here but Shively said they
weren't necessarily the five under
serious consideration. He said
more proposals will be heard.
The cities, with representatives
here were Buffalo, N.Y., Louisville,
Portland, Kansas City and Omaha.
Gov. Frank Morrison of Nebraska
headed the Omaha delegation.
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With the wind at his back, the
star from San Leandro pounded
his drive at the 312-yard 12th
hole on the green and sank a 25-
foot putt for an eagle.
Lema had three birdies-at the
sixth, ninth and 14th-and one
bogey, on the fifth, where he drove
into the rough and then three-
Lema's birdie putt at the 18th
rimmed the cup and stayed out.
It was the first round under 70
since the tournament started.
Big Jack Nicklaus, the Ohio
Golden Bear who has won every
Tigers Edge BoSox 4-3-;
Wickersham Wins 12th
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DETROIT - Detroit's D a v e
Wickersham survived two homers
by Lee Thomas and became the
first American League pitcher to
win 12 games as the Tigers edged
Boston 4-3 last night.
Thomas accounted for all of the
Red Sox runs with a bases-empty
homer in the fourth and a two-
run shot with two out in the ninth
off Wickersham. Larry Sherry
came in and preserved the victory.
Wickersham, who has lost five
games, now has equaled his 1963
victory total. He was, 12-15 last
season with Kansas City.
The Tigers scored twice in the
first inning on a walk, Gates
Brown's single, a double by Norm
Cash and a sacrifice fly by Bill
Brown homered in the third and
the Tigers added another tally in
the sixth on three straight singles,
the last by George Thomas.
* * *
CHICAGO-The San Francisco
Giants spiced a 16-hit attack with
homers by Willie Mays and Willie
McCovey and routed the Chicago
Cubs 9-4 yesterday.
Although t h e second - place
Giants chased Chicago's 11-game
winner Larry Jackson, their own
starter, Jack Sanford, had to quit
in the second inning witha numb-
ed right arm.
One of the Giants' four regular
starters, Sanford was to fly to San
Francisco last night for a thorough!
examination of apparent impaired'
circulation in his pitching arm.
The victory went to Gaylord
Perry, who replaced Sanford with
two out in the second and gave up
seven hits including pinch-hitter
Len Gabrielson's none-on homer
in the fifth Perry needed help,
from Bob Shaw in the ninth after
yielding two more runs.
Jackson, now 11-6, yielded Mays'
25th homer in the first, gave up
two second-inning runs mainly on
shaky Cub throwing, and retreat-
ed in a three-run Giant fifth.
The Giants raked the third Cub
pitcher, Dick Scott, for three runs
in the sixth on five hits, including
McCovey's two-run homer.
Jim Ray Hart, rookie Giant
third baseman, had four hits.
CLEVELAND - The American
League leading Baltimore Orioles
Baltimore came back with a run
in the eighth and had McDowell
on the ropes. Norm Siebern and
John Orsino singled. Bob John-
son, batting for Powell doubled to
bring in Siebern. But McDowell
struck out Jerry Adair and Gino
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Orioles' starter Milt Pappas, who
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Powell slammed his 22nd homer
in the first after Luis Aparicio
singled. He connected again in the
fifth following Jack Brandt's sin-
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Washington 32 52 .380 21
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