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Saturdaoy, July 14, 1973


Page Eleven

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eiskopf maintains
N, Scotland (M - Tom who scored a major upset in the final round.
if scrambled back from U.S. Open a month ago, closed Nicklaus, winner of 13 major
-disastrous double bogey to within a single stroke with a crowns, could do nothing right in
oned a hard-won 71 and 69-207. the rain that left pools and pud-
I a one-stroke lead yes- BUT IT WAS another four dies on the marshy fairway and
in the third round of the four strokes to the next player, made lakes of the greens.
Open Golf Championship. Bert Yancey, as the international He played the par 5 holes two
:opf, who held the lead for field began to drift back. Yan- over par, bogeyed three holes
t two days of this ancient cey, like Weiskopf seeking his in a row at one stretch and was
unship, trailed Johnny first major title, had a 73 for shaking his blond mane in dis-
most of the cold, drizzly 211. , gust.
it finished in front again Jack Nicklaus, the pre-tourney A pair of Britons, big Brian.
206 total, 10 under par on favorite, knocked himself out of Barnes and veteran Neil Coles,
side Old Course at the it with a horrendous 76 and a 215 made their way into fourth place
olf Club- total, a whopping nine strokes off at 213. Each had a 70, with the
, the lanky 26-year-old the pace going into Saturday's husky, 220-pound Barnes scoring

an eagle 3 on the 12th hole


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American Lanny Wadkins was
next at 214, two under par, after
a 70.
THE REST WERE strung out
much farther behind.
Arnold Palmer managed a 70,
with a three-under-par 33 on
the back nine, but at 218 was 12
shots back and out of it. De-
fending champion Lee Trevino
had a 73 and was tied at 221 with
South African Gary Player, who
took a 76. England's Tony Jack-
lin was at 220 after a 72.
With the wide gap between
Miller and the rest of the con-
tenders, Saturday's final round
shaped up as a two-man race.
'I don't think I've ever seen
a major championship like this
at this stage," Miller said. "If I
hadn't managed to stay close to
him, this guy Weiskopf wouldsbe
about to lap the field.
'"I'm not saying that some- -
body at two or three under can't
beat us, but it's not likely."
IT WAS A see-saw battle all
the way, with Weiskopf, Yancey
and Miller all tied for the lead
at one stage, then Miller taking
it alone and Weiskopf finnally
regaining it.
Yancey dropped out of strong
contention when hesbogeyed four
of the last six holes, missing the
green on all of them.
Miller held the lead through..
14 holes, but dropped back into
a tie when he bogeyed the 15th. Johnny Miller
Bonds gains ground
in NL All-Star voting

Be carefulwitffe
Rememberthere are babes
in te woods.
And those baby fawns, rabbits, Follow all the rules of safety and
squirrels and trees need a safe, happy caution-just like any other placewhere
home. They need a place where they can there are children at play.
grow up strong and healthy.
Like babes everywhere :
So, pleash, be careful with fire when
you're in the forest.

NEW YORK (A) - Final re-
turns from fan balloting for the
1973 All-Star Game will be an-
nounced next week, but as mat-
ters now stand Bobby Bonds of
the San Francisco Giants has the
inside track for a starting out-
field job with the National
In figures released yesterday
by the baseball commissioner's
office, Bonds had edged into third
in the fight to open in the out-
field for the NL at Kansas City
on July 24. His 778,355 votes top-
ped Cesar Cedeno of Houston by
some 10,000 and trailed Chicago's
Billy Williams by about 12,000 as
each seeks to join Cincinnati's
Pete Rose as outfield starters.
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virtually assured of a starting
job, as is his Reds teammate,
catcher Johnny Bench, who con-
tinued to lead all NI. vote-get-
ters with 1,575,013 from a total
of 3,323,439 ballots cast.
Hank Aaron of Atlanta remain-
ed the league's leading infield
choice, with 1,207,351 votes for
first base. Cincinnati second base-
man Joe Morgan was the Reds'
third position leader, compiling
a total of 89t,513 votes.
At shortstop, Chris Speier of
San Francisco's 810,254 votes
gave him almost a 2-1 edge over
his nearest rival, while Ron San-
to of the Chicago Cubs had a
comfortable margin at third.
Runnersup, in addition to Ce-
deno, include Manny Sanguillen
of Pittsburgh, 347,859 for catch-
er; the Pirates' Willie Stargell,
537,795, first 'base; Glenn Beck-
ert, Chicago, 401,635, second
hase; Dave Concepcion, Cincin-
nati, 487,666, shortstop; Joe Tor-
re, St. Louis, 617,955, third base.
Two two All-Star managers,
Sparky Anderson of the Nation-
al League champion Reds and
Dick Williams of the world
champion Oakland Athletics, will
name the pitchers and reserves
for their respective teams.

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