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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Saturday, July 15, 1972

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Trevino aces Ijluirfield

MUIRFIELD. Scotland (A') -
'Well, we were kinda all bunch-
ed up," Lee Trevino said with
that impudent grin. "and I fig-
ured somebody ought to do
something."
So the Super Mex, the defend-
ing champion in the 101st Brit-
ish Open Golf Championship. did
just that, swaggering and laugh-
ing his way into sole control of
the third-round lead with a stun-
ning string - five birdies on the
last five holes.
The brilliant streak, which in-

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eluded a chip-in on the final hole
and a two from a deep sand
trap, staked him to a course-re-
cord-matching 66, and a one-
stroke lead over England's Tony
Jackltin.
TREVINO had a three-round to-
tal of 207, six under par on the
sun-splashed, 6,892 yards of Scot-
tish Moors that make up the
Muirfield Links just south of the
Firth of Forth.
Jacklin had a 67. four under
par, for 208. That set up the
same final round pairing, Tre-
vino-Jacklin, that there was a
year ago when the Englishman
chased Trevino to the title in the
last of his three national chrm-
pionships.
Disappointed Jack Nicklaus,
already the winner of the Mast-
ers and U.S. Open titles. saw his
hopes for a never-accomplished
one-year sweep of all the world's
major titles fade and all but die
as he drifted six strokes off the
pace.
"I just haven't played well all
week. Nicklauas said.
At one tame late in the day,
Trevino, Jacklan and Doug Sand-
ers were locked within :wo strok_
es of each other.
Trevino took care of that sit-
uation with his gallop down the
backstretch.
"I don't think I've ever made
that many in a row before," Tre-
vino said.
WITH ONE round to go, the
dapper Sanders was in third
place, four strokes back of Tro-
vano. Sanders forged a 69 de-
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TONY JACKLIN lets fly during yesterday's action at Muirfield in
the British Open. Jacklin, a charming gentleman, was in second
place behind Lee Trevino, a wacky one.

spite a double bogey six for a
211 total.
"The last three holes were
okay. but I just played :orrble
the rest of the time," said Nick-
laus, his dream of an unprece-
dented Grand Slam all but shat-
tered.
He already holds the Masters
and U.S. Open titles and need;
this one if he is to keep alive
the string that also includes the
PGA Championship in Birming-
ham, Mich., Aug. 3-6.
"There's one more round," he
said. 'Maybe I'll find something
out there tomorrow. You never
know.
"I've won many times from
six behind. I can't see any rea-
son I can't shoot 65. I feel Ii:
I can. But you've got to do it,

not just talk about it. We'll
see."
Nicklaus three-putted the first
hole but got the stroke back
when he chipped to two feet for
a birdie four on the ninth. He
bogeyed the 12th and 14th, miss-
ing the green badly each time;
chipped in for a bird on the 16th,
and made birdie on the 17th, a
par five.
He put his second shot on th
green there and gave the eagle
putt a great try. "I left it 3t
feet short," he said.
Trevino, paired with Jacklin
in the final twosome of thlie
bright, warm, sunny Jay, trail-
ed most of the time, matehing
an early bogey with a taso-putt
bird on the fifth, then making
eight consecutive pars.

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