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Soturdoy, July 12, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Efeven

Saturday, July 12, 1975 THE MICHiGAN DAILY Page Eleven

Cole
CARNOUSTIE, Scotland {A) -
South African Bobby Cole shot
a once unthinkable 66 for the
second straight day at Carnous-
tie and led the British Open
golf championship with a 204
after an orgy of low scoring and
another record in yesterday's
third round.
The assault on Carnoustie has
totaled at least a dozen rounds
in three days which have broken
or equalled Ben Hogan's 22-year
record of 68. Americans Johnny
M er, Tom Watson, Jack Nick-
laus and Hale Irwin joined the
merriment yesterday to wheel
into contention entering today's
final round.
COLE, 27, WHO was nursing a
cold in the remarkably good
weather on the North Sea
course, was 12 under par after
54 holes and one stroke in front
of Australian Jack Newt n. An
unknown who broke Cole's one-
dvy course record with a 65 ves-
te-day. Newton was one shot
beck at 205. His only previous

ahead in British Open
claim to a pro victory was in laus shot a third-round 68, Ir- "But I've got as good a chance that 'I'm so and so and you re
this year's Zambian Open. win a 69 and Mahaffey a 67. as anybody. They've only got a only a bit of a kid.' "
Close behind were two Ameri- Also at 208 were Neil Coles of golf club and a ball, the same NICKLAUS was the 3-1 f .vo-
cans, Miller at 66-206 and Wat- Britain, who had a 67, and An- as I have." rite according to the legal 1-)ok-
son at 67-207, while Nicklaus dries Oosthuizen of South Africa Newton said he practicd with ies when the day began.
headed a group at 208. with a 70. Nicklaus and learned something "I missed too many reens
MEANWHILE, the a e _- o n d THE HALI bounced straight about putting. Yesterday they and I got into too many bunk-
round leader, Scotland's David on the firm fairways, and most paired together, and Newton era," he said. "A 68 is iot to
Huish, played with Cole and col- of the greens played as true assa , e m ot a sorensaye uts
lased. The 31-year-old teaching a billiards table. "When you "Jack's a great fellow to play not as good when the others are
pro shot a four-over-par 76 and have easy conditions like this, with," Newton said. "We chat- shooting 6 and 66."
was seemingly out of contention that's when young Mlayers do ted as we walked around, and Mahaffey's round was aided
at 212. well," said Nicklaus. it helped me to relax. Some of by an eagle three en the 4-8-
Carnoustie's 7,065-yard, par-72 "In difficult conditions, the the other fellows take the view yard 12th hole.

corse, notoriously difficult in
fol weather, was as gentle as
a lamb. On yet another windless
day, the birdies came in flocks.
"IN THIS kind of we-ther,
I'm going to have to shoot in the
(.s again to win," Cole raid.
"Being in front doesn't rmean
anything. Anyone within four
strokes of me has a good
chance."
That group included the heav-
ily favored Nicklaus, Irwin and
John Mahaffey, all at 208. Nick-

more experienced men have the
advantage over them," added
the two-time British Open win-
ner. "That's why I do.'t like
good conditions like this for a
major tournament. We came
over here to play 3ritish golf,
not American golf."
Newton, who has never fin-
ished higher than 35th in four
British Opens, was rated a 10-1
shot w h e n the tournament
started.
"THERE ARE many players
in with a chance," Newton said.

Trotter House Dancers
PRESENT THEIR
SUMMER CONCERT
8 p.m.-Sat., July 19
Schorling Auditorium
School of Education Bldg.
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Qualifiers for
today's final round

Bobby Cole
Jack Newton
Johnny Miller
Tom watson
Jack Nicklaus
Hale Irwin
John Mahaffey
Neil Coles
Andries Oosthuizen
Alan Tapie
Peter Oosterhuis
Graham Marsh
Bernard Gallacher
David Huish
Paul Leonard
George Burns
Arnold Palmer
lanbert Green
Tom Weiskopf
Danny Edwards
:Maurice Bembridge
Brian 1'aites
Robert Shearer
Simonf lobday
Ian ',manley
Davii Graham
Bil) Brask
ino Hinkle
iFward Pearce
cGsy Hunt
tle Hughes
lagh Baiochie
David Vaughan
Bob Charles
Tienie Britz
Brian Barnes
Sam Torrance
Roberto de Vicenzo
Lee Trevino
Christy O'Connor Jr.
Brian Huggett

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