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Saturday, August 9, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Poge Eleven

Saturday, August 9, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

Crampton pounces on PGA lead
AKRON, Ohio P1-Bruce Crampton has spoken of it many courses at his very best, moved into position behind Crampton
times. and the tournament took on a more familiar appearance.

"The only thing missing from my career is a major title," the
quiet, unassuming Australian veteran has said repeatedly, a
wistful quality in the voice that still hears a trace of his native
Sydney.
"I've achieved much more, so very much more, out of golf
than I ever thought I would. But, yes, now, at this time of my
career, I'd have to say I'd like to win a major championship.
"It's the only thing I haven't done.
"It's really the only thing missing."
So Crampton, a dour, grim-faced competitor on the golf course
but a pleasant, smiling man away from the fairways, took a major
step in the fulfillment of his dream of glory with a spectacular
but-characteristically-unsmiling 63 that propelled him into a
three-stroke lead yesterday in the second round of the 57th PGA
National Championship, last of the season's four major tests of
golfing greatness.
His seven-under-par effort over feared Firestone was a course
record and a PGA National Championship record. It has been
bettered only twice on the tour this year and put him in a com-
manding position to reach the only goal that has eluded him-a
major championship.
Hale Irwin, who has the happy habit of playing the tougher
Second Round Leaders

Some of the more obscure names that dominated first round
play slipped-some gently, some quickly-back into the pack and
were replaced by the game's more prominent performers such as
Crampton, Irwin and Jack Nicklaus, with Tom Weiskopf, British
Open king Tom Watson and Billy Casper within striking distance.
Irwin, the 1974 U.S. Open champion who is bidding for a
spot among the front rank of the game's greats, scored his first
professional competitive hole-in-one on the way to a 6S and
second place at 137.

heBilboard
Amateur Best-Ball tournament
will be held September 6-7 at
the University of Michigan Golf
Course. The field will be limited
to 80 teams and the deadline for
entering is August 31. Golfers
can make reservations by call-
Ing 653-SM.S
The two-day, 36-hole event is
considered the top amateur best-
ball tournament in Michigan.

Bruce Cranmpton
ale Irein
Jack Nicklaus
Mark Mayes
Bob Wynn
Ed Dougherty
John Schlee
J.C. Snead
Al Geiberger
Maurice Ver Brugge
Billy Casper
Torn Watson
John Mahaffey
Tom weiskopf
Butch Baird
Larry Hinson
Jimmy Powell
Jim Dent
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David Graham
Don January
Gary Player
Fred wampler
Bruce Devlin
Steve Melnyk
Gibby Gilbert
Leonard Thompson
.Ray .Floyd
Vie Retalado
Bob Murphy
Mike Hill
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Lou Graham
Gil Morgan
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Julius Buros

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