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Friday, August 15, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

Friday, August 15, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Eleven

AFTER ONE ROUND

Meyer
WETHERSFIELD, Conn. (,)-
Dennie Meyer, a club pro who
doesn't expect to win and has
no intention of playing the tour,
shot a startling seven-under-
par 64 yesterday and took a one-
shot lead after the first round
of the $200,000 Greater Harford
Open.
"I hadn't planned on playing
here," Meyer said after record-
ing eight birdies on the 6,598-
yard Wethersfield Country Club
course. "But Dave Stockton
(the defending champion) told
me it was a short course so I
thought I'd try it."
It's only Meyer's third tour
event this year, and possibly his
last.
"'I'M GOING home after this
one," said Meyer, a 31-year-old
club pro at a public course near
Palm Springs, Calif. "I might
try to qualify for one more
later in the year."
But he has no plans to try the
tour. "No, I don't think so. I've
got a nice wife and a nice
family and I don't think I'd
want to try it. Not unless some-
thing unforseen and unexpected,
ike winning the tournament,
happened."
MEYER HELD a one-stroke
Hartford leaders
Dennie Meyer 32-32-64
Austin Straub 33-32-65
Don Bles 33-32-65
J.C. Snead 34-32-66
Andy North 33-33-66
iubert Green 34-32-66
Mike Hill 34-32-66
David Glen 31-35-66
Romero Blancas 32-35-67
Bob Goalby 34-33-67
Jerry Heard 31-36-67
Lou Graham 35-32-67
Ray Floyd 34-33-67
John wells 33-34-67
Bob Zendere 3-3-67
Hb Eatwod 3-34-68
Joe Inman 34-34-68
Tom. Shaw 34-34-68
Don January 33-35-68
Larry Nelson 36-32-68
Mike Long 35-33-68
George Archer 31-37-68
Doug Tewell 33-35-68
Laurie Hammer 34-34-68
Sammy Rachel 33-35-68
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advantage over Austin Straub,
an obscure rookie who has won
only one check-for $141-this
season, and veteran Don Bies.
Straub, 'playing with Meyer in
a pairing that was completely
ignored by the gallery, had a 65,
six under par. Bies matched the
figure late in the day.
The group at 66, five under
and two back of the surprise
leader, included J. C. Snead,
Hubert Green, Mike Hill, David
Glenz and Andy North.
U.S. Open champion Lou Gra-
ham headed a large group at
67 as this friendly little layout,
as """ I a 170 ta A _ e

tremely low scores.
Johnny Miller, experimenting
with a changed swing, had to
birdie two of his last three holes
for a 69 and was tied at that
figure with Gary Player and
Stockton.
"I threw away about three
strokes, but I'm pretty happy
with the way I finished," said
Miller, the record-setting sen-
sation of the early season.
"I started hooking the ball
before going to the Masters, and
almost won it. You have to
hook the ball there. I guess I
was so happy with the hook I
stayed with it" he said

Eight colleges form new
basketball conference
CHICAGO (AS-Officials of eight major colleges adopted
a constitution for a new basketball league yesterday, to be
known as the Eastern Independent Collegiate Basketball
League (EICBL).
Schools involved are Duquesne, George Washington, Mass-
achusetts, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, Villanova and
West Virginia.
The schools' athletic directors, here for the National
Collegiate Athletic Association meetings, agreed to begin
league play during the 1976-77 season.
The EISBL will be divided into two divisions, with George
Washington, Massachusetts, Rutgers and Villanova in the
Eastern section and Duquesne, Penn State, Pitt and West
Virginia in the West.

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