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Saturday, August 16, 1975
Green,
By The Associated Press
WETHERSFIELD, Conn.-Hubert Green, who
may be called away from the golf tournament
at any moment to be with his wife for the birth
of their first child, birdied the final hole for a
65 and a tie with Don Bies for the lead after
yesterday's second round of the $200,000 Greater
Hartford Open.
"She knows my position," Greene said of his
wife, Judi, after his six-under-par effort on the
6,598-yard Wethesfield Country Club course. "If
she wants me, she'll call, and I'll go."
Green, a four-time winner last season but in
a slump most of this year, and the veteran
Bies put together two-round totals of 131, 11
under par after two trips over the cozy layout
that often yields some of the lowest scores of
the season.
Bies, 37, who has yet to win in nine years on
the tour, had a second-round 66.
Three strokes back were U.S. Open champion
Lou Graham, J.C. Snead and Larry Nelson, tied
for third at 134. Graham had another 67, Nelson

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Bieslead
shot 66 and Snead had a 68 in the mild, hazy
weather.
Tom Shaw and Andy North were at 135, seven
under and four back. North had a 69 and Shaw
a 67.
Johnny Miller and defending champion Dave
Stockton were in a group at 136. Stockton and
Miller each shot second-round 67s.
"It was a good round," Miller said. "I drove
it straight and I hit my irons straight. It was
kinda nice to see the ball go straight for a
change."
Lee Trevino rallied with a 65, including 30 on
his first nine, and was at 137 after an opening 72.
"Some days you tee it up and it just ain't
there," Trevino said. "Then the next day you
go out and you're playing as good as you ever
did."
South African Gary Player shot a 68 and was
at 137.
Jack Nicklaus, winner of the PGA National
Championship last week ,and Arnold Palmer are
not competing.

Hartford

Bryant 'lied' player claims;
ex-Buckeye 'hated' Woody

By The Assneiated Press
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Ala-
bama football Coach Paul Bry-
ant said yesterday that the case
of eight disciplined football
players is closed as far as he
is concerned.
Bryant commented after hear-
ing of published reports that All-
American defensive end Leroy
Cook - one of those disciplined
- had accused him of lying to
the players.
"I'm not going to have any-
thing to say," Bryant added.
COOK said in an interview in
the Atlanta Journal that Bry-
ant had told the players he
would not publicize the matter.
"He lied to us," Cook said.
"I don't think the same of the
man after that."
Cook and seven other pntyers
were named by Bryant as be-
ing disciplined for what he cal-
led conduct last spring detri-

mental to having a winning foot-
ball program.
He said there were more peo-
ple involved than just those who
were punished, adding, "I don't
think everybody is getting equal
treatment."
"I'M NOT mad because I'm
being punished," Cook said. "I
am mad because Coach Bryant
made it public. I don't have the
same respect for him now that
I used to."
Bryant said Wednesd; y that
Cook and five other players were
on probation but still n the
team. He said two others were
nsuended from the team.
Three of the eight tad been
arrested on marijuana charges
last spring.
Lova ble. Woody
FULLERTON, Calif. - I'ear
,,r latted ot Coach :vo ^ d y
Haves permeated Ohio State

practice sessions, says D o u g
France, a star offensive line-
man for Hayes.
"You became very wary of
Woody at practice," said the ar-
ticulate first-round draft choice
of the Los Angeles Rams. "He
let you know about every single
mistake you made. You e&ways
felt his presence.
"YOU THREW a bad tlock,
said to yourself, 'Oh, Lord.' and
then there was Woody harking
at you a second later.
"You left his practices with
scars on your helmets. There
were alwavs wars. The helmets
were proof of that. You left
practice and you wanted to get
as far away as nossible from
Woody and football.
"Really, we hated him. But
we didn't l that hatred ge; in
the way of winning tbbl1
games. What he happens to be
is a very successful football
coach."

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