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Rose Blooms, Palmer Departs at Masters

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Rose Blooms, Palmer Departs at Masters

Rose Blooms, Palmer Departs at Masters

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The Masters, one of golf's most fabled tournaments, heads toward a Sunday finish at Augusta, Ga. Legend Arnold Palmer bowed out Saturday after making his 50th appearance. A young British star, Justin Rose, led the tournament after two rounds. Hear Linda Wertheimer and Chicago Sun-Times sports columnist Ron Rapoport.

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