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Walker seizes Texas Open lead
Jimmy Walker lines up a putt on the eighth hole during round two of the Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio AT&T Oaks Course on March 27, 2015 in San Antonio, TexasLocal favorite Jimmy Walker fired a five-under-par 67 to take a one-stroke lead at the halfway stage of the US PGA Tour's Texas Open. Walker's six-under-par total of 138 put him one in front of overnight leader Charley Hoffman, who posted an even-par 72 and was joined on 139 by Australian Aaron Baddeley, who shot a 71. It was a further stroke back to another Texan, Jordan Spieth, who carded a 69 and was tied on 140 with Kevin Na, who shot a 68. Walker, pleased to be playing in front of family and friends, took advantage of improved weather to grab two birdies in his first five holes before his only bogey of the day, at the par-four 17th.

Minnesota college cancels baseball season following hazing probe
(Reuters) - St. Olaf College in Minnesota has canceled the remainder of its baseball season following an investigation of hazing committed by players on the team, education officials said on Friday. The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, a NCAA Division III league comprised of 13 private undergraduate colleges in the state, said in a statement that St. Olaf President David Anderson made the announcement on Friday. "The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is saddened by the events that led to the cancellation of the St. Olaf College baseball season, but commends the institution's administration for its swift and decisive action," MIAC Executive Director Dan McKane said in the statement. Representatives for St. Olaf, the Northfield liberal arts school some 40 miles (64 km) south of Minneapolis, could not be immediately reached on Friday night.

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Greece, Yemen keeps European stocks jittery
Europe's main stock markets closed mixed, with London's benchmark FTSE 100 index ending the day down 0.58 percent at 6,855.02 pointsEurope's main stock markets diverged Friday as dealers awaited news on a deal over Greece's finances next week, while also tracking unrest in Yemen. London's benchmark FTSE 100 index ended the day down 0.58 percent at 6,855.02 points. "On Friday, shares in Europe extended the recovery started a day earlier as concerns over the situation in Yemen eased but are nevertheless still looking at one of the worst weeks of 2015," said analyst Jasper Lawler at CMC Markets.

French consumer confidence hits five-year high
The new figures in France show households feel more optimistic about their personal financial situations and living standards, with consumer spending also on the riseFrench consumer confidence has hit a five-year high, the Insee statistics agency said on Friday, signalling that households feel more optimistic about the country's growth. The composite indicator -- which measures the view taken by households of the economic situation -- gained one point and reached 93 this month, its highest value since November 2010. French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said the latest data showed that growth could pick up quicker than expected. Nevertheless the new figures show that French households feel more optimistic about their personal financial situations and living standards, with consumer spending also on the rise.
   

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