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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY. JULY 4804

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almer Wins

Western Playoff

CHICAGO (M) - Arnold Palmeri

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ok a one-stroke lead despite a
ogey four on the 17th hole and
feld on grimly to defeat U.S.
)pen champion Julius Boros in a
hree-man, 18-hole playoff for the
11,000 top prize in the.Western
)pen Golf Tournament yesterday.

Boros and Palmer both missed
birdie putts on the par five 18th
and Nicklaus, who by then was
out of contention, blew to a bogey
six.
Palmer missed a seven-footer on
the 18th and Boros stood five feet
away from a tie. He also missed
and Palmer added his second
Western Open title to a long string
of tournament championships.
A fine short approach game
gave Palmer a three-stroke ad-
vantage at the nine-hole turn and
his closing 1-under-par 70, barely
shaded Boros, who staged a fur-
ious, but vain railly on the final
nine to finish with a par 71 Nick-
laus, finishing with bogeys on the
final two holes, posted a 73.
This pressured showdown
among golf's top three money
winners came after they ended
regular play Sunday deadlocked
at four-under-par 280. Nicklaus
has earned $79,590 and Boros
$69,996 for the year.
Spilt Money
Palmer now has won six tour-
naments this year for official
earnings of $96,955. Boros and
Nicklaus, by previous agreement,
split the second and third money
and earned $4,450 each.
In the recent U.S. Open, Boros
won a playoff from Palmer and
Jacky Cupit with a one-under-par
70. Cupit was three strokes back
with 73 and Palmer straggled in
with 76. The trio had tied after
the regular 72 at 293.
Palmer seemingly h a d the
Western playoff wrapped up after
10 holes when he stood four-un-
der-par, while Nicklaus was even
and Boros one over.
Hot Streak
However, Boros turned on the
pressure and bagged birdies on
three of the next four holes, while
Palmer missed a four-footer for
a bogey 5 on the 13th and led the
U.S. Open champ by only one
stroke after the 1 th.
Boros moved into a tie with
Palmer on the 464-yard 15th
when Arnie three-putted for a
bogey 5 and Boros salvaged a
par by sinking a six-footer.

As it turned out, Palmer backed
into his second Western Open
title. He won in 1961. Arnie now
has been involved in 16 playoffs
in his career and has an 11-5
record.
Bogey Doesn't Hurt
Despite a bogey 4 on the 205-
yard 17tn, Palmer moved back
into a one stroke lead as Boros
staggered to a double bogey 5,
missing his third putt from 18
inches. On the same hole, Nick-
laus three-putted from 10 feet for
his fourth bogey of the day.

On the climatic 18th hole--a
par 5 596-yard test-Boros missed
a five-foot birdie putt by inches.
That was the contest, as Palmer
also came up with a par 5, two-
putting from seven feet, to clinch
the top money.
The three players contributed
their 10 per cent share of the play-
off gate of an estimated crowd of
10,200 at Beverly Country Club's
par 36-35-71 layout to the West-
ern Golf Association's Evans
Scholarship Fund. The gift was
estimated in excess of $15,000.

Michigan's
Cricket Men
Drop Match
The University of Michigan
Cricket Club lost their first out-
ing of the year at Cleveland Sat-
urday, 124 to 119.
The match was a make-up con-
test for one that had been earlier
scheduled for Ann Arbor, Jut was
called off because of rain. High
scorer against the Cleveland club
was Amar Badhuri with 40 runs.

CLEAR THE DECK:
Ready Butts-Post Libel Suit

ATLANTA (P) - Records pro-
duced yesterday in Federal Court
showed that publishers of the Sat-
urday Evening Post paid $9000 to
five persons in connection with the
magazine's charge that the 1962
Georgia-Alabama football game
was rigged.
Copies of checks and requisi-
tions on Curtis Publishing Co.,
Post publishers, were produced at
a pre-trial hearing on the $10 mil-
lion libel suit filed against Curtis

MAJOR LEAGUE ROUNDUP:

Horlen Loses No-Hitter, Game in Ninth

JULIUS BOROS
rally not enough

By The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Don Lock's
two-run homer in the last of the
ninth inning, only the second hit
off Joel Horlen, gave the Wash-
ington Senators a 2-1 victory over
the Chicago White Sox last night.
Horlen, recalled from the minors
only last week, had a no-hitter un-
til Chuck Hinton bounced a scratch
single into center field with one
out in the ninth inning. One out
later, Locl connected for his 17th
homer
Horlen, a 25-year-old right-
hander with an 8-9 major league
record going into this season, had
experienced little difficulty with
the Senators going into the ninth.
There were no difficut fielding
chances made behind him and
only seven balls were hit to the
outfield.
Then Hinton and Lock combined
efforts and Horlen came away
with his third loss against five
victories. Ron Kline, working in
relief of starter Steve Ridzik, got
credit for the victory.
* * *
Mays Keeps Giants Going
SAN FRANCISCO-Willie Mays
smashed the winning home run for
the second straight game yester-
day, connecting with two on in the
fifth inning and -powering the San
Francisco Giants to their eighth
straight victory, 5-4 over the Pitts-
burgh Pirates.
Mays' homer, his 24th of the

season, also pushed the Giants into
sole possession of second place in
the National League by one-half
game over idle St. Louis Cardinals.
* * *
A's Shutout Yanks
NEW YORK-Dave Wickersham
pitched an eight hit shutout and
Kansas City defeated the New York
Yankees 5-0 yesterday on home
runs by Wayne Causey and Norm
Siebern.
It was only the third complete
game of the season for Wicker-
sham, who squared his record at
8-8 with his first career triumph
over the Yankees.
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Trade Haunts Tigers
BALTIMORE - Dick Brown
smacked a two-run homer with
two out in the last of the ninth
inning last night, carrying Balti-
more to a 271 victory over the De-
troit Tigers and ruining a brilliant
pitching performance by rookie
Mickey Lolich.
Robin Roberts pitched a two-
hitter for the Orioles and got the

victory on Brown's dramatic blow
which was only the third hit off
Lolich.
Brown, pinch hitting for Russ
Snyder, smashed the first pitch
from Lolich over the left field
fence and scored behind Bob Sav-
erine. It was only the second hom-
er this year for Brown.
With one out in the ninth, Al
Smith batted for Roberts and sin-
gled to left for the second hit off
Detroit's 22-year-old rookie left-
hander. Saverine then was insert-
ed as a pinch runner for Smith.
The only other hit off Lolich
was a two-out single by Bob John-
son in the fourth inning. Lolich
Angels Rout Indians
CLEVELAND - Los Angeles'
Dean Chance held Cleveland hit-
less for 6% innings and wound
up with a three-hitter as the An-
gels bombed the Indians 11-0 last
night with an eight-run third in-
ning featuring a grand slam hom-
er by Felix Torres.

Masters and PGA champion
Jack Nicklaus, who could have
pulled into a tie on the 17th with
a birdie putt, three-putted from
five feet on the "blowup" green
and finished three strokes behind
Palmer.
Boros also three-putted the 205-
yard, par three 17th after messing
up a chip shot out of the rough
tr a double-bogey five while
Palmer, coming out of a trap,
two-putted from 35 feet to take
his winning one-stroke lead over
Boros.

faced only 29 batters - two over
the minimum -- in suffering his
heartbreaking loss.
Homers Don't Help
BOSTON-The Boston Red Sox
piled up an early seven-run lead,
then hung on for a 7-5 victory
over Minnesota last night as the
Twins broke out in a flurry of
home runs.
The Twins drove starter Bill
Monbouquette out in the eighth on
a two-run homer by Vic Power
and a solo home run by Don Min-
cher after Earl Battey had hit his
21st of the season in the seventh.
But reliever Dick Radatz, mak-
ing his 44th appearance, shut off
the Twins the final 12/3 innings,
saving the decision for Monbou-
quette, who is now 14-7.
* * *
And Still Going
MILWAUKEE - Warren Spahn
won the 340th game of his major
league career last night, pitching
the Milwaukee Braves to an 8-2
victory over the Cincinnati Reds.
Home runs by Vada Pinson and
Frank Robinson produced the Cin-
cinnati runs.
Spahn yielded six hits in gain-
ing his 13th victory against five
defeats.
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by Wallace Butts, former athletic
director at Georgia.
Trial opens next Monday in U.S.
District Court. Botts sued the
magazine publishers on a charge
that the March 23 article ruined
his career.
- Bryant Later
The Post said that Butts and
coach Paul Bear Bryant of Ala-
bama rigged the football game.
The article said Butts gave vital.
pre-game data about the Georgia
team to Bryant. Both men have
denied the accupsations and have
filed suits.
Attorney William H. Schroder
Jr., representing Butts, filed nu-
merous documents which he said
would be offered in evidence at
the trial. These included the Cur-
tis checks and requisitions which
showed:
Payment of $2000 to writer
Frank Graham Jr., author of the
article.
Lucrative Phone Call
Two checks totaling $5000 paid
through an attorney to George P.
Burnett, Atlanta insurance sales-
man who said he heard Butts give
Georgia football information to
Bryant in a telephone conversa-
tion.
A $1000 check to Furman Bish-
Moss Passes
Scooter Test
LONDON (A- Stirling Moss,
Britain's crack auto racing driver,
passed a test to drive a motor
scooter yesterday-at his second
attempt.
Moss, now retired from racing
after a 100 miles per hour crash
a year ago, tried to pass the test
on his scooter afew weeks back
without success.

er, sports editor of the Atlanta
Journal. The publishing firm said
earlier Bisher was employed inde-
pendently to gather information.
Payment of $500 to Pierre How-
ard, Burnett's attorney,e"for se-
cret sports story."
Another $500 check to Milton
Flack, former associate of Bur-
nett. Flack has said he was paid
for not releasing information to
anyone other than the Post.
In a supplement to the answer
to the suit, Curtis attorney Wel-
born Cody admitted the Post had
a policy of "sophisticated muck-
raking," but he said this did not
mean the magazine used defama-
tory, lurid tactics charged by
Schroder.
WOLVERINE OPEN:
Whit-worth
B,reezes In
MOUNT CLEMENS (P)-Hard-
hitting Kathy Whitworth whacked
four strokes off par in a four-
hole span yesterday with two bird-
ies and an eagle to win the $8000
Wolverine Women's Open Golf
Championship.
The 23-year-old brunette from
Jal, N.M., a runner-up nine times
last season, shot a final round
three-under-par 62 for a 198 total
in the shortened 50-hole tourna-
ment. Betsy Rawls of Spartan-,
burg, S.C., was five strokes back
at .75-63-65-203 for second place.
The last two rounds were cut
to 16 holes each because of the
collapse . of a pedestrian bridge
into the Clinton River during Sat-
urday's play. The 16th and 17th
holes were cut off from the rest
of the course.

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Kansas City 5, New York 0
Baltimore 2, Detroit 1
Washington 2, Chicago 1
Los Angeles 11, Cleveland 0
Boston 7, Minnesota 5
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angeles at Cleveland (n)
Chicago at'Washington (n)
Detroit at Baltimore (n)
Kansas Citq at New York (n)
Minnesota at Boston (n)

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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
San Francisco 5, Pittsburgh 4
Milwaukee 8, Cincinnati 2
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (inc)
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Milwaukee (n)
Cincinnati at St. Louis (n)
Pittsburgh at Houston (n)
New York at Los Angeles (n)
Philadelphia at San Francisco (n)

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