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THE MICHIGAN DATLV

THE MICUWA lJI

TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1965

Player 7
ST. LOUIS OP') - Gary Player's
putter was a blade of destruction
yesterday and the little master
from Johannesburg carved out a
three-stroke victory over demoral-
ized Kel Nagle of Australiia and
became the first foreigner in 45
years to win the National Open
Golf Championship.
Player, deadly on the greens,
fired a one-over-par 71 and Nagle,
going from hardship to disaster,
shot 74 in the third Open playoff
in the last four years. They had
tied for the title Sunday at 282.
The triumph placed the nerve-
less, black-clad South African on
a pinnacle with immortals Gene
Sarazen and Ben Hogan as the
only men to complete a profes-
sional grand slam-- the Masters,
American PGA, U.S. and British
Opens-in their lifetime.
Other Titles
Player won the British in 1959,
the Masters in 1961 and the PGA
in 1962. -
"This is the realization of a
dream for me," the 29-year-old
mechanical man said afterward,
his brown eyes welling with traces
Competition
Two Ways
At NCAA's

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of tears. "I feel I have reached my
goal."
The playoff match, played in
sweltering heat before a small gal-
lery of 6,790 over the exasperat-
ingly long and tough Bellerive
Country Club course, was over al-
most before it started.
Flawless
Intent and almost flawless until
meaningless bogeys on the final
two holes, Player ran in consecu-
tive putts of 35 feet on the second
and third holes, sank a downhill
10-footer to save a par at the
sixth and hit the back of the cup
from 20 feet on the long eighth.
These were like sword wounds
to Nagle, a crusty, 44-year-old
former anti-tank gunner of World
War II, who three-putted two of
the first seven holes and caromed
two shots off spectators in taking
a double bogey 6 at the rugged
fifth.
He was almost glassy-eyed-a
beaten man-when he reached the
ninth, five shots down. He had a
six-foot putt for a birdie to reduce
the margin but, obviously shaken,
he missed.
Down Hill
Player was out in 33, Nagle in
38 and the back nine was all down
hill for the South African, who
played it safe, down the middle
and to the fat part of the greens.
The last invader to take this
blue ribbon of golf championships
was a paunchy Briton, Edward
Ted Ray, who won at Toledo's
Inverness in 1920. Ray at 43 be-
came the oldest ever to capture
the titles
The die appeared to have been
cast on the opening hole, a 435-
yard, par four downhill from the
sprawling brick club house. Both
were on the massive green to two,
but Nagle three-putted from 30
feet, missing a four-footer, to get
into a hole from which he never
recovered.
Long Putts
He electrified the gallery by
rolling in a 32-footer on top of
Gary's 35-footer at the second,
but Player repeated with mnother
35-footer at the third and Nagle
had no answer.

He undoubtedly was pressing
when he teed the ball up at the
fifth, a terrifying hole with a
pond 230 to 260 yards out at the
right with a fairway titled toward
the hazard.
Trying to avoid this, Nagle
hooked his tee shot into the crowd
jammed on a small knoll on the
left.
Hits Woman
The ball struck a woman spec-
tator, Alma Pearson of Milwau-
kee, on the head, ands she fell to
the ground.
When Nagle got to his ball,
lying in the thick Bermuda rough
on the side of the hill, the woman
was lying prone on the ground,
seemingly unconscious.
There was bedlam. Photograph-
ers were snapping flash bulbs.
Curious spectators were pressing
forward. U.S. Golf Association
officials, in blue arm bands, were
attempting to restore order.
"How is she? Is she all right?"
Nagle inquired.
"She's okay - go ahead and
shoot," someone replied.
Shaken
Nagle appeared to be shaking a
bit when he addressed the ball,
deep in the grass and with a side-
hill lie.
He ripped into the ball. The
ball veered to the left again,
striking another spectator, Mrs.
Carmen Barrea of Plainfield, N.J.,
on the ankle, and then dribbling
about 15 feet onto the fairway.
This was enough to stagger the
strongest man. Nagle played his
third into a gaping trap, blasted
out 35 feet short and took two
putts for a double bogey 6.
Women Okay
The two women were taken to
a nearby hospital. Authorities an-
nounced neither was hurt serious-
ly - Miss Pearson had a scalp
wound and Mrs. Berrea a swollen
ankle.
He three-putted the seventh,
missing from 18 inches, and went
five shots down when Player got
his 20-foot birdie putt on the 580-
yard eighth. When Nagle missed
the six-footer at the ninth, every-
body knew it was all over.

BERKELEY, Calif. (I)-Colleg-
ians aren't expected to jump the
NCAA fence to compete in the
Amnateur Athletic Union track and
field meet on Saturday and Sun-
day at San Diego.
That was the concensus at the
conclusion of the 44th annual
National Collegiate Athletic Asso-
ciation meet where juristdictional
pressure politics were mixed with
the track and field competition.f
You can bet undergraduates
from co-champions Southern Cal-
ifornia and Oregon won't compete
in the AAU unless the feud be-
tween the NCAA and AAU is
settled.
Set Records
Neither will Doug Brown, the
127-pound bundle of energetic
stamina from the University of
Montana who won both the six-
mile and three-mile races and set
the only two NCAA meet records
of this competition.
The NCAA lets it be known
that competition by an undergrad-
uate in a meet not sanctioned by
the U.S. Track and Field Federa-
tion will bring penalties of inelig-
ibility against athlete and school.
Coaches Vern Wolfe of USC and
Bill Bowerman of Oregon, whose
teams tied with 32 points, lowest
winning total since 1926 and only
first place deadlock on record,.
said their athletes will stay home.
Pole Vaulter
Southern California can thank
sophomore pole vaulter Bill Fos-
dick for its share of the title. Fos-
dick cleared 15-81/2 on his first
try at the height to win the first
place 10 points.
Brown and Clarence Robinson
of New Mexico were the only
double winners. Robinson won the
long, jump at 25-102 and the
triple jump at 50-2.
Six champions of 1964 tried to
defend their titles but only the
Cal relay team and St. John's7
half-miler Tom Farrell, 1:48.1,1
succeeded.
Michigan's two men, George
Canamare and Dan Hughes, failed
to get places. Canamare, unable
to clear 14-6, did not qualify for.
the finals in te pole vault. Hugh-
es qualified sixth best in the 880t
with a 1:51.7, but did not make1
the semifinals.

PERSONAL
LAKEVIEW SWIM CLUB, regular or
seasonal memberships, single or fam-
ily rates. HU 2-4481 between 10 a.m.
and 10 p.m. F13
ATTENTION BUSINESS STAFF JUN-
IOR MANAGERS-Let's get those re-
ports into Sue; that means all of
y'aill1 F14
KITTENS-If you would like one or
two, come to 1352 Wilmot, 5-6:30. F47
LOOKING FOR EXCITEMENT THIS
SUMMER? Fun & Games? Interesting
People? Then join The Michigan
Daily Business Staff. Stop in and ask
for Judy. F13
RENT YOUR TV from NEJAC
GE and Zenith portables for only $10
per month. FREE service and de-
livery. Phone 662-5671 NOW. F
AUSTIN DIAMOND-"The best buy on
an Engagement Ring in Ann Arbor."
1209 s. Univeisity, 663-7151.
Meet the Right Person
The purpose of our organization, using
established techniques of personality
appraisal and an IBM system, is to
introduce unmarried persons to others
with compatible backgrounds, inter-
ests and ideals. Interviews by ap-
point. Phone 662-4867.
MICHIGAN SCIENTIFIC
INTRODUCTION SERVICE
TERRY: You could have told us soon-
er. It's really nothing to be ashamed
of. Congratulations, anyway?! Fred,
& Sandy, Hon, Andy, Ron, Russ. F17
HELP WANTED
ASSISTANT COOK at country club.
Call Mrs. Vines, 665-6084 days, 663-
4743 evenings. H43
ATTRACTIVE FURN. room, rent free
to suitable woman, student or em-
ployed, in exchange for light duties.
663-4365 or 668-7292. H44
YOUNG Woman-Must truly love young
children to assist mother in home.
Summer 5 days 12-6, 20 hrs. in fall.
Call 665-8328. H39
SOME HOUSEHOLD help and babysit-
ting in exchange for room and board.
Pleasant home, walking distance from
campus. Call NO 2-5831. H21
BLOOD DONORS
URGENTLY NEEDED
$6aforiRh positive; $7 and $10 for Rh
negative. Hours: Mon. 9-4; Tues.,
9-4: Fri., 1-7. 18-21 years old need
parent's permission. Detroit Blood
Service, new location, 404 W. Mich-
igan. Ypsilanti, Mich. H29
These positions are currently being
listed with the CLEARING HOUSE
ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL
NURSES
ADMINISTRATIVE1
CLERICAL
662-6574, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. every day. No
fees as we are not an agency. H1
GRAD STUDENT desires summer em-
ployment in Philo or translation of
either German or French, 663-8866.
H45
PERSON FROM N. GERMANY( Prefer-
ably from Oldenberg, Bremen, Ham-
burg area) to engage in conversation
1 or 2 hours per day to aid exchange
student. $1.00/hr. Phone 668-7391.
H46
NEEDED GARAGE STATION ATTEND-
ANT, part or full time summer, win-
ter and fall. Apply Box 20, Michigan
Daily, 420 Maynard. No experience,
necessary. H47
TRANSPORTATION
NEED RIDE to and from Pittsfield vil-
lage to S. Univ. week days 8 a.m. and
5 p.m. 662-9221. G13
AVIS RENT A CAR
514 E. Washington
663-4156
special low weekend rates Friday
afternoon 'til Monday before noon.
G
RIDERS WANTED-Driving to Chicago
Friday afternoon and returning Sun-
day or Monday. Call Alan or Scott,
662-7241. 014

SUMMER SUBLET
NEED 1 GIRL for large mod. air-cond.
apt., cut rate $38.50 for term IIIB.
663-8409, 764-5402. 1100 Hill St. U12
2ND SESSION, for 2, 3 or 4. $75-$120.
Bargain summer apt. Call 668-8723,
665-8330. U3
1 ROOMMATE to room with 3 Negro
girls in furn., mod. 2 bdrm. apt. $40.
1341 Geddes. 761-0351.U11
FEMALE ROOMMATE, $45/month for
term IIIB. Dishwasher, air-cond. 663-
2253. U10
SUMMER SUBLET - Luxurious 4-man
apt., 2 bdrms., lie baths, air-cond.,
dishwasher, wall to wall carpeting.
FORVM. 662-1860. UI
I'M SPLITTING MAN
Rush yourself to this 4 bdrm., three
floored Brobdingnabian bungalow.
Verdant surroundings, new kitchen,
antique TV. $35-40.
Call Jane F., NO 2-3341
US
MALE ROOMMATE for term IIIB, air-
cond., Madison Ave. Apts. 663-8396.
U8
AIR-CONDITIONED, roomy, 4-man apt.
available for IIIB, closeto campus.
Call 662-5030. U10
MODERN 2 bdrm. apt., furn., TV, near
campus. 526 Packard, No. 202. 665-
7253. U50
CAMPUS APARTMENTS
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY & FALL
LEASING -TIFFANY II - Duplex,
townhouse, air -cond., luxuriously
furn., wall to wall carpeting. For
groups of 2, 3 or 4. Call btwn. 10 a.m.
and 2 pm., 663-8866. U3
906 PACKARD
3 man apt., nicely furn., avail. June
25-Aug. 25, rent negotiable. 665-2258.
U43
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for IIIB.
5-man, Forvm Apt. Call after 5:00
weekdays, 663-2085. U28
WANTED-One roommate (female) to
move into cool, interesting type
apartment located across the street
from East Quad. Call NO 2-8257 after
6:30 p m. and ask for Barb, Doree or
Rosalie. People who don't like kittens
need not apply. U22
WASHTENAW-SOUTH U.
3 bedroom apt. avail. July 1
4 men-$25 each
3 men-$30' each
2 men-$35 each
Call Ron, 761-2795
U21
415 E. HOOVER, apt., air cond., gbg
disp., July 1-Aug. 24. 663-1197, 11-3
p.m. U16
GIRL GRAD STUDENT wants help to
fill in apt. for iIIIB. Call 764-4822 af-
ter 6 p.m. U14
ROOMMATE for IIIB,7Ige 2bdrm apt
near campus. Call 761-2487. U13
FOR GRAD. MEN-efficiency rooms,
quiet. Inquire 917 Mary. U40
2 MALES NEEDED, $50 for all term
IIIB, 114 N. Thayer, 662-8186. U15

BIKES AND SCOOTERS
1963 HONDA 150, $300, good cond. Jim
NO 3-5595 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Z13
JOIN the fun world of HONDA. Econo-
my performance and dependability
from $253. See them at HONDA OF
ANN ARBOR, 3000 Packard Rd., 665-
9281. Z
SEE IT NOW-The '65 Yamaha with
the revolutionary new oil injection
system. No more fuss or muss.
NICHOLSON MOTOR SALES
223 S. First
NEW CARS
EUROPEAN CARS, INC.
NEW CARS AND SERVICE
506 E. Michigan, Ypsilanti
HU 2-2175
Washtenaw County's only
authorized V.W. Dealer
CAR ALL WORN OUT? - And you
can't afford a new one? How about
a brand new 1965 General Motors
OPEL demonstrator5that will cost less
than a lot of used cars? Opel carries
full G.M. warranty for 2 yrs.-24,000
miles, runs at least 30 miles on a
gallon of gas, carries tall 6-footers
and luggage with room to spare, and
never, never needs chassis lubrication.
Company policyforbids advertising
demonstrator prices but if you will
phone Mr. Ehnis at NO 2-6578 he will
provide full price informationand
details with courtesy. Ann Arbor
Buick, Inc. Vi
USED CARS
1958 CHEVROLET WAGON
Small V-8, automatic, power steering,
very clean. $375. Call Dale Jeffs, NO
2-5671 evenings. N27
1961 FALCON 4 door, automatic, $620.
Call Koya, 665-4727 or 764-9352. N29
FOR SALE
21" RCA USED T.V.
Table model with stand. Excellent
condition. Call 668-8723 or 665-8330.
B18
OLD ELM ANTIQUES for the discern-
ing collector. 723 Packard near State.
$17
FOR SALE - 1965 Austin-Healey 3000
MKIII. All extras. 10,000 miles. $3300;
or best offer, will sell immediately.
Call 665-2378 between 5:30-6:00. B5
BUY AND SELL THROUGH
The Clearing House
A listing service for privately
owned articles.
Austos, motorcycles, bikes, T.V.,
Hi-Fi's, furniture, cameras, etc.
PHONE 662-6574, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
MICROSCOPES, new and used medical,
student, research. Ben's Micro Optic
Center, 2980 Packard Rd. 668-6237. Bl6
AUSTIN HEALY 3000 eng., also many
other Austin Healy parts. NO 2-5291
after 6 p.m. B22
FOR SALE-1960 BSA Rocket. Excel-
condition. Best offer over $600. Call
Barry, days, 754-8396 or 764-7209. Nites
& week-ends, 665-6364. B21

FOR RENT
STUDIO APT for single woman in
sorority area. Community kitchen.
Rent $50. Call NO 2-6987. C42
521 WALNUT-Furn. room for girl only.
Avail. immediately. Summer $25; fall
$35. NO 8-6906. C41
ROOM FOR RENT-723 Packard near
State near everything. 'Quiet, clean
place to live & study for working
man or grad, hot shower, no cooking.
C40
CHARTER REALTY has a few select
luxury apartments for fall. 2-5 peo-
ple. Call 665-8825 for appointment to
see. C37
FOR RENT FOR FALL-New 1 and 2
bdrm. furn. apts. Call 665-8330 after 6.
3 BDRM. FURN. House, small back yard.
726 S. Division. Rent-$200 or best
offer. 662-7384. C24
AVAILABLE AUG. 15 & FOR SUMMER
SUBLET-Large 3 or 4 person apts.
Also large furn. rooms. NO 2-2197 or
NO 8-8601. C17
815 E. ANN
1 and 2 man furnished apts. available
immediately and for fall. One block
to campus and St. Joseph Hospital.
110 N. THAYER
2, 3, and 4 man, modern furnished
apts. for fal. Disposals, wall-to-wall
carpeting, etc. Less than one block
to campus.
Campus Management

HOUSES FOR SALE
HOMES FOR SALE by owners, listed
with The Clearing House. 662-6574,
9 a m. 9 p.m. every day. No commis-
sions on sales as we are not a broker.
Y
MARRIED STUDENTS, INSTRUCTORS,
Townehouse living offers you: A
brand new well designed home of
your own up to 4 bedrooms, all new
appliances, full basement in most,
low monthly payments, a chance to
build equity, a tax savings, just $195
moves you in. 3681 Platt Road, south
of Packard Road. Phone: 662-8131. C19
WANTED TO RENT
GARAGE WANTED - To rent, vicinity
Plymouth Rd. and Broadway, near
Brookside Apts. For one car. Write
Box 8, Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard
St., Ann Arbor. Ll
ROOM AND BOARD
LIVE IN A Fraternity next term. Only
$60 for entire 8 weeks. Call 663-1841.
E3
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
RENT A TRUCK
Pickups, panels, stakes, and vans.
59 Encorse Rd., Ypsilanti, Mich.
BUSINESS SERVICES
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears, or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them
like new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224
Arcade.
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, etc. Hahn's
Reweaving, 312 S. State. 665-0800.
CAMPUS OPTICIANS
located at 240 Nickels Arcade
Rapid frame replacement
Doctors Prescriptions Filled

662-9787

eves. & Sun. 663-9064

C22
Apartments Galore
FOR FALL-Married, 2, 3, or 4 person
apts. from $95 to $240. Campus' loca-

662-9116

tions, new and used buildings. c
sUmmer sublets also avail.
PATRICK J. PULTE, INC.
214 E. Huron
NO 5-9405
after 5 p~m., NO 3-1121

CheapI

9-5:30, Sat. 9-2

NFL Owners Grant
Franchise to Atlanta

C
418 E. WASHINGTON
On Campus-Half Block from Frieze
WASHINGTON
MANOR
NOW LEASING
FOR FALL, 1965
Apts. for 2 and 3 Men

665-8184
Your Number FOR QUICK, ACCURATE
AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
thesis typing, 'transcription-medical,
legal and technical \conferences;
mimeographing; offset; ditto; lithog-
raphy; varityping and composition.
AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
ASSOCIATES, INC.
334 Catherine St.
MUSICAL MDSE.,
RADIOS, REPAIRS
A-1 New and Used Instruments i
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington

NEW YORK MP)-The National
Football League staked its first
claim in the Deep South yester-
day, voting a franchise to Atlanta
for 1966 and apparently taking
the prized Dixie metropolis away
from the rival American Football
League.
In a unanimous vote, the 14
NFL clup owners approved-as ex-
pected - the initial step in the
league's second major expansion
project in five years.
"Our goal still is 16 teams in
1967," said an obviously pleased
Pete Rozelle, the NFL commission-
er. He added, however, that noth-
ing definite on further expansion
would be done until the league
meeting next February.
Condition
The NFL did not say which of
several interested Atlanta groups
would be given the new franchise.
But it did attach one proviso to
the awarding of the franchise:
Whoever gets it is in business only
if a lease on the city's new $18
million stadium is acquired.
This is nqt expected to be a
problem. Atlantans in general,
and the people who run the sta-
dium in particular, are known to
be anxious to get into the popular
and powerful NFL.

Rozelle said he had talked by
phone with Arthur Montgomery,
chairman of the Atlanta Stadium
Authority, and ,reported the At-
lantan as being "very happy" over
the NFL's vote.
'Elated'
The commissioner also said Gov.
Carl Sanders of Georgia "was
elated" over the prospect of hav-
ing an NFL team in his state.
The AFL acted first on Atlanta
when it awarded a franchise to
the Cox Broadcasting Corp. two
weeks ago for a record $7.5 mil-
lion, but its plan to put a club
into the Georgia capital developed
an immediate hitch.
Major League
Standings

ONE BEDROOM & STUDIO APART-
MENTS, LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED,
AIR CONDITIONED, BALCONIES,
SOUND-PROOF CONSTRUCTION.
FOR APPOINTMENT
CALL NO 8-6906

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NATIONAL LEAGUE
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xLos Angeles 42 25 .627
Milwaukee 34 25 .576
Cincinnati 36 27 .571
San Francisco 36 29 .563
Pittsburgh 33 31 .516
Philadelphia 32 32 .500
St. Louis 30 34 .469
Chicago 28 36 .438
Houston 29 40 .420
xNew York 22 44 .333
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Effective NOW
Regular Bus Service to Willow Run and Metro-
politan Airports will be increased to SEVEN ROUND
TRIPS DAILY. Busses will operate from bus stations
at Ann Arbor, Michigan Union, Arborland Shop-
ping Center, Ypsilanti Airport.
Fare: Ann Arbor to Willow Run $.95; to Metro
$1.75; Ypsilanti to Willow Run $.40; to Metro
$1.25
Call your local bus station or Travel Agent for
Additional Information.
SHORTWAY LINES, INC.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Houston 6, Philadelphia 2, night
New York at Los Angeles, night
Only games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Cincinnati, 2, twi-night
Chicago at Milwaukee, night ,
Pittsburgh at San Francisco, night
Philadelphia at Houston, night
New York at Los Angeles, night
AMERICAN LEAGUE
No games scheduled
TODAY'S GAMES
Los Angles at Detroit, night
Washington at Chicago, night
Minnesota at Cleveland, night
Boston at Baltimore, 2, twi-night
Kansas City at New York, 2,
twi-night

Welcome
Students
It's a Michigan tradition to have
your hair styled by our
tonsorial experts
AIR-CONDITIONED

RIDE WANTED. Anytime in July or
Aug. from Silver Springs, Md. to Det.
Call Lynne Tucker 662-3225 before
Sat. G15
RIDERS WANTED to Albany, N.Y. via
thruway. Call 662-8186 at 6:00 p.m.
016
LOST AND FOUND
REWARD - For the return of the
SIGMA CHI international sweetheart
trophy. Call 668-7597. A6
BARGAIN CORNER
SAM'S STORE
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LEVI'S SLIM-FITS-$4.25
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