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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Mighty Mouw Captains Golfe

By GARY WINER
Acting Associate Sports Editor
Golf Captain Gary Mouw
showed up for practice one day in
a pair of dirty levis and a sloppy
shirt and that's all Coach Bert
Katzenmeyer needed-he dubbed
him "Grubby."
"He just came one day looking
kind of sloppy, so I had to nick-
name him that," Katzenmeyer
mused. "No one else calls him that
and he's usually pretty neat, so
maybe it doesn't apply anymore."
Whoever advocates that ath-
letes have to be big to be good had
better check with Mouw on that

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point. The slightly chunky senior
letterman stands about 5'6" and
might remind someone of a fifth
string guard on the football team
rather than the tenth-place fin-
isher in last year's Big Ten golf
meet.
No Real Problem
Mouw has been a consistent 70's
shooter for several years now, but
he admits that the only time his
stature hurts him to any extent is
in a 36-hole grind in one day. "In
those long matches, I start get-
ting tired after a while because I
really have to put everything I've
got into my tee shots," Mouw ex-

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We'd like to say some nice things
about America's young adult drivers

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plained. "Along about the back
nine of the second round, I start
feeling the strain.
'It's really funny, though," he
smiled," because sometimes I'm in
competition and just about when
I think I'm ready to give out,
something will come along and
snap me right back into the
groove.'
Works in Summer
Strangely enough, Mouw doesn't
get a chance to play much golf in
the off-season. "I'm usually work-
ing during the summer, so it's dif-
ficult to play much then," he re-
marked.
As a matter of fact, he hasn't
entered a national tournament
since entering college. "I usually
take time off to play the Michigan
Open and the Michigan State
Amateur, but as for the National
Open qualifiers and some of the
national amateur matches, I just
don't have the opportunity to
compete."
In his sophomore year at Mich-
igan, Mouw was the fourth low-
est amateur in the Michigan Open
when it was held at the Flint
Atlas Valley Country Club. But
the most productive tournament
for -him was that same summer in
the Porter Cup Invitational at
Niagara Falls.
Hired Hand
Mouw failed to reveal where he
placed in the tournament, but
that really doesn't matter now,
because the gentleman with whom
he played has hired Gary begin-
ning next fall as a trainee for in-
dustrial sales in his tool and die
firm in Rochester, New York.
Although this year's golf team
[as only won one conference
match, Mouw was a bit optimis-
tic about the future. "I know we

And we think we've got good reason! Last January, we selected
twenty 18- and 19-year-old young men and women through the
Junior Achievement program to drive our team of Chevrolets in
the Mobil Economy Run, April 3-9. It was the first time any
company had relied entirely on drivers with limited experience in
this exacting competition.
We brought these young Then, on April 3, they set off
adults-most of them college on the Run, 3,243 miles from
students, some from the busi- Los Angeles to New York.
ness world-to Arcadia, We were going against the
California, in late February. grain. It takes high profi-
For six weeks, our expert ciency to win the Mobil
teachers trained them in the Economy Run. Competition
skills of economy driving. is tough. Why did we rely

on drivers with such limited
experience?
Chevrolet wanted to give
the Chevy Teen Team a
chance to prove in front of,
the nation that they and the
6.5 million licensed drivers in
their age bracket are safe,
sane people behind the wheel.
We felt the Run offered a
splendid chance.
The Corvair, Chevy Is,
Chevelles and Chevrolets
driven by the Chevy Teen

Team in the Mobil Economy
Run did remarkably well
compared ,with the class
winners in overall miles-per-
gallon figures. The final
results are a tribute to the
high degree of driving skill
displayed by the Chevy Teen
Team representing the youth
of America.
No wonder we're proud of
America's young adult
drivers. We couldn't have a
better reason.

GARY MOUW

The Cars Everyone Can Drive Economically

have as much potential on our
team as anyone else in the Big
Ten this year, but we just haven't
been able to put it together yet.
This team is going to reach it's
peak, eventually, and if it comes
during the championship meet,
then we stand a real good chance
of being right up there," he re-
marked.
Unlike the major contact sports,
golf does not afford its captain
the opportunity to rally the team
to a victory. Mouw explained, "I
think the captain should just try
to be as personable with everyone
as possible. You don't have to be
a great leader in this sport, but I
think you should be relaxed with
people and try to help some of
the guys with their games when
they need it."

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