T-ESDAY, JUNE 21, 1966
THE 'MIDI IGAN DAILY
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Monday through Friday, 12 Noon to 2 P.M.
By The Associated Press,
SAN FRANCISCO-Bill Casper
struck back with birdie putts of
25 and 35 feet and moved coldly
through the wreckage of another
monstrous blowup by Arnold Pal-
mer yesterday for a four-stroke
victory in the 18-hole playoff for
the 66th National Open Golf
Casper fired a one-under 69
over the 6,719-yard, par 70 Olym-
pic Lake course while Palmer,
shaken and almost glassy-eyed
because of the collapse of his
game, struggled in with a 73.
The 34-year-old Casper cli-
maxed his dramatic comeback by
lacing an approach shot to within
31/2 feet and then sinking one putt
for a birdie on the final hole.
Lightning Strikes Twice
It was a case of blowup striking
twice for Palmer, the game's lead-
ing all-time money winner, who
saw an imposing seven-stroke lead
with nine holes to play go up in
the smoke of bogeys in Sunday's
This enabled Casper to tie for
t the title at 278 and force Palmer
into his third playoff in five years.
Arnie lost to Jack Nicklaus in
1962 and he finished third behind
Julius Boros and Jacky Cupit at
Brookline, Mass., in 1963.
Golf historians called Palmer's
collapse Sunday the greatest in
the annals of the game, and it
was almost duplicated on this
bright, sunny day before a gallery
Two-up through nine holes and
playing superbly, Palmer hit a
patch of bogeys, starting at the
11th and four in the space of six
holes. He was a punch-drunk
beaten warrior when he trudged
up to the final green.
Casper, rated the sport's most
dangerous putter, contributed to
Palmer's slide by knocking in a
25-foot putt on the 11th hole
where he levelled the match and
rolling in a monster of 35 feet at
the 12th where he began moving
ahead. Arnie's collapse was em-
phasized on the 604-yard 16th
hole where he took a double bogey
7 while Casper, three-putting, set-
tled for a fat 6.
On the 16th, Palmer drove into
the right rough, hit his second
only 20 yards, had to play into the
fairway and then threw his ap-
proach into a trap. He blasted out
to within eight feet and missed
his putt. Casper reached the
green in three but three-putted
from 25 feet, missing from 3 /2
Casper lost a stroke at the 17th,
where he bogeyed, but he steeled
himself for a magnificent fin-
ishing birdie on the 337-yard 18th,
with its gun-barrel fairway wind-
ing through a tunnel of trees be-
neath a hillside of fans.
ROOM FOR MAN in nice SE area home.
Call 663-8244 after 5 p.m. and week-
HOUSE FOR RENT--2nd half of sum-
mer. 3 bdrms., completely furnished.
2-5 men. Reasonable. Near campus.
Call 761-7571. C37
4TH MAN WANTED for luxurious apt.,
Huron Towers, Fall term, $60. Please
write Ted Boeldt, 14903 Glastonbury,
Detroit 48223. C35
ROOMS FOR RENT-Excellent singles
and doubles, available now in all-
graduate house, 3 blocks from cam-
pus. Phone 663-5930 anytime. C36
2 FEMALE ROOMMATES WANTED FOR
FALL to share mod. 4-man apt. at
S.U. and Washtenaw. Call Sydney,
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at 342-4659. C22
$5.00 PER WEED. ROOMS for Men.
Grads preferred. TV lounge. Coke
machine. Phone Mgr, evenings, 668-
FALL-For 2, 3, 4, or 5. Mod. fur'n.,
air-cond., baconies, quiet. Call 665-
418 E. Washington, WASHINGTON
MANOR. On Campus, ;x block from
State. Mod. 'Burn. 1 bdrm. Suitable
for 3 students. Air-cond., sound proof-
ing, and many extras. NO 8-6906. U13
HELP WANTED-College girl to baby
sit in exchange for room and board.
Call 663-9202 anytime. H26
WANTED - Young lady, help mother
care for 4 children, age 2-10, live in
option. Call 665-5917. H27
COLLEGE STUDENTS-Part time eve-
ning work at Ypsi-Arbor Lanes as pin
jumper. Apply in the evening. H33
$1 FOR 1 HR. Register Voters. Call 663-
SALESMAN to start June 1st. Profes-
sional opportunity, married, 22-30,
Bachelor's degree. Phone 453-4030 for
Position avail, for computer program-
mer to work on FORTRAN, UMAP,
and IBM 360 coding and data man-
agement. AB degree and 1 year exp.;
math 473 or equiv. exp. Full or half
time. Call 764-2115 to make appt. for
By The Associate&Press
WIMBLEDON, England - Aus-
tralia's Roy Emerson opened de-
fense of his Wimbledon tennis
title yesterday by crushing Can-
ada's Harry Fauquier 6-0, 6-1,
6-2, in a first round match.
The lean Queenslander, winner
of the championship the last two
years, seeks to become the first
man to take it three straight times
since England's Fred Perry ac-
complished the feat in 1934, 1935,
Loser Fauquier played college
tennisrat Michigan and was team
captain and number one singles
player in his senior year. He is
also a member of Canada's Davis
Cliff Richey, ranked No. 3 in
the United States but unseeded at
Wimbledon, romped through two
sets and then ran into some stiff
resistance from Britain's Graham
Richey, from Dallas, Tex., fin-
ally won 6-4, 6-2, 3-6, 15-13, but
not without moments of anxiety in
the long fourth set.
Top U.S. Seeds Win
Eighth-seeded Clark Graebner
of Beachwood, Calif., relied mainly
on his own big serves and his op-
ponent's erratic tennis in beating
Martin Mulligan of Australia, 6-4,
Dennis Ralston, the top United
States player from Bakersfield,
Calif., overcame service troubles
to defeat Robert Lutz, his prac-
tice partner in the Los Angeles
club, 7-5, 6-2, 3-6, 6-4.
Ralston actually double-faulted
four times in a row to drop his
service to love in the third set.
FOR SALE-1964 Volkswagen. Spotless.
Has everything. $1250. Cali after 5,
5-BEDROOM LAKE FRONT HOME at
Lakelands Golf and Country Club.
Call owner, Brighton 229-4664. B3
Tuesdays and Thursdays
From 4:30-6:30 in the Wrestling Room
of the IM Bldg. Beginners can receive
instruction, and Belt Holders can
GIRL WANTS to share apt, with other
girl(s) for Fall and Winter semester.
Box R, c/o Daily, 420 Maynard St. F19
FREE AIR-COND. Girl needed to share
spacious 2 bdrm. 4-man. Term IIIB.
Call 663-5663. F17
Done by electrolysis. Information avail-
able through U. Hospital Derm. Clinic.
GOING TO THE BEACH?
TAKE ALONG FOOD FROM...
Open 9 a.m. to Midnight
GERMAN STUDENT wants American
roommate. Please notice at main
desk, Mich. Union for W. Wagner. P18
WANTED-1 male roommate for Fall
and Winter terms to share 6 room
house near North Campus. Call 761-
6234, between 6-7. F20
Please report to me how things are
going. I'm curious,
Finance Mgr. F21
NEED 2 ROOMMATES to sublet large
comfortable 4-man apt. for IIIB. Call
668-6310. 809 Hill. F16
WANTED--Man to share apt., Fall-
Winter term. $57.50 monthly. Call
Battle Creek collect, 962-0804, Mark.
TV RENTALS -- Lowest student rates.
Call Hi Fi Studio, 663-7242. 121 W.
Washington St. Free Delivery. "r
ANN ARBOR'S best buy on a diamond
engagement ring. Check it! Austin
Diamond, 1209 S. University. 663-7151.
RENT Your TV from NEJAC
Zenith 19-in, all channel portables for
only $10 per month. FREE service and
delivery, Phone 662-5671. F
HEY HANDSOME - It's all beautiful
outside and you're not here. J'ai 'air
EVER PLAY JACKS WHILE WORKING?
WE DO. Come in and see for yourself.
Join us in a game, or as a staff mem-
ber. The Michigan Daily. F18
PORCHE, 1965 Red, 356c., Tuned muf-
fler, headrests, Metzler tires, Becher
AM-FM, excellent cond. $3200 or call
Univ. Motel, 665-6141 on Monday. Dan
Galvin, leave name and number. N10
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
SAVE $8 to $10
On all new HONDAs during HONDA of
Ann Arbor's Summer Sales Festival.
Buy or order now at the home of the
nicest people since 1963, 3000 Packard
Rd., 665-9281. Z10
'65 YAMAHA, 250cc, 5 speed, luggage
rack, w/helmet. $450, will bargain.
Call 761-0736 bet. 5-7 p.m. Z9
'61 ZUNDAPP, 250 cc. 75 mph. 2-
stroke. $285. Call Ray, after 5 p.m.,
HONDA 300, 1963. $300 or best offer.
Call 761-4360 after 6, ask for Joe. Z8
HONDA 160, late 1965. Excellent. Best
offer over $510. NO 5-6949. Z4
1965 HONDA C100. Helmet, 650 miles,
excellent. NO 5-9468. Z42
HONDA C-100, only 416 miles. Stored all
winter. NO 3-9623. Z24
NORTH CAMPUS RIDERS-Can't hold
it in the corners? Back wheel hang
out too far in the slides? Full selec-
tion of Knobby tires, competition
components, racing fuels at HONDA
of Ann Arbor, 3000 Packard Rd., 665-
Home of the nicest comp. riders
since 1963. Z
150cc LAMBRETTA scooter, windshield,
spare tire, running well. Call 6-8
p.m., 665-2128. Z48
FOR SALE-1964 Yamaha 80. Only 2100
miles. Excellent condition. Call 761-
STUDENT RENTAL SERVICE
AIR-COND.-3-MAN, 2 bdrm. apt. NEW.
Balcony, dishwasher, disposal, bar,
parking, campus, reasonable. Call 761-
1922 or 663-6753. U32
In a Charter Realty Apartment
designed with the summer tenant
in mind. Call Mr. Schram at 665-
8825 for information on these 1-5
person apartments. U23
LARGEST APT. on Campus. Available
June 23. 3 bedrooms, air-cond., 4-6-
man. 1335 S. Univ. Inexpensive. Call
3% ROOM APT., completely furn. Close
to campus. 914 Sybil. 663-8409. U17
LARGE 2-MAN APT. (4 rms.), com-
pletely furnished, air-cond., disposal,
2 blks. from campus, very reasonable
price. Call 665-2669. U22
LARGE MOD. 4-man apt. for 2nd half
of summer. Air-cond. 1% blocks from
campus. 761-7464. U18
For second half of the summer. Excel-
lent location - right behind South
Quad. For one or two men. Must get
rid of-cheap. Call 761-7982 between
5 and 7 p.m. or between 11 and 12:30
in evening. U21
HE STUDENT RENTAL Service is
once again accepting applications for
the second summer term. If you have
an apt. to rent or are looking for
a place to stay, come into our office
at 1217 S. Univ. Open daily 10 to 5.
HEATED SWIMMING POOL
Many other extras
MODEL APT. OPEN
536 S. Forest
10-6, Every Day
ON-CAMPUS AND SUMMER
A great opportunity for aggressive
college students to earn a high in-
come distributing material to college
campuses all over the United States.
Combine summer travel with large
profits, or work part-time on your
own campus. Fall jobs are also avail-
able. Contact: Collegiate-Dept. D, 27
East 22 St.. New York. N.Y. 10010.
NICHOLSON M/C SALES
Authorized dealer for TRIUMPH-
YAMAHA - BMW - GILERA. 2241
First. Phone 662-7409.
- 410 OBSERVATORY-Need 2 Girls to
E. share 4-man. Air-conditioned. $35/mo.
Z 761-2738. - U11
By The Associated Press "We beat Minnesota, the second-
OMAHA, Neb. - Ohio State's place team."
Big Ten champions, led by the Five Buckeyes were named to
hitting and fielding of Ricky Copp, the All-Tournament Team. Be-
Bo Rein and Russ Nagelson whip- sides Arlin the four honored
ped Oklahoma State 8-2 for their players were Rein; first-baseman
first NCAA Baseball Champion- Nagelson, who hit .400 in the
ship Saturday night. series; outfielder Ray Shoup; and
Steve Arlin, named the Out- catcher Chuck Brinkman, who
standing Player of this 20th tour- batted .450 in the tourney.
ney, made his fifth appearance in
six games by pitching the ninth
inning.U L lk
Nagelson hammered two triples
and drove in two runs. Copp had
three hits and made two finesn d IC A A 1
stops at third base. Rein had two 'tI
excellent catches in left field, one
a tumbling grab against the fence
in the third inning on Ron Mc- BY The Associated Press
Cord's drive. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Big
Ohio State's NCAA baseball Randy Matson of Texas A&M and
champs made believers out of tiny Gerry Lindgren of Washing-
Oklahoma State and Southern ton State were double winners in
California. Marty Karow, their record-smashing fashion while
white-haired coach, says the Big UCLA walked off with the team
Ten Conference also should be crown at the NCAA Track and
convinced by now. Field Meet closed Saturday.
"This ought to prove we're the Matson, world champion shot-
best in the Big Ten, too, despite putter, shattered the NCAA dis-
those nine rained-out games they cus record with a 197-0 toss.
were griping about," Karow said. Lindgren romped to a meet 3-mile
___r__gr____ng__b___,___r__s_ .record of 13:33.7 in the final pro-
gram in which UCLA set a 440
Matson won the shotput Friday
with an NCAA record of 67-11/2
Reed Sim ouds toss, well below his world mark
In Thursday's opening event,
Nign Contracts Lindgren won the 6-mile handily
but failed in a record try.
Michigan diamondmen B o b In all, four NCAA records were
Reed and Chan Simonds have established and one tied. A
signed contracts with Detroit whopping total of 10 individual
Tigers' farm clubs. champions were dethroned.
Reed, Michigan's pitching ace UCLA, producing new cham-
who had one year of eligibility pions in high hurdler Ron Cope-
remaining, signed with Mont- land, 220 winner Tom Jones and
gomery of the Southern League; the 440 and mile relay events,
and Simonds, a hot-fielding first- amassed a winning total of 81
baseman, is contracted to States- points.
ville of the Western Carolina Michigan thinclads entered in
League. the meet failed to score in their
Reed set a Michigan record events. Cecil Norde was scratched
with nine victories this year and in the 880-yard run and Rick
set a Big Ten season's victory Hunt failed to qualify for the fi-
mark by recording wins in the nals in the high Jump. George
Wolverines' first six conference Canamare was an automatic fi-
tilts, nalist in the pole vault but failed
Simonds led the team in triples, to clear 15'0" and did not place in
runs batted in, and slugging per- the top six. Shot putter Jack
centage in his third year for Mich- Harvey had a toss of 56'3%/4", good
igan. He drove in 24 runs and for 10th place but failed to make
compiled a slugging average of the six-man finals.
Pasarell came back refreshed and
overpowered his opponent with
booming serves and volleys.
The UCLA team of Pasarell and
Ian Crookendon upset top-seeded
Smith and Tom Edlefsen of
Southern California 10-8, 6-4. k
The third round of the tourney
marked the elimination of all
Wolverines from the tourney. In
singles Ed Waits and Karl Hed-
rick advanced to the third round,
but Waits was upended by Frank'
Timan of Miami, 6-2, 6-1, and-
Hedrick was downed by Mickey
Shade of Miami, 6-3, 3-6, 6-2.
In doubles the Wolverine duo of_
Hedrick and Jerry Stewart won
their first two contests but were
eliminated by Stanford's Jimi
Beste and Brian Leck, 6-4, 3-6, 6-1.
At Le Mans
By The Associated Press
LE MANS, France-Bruce Mc-
Laren and Chris Amon of New
Zealand, driving a Ford Mark II,
won the Le Mans 24-hour endur-
ance race Sunday in a computer-
made finish that even had the
officials shaking their heads.
Everyone in the crowd thought
Ken Miles of Hollywood, Calif.,
and Dennis Hulme of New Zea-
land had won in an identical car.
Miles and Hulme were getting
ready to mount a platform to re-
ceive victory bouquets from Henry
Ford II when the decision was
reversed and McLaren and Amon
were given the victory, in which
records were set for distance and
The confusion almost obscured
an impressive prestige victory for
Ford racers in their third appear-
ance at Le Mans. What had been
heralded as a duel between Ford
and Ferrari - with the Ferrari
favored-collapsed after about 10
hours of racing.
608 MONROE-Large apt. for 2-3-4 and
5 students. Avail, for fall occupancy.
Air-cond, covered parking. Finest
furnishings are but a few of the
desirable features of our bldg.
Still a few apts. available for summer.
NOW LEASING FOR FALL
NEW AND OLD BUILDINGS
Efficiences, 1 & 2 Bedroom
Patrick J. Pulte Inc.
SATURDAYS 9-5--NO 2-8244
ONE MAN-TWO MAN-COUPLES
Tastefully furnished new apartments
with concrete walls and ceilings
to insure quiet and privacy.
Phone: 662-7961 afternoons & evenings
1 FEMALE GRAD, student seeks room-
mate for Fall semester. Call Maddie,
Luxury 2-bedroom apt. with new fur-
nishings, wall-to-wall carpeting, dis-
posal, off-street parking; for fall.
Also other modern furnished 1, 2 and
3-man apts. in campus and hospital
locations, immediate and fall.
Multi-Million Dollar Company hiring
for part time sales work. Earnings in
excess of $3.00 per hour. This is not
pots-knives-books or any of that door
to door nonsense. This company is
expanding all across the nation, con-
sequently this could be more than
just a part time job for the right
person. If you're 20, have use of a car,
and are bondable write William D.
Nichols, 3372 Washtenaw Ave., Ann
FULL OR PART TIME, all training
furnished, work any hours available.
Call NO 2-6274. H31
$6 for Rh positive; $7, $10 and $12 for
Ph negative. Hours: Mon. thru Thurs.
9-4; Fri. 1-7. 18-21 years old need
parent's permission. 483-1894,
Detroit Blood Service
404 W. Michigan
RIDERS WANTED to Chicago, leave
Thurs. night, return Sun. Call NO 3-
The X-6 HUSTLER
with 12 mo. or 12,000 mile warranty,
means the most in RELIABILITY.
(See the NEW Sport 150, too) at
SUZUKI Cycle Center
NURSES want 3rd female roommate.
Phone 665-5022 after 4 p.m. F44
APT. FOR RENT-July 1st thru, Aug.
1005 Packard. Call 483-0500, ext. 294
(from 8 'til 4:30). U16
521 WALNUT -- Large furnished room
for male. Summer $35. NO 8-6906. U14
REDUCED-Campus-hosp. area. Stidio
rooms and suites for men or womnen.
Very attractively decorated and furn.
Some panelled. House, refrigerator
and phone. Leases thru June or Aug.
$7 to $10 a week. 665-0925 or 662-7992.
Has Genuine LEVi's Galore!
"White," and 5 Colors
For "Guys and Gals"
761-4018 eves. & Sun.
NEW, completely furnished, close-in
apartments. Available for 2-4 persons.
Office: 545 Church St.
SPECIAL GUITAR SALE
Now in stock
GOYA and GIBSON CLASSICS
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE. INC.
512 Wiliam (Maynard House)
BANJOS, GUITARS, AND BONGOS
A-1 New and Used Instruments
Rental Purchase Plan
PAUL'S MUSICAL REPAIR
119 W. Washington
SLINGERLAND Drums, Bass, tom,
snare, high hat and ride cymbals.
$200 (will accept more if offered).
663-4877, ask for Rob; call late. X25
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND-Lady's watch. Call 668-6844 to
LOST-Bulova gold watch with gold
band. In a library during finals. Call
Bud, 764-0562. A30
LOST-Brown and white Beagle, female.
Answers to name Heidi. Choke chain
collar. Call HU 2-8700, ext. 605 days;
665-0939 evenings. Ask for Mrs. Blair
FOR SALE-One television and one
new ping pong table with equipment.
Call 662-1859. B4
DATING is more enjoyable with
THE RIGHT PERSON
IBM Computer AND personal
interviews help us arrange
DATES YOU'LL REALLY ENJOY
Call 662-4867, write 216 S. State
for free brochure or interview
Done by electrolysis. Information avail-
able through U. Hospital Derm. Clinic.
ANY MOTH HOLES, tears or burns in
your clothes? We'll reweave them like
new. WEAVE-BAC SHOP, 224 Arcade.
IN THE NICKELS ARCADE
240 Nickels Arcade
Your number for QUICK, ACCURATE;
AND EXPERIENCED manuscript and
thesis typing, transcription-medi-
cal, legal, and technical conferences;
mimeography; offset; ditto; litho-
graphy; varityping and composition.
AA PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
156 BUICK-Good shape and working
condition. Must sell. $125. 665-2809.,
Also '64 Ford Fairlane, exc. cond. N14
'58 MGA, sharp condition, must sell.
Call GL 3-3958. N13
'59 TRIUMPH TR-3--Wire wheels, Tor-
rneau cover, etc. Selinger, 764-3446 or
WANTED-2 male roommates for IIIB
to share 6 room house near N. Cam-
pus. $30/mo, Call 761-6234, between
2ND HALF, Univ. Towers, 1 man need-
ed. Swimming pool, air-cond., etc.
$30/mo. Call 761-3546. U24
CHARTER HOUSE APT.-6-man, air-
cond., 2 bathrooms, 3 bdrms. 663-
2 GRAD WOMEN need 3rd to share 2
bdrm. mod. apt., air-cond. 2nd session.
Call between 5-7, 761-0726. U26
MOD. EFFICIENCY apt. 1 or 2 man.
IIIB. 761-3909. 808 Oakland, No. 208.
Summer Apt. Modern, air-cond. Very
cheap. Need one man. Call 665-5970
GIRL TO SHARE 2 bdrm. Island Dr.
apt. Air-cond., pool, parking fac.,:etc.
$70 per mo. 663-9181 after 5. U3
IIIB SUBLET - Large, modern 2-man
apt. Reasonable. Call665-6949. U30
WANTED-One girl for largest, closest
2-man apt. on campus. Call 761-1922.
For Gals and Guys
Open Mon. & Fri. Nights
122 E. Washington
LEVI'S STA-PREST PANTS
Never Needs Ironing
1215 South U.
MIAMI, Fla.--Charles Pasarell,
a Davis Cupper from UCLA, came
from behind Saturday and de-
feated Stan Smith of Southern
California to win the NCAA Ten-
nis Championship 6-4, 3-6, 2-6,
Trailing at the intermission,
afternoons and evenings
MODERN 2 BDRM. APTS.
Leasing for Fall and Summer Sublets
Call 662-7961, afternoons
W L Pet.
Baltimore 42 22 .656
Detroit 38 23 .623
Cleveland 37 23 .617
California 35 31 .530
Minnesota 30 32 .484
Chicago 30 32 .484
New York 26 33 .441
Washington 28 38 .424
Kansas City 25 38 .397
Boston 22 41 .349
Chicago 3, Kansas City I
washington 4, Cleveland 2
California 5, Minnesota 3
only games scheduled
Minnesota at California (0
Chicago at Kansas City (n)
Detroit at Washington (ni)
Baltimore at New York (2, t-n)
Cleveland at Boston (n)
W L Pet.
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For complete student and faculty banking needs see Ann
Arbor Bank. Specialcheck checking accounts, travelers checks,
foreign exchange, letters 'of credit, and four campus offices
are just a few reasons why Ann Arbor dank should be your
bank. Stop in at any Ann Arbor Bank office and get acquaint-
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