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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, January 20, 1972

i-'age ~lx THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, January 20, 1972

Trevino named AP's
Male Athlete of 1971

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NEW YORK (P) - Lee Tre-
vino, a professional golfer whose
style is as unorthodox as his
success is stunning, was se-
lected yesterday as the Male
Athlete of the Year by The As-
sociated Press.
Trevino won six tournaments
during 1971 including the Unit-
ed States, Canadian and British
Opens within four weeks. He won
over $227,000 to finish second
to Jack Nicklaus on the Pro-
fessional Golfers Association
money winners' list and was
voted PGA Player of the Year.
Trevino received 118 votes in
the nationwide balloting of
sportswriters and sportscasters.
Baseball players Roberto Cle-
mente of the Pittsburgh Pirates
and Joe Torre of the St. Louis
Cardinals, both of the National
League, tied for second with 31
votes, while Kareem Abdul-
Jabbar of the Milwaukee Bucks
of the National Basketball As-
sociation received 24 votes.
Others in the balloting includ-
ed Vida Blue, Oakland A's, 17;
Pat Matzdorf, high jumper, 14;
Phil Esposito, Boston Bruins,
National Hockey League and
Ed Marinaro, Cornell football
player, 13; Nicklaus, 9; and
Pat Sullivan, Auburn football
player, 7.
His flat swing, which was
once laughed at, is now familiar
and feared on the PGA tour. In
any tournament the one-time
pitch-and-putt assistant pro is
in, he is one of the automatic
favorites.
His first break came when he
became an assistant pro at the
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Horizon Hills Country Club, El
Paso, course in Texas. In 1967 he
traveled to the U.S. Open at
Baltusrol, N.J., and won $6,000
for a fifth-place finish. He won
it all in the 1967 Open in Ro-
chester, N.Y.
Many of the gallery regulars
at golf -tournaments find Tre-
vino more than unusual. He
doesn't appear to be concen-
trating on his shots. He makes
conversation with his admirers.
He predicts where his shots will
drop and does not appear to be
affected by the silence that sur-
rounds many tension-torn op
ponents.
Several times he has donated
part of his tournament winnings
to hospitals and children's
homes, saying he feels he is be-
ing watched over and feels he
should repay the favor in what-
ever way he can.
Trevino began his four weeks
of wonder June 21 when he de-
feated Jack Nicklaus in a sud-
den-death playoff for the U.S.
Open title on the Merion Coun-
try Club course in Ardmore,
Pa. Both finished the 72 regu-
lation holes tied at. 280. But
Trevino shot a two-under-par 68
to Nicklaus' 71 for the cham-
pionship.
The next week he went to
Canada and took that national
title with little opposition. His
hot streak continued as he
played the Royal Birkdale course
in England, but he faced a
tough, wirey opponent in Hiang
Huan Lu of Taiwan.
A strong lead after the third
round faded and Trevino found
the popular "Mr. Lu" close. But
Trevino rallied to pull out a
one stroke victory 278-279, de-
spite a double bogey seven on
the 17th hole.
After the victory he donated
$4,800 to the Southport Or-
phanage.
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