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Thursday. July 10, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Eleven

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Sports of the Dallyl Oosterhuis leads
By The Associated Press British Open by one
Pacers ink Chippew a CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (TP)- though he had a bogey on the a hill, was six feet short and
The Indiana Pacers bolstered their front line Wednesday with Peter Oosterhuis tamed the 18th, he had enough reserve to missed from there.
the signing of Dan Roundfield, a 6-foot-8, 210-pound forward from tough last holes of Carnoustie keep him in the lead.
Central Michigan who was their to choice in this year's American Wednesday and edged one AT THlE 18th, his second shot
Casetal Aschianhplayerraft.syr'stroke ahead of Jack Nicklaus, NICKLAUS, at one stage five landed in a bunker. He blasted
Basketball Association player draft. Hale Irwin and three other riv- under par, bogeyed the 16th out to eight feet from the cup
The Pacers' forward strength has been questionable because als after the first round of the and 18th, ending an incredible and missed again.
superstar George McGinnis' efforts to sign with the National British Open golf championship. back-nine charge that included "I thoueht that putt would
Basketball Association. The 27-year-old Briton shot a a 40-foot eagle nutt on the 14th. break left, and it went
Roundfield, 22, was the second-round choice of the Cleveland four - under - par 68. Irwin eot past Nos. 16 and 17 in straight," Nicklaus lamented.

Cavaliers of the NBA.
Quarterback's nightmare
For years professional football players have turned to pro-
fessional wrestling to earn extra money in the off-season. How-
ever. "Andre the Giant" Ronssinoff may reverse the sequence.
Ronssinoff a 7-5. 444-noind behemoth who has earned $256,000
in his first year on the U.S. wrestling circuit has opened dis-
ossions on the Dossibility of a pro football career with the
Washington Redskins of the National Football League.
"We arn interest d," said Tim Tenerario nersonnel director
of the Redskins. "It would take him a long while to get
ready, bit I understand he is quick and has the agility to be a
def-nsive end or tackle.
"We're always looking for someone to rash the passer," the
team official said.
Po-ssinoff. 29. was born in Grenoble, France and worked on
His father's farm. as a piano mover and as a trsck driver before
t-rninq to wrestling.

NECK and neck j.st one
stroke behind were Nicklaus,
he""ily favored to win a third
British 'ron- Trnivi. who reln-
n'jished his IS. (Sonn title nly
three weeks son A'p- +e-ohan
Jnrk Newtn So th African
And'ion nnethin o, an"' Rriton
55"it 55"ish.
The notoriously difficit Car-
nonstie links. 7.065 vnrds which
nl v to nr .36-36-72, were in a
.iot nod with senrelv a
hroanth ofwind. 711t t ' at
th- honlsr the fn.irios lPced
with tl'ob ,rr ,,h,, lrn, ht
mno+..f'-lt. -rtn O', .+.. lra,e
Oosterhais was the only one
at the I'n lna ent."-s-Lirs to
,rli. to of th-n n m ter-
elr th ltvriu sn-I 1?th anti n-

ree',lation nlnv bt went into a
bnker and sniled his round
with a boeev on 18.
Oosterhuis was runner-up to
Gare Plnver of South Africa in
lst vaar's British Open at Ly-
thuon St. Annes.
Plaver, who also was snared
by n howev on No. 18, got off to
a hod start in defense of his
title1 H finished the first round
with a 75. three 'ewr nar. More
tan 60 of the 153 players did
better.
. u atv N T V - F V It
is ne'uer a had score in the
tl*," cnamninnchin." he said.
"T'ht5is criffirlt co 1r e.
' ano.,a-,..l sr,,t a 75 11
+ihe Onon - hre T dtd, last
Nicklat's, who won the Mas-
ters in Anril but was stonned
by the U.S. Open in his bid for
a Grand Slam of golf, made a
snectacular comeback after
three - putting for a double bo-
gey six on the second hole.
le started his charge by
sinking a 35-foot birdie putt at
the fourth and added another
birdie on the 524-yard sixth,
rated by many as the toughest
hole of the course, and reached
the turn in par 36.
COMING HOME, he sank an
eight - footer for a birdie on the
11th. canned one from 30 feet
for birdies on the 12th, rolled in
the 40-footer for an eagle-three
at the 14th, and got another
birdie at the 65th with a putt
from 12 feet.
At that point Nicklaus was
five under par and threatening
to oust Oosterhuis from the
lead. But then the last holes hit
him.
At the 16th, he putted up over

Two more Americans, Alan
Tapie and Danny Edwards,
shot 70s, two strokes behind
()osterhuis, alone with Simon
Hobdav of n hdesia and Paul
Leonard of Treland.
Edwards, shot an eagle three
at the 478-vard 12th, birdied the
14th and was five under par.
Then he anme to erief on the
last three holes, with a bogey
at each one.
rAWRC.I BRNS. a U. S.
Walker Cn star who turned
nrofeninal nine davs aeo. was
mmnnon the early nacemakers.
No trned nt three ""t1er nar
-ftear hontini, hirris at the
e+t... o'..ci-anda erth.
toinina Rrns at 71 were
taonn, Wtlar Pnr sti Tom
W-+enn -,'5 .T n SIshnffeuu.
Lou Graham, the new U. S.
Onen champion, finished with
73-
Lee Trevino, fit again after
being struck by lightning on the
golf course at Chicago two
weeks ago, returned to tourna-
ment piay with a round of 76.
Sandra Haynie is the first
Ladies PGA member to win
two 1975 tour events. She took
the Naples-Lely and Charity
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444 - pound Andre Roussi-
noff hoists tiny (6-1,185)
Joe Theisman onto one of
his gargantuan shoulders.
A professional wrestler,
Roussinoff may tryout as a
defensive tackle or end for
the Washington Redskins.
Theisman appears appre-
hensive, knowing that if
"Andre the Giant" makes
the team he will play op-
posite him in practice.
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