TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1IoS
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Busy Day Takes Place in Golf World
Locke, Hogan, Panton Lead
First Round of British Open
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Burkemo, Torza Gain Finals
In PGA Championship Play
Bobby Locke, Ben Hogan and
Scotsman John Panton were the
big show yesterday in the open-
ing qualifying round of the British
Open golf tournament over two
wind-swept Carnoustie courses.
Locke, the defending champion
from South Africa, set a course
record at Burnside, with a 65,
where Hogan fired a 70-one un-
der the unofficial par.
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ON THE TOUGHER Champion-
ship course, Panton came in late
in the day with a 35-34--69, best
ever recorded in official competi-.
tion at Carnoustie.
Championship course is 7,200
yard with an unofficial par 72,
while Burnside is 6,398 yards
with an unofficial par 71. Due
to changing- wind and weather
conditions, there is no official
par listed at Carnoustie.
Players who shot qualifying
rounds at Burnside move over to
Championship today while those
who played Championship drop by.
Burnside in today's 18-hole quali-
AFTER TODAY'S second quali-
fying round the field is cut to the
low 100 for the tournament proper
starting tomorrow on the Cham-
The Pickups 25, Hayden 3.
Senior Medics 4, Phi Delta Phi-
Daves Boy 10, Psychology 8
Fletcher 5, Hipsdale 4 (8 inns.)
pionship course.There will be 18
holes tomorrow and Thursday,
and the field will be halved to 50,
with the 36-hole finale Friday.
This illustrious tournament--
most important in England or
Scotland in a score of years-
produced some other excellent
None of the field played the
gusty winds any better than Locke
from Johannesburg, Hogan of Ft.
Worth, Tex., and the Scot, Pan-
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HOGAN, U. S. Open champion
who is playing here for the first
time, was two under par for the
first nine and was driving and
putting excellently. He didn't fare
so well on the income nine when
he carded a 38. Some of his putts
missed by inches.
Locke, out in 33, got a red hat
32 coming in. Magnificent put-
ting and fine chopping were the
South African's best weapons.
Other low scores on the Burn-
side course included Max Faulkner
of Britain, 34-34-68; Flory Van
Donck, Belgium, 33-36---69; Harry
Bradshaw, Britain, 34-36-70, John
Anderson, Britain, 35-35-70, Dai
Rees, Britain, 35-35-70, and J. B.
Ado, La Boulie, France, 37-34-71.
* * *
ANTANIO CERDA of Argentina,
scored a solid par 36-36-72 on the
Lloyd Mangrum of Niles, Ill.,
and Los Angeles blew himself to
a 40-38-78 on the Championship
THE BABE PLAYS AGAIN - Mrs. Mildred (Babe) Zaharias,
queen of the golfers who recently was operated upon for a malig-
nancy, blasts from a trap on a golf course at Tampa, Fla., where
she played seven holes in a practice session.
Giant Rookie, Making Debut,
I.lanks Phils with Two Hits
pair of tenacious young battlers
of the links-pug-nosed Walter
Burkemo, who doesn't know when
he's beaten, and vest-pocket Felice
Torza, an original 100-1 shot, rang
up last ditch semifinal victories
yesterday and they'll play for the
35th PGA Golf Championship.
Burkemo, the pride of nearby
Franklin, Mich., fought from be-
hind three times to eliminate
Claude Harmon, the classy home
pro of Mamaroneck, N. Y., one
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HE SANK A 15-foot birdie putt
on the final hole afterHarmon,
gambling boldly, had hit his sec-
ond shot into the creek fronting
the green and then was forced to
take a penalty stroke.
Torza-dubbed the "toy tiger"
because of his frail 135-pound
frame and flaming spirit-out-
lasted a magnificent comeback
by 45-year-old Jack Isaacs of the
Langley Air Base in Virginia to
win an overtime struggle on the
On the par three 175-yard third
extra hole, Isaacs drove deep into
the rough to the right and-chipped
short, the ball rolling back an
inch from the trap. Torza from St.
Charles, Ill., nailed his tee shot 13
feet from the pin for his winning
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THIS PAIR of comparative
youngsters as the top pros go--
Torza is 33 and Burkemo is 34-
play 36-holes today, starting at 10
a.m. (CDT) for professional golf's
top prize, $5,000 in cash and an
automatic berth on the U. S. Ryder
A partisan gallery of 7,000
tromped over the 6,465-yard,
par 71 Birmingham country club
course to watch their pinup boy,
Burkemo, stage one of the great
comebacks of this or any other
Three down with 11 holes to
play, the bull-shouldered Burkemo
went on a terrific putting spree
sinking four long birdie putts to
tie the match at the 29th.
Torza, a New Englander who
now is employed at St. Charles,
took the lead at the first hole and
held on although he saw the game
Isaacs wipe out a four-hole lead
on the final nine of the afternoon.
The 37th hole, the first extra
one, was halved in birdies and the
second, a par four, in pars.
Ex- W olverines
Excel at Net
Several former Michigan tennis
stars made the headlines again
last weekend while competing in
the Michigan State closed net
tourney at Kalamazoo..
Andy Paton and Bill Mikulich,
Wolverines who won the Big Ten
doubles championship a few years
back, took the state title in their
favorite event by defeating an-
other pair of erstwhile Michigan
products, Dick Lincoln and Hal
Cool. The scores were 6-1, 6-4.
Bob Dixon, ex-Michigan tennis
coach, reached the finals in sin-
gles play before bowing to Stan
Drobac, this year's number one
Big Ten champ from Michigan
State, 1-6, 6-4, 6-0. Paton also
reached the singles semis before
losing to Drobac, 6-4, 6-4.
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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK -- Rookie right-
hander Allan Worthington made a
brilliant major league debut yes-
terday pitching a two-hit shutout
as the New York Giants defeated
Philadelphia, 6-0, to ruin Phillies'
Manager Steve O'Neill's 62nid
Two-out doubles by Forrest Bur-
gess in the fifth inning and John-
ny Wyrostek in the ninth spoiled
Worthington's bid for a no-hitter.
from Nashville last winter and re-
called from Minneapolis last Fri-
day, turned in a masterful exhi-
bition, striking out six batters and
walking four, one intentionally.
The Giants rapped Phil pitch-
er Bob Miller and two succes-
sors for 15 hits but were not able
to score until the sixth, when
they got their first run.
CUBS 7, REDLEGS 6
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enth inning single scored Frankie
Baumholtz with what proved the
winning run yesterday as the Chi-
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Ailie Reynolds and Johnny Sain of
New York . . . Satchel Paige of St.
Louis . . . Billy Pierce of Chicago.
Those are Casey Stengel's pitch,.
ing selections, announced yester-
day, for the annual All-Star base-i
ball game in Cincinnati July 14.
STENGEL is the American
League manager by virtue of his
position as pilot of the defending
pennant winners, the New York
He also released through
American League headquarters
yesterday supporting players for
the starting lineup chosen by
fans in the country-side poll
which ended at midnight Friday.
The eight ballot winners are;
Mickey Vernon, Washington, first
base; Billy Goodman, Boston, sec-
ond base; Al Rosen, Cleveland,
third base; Chico Carrasquel, Chi-
cago, shortstop; Gus Zernial, Phil-
adelphia, left field; Mickey Mantle,
New York, center field; Hank Bau-
er, New York, right field; and'
Yogi Berra, New York, catcher.
* * *
THE Brooklyn Dodgers' mana.g-
er, Charley Dressen, will announce
today his National League pitch-
ing choices and supporting players
for the fans' lineup.
Rounding out his 25-man
squad for the All-Star game,
Stengel named the following
players to back the starting
eight men who must play a min-
ium of three innings:
Infielders --Ferris Fain, Chica-
go; Nelson Fox, Chicago; Bill Hun-
ter, St. Louis; George Kell, Bos-
ton; Harvey Kuenn, Detroit;
Johnny Mize, New York; Phil Riz-
zuto, New York; Eddie Robinson,
Outfielders-Larry Doby, Cleve-
land; Minnie Minoso, Chicago.
Catcher-Sam White, Boston.
* * *
STENGEL didn't indicate which
of his six pitching choices would
start the game.
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