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Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 22, 1963, Ironwood, Michigan Monday july 22, 1963. Ironwood daily Globe Ironwood Michigan Dallas tex., a big Jack Nicklaus at the tidy old age of 23 and after a spectacular Amateur career has added the professional golfers association title to his 1963 . Open championship and his 1963 masters Crown. It has left him Happy but hungry for More. Sure i m still hungry the Ohio her flyweight said after a sizzling 3-under-Par 68, capped by a title Iii Hing 30-foot Birdie putt on the 69th Hole had brought him from behind to the pea Crown by two strokes Over Dave Ragan and three Over Bruce Crampton and Dow Finsterwald. I m in this game As a competitor and 1 want to win every time-1 play. When i get to the stage where i m not hungry any More then i Don t see much Point in playing. I Don t think that time will come very i be still got plenty to learn about Golf Nicklaus emphasized. For one thing i be never Learned to get comfortable Over a in his rounds of 69-73-69-68-229 on the 7,046-Yard, Par 36-35-71 Dallas athletic club course Nick Laus used 134 putts which averages out to slightly More than 33 a round and about 14 More than Jack s Normal putting Pace. Although sub Par Golf turned up with More frequency in the third and fourth rounds Only Nicklaus at 279. Ragan at 281 after a closing 69, and Crampton and Dow Finsterwald at 282 after shooting 74 and 72 respectively were under Par. Willowy al Geiberger and Billy Maxwell matched it at 284 in a tic for fifth place. The other two members of the big three Gary player and Arnold Palmer had their troubles although player came Back in the stretch with two Good rounds and finished at 286. Palmer weary and woeful shot 74, 73.73, 73-a dude Fer s Pace for him and wound up Way Back at 293. The game s no. 1 Money Winner tied for 40th place and won $410. His bankroll dabbled up to $85,995 in official pea Money. Nicklaus with his $13,000 pot o Gold jumped into second ahead of . Open Champ Julius Boros with $75,140. Story of my Everest climb told by Michigan graduate editor s note the following Story is a first hand account of the recent american it. Everest expedition. The Story offered by the Ann Arbor news As another in the associated press Michigan member Exchange series is based on a personal interview with or. David Dingman a University of Michigan graduate. Or. Dingman was a member of the american Mountain climbing expedition. And he s a Comer Robert Lester Bob Bourne. 19, takes the cup As Ohio Amateur Champion. He Defeated 1960 Champ Dan Carmichael of Columbus in the 36-Hole final. Nea telephoto Mesa. Ariz., and Kirk Barrow san Francisco Drew heavies. Mexico City Antonio to sales 1211.4, Mexico out pointed Jose Jimenez 123%, Mexico 10. Panama Ismael Laguna 126, Panama stopped Don Johnson 125v4, los Angeles 3. Dallas a final scores and Money winnings of Michigan golfers in the 45th pea Golf championship Dave Hill Jackson $1,075 73-72-69-74-288 Bob Galajda Bloomfield Hills $200 72-72-76-81-301. John Barnum Belmont $175 73-73-78-77-304 Tom Watrous Birmingham s175 78-70-78-77-304 braves defeat dodgers twice Milwaukee a Sull owner of a six game Lead in the National league race los Angeles manager Walt Alston could afford to take in stride the dodgers loss sunday to the Milwaukee braves. They just out hit and out pitched Alston said after the braves treated their largest Home crowd of the season-28,534-to 7-2 and 13-7 Vic Loies Over the dodgers. I guess we had one of those the soft spoken dodger Pilot added with a slight Grin As he reflected on 17 victories in 20 previous outings this month. Actually Alston didst Sec too much of the action on the Field. He left the suffering to coach Leo Durocher and the rest of the cast and was dressed when the play Innis Man wins whole boxed silently int0 the club Detroit a Les Snow of Alston was ejected for direct Bloomington ill. Madej is debut i eng uncomplimentary remarks from the dugout to plate Umpire Tom Goman in the sixth inning Hank captures state Crown Jackson a Light heavyweight challenger Henry Hank of Detroit has a bit More evidence for his claim to a title fight with Champion Willie pastrami. Hank is now Michigan s Light heavy Champion having disposed of the former championed Zaremba of Jackson in a Workmanlike manner. The de Troiter won a unanimous judges decision in a 12-Mound bout before a crowd of about 4,000 fans at the Jackson county fair grounds saturday night. Hank scored the fight s Only Knockdown in taking the title from Zaremba. By James Stentzel. Ann Arbor news staff writer Ann Arbor a ten weeks ago or. David Dingman was taking oxygen to two americans 26, 000 feet up it. Everest. Driven Back by a severe storm he returned to the 24,800-foot level to find his fellow climbers within hours of death from pulmonary edema. Today Dingman leans Back in a comfortable chair in Ann Arbor and says. On the whole it was a very Happy to understand this movement from threatening death to Happy Relief is to understand the role Dingman. Played saving life and limb in the Himalayan mountains the past six months. Although Dingman did not personally conquer the Summit of it. Everest he played an important part in conquering mortal dangers which accompanied the first successful american expedition to the 29.028-foot Peak. The 27-year-old doctor a University of Michigan graduate 1 currently serving residency at a the i Baltimore md., Hospital is in Ann soccer fails to draw in Detroit results of fights by the associated press new York George Benton 162, Philadelphia out pointed Allen Thomas 16lvz, Chicago 10. Jackson Hank 174%, Detroit out pointed de Zaremba 172%, Jackson mich., 12. Phoenix Gonzalez in the Marc circuit sunday by winning the 100-mile new car race at the Michigan state Fairgrounds. Snow drove his 1962 Ford into the Lead on the 55th Lap lost the Lead on a pit Stop and regained it for Good on the 67th Lap. Dwight Parker of Detroit driving a 1963 Chevrolet was second. Keith plough of Indianapolis Mike Klapak of Warren Ohio and Paul Parks of Columbus All driving Fords followed Parker across the line. Marc Pointe Leader Jack Bow Sher of Springfield. Ohio blew an engine on the 73rd Lap. Of the first game which was delayed for 32 minutes at the Start because of rain. Then he got the thumb from Stan Landes for arguing a balk Call against starter Nick Willhite in the first inning the Bench As the braves swept their first doubleheader in nine tries this season. Despite the twin defeat the dodgers completed a Road trip with nine victories in 13 games. They headed Home for a nine game stand at dodger stadium where they have a 30-15 record this season. Don t miss these july sizzlers ii try this treat on your Barbecue first Cut la. Pork chops better Stock up at this Low Price Center Cut pork chops rein smoked Bont less no Goiri gyration canned picnics 1 to 119 Farmdale skinless All meat tender Juicy wieners ii 49c la. By Jerry Green associated press sports writer Detroit a big time International soccer the kind that packs 150,000-scat stadiums in Europe and South America has met with apathy in Michigan. This was proved again sunday night when the International soccer league played its second game this season at University of Detroit stadium. Gornik of Poland and Wiener of Austria played before a House of 7,321 fans the local promoters of the isl lost Money for the second time. The game won in exciting fashion by Gornik just did t lure the average american sports fan the kind that goes to the tigers Lions red wings or College football games. 11 seems to Appeal mostly to nationality groups. Most of sunday night s crowd came from the heavily populated polish american districts of Detroit and Ham track or from austrian and German groups. The first game Here last month Between English and German teams Drew even fewer fans isl promoters admit although the crowd first was announced at 10,-000. A later closer estimate was 6,000. The promoters say 10,000 fans or $20,000 in receipts is their break even Point. One official said his group in t sure yet if it d try to bring isl soccer Back to Detroit next year. The isl made up of teams from several european and latin american nations is in its fourth year of operation in the United states. The leagues originally operated Only in new York. But this year it branched out to Chicago Chie Opee mass., and Detroit. Arbor visiting his parents or mrs. Reed o. Dingman. He saved the life of Barry Prather. A 24-year-old climber from Ellensburg wash., who faced Cornin death May 1. Prather and Dingman were al Camp four 24.800 feel when they heard dial James Whittaker of Redmond wash., the first Man to reach the Summit and no Wang got by of Nepal a Sherpa native were in need of oxygen. When Prather said he did t feel Well that morning. 1 set out with two Sherpa leaving Barry in said Dingman. Before Long a High wind kicked up and one of the Sherpa got sick. We All were forced to turn Back. At. The Camp we found Barry with serious breathing difficulty and a very fast heart boat. His lungs wore filling with Prather had suffered pulmonary edema from the Strain on his heart at. That height. He probably could have survived Only a few More hours without medical attention. Dingman gave Prather oxygen and intravenous drugs including digitalis a heart stimulant. The timely action saved his life if bad weather had not forced our Retreat when it did we never would have found him in time he said. ? Dingman and Prather originally had set out to reach the Sun Mil of it. Lhotse 27,923-foot sister Peak to Everest when they received the Call for oxygen on Everest. Three weeks later on May 22, Dingman had another trying experience when he realized that Luther Jerstad of Tacoma wash., and Barry Bishop of Washington d.c., were in trouble above Camp six 27.300 feet. Plans were that Jerstad and Bishop were to reach the Summit and return May 30 and that Dingham and his Sherpa companion Girmai. Were to go to the Summit and return May 23. Jerstad and Bishop did not return when darkness settled Over the Range and what had been a scheduled assault of the world s highest Peak suddenly became an unscheduled Rescue operation. Already Short of priceless oxygen supplies Dingman and Germi dug their tent nut of the Snow and began climbing the treacherous slopes. This was a real hair raising experience. It was pitch Black and the Only Light we had was Starlight. The slope was Steep and we had a lot of close Calls on Loose Rock. We came frighteningly close to death a number of times that night Dingman said a i Don t care Bow Jovial be seems Averell keep your Back to the Wall Suburbia is Battleground for biggest freeway fight so far if the 10-Milc route is selected is i eight cities Southfield Hunting tons Woods Oak Park pleasant by Richard Pyle Lansing a Suburbia the Battleground for the biggest freeway fight in the history of Ison lights and Hazel Park Highway conscious Michigan. I will be involved. The Highway department is if t1fico no goes on la Milc. Marshalling its forces to face the i n would involve seven cities As stiff Cal opposition yet since free Lepni Jln Irupe Village and ways began to stretch across the Urban and Rural landscape. And in South Oakland county the Battle lines arc being drawn with cities suddenly on opposite Issue is simple yet Complex establishment of a route for the new $115 million East West freeway 1-696 which eventually will link 1-96 at Wixom to the Northern end of the Ford freeway 1-94 in Macomb county. For years this Highway has been in the planning stages. But the fight is just now beginning to warm up since Highway department engineers in a meeting with officials from the affected cities last month produced a series of proposed alternative routes. The department asked the cities to agree on one route or another by the end of the year. Under this timetable condom-1 nation could get underway by Procai effective thru wed. July 24 still time to get your Handyman Book and or Garden encyclopedia plus extra Scampi at red owl As we approached the 25,5001 ig66t construction by 1967, and the foot level we heard Jerstad and freeway could be open for Busi Ness As scheduled in 1972 surprised to hear about his retiring Detroit a Detroit lion defensive Star Carl Brit Schneider Learned saturday that he had retired much to his Surprise. The announcement of the eight season Veteran s retirement was made by lion coach George Wilson. Brit Schneider denied the retirement. It seems there had Ben an Exchange of letters Between Brett Schneider and Wilson with Brett saying he could t come to practice for opening Day july 28 due to business problems and Wilson answering that this would Cost him s100 a Day now at their flavorful Best red Ripe luscious Large Basket mow Ai Pineir Avoir i i plums coastal Frozen concentrated lemonade 6-69e r regular or Pink makes 24 ounce Harvest Queen grape drink $100 4 32-Ei. Cant the kids love this Sava valuables a Green Stamps sum raid powdered drink mix 1025c assorted flavors Bishop shouting. We climbed 200 More feet shouting As we went. When they did t answer i was sure they had died of exposure or ? he and Girmai returned to Camp six where they slept. Then with four bottles of oxygen and some Tea they set out hoping to find Jerstad and Bishop but expecting to find two bodies. Dingman found William in sold of Corvallis ore., and or. Thomas Hornbein of san Diego calif., before he found Jerstad and Bishop. Unsoeld and Hornbein who had come up the previously in climbed West Ridge and met Jerstad and Bishop at the Summit refused Dingman s oxygen saying that the other two farther up needed it More. Setting out for Jerstad and Bishop again Dingman was successful this time. He found them lying on a Snow ledge. Their faces had begun to turn Blue from being 17 hours without oxygen. He gave hem Small quantities of oxygen and Lea so that they could descend safely to canal six. ,. Apparently Jerstad and Bish had lost their Way in the dark Ness in addition to running out of oxygen near the Peak he said. They bivouacked at 28,000 feet the highest known bivouac from which men have survived. Their were badly Dingman was one of 18 americans selected by Swiss born Leader Norman g. Dyhrenfurth from 150 candidates for the expedition. He estimates the expedition Cost $400,000. Dingman is not disappointed he five different routes were proposed but they boil Down basically to Only two 10-mile Road or 11-mile Road with variations. Whichever is selected there will be trouble. By settling on either route the department will be wiping out hundreds of Homes demolishing lax bases and altering the face of neighbourhoods. Berkley included in Ferndale Hazel Park and pleasant Ridge included Mil. Michigan s Homo Rule act bars the stale from condemning land without the City s consent and at first glance it looks like this might stall the 1-696 freeway once and for All. But like All interstate highways it will be a defense route and built with Federal Money. Condemnation proceedings would go to Federal court. Highway department officials say simply thai the freeway will be built. But they emphasize that they do not intend to use Federal condemnation proceedings As a threat. Interest in the freeway route is such thai the daily Tribune the Royal Oak paper which serves i the entire South Oakland area devoted two full inside pages to detailed maps of the various proposals. These same maps have been sent to the various cily Halls by Highway department officials who arc asking each cily to meet with them and talk Over lie plans. The first meeting already is set for aug. In pleasant Ridge. Child rescued after nine hours in Vyater new Orleans a let s have another so said Christy Marline 3, who was rescued sunday after she had been lashed for nine hours in Tho Bow of a swamped boat in Lako inn Chartrain. But this time not in the water she said As she rested in a Hospital Here. She and a Catholic Pricil the Rev. Anatole Haill Crenn o.m.i., 10, a professor at the Obleni a Seminary at Natick mans., wet pulled nearly unconscious from the water sunday. Another Pricil the Rev Lohn cm.i., 45, of new Orleans swam seven Miles l Shore without a life preserver lie summoned the coast guard. Father Sruv Ngonu made the swim lowing Fagot ii buoyed up by n pin she lie to and a life preserver fashioned from a Boa i sent Cushion. Mrs. Jean Marline 2ti, la Mother of Christy also with life preserver swam some fun Miles toward Shore before slip was picked up. Father Bailer Gynn. Who could not swim stayed behind to take care of the child until help came. The 18-foot Molo Boal which was swamped in a sudden Smial settled in about 12 feet of water Wilh the Bow of the boat above the surface. The boat was about seven Miles from the North Shore of the 21-Mllc wide Lake. A father Baillergeon tied the Little girl to the boat and in himself. After the other priest Gnon the Alert a coast guard helicopter picked them up. Another Ixia picked up mrs. Marline. The boating party had pros Mil the Lake from new Orleans to visit some Church people who were picnicking on inc North Shore. Mrs. Marline is Secretary to father Bailer Gynn. The Fagot girl is her baby Sitter. They were returning from the picnic when the mishap occurred. Man Dies in collision t r a v e use City ap1--Wayne e. Brown. Ii of grand rapids was killed Friday in a two ear collision on the old Mission Peninsula just North of traverse City. Brown s wic and daughter were hospitalized. 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