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Brush with History.
Bamberger, Michael
Periodical Periodical | Sports Illustrated 7/27/2015, Vol. 123 Issue 3, p24 5p. Please log in to see more details

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The rise of the phoenix : the story of sport in the new South Africa / Peter Joyce
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History of used oil in South Africa
Academic Journal Academic Journal | ReSource, Oct 2011, Vol 13, Issue 1, p. 52-54. Please log in to see more details

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SOUTH AFRICA'S PATRON OF GOLF.
Keenan, Ted
Periodical Periodical | Finance Week. 8/31/2005, p18-23. 5p. 6 Color Photographs. Please log in to see more details

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A history of the Grahamstown Golf Club, 1891-1996 : the story of the beginnings and growth, trials and tribulations, and personalities of one of the oldest golf clubs in South Africa / as told by Hugh Eales and Rob Cross
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GOLDEN YEAR FOR SA GOLF Moments to remember; Grant Winter relives the many ups and a few downs experienced by South Africa's golfers in the past season
News News | The Independent on Saturday (South Africa). Dec 22, 2012, 21 Please log in to see more details
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GOLDEN YEAR FOR SA GOLF Moments to remember; Grant Winter relives the many ups and a few downs experienced by South Africa's golfers in the past season
The Independent on Saturday (South Africa). Dec 22, 2012, 21
It was, when measured against 152 years of Open Championship history since the first tournament in 1860, one of the greatest comebacks. Ernie Els was six behind overnight leader Adam [...]

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New home for history.
Periodical Periodical | Golf Digest Aug2015, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p26 2p. Please log in to see more details

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South Africa is the host with the most.
Herrington, Ryan
Periodical Periodical | Golf World 10/27/2006, Vol. 60 Issue 15, p52 1/2p. Please log in to see more details

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Kontoere in die ontwikkeling van 'n missionêre ekklesiologie in die Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk - 'n omvangryker vierde golf
Niemandt C.J.P.
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Dutch Reformed Theological Journal = Nederduitse Gereformeerde Teologiese Tydskrif, Oct 2010, Vol 51, Issue 3_4, p. 92-103. Please log in to see more details

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Planet Golf.
Barton, John
Periodical Periodical | Golf Digest. Jun99, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p244. 8p. Please log in to see more details
Focuses on the global history and development of golf tournaments. Development of the... more
Planet Golf.
Golf Digest. Jun99, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p244. 8p.
Focuses on the global history and development of golf tournaments. Development of the first proper golf courses, clubs and game rules in Scotland; Introduction of golf to Charleston, South Carolina; Demand for American golf courses architects; Play variations and registration fees of Asian golf courses; Frequency of golf tournaments in South Africa.

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Ecological risk assessment of trace elements in sediment: A case study from Limpopo, South Africa
Dahms, S.;Baker, N.J.;Greenfield, R.
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. Jan 2017, Vol. 135, 106 Please log in to see more details

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Fighting Springboks : C Company, Royal Natal carbineers : from Premier Mine to Po Valley, 1939 - 1945
Bentz, Gustav
Thesis (MMil)-- Stellenbosch University, 2013.
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Fighting Springboks : C Company, Royal Natal carbineers : from Premier Mine to Po Valley, 1939 - 1945
25/11/2013
Thesis (MMil)-- Stellenbosch University, 2013.
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Germany’s declaration of war on Poland on 1 September 1939 and the consequent war in Europe not only found the Union of South Africa politically divided but militarily unprepared to fight a modern war let alone make any worthwhile contribution toward its European allies’ war effort. The task of getting South Africa into the fight fell to newly appointed Prime Minister J.C. Smuts who cleverly outmanoeuvred J.B.M. Hertzog as leader of the nation. Not only was the Union Defence Force (UDF) severely ravaged by several budget cuts during and after the depression but it seemed to have no inclination of embracing the kind of mechanisation that was the hallmark of most European armies. Within the space of a year Smuts managed to transform the UDF and on 17 July 1940 the 1st South African Infantry Brigade set sail for East Africa where Mussolini’s Italians reigned supreme after brushing aside a couple of British border guards and laying claim to a few miles of British territory. One of the units dispatched by Smuts was the 1st Royal Natal Carbineers from Pietermaritzburg in Natal. Throughout the campaign the Regiment’s C Company fought with distinction but had the dubious honour of being the South African unit that suffered the most casualties during the whole campaign. Several of C Company’s men then become the vehicles through which the remainder of the war is experienced as the men were moved from one theatre of battle to another. Through their eyes the hunting trips into the East African bush and the death of their Commanding Officer, among other things, are relived. The victorious Springboks are then sent to Egypt where they were needed in an effort to break the deadlock that existed between the British 8th Army and the German Afrika Korps. Amidst the ebb and flow of the battle the men of C Company still found time to experience the sights and sounds of Africa’s most populous cities, Cairo and Alexandria. Here many young soldiers were exposed to pleasures and pastimes not to be had back in the Union. In spite of the eventual defeat of the German forces North Africa C Company witnessed the destruction of the 5th South African Brigade at Sidi Rezegh and suffered the loss of a combined platoon when Tobruk capitulated on 21 June 1942. After a brief period on home leave in 1943 C Company was back in action, this time in Italy as part of the 6th South African Armoured Division. Here they faced mountains, heavy snow and an enemy desperately fighting for every hill, stream and building. In the months which followed C Company were often in the midst of the action and many men lost close friends on the slopes of the Italian mountains. As final victory became apparent during the first months of 1945, C Company’s men began preparing for their post-war lives and when the first planes and ships left for the union at the end of April 1945 the men felt that they have served their country well and did their regiment proud.
AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Ten tyde van Duitsland se oorlogsverklaring Pole op 1 September 1939 wat die weg gebaan het het vir die gevolglike oorlog in Europa was die Unie van Suid-Afrika nie net polities verdeel nie maar ook militêr onvoorbereid op 'n moderne oorlog. Die kans dat Suid Afrika n beduidende bydrae tot sy Europese bondgenote se oorlogspoging sou kon maak was ook skraal. Die taak om Suid-Afrika voor te berei vir die komende stryd het op die skouers van die nuutaangestelde premier J.C. Smuts gerus wat deur middel van politieke manuvrering vir J.B.M. Hertzog uitoorlê het as leier van die volk. Nie net was die Unie Verdedigings Mag (UVM) erg uitgemergel deur verskeie besnoeings in sy begroting tydens en ná die depressie nie, maar daar was klaarblyklik geen begrip vir die proses van meganisasie gehad waarmee die meeste Europese weermagte doenig was nie. Binne die bestek van 'n jaar het Smuts daarin geslaag om die UVM te transformeer en op 17 Julie 1940 seil die 1ste Suid-Afrikaanse Infanterie Brigade Oos-Afrika toe waar Mussolini se magte die kruin van die golf ry nadat hulle ‘n paar Britse grensposte eenkant toe gevee het en 'n paar myl Britse grondgebied beset het. Die 1st Royal Natal Carbineers van Pietermaritzburg was een van die eenhede wat in Oos Afrika teen die Italianers sou veg. Tydens die veldtog veg die Regiment met onderskeiding, maar verwerf ook die twyfelagtige eer om die Suid-Afrikaanse eenheid te wees wat die meeste ongevalle gely het gedurende die hele veldtog. Verskeie van C Kompanie se manne word gebruik as ‘n lens waardeur die res van die oorlog ervaar word soos die troepe van een front na die ander verskuif word. Deur middel van hul wedervaringe word, onder andere, die jagtogte in die Oos-Afrikaanse bos en die dood van hul bevelvoerder herleef. Na Oos-Afrika word die seëvierende Springbokke na Egipte gestuur waar hulle benodig word om die Britse 8ste Leër by te staan in in die stryd teen die Duitse Afrika Korps. Te midde van die stryd kom die manne van C Kompanie nog tyd vind om Afrika se mees digbevolkte stede, Kaïro en Alexandrië te besoek waar baie jong soldate blootgestel is aan genot en tydverdryf wat nie beskikbaar was in die Unie nie. Ten spyte van die uiteindelike nederlaag van die Duitse magte in Noord-Afrika was C Kompanie teenwoordig tydens die vernietiging van die 5de Suid-Afrikaanse Brigade by Sidi Rezegh en ervaar ook die verlies van 'n gekombineerde peloton toe Tobruk oorgegee op 21 Junie 1942. Na 'n kort tydperk in Suid Afrika is C Kompanie terug in aksie, hierdie keer in Italië as deel van die 6de Suid-Afrikaanse Pantserdivisie. Hier word hulle gekonfronteer deur berge, swaar sneeu en 'n vyand wat desperaat veg vir elke heuwel, stroom en bouval. In die daaropvolgende maande bevind C Kompanie hom dikwels te midde van die aksie sterf vele goeie vriende teen die hange van die Italiaanse bergreekse. Namate dit duidelik begin raak dat die Duitsers die oorlog gaan verloor begin C Kompanie se manne hulself voorberei vir hul na-oorlogse lewens. Met die vertrek van die eerste vliegtuie en skepe na die Unie teen die einde van April 1945 was die manne van Natal oortuig daarvan dat hulle hul land na die beste van hulle vermoë gedien het en dat hulle die goeie naam van hulle regiment gestand gedoen het.

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Natal Carbineers -- Regimental histories - World War . 1939-1945 -- Regimental histories - Union Defence Force - South Africa -- Armed Forces -- Political activity -- 20th century - Regimental History - Military History - Modern -- South Africa -- 20th century

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The South African PGA has a proud and rich history
News News | Pretoria News (South Africa). April 3, 2014, 20 Please log in to see more details
BYLINE: Grant Winter THE Telkom Business PGA Championship - which is the South African... more
The South African PGA has a proud and rich history
Pretoria News (South Africa). April 3, 2014, 20
BYLINE: Grant Winter THE Telkom Business PGA Championship - which is the South African PGA Championship - beginning today at Country Club Johannesburg (CCJ) has an enormous amount of history [...]

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The holy grail quest ends at Durban CC.
MCLEAN, STUART
Periodical Periodical | Golf Digest. Aug2015, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p22-24. 3p. Please log in to see more details
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The holy grail quest ends at Durban CC.
Golf Digest. Aug2015, Vol. 66 Issue 8, p22-24. 3p.
The article focuses on professional golfer Fergal O'Leary who will achieve the youngest person in history to play each of the World's Top 100 golf courses at Durban Country Club in South Africa on August 17, 2015. It notes the recognition of O'Leary as the first Irishman ever to play the World's Top 100 courses. The golf entry of Fergal with a goal to playing the Top 100 courses in the U.S. in 2007 is also mentioned.

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Looking back at Port Alfred / compiled by Douglas Bailes
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South African Disabled Open 2006.
Dryer, Ilze
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'n Arabiese Lente in eietydse Suid-Afrika? : geesteswetenskappe
Greffrath Wynand;Duvenhage Andre
Academic Journal Academic Journal | Litnet Akademies : 'n Joernaal vir die Geesteswetenskappe, Natuurwetenskappe, Regte en Godsdienswetenskappe, Oct 2015, Vol 12, Issue 1, p. 89-105. Please log in to see more details

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Guns in their Golf Bags: Black Power on the Links
Demas, Lane, author
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South Africa / main contributors: Michael Brett, Brian Johnson-Barker and Marielle Renssen
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St Andrews' Sabbath traditions part of golf's history
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St Andrews' Sabbath traditions part of golf's history
Pretoria News (South Africa). Oct 18, 2017, 22
Frisbees are acceptable, you can walk your dog, or push a pram with your little one inside. You can picnic to your heart's content as long as you stay out [...]

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Medical research on human subjects in South Africa : a critical assessment of the work of research ethics committees
Moodley, Keymanthri
Thesis (DPhil)--University of Stellenbosch, 2004.
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Medical research on human subjects in South Africa : a critical assessment of the work of research ethics committees
11/08/2011
Thesis (DPhil)--University of Stellenbosch, 2004.
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Human participant research raises a conflict between medical progress as asocietal good and the protection of participants as an individual good.Prior to 1960 the discretionary authority for the protection of participants residedin the hands of individual investigators. However, a wave of research atrocitiesfrom Tuskegee in 1932 to the Beecher expose in 1966 stimulated a change to aprinciple based system of regulation. Research Ethics Committees (RECs) andInstitutional Review Boards (IRBs) were henceforth charged with theresponsibility of human participant protection. Since 1966, this system ofresearch review was established internationally and at one institution in SouthAfrica.In 1997, placebo-controlled HIV vertical transmission trials in a number ofdeveloping countries including South Africa raised unprecedented controversy inresearch ethics internationally and nationally. In 2000, the fraudulent breastcancer trials conducted by Dr Bezwoda at Baragwanath Hospital drewinternational attention to research ethics in South Africa. However, the eventsthat called into question the efficiency of the system of ethical review mostpoignantly were the recent deaths of volunteers in research at centres ofexcellence in the United States. It was charged that if there were deficiencies inthe research ethics review system in developed countries, these were more likelyto be present in developing countries. Around the same time the Interim NationalHealth Research Ethics Committee (INHREC) was established in South Africa toexplore and regulate the ethical review system in South Africa.Cognisant of these issues, the current study was undertaken to establish thevarious structural, procedural and substantive ethical challenges facing justifiableand ethical review of research in South Africa. A combination of conceptualphilosophical reflection and empirical research was employed in this dissertation.The empirical work employed both quantitative and qualitative researchmethodology. The quantitative survey explored the composition of RECsreviewing clinical trials research in South Africa with an emphasis on committeecomposition and structure as well as the review process. The qualitativeresearch was conducted using semi-structured interviews of ten RECChairpersons in South Africa to explore complex substantive issues like informedconsent, standards of care and participant remuneration, inter alia.While the review system in South Africa is functioning at a reasonable level, thereis wide variation from one REC to the next. RECs are geographically distant andfunction in isolation without opportunity to communicate and share ideas.Amongst institutional RECs, there is a stark contrast between historicallydisadvantaged institutions and historically advantaged institutions. RECmembership, ten years into democracy remains white male dominated.Community representation is inadequate. Most RECs are dominated byscientists and clinicians. The review process is widely variable with delays inreview ranging from ten days to ten weeks. Procedural and bureaucraticdemands impact on the ability of REC members to engage in debate onimportant substantive ethics issues like standards of care, informed consent andparticipant remuneration. Research ethics training and educational needs varywidely across the country.Serious attention must be paid to the way in which RECs are constituted in SouthAfrica. Restructuring of RECs with a view to improving representation in terms ofrace, gender and religion must be prioritized. There is a need for communityrepresentation and non-scientific membership to be explored. RECs in SouthAfrica need to revisit the question of whether they should be conducting bothscientific and ethics review or ethics review alone. The review process requires aparadigm shift in emphasis from adverse event reporting to monitoring, frominformed consent forms to a culturally relevant informed consent process. Aparadigm shift is indicated to shift the focus from informed consent to a morecomprehensive review framework. Policies regarding standards of care andparticipant remuneration must be clarified and articulated.Although the role of RECs in human participant protection has been questioned,it is clear that in the vast majority of cases, they are fulfilling an important role.Their function could certainly be enhanced. This is being facilitated by trainingprograms and an electronic newsletter. However, responsibility for humanparticipant protection does not reside in the domain of the REC alone. Acollective responsibility shared by researchers, institutions, research ethicscommittees, sponsors and participants is integral to human participant protectionand the generation of new, valid and relevant scientific knowledge.
AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Navorsing op menslike subjekte gee aanleiding tot ‘n konflik tussen mediesevooruitgang as ‘n voordeel vir die samelewing en die beskerming vandeelnemers as iets waarby die individu direkte belang het.Voor 1960 het die diskresionêre gesag vir die beskerming van deelnemers by dieindividuele navorsers berus. ‘n Golf van navorsingsvergrype, van Tuskegee in1932 tot die Beecher onthulling in 1966, het egter veranderinge in die rigting van‘n stelsel van beginsel-gebaseerde regulasie gestimuleer.Navorsingsetiekkomitees (NEKs) en Institusionele Beoordelings- en toesigrade(IBRs) is gevolglik belas met die verantwoordelikheid om toe te sien dat mensewat deelneem, sover moontlik beskerm word. Sedert 1966 is hierdie stelsel vannavorsingshersiening en -toesig internasionaal tot stand gebring – ook,aanvanklik, by een instansie in Suid-Afrika.In 1997 het plasebo-beheerde HIV-vertikale oordrag-proewe in ‘n aantalontwikkelende lande, insluitend Suid-Afrika, tot ongekende kontroversie op dieterrein van navorsingsetiek aanleiding gee, internasionaal en nasionaal. In 2000het die bedrog met borskankerproewe, uitgevoer deur dr Bezwoda byBaragwanath Hospitaal, internasionale aandag op navorsing in Suid-Afrikagevestig. Hierdie gebeure het egter die effektiwiteit van die stelsel van etiesetoesig in Suid-Afrika en elders in die wêreld bevraagteken. Die meeskommerwekkende onlangse insident was die dood van navorsingsvrywilligers bysentra van uitmuntendheid in die Verenigde State. Daar is beweer dat as daartekortkominge in die navorsingsetiektoesigsisteem in ontwikkelende lande is,daar ‘n groter moontlikheid bestaan dat dit ook (en moontlik meer) inontwikkelende lande voorkom. Ongeveer dieselfde tyd is die Interim NasionaleGesondheidsnavorsings-etiekkomitee (INGNEK) [Interim National HealthResearch Ethics Committee (INHREC)] in Suid-Afrika gestig om dieetiekoorsigstelsel in Suid-Afrika te ondersoek en te reguleer.Met dit in gedagte is die huidige studie onderneem om die verskillendestrukturele-, prosedurele- en substantiewe etiese uitdagings wat regverdigbareen etiese oorsig van en toesig oor navorsing in Suid-Afrika in die gesig staar, vaste stel. Daar is van ‘n kombinasie van konseptuele, filosofiese refleksie enempiriese navorsing in hierdie proefskrif gebruik gemaak. Die empiriese werkmaak gebruik van sowel kwantitatiewe as kwalitatiewe navorsingsmetodes. Diekwantitatiewe opname bestudeer die samestelling van NEKs wat toesig hou oorkliniese proewe in Suid-Afrika, met die klem op komiteesamestelling, -struktuuren die toesigproses. Die kwalitatiewe navorsing is gedoen met behulp van vansemi-gestruktureerde onderhoude van tien NEK-voorsitters in Suid-Afrika om diekomplekse substantiewe aspekte, soos onder andere ingeligte toestemming,standaard van versorging en deelnemervergoeding, te ondersoek.Terwyl die etiek-toesigstelsel in Suid-Afriks op ‘n redelike vlak funksioneer, isdaar ‘n groot verskil tussen verskillende NEKs. NEKs is geografies verspreid enfunksioneer dikwels in isolasie sonder ‘n geleentheid om te kommunikeer enidees te deel. Ten opsigte van die institusionele NEKs bestaan daar ‘nduidelike kontras tussen histories benadeelde instansies en historiesbevoordeelde instansies. NEK-lidmaatskap word, tien jaar na demokrasie,steeds gedomineer deur blanke mans. Gemeenskapsverteenwoordiging isonvoldoende. Die meerderheid NEKs word gedomineer deur wetenskaplikes enklinici. Die toesig- en hersieningsprosesse in die verskillende komitees verskilgrootliks, met vertragings wat wissel van 10 dae to 10 weke. Prosedurele- enburokratiese vereistes het ‘n impak op die vermoëns van NEK-lede om bydebatte oor belangrike substantiewe etiese aangeleenthede betrokke te raak,soos byvoorbeeld die standaard van versorging, ingeligte toestemming endeelnemervergoeding. Opleiding en opvoedkundige behoeftes verskil wyd oordie land.Ernstige aandag moet geskenk word aan die wyse waarop NEKs in Suid-Afrikasaamgestel is. Herstrukturering van NEKs met ‘n visie op verbeterdeverteenwoordiging in terme van ras, geslag en geloof is ‘n prioriteitsvereiste.Gemeenskapsverteenwoordiging en lidmaatskap van nie-wetenskaplikes moetverder ondersoek word. NEKs in Suid-Afrika moet die vraag of hulle sowelwetenskaplike- as etiektoesig moet uitvoer, of sl slégs etiektoesig, opnuutondersoek. Die nasiensproses vereis ‘n paradigmaskuif, vanaf ‘n klem oprapportering van gebeurtenisse, na monitering van ingeligte toestemmingsvormssowel as na ‘n kultureel toepaslike ingeligte toestemmingsproses. ’nParadigmaskuif is noodsaaklik ten einde die fokus te verskuif vanaf ingeligtetoestemming na ‘n meer omvattende toesig- en nasiensraamwerk. Beleidrakende standaard van versorging en deelnemervergoeding moet verduidelik engeartikuleer word.Alhoewel die rol van NEKs in die beskerming van menslike deelnemers aannavorsing bevraagteken word, is dit duidelik dat NEKs in die meerderheid vangevalle wel ‘n belangrike rol vervul. Hul funksie kan natuurlik uitgebrei word. Ditsal gefasiliteer word deur opleidingsprogramme en ‘n elektroniese nuusbrief.Verantwoordelikheid vir die beskerming van mense wat deelneem aan navorsingberus egter nie uitsluitlik by NEKs nie. ‘n Kollektiewe verantwoordelikheid,gedeel deur navorsers, instellings, navorsingsetiekkomitees, borge endeelnemers is ‘n integrale vereiste vir hierdie beskerming sowel as vir dieverwerwing van nuwe, geldige en relevante wetenskaplike kennis.

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Human experimentation in medicine -- Moral and ethical aspects - Human experimentation in medicine -- South Africa - Medical sciences -- Research -- Moral and ethical aspects - Medical sciences -- Research -- South Africa - Medical ethics committees - Medical ethics committees -- South Africa - Institutional review boards (Medicine) - Theses -- Philosophy - Dissertations -- Philosophy - Theses -- Applied ethics - Dissertations -- Applied ethics

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The big dog.
Rosaforte, Tim
Periodical Periodical | Sports Illustrated. 8/8/94, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p48. 4p. 3 Color Photographs. Please log in to see more details
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The big dog.
Sports Illustrated. 8/8/94, Vol. 81 Issue 6, p48. 4p. 3 Color Photographs.
Profiles Ernie Els, 24, of South Africa, winner of the U.S. Open at Oakmont in June 1994. His ranking as No. 7 in the world in golf; His golfing career history; Biographical information.

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Fancourt : the road to the Presidents Cup / Andy Capostagno with David Neild
PRINTED MATL | 2003
Available at NMU South Open Shelves (GV985.S6C36 2003)
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