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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Mondoy, August 1971 m- victory in B.C. Open Eagle turns trick for Wayne Vollmer Uotu-d r if her I Lee's tip did help VANCOUVER ICPl A 100-1 onsliip Sunday on the last hole, yard pressure shol wilh a sand Vollmer scored an eagle on Hedge could change a c.irt'cr par-four, MH-yaid mill liolc fur U'aync Vollmcr, a 26-ycai marine Drive (7oiT and old Vancouver professional who Country Club lo clinch I he title was ready lo qiiil compelilive; in prize money irilh a golf before winning the 5-l-holc lolal of 206, seven under Bri'.isli Columbia open par. One stroke back were profes- sionals Moc Norman of Gilford, Onl., leading money winner on Die Canadian lour, Tom Nettles of San Diego, Calif., Bill Wake- ham of Lake Cowichan, B.C., and amateur Scott Keenlyside of White Hock, B.C. The pros each won Volmer, who moved from a Race results (CP) Race from Norihland'a Park Saturday First claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs. All Kl (Sladnyk) 9.50 5.BO, 390, Speedy Kim (Shields! 13.50 7.90- New Creator (BarroDy) 5.-10. Tirre: 1-5 Dream in' Demon, Pixie Belle, Mr. Kubricks, Olympic Sun, Foolish Dis- cretion also ran. Second claiming, and UD, results 7 furlongs. I Goldcresl Champ (Hecigc) 17.90 7.JO J.JO, Punler's Joy (Norris) 4.50 3.30, Sabrio (Wiseman) 3.SO. Time: Dark Susan, Terraro, Chim Jum's Boy, Canadian Carer also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claim fng, 1-year-aJds, 5 fur- longs. Catalicus (Sladnyk) 1S.30 8-10 3.50, StuOent League (Coombs] 4.70 160, Haigson (Kipling) 2.30. Time. 1-5. Toledo Royal, Roly Glen, Easier Haig, Firsl To Finish, Flinlslone also QUJNELLA: ISO.BO. roudh claiming, J year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Prince Lure 5.30 CO 2 SO, Courteous (Shlelus) i do 3.90, Go Go Glen 3.70. Time: 1-5. Round River, Home James, Hellen Grey, Touch O'Erin, Tally Blond also ran. BigTaste TRADITION Rye Whisky Schenley made it full-bodied and mellow. Yel smooth. You made iL our fastest growing Canadian Rye Whisky. [hank you Washington might lose (Senators j WASHINGTON (AP) The capital is in danger of Josing pifih Washington Senators' franchise lo Dallas because owner Bob Short has caught Ihe other American League owners in a power play, The Post reported Si'nday. Making public additional de- tails of the recent American I League oivners' meeting in Chi- cago lasl week, The Post quotes one owner as saying: "Bob Short is making it hard for us to deny him permission lo move the leam. Me has caught us in a power play.'' j In Sunday's story. Short is said to have told the owners he has no prospect of paying the! S.T.5 million Ihal will be clue on his baseball loans (M. 31. The league's Ihrec alternatives wcrn outlined as follows: Short lo go inlo bankruptcy. him a buyer for lite Senators al his price. him permission lo move the franchise. On the basis that ire has Josl nearly million hi operating the (earn for which he paid 59.4 million three years ago. Short wants lo sell the club for million. claiming, 3-year-olds and up, 1 1-16 miles. TJie Wisp fShlelris) 5.50 3.BO 3.3D. Slone (Barroby) 9.70 5.30, Love Suc- cess (SladnyV) 5.10. Time 2-5. Derricks Dancer, Mesh Boy, Lady Shelmprdpen, Heir Of Hope, County EXACTOR: sixth claiming, rt.year-clbs and up. I', War Bridle (Bar-oby) 19.H 10.20 5.60, Behi Behi [Norris) 9.20 5.70, Regal HawK (Rasmussen) 4.30. Time: 1-5. Peace-Man, Fleet Brother, Priddis Dandy. Little Baffle, Nlpawln also si, 600, clai furlongs. Round Die" Rtcerific seventh ing, and 11. 10 ISO, Great Gale, Max Wing. Little Gypsy, Merry Spirit also ran Truck scratch: Lots 0' Zip Eighth Bddfid, 3-year-olds and up, mjlps. Against The Wind (Sonchez) 2.60 2.70 2.SO. Love Your Host (Barroby) 5.90 3.70, Camel Train (Shields) 5.20. Time: Flying Award, Swllme, Mighty Hawk, Tom Of London, Ky Winner also ran. Ninth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 lurlongs. The Iron Girl (Bllllngsley) 12.80 7.10 470, Rushing Girl (Hunt) 6.10 4.53, Precious Argcnr (Kipling) 3.00. Time: Law Bos. All Image, Countess Be- linda, Caribou Red also ran. QU1NELLA: UI.PI Track scratch: Woslern Runner. second-place lie in Ihe firsl round lo a one-stroke Ic-ad after 3G holes, carded one birdie on the way to a :ill on the fron.'. nine and hvo birdies and a pair of eagles to .come in al 'M, Iwo under par. The par 71 was his worst round of the llirec-day tourna- ment, the last of seven on the Peter Jackson Canadian lour. He had a four-under G7 Friday and a 68 Saturday. AVERTS PLAYOFF More than people watched Ihe final round in hoi w e a thcr and hundreds mobbed Vollmer after his 100-yard second shol from the middle of the Hllh fairway dropped inlo Ihe cup to avert a five-way playoff. He began the round by an nouncing at the first tee: "Well, if I blow this one I'm through.'' Three years ago he started out on Ihe pr'o circuil wilh en- couraging sponsors and lots of promise. Since then he has led in the final round of six lourna- inen'.si bul has losl all of them. ''That was my firsl viclory since Ihe 1968 Alberla Open, bul it should have been my eighth." he said in the clubhouse. "I've blown so many lournamcnls, so many leads in Ihe lasl round. AKRON, Ohio (AP) A lip from Lee Trcvino six weeks ago was worth nearly and a firsl lournamcnl Iriumph for American Golf Classic cham- pion Jerry Heard. "Trei'ino Ijiuglil me how to make Ihc ball fade al the Uniled Slates open. I used lo play n said Ihe 24-year- old Visalia, Calif., professional who won Ihe S30.000 Classic firsl prize Sunday wilh a 72-hole lolal of [ivc-undcr-par 275. Heard played Ihe firsl 25 weeks of Ihc 1071 lour. He won a lil'.le over S50.000. Since Trevino's lip. Heard has pushed his earnings pasl the flOO.OOO mark this year. WINS BY .1 SHOTS Heard shot a final round of four-over'-par 74 Sunday to beat Dale Douglass by three shots. Douglass had a 72 for a 278 tolal over Ihe Firestone Sou'.h course. Bob Murphy charged in with a (57 and took third place with 279, one shot ahead of curi'ent Burwash wins tennis title (CP) Tcp- Btlnvash of To- rohlo stroked his way to victory in the men's singles and doubles events Sunday at the Canadian national tennis championships. Burwash, a lour- ing professional, defeated un- seeded Jim Boyce of Toronto, a WINNIPEG Wakeham, who fired a Fii j seeded Peler clay and followed il up wilh a 70, lied VoIImer's 71 of Sunday. MOE MAKES MONEY Norman's second-place money of SI.433 increased his lolal on Ihe Canadian tour (o He had nines of 33-34 for his second straight 67 after going to a two- j surni over in the firsl round. ment, p-1, 6-4 lo lake Ihe men's Ne-Illes, a for'mer Imebacker wilh Edmonlon Eskimos of the Canadiaji Football League, fired Ihe best round five- under G6. He was 70-71 in Ihe early rounds, Keenlyside, 18-year-old British Columbia junior champion, was 35-34-69. He had a 63 Friday and a 70 Saturday. Ron Willey, picked up S300 for cond j former junior slav who was Hie two- surprise of the six-day lourna- singles litle. Teamed with sevenlh-sesded Ken Bins of Toronto, Burwash won Ihc doubles lille wilh a 0-0 decision over Tony Bardsley a 209 while Ray Bo'.ls of Los Angeles, who shared the firsl- round lead with W a k e h a m, earned SBOO for and Don McCormick, bolh of Vancouver. Burwasli was seriously chal- lenged only once in his five sin- gles matches and that was by fif In-seeded Bnrdsley in I heir i- G, 0-2, 7-5 semi-final. The To- ronto leam swept to the doubles lille winning Ihrec of four matches in consecutive sels. Professional Golfers champion Jack Nicklaus who shot 70 for 280. Steve Reid was fifth with 71 for 201. Arnold Palmer, Mike Hill and Chi Chi Rodriguez were knotled at 282. Palmer, No. 3 oil the money-winning list, fired his best round of the Classic, a (J7. Hill and Rodriguez each shot 6tt, George Knudson of Toronto, Ihe only Canadian in Ihe final round, sliol 71 for 290 and "I always wondered how Palmer and Nicklaus stood the pressure when they were lead- ing. Now, I said Heard, who had won without a tournament victory until Sun- day. Sg.99 20-lb. Box SIMPSONS-SEARS LAUNDRY DETERGENT Slock Up And Save! Our liu-lb. box doo.s SO wasli- loaJs-nnd that's a lot of clean! 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