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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Held lead from the opening lee box Panasiuk wins Canadian golf title HULL, Quc. (CP) A man- to-man chat wlUi lus golfing fa- ther imtl a cautious final round Sunday clinched tlie 72-liole Ca- nadian Professional Golfers' Association championship for Bob Panasiuk, leader from the first tec. Bronzed and robust, tlio Te- cuniscli, Out., pro said over a sod drink follovang a final rour.d one-ovcr-par 7.1 at the Archers sharp as records fall Four records tell to the way- side in (he fourth annual In- dian Battle Park archery tour- nament staged on the weekend. During the two-day affair, new records were established Savinkoff too tough for Red Sox EDMONTON (CP) P cle Savinkoff of Calgary lias an arm that just keeps on pitch- ing. Savinkoff, a memljer of the Calgary Power Chiefs in the Alberta Senior "A" Fastball League, pitched 25 innings Sat- urday night as his club lost 2-0 to Edmonton Red Sox. The game Is Iwlieved to be one of the longest ever played if. Canada. lint, that wasn't enough for Savinkoff. He returned to the mound Sunday and pitched pair of two-hitters in 14 Innings as Calgary downed Edmonton 2-1 and 4-0 for the provincial fipnior "A" title. During the 31) innings, ftivin- koff struck out 41 hatters Saturday, eight in Sunday's opener and seven in the night- cap. After the series was finislied, he said his arm felt as if it could go another game. Savinkoff will he playing In tho national senior "A" cham- pionstu'ps here later this month. Shamrocks win opener EDMONTON fCP) Teams from Nova Scotia and Alberta scored opening-game victories in the Canadian .Junior "B" LELCTOSS championship Sunday. Halifax Griffins defeat- ed Quc., 20-10 while Calgary Shamrocks turncc back Assiniboia, Sask., Chiefs 16-7. The teams play n round robin series to pick one east ern and one western repre sentativc fnr the Canadian fi nal Thursday. Tho other two teams in the tournament are Etobicoke, Ont., and New West minster Halifax led 5-4 aflcr Ihe fir." period and scoretl nine goals in the second against Quelicc Rick (laiilrcan anr! Pill Cham hers each scored five goals foi Halifax while scored six for Vallcyfield. Calgary and Assiniboia were tied 4-1 after the first pcriw with Calgary outscoring thei opponents 7-1 in tho sccont quarter. Three players Cliri Roa, Gene Depronl and Jerry flilson racli had four goal for Calgary. four of the six competitive lasses. Buzz Walker of Calgary set new record in the men's free- tyle class scoring 1001 points, 'hilo runnerup honors went Henry Rossman of Edmon on. John llorvath of Tahcr broke ic mens' barcbow record, acking up 1518 points while Brcnda Lehmann of Calgary ct a new record in the ladies' rarebow class with a 1060 icoro, well ahead of second ilacc finisher Cheryl llorvath if Taber at 095. Peter Helmann of Calgary also established a new record as he scored 1359 points in the heavy tackle class. Harold Mutter of Lelhbridgc followed closely Ijchind with 1175 points. Marie Popson of Lethbridgi picked up top honors in the ladies' freestyle event, scorin; points while Biliy Biei captured the cadet class will 602 points. Bier is also from Ixjlhbridgc Black Hawks sue Bobby CHICAGO (AP) The Sim Times saj's Chicago Black Hawks have sued Bobby Hull ii an attempt to prevent him from playing for Winnipeg Jets c" the World Hockey Association The newspaper quotes Wi liam Wtrtz, president of the lilack Hawks, as saying th club filed the suit in Circu: Court Friday. Wirtz, other team official court officials and Hull a' unavailable for comment. The newspaper says the sul charged Hull with breach contract, contending the Blac Hawks Iiac] an option on Hull services for Uie 1972-73 season. Hull signed an cstimatec S2.7S million contract June 27 scn'c as player-coacli of th JcLs. ivcrmeat! Golf Club near here iat lie was looking forward to 'orld Cup play later this year i Australia. Winner of the CTGA, along the l.abatt Cup and he Is Invited to one nf Can- ada's representatives at. that match. PaiiuMiik, SO, from the first when he liul a the meet day Thursday course record ________.....-------Monday, 31, 1972 7HB LflKBRIDOI HESAIB 7 Vi'ilh nn eight-under-par M et tlw golf course. Fri- day, he lightened his grip on tho title with a five under-par- (J7. But he fired a three over 75 on Ihe tliird round Saturday and put in a call to his father, Nick. His father said he was "swinging too so Pan- asiuk eased up and came home with a 73 for a 72-hole total of under par. "Why take any he said later, describing Sunday's round. He played it carefully, using Irons off some tees ami aiming at par. In second place, four strokes jeliind, vas lanky Phil Giroux of Montreal, who took home 500 for his finish. John Morgan and Bill Wakeliam, both of Vic- toria, ar.d Gary Maue of Kitch- ener, OnL, tied for third with 283 and won each. Giroux, 3G, a citjar chewer, came into the final round five trokcs behind Panasiuk in fourth place. '.'I did it the hard he after shooting a one-under- par 71 Sunday. "I never thought I had a chance for sec- ond." He played with Panasiuk, but said he shot "my own game. I just v.ent out there and played golf, I didn't worry about him." Maue, who Inched within two strokes of Panasiuk in the final round, said he "blew it" late in the game with a number of problem putts. "We didn't make him the 28-ycar-ok! pro said of the winner. "We had our chances." Last year's CPGA winner, Will Homenuik, hovered con- istently around par throughout the match and finished with a healthy three-under-par 69. But his 284 total was good only for a fourth place tie with Wayne Vollmer of Vancouver and Bob Rose of Copetown, Ont. Hose came into the final round In second place, but ended with a Ihrec-over-par 75 in the tournament. Other big golfing ronto's Al Balding and Van- couver's Stan ished well back in the pack, nard, eight time winner of the CPGA, finished with a four over 292. Balding ended with a 10 over 298. WE'UUDRlNKTO'Ef? FAILURE, PESCE SHE'S TKVJN1 T'FI THE TOUSE WHERE Ml Scores impressive ivin in USI Classic GOLF WINNER Bob Panasiuk of Tecumseh, Ont., polls en thtt 17lh green cj he approaches his victory Sunday in the Canadian Profeisional GolferV Association championship. Panasiuk had a 279 tolal for the 72 holes, nino under par. (CP Wirephoto) A Is edge Ti-Cals Mira's debut impressive HAMILTON 'CD George1 Mini, iwiking his first start in the Canadian Football league, engineered fourth-cjiiiirli'r touchdowns Saturday nifitit lo feiid Montreal Aloucltcs to a wi n over 11 a mllton Tigcr- in Kjjslern Football Con- ference action. But Mira's perlormance be- fore fans was ovcr- stiadowetl by two personal marks established by Tommy Joe Coffey, Hamilton's veteran wide receiver who sot an all- prn pass reception record and Dccamc the first CFL player to gain more than yards on pass catches. And Alouettes Dick Han-Is provided the winning piny with less than a minute to go when he broke through to block Ian Hunter's convert attempt, Larry Smith, Terry Evanshen and Ike Brown scored the Mon- treal maj ors. Don 8 weet con- verted nil Ihreo and added a ficlrl gonl for six points, sonny Warfr completed Uie Montreal scoring on tho filial play of the e n 50-yard punt Enjoy the crisp, cloar days of FaH on a I fonda. See Iho complolnly just- arrived CD 350 Supnr Sport.., il bikes -nncf n full of larqcr motorcycles, nit with 4-slroko, overhead can? engines. Fornxlra low prinosnnd c.i.ty credit, BCD your nearest Hondn donlcr. THE WOflLD'S LARGEST MOTORCYCLE MANUFACTUnErt Disltibuled hy: Clsiks Sinipkins Honria, 7M Al Jotbtiiljc Way. Rirtmonrt, D.C. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE 1117 2nd Avn. S. Phonn 327-8889 ,lo', lo.g.ll nnd Mo.l Proor.l.iv. MoMreycl. Devlin feels satisfied BUTTON, Mass, fAP> Bruce Devlin picked up the cheque for sighed a hit, smiled and commented in his usual soft tones: "That's it. I'm about through playing golf for a while. Now I've got to go to work." He had just scored a three- stroke victory in the USI Classic, notched his second Tommy Aaron, who closed with Peterson wins singles title CALGARY CCP) Robin Timmerman of Calgary took over-all title Sunday in the 22nd annual Allrerta Montana Irternational Trapsh o o t i ng competition, hitting 471 out of a possible 500 targets In five events over two (toys. Bill Peterson of Claresholm, Alia., won the singles with 197 out of 200. He broke 100 straight Saturday, the fifth time he has accomplished the fe-at this year, In handicap competition Sun- day, Red Deer's Miles Travis hit 97 of 100 shooting from 22 yards out. The long yardage winner at 23 yards was Jim MacLean of Calgary with triumph of the season, pushed his official money winnings to a personal record of for the year and, just as he said he would, was packing H in for the year. The 34-year-old Devlin had a final-round 69 over the yard Pleasant Valley Country Club course and posted a 13-un- der-par 275. It was his eighth victory in 11 seasons on the American lour, which he now plays only on a part-time basis. Most his lime now Is devoted to his golf coarse architecture business in Florida. Lee Elder had a 70 and was i alone in second at 278. John Manaffey had a 71 for 279 and was lied for third with veteran a G9. Toronto's Gary Bowerman had a closing 75 for a 72-hole tola! of 295 worth British Open champ Lee Tre- vino was never a factor. Ha had a strong 68 final round, however, for 286, well back. Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and South African Gary Player did not compete in the event. More sport on page 8 STAMPEDE WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM KROFFAT and PORTZ vs KAMATA and SITO SUPERHAWK vs TOMASSO NAGASAKI vs HURST 5 EXCITING MATCHES SI.50 The Ticals, who dropped Into third place in the East behind Montreal, got touchdowns from Dave Buchanan, Dick Weso- luwshi arid Tony Gabriel. Snn- ter, who converted the first two, also hit a field goal. WILL DISPLAY BALI. The hall thrown to Coffey late In the game as Hamilton moved clownfield lo set up their final scoring play was pre- sented to the Hamilton end and will be on display in the root- ball Hall of Tamo when thai builfjing opens in Hamilton later tins year. The roccp! ion, his wroml of the panic, was number R32 in a professional career that began with Edmonton Kskimos of Uie Western Conference in Ipjfl. it broke the North American pro- fessional football mark he stinrcd with Hay JJcrry, a Ka- Lioiuil FnolhnU league receiver will; Baltimore Ctilts. Coffey. wiio entered Ihr g.'inic wilh fl.977 yiit'ds on pass irt'cplions. fi'ltftxi ;ui rnnrr with Ihr only hso pnssrs Ilirown ir> him in the g.imn, (tiring him n rarccr total of Ho is Ilir first CFL player lo roach Ihn plateau. Tt marks the third straight game in which thr Ticnls have lost in the closing mimilo.s. 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