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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Aujutt THt IE7HBRIPOI HIKAtD Three Comebacks Sink Ottawa Club Lions Roar Into Second Spot In The West JONES AFTER ONE ROUND Mike Reasor, of Palm Beach, rests his head on his putter shaft as he waits to putt on the final hole in the opening round of the Dow Jones' Open Thursday. Reasor fired a six-under-par 66 to take the lead. Gadsby, Johnson Included Four Added To Hall TORONTO (CP) Four names were added to the Hockey Hall of Fame Thursday night in an induction ceremony at the Canadian National Exhi- bition. Tom Johnson, Robert LeBel, Bill Gadsby and Cecil H. (Babe) Dye were honored for their con- tribution to the sport. All but Dye were present for the ceremony, attended by W. Ross Macdonald, lieutenant-gov- ernor of Ontario. Dye died in 1962. Johnson, 42, of Baldur, Man., played 978 games in 15 seasons in the National Hockey League with Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins, and collected 51 goals and 213 assists. Johnson's best season was in Race Results CALGARY