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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE lETHBRIDOt HEXMD febtuory 13. 1W One-stroke triumph J. C. Snead's first title leaves him unhappy TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) J. C. Snead, a 29-year-old nephew of the great Sam Snead, has his first golf title, but he is unhappy about the way he won. Snead, who won the weather- plagued Tucson open golf tournament in a 36-hole windup Monday, said: "I won and that's wonderful. I'm awful happy. But I don't like the way I finished." Snead, who didn't take up golf until he as 25, led or shared the lead all the way, was tied with Dale Douglass at the end of 36 holes and again after 54. The latter was Monday morn- ing, when they finished the third round of the tournament that had one round rained out and another cancelled by a snow- storm. Snead picked up one troke going out in the afternoon, reel- ing off three consecutive birdies starting oh the second hole, lipped out an eagle putt and set- Minor hockey The Hornets came up with two goals in the third period and managed a 2-2 tie with the Rangers last night. Donald Wright and Greg Ba- bino gave the Rangers a early 2-0 lea-4 but watched Murray Oster and Brian Malacko blast- ed in two goals to even the match. Cliff Miyashiro blasted in two big goals last night as he led the Red Wings to a 4-2 victory over the Jets. The Wings held period scores of 1-0 and 2-0 before the Jets could retaliate. Bruce Smith and Greg Gib- son added single markers for the Wings while Mark Baldrey and Dick Kigelhoff tallied for the Jets. THE NORTH: one of our greatest resources Our North Is a vast and varied land, rich in re- sources. Huge reserves of petroleurr and minerals have recently been discovered irv our North. Now tech- nology is opening up this vast frontier. Another important resource of our North is its wildlife. This area of our country provides some of the finest fishing in the world. And there are species of plant and animal life that exist no- where else. It is important that they be preserved and protected. CANADA'S NORTHERN FRONTIER In the interests of Northern ecology, your gas company presents a half hour colour documentry on Canada's North, part of the series THE WORLD AROUND US. Travel from northernmost Alberta into the N.W.T. Fish for northern lake trout, follow the migrant Caribou and visit the Eskimos. All seen through the camera of WILDLIFE LECTURER AND PHOTO- GRAPHER. EDGAR T. JON5S. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24th to p.m. brought to you by canaoian uuesiern naiuraLGas company LimrreD ed for a bird on the sixth and ut an iron within three feet on e next. He turned in was just ic stroke in front on the equal, -determined Douglas. The >st of the field had drifted ack. Douglass wedged to four feet id made the putt on the llth to gain a tie. So they were 11 even as Snead went to the )th, a 580-yard par five. He holed out a 60-yard chip hot for an eagle three and a vo-stroke margin. Both went one over par on the 7th from traps. Douglass man- ged a par four on the tough final hole and Snead was short two. He held a two-stroke ead at that point and needed to et down in three to win. He lipped short and two putted Tom 20 feet, sinking a two- ooter in the growing darkness or the victory. "It's a bad way to aid Snead, who was leading by ro strokes with two holes to lay. "I feel kinda bad about lat." Douglas had a final-round 6? or 274. It was five strokes back the next group, George rcher, Al Mengert and Hale rwin, tied at 279. Frank Beard, >Witt Weaver and Yacky Cupit ad 280s. Wayne Vollmer of Vancouver ed he Canadians, winning the next group, George Archer, Al Mengert and Hale rwin, ied at 279. Frank Beard, DeWitt Weaver and ky Cupit nad 280s. Wayne Vollmer of Vancouver ed the Canadians, winning Wayne Vollmer of Vancouver ed the Canadians, winning le ended with a final-round 75 or a 287 total. Ken Fulton oi Montreal had a 71 for a 290 total and won Gary Bowerman of Toronto shot a 72 for 292, good for Replacement needed for Matusak NEW ORLEANS (AP) Marv Matusak, former stand- out pro linebacker, has been Earned to the New Orleans Saints coaching staff as assis- tant coach in charge of the linebackers, officials of the Na- tional Football League club an- nounced today. Matusak is the fifth man to join the staff of the team's new head coach, J. D. Roberts. Matusak has been an assis- tant coach with the British Co- lumbia Lions of the Canadian Football League for the last three years. In Vancouver, Lions coach Eagle Keys said he had no im- mediate replacement in mind for Matusak, but was studying the situation. The western conference team recently signed two other new assistant coaches Ken Mc- Cullough from Saskatchewan Roughriders and Bud Tynes, a former coach with Iowa Univer- sity. Jackie Parker, general man- ager of the Lions, said Matusak feels the move to New Orleans "is a good opportunity for him and we wish him every success He did a good job for us here.' Meanwhile in Winnipeg the Blue Bombers announced thr signing of Dave Smith, form eriy a coach at Southern Meth- odist University, as assistant coach. Signing of Smith, confirmei during the weekend, completes the Bomber coaching staff for the 1971 season. ,lim Stanley, a defensive coach last season a the U.S. Naval Academy, sigr ed last week as defensive coach J under head coach Jim Spavital, Both coachs are graduates of j Texas A and M. i They will replace John Payne i and Bert Clarke, who left the i Western Football Conference club at Ihe end of last season. SIMPSONS-SEARS The Time is Right For Summer Tire Values CHANEL 4, CALGARY CHANNEL 13, LETHBRIDGE 3Iedical care i the best ever i MONTREAL fCP Boh Os-l i borne of Vancouver, chief de i mission of Canada's 400 athletes to the fourth Pan-American I Games at Cali. Colombia, next .Inly, said the Canadian contin- i receive the best med- j ical care ever." Oshorno left here Sunday for accompanied by Dr. Max uf Winnipeg and Brace j Hay of Vancouver. Dr. Averen will art as chief meJical officer oi the Canadian contingent, liay Ls secretary to the Pan-Am fiame.s committee. 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These savings make Winter the right time for Summer tires. SALE EACH IN TIRE Service Station Open Wednesday Until 6 p.m. The Allstate Wide Guard Fibreglas Belted Tire As Low As GUARANTEED against ALL tire failures for the life of the tread PLUS guaranteed 36 months against tread wearout 2198 For only 4 days more you can save to on pairs, to on 4 Allstate Wide Guards. They have Fiberglas belts for longer mileage, extra stability, puncture resistance ond greater traction. You'll get up to double the mileage of unbelted tires. Make your move now, the sale only lasts 3 more days. 78 Sinqlo lira Each in of 4 SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily. Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Centre Village 2nd Avenue and 13th Street North I ;