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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, July 7, 1970 Defending Champ Misses Course Record Jacklin Holding Early British Lead ST. ANDREWS', Scotland (CP) Defending champion Tony Jacklin of Britain took the'early lend in the British Open golf championship today with a 30 hole total of 137, seven under par, after missing a chance for a course record in the first 18 holes. The 26-year-old Jacklin went out in par 36, then acquired seven pars and two birdies on tin home nine. At the 18th his putt for a birdie 3 went in the Tomas Lopez of Spain, a pr hole and popped out. three years, played wit Among the early second- j and shot a 73 for ]42 ram dfimshers, Christy O'Con- nor of Ireland remained in con- tention with a brilliant i total of 140. I for a O'Connor eagled the f three-putted Nos. .15 and 16 bu closed out with a fine birdie HE GOT HIS MAN Chicago Cubs' catcher Ken Rudolph, right, sprawls a! horns plate after tagging out Mack Jones of the Montreal Expos. Jones tried to score from second on a single by Ron Fairley. Cubs won the first game of the twin-bill 5-1 but the Expos came back fora 5-4 win in the second. Argonauts Crush Rough Riders Stamps Look Sharp In Opener CALGARY (CP) Calgary Stampsders tossed some good passing into a powerful running attack to throttle Edmonton Es- kimos 21-10 in a Western Foot- ball Conference exhibition game before fans Wednesday night. The Stampeders ran for more than 200 yards to successfully open their exhibition campaign wish Hugh McKhmis, a rookie halfback from Arizona State, turning in 75 yards a touch- down. Gerry Sliaw caught a five- yard pass from Jerry Keeling for Calgary's other touchdown. Larry Robinson chipped in with 24-and 35-yard field goals, a couple of converts and a single. The Stampeders had quarter leads of 7-0, 8-3 and 18-3. The Eskimos, 37-19 victors over British Columbia LICES in their exhibitkM -opener Mcnday WE'RE OUT TO MAKE... OUR BIGGEST MONTH EVER! SO DURING OUR SUMMER SPECTACULAR SALE WE OFFER YOU SAVINGS UP TO......... -ON- 15 foot, 17 foot, 19 foot and 22 foot trailers 3 foot and foot campers iif.ii TRIPLE "E 13 foot and 16 foot trailers YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EQUALIZER HITCH, FENDER MIRRORS, STABILIZER JACKS, ETC., WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF A NEW TRAVELAIRE OR TRIPLE E TRAILER. See Us Now for the Deal of a Lifetime, You Could Save On Your Purchase. BEE-JAY Trailer Sales if INDOOR SHOW ROOM if Corner 4th Street emel 3rd South Phor-.c OPEN WEEKDAYS Till 9 P.M. SATURDAYS TILL 6 P.M. night, found the going tougher against Calgary. Edmonton was ineffectual under the guidance cf quarter- backs Corey Colehour and Don Trull, collecting only Dave Cut- ler's 49-yard field gcel in the last minute cf tha first half. They didn't get ruffing ratil Busty Clark took over signal- caffiing duties against a second- string Calgary defer.ce later in the fourth quarter. Clark, from toe University ot Houston, ccmpleted four passes for 63 yards as Edmonton marched 80 yards to a two-yard touchdown drive by Henry King. Cutler was good with the con- vert. Tempers flared in the third quarter, with Rudy Linterman cf Calgary and Dick Dupuis ol Edmonton exchanging blows Linterman was thrown out of the game and Calgary was as- sessed a 25-yaird pewaity for roughing. McKinmis broke open a mo- notonous struggle in the last minute of the first quarter, gal- loping for 55 yards before Mike Law made a diving tackle to prevent a touchdown. But Me- Kiraiis came back moments later, smahing over the goal line from one yard out. Frank Andruski set up Cal- gary's other touchdown, inter- cepting Trull's pass at the Ed- monton 23-yard line and return- ing the bail to the 19. Keeling passed to Dave Cranmer for eight yards, to Bob McCarthy for five and then to Shaw for the points. Meanwhile in Toronto a specta- cular interception and 110-yard touchdown run by Jim Tomlin capped a 29-8 exhibition football victory for Toronto Argonauts over Ottawa Rough Riders be- fore a crowd of at CNE Stadium Wednesday night. The Rough Riders defeated Toronto in last season's Eastern Football Conference final. They were threatening from the To- ronto six-yard line lale in the final quarter when Tomlin, the speedy defensive halfback from McAllen, Tex., picked off a pass by Tom Dimuzio on his own goal line and went the length of the field. Mel Profit, Mike Schmlesing and Gwen Cooper scored the other Toronto touchdowns. Tom Jchansen c o n v e r t e d all but Tomlin's touchdown and added two singles on missed field ;oals. Dimuzio, who replaced a tired Gary Wood in the f o u r t h quarter, collected Ottawa's only touchdown on a nine-yard run. Tom Wilkinson started at quarterback for the Argos with Don Jonas, a star last year with Orlando Panthers of the Conti- nental League taking over in the second quarter. It was Jonas's pass to Profit in the end zone that started the mitral. Herman Mslhcws, another rookie, spelled off Jonas for a couple cf shifts with Wilk- inson coming back briefly in the third quarter. before a cheering, rain soaked gallery at the 18th. Dave Man- of the United States tacked a second-round 71 to an identical opener for a two under 142. The temperature was 71 dur- ing the morning rains but by noon the skies relented. A fresh breeze off St. Andrews Bay scudded the clouds up high and reasonable scoring condi- tions returned. Before the second round got under way, defending champion Tony Jacklin of Britain, head- ing for a record until rain stopped play, paid the penalty today for having to cool off overnight and completed his first round with a disappointing 67. He lost his chance for course record after shooting remarkable 29 on the first nin holes Wednesday before a down pour halted play with 38 golfe: still to be heard from. The 26-year-old U.S. Open champion ended up in ANDY CAPP th bushes with his second shot m the 14th when play was callet off hi the wake of the rmligh storm that turned St. Andre from a pussycat into a tiger. Jacklin completed the first holes eight strokes under par He had a good chance of setting a championship record rount when he set out to complete tin 18 holes this firs he had to decide what to d< about being in the bushes. After talks with the chairmai of the championship committee Wilbur Mufrhead, Jacklin de cidcd to pick up under a one- stroke penalty. BLIND TO GREEN Jacklin went back 25 j'ards behind the .hillock of gorse bushes and dropped his ball. He was blind to the green from his new position, but he wedgec over the hillock and on to tht green, the ball ending 18 fee from the pin. The champion's putt for a par five missed by an inch, and he was down in six, dropping his first shot of the round. Dropping further shots at th 16th and 17th, Jacklin finished in 67. Jacklin needed a 64 to set i record for a round hi the Britisl Open. Another Briton, Neil Coles equalled the record of 65 Wednesday to hold the first round lead among the golfer: who finished before the down pour. One shot behind, with 66, was Tommy Horton, also of Britain Officials allowed those on the course when the storm broke Wednesday to mark their balls and complete play today, a big break for Jacklin, who other- wise would have had his bril liant first-nine 29 scrubbed. "That was the best nine I jver said Jacklin. "I'l always remember it." WEATHER CHANGED The fickle weather turned after a dozen of the world's besl golfers benefited from perfect conditions to conquer the yard, par-72 links. Stretched out behind Coles Horton and Jacklin were such ;reats as Americans Arnolc Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Joug Sanders, and Australia's 3eter Thomson, tied with 68s. In between were unexpected challengers Florentine Molena of Argentina, Harold Kenning of South Africa, and England's John Richardson and Maurice lembridge, all with 67s. The other par-busters such as Jay Brewer 'of the United States with 69, arid a large con- ingent with 70 and 71, were in no real position to complain, knowing the Open isn't won on my'one day except the last one. Roberto de Vicenzo of Argen- tina completed his round today, irsaking par for a 71. ;RITICIZES DECISION The Argentine was critical of he Royal and Ancient's deci- iion to let Wednesday's scores stand. "I think the whole round should have been rubbed 10 said. "By deciding that players from the place where their balls lay was not fair. It meant we had to play one round on a different course and in dif- erent weather." Lee Trevino, a Texan, com- pleted his round for a 68 and supported de Vicenzo's view. "We should all have started rom scratch he said. Moody, the former U.S. Open -lampion, had a 71 and was dis- atisfied. Gary Player at 74 was keeping his thoughts to himself. Two oldtimers on a sentimen- .il journey were clearly un- ikely to get past tonight's cut- off. Playing together, Bobby Locke and Denny Shuic, cliam- lions of a past era, shot a 75 nd an 82 respectively but con- ceded that they didn't really ex- icct much better. N TRAINING CAMP MONTREAL (CP) Line- nan Bob Minihano joined Mont- eal Alouettes' training camp after signing a 1970 contract with the Eastern Foot- tall Conference club. IS THERE SOME PSYCHOLOGICAL REASON WHY VOU AVE TO BRINK MORE ON A V SATURDAY NIGHT BOWTbRINKMORE ON A SATURDAY NIGHT; I BRISK LESS 6URINS THE WEEK. WHAT SHE LACKS IN BRAINS, SHE MAKES UPINSTUPIOITY Fiiiley's Purchase Not Settled SAN FRANCISCO (AP) There is a difference of opinion txxlay over whether 'or no diaries 0, Finley failed to mee the purchase price for Oakland Seals of the National Hockey League. Trans National Communica tions Inc. contends FMcy owner cf the bsEebail Oaklant Athletics cf the American League, failed to come up will the money at wteit they ESM was the deadline Wednesday Finley said the money is in the bank and that he expects to close the deal today. In Montreal, Clarence Camp- bell, president of tine NHL which had approved the sale of the Seails by Trans National to Finley, said: "I don't kntj what they're talking about." Finley, Campbell said, has until next Wednesday, July 15 to come up with the money. He said that was the date agreec on at the NHL meeting in June. AGREE ON MEETING Finley and Trans Natioraa agreed on one thing. Finley had met Wednesday with Ellis E Erdman, board chairman ci Trans National. After the meeting in San Francisco, Trams National gave out a statement in New Ycrk through Barry Mendelspn, vice president of public relations. The statement said, "Mr. Fin- ley, meeting today's deadline, said he was short on cash ant couldn't purchase the club for the sale price. Trans National stated it now wants to re-establish their agreement with Jerry Seltzer, the head cf Bay Area group who wanted to purchase the Seals." Reached at the baseball game Between Minnesota and the Ath- letics, Finley said: "If such a statement was made I would be very surprised." Haynie Heads Money list ATLalNTA, Ga. (AP) A tie for second place in the U.S. Women's Open last week made Sandra Haynie the leading money winner on the Ladies' Professional Golf Association lour. Miss Haynie of Dallas, Tei., tied with Sandra Spuzich of In- dianapolis, Ind., and each picked up Miss Haynie, with a total of knocked Katliy Whit- worth of Richardson, Tex., into second place at Donna Caponi of North Holly- -ood, Calif., who won the U.S. Open and moved to fifth from nth place with a total of Carol Mann, Cincinnati, Ohio, is third with and Shirley Englehorn, Palm Desert, Calif., is fourth with The other top 10 are: Sandra Palmer, Fort Worth, Tex., Marilynn Smith, Jupiter, Fla., Mary Wills, Handsboro, Miss., Betsy Rawls, Spartan- burg, S.C. and Jo Ann Prentice, Birmingham, Ala Bum Picks Up Victory The City of Lembridge trim- med the News Media 13-12 in a Businessmen's Fastball game. Bob Burns picked up the win vhiln Toni Frank suffered the oss. Leo Vanderhoral was tlie only Miter to do any damage belt- ng a home run and a single or UK City. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore Detroit New York .ioston Cleveland Washington Minnesota California Oakland Kansas City vaukee Chicago i tail W L Pel. GBL 52 30 .634 .550 36 44 37 .543 41 39 .513 37 a JS7 37 47 .440 East 52 26 .667 ...49 33 .598 30 51 .511 914 .370 23V2 30 54 .357 25 29 55 .345 26 TODAY'S GAMES Minnesota Blyleven at California May 4-6 N Boston Nagy 3-1 al Detroit McLaln 5-1 N Washington Cox 4-6 at Cleveland Austin 1-2 N New York Peterson 10-5 at Baltimore Hardin M N Only games scheduled. RESULTS WEBNESBAV Kansas city 000 000 370 California 000 110 001- 3 1 Drago, Wright (8) Abernalhy (3.1) !9) and Kirkpatrkk; Bradley, K. Ta- um (4-2) and Azcue. Minnesota 200 002 8 13 0 Oakland .010 1M d 12 2 Perry (13.6) Perranoskl (9) and Mlt- terwald; Hunter (13-6) Lindblad Roland (9) and Duncan. HRs: Ollva Reese (61. Boston .....001 1H 001-I I I Delroit 000 000 7 2 Slebert, Lyle Phillips (0-2) Romo (9) and Satriano; Lollch (7-10) and Price. HR: New York 031 000 8 12 1 3K MO 9 17 1 Bahnsen, Waslewskl Kekich McDanlel (7-4) (B) and Munson; McNally, Drabowsky (3-3) (a) jnd Etchebarren. HRs: Ellis Blefary ;ord Powell f. Robinson (2) Chicago 000 DM ;29-! i Milwaukee 000 000 1 5 1 John (6-12) and Joseohson; Down- ng Baldwin (9) and Roof. Washington Ml I 1 Cleveland 100