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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta B THE IETHBRIDG5 HERALD Monday, July 26, Ppckts Palmer wins bv easy five Harrison, N.V. (API A re- charged Arnold Palmer, who birdicd 23 of 72 holes en route to the lop prize in the West- Chester Golf Classic, said the big thing about his big payday was an over-par hole. who matched his Sat- urday round of 08 for an 18-un- der-par 270 total Sunday on the Country lub cmu'se, put his tee shot ver the 14th green, left it! v-ere, chipped 12 feet past the in and putted for a one-over ar four. 'If there was one big thing hat lie said, "that "The one thing 1 didn't want o do was leave it there. "But it was a good put nd gave me the rhythm I eeded to finish." i TON BY FIVE He finished five strokes ahead i f Gibby Gilbert and Hale I rtvin, who collected piece in this richest of pro ourn amends. Gilbert was only three strokes jack of Palmer at the start of he final round. Irwin who started the final ound five strokes back, main- ained the margin with four nrdies for a 68. Sam Snead, the 59-year-old golfing wonder who has won 84 'ournaments but had done no better than lie for 25th so far his year, stormed the course with a 68 Sunday to turn in an 11-under 277 and tie Frank 3eard for fourth and each. At 279 were Mason Rudolph, Bobby Nichols and Larry Wood. PGA champion Jack Nick- laus three under when he teed off, paired the front nine, then came on strong with five birdies on the back for an eight-under 280. PALMER IN ACTION 1972 Pontiacs, Buicks, Firenza Cars and CMC Trucks Will Go On Sale... Sept It's TRULY OUR NEW YEAR! Playoff decides winner Generals move ahead The M and K Generals trav- elled to Claresholm and earned two straight victories over the host club in Alberta Interme- diate "A" playoff action Sun day. In their first game Dennis Allen led the Generals to a slim 3-2 victory while Al Baral fol- lowed suit with a 11-1 win in the second contest Art Zasadny crashed a three- run homer in" the lop-sided 11-1 victory. The Generals will now take on Medicine Hat. in the South- em Alberta finals with the win- ner moving on to the Alberta championship in Peace River on August 21-22. Quarry. Terrell win. boxing bouts LAKE GENEVA, Wis. (AP) Heavyweights Jerry Quarry and Eniie Terrell pounded out unanimous Id-round decisions Saturday night at the Lake Ge- neva Playboy Club. Quarry, the World Boxing As- sociation's fifth-ranked conten- der, defeated Tony Doyle and Terrell, the former WBA heavyweight champion, whip- ped "South American Roberto Davila. Quarry suffered a cut under his right eye but got in more consistent and solid punches. REGINA (CP) A young I American professional, who eats "honey, bananas and raw eggs" to keep up his strength, won the eighth hole of a playoff Sunday to pocket top money of in the modified Saskat- chewan open golf championship. "I just got out of the army 12 days before coming up said 23-year-old Tommy Mc- Ginnis of Memphis. "I was stationed in Thailand and was pretty weak when I got out of the army. So I found out that honey, bananas and raw eggs get your strength up." McGinnis, who defeated fel- low-American Kip Putertraugh of Lajolla, Calif, in the playoff after both finished regulation play with two-under-paf 142s, even carries his own golf bag around. "I found the caddies up here talk too much about the wrong things and most of them aren't strong enough to carry the bag." PLAY SHORTENED The open was to have been a 54-hole competition with a cutoff at the low 60 and ties after two rounds Saturday. But gale-force winds caused suspension of the second round and the tourna- ment committee decided to wash out the round and reduce the play to 36 holes. Another playoff was needed between two of the three Cana- dians who finished one stroke off the pace. John Morgan of Victoria and Tom Trcmblay of Brantford, Ont. carded 143s with tour-vet- eran Moe Norman of Gilford, Ont. But Morgan and Tremblay played extra holes to decide which one would be low Cana- dian and qualify for the Cana- dian Open next year. WHILE YOUR PRESENT CAR is WORTH ON LOW YEAR-END SALE PRICES While the Selection K GREAT All Models All Colors All Options You will be pleased at the Savings you'll make Make a "HOT DEAL" ANDY CAPP GET OFF MY BACK.' VER'VE 'AO YER CLAWS IN ME SINCE VER FIRST SET EYES ON ME; S, SOLDIER 'APFEKS T' PICK YOU UP IN THE BLACKOUT, AN1 FIRST THOUGHT LOOK LIKE A HUSBANb? VERWbN'T EVEN LOOK on a Fine Car In Our REALLY COOL 35 Car Showroom WIDE OPEN TILL 9 P.M. 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