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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta DIP YOU KNOW? That it costs no more to make all your travel arrangements through a travel agent. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 Third Section The Lcthbridgc Herald LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JUNES, 1974 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta i Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES Pages 21 -2 Chawing chums Not unlike their older idols, Charles Wilkinson, left and Kenny Wicker like a chaw during a game. However, these two youngsters chaw on bubble gum rather than tobacco. It all looks the same, but gum tastes better. Gabrielsen charges into lead in British Amateur MUIRFIELD, Scotland (AP) Jimmy Gabrielsen of the United States charged into the final of the British Amateur golf championship with two victories Friday. Gabrielsen completely out- classed two English rivals over Muirfield's windy, yard, par-71 course where he will meet England's Trevor Homer, the 1972 winner, in Green in lead at Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA (AP) Hubert Green vaulted past 19 players Friday with a five-under-par 67 for a one-stroke lead after the second round of the Philadelphia golf tournament. Green, a two-time winner and the No. 2 man on the money-winning list this season, started the day four strokes off the pace but ended with a 36-hole total of 137, seven under par on the Whitemarsh Valley County Club course. First-round leader John Schlee had to scramble to salvage a par-72 he hit two balls out of bounds and was tied for second at 138 with sophomore Tom Jenkins who had a second-round 71. Johnny Miller, winner of five titles and almost this season, vaulted into contention with a 67. He was tied at 139, only two strokes behind, with Mike Hill who had a second-round 70. Lee Elder. Monsanto Open champion, had another 70 and was in a large group at 140. only three shots behind. Defending champion Tom Weiskopf remained well off the pace at 142 after a second consecutive 71. Masters champion Gary Player of South Africa went to a 74 and a 145 total. Tony Jacklin of England, missed the cut for the last two rounds of the tournament, the victim of a triple-bogey seven on the 360-yard sixth hole. Bob Menne. upset winner of last week's Kemper Open in Charlotte. N.C., rallied from three consecutive bogeys and matched par 72 for a 141 total. Jack Nicklaus. Lee Trevino and Arnold Palmer are not competing. Green charged into the lead with three consecutive birdies beginning on his 13th hole. All three were set up by iron shots that left him putts of about eight feet. He had only two bogeys, one on a three-putt and the other after driving behind a tree in the rough. Saturday's 36-hole final. In the semi-finals, Gabrielsen shattered the hopes of 19-year-old Martin Poxon with an astonishing 45- foot putt and cruised to a 5 and 4 triumph. Earlier, the American scored another 5 and 4 victory over quarter-final opponent Peter Davidson. Homer defeated John Owens of the U.S. by one hole in the quarter-finals and then beat Scotland's Hugh Stuart by two holes to reach the final. Gabrielsen said before he went out against Poxon that it would be hard to match par in the wind which had buffetted Muirfield all week. He was one over on the front nine with a 37 but was playing one under on the back nine when the match ended. He birdied the long fifth where he was on the green in two, and turned three up. Gabrielsen birdied the llth with a 300-yard drive, putting him four up. Poxon, a surprise semi- finalist, writes notes to himself on his scorecard such as: "Don't think defeat." Although defeat stared him in the face, he birdied the 381- yard 12th by sending his shot out of the rough to within four feet of the pin. Gabrielsen two-putted for a bogey. Gabrielsen. 32. was back on target at the short 13th, however. He went four up with a par and polished off the match at the 14th in classic style. He drove, fired a three- wood and then calmly sank a 45-foot birdie putt. Save Gas Increase Power Prolong Engine Life with a Dual Exhaust System No Pickup and Return of your car from work or home. Forhrfttriitorfiilioii Drop in or CHI 328-6353 CARDINAL MUFFLER CENTRE 2710-12 An. South Jockey suffers injury EDMONTON (CP) Jockey Bill Norris suffered a hairline fracture of the skull Thursday night when he fell off a horse in the final race at Northlands Park. Norris was riding Yalta when the accident occured. He was not struck by the other horses. The jockey is in satisfactory condition in hospital where he will remain for several days Track officials said he would be out of action for about one week. The accident came one day after the track was closed by the jockeys" refusal to ride on the wet track. Track officials said prior lo the reopening of the track Thursday that the Wanted! Distributor for ARO 244 NEW 4 WHEEL DRIVE VEHICLE Franchiaa Available Nowl WRITE: PRESTON LTD. Edmonton, Alberta track surface had dried almost completely. The closure of the track also involved a dispute between owners and Northlands officials over the payment of shipping costs for horses stabled in Calgary during the Edmonton race meeting. Golf league COUNTRY CLUB Low neJ R. Pepper. Lakevicw Texaco 30. gross L. Connolly. Lethbridge Office Furniture 39. Low team net Canada Packers, R Held. B. VanBuskirk, J. McCutcheon and R. Goughnour. COUNTRY CLUB lakeview Texaco Gentlemen 111 Oliver Industrial Lelh Office furniture BasteOo s DcripaJt'S Reliance Can Packers Pen-ys Dress Ealons Black s Wlens Shop King Chrysler 58 57 56 51 50 45 45 40 33 33 32 21 Bruins accuse Kansas City of tampering? Bep Guidolin signs with Scouts KANSAS CITY (AP) Bep Guidolin, former coach of Boston Bruins, was named Friday as coach of the National Hockey League expansion Kansas City'Scouts. Guidolin, who resigned May 27 after coaching Boston Bruins to the Stanley Cup finals, brushed aside reports that Bruins managing director Harry Sinden plans to file charges with the NHL accusing the Scouts of talking to Guidolin while Boston had him under contract. "There was no said the 49-year-old Barrie, Ont., native. Guidolin spent almost 20 years in the Bruin organization as player, scout and coach. He had been seeking a five-year contract with Boston, and resigned after being told it was against club policy. Terms of his Scouts contract were not made public, but it was described as "multi-year." Guidolin began his profes- sional hockey career in 1942 with the Bruins at the age of 16, the youngest player ever to compete in the NHL. He later played for Detroit and Chicago until his retirement as an active player in 1953. Guidolin coached Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey Association Major Junior A series to the Memorial Cup finals in 1966 and two years ago coached London Knights to the OHA playoits. After coaching Boston Braves, the Bruins' American League farm club for 2Vz years, Guidolin took over the Bruins midway through the 1973 season. In his first full year in the NHL, Boston had a 52-17-9 record and won the Eastern Division title by 13 points over Montreal. The Bruins beat Toronto in four playoff games and dispoed of Chicago in six. They fell to Philadelphia Flyers in the six-game Stanley Cup series. Guidolin said Friday he views his opportunity in Kansas City as a "fantastic challenge." But he cautioned Scouts fans against expecting too much too soon. Asked about the type of players he will try to acquire, Guidolin, pointing first to his stomach and then to his heart, answered: "When an athlete puts on the skates, he's gotta have it here and here. If it comes to fisticuffs. I think Kansas City will be proud of us." Tlic Herald Sports uni says: "You can actually feel the difference between Uniroyal Steel Belted Radials and regular bias-ply tires! Roy says: "We feel it stopping, starting, turning, even in wet weather on bad roads. They can actually change the way your car behaves." And Al: "It's the Uniroyal feel. We feel it in our thrill show you will UNIROYAL UNIROYAL and Come in and let's talk about what Uniroyal Steel Belted Radials will do for you. They're really built and tested for stopping, cornering, easy handling, wear, puncture resistance, bad roads and bad weather. 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