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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Monday, Mtreh 11, Consistency pays off for Green JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Hubert Green broke out of a tie with four birdies in a row. enabling him to take three-stroke victory in the Greater Jacksonville Open Golf tournament Sunday. Green, rapidly gaining stature as one of the game's outstanding young player.', had a final-round 71, one under par on the Deerwood Country Club course, and joined idle Johnny Miller as the only multiple winners on the pro tour this year. Green collected trom the total purse of as he recorded his second and fourth in the last 12 months with a 276 total, 12- under par. He pushed his earnings to for the year, second only to Miller. Green's victory went with his earlier triumph in the Bob .Hope Desert tournament and was set up by a decisive string of four consecutive birdies beginning on the seventh hole. Ben Kern of London. Ont.. tied for 15th place with three others with a final-round 72 for 285. He had earlier scores of 74-69-70 which helped him to pick up John Mahaffey came on to. take second with a final round Mount Royal wins third KDMONTON (CP) Calgary's Mount Royal Colli'gi1 Cougars won the Four-West college hockey championship Saturday for (he third straight year defeating the Red River College Rebels of Winnipeg 5- Cougars took a 2-1 first period lead but had to fight buck in the final frame after Kfbi-ls held a 3-2'.edge after I wo periods. Lome Guenette scored twice for Cougars in the hard hitting game with singles added by Doug Colville. John Hagen and Clint Armstrong. Ken Forsyth. Norm Dancit Abrahamson replied lor Hie Rod River. outshot Cougars 42-29 with the Calgary team lak-mg six of nine minor penalties. In the consolation final, the Kelsey Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences. Saskatoon, representing Saskatchewan, needed overtime to defeat the British Columbia representative Cariboo Chiefs of Kamloops, 6- of par 72 and a 279 total. Jerry Heard, who had finished first and second in his two previous appearances, was third this time, closing with a 68-280. It was another frustrating disappointment for Jim Wiechers, who had entered the final round in a tie for the top spot with Green. Wiechers. who has been in position to win a half dozen times in the last year, once again fell victim to a poor last round. Wiechers, who has yet to score an official triumph, bogeyed three holes in a row at one stretch, played the back nine in 40 and went to a 76 for 281 and a tie for fourth. DeWitt Weaver and Leonard Thompson, a winner a month ago in the Jackie Gleason tournament, shared fourth position. Thompson had a 70 and Weaver managed a 71. Bowling scores HOLIDAY BOWL CHEC Don Wardlow 251; Terry Prusak 254; Bill Willis 278 Stan Oewar 268 Steve Ramais 261; Glenys Gerstenbukler 236; George Gerstenbukler 258; Elaine Brown 256; Ernie Frache 244. C.P.R. Bill Howes 263: Elaine Sinclair 286; Cleas Schweitzer 308 Dan Paskuski 246: Alma Williams 253 Tom Archbold 274; Bob Sinclair 258; Chris Maloney 269; Irma Oberg 286; Bob Anderson 256: Orly Cerney 266 CIVIL SERVICE Mitz Wooldridge 255: Lew Mills 250 John Erickson 298 Steve Roth 262 Wayne Roszell 253; Blair Hurt 274 Bob Reid 263; Charlet Reid 269: Keith McCurdy 251: Keith Siebert 370; Mary Hryniuk 255. SENIOR CITIZENS Walter Baker 254; velma Miller 267; Harry Chapman 310; Nick Bianchi 251; Hilda Bianchi 270; Tom Archbold 252; Mary Clark 250: Bill Jensen 245: Frank Bernhart 276; Roy Lavalley 237; Len Milner 230: Cyril Myron 238: Hilda Bianchi 270. caoc Jim Wright 293 Steve Gyorkos 251; Connie Baceda 265 Garth Wilson 260; Beneth Doram 292 Leon Checkryn 258; Rudy Van Ryan 318 Neil Noble 254; Marg Durina 293: Murray 252; Joch Mulgrew 250; John Weceis 265. VASA LODGE Nick Bianchi 247: Leora Ness'245; Slim Berry 238; Jerry Larson 240: Bud Grouetle 234: Hilda Bianchi 268; Hjalmar Nelson 253: Doug Hegland 254: Asia Cederberg 227; Arvid Oseen 224. CLASSIC TRIPLES Reg Arnold 318 Al Smith 383: Bill Hamilton 314; Steve Pedersen 318: Karlyn Spitzer 308; Ken Kurtz 308: Steve Gangur 305; Norm Tolley 294: Linda Malcomson. 287: Dot Anderson 283: Jack Smeed 289. ALBERTA AGRICULTURE Paula Zielke 221; Mary Matickuk 218: Don McDowell 281: Alex Szentes 251; Dennis Mikalson 242: Helen McDowell 230; Pat Mikalson 236; Sherry Clark 225. DID fOU MAKE ALBERT GO ON LIKE fOU SAID? SECOND) WEEK 'E DISAPPEARED. Deron Johnson continues torrid pace at the plate B.C. athletes best amateurs OTTAWA (CP) British Columbia swept top honors Saturday night as amateur sport named its top male and female athletes of 1973. Swimmer Bruce Robertson of Vancouver and water skier George Athans of Kelowna were named co-holders of the Norton Crow award given annually to Canada's top male amateur by the Sports Federation of Canada. Robertson won Canada's first world swimming title in more than 50 years last September when he captured the 100-metre butterfly title in .the world aquatic championships in Belgrade. Athans won his second straight world water skiing championship in 1973 with a first-place finish in the slalom and second in the jumping. Karen Magnussen of North Vancouver completed the B.C. sweep by being named Can- ada's top female amateur. Now a professional, Miss Magnussen won the women's world figure skating title in March. Phil Olson of Nanaimo, B.C.. who established a world juvenile record for the javelin in Burnaby last September, was honored as the country's top junior athlete. The top junior female athlete award went to track star Glenda Reiser of Ottawa who set a world record for 1.000 yards indoors and for the outdoor mile. Named Canada's outstanding Indian athlete was boxer Raymond. Rousselot of Betsiamites, Que. He won a Golden Gloves award last year. The federation also honored sportswriter Fred Collins of Winnipeg Tribune, Don Whit- man of CBC sports, Winnipeg, and editor Brian Pound of the Aquatic News Canada, Van- couver, for their contributions to amateur sport. The federation also named 12 newcomers to the Canadian Amateur Athletic Hall of Fame. In the world championships class were named Miss Mag- nusson and Bruce Robertson. Inducted for outstanding performances were Bob Bedard. tennis, Doug Rogers, judo, Dick Birch, badminton, Jimmy Ball, track and field, Jack Purcell, badminton and the late Bernard Schwengers. tennis. In the builders category', the federation inducted Robert Liverpool bounces right back LONDON (Reuter) Liverpool bounced right back into the English Football League title chase today, beating leading Leeds United 1-0. The Liverpool home victory, fought out in front of fans, threw the championship wide open again after Leeds has looked invincible for much of the season. An 83rd-minute goal lashed in by Steve Heighway sunk Leeds and left Liverpool six points behind but with two games in hand. The game revived memories of the corresponding fixtures last season, a breath-taking battle which Liverpool won 2-0 to clinch the title. Before Heighway's late goal, the game had been an even end-to-end affair. Warriors listen to coach, pays off TORONTO (CP) Coach Bob McKillop had a simple message for his University of Waterloo Warriors before they took the ice for a 10- minute overtime period against Sir George Williams University Georgians Saturday. And the Warriors heeded their coach's words and out- scored the Georgians 2-1 in the period to take a 6-5 decision and the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union hockey title. the overtime, t told them they had made a hell of a comeback." McKillop said. "I told them to play sound hockey and don't press too much. 1 said the puck will go in if you're working." The puck went in for the Warriors only 21 seconds after the extra session began when Russ Elliott popped his second goal of the game and the Warriors went up by two goals when Mike Guimond tipped in a shot just over two minutes later for his second goal of the afternoon. Ron Hawkshaw and Bob Madeley got the other goals for the Warriors with Rory McKay. Brian Morin. Marcel e. Maurice Desfosses and Alain Vendette replying for the Georgians. Waterloo, making its first appearance in' a national hockey final, led 2-1 at the end the first period but trailed 3-2 after two. The only reason Waterloo was not leading by a wide margin after the second period was the work of Sir George goaltender Bernie Wolfe, appearing in his final college hockey game. Wolfe, selected as all-Cana- dian goalie and as the game's most valuable player, turned aside all 24 Waterloo drives in the second period and faced 57 shots duruig the game while his team-mates fired 38 at Waterloo's Jake Dupuis. "Let's face it. Wolfe is a good said McKillop. "But we have had to have good goaltending too and when we needed it, we got it. -Jake kept us in the game in that third period." No one really expected either Waterloo or Sir George to put on what fans felt was a good show. In fact no one really expected that Waterloo or Sir George would even be playing for the national crown. People love us for a number of reasons. Here's just one. Zenith 6-6O14. Call toll-free for reservations from anywhere in Alberta. Or ask your travel agent to reserve a room. Downtown Calgary. the Calgary Tower. THE Osborne. Maurice Allan, J. Vernon Pettigrew and Russel Coupland. The ASSOCIATED PRESS Deron Johnson, veteran designated hitter of Oakland Athletics, continued to carry one of his club's hottest spring training bats Saturday by belting a three-run homer in a 16-7 romp over Chicago Cubs. Johnson's blow came in a seven-run third inning against starter Rick Reuschel. It was his fourth homer of the spring. Joe Rudi and Manny Trillo also contributed three-run homers for the Athletics who had 20 hits. George Mitterwald had a three-run homer for the Cubs. In other games, Milwaukee Brewers edged San Diego Padres 6-5; California Angels beat San Francisco Giants 5- 4: New York Yankees defeated Cincinnati Reds 11-5; Texas Rangers dumped the Yankees' B team 8-5; Boston Red Sox outlasted Minnesota Twins 14-10; Detroit Tigers beat Montreal Expos 7-4; Kansas City Royals stopped Chicago White Sox 8-4; Los Angeles Dodgers trimmed Houston Astros 3-1; and the F'hiladelphia-St. Louis game was rained out. Don Money belted a pair of sold home runs and Rob Ellis had one in Milwaukee's victory over San Diego. The Brewers collected 13 hits and have 83 in their last five games. A pinch home run in the eighth inning by Charlie Sands was the difference in Califor- nia's triumph over'San Fran- cisco. Gary Matthews homered for the Giants. Lou Piniella and Bill Sudakis each hit home runs and combined for nine runs batted in as the Yankees came from a 5-0 deficit against Cincinnati. Tony Perez hit a three-run homer for the Reds. Texas right-handers Jim Bibby and Steve Hargan held the Yankees' B team to just one hit over the final six innings. Don Castle's sacrifice fly in the sixth put .the Rangers on top for good. John Kennedy drove in five- runs with a double, two singles and a sacrifice fly for Boston, now 8-1 for the spring. Randy Hundley homered twice for Minnesota. Bill Freehan homered and Jim Northrup knocked in three runs in Detroit's victory. Larry Biittner had three hits for Montreal. John Mayberry drove in five runs with a homer and a double for Kansas City. Mayberry has nine RBIs in his iast seven at-bais. Ron Cey's two-run double in the ninth lifted Los Angeles past Houston. In late games, Pittsburgh Pirates defeated Baltimore Orioles 9-5 and New York Mets downed Atlanta Braves 9-7. Richie Zisk hit a pair of two- run homers and Willie Stargell drove in three more runs with two doubles to lead the Pirates. 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