Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Player finishes takes Thomas tourney MEMPHIS Masters champion Gary Player capped a comeback with a birdie from a swept past Hubert Green and won the Danny Thomas-Memphis golf tournament Sunday with a Hanna named Fla. Former Cleveland Crusaders star John Hanna confirmed Saturday a report that he'll become coach of the World Hockey Association team next season. is a step in the right Hanna told WTLV- TV in where he coached _the Crusaders' farm the Barons of the Ameri- can Hockey League. very happy about my new he said. The Cleveland Plain Dealer had reported in Saturday edi- tions that Hanna would return to Cleveland next week to re- place Bill Needham. Hanna said the announcement of his new position was to have been made public Tuesday. The Plain Dealer said would receive a one-year contract for Hanna confirmed the length of the contract but said the salary was too low. He would not further discuss the pact. Hanna said he would be in Cleveland next week for WHA meetings and would be moving to the city in mid- June. they did not finish very well this year in the American I feel fully capable of taking over the Cleveland he talent there is super and Cleveland is a great hockey SCORES KNOCKOUT MEXICO CITY Rafael Herrera retained the World Boxing Council of the world bantamweight title Saturday when he knocked out fellow Mexican Romeo Anaya in the sixth round of their light. final round of 67. Player put together a four- round total of under par on the wet and heavy course. The South four strokes back when the day's play started in a drizzling collected from the total purse of after scoring the 18th American triumph of his career. who took the lead in the second round and held it until Player holed his dramatic sand shot for a birdie on the 12th hole of the final had to settle for a share of second at two shots behind. a two-time winner this slipped to a one- overpar 73 and was tied with Lou who had a closing 70. Bob Tom Watson and Don Bies were next at 276. Watson managed a Bies had a 70 despite a double bogey on the final hole and Wynn took a Ben Kern of only Canadian to qualify for the final 36 shot a 75 Sunday to finish with a 293 total and earn Dave the 1973 champion and a four-time winner of this wasn't in it after the first round. He took a 74 and was well back at 284. Lee Trevino blew to a last round 76 and a 288 total. Many of the game's leading Johnny Tom Weiskopf and Arnold to skip this event that is sandwiched in between two designated events in which they are required to play. who had 66s in each of the first two simply couldn't get it going in the weather that ranged from two hours of windy drizzle to about two hours of warming sunshine. He matched one birdie with a bogey over the front nine while the Player closed within two shots with birdies on the fourth and seventh holes. Player also began a birdie string on the 10th got an- other on the llth almost holed a shot from a bunker back of the green for a deuce on the 12th. That gave him sole control of the lead with Green just one shot behind. Masters Memphis Gary Player finished strong to win the Danny Thomas Open Race results EDMONTON Northlands Park race results First 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Jellico 33.10 21.50 13.60 Flag Reaction 10.50 8.40 Miss Joact 5.80 3160B On Cold Lake at quiet hum of Johnson's new 9.9 hp fails to disturb the morning's stillness. Miles of water teeming with game fish. A paradise for skilled anglers seeking the. And Johnson is right there with them. With two all-new '74 electric starting outboards.The 9.9 hp and 15 modern miracles of miniatur- ization that demonstrate why Johnson is preferred by most fishermen. The 9.9 will push the average fourteen loaded down with a couple of fishermen and their up to 16 m.p.h.The 15 hp will push the same load 20 m.p.h. Both are a trim which makes them more compact than comparable competitive electric starting outboards. 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Little Contessa also ran. Third two year old furlongs Sour Dough Bill 6.80 4.20 3.00 Jay's Pink Baby 4.00 2.80 Champagne Time 2.90 Summer D'Amour. Gracious Host Also ran. Fourth four year olds and up. 6 furlongs Frenesi 5.80 3.40 2.70 Hey Joker 5.40 3.50 Spanish Gold 3.50 Celtic Plot. Doohn If By Chance also ran. Fifth three year 6 furlongs Cagey Max 23.90 9.90 7.30 Calgary's Princess 5.00 3 50 Orange Moon 8.80 Time Rimrock Gal. Polynesian Papa.. Fifty Hillside Hero also ran. Sixth 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Naval Convoy 9.30 450 2.70 Perfect Host 7.30 3.40 Uncle Smoothie 2.60 Sheba's Roly Hard To Know also ran. Seventh S2.100. claiming. 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Klondike Princess 10.80 6.30 4.50 Fast Market 8.70 5.10 Airdrie Bob 3.20 War Alberta Rose. Gemation. Flying Speed. Rina. Charlesworthy also ran. Eighth 33.700 Northern Alberta Handicap. 4 year olds and up. six furlongs Timber Topper 38.50 12.30 5.20 Cypress Cove 27.00 7.60 Major Presto 4.90 track Eagle's Chief Tecumseh. Edie's Prize. Sunwapla also ran. Ninth S1.700. claiming. 4 year olds and 6 lurlongs Mr. Murphy 13.20 5.40 7.50 Eric's Own 10.20 7.50 Khamite 7.10 Rullamorn. Midnight Kavalier. Two P.M.. Kaps Call also ran. Selwood inks new contract Mass. Defenceman Brad Selwood has signed a multi-year contract with the World Hockey Association New England a team official said Saturday. Terms of the new pact were not disclosed. a native of was the first-round draft choice of the National Hockey League Toronto Maple Leafs in the 1968 amateur draft. We make it because we believe you want an affordable car with a lot more put into it than just good looks. And our Buyer Protection Plan puts a lot more behind it. Back Them Better Because We Build Them Better 'Serving You Over a Quarter of a Century'