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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g TUB IFTMBRIDOI HERALD Monday, Ssplembsr II, 1970- Knudson, Devlin Chalk Up Wins It Was A Long Time Without A Victory HO BINS ON, III. (AP) Larry Zicyler look third wi George Knudson, leathery 33- ycar-old Canadian, says his sen- sational. 11-hour, 40-hole mara- Ihon against George Archer lo win (he Robinson Open Golf Classic broke "a seven- inonlh famine bad golf." With Hie second round rained out, llic final day of the tourna- ment was packed inlo 36 holes .Sunday over the Craw- ford County Country Club course, steaming in 90-degree weather. The gangling Archer, without victory since the 1969 Masters, and liie gritty Canadian golfer who had not won sin-ce taking the Phoenix and Tucson opens in succession in 10C8, were in tlie same threesome for the en- tire day. And both were victory hungry. "I've found out what I've been doing wrong since Ihe Bob Hope tournament in said Knudson after it was all over. "But I'm not going to say what. "I've won 10 tournaments in nine years on the tour, and in all but one I've had to come off the pace. So this one was no- tlu'ng new. However, I didn't ex- pect to win like I with such a fine player as George Archer missing a short putt." AIlCIlER TAKES LEAD Archer took a three-stroke lead over Knudson with a morn- ing 68 for 202 while Knudson hail a 69. Then Knudson caught fire. He had six birdies on the front side starling the last round, on putts ol up lo 20 feet and a 30-foot chip that went in. His 29, lo Archer's fine 32, Lied them at the 63-hole mark. Knudson went ahead with a two-foot birdie putt on the I2th and remained that way until the rolling 17th. His second shot from a severe downhill lie left him short and he went over par as Archer paired. The two were square. They parted the short 18th, Knudson ending with a blister- ing 63 and Archer with 66 for 16-under totals of 260. Into Lhe sunset they went for the first prize. They halved the 19th in regu- lation. Archer had to make a great trap shot lo match Kmid- son's par on Ihe short 20th, An other fine recovery from a trap gave Archer a birdie on the long 21st as Knudson reached in two for his cinch four. KNUDSON MAKES PAR On the 410-yard 22nd, both were on in regulation, Archer 25 feet away and Knudson 14 Archer three putted, missing from about two ieet on liis las try. Knudson had a cool par four, and the marathon was over. Archer collected for second. Dave Keon Quits Leafs TORONTO (CP) Dave Keon, Toronto's most consis- tent scorer in the National Hockey League during the last JO years, quit the Maple Leafs Sunday, citing contract ne- gotiations as his reason. "If things were progressing favorably I would have said the 30-year-old centre after chatting briefly with Leafs' general manager Jim Gregory at Maple Leaf Gardens. "I have no said Keon. "All 1 know is I won't be at practice tomorrow." Keon wouldn't comment on what Leafs had offered, but Harold Ballard, Gardens' vice- president, has been quoted as saying Keon is seeking 000 to play this year. Keon later confirmed the figure. League president Stafford Smythe had expressed displea- sure with Keon's holdout. "He thinks we'll trade him if we don't come up with what he said Smyth1? recently when asked if he thought Keon was bluffing. "That's what he thinks." Ubriaco Tries Coaching Duties SAULT STE. MARIE. Ont. fCP) Gene Ubrinco, 33, util- ity player witli Chicago Black Hawks, today announced his re- tirement from the National Hockey League to become a university hcckoy coach. Ubriaco said he has joined the coaching staff of Lake Superior State College at Sault S'le. Marie, Mich., where he will as- .' in coaching Ihe varsity team. lie has also enrolled as a student. 271. Gricr Jones and Hal Under- wood were next at Z7-I, one stroke ahead of Mason lludolph, J. C. Sncad and Charlie Sifford. At 27G were Deane Beman, Dave Eichelberger. Hale Irwin and Bert Weaver. Toronto's Gary Bowerman was also in the money, collect- ing for his 280 total. Wilf Homcnuik of Winnipeg had 285 and Ben Kern of Oakville, Ont., 28G and finished out of the money. Bob Panasiuk of Windsor, Ont., [ailed to survive the 36- hole cut Saturday. Meanwhile at PorLmamoek, Ireland Bruce Devlin, 32-year- old Australian golf star, picked up a cheque for today and said: "Well, dial's how lucky you can get if you con- quer the winds and Lho rain of Ireland." Devlin won the prize money over Porlninrnoclt's par-72 course by conquering the winds from Uie Irish Sea and the rain that plagued the Alcan Golfer-of-the-Year slu'p. champion- Bob Rosburg of WiDthrop, Me. finished second with a score of strokes behind Dev- lin. He collected for that effort. Devlin picked up his cheque will) a 72 hole score of 69-71-70- Lee Trevino, El Paso, Tex., Neil Coles, England, and Peter Oosterhuis, England, all had 287s lo win Jackie Ickx Leads Way MONT TREMBLANT, Quc. (CP) Jackie Ickx, a 26-year- old Belgian wlio drives for the Italian Ferrari motor-racing team, won the Grand Prix of Canada Sunday and moved a notch closer to a world title he seemed reluctant to accept. For the first 32 of tlie SO laps around twisting, bumpy Lo Cir- cuit, Iclc; trailed reigning world champion Jackie Stewart whose faster Tyrrell Fdrd was gaining a second a lap on the Belgian. Then the Scot's front stub1 axle broke ajid Ickx look the lead, never to be headed. If Ickx wins the remaining two events of the globe-trotting I3-raco series for Formula I cars, he can take the world driver's title. Until his death early this month while practising for the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, German driver Jochen Rintlt seemed headed for the title. He had amassed 45 points with five Grand Prix wins. Just behind were Stewart and Australian Jack Brabham with 25 points apiece. But Stewart's mechanical trouble and Brab- ham's failure to finish in a car of his own design shut them both out. With his Canadian win, Ickx now has 28 points. If he wins the Oct. 4 Grand Prix of the United Stales at Watkins Glen, N.Y., and the Mexico Grand Prix Oct. 25, he can just make it. Championship points are awarded for the first six finish- ers in any race on a 9-6-4-3-2-1 basis. TABLE RITE RED BRAND ROUND STEAK FREEZER SPECIAL! RED AND BLUE BRAND Hinds of Beef 100-125 lb., cut and wrapped lb. FREEZER SPECIAL! RED AND BLUE BRAND Sides of Beef 200-300 lb., cut and wrapped lb. 58' One of 2 MOTO SKI Capri 295 CONTEST RULES: Simply place your name, address and phone num- ber on the back of an IGA sales slip and mail to Box 1236, Edmonton, Alberta. Contest closes Sat., Oct. 10th, 1970. SUN RYPE R. L. APPLE JUICE Fu TABLE RITE RED BRAND RUMP ROAST ;ss, NO WAS 109 BONELESS, NO WASTE Sirloin or Club Steak Table Rite Red Brand Steer Beef Steakettes Pork Roast .29 Burns Beef, 4-oz. servings......... lb. Picnic style, hock on 1 69' 39' FREEZER SPECIAL! TABLE RITE YOUNG Sides of Pork 55-65 lb., cut and wrapped lb. 48-oz. TINS 14-or. tint HUNT'S WHOLE Tomatoes 2-59" Coffee Mate iaf V19 Cottage Rolls 95" Burns, Fully cooked lb. Wieners Gainers All Beef Mb. pkg. 59" Sausage Rolls 39" Ranch Hand pastry wrapped 1-lb. pkg. Bacon Premium, Lazy Maple, Apple- wood, Sidfl lb. 95" PACIFIC 15-ci. tins Evtip. Milk for Tea Scones McGavins Pkg. of 8 33c IGA DAIRY SPECIALS HUNTS SLICED OR HALVES PEACHES 14-oz. Green Giant Cream Corn or Peas 14-oz. !ins for York Sweet TOP VALU FCY. L.G. Rice 49' Mb. pkg. Margarine Moms colored, Parch. Wrop Mb. pkg. Orange Juice _ Alpha Creamed Honey 2-lb. tub 65' KRAFT SMOOTH Peanut Butter 63' 19-ai, far Cheese Slices Cheese Cheddar Cheese ineese QA for 07t 39c ,b. 69c Krnfl Crocker Barrel Medium 12.01. Baby Powder Schick Super Stainlen John ,49c 14-oz. tin 70C Anacin 60 69c Hair Conditioner 1.09 6-oz. bottle I .59 Asst. Flavours Jello 3-oi. pkgs. Tampons, Keg. or Ultra 40s 1 Baby Foods -rr 6 69' ALPHA SKIM POWDER Inst. Milk 3-Ib. pkg...... 1 PURITAN VEGETABLE OR TOMATO SOUP 10-ei. TINS Heinz Strained or Junior IGA FROZEN FOODS YORK Spaghetti irnato Sauce, 14-oz. 2.. 39" In Tomato Sauce, 14-oz. tins Strawberries Berrylqnd 15-oz. pkgs. High liner Sole 16-oi. pkg 89c 79c Waffles French Fries Fraservaie2-ib. pk Vegetables 2 Kernel Corn KELLOGG'S Cereal 3 varieties 2 IGA TABLE FRESH PRODUCE FOR BETTER MEALS 55c KING SIZE DETERGENT SURF 10-oz. NABOB WEST Inst, Coffee SUNLIGHT Liquid Detergent 24-ai. boMla DELSEY Tissue colors, 6 roll pcick 85' CANADA FANCY Peaches CANADA NO. 1 Celery CANADA NO. 1 Turnips CANADA NO. 1 Carrots Parsnips 3-lb. basket Firm, crisp slalks lb. Firm and fresh lb 3-lb. poly bag Mb. bag 89' 29' CANADA NO. POTATOES 10 lb, bag CANADA NO. 1 ONIONS lb. ;