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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - June 4, 1971, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinning feb hubs Friday. June 4, 1971 45 Doreen Ehman sales and Public relations manager at the Northstar inn willingly donates a leg to some anxious trainers attending the Canadian ath Letic trainers association annual symposium at the inn this weekend. Scathing the lady in bandages Are from left Sandy Archer of Saskatchewan roughriders Cordie Mackie convention Host and head Trainer at the University of Manitoba and Chuck Badcock of the Blue bombers. Tennis finals Here Winnipeg will be the scene of the 1971 Canadian closed Tennis championships according to a recent decision of the Canadian Lawn Tennis association. Since the turn of the Century Winnipeg has held Many major Tennis events the most recent being the pan am games in 1967 and the North Section american zone Davis cup ties in 1970 when Canada downed in turn Commonwealth Caribbean and new zealand to reach the finals. In 1913 Canada entered the Davis cup Competition for the first time and h. G. Maynes of Winnipeg was a member of the Canadian team who reached Thi final and played at wimbleton against the United states team in 1921 Winnipeg again was the forefront of Tennis by hav ing both Paul Bennett an George d. Homes on the Davi cup team. Grey owl gang gives two hoots by Dallas Beck Wasagaming staff when 800 legitimate golfers and the usual full complement of press radio and television hackers teed off Here this morning they found mat a ittle bit of Luck was just As valuable As a Good Golf shot. The occasion is the Lith annual Grey owl tournament and Seldom in the previous 10 years has the Field found this picturesque Par 72 course in such poor condition. The trouble is mainly with the greens where Winter kill has made a Patchwork of the first nine greens and Only on the Back nine which is More secluded Are conditions what could be considered favourable. This however does not Dampen the enthusiasm for the annual Labatos sponsored funnest. Draw master Alex Ferguson of Minnedosa experienced the usual overflow of entries again this year and thursday evening As the and Vance guard prepared for the three Day grind he said that he had received Only 11 cancellations but these of course were quickly filled from a waiting list of 49 peo ple. Defending Champion of the Grey owl and doing so for the third time is Jimmy Doyle of Winnipeg Elmhurst. The defending press radio and to Champion is Bruce Fenton of the Brandon Sun. The big Field is spread Over three Days of play. The championships Are. Based on 36 holes with competitors playing their qualifying rounds either today or saturday and their second rounds after being flighted either Satur Day or sunday. By John Gamow Carnoustie Scotland a american Walker cup players past and present Cap ured half the Quarter final berths of the British Amateur Golf championship thursday while England s Mike Benallack was upset in his bid for a ourth straight title. Tom Kite jr., Steve Melnyk Rozelle clears Namath again new York a for the second time in two years Joe Namath has cleared himself of any involvement in the manage ment of bachelors Iii to the satisfaction o f commissioner Pete Rozelle of the National football league. Jim Kensil executive director of the nil said thursday he had talked with Namath s Law yer Jimmy Walsh and been assured that Namath no longer is part of the management of the new York East Side lounge. Walsh had been quoted As saying new York jets controversial quarterback continued As part of the Over All management unit of the four bachelors Iii around the country. But Walsh told Kensil Joe s involvement with bachelors Iii in new York is purely one that any franchise owner in a Chain would have in the operation of other franchises in the Chain even though the other franchises Are owned by other per last week waitresses at the new York club went on strike and Namath went to work behind the bar and then prompted the investigation b the commissioner s office when he said the strike was cause by changes we plan to Mak in the operation. Namath and bachelors ii were first involved in an investigation by Rozelle s office to years ago when the commissioner told Namath to sell i interest in the establishment because of undesirable custom ers who frequented the place Namath refused and announce his retirement from pro foot a before finally giving in. Americans claim four Quarter final berths and Jim Simons current Walker cup team mates and or. Edgar Updegraff a team member eight Yean ago entered Friday s round of eight with two scotsmen an Irish Man and a briton. Updegraff 49, of Tucson ariz., who won in overtime thursday morning took a 20 minute lunch break then scored a 65 for openers gives Miller Lead Atlanta a Young John Miller snapped out of a to month slump with a Briliant seven under Par 65 and stormed into the first round Lead in the Atlanta Golf classic thursday. Wildlife affiliates on Rise the Ever growing Manitoba wildlife federation added an other affiliate thursday night. A Large number of area sportsmen gathered at the East Meadows ranch to hear guest speaker federation executive director Paul Murphy. Murphy spoke on Environ mental problems need for improved landowner relations and emphasized the moral responsibility of All sportsmen in ensuring that future generations will have wildlife to enjoy. He stressed the need for unified action by All Manitoba sportsmen. Following a question period a motion to form the Lakeshore wildlife association was. Unanimously approved. Officers elected were pres ident de Sigurdson Oak Point vice president Lawrence King East Meadows Secretary trea surer Bob Harris Clark Leigh and a five Man Board of directors Dave Chartrand Oak to i n t Bill Foster lunar Pete Hiebert Clark Leigh Clarence Jeffery and Ray Mil Lar of Oak Point. A membership Campaign Cov ering the entire South Lak Manitoba area from lunar to St. Laurent is now underway it is expected to result in a Strong conservation minded re Gio Nal sportsmen group. Miller 24, held a two stroke Ead Over Jack Miklaus head ing a group of four at 67. He was tied at 67 with Ray Floyd former . Open Champion or Ville Moody and Dave Eichel Berge. Lee Trevino headed a Large group at 68 that also included Gardner Dickinson Bob Lunn Jim Colbert Jim Dent Rod curl and Rookie Bob Barbaros a. South african Gary player and masters Champion Charles Coody were in the group at 69. Defending Champion Tom Aaron was Well Back at 71. And Dave Hill had his troubles Over the Hilly Par-72 at Lanta county club course As he ared an 81. Among the canadians entered Ken Fulton Montreal had a 70, Wilf Humenuik Winnipeg 71, Ben Kern Toronto 74 and George Knudson Toronto 75. Tiger ettes tin Winnipeg Tiger ettes behind the pitching of Bev Brough beat Cusac blues 14-8 thursday in a Winnipeg senior a women s fastball league game. A convincing 4 and 3. Victory Over Ireland s Joe Carr. Carr whose 20-year-old son Roddy made the final eight also is 49 years old and twice a British Champion. Benallack who had won the title five times including an unprecedented three straight in 1968-69-70, was upset in the morning round when Mike sch Witz of South Africa took the match 4 and 3. But Schwitz a 28-year-old lawyer was a 4 and 2 victim of scottish Walker cup player Hugh Stuart in the after noon. Thus England s Only Hope for Victory is Peter Moody who advanced with a 4 and 3 verdict Over j. K. Milvor of Scotland. Kite a 21-year-old University of Texas student from Mckin Ney tex., entered the Quarter finals with 2 and 1 victories Over scotsmen Walter Black in the morning and Ian Ritchie after lunch. On the Par 72 Carnoustie layout Kite was seven under Par Over All which he termed pretty fair Melnyk the former . Amateur Champion from Jackson Ville fla., Defeated John Glover of Ireland 2 and 1, then scored a 3 and 1 Victory Over David Marsh of Scotland in the after noon. In today s morning matches Stuart who ousted John Farquhar of Amarillo tex., 3 and 2 in the fourth round will meet Simons. Young Carr will face Kite Hugh Campbell or Scotland who advanced with a 3 and 2 fifth round Victory Over Warren Humphreys of England will face Moody while an All american match will pit Mel Nyk against Updegraff. The Semi finals will be played this afternoon and the 36-Hole final saturday. 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