Warren Times-Mirror and Observer from Warren, Pennsylvania on May 1, 1971 · Page 9
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Warren Times-Mirror and Observer from Warren, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Warren, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, May 1, 1971
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Warren Times Mirror and Observer, Saturday, May 1,1971 PAGE 9 Barber, Green Take Lead Trevino Leaves Tourney NEW ORLEANS (AP)- Defending champion Miller Barber and rookie Hubert Green vaulted into a share of the second-round lead in the $125,000 Greater New Orleans Open Golf Tournament Friday while Lee Trevino pulled out. The paunchy, 40-year-old Berber had the day’s best round, a five-under-par 67 that was fired before gusty winds locked up, for a 36-hole total of 137. He was tied at that figure, seven under on the 7,080-yard Lakewood Country Club course, with Green, who had a second- round 69 The pair held a one-stroke lead over Kermit Zarley and veteran Jacky Cupit, one of the first-round leaders, Zarley had a 71 and Cupit shot a 73. which included a bogey on the final hole that knocked him out of a tie for the lead Lou Graham, who was tied for the first-round lead, had even more difficulty on his finishing Scotty Quits Bowman NHL Blues ST. LOUIS (AP) — William "Scotty” Bowman resigned FViday as coach and general manager of the St Louis Blues, ending a four season honeymoon in the National Hockey League. “lam resigning in the best interests of the hockey club,” the 38-year-old Bowman said at a news conference. ‘‘You can’t tingle out one thing that brought this about, and there are some confidences I will never reveal The tempestuous Bowman, who first assumed control of the Blues in November 1967, during their maiden NHL season, turned coaching duties over to defenseman A1 Arbour to start the 1970-71 season Blueberry Ladies Open Golf Season The ladies of Blueberry Hill Golf Course will open their ■eason on Tuesday, May 4th with a round of golf and dinner at the club. The ladies are asked to form their own foursomes, and regular play will begin the following week on May 11. Mrs. Richard Dentler along with her committee of Mrs. Robert Werner, Mrs. Evelyn Carlson, and Mrs. Richard Miller are in charge of dinner arrangements. Mrs. George Irvin will serve as the 1971 chairman of the Blueberry Hill Women’s Association with Mrs. Charles Irvin as vice-chairman, and Mrs. Dorothy Bufton as Secretary-Treasurer. Mrs. Irvin has announced the following chairman of committees: Mrs. James Potter, Handicap; Mrs. Clayton Kyler, Ringer Board; Mrs. Dwight Silzle, rules; Mrs. Gladys Taylor, finance; Mrs. Louis Vescio, trophy; Mrs. Cliff Graham, invitational; and Mrs. Glenn Valentine and Mrs. Gabriel Chimenti, junior league. Warren County Open representatives from Blueberry Hill are Mrs. Cliff Graham, Mrs. Louis Vescio, and Mrs. Robert Lundberg. The tournament will be played on June 25 at Blueberry. Tournament chairmen from May 4 to July 13 are Mrs. Gary Ettinger, Mrs. Eugene Pring, Mrs. William Reider, and Mrs. Emerson Honhart. Chairmen from July 13 to September 28 will be Mrs. Cliff Graham, Mrs. Robert Lundberg, Mrs. Albert Book, and Mrs. Howard Ladner. Blueberry women golfers are planning to invite women golfers from other local courses to play at Blueberry, and a committee to entertain these visitors is comprised of Mrs. Frank Wood, Mrs. G. M. Stenberg, Mrs. Gilbert Lawson, Mrs. L. J. Farr, Mrs. Ernest EUberg, Mrs. Ray Stearns, and Mrs. Shurl Glass. The closing dinner will be arranged by Mrs. Howard Ladner and her committee of Mrs. Blair Logan, Mrs. Sam Caruso, and Mrs. Robert Dietsch. He reassumed command Feb. 7,however, and was at the helm as the club finished second in the NHL’s west division, then lost to Minnesota 4 games to 2 in a first-round Stanley Cup playoff. hole He took a triple-bogey seven for a 75-10 strokes higher than his round Thursday—for a 140. Tied at 139 were John Lotz, Puerto Rican veteran Chi Chi Rodriguez. George Johnson and Larry Ziegler. Lotz had a 69, Rodriguez 73 and Ziegler and Johnson each 71s Trevino, winner of the Tallahassee Open last week, and one of the pretournament favorites for the $25,000 first prize here, picked up and left after shooting a 39 on the front side He was five-over-par for the tournament at that point. “TTiere is no point in me standing around out there and getting in the way of a man who's playing good," said Trevino •‘Ttiis course has eaten my lunch for four years in a row but 111 be back and I’ll beat it yet,” It took a score of 144, even par. to make the cut for the final two rounds Saturday and Sunday. Rangers Resting For Sunday Finale NEW YORK (AP)- The New York Rangers were granted a day off Friday by their boss, Emile Francis. “Nope.” said Francis, mercifully, “no workout Friday. Look at the clock. They’ve already worked enough for Friday.” It wasn’t quite Friday—just two minutes shy of midnight— when Pete Stemkowski’s sudden death goal in the third overtime period gave the Rangers a pulsating 3-2 victory over Chicago in the sixth game of the National Hockey League Stanley Cup semifinal playoff. The victory sent the series back to Chicago for Sunday afternoon’s nationally televised seventh and deciding game and the two clubs will have to put on some show to top Thursday night’s marathon. “It was,” said a drained Francis afterwards, “the finest game I’ve ever seen the New York Rangers play.” It also was almost the longest. 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