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BLAIR HANGS ON TO WIN AT WYOMING OPEN

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Golfer Jim Blair of Sandy, Utah, lost two strokes on his nearest competitor on the last four holes here Sunday but still managed a 67 for a three-day total of 197 and the $5,000 championship of the Wyoming Open golf tournament.

Blair, who shot a 63 on the opening day Friday and led throughout, was followed by Steve Gotsche, of Great Bend, Kan., who also had a 67 amidst the rain and tornado warnings of Cheyenne on Sunday, but finished one stroke back at 198.Blair led Gotsche by one stroke going into Sunday's round, and the two were tied after only two holes. Gotsche birdied the first two holes while Blair managed a birdie only on the second.

Barry Conser, of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Matt Potter, of Lakewood, Colo., each shot 66 on Sunday to finish tied for third at 199.

And in Roosevelt, University of Utah junior Marty Romney fired a 7-under-par 65 to win the 1990 Roosevelt Open Saturday.

Romney, whose round included eight birdies and one bogey, finished three strokes ahead of first-place pro, Bruce Summerhays. Summerhays, the pro at the new Homestead Golf Course, shot a 68. Amateur Bryan Summerhays tied at third with pros Bruce Brockbank Jr. of Gladstan Golf Course and Roy Christensen of Spanish Oaks.