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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Centennials Earn Tie On Rota's Late Marker CASPER DIDN'T NKD THIS IN PlAYOFF-Billy. Casper went- to his knees Sunday to beg a puH to go in. Had the putt gone in Casper would have wrapped up the Masters tourney. putt looked into the hole and out forcing Casper into a playoff with Gene Urller Monday. ft was no contest, Casper didn't have lo beg any putts as he fired o three-under 69 for a five-stroke win. Littler No Match For Tlie Red-Hot Casper First Four Holes Told The Story EDMONTON (CP) A goal by Raody Rota, his of the game, at of the third period gave Calgary Ceoteiv nlals a 5-5 lie with. Edmonton Oil Kings in a Western Canada Hockey Lsaguc playoff game Monday night. the tie left Cwtennials with a 2-1 Jtad in UK beet of nine Western division Dual. The fifth game in I be aeries fe sched- uled for Calgary'Friday night. Brian Walker also "scored two goals for the Cerieaiials and Allan Rycroft added the other before faac. Randy Wyro- zub got two goals for Edmcoton and Grant Evans, Bob McAn- eeley and Ron Jones shared the others. Jones abo picked up tin assists. Edmonton led 2-1 after the tint period and took a 4-1 lead early in Ihe second period. The Centennials ralbed with three unanswered goals, two on pbw er plays, before the period end ed. Wyromb's goal at the 15-min- ute mark of the third peria gave Edmonton a 5-4 lead bu Rota tied fte score with goalie Ed Dyek of the Centennials nc the beach for an extra attacker Edmonton goalie Ian WUki stepped 28 shots, including 1 in the second period, while Dye made 14 saves. Referee Jutes Swick of Sas- katoon issued 10 minor pena ties, six to Edmonton, handed out a major to each team. Meanwhile, Doug Kerslake the Oil Kings has been suspen ed for hn> games and Bill Hun er, manager and coach of EX monton, has been fined 1150. Ron Butliri, president of the e s t e r n Canada Hockey ague made the announce-' wot Monday. Koslake received three tecking penalties pint a match Knatty for checking apd etberalely attempting to in- ure in Sunday's gane in Cat- ;ary against the Centennials, said. Butlin said he had severely reprimoBded Kerslake in a tol- tbone covers a t i o n Monday and advised him the league AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) Billy I three times as many fine golf- Casper tipped his listeners about the result of the Masters' playoff Monday 50 minutes be- fore it began. "Gene Littler played better golf at age 19. than he does said Casper, the game's one-time fat boy. "Me? I get better with age." Four holes after the two-man playoff for the Masters golf title began, Casper had proved his point. It was all but. over. Cas- per was ahead by four' strokes and all LitUer did on the back nine was make it a bearable afternoon for late-tuning televi- customers. Casper shot a 69 and won his first Masters. He wore the famed coat of green. Littler bad a 74 and wore short sleeves. "Winning the U.S. Open is ftill the No. 1 accomplishment for said Casper. "But this is a close second." Casper's playoff win was good for a cheque and Ihe green jacket that some profes- sionals says can be worth as much as in endorse- ments and other commercial deals. Casper won the U.S. Opens of 1959 and 1966, beating Arnold Palmer in a come-from-behind playoft in the latter. He' has never won the PGA champion- ship or the British Open, but has joined Palmer and Jack Nicklaus as golfs only mUlioo- aires. "A grand slam today is im- next to said Casper. "H was something 20 or 30'years ago, but there are Will Jackson Come Out Of Retirement? OTTAWA (CP) Officials ovhsre I once hit eight irons. It makes a new ball game." ANDY CAPP game. Jackson rclirerl last season AtWtffS LOOK'S SMAR WHEN'E GOES oi Bob Kasting To Perform Swim Team Official after quarlerbacking Ottawa Rough Riders to their second straight Grey Cup victory. Gary Schreidcr, head of the players union and Ot- tawa player; said the decision is up to Jackson. But there's little doubt the game, first all-star contest since December, 1958, in Hamilton, would get a shot in the arm from a Jackson appearance. Schr. eider fold a news confer- ence the players hops to make the game an anmfal one hut that the Ottawa game must get these hopes off lo flying start. The Ottawa club diajvs an av- erage fans for exhibition games. "Our job will be to sell the other seats to make H a he said. The game pits Ottawa against an all-star team selected from the tight other CFL cities. The from each of the other eight be cho- sen by CFL coaches and an- counccd May 9 or 10. Jack Gotta, who succeded Clair as Ottawa coach, will handle Riders. Eagle Kcyes of Saskatchewan Roughrldcrs will coach the all-stars. Proceeds tf the game will go Into the pension fund of Ihe players, MONTREAL (CP) Four- teen women and 17 male swim- mers were named today as part of the Canadian team which will compete in the British Common- wealth'Games in Edinburgh, Scotland, this summer. Named lo the women's team were: Shirley CaziW, Leslie Cliff, Sylvia Dockerill, Donna- Marie Gurr, Karen James and Jeanne Warren, all of Vancou- ver; Rene Robs Sandra Smith and Susan Smith, all of Edmonton; Lesley Booth of St. Catharines, Onl, Angela Cough- Ian of Burlington, Orft., Linda Hall of Gimb, Man., Shirley Roulston of Burnaby, B.C., and Toronto's Jane Wright. The men's learn members in- clude: John' Haves, Peter Cross and Tom Arusoc, all of Pointe Claire, Brian O'Sullivan, Hon Jacks, PeUsr Harrower and Ken Campbell of Vancouver; Toronto's Cliff Parson, Erik Fish of Medicine Hat, Alia. Ralph Hutton of Ocean Falls B.C., Bill Kennedy of Ont., Byron MocDonald of Po'rl Credit, Ont., Bob Hastings o: Uthbridgo, Alia., Bill Manonej of New Westminster, B.C., Ed monion's George Smith nm Brad Slotey ami Mike Whilakcr both of Calgary. COACH TEAM The Canadian Commonwealth Association also announced lha Dr. Bert Taylor of Edmonlo1 will servo as coacli tf tli wrestling Usam while Jim Tri unoe of Winnipeg will be man- ager of Ihe team. 'In addition the coach and manager as well as the team members of ths Badminton quad were announced. Channarong Ratanseangsuang of Calgary will serve as coach of Ihe team with Allan Fitipa- rick of Montreal manager. Team members are: Jamie Paulsen of Calgary, Yves Par and Pat Moody both of Mon Ireal, Toronto's Dave Charro Nancy McKinley and Marg Shedd, and Bruck Rollick, Ro Paterson, Alison Ridgway aix Judy Rollick all of Vancouver. The appointments were a proved at a meeting of the C nadian Commonwealth lion Sunday, Despite his words about Lit- er's golfmg prowess as a th, Casper1 Gene is a great player iday, but as a teen-ager he as marvelous. If you think he. trikes it solid now, you shoul'l liave seen him then. He used to me good." Lilller smiled through his ejection at his closest brush ith Masters glory. 11 was his 7th try and still DO green cket. "I never made a putt of more nan four feel until the last he said. "When you give our quick shots away to ayer like Billy, you're usually ead. I was." Littler said pressure was of :tle meaning in the showdown created when both shot nine-rav er par 279s in'the tournament iroper which wound up Sunday. "1 got so far' behind I didn't Line to gel Littler said, "f lought I might have a chance I'd beaten Casper on the 16ih, Hit he birdied and 1 was fin- shed." not tolerate any contiBu-1 Ihe referoe. of Ihis type of conduct. Butlin added that in WCHL playoff quarter finals against Swilf Curreat Broncos and in the first three James of the series against Calgary, Ker- slake had received IS cnctv chedonf penalties. Butlin said he fined Hunter for "certain gestures" made to- ward league officials at'tbt end cf the. Sunday game if Cal- gary and described the gestures as questioning the otfifTij of Miami Loses Draft Pick NEW YORK (AP) Balti- more Colts wul get Miami Dot- hhis1 first-round choice in the 971 National Football League raft because the Dolphins have xen found guilty'of tampering with bead coach Don Sbula, who moved from Baltimore to Miami Feb. IS. Pete R o i e 11 football commissioner, dropped the bomb on the Dolphins Mon- day when be ruled Miami bid violated the tampering ruta. Shula, a 40-year-oW former defensive back whose Colts were upset by New York Jets in the 1969 Super Bowl, was of- fered part ownership as well as a five-year contract at a year for making the move. ELRICH TIRE LTD, SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LIAGUE EM L ret en 2 Pittsburgh SI. LOCH Montreal .193 JOB Gruerin Hit With Fine ATLANTA, Ga. {AP) 3oach Richie Guerin of Atlanta Hawks was fined Monday tight by the National Basketball Association after he threatened at a news conference that if of- Iriating follows the pattern set Sunday, "thereTI be a lot of Mood spilt on that floor." Commissioner Walter Ken- ledy announced Ihe fine in New fork saying it is "inconceiva- >Ie" that any coach would make such'a threat. After the. Hawks lost the opener in the Western Division inals to Los Angeles Lakers Sunday 119-115, Guerin charged that the 'officials deliberately protected Elgin Baylor and Jerry West of the Lakers. "If that's the way the officials are going to call the game, Bay- lor and West be around jo shoot 18 or 20 Guerin said Monday. "We're preparing ourselves for everything. I don't mean just basketball, hut everything. If they want lo fight then, we want to get involved in that too." Bowling Highs IOWL FRIDAY SCHOOLS Baden Pilling iMt Kim Kovacl 277 Ted Slusar al Nadine Kwaa 172; Bob Tlnsrdi Rick 113; Kim Prlndlt 1M; Sanders 1B3. ACT MIXES Jerry Areshenko 309 Norm Tclley.331 (79JI; Ray Nesting 2t3; Jim McGMy Frank Tutlle 371; Marlon Tolley 310 Eleanor Dorl- gattl 15! Ni-a Waialenak 157 Gloria Murkta 2U; Lucy Milltr "M. HOOF AND HORN Jim Thomson 279 Ed Prince 253; Dave Cailson 350; Mike Dxikh 17; Harry Mitchell 2B7; Jean Pataey 278 [7151; Claudia Prince Mary Thomson Ally Carlson 244; Snlr- ey Milchall 233. BANTAMS Lesley TsyV.r Karen Williams 13; Pat Lengyel 17i; Shelly Hanson 83; Cathy Rotertt 16J; Tom Pwsey i9i; Harvle Pocia W; Duana Guiii 214; Michael Snarun 303; Rick Mac- an 173. JUNIORS AND SENIORS Pctl John Davkln 213 Ken Kurtz 210; BacMn Pill- Ing ?H; Melody Ivel 326; Dow Cfcris- lie 2M Carolyn Passey Lin- da V.akomson 324 Randy Joe- venaria 217. YOUNG ADULTS 334 Ken Ken Larson XI Ron Sfnda (7731; Bniee Canli-ld 257; Val Sirixl 7M; Lliida 229; Bev 211; Marie Wasalenak 2M; Helen'Salmon WL SLENDALE IOWL YBC BANTAM! Rodney Kelly Grgn W: David Urban It7; Brian Robinson Rogan Sinclair IM; Anderson 145; Cindy Prirlnl 17S; John Calhoun 190; Lori Hamilton 179; Jerry Arahen- ko Doug Yoimg Pete Gaeh JM. Gecrse MatcMI 3 .447 .447 .571 .571 .su .at JN al CMraoo Clnctrjiltl Atlanta 4 3 ;ar> Diego 4 3 San Francisco t 4 Houslcn.....' 3 -J Los Angeles "I 5 TODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh E7IIH 14 at York Kocsmsn 0-1 Phlladelpn-a Short 14 Ho'lzman 0-1 Montreal Kenko at St. Loula r.Ib- 14 N San Frjmclsxro Robertson 0-1. at At. Nash 14! N San Dleoo Kirby 0-1 It Cincinnati Simpson 14 N Los ArniM Fottar H at Houston Ray 04 N MONDAY'S RESULTS San DklW' 3M S I 1 Cincinnati ttl M OH- I 5 1 __r.torin1 (1-1) Roberts (7) Harbel (I) and Cannluarc; WeGloth1 In (1-1) Carroll (8) and Bench. HR: SD-rDean Let AltteM OM Ml 1 I oat m Me- a 1 Sutton (1-1) and Torborg; Lemasler MbK Charlortetown a leads best c 111 III m- Atlanta -m Mil- 12 Reterser (0-1) Johnson (1) Bryan (4] and D'.tll, Taylor Jarvls 12 PriMy (6) and TMImcn. HR: All AMERICAN LEAOUI Baltimore Detroit Washington Besron New York Cleveland- California Minnesota MlJwaLVee Oakland Kansas City 3 2. 2 Fct GBL '.133 .500 2 .SOO 2 .WO i.on ,nt .at .333 TODAY'S CAMES Brabendtr 0-1 al Oak ind'Downfnc .04 N Chicago Horien 0-1r at Calitoml WrloM 14 N Cleveland Hind 01 at Detroit I M Washington'Krimt H al (ammor Palmer 04 N New York PeMnm 14 at Boaton Iditft Howet 271; Bot Anderson Ma Worris Kay Woodmw 240; Edi... Voth 2SU Mabel Cannon 2M; Irh Can- on 243.. YK Brian Anderson 255; Gloria Lamkk 211: Ann Tvnow 224; Rots A'lsop 211; DOOQ Wong 224; Calhoun 777i Rkhard Andreachuck 711; Brerxla Pe- iJersen 2M; Kelly Vakovlch K3; Ctln 0-1 Kansas City snow and coW. MONDAY'S RESULTS MTwaifcM Ml M oakuml Final Payment SEATTLE (AP) Milwaukee owned Seattle Pilots Monday- lock, stock and beer barrel. Jerome ShuDdn, 4awyer for the receiver of the defunct Seat- tle American League team, said the Milwaukee Brewers Base- ball Chib, Inc., made the final payment Monday on tfc.2 purchase. Patlln O-Dono WcNertney; Mwrtw Fernandet. Kansas City al Mlnriaata BASHALL PKHttOnt Eugarte 3 Phoenix a Portias! 7 Tucson 3 Spokane Sail Lake 1 HOCKEY SCDOH i- 2. r hut 17) ar nog---- [1-D iegul.d) Vancouver 3 San Diego a stmi-tVai tM, 21 Allan Car St. BonllKt 2 Spokana 5 First game, best-of-five wasftra oyette; kKenile, Ba...... kOaoald, StL...... lerenson, StL....... anfkld, Fta ASKETBALL NBA Imukee Hex York M2 New York leads best-ot-seven semT- nal, 2-0 ABA ndiau 110 New Orleans ISO SOCCER STANDINGS NOLISH LEAGUE DivrslH I W T L T APh verton 29' I S 72 34 M eeds....... 21 IS M II a 57 Jerby 2! I 11 a M 57 helser..... 19 13 7 65 51 Iverpool If 11 63 J3 49 over.fry 1; 11 11 SI 44 41 Divislcn II udders'fd. S H M !5 lockpod I! I] S 53 43'51 Leicester II 12 Tl M 47 M wlndon U ti I St 4 MHdlestro. U 13 12 52 4J hetfleld U 21 5 I H U 47 17 1! H 40 U Division III rlstol R n 8 77 52. M Orient....... 22 I! 1 41 I! 54 .ricMOT 33 9 13 it 41 it .Vton 21 13 74 42 5S Efrm'tf 1) 14 12 It 5t 12 RtJSlnj.....20 II 12 77 n 51 17 15 13 52 Division IV iwansea 31 17 4 U 43 M I I M 5> Port Vail n 15 7 H 31 35 Wrexham 11 t 10 73 43 54. Brenlfcrd It IS 10 52 SI SCOTTISH LEAGUE Division I W tangera Klbernlw Dundee U Cev-den'bth. FaWrk Queen oT S Stlrll-.g Arbroalh T L f A 3 00 33 31 5S ..19 7 7 tl 45 18 i e K "37 42 13 12 S 3) 3t 15 11 J7 !J H Division II 23 7 71 3V S3 5 88 33 7- (I 45 44 7 (1 42 23 H 14 10 SOCCER RESULTS ENGLISH LEAGUE It I 11 70 37 4! 1 Chelsea 1 Tc-ttenf-am 2 Wa.i United 1 Division II Aslon Villa 1 St-.ellield U I Preston 0 Blackpool 3 Civilian III Stock port 0 Plymouth 1 Dtvlsta IV 3 Oldnam 1 Darlington 2 Swansea I 0 Newport I Southed 2 Brentnxd 2 York 1 Chesterfield I SCOTTISH LEAGUE DivhHXI 1 Hibernian T Aberdeen -1 Mstherweli 3 Ayr 0 St. Johnstone 2-Si. Mlrren I DtvHJw II Dumbarton Z Berwkk I When It Comes To Swimming Smith Family An Uncommon One EDMONTON (CP) The only common aspect of the Don- ald Smith's family is Iheir sur- name when it comes to swim- ming they're anything but com- lon. Monday, three members of Ihe family, George, 20, Susan, 10, and Sandra, 18, were named (o Canada's swimming team which will take part in the Brit- ish Commonweallh Games Ihis summer in Edinburgh, Scot' land. Tlio news was greeted with' out fuss at the Smith home- making news is nothing special ttiei'e. George is a physical eduea lion student al the University of Indiana ar.d probably will swim in the 200- ar.d 400-mclre individual medley at the games. He also hopes to compete In relays, Susan hopes to compete in the 200- and 400 metre in- dividual medley and the 100 and 200 metre butleriry and the relays. However, her mother, Gwen- dolyns, said in an interv i e w that Suian probably won't be able to take part in all the events because "the heats and finals at Edinburgh are all mix- ed up, some finals for some events ai'e just before heats for others." Sandra pele in the 300- and JOO metre (recslylc and relay events. Mrs. Smith said Sandra has "packed up training" since the fames (rials which ended in Winnipeg April 5 and is study- ing for examinations. will probably There are eight children iiri the Smilh family. George is the oldest. Asked how many Canad 1 a n swimming records the family held, Mis, Smilh said: "Gosh, I don't know. I have Just finished a lUt and as o! April 11 it was 27, bat H changes She sale! that the 27 includes age class records and her 11- year oM son, Graham, holds the most, eight. George, she said.'has four Ca- nadian records and two Brit- ish Commonwealth records; Su- san holds four Canadian rec- ords and Sandra holds one as a member of a relay team. All family members swim, but (he youngsters were ahead for their ages than the older members of the family. Whsn the three older ones were young they swam about three months of Ihe year, It ww strictly a summer sport. But now it's a year round thing and the youngsters are ahead in their development" Becky, 10, holds record for sure. 'one national and maybe two." Alton, 13, holds three, FIGHTS RETURNING NEW YORK (AP) Madison Square Garden will present a new fight-of-the-month program on network television starting May 11 with a middleweight match between Donafo Paduano of Montreal and Marcel Cerdao, Jr. of France, FARM SPECIAL! 18.4 x 34 6 ply REAR Tractor Tires '105 EACH ONLY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES t SERVICE 40? lu ;