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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Fridoy, April 27, 1973 SPORT RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1975 McGraw had his mind set, throw the fast one jiwlY i ill n v JM AIN'DY CAPP ii n, H.I i i V.HATRE 10U DOWN THERE, COME TO INSTEAD Or RUINISV fOUR EfES KNOWLEDGE IS AAATE-. Was it Trevino who shot a 79? DALLAS (AP) Lee Tre- xino. who says he is ''sick and, tired of flinching time I swing at the ball.'" will have to wait at least another week to beccrne a golfing millionaire be- cause of an injury suffered while fishing. Trevino. about short of joining Arnold Palmer. -Jack Nicklaus and Billy Casper in the Si-million category, shot himself out of the Bj ron Nelson Golf Classic Thursday with a nine-over-par 79 which included a 45 on the back side. Don Bies of Seattle, whose greatest accomplishment was beating Arnold Palmer head-on in a match play tournament. battled wind and cold to take the first-round lead with a frte- under-par 65. "The pain killed me when I j swung at the ball on the backj nine." Trevino said. ''I shot 45 j and I can't ever remember' shooting 45 before, not even I was eight years old." DISCOUNTS DIAGNOSIS I Trevino said he injured the shoulder six weeks ago. A doc- tor diagnosed his problem as a pulled muscle. But Trevino wasn't satisfied and sought an- other doctor for an x-ray after Thursday's round. "I dont know how it can be a said he is considering withdraw- j ing. 1 it's 35 degrees and rain-' ing, you won't see the Mexican i out there." he said. "I probably can't make the cut anyway." David Graham of Australia and Roy Pace of Tex., were within striking dis- tance with thres-utider-par 67s. Rik Massengale, Bob Murphy and Bruce Devlin shot 63s. Defending champion Chi Chi Rodriguez was in a group of seven at one-under-par 69. Ar- nold Palmer was at 71, as was Wilf Homenuik of Winnipeg. Ben Kern of Terotno shot a 74 Bies took only 23 strokes on the Preston Trail Golf Course greens with a putter on which he had chopped off three inches with a hacksaw. Bies earned on the tour last year. The highlight was a 5-and-4 victory over Palmer in the Match Play Championship. muscle when it hurts all the way to my rib Trevino said. '-It tightened up on me; the rain and cold hit. Ii don't hook the ball I fade i it." Trevino. has never won a i tournament in his home state.1 Warriors earn slim viclorv Haico VVickes Warriors out- lasted Ducan Industries 15-14 in Commercial Men's Slow- Pitch League action Thursday- night. George Androkovitch earned the mound win while Murrey Nimchuck suffered the loss. In another contest staged last night. Dave Heidinger pitched Ail-Star Sports to a 19-0 shutout er Bridge Villa. Denras Huber took the loss. AUCTION E. A. CAREY ESTATE AUCTION SALE At The 'MART' IMMEDIATELY SOUTH OF TURBO SERVICE CLARESHOLM SATURDAY, APRIL 28 -1 p.m. ANTIQUES Bedroom were set 'pi'cher, bosin and crcck- o-y dosh churn: coal oil Jornps; old sod irons and handles; one 20-lb. sad iron with attached handle- crocks in various sizes; brown jug; wire top seal- ers 'some blue glass1, crown jars; metal ice box; Jrunks; foof warmer; round oak table; buffet; small square table FURNITURE and MISC. Old dresser wiih oval mirror; bookcase: 5 drawer lorge trunk in good condition; round oak heater (aood Duo-Therm oil healer. Admiral SI" TV; upholstered orm choir; wooden rocking choir; older chesterfield ond choir; floor lamp; bedi ond mattresses: rfalf dozen fecthsr ticks; cabinet model boi'ery radio; Friaidair fridg; En'cr- pn-.c cocl rcrgc; wringer wcshcr: 5 dining room' old copper bo.ler.- ipeaf g-indcr: old dresser; wicker love scot, orm choir, rocker, several books: quart ond half gel scoters- Bccver S" bench sow 'heavy duty, cost irop table block end tocMc foris and shovels: cost drill, aycm- Mv of tori-. too ond Jet: tow-.; b-oie and biti: if tonct; gas quantity of boln, etc 1: electric drill] lawn mower motor not running tin hock saw end riany more items too numerous to mention. 500 gallon fuei tank; 300 gallon fuel ionic with hose. CONSIGNED a variety of articles been con- iriis sole. ON OFF5P truck comoe-, 'opt. Ford 1 ton hoiM- l_Punmg ocor 'or dccV 1 Peel s.ocv saddle- 1 Ingli-h %orid> j bridle, mcrtingclf. etc t'e-'nc hjrtc motif. 1 clipD't. 1- olc) rodo. r 4ofd 1 tmnll 'rc-om vocuur- l-barfcio-uo- ou'-id" liqh'% end o Jtn v motpr- 1 ra 1-OrnCtt, collar-, TERMS CASH THE MART 235-2922 SALE CONDUCTED SY ROY'S AUCTION SERVICE GRANUM PHONE 236-2102 ROY FJORDBOTTEN COV WAIPER Uc. 010237 010259 THK AShOtlATKU I'UKSS It's Rod Guimont at 6.59 of the first overtime per- iod gave Quesnel a 7-6 win over Calgary Buffalo Rangers, and North Shore defeated Coquit- lam. BC. 6-4. Prince George, B.C., w 1111 meet North Kamloops, B.C. in the B event final. Prince George downed White- horse. Y.T. 7-3 while North Kamloops eliminated Kamloops 6-3. In C event eliminations, Red Deer, Alta, trounced Golden, B.C., 9-1, Victoria defeated Port Alberni. B.C., 6-4, and Delta B.C.. whipped Walla Walla, Wash.. 10-1. "TThis car has reached a technical level close to the limit of what can be done today in standard automobile engineering." R. M. Lange-Mechlen Remarkable as some may think it, the 450SE is being bought almost as rapidly as it can be shipped from Stuttgart. Here are some of the reasons. 1. Even better handling. An entirely new front- suspension proved out on our 180 mph C-lll prototype further minimizes the risk of swerves and skids. The sense of control is uncanny. About 2. Fuel-injected engine with electronic fuel meter- ing, transistorised ignition, and disc brakes give this 2-ton sedan the performance of a sports car. 3. Standard fitments include stereo AM radio; superb air-conditioning; anatomically designed seats; 40 Ibs of paint, undercoating; central locking system; Mercedes-Benz engineering. A very limited number Benz 450SE's are available at our showrooms now. We suggest you contact us soon. PRO MOTORS LTD. 1520 2nd AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 328-8117 OF MONTH SALE Lawn WARE RUGSsPEdAL STEREO -Web n A f -Reg. 4.96 Ji 13 SPECIAL VBV COLA GLASSES Reg. 12 for 1.34 fa SPECIAL for BONDWORTH SPOOL AXMINSTER -_-RUGSsPEOAL COMPACT CLOTHES -4 DRYER 27 1 ONIY CHESTERFIELD SUITE x 7' STORAGE ONLY GYM SETS 00 Qfi Reg. 44.88. SPECIAL fc AND CASUAL DAMTC Small sizes only rMNId 28-29-30 4 A 4% waist. i Mn epcriAi I 1 CHESTERFIELD SUITE AND DECKER DRILL 1 C fift Reg. 18.95. SPECIAL I LOW RISE BRIEFS 0 Q60 Reg. 1.25. SPEC. pr. VW vos AAft SHAMPOO Stil7 SKEIN PACK PHENTEX ftft, YARN LINE BEDSPREAD M Substandard A U A Reg. 5.94. SPECIAl T.WHT TOOTHPASTE 770 Reg. 1.C9 to 1.17 SPECIAL I SPRING YARD GOODS YARD 0_ GOODS THROWS O Q7 Substandard. SPECIAL 1 LADIES' HANDBAGS 7 JA Reg. SPECIAl I 1 RACK LADIES' PANT ,-SUITS SPECIAL PANT 00 TOPS DRESS AND CASUAL G.W.G. PANTS Fill 1 LADIES' OUHT NYON m m m DUSTER Ski? RACK LADIES' C M DRESSES PANTS s_, ,6 CLEARANCE SPECIAL PRICE 10 96. SPECIAl r s County Fair Wf located in ZsJIers Shopping Centre on Mayor Mag rath Drive. Open daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;