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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Play Tonight, Twice Tomorrow HviinersWOne, Lose One CAHMAN, MAN. (CP) Quebec goes into the second day of Hie Canadian junior baseball championships here today with two victories and no defeats behind solid pitching and batting strength. The Friday victories over Newfoundland and Alberta leaves Quebec in first place in a six-team group playing in Carman. Prince Edward Island, de- feding champion Ontario and Dauphin, one of the two Man- itoba teams, all had victories the single games in the other group. Quebec defeated Newfound- land 6-2 and downed Leth- bridge Miners, 7-4. The Miners are representng Alberta. New Brunswick was 1-0, Saskatche- wan and Albeita 1-1, Carman 0-1 and New Foimuland 0-2. Jn the five-team group play- ing at Portage La Prairie, Brit- ish Columbia trailed the top three with one loss while Nova Scotia, only team, in the pool to play two games Friday, lost both. In other games at Carman it was Lethbridge G Saskatche- wan 4, New Brunswick 9. Car- man S and Saskatchewan 9 Newfoundland 4. Prince Edward Island defeat- ed Nova Scotia 7-3 at Portage La Prairie while Dauphin downed British Columbia 6-2 Zuger Bails Fleming Out HAMILTON (CP) Dave Fleming, fleet 26-year-old halfback for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, spent part of Thursday night in jail after being charged with careless and impaired driving. He was hailed out by Joe Zuger, quarterback of the Eastern Football Confer- ence club, and released on lu's own recognizance when he appeared in court. Police said they chased a car which had been running red lights. The driver aban- doned his car and outdist- anced officers in a footrace. Fleming is a native of Pittsburgh where he plaj'ed with the Steelers before coming to Hamilton five years ago. ATION SPECIAL TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY PHONE EARLY FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT Front End Alignment Balance 2 wheels National Safety Council Safety Inspection We correct Camber, Caster and Toe-in. Balance front wheels and adjust brakes (add fluid if Torsion bar adjustment extra FIRESTONE RIDING SVS7EM SERVICE is the specialized care of your entire riding system fo keep your car safe (o drive, and get full life from your fires. Lawn and Garden FERTILIZER Wills 10-64 fertiliser provides controlled, all-season (ceding for up to 5000 sq. ft. 50 Ib. Bag Limit 2 bsgs per customer Jack Nicklaus Golf Tough vulcanized cover, lively Poly- butadiene centre. Pkg. of 3 Limit 3 bans per customer STORES A division of FIRESTONE TIRE RUBBER Company of Canada Limited CORNER 3rd AVE. AND 8th ST. S. PHONE 327-8548 Open Daily 8 a.m. fo 6 p.m. and Ontario crushed Nova Sco- tia 11-1. Round robins in each group continue today and Sunday, with the top two from each sec- tion meeting in a three-game playoff Monday. Before PEI broke the game open in tire extra frame, it was a tight pitching duel between the islanders' John Conohan and Edison Clements of Nova Scotia. Conohan gave up only seven hits over the 10 innings against 11 for Clemenk. Both teams scored their previous two runs in the eighth. Bob Everard and Herb. An- dries of Dauphin combined to shackel the B.C. batters with only four hits whilt Dauphin collected eight from Gary Mur- phy and Brian Hamagnmi. Ontario's defending _ cham- pions from Sarnia had little trouble with Nova Scotia, bombing of the Maritime province's pitchers for 12 hits while the Nova Scotians could collect only four from Merle Withrow and Randy Badcock. Saskatchewan came back from its toss to Alberta by bombing Newfoundland with seven runs in Uie first inning on two homers, a grand-slam- mer by Shelley G-autschi and another by Rick Morrise good for three. Tim Cox allowed the Newfoundlanders only one nil by Ken Johnston. Quebec again came up with solid pitching in winning its second game, allowing the Al- bertans only six hits while touching loser Randy Maxwell and John Tanasichuk for 13. Gilles Desmeules, who re- ieved Roger Fortin in the sixth, got credit for the vicotry as the Montreal team drove in two funs each in seventh and ninth innings. Sign Wife, Husband Combination ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) Pat Palinkas traded her hair curlers for cleats Friday by signing a standard one-year player's contract with Orlan- do's professional football team. The 27-year-old, 35-25-34 Tampa housewife will hold the ball for her placekicker hus- band, also signed a contract with the Orlando Panthers. "It feels fine to have them." head coach Paul Massey said after signing the husband-wife combination. "We told the squad last night we were going to do this. And I didn't hear any ad- verse reaction at all." Massey says the only stipu- lation made to Mrs. Palinkas because of her sex was an agreement to provide sepa- rate dressing facilities. "Other than that, it's a standard contract. One year, for the 1970 season, plus one year's Massey said. Massey wasn't certain how Pat Palinkas will sit with the Atlantic Coast League. A dec- sion on that is yet to come, he feels sure the Panth- ers' attendance will go factor Uiat has bothered the team during its four years in Orlando. Asked if he planned to make any changes in his game pat- terns to give coverage to the 130-pound Pat, Massey said: "No, she's on her own ex- cept game rules protect the holder." The Panthers declined to re- veal tertns of the Palinkas' contracts. More Sport On Page 10 Says: Golf's Million Dollar Wlnn.r RIGHT SHOULDER UNDER Never "wheel" on the ball. That is, don't allow your shoulders to wheel around in a too-horizontal plane, especially on the downswing. Your right shoulder must go down and under as vuu swing through the shot. This ac- tion will help you stay be- hind the ball and produce satisfactory distance. 53. Admittedly, there isn't much time to think about anything on the down- swing. But if you i ill im- plant in your mind before you start-back that your right shoulder must pass under your chinatimpact, your chances of actually doing it are increased. mo V- Minor Ball If Greg Kveder doesn't get a hit for a while his Norcrest Little League teammates will forgive him. Kveder got the last hit Fri- day evening as the Norcrest squad edged Lakeside Little League All-Stars 7-6 to advance to the regional finals set for Aug. 10-15 in Lethbridge. The two clubs were d e a d- locked 6-6 after six innings and went into an extra inning and it was then that Kveder went to work. He turned hero as he belled a home run to give Nor- crest then' margin of victory. Earl Ingarfield gained Hie victory for Norcrest after com- ing on in relief of Heno Tren- tini in the fourth inning. Paul Byrne was the loser. Brian Robinson pounded out a grand slam home run as well as two singles to share batting honors with Kveder who also had a single. Easy Win To Cowboys In the two games played in the Commercial Men's Fastball League Thursday evening the Labor Club squeezed a 3-1 vic- tory over Nu-Mode Homes while the Dallas Cowboys only needed 5 innings to dispose'the Leth- bridge Hotel 11-1. Kaye Elliot picked up the win for'the Labor Club while Marv Mosei-in pitching a strong game had to absorb the loss. For the Labor Club Brian Murkin touched a triple and a double off Moser and Richard Chollack managed two singles. Moser stroked out a double and a single off Elliot while Pat Sullivan poked out a double and Halph Remmie two singles in a losing cause. Darryl Leavitt chucked a two hitter as he led the Cowboys to victory- Bob Oshaski had to settle with the loss. Credio Santoni led the Dallas hitters with a double and a sin- gle while brother Danny aided the win with a double. For the Lethbridge Hotel, Bill Harbuzand, Jeff Wyrostefc spoil- ed the no hitter for Leavitt with each rapping a single. Action will resume Monday when the Marquis Hotel will meet the RCMP at 7 p.m. while the M and K Generals and the Contractors will tangle at ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dsntol Metropolitan Bldg. Mechanic 338-4095 ATTENTION VACATION MOTORISTS Don't Slav I Your Vacation Trip Without A RADIATOR FLUSH CAR NEED A Sove yourself unnwsseiry roadside stops due to over- heated engine we can perform this work for you expertly and efficiently with OJT modern equip- ment! El Rancho 6th Avc., M.M. Drive TUNI-UP? Erfiie Rosvold our licensed mechanic is the Best Tune- Up Specialist in Southern Alberta. All work Guaran- teed! [EXAM] Service Phone 327-5106 Peter Duckett shone at the plate for the Lakeside squad as he stroked a double and three singles in lour trips. Saturday, August 1, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 The Day Of The Mod Unknowns Lead At Westchesfer (AP) -In- 23, of Florence, S.C.; Fred stead of being a "Who's Who" of golf, the estchester Golf class here is producing again and again the question "Who's Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus and Bill Casper, among the "stars" of pro golf, are still in contention but, after 36 holes, they're playing second fiddle to a pack of fearless youngsters ith long hah- stripped trousers. and candy- For a moment, at least, it's the day of the mod generation in golf. Out in front of the fanciest field to start a PGA tour event fl.is year is John Miller, 23, a gangling, confident, cotton- haired kid out of San Francisco, on the tour just a little more than a year. He finished late in the day with a 67 for a 136, eight under par, and a stroke lead over a quartet of other youngsters still in their 20s. They are Larry Hinson, 25, of Douglas, Ga.. playing superbly despite a left arm left withered by a childhood polio attack, Jim Hamieson, 27, of Moline, 111., also just out of rookie r'anks; Mike Ballo, 27, an assistant club pro from Darien, Conn., and John Schroeder of La Jolla, Calif., 24, tour rookie and son of former U.S. Davis Cup tennis ace Ted Schroeder. They all have 137s. At 13S, another stroke back of the lead, are Jack Lewis, Jr., Marti, 2S, Baytown, Tex., and a pair of tours regulars, Austral- ian Bruce Crampton, 34, and Hugh Royer, 33. Miller reeled off five birdies in a row, starting at the ninth, sinking putts of 15 and 30 feet, for his 67. He admitted he kept his eye on Scliroedei', playing just ahead, and finish- ing in the rain with 68. Of the big names, Nicklaus, the new British Open champion, and Bill Casper made Uie strongest moves. Nicklaus shot a 67 and Casper, with seven birdies on the last 10 holes, fired a 66 to join a nine-man group at 133. With Uiem is Frank Beard, the defending champion, with a second round 71. Goes Golfing VANCOUVER (CP) Jim Evenson, all-star fullback and leading rusher for the British Columbia Lions of the Cana- dian Football League for the past two seasons, played golf Friday while the Lions prac- tised for Tuesday night's gamo against .Winnipeg. Race Results EDMONTON (CP) Race results Friday from Northlands Park: First SMOO, 3-year-old maidens, 7 furlongs. Compel To Dash (Stadnyk) 12.70 3.90 3.-1Q, Winning Skip (Haynes) 2.80 2.50, Bandy Lee (Coombs) 3.70. Time: 2-5. Maple Ann, Arcadelt, Bess, Acapulco Gold also ran. Second -'claiming, 2-year-old maidens, 5 furlongs. Sandy's Splendour (Jackson) 18.-10 7.70 3.90, Mantroian Jbarroby) 5.30 3.00, Slormy Way (Hedge) 2.50. Time: Brae O'Leary, Terry's Speed, Kap's tall, Winged BIBe, Regicide also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S190.00. Third claiming, 4-year-olds and up, U-s miles. Mister Bountiful (Norris) 7.10 3.90 2.80, Mainly Cloudy (Rasmussen) 4.30 3.SO, Silk Bulicns 2.80. Time: 4-5. Hobo's Delight, Ridgsview Hope, Fare Union, Yor Evad, Search Patch also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, IVa miles. Vast opportunity (Parsons) 7.80 J.70 -UO, Priddis Dandy (Coombs) 8.40 5.00, Hewinsum (Norris) 4.10. Time: 2-5. Sharp Reply, Dark Numbers, lis- fordem. Heavenly Child, Bell's Sheila also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 1-li miles. Grande Stride (Rasmussen) 13.90 7.00 4.30, Bum Money (Shields) 6.30 3.30, Destiny's child (Hedge) 5.10. Time: 4-5. Smooth Edge, Silver Dandy, Inlut, Mickey, Abbey's Alibi, Northern Breeze also ran. EXACTOR: Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles. Rosie's Steel (Rasmussen) 17.40 9.70 5.70, Redirect (Hedge) 7.20 -4.BO, Chop- po (W. Coombs) 4.70. Time: 4-5. Parkes, Free Ground, Monty B, Curra Tip also ran. seventh Prospector Claiming Handi- cap, 1 1-16 miles. Copel To Dash (Stadnyk) 5 BO 3.00 :.70, Little Gypsy (Barroby) 3.50 3.10, Halcoii (Morris) 4.10. Time: 1-5. Lars Theme, Wimple Street, Hopi Joe also ran. Eighth Golden wine Coombs) 10.70 5.40 3.30, Whirling Wave (Stadnyk) 3.50 3.10, Blue Twist (Billingsley) 2.90. Time: 2-5. Bonnie airs, Squib, Hellen Grey, Dashing Knight, Tedlee also ran. QUINELLA: SPORTS FANS! I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Mitchell, Booth Fined TORONTO (CP) Doug Mitchell of Hamilton Tigei'-Cats and Billy .Toe Booth of Ottawa Rough Riders have been fined 550 each for being disqualified from play in last Wednesday's Canadian Football League game in Ottawa. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS UNED.WATER HEATERS S120 AND UP Phone 328-2176 Mr. and Mrs. Ted Berlando Your New Hospitality Hosts at the Star-Lite Motel! Earl Ingorfield and Denny Kicldgoard, eo-ownerl of the STAR-UTE MOTEl ore pleased to announce thai Ted and Irene Berlando will be taking over managerial dutiei com- mencing Sepetember lit, 1970. Ted and Irene are well knovvn to many Southern Alberto residents and are fully Qualified to serve you, Ted having been a Henderson Golf Club for years and a former manager of Hy's Steakout. He is at present a member of the Elks Club, telhbridge Country Club and Army and Navy Club. Please accept our invitation 10 call on Ted and Irene when you require accommodation. Starlile Motel Located at 10th Avenue M.M. Drive PHONE 327-8515 Any idea how long tl been 'since there was a 0-0 game in the National or American Football Leagues? There hasn't been a score- less tie in big league pro foot- ball for the last 27 yearsl Last one was in 1943 in a game between the Giants d Lions. J Iga an Here's a tittle-known fact One of the greatest swim- ming instructors of all lime, Bob Kiphuth, a man who taught so many Olym- pic and college swimming champions of the past, could hardly swim himself Kip- huth originally had m a d studies of muscles and exer- cises and took the job ai swimming coach al Yale in 1918 to test his theories even though he was no swim- mer himself in ihe next 40 years his pupils won over 500 swimming meets, losing only 12, and in addition was head of winning U.S. Olympic ieams five times. Here's one hard to believe, but it's irue Only ONCE in the last 57 years has any Chicago Cub won the Nation- al league batting champion- ship! From 1913 through 1969 the only Cub who ever led ihe league in batting at the end of any season Phil Cavarretfa In 1945. I bet you didn't Know Kirk's are probably the most safety conscious tire dealers in Southern Alberta and South Eastern B.C. We strongly adviso that you put safety on the road by installing Uniroyal Fasfrak 78 Series Belted Tires now for peace of mind on any highway driving trip. Now available ul Kirk's at the low price of only 29.95 for sii9 F78x14 Blackwall. And don't forget our Service Department offers the city's finest work Shocks Alignment and Balance. See KIRK'S for The Best Deal For Every Wheell KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 'The Experts" Your UNIROYAL Dealer 3 tOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1621 3rd Ave. S. PHONE 327-5985 IP lUNIROYALl KIRK'S FERNIE, B.C. Phone 423-7744 KIRK'S TIRE (TABER) LTD. 6201 SOth Avonui Phone 223-3441 ;