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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 TUB inilBRIDGe MERALB Wodnuday, Autjuil 5, 1770 Says: Golf's Million Dollar Winntr VOSMMPACT EXTENSION To achieve maximum clublicad velocity in the impact area, both arms should be comfortably ex- tended through and, for a time, after the hit. Such arm extension will keep the clubhead low to the ground and moving to- ward the target after im- pact. Both of these actions help assure accuracy. Nfany golfers lose con- trol at impact by flinch- ing, failing off balance, 55, loosening the grip or swinging the shoulders too horizontally. The result is poor shots. These errors can be minimized or clinj- inatcd by swinging the dubhcad on through the ball, extending the arms and allowing the swing to finish easily. If this isn't done, you will have subconsciously slowed your swing prior to impact. O mo NMl. KIWI. V. Games BY MARY TYMBURSK) Herald News Service COALDALE Regional swim competitions For the County of Leth bridge were held in Picture Butte re cenliy. The winners will represent th counfy in the 1970 Southern Albert, Summer Games to be staged Aug. to 13 In Pincher Creek. Winners were as follows: IS METRE FREESTYLE Boys (6 and 1. Darcey Shearer, Picture Butte; 2. Jerry Abott Picture Buite. Girls (8 and 1. Lorraine Boessenkool, Picture Quite. Boys (9 and 10 I. Greg Boessenkool, Picture Butts; 2. Der rick Shearer, Picture Butte. Girls (9 and 10 1. Donna Thurlow, Picture Butte; 2. June Sabo 25 METRE BREASTSTROKE Boys (8 and 1. Darcey Shearer; Picture. Bulte; 2. Jerry Sabo, Picture Butte. Girls (8 and 1. Lorraine Boassenkool, Picture Bulls. Boys (11 and 12 1. Ti Hanna, Picture Butte; 2. Doug Ti nashl, Picture Butts. Girls (ii and 12 1. Kathy Davies, Picture Butte; 2. Donna Ham. na. Picture Butte. 35 METRE BUTTERFLY Boys (13 and 1. Kevin Gibb, PIclure Butte; I. Rick Davies, Pic- ture Butte. Girls 113 and 1. Chsryl Davies, Picture Butte; 2. Vivian Takasaki, Pidure Butte. 100 METRE INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY 0oys (9 and 1. Derrick Shearei Picture Butte; 2. Greg Boessenkool, Picture Butte. Girls and 1. Donna 1. June Sabo, boih of Picture Bulls. 100 METRE FREESTYLE Boys Bob Takasaki, Pic- hire .Bufte. Girls no entry. 25 METRE BREASTSTROKE Boys (9 and 1. Derrick Shearer, Picture 2. Greg Boessenkool, Picture Butte. Girls (9 and 1. June Sabo; 3 Beverley Hanna, both of Picture BuHe. 25 METRE BACKSTROKE Boys (11 and 1. Terry Hanna, Picture Butte; 3. Mike Oliver, Picture Girls (11 and 1. Donna Hanna, Picture Butte; 2. Barb Karren, Pic- ture Butte. TOO YARD INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY Bays (13 and l. Bob Davies, Pic- ture Butfe; 2. Arnia Holcek, Picture Butte. Girls (13 and 1. Cheryl Davies, Picture Butts; 2. Vivian Takasaki, Picture Bulls. Girls, no entry. 25 METRE BUTTERFLY Boys (11 and I. Mike Oiivsi 3. Doug Takahashl, both of Picture Butte. Girls (H find 1. Kathy Davies, Picture Butte; 2. Donna Marina, Pic- ture Butte. 50 METRE FREESTYLE Boys (13 and l. Kevin Gibb, Piclure Butte; 2. Rick Davies, Picture Butte. Girls (13 and 1. Vivian Taka- 83M. Picture Butle; 2. Cindy Sabo, Piclure S-rtte. 100 METRE INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY Boys (II snd 1 Alike Oliver, Picture BuHe; 2. Terry Manna, Pic- ture Butte. tins (II and 1. Kathy Davies; 2. Donna Hanna both of Piclure Butte. 100 METRE BREASTSTROKE Boys 1. Bob Takasaki, Pic- tun; Buflc. No entry in the qirls event. 25 METRE BACKSTROKE Boys (8 and 1, Darcey Shearer, Picture Bulte; 2. Jerry Sabo, Piclure Bulls. Girls (8 and under) Lorraine 8oas- senkool. Picture Butte 50 METRE BACKSTROKE .Boys j. Bob Takasaki, Pic- ture Butle, Girls no entry 35 METRE BUTTERFLY Boys (9 and 1. Gren Boossen- fcool. Picture Butte; 2. Derrick Shear- er, Picture Bufte. Girls (9 and 1. Donna Thurlow, Picture Bulls; 2. Beverly Manns, Pie- lure BuHe. 25 METRE FREESTYLE Boys (11 and 1 Miks Oliver. Picture BuHe; 2. Terry Hanna, Pic- ture Girtr, O! and 1. Donna Hanna, Picture Butte; 2. Bev Karren, Pic- luHo Butle. There were no entries in boys or air Is open 100 Wetre Free Style Relay. 5C METRE BACKSTROKE Boys 03 and 1-0: 1. Rick Davies, PIclure Butte; 2. Kevin Glob, Picture Bcfie Girls M3 and 1 Vivian Taka- saki, Picture J. Carol Bally, 50 i Boys (II and 1. Keith Thurlov Terry Hanna, Doug Takahashi ar AAlka1 Oliver of Picture Butte. Girls (11 and 1. Kathy Dayle Donna Hanna, Brenda Hattori and Be Karren of Picture Butte. Boys (13 and 1. Kevin Gibb Bob Davies, Rick Davies and Ami Holcek of Picture Butts. Girls (13 and 1. Kevin Gibb Bob Davies, Rick Davies and Ami Holcek of Picture Butte. Girls (13 and I. Cindy Sabi Carol Batty, Cheryl Davies and VIvia Takasaki of Picture Bufte. Boys 1. Bob Takasaki, Do Hattori, Rob Oliver and Dan Nelso of Picture Butte. No entry in the girls open. 100 METRE FREESTYLE RELAYS No entries In the nine and ten yeai boys and girls events. Boys (11 and 1. Kleth Thurlow Terry Hanna, Doug Takahashl Mike Oliver of Picture Butte. Girls (11 and 1. Kalhy Davies Donna Hanna, Brenda Hattori Bev Karren of Picture Butfe. Boys (13 and 1. Kevin Gib! Bob Davies, Ricky Davlea and Arni Holcek, Picture Butte. Girls (13 and 1. Cindy Sabo Carol Batty, Cheryl Davies and Vivia Takasaki, Picture Bufte. No winners announced In the 100- metra family relay. Sparwood Tourney Champions V i 1. Dom 1. Davtes, METRE INDIVIDUAL MEDIEY V.y, Go Pk- 10i METRE MEDLEY RELAY RrMy ar.d girls' ar.HilIcrest-EelIe- vuc team. A fourth team, Fer- nie, failed to show up for the ournament. The first game of the three- jamc round robin series was won handily by Sparwood who defeated Blairmore by a 12-5 score. Two of the Sparwooc players, Mario Berdusco ant i'lephen March! hit home runs !or the winners. Ken Faniec and Paul Templin combined in niching for Sparwood while P. suffered the loss for Blairmore. The second game was evenly contested in a free scoring ;ame between Hilkrest-Belle- vue and Blairmore with Hill- crest-Bellevue edging the oppo- sition and winning by one run, .6-15. The losers connected for :pur home runs with Vanier hit- ,ing three circuit drives and jalto one. Winning pitcher was Timmy Jrove while Slopak suffered the defeat. The third and final game saw Iparwopd coast to a one-sided 9-8 win over Hillcrest-Belle- Tie. Leading the hitting attack or the winners was Stephen .larchi who poled two home runs while Ross Travis hit a triple with the bases loaded. Once again Ken Paniec and 'aul Templin combined pitch- ng Sparwood to victory while "1mmy Grove suffered his sec- nd loss of the tournament. racing Sparwood batters in llifi two games played w ere Francois Bouvier and Bob Fon- jtana with six hits each while j Mario Berdusco and Ross Tra- I vis were credited with eight hits apiece. Kparwood Little League team were coached by Lilio Colon- eilo and JOG Paniec. The team which was handed together in a .short time and without playing any games, entered the l more t.-itlic League tournament i Ijusl previous and won second. Orioles Pull Further Aivay From Yankees, Tigers Neatness Costly In Philadelphia By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Neatness counts hut Tuesday night it cost the Philadelphia Phillies. Pinch-runner Grant Jackson, in the middle of a seventh-in- ning Phillies rally, stepped oft third base to dust off his uni- form and was tagged out. That cut short the comeback [ind helped St. Louis Cardinals liang on for a 3-2 victory over the Phillies, attired in fancy new uniforms for the current National League season. In other league action Tues- day, Pittsburgh Pirates dropped Montreal Expos 4-2. New York Mete blanked Chicago Cubs 4-0, Atlanta Braves trimmed Hous- on Astros S-l, Cincinnati Heds walloped San Diego Padres 12-1 and San Francisco Giants whipped Los Angeles Dodgers 11-4. The Cardinals, who won their sixth straight, led 3-0 before the Phillies started rallying against starter Jerry Ruess. Byron Browne homered in the fifth and Larry Hisle's HBI-single made it 3-2 an inning later. The Phillies knocked out Ruess with one-out singles the seventh by Rick Joseph and Tony Taylor. Jackson ran for Joseph and raced to third on Taylor's hit. Carl Taylor homered for the Cardinals and scored the decid- ing run in the fifth when he walked and came around on Ri- chie Allen's triple. Bob Robertson ripped a homer and a single, driving In three runs and helping Pitts- burgh past Montreal. Bob Veale pitched a six-hitter Race Results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park raca results Tuescay: First claiming, 3-year-old maidens, 1 1-16 miles. Queen's Lav; 11 (Shields) 4.60 4.W 3.00, Double Memory (Hunt) 5.60 3.00, Nena'5 Pet (B. Cuthbertson) 2.BO. Time: Irish Streak, Maple Ann, Shady Spring, Phid, Jum's Joy also ran. Second S1..JOO, claiming, 4-year-oldj and up, 7 furlongs. Now Man (Hayncs) 3.20, Primal! (McCauley) J.SO, Bs.'lanx (Wiseman) 3.90. Time: 3-5. Denver Pete, Quarry Point, Dennis Alibi, Tlny's King, Flva Of Diamonds DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 2-year-old maidens, 5 furlongs. Rectifier (Coombs) 4.20 3.50 2.60, iomh Site (Hunt) 14.10 7.40, Shuttle ing (Turetsky) 3.00. Time: 2-5. Tiger Tracks, Grlnner, Pauline's Pet, Royal Rouser, Gold Label also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Game Boy (Turetsky) 6.70 3.70 3.00, To Be Blue (Rasmussen) 6.40 4.20, Lucky Stu (Coombs) 5.00. Time: Fancy Fella, Cinnamon Jim, Erin's Queen, Crankshaft, Scuba Do also ran. Fifth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Goloen Wine (Coombs) 6.40 3.40 2.80, ourteous (Shields) 6.40 3 40, Sabrlo 'Giesbrechf) 3.40. Time: Grin Tin Tin, Hot Fllgjit, Kimbrook, Sunday Session also ran. Track Scratch: Sailing How EXACTOR: Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, TVS miles. Vast Opportunity (Coombs) 7.00 4.00 3.10, Tuffy's Image (L. Wiseman) 4.EO 3.60, Proud Shadow (Simhosley) 3.90. Time: 4-5. River Hawk, chained Flag, Roving ocfor, Jasper Park, Belle's Sheila also ran. seventh Pemblna Claiming Handicap, 4-year-olds and up, 1 5-16 miles. Great Expect (McCauley) 17.90 6.50 2.60, Weedani (Billlngsiey) 3.30 2.10. Wood National (Shields) 2.10. Time: 4-5. Dark Numbers, Foxy Bud, On The o. Some Pie also ran. Eighth claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- ongs. Jean's Gotdle (Ryan) 35.90 13.70 Tetrapseed (Rasmussen) 6.70 4.40. Fly- ng Phil (Hunt) 6.50 time: Bum Money, Silver Dandy, Joy's affy, Noaccepticn, Injun Mickey also an. QUINELLA: Season Ends For Nobleforcl NOBLEFORD (HNS) 'Hie jaseball season came la a close for Nobleford recently and the home club finished on losing note dropping two of heir last three games. Perry Luchia was the winner is they stopped vShaughnessy 0-5 but he was the loser as 'icture Butte beat him and his I mates 13-6. Wayne Koyata was i he w inning Picture Butte itcher. j Nobleford's second loss j ame at the hands of Barons, I Los Sjogren was the losing itcher. This year's record for Uic iobleford club was 12-8. X FOURTH SPOT NKW YORK (AP) i Hampton's victory in' lie Westchcster Classic last wec-kei'd moved him into fourih place in the year's money win-, Dings oti the pro golf tour. for his seventh victory of the season as the Pirates main- tained their one-game load over New York in the NL East Divi- sion. The Mels kept pace by blank- ing Chicago on Nolan Ryan's three-hitter. Ryan struck out -13 and won his first game since June 24 with Dave Marshall driving in three runs on a pair of doubles. In the meantime Jackie Brown, called up from the minors after nine years July 1, still is not certain if he is a starter or a reliever. George Brunei, scheduled starter for Washington Stnatprs against Detroit Tigers, suffered a muscle spasm in his shoulder during warmup Tuesday. As a result. Brown was tagged to start the game and he came away with bis first major league victory, beating Denny McLain in the process. Brown yielded only two luts and one run over 5 1-3 innings before Darold Knowles took over, yielding one more hit in the Senators 4-1 win over the Ti- gers. Elsewhere in the American League, Baltimore Orioles and Dave McNally beat Boston Red Sox 5-2, Minnesota Twins and rookie Bert Blylevel halted Mil- waukee Brewers 5-2, Steve Har- gan pitched Cleveland. Indians past the New York Yankees 6-1, Tommy John and the Chicago White Sox nipped Ksnsas City [Royals 2-1' and Oakland Athlet- ics held off California Angels 4- 3. Brown had pitched only 12 in- nings in relief previously since being called up from Washing- ton's Denver farm club. His showing, which lowered his earned run average to 3.63, might cause Williams to recon- sider. 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