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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursdoy, August 1970 THE LETHMIDCE HERALD 7 Stampeders Manage Meagre Two Points Jauch Pleased With Es BIG LUNGE-Greg Pipes of Edmonton Eskimos lunges for a considerably smaller Jerry Keeling but the Calgary quarterback ducks under his arms. Keeling didn't get far in most of the Western Football Conference game as the Eskimos won 14-2. Bernice Metcalfe Fires A. 93 Juniors Find Course Tough OAK RIDGES', Ont. (CP) -The winding, tee-lined fairways at the Summit Golf and Country Club make golf a difficult game Ask any of the 85 girls competing in the Canadian junior women's golf championship. No1 one came even close to par on the par-74 course The 54-hole tournament ends Friday. Holly Botham, an 18-year-olc student at the University of British Columbia who lives in Haney, B.C., came closest to par with a 79 and credited straight fairway shots for her lead. "You can get Into a lot of trouble on she said in an interview. "It's not short and the greens are, tricky." Her five-over-par round, combined with an 85 by Penticton's Carole Morrissey, 17, provided British Columbia with a 165 score and a solid 15-stroke lead over defending champion Ontario in the inter-provincial team match, which ends today after 36 holes. Miss Botham holds a three-stroke lead over Prince Edward Island champion Donna Sears, 17, of Summerside. Miss Morrissey, who at six feet, one inch, is the tallest competitor, is third, a stroke in front of Carin Mc-Bean, 15, of Calgary. U.S. GIRL FIFTH Sandra Baker, 18, of Fostoria, Ohio, one of six U.S. competitors, is fifth at 88, and Regina's Brenda Prosofsky, 16, follows at 89. Six golfers are grouped at 90, including defending champion Lisa King, 18, of London, Ont., and Andrea Stoddart of the host club. She finished third a year Metcalfe of Lethbridge, a member of the Alberta junior team, fired rounds of for a 93 and was well off Ihe pace. Jn the team standings' Met-eaife and her teammate Sharon Purnell of Red Deer had a of 185 good for a tie for fourth spot in the standings after the first round. Miss Botham playing on the B.C. team for the third time, said she could have scored even better. "I went to sleep on the back nine a bit." School r CALGARY (CP) Elaine Tanner, one of Canada's top-female swimmers, says she plans to transfer to the University of Calgary this fall to start a three-year program in physical education. She attended the University of Alberta in Edmonton last year and now is teaching swimming at Calgary's Glenco e Club. Miss Tanner, who won six gold and six silver medals at the 1967 Pan-American [raiisf er sdd in an Interview Monday that although she has given up competitive swimming she would like to try coaching. "I still swim for fun and I really like helping kids out. "I think I'd enjoy coaching competitive swimmers. I haven't done so yet, but one day I might." Miss Tanner said she was "not giving up on sport, just swimmiiig." "I had 11 years of that and although I really enjoyed it, there's so many other things to do. "I'll probably try out for the University volleyball team and play some basketball. My big aim is to get my degree and do so many of the other things I've wanted to do all my life." The 19-year-old Miss Tanner said she did not regret quitting swimming. "I did everything I set out to 1 do. I won some gold medals and held a world record." Score Win Only one game ot a scheduled doubleheader in the City Recreation Fastball League was run off Wednesday. Dallas Hotel Cowboys blanked the RCMP 7-0 with George Santoni picking up the win over Doug Hartley. Danny Santoni stroked a double and a single for the Cowboys while brother Corrido chipped in with two singles. Tony Catonio and Clarence Baler each had a single for the RCMP. The second game, between Lethbridge Hotel and Nu-Mode Homes was1 cancelled as the Homers failed to field a OUT CHARGES LONDON (AP) The British government called on Colombia Wednesday to spell out charges against English soccer captain Bobby Moore, who is still under allegations of shoplifting a bracelet from a store in Bogota on the eve of the World Cup. Cubs Dump Milk River Crighton Cubs tuned1 up for their weekend battle for the southern Alberta senior baseball crown Wednesday evening by belting visiting Milk River 8-1. Greg Lazaruk was the Manner as ha fanned 16 and gave up just two hits. The loss went to Ron Stevens who was lagged with eight hits. Stevens struck out 12. Athol Thomas led the Cubs with a single and a triple while Bruce Gullet, Jim Campbell and Bill Persley each added a triple. Keith Dangcrfield and Steve Brandvold accounted for the hits for Milk River as they managed a single S With Ca VANCOUVER (CP) Dale Tallon joined Vancouver Canucks of the National Hockey League Wednesday for a fig-ire his1 business manager called "the highest for any anta-eur that I know of, including iobby nucks Tallon, 19, signed a one-year contract. The figure wasn't given but one Canuck official indicated it "could be nudging into six figures" if Tallon plays all 78 games next season. Tallon's business manager, Alan Eagleson, is the man who negotiated Orr's first pact with Boston Bruins. Reports have said it calls for about Canucks, heading for their first NHL season, now have to decide where to play Tallon, their first amateur draft choice from Toronto Marlboros. Tallon would prefer to play defence. Head scout John O'Flaherty figures left wing is his best position. Coach Hal Laycoe is wondering about trying him at centre. Canucks open their training camp in Calgary Sept. 11. Experienced Automobile Salesmen Required Immediately Due to our plans to move to our new premises January 1st, 1971, we require 3 experienced salesmen immediately. In person to I. D. FOSTER Sales Manager DUNLOP FORD SALES 1718 3rd AVENUE Her one-over-par 39 for the first nine holes was followed by one-over-pars on the 10th, 12th, 15th, 16th and 18th holes. She had three birdies and eight pars. She said she was surprised with the high scores of her ri- vals. "I think the kids are just trying hard and ending up out of bounds. It takes confi- dence to talk yourself into it (the The interprovinclal team com- petition is developing into a dog fight for runner-up honors. The 36-hole segment of the tournament, involving three EDMONTON (CP) Head coach Ray Jauch took a mouth- ful of beer and Iried to hide his satisfaction at Edmonton Eski- mos 14-2 victory over Calgary Stampeders in the Western Football Conference Wednesday night. "One win doesn't make a Grey Cup, but we put up a pretty good he said in the dressing room following the defence-oriented game. "The kids on offence made a lot of mistakes, but we expected that and we're getting better." Fortunately for the Eskimos the defence made few mistakes before fans, consistently cutting down Stampeder run- ners and flattening pass receiv- ers in between chasing quarter- backs. So effective was the Edmon- ton year it had the best record in Canada for yards the explosive Cal- gary attack managed only 11 first downs. Jerry Keeling, Calgary's No. 1 quarterback, had plenty of com- pany in the backfield, but most of the time it took the form of an Edmonton player or two. John Lagrone, Greg Pipes, Ron Forwick and Roy Shatzko, defensive linesmen for the Eski- m o s, consistently harrassed Keeling who managed just 12 pass completions in 27 attempts. Larry Lawrence replaced Keeling briefly in the final quarter and was good on one of four pass attempts. He also made-the longest run of the trying to evade the Edmonton front four. Calgary coach Jim, Duncan said his club's offensive block- ing broke down and "therefore we couldn't run as much as we wanted." He said that pass receivers were frequently in the open, but "Edmonton's pass rush was so great the quarterbacks didn't have time to hit them." Calgary's two points came in the first quarter when Rudy Linterman was wide on field- il attempts of 18 and 26 yards. girls from consists of from each all 10 provinces, aggregate totals day's best two scores. A second team title is available for aggregate low net scores. The third British Columbia team member, Sharon Janzen of Prince George, shot 97 Wednesday. ONTARIO SECOND In the low gross team event, for the Ada Mackenzie Chal- lenge Trophy, Miss King and Pam Mackay of Ashburn both shot 90 to place Ontario second at 180. New Brunswick, last year's Mary Pyke Rose Bowl winner for team low net, is third in gross play at 183. Ruth Maxwell of S'ackville had a 90 and Lise Vautour of Maple Green 93. Laclilan Elected President Edmonton's only touchdown was scored by tight end Sam Campbell who caught a Don Trull pass in the second quarter from the Calgary 11. Dave Cutler converted the touchdown and kicked third- quarter field goals of 41 and 43 yards. In the last quarter his 54-yard attempt at a field goal went for a single point. Rusty Clark started at quart- erback for the Eskimos, but was replaced in the second quarter by Trail. Clark threw six passes, completed two and had two intercepted. Trull hit eight of 22 passes for ANDY CAPP IT'ScoAMN1 f SOMETHIN' WHEN) VER CAN'T GET A SEAT IK1 OWN LQCALT WOULb fER ME ANV AW Minor Ball Norcrest Pirates captured the Lethbridge Little League championship Wednesday eve- ning as they stopped the Lake- side Tigers 3-1. The win gave the Pirates the city championship in straight games after their 10-0 win Mon- day evening. Reno Trentini threw the third strike past nine Tigers and al- lowed just two hits as he earn- ed the win. Larry Lennox tagged for five hits, was the loser. Greg Kveder and Harry Blacker each stroked a double for the winners while Doug Berger and Lorenz Bohnert ac- counted for the only hits off of Trentini, both singles. 117 yards and had no Intercep- tions. Edmonton gained 31 yards rushing and 127 passing whila Calgary gained 62 yards along the ground and 149 in the air. The win evened Eskimos' rec- ord at 1-1, (he same as Cal- gary's. Edmonton lost last week 23-11 to Saskatchewan Roughri- ders while Calgary trounced Winnipeg Blue Bombers 34-10. The Stampeders play British Columbia Lions MonQay in Cal- gary. The Eskimos are host to the Lions next Thursday. YARDSTICK STORY EDMONTON K CALGARY J CAL EDM First downs........... 11 7 Yards rushing......... 62 3] Yards passiny......... 1.J9 127 Net olicnce........... 205 143 Passes made-ivied 13-31 10-28 Interceptions-yards..... 2-13 2-39 Punls-avg. Yards .....Id-'JO 14-J5.2 Fumrjies-fumbles lest 2-2 0-0 Penalties-total yards 3-15 4-20 STANDINGS Western Conference W L T F A PI Saskatchewan 0 0 65 20 Colgnry..... 1 I 0 35 24 Edmonton 1 1 0 25 2S B.C......... 1 1 0 57 63 Winnipeg 0 2 0 31 82 MOOSE JAW (CP) Cal- gary defeated Revelstoke, B.C., 7-3 Wednesday eliminating tha B.C. team from the western Canada senior little league baseball championships. Revelstoke earlier lost to Moose Jaw. Winning pitcher for Calgary was Danny McLafferty. Calgary now meets Leth- bridge in the B side of double knockout competition, In their first encounter, Leth- bridge won 6-5. Earlier Wednes day, Leth- bridge w a s defeated 21-0 by Edmonton, one of the tourna- ment favorites. Edmonton scored six iims in the first and sixth innings, its first game at the tournament. Winning pitch- er was Loran Niven. you can enjoy CALGARY (CP) Doug Lauchlan of Calgary, vice- president of Mount Royal Col- lege, was elected president of the Alberta Junior Hockey League Wednesday. Ian McKenzie of Leduc was elected vice president, and J. B. Stewart of Edmonton was named chairman of the board of directors. The new executive replaces Hie post of the commissioner which was eliminated earlier this year. Don Drummond of the Red Deer Advocate is sec- retary manager of the league. The league agreed to meet with tfe Western Canada Hock- ey League to discuss what it termed mutual problems. The league's 50 game sched- ule opens in the first week of October. No Comment TORONTO (CP) Toronto Argonauts' coach Leo Cahiil has issued no-comment orders to his office staff on the condition flanker Bobby Taylor who suffered a knee injury in Tues- day's Eastern Football Confer- ence game against Montreal Al- ouettes. We have no report to make his condition today and I couldn't say when we will re- lease Oaliill said. THE CARtING BREWERIES (AlBERTAj LIMITED ;