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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE Auguit 1973 Host Ontario running one-two Rich get richer at Summer Games B.C. On- tario and British Columbia con- tinued to dominate the Canada Games finishing 1-2 in swimming and entering the fi- nals today against each other in soccer and field hockey. British Columbia won foul- more gold medals in swimming but it wasn't enough to overtake Ontario for the team points championship. Ontario has won only five gold medals in swimming to 14 for British but had the necessary depth to compile 341 nine more than the host province. Alberta was third with 304 points. In the over-all Games-medals Ontario leads with 14 of them gold. British Colum- bia is second with 45 but has a leading 22 gold. Third is Quebec with 37 medals followed by Al- berta with 26 and Manitoba with 15. Nova Scoria has nine and Saskatchewan two. Becky Smith. of Ed- monton emerged as the top in- dividual performer so far. pick- ing up five gold medals in the pool. She won her final gold Tlesday night by providing Al- bena with ths first lap lead in the 400 metre med- ley relay. The other girls main- tained the margin for that prov- ince's eighth gold medal. Stephen of Van- couver also won five gold med- three of them in relays. His fifth came in the men's 400- metre medley. a fantastic said coach Deryk Snelling. the fastest-ever 15-year- old in the world in the 100- metre backstroke. Michael Kerr of Vancouver won his second gold medal the games in the freestyle in and Wendy Quirck of Pointe Claire. picked up. her second in the 800- rnstre freestyle. Mel Zajac of Vancouver won the SCO-metre Barb Clark of Edmonton took the 100-metre butterfly and Syl- vie Dexchamps of Ste. won the 200-metre brAaststroke. Ontario almost lost the points title in the women's 400-metre medley relay when one judge ruled province's third swim- mer had left the standing pad early. But the pool's highly so- phisticated timing machinery did show a and after studying filmed repl- ays of the officials re- versed the decision. Ontario re- third gaining 10 points. decision also provided Gail Amundrud of Ottawa with her sixth medal in four of them gold. Ralph former Cana- dian Olympic swimmer and now an assistant coach in Van- said the games were great for swimming. top swimmers are not here and that provides the young kids a chance to get some glory. They're not awed by the top names and they're not stars themselves so there's no pressure. They just go out and swim great IN WRONG NET Manitoba won a soccer bronze when it lost to British Columbia 2-1 Tuesday night. The first goal of the game was scored when a Manitoba defender put the ball into his own goal. That put British Columbia into tonight's final against On- tario. The same two provinces meet in the fieldhockey but it took two tight games to get there. Ontario earned its berth after playing to a scoreless double overtime tie with Nova Scotia. Ontario was awarded the game on the basis of a 5-2 edge in corners. British Columbia got Into the final by beating New Brunswick 1-0 on Stephanie Olynyk's goal on a penalty bully. British Columbia has a chance for yet another gold to- day when it gees against toba in the baseball final. Mani- toba beat Scotia 5-4 Tues- day to get a chance at the gold and B.C. downed Saskatchewan 13-7. Saskatchewan will meet Nova Scotia to decide third place. Alberta's Willingdon Cup team drops to fourth B.C. shotmakers make it three straight titles OAK Ont. For John Russell of was the happiest triple bo- he could remember. It was the opposite for Nick Weslock of whose triple bogey on the same 13th hole prevented his team from forcing a playoff in the Canadian interprovincial team golf championship Tuesday. Russell sank a two-foot putt on the 401-yard hole for the triple bogey that was enough to give British Columbia the Willingdon Cup for the third straight year. Weslock was slightly heavy on a double-bogey and so had to settle for a seven and a second-place finish for Ontario in the 36-hole tour- namennt over the yard Summit Golf and Country Club course. no excuse for that I pushed said Weslock of the missed shot. made a bad The B.C. which also in- cluded Doug Roxburgh of Van- couver and Dave Mick and Ken both of won the title with 13-over-par total of 439. Ontario had Quebec Alberta Manitoba Sas- katchewan 459. Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island New Brunswick 468 and New- foundland 486. The Willingdon Cup preceded the 72-hole Canadian amateur beginning today with a field of 165 over the t same just north of To- rontc. One of the contenders could be who had 70 and 75 for a 145 total in the team competition. defend- ing Canadian amateur cham- had 72 both Mick had consecutive 75s and Floyd was Floyd's scores were elimi- nated both days under a 1973 ruling allowing the teams to count their low three players. who had a front nine score Tuesday of two-under- had his troubles on the back nine and came in with a 40. He took a double bogey on the 417-yard 12th hole and a bogey on the 595-yard 16th hole. Neither he nor Weslock was sure which team was leading I while they were playing the 118th hole. had a suspicion if I could tap it in we had it by one Russell said. I didn't know the score for Graham 26-year-old landscape architect from Mon- bad the low individual round Tuesday with a two-un- der-par matching the best score recorded by Keith Alexan- der of Calgary in the opening round. who had a 76 in the floms owned the best average of season Lakers led league with bats CALGARY Outfielder first basement Irv Horns of Red Deer Generals won the batting race of the Al- berta Ma-jor Baseball League's 1973 it was announced today. Horns swatted 39 hits in 95 official at-bats for a aver- iage. His ouput led the league in hits and his 13 stolen bases was tops in the running depart- ment. In Horns was runner-up in slugging with 52 total bases and in runs batted in with 29. Catcher Brian Maxwell of Lethbridge runner up in the batting race with led in total bases with 58. Out- fielder Wayne Commodore of the the home run lead- er with was tops in runs batted in with 33. Twenty-one players complet- ed the season with batting aver- ages of .300 or better. Seven of IGA'S ID-SU FINAL CLEARANCE Jacketr Shorts Sweaters Shoes NOW ONE RACK OF SUITS Reg. to Price ONE RACK OF SPORT COATS Values to 20 ONE RACK OF SLACKS to ONIY....... Selection At PRICE SUMMER JACKETS Values to 406.13th St. N. 5 BARGAIN TABLE List to SHIRTS SLACKS BELTS 5 TABLE SHOES SLACKS SHIRTS SUITS Values to NOW ALL SHORT SLEEVED SHIRTS and T-SHIRTS off ONE RACK SHIRTS T-SHIRTS Price ONE TABLE SHOES Including some I whites. Top quality Price SUMMER HATS OH All Saks Final Extra Phone 327-7610 the .300-plus hitters were Lak- who had the best team av- erage of .326. Following Brian Maxwell In the batting race was his brother a at and another Lethbridge infielder Bob at .378. Lefthander Pat Murphy of Edmonton Tigers won the -pitch- ing title with a 2.48 earned-run- average. Murphy won five games and struck out 76 bat- ters in 65 1-3 innings. His teammate Mickey Hall led in strikeouts with 91. Laker righthander Paul Sullivan and Calgary Giant lefthander Dave Day each won six the most by any pitcher. Calgary Jimmies had the top pitching staff with a team earned-nm-average of 3.56. Ti- gers' combined 3.99 figure was the only other under an average of 4 earned runs per nine Inn- ings. Tiger catcher Orv Franchuk placed first in individual field- ing for having the most field- ing 214. In team fielding Tigers led with a .947 average followed toy Lethbridge at .944. Lakers will meet Leduc Oil- ers in a best of three Al- berta senior baseball cham- pionships this weekend in Leth- bridge. The winner of the Lethbndge- Leduc series will advance to tha Canadian senior champion- ships in N.B. Aug- ust 23-26. Action gets under way Satur- day evening at eight o'clock at Henderson Stadium with games set for two and again at if first picked up three birdies in the final round. He had a two-under-par 35 on the front nine and an even-par 34 on the back nine. had troubles he said. shot tha ball a little better torlay. COULDN'T RECOVER got off to a bad start In the first took a wrong and it cost me a few strokes. With the putter not go- 1 just couldn't get them back.1' an honorary choice to the ail-American golf team when he represented Michigan State University in 1971 hopes to qualify next week for the United States amateur and to turn pro I play well enough in upcoming He won the Ontario junior boys' title in 1965 while living in To- ronto. His second-round com- bined with a 73 by Eric Reid of helped give Quebec its best finish since 1967 when the province finished second to B.C. Tee-off time today in the Ca- nadian Amateur was 7 a.m. EDT. The entry list included 57 from the .United in- cluding Dick Siderowf of winner of the amateur in 1972. Golf league play results Low net AM Im- perial and Garry Flemings tied at 34. Low gross Alex Fraches 37. Low team net Dean Sab Kami and Gay Fleming 145. Eight point swteeps-Fraches over CHEC Flemings over CJOC Radio and Union 76 over Owens. Flemings.................... 154 Fraches 141 Ace Building.................. 133 Jubilee............. 1W Sugar Beeters 128 128 CJOC 127 Union 74..................... 124 Parsons Electric ...............122 House of Lethbridge........... 120 CHEC ............n19 Lethbridge Herald.............US Imperial Life................. H7 Dorigatti US Leo Singers...................114 Frank Walkers................107 A and W......................102 Owen Win or lose. S scout likes it NEW B.C. When scout Norm Trasolini watches a baseball it matters not who won or but how the game was played. It was proved Tuesday night in the baseball semi-final at the Canada Summer as British Columbia thrashed Sas- katchewan 13-7. The game was anything but but Trasolini re- mained engrossed jotting down notes in his little black keeping the line- score and commenting on the players. that said Traso- who handles Alberta and Saskatchewan for St. Louis Cardinals of the National League. swings the bat has a good natural stance and moves into the ball well. In oth- ers he's a good natural hitter and we can teach him the In the other Mani- toba edged Nova Scotia 5-4 as first baseman Jeff Sheardown aaced the Manitoba attack with his second homer of the tourna- ment. boy's a fine said who served afl general manager of Vancouver Mounties of the Triple A Pacific Coast League in the late 1960s. The first ingredient a scout looks for is with- out most boys will never make a small boy has to be an exceptional ballplayer to make other things we look for are good good throwing and desire is sometimes hard to Without the Trasolini a boy can never moke it to the major leagues. Trasolini has spent 40 years beating the bushes for baseball prospects and must watch about 150 games a BO I've got to like the He travels to miles in a couple of but says all woreS it if you can sign a good not be- cause of the but Mb- McQuay wants out Toronto Argonaut's Leon watches the team workout Tuesday. The running beck says he would wel- come being traded as the ultimate solution to the prob- lem and pressures that have 'beset him. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L Pel. GBL Detroit 61 51 .545 Baltimore....... 59 50 .541 yj New York....... 62 54 .534 1 Boston 59 52 .532 1V2 Milwaukee 52 58 .473 8 Cleveland 43 71 .377 19 Wesl Kansas City 65 49 .570 Oakland 64 49 .566 Vi Minnesota 64 54 .509 8 Chicago........ 56 57 .496 BVz California .......52 57 .477 Texas 42 .378 21 TODAY'S GAMES Texas Clyde at New York Pet- erson Oakland Holtzman at Detroit Fryman Boston Tiant at Kansas City Splittorfl California Singer at Milwau- kee Colborne Baltimore Palmer at Minne- sota Woodson Cleveland Tidrow at Chicago Bahnsen TUESDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Texas 020 ooo 270 New York 000 000 1 5 0 Bibby and McDowell and Moses. SECOND Texas .....000 001 142 New York 100 010 3 7 1 Siebert Paul Dunning Hudson and Medich McDanlel and Munson. NY Alou FIRST Oakland .....100200 15 0 Detroit ......210000 1 1 Blue Fingers Knowles and Lo'lich Miller Farmer Scherman and Freehan. Free- han SECOND Oakland 001 000 t 1 Detroit .....000 101 0 Linblad Pins and Perry Hiller and Freehan. Baltimore 5 2 Minnesota 000 004 Jefferson Reynolds Jack- son and Decker Bane and Mitterwald. SECOND Baltimore 13 1 Minnesota 010 012 4 11 3 McNally Reynolds and Kaat Goltz Alburn Corbin and Mlt- terwald ral'lfornli 14 2 Milwaukee 400 001 000 7 2 Ryan Monteagudo and Short Ed Rodriguez and Felske Mil Porter Boston 001 500 CM 12 0 Kansas C'ty 100 302 000 M 1 Pattin Skok and Garber Bird and Healy. Cleveland 311 000 OM 11 o Chicago 000 14 0 Hiloendorf San- den and John- son Baldwin Acosta and Brlnkman Chl-Melton NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL St. Louis........61 52 .540 Chicago ........56 57 .496 S Montreal ........S5 56 .495 5 Pittsburgh 54 56 .491 Philadelphia......52 40 .464 New York So 60 .455 West Los Angeles 71 42 .628 Cincinnati .....68 47 .591 4 San Francisco 61 50 .550 Houston....... 59 57 .509 13V'j Atlanta........52 64 .448 20 Va San Diego.....37 75 .330 TODAY'S GAMES Montreal Rogers at San Fran- cisco Bradley Chicago Jenkins at Cincin- nati Norman Houston Forsch at Pittsburgh Rooker Atlanta Schueler at St. Louis Folkers Philadelpha Carllon at San Diego Grief New York Matlack at Los An- geles Messersmith TUESDAY'S RESULTS St. Louis 103001 5 13 3 New York 122 100 6 n 1 Murphy Pena Hrabosky Segul and Capra McGraw and Dyer. Chicago 000000 2 t Cincinalli 000 000 10x_ 1 t 0 Reuschel Locker and Ru- Gullelt and Bench. HRi Houston 000 100 271 Pittsburgh ooe ooo 042 Wilson and Brlles Giusti Sanguillen. Montreal 000 I 0 San Francisco 110 000 3 1 Renko and Brad- ley Moffitt and Rader. Mtl Bailey SF Mc- covey Los Angelet ...330000000-4 11 San Diego 7 1 Sutton Snook Rag Brewer and Yeager Troedson Ross Corkins and Kendall. GAMES STANDINGS G S B Total Ontario............14 19 17 50 British Columbia..... 22 13 10 45 Quebec..............13 12 12 37 Alberta............ 8 7 11 26 Manitoba 1 7 7 15 Nova Scotia......... 3249 Saskatchewan 0 2 0 2 New Brunswick 0 0 0 0 Prince Edward Island .0000 Newfoundland...... 0 0 0 0 Yukon 0000 Northwest Territories .0000 WESTERN W L T F A Pts 2 0 0 43 55 4 Edmonton Saskatchewan Calgary B.C...... Winnipeg 1 1 0 43 35 0 36 28 2 0 23 15 2 01 0 5 21 0 0 2 0 25 43 0 FD C F6 S P E 0 35 2 20 S 0 4 2 2 12 0 0 0 12 E........2 0 0 0 12 C......2 2 3 0 11 E .........1 0 0 0 t DUAL STEEL RADIAL TIRES MILE Written Guarantee ELRICH TIRE ;