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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, August 9, 1971 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD HORSESHOES A GALS GAME The 095 old sporf of horseshoes look on a new look Saluday at the summer Gomes in Claresholm wilh this gal campelitor leading the way. Young and old, male and female found the horseshoe competHion to their liking. The Games ended Saturday. WUlingdon Cup opens Hot putter the key HALIFAX (CP) The man wilh tlie top pu'.ter will says professional George Robin- son at the Oakfield Golf and Country Club near here, site of the Willingdon Cup team compe- tition and the Canadian amateur golf championship. Forty golfci's, making up 10 provincial teams, teed off this morning in the opening round of the 36-hole team trials at Oak- field, a par 73 layout with mas- sive greens and some demand- ing par four holes. Robinson savs the course is Hawks lose Alberta final Experience proved to be the big factor as the Edmonton Golden Jets carted home the Alberta Senior Lacrosse cham- pionship ovsr the weekend. Nanmtli could iiiiss most of NFL season NK1V YOTiK CAP) ,Jne X.i- malh, New York Jets' star quarterback, had the cartilage removal frnn; his lett knee Sun- day and wilh il went his chance ''to show cvon'bcdy I'm the f 1 quarterback in football" at least Tor awhile. "This isn't a carccr-crding in- said Dr. James Nicholas, the Jets' team physician, who has operated Ilirec other times on the delicate Nainni.il knees. "He'll probably be oack in un- iform to play by the n.iddlc of November, but then there is Ih? question of his liming. He'll lot us know if he can set up and drop back." Namalh suffered severe liga- ment damage Saluuiay night when ho attempted to make a tackle during the Jets' exhibi- tion opener against Detroit Lions in Tampa, Flo. lie made a handoff lo Lee White, who hobbled the ball. Lion linebacker JUikc Lncci picked if up and scampered 23 yards for n touchdown Ihat slnrlcd Detroit on Ihe road to a 211-2'! victory aflcr Namnlh had guided New York (o a M-0 lead. Nnmnlli Iricd lo bring Lucci down, but, ir.issed and Detroit linebacker Paul Naumorf fell on lop of him. It was Ihe second time inalh required surgery on his left knee, The Jets came up with two straight victories over the host Taber Ebony Hawks in a best of three affair to win the Sid Parsons trophy. The Edmonton crew bol- stered with 11 six-year veterans trailed in both encounters, but fought back lo win the title. Saturday night the Jets trail- ed 5-4 after the first period of play, but came back to win it Ken Gregus did an outstand- ing job for the Hawks rattling in five goals and Iwlping on three others. Dave Smith flipped in two goals and ,-ddcd four assists while Brian Lewko netted in two to round out the Hawks scoring. Sunday the Hawks jumped to an early 2-0 lead but once again watched the Jcls catch up in the second. The Hawks who suffered the short end of a 12-0 score in Hits contest got a three goal perfor- mance from Roger McAdam while Dave Smith and Ken Gregus added two apiece. Don Kcsley and Brian Lcivko managed singletons. Meanwhile Ihe IxMhbridus Lancers dropped Ihcir first game of best of Ihrcc semi- final to Nanton in Alberta Ju- venile Lacrosse playof over e big loss Ken Hoychuk was Ihc Lelhbridgc gun in the I2-H as he scored five goals. Drinn Andres, Dan Iwaski and Dave Mills chipped in with singles. More sport on page 8 dry "and the ball will be rolling a long way." But, when the competitors hit the greens, they may s'ill have some distance to the cup. Ontario is the defending champion in the team competi- tion and returns this year with three of the members of last year's squad. Four-time Canadian amateur champion Nick Weslock of Bur- lington and former Canadian and Uni'.cd Spates amateur champion Gary Cowan of Kitch- ener lead the team. Kelly Rob- erts of London, playing his first year with the Ontario quartet, and Stu Hamilton of Brampton are the other members of the team, expected to dominate play during the two-day compe- tition. B.C. HAS TOP JUNIOR British Columbia is also ex- peeled to be a lop contender with last year's Canadian junior champion Doug Roxburgh of Vancouver leading the The team championslup sets Uie pace, for the four-day, 72- holc Canadian amateur compe- tition, with the top amateur golfers in both Canada and the United Slates in tlie lield of 1C) sholmakcrs. Wcslock and Cowan are raled with the top golfers in Canada. Also in Ihe field w ill be Howard Twi'.ty of Aiizoua and James Simons of Pennsylvania, two of the lop amateur golfers inHhe U.S. James Slcwarl, ,-i 16-year-old from Singapore wilh a two handicap, is expected lo score n-cll. The d.701-yard course has four par Ihroc holes, fhc par fives and nine par fours. Par going out is and "il's a lough in- coming home." Hob in son says numbers eleven, 11 and par fours provide most of the trou- ble for the compel ilors. WINDS AUK KUY Number seven a straight hole hill Ihe prevailing winds of the day usually have the great- esl rffecl Ihcre. There's a slighl dip in fronl of Ihe green Ihat often helps dislort the distance. Off Iho lee on number 11 is narrow and remains tight lo n gully up Ihe fairway. "The Kith has lo he Ihe host finishing hole in the world." ays Hobinson. The final hole slopes quickly downhill off Ihe loo and aboui midway along Ihe "airway ascends lo a plalcau- ike ijrecn righl in Iron; of the clubhouse. U.S. learn not prepared for Pan-American Games Canadian rown CALI, Culombia (CP-AP) Blonde Canadian tomboy Leslie, Cliff has drowned her U.S. oppo- s i I i o n in the Pan-American Games, but the triple gold med- allist thinks the Yanks have a poolful of excuses. "They're sick. Their team morale isn't lira good. I peaked myself for the Pan-Am Games and the Americans are tapering toward a peak for the U.S. Nationals in two weeks at H o u s t o she said Sunday night. The 16-y e a r -o 1 d Vancouver swimmer conquered Susie At- of Long Beach, Calif., to win gold medals in the 200- and 400-meti-e individual medleys and also swam the third leg the winning a team gold in tho 400 medley relay. In her individual 400 medley victory Sunday night, Miss Cliff knocked off Miss Atwood and Alice Jones, the American world-record holder in the 100 butterfly. "Susie was very sick after the 400 Miss Cliff said. 'And Alice Jones was so sick she hardly managed fourth." CAME EARLY Canada's girl swimmers came !o Columbia two weeks before the competition began. "That was too said Leslie, 'but the U.S. squad showed up 48 hours before its first event and now they're all getting tlie tourists' stomach trouble." Miss Cliff and Jocelyn Lovell of Toronto, who won a cycling jold medal Sunday night, aoosted the team total to 14 gold after nine days of competition. Wilh five days of the two- week Games remaining, the 1971 team already has sur- passed its Winnipeg perform- ance in 1967 by two gold. While the second-place Cu- bans were only silver and bronze during the weekend, the third-place Canadian squad won four gold in their IB-medal spree Saturday 'and Sunday. The Cubans, with gold, have little going for them in swimming. And wilh 33 swim- ming and diving gold medals at stake, the Canadian squad al- ready has logged .six gold-all by the 17 awarded in the pool Donna-Marie Gurr and Sylvia Dockcrill of Vancouver won a pair (tf gold Saturday night in the 100 backstroke and 100 Lreastsiroke respectively. Liz Cari'ulhcrs of Edmonton won a diving gold last week in the springboard event. Their golds, combined with the three Miss Cliff and the relay won, gave the Cana- dian girls six of eight women's events. In Winnipeg, only Elaine Tanner of Vancouver was able to crack the U.S. swimming Viking defence held Plunkett wanted to win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS eago Bears forced Green Bayjpion Baltimore Colts failed to About the only thing that marred Heisman Trophy winner Jim Plunkett's professional foot- ball debut with New England Patriots was that his team lost. "I wish we could have the rookie quarterback said after the Patriots were defeated J7-10 by Minnesota Vikings in one of two exhibition games Sunday. Plunkett entered the game with only 11 minutes left to play and completed two of three passes but couldn't spark the New England offence that was tlirottled by the marauding Vi- king front four. The P a t r i o t s managed to break into Minnesota territory only once in the first half and scored their lone touchdown on Clarence Scott's 23-yard inter- ception return of a Bob Lee pass. Short carries by Jim Lind- sey and Dave Osborn had a field goal by Fred Cox ac- counted for Minnesota's scoring. 49ERS WIN Quarterback John Brodie and receiver Gene Washington, for- merly of Ottawa Rough Riders the Canadian Football League, combined for two long scoring plays as San Francisco 49ers inaugurated play in their new Candlestick Park home with a 38-24 thrashing of Cleve- land Browns. In Saturday's contests, Chi- qiiarlfrback Frank Patrick into his own end zone for a safety and then held on to edge the Packers 2-0. Super Bowl cham-1 10-7 score. avenge a loss to Kansas City Chiefs early last season and wo'md up on the short end of a ANDY CAPP TOM.'THE REFEREE 'AWT SHOWN UP, YER MISSUS SPARE F> THE AFTERNOON I__IU. dl LOOK, ANDY, MEESE I'M A NOBODY AT WORK, BUT I'M BOSS AT 'OME FORGET MATE, I'LL FIND SOMEONE ELSE A BLOKE WHO SAYS THAT PROBAS-Y WOULDN'T TELi- THE TRUTH ABOUT CFF-SiDE EITHER.' LI tn stranglehold, v, inning Lv, o indi- vidual gold. Tiny Dcanne Deardniff, a 14- year-old Cincinnati whiz, liallcil Miss Cliff's string of victories in Sunday night's builerfly. taking only the second U.S. gold in the women's .Viss Cliff got the silver in a finish. "The Americans wanted to win said the Canadian champion "But tlvjy couldn't. For that reason. I fee! mighty good about winnii three gold and a silver." The "peaking11 business she talked about is slriuly (aii jar- gon for btir.g in top shape. Les- lie feels she will be "peaked out" when she enters the U.S. Nationals at Houston, Tex., but that the Americans will bo ready. Leslie, her medals of gold and silver in hand, will reti'rn to Vancouver to prepare for sev- eral other goals, including the 1972 Olympics El Munich and the 1S7-3 Commonwealth Games al C'irisldiurcK YZ. The Canadian team's medal total reached (il with the com- pletion of Sunday's 12 finals. Saturday the team won two gold, four silver and two bronze. Sunday, the total bag was slighth guld, one silver and seven bronze. In other swimming, Ralph Huton of River, B.C in the men's freestyle, and John Hawes of llor'.real in the 200 were bronze winners Sunday nighi. Saturday night, there was a silver medtl for Canada in the men's 400-mttre freestyle relay, won in Games record time by the U.S. Canada's team of Tim- othy Edmonton; Ian jMacKenzie. 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