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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 THE lETtlBRIDGl IIERAID Ttiunday, AuguM 10, 1972 AlborUtns -well buck in leant. Barb Home one stroke back of leaders with a 76 Lakers whipped WINNIVEt! .Special! tJaylc Borlhvvick mid (Jail Moore a rivalry Wednesday between Ontario ami Rritish Columbia in two separate events during the. first voui'd of the Canadian women's amateur elnnnpionships. Ontavin. led by Mrs. Hortlivv- k-k's I'ai' luck a three-stroke lead (nor Columbia in the. first i-onntl of the 3iMwli- in- incial ships. Rul champion- forced In share Ilio lead in the wnmcn's iiuiivkl- ual cliampionsliip, being simiillanoiisly al the Niiikwu Two Easy victory CALGARY (Special! Fol- lowing ripht on the heels of n brilliant effort by Harvey Pocza Tuesday, Allan Ccpneris put on a show of liis own in the Prairie Little baseball championships Wednesday. Gepneris, pitching Lcthbridgo Lakeside All-Slars, picked up a decisive 1-1-4 vie- tory over Moose Jaw to give the Lctlibridge club the A sec- tion championship. Lethbridge now awaits the winner of the B final between Calgary and Moose Jaw today. Letl] bridge's next game is Friday. Gepneris gave tip just Golf league hils while fanning II on the way to his victory. Ho walked only one bailer. The loss wenl to Vclcr CiaUinger. In the other game Wednes- day Greg Barrow smashed a two run homo run to give Calgary n 5-1 win over Bran- don. Calgary had been trailing before rial-row connected. Winning pitcher was Ron Bla- sctti who was relieved by Granl Pitman in Iho top o[ the Country CHib when Mrs. Mooro of Coqiiitlam also fired par Burli Home, tlio Alberta ju- nior champum three years and an alternate) on (lie proviii- nal women's team Hie past two years, turned in a sparkling 16. Miss Home, of lind rounds o[ 37-39 lo take sole- liossessiim of tliircl place In the standings. Miss Home, Hie dominant figure, in women's golf in tbe past four years, playe.il every hole lo par witli Ihe exception of the lath. She bopied in, a par three hole. She did not miss a pull under three feet in her IS hole round. Meanwhile, another Ixith- hridge golfer, Elsie McCiralh, toured the par 75 layout in for an 87. Tho Ontario foursome, tlieir three low scores counting in the team race, came in wiUi MO over the course. The clcfcndhig champion B.C. learn. captained by Mrs. Moore, combined for a 23li lo- tal. Alberta was third at 2M, fol- lowed hy SD.skatehewan at 252. Maniloha and Quebec were lied al 253, New Brunswick had 25-1, Nova Scotia Prince Ed- ward Island 278 and New- sixth. Greg loss. Sleeves took tho pi ay r COUNTRY CLUB Low net Peters and An- derson, tied 28. Low gross Baird, Town- Kend, Carney, tied 38. Low team net Lethbridge Office Furniture, S. Worboys, D. Peters, A. Green and I. Jones 120. T.ethbrldge FlKriiture LaVevIew Texaco............. Tollestruo.................... DwigaUi.................... 11] Uliydale ...............lfJ' ...........105 Eaton's Packers..................... U-: CHFC Radio................. 5' Swill: 1: Parsons Cliff 30. Hob Thomas, i in LAKESIDE Low net Sugar Beeters Low gross Flemings law team net Flemings, Rob Forrest, Desn ifarker, Howard Fleming and Garry Jones. CHEC U7 ns Doriqalli...................- 1-J3 Gentlemen Ml Sugar Heelers Fraches The Herald Ace Building Parsons I nperial Life....... renrjlje House of Lelhbrldsa Owen Walters......... tind Lelhbridge won its opening gamo Tuesday against Calgary 1-0 as Pocza burled a one-hitter and scored the only run of Iho game in the first inning. He doubled, stole third and came home on an error. Tile winner of the western Canada title will play for the Canadian title in Edmonton next week. Calgary left 14 runners on base on its way to a 2-0 loss Windsor Wednesday in the op- ening game of the best-of-threc Canadian Little Big League baseball final in Windsor, On tario. Winning piLcher Gary Peter son kept the Allrerta club from scoring despite the seven hit. and nine walks he allowed ant the four errors made by hi club. Second game of the scries i .scheduled to be played here to- day. If a third game is neccs sary, it will be played here Fr day. of tho championship, for bays Hi to 18 years olrl, ad- vances to the world champion- ship in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Singles by nick .Johcocur, Randy Piccinalo and Mark Syl- vester, coupled with a pair of Calgary errors, gave Windsor both of its runs in the second inning. ouudland 302. HAII.S BY ONE In the four-day 72-holc indi- idual pursuit of tiie Duchess of ComiaughL gold cup, won last ear by .locelyn Bourassa of M1, 123 Ill COMING SOON MUFFLED CHUCKLES Kingston liosl KINGSTON, Onl. 'CP) Sailing and yachting events of the 1976 summer Olympics will be held in this town, halfway between Toronto and Montreal, it was announced Wednesday. And despite a SW million price tag attached to the sailing facilities in Kiel for this month's games in Munich, it will only cost about S5.3 million to stage the sailing events here in 197S, Mayor C. V. Swain saifi. Mayor Swain and Mayor Jean Drapeau of Montreal, site of the 1976 Olympics, made the joint announcement. Shawinigan, Quo., who has since turned professional, Uie wo leant were only one stroke ahead of 21-year-old Miss Home. At two-over-par 77 were nine- ime Canadian champion Mar- ene Streit of Fonthill, Ont., and Toronto's Liz Daniel, a former Ontario junior champion. Pam Miller of Oshawa, Ont., was alone at 7H. Bunched at 79 were B.C. (cam-mates Marilyn Palmer of Vancouver anrl Dale Shaw of Sidney as well as Sue Kainp- man of Kitchener, Ont, and Lancy Smith of Williamsville, N.Y. Mrs. Borthwick, hit 15 greens, and was two over par on the 397-yard par four fourth hole. Mrs. Moore, the Canadian champion in 1970, chipped well during the first. 13 holes of medal-play; "Not bad said Mrs. Mooro is expecting a child in January. Mrs. Streit, who set the Niakwa course record of 72 during the 1956 Canadian closed championships, was forced U> take a bogey five on the 314- rtl mill hole when her second ot landed behind a tree. But on the whole, yes, I'm listied with ray performance she said. Aside frum the B.C. and On- rio scores, none of the team ilfcrs managed to break 80. jinnnlon's Betty Cole, Cal- iry's Marilyn Ann Dahl, Deb- K Savoy of La Tuque, Que. Barbara Turnbull of Saska- jor. all had scores of 80. following today's round, the eld of ns will be reduced lo CALGAHY (Special) C'al- gury Jimmies moved another slcp closer to tho Alberta Major Dascball League pciv- nant Wednesday night by whipping Ixrthliriclgc Lakers 7- 2 in a game .shortened lo eight, innings hy rain. The victory moved Jimmies 214 games in fronl of Calgary Giants who finish Iheir .sched- ule tonight with a borne game against Red Deer Elks. Jimmies wasted little time getting Lhc jump on Ine Lakers, scoring all seven runs against starter Handy Maxwell in he first four innings. Al Kcrchuk relieved Maxwell with one out in the fourth. Chris McKinnie, backed hy a sterling defence which came up with three double plays, was ttie master on the Jimmies' mound. T h o u g I touched for six hits he was ii slight trouble only in the thirc inning when Lakers scoret Iheir runs. Doug Simon and Marv Cham bet-lain led the 11 hit Calgar (issault. Simon had three: hits including a two run homci while one of Chamberlain's tw hits was n throe run homei Meanwhile Russ Park e r commissioner of the League las taken an Aug. 2 victory fiway from Kdmonton Tigers in i replayed game aijainst Keel )cer Elks. No inado the ruling Wralncs- lay after tho IMs protested he game in Red hccauso hey said Ihe Tigers used twn )hiycrs who were not in Iho official lineup June 1. The Tigers won the replayed contest 10-Jt hy scoring Iwo runs .n Hie ninth inning. In Ihe orl- ;innl game, also al Deer, .he teams bottled lo an IS-8 (io afler cighl complelc innings it was suspended bccatiso of darkness. In calling the second game tic, which rloesn't affect tho standings, Parker said "I h o first game had erroneously heen ruled a ono hy the official scorer in Red Deer." "A lie game called due to darkness is a called game, not a suspended one. And it may he declared official or replayed depending on individual league- rulings." Parker also announced that hcst-nf-lhrcc scrni final play- offs would start next week. Lelhbridne Calgnry And McKinnie M CO; 000 3 351 -100 7 11 cll T 6 21 ,J2J ,41-1 .222 NATIONAL LEAGUE East L Pet. 3? .615 W, 44 Alexander a shot back for an expectant CALGARY (CP) Kelly Roberts ot London, Ont., cele- brated his birthday Wednesday by taking a share of second place in the Canadian amateur golf championship. But. the top prize of Hie day went to Pierre Lessard of Sher- brooke, Que., alone in first place with a three-undcr-par 68 and a one-stroke- lead. Roberts, 19, was tied with de- nod fairway game. The 1971 Quebec amateur champion vent one stroke over par twice. With the, exception of Side- owf, the top four golfers all members of different PUBLIC NOTICE PLUMBING SUPPLIES NOW AVAILABLE TOR RETAIL SALES AT (DISCOUNT PRICES) NEUDORF PLUMBING HEATING LTD. nnd of aU Yovr plumbing Owned and opcraled by ABE NEUDORF 1811 SndAvc. 5. Ph. 328-1911 NEUKO SHEET METAL LTD. AUTHORIZED DEALfR TOR fending 'champion low GO and tics and, after rce rounds, the low 36 and Dick Side- rowf of Easton, Conn., and Keith Alexander ot Calgary who won the event in 1060. Although young, Roberts look the Onlario amateur this year and the Canadian junior cham pionsbip last year. Lessard, 24, mastered Ihe de- manding greens of Earl Grey Golf Club where Ihe grain tends to make putts curl in directions away from the cup. Lessard took a meagre 23 putts, dropping a couple from 20 feet, but getting most of hi; five birdies from short dis tanccs after setting up with hi? Three join Team Canada TORONTO fCP) Team Canada announced Wednesday :he signing of three acMitional players to oppose the Russian national hockey learn in an eight-game series next month The new players, bringing the team hack io its original strength of 35, arc goalUnxlcr Eddie Johnston of Boston Bruins, defenceman Brian Glennic of Toronto Maple I-caf? and Dale Tallon of Vancouver Canucks, a defenceman forward whom coach Harry Sinden plans to use on righi wing. He feels lie can play Kosmos not through? AIR-CONDITIONERS HEATERS MONTREAL fCP) Mark ouktanding linebacker with Montreal Alouettes last season, is if he'll ever play football again. The Eastern Football Confer- ence's nominee tor lineman of the year in Ifi7i was given his release by Hamilton Tiger-Cats after bdnn claimed on waivers from Montreal, but he feels he still has something lo prove in football. All Kosmos needs Is 3 team warch of a proven import linebacker. "It's just a mailer of sitting around waiting for Fomelhing to break open a.s the goes he said in an in- terview here, Fitr returning lo foot hall primarily a fi- nancial ronsiHerahnn. Ho is se- r.urr; in a position with Volume j Sak-s, a furniture romp a n y wmiW }ikn fn rrUin hi? 'Tvr. offrrryj this f v.v r, rrn ir h rn nney x y fvi i the Alouottc.s. If ho'll stay psid Loui.s Slolf, Kos boss uitJi the furniture rompany. ''Thai's v.'hnt. think of him around here. "He dwasn't need that hush foolbaJl anrl fronl officr Hint's going on arounr hoe (liir, yf-ar. HrV, lo do juF.t fine. Fir. fjiiphl f'-ll Ihcm V.-fnTr: If. jro." the main issue lions with tlic in his- ncgotia- Alrmcltes, fie wantcxl security the team in he could remain with the urniture company in Montreal. NBA faces law CHICAGO fAPM An anti- trust suit was against the Witirin'jJ Basketball Assoc'iation n federal court Wednesday by wo California men whose 1ml :o buy the Hoston Celtics frnn- chisc was rejected hy the NBA June 15. The suit, in of Irving H. and Harold A, Lipton, h of Revnrly Mills, a money award of three Kf; Ibf! sum fhey have re denied. of Ihe Oltirs, (imoiinf. i-. In deform in af n kitrr Half. The suit charged thai and officers directors of tho. National (icn- oral florporatirm, applied ir .'unc In transfer ownership ol the Celtics from the old owners to themselves. Tliey c'jntfnderl MM IransYc was Corn missirjRcr Waller Kennedy, bu hV o.'-nn', NiJA "F ean't have Ihese people it all sorts of money iy training and then just g ip nnd walk out on one flay lotice. "And money never was mil )f a prohlem with us. All ranter! was some security. 'PI irsl thing I for was S guarantecj'i on each year a Ihree-year contract. "They (the AloueUcsj si no. So I cut the offer to h year. They said no agai Then F asked for a yea Anrl agsin Ihey pairJ no. "So finally I Sflifl 'Okay, guarantee, just put it in wrilii :hat you won't trade me tl year.' They coulrl still have c me just as Ihey have, Anrl Lh no. With that 7 harl fo gel iking lhat they didi want me around this year at all. After liiey had just re- jeclfl something thaf, wouldn't have cost them any fhnt hn was dnmand- ing giiaranttrefi a year i n Ihrcc-yea r contract wore without foumlalion, Kosrnos sairl. "H jiist couldn't further From the truth. I had three brothers who Mcrifices so T couW go to eollege in hnma nnd play football nrvl F've aiwflys felt I had something prow ns And X iliink I've iL ims m the Willmgdon Cup ir en t won Tiiesd ay by ritish Colurnhia Alberta -onrl, Ontario fourth and Que- c fifth. Siclerowf said if the weather iconics sunny and calm, the nning score at the end of 72 iles would be eight or nine rokes under the par total of for four rounds. A couple of squalls swept irough the area Wednesday ternoon as Tom Irwin, 20, of :anhopc, P.E.T., picked up an 3glc two on the eighth hole ith a shot from Ihe rough, icn chipped in for a hirdie on m next to go five under par ith a 30 after the first nine ole.s. He birdicd the 10th then he tarted slipping and went six trokcs over par on the next ight holes to finish even at 71. The wine! was blowing head- n at the I7lh but he said his Jay wasn't good enough to dc- crve the score he got. "F wasn't hitting the hall at ,11; I was slicing everything in ight. I got a lot of breaks, but 'as pulling good on the front nine.11 One under par at 70 were F'cpper of Saska- oon, Brent Bailey of Edmon- on, Harold FJasechnik and Joe Ferguson of Calgary, Dave FJarr of Kclowiia, B.C., and Jim Doyle of Winnipeg. Don Graham of Medicine Rat was 3S-36 for a 71. TODAY'S GAMES l f4-1J n 50 .515 tn .44-1 IFiVi (7 fi) al ChlMgi flllllngha ken (12-3) (MO) H WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Monlreal 000010 I Chicago 100 CrtO 1 Moore, Marshall [10.3) (7) We Carver, Bcccabella Hands. Me (1-4) (8) MR jintl Hundley, Rudolph (81 Warlin d Chl-VJilliarr.J Diego 301 Ml Oltt- i H San Franciico COO 1OT 1 6 Kirby Norman fS) CGI rafeir Marlchnl McMahon (8 and Rader. Hfls: Morales 13) and (4-9} and Willla Casam (3 HR; Afl -A Los Angclfil Ml 1M 601- 3 Cincinnati HO 103 6 Slrwer (MO) nrvd Yea her; Hall (iD Carroll fG) and HR: Haw York 211 000 11 31. Louil 010 001 McAndrew (8-3> and Dyan Durha (aS) Cumberland (1) Bare (7) Grzi da (8) Drabowsfcy (9) and Sim mo HHi HY-Soswel) evc'and aukce ODAY'S GAMES HfllUmcro PAlir.cr (154) af Mlfwaif- "j Parsons (9-9) Detroit Colcmnn 112.16) Hew line fll-0 N Corbrrt "t Cflllfnr. la II Chlcano nrariley al OaVlan-1 oHmion II YEONESDAY'S RESULTS BJV Ycrk WO 00 Fryman fl 01 and ivrr m-T3! Rofand (7) and tills. ECOtID York iveland WO 000 243 in (7-SO Sthennan (7t nnj Frcehanj (10) Lamb Fa Si on roome wn oco mer (T) (8) Lcr! (10-7) Peters (7) HR: Bos rexai Ainneiola Ml 000 "01- 2 3 5 and Biflino'l Wood- (7-10) end Bcrgmann. Dallimoro 003 and Duncan: Hctllund (7-5) Anqellnl (7) Abernalhy (7) ar.tJ KirVpalricV, go 000 000 1W- 1 1 California r.'GO W> 6 1 Wood (19-10 a ml Her r ma nn Rya n OMO) (3) and Kusnycr. W L T F A I. T F A PI Winnipeg Cnlgary SUMMER OF 10-SPEED BICYCLES THIS WEEK NEXT WEEK SAVE SAVE SAVE IHE FOLLOWING WEEK AND SO ON-UP TO MORE EACH WEEK UNTIL ALL BICYCLES ARE SOLD SKI SCENE SPORTS COLLEGE MALI. Cliono 327-0553 8 in. 37, 43, 60, 56, 63, and 70 II. lenglht MUJU FOR DOLUR. MAYDHTH AUSERS MOVE IT FASUR AND EASIER. COMPLETE PARTS STOCK DISTRIBUTED BY ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 401 Av.. Sevlh Plion. JW-4J86 or MTM445., IE7HBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;