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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1971 THE LEIHBRIDSE HERALB Wodne.doy. Auguil Alberta third in standings Youngster paces B.C. team PLAYING TENNIS LIKE GOLF Using o Iwo-honded Frew McMillan does some tip-loeing during second round return and wearing a "Ben Hogon" Soufh African action at Ihe Canadian Open tennis championships. Pocza shines C'algary bombed Uic host Moose Jaw dub 14-1, scoring four rujis in the second inning, six in the tliii-d and four in the fifth. Today Lethbridge will face Calgan- in the "A" round while Edmonton and Moose Jaw meet In winning the tourney open-] Lhe "B" senes. er, the Lakeside .Mi-Stars wit] i .The series will end Friday advance aJong with Calgary in the "A" round of the four-team double-knockout affair. MOOSE JAW i Special) Harris Pocza fired a one-hit- ler and guided (lie Lethbridge Lakeside All-Stars to a 3-2 vic- tory over Edmonton in the Al- berta i Saskatchewan Little League tournament Tuesday night. with the winner advancing to the Canadian championships representing the Alberta-Sask- atchewan zone. OAKFJELD, N.S. (CP) David Mirk, a 20-year-old jiisi out of junior golf ranks, fired a sparkling Ihrce-under-par 70 Tuesday to lead British Colum- bia to tlie Wiliingdon Cup team championship. Mick, playing on his first Wil- iingdon Cup team, finished the two-day, Mi-hole event with J42, lowest in the 40-golfer field. His was also Ihe lowest indi- vidual vound. Team-mate Burl Ticehurst ot Vancouver credited him with the team victory. "We came away with llie best possible Ticehurst said. "Mick played beautiful. I think he made the difference." The next contest for the Victo- ns shotmaker is the Canadian Amateur. Some 164 golfers were to start the 72-hole event today. It finishes Saturday. The West Coast team finished Wiliingdon Cup competition willi a 595 total, nine strokes hotter than Ontario, defending champion. Tieehurst shot a one-under 72 Tuesday and finished with a best in the tourna- ment. Doug Roxburgh of Vancouver contributed a 148 on rounds of 75 and 73 while John Russell of Vancouver added rounds of 76 and 75 for a 151. Ontario had three of the fora- players that won the 1970 Wil lingdon Cup with them again this year. But the team ran into trouble. Nick Weslock of Burlington, a four-time Canadian Amateur champion, blew to a 76 Tues- day. He had a 71 in the opening round and finished the event with a 147, one stroke over par. 'I had bad lies on three Weslock said after the round. "Each of them cost me. Then I lacked concentration. 1 jusl lapsed." Gary Cowan ot Kitchener, also a former Canadian Ama- teur champion, had a two-under 71 Tuesday. But coupled with his troublesome 75 in the open- ing round, he finished with a M6. Stu Hamilton of Brampton had a second-round 73 and fin- ished with a 150 while Kelly Roberts of London contributed 151 on rounds of 76 and 75. Rob- erts was the only new member of the Ontario team this year. Alberta finished with a 606 in third place, displacing Nova Scotia which had third place after the first round. Meanwhile, Marlene Streit ot Fontnill, Ont., a nine-time win- ner of the Canadian Women's amateur golf championship, still gets excited at the prospect of another. "If 1 didn't feel I could win, I wouldn't be said Mrs. Streit, who first won the title at 17 in 1951. "I wouldn't he playing com- Leo Singer's SUMMER BALANCi OF MiN'S SHORT SLEEVED DRESS OR SPORT SHIRTS Regularly priced lo 8.50. SPECIAL Regularly SPECIAL M5N'S WASH V WEAR CASUAL PANTS MEN'S SUMMER JACKETS smE ..9.99 Roguloily 16.95. 5PECIAV MEN'S DRESS PANTS .....14.99 lo 29.95. SPECIAL MEN'S BELl BOTTOM CORD PANTS Regularly 11.95, SPECIAL ONLY 8.99 BOYS' BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIALS! Rvgulnr SPECIAL BALANCE OF BOYS' T-SHIRTS ..............2.29 BOYS' SUITS Siiei 10 to 16 Regular 49.95. Batik to School Special BOYS' CO-ORDINATES Rugularly 14 QQ Batk lo School Special I 1.99 BOYS' SPORT JACKETS Q QQ 9.33 Wojjularly 72.50. Rock la School Spiclol We liave the clothes you need for the life you lead. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED CHARGICX LEO SINGER'S MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 714 5TH ST. S. PHONE 327-3958 pclilive launiamcnf goll U 1 knew 1 coulcta'l win." She came second in tliB tour- nament last year, beaten on Lhe third extra liole after she and Gail Harvey Moore o! Vancou- ver Lied at 296 after four rounds. Tlfis year Ihe event is medal play, changed from match play, and Mrs. Streit said in an inter- view Tuesday she doesn't feel up tx> Uic more demanding game medal play requires. "I preferred this as a match play tournament. Match play is for amateuts. Medal play is a professional game. Ymi just don't gel to play that much golf to IKS that precise." The J8th annual Women's Open was to get under way at I a.m. today on the CapUano course on the side trf Hollyhurn Mountain. Inter-provincial team champi- onship will be decided today and Thursday, with the individ- ual field nil to 72 after the first 3fi holes of medal play. Will Esks use Lawrence against his former mates? EDJTONTON (CP) Coacli Jira Duncan called bim "Hot Dog" when he was Calgary Stanrpeders and Larry Law- rence will relish a ch-Lnce to play against his old team to- night. Lawrence was signed by Ed- monton Eskimos Tuesday and probably will see action against Hie Stampeders when the clubs meet in a Western Football Con- ference game to be televised from Edmonton on the CTV western network at 8 p.m. MST. The 22-year-old former Uni- North Stars host tourney Dave Elton Park will be the scene ol the Alberta Junior Fastball championships Ihis weekend. Three learns will bflltle for lop honors in Ihe too-day, doiilile-knockout cv cnt. Lellibridge North Stars will host (lie tournament which will Race results EDMONTON (CP) Norlands Park race resulls Tuesday: First claiming, J-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Tliza Brother (Walson) 9.60 5.30 Royal Traffic (Blltlngsley) A.fti 3.30, Nayu (L, Wiseman) J.30. Time: 1.29 1-5. Hey Joker, Klmbrook, Union, Fallen Miss, Prince Gray ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles. Pockol Boss (Bllllngsley) S 3.60 320, Bum Money (Morris) 2.90 2.30, Lord Post [Kipling) 2.70. Time: t-S. Tommy's Champ, Ice Alley, Hudson Valley, Western Champ, Destiny's Child also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 169.10 Third tlaimfng, 2-year-oldJ, 7 fur- GE9merald Lin (Hunl) B3.60 2J.EO 13. Shiffld O! Hope (Billlngsley) 7.70 3.80, West Wind Hope (Sladnyk) 6.10. Time: 3-5. ady Joyful, Cloud, Nestl Call Wft Star, Shin- also ran. Ing Cloud, r- QUINELLA: M63.00 St.iOO, allowance, 7 tut- longs. Adundy (JacKowialO 9.50 3.50 3.20, Four (Whitlle) 110 2.60, Natur- I Power (Kipling) 3.60. 1-5. Hustle A Bit, Charlie O. Jeanoul Trick Scratch: 'Pop's Lady Film claiming, J-year-olds ard up. Chantage. (WhiHIe) 3.10 240, Senor Tigre (Hunl) ?.50 Flying Phil (Kipling) 2.90. Time: 1-5 Sf. George's Day. Kojrj, Ho Wrrk. ikipper Tan pnd Noble Sfranger also EXACTOR; 135.BO Sixlh I-year-oldi, 7 fur- Ccunf 'elmnre (Rssmussen) e 70 4.10 ..in, Mr. TilU5 (Sladnyk) 3.10 2.50, Ccmelion (Shields) J.10. Time: 1-3B 1-5. Cape Dyer, Dikes Princess, Our Malcolm McNlte, Complolr also ran. Sevenfh Yelloivbead claiming purse, 4- vear-olds end up, 7 furlongs. RecerlMc (Shields) 12.50 4.70 4.JO, 'hat A Day (Hedge! 4.30 3-40, Brun (Bllllngsley) 3.90. Time: Klllam, Baltic Match, Round Dies, River HawK, Monty B also ran. Eighth S claiming, and up. furlongs. Esprit O'Or [RycrofM J4.9010JOS.10, Madam Judge fNorrls) 1.50. Bra- zen Bully (Hunt) 6.60. Time: 3-5. Wlnninq C-lnree, Silverado Trail, Jet r.nurler, "Merry Ml'ffet, Rlbqt also also .see entries from Calgary and it is expected Edmonton. North Stars will lead tilings off as they meet Calgary Bridgeview Renfrew at five o'clock Saturday afternoon. The loser of the first game then meets Edmonton, or the north- ern represntative, in the day's second game at seven. Action gets under way at noon Sunday with other games scheduled "for two and four o'clock. North Stars, who lost in the final to Ponoka last year, have won the provincial crown four times since they origin- ated in 1962. They won it as the North Stars in 1963, 1964 and 1965. They were champs again in 1967 as the Alexander Hotel Monarchs. Holding the key. to the North Stars' success this time around vail be pitchers Dennis Hydc- chuk, Carraichael and Barry House. All three will be expected to wield big bats as will Jim Tralch, Bill Harbuz, and Aaron Clements. Ron Zasadny and Wayne NesbiLt will handle the coach- ing duties for the Lwo-day tour- ney. Miners win 13-3 over Qiinooks A pair of Maxwell brothers. Randy and Brian, combined Tuesday evening at Henderson Park to pace the Lethbridge Junior Miners to an easy ls-3 win over Pincher Creek Chi- nooks in Southern Alberta Se- nior Baseball League action. Miners, playing in their first game since Lhe Canadian ju- nior finals, looked sharp as they picked up nine hits in handing Ken McKenzie the loss. Randy Maxwell was the win- ner for the Miners es he fan- ned 10 and allowed just three hits. Brother Brian went tliree- for-four at the plate with a double and a pair of singles. The same two clubs will meet again Thursday ervening at Henderson at eight o'clock. Meanwhile, Lel-hbridge Cubs ill travel north for the Alher- ta senior baseball champion- ships Iliis weekend. Upstart Ruffels puts Ashe out versily of Iowa star played with the Stampeders last year, be- hind Jerry Keeling as No. 1 quarterback and rookie Jim Lindsey from Abilene Cliristian Texas, as backup. When Keeling was hurt, Law- rence played four games quarterback, winning two am losing two. After four pre-scason game; this year Lawrence was cut am went to British Columbia Lions but they couldn't use him. RELEASE CLARK Edmonton released soph more quarterback Rusty Clar to make room for "Hot Dog, who sports hair to his shoulders and wears white football shoci When he was cut by the Stam pcders it was reported that til cause was a personality conflic wilh Duncan. However, Duncan said TUBS day: "My approach to a persona ity clash is I'm not stupk Being a football coach you'r going to get fired if you don' win. I'm not going to cut some- body just because I don't lik him I don't run footbal TORONTO (CP) A (lurry of errors proved costly to Arthur Ashc of Los Angeles Tuesday as he was upset 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 by unseeded Ray Ruffels nf Aus- tralia in the second round of the CiuiarlioD open tennis diawplonships. Ashc, who for Ihe second con- secutive day had prhhlrms with hi.s volleys around (lie net, made 23 errors in (Jio deciding set whilR the steady Australian mnrlc oiijy seven. The second-seeded Ashc ran into his worst series of errors during the tie-brcnker thai de- cided Uie final set. He made four errors off his backhand In lake the pressure off Ruffels wlio was assisted when Iwo of his volleys hit Uic lop of Uic net awl dropped ill for winners. That gavo Ruffels an insur-. inountablc 6-0 edge in the best- of-12 tie-breaker which he won 7-2. "ft waj a hit of luck that came at the right the 27-year-old left-hander said of his Vnlleys that dropped over the net. Boh Maud of South Africa was Ihe day's other seeded victim as he fell 4-fi, M l.o a strong rally by RoRcr Taylor of Eng- land. The 12lli-speded Wand started to make errors when the un- seeded Taylor's volleying gnme caught fire. Tayfor, whose er- ratic service cost him tlio first set, rallied from behind to lake Iho second and then broke Maud's sorvice with fines net piny in tire sisth and eighth games of the dual set ns he won 4-6. 7-5, 6-3. teams popularity contests, run them on ability." Lindsey, 22, has impressiv credentials, holding five U." National CoDegiate Athletic As soeiation passes a; tempted, passes completed total passing yardage, tola plays and total offence yardage In 1970 he was the top colleg quarterback in total offence ani No. 2 in passing. Eskimos quarterbacks Do Trull and Clark haven't bee able to generate much offence scoring only 47 points in three games this has won once and lost twice. One of the reasons has been that neither are able to scram ble, something at which Law rence excels. Getting points against Cal gary is no rceaa feat. In two games this year, tht club has given up only eight points, in a 9-8 win over Ottawa and a 21-0 irliilewash of Saskatchewan, lu the only game between tin clubs this season, the Eskimos won 24r21 at Edmonton in pre-season encounter with bind sey and Lawrence doing most o the Calgary quarterba eking. A win for Edmonton tonighi would create a lie at the top o the standings with Calgary each with four points. British Columbia and Saskatchewan each have two pobits while Win nipog has none. Meanwhile, Al Dorow, coac! or Hamilton Tiger Cats said Tuesday niplit that it was ridiculous for Toronto Argo nauts (o continue to use the twin quarterback system, Dorow, who played quarter back for both Toronto and Brit- ish Columbia Lions, told a press conference here that he pre ferred Joe Theismann to Greg Barton of the two quarterbacks Toronto has been giving equa time. But we are not here lo talk about Drrow said as he led Ticats into fche Canadian capital for tonight's panic against Ottawa Hough Ttiders. is unbeaten in nnlv start of the season in (.he Eastern Football Conference Riders go into the game with wins against Edmonton Eski- mos and Winnipeg Blue Bomb- ers and a loss against Calgary Stampeders. ZUGEK NO.I Dorow said .Toe Zugcr is his No. 1 quarterback and will start against Riders. Zugor was Lifted late in Hamilton's only against Edmonton Eskimos in favor of Wally f I abler who sparked a late-minute touch- down for the Ticat Min. It's two weeks since Hamilton won Ihat p.iino and after tonight's nialch, Ticats will have to war I a nattier two weeks before its next sUirt. General Manager Ralph Sazio conceded to reporters that Ihe Hamilton club had sacrificed speed for bull strength In using twiii fullbacks Stevo Worstcr and Dick Wcsolowski. Thanks to their long layoff, Homi'lton ROCS info the game "in perfect said Dorow. Riders also have their lineup! intact for the j ANDY CAPP MANS ON, MATE, 10U 'AVErJ'T FINISHED VER UGH! IS THAT WHAT] IT WA NOT T1 WORRY ONE. MAN'S MEAT IS THE (GAME m.N'3 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh Chicago SI. Louis New York Philadelphia Montreal L Pet GBL 46 .603 51 .5S3 53 .543 .513 West 55 70 50 63 53 53 57 .580 .5d3 ,504 .513 42 76 .356 San Francisco Los Angeles ANanla Houston Cincinnati San Diego TODAY'S GAMES Chicapo Jenkins, (16-9) el Pillsburah Ellis (15-6) H Atlanta Kelley [6-3) at SI. Louis Zachary (3-71 H Houston Billlngham (5-10) at Cincin- nati Nolan N Philadelphia Reynolds (3-3) ar Los Angeles Alexander (3-3) N New York Seaver (12-6) at San Df- eflo Roberts (911) N Montreal Renko (10-12) at Sen Fran- cisco Cumberland (6-1) TUESDAY'S RESULTS Houston .....002 000 100-3 8 I Cincinnati 200 OM 2 Forsch (7-5) and Hlatl; Simpson (3-5) Carroll [6) Granger (9) and Bench, HR: Montreal ooo MO o 3 San Franc It co OM MO l 5 1 Stoneman (12-10) ind Baleman; Marlchat (Il-B) and Dlell- Atlanta 000 010 1 sr. Louii 001 100 Slorre (J--f) Upsfiaw fS> and Willi- ams; Cleveland (10-10) Limy (7) and Slrnmons. Chicaga .....000 OW 5 I Pittsburgh 000 IB i Pizarro (4-1) and Marlin; Kison (3-3) Vealc (B) Glustl (3) and San- guillen- HR: New York 000 11 0 San Diego 000311 B fl Genlry, Sadeckl McGmw fB-D) and Grole; Klrby KeUey Severinsen (B) and Barton. HR: SD-Colhprt Philadelphia 010000 6 I Los Angeiei 010 020 l 11 3 Lersch (4-10) Burning (6) and Mc- Carver; Singer (7-J3) and Nailer. HR; LA-Haller LEAGUE LEADERS AH R H Pet. Beckorl, Chi 415 71 1S6 .359 Torre, SIL 66 159 .352 Gflrr, AN 75 157 .327 W. Davis, LA 63 liE .337 Clcmenle, Pgh 395 6? 179 .327 Sanpuillen. Pgh A7 129 .324 Brock, StL J69 91 152 .321 C. Jones, NY Ml 43 114 M. AIOU, StL 439 58 HO .319 H- Aaron, All 35.4 M lit .314 Home runs: Stargell, Pittsburgh, L. May, Cincinnati, 32. Runs batted In: Sfarqelf, PIHsburgh, 101; Torre, St. Louis, TO. Filching 12 decisions: Gullelt, Cln- clnnali, 12-4, .750; J. Johnson, San Francisco, .71-1; Ellis. Plllsburqh, 15-i, .714; Carlton, SL Louis, T3-6, .7R MINOR LEAGUE SCORES Inlernallonal Lcagua Tidewater 9 Chnrleilon 1 Louisville 7 Syracuse 4 Richmond 9 Toledo E Rochester 6 Winnipeg 4 Pacific Coast League ;son J Salt Lake 3 Priopniv 1 Hawaii 3 Spokane 3 Tacoma I Eugene 6 Porlland J a V6 Reading 1-3 PilhdPld J Walerbury Trols-Rivleres 7 Pawtuctel j_________' AMERICAN LEAGUE Eatt W 68 64 Baltlmors Boston Detroit NCW York Washington Cleveland OIL 51 5B Vft B 13 .635 .SI 9 .473 .450 IB Pet .618 .557 52 .544 53 .500 44 67 .407 46 69 .400 West Oakland .73 Kansas Cily S3 Chicago 55 California 51 Mlnnesola 51 Milwaukee .AU TODAY'S GAMES Dobson (li-5) el sola Perry (17-13) H Detroit Nlekro (4-5) at MUwaukM Lockwood (8-7) N Cleveland Lamb (5-io) at Chicago Horlen (6-9) N Kansas City Splltleroft (4-5) Wright (2-4) at Washlnglon Gogolewskl (2-1) and Shellenbaclc {3-8 J TN California Messersmlfh (11-111 It New York Slotllemyre [11-101 Oakland Blue (70-4) at Boston Sit- berg (14-7) N TUESDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Oakland 102101 4 14 A 002002 11 Hunter, Pinners (3-6) (8) and Ten- ace. Pelers, Tatum (5) Tlnnt (B) Lyli (A-i) (B) and Joscphson. HRs: Oak- Davis Green SECOND Oakland .....OM ill 110-7 ll l Boston Oil ID! 5 10 1 Odom (8-7) Grant (6) and Duncen; Culp (13-10) Lee (7) Moret (9) and Montgomery. HRs: (18) Jackson (20) Duncan Bos-Flora (1) Smilh Calrfornla 300011 11 0 New York HO 020-6 II Q Wright (11-11) Allen (B) and Steph- cnson, Torborg (B) Bahnsen, McDan- lei (s; Aker f9) and Wunson. (14) Repor Kansas Clly OM 100 3 A 1 Washington .100000 i 4 o Hedlund (9-6) Abemalhy (6) and Klrkpalrick; Thompson (0-4) Plni (B) Rlddleberoer (B) Cox (9) and Bill, ings. Baltimore cjl 000 OW Minnesota 100 OQ2 ooo 7 0 Cuellar 0-k5) and Hen- dricks Hall, Corbln (7-9) (fl) and Mltterwftld. HRs: Bal-Rettanmund (2141 Detroit 114 102 3I2.-1J H 1 Milwaukee 100 000 311 Coleman (13-6) and Freehan; Par sons flf-ld) Weaver <6] Kraussa (71 Hannen (8) find E. Rodrlouez, Ralllff HRs: Det-McAuilffe (1O Freehan (17) Cash (26J. Cleveland 007 000 i 13 A Chicago HO 000 1 6 1 McDowell (1MO) A. Rosier (7) Hen- nlgan U) end Fnse; Bradley (IMOt Forster (7) Kealey (7) Hlnton (8) Egan. LEAGUE LEADERS AB K H Pet. Ollva, Min 358 58 131 .344 Murcer, 76 1M ,3M Oils, KC.......115 ti 131 KC 379 S3 117 .309 Relcherdt, Cht 365 41 112 307 R. Smilh, Bos 4J6 67 135 .30.1 Rellenmund, Bal 374 60 98 .303. Tovar, Min..... 70 139 30? Kallne, Dct 30.1 SI 91 .30ft Horlon, Det JOO 57 llfl .795 ome runs: CaEh, Detroit, 26j Wei- Ion. Chicago, 25. Runs baited In: Killebrev, Minnno- 18. 77; Bando, Oakland, 11. Pitching 17 decisions: C. Hohvin, Oakland. 11-7, Blue, Oakland, Tfl-rt. .633. BIG! SMOOTH! QUIET! NEW 6 and B INCH PROPELLER SHAFT AUGERS Available In E In. dli., 38 ft length 8 In. dia., SB, 63, and 70 ft. lengthl DOLLAR FOR HOLLAR, MATDATH AUGERS HOVE IT FASTER AND EAJIU. C.OMPTON. YOUR ALBERTA DISTRIBUTOR ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 401 111 Avt South Phong 317-6886 01 ;