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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta WE'LL AVE TO CANCIlTHAT 119 L SHOW FAC I WISH I WAS ONE Scott iwlfcs out on Red Sox Mrs. Streit triumphs for only the llth time CHARLOTTETOWN Marlene Streit wasn't aware that she and Marilyn Palmer were the only two locked in a struggle for the Canadian women's amateur golf cham- pionship until after they had left the 18th green Friday. defending champion from and Van- couver's Miss Palmer were both 17 over par at that point with the 54-hole Susan Wicfcware of following in the last threesome. really wasn't aware that 1 had moved into the lead until we'd finished and I was trying so hard to make that putt on the last hole mainly to satisfy myself to make a birdie said Mrs. Streit. knew if I made that shot I at least had one shot on Mari- lyn. I knew the others weren't go- ing too but I didn't know it they -were going worse than I Was or Miss Palmer blew her chance she put her approach shot into the hill at the front of the green. She still had a chance to save par after a great chip shot to within three feet of the hole but missed her putt. SETTLES FOR PAR Mrs. Streit also missed her birdie and had to settle for a par 5 and a round of best of the nailed down her llth Canadian championship. Marilyn finished witih a 77 and a 318 one stroke off the pace. Mrs. Wickware blos- somed to an 81 after a 77 Thurs- day and had to settle for a third-place tie at 319 with Ca- role Semple of Pa. Gayle Borthwick of Mis- was alone at 320 with a Another stroke back was Cathy Sherk of after an 80 Friday. Cath- erine Panton of had a 79 for 323. Grouped at 324 were Alberta Oh Phil hoops a big 33 WARSAW Phil Toll- estrup scored 33 points Friday to lead Canada to a 74-72 win over Poland's national aca- demic team in the last match of an international basketball tour- nament. Canada won all three of her games in the tournament. Po- land's national team had two her academic team one and France none. Ken McKenzie of B.C. had 17 points Friday and Bill Robinson of B.C. had six. of Raymond was the leading scorer in the tournament with 67 fol- lowed by Mieczyslaw Kali- nowski of Poland with 65 points. Poland's national team beat France 103-73 in Friday's other game. SUZUKI SUMMER SPECIAL Due to the revaluation of the Yen the new prices on 1973 Suzuki Motorcycles will incerase. But we are offering a super special and offering a discount on the old prices of Off Trades Accepted and Terms Available 1 1973 SUZUKI 550 Old price Save Now NSW Replacement pries will bs 1775 1124 .10 1 SUZUKI 500 Old price Save Now........ New Replacement price will be 2 1973 SUZUKI GT 380s Old Price 4 rf CA Save Now........ New Replacement price will be 1 1973 SUZUKI TS 400 Old price I AOC BO Save Now......... 1 UOO New Replacement price will be 1 BRAND NEW SUZUKI T250 Old Price M Save Now I O4 THESE SUPER SPECIALS AT Bert Mac's Cycle 913 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327.3221 CLOSED MONDAY OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY TILL P.M. team-mates Batty Cole of Ed- and Barbara Home of and Dal Shaw on 82. Cathy McMillan of was at 325 with Marion Essele of round of the day. Carol Le Feuvre of Channel Carolyn Larsen of and Jane Kirkpatrick of Toronto. finished the 72-hole test of Bel- vedere Golf and Winter Club's gruelling layout at 32C. Mrs. Streit said tournament play was slow. Tine last three- some went off about a.m. arid didn't finish until after 4 p.m. weren't very quick out there. It was pretty slow. was just unbeliev- ably slow. We played in the last threesome and just waited on every shot. I really think there was a lot of unnecessary slow Bruins want Orr for 10 more years BOSTON Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League reportedly want to re- negotiate superstar Bobby Orr's contract to keep his ser- vices for the next 10 years. But Orr's Alan Eagleson has other ideas. this week or early next week I am going to send a letter to every World Hockey Association club saying simply 'Bobby Orr will be a free agent on Sept. 1976. Are you interested in acquiring Mr. Orr's services after that 'If please contact me with respect to your proposals.' Eagleson said Thursday night. He said the Bruins want to extend Orr's contract for an additional seven years to re- tain his services until 1983. the Bruins want him for 10 years then they are soing to have to pay a figure that will be sufficient to offset the amount of money Bobby can earn as a free agent in three Eagleson said. Orr is at his Canadian hockey school and could not be reached for comment. Eagleson said a figure some- where between million and 56 million would not be un- realistic. be the first to admit that talking contracts in terms of million or mil- lion just doesn't make any sense economically whatever. But the whole thing will stop only when businessmen stop lining up to buy he said. Aufutt MS THE LITHMIDOI HERALD It He's By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Reggie Smith and Reggie Jackson did their disappearing acts Friday night. While Jackson made two baseballs vanish into seldom- reached areas of Yankee Sta- dium in Oakland A'B 10-9 loss to New Smith stormed out of Boston's Fenway Park with a defiant gesture to booing fans and the Red Sox went on to a 5- 3 defeat at the hands of Califor- nia Angels. Elsewhere in the American Kansas City Royals edged Baltimore Orioles Detroit Tigers whipped Chicago Sox 7-3. Milwaukee Brew- ers dawned Minnesota Twins 5-1 and Cleveland Indians trounced Texas Rangers 8-1. who has been playing on two bum knees most of the got the Bronx cheer in New England. The Fenway faithful blistered his ears after he failed to run out a double play grounder in the first inning and let a soft fly ball drop in front of him in the second. As Smith limped to the he raised his helmet slammsd it into the dugout and disappeared into the night. just took off and didn't say reported man- ager Eddie Kasko. left without permission. There'll be some action Jeff Torborg scored the tying run in the seventh on Frank Robinson's two-out single. Rob- inson also hit a two-run homer in the first singled and scored in the ninth and walked twice. Designated hitter Orlando Ce- peda hit a two-run homer for he Sox in the second. It was the 375th of his career and moved him ahead of Rocky Colavito into 18th place on the all-time list. Jackson's two homers into Mickey Mantle plus a fourth with a ninth-inning weren't enough to over- come the Yankees' 15-hit at- which included home runs by Thurman Roy White and pinch hitter Ron Blomljerg. Hal McRae and Lou Piniella of Kansas City drilled solo home runs off Doyle Alexander in the fifth inning and the Roy- als hung on and knocked the Orioles out of first place in the East. Baltimore dropped one- half game behind Detroit while the win put the first-place Roy- als two games ahead of Oak- land in the West. The shut out by Al Fitzmorris through the first six scored in the seventh on Brooks Robinson's bases- loaded but Powell was cut down trying to score from second. Designated hitter Gates Brown belted a three-run homer off Steve Stone in the third in- ning to spark the Tigers over the White Sox for their 14th triumph in 18 games since the All-Star break. Brown's blast put Detroit on top 4-3 and Al Kaline then greeted reliever Ken Frailing with a solo homer. A disputed two-run homer by George Scott highlighted a five- run fourth inning in the Mil- w a u k e e-Mfcrnesota contest. Dave May doubled with one out in the fourth and scored on Scott's controversial which fell back to the warning track. Umpire Jim Odom first signalled home changed it ot a ground rule then signalled home run again. Darrell Porter and OUie Brown followed with walks and both scored when Tim Johnson singled and Bobby Darwin's throw to the plate teak one hop and struck catcher George Mit- erwald on the stunning lim. Gaylord Perry pitched six- ilUer and the Indians raked David Clyde for eight in- cluding a home run by Watt la beating the Rangers. The only run off There are and then there's Phil Ntekro's knuckleball. 'I think his knuckleball was moving more tonight than wtoen be pitched the said Atlanta catcher Pad Casanova after trying to handle Niekro's ieaeer in a 54 victory over Pittsburgh Pirates Friday night. Niekro's control wasn't as sharp as it was last Sunday when he pitched a no-hitter against San but hto pitches did more dancing this time. threw one pitch that I didn't see until it hit my said Casanova. Ttoe knuckleballs that didn't knuckle gave Niekro trouble. Willie Stargell and Richie Zisk took advantage of the fat pitches and blasted home runs to make the game dose. In other National League Houston Astros beat Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds downed St. Louis Cardi- nals San Diego Padres nipped Montreal Expos Philadelphia Phillies tripped Los Angeles Dodgers 5-3 and New York Mete trimmed San Francisco Giants 7-1. Run-scoring singles by Frank Tepedino and Marty Perez in the ninth inning gave Atlanta a 5-2 lead and helped Niekro with- stand StargeU's two-nn homer in the Pittsburgh bis 33rd tins year. Before TepedJno and Perez gave the Braves their eventual winning Mike Lum had broken a 2-2 with a home run in the sixth. Tommy Helm's ROD TAYLOR will see action Lakers host Oilers As a team Lethbridge Lakers batted .326 over the 1973 Al- berta Major Baseball League season. Seven of the Lakers hit over .300 individually. Their bats had best be boom- ing this weekend when they meet Leduc Oilers in the Al- berta senior baseball finals. The two clubs meet this eve- ning at eight at Henderson Stadium and again at and five Sunday afternoon if neces- sary in the best-of-three series. Bryan Maxwell led the club with a .396 15 points above that of his brother Marty. Bob Brown followed at .378. Bounding out the Lakers who hit over with the exception of Wayne Commodore who will not be in uniform this were Rob last year's bat- ting at Howie Heggedal .333 and Ken Nakama .302. Commodore was hitting at a .304 clip at season's end. is what it's all said manager Ron Taylor Fri- day. want a berth in the Canadian finals in New Bruns- wick and the only way to do it is by defeating Officials of the Alberta Base- ball Association dealt the Lakers a severe blow by ruling Paul Sullivan ineligible. the to a hope to overcome the committee room politics and pack their bags for ths east. Taylor is expected to go with Al Ferchuk on the mound to- night and either Rod Taylor or Randy Maxwell in Sunday's first game. Golf league COUNTRY CLUB Low gross Bob Parsons 36. Low net Tom McNab. Re- liance Agencies 30. 1969 OLDSMOBILE 98 LS Excellent condition. every option. Mostly way driven. Offers only. Phone after 5 p.m. Stampede Wrestling EXHIBITION PAVILION AUG. P.M. North American Championship Match ARCHIE GOULDIE vs DAN KROFFAT HAYES and RAMIREZ vi CODY and A. ANOIA ATLAS vt KIRK S Exciting Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJOC-TV No more kids signed for now I Low team net Ralph Bon Wil- I son and Art Green 141. Eight-point sweep Blacks over Key Realty. Dorlgatti................126 Swift's ...................124 Tollestrup....................1M Lakevlew Texaco..............115 Eaton's.......................Ill Packers..................Ill Lerhbrldge Offlct Furniture..... 106 Reliance Agency.............. 105 Parsons 104 Key Realty ..................103 Gentlemen 111................100 Black's Mens................. W LAKESIDE MEN'S Low net Bill Leth- bridge Herald 32. Low gross Jim Ace Building 35. Low team not Lome Roy i Ken Bill Allen 135. Flemings 161 I Fraches 1-W Act Building.................140 Sugar Betters............... 131 Jubilee......................131 CJOC 129 Union 74.....................128 Parsons Electric 126 Lethbridge CHEC .............123 House of Dorlgatti Leo Singers .............118 Impprial tiff......118 A W 101 VANCOUVER The World Hockey Association took a small step Friday toward so- lution of its long-standing dis- pute with the Canadian Ama- teur Hockey Association over signing young players. WHA president Gary David- son of Santa con- cluded the two-day annual meeting by announcing the year-old circuit will.refuse to sign any more players under 20 until a probably next with CAHA representa- tives. Davidson said the step is a concession by the WHA to a permanent rela- tionship for the good of The WHA has announced the signing of three players under all members of Toronto Marlboros of the Ontario Hockey Association. Davidson said at least one other junior had been but he is not under-aged. The National Hockey League was bound by a recently-ex- pired agreement with the CAHA that no player could be signed unless he would reach 20 by Dec. 31 of his graduating year. Blair who signed a pro contract with Edmonton Oilers of the WHA after gradu- ating from Cornwall will attend training camp next month as a but will turn 20 later this David- son said. EDMONTON FAVORS MOVE Following a lengthy closed- door Davidson refused to name the clubs that favored the new agreement. Edmonton which operates a team in the Western Canada Hockey was one of the leaders toward the concession but gen- eral manager Bill Hunter re- fused to take credit for in- fluencing anyone. had something to said Hunetr. 'I'm less im- pressed with the fact that we started with different view- points than I am that we reached Davidson specified that the decision on under-20 juniors does not mean an easing of hos- tilities with the NHL. He said he had found agreement among colleagues that any contract signed with a player over 18 would be enforceable. a man reaches he can drive a cast a get married or join the said Hunter. certainly can sign a valid At the news conference con- cluding the the league named several trophies after of- ficials who participated in the WHA's founding' meeting. The Ben Hatskin Trophy for top goaltender went to Gerry Cbee- vers of Cleveland Crusaders and the Bill Hunter Trophy for top scorer to Andre who won as a Philadelphia Blazer and since has been traded to New York Golden Blades. The Dennis Murphy Trophy for top named after the owner of Los Angeles went to J. C. Tremblay of Quebec Nordiques and the rookie-of-the-year won by Terry Caffery of New Eng- land was named after Lou Kaplan of St. Paul Fighting Saints. The most valuable player tro- won the WHA's first year by Bobby Hull of Winnipeg was named after David- son. Paul Denneau of Houston Aeros had his name placed on the most sportsmanlike player which will be awarded soon. homer plus a pair of run-scor- ing singles by Bob Watson helped Houston beat Chicago. It was sixth straight loss for the faltering onetime leaders of the National League East who now are in fourth games off the pace. CARDS STILL IN SLUMP Dtrrel Chancy capped a four- run rally in the fifth inning with a run-producing single and Cin- cinnati went on to beat St. Louis M. The slumping Cards dropped their fifth straight game but still hold a four-game lead in the National League East. Fred Kendall brought San Diego from behind with a two- run homer ni the third inning to give the Padres a 4-3 decision over Montreal. Kendall's blast erased a 3-2 Montreal lead. Rookie Mike Schmidt slugged a three-run homer in the sev- enth inning and added a solo blast in the giving Phila- delphia 5-3 triumph over Los Angeles. The loss cut the Dodg- ers' lead to games over Cin- cinnati in the West. Tom Seaver belted a two-run double and took over the league strikeout lead to pace New York over San Francisco. Sea- ver struck out seven batters to bring his season's total to surpassing Steve Carlton of who has 171. r Ebony Hawks seeks title Taber Ebony Hawks will face one of their biggest tests of the 1973 lacrosse season as they open their bid for the Alberta senior men's lacrosse champ- ioTiship title at home this week- end. The Hawks will host the northern champion St. Albert Golden Jets twice with games scheduled for tonight and Sun- day. Tonight's encounter is on tap for p.m. while Sunday's match will start at p.m. Both games will be staged at the Taber Arena. The Hawks led by the likes of Ken Roger Mc- Dave Art Bare- Alvaro Wayne Bowes and Ron ChmielewsM should have their hands full with the visiting Golden Jets. The Jets have captured the provincial title the last two years with a club that is made up of the nucleus of Alber- ta's junior representative in the 1969 Canada Summer Games. SPORTS I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW By GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. An oddity about the up- coming Bobby Riggs Billie Jean King tennis batlle is that when Riggs won the Wimble- don tennis Bil- lie Jean King wasn't even born yetl Riggs won the 1 Wimbledon title in 1939 Mrs. King was born in 1943. DERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE A GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-0821 VI lie ITMET NORTH we've talked be- fore in this column about the man who hod only one orm I and yel played big league Pete Gray another fact about him that was recently discovered I At if it wasn't enough that he could play in the majors with juit one he made the amazing record of having a fielding average of playing regu- larly in the outfield and hand- ling many chances without any errorsl.......... 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