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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THS IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 12, WO Started Today lummer Games Reach Halfway Mark PINCHER CREEK The Southern Alberta Summer Games have readied the half way mark in this the first year of its existence. The four-day competition got imder way Monday and will conclude with (lie crowning of the top region Thursday eve- ning. T o d a y's competitions com- menced at 10 a.m. with what was to be the second half of the program. TRAFFIC JAM AT FIRST BASE Devine Superb In Moose Jaw Win Norcrest Still Alive By LLOYD YAMAGISffl Herald Sports Writer The Lethbridge Norcrest All- Stars, led by Brian Hobinson's two home runs, eliminated the Calgary Centennials from fur- ther play in the Little League zone playoffs yesterday after- noon. Meanwhile, Brad Devine paced the Moose Jaw Ameri- cans with two home runs in bombing the Edmonton Cen- trals 16-5 in the night encoun- ter. In the LethbrMge-Calgary game, Brian Robinson was credited with the 10-5 victory, but needed the assistance of Keno Trentmi for the last two innings. Calgary used 'four pitchers during the game and Lolan Man the starter was with the loss. Greg Kveder also hammered a home run for the Norcrest while Eddie Leong chipped in with a bases loaded double slong with a single. Other Lethbridge Utters were Scott Jarvie and Richard More Sport On Page 12 Shardlow with two singles apiece. The Centennials managed only three hits off the Leth- bridge hurlers. In the second game of the day Brad Devine sparked the Moose Jaw Americans striking out 14 Edmonton batters and allowing six hits against him. On the other hand the loser Bill Robertson, along with two Ewbank Not Interested ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Weeb Ewbank of New York Jets sn't interested hi Joe Kapp, at least not at the price the quart- erback is demanding from Min- nesota Vikings, the St. Paul Dis- patch said Tuesday. Kapp, who asked the National ?ootball League Vikings for ?1.25 million over five years, is said to have been offered dose o over three years by he Minnesota club. "If he's asking million, :'m not interested in said Dwbank from the Jets training base on Long Island. "No play- er's worth that much." Ewbank, general manager and coach of the Jets, added hat he expects the Jets' star quarterback, Joe Namath to re- port. other Edmonton hurlers were touched for 14 lu'ts. Devine was the big gun as he blasted a two run homer in the third inning and smashed a grand slam home run in the fourth. He also poked out a single along with the home runs. Dwayne Pierscn of the Amer- icans kept up Ins power swing as he ripped one over the cen- tre field fence along with a single. In Monday's encounter Pierson won the game for Moose Jaw over Calgary with a home run in the same spot. Kurt Mutzhorn also chipped in with three singles for the win. For the Centrals Jeff Patches managed to stroke a double and a single while Jim S'awet- sky poked out a double in a losing cause. Action will resume today at p.m. when the Lethbridge All- stars will tangle with the Ed- monton Centrals for the :o meet Moose Jaw in :inals. Regardless who wins this encounter they must defeat VIoose Jaw twice on Thursday m order to win the zone finals. SLOW PITCH COYS 16 and under M.D. of Cardston Gold (S.T.P. Tigers) Silver City of Let bridge Counly of -40 Mile Bronze GIRLS 16 and under Gold M.D. Cardston Silver M.D. Willow Creek. Bronze M.D. Of Taber. SWIMMING FINALS Boys B and under 25M Freestyle 1. Tim NedeljacK, Pincher Creek; Kenny Young, Willow Creek; 3. Rand Russell, Cardston. Girls 8 and Under 25M Freestyle 1. Linda Nelson, Pincher Creek; Juanita Williams, Taber; 3. Brend McLeod, Pincher Creek. Boys 10 and Under 25M Freestyli 1. Graham Welbourne, Willow Creek 2. Jim Van Oyen, Pincher Creek; Greg Boessenkool, County of Li bridge. Girls 10 and Under 25M Freestyle 1, Christine Gabacec, County of War er; 2. Jill Jess, Willow Creek; 3. Nol Dahl, Cardston. Boys 8 and under 25M Breast Tom Sevalrud, County of 40 Mile; Tim Nedeljack, Pincher Creek; 3. E don Smith, Willow Creek Girls 8 and Under 25M Breast Cathy Rrgaux, Willow Creek; 2. Ma cede Kultgen County of 40 Mile; Lee Jess, Willow Creek. Girls 12 and Under 25M Breast Rhonda Smook, Willow Creek; 2. Bob- bie Thomas, Pincher Creek; 3. Eri Blais, Taber. Boys 12 and Under 25M Breast 1. Terry Hanna, County of Lethbridge 2. Mike Oliver, Lefhbridqe City; 3 Kevan Jess, Willow Creek Boys 14 and Under 25M Buiterfly 1. Bernard stuckey, Pincher Creek; 2 Torn Hanson, Willow Creek; 3. RobI Knibbs, County of 40 Mile. Girls 14 and Under 25M Butterfly 1. Tracy Feader, Willow Creek. 2 Theresa Gugala, Willow Creek 3. Lind Kamitomo, County of Warner. Boys 10 and Under 100M I.M. 1. Graham Welbourne, Willow Creek 2. Jim Van Oyen, Pincher Creelc; 3 Greo. Boesenkool, County of Lethbridg Girls 10 and Under 100M i.M. Shellev Bush, Willow Creek; Dianne Thacker, County of 40- Mile 3. Jill Jess, Willow Creek Boys Open 100M Freestyle 1. WI1 Ham Lloyd, Willow Creek; 2. Bob TakasakI, Countv of Lethbrldne; 3 Philip Lloyd, Willow Creek. Girls Open 100M Freestyle dra Hirsche, Willow Creek; 1. Sa County ight the BROTHER WINS MIAMI BEACH (AP) _ Hudy Jlay, younger brother of former leavyweight champion Cassius Say, ended a five-year absence from the ring Tuesday with a 10-round decision over Tommy Howard. World's On Tour... Coast to Coast! FORD OF CANADA'S 4-cttf Racing Team Cyclone Sporfe the ultimate 'Super Stang' ONE NIGHTONLY-DON'T MISS IT! TABER CIVIC CENTRE THURSDAY, AUG. p.m. BROUGHT TO YOU BY SUPERIOR MOTORS Terr! Emard, Pincher Creek. Boys 10 and Under 25M Breast 1. Graham Welbourne, Willow Creek 7. John Thompson, Willow Creek; 3 Randy Hayncs, Cardston. Girls 10 and Under 25M Breast 1. Ter.rv Brosz, County of 40 Mile; 2 Vlan Ohler, Willow Creek; 3. DIanne Thicker, County of 40 Mile. Girls 1! and Under 25M Back 1. Monica Duskie, Cardsfon; 2. Mary Ellen Goslin, Willow Creek; 3. Donna Hanna, County of Lethbridge. Bovs 14 and Under 1COM I.M. 1. Bernard Sfuckev, Pincher Creek; 2. Tom Hanson, Willow Creek; 3. All Coocifers, Countv of Warner. Girls 14 and Under 100M I.M. 1. Teresa Gunala, Willow Creek; 2. Tracy Feader, Willow Creek; 3. Cheryl R sell, Cardston. Boys Open 50M Back 1. Bob Taka- sakl, Countv of Lethbrldne; 2. Kelly Taltinger, Willow Creek; 3. Rod Mel- drum, County of Warner. Girls Open 50M Back 1. Bronwyn EIHnason, Taber; 2. Thersa Gabacec, County of Warner; 3. Demse Stanway, Willow Creek. Boys 10 and Under 25AA Butterfly 1. Marlin Hoaa, 2. Graham Welbourne, Willow CreeK; 3. Doug Brosz, County of 40 Mile. Girls 10 and Under 25M Butferflv 1. DIanne Thacker, County of JO Mile; 2. Jill Jess, Willow Creek; 3. Terr! Brosz, County of 40 Mile. Boys 12 and Under 25M Freestyle 1. Evan Wplboume, Willow Creek; 2. loyd. McMasters, Willow Creek; 3. Courtney Brewerton, Cardston. Glrls 12 and Under 2SM Freestyle 1. Rhonda Smook, Willow Creek; 2. Greenly, Pincher1 Creek; 3. Fiona Wilson, Pincher Creek. Boys Open 100M Freestyle Relay 1. Willow Creek; 2. Cardston; 3. Water- ton Park. Girls Open 100M Freestyle Relay 1. Willow Creek; 2. Tabcr. Boys 14 and Under Back 1. Bernard Stuckey, Pincher Creek; 2. David Sacha, Willow Creek; 3. Kevin Gibb, County of Lethbridge. Girls 14 and Under 50M Back 1. Teresa Gugala, Willow Creek; 2. Tracy Feader, Willow Creek; 3. Carolyn Keel- er. County of Warner. Boys Open soM Butterfly i, Philip Lloyd, Willow Creek; 2. Doug Patter- son, Waterton Park; 3. Dean Russell, Cardston. Girls Open 50M Butterfly 1. Dcnlse Willow Creek; 2. Sharon Thomas, Pincher Creek; 3. Terri Em- ord, Pincher Creek. Boys 12 and Under 25M 1. Evan Welbourne, Willow Creek; 2. Boyii McMasters, Willow CreeK; 3. Gary Zemp, Cardston. Girls 12 acd Under 25M Butterfly 1. Shelly Tunstall, Counly of 40 Mile; 2. LonnI Sheen, Cardston; 3. Kathy Davies, County of Lethbridge. Boys 14 and Under 50M Freestyle 1. Bernard Stuckey, Pincher Creek; 2. Tom Hanson, Willow Creek; 3. Kevin Gibb, Counly of Lethbridge. Girls 14 and Under 50M Freestyle 1. Tracy Feader, Willow Creek; Teresa Gugala, Willow Creek; Cheryl Russell, Cardston. Boys 12 and Under 100M I.M. 1. Evan Welbourne, Willow Creek; Mike Swanson, Willow Creek; 3. Mi Oliver, County of Lethbridge. Girls 12 and Under 100M I.M. 1. Kalhy Davis, County of Lethbridg 1. Pam Thompson, Willow Creek; Rose Murray, Willow Creek. Boys Open 100M Breast 1. B TaKasaki, County of Lethbridge; Greg Tunstall, County of 40 Mile; Dan Mayoh, Pincher creek. Girls Open 100M Breast 1. Denl Stanway, Willow Creek; 2. Terri E ard, Pincher Creek; 3. Sharon Thoma Pincher Creek. Boys 8 and Under 25M Back Tim Nedeljack, Pincher Creek; 2. Tc Sevalrud, Country of 40 Mile; 3. Ran Russell, Cardston. Girls 3 and Under 25M Back Linda Nelson, Pincher Creek; 2. da McLeod, Pincher Creek; 3. L JESS, Willow Creek. Boys 10 and Under 25M Back iraham Welbourne, Willow Creel Jim Van Oyen, Pincher Creek; John Thompson, Willow Creek. Girls 10 and Under 25M Back -Jadine Szpendyk, County of Warm 2. Donna Thurlri, County of Lethbridge 3. Maureen Williams, Pincher Creek. Girls 14 and Under 50M Breast Teresa Gugala, Willow Creek; 2. Leil