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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta GEE, A ROYAL KISS-Doug Miller, 9, appears scared to be kissed by eight-year-old Midi Butler, who has just been crowned Queen of the Little-Uns League at University, Miss. Race Results EDMONTON (CPJ Race result! Tuesday at Northlands Park: First claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur "something High (J. Whittle) 3.40 2.5 210, Rubella (McCauley) 3.20 2.30 Winning Skip (Haynes) 2.20. Time: -1-5. Happy's S'obo, Shady Spring, Stoney Warrior, Crimson Kate, Hope Dies Hard also ran. Second claiming, -1-year-olds and up IVa miles. Finagle (Barroby) 17.70 6.80 6.80 Fancy Fella (Hunt) 3.80 3.50. Merry Maple (Stadnyk) 3.00. Time: Some Flag, Random Rage, Land Be yond. Oh My Honey, Hobo's Delight also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third allowance, 2-year-olds, 5 fur longs. Rockln Ruler {Hedge) 4.10 3.00 2.SO Beauco (Billlngsley) 3.10 2.50, Jeanu (McCauley) 3-00. Time: 1-5. Winged Blue, Alice Arm, Flag Re action, Khedive also ran. Fourth claiming, 3-year-olds, mile and 1-16. Fastascanbe (Hedge) fl.10 4.00 5.90 Destiny's Child (Billlngsley) 3.50 2.60 Lollta's Hope (Rose) 3.30. Time': 3-5. Joy's Taffy, Now It's Reality, Tida Breeze, Entertaining, Custom Cab also ran. Fifth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Speedometer (Rasmussen) 3.SO 3.10 3.10, Punter's Joy (Coombs) 8.50 5.30 Quarry Point (Whittle) 13.90. Time: 2-5. Hellen Grey, Espritime, Hot Flight, Ace Award, Skipper Tan also ran. EXACTOR: Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs.- Killam (Hedge) 4.60 3.40 2.70, Rag- timer (Rasmussen) 5.10 3.60, Western Runner (Shields) 4.60. 4-5. Proud Shadow, Law Boss, MaxI Dent, Sickle Toes also ran. Seventh Yukon Claiming Handicap, year-olds and up, mile and Great Expect (McCauley) 5.80 2.80 2.20, WeedanI (Blllingsley.) 2.50 2.10, Northern Emperor (Barroby) 2.20. Time: 2-5. This Year Fly Suzuki T-250 II HUSTLER Twin cylinder, two stroke engine developing 33 h.p. at r.p.m. 6 speeds and m.p.h. up VJ" to 100-105 CYCLE LTD. BERT MAC'S 913 3rd Avc. 5. Phone 327-3221 "Over 300 Bicycles In Stock" Open Thurs. and Fri. Till 9 p.m. "Serving Southern Alberla For Over 30 Years" Dark Numbers, Gilmorc, Homecom- ing Day also ran. TracK Scratch: On The Go Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Perfect Host (Stadnyk) 4.60 3.00 2.80, Setay Soo (McCauley) 4.20 2.90, Erin' Queen (Blllingsley) 3.40. Tr'.ie: 3-5. Tudor K, Ky Eternal, Klondike Doll Noble Cone, Janice's Delight also ran QU1NELLA: Letlibridge Squeezes Victory In Commercial Men's Fast ball action last evening the Lethbridge Hotel trimmed thi Marquis Hotel 7-6 in the firs game while the Dallas Cow boys picked up a 6-2 victory over the Contractors in the sec bnd contest. Bob Sapsford picked up the win for the Lethbridge and S'ig Dobler took the loss. In the hitting department Bil Harbuz' and, Garth Renyk both poked out three singles and Ron Tratch connected for two. Terry Douglas, Sig Dobler and Al Smith all smacked triple in a losing cause. Darryl Leavitt gained the mound verdict over Hon Zasad ny. in the 6-2 Dallas win. Leavitt also paced the. Cow boys at the plate stroking a double arid a single while Laurie Grimson aided with triple. For the Contractors Rick Deitzen rapped a double and a single and Garth Lamb connect- ed for a home run. In tonight's action the M ant K Generals meet the Nu-Mode Homes at 7 p.m. and the Labor Club will face the RCMP at p.m. Ckuvalo Fight On Weekend TORONTO (CP) George the Canadian heavy- veight champion who was la- belled Monday as a medical by the World Boxing Asso- ciation, returns to the ring this veekend. Irv Ungerman, the Toronto ooxer's manager, said Tuesday Chuvalo is going ahead with a ommitmentto fight Mike iruce of New York in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, on Saturday. Only last week, Californian !eorge Foreman scored a tech- lical knockout over Chuvalo in he third round of their fight at Vew York. Dr. Leon Feldman, interna- ional medical adviser to the WBA, presented a report to Uio association at its meeting in Montreal Monday saying Chu- valo should be barred from the ring for his own good. Ottawa Couldn't Cope With Westerners Saskatchewan Gains Revenge OTTAWA (CP) Saskatche- wan Houghridcrs, deploying one undersized Lancaster bomber, two backfield tanks ami a blitz- krieg defensive unit, flattened Ottawa Rough Riders 24-1 Tues- day night. For the crumbling Ottawa dy- nasty, winner of the Grey Cup last year in a 29-11 victory over Saskatchewan, it was the sec- ond less in two Canadian Foot- ball League starts this season. Saskatchewan now leads the Western Football Conference with a 4-0 record. Veteran quarterback Ron Lancaster1 punctured a firm Ot- tawa defence with two touch- ground attack as the eastern then went mainly to a relentless ground attack as the easetrn club's defenders wilted. Ottawa was in the game of- fensively for 25 seconds in the first quarter. Rookie Ivan MacMUlan was wide on a 39- yard field-goal attempt at but Saskatchewan conceded a single point. ELUDES DEFENDER On the first play of Saskatche- wan's next series halfback Bobby Thompson slipped past defender Billy Van Burkleo and pulled in a long Lancaster strike for an 85-yard pass-and- run touchdown. Lancaster struck again early in the second quarter, hitting end Gord Barwell in the end zone from 14 yards out after Ot- tawa had lost the ball on two backfield fumbles in one play. Saskatchewan's other _ major came on a one-yard dive by Stev.9 Molnar in the final quarter. Molnar, who didn't get into the game until fullback George Reed was knocked out with a knee injury, led the Rough'riders' ground attack with 58 yards in 13 carries. Heed, whose injury was deter- mined to be minor, had 40 yards hi 10 carries. Jack Abendschan rounded out Saskatchewan's scoring with a 22-yard field goal and three con- verts, giving him 34 points for the season. For Ottawa, it was another discouraging offensive showing. The Riders now have only one touchdown in two games. Rookie quarterback Gary Wood was blitzed heavily early in the game by the charging Saskatchewan defence and was inconsistent thereafter. Al- though he hit on 16 of 29 passing attempts, most of them were for short gains. Only fullback Jim Mankins impressed on the Rough Riders offence, rushing for 51 yards on 12 carries and picking up C2 yards on six pass receptions. The game was played before a crowd of the second straight turnout at Lansdowne Park. Lancaster was good on 12 of 23 pass attempts for 192 yards, with no interceptions. Wood Larks To Try Ground Attack WINNIPEG (CP) Alouettes, a club that took the easier route to beat Grey Cup favorites Toronto Argonauts last week, will be looking for the Eastern Football Conference's first interlocking victory of the season when they tangle with Winnipeg Blue Bombers tonight. Saskatchewan Boughriders have given the Western Confer- ence a two-game advance in in- terlocking play with victories over Hamilton Tiger-Cats and Ottawa Rough Riders. Montreal coach Sam Etchev- erry said his club will probably try to establish a solid ground game against the 'Bombers, something they didn't do against Toronto. Etcheyerry, former passing great with the Als, said his club has been passing mostly this season, and with a measure of success. "Passing is the easier Etchevcrry said. "But a club is better off con- trolling the ball on the ground." He praised the play of full- back Dennis Duncan who "has gotten off to a real fine and who will carry most of the Montreal running game. The Bombers, winless in two starts, will go with basically the same club that has failed to score a point in the second half of either of its two regular-sea- son games this season. Winnipeg general manager Earl Lunsford said the Bombers ill start newcomer Jim Heigh- ten, a former B.C. Lion, at de- fensive end, and Wayne Gies- brecnt, a rookie, at defensive tackle. Coach Jim Spavital wants the Bombers to come up with a sustained rush on Als' quarter- back Sonny Wade tonight. Using a variety of draws, traps and ev.en the old halfback option play, Wade scored three touch- downs against the Argos. The Winnipeg pass rush will have to go without all-star line- backer Phil Minnick, injured in a game with Calgary Stamped- ers. Spavital has been emphasiz- ing deience with the Bombers, admitting the Montreal club has a "lot of speed in the backfield, along with the power-running of Duncan. The interlocking game in which the Als will be sporting their new away uniforms of white base with red and green markings, will be telecast by CTV nationally starting at 6 p.m. MST. threw for 188 yards with one in- terception. After the Ottawa offence had mustered its first sustained march from its own 35-yard line to the Saskatchewan 35, Wood threw a pass into the end zone that was picked off by defsnsive back Alan Ford. Van Burkleo threw one incoin plete pass for Ottawa. Ottawa rushed for only 92 yards, compared to Saskatche- wan's 161, and lost 66 yards, most of them when Rouglirider defenderf pulled Wood down be- hind the line of scrimmage. Saskatchewan's over-all net offence was 338 yards, com- pared to Ottawa's 214. Don Weiss took over at quart- erback for Saskatchewan in the final quarter. Annuity Fund For Fighters MONTREAL (CP) The World Boxing Association, in a "revolutionary" move Tuesday, established the machinery to create an annuity fund for re- tired fighters. Originally proposed Monday at the opening session of the WBA annual meeting by Van secretary of the Wash- ington, B.C. Boxing Commis- sion, the plan was approved Tuesday. Donald (Bill) Brennan, a re- tired professional fighter from Richmond, Va., was elected WBA president. Brennan, who succeeds E'mile Bruneau of New Orleans, said he is determined "to make boxing more honest and more acceptable" through- out the world. Delegates also voted to sup- port tough safety standards in amateur boxing and to consider the establishment of North American and Latin American championships to stimulate in- terest in the sport. Wednesday, Augusl 12, 1970 THE lErllBRIDGE HERAtO Golf's Million Dollar Winner AGAINST Occasionally you will find your golf bail on the green but nestled against the fringe. It's impossible to stroke this kind of putt with the ordinary method. First, remember thai, it is against the rules of golf to press down the grass behind the ball with the puttcrhead. You may only rest the club there, not push it down. Play.the ball as usual in the forward half of your 57. stance. Since you must hit down on the ball, you'll have to break your wrists quickly on the backswing. Make the backswing rath- er long. Hit down at the back of the ball and stop your swing just past im- pact. This is a jab stroke and it is the most effee- live under these circum- stances. Bucyk's Cut Not Serious CRESTON, B.C. (CP) Vet- eran left winger Johnny Bucyk of Boston Bruins expects to be about a week late for training camp next month because of a leg injury suffered while boat- ing near his farm home here. Bucyk said he needed about 20 stitches after suffering leg cuts in the accident last Thurs- day. He spent two days in hos- pital here to guard against in- fection, but reports he now is about ready to do some golf- ing. Bucyk said the accident oc- curred during an overnight fishing trip with his son Larry. S, and two friends. He said he slipped on the deck of the boat and his leg struck a window, shattering the glass. He said the cut missed a muscle on top of his knee by an inch. There was no damage to ligaments or tendons. Bucyk said ho had been in touch "with Boston management to let Bruins know that lire in- jury was not serious and that he would be a few days late reporting for training. SUP-R-BELT TIRE BARGAINS FOR DODGES, FORDS, MERCS.l PONTIACS rTIRE BARGAINS FOR. 'FORD MERC 69-70 WAGONSi TIRE BARGAINS FORDS, CHEVS, PLYMOUTHS FIRESTONE PREMIUM '500' 775x14-4 PLY TIRE iTHS FIRESTONE BUKKWAU. W NYLON FIRESTONE CHAMPION :j, 't BI.ACKWAUS BLACKWALL 1 Fur Wedge Cushion -TrHI' ..Jli'Jj'- OPEN DAILY FROM A.M. TO P.M. 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