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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 12, 1970 CYCLISTS COLLIDE Dave Iseley of Mesa, Ariz., flies from his motorcycle after colliding with Lawrence White of Cheyenne, Wyo., right, in freak accident at South Dakota motor classic. White suffered a broken shoulder and spinal injury while Iseley was not injured. Alexander Finishes With Lowest Score Team Overtakes Alberta OTTAWA (CP) Gary Cowan, an insurance man in business life, sold himself the right fairway policy Tuesday as he helped Ontario to its third straight victory in the Canadian Intel-provincial team golf charc- pionship. The 31-year-old Kitchener am- ateur was anchor man on the Ontario foursome as it entered the final 18-hole round of the 36-hole team competition trail- ing the Alberta quartet by a stroke. But he ran into trouble on the middle three holes of the par-37 front nine of the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club layout, going two over par on the fourth, one over on both the fifth and sixth. "I told myself I'd better pull up my Cowan said aft- erward, "and get steady in He did, posting a one-under four at the tough 556-yard ninth, then really turning it on with a three-undcr performance around the par-36 back nine. That helped Ontario to an ag- gregate team score of 584. eight strokes better than the Alberta foursome, and the province's 19th Wiliingdon Cup in interpro- vincial team play. Veteran Nick Weslock of Brantford turned in even-par 73s both days to post 146 for On- tario, Stu Hamilton of Brampton was 74 and 73 for 147 and Paul tore Games Results Williams of Burlington was 73-75 -148. Calgary's Keitb Alexander, whose 70 Monday was one of the two best rounds during the two- day tournament, came in with a 72 Tuesday to lead Alberta with a 142 total, lowest score of the competition. IFins 100 Games In Each League Bunning Reaches Milestone By THE ASSOCIATED PKES! A tired, but happy Jim Bun- ning just missed completing his milestone triumph but couldn't resist watching ths dramatic ending as a last-ditch rally by Houston Astros fell short, gain- ing the Philadelphia veteran place in baseball history. The 38-year-old right-hander, who captured 118 victories with Detroit Tigers of the American League, notched his 100th .ritimph in the National League Tuesday in the Phils G-5 decision over the Astros. Cy Young was the only other hurlcr :o win at least 100 games in each league. The veteran of 15 major eague seasons was coasting vith a 6-1 lead, limiting the As- ros to six hits until the roof fell in the ninth. But reliever Dick Selma came on with two outs to ball out Bun- ling, whiffing Jesus Alou with wo Houston runnel's on base. In other NL action, Los Ange- es Dodgers edged Pittsburgh "'irates 54, Cincinnati Reds lombed the New York Mete 8-1, Jhicago Cubs stopped San Fran- isco Giants 4-1, St. Louis Cardi- als nipped San Diego Padres 1-10 and1 Atlanta Braves lanked Montreal Expos 1-0. Bunning struck out five and idn't walk a batter as he be- ame the second pitcher in major league history to win 100 games in each league. Young, 1890-99, won 249 American League decisions and 202 in the National. "This was1 much ado about no- thing, but I'm glad it's all Bunning said in refer- ence to the win. "I tad extra good control bul Cubs To Meet Two Hills Club Two Hills Eagles meet Lelh- bridge Crighton Cubs in the opening game of the provincial senior baseball championships Saturday and Sunday at Leth- bridge's Henderson Park. The contest is slated for 11 a.m. Second game hi the double knockout playoff will go at 2 p.m. with Peace River Stam- peders going against Great Bend Braves. The two losing teams will tangle at 5 p.m. Sunday's action will see Barnes at 10 a.m., p.m., 3 p.m. and, possibly, at 6 p.m. At stake is the Alberta championship and the right to advance to the Canadian finals in Brandon, August 28 to 31. The provincial winners will form the nucleus of Alberta's entry in the national competi- tion. Peace River won the Peace zone by sweeping best-of-three series against Fairview Out- laws and Grande Prairie Eski- mos in straight games. In the final game with Grande Prairie, southpaw Les Ohrn al- lowed only three hits and fan- ned 17 to record a 3-0 victory. The Eskimos represented Al- berta in the Canada Summer Games last year in Halifax. Two Hills had little difficulty winning the northern zone. They disposed of St. Albert Saints 4-2 and 13-6 in the first round, and then grabbed a three team round robin series by blanking Widewater Saints and downing Cold Lake Parrots 12-0 and 9-2. Great Bend advanced to the provincial finals by taking a series against Stettler Oilers. it went bad in the ninth. I made some bad pitches." In that inning, Houston's Joe Morgan opened with a homer and four singles and three runs followed. Joe Hoerner came on and issued, another hit before Selma got the last out. Don Money drove in three Phils' runs with a double and single and Deron Johnson added a pair of run-scoring doubles. Washington Senators upended Minnesota Twins 3-2 Tuesday night on Paul Casanova's bad- hop double in the llth inning. The loss extended the Twins' winless string to four games and cut their lead in the Ameri- can League's West Division to six lengths over the surging Oakland Athletics, who bounced Cleveland Indians 6-5 for Jieir fourth straight victory to ;rab the runner-up spot. California Angels bowed t o Baltimore Orioles 7-0 and dropped to third place, one-halt' ame behind Oakland, while Sfew York Yankees trimmed Chicago White Stox 7-1 and De- roit Tigers nipped Milwaukee Brewers 2-1 in other AL action. The Kansas City-Boston game was rained out. The Senators broke a 2-2 deadlock hi the lllh when Ed Jrinkman singled and raced ionic as Casanova's drive to eft skipped over Rick Renick's head and rolled to the fence. soon... Bantam Men's 100 Metres 1. Rich 3rd Desbrines, Pincher Creek; 5. Kelly Wiicie, Cards'on; 3. Barry Nicdcrmier Let abridge. Senior Women's 100 Meires 1 Pesgy Hicken, County of Warner; 3 Earie Eagle-son, Counly of Warner. Juvenile Women's 100 Metres 1 Ann Warnock, County of Lethbridge, 2. Denise Wood, Taber; 3. Mary-Anr Evans, County of Warner. Midget Women's 100 Metres 1. Brenda ScKirldt, Uilibrldge; 2. Jeanne Hicken, County of Warner; 3. Judy Rasrnussen, Cardston. Bantam Women's 100 Metres 1. Sian Smith, Lethbridge; 2. Wendy Rod. zinyiac, Lethbridge; 3. Lori Creighton, Willow Creek. Senifir Men's SOO Metres 1. Jim Rae, Crowsnest Pass; 2. Bill Sheridan, County of Warner. Juvenile-Men's EM Metres Campbell, Cardston; 2. Doug Richards, Cardston; 3. Gordie McNab, Willow Creek. Midget Men's 8CO Meters 1. Reed Smith, Cardston; 2. Jim Wever, Coun- ty of 40 Mile; 3. David Simenssn, Coun- ty of 40 Mile. Midget Women's BOO Metres 1. ShsUsy Ibbitson, City cf Lefh bridge. Senior Men's 200 Metres 1. Doug Christie, Cardston; 2. Allen Brewer, Lethbridge. Juvenile Boys 200 Metres 1. Bryan Drewery, County of Lethbridge; 2. Kir- by Willow Creek. Juvenile Boys 200 Metres 1. Bret Hierath, County of Warner; 2. Victor Brosz, County of 40 Mile; 3. Royce Wright, Carriston. Midget Boys 200 Metres J. Grant Slawson, County of JO Mile; 2. Gethard Scnmold, County of Lethbridge; 3. Richard Low, County of Lethbridge. Bantam Boys 200 Metres 1. Kelly Wilde, Cardston; 2. John BIbo, Card- ston; 3. Brian King, County of Leth- bridge. Senior Women's 200 Metres 1. Peg- Hicken, County pf Warner; 2. Gayle Rowland, County of Warner. Juvenile Women's 200 Metres 1. Ann Warnock, County of Lethbridge; 2. Jeanne Hunt, Lethbridge; 3. Denise Wood, Taber. Midget Women's 200 Metres 1. Brenda Schmidt, Lethbridge; 2. Judy RasmL-ssen, Cardston; 3. Diane Grb- a-val. County of Warner. Bantam Women's 200 Metres 1. Wendy Rodilnyak, Lethbrldge) 2. Karen Knoblick, Cardslon; 3. Gloria Layton, Cardston. Senior Men's Metre 1. Jim Rea, Pass; 2. Gary Ran Lethbridge; 3. Bill Sheridan, County of Warner. Juvenile Men's Metre Final 1. Robert Uhryn, County of Lethbridge, 2. Peler Campbell, Cardslon. Midget Men's Metre Final 1. Jeff. Bryant, County of Lethbridi. 2. Bill Dudas, County of Lethbridge. 3. Marvin Lee, Cardston. Senior Men's Metres 1. ill Sheridan, County of Warner; 2. Garry Romses, Lethbridge. Senior Man's P.e'ay 400 Metres (-1 x 00 metres] 1. Willow Creek; 2. Card- ,ton. Juvenile Men's Relay 4 x 100 Metres 1. County of Warner; 2. County of 40 Mile. Midget Men's 4 x 100 Metres Relay 1. County of Lelhbridge; 2. County 'anfam Men's 4 x loo Relay 1. City of Cardsfon; 2. M.D. of Cardston; 3. County of Warner, Senior Women's 4 x 100 MeJres ay I. County of Warner 2. County of Warner Juvenile Women's 4 x 100 Relay I. County of Warner. Midget Women's 4 x 100 Metres Re- lay 1. City of Lethbridge; 2. County if Warner; 3. Willow Creek. Bantam Women's 4 x 100 Mefres Relay 1. City of Lethbridge; 2. Pin- her Creek; 3. M.D. of Cardston. Midget Men's 400 Metres l. Kevin Scout, Cardsfon; 2. Shaun Boyle, "aber; 3, Armin Gerstenbuhler, Leth- bridge. Bantam Men's 400 Melre 1. Don uill, Pincher Creek; 2. John Bibo, Cardsfon; 3. Ken Leavitt, Cardston. Senior Women's 400 Metre 1. Peg Hicken, County of Warner; 1. Carla Eagleson, County of 'Warner. Juvenile Women's 400 Metre 1. Warnock, Cooniy of Lethbridge. Midget Women's 400 Metres 1. Aara Brosz, County of 40 Mile. Midget Women's 400 Metres T. lebby Borzei, Lethbridge; 2. Marge irosz. County of 40 Mile; 3, Shelley thbotson, Lelhbridge. Bantam 400 Metres 1. Sian Smith, Lethbridge; 2. Mona Kar- ren, Cardsfon; 3. Cynthia Pattersen, Pincher Creek. FIELD FINALS Midget Women's Javelin 1. Denna Foss, County of -10 Mile; 2. Mary Ann Miller, County of Warner; 3. Carol Baliup, Pincher Creek. Senior Men's Long Jump 1. Gilborn, County of Warner; 2. Nlel Wilson, Willow Creek. Juvenile AAen's Shot Put 1. Lyle Gallant, Lethnridne; 2. Preti, City of Lefrtbridne; 3. Larry Gibb. County of Lefhb ridge. Bantam Men's High Jump 1. Jerry Leavitt, Cardston; 2. George Taver- nini, City of Lethbridge; 3. Kim Jen- sen, Cardston. Midget Men's Shof Put 1. Paul City of Lelhbridge; 2. Don Hart- an, Cify of Lethbrldge; 3. Ron Nei- bor. County of Lethbridge. Juvenile Men's High Jump 1. Den- ny Lores. Willow Creek; .2. Robert Uhryn, county of 3. Vic- tor Brosz, County of 40 Mile. j Juvenile Men's Long Jump 1. Craitj Whitshead, Willow Creek; 2. Les Hardin, M.D. of Taber; 3. Rochy Bur- ion, County of 40 Mile. Juvenile Men's Discus 1. Fred Sommer, City oi Lethbridge; 2. Lyle Gallant, City of Lethbrtdge; 3. Joe Pitcher, Cardston. Midget Men's Long Jump T. Ken Shaskin, City of Lethbridge; 2. Grant Slawson, County of 40 Mile; 3. Ray- mond Lister, County of Lelhbridge. Juvenile Women's Discuss 1. Col- een Acorn, Willow Creek; 2. Jennifer Imith, City of Lethbridge. Bantam Women's Shot Put 1. Wendy RodzinyaK, city of Lethbridce; 2. Dallas Schmidt, County of 40 Mite; 3. Shari Holm, Cardston. Bantam Men's Shot Put T. Barry Niodemier, Lethbridge; 2. Kelly Wilde,