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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ THE UTHIRIDGE HERALD Thurlday, August 12, ANDY CAPP Kasting captures bronze medal., lends team THAT'S MRS. BR0iCUE1'l'3j------ Laver defeated, heads for home TORONTO (CP) The prcs-r The dcfeniiing champion was sure of being a target for tennis! frustrated in his match when trophy hunters on the profcs- RoTL'T Welc Rod Lavei Wedne Taylor forced him into errors brisk breeze I by lobbing into i and hilling high The fourth-seeded Laver The nicntally-tired Laver loft ,.Js disgus( Hanson puts Canadian gold standard at 18 CALI, Colombia 72.h0ie event at the Oak- field Country Club. Ticchursl. a member of the British Columbia Willingdon Cup championship team, cov- ered the front nine in one-un- der-par 35 and finished the par- .17 back nine in 36. Silverberg shot 35 and 36 for his total They hold a one-stroke lead over Gar Hamilton of Bolton, Ont., the only golfer in with a 72. Ticehurst credited Ms putting for the leading round. "When you make the putts, especially [hose that are lough, you seem to go a iot better." Silverberg. who also com- peted in Ihe WiUingdon Cup matches here earlier in the week, said he found the yard Oakficld layout "very de- ceptive.'' The Alberta golfer said he en- joyed playing the course, but added that it. commands re- the inlerprovincial team cham- pionship. fn team British Colum- bia is leading wilh a 232 total, one stroke ahead of Ontario. Al- berta is third with 243. Play was slow Wednesday on Uie hilly yard course as Golden of Buena Park, Calif., most of the players returned tired after playing in plus temperatures. Grouped behind the Lop six at 77 were Harriet Glanville cf Huntington Park, Calif., Vera B.C. team member Dale Shaw of Sidney and Edcan Ihlanilfeldl of Seattle. Barbara Hornc of Lethbridge had rounds of 39-41 for and 80 leaving her five strokes back. jumping competition. And no Canadian learn until now hss ever won gold in dres- sage. The best previous showing was a third-place bronze hi the 1967 Games, and Miss Hanson was a member of that team. STARTED IN 1984 Her coach, Will: Schwellheis, tegan teaching her the finer points of dressage in prepara- tion for the 1964 Olympic Games at Tokyo. She was only 17 when she competed in the Olympics that year, the youngest equestrian ever in the Olym- pics, and finished 20th. Canada's equestrian .showing is the best ever in Pan-Am Games history, with three gold in five events. Mexico has the other two gold in its fold. The pair of dressage gold and another in the Three-Day Event team competition also sur- passed the entire gold produc- tion by Canadian equestrians in previous Games. Canada took gold in the Three-Day Event in 1959 and in the individual jump- ing in 19C7. Miss Hanson's individual gold was the 8th over-all won by the Pirates slow Cubs down Dodgers helped by Expos Ily THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Richie Hr-bncr, playing in his first grime after two weeks of army duty, delivered the game- winning hit in the ninth to power Pittsburgh Pirates over Chicago night. Cubs 3-2 Wednesday spect. Six golfers managed par rounds: Ken Trowbridge, Bel- ton: Timmy Wittenberg. Mem- phis, Tcnn.: Graham Mac- Intyre, Vancouver; Michael Daly, Dorion, Que.: Keith Alex- His bases-loaded single with two out gave Dock Ellis only his second victory since Ihe All-Star break a month ago and helped the Pirates keep the charging Cubs at bay hi the National League East. The pace-selling Pirates, who losl the opener of the two-ga.me set, moved their lead over Chi- cago back to seven games. Holiday tourney for Henderson Canadian learn in six i anti'er. Calgary, and six in swimming, fivs in track Haines. BernardsrUle. N.J. and field, three in equestrian, j There were some disanpoinl- two in diving and one each in weightlifting and cycling. With the 33-event swimming and diving program completed ing rounds and today the goiters attempt to make the cutoff for Ihe final two days. Only the top 60 and ties will qualify for Ihe The Pirates, who led the Cubs by IIU games in the middle of July Iwfore hilling a briet slump, also boosted their lead to eight games over third-place St. Loins Cardinals, who lost 9-3 to Atlanta Wednesday night. In the other National League George games, Montreal Expos bumped the skidding S'an Francisco Giants 5-0: Cincinnati Reds Burlington. Ont., had The grand-dsddy of golf tournaments al Henderson Lake Golf Club is set for the Labor Day weekend, Sept. 4, 5 and 6. The annual Southern Alberta tournanjent is set For three days at the Lake Layout with the first 160 entries accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Entry fee for the three-day, 5-1-hole medal play event has been set at S15. Included in the entry is a smorgaslwrd on the Saturday from 4-6 p.m. and a dance Saturday evening. Limited to players 18 years of age and over the event will see equal gross and net prizes in aU flights as well as daily prizes the last two days. Flights will be decided on cer- tified handicaps. _ give them a total of 31. Entries can be sent to Earl] Canadian Wednesday night. C a n a d a 's fjnai holes. chances for more gold have just j imv SCOrcr in the Willing- about dried up except for the equestrians SPOTLIGHT OX RIDERS Thus the spotlight will remain on the equestrians right up to the final evenl when the Cana- dian jumping team competes in the Prix de Nations closing out I Wayne McDonald of the two week Games Friday aft- ernoon. Canada's medal total after 189 events reached 80. The team cannot better the 92 medal total of 1907 but it is way ahead in gold, 18 to 12. American swimmers, led by Frank HeckJ, won the four fi- nals on the last night in the pool with Canada's efforts producing two silver and two brcnze. An- other bronze came in one of the wrestling classes. The U.S. team whipped through eight more gold medals for a total of 104 and the Cubans were hot again, taking five gold in wrestling and volleyball to Francis, club professional, Hen- j home Box 1084, Lelhbndge. This Sunday al Henderson the men's section will stage a club best-ball tourney witji an A and B section. Section A Mill consist of two golfers one of which must have a handicap of eight or less. Set-lion B teams of is for golfers with nine handicaps and up. A S3 entry fee has been set for the one-day event and en- will be taken at the club. Aug. 22 will see a senior- j u n i f r ball tournament with flights determined on the handicap of the senior mem- ber. No father and son combi- nations will be allowed. swimmers now go i ..u..._ ...ti. J6 medals, one less than in Winnipeg, but in gold they doubled their 1967 produc- The smoothest taste in town -Schenlei) SPECIAL RESERVE CANADIAN WHISKY Very proudly Canadian A prestige product of Canadian Sdionlny Distilleries Lid. tion of three. Ltslie Clirf and Donna-Marie Gurr of Vancouver were the top gold winners for the Canadian team, each with three. Leslie and Angela Coughlan of j Burlington, Ont., won the most i Canadian but Leslie had more gold. BEATS EFFORT Leslie's scone was two individ- ual gold, a relay gold, an indi- vidual silver and a relay silver. Angela, in surpassing her 1967 performance of one relay silver and three individual bronze, earned a pold and silver in re- lays, two individual silver and an individual bronze. Miss Gurr had two individual and one relay rold and a reiay silver. Heckl, a towering pre-medical student at the University of Southern California, was a one man swimnring team as he won six gold medals in seven events individual and three relay first prizes. The Americans won M of 15 men's events and of 14 .11 the women's competition and split 'ho four diving events with Canada. The U.S. synchronized swimmers won all three gold on board with Canadians Ret- ting three silver. Miss Coufililan, la-year-old Olympic bronze medallist in and Karen James of Van- couver chased home Sandra Ncilson of the U.S. in the w o m e n 's 100-iiictie freestyle Wednesday night. Sandra clocked a fast for the gold Miss Coughlan got tlie sil- ver with the same won licr a gold medal in the 1970 Commonwealth Games. don Cup team matches. 20- ycar-od David Mick of Victoria, blew to an 82. He a 30-hole J42 earlier in the week. The four-time Canadian ama- teur champion. Nick Wcslock of a 76 nnd Islington. Onl., the 1969 Canadian amateur champion, carded an 81. Meanwhile in Vancouver two young golfers led a field of 120 by a nanow margin as the Canadian women's amnleur golf championship went inot iLs sec- ond day today at Capitano Golf and Country Club. Jo Ann Washan of Auburn. Wash., and Liz Daniel of To- ronto both completed Wednes- day's first round with one-over- par 75s. Close behind, with 70, are four of the tournament's lop contend- ers: Marlene Stewarl Streit of Toronto who has won the tide several times: defending cham- pion Gail Moore of Vancouver; former national and Quebec title holder Jocelyne Bourassa of Shawinigan and Gayle Bortii- wick. former national and Brit- ish Columbia champion now playing out of Mississauga, Onl. Today's round, which begins at a a.m. PDT. will reduce the field to 72, and also determine I Big contract i for LaFleur? MONTRK.U, CCP) Guy the firsf-dnifl choice ;n tlie 1071 amateur draft, is ex- pected to sign wilh the Stanley Cup Champion Montreal Cana- diens next week, and will proba- bly make more money than any other first-season performer the history of the National Hockey League. Gerry Patterson, business manager for the former Quebec junior star, has been negotiating contract terms with Sam 1'ollock, Cnnadiens' gen- eral Me expressed confidence Wednesday that a settlement will Ix; reached slwrtly, "Nothing official has been set on signing r.f Uie be said. "Slill, Sam and 1 are pretty well set on the lerms after three earlier meetings and cverylhini; is fine." Patterson, who has handled financial matters for sporl.s not- ables Jean Helivonu, Husfy Slauh, Cm-die Howe and Nancy (irccno, refused lo di.sclo.se de- tails aboul l.nfleur's oonlracl, other than to say that "Guy will he Uie highpst-paid ronkio in NHL hammercd Houston Astros 5-1; San Diego Padres nipped New Voik Mets 1-0 in 12 innings and Angeles Dodgers turned back Philadelphia Phillies 4-1. ELLIS l-'ALTERS Ellis was working on a tliree- hiller for his IGlh victory when he gave up a single lo Glenn Beckert on a two-strike pitch. Beckert went to third on Joe Pepitone's single and scored on Jim Hickman's sacrifice fly. The Pirates weren't lo be de- nied in their half of the ninth, though. With two out, Vic Dav- Chicago star-tor Ferguson Jen- Mns in Ihe eighth. RolxM'lo Clemente worked a walk and the runners advanced on a passed ball by calcher J C. Martin. Regan then issued an intentional walk lo slugger Willie Stargell and Hebner de- livered on the first pitch to him, driving in DaviliJIo with the game-winner. Gil Garrido's three-run double capped a five-run eighth lhat carried Atlanta over St. Louis. The Braves pinned the loss on Gary Nolan fashioned a three-hitter and retired 16 bat tors in one strelch as Cincinnati treat sloppy-fielding Houston, which committed four errors. The Reds scored three runs on two Astro errors in their deci- sive sixth inning. Larry LSlahl doubled in the S'eaver in a duel of National League earned lun average lesders. rtoberLs scattered seven hits over the 12 innings and Seaver struck out 14 before leaving after pitching 10 shut- oul-oLil innings. Rookie Doyle Alexander tired a four-hitler and knocked in 12th stole third and came home I run for streaking Los Angeles, on catcher Jerry Crete's wild won jts toili game in 12. peg into left field as San Diego j Alexander retired I stopped New York. Dave Roberts bested Tom Blue gets help live Phillies before single in the ninth Montanez. consecu- a two-out by Willie metre medley relay team to a 2.4-second margin over Canada. The Americans were timed in again a Games record, and the Canadians in Brazil was third in Bill Kennedy of London, Ont., Bill Mahony of New Westmins- ter, B.C., Byron MacDonald, Chicago-born naturalized Cana- dian and Tim Bach of Calgary each got a silver medal. Ralph rlullon of Campbell River. B.C., the veteran of the team at 23, was nowhere near his 1967 performance of one gold and five silver. But he still was one of the two ton medal winners among the Canadian men with one relay silver and two individual bronze. Kasting was the other with two relay silver and an individual bronze. fn (living, Rick Early and Dick Rydze were the gold and silver winners for the U.S. ID Ihe lien's tower competition. Bob Eaton of Osliawa, Ont.. ral- j lied from lOlh place in the pre- I liminary dives to finish eighth while Ron Fiiescn of Saskatoin slipped to ninth from fifth. Middleweight Taras Hryb of Victoria joined featherweight Pat Bolgcr of Dutton, Ont., as the Iwo medal winners on the Canadian wrestling team. Cuba won two wrestling gold, Fran- cisco Lebcquer in the welter- weight class and Lupe Lara in the middleweight class. Russell He'llickson of the U.S. grabbed the light heavyweight gold and Dominic Carollo, an- other American, lied Cuba's Francisco Lunchan in the heavyweight class, each getting gold medals. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES BY THE ASSUCMTlil) I'HESS. PiMsburgh Vida Blue, Oakland Athletics" j Chicago biggest drawing card, had 30.000 fans waiting out a two-hour rain 1 St. Louis Philadelphia Monlreal W L Pef. 71 .16 .607 63 52 51 .533 58 56 509 51 65 .-1.10 -16 70 .397 San Francl-jco I loustcn Cincinnati San Diego SB 55 43 Chris Zachary. Rusty Staub's two-rtin triple and tlie seven-hit pitching of S'teve Renko carried Montreal over San. Francisco, which lost iLs eighth game in 10 and had its lead shaved to games over Los Angeles in the Western Division. STAUB HAS RBI Staub's triple keyed a three- run rally in the third inning and gave him ROO career runs batted in. Renko survived several jams and handed the Giants only their fourth shulout of the year. Harll'ield sigus VOnK f AP Vic Mad- delay Wednesday night to watch the young hurlcr carve his 21st victory o[ the season as Oak- land downed Boston Red Sox 5- 3. Elsewhere in the AL, BaUi-. TODAY'S GAMES more Orioles helted Minnesota Si Louis canion is 6 o Twins 9-6, Detroit Tigers shaded walker 5-7 N Milwaukee Brewers 2-1, Cleve- Houston wllson lc" land Indians nipped Chicago White Sox 3-2 in 12 innings and Kansas City Royals shut out Washington Senators 1-0 in Baltimore 7 Bcilon B I Delroil II1- New York 19': i Cleveland Washington AMERICAN LEAGUE Easl W 51 .575 Oakland 53 5-17 3': Kansas 51 63 48 66 Pet. .622 .5-iB .500 .-170 M7 .411 game halted by rain after five innings. The second game of the Kansas City-Washington double- header and California Angels' game at New York Yankees weri: rained out. Tommy Davis a two- run homer in Uie first inning and singled home Blue, who had Iwat out a bunt, in the third, as Oakland built an earl} 3-0. SOX CLOSED GAP Blue, coasting on a three-hil- ter, retired 17 consecutive bat- ters, then walked pinch hitter Phil Gagliano with one out in the eighth inning Doug Griffin followed with his 'hird major Jeague homer, cutting Boston's i deficit to a single run. In the ninth, Rico PeLrocelli his 21st home run of Uie year, tying the score. Bert Campaneris singled one out in Oakland's 10th and moved up on a wild pitch. After Joe Rudi walked, Reggie Jack- son doubled for one run. A field- er's choice and a wild pitch pro- duced another and that seemed to sea] it. But Griffin and Luis Aparicio opened the bottom of the lOlh wilh consecutive singles, knock- ing out Blue, who was trying for is 201ii complete game. Darold All a ls -i-ll Philadelphia Short 7-13 at Los An- geles Ostecn 11-7 N New York Ryan 8-9 at San Diegg Arlin 6-13 N WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Montreal ian H3 110 5 000 000 0 M) McMohon (S) Dieli. HR: Mll- Renko (11-12) berland (6-2) Barr Rebergcr (B) and Wine Atlanla ......000 101 13 I 51. Louis 100 020 3 12 0 Kellcy (7-3) McQueen (8) and Wil liams; Za chary (3-8) Drabowsky (fl) PaMprsnn (9) and Simmons. Philadelphia 010 001 1 4 1 LOS Anqeles loo 101 4 13 o Reynolds (3-1) Champion (B) and McCaruer; Alexander (.1-3) and Fer- guson HR: Chicago 010 250 Pittsburgh 000 110 3 11 o Jenkins, Reqan (3-3) (8) and Mariln; Ellis (16-6) and Sanguillen Houston 010 000 1 3 4 Cincinnati ODD 003 550 Billingham 15-11) Gladding (7) Har- ris (8) and Hialt; Nolan and Bench New York 000 000 MB I 7 1 San Diego DDO 000 000 1 5 0 Seaver, Friseiia (i 3) (11) and Grole; Rolierls (10-12) and Barton. TODAY'S GAMES Baltimore Palmer 13-6 al Minnesota Kflat 9-B N Detroit Lolich 1B-8 al Milwaukee Paitin 1013 Cleveland Paul 1-3 al Chicago Wood 1.1-8 Kansas Cily demons 0-0 al Wash- ington Broberg 3-3 N California May 7-7 at York Pe'erson 11-7 N I Oakland Dobson 11-2 at Boston D I Brett 0-1 n WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 000 000 200- 3 fl Milwaukee 001 OW i I 0 NieV.ro (i-S) Scliermsn (B) and Free- han; Lack wood (B-B) Sanders (B) and Rodiirjuez HR: Cleveland 100 001 ODD 360 Chicago ooo ooo 002 2 S 1 Lamb, Harqan (9) Farmer (4-0) (10) and Fosse: Horleri, Foriler (7J Jeal- ey (9) Hinlon (1-1) (11) and Herr- mann. HRs: (11 Fosse (5V Baltimore HI Ml 9 10 S Minnesota 101 101 6 10 3 Dobion, Bos well (A) Jackson (7) Hall (5-51 (7) and Dalrymple; Perry Strickland Williams (7) Gebhard (0-1) (7) Corbin (9) and Roof, TIs- cfirnski (B) HRs: (15) Po- well Oakland 201 ODD 000 IT I Boston 101 000 Oil 3 V 0 Blue Knowels (10) and Dun- can; Slcbert, Tiant (9) Morel (0-1) (10) Bolin (10) and Monlgomcry. HRs: (3) Pel- rocelll (1U- field, new captain of New York Knowles relieved, saving the namje-s, has signed with the victory Ihaf made sea- National Hockey League club J sons lo? 21-4 for the 1971-72 season. Hadficld, a loft winger, is Uie first, player Baltimore's Robinson boys, Frank and Brooks, destroyed (o i.-ome to tci-ms with Ilic Minncsotn, kcyinp an eighth in Rangers, who b e R i n training' ninfi rally (hat moved the Ori- Scpt. 10. oles pnst the Twins. FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST ONLY 25 OFF TIRES ACCESSORY 6-400x18, 2-350x18 PRICE 1 F8-550 ENDURO KAWASAKI. Reg. Sale 1970-350 TWIN. 4000 miles. Reg. Solo 1969-500 MACH III. Rug. Sole LETHBRIDGE KAWASAKI 13th St. N. (Hardiovilln Road) Phoni 327.6117 Available in 6 in. dia., 38 ft. length 8 in. dia., 37, 43, 50, 56, 63, and 70 fl. lencthi DOllAR FOR nOlfAR, MAYRATH AIDERS MOVE II FASTER AND EASIER. YOUR ALBERTA DISTRIBUTOR ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 402 III South or ;