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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, August 13, 1970 Piiicher Creek Event Comes To A Close ONE OF TWEtVE-Scott Jarvie of lethbridge Norcrest' crosses home plate with one of 12 runs the locals scored In dumping Edmonton Centrals 12-1 to advance to the little teague zone final against Moose Jaw. Meet Moose Jaiv Tonight Norcrest In Finals By LLOYD YAMAG1SHI Herald Sports Writer "It was a solid team said John KoskosM coach of the Norcrest Little League All- Stars. His remarks came following his club's one-sided victory over Edmonton Centrals in the Division 2 zone playoffs held at Dave Eton Park Wednesray. Norcrest put it all together, as the saying goes, and bounced Edmonton 12-1 and el- iminated the; northern club from further play. Norcrest will now meet Moose Jaw in the fi- nals of the zone playoff. The first game of the final goes at EDMONTON tCP) Race results from Northlands park Wednesday: First tl.jOO, claiming, 3-year-old maidens, 7 (urlongs. Bluo Lea-sen (StadnyK) 13.60 7.SO 4.4D, Erin's Empress (Hunt) 9.00 3.70, Swims (Coombs) 3.SO. Time: 4-5. Speedy Son, Blue Dee, Western Haze, Callim George also ran. Track Scratch: Lady Cralgmount. Second claiming, 2-year-old maidens, 7 furlcngs. cheat The Bull (Roe) 8.10 4.70 a.30, Flight Count (Shields) 8.40 4.50, Sir Morn (Stadnyk) 2.90, Time: 1-5. Western Leader, Two Suck Tim, Andys Rouser, Red Mount, Saucy Susie also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S73.SO Third suoo, claiming, 2-year-old maidens, 7 furlongs. Shuttle King (Turetsky) 10.45 J.JO 3.60, Pauline's Pet (Parsons) 36.50 14.10, Bomb Site (Hunt) Time: Sione, Mllmarie, Grlnner, Happy Ber- nle, High Tenor also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Luredale (Bllllngsley) 3.50 3.00 Moochin Minnie (J. Whittle) 4.50 2.90, Tommy's Champ (McCauley) Time: 3-5. Grand Charm, Queen Dale, Pride Of Fagus, Moonlight Spirit, Bold Greek also ran. Fifth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Desert Bunny (Hunt) 13.60 6.70 3.40, Vibrant (Hedge) 5.30 2.90, Wolf's Go Go (Shields) 2.90. Time: 1-i. Tom's Award, Tetralass, Dennis Ail- by, Evidently, Prlmall also ran. EXACTOR: S43.70. Sixth 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs. Susan's Page (Hedge) 8.90 4.20 2.EO, Leisure's Memory (Parsons) 7.90 3.30, Mister Auctioneer (stadnyk) 3.20. Time: 1-5. Ena's Daughter, Gallant Canadian also ran. Seventh claiming, 4-year-olds and up. miles. Sharp Reply (Shields) 7.40 5.50 4.50. Zorba (Coombs) 8.50 5.20, Prezami (Barroby) 5.20. Time: 4-5. Aurnol, Lucky Sru. Peace-Man, Crown Countess, Blue Vwlst also ran. Eignin claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles. Regal Hawk (Rasmussen) 6.80 3.90 2.80, Round River (Stadnyk) 8.20 3.80, Old Army (Barroby) 2.70. Time: Kentucky story, Jacopo's Susie, Foxy Bud, Elislfa, Dale's Mistake also ran. OUINELLA: ELLIS SIGNS TORONTO (CP) Bon Ellis, last season's leading scorer for Toronto Maple Leafs of the Na- tional Hockey League, has signed a two-year contract with the Eastern Division dub. six o'clock tonight at Dave El ton. Norcrest still has a Ion way to go as they must de feat Moose Jaw twice lo earn a berth in the Canadian finals in Thunder Bay, Ont. but as Koskoski said, "we'll play om game at a time." Earl Ingarfield, who playet shortstop the first two games of the playoffs took over on th mound Wednesday evening am came up with an outstanding performance. The young righthander scat tered eight hits while striking out five to earn the win. The loss went to Paul Messier who got relief help from Bill Thorn lin. It was Messier who was the winner when the Edmonton crew stopped Norcrest 5-2 in an extra-inning game Monday. For the second game in row the big bats were boom- ing for Norcrest. Tuesday afternoon they uset the long ball to double the score on Calgary Centennials 10-5 and they picked up where they left off Wednesday. Brian Robinson and Greg Kveder each stroked a home run to back up Ingarfield's pitching. Tuesday afternoon Robinson pounded out two home runs while Kyeder managed a solo round-tripper with two mates aboard. Richard Shardlow chipped in with a pair of singles for the winners. Jim Sawetsky man- aged two singles off of Ingar- field. SHHH TROIKA won't breathe it to a soul Ask for the exclusive mini-bottle 12oz.size TROIKA VODKA-2I33 availabla In 25 sizo Distributed by Canadian Schcnley Distilleries Ltd. PINCHER CREEK Like the old saying "All good things must come to an the Southern Alberta Summer Games will come to an end tonight. Success in hunches has teen the story of the first-ever such games held in a community such as Pincher Creek in the Dominion of Canada. Halifax, Nova Scotia hosted the first Canada Summer Games so that puts Pincher Creek in the runner-up spot and that's not a bad spot to be in. The finals in equestrian, portion of the diving, hors and archery, will be n off tcday in this town 60 mile west of Lethbridge and the u tial Southern Alberta Gam0 will be history. And indeed it is a historj making event. The officials of the Summe Games, when they first co ceived the idea of the even had no idea what succes may be. Today they can sc the end result of their effort All-told some athlete from 10 regions in Southern A berta gathered to take part in eight events. Such events a equestrian, horseshoes, arc ery, diving, swimming, tra shoot and small bore, slo pitch and track and field, gain ed the interest of the officia as they were the ones, not quil as popular as a number of otl er sports. The Games officia felt that through such an effor as the Games these particula sports could gain in popularity It was also the ambition the Games committee to hay mass participation. All thi and more has been achieves with one day left. There has been mass par ticipation indeed as the athlete, represent the Municipal Dis tricts of Willow Creek, Pincheo Creek. Cardston and Taber the counties of Lethbridge Warner and Forty Mile as we as the Crowsnest Pass, the Cit of Lethbridge, and the Btax and Peigan Reserves. Wednesday was a rathe quiet day in comparison with Monday and Tuesday. Women's slow pitch saw th City of Lethbridge come uj with the gold medal as the; defeated the host Pinche Creek club 21-9 in the final Pincher was awarded the silver medal with Cardston accepting, the bronze for third place. The. victory for the City of Leth bridge broke a Cardston mono- poly on slow pitch. The Card ston entries had earlier won the boy's and girl's honors. Over all, the County o Warner has moved into firs place in the region standings The 10 regions involved in the ames are all competing for ;he honor of top region. The )vef all winner will receive the Summer Games championship lonors tonight. Warner moved past Cardston while City of Lethbridge is third. In fourth spot is the Mu- nicipal District of Willow Creek with Pincher Creek fifth. The curtain will ring down anight on the first Summer James for southern Alberta but t will only mark the end of the irst act. It has indeed been an act worth repeating and al- Games officials have re- ceived bids to host next year's events. Over-all "games" olng Into final day: County of Warner M.D. of Cardston leaders M.D. of Pincher Creek. OUTK ALBERTA GAMES VEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 SLOW PITCH RESULTS Gold) 1. Cily of Lethbridge Silver) 5. Pincher Creex Bronze) 3. Cardston (winner of G olatlon event) INAL GAME Lelhbrldge defeated Creek 1-9. ONSOLATION FINAL Cardston over County of 4) Mile, ther teams participating from: M.D. f Willow Creek, Crowsnest Pass, M.D. Taber, County of Warner. IVING FINALS OYS AND MEN 10 and Ron Tronc, City of ethbridge; 2. John Thompson, Warner ounty; 3. Jim Van Oyen, Pincher reek. 11 and 12 Years 1. Greg Meyers, ardston; 2. Robert Tagg, Cardston; Robert Mendenhall, City of Lelli- rldge. 13 and 14 Years 1. David I Mile County; 2. Jack Acorn, Wiilow reek; 3. Ron Smith, Willow Creek. 15 Years and Over 1. John Wiebs, ity of l.elhbrlo'ge; 1. George Strang, 'Illow Creek; 3. Bob Warnke, Willow reck. IRLS AND WOMEN 10 and Under 1. Barb Morkln, 'illow Creek; 2. Rpndq flicken, Coun- of 3. Barbara Ralph, Coun- of Warner. II and 12 Years T. Bronda Greenly, ncher Creek; 2. Webster, Wil- Creek; 3. Eulana Smith, Willow reek. 13 and V) Yeors 1. Daphne Spack- an, Cardston; 2. Teresa Pitcher, irdston; 3. Carolyn Keeler, County of arner. 15 Years and 1. Lorraine arren. Willow Creek; 2. Leona Gin- as, Pincher Creek. ESUK SIGNS P HI L A DELPHIA (AP) hiladelphia Flyers of the Na- onal Hockey League have gncd left winger Uill Lesuk r the 1970-71 season, the club announced Wednesday. Streit Leading By One TORONTO (OP) Marlem Stewart Streit at Fonthill, Ont. had a one-stroke lead today a play for the Canadian ladie; open amateur golf champion ship moved into the third rovmd The defending champion ant 10-time title winner shot 39 and for a 72 Wednesday, onff the pin and dropped h laid. Miller's best shot came on th jar-four, 423-yard, third hole vhere he scored an eagle with 00-yard, two-iron shot out i he woods. TIRED OF PUTTING Gary Cowan of Kitchener )nt, who finished with a two under 71 and played the ard course with. Miller, salt He University of Georgia stu ent made the eagle because he'd missed a couple of putts arlier and he didn't want to utt anymore." McDonald and Mahaffey esti rated a performance of 10 or 12 trokes off par over the four ays could take the title. Dick Sidarowf of Easton .onn., who hit for a 69 and fin shed second to McDonald in the 969 amateur, said pin place- "Your Cycle Centre of the South" HIGH RISE BIKES SM.95 AS LOW AS JUST ARRIVED! APPOLLO 10 SPEED BICYCLES EACH SIDEWALK BIKES For ages 4-7 years. Includes chain guard, streamers ond kick stand. Ready to go and one free service check WE TAKE TRADES TERMS ARRANGED MACS ?13 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 OVER 300 BICYCLES IN STOCK "SERVING SOUTH AlBERTA FOR OVER 30 YEARS" OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. menls were made Wednesday with the idea of getting the big field through before dark and could be tougher in later rounds for the 72-hole championship. Sale, a 23-year-old pharmacist who played in the interprovin- cial team competition with the combined New Bfunswick- Prince Edward Island entry, said he was "pretty happy with my putter." His longest sinker was a 25- footer on the undulating eighth green. Several players were in at 71 including Calgary's Harold Pa- sechnik, Jim Scissons of Saska- toon and Barry McKenzie of Winnipeg, who each played for their respective provinces in the interprovincial, and Nick Wright of Islington, Ont. ELRICH TIRE SPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Pittsburgh New York Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal .547 .535 .50! ,47fi .US .419 Cincinnati ......78 40 .641 Los Angeles 65 49 .570 San Francisco 56 58 .491 Atlanta....... Si 59 .487 Houston .52 64 .448 25 San Diego ......45 71 .388 32 TODAY'S GAMES San Francisco Pitlock 3-3 af Chicago Pappas 7-5 San Diego Roberts 6-9 at St. Louis Cleveland 0-0 Montreal Marshall 0-5 at Atlanta Reed 4-5 N New York Sadeckl 7-3 it Cincinnati Merritt 16-10 N Philadelphia Short 6-12 at Houston Cook 2-2 N WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS an Diego tOO 003 000 000 13 1 t. Louis 112 000 010 000 01-S 15 I Coombs, Dlbson (9) Dukes Wil- ls (2-3) (12) and Cannizzaro; Gibson 16-5) and Torre. Diego, Col- bert St. Louis, Allen Mentreii 312 000 7 I Atlanta 320 002 12 2 McGinn, Raymond Stoneman Strohmayer (7) and Bateman; Nlekro, Prlddy (3-5) Wilhelm (9) and Tlliman. HRs: Aaron Lcs Angeles wo on 17 I Pittsburgh 010 010 4 a i Singer, Mikkelsen (1-1) Hough !9) and Haller; Moose Glustl Pena Lamb (9) and San- guillen. New York 010 001 i 7 0 Cincinnati ooo 001 i 4 i Gentry (8-6) and Dyer; Cloninger Granger (9) and Bench 'hiladelpnla OM 000 2 Houston 020 001 490 Jackson (3-11) Wenr (8) and Ryan; DIcrker (11-10) and Edwards. HR: Hou-Menke an Francisco .........210 Ml IS 0 Ihicago MO 7 1 Bryant, Carrlthers (1-1) McMa- on (9) and Dletz; Hands (13-10) Rod- iguez (8) and Hundley HRs: Sp- ends AMERICAN LEAGUE East W 73 6SL i Baltimore Mew York Detroit Boston Cleveland Washington Minnesota Oakland California Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago 62 61 57 56 53 West ...69 75 Pet. .635 .544 .53" .509 .483 .461 .616 .557 .374 .368 .384 27V4 29 TODAY'S GAMES Cleveland McDowell 16-7 at Oakland Odom 5-5 N Baltimore Palmer 16-7 at California Murphy 12-7 N Detroit McLaln 2-3 at Mllwauket Pattin 6-9 H Minnesota Blyleven at ton Bosman 11-8 N Chicago Miller 5-6 at New York Mc- Cormick 1-0 Kansas Ciiy Fitirnorrls 3-3 at Boston Romo 6-2 WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 130 000 OW- 4 J Oakland .115 231 1) t Hargan Austin (1-5) (3) Colbert f3) Mlngorl (S) Lasher (8) and Fosse; Fingers Lacheman (3-1) (2) Locker ind Fernandez. HR; Fernan- Detroit 020 003 I 1 Milwaukee 000 200 (44 Cain, Timmerman (2-4) Scher- .ian Latjrow C8) and Krausse, Gelnar Brabender (6-14) Bolln (9) end Roof, McNertney HRs: FIRST Kansas City 120 4 12 t Boston 000 004 780 Rooker' Morehead Wright IB) and Rodriguez; Peters (11-9) and Moses. HRs: Yastrzemskf JECOND Kansas City 002 001- 4 8 Boston 000 002 7 1 Johnson, Abernathy (A-3) (7) and Kirkpatrick; Kocnce, Breft (2-6) Harlensteln (9) and Satrlanp. HRs: Bos-smith Chicago 000 001 11 1 New York 180 001 1 5 0 Johnson Wood (7) and Herr- lann; Bahnsen McDaniel