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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _ TUB LETHBRIDGE HEKALD Fridny, August 13, 197T ALWAYS KEEP YOUR HEAD UP Earl Ingarfield, righf; explains to six of the young lads attending the Windy City Hockey School currently in progress at Adams Ice Centre, is very important to keep your head up ot all times. "You'll know where the puclc is by the feel." Ticehurst has tivo-slroke cushion Listening to rhe instructions from the former National Hockey League star are, left to right, Gordon Tail, Greg Nakamura, Peter Nakamuro, Dean Kjeldgaard, Brent Maxwell and Buddy Heidinger. Take over sole possession of top spot Argos explode behind Theismann Silverberg, Alexander fire 78's OAKFIELD, N.S. (CP) JJurt Ticehurst, although not pleased with his second-round performance, holds a two-stfoke lead with two rounds remaining golf Cup winning British Columbia] downhill 25 fool pull to salvage in the Canadian amateur championship. "I'm a liltlc the 41-year-old Vancouver golfer said Thursday after shooting a one-over-par 74 to give him a 36-hole total of 1-15 and the lead over four golfers tied at 147. Too many 1-e said after three-putting three of Ihe last four greens The (irst ,vecl. ot tnc Wind Ticehurst handled the par 36 citv Hockev Schoo] is fast iron nine in regulation but he to 'a elosc al Adams nearly missed on Ihe par four Ice Centl.e wd make wav team, Ticehurst shanked his ap- 1 his par. proach shot on to Ihe adjoining Ticehurst and Doug Silver- first fairway. It took a chip shot berg of Calgary shared the past a clump of trees and a first-round lead at 71. The Al- Hockey school has openings berla golfer blew to a 78 in the ninth. A member of the Willinglon Pop sou earns fastball for the second week of activity. Monday saw the school get under way with boys between the ages of B-17 taking part in on-ice instruction from past and present Jiockey stars. According to school director Stan Maxwell t'lere are a few vacancies for the school next week. The cost of the one-week Tngarfield and Ingarfield was N'ev York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins and last year with California Seals retiring. Martin, one of the finest ama- teur goalies in the world, had a J one-year stint wilh St. Louis Blues. Also on hand at the school are Bob Barber of Ilershey j Bear, Barrel Knibbs of the; Muskegon Mohawks and Len Frig, who last year played with Calgary Centennials hi't who attend the Chicago Black- training camp this year. Anyone interested in having _., their hov attend (he school can In Cily Businessmen's Fast- ball League action Kimuras belted Simpsons Sears 11-6 event hind Frank Popsons pitting, i included in the school arc Steve Gillies and Marv Ime-' seven-day sessions with son rapped out Lhi-ee safeties I hours per day spent on th- ice to aid Popsons cause while; with professional instructors. Bryson Brown managed three To supplement the hockey the' contact "Stan Maxwell at 1022 hits for Simpsons. ho .-ill go Ihroueh daily Henderson Lake Blvd.. phone Enersons trimmed the Bank tivo-nour physical education pc- of Nova Scotia 10-9 with Ihe aid riod. Also training films and of :hree home rims in City I chalk-talks are held dailv to Businessmen's Fastball League; bring the instruction hours'to a actlon- daily lotal of six. Darryl Asplund, Don AJlen j "We've had good response Warren Asplund all ham-! this first week and the second mered a home and a single week should be even .127-8W9 or al Adams Ice Cen- tre, 327-7111. apiece to give Enersons the hard-fought victory. Roy Christensen earned the mound verdict. said Maxwell. Currently instructing at the school are former National Hockey League standouts Earl Taylor 21 in win EL RANCHO (TEXACJJ SERVICE "NEW LOOK" in "CAR CARE" second round. John Sale of Calais, Me. had a good opportunity for a share of the lead. He shot a -'nder 71 and finished lied will Side- rouf of Easlon, Cti immy Wittenberg of Menr Tcnn., and Andre Clagne ol Buischalcl, Quc., at 147. Going inlo Ihe final hole. Sale was four strokes under par. A disastrous effort on Ihe IfUh green added Iwo slrokes to his game. Seih Martin, i He pul his lee shol on the ISlii centre with just in front Of a Lree near the centre of the fairway. The lice obstructed his swing and the approach shot went to Ihe back of the green, some SO feel from the pin. Sale was shorl on the first pull. The second also failed. Tom Henry of Peterborough, Ont.. Geon; H-nines of Bcr- nardsvill, N.J., and Michael Sanger of Greenwich, Conn., all had 148 counts. Henry and San- ger both shot second round 7-ls while Haines had a 75. Meanwhile a one under -par gave Marlenc Strait a one- stroke lead over her two near- est competitors for the Cana- dian women's amateur golf championship as play entered eagle on the 15lh for a two- Ihc third of four rounds today. Mrs. Streil, from Fonthill, Ont.. parred each of the first ninr Iioles Thursday, n broke par on the back nine wilb an c the 13th for a Iwo- round total of H9 on the yrrd Capilanj Jo Ann War-ham of Auburn, Wash., and Jocelywe Boprassa of Shawinigan, Que.. were scc- jond i.-ith 150. I The field ivas cut Thursday to 72 players from 120. Cut-off point was 180. British Columbia scored e learn 'lofal of 459 to take the interprovincial team champion- ship phase of the tournament, MONTREAL (CP) An of- fence lhat exploded for three long touchdowns and a defen- sive corps that, in the words ol their coach, "played like wild- combined to carry To- ronto Argonauts to a 26-14 win over Montreal Alouettes Thurs- day night. The duo of Joe Theismann and Greg Bar- ton directed Toronlo to a nel offence of 477 yards for Ihe Ai'gos' Ihird consecutive win and sole possession of first in the Eastern Football "onference. The game wrs attended by fans, the largest crowd ever for a regular-season game in .Montreal Although Ihe Argonauts were not able to mount consistent of- ?ensive drives, their ability to loose for Jong gains from .heir own end of the field proved the key factor. Rookie speedster Leon Mc- Quay picked up his fiflh touch- down in three games in Ihe first quarter as he broke loose from Ihe Toronto 29 and outraced his Alouette pursuers to the end zone. An 114-yard run by Theismann )n a quarterback draw in the .bird quarter and a 94-yard pass-and run effort from Theis- mann lo Dave Cranmcr prov- ded the Argonauts with their olher louchdowns. 'ULLEN SCOIIES TD Montreal's only touchdown ame in the fourth quarter vtinn Sonny Wade connected wilh Tom Pullen on a 14-yard pass. The convert by George Springalc. a single by Wade and two field goals by Justin Canale rounded out the Alouelle scor- ing. Ivan MacMiUan boolcd a field goal and a single and Zenon An- drusyshyn added anolher single for the Argos. Toronto coach Leo Cahill was pleased with his team's ability tc complete long plays but the defence drew most of his praise. "Those guys played like wild- he told reporters. "The defence was the key to GUI' suc- cess.'' The jubilant Cahill said one of the few mistakes Toronto made i was the result of "a stupid mis- take by me." The Aj-gos gambled third-don n-and-one situalion in the fourth quarter and when Ihcy failed to pick up the yard j Montreal look over the ball on the Toronto 54-yard line and marched in for liieir only louch- down. INJURED THUiMB Montreal coach Sam Etchev- said starling quarterback Jim Chasey inured his thumb early in the game and had trou- ble handling the ball during his infrequent appearances later in the contest. Tonight both Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Saskatchewan Roughriders wil have revised lineups and some new faces and acquired this week by Sas- Galloway. Galloway and Aldag katchcwan, will be part ol the' lineup '.anight. Cl-aphain will replace rclircd i right guard. were formr-rlv al left lackle, wilh Bird and Gary Brandt at centre Ted Unless and will P1 at left tac- kle by Barry Aldag and at right by Larry Bird Ralph Torborg, Moses rap Angels LOS ANGELES (AP) Two California Angels catchers, Jerry Moses and Jeff Torborg, criticized the club's manage- ment Thursday and asked to be traded. In separate interviews with the Los Angeles Times while the learn was in New York to play the Yankees, Torborg said he lias ''no respect for the Angels uniform" and Moses called the team "poorly run from top to bottom." Manager Lefty Phillips, al- ready plagued this season with the Alex Johnson and Tony Con- igtiaro cases, responded: "We're not exactly talking about Gabby Haitnett and El- ston Howard. All of this is not worth commenting on." RAPS MANAGER Moses. 25, who came lo the Angels from Boston along Conigliaro las! winter, called Angels' general manager Dick Walsh "a detriment to baso- jall.'1 He said Phillips is "un- sure of his actions and disorgan- ized "I simply want to be Moses said. "There's a lot more wrong with this club than the Johnson and Conigliaro It's poorly run from top to bot- tom." Torborg, 29, has missed much of the season with a broken fin-' Certain to be out is corner- back I'enry Dorsch, who has a knee ir.jury. Al Ford and Brandt, both also suffering knee ailmenls, are doubtful starters and coach Dave Sfcrcin said even quarter- back Ron Lancaster may not start. Lancaster's bruised ribs have been pronounced in good shape but Skrcin said a decision on who will staii at quarterback likely would be left open until just before game tune, 7 p.m. MST. AJVDY CAPP 'ERE'S ALL RIGHT, BUT RUST .MUST ger. He came to the Angels 1 spring on waivers from Los An- geles Dodgers, where he had complained of being a reserve catcher. "I feel like I'm still on the disabled list." said Torborg. "Even when T wasn't playing with the Dodgers, I never felt i as Imv as I do now. The Dodg- ers, at leasl. were in pennant races and 1 could understand 1 not playing." ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ses. DM 2 000 OOK- t 64 Yorlc C ..60 58 AR California !.i' s New 001 000 DM Oft- T 010 000 QUO 01- I 7 3 d) Allen .532 ..170 Mil' Lcthhridgc hosts tcmiis ;For their first Western Football Conference encounier Ibis sea- son. The Lelbbridge Tennis club will host the Southern Alberta tennis tournament for the sec-! wasfirngiai ond time in-s-rbw this coming TODAY'S GAMES Dolroit Cain (5-7) al Mir eleven (V-13) N Clevelnnd Coltjerr: (3-2) ken Slaton (7--0 N McMally (13-J) at Chicago John (10 II) N California Messersmilh 111-11) al Washlntilon McLain (6-14) N Oakland Dobson (11-3) at New York StoHlcmyrc- Ill-ID) W Kansas Clly Drego (li-fi) al Boston Lonbora (t-t) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Oak'.nnd 240 003 101- f 13 I Boston 000 010 270 Segul (S-5) and Duncsn; Brsll (0-2) Talum (3) Lee (B) and Mcntaomory HRs: Oak-Duncan Bos-StoH fly) Talum FIR5T Kansas City 001 OD1 380 Washington OOD 130 Wright (3-J) Ourqmeicr (9) and Psepke; 5hellCflback (3-9) Cox (7) and and Slenhfifison; Kekich (7-6J and Glbbs, Munson NATIONAL LEAGUE Eaif PillSburgh Chicago SI. Louis New York Philadelphia Montreal San Francisco Los Angeles Cincinnati San Diego Pel -403 .548 .5M2 .50.1 63 38 55 76 weekend. Entries have already comp j in from Calga v. Great Falls, i chica-- BoUi will be trying to break, Vrl-in Taber two from Cali-' Pai- fcmia and a number of oilier j towns from Soutliej-n Ron Chapham, a centre last fans seasr with Toronto Argonauts Yardsticks TORONTO 24 MONTREAL 14 TOR. Rod Taylor's fastball was realty humming Thursday eve- ning at Henderson Park. Taylor, a southpaw, threw the third strike past 21 Pindi- j er Creek Chinook batters on his j way to a 4-2 Lethbridgc Miners I triumph in Southern Alberta I Senior Baseball League action. i The loss went to Lome Mc- Lain uho allowed the Miners I eight hits over the nine innings, j one stroke ahead of Ontario. Al- Yards rushing Yards passing Net otfencc Passes made-l inlercepliona-yard: 1? 753 253 MTL. 18 ltd rnfs-a -age Fumbles-losf Pennllies-yards.. Allwrta. Afticn will commence Salur clay morning at and start up once more Sunday at Ihe same time at the Civic Centre courts. There will be a rive-minute default rule with all matches set for a best of three sols. In cnse of a (Hi score in any game (here will be an automa- tic tie-breaker. 000 001 1 6 D lion 007 Ml 3 2 .ns. Nelson (0-1) (3) York (7) irlinEl. Kirkpalrick Brrv LmdDiad (G) Cox (B) and 130 100 6 10 1 000 !Q1 343 Foster (7-111 (4) and FC-JSO; (i) Kesley (B) flnd HR: (1J Detroit ODD 070 4 11 0 Milwaukee 000 701 364 Lolich (19-B) and Frcehan; Pal tin [10-13) Sanders (9) and E, Rodrlgim Baltimore 300 001 8 11 0 Minnesota 010 Ml 4 0 Palmer (1.1-4) nnd Elchobarrpn; Ksal (9-9) Hayflel (9) and Mitlerw.ifri HRs: (16} Rellenrnund (10) Elchebarren TODAY'S GAMES SI, Louis Cleveland 00-10} at Pitts- burgh (11-5) N Houston Wilson 110-7) a! Alianla NIeKro (17-B) N Chicago Hands (10-13) at Cincinnati GullHI (12-1) N Montreal Morion (8-13) al An- geles Sutlon (11-10) N Philadelphia Wise (11-9) a I San Di- ego Norman (2-SJ N Hew York Sadecki (5-3) at San Fran- cisco Perry (11-9) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS 51. Louis 003 DM 000- 350 Pittsburgh 200 000 162 Carlton (16-6) and Simmons; Walk- er (58) Miller fB) and SnnnuiHcn. Houslon 1W s H T Alianla Ml 710 14 0 Blasingflme (fl-9) Harris (3) (J) and Hian, Edwards Rcftd [12-BJ and Williams. HRs: Hous Chiles (D All Williams New York 000 000 001- 0 6 1 San Diego 300 000 3 7 1 Ryan (9-10) Williams (I) McAndrew (5) Taylor (7) and Grole; Arlin (7-14) and Barton. Philadelphia 000 000 010 000 Los Angel" 000 010 ODD 000 1 f 2 Short, Wilson (fl) Rrandon lA-5) and McCarver; Osleen. Brewer (Ifi) MiKkelson (7-5) (13) and Ferguson. Come In and Meet Our "New" Gas Hostesses Try our FAST MODERN GAS ISLAND SERVICE! Holiday Time is Tune-Up Time! Timo lo visil Ernie Rosveld our fully licensed mechanic We specialize in tune-ups, carburetor and ignition All work guaranteed EL RANCHO (TEXACO) SERVICE 6th Avenue, M.M. Drive Phone 327-5406 Bill Kerr and Tim Ncgrcllo each managed two hits oT McLaiji. Kerr belled a triple and a single while Negrcllo stroked a double and single. LeUiuridge Cubs, lied for lop spot :n Hie 'Southern Senior League ui'lh Lhe Miners, travel lo Edmonton this weekend in Lhcir .second hid to win the Al- berta senior haseball crown. Cubs '-ere thwarted in their efforts last year. berta was third with 473 in the 36-hote tournament. Also in contention for the title were Chcrar Greber or South and Gail Moore of Van- couver, both with 152. Miss Gerber was the only oilier gotfer Mrs. Slreit lo brack par in the tournament lo dale. She shot on the front nine and chipped in on the lolh for an eagle three to return in one-under-par ,16. STOCK CAR RACING FOOTHILLS SPEEDWAY LUNDBRECK SUNDAY, AUGUST 15th TIMETRIALS 1 P.M. RACING 2 P.M. FEATURING NUMBER OF OUT OF TOWN CADS 4 4 4 4 Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. ond Mayor Magralh Drive OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE Imperial Oil Ice Stereo Teipei Garden Supplici Ammunition Alias Products Bar-R-Q Supplies DONT FORGET WE HAVE I Fishing Licences Tackle Live Bait PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-1046 from 8 a.m. to S p.m. Licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Friday. SMOOTH! QUIET! NEW 6 and 8 INCH PROPELLER SHAFT AUGERS Available in B in. dia., 38 fl. length 8 in. dia., and 70 It. lengths DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR, MAYRATH AUGERS MOVE IT FASTER AND EASIER. COMPTON. ILLINOIS YOUR ALBERTA DISTRIBUTOR ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES i SERVICE 403 III Avl South Phon> or 337-4445 ;