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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 510 THE linmRIDGE HCRMn Mender M, 1771 TOP TENNIS TOURNEY The Lelhbrid gc Tonnis Club open tourney ended Sunday evening and taking top honor! front, left to right Susan Cole, Liz Flagerly and Roxanne Nelson. Back row, left to right, Brett Stone, Bob Dunning and Murray Sihvon. A total of competitors took part in the two-day event. See story. Sihvon lend wrty Siuden puts Ids club through first session Ballard worried, team needs patriotism Ja TOKONTO Harold, president of Maplo f (lardens, is worried about 'patriotism" a common Eictor for Team C ana tin in its ircparntioii for the forthcoming es with Hiissici's amateur lockey stars. Team Canada's personnel, nacle up of National Hookey ,eague players, checked into lie Gardens Sunday for exten- sive medical clicrkups and were to begin two-a-day work- outs tcxtay. "I jtist hope our guys liavo part of (lie nnd the patriotism of Hie Ballaril said as lie watched llic players lib into the dressing room. While all the players are Ca- natiian-horn or Canadian citi- zens, many hnvc earned I heir livelihood playing fur NIIL franchises in llic United States. "It's the one thing I'm wor- ried Mallard continued. face it, Canadian gct.s fired up about winning for his country captures Derby Tennis event draws EDMONTON f Jinb Dunning nf i.s, Calif, in the men's title match. Sihvon wnn the first srt r. but Dunning came with a FM win but Si h von stormed back for a decisive G-l riumpli. Sihvon and Flagcrty then combined talents to capture the mixert doubles crown. Playing Sue Balfour and Herb Curran of the Lethbridge club, Sihvon and his mate lost the first set 6-4 but rallied for G-l and C-2 verdicts- Roxanne Nelson joined Miss Cole to win the women's doub- les 6-1 and 6-3 over Gerri Nohle and Doreen Durfce of the bos' club. Mon's doubles Dunning and teammate Brett Stone, alsr from Davis, Calif., bounci Sihvon and Mai Prilchard, o MeclLCint Hat, 7-5 and fi-l. The weekend tourney alsi served as the opening of thi new courts at Henderson Lake without which stated Kirchner "an event of this could no be staged." Wci-ss is dead TKIUMPFTS GRANDE PRATRIK (CPj Dale Welker, a an-ye'ir-olfi pro fessional from Kt. Laudr-rifale, Fla., won the (irande FYairie Pro-Am raent Sunday v.ith an ll-undcr- par 205. The victory was V.'r-lkf-r's firfit on Ihc Canadian profc.s- sionnl lour. He finished ahoarl of John KlIitAi, of FL GREENWICH, We i ss Conn. pov. er beh im the scenes for N'c-w York Van kec.s during many of thci championship rfierl Sun day in a G re-en v.ich nursin, home. who also was the firs of York Mel rtJir! member of has el in IT Hall of Fame, had been in i 1 1 h for I i m c H r; wu Friendty Guy (Harris) 50 Homecoming Day 50, iiMrvl Master Time: 7-5. Winning Skip. Oireleis Sun, Track Scrflleh: Cofll DuiT. McCauky> asmuisen] C furlcnqs. iimerO 5.00 3-30 it) 3.90 2.7Q, Flag DAILY DOUBLE 1S7.80. THIRD claimlnrj. 3 year tRycrn'l) 17.10 31 C. C. Magic, V. s'cralch: Jl I Wer 130.10. icr friends am! put the rest n[ money in Ihc bank aix.1 'Watch it (jrow." ITcr husband, a truck driver, ntcnds to keep working. "The wife has all the tie said. "I'm just j-itmiH to sit and see what linppen.s." WINS HY 4 Winning tied, obviously re- covered from a root injury suf- fered a week defeated iongshol Already Fair Kyc by four lengths. SUirgcon River Ranch's Tim- ber Topper, the leading two- ycar-nld money winner in the Alberta year, finished third in the 10-horse field. Jockey Gerry Ra.smus.scn kept Winning I led close to the early pace set hy Battle Victor antl then moved him into a clear lead after a half mile. tlslf FOURTH ning. 3 yea fAr, (StadnyM 3 JO, ?.70, Slack Rouse r (Sanchez) 3-80 An- IT nor Session (Morris) 4.10. Time: 1-5. George, Edie'i Priie, ilorrny, Aslra Shol, Rebel Rabin Alio FIFTH omtrtl 16.W, (Gold) 4.V) 2.90, I 1-5- vf, Brnitn Bully claiming, t Fort, aho (Hedge) 5.JO 37) rroby) J.IO, 3.20, Table nM) 380. SEVENTH niny, 4 Commissioner plays dumb BtJRLINflTON, Ont. (CP) Jake Gaudaur, Canadian Foot- ball League commissioner, ,said Saturday lie is not nwarc of any plans that the National Kootball League may have for expanding to Canada. He commenting on a Washington report in which Ed- ward (iarvcy, executive direc- tor of the NKL Player.-; A.vitxiiii Snf15' tiun, -said playors foared th at the NFJ j won Id award franchises in Canada. fiaudaur he has been in touch NKL commissioner Pete Flozellc and has but! no in- dication of such a plan. "There's no doubt that NFL cxpaasion would kill the Cana- dian said Gaurlaur, aids, "But I think there are some pretty Rood reasons for it not happening. "If the lengue was killed I'm sura there would be some ser- ious anLE-trust ramifications. "The CFL is the only alterna- ti ve for t he col Icge b rjy v, ho wants to play professional foot- ball." Or.'a-.Mr Jr. Trach Sa Delolui, 5 aKn ran. irch: M EIGHTH Cai Pi 7.50 J firt Already fair Eye f J. Arnolrit 11.W, TimLcr Topper (fJorris) i Bfuernont l HELLA Kughy Miners stop Saracens Txjthbridge Miners rugby cuib relumed to action aflcr a six- week layoff and chalked up a 7-0 win over Calgary Saracens. There was no scoring in the first half and the locals then put the pressure on the honl Calgary Club. Archie Alexander put Ihe Miners ahead to slny with a goal midway through the second half- Miners continued their strong attack and with less than ]0 ininulcs fcft in the gamo they yol to llic short siife i from the .schruin. Baun- J Ion cnugfit the Calgrtry side IJIKtVp''rcs i1n'' (ft Jolin "I mean, if llassinn'H gel fired IIL-'.-J fired, nnd how. "My hope is that our rc- they have In he Kerion.s about .saiit the man is offering the Canndian teimi fret; use of the (Jaitlcn ice its facililios lor a llu'ec-week period, "Hockey is llic one tfamu m which wc'ro supposed to be supreme." If llallarcl had nny worries nlwnt patriotism inv.l loyally tn I he mother Ihcy were tjuickly Ly the phty- cr.s. "I don't think he will have lo worry about said Cwcli- hfirn Stan Makita of Ulack Hawks. "This has to mean n lot to us, Just xiintf part of a monumental iliinj.; like Uiis gets you en- :hiLsed. "it's not like playing NHL iHK-kcy, bfcause this isn't for ID rm ey. It's the Once you reach a point In your conditioning n hockey player 1 don't think you can im- prove on it. Three weeks ol twicc-a-day practices will get us in Selling's team-malo, Hod Gil- bert, looked on the Team Can- ada eamp with .-serious reflec- tions Ixxause "we don't want lo lone a game." 'MOKE DEDICATED1 "I think we're to be more dedicated than in a nor- mal training camp. It is all a mailer of individual pritlc." Bobby Clarke of Philadelphia Flyers lias some bitter memo- ries in play against the Hus sians he would like lo wipe out. As a junior with Flin Flon Bombers, Hussia's No. 2 team drubbed his Western Canada Hockey League club fKt. Ami playing for Ihc WCIJL all-stars aMuiji.VL Ihc Soviet's No. I Hub, he .stars absorbed a (1-0 shell- ing. "We were so overwhelmed al he idea of playing them thai you couldn't really tell how liood they were." Vancouver's Dale Tallon started hir> pro golf career Ihih year and planned to spend most if August teaching at a sum- mer hockey school operated hy Hobby Orr and Mike Walton ol Boston Bruins. The Canuck winger easily ex- pressed Ihc thoughts of many of (he players selected for the team. "We've been listening to their hull (of jlussian hotkey .su- premacy) for JO years while they've been playing second- rate; Canadian teams. "Money talked before patri- otism for us, so we turned pro- fessional ami couldn't play for our country. Now we can. It's the chance of a lifetime." Meanwhile. Harry Sir.dcn, general manager coach of Team Canada (hut plays in tho long-a wailed scries in Keptem- named his team captains Sunriay. I-'ou r pi ayfi rs were scl ectccl to wear the C on their sweaters after llio checkwj in- to M'ipio Gardens for their pre training catnp medi- ELR1CH TIRE KATIONAL LEAGUE Chlt-flfjo j1. Louis L Pet. -JO ,fti.O it ,533 San 42 66 .lit LEAGUE OeJrnll BnMnn .....-M .S? .Iflnd Tex, M 50 51 S', .477 (f> .tW 44 ,401 11'A TODAY'S GAMES 11 BMIinghnm (7-10) fll l.infii blonc (4-61 Ian IVanciico Heherqrr HI) Ho-jifon flobcru (9 S> SUHDAVS RESULTS FIRST Montreal MO 110 I 3 Philadelphia 1C1) 5 f n ii 11 (I -13 Ma r J hrtll (B) A i I nnd Cal rrifin. MR: Bailey 000 1W- J 4 (3) dmJ (.1-13) Wilscn U) Flr.inrJnn fA) Sf.irr.c OcJm.i (V) on1 MRsi F'ha rrrrd Jotinvjn FIRST St. WO Ml ICO- 7 1 Pillsburgh 000 0 5 1 Wise ar.fJ tillii (10 i) Giustl and SanrjuHlcn. bECOMD St. iQifil OCH DOQ S 13 0 PlUsburqh WO Mi MX- 790 liinlcrint Sngui (6) flr.d Sim- rriOf.-i; (13 4) Kernari'Jei (9) and Wfiv. York K'l 4 t 1 Ul fft.GfM Fri-.eila (8t Dyer; TJ (16-lfl) AVer and Mantllcy. Mays Cril Franciieo ma on >3 1 Houilon Wl "01 3 S 0 D> flnrt Mealy; York (fl) Ed Cintinnali Oil 003 9 t 0 All-infa CO! 020 4 6 1 Hall, Rorbon Brcv.-- pr (3) Kirhy (IH rrjrkJr.i Antl Kendall. HRv LA- Davis (5) SD-Colbert SATURDAY'S RESULTS TODAY'S GAMES rj.iklantl Htltnnan (U 9> aJ Salll- fruiFC Pfllmcr tfS-U Now York Kline fl34) at Kama! Dal Cflnfon (S.Jt Only yarned ichfdulcd. SUriOAY'S RESJLiS FIRST MiJwaukea 107 3 t New York WO MO i 1 J Rrcl! (S 10)'.wi (J) Dell H) R yon on (7) and RrxJrifjucr, Afcue S_lotllcrnyrB (12-15) L.ylo (3) SECOND ijl'rraufcrn cw Yorl cals prior lo starling Hnxxi week of a lico Tlio four inclndcfl ocnlrcs .lean riHfollr, New York orp; PI lit IvifKisilo, [iririlon Hnnn.s; Sfnn Mrkitfi. Chicago RUirk nnd winger Frfink of Mnnlrc-nl MR (O. FIRST MO no 1'iN oio 10 1 (7) Rryl- n'T, ftcrnt; fi> (1 3) A) [10) Allen 010 100 1 B letroif ICO 001 310 ('firry (IF II) Mcrtci; "fAlrr H or fan ECOND Cleveland 010 Oil r I a Ddrail 100 000 ltd Hennirjan Ml) (S) anrt iincrmnn (7-10) Foor (i) Hlllcr (5) Lfltro'w ffi) nnd (5) Nelfloi Ihicnqo .....MO 000 0 I Oakland 100 "01 3 11 I mn; roriitr nrvrf TqFin; Fllu? nnd Duncan. HRs; Ook Duncan [14) Campan'irK 001 VA 170 ooo a 10 a (10 B) (7> Ue'wnauscr (7) and Fi-.k; McFJally [11 10) (7) nnrJ MR: Bal-Grkrt flOJ. .100 On3 7 California 003 371 (lO'lO) nrvd Rorgmann; Pyfln ClarV: (6) narher (7) sr.d Sic p lie men. MR Kflnsai 010 fHJO 4 J 1 070 100 17 1 Dr.irjo (8 M> f4) (t) (fl) Aterr.nlhy ffl) An- qflllnfl f8) nnd KFrkpritrick, KC-o'lii Tex-Moward SATURDAY'S RESULTS f hirflriD .1 Oakland 1 11 flo'.lftn 7 I 3 K.inins Cify n California I j QUARTS MOTOR OIL NEW FILTER S. 6 5 f" GFflTIFItfl !i A Valued 4 NEW SHOCK ABSORBERS Rog. SPFCIAl Bur A NEW MUFFLER CORNER II th ST. (intl 3rd AVE. S. Phono 328-9271 IYSLER Slock'- sli.n.rfi (tc.l'uni Dyck sets track record. Stock ars movf.-rj dvr.r a nolch Sundfiy fit. Kx- hihilion SfKifjflv.viy ;mrl shnrol ihr: rftnng niofor- ryHf-.', f''or thr: first hmn m Ilir hi.s- lory nf 11 Sniitlifrn Aiilo Ft.-ircrs rare mods rnoloi ryHt-fi ;ind furs joined f'ii f-cs t'j Uiin fhir jfalfirr- inii and the niixlnrc right Simrlfiy as hrttcr th.'in on h f o r tho rar-wl ground rjnaclcr-rnilo rival pavtirl k while: stuck Ir, thr) hnlf mile rliil ;mr) no hue. in (-arh othm-'s way. (icmt fJyck, in rar II Ihr- blur wt a trark rrcorrl. 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