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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TH1 IRHBR1DGE HERAID August 1973 RIGKT ON TARGET FOR 197S SPORT Santoni hurls pitcher's dream George Santoni and the Loth- bridge who suffered a severe emoiional blow a fieri just missing the Alberta senior A men's fastball title on the took it out on the Labor Club Athletics Monday night. The Miners were tough as so was their ace chucker San- who fired a perfect game to register an 8-0 shutout over the Athletics in Southern Al- berta Major Men's Fastball League playoff action at Dave Elton Park. -who missed throw- ing a perfect game by giving up a sixth inning single to the Royals in the provicial finals wasn't denied every pitcher's dream last night. In the 21 batters ho none reached base safely as Miners drop 24-6 verdict Lethbridge Miners' rugby team took it on the chin over the weekend in a match with Calgary Saints. Short-staffed by injuries and the locals dropped a convincing 24-6 decision to the Saints. A weak defence hurt the locals as Don Anderson man- aged the lone try for the Miners with Al KaspersM converting. New coach Bemie Ontkean has called for a stiff workout this evening to prepare the club for the annual Kimberley RFC rugby fest this coming Saturday. Miners will play host to a three day Whoop-Up fest in Lethbridge Sept. 2 and 3. he rifled the third strike past 15 gave up two infield grounders and forced four pop- ups. During the seven he also had a strike out string that started with Ed Carpen- ter in the second inning and finished with Terry Rhodes in the fourth. Along with these nine straight strike outs he two more each in the final three innings of play. Losing George Jack- didn't fare as well as I7e allowed 12 hits wliile fanning three. Rich Shewchuk led the Min- ers at the plate stroking a home triple and double while Larry who smacked a home run off the Edmonton Royals on the week- managed another one along with a double. Richard Mercier also added a double and single while two singles went to George Santoni and a triple to Corrido Santoni. Meanwhile the City Women's Fastball League staged their annual Ail-Star game Fast night. The pennant winning and city champion Great West Tires Majesties were at their best and edged the league all- stars 14-13 in a five inning encounter. Reliever Brenda Lazaruk picked up the mound win while Kathy McCune suffered the loss. Anne Ondrus paced the Ma- jesties with a triple and single while Brenda Pinnington added a double and single. Debbie Bareham blasted s. pair of triples and Judy McNab a triple and single in a losing ca'ise. Competition could suffer Scotter wins Jeanette Scotter won the Henderson Lake women's club championship over Carol Andreacbuk over the week- end with a 36-hole low net total of 146. Scotter also won the low net in the Bronze division. Dieter's Ski Sports Present Their Annual SUMMER CLEARANCE AUGUST 14th to 21st t l M r Including Hats Including Gloves Including tires. Rat Tubes BACK EASY CARRIERS no CMS and 3 man nylon Cloth 3 man All models Including TYROL KASTINGER Don't Miss out on these great sale values at COLLEGE MALL PHONE 327-0553 Games security is fight MOSCOW About athletes from 75 countries made final training preparations to- day for the World University Games their Russian hosts struggled with air-tight security and last-minute snarls that threatened to turn the com- petition into chaos. Some United States' athletes who had been virtually trapped in the massive Moscow State University building where the competitors were quartered got their credentials straightened out and were allowed to leave the compound. Foreign reporters and some Southern rodeo season sees Bob Hartwell tops By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer Bob a hard-riding relative newcomer to profes- sional from Strath- Alberta was the toast of the Alberta Saskatche wan Southern Rodeo Circuit this past season. Kartell was named the cir- cuit's all round champion and was also tops in the bareback bronc riding and bull riding events. Bob also competes in the steer wrestling event as well but the bulls and bareback broncs are his favorites. No one was even dose to Bob in the all around race as he amassed 744 way ahead of last year's Ben Hern who finished in second with 360 points. Hern was the only repeat win- ner this year as he matched his efforts of last season in winning the steer wrestling competition. Ben had 275 points in first spot while Lee Phillips of Carsland was behind Ben with 228 points. For the first time in the his- tory of the Southern Circuit there was a tie for a champion- ship. Jerry Sinclair of and Edmonton's John Gratton both picked up 260 points over the season and shared the saddle bronc riding championship. American calf Jeff son of former world .champion saddle bronc rider Deb was the circuit's roping champion with 241 points. Second spot was held down by six-time Canadian roping Lome Wells with 207 points. Popular Jerri Duce of Gran- urn. Alberta raced off with the barrel racing laurels with 283 points. Her sister Joy was the winner last year. The titles were awarded to the competitors compiling the most points over the season in their respective events. The points were computed on an Royals triumph Mauro nets five Lethbridge paced by Angelo had little trouble chalking up a victory in the Cal- gary Soccer League Sunday. Maruo blasted in five goals as the Royals blanked Dealta 8-0. John Stropnick picked up a pair of markers while a single went to Bill Calderwood. The shutout went to Bill Rob as he got a strong defensive per- formance from Alec Dudas. 20 basis for a rodeo that pays four monies and on a 14 and 10 point sys- tem for a rodeo paying six places. This year's Southern Circuit enjoyed a gocd year and two Swift Churrent and Sask. were added to the eight Alberta shows at Medicine Fort Macleod. Brooks and Vauxball. results EDMONTON Race resulls from Northlands Park FIRST 2 5 fur- longs. Tip The Boss 12.90 8.80 Risk N Hope i.90 Old CL'dge 7.40. 2-5. Mister Katy shelly B Are Sum Diamond ran. SECOND 3 year 7 fur- longs. Mister Whycone 20 Fabienne 6.10 Aprils Best 2.70. Tropical Irish Miss Silver Bor Quest also ran. DAILY THIRD 4 year olds and miles. Color Me Gray 8.20 A.tO Cariboo Trail 11 90 Mister Bountiful 7.00. Astro Gay Lohta's Barbs Luck also ran. FOURTH 4 year and 7 furlongs. Hes A Cookie 13.30 7.70 Speeds Beauty B.50 Duchess Nan 3-5 Same Reverse Cur- Careless Tally Boy also ran. FIFTH 3 year 7 fur- longs. Swjff cash 5.00 4.00 Star Pine 10-00 Doo- llp Heart 3.50. Tara Lady White Rose ErII also ran. SIXTH A year olds and 7 furlongs. Drunken Sailor 3.80 Magnum's Treasure 3.40 Table For Tony CRy- 4.10. 1-5. Hey Joker. Forest For With Atlantic Star also ran. SEVENTH Parkland 4 year olds and 7 furlongs. Gift Box' 10.60 3.80 Ky Winner 3.00 Silver Waters 2.BO. 4-5. Blue Pam's ftaha Dan's Artist also ran. EIGHTH 4 year olds and 7 furlongs. Outroman 40.40 12.90 Patmos 5.00 Some Hand 3.60. Careless Hail The West Wind Caesar Song also ran. President Wally Wells an- nounced that the presentation of the trophy saddles and the cash award to the winners would be made ait the annual banquet slated for Medicine Hat on November 16 in the new Legion Hall. General manager of the cir- cuit is Walter Hyssop while Pearl Merdevill handles the secretary-treasurer duties. With expansion this year to 10 rodeos the circuit does not inend to stand pat and will bs after other shows to join with tha Maple Creek and Vul- can rodeo as two of the hope- ful additions. The champions and top five finishers in each event are as All Round T. Bob Strathmore ......744 2. Ben Blndloss 3. Kenny B.C. 33' 4. Phil Lmgview .......227 5. Lynn Csrdston.......129 Saddle Crone 1. Jerry Sask. 2. John Edmciton 260 2. Bart Chase. B.C. 172 3. Bobby Texas 164 4. Pekisko..........156 Baieback Bronc 1. Bob Strathmors ......423 2. Dale Calgary .....334 3. Allen Edmonton ......172 4. Dale Carsland .170 5. Jim Edmonton.......160 Bull Riding 1. Bob Stralhmore ......371 2. Pat Medicine Hat.......2B8 3. John Morningsida .....208 4. Dale Medicine Hat 188 5. Bob Yellow Grass.. 167 Steer Wrestling 1. Ben Bindloss ........275 2. Carsland......258 3. Lloyd Blndloss.......190 PLEASE Our Store Will Be Closed All Day August 15th in preparation of our 3rd ANNIVERSARY SALE STARTING THURSDAY Our Wednesday's Ad MEN'S WEAR LTP. 314-7th STREET LETHBRIDGE SALES OPPORTUNITY Exceptionally good opportunities to sail 1974 Plymouth Cars and Dodge Trucks. REQUIRE Hard intelligent young salesman. Previous experience not necessary. appearance and good attitude a must Contact LORNE FRANZ Safes Manager 327-1591 FLEMING MOTORS LTD. 7th ST. and 1st AVE. S. 4. Phil Longvicw S. Kenny B.C. Calf Roping 1. Jeff Long Creek 2. Lome Midnapore 3. Gerald Bowden 4. Kenny B.C. 156 143 241 307 196 5. Jim Cardston ......150 Barrel Race 1. Jerri Granum.........283 2. Pat Tab-r .....250 3. Elaine Manitoba .....232 4. Geraldlne Pincher 220 5. Greta Lethbridge 213 team officials were barred from the 32-storey Stalinesque build- where security precautions were increased on request of the International Federation of University Sports which feared the possibility of a massacre like that at Munich's Olympic Games. Police were at every entrance to the building checking creden- tials and some competitors and officials were irritated by the procedure. It was expected that most of the problems would be worked out by the time the Games open Wednesday. BID REJECTED Primo Nebioli of Italy was elected to his sixth two-year term as head of the federation Monday. He immediately an- nounced FISU plans to reject a bid by to stage the 1975 University Games. would be delighted to have Canada stage the but we feel Waterloo is too Nebioli said. The games will be conducted at several Moscow sports facil- but concentrated in the LukhniM Sports Centre and its Lenin Stadium. Preliminary fencing com- petition starts Wednesday but the opening cere- mony at Lenin Stadium won't be until that evening. On a full schedule of events gymnas- track and tennis and fencing. DIVING COMES LATER The diving and swimming events won't be held until the final four days of the games that end Aug. 25. There was difficulty getting a line on many of the teams par- ticipating because of the secur- ity precautions and the lack of complete roster. It seemed that the Soviet Union would field strong teams in all events. Russian led by tiny Olga the darling of the Munich Olympic will be difficult to beat although the Japanese will probably have good entries in the competition. The American team lost John Crosby of New who had to undergo an emegency ap- pendicitis operation in Moscow Sunday night. At last report his condition was good. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. GEL St. Louis 61 58 .513 Pittsburgh J7 58 .496 2 Montreal 57 60 .437 3 Chicago 56 61 .479 4 Philadelphia 54 63 .462 6 New York 52 64 .448 7'A Wist Los Angeles 74 45 .622 Cincinnati 72 48 .600 Vh San Francisco 64 52 .552 8V3 Houston 63 58 .521 12 Atlanta 56 65 .463 19 San Diego 42 76 .356 31 Vi MONDAY'S RESULTS C'nclnnitl 100 000 J 7 1 Pittsburgh 010 MO 3 I Norman Borbon and Brlles R. Hernandei Glusti end sangulllen Stergell Houston NO 110 A St. Louis 000 OtO 055 Roberts and Nagy Segul and Simmons. Montreal .....MO ooo 11 l Ln Angdci 110 120 0 Jarvls Stoneman Scott and Osteen Brewer and Ferguson. Breeden LA New YorK.....HO 010 1 San Dltgo 10 MatlacK and Corkins Caldwill and Kendall. AMERICAN LEAGUE East Detroit ..........66 Baltimore .......63 New York.......65 Bosion ........62 Milwaukee .......57 Cleveland 47 West W L Kansas City Oakland 68 67 Chicago.........58 Minnesota California Texas Pet. 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