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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta S THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, August 15, 1970 Locals Tarn Trick The Hard Way Norcrest In Canadian THE BANNER SAYS IT All Gordon Keith, left. Brian Robinson, centre and Greg Kveder, proudly display the pennant they helped the Lethbridge Norcresr tittle League All-Stars win Friday night. Norcrest now travel to Thunder Bay for the Canadian final. Face Slampeders Monday ants Reed Back REGINA (CP) Steve Mol- nar, the 23-year-old who came into the limelight filling in for injured George Heed, hopes the Saskatchewan Roughriders1 rushing ace will be in shape for a game Monday against Cal- gary Stampeders. "I. think George will he said Molnar, who gained 58 yards in 13 carries Tuesday against Ottawa Rough Riders. "He is an amazing ath- lete and we will certainly miss him if he can't play." Reed hurt his right knee in Ottawa late in the third quarter and left the game. He had fluid drained from the knee Thursday in hospital and later that day was released to attend a Rough- riders' players' meeting. Coach Eagle Keys has bee; keeping his fingers crossed bu! he said, "We'll just have to wai and see." The game will be thi first encounter of the season be tween first-place Saskatcbewai and second-place Stampeders in the Western Football Confer ence. Molnar, a former Saskatoon Hilltop and graduate of George Washington University who turned professional last year with the Houghriders, a shot at the action Tuesday the season in (lie Ottawa game. Stampeders coach Jim Dun- can, who anticipates a tough de- fensive contest, said fans disen- chanted wilh the Calgary off- ence so far should remember the clnb is breaking in two rook- ies in the backfield, fullback Hugh McKinnis and halfback Leo Taylor. "It will take them a said Duncan. "The linemen have to learn how they run anlay the winner of Saturday's p.m. game. Finally the winner of this contest will match skills will lie team which will be stil undefeated in the tournament ommencing at 3 p.m. If it hould happen that a fourth iunday game is needed the :lubs will face each other at p.m. Meanwhile the Dallas Hotel and the M and K Gen- will face each ether for best of three finals this week- nd at the Dave Elton Fastball 'ark with the action starting Saturday night at 8 p.m. and continuing Sunday at 1 p.m. If a third game is needed the two clubs will again tackle each other at 3 p.m. Dennis Allen and Al Baird will do tile mound duties for the Generals and George San- toni and Darryl Leavitt will do the chores for Dallas. The Cowboys have top contender in the been a fastball uptren Coitte to work for Alberta PROBATION OFFICER This position is in the juvenile Offenders and Probolion Branch Department of the Attorney General in lethbridoe Duties Will include: Preparation and submission of pro-' sentence repels on offenders, including assessment of factors contributing to the offence. Counselling persons on suspended sentence, remand or committed to the core and custody of the Bi.ecior. Attending Court ses- sions. Ensuring that each offender understands and signs the recognizance bond. Maintaining a comprehensive record of all cases and preparing progress reports, ter- mination reports, and reporting all breaches of recoa- mzance. Conducting community enquiries ond supervising parole cases. y The successful applicant should have a Univ notion with specialization in social sciences. circles for many years and will try to prove to the Generals they're the best. On the other land the Generals are mixed with the young and the old giving the team hustle and ex- perience. Dallas will continue fastball during the evening at 8 p.m. when they will be entertained >y the world's funniest Softball .earn. The California Cuties, as they are called, are men dress- ed up like women and play the game in ladies attire. The featured guests will have Dumpy Dora receiving fast- balls and curves from Hosetta at split end and he's new to th; said Duncan, who pass catchers have had the troubles. "Herra Harrison h been bothered by a hand injur and Gerry Shaw has been ha ing a lot of leg cramps." But the only doubtful start against Saskatchewan is defe sive tackle Granvillo Liggin who hurt a groin muscle in E monton 10 days ago and playe only a few minutes Monda against B.C. Lions. Duncan also has his eye Billy Main, a halfback cut b Pittsburgh Steelers of the tional Football League who i on a five-day trial with Calgary Main will travel lo Regina fo the game but is unlikely to pla much. "We'll find out just how goo we arc said th one-time assistant to coac Keys. In the event of a kickin contest, Calgary will pit Larr Robinson against Jack Abenc jchan, current scoring leader ir the WFC. Tlie game, scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. MST, will be broadcas on the CTV west network. By LLOY1) YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer 1 Thunder Bay here we com.e." When the third strike was whiffed past Scott Penry of the Moose Jaw Americans the Dave Elton Park area became one big hassle. Ball players, coaches, par- ents and fans ran around hug- ging and congratulating each other on the happy occasion. This was the scene after the final game of the District 2 Little League Zone playoffs won by Lethbridge Norcrest 3-2. Some 800 fans took part in giving the locals some vocal mpport and it helped the boys tremendously. After Moose Jaw had tied the score 2-2 in the bottom of the sixth inning, winning pitcher Brian Robinson rapped out a single for Lethbridge and then proceeded to steal second and thud and with the count two and two on Richard SSiardlow, Moose Jaw pitcher Brad De- vine was wide with his pitch and the quick reacting Robin- son came home with what proved to be the winning run. The victory gives the locals a berth in the Canadian final in Thunder Bay, Ont. set to get under way Tuesday. Should the Norcrest club be fortunate enough to win they would rep- resent Canada a't the Little League World Series in Wil- liamsport, Penn., the home of Little League. Not since 1953, when Pop Walker took his American said, "the team did the talking for me." On the other hand jubilant coach John Koskoski stated, "like 1 said before, we'll play one game at a time." The locals dropped their opener to the Edmonton Cen trals 5-2 and came right back picking up four straight vic- tories to gain the coveted Little League championship banner. In the long struggle to the finals the locals eliminated the Calgary Centennials 10-5, oust- ed the Edmonton Centrals 12-1 and defeated Ihe Moose Jaw Americans 18-3 and 3-2. The All-Stars were not to be denied the award as they played their hearts out in last night's contest. Greg Kveder started the locals towards the pennant in the first inning as he lined a hard smash through second for a double. David Koskoski fol- lowed, poking o'lt a single scor- ing Kveder. In the second inning the locals went ahead 2-0 when Eddie Leong rapped a single, Gordon Kieth walked and Gor- don Tokariufc blooped a single scoring Leong from second. Both clubs blanked each oilier until the bottom of the sixth inning, the last regular game inning. Doug Smale got things rolling for the Moose Jaw team as he reached first base on an error. Lome Tawriss then con- nected for a double, scoring Moore Triiunplis TORONTO (CP) Gail Moore of New Westminster, B.C., won the 1970 Canadian Women's open amateur golf championship Friday, defeating Marlene Stewart Streit of Fon- thill, Ont., the defending cham- pion, in a .three-hole sudden- death playoff. Mrs. Moore, one stroke back of Mrs. Streit after 54-holes, shot a par 73 on the final regu- lation 18 holes for a total score of 296, tying Mrs. Streit, who :iad a 74. --------....._...... Lying three on the third play- other gals but performs twice I off hole, a par three, Mrs. Streit the best bunch. looking gal of the On the other hand don't miss Susie the second base- Little man or basewoman wlu'ch ever is correct. She stands about two feet lower than the as good. You will be able lo catch this game at the Dave Elton Fastball Park for a good night's entertainment. In regular Commercial Men's fastball league action the Club shutout the Leth- briclge Hotel 2-0 in the only scheduled game last evening. Tom Yip picked up tile win or the Labor Club while Bob Oshaski suffered the loss. For the Labor Club Roy Ada- chi stroked a double and a single and Kaye Elliot rapped a double. conceded when Mrs. Moore, whose tee shot dropped about 12 feet from the cup, putted lo within one foot of the hole with her second stroke. Gayle Borthwick of Missis- sauga, Ont., fourth after three rounds at the Oakdale Golf and Country Club' course, ended in third after shooting a 75 for a final score of 301, one belter than Jocelyne Bourassa of Slia- winigan, Que. Miss Bourassa was tied in second spot with Mrs. Moore after 54 holes but shot a 79 for 1302. League Tigers to Chicago, has a Lethbridge Little League team advanced that far. It takes desire, skill and dis- cipline, not only by the ball players, but also from the coaches to form a champion- ship team. When I asked coach Jim Szucs if he had any special comments, he just smiled and Haufe Sparks Locals EDMONTON (CP) Ed- monton defeated Calgary 7-2 Friday mght to advance to Uie final of tile w-estera Canada Big League baseball playoffs. Lethbridge trounced White Rock. B.C. 10-1 and is to play Calgary today for the right to meet Edmonton in Sunday's final. Winning pitcher Scdgwick iiazell nf Edmonton allowed only two hits, both of them in he fourth when Calgary scored Is runs. Edmonton scored four n the first and got one each in he second fifth and sixth. Gord Vejprava was the loser. He was 'eh'eved in the first by Louis Howes and they allowed five its. Tim Haute was the winning litcher for Lethbridge, allow- ng one run on two hits. Gordon Villiams was the loser, allow- ng 10 hits as White Rock was liminated from the double knockout tournament. Srnale. Tension was now rising at this time with the tying run on second base, and coming to bat was Brad Devine a Moose Jaw power hitler. Devine pounded tliree home runs the previous games and threatening to blast one again With the count three and h Robinson pitched one insk and high and knocked Devin to the ground. This allowed th Americans a man on secon a man on first. After a fast ball on Dwayn Pearson, the next batter, wh incidently is the home run kin in the Moose Jaw Little League advanced the runners to thir and second. Kbw, Moose Jai had the tying run on third an the winning run on second. Pearson then connected' anc hammered one lo the right fielc fence, but Gordon Tokaria made a beautiful stab anr threw the ball home before the runner could score. The bal that Pearson hit would have gone over the fence if Tokariul hadn't reached it in time. With two strikes on Tim Con noly and two away the runner on third base threatened to steal home, they caught him. in a hot box, but a throwing error allowed him to cross the plate safely, tying the game. Meanwhile, Devine who had advanced to third base on the play, took one too many steps and was picked off for the third out. _ In giving Moose Jaw their final bats Robinson threw the third strike past the first bat- ter and irjade the second batter ground out. This set the stage for the final out as Robinson took his time and struck out the Moose Jaw batter in five pitch- A HAPPY YOUNGSTER Brian Robinson had a lot to smile about Friday as he was the winning pitcher for the Lethbridge Norcrest All-Stars as they earned a berlh in the Canadian Little League final. He also scored the winning run in the seventh inning. j-oiizales Defeated fomiliarily ilo corrections ilh problem ork would B.xpcricnrp cloled ,o odul. obl- ilion" Mo fil7r, y. omp Closing oate Augosl 26, 1970. For details ond opplkofion forms write or apply to tl Porsonnol Administration Office. Room llOl" John Bowlen Building, 620 7lh Avenua S. W., Calcjury NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Inclusliial Scrop-Mcichinory-Demolilion Anything Mads of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON- Etc. Truck loads Carlocids- Truck Scales-Magnet Crons Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rcl Street North 328-7721 "Scrap Is Our Business" TORONTO (CP) Panchc onzales, who roared like a lion hen he disputed linesmen's alls Thursday, went out like a mb Friday in nten's singles in e Canadian open tennis urnament. Gonzales tired visibly in the second set against'Roger Taylor of England who knocked him out in quarter-final play, 4-6, 6- 2, 6-1. "In the middle of the second set 1 think I realized I was get- ting tired and when that hap- pened even his lousy drop shols looked Robinson went the distance and picked up 12 strikeouts and gave up only two hits. Devine suffered the loss, in going the full seven innings striking out 11 Norcrest bat- ters, but giving up nine hits. Scott Jarvie and Gordon Tok- ariuk paced the locals with two I singles each while Greg Kveder chipped in a double. For Americans Lome Taw- riss managed a double and a single in a losing cause. LINESCORE Lethbridge 110 M) a t 4 Moose Jaw 100 002 2 2 2 Robinson anri Kveder; Devine and 3enry. ELRICH SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEASU6 East W iitsburcjh 66 New York 62 "hftago 60 it-. Louis 56 'hilaclelphla Montreal (FIRST New York GBL Atlanta 500 001 5 50 West :lnclnnatl .OS Angeles 6( .tlanta 5f an Francisco 5J louston s: an Diego..... M RESULTS FRIDAY 65 71 .530 .508 .6S3 .574 .492 .407 [or (8) HRs: 20'A 25 I 32Vi I Relax A complete transportation programme. Ho capitaloullay. No unexpected work. No maintenance problems. No paper work. One pre-arranged monthly pay- ment. Call our Leasing Manager. The sign of better leasing FRED KING LEASING LTD. ROY A. MclNTOSH Lease Manager "KING'S CORNER' 3rd Avc. at nth Si S. 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HRs: Lefebvre Chi Pepitont Williams Calli- n (1.0, Hundley llladelphla 000 730 3 II 0 ntinnati 200 13 3 Wise (10-10) Wenz (7) Hoerner (9) d Ryan; Simpson, Behney (0-1) M) ashburn (5) Gulletf Granger (B) d Bench. HR: itrea! 031 010 14 2 uston MO 000 272 Renko (7-8) and Bateman; Cook (2- Ray (3) Lemasfer (j) DiLauro (7) Iver (B) and Edwards. HRs: Illips (6) Staub (2) RST ega oofl too i 4 0 tsburgh coo too 5 i oberJs (9) and Can- mziaro; Blass, Pena (2-0) and Sanguil- Icn. HR: SECOND San Diego 000 000 1 6 3 Pittsburgh 000 080 12 o Dobson (B-12) Saldschun (S) Wil< (8) and Barton; Walker (10-3) May. HR: and Groto; Rsod (5-5) and Kinc All-King Ccpeda SECOND New York COO 001 400- 180 Atlanta 101 000 2 8 0 Koosman (7-6) Folkcrs (7) and Dyer; Jorvis 03-9) Navarro (7) and Tlll- man. HRs: (2) Garrctt AMERICAN LEAGUE Easl Ballinwe..... 73 M .67.f New York ......6i 52 .552 8'.', Detroit 61 56 .512 12 Boston .........53 56 .509 Cleveland 57 61 ..1B3 16Vi Washington Minnesota Oakland California Milwaukee Kansas City Chicago 5S West '13 77 .605 .563 .564 .378 .376 .358 29 RESULTS FRIDAY chicngo tas ooo aoo 3 t 3 Washington IDO 030 000 6 13 1 John, Slancje (7) Wood (6-11) (9) and Herrmann; Coleman, Knowles (6) Pina (8) Grzenda (3-5) (10) and French. sas City C02 000 0- 2 5 fl New York 001 000 100 7 1 Drano (6-12) and Rodriguez; Peter- son, McDaniel (8-1) (1) and Gibbs. HRs: Gibbs Minnesota Joston Zepp Hall Hamm (3) and 'ischinskt; (13-10) and Moses. HRs: I (19) Yasfrzemski Cleveland 10 Milwaukee 030 000 ODD B 2 Dunning, Austin (5) Higgins Hand Chance (7-2) (11} and Fosse; Lockwood, Ellsworth- Bolln (5-2) 7) and Roof. Baltimore 000 Oflfl 6 1 Oakland 101 010 01 4 II 1 Hardin (3-3) Phoebus Drav.-bow- ;y (9) and Hcnaricks; Dobson (S) and Fernandez. HRs: Wcnday i Detroit 060 3 0 'California .032 100 9 3 Lolich Reed Pallerson Scherman La Grovr (7) and IJiw Freehan Price Wright Doy- nd le Messcrsmith (7) and Eaan. I HRs: Cal-Wright Reynolds BPRINGFIELO KELLY 'TIRES FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" 149x26 6 ply 184x26 6 ply COMBINE TIRIS .50 ,00 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIM 40? lit AVI. South SERVICE ;