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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta (1 _ THE UTHERIDGt Moinlciy, Aujuil Id, Coast Lo tide CAPTURE SOUTH TENNIS TITLES-Jarmiln Horsky, lefl, and Lindsay Straney, both of Calgary topped the field of enirics in the southern Alberla tennis championships slaged at the Civic Centre over the weekend. Doininale tennis finals Calgarians too tough North Stars triumph, win Alberta crown Uv LLOYD YAMAtilSIH Herald Sports Writer The LcLhbridgc Norlh Slars picked up Ihcir fifth Alberta Junior Fastball championship title in ciplit years defeating all challengers during a two- day double knockout tourna- ment held aL flic Dave EHon Park over the weekend. The North Stars earned Llirec jlraight victories Llie two days cf play, slashing Calgary by IB-II and (i-3 scores and bell- ing Itmislrcc Ill-l to win the lille. Hitting proved lo IK: Ibe big difrcrcnce as the Norlh Stars racked up '12 safeties in the three games. In the tourney ,-pcncr Satur- day, Hie locals used a 1-t hit attack against the Calgary BHCA Juniors to come away with the 18-8 victory. Eugene Vainada was Lops lor Bower 9 Beaton capture tourney For Mike Boner winning the nual event and made little mis- Walerlon Lakes golf lourna- 1 lake about it. mcnt is gelling to be a habil. I Meanwhile, consistent Polly Bower came up with his sec- 1 Bcalon of Medicine Hat will ond slraighl viclory in Ihe an- A Calgary invasion made the i fi'cm Calgary, Lindsay Straney difference at Ihe Southern Al- j and Jarmila Horsky, led the berla I e n n i s championships way as visitors look home the staged at the Civic Centre conns over the weekend. A pair of fancy sholmakers lion's share of the silverware in the annual tennis event. Straney had little Irouble Million fans out for first games LONDON (CP1 A million tans turned out for Ihe start of I he English soccer season Satur- day and top learns Arsenal and United starlcd off where they finished lasl winning. Arsenal, winner of the English League championship and the cup last season, slammed Lon- don neighbours Chelsea 3-0 be- fore a crowd of 60.000. Frank McLmlock, Arsenal's skipper, sent his team inlo the lead in the IClh minute with a fine header from a pass by John Radford. Ray Kennedy got ar- senal's second goal in the 65lh minute with a 25-yard shot and Padford completed the scoring II minutes from lime. IxBcds United nipped by a point in last year's champion- ship, won 1-0 away from home lo Manchester sign that the closing of the Leeds' Elland Road ground for the opening games will not worry Leeds. The ground was closed because fans erupted afler a disputed goal toward the end of last sea- son. Gary Sorake made a couple of good saves in the Leeds goal and Ihen Peler Lorimrr got Ihe winner for his learn in Ihe 69lh jjiinulc. Arsenal won the First Divi- sion championship last season wilh 65 points. Leeds had 64. Tottenham Hotspur, third placed with 52 points, was two down to Wolvcrhampton Wan- Toyota Travel Announcement dcrers, the team thai finished level on points wilh Tottenham last season but conceded third place on goal average. Marlin Chivers made it 2-1 for Totlcnham and seven minutes from time Alan Gilzean gol the leveler. Liverpool got off lo a greal start with a 3-1 vicloiy over Tsotlingham Forest on goals hy Joe Keegan, Tommy Smilh and Emlyn Hughes. Southhampton slipped to a 3-1 away defeat loa newly-pro- moted Sheffield United and Man- chester United, under new man- ager Frank O'Farrell, managed a 2-2 draw at Derby lhanks io goals from Denis Law and Alan Cowling. Coventry tied 1-1 with Stoke City and Crystal Palace, who escaped relegation by a hair's breadth last season, defeated Newcastle Uniled 2-0. Bobby Tambling and Tony Taylor gel Palace's goals. HOWE'S MOVE HAPPY ONE Tony Brown got West Brom- wich's goal in a 1-0 viclory over Bobby Moore's West Ham good boosl for Den Howe who quil Arsenal as coach to lake over as manager of Brom. Fulham celebrated promotion lo Ihe Second Division with a .1-0 viclory over London rivalst Watford, Steve Earle scoring their firsl two goals. Rodney Marsh, the subject of transfer talks with Manchester City last season, scored Iwice in Queens Park Rangers' 3-0 win againsl Shef- field Wednesday, i Nobby Stiles, former Man- chesler Uniled and England I world cup star, gol olf lo in unsuccessful slarl in his first match as caplain of Middles- brough, who were bcalcn 2-1 by Portsmouth. Former Derby County skipper Dave. MacKay, suffered a similar fate with his new club, Swindon Town, which crashed 4-1 to Blackpool. ivilh Rich Curry of Great Falls as the Alberta Open champion blasted his way to convincing 6-1 and 6-0 victories. His victories over Curry gave Straney the men's singles title. For Miss Horsky things went even easier as she blanked Liz I-owcns, also of Calgary, 6-0 and G-0 The combination of Straney and Hor'sky proved to be loo much for the host LeUibridge twosome of Gerri Noble and Marv Kirchner as the Lelh- bridge pair went down to 6-J and 6-2 setbacks in the mixed doubles final. LarLsa Oilis and Veronica Szabo, two moie Calgary play- ers. the women's dou- bles crown besting Noble and Doreen Durfec, of Lclhbridgc, 6-4 and 6-1. The Calgary monopoly ended in the men's doubles final as Greg STiave of Jasper and Mur- ray Sihvon of Lethbridge down- ed Marv Kirchner and Herb Cm-ran of LeUibridge, 6-2, 4-C and 7-5 Straney and Horsky had ear- lier in the season won Lhe Cal- gary city mixed title as well as the Saskatchewan mixed crown. jNewcombe i triumphs over Okker TORONTO (CPi John Ncw- combe of Australia behind hi.s big snrvn Sunday to over- whelm Tom Okker of" The Nolh- ci-lands 7-C. n-G. B-2, 7-fi anrl ivm the men's singles crown al. the Canadian Open tennis on.ships. Normally nol a big advantage on clay, the powerful Aussie's cannonballs kept Okker off bal- ance while his serving game grew stronger as Lhe match progressed. Newcombe scored sen-ice j aces in each of the sets decided I by the bcst-of-12 tie-breaker. In the fifth game of the final sot, Newcombe blasted three con- secutive aces past Okker, one of the fastest players on the tour The victory was worlb fcr Newcombe and increased his earnings to S79.MI. Okker, playing in his Uiird final in four weeks, received to push his winnings to SIM.-15I. clinch pennant The LeUibridge Cubs clinch- ed Lhe Southern Alberta Senior Baseball League pennant vriUi two lop-sided victories over the Taber-Encliant Combines Sun- day. the Cubs finished the 24 game league schedule with an impressive 22-2 record with no chance of being caught by the second: place Lethbridge Min- ers. The Miners have lost three games to date, but have four or five games to go. In Talicr Sunday, the Cubs blasted Iho Combines 19-2 in the first contest and came back wilh a 194 viclory in the sec- ond. Al Ferchuk [annfd eight and gave up six hits in the gaining Ibe opening victory while Vv'ayne Hart took the loss being tat-gcd for 19 hits. A. .1. Thomas and Bruce Gul- lelt stroked four safeties apiece lo lead the Cub hitlers while ,lim Campbell hammered a hoir.e run, a double and a sin- gle. Greg Hamilton also clobber- ed a home run for the Cubs while Steve Dangcrficld did the same for the Combines. In the second encounter of the day Bruce Gullet took jo the pitchers role instead of his rcpilar catching duties. Gullctt came up with a big game on the mound firing the third strike past 13 batters and allowing five lu'ls while Vern Virostek suffered the lass. The Cubs exploded for 19 hits again in this contest with four being home runs. Giillett aided his own cause wilb a home run, two doubles and a single while Jim Camp- bell blasted two home runs and a double. Ken Nakama also managed a home run. For the Combines. Bandy Howg poked out a double and a single. Del Ry croft wins aboard Kims Kiel EDMONTON" (CD A i stunned crowd of racing [ans watched Kims Kid keep favored Chalty Cavalier out of Llie i ncr's cicrlc wiLh a narrow vic- lory in Lhe Can.v I difjn Derby al Northlands Tark Saturday i' In Ihe uin. 21-year-old wear the women's crown (bl- owing the weekend tourney. Bower emerged with a nine- stroke cushion over runner-up Dan Laylon oC Cagaiy in the m e n 's championship flight. Bower loured the 54 holes of play in 18 blows a scompared to 227 for Laylon. Doug Brown of Lethbridge was one stroke back of Lay ton at 228. In Lhe men's consolation final Mark JMcKenzie of Pincher Creek finished one stroke ahead of Alex Murrell of Lelhbridge. McKenzie covered I he 54 holes in 232 shots. Murrell needed 233 to complete his rounds. Beaton bested Pincher Creek shot-maker Grace Kclford. Third spot in the women's championship flight went to Doreen Ehlert of Cutbank. Some 216 golfers from various parts of Alberta, British Colum- bia and Montana took part in the three-day event, 15G in the men's section. WATERTON GOLF RESULTS Championship Fllghl: 1. Mike Bower, Lelhbridge; 7. Dan Laylon, Calgary; 3. Doug Brown, Lelhbrdgp. Championship Consolation: 1. Mark McKcnue, Pincher Creek 2. Alex Murrell, Lelnbrldge First Flighl: Winner: Bern's Car- rier, Lelh; runner-up Fi Lelh; consolation Died. Allison, Waler- lon Park 2nd Flight: W. Shvetz, Vicloria, B C.; Gary Webb, Billings; David Wehrhahn, Caiaary. 3rd Flight: R. McDowell, Vicloria, B.C.; J. Calqary; Eric Mokosch, Hdnna, Piclure Bullc; Slan Hill, Cal- Slh Flighl. Jim E. Cvani, Lelhbridge; R. Mckeniic, Mountain View. 4lh Flight: Craig Ehlerl, Culbank; K. Dow, Calgary; E. Paul, 7lh Flighl: Monle Turner, Taber; Doug Beulah, Penliclon; R. Schneid- er, Taber. 8lh Flighl: Jim Lunney, Calgory; Eric Hohn, Magralh; Paul Forsylh Edwards, Oklahoma. 9lh Flight: Toklo Hon. Lethbrldge; Bcgalc, Black Diamond; Star Brecka. 10th Flighl: N. Selley, Helena Mon lana; R. Bower, Lelhbridqe, J. Raby Calqary. 11 Ih Flighl: C. P. Howe, Lelh.; N. Milnry, Lclh llth Flighl: L. Hermanulr, Lclh., L Allan, Calgary; A. Gorzilzn. 13th Flighl: W. Forry, Lelh.; B. Dah lin. Phoenix; G. Nyhoff, Lelh. lllh Flighl: D. Wcsl; N. Quick Loin.; G. Kennedy, Forl Maclcod. lilh Fllghl: D. Simpson, Lethbridge C Slenz, Lelh.; S. Triompson. lilh Flighl: G. Paul, Lelh., G. Gal Vin, TaOer; B. Burns, Pincher Creek I7lh Flight: D. Burtt.nan; C. Har] Calgary; G. Goldsetlrr, Oklahoma 18lh Flight: J. Horn, Rrd Deer w Duncan, Culbank; E. Vanlol, P er Creek. lHh Flight: L. Palon, Cardslonr G Thomai, Milk River; L. Hochilm Pincher C LADIES Championship Flighl: 1. Polly Rna Ion, Medicine Hal; Grace Kelford, Pin Chrr 3. Doreen Ehlerl, Cutbsnk lit Flight: Eileen Marsinko, Lilli bridge; Cullop, Calgary; Jane I Dlngort. Mf-dicme Hal. 2nd Flighl: Gail Umeris. Leth.; 0. Mildred Slorcy, Lclh- Urirjqo. 3rd Flighl: Elr.ir; Bower, LMh.: Au- drey Scoll, Loth.; Snirloy Anderson, High 41 h Flighl: Ahha Hill, Calgary; Lu MUroy, L-fh.; Layfon, 'Lelh. 5lh Flighl: Jean Thorn nson, Marlpre Paul, Lelh.; Eve Spaley, Helena. .lie Nor! ii SI firs clobbering a loir.e run and a double while )cnnis Ilydychuk nailed a Irip- e and a double and Jerry Car- nichacl a triple and a single. Ilydychuk also earned Ihe nound viclory giving up nine uls in going the distance while .Irian Banks suffered the loss. In the only other game staged Saturday Ihe DRCA juniors pasL- d the Innislrcc cluh 13-2. The North Stars continued to uid wood on the hall as they ashed a 22 hit attack Sunday igainst Innisfree in the 184 vin. Dennis Hydychuk took home iis second mound viclory ji he two-day tourney before a Jowl size crowd. Barry Hi.use was tops in liis game poking out two sin- pics and a double while Yama- da also shone with two singles ind a double. In the championship final the North Stars were held to six hits, but came through with a -3 victory over the Calgary BRCA. Barry House earned the mound victory getting relief help from Hydychuk in the seventh while Brian Jessop suf- ered the loss. Yamada poked out two sin- gles while House aided his own cause with r- home run. ANDY CAPP TER'VE GOT A GOOD 'U3BANB WHEN 'E THINKS VOLJR SCIATICA IS AS IMPORTANT AS 'IS HANGOVER Race results EDMONTON: Race resulls at Norlh- ands Park Saturday. First claiming, 3-year-olds, mile Band'il s Jewell (Kipling) 11.10 6.30 120, Mr. Kubricks (Sanchez) 15.20 7.10, jir Mom (Morris) 3.60. Time: 1-5. Haydn's Smoke, Yousweepindoll, Ga- a Path, Lyndon Valley, All KI also ran Second claiming, 3-year-olds, mile and Counly Scandal (Blllingsley) 50.30 13 CO Lonely Slreel IRasmussen) 370 Beauco (Sladnyk) 3.80. Time: 4-5. Heir 01 Hope. The Wise, Flag Re- ficlion. Legal Term also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Track Scratch Gold Lnble Third si.SW, claiming, 2-year-olds, 7 lui Jc" (Sladnyk) 11 00 5.90 i.30, MM Ballasprce (Shields) 12.00 S dD, Hfliason (Rasmussen) -1.50. Time: -1-5. Klondike Charm, Damon's Demon, Roly Glen, EaMern Jade, Toldco Royal alao ran. QUINELLA: J103.BD. Fourth claiming, 4 year-olds, 7 lui Fleet Nickic (Jackowlnk) 8.60 5.10 -170, Music To My Ears (Hunl) 3.P 330, Fare Speed (Parsons) 7.50. Time: Lflsl Road, Pauline's Pet, Miss Re- solve, Bomb Striker, Olympic Sun also ran. Fifth M dm, claiming, 4-year-oldi and up, 7 furlongs. Scuba Do (Barrobv) 30.70 11.40 S 30, Tizia Brolher (Hedge) 9.60 530, Prince Lurn (Hunl) 4.10. Time: 1-5. Gn Go Glen, Blessed Hour, Mister Rldeabout, Picket Boss, Kellojet also EXACTOR: Slxlh added Canadian Derby, 3- year olds, mile and na. Kims Kid (Rycrotl) 5250 1510 7.20, Chally Cavalier (Slpwarl) 4.20 3.50, Sevens Best (Rasmussen) 5.20. Time: Flighl Count, Maxio's Hoir, Rockin Ruler, Helkey, ilarry Prince, Typical Dancer also ran. Track Scralch Penicilim Seventh claiming, d-yenr-o'ds and up, ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES 7 lur ings. NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pel GBL Pittsburgh 71 50 .587 St. LOUIS .......67 54 .55J i Chicago 5J sv? New York 58 60 .493 IH? Philadelphia 53 67 M7 17V3 AAonlreal 4B 71 .403 22 West __.. Francisco 72 51 .535 Los Angeles 65 .537 6 nla .......M 60 .516 B'? HOUBlon 60 .500 W: Cincinnati 57 65 H''7 San Diego 44 77 .374 26 TODAY'S GAMES M York Seaver (12-B) al Los An- Alexander (3-3) N >u5lon Bllllngham (5-11) al Pills- burah Ellis (16-6) N Chlcaoo Jenkins (189) at AMnnla plley (7-3) N SI. Louh rarHon (14-fi) at Cincinnati Simpson (3-4) N SUNDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Philadelphia 10? 000 4 9 1 San Diego 000 020 572 Fryman, Wilson (3-4) (2) and Mc- Carver; Kirby, Kelley '2-31 (91 and Bcrlcn, Kendflll (9) HR: SD-Gaston SECOND Philadelphia 100 000 7 1 San Diego 003 ODO 382 Lorsch M-ll) Hoerner (7) and Ryan; PoLerls (11-12) and Kendall. HRs: Monlanez a hi (51. Houston 020 000 120- 5 10 1 Atlanta 000 112 1 II 1 Forsch, Ray (6) Lomasler (6) Culver fS-4) (7) anrl Howard Slnne. Uushaw (9-6) (7) and Vinq HRs: Rader Aarnn William-; Montreal 300110 i 13 Los ftnaoirs 010 010 3 9 o U7-1I) and Batnman; .19 60 1JJ l-lonio fa'-h. Detroit. 77; R. Smllh, Rnslon 35; Mellon, Chicago, 25. Runs balled In: Killebrow, Minnesn- la, 84; Bando, Oakland, 75. Pitching 12 decisions: C. Dobion, Oakland, 13-3, .857; Blue, Oakland, 22- M1NOR LEAGUE RESULTS SUNDAY Pacific Coasl Lcngus facoma 3 Porliand i Phoentx 10 Salf Lake 4 Hawaii 11 Tucson 5 Eugene 14 Spokane. 13 SATURDAY Salt Lake 6 Phoenix 3 Eugene 12-1 Spokane 9-B Tacorna 7 Porliand 4 Hawaii 1 Tucson 0 BJ ASSOCIATED Even n new stndium and ItycrofL of Soxsmilli, i Accord crowd of couldn'l CON BARRETT Inqlc, Fred 5'ory and Pntr; would like to welcome Con Dnrrcll to Ihfi Toynla Sales Team. Con l.nd over 25 years I In tHo aulomolivn I h wnll qualificfl io lock nflur nil your needs. Con oil hit ifrondu and lo drop out cnid iKf! tjrcnl linn of Toy- r, 1 n n u I o i n r- h 11 cJ., o V n r c a m rrr, ond Cm press nio'or- nnrl Riticrofl homni. Mill Foreman Due to our expansion program nn per io need foreman is required. Applicant should bn experienced in cabincl mak- ing, woodworking, in thn use and nininlcnance of power lools and machines as related lo Ihe Holiday Trailer manufacture. Good working condilions, employee benefits, 5 day week and excellent wage lo the successful ap- plicant. P loose reply in writing to: NEONEX LEISURE PRODUCTS OOX 970, RED DEER, ALTA. All roplioi ronfirJonlicil Mia. Rilclcd the professional Mains he earned last week and nellMl owner-trainer E. J. Cara- ryc of Calgary SI7.4S9. But th.T winner of Ihe day was Edmonton businessman Earl C steal Ihe spotlighl from Carl Ganetl. The hard-nmning New Eng land hack exploded for three long broken field jaunls to lead [he way as the Patriots opened Ixwnanl, who held the winning I their now home, wilh a 20-M Na- SKKl.liflO Edmmilon Exliihilion lional Foolhall Ix-agun exhibi- Associalion siveepslake ticket. lion viclory over New York j Ilyorofl. kept the IhiTr-ycar- old (jolding lo Ihe inside for most tlic ran: anrl let him have lirad at the half mile. I'iianls Sunday night. Midway in Ihe first he relurned a kiekoff yai'ds, Ilicn bursl Ihronsh Ihe line and running down Chally Cavalier slroaked -II yards from scrim- in Ihe final 100 yards. It was I niano on the nexl play for liis Kims Kid's fourth wn'n in eighl slarls this season ami increased his earnings lo Chally Cavnlier led nnlil Ihe backslrctch, lint a bruised ankle began lo act up in the lasl lap tram's first louchdown. lr the third quarler he got loose again, racing 51 yards lo help set up a nine-yard run by .Jim Nance for what proved to be Ihe decisive score. and Mnliby Stewart said Kran Tarkenlnn came off Ibe ini.shcd Hie race on hcarl." New York bench in the second His second place finisli broughl half and dircclcd a laic surge (riner Cliirdinrr Ic'arms Lid. nli which almost pulled Ihe. panic Toronlo out. Roger Staubacli, former Ileisman and Maxwell Trophy winner from Wavy who is bat- Iling to unseat Craig Morton, fired Ihrco louchdown passes, including a 69-yard bomb lo Bob llaycs and an 8'-yarder to Mar- gjne Adkins to lead Dallas Cow- boys lo a ,15-21 triumph over New Orleans Saints Saturday nighl. n other Norm Sncad complcled 10 of 2li aerials for yards as Minnesota Vikings romped past Son Diego Charg- ers .11-7, Kansas Cilv Chiefs eased jiasl AtlnntT Iralcons 12- 10; St. Cardinals edged Houslnn Oilers IB-14; Washing- ton Redskins shaded Denver Broncos 17-1.1; Pittsburgh Slcclers beat Green Day Pack- ers Baltimore Colts downed Chicago Bears 21-1.1; Cineinnali Bengals lopped Dc- lioil .11-21 and Oakland liaidcrs dclcatcd New York Jcls 41-20. Available in 6 in. dia., 38 It. length 8 in. dia., 63, and 70 ft. length! DOttAR FOR DOllAR, MAYRATH AUGERS MOVE IJ FASTER AND EASIER. MAYRATH COMPTON. 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