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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 THE LETHBRIBCE HERAtD Monday, August IV, 1570 r Bis; Weekend For Local Golfers Home Trium big weekend for CITY AMATEUR CHAMP Cliff Stroh won the City amateur golf championship at Henderson Lake Sunday. He finished three strokes ahead of runner-up Jim White- law. Tom his 1956 Chevrolet roaring and picked up three v.'ins in the SAAR races last evening. Meanwhile Ron Boyce driving car 1 in the Class B events picked up his first and second wins the season. Ayerhart sped around the track and finished first in V-8 driver excelled as six different racers picked up victories. George Barruigton was the first C driver to pick up a win as he captured the trophy ID the Speed" Dash. John Rempel -was the other big winner as he carted home the C main event. Other C class winners wore speed dash carting home the Lou Fekete, Frank Mortal, trophy and completed the Gene Dick and Pat Hanna each rounds first in two V-8 heats. Boyce grabbed victories in two heat events and just missed from taking first in the B main. lindy Smith was the other big B winner as he took home a trophy in both the B speed dash and the B Main. In the C class races no one Hal Richer WEST VANCOUVER, B.C. (CP) "Robert Hathaway of Seattle, Wash., had to wait through the weekend as an esti- mated persons plumbed almost every square inch of nearby salmon waters before his 33-pound, one-ounce spring salmon was declared the win- ner of the British Columbia Salmon Derby Sunday. Hathaway, who caught his kip nnirfq fish early in the two-day derby, P took the first prize. His picking up a C heat event, Leonard Vaselenak spoiled Aycrharfs near perfect day as he gained a first in the V-8 Main which was the only sched- uled V-8 race that Ayerhan didn't win. SAAR's featured race of the evening was classed as the Pit- man's race. Larry Bannich was the top Pitman driver and easily cut-classed the other drivers to pick up the win. In total point standings for the night in the C category Lou j Fekete driving car 67 was tops Iwith points followed close- I ly by George Harrington who I register points. John Rem- j pel finished third in the stand- ings with 7 points. The top point getter in the B class was Lindy Smith in car seven with 17% points. Ron Boyce was second with 13 Vi and It wus Ijclhbridgc golfers at t w o southern Alberta courses. At Henderson Lake, Cliff Stroh turned in a consistent two-day' effort to win the city amateur by three strokes over Jim WhKelaw. Mean w h i 1 e at Waterton Lakes Mike Bower and Barb Home shared top honors in the two-day Waterton Lakes an- nual golf tournament. At the Lake Stroh turned in n score of 147 for the tour- ney with Whit lea w carding a 150 followed by Greg Hale- at 115. Stroll won low gross honors. while net went to Elmer Rey- nolds with a 141. Other flight winners were Murray Mills, Ken Boulton, loin Boultcn and Ron Me- McKenzie had the toughest time in winning his honors. Mark McKenzie of Pincher Creek, a former Waterton Lakes champion, forced Bower an extra hole before bowing. The two had finished the tour- ney tied at 218 but Bower came up with a birdie on the playoff hole to oust McKenzie. On the other hand Home had to sideline Elsie McGrath to the women's championship. Doreen Ehlert of Cutbank won the consolation in the cham- pionship flight. In the men's consolation for the championship flight third place went to Jim Freel while fourth was Doug Brown. Both Brown and Freel are from Lethbridge. A total of 208 golfers took part in the tournament. MEN First flicjhr 1. Don McKenzie, Cal- gary; 2. Fraser Baalim Lethhridge, Consolation Dave Wehrhahn, Cal- gary. Second flight 1. Ben Leth- bridge; 2. Phil Wolf, Waterton, Conso- lation Pat- Calgary. Third flight 1. Dune Gillespie, Lethbridge; 2. Tom Boltjer, Great Consolation Jim Lynn, Cal- Fpurth flight 1. Welter River; 2. Merlon Ehlert, Cut- bank. Consolation 1. Gary Wright, Medicine Hat. Fifth flight 1, Nick Onofrychuk, Lethbridge; 2. Bill Traber, Taber. Consolation Willie Marx, Calgary. Sixth flight 1. Gary V.'ebb, Brll- inas; 2. George Hanna, Picture Butte. Consolation Allison, Waterloo. Seventh flight 1. Art Dee, Cal- gary; 2. Brian Goates, Blackfoor, Idaho. Consolation Wilf Ferry Lethbridge. Eightn flight T. Ewalt Paul, Ma- grath; 2. Bill Gard, Calgary. Conso- lation Vern Baker, Picture Butte. Ninth Flight 1. Glen Tollesfrup, Lethbridge; 2, Joe Phillips, Calgary. Consolation Colin Preeze, Pincher Elglrileenth Lloyd Chrusch, i Second flight 1. Mildred story rifmrv nrk Soptv Hnlpm Con-I lJ'ncller Creek; Dick Vanlol, Plnclicr Lcthbridqe; 2. Shirley Anderson, High Calgary, 2. Jack Soely, Helena, con CrMk _ Don Rossiler, River. Consolation -Doris Marx, Cal Fifleenlh Ilifihr 1. Bill Henderson, Roth, Pincher Creek. Sixteenth (light 1. Arnold lirown, Calqary; J. Jeft Mlsscr, Warner. Con- solatio Nlnelecnlh flight 1. Jean Morris, Medl. Ray Hudgtns, Midland, bridge. Consolation lexas. Lethbridge. Seventeenth (light 1. Louie Nagle, WOMEN Rcgina; 1. Doug Patterson, Lclh- First flight bridge. Consolation Pele Lewko, Pinchei Lethbridge. Waterti ________ _ .__ __. Plnchor Creek; Fred Story, Lelh-.clne Hat; 2. Toots Hockstsln, Pincher ._ _____ Dole Kecnan, i Creek. Consolation Salle Umer.s, Lclhbrldtje. j Fourth flight 1. Jr.net Bingert, Grace Telford, I Medicine Hal; 2. Lucy ?entilla, Bill- Creek; 2. Doris Hokins, iings. Consolation Florence Flynn, Consolation Lloyd Allen. Phoenix. Laver Captures Caimdian Open Russ Henderson took third with 7 points. In the class V-8 the too three point getters were Len Vase- lenak with points, Tom Ayerhart with 8 and George Mercer who also collected Creek. Tenth flight 1. Forrest Boerner, Billings; 2. John Jones, Calgary. Con- solation Jim Kulka, Picture Butte. Eleventh flipht 1. Doun Fox, Hill- spring; 2. Sonny Slavich, Lethbridge. Consolation Jim Home, Lethbridge. Twelfth flight 1. Fred Garner, Medicine Hat; 2. Glen Thompson, Lethbridge. Consolation Oliver Haqen, Lethbridge. Thirteenth night 1. Fred Turner, Taber; 2. Bob Schinour, Calgary. Con- solation DeMilo, Pincher Creek. Four Vauxhall; 2. teenth flight 1. Doug Ersklne, all; 2. Gower Kennedy Maclcod. Consolati more, Picture Butte. oug Ersk Kennedy, For Pas Fi uuslies With Win SOUTH MARCH, Ont. (CP) Ronald G. Kay of Burlington, Ont., who said he didn't shoot well in earlier matches, won the Governor-General's Prize Satur- day at the conclusion of the Do- TORONTO Taylor, backs in the quarter- and semi- finals, failed to pull off a third in a row Sunday as Hod Laver broke his serve twice in the final set to win the men's sin- gles title, at the Canadian open tennis championships 6-0,