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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THI LETHBRIDOE HERAID Thimdny, !7, ANDY CAPF BUT, FLO. SUREW VOJ WOU'-SS'T KANTA1ETO BETHESORTOF SbOKS WHO TOAPJB WTH KOMAN AS' LEAVES WITH ANOTHER-; >'OU JUST WON'T ALLOW ME TO AVE PRINCIPLE'S, WILUNERF.'-STOP PUSHIN'.' Pirates give Dodgers the Willies Wilbur still thinks like relief pitcher feels he's set BUTTON, Mass. (AP) It's been an off-season for Billy Casper, one of the most suc- cessful praclitioncrs Iho game of golf ever has known, but it could change this week. "I feel like it's all coining to- gether now, that I'm beginning to do the things I want to do, that I'm playing the way I Casper said today be- fore teeing off in the first round of Ihe United States In- dustries Golf Classic. Casper, 41. winner of two U.S. Open titles, a Masters championship, more than 40 other tour titles and one of the game's three SI million win- ners, is looking for his first vic- tory of 1972. And he's seeking to keep Locals lose iii lacrosse CALGARY (CP) British Columbia squads reaped sue cess at the opening of the na tional peewee lacrosse charn plonsbips Wednesday, winning three of four interlocking con tests with Ontario. New Wastminster S a Imon Bellies set the pace with a con vincing 15-fi thrashing of Scar borough. Victoria Hardware tramcec Oshawa Green Gaels 13-8. The favored North Burnab Norbum Lakers had a toug flght with Orillia Steel Worker but turned on the pressure ii the third period to win 11-5. British Columbia's only A division loss was suffered b Coquitlam Adanacs, who los Jl-B to South Etobicoke. Rexdale Warriors edge Brampton 13-11 in an all-Ontar io battle in the final division-' contest. In division-B contests, Ca gary Willow Park defeate White Rock, B.C., 1M; Whitbj Ont., SainLs trounced Princ George, Elks 17-8; Edmonto North Glenora Blues whippec Port Moody, B.C., 7-1; Bigga Sask., overcame Lethbricig YMCA Unicorns 8-4; Edmo ton West shaded Calgary Bra side 7-3; Saskatoon Eebe dumped Assiniboia, Sask., 11- and Manitoba AIT Stars edge anrJ lack Genlry (e) and Dyer. HRr All-Aaron St. Louli Ml im 1 1 Son Diego CM Oil 4 T Gibswi 111-7] Segul (6) and Sim- mons: Arlln (8-1.5) Ross (5) Norman (il sevrj-inscn (B) and Kendall. SD-Thomas (4) hod mi. Pilljburqh MO GOO 1 7 Angela 000 3 1 -Jles, HcrnAndpr (8) Miller (S 1) Cannirnro. Pgh-Starqcll CANADIAN FOOTBALL WESTERN CONFERENCE HULL, Qua- fCP) The Ca- I nadirin Golfers As- sociation 57th annual champion- ship was to get, imdor way near here Uxlay with Canada's top golfers battling a rain-drenched course. Wilf Homenuik of Winnipeg, winner of last year's CF'CiA championship, will defeml his title on the lush Hivermead Golf Club course. About 100 Canadian pros will be competing in Ihe four-chiy event for a first and in other priice I money over the par- I 72 course. Scattered showers Wednesday and heavy rain throughout the- summer have played havoc with the 18-holc During warrnups, Stan Kular of Lucerne, Quc., hurl the low score of the week, a five-under- pin" Wetinesday in the bonus tournament. Kolar picked up SHOO arid Rob Panastnk of Tc- cumNcli, Que., Rot the w.c- or.fl pri7o with a in the match for players not eligible for the pro-amateur event Inter in the day, Homenuik led the way in the pro-am tourney although fie only managed a 1fiO-yard drive off UK- first tee. Al Halrling of Toronto, four- time winner of Ihe sliced his first shot about 120 yards down the fairway. Homenuik shot a four-under par 68 and had a one-stroke lead over Frank Kowler of Cal- gary, John Henrick of Bramp- ton, Ont., and Gary Fitcliford of Toronto, tied at CCJ. Henry Martel, twice winner of the CPGA crown, paced his three amateurs, ,T. P, Charron, Ralph Saslove anl Phil Wcrth, to the team title with a 17-un- der par best-hall 55, one stroke better than a foursome led by another former CPGA cham- iion, Bobby Cox Jr., of Van- Enjoy Ihe crisp, clear days of Fall on a Honda. Seethe completely now, Just- arrived 4-cylindar CE3 350 Super trail bikes and a full range of larger motorcycles, all wilh 4-slroke, overhead earn engines. For oxtra prices and easy credit, ces your nearest Honda dealer. Gabriel to play this Saturday LONG BKACIf, Calif, f AP) Coach Tommy Prothro .said Wednesday that Roman Ga- briel, who sufferer! a collapsed lung July 11, will start at quar- terback for Angeles Rams Oaklrtnrl Haiders Satur- day night, hut he isn't sure how lonR Gabriel will play. ''We1 IL .see how the game Prothro said. "Roman ha.s been throwing the ball and he's been throwing it hard.11 couver. Cox's partners were Montreal G'nnndiens' Claude Jack Wooly and Don VVhitfield. Because of poor playing con- ditions, tournament officials ex- pect lite preferred-lie rule will in effect for the first time in 3 CPGA event. The rule allows golfers to remove their ball 'rom marked poor playing areas and place it two club lengths out of the area while not Advancing the ball towards Ihe green. Stroke penalties will rot be in effect if the rule is used. Sa m Dem p.stcr, Tli ver mead resident pro, said a 1 (Minder- par would likely be needed to win the event, Dempster said the fifth holc- an uphill par three and the 14th, a 525-yard par five, wil" be the holes that make 01 break possible winners. HONDA, THE WORLD'S LARGEST MOTORCYCLE MAIIUFACTUREfl Ksliituled by: IWtc SimpHns 760 Rithmor.J, B.C. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE SALES SERVICE 1117 2nd Ave. 5. 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