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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 18, 1971 GUMP TO GUMP National Hockey League veleran goallender Gump Worsley of The Minnesota North Srars is seen here talking to his namesake Gump Worsley, a two- year-old thoroughbred owned by John Ferguson. Worsley ihe gonltender is preparing 1o return to Minnesota for another hockey season. Not happy with game Cox has hit bottom SASKATOON' (CP) To Boh Cox of Richmond, B.C.. the Ca- nadian Professional Golfers' As- sociation tournament Thursday Ls one of his last, hopos. It has been a year of fruslra- t i o n, disappointment and a drought that has extended since August last year when he won his last tournament. "I can't get any worse be- cause I've hit the bottom. If I knew my problem, I would try to solve it." Cox, 31, whose only victory in 1570 at the Simon Fraser open in Prince George, B.C., will have to come up with a brilliant performance when he tees off with an expected 105 players in the CPGA tourna- ment. The tournament, with defend- ing champion Al Balding of To- ronto leading the pack, will he Saskatoon Golf and Country Club course. Also seeking a first-place prize of S5.000 from a purse of S25.000 arc Ken Fullon of Mont- real, Moe Norman of Gilford, Ont., Adrien Bigra.s of Rose- mere, Que., and Jack Bisseger of Montreal. played on the par-70, 6-150-yard bred colt. Crowned Prince in first race LONDON (AP) Croivned Prince, the world's highest- priced yearling race horse at goes to the post for the first time Saturday in the Park Lodge Stakes al Frank JIc-Mahon, the Vancou- j ver industrialist, paid tho; record price for the American- The four-day. 72-holo tourna- ment ends Sunday., For Cox, his hard-luck story only goes back to That year he was the top money winner on the Canadian piofessional tour as be finished first in the CPGA tournament with a 280 and look Ibe Alberta. Saskatchewan and Atlantic opens. His trouble started in the fall of 1969 when he lost his "ap- p roved tournament player" card, which allows Canadian and American professional to compete on the U.S. tours. "That's the biggest thing that has affected my said Cox, who also failed to pick if up again last year. the short Canadian gold season, you have to take part in the U.S. lours throughout the fall and uinler to keep your game up. Key test for Lions at coast tonight Eskimos place Terry Swam on waivers VANCOUVER (CP) Coach Eagle Keys is counting on a win for his British Columbia Lions in tonight's Western Football Conference Rame against Ed- monton Eskimos, and the out- come could hinge on Lhe toe of punier turned-place kicker Ken Phillips. A victory put B.C. alone in second spot behind Cal- gary Stampcders, and the Lions would still have at least a game in hand over the other three WFC clubs. Phillips established himself as a place kicker 10 days ago when he replaced Ted Gerela. He Jonas stays atop Western scoring TORONTO (CP) Don Jonas may be down, but not out. The Winnipeg Blue Bomber quarterback, nursing a shoulder injured in a game last week against Saskatchewan Rough- riders, came off the tench Mon- day night to kick a field goal and a convert in the Bombers' 36-12 loss to Calgaiy Stamped- ers. for the college and high school crowd this week at Leo Singer's MEN'S STRIPED DRESS SHIRTS Bold new slripes, long sleeves. Reg. 10.00. SPECIAL W MEN'S AND BOYS' BATHING TRUNKS Assorted styles by leading i CU makers OFF MEN'S DRESS PANTS Reg, lo 22.50 Back la School Special 14 QQ Just arrived a good selection of young men's KNIT T-SHIRTS slripei OFF MEN'S SHORT SLEEVED ALPACA SWEATERS In a host of new colors.. SPECIAL ft J fclW OFF SHORT SLEEVED SPORT AND DRESS SHIRTS Reg. to 8 50 M QQ Branded lines Special BALANCE OF MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS White and colored Reg. to 6.00 Special.......... 1 BOYS' SUMMER TANK TOPS i, 20% off BOYS' WASH 'N' WEAR CASUAL PANTS Special..............3.99 YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR LEE AND LEVI CORDS AND DENIMS Wo have the clolhei you need for tho lifo you lead LEO SINGER MEN'S and BOYS' WEAR 214 5lh STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-3958 Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Tuesday: First claiming, 3 year olds, 1 Mi Lustrous Star (Morris) 51.40 9.70 420. Johnny Red (Kipling) 3.10 2.60, Gnnner 1.BO. Time: 4-5 Reserved Seal, Yak A Mahoo, Whis- tling Marine, Tinda Melody, Spirt 'N Speed also ran. Second Sl.JPD claiming, 4 year-olds and up. 7 furlongs Fog Palches (Jackowiak) 10.90 5.70 11 50 Noble Conp (Whillle) 4.30 2.50. OnlnririH (BillingsTcy) 2.50. Time: A 5 Kid Balou, Big Grip, Tom's Award, Sauib, Norlhern Pine also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S354.4I. Third claiming, 2-year-olds, 5 lur- loncs Flying Wing (Coombs) 10.JO 6.00 J.20, Shady's Slyle (Haynesl 11.70 6.60, Hanpy Whisllcr (Parsons) 6.BO. Time: J-5 Simba Sue, Myslic Twisler, Messen- anr Lad, Leic-r, Rcuselle also ran. QUINELLA: 583. Fourlh claiminq, 3-year-olds, 7 fur. Nesh Boy (Kipling) 1J.10 7.40 Reverse Current (Haynes) 5.10 3.60. Speedy Kim (Coombs) -1.40. time: 3-5 Lillle Miss Day, Manlrojan, Drcamln Demon, Rockin' Roman, Pixie Bells also ran. Fifth claiming, J-ycar-olds and up, mile and 'a Blue Loreen (Sladnyk) 14.10 6.BO 5.20, Sharon's Slar 'Herine) 6.6Q -l.OO, Prai- rie Blue (Coombs) 7 70. Time: Ski Swaps, Random Jaccno'5 Susie, Wings OF Silver, Pmogic also ran. EXACTOR: S7B.20. Sixlh SI iro claiming, J-year-oMs uo. 7 Furlongs Nayu (Billinpsiey) lO.-in 5.BO 3 80, Baron Eorcn B.20 5.50, Ky Honor (Jgaov.'iak) 3.50. Tiir.e: 1 11 1-5 Fallen Miss, AM Image, Why Red, Fare Union, Prince Gray also ran. Seventh Hearls Of Oak Handicap, J- year-olds and un, mile and War Bridle (Barroby) 6.70 3.00 3.60, One Slep (Whiltle) 1.90 2JO, On The Go 3.10. Time: 2.50 1-5 Peace-Man, Prince, Shorl CIr c u 1 I also ran. Eighlh claiming, d year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Silverado Trail (Wnillle) 9.20 4.70 3.60, Fast Friday (Billlnqsley) 650 5.30. Connless Belinda (Barroby) 5.10- Time: 1.27 Silky Pacie, Hadason, Speedy Son. Raoid Dove, Tallyho Joe also ran. QUINELLA: S37. Tlie Four poinls padded Jonas' lead iii Llie Western Football Conference scoring race to four points over Calgary's Larry Robinson. Jonas has 31 poinLs. Robinson who also had a four-point night, converting four of the Sfc.nmp criers' five touch- downs, moved into second place ahead of Saskatchewan fullback George Reed whose 24 points included a conference-leading four touchdowns. In other statistics re- leased this week by the Cana- dian Football League that do not include Monday night's game: the 'Riders' work- horse, has a OFL career mark for most carries and is taking a shot at two other league records; LaRose, Winnipeg Blue Bomber end, has taken an early lead in the pass-catching de- partment with team-male Jim Thorpe; is setting a hot pace among conference passers. Rccd has already cracked the barrier, only the second CFL performer to reach that plateau, and is taking a long-range run at the yards rolled up by Johnny Bright, former Calgary and Ed- monton Eskimo star. Reed now has yards. The Saskatchewan fullback's 86 touchdowns since joining I3ie club in 1063 have moved him to within five of the career total compiled by running back Dick Sliallo in 12 seasons with To- ronto Argonauts. Jonas' versatility is registered in the Winnipeg offence. Ills point up of one touchdown, 10 converts, four field goals and three sin- for more than one-third of the Bombers' 102 points this season. Ho has also passed for a con ference-leading six touchdowns in Winnipeg's five games, com- pleting 68 of 124 passes for yards. His closest rival, Ron Lancas- ter of Saskatchewan, has made good on 55 of 116 for fi6G yards and only one touchdown LaRose, a six-foot-three, 215- pounder from the University of Western Ontario, is getting his first opportunity to perform of- fensively in his second year with Ihe Bombers. Though listed as a defensive back, he's been used almost ex- clusively as an offensive end and shares the WFC pass-catch- ing lead of 18 with Thorpe a flanker. ANDY CAPP FLO ISN'T 'OME WORK AN1 I'M HAVIN' A BATH SO COME j BAC L promptly kicked five field goals in five attempts as the Lions won their firsl game of tlie sea- son, 29-1C over Winnipeg. The question is whether Phil- lips can repeat his performance before a home crowd. "It's always tougher at says Phillips, "and especially after what I did in Winnipeg. "But I don't Ihink I'll miss loo many. I've got confidence from the 45-yard line ill and anylhing over 50 yards is half luck any- way." Phillips Is a conventional place kicker, a left footer who hits the ball squarely on the loe. B.C. lost to Edmonton 20-19 two weeks ago, but the Eskimos have made a lot of changes since then, most of them com- ing after Calgary crashed them 31-1 last week. Larry Lawrence, with B.C. for a five-day trial before going to Edmonton, will back up starling quarterback Don Trull. Rusty Clark, the former backup man, is on a five-day trial. Other changes include ex-Blue Bomber Charlie Bryant, replac- ing injured Jim Thomas at half- back, and Al Namanny, being reaclivaled to replace receiver Terry Swam. Swarn has been placed on waivers subject to re- call. KI5YS NOT WORRIED Keys doesn't appear worried about Trull. "He didn't exactly pick us apart in he said. Keys said Lawrence would lie "our biggest problem." "We had bint here for five before Edmonton got him and we know be can Urrow and scramble." Keys said he'd like to give quarterback Don M o o r h e a d more playing time. "He's throwing bctler than he ever has and the only way he's going to learn is to play." He plans to use Jim Young more as a receiver than running back and wants halfback Josh Ash ton to get in on more of the action. School system rapped Santoni fires two-hitter George Santoni fired a two- hitter and guided the pennant winning Dallas Cowboys to a IJ-1 romping over the Contract- ors, giving thorn a one game lead in the Senior Men's Fast- ball League semi-final playoffs Tuesday night. Meanwhile the M and K Gen- erals opened their semi final series against the Labor Club with a slim 5-3 victory in the second encounter played last night. In (he Dallas Contractors contest Santoni fanned 10 hit- lers en roule to victory while losing pitcher Ron Zasadny struck out tliree and was tagged for 11 hits. George Waselenak stroked a single and two doubles to lead the Cowboys at the plate while Dan Srntoni pounded a home run and a double and D a r r y 1 Lcavitt a home run and a sin- gle. Zasadny and Garth Lamb poked out a single apiece for the Contraclors. In the second game of the evening Dennis Allen gave the Generals a one game lead in Uieir best of five semi-final se- ries with the Labor Club hurl- ing the third strike past seven Labor Club hitters. Dennis Hyiychiik suffered the loss in going the distance. The Generals were paced by Wally Kniclikywichs' doublo and single while Lloyd Yama- gishi and Al Higa chipped in with two singles apiece. Hnrry Kagata hammered an inside the park home run along with two singles and Roy Ada- chi Iwo singles for the Labor Club. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh SI. Louis Chicago Nc-w 'York Philadelphia Wonircal L Per. .535 .545 51 55 55 "West 73 .408 .537 27 fA SOFT ANSWER TURNETH AWAV V WWH, BUT HATH LITTLE EFFECT OM A MOTHER-IN-LAW TORONTO fCP) -Apathy of tho Canadian school system to- wards sports was given a verbal lashing this week by Lou Le- faive, head of the federal gov- ernment's Fitness and Amateur Sports Directorate. "'I'm firmly convinced that if Canada is lo go anywhere in sports, it will happen only when sports become a meaningful part of the school said Lefaivc at the Canadian Na- tional Exhibition where he ap- peared to outline plans for a Canadian fitness award project. 'Some schools don't yet rec- ognize sport as being part of tho total education... It slill seems to be a fringe activity." He noted ihat some schools over-emphasize sports such as football and hockey for1 boys, which is "why our girls did well and our boys didn't at the Pan- Air erican Games al Call." "It's a question o[ adding the individual sports like tennis ant Dadminton and exposing our youngsters to them." Tlie sport fitness project now at the CME was conducted ear- ier at the Calgary vSlampede where more than boy? and girls between (he ages of seven and 17 underwent lests. The project here involves five one minute speed sit lips, standing long jump, shut- tle run, flexed arm hang and 50-yand sprint. A Sixth lest, the .100-yard run, was eliminated at the CNE due to lack of space. Younpslers performing Ihe tests will be eligible for gold, silver and bronze crests based on their ability lo meet stand- ards compiled by tho Canadian Association for Ilcallh, Physical Education and Recreation. WBA gives go ahead MIAMI REACH CAP) _ The World Uoxing Associalion Rave the .qo-ahcad Tuesday for a plan lo create an hilei national (Man- sion plan for boxers. "The details still have lo worked said York Van Nixon, who headed a special committee! which studied pen- sion proposals, "hut I Ihinh within a year we will have n world-wide pension plan for box- ers." Nixon, chairman of the Wash- ington, D.C., boxing commis- sion, sain boxing was the only major sport without nny lypc of fwn.sion plan for the men "who dedicate the best years of Ihcir lives lo IJio sport." I San Francisco I .os Angeles Atlanla Houston Cincinnati San Diego TODAY'S GAMES Houston Wilson 11-7 at Pittsburgh Glass 11-6 N Chicago Pappas 14-10 al Atlanla Slnne 5-J N 51. Louis Gibson 11-10 at Cincinnati Gullell 13-1 N Now York Sadockl 5-4 al Lcs An- qclc-s Sullon 1210 N Montreal Slnneman 13-10 at San Di- ego Nr.rman 2-9 N Philadelphia Wise 12-9 at San Fran- cisco Cumberland 6-2 TUESDAY'S RESULTS 5t. CouiS 200 010 3 6 1 Cincinnati .010 012 S 11 0 Reuss, Zachary (6) Shaw (B) Tay- lor (2-1) (9) and Simmons; Nolan, Merrill (i) Gibhon (B) Granger (4-D (9) and Bench. HRs: Cin Roto (10) Bench Chicago .....100 003 1 Atlanta 710 010 5 10 0 Hands. Newman (1-1) and Marlin; Reed, Nash (77) (7) and E. Williams. HRs: Chi-Santo Wil- liams (2-0, Vcrsalles Houslon 110 000 501- 6 A 1 Pittsburgh 300 030 593 Blasin'tiame (9-9) Rav (7) and Hi- all; Walker. Miller (7-5) (7) Vcale (7) Glui.ll (7) Brilcs (B) anl Sanguil- !en HR- Montreal 100 010 12 1 San Diocjo 100 000 043 MrAnally (5-9) and flaleman; Arlin Severing Laxtnn (9) and Carton. New York 000 000 D 3 1 Los Angeles 112 010 480 Ryan Williams McGraw Fri'-ellfl (R) and Grole; Os I e r-. n (12-7) and Sims. Philadelphia ..010 ODD 7 1 San Francisco 31 000 3 6 1 Reynolds (3-5) Champion BLH- ninci Drandon (7) and McCarven Perry and Dietz. MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS International League Rnrhesler 1-2 SyracuFe 0 3 Chcirlcslon 10 Louisville 3 Richmond 7 T.dewaler 3 Toledo 4 Winnipeg 0 Pel. I .624 I .537 .533 10 Oakland Kansas Cily California 7T AJ5 63 J7 .525 mi Sail Lake 4 Phoenix Tacoma 5 Eugene 1 7 Spnkanp 3 Tucson 7 Hawaii 4 59 57 MinnciGla .....5.1 .450 23i-'n Milwaukee 51 69 2Sii TODAY'S GAMES Cleveland Dunning fi 9 at Minnesota Luebbcr 1-3 N Baltimore CueUar 14-6 al Milwau- kee Slalon 0-J N Cole-man 13-fi nt Chicago Bradley 13-10 or Wood li 9 H Oakland Sequl 65 al Washing I o n Brc-btrg J-3 N City Drapo 15-fi nl New York Slolllemyre 11-11 >J California V.'righl 11-12 al Boston TUESDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Kansas City DDO ODD I 3 1 New York Oil ODD 290 Splillorn (56) Ycrk iS) and Pepka; Pplnrsm (13-7) and Munson. SECOND Kansas City 002 001 5 11 4 New York 000 882 demons, AliernaUiy (7) Rurci- meier (7) and Krkich (fl-fi) Hambrkihl (B) and Munson. HRs: Aicu (i) Murccr FIRST Delroil.....OH 100 5 B' B Chicago 007 001 03x- 6 11 3 Lolich (19-91 find Frcchan; John, Romo (3) Hmlon (7) Kcalev (B) John- son (7-7J (R) .ind Egan. HRs: Hunl2 1122) SECOND Delroil too 000 0 Chicago 001 110 470 Cain (5-B) DnnLhy (B) and Price, Horlen (7-9) Bradley (fl) and Eaan. HRs: liams (6) Andrews Baltimore 000 001 3 12 T Milwaukee 110 000 170 McNnlly, Wall (0) end Hen- dricks; Tallin, Sanders (5 B) (9) Wea- ver (P) and RodriqucJ. HRs: PoweJI (17) Hcndricka Cleveland .001 100 9 0 Minnesota 000 020 2 B 0 Paul (2-3) and Suarez; Blylevcn (10 1-0 and Roof. HR- Cip-Pinson Oakland 000 110 1 8 T Washingtcn 300 172 B 10 1 Odom (7-9) Roland (4) Kllmkowskl (7) Locker (B) and Duncan; Gogolew- ski (32) and HRs: Mincher (B) How.ird California .400 008 T T Boslon.....Oil ODD 010- 3 9 1 Messersmllh (1212) and Sleplienson, Torborg Talum (2-1) Morel (1) Tianh (fl) and Josephson. HRs: Pelrocclli [22) Josephson SMOOTH! QUIET! NEW 6 and B INCH PROPELLER SHAFT AUGERS Available in E in. dia., 38 It. length 8 in. dia., and 70 ft. lengths DOLLAR FDD DOLLAR, MAYRATH AUGERS MOVE IT FASTER AND EASIER. COMFMON. 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