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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Forced to ivork hard early Smith handed tough first round draw TORONTO There'll and Virginia Wade of Great be no coasting for Stan Smith will all be playing else- where. ...s which be- gan in 1969 with in prize Eye popper With his eyes almost popping out of his head from the Michael St. Louis of Quebec City lifts weights in Eastern Canada Weightlitting Championships in Toronto Saturday. personal must not exceed 123 raised pounds in three but fail sd to beat out fellow Quebecer Nelson Sleno who won the class. of the United No. 1 seed in the Canadian Open tennis championships this week. The luck of the draw forces Smith to begin pursuit of 000 top prize money in the men's singles division of the which begins to- by playing American Eddie Dibbs South African Cliff Drysdale in the first two rounds. After playing on hard courts in the Davis Cup semi finals against Romania during the weekend at San he'll have to make a quick ad- justment to the softer clay courts at the Toronto Lawn Tennis Club. Dibbs. winner of the German Open this is regarded as an exceptional day court play- er. If the top seeds in the field of 64 men win their opening they would meet in the third round of the tourna- which continues through Sunday. SOME GET IT EASY The tournament draw made last Wednesday appeared to give Wimbledon champion Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia. Tom Okker Of the Netherlands and Ken Rosewell of Australia a relatively easy path through the early rounds. Okker and Rosewall all wound up in the weaker bottom half of the draw. With Smith in the top half are No. 3 seed Arthur Ashe of the U.S.. No. 6 seed NikM Pilic has become the second richest in North America. Only the Forest Hills tournament at New York next month offers more. Huot captures first tourney QUEBEC Ray Huot of was all smiles Sunday after his seven-under- par 209 total gave him first place and jn the Peter Jackson Quebec Open golf championship. and a pro since he was fired a two-under-par 70 at Royal Quebec golf course to come from one stroke back and win his first major tournament. He claimed a two-stroke vic- tory over veteran Bill Thomp- son of and young Ken Trowbridge of who both fin- ished at five under par. Two jears Huot was playing the ninth hcle in the Sport of all sorts GOSS WINS NEW YORK Sammy gan to New York Yankees for Goss scored an eighth-round a player to be mak- knockdown. then withstood a ing room on their American out. Last while the tour- nament was being he was still in a Montreal hospital recovering from an operation for a brain tumor. remember the 1971 Quebec Open very Huot laughed after his round Sunday. was bv the lake on the plays at Mount Bruno golf who found the tumor on the right side of my just above and .behind my He operated and found that the tumor was non-malignant. Told to take it easy upon his release from Huot waited for about 10 days before picking up golf clubs again. couldn't stay I had to get out on the Huot won Sunday with birdies on the llth and 14th holes. who led after Fri- day's first round and shared the lead with Mexico's Tony Cerda going into Sunday's last 18 blew to a one-over 73 and ended up tied with Trowbridge Quebec Open when he passed who played 80. Both earned 51.875. Another stroke back at 212 serve first baseman Mike He- Both Ostrosser and Harrelson will be tough for him. furious 10-th-round rally to hand Edwin Viruet his first defeat Saturday with a decision in their junior lightweight bouts. CYCLE HONORS MOUNT Pa. Rich Thorwaldson of Cerri- won the 250cc class and Mke Runyard of the open class in the Na- tional Moto-Cross motorcycle championships Saturday at Po- cono International racewav. League baseball rosier for out- fielder Joe returning from are shortstops. CARDS GET AGEE ST. LOUIS St. Louis Cardinals announced Saturday the disabled list. To make room they have acquired outfielder for Hegan. the Yankees drop- ped John a 16-year veteran. Tommy Agee in a National Lea- gue baseball trade from Hous- ton Astros for infielder Dave Campbell. METS DROP OSTROSSER i-------- NEW YORK N e w j HONOR WE1SKOPF A's TRADE IIEGAN OAKLAND Oakland Athletics Saturday traded re- York Mets of baseball's Nation- al League Saturday returned shortstop Brian Ostosser of Stoney to their Tidewater farm club in the In- i ternational League to make I room on their roster for Bud who was removed from their 15-day disabled list. NEW YORK Tom who won the Cana- dian Open golf tournament last was named winner of the July poll in the race for the 24th annual S. Rae Hickok Pro- fessional Athlete of the Year Award. Weiskopf won the British Open in July. 9th ANNUAL East Lethbridge Rotary Show August 25 2 shows Daily and p.m. LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION OVER 80 CLASSES TO BE JUDGED INCLUDING 5 GAITED AND PARADE HORSES Tickets on Sale at Leister's Music Ltd. Reserved 2.25. Saturday Afternoon 1.00 Programs 50c Rush Tickets at door 1.50 Plan Now to Attend j This Great Special MEDIEVAL JOUSTING FROM VANCOUVER EACH EVENING PERFORMANCE then he might have to meet Cliff Drysdale in the second Panatta in the third round and either Laver or John New combe in the quarter- final. like Kodes and Rosewall They're both in the lower half and their sections aren't as SIX CANADIANS ARE IN Six Canadian men are in the tournament. They are Ton Bardsley and Don McCormick of Mike Da- vid Chris Burr and Keith Carpenter of Toronto. While the men's section has 64 only 16 players are in contention for first- prize money for womem. Top sseds. in are Evonne Goolagong of Aus- Helga Masthoff of West Germany. Pat Pretorius of South Africa and Martina Nav- ratilova of Czechosolvakia. The field includes Vila Ber- Susan Stone and Janice all of Vancouver. Biliie Jean Rosemary Casals and Chris Evert of the U.S.. Margaret Court of Australia of Yugoslavia. No. 7 seed Rod j nillth hole uhcn j gct dizzy Laver of Australia. No. 9 seed the next thing I knew these Marty Rissen of the U.S. and were reviving me a No. 10 seed Adriano Panatta of Italy. Kodes is seeded Ok- ker fourth and Rosewall eighth. might think that Smith has the best but I cer- tainly said tournament chairman Don Fontana of To- a former Canadian Davis Cup team member. wet towel. ''I got knocked the ball right up to the pin and sank it for a birdie.'' But the dizzy spells continued and Huot began making trips to specialists in New York Boston and see if they could find a thing wrong with he said. it was a Montreal Dr. Claude Bernard who ronto. were Russ Fischer of Doug Robb of and amateur Graham Cooke of Que. Fischer and Robb received cheques of each while Cooke was awarded the Quebec Open amateur trophy. QUEBECERS HIGH Phil Giroux of Montreal and Duke Doucet of Windsor each had totals of 213. Both collected Cerda and Moe Norman of won each for their 214 totals. Another Eric Reid of was all alone at 215. Bunched at 216 and winning each were Tom Tremblay and Gary both of To- Tack NicJslaus CURING THE HOOK PftRTI THE PLRGUING DUCK WHERE THE BflLI_ TRAVELS SO TO 1OO VflRDS DIVES MflNV CRUSES. HERE STflKTS R SERIES ON THE POUR MflIN ONES. FlftST FRUITY RIGHT SHOULDER THE BflCK- SWING CRN BE BUT IF THE SHOULDER PULLS flROUND OS THE DOWNSWING THE RRC CHRNGES.. THE BODY TENDS TO WHIRL ON THE BflLL. CREflTING flN OUTSIDE-IN SWING PflTH RND fl CLOSED CLUBFRCE RT IMPRCT. STRIVE TO BRING THE RIGHT SHOULDER UNDER ON THE DOWNSWING. c'lDibTidc Fnnirt Strvrt. 3.S3 Foster decides own location KM. Bob Foster chose his home- town and for Tuesday night's defence of his light heavyweight boxing title be- cause he feared he might be robbed of the crown in Africa. He'd been offered tax-free to defend against the No. 1 World Boxing Association Pierrie Fourie of South in Swaziland. Although that African country is just outside South Africa and its apartheid Foster wanted no part of a fight there. never rob me of the said the 6-foot-3Vz who is black. He has ruled the 175-pound class since knocking out the late Dick Tiger in 1968. I lose I'm going to lose it in the ring. They're not going to take it from me. If a fight over there would go 15 they wouldn't give a fighter from the United States the deci- Only one of Foster's dozen title defences has gone the 15- round and Fourie's man- Alan terms the Foster stand ridiculous. could have brought offi- cials from the U.S. and made to fight Pierrie in said Toweel. C.V. 100 Coming Soon DOWN END-OF-SEASON SAU Palmer kaiigs on to win ST. Minn. Sandra Palmer fired a two-un- der-par 71 and held on for a one-stroke victory Sunday over Judy Rarutin and June Blalock in the St. Paul women's open golf tournament. Miss who was 10th on the Ladies Professional Association money-winning list j into this won 500 for her 54-hoIe total 10- under-par 209. Miss Blalock and Mrs. both trailing Miss Palmer by two strokes before Sunday's round at the par-73 402-yard Keller golf each finished with 70s and 54- hole totals of 210. Tour rookie Roberta with a final and Gail Denen- with tied at 213. Bunched at 216 were Laura Baugli. Carol and Sandra 71. Miss who won opened play with three straight birdies and turned the front nine with a five-under-par 32 and took a two-stroke lead over Miss Palmer. But Miss Blalock bogeyed the par-four 390-yard llth while Miss of Fort sank a five-foot birdie to tie. Miss Palmer took the lead and held it on the 15th hole with a while Miss Blalock took OKANAGAN TRAILERS AND CAMPERS 13 UNITS MUST PAYMENTS HUGE STOCK NO. 1032 OKANAGAN 11 FT. CAMPER Equipped with stove and re- frigerator. ONIY DOWN and 92.90 per month O.A.C. 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