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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Knudson moves into contention at Philly Wilf Homenuik takes over at Saskatoon -Saturday, Augull 21, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 11 SASKATOON (CP) Wilf H o m e n n i k, cautious on the greens and happy wilh his con- sistency, took a one-stroke lead Into the third round of the Cana- dian Professions! Golfers' Asso- ciation tournament today. The Winnipeg veteran fired a two-under-par 68 Friday for a Su-hole total of 133, seven under par, in the competition with going to the winner. The 72-holo tournament ends Sunday. CHASING THE LEADER Jack Nicklaus frowns as ha v.'alches an eagle putt miss by a few feet at the 5th hole round partner Bob Murphy turned away from the hole afler missing a birdie af the fifth hole during second round play Friday in the Philadelphia Golf Classic. Murphy shot a 70 on Friday and is tied for second place while NicMaus a 73 and is three strokes, back of the leader Dave Hill. Net finals go Sunday VANCOUVER (CP) Top- seeded Pat Gamey of Toronto maintained his winning sljeak In the Canadian junior closed tennis championships Friday FIRST IN SALES! FIRST TO ARRIVE! 1972 TOYOTAS JAPAN'S NO. 1 IMPORT ON DISPLAY NOW TRAVEL CENTRE Coutli Highway 327-3163 i-ith 8 6-1, 6-3 victory over Peter Vick of Vancouver. Gamey was to meet fourth seeded Steve Whitehead of St Catharines, Ont., in boys 18- and-under category today as the competition went into semi-fuia" rounds. Whitehead defeated fifth- seeded Guy Tytherleigli of Van- couver 6-3, 7-6 Friday. In today's other semi-final contest in the Ifland-under group, second-seeded Hichard Legendre of Quebec City was to meet Murray Flock of Toronto Legendre trounced Stuart Watt of Toronto 6-3, 6-1 Friday while Flock defeated Mark Walker of Toronto 4-6. 6-4. Draw To Be Condnded November II, ItiH Be An Early Bird Winner The trrlrd exciting Early Bird Draw In the fabulous Veterans Housing Project Lottery takes plflce Wednesday, September 1st. If you want a chanco to be richer, ACT NOWI Proceeds from this lottery will be used for the purpose of building low rental housing for older veterans, their dependents and citizens of Alberta that have lo live on low fixed Incomes. Tickets are available from most Alberta members of the Royal Canadian Legion, or other veteran cluhs in your area, or complete and mnil this coupon encfoslng a chequa or money order for mimhrr required. Rut (imp's short don't miss out, pet your t'cftcls now! ACT NOW! Clip onrt mall this coupon loriay to: Vntrrrnn's Housing Project Box 1073, Edmonton, Alberta. i Nama Address Phono I I I Plcnsc send me tickets, at each, j I enclose order for Nnmo flnri ndcfroii MUST bfl Included urltli ticket lotlnry conducing under ttia militarily of Govornmnnt of Irin Province of Alberta. "The course played a little tougher and it was the wind that made it that said Homenuik who had a sizzling five-under-par 64 on the par-70, Saskatoon Golf and Country Club course Thursday. "I'm happy that I'm playin consistent siad Home uik, a regular on the Unit States PGA Lour and who h pocketed about this yea "1 take a cautious approa on tfie greens at all times. Som don pilling A BIT OF EVERYTHING And have you figured out your World Series opponents yet? There's nothing much, really, to get excited about in any of the four divisions as baseball's main stem heads into the homestretch Baltimore and Oakland have al ready locked up their division titles in the American League and it's only a matter of time before they make it official, but in the National League there is a chance, maybe, that either one or both of the two leaders could be replaced in the drive to the wire, but don't bet next week's grocery bill on it Chi- cago Cubs and it would be okay with me if Leo Duroeher made the scene again and St. Louis Cardinals are chasing Pittsburgh in the eastern divi- sion but both may run out of gas before time runs out of them in the case of Durocher's darlings, a great deal will depend on how many clutch games Canada's Ferguson Jenkins wins in the stretch Los Angeles Dodgers have been chasing their oppo nents up the California coast, the San Francisco Giants, all season but whether they'll eventually catch them may be something else again what would be wrong, just for a change and just for kicks, of a Golden Gate series between the Giants and Charlie Finley's razzle dazzle Oakland Athletics? such a turn of events, however, might be enough to topple the bridge in another earthquake. YOU might be interested to know that Oakland is paying their superb southpaw Vida Blue, who might become the first lefty to win 30 games since Lefty Grove turned the trick in 1931 with a record of 31-4, one dollar bills for his efforts this year he's already indicated that the bargaining next year will begin at the level Oakland manager Dick Williams, incidentally, says his star reminds him of Sandy Koufax with a five-year headstart and when he hears of this comparison, Blue quickly adds, "Funny, I don't look that reminds me of a Myron Cohen joke that I'll tell you someday if you've got a minute. office wit says the reason some people are overweight is because they, at times, go starch -craving mad he also says a lot of people simply can't stand then most people don't have to. A tip of the hat and heartiest congratulations to Reed Spencer, Bill Taylor and the local Lakeside All- Stars for a job well done in the Canadian Little League final in Quebec this week we should all be proud of these youngsters; they brought our town national recognition No, I'm sorry to report, there will be no telecast of Tuesday night's B.C. Lion-Cal- gary Slampeder session in Calgary The Cowboys, by the way, don't head east until September 22 when they meet Montreal and the 25th when they take on Toronto Argos with both games on national TV net- works Some people already think the tussle with the Argos will be a sneak preview of the Grey Cup Bob Grant, a Maritimer who digs Lethbridge like Reno Lizzi digs the Dodgers, isn't so sure about that he flunks Ottawa Rough Riders may spring an upset as far as Stampeder supporters are con- cerned, I hope they haven't completely forgotten that there's still a football team operating out of Sas- katchewan. Andy Andrews wants everybody to know that the annual fall race meet opens at the Exhibition Grounds Friday, Sept. 17 and will run through for nine days to Sept. 28 Ted Berlando is already saving his money the office wit says the best way to take a great weight off your mind is to discard your halo Rumors still persist that Lethbridgeite Vic Stasiuk, relieved of his duties as Philadelphia Flyer coach, will wind up at the helm of the Vancouver Canucks look for Cassius Clay and Joe Fraiier to get to- gether one of these days to sign for a rematch, likely in Los Angeles in March aside to J.R. Cincin- nati's Pete Rose currently boasts a batting average of .296, Richie Allen of the Dodgers is at .291, Willie Mays .279, Carl Yastriemski .2G1 and Al Kaline of Detroit .298 whatever became of Rocky Colavito? and the office wit says laugh and the world laughs with you; snore and you snore alone. VIoses Benson tiappy he's here MONTREAL (CP) Moses 'enson, tho No. 1 running back ilh Montreal Alouetlcs of .astern Foolball Conference, is !nd lie came to Canada and Inns to stay n while. 'Before I c.nmo here, my idea Canadian football was ays the Montreal halfback. "1 played for ,T coach at laryland Taylor played defensive end for Toranlo in, it must have been 1MB. lie (old rue it was good ball. "I found that the players hil just n.s hard here, They're not as biR, but they make up for it by liciiiR fast. They're moving faster when they hit yon. 1 wouldn't say the game in Ihe States nny rougher. Flut here, you don't have os mud) weight lying on you after you've been tackled." There had been talk last year that Benson was thinking about doing (o the National Foolbnll League after his rookie season. SICMiD FOR 3 YEAHS All thoughts of an NFL career vanished when he signed his current three-year pact with the Als. "f decided f cnild last longer up here, plus my wife liked it Iwre. That was one of tlie main tilings. The six-foot, 205-pound Den- sou gained 820 yards last season and hopes lo reach the yeard mark this year. "I'm a little behind after two games. 1 figure I have lo average I07K yards per game and so far J have a total of 203. guys lake those little two- an three-foot putts for granted' me. They're the ones that mal you money." Homenuik, not as sharp an cautious as Thursday when h collected seven birdies, had on two birdies in the second roun but still went one under par each of the front and bac nines. 2 TIED FOTl SECOND In second place were Gar> Pitchfoid, formerly of Toron who plays out of Lucayan, th Bahamas, and Dick Munn Vancouver who had a 65 ove] the second ]8 holes. Munn, with five birdies, had five-under-par 31 on the fron nine before tailing off for a on over par 34 on the back nine Pitchford blamed his puttin for nob achieving a lower scor He had a four-under-par 32 o the front nine, but came horn in 35, one over par. Moe Norman of Gilford, Ont the leading money winner the Canadian lour this seaso with more than slippec to a in the second round for 36-hole total of 135, two stroke off the pace. At 136 was Gary Slatter Burlington, Ont., who had a paj 70 Friday after an openin round of 68. Bunched at 139 were Ron Wil ley of Vancouver, John Davis Burlington, Adrien Bigr'as Rosemere, Que., and Bob Cox o Richmond, B.C. Frank Fowler of Calgary an Jack Bisseggcr of Mon'trea both were tied with 140s. Fowle is 70-70 and Bissegger 72-68. Defending-champion Al Balpeii Monday Winston Churchill Bulldogs ill begin workouts Monday ef- emoon at the school grounds. The Bulldogs, who enjoyed eir finest season in the South- rn Alberla High School Foot- all League last year, will hit le practice field at each a" next week. Coach Pete Nuefeld invites eterans and rookies alike to ryout for the club which will ompHe in the expanded South- -n Alberta League this year itb the addition of three Medi- ne Hat clubs. Equipment checking will take ace at 3: 30 "Monday just prior the practice. NO-GO Dallas running back, Calvin Hill, (35) Is brought to a sudden but sure slop >y Cleveland Walt Sumner (29) afler a 3-yard gain. The action look place in tha 2nd quarter of the Dallas Cleveland exhibition game. Race results CALGARY (CP) Race result from Victoria Park Friday: First si ,400 claiming, 3-year-oIdr, 7 fui longs Kaps Call (Hedge) 4.90 3.90 ?.d( Andys Rouser (Whittle) 3.30 2.30, Mis Rouser (Perry) 2.90. Time: 3-5 Grin Fli, Big Lltllcbull, Col ml County, Dainty Echo, Silent Bell als Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up turlongs Pequlnna Prln c e s R a (Rasmussen 21.10 8.60 5.50, Terraro (Kipling) 3.60, Mfss (Jackowlflkj 3.3 Time: 3-5 Smoldering Embers, Tudor R., Chlm Cheree, Tally Blond, Flllbeans al: an. DAILY DOUBLE: 1107.30. Third allowance, 2-ycflr-olds, 7 fui ongs Mr. Tltui (Sladnk) 3.SO 2.70 3.60 Slack Rouser (Rosmussefi) 5.70 3.70 Demons IBlllingslcy) 3.20. Time: Ncrlnlands, Blue Pines, Malcolm We Jite, Palesllenna, Complolr also QUINELLA. 115JO. Fourin claiming, 4-year-oldi and up Va miles Stone (Sanchet) d.TO 4.4Q 3.00, Swing Leader (Kipling) 10.90 5.10, Scolllsh oldler (Bllllngsley) 3.30. Time: 35 Derricks Dancer, Peppy Pierre. Low uccess, Doolln Prince, Regicide also an. Fifth claiming, 4-year-oldi end up VB miles Fleet Brother (Sladnyk) 5.90 4.00 -10, Hot Flight (Blillngsley) 6.90 Western Arrow (Rasmussen) 2.70. 10: 1-5 I Hunk, Jasper Park, Bay Chief, Empress also run. XACTOR: 5134.40, sixtn claiming, 4 yeer-olds and up, furlongs Golden Compass (BllMngsley) 10.90 30 2.-JO, Kuckee Lad (Whittle) 3 60 10, Kool Copy (Morris) 2.50. Time: 4-5 Haydens Ace, Celtic also ra 's contract or live years? TORONTO (CP) Bobby T, Boslon Bruins' superdef- iccman, has lo n five- Mr part with Ihc National ockcy League club but liasn't t signed, says his legal ad- sor, Alan Eagloson. Orr was in Toronto lo receive flii Marsh Trophy ns Cnn- n's ouLsi finding nthlcle of 1370. Knplcson said Friday: "We've boon working on all summer and we've reached an n g r c c m e n I wilh I lie Boslon mnnapomcnl. H o h b y liasn'l signed a ponlrnrt, bul planning lo do llial at n press conference in Boston on Aup. "Now, in view of President N i x o n 's policy, we'll have lo posljwDa it." Winners to meet OTTAWA (CP) Canada's p college hockey team at the id of next season will face off [adust the leading American am for the first North Ameri- an collegiate hockey champion- ip. An agreement announced Fri- ay between the Canadian In- rcollegiate Alhletic Union and the National Collegiate Athletic Union of the United States es- tablishes an annual contest be- tween each country's league winners. The championship will be de- cided in a two-game total-point Sevenlh i claiming, 3-year-oldJ, 7 fur- longs Powerful Pop (Shields) 7.60 4.00 7 SO, Cindy's Sister (Parsons) 3.60, Fu- ture Session (S'adnyk) 2.60. Time: 3-5 Crescenl Slyle, Shewawlllle, Tls Fool- ery, Trans-Briar, Bonnte Brier Magfc Eighth 4-yes Si .500 claiming, and up, 7 furlongs Forcsl Heights (Jflckowlok) 5.00 3.70, Honorule (Morris) 15.EO 7.10, Boss (Sanchez) 5.50. Time: 1-5 Great Gale, Duchess Nan, Merry Mullet, Winning Gloree, Jel Courier also ran. QUINELLA: 147.1 n. Tarasov invited OTTAWA (CP) Anatoly Tarasov, the coach of Russia's national hockey team, has been ini-ited to talk football with of- ficials of the Canadian Ama- teur Football Association. Tarasov, in a .'is it to the United States this week, ex- pressed interest in football and in attending the camp of one of (Jie National Foot ball League teams. The football association said thousands of Canadians e n joy playing and watching the sport and its invitation to Tarasov was made "with the hope that many thousands more will be able to enjoy and participate in amateur footbal! tltroughout the world." SPORTS FANS! I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. One of ihe strongest jinxes in sports hislory h ov o r t I I around men who have won I the middleweight boxing championship of ihe world I Oddly enough, many of I the men wno held the middle- weight tillle died al early I 'ages, somelimes in mysler- Iious or violent ways For instance, Stan Kelchel who B was middleweight champ I Ifrom 1907 la 19 lO wai shot to death aV age 23 I Billy Papke, who held the I Ilille from 1911 to 1913 died mysteriously the year he lost I the crown Harry Greb [and Tiger Flowers, who were middleweight chomps in the I 1920s, both died unexpecl- Iedly afler minor surgery at young ages Vince Dun- I dee who held the title in 11933 died of a slronge par- _ alysis early in his life I And Marcel Cerdcn, who was I I middleweight champ in 1948- _ 49, continued the middle- I weiglit jinx when he was I killed In a plane crash en route to training for a fight. I Not tins time NANABIO, B.C. (CP) furse Fran Caldweli's Uiird at- empt to become the first wo- man to swim the Strait of Geor- p'a from Nanaimo to Sechelt in failure early Uiis mor- ning. Miss Caldivell, 29, of West ,'ancouver, was pulled from the water four hours and 15 minutes after starting. Slie had covered 5.6 miles of her 17.7- mile route. FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL 26' x 10' CABIN CRUISER Featuring sleeping and cooking accomodation, carpeted floor, cupboards, drinking water tank, leather seali, dgublo gas lank. REASONABLY PRICED Phone Alberta 327-9617 Did you know ihol golfer has been able lo the U.S. ment sincii 1951 Last man 1 do it was Ben Hogan, U.S. Open golf tourna- I two tlraighl yean "W TT Oddly enough, Juan Marl- I chal has never won ihe Cy Young Award as fhs best I pitcher in baseball, even I though he's averaged nlmost 20 wins every year he's I been in the majors, and has I won over 200 games more victories lhan any other pit- I cher active today. 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