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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTHBRIDOE IIERAID Saturday, Auguil It, 1970 Bombers Meet Tiger Cats Tonight EXPOS WIN IT ALL The Expos won the lethbridge Big League title recently al Henderson Park. The winners are, left to right, front row, Brian Sedgewick, Ken Nak- oma, Doug Nakama and Brian Veres. Back row, left to right, manager Steve Pocza, Mark Haslam, Randy Andrea- chuk, Terry Pocza, Dennis Mezei, Greg Hamilton, Rick Andreachuk, and coach Bill Andreachuk. Missing were Ron Woodman, Jack DeHeer, Marty Maxwell, Brian Max- well. Canadian PGA Enters Final Stages Balding Leads By Three Strokes By IAN MacLAINE BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) The course was tougher but the birdies were just as plentiful for Toronto's Al Balding who took the lead Friday in the Canadian Professional Golfers' Associa- tion tournament. Balding fired a 68 lo go with Thursday's 69 and a 137 total to lead Gary Bowerman. also of Toronto, by three strokes head- ing into today's tln'rd round of the 72-hole, tournament with going to the winner. The 46-year-old regular on the United States Professional Golf- ers' Association lour carded five Stackers Go Sunday Native Sons In Action Lethbridge Native Sons will the Alberta seek a berth in Lacrosse League and Sunday afternoon and they will be in the friendly confines of the Lethbridge Arena to do so. Sons, in their first year of operation in the five-team league, last weekend came up with their strongest showing of the season to gain a berth in the semi-finals by stopping Ed- monton Shamrocks twice. The locals face another big test tonight at eight and again tomorrow at two when they host Edmonton Glenora Blues in a two-game, total-point se- ries for the right to meet Ed- monton Larks m the final. Meanwhile Sunday evening at Exhibition Track the South- ern Alberta Auto Bacers will stage another 14-race card with the feature being the demon- event. The winner of the demolition is the last car left :hat is still running after a se- ries of crashes, head-on and rear-end. There will also be a special go-cart race for 14-year-olds and under. Time trials start at with CALGARY (CP) Race results Frl- cay from 'Victoria Park: First 51 claiming, 3-year-old maidens, 7 furlongs. Twiligf.t Mood (Roe) 34.40 14.20 Furious Flight (Whittle) 3.BO 2.80, Swif- fle (Stadnyk)