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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta lEinDKIUWE SUMMER CLEARANCE SPORT JACKETS and SUITS Off rf M SPORT KNITS 4 Button. Canad- ian made. All col- ors. Sizes S-M-L. Reg. 10.00. 2-95 MEN'S JACKETS 2-95 Unlined. Canadian made. Assorted shades. Sizes 42. Reg. 6.95. SPORT SHIRTS Polyester and Cot- ton. Canadian made. Sizes M-L- XL Reg. 4.95- 6.95. 2 .95 WORK GLOVE5 Soft Leather Reg. 4.95 and 5.95 2.95 MEN'S REVERSIBLE JACKETS Canadian made. To size 46. Reg. 16.05. 9 .95 DRESS PANTS G.W.G. Polyester Washable. Reg. 20.00. SHIRTS Long and Short sleeve. Canadian made. Broken sizes. Reg. 6.95. 1 .95 BUY-RITE MEN'S WEAR 318 5th St. S. Wins third team croivn Quebec juniors land golf title Keeping a close watch Light Heavyweight champion Bob Foster keeps a close watch on Pierre Fourie of South Africa as Fourie continued to bore in during the fifth round of the title fight In Tuesday night. Foster successfully defended his title pound- Ing out a 15 round decision. Ths is the sale you've been waiting for I ALL SALES FINAL Open Thurs. Till 9 p.m. FREDERICTON Que- bec won its third junior inter- provincial team golf title Tues- then looked hungrily to the individual junior championship beginning today. The experienced and powerful Quebec squad stroked an 18- over-par 438 to defeat defending champion British Columbia by seven strokes. Out front for the Quebecers was Robbie defending junior champ who was the low individual for the 36 holes with a one-over-par 141. He is fa- vored to retain his title after ths 72-hole individual competition. Alberta's youthful tied for the lead with Quebec after the first finished third with while Ontario was fourth with 452. New Brunswick was fifth at followed by Manitoba at 466 Nova Scotia at Saskatche- wan at Newfoundland at 490 and Princra Edward Island at 501. Tournament rules were changed this year and only the three low scores daily from the teams are counted for the total. Under the old system of counting all Quebec would have won by 19 strokes. The rule was changed to give weaker teams 1 better says tournament officials. FIRED A 35 of He Bizard fired 35 and 36 Tuesday for a pne-over-par 71. He had brought in a 70 Monday. Jim an 18-year-old from Pitt was the other low scorer on the final round with a 36-35 for 71. So far none of the be- tween 15 and 18 years has managed an under-par round on the but precision yard Fredericton Golf Club course. Jackson says he came here hoping to shoot 66 or 67 but now feels even-par golf might win the individual title. he hasn't given up hope of firing a sub-par round. Alberta's downfall Tuesday came on the 218-yard a monster hole nicknamed the Hep Girdle. Doug the 15-year-old from Edmonton who put his tsam into the tie with Quebec on a 70 had severe problems with the hole. 37 on the front nine struggled off the back links with a 44 for 81. He took a four-over seven on the the link which cost Serge of eight strokes Monday. Jackson said the 17th made the difference for Quebec on the final round. The team was one- over on the monster Tuesday compared with six-over the pre- vious day. A small green protected by out-of-bounds on one side and bush on the makes the hole difficult. Most of the scores over the tyre days were higher than an- ticipated. Thivierge was 76-74 for while team mate Francois of Beau- port was 156 on rounds of 79 and 77. The second-best Quebec score came from Michel of Ste. Julie de Vercheres who had 147 on 74-73. Like he is a long-ball hitter and a zero handicapper. B.C.'s low man was Lee Has- of Victoria who com- bined a 72 Tuesday with a 73 for 145. Alan of Pitt Meadows was 75-74 for. and Nelford with 80 and the 71 for 151. Richard of Vancouver had 168 with rounds of 87 and 81. Ontario's fourth-place finish was somewhat surprising. That team had two zero handi- cappers in Sandy of Fonthill and Rick also of Fonthill. touted as one of the serious challengers to Jackson's finished with 151 qfter rounds of 77 and 74. Suja was Despite their problems Tues- Alberta showed strongly for such a young average age is The Que- bec average is and B.C.'s is 17. Quebec's win is its third in ths 15-year modern history of the team championships. It won in 1970 and in 1959. Ontario has won the title six B.C. but Alberta remains win- less. Also to be decided during individual junior championship is the juvenile title for golfers 16 and under. Tee-off time for the 166 golf- ers today was scheduled for 8 a.m. ADT a.m. Kozak wins CPGA senior championship Ont. Bill Kozak of Niagara won the Canadian Profes- sional Golfers Association sen- ior championship fin- ishing with a 54-hole score of 225. a professional at Rivers Oaks Golf had a five-stroke margin over Alfred Hill of and Stan Kolar of who carded 230s. The key to Kozak's victory was consistency he fired three rounds of 75 over the par-72 course. He picked up and the Spalding Cup for his victory in the largest field in seniors' his- tory. A total of 53 pros and 53 amateurs took chasing the largest purse. ever of- fered for event. After his win who played the final round in a four- some with former champion Stan Leonard of was a real thrill to beat Stan. This is the first time I've ever managed it. This is a tough course and with very few changes they could play the Ca- nadian Open Kozak actually played 21 holes Tuesday. He was on the 16th tee Monday when rain halted play and he had to start there before playing the final 18. He went par. the leader in Ihe club- house after Monday's fired a 78 on the final 18 while Kolar had a 76. Former champion Gerry Proulx of St. finished fourth at 231 with a 79 over the last 13. Leonard was tied for fifth at 232 with Dick Borthwick of An- and Frank Mann of Richmond Ont. I'VE XD A ROW Wl1 ME AUNT FLORRIEiCOULA 10 U PUT ME PAY BOARD LIKE tou WERE A LANDUADY IF DON'T MIND LANDLADY'S LIKE 'ER FRONT DOOR BEING- fiOLTED AT ELEVEN 0' CU3CK AT WE CAN TAKE IT IN TURNS AT GETTIN1 UP AFTER MIDNIGHT 10 LET THE LANDLORD IN.' I PO WITH SOME j Gould plans comeback SYDNEY Australia's Olympic gold Shane may make a comeback to competitive swimming later this it was learned Tues- day. Her mother. Shirley told The Associated Press that Shane has submitted several en- tries for the Australian winter national championships in Syd- ney.- Spurring on the Australian swimmer are the three world records set by East German girls in the European Cup swimming championships in Sobchuk gets a cool million City Hall advance The City Businessmen's Fastball League semi-final playoff series came to an abrupt halt with a pair of vic- tories at Dave Elton Park Tuesday night. Liberty Boilers and City Hall cleaned up their part of the best-of-three semi-finals by el- iminating Woolco and Auto Body respectively in two straight games. City Hall moved into the best-of-five championship final by scoring a 6-4 decision over Gough's while the Boilers edged Woolco 12-10 last night. Joe Karl bested Greg Bin- ning on the mound. Karl also aided his own cause with two safeties while George Gross chipped in with a pair of hits. Cam Burr managed two sin- gles in a losing cause. In the second match staged last Butch Lee blasted a pair of home runs and Rob Sloan added three singles to give the Boilers their hard- fought win. Al Pilling registered the ver- dict on the mound while Mar- vin Moser was tagged with the loss. Don McDowell had hammer- ed a three-run home run and a single for Woolco. CINCINNATI Cincin- nati's World Hockey Association franchise Tuesday signed 19- year-old Dennis a player the club believes will be the No. 1 draft choice of both the National Hockey League and WHA in 1974. who will stay wffii Regina Pats of the Western Canada Hockey League for the 1973-74 season agreed to a 10- year contract at a said William DeWitt execu- tive vice-president of Cincinnati Hockey Club Inc. Last season Sobchuk finished second in the WCHL scoring race with 67 goals and 80 as- sists for 147 points. DeWitt labelled Sobchuk the No. 1 junior player in Canada. He said the contract becomes valid in 1974 Sobchult be- comes eligible for the draft in both leagues. Under the of ihe fran- chise the Ciniim-rti whicto has yet to select a team has the first draft choice of 1974 in the WHA. at a hockey school in said his law- yers advised him to sign Cincinnati now. He said they felt there might be a common draft between the NHL and WHA in 1974 I could be Sobchuk said he was repre- sented in negotiations by Mon- treal lawyers Norm Caplan and Steve Heller. Cincinnati's franchise will not begin play in the WHA until 1974-75. DeWitt said players drafted by his group before the new team begins play will be sent to other teams on a loan basis. Canadian team scares Soviets Canadian Ski Patrol System 328-1741 dayt 328-8293 MOSCOW Canada came within a whisker of a ma- jor basketball upset Tuesday at the World Student but the powerful Soviet Union ral- lied for an 81-76 victory and a berth in the semi-final. should have beaten said dejected Canadian coach Paul Thomas of Windsor Ont. Bill a student at Si- mon Fraser University in Burn- stole the ball from the Russians and scored to pull Canada to within a point at 77- 76. Then the Russians missed and Canada had the ball with just 19 seconds left. the Canadians missed and the Russians scored two fast bas- kets. The defeat knocked Canada out of medal contention. The Russians held a 49-31 halftime lead and Thomas said his dub was playing keep The Canadians were 18 points behind at the three-quarter but stormed back and had Thomas thinking Can- ada-U.S. Thomas said Alex a native of Bumaby and a student at Robinson and Robbie another SFU student whose home is were the key men for his team. Official scoring gave Phil Tollestnip of a student at University of Leth- and George Rautens oi a student of Niagara University in Niagara 17 points each. Soviets are not unbea- the Americans should smash said Thomas. The were demolishing Czech- oslovakia 110-59 for their fifth straight win. The who have scored more than 100 points in all live now ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GEL 63 62 .504 60 62 .492 St. Louis Pittsburgh Chicago 59 65 .476 Montreal 59 65 .476 hiladelphla S3 66 .468 New York -ps Angeles Cincinnati San Francisco West 56 67 .435 77 48 .616 76 il .598 69 55 .556 3Vi Houston........ 69 55 .556 Atlanta 61 67 .477 San Diego......45 79 .363 31VS TODAY'S GAMES Cincinnati Norman at Chica- go Pappas san Diego Arlin at Philadel- phia Carlton San Francisco Earr at Mont- real Rogers Los Angeles Messersmlth at New York Stone St. pLouis Cleveland at Atlanta Schueler Pittsburgh Houston Roberts TUESDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati Chicago 200 000 4 10 1 012 tlO t 12 Tomlin Borbon and Jenkins and Du- dolph. Los Angeles New York 000 010 1 4 0 000 51 Sutton and Sadeckl and Grote. San Francisco 010 009 3 1 Montreal 000 100 1 5 1 Bryant and Renko Marshall McAnally and Boccabella. Pittsburgh Houston 000202 000 020 1 o Mcrlan and Wilson Crawford and Edwards. Edwards May St. Louis Atlanta 007000 13 1 .006032 11 15 0 Wise Pena Fokers Sprague and J. Niekro Neibauer Devin P. Niekro and Casanova. Wise Johnson Lum San Diego 203 ON I 10 1 Philadelphia 005 000 14 1 Corkins Romo Cald- well and Diorio Culver HRs Colbert Gaston Luczlnski LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Cin 528 91 182 .345 Hou 475 84 Ul .318 Pha 330 49 103 .312 Cin SF Hou SF Chi Mtl SF Home 443 55 138 .312 437 57 136 .311 396 66 123 .311 399 54 123 .308 423 66 130 .307 392 61 120 .306 482 104 146 .303 Runs Batted Pitching New AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L PCt. GBL Baltimore 70 52 .574 Detroit 68 57 .544 Boston 67 57 .540 New York 60 .531 Milwaukee 60 62 .492 Cleveland 51 75 .405 west Oakland 73 52 .584 Kansas City 72 55 .567 3Vi 4 5 10 21 Minnesota Chicago California 59 65 .476 13'A 59 66 .472 14 56 65 .463 15 Texat 43 TO .350 29 TODAY'S GAMES Chicago Forster at Cleveland Perry Minnesota Goltz at Baltimore Cueller New York McDowell at City Splittorff Boston Tiant ar at Texas Clyde Detroit Coleman Oakland Odom Milwaukee Slaton Califor- nia singer TUESDAY'S RESULTS Ctrcago 010 020 4 I B Cleveland 001 000 000-0 1 0 Bahnsen and Tl- cirow and Ellis. Orta 000100 ooo- 1 t 001 001 7 10 0 Blyleven and lackscn and Williams. New York 1 Kansas City 022 010 5 11 0 Peterson McDaniel and Mingorl Hoerner and Healy. 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