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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETIIBRIDGE HERALD Mondqy, Auijuil 73, 1971 i t vt' t Domi.ni.oii title Cubs capture Alberta crown 1'he liiw n( averages is said Ilin pill tlicir heavy iirlil- In Iwo out of three. (Yiglilon Culis didn't wait unlil tlicir lliirtl chance al the Alberta sc'iiior baseball lillc. k'ry to use and drubbed Edmon- lim Cnlls 12-.1 lo win Uic Alburla senior crown. The Cubs rocked four Colt pitchers for 111 bits. the Colts. Earlier in Ihc day the picked up the victory Colls t to King's servings for ivin forcing (lie decidin iiuip. came hack in the scc- Dennis King, owl encounter and Ixslcil Hlcn Sunday evcnuig in Edmonton gained personal revenge against i Winder in flic final. Winder had Wili fulfilled promise by winning Canadian title TITLE AND TROPHY-Wilf Homenuik of Winnipeg poses Sunday with (he Canadian Professional Golfers' Associa- tion tournament trophy, which he won for the second lime wilh a 72-hole total of 273, seven under par. He also won the championship in 1965. steal the show ir.T> The prlM radian rccorck bri garnered must of Ihe glory at Ihe two-day meet. ru !hrm in Lhc Canadian junior' and senior track and field championships on the weekend. Paced by a duo from British Columbia, (lie female athletes repealed Ihcir recent Pan-A- merican Games performance and lefl (heir male connlcrparts as also inns. Prnm and SU'phanie Prrfn from Vancouver picked up five gold medals and two Gi- Clark released Miss May kjiocked 9-10 sec- onds off the 300-metre hurdles mark wilh a run of 26.9 seconds. Miss Bcrlo blazed through Ihc 200-mcLre nm, shaving 2-10 of a second off the existing record with a 23.3 performance, Tlie perky Miss May uses an unusual sUmdnp slnrt for Ihc 200-metre hurdlc.s, disclaim'ig the starting blocks that mo it competitors favor. She said the only reason phc SASKATOON (CP) Homenuik fulfilled a and Gary Slatter was surprised lie finished second. For Homenuik, 33-y e a r -o 1 d Winnipeg veteran, the promise was worth after Jie won the Canadian Professional Golf- e r s' Association tournament Sunday for the second time with a 72-hole total of 273, seven under par. He struggled to a fi- nal-round 73, three over par. He won the championship in 1955 with a 54-hole total of ?I5. It was his first tournament vic- tory since mid-May when he also won in a U.S. Satel- lite tournament at Shreveport, La. i Slatlcr, from Burlington, Ont., who thought h e would finish with P. respectable score but also believed "other golfers would be collected ?3.500 in the tournament. He had a 277 total wilh scores of and n final round 67 including an eagle on the par- five, 495-yard 16 hole. Homenuik, with earnings of about from Ihe United Stales and Canadian lours (his season, said lie was (Indicating the championship lo his father who died in May. "My brother, Stan, and I told him that one of us would win the cup during Saskatchewan's homecoming the former Yorkton. Sask.. resident told a crowd of about Iloincmiik .said ho never felt any pressure during the final 13 holes and just wanted to come in wiih a respectable score. At on? Lime he was 11 under par, slipped on the back nine Wilhlaking a Iwo-over-par and a promise thrce-over-par on Ihc hist two holes at Sulton, Mass a week ago. almost decided lo forgel tmirnamenl golf. Meanwhile Pain Darnell of Charlotte, N.C., scored her first tournament victory on the Lad- ies Professional Golf Association lour Sunday by shooting a zling lour-under-par GO and tak- ing Ihe S20.000 SouUigate Open. Her 5-t-hole lolal was 210, six under par. The 27-year-old roared past .loAnne Carncr, who had a five- stroke lead going into Sunday's lH-holc play. Ontario wins Little League MONTREAL (CP; When the Canadian champions from Brockvillc, OnL lake Lo the field against Ilau'aii Tuesday in flicir first conlcsl at (he Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa., (heir hopes will ride mainly on Dan Collison's right arm. entered the hurdles was because I wi'h a three-over-par 37. she knew show could set a i TOOK SIX record. EDMONTON CP i Rusty I Tllis is Uic lasL the ?00- Clark. a quarterback from I metre Curdles will be an offi- released lodav bv wnlly-sanctioncd event and Miss Edmunlon Eskimos of ilia Cana-: 1Iav her name on the On the par-four, 460-yard 171h Iiolo, he took a two-over-par six when he went into the trees, prompting Slatter, who had fin- ished his round, to remark: "IE dian Football Lcr.guo. Clark, who has been back-tip for quarterback Don Trull, will j Sllc took spot m pet a five-dav Irvout -.nth the hurdles and the long jump record books bcfoic the event i llc 'akcs nine strokes to get out i of there. I've got a chance for money, Homenuik took Lee, Bailey lead way at races Don Lee of Brooks and nc Bailey of Lelhbridge wci'o Ihe only double winners in Southern Alberta Aulo Racers action Sunday evening al Exhi bition Speedway. Lee. in C class car No. 76, lee1 off with a victory in Ihe speed dash and then look the checkered flag in Ihe sevenlh British Columbia Lions. Clark, once tabbed as the Es- kimos' quarterback of the fu- ture, said be is "pretty hitter'' about gelling so little playing lime. SIMPSONS SEARS Solves Hot Water PRICES START AS LOW AS ,98 Call 328-9231 For Fast, Low Cost Installation Following her record- breaking 200-metre run she jogged across the infield lo win the long jump. Miss Berto also took lop spot in the ICG-metre sprint. Miss Berto took a gold medal at the Pan-Am Games in Cali, Colombia and Miss May took n bronze in the hurdles ant] a sil- ver in the pentathlon. Debbie Brill, another British Columbia alliJeLo and gold win- ner at Cali, gave a repeat per- f o r m a n c e with her stylized "Brill taking top spot in the high jump finals with a 5 ft. 11 in. leap. Mike Mason had a bad day Saturday in (he long jump, jumping too soon with the wind at his back, but managed lo Lake home a gold medal to Bur- i nahy, B.C. The wind, however, at 3A mph was too strong to allow his jump of 2o ft. 11 in. to stand as ;t Canadian record. George Smilli nf t.hr Lofh- hrirlgc Track and Field Club earned a pair of .second place finishes in the men's senior 400-metre race. Saturday he was ninncr-np (o FjCighLon Hope of Toronto and Sunday he was second behind Bill Gardiner ol Toronto. Stuart Runnings, of Lhe Leth- bridge club placed third in the senior javelin while Jay Dalil- 1 gren was third in the senior' women's javelin. iTT-par five on the par-four, 290-vard Jtllh hole when he went into a sand trap, then over I green. He look his lime and ended a five while playing partner Bill Wakcham n[ Cowichan Station, B.C.. picked up a birdie. CPGA directors selected Homenuik and Moe Norman of Gilford, OnL.. as Canada's rcp- race. Bailey, on Ihe other hand, won the sixth and ninth races in his V-3 Sportsman. No. 5. There were no main event brooke-Lennoxvillc, races Sunday as rain made the I out 14 en route to Tlie five-fool, 10-incli fire- bailer registered two no-hitlers in the Canadian championships last week, including a 2-0, 10- slrikcpnl masterpiece over For est Hills, B.C.. Saturday, which gave BrockvilJc [lie litle. Brockyiile scored a run in the first inning when Larry Croofce crossed Hie plate after a passed ball charged lo B.C. catcher Tom Thorelensen. Crooke had walked and stole two bases lo get lo third. Collison, who was on second en the passed ball, was out at horne when he also tried to score. Crooke also scored Brock- ville's only other run in the fourth inning on a mid pitch by Brian Bafaro. Bafaro gave up only one hit, striking out 10 and walking tour in a losing cause. Collison was in trouble only once when he walked Mike Spencer and Ross Cooper in Ihc fourth inning. "That was about the only lime I got the youngs- ler said afler Lhc game. SKO.VE CN MOMMY first mceling. Tbc Cubs knocked Winder out of Ihe box in Ihc seventh inn- ing when Ihey paraded 15 lo Ihc plalc, scoring nine runs, lip until that poinl in Ihe game tlie Cubs had been held score- less. Cubs and met three limes Sunday wilh Ihc Cubs lop- ping the Irost eliih in tlie other game. I. was a big weekend for Bruce GuJlett Cubs' catcher. The slocky backstop was voted the mosl valuable player in the two day tournament. He strenglhened his position in Ihe ballolting with three hits in the final encounter. Tony Satellite, Cubs right- fielder, stroked four safeties lo pace the triumph in (he final game. Sliorlstop Alhol Thomas als' came up with a three-hit performance. Cubs now advance lo the Ca- nadian senior baseball cham- pionships set for Kenoshee, Sask. Labor Day weekend. Saturday the Cubs came up wilh an 8-4 victory over Peace River Slampeders as Greg Lazamk picked up Ihe viclory over Al Herbert. Tlie Lethbridge club had a 4-3 decision lo their credit over the Slampeders as well. Olher game saw the Colls trounce Czar 9-1 and Peace ANDY CAPP FOR THE LAST TIME-NO' I RAISE S POCKET _ if WELL, IN THAT CASE, COLH.B VER LET ME AVE THE SAME MONEY l MORE OFTEN? 14-7. Race results Moo, clafmlng, 4-ycar-olds and up, 'oy's Taffy (Whillle) 76.30 9 JO S 3D, Courleous (Shields) J 00 190 (McCaulcy) 2.PO. ie: 15 Bambl. Hey Joker, Roman Scholar, Grand Badge. Caha d n Ca- per also ran. Second si.500 claiming, year elds, NV'-h Boy fHunl] 71.50 15.011 7 70 BendiCs Jewel (Hedge) 12.40 6.40, Ob- ligation (Rasniussc-n) 3 10 Time: 1-24 3-5 Clothes Fasnion. Tigor Tratks, H img Hcpe, Sandra's Made, F o Trade ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE illsburgh hicago 1. Louis t. Pcf. GBL 55 53 Wesl -5M .535 .500 I AMERICAN LEAGUE East W I Baltinioro .1 Detroit 47 Boston New York Washington .53 Cleveland 5J fa a DAILY DOUBLE: Third fu Collison's heroics were confined to Saturday's final game, In Monday's opener against the Quebec champs from Shcr- Iie struck no-hit win SMQO claiming, 3-ycar olds, Jonrjs i Cryogenic (Coombs) 5.30 300, not Marys Fancy (Stadnyk) B.70 4.30, Blessedwilrispced (Billlngsley) 2 SO Tims: 1-5 Roaring Freddy, Blaie Of Speed, Mister Rundel, Kalhy's Counly, Clever Boy also ran. QUINELLA: track too The main events and then pitched 3 1-3 innings of rcsontnLivcs in World Cup com- eighth. will he purl of next Sunday's races. Three drivers shared lop hon- ors in the three B class races run off. Lindy Smith topped the field in Lhe speed dash and I hen Jack followed with a victoiy in the fifth race of the evening. Hon Boyce won the A Vote for Richard Barton is a Vote for Effective Representation for Lethbridge East RICHARD BARTON PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE Authorized by Richard Barton Campaign Committed petition lo he played in Novcm- ber at Palm Beach Gardens Fla. Four strokes hack of Ifomcn-. uik were Dirk Munn of Vancou- j ver, held second place after T-I ''lit slid a 72 final, and j In Uic only other C class r.icps Butc'fi Marten of Brooks emerged the winner of race number four and Don Coutls race number 11. Tom look the check- Wakeham. Both had 277 totals J eiTcl flag in Lhc V'r> Sportsman for S3 Meanwhile in Philadelphia Tom Weiskopf said Lhe toughest Ruy he had to beat in the Philadelphia Golf Clas- sic Tom Weishopf. "I won on sheer determina- tion and desire and it was tlie most rewarding lournamcnl I've won except maybe for my said the 211-year-old Chicagoan afler shooliug a 11- unricr par 274 lo win the first prize by one stroke nvrr Dine Jlill and two better than Jark Mcklaus. Weiskopf shot rounds of (17-71- and Nicklaus George Knudson of Toronto came through wit'i his second straight 69 for a total of 277. He all alone in fourth place and ivon IIJ.s first two rounds were 71 and IIH. "I proved something lo my- said Weishopf, who nflcr .speed dash. Top poinl-gcllers Sunday in- cluded Butch Marlon in C class wilh six, Wayne Bailey in V-8' wilh nine and Jack Roberts in B wilh eight. In the special claimcrs race Sunday, almost the same as D class racing. Cd Miller was the, winner. hitlcss relief in another contest. Tn all, the 12-year-old pitched IT) 1-3 innings, gave up no hits and struck out 33 baiters. Collision anct Crooke proved the heroes in Saturday's two games for Brockvillc. Little Larry, who stands four- feet, six-inches and wciglis 85 pounds, came in as a relief pitcher for his cousin Gerald Crooke who had started, and hold off Forest Hills in the 8-3 win which forced Lhc afternoon Gerald, who was moved lo first base, belted a three-run homer which capped Uic win. Ijclhbrklge Lakeside finished third in Lhc tourney. claim miles Bchi Bc-hi King Dreamc Sheil, ie: ng, J-year-olds and Norns) 11.30 i 30 7. (Sladnyk) i 70 2. Piralc, Lolila's Hope, Norlh- Fitlh claiming, 4-ypBr-olds and up, Super Quill JMcCauley) 17.BO G.IO 5.50, Common Markcl (Hedge) J.20 3.70, Lillle Baffle (Jackowiak) 280 Time: 2-5 Bum Money, Flying Phil, H L James, Haydcn's Belle, Silk 9ulton also ran. EXACTOR: Sixth claiming, 3 year olds, V miles Natural Power fHunl) M .10 fi.40 3.J Some Hand (Parsons) 10 370, Gel Lal-cl (Sladnyk) 3.00. Timp: d-5 Glory Pago, TaMy Boy, Kool Tur Track 'Scratch: Tiojan War Sevcnlh SI.600 claiming, and 1U 1 furlongs -a Tip (SanchPT) 16 BO 7.-10 i. 91 Gypsey (Pardons) 10..10 6 00 QuillaKon INorris) 570. San Franciicc Los Angeles Houston Cincinnati f] 66 ..m IP? San Diego 81 .367 77 TODAY'S Los Angeles Sutton 12 10 si Mon- treal Morion 9-H N San Francisco Carrllhers el Mew York MeAndrew 0-4 N Sen Diego Norman 2-10 at PMlfl- delphig Wise 12 10 N Cfncmnafl Gullelt al Clifcagj Pizarro 4-7 Plllsburah Glass 11-6 and Brjles 5-2 or Moose" 7-7 ol Atlanta Hlekro 1MO and Kellcy 1-s. TN Sf. Louis Gibson 11-11 at Houston Wilson 11-7 N SUNDAY San Francisco 021 DM 371 Montreal 300 131 6 11 1 Cumberland, Barr (O-l) (j) Hamil- ton (6) McMahon (7) and Dlclz; Me- AnaMy (frO) and Baleman. HRs: Gallaqer Sfauo (11) Los Angeles 100 010 1 t 0 Philadelphia 010 100 3 8 1 Osleen (12-B) Pena (71 and Fergu- son; Hcyno'.Gs l-i-5) Wilson is) and McCorver. HR: SI. Louii did 15 1 Allanla OQQ 000 4 n 1 Reusi Taylor (B) and 5irr- mons; Reed (12-P) Barber (3) Hcrbel (5) Priddy (9) and WllllBms. HRs; (i) Torre j San Diego OCI 100 t 1 I New York DID 030 12 Arlin (Mi) Phoebus Kelley (81 and Kendall; Gentry (10-9) McGrdv, (9) and Grole. HR- (23) Pittsburgh 301 000 0 Cincinnati 107 2D1 600 Briles (5-3) (3) Miller (6) and May; Nolan (11-12) and Benth. HR: (101. 10J 010 IT 1 Chicago 002 3 7 1 Blatmgame, Ray (9-3) (B) and Hi I; Pappas (15-11) Regan (9) and anniizaro, Marlln HR: filson Oakland Kanscs Cify tJir 50 76 .3J7 11 n Jfl TODAY'S GAMES Vorl; I'll p! land odom B-V N Minnesois 1-3 el De'rnil Cain 5 B IJ SUNDAY Chicago mo no P n ClBvelsnd fllO 3 D 1 Wood (17-7) Johnson f6) Herrmann. Dunning (8-11) Ballinger Colb-rl (S) and HRs: Andrewi (11) Mgy Cle-R. Fos- ter FIRST Boslon ..100 010 S T 1 Oakland 100 200 993 Moret Lee (7) Bolm (7) Brell fB) anij Joscphion Odom (89) Kncwics (7) Grant (7) and Duncan. HRs- Bos -Pelnrs Oak-Duncan SECOND Boslon Ml 110 3 B Oakland 100 ooo 350 Sic-berl (1 i-E) and Mcnloomcry; ?r. .i (T-i) arid HRi. Oak ampanrris Jackson New York 000 000 0 f 3 California 010 Ml 173 Peforson (13 e) Hambrrgh! (7) and Brbmilh (13-12) and Tor- Cal-5pefic5r "4) Repc: HRs. (111. Minnesota Open scries viclory ALBUQUERQUE, N..M. f AP) Victoria, B.C. pushed four runs across the plate in the third inning on jusL liils and ivcnt on lo a 4-3 victory over Orion ousted bv Provost PROVOST, Alia. (CP) An "-4 victoiy over Orion Com- bines jjave ITovost Nationals Ihc Albcrla Bison base hall Lrriguc championship Sunday. They won a best of three sciics 2-1 and will go to the western Canada Siscn pionships, for players 19 years old and younger, at Lloydmin- sler, Labor Day weekend. Orion won the opener SaUir- ic: itJerRoy. D.irk goeasy, Racerllic, C Girl. Paddy ..._ _, ______ Samsola, Fla., Sunday in Uic day G-2 but u-as dumped 12-6 first, round the Eabc Iliith I in Uic second and never rccov- WorM Scries. I crcd. 7 lurlonqs Sweet Byeandbye (Rasmussen) 12.1 -1.50, Penicillium (Whillle) f.H 5.50, Camel Train (Shields) 350 Timn: 1-5 Ky Quill, Bitj Dan, Johnny N Lucky Bush also ran. Ninlh 31.500 claiming, J-ypJir-olda 7 furlongs Alitrust (Hcdnc) 310 7.10, To! King (Rasmusscn) 3.70 2.JO, Chuckl On (Coombs) 5 .10. Time: 1.27 L5 Pnnce Dally Hifih, Cdnsdian Arc'n Mister Ridcahoul also ran. QUINELLA: 19.10. Track Scralches: Lil-f A Cliectah Grin Tin Tin DIES SUNDAY HAMILTON (CP) Brian Timmis, n member of Canada's fonlball Jlnll of Fame, died in hospital .Sunday at Uie age ol 71. He had been ill for .several montb.s- Team McLaren Allison survives rough race By Tin-; CANADIAN PHKSS Hob'iy Allison won a fender- banpinR contest and narrowly survived a last-lap wreck Sim- day lo take Ihe Talladcga, Ala., rxiO-mik; slock race. to-bumper the last 50 miles of the race, Tbc victory was for Allison, bringing his toUil for Uw "rti.son to col- Irclncl for second place i i n M i now NASCAIt's Allison Iticli.'inl I'nHv j rjrs, l.ho linn liy onds after slinking loose from a wrrr r-; six drivors hcrnro Alii' final Inp collison Pclly rind Tele Hamillon thai sent Hamilton oi.'i of I ho race. Allison and Pctly admitted tlirrc bad been considiTnhlo nl miles per hour as the three drivers bat- tled hide-Icicle and huuipcr- .son gained conlrol wil.h only eight laps lo po. AmoiiR Lho fir.sl to drop from Llio nice was hrollirr Dnnnie Al- lison, [lie pole winner at n speed oC in.p.li. His Mercury led three limes before the on- ginc failed after 44 laps, Allison averaged 145.915 miles an hour, (.renting a crowd of lo a brilliant display of driving. In conlrast lo Allison's nerv nils victory, Jackie Stewart of Scotland breezed to an easy win over team McLaren drivers Denis 1 Inline and Pete Kcvson in a Can-Am nice at the Mid- Ohio course near Lexington. Slcwart took Uic load from McLnrens's Kcvson on the 72nd lap and coasted home lo bis sec- ond viclory in five races this Swiss star Jo Siffort was sec- ond, Tony Adamowicz third, Mueller fourth and Chuck Parsons fifth. R e v r. o n '.s McLaren broke j when he gave the load to Stew- art. Ilulmc's No. 1 machine bad pine out earlier with mechani cal linger McCaig of MOOPP Jaw., Knsk., was l.'lth in ,-j Mclxircn Mfi-K. He finished fi-1 laps. In other weekend activity, Roger McCluskey won his fifth straight USAC stock car victory in Milwaukee, averaging m.p.b, for Ihc 200 Japs around (he mile oval. i SATURDAY Houilcn 3 Chicago 0 Cincinndfi 6 3 New York 1 San Diego 1 Philadelphia 3 Los Angelei 0 Atlanta B SI. Louis 5 Montreal d San F-ancisco 1 FOOTBALL SCORES SUNDAY Bulfalo n New England IS fjcw York Jefs 11 New York Gianfs ]J Dc'rcil 23 Ballimore 20 San Frcnciaco 2B San Diego 17 SATURDAY Oakland; 20 Los Angeles Washington 20 SI. Louis 13 Grpon Day 10 Miami 7 Atlanta 21 Dr-nver 10 Ksoias Cily 17 New Orleflni 7 Houslcn II Philadelphia Minneiula 3d Chicago 14 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division t Man Uniled 3 Arsen.il 1 Division IV 1 Harllepools 0 SmithF-nd .1 Darlington 0 SlocKport 2 Bury 2 100 000 B col Oil t 1 oven Cr.rbin (6) lims (7) Haydcl 16) and I McHdHy (li-J) Wall IB) and El barren. HRs; O: E Buford (17) Johnson Blair Washinglon 000 OCO Kansas City 160 D30 4 Brown P'na (5) Cox (B) and Billinos; Spi'Morfl (6-6) and Kirkrai- rick. HR: Wash-Eurrughs (3) Milwaukee 100 001 7 5 1 Detroit ODD 1DO 000- 1 6 0 Pattin (11-13) Sanders (7) end Pod- H3-6) and Prcehan. HR: Dcl-G. Brown SATURDAY Cleveland Cliicsqo Dctrgjl 7 Milwaukee 2 Oakland J 1 8 Kcnsas Ciiy 5 California 2 N'rw YorV 1 MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS SUNDAY Inlernallonal League Charleston 9 Syracuse 6 Poflie5fer 7 I A Winnipeg 3 lidcwaler 5 3 To'cdo 1 t I Pacific Coasl Loagus I Incomn 7 Snokane 2 1 Tucson 12 Salt Lake CMy 7 1 Phoenix 7 Hawaii 6 Portland 1-2 Eugene 0 1 I PRO FOOTBALL :SATURDAY lntornanon.il J Richmond 9 Winnipeg s Rncnestcr 10 Louisville 1 Syracojc 11 Cl'flrJrsfon 13 Tidewaler el Toledo notl rjln Pacific i Hawaii fl Tacoma 1 Salt Lak.e B 5 Eugene at Porllflnd ppd., rain Available in 6 in. dia., 38 ft. length 8 in. dia., 63, and 70 ft. lengths DOLLAR, AUGERS MOVE IT FASTER AND EASIER. 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