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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta V 12-THE LETHBRIPGE HERALD Friday. Augu.t 23. 1974 It Is Not Too Late To Register .1 AU UllUTCn It Is Not Too uaie i o negwer YOUR HAWAIIAN WINTER VACATION Now Enjoy Luxurious 74? Rafli.UK Now Wtth ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL IAGE MALL________________PHONE 328-3201 Herald Sports Pocza captures high jump title CALGARY (CP) Vic Quan of Calgary won the 100- and 400-metre Alberta Summer Games track cham- pionships Thursday edging out tellow Calganan Steve Shandro to take both titles Quan edged Shandro by less than one-tenth of a second in the 100 metre event with both runners officially crossing the finish line in 115 seconds Quan was ruled to be the Wagon races scheduled for Chuckwagon racing and the RCMP Musical ride will be featured in front of the Lethbndge Exhibition grandstand tonight at 7 30 More than 30 chuckwagons will be in the running for the 000 in prize money over the two day three performance show co sponsored bv the Lethbndge Exhibition Board and Labatts Brewery The wagons will hit the track again Satur- day afternoon at 2 and at 7 30 the same evening The top names in the chuckwagon business, including Dave Lewis Tom Glass the Dorchesters Dallas Garv and Tom Ralph Vigen Ward Willard and Larry Meade Three wagons will be on the track for each race and as many as 10 heats are scheduled The results of the races will be highlv instrumental in deter mining the 1974 Cana- dian champion driver as this is the last race of the season The drivers are bunched so tight in the standings that it is possible than even the 10th place wagon could move up and challenge current front runner Kelly Sutherland Brent Seelv will han- dle the announcing chores for the races Tickets are available at the Exhibition grounds winner on the basis of an electronic timing of the race Quan won the 400-metre event in 51 seconds flat, topp- ing Shandro who crossed the finish line 2 7 seconds later to take a second silver medal Alex Ulaszonek of Calgary won the men's metre event in 2 25 7, four full seconds slower than the record George Bell of Calgary was second in 2 26 6 Kim Jeffery of Grande Prairie shaved 1 2 seconds off her preliminary 400-metre time to take the women s final in 57 seconds flat Jane Craig of Calgarv was second in 59 6 seconds two seconds better than her preliminary time Shawna Miller of Edmonton Olympic Track Club won the women s metre challenge race in 2 56 flat 2 2 seconds faster than Cathy Horner of Calgary Spartans Track Club Harvie Pocza of Lethbndge won the men s high jump title clearing five feet, 11 inches Nelson Stockwell of Rockvford Alta won the men s javelin event, throwing the spear 44 36 metres Carol Welk of Edmonton topped the field in the women's long jump with a mark of 4 98 metres In other events in the four- day provincial competition a team from Brooks, won the sychromzed swimming crown with 51 33 points The team of Kerrv Beasley, Sandy Clarke Margie Highest and Florence Schaap finished 133 points ahead of a team from Lethbndge Ron Butlin general chairman of the Games said he was very pleased with the support given the various events by residents of Calgary We had a very large turn- out at the track and field maybe as many as 1 500 people, he said We also had a large crowd at the un- iversity pool for the swimm- ing and diving They were very enthusiastic and gave the kids a lot of support The Games a Sport Alberta project financed by the Alberta government, involved about 25 600 participants in elimination games on the regional level This is the first year for the Summer Games The 1975 Games will be held in Red Deer Our favorites Lethbndge Norcrest was edged out in the Cana- dian Little League finals but they know they are No 1 in the hearts of Lethbndge people. The fellows are, front left to right, Clark Bosch, Dick Reedyk and Mark Szucs Middle row, left to right, Craig Nyrose, Merylen Visitors dominate gals amateur, Massey continues to punish course EDMONTON (CP) The foreign contingent remained in control at the Canadian Women s Amateur Golf Championship Thursday holding five of the top eight spots in the 94-competition field after 36 holes Debbie Massey of Bethlehem, Pa who wrecked the par 75 Edmonton Golf and Country Club layout with a course record 70 on opening day for a three shot lead, increased her margin to five strokes with a casual 73 on the second day The only player who appeared to be within reach was Amy Alcott, 18-year-old standout from Pacific Palisades Calif, who had a 73 for a 148 total five shots behind Miss Massey as the field was cut to the low 60 and ties Four shots further back was another American, Peggv Conley of Spokane Wash tied with Betty Cole of Ed- monton who soared to a 79 after an opening 73 had left her m sole possession of se- cond spot American Katie Falk of Milwaukee, Wis and British B.C. golfers leading WINMPEG (CP) The What's good for you has to be good for us. When you buy a new or used car to satisfaction, you'll tell others how u ell you did at our dealership (The same service You'll talk about the sated as well as the consideration receii ed We lalue tiord of-mouth endorsement of our simple busmen We can tali about being competitue mm But only can reallv prove it j J 1974 COMET 4 DOOR SEDAN One of 10 Mavericks and Comets in stock This one was 011 70 GOOD FOR YOU PRICE Nidkwa Golf and> Club course was easy playing Thursday for young British Columbians Robert Watson of White Rock and Dave Rox- burgh of Vancouver Watson, a 22-year-old Seat- tle University student needed fewer than 25 putts to card a four-under-par 67 for the first round lead in the Canadian amateur golf championship Roxburgh took full advan- tage of lofty approaches to stickv greens for a two under 69 James Fair of Daly City, Calif William Wellman of Huntmgton, W Va, Barry McKenzie of Winnipeg, Ken Doig of Seaforth, Ont, and Bob Beauchemin of Victoria were all three strokes off the pace with 70s The course played relatively easv, Watson said 1974 CAPRI 2 DOOR SPORT Yellow with black XSE side lettering Was 10 CLEARING OUT AT 1974 MUSTANG One of five In stock and priced to sell at 60 1974 PINTO 2 DOOR 4 cylinder 4 speed with value option package Color it red and clearing out 10 FOR MUM A VEMV superior motors "The One Best Deal" TABER, ALBERTA PHONE 223-3537 JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT bowl this: season at DOWNTOWN BOWLADROME Evening and week end leagues now being formed Evening leagues at 7 and 9pm Monday through Friday Youth Bowling Leagues for all boys and girls 6 years of age and up run on Saturdays at 9 30 am 12 10 and 3 00 p m in both 5 Pins and 10 Pins Registration for these Y B C leagues is this Saturday August 24th Registration fee 50 For further Information on bowling at your friendly DOWNTOWN BOWLADROME Phone 328-7122 319A 7th St. South Remember that DOWNTOWN is where the fun is and the prices are the lowest after taking six birdies his first time i" the national championship Usually I m strongest going from tee to green, but I'm cer- tainly pleased with my put- ting It s not the best I've shot I once did a 63 The opening round was post- poned Wednesday by heavy rain and a lightning storm Play began Thursday and the low 70 and ties face a double- round 36 Saturday the final day That rain left the course a lot better said Rox burgh It was awfully dry during the one practice round I shot earlier in the week You need straight drives on this course, and the best part of my game is driving, which I did well today I also could hit good iron shots that stuck on the green because of the rain Despite having trouble on the longer putt, Roxburgh still managed five birdies and was one over par on just three holes visitor Mary Everard, also were in the leading group Miss Everard had a 75 and tied Marlene Streit of Toronto for fifth place at 153 Mrs Falk was tied with Liz Hoff- man of Toronto at 154 Two others both Americans, made the top 20 Carol Semple of Sewickley, Pa had a 77 for 156 and Alice Dye of Delray Beach, Fla had 77 for 159 Semple, Conley and Massey reached the semi finals of the linited States women's amateur last weekend Lethbridge s Barb Home was in at 87 Miss Massey, 23, who said she hit some poor iron shots and suggested she is so tired from seven consecutive weeks of golf that she might have trouble playing well the rest of the way This isn t a tough course, she said 'It's fair, but it isn't long and long courses make the difference if you're tired Miss Conley a teacher who, like Miss Alcott, once won the U S junior title, had the best round of the day, a four un- der par 71 She explained it simply After what I did Wednes- day there was only one way to go up, or down, if you like I knew I had to play better to avoid being embarrassed LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Ltvtl 7lh Strwt Shopping Mall UlhbrMgt, Allwrta PhWM (403) 320-7411 Store Hours Open 9 a.m. to p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday. Closed Saturdays. Baseball tourney set for weekend Bunnage, Barry Coghlm, Rod Tomita, Jamie Coghlm and Lance Gilchrist Back, left to right, manager Jim Szucs, Bruce Lyon, Mark LIZZI, John Gardm, Gordon Melnyk, Warren Keith and coach Mike Prokop Eight teams will be vying for top honors over the weekend at the first annual CJOC Little League Baseball Tournament Teams from Moose Jaw, Edmonton, Pincher Creek, Fort Macleod, Taber, Kahspell, Montana and Lethbridge, represented by the Lakeside entry and the Canadian finalist Norcrest team, will compete in the double-knockout event Action will get under way Saturday at 9 a m at the Lakeside Little League diamonds on Lakeview School grounds and will continue through Sunday afternoon Norcrest and Fort Macleod will meet on diamond one and Edmonton and Kahspell will play on the other diamond in the opening games Saturday morning at 9 The tournament will con- tinue with two games slated at a time throughout Saturday, winding up at 5 p m Other games start at 11 a m 1 p m and 3pm Sunday's action will see two games at 9 am, and one game at 11 a m 1 p m and the final at 3 p m where the division one winner will meet the division two winner If the division two team wins this game another game will follow at 5 p m to decide the tournev champion Individual trophies will be presented to the top two teams with special incentive hamburgers and root beer for home run and double hitters The Ladies Auxiliary to the Little League is running a concession booth Admission will be by silver collection with proceeds going to minor baseball Southern Alberta set to go The granddaddy of all Henderson Lake Golf Club tournaments is set for the holiday weekend Aug 31 and Sept 1 and 2 Limited to the first 160 paid entries, the Southern Alberta amateur golf tournmanet is fast filling up according to Henderson club professional Earl Francis "We have just over 30 entries left and should get most of them by this weekend A free practice round Fri- day sets the stage for the 54- hole medal play event Flights will be decided according to certified handicaps and only Royal Canadian Association affiliated club members are eligible Entry fee for the event, limited to 18 year old males and over has been set at for members of Henderson Lake A special prize is up for grabs on all three par-three holes at the Lake Layout A mystery prize is at the eighth hole a color TV from CHEC Radio at 11 and a set of power bill clubs from Earl Francis at 15 Included in the entry fee is a cabaret dance Saturday night and a steak sandwich ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL St New Los San San A collect phone call can put you in touch with a top paying job opportunity in Vancouver, B.C., Long established General Motors Dealership, expanding to new facilities has excellent opportunities for Car Sales Personnel Parts Personnel Journeymen Mechanics Journeymen Bodymen This is a vital growing, downtown metropolitan automotive organization offering full facilities in Sales Service Parts All Makes Lease Full range of employee benefits Relocation assis- tance and vacation status can be arranged Strong individual effort will achieve top earnings Act now phone collect (604) 682-3333 Sales Personnel: Mr Kerr or Mr Rembach Parts Personnel: Mr Mills Mechanics and Bodymen: Mr Brunt Or write to the above at BOW mac auTo centre 615 Burrard Street, Vancouver, B C V6C 2L4, Canada All Enquiries Confidential TODAY'S GAMES New York Parker (4 11) and Matlack (11-10) at Atlanta Reed (8 7) and Leon (2 4) Cincinnati Billmgham (15-8) at Montreal Walker (2-3) Philadelphia Ruthven (6 8) at Houston Dierker (7 8) Pittsburgh Reuss (13 9) at San Diego Greif (6 14) St Louis McGlothen (13 8) at Los Angeles Rau (12 6) Chicago Stone (5-4) at San Fran Cisco Caldwell (11 3) CFL Eastern Conference W L F A PM Montreal 3 2 103 92 6 Ottawa 33 92 105 6 Toronto 23 96 98 4 Hamilton 23 83 86 4 Western Conference W L F A Pto Sask 41 89 93 8 Edmonton 31 97 43 6 BC 3 2 100 77 6 Winnipeg 1 3 59 92 2 Calgary 1 4 72 95 2 WFC LEADERS Cutler E MacMillan B C Robinson C Thomas C Berg S Young B C Warnngton E TD C 0 9 0 9 0 6 4 0 0 11 3 0 3 0 F S Pto 8 3 36 8 32 3 27 0 24 0 23 0 18 0 18 TODAY'S GAMES Kansas City Busby (18 10) and Bnles (3-5) at Milwaukee Champion (8 2) and Slaton (9 14) Minnesota Goltz (6-6) at Baltimore McNally (11 9) Oakland Blue (14 11) at Boston Tiant (19 8) California Lockwood (2 4) at New York May (5 2) Texas Hargan (9 8) at Detroit Coleman (10 11) Cleveland Peterson (8 8) at Chicago Kaat (13-9) THURSDAY'S RESULTS Kansas City 000 200 8 0 Cleveland 000 000 8 1 Sphttorff (13 12) and Healy J Perry (13 9) and Duncan HRs KC Otis (12) McRae (13) Cle Lis (3) Texas 010 500 11 0 Bait 000 000 9 0 Jenkins (18-11) Foucault (8) and Sundberg Palmer (4 9) Alexander (4) and Hendncks HR (16) MINOR LEAGUE Pacific Coast League Tucson 5 Albuquerque 3 Phoenix 9 Salt Lake 6 International League Tidewater 7 Memphis 3 Richmond 4 Charleston 2 Rochester 6 Toledo 2 Syracuse 2 Pawtucket 0 American Association Indianapolis 9-1 Iowa 8 2 Denver 7 Tu'sa 1 Y's MEN'S NATIVE SONS JUNIOR B HOCKEY CLUB Requires a coach and managers for the 1974-75 Hockey Season INTERESTED PERSONS Apply in writing tn 1003-4Ave.S. 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