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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Auaust J4, 1970 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 7 TOPS IN TENNIS EVENT Anne Palmer, tavern, Gon- lales Greg Shave, Dave Hodges and Leona Larson shared in the honors at the southern Alberta tennis tournament held at the Civic Centre over the weekend. See story. Tops Field In Canadian Event Balding Breaks Win Famine BRANTFORD, Ont. (CP) Teacher and student walked up the 18th fairway together, their beige sweaters, yellow shirts and brown pants drenched in rain but both with their sights on The teacher, Al Balding of To- ronto, held on Sunday to win the Canadian Professional Golfers' Association tournament and the Labatt's Cup with a four-day total of 282. The pupil, 29-year-old Gary Bowerman of Toronto, was a stroke off the leader- after 72 holes over the Brantford Golf and Country Club's layout. Dick, Boyce Enjoy Outing Expos Reach Million Mark MONTREAL (CP) This city's Expos of baseball's Na- tional League Saturday became the seventh team in their league to surpass the 1 million mark in attendance this season. Team president John McHale greeted the millionth fan at Jarry Park with the gift of a power boat "to show our appre- ciation of this city's wonderful fans." The night game with Atlanta Braves attracted sup- porters and pushed this season's attendance mark to 757 for 53 home dates. Last year's millionth fan also passed through the turnstiles on Aug. 22 but the team had played 58 dates. The difference repre- sents an increase of fans. Other National League clubs which have gone over the mil- lion mark in attendance this year are Chicago, Cincinnati Los Angeles, New York, Pitts- burgh and St. Louis. The Mets have attracted more (San 2 million fans to their home games so far. With 21 home dates remaining the Expos seem a sure bet to pass last year's total, GET AHEAD WITH A HEAD OF HAIR BY ESCORT Mtd to be bald today wilh ESCORT. You have permanent hair H hsurs a day. sleep, swim and shower wilh a nalwal looking knd of hair. SEEING IS BELIEVING Dept. No. 301 SIR ESCORT 101 LOWER MALL ROYAL BANK BLDG. 101 St. and Jasper Ave. f.r 421-SS03 EDMONTON, AlBERTA SEND FREE BROCHURE TO: NAME ADDRESS----------......--------- CITY ..i..... PH......... DEALER, SALES REPS. REQUIRED Balding, 46, who plays out of e Chippewa club at Southamp- n, Ont, toured the par-72 ourse Sunday at even-par while owerman was one-under. It as Baldin's fourth PGA title, having won in 1955, 1956 and 1963. In third place was veteran Bill Thompson of Copetown, Ont., who held the lead after the first 18 holes but felt even then By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Soprts Writer Gene Dick had his 1956 Chev- olet moving as he captured hree Class C events at the target was George Androkovich who had started the fireworks by backing up into Tim Mc- Lennan who was flying around one of the corners. Ott picked up the first place honors and McLennan and that respective Androkovich followed in order. Action will resume next weekend when SAAR will stage Tarkenton Directs New York By THE ASSOCIATKD PRESS Fran Tarkenton passed for hree touchdowns and led New York Giants to a 28-24 victory over New York Jets Sunday in a National Football League ex- libition game. Joe Namath, the Jets' outhern Alberta Auto Racers' meet last evening. Meanwhile Ron Boyce was ops in the B Class as he took onie two firsts. i A crowd somewhat better the AMRA Championships, ban watched Gene Dick i art home the C speed dash and two fast C events before owing out to Lamar Navratil i the C Mam event. In the slow C dashes Pat Hanna and Frank Young were Doth credited with a win. Ron Boyce led the B drivers vith two B dash victories, but lid not take home a trophy, 'im Skiba driving in Jack Tif- in's green machine took home he B speed dash while Lindy Smith edged out Boyce in the ast lap of the B Main event to ;rab the checkered flag. In the V-8 Class no driver was outstanding as four drivers earned one first. Leonard Vaselenak in car 54 picked up the -Speed Dash for a rophy while Lawrence Bailey driving car 4 took home the B Main trophy. Ralph1 Oertli and Bill Kostiuk each had a V-8 heat victory during the evening. The featured Demolition and go cart races had the fans well entertained during the evening. The go cart races were run off just after the Speed Dashes and the eight young racers which included one girl carefully sped around the track. Ron Tivadeau picked up the victory and Bill Birbav finished runner up as they were never in danger of losing their lead in the obstacle-filled race track. On the other hand the Demo- lition races had five drivers who did not think of the others safety, not even their own. The purpose of this race is not to finish first across the checkered line, but to bash into one another trying to immobilize their opponent's vehicle. The driver that had taken part in most of the action was declared the winner, Last evening Ron Ott after five minutes of bumps and bashes had a field day taking a shot had at the other cars which stopped after being in- volved in pileups. His prime sta quarterback, was roundly booed as he watched from the sidelines. Tarkenton steered the Giants to touchdowns the first three times they had the ball. Scot Eaton intercepted a Babe Par illi pass and ran it back 5( yards for a Giant touchdown. Tarkenton was cheered low! ly as the favored Giants even ed the exhibition series be tween the New York rivals a 1-1. The Jets won 37-14 las year. Namath, who reported late t the Jets, did not dress. In Saturday action, Lions defeated New Orlean Saints 31-17; Minnesota Viking hung on to win over Housto Oilers 14-7; Miami Dolphin wlu'pped San Francisco '49er 17-7: St. Louis Cardinals route Cincinnati Bengals 41-20 Green Bay Packers edged Da" las Cowboys 35-34: Kansas Cit Chiefs tripped Clevelan Browns 16-13; Baltimore Colt beat Denver Broncos 24-7 an Los Angeles Rams upset Oak land Raiders 34-23. Friday night, Washing t o Redskins won over Atlanta Fa cons 21-13 and Buffalo Bill walked over Philadelphia Ea gles 32-0. e couldn't put together enoug lod rounds to finish high in the nney, Balding and B o w e r m a vrapped their arms about eac her as they left the 18t shortly after play had re- imed after a downpou renched the course, forcing lostponement in play. There were only two three- imes still on the course whe le rains came and these fin bed after play continued alf-hour later. Balding began tutoring Bow rman last year when th ounger man decided to atten le PGA school in Florida. "We knew he had to work o is putting and sai aiding. The joint effort prove uccessful since Bowerman wo 'a tour card in his first trj e's been reasonably successf n the PGA tour with off al earnings. His second-plac nish in the CPGA was wor The title was of two-fold si nificance to Balding who als won the Canadian Alcan Golfe the year award. VRIGHT FALLS BACK He started Sunday's 18 hoi wo strokes behind Bill Wrig r. but the Edmonton soared to a 76, giving Baldin le award. The Alcan award goes to tl Canadian golfer with the low gross scores in two of three pr incial Open tournaments (0 ario, Quebec and British 0 mbia) and the CPGA. Balding accumulated 1 trokes to 706 for Wright w vound up the CPGA with a 2! Bowerman was third in tt Alcan event with 708 strob jne ahead of Moe Norman Gilford, Ont. Bantam Champs Taber Triumph GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Taber won two successive games from Fawcctt in the Al- berta bantam baseball cham- pionships Sunday to advance to the Canadian final in Brandon Friday and Saturday. Taber, B-side champions, lost its first game in the double- knockout tournament 10-5 to Erskiue, hut roared to life will) a 15-3 win over Grande Prair before defeating Faweett II and 19-7 in A-B final. In the first game of the fina Taber got II hits then collccte 17 safeties in the second. In other games, Gram Prairie downed Erskino IM an Faweett beat Grande Prair' 8-1. 'wins Lose Twice On Weekend Clemenfe Sets Battin By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Roberto Cieracnte staggered as Angeles Dodgers pitching imday with his second straight ve-hit binge, leading the PHls- urgh Pi fates to an 11-0 iumph, lifting his league-Iead- g batting average to .363 and citing a modern record of 10 Is in two successive games. The 36-y e a r -o 1 d superstar, ho had vaulted past Atlanta's ico Carty in the batting racfi ith a 5-for-7 spree against the odgers Saturday night, came ght back to drill three singles, double and his 14th home run in six trips to the plate as the irates unleased a 23-hit bar- however, can see 'I Yanosik Steps age. Clemente, for self-improvement, eel I could hit even he aid, "if I went out and just unched at the ball. But you an't do that. You have to look t the situation. Clemente's burst and the our-hit pitching of Steve Blass lelped the Pirates increase lieir East Division lead to thi'ee ;ames over the second place s'ew York Mets, who divided a oubleheader with Cincinnati Keds, runaway West Division pacesetters. The Mfits won the first game 5-4 with a three-run rally in the ninth, but pinch-hitter Jimmj Stewart's three-run homer ofl Tom Seaver gave the Reds a 7-5 nod in the nightcap. Elsewhere, San Francisco Giants nipped the Chicago Cubs 1-3; St. Louis Cardinals outs ugged San Diego Padres a-' and P h i 1 a d e 1 p h i a Phillies rimmed Houston Astros 4-0. At anta Braves game at Montrea with the Expos was rained out. CONTRIBUTES 7 RUNS Clemente scored four rum and drove in thrse to key thi Pirates' romp. Bill Mazeroski stroked four hits; Manny San juillen, Fred Patek and Matty Alou rapped three apiece and A Sliver slammed a two-run tiomer. The Mets overcame Johnn. Bench's 42nd homer to the firs game, delayed by a rainstorm for two hours and 15 minutes a the start, as Tommie Agee ripped two homers and two sin gles and Joe Foy drew a bases loaded walk from Wayne Gran ger to cap the three-run ninth. But Stewart tagged Seaver fo his first 1970 homer after sey enth-inning singles by Berni Car bo and Tommy Helms bringing the Reds from behim in the nightcap. Rookie Do Gullett retired all 12 batters h faced to pick up the victory an struck out six straight Mets tying for a major league mar' for relievers. Meanmhile in the America League Frank Howard, Washing ton Senators' 6-foot-7, 250-poun left fielder, drove a 450-foot horn run off 18 game winner Jin Perry at the Minnesota Twin Sunday as the red-hot Senator trounced Minnesota 11-1. The first-inning, three-ru shot was Howard's 36th of the season and increased his Amer.' can League leading runs batte in total to 101. "Our ace got Ri ney said afterward. "My ma (Perry) didn't look like h wanted to let it all out agains Howard. He just couldn't Golf Courses Busy Places There was plenty of action in golf on the weekend. At Henderson Lake Saturday the Lakeside Golf League play- offs got under way with Lloyd Curry of A and W taking low net honors with a 64. Alex Mur- rell of Boise Cascade look low gross with a 75. In tho team standings Walk- ers hold a narrow two-point, 18-16, lead over Singers in divi- sion one. Flemings and Safe- way trail with eight and six points respectively. Division two sees Bastedos well out in front with 33 points followed by Pahulje with 16. Southern Alberta Co-op has eight while Parsons managed just one. The best race of the four di- visions is shaping up in the third bracket with only two points separating the four clubs. Kimuras have 13 points to lead while Fraches and Owens each have 12 and Boise has 11. The A and W got off to a good start in the fourth divi- sion with 19 points. Dorigatti is second at 13 with C1IEC next with 11. The Herald trails with five. Meanwhile Elsie McGrath won the Henderson Lake wom- en's club championship. McGrath, who is enjoying her finest year of golf, defeated Isabel Catoni in the final of (he 36-hole event. Out in Fort, Macleod Bill Towiisend of Bow Island was the big winner as he capture the championship flight as we as the horse race. Bob Bipl of Fort Macleod shared in t honors as he canned his t shot for a hole-in-one. Hawrks Aimoiuic Home Schedule CHICAGO (AP) Chica Black Hawks, who this year jo the National Hockey League West Division, announced Satu day a 39-game home schedu opening Oct. 11 against Oakla- Seais, lUng and we got the heck ocked out of us." It was the West Division lead- s' second-straight loss and h in 16 games. However, Min- sota still leads runncrup Cali- rnia Angels by five games. Meanwhile, the Senators, in last place in the East, 20 games behind Baltimore Orioles, won their second in a row and ninth in 12 starts and are only five games under .500. In other AL contests, Balti- more edged California 6-5, Cleveland Indians topped Oak- land Athletics 8-6, Chicago White Sox split a doubleheadcr, blanking New York Yankees 2-0 before the Yankees won 7-5, De- troit Tigers nipped Milwaukee Brewers 1-0 and Kansas City Royals nudged Boston Red Sox 4-3. Yet another club in the Al- erta Junior Hockey League nil have a new coach when tie 1970-71 season gets under ay. It was announced today that owie Yanosik will not return s coach of the Lethbridge ugar Kings for the coming eason. "It is with a great deal of re- gret that I make this announce- said Yanosik, "I was oking forward to the coming Yanosik first took over the eins of the Kings in 1969 after he club had reached the west- rn Canada semi finals. He ad then signed just a one-year ontract. Sugar Kings, under Yanosik, nished third in the six team eague but were defeated in the rst round of playoffs by onoka Stampeders. Yanosik gave not enough ime due to business commit- ments as his reason for stepping own. "I told Sugar King manager, yd Hall that if I didn't.have nough time to be at every ractice I would step Yanosik continued, "and at this time I can't devote the neces ary hours to the hockey club.11 He pointed out that he won'l ever relations with the club ompletely but will be avail- able in an advisory capacity. Sugar Kings will once again )lay in the Alberta Junior League. Casper The Only One Happy SUTTON, Mass. (AP) Ev erything was turmoil in the scheduled windup of the Avco golf classic. PGA official huddled while players kep eeing off, sopping wet, just in walking from the clubhouse. Most everyone was unhappy jut not Billy Casper, who jus happened to be nursing a one- stroke lead after 54 holes. "I don't mind this at all, Casper said after official bowed to the rainmaker an :ancelled all scores Sunday o wetted fairways and greens a the Pleasant Valley Countrj Club. "Actually, I'm Ca. per said. "I can use the rest, really haven't had a day off in about 2% months." Steady rain made a virtua pool of the cours forcing a PGA tournament in fifth day for the first time th year. "We'll try to play Monda and if we can, we'll slay unt a PGA official said, before wo have to move into the S300.000 Dow Jones Tourna- ment in New Jersey. The weather forecast is good, but if we're Usable to play Monday or Tuesday we'll just have to settle for 54 holes and 75 per cent of the prize money." After slipping to a one-over- par 73 for a 54-hole total of 208 Saturday, Casper, one of the few persons in dry clothing, en- joyed the Sunday rest. Casper had plenty of competi- tion left as he awaited the final round. Deadlocked just one stroke back at 209 were Dan Sikes, Dave Hill, Jim Colbert and Tom Weiskopf. Then came Larry Ziegler and Lou Graham at 210. Says Golf's Million Dollar YVi, GRIP'S PRESSURE POINTS If a golfer "loses" his grip at the top of the back- swing or at impact, it will probably be because of the last two or three fingers of his left hand. They Jet go, allowing the club to "sag" at the top or "shud- der" at impact. Itfiink it's enough to consciously tighten the little finger of your left hand before each shot. Don't strain ot you'll bunch your fore- arm muscles. Just be con- scious of that finger. As for the right hand, the thumb and forefinger grasp the ctubalittlcmore firmly than the other fingers. They'll tighten automatically at impact andhclpprovideUiatgood swish you want. iwo urn. Visitors Win' Tennis Honors Visiting tennis players dom- inated the southern Alberta .ournament held at the Civic ;cntre courts over Hie week- snd. In the men's singles Lavern Gonzales of Sacramento, Cali- fornia was forced the limit hi sidelining Murray Sihvon of the lost Lethbridge club. The. two .split the first two games Gon- zales winning 6-1 only to have Sihvon come back with an identical triumph. Gonzales won the rubber match 6-3. In the men's doubles Gonzales combined with _ Greg Shave of Edmonton to win 8-6, 6-4 over Peter Masters and teammate Lazlo Tiber, both of Calgary. In the women's competition the name Leona Larson kept popping up. Larson, of Calgary, won the women's singles with 6-0 and 6-1 verdict over Betty Ontkean1 of St. Albert. S1ie then com- bined with Anne Palmer of Calgary to defeat the team of Susan Ballour of Lethbridge and Coleen Brown of Edmonton in the women's doubles final. Larson and her mate won 6-3, It was Larson again in _ the mixed doubles as she joined with Dave Hodges of Calgary to sideline Sihvon and Palmer. 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