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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ,6 _ THE IETHORIDGE HERALD Tuosday, Auouil 25, 1970 Dun Talbot Top With A 70 DARTMOUTH, N.S. (CP) "The guys are 17- year-old Dan Talbot says of his Quebec teammates. And it's on their consistency that he bases their chances in HID Canadian junior interpiovincial team golf championships at the Bright-1 right" says the one handicap- IVnni Rnlnoil GlIP wood Country Club here. The Quebec entry had a nine- stroke lead following the first round of play Monday and "if per from the Beloeil, Quo., golf club. Talbot was the most consist- ent golfer on the rullIlU UI o------ the guys have 75s or Tlis, and I Brightwood course during he have a good round, we'll do al-1 first round. He returned to the clubhouse only two strokes over the par 68 and led the Quebec entry to a strong margin over second place Ontario. His 70 was the lowest score recorded. The Quebec team had a total score of 282 and Ontario 301. I "s ONE MORE MR. INGARFIELD-Earl Ingarfield, part-time chef, full time National Hockey League player with Oak- land Seals, lends his hand at the barbeque for members of the Norcrest tittle League All-Stars. The Norcrest club was honored at a barbecue Monday following a parade. On the adjoining Rage is another cartoon by Debbie Kanigan. Her first effort showed Norcrest after they had won a berth in the Canadian final. Today's cartoon shows the locals after they almost made it. Reds, Orioles Should Look Behind Them Fights Still Going On By THE ASSOCIATED PBESS Baltimore Orioles and third place. The Braves tightened it up by blanking Montreal Expos 6-0 on all season but Kansas City made up for lost time by pounding Mel Stottlernyre and ati Reds, sitting on fat leads three-hitter relievers for 14 hits includ- le American League East three by Paul Schaal, who National League West other teams had the in four runs. would see tripled home two eal action behind if they Yankees hadn't lost to in the third against Stottle- ver tlieir shoulders. The New York Yankees, uge 11% games back of the Moles, are only one-half game p on Detroit Tigers in the e for second place in the :ast aftre losing to Kansas (CP) results loyals 8-7 Monday night. It Victoria Park Glenmore Claiming, J-year- he first victory for the Si, -400, claiming, 2-year-old and up, IVa miles. Proud Shadow Billinqsley) 33.20 n 10 games against the 8.40, Great Expect (Whittle) 6.30 ees this Bewitched (Shields) 7.40 3.30 2.10, Tiger Tracks (Parsons) 3 BO 20, Hewmsum (Hunt) 4.80. "Time: In the NL West, the Reds Rill (Billingsley) 2.30. Time: Closed Court, Western Runner, Lillle Batlie, also hefty 12-game bulge over Flitter, Symbaoe, Olympic ngeles following the John, Tula Rane also -2 loss to Chicago Cubs. Sl.aoo, claiming, '-i-year-olds and ic action is a notch lower :here just one-half game claiming, 3-year-old ma o% ens, 7 furlongs, Furious Flight (J. Whittle) 4-00 furlongs. Punters Joy (Billingsley) 16.00 5.10 3.70, Jimmy A Go Go (Barroby) 3.30 ates San Francisco Giants Reprah (Hunt) 11.60 5.90, Bubb Hellen Grey (Shields) 2.90. Ulanta Braves in the (Haynes) -4.30. Time: 'o Scolch, Hola Fire, Whirling Speedometer, 'Wee Laddie also Lee, Neacon Shadow also DOUBLE: Ontario claiming, 2-year-old Dfficially furlongs. Sir Morn (Stadnyk) 4.30 2.90 2.70, Paulines Pet (Parsons) 3.70 3.00, (Hunt) ONTARIO, Calif. (AP) 3-5. Alice Arm, Andys Rouser, ario Motor Speedway, a auto racing Our Valley, Robin A Tip also After nent, got its first taste of speed aturday when seven drivers S1.4DO, claiming, 3-year-old3. 7 cially opened the track with ractice runs for the California Babe (McCauley) 7.60 5.50 3.20, Canel Hope (Stadnyk) 5.10 3.10, Wellington Lnd (Billingsley) 2.30. Time: Job Kevin B-artlett, a Yukanbeirne, Mood, Something High, Kid river frorr: Sydney, YORK (AP) Mickey ecame the first man to hit New York Yankees' rack and the first man to claiming, 4-year-olds and 7 coach, says he is not ut when his car got out of James (Stadnyk) 3.10 2.70 the job of manager Ralph rol. He was D. (Shields) 2.80, Or Charm 3 Among others out on didn't come here for that ourse Saturday John Simalo, Mr. Crossf eld. Miss Viking, Rinqos Sister also Mantle said Monday, on, he admitted he has manage- A crowd of attended aspirations. pen house but from now on it's ay-as-you-watcb. The California 500 for Indian-polis-typc cars is slated for ept. 6 and until then there SCO, claiming 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Perfect Host (Stadnyk) 4.80 3.30 2.90, Lady -Kasha (BIHIngsley) OO 3.00, Chuckle On (Shields) 3.40. Time: 3-5. Miss Overall, Goidcn Wine, recently chosen as the Yankees' fifth coach, said in an interview he first asked Houk's permission before joining the >e I Miss You, Mover asked Ralph if it was OK said Mantle. "I'd never push him out a job-he's the best manager I ever played for." VACATION former Yankee star, who hit 536 homers during his car- Don't Start Your Vacation starts in his new capacity Sunday, when the team takes on Twins at Yankee Without A RADIATOR (Us addition will have no mediate affect on llic SCVP yourself unncessarv roadside stops due Io over-healed engine we NEED A [UNt-UP? Ernie Rosvold our and responsibilities of tiic other four the plans perform Ihis work for you expertly and -Miai'jc Is the Bosl Tune-Up Spetieilist in Southern Alberta. All work five the remainder of tlu's year and again in 1071. with our modern equip- menH will serve as a special hat- il Rasieb !jjJS ting coach, assisting especially j the young players, Ave., M.M. Phone on the coaching lines and aiding Houk in a variety of myre, then singled two more across as the Royals took the lead for keeps with three in the fifth. Tom Matchick also pitched in with a three-nm dou- ble in the second. BELTS NUMBER 21 Bobby Murcer delivered a pail' of sacrifice flies as well as his 21st homer of the year for the Yankees. Stone throttled Montreal, end- ing the Expos' five-game win- ning streak and moving the Braves within one-half game of idle San Francisco. L e a d o f f man Mike Lum tagged Bill Stoneman lor a first-pitch home run and Stone protected the narrow lead unti the seventh when the Braves busted loose for live more runs -four of them unearned. Rico Car'ty, Clete Boyer and Gil Gar rido all contributed RBI-singles to that rally. Stone struck out seven and evened his record at 9-9. The Cubs moved within 4V games of first-place Pittsburgh Pirates and only back o New York in the tightening NL East race by knocking off the Dodgers. Ferguson Jenkins won his 161! game, scattering eight hits. Joi Pepitone drove in Chicago' first two runs with his 19th homer of the year. Quartet Talbot hopes to chip lliree trokes off Ms score in today's inal 18 holes for the team title. A heavy rain fell early Mon- 'ay and continued up until the checluled tee-off time. Officials oslponed the day's activities wo hours but the greens were till damp when'play comm- inced. "I didn't putt Talbot laid after his round. "The rain nadc the greens much slower. '11 knock three strokes off if my putting improves." He went through the front line two strokes over regulation iar of 34, taking fours on every lole. On tiie second nine he vent down in regulation count in every bole. Teammate Mike Defalco of lull managed to finish the back line one stroke under par. He inished with a 73 while Robbie 'ackson of He Bizard had a 74 and Michel Pepin of Driirr.- mondville had a 75 to round out he Quebec scoring. After the rain stopped, a cross- vind developed and played mvoc with most long shots. The icores mushroomed. Bill Laughlin of London, Ont, Michael Hogan of Red Deer, .Ita., and Scott Kennlyside of .angley, B.C. finished with 71s vliile Defalco and Doug Rox- Diirgh of Vancouver were the Dnly golfers with 73s. Laughlin led the 36-competitor ield through the front nine, going out with a one-under-par 13. But on the way back, he fal- ered to a four-over-38. ONLY ONE 75 Two players scored 74s and only one 75 was recorded. The British Columbia team inished with a 303 total, two strokes behind Ontario and 11 strokes off the lead. Michael Hogan of Red Deer and Patrick Little of Sherwood Park both parred the back nine :o help Alberta salvage fourth place with a 305 total. Little fin- shed with an 80. Alberta had >een one of the tournament fa- vorites, with a combined team landicap of four. The host Nova Scotia entry, with three Truro golfers, is fifth at 311 while Saskatchewan is sixth, five strokes behind. The Brunswick-Prince Edward Island golf association team is seventh with 317, followed by Manitoba at 322 and Newfound- land at 328. Play continues at Brightwood Wednesday with the opening round of the 72-hole individual junior championships. The entry list of 172 will be cut to the top 60 golfers and ties following the first 36-holes of play and only the remainder will play the final 36-holes Friday and Satur- day. Australia Gains Lead With. Japan OSAKA, Japan (Reuters) Defending champion Australia defeated New Zealand 5-2 Sun day in the women's world fast bail championships to go into a tie at the head of the standing" with host Japan, each with tw wins. Japan defeated Mexico t stay even. C a n a d a's enlry, Saskatooi Imperials, suffered its consecutive loss, 6-1 to For mosa. The Formosans came from behind, scoring three runs in each of the sixth and seventh innings. NORCREST COACHES-lethbridge Norcrest Little League All-Stars made it to the Canadian final and a great deal of the credit has to go to coaches John left and Jim Szucs Plenty of time and effort went into the Norcrest club and most of it was the coaches. The two copclies are shown just after a parade through Leth- bridge in the team's honor._______________________________________ Doubleheader On Tap Tonight Generals. The M and K Generals used devastating hitting attack to tomb the Lethbridge Hotel 12-2 n five innings and the Dallas lowboys whipped the Marquis Hotel "ll-l in the two games scheduled in the Commercial Men's Fastball League last evening. Dennis Allen struck out eight Lethbridge batters and allowed two hits against him to pick up the win. Lethbridge had to use two pitchers during the contest, with Bob Osh'ski taking the loss. Bill Jackson relieved Oshaski in the fourth inning. For the Generals attack George Gross hammered a grand slam home run while Bill Persley aided with a homer and Bob Balazs with a triple. Hock Bruno managed the only hit off Allen which he con- nected for a double. In the second game George Santoni picked up the win over George Jackci of the Marquis Hotel. The Dallas Cowboys, who also had their bats booming, were led by Danny Santoni who stroked a double and two sin- ;les. Myron Ell, Corrido Santoni 2nd Chester Gal all poked out ,wo singles apiece for the win- ners. Terry Douglas rapped a Bears Drop Exhibition SAN DIEGO (AP) Dick Post bolted 14 yards for a fourth-quarter touchdown Mon- day night to lead San Diego Chargers to a 14-9 victory over Chicago Bears in a National Football league pre season game. Post's run, with left in the game, capped a 72 yard drive engineered by second- year quarterback Marty Dom- rcs. The Chargers also scored on a swing pass from quarterback John Hadl to fullback Brad Hubbert, a play covering 15 yards. Rookie placekicker Barry Ingold added both extra points. The Bears' only offence was represented by Mac Percival's three field goals for 17, 20 and 30 yards. Vancouver Lose Game On Error; FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) Springfield, 111., took advantage of eight Vancouver errors Mon day night to defeat the Canadi ans 8-6 in the losers' bracket o the Connie Mack World Series. The loss knocked Vancouver out of the double-elimination tournament. Springfield jumped cut to a 2- 0 lead in the top of the first in- ning on three Vancouver errors and a double steal. Springfield pushed across three more runs on another Vancouver error, two walks and a single. The Illinois team added a pair of inns in the fourth and an- other in the seventh inning Vancouver scored single j runs in the firsl, iiflh and sixth j innings. I Vancouver Miowcd signs staging a comeback in the sev- enth inning when singles by Doug Uainon. Rocky Kerr.p and Ken Koscielski and a Spring- field error accounted for three runs. But Koscielski was picked off first base for the game's final out. Says; Golf'i Million Dollar Winner PUTT BY INSTINCT On short pulls (those front one to three feet) I think instinctis a very good guide. You .fcoow that when someone "gives" you 3 short putt you frc- qucnlly walk up and hit it quickly anyway. You putt by instinct there, and usually it goes right in although you didn't set yourself up. Here's my advice fot these little devils: take it easy in lining them up, but remember that there isn't much time for break to take effect. Never aim outside the cup.. -just at the upper edge if there is a slant. Now settle your- self in your stance, take one last look at the cup and your intended line and immediately stroke the ball. If you wait for any length of. time, you may freeze and mightmiss even a "gimme." double and a single in a losing cause. Action will resume tonight when the M and K Generals will tangle with the RCMP at 7 p.m. and the Marquis Hotel will meet Uie Labor Club at NATIONAL LEAGUE East VV L Pet. GBL Pittsburgh.....70 57 .551 New York.....66 59 .528 3 Chicago....... 66 62 .516 4 to 5t Louis 60 66 .476 9Vi Philadelphia 57 69 .A52 12'A Montreal 55 71 .437 14W WC5t Cincinnati 04 45 .651 Los Angeles 70 55 .560 12 Ssn Francisco 63 62 .504 19 Atlanta 63 .500 Wh Houston.....56 70 .4JJ 26Va San Diego.....-18 79 .378 35 TODAY'S GAMES Atlanta Jarvis 14-10 at New York Ryan 6-8 N Cincinnati Cloninger 6-5 at Philadel- phia Lersch 3-1 N Chicago Hands 1-M1 at Los An- geles Mceilor 5-6 N Pittsburgh Walker 10-4 at San Diego Dobson 9-13 N1 St. Louis Carlton 6-17 at San Fran- cisco Pillock 3-4 N Houston Blllingham 10-6 at Montreal Morton 15-9 N MONDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 000 202 4 8 1 Los Angeles 000 Oil 2 8 1 Jenkins (16-U) and Hundley; Vance Lamb Mikkelsen (7) and Haller. HR: Chi, Pcpilone Atlanta 101 000 11 1 Montreal 000 000 033 Stone (9-9) and Tillman; Stoneman (.M3) McGinn (7) Strohmeyer (B) and Bateman. HR: LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Clemente, Pgh 365 61 133 -3fi3 Carty, Atl .......377 75 135 .35B Perez, -Cine ......463 9-1 154 .333 Parker, LA ......473 68 156 .330 Tolan, Cine ......465 95 151 .335 J. Alou, Hous 360 42 116 .322 B. Williams, Chi 506 114 163 .322 Gaston, SO 479 78 154 .322 Hickman, Chi 402 63 129 '.321 Millan, Atl 466 82 148 .318 Home Runs: Bench, Cine, 42; Perez, 38., Runs Batted in: Bench 125; Perez, 120 Simpson, Cine, 14-3, .824; Gibson, SfL, 18-5, .783. AMERICAN LEAGUE Easl W L Pel. GBL Baltimore 80 .640 New York..... 69 57 .548 Detroit........ 68 57 .544 Boston........63 60 512 16 Cleveland ......61 6-1 "438 19 Washington 60 65 .480 20 West Minnesota 73 50 .593 California ......69 56 .55! 5 Oakland .......6B 58 .540 6Vb Kansas Cily 49 77 .389 Milwaukee .....46 80 .365 28to Chicago....... 46 83 .357 30 TODAY'S GAMES Mew York Kline 2-3 at Kansas Cily Orago 7-12 N Boston Romo 6-3 at MInnesola Zepp 6-3 N Washington Coleman 6-9 at Chicago Moore 3-8 N L-xXwood 1-10 at Clcva- land McDowell 18-8 N Oakland Segui 8-9 at Baltimore Me- Nallv 19-7 N California Murphy 13-8 anef Bradley 1-2 at Detroit Niehro 11-10 and Cain 12-4 N MONDAY'S RESULTS New York 301 110 7 13 1 Kansas Cily 032 030 B M 0 Stoltlemyre, Klimkowski (5-6) Hamilton (51, Waslewski (6) McCor- mitk (8) and Munson; Fitimorfis, Burgrneier (4-5) (3) and Kirkpalrick. HR: LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pel. Yslnmsk, Bos 426 95 139 Aparicio, Chi 470 77 151" .J21 R Smith. Bos 4fi7 90 150 .321 OHva, Minn 491 76 157 .320 A. Johnson, Cal 471 62 149 .316 Fosse, Cleve 413 58 127 .303 F. Robinson, Bal 37-1 66 114 .305 Piniella, KC 404 44 123 .304 Harper, Mil 470 73 143 .304 W. Norton, Dot 372 53 113 .304 Home Runs: Killebrew, Minn, 38; F. Howard Wash, 36. Runs Balfed In: F. Howard, 101J Killebrew, 97. Pitching 11 Decisions: Cuellar, Bal, 19-6, .760; Cain, Del, 12-4, .750. KELLYjflF BPRINGFIELO KELLY SPRINGFIELD "TIRES FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" COMBINE TSRES 149x26 6 ply 184x26 6 ply ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SAUS 4 SERVICE III South Mibru 337-4884 or 337-444! ;