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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Lakeside golf champs Lakers just miss semi-finals British Columbia captures second consecutive crown These six shofmakers make up part of the Id-mem- ber Frache's golf who carted home the 1973 champ- ionship playoff title in the Henderson Lake Men's Golf League Sunday. Standing from left-to-right includes Alec Mike Ken Tom Shig Takeyasu and George Higa. Four other team play- ers missing from the picture were Kyoto Nobby Yosh Chaki and Eddie Mihalik. Wins second straight CPGA crown Panasiuk retains golf title Ont Bob Panasiuk birdied two of the last three holes Sunday to win the Canadian Professional Golf- jrs' Association championship Bor the second year in a tow. The 32-year-old from Windsor. turned back a challenge Erom Phil Giroux for the second time in as many CPGA cham- pionships to beat the Montreal veteran by two strokes. Panasiuk's 69 gave him a 72- hole score of 272 and the that goes to the winner of the evjHit. The young man with the long credited Toronto veteran M Balding with improving his aver-all game the last few months that has seen him win Kingston Invitational and the Newfoundland Open and fin- ish second five times on the CPGA tour this year. as if Al was winning with Panasiuk said of bis victory. Balding has been working with the Windsor golfer since early in the season. Panasiuk admitted that with- Balding's continual MI the tour he doubted he would have pulled off his second straight major title. Giroux. alone in second won while closing with a one group ahead of Pan- asiuk. Sharing third spot were Moe Norman of and roronto's Gary Pitchford. It 'was worth each for their 278 scores. Norman finished with a Pitchford his second straight 70. Bill Makeham. Cowichan Sta- B.C. Lew Taylor. He and Bob Ross were grouped at under Oiff Stroh captures golf title CALGARY Cliff Stroh of Lethbridge posted a 54-hole total of 232 during the weekend to capture the Alberta Country and Districts Golf Tournament by two shots. His rounds of 76 and 75 on Saturday's opening day gave him a commanding lead He fired an 81 Sunday and held on to defeat Al Eppinger of Grande Prairie and Greg Tanner of High Prairie by two shots. Ep- pinger beat Tanner in sudden- death play for second place. Mike Bishop of Dawson Creek was fourth. The amateur tournament was restricted to Alberta players who live and play outside ths major cities of Edmonton and Calgary. Canadian Ski Patrol System 328-1741 days 328-0291 won each. Toronto veteran Bill Tlmmp- son and Ben Ken of who had challenged for the lead until suffering a dis- astrous back nine fin- ished at 281. Eay the recent Quebec Open winner from was alone at 232 while Herb Holzscheiter of Balding and Adrian Bigras of Que were at 283. can you Pan- asiuk said. just played each shot as they came and birdied three of the last five Golfers finish season The 1973 season is over for the Lethbridge Henderson Lake Men's Golf League and Country Club Men's Golf League as of Sunday. Lakeside concluded their play for the year with the third and final round of their playoffs while the Country Club finished their season with an 18-hole one- day playoff final. At Fraches captur- ed the championship title by registering 50 points in the three-round playoff finals. Ace Building placed second with 42 points Pahulje topped the first div- sion standings with 44 points while Union 76 were a distant second with 35 points. In second division CJOC ran away with the title scoring 51 points while House of Leth- bridge trailed way back in sec- ond with 35 points. The third division title went to Parsons Electric with 41 peiits while Singers were run- ner-ups yith 39. Jim Whitelaw came up with a brilliant individual perform- ance to win the loss gross hon- ors at Lakeside Sunday. The Ace Building shotmaker toured the layout in 72 strokes. Shig Takeyasu walked away FIRST DIVISION Swift's Lakevlew Texaco Tollestrup Dongatti SECOND DIVISION Eaton's Lethbridge Office Furniture Packers Reliance Agencies THIRD DIVISION Key Realty Gentlemen III Parsons Black's LAKESIDE CHAMPIONSHIP Fraches Ace Building Jubilee Flemings FIRST Union 74 CHEC Sugar Beeters DIVISION SECOND DIVISION CJOC HOLUD of Lethbrldga Htrald......... Imperial Lift Parsons Singers waiktrs Dorigani THIRD DIVISION FOR SALE TRUCK AND CAMPER 1973 Super ton P.S.. highway miles. 1972 Vanguard 3 way BTW 3 burner water tank and 4 post overhead ileeos 5 to 6. Contact Mr. A. Cook. Phone Claraiholm 235-3311 235- 3197 Evenings and with the low net honors by reg- istering a 64 While CHEC four- some took home the low team net score with a 276. The CHEC foursome included Jim Doug Pete Turnbull and Pat O'Connor. Meanwhile at the Country Swift's and Lakeview Tex- aco garnered 31 points apiece to share the first division hon- ors Tollestrup and Dongatti plac- ed second and third with 19 and 14 points respectively Dongatti were the 1973 league winners. In second division only four points separated the first and last place team. Eaton's won the division title with 26 points and were followed closely behind by Lethbridge Office Furniture and Packers with 24 points apiece and Re- liance Agencies with 22. In the third and final divi- Key Realty picked up 29 points to best Gentlemen who mustered up 26. Parsons finished in third with 24 points while Black's sat in the cellar with 16. ANDY CAPP SAME AN' IT COUPLE TO j r JACKIE 'IS ONE AIM IN LIFE IS TO 'EM 'APPY AN1 NO OW MUCH THEY OBJECT TO IT.' 1873 D.ilr Minor KmuKn Ltd.' Andy Di.L F EDMUNSTON The province of British Colum- aia walked away with their sec- ond straight Canadian senior men's baseball title by scoring a 10-7 victory over Manitoba in championship final Sunday. The B.C. squad picked up six runs in the first two in second and two more in the seventh to wrap up the series i.e Manitobans narrowed the margin in the fourth inning when Bob Wilson blasted a jrand-slam but they weren't able to overtake the powerful B.C. team. The two teams went into the final after picking up victories earlier Sunday in semi-final ac- ion. British Columbia edged Nova Scotia 4-3 and Manitoba dumped Saskatchewan 4-2. B C. got two runs in each of fourth and seventh innings while Nova Scotia replied with a fourth-inning run. The East team got close with a jair in the bottom of the ninth jefore B.C. got the final out. Manitoba and Saskatchewan duelled through four scoreless innings before the Manitobans one run in the fifth and more in the sixth to put the game away. Saskatchewan j managed single runs in the sev- enth and eighth innings. TOURNEY DECIDES Playoff positions were de- cided in a three-day tournament wound uo Saturday nistit. Officials of the Canadian Fed- eration of Amateur Baseball said the final standings for the tournament showed Manitoba winning Section A with a 4-1 win loss followed by Nova Scotia Alberta 3-2 Ontario N.B.. 1-3 and Prince Edward Island 0-4. Where teams had the same win-less placings were decided on the basis of runs for and against. In Section British Colum- bia won with a 3-1 fol- lowed by Saskatchewan and New both Que- bec 1-3 and Newfoundland 0-4 Meanwhile Lethbridge Lak- ers' Ron seemed a little disappointed that his club failed to reach the sudden- death semi-final playoffs. hard to rationalize the runs for and against ruling af- ter seeing your club defeat the other two they're tied commented Taylor. I suppose the ruling was made in case of a four-way tie which would be a good deter- he added. The Lakers were indeed in an unusual position after de- feating Nova Scotia 2-1 Friday night and Ontario 2-1 Saturday morning. At the time of their victories over the two Nova Scotia were 2-0 and On- tario 3-0. In the Ontario Randy Maxwell came up with his best pitching performance of the season as he fired a three-hit- ter for the mound decision. Curt MacDonald was tagged with the loss after giving up four one apiece to Tim Negrello. Brian Howie Heggedal and Rob Roy. Although the 1973 season was marked by a few the Lakers should be proud of their past year achievements. Taylor for was most pleased with his club's perform' ance over the year and wanted to thank not only the but the Laker's manasement and all the loyal fans who helped in their own way. As he put I had a great time this summer and I can't forget how hospitable the peu- ple of Lethbridge are. Next year I'll be scouting for the New York Mets and I'm looking forward in coming this way Meanwhile the 20 member team that will represent Can- ada in the Intercontinental Cup tournament ir. Rome next week was announced by the Canadian Federation of Amateur Baseball Sunday. CFAB President Jean-Robert Holet of Montreal said the team will include six players each from British Columbia and Al- three each from Sas- katchewan and New Brunswick and two from Manitoba. The British Columbia players aie first baseman Wayne Mar- right fielder Norm leftfielder Len Gamlin and pitchers George Nick Mitchell and Mike Findlay. Alberta's representatives are second baseman Ted shortstop Ron out- fielders Brian Betts and Rod Taylor and pitchers Les O'Harin and Fred Cardv.'ell New Brunswick will be repre- sented by pitcher Phil catcher Brian Cox and out- fielder Tommy Reid. Players from Saskatchewan are catcher Andy out- fielder Doug and an- other outfielder. Manitoba placed two players on the pitchers Glennis Scott and Nick Mitchell. Andre Pratt of Montreal is field manager. The Italian tournament is being held Sept. 1-10 Taiwan wins title ELRICH TIRE i WILL1AAISPORT. Pa. Tainan won the Little League World Series Sat- urday on its third straight no- beating Ariz. 12- 0. H u g a n g who pitched a perfect game in the opener of the eight-game struck out 16 of 19 Tucson bat- ters he walking and allowing another player to reach base on an infield error. Tucson southpaw Mike Fim- bers held Taiwan scoreless for the first three but yielded three in the fourth on a home an a a wild pitch and two passed balls. who had suffered an attack of asthma was lifted in the fifth and replaced by Mike who gave up nine runs in the last two innings on six hits. Second baseman Scheng iehng Taiwan's leading batter in the was 4-for-4 with a double and home run. Haung and centrefielder Kuo Wen-li also hit giving Taiwan an even dozen in its three games It was the fifth batting mark shattered by the team. NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST W 65 Wing Span victorious in Derby EDMONTON Heavily-fav- ored Wing Span captured the 44th running of the Canadian Derby before racing fans surviving an inquiry to edge Grandin Park by a neck. Jockey Frank aboard Grandin thought had been bothered sufficiently to launch a protest and it took five minutes before the stew- ards let the results stand. Three lengths back of the top pair was Merging Fire with Trochu Joe fourth. Mutuel records were shatter- ed as the huge crowd bet more than ahead of the previous record set last year. Wing Span won and paid and COLONELS WIN WINNIPEG Winnipeg Colonels defeated Calgary Braves 3-2 Saturday night to capture the Western Major Fastball League championship best-of-nine five games to one. Colonels now meet the as yet undetermined winner of the On- tario Fastball League in a series set for Sept. 20 to 23. English soccer teams stay cool LONDON Eng- lish League soccer season opened Saturday in a blaze of sunshine and a flurry of bomb but the First Division big Arsenal and cool to score predictable victories. Steve Heighway shot the fifth- minute goal which gave defend- ing-champion Liverpool a 1-0 victory over Stoke City. Arsenal crushed Manchester United 3-0 while Leeds third behind Liverpool and Ar- senal in last season's downed Everton 3-1 There were bomb scares at two grounds after anonymous games were played to a finish. And there was an explosive at- mosphere in Glasgow where Rangers beat Celtic 3-1 after Celtic wing Jimmy Johnstone was sent off. Billy Johnny Giles and Mick Jones gave Leeds a 3- 0 lead before Joe Harper scored for Everton. Ray John Radford and Alan Ball were Arsenal's marksmen. Bryan the First Divi- sion's top scorer last put West Ham United ahead against his old club Newcastle United. But Malcolm Macdo- nald scored twice to give New- Derby County opened with a 1-0 victory over John McGovern scoring the winning goal from 25 yards. Ipswich fourth last was held 1-1 by Leicester whose tying goal came from Jon Samrnels after an own goal by Malcolm Munro. Veteran Irish forward Derek Dougan scored twice in Wolver- hampton Wanderers' 3-1 victory over Norwich City. Best First Division win of the day came from newcomers Second Division cham- pions last season. Doug Collins and Martin Dobson scored the goals which gave Burnley a 2-0 St Louis Pittsburgh Chicago Montreal Philadelphia New York Los Angeles CIncinr ati San Francisco Houston Atlanta San Diego 62 63 60 59 58 WEST 81 78 72 67 63 48 L Pet 64 504 o4 .492 M .483 68 469 70 457 70 453 623 54 591 56 .563 65 69 .477 81 372 GBL 1'z 2 6 15 19 32Vi AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST Scottish striker Denis Law celebrated his return to Man- chester where he first played 12 years by scoring twice in a 3-1 victory over Bir- mingham City. But ft was an unhappy day for Malcolm former Manchester City who saw his new Crystal Pal- crushed 4-1 at home by Notta County in a Second Divi- sion natch. Rangers and Celtic provided a sizzling match in their Scott- ish League Cup-tie with Rangers winning 3-1 after Celtic had star forward Jimmy Jobn- TODAY'S GAMES San Francisco Barr at Phila- delphia Lonbarg Lcs Angeles Mcssersmitn at Rogers San DiK'O A.-lin at New York Store SI- Louis Nagy at Houston Gnf fin SUNDAY'S RESULTS Angeles in 7 10 o Philadelphia 100 S'Jtton Hough and Fergu- Carlton Dlorio Ler- sch Culver and Boone HRs Cey St. Louis 050 130 1 2 Cincinnrti 000 002 4102 Cleveland Andrews and Norman Borbon and Bench San Francisco 001 202 5 1 1 New YorK 000 002 4 1 Bryant Sosa and Sadeck' McAndreW and Grote. Kmgmen Pittsburgh 000 'M C 1 Atlanta 200 402 8 i Ellis Walker Morlan and Harrison Nei- bauer Hoise Devlne and HRs- Johnson Chicago 020 OM 473 Houston Ml j 10 o Jenkins Bonham end Wilson and Julze. Sin D-igo 101 COO 4 7 1 Montreal 100 Ml 270 Jones and Renko Marshall and Humphrey HRs. J Morales Roberts SATURDAY San Francises 100 ON 7 2 New Yor- 000 MO 042 Bradlev and Seaver f Orsw and Grofe St. Loui- 10 WO 4 f 0 Cincmnat' 231 000 6 9 o Wise Murphy Hrsboskv Pens and Simmons Gullett and Bench Pittsburgh 120 000 Oil 6 10 1 Allanta 020 012 000 5 9 1 B. Johnson Hernandez Lamb Gmsti and Sanguillen P. J Niekro Nelbauer and Casanova HRs. Hebner D Johnson BaKer sin Oego ooo no 3135 Montreal 230 023 11X-I3 15 0 Grief Romo Ross Snook and Torrer and Humphrey Mil Allen Jorgensen Angeles 002 Oil 002-6 M 0 Philadelphia 000 010 1 Brewer Rlchert Rau and Culver Scarce Brandon and Boone HRs Chicago 000 021 000 4 12 1 H OUtton 000 000 301 3 9 0 Locker and Hun- Forsch Ray and Jutze. LEACUC LEADERS Ctn Hou SF Cin Chi AB R H SS2 96 191 X53 461 438 PCt. 346 155 .315 SB 142 .313 57 144 68 128 71 135 312 .312 308 CANADIAN FOOTBALL WESTERN CONFERENCE 3 1 0 2 39 Edmonton 3 1 0 78 59 Calgary 2 2 0 52 78 B C. 2 2 0 97 89 Winnipeg 1 4 0 S3 91 EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A Toronto Hamilton Montreal Pis. 3 1 0 70 74 6 2 2 0 84 59 4 2 2 0 63 75 4 1 4 0 73 90 2 Baltimore Boston Detroit NOW York Milwaukee Cleveland CJ land Kansas City Chicago Minnesota Calttornia Texas W L Pet. 74 52 .587 70 58 547 70 60 J38 68 64 .515 62 65 .488 54 77 412 WEST 77 52 597 73 58 .557 61 69 .469 60 68 -469 67 .468 45 83 .352 CBL S t 9 5 U'A 31 TODAY'S GAMES Texas Clyde at Baltimore Cuel- lar MmneEola Fife at Detroit Champion at Chics- go Aood Boston Pole at Oakland Odom SUNDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Texas 041 102 1W- 14 1 Cleveland 000 000 030 and Perry Bateman Johnson Ellis HRs Harris SECOND Texas 00' S 10 t Cleveland 2M 000 3 10 2 Paul Siebert and Wilcox Lamb Hllgendorf and Duncan. Ha v is FIRST Dstroit 000 000 TIT Chicago 200 100 llx- 4 I 11 Coleman and Kaat and Herrmann HRs- Howard SECOND Detro t 001 000 141 Chicsco 101 000 J Fryman Miller and Free- Forsfer Acosta and Vaney. Brlnkman HR' City 010 000 T 4 1 140 100 13 Solitlorft Garber and Tay- Palmer Watt and Etche- barren. HRs. Etche- hflrren Milwaukee 001 003- J Minnesota 000 J 7 1 Slstcn in. Short Velazquez and Blyleven and Roof HR New York wm COO 041 Oakland 000 000 1 z Stottlemyre and Munson- Holtzman and Fosse. Boston 00 000 Cal-fornia 010 000 1 3 0 Tiant and Sing- er and Torborg. SATURDAY New York 000 J Oakland 000 010 570 Dobson Bnd Blue and Fosse. HR. Detroit 039 010 470 Chicago 001 I 11 7 Perry Killer end Bahnsen Fisher and Herr- mann. Texas Oil 002 S '2 Cleveland 100 012 7 t 1 Brown and Suar- Lamb Sanders and Ellis HRs- Burroughs Torres Kansas City 100 DM 000- 1 4 1 Baltimore 200 005 OCX- 7 11 1 Busby Hoerner Bird Drago and Alexander and Williams. Boston Ml 001 454 California 000 000 000- 4 1 Curtis and Ryan Sells and Torborg Milwaukee 101 403 001-10 13 i Minnesota 031 t T J Colborn Short Velatsuez and Goltz Corbin Albury Campbell Bane and Roof. HRs- LEAGUE LEADERS Min Det NY AMI NY Oak Bal KC M NY Mil Aft 472 327 SOB 504 m 470 438 482 470 It H Pet. 77 164 .317 37 105 321 M 159 .313 77 157 68 129 306 94 143 .304 44 13 .304 82 150 .302 59 145 71 141 301 .300 SEIBERLING G78-4 PLY POLYESTER TIRES 26 .95 Each ELRICH TIRE LTD. FIRESTONE COMPLETE TIRE SALES i SERVICE 402 lit Ave. South 327-6886 or ;