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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ft _ THE It-THBRIOOt HERALD frlilay, AustujI 25, ANDY CAPP SILW GIRL.' GET V'SELF OFF TEA RESERVE'S HALF AN HOUR A WK1HIS IS m rrrvWb'ElSHWW Seeking Second Roxburgh Holds Lead DARTMOUTH, N.S. (CP) Seventeen-year-old Dan Talbot of Beloeil, Quo., has his sights set on the runner-up in the Ca- nadian junior golf champion- ships. He doesn't expect to win the title. Doug Roxburgh, 18, of Van- couver carded a one-under-par 67 at Brightwood Golf and Coun- try Club Thursday to hold the lead with 136 after two rounds. Richard Brooke of Lakewood, N.J., Kelly Roberts of Milton, Ont., and juvenile Robbie Jack- son of lie Bizar'd, Que., trail Roxburgh by six strokes at 142. Bobby Barrett of Southamp- ton, Ont., follows at 144. And then there is Talbot, nine strokes off the pace with 145. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS MULTI'LUX) "I don't expect Doug to blow up." Talbot said. "He's a guy with a lot of experience and I'd give him more than a lot of chances to win it." Talbot had just come out of a slump with his best round of the week. He fired a two-under-par 32 on Hie back nine and finished one stroke under par 68, tied with Roxburgh for top round of the week over the layout. Sanders, Mann Meet GROSSINGEH, N.Y. (AP) Can a woman named Mann beat a man named Sanders at the game of golf? A purse and a lot of pride will be at stake Tuesday when Carol and Doug tee off to test their skills against each other on the new par-72 Big G golf course at Grossinger Coun- try Club. For Roxburgh, British Colum bia junior champ three year, straight, the second round fi nally turned out a good back nine far him. Four times earlier in the week he played a solid nine holes going out, only to run intc trouble in the back half of thr course. In the second round he wen through the front in regulation 34, but cut par by a stroke on the back nine. He says he ran is getting to know the coursf and still hopes to cut anothe couple of strokes off par. Sixty-six golfers survived the 155 cut after the second roun .508 .504 457 '.3SS 18 IHtt 24V4 34 THURSDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 10! 010 12 1 311 Diego Oil 000 1 6 1 Pappas (10-fi) and Hundley; Wilson (0-5) Herbcl (7) Doyle (9) and' Bar- ton. HR: Heuslon 000 212 9 0 Montreal 001 300 4 5 1 Dierker (12-11) and Edwards; Weg- ener (3-5) Reed (6) McGinn (9) and Saleman. HRs: Cincinnati 110 100 000- 3 13 1 Philadelphia 210 300 680 McGlofhy (11-8) Gullelt (4) Carrol (8V and Bench; Palmer, Jackson (4-13) (4) and Compton. HR: St. Louis .Ml MO 8 0 San Francisco 100 000 1 8 5 Gibson (19-5) and Simmons; Perry (17-13) and Dielz. Atlanta WO COO 110-1 3 New York 101 11D 570 NIekro (10-16) CsrdweJI (6) Navarre [8} and Tillman; McAndrew (8-11) and Dyer. AMERICAN LEAGUE Easl W Baltimore New York Detroil Boston Cleveland Washington West 75 72 Pel. .64B .555 .531 .508 .372 .366 27 28V4 Minnesota 75 51 California 72 56 Oakland 63 61 Kansas City 49 79 Milwaukee 48 Bl Chicago 48 33 THURSDAY'S RESULTS Oakland 010 120 1 1 Baltimore 302 020 6 11 3 Dobson (1-12) Fingers Lsche- mann (4) Grant (5) Locker (6) Lind- blad (fl) and Fernandez; Cueilar (20-7) and Hendricks. H-Rs: Robinson (2) (21} Crowley Milwaukee no 031 11 I Cleveland 000 001 Krausse (12-14) and Roof; Dunning (3-7) Mingori (2) Lasher (3) Colbert (8) and Fosse, Fuller HRs: Pena (2) Harper (25) Walton (16) Sims Boston 070 100 5 7 1 Minnesota 200 310 5 11 1 Perry (19-11) and Mltterwald; Sle- berl 013-7) Harlenstein Nagy (7) and Satrlano. HRs: SPRINGFIELD KELLY SPRINGFIELD "TIRES FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" 149x26 6 184x26 6 ply COMBINE TIRES .50 .00 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPUTE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 40JI IK Aw. South w 337-444S ;