Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
August 30, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 11 juniors lose in final after four-frame Sunday stint Cubs have too many horses for tired Miners THATSOUNtiS LIKE 'IM NOW, MUM ANDY, SEEIN' AS IT'S SHE DOESN'T NEEB Mfc, LASS> -'ER FACE is 'S? CHAPERON: HEH.'HEH.'HEH.' LATE, WOULC" VOU ESCORT ME MOTHER'OME? JFin. in Edmonton Cowboys Alberta champs Dallas Cowboys brought Leth-; ball League, came home from bridge ils second men's fastball I Edmonton with Uio Alberta se- nior B. fastball crown. Last weekend M and K Generals title of the weekend. year (liis past Cowboys, first place finishers in UK City Men's Senior Fast- w o n the provincial intenne- mediafe A title. In ivinning the championship Race results CALGARY ,CP) Red result Saturday al Victoria Park: Flrsl claiming, 3-yesr-Dlds, 1 1-16 miles. Johnny Red (Kipling) 4.00 300 3.30, Lord Hairy (Norris) 7.00 3.0, Grlnner [Shields) 2.60. Time: 1-5. Flying Lignlning, Reserve Scat, Ar- lann's Miss D'Or, Whistling Marine, Trader John also ran. Second claiming, J-year-olds end up, I1 B miles. (flfllln Jacopo'S B.JQ i.ta. Arrow sley) 3J.1D (Hunt) 3.30 J.fJO, Time: Prince Gray, Jacoer Psrk, TetralDBE, DarK Moud also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third SMW, claiming, 2-year-olds, 5 fur- longs. I Call Me Star (Stadnyk) M.OD 7.DD sixth claiming, 7 fur- longs. Tola Nymph (Hedge] 7.40 3.30 3.70, Obligation (RycroM) 3.00 2.60, Baha Kid (Shields) 3.00. Time: 1 36 1-5. Sir Morn, Cheat The Bull, Burr, dy Lass, New Crealor, Jeanoul also Seventh claiming, 4-year-olds and up 'sfiarp Reply (Shields) 9.10 4.10 Rapid Kaiak (Whlllle) 6.50 5.00, Soon Enuff (Barroby) 5.10. Time: 3-5 Eagle Hill, RosJe's Max Winy, Free Ground, Monle B also rar.. Eighfh added handicap, 3-year-olds and up, IV'i Majo 4.70, Honor And Glory -1.70 Cfirlbro Trail (Blllingsley) fjackowiak) Time: 4 5. Ginger Boy a, Western Fair, West- ern Echo, Smoolh Coal, Spotted Turk QUINELLA: 533.10. Fourth claiming, J-j-ear-olds, IVe miles. Love Success (Stadnyk) 2B 00 B CO 4.00, The (Jackcwiak) 3.70 2.BO, Shuttle King (Kipling) 3-30. Time: 3 5. Bomb Sile, Scottish Soldier, Peppy Pierre, Heir 01 Gomb Striker also ran. Fifih cliiirning, J ypar-ords nrd 7 furlongs. Sertor Ticrrc- (Hunf) 1-J.M 7.9Q i 90, Go Go Gien (Billrngslcyj -i.90 3.40, An'ila D (Jnrfcowjsk) 4.10. Time: 1-5. Acc Awnrd. Rowdy Boy, Western Champ, Punter's Joy, Denorco also EXACTOft: Preslo (Bllllngsley) 13.80 5.70 3.30, Love Your Host (Barroby) 2.40, Bib Dan (Sladnyk) 3.10. Time: 6-5. Soolime, Golden Compass, Flying Award, Tom Ot London, Johnny N Joe also ran. Ninth claiming, 4-year-old5 pnd up, 7 furlongs. Game Boy (Whittle) J.BO 2.90 2.50, Toll King (Rycroll) 4.00 3.10, Chuckle On (Hedge) 3 10. Time: 4-5. Rubella, Speedy Son, Merry Muflef, I Miss You also ran. QUINELLA: S12. Tanner ties i wedding knot MUST VANCOUVER, (B.C. (CP) Tanner, a mem- ber of Canada's sports Hall of Fame and known in the late 1960s as "mighty mouse" for her international swimming ex- ploits, married Ian Nahrgang of Calgary Saturday in a quiet cer- emony at St. Francis in the Wood Anglican Church. The couple planned a camping honeymoon in the Rockies he- fore returning to Calgary, The honors were well spread where Mr. Nahrgang is to at- out in the annual Indian Battle tad the University of Calgary, arcliery tournament staged Elaine in 1965, at the age o[ Saturday and Sunday in Lelh- 15, was named Canada's ont- Popson, Lee share honors the Cowboys won four games while losing just once in the two-day event. Cowboys emerged victorious in the final of four-learn event with a 5-2 win over Edmonton City Police m the Sunday con- clusion. George Sanloni was the win- ner, for third lime in the tourney, as he bested Jack Pol- lack who gave way to Jim Milne. Danny Santoni came up with the big blast of final game as he stroked a home run in the first inning. The Cowboys scored single runs in the first, fourth and sixth before notch- ing two in the seventh to salt away the victory. Edmonton had scored In the fourth and sixth innings. Wes Gogel had a home ran for the Police. their way lo the win the locals edged Peace River 8-7 with George the hero with a grand-slam home run in tfie bottom of the seventh inning with the Cow- boys trailing 1A. Dan-ell Leavitt was the win- ner following Waselenak's blast. The Cowboys played Edmon- ton twice before the final and split as the host club won 3-2 with Santoni the loser and Milne, in relief of Pete Nars- den, the winner, Garry Wyros- tok had a pair of singles for the Cowboys. In the other Lelhbridge-Ed- monton clash the Cowboys won 4-1 with Santoni the winner. Gogle took the loss as Corrido Santoni tripled in the winning runs in the seventh. Cowboys also earned a 20 win over Calgary Host with Santoni besting Ed Fatrushka The locals got three singles from Laurie Crimson and a pair of singles each from Danny Santoni and Blair Hurt. In other games in the tour- ney Edmonton edged Calgary 1-0 in 12 innings Gogel the win- ner over Larry Heath. Calgary downed Peace River 5-2, Ul ivjyv. Marie Popson and Lew shared lop honors as they won four gold and their respective freestyle medals in individual i ents. Popson hails from events at the 19G6 bridge while Lee is from Games in and set a world record In men's barobow the time in the 220-yard went to Jolin Horvalli of bor wliile in junior Iwys barc-bow John Stanek ot year later she took two gold and three silver medals at i In was winner. Cadet Games in freestyle saw Larry Popson and earned two JX Lelhbridpe emerge with the spoils wliile in Cadet at the summer Olympic Games in Mexico C1IE Vince Harter of Magrath left international in 1909, completed Grade In heavy tackle Peter and went on to studies mann of Lethbridge University of Alberta in on and University of Terry Pupp of Taber won ladies bnrcbow with (lie plans for the future, ar pals bareliow going to recently: "I will be far Slulson of Magrath. and hopefully I will poll Magralh fial, Wanda Bull we'll both won Uie cnriet girls lols and lols of in t LAKESI HOLIDAY BARBER (Formerly ANDY'S BARBER NOW RELOCATED IN HOLIDAY (Formerly Shoppers' OPENING TUESDAY, AUGUST S EXPERIENCED SM Murray Foslor for Razor Shaping Blow Hair Relaxing Parsons Andy one! Murray wetcomr old nnd new SPECIAL PRICE FOR and W Hnr ol Juhilee leads division Jubilee hold a slim one point lead in the first division of the Lakeside golf league playoffs after two rounds of play. illy Jubilee have 33 uliile Flemings follow close behind with 32. Singers is next in line with 29 points. the second division ES sit in first spot with points, six better than _ns with 2o. C1IEC rests in firs' in the on with 34 points after two rounds ot play while Pahulje trailes with 2S. Parsons and Walkers follow in (bird and frurtb, place respcc- vely. A and W Iras come up on top so far in the fourth division wiUi 'inls, Herald holds down second with 30 while Dorigalli is in third willi 111 points. i w e a r y defending champion Lelhbridge Junior Miners Siin- day night. The Miners j'jst didn't have the horses and walriied their Southern Alberta Senior Base- leading the ball League crown go down the to run-away drain at the Henderson ball By LLOVD YAMAGI5HI Herald Sports Writer "It's tough to play four ball games in one day and it's even tougher to win all four." That's how manager Doug Frier felt after Cubs 13-3 victory over the tired and I park over the weekend. Arsenal loses third contest LONDON (CP) Arsenal crashed to its third successive defeat Saturday when beaten 1-0 at home by Stoke City. A goal by centre-forward John Ritchie at the 18 minute mark gave Stoke revenge for lasl sea- son's cup semi-final defeat by Arsenal, which now has lost twice in succession on its own ground after previously being unbeaten there for more than a year. Sheffield United dropped its first point of the season in a scoreless draw with West Brom- wich Albion, but stayed on top of the First Division with nine points after five games. Referees continued their get- tough policy and the number of players booked exceeded 150 after only the third Saturday of the new season. Manchester United remained second in the First Division afler drawing 1-1 with Wolver- Tom Prothro only one winning By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ten men are starting their first full seasons as head coaches of professional fotball teams. Of the 10, only one- Tommy ProLhro of Los Ange- les a winning record after the first five weeks of Na- tional Football League exhibi- tion games. Prothro moved into the win- ning column Sunday, when the Rams beat New England Pa- triots 31-21 to raise their pre- season record to 3-2. In Sun- day's only other game, Atlanta Falcons topped Buffalo Bills 35- 24. In Saturday games, Cincinati Bengals edged St. Louis Cardi- nals 22-21, Minnesota Vikings defeated Pittsburgh Stealers 2G- 21, Baltimore Colts topped Washington Redskins 20-14, Dakland Raiders beat Green 3ay Packers 17-13, Philadelphia Eagles tripped New York Giants 26-14, San Diego Charg- ers upended New Orleans Saints 22-7, San Francisco '49ers ral- lied to defeat Denver Broncos 13-17, Chicago Bears edged leveland Browns 20-19 and Hiami Dolphins topped Detroit Lions 28-2-1. New York Jets oppose Kansas City Chiefs tonight, winding up :he weekend's action. i hamplon Wanderers. George Best put United ahead after 15 minutes, but fullback Bernard Shaw earned Wolves a point with a 30-yard equalizer in the 78th minute. United, unbeaten In five games under new manager Frank O'Farrcll, is iust ahead of Liverpool on goal average. Liverpool moved into third spot with a 3-2 win over Leicester Cily. Steve Heighway, Kevin Kee- gan and John Toshack scored for Liverpool with David Wish and John Farragton replying for Leicester. Leeds United, managed a 2-0 away victory over Ipswich, which lost for the first time this season. Peter Lorimer and Rod Bclfitt scored for Leeds. West Ham United found its opponents' net when Bermu- dan-born Clyde Best netted after 54 minutes against Ever- ton to give the London team a 1-0 first of the new season. Chelsea, without Keith Weller, Tommy Baldwin and Ian Hutch- inson, because of injuries, gained its first victory of the season, 2-1 over Huridersfield. COLIN BELL RETURNS Manchester City's Colin Bell. back after an injury, scored a brilliant seventh-minute goal to pave the way for a 4-0 slaughter of Tottenham Hotspur. Play was stopped five minutes when the referee changed his mind after originally awarding Crystal Palace a goal. After his decision that the ball had hit the side netting, several fans were removed from the stands by po- lice. The game with Nottingham Forest ended 1-1. Southampton managed a 2-2 draw with Derby County and Blackpool kept the Second Divi- sion lead with a 1-0 victory over bottom club Sheffield. Third Di- vision Nolls County was de- feated 1-2 by Bolton and Fourth Division Grimsby got 1-1 draw with In Scotland, Celtic beat Rangers 3-0 in League Cup. LENNOX SCORES LAST Tommy Callaghan fired home a tremendous shot to put Celtic up and Bobby Lennox added the third. Celtic's David Hay had his name taken and Rangers cap- tain John Creig received a stern warning for a fierce tackle on Jimmy Johnstone, but generally :he crowd saw a clean game. Parlick Thistle whipped Ar- broatb 4-2 and clinched its sec- tion of the League Cup. Hibernian kept its unbeaten record, beating Motherwell 2-1 :o notch its fifth victory in suc- Having to play four games in one day was loo much for j the Miners as they ran out of pitchers going into the sudden- doalh final Sunday night. The Miners had forced the surMen-dealh playoff encounter with a slini 9-8 victory ovei the Cubs earlier in the eve- ning. Earlier in the day, the Mi- ners sunk the Taber-Enchant Combines 14-5 in the morning and edged Pincher Creek 9-B in the afternoon. By the time the sudden- death final was on tap the Miner's battery was dead. Both Randy Maxwell and Randy Wolstoncroft had sore arms from earlier games and firer-baller Hod Taylor had finished pitching the previous game. Regular centre fielder Tim Negrello, used sparingly as a pitcher during the year was also tired, having to relieve Taylor in their 9-0 victory over the Cubs completing a game before that. The Miners, therefore, had to settle for Larry Edwards the regular shortstop to handle the pitching duties in the crucial game. Edwards lasted for four innings before giving way to Marty Maxwell, a IC-year-old chiicker they picked up from the minor ranks. CUBS FRESH On the other hand, the Cubs looked fairly fresh for the fi nal game and came out like block-busters. They knew what it was like 1 to play four games in one day, j since they themselves were in the same predicament last weekend. The Cubs played four straight games before they came up with the Alberta title In the championship final Bernie Sonntag, in relief o starlcv Greg Lazaruk was credited with the mound vic- tory'. The two Cub chuckers limit- ed the Miners to four hits dur- ing the seven innings of play while fanning six. On the other hand the Cubs rocked losing pitcher Edwards and reliever Maxwell on 14 oc- casions in the lopsided con- test. Jim Campbell led the Cub hitters with a double and two singles while Tony Sutcliffe chipped in with two singles. Four Miners scattered sin- gle apiece. In games Saturday Al Fer- chuk led the Cubs to a 4-3 vic- tory over the Miners while Handy Maxwell took the loss. S'ulcliffe was the lop hitter for the Cubs stroking three sin- gles in five tries. Sonntag gave the Cubs a con- victory over the T a b e r Enchant Combines while Wayne Hart threw a one- lilter against Milk River to give the Combines their only victory in the three-day double knockout tourney. It seems the Cubs are now ready for the Canadian cham- jionship. During the past two veeks, the Cubs have gained CLUB CHAMPION Al Kenwood emerged with 1he men's title in the Country Club championship which wrapped up Sunday at the l.Gihbridge Country Club. Kenwood champ ub Al Kenwood and Katie IVil- In Die first flight the honors son came up with club cham-' went lo Maureen Mokosh while pionships over the weekend on two different golf courses. Kenwood emerged with the at the Wilson men s County championship Ch'b while the second flight won by Mr.. Kendall. Taiwan captures championship WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (CP) Taiwan exploded for nine runs in the ninth inning Satur- day to break open an ex'b-a-in- ning thriller and score a 12-3 victory over Gary, Ind., in the Little League World Series championship game. It was Tai- wan's second Little League title Fourteen Taiwan batters came up in an inning that had six hits, four walks and a large At Henderson Wilson had her i nmiber of ncssed balk and wild hands fi'll with young Ailccn pitches Pitcher Hsu Cliin-mu went all the way for Taiwan, striking out a record 22 bailers to break the old mark of 17. After allowing Iwo hils in the opening inning, took home I lie honors for the women at Henderson Lake. At the Country Club, Ken- wood besfed a field of 50 to win the title but his biggest opposition came from Jim Freel. The Country Club champion- ship was a event and at the conclusion of the two rounds Kenwopd and Frecl were deadlocked at 150 each. They then tangled in a nine- hole match to decide a winner h Kenwood scoring o 33 to I best Freel by one slroke for the crown. Metcalfe. Wilson was Ihc vic- tor with a 189 over the 36 holes one slroke better than Miss Metcalfe. Low net score wenl to Hclda seven'victories in nine games Kendall with a 150 for the tour-1 he held Gary hitless the rest and have the momentum to keep right on going. The Canadian title is next so look out Kenoshee, the Cubs are coming. Sudden-death triumph for young Londoner EDMONTON (CP) Kelly Roberts, Uie 18-year-old who just played the game and at- tracted little attention, won the Canadian junior golf title in an electrifying sudden-death play- off aturday. He defeated Adam Brown, 18, of Hamilton on the third hole of the playoff. Both had finished the four-day, 72-hole tournament wit five-over-pnr 289. Roberts, from London, Ont., had rounds of 71-76-71-71 aad Brown scored TI-76-73-T5. Roberts, a high school stu- dent, had been in fifth place going into the final round, six strokes behind leader Murray McLaren, 16, of Woodbridge, Ont. Brown had been tied for second with Rod Lnijig, 17, of Prince George, B.C. McLaren and Laing each fin- ished Uie tournament lied for third with 290s. "T was six strokes back and I never Ihought I'd get round. He carded a three-over 38 on the front nine and a one- over 37 on Uie longer, more dif- ficult, back nine. Roberts, who won the Ontario junior championship two years ago, went one over on the first leg and one under on the last. He also was on the Ontario team. The fourth-place finisher was Hike Defalco, 18, of Lucerne, Que., three strokes off at 232. He missed Uie first month o! Uie polf season tlu's year when he broke his hand playing hockey for Ottawa Rangers of Uie Cen- tral Junior League. Tied for fifth with 295 were Scott Keenlyside, 18, of Langley, B.C., and Stephen Ball, 28, of Weston, Ont. McLaren was nsmcd the Juve- nile champion and Robbie Jack- son 16, of He Biznrd, Quc., last year's juvenile winner, was run- ner-up iiilli 209. The sizzling fid which gave said Roberts. "Bui, 5'ou always j McLaren the lend Friday was have a chance in junior golf." Bnnvn .ilniost look Uie tillc on Ihc first hole of the playoff when liis foot birdie putt rolled up to the cup and clung to Ilin edge. On the third hole, lie Inppod his drive, went down one .slroke and unnble lo make it up on Ihc green. 13! Brown, who paced Ontario lo .'.r vicloi'y In llir ;'j j vinciiil learn matches, blamed u i his pulling for Ihc poor last Ihe lowest IB-hole score of Ihe tournament and was omly two strokes away from the club record set by Wilf Homenuik ot Winnipeg in the Alberta Open several years ago. Daniel Talbot, 18, of Belocil. Que., also fired a 68, but he got his during the team competi- tions. Roberts was somewhat sur- prised to find himself tied with Brown. "There were a lot of people right in there. I thought I would have to be under 70 lo get in." There weren't any hard feel- ings about the suden-dealh match. Brown and Roberts are friends and roomed together during Ihe tournament. Broim defeated Roberts ear- lier this slimmer in the Tarn O'Shanter junior invitational. There had been young golfers registered for the event. But Uio large field had to be trimmed and only 175 were fil- lowcd a chance nt the Pepsi- Coin Silver prize in the tournament. WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM CAMPBELL vs URSES 4 GREAT BOUTS ney. I the wav. Canadian whisky is the toast of the world ...and smooth SPECIAL RESERVE is very proudly Canadian 1 SPECIAL: RESERVE Selected whiskies likntttrf... im rrc.ilo Qcnjlu il.ivoi .ind -.Tin Special Reserve. hy iin (K.fhinci Uvisl-od 'Irnvcl-cnp' in black, red or gold. Uii3 prtk.cl companion [or (invcl or rcLu.aion. A preside product of Canadian Schcnlcy Distilleries Ltd.