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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta f, _ LLIHBRIDGl HIKALD Tueidny, August 3'. Coming next in ihe li old on I? 'Give raise or I'll hold my breath' PUTTER MADE THE DIFFERENCE Adam Brown of Hamilton didn't break his putter for Kelly Roberts of Lon- don but he indicated Monday night he might the next lime. Brown's puUer turned cold over the weekend ond lie lost the Canadian junior golf championship to Robert. He led Roberts by six strokes going into the last round. Lotz makes it, wins tournament K I A JI E SIIA LAKE, N.Y. Ga., finished sixth with (AP) John Lotz of Hay ward, i Lotz pulled oven with b'ikes on Calif, regislered his first major! Hie morning round by firing a victory Monday by winning the, par 72 while Sikes was taking a Concord )pen golf tour-; 73. The two were paired for YORK The phone rang the oilier day while I was silling dott'ii lo wTilo svnipiilJiy nclcs and rhecks lo I i m Tarkenton, Sam McDow- ell. Duaiie Thoir.as and the en- lire A'aliraial Baskdball (i Uon Players Ansn. lo lido lliein over in their time of trou- ble. The caller turned oul lo be Ihe cos "Ace lircwn of aever i- f -i, Slreel old l.h: ICagles i dcluands akes alter Miie supply v' 'i'd ponc'orn rides from niily. ck T o m m y in Slrecl Bca- a friend with some hot sports m from his neighborhood' Ilobbv Sm.lh today stopped uff the playing field and pedal- files, who shares a plush Lrce- ed away on 1971 sports hi-1 house with Smith they enlcrtain all the neighlrarhood birds, is reportedly planning to join his longtime friend in a dual holriinil. "Cecil 'Grit' Harrison, who coaches holh Ihe Eagles and lieaglc.'i, said emphatically that I he had made bis final offer Lo both boys, Iwo post game milk shakes, a -lii year supply ot choeolate covered popcorn and free piggyback rides from his wife. "Harrison drafted bblh youngsters right out of the ma- ternity ward at Elm Street Hospilal anil has had them un- der a lifetime contract which keeps them from playing any spoil in the world except Par- ches! unless it is for one of his ciuns. 'One look at (hose big hands and fret anil 1 knew I needed Harrison is fond of saying. "Both Smith and Brown said they would retire from sports forever and go into movies and private business rather than play for Harrison again. 'I hate to let down the rest of the Smith said, 'especially my best friend, uh, Johnny or whalevcr his name is, hut I've got a mother and father and my birds lo look out for.' "Harrison reportedly had ar- ranged to trade Smith to the Central Avenue Cyclones for maverick AJ1 Star catcher Harry Hands but canceled it when Smith fell down oa the ground and threatened to hold his breath unlil he lurned Hue, "Brown has gone Into seclu- sion lo work nn his nlltobiO' 'Jlmv JlmrJlily Made Me Ihe Greatest 10 Year-Old Player in Tlislory.' "fTcaction of local fans is hard to determine, sinee none has shown up at any games in the last three weeks. Local stores, however, report a sharp upsurge in the sale o! mah-jongg and shitffleb oar sels." Individually ihcyrc on, top TOKO.VI'O (CPi The cii-.' The Riders' Hush Oldham is. Quay of Toronln Argonauts in i cad) by Montreal aid Hamil- rious nspccl o[ Oltana the lop Ka.Morn pass receiver j rushing while Wood is right ton Tiger-Cats. Riders' losing performance in and ranks fonrlh among the UK Eastern Football Confer- EI-'C scorers and quarterback enee this season is that Ottawa Gary Wood is the leading palyers arc at or near the (op scr. pas- of most of the division's offen- OUan-a hnlfljacl; Dennis Diin- bchind teammate Duncan. The Jiough Ilidors, of course, have had more opjwrltinilics to pick up yardage in their six pamo.s, compared lo live play- sive statistics. cp.n is second only to Leon Me- i cd by Toronto and only three Makes way ior player MO.vntEAL (CP) George! Tlic CFL ecmniissioiier said players in Iheir lineup to re- Sprmgate, t h c place-kicking j he had received statements place two who were given their Quebec politician, mil make his I from the Als vhieh said Carlos j releases after being charged lasl appearance in a Montreal [had nol played college foolhal Alouelte iinift.rni when the dr-i in Ihe U.S. hut he wanis affida- f nding Grcv Cup vits properly plied by the Als probably through last quircineuls correct but don't fit the legal re- j Worstcr oses Benson meet Ilanull Tiger-Cals lo- lie said the sialpmcnl.s sup- night at the Ar -vie. Springalc, o joined the Aloucttcs mirt _ season, will vacate his position The Tic on the club rosier for one of the returning injured Canadian players. Bolh light end Peter Daila liiva and guard Pierre D e s j a r d i n s are almost re- covered from knee surgery and a move of some kind has to be mailc. "I've t bought about if (or n long Springatc said in an interview, "and I've come (o the ranclusion that one of the on.-s lo leave should be me. "After all, I came to this team last year when 1 Iclt they needed me as a kickci, and with having possession of man- back Frank Qtiaylc juana. Kuning and defensive halfback Gig Perez are replacing fullback and defensive half Belli Miller who were re- have Ivvo new leased on waivers Friday. namont with a cur-round total of 2S9. one over par. play on the afternoon round, and remained even through 11 Lotz the younger brother of holes, lour regular Dick Lofz, earned Ulc at ND- 12> for healing Jim Wicch-