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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Thursday, July I, WO THI UTHBR1DOI HMALD 19 OTTAWA (CP) A threat of showers hangs over tonight's Canadian Football League AU- Star encounter but the heavy advance sale assures promoters jf the largest crowd ever to see such "a game. At least ,seats have al- ready been sold aiid Gary Schreider, handling the .admin- istratifih of the game, for the 3FL Players Association, said Wednesday he is looking for at :east in Park, iome of the Ottawa Rough Ri- ders Five previous all star games, played in the 1950s after the Srey Cup game, never drew more than 15000 and some of ihem. considerably fewer. Schreider said tonight's game the G.ey Cup-win- ning Riders and four players from each of the remaining eight CJTL have been a financial success with a crowd of Profits from the game go into the plajers' pension fund, how almost non etistent Eiders aiid the Stars put in their final practice sessions Wednesday Ottawa coach Jack Gotta or- dered railbirds out of the park .-fourth and final time after being hit be.lween the eyes Complains About Fairways, Greens Aaron Not Happy With Course By IAN MacLAINE LONDON; Oiit. (CP) Tommy Aaron, who opens defence of his Canadian, open golf championship today at the plush London Hunt and Country Club, iTiHipatfid WGcbiBsdsy fets haven't really accomplished much hitting .these greens unless it's close to the said Aaron. "If .pin place-merits were. behM the numerous traps, that encompass the front of the greens, are firm, the hall could slide far.beyond the pins forcing two- arid three-put greeiis arid thereby reducing, the number of urider-par holes." Wiriner Of the Canadian Open earns arid the particularly pleased wiffi what he sees herb. The native of Callaway Ga., was critical of lush fairway grass arid .Victoria Park Eighth cally of the monstrous results claiming, 4-year-oias ana up. that face the players Surf (Lawson) 6.00 3.80 ently over the tree -lined claiming, 4-year-olds and Keefe (Rasmussen) B.30 5.10, Rlv- 72, course. Most of the tournament players have commented on the furlongs Prairie Dew (Glasbrecht) 12.10 6.60 5.10, Moonlight. Spirit (Turetsky) 15.20 9.60, Punters Joy (Stadnyk} 4.70. Time' V35 3-5 Dark 'Numbers, Duchess Nan, Rag-timer, Sickle Toes also ran. Ninlh of the greens, but Aaron claiming, 4-year-olds and up, the first to be openly critical Dark Susan also (Scott) 24.50 8.70 5.00, Evj: though he hastened to e (Coombs) 5.10 3.40, Whirl 1 n g that the course was claiming; 4-year-olds and 2.80. Time: '1-5. and the greens running true. I per son ally prefer shorter grass oh the furlongs Ky Eternal (Barroby) 4.10. J.BO 3.10, Klondike Doll (Coombs) 5.10 4.10, Shere Khan (L'. Jackson) Electra, Go Go Bay Chief, .West Tor, Anita D also ran. QUINELLA: S80.SI. and smaller greens." He said it meant little to get on 3-5 Mailc.Cort, Klmbrook, Fleet Fay, Ace Award, .Tlnys King also Finied greens. DOUBLE: claiming, 4-year-oldl and Defiance miles New omen (Parsons) 45.90 19.30 14 00, Wig King (Coombs) 7.50 5.30, Pride Of Glen (Glesbrecht) Manager Leo Durocher of Chicago Cubs Wins 4-5 Flash Attack, TatraUn, Stallar Flyer, Moochin Minnie, Digital rookie pitcher Joe Decker for "defiance" during the 12th successive 5-4 claiming, 4-yeor-oIds and up, miles St. Cardinals Tuesday night. Durocher said he finied DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) T- Cale Yarborough and his well-tuned Mercury ignored blazing July heat. Wednesday to clock a lap at 191.640 miles, an hour arid win the. pole position for Saturday's Firecracker 400. stock-car race, The.five-fbbt-seven; 200-pound Yarbbrbugh wiped out his 1989 qualifying record of skinny (Combs) ,14.50 7.30 4.BO, Crovjn Countess (Turetsky) 10.10 5.60, Pretly Talk CCopmbs) 7.20. time: 1-5 .Hot Dlplomato, .Sabrlo, Aur-hol, Jacopos Susie a so rah. Fifth claiming; 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs Tivoll. Belle (Combs) .12.10 6.40 4.20, Fllibeans. (Coombs) 6.30 5.20, LfiJIta's Hope (Barroby} 5.eo. Sickles Oueen, Salty Princess, Mag Lill; Pour Me Anolher, Flying. Phil after the 23-year-old right-hander was yanked in the fourth inning. "There were two said Duroclier. "First, in the second inning, I told Decker to take a strike at the plate. It was a hot night and I wanted (Bob) Gibson to do some work. So what does he do? He takes a ball and bn the next m.p.h., but the simmering asphalt at Daytona International Speedw.ay kept hiiri from approaching his .track mark of 194.015 set last February. Ten cars won spots for t Sixth clalmlns, 3-year-olds, 1 1-16 Feathers Inn (Coomta) 7.50 3.JO 3.00, Carmengay (Rasmusser> 5.30 3.40, Mr. El Con (Sfadnyk) he swings at the ball. Is that taking a strike? "1 gave him the benefit of the doubt on that one. But in the fourth I went to the mound and told him to stand there until the July 4 classic, but. a couple of big names .didn't have the juice. Donnie Allison failed in. a 2-5 King Sparkle, Nlpawln, Mister AUC' tloneer, Tetraspeed, Fast Friday also pitcher (Roberto Rodriguez) arrived. So what did Decker do? He turned and arid Fred Lbrenzen was bumped in, a Dodge. Seventh claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Commuted Decker: "I could Yarborough won the Firecracker in 1967 and 1968. Like A Cheelati {Turetsky) 7.40 J.OO 4.50, Snock Troop (Haynes) 8.00 4.40, Great Expect a lot, but I'd .rather .not. You get your information from also captured the rich Daytona 500 here in 1-5. Max. Wing, Tiger Tuff, Chlm Cheree also ran. I'll just have to live with this." HOYT'S DOWNTOWN SPORTING 606-608 3rd Avenue S. Phone 1 WEEK-END SWIMMING EQUIPMENT Mask., SnorUls; Sriear fljfl Off Regular 15.95 4 tictilarly tiie 555-yard, .pa'r.five fist hole, considered one of the most difficult holes on Canadian golf courses. A natural, waterJiazard .faces gblfers about halfway down the fairvray in front of the from reaching the green in two. "H they moved the tees to where the amateurs tee .off, rhany'. of us would probably chance clearing the said Rodriguez. "Right now, there's no The Open-gets, .under way here, today when 144 gblfers, in- cluding 29 Canadians; tee off. Low 70 and ties after.play Fri- day enter the final two; days of the tounianient Saturday and Sunday. Fresh Yankee Top Eaniei' MONTREAL (CP) A crowd of described as the most ever at a Canadian sporting event, Wednesday night watched Fresh Yankee claim a rbcqrd for. earnings by a Cana- dian-owned horse in winning the Montreal Trot at Blue Bonnets. The seycn-ycar-old ni a r e, 3riven. by Joe O'Brlen and owned by. Duncan MacDonald of Sydney, Cram Hano- ver by thrce-.quartcrs of a length, posting a strong 3-5 mile. Ail-Star Game Gotes tonight Attendance Mark Could Fail Halfway through the Rider drill .Coach Eagle Keys of Saskat- ch'ejv an Rbugiiriders allowed fans to stay arbuild. Earlier the cream of tM.CFL took ah hour pif to sigh autographs and have their pictures taken with ah es- Blues Elect Lynn Patrick .ST. LOUIS (AP) St.. Louis Biues of the National Hockey Leigue have elected Lynn Pat- rick vice-president. He.formerly was managing director. He" joihed the Blues to May, 1S66, as coach and general man- ager. In November, rick gave uj> his coaching duties to Sco'tty Bowman. Th'e Biii.es aiso announced that Gary Ronberg has joined the cliib as" assistant to president Sidney Salomon, Jr. timated Ottawa youngs- ters. Gotta announced Wednesday night he would .use Russ Jack- son, Gary Wood ahd Billy Van Burkleb as q.uarterbacks against the All-Stars. Girls Chase Bobby Sanderson Upset By STERLING TAYLOR LONDON, Oht. (CP) Berek Sanderson would never nave believed it. Ttere .was Bobbjr Orr, his Bashful Boston Briiins' team- mate; being chased all day by gitls, .hundreds of .girls; big giMs, little girls; fat girls and thiti girls. "They don't ..bother Orr said after shooting "close to 100, I during a pro- am tournament Wednesday preceding today's opening round of the 72-hole Canadian open golf championship. Actually, although the field for tiie pro-am included. such notables as Chi. Chi Rodri- guez; defending champion Tommy Aaron titlist Sam Shead, the crowds prr as though he were the Pied Piper. And prr held their attention as he flogged the bill down the, rough, through sand traps and under the trees. "Well, wjiai .the j don't he said. "I never played golf as a kid. I ago ahd I just play the big tourna- ments." -.-.His professional partner, Bob Cox of Vancouver, says there is absolutely rib danger tjiat Orr's popularity, would detract from that of the golf- ers oh the regular tour. "He's a nice, Cox said. he wouldn't make a golfer. He, just .'dojesh't .pay attention. It's hot his game and there's is h'b chance it ever will be." Orr plays the game the way every weekend duffer plays it. The only difference is that his followers love it. Off the tee, he takes dead aim at a low-hanging cloud, misses and strides. put, 20 paces for his. second shot, which he smashes off toward the spruce trees oh the and "I hope everyone knows enough to clear out of the way." "But don't get the idea that I don't respect he says. "I think they sre under iriore pressure than any otter athlete.. Like :ih hockey, you can sort of hide when yhu're bad day. "Out on the golf course, you're all by yourself and one shot mil knock.you p'ijt of the money, even the tourna- ment." One of prr's.fqiibwers over the few, holes. was tour professional Lariy Ziegjer. Someone asked if he was planning to .sponsor Orr oh the golf circuit. "Uh, hot.why I'm interested .Ziegler said. "I'm ,w6rkuig, Ml this deal to traife.St. Louis and suburbs for him." This is Jackson's last appear- ance in an Ottawa uniform. He retired last year after leading Ottawa to national titles in 1968 and 1M9. Wood, a former New York Giant, is expected to become Ottawa's No. 1 quarterback this year. Van Burkleo, backup for Jackson last season, will defi- nitely play defence this season after trying for the starting quarterback job. Prince Charles, who. arrives here today to start a royal visit, is to watch the second half of to- night's game and later go onto the field to award cups to the winning team and to the most valuable player. The CTV national network will carry the game starting at 5 p.m. HtST but the Ottawa area will be blacked out as is usual iii regular CFL games. A hew wrinkle is a Canadian Radio-Television Commission decision which bans Ottawa's two cable TV outlets from, pick- ing up the game signal from the CTV outlet in Montreal. Riders have always Insisted that the cable stations were the big reason they couldn't attract a full house in their park, which holds in excess of Selke To Stay Witli Oakland OAKLAND (AP) Frank Selke, general manager of Oakland Seals of the Na- tional Hockey, League, says he will retain the post under new owner Charles D. Fin- ley. Selke said Wednesday he had talked by phone to.Fin- ley, who also owns base- ball's Oakland Athletics, ahd that Finley "said h'e'd like very much to have hie." Fihiey also has asked coach Ered Glover and club president Bill Torrey to stay oh their jobs, Selke said.. LEO SINGER'S MIEN'S SUITS IN 100% WOOL Sizes: Reg. 37 to 46 Tail 39 to 44 PRICE MEN'S LIGHT WEIGHT SUMMER CO-ORDINATES BY PARK ROW, Light summer shades in Wool and Wool Blends. Styles of double or single breasted. Sizes: Reg. 38-44, Tall 39- 44. Reg. 85.00 and 89.95 SALE PRICE 64 .99 BOYS7 WEAR SPECIALS BOYS' DENIM AND PERMA PRESS CASUAL SLACKS Asst- summer colors In checks, slripes and plains. 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