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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 1, 1970 THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD Players Pension Fund Reaps Benefits Of Big Crowd Rough Riders No Match For All-Stars OTTAWA (CP) Quarter- back Ronnie Lancaster of Sas- katchewan Roughriders twin- kled brightest of them aU Thursday night as the Canadian Football League All-Stars hum- bled Ottawa Rough Riders 35-14 at Lansdowne Park. Sharing quarterbacking duties wilh Sonny Wade of Montreal Aloucttes, Lancaster completed 12 of 23 passes for 241 yards, one of them a 70-yard pass and run touchdown with British Col- umbia's Jim Young on the re- ceiving end. Lancaster was also on Held for the other three all-star touchdowns, scored by Dennis Duncan of Alouettes, Bill Sy- nlons of Toronto Argonauts and George Reed of Saskatchewan. Ted Gerela of Lions added field goals of 29 and 38 yards and booted three converts. The winners got their first two points from a safety touch. The fans In the park roared their approval as Prince Charles presented a trophy to Lancaster who had been voted as the outstanding player of the game by football raters. Riders, last year's Grey Cup champions, were overshadowed in every department by the 32 Catonio Shows Good Power Two games were played In the Commercial Men's Fastball League last evening'. In the firsl game RCMP showed everyone Race Results CALGARY (CP) Race results Thursday at Victoria Park. First allowance, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- Carol's Pet (Lawson) 5.40 3.10 2.60, Newlynne (Turetsky) 3.50 HI Elk hart [Hunt) 3.50. Time: 1-5 Twilight Centennial Page also ran. Track Scratches: Tanbye, Lody Cralgmount. Second claiming, and up, 7 furlongs Hellen Grey (Combs) 11.40 5.90 3.10, Grinning Sam (Coombs) 12.50 5.60, Wolf's Go Go (Shields) 3.10. Time: Mary's Monkey, Hungryhawk, Brown Monarch, Gale North, Western Blues also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 3-year-olds, 5 fur- Soldier (Barroby) 13.SO 5.40 3.EO, Arctic John (stadnyk) 4.30 3.60, Bhai Force (Haynes) Time: 2-5 Shuffle King, Just Society, Dlffy's Dancer. Alice Arm, Regicide also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, M miles Same Affair (Parsons) 7.50 3.80, Anticipation (L. Wiseman) 12.10 5.40, Regal Hawk (Rasmussen) 2.60. Time: Draw Weight, Joey's Law, Roman Frost, Round River, Short Circuit, Ran- dom Rage also ran. Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 1-16 Jean's Goldle (Ryan) 8.40 7.20 4.20, Chino's Idol (Lawson) 6.BO 3.60, Des- tlny's child (Hedge) 2.90. Time: 2-5 King Dreamer, Jumping Giant, Mul- tifold, Bold Grin, Eva Dobbin also ran. EXACTOR: Sixth claiming, 4-year-o'lds and up, IV. miles Closed Court (Rasmussen) 17-30 5.70 3.30, Legal Leo (B'arroby) 3.50 2.50, Common Marker (Coombs) 3.30. Time: 2-5 On Go, Perfect Host, Erin's Queen, Dunny's Buddy also ran. Seventh claiming, and up, 7 furlongs Redirect (Hedge) 8.00 5.40 Ma- Slc Grey (Stadnyk) 5.70 3.30, Vast Op- portunity (Lawson) 2.90. Time: 4-5 Polar Palace, All Image, Keno Kid, West Wind Gal also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Mydar (L. Wiseman) 31.30 10.50 5.20, Polish Rod (Mccaulev) 7.10 5.50, Prince Lure (Coombs) 3.40. Time: 2-5 Brownie Law, Lisa B Good, The Iron Girl, Miss Warlou, Monk's Dude also that they will be top contenders in the league. Nu-Mode Homes were just getting on track, bu the RCMP stopped that as thej clobbered them 10-3. Doug Hartly picked up the win for the HCMP while Arte Konynenbelt suffered the loss. After an absence Tony Catom came back and reminded ev eryone that he hasn't lost any of his power by Wasting a home run and two singles for the win ners. Ron Pennoyer chipped ir with three singles and Bob Young helped by socking a dou We and a single. For Nu-Mode Pat Sullivan connected for a home run am a single. In the second game, the La bor Club and the Contractors could not decide a winner ty- ing 2-2. Greg Binning for the Labor Club and Ron Zasadny pitchec to a stalemate. George Waselenak poked oul two singles for the Labor Club and Darryl Knibbs aided with a double. Richard Dietzen and Ron Zas- adny were the big guns at the plate for the Contractors. Diet- zen stroked out two doubles while Zasadny pounded a home run. BrazU To Play On Home Courts WINNIPEG (CP) -The Davis Cup American zone final between Canada and Brazil will be played in Sao Paulo July 18- 20, the Canadian Lawn Tennis Association announced Thurs- day. President Coe D. Suydam said Brazil exercised its option of playing on home courts. The last time the two countries met, in Canada in 1957, Brazil won 3- 2. The CLTA had hoped the final would be staged in Winnipeg, where Canada won the north zone rounds last month. The Canadian team of Mike Belkin, John Sharpe and Peter Burwash defeated the Common- wealth Caribbean 5-0 and New Zealand 3-2. They leave Toronto for Brazil July 11. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, JULY 6 P.M. Abdullah to be searched by 2 ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vs. CARLOS BHAFONTI MIGHTY URSUS vs. BOB SWEETAN GIRLS WRESTLE ROYAL FOLLOWED BY CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHI Plus SWEET DADDY SIKI and 4 MORE BIG BOUTS Admission Sl.SO Box Office Opens p.m. Watch Stampede Wrestling Saturday afternoon and Monday Night on CJLH-TV Channel 7. Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. ond Mayor Magrath Drive WE NEVER CLOSE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY Your Headquarters For: Imperial Oil Fishing Licenses Sfereo Tapes Garden Supplies Campfire Equipment 9 Fishing Supplies Bar-B-Q Supplies We Now Fill Propane Bottles MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Comer 3rd Avenue ond Mayor Magraih Drive Phone 327-1046 Licensed Mechanic On Duty from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday. TVEVER AGAIN! A week ago, while south. Albertans were enjoying a cool 92 above, the calendar told me that it was time to gather up the family and head for home from Disneyland and Sea World. Friends advised I should drive across the desert at night. It can get up to 110 above quite easily during the day on the desert, they said. But, the kids wanted to see the desert and my wife wanted to see all the pretty cactus in bloom. A few hours after leaving the sea breezes, we were to In the middle of hell. We don't have to go there now. We've already been. We had a window, water cooler, air conditioner for the car, which made driving not too uncomfortable so long as everyone kept the window closed. But, there was this little grade in the road and it didn't take long before the little red light came on in the dash. It means your car is overheated. Hie sign along the high- way at that precise time said: "radiator stop two miles ahead." We made it, but it took 45 minutes to cool it. Cool it tte thermometer blew its top. It was 130 above outside. You couldn't sit in the car because it was too hot and you couldn't stand on the pavement because it burnt your feet right through the shoes. So I went to the cooler in the back of the car and dropped ice cubes down the back of my shirt. Finally we made it to Las Vegas, and as WE were pull- ing onto the strip the flashing sign on one of the larger structures read: time p.m., temperature 122 above. To look down at the pavement was like looking into a blast furnace. At midnight it was still 103 above. The following day it was only 118 above before we finally made it back to greenery, Never again! I should have listened to my friend Don Pilling. He warned me, but I refused to take his advice. Now, when he speaks about fishing, marsbmallow bait and so on, I'll listen. Believe me, I'll listen. -A- THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA Fish and Game Council's third annual picnic date has been changed from July 11 and 12, to July 18 and 19. It's to be held1 at the Belly River Campgrounds in Waterton Lakes National Park again. There'll be a wiener roast Saturday evening, with breakfast for all Sunday morning. Fish derby, races for the youngsters, horse shoes and tug-b-war for the grown-ups. Hundreds attended last year's picnic and all had a terrific time. The big winner was the CFL players pension fund which got all of the profits from ttie game, Michele Briere Coming Around PITTSBURGH (AP) Michel Briere, Pittsburgh Penguin rookie standout, in a coma for 47 days, has regained "a low level of a spokesman for the National Hockey League team said Thursday. Briere, who suffered head in- juries in an auto accident near his home in Malartic, Que., May 15, has been under treatment in hospital in Montreal ever since. The spokesman said he was able to recognize his fiancee, The federation is also going to push for the establish- j his brother and team mate Jean THE FIRST OFFICERS for the Alberta Federation of Naturalists were elected last week in Calgary, with two from Lethbridge elected to the executive. Mrs. Helen Schuler is treasurer and Mrs. Francis Schultz was elected a director. The president is Dr. M. T. Myers, who is rath the depart- ment of biology at the University of Calgary. Vice-president is David Spalding of Edmonton, head curator at the provin- cial museum. The federation is to serve as a liaison and co-ordinating body for naturalist groups in Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary, Lethbridge and Banff. The federation publishes a bi- monthly newsletter. It is available to anyone for per year subscription. Address is 2103 Crocus Road1 N. W., Calgary 48. First area of concern and line of action by the federation is the lowering of the water levels in the delta of the Atha- basca Hiver because of the hold back of water by the W. C. Bennett Dam on the Peace Eiver in B.C. players making up the all-star team. Four players were chosen from each of the other eight clubs in the CFL. The defensive squad opened1 the scoring doors for Riders on both then- touchdowns. Rookie John, Pell intercepted Lancaster pass at the Ottawa goal and took it back 70 yards. Gary Wood, a former New York Giant, passed to Wayne Giar- dino for 13 yards and then Wood tossed 26 yards to flanker Whit Tucker for the score. Billy Van Burkleo, who shared quarterbacking duties with Wood and retired Russ Jackson, picked off a Sonny Wade pass and ran 70 yards for the second Rider touchdown. Don Sutherin converted both Ottawa scores. With a rookie quarterback going most of the way and with- out the 1969 breakaway speed of Vic Washington and1 the long- scoring threat of Margene Ad- kins. Riders were, never in the running. They were held to a miserable 11 yards rushing and Giardino got seven of them in five cracks at the All-Star line. Not even the magic of Jack- son was available to Riders. He started the game for them, and came on late in the fourth quarter when some heroics were called for. TWO STOLEN But all Jackson could manage was to complete three of eight passes for 28 yards and two of his throws were intercepted. Wood, who set the stands buzzing by completing his first two throws of the game, one for the Tucker score, ended the evening completing five of 15 throws for 60 yards. Van Burk- leo was two for four for 25 yards. On the All-Star front, Wade was good on 10 of 19 throws for 141 yards, giving the winners a total of 382 yards in the air. The Rider total was 113. And while Riders scratched for 11 yards on the ground, Reed alone got 72 on 15 carries for the Stars and wiHi Duncan and Symons, accounted for the lion's share of the 131 total. Ken Nielsen of Winnipeg Blue Bombers caught six passes for 105 yards while Young grabbed two for 101. You an did a helluva said coach Eagle Keys of Sas- katchewan. "You had a lot of pride and you went out and did it." CAUGHT IT Joe Coffey, of the CFL All-Stars, manages to calch a pass despite Ottawa Rough Rider Irby Augustine's efforts to knock it down. Tha All-Start won the game, played Thursday in Ottawa, 35-1X. ment of a national park in the South Nahanni River valley in the North West Territories. Reports indicate the federal government may allow extensive base metal mining opera- tions to be carried out in the area in the near future. The federation says that's a no, no. FOR FISHING: Most of the stocked water Impound- ments in the south country are producing fairly well. Some, in fact, are even starting to get sluggish1 because of the hot weather. At Waterton Lakes National Park the real tester appears to be Lake Linnett. ITie trout are in that littte impoundment, but try and get them to bite. The beaver dams in various locations are slow. They've had some heavy pressure since the Victoria Day weekend. Alderson and Cameron lakes are both producing limits without too much difficulty. You have to work for them at Crandell, but the trout are there. Twin Lake is open. It has rainbows, cutthroats and broofeies. ATTENTION VACATION MOTORISTS Don't Start Your Vacation Trip Without A RADIATOR FLUSH Save yourself unncessary roadside stops due to over- heated engine we can perform this work for you expertly and efficiently with our modern El Rantho 6th Ave., M.M. Driv.T CAR NEED A TUNE-UP? Ernia Rosvold our licensed mechanic It itif Tunt- Up Specialist in Southern Alberta. All work Guaran- teed! Service Phone 327-5406 Pronovost. Wrestling Event Opens Saturday U.S. Team May Surprise EDMONTON (CP) United States team officials expecl their wrestlers to be among the top three teams in freestyle and maybe one of the surprises in Greco-Roman at the World Am- ateur Wrestling Championships which start Saturday. But Steve Eyanoff of Newark. N.S., member of the board oi directors of the U.S. Amateur Wrestling Association, said: "It's going to be difficult to beat the Soviet Union and Bul- garian teams who should main- tain their supremacy in. both freestyle and Greco-Roman." More than 500 wrestlers from about 37 countries will partici- pate hi the week-long champion- ships. Most of the countries, in- cluding the U.S. and Canada, wifl be represented by the mini- mum of 10 freestyle and 10 Gre- co-Roman wrestlers. In last year's tournament at Mar Del Plata, Argentina, the Soviet Union won six gold, one silver and three bronze medals in Greco-Roman. Romania picked up two gold medals and Iran and Bulgaria one each. The Soviet Union collected four gold medals in freestyle, finished second twice and third twice. Iran, the U.S. and Japan each had two gold medals. Bul- garia won three silver and one bronze. FORT MACLEOD TRAP CLUB TURKEY and HAM SHOOT SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1970 12 NOON milei straight south of the Wheat Pool Elevators on Centra Trail CONCESSION BOOTH WINDSHIELDS BROKEN? Have it replaced now by experts at Lethbridge Sash Door! FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY OF YOUR CAR! LETHBRIDGE Corner 5th Ave., 4th St. S. Phone 327-1581 Evanoff, who competed in wrestling at the University of Toledo and coached at Rum- ford, Me. said in an interview: "Even our most porous efforts should put us in third during free-style competition. We could win the over-all title if we get a break in the draw and pull a few surprises." He said this year the U.S. has stressed Greco-Roman wrestling as much as freestyle "and it should pay off with an improved performance." Besides the Soviet Union and Bulgaria, Romania and Yugo- slavia are considered top coun- tries in freestyle, while Iran, Korea and Turkey are leading contenders in Greco-Roman. Will Have Session DETROIT (AP) Now that Denny McLain's celebrated sea- son's debut is history, Detroit Tiger manager Mayo Smith says he plans to have a long talk with him on matters other than baseball. "I figure we should get this out of the way Smith said Thursday, referring to the game Wednesday night in which Mc- Lain lasted 51-3 innings without getting a decision in the Tigers' 6-5 victory over New York Yan- kees in 11 innings. "I'm going to have a long talk, with him about all that other Smith said. He was talk- Ing about McLain's 80-day sus- pension and other personal mat- ters that may be on Denny's mind. McLain, who has filed for bankruptcy, was suspended April 1 by baseball commis- sioner Bowie Kuhn for associat- ing with Illegal bookmakers in 1967. "We're going to talk about a lot of McLain said. 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