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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Seven birdies turn trick Art Wall moves past field SECOND ROUND LEADER-Art Wall Jr., of Honesdayle a putt go during the second round at the Can- adian Open in Montreal Friday. Wall fired c par 67 to go leven-under par for two rounds and take the lead. Miners tough this season Two doubleheaders are sche- duled in the Southern Alberta Senior Baseball League Sunday. The unbeaten and league leading Lethbridge Junior Min- ers will travel to Medicine Hat for a brace of games wihile the Pincher Creek Chlnooks will maka a trip to Milk River. The Miners who seem to have all the big guns on the mound this season haven't had too much trouble winning their games. Rod Taylor a top south-paw prospect, Randy Maxwell and lanky Randy Wolsencroft have combined to become a power- ful battery second to no others. In the Miner's batting line-up Bob Turner, Tim Negrello and Maxwell have added the punch needed to produce the runs. With this array of talent the Miners could very easily take the SASBL crown this season. Friday night at Henderson Park the Miners continued to roll right along as Taylor fired a one-hitter at Foremost in a 19-0 victory. Bruce Natrass took the loss. Taylor fanned 11 on his way to the victory and aided his MONTREAL (CP) The Canadian Open moved into its second-last day today with 78 golfers still in contention for the top prize and 47- year-old Art Wall Jr. leading the way. Wall, from Honesdale, Pa., fired a second-round 67 Friday over .the par-72 Richelieu Valley course to vault into the lead one stroke ahead of Lou Graham of Nashville, Tenn. Grouped behind Wall and Gra- ham, who had two-round totals of 137 and 138 respectively, were Phil Rodgers and Herb Hooper with 139s and Rod Fun- teth with a 140. The slim, greying Wall fired seven birdies en route to his 67. He told reporters he was pleased with his performance because "I only made a couple of mental errors out there today." "The last couple of months I've been kind of sputtering along but for the two days here my tempo has been a little bet- ter." WON IT ONCE The veteran of 21-years on the pro golf tour is attempting to win his second Canadian Open. He won the event in 1960 at To- ronto St. George's. He came second in the 1967 Open at the .Montreal Municipal course but lost in a subsequent playoff to Billy Casper. Graham, who shared the lead with three others after Thurs- day's first round, was nol pleased with Friday's second 18 holes in which he fired four birdies and went one over par on three holes. "I didn't play very well he said. "I didn't drive the ball good at all. I was in the fairway bunkers twice and the rough most of the time." The 33-year-old Graham said the course was tougher for the second round than it was Thursday. "The pin placements were very difficult, much tougher than yesterday. It wasn't unfair though." Rodgers, Funseth and Rol Deming were tied with Graham for the lead after the first round but none could match their opening-round scores Friday, DEMING SOARS Deming, from Monominie Mich., soared to a 75 after his initial round of 67. A par round by Rodgers kep the La Jqlla, Calif., pro close t the leaders while Hooper, from (8 his first time out. Bunched at 142, two-under on Jie tournament, were Deming, Harris, New Zealander iob Charles and R. H. Slkes. Many of the big names in pro- essional golf found the second round a frustrating experience. Arnold Palmer, with his 'army" faithfully dogging his own cause with four hits in- cluding a double and three sin- gles. Rick Campbell chipped in with a double and three singles as well while Turner stroked a triple and two singles. Locals host soccer game An all-star team, made up of teams from the Lethbridge Mi- nor Soccer League, will play host to Calgary Ridgeways Sun- day afternoon. Set for the Civic Centre the game will get under way at The Ridgeways are one of the top teams in the Calgary league and are expected to give the locals a stiff contest. Meanwhile, in action this past week the Cougars blanked the North Stars 7-0. EL RANCHO "NEW LOOK" in SERVICE "CAR CARE" Come In and Meet Our "New" Gas Hostesses Try our FAST MODERN GAS ISLAND SERVICE! Holiday Time is Tune-Up Timol to visit Ernlt Rosvold our fully licensed mechanic We specialize in tune-upt, carbureter and Ignition All work guaranteed. EL RANCHO SERVICE 6th M.M. fhont 327-5406 Richmond, Va., shot a 70 to g with the 69 he fired Thursday. Funseth carded a 73 in the second round, played unde windy but clear conditions wit seasonable temperatures. Four strokes off the pace were Lee Trevino of El Paso Tex., and the two leading Cana Kcm of Toronto ani Adrien Bigras of Rosemere Que. The colorful Trevino, banter Ing with the gallery as he mad liis way around the course, sho a 68 to go with the 73 hfl regis tered in the first round. The current leading mone winner on the U.S. tour said h had not been discouraged by his one-over round the day before. "Show me a man who never gets mad and I'll show you man who never makes an he told a news confer ence. After an approach shot to the third green dissatisfied him Trevino shrugged and told th gallery things could be worse. "I could be just an ordinarj old Mexican, picking grapes o something." The outstanding Canadian performance' Friday was by B gras, who shot a 69 to go witt his par round the day earlier Kem reversed the pattern wit a 72 on his second 18 holes ant CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Otrald Bak.r-tarl Collins Lynn Ttnnant Mik. Tlnordi- Hintv steps around the course, btew to a 76 after shooting a two-under 70 in the first round. Last year's Canadian Open champion, Kermit Zarley of Houston, just made the cut of 149 after recording a 78 to go with the 70 he fired Thursday. South African Gary Player put together his second 73 in as many rounds with Bruce Crampton of Australia matching Player's 146 total after 36 holes. George Knudson of Toronto, one stroke off the pace after scoring a 68 Thursday, bal- looned to a 79 on the second 18 and a 147 two-round total, the same as fellow Torontonian Al Balding. Bowling Banter STEPPING front and centre as the grand cham- pion of Spring League play at Capri Bowl is Betty who made consistency pay off in spades in the final night rolloff she clicked for 297, 291 and 245 for an 833 triple with her 153 handi- cap giving her 986 and the championship Elroy Tolley was second with 787 and a 162 handicap for 949 while third spot went to Ron Taylor with a 819 plus 117 handicap for 936 Rounding out the top 10 in the hard- fought windup were Caro- lyn Passey with 726 and 207 for 933, Ben Evanson 776 and 156 for 932, Helen Weets 732 and 195 for 927, BETTY HOBBS Ken Malcomson 812 and The Grand Champion 105 for 917, Cliff Stickel 793 and 120 for 913, Ron Senda 830 and 78 for 908 and Mae Popma 694 and 207 for 901 it was a rousing wrapup to the most successful Spring League on record In Monday Night Mixed the team of Cliff and Marion Stickel, Kaz and Sally Hiraga and Blaine and Agnes Rains took the team title with high triples going to Sally Hiraga with 826 and Tak Katakami with 846, while high singles went to Eileen Barton with 331 and Jack Rumsey with 320. Copping team honors in Young Adults were Linda Malcomson, Darwin Romanchuk, Marie Look, Les Ericksen and Carolyn Passey with high triples going to Darwin Romanchuk with 865 and Linda Malcomson with 786 high singles for the season went to Ron La Place with 338 and Sandra Westling with 297 In Senior Citizens, the laurels went to the team of Bill Jensen, Velma Miller, Bob Linderman, Ethel Evanson and Florence Miller Individually, high triples were posted by Aryid Oseen with 730 and Velma Miller with 678 while high singles went to Henry Bechthold with 293 and Rose Nunweiler with 275. Shirley Turner, Renate Walser, Helen Deal, Marg Malcomson and Elaine Brown combined to nab team honors in Tuesday Afternoon with Jean Passey's 776 triple and Nina Sindlinger's 333 single the year's best Gloria Pearson, Peg Forry, Dorothy Cool- idge, Freda Linn and May Hiebert carted home the team tile in Tueday Night Women with May Hie- bert't sparkling 913 triple and Pat Plomp's 324 single high for the season In Wednesday Afternoon Women, Isabel Orster, Freda Linn, Lorraine Kirch- ner, Isabelle Bergman and Marion McNeely won the team crown with high triple of 843 to Kathy Ludwig and high single of 335 to Dorothy Olshaski. Nabbing team honors in Wednesday Mixed" were Sam Girardi, Mun Takeda, Elroy Tolley, Elsie Zerkee and May Hiebert who shared the laurels with Ken Larson, Ron Senda, Leon Checkryn, Bea Salmon and Joey Soice big individual guns were Bill Hleucka with an 847 triple, Linda Malcomson 843, Bill Gortzitza 346 single and Elaine Brown 321 .'Nora Hofforth, Velma Miller, Donna Mah, Marj Storyack and Florance Miller took team honors in Thursday afternoon with Opal Taylor posting high triple of 781 and Jean Virginello high single with 325 Sam Girardi, Bruce Canfield, Rita Cemulini, Gordon Sib- bet, Doreen Sibbet and Dot Miyashiro combined to cop the team crown in Thursday Mixed with high triples going to Sam Girardi 837 and May Hiebert 761 with high singles rolled by Bob Olshaski with 308 and Isabel Orsten 300 have a happy summer. Andreachvik leads way Men's final ready LONDON (Reuter) John 'fewcombe, 27-year-old Austral- an professional, defends his Wimbledon men's singles title today against Stan Smith, the American army private, in a final between two of the biggest litters in the game. Smith, 24, who is seeded No. places below New- combe, is quietly confident he can become the first American men's champion at the All-Eng- land Lawn Tennis Champion- ships since Chuck McKinley triumphed in 1963. But Newcome, champion In 1967 and 1970 and runner-up to Rod Laver in 1969, is the favor- ite. He has come through the field in superb style, exempli- fied by his crashing win over Ken Rosewall in the semi-finals on Thursday. Says Newcombe: "I have been pacing myself for this, and I think I can win." Of Smith's game, Newcombe said: "Stan's service is his big weapon. It is a telling point. K will depend on how many first services he can get into play." Smith, a lanky blonde from Pasadena, Calif., said: "I'm playing some of the best tennis I've ever played. It should be a matter of putting it all together tomorrow." On his plan of attack, Smith said: "John serves well, accur- ately and comes to the net very fast so I'll be trying to hit some good returns against htm. MurJoy, Jvly I, THl UFTHBKIDGB HEKAID It ANDY CAPP W3UUD YOU MINB MAKIN6LESS SAAR features go-carts Sunday The Southern Alberta Auto Racers will feature go-carts at the Exhibition Speedway Sun- day evening. Anyone 12 years and under wishing to enter their cart must meet at the east gate at 6 p.m. for registration and practice. Twelve carts from Calgary all having the power to hit 60-65 m.p.h. around the track should prove interesting in Sunday's meet. Fourteen V-8 sportsman cars from Cranbrook, Calgary and Medicine Hat will be out to out- class the S.A.A.R. members who are determined to hold their own. Time trials will be run off at while the races start at MeanvMle Lea Vaselenak of Lethbridge currently leads all V-8 Sportsmen drivers in the point standings with 26, just three ahead of Tom Ayerhart who has mustered up 23 points at this time. George Harrington sits in third place in this class with 20 points. Lindy Smith has t big point lead over Ron Boyce in the B class standings who in turn holds an eight point lead WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, JULY 5 p.m. NORTH AMERICAN TITLE REMATCHI IES THORNTON vi MOOSE MOROWSK! BATTLE OF THE BLACK ANGUS CAMPBELL vi MIGHTY URSUS TOMASSO and BLACK vi KROFFAT and CODY 5 Big Bouti S1.50 Box 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJLH-TVI Richard Andreachuk fired a 42 to capture low gross in Hen- derson Lake Junior Golf League action. Andreachuk shared individ- ual honors with Brad Cox, who won low net honors with a 36. Pahulje Construction won low team net with a 163. In Lakeside action Murray Mills of Safeway came up with a 38 for low gross while Ted Ponech of Walkers won low net with a 31. Tony Jarvie, Akl Oshiro, Ron ASPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE, 328-2702 327-3610 Anderson and Joe Gillett com- bined to give Bastedos low team net of 143. JUNIOR LEAGUE College Mercury............. 24 Flemings.................... 23 HaICo........................21 Cillett....................... 21 .....................21 CHEC ......................19 Dunlop Ford................ Kenwotd....................15 LAKESIDE STANDINGS Leo Singers.................. 81 Jubilee...................... 75 Safeway..................... 71 71 Pahulje......... CHEC .......................69 Flemings ....................69 Bastedo's.................... 69 Klmura's.....................66 Walkers .....................65 Dorigattl 62 South Alta. 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Many fans are surpriser to learn that he finished with a high- er lifetime batting average than ALL these famous men Tris Speaker, Babe Ruth, George Sisler, Lou Gehrig, 'Nap Lajoie, Eddie Collins, Paul Waner, Stan Musial, Joe DiMaggio, Jimmy Fox and Honus Wagner to name a few Ted's lifetime average was .344. I bet you. didn't know .you can get Free Tire Checks at Kirk's anytimel We feel it's the least we can do to help the cause of highway driving safety. With vacations in full swing and more and more people driving the highways we feel better knowing our friends have good cubber and other mech- lOnical requirements in top operating condition. If you not sure of your tires See us now for great buys on Uniroyal tires and for the best in Mechanical work Balance, Brakes, Alignment, Shocks. See our expert staff and be surel See KIRK'S for The Best Deal For Every Wheell KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 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