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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta (i MIL HERALD Mcnduy, July 3, 1972 Long trip home after Edmonton visit Lakers below .500 mark after two setbacks EDMONTON bridge Lakers fell behind Hie .500 mark in llic Alberta Major Baseball League tills past wech- cnd as they dropped two deci- sive victories to the cellar- dwelling Edmonton Blue Wil- lows. Meanwhile the Lakers are al home lo San Matco Bulldogs at Henderson Park at 0 p.m. in an exhibition encounter tonight. Mike Pestorlch, the winning pitcher allowed only six hits in nine innings, while Randy Maxwell, the Lethbridgc start- er, look the loss. Blue Willows swept a week- end double thumping the Lakers 1-1-4 Sunday after blanking them 5 0 Saturday. The Blue Willows scored five runs in the first inning Sunday and more in the fifth with a total of 14 hits off four Leth- bridgc pitchers. Don Darling and Steve Schie- Young Void maintains his hot riding hand By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Writer Young Doug Void of DeWin- Lon won his second saddle bronc championship on the Southern Circuit this year as he captured lop honors in ro- deo's premier event at the Raymond Stampede Saturday. Void, who had taken the bronc riding laurels in Vaux- hall earlier in the year, scored Orr., Ballard given rights Hi-xw l-'ns 7i hahil of TP- pr if-'nlf, when it conic.; tn female golfers. Even the juniors are picking up the habits of their senior coim- terparls. Lnsi year two young Hender- son Lake shotmakers, McLcalfe and Carol Andrea- chuk, dominated the gals jun- ior golf scene. Times haven't chsngcd. Friday aL Henderson Lake Miss IMclcaire fired a 99 to best Miss Andreachuk fo- the title. It the same last year with Mips Mnicnlfo edging An- rircaclmk. Tht> ino then travel- ed Lo the Liberia zunu in Calgary, played at the Canyon Meadows Golf and Country Club, and walked away with top honors Friday Miss add- ed low net honors to the runner-up honors with a 7fl. In the nine-hole compotilion in conjunction with the champ- ionship event BemadeUe Pa- hulje won low gross while low net honors went to Karen 3oul- toii. ame NEW YORK (CP) Gener- ally good marks are given by a Times sports to Canadian football as sampled last WudncMlcy iiiyhl Lhc Ca- liadicr. Fnotbnll League all-star game was seen oii many United States television stations. N. Wallace, who at- tended a press kickoff party here at which the CFL game was presented in color on closed circuit-TV, writes: New record for Seagren Ore. (AP) Soar- r? hcnt, fioh Fcrcrren c1 en red 18 feet, 534 Jf'TVir'sy lor a world f] r. no'o vault. :i nf'er lie fT-; f--.- strips Oiym- n> v.ic1-'11- nm 3374884 or 317-4445 ;