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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Set one record, bring home silverware Monday, July 3, 1972 THE LETHBBIDGE HERALD Kemmett brilliant at weekend swim meet CALGARY (Special) One national and three provincial marks were sel at an Alberta senior swim meet which ended Sunday alter two days of com-jelilion. Graham Smith of the Soulhside Swim Club set a national mark in age group eompelilion with a time of two minutes 40.5 seconds for tho 13-14 year old boys' metre breaslstroke. T h e previous mark was three provincial marks were shared and Wendy Kast-ing of the Lethbridge Amateur Swim Club set one of them. Swimming in the women's 100-melre brcaslslroke event Miss Kasting set a new at compared IB the previous Miss Hasting also won both senior women's backslroke events. Meanwhile, a second Lclh-bridge swimmer, Lome had an outslanding meet as well. KemmeLl won both the men's 100 and 200 metre backstroke races and as a result received a trophy as the outstanding male swimmer in Al- ANDY tops on Sunday The Western Oval Track Rac- ing Association people made their first appearance al Exhibition Speedway Sunday before some fans and failed to let tho wet weather dampen [heir performances. Claimers and "C" class cars were in Uie spotlight as Ih'irii were no "B" class races. Cars from Red Deer, Calgary, Brooks, Cranbrook, Kimberley and the host Southern Alberta Aulo Racers look part in the event. George Mercer of t h e host club led the way in "C" Class with a brilliant 74-point outing Sunday. Mercer was pushed tu (he limit in' his Number 13 unit by clubmate Dave Stilgoe and Luke Varga of Brooks. Stilgoe, in car 91, and Varga finished the day 73 points and a share of second place. Fourth place went to Gene Dyck of Lethbridge while fifth was another local driver Bill Kosliuk. Dyck garnered 67 points while Kosliuk came up with 03. George Crombez had his hands full in Claimers competi tion before emerging with a nai row quarter-point victory over Dan Banak and Dave Anderson. All three drivers are from the Lethbridge club. Crombez earned points in his car 11. Banak and Anderson managed 10 points a piece. The next big feature races for the auto racers will be Sunday, July 30 when Orval the Daredevil Clown pays a return visit. Orval, from Salt Lake City, Utah, helped the southern racers open the 1972 season and a performance worthy of a return visit. There will be club races next Sunday with! time 'trials at one and racing at two. MF TOU MSSEDTH.S NOW-VJ LC TOLI COULD BUY ICi-r r IT'S A cossTAsir BATTLE -rut PROVIBIN' FOR THE INNER MAN J j AN' 'ER PROVIDIN> RDR THE I i i r, 1 (A' j Baseball liasn'l lost its gra The Cardinals, whose hot month has lifted them from last place to fourth, just one game behind the Cubs, got eight-hit pitching from Canadian Reggie Cleveland and two relievers and four runs batted in from Dal Maxvill, three on a double. Cleveland had a shutout until the eighlh when Don Money homered for the Phils. Bob Robertson and Manny Sanguillen homered for the Pirates as they continued their mastery of the Cubs seven of nine this despite a Chicago triple play in the seventh on Sanguillen's sharp bouncer to Ihird. Meanwhile Ihe reports of baseball's demise seem grossly exaggerated. Berated by a series of polls and battered firjt by a preseason player strike and then by a rain-sulked month of June, the national pastime has somehow survived. Now it is baseball weather, at and Baltimore Orioles and Detroit Tigers are proving that if you give the fans something exciting to see, they'll come out to see it. The Orioles and Tigers, battling for first place in the American League's East Division, climax a four-game showdown series in Detroit tonight. The first three meetings have attracted fans io ancient Tiger an average of a shade under a game. A crowd of showed up Sunday and saw Baltimore trim the Tigers' lead down to one game with a 7-2 victory. Tf the Orioles can win tonight in the fourth game of the nose-to-nose confrontation, it will leave the two clubs in a flatfooted tie at the top of the division. A Detroit victory would restore the two-game Tiger lead. Elsewhere in Uie American League Sunday, New York Yankees swept a doublehpader.from Cleveland Indians 6-1 and 5-2, Boston Red Sox took a pair frnm Milwaukee Brewers 15-4 and 3-2 in 11 innings, Minnesola1 Twins split a twin bill White Sox, winning 6.-1 be-fpre losing 2-1, Texas Rangers and Kansas City Royals divided Iwo games, the Rangers winning the first 7-5 before the Royals look the second 8-3, and Oakland Athletics trimmed California Angels 3-1. Saturday, New York beat Cleveland 5-1, Detroit blanked Baltimore 2-0, Chicago downed Minnesota 5-1, Boston edged Milwaukee 54, Kansas City defeated Texas 3-2 and California won 5-3 over Oakland. ENDS WITH BIG CATCH Sunday's version of the Oriole-Tiger showdown was somewhat less dramatic than Detroit's 2-0 victory Saturday, which ended wilh a leaping catch by Jim Nerthrup lhat turned what looked like a game-tying home run into a game-ending doubleplay instead. That dramatic contest prompted Oriole manager Earl Weaver to say: "Anybody wiio saw that game on TV and doesn't go out and buy a ticket to a ball game is McCovey By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS There's a new line in the National League record book today and a new team in the East Division pennant race. San Francisco Giants' Willie McCovey blasted a record-tying 14th career grand-slam home rm Sunday in the Giants' 9-3 rout of Los Angeles Dodgers while the streaking St. Louis Cardinals, games out of first place exactly one month ago, made it six victories in a row and 21 of 20 wilh a 7-3 trouncing of Philadelphia Phillies. The Cards frail the leading Pittsburgh Pirates by a mere games. Elsewhere, Pittsburgh downed Chicago Cubs 7-4, Montreal Espos edged New York Mets 4-3, Cincinnati Reds swamped San Diego Padres 12-2 and Houston Astros nipped Atlanta Braves 5-4. In Saturday's action, it was San Francisco 8 Los Angeles 5, Pittsburgh 4 Chicago 3, Houston 4 Atlanta 2, New York 2 Montreal 0, Cincinnati 3 San Diego 2, and St. Louis over Philadelpliia twice, 64 and 1-0. "That's pretty good McCovey said upon learning that his 14 grand-s ams match the career marks of Hank Aaron and late Gil Hodges. SUTTON YIELDS HOMER McCovey's blast, off Dodger ace Don Button in the seventh inning, was a rare opposite-field drive to left following singles by Tito Fuentes, Don McMahon and Jim Howarth. Dave King-man followed with liis 18th homer as ihe Giants broke the baseball game open. The game also marked the return to action of Juan Marichal, out since June 11 with a re injury. He pitched 4 2-3 innings and allowed two Dodger runs. It was the Giants' fourth consecutive victory and the fourth loss in a row for the Dodgers, who fell seven games off the pace in the National League EDMONTON (CP) Rase resu ts Saturday from Northland Park. FIRST longs. West Wind Guy (Combs) 4.40 4.00 3.30, My Masler (Wlsemon) d.10 6.90, Sable's Blue (Kipling) 4.90. Time: 3-5. Windy Sails, Humble Birlh, Car boo Chiel, Royal Resolve, Ky Chlno also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 1 1-li miles. Tinga Whippet (Sanchct) 3.SQ 2.70 5.50, Lustrous Sun [Hedge) 2.80 2.60, Mr. Murphy (Sladnyk) 3.20. Time: 2-5. Hop's Dream, Weslern Echo, Am D'Amour, Erik's Blue, TV Gent eman DAILY DOUBLE: 18.40. THIRD dialing, 4 year olds end up, 7 Transbrlar (Hedge) 3.70 7.50, Major Preslo (MCCnuley) 2.40. Time: 1-5. Bryw Bee, Pcnlclllium, Bald Bail, Cmur's Siaici ke Paiucc, Starry Prime, Seven's EES; siiu rsrr. NINTH claiming, 4 year olds 'and op, 7 furlongs. Hopl Jo- 5.60 4.00 7 .90, Rubella (McCauley) la..! 3 The Iron Girl (Stadnyk) 2.90. Time: 1-5. Tropic Tide, Oscar A, Baron Peren, Beauco, Jet Courier also ran. QUINELLA: 1119.90. FRIDAY FIRST claiming, 2 veer olds, S furlongs. Irish Knave (McCauley) 3.50 3.00 Lady Stuart (Comic) Happy Commander (Hafabf) 2.80. Time: 3-5.. Miss Easier Day, Prince Co, Shady Merry also Hey Joker (Kipling) 17.30 7.30, O'Gemlnl (Barroby) 4.00. Time: 3-5. Swifflc, Chuckle On, Bomb Striker, Bally Bold, ShocH Trooper also ran. QUINELLA: SJ5.10. SI, 400, cla mlng, 4 year olds, ind up, 7 furlongs. Mad Flapper (Parsons) 11.5Q 5.60 5.50, Morning Master (Halabi) 10.00 4.90, Miss Joact (Hedge) 4.30. Time: (Sancnei) 11.10 4.60 3.50, Jasper Park (Lcvine) 5.10 3.8D, Precious Argent (Kipling) 5.30. Time: 3-5, Flying Phil, Old Army, Choppo, Regicide, My Commolion also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 1 i- miles, Kyed (Arnold) 7.20 3.10 3.10, Tickle Your Fancy (Parsons) 2.SO 2.90, Flyina Wing (McCaulev) 2.30 2.70. Time: 3-5. Dead Heal. Joannle Pie, Saucy Morn, Square Bear, Cool Reply, Slreel Law also ran. EXACTOR: Kyed lo Tick e Your Fancy SlE.fl. EXACTOR: Kyed lo Flying Wing S16.6D, Speedy Kim also ran. QUINELLA: SlOl.fO. FOURTH cla mlng, 4 year olds and up, U'e miles. Fan Tail B.W 4.50 John Cyclops (Arnold) 4.00 Out On Bail (inda) 4-W. Time: 2-5. Tall Ridge, Johnny Red, S.Ionc, Clr-ncle Mack also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur-Cypress cove (Sanchezi li.vo i.50 2-80, Our Lad Inda) 4.30 Of Mirth (Kipling) 2.40. TimB: 4-5. Cranfleld, C C Magic, Shady's Request, Flying Exit, Baha Marimba also will race at Calgary CALGARY (CP) Chuck- Simpson-Ken1 richer MONTREAL (CP) Barbara Simpson Kerr of Calgary, rid-jig Australis, won the 'irst prize in the green working hunter first-year class Friday at the five-day Man and His World horse show. Mrs. Kerr, 23, who has been in international competition since 1967, is the sister of Jolm furlongs. Palapouf (Levine) 5.dO 4.1 fl 3.10, Atlantic Star (Parsons) 12.90 5.HO, Sir Serenade (Hedge) 3.80. Time: 4-5. Tally Boy, Merry Muflef, Outroman, Quillaiion, Tolc King also ran. SEVENTH S1.700, claiming, A olds and up, 7 furlongs. Destiny's Favor (Rasmussen 6.30 390 3.40, Racerific (Inda) 4.70 3.70, Dark Secret (Norris) 3.70. Time: 2.i. Curra Tip, Night Call, P ne Pass, Nilo B Good, Tame Prince also ran. EIGHTH Spangled Jimmy first division Norlh-Isnd slakes lor Jhree year olds, I M6 milos. Battle Victor (Kipling) 2.40 2.40, Winning Red (Rasmussen) 2.30 2.30, Four Thought (Parsons) 2.50. Time: Kindly Firmer, Mr. Wolle, Regal Ribbon also ran. ELMBROOK FARM ENTRY. SEVENTH si, JOO, cla ming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Sinful Papa (inda) 4.60 3.4Q 3.oo, Miss Vlclory (AflcCauJey) 3.BD 2.10, Sioux Cadel (Wiseman) 5.SO. Time: 1_5 Honorule, War Glee, Maggie Sci, Gloy Page also ran. Track Scratch; Forest Heights. EIGHTH added, second divis on of Northland stakes lor 2 year olds, 1-1 i miles. Count Siempre (Sanchei) 3.40 3.00 7.JO, Comptolr (Shields) 6.00 3.00, Dan's Arlist (Arnold) 2.60. Time: 1-5. Timber Topper, Danske's Boy, Already Faireye, Summer Stan also ran. NINTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 [urlongs. Courteous (Sh elds) 13.50 6.20 3.60, Royal Deal (Gold) 3.60 3.20, Astro Prince (Sanchez) 2.70. Time; drivers will be competing at the Calgary Slampede ,tiiis year after agreeing contract Sunday wilh the Exhibition and Stampede Board. The agreement ended Ihe threat of a boycott by the drivers at the stampede, July G-15. They accepted an offer made by the Stampede last January but turned it down at this time. It called for lofal purses of with chuckwagon teams providing their own feed, which annually costs the stampede Additional Sunday evening heats were included, bringing the prize money to The former contract with the Canadian Rodeo Cowboys' As socialion, of which the drivers are members, had prize money of wilh the slampede supplying feed, bringing total cost to The new arrangement of having the chuckwagon members provide their own feed is more satisfactorv. Dan (Sladnyk) 9.80 AM WRESTLING Taber Arena Tonite, July 3, p.m. 10 MAN BATTLE ROYAL featuring KAMATA, PORTZ, HAYES, TOMASSO, RUHL, SUPERHAWK, VILLA, 5ITO, BRUTUS, ROGERS PLUS MIDGET TAGI 6 BIG BOUTS S2 S1.50 Wolch STAMPEDE WRESTtING en Record, Drunken Sailor also ran. QUINELLA: Sons drop 14-7 Turn your backon unwanted on v scored six times for the Sham- rocks. Gerry Gilson added three markers wilh two going to Miles Cruse. Solo efforts were lurncd in by Doug Cairns, Tim I Soulh lacrosse teams came up eniply-handed in Southern Al-bcrla Lacrosse League action over the weekend. Taber Ebony Hawks look tv Royals and they never looked back. Walter Little paced Ihe Cal-garians with a four-goal performance. Three markers 1 [zenith 1 smallest behind-the-ear aid, the Wcstwood gives d, if you find that much of J you is really irritating back-2 just right for you. The new "D" tunes duwn distracting letting you concentrate on (ration. 1USIC LTD. tin. Phom (.he chin twice, 14-10 and Iti-10, at the hands of the Calgary Shamrocks while Lethbridge Nalive Sons suffered a 14-7 setback at the hands of the re-juvcnalcd Calgary Royals. Native Sons, playing without their number one and Iwo scorers Jciry St. Jean and Don Kitchen, both out with suspensions, couldn't get off the ground against Ihe noynls dcspile lead-up 5-4 after (he first period. l''our goals in n span of nine minulcs turned Ihe Mile for by Gerry Hunt while Ken Davidson chipped in wilh a pair. Singles went to Ian Tra-qnnir, Howie Kolch, Wayne Olsen, Bub Simpson and Wayne Jordan. Bill Stow came up wilh a pair of goals and Ihrce helpers (or the Sons. Reg Dawson also scored a pnlr wilh singles to Laino Wrifihl, Phi) Lcgfle and Dwaync Kirchncr. Meanwhile in Tabor Sunday Chris was brilliant as Larry Bishop, Pierre t LcBourgcois and Gene Dc-Grool. Arn Thompson p a c c d Ihe Hawks with thrpo gcmls. Ail Rnrcham and HoRfir McAdam managed two each wilh singles going lo Bruce Chrislcnscn, Gary Scovill and Ken Murray. I Hawks trailed C-l and 11-9 by periods. Snlurdny, Iloa, Ttonslcad, Oil-son and Chris .Tones Inllicd twice each. L'airns, Tlishop, Crnsp. DeGrooI. l.on I you "directional" hearing. Ar the sound coming from aroun ground noise, Ihis aid may b microphone in the Westwood noise from the side and rear the sound you want to hear. Come in for a free demons The quality 0ocs 'n bctoia tho nan LEISTER'S A 715 Paramount Thonlre Ihib past year. Sue Smith of Edmonton won the outstand- ing woman swimmer award. Miss Smith combined with her sisters Allison, Beckie and Sandra tu win the women's 400 anc! aoo metre freestyle relays as well as the 400 metre med- ley rnlay. Swimming individual- ly Miss Smith won the senior women's and 400 metre individual medleys as well as the 100-melre butterfly. The other provincial records were in the 13-and-14-year-old pirls' 50-metre freestyle, and the senior men's 200 metre freestyle relay. The first was by Lorie Ballcndine of Cal- gary's Acadia Club and was 23.1 seconds; and the other was by the Calgary Barracudas Club and was compared wilh Hie old other details on the old records were available. Ralph Hutlon of the Barra- cudas won the senior men's 100. 200 and 400 metre freestyle events, Anne Marie McCaffrey of the Calgary Foothills Club won the senior women's 200, 400 and 800 metre freestyle events. Other double winners were Gary MacDonald of the Barra- cudas, men's 100 metre back- stroke and 400-metre individual medley; Mike Whittaker of the Barracudas, men's 100 and 200- metre breastslroke; and Carol Kruger of the Edmonton Jasper Place Club, women's 200-metre butterfly and 200-metre breast- stroke. Winners of single events were Sandra Seath, Edmonton Jasper Place, women's 100 metre breaststrokc, and Doug Jamie- son. Edmonton Southside, men's 200 metre individual medley. KISS FROM HUBBY Susie Maxwell Berning, winner of the women's U.S. open golf tille, receives a kiss from her husband, Dale Berning. They hold Ihe cup won by Mrs. Berning Sunday at Momaroneelc, N.Y. (AP Wirepholo) Wins women's clinmpionship Berning came back MAMARONECK, N.Y. (AP) Susie Maxwell Berning cap- lured the 20th U.S, Opeiv golf championship for women Sun- day a final-round 71 as leader Pam Barnelt soared to a 76 over the Winged Foot Golf Club East course. Mrs. Berning, 30, who also won this event in 1968, started the day with 12 over par. But she hirdied par-five holes on the front nine lo turn in 34 and begin her chase for the top prize as Miss Barnett slipped to a 37 wilh three bo- and two birdies. She caught Pam when Miss Barnett went one over on the 330-yard par four No. 15 and Mrs. Berning took a birdie two on the 17th. The brunette mother from fntUne Village, Nev., who fin- hed wilh a was al- ready in the clubhouse when Miss Barneft bogeyed 17 and parred 18 and missed her chance for a tie for a triumph. Mrs.. Berning's 72-hole total was' i'l, ipfcr par on this C.226- yard'par-72 course. y.-TiE SECOND Miss Barnett finished one stroke back in a tie with Judy Rankin and Kathy Ahern. At' 302 was Betty Burfeindt. Gloria Ehret was next a 304. Also'at 304 was four-time win- ner Mickey Wright, who shot a final-round 71, and Jane Batan- chury Booth, n member of the 1970 and 1972 U.S. Curtis Cup Yearns. Her final-round 72 and 304 finish was the best amateur effort among the 58 who started compe.tilion. here last Thursday. 'Harriett, a 24-year-old limnetic' known for literally flip- ping her wig when things go ong, had plenty of reasons to lip hers Sunday. But she wasn't vearing one of the four she owns. She .started, the day wilh a lliree-slrolie lead and length- ened it v. ilh birdies on the first tvro'.holcs.-.buh her putting woos and she carded six bo- seys in finishing out the round. I At 305 were Carol Mann, 1965 winner, who carded a 71; ama- teur Carol Semple, with a 73, and Jocelyne Burassa of Sha- winigan, Quc., with a 76. Meanwhile Laiuiy Wadkins Moe Norman surprised at victory eekend and Brent Paul chipped in wilh goal anicri-. Ken Gregus fired home five goals for the Hawks. Bareham managed two while McAdam, Alvaro Zmiolli and Darryl Bos- nai1 hnd one each ,S m roc k s U'illisloorl .in ciphl-poal second period bar- r.-iun by Ihc Hawks lo register the win. In Juvenile League action Lethbridge Lancers dropped n 10-8 dccisiq.i to Calgary Trl- Norlh despite a four-goal effort by Brian Andres. Lancers won default Sunday as Calgary I'rcmicTS failed to appear for a uaine in LelhbridLT. BARRIE, Ont. (CP) Moc Norman of Gilford, Ont., won the Barrie Invitational golf tour- nament Sunday after Ray Car- rasco of Fountain Valley, Calif., fell apart on the final nine holes. Carrasco held a six- stroke lead after 45 holes and went seven over on the back nine. Norman had rounds of 70, 74 and 71 for a 215 total, one under par on the par-72 Barrie Coun- try Club course. Carrasco had rounds of 68. 70 and 78 and finished one slroke behind Norman. The 25-year-old Californian had a chance lo tie Norman on the 10th hole but missed a four- foot birdie putt. Carrasco's game went sour on the 12th. a par-five 463-yard hole. He look an eight. He also went one over par on the 15th and 16th. He went two over on 17 and gave Norman the tournament and top money ''I'm said Norman, one of Canada's most consistent players. "I can't believe it." PACKED FOR HOME He said he was packed ar.d ready to go home, satisfied willi second place. played the course like a jerk." Carrasco said he hil his lee shot into a creek on-the 12th lolc. "I choked after that. I got rai- led and just couldn't do any- bing righl." Two players were lied at Ihrcc-over Galindo of Mexico City and John Morgan of Victoria. B.C. shot a four under par 67 Sunday and moved into a lie with Larry Hinson for the third-round lead of the rain-de- layed Cleveland Open golf tournament. Hinson, who had sole posses- sion of first place for the open- ing two rounds, shot a 69. The two leaders had 54-hole scores of 206 heading into today's final 13 holes. Stroking a putter that Lee Trevino used a year ago in win- ning the U.S., Canadian and Brilisli Open titles, Cesar San- udo carded a 67 and was all alone at 207, one stroke back. Bruce Devlin, Uie former master plumber from Australia, lifted by a 6G, came next at 208. He needed only 29 strokes on the greens with a putter that a Cleveland plumbing firm gives away free to good customers. Another Aussie, newcomer David Graham, posted a 68 for 209 and was tied with Will Hom- enuik of Winnipeg and Buddy Allin. Graham was using a pulter he obtained by trading away a set of clubs he'd gotten from Arnold Palmer. Homemiik, who shot a GS, was boosted by a hole-in-one on the 165-yard third bole. He used a five-iron "and it look a couple of bounces and went he said. It was the second ace of tlu's tourney. j Stewart returns lo post victory CLERMONT-FERRAXD. France World cham- pion Jackie Stewart of Scotland, sidelined for seven M'eeks with an ulcer, returned to racing Sunday and won the French j Grand" Prix in a Tyrrd-Ford ?rd moved into second place in Ihis year's drivers' race. I Slewart covered Ihe course in one hour, 52 mir.ules 21.5 sec- onds, for an average speed of j 101.2 miles per hour. i In a dramatic race in which tire punctures costly. Emerson Fitlipaldi in a JPS Lotus finished second and strengthened his Icjd in the I championship race. Colin Bate Books Commencing July 4th, announce the transfer of Ihei business into a new downtown premises at 312A 8th Sf. South Roar of Bailey'i Keyboard All types of bookbinding, including hand traded leather books, bibles, hymn books, music books, National Geognphicl, periodicals, etc. Gold Stamping a Specially ;