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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHDRIDOE HERAID Tucldny, July 4, 197J golfers here lor provincial championship __ __ H __1 (Lai 1 First nine at Henderson holds amateur key llv I'.AT for bolb days, will Alexander of in, for 71 or 2KI for Ihe figures. Water [aces Ilrralil Sporls Wednesday's paper. A total of 117 golfers are in Ihe Graham of Medicine Hat and Norm Gray of event. Francis wouldn't venture as he approaches Ihe sixth green. Thi sholc, clias, Alberta's iimaleur this year's Algeria's as lo who might win could bring about a ers will converge on format of Ihe team last year. All are what score might win it. birdies. "The golfers Ciolf Club Ihis weekend mill professional Earl changed somewhat Ihis ycar 11 used lo be l.iiat the for the Henderson Lake hosted amaleur this however, make il clear Ihe course will play a birdie on six to stay even with the licld." ton and tiie Lake Layout arc Ihe amateur was comes in as one firsl nine boles will makes Ihe par The reason for the cream on NIC Willinglon favorites to win the he said. The hole difficult? "A [he crop being on band in won his sixth Calgary Ihe Lake Laymil to pull on even if hriilgc is the 1372 ftlbevLa said title over the par fives and a lough shot Is close" said teur golf championship winner is decided over should be (he eighth bole, the cnfrv reads like who's here at Henderson sends Laurie water in front of rest of the first in Alberta golf 5-1 holes at Willow Hob Uradbum. Scoll fifth and sixth holes, the exception of the "This is one of the Calgary. Jt's a real lest in Ihe Chinook- arc Ibc is made for (he best fields I've seen in losing to Silverberg on "Both are par in Alberta. The ninth, Francis Monday with a Ihe 117 golfers sel lo hole in the riflh is the longer of is the toughest bole nolc, of confidence Ills only 18 will Bradbuni is a al 549 yards. The sixth Lake Layout will give the cut afler .10 holes and Cup team didn't say why ers all they can eligible to play kind of will fifth hole has a the ninlh to be Play in Ihe 54-hole in the field for lo win Ihe amaleur? and will play lough be just smiled as play event gets under way are defending be sure no one will playing for birdies. say "we'll lei the day morning. Friday and Doug Slivcrberg the Irap lo the left of the out and let Ihem lell urday's draw, which is who together al Henderson is 37 come Into play a lot There arc IS local golfers, In- cluding Ihrcc juniors, in t h o chase for lop honors this week- end. Not since 1953 has a Letli- bridge golfer, Ed Schwartz, been a member of the Willing- Ion Cup team. Could this be a good year for local golfers? "The locals will have to get Francis staled. "Nut just for 18 holes hut for 54 boles hero and at Willow Park." Alex Murrcll or Cliff Stroh would have In gel Ihe nod as local favorites. But, like Fran- cis said, they vjiU have to be ol. Wednesday Francis will tell about the back nine al Hender- son and three major reasons why even the best amaleur golf- ers in Alberla will find the Lake Layout a good 54-liole South junior title to Henderson Lake golfer Richard Andreachuk makes SOUTH CHAMP- Richard Andreachuk won the soulh- ern Alberla junior golf crown Monday in a 36-hole com- petition. Smith gaining his confidence LONDON f AP) Top-seeded Stan Smith of the United Stales smashed his way into the men's singles semi-finals of the Wim- b 1 e d o n tennis championships today by beating Alexander Me- treveli of Russia 6-2, 8-6, 6-2. Smith, the reigning U.S. Open champion, will play Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia in one of Ihe semi-finals Thursday. Kodes eh'minaled Onny Parun of New Zealand 6-2, 6-3, G-4. The other quarter-finals today Golf league play results COUNTRY CLUB Low net Dan Peters, Lclh- bridge Office Furniture; 27. Low gross Joe Dielt, Ba- tons 37. Low team net Peters, Ike .Tones. Art Green and Jack Van Schaik, Lethbridge Olfice Fur- niture; 141. Lakevipw Texaco ............62 Tolleslruo.................. 76 Doriqani ........74 Lilydale......................73 r.HEC .........71 I-elhbridge Office Furnilurs ......70 Bc-ny's..................66 Ealons Swirls...................6i Parsons......................S3 MKKSIDE Low ncl Gary Bartlett, Safeway 2G. Low gross Gary BarllcU, Safeway 34. Low [earn not Safcuay, Jim Ueid. Steve Rpisak, Gary Bart- lett and Frank McNair 13S. IGlhl- and 100 Copies plus pitted Jim Connors of Ihe U.S., against second-seeded Hie Nas- lase of Romania and Colin Di- bley of Auslralia against Man- uel Orantes of Spain. Smith played steady tennis in healing Metrovoli who had lapses at crucial spots during the match. Connors, unseeded 19-year- old, has an arduous task against Nastase. The Romanian is fa- vored by many veteran lennis walchers lo take the title to a Communist country for the first time. As thousands of fans poured into Ihe All-England Club for the men's quarter-finals, Smith said: "I'm pretty confident I can win the title. I'm beginning to serve much better, and when my serve is going well I get confident. And the atmosphere at Wim bledon has me kind of in spired." MANY STARS ABSENT Smith, who lost to Australia's John Newcombe in the "WimKe- don final last year, said he re- gretted that Newcombe and other stars of World Champion- ship Tennis were barred from the 1972 championships. "I know a lol of the best men are not here this time, but I gol to (.he final last year when they were. And I still rrle being Wimbledon champion the great- est honor a player can have." In the women's play Monday, 17-year-old American Chris Evert advanced lo a long- awaited semi-final against de- fending champion Evonne Goog- lagong of Australia. Thnl. innlrh on Wednesday seems likely lr> traffic jams for miles around Wimble- don and a fierce in.iulc the old ivy-covcMed stadium. .Miss Go'ilagong a n d Mis.s Evert never have met and their match already is being hilled as flic highlight of this year's lour- namcnl. In the oilier women's semi-fi- nal, a n all-U.S. affair, Rillic Jean King, the Nn. 2 srod. lakes on her old friend and rival, Hosie Casals. .By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Wrilcr Home, sweet home. There just isn't any place like 11. Ask Eichard Andreachuk. Andreachuk, thwarted In his bid to win Ihe city junior title last week at Henderson Lake, made no mistakes Monday when he finally got back lo his home Lake course. Andreachuk captured top honors in southern Alberta jun- ior golf championships Monday and he did it with a flare at Henderson Lake. Forty-two of Ihe best junior golfers in southern Alberta look part in Ihe one-day event and after it was all over Andrea- chuk had a secure, two-stroke victory over the continual thorn in his golf side, cousin Handy Andreachuk. Richard trailed leader Lud- Pahulje by three strokes after the first 18 holes at the Country Club Monday. Tilings began lo take shape after the return lo Henderson and Rich- ard came up with a one-over 72 to salt away the victory. Randy on the other hand, was at 86 after the opening round, the same as Richard, but had to settle for a 74 at Henderson and second place. Pahulje, with an 83 at the Country Club, fired an 81 al Henderson and was third over- all. Pahulje's 83 was actually the second best round at the Country' Club. Medicine Hal golfer Dave Mann was dropped from the event for using an il- legal English golf ball. He had fired an 82 for the lead. Fourth place in the champ- ionship flight went to Brian Grant. Granl, a member of the Country Club hrnV.e the mon- opoly Henderson Lake golfers had on the championship will' Iwo rounds of 83. Brad Cox placed fifth with and 77 for a 167 total. It is expected that al! five of these golfers will take part in the Alberta junior champion- ship July 10. 11 and 12 at the Elks Club in Calgary. Richard received lo cov- er his expenses in the Alberta final. Randy picked up and Pahulje S20. It was sweet revenge for Richard after losing lo Randy and Cox in the city final. In the second flight Monty Koenig, both of Medi- cine Hal. Sjolie fired rounds of 93-8J1 for a 176. Koenig scored 0-87 for a 177. Gordon Klack of Henderson won Ihe Ihird flighl wllh a 131 Bombers sharp in first same MONTREAL N Plllsburgh Brilel Houston Dierk-r (7-J> N MONDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco nOO 100 A D Philadelphia 400 DOT 5 0 Carrllhers Reberger Me Mahon Moffitt (7) and Rader; Csrltori flO-fi) and Bateman. HRs: Klngman Allanla 311 001 12 17 i Houston 313001 15 1 Hardin, Jarvls '7-41 (41, Upshaw (7) and Williams, Casanova Reuss, Ray (3-4) Culver York Gibbon (8) and Howard, Sllnson HR: Atl-Evans Aaron Hou-May 51 Louis ..WB 027 410 Cincinnall 000300 9 0 Wise or Nelson N Baltimore Dobson (9-7) at Chicago Bahnsen MO-BJ N Milwaukee Lonborg (6-3) at Calllor- nla Allen (2-5) N New York Stoillemyrn it Oak- land Hollzman (11-fi) N MONDAY'S RESULTS Texas ..010 OfiO 370 Kansas City 000000 11 I Paul Panther ShellenbacK (7i and King; Draqn (6-7j Hedlund Filzmorris f0) and May, Minnesota 000 000 PO- J 1 1 Boiion .020 010 a 10 a Blylcvcn Granger Slrlck- land (7) and Borqmann, Mlltcrwald Tlanl '3-21 and Fisk. HRs: Minn -Darwin Bos-Fisk Oakland OM 10 California noo ooo o 2 i Hunter and Duncan; May (2-6) Rose O) Fisher (9i and Stephenson. Baltimore CKlD fifli 31 Detroit 020 OD1 3 3 Palmer decisions; Nolan, clnnali, Blass, P burgh, KC H Pel. 59 .337 63 .314 85 .311 Oils. KC.......2'.5 25 74 .337 Epslcin, O5k 219 35 65 .297 Mayberry, KC J16 2i 64 .296 Roias, KC 717 70 .2M D Allen. Chi ?rt2 44 71 Fisk, Bos..... 177 34 50 .591 Home R. Oakland, Cash, Deloil, D. Allen, Chlcacio, 'UK Runs balled In: D. Allen, Chieiao. C. May, Chicsoo May- berry, Knn'.as cily, Pitching (7) decisions; Kaal, Minne- (.7331. MINOR LEAGUP SCORES Pacific Coast Sail LaVe 12 Tucson A Ph 12 Albuquerque 7 Hawaii 5 Eucene 3 Porlland -1 Taccma 0 International League Charler-lan A Pemniula 3 Louisville J Rocfiosler 3 5 Richmond 7 Toledo 4 Syracuse 0 Pnnnlllrs- yards OrELIKA. Ma. fAPt Sii- vfliinali Braves pllclinr Pahln i I Torrcalbo lias been suspended j from Soudicrn piny for I the rest of Ihe baseball season aflcr sinking an umpire wiln a bar. The iiu.'irJrnl ocninrr] Iwo works apo in KIION villa when umpire Fred Sponn called Tor- roallin mil on slrikr.s. Tnrrralho rha.scd Ihn umpirr? with Inn hfil aivl hit him acmss Mir bronkiny l.lir b.'il. in I ho "Ma's nnU-T-n I Ihe pilrhrr wml a I. l.lin limn, ''lie enllnd mo bnd names." Soul hem Ii r n en e. Billy Ililchrnrk fiiinoiiiirrd Sun- day Mini, Torrcnliln has bcm suspended and fined Hitch- cock .said Sprnn has bro.n fined for thf! use; of ,-ihiisivc lang- MOVE UP TO GENERAL Better '0 Mileage 6 Ply Puncture Protection ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRt 401 1U South 66th ANNUAL RODEO OF CHAMPIONS JULY 7th, 8th, 9lh FRIDAY, JULY 7 ROYAL' MARKET CATTLE COMPETITION SHOW AND SALE SATURDAY, JULY 8 PARADE OPFN HORSE SHOW IIVE ENTERTAINMENT BAVARIAN BEER GARDEN AND DANCE SUNDAY, JULY 9 PANCAKE BREAKFAST GRAND ENTRY AND RODEO ;