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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 TH! UTHflRIDG! HERALD Mondeiy, July 6, 1970- Durocher, Ellis Have Words, Cubs Still Lose EMERGES WITH WIN-Lloyd Kanewischer of Hender- son Lake won the right to advance to the finals of The Herald Districts following his victory Sunday at the Country Club. Kanewischer fired rounds of for a 151 to best 11 other Lethbridge and district shotmakers. CALGARV (CP) results from Victoria Park Saturday: First claiming, 3 year old maid- ens, 7 furlongs E! Filisleo (Lawson) 40.70 25.30 10.80, Furious Flight (8. Cutherbertson) 13.20 830, X-Hurracho (L. Wiseman) 3.80, X-Easter Elchfes (Billingsley) 3.60. Time: 1-5 Bubblegummer, Val B Good, Heira- tion, Red Deer Lake also ran. X-dead heat. Second claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- Grand Stride (Rasmussen) 17.40 4.90, Fog Patches (Sfadnyk) i.10 4.50, Dewey Boy (K. Whittle) 3.70. Time: J-5 AAalo Blue, Yukanbetme, Brazen Bul- ly, Astro Prince also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Third claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Polar Maud (Shields) 21.00 8.00 5.40, To Be Blue (Rasmussen) 5.20 4.30, Racy Rcscal (B. Cutherbertson) Time: 2-5 My Rose Ann, Golden Wine, S 11 k Buttons, Land Beyond, Ne- nahs, Doonbeg also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 lurlongs Cariboo Rsd (Sllllngsley) 3.70 3.60 2.70, Boss (Norrls) 12.90 5.EO, Keno Kid (Hedge) 3.90. Time: 2-5 Parkes, Sharp Reply, Esprit De Jote, Flying Nib, Big Grip also ran, JACK'S PIUMB1NG SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates Phone JACK FULLER 328-2515 Fifth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, IV'a miles Prezarr! (Barroby) 6.30 3.60 2.90, Dance With All {Silllnssley) 4.10 2.BO, Aurnoi 3.10. Klondike 'Quill, Golden Duear, Home- coming Day, Hot Flight, Tudor K also ran. EXACTOR: sixth allowance, d-year-olds and up, 7 furlgngs Lonk {Rasmussen) 7.30 3.BO 3.10, Dark Secret (Coombs) 3.60 3.50, Rapid Kaiak (Glesbrecht) 4.30. Time: 4-5 _ AWrust, Paddygoeasy. Swift" Flutter, Torn Of London, Irish Power also ran Seventh add, first division Alberta Der- by, IVo miles Hatter (Billingsley) 5.70 2.40 2.10, Kuckee Lad (W. Coombs) 2.30 Dawn (Hedge) 2.10- Timc: 1-5 Stokes Road, Sootlme, Flying A'jrard also ran. Eighth add. 2nd div. Alberta Derby, 3- year olds, IV'a miles Tinga Bulldog (Morris) 3.40 2.60 3.30, Page Me Doll (Rasmussen) 3.10 2.40, Blue Bonus (Stadnyk) Time: Ulsures Memory, Victory Chaser, Destiny's Favour, Nugia also ran. Ninth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Amber Day (Coombs) 11.50 7.30 3.40, Western Runner (Shields) 9.80 4.30, Take One Step (BUIingsley) 2.90. Tims: Game Boy, Glens Rebel, Major Scan- dal, Claymore, Kentucky Story also ran. QUINELLA: STUDENT SUMMER EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM Enrolment of applicants in the Militia for the Stu- dent Summer Employment Programme will commence at a.m., Monday, July 6th at: MEWATA ARMOURY, CAIGARY, KENYON FIELD, LETHBRIDGE, and PATTERSON ARMOURY, MEDICINE HAT. Enrolment will continue until July 10th in these locations. Candidates are required to bring birth cer- tificate or reasonable proof of age. REMEMBER, PAY STARTS ON THE REPORTING DATE! There Was No Rally For McLain This Time By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Detroit's Denny McLain is making up lost ground in a hurry, but lie lias a long way to go to catch Jim Palmer of Baltimore Orioles. McLain, making his second start for the Tigers after sitting out a half-season suspension, pitched seven innings against Baltimore Palmer, the Orioles' ace right-hander, blanked the Tigers on three hits over the full nine as the American League's East Division leaders scraped to a 2-0 victory. The win extended Baltimore's margin to 5V4 games over the sagging New York Yankees, who dropped a pair of 7-3 decisions to Washington Senators day's only doubleheader. Elsewhere in the AL, Minne sola Twins drubbed the Chicago White Sox 12-3, California An gels downed Oakland Athletics 5-1; Boston Red Sox whipped Cleveland Indians 8-4 and Mil waukee Brewers edged Kansas City Royals 2-1. New York beat Washington 4 2 Saturday, Chicago tlefeatei Finals Continue Canadians Ousted EDMONTON (CP) Seven defending champions, four from Russia, enter the final rounds of the world amateur Greco-Ro- man wrestling championships today with Canadian athletes watching from the sidelines. Most of last year's winners appear certain to capture indi- vidual titles as 36 wrestlers re- mained in contention from a starting list of 152. Two Romanians, Gheorghe Berceanu, 105V4 pounds, and Simion Popescu, 149V4 pounds, were among the most impres- Newcombe Wins At Wimbledon WIMBLEDON, England (AP) Is the Rod Laver era in ten- nis over? And if it is, who is going to step into his shoes as Mr. Ten- nis? Red, the red-haired maestro from the little Australian town of Rockhampton, will be 32 next For a decade he has been the colossus bestriding the tennis world, with K> one to cb-iflenge his supremacy until new. He first flashed on the tennis scene in 1959. He was a losing finalist here that year and the next. He wen the title in 1961 and 1962, then, quickly volleyed his fame to a fortune in the pro- fessional ranks. As soon as professionals were smiled on by the Wimbledon au- thorities, he returned In 1968 to win the title twice more. But this year he didn't reach a single final. Roger Taylor, a burly Briton who at 28 is a scund working professional, said after beating Laver: "I wouldn't have lived on the same court as Rod a couple of years ago." And in the men's doubles, Layer and Hoy Emerson, an- other Wimbledon winner in the middle '60s, went out to Ken Eo- sewall, who has been around for 18 years, and Fred Stolle. OLDER PLAYER SHINES In the final, RasewaU put up the show of his life in taking Newcombe to five sets, the first time this has happened in a Wimbledon final, before New- combe won 5-7, 6-3, 6-2, 3-6, 6-1. It was the first five-set singles finals since 1949, when Ted Schroeder beat Jaroslav Drcbny. This was Rosewall's third final. He tost to Drobny in 1954 and to Lew Hoad in 1956. Albertan Fares Well HAMILTON (CP) A dark- haired 19-year-old Edmonton girl took top honors in the women's singles events Sunday in the Canadian trapshooting championships on the grounds of the Hamilton Gun Club. Susan Nattras, who has been shooting clay birds for "about 10 years now" won the ladies' singles title with 1W out of 200. Jim Hughes of Picton, Ont, took home the men's Canadian singles with a 199 out of 200 targets. More than 300 shooters across Canada took, part in the four-day championships. THE BIGGEST SAVINGS OF THE YEAR ON SCAMPER RECREATION UNITS AWAIT YOU AT UNITED'S TRAILER CITY DURING OUR RECORD BREAKING SUMMER SALE ACT'FASTI TRADE-INS ACCEPTED! ON-THE-SPOT FINANCING! A SYMBOL OF QUAUTY TRAILERS is fr. 17 ft., 21 ft., 23 ft. CAMPERS ft. omJ 11 fl. MOTOR HOMES The All-New 1300 Series We have them all Canada's finest Recreation Vehicles now at lowest prices UNITED MOTORS COMPANY LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. 5. Pliont 327-2805 Ar.d in the women's bracket, the centre court was treated to another tennis feast, by girls who had been around a long times. In that match, Margaret Court got three-quarters of the way to he tennis grand the Australian, French, Wimble- don and U.S. defeat- ing Billie Jean King of the United States 14-12, 11-9 in the longest final ever fought by Locals Earn Medah Strong performances by the LelSibridge Lions Amateur Swim Club have long been a habit. This weekend was no ex- ception. Competing in Medicine Hat in an invitational meet five locals came home with a total of seven medals and three rib- bons. Susan Hunt, in women's onen competition, won a gold medal in the 100-metre freestyle, a silver in the 200 individual medley, a bronze in 100 butter- fly and a ribbon in the 200- metre backstroke. Bob Broder won a silver medal in open competition for men while Lome Kemmet took a bronze in each of the 10- metre butterfly and 200 indivi- dual medley. Tim Emerson, in the 11 and 12 years of age bracket picked up a bronze medal hi the 200- metre medley and a ribbon in the 100-metre freestyle. Henry Van Egtren earned a ribbon in the 200-metre breaststroke. In relay competition the lo- cals earned four more ribbons. In the 11 and 12 boy's group the locals won two third place ribbons while in open competi- tion they won a second and a third. This was the last meet of the season for the age group swim- Minor Baseball In Senior Little League the Giants and Lions engaged in battle in a round-robin playoff game. Curtis Klovansky led his team to a 5-0 victory on the mound hurling the first no hit, no fun game of the league this year while Rayce Hancock suffered the loss. In the hitting column Craig Braek paced the Giants win with a triple, a double and a single. Two games were played this weekend in the Norcrest Little League with the Cardinals pick- ing up a 2-1 victory over the P i r a t. e s and the Dodgers whipped (he Astros 21-8. Dairyl Vogt gained the ver- dict for the Cardinals while Itcno Trcntim suffered the loss. Dave Snopek hurled the vic- tory for the Dodgers win while Mark Hirotsu look the loss. Ron Schellenberg was the big i man up at the plate for (he Dodgers pounding out a triple, a double and a single. Grant Harms, and Keith Myashit'o chipped in with three hits apiece. I'M Fix and II0 b c r I Polviii both rapped out doubles for Ulo Astros. sive performers in Sunday's preliminary founds. Petar Kroumov of Bulgaria advanced with no penalty points to a three-man round-robin final in an effort to win his second successive crown in the pound division. Seeking titles for the Russians are Rustem Kazakov, 125V4 pounds; Viktor Igumenov, 103; Milolay Zakovenko, 220; and Anatoly Roscin, heavyweight. Another Russian, Anatoly Na- zarenko, who remains in conten- tion in the 180y2-pound class, had the fastest pin of the week- long championships, stopping Jan Kar'strom of Sweden in 14 seconds of a scheduled nine- minute match. SEES POTENTIAL Although Canada was elimi- nated in all 10 weight classes, the young wrestlers surprised Alex Romaniuk, president of the Canadian Amateur Wrestling Association. "It was our best showing ever the world Romaniuk said in an interview. "We'll improve in the next few years and should be a top con- tender in 1975." Ratko Rapaic of Toronto was the last Canadian to be elimi- nated when he lost a 3-1 deci- sion to Dave Hazenwinkel of Coon Rapids, Minn. Other Canadians, who took six of more penalty points, were Branko Lackovic, Toronto, 180'A pounds; Art Frechette, Hamil- ton, heavyweight; Bill Benko, Calgary, 220; Joe Pavicic, Ham- ilton, John Dunn, To- ronto, Faim Kaljanac, Toronto, 105VJ; Adolf Schweit- zer, Kitchener, Ont., 163; Ted Cooper, Toronto, 114VJ; and Kon Lappage, Edmonton, 198. Ten more Canadians will par- ticipate in the freestyle division which opens Thursday night. Freestyle finals ar'e scheduled for Saturday. Stephensoii Surprise Lion Cut VANCOUVER (CP) Brit- ish Columbia Lions of the West- ern Football Conference Satur- day cut four players from the training camp roster including Major Stephenson, a highly- touted tight end from Univer- sity of Texas at El Paso. The other cuts were Canadian lineman Brian Currie and Bob Moffat and Canadian defensive back Roger Robbins. This reduced the club roster io 58 players i 53 will dress for Monday's exhibition game here against Edmonton Eskimos. Starters with Lions who will miss Monday's game due to in- include offensive backs Jim Evenson and Jim Young, wide receiver Tom Cassese and defensive lineman Garrett Hun- sperger. Dave Easley, rookie of the year in the western conference last year, also is out of action. Young will return to action next week while Easley and Evenson are out for about a month. Huns p e r g e r is undergoing checks for a knee cartilage in- jury and Cassese under went surgery for knee cartilage in- jury Saturday. Early reporls indicated he would miss the remainder of the season because of a double cartilage injury in the knee. Minnesota 5-3, Boston trimmed Cleveland 5-1, Detroit edged B a 11 i mo re 6-5, Kansas City topped Milwaukee 8-P and Oak- land downed California 7-4. LEFT 5 RUNNERS McLain blanked the Orioles through four innings despite control difficulty. The 26-year- old right-hander, suspended by commissioner Bowie Kutm last April for alleged gambling ac- tivities three years ago, gave up one run in the fifth and another in the sixth. But he escaped fur- ther damage each time, leaving five base runners stranded. He was later removed for a pinch hitter. Boog Powell drove in both runs, ffifh a bad-hop single in the fifth and a sacrifice fly in the sixth, before McLain fanned Frank Robinson for his sixth and last strikeout. Palmer won his 12th victory against five losses. Meanwhile Chicago Cubs are going down in the National League not with- out a fight. The Cubs have lost 15 of their last 17 games and tumbled from first place to fourth in the Na- tional League's East Division. All the frustrations the slump seemed to explode in the ninth inning of Sunday's 5-2 loss to Pittsburgh Pirates. Pirate pitcher Dock Ellis was at bat and after ducking a close one, he started no one in particular but loud enough for plate umpire Nick Colosi to he'd get even. Ellis kept saying he was going to get said Colosi, "so I decided fo stop it right there and then." Colosi summoned Chicago manager Leo Durocher and Danny skipper of the Pirates, to a home plate confer- ence to head off the war. But the truce came too late. Mo- rn en ts after the conference broke up, Durocher exchanged angry words with Ellis and the brawl was on. When peace was restored, the and dropped Chicago five games be- hind first-place New York Mets. The Cubs led the division by 414 games when their slide started June 21. MONTREAL DROPS ONE Elsewhere in the National League Sunday, the Mets edged Philadelphia Phillies 5-4, St. Louis Cardinals rapped Mont- real Expos 5-3, Cincinnati Reds trimmed Houston Astros 3-1, San Diego Padres edged Atlanta Braves 6-5 and Los Angeles Dodgers shut out San Francisco 4-0. Saturday, Pittsburgh split a doubleheader with Chicago, win- ning the first 10-6 and losing the second 7-2, Cincinnati blanked Houston 3-0, New York ripped Philadelphia 7-2, Montreal shut out S't. Louis 8-0 and Atlanta edged San Diego 2-1. The Pirates, who have taken over second place in the NL East wilh 10 victories in the last 13 games, were, sparked Sunday ny Rich Hebner's two-run homer in the first inning. The Mets got a home run and RBI from Ron Swoboda for the first time since May 31, and it helped beat the Phillies. Tom- mie Agee's single, extending his hitting streak to 16 games, was the only hit in a two-run seventh that gave the Mets their win- margin after Swoboda's homer had broken a 2-2 tie in the sixth. Pirates finished beating Cubs on the Scoreboard Close Win To Allisou DAYTON A BEACH, Fla. (AP) Donnie Allison beat Buddy Baker to the finish lino by 15 seconds to win the Fire- cracker 400 stqckcar r'ace after David Pearson blew a tire 17 miles from the end while lead- ing- There were only five short caution flags for a total of 22 laps around the ZVi-mile high- banked Daytona International Speedway, but they combined with sticky 90-degree heat Sat- urday to make numerous pit stops necessary. NORBRIDGE MARINE SERVICENTRE JOHN BACEDA 1252 3rd Avenue North Lchbridge, Alberfa 327-6960 Now is the lime to bring in your lawnmowers, boats and outboards for spring tune up or repairs. YOUR SERVICENTRE FOR: .Outboard.Motors. H.Boat ond Trailer Repairs. Air.Cooled Engines Snowmobiles. All work backed by years of cxDcricnco Tree pickup and delivery .service.. ANDY CAPP THAT TODAY'S PAPER WHAT COULt) SHE CO I FORGOT Ober, Smith Perform Well Saskatoon was the elected city to host the Tri-Province Track and Field tournament this weekend. Joyce Ober and George Smith from the Lethbridge Track and Field Club took part in the tour- nament for the Alberta team. Coached by George Gemer the twosome fared well helping the Alberta teams total point victory over the other two prov- inces. Alberta achieved 267 points with Saskatchewan com- ing in second with 237% points and Manitoba coming in last with 210V4 points over all. Joyce Ober came first in the 200 metre hurdle wilh a time of 29.2 seconds. She also gained a second place finish in the wo- men's long jump setting a new provincial r'ecord with a jump of George Smith, gained a first in the men's 400 metre hurdle with a time of 54.4 seconds and a first in the 400 metre flat with a time of 49.2 seconds. Ha also came second in the 110 metre hurdle with a time of 16.1 seconds. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES AMERICAN LEAGUE Hast W 1 Baltimore New York Detroit 3ostcn Washington Cleveland Minnesota Chicago Pet. .625 .557 Milwaukee 27 53 41 35 ,539 40 36 .556 37 43 .463 33 44 .429 .653 .575 .563 .372 .350 .333 52 SUNDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Washington 002 ooo 7 10 I New York 100 010 380 Bdsrnan KnowLes (B) and Cas- anova; Peterson Hamilton (9) and Gibbs. SECOND Washington 100 7 9 1 New York 000 200 313 Stiellenback (4-2) Knowles and -rench; Waslcwskl Cumberland Keklch Hamilton (8) and AAun- son. HR: Fingers (5-6) Lachemann LInd- jlad Locker (7) and Duncan; .Wes- sersmith (7-6) K. Tatum (B) and Azcue.