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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THI UTHMIDOI HiRALD Thursday, July 6, Play opens Friday morning, 117 seek top Juniors All is ready to go for 1972 Alberta amateur By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer For Iho next three days, commencing at Friday morning, Henderson Lake Golf Club will be subjected to the shots pt the finest amateur golfers in Alberta. The 1972 Alberta amateur golf championship is set for the Lake and 117 golfers are in the chase for top honors in Ihe 54- hole, three-day event. The field will be cut to Hie low 48 alter Satin-clay's round. Entries closed earlier in the week and anybody who is any- body in amateur golf ranks in the province are listed as start- ers for the event. Defending champion Doug Silverberg of 'Calgary leads the way for the most impressive lisl o[ goiters to Invade 18 hole Henderson Lake in many years. Henderson was the site of the amateur some five years back. S i 1 v e r b e r g, who arrived Tuesday for some pre-cham- pionship rounds set a course record Wednesday. The person- able blonde shotmaker fired a 05, six under par. flaying with club profession- al Earl Francis and Don Cavers of Calgary Silverberg Minor baseball The Red Sox were knocked- out of further play in the Lake- side Little League playoffs as they suffered a slim 7-6 set- back by the Tigers Wednesday night. Tilike McLane gave up only three hits to earn the win while Ron Waller took the loss allowing eight hits. Dale Seeman belted a triple and a pair of singles for the winners while Greg Olshaskj poked out a triple and a single. Ken Lang also rapped out two singles for the winners. Brent Maxwell stole home and gave the Indians a 1-0 vic- tory over the Angels at Lake- side. Maxwell fired a one-hitter along with his heads-up base stealing handing the Angels their first loss of the season. Alex Gepneris had to settle with the loss although he hurled a three-hitter. Brian Robinson paced the Indians with two singles. Just Arrived 20 Only Formula 10 SPEEDS Ftaturac include: clips, pull alloy brakes, alloy hubir chain guard, alloy handle. bar poit, fop quality Reynolds 531 tubing and complete with kick if-and. Reg. 139.95 Savt 114 .95 All bicycles are properly auembled, iet-up and equipped with a kick stand and with a 90-day free adjustment policy and a 6 month parti and labor warranty. 10 SPEED ACCESSORIES We have a complete stock of toe clips, locks, speedo- meters, carriers, mlrron, etc. The largest stock in S. Alberta. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LIMITED Tour complete bike headquarters in South Alberta" 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 CLOSED MONDAY Daily 8 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday ant) Friday a.m. In 9 p.m. a total of 54Vi hours a week to serve you. rired rounds of 32-33 In selling Ihe new standard. He was five under aiiuf nine. He parred the first four holes and then racked up five straight birdies. On Ihe back nine he hirdied 13 and 16 but bogicd 10 or he may have had a M, Keilh Alexander, of Calgary, who IK also playing the ama- Icur Ihis weekend, held the previous mark with a fired last year in Ihe Chinook Clas- sic. This weekend's 54 holes at Henderson are the firsl leg lo (he naming of Ihe Willington Cup learn to represent Alberta in Ihe Canadian champion- ships. In past years the winner of the amateur became an auto- matic member ot the team. This year, however, the low four golfers after 108 holes are named to the team. Another 54 holes will be played later at Willow Park in Calgary. Silverberg, Alexander, Norm Gray of Calgary and Don Gra- ham of Medicine Hat formed last year's team. Not since the late fifties has a Lethbridge golfer been on the team. Ed Schwartz was a member once. This year, 13 locals, Including three juniors, are entered. The juniors are Richard and Handy Audreachuk and Brad Cox. The senior entries are Jim Whitelaw, Don Tillotson, Cliff S t r o h, Lloyd Kanewischer, Doug Brown, Jim Freel, Rob Forrest, Alex Murrell, Brian' Geddes and Bill Karbashewski. According to Francis the lo- cal hopefuls will have to be hot to keep their chances of win- ning alive. It will take threa good rounds at Henderson and another three at Willow Park. Everything is set to go at he Lake, the course is in beauti- ful shape and ready tor the on- slaught which starts Friday and ends Sunday. Adanacs edge Taber 9-8 The Lethbridge YMCA. Ada- nacs edged the Taber Bantams 9-8 in Bantam Lacrosse League action Wednesday night. Paul Bryne was outstanding for the Adanacs scoring four times while adding three sists. Ken Hall also had a fine outing flipping in three mark- ers to go along with his three helpers. Morgan Munroe rounded out the Adanacs' scorers with e pair. Taber, who trailed 7-5 after two periods of play received a three-goal performance from Herman Friesen while solo markers were tallied by Gary Pollard, Frank Angel, Nelson Sakamoto, .Scott MacKenrie and Randy Sparks. READY FOR AMATEUR EVENT Bob W ylie, left, of Calgary and Laurie Scolt of Edmonton, will be in the chase for top honors when the Alberta amateur golf champ- ionship gets under way Friday morning at Henderson Lake. SUPERIOR GULF SERVICE QUALITY GULF TIRES Great Tire Prices WIDE-TRACK 2X2 BELTED POLYESTER WHITEWALLS FROM '24 F78-14 You're looking at Gulf'i belted tire value 4-PLY NTLON BLACKWALLS Oulf'i blai It you plan la your car up to milti, rtummind thli tirr THY TO KM n PROM WIDE-TRACK 4 PLY POLYESTER WHITEWALLS OulPi but bioi tin. H you plan to driva your car up to mllM, wo mend rhli tin. TVY TO BUT R FROM WIDE-TRACK POLYESTER FIBREGLASS DUAL WHITEWALLS Gulf'i bill billid biai I'm if you plan to drlvi your tar up to we nterrmiond thli FRANK AITKEN SUPERIOR GULF, FAST FRIfNDLY SERVICE 1804 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-0313 your Gulf Travel Cqrd or Choreex Of his Expo uniform Singleton wants MONTREAL tCP) Most young professional baseball players are eager to get into their team's uniform. Except maybe Ken Singleton of Mont- real Expos. Lately, he has been itching to get out of his it gives him hives. "I never want to touch It the 24-year-old out- fielder said Wednesday, his troubled mind somewhat re- lieved with the discovery that it apparently was the woolly fabric that caused several se- vere outbreaks of hives in the last month. "And just to be safe, no chocolate ice cream he added. Singleton's case had allerg- ists at Montreal General Hos- pital hitting the books again. They tried dozens of tests to determine what triggered the itchy red welts which broke out over Singleton's body and left team-mates shuddering in sympathy. AWFUL' "It's awful what said Manager Gene Mauch "It looks like lie just stepped out of a shower of mustard gas." "I don't know what you'd look like after a mustard gas team doctor Boh Brodrick said, "but Gene's de- scription sounds right." singlet on first began scratching in spring training camp with Ihe New York McLs, switched from a wool to cotton undershirt and got relief. Traded to Montreal, he steadily grew more and more uncomfortable in the Montreal uniform. Two wrcks agn in Cincinnati Hungers earl home Miles Cup The Junior Hangers of the Lcthbridge Minor Soccer League edged the Blai-k Hawks 1-0 in tlifi championship final and carted home the Miles Cup Tuesday nifihl. IjClland Howe tallied with 15 minutes left in llic hard-fought contest lo give his club the vic- tory. he burst out In hives from neck to knee and was sent home. The condition cleared up. Last week he broke out again on a flight between St. Louis and Pittsburgh. "I toid him to take it easy, get dressed, sit on the bench and I'd find a spot where he Short sport CLAIMS REAL CUP EDMONTON (CP) Dick Warwich claims he has the trophy emblematic of the World Hockey championship and the cup being presented now is a copy. Warwick said in an inlervicw that he is offering the cup for the coming Canada-vs-Russia series this fall. Warwick said he and his brothers, Billy and Grant, have had the real cup since they played [or Ihe Pcnl.iclon. (B.C.) Vces and it was presented to the Canadian team after beat- ing the Russians in 1955. SPINKS' SEASON ENIlfi ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Cardinals of baseball's National League said Wednesday right bander Scipio Spinks will undergo surgery for torn liga- ments in his right knee and "is through for the season." SHACK SIGNS PACT PITTSBURGH (AP) Vet- eran winger Eddie Shack sign- ed a two-year contract Wednes- day with Pittsburgh Penguins of the National Hockey League., the club announced. Shack, 35, scored five goals and had nino assists with the Penguins last season KNKE OPERATION MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Min- nesota outfielder Tony Oliva un- derwent another operation Wednesday on his ailing right knee. Dr. Harvey O'Phclan, physi- cian for the American League bnschall club, performer! llic op- eration at St. Mary's Hospital here. could win us Ihe game." Mauch said. "He sal Ihere. By the fifth inning he squinning in his uniform and Lo leave. By the end of Ihe game well I just fell so sorry tor him, Ihe slate he was in." DOCTORS GET BUSY The doctors first suspected a food allergy and ran ,sive tests. Then they ran blood lesLs to SPG if it an- other form of illness. Nothing. The ouliielrier began carry- ing a notebook around with him everywhere he went to record what foods he ale. No luck. Four hours after the uni- form went on. he broke out again. Finally the olivious an- swer must bu the uni- form. Sunday hr. .sat for four hours in llic E.xpo.s rjluhiiousc wearing (.he double kuit uniform, a sample UJG Expos liad ni3.ilf. before decid- ing v.'hetli'jr liioy in i g h t switch. He i! and didn'L break ouL this Tin: rrr Iloucvcr, JIG can't it in a game bccaiiM; Uie pant-s no no! fil. lie is nn! ovpn sup- lo .''r il rule; fii; laio (luiL uni- forms must ;ill lie Iho same. "I Ihink an he muc'.c lievc uiUit v.'C liually make a mmo lo I lie new says goneral-niiinaEer Jim Fanning. "Tlifi knits nre more com- for'.nblc, harder In Icar, eas- ier lo clean and almost half as Sl'I-VKH Thn Lothlii'id.L'c1. .Junior Opli- misLs picked up an JG-2 win Iho Majesties in Women's play nighl. Hebbin KuUi Milkir on Ihe mound. r More sport H WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco at Philadelphia, ppd, rain. San Diego at New York, ppd., rain. FIRST Chicago 006 OM 04ft- 4 6 1 A.ianta .....Oio nwi 1 B 1 Jenkins (10-7) and Hundley; Scheu- Isr Hoerner (B) Upshaw (i) and E Wi'liams. SECOND Chicago 000 000 1 fi 1 Atlanta ......ooi 110 3 7 1 Phoebus f2-31 Akor (6} 5. Hamilton (fi) and Rudglph, Hundley Niekro and Rodriguez; (1-5) and Torborg. MINOR LEAGUE SCORES intcrnalicnal League Rithmcnd Tiriawalcr 1 Peninsula 11 Charleston S Syrocuso 7 I rui-wiile 4 Toledo 3 P.icific Cosst Lcagui AlLiuqucriiuc' Tacoma 2 Phoonlx 13 Portland J Tucscn IS EUCIPHP. 7 Soil Lake 10 Hawaii 0 HIGH SPEED TUBE ELRICH TIREHTD. Mioife or ;