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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Juty 7, THI HTHBRIDOI HIRAIO IS Wagon leads change hands Horses won't co-operate so far CALGARY nc-under par 69 Friday to as- ume the first round lead in the Alberta amateur olf cham- ionship. The 21-year-old Graham, a student at Arizona State Uni- was the only player in he field of 144 to break par on he course. He has a one-shot lead on six-time champion, Doug Sil- verberg of Calgary. At 71 are Bob Poffenroth, a hockey plaper for Springfield Cings of tha American Hockey jeagae; Harold Pasescbnik of Calgary, the 1969 champion, Bob Bradburn Jr. of Edmonton and left-hander Ray Henry of Cdmonton. Another shot back are three- time champion Keith Alexan- der of Calgary and the 1972 runner-up, Ken Tamke of Ed- nonton. The course took its tdl in the first day of the event, the first leg of the Wffl- ingdon Cup trials, as approxi- mately one4hird of the field couldn't break 80. ,Four time champion Bob Wylie of Calgary could do no better than 78. John Souter of Calgary, a Willingdon Cup member last year, matched Wylie's score. Graham, who finished 10th in last weekend's Saskatche- wan Open in Regma, played the front nine in one-under par 34, but bogeyed 10, 12 and 13 to fall to two-over. But on the 488-yard Mft, a par-five, he sunk a seven-foot putt for an eagle ttoee to go back to par. Then on the 18th green, be slid in a three-footer for a birdie three. Sflverba-g, who had not played a competitive event al year until the amateur, gartet the round wifli a MO yard wedge shot for a birdie three on the first hole and ended with an 18-inch birdie putt on the 18th. Tba field will be cut to the low 48 and ties after today's round. opening-day leaders were sessed penalties. As a result, t took a penalty-free ride on Friday's card to make the first 1 places in the standings. Merle Anderson of Alta., moved into second place, a mere .46 seconds back of the ead when he posted the first- astest time of the day, The fastest run belonged to toe Rose Borek wagon of Daw- son Creek, B.C. with Dallas Xncfaester bringing bis wagon tome in Despite posting the fastest time of the two days, Rose Jorek still trails her husband, Ken, who remained a notch above her in third place with a time of Rounding out the top five was the Newall Brothers rig from Rockyford, Alta., driven by Bob Cosgrave. The Newalls posted a running time of :11.02 and were stationed a ull two seconds back of the ead. The Archie Hackwell rig of Grande Prairie, which led after the opening day, dropped all the way into 16th spot when t ran into penalty trouble. Driver Kelly Sutherland drove Ms team home in a fine out his outriders failed to toss the stove into the box and it cost them four precious sec- onds. Royals take on Calgary Sunday The Lethbridge Koyals will host the Calgary Casuals in a Calgary Senior Men's Soccer League game Sunday. The afternoon tilt is slated to go at p.m. at the Civic Centre. The Centennial Bantam Base- ball League's board of directors voted down a protest submitted by the Lethbridge Sansei Friday night and left the local club holding a thin rope in their battle for the championship title. The Sanseis are currently one game down in their best-of-three final playoff series against Taber and win now need to win their next outing to slay alive. Sanseis issued the protest af- ter suffering a 21-16 setback in the opener in Taber Wednesday night but the league directors voted 3-1 to torn it down The major underlying reason for the protest was due to Uie inadequate playing conditions The Taber ball field has no fence surrounding the out-field and during the actual game a soccer match was being held a short distance from right field. Bias umpiring which was sited as another reason for the pro- test was thrown out as being immateriaL Anyway you look al ft, the Sanseis are in a do-or-die situ- ation and must win the nest match to survive. The second encounter be- tween the two dubs is set for two o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Dave Elton Park A third game if necessary wiD be staged in Taber neat Wednesday. THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING July Urii tbrw 21st IETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION RACETRACK POST TIME PARI-MUTUEL 3 30 P.M. OAIIY w BETTING WE'RE BEATING THE HEAT WITH COOL DEALS! r See us now for... 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Here's the [answer The batter comes I up with two out and a man I on first base, and gets a I count of 3 and 2 Then the I runner at first is out stealing, I ending that inning The I same batter would lead off tha next inning with whof of- Ificially is still considered the same time at bat, and again runs the count to 3 and thus giving him 10 pitches, I with no fouls, in one time at bat. Can you imagine a major league baseball team making I 17 errors in one game? I ft happened to the Cubs in a game in 1889, and ta make j that record even mere fan-1 tattle ,they made those 171 errors in just 7 innings since the game was called in the 8th because of darkness! I Has there ever been any one pitcher in pro baseball who pitched BOTH left-hand- ed AND right-handed in the tame game? There was a player in the lone Star Lea- gue in 1948, who not only pitched both righry and lefty but had an additional oddity I about him He was a I one-m-a-million pitcher, but I but his name, oddly enough was Ralph Ketcherl I I I bet you didn't knew! I Kirk's and Uniroyal are new .offering the greatest ever buy en Unireyal Fastrak Poly- ester What better tim- I Ing with vocation trips coming up and good old summertime driving. You can get size: E78-14 Blackwalb for little as each with similar savings on all other sixes as well. Better! wheel in and let outfit I your car all-around and in-1 sure a safe return on all your trips. I KIRK'S for The Bet? Owl for fwry TIRE SALES LTD I The Tire Your ONIROYAl Deafer IJ IOCAT10NS TO SBtVt YOU 1621 3rd Ave. S. 327-5985 PHONE WHO B.C I Phone 423-7740 I KIRK'S TIRE (TABER) ITD. I L4701 SOrti J53-J44I I ;