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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g _ THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Friday, July 1, 1971 ANDY CAPP 'EARTBROKEN ROTTER BEEN WITH BROKEN OFF THE WHAT ELSE COULi 'E JUST BECAUSE VSHE WANTEbT' Stockton sharp on back nine Course record falls at'Open SOUTHPORT, England (AP) Peter Oostcrhuis o[ England shot a course-record 66 today and took the early third-round ead in the British open goll championship. Oosterhuis, a 23-year-old six- footer, whipped the par 73, Royal Birkdale links by going out in three-under-par 32 and coming back in four-un- der 34. The old course record of 67 vas set by Gardner Dickinson of the United States in J968. SOUTHPORT, England (AP) _ Dave Stockton, a former U.S. Professional Golfers Association champion, shot a sizzling on the back nine for a fivc-under- par 68 today and took the early third-round lead in the British open golf championship. Stockton, who stood at 148, Contractors use last bats wisely The Contractors came up. with two runs in their last time at bats and trimmed the M and K Generals 3-2 in the first of two games staged in the Senior Men's Fastball League Thursday night. Meanwhile in the strand en- counter the Dallas Cowboys trounced the Labor Club 9-2 be- hind Darryl Leavitt's four hit pitching. Tn the Contractor Generals contest, Garth Lamb was the key player on the diamond for the Contractors. Lamb who had only two in- nings of league pitching be- hind Ms belt prior to this game came through with a four-hit- ter to earn the win. Al Baird suffered his fin loss of the season and gave way to reliever Dennis Allen in the seventh inning. Home run leader Don Diel- zen cracked out his ninth of the year and added a double while Lamb stroked a double :o aid his own cause. For the Generals Lloyd Yam- agishi managed a double and a single and Enrol Smith belted a triple. Kaye Elliot hammered a home run, but suffered the loss on the mound as the Dallas Cowboys keep rolling along wihtout a defeat this season. Leavitt picked up his sixth victory the season on the mound with his four hitter and now leads the league in that department with a 6-0 rec- ord. In the hitting department George Waselenak and Corrido Santoni helped Leavitt with two singles apiece. Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE Gals drive Sunday It could prove to be proper mayhem at Exhibition Speed- way Sunday as the gals take to 'the wheels in the annual Powder Puff Derby. Fender-bending at its finest will see the gals manoeuvre 'C" class cars around the oval track. Time trials for Sunday's rac- ing get under way with the action scheduled for a be- ginning. Another added attraction for the Sunday meet, with 14 races all told, will be the arrival of the Calgary B modficd racers here to compete with the local drivers. In point standings released today Lrndy Smith has built up a lead in class with 46 points. Bon Boyce follows with just ahead of Fred Deuschle with 32V4. Gene Dick heads the pack in "C" class with 38% points as compared to runner-up Max Oertli at Alberta Tschrit- ler is third with The V-a Sportsman lead be- longs to Len Vaselenak who has earned 41V4. A battle has de- veloped for second spot in the V-8 standings between Tom Ay- erhart ant! George Barrington. Ayerhart has accumulated 32 wiiils while Barrington has 31. These two drivers forced each other off the track last Sunday and should provide for some fireworks (his Sunday. WANTED: One boat launching ramp for Tyrrell's And8, a kick in the council chambers for the County From our last experience (last Sunday! it isn't safe to try and launch anything larger than a car- topper or a dingy at Tyrrell's. You may get a larger craft in okay, tut don t necessarily count on being able to get it out without assistance. Much of the area around the breakwater was nothing more than a bog last Sunday. The county was supposed to have put some boul- ders and gravel at the launch site, but as of last Sunday there was little more than muck. And the generosity of the county. It will haul the gravel but the rocks are supposed to be paid for by the Tyrrell's Lake Fishermen's Association. What s really needed is a launching ramp and one could be built at a fairly reasonable cost out of rough planking. Please councillors! Might even get a donation of some planks from some lumber dealers There is the concern of course that if launching facilities are made too attractive at Tyrrell's, the larger boats will start using the lake with water skiers. This has already happened and more than one shore- line fisherman has gone home muttering after his equipment had been yanked away by the bigger craft. It should be noted though, that Tyrrell s is too a should be taken by the county to restrict water skiers from Tyrrell's. Ridge Reservoir isnt that far away. Imperial Oil Product Ice Stereo Topes Garden Supplies Ammunition Atlas Products Bar-B-Q Supplies DONT FORGET WE HAVE Fishing licenses Tackle Live Bail PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue ond Mayor Mograth Drive Phone 327-1046 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Friday. Slow pitch set for Coaltlale Saturday will see a champion declared in the Coaldale slow pitch competitions for a berth hi the Summer Games. Four clubs will take part in the playoff Saturday with the winner representing the region in the games at Claresholm August 4-7. Coaldale Kinsmen and Coal- dale LDS meet at at the Coaldale Ball Park while Coal- dde Men's do battle with the County Men's team at ;he same time at St. Joseph's School. The championship game is slated for the St. Joseph's dia- mond at ONE OF THE BIGGER changes in the hunting regulations for this fall will be with pheasants. During the first half of the season, one hen may be included in the daily bag limit of three. After Nov. 1, the daily bag limit will be five roosters. For this fall at least, hunting, fishing and trapping will continue to be allowed in the Siffleur, White Goat and Ghost Provincial Wilderness areas under author- ity of the Game Act which came into force this year. Dr J Donovan Ross, minister of lands and for- ests says' that these three areas plus any others, if established as permanent wilderness areas by the next sitting of the legislature, would prohibit hunting, fishing, trapping and travel other than, by foot within the boundaries. THIS IS THE WEEKEND for the big annual Zone 1 Alberta Fish and Game Association family picnic at the Belly River Campgrounds at Waterton Lakes National Park. There's weiner roast and entertainment Saturday evening; Sunday breakfast for all, fish derby for the children, races, tug-o-war and horseshoes. Admission, membership in a fish and game asso- ciation, at least one per family and for breakfast for 16 and over. ___________, two strokes over par and nine off the pace after two rounds, went out in par 35 and came back in a five-under 33 over the Royal Birkdale links. Stockton could have equalled the course record of 67 set by Gardner Dickinson of the United States in 1968 by getting a birdie on the final hole. But he made a poor tee shot and fin- ished with a par five. Lee Trevino, with the U.S. and Canadian open titles under his belt, shared the lead at 139 with Tony Jacklin of Britain after the first too rounds. They were among the late starters today. "The pressure is on and I can stand said the 31-year-old Trevino. "The law of averages Is against me winning three great titles in four weeks, but my wife and I both think that I can carry off this old crown." Aftef winning the Canadian Open at Montreal, Trevino flew to Britain and said: "I'd trade one of my U.S. open titles for the British crown any time." CHINESE CLOSE Breathing down the necks of Trevino and Jacklin was Liang Huan Lu. The man from Taiwan, a star of the Far East circuit, was one shot back at 140. Argentina's Roberto de Vincenzo and Gary Player of South Africa were at 41 and presenting a big threat ,o the leaders. Five players were at 142, in- luding defending champion ack Nicklaus and the always- angerous Billy Casper. "Everything depends on well you drive at aid Trevino. "All I can say is I'm driving well. I think the man who mas- ters the par fives will take the itle. "I managed to master the 18th yesterday and an eagle and sank a 45-footer. With that be- lind you, you go into the third round feeling good." "I'm happy with my round said Jacklin, 28, the dai'ling of the home fans. "The way I've been playing recently I'd have to be happy." HAPPY PUTTER Lee Trevino, kicks up a storm after knocking in a 45-foot putt for an eagle three on the final ho? Kay of the' British Open Golf Champ.onrfnp in Southport, England. Trevino tied Britcim's Tony Jacklin for the second round lead. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES 25 GALLON GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS Only 79.95 Phone JACK FULLER 328-2515 Installers available Race results Towiisend fires low gross score Atlas is really making a strong bid to catch the Coun- try Club golf league leaders as they swept eight points from Lilydale in Thursday night's ac- tion. Low gross honors went to Bill Townsend of Atlas with a 141 whil" low net score was won by Tom Hudson of Beny's who fired a 32. Townsend also featured in the low team net score as he AMERICAN Baltimore Boston Detroit New York Cleveland Washington Oakland Kansas City Minnesota Calilornia jkee Chicago 37 33 West 54 29 .42 39 39 .15 L Pet. 31 .627 34 .590 38 .542 47 Ml .435 .651 .519 .464 .455 .432 -WHY RENT? Join the growing crowd of SMART PEOPLE They Are Buying MOBILE HOMES SPECIAL DEALS NOW IN EFFECT! CALGARY (CP) Race results af i Victoria Park Thursday: First 51.400 claiming, 3-y ear-olds, 7 fur- (Norris) 5.20 3.20 2.30, Sea- quill (Hedcje) 3.70 2.50, Glory Page (Haynes) 2.50. Time1 1-5 Mystic Heights, Blue Strome, Tra- der John, Olympic Sun, Magic Dirk also ran. Second claiming, 4-yeaj-olds and up, 7 furlongs ,n Silver Dandy ID. Wiseman) 7 4 SO, Grand Charm (Watson) 9.60 4.30, Jicopo's Susie (Shields) 3.40. CAiss Wa'rlou, Flamble, U Hope, Bay Chief, Ace Hinh also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 161.30. Thlrt claiming, 2-year.olds, 5 tur- "lliB Seeker (L. Wiseman) 3.70 310 300, Flying Exit (Billingsley) 4.30 5.10, Haydn's symphony (Sladnyk) 5.10. Lady' Tyrone, Roly Glen, C C M gic. Dike's Princess, Royal Drag, al QUINELLA: (11 70. fourth claiming, 7 n War (Whittle) Kool Turk (L. Wiseman) 10.90 6.10 Lady shelmerdeen (shields) 3.20. Time: 4-5 Bandit's Jewel, Music To My tars Speed's Beauty, Tiger Chinook, Foe. Trade also ran. Fifltl claiming, 4-year-olds and up ''uTvSif Jr. (Sanchez) 8.50 5.BO 3.3U St. Georges Day (L. Wiseman) 23. 10.90. Lord Masco (Sladnyk) 12.40. Ann, Hudson Valley, Srr ky Hosf, Born skinny, Corf Mailc als EXACTOR: SI 700 claiming, 4-year-olds and IVa miles ________ 12' x 60' 3 BEDROOM Fully Furnished Down Par Month 5112.41 12' x 66' Bedroom Fully Furnished Down Poymint S17OO Par Month S123.50 14' x 68' 3 BEDROOM Fully Furnished Down Payment S2700 Por Month S128.24 Perfect Host (Stadnyk) 5.20 3.30 5-50. agle Hill (Rasmussen) 4.20 2.90, Dew- f Boy (Jackowiak) 2.80. Eiioft, What A Day, Hewln- im. Tall Ridge. Round Dice also ran. Seventh claiming, 4-year-olds and up, Pebbl" Hill (Rasmusscn) 7.90 3.30 20 Dark Secret (Norris) 2.70 2.70, olden Compass (Kipling) 5.20. Copef To Dash, Bronselene, Wee Cel- c. Nova Fols also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, Bully (Kipling) 12.10 5.30 00 My Son Michael (Rasmussen) 'BO 2 GO, Shootalong (Norris) 2.90. Time: 1-5 Mister Auctioneer, Dr. Nile. Furious Alight Rubella, Jet Courier also ran. QUINELLA: S3J.40. Minor Baseball Jeff Ennis hurled a Iwo-hit- ter but came out on the shorl end of a 5-2 score as the Astros tested the Expos in Norcrcst Little League action. Michael Coghlln emerged with the victory as he allowed just three hits. Mark Hirotsu managed both hits off of Ennis as he stroked a double and a single. Ennis, Todd and Jamie Severtson all had singles for the Expos. combined with Ed Andrews, Denny Dalquist and H a m m y Skilling to earn the honors for Atlas with a 141. Meanwhile in Lakeside golf league play, Singers hold hold down first spot with 89 points four better than Jubilee who rest in second with 85. _ Safeways follow close behind with 82 points while two clubs, Fraches and Pahulje share fourth place with 79 points. In last night's action Fran! McNair of Safeways capturet the low gross honors with a round score of 38 while Ken Christensen of Southern Alber la Co-op took home the low ne score with a 33. Dorigatti's foursome whicl included Cliff Forry, Fret Kalicum, Ken Wolosyn am Sunny Slavich combined four low team net with a 149. In Lakeside Junior leagu action Brad Cox fired a 46 t win the low gross honors last night. Low net score went to Mar Ihigehiro who trimmed h score to a 33 while Pahul, grabbed the low team net wii a H5. TODAY'S GAMES Detroit Coleman 7-6 al Washington Broberg 0-2 N Cleveland Dunning 6-6 at Baltimore aimer 10-4 N Boston peters 8-5 at New York Slot tlemyre S-7 N Milwaukee Slaton 4-1 at Chicago Horlen 3-6 N Kansas City Hcdlund 7-5 at M sola Perry 12-7 N California May 4-5 al Oakland Blue 17-3 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS OBkland MO 100 000-413 Chicago 010 100 Cot- J 5 Dobson (8-0) and Duncan; Wooc (8-5) Romo (9) and Herrmann. HR: Chi-Andrews (4) Melton (19) California .012 200 111- 7 7 Minnesota 100 100 Murphy 15-11) Allen (9) and Steph enson; Luebber Strickland (4 Williams (8) Hall (9) and Mllterwald Tischinskl HRs: Cal-Gonzalez (1 Washington 100 too 101- J 6 Baltimore 400 130 OK- 711 Brown Plna (I) Llndblad (6 iddleberger (71 and Billings; Cue r (13-1) and Hendrlcks. HRs: Bal ettenmund F. ew York 000 Ml 1 3 etrolt.....300 100 MX-3 Kline (7-8) McDanlel (8) and Mu on; Gilbreth (2-0) and Freehan. HK Y-Munson Det-Freehan (11 Kansas City MO 1W 000- 1 5 Milwaukee 002 Splittorff (3-3) Abernalhy (8) a May, Paelke Lopei (2-3) Sande 9) and Rodriguez. COALHURST MOBILE HOMES "REMEMBERI Wt SfRVICE WHAT WE SELl" Phono 327-3744 4 Weit on Highway 3 P.O. Box 639, COAIHURST, Alberta TENNIS REGISTRATIONS FOR LOCAL ELIMINATION fOR THE IETHBRIDGE REGIONAL COMPETITIONS are being taken at the COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM OFFICE YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Anv of cily who has not won a Provincial b.H.r in Ih. pa.l 2 year, may compote. The will run on July 17th and 18th at the CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE DEADLINE FOR ENTRIIS IS JLHY 14ln Entry forms moy be plck.d up as 111. Program Office, Yatos Centre, or Phone 328-8021. LAKESIDE GOLF .Ingers Jubilee 85 82 Fraches ........................11 ....................79 CHEC 77 Walkers ......................76