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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Junior Optimists capture provincial girls9 title Alberta champions Lethbridge Junior Optimists will represent Alberta in the Canadian junior girls' softball championships to be staged in Ontario August 2-5 after capturing the provincial title in Calgary over the weekend. The championship team back left to Ev Kim Davlyn Laurie-Lynne Patti Val Bev DeMaere and Sue Gash. Front row left to Joanne Johnson Sherry Debbie Faye Irene Karia Missing is Sonja Smeland. The Lethbridge Junior Op- timists will travel to Ontario for the first Junior Girls Canadian Softball Championships August 2-5. The Junior Optimists bested Calgary Main Service Stars and Edmonton Calwood Juniors in the double- knockout provincial tourna- ment in Calgary over the weekend. In the opening Sherry Gardin belted a triple arid single and hung a two- hitter on the Calgary team as the Optimists whipped the Stars 12-1. The locals lost their only game when Edmonton Calwood scored three unearn- ed runs in the second tilt to take a 3-2 victory. Sue Gash had two singles for the Optimists. It looked as if it was all over for the locals when they trail- ed 4-0 in the sixth inning in the next game against Calwood. Holly Jensen was coasting along on a no-hitter before Lethbridge erupted for five runs with Laurie Lynne Millar's bases-loaded triple being the big blow. The Optimists added two more runs in the seventh for a 7-4 victory which sent the tournament into a sudden- death final game. Sonja Smeland's bases- loaded triple in the top of the seventh sparked a four-run rally that gave the locals a 10- 6 lead going into the final half- frame. Edmonton came back with three runs in their half of the but the Optimists cut the drive short to take the provincial crown. Sonja Smeland had another triple and a single for Lethbridge while Faye Mills aided winning pitcher Val Price with a pair of singles. The Junior Optimists will now prepare for their upcom- ing Canadian finals with a tournament in Medicine Hat this followed by several exhibition games against Senior teams from Calgary and Edmonton. Local tennis club plans tourney The first edition of the Lethbridge Tennis Club Mixed doubles team tourney will be staged at the local courts this weekend. Teams from various parts of the province such as Calgary and Edmonton will participate in the weekend event slated to start at 8 a.m. Saturday. Each team in the first an- nual affair will carry four players and a maximum of six. Lethbridge wiil be well represented with fine players such as Herb Curran. Sue Geri Marv Marty Kaplan and Joe Forrayi. Forrayi is the fifth ranked player in the province at this time. Meanwhile the annual LTC tournament will open next week. Action is slated for men's and women's men's and women's doubles and mix- ed doubles. Play is open to club members only with a entry free. Registration deadline is set for July 14. Stampede heads into its final four days CALGARY Monty Henson. a 21-year-old native of became 563 richer Tuesday at the Calgary Stampede Rodeo after his 83 score Friday in the saddle bronc first go-round stood up for first-prize money. Jim Kelts of scored a 77 during Tuesday mornings slack competition to collect second-place prize money of Marvin Joyce of moved into an early lead in the saddle bronc se- cond go-round with a 76 score aboard a Stampede bronc call- ed Zane Grey. John Gratton of Edmonton and Howard Hunter of mov- ed into second place with iden- tical 73 scores. Second go-round lead in the bareback bronc championship was taken by Rusty Riddle of Mineral Tex. Ranked the world's third-best bare back bronc Riddle tallied a 74 atop Kestler's Spit- fire. Allan Smith of counted a 72 to move into second place in the stan- dings. Shero to stick with Flyers PHILADELPHIA Fred Shero of Philadelphia Flyers said Tuesday night he expects to return next season as coach of the National Hockey League despite a offer to jump to the World Hockey Association's Minnesota Fighting Saints. say that it is now likely that I will remain in Phila- said the 48-year-old Shero after a long-distance telephone conversation with his Ed who was vacationing in Maine. have always said that I don't want to leave Philadelphia as long as the compensation is Shero said. Snider is a very generous man and I think we will get Shero is on the second year of a three-year contract with the Flyers. The Toronto Star reported earlier Tuesday that Shero was considering a .year offer from the which apparently prompted the Shero-Snider conver- sation. The newspaper said Shero's contract with the Flyers was worth last year and would pay him next season and the third year. First go-round bull riding standings remained unchang- ed Tuesday with Dale Rose of Medicine Hat still in front with the 76 score he posted Thursday. Tuesday's best score was a 71 tallied by Jeff Marshall of good for fourth place in the go-round. Former world Dean Oliver of and Paul Hughes of both took times of 9.9 .seconds in second go-round calf roping competition to take the lead in that event. Dwain Eaton of was only one-tenth second off the pace at 10.0 to take second place. I THINK I'VE GOT A WAV TO PUT A STOP ID RUSE YOU'AVEfOuSE PLENTY OF IMAGINATION WITH THIS. BLOKE FOR. A YOU TO IMAGINE GOlNN TO LISTEN T1 4-PLY NYLON CORD TIRES Whitewalls Only More in Ihe Following 2 ply tirei only No charge for lire mounting No trade-in required GUARANTEED MILES OR 20 MONTHS DELUXE RUGGED NTLON CORP DURABLE QUALITY STRONG DEPENDABLE RIDE Every HALLMARK tire carries a Lifetime guarantee against road haz- ards and workmanship WITHOUT LIMIT TO MONTHS OR W.ILES AT NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE. 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Siies For Most North American Luxury Cars Series 27F 34.95 wilh exchange I 2 volt 8 TRACK STEREO Deluxe 8 track stereo with slide bar controls and built- in burglar alarm. RR-71 Expert Installation Available a__ -536 vacuum Fuel II Pump 1 537 Tim WHEELS For Most North American Cars eoth ing i'534 Remole Starter Compression Tester OPAQUE VINTL FLOOR MATS Rlf LONI ENGINE TREATMENT BODY FILLIR KIT 2 TON TURTLE WAX LIQUID -OO T-123C 16 01 Full front Universal fit. choice of 5 colours Matching Rear Matt Frees slicking valves Ql restores compression All steel construction OF THE MORE COMFORTABLE PLACES TO CARRY ON A CONVERSATION ICO DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION ot f tn no Collaga Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drlva Open Dally a.m. to 6 p.m. Thurtday and Friday 9 a.m. to B p.m. ratarva tha right to limit quantltlaa. SATISFACTION AT 100 MILES AN Stirling Moss from his review of the Volvo 144 GL. The Volvo 144 the newest addition to the GL was designed for people who are down to earth enough to want a but sporting enough to want something just a little racier. So the GL provides such high-performance features as fuel injection a continuous injection system that insures the correct fuel-air mixture at all radial tires and a tachometer that lets you keep up with your engine. Even the driver's seat it heats itself. Of just how spoiling you want to get is up to you. You have a choice of either a four-speed gear box with or automatic transmission. As well as a choice of seven colors outside three metallic two different colored leathers on the seats andanoptionalsunroof if you want sky-blue pverhead. But lest you get carried away by this let us quickly remind you that the 144 GL is also a Volvo. With unit body impact-absorbing front and rear a window defroster and four-wheel power-assisted disc iice to come back down to earth CANADA LTD. 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