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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Snlurdoy, July 11, 1970 THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 ANDY CAPP I THINK I'LL GETMESELF T' BEb -I CAN'T STAND THIS CONTINUAL'CHATTER.' Stock Cars Go Sunday Native Sons At Home Dave Smith and his Let bridge Native Sons will he 01 to get back in tfie thick things in the Alberta Lacross League tonight and Sunday. Calgary Trojans will pay th Lelhbridge Arena a visit to night at and Sunday afte noon at two. Smith is looking 1 upset the second place Trojan and move his club into a play off spot. The two Lethbridge goi courses will see plenty of ac tion this weekend. Starting this morning at Hen derson Lake was the annui Elks two day affair. A hors Finley Owns Oakland CliiL SAN FHANCIS'CO (AP) Charles 0. Finley closed his purchase of the Oak land Seals of the Nationa Hockey League Friday. "The deal is official! Finley told newsmen "The Seals are now mine. We completed the deal after negoti ating day and night in the exec ulive offices of the Wells Fargo Bank. "Everything is signed, seala and delivered, so now we can go to work and try to bring a win- ning hockey team to the Dary Area." Trans National Communica- tions, Inc. of New York sold the club last month to Finley, owner of the Oakland Athletics baseball club of Ihe American League. NHL governors ap- proved the sale. But earlier this week, a Trans National spokesman said in New York that difficulties had in closing the deal and the sale might be off. WEST CASTLE SKI RESORT WILL BE OPEN TRAIL RIDING AND OVERNIGHT PACK TRIPS June 15 to Sept. 15 For Reservations See STAN JUDD or call West Cqille Mobile or 627-2161 Pincher Creek. race will take place Sunday afternoon at three. Meanwhile at the Country Club, the southern Alberta senior championship is on the line today and Sunday. Four games are slated for the Lethbridge Recreation Se- nior Baseball League but none are at Henderson Park. Lethbridge Miners travel to Taber while the Lethbridge Cubs are in Enchant for two Other games include Mill River at Pincner Creek and Vulcan at Brooks. Stock car racing will high light Sunday evening with an Alberta Modified Racing Asso- ciation "C" class event. Also in eluded will be "B" class am V-8 Sportsman races. Action gets under way at following tune trials. Race Results CALGARY (CP) Victoria far race results Friday: First SMOD, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fui Gray (Bllllnrjsley) !.JO 3.7 2.40, Fallen Miss (Barrnby) 3.11) 2.30 Bandy Lee (Coombs) 5.50. 2-5 Hope Dies Hard, shuswap Bess Larry Looper, Jims Joy, Calllm Georg ilso ran. Sacond Sl.dOO, claiming, 4-year-olds and up 7 furlongs All Black (Norrls) 19.30 8.50 5.90 Grand Charm CGIesbrecht) 13.50 7.20 Jet Courier (Kasmussen) 4.60. Minor Baseball In a Lakeside Little League ;ame the Angels ousted the Or- oles from further playoff ac- ion by a convincing 23-5 yic- 017. Harvey Pocza picked up the vin for the Angels while M. Ortlier suffered the loss. Pocza pounded a home run and a double to aid his own cause while M. Sheen chipped n with two doubles and a sin- gle. For the Orioles M. Ortlier md J. Glover both rapped out wo singles apiece. In another Lakeside Little jeague game the Indians iounced the Bed Sox 5-1. Darrell Osmond struck out 12 led Sox batters to pick up the victory. Davy Roberts took the loss. Terry McNeely did all the amage against the Sox pound- ing out a home run, a double and two singles in four tries, rent Maxwell chipped in with double and two singles. Greg Fox and Brian Ducfcett apped out two singles apiece ir the Sox. YOUR CAR NOW INSTALL MOBILAIRE AUTO AIR CONDITIONING COOLS FASTER, BETTER COST LESS TO OPERATE SPECIAL LOW PRICE UNTIl AUGUST 10th For all makes General Motors Ford Chrysler and American Motors ONE DAY SERVICE IOW COST INSTALLATION TERMS CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd AVI. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-3147 Time. 35 Pensar, Hobo's Delight, Craiy Nose True Trusl, Guerre Chant also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 574.00. Third claiming, 2-year-pldi, J fur tongs Yousweeplngdoll (Bllllngsley) !.90 2.40, All Kl (Turelsky) 4.50 3.10 Equarllc (Coombs) 3.20. Time: 4-5 Olympic Sun, Speedy Kfm, Cheat The lull, Bomb Site also ran. Track Scralch: Gray Wagtail. Fourth c I M m I n g, 4-year-olds, IVt miles Pezaml (BarrobyJ B.70 3.50 2.70, Zor. (Stadnyk) 2.90 2.50, Aurnol (Ras- mussen) 2.SO. Time. 1.54 Spare Key, Mv Escudo, Homecoming Day, Fancy Fella also ran- Filth SMOO claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur_ ongs Bum Money (Norrls) ld.70 6.10 X.10, Prince Hackle (Kipling) 3.40 Mul- Ilold (Culhberlson) 5.40. Time. 3-5 Cuslom Cab, Morning Master, Stock- yards, Miss Georgy Girl also ran. 1XACTOR: H9.70. Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds, 7 fur- ongs Finding Way (Stadnyk) 5.20 3.50, Sudden Service (Norrls) 5.30 4.00, Hun- ryhawk (McCauley) 2 90. Time: Go Go Glen, Prince Dal Poiw, Rln- os Masler also ran. Seventh claiming, 4-vear-olas, 7 fur. Jtai Keele (Barroby) 12.00 5.40 5.80, Keno Kid (Wiseman) B.30 6.40, Itsfor- em (Hedge) 4.50. Time: 2-5 Sister Cily, Home James, West Wind jal, Ean Tudor, Killam also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, furlongs Ken Kal (Norrls) 7.40 3.5n 3.10, Ace ward (McCauley) 9.40 5.70, Captain osy (Sfadnyfc) 7.80. Time: 5-5 Klondike Doll, Desert Bunny, Over urrent, Klmbrook, Pour Your Own Iso ran. UINELLA: JJJ.lt. LARKS CUT TWO MONTREAL (CP) Mont- real Aloueltes of the Eastern 'ootball Conference announced riday that linebacker Doug Swift and running back Tom anchez have been cut from the cam's import roster. Six-Day Meet Joins With Rodeo., Chuckwagons Thoroughbreds Highlight Exhibition The mollo, although not wide- ly publicized, of the Lethbndge and District Exhibition Board, has long been "we plan lo have a bigger and better show each and every year." Lethbridge's exhibition people have a long winning streak and after a quick chat Friday with manager Andy Andrews they plan to extend their good for- tunes with an outstanding 1970 show. Four days of chucfcwagon races and three days of profes- sional rodeo would seem to be enough to satisfy anyone's ex- hibition appetite. But the offi- cials of (lie Letlibridge Exhibi- tion have gone one better. For the first time in the his- tory of the Lelhbridgc Exhibi- tion and Eodeo thoroughbred racing will be staged each day with a full stale of races on the daily card. Commencing Monday after- noon, July 20 at two o'clock and running through the Saturday, eight races will be run off. Andrews was more than ex- cited, about the upcoming race meet and feels it could be one of the main attractions of the six day show. A race meet Isn't new lo Lethbndge and district but this year's exhibition meet will bring to Lethbrldge a full slate of new horses, jockeys and trainers. Lethbridge officials have join- ed forces with Montana and will bring the horses to Letlibridge direct from Shelby when they, finish a meet there. According to Andrews horses will be coining from Montana, Washington, Idaho, N e v a da, California and the Dakota's. Plans are for belter than 300 horses to take part and accom- modations have been made for them. New stables and a new jockey's quarters are just two of the preparations the locals have made with regards to the meet. Much of Andrews' enthusiasm stems' from the fact that at Great Falls, where the same horses rah recently, the pari- muluel handle was up 30 per cent due, a great deal, to the quality of the horses. While the races are expected to hold the attention in the afternoon, chuckwagon racing and rodeo will share the lime- light in the From Monday tlirough and including Thursday the chuck- wagons will race at Thurs- day evening at eight the rodeo takes over for tliree nights. Time for the rodeo P'riday and Saturday is seven o'clock. With the race meet and the Whoop Up Days celebrations just a week away The Leth- bridge Herald, as a service lo its readers lo familiarize them with some of the horses that will be running here, commenc- ing Monday and carrying on through next week the results of the races from Helena and Shelby will be published daily. Third Round Leader Completely Relaxed Trevino Should Triumph At British Open ST. ANDREWS. Scotland (AP) The man closest lo Lee Trevino in the British Open golf championship said the volatile American will win the coveted title today "if he just keeps talking." "As long as Lee chats aw: to between his wonderful co centration on shots, he keeps r [axed and is so relaxed now th it's great to said 4 ysar-old Willie Aitcheson. Aitcheson is carrying Tre' no's bag into the final round he 72-hole tournament over tli par-72 Old Cours Trevino 208, eight und )ar, for a two-shot lead over ti field. 'When I caddied for Rober de Vicenzo at Hoylake thrc rears ago, I thought Rober 'ound his relaxed touch in tl third said AiLcheson. "Lee has had it from the be- ginning here and right now he belief than Roberto d hen." Trevino's par 72 in wild, blus ering wind Friday was a ma terpiece of being in charg 'laying with defending cham rion Tony Jacfclin, the U. )pen titleholder, the American vas under more than ordinary sressure in the midst of a hug crowd. "But he chats away, gets them said Aitcheson. "He does that to get his own nerves into good shape." Jacklin, two snots behind with 210 along with Jack Nicklaus and Doug may hav done 'Trevino a favor at one point. "We had a talk on the lltr hole Aitcheson re- called. "I said it was a four Division Finalists 3n The Line The Sunshine Baseball Leagu will stage playoff games th eekend for the PeeWee div on and the Bantam divisio din the winners in each divi on advancing to the Albert outhern Zone finals. Milk River will host team rom Masinasin, Sunburst an 'arner in the PeeWee division Action will commence at 1 m. when the Masinasin clu ill meet the Milk River Pee- ees. Sunburst and Warner will con nue the action at 12 noon. Warner will stage the Bantan layoffs with teams from Wren ham, Milk River and Coutls ining the host club. Warner and Coutts will kic' lings off tangling at 10 a.m iile Wrentham will meet Milk iver at 12 noon. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM WON., JULY 13th-8.30 p.m. CAGEDI STEEL WIRE AROUND RING! ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER V5 MIGHTY URSUS MIDGET MATCH Hayes vi J. Christy Marconi vs Kroffat Cannon vt Sharpadze Admission S2 SI.50 Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Watch Stampede Wrestling Saturday afternoon and Monday Night on CJLH-TV Channel 7 THE ESTABLISHED TREND SETTER OF LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA CFCNI {TV LETHBRIDGE Offers For Your Viewing Pleasure 35 CFL GAMES STARTING JULY 28th, 1970 For Your FREE HOME VIEWING TICKET Call In PERSON al CFCN-TV, Mall P.O. Box 901, Lelhbridge er Telephone 326-8156 and we will be pleaied to provide a detailed schedule for you at no charge! Summer Games Progress Fast Southern Alberta has been the scene of eliminations for the Southern Alberta Summer Games set for Pinchsr Creek August, and 13. Some of the regional finals slaled for the near fulnre in- clude the equestrian' and small bore meet is Cardston which get under way today. Don and Maxine Hansen are looking after the equestrian event while Tom Cardwell was to conduct the small bore. Next Saturday competitive diving and swimming finals will be held at Cardston under th direction of Elaine Bunnag The following Saturday will se slow pitch, archery and tra 3nals staged. In Magrath Han and Joan Meihe will look afte archery with Louis Secreton t reeling the slow pilch event, will be held in Cardston as wi the trap event. The horseshoe finals are s for Del Bonita Aug. 1, handlec jy Joe Gruninger. The County of Warner region al finals got under way toda with slow pitch action stirted a nine this morning. Sunday, Jul at New Dayton the tra shooting and small bore fina are set for 10 a.m. while horse- hoes will be played Friday July 17 at Wrentliam at 9 a.m Anyone interested in takin part in any events are asked t contact the directors in thei areas. The directors include Ver 'eterson at Welling, Lero Valker at Cardston, D a v Lowry of Magrath, at Hili pring contact Mark Merril while in Spring Coulee see Steve Kunimoto. Vera Quinto is the contact at Glenwood will Terry Helgeson looking afte things in Del Bonita. At Moun tain View get in touch with Broyce Jacobs and in Leavit Lervae Oahoon and at Aetna Bill Richards. Chi Chi Looks Good MILWAUKEE (AP) Chi Chi Rodriguez is a world beater He said so himself. "I'm playing as good or bet er than anyone in the Rodriguez said after posting a parfcling 67 in the second round of the Greater Milwau ee open golf championship Fri ay. His fivs-under-par round gave ie Puerto Rican a tie for third 1139, two strokes off Ihe pace set by Don Massengalc. Jack Lewis and Ted Hayes just one stroke behinc lassengale with 138s. Tied with Rodriguez were Jim Colbert, Deane Beman, rookie erry Heard and Harry Tos- ano. "I've added 40 feet on my rives since I got that new Chi Chi said. The new club, which he used irst at the Canadian Open in xmdon, Ont., last weekend, has round handle instead of one hat had a flat side. Canadians were led into to- ay's round by Ken Fulton of Julie, Que., who carded at 13 for the- first 36 holes. Toron- 's Gary Bowerman an- her stroke back while Al Bald- g of Toronto was in nl 145. iouiemiik Wins layoff Duel WINNIPEG (CP) Morg omenuik and Tannys Aspevig, tli of Winnipeg, finished first d second Friday in a special hole playoff for the final o spots on the Manitoba Wo- en'i Golf team. Comeback Victory For Karsh EDMONTON (CP) Man lyn Karsh of Calgary shot a final round 79 Friday am scored a. come from behint victory in the Alberta Women's Open Golf tournament with a four round total of 315, two better than defending champion Betty Cole o[ Edmonton. This was the second time the 21-year-old Miss Karsh has won the title, she took it in 1965, at the age of 16. She trailed Mrs. Cole by four strokes with only 10 holes to play, but the defending cham- pion took two eights, one on the ninth hole and one at 15, and Miss Karsh came home on top. Cathy -Galusha of Edmonton was third after firing an 82 Fri- day for a 333 total. Connia Decker of Guelph, Ont., the only out of province competitor, shot an 87 in the final round for a 335 total and fourth place. Mrs. Cole had an 82 in the Einal round, including the eights on too par five holes. "I had a bunch of bogies, but Betty hit in the bush a couple of times and took said a delighted1 Miss Karsh after Irer victory. "I wasn't sure I'd win il until after the t was touch and go." Miss Karsh birdied the 17th while Mrs. Cole had a par. About the ninth hole, Mrs. lole said: "I wanted lo be sure I was well out of the bush and I went right over the fairway into an unplayable lie." She said she was tired and unable to keep the ball straight after leading Ihe tourna m e n t hrough the first three rounds. She had a two stroke lead after the first round, a four- :troke lead after the second but blew to an 83 Thurs- day and went into the final ound wilh a one-stroke edge iver Miss Karsh. iron. Lee thought maybe a Eve or even a six. He took a ft> and it came off right but n too wonderful. Jacklin hit o and went right through green. Lee said there, I'll bet hit a five iron. I found out he hi a three iron. "From that minute on, relaxed. It did something f him. I don't quite know what. What many didn't know w that Trevjro, for all his gags public, sat for two hours a alone before he went out, mo or less holding his head in h hands. "I really want to win this o and it means a million bucks the 31-year-old form U.S. Open champion sai "That's why it was crazy there on the 16th when that d barked and I three-putted. Lo a million over a dog's barking That's nuts." Trevino might have had three-stroke lead going into IT final round, but he blew a fiv foot putt on the 16lh hole whei Ijhe dog barked just as he pu ted. "Gee, if I could have got m hands on that dog he wou have been running away with putter in his Trevtn said with a smile. Trevino staved off sever strong challenges to maintain his lead. The .big-hitting Nicklau chasing his second Open tit faltered, dropping strokes at tli llth, 12th and 13th holes, b then recovered with a birdie the 16th and finished with 73. Jacklin also slipped ba when he dropped a stroke at t] 13th, but a birdie three on th 18th, after he had pitched on nine inches from the flag, kej him among the leaders with one-over-par 73. It was Trevino, however, wh mounted the best finish. Wil Jacklin looking almost certain o cut his lead to one stroke Trevino calmly holed bb fina pult from 30 feet. U.B.C. GRADUATE William Michael Waktrkh, son of Mr. and Mri. M. Wakerich of 708 Ulh St. N., Lelhbridge, has received .hit Bachelor of Lawi Degree From the Unlvenily of British Columbia, Vancouver. He also has a Bachelor of Arts De- qres from Western Washing- ran State. He is currently ar- tlcfing with the firm of Shan- non and Cook in Calgary. BEE-JAY SALES TRAILER Summer Spectacular SAVINGS UP TO.... 550 On TRAVELAIRE and TRIPLE 'E' TRAILERS BEE-JAY Corner 4th Street and 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-7912 OPEN 'TILL 9 WEEKDAYS TRAILER SALES SPORTS FANS! BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIKE SALES LTD. have ouraa know I If you think you trouble on o golf sometimes, did you kn that o woman In a ladies' invitational tournament once had a 91 on the 130-yard I 16th hole Thai's o 91 on ono hclel It really hap- I pened It's douubrful if I lhat record will ever ba top- ped. 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