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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thuraday, July 12, 1973 THI UTHMIDOI HMMD Lakeside champs Orioles will reign as the 1973 Lakeside Little League champions as they blasted the Canucks twice in the best- of-three finals recently. The championship team includes front row, left to right. Bob Lang (assistant Michael, Lenaour, Brent Lang, Kevn Wiber and Jack Innes Middle row, left to right. Jack Johnson, Kevin Konynen- belt, Dave Schneider and George Nemath. Back row, left to right, Ricky Woodman, Dale Belsher, Alan. Baker, Dan Laronde and Rory MacLennan. Dump Eskimos in exhibition play Roughies' winning streak alive OTTAWA (CP) Ottawa Rough Riders remained un- beaten in Canadian Football League pre-season exhibition play Wednesday night when they got by Edmonton Eskimos 25-16 before fans. The Riders tied Winnipeg Blue Bombers in first ex- hibition game last week. Ed- monton beat Montreal Alouettes in their only other start. Rookie quarterback Ted McNulty, making his first CFL appearance, led the Riders to a scoring march to ac- count for the winning points. Willie Spencer, a 20-year-old import high school graduate, dove over from the one yard line. Golf league play results Kenwood, Rutledge, COUNTRY CLUB Low gross Al Swift's 38. Low net Jack Swift's 36. Low team net Gentlemen TH, Bert Eccles, Bastedo, Boyer and Gardner 144. Key Rtalty....................M Tollesrrup B Lethbridge Packers.......................It Lakeview Texaco...............74 Gentlemen III..................71 Eaton's........................71 Reliance Agency................M LAKESIDE LADIES Low gross Norma las, Value Village 52. LOW net Gladys Nedd, Marines 39. Low team net Fayes Apparel, Hilda Kendall, Joyce Erickson, Loraine Nelson and Coellett Lewko. Seeman's..................... 4t Value Villtat.................42 Marines......................M Mildred Skrove................ 31 Faye's Apparel...............S3 Ottawa also got touchdowns from Jim Evenson on' a three- yard run, and on an 86-yard pass-and-run play between starting quarterback Rick Cas- sata and running back Lee Fobbs. Gerry Organ contributed an 18-yard field goal, a single and three converts. Edmonton's only touchdown was scored by lineman Sam Britte after the Eskimos Athletics edge Generals 14-12 Labor Club Athletics rallied for 10 runs on 11 hits in the bottom of the fourth Inning and then hung on to defeat the Lethbridge Generals 14-12 in Southern Alberta Major .Men's Fastball League action Wed- nesday night. The Generals who held a 5-1 edge prior to the fourth inning disaster, came back to regain a 12-11 lead in the sixth but couldn't stop Athletics who ral- lied back with three of their own in the same frame. George Jackci went the dis- tance to earn the win while re- liever Kaye Effiott suffered the loss. Elliott had taken over the chores from starter Tom Yip hi the fourth inning Al Barva led the Athletics stroking a triple, two doubles and a single while Kick Dtetzen added a home run, a double and a single. Ken Button also chipped in with a double and a pair of singles. Lloyd Yamagishi paced the Generals with three sing] while Doug Nakama aided with a triple and single and Al Higa a double and single. Elliott also managed a two- run home run in a losing cause. Meanwhile in the second game of the evening, it took the Leth- bridge Miners only five innings to dispose the Lethbridge Hotel North Stars 14-L Rich Merrier picked up the mound win besting Ron Zasad- ny. DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 1510 Mayer Magrcrth Dim, FORD REMTA-CAR SYSTEM Office Res. 921-6446 FOR By Day Week Month PINTO PINTO STATION WAGON MAVERICK TORINO FORD TON 1 TON -FOR YOUR HOUDAYS We Rent Complete Truck And Camper Units and 11' Models it AISO AVAILABLE A Foot Trailer 3) BOOK EARIYI FORD RENT-A-CAR Don Dfetzen betted a home run and a single in the lop- sided victory while Danny San- toni and Rick Sfaewchuk added a double and single each. Eugene Yamada and Jim Tratch stroked a triple apiece hi a losing cause. Short sport FREGOSI TRADED NEW YORK (AP) New York Mete sent infieWer Jim Fregosi to Texas Rangers Wednesday for a baseball player to be named later. Fre- gosi, 30, who came to the Na- tional League Mets from Cali- fornia Angels in December, 1971, in the deal for pitcher Nolan Ryan, was used sparing- ly by the Mets this year at third base and shortstop. He batted .234 in 45 games. Last year Fregosi batted .232. STOREN RESIGNS LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Mike Storen, president and gen- eral manager of Kentucky Colo- nels of the American Basket- ball Association, announced his resignation Wednesday. The resignation came -five after the sale of the club's ma- jority stock. PETES INVITED PETERBOROUGH, Ont (CP) Peterborough Petes of the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A league win represent Canada in an invitational jun- ior hockey tournament to be held in the Soviet Union Dec. 2KTan. 7. Club officials announced to- day the Petes, chosen by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association, will compete against teams from the United States, Sweden, Finland, Czech- oslovakia and Russia in the single round-robin tournament at Leningrad. A TOVAR HAS SURGERY PHILADELPHIA (AP) Ce- sar Tovar, mfielder-outfielder with Philadelphia Phillies, Wednesday underwent kneecap surgery. He was injured June 24. Tovar is expected to be out of National League baseball action for at least two weeks. the blocked an Organ punt in Ottawa end zone- Dave Cutler converted and added field goals of 42 yards, 13 yards and 35 yards. A tough Ottawa defence held Edmonton to a total offence of 178 yards, 73 yards rushing and 131 passing. The Eskimos also hurt themselves by fumbling three times and having two passes intercepted. The Riders passed for 212 yards and ran for another 129 for a net offence of 310 yards. Cassata completed seven of 13 throws for 152 yards while McNulty hit his target five times in eight attempts for 60 yards. Bruce Limmerman started the game for Edmonton and completed six of 14 throws for 76 yards. Tom Wilkinson also completed six throws. He tried 13 times and was good for 55 yards. Fobbs caught a short pass hi addition to his 86-yard touch- down for a total of 98 yards to lead receivers while Tom Chown was the top Edmonton receiver with three catches for 57 yards. Evenson was Ottawa's best on the ground, gaining 42 yards on 12 carries. Roy Bell led Edmon- ton with 43 yards hi 10 carries. The most outstanding statistic was in penalties with Edmonton taking seven for 80 yards and Ottawa 14 for 110 yards. Giants defeat Tigers CALGARY (CP) Calgary Giants scored a 5-2 win over Edmonton Tigers Wednesday, getting all their runs in the sixth inning of an Alberta Ma- jor Baseball League game. Two hits and a walk loaded the bases then Tiger pitcher Pat Murphy, who had struck out 10 batters up to the sixth, walked Stew Heron to score the first run. Paul Gallivan followed by rapping a two-base hit to score two more Giant runners. A throwing error, into the Tigers' dugout, by Greg Warzecka allowed two more runners home. Murphy pitched the entire game for the Tigers giving up just three hits, but two of the runs were unearned. He struck out 15. Ron Biggs was the winning pitcher, allowing seven hits, striking out three and walking two, one intentionaL OrviDe Franchuk hit a bases- empty home run for Edmonton and teammate Vince Bflky drilled a double and a single in three times at bat TUm 01 W 7 CiMflS M( 5 3 I OwchW. Etfwsrts; HR: Edm a 2 r THOROUGHBRED HORSE RACING ufy 16th thru 21st LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION RACETRACK TROON, Scotland (AP) Tom Weiskopf was in front to- day at the start of the second round of the British Open golf championship after beating back a tough wind on Troon's seaside links that left many contenders struggling to catch up. British bookmakers quickly reshuffled the betting odds after Billie Jean accepts challenge NEW YORK (AP) Billie Fean King, the Wimbledon women's singles tennis cham- has accepted a challenge o meet veteran Bobby Biggs in a winner-take-all match, it was announced Wednesday. Jerry Perenchio, who pro- moted the Muhammad All-Joe Frazier heavyweight title fight in 1971, is putting up the money, he most offered for any match the history of tennis. Perenchio said the date and site of the match has not been determined. Mrs. King, 29, accepted the challenge from the 55-year-old Riggs after Margaret Court lost to Mm, May 13 in a 00 challenge match near San Mego. "I can't just play for said Mrs. King, explaining why she had accepted after she had turned down ear- lier ones. "I have to play for a cause and I think the women were put down when Margaret him." POST TIME 2.30 P.M. DAILY PARMMUTUEl BETTING Takes lead in British Open Weiskopf fo rces bookies to change betting odds Weiskopf scored a four-under- par 66 .over the lay- out alongside Scotland's west coast. Jack Nicldaus, who snared second place with fellow Ameri- can Bert Yancey at 69, still was the favorite, with his odds trimmed from 7-2 to 9-4. Backers could have bad 10-1 on Weiskopf before the tourna- ment.' Now the best the bookies would offer was 4-1. Weiskopf, Nicklaus and Yan- cey, together with U.S. Open winner Johnny idler, were about the only players to find a real answer to the gusty winds which varied in strength but never let anyone forget its pres- ence, TOUGH TO FIGURE Miller posted a 70 while fifth place was shared by American Lanny Wadkins and Bruce Crampton of Australia, both with 71. "It's a funny course for said Weiskopf. "I can't really figure out where to go." There were plenty of less po- lite comments on the conditions which forced many scores into the 80s. Even the leaders were unani- mous that toe wind would prob- ably decide the winner of this 102nd British championship. Nicklaus, the leader with Yancey until Weiskopf made his late run, used bis power to good effect. But he said the wind could pull the ball anywhere. LOOKING SKYWARD "And that can be tough on the slopes where you find yourself looking up at the sky as you try to get out of the ex- plained Nicklaus. Yancey said that on the back nine "you have to get what you can against the wind." Weather forecasters said the prevailing westerly winds which whipped the course may shift to the south a little during today's play. That should please defending champion Lee Trevino, win was numb after a disappointing 75. He said he needed a change of wind direction to get Into contention. Trevino, who opened as tht second favorite in the betting, dropepd to 20-1 as the field at 153 set out to avoid the 80th place cut which takes place after the second round. Americans hold lead in Games TEL AVIV (AP) Two American specialites head day's events in the ninth Mac- cabian Games with United States athletes already holding a comfortable lead over Israeli hosts in over-all medals won. U.S. swimmers swept Wednesday's competition, brushing aside Oylmpic star Mark Spitz's previous Macca- bian records en route. The U.S. team had a total of 35 medals after two days com- petion, 16 of them gold. Toe Is- raelis followed with 24, in- cluding nine first place medals. Great Britain and Sweden fol- lowed. More swimming finals and the beginning of track and field events top today's program, and the Americans were ex- pected to widen their lead over competing contingents of sportsmen from 27 countries. Canada added to its silver medal list when the women's table tennis team finished sec- ond to West Germany and To- ronto's Morris Ostrowieki reached the finals of the light- weight judo competition. The swimming events claimed two casualties. Two pool employees removing a div- ing board which blocked the view of television cameras wen unaware of a bee neat under the board, and were sent to hospital with swelling stings. Tbe Americans suffered an unexpected setback hi boxing competition when Terry Schwartz lost to Dutch light welterweight Tony Waterman. An unidentified American coach recouped off the record, bow- ever, bloodying the referee's nose over what he believed to be a bad call. Israeli television com- mentators ran into one unex- pected problem in covering a U.S.-Canadian preUmmary bas- ketball round. The United States started two players named Cohen and Can- ada played with three. Canada's basketball team lost to the U.S. in that encounter but re bounded Wednesday to smother Greece 108-26 GULF winnERS KEN ZALESKI Edmonton DOUGLAS KANE Lethbridp DARCY McCALLUM Calgvy DALE RESCH Calgary G. A. SZAUTHER Edmonton MICHEL CHOTARD Edmonton HERBERT LIER Vulcan MRS. LELA WALBERG Champion JACK A. LYLE Alix MRS. O. WILLIAMS High River ARNOLD G. ANDERSEN Stettter BILL EVESON Red Deer VYM. KOZAK Cotoman MIKE UKRAINEK Calgary DENNIS D. 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