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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO Monday, July 13, 1WO Nicklaus Takes British Open ROSS ESCAPES SERIOUS INJURY-Roddy Ross of Fort Madeod had his horse sit down on ths job Sunday at the Fort Macleod Rodeo but Ross escaped serious injury. He hurt his foot when trip horse fell on it. Stock Cars Draw Sunday Len Veselenak and the Al- berta Modified Racing Associa- tion combined Sunday evening to entertain stock car fans at Exhibition Speedway. It was supposed to be an all- "C" class show but Vaselenak stole some of the spotlight. The roll-over fund musl; have been just the right amount as Vaselenak flipped his V-8 Sportsman. The popular Leth- bridge driver was shaken up but none the worse for wear and he and his car continued to race. Rudy Enns and Lindy Smith were the big point getters Sun- day evening. Enns, driving in the featured "C" class competition, sanc- tioned by A.M.R.A., picked up 13 points as he gained nine points in winning the main Moe Shatters Swim Record SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) Karen Moe, a 17-year-old high school girl from Orinda, Calif., broke the world record Saturday in the women's 200- metre butterfly with a time of at the Santa Clara invita- tional swimming meet. The blonde Californian was pushed to the finish line by Lynn Colella, 19, a University of Washington student, who had held the American record of Miss Moe broke the world mark of which was set by Ada Kofc of Holland in 1967 at Blackpool, England. HAVS YOUR COMBINATION SIDEWALKS TAKEN OUT TO MAKE DRIVEWAYS. ALSO ACROSS BOULEVARDS. PHONE 327-6834 FREE ESTIMATES event after earlier taking a four-point win in a heat. Other "C" class winners Sunday were Ken Firth, who won the con- solation trophy dash, George Clifton, Eene Pierans, Bud Martin of Brooks and Gene Dyck and Wayne McLellan of Coaldale. George Barrington, who late- ly had been enjoying success in "C" class managed only aj vent MACLEOD (HNS) Marvin Joyce of Helena, Mont, was named all-round champion at file two day Fort Macleod Rodeo staged "this weekend. Crowds of better than greeted the cowboys each day in ideal weather. Joyce, in earning the all- round honors, won the saddle bronc competition with a two- ride total of 149 as compared to 138 for Darryl Kong of Bris- bane, Australia. Tom Bews of High Hiver was third in saddle bronc with 131 points. Joyce won the Herb's Western Wear trophy and a silver buckle for his winning the all-round. In bar'eback action Allen Thorpe, the current leader at Calgary, bested the field with a two-ride total of 144. Mal- colm Jones of Lethbridge fol- lowed at 139 while third place went to Doug Flannigan of Ponoka with a total of 130. Huey Vang of Edmonton a narrow victor in bull riding coming up with a ride worth 67 points to edge Jim Harvey with a ride of 66. Ron Chiz- maria of Coaldale earned 63 points and third spot. Arnold Haraga of Skiff took top money in steer wrestling. Haraga won by the narrowest margins as his time of 4.9 sec- onds was one-tenth better than Billy Hale of Oklahoma and Sonny Ehr of Idaho. In calf roping Lome Wells of THE TASTE OF EXPO '70, ASAH1 BEER ASAHI Bfl EWERIES. LIMITED TOKYO. JAPAN MITSUI AND COMPANY (CANADA) LIMITED, EDMONTON, ALBERTA Midnapore won out over Ted Smiley. Wells got the job done in 11.6 seconds while Smiley took 12.1. In third spot was Joe Law- rence in 12.3. In barrel racing Geraldine McLaughlin of Pincher Creek turned in the fastest time with a total of 32.4. Penny Simon of Colorado was clone in an even 33 seconds while Twylla Mac- lean of Calgary was third at 33.7. win in the trophy dash.. Meanwhile Smith followed suit with Enns as he won the main event worth nine points a heat worth four. RUES Henderson gave lull no- tice he will be heard from in "B" class competition. Driving a new car Henderson finished next in line to Smith in points with 10. Jack Tiffen had Lady Luck desert him for the second week in a row as he was able to win only the trophy dash be- fore retiring for the evening with engine troubles. Other point-getters in "C" class were Vern Wakefield and Bruce Johnson who gained 10 and nine points respectively. It was LawTence Baily night in V-8 Sportsman as he earned points with a victory in the speed dash and triumphs'in a heat before taking the check- ered flag in the main event. Vaselenak, after his acro- batics, picked up 11% points as compared to 6Vi for Tom Ayer- hart. ST. ANDREWS, Scotland 'AP) "How lucky can you That was the comment Sun- day from big Jack Nicklaus 'rom Ohio after winning his sec- ond British ojien golf champion- slrfp. Nicklaus defeated fellow- American Doug Sanders by one stroke in an 18-hole playoff on he famed Old Course at St. An- drews, birthplace of the game. The two were deadlocked Sat- urday at the end of the regula- ion 72 holes after Sanders nissed a four-foot putt which vould have given him the title. "I never expected to be here said Nicklaus Sunday. 'Doug had it all wrapped up on the final hole Saturday. Then he missed that short putt." Nicklaus canned a seven- footer on the 18th hole Sunday o win the title, finishing in par 72 for the layout- Sanders carded a 73. "I think Jack mastered those greens better than said Sanders. "I found myself stag- e r i n g as the wind got laughty." SLUMP DEEPENS It was a bitter defeat for the wisecracking Sanders, who has }een in a prolonged slump. He las won a number of tourna- ments, in the United States but never a major golf title. He has ;een second numerous times, however. Nicklaus, one of the tew golf- ers in the world to hold the Big Four professional champion- and United States opens, U.S. PGA and Masters, picked up his first major triumph since 1987. Harold Henning o? South Af- rica and Lee Trevino of ths U.S. wound up in third place Satur- day in the greatest field the British Open, first played for 110 years ago, has ever known. Nicklaus and Sanders tied at under par after four rounds. That made a playoff necessary. Henning and Trevino finished at 235 after four rounds, Tony Race Eesulfi CALGARY (CP) Results from Victoria Park Saturday: First claiming, and up, 7 furlongs. Polish Rod (McCaulay) 7.50 3.00 2.70, Chljn Cheree (Billingsjey) 3.00 2.60, The Iron Girl (Barroby) 4.00. Time: 1-5. Princess Lani, Hot Flight, Merry Munroe, It's Cited, Periodttle also ran. Second claiming, 1-year-olds, 5 fur- longs. Flower De May (McCauley) 5.00 .70 2.80, Gala Path (Hedge) 7.70 Marriage Entitles Free Beer EDINBURGH, Scotland (Reuters) Attractive Aus- tralian Caral Ryan, who loves highland dancing, has offered and free beer to anyone who will marry her so she can stay in pecially for the opening of the Commonwealth Games. For 22-year-old Caral has been told by the interior min- istry that she must leave Brit- ain immediately as her per- mit has run out. But she does not want to miss her big moment at the Commonwealth Games here this week when, she is due to take part in highland dancing at the official opening cere- mory. What sort of man does she to many her? "Well, hc'lihave to be Brit- ish and understand that the marriage would he annulled right she said. "He would bo someone who is net going with a girl and would do tin's for a laugh. I'm not worried about his looks, but I'd like him to be young." Caral will not go broke providing free beer for her receives 144 bottles free every year from her employer, a brewery firm. Caral has been in .Scotland fcr five years and is studying for a diploma in highland dancing. She has even learned to play the bagpipes. 4.30, Miss Stuart (Stadnyk) 5.00, 2-5. Lectra Lass, Lustrous Fleet, Pixie BelSe, Mesh Boy, Fillgrand also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Thin) claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles. Bicriy (Stadnyk) 4.40 -1.50 3.204, Dark Swan (Hunt) 33.30 13.60, Shy 'irate (Billinosley) 3.50. Time: 1-5. Racy Rascal, Klondike Quill, Mi' Bountiful, Oh It's You, Golden Wine, Digital Era, Flash Attack also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles. Captain Perfect (Hunt) 17.80 6.70 Wild Toots (Bill ings ley) 4.50 3.20, Golden Foam (Rasmussen'l 6.10. Time: 4-5. Jacopcs Susie, Fabison, Old Army, Khals Charm, Elisita, Sharons Star also ran. Fifth sl.600, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- ings. Fast Friday (Billlngsley) 17.70 5.40 3.70, Racerlflc (Turelsky) 2.90 2.40, armengay (Barroby) 3.10. Time: News Media, Tetraspeed, Haydns Doll, Jr. Orbit, Rfppla Rapah also ran. EXACTOR: S56.08. Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Faroes (Sllllngsley) 19.00 7.90 5.20, Footprint (Hunt) 3.60, Proud Shadow (Hedae) 5.30. Time: Maxie Dent, Magic Grey, Little affie, Cash Deposit, Polar Palace also ran. Seventh added, Chinook Handicap, year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Lonk (Parsons) 5.80 3.70 3.70, T Of London (Billingsley) 8.40 4.10, Great Gale (Hedge) 3.30. Time: 1-5. Royal Impel, Eagle Hill, Expedlate, Coal-Dust, Raold Kaiak also ran. TRACK SCRATCH: Ky Winner. Eighth claiming, -1-year-olds and up, J furlongs. Bunnys Buddy (Cuthbertson) 5.30 3.30 2.90, Game Boy (Tureishy) 8.K 6.30, Amber Day (Coombs) 3.50. Time: 3-5. Shock Troop, Western Arrow, Glen: Rebel, Sprintalicr, Gilmore also ran QUINELLA: Hailstones Didn't Stop Thorpe CALGARY (CP) Rain and a few hailstones failed to upset Allen Thorpe of St. Albert, Alta., as he turned in a 79- point ride Saturday to win the first go-round of the .bareback bronc contest at the Calgary Stampede. Thorpe won with his ride, while Sid Savage of Mel- rose, N.M., won Clyds Varavoras of Devol, Okla., Malcolm Jones of Leth- bridge, Alta., T. J. Walters of Watkins, Iowa, and Joe Alexandef of Pinedale, Wyo., j C. Bonnie of Hysham, Mont., won the first go-round in the saddle bronc event with a 74-point ride and earned The other money-win- ners in the contest were Jerry Sinclair of Paradise Hills, Sask., Jimmy Smith of Cody, Wyo., Chuck Swa- son of Bear Creek, Mont., Dennis Reiner's of Scottsdale, Ariz., and Tom Tate of Sheridan, Wyo., Jack Ward of Odessa, Tex., took the lead in bull riding, with a first go-round score of 74. In steer wrestling, the leader was Warren Wuthier of Banner, Jacklin, the defending champion from England and reigning U.S. Open champion, came next with 288 followed by Neil Coles and Peter Oosterlmis of England with 287. Meanwhile in Milwaukee little Deanc Beman fired a thrce-un- der-par Sunday and coasted to a three-shot victory in the Milwaukee open golf tournament. The former United States and British amateur champion had a 72-hole total of under par on the North Shore Country Club course. Don Masscngalc, who started Ihc day in a tie with Beman, was well back with a 72 for 279 and shared second with Dick Crawford and rookie Ted Hayes. Crawford had a C9 and Hayes a G8. Smith Scores Five Times Sons Garner 15y LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sporls Writer Dave Smith's Lethbridge Na- tive Sons picked up one point in two encounters with the Cal- gary Trojans this weekend. Saturday night before a small crowd the Sons started the sec- ond half ol the league schedule in fine fashion by gaining a 3-3 tie with the Trojans who are currently in second spot in the Alberta league. The one point enabled the Sons to share the fourth place positions with the Edmonton Shamrocks. Hoping to climb further up the ladder Sunday the Sons fell short losing a 6-4 verdict. Meanwhile the Lethbridge Ju- venile Lancers faced an exper- ienced Nanton Juvenile club S'unday afternoon and squeezed a 4-4 tie. The Nanton Juvenile team is considered to be one of the best teams in Alberta in their age group. On Sunday afternoon some 350 fans saw the Eons jump into an early 2-0 lead as Ken Murray and Dave Smith each whipped in a goal apiece. Craig Jenkins closed the gap just before tho period ended and tha Sons held a 2-1 lead going into the second period. Wayne Olsen led the Trojans off quickly in the second period banging in two goals which en- abled the Trojans to take the lead for the first time in the game. Action was pretty well even until Ken Murray whipped a beautiful lead pass to Dave Smith who finished the play off with a hard shot to the bottom left hand corner to tie up the game 3-3. Wayne Olsen soon replied with his third goal of the game flipping one past Don Hall, the Sons' netminder. The Trojacs did not have the lead for long, though, as Dave Smith pcnped in his third goal of the afternoon from a break away pass to once again even up the score. The third period was just as exciting as the previous two, but the Sans could not put the ball past the Trojan's goalie. With the action hot and heavy, the Trojan's... finally broke the ice with only two minutes left, in the game when Gordon Wolstenholm put a hard shot past Don Hall. 3arryl Ryder finally put the inal touches to the win as he Equestrian Team Has Good Outing LA BAULE, France (CP-Reu- ters) Canada's equestrian team celebrated its most suc- cessful day at the La Baule in- ternational horse show Saturday as all five members of the team were in the ribbons. Jim Day of Oakville, Ont, on Canadian Club and Moffat Dun- lap of Newmarket, Ont., on Ar- gyll placed second and fourth, respectively, in a speed-han- dling competition in which only four of the 28 riders completed without a fence down. ATTENTION VACATION MOTORISTS Don't Start Your Vacation Trip Without A RADIATOR FLUSH Save yourself unncessary roadside stops due to over- healed engine we can perform this work for you expertly and efficiently wifh our modern equip- ment! CAR NEED A 7UNE-UP? Ernie Rosvold our licensed mechanic is the Best Tune- Up Specialist in Southern Alberta. All work Guaran- teed) E! Rancho feed Service 6th Av M.M. Drive Phone 327-5406 Manyfacturer's Life Insurance Company Takes pleasure in announcing that M. C. (Matt) SLA VICE REPRESENTATIVE has earned the NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD This award is in recognition of the highest quality of life insurance service to Ihe public.. The award is made by tho Via Underwriters Association.of Can- ada, the life Agency Officer' section of the Canadian Life Insurance Officers Association and the Life Insurance Agency Management Association._____________________ Baseball In Us Senior Little League robin playoffs the Giants gaired a 13-7 victory over the }odgers. Curtis Klovanski pitched fine ball to advance his team into .he A section of the playoffs. Terry Aret'henko suffered the oss. Jim Cook led the Giants up at bat, poking out three singles, while Harold Oddie aided with a double and a single. Michael. Calder rapped out two singles for the Dodgers. scored from the side with 38 seconds remaining in the game. In Saturday's encounter Dave Smith had himself a fine night picking up two of the Sons' goals, while Ken Murray tallied with a singleton. For the Calgary Trojans, Bar- ry! Ryder, Ian Traquair and Wayne Jordan each secored once to gain the tie. Tho Lethbridge Juvenile- Lancers, with a little more experience, can turn out to be a top notch juvenile contender. Playing against the Nanton Juveniles should increase their confidence which' is probably the only ingredient lacking at this stage. Ken Boychuck led the Lan- cers to their well deserved tie with two goals and Billy Ser- retti and Dwayne Kitchner chipped in with singletons. AMERICAN LEAGUE East Yl L Per. GBL Baltimore ......54 33 .421 Detroit....... 47 39 .553 6 Mew York..... 46 39 .511 7 Bosloti 44 41 .51B 9 Washington 40 48 .455 14'A Cleveland 38 48 .442 West Minnesota .....S4 2a .459 California 51 35 .593 5 Oakland 47 40 .540 Kansas City 33 52 .388 S2'4 Milwaukee .32 57 .360 Chicago .......31 SB .348 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 200 110 17 1 Kansas Cily 003 030 5110 John Crider and Her- mann; Drago (6-6) Monteagudo 171, Burgmeier Wright O'Riley 9) and Taylor. HR: Oliver FIRST Baltimore 000 020 362 Detroit 133 800 9 1 (12-6) Hardin 'Drabow- ky Walt (8) and Etchebarrcn; Lolich (8-10) Tlmmerman (8) and Freehan. HR: Free- an Kallne iECOND BallimorB 300 207 15 1 letroit 112 000 f 2 Phoebus, Hall and Hen- Iricks; McLain Kilkenny Vilson Hiller Patterson (7) md Price. HRs: Ball-Powell lendrlcks Rettenmund FIRST Milwaukee .000 000 3 4 0 Oakland 110 ooo 4 7 1 Ratlin (5-8) and McNertney; Dob- on, Lindblad Grant (4-0) (9) and Fernandez HRs: May (2) ECOND Milwaukei 010 200 2 7 1 Oakland .100 COO 1 6 2 Krausse (8-10) and Roof; Hunter Grant (9) and Tenace. HRs: FIRST Boston 201 021 613 Cleveland 000 002 2 8 0 Culp (9-8) and Moses-; Dunning Hennigan Hlgglns Paul 9) and Fosse. HRs: ConigM- ro Pelrocelll Morton SECOND Boston 133 004 8 12 I :ieveland 002 000 2 11 2 Sloert (B.J) Lyle and Sstriano Kennedy Uhlaender Minnesota 200 010 280 California 000 420 t 1 0 Perry (13-7) Barber Kaal Boswell Williams (7) and Tischin- skl; Murphy, LaRoche (2-2) (3) Bradley Messersmitn (9) and Egan HR: New York 100 too 3111 Washington fllO 010 7 13 fl Slclllemyre Hamilton Klimkowskl Aker (7) and Mun- son; Hannan (4-3) (9) and Casanova. HS: SATURDAY'S RE3ULT3 New Ycrk 3 Washington 1 Baltimore 6 Detroit 5 Cleveland 3 Boston 1 Kansas City 4 Chicago 0 Minnesota 5 Calilornla 2 Oakland 11 Milwaukee 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Pittsburgh 50 39 .562 New York ......47 39 .547 m Chicago .......43 42 .506 5 St. Louis 39 4? .453 9'A Philadelphia 36 49 .424 12 Montreal 37 51 .420 12Vi West Cincinnati ......62 26 .705 Los Angeles 51 35 .593 10 Atlanta...... 42 44 .488 19 San Francisco 41 44 .482 19'A Houston .......37 51 .420 25 San Diego 36 54 .400 27 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Montreal coo 001 112-! J I New York 000 100 3 1 Benko, Reed (3-4) Raymond (9) and Bateman; Sadecki Seav- er (9) and Grote. HR: San Francisco 000 001 7 10 1 Houston .101 120 003-8 II 0 Perry, Marlchal Reberger McMahon (5-2) (9) and Slephenson; Griffin, Billlngham DiLauro Gladding Ray (4-5) (B) and Ed- wards. HR: Pittsburgh HI 201 000 13 4 St. Louis Oil 000 101 16 1 Blass, Pena Gibbon Giusti (7) Veale Dal Canton (10) and Sanguillen; Torrez. Canton Briles (5) Linzy Hra- bosky (1-1) Campis! (10) and Torre. HR: Pills-Oliver Los Angeles 100 000 1 1 1 San Diego ooo m 4 1 1 Sulton Moeiler (7) and Hall- er; Kirby (5-10) and Barton. HR: Cincinnati 020 020 ill Atlanta 030 020 580 Simpson, Gulletl Washburn (1-2) (7) and Bench; Nash, Jarvls (9-7) (7.) Kester (9) and King. HRs: SATURDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 6 New York 2 Cincinnati 7 Atlanta 6 Houston 5 San Francisco 4 Philadelphia 10 Chicago 4 Pittsburgh 8 St. Louis 7 San Diego 4 Los Angeles 3 KELLY SPRINGFIELD "TIRES FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" FOUR FULL PLY "PRESTIGE" Tubelets Blackwall 650-13 Other she: comparably low priced! INSTALLED FREEI EASY CREDIT TERMS ELRICH TIRE LTD. ;