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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHErJIC: HESAID Friday, July 14, 1972 Fiiuil round held lodnv Lome drops to fourth lOII.MOXTOV (Special) after Ilic1 second round in 72- IjClJiurUlpc's ladies' Rolf chain-1 hole tourney, still has a Rood pion, Barbara Home, slipped I chance in iiiaku the Alhcr'-.i flown lo rmirlli spot in the Al-] women's polf loam since the bcrla's Women's Golf four golfers in I ho tourney lonship after scoring a round of are automatically chosen. 113 Thursday. Ilornr, who held second place Belly Cole continued hei sparkling play Thursday as she B.C. Lions upset Stampeders 14-9 JL VANCOUVER (CD Wayne Holm dallied back yards with an bterccplcd pass lo give Brit'sli Columbia Lions a victory Calgary Stam- peders in an exhibition western footbdl conference game be- fore 23.ECS fans. The Siampedcrs. defending Grcv Cup champions, domin alcd thronghouL the game, but. couldn't pi's'i across Ilic points at crucial moments. Larry Robinson provided all Ihe offence for Calgary, booting field coa's from the 14 and 19 lines in liic second quart- er and another from the 23 yard line in fhc third quarter. But Robinson missed on two other opportunities and that the difference [or the Lions, who used two big plays for their sco-ing after being held in check much of Ihp night by Ihe rugged Stampeders de- fence. Aficr Robinson's first field goal, the Lions Look advant- age of a fumble by Rudy Lin- terman to go ahead 7-3. Linterman had the ball squirt loose on Iho Calgary 23 yard line and rookie Ron Estay, who played a strong game, recover- ed for the Lions. On the second play, Don Moorhcad dropped back and fired a strike to Jim Young in the end zone. Ted Gcrcla made the convert. Meanwhile in Toronto a fast- minute touchdown pass from Joe Theismann to John Slrycula Thursday night gave Toronto Argonauts a 25-24 victory over Hamilton Tiger-Cats in an East- ern Football Conference exhibi- tion game. you considered dew much fun your family could have with a small, light Honda? Honda has developed a series ol light actually portable motor- cycles that can easily be handled by anyone who can ride a bicycle. They're OUT bike series with 50-cc, 70-cc or 90-cc engines. And they can provide awhale of alot summer fun for a whole family. [Even youngsters can ride them Best of all, the 50-cc and 70-cc have fold-down features that let you pack 'em in your car or boat! See them now, at your Honda dealer's. Z50AK2 new improved version of the original 50-cc Honda mini. Fat, knobby, go-anywhere tires. Suggested price, CT70K1 Extra power makes this portable ideal for rough country. Suggested price, 5440'. SL70 Famous Motosport model with great styling, rugged performance. Suggested price, CL70K3 Great tun for cross-country riding. Easy to handle. Suggested price, S4BO'. CT90K4 4 speeds in low, 4 in high, automatic clutch. Sporty styling. Super fun! Suggested price, S542T. "Portof entry, Vancouver, plus small freight and handling charge. THE WORLD'S LARGEST MOTORCYCLE MANUFACTURER DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA 760ALDERBR1DGEWAY. RICHMOND. B.C. LETHBRIDGE HONDA CENTRE CHARGEX SALES SERVICE 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-8889 Southern Alberta's Largest and Most Progressive Motorcycle Dealer ciirdi-d a one-undcr par 74 to lake ar IB-shot lead into today's final round. Mrs. Cole, eight lime Al- bcrla champion posted earlier rounds of 73 and 75 on her home course al Highlands Golf Club for a 51-hnlc total of 222. Cathy Galusha. also playing on her home course, came in wilh r 75 for n three round total of 240. Marilyn Uahl of Calgary is in third with a 241, followed by Home of Lethbridgc at 243, de- fending champion Marilyn Daqu of Calgary F.I 247 and Arlenc Macintosh of Calgary at Other lop scorers are Carin McBcan of Calgary, 250. Dianne Kirhy of Calgary and Heather McSporrar? of Edmonton. 254, Pat Austin of Edmonton, 255 and Pat Hcisler of Calgary, 258. Meanwhile in Calgary. Rich- art! Ar.dreachuk completed his second round in 74 strokes to rest in a four-way lie in tenlh spot in Ihe Alberta Junior Goll Championship Thursday. Rob Reichell, Calgary and Ed- monton's Gary Brennan assum- ed the second-round lead in the Golf Championships with four- over-par, 36-hole scores of 144. Reichell, 15, shot the 1 o w- round of t h e tournament when he registered a two-under-par 69 to go with an opening 75. Brennan, 18, was 73 over the second round. Wayne Kay of Edmonton was third with 145 while one shot back were Tony and Doug Lecuyer, brothers from Edmon- ton and Barry Cowing of Red Deer. Scores of 147 were posted by Calgary junior champion Hoy Abbenbroek, first round lead- er Kirk Manning of Calgary and Rod Conrad, also of Cal- gary. Four other golfers failed to make the cut. Randy Andreachuk fired a 74 to go wilh his first round 78 for a 15? total, one stroke over the cutoff. Brad Cox and Garry Craik each had 77. Together wilh a first round 78 each they finished at 155. Ludvik Pahulje knocked 10 strokes off his Wed- nesday round of 86 for a 76 and a 162 total. The junior tournament at- Iracled 120 Alberta golfers but the field was reduced to the low 25 and ties following Thurs- day's round. Twenty seven players made the cut at 151. The championship, along with 54 holes next week in Cal- gary, comprises the 103 hole Alberta Junior team trials. Golf league play results COUNTRY CLUB Low gross Roy Brown, Do- rigatti; 40 Low net Doran Bcrlando, Lilydale. and Bill Lord, Pack- :rs; tied 33. Low team net V. Hem- brc.rf. A. Harson, John Hunt and 0. P. Larson, Beny's; 143. Texaco Dorigalli's Lelhbridge office Furnil rolleslrup Lllydale CHEC Benys ackers Ealons ifls Parscns "entlemen III 91 TREVINO MAKING HIS MOVE Defending champion Lee Trevino Thursday. He and Tony Jacklin, of Briiain, arc lied for lop spot wilh Jack, fought his way 1o a tie for the second round lead al the British Open. Nicklaus righl behind. (AP Wirephoto) British Open title up for grabs Trevino right back in tte MUIRFIELD. Scotland fAP) Wise-cracking Lee Trevino, sharing Ihe lead after Iwo rounds in his defence of the British open golf championship, said today, "I'm not too happy, I like to he way out in front Trevino, revelling in his role as the self-styled Super-Mex of golf, had a 36-hole total of 141 along with Britain's breezy young Tony Jacklin over this course which has lakcn on a docile look in unusual sunshine. Both Trevino and Jacklin were one under par. Breathing down their necks only one stroke back were such American heavyweights as Jack Nicklaus, [he standout favorite, veteran Doug Sanders, South Africa's al- ways-hungry Gary Player and Johnny Miller, a promising 25- year-old American pro who set a course record of 66 in the second round. Also on 142. level par over Muirfield's 6.892-yard links, were three young Englishmen Tuph'ng, John Gamer and Peter Townsend. After shooting a one-under- lar 70 in his second round, Trevino said, "The sunshine caught everyone by surprise, "very guy thought that every other guy was burning up the course. But none of them was prepared for these hey all had been thinking how o play the links in wind and rain." Lee issued this warning to the of the field, cut from 153 ilarlers to the 88 best scorers or the last two rounds: 'No matter what the weather doss, the scores won't get much lower because we're all getting closer to that trophy. "Nerves play a big part in how it all works out. "I think the course will he one stroke harder to play tomorrow and two shots harder on Hie final day." Trevino announced he was using a 40-y e a r -o 1 d ladies' wedge that he picked up in an American golf shop's bargain barrel for something like "It's ideal for pitching out of these deep bunkers and hard he said. "But I'd never use it in American condi- tions." Nicklaus, gunning for the British crown to complete the third leg of a never-accom- House belts three homers Barry House hammered three home runs and led the Miners' Library to an easy J4-5 victory over Lhc Labor Club AlhleUcs in a Commercial Wen's Fast- ball League exhibition game Thursday night. House blasted a home run in the first, fourth nd seventh innings to score three home runs for the second time this season, Last Sunday House smashed three home runs Lhe Calgary M.M Juniors in the Calgary Major Men's Fastball League. Meanwhile, the Lethh r 1 d g c Hotel Juniors picked up a 3-2 extra-inning victory over the M and K Generals in league action last night. Dennis Hydychuk earned the mound win giving up three base hits while Kaye Elliott suffered the loss. Hydychuk and Bill Harbuz poked out a pair of singles for ,he Juniors while three batters managed singles for the Gen- erals. pushed professional Grand Slam four major titles in a rin- gle "I'm not playing as well as I can and I feel a bit frustrated. "But 1 have the notion there's some good golf ahead of me." Meanwhile a field shorn of most of the big names dismantled the Tripoli Golf Club Thursday in the opening round of the Greater Milwau- kee Open. With most of the top profes- sionals competing in the British Open, 87 shooters produced rounds of par 71 or belter as veterans George Johnson and Labron Harris and young Bruce Fleischer and Tom Uulozas led the way with 65s. Ben Kern of Toronto, who shot a r.3 on the front nine, fin- ished at 70, one under par. and found more than .11 polfcrs ahead of him. George Knudson of Toronto turned in a par 71 and found himself in danger of missing the cut at the end of today's play. Bob Panasiuk of Windsor, Oat, at 73 and Ken Fulton of Toronto, at 75, had only an out- side chance of making the low 70 and ties who will contest the last 36 holes. Tied at 66 were Jim Collrerl and Bob Dickson, who proved his qualifying round 65 Monday and 6G in Wednesday's pro-am were no flukes. Dickson birdied three of the last four holes. Nine were bunched at 67. In- cluding Australian Bruce Cramp ton, highest rar-'jim player here and runner-up in the Master's and U.S. Open. Defending champion Dave Ei- chelberger posted a 70. Fleischer, U.S. amateur champion four years ago and Walker Cup team member in 1969, birdied Nos. 14 through 17, canning a 30-foot putt on No. 1G. Clayton Woo B champion CALGARY (Special) Rob- in Timmcrman of Calgary won the class AA title in the Cal- g.-.ry Stampede's trapshooting championships Thursday, hit- tine out of 100 targets. Timmerman, recently won the handicap event at the Canadian championships in Edmonton, defeated Walter Schultz o[ Calgary. SchuHz missed two of ICO targets at the IG-yard distance. Floyd Nattrass of Edmonton was first in Class A following a Eholt-off with junior Jim Doyle of Rapid Cily. S.D. Both hit S9 targets and Doyle was awarded the junior title [or the division. Clayton Woo of Lethbridge took the class B event with 98 out cf WO. Tied for runner-up honors were John DeVisser, of Vancouver, Wash., Susan Nat- of Edmonton and Alec Huba of Calgary, all with 97. The class C title went to Ed- monton's Jim Kapen who miss- ed three birds. Bruce Simpson cf Edmonton was second, hit- ting 93 targets. ELRICH TIRE Try a little [gentleness ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE W L Pet G Cal. Jimmies Ifi 5 .742 Cal. Gianls 12 7 Edm. Tigers 10 7 .588 Red Deer...... 7 8 .467 Leihbridgc 8 15 .562 Edm. Blue V.'il, 3 16 .158 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST PiCsbLrnh 30 .610 New 33 SI. Louis....... 41 34 .538 Chicaqo t'l -V Montreal 34 IA .at, Philadelphia IB 52 JiO 2 WEST Cincinnati 31 .603 Houston 3J .5fi5 Los Angeles t.2 23 Atlanta 37 M 457 1 San Francisco 36 San Diego 30 50 .375 TODAY'S GAMES A! Ian! a McLain (01) el Chicago Pnppas (6-S) N Houston DieKer (8-4) Bt Pittsburgh Eriles (7-3) N Cincinnati Grlmilcy (6-3) al SI. Louis Wiip (981 N New York Jravr fll-S' a' San AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST Deirclr Baltimore Bcslon New YcrK Cleveland W L Pet GBL -l! 3-1 .iM 36 .532 Tft 37 37 5 27 37 .500 5 2? tf Mf, 11VJ 3D -S3 .400 WEST 30 TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Hunter (10-0 and Odom (72) al New York Kline iB-3i and (B-7) N. Chicago Bahnscn 11 and Forsfer (1-21 af Baltimore McNally '9-7) and Alexander 13-5) N California Ryan Ol-i) at Milwaukee Lonborg (7-.il N R-lcn SieMrt (7-i) nt Minnesota y (7-8) N Clev Paul f Kansas City Cul Ceml (ro'f Coleman rii-7) M i N Dip N gclcs Ost (9-6) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Houston OCT 7 12 0 Chiraqo 100 051 100 1 7 0 Rerrs, Ray (9-3) '7) snd Edwards; Iry. HRs: Miller Atlanta rra nc-o n st. Louis oeo 100 i 7 n land (11-4) and Simmons. Pittsburgh ono o id o llars (10 and M.ny: Nolan .rrcll (V) and Bench. HR: Cin-Gc- iimo (3i. Boston OdO Cdi 0 6 Minnesota 4CO in 17 2 Culp (5 31 PHcrs '-D and tSi; Carbin '5-71 and Retf. HRs: Mm- Reese (-0 Soderholm Cleveland OPQ DCO S 6 0 Texas J01 OCO 5 11 0 Wilcnx ffrlli, Colbrrt Hilqcndorf <7i and Fcise; Hmd '7-ii and King. K.insas Cilv COT TOO 4 II 0 Dclroil 501 nO'i 672 Splillorlf (9 Fil7nr-.rris M) Hed- HRs: KC-Olii (7) Schcin- ELRICH In Av. ;