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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE IETHBRIDGB HERALD Wednesday, July 15, 1970 ANDY CAPP EDMONTON (CP) Toronto Argonauts, with an awesome display of offensive power, me- thodically slaughtered the hap- less Edmonton Eskimos 47-7 in a Canadian Football League ex- hibition game Tuesday night. Quarterback Don Jonas picked up 16 points with four field 26, 36, 35 and 50 converts and single a wide field goal at- tempt. The former Orlando Panther also threw a 37-yard pass to end Tom Bland and handed off to halfback Craig Tefft, who went over from the Edmonton four. Tom Wilkinson, T o r o n t o 's starting quarterback, passed 11 yards to Bill Symons for one score and combined with Jim Thorpe on a 92-yard pass and run play, both in the first quarter. Tom Johansen was good on one convert. Jim Tomlin intercepted a Phil Hagen pass in the fourth quarter and ran it 35 yards for a touchdown. The Eskimos only score came in the first quarter when Terry Swarn took a Rusty Clark pass at his own 43 and ran it 72 yards for a touchdown. Dave Cutler that was the last time the crowd, esti- Canucks tain VANCOUVER (CP) Van- couver Canucks announced Tuesday that Orland Kurter- bach has been named captain of the new National Hockey League team. Kurtenbach, 33, obtained from New York Hangers in last month's NHL expansion draft, signed his 1970-71 contract Tues- day. He scored four goals and had 10 assists in 53 games with the Rangers last season. Poile also announced Tuesday that John (Peanuts) O'Flaherty has been named chief scout of the Canucks, supervising ama- teur and professional talent- hunting. mated at had a chance to cheer. The Eskimo defence, me toughest in Canada last year, was demoralized by the Argo power. Argos under the direc- tion of quarterbacks Wilkinson, Jonas and Herman Matthews moved the ball at will, even with second and third stringers in the lineup. One unpleasant note for the Argos was an injury to Dave Raimey, all-star halfback, in the first quarter. Raimey ran a wide sweep and was tackled after a three-yard gain. He limped off and did not return. However, Symons, Tefft, Thorpe, Mike Schmiesing and Frank Sumpter were too much for the Eskimos to handle. The Eskimo offence never threatened to do anything more than sputter. The only bright spots were quarterback dark- end split end Tom Nettles. Don Trull started the game at quarterback for Edmonton and his first play was a sign of things to was inter- cepted by Tomlin. Toronto im- at the mediately moved hi to score. Park. 'British Empire Games Open, Thursday Scots Proud As Dream Comes True By STERLING TAYLOK EDINBURGH (CP) As tlic last of hundreds'of young run- ners carried the baton with the Queen's message closer to tl ancient festival city for Thurs- day's opening of the ninth Com monwealth Games, Scots from all walks of life glowed with pride in seeing a dream come true. They provided a tinsel look and loads of good cheer for their first major sports spectac- ular. The traditional welcome- highland reels, tartan decora- tions, bagpipes and the best Scotch laid out. The Scots carved out a new sports centre in a val- ley to handle the largest contin- gent of athletes in 40 years of Commonwealth Games history from 42 countries. Canada sent its biggest team yet athletes and 38 England had the largest Aus- tralia, India, host nation Scot- land and Wales each entered more than 100 competitors. But there were many countries with only one or two athletes. While Scots celebrate with their Commonwealth friends, the Games village will be strictly teetoal during the 10-day show that ends .Saturday, July "5. For the last five days, over Miners Will Meet Taber Tonight In the Lethbridge Senio Saseball League the Lethbridg "Vliners will host the Tabe )usters tonight. The Dusters will try to com back from two shellackings th Miners gave them last week end in Taber. Meanwhile the Miners wi use this game for a tune up t their Alberta Junior playoffs. Game time is set for 8 o'cloe Henderson Baseba] 'highlands and lowlands, hundreds of Scottish youngsters have relayed the Queen's mes- sage of goodwill for the Games. At the' end of their marathon, they will have covered 700 miles and visited 58 Scottish towns. When the last runner brings the gold baton into the new Meadowbrook Stadium, he will convey it to Prince Philip, who as presidnt of the Games, will leael the inaugural. In a complicated procedure, the Queen's message relay, as it is known, began on foot in Yel- lowknife, capital of the North- west Territories, July 8. Traditionally, the Queen's message to start the Games is carried by relay in a golden baton from wherever the mon- arch happens to be. Minor Baseball In a Senior Little League playoff game the Dodgers pick- ed up a 5-2 victory over the Braves. Ross Blackmer picked up the win for the Dodgers while Brett Towhseiid had to settle with the loss. Kelley Keenan was the b: hitter for the Dodgers with double and a single. Blackme aided his own cause with tw singles. Jim McClennan of the Brave rapped out a double and single while Jim Sleightholn Race Results Well be losing our shirt At these prices, but we'll make friends ire and reduce inventory galoi We have regrouped our sale items and will continue our July Inventory Reduction Sale until closing Saturday July 18th SWEATERS 40 SUITS Sizes from 36 to 44. Regular values to 110.00 GROUP TWO 55 SUITS All sizes 38 to 50 including tails, j Regular values to 135.00 BALANCE OF SUITS 20% V-Neck, Turtle and Cardigan by such names as Jantzen, Giri'O-Rqssi, Angb, White Ram and Tony Day. 1 2 PRICE AND LESS DRESS and SPORT SHIRTS PRICE SPECIAL RACK OF WINOBREAKERS GOLF AND CASUAL Including some Western Jackets Regular values 1 to 29.95 72 35 SPORT JACKETS Regular values to 90.00 A A 75 Sizes 38 to 52 including some tails Price 32 REMAINDER BALANCE OF SPORT SHIRTS 20% Sport Jackets 40% otf Sport Co-ordinates 20% off CALGARY (CP) Tuesday's result af Victoria Park. First claiming, 3-year-oids, 7 longs Ben! Behi (Billingsley) 20.40 7.40 5.60 Canel Hope (Barroby) -1.30 3.30 Swiffl (Coombs) 5.20. Time: 4-5 Smoldering Embers, Bold Beverly Compel To Dash, Nipperette, also ran Second claiming, 4-year-olds, 7 for ongs Kellojef (Barroby) fi.OO 5.10 3.50, Mis Overall (Kipling) 6.90 5.40, Spot I Scotch (Lawson) 3.90. Time 4-5 Prairie Blue, Lord Post, Wolfs Oi 3o, Be There John, Justa Roar alsi DAILY DOUBLE: S102.70. Third allowance, 2-year-olds, 5 fur ings Indian Lake (Stadnyk) 6.60 3.70 5.80 Abundy (Turetsky) 6.10 3.30, Beauci Billinosley) 2.90. Time: 4-5 Wilhawill, Stormy Way, Poodlefaker Dandy Speed also ran. Track Scratch: Eauarllc. Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds, IVa miles miles Stellar Flyer (Barrofay) 4.GO, Cilatius (Stadnyk) 10.80 6.40, Koio Barbara (Suitor) 4.40 Time: 1-5 Telralass, Merry Maple, Gay circle. Night Shine, Ridgeview Hope, Pril all, Nenana also ran Fifth claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 MS Mr. Auctioneer (Sladnyk) 16.40 6.1 4-fiO, Bum Money (McCauley) 4.30 3.40. Silver Dandy (BiUingsley) 4.10. Time: 4-5 Bahl Lodge, Tricky Babe, Bia Bam- ol, Pour Me Another, Salty Princess also ran. EXACTOR: 590.30. Sixth claiming, 3-year-olds, IV'a miles Closed Court (Rasmussen) 7.80 3.90 .90, Sharp Reply. (Sladnyk) 5.00 3.80, Cahined Flag (Barroby) 4.30 Time: 1-5 Bells Sheila, Naughty Nancy, On The Go also ran. Alberta Oaks handicap, 3.year- ilds, 7 furlongs Blue Bonus (Sladnyk) 5.CO 3.80 2.60, Ena's Daughter (Glesbrecht) 3.BO, 'anice Marie (Barroby) 2.20. Time: 3-5 Victory Chaser, Alberta D a wn, Fea- her's Inn also ran. Eighth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, mile and V'a. Thumprince (Barroby) 5.40 3.30 3.00, Stamps Lose Two Backs OTTAWA (CP) Two Cal- pry defensive backs were in- ured Monday night when the Jtampeders beat Ottawa Rough liders 26-17 in a Canadian Foot- ball League exhibition game. Gene Beard suffered a broken ankle. Veteran Howard Starks wisted a knee and sprained an ankle. Both were hurt trying to stop ullback Jim Mankins. "We were counting on our lefence being pretty well aid coach Jim Duncan. "We often go with six backs liere and with Ron Stewart oining up again this year, we bought we were in pretty good nape." "Losing two in one gams nakes things a little rough." Both Beard and Starks have jeen sent back to Calgary while Stampeders continue their xhibition tour1. Dance With All (Btlltngsley) 380 30 Golden Ducat (Haynes) 7.60. Time: 1-5 Same Affair, Crown Countess, M Escudo, skipper Tan, Born skinny als ran. QUINELLA: SS.JO. Races Start Monday The horses of the Rock} Mountain Racing Association which will be in Lethbridge fo six days during Whoop-Up Days, moved a step close today as they began a four-day stand in Shelby, Mont. For the first time in the his tory of Whoop-Up Days thor oughbred racing and pari nutuel betting will be a fea hired attraction. For the information of our readers and to familiar! z e them with some of the horses md jockeys who will be here for the race meet another sel of results from Helena, Mont, are below. Results from Helena, Monf. Sunday uly 12. First Morrow Count (Oster) 7.60, .60; Doc's Dream CDagg) 2--10, Z.4Q} Extra Length (Bramlellc) 3.20. Susan Jetf, Gafun, Penny's Line also an. Second Babes Bugetle (Fitspatrlck) 78.50, 5.40, P.8n; Ken Du More (Simpson] 7.BO; Printer's Dandy (Bear] Lady Dove, Hot1 Line, Scooter Hobby, Rosies Susie, Space Venture iso ran. DAILY DOUBLE QUINELLA Third Willy Winsor (Leonard) 12.00, .00; Two Cents (Bear) 3.20, 2.60; Fall .ight (Lumsden) 4.80.. Berma Sport, Lead Boy, Soluk, 'lucky Menu, Savage Warrior, Sub's Eternal K also ran. 1UINELLA Fourth Unavailable Fifth Kidden Around (Smith) 8.JO, S.60, 3.BD; Kaneohe's Pride (Bramlette) 8.40, 4.80; Beaver cat (Meyer) 3.20. Dark Freeway, Croft Lake, Ponde- rosa Pete, Miss Monarch, Smart Bet Tie Tac also ran. sixth Born A Deck (Bramlette) 36.CO, s.JO, J.BO; Star's Appolo (Dagg) 3.40, 2.BO; Ledy Joella (Schillings) 3.60. Texas Frog, Lazy Grand Slam, Chubby Rastus, Rebrockel Fleet, Ringlefte, Poverty Moon also ran. QUINELLA Seventh She's A Wlna (Blacom) 9.BO, 4.90, 2.80; Heel Fly Jet1 (Bear) 9.EO. 6.00; Luslrous Jack 2.40. Monday Morn, Firskalale, Tough Count, Count Kika, Wandering Heeler, also ran. QUINELLA Eighth Spring Gem (Schillings) 3.20, 3.M, 5.60; Til AHbahal (Balcom) S.BO, 3.60; Proud Endeavor (Smith) 3.20. Doc's Chance, Benton Road, Quick Maid, Rae Of Gold also ran. QUINELLA Ninth Unavailable Tenth Lady Grand Venelian King, Ragged Warrl pays were unavailable. Sister Rich Princess, Mis Capital City, Hlratio Steel Mr. Flee ifox also ran. QUINELLa 0 OFF ALL MERCHANDISE NOT CARRYING A SPECIAL TAG 10% OFF CASH IS NECESSARY ALL ALTERATIONS EXTRA EXCEPT CUFFS MEN'S CLOTHES 321 7th St. S. Open Thursday Until 9 p.m. B EH Ti MAC'S Your Cycle Centre of the South BOY'S OR GIRLS' DELIGHT SIDEWALK BIKES Ball-bearing Air Hres streamers kick stand and chain guard 41 ,95 B.R.C. BICYCLES The bike with Mag PHILIPS 3 SPEED FOLD-UP BIKES Ideal for the Camperi........ 89 .95 WE TAKE TRADES TERMS ARRANGED BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd S. Phon. 327-3321 OVER 300 BICYCLES IN STOCK "SERVING SOUTH ALBERTA FOR OVER 30 YEARS" OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 p.m. chipped in with two singles. In Norcrest Little League ac- tion the Pirates sailed to a 16-0 shutout over the Cubs. Scott Jarvie struck out fifteei Cub batters to register a om hit victory. Theo DeGroot was not as sue cessful absorbing the loss. Harry Blacker of the Pirates had a fine night up at the plat stroking put three doubles in three tries. Richard Shardlow chipped in with two doubles and a single For the Cubs Theo DeGroo robbed the no-hitter from Jar vie by poking out a single. Meanwhile in the Lakeside Little League the Tigers ad vanced to the A Division after nicking up a 6-0 victory over the White Sox. The White Sox will now drop to the B Division in the double knockout playoffs. Rod Olshaski picked up the mound verdict for the Tigers against Warrick Wells who was relieved by Hob Poole. Oshaski aided his own cause ivith a home run and a double while Paul Byrne and Larry Lennox both chipped in with a ionic run. Rick Maclean poked out two singles in a losing cause. Earl Ingarfield fired a one- litter and the Braves took advantage of seven errors to dump the Cardinals 11-2 in Nor- crest Little League action Tuesday. Darryi Vogt suffered he loss. Wade Boguski had a double for he Cardinals while Vogt stroked a double off of Ingar- field. Tlis Queen, on a royal lour of the Northwest Territories, watched as the baton was sent on its way from Yellowknife's Petlilot Park. The message continued Its Manitoba Derby Oil Tap Today WINNIPEG (CP) Fourteen horoughbreds go to the post oday in Western Canada's rich- st-ever horse race, and most of he betting is likely to be on in- from the east. The Royal Family, on the last ay of their centennial tour of ie Northwest Territories and lanitoba, will be in attendance t Assiniboia Downs for Manitoba Derby. the relay by plane from Yellowknife to Edmonton and Winnipeg, then across the Atlantic to Scot- land. The Scots put up banners wishing fans and athletes "a hundred thousand welcomes" and prepared an elaborate and colorful opening ceremony for them. There will be a 21-gun salute by the Royal Artillery Regi- ment, a flypast by 2 HAF jets, the release of and highland dancing and bag- pipes. Jamaica, host, at the last Games four years ago in Kings- ton, will lead the colorful pa- rade of athletes and team offi- cials. The fickle Scottish weather poses a problem. Bigh winds have been blowing. But Prince Philip has faced bad weather on such occasions before. He opened the 3SG7 Pan-American Games in Winnipeg in a down- pour. With the opening ceremonies out of the way, the athletes begin competition Friday in most of the nine sports swimming and diving, track and field, boxing, cycling, badmin- ton, fencing and cycling. Lawn bowling preliminaries were started earlier in the week be- cuse of the large field. The swimming events are drawing a major share of atten- tion because of a new Swiss- made electronic timing system :hat can click off fractional Jmes fa the hundredths of a Jiousandths of seconds. It will be used for the first time when the Canadians and Australians fight their expected jattle for gold medals. Some veteran timekeepers were not altogether happy about he new timing device. "It could mean a swimmer with long finger nails getting the verdict in a close me timekeeper said. TANNER CON'S Canada won half its H gold medals in swimming at Kings- on, with Elaine Tanner winning our gold. Mighty Mouse has eft the scene now. 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