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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 10, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Commonwealth Games Continue Canadians Win Medals The Hard Way EDINBURGH (CP) Forget the training manuals. Here are four proven ways to win a gold medal at the Commonweallh Games: two years fighting off bursitis. you prefer competing in the evening, go for the big one in the afternoon. your mind off your troubles by nursing a punctured eardrum. bitten by a dog. Canada picked up an unprece- dented four Games titles in a single day in swimming and diving Saturday, won by ath- letes who did it the hard way. Angela Coughlan, the bursitis sufferer from Burlington, Ont., survived a false start and splashed to a close victory over two Australians in the women's 100-metre freestyle. In the next race, George Smith of Edmonton conquered lu's dislike of swimming on the day shift, won the men's 400 in- dividual medley comfortably and grumbled because he had not gone faster than Beverly Boys of Pickering, Ont., with her damaged ca firmly taped, easily topped th field in women's springboar diving as Liz Carruthers of Ed nonton finished second and a Australian barely beat pu Nancy Robertson of Pickerin for the bronze medal. And Bill Mahony of Westminster, B.C., still feelin twinges in an ankle nipped b RACE By Willie Ketchum TUESDAY'S SELECTIONS FIRST RACE Claiming for three year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS MR. LEADER MAN 122 Has slight endge................... CARELESS RULER 122 Could upset at price RAGING SEA 122 Should get up for show KIMBOY........................ H7 Might surprise SO LA CYLLENE 122 Montana races good STOVE PIPE 112 Not today HAPPY GO 117 Not much to offer HANDSOME LADY 112 Gets in light also eligible: M'Lord, Ryslo, Gay Maple, Berngale. SECOND RACE Claiming for three year old maidens SEVEN FURLONG; NEDS HOOD 117 Has edge with rider WILLY WINDSOR 122 should be second GAY STITCH 112 Drawed the rail................... CREDIT ACCOUNT 122 Might upset today LUSTROUS MIKE 113 Could improve LOUI5E ALIBY 112 Hasn't shown much THIRD RACE Claiming for three year olds and upward FIVE FURLONGS PEER ON VONDENNA NERVA PENNY'S LINE EVA DOBBIN KIMS DELIGHT 120 Should take It all 115 Will make leader run 119 Would like more distance 120 Beat cheaper company 110 Light impost but....... 120 Ran Monday FOURTH RACE Claiming for two year old maidens FIVE FURLONGS FLASH CHAMP.................. 117 Another winner lor good rider TEPEE CREEPER 119 Put wampum to place MISTY ALIBY 122 Could get up in time ATHLETE'S RIOT 117 Chance in close finish MfSS TRIP 119 Will need an out here ALBERTA DUSTER 117 Not today MERRY LYRIC FIFTH RACE 119 NENANA DR. C. C........ CHIPS GAL IRON TONY CHANFIELD SILENT ORB MAGIC MINK WILSON RADIVA Bad post position Claiming for four year olds and upward 1 MILE 110 Good Canadian horse 120 American rider Is hot 115 Likes the distance 115 Runs good at times 110 Will need an out hers 110 Could wake up in here 115 Has been good before 170 Hasn't shown much TRUE TRUST DOC'S DREAM MIKE'S DOO WESTERN BLUES FAMOUS BAYBOY SIXTH RACE Claiming for three' year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS STARSNIP 113 Stands out in this 1 122 Has won his share 5 117 Should get a part here 2 112 Gets light weight 3 117 Rider might Improve chance........ 4 SEVENTH Claiming for three year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS KRISKET 117 Looks like the one to beat 6 PANCAKE MISS................ 112 Will have to run to win 1 'SUSAN JETT 117 LIMIe mare can run 3 ANOTHER INDIAN 112 Might upset at price............... 5 SLEEPY'S ALIBI 122 In tough today 2 MYSTIC MISER 113 Not much to offer 4 EIGHTH Claiming for three year olds and upward SEVEN FURLONGS 6LENLEDON GRAND BADGB FIN KID 10NA HAWK LE T1QUE TRIPLE BANNER 118 Should win despite post 112 The strong contender 112 Show house In here 113 Nice races at times 113 Could be the upset 117 Not with this bunch SECRET DOT 112 Hasn't shown much MISS STAMPEDER 113 Not much to offer Also, eligible: Julie Anza, Crazy Nose BEST BET: Starsnip LONGSHOT: So La Cyllene POST TIME: 2 P.M. Minor Ball The Tigers are now the Lake- side Little League champions after defeating the Angels 15-2 this weekend. Paul Byrne pitched a one-hit- ter to gain the victory for the Tigers. Allan Gepneris did not fare as well and suffered the loss. For tie Tigers Larry Lennox rapped out two doubles and a single while Lorenz Bohnert aid- ed with a double and a single. Kim Prindle, Dale Boyc h u k, and Rod Olshaski chipped in with two stogies to help in the win. M. Sheen spoiled the shutout for Byrne poking out a single. The Tigers will now face tSe champions of the Norcrest Lit- tle League for the city cham- pionships. Casper Gains Third Victory PHILADELPHIA (AP) Billy Casper believes In th iheory of positive thinking, helped him win ths Philadelphia Golf Classic b three strokes Sunday with tournament record 72Jiole tota of 274. The 39-y e a r -o I d Caspe started the final round -leadin by two strokes over the yard Wlu'lemarsh Valley Coun try Club course. After flin holes of the final round h trailed Dick Crawford by one. "I made up my mind I had t make some birdies if I going to Casper relate after collecting the firs jrize. Casper made his birdies, four :o be exact, for a four under pa 32 on the back nine and a 68 fo Jie day over the par 72 course It was good enough to turn bae challenges by Crawford, ar.i later Terry Wilcox. Toronto's Gary Bowerma shot a final-round 70 for a 28 ;otal, good enough to make him ,op Canadian in tournamen worth George Knudson also of Toronto, was anothe stroke back and earned TWO ELIMINATED AI Balding of Toronto am Cen Fulton of Ste. Julie, Que. ailed to make the cut after the irst two rounds. Casper put together rounds o for a 14-under-par 274, two strokes better than the eight-year-old tournament's pre- rious best. Crawford helped Casper's cause when he went three over iar on the 10th hole. He wount up in a triple tie at 279 with Bunky Henry and Frank Beard Racing Fans Spend Freely CALGARY CCP) Racing ans wagered during he 15 day Stampede thor- lughbred meet which ended Sa- urday at Victoria Park. Brothers Frank and Har o 1 c iarroby captured the fea hired seventh race on the final ay, when Little Gypsy beat out Hopi Joe by a length. Little Gypsy, owned and train- ed by Harold and ridden by Frank, followed the early pace- etter Kool Kopy for five fur- ongs, then went to the front and stood off Hopi Joe's ehal- erige. The win paid 6.90, 4.30 and 3.30. Little Gypsy covered the sev- en furlongs, on a fast track, in :25 4-5, only 4-5 off the track ecord. Miss Overall and Terraro ombinedinthe fifth for a 191.70 exactor whils the daily ouble of Whirling Wave in the irst and Tedlee in the second vas worth Madam Judge and Sabrio in the eighth paid a utaella of Henderson Lake Golf Club THE FOLLOWING CHANGE IN THE SCHEDULE OF MEMBERSHIP FEES bien let for the remainder of tha year, July IS until cf the 1970 golfing season. Category Shareholder Nan- Shareholder Adult Male............ Adulf Female Man and Wife......... Junior Restricted Intermediate and Non-Restricted Juniors Seniors (65 yrs. and over) Social Family................ Alia during thii period a groan fee) will In effect for 18 holes of play after 3 p.m. on weekends and holidays PHONE 327-3652 The trio was two strokes be- hind Wiledx who took the second-place money. The victory boosted Casper" 1970 earnings to thir behind Lee Trevino and Die Lotz on the .money winning list Casper also moved into seconc place ahead of Jack Nicklaus o the all-time money list to With pre- vious victories this year in th Masters and Los Angeles Open Casper became the first three tournament victor of 1970. Miners Win Crown Hcc Negrello and the Left bridge Miners proved over th weekend they are the best in Alberta. The Junior Miners Sunda; afternoon won the Alberta ju r baseball championship and the right to advance to the Canadian final by downing Alexander Indian Reserve in the final of a two day double knockout competition. Lethbridge, Alexander, Drumheller and Calgary were entered in the event but Cal- gary failed to show. Miners >pened the competition with a 10-0 win over Alexander anc then sat back as Alexander sidelined Drumheller setting he stage for the final. Randy Maxwell was the win- ner of the final game as he -Ossed a four hitter. Roc Taylor was the winner in the 'irst game as he fired a two- hitter. Miners will now compete in he Canadian final set for Car- men, Manitoba July 30, to Aug. Lange Breaks Canadian Record The Alberta Junior and Sen- or Men's Pentathlon and the Women's open Pentathlon were run off at the Lethbridge Civic Centre this weekend. In both the junior and senior men's events the winner was a'ven points according to the nternational scoring table. The events included in the pentath- on were the long jump, jave- lin, 200 metre, discus and the ,500 metre run. The women's open included five events, the MO and 100 metre run, shot put, high jump, and the long jump. Barry Lange of the Edmon- on Olympia club broke a Ca- aadian record by emerging with ,144 points. His twin brother rom the same club came in sec- nd with points while third lace was picked up by Jerry of the Edmonton Huskies with a score of 'eter Davidson of the L e t h- ridge Track and Field club ained sixth spot with aoints. In the junior pentathlon Dave 'owell of the Edmonton Hus- des picked up the winners hou- rs gathering points. Sec- nd plMe was gained by Ar- min Gerstenbuhler of the Leth- ridge Track and Field club 'ith points. Barry Lodermeier a product f Coutts came in third with a otal score of Fred Som- ler another Lethbridge mem- took fourth spot with wints. In the women's Open event ,iz Vanderstam of the Calgary Yack and Field club picked up ,067 points to cart home the rst place honors. Second place ras taken by Joyce Ober, a jethbridge member, with joints. Doreen Jones of the Cal- ary Chmiook Club won the iird not picking up fa ttn fivt events. an unfriendly Edinburgh dog came from behind at the hal way mark to win the men's 2W breaststroke. Australia, matching Canada' four victories in the pool, cam up with the first world record o the Games as Karen Mora swam the 800 freestyle :02.45, 6.55 seconds faster tha the mark she set earlier thi year. Olympic sprint champlo Mike Wenden edged Ralph Hut ton of Ocean Falls, B.C., in th men's 200 freestyle, for Wen den's second gold medal anc Button's second silver of th Games. Both men swam Frida night when Australia edgeronze medal because he missed more jumps than two ri- vals who got up to the same leight. VIN NO SURPRISE David Hemery of England, n e Commonwealth record- lolder, won an expected victory n the 110-metre hurdles and the 00-metre sprints went, to Don Quarrie of Jamaica and Rae Lene Boyle of Australia. George Neeland of Thornhill, Ont., Brian Donnelly of Oak- ille, Ont., and Rich MacDonald f Toronto finished 4-5-6 in the urdles and Stephanie Berto of West Vancouver, B.C., was sev- nth in the women's 300. Noel Freeman won the men's 20-mile walk over fellow-Aus- ralian Bob Gardiner. Felix lappella of Midland, Ont., Alex lakley of Oshawa, Ont., and fcinz Merschenz of Toronto eighth, ninth and 12th in le 21-man field. Three Canadians had a rough assage in the heats of the s fists and elbows were used freely by the closely-packed tinners. Ergas Leps of Toronto and ill Smart of Vancouver quali- ed for Wednesday's final but orm Trerise of Vancouver iissed out after getting in- olved in a shoving match with Zambian runner who twice locked his efforts to .move up n the field. Shut out in the pool and with nly two goM medals in track nd field, England recouped ith victories by featherweight eorge Perrin and lightweight eorge Newton in weight-lifting and a sixth-consecutive title in men's team foil. George Souza's Hong Kong rink won the island's first gold medal in Games competition, losing only one game snd tying another in the '14-counrry round-robin bowls event. The Vancouver rink skipped by Tom Jarvis was sixth with a 7-fi rec- ord. Jamie Paulson of Calgary reached the men's singles semi-finals in badminton and partnered Yves Pare of Mont- real to the E2H1B stage of the men's ANDY CAPP ME BOSS KEEPS ON AN1 ON AT THE VOU OWE, IT'S PUTTIN' VEARS ON I'AVEA TCH.'THAfS TERRIBLE, PERCY -IT MUST BE AWFUL TO 'AVE A BOSS LIKE THAT. DON'T LET RETIRE ON A REbUCECS Chuckwagon Win To Shecter Garstad Best Performer CALGABY (CP) For the second consecutive year, Gid Garstad of Black Diamond, Alta., was selected Saturday as the North American and Cana- dian all round champion at the Calgary Stampede. Garstad finished llth In money winners with but was selected by a panel of judges as giving the best per- formance in both a timed and riding event. Garstad1 was the only cham- pion from last year to win again, as none of the others were able to finish on top in any of the five major events. Warren Wuthier of Ba n n e r, Wyo., won the most money with a first place finish in calf rop- ing and sixth in steer wrestl- ing. During the nine days of calf roping he collected and another in steer wres- tling. Jerry Sinclair of Farad i s e Hill, Sask., who became a pro- fessional rodeo cowboy only last month, rode off with the saddle bronc riding event and Race Results CALGARY (CP) Resulis from Victoria Park Saturday; First claiming, 4-year-olds and U0, 7 furlongs Whirling Wave (Sfadnvk) 3.90 3.10 Land Beyond (Norrls) 450 i-60, Go Go Glen (Barroby) 3.20. Time: Anita D, Yor Evad, Shirley S, Bar- anx. Moonlight Spirit also ran. Second claiming, and up. furlongs Tedlee (McCauley) s.n 3.BO 3.80, 'arkland Prince (Billlngsley) 3.80. Denver Pete (Hunt) 10.10. Time: 1-5 Sandy Beau, Doonbeg, Tlmol e n e, 'layficld, Cindy's Magic also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: Jll.JO. Third claiming, 3-year-olds and up, furlongs Northern BreeM (Norrls) 5.70 3.BO .00, Flying Phil (stadnyk) 5.80 4.00, Kitty stikine (Coombs) ASO. Time: 2-5 Queen, Smooth Edge, Des- Iny's Child, Prince Hackls, Canta- Ine also ran. Fourth claiming, 4-year-oIds and up, miles Chained Flag (McCauley) 5.60 .50, Roving Doctor. (Norrls) 10.10 4.SO, harp Reply (Sladnyk) 3.00. Priddis Dandy, Alisky, Hollyb urn, Kojo also ran. Fifth JMOO claiming, 4-year-olds and up, furlongs Miss Overall (Norrls) 18.20 7.60 4.10, "erraro (coombs) n.90 4.00, Luck Stu Rasmussen) 3.00 Time: Courteous, Twist, Cap tain loey. Honey Pal, Bonny Airs also ran. EXACTOR: Slxll! claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlonos Golden Wins (Coombs) 22-70 10.90 5.60, Lord Post (McCauley) 11.50 6.90, Wolfs Go Go (Shields) 3.80. Time: Oh My Honey, Grand Charm, Joey Law, Azure Sea, Brown Tuaue also ran. Seventh claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Little Gypsy (Barroby) 6.90 4.30 3.30, Hopi Joe (Stadnyk) 3.80 2.80, Rosles Steel (Rasmussen) 3.20.. Time: Last Theme, Wimple Street, F.I Hal- con, Kool Copy, Paddygeeasy also ran. Eighth 5MOO claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Madam Judge (Barroby) 3.60 2.80, Sabrio (Shields) 5.60 4.30, Hellen Grey (Billingsley) 310. Time: 2-5 Buster Kid, Sharon's Star, S h t r e Khan, Ace Award, Hola Fire also ran. QUINELLA: S31.90. He was the highest money-win- ner among Canadian contes- tants. Sinclair, who first tried broM riding three years ago, scored 70 points or more each time he climbed on a horse during the stampede and kept well ahead of tire veterans. Second in the saddle bronc event went to Dennis Reiners of Scottsdale, Wyo., who collected and John Picray of Sun- dre, Alta., was third for Ed Galemba of Stratford, Conn., won the steer wrestling but needed the fast time of 6.7 seconds in the final go round Saturday to move out of siith place. His total winnings John W. Jones 'of Moro Bay, Calif., finished second in the fi- nal standings, but fast times in earlier go rounds gave him Roy Duval of Boynton, Okla., was third to collect 152. Meanwhile Tom Dor- Chester ol Westerose, Alta., drove the Jack Sheckter Wagon to the Chuckwagon Racing Championship Saturday at the Calgary Stampede. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-409J AGGRESSIVE SALES REPRESENTATIVE REQUIRED To tell Chrysler- built automobile] and trucks. Experience an asset but not Thii ii an excellent opportunity For the right person. APPLY IN PERSON TO LORNE FRANZ, SALES MANAGER FLEMING MOTORS LTD. Cor. 7th St.- and 1st Ave. S. Alberta's Great Moments We've brewed a lot of great beers sines So why settle far less than Alberia's our pioneering days back at the turn of tha original Pilsner? Call for Lelhbridge PiU century. Especially Lethbridgs Pilsner. And enjoy your own Great Moments. Nearly half a hundred years of real beer flavour as distinctive as that crazy cast of characters on the label. Frankly old-fashioned and proud of it. And you can tasto tho tradition in every glass. Pilsner BEER ;