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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 1U 1ME juiy DISNEYLAND Priced from person Special rates for children. AIRFARE-CALGARY-LOS ANGELES RETURN. ACCOMMODATION TRANSFERS. PLUS EXTRAS -DE- PAHTURES EVERY FRIDAY. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Villain Mill __________________________Phone 328-8184 The Herald Sports Take exception to what some writers say i Nicklaus defend Open course TORONTO Defending champion Tom Weiskopf and Jack Nicklaus took exception Wednesday to accusations that Mississaugua Golf Club is not in cham- pionship form. Much of the layout was under water in the spring when the Credit River flooded. don't think a lot of you guys go beyond the 18th said Nicklaus be- fore he and Weiskopf embark- ed on their second practice round for the Canadian a 72-hole test for in prize money that began today. As for complaints of slow play in the initial two days of practice Weiskopf had this guys that do all the complaining don't play at the right time of day.-I play either very early in the day or very The two natives paired both Tuesday and Wednesday for late starts and dusk was falling when Defence solid in stopping Ti-Cats Jones emerges as Als' leader MONTREAL Defence wins says coach Marv Levy of Montreal but it doesn't hurt to have one or two superstars. defence played a super Levy told reporters following the Alouettes' 20-12 victory over Hamilton Tiger- Cats in the opening game of the Eastern Football Conference Wednesday night. But the game also showed that second-year quarterback Jimmy Jones is a team he said. The former University of Southern California star Learned with superstar Johnny Rodgers on an electrifying first-quarter 70-yard one of five passes caught by Rodgers for a total of 128 yards. execution on defence forced them into Levy said of Montreal's two pass two recovered fumbles and its ability to limit Hamilton to four field one in each quarter. Hamilton place-kicker Ian Sunter scored his three- pointers from distances of 24 and 27 yards. Jones had one pass inter- cepted and Montreal fullback Steve who had never fumbled during his pro- fessional career prior to the lost two against the Ti- cats. Jones also tossed a 16-yard touchdown to halfback Larry Smith in the second quarter. Kicker Don Sweet converted both first-half touchdowns and added field goals in the second and third quarters from 34 and 14 yards respectively. Rodger's spectacular touch- down brought many of the 246 spectators to their feet when he caught the ball at the Senior golf event set The Lethbridge and District Senior Men's Golf Association tournament is set to go this weekend at the Lethbridge Country Club. Minimum age for the tour- nament is 55 and interested shotmakers may register at the Country Club Saturday morning between and 8 a.m. The affair will conclude Sunday with trophy presen- tations and a steak luncheon. Hamilton 20-yard line between defenders Al .Brenner and Louis Clare and outraced them 20 yards to the end running backwards the last five yards. Hamilton coach Jerry Wil- liams told reporters he put back-up quarterback Bill Etter into the game in the third quarter because the team was not moving under Chuck Ealey. Ealey returned late in the game after Etter began suffering double vision following a hit by defensive end Junior Ah who was voted the game ball by his Alouette team-rnates. write us off Williams said. moved the ball pretty he said of the Ticats who were outrushed by the Als but gained 269 yards through the air compared with 182 for Montreal. Jimmies bounce Peterson helps out in win Alta. Calgary Jimmies blasted three home runs Wednesday as they bombed Kindersley Klippers 10-0 in an opening- round game in the 25th annual Lacombe Lions baseball tournament. The Jimmies of the Alberta Major League advanced to today's semi-finals against Moose Jaw Devons. Dave Kent Peterson of the Lethbridge Golf league Country Club Golf Low gross B. Van Packers 37. Low net A. Eatons 24. Low team net Eatons. S. A. W. B. Skelton 134. Eight-point sweep Oliver Industrial. Lakeview..................... 119 Gent III....................... 107 Bastedo's 107 L.O.F......................... 105 Packers...................... 104 Oliver Ind 102 Black's Men's................. 100 Reliance....................... 88 Dorigatti........................86 Perlsey........................ 86 Eatons 81 King Chrys 48 LAKESIDE LADIES Low net Collette Mildred Skrove 38. Low gross Collette Mildred Skrove 54. Low team net Mildred Skrove. Collette Ethel Thea de Barb Davis 162. Eight-point sweep Mildred Skrove over Faye's Apparel. STANDINGS Mildred Skrove .................64 Faye's Apparel..................47 Seeman's Jewellery .............37 Value Village ...................28 and Russ McKee socked homers for the Jim- who received five-hit pitching from Brian Kingman. The game was called after eight innings because of the 10-run rule. Bud Papadakis was the losing pitcher for the Klippers of the Northern Saskatchewan League. Red D.eer inspired by a seventh-inning home run by former major leaguer Ozzie scored a 9-4 victory over Ramblers in game three of the Tournament. who had a brief stint with the Kansas City Athletics of the American League several years ago and was picked up for the tournament by the blasted a 340-foot home run to break up a close 5-4 struggle in the seventh inning. The Generals assaulted three Rambler including loser Hal with 10 hits. The losers managed 11 Washington joins '49ers SANTA Calif. Running back Vic Washington reported in San Francisco '49ers' training camp Wednesday the club's first veteran player to defect from the National Football League Players' strike. who is heading into his fourth season with the was my decision alone to report. It takes time to mentally and physically prepare for a football and I need that although hobbled by a bad was the '49ers' leading rusher and kickoff returner last season. THE BENY BOYS HAVE STRIPPED DOWN FOR you can talk BORIS KORESHENKOV out of anything He'll give you a great buy on one of our re- maining 1974 models in your choice of colors and options. the Beny Boys have gone mad They've stripped down for action. Come in now Deal with Beny's... You'll BENY-fit BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd and 8th Street 8. 328-1101 hits but were unable to put them together against starter Fred Cardwell and fifth- inning reliever Bob Bridges who took the victory. Jessie Chavez scored on a long sacrifice fly by Don McLeod in the bottom half of the ninth inning to give Saskatoon Royals a 4-3 victory over Edmonton Tigers in the fourth game of the tournament. outstanding player of the tournament two years ago in a Tiger singled with one out in the bottom of the ninth and was driven around to third base on a single from Bob Brown of the Lakers. a Western Canada Junior Hockey League player with Saskatoon hit a high fly ball to centre field which could not be returned to the infield in time to stop Chavez. Al Cuadros went the distance in collecting the victory for Saskatoon while Tiger's Dave Dunbeck took the loss. McLeod homered for Saskatoon in the opening inning while Tigers got a home run from Dave Robb. The Royals advance against Red Deer Generals in semi- final action. Clark Gillies blasted a two- run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to give Moose Jaw Devons an 11-9 victory over Bears in the opening game. The home run by an all-star junior hockey player with Regina Pats last season who will play with New York Islanders of the National Hockey League next snapped a 9-9 tie. Roy Rowley picked up the victory in relief for the members of the Southern Saskatchewan Baseball League. Reliever Rick Babbich was charged with the defeat for the a touring college all-star team. Kindersley 000 000 0 5 1 Calgary 120 230 10 0 Papadakis Moline and Kingham and Powers. Peterson and McKee. Red Deer 120 200 10 1 Eston 001 210 11 4 Bridges and Hiemueller Ballou and Nelson. Chavarria. Edmonton 100 011 7 2 Saskatoon 200 010 4 10 4 Dunbeck and Cuadros and Sask McLeod. Berkeley 030 001 9 15 4 Moose Jaw 300 100 15 2 Kowallshen. Miller Law Hughes Babbich and Gleed Pusch Murray Rowley and Tolletson. BLACK PLAYER SIGNED Md. Mike Marson celebrated his 19th birthday Wednesday by signing with the expansion Washington becom- ing the second black player to join the National Hockey League this year. Terms of the multi-year contract were not disclosed. Montreal also signed a black they returned to the clubhouse. They will be among a field of 150 professionals and amateurs vying for the first prize. The three amateurs in the field alt earned exemptions from the Royal Canadian Golf Burns III of Port the 1973 Canadian amateur Ontario amateur Gary Cowan of and veteran Nick Weslock of Ont. who included the Philadelphia and Colonial among his 1973 tour has yet to win this year. Of the course he have to rank it in the top 10 on the tour this year so far as being beautiful and tough. hear that floods have left spots and that the course has been damaged. I've played courses that didn't have any flood problems and they really did have damaged spots. think this is in excellent The which underwent alterations last is not quite settled and could pose a problem with how shots react as they hit the surface. But neither player was of the opinion the green would be a factor in deciding a winner. I'd go so far to say the course is really in ex- ceptional said Nicklaus who lost here by a stroke in the 1965 Canadian Open to Gene Littler. Nicklaus has played in three Canadian finishing se- cond on two occasions and third stroke off the pace. It remains the only national title that he has competed for and never won. Lee Trevino. the 1971 cham- named Weiskopf and Nicklaus as the men to beat in the 65th challenge for the Canadian Open that has been won by a Canadian only Pat Fletcher of Saskatoon in since 1914. perennial leader in the money-winning list until this has won only the Hawaiian Open in 1974. He has in winnings. He trails Johnny Miller Hubert Green Hale Irwin and Jerry Heard none of whom are competing here. Miller withdrew because his wife is expecting a baby. Lee Dave Eichelberger and Dave Hill withdrew for un- specified reasons. Chuvalo manager unhappy TORONTO Irv manager of Com- monwealth welterweight champ Clyde Gray and Cana- dian heavyweight champ George Chuvalo complained Wednesday that the Com- monwealth Boxing Committee in England is trying to make him look bad. The Commonwealth Com- mittee issued a directive this week ordering pray to defend his title by the end of October and omitted Chuvalo from the list of contenders for the heavyweight title held by .Danny McAlinden of England. Ungerman released a copy of a letter he wrote July 11 to the Commonwealth Com- mittee asking that Chuvalo be matched against McAlinden and that Gray be matched against British welterweight champ John Stracey. Ungerman has been trying for several years to arrange a Commonwealth heavyweight challenge for but has been unsuccessful. A match against McAlinden was arranged a few months ago but McAlinden suffered a broken thumb in another match and the title fight was scrapped. Ungerman's letter to R. L. Clarke of the Commonwealth Committee said Gray and Chuvalo would both be willing LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Alberta Phont 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES ANDYCA. WE SORTA KNOW EACH OTHER I WENT ID SCHOOL WITH YOUR FATHER. I'VE VET TO MEET A MOSE INTELLIGENT BLOKE WHEN I LOOK AT you I THINK OF MY FATHER- 'E TOLD MEN TO RUN FROM Team Canada is all WHA WINNIPEG Coach Billy Harris said Wednesday that Team Canada '74 will be an exclusive World Hockey Association club that will stress sportsmanship during its eight-game series this fall against the Soviet Union. 'We're going to put as much emphasis on sportsmanship as on winning. We selected some guys with class and named coach of the year in the WHA last season while directing Toronto said there won't be many young players on the team I think it will take real mature men to play the The full Team Canada roster will be announced July 31 in but Harris said there will be no National Hockey League players on the team. Keon gave it a lot of serious but he was the only one who Harris said. first is to Toronto Maple Leafs and our final game in Prague would be too near the NHL opening. Dave and I agreed that one man alone should not step out. He would be isolating himself too Harris said he personally wanted Henri Richard of Montreal and Bernie Parent of Philadelphia ly because they did not have the opportunity to play in he and assistant- coach Bobby Hull both con- firmed that while at least four Boston Bruins' Bobby Orr and Phil they would play or someone decided for that they wouldn't extremely happy that it's a WHA Harris said. didn't plan it that way however. From the begin- ning we talked to the NHL players and invited them to join us. I would have liked to have had three or former coach of the Swedish national said an off ice training program has been set up for the 25 players and seven alternates to follow during the month of August. Softball finals The Lethbridge Bantam Northstars will host the 1974 provincial bantam A girls' softball championship finals this weekend. Four Alberta teams will take part in the two-day finals .which is slated to go Saturday afternoon. The home-standing Northstars will take on Calgary in the tourney opener at four o'clock while Camrose and a club from the Peace River zone will follow with their first games at six. The losers of the first two games will then square off in a do-or-die battle at eight o'clock to end the first round of the double-knockout tourney. Action will resume Sunday with games scheduled for 10 12 2 p.m. and possibly 4 p.m. All games will be held at the E'oe.tK'.ll three-quarters of the players I've talked to are al- ready on some sort of program. They're doing things this summer that they've never done before. I'm ex- tremely confident the guys will be in top shape Sept. That's when training camp opens in Edmonton and Harris said he will have his lines and defensive pairings ready for the first day the guys will have 16 days to get used to playing with each Harris plans to use six defencemen and four lines starting with the opening game Sept. 17 in Quebec City. Marie Thompson women's champ PRINCE ALBERT Six records were set in long- distance events Wednesday at the Canadian outdoor archery championships. John Horvath of won the 180-metre battle clout with 134 of a possible 180 to surpass by far the Canadian record of 92 set last year by Stuart Baxter of Ont. Six shooters broke the Canadian record of 136 in the men's a 165-metre event. The old record was set last year by Brian Walcovitch of Ont. Al Cliff of British Columbia was first with 163 of a possible 180. He was followed by Don Maple Horvath and Ted tied for Bill Gillespie and Stewart Prince 139. Marie Thompson of Lethbridge won the women's 125-metre clout with 131 of a possible one more than Joan McDonald of Toronto. They were followed by Vi Muir of Victoria with 129 and Leslie Gillespie of Edmonton at 127. Marc St. Arnaud of Laval. Que.. won the boys clout with 163 of 180. Grant Gillingham of Prince Albert. Jim's was second with 153 and was followed by Bernard Simon of Que.. with 151. Jim Gillingham of Prince Albert was runner-up in the battle clout with two more than Gary Thackray of Regina. Quebec led the junior provincial challenge competition with 6.028 aggregate. 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