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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THI LITHMIDGI HHAID July 1970 CITY CHAMPIONS The Tigers won the Lethbridge Senior little Walter, Murray Westling. Back row, left to right, John Fox, Larry Boulton, League championship recently. The winners are, front' row, left to right, Myles Fox, Wesley Tuttle, Tom Jensen, Ken Kurtz, Bill Harris, Kim Speel- Barry Hisaoka, Rod Burr, Randy Cicoa, Craig Brown, Otis Tuttle, Billy man, Lome Coyle. Missing, Dick Rigelhof and his son Dick and Peter Elkjar. Stirling Moss Indicates Change Coming Drivers Face A Major Reorganization TORONTO (CP) There could be a major reorganization of the Formula I roster of driv- ers for the 1971 season, says Stirling Moss. Two veteran Grand Prix driv- ers, Jack Brabham of Australia and Graham Hill of Britain are talking of retiring and two newer stars, Jochen Rindt of Austria and Jackie Ickx of Bel- gium, may join the ranks of the bystanders. "If Jochen wins the world championship tliis year, I defi- nitely think he will quit Moss said In an interview. "As for Graham Hill, it is a pity he didn't stop while people remembered his greatness. He's in a trap now because he's on a downgrade and he must con- tinue racing if he wants to get back up." Rindt is leading the world championship standings after winning at the Monaco, Dutch and British Grand Prix. Hill was world champion in 1962 and 1968 but was badly in- jured at the United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen, N.Y., last October. SHOULD RETIRE "Jack Brabham has done it so well for so long that he ought to retire said Moss, veteran competitor who retired several years ago after a severe injury. Brabham is second in the standings near wins at Monaco and in the British Grand Prix. Moss forecast that Ickx will retire unless the Ferrari firm of Italy offer him a fantastic sum of money to drive for them. Even if there is a spate of re- tirements, there will be no shor- tage of drivers looking to fill the Formula I cockpits, but accord- ing to Moss these powerful open-wheel cars require excep- tionally good drivers. "Take Peter Gethin, for in- said Moss. "He has only just been able to get a Formula I drive and he's Mauro Hot, Scores Nine In Lethbridge Minor Soccer action the Royals clobbered the Black Hawks by a score of 17-1 last evening. Joe Mauro was a standout for the Royals as he booted in no less than nine goals. Louis Papp chipped in with three goals while Max White- ford aided the cause with a brace. Singletons came from the boots of Graham James Mars and Paul Bechd- holt. For the Black Hawks DwByne Larson averted the shutout as he scored the lone goal. not likely to qualify in the first four rows of the grid. As far as Can-Am driving is concerned, he stepped straight into a team McLaren at Edmonton and is a good enough driver in that cate- gory to place second behind Dems Hukne." Most European drivers look on Formula I as the ultimate goal of their racing careers, but the route to the Grand Prix cars is not an easy one. David Hobbs of England, at 30, has been racing for 10 years. Hobbs said: FIVE-LITRE BETTER "Most constructors go for the 20-year-old 'not shot from the Formula HI cars. Then if they are any good they have them for 10 or 20 years. All the same I consider that driving a five- litre Formula A car is much closer to Formula I than driving small one-litre Formula II. car." Hobbs hopes that John Sur- FINAL Summer Safety Contest FIND THE BROKEN The Elmer rule broken here Is number tees of Britain, a former world champion, will have built a sec- ond Surtees Formula I car by September so that Hobbs can race it in the Canadian and U.S. Grands Prix. At the Edmonton Can-Am Sunday, Hobbs drove the Agipou Ford which lasted only one lap. He is on his way to Le Circuit Mont Tremblent, Que., for next Saturday's Formula A Continen- tal Championship race. The only Canadian who has a continuing Formula I contact is Toronto's George Eaton, al- though others have raced For- mula I cars on occasion. Bill Brack, Eppie Wietzes, Al Pease, John Cordts and Ludwig Heimrath all of the Toronto area and Peter Broeker of Montreal have all had a turn on the Grand Prix trail. Wins Herald Trophy McLean Tops At Shoot It was a big weekend at the Lethbridge Trap Club for Jim McLean of the city. Competing in the annual Lethbridge Trap Club Shoot McLean came up with top hon- ors and won The Lethbridge Herald trophy for his outstand- ing marksmanship. McLean won the handicap event with a score of 90 out of a possible 100 to win the Al- berta Gun Craft trophy and then added The Herald trophy to his collection as overall win- ner of the third and fourth ev- ents with a score of 190 of 200. Nev Fellows scored 94 to win Hie long yardage in the handi- cap while short yardage went to Hugh Leslie with a 93 score. In event number three, sin- gles, Jerry Lane of the Mon- tana Trap Club came up with a score of 98 of a possible 100 to win. In the three classes in event number three the win- ners were Ken Kotkas with a score of 96 in class A, Wes Fish, 98 in class B and the class C title went to Don New- man with a 97. In winning the singles Lane took home the Beny Chevrolet trophy. Event number one saw Dar- rel Albiston of Lelhbridge em- erge the champion. He scored a 94 and had to win in a shoot off with Dune Taylor of Cal- gary after the two tied. Taylor didn't go home empty handed however as he won the long yardage while Gordon Huntley won the short yardage with a 91. Huntley is from Lyalta. Tlie Arias Bros, trophy for event number two went to Max Huntley of Lyalta with an 88. Taylor took the class A hon- ors in event number two with an 85. Class B was won by Nev Fellows .with an 86 while George Woo had an 82 good enough to win class C. Ragaii Leads Qualifiers HARRISON, N.Y. (AP) Dave Ragan of Orlando. Fla., fired a five-under-par 67 Mon- day on the 6'700-yard West Course at Westchester Country Club to lead the final 13 quali- fiers for the fourth annual Westchester Golf Clas- iic, The 72-hole tournament start- ing Thursday will have a field of of the largest on the Professional Golf Association for- the top prizB and the title won last year by Frank Beard. Beard, along with the first two winners of the tourney, Jack Nicklaus and Julius Bpros, will be in the field. So will the only four men to win golf's pro of the U.S. and Brit- ish Opens, the Masters and PGA Player, Ben Hogan, Gene Sarazen and Nicklaus. Tied one stroke back of R.agan at 68 were Dick Rautman of Menlo Park, Calif., Dudley Wysong of McKinney, Tex., and John Baldwin of Port Washing- ton, N.Y. Fog forced a one-hour delay jefore the 90-man field battling for the 13 non-exempt berths could FROM PARK UKE-While most visitors go to Pork Lake for swimming and booting, Emanuel Zuehlke of Warner recently tried his luck at fishing. The result was this pike caught near the boat launch. It was inches long and inches around the girth. It was taken on eight-pound test line. It wenf for a red and white Len Thompson. DATSUN 1600 PICKUP the most misunderstood truck in the country Elmer is giving away j HOW TO ENTER COM- BIKES TWO BOYS' COM ACCESSORY KITS kit valuable for yOur 1. Show which Elmer rule is beinq broken above and colour the picture. 2. Fill out entry form. Print clearly. 3. Cut out along dotted lines and mail to adc'ress shown. 4. Any Canadian child.between 6 and 14 may enter. All entries become property of.Elmer'the Safety Elephant. Judges' deci- sion firidl. MAIL BEFORE A U G. 4 TO: SAFETY QUIZno.4 BOX mn, STATION A. TORONTO 1, ONT, NAME......... STREET ADDRESS.. City or tc.-.ri AGE Boy Gitl I CANADA SAFETY THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD We built the Datsun 1600 pickup to be a tough, rugged, no-nonsense, hard-working tool. Fine, A lot of people bought it for just that. But a lot of other people bought it and they don't use it for work. They use it for play. We put a sturdy 96 horse engine in it because a working truck needs lots of power. We designed it to haul a ton, because a working truck should ba able to handle heavy loads. It gets up to 30 miles the more-for-your-money truck "N (DATSUN to the gallon, because a working truck should ba economical to operate. And it handles like a nifty little car because there's no reason why a truck that wears like a lank should handle like a tank. We built North America's number-one selling imported truck to work for its living and they're out there living a life of pleasure, Where did we go wrong? 42175 SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE, PORT OF ENTRY VANCOUVER, MONTREAL, HALIFAX PLUS LOCAL FflEIGHT AND HANDLING, LICENCE, PROVINCIAL TAX IF APPLICABLE. There are more than 1000 Datsun dealers across Canada and the U.S.A. FOREIGN CAR (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. Corner 3rd Ave, llth Street S, (FQRMfrUY MECHANIC 5AIES) Phens 327-3933 ;