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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta it _ TH! LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, July 30, 1770 LEAVE FOR CARMAN Members of the Ulhbriage against Newfoundland in the morning and New Brunswick Miners are seen boarding the bus for Carman Man. and in the evening. The finals will feature the first and second- the Canadian junior baseball championships which open place teams from the Miner's division and the survivors of Friday. Miners, Alberta champions, will meet Saskalch- the other. A sudden death final between the two winners ewan Friday morning and Quebec Friday evening. They will decide the Canadian title, play the host Carman team Saturday and finish off Sunday___________________________________________ Rough Riders Missed Many Chances jLJ.ctiJ.ji.-iJ OTTAWA (CP) In the dressing rooms, you couldn't tell the'wimu'ng team from the loser. Minutes after Hamilton Ti- ger-Cats drew first Mood in the new Eastern Football Confer- enco schedule by defeating Ot- tawa Rough Riders 17-15 Wednesday night, Hamilton coach Joe Restic was complain- ing bitterly about the officiat- ing. In the Ottawa room, coach Jack Gotta was making optimis- tic comments aHout his rookie quarterback Gary Wood and predicting Riders "will come siong." Esaw Takes Full Blame TORONTO (CP) -Johnny Esaw, sports director for the CTV network, said Wednesday he takes full blame for obscenities picked up by long- range microphones and broad- cast during the live telecast of the Hamilton-Ottawa Eastern Football Conference game. Even before the game in Ot- tawa ended Wednesday night, firas began calling complaints to CFTO in Toronto and CJOH in Ottawa, the CTV affiliates involved in the eastern net- work telecast. Esaw said in a television in- terview after the game: "We were trying for better field he said. "I guess we got too dose to the Hamilton bench." l JLJLJL; BONANZA DAZE Aug, 2nd and 3rd See You There! Restic said the w-yrk of ref- eree BH1 Shepherd of Toronto and his four-man crew was "un- believable, unforgivable and abysmal." He was' particularly angry about an interference call on de- fensive halfback Bob Krcuse. It gave Riders possession on the s 5 Restic Hamilton 30 late in the third quarter while the teams were only a few points apart. Restic said the call was made by linesman Lome Wood of Ot- tawa, the official farthest away from the play. The other four on top of the play hadn't called it, he said. EDMONTON (CP) Race results Wednesday at Northlands Park: First claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 1-16 Pocket Boss (Coombs) 5.20 3.30 2.50, Western Champ (Hedge) 6.dO 4.00, Western Haio (Blllingsley) 2.BO. Time: 1-5 Bufablegummer, Double Memory, Maple Ann, Hope Dies Hard, Ron Dot also rah. Second SMOO, claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- Master (Hedge) 31.00 8.90 S.50, Fog Patches (Stadnyk) 4.20 3.20, Diddle (Billingsley) 3.40. Time: 4-5 Mullifold, Sickle's Queen, Dr. Nile, Heiration, Tidal Breeze also ran, DAILY DOUBLE: S82.70. Third claiming, 4-year-olds and up, miles Yardstick Stories CALGARY 34, WINNIPEG 10 Wpg. Cal. First downs 12 15 Yards rushing 72 B7 Yards passing 53 Mi Net offence 127 351 Passes made-lried 10-27 1J-27 Interceptions-yards 3-BJ 2-33 Punts-avg yards l-t-40 10-42.4 Fumbles-fumbles lost l-o l-l Penalties-total yards 3-17 5-25 HAMILTON 17, OTTAWA 1! First downs Yards rushing....... Yards passing...... Nef offence......... Passes made-tried Interceptions......... Punts-avg. yds....... Fumbles-lost Penalties-total yds.' Mam 23 117 19-26 12-29 -3 -3 5-49.8 9-4S.1 Night Shine (Blllingsley) 19.10 10.60 700, Short Circuit (Hunt) 20.60 12.50, Some Flag (Barroby) 8.40. Time: Silk Bullons, Momentarily, Randon Rage, Gay CIrpe, Yor Evad, Tctra- lass, Ice Alby also ran, Fourth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, Homecoming Day (Pacheco) 18.30 B90 510, Parent's Joy (Shields) 6.90 3.80, Keniucky Story (Hedge) 4.40. Time: 1-5 Hot Flight, Shy Pirate, Kathy's Miss, Anticipation, Tiger Tuff also ran. Fifth claiming, jf-year-olds and up, Kimbrook (Rasmussen) 19.40 4.40 4 20, Finding Ways (Stadnyk) 3.90 2.90, Prairie Blue (Hedge) 3.10. Time: 2-5 Desert Bunny, Fleet Fay, College Count, Mafic Cort also ran. Track Scratch: Puget Sound EXACTOR: 166.70. Sixth claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Jim Keefe (Barroby) 14.40 6.60 4.40, Cariboo Red (Billingsley) 5.20 3.80, River Hawk (Rasmussen) 6.10. Time: 2-5 Raider Boy, Footprint, Empll's Lar- go, Cash Deposit, Legal Leo also ran. Seventh added. The Debulante Stakes, 5 furlongs Cindy's Sister (Parsons) 3.80 3.40 2.60, Lady Shelmerdeen (Billingsley) 5.90 3.20, Four Lights (Hunt) 2.90. Time: M Speed's Beauty, Tis Foolery, Dream- n Demon also ran. Track Scratch: Joy Little. Eighth claiming, and up, 7 furlongs Western Runner (Shields) 19.60 7.00 4.80, Jasper Park (Norris) 5.10 3.70, Oceme (Rasmussen) 4.60. Time: 1-5 Polish Rod, Western Arrow, Wauf- naut, De Moon, 'Wee Celtic also ran. QUINELLA: ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO SPECIAL! SDS 3M Automatic Radio 8 TRACK AUTO STEREO TAPE PLAYER For car or boat also plays 4 track wilh Artisan 840-8 Track Auto Stereo gidget. For people on the go'. The perfect i'f'sDs'sOsVr'Joi'Spscikeri companion for those long hours on the road l_g Track Tape............ 7.95 Compact In size rich in tonal quality. TOTAL VALUE 103 85 Our Regular Everyday Low Price 82.85. Limited quantify available at this price, SUPER SPECIAL 69.95 We lake pleasure in announcing the WINNERS in Ihe Anglo Distributor! CJOC "SOUND DRAW" held tlur ng Whoop-Up Days in lethbridge. SONY TRANSISTOR RADIOS- Josephine Ebncr, Coalda e; and Dusty Road, lethbridge. UOYD'S CASSETTE RECORDER-Pat McNnir, lethbridge. ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS 419 5th Sf. s, STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE Phono 323-6922 Restic also was bitter about the single point Ticats got when Rider Billy Van Burkleo dropped to Ms knees in the Ot- tawa end zone. Van Burkleo had fielded a Hamilton punt in his own zone, appeared to have run out of the end zone with it and then cut back ia where he was tackled. Officials ruled it a single point. Eestic said tile Ottawa back was "easily two yards out of his end" when he decided to re-enter it, and that Hamilton should have been awarded two points. In the end though, it was Ot- tawa's inability to take advan- tage of golden scoring 'Opportun- ities that decided the outcome. Hamilton fumbled four times in the last quarter alone; five times in all during Hie game. Quarterback Joe Zuger gave up three interceptions and Hamil- ton was nailed with three inter- ference calls. FAIL FANS But Wood failed consistently to move Ottawa at key mo- ments and fans went away disappointed. i The game was played in near-80 degree temperatures and both coaches said the humid weather probably ac- counted for the five Hamilton fumbles. Fullback Willie Bethea and end Tommy Joe Coffey scored touchdowns lor Hamilton. Be- thea cracked over from three yards out after taking a lateral fiom Zuger. Coffey got his on a 12-yard pass. Coffey also kicked a field goal, a single and a convert. Fullback Jim Mankins got Ot- tawa's only touchdown on one-yard dive into the Hamilton end zone. Ivan MacMillan com- pleted Ottawa scoring with two field goals, two singles and a convert. On Hie night's work, Hamilton deserved the win. Finals Set For Weekend The Lethbridge Senior Rec- reation Baseball League will stage the senior zone playoffs this coming weekend Aug- ust 1-2. Teams included in the two day affair will be the Leth- bridge Cr'eighton Cubs, Vulcan Giants, Brooks Legionnaires and the Pincher Creek Chi- nooks. The Pincher Creek Chinooks edged the Enchant Red Sox for the final playoff berth because of their percentage of the num- ber of wins to that of losses was better. Vulcan and Brooks will launch the double knockout tournament at Saturday while the Chinooks will tangle with the Cubs in the final game of the day commencing at 8 p.m Action will resume Sunday morning at 11 with the losing teams r? Saturday's encounters while ,-i 2 o'clock the winners of Saturday's events will stage a gam-. .uiing at (lie win- ners of the .11 o'clock contest will meet the losers of the 2 o'clock gams. The final game will be held at 8 o'clock Sunday evening. All the games will be staged at the Henderson Baseball Park. Strong Second Half Turns Johnson in the second half completed six of 20 passes foi 72 yards. Johnson hit four receivers on eight attempts for 32 yards. They each had a pass intercepted. Calgary collected a net offence of 351 yards compafec with 127 by Winnipeg. League play continues Friday night with Edmonton Eskimos visiting Regina for a game against the Koughridcrs. CALGARY (CP) Coach ,Jim Duncan praised flanker Gerry Shaw and defensive lac-hie John Helton "for making the big plays" Wednesday nighl, enabling Calgary Stampeders to whip Winnipeg Bine Bombers 34-10 in a Western Football Conference game. "Shaw's second touchdown in the third quarter had to be the turning point of the Duncan said in an interview. He said Winnipeg's defensive halfback Ed Ulmcr "appeared to misjudge" a pass, allowing Shaw to scamper to the end zone for a 59-yard touchdown on a toss from quarterback Jerry Keeling. The six-pointer wiped out a 10-7 Winnipeg lead and with Hie help of Rudy lAnterman's convert gave the St'ampeders a 14-10 mar'gin. "Without John's (Helton) play at left tackle we might have been in a lot of Duncan said. "That had to be his best game with this he did everything right." Helton repeatedly broke through the Winnipeg offensive line and on two occasions nailed quarterback Wally Gabler for large losses. But the Stampeders, who displayed a listless pop-gun attack in the first half, got the win when they erupted for 33 points in the final 30 minutes to prevent the Bomber's from winning their first game at McMahon stadium since the 1965 playoffs. GRAB EARLY LEAD The Bombers, who picked up nine first downs to none for the Stampeders in the first half before fans, held a 7-1 lead after the opening quarter on Ga-bler's 12-yard run and Gene Lakusiak's convert. They increased their lead to 10-1 in the second quarter when Lakusiak booted a 23-yard field goal, set up by fullback Bob Houmard's 14-yard dash from Uie Calgary 39. However, it was all Calgary in the second half as the Stampeders collected 15 first downs compared with three for the Bombers. Shaw and tight end Herman Harrison each scored hvo touchdowns for Calgary. Harrison got one on a 12-yard pass from rookie quarterback Larry Lawrence in the final quarter. Shaw's touchdowns and Harrison's first came on passes from Keeling. Fullback Hugh McKinnis scored the other Calgary touchdown on a two-yard run. Linter-man, who replaced place-kicker Larry Kobinson, was good on three of five convert attempts. He also kicked a 75-yard single. Robinson, Calgary's regular place kicker, missed the game due to strained knee ligaments. Asked if he gave the Stampeders a pep talk after the first half, Duncan said: "I didn't tell them a thing. They were a little tight in the first league game. In fact, both teams were tight as they were trying to see how the other club operated. But we got ourselves into a jam and worked ourselves out of Hfim 1 w IftvllK Ho said Keeling "wasn't throwing Ihe ball thai well but a couple of the boys made good catches on bad passes ant Jerry came to life." Keeling, who had two passes intercepted by safety Paul Brute, completed 13 of 23 passes for 252 yards. Lawrence was good on one of thr.ee for 12 yards, and he also had a pass Past Halfback Dave Cranmcr was the top Calgary rusher with Sll yards on seven carries. Hou-mard gained 48 yards on 13 tries. In pass receiving, Bob McCarthy of the Stampeders caught three for 81 yards. Shaw hauled in three for 80 yards, while Winnipeg's Ken Nielsen caught four foi' 39 yards. Gabler, who shared quarter-backing duties with rookie Feature 0! The will participate. As well as the Edmonton cars there will be competitors from Great Falls, Missoula, Columbia Falls anc Kalispell in Montana and Calgary, L e t h bridge, Medicine Hat; Brooks, Taber, Cranbrook and the Crowsnest Pass. E Two days of action will bring the Exhibition Track to life this coming holiday weekend. The southern Alberta Auto Racers ar'e staging the biggest event of the racing season this weekend as their contribution to Bonanza Days. Thirty-six races will be staged in the two-day extravaganza including 18 Sunday and the same number again Monday. Time trials will get trader way each evening at five o'clock with racing at seven. The drivers will be competing for some in prize money as well as trophies. Sunday evening the attention, in the modified class facing meet, will be on the A and B class machines. Also on tap Sunday will be a number of V-8 and C class races but the spotlight will be on the more powerful cars. Sunday's feature race will see a 40-lap A class race he run off. The race is not only for "class cars" but may involve some B machines if their qualifying times are fast enough. Monday evening the Of I light of the meet will be a V-8 Sportsman 40-lap feature. The evening's car'd will include A, B and C class races as well. The event is shaping up as a big one as a number of fuel injected cars from Edmonton have already indicated j: ELRICH TIRE g, 1 SPORT %JL- ______________ 3 1 LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Baltimore 63 29 .618 Detro t 56 44 .560 6 New York 54 46 .540 8 Boston 51 48 .515 Cleve and 48 53 .475 14V: Washington 46 54 ,460 16 West Minnesota 62 34 .646 C3 fornia 5B 44 .569 7 Oakland 55 45 .550 9 Kansas City 37 64 .366 Milwaukee 37 64 .36rt Chcago 36 68 30 TODAY'S GAME; Bo5ton Nagy 3-3 sr Oakland Hunter 13-8 N Washington Brunei 7-5 at Milwaukee Fatten 6-8 N Kansas City Johnson 3-7 at Detroit McLain 2-2 N Minnesota Perry 15-B at Cleveland Hargan '4-2 N Only games scheduled. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Hew York 013 202 8 12 1 California 000 300 384 K ine, Klirr.kowski (2-3) Hamilton (5 Aker (6) and Munson; Wright (14-8) Laroche Bradley Doyle F sher (9) and Azcue. Boston .000 200 A 1 1 Oakland 000 001 150 Gulp (11-9) and Moses; Segul Laeeman Locker (9 and Duncan, Fernandez HR: Oakland, Camp-aneris Washington 000 MO 4 TT 0 MiwauKee MO 010 2 5 1 Bqsman Coleman Grzen-da (3 and Roseboro, Casanova Krauase (10-11) Sanders (a and Roc HRs: Howard Epstein May Kansas City 100 000 3 8 1 Detroit .100 062 10 11 l Rooker Fitzmorris Bunker (7 and Rodriguez; Cain Timmerman (7) and Freehan. HRs: Stanley (2) (9) Wert Minnesota 010 002 8 13 1 C cveland 025 f 8 7 Boswell Hamm Woodson (5, Williams (7) and MWer'w a I'd; Chance Austin Lasher Hand Ellsworth (9) and Foose. HRs: Kllleorew Ollva (16) Pinson Neflles Chicago .000 000 2 8 Baltimore 000 700 1 0 Miller, Wood (5-10) (8) and Joseph-son; Hardin (9) and LEAGUE East W L Pet. GBL Pittsburgh A6 .5d9 York 51 a .540 Chicago .51 49 .510 4 Philadelphia 46 52 .469 S Montreal a 57 Mi im SI. Louis a 58 .426 1214 Wcsl Cincinnati ..71 32 .489 Los Angeles 57 44 .574 12 Atlanta 49 52 .485 21 fian Francisco 47 52 .475 22 Houston 44 55 .455 24 Ssn Bicso 40 <3 i38s 3, TODAY'S GAMES 3'" 9 Allanla le c'ndnna" Only games scheduled. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS San Diego 000 310 ooo __ 3 4 i Montreal .210 Oio 4 7 o 1 Kirby Roberts Dikes (8) and Barton, Morton (14-6) and Bate-man. HR: Staub Pittsburgh 821 SCO 3 81 Cincinnati 000 022 480 Ellis Walker Colpaert (7) and Sanguillen; Nolan Carroll Granger (8) and Bench, San Francisco 000 010 4 10 1 New York 701 000 260 Piflock McMahon and DIetz Koosman, Folkcrs (0-2) Frlsella Taylor (9) and Dyer. HRs: Bonds (2) NY-Clendenon Houston .010 TOO 1 fl Chicago (00 020 9 t Dierkcr Bouton -Culver (7) and Edwards, Watson Holtzman (11-9) and Hundley. HRs: Rader Williams Hundley Callison St. Louis 100 040 11 1 Allanla 004 000 7 72 Torrez, Limy (1-5) (7) and Torre; Reed (3-4) Navarro (8) Stone (9) Whl -helm (9) and 'King. HRs: Jav er Allen Hague Aaron (2) King LEAGUE LEADERS AB R M Pet. Carty, Alt 324 67 116 .353 Clemente, Pbh 312 47 111 Perez, Cine 373 77 .126 -.338 GuSton, SD 303 59 126 .329 Hickman, Chi 3lj 65 103 .328 Grabltrkewilz, LA 319 61 10-! .326 Rose, Cine 400 74 123 .320 Cepeda, At! 370 SB 118 .319 Dietz, SF 302 J9 96 .318 Tolan, Cine 366 68 116 .317 Home Runs: Bench, Cine. 3J; Rich Allen, St. L 30; Williams, Chi. 30; Perez, 30. Runs bailed In: Bench, 97; Perez 96; Williams, 94. Pitching: Simpson, Cine, 14-2, .875; Giusli, P'gh, 8-2, .800; Nolan, Cine., .778; Carroll, Cine., 7-2, .778. Hawks Gain Victory The Black Hawks came right back after being bombed 17-1 by the Hoyals Monday night to edge the North Stars 3-1 in Minor Soccer action. Currently the North Stars arc tied in first place with the Royals and. this was a big lift to the Black Hawk members. Ron Gretzinger paced the victory popping in two goals while George Seiller chipped in with a singleton. For the North Stars Sergio Ca-tcni averted a shutout by booting in one in a losing WELCOME CHICAGO (AP) National Football League owners vyill open their training camps today to "any players wishing to a move obviously aimed at cracking the holdout of veteran players in a bitter contract CUSHION SALE New 5" Polyfoam Cushions in various sizes. Made for recreation vehicles but can be adapted for apartment use. Ideal for student apartment furnishing. PRICE (LIMITED SUPPLY) PREBCO RECREATION VEHICLES 600 4th Ave. N. LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. 01 va, Minn 381 66 125 .328 YBstrzemski, Bos 351 79 714 .325 A. Johnson, Cal 406 53 131 .333 F. Robinson, Bal 321 59 103 .321 J. Powell, Bal 354 59 113 .319 Harper, Mil 391 72 124 .317 Aparic o, Cht 385 65 122 .317 R. Smith, Bos 373 69 116 .311 Killebrew, Minn 329 64 102 .310 Cater, NY 382 4? 1IB .309 Home Runs: KHIebrew, 32; F. Howard, Wash. 29; Powell, 27. Runs bailed in: Powell, 67; KMIe-brew, 85. Howard, 79, Pitching: Cain, Del., 10-3, .769; McDowell, Cleve., 15-5, .750; R. Hall, Ba 8-3, INGFIELD FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" E TIRES 79.50 Kbl. ISfr PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming Instruction SESSION IV CHILDREN'S MORNING CLASSES There are several vacancies remaining in Session IV (Aug. 6th to Aug. 21st, 1970) of the Children's Morning Swimming Classes at the Fritz Sick and Lions Swimming Pools. (The Henderson Pool has been filled to capacity.) Anyone interested may register from now through Aug, 5thr 1970, at the pool of their choice during 6 ply swimming hours. Registration Fees are as ELRICH TIRE LTD.I COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE! 402 lit ftuth or 327-4445 Intermediate, Senior and Survival Swimming per child For further information contact Mr. Tom Hudson at the Parks and Recreation Department, 328-2341, local ;