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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, July 30, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Says; Golf't Million Dollar Wlnrwr THE SHORT, HIGH PITCH Very often during the' course of your golfing rounds you'll be faced with a'short pitch over an intervening bunker.'There not be much green "room" between its hear edge and the cup. As a result you're going to have to hit a soft, fluffy shot that won't roll. ah open, narrow stance, but' keep' your shoulders and hips square 51. to the line. Use your sand wedge if you have a good lie, and position your hands even with or a little behind the'.bali. The idea is to slide, the clubhead under the ball. Control your swing almost exclu- sively with your left hand. Be brave with this shot, for if you hit it correctly it won't go too far.. Get it oycr that bunker for sure! e Minor Ball What started out as a best- of-three series has now become a one-game showdown between the Norcrest Little League All- Takes Junior Golf Lead EDMONTON (CP) Pat Lit- tie of Edmonton displayed su- perb putting Wednesday for a one stroke first round lead in the Alberta Junior Golf Championships. The 18 year old fired a 36 on the front nine and a 38 com- ing home for a three over par 74 on the rain swept Windermere Golf and Country Club. One stroke back at 75 are Dave Buker of Calgary, Darwin Sturko of Edmonton and de- fending champion Don Graham of Medicine Hat. Ken Hitchcock of Edmonton is alone at 76 while Don Snowdon of Calgary and Mike Hogan of Red Deer shot 77- today. At seven over par 78s are Mark Loftus of Calgary, Darcy Dumont of Calgary, Larry Kemshed of Red Deer and Bri- an Hill, Edmonton Junior cham- pion. The 12 best scorers plus ties after today's (Thursday) second round will advance to the third round Friday. Stars and the Lakeside Little League All-Stars. The two clubs are battling for the to represent this region in the western Canada playoffs August 10 in LetH- bridge and a chance to ad- vance further on the trail to the Canadian championships. Lakeside drew first blood Monday evening with a 3 1 triumph but Wednesday ning Norcrest, facing tion, stopped the Lakeside club 7-3. Scott Jarvie picked up the win as he fanned rone and gave up just five hits while the loss went to Len Lennox, who had relief help from Ken Hall. Brian Robinson, who was the losing pitcher Monday, shone it the plate Wednesday as he got to Lennox for three safeties. Lennox pounded out a home run, with two mates aboard, to account for the Lakeside runs. The one-game, sudden-death encounter is set for Dave El- ton Park Friday evening at ELDER SECOND LONDON (CP) -Canada's James Elder beat out Britain's world champion David Broome finish second Wednesday night in horse-jumping compe- tition for the classic King eorge V gold Cup at Wem- )ley. Aaron Sinks Cardinals Twins, Orioles Beaten, Detroit Gains Ground By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bill Melton and Dean Chance, the strikraut kings, have finally broken out of their slumps. Melton, Chicago White Sc outfielder who struck out times in as many official bate until he flied out Tuesda night, made contact Wednesda night with two hits that keyi the White Sox 2-1 victory ov the Baltimore Orioles. Chance, perhaps the worst h tor in baseball, also had two im portant hits that started tl Cleveland Indians to a 9 squeaker over the Minnesol Twins. Chance shrugged off the finis of his seven-year slump. ''Why are you so surprised? he asked. "It's not a big thin at all. Once before I got two hi n one game and I got those o he best pitcher in baseball- Sam McDowell." With both division leaders lo ing, only Detroit Tigers wer able to take advantage with .0-3 victory over Kansas City 1 rail within six games of the On >les in the East. California An jels were beaten by the Ne York Yankees 8-3 and remainec seven back of the Twins in tb West. In other games, Boston Rec Sox stopped Oakland Atletics 4- and Washington Senators nudged 'Milwaukee 4-2. Melton, wlfo tied a record las by fanning seven times n a doubleheader, and the added three more whiffs in his next game Tuesday night befor titling the ball, was a new ma Wednesday night. After popping out in the firs nning and flying out hi tt ourth, he smashed a double i open the seventh, and score he tying run on Duane Josep! son's single. Then in the ninth, he singlec with tone out, moved to third o Fosephson's single, off loser Jim lardin, 2-2, and scored the wir ning run on Bob Spence's sacr ice fly off reliever Pete- Ric! Hank Aaron is taking the hig oad; Carl Morton and Wayn Granger the low. And' it's ;ood bet all three will get wher liey're going. Aaron hammered a pair bin-high fast balls over the A anta Stadium fences Wednes ay night, knocking in five runs nd leading the Atlanta Brave o a 9-7 comeback victory ove t. Louis Cardinals. Morton, Montreal Expos pre- ocious pitching ace, kept th all down and inside little Jarrj ark while hurling the Expo ast San Diego 4-3 for his 14t ictory of the season. Granger, Cincinnati Heds gifted relief specialist, regis ered his 24th save of the year y tossing double play balls ir le eighth and ninth innings a Reds nipped PittsburgI tales 4-3. Bobby Bonds drove in three uns with1 two homers as San Yancisco Giants trimmed the ew York Mets 4-2 and the Chi You might be wondering what the heading has to do with the illustration, and what this ad is doing in the Sports Section. It's simple. We're offering you a ca- reer. You may not consciously be looking for a new job but might be thinking about it. The Depart- ment of National Revenue is looking for bright, young, alert and ambitious taxmen. Taxman? You bet your sweet dollar. If you're a recent university or technological institute graduate, you can step into a position with a really progressive organization. National Revenue, Taxation is an aware outfit staffed in large part, by people like you. You would start with responsibility, chal- lenge, an excellent training pro- gram and unlimited career po- tential. This whole ad, including the illustration, is our way of trying to tell you that we're not that stuffy.' Contact: Director of Taxation Calgary Public Building, 205-8th South East, Calgary, Tel: 265-8890 IF YOUR CAREER-NEEDS NEED SATISFYING, WE'RE HERE. Th8 Department of National Revenue, Taxation cago Cubs slugged Houston As- tros 9-2 in National League day games. Los Angeles Dodgers night game at Philadelphia with the Phillies was rained out. Aaron's second homer of the game and his 28th Of the year produced the last three of five Atlanta runs in the seventh! in- ning, bringing the Braves back from a 6-4 deficit. He also drilled a two-run homer in the third and needs 18 to reach the GOO career mark surpassed by only two Ruth and Willie Mays. No Excitement At Meetings MONTREAL (CP) -The 2 major league club owners brok up their annual summer mee ing here Wednesday with tl most exciting news being thave Elton Fastball Park. Montreal First Opponent BUFFALO (AP) Buffalo abres said today they would ay their first National Hockey eague game Oct. 15 against ontreal Canadiens in Memo- al Auditorium here. Coach George (Punch) Im- ch, also the team's general anager, said 39 home games ould be on Sun- ys, 12 on Thursdays, six on and two on Tuesdays. Annapolis, Md., and Air Force, Colorado Springs, Colo. New York Mets and Hew York Yan- kees will play in the game at West Point while the other two games will be divided among the 22 other major league teams. There were several items originally listed on the agenda that either never got discussed or were referred to committees for further study. One of them, a proposal by Charles 0. Finley, president of Oakland A's of the American League to have colored bases rather than standard wliite sacks, was sent to the rules committee. Two other subjects which did not get discussed were a pro- posed ceiling of 25 on free agents drafted each June and permission to trade future draft choices as is done in other1 sports. Both were referred to the winter meeting to be held in December because more study is required. Most of the club owners took in Tuesday night's National League baseball game between the Expos and San Diego Padres and Kuhn said Wednes- day he was impressed by the sprat of the Montreal .fans. ANDY CAPF I KNOW IT'S GRIM F1 VER.FUO, BUT CHEER UP-THERE'S TAKE THAT POOR LASS THE ONE WHO'S FLAVIN1 Nt> WITH ANOY AT THE MOMENT Shoiv Of Strength Players Gather CHICAGO (AP) Like re- sponding to the bugle call for a last-ditch battle, veteran Na- tional Football League players grouped hi Chicago throughout Wednesday night in a show of strength against club owners in their bitter pension dispute that now threatens the game's struc- ire. A spokesman for the NFL Players' Association said nearly 100 players had arrived by mid- night. The motel for the gathering reported that more players were expected and rooms were being set aside. It was a chain reaction to owners who announced they would unlock their training camps and invited "any players willing to report" by 6 p.m. local times today. It was a move obviously aimed at finding out if any vet- erans would defy the NFLPA and report, thus making a wedge that could lead to fulfill- ment of the pre-season schedule of games starting with Cleve- land at Los Angeles a week from Friday. However, as time begins to run out solidification against the owners apparently continues. By midnight, players' spokes- men from Cleveland Browns, Chicago Bears, New. Orleans Saints and Kansas City Chiefs were among those definitely de- claring they would not pass through the unlocked training camp doors. CHIEFS EXCEPTED The world champion Chiefs were unique in the situation. They were granted a week to prepare in camp for the all-star game Friday night. Unless the dispute is. settled the Chiefs will leave camp after the game. The nub of the squabble is tha demand by players for the own- ers to boost their four-year, pension contribution offer. The NFLPA is asking for The NFLPA said it was shocked by the owners' action Wednesday to open training camps to veterans who wish to Rookies only have been in organized practices all along. "We were a players spokesman said Wednesday night, "that tlie owners did not notify the NFLPA of their deci- sion and instead chose to go di- rest to the players." "It could mean the splitting of teams and we are meeting to prevent just he said. "We are confident that all NFL play- ers will support the association and we will do all within our power to resolve the dispute in accordance with the players' wishes." ,You met Ranchman's Gin Collins welcome back an old friend. You know Ranchman's last year. In the fine Ranchman tradition Made by Albertans forAlbertans using th ;