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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 30, 1973 THI LETHMIDOl HUtALD Raymond now quiet Warner leads way at Summer Games Games results HORSEHOES MWt Doublet Stnlor Clau 1. Bob Hummel and Les Ltndeman, War.; 2. Earl smith and ten Rush, Willow Creek; 3. Eugene Angle and Miller, 40 M. Women's Doubles Senior Class 1. Una Henry and Margaret Robin- son, Card.; 2. Ida Machmeyer, 40 M.; 3. Alice Rarick and Lillian Danger- field, Warn. Mixed Doubles Stnlor Clau 1. Ida and Eugene Angle, 40 M.; 7. Violet and Joe Wavrecan, Crows- nest; 3. Alice Rarick and Les Linde- rnan, War. Mail's Singles 13 and under 1. Jim Hammel, 40 M.; 2. Faron Jones, Card.; 3. Kenny Gruninger, Card. Men's Singles if and under 1. Gerry Henry, Card.; 2. Craig Mur- ray, Leth.; 3. Tom Foss, 40 M. Women's Singles 13 and under 1. Doreen Jones, Card.; 2. Eileen Jukosz, Card.; 3. Linda Sowinskl, Taber Women's Singles and under 1. Rina Stovel, 40 M.; 2, Janice Kar- puik, war.; 3. Ruth Robinson, Card. Men's Doubles 13 and under 1. Kenny Gruninger and Farren Jones, Card.; 2.. Robert Vanderlmde and Donald Vanderllnde, Crowsnest; 3. Don Staaldvlne and Ivan Stovel, 40 M.. Men's S'ngles 35 and wider 1. Roger Houghton, Card.? 2. Ron Moodle, 3. Wayne Miller 40 M. Women's Doubles 13 and under 1. Deanne Henry and Doreen Jones, Card.; 2. Laura Hulit and Kathy Dan- gerfield. War. Women's Singles 35 and under 1. Eve Vender Uncle, Crswsnesf; 2. Marilyn Liska, Crowsnest; 3. Dienna Kaupp, War. Wenrtn's Doubles 35 and under 1. Shirley Gruninger and Carolyn Mehew, 2. Mary and La- verne Kaupp, War. Men's Doubles 35 and under 1. Roger Houghton and Bernie Pow- lesland. Card.; 2. Ron Moodie and Tony Clairmont, Leth.; 3. Vic Kaupp and Lawrence War. Mixed Doubles 1J and under 1. annnie Smathers and Eileen Juhasz, Card.; 2. Joey Gregus and Lin- da Taber; 3. Ryan Kaupp and Arlene Karpuik, War. Mixed Doubles U and under 1. Tom Foss ond Rachel Schaufele, 40 M.; 2. Bemadette Kaupp and Jo- seph Kaup0, War. Women's Doubles 1 Men's Senior Open 1. Michael Popson, (Free Leth.; 2. Walter Giduk, (Free Utn. Points 1.324............... 1. Johnny Horvath (Bare Tab- er; points DEALERSHIP OPPORTUNITY NEW MIRACLE COATING! Replaces Paint M ANY SURFACE Join At worMwick successful Mam "ASSES1EX" denims. "ASBESTEX" it a product of "OUT QUAKER PAINT CO." (Estab. "ASBBTBC" has had 40 years of fMd testing and b aaarmlMd for20 with a expectancy of up 30 yean. "ASKSTEX" "NEVER PAINT if No experience b required, however, wme manoaement ability b an asset. Education not at important ability and willingness to absorb new ideas and make yourself fhmtialty secure for life. Income range Is In the 5-ftfare bracket. if M training in application of "ASWESTBC" and distribution is provided by factory-trained personnel with a continuing ond program. i( Guaranteed return of capital Investment through override discounts. you must make money or WE BUT BACK TOUR DEAIEX- SHIP. Applications are invited from serious-winded individuals or companies who would like to get in on the around floor of this amazing and rapidly expanding business! Investment Required White (or National MtRfiandisitm Director Old Quaker Point Co. (Canada) ltd. 413 Hillside Ave, Victoria, B.C. 3B4-6731 RAYMOND (Special) This small community of people located just 19 miles south of Leftbridge was never so lively as during the past four days, but now it seems as though the angel of death has passed over. The shouts, screams and cheers are no longer deafening to the eardrums and the some visitors from nine other southern Alberta districts have departed leaving only the towns- people, who worked so diligent- ly, to recuperate from the four- day festivity. This was the scene after the curtam came down on the 1973 Southern Alberta Summers Games Saturday afternoon. The four-year-old event'was truly a success once again as the 10 southern Alberta re- gions amounting to some enthusiastic left Total FINAL STANDINGS 1. Warner 2. Cardston.........'...'.......1" 3.40 AMIe 5. Lethbridge.................. tt 6 Willow Creek................. 79 7. Pincher 56 8. Lethbridge County........... 55 9. Crowsnest 21 the Games site with a warm and contented feeling of ac- complishment in some way or another. Many of the athletes failed to reach their objective of winning medals, but felt worth- while anyway by just being a part of the Games itself: The Summer Game- 1970 with Pincber Creek acu-.., as hosts had athletes seek- ing medals and this time around the total of participants doubled! in size. Who knows, the 1974 Summer Games could con- ceivable double in size once more. Meanwhile, Warner, who maintained a slim lead hi the medal race over Cardston Saturday morning, held on to win the final point standings- Warner concluded the four days of action with 121 points while Cardston followed closely behind in second with 117. The County'of 40 Mile and Taber battled to a third place tie with 91 points apiece while Lethbridge was a distent fourth with 84 points. Willow Creek and Pincber Creek wrapped their events with 79 and 56 points for fifth and sixth place finishes respectively while the County of Lethbridge ended in seventh spot with 55 points and Crowsnest Pass were at the bottom rung of the lad- der with 21. Charges dismissed NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. (CP) Charges of common assault against Tom Lysiak and Bob Gassoff, both former mem- bers of the Medicine Hat Tigers of the Western Canada Hockey League, were dismissed Friday in provincial court They were charged after a spectator at a game .here last October complained both play- ers had struck him over the head with their hockey sticks. Lysiak testified that he slam- med his stick down on top of the 'Wire cage behind the time- keeper's booth to scare three spectators. Display Games flag Andy .Graspointer, recreation director for rhe County of Warner, left and Jim Blomell, chairman of the 1973 Summer Games, display the Games flag which Warner won. The four-day competition ended Saturday night. Cubs happy to split with Cardinals Wilbur Wood finally got 20th victory By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching nis way to victory No. 20 wasn't' what bothered Wilbur Wood. It was the wait- ing around for his Chicago team-mates to wrap it up for him. "It's too nerve-wracking to sit around and watch the game in the said Wood after becoming major league base- ball's first 20 game winner this year in Chicago's 8-6 Amer- ican League victory over Min- nesota Twins. "It's a lot easier to sit in the clubhouse with a cold beer and hear the game on the he said. In Sunday's other games, De- troit Tigers topped Baltimore Orioles 8-3, Cleveland Indians downed Boston Red Sox 8-2 and 6-2, Milwaukee Brewers dropped New York Yankees 7-2 and 6-3, Kansas City Royals de- feated California Angels 7-0 and 7-fi in 11 innings and Texas Rangers split with Oakland, winning 3-0 before the A's took the nightcap 7-4. In Saturday's games, the An- gels hammered the Rtyals 19-8, the Brewers edged the Yan- kees 54, the A's bumped the Rangers 64, the Tigers nudged the Orioles 3-2, the Red Sox de- feated the Indians 74 and the Twins edged the White Sox 6-5. Wood's retreat to the club- house took place after Cy Acos- ta, who replaced him in the seventh inning, gave up two runs and cut a four-run lead to two, but Acosta struck out Danny Thompson to end the in- ning and blanked the Twins in the eighth and ninth. Ken Henderson hit a three- run homer, Tony Muser deliv- ered a two run single and Buddy Bradford swatted a solo homer for the White Sox. Designated hitter Frank Howard clubbed a three run homer in the fifth inning, his fourth in four games, to help the Tigers win their fourth game in a row since the all- star break.. Gaylord Perry, notching his first victory since June 25, snapped a personal six game tailspm in the Indians' 8.- 2 opening game victory, then Tom Timmerman toyed with a no-hitter for six innings. Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates reached a couple of break-even points Sunday which they hope will help them come out or. top of base' ball's National League East in October. The Cubs, who had lost 13 of their last 15 games after bow- ing to St. Louis Cardinals 5-3 in their doubleheader opener, salvaged a split with a 54 nightcap victory. "That's the happiest I've been to split a doublebeader in a long said manager Whitey Lockman. "I wouldn't call it a disaster if we had lost, but it would have'been pretty bad. We'd have been 4% out instead of The Pirates scored a pair of 5-2 victories over Philadelphia Phillies and reached the .500 the first time since June 5. They have won nine of 11 and trail the Cardi- nals by four games. EXPOS TOP METS In-Sunday's other games, Los Angeles Dodgers downed San Francisco Giants 6-2. Cincin- nati Reds lost their opener to1 Padres 2-1. San Diego Padres 7-1 .but lost the nightcap 4-2, Houston Astros beat Atlanta Braves 8-5 and Montreal .Expos shaded New York Mets 64. In Saturday's games, the Phillies blanked the Pi- rates 5-0, the Cardinals down- ed the Cubs 7-2, the Giants shut out tiie Dodgers the Braves trimmed the Astros 3-1, the Mets battered the Expos 11-3 and the Reds edged the TEMPERATURE'S RISING... PRICES DROPPING... DURING OUR North Stars drop Generals The Lethbridge Hotel North Stars jumped to a one-game lead in the southern zone senior B men's fastball semi-final playoffs with a 34 victory over the Lethbridge York Farm Generals at Dave Elton Park Sunday night The North Stars opened the best-of-three series explod- ing with three runs in the top of the first inning to shackle the Generals. Ron Zasadny went the dis- tance giving up six hits for the mound decision while Kaye El- liott allowed only three hits but was tagged with the toss. Tom Beresnak, Milch My- chasiuk and Tom Seaman man- aged a angle each for the North Stars while Elliott man- aged two singles and Bich Jan- kowiak a double in a losing cause. The second and possibly final game uf (be series will go at p.m. tonight. Meanwhile the provincial midget A girls' fastball finals is scheduled to go next .week- end at the Dave Elton Park. The three teams trying for the Alberta title in the double- knockout event include the host Lethbridge North Stars, Red Deer Lake and Boon Accord. The North Stars and Red Deer Lake, which is a town near Okotoks, wiQ open the one day affair at 10 o'dock Sunday monnng. The losers will hit the field again at 12 o'clock against Bonn Accord. At 2 p.m. winners of the first match will get a crack at Bonn Accord. The first game of the finals is set for 4 p.m. and if another game is required it'll follow right after at 6 p.m. The Alberta senior A men's fastball championship finals are also set to go. The senior A tourney is staled for August 11-12 at Dave Elton Park wilh the Lethbridge Min- ers acting as hosts. More information on this tourney will be released at a later date. 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