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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 31, 1970 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Beard Not Bothered By Players Remarks AND INTO THE GRANDSTAND TURN This and many more sounds will be heard Sunday and Monday at Exhibition track as the Southern Alberta Auto Racers stage two days of races. There will be cars from Albsrta, Montana and British Columbia competing for in prize money. Tigers Lose Ground To Idle Baltimore Light-Hitting Torborg Turns Slugger By THE ASSOCIATED PRES Jeff Torborg, who used to Dodgers whipped Mont real Expos 7-3 Thursday single in tne seventh lor tr biggest offensive binge of said tnat l naa moved tneir a s fense back after the homer victory lor an o season mark. The hard-throv fl no-hit cfltcher in more 28-year-old receiver, year career with then tricked them by right-hander, who bounce thcin onG hfls shed his lifetime hitter, crashed from a spring hepatitis a and revealed himself homer in the I hit that bloop Torborg 's four-RBI and fired a no-hitte fence-bus tor, and blooped a he said, "my helped Singer breeze to his Philadelphia Phillie Torborg, who caught 20, checked the Expos c Koufax" fourth no-hitter hits and struck out 10. years ago and handled B Singer's no-hit gem two Weekend other National Leagu games, Cincinnati Heds downe ago, poled his first home riL since 1967 as Singer and the Of Pirates 8-4; St. Loui Cardinals topped Atlant Braves 4-2 and the Chicag Cubs' trimmed Houston Astrc Junior will be plenty of ac- ing at 8 p.m. The two vivor of a game GETS 7th HOMER LThis to satisfy any sporting appetite this weekend, Bonanza meet Sunday morning a 11 o'clock while the winner will meet at the winner of the 11 a.m s game and the loser 'ol the tw o'clock battle. The final of keyed a four-run Lo Angeles burst in the fourth wit Junior golfers will take 1 the links at Henderson tomorrow morning the annual winner of the two o'cloc encounter will await the two-day playoff will go Sunda; evening at shot over the left field fenc off Dan McGinn after singles b Ted Sizemore and Bill Russel Golf Club this Club invitat i o n a was his seventh major leagu Starting at noon golf tournament mixed two-ball tournament wi be held with entry fee set The three day match play event, with entry tee set at will Steve Hargan' pitclu'ng arm went to slee in the season but sine On Monday, August 10 ther will be a field day for all Club with the popular Ractt HSU Thursday at Northlands purse, 3-year-olds, 7 return form the minors twi weeks ago, the rest of tiv aiors starting at a.m. In conjunction with the fielc day wiU be the girl's club championship. There will be an 18-hole and an nine-hole com petition as Entries for the annual affair can be mailed to the Leth iridge Country Club, P.O. Box 387. The entry fee includes sup >er and a dance Saturday claiming, 4-year-olds and u 7 furlongs. Haydn's Electra (Sfdk) a.30 3.30 2. Wolf's Go Go (Shields) 3.00 2.7 Queen Dale (Billlngsley) 5.00. Time: Shirley S, Cosmic Kid, Charlis (St.) tf.30 3.20 2.6Q Soofime (Morris) 4.30 3.00, More Tra vel (Shields) 3.00. Time: Leisure's Memory, Carol's Pet Cum loops, Northern Pine also ran. Eighth claiming, 3-year-olds 1 Mi League has been hav ing nightmares trying to hit th Cleveland Indians right-hander Thursday night, Hargan, a 6 oot-3, 180-pounder, made th( Vlinnesota Twins his lastest vie Entry fee for the field Zippy Lynn, Moonlight Sp Lodge (Barroby) 13.40 6.40 stoppinF them without i has been set at and the Southern Joker (Billlngsley) 4.90 4.80 Astro Princa (Shields) for 7 2-3 innings before win lunch and Auto Racers will stage he biggest race card of claiming, 4-year-olds and u 7 By Mood, Going Courting, 3-2 on a three-hitter. season. Two days Quill (Karris) 20.40 8.70 5.4 Scuba Do (Bgrrofay) 4.50 3.20, Ripple Rajah, Sioux Menace also other league games, Kan This races are scheduled for the Exhibition Track! Races get under way (Hedge) 3.90. Time: Princess Lanl, Senor Tig re, 1 Mis You, Lisa B Good, Klondike Doll City Royals edged Detroi Tigers in 10 innings, Milwau-cee Brewers downed Washing-on Senators 6-2 and Oakland Fly time trials at five and racing at seven. The same times will be in effect DOUBLE: 182.00. Third claiming, 4-year-olds and up IVa nipped Boston Red Sox -1. SI Cars from various parts (Barroby) 4.70 3.40 2.3( Northern Emperor (Hedge) 5.30 2.81 Home James (Safdnyk) in 1963 and continued with lis arm miseries in 1969, com- Montana and will compete in The Go, Claymore also a 5-14 mark, said he "felt in 'spring training. But 3 Better than in )rize money along with claiming, 4-year-olds and up Va miles. Royal Traffic (Hunt) 1A.OO it four straight in get much work. The lack f throwing hurt me and I lost divisions of cars will River (Stadnyk) 3.80 2.7' Dance With Ali (Billlngsley) 2.60. Time: playoifs with 6-2 win over the Parson's Pirates I striyed for in the including A, B, C id V-8 b'Amour, Ttellar F 1 y e Bright Valley also Then, he pinched a nerve in Km Lake Park will Sratches: Old. Army, Haufe went Uie neck "which put my arm to SI? 1 scene of the southern the Cardinals Hargan said. senior baseball claiming, 4-year-olds and hitters and allowing only TO MINORS ujf Bomber Brown (Cmbs) 12.90 to was placed on the disabled clubs, Lethbridge Parkland Prince Mantle also struck and then was sent to Wich- Creek, Vulcan 2.30, Mary's Monkey (Pacneco same number of batters, of the American Association A -u. -_- will battle for the touched for six hits in five weeks before his recall AC the south in Nose, HIghdorn, Pour Your Own, SImalo, Mr. Improper also July 16. MV senior finals set the Cardinals Jim responded with a 4-1 two- later in August. Vulcan Giants and claiming, 3-year-olds, 1 i-U miles. Winning Gloree (Basly) 6 50 3 and John Christens en >crth poked out a hit in the victory over Kansas City, beat Chicago White Sox 6-2, Single cylinder engine developing 5 h.p. with 5 will lead things f Saturday at with Mr. El Con (Sfadnvk) 2.90 2.50 ady Harcon (Hedge) 3.00. Time: Mantle rapped out a and Gene Yamada a six innings and shut out 10 Royals 3-0 a five-hitter transmission end speeds and Pincher Creek Media, Quotation also the Thursday night. Bert Mac's CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S, Phone ICE ARENA MON., AUG. 3 ATTENTION 1 VACATION MOTORISTS Don't Start Your Vacation Trip Without A "Over 300 Bicycles In Slock" Open Thursday and 9 MAN WRESTLE ROYAL Entry Fee, Winner Takes All! CARLOS BELAFONTE, MIGHTY Save yourself unneessary roadside stops due to FLUSH CAR NEED A TUNE-UP? Til! MARCONI, ED engine Rosvold our licensed ''Serving Southern CANNON, STU this work for Specialist in Southern For Over 30 SHARPADZE, NICK our modern All work Guaran-lonrlt BOB "POWERHOUSE" PRINGLE Seethe 197One Ski Doo On Display More Big Bouti Admission Box offic. orxni 7 p.m. Rancho PCACO) Wrst.'ling Sat. afternoon and Men. nlahrt en CJIH-TV Avt., M.M. Drive Phone HARRISON, N.Y. (AP) -If Frank Beard is getting a freeze from his fellow pros because of h i s controversial, revealing book on the golf tour, he's not letting it affect his his game. "No, I'm not sorry I wrote the bespectacled, 31-year- old author said today. "I think much of the book was miscon- strued and some taken out of context. "I don't consider It in- vades the privacy of anybody. It's an honest report on the tour. Beard, defending champion in the Westchester Classic here this weekend, is off to a good start rath an .opening round 68, just a stroke off the pace set by Australian Bruce Crampton, Larry Hinson, Tommy Jacobs, Hugh Royer and Brian Barnes, all tied at 67. Canadians are well back in the field. In fact, George Knud- son of Toronto was so far back after the first he withdrew from the tournament. Gary Bowerman of Toronto was also in at 79. Top Canadian was Wilf Hom- eniuk of Winnipeg. He had a 75. Beard's book, entitled Pro- Frank Beard on the Golf Tour, has stirred up some ripples in the tour ranks just as Jim Bou- ton's book on aftef-hours high jinx rocked baseball. DISLIKE INUENDOS Some critics felt Beard told too much and cast unnecessary aspersions on some of golf's keroes, particularly Jack Nick- laus, Arnold Palmer and Gary Player. Beard denies it. "I haven't had any dircc Beard said today, read some caustic remark about the book by Jack Nick laus. And Arnold Palmer hasn' said anything to me, but were never especially close anyhow. "Palmer and Nicklaus live ir different worlds. They fly je planes. They are rich and very busy. I don't blame them. Some people said I wrote the book ou of spite because Jack and Arni didYt treat me as an equal. "It's true they don't treat me as equal, because we aren' equals. They have been mucl more successful than I. But I'm not harboring any spite." The rich Westchester, with its first prize, was without some of its big names going into today's second round. Lee Trevino, the leading money winner, overslept and, was disqualified. Ben Hogan, 58, his left knee swollen and throb- bing, withdrew. Lakeside Standings Cramped Safeways still have a com- manding lead after last eve- ning's Lakeside Golf League play. Picking up only three points last night hold a six point margin over Singers who shot up to second spot gam- ing five points which was two points better than Walkers. Dean Harker of Flemings and Ray Nesting of Singers both had a net scare of 32 to take hon- ors. Harker also tied with Earl Fox who was playing for Boise with a 36 to pick up. the low gross scare. Low team net was won by the Singers foursome of Hay Nest- ing, Roy Dlly, Joe Kenwood and Al Kenwood who combined for a score of 141, LAKESIDE Safeway.................... 120 Singers 114 Walkers 113 Pahulie's....................112 Bastedo's....................112 Kimura Parsons Fleming Fracfoss Herald Dorlgattl CHEC A and W pERHAPS .THERE IS HOPE yet for Cypress Hills Provincial Park. Canada Montana Gas Company has pulled Its drilling rig out of the park and" abandoned the well it started a few months back. That's the well that raised the ire of conserva- tionists everywhere when the provincial department of mines and minerals issued a lease to Canada Montana without any consultation with the depart ment of lands and forests. Apparently the drillers went down only a few hundred feet not even down far enough to conduct a test when orders came to pull out. The site has been thoroughly cleaned up. But, when yours truly asked' the question, does this mean the end; does it mean no more drilling as Cypress Hills, the parks personnel replied they "don't know." Appears as though there is some kind of dis- cussion yet to be held between government and Canada Montana Gas. This should be an opportune time for all to start writing letters to government again. SOUTHERN ALBERTA regional fisheries biolo- gist Gordon Haugen has designed a map which should be a must for all fishermen in southern Al- berta. It covers the six fish and wildlife officer dis- tricts Lethbridge, Cardston, Claresholm, Fore- most, Pincher Creek and Medicine Hat. In each dis- trict all the streams and lakes are pinpointed and the species of fish to be found in each body of water are listed in order of prominence. The Waterton Reservoir, for example, is listed as: trout; pike; whitefish and Mountain whitefish. Travers Reservoir is listed as: pike; perch; and white- fish. There were kokanee fingerlings stocked in Travers Reservoir two weeks ago. The Oldman River is listed: eye; pike; Moun- tain whitefish and whitefish. It's color coded and a most interesting pam- phlet. It's available at all the six district fish and wildlife offices. IF YOU HAVE TIME on your hands from July 31 to Aug. 3, head up to Beaver Lake where Alberta's 8th annual fish derby is under way. It's pike and pickerel (walleye) fishing. There are events and daily prizes for both men and women. First prize in pike is plus the Labatt's Brewery Trophy; second prize is ?350 and third For walleye first prize starts at There's also a class for children 12 and under. Another class for father and son and another for mother and daughter. It's all under the'sponsorship of the Lac La Biche Pow Wow Fish and Game Association. WINNERS of the raffle at the Southern Alberta Fish and Game Council's annual picnic at the Belly River Campgrounds in Waterton Lakes Na- tional Park were: Roger Whitson of Pincher Creek, color TV and L. A. Dixon of Fort Macleod, set of wildlife dishes. Royals Gain First Spot In Lethbridge Minor Soccer iction the Royals gained sole Msition of first place with a onvincing 9-3 win over the Cougars. Louis Papp and Joe M a u r o iaced the Royals win potting in hree goals apiece while Gra-' am Merrick, Ariano Berti and 'aul Bechdholt booted in sin- letons. For the Cougars Peter Zuber- ky whipped in two and Derek Redman chipped in with one. Next league action will have the first place Royals fighting off the second place North Stars. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGE For Estimates phonl JACK FULLER 328-2515 SHHH... TROIKA won't breathe it to a soul Ask for the exclusive mini-bottle 12 oz. size TROIKA VODKA-also available h 25 oz, Distributed by Canadian Schenley Distillcrios Ltd. ;