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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THB IFTHBRIDSI HtKAlD Saturday, July 31, 1971 By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Simrls Writer "Our own little Olympics is 'hat it is." Max Cibb, recreation direc- or for the Alberta Depart- ment of Youth in Lethbridge, sed this simple little phrase o describe the Southern Alhra1- a Summer Games as it was irst instituted last summer. The success of the initial tjames, held in Plnchcr Creek, was overwhelming. From the oulhern Alberta regions, of which there are 10, some 000 athletes from six to 86 took sart in the proceedings. Com- petition started at the district e v e 1, advancing to the r'e- ;ional finals and then to the ;ames themselves. Last year some athletes came to Pincher Creek and were in parades and slept in school buildings. It was, to say he least, amazing. When the dust had cleared at 'incher Creek, the uppermost PALMER MISSES Arnold Palmer, left, turns his back on a missed putt on the 18th green at Laurel Valley Golf Club here scene of the PGA National Team Championship, Friday afternoon during first round play. His partner Jack Nicklaus watches. The two, defending champions, finished the round nine under par. Norman shares lead Birdies started to come CALGARY (CP) Moe Nor- man, fast-talking, fast-shooting professional from Gilford, Ont., and consistent Steve LeCrone of Amarillo, Tex., shared the lead today starting the final round of the Alberta open golf tourna- ment. Arnie, Nicklaus leading by one L1GONIER, Pa. (AP) Ar- nold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus combined their massive talents for a stunning nine-under-par 62 an eagle by Palmer a first-round lead in the rain-delayed PGA na- tional team championship Fri- day. The defending champions and pre-tourney favorites in this event in which scoring is based on the better ball of each two- man team, held a one-stroke lead over former U.S. Open champion Orville Moody and Australian Bruce Crampton in at 63. Bloody, attempting to battle his way out of a lengthy slump, rolled in a 30-foot birdie putt on the extremely difficult finishing hole to give his team second. Palmer got his eagle on the 412-yard 10th, holing a 150-yard seven iron shot on one hop. Tied for third at 64 were for- mer champions George Archer and Bobby Nichols, John Schlee and Bob Smith and hvb sets of brothers, Dave and Mike Hill and John and Dick Lolz. A pair of former Master's champions. Bob Goalby and Art Wall, headed a group of five teams at 66. The others were Tom Weis- kopf and Bert Yancey, Dale Douglass and Hale Irwin, Dave Stockton and Bob Lunn, and Bob Payne and Les Peterson. Lee Treviro, the U.S. and British Open champion, and partner Howie Johnson could manage only a 68 and were well back in the field of 64 teams that was a day late in starting because of heavy rains Thurs- day. The par-7t Laurel Valley Golf Club layout is Palmer's home com'se. EL RANCHO (rlxAco) SERVICE "NEW LOOK" in "CAR CARE" Come In and Meet Our "New" Gas Hostesses Try our FAST MODERN GAS ISLAND SERVICE! Holiday Time is Tune-Up Time! Time to vliit Ernis Roivold our fully licensed mechanic We specialize In tune-ups, carburetor and ignition All work guaranteed EL RANCHO (mAco! SERVICE 6th Avenue, M.M. Drive Phono 327-5406 Norman kept up a steady stream of chatter as he rattlet in eight birdies on the Calgary Golf and Country Club course. He also went one over par on four holes and settled for a 65 to take a two-round total of 133. LeCrone was one of the lead ers after the first round with a 66 Thursday and added a 67 Fri day to stay at the top of the pack, seven under par. His precision hitting has kep him out of trouble throughou the tournament and he has ye to go over-par on a hole. One stroke back was John El liolt of Fort Lauderdale, Fla with rounds of 68 and 66. Three strokes further behini at 137 came Tom McGinnis o Memphis, Tenn., Bill Lytle o San Jose, Calif, and Ernesti Perez of Tijuana, Mexico. STRANGE TEE Norman, who usually has s >ag of tricks to keep the gallery interested, used a foot-long te on the 12th hole. He belted Hi ball down the middle of the fair way. Elliott, who won the Manitob; open in a playoff two weet ago, said he was able to stic with the leaders because of im proved putting. He said he spent "lots o time" on the putting green an rent an extra nine holes afte the first round to sharpen his game. Amateurs Dave Mick of Victo and Norm Gray of Calgarj were at 138 along with profes sionals Bill Wright Jr. of Ed monton and .Iota Calabria o Rochester, N.Y. Gray, leading Hie provincia amateurs, is aiming for a bert on the four-man Alberta Willing ton Cup team. Also fighting or a spot on th squad are Don Graham of Med cine HD.t at 139, Keith Alexande of Calgary at 140 and Terry Kimmel of Calgary at 141. The top professional in th tournament wins mil host second edition It's Summer Games time once more thoughts in I he minds of most competitors was the 1971 Sum- mer Games. Municipalities signed agreements with each other and the schools and they upgraded facilities and plan- ned for this year. For last year's winners there were further competitions at higher levels. For those who came close, hard work and an- ticipation of improved per- formances this lime around. The Summer Games of 1970 aroused the young and old of southern Alberta. The tour days at Pincher Creek saw competitors reach a feverish peak. Now it is up to Claresholm and the group responsible for this year's games to follow suit. "We know we have a lough act to said Games chairman Don Jess of the host town. "If we didn't have a challenge to meet, the Games wouldn't be worthwhile. Jess had a point. The first year was an experiment. A chance to see how well a ven- ture of this type would be ac- cepted. The response demand- ed a repeat performance for not just this year but many more to come. The format for the games will change only in that one more spoil has been added, tennis. "With the emphasis on sports which do not get the ne- cessary said Gibb, "we fell thai tennis was a good addition to the list of sports." Along with tennis will be swimming, diving, slow pitch, track and field, horseshoes, trap shooting, small bore, archery and equestrian. Each sport will have a chair- in an responsible for its suc- cess. Bob Hansen will look after swimming while Audrey Warren will direct the diving. S'low pitch will be handled by Joe Heward, tennis by Dr. ,1. Lloyd, track and field, under the direction of Al Grabowsky, horseshoes by Duke Ferguson, trap shooting by Bill Peterson, small bore by Esper Espcrson, archery by Oliver Seward and equestrian by Bruce Robinson. The Claresholm committee, besides, Jess, include Ted Weare, Stu Christie, Ernie Patterson, Don Welbourn, Charlie Pederson, BOD Gordon, David I.loyd, Hay Congdon and Gerry Fee. This year'? regions are the same as last year. Competi- tors, some strong it is ex- pected, will be from the Crows- nest Pass, Municipal District of Pincher Creek and Peigan Reserve, MD of Willow Creek, Blood Reserve, Counly of Leth- bridge, County of Warner, MD of Taber, County of 40-M i 1 e, City of Lethbridge and the MD of Cardslon, last year's top re- gion. Activities get under way Wednesday morning at 10 with the parade of athletes. At the Honorable Gordon Taylor, Minister of Highways and for- mer Minister of Youth, will of- ficially open the games. Action in four events leads' tilings off at 11. Setting the __.ge for the four-day event, will be swimming, boys slow pitch, track and field and arch- ery. Thursday will see the finals of the swimming, track and field and archery and the start of girls slow pitch. Friday has the womens slow pitch along with diving, tennis and equestrian. The Games will come to tn end Saturday with competition in equestrian, mens slow pitch, tennis, trap shooting, small bore, and horseshoes. The countdown to Southern Alberta Games number two is three days. Maxwell loses louglue in opener Taylor levels off Miners' record at 1-1 NORTH BATTLEFORD Special) What a difference some runs can make. Lethbridge Miners, currently in competition with 10 other earns -n the battle for the Ca- nadian Junior baseball cham- >ionship, got two nearly-identi- performances from their mrlers Friday but still lost one Jame. In the opening game Randy ilaxwelt allowed four hits, struck out nine and was the of two errors by his eammates and he lost. Fri- day's second game saw Hod Taylor, the fireballing left- hander, give up five hits, fan nine and have his mates boot ,he ball twice, but he won. As a result of the two games Friday the locals are in sec- ond place in the "A" pool of Jie finals with a record of one win and one loss. Ontario leads with a win and a 9-0 lead after four innings against Newfound- land. It was Ontario who handed the Miners their first loss, 2-0, as they came up with single in the third and sixth inning. just weren't was the way Lethbridge man- ager Jack Kerr described Fri- day's first game. The Miners picked up just four hits off win- ner Garry Duffy. It was almost the same thing in the hitting department in game two as the Miners man- aged just six hits but they were timely and accounted for runs as the Miners dumped the host North Battleford Beavers 5-2. :We had to win the second said coach John Vase- lenak. "If we had lost both games it would have been pret- ty tough to make the playofl Monday." Only four clubs will survive the round-robin final. The top two clubs in each pool, A and B, will meet Monday ir sudden-death play. The first place club in A meets the sec- ond place finisher in B while the B winner meets the A run- ner-up with the two winners meeting in a one game show- down for the Canadian title. In Friday's first game the Miners stranded runners in al but two innings but couldn' get the timely hit that was needed. Cam Burr, Randy Maxwell Tim Negrello and Gord Gam bio shared the Miners' hits each with a single. SUMMARIES N. Battleford MO 201 2 5 Lethbridge 003 101 552 Taylor and Yorgason; Syrola, La pitt Ray (8) and Hanus. Lelhbridgc Oil 000 0 J sarnia 010 001 2 Maxwell and Yorgason; Duffy Thomson. WRESTLING EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, AUG. 2 8.30 p.m. N.A. TITLE BOUT- THE MATCH THE FANS DEMANDED LES THORNTON vs BLACK ANGUS CAMPBELL International Tag Team Championship Match 5 Big Bouts Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE WRESTLING on CJLIHV! Gamble, picked up from the Edmonton Blue Willow Angels, shared the spotlight rath Ne- n-ello in the second game, s'egrello picked up three sin- ;les in five trips to the plate while Gamble chipped in with two. Maxwell belted a double. In oilier games Friday Mon- real, representing the defend- ing champion province of Que- bec, drubbed British Columbia 3-6 and then belted Estevan Mud Mets 14-5. Nova Scotia downed Carmen, Man. 9-3 with the aid of three home runs and followed with a convincing 14-7' win over Estevan behind the hitting of Hugh Snow. Snow rapped a grand slam home run and a three-run shot to ac- count for seven runs batted in. North Battleford had an easy lime of it in their first game as they took advantage of 10 Newfoundland errors for a 20-6 win. Chatham, New Brunswick downed Prince Edward Island 7-3. The Miners met Prince Ed- ward Island in their only game today. The game vas set to get under way at eight o'clock. Medicor could possibly fold VANCOUVER Sunlo function as a going business NATIONAL LEAGUt tasf W iltsburgh 67 Louis 58 Chicago 55 lew York .....53 'hiladelphla -45 Montreal <2 West San Francisco 64 os Angeles 55 llanla .......56 says an auditor's reporb filed with the "United States Securi- ties and Exchange Commission in Washington D.C., says Hie tangled financial affairs of Med- icor leave doubt about its ability Medicor makes denial MINNEAPOLIS (AP) A vice-president of the corporation which owns 60.1 per cent of Vancouver Canucks of the Na- (ional Hockey League denied Friday published reports re- garding the firm's financial problems. The denial by R. Wendell Ellis, Medicor Corp. vice-presi- dent of finance, came after the Vancouver Sun said an auditor's report filed with the U.S. Secur- ities and Exchange Commision raises the question of Medicor's ability to function as a going business concern. Medicor, owned by a group of doctors with headquarters in Minneapolis, is the parent com- pany of the Canucks. The Sun says the report was filed with the SEC July 7, more than two month late, after the regulatory body had suspended stock exchange trading in Medi- cor shares. After the report was filed, trading was permitted to resume. The newspaper says (he audi- tors, Haskins and Sell, refused (he usual certificate of approval for Medicor's 1970 accounts that expressed uncertainty as to the propriety of its presentation. The report, which accompa- nied consolidated financial statements and schedules filed by Medicor, refers to a pre- viously reported not loss of million in 1970 and a deficiency in working capital on Dec. 31, of more than million. Kills said it was no secret Medicor lost, money in 1970 bin lie says his firm had record earnings of more than million so far for 1971. COLTS TRFUMPH CHICAGO (AP) Earl Mor- rall's three touchdown passes and n rock-hard Baltimore Colts defence paced the world cham- pion football team to a 24-17 vic- tory over the College All-Stars Friday night, Melicor, owned by a group of doctors with headquarters in Minneapolis, Minn., is the par- ent company of Vancouver Can- ucks of the National Hockey League. The Sun says the report was [iled with the commission July 7, more than two months late, after the U.S. regulatory body bad suspended stock exchange trading in Medicor shares. After the report was filed, trading was permitted to resume. The newspaper says the audi- tors, Haskins and Sells, refuse the usual certificate of approval for Melicor's 1970 accounts and express uncertainty as to the property of its presentation. The report, which accompa- nies consolidated financial statements and schedules filed by Medicor, refers to a pre- viously-reported net loss of million in 1970 and a deficiency in working capital Dec. of more than million. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES PCt .638 .547 .53-1 .520 MS .396 .598 .519 .514 49 59 49 59 ,45d 38 69 .355 Diego FRIDAY'S RESULTS SI. Louis HO 000 4 Philadelphia 7 1 001 ODO 3 Gibson (9-9 and McNerlney; Short (6-12 Wilson (7 and McCarver. HRs: Cruz (3) Gibson Doyle St. Louis st Philadelphia, ppd. Houslon 020000 200-4 7 1 Montreal 110 120 20x- 7 0 Forsch (5-5 Lemaster (7 Culver (7 and Hiatt; Strohmayer (4-3 Mar- shall (8 and Baleman. HRs: Alou (1 Racier (7. Houston OM 410 000 10 1 Montreal 211 000001 0- 5 10 0 reif, Harris (3, Ray (8-2 (5 and Stoneman, Britton (6, Mar- shall (2-6 (9 and Boccabella. HRs: Hou-Howard (1. Mtl-Staub (2-9. Chicago ooo o 4 D New York 001 020 4 12 0 Hands (9-12 Newman (5 Regan (7 and Canniiiero; Gentry (9-8 and Cincinnati .000010 010-2 Los Angeles 010 000 8 10 1 Nolan (8-12 Gibbon (7 and Bench; Button and Haller. HRs: Rose LA-ANen (16 Haller (3. Pittsburgh -000001 8 0 San Francisco 000 004 5 11 0 Kison (M) Brlles (6) and Sangull- .n; Perry (10-B and Dletz. HR: Stargell (34. Atlanta ooo ooo 010 3 12 i San Diego 141 Niekro, rlddy U-8 (8 Upshaw (10 and Williams; Arlln, Miller (7-3 (B and Barton. HR: Campbell AMERICAN LEAGUE East Ballimort Boston Detroit New YorK Washinglon Cleveland Oakland Kansas City California Chicago Minnesota Milwaukee 55 52 41 43 West 63 52 51 L Pet 3B .677 45 .563 48 .534 54 .491 59 .416 61 .413 37 .618 .515 .477 .476 43 59 FRIDAY'S RESULTS Boston 000000 8 T Chicago .....302 000 5 11 1 Siebert (14-61 Lee (5) Koonce (7) and Montgomery; Horlen (6-8 and HRs. Bos-Petrocell! (20; (25. New York 010002 11 Minnesota .300040 12 1 Bahnsen, Closter (5 Hambrlght (6 Aker (4-2 17 and Munson; aat, Cor- bln (7, Williams (7 Hall (3-5 (7 Haydel 19 and Mltlerwald. HRs: NY- Cater 2. (11. Kansas City 000 0 J 1 Baltimore...... 100 1 0 Drago (12-6) and Klrkpatrick; Palm- er (12-6 and Hendrlcks. HR: Balti- more, F. Robinson (18. Oakland .....000 000 I 1 Cleveland 020200 10 o Blue (19-4) Kllmkowski and Blefary; Foster (6-10 7, Hen- nigan (9 and Suarez. HRs: Oakland, Green (10. Washington 210 000 3 5 1 Milwaukee ooo 010 2 s i Bosman (9-11 Llndblad (8 and Bill- Ings; Lopez (2-6 rausse (2, Weaver (6, Sanders (8 and Rodriguez. HR: (4. California 030 000 t 0 Detroit .......IW 100 8 2 Messersmllh (10-10) Laroche (81 and Stephenson; Niekro, Kilkenny (2) Scherrnsn (6-5) (7) Timmerrnan (9) and Freehan. HRs: MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS Pacific Coast Leagui Spokane 7 Phoenix 6 Salt Lake. 4 Tacoma 1 Eugene 7 Hawaii 4 Tucson 5 Portland 1 Stock cars featured on long weekend The Lethbridge Exhibition speedway has been quiet for two weeks now, but things will come back to life as the South- ern Alberta Auto Racers will stage a two-day show this Sun- day and holiday Monday. Some 70 cars will race for top honors over the two days gun- ning for worth of prize money and 21 trophies. Bonanza Days, which is In its second season will feature 17 races Sunday evening and again Monday afternoon. Sunday afternoon action starts with the time trials at five and racing at seven. The "B" class machines will be the featured event with the winner taking h o in e the Dwyaiio Fielder memorial Iro- phy. This race will be n .V) lap event. Monday HIP lime trials fire set for one while racing starts at l.wo. Once again the featured event of the day will he the 50 lap V-fi Sportsman race. 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