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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Junt 2, 1973 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 13 Tack Nicfclaus m A CURE FOR THE PULLED IRON ONE OF THE MAIN CAUSES FOR LLING AN IRON IS HITTING THE BALL WITH M SWING ...A BflSIC ERROR lES A SLICE. 0UARE YOUR STANCE AND PLAY THE LEFT HEEL% 6UT NO ARD THRN THAT. NOW TAKING THE CLUBHEAD IC5HT LINE AND BRINGING IT N THE SAME STRAIGHT LINE. THE FOLLOW-THROUGH BHEAD OUT TOWARD THE HOLE AND THAT VOOR HANDS FINISH HIGH (A PROPER FOLLOW- THROUGH MAKES IT ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO PULL THE CopynjM CttUta Inr. tec. All RJthii RtOTTHl Oui. CaaU tiitc Farm Strtio Games losing money fast MONTREAL (CP) La Presse says federal government slowness in presenting legisla- tion on financing for the 1976 Olympic Games is costing the games organizing committee an estimated a day. The newspaper quotes what it called a "well-placed infor- mant" as saying the loss is oc- curring because the committee must pay out funds for such things as salaries and commu- nications but has no money coming in to pay for these ex- penses. The informant says the daily losses could eventually amount to million a day in the long term. Prime Minister Trudeau said May 10 that legislation author- izing special stamp and which the organizing committee hopes -will raise million to finance the be introduced before the end of May. IMPORTANT NOTICE to LETHBRIDGE HERALD DISPLAY AND CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS EFFECTIVE Friday, June 1, 973 DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: ADVERTISEMENTS REQUIRING PROOFS (Minimum size Vt page) COPY AND MATERIAL MUST BE RECEIVED AT THE HERALD BY 12 NOON -4 PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION DEAMINE for: MONDAY is NOON PREVIOUS WEDNESDAY TUESDAY Is NOON PREVIOUS THURSDAY WEDNESDAY is NOON PREVIOUS FRIDAY THURSDAY it NOON PREVIOUS SATURDAY FRIDAY is NOON PREVIOUS MONDAY SATURDAY is NOON PREVIOUS TUESDAY DISPLAY ADVERTISEMENTS NOT REQUIRING A PROOF MAY BE RECEIVED ONE DAY LATER 12 NOON 3 PUBLISHING DAYS PRIOR TO PUBLICATION CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEADLINES ARE UNCHANGED All regular and classified display must in The 3 p.m. the day prior to publication a.m. Saturday for publication Monday For further information contact Display or Classified Advertising 328-4411 The Utfcbridge Herald He can make it on his own very wett thank you Sandy Paterson not looking for any kind of pity M'OIMS TORONTO (CP) Robert (Sandy) Paterson could have used a little pity earlier this week. A few errant putts left him in second place, six strokes behind winner Gar Hamilton Jr., in the Canadian Profes- sional Golfers' Association second annual players' school. But Paterson, 22, can do without pity. He's playing on borrowed time. It was four years ago in April that he suddenly went blind and underwent sub- sequent tests that disclosed he was suffering from multiple sclerosis, a wasting and pro- gressive disease that took the life of Lou Gehrig of New York Yankees. "That's the kind of pity I can't said the slender assistant pro to Bill Smith at the old Waterloo County course in Gait. "I don't mind people knowing I have MS. "It's just that question ev- eryday about 'How do you that really bugs me. I feel Paterson has been winning championships for the last nine years, among his early successes the Western Ontario high school championships and the Ontario Federation of Secondary Schools Association title. "Then I dropped be said. "I wasn't a bad student. I just liked golf." He went to work for Dick Borthwick at Hamilton Ancas- ter and his second year there earned a share of the Ontario PGA assistants best-ball championship. The handsome Patcrson, whose angular Woot-2 frame is crowned by a thick bead of curly black hair, is hesitant to talk about MS. "I know it's a progressive disease, but there's not much use thinking or worrying about it all the time. I feel good. So why should I He and bis parents first got the bad news in 1969 when he went blind in the right eye. "I went to the hospital and underwent a lot of tests. They gave me some drugs and gradually I got the sick back. Then a few months later, in July, I just passed out a couple of times. I was out for two days and didn't know Anything about It. "Then again in the fall, I lost my sight again. I forget whether it was my left eye this tune or the same one." Paterson admitted he was worried but "I never felt bad physically" despite three trips to the hospital that year. He still doesn't. After six competitive rounds at the CPGA players' school he appeared fresher than any of his 17 colleagues. "I'm not the least bit he said later. "I had my knee go out on me in the second round. "I went to pick up my tee and the knee just wouldn't work. But it came around and I was all right until about the nth tee. Then it bothered me again." Biggest booster for the youngster fe George Clifton, former head pro at Toronto's Pine Valley who has taken up new duties as co-ordinator of the Canadian pro tour. "I didnt know there was anything wrong with him Clifton said fol- lowing the school. "But I know he's a fighter. "He had some trouble one morning, but he fought back with three birdies in a row to finish at 71. That's class in a golfer." KERBER FLOORS Wall to wall broadloom linoleum and vinyl sheet goods and tiles 1251 2nd Ave.S. 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