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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDOE HERALD Wednesday, June 6, 1973- Generals drop Blockers EDMONTON (CPi R Deer Generals jumped onj Steve Purcell for seven runs in two innings to defeat Edmon- ton Blockers 7-1 in the Alberta Major Baseball League Tues- day night. The Generals scored twice in the sixth on a two-run triple by winning pitcher Roger Poz- zo and then scored five runs in the top of the seventh on four singles and one Edmonton error. Pozzo also had a two-run single in the seventh with two more runs scoring on another single by Al McKee. The Blockers only managed four hits off Pozzo and reliever Don Pasutto, but one was a three-run homer by Bruce Gul- lett in the eighth inning. Pozzo had three of Red Deer's seven hits while Gullstt had a single as well as his home run. LINESCORE Red 001 002 775 Bdmpntpo co i wo Pozzo (1-1) Pasutto (3) and Testa; Purcell (0-2) Winder (7) and HR: Selected to Hall of Fame Baldwin makes the grade TORONTO (CP) Matt Baldwin, one of only four skips who have won the Canadian curling championsliip three times, is one of nine sports fig- ures elected to the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame. Also among the nine names announced Monday night by W. Harold Rea, chairman of the Hall of Fame board, was that of Vancouver figure-skater Karen Magnussen. whose selection was announced immediately after she won the world women's singles title last March. Others expected to be present for the Aug. 25 induction to {fie Hall of Fame are harness race driver Keith Waples of Durham, Ont., hockey builder Rev. David Bauer, soccer organizer George Anderson 'of Winnipeg and bowler Ray Mitchell of Toronto. Those elected to the hall post- humously are Quebec City weightlifter Victor Delamarre, shot putter George Gray of Coldwater, Ont., and New- foundland oarsman Levl (Shotty) Rogers. TOOK CURLING SLAM Baldwin came to prominence in 1954 when, in the space of two months, he won the Edmon- ton, northern Alberta, Alberta and Canadian championships as well as the Alberta Curling As- sociation grand aggregate and an Edmonton car bonspiel. A native of Blucher, Sask., Baldwin was 27 when he won his first national title1 at Ed- monton. He won again at King- ston, Ont., in 1957 and at Vic- toria in 1958. Baldwin was the second skip to win the national champion ship three times. Ken Watson o Winnipeg reached the mark first. Regina's Ernie Richard son and Ron Northcott of Cal gary followed. Richardson won the title four times. Baldwin, a petroleum neer, is a partner in an otlfiek The Canadian Family Store Sale: Thurs., Pri., Sat., June 7-8-9 51 Stores Serving B.C. and Alberta While Quantities Last __ Use Your Chargex LADIES' NYLON SHORT SETS Sizes Res. 3.98 GIRLS' PLAID BAGGIES Mod fabrics of seersucker, Madross, Acrylics or Chambray denim. Some plains. Cuffed leg, fly front and belt loops. Sizes 7 to 14. Sale 4 .66 BOYS' AND GIRLS' SQUALL JACKETS Sizes 2 to 3x, 4 to 6x. Girls' 7 to 14. Special 2 .22 MEN'S DRESS SOCKS by McGregor, Harvey Woods, Joc- key. Ankle mid-calf or knee length. Sizes 10 to 12. OOP SALE MENS T-SHIRTS Cotton terry knit. Short sleeves, neck. Bright stripes. Reg. 2.99 and 3.99 "TRAVELGUARD" TRAIN CASE f Reg. 9.99 PANTY HOSE by "TRIMFIT" Quality sheer, excellent range of shades. Small, petite rned., med. tall. Also one-size stretch. QUEEN SIZE PANTY HOSE First quality by famous maker. Rein, forced toe and gusset. Wide select- ion of shades. Sizes XL and XXL. Vi PRICE SPECIAL 49 LADIES' SUMMER JACKETS Sizes 10 to 18. Reg. 6.88 to 8.98 3 LADIES' PANT SUITS STAGE 7 CALIFORNIA NANCY G Excellent selection of styles Include popular vest or blazer tops. Seersucker double knit and Cel-Cil Acetate knit. Sizes 10 to 18. Reg. '24.95 to 29.95 15 !'S DOUBLE KNIT BLAZERS SPORT JACKETS Always a good fashion .Single breasted Fortrel. Solid tones and smart spring patterns. Sizes 36 to 46. Reg. 39.99 to 49.95 28 MEN'S DOUBLE KNIT PANTS Famous branded 100% polyester, new colours and potferns. Cross too pockets belt loops, slight flare. Sizes 28 to 38. Reg. 14.99 to 17.99....... 9 12 PRICE LADIES' PANTS Double knit flare pants. Stretch, perma-press fabric. Pull-on style Jacquard and diagonal rib pat- terns. 10 to 18. Reg. 6.98 2 GIRLS' BAGGIES New arrivals! Prints and plains. 99 O.44 SALE ____ and GIRLS7 JACKETS Jean style jacket of suedine or crushed vinyl. Snaps and zippers. Sires 7 fo 14. Reg. 8.98 6 .44 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Sizes Reg. 7.98 TOWELS BY "CALDWELL" Sheared jacquard ensemble in blue, olive, red or gold. Fringed ends. Bath 22" x 44" Hand 25" 99 Face 12" x 12" 49' MEN'S CASUAL PANTS G.W.G AFRO H.LS. A special group of pinwale and ribless cord brushed denim plus many more. Jean styling, zip fly, flare legs. 28 to 36. equipment firm in Edmonton. Miss Magnussen, 21, was making her sixth try at the world championship won at Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. The five-time Canadian women's champion last month signed a professional contract. Father Bauer, a native of Wa- terloo, Ont, is best known across Canada for his attempts to organize a national hockey team during the 1960's. He advocated a scheme whereby the best players from universities would be gathered to live and play hockey together so they could be moulded into a contending Olympic team. He coached such a team at the 1964 Olympics but they failed to win the title. Ironically, Father Bauer, who also coached the 1961 St. Mi- chael's team which won the Me- morial Cup junior hockey cham- pionship, is not a member of the Canadian Hockey Hall Of Fame. Anderson, 82, a native of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, has been involved in soccer in Manitoba most of his life and was secretary of the Canadian Soccer Football Association, which he helped organize, from 1950 to 1968. Waples, 49, is elected to the Hall of Fame as an athlete- builder "because of his out- standing contribution to the sport of harness racing in both areas." Jack Nichlaus THE FOOT AT ADDRESS! MINOR IN THE POSITION Of RIGHT FOOT AT JCAN HAVE A SIC EFFECT ON THE OECTORY OF ft GOLF SHOT. FOR R NORMft SHOT YOU SHOULD Hf THE TOE OF YOUR RIGHT FOOT EITHER SQUARE TO THE FLIGHT LINE" OR TURNED OUT TO THE RIGHT SLIGHTLY. HOWEVERV IF VOU A HIGHER THAN NORMAL SHOT, PERHAPS EVEN YOU SHOULD POINT THE RIGHT TOE FARTHER TO THE RIGHT. THIS ENABLES YOU TO MAKE A BIGGER RND STRONGER TURN AWAY FROM THE AND KEEPS YOUR HIPS BEHIND THE BALL.; PT HELPS YOU TO BRINQ- THE CLUBHEAD INTO THE 6ALL WITH MORE OF A SWEEPING MOTION (HENCE GETTING' THE BALL INTO THE RIR HIGHER AND 22B Cocrrighl GoUM Stir. Inc. All Rif hti Dill. GaflHU Wife Fnrurc Still no explanation of crashes INDIANAPOLIS (AP) There still is no official cause listed for the crashes of race cars driven by David (Salt) Walther and Swede Savage dur- ng last week's running of the tndianapolis 500-mile race. United States Auto Club offi- cials are continuing analysis of Ilms and wreckage from the crash. An earlier report from crew members of Waltber's team, that the Dayton, Ohio, driver was "bumped" at the aborted start of the race May 28, has not been substantiated, a USAC spokesman said Tuesday. 'The films have not shown hat he was Dick King, USAC Competition Direc- .or, said. "But we can't say for certain that didn't happen." Films have shown that Wal- ter's car flipped up into the 15- :oot straightaway fence after tapping a wheel on Jerry Grant's car. In Savage's May 30 crash, 59 :aps into the rain shortened 133- ap race, crew members con- tended the Santa Ana, Calif., driver hit an oily spot in the 'ourth turn and crashed into the inside retaining wall coming out of turn No. 4. Race results EDMONTON (CP) Race results at Northlands Park Tuesday. FIRST claiming, 3-year-olds, 7 fur- longs. Rina (Phelan) 21.30 8.40 3.40; Windy Haven (Rycroft) 6.90 3.60; Miss Lucky D (Shields' ".80. Time: 1-5 Mr. Yalei, Glen's Melodee, Kitty's Komet, Baby Prize, Wind Chill also ran. SECOND claiming, 3-ytar-olds, 7 fur- longs. Fire Speed (Rycroft) 4.50 3.70 2.70; Mystical Arts (Watson) 17.90 4.20; Khamite (Kipling) 3.50. Time: 3-5 Thirteen Of Hearts, Trusted Position, Old Whiskey, wilysabie, Shcba Shade also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: S68.10 THIRD claiming, 2-year-olds, S fur- loncs. High On Hemp (Kipling) 3.50 3.20 2.60; To Sav Girl C Morris) 8.00 4.60; Calsary Princess (Wiseman) 3.60. Time: Unconventionable, Clara's Caper, Senator Sarn, Tiffany Star also ran. QUINEULA: FOURTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Gallant Shadow (McCaulev) 16.60 6.00 4.50; Cotton Future (Stadnyk) 3.70 2.90; Uncle Smoothie (Phelan) 4.00. Time: 4-S Speeds Beauty, Hot Quest, Brown Marine, Red Mahoganey, Reved Up also ran. FIFTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Lucky Levee (Whittle) 3.20 2.90; Island Master 'Rasmussen) 3.50 3.10; Tlqer Tracks (JWcCauley) 2.50. Time: 2-5 Tay's Talent, Fire Opal, Eastern Jade, Canalta Rocky, Gay Grin alto ran. EXACTOR: SIXTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Destiny's Favor 15.00 5.30 4.60; Magnum's Treasure (Phelan) 4.40 4.20; Regal Point (Norrls) Time: 3-5 Brazen Bullv, Mister Story, Sure Hidden, Our Dandy, Mr. Wolfe also ran. SEVENTH allowance, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs. Transbrier (Hedge) 5.50 3.00 2.50; Mamsell (Norrls) 2.80 2.30; Cypress Cove (Rasrrtussen) 3.30. Time: 2-5 Flying Award, Penlcllllum, 6mtrald Linn also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4-year-olds and up, IVa miles. Ice Alley (Giesbrecht) 42.70 16.60 6.70; Jeans Gcldie (Inda) 9.60 6.00; Glory Page (Wiseman) 3.40. Time: 1-5 War Bridle, Silky Page, Hope, Ferment, Raneepage also ran. QUINELLA: S144.10 Russell will start fresh SEATTLE (AP) Bill Rus- sell promised Tuesday to try to leave behind the mental scars he has carried since his National Basketball Asso- ciation days in Boston, and make a fresh start as coah- general manager of the NBA's Seattle Supersonics. Russell, who dominated the NBA for a decade at Boston, first as an all-star centre, then as player coach, told the Puget Sound Sportswriters and Sports-caslers Association his confrontation with racial pre- judice in Boston had left him with certain ill feelings. "When I went there, I found they had a code of for athletes and one for black Russell said. "I am going to try to erase the scars and a new day begins. "Since the Sonics have been here, there are two people the city has taken to, Walt Haz- zard and Lenny Wilkens. That may not seem significant, but both these guys are black guys." tunities to serve on board of directors ALBERTA EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION Nominations are invited by the Government of Alberta for qualified persons to serve, with honorarium and expenses, in the establishment and operation of an Alberta Educational Communications Corporation. For those interested, here is an opportunity to take part in the direction that educational broadcasting will take in Alberta. In seeking an A.E.C.C. Board of Directors, the Government of Alberta is most anxious to have broad representation from all over the province as well as participants from industry, labor. The professions, educational institutions and others, It is expected that members of the Board will meet eight to ten times each year. Qualifications are: The nominee must be Canadian citizen, ordinarily resident of Alberta, bl At the time of appointment the nominee must not be engaged in a broadcasting undertaking or have any pecuniary interest in broadcasting, either in production or distribution of broadcast program material or in the manufacture or radio or similar type apparatus, c) Each nomination should bf submitted in writing. d) Each nomination should include the full name of nominee, exact address amf details with regard to qualifications. Any citizen of Alberta is free to submit as many nominations as desifed end self nomination is acceptable. 0 Alt nominations forAK Corporation Board of Directors are to bt received on or before June, Submissions ire to be tddrtsstd to the Alberta Education Communications executive Building. Edmonton. ;