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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Jung 12, 1972 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Fourth city championship for Country Club shotmaker Home. Kanewischer share local golf honors By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer Lloyd Kanewischer and Barb Home made It clear Saturday that they would have things their own way Sunday. Kanewischer and Home, both of Lethbridge, shared golf hon- ors over the weekend despite Sunday's weather. Home won her fourth- straight city women's golf! crown while Kanewischer led the way at the annual Elks goll tournament. Henderson Lake was the scene of lire Elks tourney while Home proved to be the best on both city courses. Saturday was the best day for both Home and Kanewis- cher. Home fired a brilliant 75 at Henderson and carried a seven stroke lead into play Sunday at her home Country Club course. Home finished the tourney 10 strokes ahead of Elsie Mc- Gralh of the Lake with an.85 Sunday. McGrath, a former city champion, turned in rounds of 82-88. Third place In the St. Jean outstanding oil weekend Native Sons win twice By LLOYD YAMAGISHI Herald Sports Writer Roa, Grant Robertson, T i m Driscoll and Tim Benstead scored twice each while Brent Paul and Gene DeGroot once o lead the Shamrocks. Ken Gregus scored two goals and Neil Goruk, Arn Thomson and Brian Luco one each for the Hawks. Sunday, Chris Jones paced Road trip good for Cincinnati ELKS CHAMPION Lloyd Kanewischer emerged with Ilie spoils at the annval Elks golf tourney run off a1 Hen- derson Lake over the weekend. ___ Race results EDMONTON (CPI Horlhtandj Park results Saturday. allowance, 2 year elds, 5 fur- (Norrlil MO 370, Msglc Lodm (LevineJ 2.30, Salt Banker (Wiseman) 2.50. Ky Charger, Windy Haven, Lady Jtuarl, Rlna SMCO, clatrnlng, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Bear 6.80 3.50 2.70, Do A (Hsmll) Mysllc Twist- er (Rasmimen) 2.80. Wafer Echo, Abla Bird, Mlnll Girl, DlrVa Delight also ran. Track scratch: Hula Man. DOUBLE: Umpire gets death threat DETROIT (AP) Jim Camp- hell, general manager of Detroil Tigers, said Saturday a death threat was made against Ameri can League baseball umpire Larry Napp about a week ago. Campbell, however, to offer much elaboration "a the request of authorities." Ho said he was not going t comment further about it be- cause when you talk about tha stuff it just aggravates the situ aion." Napp didn't work Ms las scheduled stand in Detroit b cause of "a virus." There have been increased in citlenls of rowdyism at Tige Stadium in recent years, slac ium manager Ralph Snyder ha acknowledged, although it ma have nothing to do with th threat on Napp. Tiger catcher Bill Freeha has been hit by shols from pellet gun in several games. THIRD claiming, t year and up, Uncle Smoothie (Hodge) 4M 3.00 70, Jasper Park (Levlnel -4.50 3.70, um Money (Raimtmen) 3.40, Time: i-S. Western Arrow, western cnamp, ushlng Girl, Silk Buttons, Reserved eat also ran. FOURTH claiming, 4 year olds tnd furlongs. Solar Record (Sanchez) if.11 00, Reserved Speed (Hedge) 8.70 20, Rae OF Gold (Gold) 4.30. Time: 2-5. Parkland Prince, Brown Page, Hun- rytiawV, Bonny Airs, crow's Mlla Iso ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Princess (Hamll) 14.50 MO BO, Magic Spree (McCauley) 0.20 90, Rusty Reiser (Gold) 5.90. Time: 3-i. Carbon County, Roly Glen, DIslsloe, Lady Tyrone, Sletller Auction also ran. EXACTOR: (87.40. SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, (Shields) 11.20 S.70 4.30, Clothes Fashion (Levlne) 4.40 3.80, Bans Kid (Kipling) 4.3D. Time: Some Hantf, River n Enufl, Junle Moon, Coal Dust also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 'stone (klpllng) efore dropping the nightcap 3-1 o the Giants. In Saturday's action, St. Louis ropped San Diego 5-2, Los An- geles nipped Pittsburgh 2-1, >Jew York downed Houston 5-3, Atlanta thundered past Phila- delphia 15-3 and Ferguson Jen- tins of Chatham, Ont., brought lis season's record to 7-5 as Chicago clipped San Francisco 4-2. Cincinnati got 16 hits, scoring often and early to beat Mont- real. On the 12-game road trip, :he Reds averaged almost seven runs a game. The hitting display made it easy for Gary Nolan, who won lis eighth victory in nine deci- sions this season with a dazzling three-liitter. "I was using my fastball and curve exclusively for the first two innings and then 1 started to go to my change-ups in the next few said Nolan. "I don't think I threw as hard as I had been throwing lately. I was getting ahead of the hitters and getting my off-speed pitches over. The biggest thing I've had going for me lately is my con- trol." Johnny Bench drilled four hits and knocked in three runs to give him 44 RBI for the year. The Pirates rode Roberto Clemente's two run homer in the seventh to victory over the Dodgers, who lost their third game in the last five. championship flight went to young Carol Andreachuk who had rounds of 97 and 103. Norma Douglas won the first event while second event hon- ors went to Gail Walker. Meanwhile at the Lake, Kanewischer fired a one-under par 70 Saturday and held a solid five stroke lead with 18 holes left Sunday. He also reg- stered a 10-stroke victory as came up with a 78 Sunday or a 148. Murray Mills, seven strokes hack Saturday, was the runner- up at 158 after rounds of 77 and 11. Dick Rempel came in bird with scores of 79-82 for a 161. Howard Fleming, who was n second place after a 75 Saturday finished with an 83 the wind Sunday and was fifth. Mills gained some -revenge as he won out over the field of 10 golfers in the always- popular horse race. Jim Mat- kin of Lethbridge was second followed by Jim Karch of Cal- gary. A total of 88 golfers took part in the two-day event. Matkin, just before finishing second in the horse race, had won the first flight over Morris Sosick of Picture Butte. Mat- kin had rounds ot Second flight honors went to Earl Ingarfield with scores of in the 27-hole competi- tion. Bill Sinclair won the third flight with a 138 while Tokio Horii was tops in the fourth with a 130. Fifth flight honors went to Bob Malcolm. He fin- ished at 127. A 135 total was good enough for John Thorlacius to win the sixth flight while a 137 earned, Jim Palmer the silverware in the seventh flight. Bill Gibson came through with a 153 to win the eighth flight while the ninth flight went lo Bob lozzi. Bob Rpdgers claimed the top prize in the ItOh flight with a 167. CHIP SHOTS Professional Mike Douglas of the Country Club says Barb Home i s getting better all the time Bad news for the rest of the female golfing fraternity in Lethbridge Herb Christie was all smiles alter Murray Mills won the horse race "That's my he said The gals go right back at it with the Country Club Invita- tional set for a week Tuesday June 20 A total of 21 gals took part In the two-day city final. RETAINS CITY CROWN Barb Home earned her fourth straight city women's golf title over the weekend with rounds of 75 and 85. Stilgoe leaves Speedway happy Minor baseball Winning pitcher Robert Ste- wart and reliever Tim Hisaoka gave up three hits and led the Twins to a 7-4 win over the Orioles in Lakeside Little League play on the weekend. Tim Kalakami suffered the loss and needed some assis- tance from Brent Lang. Jack Byam paced the Twins with a double and a pair of singles while Ferry McDonald added a double and 3 single. At Norcrest, the Cubs whipped the Expo's 9-3 as Troy Hovey defeated Robbie Sudei- kat on the mound. Emilo Mantello and Theo DeGroot managed a double and two singles each for the winners, while Clarke Bosch rapped a double and a single in a losing cause. Dave Stilgoe was happy as he still managed to go home with his slock car In one piece and top points in the "C" class after the Southern Alberta Auto Racers concluded their meet Sunday night. Stilgoe and public address announcer, Jim Elliott, had a little disagreement last week, each saying they could handle each others job better. Last night, before a large gathering at the Exhibition Speedway, Elliot decided to fry out Stigoe's car 91 while Stilgoe promptly took over Elliott's P.A. duties. After a shakey start and fin- ish Elliott decided to get his old job back. Stilgoe finished off the mee! witli 13 V4 points edging out Bill Kostiuk and Gary Loewen who tied in second with llli points apiece. In "B" class competition Lindy Smith racked up points to lead the way whil( Gary Meadpr placed second with lOVi points. Ron Boyce finished third wlui three points. Mike Ross picked up 12s, points In the Clalmers t squeeze past Harold Kaltei who managed to co1 lect 12 points. Third place went to Fat Hanna with 10% points. Meanwhile in the rollover vent, Don Backus made omplete roll for first place while Stilgoe and Roy Stole hared second with IVi rolls. Night racing will conlinue next weekend with time trials set for and racing at 7; 30. An error in judgement Death mars Le Mans classic Napoles retains boxing title MONTERREY, Mexico (AP> Jose Angel Napoles retained his world welterweight boxing crown Saturday night with second-round technical knockout over Adolph Pruitt of St. Louis, Mo. The Cuban-bora champion slammed Pruitt almost at will with lefts and rights to the face and head before the light was stopped. Pruitt, who weighed 143H pounds, was no match for the flashy champion. Napoles weighed 140. Tills was Napoles' seventh title defence since he won the crown from Curtis Cokes of Dal- las, April 18, 1969. Holidaire. Your private Shangri-La. LE MANS, France (AP) The trees near the "Indianapo- lis Bend" on the Le Hans 24- hour auto race circuit are sheared off near the ground for 50 yards. The scythe was the hurtling yellow Lola sports car of vet- eran Swedish driver Joakim Bonnier, who died in the wreck- age. An Instant's error in Iryirg to pass a slower car ended a 24- year career and cast a pall over the victory, eight hours later, of his old team-mate, Graham Hill, in the classic race Sunday. Bonnier, founder and only president of the Grand Prix Association and leader of a campaign for increased safety on circuits and in cars, was killed on a stretch of roar! specially widened and lined with barriers just for this on a section yet be improved A member of a Swedish pub- lishing family, he was, with Hill, the last of the old guard drivers who raced against sncl men as Juan-Manuel I-langio Alberto Ascari, Mike Collins and the Marquis de Portagtt. And Bonnier was still driving md capable of leading a lop ace like Le Mans, as he did arly Saturday. He had won a our-hour race here last March and held the track record. Hill and Bonnier were close friends rom their days together in the British Racing Motors team in 1960. The Matra team kept the news ot Bonnier's death from Hill and his French team-mate, Henri Fescarolo, until after they Drought their Matra-Simca 670 across the line for the first French victory here since Louis Rosier won in a Talbot in 1950. It was a "horrible shock" and 'sad that my first win here in 10 attempts should be in these Hill said. For Matra, which placed 1-2 with the Hill-Pescarolo car and that of France's Francois Cov- ert with Howden Ganley of New Zealand, it was the culmination of seven years of efforts to take the classic at an uncounted ros which included tlie tet part o an million subsidy from til French government to promot French race cars. Before the race, it was being aid that a Matra victory would >e diminished by the absence of he world champion Ferrari iports cars. After the finish, Pescarolo said: "I don't Ihink Ferrari's absence changed things much. If they didn't come here, it was because they didn't think they could run." RE-ROOF NOW... Before Leaks Develop Make Simpsons-Sears Your Headquarters for Dependable. Prolectne. Keaulifiil Roofing For you, for your family, for your friends, Holidaire Is your private Shangri-La. 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