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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, 13, 1770 THE lETHBR'IDGE HERALD ktkaaasiHs STORMY WEATHER Palmer's hair is tousled by high winds Friday as lie walks along the 15th fairway during the second round of the Western Open golf tour- nament. Palmer took a bogey on the 15th but managed lo lie for second, four strokes back of leader Hugh Royer. Western Lead To CHICAGO (AP) Hugh Royer, who nearly gave up the game, and Arnold Palmer, who owes his millionaire stains to golf, share most of the attention as the Western open golf tournament moved into its third round today. Royer, 33, of Columbus, Ga., Friday recorded a six-under-par 65 for a two-round total of 132 and a four-stroke lead over Palmer' and Bobby Nichols. Palmer, seeking his first 1970 victory, was the only leader af- JOG and SWIM CLUB Civic Centre Track and Fritz Sick Pool Monday, Wednesday Friday mornings Jogging: to 7 Swim 7 to B FOR MEN AND WOMEN Sponsored jointly by the Y.W.C.A. and City Parks and Recreation Department _____________ EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM L, JUNE 15-8.30 p.m. ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vs CARLOS BELAFONTE SWEET DADDY SIKI vs DAN KROFFAT BOBBY and JERRY CHRISTY vs SWEETAN and HAYES Marconi vs Sharpadie Bobie vs Valentino ADMISSION S2.00 SI.50 Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Watch STAMPEDE W.RESTtlNG Sat. afternoon and Mon. niaht on CJtH-TV Chan. 7 and rain storm whic play for 80 minutes. Palmer had to quit z riedly three-putting 1 hole and wound up Palmer and Nichols, carded C9, had a 3G-hJ 4 'f Peru and England var-ously celebrated their Racing Iheir nerves or correct errors and build 1 according to the t-jLl fans created pandemonium after their a week's layoff, squad tied the Soviet Union at the head of Group I in round-robin play. The celebration after the team's 1-0 victory over Belgium Thursday went on or a dozen hours, leading to the leath of one person and injuries o more than 70, mostly by Native Sons mil be back in action this weekend in the Alberta Junior Lacrosse League and playing coach Dave Smith is optimistic about Iris club's chances of adding four points to their nightc seven In o will s ive o Miner for a moving cars and Sons host 1 Shamrocks at paraded through the s reels, overburdened with Saturday evening o'clock Sunday after WINS the same Mexican revellers were stunned Friday when Russia won the draw to Sons are silting with a KI record to date but Smith is sure his club can even of the teams, tied r-p.'S in points but in Southern Alberta J would play Sunday will be back in _ 4 city's huge Aztec with their first was almost cause for meet of the mourning when two weeks of racing officials announced afternoon, SAAR would have lo play decided to give it a e Toluca. The modest the lights at holds only the C size crowd can't trials Sunday will t kind of vociferous team with races getting as that did at c f Aztec Sladium. Lethbridje Royals and i h e International Bombers will an rejected aclion this by the Mexican Football Federation to play tire Mexico-Italy game Monday in the will entertain the Calgary Callies Sunday afternoon at the Civic Centre at b holes Lake PI" here, without disrupting the remainder of (lie in a Calgary Soccer League begin meanwhile, will oon quarter-final Medicine Hat Sunday to h College Trojans in a Mexico City: Soviet Alberta Soccer League after Game time is also ai the Toluca: Italy vs. -ith a Guadalajara: Brazil doubleheaders who scene in the City olc Leon: West Germany League Sunday. Here in Lethbridge, the while sports Cubs hook up with by The Associated i the fina roke. He Friday Brazil, West Germany, Italy and the Soviet Union to advance to the winne pense av's even d total sudden-death matches will be refereed, Wind monbt a Dutchman, an Israeli, Diiio was missing unc! score a stroke but Fri-3. Reid is ek and an Argenline. None of their countries has a team in competition. Decisions by the all amateurs who collect only' a day in expenses are of tremendous importance to players seeking the Jules Rimet Trophy, the biggest prize in CCP) Defend-in? champion Eppie Wietzes of Toronto heids a lineup of 15 to 20 drivers expected for Sun-c ay's running of the 100 mile Edmonton race in the Canadian road racing championship ners as th The advai in Nc sumn Ent sent six For that reason many players and commentators in the competition for the 15th niissec demanding that soccer establish a new breed of professional referees to handle A, B and C cars, won the first two races in the series last month to take a 14-point nd, highly-paid and his nearest rival, e putt of e strokes three matches Thursday, crucial decisions by referees were challenged. England race will be run on the Hi-mile course at Speedway Park. Also on Sunday's card are six sports car burgf Hock Don Bies nd as promoters aim to than last year's iVi-i fi series race here when aa formula A cars fewer than fans turned out. The Canadian series game year. I Highs races, with a purse for each race. The top 10 points 1969-7 Clif at the end of the r another in prize to seaso 272 Vera Nicholls 258 Isabel Orsten 257; Ev scries concludes Oct. ga Helen Mikula Ml Aqnes Sunl ?49; Shirley McLellan Salmon 2J7 (6311; Betty true- CITIZENS Henry Bechlhoid 263 Len M -ner 281 Bi1] Jensen 25-1; Ma t Bcrnharl 251 Frank n the Jim Whelan 268; Hugo 229; Matt Horfortri 221; Arie Koo e 21.1; Fmil Collin 254; 'Felix Taber Golf Club is D both on a new nine hole t firm NITE MIXED May Hiebert 378 Naida course bs open for purses Dorothy Olshaski 274 Mary Morcom 262 Ruth features a complete ugged Rick Christianson 256; Tom Paterson 279; Charles Wentr 252; Gordon Laurie 232; Bruce Canflcld fairways and bent grass house facilities have been dining sillito 249; wilma valer i. Rig- wishing to zation Passey 370 Oliie Palmer 536; Del F-lexhaucl 255 of using this new occer socc.r in order to final, if the teams finish in a tic rise losses and keep the game will be replayed June surpi goal averages in good shape. Strategy was based more on the calculated possibility of qualifying for tlffi quarter-finals than on putting on a good show. Now it's win or else. If teams icd after extra lime in prior lo the .lunc 21 will be decided 23. At Leon, every German player will be looking for re- von'.'W in the replay of the IDCfi World Cup final which England i won in extra time with two questionable goals. The English, on the other hand, will strive to prove that their World Cup drawing a name. In the I triumph was no fluke. -a JTPH 1SW7" Seeks Two .wins twice at Henderson Park. The j Enchant will tangle twice with set for with the nightcap scheduled to start at start at two o'clock and o'clock, Lethbridge Junior Miners travel to Pincher Creek twin-bill, Vulcan Giants visit Milk River for a pair, and Brooks in Enchant. The Elks Club golf t o u r n a- menl got underway this morn- ing at the Henderson Lake: Golf Ocurbc. Golfers.played 18 holes today and will conclude the tourna- ment Sunday with another 18 holes. unior top junior golfers in southern Alberta will gather in Lethbridge Friday, July 3. Lethbridge's two golf courses, Henderson Lake and y Club, mil play host to the southern Alberta ju- championships. The one- day competition is open to any- Ihe south region which i is anywhere south of Calgary. year's championship' ill be a 36-hole event with 18 387, Lethbridge. The first 120; entries will be accepted. j Practise rounds at either course can be arranged by con- tacting the respective club pro- fessional. slated the for Henderson morning, com- mencing at and 18 holes, beginning at one o'clock in the afternoon, at the Country Club. tournament, under the a of the Alberta Golf Association, is open to any boy 18 and under as of Aug. i ir's winner of the medal play competition, will win the Jack Walton trophy while the runner up will be presented with the Jim Skinner added Incentive the winner will receive an all-ex- pense paid trip to the Alberta junior final to be played at the Windermere Golf Club in Ed- monton. The runner up will have half his expenses paid. There will be prizes for win- ners in each ape group as well j as the two major trophies. I The four Alberta winners will advance to the Canadian final! Scotia later in the 11 Entries, set at can sent to Jim Freel, P.O. Box Ball, Swarbrick Switch Clubs PITTSBURGH (AP) Pitts- burgh Penguins of the National Hockey League said Friday they have traded right winger George Swarbrick far defence- man Terry Ball of Philadelphia lyers. Ball scored 25 points in Ct with the Flyers last Swarbrick played most of the 1969-70 season with Baltimore Clippers of the American Hockey League, but was called up to the Penguins late in the season. He scored 41 points io 56 games with the Clippers. For details contact: I Dtnglnnd 237; Kay Wliteler 249; Pat I Plomp 251; Marinnc Trtmel 25? (63 Gladys Fieitl 295: Irene Lukenda 2.10; j Fran DuoinsU 570; Lynn Tremel 231. WEDNESDAY MIXED Mary Ann Robinson 253; Diane Dp- c.lirc 241; Don dwells 262; Ross All- sou 234; Robin Wheeidon Edith Votii 251; Dave Burrov.s 271; Moe Mar- tin 298: Betty Martin 275; Orest Yur. Courses helu in Willmora Wilderness Park July 18-Aug. 1 and Aug. 8-Aug. 22 Oulward Bound Program Recreation Branch Alberta Department of Youth CN Tower, EDMONTON Phone; 429-7651 PENSIONERS Sid Jones IS- Helen Scrcggle 193; Henry Meyers 175; Hermina Schaalle 255. THURSDAY MIXED Lll Holt 230; Robert Kempenaar M9> John Rempel 305; VI Prlre 2511 Tom P.issey 275; 262; Jane Smyke 267; Ken King 328 SENIOR CITIZENS Ikio linclerrnsn 224; spot MiilT 365; I 11 Halt Uniform 'M; LaVallcy 912; Srlonry Bcmolol J.'Pj Bill Jensen 23S, themselves of an e is encouraged to purchase a share in the club. There are 47 shares left in the present block at a price of per share. The next block of shares will sell for per share. Anyone wishing to purchase a share or obtain further information may contact: GORDON LAURIE Box 415 Taber, Alberta. R. A. CQUEAUX.CA., President, Tobcr Golf Club SPORTS FANS! BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. How about this Did you know there was once o baseball manager who led two different teams one sea- son and wound up in fast i place with both of them and ihis happened to the i man many say was the i greatest manager of all-time I-John McGrawl. In 1902, McGraw was manager of i Baltimore of the American League Whan he left that team in July they were in last place Next day he manager of the Gianis of the National League I and then they finished last! i Thof proves apoin that a "man can have several fail- urcs in lifs, and still turn out to be a big success. One of the oddities aboul (he 'recent Masters Golf Tour- 1 nament is that the two men who wound up tied for first and played off for tha cham- Ipionship, Billy Casper and Gene Lifiler, both grew up in me same town in California j and often played against each other as kids! I I We think of stock car rac- j! Ing as a comparatively new i sport, but did you know that I the first stock car roce in I America was held way back i in 1899, in Detroit and that was before the first Rose [j j Bowl game was ever played, before the- first World Series, and before almost every B other major sports event iri I America. I bet you diaV} know I KIRK'S (The Tire Experts) probably stress safeVy and ore more owara of their re- sponsibility qf for ffieir customers than anyone. We make certain things on ship shape. Tires, Shocks, Balance, Alignment ai! are impai you can be sure you bring your car in for The Ideal Graduation Gift !S, I Alignment n ortanf and I that when I I Free Safety Check we'll ex- I amine if with utmost effleien- E cy so you con enjoy peace of mind and come in and I see us again nexMimel I I i ne DBS! wat rui j Every Wheel! j See KiRK'S for The Best Deal For Every Wheell TIRE SALES LTD. J "The Tire Experts" Your UNIROYAL Dealer j LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1621 3rd Ave. S. 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