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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 13 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Friday, June IS, 1973----------------------------- Game hunting rules for 1973 released SI'OIM EDMONTON' 14 (Spe- cial) Dr Allan A. minister of lands and forests, has announced the game hunt- ing regulaUons for 1973 Elk hunters will be interest- ed in the introduction of a tio- phy male elk season which will be conducted in a portion ot the sub-alpine area Dr Wariack stated the trophy elk season would be in big game Zones 7 and 9. Hunters aie urged to check regulations carefullv for the definition of a trophy elk Non resident moose hunters will be able to purchase a Zone 1 moose licence for S100 or a non-resident male mcose licence uhich will be %alid for most of the province for a fee of The regulations prohibit a non- resident from possessing both' of these licences A new Zone 1 male moose licence will be to le- sident hunters This licence will entitle the holder to take a male moose in big game Zone 1 in addition to purchasing either j a general moose 01 an elk lie-' ence Dr. Warrack announced the sheep season for resident hunt- ers will commence Aug 24 and the sheep season for non- resident hunters will begin one week later, Sept 1 Xon resi dent sheep hunting w ill close j one week earlier than the sea- j son for resident hunters Dr i Warrack staled the change in i the season is designed to in crease the percentage of hai- vest of trophy mountain sheep taken by Alberta hunters. Also announced was the cie- ation of a new wildlife sanc- tuary which is located west of Albeita The aiea, to be known as the Sheep River Wildlife Sanctuary, is located in wildlife management unit S406 The sanctuary is designed pn- marily to protect an accessible herd of bighorn sheep Dr. Warrack reminded sportsmen that the newly cre- ated wilderness areas, the Ghost, Siffleur and White Goat wilderness areas, are closed to hunting and fishing. Horseback travel is also prohibited. Hunt- ers m Zone 7 could check their regulations for the locations of' ihe vlderness aieas management unit F- 350 (Swan Hills) has been snht into two wildlife management units The new unit. F351 which lies generally north of the Goose River will remain in big game Zone one. The re- mainder (F350) will be placed into big game Zone five, which will result in a shorter hunt- ing season in that portion of the prounce than has existed for some years The opening dates for big game hunting in some of the mountain areas and in big game Zone one for most spe- cies will be September 5 with the closing date Dec. 1. Phea- sant hunting, cocks only, will commence on Oct. 5. Dr. War- iack stated that he expects the game synopsis will be available to the public on approximately the second week in July A change for hunt- ers at Beaverhill Lake also announced by the minister. In previous years, shooting was prohibited within one-half mile of the entire lake. This year the north half of the lake will be open to shooting and the half-mile shooting restriction limit will be applied only to the south half. Hunters in the Lake area are urged to exercise care when hunting near the restricted portion of the lake Hunters are urged to obtain a copy cf the game summary as they become available from the fish and wildlife offices and to check with those offices for clarification if required GENTRY SIDELINED ATLANTA (AP) Starting pitcher Gary Gentry of Atlanta Braves has been placed on the 21-day disabled list. A spokes- man for the National League club said Thursday Gentry de- rcloped a sore right elbow m a game June 5 at Montreal and has pitched only two innings since V Vf i '_ Nichlausr GOLF ARE YOU 'LOSING THE CLUB4 fit THE TOP? TwiS ONE OF GOLF'S MOST COMMON ERRORS. IT fWOUNTS TO, BRSiCRLLY, THE FINGERS OF THE LEFT HflND LOSING THEIR HOLD ON THE flS IT REflCHES THE FINflL. STflGES OF THE PERMITTING THE CLUB TO 'FLOP' ftROUND. THE RESULTING SHOT GOES RLMOST flNY- NWHERE SELDOM ON TflRGET. THE MfllN CRUSE OF THIS ERROR IS RN EXCESSIVELY FflST BflCKSWING, ONE THflT YflNKS THE flNWflY FROM THE SO QUICKLY THRT THE FINGERS DON'T HflVE ENOUGH STRENGTH TO MRINTftlN CONTROL RT THE TOP. Rain stops practices for Alberta Classic THE BflCKSWING MUST BE SLOW flND SMOOTH: 20A CALGARY (CP) Touring! professionals preparing for the 1973 Alberta Open golf tourna- ment were forced Thursday to surrender their scheduled prac- tice rounds as heavy rain soaked the Silver Springs Golf Club. Most of the early arrivals for the tournament, which begins today, managed to play the course Wednesday night, but few scores were Most concentrated on studying con- ditions. Rafe Botts of Los Angeles, winner of the Ontario Open last week in Toronto, said he found the course fairly easy Wednes- day "except when the wind was bloving." Botts, second on the Canadian golf tour's money-winning list last year with was con- sidered an early favorite in the 54-hole Alberta event which ends Sunday. "This is a large field but it is a good a tournament offi- cial said "There are more po- tential winners here than there were in Toronto." The field of 123 features many veterans of the Canadian tour plus a handful of youngsters recently graduated from a Ca- nadian Professional Golfers' As- sociation (CPGA) rookie school. The Alberta Open is the second stop on the ll-city Canadian tour that provides in prize money. It ends! Aug. 26 with the CPGA championship at Burlington, Ont. Botts, one of the few negroes playing tournament golf, earned last week as the winner's share of the Ontario Open. Seven of the 10 top money winners on last year's tour are here, including Greg Pftzer of Pacific Palisades, Calif., who won the Alberta Open while leading the money race with Also on hand Alberto of Barranquilla, Colombia, who earned and Gary Pitchford of Toronto, who finished fifth with Also considered possible threats were veterans Al Men- bert of Spokane, Wash., a vet- eran of the United States pro tour, and Moe Norman, from Gilford, Ont. Al Balding of Toronto, one of the few Canadians to win a ma- jor title on the U.S.1 tour, was in Edmonton filming a golf series, but was to arrive in time to tee off today with Dale Tallon, for- mer Canadian junior golf cham- pion who has just signed a three-year contract with Chi- cago Black Hawks of the Na- tional Hockey League They to be accompanied by Ken Mossfeldt of Calgary. 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