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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ___WBctntidoy, Jun. 17, 1970 THE IE1HURIDGE HERALD 15 NOT MUCH LEFFT This is all that was left of the car driver Richard Brown was In when it crashed. The accident, which claimed Brown's life, took place last weokend at Mosport, Ont. Brown, it was estimated, was travelling at a speed belter than 150 miles an hour. Most Experts Think So Two Violins A Cinch? TORONTO (CP) "Three less than two for is the way Ayelino Gomez describes the winning distance Two Violins will claim over the rest of the field hi Sat- urday's lllth running of the Queen's Plate at Woodbine race- track. Gomez is a reluctant specta- tor of this year's top event for Canadian-foaled three-year-old thoroughbreds, but having been aboard a record four Plate win- ners, the 42-year-old retired jockey speaks from experience. "The only way anything Is gonna come close to Two Vio- lins is if the track is said Gomez. "Then it could be anybody's race." TITO Violins is the first horse going into the Plate with an un- defeated record since Horome- ter, who won it in 1934. The dark bay gelding, bred and owned by George Gardiner of Toronto, has five straight wins this year for trainer Lou Cavalaris. He didn't run as1 a two-year-old because of minor injuries, but now is favored to win the race Saturday and bring Cavalaris and Gard- iner their first Plate trophy. Asked who he thought would set the pace over the dirt course, Gomez suggested it may be Bees Wax, the sprinter owned by Jack Stafford of To- ronto and trained by Gil Rown- tree. Race Results EDMONTON layed in Buenos Aires and won jy Brazil 3-1. Tlie Uruguay players will no doubt be reminded of their quarter-final against West Ger- many in Uie 1906 World Cup when two players were sent off. The 11 a 1 y -W e s t Germany clash is not expected to produce such fireworks, although with an appearance in World Cup final at stake anything can hap- pen. Gianni Rivera, Italy's West Germany goes Into Uio forward, played his first game semi-final tired hut confident in ,he quarlcMina. 4-! victory over host Mexico nt Toluca-j after trail- aml was cautioned by the ret- j ;ng ij_v two goals for much of Uio ei'ee for arguing. 1 game. ANDY CAPP 'OW1? THINSS WITH V3U AN1 ANbY THESE CAVS.FUORRIE? Sport NfCKLAUS MOVING NEW YORK CAP) Jack Nicklaus has advanced from 10th place to sixth in pro golf's weekly money-winning race, it was announced Tuesday by the Professional Golfers Association tournament players division. Nicklaus finished in a tie for third in the Western Open, earn- ing for a total of and became the only player among the leaders to change bis position. WILL APPEAL CHICAGO (AP) An at- torney for Cassius Clay said Tuesday Uie deposed heavy- weight boxing champion's draft-evasion case will be ap- pealed under Monday's Su- preme Court ruling on con- scientious objectors to mili- tary service. I and about 19 pounds in weight with the New York area blacked (214 to out. Quarry will get a j "I'm going to fight Quarry the way Frazicr said Foster, "put plenty of pressure on him." "I know I'm at t.ho cross- said Quarry. "If I lose this one I will be finished." In 1970 bouts, Foster knocked out Jimmy James and Jack O'Halloran. Quarry stopped Rufus Brassell and outpointed Scrap Iron Johnson. The Hl-round match will ho carried on a special television network lo some 65 U.S. tides guarantee or 25 per cent of (lie receipts and Foster will t ake I home Ring lime for the main event is 7 p.m. MST. Before tire main bout, tlie Garden will stage n birthday celebration for Jack Dempscy who will be 75 June 24. Tlw show will open with a four-rounder and tlicn will come a Id-round match between Mike Quarry, JeiTy's brother who is unbeaten in 23 pro fights, and I Ray Aj'ala ot New York. _ I The Supreme Court ex- empted from military service young men who have strong moral or ethical objections to military duty on the basis of deeply held beliefs. TO COACH KINGS WINNIPEG (CP) Gerry Brisson, who coached West Kil- donian North Stars of the Man- itoba Junior Hockey League last year, has been signed to a two-year contract by Bran- don Wheat Kings of the West- ern Canada Hockey League. He replaces Ron Maxwell whose contract was not re- newed. 200 TO ATTEND MONTREAL (CP) than 200 members of the Cana- dian Amateur Ski Association are to meet here this weekend in the body's annual meeting. Old-Timers Play Royals j j If the weatherman sees fit the Lethbridge Royals will meet the Lethbridge Old- Timers in an exhibition soccer game tonight at at the Civic Centre. Royals are fresh from a 4-1 win over Calgary Juventus in the Calgary Lethb ridge league. Alvin Teitz, Peter Dur- rans, John Stropnik and John Fomradas handled the scoring for the Royals. The locals next see action Sunday in Calgary against the Shamrocks. The agenda will run the gamut from a possibly revised constitution to a better public relations image. HODGE srr.xs VANCOUVER (CP) -Goah'a Charlie Hodge was signed Tues- day to a one-year contract with the National" Hockey League Vancouver Canucks. Canucks general manager Bud Poile said Hodge, drafted from Oakland in the NHL ex- pansion draft last week, is in excellent health. JACK'S PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIDGI For Estimates JACK FULLER 328-2515 1 In darker shades. Broken tat range from 37 to 44 Rea., 39 to 42 Tall ALL WOOL ORE55 By Day's. Broken sizes from 28 to 36 "ft I wcfist. Colors of navy, grey, brown, MEN'S ASSORTED LONG AND SHORT DRESS and colors. MEN'S FASHION SHIRTS DRESS SLACKS 4 .89 For the older man at Reg. 19.95 and up. All wool Full cut with pleats Colors Brown Navy Grey Olive Sires MEN'S RAINCOATS For PRICE Sizes 36 to 44 Reg., 39 to 46 Tall. Colon Beige, Navy ond PRI In Cardigan, Pullover and turtlt neck styles. Selection includes: Bulky Knit Wool, light weight wools, Light weight cottons. Sizes: S-M-l-XL Colors: White, Navy, Gold, Camel, Brown, Black, Light Blue and Olive Green. ASST. IONG SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Colors of If. green, powder and white. Fused col- lar, button cuff. Sites t to }6Vi neck, 32 to 35 sleeve MORE SPECIALS! SPORT SHIRTS TICC Men's, out. colon I It J Reg. and up SOCKS Mcn'i stretch MEN'S CUFF LINKS AND CUFF UNK SETS for PRICE 2.00 PRICE PRICE We carry only nationally advertised brand name merchandise covered by our guarantee of total satisfaction. LEO SI MEN'S 214 5th STREET S. BOYS' WEAR PHONE 327-3958 1 ;