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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, Juno 19, 1970 ANDY CAPP I'MNOGOOb, THINGS WILL BE DIFFERENT. I SWEAR IT TAKES TWO T MAKE MARRIAGE WORK Cavalaris Philosophical TORONTO (CP) Lou Cava- laris prefers to remain philo- sophical about his professional misfortunes, even if they are big ones. Cavalaris trains Two Violins, the horse which until Thursday morning was the outstanding fa- vorite to win Canada's richest thoroughbred lllth running Saturday .of the Queen's Plate, which now has a purse of Two Violins showed swelling on liis left foreleg after a work- out Thursday mmiing and owner George Gardiner ot To- ronto agreed with his trainer that the horse shouldn't be en- tered. was Cavalaris' immedi- ate answer when a reporter asked if he thought there was a jinx on his top contenders. "Tills sort of tiling happens to lots of horses. We've got a bunch out at the farm now with injuries of one kind or another." Cavalaris has had a series of such disappoinfmcnts in recent years, and 1968 was one of the Peter Fuller's jccvcry of a prohibited drag in the horse's urine disqualified him from the winner's purse. A few weeks later, Dancer's Image came third in the Preak- ness but again was set back be- worst. He saddled Dancer's Image which won the 1963 Kentucky Derby. But dis- Ober, Smith In Hamilton Joyce Ober and George Smith of the Lethbridge Track and Field Club left the city Thursday for Hamilton. The Ontario city is the site of the British Empire Games team trials. Ober will compete in the women's long jump while Smith is expected to compete in the 400-metre hurdles. Coach George Gemer will ac- company the two athletes. oral contenders with Dance to JIarkct a slight favorite at 5-2 over Mcntrealer J. Louis Le- vcsque's entry of Franfreluche and Craquemitaine, both at 3-1. A total of 15 horses were en- cause he had bumped another j tered in the premier event for hcrse. Canadian-foaled three-year-olds "It's just racing said' with the winner's fjjrse set at Second-place money is Cavalaris. The withdrawal of Two Vio- third and fourth lins opened up the field for sev-1 Big Names Falter With Nicklaus Leading The Way CI1ASKA. Minn. (AP) Eng- land's Tony Jacklin compares playing an unfamiliar, wind- blasted golf course with (ravel- ling must adjust. But Jacklin treated the par-72, Hazellinc National Golf Club like home Thursday and vaulted into the lead with a one-undcr-par 71 in the U.S. Op.en golf championship. "If I go to a new said Jack'lin, "I adjust to its food and its habits. When I play a new course, like this one, I try to adjust to its characteristics." The rest of (he star-filled field didn't adapt to 40-mile-an-hour winds that slammed into Hazel- time and sent almost half of the 105-man field over 110 'after Thursday. Jacklin, with the forcefii winds reminding him of English courses where he learned the game, adjusted so effectively that he was the only man below par. No one else reached par. Two strokes back were Mason Rudolph, Julius Boros and Chi Chi Rodriguez. Bobby Mitchell Tony Evans and Richard Craw- ford were tied at 74. STARS TRAIL Billy Casper was in a large group at 75, Lee Trevino fin- ished at 77, defending champion 0 r v i 11 e Moody and Arnold Palmer trudged in with 79s, Gary Player took an 80 and Jack Nicklaus 81. Toronto Al Balding, one ot three Canadians, scored 75 to stay four strokes off the pace with 12 Americans. George Knudson of Toronto, is JO-over-par with and Bob Panasiuk of Windsor, Onl., had a first-round Jacklin, the 1SG9 British Open champion from Elsham, Eng- land, went into the last three holes of his round four-undcr- par. But the 25-year-old Briton was one over par on .16 with three putts and in a creek for a two over on 37. "It wouldn't bother me at all if the winds continued the next three Jacklin said. "1 was brought up in this kind of weather. In fact, this wind isn't tremendously strong compared to some lliat we get back Nicklaus and Palmer said th ings could change, and quickly. "I'm not out of said Nick- laus. "Suppose I come back with a C8 that might make the cut by JO strokes." The field will be cut to the low (io and tics after the second round. Palmer said: "Anything can happen if the weather stays tho same." The forecast called for dimin- ishing winds for today's second round. Replaces Robin Fry AI Helm Of Team John Wagcntall was near League game the Pirates slash- perfect Thursday evening as he eel the Dodgers 18-0. fired a no-hitter to lead the j Heno Trentini gained the win Expos to a 16-0 win over the Cubs in Norcrest Little League action. Wagcntall allowed just four walla in his outstanding per- formance. He also picked up a double and a single. James Sevetsan pounded out a double and two singles while Dale Pytcia managed a double and a single off losing pitcher Rick LaFournie. In Lakeside Minor League action the Cardinals dumped the Astros 16-8 as Doug Cavers was the winner over Dale Sea- man. Randy Rook stroked a pair of doubles and two singles for the winners. Brent Hanna add- ed a trio of safeties. In Ncrcrest Little League ac- tion the Astros came back from a six run deficit, scoring eight runs hi the fifth inning to de- feat the Cardinals 8-7. Ron Lamane was credited with the win and Jim Rapuno took the loss. For the winners Mark Hirotsu rapped out a double and a single while Kim Tinordi crrck- ed a double for the losers. In another Norcrest Little EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM MONDAY, JUNE 22 8.30 P.M. 2 REFEREES! ABDULLAH THE BUTCHER vs CARLOS BEIAFONTE SWEETAN S HAYES vs URSUS KROFFAT SWEET DADDY SIKI vs DANNY BAB1C J. CHRISTY vs MARCONI _ Bl CHRISTY vs VALENTINE ADMISSION 52, Box Office Opens 7 p.m. Watch Stampede Wrestling Saturday Afternoon and Monday Night on CJLH-TV Chan. 7 Win up to WITH v.'hile K. Miyashiro took loss. Standings 11 B and R Myi's Wear has in- creased its lead four more the points after last night's outing at the Country Club. They have Richard Shardlow was the big gun at the plate with three singles and a double. Greg Kev- eder chipped in with a home run. R. Ehellenberg belted double and a single in a losing cause. The Downtown Lions bested the Tigers by a 9-2 score in a Senior Little League contest. Royce Hancock struck out six batters to gain the mound vic- tory and Kim Spielman was handed Uie loss. Tn the hitting column Ross Wakelin collected three singles and Lonnie Howg a double and a single for the winners while Bill Harris poked nut a single for the losers. Gamblers Gain Win In a Commercial Fastball League game the Contractors edged the Nu-Mode Homes by a score of 7-G. Ron Zasadny was the win- ning pitcher wiiile Arie Kony- nenbelt was the loser. Ewen MeKenzie was the big gun at the plate for the losers as he stroked a home run and two singles. Garth Lamb and Richard Dielzen stroked out two singles apiece for the win- ners. No winner could be decided in the other game as the RCMP and the Lethbridge Hotel fought to a six all tie. The pitchers were Bob Saps- ford for the Lethbridge Hotel nd Frank Popson for the RCMP. jumped to 69 points followed by Beny's with CO. Jim Freel Jr. for B and R Men's Wear led the climb as he won the low gross honors with a 38. Low net honors1 went to both Vaughn Giffen of Beny's and Doug Boyer of B and R Men's Wear with a score of 32. B and R Men's Wear with players Doug Boyer, Jim Freel Jr., Dorin Berlando and Vic Mccch won low team net with a 143. CIIEC gained an eight point sweep over Lilydale. In Lakeside action Rober Gil- lett for Kimuras shot a 38 to win the low gross score. Low net score was won by bolh Na- zem Kirk of Parsons and Leo Grubniski wiVn a 32. Parsons won the low team, honors with a 143 and which also enabled them to gain an eight point sweep over Dorigattis. Members on Parsons team are, Bill Pcn- ech, Nazem Kirk, II. C. Brown and Fred Harrison. LAKESIDE Parsons..................... 66 Bastedos.................... 62 Safeways................... 67 Singers..................... 60 CHEC 59 59 Flemings.................... 58 Kimuras...........f........ 53 Walkers..................... 57 Boise Cascade 55 Fraches................... 55 Herald.................. 51 Owen...................... 51 Dorigattis................... 51 Southern Alta. Co-op as A and W 39 COUNTRY CLUB ind R Men's wear...... 3eny's.................. Dorigattis............... CHEC.................. -raches................. Lethbridge Office Furniture Jlydale................. Hepps 'lesfrup Atlas................... Parsons................. Eatons.................. It didn't seem to matter whether he was a participant or a coach, Logan Tait enjoyed a great deal of success. Tait is hoping his good for- tunes continue in his new en- deavors. It was announced today that Tait will be the coach of the University of Lethbridge Chi- ncoks when they take to the basketball courts this fall. Tait succeeds Robin Fry, who has taken a leave of absence for two years' to complete his Ph.D. at Washington State University. Chinooks, under Fry, com- peted in tho Western Canada Intercollegiate Basketball Asso- ciation for the first time last season. The locals failed to make the playoffs in their ini- tial campaign but university of- ficials were more than pleased NEW COACH Logan Tait, former standout basket- ball and soccer player, will handle !he coaching chore; for the University of Lethbridge Chinooks this year. IN EXPORT CIGARETTE TOBACCO Moore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayor Magrath Drive A DAY Your Headquarters For: O Imperial Oil Products O Fishing Licenses 6 Stereo Tapes Garden Supplies Campfiro Equipmenl O Fishing Supplies O Btir-B-Q Supplies We Mow Propane Bottles Corner 3rd Avenue and Mctyor Magrath Drive Phono 327-1046 Licensed Mechanic On Ouly From S a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday tluu Friday, PLAYERS UNHAPPY NEW YORK (AP) The Na- ional Football League Players Association disclosed Thursday ;hat it had filed an unfair labor practice charge against the NFL and its owners following a breakdown in a threat to commissioner Pete Rozclle's powers. SEEKING FIFTH HORSHAM (API Shirley Englehorn shoots for a record fifth consecutive wo- men's pro golf tournament vic- tory in the George Washington at Hidden Springs Golf and Counlry Club starting today. WANTS DIS.MFSSAN SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Trans-National Communications Inc., whicii has lost control of Oakland Seals of the National Hockey League, has asked to have its petition seeking bank- ruptcy dismissed. AGREE TO JIHKGEit ATLANTA (AP) The Na- tional Basketball Association and (he American Basketball Association have agreed upon a plan for a single professional league that would be known as the National Basketball Associa- tion. SNOW HALTS GOLF TIMMINS, Ont. (CP) A qualifying round for the On- tario amateur golf champi- onship was delayed today by snow. Kelio Tourney Set For Sunday The annual Kcho Park goif tournament is scheduled for this weekend. A one-day, match-play event, golfers arc asked to qualify be- fore the nine o'clock opening tee-off. Entries for the event are set at The golf course is located three miles north and tlirec miles east of Nobleford. Holiday Time is Time-Up Time! We Specialize in TUNE-UPS TEXACO CAR CARE r- i i Another reason Carburetor and Ignition AIL WORK GUARANTEED! ES Rancho Rcss Wliitmoro lessee Owner 6th Avc., MM. Drive Phono 327-5406 with the club's performance. The job of improving on last year's record has fallen square- ly on the shoulders of Tait and ho seems more than eager to accept the challenge. If the new coach can instill any portion of the enthusiasm he displayed as a participant ir.to his charges, his previous success should continue. Dividing his time between soccer and basketball, Tail's past is more than sprinkled vuth good fortune. In 1954, while still a resident of Vancouver, Tait captained the Canadian junior basketball championslu'p team as well as the junior soccer national champs. In 1959 he was the choice as captain of the team which competed in the World Games in Chile and the Pan An erican Games in Chicago. Tait first saw action in Leth- bridge in 196L and it was the beginning of a three year icign for the Lethbridge Bro- ders as Canadian senior basket- ball champions. In 1962 Tait was co-captain, as he was with the Broders, of the Lethbridge Nationals when they competed in the Manila In- vitational World tournament. It was in this tourney that the Na- tionals finished second, Can- ada's best ever performance in internal i o n a 1 competition. Tait was with the Nationals the following year and played in the Pan American Games and the World Games1. Tait has always been able to shoulder responsibility, an as- set in his new job. He coached the Lethbridge Junior College Kodiaks in 19fiii- 69. He took last winter off to take part in his own activities uch as raquetba.ll and hand- ball. He is currently part of the citv raquetball doubles cham- pitnship team. The new coach expects to be- gin practices in mid Septem- ber working with a strong nu- cleus of second year players and a good mixture of new- comers. Event: Goes Saturday Lellib ridge's Country Club Golf Course v.'ill be the -scene of city amateur champion- ship Saturday. An competition, the event is open to anyone in tire city. Action gets under way at nine o'clock Saturday morning. Soccer action has Lethbridge Royals travelling to Calgary to meet the Shamrocks in an inter-city contest. Four double headers are on tap in the Lethbridge Recrea- tion Senior League. In Lethbridge the Miners will host Vulcan Giants at Hender- son Park at 2 p.m. and Lcthbridgc Cubs arc in Brooks for a pair while Pincher Creek visits Taber. The other twin- bill has Enchant at Milk River. Dallas Hotel Cowboys will meet Great Falls three times on the weekend in exhibition fastball. Saturday night the game goes at eight o'clock while Sun- day games are set for one and three. There will be no stock car races Sunday as members of the Southern Alberta Auto Racers are in Great Falls. The annual Magrath men's open golf tournament is slated to get under way Saturday morning. The championsliio flight will be a 27-hole affair while the rest of the flights go 18. NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Chicago....... 34 Jew York 31 'iltsburoh 31 .r. Louis 23 'hiladelphla 27 Montreal 23 38 .377 l2Vi West 35 33 29 27 27 -71-J .556 .550 .460 .426 .422 lincinnatl -os Angeles Atlanta....... Francisco Diego Houston 'ODAY'S GAMES 'hiiadelphia at New York N it. Louis at Chicago Montreal at Pittsburgh N at Atlanta 2N -os Anaeles at Cincinnati H Francisco at San Diego N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 003 ail 9 0 San Francisco coo ooo 072 Jenkins (8-7) and Histt; Robertson Johnson1 Reberger (5) Wc- Cormick (6) McMahon (8) and Dietz. HRs: (IB) Santo Atlanta U 1 Montreal 001 12 0 Mlkero, Pappas (8) Jaster tl-1) (8) nnd Didier; Renko, Strohmayer (6) Stoneman (J-B) (7) Reed (9) and Bate- man. HRs: Aaron' Gosqsr (2) Fairly AMERICAN LEAGUE East W BaSlimorf 3? New York 33 Detroit 3! Boston.......29 Washington 29 Cleveland 17 West Minnesgta 33 California 35 Oakland Chic 3J 23 51 20 Pel. GBL .629 .603 m .525 6Vt .-'.92 .-168 10 .458 .667 .574 .371 .350 .328 17V? 20 Kansas City Milwaukee 20 41 TODAY'S GAMES Chicago af Oakland N Milwaukee at California H Minnesota at Kansas City H Detroit at -Cleveland N Washington at Baltimore TH New York at Bcsfon N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Now York 100 US 360 Boston 000 QGQ 273 Waslcwski (1-0) Me Daniel and Gulp (5-7} Romo (B) and Moses. HRs: Petrccelli (2) Washington ooo sol 3 6 o Cleveland 100 101 680 Shcllenback '2-2) (6) Such (E) and Casanova; Paul, Lasher f2-5> Chance (9) and Fnsse. HRs: Rcdriguer (9) FOSSQ (11) Morton ;