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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THt IETHBRIDG! HiRAlO Monday, Palmer charged but then faded Victory grand, Nicklaus half way to slam PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (AP) Jack Nicklaus won his third U.S. Open title and his 13th major golf crown Sunday in gusty Pebble Beach winds that blew down all other challengers. Only Nicklaus' strength and doggedness stood up to the near-impossible conditions and even he wondered at times if he would make it. Winner of the Masters and the U.S. Open, the first two legs of the unprecedented professional sweep which no man has ac- complished, Big Jack now must set his sights on the British Open at Muirfield July 12-15 and Court says no to Flood's bid From AP-HEUTEB WASHINGTON (CP) The United States Supreme Court re- jected today the bid by former St. Louis Cardinal star Curt Flood to have baseball's reserve clause declared illegal. Flood, an outfielder, brought the suit after he had been traded in the off-season to Phila- delphia Phillies, charging that the reserve clause committed Mm and other players to a form of slavery. Tough tourney -Palmer At issue was baseball's tradi- tional immunity from anti-trust laws which has made it possible for the major leagues to hold players to binding contracts and transfer them to oilier clubs. But the reserve clause also makes it impossible for a player to obtain employment.with an- other major league team unless he is traded. While rejecting his plea in a 5-to-3 decision the court found that baseball's immunity from the anti-trust laws is inconsist- ent in view of the application of those laws to other organized sports. However, the majority said Congress, and not the high court, must act if baseball is to lose its immunity. Flood was traded to the Phil- lies after the season. COMEBACK FAILS He immediately brought his suit against organized baseball and sat out the 1970 season.' He consented to be traded to the American PGA at Oakland Hills in Birmingham, Mich., Aug. 3-6. Bob Panasiuk of Windsor was the only Canadian in the tourna- ment. He went out Friday with an 83 that brought his 36-hole total to 160. The final round over the par 72 Pebble Beach course that snakes along tho crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean was played in conditions too foul for man or beast. WINDS REACH 30 The winds whipping off the ocean reached gusts of 30 miles an hour. The postage stamp greens were bard as concrete and slick as marble. All of the competitors, including Nicklaus found themselves playing out of craggy canyons and off of rocky beaches. Twenty-eight of the 70 survi- vors failed to break Two- NICKUVUS TRIUMPHANT Jock Nicklous holds Ihe trophy emblematic of his vic- tory in the U.S. Open golf tournament at Pebble Beach. The win gave Nicklaus the sec- ond leg on the way to golfs grand slam. Now Nicklaus must win the British Open and American PGA. He hod earlier won the Masters. (AP Wirephoto) Locals tops at Red Deer Swimming season ends Lethbridge Amateur Swim Club competitors splashed their way to a season ending tri- umph over the weekend. The locals, who will now take the summer off before training opens again in the fall, travel- led to Red Deer and emerged with top honors in a one day meet with1 Red Deer and a team from Vernon-Kokanee. Some 49 swimmers took part in the event and the local club finished 24 points in front of its open competition competitors. In girls' Wendy Kasling and Susan Hunt combined to sweep the honors. Miss Kastuig chalked up four wins while Miss Hunt was right behind in all four events. In boys' open Lome Kcmmet hit the finish line ahead of the pack four times as well. Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park result Saturday. FIRST claiming, 2 year oTds, i fur- "star Pine (McCaufey) 8.40 4.60 3.50, Cariboo Chief (Hedge) 3-W 3.00, Cyp- ress Pal (Barfoby) 5.50. Time Fabienne, Blrlh, Potlatch, Royal Key Orb also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- Dividend (Rycroll) 6-30 3-W strous Sun (Hedge Indian Quill (Combs) 4.50. EXACTOR S53.20. 3-30, Lustrous ge) 3.50 3.10, Time 3-5 Gallon! Apollo, With Speed, Bassano Boy, Down The Well also ran. DAILY DOUBLE 5335.90. Track Scratch Western Strip. THIRD claiming, 4 year olds i 7 furlongs West Germany wins title BRUSSELS (AP) Gert Mueller scored two goals Sun- day and Herbert WImmer net- ted one as West Germany beat the Soviet Union 34 and won it? first European Cup of Nations soccer championship. The Germans dominated from the start and thwarted the Rus sians, who had only a few s ing threats, A near-capacity crowd o half of them German fans, watched the game warm overcast weather a Brussels' Hey s el Stadium. Mil lions across Europe watched the game on television, Mueller opened the scoring ir the 29th minute by rolling ID th ball after it had been kicked ou by Soviet goalie Evgeni Ruda kov. Four Ltghl (Levlnel 7-50 3.30 350, lympfc Sim (Barfoby) 13-70 5.00, Go a Gler [Arnold) 3.00. Time 4-5 Wolf's Go Go, Anita D, Cosmic Kid Iso James, Shirley Van Dyk was the r of two races in girls' 13-14 lile Wendy Tuk chipped in th a second in the same divi- DH. On the side of the ledg- in the 13-14 bracked Tim id Rob Emerson each had a in as did Henry Van Egteren, ho also had three seconds. Tim Myers won one race and as second in three others in oys1 11-12 while in 10 anc nder Mark Babick was first once and second twice. Lorie earned the other firs ace ribbon for the locals in iris' 10 and. under. She also earned a second place ribhon. With the season at an em nly the open competition wimmers are trainin g. They take part in the nationa nals in Winnipeg. FOURTH allowance, 3 year olds, 7 fur It's Entre (Levl ne> 11.60 1.50, Regal Point (Sanchez) 4.40 3.00 hi eld of Hope (Kipling) 3-40. Time Nestlme, Selfen Point, Kindly Farm er. Prince of Northlands, Luty'i Alf >astro also ran. FIFTH claiming, 4 year olds and up Old Fart (Combs) 1000 5.50 Sandra's Magic (Arnold) 9.10 5.10 Sri octal wig (Shields) T Indian Lake, Silky Page, Tricky Shy Sabre also rar Aa OUINELLA SIXTH 500, era 4 year olds and up Ve miles Jean's G oldie {Shields) 600 3. .60, Belle's Sheila CRasmussen) 3.3 Segul Palmer Clonlnqer Hoernef and Williams, New York .000 100 100- 260 Clnclnnali .100 000 OOt- T i Seaver (9-3) and Grlmsle> (3-2) Borbon (8) and Bench, HR: Beaver SATURDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 7 Los Angefes 2 SI. Louis 4 San Francisco 3 Houston 10 Philadelphia 5 Clnclnnali 3 New YwX 2 Atlanta 3 Montreal 2 San Diego 4 Pittsburgh 0 Detroit..... Itlmore Jew York ;land Joston Milwaukee lakland hicago Ainnesofa Kansas Clly California Pet. .585 .5AA .453 16 .679 28 35 25 ...23 .413 7 TlVi 12'A SUNDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 000 001 041 Oakland .010 f 16 2 Wlleox Rlddleberger Har- jn Mingorl Farmer [8} and Fosse; Blue (1-3) and Duncan. HRs: Epslefn Hendrltk Derrolt 400 000 3 T California 000 000 000- 0 7 1 L alien (11-4J and Freehan; Ryan !6-5) Rose (8) and Kusnyer. HRs: Cash Chicago .102 SM 10 Boitort.....Ml OOt 4 2 atinsen (9-7) Romo (A) and Eganj Curlis (3-2) Tfant (41, Balln Kraus- se (8> and FisV. (31. 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