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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIOGE HERALD Wednudoy, Jung 71, 1972 -By Pal Sullivan jy, yOU know what liicy say aboul banging you hcnd against a hrick wall, it feels good when you quit, 1 dug :ny baseball glove and spikes out of (ho trunk of my car Monday when I found out (be St. Louis Cardinals would be conducting a baseball tiyout camp Saturday at Henderson Park. I don't discourage easily. The Houston Astros' Pat Gillick was nice about it when he conducted a camp last year. "You need a little work on the basic fundamen- tals of the Gillick politely told me. Then bis friend Epi Geuncro took me aside and explained they were looking for ball players and not over-age batboys. What did he know? He had never even seen snow before. Can you imagine the nerve of the guy? Coming from the jungles of South Ameri- ca and felling me I don't know ho'.v to play baseball. informed them both that I had played left out for lots of good baseball teams in my career. And so it is. On Saturday morning I plan to be front row centre with my glove and spikes when Norm Trasolme of Vancouver starts to look things over. How could a scout for the St. Louis Cardinals, trained to have an eye for talent, miss me with my purple glove, oversized spikes and paunch? Laugh all you want. At 29 years of age I'm just reaching my prime. Not only that, but I don't expect to be the oldest player on hand. Karl Sorokoski took his Cardinal batting helmet, a real one at that, out of mothballs and he plans to be there Saturday. How does this sound for a double play combina- tion? Sorokoski to Sullivan to Smith or Jones. All kidding aside though, this is a big opportunity for southern Alberta boys. I don't recall any major league teams showing an interest in Lethbridge or area when I was 16. But this Saturday Trasoline will show a definite interest in any boy 16-19 years of age who is willing to come out to the tryout camp. It used to be that if you were a good ball player, or at least thought you were, you would have to go to them. Not anymore and Saturday is an indication of better things to come. So don't forget, 10 Saturday morning join me at Henderson Lake for the one-day camp. I just might be able to show you some new tricks. Losing 164 to North Battleford Saturday evening didn't seem to bother manager Doug Frier of the Lethbridge Lakers as much as the trip home. Lakers got to North Battleford alright and when their Sunday encounter with Kindersley was post- poned due to rain the team headed home and the fun began. "We weren't drinking or said Frier Monday "but we got lost." "We went from pavement, to gravel, to dirt and then back to gravel and then back to he added. "It got so bad we didn't even know where we were." At one point in the wilds of Saskatchewan, ac- cording to Frier, the people came out and cheered. They thought they were finally going to get bus ser- vice. Narrow victory The M and K Generals came up with three runs in the top of the sixth and seventh in- nings to edge the Labor Club Athletics 6-5 in Commercial Mens" Fastball League action Tuesday night. The Athletics held a 4-0 lead after five innings of play as losing pitcher Ed Carpenter carried a no- hitter. Generals came back with eight hits in the final two in- nings to give Tom Yip, who was relieved by Kaye Elliott fa the seventh inning, the victory. Rod Morrice stroked a pair of singles while Bill Christian' son added a double for the Generals. Harry Nagata belted a home run while Tom Fillingham man- aged a double and a single for the losers. Dennis Obcrg also poked out a pair of singles in a losing cause. Meanwhile in exhibition play, the Miners' Library tagged los- ing pitcher Dennis Hydychuk for 10 hits to drop the 'Leth- bridge Hotel Juniors 8-4. Third straight Country Clult title No one horns in on Barbara PAT SULUVAN llcriiUI Spurts Btirb Homo of 1ms a bml luihiL Slio doesn't lliitik it Is all flint bad n :iabit but her follow golfers fool it is. Miss Hoviio, In (lie inst four years, hns t! c stlvenviiro in women's golf nml Tuesrtny ol r homo Country Club courso o continued to exhibit her (1 habit. Slio won. "I'm not nil Mini happy about my she said in the pro iiflcr tlio Eunice L tiyout in blows. WliiMliiM' or not slio was slio spit led for u iilnc- slroku victory over elnlmuitc Noriuu Dunlins in llic champ- ionship Nitflit of tlie one day event that drew entries. Boulton twosome triumphs Tom and Ken Boulton com- bined their talents Tuesday ev- ening at Henderson Lake and came away with top honors in the annual father and son tournament. The Boulton twosome fired a four over par 41 for first place in the championslup flight. Ted and Ron Berlando earn- ed second place with a 44 fol- lowed by Dick and Gary Jones with 47. AM entries in the one-day af- fair were members of Hender- son Lake. The tuorney was to have been an IB-hole affair this past Sunday but inclement weather forced officials to postpone it until Tuesday. In the low net division of tha champions liip flight the honors went to Peter and Ian Morley as they bested Les and John Wildeman and Ludvik and Lud- vik Pahulje Jr. Division two honors went to Terry Baldwin and Bill Hen- derson with a 44. Earl and Earl Ingarfield Jr. deadlocked in second place with George and Doug Morrison. Alone in fourth spot was Don and Blake Tillot- son. Steve Regal combined with Derek Redman to win the low net in the second division. Bill and Hogan Sinclair were sec- ond with Don and Darrell Laid- law third followed by Jim and Mark Shigehiro. Les and Brian Colwill won the third division low gross title with a SO, one stroke better than Vince and Brad Toth. Low net honors went to Jim Matkin and Doug Henderson over Tarn Ito and Greg Koshney. Meanwhile, the Henderson Lake junior championship will be run off Friday. There will be an 18-hoIe qualifying round commencing at Friday morning. Tho low eight qualifiers will then play another nine holes Friday afternoon with the low medal score over 27 holes the winner- The final nine holes go at three o'clock Entries for the one-day event can be obtained at the pro shop, In Junior Golf League action Pahulje holds down first place with 19 points two more than CHEC Radio. Gillett Construc- tion and Kenwood are dead- locked for third at 13. LAKESIDE JUNIOR PIS Pahulle....... CHEC Radio Gillefl Kenwood...... Flemings Hflico......... College Mercury Dunlop Ford FATHER-SON CHAMPS Tom Boulton, lefl, and his son Ken won the annual Henderson Luke Father and Son golf title Tuesday at the lake. uiwun ration MEN'S AND BOYS MEN'S fin QK from 4 U g MEN'S SHORT SLEEVED FQRTRE! KNiT SHIRTS 60fl .uu MEN'S AND BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS by JANTZEM flfl BOYS' m nn 'UU from 4 MEN'S SHORTS KORATRON n Qn, (Pertna Press) I FORTREL 4 A (No-iron) I 3.95 14 .00 BOYS' CAMPER COATS MOHAIR ANO WOOL A must for vocation time..... BOYS' SHORT SLEEVED FORTREL SHIRTS Sizes 10 to 18, lovely choice of colors and pallerns. From HUDSON'S BAY 100% Mohair Throws PRICED AT HUDSON'S BAY POINT BLANKETS PRICED AT COMPLETE SATISFACTION! REMEMBER OUR POLICY OF LEO SINGER'S MEN'S BOYS' WEAR 214 5lh STREET S. PHONE 327-3953 BC Lions sign Johnny Musso LUBBOCK, Tex. (AP) Running back Johnny Musso, Alabama's "Italian says he never thought he would spurn a National Foot- ball League offer to join a Ca- nadian club. But he did and he is delighted. "There really wasn't any comparison between the said Musso, who rejected Chi- cago Bears in favor of British Columbia Lions in Vancouver. "I got a better contract and the people treated me belter it's beautiful country and I believe there is a lot of op- portunity for a guy who goes Aquatic clinic set for weekend An aquatic instructors clinic will be held on the weekend. The clinic is a joint affair with the Alberta Red Cross Water Safety, Lethbridge Community Services department and the Department of Culture, Youth and Recreation sponsoring the two-day session. The clinic will be held Sat- urday and Sunday with regis- tration beginning at 9 a.m. on both days. Instructional lime is set for 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. for moms and tofs Saturday while on Sunday the pre-schools will get instruction between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. Further information can be obtained by contacting Mas Gibb at 328-9686. up there and does he added. Musso, one of Bear Bryant's finest products, Mill be per- forming for the Alabama coach for the last time Satur- day night as a member of the East team in the Coaches All- America Football Game. The nationally televised contest matches Bryant's Easterners against the Western club of Oklahoma's Chuck Fairbanks in Texas Tech's Jones Stad- ium. Musso, 5 foot 11 and 191 pounds, said until recently he never considered a pro career anywhere but the NFL. "Really and truly, that's where I always wanted to he said. "I never thought about playing any where else. But I got drafted low and then Chicago didn't make any glamorous offers by far." He said he got "a little dis- enchanted with the Bears and then began seriously consider- ing a Canadian offer. After I talked about it with them (lire after they made their offer and I saw their place and met their people and saw how they treated you, I don't even know why I thought about it so long." "There's a lot of different things up there. You can have a job or go to school and still play. It's not a full-time job like it is down here. It's not such a big thing but I may go back to school. I might go to law school and that would be a big pius for playing in Canada." Mrs. Dougbs, cheered on by her Inisbatid Country Clui) pro- fessional Mike Douglas, put tho pressure on Miss dome oil tlio opening nine holes. Mrs. Douglas came up with a solid 43, just three strokes back of Miss Home's 40. "I was cooler than a good sheet of curling ice on the back nine." joked Mrs. Douglas. She finished with, a 51 for a 95 and second place. Miss Home, while it seems she coasted to victory, was displeased with three double bogey's on the back nine. With her Tuesday triumph Miss Home stretched her win- ning mark to seven major city titles in the past four years. Her win Tuesday was her third straight Country Club Invitational honor. Add to that 'ter four straight city women's :rowns and you can see where ler domination is. Third place in the champ- ionship flight went to Helen Foss of the host club with a 95 after rounds of 47-48. Norcen Johnson of Fernic was in at 9S with scores of 45-51, good enough for fourth place. Rounding out the remainder of the championship flight were Gladys Redfern of the Country Club with a 98, Bertha Stewart of Fort Macleod 99 Doreen Ehlert of Cutbank Mont. 99 and Grace TeLford, Pincher Creek 102, Meanwhile, in the nine-hole senior event Mary Quittenbaum of the Country Club was the winner. Seven golfers took part m the senior competition in Iho one-day event. In the team event, staged in conjunction with the tourney, the host Country Club team, with players Barb Home, Enid Pepper, Norma Douglas and Gladys RedJern, had an aggre- gate score of 378. Henderson Lake was second at 421 follow- ed by Cutbank with a 520. FIRST FLIGHT 1. Enfd Pepper, Country club 101) 3. Alice Weir, Mentor Lake 101 Consolallon _ Kiy Schueck, culbank SECOND FLIGHT 1. Mary Wener, Culbank TOij Marg O'Brren, Country Club 104. Con. THIRD FLIGHT 1. Mary McMurchy, Taher 111; 2. Marg Trabor, Taber 111. Consolation Belly Dulor, Ferr.lt IK. FOURTH FLIGHT 1. Marg Green, Country Club 1H; 7. Thelma Covtts, Henderson Lake 115 Consolation slg Peterson, Culbank FJFTH FLIGHT 1. Jano Passey, Taber 110; 3. Elsie Bower, Country Club 110. Consolation Pearl Hocksleln, Pincher Creek 115. SIXTH FLIGHT 1. Middtefcn, Henderson Lake 115; 2. Molly Mitchell, Country Club 117. Consolation Nell Mclntosh, Country club 121. SEVENTH FLIGHT 1. Jean Peake, country ctub 122: 2. Audrey Scott, Hentferson Lake 122 Consolation Helen Draftln, Country Club u. EIGHTH FLIGHT 1, Votdene newar, Country Club 134, 2. Leona Hopkins, Country Club 125 Consolation Olive Turnbull, Taber NINTH FLIGHT I. Peggy Flaa, Country Club 13S- 2. Marg McCellan, Vulcan 137. Conso- lation Rolla Chambers, Country Club Hi. SEVEN TIMES THE WINNER Barb Home made It seven major Lethbridge golf titles Tuesday as she won her third Country Club Invitational event. She has also won the city women's title four straight yeors. Golf league play results LAKESIDE MEN'S Low net Bill Karbashew- ski, Ace Building 31. Low gross Bill Karbashew- ski, Ace Building 35. Low team net Ace Build- ing, Don Tillolson, Bill Kar- bashewski, Milch Forester, Jon Thorlacius 143. CHEC........................a, Flemings............ en Gentlemen III......... Ace "74 Sugar Beefers..... 71 Dorisa-lH The Herald ..................6g Jubffec.................AS House of Lethbridge..... .....AI A and W............... A3 Safeways Walkers..................... 55 Imperial Life.................52 Leo Singers (ACCEPT VET? FATE, LAD, VOU'UL NEVER 8E RICH, WRE L1VIN1' IN THE WRONG PLACE [N WRONG PU3, IS THERE ANV------- I UNDESBEVEUOPED NOT FAR FROM 'ERS? EVHRYTHIN'S SEEN THOUGHT OK. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE PcJ GBL .917 .400 4 .533 4 Calgary Jimmies 12 Erfm. Tigers 6 Lefhbridge 7 Caf. Gianls 5 Red Deer i 3 6 331 Edm, Blue Wil. I n .OJ3 10 NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST W L Pet. GBL Pittsburgh 34 ?0 643 Nev; York 34 .421 1 Chicago 3i 22 .607 2 Montreal 35 32 .43? 11V? St. Louis 25 :t 4W Philadelphia 20 36 .357 16 WEST Houston 34 ?3 .610 CincinnaH......35 23 .403 Vi Los Angeles 32 24 ,552 3Vi Atlanfa......... 27 29 7Vi San Dfego 20 38 ,3J5 S3P. !1 4-', .373 IS TODAY'S GAMES San Francisco Bryant (3-i) af Chi- cago Pappai (5-4) Los Angeles Oslecn (7--I) at Pills- burgh Bfass (8-1) N Philadelphia Carllon (7-6) a! Allanla (5-7] N York Koosman (3-3) ah Hous. ron Griffin (2-1) N San Diego Kfroy (S-7) at St. Louis Sanlorlni (3-6) N Montreal Renko 0-J) at Cincinnati Nolan (8-2) N TUESDAY'S RESULTS San Francisco W 010 12 1 Carrilhers (3-4) McMahon (11, Mot- firt {-1) Reberger (4) and Rader; Moor- on, Reusclicl San Diego 000 200 020 483 SI. Louis ._ Oil 000 100 5 9 0 Norman, Acosta (3) Corkins (5) Caldwell (1-3) (8) (10) and Cor- rales; Wisa (6-7) and Simmons. HR: Montreal 001 !IO 7 1Z 1 Cincinnali 101 COO 0 Morton (3-7) Gilberl (7) Marshal) (P> and Humphrey, Boccabella McGlothlin (3-5) Gullelr (5) Sprague (6) Borbon (7) and Bench. HRs: M1J (6) Fairly New York MO 100 7 1 Houston .....003 WO 7 13 (5-3> Capra (4) Taylor (7) and Dyer; Forsch (4-2) Ray (7) and Howard. HRs: (7) Kranepool May Los Angelei at Pittsburgh, ppd., rain. Philadelphia at ANanla, ppd-, rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE East W BiillTmore ......31 Delroit ......31 New York 25 Bosfcn ........33 Cleveland 73 Milwaukee 13 West Oakland 33 Chicago JM .463 .442 .434 ;ota 33 ?2 M 23 ,600 .455 13 13Vl Kansas City 2S California Texas TODAY'S GAMES Texas Gogofewskt [3 6) at Bostoi Gulp (4-d) Kansas city Splitlorff (5-4} at York Kline Chicego Bradley f7-3) st milwai> Parsons (6.4) N rrourland Mfl-iJ ;1 Mi Bfyleven (7-7) N- Derloif Tirnmerinan (5-5) Oak- land Hollinian (in) N Baltimore Dobson (B-S) a1 California May (1-4) N TUESDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Cleveland .100 100 S l Minneiola .034 Md S l Colbert (1-5) lidrow (4) Hennhigart (7) and Fosse; Kaat and Roof HR: (8) Soderholm SECOND Cleveland MO 000 1 E 1 Minnejola 030 000 J 7 0 Lamb (0-2) Riddfeberger (i) Kilken- ny C) and Moses; and Dempsey. HR: Lowensfein Chicago .....000 000 J J Milwaukee HO 001 71] o (11-5) Kealey (7) Jonn5on (8) and Herrmann: Lcngborg (4-3) and Rodriguez, Kansas Cify 000 000 I 11 1 New York 010 002 1 1 Drago (4-4) Rurgmeler (7) arvd May; Kekich (o-5) Lyle (7} and Wunson HR: Texas ......001 020 1 BoiTon.....190 010 3 5 1 Hand (4-4) Llndblad (3) Pina (9) and Billings; PaUIn (2-B) Lee (7) New- hauser (S> and FIsfc. HRs: 110 3 1 C01 000 010 3 4 0 Colernan, Seelbach (3-4) [9) and Freehan; H.xier (7-3) and Duncan HRs: Kaline Oak (4) Rudi Ballfmore 000 Ml 4 7 0 Califarnra C01 000-1 o Palmar {9-1] and Gates; Clark Allen Fisher (81 anc! Torborg, Ste- phensor> MOVE UP TO GENERAL IADIAL TIRES SO'K Better '0 Mileage 6 Ply Puncture Protection ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 405 in Avt South Mono or 327-4445 ;