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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Hales City ins Title Satur Tlie trophy emblematic of su premacy in amateur golf in today rests on the mantelpiece of Greg Saturday afternoon at the Lctbbridge Country Club Hales fought off a challenge by some 45 other golfers to register a threestroke victory in the championship flight of the one day Hales toured the par72 Cou try Club with a twoover was the low qualifier with a I and never gave up the lead J picked up on the first Murray a Henderso Lake and Fras of the Country Clu tied for the runnerup spot wi identical Mills fired ounc CITY CHAMPION Greg Hales reigns foday as city amateur golf Hales won the title Saturday at the Lethbridge Country McLean Tops North Rodeo CP Kenny McLean of Okanagan was all round champion of the Albert Kinsmen rodeo during the McLean placed well up in all three events he entered saddle bronc wold cow milking and calf and had a first place finish in the saddle bronc Other winners calf Texas stem Dale Huddle Washington brahma bull Larry bareback bronc Mal colm Lethbridge wild cow Pat De Rocky Hockabar of Medicine Hat suffered a broken leg when he fell from a bull Friday He was taken to hospi tal in nearby Edmonton and re leased of 3M1 while Baalim was 3 The remainder of the chair pionship flight went as follow Don Cavers Barry Kimei Earl Fox Nick Onofr chuk 82 and Tom Gelleny Drag who for Iv years was the Country Clu mens won the fir flight with rounds of H edged Steve Smerck by on stroke and was two better tha Lloyd Bud winner of th second started 4 but finished with a 35 to regis ter the second lowest round the RESULTS Championship flight GrP 353 Murray Mill 3641 77 Frascr 3839 First flight Doug 40 77 Steve 3939 7B Lloyd Second flight Bud Gamelin 35 76 Duffee 3941 80 Dl Jone 4142 83 Third Flight Richard Ar dre 3743 EO Bernie Carrie 3743 Ed 4042 8 Fourth flight Roger 3 82 Cliff 3844 82 Fred 4043 Fifth flight Keith MacDonali 4743 90 Earl 4447 1 Georqe 4746 Crash Claims Courage ZANDVOORT Heuters rochen Kindt of Austria driving a Lotus 72 Ford led all the waj Sunday to win the Dutch Granc rix in a Formula I motor race larred by the death of Piers Courage of Rindt finished ahead of Jackie tewart Scotland in a March ord and Jackie Ickx of Bel gium in a Courage was killed in the 23rd ap of the SOlap race when Ms omaso Ford left the oiled over and burst into The fire was so fierce iat adjoining woodland was set Firemen were driven by ic No other cars were Involved n the was the second ormula 1 driver killed this On June Bruce Me aren of New Zealand died hen he crashed during a test rive at rated one of the ast improved drivers in lot into Formula 1 prominence hen he finished second in last ears Monaco and American and BASHED IN APRIL In Courage walked am the track unhurt after his omaso 505 crashed during ualifying trials for the Spanish rand Prix in He was heir to one of Brit ns largest brewery busi Courage married Lady half sister of the Earl of in They have two Jason and who as born in His wife as in the pits at the time of e After Sundays Stewart umped into the lead of the orld drivers championship We with 19 He was lampion last who won the Monaco rand Prix last moved to second place with 18 With Rindt more than 30 sec ids ahead of the Stewart ok over second place from kx on the 50th lap and Clay eggazoni of Switzerland swept to third place in his Juns 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 wmV iy ii f w WX v 2tffflR V I 5 yB s w fp Y Is t i W f BRAZIL SCORES AGAINST ITALY Brazils third from left Enrico Albertosi Italian defenders are Robert Rosoto left and kicks ball towajds goal Sunday in second half of final game for the World cinto Pachetti second from His shof was good despite an attempted block by Italian goalie Winners Played As If They Had Wings1 Praises By DENNIS REDMONT MEXICO CITY AP World occer cliampions Brazil pr ared to return home today to riumphant reception and a nc onal holiday after retiring tl ules Rimet Trophy for keeps i undays final game agains Italian coach Ferruccio Va glumly paid Brazil th est compliment in his dressin oom after Italys 41 The Brazilians played as icy had Valcaregg Since Brazil began the Ion oad to the World Cup last Ai the team never droppe 5 attacking brand of soccer They trounced Ci imbia and Venezuela to reac le final They walloped Czechoslovak edged England 10 and bea amania In the quarterfi Peru succumbed an ruguay fell 31 in the semifi Twelve straight victorie without a single th razilians possession of th olden cup which they had woi rice Brazil did not start off as tb Over abundance of talen ther than lack of it was the VEN PELE THREATENED Even the great Edson Aranta known to all as mply had his place on e team threatened because o 1 e g e d incompatibility witl But playing his third inning World Cup finals roved the prophets wrong as scored the first Brazilian al of the a header from x There was talk that Brazi d too many forwards and nol ough talented The controversy culminated the firing of coach Jao Sal nia and Ms replacement by ario Jorge Lobo one the men who won the Work p for Brazil in 1958 and Native Sons Dropped Tivice Meadow Larks Poor Hosts JACKS PLUMBING SERVES LETHBRIOGE For Estimates Phons JACK FULLER 3282515 It didnt take Edmonton Mea dow Larks long to remove the welcome mat after Lethbridge Native Sons arrived in Edmon ton for a pair of Alberta Ju nior Lacrosse League The locals travelled to Ed monton looking for at least a NORBRIDGE MARINE SERVICENTRE 1252 3rd Avenue North Alberta Phone 3276960 Now is the time to bring In your boats and outboards for spring tune up or JOHN BACEDA YOUR SERVICENTRE FORi jA K and Trailer Repairi Engines j All work backed by years of experience Free pickup and split that would keep them In close contention for a playcff berth in the five team the Larks had other Saturday night the hosts handed the Native Sons their worst beating as they belled the locals Sunday afternoon the Native Sons unleashed a 52 shot barrage at the Larks but managed only three markers and dropped a narrow 53 deci That was a good game to get out of our said coach Dave Smith after Satur day nights That shellacking will do us more good than he who scored Hie lone Lethbridge is still more than pleased with his clubrs performance so far this sea In their first and with only a handful of experi enced the Sons have won once and gained a pair of ties in seven Sunday afternoon Smith again led the way as he fired home a pair of markers while Lyle Miller added a Itwasnt any better for the Juvenile Tlie Lancers accompanied the Native Sons and came back empty handed as Saturday night Dan Iwaski scored twice while Phi Legge and Dwayne Kitchner chipped in with solo markers tat they werent enough to overcome a seven goal effort by Edmon Sunday the Lancers were blanked Native Sons will travel to Cranbrook July 45 for a pair of exhibition games and will re turn home to host Cranbrook July First Wiii N AP Mark the 1968 and 19C9 T r a ii s A m driving won his first race of the season by a comfortable margin in the Marlboro 200 Sun The victory also was the first for American Motors Javelin in this series for compact sports sedans thai is heavily endowed by the Detroit Zagalo kept to a methodical plan which provided 130 days of preWorid Cup training for the Tlie Brazilians were the first of the 16 finalists teams to arrive in on May Their training plan was meticulously arranged down to the last black which was imported specially from More than 250 crates of equip medicine and food were shipped to Once the players were rigidly pro tected by private guards and a strict training But organization did not win the Brazilians the World Ii was the brilliant sprinting anc dribbling of such players as who scored a goal in every It was the midfield Ontario Dojninate Track Team Chosen HAMILTON CP Ontario and British Columbia athletes dominated the weekend trials to select a 58member Canadian track and field team for ttie British Commonwealth Ontario placed S2 men and women on the team that goes to Edinburgh for the July 1625 Games and the contingent took 21 Alberta has three members on the Saskatchewan and Manitoba one The rest of he country is not Tlie team carries 21 women and 37 Among the surprises in the twoday meet were the lack of a serious contender for the mens 100metre dash and the defeat of veteran Abby Hoffman in the womens 800 Veteran Harry for mer world record was he only sprinter Friday and Saturday to meet the ond standard in the 100 metres when he won the But le went lame and did not con est the final in which the four eading runners1 recorded a time of Two members of the Leth ridge Track and Field Club ook part in the games trials mt neither were able to make the George Smith placed fourth n the 400 metre hurdles in a ime of The mark ettered his old Alberta record f but it wasnt good nough to make the He ad trouble with the last hurdle nd it cost him a place with he national Joyce Ober was fifth in tire 00 metre dash in a time of Doug Chapman of Vancouver arlier lit the standard but assed up the trials to attend he United States Amateur Ath etic Association meet in Des He has been amed to the Games team for ie 200 metres but may also run in the Miss the Toron tonian who won a gold medal in the 196S British Empire was beaten Saturday in the 800 by Noreen Liepins of a 26yearold mother of two said she had trained for two years to beat I concentrated so hard on the 800 that I lost the that Ive accomplished what 1 was I can go back and concentrate on my specialty Another beaten veteran was Irene Piotrowski of fourth in the 200 She lost to Patti Loverock and Stephanie both of and Jan Maddln of tactics of Gerson and which opened gaps in Italys the tightest in the Until the first the gams looked like a tossup despite con stant Brazilian But in the second drained by tension and the Italian defence Jairzinho and right Dack Carlos Alberto came ihrough with three quick goals to make the Brazilian triumph of there Both Clubs Win In Soccer Play Both Lethbridge Soc c e r teams came up with weekend In the Golden West Bombers dropped the visiting Taber United side 52 in Southern Alberta Soccer ague Lethbr i d g e Royals travelled to Calgary Sunday and came away with a 31 victory in Calgary Leth bridge InterCity League Kurt Ruff paced the Bombers to their win over Taber as he fired home a pair of A Robert DeGroot anc Ron Lowe each found the range John Stropnik scored two goals to spark the Royals to heir second straight win over Peter Durrans got the Undefeated LONDON AP Rod Laver of Australia downed John New combe 63 today iii the fi nals of the London grass courts a possible re hearsal for the Wimbledon the real excitement of the day was left to the women where Margaret Court of also the top seed for overc a m e Winnie Shaw of Britain 62 for the womens oilier LeLhbridge This Saturday the Royals will travel to Medicine Hat to play the Trojans in one semi final to decide a representative in the Cup Sunday the Royals will be at home to the University of Calgary at the Civic Centre at three playing what he was said would be his last World He stayed farther back than usual 3ut came to the fore with pierc ing bursts of smiling wanly when he missed a shot at As usual he was closely and as usual he en gaged in his protesting hystrion trying to cinvince the ref eree to call fouls or When it was the Brazili crowd favorites from tile received the cheers of the fans as they ran around ne Others were carried on fans shoulders and escorted jy harried Tostao was nearly stripped nude by wild ans grabbing his ocks and shoes as WRESTLING TONIGHT 1 REFEREES ABDULLAH vs BELAFONTS Plus 4 Big Bouls 50 Holiday Time TV 1 i TIT I June We Specialize in Carburetor and Ignition you call ML El Rnncho Service 6th Phone 3275406 Row Lessee Owner WHATS GOT ilTO THE This two great new 1 00cc Honda rnotorcyclei ert soiling so fast we honestly have trouble 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