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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ____. Jun. 24, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 night when reliever Claude Ray- mond came on to stop a Phila- delphia Phillies threat and ease the Expos to a 2-1 victory. The Expos scored in the first and fifth innings and took the 2- 0 lead into the ninth. Then Hick Joseph and Jim Hutton of Phila- delphia singled. Raymond relieved Dan Mc- Ginn after a sacrifice by Oscar Gamble and immediately gave up an infield hit to Ron Stone who drove Joseph home. Raymond then got Danny Doyle out on a short fly, inten- tionally walked Tony Taylor and GLAD OF INVITE Elsie McGrath won the Country Club Invitational golf tournament Tuesday as she bested a field of 76 entries. McGrath Wins Invitational Elsie McGrath, of Henderson Lake Golf Club, served notice Tuesday that she will be heard from this weekend at the city championship. Playing in the Country Club Invitational golf tournament Tuesday McGrath emerged with a three-stroke victory and made it clear her game is on. The Henderson Lake shot- maker carded rounds of 4345 for an 88 and finished ahead of Barbara Home of the Coun- try Club. Miss Horne tried to rally from a first round 48 but could manage only a 43. Jean Peake and Bernice Metcalfe Derby Tickets Drawn Today DUBLIN (CP) The sweeps draw for the Irish Derby takes place today as tickets bought by sweepstake customers around the world are drawn from a big drum. A number sometimes as many as 16, depending on the quantity of tickets drawn for each horse. finished deadlocked for third spot with 92s. Defending champion Marg Metcalfe slipped to a first round 49 and finished with a. 96. Helen Little won the senior competition in the one-day tour- ney that attracted 76 entries. Little bested Ann Potter while third place went to Bea Pack. In the second 'flight Ethel Downey won out over Viola Calder. Ellen Andrews was spot with 92's. RESULTS Championship flight 1. Elsie Mc- Grath, Lethbridge; 2. Barbara Horne, Lethbridge; 3. Bernice Mekalfe, Leth- bridge. First flight 1. Isabel Katona, Leth- bridge; 2. Ena Rossiter, Lethbridge; 3. Folly Beaton, Medicine Hat. Second flight 1. Elsie Bower, Leth- bridge; 2. Jessie Baalim, Lethbridge; 3. Erma Bictcman, Lethbridge. Third flight 1. Millie snowdon, Lelhbridge; 2. Barb Howe, bridge; 3. Ida Allen, Lethbridge. Fourth flight 1. Gall Walker, Lethbridge; 2. Freda Walton, Leth' bridge; 3. Vickl Davies, Lethbridge. Fifth flight 1. Molly Mitchell, Lethbridge; 2. Hazel Alexander; 3, Nell Macintosh, Lethbridge. Sixth flight 1. Biddy Pike, Leth bridge; 2. Pat Snell; 3. Irma Middle- ton, Lethbridge. Seventh flight 1. Eva Davis, Lettv bridge; 2. Carol Nessman; 3. Boucher. BERT i MACS Your Cycle Centre of the South BOY'S OR GIRLS' DELIGHT SIDEWALK BIKES Ball-benrlng Alf lires ilreomerj kick sland and chain guard ,95 B.R.C BICYCLES The bike with Mag wheels 69 ,95 PHILIPS 3 SPEED FOLD-UP BIKES Ideal for th< Comport WE TAKE TRADES TERMS ARRANGED BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. 3J7-3ZJ1 OVER 300 BICYCLES IN STOCK "SERVING SOUTH ALBERTA FOR OVER 30 YEARS" OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Till 9 p.m. Sharp For Los Ange Expos Came Close To Losing Bv THE ASSOCIATED PKF.SS connected for a single in the fifth and scored on a double by Montreal Expos were on their Marv gtaehle. __..u-----. Boyer broke no-hit bid at Atlanta with a two-out single in the eighth and wav to another of their classic ninth inning crashes Tuesday liUImUy wclmcu iulljr A aj lui [JJQ jijjtpUS LU up u rfi struck out Larry Bowa to halt -m a Lakeside Minor L e a g u the Phillies. Elsewhere in the National League, Bill Singer pitched hit- less bail for 7 2-3 innings to lead 35. ui me less ba for 7 2-3 nnngs ea Kevin Galloway and Gary Lo- and went on to win as the Red Los Angeles Dodgers in a 7-0 both paced the Rocke'ts at Sox dumped the Yankees 11-5 romp over Atlanta Braves, New uje piate by pounding a double, in Lakeside League action. Gra- Yoik Mets edged Chicago Cubs wilde rapped a double for the ham relieved Doug_ Roberts. Pirates iosers. 12-10, Pittsburgh downed St. Lotus Cardinals 7-2, Cincinnati Reds trimmed San ncnna e on le gers rompe Francisco Giants 5-3 and Hotis- yjctory over the Bisons. ton Astros defeated San Diego Padres 2-1. BUNNING The Expos got their first run off loser Jim Sunning when Mack Jones singled and took second on an error. He got home on a sacrifice and a fly by Rusty Stab. McGinn, who gave up six hits Ted Smith Tops Field At Magrath Ted Smith of Taber emerged with top honors in the annual Magrath open golf Tournament held this past weekend. Smith fired a three-over par 105 in the 36 hole competition and bested rumer-up Dean Harker of Lethbridge by. four strokes. The consolation in the championship flight writ to Ray Stevenson of Magrath. The one-day event at the Ma- grath Golf Club attracted many of southern Alberta's top golf- ers.' Jim Nakagawa of Magrath won the first flight. RESULT! Championship flight 1. Ted Smith, Taber; 2. Dean HarKer, Lethbridge. isolation Ray Stevenson, Ma- jrath. First flight 1. Jim Nakagawa, ATagrath; 1 Gordon Jensen, Magrath; Monty Turner, Magrath. Second flight 1. Jim Malkin, Milk River; 2. John Taylor, Maarath; 3. L. B, Tanner, Magrath. Third flight 1. Cliff Ferry, Le h bridge; 2. Ron Becker, 3. JIrr Sade'n. Fourth flight 1. Harlln Cahoon, Foremost; 2. Darent James, Magrath; 3. Ewald Paul, Magrath. Fifth (light 1. Ken Boulton, Leth- bridge; 2. Doug MakadD, Maorath; 3. Phil Sheer, Magrath. 1. Wllf Forry, Ma. iratn; 2. Don Allen, Foremost! 3. Vai Sixth flight 1. Wllf Forry, grain; 2. Don c---------" Kay, Msgraih. Seventh flight 1. Allen Dow, Ma- orath; 2. Iriln Darby, Lethbridge; 3. Charlie Hougen, Foremost. Eionth fltqhf 1. Enns, bridle; 5. Floyd Nelson, Lethbridge; 1. John Rempel, Lethbridge. Ninth (light 1. BUI Sunning, Leth- bridge; 2. Tex Rothe, Cardston; 3. Jim Blaxall, Lethbridge. Easy Win For Miners The Lethbridge Miners were just too much for Brooks as they clobbered them 16-3 in a Southern Alberta Recreation gained the victory on the' mound toss ing a the weaiy Dodger right-hander immediately lifted. Pole I Bill Grabarkewitz and Manny Mikkelsen finished, alknving the Braves' other hit in the ninth. The Dodgers broke their game open with a six-run fifth inning, the first run scoring on a bases-loaded walk to Singer. Minor Ball Darren Visosky pitched a one and three singles. Randy Ste- litter for the Rockets against ven chipped in with a douole Expos to pick up a 9-0 win and two singles. Ross contest. .1. Wilde was tagged with the loss. and Lomrie Howg each had three safeties for the Lions. Greg Graham took over in the bottom of the second inning In Norcrest Minor League ac- tion the Tigers romped to a 17-9 Bruce Olsen picked up the Curtis Schweitzer managed a pair for the Yankees. In another Lakeside Angeles trimmed the _....._ as Allan Gcpneris was the win for the Tigers. Barry Buryn led the winners up at the plate bashing two tri- ples and two doubles while Mark Trebble pounded a home run and two singles for the los- 'he Tigers swamped the Ori- oles 18-0 in a Lakeside Little League game. Paul Byrne gained the mound win while Greg Montieth was tagged with the loss. In the hitting attack Larry Lennox poked out two singles and Rod OshasM a double and single to pace the Ken Hamilton socked a double in a losing cause. Harry Blacker picked up a mound victory as the Pirates edged the Cubs 11-7 in a Nor- crest Little League game. M. Wells suffered the loss. For the winners Scott Jar- vie and Greg Keveder both smashed doubles while DeGroot poked out two doubles and two singles for the losers. Jeff Ennis allowed just three hits as the Expos belted the Dodgers 11-2 in Norcrest Little League action. The loss was tagged on David Snopek. John Wagraitall pounded out home run for the winners ..hile Mark Soper and Dale Ptycia chipped in with a dou- ble and a stogie each. Tlie Senators outlasted the Lions 12-9 as Ezio Gardiner was the winner over Royce Hancock. Senators, who came from be- hind an 8-1 defict for the Sen- ior Little League win, were led by Wes Olson with a double Tony Jackliu Keeps Promise LONDON (AP) Tony Jack- lin, winner of the U.S. Open golf championship, arrived back in London from the United States today and immediately drove north to Lincolnshire to keep a six-months-old promise. J a c k 1 i n, 25-year-old truck- Letii- driver's son, said he had prom- ised his old headmaster to present the prizes at a school sports day and wasn't going to let them down. "I am tired from lack of sleep, but I must keep my he said. Jacklin, accompanied by his 26-3'ear-old wife Vivienne and their seventh-month-old son, Bradlye, received a tremendous welcome at London airport. After The loss went to Curtis Mc- Kean. Bart Greenway stroked il- of singles for the Sox while game Mot a each drove in two runs in the rally. The Mets rallied for the tying runs with two out in the ninth on a single by Ken Boswell and then beat the Cubs in the 10th on Duffy Dyer's two-ran homer. THADE BIG INNINGS Chicago, which dropped Its fourth straight, overcame a sev- en-run New York fourth with five runs in the fifth. Billy Wil- liams cracked four hits and drove in four' runs for the Cubs, who had their East Division lead trimmed to H4 games over New York. Bob Robertson drove in three runs with a triple and two dou- bles to lead Pittsburgh past St. Louis. Bob Moose went all the way for the Pirates, scattering nine hits. Cincinnati used home runs by Tony Perez, Hal McRae and Lee May to whip San Francisco. Willie MeCovey had a two-run homer for the Giants. The victory kept the Reds nine games ahead of Los Ange- les in the National League West. Jack Billingham, stopped San Diego on eight hits, pitching Houston past the Padres. Jimmy Wynn doubled and scored Hie first run of the game in the seventh, and then doubled again to drive in the Aslros' Says: Gelfi Million Dollar Wlnwt KAY IfOR YOUR NEXT SHOT Golf strategy isno'ljust i technique employed by the best golfers. Any golfer, no nutter what hit handicap, can employ jtrategy to his advantage. It comes down to play- ing for your next shot, whether off the tec, fair- way or from close to the green. There are hundreds of strategems to use, but here I'll name just one good one for the middle .handicapper. On a long par-3, one you cannot reach under ordinary circumstances, and one that has sand bunkers to the DM a "comfortable" club and play to the front of the green (solid Take a chance on a chip and putt for a par. Avoid a riskier shot from sand which you might hit with a longer club (dotted 1 rt, INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Col. cory o Roscoe Turner, 74, flamboyant four hitter while Charlie air racer and aviation esecu- died Tuesday after a long lness. Turner was America's fore- Besplug suffered the defeat. Tim Negreiio paced the win- ners at the plate as he stroked three safeties and Bob Turner most speed flyer in the 1930s, aided with two singles. He won the annual 300 nule Action will resume tonight at Thompson Trophy race three 8 p.m. et the Henderson Ball times and also captured the Park. Bendix cross-country race. Contractors Have Setback Dallas Cowboys shutout Ule Contractors 10-0 in the first of the two games played in the Commercial Men's Fastb a 11 League last evening. George Santoni picked up the mound victory while Garth Lamb took the loss. In the hitting department Danny Santoni and Corrido San- lohi poked out two singles each for the winners wliile Wayne Nesbitt rapped out double in a koine emss. The Marquis Hotel picked up a win in the second game beat- ing the Lethbridge Hotel by a 9-3 score. Brian Dickson was credited with the win while Bob Sapsford absorbed the loss. Doug Kane and LeRoy Con- ine both pounded out a double for the Marquis while Jerry Sarka and George Bruno belted two doubles for the Lotlibridge Hotel, DISCOU TIRE SAL Deluxe Champion SUP-R-BELT Original equipment on many 1970 cars, the Deluxs Champion Sup-R-Belt is lower and wider for greater cornering stability, end more precise steering re- sponse. Built with a 2-ply belt wrapped around 2-ply casing for extra-long mileage. Whirewalls 2 for 60.00 H78xl5 Blcickwnll (Replaces 8.55x15) Whitewalls 1 for 64.00 WHILE YOU ARE HAVING YOUR TIRES MOUNTED TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS LIMITED TIME OFFER: RIDE FREE FOR 60 DAYS ON MONROE SHOCKS AND LOAD LEVELLERS MONEY COMPLETELY REFUNDED IF NOT COMPLETELY SATISFIED. WHEEL ALIGNMENT FIRESTONE RIDING SYSTEM SERVICE is The specialized care of entire nding Bysioi" to your citi safe to drive. and get lull life from voilr tires WHEEL BALANCE NO CHARGE MAG WHEELS EXTRA If your car hasn't been aligned within the last 6 months, it probably needs this service now. Our mechanics correct Camber, Caster and Toe-in to original equip- ment specifications, using the most modern iquipmant. A dmtion HRE RUBBER Company of Canada limited Corner 3rd Ave, and 8th St. 5. OttN DAKY I A.M. TO ;