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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHSR1DCE HERAID Solurday, Jsm. 24, 1972 Says: "Golfer of the Year" SHORT IRONS. MEDTUMIRONS" "LONGlRONS" WOODS Tlaj- Ball in'Same Place Anything you can do lo promote consistency in your shots is a plus. One of the more important methods involves the po- sition of Ihc ball, hor all normal shots good lies, little or no wind. etc. Ihc best ball position for the average oolfcr is about (wo inches inside the left heel, Then if you position your hands opposite the inside of your left thigh, they'll be a little ahead of Ihe ball. The only change needed is playing the ball closer to your body as you get into the shorter- shafted (higiier-mim- bcred) clubs. 3.S. Paiemont signs pact CHICAGO I AIM Kosaii-e Paiement, 26, right winger and centre for Vancouver Canucks of Ihe National Hockey League, signed Friday with Chicago Cougars of the World Hockey Association. Ed Short, general manager, said Paiement signed for an un- disclosed sum for three years. Also signed was Rick Morris, 21, left wing the last three years, (or Laurentian Univer- sity in Quebec. The two pre- vious years he played for Dallas Black Hawks in the Central Hockey League. Pliement scored 34 goals In the 1970-71 season for the Can ucks and 10 last season when he was hampered by an eye injury "Two years age there was a rumor I was going with Chicagi Black Hawks" said Paiemcnt "I was disappointed when didn't. Last season, after scor ing 34 goals, I was unhappy with the contract I got from Vancouver." Knudson misses cutoff by eight strokes jamieson performing well in front of homefoiks NORTIIBROOK, 111. (AP) 'laying before the Immefolks could he the key lo victory for Jimmy Jamieson. The 20-year-old pro from JIo- nc, 111., has come close lo win- ning Iwice in the last four veeks. Now he's in the unfamiliar role of lop attraction and ailmit- .edly keyed up. Jamiesoti chopped four moro strokes off par Friday for a two-stroke lead in the Western Open golf tournament. He shot a for a two- round total of 135 lo go seven- under-par over the wind-chilled Sunset Ridge Country Club. Two shots behind Jamieson was stylish Doug Sanders, who shot a for a 137. J. C. Race results Snoad came in with a and 138 while R. H. Sikcs, who started the round tied with Jamieson, remained Ihree-un- der-par at 139 aEter matching par with a Toronto's George Knudson, the only Canadian in tlic field, blew himself out of the next two rounds with an 81 Friday for a 157 eight strokes over the cutoff score. "I'm one of the few pros rep- resenting Illinois and Chicago and I usually get keyed up for the said Jamieson EDMONTON fCP> Northland Perk race resullj Friday: FIRST allowance, 2 year olds, S Fur- longs Magic Lodge (lnda> 6.00 3.SQ 7.50, Commander (Halabil 5.20 3-00, Irish Knave (McO-iurey) ?.90. Time: Reca! Echo, Roy at Horse guards, Prince Bianco, Red Victory also ran. SECOND cfaiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs Last Trust (Sfadnyk) 7-10 4..JO 7.EO, Hop's Dream S.3O 3.50, Duel 'Fair (Barrobyl 2.30. Tirr.e 3-5 Satascha, Color Me Amber, Kahula, Rryken ice also ran. DAILY DOUBLET Consolation Daily Double: 15.90 Track scratch Plucfcy's Sltadow. THIRD claiming, 4 year olds and up. illes Silk Buttons dnda> 18.50 1P.10 3.10, Regal Hawk 'Rasmussen) 5.00 2.EO, Nioawin evine) 2.CQ. Time: 3-5 Mister Bountiful, Wolf's Go Go, Ar- wellr Heir cf Hope, Saucy Susie also QLJJrJELLAi 538.90... FOURTH Sl.-JOO, claiming, 3 year olds, 1 1-lfi mites Brown rAarlne (Stadnyk) 14.00 7.00 5.00, Hellzi (Kipling) 6.60 5.00, Dsvcy's Hone fNorrfiU A.fO. Time: 1-5 Rusty Rousor, Saucy Morn, Messen- ger Lad, Gypsy Fay, PAIss Cur also FIFTH V..IOO, claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Pequlna Princcsa (Arnold) 12.10 6.30 4.SO, Northern Emperor (Combs) 4.90 3.70, Twin's Pride (Morris) 4.20. lime: Hadason, Tetraspeed, Angel Coun- Iv, Taffy Blond also ran, EXACTOR: SS2.50 Track scrarch Billings' Bullet. SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Ballyclare (Morris) 5.00 5.00 3.40, Law Boss (Rasmussen) 5.90 3.90, Bent Behl (Combs) 3.50. Timer 2-5 Jr. Orbit, In Apain Flnnegin, Draifcn BuHy, Chained Flag, Charlie Chcri SEVENTH claiming, 4 olds and up, 7 furlonos Copcl TO Dnsti (Lcvlnc) 10.20 4.W 3.SO, Irish Wlnsfrel (Sanehczl 3.40 3.00, Carmengay 'McCauley) 4.40. Time: 4-5 Theo bald, Rcxequus, Irrlsislible, Fleet's Rule, Sinful Papa also ran. EIGHTH SriWO handicap, 3 year olds, 1 1-16 miles Count Stempre (Sanchez) 7.00 2.90 2.50, Winning Red (Hasmussenl 2.90 2.50, Dan's Artlsl (Arnold) 3.10. Time: Cornploif, Summer Stan, Honor and Glory, Cape Dyer, Tolaqulllo also ran. NINTH claiming. 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs The Wisp (Shields) 9.00 5.50 3.10, Beauco (Barroby) 8.40 4.40, Fool Trade (Indai 3.30. Time: 1-5 Rubella, Solar Record, Royal Deal, Grey Cup Star also ran. QLJINECLA: 1H.50. TracX scratch Here Cookie Introductory Offer TheNewUniroyal INTER 2 belts of steel for 30% more mileage and better hazard protection cushioned between 2 plies of polyester for extra ride comfort. Size F78-14 Whitewalls .95 EACH Thenev; Inlersfeel delivers everylhingyou expect from a steel belted tire: PERFORMANCE: More (read on Ihe road improved skid control and beuer stability and steering response (especially for big car and station SAFETY: better protection against road hazards lhalstab, Elssh and cut conventional tires. MILEAGE: Tha fntersleel belt combined wilh deeper tread for up to and PLUS EXTRA COMFORT: Inlersteel's two steel belts are cushioned between I'TO plies ol polyester for a smooth, quiet, comfortable ride. compared to cur convenUonal falas-ply lire. INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL PRICES ON AIL OTHER SIZES! G7B-H G78.15 H7S-14 H78-15 J78-15 178.15 44.80 4S.SO 57.65 6O.65 For the Ultimate In Service and Safe Vacation Trips this Summer See us for Brakes Shocks Balance Alignment ALL WORK GUARANTEED AND PERFORMED BY EXPERTSI CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE JUST IT" INTEBSTEEL At Centres Pariicipaiing Dealers LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5985 TABER 620T 50th Ave. Phone 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C. Phono 423-7746 Registration brms are available The registration deadline for 11 teams intending to partici- ate in the Southern Alberta iames is June 30. forms for the 'arious divisions which include, pen men's, open women's, ju- lior men's and junior women's he obtained from Wayne Jowes al the Summer Games office at the old City Annex. All players and are eminded that elimination lor the Summer Games are to be ilayed in Lethhridge on July 8. Meanwhile, the City of Lelh- jridge will stage Its regional wimnu'ng elimination meet lor he Summer Games on Tues- day, Jiute 27. Tlie swim meet will get under way at one o'clock in the after- noon at Ihe Fritz Sick Pool. Registrations be accepted no later than June 26. sjh t t. Jl X FIGHTING MOTHER NATURE George Knudson, of Toronto, Ontario, a right-handed golfer, turns his club around and takes a left-handed swai at the ball fa get out of trees on ninth hole of second round Western Open at Sunset Ridge Friday, Knudson failed to qualify for third round play. (AP Wirephoto) One big happy hockey family? WASKESIU, Sask. (CP) The Western Canada Hockey League wound up the business end of its annual meeting Fri- day night and for the first time in history appeared to be one big happy family. This new approach comes in the way of a plan to strengthen two of the weaker members of the league, Victoria Cougars and Vancouver Nals. Both clubs were new in the league last season and finished fifth and sixth respectively in the western division. The two west-coast clubs will receive help through a draft under which they will be allow- ed to select a total of five play- ers from each of the other 10 members of the league. How- ever, they will be restricted in that the only players available will be (hose 17 years oE age and older and not listed among the 19 protected players on each team. Each team will ha permitted to protect two goal- tenders and 17 other players and no team will lose more than one player. Also planned for the coming season will be a travel pool, based on the average number of miles travelled by each club during Ihe season with those clubs travelling below a set number drawing from it. Bill Quillcy, of Calgary, was rr appointed rcferee-in-chicf with Bill Wilson, general man- ager of the Regina Pals, elccl- od president Blues leave Kansas City KANSAS CITY fAP) St. Louis Blues announced Friday they will no longer operale a hockey club at Kansas City. General manager Sid Abel of the Blues said an agreement was reached with the National Hockey League Detroit Red Wings to furnish players to the Fort Worth, Tex., team of the Central Hockey League. Players from Kansas City, also of the CHL, will be offered to the Fort Worth club. OPENING GAME LOS ANGELES (AP) Los Angeles Sharks announced Fri- day they will inaugurate the World Hockey Association's first season Ocl. 13 against Houston Aeros at (he Sporls Arena here. Rod Carey of Medicine Hal was elected first vice-presiden1 and treasurer and Scotty Miin ro of Calgary as second vice- president. Thomas Fisher was as executive secretary whil Medicine Hat was awarded thi 1972-73 east-west all-star game to be played Jan. 30. The meeting was to conclude today with the drafting of a tentative schedule for the 1972 73 season. Attendance increases for NHL games NEW YORK (CP) The at tendance trend in the Nationa Hockey League continues up ward, the league paid Friday i reporting the 12th consecutiv year of increased patronage. The 14-te'am circuit enter lained a record payin customers in league and playol games during the 1971-72 sea son. The total of fan at regular-season games wa more than during th previous season, whe The NHL office here said th 36 Stanley Cup playoff game drew 582.666 fans. The figure for (fie previous year's playofl were not given. During the last two seasons NHL arenas have averagw close to 90 per cent of capacity the league said. In 196M1 the NHL, then wit six teams, drew fans t regular-season gamss. It ex pantM lo 12 learns in 1967 an 14 in 1970 and goes to 16 thL fall. ring n it Minor baseball Ken Slilson was brilliant a he led the Giants to a 11-2 wi over the Braves in Norc res Little League action Fri d a night. Stilson went the distance o the mound without giving up hit and added a pair of double, to aid bis own cause. Ross Erickson also chipped In with two doubles while Crai Robinson stroked a double an a single. Mcrylon look Ihe loss allow ing 12 hits durin" the sevc innings of play. Iter naiilng six birdies and get- ng only two bogeys in his ound Friday. "There were about 200 people rom Moline out there today and think there'll be about 400 lo- said Jamieson, wlio bviously enjoys playing before ois friends. With Jack Nicklaus, Arnold "aimer, Lee Trevino and Gary ''layer skipping the Western for various reasons, Jamieson has suddenly taken over as the No. 1 attraction of the tournament. Sanders, who missed an eight-foot pult and then tliree- putletl from eight feet for suc- cessive bogeys, bagged seven birdies lo get into serious con- tention. Sanders, who ended a two- year winless streak by captur- ing (he Kcmpcr Open earlier this season, said: "I'm not driv- ing the ball extremely long but hittijig it straight and my iron play has been very good." Tommy Aaron, with a 55, had the best round of the- day and the tournament and lowered his total to a 143, one- over-par. John Elliolt of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., a part-time lour profes- sional in Ihis country during tho summer, holds a one-stroke lead moving inlo loday's secord round of Ihe 54-holo Quebec Open golf lournament al the Rosemere golf club. Elliolt carded a three-undcr- par 63 over Hie layout in Friday's opening round, one of only 12 golfers from a field of 158 pros and amateurs to better the par-7I mark. "II was an easy 68 for Elliolt said. "I had no bogeys all day and my longest putt for a birdie was a 10-footer on the first hole." Elliott also birdied the short, par-three third with a five-foot putt and was under par on the 511-yard 18th, wtien he pitched up antl hit the flag from 15 yards off the green. Tile bounca left him just six inches from tha cup. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES ALBERTA MAJOR LEAGUE Vf L Tel GBU Cnl. Jimmies 1? 3 .800 Edm. 4 4 .600 3Vi Cal. Glanls..... 8 5 .583 Lelh. Lakers R A ,571 3l'j Red Deer Elks ..4 7 .364 6 Edm Blue Will I 13 .071 lOVs NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST W L Pit, GBL Pitisburgh......37 21 .633 New York...... 37 22 .627 Vt 34 34 ,566 3 St. Louis....... 34 32 ,44B 11 Montreal....... 24 33 .-141 Philadelphia 71 37 .363 16 WEST Cincinnati 37 24 .607 Houston 37 25 .597 Vt Los Angeles 34 76 .547 Allanld......... 27 31 M6 SVa 5an Diego...... 21 39 .3iO 15l'j San Francisco 32 45 .33a 18 TODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh Brifes H-2> el Chicago Hands Philadelphia Fryman (3-7) at fAon- trcal Stoneman fi-i> St. Louis SplnKs (3-4) a! New York rViarfack (7-31 Houston Dlerfcer nt Cincinnati Billingham U-7} H San Francisco Barr [D-2> San Di- ego Grief (3-10) M Atlanta Scheuler and Kelfey (4-5) at Los Angeles Singer (3-7) and Sufton (t-21 TN FRIDAY'S RESULTS Pillsburgh MO 300 t 0 Chkago 001 1 t 0 Blass (91) Glusli (9) and Sanyull- Fen; Jenkins (5-6) McGinn (B> and Hundley. Philadelphia MO 000 1 t 3 Monrreal 000 MO 7 0 Hash Shcy-l (8) and Bflfeman; Torrer (B-3) and Humphrey. Houston MO KW 3 1 CInclnnatr .000 31D 4 1 Reuss (5-61, Yoj-tc (61 Gibbon (8) and Howard; Grfmsley (4-2) and Bench. HRi tlfl'. ArPanta ......100 000 3 0 Los Angeles and Down- Jnq (4-31 and 51ms. HR: San' Francisco 010 MO 1 1 I San Diego .000 010 7 0 McDowell Moflirt (9) and Rad- Arlh '7-6) and Corrales. HR: Colbert- St. Loirli at New York, ppd., rain. LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Cedeno, Hh......718 38 74 .339 M.AIOU, StL.......195 76 65 .333 Sangulllfn, Pgri 217 23 72 .332 Carhr, ?7 53 JW Pgh 35 76 .317 Sanfo, Chi ......U9 2S il -3U Clementc, Pgh 2M 37 W .316 Home runs: Bench, Cincinnati, Kinsman, San Francisco, Runs baNed IniBencri, Cincinnall, tSSit Slargelf, Piltsburqh, (J7X Pjkhino (i> decisions: Blsss. Pitt; burqn, J. Ray, Houslon, AMERICAN LEAGUC EAST W L PcF. GBU Delrolt 32 2J Baltimore 31 2i .551 1 York 26 29 .473 Boston .......21 30 .4J.1 7 C levels nd 34 31 ,4'S 7Vj Milwaukee 19 34 .345 12Vi WEST Oakland 33 IP .647 C hicago 35 23 .403 Minnesora......30 25 .545 7 C Bllfornla......38 32 .447 11 Vt Kansas City 26 30 UVi as.......... 25 34 .424 U TODAY'S GAMES Detroit Lollch {11-41 and Coleman (85) at Siltfmore Cucllar (46) and McNally (7-4) TN New York Kline (6-3) at Cleveland Kilkenny (0-C) Boston Sietert (7-3) at Minnesola Kaat (e-2) aF Kansas City Rocker Hennfgan and Fosse. HR: Allen California 001 CDO J 1 Oakland 1H 040 0 2 1 Ryan (7-5) and Kushyerr Hamilton (4-1) and Duncan, HR5: (lay CWO OC-fl 7 1 Kansas City 000 001 J 10 0 J. Perry 14-4) and Mlllerwald; Solif- lorlf (44) and Ktrkpatrick. HR: Mayt-erry Chicago .....CHID 3 1! a Texas..... CM 102 481 Wood m-6) Forsfer (81 and Herr- mann Bosman, Cox Paul Llndhfad 131 and Billings. HRs: gallon .....WO 000 S 1 Milwaukee oil 13 0 Curfls