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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta MonHoy, It, WO THE LETHBRIDGI HERALD 7 FLYING HIGH-Frank Mahovlich (right) and Gary Berg- man of Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League, talk with Jack Mullins senior vice-president of American Airlines, after they won the 2nd annual Ameri- f kVl ,v. y >f 1" v xl siJ can Airlines golf tournament at Woodbridge, Ont., Sun- day. Their net score of 183, 27-under-par, netted them each a trophy and Twenty-six NHL players com- peted for prizes totalling WyJter Replaced, New Post To Drummond Junior League Makes Changes RED DEER (CP) The board voted to matters in the six-team berta Junior' Hockey commissioners office with announced Sunday it will of the new age system, each of its teams to use up Drummond of the over 19 must be in an four players older than the Advocate was named course in a recog- limits set by the Canadian new post and is to be university, college, trade teur Hockey for most vocational school or high The CAHA age limit now 19. The league board of directors, at a two-day annual meeting that concluded Sunday, also announced it is eliminating post of League Commissioner, effective immediately. The post has been held for Uie last three years by Steve Wyker of Ont. (CP) balls daily for 30 days pre- Open golf championship which ended Saturday was the tournament. Wright led a charge of west- of Klondike Bill and professional golfers. Homenuik brothers of Team Wright Jr. of Edmonton won the first-place Stan from Dauphin, and Wilf from Winnipeg, tied at after three s u b -p a with Ed Englehardt of Cal- CALGARY (CP) Pat of 66-69-66 but gave G-ary Pitchford of Toronto ger of Button, Ont., and the credit to his caddy Al Balding of Southampton. Rapaic and Branko Clement of made both of Toronto will help wouldn't, have won Canada one of its said Wright, a teams in the world amateur wrestling championships. But the Canadian contingent of 10 freestyle and 10 Greco-Roman competitors "will be lucky to finish seventh or eighth" in any weight division, Alex 130-p o u n d e r 29-year-old golfer who cashed his biggest cheque in three years for his nine-under par 201. Wright's last victory was the Klondike Open in Mistakes By Devlin maniuk, president of the Canadian Amateur Wrestling Association, said Sunday night. Fifteen Ontario athletes this month but he sold the first-place an airline ticket to Las for "I sure couldn't have (AP) Bruce Devlin smashed the upset dreams of young Steve Eichs-taedt with rounds of 66 and 64 selected at the conclusion of the Canadian amateur wrestling championships Sunday to he said. Wright finished five strokes up on Moe Norman of and won the Cleveland Open golf tourna- ticipate in the world won and seven at Edmonton July 4-11. Gary Bowerman of one-time master will send two wrestlers who made from Australia, British Columbia, Manitoba and Wright had been the course record with Quebec one the second-round 64 in the afternoon round of The freestyle champions tournament on the leg-wearying 36-hole windup will travel to Edinburgh, Cutten Golf tlu's rain-delayed tournament. land, for the finished with a 72-hoIe tota Games July Cowan of Kitchener 268, 12 under par on the hilly, "They are our best bcls in low amateur with an Aurora Country Club world 210, one stroke better Bert Taylor of Edmonton, Nick Weslock a 24-year-old Viet- of the Canadian team. the defending veteran who rejoined tho could even place in the top six who shot a final-round this year after completing they get a good a sore military service, vaulted Romaniuk said "our who won at the lead with an eagle two Roman team should do well Park Classic in the second hole of the after- Rapaic and Lackovic 1907, said he warmed up round, but couldn't keep Ontario Open by, with Devlin. THE BIGGEST SAVINGS OF THE YEA R ON SCAMPER RECREATION AWAIT YOU AT UNITED'S TRAILER CITY DURING OUR RECORD BREAKING iJUl II A SYMBOL OF i tt. tt., 21 ft., 23 ft. CAMPERS win UK HOMES im 1 L-J ______ We have them all 111 finest Recreation Vehicles li UL lowc" pricos mmmm? UNITED MOTORS il COMPANY ACT FASTI TRADE-INS ACCEPTHDI Co 3d A 3 d St ON-THE-SPOT FINANCING! "'rhon. 3J7.2805 school or serving an apprentice- ship recognized by the Alberta Apprenticeship Board. These players may not be older than 22 as of Jan. 10 of the playing season. A board spokesman said the league is prepared to stand by its decision despite any action that may be taken by the Al- berta Amateur Hockey Associa- tion or the CAHA. In a recent agreement signed by the Western Canada Hockey League and the CAHA under which the WCHL returned to the jurisdiction of the CAHA a similar age system was granted to the WCHL. The WCHL sj'stem, however, is to be phased out. The WCHL can use four overage players this year and two the following season. The league said in announcing its decision that the new age limits make the AJHL the first Junior Hockey-League in Can- ada to provide an alternative to professionalism and still pro- vide educational opportunities. Many young players, the board said, are only allowed to play junior hockey for one year after leaving high school before they become too old. Under the new limits, a player would complete a four-year university course and continue to play junior hockey. The league also announced that a 50-game schedule will open Oct. 3 this season and finish Feb. 28. The governors also officially accepted Mount Royal College Cougars of Calgary as its sixth team. The others are Edmon- ton Maple Leafs and Movers, Ponoka Stampeders, Red Deer Hustlers and Lethbridge Sugar Kings. Lloydminister, granted a ten-. tat-ive franchise earlier tills j month, requested their applica- tion be withdrawn on the under- standing they be given consider- ation in future. The league will return Lloyd- minster's franchise fee. Mount Royal will be coached by former National Hockey League star Bert Olmstead. Jim Stewart of Edmonton, acting league president, said the league is delighted to have Mount Royal. "It will enhance our image of providing sound education to players and may open an en- tire new concept for junior hockey leagues in Canada." Stewart said he believes the AJHL is the only junior A league in Canada to have a bona fide college as a member. Lombard! Okay WASHINGTON (AP) Coach Vince Lombard! of Washington Redskins of the National Foot- ball League was listed in good condition following surgery for removal of an apparently non- cancerous tumor from his colon Saturday. Dr. Robert J. Coffey, who headed the six-man team which removed the tumor and a two- foot section of colon, said such are benign. An initial examination indi- cated the tumor was benign, Coffey said, but results ol a croscopic examination will not be available for four or five days. George Eaton Places Second Triumph For Dan teney n MONT TREMULANT, 10.4 seconds ahead out of the race on his victory. "It's nice to (CP) Dan Gurncy won Molschenbacber of lap with mechanical but I don't feel I've done second consecutive race in Hills, Calif., after 75 laps much.'' lie said he "could Canadian-American twisty, 2. 65-mile Lc Katon of been in trouble if anyone Cup series Sunday at the Gurncy averaged a BRM, was third, pushed harder out lliere." of a McLaren Mk8D but said an hour and his lead behind the first-place finish was was "not a decisive severely threatened don't particularly like Gurney, of Costa Mesa, Dennis like Gurney factory-entered McLarens first place throughout the Tiffen Shines In 'B' with Gurney leading for 61 of the 75 laps and Hulme for 14. Oliver of England, who qualified third-fastest for the m H and appeared to be the I ion Wins competition for the Mc- -liLJs'SJ-LJL B .ELi-tCat T. T -H- T team, was eliminated on first lap when Ms Autocoast over while travelling Jack Tiffen and George by the Southern with a victory in 150 miles an hour. rington turned in Auto was close behind Gur- performances Sunday in the Tiffen. in B Class, won on the and Hulme when his car second edition of night racing heats and then climaxed his also chalked up a pair a hill on a straight por- ot Uie track and somer- checkered flag in the before sliding U> a stop Upsets In the C main event 21 cars were in the running for top honors in the 25 lap race. The Sportsman final down. The 211-year-old driver escaped injury but said "there's much left of tlie car." Lawrence Bailey in oar 4 Bryant, designer ot tho A "H TH ctllctm Ul WIG in said Oliver was trav- At W In earlier Sportsman in a partial vacuum caused bv Gurnev's car. Mercer and Ralph Oertli emerged with was right behind Gurney in a sort of pocket of WIMBLEDON, England (AP) An Australian plays Clark Graebncr ot New York City, the only Other "C" class said. "There was no pressure from the front end of the car and the son of an English steel worker have brought a left in the men's singles. Carmichael plays Wayne McLennan, Rene Peirans, George Chiton, a lot on the rear spoiler and it just flipped over." of more excitement into the Gimeno, conqueror fastest lap of the race ond week cf the Arthur Ashe in the only other "B" turned in by New Zea- tennis tournament, already major fourth-round Tom Dowdell picked a time of ablaze by the downfall an average of 101.7 miles mighty Hod highlight of the hour before he left the raco The two players adding extra spice to these unofficial world championships are Roger was the annual News Media race. Hans Dys of CFCN his car leaking oil. Eaton's third place made him the top Canadian in the race tor and Bob (Nails) marked the first time the who reached the last eight the spoils after a powered BRM fin- the men's singles with upsets that staggered the fans'. Taylor, 28-y e a r -o 1 d with Steve Bareham of The Lethbridge Herald and Brent Seely of CJOC. As a race, lie said he was "pleased with the car" despite "a lot of minor professional, ranked last of out Bareham seeds, was the hometown hero for sensationally knocking Laver out of the tccrnamenl while Gordon Payne of CJOC was third. Seely ran the race with no tachometer, a broken seatbelt, E loose seat and spongy brakes. had made his own. 25 laps into the race ment cf the wiry Australian the first time in the broke in the rear the biggest shock at Wimbledon since the championships went ODen in the weekend the two Lethbridge entries in the of the event a woman driver was entered. and he lost the use of his clutch at about the half- Gusty conditions Recreation Baseball League proved that of The mark. Bob Brown drove his Mc- Saturday and after winaiing be the ones to beat in took part and basically a McLaren opening" set, Laver fell victim first to the he served 12 double faults on the and then to an increasingly confident opponent who refused' to let him gain first place. Currently the Lethbridge Minors are in top spot with a four point lead over the Creighton Cubs who still have two for her initial effort Racing returns Sunday evening again with time trials at followed by racing at by the all-American racing team, to fourth place. The Huntington, N.Y., resident finished four laps behind Gurney and Motschenbacher. Laver was shcoting for his third straight Wimbledon hand. The Creighton Cubs and his fifth in 10 years. The defeat was his first at Wimbledon since he lost the 1960 final to Neale Eraser of Taber and displayed their power by clobbering them 11-0 and 24-0. In the first game Greg WAS HIGHLIGHT Taylor, whose mother taught him tennis en public courts, pitched a two-hitter to gam the 11-0 victory. Bruce Gullett had a fine UP feated Laver 4-6, 64, 6-2, 6-1 in the finest win of his career. "There's still a tong way (lie plate poking out a home run, a double and a single for the Cubs. Dale Stuckey Taylor said after by ripping a double and match. "But if I can beat and Howie the Rocket then I must be a home for the with a chance for the title." Carmichael, lie The second game was a woodworker who has toiled for eight years on the out as the Cubs easily cruised to a 24-0 tennis circuit without Petnmia gained success, got into the quarter-finals with a straight sets victory for the Cubs. Howie Heggedal hit his Avco Financial over Smith Africa's Bcb Hewitt. The 29-year-old unseeded home run of the day with a double and two singles to number one tralian never previously had reached the last 16 at Cub's offensive attack. Dale Stuckey helped in the win don, let alone the last eight. "I'm not a natural out a double and three singles Also Athol Carmichael said in an interview. "I never had out a home run along with his two singles for the coaching and I'm largely self-taught. Every match is The Lethbridge Minors the money you need work for to Vulcan and "There have been hard times in recent years when funds ran low. But even when I hadn't any money I figured the tennis Vulcan fans with some very good brand of baseball. Randy Maxwell shutting out the home team 10-0 was HOME REMODELING Build that wasn't too bad'" In Tuesday's walks from pitching a perfect game. It was in the that the sixth inning that he lost some of his control and DEBT two Vulcan batters. Roy Elmer took the off old debts, have one monthly Roy led the Minors terms to fit your Eager plate "whalloping a triole along with his two singles. MAJOR led in the win with a double and two singles. In the second game new car, boat, or played another whipping the Giants by OTTAWA (CP) The two workouts of the Taylor picked up the Football League's all-star Doug Drake suffered have convinced assistant Dave Skrieh that a pre-season all-star game is preferable Roy was the leader again in the hitting attack one held after the Grey four singles for the Believe in Yorgason chipped in "The boys came here eager triple and two singles get into shape and ready Negrello also shone, Stolen said Sunday in a double and two the Street South 327-31 Sla-icn, who will preside workouts of the CFL team until Wednesday, head coach Eagle Keys of Tex. (AP) katchewan Roughriders Roval. Texas Univer- over, said he had had doubts about a Julv her.d football coach, call the Avco Office near "But today has really convinced mo I'm lie said. The 32 players, four named the outsiand i n g roach of the 1960s in a poll conducted by the ABC network. Royal, who finished with Mgr. Avco Financial each of the other eight to 576 for runner-up would like more information clubs aside from Ottawa, meet Rough Riders, defending of Alabama, was selected Saturday night by mortgage Cup champions, here and broadcasters from nifiht It's the first all-star since 1958 and all previous of the L.S. at the annual coaches football game. wore plavod after (he season and tormer coacu 01 rjiunonion Eskimos in the Canadian The players arrived here Saturday night and hit the League, headed two na-lioiKsl championship teams -__-V UI.I lUJMIMJr-U-IUII II I IT "I IJ field Sunday mohiing and past decade the 1863 Sunday afternoon, '1969 ;