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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuotdoy, Jun. 30, 1970 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 11 TAKi THAT Dan Murray, a forward for Vancouver Cougars, appears to be thumb- ing his nose at halfback Buzz Parsons of Vancouver Spartans in soccer action recent- ly. It was a futile gesture as Parsons later broke through to score the winning goal in a 2-1 verdict. Nine Canadians Qualify 'allon Leads Way LONDON, Ont. (CP) Nine Canadians, led by amateur Dale Tallon, a 19-y e a r -o 1 d draft choice of Vancouver Canucks of ths National Hockey League, qualified Monday for the Cana- dian Open championship which begins Thursday at the London Hunt and1 Country Club. Tallon shot a tw-3-nnder-par WIMBLEDON, England (AP) Roger Taylor has become a flgm-e of hero worship among British tennis fans. They hope to see the 38-year- old English left bander, who upset defending champion Hod Laver last Saturday, become the first Briton to win the All- England lawn tennis champion- ship since Fred Perry in 1937. Taylor, who today faced Clark Graebner, the last American hope for the title, is urging cau-' don. "This Is only the quarter-fi- he said. "Clark Graeb- ner's big sendee could cause me more trouble than Rod Laver did. "I don't want the crowd to ex- pect too much and then feel let them down if I lose." Graebner, 26, has a reputation us the biggest server among the eight men left in contention. Tlie bookies today made John Newcombn of Australia, cham- pion in 1967. favorite for the title at 9 to 4 odds. Tony Roche of Australia was made second favorite at 3 to 1, and then came Gt'aebner at (I to 1. Two more Australians, Roy Emerson and Ken Rosewall, were 7 to 1. British fans were taken by surprise when Taylor, a con- tracted professional for Ihe last three yeais, demolished Laver in four sets. But Mike Davies, director of the American National Tennis Le .around, toward and onto a certain green will give you greater confidence in your other shots. You can !go ahead and swing freely, knowing that if you do get in trouble you can escape with minimal harm. To slice merely follow these pre- scriptions: (1) align the clubface in the direction of ihe eventual target; (21 assume a stance in which a line across your parallels the direction in which you wish your shot to intially travel. The opett fiance will eause the club- head to move from outside to inside in the impact area and produce the slice. exhibition and league game he has played here since, he's been a loser. "Yes, and that includes the Grey Cup game we played here in 1S67 against Hamilton Tiger- Lancaster recalled. Lancaster hopes to break the spell here Thursday when he calls ihe signals for the Cana- dian Football League All-Stare against Riders, defending Grey Cut) champions. The 31-year-old quarterback says he doesn't think the park here is a jinx. "It's been a combination oi things. Sometimes we were really hammered and some- times we were in the game right to the end." He's enthusiastic when he talks about the players he'll call signals for Thursday. "George Heed is used to carrying the ball an average of 25 times a game and so is (Bill) said Lancaster. The only trouble is he wants to go to other players as much as possi- ble "so they won't feel they ha- ven't been used." But in a tight spot, he feels he just naturally will hand the ball to Heed. "He's only let me down two or three times hi a tight spot for the last seven says Lan- caster. Tlie ticket office at Lsns- downe Park did a booming busi- ness than in sales was rung up. More than tickets now have been sold for the park that holds in excess of Proceeds of the game ga Into the CTT, players pension fund. Gary Schreider, an executive of the asociation, is hoping for a crowd of about Part cf that hope was based on a television blackout both on local TV stations and the two city cablevision outlets. The Canadian Radio-Televi- sion Commission has ruled that cable stations no longer can carry regular or playoff games in CFL cities where tlie local stations are blacked out. But there is some doubt that the ban applies to file all-star game. The CBTC refused to take a position on the matter Dahlgren Working Out Smith, Ober Selected George Smith and Joyce Ober of the Lethbridge Track and Field Club both performed well enough to be selected to the Alberta team following a tri-province track meet in Cal- gary over the weekend. Smith registered three first, place finishes as be captured the honors in three running events. In the 110-metre hur- dles he won in a time of 15.6 seconds. A time of 54 seconds flat earned him first place in the 400-metre hurdles. In the 400-metre rsce hs was first in 49.4 seconds. Joyce Ober won the long Jump covering a distance of 17' She was second in the 100-metre hurdles in 15.4 sec- onds. Fred Sommer, a juvenile competing in Ihe open class, turned in his best performance to date as he hurled the discus a distance of In tlie shot put ha managed a throw of Brenda Schmidt placed in the 400-mstre race while Debbie Borzel was third in the high jump at 4' Jay Dahlgren, a Vancouver FOR SALE by OWNER Largo executive 1330 sq. ft. Bungalow with 4 bed- rooms. Each floor fully developed, heatsd swimming pool, double garage. Price Generous Terms 1050 18ih STREET 5., IETHBR1DGE Phone 328-2884 for appointment athlete currently working out with the Lethbridge Track Club, also entered the Calgary meet and came away with a first in the javelin with a throw of 148' She was second in each of the shot put and discus. Dahlgren, under the guidance of track coach George Gemcr, is working to get in top shape for the British Empire Games in Edinburgh. Carlos Signs With Eagles PHILADELPHIA (AP) The Bulletin says John Carlos, winner of two Olympic med- als, has agreed lo play foot- ball for Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles picked the 215- pound sprinter in the 15th round of the National Football League draft. Pappy Gault, and "adviser and father-confessor" to Car- los, is reported to have told the newspaper of the agree- ment, refusing to say whether Carlos had been given the he had asked for shortly after the Eagles' draft. "Bolh John and I are very Gault would only comment, Carlos and Gault are ex- pected in the Eagle offices this week for contract signing. Eagle management has refused to disclose terms of the contract saying it is "against our policy." when questioned about It Moo- day. One Ottawa cubic station said it will earn' the game unles; told otherwise by the CRTC The other said it will "wait and sec." EDMONTON illuiltalcd low Bank Financing United Motors Co. Ltd. 3rd Avc., 3rd St. Phone 327-2805 ;