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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta B THE IETHBRIDGE HERAtD Friday, May 13, 1970 THEY'RE ON THEIR WAY (TO Alexander, left, on David Roller's shoulders and Ron Scnda, right, atop Guy Sunada's shoulders, both appear headed for somewhere. It would seem they are headed for a fall on the mat but not really. All four are members Past Year A Big One For Locals of the Lelhbridge YMCA Judo Club and are working out in preparation for the Canadian judo championships in Vancouver this weekend. The four, along with Ken Tamura will take part in the national finals. YMCA Judo Club, A Success Story By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer According to the Oxford dic- tionary, success is accomplish ment of end aimed at, attain- ment of wealth, or fame or po- sition. This, being the case, Hie Lethbridge YMCA Judo Club can be termed a success1. While short on wealth, the lo- cals abound in fame and posi- tion. Instructor Yosh Senda has seen to that. The Lethbridge Judo Club is not new to the local sports scene. It has been an important part of the community for a number oE years, but not until the past couple of years has the local group received the recog- nition it deserved. Senda and his club spent many seasons in the old YMCA building, but when the move to the new facilities came about so did recognition. As a group, the dub reached the pinnacle of recognition in 1969 when it was selected to host the Canadian champion- ships. Four members of the L e t h- bridge Club took part in the championships and Senda was well pleased with their per- formances. While none of them won in their respective divi- sions, all four, Phil niingworth, Ron Senda, Dave Potter and Guy Sunada, reached the quar- ter-finals before being beaten. The Letibridge club first com- peted this season in the Calgary Hiro's Judo Club Invitational meet and took five firsts, four seconds and a third. Michael Calder won the 100 pound and under class and teammate Brad Harper was third. In the under 126 pounds, Tom Greemvay won out over teammate Greig Wheeler. Greg Sunada defeated team- mate Terry Tanaka in the under 139 pound division and Lyle Miller, under 175 pounds. picked up a second place fin- ish. The junior team of Lyal Sak- amoto, Eugene Nakahama. Kevin Kanashiro, Green way and Wheeler won the title as did their senior counterparts Greg Senda, Ron Senda, llling- worth, Miller and Tanaka. At Parent's Night, some 200 people turned out and the young judokas displayed their excellent progress. Promotions and awards were announced at the special evening and it proved to be a big night for Murray Pritchard as he was awarded the Epic and Span Proficiency Award for the most outstanding junior judoka for 1969. The locals completely domin- ated their own invitational tour- nament, recording seven firsts and six seconds. David Potter was named grand champion of the meet. Potter won the heavy- weight division over Phil Illing worth in black belt competi tion. Dale Aasen won the light weight title over Ron Senda. First place finishes were turned in by Bart Greemvay Michael Calder, Greig Wheeler and Greg Senda. Second place performances were turned in by Ross Matheson, Scott Tan- ner, Terry Tanaka and Lyle Miller. Competing in the senior featherweight class in Vancou ver Greg Senda was the victoi while Guy Sunada won his sec- tion in the black belt feather- weight division. Both classes are for competitors weighing less than 139 pounds. A week later Sunada came up with a second place finish in the featherweight section at thp Western Canada Intercollegiate Athletic Associa tion finals, hosted by the University of Lethbridge. Trevino., Player Share Golf Lead FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) Lee Trevino paid tribute to Jary Player alter tying the South African for the fust-round ead in the Colonial Na- tional Invitation golf tourna ment. "It always helps to play be- rind said Thurs- say. "He does such a wonderfu" ob repairing the greens. He's out there tamping down every spike mark on every green." Trevino and Player, the tap wo money winners this year, matched 66s, four-imder-par and Win up to WITH EXPORT CIGARETTETOBACCO To win you must qualify under rules appearing on ctiMcale, led the assault on the Colonial Country club course. In all, a record 27 players bet- tered par 70 on the layout, breaking the previous record of 20. Among them was a limping Ben Hogan, a rive-trme winner of this event and playing tn his home for the first time in three years. The 57-year-old master birdied the 16th and 17th for a 69, well among the lead- ers. George Kmidson of Toronto, the only Canadian in the tourna- ment, shot a 73. Trevino and Player held a one-stroke lead over a group of 'ive at Beard, R. H. Sikes, Johnny Pott, Gay Brewer and Bob Smith. In the Jasper Place tourna mcnt Grieg Wheeler turned in his first of many outstanding performances. He won the un der 125 pound junior tilli and als'o the under 1M section iii senior competition. Phi Illingworth, Ron Senda 3nc Guy Sunada finished first, sec ond and third respectively in the lightweight division of tin black belt competition at Jas per, while Potter was third in heavyweight action. Michael Calder and Scot Tanner earned second place finishes while third place hon- ors went to Clint Johnson, Tom Greenway and Greg Senda. In the Alberta team cham- pionships in March Wheeler earned another first place fin- ish. In lightweight action Greg Senda was first as was Lyle Miller in middleweight compet- ition. In black belt Guy Sun- ada won the f e a t h e rweight while teammates Ron Senda and David Potter were both second in the lightweight and heavyweight respectively. For the third year in a row the team of Guy SunarJa, Ron Senda, Lyle Miller, Phil Illing- worth and David Potter won the Alberta title. Wheeler capped an outstand- ing season with his perform- ance in Swift Current in May. Wheeler won the outstanding Judoka trophy after winning the junior under 140-pound class and the senior under 139. Also earning a first was Tom Greenway in the under 120 class. Murray Pritchard was second in the under 80, as was Sig Majchrzak in the under 175. Greg Senda was third in the black belt under 139 pounds. This weekend five members of the club, Ron Senda, David 3otter, Howard Alexander, Guy Sunada and Ken Tamura, will compete in the Canadian judo lhampionships in Vancou ver. They will face the best in the nation. This past year has been a big one for the Lethb ridge YMCA Judo Club and it could be its best in history if a Cana- dian title was won in Vancou- ver. But They Did For Sun Francisco Things Couldn't Get Worse By THE ASSOCIATED PKES Just when tlie San Francis Giants figured things conidi get much worse, guess wli happened. They did. The Giants opened a series Los Angeles Thursday nig with slugging first baseman W lie McCovey (10 homers, RBI) douhtful lor the enli four-game set with n lingei'in eye ailment and a sore shot der. Then the Dodgers shelled right-hander Juan M a r i c h a with a five-run third innin boosting his earned run avera, to a whopping 6.94, and winnin 6-3. In the fifth, Giants catchc Dick Dietz was struck on tl left foot by a foul ball and ii had to take his .375 batting av age and league-leading 35 RJ to the sidelines. That was one of only foi games in the majors Thursda Elsewhere in the Nation Houston Astros d feated San Diego Padres 3-1 an St. Louis Cardinals outslugge Pittsburgh Pirates 11-7. Th New York Mets-Chicago Cub and Montreal Expos-Fhilade phia Phillies games were raine cut. Minnesota turned back Kar sas City 5-2 in tile only schec uled American League action. GIANTS LED Marichal, 1-1, was staked to 1-0 lead in the first inning Bobby Bonds's single, Don M son's double and a sacrifice f by Willie Mays, who played fir in place of McCovey. But Hie Dodgers erupted ihe third. Singles by Maui Wills and Manny Mota put rui ners on second and third, Mo! taking second on the throw. Wi lie Davis singled them hot home, stole second, went third on Wes Parker's infield h and scored on Willie Crawford rounder. Billy Grabarkewi. capped the outburst with h Ihird homer ot the season an Tom Haller's single kayoet Marichal. Sandy Vance checked th Giants on eight hits for his thir victory in four decisions befor Jim Brewer came on to get th last out. Joe Pepitone's tie-breakin lome run in the sixth helpe Houston's Larry Dierker run h record to 7-2. It was Dierker 'ourtli consecutive triumph thi eason and the sixth straigh time he has beaten the Padres The Astros got an insuranc run in the seventh when Clar ence Gaston dropped Jim Wynn's long drive for a three- base error and Denis Menke hf a sacrifice fly. The Cardinals snapped a 7- :ie with Pittsburgh by scorin tour, times with two out in th eighth. Lou Brock hit a tie breaking single and Joe Hagu drove in two more runs with an other. The Cards scored five in Lh sixth, featuring Richie Allen1 2th homer, a solo shot, and Vi Javalillo's three-run double Willie Stargell homered twic Hill Climb On Monday The Lethbridge Motorcycle Jlub will host an internationa )ill climb Monday commen "ng at 10 in the morning. Officials of the Lethbridg( lub expect some 50 p r o f e s ional riders from various arts of Alberta, British Colum ia, Saskatchewan and Mon ana. The hill is located In North and signs will be wsted along 13lh Street North A special news media event ill be held in conjunction with le hill climb. THE BIGGEST SAVINGS OF THE YEAR ON SCAMPER RECREATION UNITS AWAIT YOU AT UNITED'S TRAILER CITY DURING OUR RECORD BREAKING SPRING SALE! ACT FASTI TRADE-INS ACCEPTED! ON-THE-SPOT FINANCING! A SYMBOL OF QUALITY TRAILERS 15 ft. 17 ft., 21 ft., 23 ft. CAMPERS 8V4 ft. and 11 ft. MOTOR HOMES The All-New 1300 Series We have Ihem all Canada's finest Recreation Vehicles now at lowest prices ever! UNITED MOTORS Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd Si. i. 327.5105 for the Pirates, driving in tlirce runs. Rod Carew delivered a two- run single after Paul Ratliff doubled home the lie-breaking run in the fourth inning in Min- nesota's win over Kansas City. Carew had thr'ee singles in the game and now lias nine hits In his last 12 ot-bals. Tony Oliva and Rich Keese had run-scoring singles in the first for the Twins but the Hoy- als tied it in the lop of tlie fourth on Bob Oliver's single, Joe Keough's triple and a sacri- fice fly. Tom Hall, who took over for Luis Tianl in Ihe fiflh, allowed only one hit over the final five innings and fanned seven. Tilings Aren't Working Out Slow Start For Expos MONTREAL (CP) The first four weeks of Ihe 1970 Na- tional League baseball season have been exasperating for Montreal Expos. Going into tonight's game in Pittsburgh against the Pirates, Montral has a 10-20 won-lost record and is in last place in the six-team Eastern Division. Before the year began, Expos manager Gene Mauch felt his club would be able to win 70 games this season. Mauch said improved pitching and fielding would be the big factor in the improvement over Mont real's 52-110 won lost ledger in their first year in the majors. While the fielding has im- proved, the pitching remains in- consistent and some of the Expos' hitting stars have run into problems. Rightfielder Rusty Staub is the only Montrealer hitting over .300. Staub has a .317 baiting average with three home runs and 19 runs batted in. First basman Ron Fairly has a .263 average followed by Marv Staehle with .256 and Jim Fairey at .255. The big disappointments at the plate have been Mack Jones, currently hitting .214, and Jose (Coco) Laboy with a .122 average. Last season Jones hit .270 and Laboy was 258 at the plate. We've had very little hit- Jim Fanning, Montreal gneral manager said recently. "We left a lot of men stranded on base and when you dcn't score runs, you put extra pres- sure on your pitching staff. "Laboy, Jones and Fairly have had poor starts, but I think they'll come out of it. 'We need help In pitching. We suffered a severe blow at the beginning of the season when we lost Jim Britton and Mike Wegener. Joe Spat-ma, Steve Renko and Bill Stoneman have n inconsistent and it ha; hurt us." Fanning said he is pleased and slightly surprised, with the excellent pitching of righthand er Carl Morton. Morton has posted a 3-1 rec ord and has an earned run aver age of 3.28. Morton and relieve Claude Raymond are the only Expos with ERA'S below 5.00. Raymond is 2-1 with an earned run average of 2.70. Can the Expos win 70 games in 1970? With 1C already under their belts, they have 132 games to accomplish the objective. Top Club Takes Two-Point Lead B and R Men's Wear took over sole possession of first place in tlie Country Club Golf League Thursday night. B and R picked up seven points Thursday to take a two- point lead over Lilydale. B and R has 19 points while Lily- dale has 17. Jim Freel Jr. of B and R took the low gross honors with a 39 while Keith Lees of Lily- dale had the low net with a 33. Parsons scored the only eight point sweep of the night as they turned the trick against Lethbridge Office Furniture. In the Lakeside Golf League, Tom Gclleny of Flemings had the low gross as he shot a 39 over the par-37 inside nine. Frank McNair of Safeways had the low net as he came To with a 35. Parsons, composed of Dave Stevens, Norm Fooks, Bill Ponech and Nazem Kirk, had the low team net with a total of 156. Parsons conlinues to lead tlie league as they have 24 points while in second place is Leo Singers with 21. COUNTRY CLUB B and R Mens Wear 1? Lllydala 17 Ealons 15 Benys 1J Dorlgaltis Parsons Packers Tollesfrups Lclh. OFIIce Furnitures Hcpps 12 12 12 11 10 Parsons 71 Leo Singers 21 Safeways 19 Basledos 17 Flemings 18 Soulh Alia. Coop 18 CHEC li Pahullei M Klmuras 15 Boise Cascade 13 Dorlgatlls 13 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Race Results EDMONTON (Cfi Northlands 'ark race results Thursday: First claiming, 4-year-olds and up furlongs: Hour Magic (Glesbrechll 4.30, 3.30, !.iO; Same Alfalr (Morris) 7.20 J.20; Clmbrook (Rasmussen) 0.90. Time: 4-5. Sharon's Slar, Blessed Hour, Mr. Big .eague, Sherwlnner, Moonlight Affair Iso ran. Second J1.400, claiming, 3-year-olds, tVi fur- Glorce (C-jthbertson) 4.30 10, 2.70; Smoldering Embers (L. Wise- man) 8.60, Phid (Gray) 6.20. Tlme: 1-5. Fast Friday, Double Memory, Well- gton Lady, By Mood, Sccrel Invasion Iso ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 114. Third claiming, 2-year-old maidens, furlongs: Hayden's Smoke (Haynes) 87.W, 23.50, Andy's Rouser (Sladnyk) 3.60, 2.80; lomlc Tommy (Hedge) 2.90 Time: 3-S. Insanity air. Pleasant Manor, Tiger Tracks Iso ran. Fourth claiming, 2-year-olds, 3 fur- noj; Sablo (Bllllngsley) 20.50 1.10, 450; splaln Prefect (Havnes) 4.60, 4.10; haronlla (Hedge) 6.30. Time: Sandown Kid, Momentarily, Trlple- lan, Pence's Prince, Polar Moud also in. Flllh claiming, 4-year olds and up, turlongs: Bon Anie (Bllllngsley) 17.90, 5.50, 20, Mr. Marsh (Parsons) 2.90, 2.40; aqforthellne (Kipling) 3.50. Time; 2-5. Hayden's Belle, Tropic Tide, Digital ra. Finagle also ran. XACTORl SII.1V. Slxlh claiming, 4-year-olds and up, Furlongs: Perfect Host (Turetsky) 5.70, 3.60, 00; Erin's Queen (Bllllnglsey) 5.60, 90; llslordem (Rasmusscn) 3.30. Time: Chained Flag, Dark Numbers, Kcno Id, Biohy, Sheila's Vickie also ran. Savenlh claiming, 4-year olds and up, furlongs: Big Grip (Coombs) 13.10, 6.10, 3.90; uba Do (Barroby) 7.80, 5.10; Merry ulfet (Blllingsley) 3.00. Time: 4.5. Ean Tudor, Closed Court, Max wing, ommon Market, Another Hood also Eignm claiming, 4 -year-olds and up, furlongs: War Egyptian (D. Wlspman) 14.40, BO, 3.90; Sailing Now (Turclsky) 4.20, 00; Evidenlly (Barroby) 4.20. Time: 4-5. Moving Docolr, Hewlnsum, Chuckle Gay Rhonda. Lord Posl also ran. UINELLAI 536.10. CALGARY (CP) Tlie DiiLhem Alterta Curling As- lion had a deficit of 3.48 during its 19G9-70 season nd voted at its annual mect- g to increase the affiliation c. L 13 Pel. GBL .552 Piltsburch Philadelphia Montreal..... V Cincinnati..... Atlanta...... Los Angeles Houston San Francisco San, Diego TODAY'S GAMES New York phia Jackson 1-4 '.727 ,fr51 .563 .500 .484 -417 10VJ 6-1 Phllndel- Montreal McGinn 2-1 at Plllsburgti Veale 2-3 N Chicago Decker 1-2 al SI. Louis Tor- rez 2.3 N Atlanta Nash 4-1 at Cincinnati No- lan 5-1 H San Francisco Perry 4-4 at Los An- geles Sullen 4-4 N Houston Splnks 0-0 at San Diego Dobson 3-3 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Houston 000 Oil t 1 San Diego BOI 000 000- 1 B 1 Dierker (7-2) and Edwards; Kirby (2-4) Dukes (fi) Herbel (6) and cannl- wiiaro. HR: Hous Ppeltone Ptllsburgh 101 111 7 t t 51. Louis 020 005 0 Fills, Dal Canton (6) Garver (01) (6) Walker (6) and Sangulllen, Culver. McCool (5) Camplf. C6) Johnson (2.0) (7) and Torre. hR: Pgn Stargell 2 St. San Francisco 100 000 I 1 ,01 Angeles 115 000 t 12 0 Marichal (1-1) Reberger (3) Bryanl (8) and Died, Gibson (5) Vance (32) Brewer (9) and Heller. MRS: arkewltz SF F. Johnson (11- New York at Chicago, ppd. rain. Montreal al Philadelphia, ppd., rain. LEAGUE LEADERS AB Carly, All Money, Phil Perez, Cln Dieli, SF..... Clemenle, Pit Henderson, SF 129 Aaron, All......lla Hebner, Pit.....100 Bonds, SF.......142 114 31 9S 18 H Pel. 49 .430 37 .359 45 .378 39 ,3dB 37 J4 45 39 .331 33 .330 Home Runs: Aaron, 14; Allen, St. Louis, Williams, Chicago, and Perez, Batted In: Aaron, and Died, 35; Williams 34. Pitching: Seaver, New York, 6-1, .857; Nolan, Cincinnati, Simpson, Cln- tinnalt, 5-1, .833. AMERICAN LEAGUE East Baltimore Detroit New York Boston Washington Cleveland California Minnesota 10 1 West 21 10 20 16 L Pet. 9 .710 14 .571 15 .515 16 .467 18 .419 17 .370 10 .667 16 .500 17 19 ZI .433 .347 .W Oakland Chicago Kansas City Milwaukee TODAY'S GAMES California May 2-2 at Oakland Hunt- r 5-2 N Minnesota Boswell 0-5 at MHwaukn Bolln 1-2 N Kansas City Nelson M at Chicago Horlen 4-2 N lalllmore Phoebus 3-1 at Washing- ton Bosman 3-3 N Delrolt Lollcn 4-3 at New York Bahnsen 2-3 N McDowell 4-3 at Boston Peters 3-2 N THURSDAY'S RESULTS dnsai Cily 000 200 000- III linnesota HO 300 5 II I Morehead (1-1) Rooker (4) and Klrk- alricX; lianl, Hall (M) (5) and Rat- llff. LEAGUE LEADERS AB H ra. 100 19 37 .370 127 20 45 .354 99 11 35 .354 85 11 30 .353 97 12 34 .3S1 96 8 32 .333 121 24 40 .331 103 IS 34 .330 85 17 28 .329 125 12 41 .328 Howard, Washing- Ion, 11; J. Powell, Baltimore, 10; KII- ebrew, Minnesota, 10. Runs Balled In: Walton, 29; Oliva, 2B; Powell, 28. Pitching: Four Decisions: Tlant, Minnesota, 5-0, 1.000; McNally, Balti- more, 6-1, .857. Aparlclo, Chi A. Johnson, Cal F. Robinson, Bal Spencer, Cal Pinelta, K City Pinson, Clev Oliva, Minn D. Johnson, Bal Slroud, Wash Walton, Mil _. Home Runs: FAMOUS FLEETWOOD Full 4 Ply 7.75x14 PRICED AT ONLY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 407 lit Av. South Phoni 377-6884 o> 317-4UI ;