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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Golf leagues .AKES1DE MEN'S Low net George rraches 34. Low gross Jim Vce Building 40 Low team net Fraches Jeorge Alex Cyoto Ken Tsujiura i'ngers 44 Caches 36 'arsons 36 34 lubilee 33 32 mpenal Lite 30 Sugar Beeters 27 5JOC 25 24 Jnlon 76 24 louse of Leth 23 Gerald 20 20 .18 'ahulje 18 3wen 14 Valkers 12 COUNTRY CLUB MEN'S Low gross Bob Reliance 39 Low net Vaughn Reliance 32. Low team net Reliance B V. J A Logan 135. Eight point sweeps Reliance. Gentlemen III 39 Lakeview Texaco 39 Oliver Industrial 38 Dongatti 32 Lethbndge Office Furniture 31 Bastedos 30 Reliance 27 Packers 27 Batons 20 Perky 18 Blacks 17 King Chyrsler 14 COUNTRY CLUB WOMEN'S Low net Valdene Dewar 54 Low gross Dewar 38' COUNTRY CLUB STANDINGS Parsons 21 Leo Singers 20 Key Realty 16 Canada Packers 15 Dralfms 14 Kirkham Insurance 12 Primrose Shop 11 Toyota Travel 11 Jim Secular re-elected Alta. The Alberta Junior Hockey League re-elected Jim Secular of Calgary as President at its annual meeting in Blairmore during the weekend Tom Walls of Calgary was elected Chairman of the Board succeeding Jack Samuel of Drumheller and Jim McAdie of Edmonton succeeds Cliff Kool of Calgary as Vice-President. The league heard an informal presentation from a group in Wash which is interested in entering the league for the 1974-75 season The matter will be discussed later this summer School track meet planned The 1973-74 Lethbridge Junior High School Track and Field Meet will be staged at the Civic Centre Wednesday afternoon. City schools planning to participate in the annual one- day meet will include Gilbert Catholic Immanuel Christian and St Mary's. Trophies will be awarded to all class champions and ribbons will be presented to fourth and fifth finishers in each event Should the annual meet be postponed due to inclement the meet will be rescheduled for either Thursday or Friday Country Club course is in excellent shape By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer Ed club pro at the Lethbridge Country is quite enthused about the 1974 golf season in the river- bottom. The nestled in the trees beside the Oldman wintered very well this and is in excellent condition. Engelhardt maintains that it is in far better shape than it was at this time last year. Over the winter renovations were made to the pro and the riverbank was reinforced to prevent further erosion of the ninth fairway. A wide range of activities is going on this year at the club Aside from the usual men's and women's the Country Club is once again going to great lengths to promote the sport of golf among the younger set The junior golf program continues this year with lessons as well as special tournaments for golfers 18 and under The first junior tournament of the season was held May with 35 entrants on the fairways. While only three girls the boys' turnout was encouraging Edward Davies took the with Brad Cox and Darren Pepper tying for second place. are hopeful of instituting a junior with tee-off times reserved for similar to our men's and women's league says Engelhardt when the kids go on holidays in the we have a difficult time keeping the program he adds Ed feels that many of the young golfers go to Henderson Lake because it has 18 holes This is one of the reasons why he is so anxious to see the proposed Country Club expansion go through. Financial difficulties and details have held up the proposal so far. The latest word from Club President Ken McLean is that board members met last night to discuss methods of financing an additional nine holes in the riverbottom. McLean stresses that the plan is still very much in the and Engelhardt foresees the riverbottom area becoming a real recreational resort if the proposal is finalized cost of running the place doesn't double when you double the size of the but the options that open up to you are course would attract better more and would become more of a social center. Many more activities would be going on Engelhardt also points out with an increased the club could diversify its possibly adding and curling in the winter to its future program For the the Country Club will continue as it has for its 40 odd years of existence. The next big event will be a Junior Boys Club to be held on June 8 On June the Country Club will host the second half of the women's city championships which open at Henderson Lake on June 8. Also planned this year are club championship with the annual Men's Invitational match-play event set for August 3-5 Although the activities planned are primarily for members Engelhardt emphasizes that the fairways are not reserved for the exclusive use of Country Club members. Except when they interfere with tee-off times for paid green fee players are welcome to match their skills against the course Minor baseball The Pirates scored an easy 6-0 victory over the Dodgers behind the two-hit pitching of Gordon Melynck at Norcrest Monday night Melynck fired the third strike past 12 batters in the six inning tilt while losing pitcher Rory Lorencz gave four hits while fanning three Rodney Tomita and Tom Shardlow led the winners at the plate with two singles apiece while Rick Gal and Chris Sparrow rapped singles in a losing cause In another Norcrest the Braves edged the Cardinals 10-8. Lavren Leroux picked up the mound win over Peter Lazarato while Brad Smith led the Braves' hitters with a double and two singles Lazarato and Don Tinordi managed two safeties apiece in a losing effort In a Norcrest Farm League the Buffaloes defeated the Wolves with Dean Foggin besting David Bodell Meanwhile the Tigers slipped past the Royals 7-6 at Lakeside last night. Michael Nowlin registered the win while Tom Martin was tagged with the loss Doug Richardson and Byron Dudley paced the winners with a pair of singles while Darren Moroz belted two singles for the losers Jeff Krokosh allowed only three hits and led the Yankees to a 9-4 win over the Canucks Todd Fisher suffered the loss giving up six safeties. Brad Kirsheman poked out two singles for the Yanks while Randy Baldry rapped a single for the Canucks The Athletics srored a 6-1 win over the Tigers in Senior Little League action. Barry Kimmitt recorded a one-hitter in leading the Athletics to victory while Doug Roberts was handed the loss In a Lakeside Farm League the Hawks dropped the Jets 17-9 Lethbridge Sansei split a pair of exhibition games in Pincher Creek over the weekend In the opening game the host club held on for a narrow 14-13 triumph George Hiraga and Mike Lenzour shared the pitching duties for the Sansie's Dick Stephure pitched a while pitched a while walking as the Sansei gained a split with a 9-2 win Sansei are at home to Bow Island this Sunday for games at two and in Centennial Bantam League play In Lakeside Farm League the Raiders got 11 strikeouts from Jim Snowden as they upended the Expos 12-5 The loss went to Bruce Kostlansky Snowden aided his own cause with two doubles and a single as did Troy Pennock Another Lakeside contest baw the Angels whip the White Sox 26 13 behind the fine pitching of Steve Kiever. Kiever struck out 15 while allowing eight hits en route to the win Mike West gave up 19 hits in taking the loss for the White Sox For the Blair Soence smashed three doubles and a while Ross Vrabel added four singles Randy Coates managed two singles for the White Sox LAKESIDE FARM LEAGUE Duffers delight all set There is still hope for duffers through the Lethbndge will once again sponsor the High Handicap June 12 with a tee off time Entry fee for the one- 18-hole competition has been set at Included in the entry fee is the dinner and some refreshments. These of which there are nine in are for adult golfers with handicaps of 15 or over Response to the events has been so great that they have been increased Usually held in Red Grande Prairie and Peace the list now includes events in Lloydminster and Medicine Hat All handicaps must be certified and the number of entries has been limited to on a first-come first- serve basis Five prizes will be awarded in each flight as well as low gross and overall low net prizes For further information contact Henderson Lake Golf Club or Bill P 0. Box Lethbridge SHATTO P.R. TORONTO Dick Race results Rockets Larks Cardinals Blue Jays Jets Hawks Eagles Astros Expos Raiders w L T a former player with 0 14 Toronto Argonauts of the 52 o 10 Canadian Football has been appointed media and public 4 relations manager for the o 2 John the o 2 team's managing 0 2 announced Monday 4 1 2 3 2 3 1 4 1 5 1 5 1 6 0 10 1 9 0 0 2 Exciting future Ed Englehart of the Lethbridge Country Club sees bright future for coulee layout. Jim Duncan trying to sell London team to the rest of Canadian football clubs By GORDON GRANT CP Sports Editor EDMONTON Jim Duncan has a job in football that can best be described as tenuous. But he hopes it will become secure this week. Duncan is general of a football club that doesn't have any players or a league to play in. He is trying to sell the club to the Canadian Football League If CFL owners decide against Duncan will return to the United States and look for a job and Bob who would be a major shareholder in the new will go back to making money in real construction and various other businesses The decision on the London application is expected Thursday when the CFL owners meet. The league's general managers meet and the Eastern and Western Conferences will hold separate meetings Wednesday. The owners get together Thursday and Friday to thrash out problems the London applicants make decisions NEITHER CAN WAIT Neither Duncan nor Harris can wait until next year- Harris because of the need to start construction on a stadium that would be ready in 1975 when the club would like to start Duncan because he knows his bosses won't pay him for hanging around while CFL owners are making up their minds about expansion Harris figures it will cost him million to build a stadium ar today's prices. A year from now they probably will be considerably higher who lives in said in an interview took this job on a gamble. If we get the and I think we I'll have a job and a challenge to build a team from the ground up. If we don't I'll have to move back to the States and start looking for a job Would he miss coaching in the CFL as he did with Calgary Stampeders of the WFC from 1969 to I'm 49 years old I'd miss being at field but I've got to start thinking of getting into the administrative end of football MUST CHANGE BYLAW For London to start playing in 1975 would call for a CFL bylaw change Under existing rules they couldn't come into the league until 1976. Duncan would staff the London franchise with non- imports by a draft with all clubs protecting eight players and letting the new team pick one of the providing nine players. He hasn't come up with a formula for drafting Americans The meetings also will consider the question of a player strike The players want more money for post-and pre-season more money for training camp and a minimum wage. They also want Toronto Argonauts and Montreal Alouettes to forget about afternoon practices they plan to hold this year. George president of the Canadian Football League Players Association and all- star fullback with Saskatchewan says he doesn't talk about strikes. But he didn't discount the possibility if the players don't get at least some of their demands The general managers probably will decide today how far they will go The betting is that afternoon practices will be forgotten and some money will be although not all that the players want Objectionable conduct in amateur hockey increases TORONTO Objectionable conduct in hockey has been increasing at an alarming rate during the last an Ontario government inquiry into violence in amateur hockey was told Monday. William a Toronto is conducting the inquiry called by Rene provincial minister of community and social after an Ontario Hockey Association game April 16 in which 189 minutes in penalties were called and several players injured the last 10 it's unbelievable what players are getting away with on the testified Richard former coach of Bramalea Blues of the Ontario Hockey Association Junior B league. Hay resigned from the club April the day following the Junior B playoff game involving Bramalea and Hamilton which sparked the inquiry. Bramalea won the game 3-2 but after a discussion with club president Gerry Hay resigned and the club pulled out of the citing threats of violence if the team travelled to Hamilton for the second game Hay said he was upset by amount of brawling and the way the game got out of hand Mr. McMurtry said that although the April 16 incident had sparked the he is that there have been other games that would have provoked an inquiry Hay blamed the officiating for letting the game get out of control. He said the game was full of with players highsticking and elbowing in the corners after the whistle had blown. Dean Popiel of the Bramalea who had the cornea of his left eye scratched during a second period told the inquiry he had been taught since the age of five or six to confront anyone who came after him EDMONTON Race results at Northlands Park Monday FIRST S1 600 3 year olds 6 furlongs Miss County 28 50 9 30 4 50 Royal Handful 6 20 2 70. Battle River Bud 400 Time 1 14 Kissing Cup Lehi Speed Hail To Lucky Round Kays Moonbeam also ran SECOND S1 500 3 year 6 furlongs Arctic Love 3 60 3 00 2 60 Majestic Shadow 6 70 4 Aldench 3 20 Time 1 13 Malia's Melody Essentially So. Sit Kid Sunoa also ran DAILY THIRD SI claiming 2 year olds. furlongs Summer High 7 40 2 70 2 Sweeter Than Honey 240 2 70 Winning Round 370 Time 0 40 Charlie's Bubbles Swoon For Peace also ran FOURTH allowance. 3 year olds 6 furlongs Wattles Bet 710 390 Forestry 410 Sante Fe King 4 00 Time 1 12 Little Hi Irish Ante BrowmRundle. Play The Line Cool Track Scratch County s Choice FIFTH Si 500 claiming 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs Sprack 3 60 2 60 2 30 Obligation 3 40 2 90 Caesar Song 2 70 Time 1 12 Jody Star Empire Prince also ran TracK Scratch Pleaides Fortune SIXTH 700 claiming 4 year olds and up 6 lurlongs Prairie Hill 12 00 5 20 3 60 West Wind Gal 4 40 3 30 Tis Foolery 3 60 Time 1 12 Hickory Stall River Hawk Whonnock Willie Black Ogre Paddygoeasy also ran SEVENTH Not available EIGHTH claiming 4 year olds and up 6 lurlongs King's Spirit 710 4 20 3 Kuckee Lad 6 00 4 00 Gold Heiress 3 10 Time 111 Rexequus Emerald Cindy s Km. Pop's Lady Carmengay Sherzad Wiffi Waffi also ran NINTH claiming 4 year olds and up 6 vurlongs Tally Boy 5 20 4 00 340 The Wist 1150 640 Fair Haydn 6 10 Time Pine Pass Another Mission In Again Go Humble Birth Glens Melodee Chained Flag also ran Mike a Bramalea said he heard the Hamilton player go over to his bench following the altercation in which Popiel's eye was scratched and got him Dean a Bramalea right also said he heard the remark and that Hamilton coach Bert Templeton Bramalea netminder Barrie Oakes testified he saw a Hamilton player with his fist clenched through the brawl and that was protruding from each end of the fist. He said he could not be sure whether the foreign object was or a but that it was missing when play eventually resumed. 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