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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 10, 1970 THE LETKERIDGE HERALD 13 BIRDIE KICK Dave Hill kicks as he sinks a 20-foot birdie putt on the eighth green Friday in the Danny Thomas Memphis Open Classic golf tournament at Mem- phis, Tennessee. Hill, who led after Thursday's opening action, trails Homero Blancas after two rounds. Bowling Scores Gt-ENBALE BOWL WEDNESDAY WOMEN'S Dorothy Napper 220, Marlene Trem- e) 280, Marg MeLaughlln 239, Pat Plump J54, Jetn Passey so? Ksy Wheeler m, Leah Serla 271, Opal Taylor lit.' Bard Wolstoncrofr 273, yurdella Plcclnl 2m. WEDNESDAY MIXED Maria Bardies 260, Marg Helmer 261, Don Cassell 297, Robin Wheeldon 275, Debl Collier 274, Alma Oberg 270, Sandy Sctltnrgood 268, Ray Decalre John Scatterjood Sraha Scallergood HI, Moe Martin 2J1, Or Yurchak 259. PENSIONERS Heltn Straggle 226; Molly Adai 176; Cecil Cuelf 213; Marg Rasmuss 116; Tom Archbold 230; VI Cuell 1 THURSDAY MIXED Jean Passey 241; Tom Passey 21 306 Glad John Rempel Judy Harnack 274; Betty You Kfn King 257; Robert Kemp naar 213. Going Aslie, Rickey Show Power PARIS (AP) A pair of pow- erhouse victories have propelled Americans Arthur Ashe Jr. and Cliff Bichey into the quarter-fi- nals of the French Open Tennis Championships. of Richmond, Va., the fourth seed, trimmed Italian veteran Nicola Pietrangeli, 6-4, 6-4, and Riciiey, of San An- gelo, Tex., walloped Patricio Rodrigues of Chile 6-2, 6-2, 6-0 Friday. Ashe, already holding the Australian championship, and Richey, seeded as No. 8 her both contended with rain, whii halted play a while and contin ued lightly after play resumed. In women's play, Billie Joa. King of Long Beach, Calif., d feated Jill Cooper, of Britain, 2, 6-2, to advance to the thirc round. She joins three othe American women in the quar Heldman of Ne York, Rosemary Casals of San Francisco and Kristy Pigeon o Danville, Cnlif. TRAP SHOOTING EVERY SUNDAY 1-3 p.m. LETHBRIDGE FISH AND GAME RIFLE RANGE TOWARDS HARDIEVILLE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES OPEN COMPETITION INDIAN ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA RECREATION DIRECTOR Summary: Under the President ond th. Board of Indian Association of Alberta, the Recreation Director administers th. provin- cial programs of the Association. His areas of responsibility' Co-ordination of reserve recreation programs, budget administration, co- ordination of work of recreation staff, acts as advisor and lioson between reserves and other government agencies and matters pertaining to recreation and organizes and training program's and clinics. DuHet: Administers over all business affairs of the Recreation Department. Co-ordinates reserve programs by working in close association with reserve recreation leaders. Organizes province-wide sport tournaments. Organizes and executes recreation leadership training programs coioperoting with government agencies such os ueparlment of Youth in efforts to upgrade present recrea- tion programs. Plan and execute with staff team on all Indian Winter Games with aim of placing Indian Athletes on Alberta Team for the Conada Winter Games to b. held in F.bruary 1971. Please send applications to: Executive Director Indian Association of Alberta 11710 Kingtway EDMONTON, Altwrta Stale all qualifications and experience CAPXI BOWL SENIOR CITIZENS Henry Bechthold 330 Jim Whetan 2B3, Frank Bernhart 256, Bill Jensen Emll Collln US, Spot Mil- ler 244, Ben Evenson 245, Scotty Mulr 233. MONDAY NIGHT SPRING Earl Johnson 24] John Erlck. son 271 Tak Katakaml 305 Elaine Rains 350 Ed Barton 301, Jim Yamada 2SO, May Hlebert 256 Isabella Bergman 267, Eileen Barton Pat Rodzlnyak 261, Grace Snider 260, Agnes Rains 239 TUESDAY AFTERNOON Kathy Ludwig 300 1-ydia Gew- orsky 270 Mel Finnerty H7 Shirley McLellan 241 Jean Passey 236 Marge Malcomson 225 Aria Teterls 223 Gloria Pearson 211, Jessie MacDonald 208. TUESDAY NIGHT' Jenny Fehr 275 Agnes Pocza 267 Anne Pearson 290 Pat Plomp 246, DIanne Sindlihger 283, May Hiebert 283 Isabel Orslen 243 Kate Mann 240 Mary Wishnevskl 236, Lena Moore 232 WEDNESDAY AFTIRNOON (SPRING) Florence Rollingson 301 Joan legeer 298, Agnes Pocza 260 sabelle Bergman 261, Chris Stuckart 251, Marge Malcolmson 246, Alice Gier 242, Betty Kobbs 241, Lillian Knodel 237, Fuml Nakama 233. WEDNESDAY NIGHT MIXED Tony Frank 271, BUI Hamilton 561 George Matchett 280, Fll Oberg 256, Suzan McDonald 294, Jeanette Zlefde 268, Ruth Johnson 264 Verda Hamilton 250, Madeline Szekely 215, Beth Kllbach 268. CLASSIC TRIPLES BUI Malcomson 348 nns 311 Jock Mulgrew 320 Bea Salmon 323 Al Smith M Linda Malcomson 97 Jim Hlga 293 Le Leon Checkryn 286, ak KataKgml 182 John Rimpel Aoore 281 K McDowell Shines For Indians What's Wrong With Tom Seaver? By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cleveland capitalized on two What's wrong wilh' Tout errors by Oakland shortstop Bert Campaneris for their runs as McDowell claimed more than 10 strikeouts in a game for the 66th time in his major league career. Oakland pitcher John (Blue Moon) Odom held Cleveland to only four by Ted Uhlacnder, Graig Nettles, Roy Foster and Jack Heidemann. The Indians' whining nm came in the seventh with the score tied 1-1 without the benefit of a hit. It came from Campa- neris' two-base throwing error, Seaver, who's lost three straim games and four of his last live decisions? The answer is nothing real'.y that a few New York Met runs wouldn't cure. Seaver, 7-4, suffered his third shulout in the last 214 'weeks Friday night when Houston blanked the Mets 5-0. In his other loss, the Mots managed a single run for him and that came after be was lifted for a pinch hitter. In the last 28 in- nings Seaver has pilched, that run is the only one the Mets have scored. The Mets gave Seaver his usual quota of no runs Friday night and Houston belted him, lunching five hits fnr four runs in the fifth inning. Elsewhere, Atlanta Braves ripped Philadelphia Phillies 5- 2, Cincinnati Reds dumped klordreal Expos 6-4, Los Ange- es Dodgers defeated St. Cardinals 8-6 and Pittsburgh 'irates took San Francisco Giants M. San Diego Padres and Chicago Cubs had the day off. TAGGED FOR DOUBLE Houston's toy cannon, Jimmy Wynn, exploded on Seaver, tag- jng last year's Cy Young Award winner for a two-run double in the fifth and a solo romer two innings later. Doug iader also homered for the As- ros. Tom Griffin, who has never reen scored upon in 29 2-3 car- >er innings against New York, and Jack Billingbam combined or the three-hit shutouts. Wrif- fin was forced to leave the ame with two out in the fifth when .he was struck in the elbow by Jerry Grote's single. Pat Jarvis waited out three ain delays aol rode a four-run .tlanta spurt in the seventh in- ning to Ms victory, over Pnila- elphia. Jarvis scattered eight lits and struck out nine. Hank Aaron's two-run double followed by Hico Cariy's ilth omer of the year turned the game around for the Braves with two out in the seventh. The lame was delayed 45 minutes at start, five minutes in the lird inning and one hour, five minutes in the fifth. Bobby Tolan rapped his1 first wmer since May two-run tot in the ninth inning that moved Cincinnati past Mont- John Bench also homered or the Reds. Cleveland Indians are experi- ncing a rough season, ames behind the East Divi- ion-leading Baltimore Orioles the American League, But ne bright spot for the Jsst- lace club is pitcher Sam Me- >owell, who has collected seven )f the Indians' 15 victories. McDowell, 27, who last year collected 27? strikeouts witi an 1-14 won-lost record, Friday night fanned 13 batters and al- iwed only two hits as Cleve- and edged Oakland Athletics 2- In other Friday American action, Washington Sen- tors rallied for three runs in le last of the 12th inning to >eat Kansas City Royals 5-4. altiinore blanked Califorma ngels 2-0, New York Yankees owned Minnesota North Stars 2, Detroit Tigers beat the umping Milwaukee Brewers 54 and Boston Red Sox used a ninth-inning rally to edge Chi- cago White Sox 4-3. passed ball on Oakland catcher Frank Fernandez and Heidemann's sacrifice fly. RUDI HOMERS McDowell gave up a fourth-in- ning home run to Joe Rudi and a seventh-inning.single by Fe- lipe Moo. At Washington, the Senators trailed Kansas City 4-2 going into the home half of the 12th in- ning. Bernie Allen lied the score with a Uvo-run single and scored the winner on Del Un- ser's two-out single. Bong Powell crashed a two- run homer for Baltimore, his Mental Lapses Hurt Dave Hill Tenn. (AP) Disgusted Daye Hill said a ecu of mental lapses let Happy Homero Blancas barge into the second-round lead in th Danny Thomas-Mem phis Open Golf Tournament. "If my brains were a blue- bird, it wouldn't get off the Hill snorted Frida; Dave Mann Wants Name On Grey Cup TORONTO (CP) Dave Mann has his press clippings, a successful restaurant and more. It's the more that will bring the 38-year-old former pass catcher turned kicker back to active duty wifii Toronto Ar- gonauts of the Eastern Foot- ball Conference this season. "Besides, I've got to stick around for the big win and I feel said Mann, refer- ring to the Argos' hopes of winning their first Grey Cup since 1952. "It will be my Ilth season of Canadian football. I'm still looking for my first Grey Cup championship and I really be- lieve this is the year Argos are going to do it." Mann was one of the pass- catching greats of the Cana- dian Football League and later became one of the great punters, with a 44.1-yard life- time average, after retiring from offence. A thigh-muscle injury, suf-" fered in training camp last season, forced a temporary retirement, but he started the regular season before the thigh "just kept getting and he again retired to become the Toronto club's kicking coach. But coach Loe Cahill has again talked him out of retire- ment as a backup to place- kicker Tom Jphensen. Mostly, Cahill wants Mann around in case the Argos need his punting. "Mann's a great Cahill says. "He's the best in- surance policy we could possi- bly buy." Mann operates the Under- ground Railroad, which spe- cializes in soul food. after Blancas had fired a spar- kling 65 and taken the half-way lead at 131, nine-under-par. Hill, the outspoken guy who led the first round-with a spec- tacular 63, slipped to a one-un- der-par 69 and was tied for sec- ond at 132 with Jim Grant going into today's third round. Blancas, the dark, hefty Hous- ton University graduate who broke a four-year victory drought, two weeks ago in the Colonial National Invitation, birdied the first four holes and five of 'the first six. "It looked for a while like was going to shoot it Blancas said, "But I guess I go to thinking what a low score was going to shoot and kind o took the gas." The short, par Colonial Country club course offered little challenge to the tour regulars, who established flock of season bests. Blancas' 131 matched the 36 of the year. Blancas and Lou Graham each turned the par-34 fron nine in 29, lowest of the season And rookie Rod Curl recordec a rare double eagle. He holed a Stree wood second shot on the 500-yard, par five 16th hole. I was the first double eagle of the year. The cut for the final two rounds was 140, lowest of the fear. Veteran J. C. Gosie was alone at 133 after a 64, and eigh others followed, at 134. They were Gary Bowerman of To- ronto, Joe Campbell, Jim Ja- mieson, Lou Graham, Dick Crawford, and George Archer. Gene Littler and Frank Beard headed another big batch at 135. Arnold Palmer, Jack Nick- aus, Gary Player and Billy 3asper are not competing. 14th of the season, ifter Frank Robinson singled with two out in the eighth at, Anaheim, Calif. The homer broke up a pitching duel between the Angels' Andy Messersmith and Baltimore winner Mike Cuellar. The Yankees survived two home runs beat the Tw rift I Rick Renick to s and stay seven games behind Baltimore in sec- ond place in the East Division. New York reliever Lindy McDaniel held the Twins hitless over 3 2-3 innings to preserve a win for starter Mike Kekdch. At Milwaukee, Jim Northrup's two-run homer in the seventh won for Detroit as the Brewers sank to their seventh straight loss, their 30th of the season. The losers rallied for three runs in the eighth and Detroit re- liever Dennis Saunders sal- vaged a win for Mickey Lolich. At Boston, the Red Sox trailed Chicago 3-1 in the ninth inning, but run-scoring singles by Billy Conigliaro and Gerry Moses sparked a three-run winnirij rally off reliever Wilbur Wood who had replaced White So: starter Tommy John. Bill Mel ton hit his fifth home run of the year for the losers. Suzuki... built to take on the Country AC-50 MAVERICK 5 speeds. 4.0 hp. at 8500 rpm. 60-65 mph. bore x stroke. Single cylinder rotary-valv. 01 engine: OHr7.7J SPORTS FANS! Lawn Bowlers Elect Haszard Ted Haszard was recently elected president ol the Leth- ridge Civic Centre Lawn Bowl- ing League for the coming year. Joining Haszard on the execu- tive were Bill Wakeford, vice- resident and committee rnem- Fred Beard and M. Miron, n charge of greens, Bert Gow l look after rules while Jim aylor and Eric Lingard will e responsible for draws. It is hoped the new season will get under way shortly. Tour Bills Set For Sunday Native Sons' Debut Tonight Lethbridge Native Sons, first- year entry in flie Alberta Jun >r Lacrosse League, will make leir home debut tonight at the 'jcna. Sons will entertain.the North lenora Blues of Edmonton at :30 and then will meet the arae club Sunday afternoon at ivo o'clock, also at the Arena. Sons have played two league games thus far and have a H ecord. Sons travelled to Calgary last weekend and split a pair of es with the Calgary Tro- ans, winning Saturday's coo- test 5-1 but losing Sunday 7-5. Playing coach Dave Smith ould like nothing better than o send the Blues home empty- landed. Smith was a member of the lues last year when they rep- resented Alberta at Uie Cana- an Summer Games in Hali- ax. Two juvenile games will pre- each junior contest. The Lethbridge Laneers will ttle it out with the North lenora Griffins tonight at sev- i o'clock and the same two teami will meet again Sunday Tftemoon at A pair of games will be run Sunday in the Southern Al- rte Soccer League. Here in Lethbrklge, at the Civic Centre, the undefeated Lethbridge Royals will host the Medicine Hat College Trojans. Meanwhile in Taber, the homestanding United squad will face the Medicine Hat Cantal- inis. Game times in both Leth- bridge and Taber are set for three o'clock. The Royals will also be in action tonight as they entertain the Calgary Hungaria at the Wilson Junior High field at Tonight's contest is the. first [or the Royals in the Calgary Soccer League and their oppo- nents will be no slouches as the Calgary squad is rated as one of the tops in Alberta. Four doubleheaders will be played Sunday in the City Rec- reation Baseball League. Lethbridge Crighton Cubs will at home for a pair of games against the Brooks Lions. First game will start at Hen- derson Park with the nightcap getting underway at seven o'clock. Out of town games will he LoUibridge Junior Mmtrt meeting the Enchant Red Sox n Enchunt, Vulcan Giants, the defending league champions, vill travel to Taber for a twin- Mil, and Pincher Creek will' take on Milk River in Milk River. Out of town games Sunday will start at two o'clock and five o'clock. In the only league action Fri- day night, the Crighton Cubs moved into sole possession of first place by edging the Junior Miners 6-5. Greg Lazaruk struck out nine and allowed four hits ill gaining his first mound victory of the season. Lefthander Rod Taylor took the loss despite striking out 12 Cubs' batters. Athol Thomas rapped out a double and two singles in pac- ing the Cubs at toe plate while Bob Turner touched Lazaruk for a pair of singles. by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. Did you know that nobody has ever been able to win the Indianapolis 500 mile Iaulo raco three years In a row? 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