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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta g THE LETHBRICGE HERALD Tujsdny, September 7, 1971--------- BIG WEEKEND FOR ULLY This past Labor Day weekend will be a tough one for Roy Ully of Lefhbridge to forgef. Ully won the Southern Alberia tournament champion- ship a one-stroke vidory over Cliff Stroh. This time no fluke Cowan just made sure WILMINGTON, Del. (CP) Gary Cowan of Kitchener has won the U.S. amateur golf title for the second time. He won it first in 1966. A great 135-yard shot from the rough on the 18th hole Sat- urday went into Uie cup to give him a three-stroke win over a 19-year-old U.S. college shot- maker Eddie Pearce of Temple Terrace, Fla. Cowan was a probable winner even if that shot hadn't gone in. DRTHERN ASBESTOS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD. 253 12lh STREET NORTH LETHBRIDGE Phone 327.6166 or 327-6161 UNBEATABLE SAVINGS FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN THE CITY PREFINISHED GOLDEN ASH PANELS V grooved PER SHEET, ONLY T50 B ZONOLiTE 3 cubic foot bag PER BAG, ONLY.. 1 ,14 FIBERGLASS INSULATION sq. ft. per bdl. PER BDL, ONLY 7 ,95 DAMAGED MAHOGANY DOORS VARIOUS SIZES SUPER SPECIAL PRICE 5 .00 Once his shot hit the green, he have had to putt three times even to fall into a playoff nith Pearce. And Cowan, understandably, was a tittle edgy about Tvho won and who lost because of his first U.S. amateur win in 1966. A n international magazine Etory after lu's first victory 1966 hinted that his win was a little tainted. The magazine car- ried a stop.- about Dsane Bea- man of the U.S. explaining how he "lost" to Cowan. Cowan didn't feel that way and made it clear to the maga- zine's representative Saturday. And of his 1971 win he said to reporters: "This was much more satisfy- ing because I won it once and have won it said the 32- year-old insurance broker from Kitchener, Ont. The magazine article after his 1966 playoff victory over Bea- man at ilerion (Pa.) Golf Club, said that Cowan hadn't really won, but Seaman beat himself. Beaman blew big leads in the final round and again in the playoff. Nobody could say that some- one else lost the 1971 amateur. Cowan silencer! that possibility when he stroked a nine iron 135-yards into the cup for an ea- gle-two on the final hole of the 72-hole tournament. It gave him a [hree-stroke victory over 19- y e a r -o 1 d Eddie Pearce, the Wake Forest college golfer. Cowan said he wasn't sure how much he was ahead when he walked to the 18th tee and wanted to take a look at the Scoreboard. A USGA official said no. EXPORTA" REGULAR AND KINGS Stroll one-stroke 1 SPORT Ully reig over soi By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Writer "Who would have thought that one stroke on Saturday would have made the supn ithern ei Roy Ully didn't realize it at Uis time but that one-stroke margin Saturday loomed larger and larger as the Southern Alberta golf tournament took place at Henderson Lake over the weekend. For Ully, it was lo become j his biggest stroke to date in his golf was really pleased to take the lead said Ully. "But wlio would have thought it wocM be Llie margin of victory in the Ully survived the challenge of 160 golfers in capturing the coveted trophy and the championship flight. Ully's biggest challenge came from clubmate .Cliff Stroh. Ully and Stroh both are members of the Henderson Lake Golf Club, hosts for the three-day 54-hole event. It was Stroh who finished one stroke back of Ully Saturday and then matched him shot for shot the remaining two days. Following his 71, even Ully had rounds of 76 and 7J. Stroh had 72, 76 and 74. "I thought he might give a little (Monday) said Stroh o( the winner. "But he just played great golf." Third place in the championship flight went to popular Ixm Brayton of Calgary's Earl Grey Golf Club. Brayton started slow with a 76 but caught fire with a 72 and 75 for a 223 two strokes off the pace. Alex Murrell of the host dub finished with a 224 afler rounds of 75, 74 and 75 while Al Ihe 1971 Lethbridge Country Club champion, settled for a 225 the low net title in the championship division. The tourney was broken down into low gross and low net with certified handicaps being used. Ully almost made it a day to remember Monday afternoon. Following his victory in the tourney and a quick lunch ic was back on the course taking a wliirl at the horse race. "It would have been a litlle loo much to take I he said. "The tourney title and the horse race." Wliat Ully was saying was he had trouble believing what was happening. He wis defeated on the last hole o! the 10-raan horse race, by Norm Gray of Calgary, last year's tournament champion. "It will be hard to forget this tournament I'll tell were Ully's parting words-CHIP SHOTS Jock Brown received nothing but compliments on the shape of the course Laurie Scott of Edmonton was in the thick of the title race until B fatal eight on the par-three lltli hole did him in He forgot the wind wasn't blowing and put a four-iron shot on Mayor Magrath Drive Cliff Stroh keeping his sense of humor intact after his third second place finish quipping on Murray Mills' prize of a set of binoculars "At least now Murray can see to line up those putts of his" One more tournament will wrap things up for Earl Francis and his staff, the Last Chance Stroh and his partner Les Colwill are the defending champs having won it two years in a row. CHAMPIONSHP FLIGHT 1 Rov Lelhbrldge 71 74 74 121 Cliff Slroh, Lulhbridge 11 76 3. Len Brayton, Caloary 74 11 Low Al Kenwood, Lelhbridge-335. FIRST DIVISION a 1 Kir. bashewskl, Lelhbr dge 75 73 2. Murray Mills, Lelhbridge 70 77 232. Low net Nick Onolrychuk, Lelhbridae SECOND DIVISION 1 Barry Kimery, Lelhbrldnr 77 fll 3. Ron Berlando, Lelhbrldge BO 01 23E. Low nel Bill Sine air, Lefh-THIRD" DIVISION i. Sh g Taber 7a 66 80 2J4; 3 A Rownlree, Lelhbridge B4 79 67 250. Low nel Lawrencg Dluren, Lelhbrldge W. FOURTH DIVISION-I Toklo Hor Lelhbrldge fll 83 67 251; 2 Bud Boullon, Lelhbrldge 87 86 82 255. Low nel Ed Vlsosky, Lelhbrldge 259 FIFTH DIVISION 1. Bi 1 Meyers, Lelhbridge B9 BJ 16 259; 2. ORES rtri LEAGUE Ess) W L Pet. GBL PI Otmrgh G6 57 .Ml SI. Louis 7B 63 .553 7 Chicago 73 68 .518 12 NPW York 75 47 .518 11 Montreal 59 79 .428 J-'.va Philadelphia 59 82 26 West San Francisco B? 59 .SB3 Lcs AngSlQS 7S 64 .i32 7 Allonla 72 71 .503 11 Cmcinnnli 70 73 .d90 East V-' L Pet. GBL Balllmore as 51 .625 77 62 .554 Vh nation .73 48 14Va New York 70 71 .496 17 WaMilmjIon :g .417 56Va Cleveland 55 86 ,390 32 West Oakland fl! 51 .fi3fl Kansas Clly 75 65 .536 Chicatio if, 74 .471 23 California 65 75 .464 14 MiinncLcia tn 7.1 .464 24 Milwaukee i5 79 .432 22 TODAY'S GAMES Race i CALGARY (CP) Race results Monday from Viclorla Park: Firil calming, 3-year-old maidens, IVi miles Lord Hairy (Norrls) 7.10 3 BO 2.80, Blue STrome (Perry) 8. 30 4.30, Grin-ner (Sfadnyk) 2 do. Time: :J6 J-5 Whllstllng Marine, Mom-gate, Trader John, Reserved seat, Spirit N Speed also ran. Second cla mlng, and UP, 7 furlongs Canada's Year (Whittle) 3.90 3.30 3.10, Rapid Dove (Barroby) 3.70 3.10, Tlvoll Belle tWalson) 7.M. Time; :27 3 sixth calmllng, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Fores! Helghls (Jackowlsk) B.7D 3.10, Silverado Tral (Kipling) 8.50 5.00, Rosles Sleel (Sladnyk) Time: 2-5 Deleuh, ANlrust, Nayu, West Wind Gal, Killam also ran. Seventh claiming, 4-year-olds and up, Irish Minstrel (K pllng) 4.00 3 30 2 90, Perfect Host (Slsdnyk) d 00 3.00, Pandora's Box (Wh tile) 3 10 Time: Diego 53 BB .276 29 TODAY'S New YorK (11 9) at Rennu (13-13) N Sr. Lcu-is Pallerscn (0-0) and CiEve-land (12-10) el Philadelphia Wiiscn (3-5) and Reynolds (4-7} Twi N firEl game completion o) sus-pfenUed game. Houslon Wilson 03-B) al Allanla Reed (17-11) N San Francisco Bryant 17-9] at Los Anqelcs Osteen (11-10) N Cincinnati Nolan (11-14) al San Diego Norman (2-11) N MONDAY'S RESULTS FIRST rhicaao 101 OM 1 3 1 PIHstfuroh 500 010 01 470 Piiarro (5-5) '61 'B) ami Cannizzaro; Brlles (d 3) and San-SECOND Ch cfloo 070 101 5 U 1 Pittsburgh 015 000 10 15 Hollzn-an (9-14) Bonham (4) Newman (7) Tompklns (B) and Rudclph; Walker (6-0) Mocie (6) 19) and Eannuillen. HRs: Pepi lone Slarcpll O'iver New York .030 DOO 7 7 0 Monlreal 090 000 024 Seaver (17-E) and Grolc; A'.c Anally (C-10) r.rillon (9) Raymond (9) and Bateman. Cinchnall OCO 001 000- 1 4 1 Snn Diego .000 000 0 3 0 S rmson (4S) rarri-.si T) Robcrls (IMil Corkins (E) and Gar Ion. vandal) W FIRST SI. Louis OD4 COO B 1 Philadelphia 010 ODO 373 GiL-Eon 12) and Wise 14-12) (3) Slisrt '7) r.'.t Tervcr, Ryan (A) Kneed MR: Hague SECOND St. Louis MO C01 1 Philadelphia 000 101 2 5 1 Zachory (U) Shaw (4t LlnTy (fl) and Simmons; Champion (2-2) 17) and McCarver. Houston 033 001 A 9 1 Allanla 000 Ml 4 7 1 nk5 '101 end Howard; 5 'one (64) N'ic'.iouer (3) Mouse (6) Barter e and WNMflr-5. HR: Ati- .Vlllianis San Francisco 100 7 5 Los Angeles 010 001 S B 1 Cumberland 'S :i (7) aid Sullen Brewer 18) and Hfl T. IIRv LA-Lsrvry SUNDAY Montreal 2 PIMsburgh B New York 3 Philadelphia t Houston 1, 5 San Francisco 0, 3 Alianla 5 San C nclnnall 1 Los Angeles 2 Ch cigo 5 SI. LoL'is i2 SATURDAY New York A, 3 Philadelphia 0 Cincinnati 7 Los Angeles 5 Allanla 11 San Dlcgo 1 L9AGUE LEADERS AS R H Pet. Torre, SIL 555 B2 70? 364 C emenle, Pgh 76 145 .350 Beckerl, Chi 530 80 1B1 Garr. Ail fi! 92 1EB Sanguillcn. 57 15? JJO C. Jones, NY 59 U9 H. Aaron- Al! All Bl 141 .373 Brock, SIL 552 112 177 .321 M. Alou, SIL 53B 72 Uf .314 W. Davis. LA 71 172 .312 Home runs: Stargell, Pillsburgh, 4J; H. Aaron, Allanla, 39. Runs balled In: Torre, St. Louis, 15D; Stflrgell, Plllsburgh, 119. Pitching 1-1 decisions: Gulletf, Cincinnati, US, .737; AAcGraw, New York, 11-4, .733. PRO FOOTBALL SATURDAY Pillsburcjh 35 N.Y JE'S K Wiarr.i 27 Washinotcn m C ndnnatl 27 Green Bay 14 St. Lcuis 17 Kansas Clly 17 Phi adelohia 34 New Orleans 0 Buffalo 31 Detrcil 17 Cleveland ?0 N.Y. Gla-'s 7 Houslcn 37 Chicago 17 Denver 1J Minncso a 7 Oakland 24 San Francisco 2fl SUNDAY At anla 45 New England 35 SOCCER ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 W T L F A Pis Sheffield U 6 1 0 li i 13 Leeds 2 1 11 5 10 Derty 3 i 012 6 10 Unlled d 2 1 13 B 10 Wolverh'plon 331979 Division II Blackpool 4 0 211 i E Bristol C 3 2 0 13 6 B Norwich 230527 Hu 311427 Millwall 2 3 0 B 4 7 Division 111 Nolls C 4 0 1 1? a B Swansea 3 l 1 A 1 7 3 1 1 7 -T 7 Br ghlon 3 1 111 6 7 Bollon 2 2 0 6 3 Division IV Brenllord 3 2 0 13 1 B Grimscy 3 2 0 12 6 Reading 4 0 1 7 4 B Peterborough 3 1 1 1 1 6 7 Scunthorpe 3 1 1 B 7 (23-7) N Milwaukee Pallin (12-14) at Kansas Cily Drayo (161) N (1614) al Chicago Jciin (10 1-1) fJ Clcvc'and (11-13) al Bal-Imcre W.cNally (17-6) N Delrcil (16-B) Washlng-on Thompson (1-6) N Boslon Sieherl (15-9) at New York Peierson (13-10) N MONDAY'S RESULTS FIRST Boslon Oil 001 3 R 1 Nrw York QDO '60 5 U 1 Culp (14-4) Lee (Bl and Mcntgom-cry; Kc-kich, Hambright (MJ (7) and GlbL's. HRs: Kennedy Gibhs SECOND York 000 OGI 380 Curl is '0-D Tianl 16) and Fisk; Bahnson (12-10) and Munson. SECOND Minnesota .400 301 0 Cfl.cago DOD 370 Homm (2-D and Root; Hinlnn 1-ii Hnricn (1) Renanowski Eddy (7) Mdtnuscn [9) and Herrmann. HRs: KitlcbrEW Chi Johnsto ie Kclley SECOND MinnPSDla .001 000 1 0 ChlTBtjD K9 003 i t I (J-S) Luebber (J) Gebhatd (4) (s) CTcm (6) and Millcrwa d, Jchnr.Ln (910) (7) Kealey 7) and H.'Li: Mellcn P1R5T Cleveland 010 100 M 1 BairimciC 020 010 10 13 1 Paul, Harnan (6) Balllngcr (7) 1-1) and Fcssc, Suarcz 6 ,-P. V.alt (C) (3-1) and Elche-t anen. HPs: Clc -Posse (51; Llchr-barrtn MoKon Powell SECOND Clevuiand .OlO 100 T f Baltimore 000 000 0 7 2 Cok-vf (5-a) Dunning (9) and Suar-ezi Lecnhard (2-7) Richerl (9) and FIRST" Milwaukee 010 000 3 f 1 Kansas City in oil 4 e 1 iVcrris and Porter, heuiuncj (13 Abernalliy (7) Ycrk BLrnmcier (9) nnil J. Kirk-pplriLk HRs; KC-Schdal (3) Milwaukee 100 071 t 9 1 K.insai Clly 030 MO 671 Reynolds (0-1) (i) BcH (4 SfnLfv 17) ftnd RcOfitjUCi; Dal Can-1cn, Clcmrns (3) Wrighl (6) Burg-mcler (C 7) (6) and Martinez. California 010 Oil 002-4 T 1 Oakland 000 002 1 fl 0 Meiers rnlth (15-13) and Torboro; Dofison (15-d) and Elefary. HRst Ca So-ncer (IB) Gonzales (3) Repci Bando Dclroil 100 110 OBI- 3 T 0 Washington ODD ODD 00 063 Lciich (23-10) and Fre-.han; (J-4) Cox (9) end Casanova. SUNDAY Balllmore 3 Washington 5 Cleveland 1 Bcslon 6 Detroit 5 Nc.v York 6 Oah'arrf 3 Vinr.rr-cla 7 Caiifrrnio 6 Kansas City 0 Cliicngo 6 MONDAY Delroit 9 New York 1 Cleveland 11 Boslon 9 Oakland 5 Mlnnesola 4 Ballimore 6 Washington 2 Kensas Cily 3 Chicago 1 Calfolrnla 1 Milwaukee 4 LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet. Ollva, MIn AS1 69 156 H5 Murcer, NY 84 15B .332 Retlenmund, Bal 4U 73 310 farcw, Mln 509 BO 157 308 Tovar, Min 543 63 170 .302 Kallr.e, Del 365 63 Ho .301 Rojas, KC 56 124 .300 Reichardt, J35 47 129 597 R. ST.ilh, Ecs 5-10 76 159 Homt runs: Cash, Delroll, 30; Mellon, Chicaao, 33. Runs tailed In: Klllebrew, Mlnrwso-ta. Bando, Oakland. B6. Pnchinq 1-1 decisions: McNally, 17-J, .BID; C. Dobson, Oakland, 15-4. .789. MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS SUNDAY Pacific Coast Leagut Salt Lakp i Tacoma 4 Salt Lake wins league championship 3-1 in ol-live series Inlcrnalional League Semi-final Playoff Tidewalr-r 13 Charleston t Tidewater leads bfst-of-flve isrlll 2-0 Syracuse 8 Rochester S Rocheiler lends besl of five SATURDAY Pacific Coast Lragua Sa'l 7 Tacoma 3 Lake leads tesi-of five cham-p onihfp r-ories 7-1 International League SemHinal Playolf Tidfwaler 7 Charleston 3 Tidewater leads bcsl-of-five ser ei 1 D Rocflrslor 5 Syraruse 1 Rochester leads besl-of-five scrlei 2-0 dorn Roqe, Prairie Blue, Flambc also DAILY DOUBLE: 814.20. Third claimlno, J-year-olds, 7 fur-longs Comptor (Whilfle) 5.30 !UO 770, Count The Spots (Billingsley) 4. 30 3.30, Shining Prif cess (McC3Uley) 3.PO. Time: -JB Flying W net, Magic Spree, Rusty Rouser, Citaflous, Flinlslone also ran QUINELLA: 114.30. Fourth cla mlng, 4-year-olds and up, H'B miles Kuckee Lad (Hedge) 7.00 3. BO 300, Wet Cell c (Bllllngstey) fc.iO 70, Nor-Ihern Miss on (McCauley) 3.80. Time: 2-5 Vast Opporlunllv, Free Ground, Pebble HI 1 a so ran Fifth Sl.dQO claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Prlnca Bally Hlflh (Stadnyk) J 40 4.10 3.SD, Tudor K (Klpllnfl) 9. JO 6.40, Pi-nler'i Joy (Norrli) 4.00 Time: 1-5 irsrordem. Bill's Chop Chop, Ml is Kaysuftcon. Boy, Dark Susan also ran. EXACTORi (0. SUrth c a mlng, T b miles Arctic John IHedoc) 3. so 3.JD 7 Regicide Norrls) j.io 3.40. Bcaiico IBllllngsley) Time: 4-5 Char le 0, LusfroLS Star, Love Success, Bomb Chea( The Bull also Sevenlh ca mllng, 4-year-oldi and up, miles Dewey Boy (Jickoulak) 3 so 320 Eagle Hill (Hedge) 4.50 7.60, Soon Enulf (Barroby) 2.50. Tlmt: 45 Hewnsum, Brazen Slsler Clly, Whir la gale, Simla Match also ran. Eighth handicap, 3-year-olds and up. Hi m es A-Love Your Host (Barroby) 4 90 3.M 2.90, A-Socllma (Rasmussen) 4 90 3.90 3.PO, Fyllnfl Award (Norris) 280 Time: 1-J Ma or Presto, Johnny N Joe, Harry Safari, Mighty Hawk also ran. Double entry. Ninth claiming, 4-yeer-clds end up, 7 fur ongs Madam Judge (Norrls) 4.20 2.EO 2 60. Game Boy (Whittle) 3.90 3.10, Tole King Rycroft) 4.00. Timi: 4-S Day WIN Come, Fast Friday, Great Gale, Jean'i Goldle, Canadian Arctic also ran. QUINELLA: IMQ. SATURDAY Pint clB mlng, 3-year-olds, 7 furlongs Speeds Beauty (Bsrroby) 7.10 3 80 3.90, Fwl Trade (Kipling) 4.70 310, Reverse Current (Haynea( 5.10. Time: 1-J Bha Force, Sione, Mr. Kugrlcks, Swing Leader, Bals Las) also ran. Second claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 7 furlongs Chaico Jack (CocmbsJ 32 SO 16.30 7.60, Amber Day (Hedge) 7.40 3.90, Anils D (Whittle) 2.80, Time: 3-5 Ken Kal, Tiger Tuff, Swlffle, Clta-Hus, Swan Babe also ran, DAILY DOUBLE: MS1.30. Third SI ,400 c aiming, 2-yeur-olds, 7 furlongs Shady Style (Haynes) 11.10 6.10 3.40. Messenger Lad (Hedge) 4.70 3.JQ, Fren-Isl (Whltlle) 3.30. Time: 1-3 Kathys Country, Slmba Sue, Mysllc Twister, Soaring Freddy, Smooth Coat also ran. QUINtLLAl 114.00. Fourth SI ,400 c aiming, 4 year-olds and up. U- milts Acapuko Gold (Shields) 21.50 8.10 S.iO, K It Sliklne (Coombs) J.2Q 4.30, Dark Numbers (Watson) 5.40. Time: 1-5 Hot Flight, Prince Grey, West e r n Arrow, Boutique Belle, Mr. Pioneer also ran. Firm calming, 4-year-nlds end up, II.B miles Common Market (Jackowlak) S.tO 1M 3.40, Hurmcho (Stadnyk) 3.70 3.10, Nlpawin (Norrls] Time: 1-5 Regal Hawk, Peaceman, Furl o u s FH0M, Northern Emperor, Nlflhl Shine nlio ran. EXACTOR: added, 3 year-olds, miles Kims Kid (Rycroll) 610 430 310 Pcnicillium (Wli (lie) 7.90 5.00, Maxies Heir (Norris) 3 30 Time: 1-5 Helkey, Rockln Ruler, Table For Tony, Powerful Pop, Flight Count, Sevens Best also ran. Ninlh Sl.ion claiming, and up, 1.3 miles Super Quill (McCauley) 10 60 S BO 3.SQ, Law Boss (Sar.chcz) T 50 Homecoming Day (Billinosley) 410 Time: 1-5 Espril D'Or, Son Michael, Roving Dcclcr, Bells Sheila also rdn. (rack Scralch: Cgeninl QUINELLA: S21.7Q. Another derby for colt CALGARY fCP) Ernie Caniyre'5 Kim's Kid added another derby tc his laurels Saturday at Victoria Park as he took down top honors in the 41st running of Ihe Alberia Derby. He had the Canadian Derby ui Edmonton three weeks ago. Well placed by jockev Del-her' Kycroft Iliroughout lie mile journey, he moved strongly on the fins turn to take the lead, then held off Penicillium's closing rush to win by one-half length. Maxie's Heir closed up to finish third, two lengths further back. With his winner's share of Lhe added purse plus the breeder feu, Kim's Kid increased his season earnings to -.830. The son of Doolan Ma-kimha returned backers a popular 56.10, 4.30 and 3.10. His time was one minute 53 1-5 seconds. The daily double was worth .30 when Cha co Jack in the second race combined with Speeds Beauty in the first. The quinella in Lhe third race was worth 514 for the combination of Shady Style and Messenger Lad and in the ninth. Lhe quinella paid for Super Quill and Law Boss. The fifth race exactor was wort li 525.60 for those who picked Common Market and Hur-racho to finisli one two. Bcllin.ff Sa in-day was compared wild S285.217 for the same day last sport on page DIVISION 1 Lelhtrldge. B9 97 lei L-e 93 93 W 285. Low Wlllms, Lelhbrldge Flaa, 2. Jack EWMENT BUY SELL SWAP Is your equipment loo large or loo smoll for you? Are you just starting hockey or hava you finished and no longer require your equipment? Then everyone is welcome to attend our equipment swap day where you can MAKE YOUR OWN DEAL with others present. WHERE: GYM NO. 2 CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE WHEN: SAT., SEPT. 11-10 a.m.-6 p.m. GENERAL ADMISSION 25c Spontorad By 1.ETHBRIDGE ATHLETIC r, 1 f BECAL VfeMC BLOKE CAN'T HOLD A TosX. J5E OF IT- WHEN t ALlA )NEV ON IT- WHtTN 'Ef U3SES 'IS w GIRL FRlEfO BECAUSE OF __ i 1C 5 .VS WOULD VER SAV t WAS NOT REALM'S (ALCOHOLIC. MISTER WEAVES JLDN'T BE T1 AaOLJT IT i Mi" ELRICH TIRE LTD.I COMPLETE TIRE SALES i, SERVICE 1 40] lit Avt South Phonr 357-6886 or L t 11 1 IT 11 Vi..i- ;