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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saluiday, 12, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Before the LeUibridge George Gross, Frank Hinton drilled a tie- .viu George McDonald, Al homer in the sixth EACH Slif Bales, Nels Stephens. Don Allen, Leroy Hovey, Alex Melvln, Pete major league hit, carrying the Indians past League Pqri-Mutuel Tony Frank, Layne Baceda, Alex Dldyk, Carlos Bond. W. R. Cousins, Dalton Martin, Bill Flynn, Mike who have dropped three in a row. Ron Woods homered for New Meeting John Vaselenak, Alex Park, Bob starter Bill The Alberta Montana Hock- picked up his initial major league victory with League will hold an organi- zational meeting Sunday after- SALE OF from Darold Knowles and loracio Pina as the Senators extended Detroit's losing j Set to get under way at two o'clock the meeting will be four games. Mike at the Taber Cafe. J homer keyed the interested in attend- t ZEUS FARMS the meeting is welcome. COMPLETE DISPERSAL OF WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER C.F.L. FOOTBALL a.m. at: ZEUS FARMS SOUTH OF f NEXT WEEK ON 5 Milei South (Shell Service Station) At Olcotekt On 4 tana Highway and 1 Milt East HORSES INCLUDE 9 MARES IN FOAL Including Stakes Winners: TOUCH Of MAGIC, PANDRAG, and SHEREE. INCLUDING: IEGAL TERM 1st and 3rd out of two slarll in 13 7 YEARLING COLTS 4 YEARLING SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER to p.m. 6 WEANLINGS 5 by ROYAL af BRITISH COLUMBIA 1 by ERIKEl A LIMITED NUMBER OF SHARES TO "ROYAl SEPTEMBER to p.m. Wilt BE at HAMILTON (Royal Coinage out of Turkish FIRST CROP 3 STARTERS and 3 WINNERS IN SEPTEMBER to p.m. For More Information COLUMBIA at SASKATCHEWAN J. REYNOLDS PHONE: OKOTOKS, VIEW THESE GAMES ON THE ESTABLISHED HORSES MAY BE VIEWED DAY OF ONtY the the Cards scored four times. Jose Car- denal triggered the rally with a two-run double. Cleon Jones had three of the hits off Gibson, running his hit- ting streak to 18 games. With the East battle figuring to go right down to the wire Gibson was asked his opinioi Says; n 1 Golf) Million Dollar Winner LONG IRONS FROM HARD GROUND Many golfers shy away from long irons when the turf is especially firm. They that they cannot get the ball airborne with- out some kind of special effort. Not so. Keeping in mind that the long iron swing should never be forced, play tht ball about an inch farther forward, toward' the target. At ad- 71. dress, be certain that your hands are even with the ball. not ahead for that would take effec- tive loft off the shot. The forward position- ing will result in your taking less of a divot. In fact, theclubhead will only scrape the ground after impact. It takes practice to learn this shot, but it's one you should know, 1970 NAfL Hockey Canada To Assist 52 TORONTO (CP) Fifty-U young players, representin most of the hockey-playin areas of Canada, will atten university or community collej during the coming year with ti financial assistance of Hocki Canada. Charles Hay, president of tl body set up by business hockey executives with feder I government blessing to Canadian hockey internatioi ally, announced Friday: "These scholarships and bur saries will enable Canada's bes young players to obtain a un versity or community colleg education in Canada, as well a financially assisting thos award winners already attene ing Canadian post-secondary in stitutions." When the plan was announce last July it was stated that th awards would be valued up t each with the mone coming frorx Hockey Canada' working capital the first year. Future programs would be supported by a fund-raising campaign. Donations would be tax-deductible. SPLIT EQUALLY When the plan was an noimced, Hay said: "We wish to divide (lie schol- arships equally across the coun- ry so we don't haye a concen- ration of scholarship awards in any one particu- ar university. We are co-oper- ating with the universities to make certain the awarding of scholarships does not unbalance the level of competition. Each applicant must indicate his choice of three or four universi- ties he would be willing to at- Both scholastic arid hockey- playing ability were considered in the awards. Hay said about youths leave Canada each year "to at- tend school in the United Statei because of their hockey-pitying' ability. Many of these stayed on there after their playing careers ended and were lost to the econ- omy of Canada. The scholarships were to help correct this; bursaries were to help the boy "at all levels of ed- ucation" once he is finished with secondary school. but wouldn't predict a winner. Carl Morton tossed a two-hit- "Pittsburgh has the edge in hitting and the Mets have the pitching while the Cubs have he said. "And I sup- pose we have a chance, remote but possible." The Cards are eight games back with 17 games to play. San Diego Padres edged Cin cinnati Reds 3-2 Friday, while Houston Astros nipped Atlanta Braves 3-2. Montreal Expos blanked Philadelphia Phillies 1 0 and San Francisco Giants downed Los Angeles Dodgers 4- 3. Nate Colbert snapped a 2-2 ti< with his 31st homer in the sev enth inning, backing the two-hii pitching of Pat Dobson in the Padres' triumph. Dennis Menke rapped a two out, run-scoring in the eighth inning, cracking a tie and giving the Astros their vic- Grad Game Ready To Go Tliis Evening Were the Grads to tired to show Or was it a case of the LCI Ranis not being ready to tackle the former stars of the Collegiate? Actually it was the weather that forced postponement of the annual LCI Rams game with the Grads Friday evening. The game will go this evening at Henderson Park at seven o'clock and according to re- ports the Grads were happy for ,ho extra day's rest. The Grads have held the ipper hand in the history of he Grad game and the Rams would like nothing better than b hand the old-timers a set- rack. Rams open the 1970 Southern Alberta High School Football season next Friday at lenderson at eight o'clock vhen they meet the defending hampion Catholic Central Cougars. IS MY CAR READY FOR WINTER? How Is My ANTI-FREEZE HEATER BATTERY TIRES BLOCK and HEATER FLUSH A FALL TUNE-UP IS A MUST! Better I Should Go To El RANCHO TEXACO Today! El Rancho Ernie DONT SUFFER ALONG WITH A POOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE US TODAYI ter and Gary Sutherland came through with an RBI eighth in- ning single, giving the Expos right-hander his 16th victory. He has lost 10. Tight relief pitching by Mike Davison and Don McMahon helped Juan Marichal, forced out of the game stomach cramps in the seventh, gain his llth victory as the Giants held off the skidding Dodgers. SPORTS FANS1 BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW by GARY KIRK KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. 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