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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Soplomber 17, 1970 ANDY CAPP FANCY YOU TURNIN' COWN A bATE WITH THAT BINGO CALLER. I THiNK'E'S LOVELY, EOITH E SCARE'S ME, FLO-ALL MEN SCARE ME, THAT1? WHY I'VE NEVER MARRIEQ ruSTWHYVER SHOULD GETMARRIEb, VAVETBESCAREO Bj Alcan Honors At Stake Billy Casper Favored PORTMARNOCK, Ireland (AP) _ Billy Casper, the de- fending champion, ranked as a solid favorite Wednesday to win the top prize in the Alcan Golfer of the Year cham- pionship. Ireland's legal booHes esta lished the quiet man from Bo ita, Calif., as the 5-to-l choice the 72-hole test that begii today on the seaside Portma nock Golf Club course. Casper, after a practice roun Indoor Rodeo In Two Weeks The Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion will be the scene of the second-annual International All Indian Indoor rodeo Oct. 2, 3 and 4. Presented by Herb's Western Rams Meet Cougars The City High School Football League officially opens tomor- row evening when the defend- ing champion Catholic Central Cougars will tangle with the LCI Rams. Last season the Rams were touched with tough breaks in the second half of the cham- pionship game and watched the Cougars carry home the coveted prize. Coaches Jim Whitelaw and Dean Dahl are not too optimis- tic rath the outcome of the contest, but hope to start the season off with a victory. For the last few seasons the Cougars and the Rams have fought tough battles and this one should be no different. Game time is slated for 8 p.m. at the Henderson Baseball Park. Wear and the Indian Cowbo Rodeo Association the events nine in all, will be run off o two evenings Friday and Sa urday and Sunday afternoon The evening performances under way at eight while th Sunday show is set for o'clock. Competitors, in saddle, bare- back, bull riding, calf roping steer -wrestling, team roping boy's steer riding and junio and senior girls' barrel racing will compete for ovsr prizes. The official opening ceremon ies will take place Friday Oci 2. Senator James Gladstone will be in attendance along with his worship Mayor A. C. Andersor of Lethbridge. Miss Laverna McMaster Miss Indian Princess of Canad, will be in attendance. As wel Joe Saddleback and his danc troupe will entertain each da; as will the Blood Indian danc group consisting of dancers all under sue years of age. Tickets, in advance of th rodeo, can be obtained Herb's Western Wear, Doug' Music and Sports and Marcel' Club Cigar Store. The stock fa1 the three-day event, is suppliec by the McGowan Rodeo. THROWN, KILLED SAN DIEGO (AP) Tommy a favorite in the 1970 d Cup hydroplane champion ships, was thrown from his speed boat and killed in a tria! run Wednesday. For The Coming Season HUNTER'S SPECIAL YAMAHA 100 TRAILMASTER Designed from the ground up for trail riding. Exclusive "trail- malic" transmission permits selection of the exact gear ratio for street or for rugged trail performance. Rofary valve single engine. Aufolube. Actually two bikes in one with 6 forward speeds. Eleclric and Primary Kick starting. Reg. 469.00 HUNTER'S SPECIAL Trades will be accepted on the regular selling price of only. 425 Please Note! All Ynmana Motorcycles are equipped with Baffle Pipes in Each Exhaust System. Thesa mufflers comply with all National Noise Regulations. YA1V1AHA CYCLE SALES AND SERVICE LTD. Located Under The Water Tower 2UI SI. and 2nd Avo. S. Ph. 328-6977 on the par 72 layout, voiced concern about the weather. A cold, drizzling rain {ell most of the day Wednesday. "The rain is okay, but if the wind comes up, well, you've got a combination that could be dif- ficult." Casper was one of the last in the international field of 26 to arrive in Dublin making a late appearance after playing hi last week's World Series of golf in Akron, Ohio. He tied for second behind Jack Nicklaus in that one. Nicklaus and the other mem- bers of the so-cailed Big Three Palmer and South Af- rican Gary not competing. Also among the missing are England's Tony Jacklin, the reigning U.. Open 'champion, and Dave Stockton, TJ.S. Profes- sional Golfers Association title- lolder. The players gained their >erths in this tournament by a series of qualifying events all over the world, but the bulk of he field is made of regulars on '.he American tour. And it is those regulars who are expected to give the biggest challenges to Casper, the U.S. Masters champion and winner if tliree other U.S. tour events his year. Pesky Expos Help Pittsburgh Extend Lead There's Room At The Top In The East Golf Titles To Lothian And Sparks TAEER (HNS) John Loth an and Randy Sparks took top honors in the senior and junior sections of the Taber Golf Club tournament. In the senior championship light, Lothian squeezed pasi Ted Smith and Ed Uyesugi in a playoff after they tied at V n regular 18-hole play. Low nel n the championship flight wenl o Jim Oshiro with a 71. In the other flights, Bob Gal- m took the first flight, Brian Sasthope won the second, Joe Orban was victorious in the Jiird, Ken Kerkhoff took the ourth and Milt Iverson the ifth. Iverson's 15-stroke handi- ap doubled for the two rounds ave him over-all net with a 66. Sparks won the junior section vith a Si while Barry Sawada. arry Pollard and Mike Galvin ed at 70 each. The tournament was probably le last one on the Lakeside ourse. The new nine-hole grass green course cm the recreation grounds is expected to be ready ext season. soccer Pool 'ays Off GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) ob Henderson, 51, won a share on the soccer pools nd was so excited he couldn't ow out the candles on his rthday cake Wednesday. Henderson's wife, Frances, ceived the news a little more oly and blew out the candles him. By THE ASSOCIATED PRES There is a bit of daylight i the whacky National Leagu oast race today, thanks mainl to the pesky Montreal Expo and powerful Bob Gibson. Pittsburgh's front-mnnin Pirates took advantage of he! from both those source Wednesday to open a two-gam' gap over bothi Chicago Cubs an New York Mets as the seasoi swings into its final two weeks The Pirates needed five pitcli of them in the nint held on to whi] Philadelphia Phillies 5-3. Mean while, Montreal jolted Nev York 4-2 and Gibson pitched St Louis Cardinals to an 8-1 victory over Chicago. In other National League ac ion, Cincinnati Heds clinched a ie for the West Division title by nipping Houston Astros 3-2 while Jan Diego Padres were slopping Los Angeles Dodgers 4-0. Atlanta Braves whipped San 'rancisco Giants 10-7. ACES PIRATES Manny Sangioillen ripped two singles and a double, and scored wicc to pace Pittsburgh over 'hiladelphia. Richie Hebrier also had three hits for the Pir- ates. Bob Moose went the first five nnings, drove in r run with a single and earned the victory Vludcat Grant, making his first ippearance for Pittsburgh vorked until the ninth and ther )ave Giusti, Joe Gibbon ant 'ohn Lamb weaved their way nit of a Phillie rally to preserve be victory. Gibson made it easy for the Cards, cruising to his 22nd vic- ory and llth in his last 12 deci- ions on a six-hitter. Ted Simmons cracked a ourth inning home run touching ff a three-run Cardinal rally mt put Gibson in control. Joe tagged a two-run homer n the ninth, wrapping it up. Kon Santo's 26th homer ac- ounted for Chicago's only run ff Gibson. IETS EXPO COUSINS The Expos beat the Mets for ie 10th time this season and uoved into fifth place in the ast Division on Steve Renko's ve-hitter. Two of the hits were omers by Art Shamsky, ac- ounting for both Met runs. Tom Seaver absorbed the iss, seventh in his last nine ecisions with RBI singles by Staehle and Jim Gosger ;ying a three-run third inning for the Expos. Donn Clenden- on's two-base throwing error put Montreal in business and Seaver wild pitched another run home. The Mets were off today while the Cubs played the Cardinals and the Pirates met the Phil- lies. The Reds get a chance to wrap the West all up tonight without even stepping on the field. Cincinnati has the day off but if the Dodgers lose to Hous- ton, it'll be all over. Bert Blyleven is on strike, RoUie Fingers is off relief and Clyde Wright is carrying the usual work load. The trio pitched in and au- thored some fine performances in the American League Wednesday night: struck out the first six batters to tie a major league record, but his Minnesota Twins lost to California Angels 5-1 any- way. usually a reliever, made a rare start and stopped Milwaukee Brewers 4-1 for Aak- land Athletics. pitched a three-hit- ter in that California victory and became the second in Angel history to win 20 games in a season. Baltimore Orioles clinched a tie for the American League east pennant despite losing to Washington Senators 2-0 when Boston Red Sox beat second- place New York Yankees 3.1. Detroit Tigers thumped Cleve- land Indians G-3 in the night's oilier contest. The Chicago-Kan- sas City twi-night doubleheader was rained out. Blyeven, a rookie, got Sandy Aloma, Jim F r e g o s i, Alex Johnson and Ken McMullen swinging and whizzed third striketi past Tony Gonzalez and Jay Johnstone to tie the mark held by two other pitchers. De- troit's John Hiller did it Aug. 6, 1968 and Boston's Ray Gulp equalled it on May 11 of this season. Wright, a one-game winner last year, equalled Dean Chance's 20-game season in 19C4 with Wednesday night's spark- ler. He allowed only singles to Rick Renicfc and Cesar Tovar and a double to George Milter, wald. Ti-Cats Thrash Stampeders Joe Zuger Held The Hot Hand HAMILTON (CP) Joi Zuger utilized short passes am a running game that has been suspect in recent weeks, to sup port a superb defensive efi'or Tuesday night as Hamilton Ti- ger-Cats shocked Calgary Stam peders 39-18 hi a Canadian Foot- ball League interlocking game. The victory, before fans, bolted the Ticats into a three-way tie for first place in the Eastern Football Conference with Toronto Argonauts am Montreal Alouettes, each with eight points. Calgary remained lied in sec ond place in the Western Con ference with British Columbi; Lions, each with 10 points and four behind Hie conference-lead ing Saskatchewan Rough Hi ders. Zuger completed 12 of 17 passes during the game despite jperating with an injured thumfc on his throwing hand, jammed m the Ticats outing last Sunday, a 38-23 loss to the Als. Head coach Joe Restic said ;his had been the Ticats' plan .hroughout, although Zuger completed only two in the entire first half. "They go deeper than any other said Restic. "You can't throw past them. So our plan was to throw just back of the linebackers." It proved effective, loosening up the Cal- Jary defensive secondary and Hamilton's running lacks to move more freely than hey have in recent games. Defensive end Allan Ray AI- dridge, playing only his second ;ame with Hamilton, stole the lall from Calgary fullback Hugh McKimiis on the Western- rs' first series of plays after the opening Kckoff. Playing for control of the ball, ;uger moved the Ticats along he ground with the exception of ne 20-yard pass to Dave Flem- ng. Ed Buchanan scored on a ower run over the left side of le Calgary line. Angelo Mosca was responsible for the second Tiger-Cat score at of the first quarter when Calgary quarterback Jerry Keeling and McKinnis muffed a pitchout inside the Stampcder five-yard line. Mosco dived for the ball, batted it away from converging Calgari- ans, and defensive end Paul Schmidlin scooped it up for the score. Fullback Norm Weslowski, Fleming and Aldridge, the lat- ter on a 27-yard return of an interception late in the game, scored the other Hamilton touchdowns. Tommy Joe Coffey increased liis league-leading point total to 61 as he collected eight points, converting all five Hamilton touchdowns and adding a 37- yard field goal. Herm Harrison and Dave Cranmer, on passes from Keel- Sugar Kings Ink Foursome Lethbridge Sugar King coac Jchn Chapman announced th signing of four more playei for tile coming year, two vetei ans and two rookies. The Kings, who will play i the six team Alberta Junio Hockey League, have now sign ed six players to 1970-71 con tracts. Inking with the club tcda were forwards George McCre and Len Chalmers, both o whom played last year, and di fencemen Daye Krook and Jo Mutch, a pah- of newcomers. Chalmers is in his third yea with the club and enjoyed fine outing last year picking u 15 assists rookie yea 27 goals and McCrea, in his tallied 15 goals and a like num her of. assists and _is bein counted on Heavily for a goo share of the scoring punch this eason. Kings sought to strengthei :heir blueline corps after las year and coach Chapman and nanager Syd Hall feel they lave done so in acquiring th services of Mutch and Krook Krook stands 5'10" and at 175 pounds is a solid hitter. He We extend hearty CONGRATULATIONS TO Gentlemen III MEN'S WEAR ON THE GRAND OPENING OF THEIR FINE NEW STORE FROM THE MAKERS OF- SLACKS TORONTO ONTARIO LETHBRIDGE RACE MEET NOW! TWO BARBERS TO SERVE YOU AT STYLE RITE BARBER SHOP On 9th Avenue South The Two Hospitals OUS HEGLAND AND DARYL McKAGUE September 18th through 28th LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK P.M. EACH DAY Pari-Mutuel Betting played his minor hockey in Cold Lake. Mutch, on the otter hand, comes from the Notre Dame Hounds of Wilcox, Saskatch- ewan. He played under the di- rection of Mgsr. Athol Murray. Kings earlier signed re- turned Archie McLennan and Larry McDonald. ing, scored the Calgary touch- downs. Larry Robinson, whose convert of Harrison's touchdown gave him 700 career points, added another convert, field goal and single to complete the Stampeder scoring. Roundup HAMILTON 39 CALGARY 18 First downs Yards rushing Yards passing Net offence....... Passes Interceplions yds. 65 HAM 14 155 lit. 1.M 325 288 19-42 12-17 0 A y-33 10-18 3-3 M 0-0 10-70 Eastern Conference W L T F A pt. Montreal A 2.. 0 121 115 8 Toronto 4 3'- 0 173 161 H Hamilton.....4 3 0 1J8 Idl 8 Ottawa..... 2 5 0 154 170 4 Montreal at Toronto Western Conference Sask......... B.C.......... Calgary....... Edmonton Winnipeg WFC LEADERS Gerela, B.C. Abendscnan, S Harrison, C Cutler, E Robinson, C Evenson B.C. McKInnie, S L T F A Pt. .7 2 0 205 125 14 5 3 0 185 162 10 5 A 0 187 141 10 3 f, n 122 }6A 1 7 0 107 222 2 TD C FG 5 P 0 17 16 10 75 0 24 12 2 fit) .90005-1 0 11 10 9 50 0 17 7 5 43 7 0 0 0 42 S 0 0 0 30 ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W ittsburgh 79 Chicago ij New York 78 t. Louis..... 71 tontreal..... i6 'hiladelpfila 66 pa. GBL .537 .524 2 .523 2 .477 9 M6 13V .443 U incinnatl 94 57 .os Angeles 80 68 .541 12 an Francisco 79 70 .530 Id itlaota...... 73 78 ,483 21 loustan 71 77 ASO 21 Vt an Diego 59 91 .393 34Vi ODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh Veals 8-15 or Ellis 72-9 Philadelphia Short 8-15 N St. Louis Reuss 5-8 at Chicago Jcn- rns 19-15 Houston Bllltngham 12-7 at Los An- eles Foster 9-12 N San Francisco Robertson 6-9 at San rego Dobson 12-14 N Only games scheduled. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS art Diego 020 002 4 11 B os Angeles 000 MO 172 Roberts (7-3) and Cannrzzaro; Moel- r (7-8) Lamb (6) Strahler (8) and ydakls. HR: 5D-Gaston "ncirmati 000 630 OOCM- 3 6 0 ousfon WO 100 2 7 l Nolan (17-7) Carroll (9) and Bench; asingame Culver (9) and Ed- ards. HR: (26) ew York onfrea! Seaver 000 mo loo- 2 813 001 4 McGraw (8) 5 2 7 0 and rote; Renko (12-10) and Baleman. Rs: (2) ittsburgh 211 010 5 13 l Wladelphia 100 023 3 p l Moose (11-9) Grant (6) Giusti (9) ibbon (9) Lamb (9) and Sanguillen; unnlng (10-1-1) Fryman (6) and Mc- Hanta ooo 331 IB 3 n Francisco 041 7 11 l Nash, Wilhelm (S) Niekro 02-18) (6) d Didier; Marichal, Johnson (5-4) Davidson IS) Carrilhers (8) Cum- rland (8) and Stephenson. HRs: (15) Bonds LOUIS .020 3Q1 13 0 icago 000 110 000-1 6 J iibson (32-6) and Simmons; Pappas 2-8) Miller (4) Gura (6) Dunegan (9) d Hundley. HRs: (3) orra AMERICAN LEAGUE Baltimore New York Detroit Boston Cleveland Washington Minnesota Oakland Califorr 79 69 Kansas City 58 88 Milwaukee 54 92 Chicago......53 93 .55? .514 .510 .483 .469 .593 .547 .534 .397 .378 .363 TODAY'S GAMES Kansas City Bunker 1-10 at Milwau- kee Downing 4-12 N California Murphy 14-12 at Minns- sofa Perry 22-11 Detroit Niekro 12-12 at Cleveland McDowell 19-10 N Baltimore Cuellsr 73-7 at Washing- Ion Boseman 15-10 N Boston Peters 14-11 at New York Kekich 6-3 or WaslewskI 2-2 Only games scheduled. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS California 103 5 9 fl Minnesota 000 001 Wright (20-11) and Epan, Brown BIyleyen (9-8) Kaat (7) and Mitter- ild. HR: 300 001 4 10 01 ino 8 Oakland Milwaukee Fingers (7-9) and Duncan; KraussQ (13-7) Gelnar (8) and Roof. HRs: Oak -Wncher (27) Fingers Detroit .000 8 4 Cleveland Ml 000 7 l Lollcfi (13-17) Timmerman (9) and Price; Paul (2-6) Hennlqan (A berf (4) Mlngori (4) Lasher {51 wage (7) Chance (9) and Sims. HRs: Del Kaline (16) laltimore OH MO 048 Washington Oil ooo 2 7 I Palmer (19-10) Watt (8) and Etche- barren; Gogolewski (2-0) Knowles (B) Col- (5) Ritt- Siebert, Moret (1-0) (6) and Mont- gomery; Peterson (17-11) WaslewskI 9) and Munson. KELLY SPRINGFIELD "TIRES FAMOUS FOR QUALITY" FOUR FULL PLY NYLON "PRESTIGE" 19 95 7.75 x 14 Whiliwall Other sizes comparably low priced! INSTALLED FREE! EASY CREDIT TERMS ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES SERVICE 403 Ut Avl. South Phbnt 32fc886 or 317-444S ;