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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fi THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Monday, S.ptemb.r 18, Trevino almost lost his lead ST. LOUIS (AP) Lee Tre- vino lost his putting touch but not his load in hanging on lo win top money In the Greater St. Louis Golf Classic Sunday. The confident Texan, fulfill- ing a week-long promise, over- came Deane Neman's one- Race results CALGARY (CP) Victoria Park race results salurrioy: FIRST 3 year olds, 7 Fur- longs. Blue Pinc-s (Nprris) 7.10 4.10 3.70, He's A Cookie dr.daj 6-20 Frart- esi [Darrobyl 9.JQ. Time: 3-5. Palatiaf, Sletller Auction, Gallant Apollo, Return To Dance, Vernon Town also ran. SECOND claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- The Seeker (Barroby) 3.70 3.40 3.40, Western Fair (Phelan) 4.00 3.00, Eest- ern Jade (Hamill) 4-50. Time: 2-5. Roly Glen, Doolins Imagcr Who's Laughing, Shlrleys Scope, Forblunged also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: 510, THIRD craimljig, 4 year and up, T furfongs. Blessed Hour (Havres) 7.00 3.70 3-90, Cupids Darr 10.70 8.70, Cheat The Butt (Shields) 10.00. Time: 45. Fire Opal, Anita D. O Gemini, Barv difs Jewell also ran. QLJINELLA: FOURTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Campus Rebel (Combs) 18-20 7.CO a.9k Summer Stan (Inda) 3.90 3.30, Haydens Symphony (Hedge) Time: 3-5. Dividend, Honor and GlcrVi Hew Response, Magic Spree, For Rex also ran. FIFTH claiming, A year ddi and up T furlongs- Fief Flitter (Ncrris) 7.80 S.B Sister city (Kipling) 4.iO 3.20, Pequin Princess (HRdse) 2.BO. Time: 3-5. Dewey Boy, Maggie Se7, Slngdown Coal Dust, Mr. Marsh also ran. EXACTOR: B1.10. Track Scratch: Nesh Boy, Crows SIXTH claiming, 4 year elds and up li; mites. Heir Of Hope (Hedge) 9.20 3.70 7.60 A'lro Prince [Inda) 2-80 Chaired Ffag (Rycroft) 2.20, ning Skip (Stadtiyk) 3.50. Time: 45. Tiger Chinook, LcWai Hope, Tradei John, Koic. also ran. X-Dead Heat. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up T furlongs. Mighty (Rycrofl) A.M 3.20 2.70 King Pitt (Giesbrecht) 3.50 3.W, Make It Magic (Haynes) 3.00. Time: Rexequus, Balcony Girl also ran, Track Scratch: Irish Mihslrif, Cold n Compass. EIGHTH SfarnpedB Futuril Stakes, 7 furlongs. Trochu Joa (Hedge) 5.20 2.80 2.69 Star (Morris) 2.70 3.30, Champagne Butch (stadnyk) 2.70 3.30 Time: 2-5. Cyfernlly, Easy To Love, Flyli _ Gourmet, Merging Fire, Grandln Park r, all on O Love, Magic Lodge also ran River Entry. NINTH claiming, A year olds and up miles. Uncle Smoothie (Phelan) H.40 7.eo .1.30, Swllt Flutter (Haynes) 7.M 5.W Bum Money (Barroby) 3.20. Time: 1-5. Day Will Come, Shy Pirale, Ga' Stllch, Celtic Plot, Rapid Kailk all OUINELLA: Ramos remains satisfactory LOS ANGELES (Reuter) Lightweight boxer Mando. Ramos, who suffered a con cussion when Mexican Chang Carmooa took away his work title Friday night, was reporter today in satisfactory conditioi in hospital. An ambulance took Ramos to hospital after he was stopped ii the eighth round. After Cannon a's savage on slaught, Ramos complained c severe headaches, dizziness ani an inability to co-ordinate hi legs. :roke edge early on [he final holes and prevailed with a 60, matching the year's best >2-hoIe total. Trevino at the finish was a troke ahead of Bern an with a ar 70 compared to the former Sritish and U.S. Amateur liampion's 72 for 270. The victory, however, would lave been a comfortable one .ud not the 32-year-old Trevino altered in. sweltering heat and Dogeyed three holes on tiie jack nine of the 6.550-yard Nor- wood Hills Country Club :ourse. KERN 12 SHOTS BACK Ben Kern of Toronto had a inal-round 72 for a 281 total and prize money of 5910. George Knudson, also of To- ronto, shot a 71 in the fourth round for 282 and in prize money, while Will Homenuik of Winnipeg had a final round score of 72 for 283 and ?266. Gary Bowennan of Toronto iad a final-round 75 for a 292 .otal that netted Mm The usually pressure-proof Trevino lost his edge beginning it the llth, where a four iron vent past the green and re- sulted in a bogey. He missed an almost certain jirdie by two-putting from hree feet at 14, then missed .he 15th green and two-putted 'rom eight feet for another bo- gey. Trevino, having trouble read- rig the greens, was In appavenl "cod shape on the 414-yard 16th nit missed a par putt of a little over a foot and his advantage lad shrunk to one stroke. Bern an issued one final chal- lenge with an iron shot 15 feel from the pin at the 18th but came up short in his try for a tying birdie. Trevino's fourth tourney vie tory of the year, his 15th in a spectacular career, swelled his earnings to for 1972 and to for sixth place on the PGA career money-win ring list. Beman, who had sought his first 1972 triumph, picked up Bob Goalby and Don Bies tied for third at and earned each. Cashman suffers injury Team Canada roughness doesn't impress Swedes HADFIELD SCORES! Sweden's National Team goalie Curt Larsson (22) glances backward at goal scored by Canada's NHL pros learn member Vic Hadfield (11) Sun- day. Watching helplessly are Sweden's Bjoe rn Johnsson and Boerje Salming (CP Wirephoto) Emerson loses in final Cash belongs to Aslie MONTREAL (CP) One thing about cash, it sure sounds nice next to Ashe. Arthur Ashe, winner over Roy Emerson in four sets at the Hothmans International Tennis Tournament here Sun- day, made the comparison after collecting his first- place money. "I sure like the he said. "It goes well next to my name." A week ago, be wasn't as happy, although lie made That time, Ashe lost the singles final at the U.S. Open to Romania's Hie Nas- tase. Nastase pocketed But all that was forgotten Sunday as Ashe clipped Emer- son G-4, 3-6, 6-2, 7-5; snapping a Kryzka denies reports STOCKHOLM (CP) Joe Kryzka, president of the Cana- dian Amateur Hockey Associ- ation, said Sunday that under no circumstances will the World Hockey Association be able to arrange a tournament with the national teams of Czechoslova- kia or Sweden. Commenting on reports that such arrangements were being negotiated, Kryzka said: "There will be no series be- tween the WHA and the Czechs or the Swedes. I have the as- surances on a federation-to-fed- eration basis that the Swedes and the Czechs will not dea with the WHA." The CAHA, ruling body in Canada for amateur hockey, is Canadian representative to the International Ice Hockey Fed- eration, the world ruling body, to which Sweden and Czech- oslovakia belong. Kryzka, a Calgary lawyer, said that even if an agreement could be arranged, Canada, through the IIHF, would be able to veto it. "I am also assured by the Amateur Hockey Association of the United Slates that such tournaments would not be sanc- Kryzfca said. STAMPEDE WRESTLING TONIGHT! 8.30 P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM 12 MAN BATTLE ROYALE PLUS 4 BIG BOUTS SI. 50 Raymond on top with Coaldale Raymond Comets and Coal- dale Spartans picked up victor- ies and moved into a first place tie in the eastern division of the Foothills Football League the weekend. Raymond bounced the defend- ing champion Picture Butte Elks 16-6 behind Tim Court's two touchdowns while Coaldale whipped the Claresholm Cobras 26-6. Gerhard Schmold notched two touchdowns while Ray Lis- ter and Jolui Funk a touchdown apiece .in the win. Brian .King also chipped in with a safety touch for the Spartans while Stu Durochie racked up the Cobra's six points. In another division contest, the Cardston Cougars edged the Ridge Riders 8-6 in Milk Biver. Tim Gibb scored the lone marker for Cardston while Scott Russell replied for the Ridge Riders. Meanwhile in western divi- sion play, the High River Mus- tangs defeated SI. IvTary's War- riors 29-12 and Vulcan trounced Nanton 37-6. High River received single touchdowns from Lloyd Charl- ton, Dale McKillop, Ray Chaffe and Bill Henry while Jordan Wells, and Godfrey Red Crow scored for the Warriors. Bob Fraser also added two singles and a field goal for the winners. In Nanton, Tom Ellis picked up a touchdown, three converts and a field goal to lead Vulcan to an easy victory. Warren Lebsack, Ken Ham- mer, Merle Diemert and Brent Smith registered a touchdown apiece for Vulcan while Boyd Hunter prevented the shutout tallying the lone Nanton score. League action will resume Wednesday night with five games. Coaldaie faces the Ridge Rid- ers in Milk River, Cards ton visits Raymond, Claresholm hosts St. Mary's, Nanton tra- vels to Picture Butte and High River entertains Vulcan. furious comeback bid by the Australian in the fourth set. Emerson received as runner up. In doubles, Tom Okker of the Motherlands and Chicago's Vlarty Hiessen defeated Aus- :ralia's Ken Rosewall ajid Bob Maud of South Africa, 6-1, 4-6, 7-6 to take the top prize. The losers split EXCITED FANS The singles linal produced most of the action which had he spectators on the edge of their seats as Emerson just fell short of an amazing come- back. Trailing 2-1 in sets and 5-8 in the fourth set, the gritty Aus- tralian veteran broke his oppo- nent's service in the seventh and ninth games ajicl eventually pulled even at 5-5. What had been a vocally pro- Ashe crowd sensed a dramatic comeback and began pulling for the 35-year-old Emerson. "He made a lot of ex- ceptionally good shots and I be- gan dropping my serve into the net during that Ashe said after the match. Asked if the crowd's reaction to Emerson's revival bothered him Ashe replied: "No, I like noisy crowds and I really don't pay attention to who they were cheering for." Emerson said he got a lifl from the fans. Campbell named LAA president The Lclhbridge Athletic As- sociation recently held their annual meeting and elected their hoard of directors for the 1972-73 term. Art Campbell will reign as president for the one-year-old organization while Richard Blasco will back him up with the vice-president duties. Hans DeGroot and Ken Mori- yama will handle the secretary and treasurer's duties respect- ively. Elected to serve one year posts on the board include Bob Simmons, Keith Dys and Bob Babki. Meanwhile the LAA have come up with some new ideas in their sports program this season. In hockey, the LAA have join- ed forces with the Lethbridge Minor Hockey Association to handle the city's minor hockey program, but '.vill operate the Junior "B" Y's Men Native Sons on aji independent note. The Native Sons will toil in the Central Alberta Junior "B League along with two other southern Alberta clubs, Taber and Brooks this season. The LAA have also started plans to enter a team in the Alberta Junior League next year. Football Rustlers earn wn RED DEER CCP) A goal by veteran Terry Wittchen with a little more than one minute remaining gave Red Deer Rust- lers a 3-2 win over Calgary Can- ucks in aji Alberta Junior Hock- ey League exhibition game Sun- day before 755 fans. Rookie defenceman Hod Tor- doff and Dale Buigham scorer the other goals lor the defend- ing western Canada champions. Blaine McLeod and Greg Smith replied for Calgary, who trailed 1-0 and 2-1 by pcriocs but tied! it on Smith's goal a of the third period. Red Deer oulshot the Can- ucks 38-25 and !he clubs split 20 penalties with the Rustlers tak- ing three of five fighting majors. In two other games involving Alberta league CIL..JS i- bridge Sugar Kings and Crows- nest Pass Red Devils chalked up impressive wins over Bel- lingbam, Wash. Blazers. Saturday night the Kings dumped the Blazers 7-2 while Sunday the Red Devils, th newest entry in the league, belted the Blazers 8-2. STOCKHOLM (CP) Team Canada did little to solve Swed- ish edginess about Canadian hockey in two somewhat style- less exliibition games ckiring the weekend. The Canadians downed the Swedish nationals, Three Crowns, 4-1 Saturday in a lack- lustre effort and Sunday needed Phil Esposito's goal in the final minute to salvage a 4-4 tie in a game that bordered on may- hem. The second game was remi- niscent to the fans of former Canadian amateur teams that represented the country in in- ternational They had come to see a game of fi- nesse as only the National Hockey League stars were pur- ported to produce. Instead, it was open retali- ation on Swedish players as the Canadians reacted to subtle barbs and infractions from the homeside, along with inconsist- ent international officiating they had been warned against. Vic Hadfield, Don Awrey and }ick Martin were the other Ca- laciian marksmen Sunday. Lars-Goeran NiUson, Tord Aindstroem, Hans Hansson and nge Hammarstroem replied or the Swedes who carried a well-earned 4-3 lead into the fi- nal minute. CASH'S TONGUE SPLIT But the score was incidental o the other elements of the ex- hibition that seemed to escalate after Canada's Wayne Cashman ilmost had liis tongue severed n the first period by TJlf Ster- ner's stick blade. "I don't think there was any- :hing intentional about said jary Aldcorn of Hockey Can- ada who saw the incident from -he press -box. "He (Sterner) was surprised when he saw Cashman coming in and when he turned he gol said Aldcorn, a member of the Canadian National team that played here before it dis- banded, in 1970. Cashman's injury, though serious enough to keep him out of the game, didn't keep him out of the Swede's hair. At the end of the second period he en- gaged in verbal byplay with Swedish coach Kjell Svensson and assistant coach Bjorn No- rell and shoved at a young po lice constable. Canadian coach Harry Sinden was forceci to intervene when the policeman, Kenneth Karls- son, started to raise liis night- stick. The constable considered the case closed, so far as the incident was concerned. Later the two Swedisl coaches disclosed that an ex change of snide remarks led to the confrontation. The Cana rh'ans alleged the Swedish hockey players were girls, the Swedas retaliated by calling the Canadians chicken. Then, in the third period, Ca nadian Vic Hadfield drew a major for breaking Lars-Eri] Sjoberg's nose with his stick as the two clashed in front o Swedish goalie Curt Larsson Dale Tallon and Sterner almos created an international cident with their slick-swinging exhibition. COSTLY PENALTY And for the second night, a Canadian retaliation resulted in consecutive two-minute minors and a misconduct. Bill Golds worthy was the victim Sunday getting two minutes each fo cross-checking and spearing the lafler carrying an auto malic 10 minute sentence, tha left Team Canada shoit-handet for four minutes. Saturday night, under some what similar circumstances Phil Esposito got two minute for cross-checking, two minute for charging and 10 minutes fo "yelling at the referee." "A haywire said Sin den, obviously upset by the offi ciating of West Germany' Franz Baader and Josef Kam pall a. A protest was out of the ques nfll tyj UFFLER -PRESENTS- MUFFLED EHUGRLES INUT INUT INUT I BENPINfi 15 AL50 CANADA 4 SWEDEN 1 Firit Period 1. Canada, ficnfl son Los Angeles Rau (1-1) at Sun Dfego vrlin (830) UN DAY'S RESULTS ,1o nl re JI 000 020 000-1 I 1 'hiladelphla ooo QOl 3 13 o McNaliy, Marshall (6) {14-6) and Boc- cabella; Reynolds, Brandon and Diego 031 OW I 12 J ClncinnaM !9> end Bench. HRs: SD-Colberl (39) Lee (41. 'illiburgh, 010 002 4 1 0 t. Louis IK 020 S 9 1 (11-6) Sadccki (3) Mc- Graw (8) and Dyer; Hands Ml Bl Reus- (7) Aker and Hundley. COLLEGE FOOTBALL EAST Delaware 28 Lehigh 22 Delaware St. 11 C. W. Post 7 Fordham 34 Manhattan IS Holy Cross 24 Rulgcrs U ne 25 Boslon Univ 7 Navy 13 Wm and Alary 9 St. Lawrence 16 SI. 0 Ttflane 10 Bos College 0 UCLA 38 PiltsbLjrgh 28 V. Virginia 3B Richmond 7 SOUTH Akorn A and M 9 Grambling Col Cilade! 25 Appafachlan St. 2t Florida Slate 37 Miami, Fla U Georgia 24 Baylor 14 Georgian Tech 34 5. Carolina 6 Kenlucky 25 Villanova 7 Louisiana St. 31 Pac. Unlv 13 Louisiana Tech 33 5. Mississippi 14 isville 3-f Kent Slate D Mississippi 34 Memphis St. 29 W. Carolina Sf. 43 Syracuse 20 MIDWEST Bowling Green 17 Purdue 14 Drake 40 Wsst Texas St. 12 ndiana 27 Minnesota 23 ntffana Sr. 17 E. Illinois 14 Miami, Ohio 3J Dayton 7 Michigan 7 Northwestern 0 Michigan Sr. Illinois 0 St. U Minn Dulum 6 Nebraska 37 Texas A and M 7 Ohio Stele 21 Iowa 0 Oklahoma 49 Utah 51. 0 Oklahoma St. 21 Tex. Arl. 3 OJfawa U Kans. 40 SW Kansas 21 npa 34 NoMh Michigan 21 Temple 16 Xavier 12 Toledo U East Michigan 0 Tulsa 10 Wichita SI. 9 SOUTHWEST S. Melhdlst 56 Wake Fores! 10 SW Texas Stale 17 Tex Lutheran 12 Texas Tech 4S Urah 2 FAR WEST Air Force 45 Wyoming U Brigham Young 32 Kansas SF. U. 9 Calif. 34 Washington SI. ?3 Colorado 54 Cincinnati 14 Fresno St. 21 W. Michigan 14 Hawaii U 38 Portland St. 13 Itfatio 17 Ohio 14 Iowa Sf. 41 Colo St. Univ 0 Montana St. ?7 N. Dakola St. 24 New Mexico 55 New Mexico SJ. 20 North Dakota 42 Montana 14 Oregon 34 Arizona 7 Southern Cal il Oregon St. 6 Slaniord 44 San Jose St. 0 14 Duke A _ York 000 COO 031 4 T Chicago ..020000 f 1 McAndrew (11-6) Sadechi (3) raw (8) and Dyer; Hnndi (11-3) Reus- hel (7) Aker BosJan McGlolhen (7-5} SUNDAY'S RESULTS limore Ofll 000 lib New York DM 200 3 10 Q McNally f 13-16) Harrison Jack- son (8> and Elchebarren, Dales Pclerson (16-14) Lyle (7} and Munson. HRs: Texai .....ICO WO 130 Oahland (03 201 470 Gcxfclewikl rj-lo Panther (3) and Tahsy; Hunler (20-7) and Tenace. Cleveland 071 202 9 14 1 Boilcn.....100 MO 7 0 Perry (21-16) and Fosse; Curtis C1D-7) Slebert (4) Garman and Fisk. HRs: Bell Detroit 210300 8 0 Milwaukee 000 flOO 260 Coleman (17-13) and Sims; Colbarn (7-7) Slepfienson f4> Taylor (6) Llniy 9} and Rodriguez. HRs: Aulifle (2> (7J. Kansas Cily JM 001 DM 13 1 Minnesota OOO 000 330 4 Splltlorff, Dal Canlon (3) Hecttvnd (8) Abernalhy (9) Anqellnl {2-1) (9) Fitrmorris (1) and taylorj Perfy, Goltz (1) LaRoerie (6) Granger (7) Norton [9) Gebbard '.0-1) (10} Corbln (10) and Mlllerwafd. HRs: MIn Nettles Chicago 000 000 000- I 4 1 California 001 370 Wood [24-UJ and Herrmann; Mn- sersmith (7-9) and Torborg SATURDAY'S RESULTS Boston 10 Cleveland 0 Minnesota 11 Kansas City 1 Dalttmore 7 New York 3 Delrolt Milwaukee I Oakland 4 Texas 0 Chicago 2 California 0 CANADIAN FOOTBALL EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A PTS Oltawa 520 154 117 10 Hamihon 5 3 0 131 159 10 Montreal 3 X 0 141 182 Toronto 160 115 126 2 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A PTS Winnipeg 670 742 134 12 Edmonton 620 210 187 12 Sask......." 6 3 0 185 133 12 Calgary 260 189 4 B.C........ 1 7 0 1QS 22fi Available in 6 in. 38 ft. length 8 in. rJia., 56, B3, and 70 ft. Icnglht JOLLAR FOR DOLLAR, MAYRATH MOVE IT FASTER AHD COMPiETE PARTS STOCK DISTRIBUTED BY ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPUTE TIRE SALES SERVICE !v 40J Wiotw 317-4443 LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;