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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta .'l W72 8 THE IfcTHUKIUGE HERALD Gibson fourth in strikeouts ttv T11F .ASSOCIATKD 1'RESS UewniX' winning is the name of the panic, says lefl-lKirxler o CarHon, who fired a Ihm'-ltiUer al his for- mer St. e ,i m -in n I e s iiKlr., a del pli i ;i PUT 15.v1 ;uv Carl ton "Thai's my bc'alint; .-liiug Phil-1 "Sure, it's nice lo come back lo a l-O I ami bent the learn tluit traded you nncl beat a pitcher like Gibhy. Bui it's just ;is nico bent- 'im: nny tc.iin." in the Naliomil not j I.enime, I'illsburph Pirates ral- v to-im. 1 lied to beat Cubs 5-'2, by Orioles San Diego P.idrcs edged San Francisco Giants 4-3, Los Ange- les Dodgers trimmed AtlauUi ISi'nvcs 4-0 ami Houston Aslvos tlmvncd Cincinnati Reds V-5. New York Mots rained out in Montreal C'arlton. a 2fi-game winner [or l.onis last scnson, n.is traded to the. Phillies late in February in exchange, for 17- qainc winner Kick 'Die bontlipiuv had been holding out for more mnney and (inssic Busch. the Cards' owner, was renoilcil to have ordered gen- eral manager Bing Dcvinc lo deal him away. Martin goes f By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i out pitcher s Doswoll, [mad about explained Lll'ai miu 1 mixed it UP in on tlie whose playing ar.d man- lhc RoL their only nui Billy Martin has slopped a-inc days have "been stmW i c'llbson m Uic sixUi inning on uith Ins playtrs. He's M in .-no halites "but this guy was ra 'nple by Willie and uow fighting tticb the fajis. came nfter -.0 Timers j blocking inv way to the' team j Johnson's single. Despite Tlie quick-listed Detroii Tiger had been decked bv "xiltimorc bus. Ho was swearing and I told the defeat, the 30-year-old St. whn made headlines Orioles, 3-: j him lo away. I pushed him. (Lonis ace batters three seasons aco by knocking; "I wasn't mad losinp or He called me a name, dove at 'ind climbed pnst Bob Feller me and knockwl mo against the iUS v [phicc on Die aJl-time slriitcoul With scvcr.il Dclroit players; ust- CAPRI BOWL JUNIORS SHOP Rat Hat Plr.-o 275 Dr-i ic- 273 (roil, BslW >M Nira 155 Hrycyk 27i [Tilt, Leeds United suffers loss LONDON (CP) Favored Lteds United 1-0 to Newcas- tle United Wednesday night to dent its chances of vanning the Englifh Fim Division soccer championship. The position at the top of the table is Derby vdth 5G points; Manchester City 55, Liverpool and Leeds 53. Leeds had two games in hand over Iterby County before Wed- nesday night and with 10 days to the end of the season vvas poised to take the title. But its defeat caused a leading book- maker to lengthen the odds lo 11-4 and install Derby as 6-5 fa vorite. The downfall came through a headed goal nine minutes from lime by Malcolm MacDonald. picked for the England squad for the European championship match against West Germany on Saturday. 1 and n prnup newsmen watch- ir.L'. ihe antagonists thudded lo ;lhe liard ground with Martin's fisis swirling. Tlie back-alley brav.l fasted about a minute be- fore members of Iho Detroit croup pried the two apart. UK U.U'KS DETROIT? The fan identified himself ns Jack Seai'd. and said he been a nxl-hot Detroit rooter from Ponliac, Mich., who has been living in Baltimore for 15 years. i I said was, "You guys :J i but tor win tomorrow I said Scars. ''He nil me first and "L J-' I I'vabbed his legs when :K L" s clown because I'm not a filler." Martin and tbe Tigers weren't NIC only ones in action Wednes- day night, Six oilier American League games were played as Chicago So.x beat Texas Rangers 2-1; New York Yan- j trimmed M.ilwaukee Brew- crs Z-1: ClcvGiar.d Indinns boat PRE-BUILT SOCIAL SIMPEOW 5EAR3 Card HLrMot V.-'S Hi, Alice P-r-j-.-n ?3 v 'ieV 254 V, r'ir--- Kcaselti 2'j] Jr.c-- U- sill A-.-KV SENIOR CITIZENS Ruby i'.l C t'L'HS UKATKX The Pirates beat (lie Cubs willi four runs in tlio oigirth in- ling. highlighted by Bob Kob- homer, which ollowcd Roberto Clcincnlc's eadoff single. addctl more iri.s" the was over i by Manny Sangnillen, Oliver and Kenuic Stennell, vith scoring..is vStoni vas thrown out attempting to slcal second. John Joker's two-run homer in lie bottom of the ninth off Juan Marichal turned things arounc 'or San Diego. The Padres OEing 3-2 before reaching the San Francisco ace, Tlie game-winning shot fol- owcd a single by Dc-irel Thomas and wiped out enrlicr heroics by the Giants' Ken Hen- derson. The teams v.rre tied 1_ei Mii-.cr Her.ry Harry Crazmn 225. a AND E Bob Dtirhu'h Ir3 (43-11, tiias Sav.p- iltd Ie-3 Ger-y Oil flncerion ?7) Wis1 Zil (6EJJJJ Eidlh V'.tn 271. HIGA'S BarB Scatlflrgoc-d 173 2ii Kerl l; Minnesota EXCLUSIVE ON CABLE T.V. MONDAY, MAY 1st at 8.30 p.m. CHANNEL 1 MOHAMMED AL1-CHUVALO FIGHT LIVE FROM VANCOUVER Excluiiva closed circuit coverage for cable TV viewers PHONE 328-1222 NOW DAY OR NIGHT For your cable TV hook-up arrangements OFFICE FURNITURE TV. in5 crushed California Angels 32-3 and Oakland Athletics took a pair Irom Kansas City Royals, and 3-1. _....... __ e______ __ Before the (ireworks outside BOD ccsfanio j-nn Lacty Baltimore's Memorial Stadium, r.-k- Oriolcs for three runs in the eighth inning to do- feat the Tipera, Doog Powell's opposite-field double lo left knocked in Lhc tic-breaking run and Paul Glair added two insur- ance runs v.ilh a single IhaL chafed Detroit ncn Mickey Lol- ich Held lo four hits through Iho fir.sL blx innings, Baltimore tied ihe score 2-2 in the seventh on consecutive doubles by Dave Jolinson and Andy Elchebarrpn. An error by second baseman Lenny Handle in the ninth in- r.ii'i: enablcrl Carlos May to scnrr tlie run as Chi- heat Texas. Jt. gave S'an Bjiin.sen his first victory with the White Sox. PKHKY'S A WINNKIl Gay lord J'crry gained bis first American I.eaRue victory when he- pitched Cleveland over Bos- ton. The 33-year-old Perry, who played 10 years in the Nationa with Kan Francisco Ciian'us iK-'fore movinR to (he In dians in a winter trade, chtckcd the hard-hilling Ited Sox on five hits, until relieved by Steve Mingori with one out in the ninth. Ilookic Bobby Danvin drove in five runs v, ilh a homer, dou blc and single as Minnesota bombed California. Darwin turned a close into a rou1 when he drilled a three-run stio in Jhc seventh inning. Ken Iloltv.man, formerly of ChicaRo Cubs, his initial American league game v.ith a five hitter as Oakland downed KLnscis Cily in the opener of liiL'ir twi-night, riouhlcheadcr. Iteggie Jackson gave Lhc Athlet- ic s a swctp v, ilh a tie breaking LETHBRIDGE POST OFFICE BOX 938 IETHBRIDGE, AVBERTA tevel Seventh Slreet Shopping Ma PHONE 328-7411 PRESIDENT STAN Squeaky Chair? We Repair! 'xs' Lethbridge Office Furniture Limited Iho inninc, DAVIDSON BEATEN Goalie John Davidson of Ihe Calgary Centennials reaches wllh his glove hand but ihe puck is past him in Ihe net for the winning goal on a ihof by Brian Og'lvie of Ihe Edmonton Oil Kings. club in driver's sent Ogilvie scored bold goals as the Kings won 2-1. David- son played I a si year with the Lelhbridtje Sugar Kingi of fhe Alberta Junior Hockey League. (.CP Wirepholo) Klnsf square west series Bv Tin: PRESS due lo a lack of available ice in the eighth inning of the occasion, Henderson, bit a lie-breaking lingle, SUTTOV YIELDS 2 Don SutLon hurlRd Los Ange- les past Atlanta with a two-hit- Carly's second-inning double and a bloop single in the :hird by Marly The Dodgers RtiVft Sutton the only run he needcxl when Maury Wills opened the pamo v.ilh a rir.st hit of the season after 13 fruitless Bill B u c k n c r 's infield out. Manny Mola singled tv.o more across in the nintli. LA's T'rank Rnbin.son loft Ihe name v.ith a slight Rroin pull but s-aid he felt he could play lo- niglit. Another former St. Louis lefty Ileus s, who was traded asL up the victory a.s Houston turned hack Cincinnati for the 15th lirnc in their last 20 meetings. The As- tros scored all their runs in the first three innings, rnosl of the damage coining against former Leam-mate Jack Ilillinghnm. Cesar Cedcno had doubles in the first and third innings while Cincinnati's Tony Perez belted a solo home run in the sixlh. Awards banquet set for Sunday The Minor Hoc- key Association have set the stapc for their 1971-72 awards banquet Sunday. All team and individual tro phy winners will be presented with their awards during the afternoon proceedings. The annual affair v.ill ha held at Lhe Henderson Lake Ice Cen- tre al 2 p.m. ar.d is open to the general public. Advanci-il tick- ets must he purchased for this Hernia luok a firm pvip on thnr Western Cansrla League soini-final scries Wednesday night but leacue champions Centennials had some of Iheir fingers pried off another scries. The PPC- !M d r f e I e ci. c a 'J-i' in Oil meim- while, Calrjnry 2-1 to tic Lheir series at one game each. The third and fourth games in :he Retina-Brandon scries will he played in Winnipeg Saturday and Sunday and the fiflh, if nec- essary, back in Kcgina on Mon- day. In other fcrics, the third patno will be played Friday in "SRry and Ihe fourl'i iu'Ed- monton Sunday. The fifth is to be played ns a CaJqary borne game in Medicine Hat Monday grab one game lead TIUMnOLOT, Sask (CP) Red Deer Hustlers came from behind Wednesday niplit to pounrfs. "I'll lie in better shape this he (1-0) Bl Allanta ji an-j Mur.rilry; JzhnsGi, nr.le-, ri-D) ffj ,-n-J MH: Sotcrl- i'.n HI. inn Fr.inciico 1M 010 3 7 0 ban Dirgj C-CD 2C-3 001- A 1 I (1-1 and HraLy; VCirhy, Cdld.vc'l M 01 Barloo. HR: SC-Cfjitort Jofer (11. HOCKEY SCORES C.i'tlcr Cup ilallirr.'.rp J Cir.r_in: 3 final Fir.fa Canada In.i 6 A 1 0 nontan Ciliary 1 Cfntcnnijl Cuo I Deer 3 VlumtoUJi 3 f garr.c ol t.c il-cMeven i World Hockey ,H 9 S.vllierianrl 1 n J 1 TODAY'S GAMES Only giirrcr, scM-rrt: RESULTS Clcvclnnd OIQ loo lo i oMon CIO 004- 1 I l Perry (1-1) Min-jjri Ot Fcs-e; af'Jn Hani [fl] and y Milwaukee tOJ nci 041 1 4 1 [Jew York COO 038 170 (Ml Oircrn Ar.d F'crler fl-Ci] Lj-lc d) flrrf A-ijnson MR: KO 6oa 1 S 1 Chicaqo coo ica I t l fn 1) PJnfl fS) ?nd Balnstn (1-1) enrj Herr- Dclroil Ml 100 310 B.ilfinore OH CM J I Lo'.itn !M> IS) arri han, Ctcliar, (a) and Kansas Cily 000 WO 0 5 1 OaXl.ind O'VO 453 490 DrATs (0-1) FHimorrii Aher- and r.'.jy; Hclli-nyn (1-0) ond Oun' 3n. W.inRcsDla Oil IS I California 033 1C] 1 l D I .iRrcl-.s ar.rl fl-ll, Fnhr-r (El, C-.-ccn and Tcrborg. HR: Kansas Cily IC1 CD1 T A Oaklrnd loo 380 Pal c.-mlon Hrlson r-d Hunter, (6i and Tr-n j CNGI ISM PA CUP cj n SfoVe 1 ENGLISH LEAGUE Division I Newcastle 1 0 111 BripMc jrn n n Vii'fl BOWL STARTING MAY 1 to JUNE IN A THE 2 p.m. Wed. IEAGUES Thurs. 2 8 p.m. Wed. 2 2 LEAGUES Wed. 7 8 Mon. YOUNG 2 p.m. Sun. 8 SPECIAL Y.B.C. LEAGUE SAT. Fully Nursery Service Beit o PHONE 326-4089 AL q u i p m Q n Blasts controversial figlit A former member of the Manitoba I'oxinc and Commission told n one-man judicial inrpiiry Wcrlnosdny that a controversial promotion here Feb. 21 was "Lhc Inim-of-thc-month card a roadshow.'1 Norm Cos ton told -Iiitlge fien- jnmin Ilcwak he was under Iho thai Jack Keller o( Flcgina piomolffl the four houls j hut that Irving UTIRCI inau of To- I ronto the i Ccfiton, ore of (hree corn mis- iiir-mlif is ulio fol- a rctommcndation from Hecrcation Minister Larry Hcs- jardins that .suspensions im- posed on parlicipanUs in Ihft card he revoked until a judi- cial inquiry was completed, I said: was under Ihe impros- jsion it was a roadshow and he i was di- reeling and writing it." is Ihe manager of Canadian heavyweight cham- pion George Chuvalo of Toronto. tlefcrrin" In individual bnvjts, Cos ton said he was "cmbar- ra.ssrd11 after two preliminary matches in whicli N'arfis Ahmed rif Toronto knocked out Sam Poke of Dclroit in the .second round and Mnhamorl Ali Ka- mcric of Retina dirt the same to ol Dclroit. lie said lie spnkc former commission chairman Don Ilo- wnmi utter tho liouls anr) de- cided "v.c'll in f-omc- about NOT SL'SI'K fOl S Coslon testified he wasn't sus- picious of the mnlch between Chuvalo and Jim Christopher of Detroit hut termed (he bout "terrible.11 Chuvalo decked his opponent in the second round. l.iler staled life was threatened. Coslon also told the inquiry he was not surprised that Slcwart Gray of Toronto died in hospital after his litlc bout wilh Cana- dian lic.ivyweight cham- pion Al Sparks of Winnipeg. Sparks knocked out tho chal- lenger in the seventh round. Cmlnn said he sensed Gray was seriously hurl when he saw him lyinfi on the canvas after Mic knrjckoul. "Don't ask me how I knew, I'm not. n medical man but I jusf Asked by commission roundel Don Hiazlcy whether the com- mi.ssion the Manitoba Boxing and Wrestling Act to the letter in sanctioning the bouls, he replied: "If I hadn't author- ized them, T wouldn't he here. I think hindsight is yrcnt, and if I had to do it again, thero wouldn't he any MOVE UP TO GENERAL Better Mileage 6 Ply Puncture Protection m IRE SALES 4, 111 lourfi Phono or 327-M4J ;