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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tucidoy, Auguit UTHBRIDGE HERAIB SULLY SAYS -lly I'al Sullivan 1 HAVE taken in almost all tlie Old-Timers games played in Liith bridge Hie past five or six years. I even played in a couple of liockey encounters lint .Sunday was my first baseball game. Let me toil you. I feel it today believe me. There were a couple of. guys on the club 20 years my senior. I can't imagine how they feel. But it a great time. I have spent very few afternoons where I had as many laughs. Kven with all the good fun that was bad there was still an air of seriousness with coach Harry Watson of Picture Bullc. If llnrry had his way the whole ball clouh would havn a couple of workouts and take on the Lakers again. "We might even sweeten the pot with a small laughed Walson. .Sunday after the game was over the Lakers owned a 5-2 win. The Lakers didn't gel a smell off of starting pitcher Bill Kucheran. 'Iliey got to Ivan Norris for two runs and Greg Lazaruk for three. Kucheran was ready to go again after his three innings were over. "My arm feels pretty good, for an old arm" lie joked. .Sunday's game had a little bit of everything in- eluding a double steal. Hec Negrello stole third while Jocko Tarnava was on his way to second. Lakers' catcher Marty Maxwell, at the thought of an olrl-limer dealing on him played catch with the left-fielder and two runs scored. The crowd got a charge out of Tarnava as he not-footed it home from second on the throw into field. "I was going to give him the stop sign said tliird- coach OUT Lucinni, "but lie wont past me so quickly 1 thought I would let him take his chances." 'Hiere was talk in the dressing room after the game that another should he played. Possibly between Picture Butte and Lethhridge in a real McCoy old- timers encounter. Watson says he has the horses In the Butle. Arisman was back in a familiar spot Sunday afternoon, he uinped. the bases. Joe has been making his home in Edmonton but was a visitor Sunday and they put him to work. 'i learned a couplo of things Sunday. First of all, I'm in terrihle shape. Outside of Lazaruk, I was the youngest guy there and I felt like T needed a golf cart to get mo out to the outfield. Another thing T learned Club. The format of the tourney has been clumped this year allowing all golfers wha have a handicap lha rjualifics, take part in (ho cvenl. In past years it wa: a southern Alberta tourney. Race resu Its 1 N M f M n r, tU P n r k. A1, w. y; FIRST 11.VO, eliSmlnc, 3 Time. 5. BflilNrulo, D'AT Rouitr, Siif'f Qui'l dulrrinv, (ShlcWi) rl 19.10 7.W 3.f (Kir.ilnnl 7. BO Sam wi-ii) 3.M. f hard, Nlghf Ehlrfr, QUINELLAl HI 19, FOURTH claiming, 4 year City {Kipling) 1 PO 4 5er (BIIUneDteys' J 70. I t-rgut fmmllU 3? '0 13 rO 11 IPhtltn) S.M. if: 35. 'teds iiol ,sr> Lough when ihuy ai home Lolich becomes first 18-game winner in majors By Till; ASSOCIATED I'KKSS Nolan Ryan's fastball baffled opposition's hitters and his firwt baseman Monday starter, retired the first 13 bat-Ices slapped a two-run double In jperiods, anrl I'm not about SUMMER OF 10-SPEED BICYCLES SAVE SAVEu To THIS WEEK NEXT WEEK SAVE Tuo THE FOLLOWING WEEK AND SO ON Uf TO MORE EACH WltX Until All Bicycles Are Sold SKI SCENE SPORTS COLLEGE MALL Phona 327-0553 EXACTOR: IIIMJ, SIXTH Inu, 4 y, tr, Racer Hie, Canadian Ardlt SEVENTH 7 Lpvc .snould n club at h'line tfirm rut Ihr Tliis -siadiinn is built for a (can likfi ours." I) fl n Ihfi Ginnt.< bcfui'c Tony 1'erex Tho righl-fiander, i.s and has a earned run average, was practically untouchable. The fliunLs scored in tlie first, Bobby Bunds hit Ills 17th homer in the tfiiitJ Ciurith- he fourth. Ed Ooodson and ready to push tlie panic: button; Jiiris Spcicr drove In tho final and I never will, no matter the Cliris Speier drove San Krancisco runs. "Our problem now Is we're not liitting anything anybody's throwing lit Anderson said. "Tug teams go through those what our standing is." Elsewhere in the National League, Houston Astros edged San Diego Padres 3-2. Chicago Cubs blanked St. Louis Cardi- 4-0, Pittsburgh Pirates beal Philadelphia Phillies 2-0, At- lanta Braves trimmed Los An- geles Dodgers 4-3 and New York Mels topped Montreal Expos 4- 2. H o u R t o n 's John Edwards walked with the bases in llio mrrth to decide the gamn wilh San Diego, wliich had played three straight extra-in- ning games. Ferguson Jenkins got his victorj' wilh his shutout of St. Ho also drove in two Chi- cago runs with a single. Three, Vikings nol signed Issue not settled MINNEAPOLIS CAP) Mayer security -WLS cited cs the basis of a last-minute miKunricr- standing between Minnesota Vi- kings and three veteran free- Finks said he thought he had reached an agreement late Sat- urday with Al Ross, Los Ange- les fluent who represents defen- sive back Charlie West, running Agents who played out, their op- j buck Clint Jones and wide lions last season. j coiver Gene Washington. Vikings general manager Jim I But Jtoss called Finks Sunday Borzel shines for Optimists The Lelhbridge Junior Opti- mists travelled to Medicine Hal and came home with the fifth annual Medicine Hat Ladies' Fastball Tournament champion- ship trophy Sunday. The local gals bested 11 other blanked the Medicine Hat Park Lane behind Borzel's two-hitter anil finally defeated Swift Cur- rent, Sask. with Val Orr throw- ing a no-hitter. The Optimists used the week- end tourney to tune-up for the ust 12-13. Team Canada adds Mikita TORONTO (CP) Stan Mi- kita, Czech-born veteran centre of Chicago lilnck Hawks of the National Hockey League, was otldod Monday to Ihe roster of Team (.Vuincla for its series njzfiinsl Iho TTussinns. M.innypr-roarh Harry Sinrlnn said "after uith So vict in Moscow, namixl Stan KTlkitii to the lean Itecniise t', was cslnhli.shctl player did rot hrtvc lo bo bo: in ('iuirtdfl in order lo ropri sfnl in 11 IP sc.vira." LOLICH BETTERS BOTH AVERAGES Detroit Tiger pitcher Mickey Lolich wipes Ihe sweat from his neck Monday in game against Boston Red Sox. Lolich, who is better known for his pitching, even got a hit to raise his average Monday. He also raised his wan-lost record 18-6 wilh a 5-2 victory. (AP Wirephoto) (cams in the one-day modified provincial championship which double knockout event, win- will be held in Edmonton Alig- ning four straight games. In tlie championship final, Dehby Borzel fired a two-hitter and paced the local club to an easy 38-1 victory over the Medi- cine Hat Elkettes. The Optimists rocked losing pitcher Edna Derring for 16 hits with Borzel leading the way wilh a triple, a double and a pair of singles. Laurie Lyne Millar chipped in with a triple and two singles while Davlyn Last stroked a double and two singles. Dwaila Betis rapped a double and Shirley Demaris a single lor tho Elkettes. In earlier games the Optim- ists blasted Brooks 14-3 with Borzel hurling a one-hitter; and questioned "some o( the se- curity phases of (ha "What we're concerned with is that the players are securo and receive what is promised Ko.ss said, noting tho dispute has nothing to do with salary or compensation. Finks and Ross had several telephone conversations Monday and said they hoped an agree- ment could bo made soon. West, the only one of tho three who had reported to the Mankato Stato College training camp Sunday, left camp after learning of the new disagree- ment. He had no comment on (he new development were told there would be certain and terms that would he ID the contract. It's just a matter of Interprea- lion and restricting he working in some Ross said. IXPORT A 'CANADA'S FINEST CIGARETTE rounces Norcrest Lakcsidr Littlo League All- made a shambles of the opening in (lie city Little championships Monday. Riding Ihe right arm and hat )f Horvcy P o c z a, Lnko.side j muticed their rivals 11-0. Pocza, a solid 12-year old, allowed just one liit as he to the win. The loss vent lo Greg Pimicr, the first of three Norcresl pitchers. Ken Lang and Pocza led the way for the winners at tho with n home run apiece. Next jjamc in the scries, 11 jest-of-three nffFiir, is set for Wednesday evening at Dnvc Kl- ton at The winner of tlie itlo advancos to the ?onp final In Cnlpary Aug. fi against leains !rom Calgaiy, Moose Jaw and Brandon, The Canadian finals are set for Lilmonton later in August. M e a n w h i 1 c. l.rthhi flianls art- in Calgary for Ihe lf'72 Prairie Division Senior LillU? Thr fliiinis inrot Calvary this [lcrnonii ;il o't'luck in their first Kflinnnton find Mooso J aw inn t ch I nlen t s in opener, A dotiliEc knockout affair, Ihc fi'iafs will plsyotl Snlurdny, Ladies' golf classic set for weekend iitnms iu'c brini: niaiii1 fpr Hit1 Hi'iuicM'son Firsl Classic IJolf Tournampiil to held Aupusi fi-7. Tlie Iwo-day Inurncy will be a 36-hol? mrdal play cvcnl wilh worth of prizes up for grabs. All entries, complete- handicap Kroro nnd entry fee, must bo submiUrd by 12 o'clock noon August A. Tho entry fee i.s set for which will include breakfast and a dinner Sunday. Kmlher infonnnlinn c ai3 inrni Mcl- HERE'S WHAT SOME SATISFIED USERS SAY ABOUT STEEL) II "Afls nilci nbtatning opproxlmotely use from Ihn original 6 J Ox 16 r-n one of our 1970 hnlf-tnn approximately A nf wns oblainnd from icl of in 650x16 V. G. P. Paving Ltd., Red Deer, Alberta, "Fvf-n tVie severe overload (ondilioni ol limes, coused no opportnl prob- Cooler running nno" h'ghrr load tcpncity icem to for ibis." J. Jaruen Janien Broi. St. Boniface, Manitoba. "We have now found we get almost three 1imej ihe tire life, no balancing npedcd, a much softer and belter end belter Peering, with no fial liret." Jock Graham, Fleet Supervfsor BlacV, Siva Mi Pryson Limfled, There s less fiiclion inside a Micliclin liial's be- cause the radial pHes don't criss-cross and rub pnch other, so they don't build up fridion hear (hot causes vapid tire delorioralion. Beat the heat invesl in sfeel belted radials. The unique Radial Conslruclion together with o be't of strong, flexible iteel beneath its treod, combine to give o sure, stable contacl between the rood and lire. Also greater resistance to pundyrcs and blowouts for up to miles and more. Change-up to Michel in X steel bel'ed radials at 305 13th STREET NORTH PHONE 327-3181 ;