Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
HEBA.LD lu'-Jr-v. Auqus! 3. n'nt Jenkins Dodgers start August quickly liy THE iMticss After a nic-iliociT nioiilh dur- ing which ilK-y lu.4 ground Lo Sun lliants in the Nn- Lioniil Lonpre WeM Division, IAIS Angeles Dodgers Lire starl- ing mil explosively in August Thcv (i prucd :i i Iriumph over Cincinnati Reds i a nine-game lead by Aug. 1, j Sunday, then blasted Llivec ho- j dropped their cushion (a eight iners for a comeback 5-4 sue-1 as a result of the loss. cess over the Giants Monday night. The (rianl.s, who had taken (------D- advantage of Ih? Dodgers' 13-llii slopped New York Mets 42: u-on-lusl rec-ord in July lo build I Pliiladciphia Philli es turned In (he other NatiomI League games, Houston Astros nipped Chicago Cubs 2-1; Cincinnati 'x bloir 1-0 lead iox fought back I hen livo- fly TIM: ASSOCIATED I'HKSS Boston Red Sny showed Mon- day nigh1' thai it lakes more Mian one inimii: to pin. them on) of a possible race ivih Balii- more Orioles For the American League's Easl Division pennant. The Sox wen- down 4-0 and ripe for the kill in the first in- ning. But ibey slipped off Ihe hook as Reggie Smith and Call Yaslrzemsk'i greased Ihe escape i-culc nitli hii'W runs pro- duced a 7-1 Boston victory Elsewhere in Ihe American League Monday night. Oakland Athletics mppcd Kansas City IJnvnls :M. York Yankees ripped ('Iceland Indians 7-H. Chicago Whili1 S'ox knocked off Minnesota Twins 7-5. Detroit Ti- gers defeated Washington Sena- tors 11-7 and California Angels lopped Milwaukee Brcnors :l-l. Tlie Orioles, who still lead the East Division a comfortable -I'r games, hopped mi Roslon si arier Luis Tianl for four run.s in the first on a solo homer by Boog Poivcll and a three-run Dave .Johnson. Tlie carl) assault was a niis- takr lor the (Inolfs because Dosion hiniiL.ll Hill l.cr in I" relieve and he di'l damage unli his I'al ;is be. did with his arm. DRIVES IN ULN Lee. beat out three infield hi'.s and drove in Boston's first run wilh 3 squeeze bunt suigle after Bob Montgomery had tri- pled in the second inning. He also retired H straight batters over one stretch and allowed only two hits in 8 1-3 innings of rebel. Meanwhile, the SON chipped away at Baltimore's early lead and'hart it dov.n to 4-3 in. the s e v e n I h when Doug Grilfin opened with a single and Smith and Yastrzcmski followed with home runs to move Boslon in front. While Ihe second place Sox dropped a game off Baltimore's Eastern edge, second place Kansas City slipped a game far- Iher back m We.si Division, bow- ing lo Oakland's division lead- ers. Gene Tenace's seventh inning homer broke a tie and gave Ibe Athlclic's Ibe victory over the Royals, who are now U'2 Diego Segni, '.--I 11 -1 i' n 1 rl Know-los and Unllie Fined s- .shared Ihe fnur-liiller for Oak-1 land. nun Prtcison famed hr, inth nclory of the season on a four- hitter as Lhe Yankees whipped Cleveland Mike Andrews, decked by ibe p lev ions pilch, unloaded a Ihree-run bonier nn Ihe ncxl one. helping Chicago whip Min-: nesora Andrews' fiflh inning homer climaxed a Inui'-run White Sox rally and came moments after' he had been knocked doim Minnesota pitcher Jim Pciry. Jim Norlhrup 'doubled home Detroit's tie-breaking run with a sevenLh-mning double and then knocked in ajiolhcr nui with a single in the eighlh as Detroit whipped Washington. Norllnlip had made two er- rors at fust base earlier after lakmg over Irom Norm Cash, vho suffered a seven-stitch spike, wound in his right leg in the first inning. ftudy May pitched 6 [-3 in- nings of lulless ball and finished with a four-liilter, hurling Cali- fornia past Milwaukee. AISDY CAPP SHE 'ER FAULTS, BUT SHE'S NOT back Atlanta Braves -1-0 and St. Louis Cardinals whipped San Diego Padres 3-1. Leading by two runs in (lie ninth, San Francisco manager Charlie Fox lifled Jerry .lohn- son wilh (wo out and a man on first and broiighl in the second reliever of the inning, southpaw Sieve Hamilton, fo pilch to left- handed Willie Crawford. C r a w f o r d singled, clinched it with oul. Uirec-run homer. "1 would have liked lo face one more man, but I'm not Lhe said a perlurbed Jolmson, who was possibly de- prived of his Hth :ave. Don Wilson out dueled Chatham, Onl.-born Ferguson Jenkins nifh a two-hitler as Houston beat Chicago. Wilson allowed a single by Paul Popov- icb hi tue second inning and lost his shutout on Jim Ilickman's two-out home run in the fourth. The Astros scored twice in Ibe second for Lhe deciding runs off the Cubs' ace righllMiider. Joluuiy Bench knocked in three runs with a double and single and Lee May snapped a ie uilh a leadoff homer in Ihe ninth, pacing Cincinnati over New York. Deron Johnson and Roger Freed blasled consecutive home runs in a Iliroe-run fourth and Hick Wise spaced 11 hits in (he Philadelphia success. The shutout was Wise's fourth of Ibe season. Steve Carlton outpitehed Dave Roberts in a duel of top south- paws in the Si. Louis victorv. Carlton fired a five-hitter and shut out hie Padres after Clar ence Gaslon's i r s f -i n n i n g homer. Cowboys trade Thomas for two By THE .ASSOCIATED PRESS ceived d e f en si v e end Doug Diiane Thomas, the running Mooers andean und-isclosed fu- back who levelled a vocal blast "v" at Dallas Cowboys manage- incnl, was traded to New Eng- ture draft choice in the transac- lion. Defensive Mike Wil- land Patriots Satin-day and the i son was traded by Cincinnati Cowboys learned they still had problems with off-season hold- outs. A lau-vET for defensive end Bengals lo Los Angeles Rams for an undisclosed draft pick. Baltimore Colts traded wide receiver Roy Jefferson to Wash- Tody Smith, the Cowboys' top ington Redskins for rookie n draft pick, reported "no prog-1 coivor Cotton Spreyer an rcss in negotiations." i Washington's No. 1 1973 draft Dallas swapped Thomas, the choice. Letlibridse C7 League team alive train's leading rusber and run- ner-np for National Football League 1970 offensive rookie-of- M hen offensive bcklc -loc Taffoni was demoted to Cleve- land Browns' second unit early Ibe year honors, fr.r r unn iugj last he promptly left Browns trad'ed him the Los Angeles Rams Satur- day for a player to be named !inck Carl Barrett and c w F.ncland's No. I drnfl selection nexl year. The Patriots also acquired lineman Ilalvor Hagen and wide receiver Honor Jackson from 1 later or two undisclosed draft choices. j CANTON. Ohio (AP) _ the Cowbovs as NFL teams pro- 1 _ duced a host of transactions be- Rookle quarterback John Wai- fore Saturday's deadline for1 ton's two touchdown passes led trades. Los Angeles Rams to a J7-G vic- Tlromas demanded last week lory HousUm Salur. tl'.al the Cowboys trade him. Me alleged racial discrimination and at a news conference ealcd coach Tom Landry a "plastic Okkcr co. Meamvhile. John Bramlett, .10. the Palriols' most valuable, playor lasl snili ho day in the annual pro football Hall of Fame exhibition game. The victory gave Tommy Prothro a successful debut as a coach in the National Football QUEBF.C (CP Tom Okker nf The Netherlands, known lo his follow touring professionals as The Flying Dutchman, col- lected his second S10.000 pay check in a week Sunday as he defeated Lavcr of Australia 7-ti. Lo capture tlie singles lille at the. SoO.HOd Q u e b c c inicrnational tennis open. not report to Green Bay Pack- ers, where he was traded Satur- day for Rich Moore. Both are 1 linebackers. Moore was Green Ray's first draft choice in 1969. LAHllY GAGXEtt GOES Pittsburgh -Steelers traded of- Tensive gvard Larry Gagner to Kansas Stale rookie quarter'- back Lynn Dickey threw a 49- yard touchdown pass to Charlie Joiner for Houston as Ed Hughes also made his profes- sional head coach debut. Rookie cornerback Billy York Giants for two undis-i ffayes sct up lne Rarns. final Don Talbcrt was traded to the j llon a Pass Cowboys and Lhe Sainl.s re- J fourth quarter. tne EDMONTON (CP) Max Findlay threw a two hitler as Calgary shutout South Edmon- ton 5 0 Monday dropping the Edmonton out of the Western Canada Big League! baseball tournament. Findlay faced 26 batters in the seven innings. The win advances Calgary to Ite B final today against Lcth- bridgc. In earlier games. South Ed- monton edged Wlulerock, B.C. 1-0. The loss elinjnated White- rock from further competition in the double knockout tourna- ment. Winning pitcher Stu Render- i son drove in tlie only run of tlie game with a fourth inning single. Edmonton man a g ed only one Jlber hil in Lhe game. A run triple by Don 'fhevricn in the sixth inning produced llw margin of viclory as North Kdiuonlon defeated Lolhbriclge 5 3 'n the A final of 'he louiTiamczjl Earlier, 'J a I gary defeated South EJmonton JO 3. Calgary scored five runs in Lhe fifth i inning and held on for the win. I Also in early rounds, North Edmonton scored one run in the second and another in Ihe fourth to defeat Whilerock, B.C. And 1-clhbridge took advant- age of eisht Calgary errors for j a 9 6 win. Predicts NEW YORK (AP) The i counsel for major-league base- j ball players said Monday the j Sam McDowell contract dispute with Cleveland Tndians must be resolved in court, and predicted i McDowell will win his plea to become a free agent. "The grievance procedure is for the purpose of resolving dis- putes uhieh arise trader I lie basic agreement between the Major league Baseball Players Association and the club own j lawyer Dick Moss said. Fifth victory for Donohue MONT TTiEMRLAN'T, Quc. I work, made a few miscncs iCP) Marl; Donohne drove which cost Iheir unvcr valuable his Javelin lo a fiflh Trans-Am seconds, .sedan race viclory Sunday to In his first stop, Iho Ras cap m a i n t a i n American Motors'; wasn't tishlened properly and domination alter events Donohne was black-flapped into in ihis yeal'V .series a second stop to have it fixed. The :H-veai-old from Media, During another stop ater, an Pa., jumped intn the lead from I air hose connection came loose (Ins Marling position and j and Donohuo tried to go before In Hie end of 70 smnolb lap.s j the wheels were tightened. over the luislv, '.MMmile Ix1 car had fo he jacked up again Circuit had built a le.-id of mon- before il. could movo. than a minute over .secend-place l.OSKS I.KAI) Fellmer in a Mustang. During Ihis lime, Donohne In ibird p'aee was anolher' losl llx; lead lo Folbner but rc- lind Mwre-ncep.'irfd Mti.slang gained if four laps later when driven by Fnlbner's team-mnle j the had lo make his dregg of Jacksonville, second pit stop required by race Fla. I rules. Allbotinh Dnixiliiic had lew I "I've made a lew mislakes in ll'ri1 Iraek. Ihe my lime in Donohue Roger IVnsko crew, usually i laitgned, "I guess Ibe crew arc noted fur their fasl, efficient pit enlilled lo Iheirs.'1 1 A crowd announced at 'watched Donohue take two j hours, eight minutes, 33.9 sec- onds lo cover the Ifl.Vii miles with an average speed of 8G.57 miles an hour. Follmcr's time under the warm, sunny skies was The win gave Javelin points so far in Iho ll-race scr- ies, nine ahead of Mustang. Points are awarded lo the make of car finishing highest. Much of Ihe race featured R battle for positions behind the leader IIEVSON rouimi Peter ftcvson of New York City, in n privately-sponsored Javelin, finished a lap behind the leaders in lourth place while bis learn male Mill Minlor of Snnlii S us.inn, Calif., who Marled in the second row o[ Ihe grid with Rcvson, dropped out after 22 laps willi mechanical problems. In fifth place was Warren i Tope of Rloomfield Hills, Mich., in a Mustang, followed by Jerry Thompson of Clawson, Mich., j .sixth in a Mustang and Mar- I shill Bobbins of Royal Oak, Mich., sevenlh in a Camaro. Thompson and Dick Brown of Montreal had put on a charge from the eighlh row of the starl- ing grid in 17th and lllth posi- lions respectively but Drown missed top C a n a d i a n lie spun near the end of tho race. Highest Canadian finisher was Francois Gncrtin of St. Pie de BaRot, Qiie., who drove his Ca- maro lo ninlh place. 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