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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 4, 1971 Alouettes impress in first outing Rookie Chasey passed circles around Riders MONTREAL (CP) The run-1 the Als dumped Saskatchewan ning power of Moses Denson j Houghriclei's 29-'" and tho precision passing of rookie Jim Chasey gai'p .M real Alouetles a viclcrious start lo their Canadian Football League season Tuesday night as Chnscy completed 13 of 25 pauses for 162 vai'ds as the dc- fending Grey Cup champions rolled up n 2M hnlf-ljine lead and held on to stall the Rough- riders in the final two quiirters. T h e first-year quarterback played the entire game for the Als except the final few minutes when Sonny Wade came in to call the signals. "lie played a hell of a game ANDY CAPP THAT CHEEKY LITTLE KID ACROSS THE STREET AS SEEN CAU.IN' ME NAMES AGAIN; I NEVER CRITICISE ONE OF THE VOLINC-cR -1 JUST LOOK FOR WHOEVER RAISED 'IM Blanked by opponents Lethbridge clubs ousted EDMONTON (CP) Cal- gary shut out Lclhbridge 10-0 Tuesday Lo advance lo the fi- nal today in the Western Can- ada Big League baseball tour- nament against North Edmon- ton. Calgary, B-division winners, must defeat Edmonton twice. First game of (he A-B final is set for today. A second game, if necessary, will be Thursday. The tournament is for play- ers aged 16 to 18 years. Calgary scored three runs in the first inning Tuesday and never looked back. Tom Parks allowed Lelhbridge only three hits. Parks had a double and single for Calgary, while Rick Hindmarch had two doubles. Meanwhile Edmonton Hard- Isty won the A section of the Alberta Saskatchewan Senior Little League baseball cham- pionship Tuesday with a 5-1 victory over Moose Jaw. Winning pitcher Tom Bells Big guarantee answers Ali MILWAUKEE (AP) Mu- hammad who stopped Jimmy Ellis in his latest heavy- weight bout, was asked Tuesday why Jerry Quarry would proba- bly be his next opponent. The former champion scored a tech- nical knockout over Quarry last fall. "For an guarantee, that's said AJi, who was in Milwaukee to address a meeting of Alpha Phi Alpha, a predominantly black fraternity. Ali is expected to meet Quarry at the Houston Astro- dome next month. struck out .seven Moose Jaiv batters while allowing seven hits. Jeff Milne paced Edmon- ton batters with a triple and a single against loser Den Andries. The Moose Jaw pitch- er struck out 10 and gave up seven hits. The difference in Ihe game iras in the field, where Moose Jaw committed live errors while Edmonton played error- less ball. In one other game, Calgary (Combines eliminated Lelh- bridge 5-0 in the B section serai-final on the four-hit, shut- out pilching of Ken Cody. Lar- ]ry Gardiner was the loser. Lyle Murray banged two hits for the winners. Mocsc Jaw was to play Cal- gary later today in the B final of the double knockout tourna- ment. The championship final is Thursday and. if a second game is necessary, Friday at 110 a.m. and the line did a hell of a blocking Montreal coach Sam Etcheverry said after the game. "He has an awful lot of poise for such a young player; he's a real student of the game." Etcheverry said a good exam- ple of Chasey's ability lo read defences came on his second' quarter pass lo Jim Foley, who broke into the clear and scam- pered into Ihe end zone for a 20-yard touchdown. Wilson looking for a chance Race results EDMONTON (CP) Norlhlanrj5 Park race results Tuesday. Pint clafmfng, 3 year old maidens, 1 1-14 miles Charlie 0 (Parsons) 10.ZO 5.50 340 Ranee Page (Sladnyk) 21 JO 730 John Cyclops (Haynes) 3 1 2 p iVflv? players lied wllh six oomls each. EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T F A Ft nilawa..... 2 0 0 50 33 d Monlreal loo iv is, Toronlo...... 1 0 0 21 50 Hamlllon TOO 17 15 i Oakland's Blue beginning to feel the pressure Light-hitting Padres explode against Cardinals By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Steve Arlin hurled a four-hit- ter Tuesday night and got some unusually lusty hitting from San Diego Padres lo beat St. Louis Cardinals 6-1. Braves 3-2, Los Angeles Dodg- "It relieves the said the young right-hander, re- citing a pitching axiom, "u'hen you have some runs." Elsewhere in the NL, Pitts- Yardman Lawn Mowers PRICED TO CLEAR 7 H.P. Tractor Style 35" cut. Reg. 625.00 7 H.P. Tractor Style 4QQ-95 30" cut. Reg. 563.00 WWW 6 H.P. Tractor Style 30" up front cut. Reg. 479.00. MOTOR MOWER 814 3rd Avc. S. Phone 317-2669 burgh Pirates ripped Montreal Expos in-fi, Chicago Cubs shut out Houston Astros 5-0, Philadel- phia Phillies edged Atlanta ers ,S'an Franrisco Gianls fl-1 nnd Cincinnati Reds split a! doubleheadcr in New York, win-' ning fi-2 before losing lo the .Mcls !H. A i I i n 's sharp performance against the Cardinals was the KV.h complete game in the last; IS sUrl-i for the Padres' staff. But San Diego has won only six of Incise games. In M games since May 23, the J Dicfio pilching sUiff has a i 2.97 carncd-run average. Yet HIP club's won-lost mark was j 27-12 over that span. j However, the Padres man- accd 1.1 hits Tuesday night nnd gave Arlin four runs in the first four innings ;is he liflod his j 'record lo li-III and needed just pjlrhr.s to do Iho jou. dene Alley hammered n piiir of homo i uns and Pitbhiirgh bunched six nms in Ihe eighth inning lo teat Montreal. Alley's second homer touched off the big inning and Manny Sanguil- Ion ripped a bases-loaded triple. Thc-n Vir D.ivnlillo climaxed the rally ui'.h ;i two-run double. Doyle Alexander hurled a six-1 taller and Ihe Dodgers exploded I for four runs in the first inning and shipped San Francisco. Steve Garvey, whose three- run homer beat the Giants in the ninth inning the night be- fore, singled in two of the Dodg- ers' early nms as LA trimmed San F r a n c i s e o's National League West lead lo seven games. The pressure of winning his 20th game is beginning to lake its toll on Vida Blu.o. Blue, the young left-hander of Oakland Athletics, failed for the second straighl time lo win his 2flU] game ami absorbed one of his worsl beatings of the season before the Alhlclics rallied for a 7-5 victory over Kansas City Royals Tuesday night. Elsewhere in the American League, Washington Senators beat Detroit Tigers 4-2, Minne- sota Twias edged Chicago White Sox 4-3 in 10 innings; Milwaukee Brewers blanked California An- gels 20; New York Yankees blasted Cleveland Indians 8-1, and Boston Red Sox at Balti- more Orioles was rained out ,-jid will be played as a double- header tonight. Blue, the winningest piteher in the majors with a record, was cuffot' for five runs nine hits in five innings by Ihe slumping Iloyals, who suf- fered their eighth straight set- back. Jensen lops all cowboys aV, Alia. (CP) Lynn .lensrn of C.mlslon, Alia., won Ihe lilln of all-round cowlwy at the 14th anniuil Edson Profes- sional Uodeo Monday, coming first in two events and moving un in Ihe Canadian professional standinfrs. Jensen was first in the barc- riding and now sland.s in sevenlh place in the Canadian standings. He also was fust in the slccr wrestling, Tom Hows of Pekisko, Alia., also won two events, including the saddle bronc riding. He's top man in the national stand- ings in this event. lie was also top hand in the calf-roping, moving into eighth place In the nations! standings. Rocky llnbley of Fort St. John, B.C., was first in the bull riding. "I was almost crazy from the pressure of said the iiaiialiy relaxed southpaw. "This was the toughest game of all. Everyone wants to know when I'm going to win 20 games. Thai's where all the pressure is coming YIELDS HOMKR One. of the hits off him was a three-run homer over Ihe lofl centre field fence by Bob Oliver in the fourth inning, giving Ihe Royals a 3-2 lead. DLLs1 two-bagger came when the Royals scored twice in the fifth. Blue's last inning. Only erratic basenm- ning by Lou Piniella saved Blue from a possible defeat. After Pi- niella led off the lourtli with a double, he was lagged out when he took a big turn round second. After sinfjlinf! in the second run in lire fiflh and going IT second on (he Uiroiv Immc, lie Iriod lo score on Chuck Harri- son's single, bill was cul down al Ihe plate. And in Ihe eighth, Piniella smacked his second double, but was out trying for a triple. Rick Monday's two run homor In the sovenlh started Oakland's comrhjck. In Ihe 'linlli, Monday followed with a double, driving in Lhe winning runs. SURVEYS SITUATION Lloyd Konewischer sludies his opponent's shot before deciding on his Kane- wisher, at presenl playing the best golf he has played for seme lime, won the Henderson Lake men's champion- ship recently over Jim Whilelaw in Ihe final. NATIONAL LEAGUE F.iil ma Los Downing (13-i) trr Sul- len flO-10) al HDL-stoi Fnrr.ch M San Francisco Perry (10 B) at St Lo'.'i-; '9 9) N Allanla rilekro (11-B) at Philadel- phia Lrrsch N San Dleno Norman (1-7) or Phoebus (3-11) a) Chicago Psppas TUESDAY'S RESULTS Los Angelos 0-50 9 16 0 San Francisco ODD QOa 010- 1 6 4 Alprarrtcr (3-3) and Fcrcuscn; Brv -inl '7R) carnlhers (6) Reberger (9) and Piplr l San Djpqo 013 100 13 0 SI. Louis 000 100 1 A Arlln ift-111 pnd Pflrlr.n; Rei-1 Mr- Ill (61. Pallcrson L'r- i Pillshurnh TOl'lOO PfO-lfl H 0 ino S P T Blass, Voale (6-0) Giusli (e) rnd and Bslomar! HR: Al'ny (2) 'If- Chicsno 010 000 5 7 1 Hnnslon 000 BOO 0 5 2 (12-6) Rav (7) GialcJinq (9) ruiver (9) and Hialf. HR: FIR5T i Cincinnati POO OP4 010- 5 50 New York 010 100 2 S 0 Pvan (F-T) Friir-Kn 'fi) and1 Grole. HRi: Cin-Pcrei Way i SECOND Cincinnati 010 nni 4 B C Nrw York 101 J32 9 1J 2 Mrrrill