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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ffidciy, AusuH 4, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE KERALD 7 Jimmies visit Lakers tonight The I.akcrs will host Ilic Major Base- hall leading Calgary Jimmies for an eight o'clock tilt at Henderson ball park to- nifllit. It's a game tor the in Hint, Ilioy hold down Ihc fourth and final phyotf spot with only (our j'amcs re- maining on their l'J72 schedule. 'Ilic Lakers sit in fourth v.itli a 12-1G record v.hilo the Ilcd Deer lilks follow close be- hind wllh a 10-H p-cord. The Lakers' cortL-sl for to- nlfthl is set to for a fjamo the thins mi.s.sed July in. Another postpone'! name last Tuesday still to lie re- In Calgary 'IVsday tho J i m m i o exploded for hits and romped to a IC-D victory over Cianls in a league game T li u r s d a y win nave the .Jimmies a Hi-game lead over the Cfiants and I hey have three games in hand in the lost column. Outfielder II a r v Chamber- lain paced the Jimmies four hits ami five Hill's. His three-run homer in the fourth was the deciding blow ol game. The Jimmies huni< Hie loss at leftie Ray Parr who i was shelled for 10 runs in 3 1-3 innings. They added runs off Steve Loveless in the sev- enth, two more off Gore Vejprava in the same inning and another pair in the ninth Righthander Chris McKinnic v.'as the winner, but gave up 12 bits and six runs in seven inn Reliefer Don Davis struck MOBIIE HOME USED l970-I2'x45'-2 B.R. ONtr S1C2 PER MONTH MIDWEST MOBIIE HOMES out five of tbc six men he faced in the final two innings. Outfielder John Vandenberg socked n solo homer for the Jimmies. Meanwhile In Red Deer left hancier Bill Philips scatterei hits in pitching Red Dcci Klks to a 3-1 win over Ednion tun Tigers and n split of an Al hfrta Major League double header Thursday night. The Ti- gers won the opener 10-3. Edmonton pitchers Bill Chahley and rcl-evcr Lrninie Funk held Red Deer to two hits in the .second ame but one of Ihem was a svo-vun triple by outfielder Al IcKcc during n three-run third nrint! by the Elks. Philips, in winning his sev- ntli I'ame in eight decisions, ost his shutout in the fourth .'hen Warren Sarchuk singled ionic Mark Newson had Irawn Ihc only base on balls 'liilips issued. The Tigers scored two runs n the nth inning to win the tnener. The contest was a com- pletion nf n game June 1 which i-as called after eight innings vilh the score tied 3-8. Julie Owchar's single drove n the winning run in the llth after losing pitcher Roger Pnzzo had worked his way out of a bases-loaded jam with mine out in the 10th. Chahley collected the win. Red Deer, however, an- nounced they were playing the game under protest since they contended lite Tigers used two players who were not included on the line-up card of the orig- inal game. FIRST Tlgerl..... 1W 130 01-10 I! 1 ew