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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDCE HERAL3 August 1973 SULLY SAYS -By Pat Sullivan BIT of everything Word has it that just one more blast by Vida Blue of the Oakland Atuletics on how he's being mistreated by the club you can be sure he'll be using change-of-ad- dress cards next winter And not even the friend- ly persuasion of genial George Allen will wheedle a productive season out of Duane who has prob- lems beyond the football field Don't bet the grocery money on but watch for Ales Delvecchio to jump to' Houston Aeros of the World Hockey Association De- troit Bed have lost more than just hockey games since hiring college hotshot JVed Harkness I'm won- dering where organist Jim McLaren will sit now that the press box at Henderson Stadium is gone How about a nice padded chair It never ceases to amaze me where names for athletic teams come from I thought we had the ultimate with the University of Leth-. bridge Pronghorns. But now the Lethbridge Longhorns have moved into a tie for top spot Now I'm not knock- ing the name of the club Cowboy but you have to look at it from our stand- point as well. How do you shorten Can't you see the first story of the hockey season when you de- scribe the birth of the newest AH I can really how- is best of luck to the local group Hockey has deteriorated in the last two or three maybe this is the injection needed to swing it around Bobby Wink- California Angels' manag- was concerned about Bob Oliver's eyesight. .He needn't worry anymore Says was going to have Oliver have his eyes but now I guess I won't have to He's the one who found Bill Singer's contact lens when he dropped it on the mound I wonder atop ihe clubhouse And what about us sports types who cover the Our shelter from the elements is gone up in smoke Here it only the first week in August and the boo-birds are hollering for Yogi Berra's head So the Mets are struggling It must be tough to be an ath- lete or coach in New York. The press can make or break you at anytime Ron who played for the Mets and is now manager of the Lethbridge Lakers says that you can't really imagine how the press can help He honestly believes that if Hank Aaron were playing in New York all these years he would have already passed Babe Euth's home run mark A lot can be said for ex- posure. And not the kind Raqutl Welch is best at either Herb Legge. hockey team in the Alberta Junior Hockey League The rolling hills of southern Alberta fouled a strapping new Longhorn recently True to his breed this rangy youngster will long survive the hard winters and hot sum- mers What ever happened to the good old names like animals that bite and tear and spring upon their I can see it all now when the Red Deer Ruslters play the Lethbridge Longhorns it will take a vig- ilante organization to decide a winner. how many golfers in Leth- bridge have felt the same way after a round of It seems the first time Chi Chi Rodriguez played in the Mas- ters Tournament he was so nervous he drank a bottle of rum and shot the happiest 83 of his career I guess it's wise to have a sense of humor when you have a ball club as bad as the Texas Rangers. Chuck pitching coach for the when asked how he decides on which relief pitcher to simply said an- swers the bullpen Giants key on errors Lakers sidelined after poor outing First of seven runs Calgary Giants' John rounds third base on his yay to home plate for the first of seven runs the visitors registered in the final game of the southern divi- final playoff series at Henderson Stadium Friday night. Giants scored a 7-1 victory over the Lakers and captured the best.of-th ree series 2-1 along with a berth in the Al- berta Major Baseball League championship finals against Red Deer Generals. Jackson hot for Mohawks The Lethbridge Midget Mo- hawks scored an easy 16-8 vic- tory over Calgary Acadia and grabbed a commanding eight- goal lead in their Calgary Mid- OERME MACHINE SHOP A COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE GENERAL MACHINE SHOP SERVICE 327-O821 Bl lit STRUT NORTH get Lacrosse League semi-final playoff series at Adams Ice Cen- tre Friday night. The second game of the two- game total-goal series will be staged in Calgary Sunday after- noon with a four o'clock start. In last night's Dave Jack- son fired in five goals while added an assist to lead the Mo- hawks' attack. Teammate Paul Byrne was also brilliant chipping in with four goals and five assists while Tony Simioni and Andrew Lipinski aided with a pair. Greg Dave Sazal- Doug Stevens rounded out the Mohawk scoring with a goal apiece. Wayne Hunt was the top marksman for Acadia with five goals and one helper. Five major penalties were called during the three periods with Calgary taking three. Thomas never helped Redskins that much By THE CANADIAN PRESS Duane Thomas made his first National Football League ap- pearance with Washington Fri- day but it didn't save the Redskins from a 17-14 loss to Detroit Lions in their exhibition opener. Erroll Mann booted a 10-yard field goal early in the fourth pe- riod for the winning margin. In Friday's other exhibition New York Jets downed Houston Oilers 17-14 and Dallas Cowboys whipped Los Angeles Rams 24-7. Greg Landry tossed a nine- yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Larry Walton and vet- eran running back Mel Fair scored on a 47-yard dash for Detroit's touchdowns. DENSON SCORES Billy Kilmer hooked up with lerry Smith on a two-yard touch- down pass and Moses a former Canadian Football League star with Montreal scored on a six-yard run for Washington's points. acquired recently from San Diego sat out the 1972 season after star- ring in Dallas Cowboys' Super Bowl victory in 1972. He carried the ball 11 times and gained 36 yards in Friday's game. Bobby Howfield's 23-yard field goal with left to play gave the Jets their win. It was his third field goal of the night. Mike Adamle scored a touch- down for the Jets while Clifton Keeiian wallops key blow The Lakeside All-Stars' 1973 baseball season came to an abrupt halt as they suffered a heart-breaking 3-2 setback to the Norcrest All-Stars Friday night. The victory gave the Norcrest squad the District 1 champion- ship playoff series with a 2-1 record in the best-ofjfchree af- fair. In last night's one swat by Sean Keenan ended another ball season for Lakeside. With Lakeside leading 2-0 af- ter 4Vz Keenan crack- ed a three-run home run which proved to be the deciding blow of the ball game. Losing pitcher Allan Gepner- is was the victim of the win- ning runs while Grant Wiens earned the win. Norcrest will now advance to the Prairie regional playoffs against Edmonton starting Au- gust 7. WINS OPENER PRAGUE participating in an international basketball tournament won its first game Friday when it beat Czechoslovakia's national team 90-79. 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Ltd. 413 Hillside B.C. 3M4731 Race results EDMONTON Northlands Park race results FIRST SI 7 fur- longs. Itchy Foot 57.50 15.50 Frozen Panet 5.70 Cag- ey Max 7.M. Brown MacLeod Llssa's Icy Gary's Son also ran. SECOND 7 fur- longs. Silk Bobbin 13.80 5.60 Morning Mini 5.00 April's Best 3.40. 3-5. Grog Angle Tropical Indigo Canel Pride also ran. DAILY THIRD 7 fur- longs. Count the Spots 7.70 4.90 Sure Speed 4.30 Win Grin 3.80. 2-5. Road Feathers Blue Mus- Barbs Lonesome Road also ran. FOURTH 1 Mi miles. Sable's Blue 16.80 7.20 Tea Coffee John 11.00 Hylo Ruler 4.30. Monkey Red Double Keen also ran. 1-16 Red Maho- Biilie The FIFTH 1 miles. West Wind Guy 4.10 3.80 Tara Downs 8.40 Dool- In Heart 3.70. 4-5. My Prince Shoes For Miss Easter Day also ran. SIXTH 4-year-olds and miles. Ballyclare 10.90 6.50 Gal- land Shadow 9.00 Alnt's Mates Success 2.30. Time- 2-5. Prince of gany. Parkland also ran. heat for third. SEVENTH Devonshire 3-year 7 furlongs. Free To Travel 52 70 1640 Champagne Butch 7.60 Merging Fire 4.00. Pentode Irish DuKe Of Alba also ran. EIGHTH 3-year-olds and 1 M6 miles. Sunwapta 4.20 3.60 Max Wing 10.00 Jus- tin's Prince 4.10. 4-5. Fast Furious Jim Heir Of Sliver Dell also ran. CANADA'S NO. 1 LOADER BOBCAT loads Hauls lifts Fills Shoveli Sweeps 4 wheel drive 4 models 500 Ib. to Ib. if Rent with or without operator Contract prices available PHONE 328-4765 AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR C and J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Ave. McNeil had a Houston touch- down and Skip Butler kicked two field goals for the Oilers. Otto Stowe scored two touch- downs for the Cowboys as they spoiled the debuts of Ram coach Chuck Knox and quarter- back John Hadl. Charlie Waters had the other Dallas touchdown and Toni Fritsch kicked a field goal. Har- old Jackson scored the only Los Angdes touchdown. Baltimore Colts are at Pittsburgh Cincin- nati Bengals are at Miami Dol- New Orleans. Saints are at Kansas City New York Giants are at San Diego Buffalo Bills play Philadelphia Eagles at Jackson- and Chicago Bears meet Green Bay Packers at Milwaukee. Oakland Raiders visit New England Patriots for Sunday's only ganw. Mikita hasn't signed CHICAGO Chicago Cougars of the World Hockey Association denied Friday they have signed veteran Stan Mi- kita away the rival Chi- cago Black Hawks of the Na- tional Hockey League. Commenting on an earlier re- port from New York that the 33- year-old centre had signed a five-year contract for in excess of Cougars public re- lations director Mike Haggarty have not signed Stan Mi- kita. We emphatically and cate- gorically deny that we have signed him. is not to say we would not sign him. We would love to see him in a Cougar uniform. But as of this we are still negotiating with SrGNEP WHITEY The Cougars last month signed Mikita's Black Hawk defenceman Pat to a multi-year con- tract as player-coach. The WHA also took the Hawks' top player last year when Bobby Hull signed as player-coach of Win- nipeg Jets. A Black Hawk official voiced surprise when told of the New York announcement attributed to an NBC radio Guy LeBow. must be a jig he said. By PAT SULLIVAN Herald Sports Editor You win lose some and a few get rained out. Lethbridge pennant winners in the Alberta Major BaseSall League this past sum- lost one Friday but it was a big one. Lakers hit the sidelines in the league playoffs before better than locals Friday but they didn't do it their way. You don't win the pennant in the Alberta Major League giving up unearned runs. Fri- the Lakers did just that. Calgary Giants will meet Red Deer Generals in the final of the six-team league thanks to the generosity of the Lakers. who dropped the first game of the best-of-three series to the Lakers 8-5 in Calgary last rebounded Thurs- day night to smack the locals 12-3. Friday night was simply a fellow if you read just the Scoreboard. Giants emerged with a 7-1 triumph and a berth in the league final. had they played to their deserved a better fate Craig Clayson was the win- ner for the Giants Friday. He allowed nine hits. The loss went to Al Ferchuk as he gave up 12 hits while his mates gave him little backing in making five errors which accounted for six unearned runs in the 7-1 de- cision. Friday's game had all the earmarks of an outstanding playoff encounter. Heading into the last inning of play the Gi- ants held a narrow 2-1 lead on runs they picked up in the sec- ond and third innings. If things had gone according to the stage was set for the Lakers to give Clayson all he could handle in the ninth. But like they the besl laid plans of mice and men often go astray. How true it is Giants loaded the bases with none away on two walks and a single. Ferchuk struck oui Harold Abel and Al Twa anc appeared to be on his way out of the jam but a two-run gle by Bob Papworth started a five-run Giant inning and the beginning of the end for the Lakers. Papworth's single scored Lyle Moffatt and Stif Herron Larry Nakonechny driv- ing in two more runs and then scored himself on an error. Nakonechny redeemed him- self with his ninth inning triple In the eighth inning he hac stroked a single to left that had gotten past Howie Heggedal for a two-base error. Nakonechny failed to touch second base and was called out on an appeal play. Calgary's first run came In the second inning as catcher John Edwards led off with a single. He advanced on a walk and then scored on another sin- gle off the bat of Stu Herron In the third inning Al Twa singled just before Papworth added a single. A wild pitch moved the runners up a notch and then Twa scored on an er ror. in a turnabout Is fair scored their lone run in the third on singles by desig nated hitter Rod Taylor and Bob Brown and an error. The locals had a good chance to tie the game in the fifth in ning as they had runners on first and second with none out but failed to score. Nachonechny paced the Gi ants' 12-hit attack with a triple and a single while Papworth and Moffatt each chipped in with two singles. Brown and Taylor each had two singles to go with Hegge- dal's double and single. despite their loss in he Alberta League will play host to Leduc Oilers next -eekend in the Alberta senior inal. The best-of-three to Jecide who gees to gets under way Saturday at eight o'clock at Henderson. Games Sunday include times of and 5 p.m. THE BULLPEN Lakers' Tim Nt'grello was guilty of a cheap shot in Friday's game from are for not for attempts at in- uring Win or they on the not under the skin Umpire Keith Aitken surprised the gathering ABGRALL SIGNS SASKATOON Dennis a 30-goal scorer for Saskatoon Blades of the West- ern Canada Hockey League last has signed a muiti-ycar contract with Los Angeles Kings of the National Hockey League. Golf league play results LAKESIDE MEN'S Low net Don Dori gattis and Walt Im perial Life tied at 31. Law gross Jim Matkin Alex Fraches Cliff House of Leth bridge and Norm Sin gers all tied at 36. Low team net Doug Pele Mag Jim Matkin 142. Flemings.................... 147 129 Jubilee..................... CJOC........................ Ace 1J Pahulje..................... 15 Sugar Beeters................ 12 Parsons 120 CHEC 11 House of Lethbridge............ 11 Leo sinsers ll Union 74..................... 11 Darigatti 11 Lethbridge Herald........ 11 Imperial Life 11 Frank Walkers.............. 10 A fc W.................... 10 Owen........................ f Friday he ejected a player Umpires have been lenient all season They have taken more than their share of guff But Friday night was different It'sa 2-1 ball a warning for swearing may have set better than a total ejection Marty Maxwell got the heave-ho1. My only complaint is why wasn't it done all Lak- ers' president Reno Idzd couldn't thank the players enough for a great season Fri- and it's not even over. Calgary ......-on OM II1 Ltthbridge 000 S Clayson and Ferchuk and B. Maxwell. Newcombe ink pro pacts NEW YORK Billie Jean the 1973 Wimbledon and Australia's John Newcombe were the first play- ers to sign with the newly created 16-team World Team Tennis organization. George commissioner of the announced Friday. Mrs. selected by Phila- delphia and Newcombe by were picked as er e n t i a 1 which allowed a franchise to sign a player prior to the draft and forfeit its first-round selection. When the regular phase of the draft got Chris Evert of Fort was tabbed by which had the No. 1 choice. The scheduled season for the new which would begin operation in is May through July when many of the top tennis events are held. Newcombe and Mrs. have already made their decision to participate in WTT competition. TORONTO TAKES OKKER selecting 13th in the first took Tom Okker of the Netherlands. Miss who excited the tennis world in 1971 when she became the youngest U.S. Open months short of her 17th was the run- ner-up to Billie Jean King in the 1973 Wimbledon championships. 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