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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wl ItTHBftlDOE TIERAVD Snlurdny, Auguif I, 1972 THEISMANN SIDELINED Quorterbock Joe Theis- mann of Toronto Argonauts glumly from the bench after breakfng his ankle at the end of the first quarter in Thursday night's game Montreal Alouettei in Toronto. Trie Eastern Football Conference's leading passer in 1971 miss at least1 the next six weeks of tho T972 schedule. (CPWirephoto) Chargers make another trade By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS You can't tell San Diego Chargers without a scorecard. And if you're keeping a scorecard, make sure you fill it in with a pencil and not a pen. And have an eraser handy. San Diego coach Harland Svare completed four trades this week, bringing to 15 the number of deal.s he's made since taking over as Charger coach with four games remain- Ing in the 1971 National Foot- ball League season. Svare begins his first full sea- son at the helm of the Chargers tonight, when Sari Diego enter- tains Atlanta Falcons in their NFL preseason opener. In other games tonight, Kan- sas City plays Chicago in an afternoon contest at South Bend, Itid., while at night it will be Cincinnati at Green Bay, Houston at Dallas, Miami at Detroit, New England at Oakland, New York Jets against San Francisco at Jack- sonville, Fla., anrl New York Giants at Pittsburgh. In Friday night games, Wash- ington played Baltimore, St. COMING SOON MUFFLED CHUCKLES Louis met Buffalo and Clcvc bnd battled Los Angola. Completing the wcckcn schedule Monday night. No1 Orleans play.s at Philadelphia Denver and Minnesota are n> scheduled. S v a r e lias completely re vamped thn Chargers' defen sive line and linebacking corp; At end he has exRam Doaco Jones, ex-Packer Lionel A d ridge and rookie Pete Lazetic of Stanford. At tackle are Uav Costa from the Haiders, Ore Wojcik from the Rams an George Wright from the Colts, To holster the Imebacking Svare first dealt Tor Ed Phi pott of the Patriots, then ol tuined Eagles middle 1 i n e- backer Tim Rossovich, >Ii.s most controversial acqu silion, however, was for the o fence, where Svare sent run ning back Mike Montgomer and wide receiver Hilly Park to Dallas Cowboys and running back Duane Thoma. Svare's other acquis tion.s arc expected to against the Falcons, Thoma won't. He has yet to report I the team. j DUKE SIMS SOLD LOS ANGELES f AP) Duk Sims, Angeles Dodger j catcher, was sold Friday to Dr troit Tigers. Weekend games postponed until next Saturday Errors prove costly as Lakers drop toughie By U.OYI) YAMAGISIII Mernhl Spoils Writer "Errors Errors EtTors Errors11 Four errors in Uie lop of the Lxth inning proved lo he co.st- y for the Lcthbridgc Inkers in icir 7-3 loss to llic Calgary immies in Alberta Major ball league ndion at tlie Hen- derson hnlI park night. Meanwhile a scheduled league encounter Itctween the Inkers ;nid Rod Deer Klks .set for lr> uiglit boon until a later (kite. In lasl contest, sorn> Laker fans watched L h a league-leading Jimmies score four runs oti two base hits iind errors in the lop of the sixth inning to win their 2lsl game of the season. The four big runs gave llic .1 immies n commanding 7-0 lead as they had racket! up two runs in the third and one in the fifth. The Lakers rallied in the hot- It was some situation Moore found himself in By THE ASSOCIATED PElKSSi It was a situation every Doling pitcher dreams about. Bases loaded with two out in he ninth. Yon have a one-run cad. Their big hitter comes up and yon strike him out on three pitches. That was exactly wh.nl 21- 'car-old B.-ilor Moore did In 3itLsbnrgli Pirates Friday night as he pitched Montreal Expos to a 2-1 victory. His victim was Willie Star- who owns a batting average, 22 home runs and 7H runs baited in. Stargell lookeil at one fast ball ami .swung and missed the nexl two as Moore one of the rare left- handers lo beat the National League's hard-hitting East Di- vision leaders this season. Elsewhere in the National League, New York Mots trounced Chicago Cubs 6-1, Cin- cinnati Reds swept a double- header over Atlanta Braves 6-5 n II innings and 3-2, Houston Astros trimmed San Francisco Giants fi-l, San Diego Padres blanked Los Angeles Dodgers 2- 0 and Philadelphia Phillies downed St. Louis Cardinals 8-3. IT SOUNDS EASY Moore was more than willing lo describe his clutch strikeout of Stargcll. "He look the first pitch, which was above the knees over the plate for Ihe first strike. I wanted to get the sec- ond pitch away from him, but it broke in on him and he swung and missed il. The last pitch was a ball. It started out as a strike, hut [hen it tailed up and rode in on him. I threw him nolhing but fast halls." Montreal scored the winning run when Tim McCarver hit solo homer off Bruce Kison in (he sixth inning, only his sec- ond as a member of the Expos. lite defeat sliced Pitts- burgh's lead over the Mcts to games. New York snapped a three- game losing streak as Jim McAndrew checked the Cubs on three hits and WiHie Mays drove in three runs with his career homer and two sin- gles. Mays lief I the score with a first-inning homer off Ferguson Jenkins, who had pitched two straight shutouts, and added run-scoring singles in Hie third and fifth. "Jenkins usually keeps (lie I Mays said, "but Ihe ball L hit for the home run broke right over the plate and he gave me the same pilch again on my first single." San Dit'go ruined Hill Singer's no-hit hid when Clar- ence GasiUm singled with Iwo out in the seventh and then beat the Los Angeles hiirler on two mil ninth-inning double.1; by NnU> Colbert, Cjislmi ami Ciarry JesLadL Mike I'aldwcll loosed a Four-hit sliutout and fanned Frank Knhmson three times. Tigers., Lolich lose to rookie lly Till-: ASSOCIATED 1'ltKSS Dick Tiilrow was a mo.sl happy fclfow. After nil, n rookie rloe.sn'1 niilpUch Mickey Ixilicfi (Liy. ha.s In lie my Die Cleveland In- dians right-luinrfcr said after hurling a 1-0 beauty al Detroit Tigers Kririny IvOlich, .seeking to become ttic majors' first. winner, was snriillwl with his loth de- feat instead. Detroit's star southpaw was beaten by Frank Duffy's home run in the seventh inning. "ft was a breaking hall up a little bit more than it should Hj've said The loss was the fourth straight and seventh in nine panics for the Tigers, who are still in first place in the Ameri- can league East bccavi.se ttie second-place Baltimore Orioles also continue to lose. The Orioles remained two games behind the Tigers after dropping a 2-0 decision to Bos- ton Red Sox. New York Yankees continued to take advantage of the stum- bling front-runners. The third- place Yankees, eight games he- hind on .Jufy 27, moved within four of the top by beating Mil- waukee fM, Eiscwhcrc, the Minnesota 'Twins stopped the West-leading Oakland Athlntics n-1; (he Chi- cago White Sox trimmed Hie Texas Hangers 3-2 and the Cali- fornia Angels turned back the Kansas City iioyals li-s in II) in- nrnps. Tidrow was UK; ma.ster Kri- day night as he struck out five of the first nine batters. Detroit didn't get a hit until Aurclio Kodrigiien and Gates Brown singled with one out in the fourth. The coo! Cleveland rookie worked out of the jam and allowed just two hits Ihe rest of the way. Marty Tallin stripped Halti- mnre on two hits and Luis Ayia- ricio and tticri Petrocelli each knocked in a run in Boston's victory. Bobby Muj-tcr drilled a grand-slnm homer and scored three runs to lead New York's triumph over Milwaukee. Fritz Peterson went over the .iifXt mark for thr: first lime thi.s sea- son, notching his 12th victory against 11 defeats. Bert Blylcvcn broke a per- sonal four-game losing streak as Minnesota heal Oakland and trimmed the Athletics' kvri in (he West lo games river "hi- cago. The White Sox stripped Texas as Dick Allen socked a run- scoring double in the ninth in- ning. lorn of !he sixth inning for Iliciri only runs, but failed lo do much after that. Marty Maxwell started off the Lakers' attack in the sixlli inn- ing wllh a double and then watched Hob Hoy receive a free trip to first base on a walk. Tim Ncgrcllo followed with a single down the first base line which scored Maxwell from second and pushed Hoy tii third. liernic Sor.nlag came up with the big hit. ripping a double which scored both Roy and Ne- Sonntag tried to stretch his double into a triple on his hit and was easily lagged out al third. Ron Stevens, who loilcd with Milk River in the now defunct Snul hern Alberta Baseball Ixjaguc a few years ago, earned bis mound win giving up nine hils, striking nut eight a n d walking four. DeHocat. who was IT- lievod by Al i-'ercbuk in the sixth frame, was charged with all seven nms as he allowed five hits anil six walks while fanning three. Ferchuk W.VB brilliant In re- lief help as lie gave up only three hits while striking o u 1 four. Itich Meily led the .Jimmies at [tic plate rapping out a double along with a pair of singles while lion Moffat added a tri- ple and a single. Marty Maxwell paced the Lakers v.illi a double antl Iwo singles while Sonntag chipped in wilh a double and a single. KXTHA INMN'CS Flccat was just missing t h c plate by inches and was not really tagged very hard (luring his five-inning slint Howie Heggcdal was caught sleeping on first base anrl was picked off by Stevens, who pulled him- self out of a jam in the second inning umpires were hard to come by last night anrl n spectator was pulled from (he stands to Irtkc care of the first base duties. Jlm rin 7 1-fikers 000 Ml ow- 397 fo cal rtnd Ferc'iuk li) lo Koyals host Medicine Ha'L The Tollbridge Royals will host the Medicine Hat Catalinis in soccer aclion Sunday. The game is set for p.m. at the Civic Sports Centre. Meanwhile the Hnyals will pay a visit to Cranbrook, B.C. and defend their Cranbrook Soccer Tournament title Aug- ust I2-I3. CAPP DON'T Too MANY. PET AN1 TRY TO BEHAVE. VOURSS.F- I RUN OWE AN1 CHANGE? V Thonias asked lo leave piano LOS AKGKLKS (AC) Run- ninj; Duatm Tliumas, rc- porled absent from San Diego liai'iiu-s' Iraininf! camp since a mid-week Iratlc, was ordered off a plane late Friday night in a row with American Airlines fnnncr Dallas Cowlmys star, lia't hi.s lapc recorder on (no loud in llic aircraft a-s il was taxiing down Hie runway. Wlien he wa.s asked to lower tlie volume; and refused, he was ordered ofl Ihe Dallas-bound jel, airline officials said. Thomas then relxxikcd pa.s- snpc to Dallas on a Inter flight. Thomas trader! to San for running bark Mjko and wide receiver Brtly Parks. ELRICH TIRE W L Pet. GEL wards; M-irfctiaf rViOlliU (6] Mc- flrvJ RdO'-r. MHs: Mny 1J-1) FcJwarOl SAD Diego 000 00" 140 Lm Angplet 000 OOU- 040 Caltlwc-ll f i n i sh too far back. "Finally, we broke into the scene in and since that Lime it ha.s taken four people playing their best to win Lhe cup. "No cheap golf; everyone ha.s to be at par or belter." SIMPSONS-SEARS LAST TWO WINNERS OF FREE PASSES TO WINDY CITY HOCKEY SCHOOL MIKE PIETRAMAIA of 3403 6th Avo. N., K an- other happy winner of a frfte at tho Windy City Hockey School. Making tho promotion is Mrs. Loui'xi Blacker of our Sporting De- partment DOUG FROLLICK of 1018 20fh Sr. M. is another happy recipient of n free ot fhe Hockey School. Making Tho preservation is Mr, Kfin Kurtz of our Spoking Goodi Doparlmont. Congrotulorions, Ricky Sera, Dnrr lr- Douq, find to our Fuller oncl Blaine Graf, r No longer can a province .squeak through with a couple of good players shooting par and a couple of not-so-adept hitters "riding on their hacks" with scores five-ami six-over par. Tho change has come not be- cause the lop golf scores have improved hut txicau.se more people ;ire playing par anrl sub- par golf, he satd. All hough play has improved, (he crowds haven't changed much in "It's my opinion the profes- sional game has taken nway a lot of the appeal. People want lo play or watch lop-notch golf on Alexander toyed with the idea of taking up the professional game ]0 or 12 years but decided il impossible. He would have had to go on the United States tour for the money and that left no suilabU? way for him to IKH with his wife and children providing j the youngsters v.ilh an c'lura- tirm. j Hut paradoxically. Alexander j says that had he turner! prnfos- I sionrvl, would have got away from a king of prci'.surr: seldom known on the money circuit. "Ft's different out there play- ing for your province anrl A lot of peopfc Ilitnk of pres- ire in If-rms of FT professional I having to sink ;i M-fool putl on hotp uilh ing in thn halancn. Profes- sionals get lo Mint kind of tension and if tV-y mi.ss it .wl- dnm mfTins finnnrial rli'.astrr, for UTTA Is iLs'ially aroffirr oli.-i'K'e the following week, there are fewer a ma I cur tournaments, a miss means the arnaleur either fades into obscurity nr tins to wtiil until next year. "Money is nol af .'-Inke, hut OH.TC are .some of us whn In- I i e vn money is rot i ho sole measuring slick in lifo. "Some things are measured by Golfers in Ihe Cup, which is followed imme- diately by the Canadian Ama- teur, will he piny ing one of the prettiest sites in Canarhi, he said. But there would likely a few distractions. Across the adjfcccnt (Jlen- more reservoir is an operating histoncfil park. The nof.se from Iho train whistle ami a .steam- powered Ira dor rattle across the water, and "wait until the donkey brays" with some guy leaning over a pull. SUMMER SALE OF 10-SPEED BICYCLES THIS WEEK NEXT WEEK SAVE TuoP THE FOLLOWING WEEK AND SO ON UP TO MORE EACH WEJK Until Alt Bicycles Ara Sold SKI SCENE SPORTS COLLEGE MALL Phons 327-0553 FRIDAY'S RESULTS FtHST JMInnM 100 010 300 I Clncinnali 002 Oil Ql f, 1 Slrjnc, Kollcy Hflnfin f3) Her er ffi) Jnrvis f9-Sl (71 and C.A'iano WiHirtrn-. HAM, Cflrroll (5-3) tintl Bpnch All- F WilIM Cin-fr-rrin SECOND mail MO flCfl 370 OOJ 3 I W.cLftfn McQueen (SI arifl llams; Grimtley 1104) Gulletl and Plumrr.cr HR: 10" 001 A I 0 SI. Lours Qin OW 3 7 1 Reynold-., (VOJ flrflrrJor; lantl .lf) '3 Texai 40 .tW It FRIDAY'S RESULTS Polroif OTO- 0 T Cicvetanrf 000 l 7 0 Lolich flft 7) Sr.htfrnfln IS1 and Frpfhsn; and MR: Clc DiJfy FMftin O 1 1 O-ihl-ind 010 001 1 7 Mlnntieffl oil 100 10x-- J 7 Q Odnm O 4} Horlen (SI (7) and Tennci-; Blyfcvpn (10-U) Grantjer t7) and Borgrnano. MR: OflV-Rudl (13) HOW York Mun- sc-n; F. (J 5) Lell 11} A. '6J Limy Sriinlwr, nn'i F. RodriguDi. MR: Mureer 001 000