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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 Till MfHAlP Friday, Auouil II, Yankees ground in cast division with, victory ox, Athletics settled nothing in 17 innings Ity Trti; ASSOCIATKO 1'KKSS After a long night's journey Into IfMloy, Cl ;nul Oakland luilliing in began Thursday night in I [mimed one-half game nhcml of laud was Misruled early tcxkiy at ;K! jiftor 17 innings. Athletics settled j 'Hie flame will resume tcmijdit and be followed by Ilio second gnnio cif tlie crucial series. Ktsewhere, Detroit Timers re- Tin- baltlc for first place that twice Li'tbhruUic Lakers will be n( i firsl ei Currently imc name hack of Ihe Klks in Ihe brittle the fourth iind final playoff borlli in the Lakers and Klk.s uiil settle the issue tliis svt'L'kend. at eisjlit while Sunday they meet in the top of the 13th, lead- ing off with n triple and scoring Inter on Bob Locker's wild pilch. Hut Angel M Lingual tut a one- onL double in the botlotn of the KUIi for the Athletics and scored on pinch hitter Gene Tc- nace's two-out single off Steve Koakiy. Both teams all but depleted Iheir .supply of pitchers in (ho first 17 innings of the the game, with Oakland using eight and Chicago six. The Athletics used 21 of Ihelr available players, all except pitchers Vichi Blue anrl Jim Hunter. nic .struggling Tigers Dif- fered tht'ir si.xth defeat of the season whnn tho Yankees pushed a fourlivinning run against Joe Col email Bobby Murcer'.s double, an in- field out nml Johnny Callison's two-out infield hit. Generals take lead M and K Generals .scored a narrow 7-f> victory over the Labor Club Thursday as tho City Men's Fastball League playoffs got under way at Dave Elton. Tom Yip, In relief of starlo: Kaye Elliott, was tho George Jackci went tho dis- tance and took tho loss for the Club. Mike Slavich paced the win- ners with a home run and n single. Tom Tomura chipped in with a triple and single. Carpenter managed n double and a single for the Labor Club while Harry Nagata added three singles. M and K will meet Lcth 1 niching .Steve Klino am! Sparky Lyle, who posted his save. Baseball may lie a game of inches for some, but it's si ill a mailer of feet for Harry Walker. "We're close enough in the National League West race so thai Cincinnati can hear the pit- ter-patter of our little says the Houston Astros man- ager. "Close enough" i.s games behind I fie a cu- lihorious position at this time of tho seasont but certainly not suicidal. "Anything cnn Walker said after his Astros fented Atlanta Braves 94 while the Jleds were losing lo Los An- geles Dodgers G-2. Tho Dodgers also chopped a game off their third-place posi- tion in the West. They now .stand ]Q games behind Cincin- nati. "J'm not giving up on thi.s .said the Dodger man- ager Walt Alston. "After all, were further back at this !imn last year." Tho Dodgers last season closed with a rush and wound up losing the West pennant by one game to San Francisco Gi- hriflge Hotel Tuesday at seven o'clock in the next game of the playoffs. PUBLIC NOTICE PLUMBING SUPPUES NOW AVAILABLE FOR RETAIL SALES AT (DISCOUNT PRICES) NEUDORF PLUMBING HEATING LTD. BLANKED In the only other game ot starter j Thursday, Chicago Cubs ripped 5 winner. Montreal Expos S-0. Tommy Holms, wbo played ffjr Cinc-mnali last year, pro- vided a big li'L in Houston's vic- tory Thur.srlay night. His two- run triple; cappcfl a three-run rally in Ihc seventh inning that broke a 6-6 lie. The Astros scored five runs in Ihc linn! inning, then lost a ii-3 lend in tho fifth when Mike Lurn hit a three-run homer for Atlanta to .set the stage for Helms hit pa.st a diving Du.sty Hii'icer in centre field. The IJtxlgers used Willie 1 big night to beat j Cincinnati. He had Four hits anri knocked in four runs. j Crawford was riding (ho 1 lifiurh willi a .2Jfi average ami 1; had only onn; hit in h's la.st Ifl bcforo TVmrsrJny nit'hi. 1 OSTKKV HCIJ1 i Osteen, with eighUvin- relief help from Jim won bis 13th game. He only the third hanrfrr lo the Reds this Dosigneri 1811 2nd A of oil plumhinq ami operated by ABE NEUDORF Ph. 323-2533 ''We're still not hilt ing and nut gelling a whole lot of produclion now out of our long ball men." liilly drove In hvo nms with a hases-loiulctl single in a five-run fifth itminj; ;is Clii- dcfonlrd Montreal. Wil- liams career llfils now stand al to move him Into second place iKhlnd Kruio Hanks on the all-lime Cuh lisl. GATHERING OF GREATS Baseball Hall of Famer Joe DiMaggio looks en as PGA champion Gory Player marks his scoro after second round of (he annual Westchesler Classic m Harrison, N.Y. Wirepholo) Some WE for rtwligument KANSAS CITY CAP) Ma- jor league baseball's bigwigs began lo wresllc twfay with the of possible roaliRn- inent of Uio Amorirnn EtnrJ Na- tional leagues. change? Some club owners favor rc.i- and some arc il. N'ohorly exactly how much support there is for or against the proposal. A commitLcc, namorl (Hiring Race results fCP) rciult! c-ri MorU-l-inrJ; Park Thursday: FIRST r-.l-iirriing. year rlri S furlongs Royal Hcrsuquards 670 W 3.10, Its Hap-pening [Kirjlir.'j] S.iU 3 -10, (Lcvine) 3.50. Time Mini, Bucking Callim tfiih !o ran. SECOND Shi'A 3 year okb, 7 (ur- ivfr 70 ChinoH Haydn (Pholan) A.SO 3 70, Roy. sell? (irida) T IQ. Ji Chjfio's Lynn, Gay Grin, Counl Dirk, DAILY DOUBLE tlT.J9 THIRD 4 year ofdi rtn'J up, 7 iurlonrjs 310, Royal TrafNr. 13 iy> 8 00, A'liiS Terc-sa E 3 3-S On, Never 7co Soon, Beauco, Roman Scticlar, alio ran. OUINELLA til.JO FOURTH claiming, -i ar.d up. FIFTH r.hirnini, 3 Trr EXACTOR 191.58 SIXiTJI NEiJKO SHEET MiTAL LTD. AUTHORIZED DEALER fOR ich'Jl 3..10, rnc Canadian Arcfic, Gypsy EIGHTH (lalrning, 4 year olds and 7 furlongs Srnooftt F.dge (Shields) fi.DO Ouillfltion f Inclo) t.tA Silver (HamilU 6.JO. Tims 4-5 Kaysuccor, Duchess IMn, Rubella, O'er ran. QUINELLA tlS.SO Quick wn ASR-CONDITiONRRS HEATERS FREE ESTIMATES and by KAZ TOMOMITSU 181 1A ?nd ________________ Ph. 32S-02S6 Cinr-lnruiti mnnagcr Sparky tlinuyht it uas tiie not .rcn ir> a smart Aqilfrson, "hill I really itfn'l (fiink lie best us loniyhf. 7O CANADA'S BLSI I llylo for all your SlecV Hy tfrnin looth ItC O oth. bin in Open All Doy WotJnestlov Thun. rintl fri. lilJ 9 P.m. CAMM'S -103 5lh Strncl S. i Also NKLKON, B.C. fCP) Cam- clian hoavyweii'ijL clianipion George Chuvalo entered the ring at 10 pounds over his regu- lar fighting weight and stopped challenger Tommy Burns will] a technical knockout at of the first round of a non-title fight Thursday night. About boxing paid more lhan to watch llic bout which was scheduled to go ]2 rounds. The 34-ycar-olrl champion battered the tjtiranked local boy with a combination of hooks (o Ihe body and head. Bums was knocked down Ihrce times he- fore referee Dave of Vancouver ended it. Hums also lost to the chunky Toronto fighter at Hamilton in 10711, at of the sixth round. After the fight, Burns, 3R, said he is quitting boxing but will promote the sport in this cily. The 220-pound champ was guaranteed and Hurns picked up fur their Iwn- minute cffnrf. who wcighrd In nf 22fl1ij pounds, Brown .shouldn't hme .slnpprd Ihe fight ho wasn't hurt- "If he wasn't hurl, he had holl r.i a good said Chn- valo. the stnnmer haschall meetings which ended Thursday, will spend the next four months studying the issue. It consist of commissioner Bowie Kuhn and presidents Joe Cronin of the American fxague and Charles (Chub) Fecney of the Nationals. The commidee will report to the owners at Ihe winter meet- ings in December in Hawaii. The two proposals call for splitting the leagues into either Ihrec eight-dun leagues or four six-club leagues. Owner .Jerold Hoffhcrger of Baltimore Orioles, presidents William Barlholomay of At- lanta Braves and Calvin Griff- ith of Minnesota Twins and general manager Dick O'Conncll of Boston Red Sox lean toward some sort of re grouping. Opposition has been ex- pressed by Joe Brown, presi- dent of PitUshurgli I'irales, and Spec Richardson, general man- ager of Houston Astros. COSTS IlEMJCKn Cartholomay saitl there arc "a .'ot of things to be said in favor of realignment." "It would help to reduce- (ravel costs and eliminate Ihe problem of broadcasts and telecasts from Ihe west coast starting so late." Kuhn said his cormniltce also would look into two proposed changes, submitted by the At- lanla club but later withdrawn, in Ihe format rif Hie champion- sliip playoff system leading up lo Ihe World Kerils. die proposal would provide for n series between first-ant! second-place teams in each di- vision ami (lie other (or a play- off field consisting of the two division champions plus (he two other (cams with (he highest pc-rcenlagc regardless of their division. Tlif owners rejcdwl a hid for a full frnnrhiso fnr the Loui- siana Suncrilornr: in Or- leans Marling in They ,-ilst, luriifd down New Orleans' re- 'im-sl for 10 nnjor learns lo play homo games each in Ihc flO.OOO-.seat stadium now unrlcr construc- tion. KAWASAKI BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIALS RED HOT PRICES August J to September 8 F6 Reg. Now LETHBRIDGE KAWASAKI 13lh ST. one! HARDIEVILIE RD. PHONE 327-6117 CLOSED MONDAY. OPEN DAItY 1 AM. TO 6 CM ______ THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 1 AM. TO 9 P.M. A domed park for Edmonton? EDMONTON Gladding (5) (ind Edwards; Schulcr, O- 6) f3) (7) and MR; All-Lum LEAGUE LEADERS Grit ft It Pel. 78 1J? .352 ,311 BS .333 Ccdeno, M B. Mo1a, LA Bafcer, AH Oarr, All .......375 A? .37? Sangulilon, pgh 37? iifl .330 S1L 42 .320 Slnrgcll, Pgh 3-10 SS 107 JIS Lee, 5D Jsi 35 79 .315 Brock, S1L 137 .314 Homo runs: Colbert, San Dlegp, 31; tarrjell ?7. Runs balled m; Slargell B9j Pitching (eight Nolan, Clncinnall. 133. Marshall, Treal, 103, Cerlton, Philadelphia, 18-4, .750, ew York oslon leveland GBL V4! Wes .515 .4J7 .356 .6? H Chicago ........M a Kansas 50 54 California ......46 SB .........41 A4 TODAY'S GAMES f Ai Iwa J- 9 York Kckkh M. Bwifon Me G lot hen at llnr Cit alllm Nchon (44) al Ttxsi Hand ff Cl'-'vi-Und Dunning (1-1) at Detroit Scclhach (B-4) tJ. Chicago Lcmrxids fl-41 at Oahler.i Hunlcr (U-5) N. Mlnnc-sotd (11-9) At Wfighl CI7i) II. THURSDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore .'-00055 ft 10 A Milwaukee 000 001 1 5 1 Pftlincr (15-i) and FfcJicharren; Rv- erson (3-4) and Redrawn. Dtfroil 000 050 flew York 100 1 S l Colemnn Schermfln fa) and limif Kline (1D-4) Lyle (P) and Mun- MJanesotA .010 M3 1 I 1 California IJO W J a Ccrhin SlrirVilanfl (7> Dorq- mann; (S-ft) and HRi: Cal-Koico [6) WicfAullcn LEAGUE LEADERS AB Rudl, Oak 415 Scheinbluni, KC C i n 305 Berry, Cal in D. Allftn, Chi 3'jl Tiik-, FiDS 269 Plniclls, KC KC R )f Per. 7 134 323 41 9i .314 41 l Cf? 30T C. Chi 31 111 301 Ai 107 .377 43-4, V; L T F A PH Conlcn AvaiFable in 6 In. dia., 38 ft. lenglh 8 In. dia., 56, 63, and 70 ft, OOLUR FOR DOLUR. HUGtRS MOVE If COMPLETE PARTS STOCK DISTRIBUTED BY ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SAlfS 4 SERVIC! LETHBRIDGE BOW ISLAND ;