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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE UTHBRIOGE HERALD Woilniijclay, Aucjuit 14, 197J At home for second mime of seini-finak Thursday Lakers push Jimmies before dropping opener 9-6 CALGARY (Special) Lclh- briclRo Lakers didn't win Ine opening of tho Alberta Major Baseball League semi- finals with Calgary Jimmies Tuesday But they didn't lay town and piny to the heavily favored league pennant witmers. 'llio Jimmies got 15 hits to hum! the I.akers a 9-3 setback ar.d lake n one game lead in Hie best of three scmi-fiiuil. Tho other semi-final, between Calgary Giants and Kdmontou Leonard, "There Tigers, gels under way Thurs- day evening in Calgary. Lakers will host Jimmies Thursday evening at Hender- son Park at eight o'clock am! according to club president Bob bo no playoff. cxlrn charge for tho game." Tt was rumored lhat the tic- ket prices ma "Some people there wonld had asked if increase, GuHett sharp for Cincinnati Red Sox have their fun Tuesday said Leonard. "Hut Ihcrc dcfl- nctly will not be. The people nt Thursday's game will be the same who have supported us all year. It wouldn't be fair to charge more jusl because wo are in the playoffs." 11 y THE ASSOCIATED PltTSS Boston Red Sox pulled the curtain down on Texas Hangers, but it was nothing like the act they played in the dressing room afterwards. After beating the Hangers 5-0 on John Curtis' three-hitter Tuesday night: Tommy Harper helped play a joke on reporters; Reggie Smith, who hit two home runs, wouldn't talk to anybody: and manager Edilie Kasko was ex- tremclv short Phil Co- lette, recently named coach of he new New York Islanders nchisc in the National Jockey I-eaguc, finally got a Tuesday to .see the )layer around whom he is to mi Id a team. Billy Harris was top prize in he NIIL's amateur draft in June and recently signed with he Islanders who had first crack at his services, But (Joyelte, who played last nr with Buffalo Sabres Eind ew York Rangers, never has hail an opportunity to sec Har- ris perform with1 Toronto Marl- joros of the Ontario Hockey As social! on Junior A Series. I have never seen him he- rore, so I came primarily to sec lim Goyette sairl. oinl.s. Calgary however, hits ibyed throe games to Edmon- .on's The Riders have jusl one win in three starts but in their last a victory over To- ronto Argonauts of the Eastern Conference, they showed the power that has matJc them one of the more formidable teams in Canada for almost a decade. In the cast Ixw Cahill hasn't got enough problems try- ing to sort out the early-season Toronto Argonaut ordeals. He also .Toe Vijuk. Vijuk, the defensive end who already has retired and unrc- tircd from the Eastern Football Conference club this year, was suspended Tuesday on the eve of Argos' game with OUawa Hough Riders tor not showing up at practice Monday. Tho Riders, in addition to their unblemished season's record, carry with them into CNil Stadium the advantage of a riI-7 win over Toronto in a pro-season game hero- Ottawa coach rick G olta spurred his club prior to that game with slogans like "Ite- memiirr remind- ing old ,-md new players alike how Kd Harrington, Ific retired Aigo defensive end, demolished Otl.'iwa tjuarlerl jacks. 'lh'_- r.'ay orkcd to perfection as the Riders steam-rolled over Toronto. lefthander Jeff Deftecal. Third baseman Rob Turner was the offensive standout for the I.akcrs with three safeties Mnrty Maxwell chipped in will a fifth inning double. Calqary ftM OJ1 6 9 2M ffll t is Sonniaij (ft) Malice l and Char Cal gary out EDMONTON (CD Wind sor, Ont., South Canadians ad vancct! lo the A final of tin Canadian Little base ball championship with a 3-: extra inning win over Shcr wood Park, Tuesday night. plays North Vancou vcr .laycccs in the A final toda at G p.m. Sherwood Park dropp ed to the B side in tho five team double knockout tourn, mcnt and plays Glace Bay N.S. Windsor pitcher Gary I.iltl managed an infield single leat ing off the seventh inning an scored with two out on a singl by Rich Derous. Glaco Bay shaded Calgary 3- in an earlier game Tuesday an knocked the Calgarians out tho tournament. H1GOF.ST SEASON EDMONTON Th most successful thorouglibrw fieaKon in thR history of Nortl lands Park ended Tuesday heUinf! for tlays tolalliny Helling last year tolalled This year's daily avci was compared wil In Alouettes grab Eagles5 choice MONTKKAI, (CD Han Yodium, the Ko. 7. draft rliriire ol Philadelphia nf (ho N a t i n n n I Koottmll .signet! Monfrnal Al'itioltcs CM' Uic Canadian Foot- bnll Tcrrrus nf the agreement were not (fi.sclosfil. 'flifi camo n of a; tf) tfic who fell had agreed Ln tcrmA Momifiy wilh I he line- man, pUiycx! last .season with University. lo In snirl Maples' general manafjcr ivic "Wo him over (o (Irrulunlo Uos- pilal lo Ifiko his physiral whifc T prepared Ilie He nover camo hnclf." Bui Yochnm said hn fell h was Ixntter off coming to Mem jiLst think I n I offer from Montreal. It's a fcr tfrtvn and n txsttor o I thai Ui would Ixj a better place lo pla; "We didn'l negotiate a who! lot with Philadelphia. Tlifi fai Is, I Health mister .John Munro has asked c Canadian Olympic Associ- ion lo include 10 athletes on Canadian Olympic team were rejected by the iisso- ation after being selected for lyrnpic competition by the Ca- idian Track and Field ion. A news release from the min- Icr'u office said Mr. Munro ict Monday wilh officials from ie Canadian Olympic Associ- ton and tho Canadian Track and Field Association to try to luivc the athletes included on the learn. The Canadian Track and Field Association recommended 47 athletes for inclusion on tho team but the Olympic associ- ation would accept only 37. "It said by Mr. Munro injustice had arisen duo to the faulty implementation of the .selection procedure of tho Canadian Track and Field As- sociation in picking its team for the release said. ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCOil IATIONAL LEAGUE El it ous tan Angtlei an Franciico an Dtecjo Pel. Ml .542 .513 i WHswi (88) At W.wilrtel 13-7) Mlekro 00101 at Ncvc York Plllshurgh (9-i) at U-i An- gles Sulfon (13-6) SI1. Louis Gibson (127) el San Dieoo Chknrjo Rcuschel f54) al Son FVan- Carrlrhen (3-3) TUESDAY'S Cinclnnall RESULTS 100 WO 1 COO 000 0 Sioir-sDn, GulleM (4-7) (2) and I wikhdl (2-4) (9) and Bale- tlanla 000 000 0 5 1 ew York 011000 5 J 0 Schueler (17) (8) and Willian.v (93) (8> and Dy- er. HRs; (6) Agce "Duiron ooi ow ooi 0-2 a 1 onlreal 000100 010 1-3 11 1 Oltrker, [10-i) Gladding (ID! and Stoneman, (12-3) and Csnnlu URi: Pghliebner LA-Davli Chicago 003 000 5 10 0 San Frantiito 000 134 "7 anrt; (9.3) (7) Jinrt Hund- ley; Markhnl fS-1D) MefAahon f9) nnd Rader. HRs: Chl-Keiilnner (1) Hick- i (13 5F-HendcrJon (U) ox (3) AMERCIAN LEAGUE East L Pet. to ;o .5.55 59 J3 59 52 55 S3 ,M9 i2 SU TODftY'S GAMFS York F'clerior .ni kelson Ryer-icn Wo-xi (id 11) Minnesota Ccrijtn rcrcman I and Perry (IfJM) Onklanrl (15-6) a :ur.llar TUESDAY'S RESULTS fornls 001 OQl 010 ii .400 M3-11) Of Kst> (M) ar Tc-rai flf Chicago (66) et Dcrroll land t 000 010 I- J II D A II mJ Slephcn- ifli MingorJ sin, Kusnyer Dunn Hennirjan (51) (Ifl) and Moi fWAd MR: CTr.....Bftll nosion..... ow oiD iiiti Texai 0 3 I [23) Cox Inrji. HRs (B) Lindbrnd (9) nntl Bill. Boi-R. Smith 010 010 4 T 000 CM 2 7 1 (911) and RtxJrloucr; Drod- 1IR: Chi-An md Her inn. York 000 WO A 1 K.insai 40Q 100 7 11 0 Kckkh, (6) WcOanlel (7) Bceno f9) Gardner Ul> 19) nnii fAunion: SpllftorlF (7) An- flclinl (B) rilrmcrris (B) (C-J) (9) and rV.ay. HR: Wlnneiofa Oil 400 Ml 0007-7 1) 1 Detroit coo on 3oo ooo i-< n i Cochin, Gmr.gtr (7) (7) LaRotfio (2-1) (3) and D rw (i ma nfi; Cftreman, Stherraanni fJl Ponr (7) Scclhach (B) (0-1) Tlcnmcr- nifln (13) and Trechan. HRsi Det- Slanfey (13) G. Drovrn Available In 6 in. dia., 38 It. length B dia., 37, and 70 ft. length! HOLLAR FOR DO LIAR, MAYRATH AUGERS MOVE IT FASHR ANO EASItR. COMPLETE PARTS STOCK DISTRIBUTED BY ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES A SERVICE lit Avt. Jouth ftiortt ar 327-444] LETHBRIDGI BOW ISLAND ;