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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J.JJ Tilt IFTHBR'DCE HERAID Tupldoy, Auguil 29, Mr11igual breaks tic with home run. Andrews' bat mows down Boston Ily TI1K ASSOCIATED 1'KESS Mike Andrews bed- evilled BoMon Red Sox Monday nighl Oakland's Angel Mangual lived up to liis name and kept llic Athletics on tlic heels of (lie Wtule Sox in liasc- ball's American League West. Andrews drove in five runs with a home run and double lo pace I ho While Sox io a C, 4 vic- tory over Boston lied Sox. They remained one-half game in front of Oakland who rallied for five rims in I he seventh inning, three on p'mdi-hiiler Mangual's ill put on Canadian Federation raps playoffs CALGARY (CP> The met- hod used lo select Canada's senior baseball champion needs drastic revision, commissioner Russ Parker of the Alberta Major Baseball League said Monday. He described ihe champion- ship, v.on hist weekend in Cain- rose. Aha., by Saskatchewan's Unity C-rdin.ifs as a "Iravcsly." The form the championship took and the fact each province bad complete control over the selection of its representative were tlie major Haws. You have some prov- inces sending allstar learns and others sending one team which it is allowed to strength- en by adding two or three play- er's. "Alberta fits into the latter category and under this scheme it is virtually impossible for Alberta teams to either win or compote. cd three games while Lhe Mani- toba squad (hey defeated 20-1 in Ihe final played five times in two days. The Canadian Federation of Baseball should make Ihe cham- pionship uniform nationally or scrap it, Parker said, and should question its annual rc- appoinlment of Gerry McKay of Brandon as manager of Can- ada's national team. Parker said MacKay was not involved in baseball this year. np- tlie An improved national chain; ionship should be held and manager of (bo winning team considered for manager of the Canadian team. Parker said he will oppose any loam from the Alberta League competing in future championships unless the for- mat is changed and will oppose provincial all-star teams play- ing in the national final when the Canadian Federation dis- cusses the mailer Ibis fall. lic-brcakiiiR liomcr, and edged L'levehtml Indians 5-4. In (lie only other American Leslie, contest, naltimorc's Jim Palmer blanked Minnesota Twins 2-0 on five hits, pulling Uie Orioles lo one gnino of idle Detroit Tigers in the East Division. There were only three games in the National league. Cincin nati Reds downed Now York Mels 5-2, Pittsburgh Pirates shaded San Diego Padres 5-3 and St. Louis Cardinals de- feated San Francisco Giants 2. Andrews hit his seventh home Orr will play A against Russia personally opposed to a championship involving all- stnr teams. The selection of these tennis usually involves politics and personal favorit- ism." The double knockout form of competition is unfair unless there are four, eight or ]f> teams, he said. The champion Cardinals play- Plan shoot at Cardston The coveted Jerry Gaboon Memorial Trophy goes on the line. Saturday and Sunday at tha annual Cardston Gun Club trap- shoot at the Under Ranch. A ham and bacon shoot Is scheduled Saturday with com- petition for the Gaboon trophy set for Sunday. Winner of tho silverware will be decided on the combined score for (wo events, 50 targets from 16 yards and 50 handicap targets. Merv Knutson of Cut Bank is the de- fending champion, Ciub president Jay Scott looks for a good turnout of shooters. Further information and reservations may be ob- laincd by calling 653-3577 at Cardston. TORONTO osilo, will handle the centre ceremonies at Winnipeg Sept. 6 and Vancouver Sept. 8. Joe Karl picked up the mound win as he bested Frank was relieved by HONDA THE PRICE IS RIGHT! Enjoy Ihe crisp, clear days ol Fall on a Honda. See Ihe completely just arrived ''.-cylinder CB 350 Super Sport trail bikes and a full range of larger motorcycles, all with 4-slroke, overhead cam engines. For extra and c-a-s-y credit, ceo your nearest Honda dealer. THE WORLD'S LARGEST MOTORCYCLE MANUFACTURER_______ run of the .season in the foiuil inning following Dick Allen's double and a hit batsman after Boston starter Sonny Sieber had mowed down the first Chicago batters. Andrews dou bled Iwo more runs across in the sixth and pinch-runner Lui Alvarado then scored on a single by Rich Morales. IIMJI-; HAi'i'rcn Cleveland's Roy Foster hit a two-run homer off Oakland's Vida Blue and Steve Dunning held the Athletics to one hit for six innings before the roof fell in. Matty Alou led off Ihe big seventh with a single, Reggie Jackson walked and the run- ners advanced on Mike Ep- stein's groundnut. Aflcr an in- tentional walk to Sal Bando filled the bases, Ted Kubiak's sacrifice fly delivered one run and Gene Tenaee's game-tying single chased Dunning. Mangual (hen slammed an (V-2 pitch from Mike Kilekenny, of Bradford, Ont., far over the left field fence, Riving Oakland jusl enough runs lo withstand a two- run homer by Graig Nettles in the ninth. Baltimore's Palmer got tho only run he needed on Don Baylor's homer in the fifth and breezed to his 18th triumph. NOLAN RETURN'S Cincinnati's Gary Nolan making his first slarl in 20 days after suffering from muscle irritation in his neck and shoulder, limited the Mel.' lo one hit in the six innings he worked and picked up his first' victory since July 13. George Foster hatted for No- lan in the sixth and doubled lo ignite a four-run inning that broke up a scoreless duel against rookie Brent Strom. Willie Stargcll walloped a pair of two-run homers to spark Pittsburgh past San Diego. The Padres made it close with back-to-back solo homers by Leron Lee and Nate Colbert in the ninth. Rookie Don Durham burled his first complete game as the Cardinals teat the Giants ami sent straggling Juan Marichal to his 15th loss in 20 decisions. Lou Brock tcefl off on Marichal for a leadolf homer in the first inning and Luis Mclendez ripped a two-run double. COUNTRY CLUB CHAMPS Lclhbridge Office Furni lure dominated play in the Country Club Golf League this season as they captured ihe league 1itle as well as the firs! division playoffs. Team members include; front row (left 1o right) Dnve Hughes, Barry Kimmery Stan Worboys (sponsor) and Art Green. Back row Dan PeTers, Bornta Sonntog, Mark Grant, Don Wilson, Jack Von Schaik and Ike Jones. Missing from picture are Jim Freel Jr. and Gordie Hopkins. Leads EFC in pass receptions Eben shines while Argos TORONTO (CM Flanker Mike Ebcn is one Toronto Argo- rant who could hardly he blamed for the club's winless condition in the first four games of the 1972 Canadian Football league season. Despite playing the last game against Winnipeg Blue Bombers with a case of pneumonia lo slow him down, Eben remained the Argos' top pass-calcher and now leads Ihe Eastern Foot- EASTERH CONFERENCE TD C FG S l conference with 17 recep- .ions for 212 pjben's record, however, is about the only bright point lhat shows up for the Argos in this week's ClrL statistics. A year ago, the Argos ted a record of four wins and one Orcjan, O Sunler, H Ccfiey, H Gabriel, H Kenlcy, H VfESTERFl CONFERENCE loss while halfback Leon McQuay led the F.l'C rushing department, with SCO yards and the scoring with six touchdowns for 36 points. This year, the v.-hole Argo team lias scored only three touchdowns. Dave Buchanan of Hamilton Tiger-Cats continue to lead the EFC rushers and now has 479 yards in III carries while George Heed of Saskatchewan Roughriders leads the Wcatcrr Conference with 417 yards in tries. Mack Hcrron of Winnipeg nine Bombers, the WFC's lead' ing scorers, is also close behind Heed in the rushing department v.ith 401 "ards in ea carries. Gerry Shaw of Calgary Stampcders is the leading pass receiver in the West with 32' yards gained on 23 receptions. Rookie quarterback Chuck Kalcv is the Kt'C's leadini is i passer. He has completed 33 o 18 {57 pass attempts for 025 yards Is I Veteran Ron Lancascr of Sas High-priced quarterback for sale leads the West with yards gained on 86 com- Iclions in 148 attempts. Lancaster also leads tlie scorins leaders: 1 Wilson (1C 0 BflPT (57) (12-10) JOMDftY'S RESULTS York 000 000 4 innaD 000 (m J 'tun 10-7) Rfluth OJ and Dyerr rn (H-3> Hall f7t nnri Plumr MY Milrrtr Cin T J) (81. an Diego Ml OW J 'ilflhurgh f'tW 311 i CaldAcFI Ac (6> Seven. Ft) and Ko nil All; f 10-31 fJ) nnd fAcDowelf f3) 17) enrt Durham" a moni. MR: SL Brock TODAY'S GAMES Tc'fli f 5) Ec ,1 iltw York Kllno IMS) imore Cucilar (13-H) Pejvy (U-Iti) Lolkh {15-10) California (5-10) MONDAY'S RESULTS 000 013 010- 1 7 ft Mlnntiola "W OW 0 i 3 Palmer (18-A) and (11-13) siricHand R' v Chl-Ar.drr.vt OW Kfl 000 5 J 0 g Kilkenny Cl Tar.npr Knortlc-, ffl) I ctdrr Tcnace. HRi: (3) captures Jeagno lillc f'DM v rni Ihf, InilirJrial Slow Pitrh tide roccnMy by edging Uivcr.tork Supplies in the championship final. The CUM sfjiiad went through tho eight team play-off scries with a 4-1 record while- second- placo finishing sported a 32 record. 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