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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, July 1, 1971 Pinson sinks Orioles with home run By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The on-again, off-again race in the American League East is on again. Bico Petrocelli of Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Indians' Vada Pinson provided the latest FIRST WINNERS OF TROPHY - Alvin Teitz, left, accepts the Frank Miles Memorial trophy from Roy Miles Wednesday after the Royals won the exhibition soccer game in-memory of Mr. Miles 9-1. Peter Durrans scored four times for the Royals as they downed a team of former stars in the first annual game. 4,000 at Raymond Stampede Rocky shows them how By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Rocky Rockabar, the veteran Medicine Hat cowboy, came away the big winner at the Raymond Stampede and Race Meet 10 SPEED SPORT BIKES A streamlined racing bike with plenty of go and (park-ling chrome. Multiple gearing makes riding faster and easier for touring, for racing, or for just fun-cycling. SEE THE KING OF 10 SPEEDS CARLTON CRITERIUM Super lightweight alloy English � m m Qr racing I#%Z1,'J bike ........ IU"f Other 10 Speeds by Such Names As-  PEUGEOT  C.C.M.  GITANE  PHILLIPS  RALEIGH  MONSHEE All 10 speeds are set-up, adjusted and serviced properly. Includes free adjustments for 60 days. _ __.95 AS --- LOW AS 79 9 We Take Trades Be sure to pick up your brochure and application form for the Windy City Hockey School! BERT & MACS CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3221 Open Thursday and Friday Till 9 p.m. "Serving South Alberta For Over 35 Years" over the Dominion Day holiday. Rockabar showed the 4,000 fans at Canada's oldest rodeo he's still one of the best around as he took home the high point trophy, donated by Herb's Western Wear of Lethbridge, as well as the saddle bronc and bull riding honors, Rockabar's 68 in the saddle event was five points better than Doug Void, of DeWinton, and Wilf Hyland of Surrey, B.C. who tied for second. The only other rider to complete a ride was DeLynn Bingham o� Card-ston. He marked a 60. Only two bull riders stuck to the backs of their animals for the full eight seconds. Rockabar garnered 71 points, enough to beat out the only other successful rider, Phil Lyne. Lyme had 68 points. Lyme, of George West, Texas, is the current leader in the race for the world calf roping and all around titles. He placed third in yesterday's roping at Raymond. Of 13 bareback riders, only Dale Trotter and Lynn Jensen turned in successful rides atop the tough Kesler bucking stock. Trotter, present Canadian bareback champion, took first place money with a ride of 74, 10 points better than Cardston's Jensen. Arnold Haraga, Skiff, current Canadian all around champion, took the calf roping honors. Haraga put the wraps on his animal in 11.6 seconds to beat out Dale Rose, Medicine Hat, and Buzz Peth of Washington, who tied for second with a time of 12.5. Another Washington cowboy, Chuck Boatwright, grabbed off first place money in the steer wrestling. Boatwright bull dogged his animal in 6.9 seconds to easily beat out Lynn Jensen who finished second with a time of 12.7. Jack SVillivan's time of 15.7 seconds was good for third. Vicky Mandeville, Lethbridge, toured the barrels in the time of 17.3 seconds and captured the ladies barrel race honors. Dorothy Nielson, Glenwood and Kay Doering of Oregon tied for second with a time of 17.6 seconds. The wild horse race went to Coaldale's Ron Chizmazia while rMoore's Esso Service Cor. 3rd Ave. and Mayer Magrath Driv OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE  Imperial Oil Products  lc�  Stereo Tapes  Garden Supplies Ammunition Atlas Products Bar-B-Q Supplies DONT FORGET - WE HAVE i Fishing Licences  Tackle  Live Bait PROPANE BOTTLES FILLED MOORE'S ESSO SERVICE Corner 3rd Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive Phone 327-1046 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Licensed Mechanic On Duty Monday thru Friday. Tom Hickert won the toy's steer riding. Doug Void scored a 67 to take the amateur saddle bronc event, finishing ahead o'c Del Healy, Calgary. Healy had a 54. Meanwhile, another Southern circuit rodeo was under way at Bassano, with Rocky Rockabar also picking up some first place money there. Rockabar took the bull riding with a mark of 72 and finished third in the saddle bronc competition. Doug Void won the saddle bronc riding while Lynn Jensen took top money in the bareback bronc riding. Calf roping honors went to Terry Rider with Jimmy Gladstone coming in second. Rider had a winning time of 9.9 seconds. Wes Zieffle threw his steer to the ground in 4.7 seconds to win that event finishing ahead of Jack Sullivan. The ladies barrel race went to Julie Chase. The feature race of the Raymond five-race program was the fourth race, the Businessman's Derby. A horse owned by M. Bourne, called Cehonful-la, with B. Wittiech up, finished first and took home the blanket donated by Allan and Ron Heg-gie. Another Bourne horse, Flume, captured the fifth race of the meet. Bill West saw his horse, Neds Hood, capture the first race of the day. The second race was won by Baager Flyer, owned by Rufus Goodstriker and the third race went to Vi Meil's horse, Ky Eternal. BEHIND THE CHUTES . . Randy Yule took the top honors in the pony race . . . The rodeo was unusual, in that a number of injuries were sustained by the competitors and also a race horse ... the race horse, after hitting the rail, came away with a badly battered right fore leg while his jockey, Rod Yule was taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg . . . Dale Rose, a bull rider, was struck in the face as he fell off his bull and was rushed to the hospital with a badly shattered nose ... an amateur saddle bronc rider, Jerry Scott, was carried off on a stretcher after his horse pinned him against the chute gate on the way out . . . The Lethbidge Community College equestrian drill team performed prior to intermission ... rodeo announcer was Bill Holt of Lolo, Montana. Baltimore skid puts Red Sox closer ups and downs Thursday night with ninth-inning home runs that pulled Boston within 2V� games of Baltimore Orioles. Petrocelli's homer, a three-run shot with one out in the ninth, sent the Red Sox winging BLOODY VICTOR Halifax (CP) - Canadian featherweight boxing champion Rocky MacDougall of Sydney, N.S. retained his title here Thursday night when he scored a bloody 12-round split decision over former champion Billy McGrandle of Edmonton. JTISH ARE LIKE people. They get set in their ways and don't like to make changes. Patterns of life are rigorously followed until something forces a change in habits. This human - like trait leads to some drastic differences in fish behavior during the hot weeks of summer. The normal ways of fishing usually don't produce during summer doldrums, yet many anglers stick to their set habits and give up fishing until the weather and the water cool. By calling it quits they're probably missing some good fishing. What they should do is change their habits along with the fish. To begin, start getting out on the lake before the sun comes up, be there again when it goes down. Skip the hot hours in between. Fish will change what they eat, too. Summer is the time of insects - grasshoppers, crickets, ants and a multitude of other delectible (to fish, of course) foods. Artificial lures will be passed up in favor of these natural foods. A third consideration is where to fish. Since the supply of natural food is most abundant in shallow water, that is where the action will be for many species. Live baits and shallow water dictate a change in fishing methods. The situation calls for" light-weight fly or spin casting tackle, with light lines and fine wire hooks. FISHING IMPROVED considerably in a majority of the southern Alberta water impoundments during the past week. Tyrrell's Lake wasn't hot, but there was action throughout the day on most days. A five-pound three-ounce rainbow was taken out of Gold Springs Provincial Park southeast of Milk River. There was action on most beaver dams and lakes in Waterton Lakes National Park. In the Pass country, streams are still high but clearing nicely. Congratulations in order for nine-year-old Jonathan Hofer of Stirling. It may have taken his brother to help him land the HVz - pound pike out of Cross Coulee Reservoir, but it was quite a feat nevertheless. Coaldale Fish and Game Association is holding another family camp-out July 3rd and 4th. It's tn be the first campsite on the Northwest Branch of the Oldman River north of Coleman. The fish derby ends at noon on Sunday. FRANK SOMERVILLE, supervising fish and wildlife officer for southern Alberta has issued the following release: This is to advise that we do not believe there is any cause for concern over the recently reported mortality of rainbow trout in Reesor Lake in the Cypress Hills Provincial Park. It now appears that very few fish were affected by the "die-off" and there should be no apprehension involved in utilizing fish for domestic consumption if the trout appear to be healthy. It is not advisable that any fish in apparent distress, or showing obvious signs of disease, be consumed in any waters, however. We will continue our observations on Reesor Lake and should any further problems arise the public will be notified as soon as possible. It is, however, very difficult to diagnose fish mortalities as these can be extremely variable and may result from a variety of conditions. Since the mortality in Reesor Lake was minor it does not appear that a major problem exists and anglers should not be detered from fishing. past Detroit Tigers 8-7, about one hour after Pinson's blast with two out in the ninth gave the Indians a 3-2 conquest of the Orioles. Boston's latest upswing has put new fire into the race. The same can't be said in the West where Kansas City Royals beat California Angels 7-2 and still stand 9% games behind i>, idle leaders, Oakland Athletics. In other games, Washington Senators trimmed New York Yankees 3-1 and Chicago White Sox stopped Milwaukee Brewers 6-4. HIT BY PITCH Petrocelli's 12th homer into the upper left field deck came after Luis Aparicio was hit by a pitch and Reggie Smith singled, and marked the second time in the final two innings Boston came from behind. Two runs had pulled the Sox even 5-5 in the eighth. But Detroit went right back ahead on run-scoring singles by Dick McAuliffe and Al Kaline in its half of the inning. Then Petrocelli sent the Red Sox winging again, only one week after they had fallen eight games behind the Orioles and appeared lost. Meanwhile, the Orioles sank to their sixth defeat in eight games after appearing to have things well in hand as Jim Palmer took a 2-0 lead, into the eighth on Frank Robinson's homer and Don Buford's run-scoring single off Sam McDowell. But Frank Baker doubled in two runs with two out to tie the game in the eighth, and then Pinson unloaded. Palmer, who struck out 13, and McDowell, who fanned 11, each left after eight innings. It rained on the Pittsburgh pitching parade, but the Pirates, who had yielded 54 runs in their nine previous games, blanked New York Mets 3-0 Thursday on the combined efforts of four pitchers in a game that was delayed a total of an hour and 16 minutes and ended up as a twilight affair. The victory-his 11th straight and 13 in 16 decisions-went to Dock Ellis, the tender-elbowed right-hander who was knocked out by the second rain delay after five innings. In other National League action, Cincinnati Reds swamped Philadelphia Phillies 5-1 in a night game that was delayed by rain, San Francisco Giants' edged St. Louis Cardinals 8-7, Atlanta Braves took Montreal Expos 7-3 and Los Angeles Dodgers nipped s a n Diego Padres 2-1. The Pirates' five-hit victory, in which Willie Stargell drove in his 80th run of the season, lifted them to a three-game lead over the Mets in the NL East. "His elbow hasn't been real strong the last three or, four times out, so I had to lift him after the second delay," Mur-taugh said of his removal of Ellis, who gave up two hits. Jim Nelson relieved Ellis and ran into trouble when the Mets loaded the bases on two singles and a walk with two out. Nelson Briles marched out of the bullpen to end the inning. The rain delay came at Philadelphia in the third inning after Willie Montanez homered for the Phillies. When play resumed it was all Cincinnati, with the Reds getting Jim McGlothlin all the runs he needed with two in the fourth. Minor ball roundup The Expos moved into the Senior Little League "A" finals by trimming the Comets 8-6 Wednesday night. Greg Graham fanned eight beating Brian Maxwell on the mound for the Comets. Myles Fox and Wes Tuttle stroked two singles apiece while LETHBRIDGE LACROSSE ASSOCIATION SATURDAY, JULY 3rd - 7:00 p.m. ADAMS ICE CENTRE CAIGARY BRAVES SATURDAY, JULY 3rd - 8:30 p.m. ADAMS ICE CENTRE LETHBRIDGE NATIVE SONS vs TABER EBONY HAWKS SUNDAY, JULY 4th - 2:00 p.m. ADAMS ICE CENTRE LETHBRIDGE LANCERS vs CALGARY BRAVES ADMISSION TO ALL GAMES IS SILVER COLLECTION Come and See Canada's National Game! Kim Speelman managed a double. Maxwell belted a home run and a single in a losing cause while Keith Miyashiro poked out three singles and Cliff Miyashiro two singles. In Norcrest Farm League action the Bears bombed the Cougars 12-4. Larry Erdos hammered a double and single while Ross Erickson chipped in with four singles. At Lakeside, the Angels trounced the Canucks 11-0 behind David Watson's no-hitter. T. VIskosky suffered the loss. Alex Gepneris slammed three doubles to aid Watson while Blake Tillitson chipped in with two singles. Harvie Pocza fired' a no-hitter as he led the Angels to a 17-1 romping over the Twins in Lakeside Little League action. Tim Hisako suffered the loss. Alex Gepneris pounded a grand slam home run and a double for the Angels while Pocza and Lyle Sketting each stroked a double and a single in the lop - sided affair. In Norcrest Minor Baseball the Tigers outlasted the Bobcats 16-10 behind Darren God-salve who won over Mitch Trentini. Bruce Olsen belted two triples and the same number of singles to lead the Tigers hitting attack while Godsalve aided his own cause with a triple and a single. Les Smolnicky managed a rouble and two singles for the Bobcats and Calvin Fuller three singles. What Makes A Hockey Player? FIND OUT AT THE WINDY CITY HOCKEY SCHOOL ADAMS ICE CENTRE - AUG. 9-22. 2Vi houri ice lime per day, excellent instructional films, in-depth lectures, daily chalk talks, extensive physical education training and a professional coaching staff. Enroll now to avoid disappointment. Limited enrollment still avail* able. WINDY CITY HOCKEY SCHOOL 1022 HENDERSON LAKE BLVD. PHONE 327-8649 SACK IN A SEC, GAFFER -I'M JUST FOPPIN* bOWN TO THE-3ETTIN' SHOP ANDY CAPP 'ELLOjTOM,., ER, BV THE WW, THERE'S I A VACANCV ON THE TEAM F1 A FORWARD WHO CAN STAY COOL AN' CALM^j--IUHOER GREAT PROVOCATION-,^3 ISO fit FT ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES East W L Pet. GBL .. 50 29 .633 - .. 45 30 .600 3 . 39 36 .520 9 .. 40 39 506 10 . 31 46 .403 18 .. 29 45 .387 1 West .. 51 29 .638 - . 44 35 .557 6Vi .. 37 39 .487 12 .. 39 45 .464 14 . 37 44 .457 141/j .. 28 52 .350 23 NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh .. New York ... Chicago ...... St. Louis .. ... Philadelphia .. Montreal ... San Francisco Los Angeles .. Houston ..... Atlanta ..... Cincinnati .... San Diego ... TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia Reynolds (1-2 and Wise (8-5) at Montreal Stoneman (9-7) and Morton (7-9) twl-nlght Atlanta Reed (7-6) at New York Williams (3-2) N Pittsburgh Moose (6-4) at Chicago Jenkins (11-7) Cincinnati Nolan (6-7) at Houston Dlerker (10-4) N St. Louis Gibson (4-7) �t San Francisco Stone (5-6) N Los Angeles Sutton (7-6) it San Diego Klrby (6-5) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS Atlanta ......H2 010 004- 7 11 1 Montreal .... 010 100 010- 3 8 5 * Stone, Niekro (8-7) (8) Upshaw (9) and Didier, King (9); Stroymayer,-Marshall (1-5) (8) Reed (9) and Bate-man. HR: Mt-Bailey (9). St. Louis ..... 202 011 Ml- 7 14 0 San Francisco 060 012 oox- 8 15 2 Santorlnl, Zachary (2-6) (2) Drab-owsky (6) Shaw (7) and McNertney; Bryant, Robertson (5) McMahon (6-3) (6) Hamilton (7) Johnson (9) and Healy. HRs: SL-Torre (13) Brock (4). Pittsburgh .... 000 011 001- 3 18 1 New York .. . .000 000 000- 0 5 2 Ellis (3-3) Nelson (6) Briles (6) GI-ustl (7) and Sangulllen; Koosman (4-6) Sadeckl (6) McGraw (0) and Grote. Cincinnati .... 000 212 000- 5 11 1 Philadelphia . 010 008 too- 1 4 1 McGlothlin (4-5) and Bench; Bunnlng (5-W Champion (6) Wilson (9) and McCarver. HR: Pha-Montanez (15) Los Angeles .. 000 020 ooo- 2 9 1 San Diego .... 811 800 000- 1 5 2 Sutton (8-6) and Ferguson; Norman (0-3) Miller (9) and Barton. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS New York 4 Pittsburgh 0 Atlanta 6 Montreal 5 Philadelphia 7 Cincinnati 4 Chicago Los Angeles 5 San Diego 2 San Francisco 1 LEAGUE LEADERS 311 290 Torre, StL ... . Davis, LA ... . Brock, StL ... . Beckert, Chi ... Garr, All..... Pepltone, Chi .. Clemente, Pgh Mlllan, Atl ... . L. May, Cln ... Cash, Pgh ... . Home runs: Stargell, Pittsburgh, 28; Aaron, Atlanta, 22. Runs batted In: Stargell, 80; Aaron, 61. Pitching 9 decisions: Gullett, Cincinnati, 9-2, .818; Ellis, Pittsburgh, 13-3, 813. AB R H Pet 308 50 114 .370 308 52 113 .367 57 107 .344 45 99 .341 , 332 58 110 .331 218 30 72 .330 269 42 88 .327 306 39 98 .320 , 252 39 80 .317 262 48 83 .317 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Baltimore Boston ... Detroit' ... Cleveland . New York Washington W L Pet. GBL 47 29 .618 - .587 .545 2'A 5'A 44 31 . 42 35 36 41 35 43 28 47 .373 16'A .468 llVa .449 13 West . 50 26 . 39 34 ..38 39 .658 .534 .494 35 46 .432 31 42 .425 17Vi 31 43 .419 18 12Vi 17Vj Oakland ... Kansas City Minnesota . California . Chicago ... Milwaukee... TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Odom (4-3) at California Clark (1-0) N Chicago Johnson (4-6) at Kansas City Spllttoroff (3-1) N Minnesota Kaat (5-7) at Milwaukee Krausse (3-11) N Baltimore McNally (12-4) at Detroit Lollch (11-6) N Washington Bosman (5-9) at Cleveland Hand (1-4) N New York Bahnsen (7-7) at Boston Culp (9-5) N THURSDAY'S RESULTS New York .... 010 M0 000-1 4 1 Washington .. 100 002 OOx- 3 9 3 Keklch (1-4) and Munson; Shellen. back (3-4) and Billings. Baltimore .. .000 001 100- 2 7 1 Cleveland .. . 8(0 000 021- 3 8 1 Palmer, Watt (1-1) (9) and Etche-barren; McDowell, Farmer (1-0) (9) and Fosse. HRs:Bal-F. Robinson (11). Cle-Pinson (5). Kansas city .. 200 300 004- 9 11 0 California .. 020 000 002- 4 6 1 Drago (8-4) and Klrkpatrlck; Mes-sersmlth (7-8) Fisher (6) Lasher (9) Reynolds (9) and Stephenson. HRs: KD-Otis (13); Cal-Spencer (9). Boston ...... 821 010 023- 8 12 2 Detroit ...... 301 010 020- 7 12 1 Slebert, Brett (6) Tatum (8) Lee (5-2) (8) and Montgomery; Gllbreth. Chance (6) Scherman (6-3) (7) and Freehan. HRs; Bos-Scott (12) Petrocelli (12) Chicago ...... 103 100 010- 6 1 3  Milwaukee .. .100 118 180- 4 10 0 Horlen (5-6) Johnson (7) and Herrmann; Pattln (7-8) Sanders (8) and Rodriguez. HRs: Chi-Morales (1); Mil-May (d). WEDNESDAY RESULTS Cleveland 5-3 Baltimore 4-4 Boston 6 Detroit 4 Washington 2 New York 1 Chicago 8-8 Milwaukee 5-3 California 4 Kansas City 3 Minnesota 10 Oakland 4 LEAGUE LEADERS AB R H Pet 49 101 .375. 44 99 .341 70 .335 230 59 74 .322 269 261 209 41 Ollva, Mln ..... Muicer, NY ... Kaline, Def ... . Buford, Bal .. Roias, KC ...... Otis, KC ...... F. Robinson, Bal Relchardt, Chi . Howard, Wash . White, NY ..... , - .- Home runs: Melton, Chicago; Oliva, 18; Cash, Detroit, 17. Runs batted In: Killebrew, Minnesota, 55; J. Powell, Baltimore, 52. Pitching 9 decisions: Cuellar, Baltimore, 11 - 1, .917; Blue, Oakland, 16-S, .842 265 37 84 .317 279 46 86 ,308 221 39 68 .308 231 25 70 .303 227 27 83 .300 227 36 67 .295 GENERAL JUMBO 780 BELTED WHITEWALLS F78-14-15 G78-14-15 H78-14-15 29.95 31.95 34.95 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES & SERVICE 402 1st Ave. South Phone 327-4886 or 327-4445 ;