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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta me LEinnmuut ntnALU juiy is Borg was no match for Ismael Shafei England Bjorn who has caused young girls to swoon all over Europe this became Monday one of the first two seeded players to be knocked out of competition at Wimbledon. Ismael el Shafei of Egypt trounced the 18-year-old Swedish star 6-1 in a match which was over when the fifth-seeded 'Borg quit trying midway through the second set. Extra lap didn't matter MOUNT POCONO. Pa. would have lodged a protest if we hadn't won the Schaefer said Teddy Mayer. Johnny Rutherford's team McLaren crew of Sunday's championship auto race. actually had to go 201 laps instead of 200 to Mayer said the pace car erroneously picked up Rutherford as the leader during a caution period early in the race. United States Auto Club officials then waved the actual leaders past the pace car. and allowed them to make up a lap on Rutherford. It took who won his third straight championship this most of the race to dig himself out of the pack. The who took home for piloting the same McLaren to victory at In- dianapolis a month ago. re- ceived S92.625 in winning an unprecedented second consecutive 500-mile championship event. He also captured the Milwaukee 150 three weeks ago. Rutherford finished more lhan a lap ahead of former sprint car champ Jimmy Caruthers. Gordon Johncock. who ran out of fuel on the course while finished just ahead ol team-mate Steve Krisilolt. Pole sitter Bobby Unser held the lead for 74 but ran low on fuel near the end and had to slow down. By the third Borg was purposely belting balls into the serving double faults and visibly showing the effects of a long year of campaigning which included making the finals of the World Championship of Tennis and winning the Italian and French Opens. Roscoe Tanner of Big beat eighth- seeded compatriot Arthur Ashe 6-3 in the other major upset of the day and advanced against Australia's pro Ken Rosewall today. In other matches John Newcombe played Erik Van Stan Smith met Patrice El Shafei faced Manuel Tom Gorman took on Jan Jaime Fillol played Jimmy Connors. Alex Metreveli faced Tom Okker and Dick Stockton met Hie Nastase. Asked why he made no at- tempt to struggle against El Shafei in the third Borg sets down and down 1-5 in the what difference does it BILLY JEAN ADVANCES Last year's triple crown winner. Billie Jean defending her doubles and mixed doubles defeated Francoise Durr of France 7-5. Newcombe of Nastase of Connors of and Smith of Sea S.C.. seeded also advanced with only Smith encountering any trouble. Smith dropped the first set in a tie-breaker to Jeff Borowiak of but won 8-9. 6-4. 8-6. Newcombe finished off Nikki Pilic of Yugoslavia 7-5. 7-5. Nastase disposed of Ian Fletcher of Australia 6-3. while Connors defeated Adriano Panatta of Italy 7-5. 6-2. Kodes. last year's winner from edged Australian Dick Crealy 6- 4. 6-3. 2-6. 7-5. Chris Evert from Fort Lau- derdale. Fla.. defeated Isabel Fernandez of Colombia 6- 1. Evonne champion here' in lost her first set to Aussie Kerry Harris-and fell behind 3-4 before rallying to win 7-5. 6-4. Fisk out for year BOSTON Carlton Boston Red Sox' All-Star was operated on Sun- day for a knee injury and the teams physician said the big slugger probably will not play again this season. Dr. Thomas Tierney said it is but highly that-Fisk could play again this season. He made the statement alter a 90-minute operation at Hahnemann Hospital on Kisk's left during which repaired a torn ligament and removed torn He discribed the operation as successful and said Fisk should recover fully. The 26-year-old catcher was injured Friday night as Cleve- land Indians pulled out a 2-1 victory over the Red Sox with two out in the ninth inning. Leron Lee. scoring the win- ning run on George Hendrick's crashed into Fisk as the receiver reached for a high relay throw to the plate from shortstop Mario Guerrero. Fisk's loss is a big blow to the Red who led the American's League East Division by 2'z games going into Sunday's action. Fisk was injured a few hours after the latest All-Star balloting showed him leading the league catchers by nearly 200.000 votes over Detroit's Bill Freehan. World Cup scene quiet All smiles Dick named Frank Robinson captain of the California Angels Monday. Expos climb to within two games of Cardinals Germany Television tape and the trainer's table took over today as key Clements in soccer's 1974 V J Cup. The video tape 'ill help Hol- land's Rinus plot his strategy for Wednesday's match against Brazil. The trainer will be in action in the Polish camp at Murrha- working on top players in the hope they will be fit for the match against West Germany. Brazil and Poland must win to get to the World Cup final at Munich Sunday. Ties would be enough to put Holland and West Germany through. who has commuted between Germany and Spain to help out his in the Spanish has not seen the Brazilian team in action. He a complete dossier on the compiled by Cor Van Der one of the backroom brains of the Dutch camp. In he has had full video tapes prepared every Brazilian match in this series which he plans to study A's spoil Williams' debut Monday ASSOCIATED PRESS Dick Williams returned to baseball Monday night as manager of the Angels but his old the world champion Oakland spoiled it by dumping the Angels 5-3. For seven things looked fine for Williams. The Angels were leading 3-2 and Nolan Ryan was working smoothly. Then in the doubles by Sal Bando and Angel Mangual keyed a three- run Oakland rally. Elsewhere in the American Cleveland Indians swept a doubleheader from Milwaukee Brewers 3-1 and 9- Boston Red Sox downed Baltimore Orioles Kansas City Royals shut out Chicago White Sox Detroit Tigers edged New York Yankees and Texas Rangers defeated Minnesota Twins 6-2. In Saturday Boston defeated Cleveland Chi- cago edged Minnesota Milwaukee blanked Detroit 9- Baltimore shut out New York 2-0. Kansas City dropped Oakland and California beat Texas 8-3. In Sunday's Cleveland routed Boston Milwaukee won the opener 4-1 against Detroit and lost the second game Baltimore blanked New York Kansas City defeated Oakland Texas defeated California 9-2 and Chicago won the first game 8-3 against Minnesota and lost the second 6-3. 'ASTROS BLANK BRAVES In the only National League games Houston Astros shut out Atlanta Braves 3-0 and Montreal Expos whipped Chicago 10-3. In NL games Pitts- burgh swept a twin bill from Philadelphia 11-8 and St. Louis beat New York 5-2 and Montreal defeated Chicago Atlanta downed Cincinnati Los Angeles topped San Francisco and Houston won the first game 3- 1 against San Diego and lost the second 6-5. On New York de- feated St. Louis Los Ange- les beat San Francisco Pittsburgh downed Philadelphia Cincinnati edged Atlanta 2-1. Chicago defeated Montreal 2-1 and Houston blanked San Diego 3- 0. seemed like I had never been said Williams after the game. you'd like to win the first one. It's a shame to lose it. I think we might have been intimidated by their speed. We gave them the Bert Campaneris started Oakland's winning rally with a one-out single in the eighth. He moved to second on a passed ball and scored on Bando's double. A wild pitch while Ryan was trying to walk Reggie Jackson intentionally advanced Bando to third and Jce Rudi's sacrifice fly delivered the tie- breaking run. Then Ryan walked Gene Tenace and Mangual's double produced an insurance run. Cleveland used the long ball to sweep a doubleheader from Milwaukee and move into sec- ond place in the American League only two behind Boston. George Hendrick homered in each game and John Ellis hit a three-run homer and drove in five runs in the nightcap. Hendrick drove in five runs with a tie-breaking two-run homer in the opener and a three-run shot in the second game. Texas remained in a virtual second-place tie with Kansas City in the American League defeating Minnesota. The Rangers led 2-1 until the ninth on a pair of solo home runs by rookie Jim Sundberg and veteran Toby Harrah. Then Cesar Tovar delivered a two-run single and Minnesota catcher Glenn Borgmann's error allowed two more to score as Texas wrapped it up. Jim Northrup broke an eighth-inning tie .with a two- out home run. Detroit's third of the as the Tigers .defeated the Yankees. Ben Ogilvie and pinch-hitter Gates Brown also connected for the Tigers. Cookie Rojas delivered four consecutive hits including a two-run homer and Fred Patek and Hal McRae also powering the Royals over the White Sox. Veteran Bruce Dal Canton rode the power show to his first major league shutout. Boston bunched three runs in the first two of them on Cecil Cooper's and then held on to defeat Baltimore. Don Wilson pitched a five- hitter and drove in Houston's first run with a as the out slumping Astros shut Atlanta. Ken Singleton and Mike Jor- gensen drove in two runs apiece and Bob Bailey drilled a home run as Montreal trounced Chicago Cubs. Five consecutive singles by Ron Hunt. Larry Willie Davis. Singleton and Jorgensen with two out helped the Expos to three runs in the bottom of the snapping a 2-2 tie. before naming a team Wednesday. Johnny Cryuf f of Holland re- ported that his caught in a downpour during the 2-0 victory over East was much better. Poland's injury worries centre on captain Kjtimirez Deyna and striker Andrzej the tournament's 2 scorer with five goals in five matches. Denya has a pulled calf muscle and Szarmach has a badly bruised right thigh. Dr. Janusz Garlicki. team said he hoped both men would be fit for the match against West Germany in Frankfurt. Brazil's only worry is a pos- sible bruised rib suffered by midfielder Francisco Marinho. However. Marinho. who apparently was hurt in a tackle during Brazil's 2-1 victory over was- expected to be fit to play. Barbara wins LA France Barbara Kerr of Calgary guided Australis to victory Monday in the first of the three speed rounds of the women's world equestrian jumping championships. Mrs. Kerr and Australis had a faultless round of 79 seconds with the horse approaching and clearing obstacles with speed and confidence. They beat by 8.4 seconds the clean round turned in by Janou Tissot Lefebre of France aboard Rocket. Marion Mould of Great Bri- tain was third with a faultless run in 88.2 seconds with John Gamble. Mrs. Mould also took fourth place aboard Dunlynne in 89.2 seconds with anothei clean edging Mrs. Kerr Magnor who finished withou' a fault in the same time. second round will be run Wednesday. THE ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION REQUIRES BOOKKEEPER Fully experienced in Accounting. Payroll and monthly Financial Statements. MANAGER at 327-6644 Weekend race results CALGARY Results from Victoria Park FIRST S1.500. 2 year olds. 5'2 furlongs. White Mustard 3.60 2.70 2.40. Hurricane Hank 5.30 3.30. Shaganappi Lady 2.60 Gracious Host. Montana Princess. Data Entry. Just Meeting. Cotton Tammy. Mint Candy also ran. Track Jay's Pink Lady. SECOND SI.600. claiming. 3 year olds. Second Sheba 15.40 5.40 3.10. Chine's Brave 3.80 2.50'. White Light 2.70. 1'29 Windy Trip. Joker's Hill. Lehi Speed. Atrolife. Biassed Return. Sea Santa. Aoterol also ran. DAILY THIRD S1.500. claiming. 4 year olds and up. 6 furlongs. Edith's Boy 8 20 4.70 3.80. Super Quill 4.00 2.70. Raeof Gold 6.60. Chino's Rosie's Miss Mr. Alberta Pequina Auction Art also ran. FOURTH 3 year 7 furlongs. County's Choice 6.10 3.90 3.10. Cool Venture 13.50 9.00. Tower's Image 8.60. Hail To Clifford M. Danc- ing Foolish Running Chief. Holly's Hace also ran. FIFTH claiming. 4 and Tay's Talent 6.60 4.60 3.60. Lady Peeip 12.90 6.30. Green Port 6.80. Time- Cheat The Bull. Careless Hills Of Snow. Etta's Kid. Circle Mack. Royal Horseguards also ran. SIXTH 4 year olds and up. 1''i miles. Avon's Talent 6.10 3.40 2.90. Prince Of Northlands 3.90 3.30. Sootime 4.10. Damon's Love Success. Frenesi. Rusty Water. Sione. Ballyclare also ran. SEVENTH claiming. 4 year olds and 7 furlongs. Callim Nesh 19.40 9.40 7.70. Brsndakaendan 7.50 6.50. Helkey 21.70. New Response. Niniane. His World. Pop's Lady. Brybe Dee. Cyter- nity. Kuckkee Lad also Jan. EIGHTH Calgary Maturity Stakes. 4 year olds. 7 furlongs. Ace Return 17.60 7.80 5.50. Belmont Road 15.20 Noble Bomber 13.00. Swift Merging Grandin Park. Jay. Perfect Sonnet. Turkish Ruler alsb ran. NINTH purse. 4 year olds and 6 furlongs. August Morn 11.40 4.90 Hard To Know 3.60 2.80. Lady Stuart 3.80. With Speed. Mister Stormy. Bonnie Blue Pal. Sailor's Khal also ran. Victoria Park RIRST S6.000. claiming. 2 year 4 furlongs. Flashys Champ 18.90 7.70 4.30. Ebony Belle 4.20 Goldrush Girl 4.40. Spangled Street. Sweeterthanhoney. Danis Bold Fleet Music. Blue Sarlene also ran. SECOND 3 year 7 furlongs. Alderich 60.60 20.70 7.00. Belmont Queen 6.80 4.40. Coral Balcony 4.00. Shelly Good. Sister Wolfe. Missy's Image. Plucky Ann. Acrobat Boy. Khanhai Nipper also ran. DAILY THIRD S1.500 claiming. 4 year olds and up. 7 furlongs. Black Ogre 4.40 3.30 Special Blend 6.50 4.50. Blue Sparky 11.50. Buil White Rose It's Silk Miss Stuart. Trusted Position also ran. FOURTH claiming. 4 year olds and up. 7 furlongs. Klondike Charm 6.20 .4.10 Caltabulous 7.90 5.20. Mr. Bewitched 7.30. Len's Tmhanks My Obligation also ran. FIFTH furlongs. O'Bibi Asset 5.50 3.50 Gol Dang 4.40 Flying Eskimo 3.50. High On Hemp. Miss Lissa's Deuces. Flying Malia's Melody. Gallant Hawley. Unconven- tional also ran. SIXTH claiming. 4 year olds and 7 furlongs. New Alert 18'.20 9.50 5.90. Gary Beau 6.70 4.60. Roly Glen 6.5C. Haydn's Smoke. Gold Heiress. Lovely Jewel. War Hey Tudor Burgundy Lass also ran. SEVENTH S4.000 claiming. 4 year olds and 1 miles. Rockin Ruler 6.90 4.50 3.50. Hylo Ruler 16.10 Blue Pines 5.70. Sheba's Shade. Rusty Rouser. Keen Aroow. Airdrie Bob also ran. EIGHTH 4 year olds and 7 furlongs. Timber Topper 5.80 2.80 2.50. Edie's Prize 2.90 Open Game 3.20. Already Fair Major Presto. Bolcanic. Silk Route also ran. NINTH 4 year olds and 7 furlongs. Air Strike 13.40 5.50 3.80. Sheba's Spirit 4.60 3.00. Day Will Come 2.80. Merry Joanie Prince Vic's Sir J also ran. We keep it simple to make sure it's for keeps. MM To hold m on to our we have to hold on to their confi- dence. 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