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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 _ THE LETHBRIOGE HERAID Saturday, July 3, Wl Boucher thinks Canada can regain supremacy BROCKVILLE, Ont. (CP) -1 pcan professional league encom- assing teams from Sweden, Czechoslovakia, East Germany nd the U.S.S.R., Boucher feels he world championship of ama- eur hockey should be settled by he juniors. All countries would be on the Bay C MARTY MAKES WOOD LEGS RUN Marty Obermiller, 12-year-old recent soflball league gcime. The courageous kid hod a problem at first and cTfreight train, for a Softball team. At left Marty ball, baske hit and than dives for a runner scoring in in Softball starts for first after getting Yankees halt Sox" streak Lolich evens record against Baltimore By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS with famous go-anywhere 4-Wtieel Drive TKMTCIVE THE 2-CAR CAR 70DAV UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-2805 Mickey Lolieh has evened1 his late-inning finally record against Baltimore victory, one defeat and one tie. Shrugging off disappointment for the second time in five days against Baltimore, the stubborn Detroit lefthander hung on Fri- day night to pitch the Tigers to a 3-1 American League victory. Monday night Lolich, now 12- 6, took a 4-0 lead in the ninth in- ning against the Orioles and blew it when Baltimore tied the score. He blanked the Orioles through the 13th before a cur- few halted (Jie contest, and De- troit went on to win Ihe follow- ing night. Early in the season. Balti- more scored a run in the ninth to beat Lolich 2-1. Dodgers gain ground Gibson stops Giants By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bob Gibson doesn't think he scares San Francisco Giants and it's likely that Friday night's version of San Francisco Giants didn't scare Bob Gibson. Playing without Willie Mays, Willie McCovey and Dick Dietz, the Giants were no match for Gibson and bowed 7-2 as the fireballing right-hander St. Louis Cardinals broke a per- sonal four-game losing streak and won for the first time since May 14. "It feels very good to said Gibson, "but it seems longer than May 14." Elsewhere in the National League, Los Angeles Dodgers trounced San Diego Padres 9-2, Atlanta Braves nipped New York Mets 3-2, Pittsburgh Pir- early in the game because the ates whipped Chicago Cubs 5-1, Houston Astros edged Cincinnati Reds 3-2 and Montreal Expos downed Philadelphia 4-2 with the Phillies taking the nightcap 84. Gibson's triumph was his ninth straight over the Giants since Gaylord Perry pitched a no-hitter to beat him back in September 1968. Gibson, 5-7, finished with a four-hitter tat trailed 2-0 until consecutve home runs by Matty Abu and Jose Cruz off Steve Stone tied the score in the fourth. "I felt strong all the Gibson said. "I wasn't worried THINGS to moke things EASIER HERE ARE SOME OF THE ITEMS AVAIIABIE: Air Compressors, Air Conditioners, Air Mattresses, Roll- away Cots, Vibrator Belt, Bicycles, Bolt Cutters, Car Stands, Car Top Carrier, Cement Mixers, Stocking Choirs; Coffee Urns, Crow Bars, Dishes, Drills, Exercise Bike, Flame Thrower, Glassware, Hammer Drill, Appliance Trucks, Hedge Trim- hers, Hoist ond Crane, Hyd Jack, tadders, ,tawn Mowers, lawn Trimmer! and Edgers, Post Hole Augers, Gear Puller, Sump Pumps, Roto Tillers, Rug Shampooer, Sanders, Electric Saws, Silverware, Staplers, Seed Spreaders, Tents, Tow Sort, Sleeping Bags, Trailer Hitches, Utility Trailer, etc. For your RENTAL NEEDS call WARDS SERVICES 1TD. 1712 2nd Avenue S. Phone 328-8775 hits they got weren't good ones." They included an Astro- turf-bounce double and an in- field single. The defeat sliced the Giants' lead in the West Division to 5% games over Los Angeles. Bill Buckner drove In five runs with Ms third homer and three singles to pace the Dodg- ers over Hie Padres. Willie Crawford also homered and rookie Doyle Alexander posted This time, the Orioles came up with an eighth-inning run to :ie the count. Again the hard- working veteran refused to fold. But this lime he got his victory when Tony Taylor ripped his second run-scoring double of ihe game in the last of the eighth arid scored on a wild pitch. TIGERS MOVE UP The triumph pulled the Tigers within 4% games of the East Di- vision-leading Orioles, who have lost seven of their last nine games. Boston Red Sox, however, blew a chance to climb within 1% games when New York Yan- kees and Stan Bahnsen whipped them 6-0, ending a seven-game victory string. In other games. Rick Clark won a brilliant pitching duel against John Odom on Ken McMullen's ninth-inning single that gave California Angels a 1- 0 victory over Oakland Athlet- ics, Chicago White Sox nipped Kansas City Royals 2-1, Milwau- kee Brewers blanked Minnesota Twins 5-0 behind Bill Parsons Fiank Boucher, Hockey Hall of Tamer, sees Canada regaining supremacy in world hockey [through junior-age tournaments. The former National Hockey League great with Ottawa and New York Rangers, speaking here at a recent Kinsman Award Dinner, suggested Can- ada promote world junior hockey championship tourna- ments through the combined ef- forts of the NHL and Canadian Amateur Hockey Association. Boucher, a former commis- sioner of the Western Canada Hockey League, said the pro- posal already lias received ver- bal support from Bunny Ahearne, president of the Inter- national Ice Hockey Federation "He feels it is a great said Boucher. "There is junior hockey in 11 countries now anc it is growing by leaps anc bounds." If his idea bears fruit, NHL scouts will select the top 30 jun ior hockey players in the coun try to fight for places on the na tional team. Ten days before the championship tournament the rosier would be cut to thi best 20 in camp. COULDN'T BEEF "We couldn't complain thei that we are not sending our bes team to said Boucher "We would have access to a" the best junior players in th country." He said projecting Canada's junior hockey image around the world is the only viable means by which Canada can regain same ground and Canada would have the use of her best players at this age group before" they moved into professional ranks, "Junior hockey in other coun- tries is growing at a fantastic rate and the competition would be just as competitive as now." Race results EDMONTON (CP) Northlands Park race results Friday: First 51.400, claiming, 3 year olds, S fur- "Sia Kid (Sanchez) 4.40 3.00 3.00 Pauline's Pet (Parsons) 4.50 3.30 Equartic (Coombs) 5.40 Time: Dlslsmaglc, Peppy Pierre, Grlnner, Bella County, Spirit 'N Speed also ran. Second claiming, 4 year olds and up. (Barroby) 1.20 5.10 4.80 Winning Skip (Stadnyk) 10.50 7.80 Hey Joker (Rycroft) 6.40 Time: 2-5 J _ Doonbeg, Ace Award, Fined For Speeding, Hellen Grey, Major Scandal also ran. DAILY DOUBLE! S38.40 Third claiming, 2 yeai olds, 5 Winner (Coombi) 10.90 5.50 "Western Fair (Whittle) 3.80 3.00 County Doctor (L. Wiseman) 7.10 Time: 1-5 Count The Spots, Carbon County, Chlno's Haydn, W n d I. Canadian areeze also ran. OUINELLA: Fourth SI ,600 claiming, 3 year olds, 7 'ur- Atomlc Tommy (Coombs) 10.70 5.K 3 70 'Fool Trade (Kipling) 4.80 Sabre Wind (Whittle) 3.60 Time: 3-5 Obligation, Sir Morn, Flower D( ay also ran. Shaw suffers shoulder injury WINNIPEG (CP) Winni- peg Blue Bombers announced Friday that Rick Shaw, a sec- ond-year wide receiver will be lost to the Western Conference club for eight to 10 weeks. Shaw suffered a shoulder sep- aration in Thursday's practice and will require surgery. r Hurry! While Selection is at its best! his first major league victory, scattsring 12 hits, including a pair of run-scoring doubles by Clarence Gaston. JENKINS TO LOSER Fourth-inning home runs by Bob Robertson and Gene Alley highlighted a 14-hit attack that camsd the Pirates past the Cubs. Chicago ace Ferguson enkins, of Chatham, Ont., sur- mdered 10 hits and all five before leaving for a pinch- tter. Pittsburgh's Bob Moose cattered seven hits and then eparted for a two-week mili- ary tour. Dave McDonald drove in two ins with a homer and sacrifice y and Dan McGinn hurled a our-hitter, his first complete ame since last August, as the xpos handed Rick Wise his econd consecutive setback nee his no-hitler against Cin- innnti. Deron Johnson, who homered in the opener, rapped two of the billies' four doubles in the also had two tri- they chased Bill Stone- nan in the sixth. Woody Fry- man came on in the third inning nd blanked the Expos the rest f the way on two hits, striking ut eight. CASH TO THE PURCHASER OF ANY NEW TED'S HOME OR TUXEDO MANOR WE HAVE ON THE LOT Coalhurst Mobile Homes "WHERE QUALITY COSTS YOU LESS" Phone 327-3744-4 Miles West On Highway No. 3 BOX 639, COALHURST, ALBERTA and Washington Senators han> mered Cleveland Indians 6-3. Detroit's Aurelio Rodriguez opened the Tiger eighth with a double off reliever Tom Dukes, 0-4. Taylor followed with his second double and came .around on a foul fly and a wild pitch by Eddie Watt for the insurance score. Bahnsen, 8-fi, spaced4 seven hits for his seventh victory in eight decisions in which he has yielded only 13 runs. Thurman Munson supplied the offence with a three-run homer and a run-scoring double. THROWS IT PAST THEM Claric, 2-0, making his second start since returning from the minors, held the Athletics hit- less until Larry Brown got a check swing single with two out in the seventh inning. Odom gave up only five hits, but his error on a sacrifice bunt set up McMullen's hdt to left with the bases loaded in Ihe ninth. The White Sox also pulled out their fourth straight victory and 10th in 14 games in the late in- nings when Bill Butler walked pinch-hitler Mike Andrews in the seventh to force in the win- ning run. some lustre at the amateur level. The days when a lop senior hockey team could clean tip on European opposition is long gone, he said in an interview, noting that many senior clubs of the 1940s and '50s were better- paying sources of revenue for players than some professional leagues. "Although these teams were classed as amateur, they were professional in every sense of the word." said Boucher, adding that at one time Toronto's sen- ior amateur team was outlaw- ing the NHL Maple Leafs at Maple Leaf Gardens. He said Europeans were wel1 aware of the situation, "but didn't start crying when they were getting clobbered by Can- ada." LOST TO U.S. MINORS Senior hockey lost its support he continued, wilh the creation of minor professional hockey leagues in the United Stales. Now, he concluded, over-age juniors with any potential are steered to these minor pr leagues or into senior U.S. ama leur "that are, in reality, pro- fessional teams." "The drain of senior-age tal ent out of Canada is just too great for Canada to have i strong contender In the worl championships." He said Canadian crys tha European teams are subsidizec are ill-founded. "They (Europeans) are doin the same things now lhal th Canadians did for years." Boucher said he was disap pointed when Canada pulled ou of the world championships an the National team was dis banded. Now with the talk of a Euro NY SUZUKI YOU CHOOSE S BUIIT TO TAKE ON THE OUNTRY. SEE THE SUZUKI MT-50 R TRAIIHOPPER Fifth claiming, 4 year olds and Smoldering Embers (L. Wlsemsn) 10 60 -1.20 2.80 Shock Troop (Sladnyk) 3.80 2.59 Morning Master (Hedge) 3.00 Time: 2-5 Destiny's Child, Canadian Caper, Buster Kid, Something High, Ellsita also ran. EXACTOR 136.iO Sixth claiming, 4 year olds and up. 7 furlongs Kool Copy (Morris) 8.40 4.30 3-70 Cash Deposit (Barroby) 3.EO 3.29 What A Day (Parsons) 4.80 Time: Duchess Nan, Raider Boy, Klllam, Beau Brim, Redirect also ran. Seventh claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs Blue Bonus (Stadnyk) 7.00 3.60 J.70 Sweet Byeandbye a.M 7 EO Bronselene (Hunt) S.80 Time: 3-5 Obaro's Babe, haughty Nancy, Jan- Ice Marie, Dark Stars Girl also ran. Cighlh J1.700 claiming, 4 year olds UB, 'Ftrment (Hedge) 6.20 4.00 2.10 Crown Countess (Stadnyk) 1M Battle Match (L. Wiseman) 6.20 Time: Tuffy's Image, D11 t U I, Uncff Smoothie also ran. OUINELLA: Track Scratches: Mort Rlbot, Dewey Boy. ELRIC.H TIRE SPORT SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE East W Ittsburgh .....51 slew York .....45 t. hlcago .......3? 'hlladelphla 32 Montreal ......30 .592 .513 .513 405 SV4 Aiitoslalom set this Sunday The Lethbridge S'porls Car club will host the Alberta Auto- slalom, championship Sunday afternoon at one o'clock. Oars from Edmonton and Calgary are entered in the one-day affair which will be held at the Centre Village Mall. West an Francisco ..51 30 .630 Los Angeles.. ..45 35 .563 louston .......38 39 .494 Atlanta 4n 45 .471 13 TctnnatV.. 37 45 .451 UV, wan Diego ......21 53 .346 23 FRIDAY'S RESULTS TODAY'S GAMES Philadelphia Lersch (4-7) at Montre- il Morton (7-9) N Atlanta Nash (5-5) at New York Pittsburgh Johnson (4-5) or Klson 0-0) Chicago Pappas (7-8) Cincinnati Grimsley (4-3) Houston canton (11-4) at San Fran- cisco Cumberland (3-0) Los Angeles Downing (9-4) 5an Dleso Roberts N FRIDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh NO IN Chicago .000 100 1 7 1 Moose (7-4) and May; Jenkins (11-8) Newman (6) Bonham (11 and Martin. HRs: Pgh-Robertson (15) Alley Phllfdelptlll 010 000 001-2 Montreal 3W HO MX-4 6 0 Wise (B-6) and Ryan; McGinn (1-1) and Bateman. HRs: Pha Johnson Phnadelphu 013 J Montrtal 202 000 462 Reynolds, Fryman (3-3) (3) and Mc- Carver; Sloneman (9-8) Raymond (6) Britton (7) Bateman. Los Angeles 021 JO! 0 San Diego 010 001 2 Alexander (1 0) and Sims; (6-4) Coombs (6) Severlnsen (8) Kel- ley (9) Barton. HRs: St' 'wo ISO Sa'n Francisco' Oil 010 100-2 4 Gibson (5-7) flnd McNcrtney; Stoni (5-7) Carrithers (5) Robertson (8) and Healy HRs: SiL-Alou (2) Cruz Atlanta 000 001 1 New York 110 000 10 0 Reed (8-6) and Williams; Williams, Friselln (4-2) (7) and Grote. HR: 0.0200-2 Houston .011 010 Olx- 37 Nolan (6-B) and Bench; Dleker (11-4) laddins (9) and Hlatt. HR: Htn- 'ynn EAGUE LEADERS R orre, StL 313 50 115 .367 5! 3 iiv 'S S lemente Pah 273 41 90 .33 Home runs: Stargell, Pittsburgh B; H. Aaron, Atlanta, 22. Runs batted In: Stargell, PIN urgh, 80; H. Aaron, Atlanta, 61. Pitching 1 decision: Gullett, Cl ii'.natl, 9-2, .81B; Ellis, Pittsburgh, AMERICAN LEAGUE sail Baltimore Boston Detroit Cleveland New York Washington Oakland Kansas City Minnesota California Chicago Milwaukee L Pet. 30 .610 32 .579 35 .551 42 .462 43 .456 47 .38! 32 43 .649 .527 .487 .439 432 '.427 2'A 4V4 llVi 1J 17Vi 12Vi 16Vj 16Vi 17 TODAY'S GAMES Oakland Dobson (6-0) at California Wright (7-7) N Chicago Wood (7-4) at Kansas City Spllttorff (3-1) N Minnesota Kaat (57) at Milwaukee Baltlmoru Dobson 7-4) at D11 roll Cain (5-2) Washington Brown (1-1) at land Hand (1-4) New York Peterson (6-7) at Boston Tlant (0-1) N FRIDAY'S RESULTS New York 100 1 loston 000 000 000-0 7 1 Bahnsen (8-7) and Munson; Culp 9-6) Brett (8) Tatum (9) and Mont- gomery. HR: Washington 010 028-1 I Cleveland 010 Oil 3 7 1 Bosman (6-9) Llndblad (7) and Bll- Ings; Lamb (5-4) Hennlgan (7) Hand 6) Mlngorl (9) snd Fosse. HRs: (1) Mincher Chicago 090 OOf III Kassas City 001 000 000-1 I 1 Magnuson (1-0) Bradley (7) Forster (B) Johnson (9) and Egan; Butler (1-1) Fltzmorris (8) and Paepke. Oakland ......010 KM 000-0 J 1 California .....000 000 001-1 t Odom (4-4) and Bletary; Clark (2-0) and stephenson. Minnesota 100 OK 000- 0 Milwaukee .100 300 0 Blyleven (7-11) Williams (5) Haydel (7) Strickland (8) and Mltterwaldi parsons (7-9) and Roof. HR: Mil- irnore 000 010-1 I Detroit 000 001 lit McNally', Dukes (0-4) (8) Watt (B) and Etchebarren. Lolich (12-6) and Freehan. LEAGUE LEADERS Anyone con riclo it. 3H.P., tspeed automalic. Full pensiorii hand brakes. Ad- justable handlebars. CCI automatic lube. 6-month, miles QC warranty. the other 197] Suzukis on display. Complete Parts and Service WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE BERT MAC'S 913 3rd Avo. S. Phone 337-3221 Opfin Thurs. and Fri. till 9 p.m Serving Southern Alborla For Ovor 30 Yoarsl THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Invites applications for the following MEAT TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR Several yean of experience In the meat Industry. Prefer- ence given to applicants wilh wide range of experience. Experience in meat cutting is essential. Duties Coordinate and instruct in the meat technology program that encompasses feeding, slaughtering, buying, cutting (locker, standard retail, H.R. I and fundament- als of grading systems and other phases of the meat industry. COMMERCIAL COOKS Journeyman or Equivnlpnt itudsnli. _ Coeklna onH Instructing commorciol tooting CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS July loth, 1971. SALARY Commensurate with quolificationi ond experience. The applicant! ihould apply for standard "Application for Employment" fo.m toi Director of Personnel Lolhbridge Community Colleflo IETHBRIDGE, Alberta AB 2W Ollva, Mln Murcer, NY Kallne, Del..... 212 Buford, Bal.....231 Roias, KC MS Otis, KC....... 2B3 P Robinson, Bal 223 D. May, Mil 253 Relclwrdl, CM 234 F. Howard, Was 261 Home runs: Melton, Ollva, Minnesota, IB; Cash, "'Runs batted In: Kllltbrew, Minne- sota 55; J- Powell, Baltimore, 52. Pitching 9 decisions: Cuellar, Balti- more, 11-1, .917) Blue, Oakland, 16-3, .841. R H Pet. 49 101 .375 AA 90 ,338 70 .530 75 .325 84 .317 87 .307 .305 76 .300 70 .299 8< .299 18; letroit, to 39 Chicagi GENERAL JUMBO 780 BELTED WHITEWALIS F78-14-15 G78-14-15 H78-14-15 29.95 31.95 ELRICH TIRE LTD. COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 40] til Ave South Phone 337-4886 or 327-4445 ;