Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
July 4, THI UTHBRIDOI HMAID 7 Locals grab first place Rob Roy started Lakers on the way CALGARY (Special) A two-run single by Rob Roy highlighted a six-run outburst in the third inning Tuesday night and propelled Lethbridge Lakers into first place in the Alberta Major Baseball League on the strength of a 12-7 triumph over Calgary Giants. The uprising against starting litcher Craig Crayson put the Lakers ahead to stay and the Lakers moved one-half game ahead of the Giants in (he standings. Race results CALGARY (CP) Stampede Park race results Tuesday: FIRST clalmira, 2 year 5 fur- Haydn's Champ (Kipling) S.tt 3.90 3.20, Brown Rundle (Giesbrecht) 5.60 3.20, Fair Morning (Campbell) 2.80. Time: 2-5. At Blanco, Touch Of Frost, Book- store Ed, New Tradition, Midnight Wind also ran. SECOND claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 Multf Special (Parsons) 12.90 6.10 4.20, Frenesi (Gold) 4.30 2.90, Fool Trade (Inda) 4.30. Time: 4-5. Miss Stuart, Home James, Hada- Happy Whistler, also ran. DAILY DOUBLE: THIRD claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Cryogenie (Rycroft) 37.80 15.30 7.30, Maggie Sez 12.00 4.60, Wim- ple Street (Wiseman) 3.80. Time: 3-5. Conita, Tole Johnny, Curra Trip, Rushing Girl, Who's Laughing also ran. QUINELLA: FOURTH claiming. 4 year olds and up, miles. Stone (NorrlS) 6.70 4.30 3.20, Skip- per Tan (Hedge) 4.60 3.20, Rusty Rouser (Gold) 3.M. Time: "Explorate, Fast Friday, Shy Pirate, Mr. Murphy, Diddle also ran. FIFTH claiming, 3 year olds, 7 fur- longs. Whataruler (Giesbrecht) 7.80 3.80 Whataruler (Giesbrecht) 7.80 3.80 Midnight Kavaller (Rasmussen) 7.10. Time: 1-5. Stuart, Alrdrle Bob, My Mas- ter, If By Chance, Windy Haven also ran. EXACTOR: S42.lt. SIXTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, 7 furlongs. Ky Winner (Whittle) 6.10 4.70 4.10, Honorule (Wiseman) 4.80, Water Wagon (Kipling) 5.10. Time: 3J. Gallant Thief, Patapouf, Klondike Charm, Speedy'! Son, For Rex also ran. SEVENTH claiming, 4 year olds and up, miles. Grand Stride (Gold) 13.40 6.80 3.80, Sootime (Rasmussen) 9.80 4.60, Grand Stride (Mccauley) 4.20. Time: 3-5. Kindly Farmer, Harry Safari, Nito B Good, Regal Point, Magnum's Treasure also ran. EIGHTH claiming, 4 year elds and up, 7 furlongs. Star Trip (Stadnyk) 12.30 7.20 4.60, Tays (Phelan) 4JO 3.00, Jim Keefe (Giesbrecht) 3.00. Time: 2-5. Miss Joact, Tallyho Joe, SunsMne Charlie, Miss Ballaspree, Jabbervnc- ky also ran. QUINELLA: SM.1l. Golf league play results LAKESIDE MEN'S Low net Willie Woo, Dori- gattis and Tony Jarvie, Imper- ial Life tied with 31. Low gross Rob Forrest, Flemings and Mike Tobo, Fraches tied with 37. Low team net Dorigattis Willie Woo, Cliff Forry, Vince Toth, Sonny Slavich 141. Eight-point sweeps The Lethbridge Herald over Jubilee Homes and Flemings over Union 76. LAKESIDE LEAGUE Flemings.................... 107 Ace 97 Jubilee 89 Sugar Betters................. M CHEC....................... 86 imperial Life................ 86 Union 74..................... ft 85 Leo Singers................... 83 Dorlgatfi Fraches.................... 82 OOC......................... 8Z House of Lethbridge........... Lethbridge Herald.............. 77 A and w..................... 76 Parsons...................... 74 Owen 71 FranK Walkers................ 66 ROB ROY Started things Sanseis advance to finals Lethbridge Sanseis picked up four victories over the long weekend but only one really meant something for tbe local ball club. Sunday afternoon the Sanseis travelled to Bow Island and came away with a slim 7-6 de- cision to capture their Centen- nial Bantam Baseball League semi-final over their hosts. Brian Tanaka was the key player for tbe locals as he belt- ed a home run in the top of tbe final inning for the go ahead nt- Alex Gepneris saw action on the mound and earned the win giving up three bits wmle walk- ing eight. Kelly Bryam was tagged with the loss allowing 10 hits. The Sanseis will now meet head on with Taber in the best of three playoff finals which gets under way at pjn. in Taber tonight. The second game is schedul- ed to go this Sunday at (he Dave Elton Park. The winners will eventually move on to the southern zone playoffs staged July 14-15 in Warner. Meanwhile the Sanseis rack- ed up three more wins on the weekend but all were exhibi- tion tilts. After the first natch Sun- day, the Sanseis outlasted Bow Island 15-8 while Monday they tripped up a visiting Pincfaer Creek squad twice. Tbe Sanseis swep tthe double- header with 3-1 and 24-11 scores. Gepneris earned his second verdict of the weekend firing a no-hitter with his 16-strike- out parformance while Jeff Takeyasu aided by reliever Tim Kataframi won the second. Gepneris managed four hits and George ffiraga three in the final weekend game. Roy, a talented first base- man, drilled three other singles and picked up a pair of walks to lead Lethbridge's 17-hit at- tack against three Calgary mrlers. C a 1 g ary's difficulties were compounded by six errors while Lethbridge played per- 'ectly in the .field. Marty Maxwell shared tbe hitting honors with Roy. Marty drove in three runs with five hits in six trips to the plate. His performance includ- ed a triple, double and three singles. Brother Bryan added a double to start the Lakers on their way early. Roy, while picking up four singles and two walks hi six trips, also scored four times. Lakers are at home Satur- day evening at eight o'clock when they play host to the Cal- gary Jimmies in a league en- counter set for Henderson Sta- dium. PLAY SUNDAY Sunday, the locals win return tbe Jimmies' visit for an after- noon affair. In Edmonton Red Deer Gen- erals scored in every inning but two to whip Edmonton Blockers 1M Tuesday in league game. The win moved the Generals within one game of the first- place Edmonton Tigers in the northern division and the loss dropped the Blockers four games off the pace. The Blockers took a M lead after the first inning, getting to starting pitcher Fred Card- well for six hits. But from tha second inning until the sixth tbe Blockers did not get a run- ner on the bases against the Red Deer righthander. Meanwhile, the Generals scored twice in each of the third, fourth and fifth innings against losing pitcher Bob Cur- rie, who gave way to Steve Purcell and then George Mc- Carthy as the Generals struck for 18 hits and stranded 16. Ken Nelson bad five hits m seven trips to the plate for the Generals while Irv Horns drove in five runs. Roger Pozzo and playing-manager Mick Testa each delivered three bits for the Generals. Cardwell gave way to Don Pasutto in the eighth inning and tbe Blockers scored three runs off the Red Deer reliever with four hits in the bottom of the eighth. Uteri 17 t Giants IB M 10 Taylor Sullivan (6) and Bryan Maxwell; Crayson Day Vel- prava (8) and Edwards. Generals ttt Hi it suckers I 'Cardwell, Pasutto (8) and Testa; Currie, Purcell McCarthy (8) and Gullett. Bugner liked by Foreman LONDON (AP) World heavyweight champion George Foreman beaded homeward BRETT INJURED PHILADELPHIA (CP) Ken Brett, Philadelphia Phillies pitcher injured June 26 in i. home plate collision with catch- er Tim McCarver of St Louis Cardinals, is expected to re- join the National League base- ball team Friday. Brett, being used as a pinch runner, had hit home runs in bis last four games as a starter prior to tbe injury. Tuesday, indicating be might soon offer a crack at his crown to Joe Bugner. Bugner was beaten by Joe Frazier over 12 punishing rounds here Monday night Foreman was loud in his praise of Bugner, Britain's Eu- ropean tttteholder who was nailed as a hero in the toca press for a brave and almost al- ways upright performance. Foreman, however, had noth- ing to disclose about prospects for a return fight with Frazier now starting a comeback after losing the title to Foreman in a two-rounds in Jamaica las January. But then she doesitt mind Odds don't favor Ebert LONDON (AP) Chris Ev- ert, tbe poker-faced 18-year-old from Fort Lauderdafe, is the odd girl out here today: She's the only semi-finalist in tbe women's, singles at tbe Wimbledon tennis tournament hasn't yet won the title. And she's drawn the opponent she considers the toughest of tbe Court of Australia. Fourth-seeded Miss Evert met the taH Aussie once pre- viously on grass and "she creamed she confessed wryly. But Miss Evert said philo- sophically: "If I just go out and say, Tm seeded fourth and she's seeded first, then I've got nothing to lose in going for ev- last year. Miss Evert was tbe new sensation of women's tennis and toe buiOtni awed her, Tfcis year, with tbe pressure off, she's more relaxed. REMATCH FOR GOOLAGONG The other semi-finalists are defending champion Bfllie Jean King of Long Beach, Calif., and Evonne Goolagong of Australia. Theirs win be a rematch of last year's final in which Mrs. King won 6-3, 6-3. Evonne had won the title in 1971, beating Mrs. Court. Miss Goolagong has been the louM. consistent performer this year, reaching the semi-finals without dropping a set. Even Mrs. Court, who strode impe- riously through the first three rounds, surprisingly was taken to three sets in her quarter-final against Olga Monnova of Ros- sia. So was Miss Evert, who dropped a quarter-final set to Rosie Casals of San Francisco And Mrs. Bong has run into trouble twice. Lesley Hunt, the unseeded Australian, took a set from her in the fourth round while another Australian, Kerry Melvflle, made her work ban to win in tbe quarter-finals 9-8, M. In tbe men's singles, Atex Mayer, a law student from Wayne, NJ., has emerged as tbe star of the competition. Mayer, a bright and breezy 21-year-old, scored a stunning third-round victory over Itie Nastase of Romania, one of tbe world's best players. WOW ON TARGET FOR WS SPORT Alouettes win, break drought BEGINA (CP) Montreal Alouettes finally entered the column in Taylor Field Tuesday night with a 24-10 win over Saskatchewan Roughriders in a Canadian Football League exhibition contest before fans. The victory was a morale- booster for the Als, who had never before beaten the 'Riders in their home park. Both clubs substituted freely, with Montreal quarterbacks George Mira and Jim Jones both connecting for touchdown Jones fired a 52-yard strike to John Eason in the second quar- ter and Mira hit Terry Evan- shen for a 26-yard touchdown pass in the third. The only 'Rider touchdown was scored by Walter Rhone who took a 19-yard pass from Brian Lindstrom in the end zone in the final minute. The Als took a 4-0 first period lead, stretched k to 11-3 at half time and led 20-3 after three quarters. Don Sweet kicked two field goals and earned a single on an attempt from 47 yards out. His successful attempts were front 23 and 36 yards. Sweet also converted both touchdowns. Other Montreal points were scored on a safety when Bob Peajrce fell on a high snap in the end zone and on a 47-yard single by Sonny Wade. Jack Abendscban kicked a 30- yard field goal and a convert for Saskatchewan. Montreal coach Martr Levy took long looks at both Mira and Jones. They combined to complete 14 of 18 pass attempts for 240 yards. Mira had eight completions on 10 attempts for 128 yards. Ron Lancaster was good on 11 of 19 pass attempts and played the entire first half for katchewan. Bubba Wyche played the third quarter and connected on four of five at- tempts. Lindstrom showed poise In completing eight of 11 passes for 75 yards. MuA-heralded Johnny showed his in leading Montreal receivers with four re ceptions for 57 yards. Old reliable George Reed, veteran fullback of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, saw only limited action Tuesday night and played well beJow his usual standards. Reed carried just three times for five yards as Montreal Alouettes downed the Riders 24-10 in a Can- adian Football League exhibition game in Regina. Minor Lacrosse Week in Canada Local officials all set This week is Minor Lacrosse Week in Canada and Letbbridge Lacrosse Association officials have organized an extensive program to suit all levels- of competition. The agenda set to help cele- brate the annual week-long af- fair win get under way Thurs- day night when the Lethbridge Kinsmen Pee Wees host Taber for a seven o'clock tilt Tbe two clubs win then be fol- lowed by a Bantam match at 9 p.m. between the Taber Ban- tams and Lethbridge Warlords. The only game slated for Friday night will see tbe Taber Flyers locking horns with the Lethbridge Lancers in a ju- venile contest at pjn. while Saturday the Lancers will dress again for a match against Medicine Bat The afternoon game Is sched- uled for three o'clock. At pjn. a squad from Edmonton will take on the local Bantam All-Stars while at 8 pjn. tbe south Edmonton Sun Devils win match up with the Lethbridge Midget Mohawks. The two Bantam teams see action again at one o'clock Sun- day while tbe midget clubs fol- low with their second game of the weekend at pjn. finally, the Lethbridge Na- tive Sons wffl host the Calgary Shamrocks at 7 p.m. for a Southern Alberta Major La- crosse League tilt to end the week-long proceedings. All games mentioned above wffl be staged at tbe Adams Ice Centre. Meanwhile in Bantam La- crosse League action Tuesday night, the YMCA Unicorns edged tbe Kinsmen Warlords 6-4. Tbe Unicorns held a slim 2-1 lead after the first period sad extended it to 5-3 after the sec- ond. Darryl McCtennen led the Unicorns with two goals while singles came off the sticks of Walter Montina, Oriano Del- hello, Elaine Bartel and Rand; Syrenne. Cam YoshJma scored twice and Mark Rowe and Randy Chartesworth oaoe in a losing cause. Majesties belt Mighty Mites The pennant winning Great West Tires Majesties were easy winners to say the least as they hammered the Mighty Mites 36-6 in City Women's Fastball League action Tuesday night Ruth Milter earned the mound win 'white Terry Wright was handed the loss. Gayte Pilling supplied much of the Majesties' offensive at- tack with two home runs while solo four-baggers were poked by Joyce FOan, Kathy Lud- wig, T.fnriq McKenzie and Mar- ilyn Snedden. Snedden's home run was a grand-slam. Lori Wyrostek managed a triple in a losing cause. In another league match, (be North Star Bantams edged Park Plaza 15-14. Kathy Milter picked up the win over Kathy McCune. Lorraine Daw paced the win- ners with a three-run homer while Kay Sapsf ord did the same for the losers. Meanwhile in Commercial Men's Slow Pitch League play, Silverwood Dairies Hawks belt- ed the Lethbridge Gas Company Flames 12-1. Fred Guenther was credited with tbe win while Bob Cos- tanzo was tagged with the loss. Ted Buzunis rapped a three- run home run for the winners. Western Truck and Body Sleepers hit tfie win column by dropping Coaldale Ober's Esso Oilers 12-9. Winning pitcher Doug Ir- vine bested Jim Fraser on ttat mound. Larry Veres led the Hawks with a home run. 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