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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta fireworks with Giants ANDY CAPP Jlv T1I IAS Angeles Dodgers provided SundaVs July 4 "reworks in tte form of a 10-run.cighth-inmng explosion that buried San I'lan- cisco Giants 14-4 and trimmed their mice-huge lead in the tiotval league West Division to games. i The Dodgers made 1 panics in June as the (iianls only 13 of 2H games and they've won all four games this month to the Giants' 2-2, chop- ping away two more full Elsewhere, Chicago Cubs ral- I lied five runs in the eighth inning and beat Pittsburgh Pir- 9-7, Atlanta Braves blanked IVL-W York Mcts 2-0, St. Loius Cardinals edged San Diego Padres 3-2, Houston Astros trounced Cincinnati Reds 6-1 and Philadelphia Philhes downed Montreal Expos 10-6. Saturday it was Chicago 3, Pittsburgh i: Atlanta 7, Ivew York 1: San Francisco ID. St. iis I: Philadelphia 6, Mom- real 3' Houston 4, Cincinnati 3; Us Ar.gclcs 1. San Diego 0. Managers Walter Alston of Ihc Dodgers and Charlie Fox of the Giants disagreed on the im- portance of today's second and final game of the scries. "II just counts as one game in Ihc Alston said after Sunday's big explosion. "If we were going for the pen- nant tomorrow, this would be a big one." Fox however, described to- day's San Francis- co's Gaytord Perry opposing Miners lose first game Junior Miners are no longer unbeaten in the Southern Al- unea berta Senior Baseball League. _ _______ 1 Medicine Hat and were drop- ped 8-6 in the first game of a twin-bill. It didn't take the Miners long lo gel back on the winning side of the ledger as they trounced the host Chi- nooks 12-2 in the second game Randy Maxwell slarled the the combination of Rocky and father but gave way lo o a in Ihe bottom o he fifth inning. The loss went to Taylor after he fanned four and gave up four hits. Maxwell was responsible for the first four Gas City runs The win went to Harold Hun- chuk despite giving up 12 hits while striking out six. Tim Negrello held a hoi bat for the Miners as he went five- all singles, in a losing Taylor chipped in with two singles. Al Marshall pounded out a double and two singles for the Don a big one. "It makes no difference whether you lose 14-4 or 3-1, he said. "There's no doubt about it, we've got to split. If we win to- morrow, we'll be back where we started." The Dodgers trailed 4-3 when they went on their scoring spree in the eighth. The Cubs pulled within eight games of the pace-setting Pir- ates in the East-tbe Mcts are our coming from be- hind after Pittsburgh broke a ie with three runs in the top ot Bases-loaded walks to Brock Davis and Paul Popovich made t 7-6 and Don Kessinger s two- run single nudged the Cubs in front. Glenn Beckert then sin- gled home an insurance run. The Mets' losing streak reached four games when Atlan- ta's Phil Niekro scattered nine hi'.s and four walks in outduell- WHAT WAS TObAf'S VERY BUSINESS. Chinooks while Eick Kiggins came up with a triple and a double. Randy off Ihe' Chinooks in Ihe second aiiu iwf ing Tom Seaver. Hank Aaron homered in Ihe fourth, his 23rd otfte season and 615th lifeltaie, or the Braves' first run. Rookie Ken Forsch won his ourth straight game with a six-hitter and Joe Morgan had three hits, including his home run. in leading the Astros over 'he Reds. Dal'Maxvill doubled home Ihe second of two St. Louis runs in the second inning and doubled again to set up the winning run ut the seventh as the Cards squeaked by the Padres. Don Money and Denny Doyle smashed two-run doubles and ELRICH TIRE SPORT SCORES with seven With five of the eight rodeos completed on Ihe Southern Cir- cuit Lynn Jensen of Cardston is v game w strokeouts i while allowing just seven hits. 'Tom Deis was the loser. He threw the third strike past 10 Miners but gave up 12 hits. Doug Yorgason slroked a home run and a single for Ihe Miners, Wolsloncroft aided his CIML ijylui ijciiiiv." leading the race for all around honors with a big lead over second place holder, Tom Bews The Mandeville family u making its presence felt on the circuit. Harold leads the steel wrestling event while daughter Vicky has taken over the lead i >Y in the ladies barrel racing. Thb races for saddle bronc and bareback bronc riding hon- ors are very close with Darryl Kong holding a slim lead in the saddle event. Dale Trotter ners, own efforts with three singles. Riggins came up with two sin- gles for the Chinooks. smasneu Larry Bow-a laced a two-run sin- gle as the PhiUies broke a tie Sh six runs in the eighth and downed the Expos. Willie Mon- homered for the winners while Montreal's Kusty Slaub had a homer, double and two upset stomach keot Carl YastTewmski out ot Bed SoX lineup Sun day, bul his replacement Joe Lahoud, gave New York Yank ineinnali an Diego ODAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh Blass Im Simpson (1-1) cs a Impressive Donoliue Sports of all sorts DENIES REPORTS CLEVELAND (API Short, owner of the financially oDU' "i u'" troubled Washington base- ball team, denied Sunday a pub- lished report that American League owners have agreed to let the Senators move to Dallas. "I don't know anything about Short said here. Washington Post sportswriler Shirley Povich wrote Sunday that Short had secured al least nine pro-Dallas votes from tne other 11 club owners at a meet- ing in Detroit last week. Povich said only Jerald Hoff- berger, owner of Baltimore Ori- oles was against the move. New York Yankees arc unde- cided. GREYHOUND SELECTED _ Bobj GOSHEN, N.Y. (AP) Grey- hound has been selected the hound nas uecu Dvn.v-t-" outstanding trotter of the cen- tury and Bret Hanover tire top pacer in a membership poll of RETAINS TITLE SANTA MONICA, Calif. (API Dupree of New York won a close but unanimous 12- round decision over Ray (Wind- mill) White of Ventura, Calif., and retained his North Ameri- can light cham e sa is on top in the bareback event. Arne Johnson has a comfor- table lead in the calf roping as docs Rocky Rockabar m the bull riding. The standings are figured on a points basis, with a rodeo being worth so many points, depending on the number of days it runs. Bailey, Smythe crash Sunday Minn. (AP) OVERCOMES LEAD HENLEY-ON-Thamcs, E n g- land (CP1 World champion Alberto Demiddi of Argentina spotted Jim Dietz an early lead but powered past the American at the mile post Saturday to win the Diamond Challenge sculls at the Henley Royal Regatta. The 27-year-old Demiddi cov- ered the o n e -m i 1 e 550-yard Thames River course in eight minutes and eight seconds to finish 2 1-3 lengths ahead of Dietz. Wayne Bailey of Lelhbridge and Brian Smythe of Card- ston collided before 2.000 Southern Alberta Auto Racing spectators at the Exhibition Speedway Sunday night. Driving in the second V-8 Sportsman race of the evening drivers somehow got together in the south corner 'unable to prevent the accident. Smythe's car received the most damage with its front end pushed in. Meanwhile Len Vaselcnak had his car 54 in top shape as he cruised to two V-8 victories. V.iselcnak took home the V-8 i main event along with a heat The smoothest taste in town -Schenlei) SPECIAL RESERVE CANADIAN WHISKY dash giving himself 15V4 points lo add onlo his lead in Ihe poinl standings. In the "C" class Wax Oerth of Lethbridge earned 17VH points during the evening with two wins. Oertli finished first in the "C'' main and a heat dash ev- ent. Fred Deuschel climbed up in the "B" class point standings as he racked up HVi points and added a "B" main event vic- tory to his total last night. Earlier in the evening Alber- ta Tschritter, George Barring- ton and Ron Boycc all added a speed dash trophy to their col- lection with victories in llmr respective classes. Tschritter picked up the "C class speed dash while Ear- rinRlon took part in the "B" and Boyce in Ihe V-8 Sports- man. Meanwhile single victories during the evening went to Ron Hayncs "C" heat, Eugene Dick "C" heat, Tom Ayerharl V-8 heat, Dave Stilgoe "B" heat and Jack Roberts "B" lieal. In the featured go-cart race; Shawnan Irvine of Tabcr mi all other 12 and under competitors and picked up th- coveted checkered flag. .Second place went, to Roi FoiJiidel while third place wa won by Bill Boyce. Gary Petite was Uin wiraic In the Calgary go-car event. 1 Lynn Jensen, Cardston 2 Tom Bews, Pekisko Saddle Bronc Ridms 1. Durryl Kong, Australia 2 Rocky Rockabar, Medicine Hal 3 Doug Void, DeWlnlon A Bart Brower, Chase, 5. DeLynn 1 Rocky Rockabar, Medicine Hat 7 Jack Keltey, Montana 3. Ben Reynolds, Montana 4. Rocky Hubley, Ft. St. John 5 Dale Rose, Medicine Hat Bareback Bronc l. Dale Trotter, B.C. 2 Lynn Jensen, Carrtslon 3 Altan Thorpe, St. Albert A. Steve Looney, Mw'ana 5. Malcolm Jones, Lethbridge Steer Wrestling 1 Harold Mandeville, Lctri. 1 jack Sullvan, U.S........... 3 Wes Zleffle, Monitor A. Chuck Boatwrighl, Wash 5 Arnold Haraga. Skitf....... Calf Roping 1 Amr Jrhnscn. Arnold Haraga, Skiff...... 3 Terry Reiter, Albertfl... d' Jim Marsh, VauxHall S. Barry Edge. Cochranc Barrel Race l Vicky Mnndeville, Leth. Gerald'mc McLaughlin...... 3'. Incjrid Hewitf............. 4 Julie Thoerson 5. Julie Chase.............. Mark Donohue completed an in credible weekend of auto racing by guiding his Sunoco Javelin AMX to victory in the Trans American sedan race at Donny brooke Track Sunday. The 34-year-old Media, Pa driver finished first in th Schaofer 500 at Pocono, Pa Saturday, winning the process. Then he hopped aboard team Wanked pain in. the neck- >5 a pam tahoud played left field and ounded a pair of homers tha cd the Red Sox to a 74 victory vcr the Yankees. The victory kept Bosto rithin 3% games d Baltimor Orioles in the America League's East Division. The Orioles used Mike Cue ar's six-hitter to top Detroit 3- umbling the Tigers Ett game. Flsewhere Sunday, ton Senators whacked Cleveland Indians 9-4, Chicago White Sox shut out Kansas City Royals 1-0, Milwaukee Brewers blanked Minnesola Twins 4-fl and OaK- Athletics shaded California Angels 2-1 for Vida Blue's 17th at Chicago SS.'Sr (Ml .ncI at New York Ryan (8-4) Sadecki (M) Philadelphia Champion (0-u al anta Kellsy (3-31 N SUNDAY'S RESULTS Philadelphia Montreal 1JO 060-10 11 101 8 ,cr; McAnally, Raymond (1-6) Reed (8) and Bateman. HR: "Sao" Ailwaukes TODAY'S GAMES New York Slottlemyre CJ-7) Bos- 'perry City Dal Canton (7-3) and Hooker (0-S Oakland Hunter Cll-H California "or otlbrelh Cl-0) SUNDAY'S RESULTS YorK Boston 403 000 7 10 1 Kline Hardln (2) Waslewskl (t) Kekich 16) Aker (7) and Gibbs; Lonborg, Les (6-2) (3) Lyle 191 and Montgomery. HRs: Bos-Kennedy (3) Cloninger (7) and Bench? Forsch (5-1) and Hlalt. HR: Ange'lei San Francisco 001 300- 4 60 Osteen, Brewer (7) Mikkelscn 6-3 m and Sims; Maricha] Johnson (Ml 8, Hamilton (B) Carrithers (8) Rob- ertson (9) and Dietz. HRs: LA-Allen Lefebvre IB) yen. os (9-7) Didier; Seaver (10-4) Frlsella (7) and Grote. HR, Washington nipped Then he hopped auoara learn Wanked Kansas wty manager Roge Penske's jet for downed California o-i. "S, CulstI JIBI ..-ri i rran, nnd May, Sanquillen riTveTa'nd 4-3, Mimesota Bonharr, (6) Decker is) bounced Milwaukee 7-1, BalU nTe drubbed Detroit 8-1 New York edged Boston 24 Ctac go Kansas City John Kennedy aan "Newman (9) and Can- man SATURDAY Pillsburgh 1 Chicago 3 Atlanta 7 New York 1 st Louis 1 San Francisco 10 Philadelphia 6 Montreal 3 Cincinnati 3 Houston 1 Los Angeles 1 San Diego 0 LEASUE LEADERS __ R H 50 116 .361 52 116 .354 47 103 .346 59 109 .339 45 94 .333 M 114 .330 31 75 .328 48 84 .31 fl 50 84 .317 15 64 .315 Wood (8-4) and Hermann: Hedlund 17.5) Burgmeier (9) and Kirkpalrlck Bollmor. 001 000-J 6 Detroit 000 Ml 1 6 1 and Hondrlcks; Co e- Mhni'soVa 000 000 005- 0 6 1 Milwaukee 001 4 81 Luebber (0-1) Hall (5) Corbln (71 and Mitierwald; Slalon (4-1) snd Rod- rlguei. HR: Mil-May Oakland Oil 000 019-i 5 1 Broterg ci-2) and BIMtngJ; Dun- nina (4-6) Hennigan (7) Farmer and Fosse. HRs: Wash-Howard (12) Unser (4) Randle SATURDAY Washinglon 4 Cleveland 3 Minnesota 7 Milwaukee 1 Baltimore 8 Detroit 1 Chicago 1 Kansas Cily 0 New York 2 Boston l Oakland 5 Calilornla 3 LEAOUE LEADERS AB 351 32B 322 282 203 Stargelt, Seven hours later, uuuui.uei Lalwid, JOiin grablred the pole in a morning George Scott all hit first-inning qualification ran and 27 hours ]s as tnc Red Sox jumped after taking the checkered flag ln New York starter Steve at Pocora, he took another here ffli for a quick 4-0 lead. New York chopped three rf those runs away but Boston took ?hp Donohue's scored nine three more runs in I staroeit, Pgh points for American Motors in Ulird] of them on La- the manufacturers champion- second homer, ship series for "pony and Yastrzemski, in a prolonged pushed Javelin past Mustang Llump booed by Boston fans after five of the 11 events this Satarday night, missed only his year. second game all year. The Red lavelin now has 37 points denied a report tne out- miernationai while Mustang has 34, coiinling had been finfjff56 TiST four points scored by the third- o[ fe reactions to the booing. cnarieslon M winmoe, place finisher, Tony DeLorenzo. won his 10th straight j Peter Revson, in one of tne game mn his record Ir two American Tlacing Asso-1 Oliva, Min Murcer, NY Kaline, Det Butord, Bal Roias, KC D. May, Mil Oils, KC Reichardt, Ch Rettenmund, 'Ittsburgh Stargell, Pgh J Alou, Hou Home runs: Aaron, Atlanta, 23. mn batted in: Slargetl H. Aaron, Atlanta, 63 Pitching 9 decisions: Gullelt, Cincin- nati, 9-2. .818; Ellis, Pittsburgh, 13-3, .813. 270 m 270 236 271 760 2J1 2.12 209 227 R H Pel a9 101 .37 'I 83 .339 in 70 .318 .318 85 .31 1 79 .3IW 88 .307 73 .302 63 .301 48 .300 Is Brisson n or out? Powell -wMawfn-..... Very proudly Canadian A prestige product of Canadian Schcnley Distilleries Lid. 25 OAUON GtASS LINED WATER HEATERS Only 79.95 Phone JACK FUllER 328-2515 Inilolleri ovollobU claims' and was the only driver on the same lap with Donohue at the -over, IIIUIIB end. The official margin of vie- 'g{ the twc-run shot in lory was 85.1 seconds on Donny- [jrst. inning, brooke's three-mile course. rookic Pete Broberg Donohue's time for the 210- Ms first major league mile event was 2 hours, 8 mm- victory as Washington ripped utes and 59.6 seconds. He aver- clcvcia a a Phoenix 4 Tucson 3 Tacoma 8 Eugene 7 Spokane 9 Portland Eastern Leagui Manchester 8 Elmira 2 Reading 1 Pawtucket 1 Plltslield 2 TroK-Rivieres 0 F Robinson, Bal Home runs: Melton, Chicago. Ollva AAInnesota, 16; Cash, "kuns balled In: Killebrew, Minne- sota, 56; J. Powell, Ballirnore. 54 Pitching 9 decisions: Cuellar, Bain- more, 12-1, .923) Blue, Oakland, 17-3, .850. MINOR BASEBALL SATURDAY miernationai League Syracuse 3-0 Tidewater 2-4......... Toldeo 3 Richmond 0 Rochester 5 Louisville fl Charleston 4 Winn.peg 0 Eastern League Trols-Rlvieres 13-4 Pltlslield 3-2 Pawtuckel 5 Reading 4 Ouebec 9-3 Waterbury 3-2 Manchesler 6 Elmira 3 Pacific coast League Spokane 10-2 Portland 7-6 Tucson 6 Phoenix 5 Eugene 5 Tacoma 1 Salt Lake t Hawaii 3 aged 97.5 miles an tour BRANDOM (Cn ilous, former coach ot ous, aeo Black Hawks of the Na- onal Hockey league said unday night he will lake over ho reins as coach and eneral manager of the Bran- on Wheat Kings of the West- rn Canada Hockey League. Pilous, hired by the Brandon lub June 18 as an executive manager, a position created es- pecially for him, said he met vilh Gerry Brisson, last year s coach and general manager during the weekend and "as- sured Gerry that he did not fit n my plans of jockey opera- Jon in Brandon." Pilous said Brisson has been relieved of his duties and his contract severed. Brisson, hired last year and signed in a two-year contract. said Sunday night as far as he Stewart wins French Prix LE CASTLELLET, France (AP) Flying Jackie Stewart, Scol, easily won the the r ivI'll, French Grand Prix Sir.iday to take a dominant lead for the 1971 world driving champion- ship. The 32-year-old 1969 champion led from start, to finish. His young French teammate, Francois Overt, made it a 1-2 triumph for British millionaire Ken tyrrcll, in a Tyrrell-Ford- Coswoflh V-B. Elncrson Fillipaldi of Brazil was third in his Lotus-Ford. Cleveland. Broberg, No. 1 choice in the ,lune free-agent draft, went the distance in his fourth major league start and gol home run help from Frank Howard, Del Unser and Lenny Handle. Wilbur Wood's four-hitter gave Chicago its second straight 1-0 decision over Kansas City. Carlos May drove in the white Sox' only run with a fourth-in- ning single. The shutout ex- tended Kansas City's scoreless string to 24 innings. Rookic Jim Slaton pitched the Milwaukee second in a row-shackling Minnesola on six hits. Dave May cracked a two-run homer for the Brewers. Blue, (lie v.mningest pitcher concerned still cm- s conce ployed by the Brandon Wheat Kings as coach and manager and will continue to work for the Rood of the hookey team." Cliih president Bmcc Kent wns out of town mid not avail- able for comment. IjllIC, V, in the majors, scattered nine hits, struck oul seven and didn'l walk a batter in hurling his 17l.h complete game. Joe Rudis eighth-inning homer broke a 1-1 GENERAL JUMBO 780 BELTED WHITEWALLS deadlock. F78-14-15 678-14-15 H78-14-15 29.95 31.95 34.95 WRESTLING TONIGHT! P.M. EXHIBITION AUDITORIUM THORNTON vs MOROWSKI 5 BIG BOUTS ELRICH TIRE LTD, COMPLETE TIRE SALES 4 SERVICE 401 AVI SmiHt Phon. or JJ7-W45 ;