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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta t Thurwty, July 5, 1973 THE HEftAlD ,7 Trap play is right A horde of Winnipeg Blue Bombers zero in on Art Cantrelle, a running back wth the Ottawa Rough Riders, Wednesday night in a Canadian Football League exhibition game in Ottawa as the teams battled to a 10-10 draw. Ottawa's Jerry Organ created the stalemate with a field goal with three, seconds left in the game. Montreal rallies from 5-0 deficit Expos must love playing By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For a while, it appeared that York Mets of the National League were going from the ri- diculous to the sublime. As it turned out, they went from the ridiculous to the ridic- ulous. You would have thought the Met relievers had shaken all the bad pitches out of their overworked arms Tuesday night when Montreal Expos broke a club record with 21 hits en route to a 19-8 rout. And you would have thought that, with Tom Seaver starting Wednesday night, the bullpen was going to get some relief of its own. Wrong on both counts. For five innings, Seaver held Montreal batters hitkss. And for seven he held them rimless, coasting along with a 5-0 lead. But in the eighth, the Expos drove Seaver from the mound and once again Mets' manager Yogi Berra waved hopefully to the bullpen. As it turned out, Buzz Capra was the sacrificial Iamb. He of- fered a pitch that Ron Woods demolished, sending it over the left field fence for a three-run homer that capped a seven-run inning and lifted the Expos to a 7-5 victory. In other National League games, Houston Astros swept a doubteheader from. Atlanta Braves 11-4 and 32-8, St. Louis Cards pommeled Pittsburgh Pi- rates 11-3, Chicago Cubs edged Philadelphia Phillies 3-2 in 10 innings, San Diego Padres downed Los Angeles Dodgers 4- 2 and San Francisco Giants whipped Cincinnati Reds 6-2. "Our bullpen has hurt us this Berra. said in an under- statement. George Theodore's three-run homer and sob shots by Willie Mays and Duffy Dyer had seemingly given Seaver all the ammunition he needed. But in the seventh, the Expos got to him for four quick runs, two of them on the last pitch he made, a two-run single by Bob Bailey. In came Capra. After Tim Fon singled, he got an out, the second of the inning. Up came Yankees drop doubleheader Twins high on Ed Bane By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Minnesota Twins spent to sign Ed Bane has pro- vided instant results at the box appears to be a good investment on toe playing field, too. Although Kansas City Royals rallied for four TOSS in fte ninth inning and beat the Twins 5-4 in Transmission Oil Coolers Protect Your Car While Pulling a Trailer Compact Ib. Capacity Cooler by Betan 39? pto CONTACT ELDORADO CHINOOK TRAILER SALES TRAILER SALES 2910 AVt S. Srii AVt mi Slh ST. S. 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Elsewhere Boston Bed Sox swept a doubleheader from New York Yankees 2-1 and 1-0; Chi- cago White Sox swept a pair from Texas Bangers 2-0 and 6- 2; Baltimore Orioles won the Lakers in at Lacombe IAOOMBE, Mta. Names of three of the eight teams that wffl participate in the 24th annual baseball tour- nament iouuwHCd by the Lions Club nere released today. K am loops Okonots, Leth- bridge Lakers and Saskatoon Commodores will be aibong for prize money and the Fred Stewart Trophy dating the Umimnnil July 25-36. Names of the re- maining five teams win be re- leased later tins week. completion of a suspended game 64 over Milwaukee in 10 innings, then outscored the Brewers 10-7 in Wednesday's regular game; Cleveland In- dians defeated Detroit Tigers 5- 2, and California Angels beat Oakland Athletics 3-1. Bane had compiled a 41-4 record in three years at Arizona a 15-1 mark this struck out 534 batters, most ever by a colle- gian. Minnesota rallied for three runs in the eighth, two on Joe Lis' homer, but Kansas City re- sponded with four runs in the top of the ninth, including a tie- breaking, two-run single by Cookie Rojas. A Minnesota rally in the bottom of the ninth fell one run short. Hie Bed Sox took advantage of two Yankee errors in the ninth inning to score two unearned runs. The big play came with the bases loaded and one out. Carl- ton Fisk hit a grounder back of third base, which Graig Nettles fielded and fired to second, forcing pinch runner Tommy Harper. But the tying run scored when second baseman Bemie Allen's relay throw to first was too late to get Fisk. Carl Yastrzemski, who started out on second, sever stopped running. First baseman Bon Bknnberg's throw to the plate was wild and Yaz scored the winning run. In the second game, Rogelio only bis second start of the a six- hitter, fie got the only run be needed in the fifth when Rick Miller walked, stole second and scored on a single by Yastr- remskL Both the White Sox'' victories came on four hitters, Jun Ged- des and Cy Acosta combining in the first game and Bart John- son and Terry Forster collabo- rating in the nightcap. Woods, batting for pitcher Joe Gilbert. "I saw Capra pitching the other day against Boots and all he threw were the pinch-hitter recalled. He figured he'd get a curve. He figured right. Woods said he'd also figured ahead of time that manager Gsne MancA might use him as a pinch-hitter in such an impor- tant spot. "I was thinking of this and getting myself in the right frame cf micd to go up he said. "It's tough to come off the bench and hit like that. BULLPENS BAKED The bullpens took a pretty good beating elsewhere, too. Houston unleashed 30 hits in its sweep cf the Braves. Doug Ra- dar and Tommie Agee each had a pair cf homers in the twinbill and, in the second game, Lee May had a grand-slam off Danny Frisella to cap the As- trcs five-run eighth. The Cardinals scored eight runs in the fourth inning against the Pirates, two apiece on singles by Ted Sizemore and Ken Reitz. Del Unser gave Philadelphia a short-lived lead in the top of the 10th against Chicago with a run-scoring double. In the bot- tom of the inning, Billy Wilson came out of the Phils' bullpen to try to protect it. No such luck. Glenn Beckert singled and, one out later, Ron Santo hit his llth homer of the season for the Cubs, maintaining tfaeir game lead over runner-up SL Lcvis ia the 'East Division. Rich Troedson won his fourth game without a less and singled home a run Dave Roberts homersd for the Padres, send- ing Los Angeles to its fourth strekbt hs? asfl cutting the Dodgers" West Division lead over San Francisco to ZMz games. Gary Thomasson, a southpaw swinger for the Giants, tripled ?o fe gnm? afriiHl the Reds, then scored on Dave Ra- ter's lvs ?rev hits in a four-run seventh inning. INDIANS GET LOAN CLEVELAND CAP) Cleve- land Indians have taken oat a million loan at the insist- ance of Ihe American League, it was learned Wednesday. Nick Mlleti. who beads group which tratis Ihe learn, was not available for comment. It is be- lieved that a portion of the loan has been used to make a pay- ment to Verncm Slouffcr, who the club in ivn. It was a good and bad night, for CFL rookies By THE CANADIAN PRESS Bookie quarterbacks were ev- erywhere, with mixed results, in three Canadian Football League exhibition games Wednesday night as the pre-sea- son scramble for jobs wanned up. At Hamilton, three rookie sig- nal-callers plus sophomore Chuck Ealey combined to direct the defending Grey Cup Cham- over Toronto Argonauts 21-7. Rookie Frank DiMaggio started Ottawa Rough Riders off with a second-quarter touch- down drive but the Riders needed Gerry Organ's viz field goal to salvage a 10-10 tie with Winnipeg Blue Bombers in Ottawa. And in Calgary, rookie Karl Douglas failed to generate any scoring for British Columbia and it was left for veteran Don Moorhead to rally the Lions to a J6-15 win over the Stampeders with two fourth-quarter touch- down drives. The display or quarterback talent at Hamilton left Heats coach Jerry Williams with per- haTs a tougher decision than before the game after all three of his rookies turned in impres- sive performances. SET UP KICKS BUI Etter, from Notre Dame, started the Ticat offence with two scoring drives. The first was a 44-yard field goal by rookie import kicker Bob Maco- ritti and the second a single by Macoritti on a wide field, goal attempt. Ealey directed a third-quarter Ticat drive that ended with a five-yard scoring run by Andy Hookins and then rookie Jim Ettinger, from Kansas Univer- sity, directed another scoring drive, providing the touchdown with a one-yard quarterback keeper. Finally, Alex Lockington from Hamilton's McMaster Univer- sity, directed the Ticats in the final quarter, setting up another field goal. Macoritti also pro- vided two converts. Veteran Joe Theismann took Argos to- their only touchdown in the second quarter, a four- yard scoring run by Leon McQuav, converted by Ivan MacMillan. And the Argos, also brought out rookie quarterback Mike Rae from University of Southern California, but he failed to get the team moving, as did vet- eran Wally Gabler who played most cf the second half. At Ottawa, Organ kicked the tying field eoal from 22 yards after the Blue Bombers had gone ahead on a 40-yard touch- down pass from backup quar- terback Tom Pharr to Charlie Collins. Quarterback Don Jonas kicked the Bombers' extra point and provided a 34-yard field goal in the second quarter. Organ converted Ottawa's touchdown which came on an 11-yard pass from DiMaggio to flanker Billy Cooper. At Calgary, rookie quarter- back Gary Dasiclscn from Pur- due University moved the Cow- boys 47 yards for a three-yard plunge by Rudy Linterman after backup quarterback Jim Lindsey had directed the first scoring drive for a two-yard touchdown by halfback Bill Taylor. Larry Robinson kicked the Calgary converts and Don Moulton booted a 41-yard single. The Lions were trailing 15-2 going into the final quarter when Moorhead took over to set up a three-yard scoring run by rookie back Tim Sullivan and a two-yard plunge by Johnny Musso. Ted Gerela converted one touchdown and booted three singles. The next pre-season action has Montreal Alouettes visiting Edmonton Eskimos Friday. Athletics fail to hold lead Lethbridge Hotel North Stars came back from 'a six-run def- icit after two innings of play and went on to outlast Labor Club Athletics 15-11 in South- ern Alberta Major Men's Fast- ball League action Wednesday nisht. The Athletics held a 9-3 mar- gin after two complete innings but the North Stars stormed back with a three-run rally in the fourth inning and another four in the fifth to secure the victory. Dennis Hydychuk earned the mound decision after relieving Ron Zasadny in the second frame wMle Ed Carpenter went the distance In suffering the Mitch Mychasiuk led the North Stars at the plate with two home runs a double while Tom Bersnak added a pair of triples and a single. Tom Seaman also chipped in with a home run and a single while Ken InzeosM followed with a triple and a brace of singles. Carpenter aided his own cause with a home run and a double and Terry Rhodes poked out a double and single. Meanwhile in the second game of the evening, the Leth- bridge Generals' four-run lead after the top of the first inning Bowes nets winning goal Wayne Bowes scored with 14 seconds remaining on the clock and lifted the Taber Ebony awks-to an 8-7-victory wee the visiting Calgary Royals in Southern Alberta Major La- crosse League action Wednes- day night. The Royals held a slim 2-1 edge after the opening period but the Hawks battled back to even the score 4-4 at the end of the second. Bowes, who led the winners with his game-whining marker, shared the Hawks' offensive outing with Neil Goruk scor- ing two goals each while Ken Gregus, Dave Smifh, Roger McAdam and Gary'Scovil add- ed singles. Alex MacKenae tallied twice for the visitors, who picked up six of 11 minor penalties and the only game misconduct. HONDA Honda 750 c.c. 4 Cylinder Tn0 No. 1 in North Anwrtco in tho oejovy weight doss. SOI CH Regular NOW.......... fc Honda 350 Honda Scrambler Scrambler 70 5 speed and electric start. 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