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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thunday, July 6, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD f INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PITCHERS Pat Gillick, right and Epi Geur- erro of the Houslon Astros give port of the one-day Astros' baseball clinic, o quick poinler on gripping o baseball the correct "way. Gillick and his partner conducted a one-day camp ol Henderson Wednesday morning and afternoon. It was the second such camp for locals spon- sored by the Astros. They held one this time last year. Boston pitchers hot of late Durocher uses psychological warfare By THE ASSOCIATED "everybody" meant opener of their Iwi-nighl "I didn't give a damn il he ever turned in the Atlanta Braves pitcher Pliil Niekro said Chicago manager Leo DurocHer. "The Cubs had o come up there sooner the sports writers and the 10.324 fans who, up unLil the last moment, were kept from seeing the Cubs' lineup. When Ron Scheuler o! Atlanta got a look at it, he liked what Niekro spaced his hils more evenly, yielding six of them but t holding on for a 3-2 victory, over Chicago in the second game. Elsewhere in the National for seven innings. Pittsburgh Pirates de- Durocher, still steaming Niekro got his shot at it, he enjoyed the view for the Houston Astros 6-4 and Los Angeles Dodgers mauled a rainout Tuesday night Expos 7-3. San Diego cost his Cubs a shot at a victory over the Braves, took out his wrath against everybody in had a no-hitter going for 5 2-3 Innings and a three-hit shutout for seven. But a game egainst the Mete in New York and San Francisco Giants' at Philadelphia were reined out. Cincinnati and St. lanta Stadium Wednesday with a bit of psychological outburst in the eighth inning gave the Cubs a 4-1 victory were not scheduled. RUN FORCED IN Scheuler gave up a pair SOUTHERN singles to the Cubs at the start of the eighth inning of first game, Joe SUMMER o e r n e r took over on the mound. He struck out the first he faced, then hit the TENNIS ELIMINATION July next one and walked pinch-hitler Jim Hickman to force over Location: Lethbridge Tennis tying run. Age Groups: 14 ond under 18 and under Open 19 to Santo then grounded to Senior 40 and Over (ages as of January 1st, Evans but the third Eventsi Singles Doubles Mixed throw home was wild FEE: SOc AN two runs scored. Carman HORSE SHOE Date: July run-scoring single capped the uprising that gave Location: Indian Battle Ferguson Jenkins his Age Groups: 13 yr. and 1 6 yr. and under 35 victory. It was his 14th ond under Senior (35 ond game of the season. Eventsi Singles Doubles Mixed Lum's solo home run in FEE: SOc AN fifth inning of the second SPECIAL gave the Braves a 3-0 5TEUIML e a d a n d the run Niekro Age Groups: 50 yeori and to post his eighth Events: Men's and Ladies' 18 holn medal Ha yielded an un- Those wishing to compete Golf at the run in the eighth inning Alberta Summer Games in Bow Island moy register Billy W i 1 1 i a m s' leadoff names at 1he City Hall his 16th, in the ninth. FEE: Pirates, leading the East Further information may from the opened a lead over the Mets while the Gomes Offics In the City fell a game back of PHONE Cincinnati in the Meanwhile Lee Stange, who spent four American League seasons pitching for the Boston Red Sox in cozy Fenway Park with the friendliest left field wall in all of baseball, laughed out loud. Stange, now the Red Sox1 pitching coach, was watching reporters and club officials scurry through reran! books after Marty Pattin's five-hitter beat Minnesota Twins 2-0 Wednesday night and gave Bos- ton hurlers five straight com- plete games. "Forget about looking It advised Stange, who has seen his share of pitchers eaten alive by the close-in left field wall they call the Green Monster at Fenway. "It probably never happened before. Not In this ball park anyway." The Hed Sox have forgotten about their bullpen since last Saturday. Since then, they've started five different pitchers and received five straight com- plete-game victories, which is about as good ss a pitching staff can do. Certainly as good as any staff Stange remembers can do. PattLn's victory was the sec- ond consecutive shutout in the string, following Lynn Me- Glothen's three-hitter against the Twins Tuesday. The other route-going efforts in the string telong to Ray Gulp, John Curtis and Luis Tiant. And all the while, the Green Monster in left field starves. Elsewhere in the American League Wednesday, Baltimore Orioles blanked Chicago White Sox 1-0, Kansas City Royals trimmed Detroit Tigers 8-2, New York Yankees downed Oakland Athletics 4-1 and Cali- fornia Angels nipped Milwaukee Brewers 1-0. Texas at Cleveland was rained out. U.S. Open replay Smith takes on Kodes LONDON (LTeuLer) Top- seeded Stan Smilh ol [he United Slates meets filth-seeded Jan Kodes of Czechoslovakia in the men's singles tennis semi-finals at Wimbledon today in a repeat of last year's U.S. Open final won by Smith in four hard- fought sets. The tall, 25-year-old Smith, with his big serve and-volley games, is an exponent of grass court play, whereas the other three semi-finalists, all from Europe, are acknowledged clay court specialists. The other semi-final brings to- gether second favorite Hie Has- tase, the brilliant Romanian stroke player, and Spanisli left- hander Manuel Oracles, the No. 3 seed. For the first time in many years Australia, which had mo- nopolized the men's title since 1966, was not represented at this the absence of their professional stars. SmiLh does not share the claim that his European rivals aic purely hard-court experts. Kodes and Orantes are good players on all sur- Smith said. "You can't really say they are just clay court specialists. Some are a lit- tle better than others, but all these guys are pretty good on the grass stuff. "Kodes was lough at Forest Hills. He always says he can't play on grass and then he goes out and heats all the players. He's going to be very tough. He has a good return of service and is a very good competitor." Kodes, who never has before got beyond Wimbledon's second round in seven visits, thinks Smilh has a slight edge because the American will be playing on his favorite surface. "I've at last found what to do on he said. "I'm Im- proving, but I still have trou- bles." Kodes twice has beaten Smith on indoor courLs and if he can do that on grass today he will be the first player from Czecho- slovakia to reach the men's final since Jaroslav Drobny won in 1954 But Smith must be fa- vored with histremendoui power game. You cantata a WHITE HORSE anywhere CONTENTS 2.5 OUNCES DITIILIID, ILOMD HD KHTLDI IN JOHWD Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland _. BERT {.MAC'S RADIO T.V. LTD. MID-SUMMER CLEARANCE! 12" AND 16" FANS ADMIRAL AIR CONDITIONER TOSHIBA AUTOMATIC WASHER EUREKA VACUUM CLEANER TOSHIBA ELECTRONIC OVEN 8 TRACK STEREO CARTRIDGES ADMIRAL TRANSISTOR RADIO C-60 CASSETTE TAPES PHILIPS PORTABLE CASSETTE PLAYER DIGITAL CLOCK RADIO AM-FM COMPONENT RADIO Complete PANASONIC D TRACK AMPLIFIER With speaker. 10.00 .............179.95 199.95 79.95 559.95 .........5.95 .............6.95 2 for1.50 19.95 44.95 ............199.00 ............150.00 ACS B TRACK AMPLIFIER _ With ipeaker. 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